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Courthouse News Jewel! County Register of Deeds Robert P. Williams and Jill A. Caylor to lnez Lee, NE 1/4 of SE l/4 of Section 25, Township 4S, Range 8W. Robert Lee Thompson, Sr., as per- sonal representative of the estate of Bessie Louise Schriever, to Charles Donley Ostrander, Lots 11 and 12 in Block 24, original townsite of City of Jewell City. Arnold G. Smith and Betty J. Smith to Arnold Smith and Betty Smith, co- trustees of the Arnold Smith and Betty Smith Revocable Trust, Lots 2 and 5, Section 2, Township 1 S, Range 7W. Jewell, driving a 1997 Mazda pickup, was driving on a snow covered road when he lost control causing vehicle to strike a tree. Chesmut and his passen- ger, Peggy Caudillo, Concordia, were. taken by Jewell County EMS to Jewell County Hospital. A spokesman for the sheriff's department reports Caudillo was air lifted to Wichita. Damages exceeded $500. Accident investigated by Westgate. Traffic Abraham R. Mohler, Formoso, ex- pired tags, $189. Harold T. Norris, Mankato, no seat Winners of the 2003 Jewell County Reduce-Reuse-Recycle Scholarship contest were honored in ceremonies at the Thursday. February 13, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4~ JEWEt Waugh ecieves r anl recycle scholarship WinneroftheJewellCountyTrans- winners. ~e Manl far Station $100 scholarship was Kerry Waugh, daughter of Gerry and Lorie Waugh. Second place went to Erin German, daughter of Dan and Vycke German, and third place to Tyler Dunstan, son of Steve and Lorieta Dunstan. All three winners received a participation certificate. Moriah Wagner, 2003 Jewell County Junior Miss, announced the Board accepts orders for trees f~ lmprm Thejuniorand senior students ~A~ .,., the three Jewell County High Sch~.~jr-z/ -~ ave were sent applications, . Students W~T_, rau'" L," required to fill out an application se~_. _ ' _~nt at th, a resume and write a 350 word esS~.cordin' about how recycling benefits our col~ ,-, , , - uale " munity, state, and world. ~ the "For" the winner of my scholarsl~_ raring' ga.rtt I am looking" for someone who ha~e.r r one- t~ passion and caring attitude about tL . Fl room environment' and the ~mportance, .~l"-ue sale" recycling in particular ' said Mo~ n ' " o11[ ~ ever Wagner, who presented the scla)~.,, ship• George L. Hansen and Ardeth D. Hansen; George L. Hansen trustee of the George L. Hen sen Revocable Trust, and Ardeth D. Hansen, trustee of the Ardeth D. Hansen Raw)cable Trust to Lee B. Hansen and Chad P. Hanson, all of their respective interests in govern- merit Lot 2 west of Republican River in Section 5, Township 1 S, Range 6W. Ardeth D. Hansen, trustee of the Ardeth D. Hansen Revocable Trust, to Lee B. Hansen an undivided I/6 inter- est in all of that pan of g, wernment Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 which lies north of the Republican River, located in Sec- tion 4, Township IS, Range 6W and Lots I and 2 in Section 5. Township 1 S, Range 6W. George L. Hansen, trustee of the George L. Hansen Raw)cable Trust to Chad P. Hansen an undivided 1/6 in- terest in all that part ,,f government Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 which lies north of the Republican River, h,cated in Sec- tion 4, Township IS. Range 6W and Lots 1 and 2 of Section 5, Township 5S, Range 6W. Criminal State Exchange Bank vs. Judy Howard, Randall, and Board of County Commissioners of Jewell County. Accidents Feb. 7 at approximately 8:30 p.m., on Hamilton Street in Mankato, and 77 feet west from S. Lincoln Street, Den- nis W. Webb, Mankato, driving a 1974 Chevrolet, was driving west on Hamilton and while doing so was try- ing to get a CD from a case. He lost control of the vehicle and drove into the back of a parked 1995 Ford, regis- tered to David I). Gillctt, Esbon. No injuries. Accident investigated by Wayne Alley. Damages exceeded $500. Feb. 8 at approxirnately 11:10 p.m. on Jewell County Road H four miles west from K-14, William Chesmut, I