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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 4. 2016 ' Legislative Coffee The District 106 Legislative Coffees schedule with Rep. Sharon Schwartz includes 10 am. Monday, , Feb. 29, at Bob’s Inn, Mankato. Wichita State Univ. announces honor roll ' Wichita State University has an- roll for fall 2015. time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Sarah Schwerrnan, Mankato, was among those listed on the WSU honor roll for fall 2015. Genealogical society The North Central Kansas Genea- logical Society received a 2015 Dane computer and touchscreen monitor was purchased. The new computer replaces one that was more than 10 years old which had been donated to the group. The computer will store a great amount of genealogical data including the in- dex and obituaries for the 30,000 obitu- aries currently available from the ge- nealogical society files. The North Central Kansas Genea- . , Yi- , . . Friday, Krema, Rachel and frosty Crouse hosted a Kansas birthday party. Rachel and her mother, Kerma, made cupcakes for the event. Guests sang happy Birthday Kansas and Rachel below out the candle on her cupcake. Several friends joined them at the Scoop in Jewell. -W tember, 1977. It is locatedin’the Paris room upstai/rsirrthe/Cawker City Pub— liclLibrarf The goal of the society is to *cbntinue the collection of family histo- ries and records of the pioneers of this area. Society volunteers research que- ries, process obituaries and gather and organize family histories. More volun- teers are always needed. The society provides information on many counties in Kansas with re- sources from Mitchell, Jewell, Osborne, and Smith counties, includ- ing books, cemetery records, newspa- pers and microfilm of some censuses and many indexes. The organization invites to visitors to the office at Cawker City. Members meet every Thursday afternoon and appointments to search the records may be made at other times. ing because they’re expecting gold.” Jake Haskett, Damaris Niewald and Benedict Horinek celebrated Kansas Day, Jan. 29, together in Jew- ell with special treats. Thank You Thank you will never fully express how we feel towards the EMS personnel and hospital staff that was in the emergency room with Evelyn that night. May God bless you all. )(‘ja ;.aJ' 785-37-8600 (ITE "1 WT ER Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 Feb. 5, 6 and 7 Daddy’s Home An affable radio executive finds himself competing for the affections of his step- children following the unexpected reapearrance of his wife’s ex~husband. , ‘ PG-13 (for thematic elements, crude and suggestive content and for lan- guage). Mankato, Kan. 0 785-378-3172 If BOARD! BENEFIT SOUP LUNCH for David Belden Medical Expenses Sunday, Feb. 7 o 11 am. to 1:30 p.m. Burr Oak Community Center, Burr Oak, Kan. Serving Ham and Beans with Cornbread} Chicken Noodle Soup, Relishes and Desserts Free Will Donation " Contact Judy Ost, 638 5 Lincoln, Burr Oak, KS - 785-647-5771 Departing from The Newspaper Depot, 148 E. Superior, Neb. /,. “ExpresS” your leve Th6 Valentine to a special child by 402-879-3291 placing his or her 111 E. Main P1101091 aPh in The Mankato, Kan. Valentine Express! 785-378-3191 To Get Aboard The Valentine Express: 0 Send or deliver a cute photograph of your child to either The Superior Express or Jewell County Record offices (we promise to return it unharmed) ' 'Include with picture name and age of child, name and address of parents and name and address of grandparents - Please submit only photographs for which you have the right to permit the newspaper , to use and publish. Some photography companies, such as Olan Mills and Choice Printing and Photography do NOT allow newspapers to publish photographs without first obtaining written permis- sion. By submitting a photograph and signing the authorization, you are allowing the newspaper permission to publish the picture as part of the Valentine Express feature. The picture will not be used elsewhere without your permission. 