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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 5, 2016 Michael A. Ramsey and Jill Ramsey Courthouse Newsto Michael A. Ramsey and Jill M. Jewell County Ramsey Trustees of Revocable Inter Vivos Trust to Michael A. Ramsey: Register of Deeds undivdied one-half interest in NWl/4 E. Dennis Hanson and Judith Ann Section 36, Township 4S, Range 7W Hanson, trustees of E Dennis Hanson less NW1/4NW1/4 Section 36, Town- and Judith Ann Hanson Revocable ship 4S, Range 7W. Living Trust to Thomas Ranstead: MichaelA.RamseyandJillRamsey South 65 feet Lot 6, South 65 feet of to Jill M. Ramsey and Michael A. West 15 feet of LOt5, South 65 feet of Ramsey Trustees of Revocable Inter East 35 feet Lot 5; all in Block 45 in Vivos Trust to Jill A. Ramsey: undi- original townsite City of Mankato. vided one-half interest in NWl/4 Sec- Jeanine A. Seamans to Ronald R. tion 36, Township 4S, Range 7W less Willis and Karen S. Willis: part of NWI/4NW1/4 Section 36, Township SWl/4 Section 30, Township 1S, 4S, Range7W. Range 7W. Doris E. Mettler, Trustee of Doris ADMAR LLC a Kansas limited E. Mettler Trust No. 1 grantor, and liability company to Martin L. Jeffery Robert D. Trapp and Susan J. Trapp, and Elizabeth D. Jeffery: a tractofland grantees: NE1/4; E1/2NWI/4 Section in SE1/4 Section 6, Township 1 S, 10, Township 2S, Range 6W. Range 9W. WiUard Leroy Mettler and Stewart Lacy Villamar and Michael A. D. Mettler and Viola M. Mettler to Villamar-Vader to Adam J. Loomis Robert D. Trapp and Susan J. Trapp: and Amber L. Loomis: SE1/4 Section NE1/4;E1/2NW1/4Section 10,Town- 2, Township 5S, Range 8W. ship 2S, Range 6W. Ronald P. Fredrickson Trustee of Marjoir J. Hulbert to Max E. Fredrickson Family Trust grantor to Hulbert: part of NE1/4NEI/4 Section Fredrickson Farms LP a Kansas lim- 21, Tonwship 3S, Range 8W. ited partnership grantee: NWI/4 Sec- The Peoples BankofSmith Center, tion 35,Township 2S,Range 6W undi- successor m interest to The Smith vided one-half interest in NE1/4 Sec- CountyBankandTrustCo.Trusteesof tion 3, Township 3S, Range 6W. KeithandBerniceDanneferRevocable Kenneth Heitman and Pamela Trust grantor and Joshua B. Dannefer Heitman to Kenneth L. Heitman and grantee: undivided one-ninth interest Pamela A. Heitman co-trustees of Re- to SE1/4SE1/4 Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 vocable Trust Agreement of Kenneth and 21 in Section 16, Township 2S, L. Heitmann and Pemela A. Heitman: Range 9W; NWI/4 SEll4 Section 16, SWl/4Section9,Township IS,Range Township 2S, Range 9W less three 6W; Wl/2NW1/4 Section 16, Town- acres. ship IS, Range 6W. The Peoples Bankof Smith Center, Hugh E. Clark Trustee of Clark successor in interest to The Smith Family Trust to Hugh E. Clark Trustee County Bank and Trust Co. Trustees of of Clark Family Trust: NWl/4 KeithandBemiceDanneferRevocable S1/2NE1/4 Section 20, Township 4S, Trust grantor and Adam K. Dannefer Range 7W. grantee: undivided one-ninth interest Roger C. Oplinger and Barbara A. to SEI/4SEI/4Lots 8, 9, 10, I 1, 12, 14 Oplinger undivided 1/2 of any and all and 21 in Section 16, Township 2S, interest to Robert C. Oplinger and Bar- Range 9W; NW 1/4 SE I/4 Section 16, baraA. Oplinger Trustees of Roger C. Township 2S, Range 9W less three Oplinger Trust undivided one-half in- acres. terest to Barbara A. Oplinger and Roger The Peoples Bank of Smith Center, C. Oplinger Trustees of Barbara A. successor In interest to The Smith Oplinger Trust: NE1/4NWI/4; NW CountyBankandTrustCo.Trusteesof 1/4NE1/4; N1/2NE1/4NEI/4, all in KeithandBerniceDanneferRevocable Section 32, Township 4S, Range 8W. Trust grantor and Jane E Zacharias RonaldR.WillisandKarenS.Willis grantee: undivided one-third interest to Lora Carol Divel Trust: part of SW to SEI/4SEI/4 Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 1/4 Section 30, Township 4S, Range and 21 in Section 16, Township 2S, 7W. Range 9W; NWl/4 SE1/4 Section 16, Cynthia K. Malir to Jeremy L. Township 2S, Range 9W less three Hacker and Amanda L. Hacker: Lots acres. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 5, ThePeoplesBankofSmithCenter, Brigham, Crill and Randall' s I st Addi- successor in interest to The Smith tion to City of Randall. County Bank and Trust Co. Trustees of Elizabeth A. Curtis and Christo- KeithandBerniceDanneferRevocable pherM. Tegley Trustees of Richard L. Trust grantor and Lucas J. Dannefer Tegley and Coral Ann Tegley Revo- grantee: undivided one-ninth interest cable Trust and Elizabeth A. Curtis to SEl/4SEl/4 Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 and Christopher M. Tegley: WI/2SW and 21 in Section 16, Township 2S, 1/4 Section 26, Township 5S, Range Range 9W; NWI/4 SEll4 Section 16, 9W also described as 26-5-8 W Township 2S, Range 9W less three 1/2SWl/4; N1/2 Section 5, Township acres. 