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Thursday, June 14, 2001 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8 Contracts with two teachers were attending a kindergarten conference approved when the Mankato school in Overland Park. board met Monday. The board ap- Mankato Elementary Site Council proved a half time contract for Brenda members forthe2001-2002 school year Dooley as home economics teacher, were approved as presented. She will be paid $18,376. A full-time Selections were made for the board contract was approved for Linda True attorney for the 2000-2001 negotia- as the h gh school math teacher. She tions. First choice was Donna will be paid $29,327. Whiteman, and second choice was Also approved was student ace*- David Cunningham. Bothare withthe dent insurance policy with an annual Kansas Association of School Boards. premium of $7,851.40. Ron Kelley, superintendent-elect, Bob Roush, transportation supervi- was appointed as food representative sor, discussed bids he had receivedon and hearing officer for free and rc- reroofing the existing bus barn. He duced meals. also discussed possibilities of utilizing Harold Terpening, junior and se- tile Morton building at the junior and nior high principal, presented a pro- seniorhigh school as abus barn. Roush posal fromMankatoLumberand Home was reqthested to present at the July Center for carpet replacement. The board me~ti ng an esti mate for masonry board approved the quote of $3,453.22 work and the cost of a peaked roof with for removing the old and laying new ribbed tin covering, carpetintheLittleTheaterand$360.32 A quote from Matt Pierce for $2,200 forth,junior and senior high secretary's to install a new motor in Bus No. 23 office. was accepted. Terpening is still gathering esti- Supplemental contracts were as- mates on a sound system for the foot- signed ,as presented. Board member ball field and gymnasium. The board Dave Warn, cast the only dissenting requested an estimate for replacement vote. Positions still open in the junior of the front doors at the junior and high include head and assistant foot- senior high school. The wire to finish ball coach, The board is also seeking a the internet project has been received. high school assistant boys basketball Richard Colson moved, seconded coach. Changes from last year's as- by Mike Liggett not to rename the signments are: Kelly Huncovsky,jun- track or football field as requested by for high head volleyball and girls bas- the 2001 SeniorClass. Motion passed, ketball; Justin Basart, high school as- 6-1, with Nell Becker abstaining. sistant tbotball; Carol Bingesser, jun- There will be, a special meeting for high school boys track; Randy June 21 for the purpose of closing the Towns, high school boys track; and fiscal year. Diana Jeffery, high school cheerlead- Those present besides the board ers. and individuals not previously men- Kathy Dauner, kindergarten tionedwereTomHeiman, RonKelley teacher, advised the board she will be and Lynette Bartley. Mankato swimming pool has opened its doors for the season. This summer's employees are (back row, from left) Vickie Zadina, manager, David Walton Jarrett McDonald and Kevin Boley, (front row) Armeshia Bartholomew, Nicolette Zeigler. co-manager, and Emily Ernst. Not pictured is Amanda Zadina. Jewell County Courthouse News Snyder II I I I I Mankato VFW Post building, located on Main Street, gets a face lift as Rex Freeman, on tractor, and Don and Allen Smith put up siding. Register of Deeds came f/om the west side of the road and Donald B. and Mary Helen Hayman flew into the vehicle's windshield. No andLucileRybergtoCityofFormoso, injuries to driver nor his passengers, Lots 11 and 12 in Block 3, original Richard Dafford and Rick McEntee Jr. mwnsite of the City of Formoso. Accident investigated by Wayne AI- Paul L. and Linda Hutchinson to Icy. Damages exceeded $500. Jeffery P. and Lora M. Hutchinson. June 9 at approximately 2 a.m. at PartofNW I/4ofNE 1/4of Section7, milepost 207 on US36, Melissa A. Township 1 S, Range 6W. Johnson, Courtland, was driving a 1997 John Frost and Lila Frost to Brian S. Voboril. Lots I, 2, 3, 4 in Block 2 in Chevrolet. traveling east when a deer original towns*t, of City of Esbon. came from the south side of the road Filed 6-8-01. and into the path of her vehicle. No Robert E. Jones, executor of the injuries. Accident investigated by will of Mary E. Jones, deceased to Wayne Alley. Damages exceeded Lucille Kohn. S 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of $500. Section 32, Township 4S, Range 9W Mankato City Court and the East 9 acres of the S l/2ofthe Michael The,sen, Manhattan, SE !