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I II Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents April 12 at approximately 1:30a.m, on a Jewell County road 14 miles north from Mankato and 2.5 miles east, Amanda Marie Hajny, Esbon, driving a 1995 Dodge pickup, was heading west and hitadeer. No injuries. Dam- ages over $500. Accident investigated by Alley. Traffic Crystal G. Anderson, Mahaska, speeding, 45/30, invalid registration, fined $160. Rod L. Rafferty,Goehner, Neb., speeding, 83/60, fined $176 and diver- s,on. Nathan M. Anderes, Gypsum, over- weight 2000 pounds, lined $I 19. Julie A. Montague, Formoso, no child restraint, no seat belt, fined $89. Register of Deeds General warranty deed. Ralph Hooton akaRalph W. Hooton toGJLM Company, LLC. E I/2 SE 1/4 of See- . tion 22, Township 3S, Range 10W and NW I/4 of Section 26, Township 3S, Range 10W. Warranty deed. George J. Kirgis and Kathleen J. Kirgis to Karen Barker, Louise L. Baker and Susan Ewing as trustees of the J. Stewart Baker Trust No.I. S I/2 of theS 1/2 of theNE I/4 and the N 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of Section 29, all in Township 5S, Range 9W. Warranty deed Vicky Lynn Ionia By Roseanna Foster i Limestone Valley Women, hus- bands, and guests will meet at the recy- cling center in Mankato at 5 p.m. April 22. They will ~o from there to the Buffalo Roam for a Dutch treat supper at 6:30. An Easter Egg Hunt is at the church yard Saturday at I p.m. Easter morn- mg will feature an Easter Breakfast at 8:15 a.m. and church service at 9:30. The funeral for Gall Kincheloe was at lonia United Methodist Church Tues- day with Pastor Laura Fricker officiat- tng. Gall grew up in the Ionia commu- nity. Cecil and Lola Hillman celebrated their 16th anniversary April I I. Elwyn and Peggy Kresin celebrated their 50th anniversary the same day and treated Cecil and Lola Hillman. Thelma O'Harm. Jack and Becky Marzolf and Mark. Cheryl, Brady and Chase Marzolf to supper out. Frank and Pat Diemart treated Cecil and Lola to din- ner out Sunday. Richard and Pearl Diers and Ron and Carol> n Gendre. Concordia. vis- ited Don and Ruby Sutton. They had homemade cinnamon rolls from Lola Hilhnan Harold and Neva Shoemaker greeted those arriving tor church and Harold served as usher. Ann Colson was accompantst and Sami Loomis lit candles. Pastor Laura Fricker spoke on the destination of our earthly journey and The Way, Jesus. to get there. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli and Eliza- beth Schlaefli attended a surprise birth- day party at McPherson torBill Schlae- fit given by his wife, Brandy. Anne Schlaefli came home with her grand- parents. Dick and Gloria, to spend the week. F- I Bainter, trustee of the Theodore A. and Hazell Hudnall Trust to Calvin D. Schultz and Margery M. Briney. The NW !/4 of Section 34, Township 5S, Range 10W. Quit claim deed. Harold E. Nelson and Evelyn L. Nelson to Harold E. Nelson and Nelson Family Trust. An undivided 1/4 interest in the SW 1/4 of Section 26, Township 2S, Range 6W; and the SE I/4 of Section 26, Town- ship 2S, Range 6W. Warranty deed. Bernard L. Leece and Janette Leece to Gwen Callahan. Government Lots 3, 4, 5 in Section 2, Township 1 S, Range 6W. Warranty deed. Gwen I. Callahan and Don Callahan to Bernard L. Leece. All that part of Government Lots 3 and 6 which lies S of the Republican River located in Section 4, Township IS, Range 6W, and Government Lots 6 and 7 located in the NE i/4 of Section 5, Township I S, Range 6W, except for a tract of land; and the SE 1/4 of Sec- tion 32, Township I S, Range 6W. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Sound and picture matching game With your toddler's help, make a collection of animal pictures cut or torn from old magazines. This activity can be spread over a number of days and is fun in itself. Play a game by putting the pictures lace down. Take turns choosing one and making its sound. Plan another game by putting the pictures face up. Make the animal sound and have your child find the pictut:e that goes with it. Timers Let an oven timer deliver unwel- come news. Tell your child that when the timer rings, it's time to stop playing and get ready for bed, or that it's time to turn off the TV. These tips are from "The Well- Centered Child." Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Wendell and Barbara DeBey. Passage Sunday morning was Psalm 23. Theme Sunday morning was Anointed by God. Passage Sunday evening was Matthew 26:14-15, 20- 25.47-56; 27: I - 10. Theme was Judas to Persist. Mike Nyhoff had the children's message Sunday morning. Good Friday Communion Service is at 7 p.m. Friday. Easter Sunrise Service is at 6:30 a.m. in the hills north of Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Watson and tam- ily, Himter, were church visitors. Happy birthday to: Alvin Rotman, April 15; Belinda Arnold and Gretta Ottq, April 17; Alfred Herredsberg and Dawn Koops, April 18. Belleville Plans Farmers' Market The Belleville Economic Re-struc- turing Committee is developing plans lbr a farmers' market to be located on the courthouse square. It is envision the weekly market will have vendors olTering crafts, garden prodbcers and other products for sale. Meet Your Friends at the Rolling HillsElectric ANNUAL MEETING Friday, April 25, 2003 NCK Technical School J , Belolt, Kansas It's Our First Annum Meeting[ 5:30 p.m. Registration and Meal 7:00 p.m. Business Session Convenes This Year's Entertainment The Belleville Show Choir The Belleville Show Choir is a vibrant, exciting group ofyotmg men and women from Beileville High School. This group is under the direction of Mr. Carroll Couture. The/~oup perfomas many times throughout the year. They perform a variety of show music, including, Broadway, Movie and Pop. Their enthusiasm and special style is sure to have you clapping and singing along. Don't miss this exciting, special program from the Belleville Show Choir. Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. Mankato Eilsworth Bellevllle A qbuchstone Energy@ Cooperative ~--~ No, it's not Christmas! These trees, in the yard at the Ron Gordanier home in Formoso, are decorated, one for Easter and the other honoring U.S. troops in Iraq. Mankato Linda and Marvin Chilcott and Gay l o Saturday. Hancock. were guests of Jerry and Carol Hancock, Hastings. Relatives attended a supper for Clair and Mary Sloan. Hart, Mich., at the Buffalo Roam. Those attending be- sides the honored couple were John and Lila Frost, Shawna, Terese Frost and family, all of Esbon; Neva Lewis. McPherson; Shannon and Sheila White and family, Belleville: Mike and Stacy Stauffer and family, Glen Elder: Roy and Rosella Damon, Newell and Doris Alexander, all of Mankato: Alan and Pat Czirr. Superior. Neb.; Wilma Underwood, Gene and RebeCca Underwood, Mark and Laura Underwood and Oren and Carla Underwood, all of Burr Oak. Jack and Jeanie Blair and Ron anti, Carole Simon attended the AAU bas- ketball game at Hutchinson Saturday and Sunday ~o wacl~,Lee Simon par- ticipate. Lee's team has players from Mankato, Jewell, White Rock and Pike Valley schools. Nickia Vance, employee at the Jew- .ell County Hospital, will be guest speaker at the Care Givers and Gri[v- ers Support Group, Tuesday, April 22 al 3 p.m. at Jewell County Hospital Lobby. The two large trees in front of the St. TheresaCatholic Church have been cut down. Zack Kindler. Fort Hays University track team member, won the javelin throw at Emporia Relays. He threw 209 '6 1/2 ". Attending the meet were Gary and Kris Kindler, Josh. Jennifer and Mason Kindler, Kansas City. This places Zack third in the Nation. He will compete at the KU Relays next Jan McCune visited two weeks at the home of her sister. Dixie Calderon, Arlington. Texas. Janis McDill and Nicki Vance at- tended a bridal shower Sunday at Salina for Amy Zadina. It was held at tile home of her