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? Area Christian Church of Mankato I 18 ,% Commercial Mankato. Kan. 785-378-3707 Sunday School .......... 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship .... 10:30 a.n~. Thaddeus J. [linMe. Minister 785-378-3938 Northbraneh Ih-lends Church IKellneth BmtttlL pastor Phone 785-647-8841 Saaday Sunday School .............. I0 a.m Worship ......................... I I a.m. Located eight miles north of Burr Oak and two miles west. "lt't~m ~lte Sen .~m~ ~" Church E. Hwy 36 M'ankato 785-378-3655 ' ~eolin Taylor, I)ash)1 10a.m. II a.m. ,. ..................... 7p.m. Wednesday Discipleship Training ......6 p.m. Olive Hill Church David Watters Sunday Sunday School .... 9:30 a.m. Worship ............ 10:30 a.m. Located five miles South and two miles west of Superior Proe~tm|ng Christ Since 1876 Methodist Schedule~ Worship Service MankatoHarmony: Worship, 11 am. Bun. Sch., 9:.45 a,m.~ Ionia: Worship, 9:30~a.m, ~m, Sch,. 10:~10 a.m. Worship, 8:15~a,m, Sun. ~'h ,, ():.~ a.m Worship, 8:15 a,m Sun. Sch., 9:30 a.m-~ Worship, 9:30 ~m. ' Esbor~ Burr Oak: Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church 99 W. Pearl. Jewell, K~n. ~ 785-428-3540 ~m~ Wayne Feigal, Pastor t~, Wednesday Youth Group ........7 p.m. Sunday Sunday'~Sclloo!.~,~ ..... 9:30 a~m. Sunday Worship ~ce ..... :..~,...::.,...d..: IO:45 a.m. Family Bible Hour ........ 7 p.m. tt, m~t~.led with the, lrvll~ Ft~f ChtWeh d Ar~.~tc~ jeweil County Catholic Churches Sacred Heart, Esbon Saturday on first, third" and fifth weekend ..................... 6:30 p.m. c, undav on second and fourth weekend .................... 10 a,m. St. Theresa 320 N Commercial Mankato 785.378;~939' Sunday ..................................... 8 a.m. Fr. Allen Scheer, Pastor J Webber United Methodist Church Webber. Kan. Office 785-361-2664 ]Rea. 785-361-2070 Pastor Joyce Beam Sunday Worship ................... 9:30 a.m. Sunday School ...... 10:30 a.m. First and Third Wednesday Of Each Month JJ I Public Notices I (First published January 16, '2003 in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59. In the Matter of the Estate of Ethel M. Clark ~4k/a Ethel Clark, deceased Case No. 03-P-01. NOTICE OF HIEARI~G AND NOTICE TO CRI~DITOI~ The State of Kansas to all persons c~mcemed: .... You are hereby notified that on January 10, 2003, a petjtidn was filed in this court by Margaret F. Grindol,as executor named in the "Last Will and Testament of Ethel M. Clark aka Ethel Clark," deceased, dated November 10, 1994, praying the will filed with the petition be admitted to probate and record; petitioner be appointed as ex- ecutor, without bond. and petitioner be granted letters testamentary. You are required to file your writ- ten objection thereto on or before Feb- ruary 7, 2003, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. in the District Court, Mankato~ leweli County, Kansas, at which time and e dewell Trinity Umted Methodist and Montrose United Methodist Terry Mayhew, pastor Jewell Trinity Sunday School..,~ ............ :.9:15 a.m. Morning Worship ...........10:30 a.m Kids for Christ- Wednesday ........................ 3:45 p.m. Montrose Morning Worship .................. 9 a.m. Fellowship Hour .................. 10 a.m. ~. Evangelical Lutheran ~[~ Church ('d.O~!~O:2Ol South C~nter Mankato, Kan. Chttreh 785-378-3308 Res, 78B-378-3766 Steve Little. Pastor Sunday Worship ..................... 9:00 a.m. Sunday School .... : ..... 10:30 a.m. I Business Directory Klema Quality " Meats Beloit 785-73g-6427: ' State inspected clean, modern plant Custom slaughter on Wednesday i MArLy KAy Ame~a's best se/l/a# brar~ , Independent Beauty C0nsuttant 704 NW St. Mankato, Kan. 66956 > 785"378"3802 rlpayne@ruralteLnet " KEN'S BODY, WORKS Kermy & Tracy Walker~ West Highway 36, Mankato II Pierce Electronics Communicatitn Si~ecialist Electronics SaIes & Service Cellular One Two-why Business Band 785-428-3601 Jewell, Kans. Located North of Bank Gall L. Miller Title Insurance Agent Abstractor 208 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. Officer Hours 9-12 and 1-5 Monday-Friday. Phone: 785-378-3128 " lewetl FaJ~O~it 904 Broadway. Concordia Field Offices at BeloR ~'F~ Burd~m Offices 1st & 3rd Tuesday ~1-3 p.m. Mankato - 2nd & 4th Friday 1-800-783-4689 Melby Mortuary 420N. High Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3211 Steve & Terry Melby "Get-A-Tan" Tanning Salon Tan 7 days a Week Open Evenings Wolff System Taning Badl II 785-378-3802 *General Surgery M.B. Klenda. M.D. Glasco : J.W~. Sile~, M.D. Family Practice C. L Fugate, M.D, '~.~ K.G~ Kimple, M.D. C~ristlne Marozas, D.O. Nurse Practitioners 310 W. 8th Beloit, Kan. 785-738-2246 usPs 2740940 One year m I4m-'mas,..