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W,?gh. W, gn , g,t Courthouse News rn moso Leglon scholarships lewelZ County" Kerry Waugh, a senior at White i ~ne?? . ......... Rock High School, and Moriah - Wagner, a senior at Mankato High Accidents Oak, and West 56 feet of Lot 1, Block ~dia, and Hope Walters, School,have been awarded state-wide March 3 at 6:30 p.m., 3.5 miles 1, Godfrey's Second Addition to Burr ~ere dinner guests of American Legion Scholarships. north of Webber, Lisa M. Boyles, Oak, and also land lying immediately ~" r othyS~. .~ ......... Waugh,daughterofGerald and Lori Webber, driving a 1996 Chevrolet, hit North of the above described part of a ~ftemoon Ben and Shirley Waugh, Mankato, wasnamedarecipi- adeer. Damages over $500. Accident Lot as far as the Section line, between ~th b'~a_yce!- entofaTedandNoraAndersonAmeri-, investigated by est. No injuries. Section 14 and 23, and land being in ~leHond, offattheCov- can Legion Scholarship for $500. ..... d March 3 at 9:10 p.m. 13.4 miles Section 23. Township 2S, Range 9W. ~m,, eeler, Mankato, visited Brad enant Church m Courtlan . Waugh was among 43 state-wide south ofFormoso, Edward Joseph Pe- General warranty deed. Wade Jeff and Brenda Koster and Joe and ap?licants judged by the Legion's Es- ters, Formoso, driving a 1994 Dodge, Sheilito and AngelaShellitotoJudy A. oo-[. LlltYl~.t;,y.nn and Candy Massey, er =lPm- t'utie, Hardy, Nancy Howell " _']oria Massey were visitors of ant~. dBecky Huber. Robert and 3ak..F,irimm were Saturday supper md s ~Formoso Senior Citizens met as;~?.with 11 seniors answering /-~ln~ with a joke or a dime. The ',ne."ldrta .was discussion about where tey~ff~was born. Tile next meeting "cel~ y Howard and Louise Field lapse ~alph Spiegel and MeMn Boyer m,~omes in Beloit. r h 3 ,jKeelerreturned home Ma c n~l~stt~.0"day visit with Carol Rogers m~KRogers at Derby. Ann also ,,_..,ir~evin and Jolene Harper and r~J, each in Wichita. ard and Louise Field visited Kibbe at the hospital in Con- est Dempsey, Dan and Lynn :Y and Howard and Louise Field ~d the funeral for Martha ;Y Friday at Montrose. Ray and Dee Falk visited Bess t"nday afternoon at Concordia. md Elaine Clark, Theresa Amanda Brown and Tristyn visited Maxine Studer. They celebrated Joe's birthday. Robert and Add Grimm visited Sheila Myers. Savannah and Gatlin. Jewell. Guests ofKim Morrell were Randy and Becky Sibley and Raymond, Lori Morrell. Ashley, Alyssa and Missy, James and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle. and Brian Gordanier. They cel- ebrated Kim's birthday. Wayne and Rita Allen and Bev Hall, Courtland. attended Ken Peterson's 70th birthday party at the Scandia Le- gion Hall. Dinner guests of Kendall and Sandy Nelson. Jared and Jason, were Dean and Maxine Hall and Dab and Laura Harris. Superior; Miranda Doreza, Hallsville, Texas; Rick and Jackie Albertson. Republic; and Ed and Paula Hall and Joshua, Lincoln, Neb They celebrated the March birthdays. Village Missions representatives, Mike and Judi Jones, Greeley, Colo., were Sunday visitors of Pastor Bob and Janet Elweli. Ben and Shirley Free were Sunday supper guests of Bob and Becky Roush, , JoAnna and Jackie Jensen. Luke andSamantha. They celebrated nd Jami Bouray and Callie Samantha's 16th birthday. Lwere Friday overnight guests ~'a~- dDmne Dlin.ar.at Wich!ta" CCCC offers Course .l~;ePizza party Friday evening "'Effective Personal and Organiza- "[an;: ~-~lrthdays-InThgrel~a tional Change Management" !s the ~tt[,',,,, y so atte subject ofa workshop Marcn.~l from imeflp."'~ wicnita Garden Show. Q U~ ,,, a.an ,, m ,t the Renublic amelia andLinda Strnad were week- ~,.