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Commissioners Jewell County Commissioners met jointly recently With/:ommissioners from Smith and Osborne counties Mtmday at Mankato. Put ;W,~ of the meetiug was to dis- :ussitcms pertainingto county opera- qons and to share information. Items d i sc ussed included road and bridge problems, HHW, HiPPA and cooperative agreements. The next joint meeting was set for May 19 at Osborne County. In addition to the joint meeting, Jewell County comntissioners con- ducted regular commissioner business. Jim Vaughan, solid waste director reported these items: Requirement Ibr the HHW certi- fication had been contpleted. Stun Slaughter recycling program was to be held Friday, put on by state of Kansas for all fifth and sixth grad- ers and the public. oSemi-annual billing will be sent out April I. Jim Foster, general superintendent, discussed road, bridge and personnel problems. Linda Woerner, public health adminstrator, presented an amendment to the formal agreement between area county commissioners for bioterrorism preparedness and re- sponse; communicable disease sur- veillance and follow up. The com- missioners agreed to have this amend-" ment signed. Doris Erlich, American Red Cross, requested March bc designated as Red Cross Month. The new slogan for the red cross is "Together Wc Prepare." The commissioners signed this proc- lalnali(m. Osborne County Commissioner Kiper talked about a supreme court decision which aflL'cts the connnis- sioners authority over elected ofli- ciats. Kiper is on a board which is trying to lind a solution to this prob- lem. Darrell Miller,xounty attorney, met with t!le commissioners to discuss the proposed road and bridge department I I-hour work day and the postage machine.lease. Swank Courtland presents annual artI show The Courtland ,~rt Guild 34th An- nual Spring Show ks~pril 13 from I to 4 p.m. at the Pike V~ley School Gym, Courtland i The event is sponsored by the'art guild and is open to t~ public. Entries are needed. Divisi~,ns are amateur, professional and youth. The youth division is open to }'oulh under 18. Classes are oil, acrglic, watercolor, mixed media, pastel(colored pencil, ink, charcoal, pottery, sculpture, stained glass, photography, graphic art and painting on an unusual surface includ- ing glass, rock and w(x)d. Entries must be brought lo Pike Valley Grade School between 9 and I I a.m. on Saturday, April 12. The public is invited to the show and admission is free. The Kansas Postcard Series will bc on display at the Main Street Art Cen- ter, Courtland. The best way to win an argument is to exhibit patience and self-control. It's very difficult, at limes, to know what a man thinks by what he says. Severe Weather Awareness Meeting Friday, April 18 Jewell County Courthouse Meeting Room The publ/c /s /n v/ted/1/" i i i i i i ii ii i ~w Rt. 1 Box 53 Jewell, Kan. 66949 785-428.3679 Greg Wilson, owner ell Jr. and Sr~ High 3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2002-2003 Superintendent's Honor Roll (4.000 GPA) 12th Grade:Laceyea{tsch, ScottDooley, Patrick Faulkner, Joel Knarr, Hank Kummer, Erik Schaper, Megan Shatton 10th Grade: Jacob Greene, Mitchell Matter, Caleb Ramsey, Bradley Relier Grade: Kristin Bolte, Emily Burgess, Savannah Myers 8th Grade: Joshua Smith 7th Grade: Anthony EUert, Nash Smith, 6th Grade: Shelby Barrett, Kirsten Herrnreck Principal's Honor Roll (3.0 tO 3.99 GPA) 12th Grade: Sarah Birdsell, Tracy Bohned, Shannon Snell, Jonah Stafford, Kdsty Winkeb ,, i 11th Grade: Julie Heel, Howard Panek, Jaime Sanborn 10th Grade: Justin Angleton, Chandra Brey, Laura Butts, Tessa Douglas, Darcie Gibson, Ashley Lienberger, Lisa Schwerman, Michael Wanklyn, Amy Waterman, Megan Wilson 9th Grade: Justin Kemmerar 8thGrade: Emily Brey, Craig Duskie, Zachary Gibson, Devin Jones, Crystal Peck, Cecilia Reiter, David Reiter, Michelle Snell,' Ashton Wilson 7th Grade: Tegan Boland, Sierra Koster, Brock McMillan, Katelyn Peters, Cooper Wilson 6th Grade: Marcus Bolte, Rebecca Heel, Alya Houghton, Matthew McMillan, Evan Raiter, Douglas Ruped, Richard Stephens i Irl II h, ,,, r , r ,, r SUNDAY, APRIL 6 " 1 P.M. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION DON'T LET STRESS "TAX" YOUR SYSTEM so that we may introduce our office to any new patient. We offer this break .