~ ..... ..... . .... ..L,,., $19,18" One ye~: in Nebraska .., ..................... $18.00 united ~ $24:50 Elsewhere in " StatUes * iadude~ Ka.mms Salu Tax Superior Publishing Company, Inc. ' " 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 111 East Main, POBox 305, Mankato, Kansas 66956 P0st~: Send addre~/~n~es to: - Telephone: 785-878-8705 Incorporatin~ the JeweU Republican FAX: 785-878-8782 and the Jewell Co~mty Post Neil 217 W. Jay Mankato, Kan. 66956 Home 785-378-3076 Mobile 785.545-6645 Shop 785-378-3689 John W. Bleecker, D.D.S. Office Hours: Mankato Tuesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-12 noon 123 N. Commercial 785-378-3103 Office Hours:BeileviHe 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Wednesday, & Thursday ;) He,, G, Street 785-527-5683 place the~us~ill be heard. Should you fail tl~ih jUdgment and decree will be e~d in due course upon the petition. / , .. All cred~tor~ are notified to exhibit their demos' -~i~ainst the estate within four lno~ fr~ the date of the first pubiicati~ofl~s notice, as provided by law, ai~d if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be fore,,er barred, Margaret F, Grindol "Petitioner Wayne W~:Grindoi P.O. Box I97 ~'~: Jewell, Ka~sas~6949 0197 785-428-~80 , Attorney f0t; Petittoner 3-3c (First published January 2J, 2003, in the Yewell Count. Record) In the District Court of Jewell County; Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of Irene Ross, Dec, eased. --Cas~03-P.02 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concemed~ You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed in said court by Joyce L. Endsley, an heir and part owner of the herein described prop- erty, asking the court to determine the heirs of the decedent and to determine the descent of the following described real property in Jewell County, Kan- sas: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), in Block Forty-four (44), in original townsite of CityofMankato; and of all other property, real and personal, and interests therein owned by the above named decedent in the State of Kansas at the time of her death, and asking the court to assign the same to the persons entitled thereto, as of the date of death of the decedent, subject to any lawful disposition thereof heretofore made. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before February 14, 2003 at 10:30 a.m. of said day in the District Court room in the courthouse in the City of Mankato, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein,judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Joyce L. Endsley, petitioner Attest: John L. Bingh~m~ (Seal) District Magistrate,Judge Weltmer Law Office P.O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansas 66956-0303 Phone: (785) 378-3172 Fax: (785) 378-3203 Attorneys for Peftioner 4-3c Mankato Mini,;Stora e Call: 785-378-33:31 785-378-3737 116 N. Center Mankato, Karl. 66956 Ba~t~Trw.h~i ~w tm ~ptte ~m~ 785,~78-3541 Outside Mankato: t-800-261-6327 113 N Ot~l. Mankato Mankato Lumber & Home Center Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 785-378-3154 117 E,. Main, Mankato 'a--nkato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. Ph0~ 785-378-3183 After Hours: 785-378-3849 Lyle .I~ uner, Pharmacist Jeweli County Veterinary Clinic Mankato '785.378.3091 Monday-Erklay, 9 a.m.-i 2. 1.4:30 p.m, Doctor: K.L Thomp.~on, DVM D.L. Kile, DMV After Hours Emergency NO. 800-405-5880 Walker Construction Conservation Contractor Based in Randall, Karl. Home Phone: 785-738-3231 or 785-738-3652 Johnny & Joleen Walker RR i, Beloit, Kan. 67420 Thursday, January 23, 2003 One Kansas By John Sehlageek, Kansas Farm Bureau For the first time in Kansas history, the majority of our legislators represent the state's most populous counties. Looking at this shift more closely, the numbers are astonishing. The 2000 census numbers reveal that despite :~ dl statewide population increase of 210,000, during the last decade 57 om of the state's 105 counties lost population. Twelve Kansas counties lost more than 10 percent of their population. The disparity between rural and urban became even greater. While Graham County lost nearly 600 residents, nearly a 17 percent decline, Johnson County gained nearly 100,000 residents or a 27 percent increase. In spite of this population transfer, Kansans remain connected to agriculture and their rural roots. Kansans are Kansans whether they live in Oberlin or Overland Park. Kansans have a strong state identity They have always been an active bunch. Citizens of this state have always believed they can get the job done. Kansans continue to build on a long and proud heritage and self- responsibility by investing in new business, communities and those they employ. Across Kansas from Liberal to Lenexa, communities believe they can continue to be part of this livable frontier - a state of mind where there is always room to grow and prosper. While this state has approximately 63,000 farms, many urban resi- dents are one, two and even three generations removed from the farm. And while they now call Salina, Wichita, Hutchinson, Manhattan, Topeka and Lawrence home, their ancestors once tilled the rich Kansas soil and lived in the towns of McCracken, Menlo, Montezuma and Morland. These ancestors passed on a rural spirit that continues to burn in the hearts of their descendants in the urban regions of Kansas. Today, this group of people breathes life into their larger, more urban communities where they work toward common goals This generation removed from the farm is an important people. Not in themselves, but in the cohesiveness they