/4 of Section 32, Township 4S, speeding, 47-30, $56.50. Range 9W. David D. Stover and Lynda ]. Sto- Heskett elected ver to Walter L. Wilson and Peggy Wilson. Lots 9 and 10 in Block 11, of[Icier original townsite of City of Burr Oak. Members of Kansas Legal Profes- Probate sionals, Inc., met for their fifth annual Estate of Charles W. Parker, jour- meeting and general assembly at the nal entry of final settlement. Red Coach Inn, Saline. Estate of Alice W. Self, letters of Officers for the coming year are administration. Karilea Rilling Jungel, president, Salina Criminal Legal Professionals; Mary Gamble, Slate of Kansas vs. Michael B. president-elect, Tri-County Legal Pro- Gieber, Belier*lie, boating under the fessionals;AliciaRieth,vice-president, influence, no navigational lights, dis- Wichita Legal Professionals; Elaine orderly conduct, negligent boating, Heskett, treasurer, JRMC Legal Pro- personal flotation not accessible, fessionals; Denise Kemble, recording State of Kansas vs. Nicholaussecretary, Topeka Legal Profession- Michael Nester, fugitive from justice, ais; Mary Ketzner, president's advi- Served. sor, Wichita Legal Professionals. Ap- State of Kansas vs. Richard Joseph pointed were Ann Rowh, PLS, parlia- Gates, akaJoe Lawrence, burglary and mentarian, Ford-Gray-Meade Legal felony theft. Professionals; Donna Brubaker, PLS, State of Kansas vs. Nicholausrecording secretary, Wichita Legal Michael Nester, burglary and felony Professionals. theft. Awards include Legal Profession- StateofKansasvs.ShawnE.Duvall, als of the Year Award presented to driving under influence Eileen Langston, Wichita Legal Pro- fessionals and the Membership Chair Award presented to Betty Ewing, PLS, Wichita Legal Professionals. Traffic Jason R. Kenno, y, Wichita, speed- ing, 76-65, no seat belt, $76. Brent A. Lindeman, Garretson, S.D., no taillights, no liability insur- ance, suspended license. Fernando R. Pacheco, Sahuarita, Ariz., speeding, 86-65, no liability in- surance, suspended license. Shelly A. Kuhlmann, Mankato, no seat belt, no child restraints, $84. Edward Kenneth Simms, Belleville, quiet hours violation, $554. Jian Zing Wang, Beloit, speeding, 79-65, $72 diversion. Nicholas L. Eitzmann, Superior, minor in possession, $254 diversion and 20 hours community service. Steven L. Kelsay, Auburn, Neb., illegal length walleye, $104. Judy L. Bolte, Jewell, speeding, 80- 60, $84. Carl C. Conley, Geneva, illegal length walleye, $154. Richard M. Hams, B urr Oak. speed- ing, 67-55, $68. Justin G. Charland, Mankato, speed- ing, 75-65, $64. James B. Patton, Superior, speed- ing, 7 !-55, $76. Darin L. Ahrens, Gretna, speeding, 68-55, $70. Stephen R. Cermet, Hastings, speeding, 72-60, $68. Jennifer L. Harder, Omaha, Neb., speeding, 75-65, $64. Geraldine D. Quested, McPherson, speeding, 73-55, $80. Ronna R. Easton, Englewood, Colo.. speeding, 75-60, $74. KISS YOUR CABLE GOODBYE! Accidents June 7 at approximately 7 p,m., at milepost 18 on K128, Rick McEnt, Burr Oak, driving a 1998 Dodge, was heading south on K128 when a turkey DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Buy -- Sd, -- Trade Open by appoinffnent or che~e 785-428-3337 ii (continue from page 1) soring or allowing the newly formed dance team to provide entertainment during ballgames. After discussion it was decided to give board approval to perform as an outside group. , Chris KIDs will serve as the admin- istrative assistant activities director at a salary of $2,000; Wands Warner w.ill be the elementary administrative as- sistant at a salaryof $750; Penny Turner will be the high school administrative assistant at a salary of $1,500. Custer reported that the gym ceil- ing at the middle school bad been painted. Classified salaries and benefits were discussed and the board agreed to pro- vide a GAP supplemental insurance plan for all classified personnel (work- ing more than 20 hours a week) and some salaries were adjusted. The board approved issuing two separate contracts to Marilyn Walker, fourth grade teacher. One contract is for the first semester and one/'or the second semester, 2001-2002. The end of year board meeting will be held at 7 a.m. June 28 at the Middle School, Esbon. Consideration of the superinten- dent's salary was tabled until the June 28 meeting. The board agreed to provide the school yearbook fund with $3,500 for 2000-2001; allowed $1,000 per each full time certified staff member; and approved all supplemental contract positions. Supplemental positions still open are for high school assistant vol- leyball, assistant high school boys bas- ketball, and girls high school basket- ball coaches, class sponsors for sopho- more, junior and senior classes and forensics sponsor. for USD 278 has openings the following coaching positions for the 2001-2002 school year Jr. High Head Football Jr. High Assistant Football High School Assistant Boys Basketball Applications Can be picked up at District Office, 301 N. West, Mankato 785-378-3102 Positions will remain Open until filled Umltod Area 1-800-852-7946 SRS sponsors Danny Simmelink was presented meeting in Salina an appreciation award for his eight The Kansas Department of Social years of service to the district as and Rehabilitation Services is holding schoolboard member. Bruce Custer, a public meeting in Salina to gather was presented a retirement gift from input from individuals and families the board, receiving social services. The meeting Those attending the board meeting will be June 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. were Jim Reed, Wanda Frasier, Danny at the Salina SRS Office, Kansas Room. Simmelink, Ken Garman and Sharla 901 Westchester. Broeckelman, board members, Lori The meeting will offer consumers Yelken,board president, BruceCuster, and their families a chance to speak superintendent, BillWalker, principal, with SRS secretary Janet Schalansky, Therese Frost clerk, Lesa Peroutek, share their ideas and concerns, and Renita Volker, Laura Underwood, help SRS plan for the future of social Ahsley Cline and Gloria Garman. service programs in Kansas. The Jewell County Connect Kan- sas representatives met Tuesday noon it/ Mankato. Twenty-three persons were present with representatives from similar Connect Kansas organizations in