6 I agree to the terms outlined above: 0““ so” 5% 99‘ Signature Child’s Name The Last Day is Thursday, Feb. 4- To beincluded on the dean’s honor V: roll, a student must be enrolled full ' receives Hanson grant logical Society was organized inSep“ ’ “Too many people miss the silver lin- Burt and Evelyn Warne.and.zFamily;. . ~ : g nounced the names ‘of more than 2,600 l . V" ' students who were on the dean’ s honor . ' Members of the North Central Kansas Genealogical Society received a Dane G. Hansen grant from the Solomon G- Hansen grant from the SOlomon Valley Community Foundation to purchase technology equipment. Foundation board members and society members Valley Community Foundation (from left) are Darcel McPeak, Barbara Wise, Ginger Thull, Kay Thompson, Ray Terry, Steve Richardson, Dorothy (SVCF) in the amount of $800. A new Reling and Joetta Wright. Courthouse News Jewell County Register of Deeds Bill Parrson to Gary L. Garman and Carol A. Gannan: tract of land located in NE corner of Lot 3, Section 31, Township ZS, Range 9W. Clay B. Aurand and Gina M. Aurand to Jack L. Clark, trustee of Jack L. Clark Revocable Trust: a tract of land in NE1/4 Section 24, Township IS, Range 6W. Darrell L. Kile and Diane M. Kile to Matthew Kile: tract of land in the NE1/4 Section 1 3, Township 1 S, Range 7W.- LaVemia Ann Peters, trustee of the LaVemia Ann Peters Revocable Trust to Lila Marie Mendenhall, Delbert Eugene Mendenhall and Evelyn Annmarie Hayes: Lots 22,23 and 24, Block 4 original City of Formoso. Sonya Jeffery and David Jeffery to Blake R. McMillan and Meghan E. McMillan: Lots 1,2 and 3 in Block 49 original townsite City of Jewell City. James L. Taylor to Eldon Pate: tract of land in N1/2NE1/4 Section 3, Town- ship 38, Range 10W. James L. Taylor to Eldon Pate: part of NE1/4 Section 3, Township 38, Range 10W. “ Amy S. Belden and Chris A. Sum- mers, trustees of Bonnie R. Rightmeier Trust No. 1 to Roger L. Rightmeier: NW1/4 Section 35, Township 38, Range 7W. . Donna L. Silsby to Chase J. Wame and Sarah R. Wame: Part of NW1/4 Section 23, Township 38, Range 8W. Caleb M. Ramsey and Kaylene Ramsey to Michael A. Ramsey and Jill Ramsey: N1/28W1/4 Section 36, Township 48, Range 6W. Julie Hulbert to Max E. Hulbert: part of NE 1 /4NE 1/4 Section 21, Town- ship 38, Range SW. and south 100 feet in the NE1/4NE1/4 Section 21, Town— ship 38, Range 8W. Darrell E. Miller executor of Will of Erika W. Thornton to Cynthia K. Malir: Lot 7,8,9,10,11 and 12 Block 5 Brigham, Crill and Randall’s First Addition to City of Randall. Thomas Clifford Price to Glen W. McClure and Jane M. McClure: one- fourth interest in SEl/4 Section 23, Township SS, Range 9W. Alice Marie Price to Glen W. McClure and Jane M. McClure: one— fourth interest in SE1/4 Section 23, Township SS, Range 9W. Sarah Martha Greenberg and Stephen S. Greenberg to Glen W. McClure and Jane M. McClure: one- fourth interest in SEl/4 Section 23, Township SS, Range 9W. Is requested for Mary Harrison Dillon Tuesday, Feb. Championship Game SOUP DINNER J Cards may be sent ,to her at, , ,, ,.._ 2,201 N.Railw.ay, Lebanon, K516655152. Sunday, Feb. 7, 11 am. 1 p.m. SOup and Dessert o Free Will Donation Jewell Community Center, Jewell, Kan. Benefits to Jewell Youth Groups Sunday, Feb. 21 11 am. Mankato ‘» Community Building Mankato, Kan. 1 p.m. Free will danger,” . Proceeds will go to the Joey Zadina Scholarship Fund Donations