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JE3NELL COUNTY RECORD Leader's ;tive By Clay Aurand the Cover- offered the amendments to March 25. tobacco acceleration: proposes the sale of worth of bonds to be in the State General Fund. those bonds would be from receipts. However. ,'is a possibility the tobacco funds materialize. tax accelerator. The Gov- moving up the second taxes one month. This create many problems for those well as banks and t financial institutions that would tore-calculal,c monthly payments. The Governor proposes that could yiek! $3(1 the general fund in 2004 and or more in 2005. tax amnesty. The Gov- ,r believes that l,he amnesty pro- yield as much as $5 million and $15 in 2004. Governor also proposed re- Kansans who make quarl,erly tax payments to make those monthly from individuals md shortening the l,wo- I lag in severance tax payments :month. This could create m~jor srnall businesses as well. nfurtuuately, her plan is based on and asking people to pay their a monl,h early. It appears the is phmning to move l,he tri- te the other without 3roblem. l,he House passed SB makes major changes m the ,g to penal- possession of illegal drugs. establishes a non-prison sen- e or sanction of mandatory drug Ireahnenl,. ly, SB 123 amends the cur- sl,atues related Io drug tor non-violcnl, offenders. SB 123. drug addiction treat- Y must options for a continuum of necessary for recovery. orcom- ,y while in treatment, and must serve the full ,n the penitentiary. In addi- who rnamffacl,ure, distrib- IX}sses drugs with intent to sell, a fehmy history are not lor probation and mandatory It stands now, our CUlTenl ap- tuward stopping drug abuse is rag. Currently, other states y have had a signifi- y passing simi- bills. Therefore, as stopping our current drug le House cl)gse to gi ve pref- y treatment over 4-H members 'bake, take' gWork- participated in the 2003 Day last Saturday. es made cookies, and breads for 14 friends, citizensand families Courtland and Superior. md Take Day is a national aturdayin March ing and commu- Thursday, April 3, 2003 Daniel Pierce (left), Jewell, and Kyle Pierce, Mankato, were in Topeka recently where they were pages for House Majority leader Clay Aurand, representative of the 109th District. Also pictured is Governor Kathleen Sebelius. Daniel is the son of Henry and Kim Pierce and Kyle's parents are Jeff and Cathy Pierce. Burkhart gets FItSU scholarship Voters cast their Brandy Burkha/1, Mankalo High School, accepl,ed a $400 Bronze Aca- ballots Tuesday demic Award from [:err Hays Slate University at a student recognition pro- gram recently at Beloit. Her parcrfls are Pat and Bruce Burkhart, Mankato. Mankato places four on NCK all star team Ross Jeffery, Jason Stewart and Trevor Elkins played in the North Cen- lral Kansas All-Star game Sunday at Cloud County Community College, Concordia. Players from l,he area were selected to play by Shawn Ellis, CCCC assis- tant men's basketball coach. Players were divided into a black team and a white team. Coaches for the two teams were Darrell Kelly, Bcloit High School boys' basketball coach and Brian Gorlnley, Saline Sacred Heart boys' basketball coach. The boys played two 24-minulc halves. There was lots of offense in the boys" game. The white team defc[aed the black lean] I 19- 100. Ross Jeffcry scored I I points and handed out 4 assists for the black team. Jason Stewart came up with 5 points, 5 rebounds and 5 blocked shots for the black l,eanl. Trevor Elkins scored 13 points for the while Lean]. Girls' results Berth Gillcl,l, scored 8 points for the white team which won 86-78 over l,he black team. The girls played l,wo 20-minutes halves. -v .... II I Monday, Apt!! 7 to I~" ay,..April n tli ~, ff Food Drop 0 Locatuons Jewell County Elementary Schools and City Libraries SPONSORS ECC Council ]ewell County Resource Council lewell County Parents As Teachers ii I I NOTI(:E )F LEASE LETTING TO INTERESTED PARTIES Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, the owner