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Thursday, April 10. 2003 JEWELL COUNTY ~__ 1_ t !11 I II III Burr Oak ~y Anna Belle Grubbs ,i i,i -- The mail nmst go through, or so v, c ~c :tt,,vays been ted to believe, But halt lgli'l necessarily so. As you've m~iccd, lhe Burr Oak News has missed bcmg in scvcrai limes lately. It isn't n~y lauh: il isn't the fault of the paper )Iii,:c h's tile mail. tb,~i I)alford and Midge Oliver al- :u~alcd a t)mlw, recital lorCrystal Bonin iu I ){ .,lficT, Neb. Crystal is their great- Y}}CCC Aah Wilson attended the K-State i:,tuc,,I~im A~ards 13anquet and din- ~ v, id~ hi~ daughter, Haley, tit Man- iHHHI AiK:n trod Rose Lewis and Kris v. ci. I iiday evening guesls of Max nd Jane l .cwis Io help Jaue celebrate hcrbt+dMay. Hazel Kolbandl+arkie '+,:~II~, v v+crc blulwh guests. 3.{ Hcc!la Ost called on (]ene and 1 :m c aim Kayle Barnes were over- ~wh) u, st>,olCliffand (]lcnny Barnes. ('till a+id l)anny Barnes each took Bit1 b:~l+a ~lnd Warren White fresh caught ii.Jl+ d! cleaned and ready to fry, M+ and Mrs. Doug Fraiser, Jason, ( :alch and Ben Krause attended tile K- Stulc Satiua open house and viewed .!:,h > c,;hibit ot+a fuel cell dcmonstra- liOII Hlid Ills B:lha Car, which Josh and ihL tLflti t'lub will be rucing in Utah ill ::Igt~ %~,,,:ku Flaiser, l.awrcnce, and t {!>~c. ( ':u l;C+, I..cbanon,joined the group *h,i~ d:'~ ;lts~. In the evemng all watched i!ie K( ba+kctball game arld had a iq,,za leg+fly at Josh's apartnmnt. \V~lic :rod Vida Knight both came h,.,iu~ InnnOniahalast week. Wylie had hccn m the hospital there, and \id: h++d stayed with their friend. Mrs. I x:b:~ Railsback, to be close tile hos- i+{taJ W:,lie C~lll get arouud in his ,,,. ha:! ,:hm. They were Sunday dinner !uu,J-, .>l ('ynlhia lind l)ennis Clark t() ~,+[cbl~dc I;lCi ('t;uk's birthday, but l.:~+ i ','.ax ~,mv,',cd in Lincoln, Neb., +, t~,~ u ',he g~es to college and couldn't ImiLc il h~+iuc+ l)crck Clark, Hays, and ,~, hlc\ I )iamond, Mankato, were also p !1(.'~, I -, (i{q!'vA (Jill'Ill,ill has been moved It,+Iu +,c It;tstings th)spital to Man- !3[{~ { I .ast week's news) Phil ;hid Trela Howard, Andover, '. i "dh'{I \Villlda Htlward. "l'hey had c(mle t~ atlcltd lhc Marly Raflerly i+uneral. Farmway Credit Union * .......... Mankato .~/,il 13 dtr(m@ April 19 WtlH'E R(ICK t uu,~t:i?,', April 15: Middh' School .l~ucl/~'c++'U;ll' Track at Ahmt,:;o 12 re+o,. Iligh School MANKATO 't u~,,~hn', Aplil 15: Iiigh School ] ~+ ~k uf tlcnHinxtotl, J p./H, /~'('HHin~lim IHvitationcll, lie:j+' .g'Lh)o[ (;r)#'&i), ApM 15: .~tailor tilth 1 ]u+a at Mankato, 12 noon. Stop by and let us help you with: Visu Cash Advances, Safe Deposit i?,~: xes, Money Orders, Official Checks, American Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, r~i~c, tocoDes, Fax Service, Check Cas!qng ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's m Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deduclions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit C,:;u~;setmg, Life Savings Insurance, Tre;~sury fax and Loan Depository, l)rive Thru m Betoit, Voice Response Unil. Internet Member Access.~ Betty and Harold Brown attended the gospel singing concert in Glen El- der. Hazel Korb was hostess, tothe Town and Country unit at a breakfast at the Burr Oak Cafe. Carrie Fry, Clay Center, was in town Thursday visiting friends. She had dinner at the cafe with Viola Crane, Ruth Oliver and Barbara Renner. Kathy Hollis and grandson and Ran Oliver, all of Woodward, Okla., were guests of their grandmother Dorothy Oliver. Craig Dewey has moved from rural Agra, where he has been employed the last several years, to St. Joseph, Mo. He will be herdsman for the University of Northwestern Missouri. Madeline McMains and Winnie McNichols were callers in the Gene Johnson home. Kermit and Sherry Chantland, Humboldt, Iowa, visited