(; 10,40 FOR ALL SERVICES RENDERED Bring in your rabbits', chickens, cats, dogs, goats, sheep, horses, cattle, pigs, guineas, ducks, birds, etc. Pens available. EAST EDGE OF SUPERIOR, NEB., 0N HWY. 8 For details call Larry McCord, 402-879-3082 or I Bob Danehey, 402-756-4276 111! Swank is world free throw champ Micah Swank, 9, son of David and Molly Swank, Wichita, earned the honor of 2003 World Biddy Basket- ball Free Throw Champion by shoot- ing 56 out of 60 free throws at the World Biddy Basketball Tournament for 8 and 9 years olds at Thibodaux Civic Center, Thibodaux, La. He is a member of the Wichita West All Star team coached by his father, David Swank. The Wichita West team took sec- ond place in the double elimination tournament. Micah led his team throughout the tournament in scoring and was named one of the All-Ameri- can players at the end of tke tourna- ment. There were 16 teams represent- ing Kansas, Louisiana, and Indiana. Accompanying Micah to Louisi- ana were his parents, his brother, Matt, sister, Anna, and his grandparents, Jerry and Alice Kinsey, Mankato. While in Louisiana they took a Cajun Swamp Tour and went to New Orleans to the aquarium. Matt Swank, I 0, played in the World Biddy Basketball Tournament Ibr 10- I 1 year olds in Wichita earlier in the month. He competed in the Around the World (3 point shooting) competi- tion: His grandparents, Alice Kinsey, Mankato, and Jim and Karen Swank, Hutchinson, and his aunt, Alison Noller, Hays, attended the tournament. III II Mankato Barbara Thomas and daughter, Debbie and Kevin Allton and children, visited Barbara's daughter, Lisa Sorcnscn in Vermilion, S.D. They also visited to the zoo in Omaha. Cbet and Virginia Hanson called on Bert and Audrey Diamond. Weekend guests of Robert and Vonda Wakefield were daughter Cristia and husband Jason McKay, and grand- children Jessie and Colby, Moundridge. Moriah Wagner won the Kansas Junior Miss program at Bclleville Sat- urday night. Visitors Saturday at the Dale and Jeanne Freeman home were Bill and Sue Foster, Marion, and Brian Murray and Angela Wunderle, Wocxlland Park, Colo. A new front is being put on the Farm Bureau Office. Forrest Dewey is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kitterman, Over- land Park. visited Opal Lamb. Thursday, April 3, 2003 | Winners of the cultural arts contest at the Jewell County Spring Tea are (from left) Nola Bess Atwood, Annabelle Keeler, Irene Brainard, Jane Jacobs, Ruth Hobelman, Doris Worm and Opal Todd. Montrose spring tea features vintage quilts Quilts as messengers fi)rthe Under- ground Railroad during the Civil War was the program, presented by Beverly Kindler, Norton, lbr the Jewcl l County Spring Tea recently at the Montrose United Methodist Church Parish House. Kindler, a retired home extension agent, researched the topic and had prepared posters of the various quill block patterns and the messages they represented when need by operators of the Underground Railroad to assist escaping slaves. Students from Mankato High School presented musical numbers. Amanda Black played a clarinet solo and Jenna Bleecker presented two pi- Fernandez Jewell Chamber of Commerce MeetsMonaay, A ril 17 7 p.m. Jewell Community Center Reservations needed by Wednesday, April 9 EFFECTIVE APRIL 7, 2003 Republic County Hospital cannot, under privacy regulations, post names of patients on hospital directories or provide news media with patient names for publication or radio announcement. To obtain information on a patient, you must contact the Hospital and provide the patient's name; if the patient has agreed to disclosure, the request for general information will be honored. ii i I _ Jfop into Springtime... ;/M~nand ladies colognes and perfu'rfies t ~ \ .,~/~ ~ ( Russell Stover Candy ~_~ ~ ~.... ' Easter Candy /' "'d~-'~ .... ~-- Easter Cards >---""" MANKATO PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY and SOLOS. Theme lot the event, "A Stitch in Time." was carried out with antique sewing supplies, handmade linens and sewing baskets as table decorations for the noon salad luncheon. Winning grand clmrnpion ribbons it} the cultural arts contest were Annabelle Kecler, photography; Irene Brainard, crocheted baby afghan; Jane Jacobs, needlepoint; Doris Worm, wooden lantern and Ruth Hobelman, quilt; Reserve champions were Nola Bess Atwood. crocheted