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COUNTY RECORD senior-s get tell plans ,4U~sociation gives $17,850 ! awarded through the Mankato Association totaled These scholarships, which memorials as well as other are listed: p, $250 'ler Dunstan, Trevbr Elkins, Jenserh B~thany Melby and Loide and Roena Memorial, $350, Royce Snyder Family Memorial, Wagner• Rachel Dodd $500, Trevor Elkins. and Dorothy Standerwick $1,000 each to Tyler Daniel Eilert, Ross Jeffery Wagner. Carroll Collins ; 100 to Beth Gillett. Brandi Memorial, $100, Felicia Pc- Baird Memorial (F0rmoso ), $100 to Felicia J Memorial, $600 each Dooley, Beth Gillett, Garrett Melby and Chase J. each to Alan Peters and Pumphrey. Maxine $500 renewal Lance ~,$100 to Chrissie Murray. Rosalie David Giilett; $3,000 , Megan Thomas. ts Claycamp Memorial: $300 to Lance Winslow. Montrose School Alumni Associption, each, Tyler Dunstan, Elkins, Warne. tmni contributed funds scholarships for Mankato Donations ass of 1957, and from the 50 1953, in memory of de- members of the class, chosen by draw- night of the Mankato High banquet. The Mankato Association sends the award to the school the will attend. tp winners are ~ear of graduation and school 1997, Sarah Miller, University School of Law; Harris, Mankato, KSU. the class of 2000: Jessica Webber, KgU; Mindy , KSU; David Gillett, Cara Murray, Mankato, the class of 2002, Carrie KSU; Russell Dunstan, ;alina; Scott Miller, KSU; Murray, KSU; Dennis Webb, the class of 2003, Trevor KWU; Bethany Melby, Uni- Thu~day, June 5, 2003 nalism. Kristy Winkel: Hutchinson Com- munity College, radiology. White Rock High School Evan Boyles: Hays City Silver Award. Erin Garman: Fort Hays State Uni- versity Bronze Academic Award, Hays City Silver Awm'd, Jewell County Fam- ily-and Community Education, Jewell County Junior Miss Burr Oak Bank Award, Jewell County Junior Miss Spirit Award, Kansas State Achieve- ment Scholar, Levi Shipley Memorial, White Rock Post Prom, White Rock Board of Education, Doyle and Dorothea Silsby Foundation. Robyn Konen: Nuckolls County Foundation, Guide Rock Manson's, Doyle and DorOthea Silsby Founda- tion, White Rock Board of Education• Sheree K.riley: McPherson College Athletic, McPherson College Dean's Academic, White Rock Student Coun- cil, Hays City Silver Award, Burr Oak Christian Church, Kansas Wesleyan Eisenhower, Bethel University Scholar-Athletic Performance, Bethany College President, Vaden Davis Jr. Montgomery Manning: George Cosand Memorial, Fort Hays State Award of Excellence Health and Hu- manities, Fort Hays State Housing Award, Hays City Silver Award, Burr Oak Christian Church, Doyle and Dorothea Silsby Foundation, White Rock Brard of E&tcation. Candice Nava: Briair CliffUniver- sity Academic Achievement, Quincy University Academic Achievement, Richard J. Doyle Leadership Program. Jeanell Tucker: White Rock Stu- dent Council, Dane G. Hanson, White Rock Board of Education, Doyle and Dorothea Silsby Foundation, Kansas State University Foundation Award, Kansas State University Engineering Award, Southwestern Presidential. Kerry Waugh: Dennis and Grog Garman Memorial, Harry B. Sweet Foundation, Evelyn Harris Memorial, Hays City Silver Award, Fort Hays State University Award in Excellence in Elementary Education, Kansas State Medallion, Kansas State Tbmorrows Teacher 5th alt., Dane G. Hanson Stu- dent Award, Ted and Nora Anderson American Legion, Jrwell County Re- cycling, Jewell County Junior Miss 2003 first runner up, Jewell County JuniorMiss 2003 fitness winner, Doyle and Dorothea S ilsby Foundation, White Rock Board of Education. I I L II II Ill I I I Courthouse News Jewell County ii ilill iii I Register of Deeds Curtis E. Venn to Rosa Michael. Lot 10, Block 26, original townsite of the City of Mankato. Douglas W. Hastings to Joe E. Hastings. Lots 1,2, and 3, in Block 1 or Medcalf's First Addition to City of Jewell City. Nancy J. Sheesley and Fred Sheesleyto E. Jane Tipton. NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of W 1/2 NE 1/4, NW 1/4 SE 1/4 of Section 13, Township 1 S, Range 7W. Jack Pittaway and Joye Pittaway to the Secretary of Transportation of the State of Kansas. A tract of land in the NE 1/4 of Section 36, Township 4S, Range 8W. Rod Goff, aka Roderick D. Goff, and Kim S. Goff to Janice Peters. Lot 10 in Block 25 in original townsite in the City of Jewell. Mary R. Burtis to Virgil E. Jones. An undivided 1/2 interest in and to the W l/2ofW 1/2 andpart ofthe E l/2of SW 1/4 