Warren and Barbara White on their way home alter spending the winter in Texas. Merl and Fern Reed and Vivian Reed went to WaKeeney visited Marcus, Debbie and Jacob Reed to help Jacob celebrate his third birthday. Saturday night was the annual Chris- lian Church soup supper and drawing for the quilt made by Edna Fogo and Peggy Wilson. John Huntsinger, Man- kalo, was the lucky winner. Tom Korb, Kansas City, visited his sister, Carol and Gary Garman. Droner guests of Dorothy Oliver were Irvin and Carl Peters, Bird City, Roy and Joyce Fullerton, Superior, and Richard and Midge Oliver. Hazel Korb was a luncheon guest of Jane Lewis. Dave and Alice Belden and Darrell and Nancy McCorkle went to a family dinner at Wayne Headricks in Supe- rior to help Mrs. Headrick,their mother, celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Dan Dempsey's parents fn)m Branson, Mo., were guests at the United Methodist Church Sunday morning. Marcclla Ost was hostess to coffee hour. Kerry Waugh received a I rating at the music contest in Concordia on her w)cal solo and will compete at state. Jane and Max Lewis, Allen and Rose Lewis and Kris, attended the flea market in Hastings. Kathleen Jeff cry received an award for outstanding local chairperson in Jcwell County Thursday night at the Junior Miss Contest in Belleville. Larkic and Ed Searcy and Marie Pinsou were Friday evening supper o ~.uests of Hazel Korb. Glenny Barnes was a guest in the JeffOrd home in Maywood, Neb. Jell' started a new job this week in Guide Rock. Diane and the boys will be moving there when school is out. Anna Belle Grubbs visitetl Geneva Garman Saturday in Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Others who have visited her, besides family, are Vivian Reed, Wihna Underwood, Norene and Doug Dietz, Carol Cosand, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cox and family, Court- land, and Tammy "Story. She's re- ceived several phone calls, one from a sister Rada Stantono Louisville, Ky., a niece Rada June Fogo, Atlanta, Ga., and one from nephew John McCormick, Denver, calling from California where he was playing golf. She is looking Iorward to coming home, in time lot the Mother-Daughter Ban- quet, She went to the first one 75 years ago and has never missed one. Kale Newell, Mankato, placed first at the USA Kansas Kids State WreMling Championship at the Kansas Expocentre March 30. He wrestled in the 10 and under 67 pound division. He wrestles for the Beloit Wrestling Club. He is in fourth grade at Mankato Elementary School and is the son of Shawn and Susan Newell. Amy Waterman, Jewell's 5' 9" sophomore, made the Pike Trail League all-league team for 2002-03 Protect children while they're online With a number of similarities to tile original Wild West, a new frontier has opened for American families in tile Iorm of the Internet. "1 compare the Interact to the Wild West in a numberlffways," said Chuck Smith, Kansas State University Re- search and Extension family life spe- cialist. "Both have similar players rang- ing from the painted ladies, street-cor- ner peddlers and local sheriffs. It is a mix of all people." Smith said parents can educate their families with sound consumer sense to tame the dangers of the "Wild West" for children. "Parents need to assert their author- ity with the use of technology," Smith said. "There are a lot of very bad people who do very had things, l~ver, parents can teach their childrel~ow to live in Ihe Wild West of the lnternet." More than 30 million of those younger than 18, or 45 percent of cMI- dren in the United States, use the Inter- net. Online services generally provide their subscribers with an enjoyable, safe and rewarding experience. How- ever, Smith said these companies can- not police everyone who uses their service. EFFECTIVE APRIL 14, 2003 Jeweli County Hospital cannot, under privacy regulations, post names of patients or residents on hospital directories or provide news media With patient names for publication or radio announce- ment. 