I belt, $99. Connie G. Zubrod, Hastings, speed- ing, 74-60, $113. II Jewell County Transfer Station recently. Kerry Waugh was awarded the $100 scholarship. Runners-up were presented certificates. Pictured are (from left) Tyler Dunstan, Waugh; James Vaughan, Moriah Wagner and Vycke Garrnan. Wagner instituted the scholarship to fulfill her responsibilities as Jewell County Junior Miss. Jewell County LTC Jenna Lee Hams and Dannie Eilert brought Jenna Lee's dog, Taco, to visit residents. Resident Council was held With Dean Coder, Norine Hajny, Lela Huntsinger, Bill Kitts, Aletha Logan, Ruth Roe, John Sipe, Mildred Thelander, Cleo Wilson and Twila Zentz attending. Residents viewed the video, "The Best of Minnie Pearl." The Rev. and Mrs. Terry Mayhew, Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church, conducted worship services. Doris Kitts, Gwen West and Bob and Ado Grimm were visitors. Bible Study was based on John 3:16. Chinese New Year began Feb. I. Decorations in the dining room were dragons, oriental fans and lanterns and wall hangings. Throughout the week history, cultu~ and trivia about China were discussed. The sheep or goat is the animal of the year. Sheep con- structed of cotton balls and cinnamon sticks were made during crafts. Essays entitled "What Freedom Means To Me," written by fifth grade students from White Rock School were read to residents. Gall and Phyllis Colson entertained at Tuesday Happenings. Gall plays the harmonica. One of the favorite songs sung by Phyllis was 'Mocking Bird Hill'. Thadd Hinkle led music. During spelling residents spelled words relat- ing to China. Phyllis Lange, Doris Kitts, Joan Unrein and Linda Crangle assisted 10 residents with games on Thursday. Winners were Jewell Sweet, Billie Kitts, Aletha Logan', and John Sipe. Janice and Don Grabast visited Lorraine Humann and Mildred Thelander. dqancy McCorkle called on Irene McCorkle. Louise Powell visited her sisler, Cleo Wilson. Lela Huntsinger was visited by Lynette Huntsinger, Danny Huntsinger and Tina Yoder. Donna Bartley called on Dorothy Munro. Bob and Ado Grimm attended wor- ship service with his mother, Elizabeth Grimm. Joan Unrei n visited her father, Billie Kitts. Formoso By Elaine Clark Marr Dempsey, Mankato. visited his brother, Forest Dempsey. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber° were Robert and Ada Grimm, Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey and Brittany Massey. Agnes Zadina, Saline, was a Mon- day to Thursday guest of her grandpar- ents, Clint and Betty Reynolds• Pastor Bob and ianet Elwell were Thursday evening visitors of Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark. Howard and Louise Field visited the Luther League Lock-In Friday night at the armory in Mankato. Larry and Glenda Keeler, Tonganoxie, were weekend guests of Brad Keeler. They and Ann Keeler had Sunday dinner at Belleville. Weekend guests of Steve and Loreita Dunstan and Tyler were Mindy Dunstan, Manhattan, and Russell Dtmstan, Salina. Sunday evening Mindy gave a program on her trip to China at the Formoso Community Churcll. Jared and Jason Nelson were week- end guests of their grandparents, Marvin and Ila Nelson. Deanna Mitchell, Crystal and Tren- ton, were Saturday afternoon visitors of Dale and Iva Hoard. Phyllis Hurd, Mark and Wanda Hurd and Whitney, Mankato, Tony and Becky Patrick, Steve Patrick, and Brandon Hurd, all of Salina, and Matt and Amy Stamm, Kennedy and Kyle, Smolan, met for Saturday supper in Concordia. They celebrated the birth- days of Phyllis, Wanda, Amy and Steven. Nelson and Merna Keeler were Sunday afternoon visitors of Brad Keeler and Ann Keeler. Crystal Mitchell and Jared and Ja- son Nelson attended the 4-H junior leader meeting Sunday afternoon at Mankato. Joe and Amanda Brown and Trystyn were Sunday guests of Chris and Becky Graham and Caleb at Great Bend. They celebrated Caleb's first birtMtay. Joe, Amanda and Trystyn also visited David and Karen Brown, Justin and Jason, and