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II l Thursday, June 12, 2003 Country club golf scramble Mankato Country Club annual His and Hers Scramble rea with 19 teams playing 18 hi)les 0f under the threat of rain for much0 day. Tile tournament was tlighte( total score and split into three fli; All ties in the scoring are broken b best hole score starting with hole~ ber one. If there is a tie for the C! and Kimberly Rolf as ITV para profes- sional with her hourly rate to be deter- mined at a later date. Trevor is head high school boys basketball coach and head junior high boys football coach. Kimberly will be head high school girls basketball and head high school boys and girls track coach. The resignation of Judy Eilert, jun- ior high assistant cook, was accepted. Approval was given for the out-of- district-transportation request from Tom and Sherry Marr. A request from USD 279 for a bus to enter USD 278 to the McMillan children was responsl see fit. This arrangement will remain in effect until 'further notice. Bob Roush, facilities manager, re- ded he had cdntacted Marvin mis, Mankato City Manager, in regard to the fee for the city doing the work to the north parking lot at the Mankato Junior-Senior High School. The board approved the estimate from the City of $4,000 to repair the parking lot. Dale True was directed by the board to contact Donna Snyder to let her know the board is no longer interested in the of the Rock the winter and the relaxed atmosphere of Grand Lake, Okla., in the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krause and Ben visited at the Doug Frasier home. They left on Monday from Grand Island to return to Berlin, Germany, after visit- ing in the USA since May 26. Ben- iamin was an exchange student attend- mg White Rock and living with the Frasiers since August of last year. Wanda and Skylar Frasier and Elsie Carper, Lebanon, attended the Leba- non Music Club program, "Rock On." The on the annual Mahaffy. Glenadean Terrili attended the Jun- ior Miss program in Mankato. Her granddaughter, Lauren Jeffery, daugh- ter of Colleen and Brad Jeffery, re- ceived first runner up. Hazel Korb was an overnight guest of Larkie Searcy, Kenesaw. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown visited his aunt, Evelyn Davidson, Clay Cen- ter, on their way to Manhattan where they attended an area agency meeting. They went on to Topeka and visited grandson Matt and Amy Brown, then to Lawrence and visited their son, Mr. 'Absent board members were Ken Garman and Bill Wilson. Also attend- ing were Superintendent Bill Walker, Therese Frost, clerk; Jim and Shari Love and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli. The resignation of Jim Maguin was accepted as senior class sponsor. Jim Love presented some information about the proposed storage building. He had consulted with Wise Construction, Duncan Construction and Treb Con- struction. Discussion ensued on add- ing a weight training room to the build- ing. The board will seek sealed bids and it will be discussed at the next ' interest. Walker urges students to attend summer reading program at Burr Oak Library. Walker will recommend no change in the levy and that no collection was needed from the 4 mill levy. Word received that state hopes to send 15 percent of the state funds to the districts in June. Board approved- PDC points for Jan Boyles, Matt_Hesting, Marilyn Johnson, Janet Kriley and Wanda Warner. Jessica Thompson was middle Scott Miller and Gall Miller total of 73 strokes. non, Eula Silsby, ond and Gerald and Marie Jewell, finished third. lunch. The next tournament which begins with a shot 8:30 a.m. June 15. This toumament has been annually for at least 40 years. Doctor's arrival garage, 1 large family room. THREE-BEDROOM module home, real nice, corner lot. 6erald |lmmer Auction 8 Real Estate East Highway 24 Beloit, Kan. Call at 785-378.3693 "Introductory Hawest Specials"' lO-inch x 62-f0ot - No Trade Price ................................ $5,200 lO-inch x 72-f0ot ~ No Trade Price ................................ $5,650 Both U#s in S/ok/!/ be current residents of said Township. Grants may be used at any university, trade school or technical school. Student Loans Students and graduates of U.S.D. #279 are eligible to apply for loans, Excellent terms for college bound students! Loan applications are considered at any regular trustee meeting, the third Monday of each month. Applications may be obtained by writing to: Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. PO Box 165 Jewell, Koran 66949 may be picked up at: . Citizens State Agency 115 N. Columbus ]EWl:LL IHPLEHEHI" aewell, Nan 66949 All Scholarship Grant applicatio.ns must be returned to 63Ca'raCkbBrWf"tSteaers~ndheifers' 787~ | Company, Int. above addresses no later than Friday. June 20! Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984.9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545.6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 Sales: Rod Wilson and Mike Stauffer Hwy. 14, Jewell, Karl. E-mail: jewellimplement@nckcn.com . Office 785428-3262. Toll Free 1-877.428,,3261 The Trustees have a special concem to support students who may to return to southern Jewell County to reside and apply their ]~ trade. Please contact us for more details! It could mean additional for your education. Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. Norman Greene, President * Scott bienberger, Vice-President Max Burks, Secretary-Treasurer Robin Griffeth, School Trustee Stephanie Barrett, School Trustee