doily; Opal Todd, plastic canvas; and Nola Bess Atwood, quilt. Janet Elwood, For- rodeo, judged the entries. Gold scale Ior club accomplish- ments were presented by Deanna Sweat, extension agent, to Webber 125 N. Commercial St., Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 i FOR OUR ANNUAL 1040 DAY Homemakers, Odessa Homemakers, Montrose Modern Homemakers, Friendly Corners and Town and Coun- try. Friendly Corners club has dis- banded. Recently deceased members were honored with a moment of silence. The offering of $38 will be used Ior aca- demic scholarshq~s. Sweat anmmnced coming activi- ties, including area rect)gniti,m day, April 24, Concordia; area spring workship, Manhattan, April 3 and health lair, April 3 and 4. Fernandez 'tumbles' way to gold medals Melissa Fernandez, Eudora, grand- daughter of Wayne and Judy Dunn, and niece of Diana Webb, all of Man- kate, competed in the USAG Kansas State Gynmastics competition recently in Wichita. Melissa won state champion gold medals in balance beam. floor aqd all- around, and silver medals in the vault and uneven bars. Her all-around score was 36.45 out of a possible 40 points. Melissa is one of 19 participating at level nine m Kansas. Levels four through six are compulsory with par- ticipants performing the same routines. Levels seven through 10 are uptional levels with parttcipants oboe.sing the .musm and choreography. Elite level partimpants are those eligible to par- ticipate in Olympic eve nts. Melissa works at the gym 22 hours a week. This spring and summer she will be trmmng as a level 10. She will be in Norman, Okla., April 4 through 6 to compete in the Region Ill USAG meet. The top 15 gymnasts in Region 1II will represent Kansas at the National Westerns USAG meet April 25 to 27 in San Diego, Calif. This will be the hignesl level of com- petition to achieve as a level 9. Moran announces sign-up dates for disaster assistance Congressman Jerry Moran an- nounced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has established sign-up dates for drought assistance. The sign-up for the Crop Disaster Program, which will reimburse farm- crs or ranchers for qualifying losses in either 2001 or 2002, will begin June 6, with payments made shortly thereaf- ter. "Kansas farmers can now go to their bankers and make some solid plans for the future," Moran said. "Although we would like to see the assistance come sooner, guidelines are now in place for this disaster assis- tance to be distributed". The Agricultural Assistance Act of 2003 will provide $3.1 billion in drought aid for U.S. farmers and ranch- ers. It =s esumated to bring over $200 million to Kansas farmers who have been struggling through multiple years of drought. The USDA has also announced they are issuing refunds to eligible Kansas producers who were penalized last year for haying or grazing acreage enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. This provision, supported by Moran, bvill provide reTuhds of $16A million to producers natkm-wide. Last year some producers were assessed a 25 percent reduction in their CRP rental payments for emergency haying and grazing on CRP lands. "The limited availability of grazing land, coupled with high feed costs, left Kansas producers with few options lor feeding livestock during this year's dry conditions," Moran said. "Now they can recoup this cost." White Rock Kindergarten Screening A kindergarten screening will be offered by the White Rock Schools on: Thursday, April 17 beginning at 8:20 a.m. The screening/s for all children who will be #ve years old on or before August 31, 2003 Screening will be conducted at White Rock Elementary School in Burr Oak, Kan., by Jane Rose, School Psychologist; Deb Wame, Speech Clinician; County Health Nurse: and Pare Dodd Kindergarten Teacher. The screening will include speech and language, heanng, vision and cognitive and motor coordination assessment. Immunizations will be reviewed; therefore, parents are asked to bring their child's immunization records, birth certificate and social security number on the day of the screening. A kindergarten physical is also required and may be attained at Jewell County Rural Health or your own personal doctor's office. Parents in the Burr Oak and Esbon communities are encouraged '" to contact Therese Frost at 785-725-3222 or 888-383-3220, before qA