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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 20, 2003 ause News Accidents 11 at approximately 2:15 194 on US 36 four- '.west from Mankato, Joel was west bound driv- pickup, when hc at- turn. A 1993 Ford ve- ' John Peterson, Osborne, behind and thought ling right and started to rson ran into the vehicle. No injuries Accident investigated exceeded. $500. at approximately 7:10 Michael yn, Jewell, driving a 1968 was heading north east bound deer ;hway. No injuries ro- t investigated by 14 at approximate 11:30 a Jewell County road two files east ofJewell, , driving a 1999 on a county to back up. His into a 1989 Chevrolet 'Jack Wilson, Jewel l. were reported. Accident by Kim Ost. Damages approximately 6:30 anty road 150, four from US 36, Patsy A. mga 1992 Buick, was un- a deer that was crossing .Damages exceeded $500. investigated by Baird. No eeds Knight and Vida L. Knight Farms Inc.. that part 1/4 lying south Pacific Railroad right- I the west 47 1/2 rods of that 1/2 SW 1/4 lying south of right-of-way, in Section 2S, Range 9W; E 1/2 NE 1/4 SW 1/4 of nship 2S. Range 9W; 1/4 of Section 36, 9W. ght ght and Vida L. Knight, the Wylie L. Knight an undivided 1/2 interest in 1 and 2 in Block. I, Lots 4 2 and Lots 1,2, 3, 4.5, Block 3, all in Godfrey's Jan to the City of Burr Oak; t in and to all of of Section 2l. Township 9W; exceot a portion of livided 1/2 interest in and :tion 14, Township 5 acres; and n and to the NW 32, Township ided 1/2 inter- Lat part of the N I/2 of E 30 acres in Section p 2S, Range 9W; an undi- in and to the E 1/2 10, Township 2S, ri undivided 1/2 interest in the E 3/4 of the 1/4 of Section 22. Town- 9W; an undivided 1/2 to Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 in Block 3 and Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 in Block 8 and all of Blocks 4, 5, 6 and 7 in Drake's addition to the City of Burr Oak, except a tract of land. Wylie L. Knight and VidaL. Knight to Vida L. Knight and Wylie L. Knight as trustees of the Vida L. Knight Trust 1 an undivided 1/2 interest in and to Lots 1 and 2 in Block I, Lots 4 and 5 in Block 2, and Lots 1,2,3,4,5,8, 9 and 10 in Block 3, all in Godfrey's Third addi- tion to the City of Burr Oak; an undi- vided 1/2 interest in and toall of the NE 1/4 of Section 21,Township2S, Range 9W, except a portion of land; an undi- vided 1/2 interest in and to the NE 1/4 of Section 14, Township 2S, Range 9W, except 5 acres; an undivided 1/2 interest in and to the NW 1/4 NE I/4 of Section 32, Township 2S, Range 9W; an undivided 1/2 interest in and tothat part of the N 1/2 of NW 1/4, less theE. 30 acres in Section 22, Township 2S, Range 9W; an undivided 1/2 interest in and to the E 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 2S, Range 9W; an undi- vided 1/2 interest in and to the S 20 acres of the E 3/4 of the NE 1/4 NW 1/ 4 of Section 22, Township 2S, Range 9W; an undivided I/2 interest in and to Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 in Block 3 and Lots 4,5,6, and 7 in Block 8 and all of Blocks. 4,5,6, and 7 in Drake's addi- tion to the City of Burr Oak, except a tract of land; Lot 10 and the N 35 feet of Lot 9 in Block 1 in Godfrey'sThird addition to the City of Burr Oak and a parcel of land. Filed 3-18-03. Limited Civil Discover Financial Services, Inc., vs. lngrid Kirsten Hilt, Randall. Traffic Joel Glen Elkins. Mankato, no seat belt. failure to signal, $129. Paul E. Garst, Mankato, speeding, 84-65, $143. Troy D. Stmad, Formosa, no seat belt. $10. Linda A. Morgan. Saint Charles, Ind.. follow to close, $119 diversion. Heather D. Richardson, Superior, Nob., speeding, 76-55, $158. Local 4-H members attend conference Gaining a global and cultural out- look on life, more than 450 4-H mem- bers from six states gathered for the 2003 Kansas City 4-H Global Confer- ence March 12-15. At the ninth annual conference, Mark Peters, Randall; Brennan Boyles, Webber; and Cameron Shipley, Esbon; joined teens from Arkansas, Iowa. Kansas. Missouri, Nebraska and Okla- homa, to attend corporate tours, ser- vice learning projects and workshops. The sessions were designed to help delegates identify eme, ging.wcrk force needs;gain insight concerning the glo- bal work place and provide interaction with diverse ethnic groups. Sponsor~ from Jewell County were Elaine Peters, Randall, and Lisa Boyles, Webber. People are more willing to believe gossip when it concerns a rival. 14th & Burlington * Hastings, NE • 800-508-4629 City of Mankato has had to amend its Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. The amended report is available at the: City Office 202 E. Jefferson Mankato, Kan., 66956 or is available on the internet at kyways.lib.ks.us/towns/Mankato OYMENT OPPORTUNITY Unified School District No. 278 is accepting is for Junior High Chee'rleader Sponsor and Hi~]h ~=ader Sponsor. , "~~ 3n may be picked up from .,.;~ 1,, Superintendent at ~/{~- t St., Mankaio, Kan. ~" :~'3~ 66956, or by calling '~~ " (785) 378-3102 "~~.