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RECORD Tl~ursdaY,'/Vlay 22, 2003 Valley Panthers win Pike League Track Meet Valley boys and girls won Trail League Track Meet !Pike Valley boys scored 196 ley girls scored !Win both the boys and girls Boys' team results a distant 2nd with Mankato was 3rd with 70 Jewell came in 4th with 68. came in 5th with 37 St. John's was 6th with and North Central finished 17 12 and White Rock 8 points. individual results ~Vault: I st, Chris Zach, HC. Drew Mahin, PV, 9' 6" Luke Mahin, PV, 9' 6". put: 1st, Nathan Brummet, 11"; 2nd, Matt Howell, Man, "; 3rd, Jim McMullen, PV, 43' Brandon Isaacson, PV, 42' Brock Hanel, PV, 42' and 1, St. J., 41' 4.5". jump: 1st, Casey Hausman, Monte Manning, WR, 5' Chris Householder, PV5' Zach, HC, 5' 8"; 5th, ~Wanson, PV, 5' 6" and 6th, ntry, St. J, 5' 4". jump: I st, Zach Kopsa, HC, 2nd, Kendall Pacey, St. J, ,Andrew Pumphrey, Man, 38' Scott Higle, SC, 37' 3.5", 36' 1" andTrevor 36'. lump: I st, Zach Kopsa, HC, Ross Jeffrey, Man, 19' Kendall Pacey, St. J, 19' ,Chris Zach, HC, 19' 3"; 5th, 'Pumphrey, Man, 18' 11" and PV, 18' 11". s: 1st, Nathan Brummet, SC, 2nd, Wes Clark, PV, 125' Jew, l 18' 11"; PV, 102' 5"; 5th, ~merer, Jew, 99' 8.5" and 6th, Man, 98' 10.5". t hurdles: 1st, Patrick Jew, 16.64; 2nd, Jordan 16.83; 3rd, Jon bingesser, ,43; 4th, Kade Odell, PV, Drew Mahin, PV, 17.89 .aron Dyke, PV, 18.21. meter relay: 1 st, Pike Val- 2nd, Mankato, 8:31.01 ; 9:28.86; 4th, Hillcrest, and 5th, Southern Cloud, meter dash: I st, Casey ~, HC, 10.98; 2nd, Mike Koss, Kopsa, HC, I1.58; Helme, PV, 11.73; 5th, :le, SC, 11.80 and 6th, Kevan l1.92. relay: 1 st, Hillcrest, nd, Pike Valley, 45.10; 3rd, Cloud, 46.84; 4th, Jewell, St. John's, 50.93. ~eter hurdles: 1st, Patrick ; 2nd, Mike Odelt, .07; 3rd, Drew Mahin, PV, Popelka, HC, 46.10; Hendershott, HC, 46.67 and Bingesser, Man, 43.93. meter dash: 1st, Casey HC, 22.36; 2nd, Mike Koss, 3rd, Derek Stewart, PV, th, Craig Stensaas, PV, 23.97; 5th, Nick Kraus, PV, 23.53 and 6th, Jeff Richecky, HC, 25.14. 800 meter run: 1st, Ross Jeffrey, Man, 2:06.05; 2nd, Caleb Mahin, PV, 2:06.15; 3rd, Greg Zadina, Man, 2:08.46; 4th, Trevor Elkins, Man, 2:15.82; 5th, Luke Mahin, PV, 2:19.79 and 6th, Tyler Clark, PV, 2:23.11. 400 meter dash: 1st, Keith Blanding, PV, 51.53; 2nd, Jeff Richecky, HC, 52.45; 3rd, JeffNutsch, PV, 55.15; 4th, Craig Stensaas, PV, 55.51; 5th, Mark Winkel, WE, 55.99 and 6th, Blake Oetting, St. J. 56.72. 3200 meter run: 1st, Mike Wanklyn, Jew, 10:51.52; 2nd, Dustin Reynolds, PV, 10:57.75; 3rd, Jess Eberle, WE, 10:57.85; 4th, Michael Loring, PV, 11:02.80; 5th, Caleb Mahin, PV, 11:37.14 and 6th, Mark Hendershott, HC, 11:38.78. 4 x 400 meter relay: 1st, Pike Val- ley, 3:34.97; 2nd, Mankato, 3:39.36; 3rd, Hillcrest, 3:46.54; 4th, Jewell, 3:49.21 and 5th, St. John's, 4:04.93. 1600 meter run: 1st, Mike Wanklyn, Jew, 4:51.43; 2nd, Caleb Mahin, PV, 4:57.25; 3rd, Dustin Reynolds,PV,5:06.02;4th,JessEberle, WE, 5:08.91 ; 5th, Michael Lori ng, PV, 5:21.35 and 6th, David Harris, Man, 5:30.14. Javlin: 1st, Wes Clark, PV, 161' 10"; 2nd, Derek Stewart, PV, 156' 4"; 3rd, Tyler Clark, PV, 140' 6"; 4th, Caleb Ramsey, Jew, 136' 8"; 5th, Mike Chaput, SC, 118' 1 I" and 6th, Brody Grove, NC, 111' 4". Girls' team results The Jewell girls came in second with 92 points and 3rd-place Hillcrest was right