Frances Brown. \ Ruby Stafford Friday at Belleville Carl and Maxine Stude~ere Sun- Health Center. . day supper guests of Jeff and'Brenda Jared and Jason Nelson attended Koster. We will be CLOSED on Monday, Feb. 17 i QUARTFRLY REPORT OF COUNTY TREASURER, JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS As of January 31, 2003 T~tal Cash in Treasury $ 2,730.141.80 Mankato youth have 'lock in' Evangelical Lutheran Church Luther League and Christian Church Youth Group, Mankato, hosted an"En- counter with God" Lock-In at the Man- kate National Guard Armory Friday and Saturday. All Mankato High School youth were invited to attend. Sponsors were Thadd Hinkle and Diana Webb. Thirty-two youth arrived at the ar- mory between 10 and 10:30 p.m. The opening activity was "chain gang." Youth divided into six groups and were to build a durable chain from whatever items they were wearing such as belts, shoestrings, coats and sweatshirts. Group two won the contest by making a chain two-thirds the length of the armory. Hinkle gathered the youth together for opening prayer and to explain the "Prayer Path" maze. Adult volunteers who helped with the maze were Marvin and Dab Bevies, Rex and Shirley Fischer and Lyle and Cathy Dauner. While small groups walked the Prayer Path, others began writing spe- cial messages for a"Forklifting" which would be held during the early morn- ing hours. Helping youth with mes- sages were June Pumphrey and Webb. A Christian video was viewed. The "Forklifting" involved deliv- ering the messages to the yards of various individuals in the community. Those who woke Saturday morning and found a fork with a special mes- sage stuck in their yard were victims of the "Forklifting." The event concluded with Hinkle preparing bacon and cheese omelets. Sorrow looks back, worry looks around, and faith looks up. We Carry Office Supplies The Mankato Tree Board is accept- ing orders for trees for spring planting. Trees available are flowering pear, redbud; American flame maple, green spire linden, purple or green ash, shade master honeylocust and autumn blaze maple• Trees vary in size from four tO six feet and are priced according to size and type of tree. Those interested in purchasing a tree as a memorial to a loved one may have the person's name placed on a .gtam Ba On hand for the awards cerem~0 . . .~ poml were community members Je~,, : County Solid Waste Director J{~ pore Vaughn, and Stan Colson, Do~ Alcorn and Frank Langer, Je~[e V| County commissioners. After the awards ceremony all w~at taken on a short tour of the tran~he Pike Station facilities by Jim Vaughn. ~hite lq ~e Rock ! " --,land Parents as Teacnecthe.i By Amanda Anderson ~nnGgn plaque on a memorial board at the city office. Anyone interested in ordering trees should contact any member of the tree board as soon as possible. Sing your baby's name 16 poinl Make up simple songs with ~Wed v baby's name in them. Use fam~nan, La~ tunes like "Mary had a Little La~yeachc and insert your baby's name. Ins..~n hit a of "lamb" name one of your chil[alena SI toys. swith 15 Volunteers travel on Play the comparison game•~s with Mexico mission trip Play this game with your chil~buted Reynosa, Mexico, was the destine- you work around your home. l-t~l 6 ooin tion for a recent trip for a group of your child look at or feel two itern~l Pdints Volunteers in Missions, sponsored by the room youhappen tobein. The~.