5S, Range 4W also known as N2 of KennethL.HeitmanandPamelaK. River ExC.;RR. 5-5-04 Cloud County. Heitman convey and warrant to Ken- Chri t0:pher Tegley'grants 50 per- neth IL" Heitmati and 'Pa el'a 'I(: .... cent irlt te rto Christoghet Michael Heitmanco-trusteesofRevocableTrust Tegley Trustee of Christopher M. AgreementofKennethL.Heitmanand TegleyLivingTmst: W1/2SWI/4Sec- Pamela K. Heitman: all of Section 10, tion 26, Township 5S, Range 8W; Lot 13, Section3 and NEl/4Section9 N 1/2 Section 5, Township 5S, Range all in Township 1 S, Range 6W. Lots 5, 5W. 11 and 12 Section 3, Township IS, Julie Hulbert, grantor, and Max E. Range 6W and Sl/2SE1/4 Section 4, Hulbert, grantee: part of NE1/4NE Township 1S, Range 6. NI/2SEI/4 1/4 Section 21, Township 3S, Range andallpartofSEl/4NEl/41yingSouth 8W. of center of present channel of Repub- Rebecca M. Leaf Mason Revocable lican River; all in Section 4, Township Living Trust aka Rebecca M. Leaf IS, Range 6W. All portion of part SE Mason Johnson Revocable Living 1/4NEI/4 Section 4, Township 1S, Trust, grantor, to Thomas L. Porter Range 6W lying North of center of Trust, grantee: NE1/4NE1/4 Section present channel Republican River ex- 8, Township 5S, Range 8W. Jana D. Stokes and Arthur J. Stokes to Marlin D. Rothchild undivided in- terest to a tract of land in SWl/4 Sec- tion 28, Township IS, Range 7W. Cindy DeLeon and David DeLeon to Jeremy L. Nulf and Megan J. Nulf: Lots 5 and 6 Block 6 Brigham Crill and Randall's 1st Addition to City of Randall. Benjamin Furman to Travis Garst: Lot 6 Block 25, original townsite City of Mankato. David D. Mohlman grantor to David D. Mohlman Trust grantee: all of Sec- tion 3 and E 1/2 of Section 4, Township 1 S, Range 10W; N 1/2 Section 9, Town- ship IS, Range 10W: NW1/4 Section 8, Township IS, Range 10W. John O. Leece and Donna Leece to Lorraine K. Leece Meyer and Marlin R. Meyer: W1/2SEI/4 Section 14, Township 2S, Range 6W. Ronald D. Carter and Ruth S. Carter to Bruce A. Vest and Rebecca J. Vest: Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Block 1, Lamm's Addition to Webber. David Lovewell and Donna L. Lovewell to David S. Lovewell and Donna L. Lovewell: SE1/4SEI/4 Sec- tion 17, Township 2S, Range 6W; part of NE1/4 Section 22, Tonwship 2S, Range 6W. cept North five acres said SEI/4NE 1/4 of said Section. All that part Sec- tion 8, Township 1 S, Range 6W lying North and East of Courtland Canal containing approximately 170 acres. NW 1/4 Section 9,Township 1 S, Range 6W. Accidents April 4 at approximately 6:15 a.m. on Z Rd 50 feet east from 270 Rd., Nancy Reed, Webber, driving a 1999 Dodge, was traveling east on Z Rd when a deer ran out from the north to the south and was she unable to avoid hitting the deer. Accident investigated by Stuart Vance. April 18 at approximately 8:20 p.m. at milepost 8 on K128 0.5 miles north from D Rd, James Peroutek, Mankato, driving a 2010 Buick, was north bound when a deer entered the roadway from the west ditch. Peroutek was unable to avoid hitting the deer. He had damage to the sideview mirror and scratches to the pain on the driver's side. Accident investigated by Sheriff Jacobs. "Happiness is not a reward - it is a consequence. Suffering is not a pun- ishment- it is a result." Robert Green Ingersoll Eight offices serving Kansas 800-447-7436 mortonbuitdings.com BUILDINGS" County Memories 120 Years Ago Because of too much house clean- Frank Cross and his sister were ing. Mrs. F. W. Berlington was sick thrown Itom a buggy with quite seri- and the doctor was called to see her ous results. The wind was blowing and three times in just one day. a storm rising. Miss Cross wanted the 100 Years Ago storm robe pulled up. While Frank was After having 18 teeth pulled at one getting it into place the wind blew it clip, E. L. Gray was living on soup. into a buggy wheel where it flapped Montgomery bought a carload of and rattled, scaring thehorse. The horse mules of German and Spielman. made a sharp turn while running and Albert Stanley offered to sell for a Frank and his sister were both thrown low sum his Hupp runabout. out. Frank's left leg was broken at the Will McDill made an early moru- ankle. He had rented his father's place ing drive with a wagon-train of fat and was getting ready to do some good hogs. farming. Instead he had to hire a man to Elmer Sanders was building a ma- take his place on the farm. chinery hall on his farm. The Jewell and Mankato editors The question was asked,"What will were waging war with words. The the Pleasant Prairie community do if Jewell city editor told his readers, "A the Sunday school keeps increasing? writer for the Mankato Advocate said There were 57 present Sunday. There eggs were sold in Jewell City for 5 aren't enough shade trees to accom- cents a dozen. Like many other state- modate them." ments coming from the same source, Chug