sister. Jennifer Sterling. Alma Zadina. Amy's grandmother, also attended from Mankato. Teri and Steve MePt~ heard from personnel of the Center foi~lobal Edu- cation that their daughter. EP'icka. had made it safely to Cape Town. South Africa. Ericka and others we,ll to Robben Island to wsit and see where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for two decades. Carl and Carla Waugh and Jeremy visited Margaret and Gall Breen, Su- pertor. Also visiting were Doyle, Phyllig and Eric Rothchild; Cliff. Gin- ger,'Fracyand Nick White and Whitney Butler, Superto: .... Former Mankato residents Nancy Becker and Marily n Dunstan are sing- ing with the Bethany College Messiah Festival. They perlbrmed Palm Sun- day. Other performances are Friday and Sunday Technology products like John Deere's GreenStar Auto Trac satellite guidance system improve farming ef- ficiency, reduce operator fatigue and help keep the cost of food down for U.S. consumers. Farmers use computers and satel- lites daily to improve the efficiency of their production and operations and track production processes on general and special crops. QUARTERLY REPORT OF CITY TREASURER, BURR OAK, KAN, For the period from January 1,2003 tO April I, 2003. Funds Old balances Receipts Disbursements New Balance General 31.597.90 12,'747.51 t 0,766.73 33.578.68 Bond and Interest Sinkin~ P GasTax & Spec. Hwy 15,358.76 1,860.361 Street and Alley , Park Water 46,663.28 7215.98 Water Hydrant Street Lights Fire Department Library 218.94 585.68 Special Assessment Band Sewer 13,693.30 2,'881.49 Bindweed Street Improvement Bond and Interest Landfill 830.00 2,360.00 Employee Benefits 701.69 4.618.17 Totals t 09,063.87 32,269,19 32,364.46 108,968.60 I, Cheryl Hillman do here'by certify that the above statement is correct. Cheryl it/l/man, City Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to betore me this 14 day of April 2003 Lori S. Waugh, Nora0" Public My Commission Expires: November 17, 2004 . (Seal) 4,00o.00 13.219.12 10,465.97 43,413.29 596.71 207.9 I 1,858.96' '14,715.83 2,404.00 786.00 2,272.09 3,047.77 Sun-Mon: llal & 2pm Tues-Fri: 1 1am, 2pm, 5pm & 7pm LEWIS & CLARK Sum ! 2"30pro at 3pro Mon & Sat; 12:30pm & 3:aOpm as Tues-Fri: 12:30pm, 3:30pro & 6prn Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer I II Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Scott, Brandon and Garrett Watters, Windside, Neb., Je Nae, Randy and Andrea Kort, Randolph, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kort, Blue Hill, and their daughter and children, Logan and Bekka, Scott and Gayla Hobson, Wood River, Ruth Giger, Superior, and Donna Hanna, Riley. Special music was a solo by Beverly Frost. Ushers were Ken Winslow and Dwight Frost. Easter Sunday morning there will be a special Easter Service at 8 a.m., followed by breakfast. The worship service will be at 10 a.m. There will not be Sunday school that morning. Ruth Hale, Juniata, was a Friday visitor of Dee Ross. Attending the Easter Cantata at the Methodist Church, Superior, Sunday afternoon were Herbert and Carolyn Alley, Zelda Schuster, Mabel Davis and Veda Roe. Bryan and Stuart Boyles called at the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, Roy and Juanita Miyaski, Superior, were Saturday lunch guests of Dorothy Hutchinson. Lorna Wilton accompanied Wendy Harris to the open house showing the new floral shop at the home of Lu Ann Harris east of Burr Oak. Donna Hanna, Riley, and Dennis Dye, Hebron, visited Vera Dye. Dee Ross accompanied Dora Pettit and her family to a Hardy cafe for dinner Sunday. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Ri- chard and Gloria Schlaefli And their granddaughter, Annie Schlaefli, were Sunday dinner guests of Scott and Gayla Hobson at a Superior cafe. Friday evening, Darren, Jessica, Anya and Allison Thompson went to the Superior High School where they watched the junior-seniors promenade to the prom. Their son and brother, Aaron, is a senior at the Superior High School. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, Dor- othy Hutchinson, Roy and Juanita Miyaski attended the Nelson Commu- nity Club Variety Show, Saturday evening. Harold and Lorna Wilton attended a card party at the home of Gene and Joy Johnson, Superior, Saturday evening. lilt ff and Lena Banks were Wednes- day supper guests of Dr. Howard and Elaine Miller, Hardy. Saturday afternoon, Roger and Carol Roe went to Hastings where they tnet John, Sandi, Randee and Ryan Roe, Holdrege. Ryan participated in the free throw contest. While there they had lunch at a care. Saturday evening, Iiliff and Lena Banks went to Republic for~a getqtO- gether supper with Lena's r~latives. Jo Ann and John Rogers were Sun- day evening visitors in the Hasemeyer home. liliff and Lena Banks, Dr. Howard and Elaine Miller, Hardy, Rex Miller, t home on leave from the service,) Stuart and Mary Tietjen and family, Supe- rior. were Sunday dinner guests of Marry and Arlene Tietjen. Puzzling Experience is what makes you won- der how it got the reputation of being the best teacher. The hardest job is the one you put off until the last minute. Farmway Credit Union Mankato WHITE ROCK Monday, April 21: No School. Tuesday, April 22: High School Track at Belleville, 11 a.m. High School Golf at Luray, 3 p.m. Thurday, April 24: Middle School Track at Mankato, 9:30 a.m. MANKATO Tuesday, April 22: High School Track at Belleville, 11 a.m. High School Golf at Luray, Lucas/Luray invite, I0 a.m. Thurday, April 24: Junior High Track at Mankaw, Mankaw Invitational. Friday, April 25: High School Track at Osborne, Kaiser hwitational, 3 p.m. JEWELL Tuesday, April 22:Golf at Luray, I0 a.m. High School Track Meet at Belleville, !! a.m. Thurday, April 24: Junior High Trackat Mankato, 9:30 a.m. Friday, April 25: High School Track at Osborne, 3 p.m. KU Relays. Saturday, April 26: KU Relays. 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"The combination of farm bill implementation and disaster assistance has created questions from farmers and ranchers and greatly increased the workload of USDA," Moran said. "This is a good time to review the ongoing implementation of the farm bill and disaster assistance." The .2002 farm bill made several changes to agricultural policy, particu- larly in the commodity title. The com- modity programs continue the fixed direct payment and marketing loans for grain, cotton and oilseed. A new counter-cyclical assistance program was also implemented. The lead witness in today's hearing was Under Secretary for Farm and Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs The Community Sunrise Service Sunday morning hasbeen,changed to 6:30 a.m. on the hilL In case of bad weather it will be in the United Meth- odist Church. Everyone is invited to stay for breakfast. Gracie McNichols was an after- noon guest of hergrandmother,Winnie McNichols. John Tucker and Eddie Tucker, Phillipsburg, went to Wray, Colo., to visit their dad, Archie Tucker and wife. Cliffand Glenny Barnes helped Jeff Ord do painting and other work on the house they'll be moving into soon. Lance Barnes, Red Cloud, was a guest of his grandparents, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Harold and Edythe Francis, Louise Korb and Jack and Catherine Byers called on Gene and Marje Johnson. Fern Harris called on Mary and Lewis Ohmstede, Guide Rock. PaulineMills, Colorado, visited sev- eral days with her brother and sisters, the Figgins. Pastor Laura Fricker and Edythe Francis called on Warren and Barbara White. Diann and Hilary McNichols, Con- cordia, called on Winnie McNichols. " Clair and Mary Sloan, Hart, Mich., were supper guests of Wilma Underwood~ Thursday they worked on the Cady family history. That evening they were supper guests of Rose and Roy Damon, Mankato. Vivian Reed .... and Wilma Underwood attended the 50th anniver- sary open house for Paul and Ruby Hesting at the Catholic Church