behind with 91. Mankato was 4th with 74 points, North Central 5th with 52, Waconda East 6th with 44, Southern Cloud 7th with 32, St. John's 8th with 29 and White Rock 9th with 8. Girls' individual results High jump: I st, Maggie Schmidt, SC, 4' 10"; 2ndT, Kayla Bergstrom, PV, 4' 9"; 2ndT, Amanda Arnold, PV, 4' 9"; 4th, Echo Grooms, WE, 4' 8" and 5th, Beth Gillett, Man, 4' 6". Javelin: I st, Holly Harris, HC, 129' 2"; 2nd, Chris Fischer, St. J, 118' 3"; 3rd, Katie Fortin, PV, 106' 9"; 4th, Lindsay Melby, PV, 97' 1"; 5th, Alicia Thiessen, St. J, 94' 4" and 6th, Casey Henningsen, WE, 90' I0". Pole vault: 1st, JennaLee Harris, Man, 9' and 2nd, Emily Burgess, 6' 6". Long jump: 1st, Karl Albert, WE, 16' 5"; 2nd, CrystalHenderson, PV, 15' 1.5"; 3rd, Kelsey Frager, NC, 14' 9.5"; 4th, Jessica Winkel, WE, 13' 1 l";5th,Maggie Schmidt, SC, 13' 10" and 6th, Whitney Hurd, Man, 13' 9". 4 x 800 relay: 1st, Mankato, 11:73.79; 2nd, Pike Valley, 12:27.25 and 3rd Jewell, 13:09.90. 100 meter hurdles: l'~t, Tabayia Kopsa, HC, 16.75; Samantha Niewald, St. J, 17.07; 3rd, Kelly McPeak, WE, 17.79; 4th, Laura Butts, Jew, 18.23; 5th, Kayla Bergstrom, PV, 19.18 and 6th, Clarissa Howley, PV, 19.42. 100 meter dash: 1 st, Kelsey Frager, NC, 13.00; 2nd, Crystal Henderson, PV, 13.10; 3rd, Vanessa Ernst, Man, 13.27; 4th, Samantha Niewald, St. J, 13.60; 5th, Ashley Lienberger, Jew, 13.62 and 6th, Sarah Reuter, HC, 3.74. to the fast lane. You can now renew your vehicle tags online or on the pfione. A new service from the Kansas Division of Motor Vehicles. Toll-free 1-866-4kstags (457-8247) In loving memory, ! ask that we pause and reflect into the of our neighbors who died since last Memorial Day. As ~ reflect, remember the survivors with a kind word the next ,ou see them. We dedicate this space to their memory. Lorraine A. Humann Loretta Catherine Kimminau Betty Jean Newton Ralph Wayne Smullins LeBuske (Libbie) nmi Crangle Merlin Lee Alexander Norine Louise Hajny Martha Rosella Marie Dempsey Bobby Gene Newell Roderick Edward Weltmer Helena Nejeschchteb Marjorie Jean Noller Riley Glenn Jones Freddie Harolyn Bryant Gordon Clare Grimes Agnes Marie Cusic t~ Charles Eugene Berry l~rence Madalyn Stevenson (~ene Edward Shackelton Martha Bell Dietz Edwin Rex Dunstan, Sr. Lyle Dean Powell Marvel Katherine Judy I~etty Katherine Murray Ralph Gerard Tremblay Gabriel Nejeschchleb Vera Ellen Dempsey Duane Hugh Snyder 1 402 North High Street Mankato, Kan. 66956-4740 Phone 785-378-3211 Fax 785.378-3808 1600 meter run: 1st, Meghan Warne, Man, 6:11.08; 2nd, Skyi Pearce, SC, 6:16.65; 3rd, Nicole Jeffery, Man, 6:20.99; 4th, Kristin Grover, NC, 6:25.91 ; 5th, Kelsey Sinn, NC, 6:25.95 and 6th, Natasha Piersee, PV, 6:33.96. 4 x 100 meter relay: I st, Hillcrest, 54.12; 2nd, Pike Valley, 55.65; 3rd, St. John's, 56.7 l; 4th, Mankato, 57.31 and 5th, Jewell 1:03.27. 800 meter run: 1 st, Meghan Wame, Man, 2:37.79; 2nd, Deidre Frager, NC, 2:39.33; 3rd, Emily Burgess, Jew, 2:43.41; 4th, Brandy Valek, HC, 2:43.61; 5th, Nicole Jeffery, Man, 2:47.04 and 6th, Lindsay Gallion, NC, 2:50.32. 200 meter dash: I st, Kelsey Frager, NC, 27.66; 2nd, Sarah Reuter, HC, 27.68; 3rd, Ashley Lienberger, Jew, 28.04; 4th, Karl Albert, WE, 28.13; 5th, Maggie Schmidt, SC, 28.96 and 6th, Vanessa Ernst, Man, 29.07. 