Dawdy observed, "I believe this one is untrue. Starting in at 22 thecountrypupilsoughttohavejustas cents the price declined to 7 cents and good a chance as anybody has and I'm then began to rise, going back to 22 willing to pay my share to give it to cents." them. The central high school sounds Charlie Whitney and A. B. Keifeer all right to me." Several similar corn- were each driving a wagon for the ments were publishedthatweekin the Mankato creamery. They took new Jewell Republican. milk to Mankato where it was sepa- In 1916theresidentsofJewellwere rated at the creamery and then return concerned about their water supply the skimmed milk to the farm.and the newspaper editor said, "Jewell Theeditorobserved,"Fridaynight's city water should be taken out below dust storm will live in history." the dam, giving us the benefit of the J. M. Gabe cleaned six sacks of ground filter. The water comes out as alfalfa seed and got one full sack of clear as spring water." weed seed. It was noted"No one should Vernon Bunch said, "The dam was sow seed of any kind without cleaning a fine thing for the West Buffalo. There it." is always a clear stream running there Round trip excursion tickets via the now." Missouri Pacific to Beloit for the GAR Ole Johnson was bunged up with encampment were one fare for the rheumatism for more than a month. round trip. C.W. Bennett shelled corn on Sat- Ben Musser was converting some urday. of his city houses into farm houses. The losing side in the contest at the Seven tramps were in town Satur- Star Local Union served a nice supper day. "They do not often visit us." to the winning side consisting of col J. D. Roberston shipped 92 head of fee, sandwiches, cake, pickles and fruit cattle from Formoso. salad (Hopefully not in that order). A Thecommencementexerciseswere good time was had in spite of the to begin at 8 p.m. sharp whether the threatening cloud. graduates were there or not. Pie plant was the bill of fare at The big elevator at Robertson' s store Randall. broke loose while loaded with flour Everything sold well at Fred and fell from the second floor to the McClure'ssale.Thenextdayheloaded cellar, his car at Otego and started for his new If dams were built instead of bridges home in Colorado. where the roads cross the draws, a 90 Years Ago Jewell County farmer noted"We could keep a lot of water in Jeweil County Between 80 and 90 people attended instead of letting it get away to the aJewellChamberofCommercemeet- Republican and Solomon rivers and ing held in the C.I.I. Rooms. It was the big floods would be a thing of the thought to be the largest number of past." persons to have ever attended one of There was said to be great demand the monthly meetings. W. M. Green, for women who were willing and able the town's impromptu-instantaneous to do hard work. public speaker, welcome the ladies in a fitting tribute and Mrs. Ferris Pence responded. Dr. McKinley, the town's new physician was introduced. The evening concluded with a picture show at the Whiteway Theatrej-" Ferris Pence report 37 rains fell at Jewell in 1925 for a total of 17.19 inches. Only three rains amounted to an inch or more. The average was .46 inches. There was little snow and the crops needed rain, H. M. Wheeler was considering try- ing a deep well in his pasture. The McDiU Motor Company ad- vertised two good, but used Hudson motor cars for sale. The first of six planned wells for the Jewell municipal supply was produc- ing between 35 and 40 thousand gal- lons of water per day. Residents were optimistic the community would fi- nally have an abundant supply of wa- ter. Tom Marshall, Jewell City marshall, reported, ''The city wagons will start Monday on the annual clean-up cam- paign. Have ashes and cans in separate piles. Bum all combustible material. Wagons will start at the south edge of town and work north." The E. L. Gray Implement Com- pany sold Chet Dean a Primrose cream separator, a John Deere gang plow and a washing machine. Forty- six women were present when the C.I.C. met for the first time in the new club rooms. Mrs. Grace Jordan and Mrs. Pearl Custer spoke about what the C.I.C. had accomplished and what the club hoped to do in the future. As part of the hot lunch program, school children were served ice cream. It was 86 degrees on Saturday, April 17, and Sunday night, April 18, there was a freeze. On May 1, The Civic Improvement Club of Jewell opened the ladies rest room in their quarters under the First National Bank. Mrs. Maude Mitchell was in charge. Walter Collie hauled out enough cane and kafir to seed his farm along with lumber for a new sun parlor for his brood sows. 80 Years Ago Mrs. Minerva Warburton observed her 95th birthday and four days later died after having eaten breakfast. She came to Jewell County with her hus- band, a Civil War veteran, and home- steaded in September, 1871. Mr. and Mrs. Warburton were the parents of eight children. Dr. Julius Wesselowski, a Jewell physician for 49 years, had not been feeling well and had been employing a driver to take him on his calls. Friday evening he asked to be taken to his office where he did some writing. Re- turning home he decided to do some reading before going to bed. About 2 a.m. Mrs. Wesselowski heard a grown and went to check on her husband. 