~.'",~ '~,,-~,'~,"~ ........ "- sts of Russ andDarla Lewis at ...... : ....v ..... vili-t~~ ' " The workshop is instructed by Jenni rrnc~ ..... .Reline, MS, Trainer and Consultant, "-~, ~teveland Okla was a '~ mif01~ ~. _ , "" and offers eight contact hours and one- ~'~guestfBenyn S" andSlurlcy' Free. hail'college credit. md i~ /olander and Ruby ;S. ' i adil$ * oo ve Hall h~i mary Hasemeyer a supper for the Superior Wrestling Team members and their parents at their home. Among the guests were Darren, Jessica. Anya and Allison Th- ompson. Sunday afternoon, Harold and Lorna Wilton visited Clarence and Ila Wilton, Superior. Lacey and Miranda Ward were overnight guests of Jerry Hasemeyer. Lacey and Miranda Ward were Thursday dinner guests in the Hasemeyer home. Other callers were Jo Ann and Jolm Rogqrs and Melissa say, Oratorical and Scholarship Com- mittee this year. The late Ted and Nora Anderson, Clay Center, concerned themselves with the American Legions' Children and Youth programs and established a Legion Scholarship fund in their name. Waugh plans to attend the Kansas State University and is presently car- rying a 3.96 grade point average. Wagner. daughter of Rita A. Wagner, Mankato, is a recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from the Kansas American Legion's Music committee. She was selected from 53 state-wide applicants. Wagner is a senior at Mankato High School. She plans to attend Kansas State University. She is presently car- rying a 4.00 grade point average. McNlchols gets Pacesetter award Diane McNichols. Concordia. for- merly of Burr Oak. was awarded a Pacesetter Award at the annual Pacesetter Award Banquet in Concor- din. Each year the committee honors individuals and or organizations who have made an outstanding contribu- tion or commitment toward the educa- tion, intervention and prevention of drug and alcohol abuse in Cloud County. McNichols received the award for her tireless work with the schools, edu- cating students on drug and alcohol prevention. Recipients are selected by tbe Chemical Dependency Committee and recognized for their leadership, role modeling, community involve- was heading south when driver lost control and rolled the vehicle. Acci- dent investigated by Alley. Driver was taken by Jewell County EMS. March 7 at 7:05 p.m. at milepost 233.6 on K-14, Jerry E. Conn, Jewell, driving a 1987 Chevrolet was travel- ing north and struck a deer. Accident investigated by Fulmer. Damages over $500. No injuries. Traffic Dan L. Barnes. Courtland, expired registration, fined $159. Register of Deeds Trustee's deed. UMB Bank, n.a., formerly Commercial National Bank of Kansas City, trustee, and James H. Hart to Alison Hart and Marion Ryan, and Gretchen Hart. An undivided 1/6 to each Grantee in and to the SE 1/4 of Section 25, Township 4S, Range 7W Quit claim deed. Robert W. Lovewell and Stacey Lovewell to Rob- art Watson. Lots, 1,2, 3, 4, 16, 17 in Block 6, in LOvewell, Kansas. Warranty deed. Central National Bank, Formoso, formerly Farmers State Bank, Formoso, and formerly The First National Bank of Formoso, to City of Formoso. A tract of land in Lots 9 and 10, Block 4, original townsite of For- mdse. Executor's deed. Elizabeth M. Braden aka Elizabeth Braden, de- ceased, Wayne W. Grindol as executor of the last will and testament of Eliza- betbM. Braden to J.M. Acres, Inc. W 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S. Range 8W. Quit claim deed. Max E. Lewis, aka Max Eugene Lewis and Verna Jane Lewis, husband and wife, to Max ment and-or implementation of drug E. Lewis. Verna Jane