~ett and N the United Methodist Church questions such as these. Which is t} points , • h~l~ the no The group included Jewell County ger, the couch or the chair9 Whic participants were Coralyn Kaufman, shorter, the spoon or the fork? W~he Whi Mankato; Bob and Sally Engel, Koran Willis, Bob Willmeth and Terry and Mary Mayhew, all of Jewell; Lynn Dempsey, Formoso; Kara Kibbe, Ran- dall, and Renae Mayhew, Wichita. Another eight from Council Grove, Wichita and Missouri completed the group of 18 who went to Children's Haven at Reynosa in mid-January. The main project was to prepare an apartment to be used by house parents on their day off. This involved remod- eling one end of a Quonset into living quarters. The project was not com- pletely finished, but much of the work was done, Clothing was sorted into what would be kept by Children's Haven and what would be distributed in the colonials. Beans and rice were divided into quart bags for distribution. The group led a devotion time which included singing, scripture, prayer, and crafts for those at Children's Haven. Church and community members provided items for the trip, including sewing machines, cloth, sewing tools. is softer, the sweater or the sock?-lts. Jusiir Play the game using other Com~s. Josh son words like cooler, wider, noiS~ll Boyle smoother. In ancl'M, Tips from "'The Well-Centered Child ~nts. ~athaln L • toring wi Jewell musicians ~aBlandi, travel to NCK ! t l. Au,, January and February have busy for some Jewell High Musicians. Through nomination audition, Chandra Bray, Julia Hod Mitchell Matter State Concert Band Clinic in tan on the weekend of Jan. 24 to Robert Grechesky, in the Jordan College of Fine Butler University, directed b' of Matter and Heel. Bray in the band conducted by Music department chair High School of Ohio. During the first week, ary, Laura Butts, Darcie Gibson Heel and Caleb Ramsay Funds Funds Total Road and Brid~e . Special Brid~e Specml lti~Jlwa~ Impn)vements Rc~ister Deeds Technolo~.v Public Health Public Health C;!pital Outlay Noxious Weed Noxious Weed Capital Oulla~ Ambulance Ambulance 1i(.] uiipnlell 1 Ambuhmce Special Equipment Appraise, Emplovee Benefits Bond and Interest Solid Waste Hardy Fire District Games Licenses State Park PATF Unclaimed Estates Undistributed Tax Real Estate Redemptions Vehicle Miscellane()us Motor Vehicle Current Tax Personal Tax Jud~enlent Special l.aw Trust Fund Special Treasurer Vehicle Sales Tax Personal Tax Sheriff RV Tax CDBG Grant 911 LEPC Grant Refunding, Warrants Cash Lon~ }rod Sht)rt Bond # 2-02 Bridge Bond # 1-99 ' Jewell County Tower :Jewell County Flexible Benefit Plan Townships Allen General h, Athens General Brownscreek (;eneral Buffalo General Buffalo Fire Ervin~ .... General Erving Ceme!erv Ervine Fire H.i~.hland Gener~!l Ionia General Jackson Feneral Odessa Gmmral f*....1 .. . ~'~'geg.p $ 684,805.34 $ 74,316.86 $ 117.782.60 $ 1.732.50 ,,,, , $ 9o,466.78 $ 54.364.52 $ 35,735.14 $ 26,344.58 $ 62,542.90 $ 7,731.88 $ 4,224.39 $ 69,866.20 $ 589,048.23 $ 26,251.69 $103,879.33 $ 3,282.35 .... $ 4,900.00 $ 245.25 $914.13 $ 3.355.07 $51.399.17 $ 33,030. I0 $ 606.50 $ 5,456.89 $ 272.64 $ 668.79 $ 23,363.54 $ 8,777.83 $ 3.422.52 $199.90 $ 604.73 $ 50,652.6 t $ 2.276.53 , • , ,, , ($ 4A87.28) ($116.81) $ 10.093.62 $12.597.99 .... $ 2.943'.94 ........ $ 2,675.27 .$1.1'90.64 " .... $ 922109 $5m.,4 $ 129.76 $ 791.02 i ,, $ 60.96 $100.21 $ 286122 $'923.19 $ 834.75 $ 36.03 $ 870.89 $1.624.29 $ 2,730,141.~ }ss Total STATE OF KANSAS JEWELL COUNTY 1 do solemnly ~wca) thai tile ahove statement is complete, true, and correct to the hem el my knowledge and belief, so help me God. L_4 ~1~ ,__~rL~L~., County Treasurer, Jeweil County, Kansas Subscribed and ~o)n to beli)i e me on this 4th day of February, 2003. (ja~rl~,L_W_a.u_glh County Clerk - Notary Public iii ii , I i iiI in Mankato and Formoso for Presidents Day school supplies, teaching aids, videos, Central Superior ,ubllshlno Co. v ............ .... Ztn~.lt~G ~G~ ~r~s, cratt suppnes, cmmmg one nmp "~="~ =~'~¢~'~ with travel expenses. National Bank 208 E. South, Mankato, Kan. 110 Main Street, Formoso, Kan. 785-378-3162 785-794-2211 Vale f" 'a D g n ino Fridag, Fob 14 The Flower Patch, LLC has just the right surprise for your sweetie. ~!)