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'1.59 (includes cutting & wrapping) 785-243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia 18.16 could only move his lips. In a few moments he was dead. The Metz Packing Company was advertising Pillsbury Feeds for sale at the company offices in Jewell and Randall. Randall pupils perfect in spelling for the month of April were Betty Lienberger, Gordon Kibbe. Charles Lindberg, John Williamson, Wade Stinson, Carol Petersen, John Barrett and Norma Emmert. Workers were laying a slab of con- crete from Belleville north 2.4 miles on U.S. Highway 81. There was a little ice Tuesday mom- ing while the peach, plum cherry and pear trees were in full bloom. A Jewell City woman said she saw dandelions all night, Guess what she had been doing that day? The funeral service for Maurice Clingman was held at home. Fire was discovered early Sunday morning in the Adams Grocery Store at Formoso. The store occupied a room in a large comer stone building. The other part of the building was occupied by the Union State Bank of which J.P. Fair of Mankato was president. The fire swept through the grocery store and bank, destroying everything. The First National Bank of which Henry Dunstan was president was located in a stone building next door. The fire broke through a wall in the back of the bank. The fire came close to taking both Formoso banks but papers and books in the First National Bank were only browned and blackened by the heat. The town was bringing in a city well but it came one day too late and there was little water on hand. While Marshall Tom Porter was in Wichita, eight carloads of Gypsies ar- rived in Jewell. At first it was thought they were just "pioneer" celebrators from Beloit but when their true iden- tity was discovered, they were showed them out of town. When Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Pence arrived home from Oklahoma City, they found three rooms of their home nicely papered, spring house cleaning done and natural gas installed. Such an experience should encourage them to take a vacation more frequently. 60 Years Ago Guy Willamson, 77, a Burr Oak area farmer, was killed when his trac- tor overturned. UndersheriffLawrence Myers and Sheriff W. L. Zade investi- gated. The tractor toppled over a creek bank while Willamson was trying to recover a 14-foot metal tube knOwn as a tin whistle. Rodeffek Weltmer was a candidate for county attorney. The Jewell County Women's Re- publican Club met at the Civic Im- provement Club room at Jewell. Miss Irma Nixon presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Chet Poole of Webber. Miss Bernice Howard was vice president, Mrs. J.P. Stinson, trea- surer, and Mrs. Everett Palmer, secre- tary. Mr. And Mrs. Rex Headrick were Sunday guests north of Mankato at the home of her parents, the Clare Roes. Frank and Ronald Payne trucked their cattle to summer pasture on Mon- ' day and Tuesday. A large crowd of ahappy" rain- splattered people attended the PTA meeting at Jewell and appreciated "April Showers" as sung by the PTA mothers. Some of the first and second grade children who lived on muddy roads were unable to attend because the downpour came a little aftei" 7 p.m. More rain is needed but the 87 hun- dreds was appreciated. Mrs. Inez Clark was honored as the outgoing PTA president. Windbreak trees, both cedars and deciduous varieties, were being dis, tributed at the 4-H barn. Mrs. Gene Butts was the new tele- phone operator at Jewell. John Menhusen had his left arm in a sling because of a pulled ligament. Morris & Andersen .Motor Company' s Ford dealership at Mankato opened March 31. Melvin Kugler was manager. Vernon Treffer was the sales- man. H&A Motors was the Chrysler dealer at Formoso. A road from Linn to Randall, known as Highway 148, became part of the state highway system. In her "Here and There" column Mrs. Clede Blacker wrote, "We are having a real old March dirt storm today." Slim Sund's dad was in thehospital at Superior after having had a heart attack. The Boyer Store at Ionia was sold to Eddie Frank Hall. Seventy-six attended Sunday School at Ionia. The Jennings Borger family sold 4,820 boilers and planned to'fill the chicken house again on April 1. Everett's Produce, Randall;offered to buy wool and had used wool bags for Continued to page 8 THE BENJAMIN MUSSER ESTATE TRUST, INC. 316 DelawareStreet - Jewell, Kansas 66949 Ninety-fifth Annual Report of the Treasurer: ................................................................................ April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016 To: The patrons of U.S.D. #279, Jewell County, Kansas, and the members of the Board of Education, U.S.D#279, Jewell, Kansas. Statement of Condition of Permanent Fund Real Estate Mortgages of Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. $ 0.00 CertficaesoIJ~eJ~Qsi Gt~aa0~ta~Bank , ~, ~ ~ _ 6990000 Balance on ~and,'~uaranty State "Bank, ~arch 31; 2616 :..:.:.~.!~.:.~...... &....~L..L.....: .................. 2: .............................. ., ~ ,,..~ -- ..... ~ ....... ; ....... ~ ,.. I=.~4"~ :,'v ,~ .,-'- u-196716 ..... i STATEMENT OF THE STUDEN~r LOAN F~JND April 1, 2015, Balance, Guaranty State Bank .................................................................................... ~i~.i.~.'.i.~ ............. $88,797.83 RECEIPTS: Payments on Active Student Loan Notes .................................................................................................................... $36,916.25 Interest on Real Estate Mortgages ......................................................................................................................................... 0.00 Interest on Student Loan Notes .......................................................................................................................................... 539.39 Interest on Savings and Bank Accounts .......................................................................................................................... 1,313.87 Fedde Scholarship Fund, Admininistrative Expenses ........................................................................................................ 750.00 Matter Scholarship Fund, Administrative Expenses ........................................................................................................... 250.00 Roush Schoiarehip Fund, Administrative Expenses ........................................................................................................... 250.00 Certifioates of Deposits Matured ....................................................................................................................................................... 0.00 Total Amount of Receipts and Balance on Hand .............................................................................................. $128,817.34 DISBURSEMENTS: Student Loans made during the year ........................................................................................................................... $24,000.00 Audit Committee, Three members @ $50.00 each ............................................................................................................ 150.00 Secretary-Treasurers Salary .............................................................................. i ...................................................... "~...... 2,000.00 Trustee Meeting Expense ................................................................................................................................................... 600.00 Citizens State Agency, Surety Bond ................................................................................................................................... 100.00 Jewell County Record, Advertising and Report Publication ................................................................................................ 544.25 Postmaster Stamps ............................................................................................................................................................ 109.00 Secretary of State, Annual Repert Fee ................................................................................................................................. 40.00 C P. A. Fees, Annual Federal Reports ............................................................................................................................... 675.00 Legal Fees and Expanse ................................................................................................................................................. 3,613.22 Utilities .................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.00 Office Supplies Expense ......................................................................................................................................................... 0.00 Bank Box Rent ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7.00 P.O, Box Rent ......................................................................................................................................................................... 