~ be Considered, all application~~'~"~/' oe received at the Superintendent's~ on or before March 31,2003 at Noon. "7"~ Mankato Unified School District No. 278 is an equal opportunity employer Sac-n Fox Casino Trip Sunday, March 30 S 15 cost of tr~p (Casino pay-back-S 151 i i Fort Randall Casino Trip Sunday and Monday July 27 and 28 $75 per couple Your Way Holdren * Jewell, Kan. ' 785-428-3335 A company representative shows the function of a microfilm reader-printer at the Mankato Library Open House Monday. Library board members hope to be able to purchase the machine, which will allow patrons to make copies of microfilm newspaper articles and other documents., DAR group views White House video MembersoftheDesireTobeySears erans names to/he state chairman for Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion were able to take a virtual visit of the White House when they viewed the video, "Within These Walls--A Visit to the White House," at the March 10 meeting. The video was produced for the White House Historical Association with an introduction was by Laura Bush and closing by President George W. Bush. Regent, Janelle Greene, presided at Korean War Veterans• A check was received for grocery labels. Faryl Lange reported sending 14 lap robes to Fort Dodge Veterans home and four pounds of cancelled stamps for veter- an~ rehabilitation. The registrar reported two applica- tions are pending. Brenda Dooley and Spafford will represent the chapter at State Conference. Dooley will vote as an alternate. An ad will be submitted to the OAR Newsletter portion of Amc~an the meeting at Alexander. Pat Czirr was'co-hostess. Pat Kemmerer, chaplain, presented scripture and prayer and Peggy Spafford presented the President General' s message. Other presentations were Sherry Koster, review of Message from the National Chairman of National De- fense; Alexander, constitution side- light; June Dempsey, Indian minute. Alexander reported sending 43 vet- the home of Dar, i,i,,,Spirit.Magazine alabirthday greeting in observation of Mary Boyd's 90th birthday. The next meeting is at St. Luke's Lutheran Church nearRandall. Roberta Holdren will tell of the history of S~. Luke's and the Rev. Steve Little will talk about "Pioneer Church Furnish- ings and Symbolism." Dooley, Corlene Lange and Sherry Koster will host the balance of the meeting at the Lions Den, Randall. Mankato Announces new business hoursH/ rl " Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to 5:90-p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday i (for after-hours emergency, call 785-648-0158) Thank you, Steve Christie I Prom is close Schedule your . tuxedo now! .9 aThU~od9aY.m. ~ 325 N. Central, Superior 402-879-3721 "Home of the the Perfect Fit" i TREASURER'S QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT City of Mankato, Kansas. For the period from July l, 21~02 to Dee.,c~ber 31, 2002. l 2 3 4 Old balances Receipts Disbursements New Balances Funds General i Librar~ Employee Benefits Noxious Weeds Sp. Law Enf. & Fire F_z[. Sp. St. Mt. & Recst. Bond & Ira. Sp.Mach Fund So. Hi~thwav Sp. Park & Recr. Water , Electric Sewer Solid Waste Economic Dev. Block Grant Fund Airport Imp. Electric Const. (last report) 30,113.43 2,596.57 4,351..55 5,009.23 8,478.76 3,660.78 5,622.98 0.00 22.085.96 985.63 (53,485•16) 13r888.10 42,358,93 7r985.67 54~267.69 0.00 9,573:15 ,, 0.00 Totals., 157,493.27 78,898.07" 5,141.71 13,517.20 131.94 0.00 377.59 0.00 14,149.8] 0.00 1561042.75 428~410.08 22r 186.64 2L636.52 29,713.26 12,000 0.00 0.00 782,205.57 (Warrants paid) 76~446.70 5,771.36 ! 6,355.48 1,587,50 0.00 0.00 12.708.35 0.00 78,505.96 381,322.86 19T441.65 22,975.00 3r004.62 12,000 0.00 0.00 630,l 19.48 Invested Securities-S3,038,377.63 l #us 2 minus 3), 32,564.80 1~966.92 1,513.27 3,553.67 8,478.76 4r038.37 5,622.98 0.00 2~,~27.42 9~5.63 24,051.63 60,975.32 451103.92 6~647.19 80~976.33 9t573.15 0.00 309,579.36 Mar/caret Colson, Treasurer ' " I ~" 1 II ] Ill I I I ~ ~ I~ I~t~. ,,., AdminlstralQG provide leadership, accomplish goals of Corporate Staff, have independent work experie~ kl a health care setting, and strong supervisow skill& RN license required. MOnitor home services, assessment of clients, on-site visits, and provide communication between staff, family and physicians. Positions with various shifts and hours availabk) state wide. Relocation expenses ava#ab/e Benefits for Health, Dental, Life, 401-K. Bonus• Profit Sharing, Vac ~ Holidays, Resumes: Craig Home,Care, PO. Box 2241, Wichita, KS 67201. Fax 316.264-0016 or call Sue Dresher 1-888-260-9988, I Mankato Library has open house Mankato City Library was the scene of an open house Monday. A demonstration was conducted of the microfilm reader-printer the board would like to purchase. Refreshments were served. New books in the Library are Bob Woodward's Bush at War," based on interviews with the President and top cabinet members. The book takes you through the process of the Afghanistan War. Other new books are Sandra Brown, Thrill of Victory; Barbara Dell, Sky Heart of the Night;, Nevada Barr, Flash- back. Library hours are Monday through Thursday, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. to lp.