Lewis and.Allen and alcohol programs to help improve Lewis, as joint tenants with the righJ.tff and quality of life for the cttizens~g,,,,,~viv-rship not as tenants in com- Cloud County. " men. Lots g. 9, 10, I'1 and 12, in Block Other recipients were Jim and Mary 2, in Wright's Addition to City of Burr Anderson for their hours of service facilitating smoking cessation Classes. McNichols' husband is Doug McNichols and she was a former el- ementary teacher at White Rock. She is now a registered nurse. Austin. Lots 14.15 and 16 in Block 58, in the original townsite of the City of Jewell City. Probate In the Matter of the Estate of Lorraine A. Humann, deceased. Order for hearing and notice to creditors. Petition for probate of will and issu- ance of letters testamentary. In the Matter of the Estate of Ortha R. Leece, deceased. Order for hearing. Limited Civil Central National Bank vs. Jerry L Massey, Formoso. Civil Farm Credit Services of Central Kansas, FLCA and Farm Credit Ser- vices of Central Kansas, PeA .vs. Melinda Rose; and Lyons State Bank. Notice of Service of plaintiff's desig- nation of expert testimony. CWF group meets for morning brunch Jewell Christian Church Women's Fellowship met Feb. 15 with nine mem- bers present. Hostesses for the morn- ing brunch were Inez Clark and Darlene Thompson. Karen Matterson, president, con- ducted the business meeting It was voted to send a cash donation to Church World Service. Napkins were ordered for a money making project. Darlene Thompson gave the devo- tions. The next meeting will be Apr. 19 at 9 a.m. Sharon Tullar will have the devotions. Gaye Daniels and Sharon Tullar will be the hostesses. All women of the church are invited to attend the every other month morning brunch meetings. Minneapolis Prepares for Housing A seven-acre tract at Minneapolis; Kan., is being developed for the con- struction of new housing. Mankato Announces new busitiess hoursH! Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday (for after-hours emergency, call 785-648-0158) Thank you, Steve Christie ~3rSsedrU:i2g tab? Sthn/? ilin r 3n ~1 ,'[~ Were Dwight Frost and Roger ~t~ SUnday there will be a Mexi- ov~net following the worship set- n:;I [e w~.nWilson Lenexa will be hos- ,,~!o e marrow transplant. Cards )n 1., ,,sp"Jlsent to his home. Devin is the ~i~alt'Wilson and Cheryl War- ; v~,t,l~..gr~dson of Woodrow and th~l_w Uson, Superior. tt tllT_~.a Andrews ally',~e 9! . is slowly improv- rodstone Memorial Hospi- ml~?t~ since her recent surgery. ""17_' mrs. Laurence Wilson, Bu~ ~rre Sunday afternoon visitor" ~low. and Beulah Wilson. .,~tn(l guests of Darr, . Allison Ward. Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. March 3: Keith Bohnert, Mankato; March 9: Ivah Hoard. Formoso. Dismissals March 3" Arthur McPhee, Mankato; March 5: Wanetta Wright, Ionia; March 6: Karen Boden, Ionia; March,,7: DeNis Mahaffy, Be- loit. ~ :.~' At:tention Farmers!!! I would appreciate your vote and support in the upcoming Mankato USD No. 278 Monday, March 17 Valley Hope buys closed hospital The Valley Hope Association which has nine residential and 12 outpatient alcohol and drug treatment facilities in seven states submitted the winning bid to purchase the Halstead (Kansas) hos- pital and clinic at a bankruptcy auc- tion, The association has been operating a 31-bed inpatient treatment center at the hospital. The hospital closed in early September. Photographers attend Wichita event Two teams of 4-H photography members participated in judging at the Wichita Garden Show Contest March 8. Senior team members were Scott Dooley, Sarah Bauman, Clara Collins