0,00 Office Rent ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1 500.00 Certificates of Deposit, Purchased ....................................................................................................................................... i. 0.00 Total Amount Disbursed ..................................................................................................................................... $33,338.47 BALANCE ON HAND, Guaranty State Bank, March 31, 2016 ............... $95,478.87 SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND NET WORTH Student Loan Fund $95,478.87 $95,478.87 Certificates of Deposits 50,000.00 50,000.00 Student Loans $~ $359,982,73$332,509.12 Permanenl Fund $83,957.15 $83,957.15 Matter Endowment $50,472.50 $50,472.50 Matter Scholarship $2,607,39 $2,607,39 Roueh Endowment $70,67707 $70,677.07 Roush Scholarship $6,055,30 $6,055.30 Fedde Endowment $410,000.00$410,000.00 Fedde Scholarship $58,064.99 $58,064.99 Total All Fund $1,041,817.13 $1,014,343,52 .................................................................................. $27,473.61 AGGREGATE STUDENT LOANS MADE SINCE NOV. 26, 1920 To April 1,2014 ...................................................................................................................................................... $1,592,018,00 Loans From April 1,2014 to March 31, 2015 .............................................................................................................. Total amount of student loans made to date: ......................................................................................................... $1,616,018.00 CASH: Student Loans paid to April 1, 2015 ........................................................................................................................ $1,222.563.08 Payments April 1,2015 to March 31, 2016 .................................................................................................................. Total Received in Cash Payments .................................................................................................................. $1,259,479.33 Outstanding Student Loans April 1, 2015 .................................................................................................................. $199,946.50 Student Loans, April 1,2014 to March 31,2016 ......................................................................................................... $ 223,946.60 Cash Paid on Active Loans. April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016 ..................................................................................... $36,916,25 Loans canceled. April 1, 2015 to March 31,2018 .............................. i ................................................................................ ..-. Aclive Studenl Loan Notes, March 31,2016 ............................................... $214,503.86 Inactive Student Loan Notes, March 31, 2016 ................................................ $27,473.61 ...................................... $187,030.25 Honor Roll Additiona:(Students who completed repayment dudn9 the year on aehedub) Mada BohnertJacob GreeneJoel Knarr Mitchell Matter Stacey Novak Lisa Schwerman Megan Shelton CLIFFORD MATTER ENDOWMENT FUNO Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, March 31, 2016 ............... . ............................. ............................................... $4,472.50 Certificates of Deposit, Edward Jones ......................................................................................................................... Total Net Assets ................................................................................................................................................. $50,472.60 CLIFFORD MATTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, Apri( 1, 2015 .................................................................................................. $2,728.26 Interest Income ................................................................................................................................................................. $379.13 Total Receipts and Balance on Hand .................................................................................................................... $3,107.39 Disbursements: Student Scholarshtps Matter Endowment Fund, Annual Addition ....................................................................................................................... $250.00 Musser Student Loan, Adminislrative Expenses .............................................................................................................. $2~.00 Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, March 31, 2016 ...................................................................................... $2,607.39 Balance on Hand, All Funds March 31,2016 ....................................................................................................... $53,079.89 SADIE E. ROUSH ENDOWMENT FUND Bonds. Edward Jones .................................................................................................................................................. $70,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, Guaranty State Bank ..................................................................................................................... $677.07 Total Net Assets ..................................................................................................................................................... $78,877.07 SADIE E. ROUSH SCHOLARSHIP FUND Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, April 1,2015 .................................................................................................. $8,536.22 Interest Income .............................................................................................................................................................. Total Receipts and Balance on Hand .................................................................................................................... $11,077.45 Disbursements: S uden Scholarship ............................................................................................... $0 O0 Musser Student Loan, Administrative Expenses .............................................................................................................. $2~.00 Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, March 31,2016 ....................................................................................... $10,827.46 Balanace on Hand, All Funds March 31,2018 ........................................................................................................ $81,504.52 VERNON FEDDE FUND Balance on Hand, All Funds, Apnl 1,2015 ........................................................................................................................... $474,690.67 Interest Income .............................................................................................................................................................. $9,668.85 Misc Incelme (Bank Reimb) ................................................................................................................................................ $33.78 Total Receipts and Balance on Hand .................................................................................................................... $484,393.07 Disbursements: Misc(BankCharge) ..................................................................................................................................................................... $578.08 Musser Student Loan, Administrative Expense ................................................................................................................ $750.00 Scholarship Grants, Students ...................................................................................................................................... $15,000.00 Balance on Hand, All Funds, March 31,2016 ....................................................................................................... $4,611,064.99 Balance on Hand, March 31, 2016, Real Estate Mortgages ...................................................................................... $250,000.00 Certificates of Deposit .................................................................................................................................................. $80,000.00 MMDA Account, Guaranty St. Bank .......................................................................................................................... $107,910.15 MMDA Account, Goaranl y St. Bank ............................................................................................................................. $8,644.06 NOW Account, First National Bank, Beloit ................................................................................................................... $21,510.78 Balance on Hand, March 31,2016 All Accounts ........................................................................... $4611,064.~ Vernon Fedde Endowment Fund, Balance, March 31,2016 ..................................................................................... $410,000.00 Vernon Fedde Scholarship Fund, Balance, March 31,2016 ....................................................................................... $58,064.99 Total Endowment and Scholarship Balance, March 31, 2016 ................................................................................... $4~1,064.~ Max E. Burks - SecretaPflTreasurer REPORT AUDITED THE 12TH DAY OF APRIL, 2016 AND FOUND CORRECT: Calvin Bohnert Jim Dodey Susan Flinn