of the following described real estate located in Jewell County, Kansas to wit: in the West One-half of Section Sixteen, Township Range Eight West of theSixth Principal Meridian, (W 1/2 Sec. 5th P.M.) Jewell County, Kansas, lying north, east and south Golf course, and containing 139 acres more or less, offers ;hall be for cash payment and shall be for the er grazing season. (Coill,inued from Page I ) seven. Shirley Dove, five, Wade VanMel,er two and Lisa Boyles two. Three school districts elecl,ed mem- bers. For USD 104, the White Rock dis- trier, James Reed received 35 votes for position two. Lesa Peroutek received 40 votes for position l,hree. Bill Wilson received 65 votes fl)r posil,ion four. For position six Wanda Frasier garnered 49 votes and Curl, Boylcs 17. USD 278, Mankato, had an at-large position open. Mark Fleming received 236 votes, Steve Spiegel, 235, Steven Little 217 and Tracy Walker 135. USD 279, JewelI-Randall, had lour positions to fill. Kristi Velter received 21 votes tor position one. Sherry Kosl,er 30 votes for position two and Chuck Gibson 42 w)l,es for position three. For the at-large position seven, Robic Smith received 72 votes, Allan Wanklyn, 62, and Patricia Waterman 39. Weight lifters flex muscles at Jewell Weighl, lifters from Jewell, White Rock, Pike Valley; St.John's and South- ern Cloud Friday at a weight meet at Jewell. Josh Shell,z, 132 lbs., White Rock, bench pressed 1 I 0 Ibs., power cleaned 130 Ibs. and squat lifted 180 Ibs. for a total of 420 Ibs. Mike Wanklyn, 156 Ibs., Jeweli, benched 185 Ibs., powered 195 Ibs. and squatted 260 lbs. tbr a total of 640 Ibs. Jason Shipley, 165 Ibs., White Rock, benched 150 Ibs., powered 150 Ibs. and squatted 220 Ibs. for a total of 520 Ibs. Richard Shamburg, 181 Ibs., Jewell, benched 225 Ibs., powered 225 Ibs. and squatted 300 Ibs. for a total of 750 Ibs. Chris Hancock, 181 Ibs., White Rock, benched 170 lbs., powered 180 Ibs. and squatted 320 Ibs. for a total of 670 Ibs. Patrick Faulkner, 198 Ibs., Jewell, benched 210 Ibs., powered 205 Ibs. and squatted 290 lbs. for a total of 705 Ibs. Caleb Ramsey. 220 Ibs., Jewell, benched 210 Ibs., powered 200 Ibs. and squatted 290 Ibs. lor a total of 700 Ibs. Milch Mau, er, 220 Ibs., Jewell, benched 155 Ibs., powered 155 Ibs. and squatted 205 Ibs. for a total of 515 Ibs. Megan Boyles, girls' lightweight division, benched 55 Ibs., powered 75 Ibs. and squatted 145 Ibs. for a total of 275 Ibs. In the girls' medium weight divi- sion, t, auren Jeffery, White Rock, benched 115 Ibs., powered 135 Ibs. and squatted 215 lbs. for a total of 465 lbs. and Robyn Konen, White Rock, benched I t0 Ibs., powered 125 Ibs. and squatted 195 Ibs. for a total o1:430 lbs. Ashley Lienberger, Jewell, benched 80 Ibs., powered 90 Ibs. and squatted 180 Ibs. Ibr a total of 350 Ibs. Two fools meet When one runs anotlaer's life and the othet:.permils it. The Athens Cemetery Board will hold their yearly meeting on Thursday, April 10 7p.m. at the Bill Eberle home north of Glen Elder i, : ' Save s3!zts ~.~Rent the Rug Doctor for March 26 through April Kier's Thriftway 115 W. Jefferson St., Mankato, Kan. 785,378-3192 ill The City of Mankato is taking applications for a Park Grounds Maintenance employee for the 2003 sea- son. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office 202 E. Jefferson Mankato, Kan., 66956 Completed applications need to be returned to the same address by no later than Monday, April 7. For ~ information contact the City Office, 785-378-3141. All bids shall be for a total, annual stated dollar amount 12-~ b with no reference to any other bid. ' ..... ids will be received in the Office of the City Administrator of Kansas until Noon on Tuesday, April S. Interest parties may. obtain the prt )osed lease at the Mankat.o City Office. The uny el ManKato the rig t to reject any or all bids. Ill EWELL IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. dewell, Kan. 785.428,3679 Office: 785-428-3262 Toll Free: 1-877-428-3261 E-maih jewellimpl@www.ebservice.net ,,,~,,r~.u,.. Serving North Central Kansas Over 30 Years IH 1200 8RN planter ..