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Page 2 THE JEWELL COUNTY POST Thursday, February 29, Accidents 2-24 Wesley C. Depoy, Glen Elder, was southbound on a county road and failed to make a curve. The vehicle left the roadway, hit a rock and caught fire. Depoy was trapped. He was taken by Mitchell Co. Ambulance to Mitchell Co., Hospital and transferred to Wesley Med. Center, Wichita. A passenger, Curtis Ayers, Smith Center, was taken by Jewell Co. Ambulance to Mitchell Co. Hospital. 2-25 Luke J. Ellis, Downs, was going east on a county road near Esbon when he lost traction in the sand, went into south ditch and rolled the vehicle. Neither the driver or passenger were injured. Over $500 damage. Ambulance runs 2-20 M. Geist res. to Smith County Hospital. 2-22-L. Dunstan, res. to National Guard to celebrate history of American flag iFC to J's J/f-e-Stop, Jewell, You'll feel Patriotic before, during and after the "Stars of for $11; 2-16 Warrant issued Freedom Flag Show." The show will be held Mar. 2, at Mankato toJewelICo. Sheriff; $150bond High School Little Theater at 7 p.m. and is sponsoered by the posted;2-23pleaofguiltyffled; KansasArmy National Guard. plea accept. $99.50 costs, The show will feature the history of the American flag and 21.00 CC pd out of bond. 2-26 some historic flags will be displayed. The public is invited and report to OJA. there is no charge for admission. 2-15 State of Kansas vs Rocky R. Paxon, complaint Shower facility and laundry flied, hab. violator; warrant room completed at White Rock issued to Jewell Co. Sheriff. Hearing set 2-28 at 11 a.m.,The Board of Education of tion of their successful bas- order appt. counsel filed. White Rock Schools U.S.D. kctball program this year. A #104 met in regular session concern was whether this wa 2-20 State of Kansas vs Victoria D. Bridges, bench Monday, Feb. 12 in the Cafete- acceptable with KSHSAA. warrant filed, returned, ria of the White Rock MiddleMcNichols was to check and 2-22 State of Kansas vs School, Esbon, with members get back to the pat/on. Jeanette Douglas, NFC, retumKen Garman, Ray Mizner, BillFinancial information from bench warrant filed. Wilson, Danny Simmelink, July through January was Gale Burgess and Carol presented. 2-26 State of Kansas vs MichaelJ. Gabrick, div. agree- Cosand all present. Mike Inotherbusiness, the board: ment filed, order staying Dethloff was absent. Staff *Approved payment of prosec, flied. Hearing set 2-26, members present were Donald $128,628.87 in computer 1:30. Grover, Douglas McNichosl generated checks plus an and Glennys Barnes. Presi- unlisted bill of $1,465.64 to 2-23 State of Kansas vs Robert Kuhlmann, 17 sup- dent Ken Garman presided. Simmelink Plumbing. poena praecipe for subpoena McNichols reported the *Approved ending the pro- Commissioners accept car jewelICo.Hospital(JCH},next flied. Motion to file amended shower facility and laundry bationary period for Middle State Surplus. to MitchelICo. Hospital. complaint filed; motion to room are completed and in use. SchoolCustodian, KathyPate, 2-22 P. Menhusen, res. to endorce witness filed (2), Repairs have been made on a after Feb. 24. JCH complaint info filed, i. Felony: water leak In the VoAg shp *Apprved date change frl l 2-22 B. Howland, res. to add potassium cyanide to coffe, and a hot water heater had the 1996 Senior trip. SUBSCRIPTION JCH. 2-24 C. Ayers, accident but failed in the perpetration, been replaced in the boiler *Approved the USD Me- 2. Felony add potassium cya- room. chanic and Maintenance RENEWALS scene to Mitchell Co. Hospital. nide to coffee, but failed in the Two Career Discovery Days Worker Job Description. 2-24 G. Treffer, jewell res. perpetration, are being planned in March, for *Was presented information ......... sophomores, concerning board goals, text- Members of the Jewell to JCH 2-25 B. Murray, fire scene [ REAL ESTATE to JCH 2-25B. Badger, fire sceneto [ TRANSFERS 2-22 LeRoy Hoyer, single, to BenJamin & Saathoff& wf W 1 / 2NE 1/4 of section 8-1-7. 2-22 Howard Callaway & wf to Mandrup Skele, SE1/4 & SWl.4 ofNE 1/4 of Section 14- 3-10. 