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. Board Certified Health Care Pr Available Daily Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Coffages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies; Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Ca!deron, M,D ................................ Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ................................................................................. Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D ........................................................... : ................ Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N,P ............................................................... Family Practice Jewetl County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato 785-378-35i 1 14th & Burlin~;on Hastings, NE 800-508-4629 w iii ii i ii i Jewell County Hospital 100 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137 i i r i i ii i i i Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Jim and Marianne Schlatter. The Promise Keepers men's group sang, accompanied by Lynn Koops. Passage Sunday morning was He- brews 12: I- 11. Theme was 'Comfort- ing Discipline'. Passage Sunday evening was Romans 13~ 1,14. Theme was 'Is This War Just'. , Mr. and Mrs. John Ko0ps, Denver. Colo., are spending a few weeks in Kansas Happy birthday to: Linda Groenendyk, Apr. 7; Jesse Sumpter, April 9; Berend Koops, April 1 I. Happy anniversary to Jim and Ruth Tanis, April 7. We had a rain and snow show'er, around .85. Ionia By Roseanna Foster lU i lul i The Trinity United Methodist Church Women invited tile hmia women to their svpper at the church Thursday. An Easter Egg Hunt will be held at the church yard on Saturday. April 19, at 1 p.m. There will be an Easter Break- fast in the church Fcllowshi p Hall April 20 at 8:15 a.m. followed by the wor- ship service at 9:30. . Rosanne Foster received the news of lhe birth of a grandson, Isaac Alex- ander, horn to Chris aud Tim Foster at Rawlins, Wyo., on SatuMay. He has Iris mother, Tina's curly hair. Rex Henningsen watched grand- daughter, Cascy Henningsen, partici- pate in both the All Star Volleyball and All Star Basketball games at Salina Saturday Ilcnc Schnorr and Mark and'Fammy Schnorr, Wichita Falls, Texas, were weekend guests of Don and Ruby Suuon. Roger and Jamie Rooker. To- peka, also visited. Other callers were l.ola Hi llnlan and Rosmma Foster. l lene visilcd Frank and Pal Deimart. -Roger and Jamie Rookcr visited Brad, Karen and Ehfine Cockroft. Leon and Judy |:alk, Harvcyville, met Bulbrd and Fern Tucker m Beh)it l::riday and ate droner together. They attended the softhall game at Beloit in which Leon and Judy's granddaugh- tea Amy, participated. Salina won the game. Amy is a sophomore at Salina. Leou and Judy spent the night with Buford and Fcrn aud Played ~ards hlte into the night. BufoM conti'n~es tt) suffer headaches. " 'Wendell and Karen Mayer, Darrell and Becky Cockroft, Matt, Kara. Calm and Sami Loomis. Brad, Karen and Elaine Cockrol't. Kevin and Kirk Wil- son and Nathan Foster attended the wedding of Adam Loomis and Amber Bartsch at the Harmony United Meth- odist Church in Jewell Saturday. Matt, Kara, Colin and Sami Loomis and JarrettArasmith were m the wedding. Wendell and Km'en Mayer hosted a lamily dinner Sunday for those com- ing for the Loomis-Bartsch wedding. Harold and Neva Shoemaker greeted those arriving for church and Harold served as usher. Ann Orison served as accompanist. The message was ou God's new convenant with us through Jesus Christ. Janice McDaniel and children xis- ited Don and Connie Schmidt and helped Carol Fleming celebrate her birthday. Don and Connie:s grand- daughter, Kristi, visited