I and JoAnna Jensen. On the intermediate team were Jacki Bouray, Jami Bouray, Jackie Jensen and Callie Boyles. The members attended the photog- raphy workshop and photo,tabbed the garden show. Accompanying the group were Theresa Bouray, Elaine Clark. Cindy Bauman and Jim and Brenda Dooley. Westin Named Interim Developer Chuck Westin, Belleville, has been named inteo~director of the Republic County ]Development Corporation. Applicat{ons foi the director's posi- tion will be accepted until April I. Westin is the retired administrator of the Republic County Hospital and pre- viously served as interim Belleville city administrator. I From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Jewell County Extension Agent i Seniors benefit from food progra~r, Older Kansans who are eligible far the Kansas Food Assistance Program can reduce thifufood costs without il~rificing nt~f_z~n ~d health. The p~ogram, also know as the Food Stamp Program, is not new. What is new, however, is an easier application process and debit care, called a Vision Card, that makes it easy for senior adults who qualify for the program to buy food at the grocery store or make a contribution for pre- pared meals at a nearby senior center, said Mark Meek Higgins, a K-State Research and Extension nutrition spe- cialist. The Food Assistance Program typi- cally provides eligible seniors with a minimum of$10 a month to help with food costs. Ten dollars may not seem like much, Higgins said, but it can be enough to allow seniors to add one or more disease-fighting fruits or veg- etables to their menu each day. The Vision Card also can be used to jz.;,, fer bread, meats and dairy prod- i i ucts at the grocery store or to make a donation toward meals at a nearby se- nior center each month. Participating in the program can free up money to meet other expenses, such as housing, utility and medical bills. The need to meet expenses can i~rompt seniors on fixed incomes to skimp on food. Doing so can compro- mise their health. Eating a variety of foods, including five or more fruits and vegetables each day, offers essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that can help seniors increasd their energy levels, reduce risks from dis- eases such as cancer and heart disease, and maintain their independence. Seniors often do not realize that they qualify for the program. To learn more about the Kansas Food Assis- tance Program or other programs that provide helpful services call the local senior center manager, the local county coordinator on aging or the North Cen- tral Flint Hills Area Agency on Ag!ng, Inc.; at 1-800-432-2703. ..... Monday, April 7 8 a.m. " Location: Auction Palace, E. Highway 24, Beloit, Kan. Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate Beloit. Kan. 67420 -, 785-738-2010 (Office) ,,, 785-738-2133 (Residence) 785-738-5800 (Auction Palace) ,-1-800-577-7336 Email us at gzare@nckcn.com or www.zauction-palace.com I ,JEWELL COUNTY FAnM BUREAU ASSOCIATION I iii i is pleased to provide a FARM SECURITY PROGRAM featuring Scv# Tease&k, KBI (retired) Topics Covered: Anhydrous Ammonia Theft, Methamphetamine Labs, ~n. Jessica, Schoolboard election, is the last day to sign up or buy up Burglari~, Protection of Farm Equipmlmt, Chemical~, Livestock, Thompson were Crops and Materklls, ~'e'~l~n and Hannah Widget' day Ap ng_t~Y'"-l[" eY are Darren's nepheWevening Marlene Stone Tues , ril 1 Spring CrOPcall:]r sur=mce! Tuesday, March 18 . MaXstateE. Bttrks High7 9p.m. _aw_eddingreception forWhit as a wrote-m candidate. Citizens nenc= Mankato School Commons Tracy Walker N. Columbus. Jewel,. Kan. FICEE CHILI SUPPER BEGINS AT 6:30 P.IH[. Beverly 7rest, Esbon, 785 428 3644 Please RSVPto ~son, Pawnee Wooten and This political ad paid for by Tracy Walker Jewell County Farm Bureau Office by Friday, March 14 ;f'o~tn, Burr Oak, and Gloria :~=:Chlaefli, Ionia. Lisawasa P~om is close ~[;~ ~. Paul Hutchinson were tw~atgl~t guests of Tanya and ~lY;~''~dynch;Lincln'Neb'Tanya JEWE L MPLEME Company, Inc. Sunday, March 30 Schedule your ~~ of Vera Dye the t~118~ I~ Highway i4 Jewell, Kan, ~ ;, past week E =.