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to noon; Monday and Wednesday eve- nings 7 to 8:30 p.m.. Jewell County Ambulance report March 4: Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital. March 7: residence, Randall, to Mitchell County Hospital; Patient re- fusal. March 8: residence,Jewell, to Mitchell County Hospital; residence, Jewell, to Mitchell County Hospital; Jewell County Hospital to Republic County Hospital. March 9: Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital; residence, Mankato, to Jewell County Hospital; residence, Mankato, to Jewell County Hospital. March 10: Jewell Coutity Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney; residence, Jewell, to Mitchell County Hospital. March 11: Jewell County Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital; residence, Jeweil, to Mitchell County Hospital. March 13: Cloud County Health Center to Salina Regional Health Cen- ter. March 14: scene of accident, Jew- ell, to Mitchell County Hospital, Jew- ell County Rural HealthCiinic to Salina Regional Health Center. March 16: residence, Burr Oak, to Jewell County Hospital, Jewell County Hospital to Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings; Webster County Hospital to Mary Lanning Hospital• March 17: scene of accident to Jew- ell County Hospital, Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital• An honest laborer, when paid for work, gives himself to his work. FOR RENT Space available April 1 at Jewell Community Building for office or business. Utilities paid. For more information call the Jewell City Office at: 785-428-3600 DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Bay -- Sill -- Tmd~ Open by appoinb-nent or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web 4-H News ii Willing Workers hold model meeting for;',D°Yas°t know what, thai4-Hs stand • he focus of t e program, presented by Jacki Bouray at the re- cent meeting or Willing Workers 4-H Club. Jacki presented a 4-H ceremony explaining the Hs stand for head, heart, hands and health. President Jami Bouray conducted the March 12 meeting at the Formosa Fire Station, and JoAnna Jonson led the flag salute. Kristin Underwood, Mankato FFA Advisor, evaluated the meeting. Jackie Jonson called.the roll which was "How many times will you get pinched.'?" in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Six mem- bers, two Cloverbuds, three leaders and a guest were present. Jackie gave the secretary report and reported on the letter from the Kansas 4-H Foundation and showed the club Bronze Gavel ribbon• Jackie Jonson gave the treasurer's report and JoAnna Jonson gave the reporter's report. Club leaders, Elaine Clark and Theresa Bouray gave their reports. JoAnn Jonson reported on the 4-H Council meeting and McCaela Nelson gave the labels committee report. The club families will participate in Bake and Take Day on March 22, and will continue collecting aluminum tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. A group from the club delivered tabs to a Ronald McDonald House in Wichita. Ashley Moody led singing. Jackie Jonson presented a project talk about photography• JoAnna Jonson gave a leadership demonstration on goals. Jackie Jonson led the club in a parliamentary lesson, "So you are on a committee." McCaela led recreation. Clarks were hosts. The next meeting is April 9. Everyone is invited to 4-H Fun Night on March 29 at Mankato High School. Jewell County Junior I f,~ .... : Leaders meet April 6. The Courtland Art Show is April 13. A thank you note was signed by photography project members for Elaine's sister, David and Diane Dolinar, for allowing us to stay with them during the Wichita Garden Show. Jacki placed third in the intermediate photography judging contest. Jacki, Jami and Jackie were on the Jewell County team that placed seventh. JoAnna was on the senior team that placed 24th. 4-Hers compete at garden Show Several 4-I'~ photographers from Jewell County attended the 4-H Photo Extravaganza at the Wichita Garden Show recently. The Jewell County senior team placed 24th out of 151 teams, consist- ing of 151 individuals. Individual placings were JoAnna Jonson 36th, Scott Dooley 87th, Sarah Bauman 135th, and Clara Collins 136th. The intermediate age team placed seventh out of 53 teams, with Jaeki ' Bouray placing third, Jami Bouray 13th, Jackie Jonson 107th, and Callie Boyles 116th out of 140 individ~hls. The photographers could have their photos evaluated by a professional, take photos of garden show exhibits, attend workshops and judge~photos. Photos taken during the garden show may be submitted tube critiqued. Some of the photos will be chosen to feature in publicity for next year's 4-H event and the garden show. Common sense is a quality many people fail to understand. 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