2-23 John E. Owen, Sheriff of Jewell Co. to State Bank of Esbon, tract NW !/4 of Section 14-1-8. 2-23 Mickie L. Fox, single, to Frank M. Guzik, Jr. & wf. Lots 13-14-15-16, Blk 11, Formoso. Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior Admissions 2-20 Elizabeth Hlger, Mankato 2-21 Nora Avery, Webber Dismissals 2-26 Nora Avery, Webber Group to hold bake sale The newly formed Kansas Armory National Guard Faro- fly Support Group will be hold- ing a bake sale, Saturday March 2, at the National Guard Armory from 8a.m.-? Proceeds from the sale will go to fund a family day when the local guard unit returns from overseas duty. Does Your Heart Good. )American Heart Association JCH 2-26 E. Baker, res. to JCH Traffic 2-16 Jack B. Hansen, Sh- eridan, WY, sp 69/55, $60. 2-20 Scott E. Bowman, Benedict, NE, sp 73/55, $68. 2-21 Ted E. Kinzer, Little- ton, CO, sp 70/55, $62. Civil 2-22 (Tax foreclosure sale) Affidavit of pub. flied $489.36 (The Jewell Co. Board of Co. Commissioners, State of Kan- sas vs George H. Heald, ETAL. 2-22(unpd proceeds from sale) Wayne W. Grindol & Bill Loomis vs Norcentral Bancshare, Inc & Farmers State Bank, Beloit, KS, answer fried by NorCentral Bane- shares, Inc., counterclaim flied 2-23, notice of discovery con- ference & certificate of service filed. 2-21 {Judg. from Nuckolls Co.) Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls Co. Hospital vs Terry Shadduck & Sherry Shadduck, request for garnishment filed by plaintiff, 2-22-Order of garnishment issued. 2-22 (forecloseure on real estate mortgage) Farmers State Bank vs Agnes Callaway, as- signment of redemption flied. Domestic 2-20 Brian S. Murray, pet. and Debra LyrLn Murray, res. Motion to establish child, support obligation filed. No- tice of hearing & certificate of mailing filed. Criminal 2-23 (Driv. revoked DL} State of Kansas vs John A Kleeber, Jr. pres. invest, re- port filed. 2-15 State of Kansas vs Nathan Foster. complaint filed Superintendent Gr.over re- book adoption, curriculum ported on the old bus barn changes, budgeting and QPA demolition project. A contract by Superintendent Grover. has been signed by Rodgers *Discussed specifications Roofing. A copy of the engi- forthenewbusbamincluding neer's report was presented, location, type of building, size New sinks have been installed of building, restrooms, paint in the restrooms at the High bay, etc. Superintendent is to School. White Rock has been have final specifications back included as part of the to the board for the March NCKESC Distance Learning meeting. Network. This should be in *Discussion was held con- place by the fall of 1997. USD cerning the 1996-97 school 104 will begin to plan for ex- calendar. The Superintendent penses necessary to facilitate recommended schoolbegln on an interactive TV classroom. August 15 with 185 student Alist of negotiation items from contact days. Superintendent the teacher's association will take the calendar to the presented, teachers for input. AsurveyfromtheSiteCoun- *The March Board of Edu- cil dealing with a study of cation meeting will be on the graduates' feelings conceming 7th at 7:30 p.m. in the High the effectiveness of courses School Library. Aspecial tech- taken at White Rock was pre- nology session on the Interact sented. It was approved to and Hyperstudio will be held send a survey to graduates at 7 p.m. since 1990. ,Discussed non-elected Ken Garman brought to the personnel and negotiations on Board a patron's request con- executive session. cerning the possibility of pre- ,Extended Doug McNichors senting the boys' basketball contract as High School Prin- team with T-shirts in recogni- cipal for one year. Editor's notes We would like to wish a belated welcome to Renita Hillman, Mankato. RenitaJoined the staff of the Jewez Covmv Post as a receptionlst/office manager in January. She is also helping with ad sales and assists in covering events as needed. Since we are without a Mankato correspondent, Renita has also be n put in charge of gathering news for that area. One of