last week. Guy Gorham, Julic Schmidt and Anna Kay, and Nick, Jennifer and Emma Victory were visitors this wdekend. Farmway Credit hosts annual event Farmway Credit Union held the 52nd Annual Meeting last Wednesday at Bcloit. A total of 500 attended the supper and husiness meeting held at St. Johns School. Dwight Daniels, president and gen- eral manager, reported the credit union had a "'good year" and credited the members for the union's financial suc- CCSS. The main office lot Farmway Credit Union is in Beloit where office space was recently expanded with the pur- chase of the former Beh)it Call office next door. Two new enlployces ill lhe Beloit office are Mike Wilkison and Leah Debcsis. Llcanna Wolleson was added to Ihe staff at the Lincoln office. Olher offices are located ill Man- kalo, Lmcohl and Osborne. Board members reelected were Keith Vestal, Johnell Schenk and Mike Liggell. Mankato. Liggett will serve a three year lcrm. He joins another Jew- ell County hoard member, Jim Peroulek. who was reelected in 2002. l)uring the past year Farmway Credit Union received a five-star rul- ing for pcrfornlance, which is the high- est rati ng gi yen to a credit union. It was also almounccd that Farmway Credit Union is the largest agriculture lend- ing credit union in the state of Kansas. Net gain was reported as more than $750,000 htst year, with paid divi- dends of marc than $ I million. Total income for the organization was $3.5 million. Loans were over $39 million with reserves and undivided earnings amounting to marc than $12 million, Total assets are more than $48 million. l)rizcs wcrc given away and win- ncrs from Jewell County included Velma Gouldie and Dean Buster, both o[ Maukato. " Entertainment was provided by Mike Kruse and Francis McCune. Courthouse News Jewell County Probate Estate of Harold R. Baylie, de- ceased; letters of administration. Criminal State of Kansas vs. Paul C. Turner, Mankato, Count I, driving under the influence of alcohol; Count II, trans- portation of alcoholic beverage in opened container; Count III, disorderly conduct; Count IV, no proof of liabil- ity insurance. State of Kansas vs. Timothy Leroy Hanika, Beloit, Count I, felony crimi- nal damage to property. State of Kansas vs. Edward J. Pe- ters, Formosa, Count II through XII, criminal damage to properties. Register of Deeds Warranty deed. Barbara Kudrna and Geraldine Lewis, trustees of the Delbert L. Lewis Funnel Trust dated June 17, 1984, to Ed Shute and Tho- mas M. Shute. The W I/2 of the SW I/4 of Section 8, Township IS, Range 10W. General warranty deed. Judy Howard to The State Exchange Bank. Lots 10, II, 12, Block 4, original townsite of the Ci.ty of Randall. Warranty deed. Paul A. Hesting and Ruby J. Hesting, husband and wife, to Paul A. Hesting and Ruby J. Hesting, husband and wile, as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not as tenants in common. NE I/4, S 1/2 of SW I/4, S I/2 of SE I/4, and NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 13, Township 2S, Range 10W. Marriage License Adam J. Loomis, Jewell, Amber L. Bartsch, Jewell. Traffic Audra E. Whelchel, Esbon, speed- ing, 80/65, fined $119. Richard W. Zeltner, Atchison, speeding, 94/65, fined $230. Michael R. Markvicka, Friend, Neb., no medical certificate in posses- sion, fined $109. David A. Walton, Franklin, improper passing/insufficient ance, fined $119. Accidents March 31 at approximately 4 on Jewell County Case road, 1 east from N. West St., Max E. driving a Chevrolet pickup to Rolling Hills, was backin with view obstructed b) Tracy S. Everhart, Mankato, 1984 Buick did not see the Rolli~ Hills vehicle in time to avoid No injuries. Accident investigated b Baird. Damages over $500. April 1 at approximately 5:20 a on a Jewell County road three west from Webber, Daniel L. Courtland, driving a 1999 Ford. hil deer. No