bring to a community. They provide the goods, services and leadership for residents living there. Such contributions harken back to this pioneer spirit when small Kansas communitms were founded. That same commun~y spirit that fires people to carve out their niche and say, I'm going to make a go of it here. Like their rural counterparts who till the soil, urban Kansans under- stand their local economy is tied to agriculture and such an economy changes with the waving wheat in the heartland. Regardless of where they live, the people of Kansas enjoy the benefits of Kansas agriculture each day. The modern supermarket cannot be adequately supplied with high- quality, low-cost foods Kansas consumers expect without a production- oriented agriculture. As in the past, feeding the world is vital to our growth as a community, region, state, nation and the world. Our ability to produce the safest, most wholesome food has allowed us to progress as a civilization. When we think of food production our state and the farmers and ranchers who farm our fertile soil rank with the best in production agricul- ture. The Wheat State ranks at the top when it comes to crop and livestock production. In 2001. Kansas farmers produced crops worth a total value of nearly $3.3 billion. Livestock production accounted for another approximately $2.7 billion. Kansas farmers and ranchers are without question the economic engine that powers our state. One in five jobs in the United States is connected with agriculture. Both rural and urban communities can thrive and prosper when farmers, ranchers, businessmen and our elected leaders work together for the common good. Our state's most important resource remains our human resources. Kansas remains grounded in a heritage of individuals who make up our communities complete with the learned skills to create, lead, manage and produce goods and services that benefit our great state. ,Earm Bureau What the world needs today is rail- Financial Services lions of honest, average citizens. Wilson's Insurance Co. Vycke Garman Crop Insurance (785) 378-3611 Multi-peril, hail Mankato, Kan. Loretta Wilson 200 E. Hamilton. Mankato 785-378-3451 Jewell Co. Rural Have you heard about using Magnetics Health Clinic to relieve physical discomforts? 785-378-3511 Ca. 1-800-914-7608 Dan Calderon, M.D. Feel Better NOWI Leon Hughes, R.P.A.C. If you sleep, sit or walk you can benefit from our Passive Energy Prodt~ Hours: Call for a FREE Product Catalogue, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, see for yourself how Ihey can Fdday - 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Change your l~e. Wednesday - 8 a.m. - Noon ,~-,~ m~ ~e,ae,t t~betm JEWELL COUNTY RECOR[ School Menus Jan. 27 through Jan. 31 Mankato Elementary Monday: Hamburger on French fries pickles, milk, butterscotch chi Tuesday smokies, peas, bread, milk, tail, cake. Wednesday: Mexican her, tortilla chips, corn, banana, milk. Thursday; Beef stew. Jello, oranges, cinnamon Friday: Chicken lettuce, peaches, muffin, milk. Mankato Jr-Sr High Monday: Hamburger steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, corn bread, milk. Tuesday: Fish sandwich. cheesy potatoes, broccoli. chunks, monster cookie, milk. Wednesday: Smothered rice, lettuce, fruit Thursday: slaw, garlic bread, salad bar, milk, banana. Friday: Chicken noodles. potatoes, peas, bread, fruit milk. White Rock Monday: Runza, potato chi apricots, chocolate chip cookie, Tuesday: Burrito, hash diced beets, fruit cocktail, Wednesday: Hamburger whipped potatoes, corn, roll, chocolate milk. Thursday: Sloppy Joe, bun, Friday: Hamburger, bun. potatoes, veggies, peaches, cookie, chocolate milk. Pink water flows from Winfield Residents of Winfield. Kan. surprised to find pink water out of their faucets pink champagne may be desired, but apparently few Winfield res were thrilled to have pink However the pink water an attempt to get and muddy taste v bling the city water's supply. The city office was calls from customers, many wondering if their water had tammated. "We tried a couple of dil chemicals to get rid of the reported Warren Porter, the ager. Water crews added permangenate to the knockout theodd was caused when killed the algae in Potassium permangenate is substance which has been ously to control the however, the rati, and water was off. The ter the color of blush wine. The smallest horse is the Fall which grows only 30 inches People who believe a be solved tend to get busy Swisher Chiro Health Care 116 E. Main, Hours: Monday, Wednesday & 8:30 a.m.- noon & 2-6 Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Other hoursby 785-738-21 If you are not receiving. The Jewell County Record each week, you are missing the news features and pictures reporting on the lives of your ~ends and nei Stop by Or mail your order to either of our o 111 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-319t One Year in Kansas $19.13 One Year in Nebraska $18 (Kansas subscriptions include $1.13 tax) One Year in Other States, $24.50 or PC) Box 408 Superior, Neb. 68978 * 402-879-3291 Subscribe Today t||l|l||||lll|lmllll|l|||ll|lll .! 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