~ ........... , ...... ....... DEMO MODEL! 3ase IH 900 8RN, With dry fert.. ............................. JUST IN! 800 6RN (lhyd and 1 PTO), CHOICE ......................... $4,000 gallon, 48-foot booms ...................... JUST IN! Spray Coupe, 50 ........................................ $8,500 Case IH 9350, with powershift ........ .- ........ ..... . ............. $81~500 Case IH 8930 MFD With 18.4 X 46s -,:,.... .... , ...... ...... CALLI Case IH 7140 MFD with dual PTOs, .,.... ................... $42,500 Ford 276 with Iotsof extras, NICE '. ....... . .... Z ............ $39,500 Case IH 2388 With 1,000 sep. hours .............. ........... , ............. case IH 2188 with 900 sep. hours ............... ~ ............... ' .......... Case IH 2188 with 1,500 sep. hours ....................................... 1020, 22 1/2-foot Flex Header ............................... $11,250 1020, 25-foot Flex Header ..................................... $13,000 trailer 1999 .............. , .................... $16,500 5-inch with harrow, nice .................. , .... $5,500 disk, 24,foot, 10-inch with 9-inch space.. .................... $3,500 loader with grapple fork ........ : ........................... $6,000 Greg Wilson, owner 2002-2003 Superintendent'~, Principal's Honor Roll All-Academic Sen/ors.'Brandy Burkhart, Andrea Cortez, Honor Roll Daniel Eitert, Beth Gillett, Markus Heiser, Sen/ors:Angela Jensen, Moriah Wagner. Ross Jeffery, Jason Lamp, Royce Morrelt, Sophomores.'Sasha Roe, Felicia Peters, Jason Stewart, Elizabeth Wilson. E/gala Grade.'Brandi Jensen, Cassaundra Ost, Robed Wilson. Seventh Grade.'Shaun Davis. Superintendent's Honor Roll Seniors." T~fany Jensen, Kyle Lawrence, Bethany Melby, Casey Newell. Juniors.' Jenna Bleecker, Nicole Jeffery, Reba Liggett, Ericka Melby. Sophomora.'Sara Christie, 'Jason Flavin, JennaLee Harns. Freshmen:Jason Nelson, Jessice Sudermann. E/ghth Grade." Nickolas Bedford, Autumn Loomis, Crystal Mitchell, Abby Newell, Alan Wagner Seventh Grade.'Cody Eaton, Lara Neilson. Chase Warner. Juniom.'Cortney Alexander, Ciara Collins, Shawna Robbins, Gayle Wilson. Sophomores:Amanda Black, Tanya Buser, Socorro Fernandez, ,lad Jeffery, Stuart Jensen, Melissa Morrell, Nickdas Newetl, Joseph Ranstead, Tamara Roe@, Meghan Warne, Jennifer Waugh, Kayla Zadina. Freshmen.'Matthew Backer, Perry Colson, Brooke Diamond, Jessica Eaton, Tracy Everhart, Cortney Jeffery, Jared Nelson, Eric Ost,'Heather Ost. _Rghth Grade.',&.dam Badger, Tanner Bartholomew, Levi Behl, Nell Bonjour, Paul Jensen, Aaron Melby, Chyla Stafford, Dustin Waite. Seventh Grade.'Patrick Christis, Neal Jeffery, Rory McSpadden, Kad Neilson, Lee Simon, Joshua Sudermann. From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent Prevent procrastination Procrastination is a problem for many people. A persistent effort be- comes necessary to overcome the atti- tude, since important projects are often put off, said Katey Walker, Kansas State University Research and Exten- sion family resources specialist. "People procrastinate for many rea- sons, such as lear of failure or even fear of success," Walker said. Spend some time thinking about if and why you procrastinate, and about the types of projects that you usually put off. Sug- gestions for coping with procrasl,ina- lion are the salami technique, the bal- ance-sheet method and new time man- agement habits. Salami technique: In its original state, salami is hard to handle and unappetizing. After the salami is cut into thin slices, it becomes manage- able and something to enjoy. Big projects should be sliced into small slices or instant tasks. Balance sheet method: On the left side of the paper, list all the reasons for procrastinating on a certain project. On the righL side, list all the benefits received with completion. Excuses are often feeble, Walker said, com- pared to a long list of benefits. Habit-change approach: work on a systematic