~_ Gayla S15 cost of trip jt!ljl~aB ,,,,==,.,,,,=.. Office:785-42&3262.TollFre1.877-428-3261 . Smullins, Stratton, t~:"J~.~.ney,Janice, Melissa, Lacey "' (Casino pay-back-S 1 51 tuxedo howl w 'r "m m"em Ter r~'~sm~laWard, Bob Dye, Beatrice, The revolutionaryCaselH Ma.xxi-Wid~~p--~-~~an~?s Fort Randall Casino Np Monday - Saturday during the life of the sweep, you ge! consistant overlap. Made from Earth Metal Sunday mad Monday 9a.m. to 5:30 p.m. allay steel for long wear and improved toughness. Thursday July 27 and 28 ,am,oOp.m ,.,,.. ~ts'r~'MTg'1"~wr"drR15Td'r .~ rue girl's basketball toured- I~rlptkm , , Ust Pri~ Sale P~e $390. !~.a.t_Urday. Their daughter and $ 75 per cou,~el-'~ 1547097C2 MaxxhWkllth Field Cultivator Sweep 7.1/2"x1/4" $-3.51 15470~C2, $4.13 $3.72 " :lPugnter, Jamie Harvey played ia~arn from Dodge City. ~eth,Paul and Mitchell Olson. ~ Were Weekend guests of her erbert and Carolyn Alley. ~k e .Hanson, Oak, and Zelda an0 dinner at a Superior cafe later in Zelda's home. dkland l~rna Wilton visited . =mast Foster, Clay Center, ~ursday. Betty is a cousin of itS_' Gerald and Jacqueline ~Lue ug and Pat Boyles, Dana i~ Uaybert, Wichita, Bryan, ~1%B21~, What,andAlisn lataS ,,,y turner nan dinner m..,n uperior cafe. LaterWhit ,~ pened their wedding gifts. ~u and Loma Wilton, Kenneth i:ll~l%~an and the Rev. David ~a',~rand Island, had Sunday ~uperior cafe. ii~J~aY evening, Dr. Kenneth and v~uOrnpson, Guide Rock, hosted i ;or business. Utilities For more information call ~Weil City Office _at.'t I ~3600 _ I Williams Your Way Travel Roberta Holdren 785-428-3335 FILING DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 15 SUNDAY, MARCH 16 50% pe.Az r Fo. mzv.e ro e JEWELL COUNTY APPRAISER'S OFFICE HOURS: 8:30 A.M. TO NOON AND 1 TO 4:30 P.M. PHONE: (785) 378-4000 ~/"~ rt l~vvtt~df~ :125 N. Central, Superior .jL)t./tl/tW.,I/t b 402 879-3721 "Home of the the Perfect Fit" I I I NOTICE OF LEASE LETTING TO INTERESTED PARTIES The City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, the owner of the following described real estate located in Jewell County, KanSas, to wit: Lots One (1) through Twenty-three (23), beth inclusive, and Lots Twenty-five (25) through Twenty-seven (27), both inclusive, in Block Eleven (11 ), The Johnson Addition to City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas. Said lease shall be for cash payment, and shall be from March 1,2003 to December 31, 2003. Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the City Administrator of Mankato, Kan.,-until 12'.O0 Noorl, Wednesday, March 19, 2003. Interested parties may obtain copies of the proposed lease at the Mankato City Office. The City of Mankato reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ,Maxxl'Wldth Field CultMltor Sweep 9"x1/4" 1547109C1 Maxxl-Wldth Chisel Sweep 16"x1/4" (~'st~ ~) $7.51 $6.76 ~'Adva~10"@manufactudng technology make Earth metal cltsk blades | tougher thd~ ~ng Lo the field, up to 60% stronger than ordinary, straight rolled | s!eet blad,e~Sadfl up to 200 longer-lasting than conventional blades. 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