injuries. Damag, Accident investigated by Ost. April I at approximately I Ethyl Clair Gaff, Randall, driving Buick, backed into a legally 1996 Chevrolet registered Fawna Barrett, Randall. Damage done to the drivers door of the Barrett vehicle. Accident turfed on Raadall Main street. Re by Ost. April 1 at approximately 7:15 five miles south from miles west on a Jewell County Brian L. Badger, Mankato, drivin 1986 Chevrolet pickup was west and hit adeer. No injuries. dent investigated by Alley. under $500. April 4 at approximately in the parking lot by Mac's in kato, Robert D. Wakefield, driving a 1983 Chevrolet pickup, backing out of the backed into a legally parked pickup registered to Debra Boiler kato. No injuries. Accident gated by Alley. Stan Slaughter, the eco-troubadour, entertained with a program for fourth and fifth grade students at' County Solid Waste facility, Mankato, Slaughter not only entertained with stories, jokes and songs, 4 in,ormation on ways students could assist in the job of conserving. ide the Jewell County Transportation Limo and let us do the driving for you! Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. CONCORDIA: April 15, towns served: Formosa, Jewell, Randall. SAUNA: April 18, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. HASTINGS: May 1, towns served: Esbon, Burr OaK Northbranch. BELOIT: May 8, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Mankato is served daily within Mankato and also in the above fisted trips Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Some trips are cancelled because a required minimum number ol reservat,ons have not been made. [ IWHEN INDEPENDENCE IS YOUR GOAL[ I lfs g and stand/hg is a cha//enge, a//ff/e/ifl gOeS a long way. FEATURING: Jl"//~9 "~, "g+-IL,,+. Ft.]//power//# and ,"ac/i,,7,e Great s/#/ng comfod and re/exe//on S/mp/e hand he/d contro/forpush bu#on opera#on Comes with s/de pocket and arm andhead covers Available//7 m/hi-pet/te, petite, regular, w/de andtall D/fferent sizes hts almost everyone The Reliance 2500 Series D/ck's Tg Furm'ture/Apph'ance 106 N. Commercial Street, Mankat0, Kan. 66956,785-378-3123 Wait before setting out injured plants Sometimes gardeners don't get the covers out fast enough, so worry that they've lost early-planted salad crops in a late cold snap and, in turn, delayed spring's green harvests. They shouldn't replant too quickly, though, said Chuck Marr, horticultur- ist with Kansas State University Re- search and Extension. "Cool-season vegetable crops usu- ally can experience temperatures in the low 20s without serious injury," he said. "When cold injury occurs, the damage can be just to the outside of each leaf, leaving the center of the leaf and the stem in tact. If so, the plant will send out new tissues to replace dam- aged ones." Replanting is worth the investment, however, if leaf injury is severe or the main stem injured. "Fortunately, that kind of damage becomes visible fairly quickly. injured tissues turn limp and almost immediately," Marr said. Junior Clio Club meets Junior Clio Club met April 7 Haven with Tiffany Eaton Hughes as hostesses. Vonda Wakefield reported officers for the 2003-04 year Alcorn, president; Judy Bingham, vice president; Walker, secretary; Marlene treasurer; and club corres Alice Kinsey. The Easter Egg Hunt April 15 p.m. at Jewell County Hospital Term Care. The May 5 meeting is the clean up. Meet at Alice Kinse, and bring a garbage bag. Kinsey Trac~ will be invited. Wallace Cemetery Annual Meeting Thursday, April 17 7:30 p.m. at the Robert Abram Residence RR 2, Jewell, Kan. LEwis & CLARK Sun: 12:30pm+&3pm Mon & Sol': ! 2:30pro & 3:30pro TueI-FH: 12:30prn, 3:30pro & ~pm Begin Your (~'ffad/.a ,0n with Carlson Craft" Open House Cards Personalized Napkins Decorations and Morel Available at JEWELL COUNTY RECORO 111 E. Main Street Mankato, Karl. 66956 f &