400 meter dash: I st, Kelsey Frager, NC, 1:05.21; 2nd, Holly Harris, HC, 1:06.16; 3rd, Emily Burgess, Jew, 1:06.78; 4th, Lauren Jeffery, WR, 1:09.00; 5th, Amanda Arnold, PV, 1:09.89 and 6th, Kim Ludwig, St. J, I : 10.48. Triple jump: 3rd, Crystal Henderson, PV, 30' 9.75"; 4th, Lauren Jeffery, WR; 5th, Kayla Bergstrom, PV, 29' 7". Jewell hosts regional golf at Mankato CC Jewell hosted the KSHSAA Re- gional Golf at the Mankato Country Club Monday. The top three teams qualify for state and the next five lowest individual scores that are not member of the three qualifying teams also qualify for state. The Downs team won the regional. Downs golfers shot the following scores: David Cary 82, Hosea Harris 86, Quinn Caldwell 86, Chace Wets 87, Jamey Parker 111 and Aaron Hardy 125. The White Rock golfers came in The powerlifting team at White Rock High School attended the 1A State Powerlifting Meet recently. Members of the team are (from left) Josh Sholtz, Jim Garman, Lauren Jeffery, Robyn Konen and Chris Hancock. Jeffery placed third overall and Konen placed fourth. Both placed third out of 30 girls..Hancock placed seventh overall and fifth in squat. Shotz and Garman both performed personal bests in the competition. Travis Cox is coach. Josh Bird 89, Caleb Frasier 94, Justin McCutcheon 95, Josh Hancock 112 and Josh Sholtz 116. The Waconda East golfers finished third. Waconda East golfers shot the following scores: Jan Frasier 90, Cody Thompson 92, Brett Remus 92, Bran- don Behymer 104 and Brady Marzolf 124. The top 12 individual golfers are DavidCary,Downs, 82; KevinTiernan, Beloit St. John's, 83; Stewart Boyles, White Rock, 85; Quinn Caldwell, Downs, 86; Hosea Harris, Downs, 86; Justin Kemmerer, Jewell, 87; Chace Wets, Downs, 87; Kerry Tiernan, Beloit St. John's, 88; Tanner Dauner, Mankato,88FJ~osh BirdTWhite Rock, '89; Joel Kemmerer,~well, 93 and Cortney Alexander, Mankato, 93. Burr Oak .By Anna Belle Grubbs Guests of.Gene and Marje Johnson were Jeanne Platt, Minneapolis; Dixie Robichaud,Blue Springs,Mo.;Cherryl Adams, Minneapolis; Ervin Boss, Salina; Mike and Debbie Platt, Man- hattan; Jason Adams and family, $alina; Amy Adams, Salina, and friend, Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Platt, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Platt, Wichita; Beth Jeffery, Superior; Dale and Susan Figge, Westmoreland; Craig Figge, Holton; Angle Frohardt and family, "Salina; Beverly Frost, Esbon; Alice Kei-win, East Orange, N.J.; Ruth Price, Chicago, Ill.; Neita DeMarco, Denver, Colo.; Wilma Haney, Aztec, N.M.; Bobby and Marilyn Johnson and Jerod Johnson. Glennys and Cliff Barnes attended a junior high track meet in-Red Cloud to watch their grandson, Drew Barnes, second. White Rock golfers shot t4~=-.particigate. following scores: Stuart Boyles 85, Glennys and C~iff Barnes were in Benkelman, Neb., watching grandson, Kyle Ord, participate in his district track meet. Diana, Kyle and Kasey Ord, Maywood, Neb., visited the White Rock schools on Friday as the boys are planning to attend there in the fall. They spent the day visiting with 1Cliff and Glennys Barnes and other family. Darin, Lance and Kayla Barnes, and Amanda Hudson, Red Cloud, Neb., were lunch guests of Cliff and Glennys Barnes. They spent the afternoon vis- iting their cousins, Jerry Barnes and Kelley Anderson at the Cheryl and Morris Hillman home. Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended middle school graduation in"Esbbn. While there they visifed"briefly with Mike and Sue Young, former teachers NOTICE TO AT&T BUSINESS CUSTOMERS IN KANSAS AT&T has tiled tariffs with the Kansas Corporation Commission to revise the bill timing on Intrastate calls associated with AT&T's'All In One Rate Plans A, B and E. These call types will be billed at full minute timing. Also, AT&T will increase the Intrastate Calling Card Surcharge associated with all All In One Rate Plans to $1.50. These changes are scheduled to take effect on May 20, 2003. FINALLY!I! Health insurance for individuals, families and the self- employed at AFFORDABLE rates Insurances underwritten by The MEGA Life and Health Insurance Company. Scott Shea, Insurance Agent 0067 785-335-2020 (Ask for Vickyt.) M., ah't....tt Cosmetics Co snes pWatches In observance of Memorial Day we will be be closed Monday, May 26 Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kansas 785-378-3183 All Jewell County Offices and Solid Waste Facilities will be CLOSED Monday, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day. The County Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, May 27 at the White Rock Schools Shonda Wilson, daughter of Bill and Linda Wison, is a contestant for queen of the NCK Saddle Club's 50th Annual Rodeo. Jerry and Shanna Barnes, Powell, Wyo., were weekend guests of Morris were dinndr guests of John and Judy Blackburn at acafe in Courtland. They also visited with Mary Kaldahl, Courtland' s postmaster. Mary and Dan Modlin hosted a reception in their home for grandson, Chad, an eighth grade graduate. Walt and Peggy Wilson attended graduation in Manhattan Saturday for Andrew McLain. Guests of Hazel Korb were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, Walker, Minn., and Cheryl Hillman. They ~'ere here Alice Dell and Fred Hoppe, Agra, and to attend the graduation ceremony of Bob and Lonzy. his daughter, Jessica. Also spending Wilma Underwood accompanied the weekend were Kelly Anderson and her fiance, Nick Bunting, and his chil- dren Raef and Raegan, Cody, Wyo. House guests of Morris and Cheryl Hillman were Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver, Cliff and Glenny Barnes, David and Tammy Barnes and children, Darin Barnes and friend, Amanda, Lance and Kayla, Jeff and Diana Ord and Kasey, Cody and Renita Volker and childreu, Ranae Jacobs, Aaron Christenson, Shane Hillman, Samantha Ault and Jake, Peggy Wilson. Shelly Harris, Salina, visited her dad, Nelson Harris. Dewey Terrill, Junction City, vis- ited his mother, Gtenadean Terrill. Barbara White was hostess to the Young Matrons Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Francis and Bernicce Harris were in Craig, Colo., to attend the wedding of the Francis' grandson. Homer and Anna Belle Grubbs Debbie Underwood and Ken Sween to Concordia for the college graduation of Judy Shupa and reception in her home in Beloit. Rose Damon took Wilma Underwood to Beloit. Judy Ost was greeter at the United Methodist Church. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Jerry and Jim Harding, Manhattan, Cathy Chase, Re- public, Dawn Morley, Drew and Darcey, Belleville. Alma Garman was hostess to coffee hour. The Hardings were weekend guests of her parents, Don and Mary Modlin. Cathy and the Morleys were visiting Richard and Cam Gates and Lorie and Gerry Waugh and family. Tom and LouAnn Harris went to Oklahoma to attend the high school graduation of LouAnn's daughter, Kelly, and to Hays for college gradu- ation for his daughter, Niki. Richard and Cam Gates were evening callers on Barbara and War- ren White. Hazel Korb called on Homer and Anna Belle Grubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ByersFcently spent some time in Denver, ( dlo., with their daughter Pat and Dave Anderson. Tommy Korb, Kansas City, was a weekend guest of Gary and Carol Garman. Gary and Carol call on Geneva Garman reguhu'ly at Jcwell County Long Term Care. Elsie Carper, Lebanon, was a Sun- day guest of the Doug Frasier family. Doug McNichols called on his mother, Winnie McNichols. Kelly McNichols was a Sunday dinner guesl of Winnie. Weekend guests of Orena Spatz were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Spatz, Chey- enne, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spatz and daughter, Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Huren, Denver, Colo. They were here for the high school ~radua- lion of Evan Boy~es. Becky McNichols, Callum and Gracie, were weekend guests of he1 mother Mira Johnson, Lindsbur!,. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell have returned home after spending the wiw ter in the south. A family chorus, consisting of Clill and Glenny Barnes, Cheryl ttilhnan. Jerry Barnes and Kelly Anderson, sang a special at the Christian Church Sun- day morning. 'Laugh it up' at summer reading "'Laugh it up aI your library' i~ the theme for tile summer readidg lind- gram at BurrOak City Library suunnt i" reading program. Sessions are set tor Mt)nd:.i\, Wednesday and Friday during the se~- ond and third week o[ Juue: 9, I I. 13. 16, 18 and 20 from 10tt~ 11:31 a.m Children 4 and older arc invilcd,I ~ attend. Youugel children may i)artict- pate if accompanied hy a pareltl tf guardian. Registration is Ir()m 9:?,0 Io1()Zl.ll o,n the first-day. 1)ach sc~,sion '.wiil include stories, gau|cs, Ire'diN, I)II/C>, crafls and lots of laughs. TIN library is located m Ihc t4d limestone schoolhouse ill 776 Kam, a~.. BurrOak. Hours are2lo5pm. Mo~. day, Tue.~day. q'hulsda} and lZrid:iv through May 31. ltegimm,~g JtlllC i hours are 9 ;LIll, 1() I|t)()ll .Molltla%. Wednesday al|d Friday. and Tucsd,iv evcuings from 7 to 9 p.m. (;ood Advice Don't believe all yt)u ht:ur untcs, it's a police car, or fire /ruck. or rz|il- road trai n. We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property located at 1063 East Third St., Superior, Neb. beginning 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 4 LUNCH BY CHOP'S GRILL REAL ESTATE WILL SELL AT 6 P.M. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Single story bungalow-style t~ome with two bedrooms plus a 3rd bedroom or den. large living room-dJnir~g room combination, kitchen with new oak cupboards and built-{n dinette d~shwasher and garbage disposal, bath with shower, main floor laundry and 3/4 uni,w~hed basement. Recently installed central heat and air unit. Vinyl siding and I 12 c;~r garage. Home is located on a corner lot on the edge of town Home wilt be ~oid at auction "as is". No warranties expressed or implied. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 1 and East 10 feet of Lot 2. Block 36 in East Superior, an addition in and to the Original Town of Superior. Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES" 2002 taxes would have been approximately $50956 2002 and atl prior year taxes paid by seller. 2003 taxes will be prorated to date of posses~Jon. POSSESSION: Immediate upon final settlement. TE R MS: 20/,, down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed a nd marketable title. If Title Insurance is used, seller and buyer will pay equally on premium. ALL ANNOUNCE MENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVE R PRINTED ADVERTISING. ALL LICENSE ES OF MIKKELSE N REAL ESTATE AN D A UCTIO N ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT. FOR VIEWING, CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN, REAL ESTATE BROKER, AT 402-879-4464. APPLIANCES Gibson refrigerator, 18-cubic foot, white-four years old Magic Chef electric stove, almond Maytag washer, white Maytag electric dryer, almond GE microwave with turn table Apartment-size refrigerator Magnavox console color TV with remote Magnavox VHS player Stereo with large speakers ANTIQUE FURNITURE AND COLLECTIBLES Walnut cupboard with four doors, two drawers with porch approximately 125 to 150 years old. Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table with four chairs Walnut spring rocker Cuckoo Clock Some old coins, including Indian head pennies Etched goblets Farley handwork Figurines Kerosene lamp Costume jewelry Records Camelback mantle clock, Plymouth (1)1932 Liberty silver dollar (2) 1964 Kennedy silver half dollars One each of 1902, 1906, and 1907 Lady Liberty "Nickels" (1)1882 Indian Head penny (1) 1905 Indian Head penny (2) 1935 Indian Head nickels 5 X 7 "Lone Wolf" picture (3) Quilts (1) Old hand-crocheted bed spread (1) Old safety razor in carrying case with blades (2) Pairs of old eyeglasses with case-One has the name of a certain optometrist that says "Jewell, Kan." on it. (1) Old beaded purse FURNITURE Mediterranean-style bedroom set with double dresser and mirror, chest and headboard Blonde bedroom set with double dresser and mira_ r chest and bookcase headboard Several upholstered chairs Five-shelf unit Lamp tables Three-piece triangle table set Mediterranean-style double pedestal desk Miscellaneous stands and cabinets Wrought iron patio table with four chairs Oak jewelry chest on legs Blonde jewelry chest on legs Hide-a-bed Wood armed Early American-style sofa HOUSEHOLD AND MISCELLANEOUS Miscellaneous kitchenware Small kitchen appliances Electric lamps, wall decor and books Bedding and linens Two-drawer file cabinet Hoover canister vacuum cleaner Luggage Law and garden tools Other miscellaneous items Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. Property is yours when bid off. All items sold In "as is" condition, description to the best of our ability. However, the own'ers, auctioneers and printer make no warranties, either expressed or implied, and are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day os sale take precedence over written advertising. OWNER PHEBE GREENBERG Sale conducted by Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser O Assisting Auctioneers: Corey Mikkelsen and Brad Elting PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 e-mail: mr44608@alltel.net Web site: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com i i