~ We have gifts to complement your floral selections. We do deliver. Flower Patch, 102 S. Commercial • Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3950 .ougar Talon Meet the people who make Mankato Schools Special Ross Jeffery is a senior at MHS and,the son of Mark Jeffery and Diane Boley. His hobbies include hanging with friends, athletics and watching television. School activities are football, basketball, track and cross country. Following graduation he plans. to go to college. The highlight for Ross while attending MHS was his junior American History class. On the subject of advan- tages-disadvantages of living in a small community Ross has this to say," In a small community everybody knows everything about everybody is one of the disadvantages. In a small town the people arc more united as a community." Brandy Burkhart is a senior at MHS and the daughter of Bruce and Patti Burkhart, Her hobby is being with friends. School activities are FCCLA president, forensics, quiz bowl, band, jazz band. After graduation she is going to FHSU to further her educa- tion. The highlight for her while attending MHS is getting to know her classmates better and making friends. In response to the ques- tion about living in a small community Brandy has this to say: "Advantages are knowing everyone on a more personal level andget- ting along with everyone• Disadvantages are whenever you do something, rumors get started very easy and the whole town hears about it." Farmway Credit Union 102 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3134, We will be CLOSED Monday, Feb. 17 for Presidents Day Heartland Bank 120 S. Washington • Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3241 FDXl Yummy fresh fruit and delicious butter braids!!! dewell County 4-H Junior Leaders Mixed small and large boxes of oranges, apples, grapefruit and pears plus fresh pineapple, beef sticks, string cheese, microwave popcorn and frozen cherry, apple, cream cheese, blueberry, peach, strawberry and caramel frozen pastry braids. rsON SALE NOW!!I FEB. 9 TO MARCH 3 will be mid-March!!! Delivery who ~ill be anxious to take and deliver orders include: Brennan Boyles Tracy Bohnert Joel Kemmerer JoAnna Jensen Caleb Ramsey Julie Heel Elizabeth and Rob Wilson Crystal Mitchell Sarah Bauman Clara Collins Devin Jones Josh and Joey Buser Jason Shipley ,Jared & Jason Nelson Dustin Waite Mark and Peggy Peters NOllCE FROM CITY OF RANDALL!!! Begmng the hrst Monday of March, on • March 3 rmsh pick up will at 9 a.m. EVERY MONDAY for the residential customers in the City of Randall Elesa McMillan in Youth for Music die. This program and concert sored by Tom's Music and County Community College, the largest ensemble in the YFM. The band consisted of 88 dents. Selection for the 1 on director recommendations, tN lection of these nominations by ~1 band directors. Emily Burgess, Laura Butts Darcie Gibson attended the Re Pi one Festi val students received a I rating and participating in the State val at Wichita State University onl 22. Becky Burgess, Jewell, is structor for Butts and Gibson. Anne Pruitt, Beloit, Emily Burgess. Heroes, nutrlti~ silk. dying are !~? 2 po •'~'~ankau subjects for meet~ii;t~ A combination of diverse tt~,,,,,,, will be presented Feb. 20 at the J~ Community Center. At 2 p.m. a look at "everyda~]~l" | rues" will begin the afternoon. ~ " Lupfer-Nielsen, Post Rock Exte~ District Agent, will encourage tl~t~ Fel dience to see heroism as mend fear. ~ F " " v -~ rmay, l Help with understanding web~£ diets, regulations and dietary s0~l~asketba ments wlll be the 3 p.m. presen~~ Bur by Tandy Rundus, RD and Re~ County Extension agent.. .The afternoon will conclude ] Tu Donna Silsby, local artist from ]!gh Scho, kate, sharing details on the art of~ F; silk• She will display examples 0'1!t unique art and will have supplie ligh S participants to c0nstruct__a winds£iti ~nkat, ~'~ DAVE'S L~m GUN SHOP ~ Tu Jewell Karl :Scho Boy --~Trad¢ Open by appointment or char# iiiiiii~tl 785"428"3337 E-mail us at davegunshop@nckcn~ [ Mission . i~ Stol~ Thr,ft ShoP ~a Cash ,a Mankato, Kan ~xes, M ,. ,:,, L_ r;~cks ArT w,,I uu ,,-4s • = 1 t J="q) r= U "~' ~)"~/4Ae g, r,j, AT _ ~,, -- ,4~v, I:t.l,,fl • Monday, feD. For Presidents O~';'\:"');:',2 .la ,~ ,td . Reopen Friday, Feb. 21 ,, 1-4:30 p. ",.