in Esbon. Madeline McMains was hostess to the Monday Morning Bible Stud),. Midge Oliver, Iris Cosand, Carol Cosand, MadelineMcMains, Wanda Howard, Edna Fogo and Cheryl Hillman attended the salad supper hosted by the Christian Church women in Mankato. Megan and Matt Boyles were greet- ers Sunday morning at the United Methodist Church. Joe Boyles and friend, Superior, were visitors. Kerry Waugh sang a solo. Lay speaker Dan Dempsey's, message was "A different kind of King." AnnaBelle Grubbs was hostess for coffee hour. Several women from the surround- ing area attended the opening of the AntiquejRose - Floral Designs and Gifts -' Saturday afternoon, at the' Louann Harris home. Louann has been remodeling and arranging for this for some time and is now open at their country home. Jack and Catherine Byers are home after two weeks with daughter, Jackie and her husband, Jerry Frisbee in Or- egon. Mission Thrift Shop CLOSED Friday, April 18 and Monday, April 21 ReOpen Friday, April 25 1 to 4:30 p.m. Foreign Agricultural Services, Penn. Also included in the the administrators from the Farm vice Agency, Risk Mana Agencyand the Foreign Service. Testifying before the tee, Under Secretary Penn said, complicated mainstay of the tion, the Direct Pay Cyclical Payments Program, place with benefits available to ducers. We are pleased progress and manner in law has been implemented." In his testimony, Under Secret~ Penn also discussed t disaster assistance, approved by gress in February, which will assistance to producers in gling from multiple years of drou Under Secretary Penn highlighted forts by the U.S. Del to ensure efficient and timel' of assistance to producers. among these efforts of a new website which gives ers a single location to access tion, find answers to frequently questions and submit suggestions. "Today s hearing was a good portunity to hear firsthand about USDA's efforts to servethe Amerie farmer," Moran said. "I their work to see that our ranchers are able to continue to our nation's food needs." 4-H News Whitemound 4-H club Jason Shipley, vice the February meeting of Whitemound Builders 4-H Club der with reciting the Pledge glance. Roll call, demonstrate an e else, was answered by two leaders. Eight guests were 4-H Council reported on Fun Night. In the Leaders report, the pho phy and horticulture Wichita. No members are from this club due to distance. Kendra, secretary, reminded club that there was a tabled concerning a money making Upon motion the project was again. The annual bowling party cussed and club members have a potluck supper and go talk. Chad discussed wearin and mittens for health and Landon discussed makin parliamentary. Jasmine gave onstration on the proper cat. Kendra gave a glass etching. Aundrea led the cll playing charades. Jason Shiple) tricity and Cameron Shipley's bookonen ' engines have both North East Area Screening to State Competition. The meeting closed with the ing of the 4-H pledge. Willing Workers Meeting The Jensen's and Masse hosts at the April 9 ba~ of the Formos0 Willing Club. The next meeting is May Elaine Clark has an April McCaela Nelson led Simon for recreation. Jackie Jensen club project talk on the 4-H. Jami Bouray leadership lesson on the wheel. McCaela Nelson talk about her milk jug bird The club voted to Week of the Young Five members are enterin Courtland's Art Show. McCaela Nelson gave the report. JoAnna Jensen gave the. Leader's report. The ers gave reports. Thank you noteS' read from two people who Bake & Take Day treats. Wheat Commission for participating in I The club was also thanked for Night donations. Five members, t leaders and one guest call, "who did you fool?" Bouray led the flag salute pledge. President Jami Bouray dueled the meeting. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Boy --. Sell -- Trait 785428-3337 Visit us on the www.davesgunshop, I The Mankato Pizza Will be open 14th & Burlington Hastings, NE 800-508-462!