approach to changing a habit. Procrastination is seldom re- lated to a single item, as if often be- comes an ingrained behavior pattern. It is important to take action to over- come procrastination and 3el realistic goals. When you put off work until l,omor- row, you put off profits until next week. The hardest task in life is to refuse to be tempted by false honors. The only way to get business IS to go after it and keep going after it. Rt. 1 Box 53 Jewell, Kan. 66949 785.428.3679 Greg Wilson, owner Principal's Jun/ors.'Lauren Jeffery. Sophomores." Angela Carman, James Carman, Nicholas Mizner. E/ghth Grade." Rachel Duffy, Stacie Sawyer. Sixth grade." Shelby Broeokel4mn, Tanner Peroutek. Honor Roll Sen~ors: Erin Carman, Robyn Konen, Sheree Kriley, Jeanell Tucker, Kerry Waugh. Juniors.'Benjamin Krausq. Sophomores: Megan Boyles. Frashmen.'Brant Bearrt, Stefanie Sawyer, Jason Shipley, Chelsea Windmuller. E/ghth Grade: Nathan Gardner, Ryan Waugh. Marieta Hauser, Kansas Farm Bureau representative, presents a program at Mankato Elementary School recently stressing farm safety. The program was presented at all county schools, Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Babies like 'open and shut' Sometime during the second half of your baby's first year, he or she will become interested in things that open and shut t ae way a door on hinges does. Here are some everyday objccl,s your baby mighl, enjoy exploring: an empty cereal box; hooks with card- board pages; empty spice tins; a piece of stiff paper folded m half with a smiling face drawn inside. Encourage hand washing Make a handwashing picture to put at your child's eye level near sink at home. Trace your child's hands; draw soap bubbles llying off them; cover with clear toni.act paper. Third Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2002- 2003 Seventh Grade." Matt Boyles, Amber Eakins, Cody Marihugh, Anya Thompson. Six/h Grade: Taylor FinneU, Kendra Knley. Honorable Mention Juniors:Ashley Cline, Malanie Kriley, Meggie Michels, Burgandy Schafff. Sophomores: Stuart Boyles, Kayla Duffy, Christopher Hancock, Samantha Nava. Freshmen., Tyler Cline, Stephanie McEntee, Joshua Sholtz. E/ghth Grade: Chad Modlin, Michael Tucker. Seventh Grade: Tyson Ca,away, Jordan Michels, Riley Sholtz, Lane Underwood, Daisy Volker. Sixth Grade.'Kristi Frasier, Aundrea Gardner, Nice Gardner. Farmway Credit Union Mankato April 6 through April 12~ WHITE ROCK Tuesday, April 8: High School Track at I)owns, 3 p.m. Thursday, April 10: Middle School Glen Elder Track at Beloit, 10.'30 a.m. Friday, Aprtl I I: High School Jewel/Inviuttional Track Meet at Beloit. 3 p.nr MANKATO Tuesday, April 8: Junior ttigh Track at Snlith Center. Kejtsington hlvitational, 2 p,m Thursday, April 10: Junior High Track at Beloit. Glen Elder htvitational. Friday, April I ly High School Track at Beloir Jewell hwitationaL 3 p.m. JEWELL Thursday, April 10: Junior High Gh, n EMer Track meet at Beloit. 9:30 a.m. Friday, April I I: Jewell hwitational Track meet at Be/oit, 3 p.nr Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, OffiCial ChtCks, Amei'icai~ Express Tr~vel Checks Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in BeloiL Voice Response Unit. Internet Member Access.~ i i II ii I FREE TRANSPORTATION TO Salina Regional Health Center for mammograms Contact Jewell County Rural Health Clinic at (785) 378-3511 to schedule a mammogram and a seat on the bus (Bus runs the 2nd Thursday of the month) i ...., : < I Local Pick Point Lobb at Jewell County Hospital at 8 a.m. If unisured or have a high deductible and moderate income sign up for a FREE mammogram. All transportation exp~nses paid for by a grant from the Avon Foundation Breast Care Fund TONE NG, LLC Call us for all your: I Seeding Spraying i Fertilizing (up to lO gpa by air) Competitive chemical prices Barry Blackstone Superior, Neb. Airport 402-879-3006 Red Cloud, Neb. Airport 402-746-3550 Toll Free: 1-866-862-2426 We are striving to be your ultimate crop care specialists.