the most frequent comments we hear is that readers would like to have more Mankato news. Here is your chance. Anybody with Mankato news items is urged to call Renita so your family news and social gatherings can be reported. Call the office at 378-3191 and ask for Renita. The Jewel] County Commis- In other business sioenrs met Feb. 20, with missioners: Commissioners Stover and * Voted to Alcom and Carla J. Waugh, bership with North County Clerk, present. Regional Planning Stover closed the bids for sion with Langer the pasture land in 16-3-8 at 9 tative. a.m. with Darrell Miller, * Approved the County Attorney, and Lyle terway Wright, R& B Superintendent, Miller along the present. Bids were: Robert the road along the Harvey, Superior, Neb. $6,000: 3. and Carl Figgins, Mankato, $15,000. The sale of the real goods until next estate was tabled until a full * The board could be present. Wright checked the Commissioners approved re- and road by the taining Carl Figgins check and * Waugh was returning Robert Harvey's mission to sign the check. Life Insurance Bidswere closed for the 1989 edgment. Chevrolet Caprice. The only *Adopted bid was State Line Auto Sales, in support of North.: Chester, Neb. $1,260, and it Regional was accepted, sion as the Wright had a Joint road- and D waterway use permit to review, and for the overall He discussed the possibility of Development plan. purchasing a vehicle from the Unofficial County Post Family renewing or requesting subscriptions this week were Dan Daniels, Mable Haskins, Rod Dietz, Bil- lie Loomis, Robert Kohn, Clark Oplinger, Lyle Wright, Carl McElroy, Bill McMillan, Stella Marietta, Laverne Stansbury, Gunder Hanson, Paul Hartsel, Jewell County Conservation, and Mary Plowman. Jewell County Hospital Board SPECIAL MEETING Friday, March 1, 2p.m. Jewell County Hospital.. Purpose: Open bids for Assisted Living Fog muted this comer of the world Thursday morning. For the traveler, fog carries a po- tential of danger; danger of not seeing deer near the road or failing to see a slow moving vehicle that might not be using their lights. It wasn't cold enough to create frost on the trees and yet, there was enough grayish stuffor mello the scenery from the harshness of winter. Dampness crept into sleeves; bathed the face in coolness and dripped soddenly from trees, bushes and weeds. The ground glistened. All hoped this be a forerun- ner of rain, snow, some form of needed moisture. This cor- ner of Kansas is so, so dry. I. 4. Shirley Meeting 6. ning-Mitchell Co.' p.m. 7. WIC clinic. 8. Immuniza- tions. 12. Burr Oak Clinic 9-11 a.m. 13. Family ning-Mitchell p.m. 14. WIC day. 15. Immuniza- tions. 19. Family ning-Mitchell Co. 2 p.m. 20. Sr. Citizen Clinic 10-11:30 22. Immuniza- tions. 28. Family ning-Mitchell Co. p.m. 29. Shirley & Susan to WIC Shop in Jewell County... and you back home within a short time to work or THE JEWELL COUNTY Will meet March 4, 1996 at regular scheduled time, but adjourn at 11:30 a.m. to at a joint meeting with Republic County Commmsmners. The The [USPS 2740940] Jewell County Post 111 East Main, Box 305 Mankato. KS 66956 [913) 378-3191 Official Newspaper of Jewell County A Consolidation of the Jeweli County Republican and the Jewell County Record 'Tf it's for Jewell County, we're for it!" Larry Hiatt, Publisher Lesa Peroutek, Editor Fawna Barrett. Associate Editor Sheila Schmidt, Typesetter, Ad Sales Renita Hillman, Receptionist, Stacy Frost. Bookkeeper Yearly Subscription Rates, Payable in advance: and surrounding counties. Smith. Osborne. Mitchell. Cloud and Republic in Kansas -- $19.06. Nuckolls and Webster Counties in Nebraska -- $18:.00. Elsewhere in Kansas -- $22.24. Outside Kansas and elsewhere In Nebraska -- $24.50. All other states -- $24.50. Non refundable. *POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Jewel] County Post. P.O. Box 305, Mankato, KS 66956. Published every Thursday by Belolt Newspapers, 114 N. Hersey, Belolt, KS 67420 fl3r, COND c]r~k~l POGT.A~lt IS PAID AT MANKATO, KAN~Jf AND ADDITIONAL ENTRIES, Member of the Kansas Press