of Section 36, and an undi- vided 1/2 interest in and to the E 1/2 and the E 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section 35, Township 2S, Range 7W. Virgil E. Jones and Linda L. Jones to Virgil E. Jones and Linda L. Jones, husband and wife, as joint tenants and not as tenants in common. W 1/2 of W 1/2 and part of the E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Section 35, and E 1/2 and the E 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section 35, Township 2S, Range 7W. Nebraska State Bank, Oshkosh, Nob., plaintiff, vs. Tim P. Voboril, aka Timothy P. Voboril; Voboril Cattle Company; Ford Motor Credit Com- pany; and the Board of County Com- missioners of Jewell County, Kansas, defendants, to Nebraska State Bank, Oshkosh, Nob. SW 1/4 of Section 5, Township 3S, Range 10W and SE 1/4' of SE !/4 of Section 32, Township 2S, Range 10W; and E 1/2 of Section 5, Township 3S, Range 10W. Angola Sapp Jonson, as agent for and Power of Attorney of Carl L. Sapp to Larry McNabb and Ethel McNabb. A part of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 3, Township.3S, Ran~M,~. District,Court Ralph Krebbs vs. Robert Carlson, Janice Carlson and Kenneth Joerg. Cause of action negl!gence. IIIll I III From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Jewell County Extension Agent Plastic or glass windows? Is acrylic plastic a better window insulator material than glass? "No. Window pane material has little to do with the insulating value of a window," said Tom Logan, instruc- tor of architectural engineering and Royce Morrell, construcIion science at, Kansas State Jason ,~ ;University. .... ~Mankato, CCCC; Landon Wyoming Tech. i School seniors received in scholarships. school they will attend, !Plans and scholarships received. Bartsch: Kansas State Uni- clinical psychology; Kansas leadership. lsell: Hutchinson Com- ; education; Christian Women, Heart- ank After Prom, Hutchinson i ty College Crop Judgi ng and Nucl,,olis County Founda- American Le- Bledsoe: North Central Technical College, heavy operations; Peggy Peters Bohnert: Fort Hays State ;ity, elementary education; Sweet Foundation, Commu- Women, Peggy Jean ;Memorial 4-H, Jewell County and Community Education Or- Nuckolls County Founda- Legion Auxiliary. Dooley: ESU, agronomy; Dane G. Hanson, • ," and Lou R. Adams, Kansas State 4-H, Union Pa- FFA, Solomon Valley Thomas K. Ward, Man- Faulkner: Kansas National plans to attend college in the following basic. ghland Commu- technology; Highland Athletic, Ameri- Max Bourbon Memorial. Cloud County Commu- ; Cloud Federal Kummer: Cloud County College, mechanical en- Jewell After Prom, Cloud and Math technology; Jewell and Community Edu- Eric Durham Jewell County Farm Bu- Peggy Peters Me- A typical single-pane window has a R-value of about one. Several differ- ent contributions to that R-value must be considered. The largest portion of the insulating ability comes from the natural heal'flow resistance of the air layers on the two sides of the window pane. The air washes against the pane and is slowed. This slower moving air layer provides most of the insulation value• The window pane material pro- vides some insulating value, but not much. This is because the glazing material is, of necessity, very thin. For ex- IIIIII II years of high politics and English. Shelton: Oklahoma University, major in com- Okl~daoma Wesleyan Forensics, Oklahoma Snell: FHSU, communi- Bronze Academic tafford: Cloud County Com- computer science; P Community College and inn n ample, a pane of glass one-eighth of an inch thick has an R-value of only 0.013, about' one-seventh of the window's total insulating value. Multiple panes in a window will increase the window's insulating value because they create more layers of air. A double-pane window has an R-value of about 2, and a triple-pane window has a R-value of about 3, regard!ess of the transparent material used to make the panes. The insulating value of windows can also be increased by applying a transparent low-emissivity coating to the glazing material, which reduces heat flow by radiation. These win- dows are often referred to as "low-E" windows. A low-E, double-pane win- dow has an R-value of about three. This newspaper available on the internet at http//www.superiorne.com Saturday. i Ill I I IIII Illll I Mankato Professional Pharmacy wishes • " good luck to Jr. Miss Contestants We have the latest in: • Perfumes • Colognes " C~~ANDIeS~. Many other ideas for gift items Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial • Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3183 Reba, Have fun in the this weekend! We love you! Good Luck Mom and Dad Waterman: FHSU, broad- ms, minor in jour- II IIII II II I IIIlll I • Traffic John P. Boeckman, Beloit, speed- ing 77/60, fined $131. Brett L. CaUaway, Esbon, no seat belt, fined $10. Felipe R. De La Rosa, Wichital overweight 4600 lbs., fined $289. Darren D. Waiters, Beloit, speed- ing 65/30, fined $314. Marriage Licenses Chad Wayne Carter, Mankato, and Lori Jo Brown, Mankato• Issued 5-9- 03. Landon Lynn McDill, Hays, and Amy Michelle Zadina, Hays. Issued 2-27-03. Accidents May 31 around 10:45 a.m.,on High- way 28, Randall, a two vehicle acci- dent occurred. A 1986 Dodge pickup, driven by Stanley W. Behrends, Be- loit, was traveling east on K-28 and a 1989 Ford pickup, driven by Chandra Brey, Jewell, was traveling west of K- 28. The Brey vehicle was turning and failed to yield to the Behrends vehicle. Brey and passenger Tessa Douglas • were taken to Mitchell County Hospi- tal. The third passenger in the Brey vehicle, Alex Wright, Concordia, was uninjured. All were wearing seatbelts. Accident investigated by Trooper K28. May30 at approximately 1:20 p.m., Maureen A, Rider, Manhattan, driving a 1990 Olds, was traveling south on a Jewell County road 4.5 miles south from Randall, when she lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle slid sideways on the gravel and went into the ditch rolling onto its top.. A passanger, Nick Rider, was taken by Jeweli County EMS to Mitchell County Hospital. • Accident investigated by Ost. May 29 at.approximately 6:30 p.m., at milepost 204 on Highway 36, Kelly D. Isom, Smith Center, driving a 1997 Chevrolet, struck a deer. Damages over $500. Accident investigated by McEntire. Life At age 20'we dori't'care what the world thinks of us; at age 5Wwe find rut it wasn't'thinking of us at all. Dar announce contest winners Each year the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsor the Jun- ior American Citizens program. Pre- school through high school youth are eligible to enter art, community ser- vice and creative expression contests. This year's theme was "America the Beautiful". Entries were to reflect the natural beauty of America. The IocalDARchapter, DesireTobey Sears, received 219 entries from children in Jewell County Head Start, Mankato Elementary School, Mankato High School, Jeweli Junior Gift Scout Troop, Randall Elementary School, Jewell Junior High School, and Jewell High School. A.total of 157 students submitted entries to the Chapter in poster, stamp, group banner, photographic essay, poem and short story categories. Win- hers are listed by grade, category, name and placings in local, state, regional and state competition: JAC winners 2002-2003 "America the Beautiful" Preschool banner (group). Jewell County Head Start, first, local; first state; first, region; third, national. First grade stamp: Sheridan Koster, first local, first state, first regional. Taylor Peters, second local. Austin Montague, third local. Second grade Poster: Dalton Wil- son, first local, second state; Darica Bohnert, second local; Haley Thomp- son, third local. Stamp: DaricaBohnert, first local, first state, first region; Haley Thompson, second local; Katia Mat- ter, third local. Third grade Poster: Caitlyn McCreight, first local, second state; Alex Pierce, second local; Nicholas Birdsell, third local. Stamp: Nicholas Birdsell, first local, second state; Caitlyn McCreight, second local; Alex Pierce, third local. Fourth grade Poem: Shelby Smith, first local, second state; Brandon Broeckelman, second local; Kale Newell, third local. Poster: Michael Sjolander, first local, first state, first region, first national; Madeline Warne. second local; Brandon Broeckelman, third local. Stamp: Brittany Joerg, first local, second state; Chance Colson, second local; Chelsey Greene, third local. Fifth grade Poem: Kaydec Sheets, first local, first state; Kylene Cosand, second local; Amanda Fleming, third local. Poster: Sami Dean, first local, first state, second region; Miles Klos, second local; Kylene Cosand, third Sasha Roe, Mankato, and Scott Dooley, Jewell, worn national winnem in the Daughtem of the American Revolution Junior American Citizens program. Roe took first with her stamp design and'Dooley, honorable mention on his photo essay. The local DAR chapter, Desire Tobey Seam, sponsored local entnes. Kelsey True Best