can be sent to Rick Diamond, State Exchange Bank, PO Box 284, Mankato, KS 66956 Sam's Baked Potato, ~ Salad, Saturday, Feb. 13 Chicken Fried Steak. w/Gravy, Homemade Dinner R01 $10 8am's Place Place 511 Grand Ave., Esbon, Kan. , qg- 9...? ; fer’fe- Traffic Joe Bimey, speeding, $213. Brodie Bumey, speeding, $153. Zane Colson, speeding, $153. Crystal Cosand, failure to wear seatbelt, $10. Michael Davis, registration, $208. Matthew Ehlers, speeding, $153. Tonya Foulk, speeding, $153. Gary Garman, speeding, $153. Krista Johnson, failure to wear seatbelt, $10. Maureen Lewis, speeding, $153. Richard E. McEntee, speeding, $153. ' Lyle McMains, driving while 11- cense cancelled, suspended or revoked, $403. ‘ Ronald Menhusen, $208. ' Jesus Sanchez, overweight limits, $233. Agnes Schurrnan, speeding, $153. Tammy wendt, speeding, $153. tegistration, 1 . Card Shower for Gene Butts 90th Birthday Sunday, Feb. 14 You can send cards to Gene Butts, Hilltop Lodge, 815 N Independence Ave., Room N21 ,.B¢1°itr .67429 . 00.0 4- .2§<$9@’3®2ea Criminal . . Glenn J. Nance, furnishing alco- holic liquor to minor, sentenced to 6 months in jail, $300 fine, supervrsed probation 12 months, $158 court costs, $60 probation fee, $40 alcohol drug fee, finger print fee $45, jail assess-. ment $122.50, Total $1,046; Domestic . Hayley Spurgeon, petitioner, vs; Dustin R. SJ]. lehn, respondent, peti-‘ tron to esta is atemit ,tem or orders issued 165,16. y p susan Topliff, petitioner vs. Harold Topliff, respondent, divorce filed. _Nathan Kirchhoff and Cristalyn Kirchhoff, decree of divorce filed 1- 20-16. ' . Mariah Charbonneau, petitioner, vs. ‘ Randy Charbonneau, petition'for di- vorce, filed 12-8-15, hean'ng 2-17-16. State of Kansas Department for. Children and Families, petitioner, vs. Heather Inskeep, respondent: Petition for support filed 1-19-16. State of Kansas Department ‘for Children and Families, petitioner, James Dean, respondent. Petition for support filed 1-19-16. The brain of an CalTech’s Ysabel Giraldo won- dered “What goes on in ant-brains?” and wound up conducting a study that showed worker ants don’t age; they: just die, reports the Association of -- Mature American Citizens. In fact, they get better and better at the tasks , they perform right up to the last mo- " ments of their lives [about 140 days in ~ the laboratory]. Unlike the human brain, it seems ant brains don’t age. Barbara Moran of Boston Univer— '_ sity posted an article about Giraldo’s r research on the futurity.org Web site, i concluding that: “The research is un- ' likely to produce an ant-based anti- aging serum, at least not anytime soon. . Rather, the work answers some small f questions that may in time answer Some bigger questions.” Maybe we can eventually learn “how can we be more like ants, at least . in their ability to dodge senescence?” : 9:5“: -:'.‘ 9: gs: sofa. .@@asc3.@- Come celebrate Valentine’s Day. 7 Sunday, Feb. 14, 11 am. - 1 p.m. Jewell Community Center Jewell, Kan. Menu: Beef and Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, ' ' Green Beans, Roll, Dessert Sponsored by the Jewell Christian Church CWF ass. as. Birthday Celebration. Nadine Railsback will be celebrating her 70th Birthday Tuesday, Feb. 9 I You are invited to a Dutch Treat Pizza Party , Saturday, Feb. 6, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Bob’s Inn, Mankato, Kan. ' (use the front door) Cards may be sent to Nadine at 408 S East St., Mankato, Kan. 66956 I'- Sam's Place Come watch the Super BOWl ® Sunday, Feb. 7 I 5.16 9:6“: M: 9; H.- esfe- fa. ogre .. 7| Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament 2:30 pm. Game Time, 5:30 p.m. IL “Sam's Place Kitchen will 6’71 as we”! 1 511 Grand Ave., .| Esbon, Kan.