wishes and good luck!!! From Mom and Dad NCK RooEo Queen Contestant, Snoi eA Wstsoro local. Stamp: Damon 1i)ohnert, first local, third state; Victoria Duskie, sec- ond local; Chris Garner, third local. Sixth grade Poem; Brian Broeckelman, first local, first state; Alex Badger, second local; Jessica Cheek, third local. Stamp: Alex Bad- ger, first local, second state; Marcus Bolte, second local; Rebecca Hoel, third local. Poster: Kirsten Hermreck, first local, first state, third region; Lance Anderson, second local; Kaitlyn Dia- mond, third local. Seventh grade Stamp: Alison Waterman, first local, first state, first region; Anthony Eilert, second local. Short story: Patricia Cleary, first local, first state• Eighth grade Stamp: David Reiter, first local, third state; Craig Duskie, second local; lohnathanWilliams,third local. Poster: Devin Jones, first loCal, second state; Briana Hoei, second lo- cal. Banner (group): first local, first state, first region, second national, Wildcat Spirit, Michelle Snell, Ashton Wilson, Crystal Waterman, Lauren Slier, CeciliaReiter. Short story: Emily Brey, first local, first state. 10th grade Stamp: Sasha Roe, first local, first state, first region, third na- tional. 12th grade Photo essay: Scott Dooley, first local, first state, first re- gion, honorable mention national. Dooley gets FFA scholarship Scott Dooley, Jewell High School FFA member, is recipient of the Na- tional FFA organization award of a $1,000 Union Pacific scholarshi p. Union Pacific, as a special project of the National FFA Foundation, Inc.. sponsors the scholarship. Dooley plans to use the funds to pursue a degree at Kansas State University. Recipients were selected from 5,927 applicants from across the country. Supplements can ease arthritis pain One in three Kansans suffer from arthritis, but there are numerous over- the-counter dietary .,l~i~lements that can help alleviate the pare, said Kansas State University Research and Exten- sion nutrition specialist Barbara Lohse Knous. Listed are some options. • Glucosamine - thought to be help- ful for many with osteoarthritis. It is naturally found in almost all tissue, and is a building block of cartilage. It is too soon to know the effects of long- term use, but researchers know that glucosamine can ease joint pain• Glu- cosamine is made from shellfish, how- ever, and not recommended lbr people allergic to seal'~od. People with diabe- tes also are cautioned aboul glu- cosaminc-- animal research shows that it may worsen insulin resistance. • Chondr, oitin is another major com- ponent of cartilage. It can inhibit en- zymes that break down cartilage. De- ri ved fro m a co w' s trac heal cartilage, it can cause bleeding in patients who are taking blood-thinning medications. There also is some concern about chondmitin's effect on atherosclero- sis. • Fish and plant oils c~mtaining fats that decrease inflammation can aid people suffering from rheumatoid ar- thritis. Examples include black current or evening primrose oil. • Research using extracts from the Chinese Thunder God Vine suggest that the supplement yielded an 80 per- cent improvement, Knous said. • SAMe is sometimes h~ip ful in joint repair and mobility, but is not recom- mended for people who suffer from bipolar disorders because it can aggra- vate manic cycles. • Methotrexale, a drug that may be used in treating some forms of arthri- tis, inhibits the enzyme DHFR, which is needed to convert folate into an active form. That means that it may be necessary Io supplement li)late when using mcthotrexate. • Using a supplement is not a vote against conventional medicine, Knous said. Alternative therapies may be up- • pealing for various reasons, including cost. convenience and fewer or less mvasive side effects. Consumers should not. however. assume that alternativ, c medicines arc safe. Complementary and alternative medicines are not subjected to testing in the manner that prescription drugs are. she said. 2004 Jewell County Junior Miss Program Summ Luau Saturday, June 7, 7 p.m. ~6 admission, Doors open at 6 p.m. Friday, June 6; 7 p.m. ~4 admission, Dress Rehearsal and Junior Mister Contest Mankato Jr. - Sr. High School Little Theater The Rower Patch, says "Aloha and Luck" to all the Jr. Miss contestants at their summer luau ~.,heck out the new arrivals of tropical bal ns nowers and animals for your favorite Jr. JVUss contestant at Flower Paleh. 102 S. Commercial * Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3950