Mitchell, Republic and Cloud coun- ties also in attendance. Joel Applebee, principal from Beloit school, told about the school operated preschool. A discussion was held on the possi- bility of establishing a preschool within school districts in Jeweli County. It was thought grants might be used to start the program started. Connect Kansas program ideas dis- cussed including "Breakfast Buddy" and other mentor*rig projects for high school students to visit with younger students. It was decided to continue the "Break Away" after-school project that was implemented last year, Under this program students come after school and do their homework under superw- sion of volunteers. Stanley Colson and Lesa Peroutek reported the Connect Kansas meeting they attended at Saline. It was decided to have a county advisory board. Volunteers are being sought to represent organizations, busi- nesses, county services, schools, stu- dents, pastors, parents and day-care facilities in Jewell County. The board will meet quarterly to consider issues and ways to help with youth and the family. The Jewell County Connect Kan- sas group has been meeting monthly for the past year at various locations throughout the county. The county extension department and county core- missioner Stan Colson began the meet- ings with the aid of the state's juvenile justice personnel. Treat your father to a gift basket filled with goodies. Also have a selection of balloons and gift ideas JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER MANAGER the Trego County Board of County Commissioners are taking applications for the position of Juvenile Detention Canter Director for the Greater Western Kanaaa Regional Juvenile De- tention Center in WaK~ney, Kaneae. 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These banksil the catered meal served during the fair elude Central National Banks in include Guarantee StateBank, Beloit; kate, Formoso and Super* Heartland Bank, Jewell;Mid America Jamestown State Bank and Banks, Burr Oak and Esbon; Central Branch;HeartlandBank,Jewell; National Banks, Mankato and Supe- ers and Merchants Bank, Su rior; Jamestown State Bank and Ran- State Exchange Bank and dall Branch; Farmway Credit Union Credit Union and State Exchange Bank, both in County Bank, Lebanon; Mankato. Tickets for the meal can be Banks,BurrOakandEsbon: purchased at any of these banks begin- ish American State Bank, ning July 1. The group will meet Sept. A fashion revue committee report nominating and officer trainin was presented by Lisa Boyles. Com- mittee meetings at 7:30 and a mittee members Becky Behrends, meeting at 8:00. Becky Dean, Peggy Peters, Crystal Behrends, Erika Jones and Julie Heel 8tmmeltnk is on plan to use Wizard of Oz props as stage decorations for the public revue, winning KSU Elaine Peters reported for the food Chad Simmelink, a senior in stand committee. The committee of logical and agricultural Theresa Bouray, Jennifer Bolte and Esbon, isamemberofthe manager, Doris Bergstrom, plan to Powercat Pullers team that serve the same menu for the same home the gold in the American prices. 4-H families will serve a meal of AgriculturalEngi July 24. Student Design Quarter-Scale Council members approved having Competition. the crowning ceremony of the 4-H It is a three-peat for the King and Queen on Tuesday evening Pullers team, whose members arc1 after the fashion revue. In other business, Katie Pumphrey turalen and Peggy Peters, Global Conference nology management. delegates, thanked the council for spon- The event, held recentl Veterans' clinic will Ill., drew 29 teams from across the United States be located In 8altna as we. as the first transoceanic Congressman Jerry Moran an- from Malaysia. Each team was nounced that the Department of Veter- power engine and a set of tires. ans Affairs will establish a Commu- members worked most nity-BasedOutpatientClinic inSalina, year designing and building a The CBOC will offer vital services to cost, high-performance veterans wholive in north central Kan- cording to set des* sas. Er,tries are judged in tour "The thousands of veterans who ries: era! presentation written live in the Salina area and in north staticdesi central Kansas have been forced to petition or tractor pull. drive to Wichita or Topeka to receive Bringing home the travelin their basic services," Moran said. for the third straigilt year "With the establishment ofthisCBOC, ous achievement forour students," veterans will be able to receive the Jim Koelliker, professor and primary-care services they need,closer K-State's department ofbiolc to home." agricultural engineering. InAprii2000Moranhostedaveter- bers represented Kansas State ans' forum in Salina where veterans themselves extremely well, but' discussed the need for a CBOC in the will be area. At Moran's request, the Vet,r- who will be gunning for us more ans'Administrationheldapublicmeet- every next year." ing in Salina last July to gather public opinion on the establishment of a Belott etty CBOC. After that meeting, Moran requestedfederaifundingoftheclinic, to offer aide for NowthattheCBOChasbeenapproved, sidewalk repair it is expected to begin serving veterans this fall. Last week, the city "America's veterans put their lives decided to help residential on the line to protect our country and owners repair unsafe sidewalks, we must do everything that we can to The city will set aside make sure that they receive the ben- repairs for one year. The city efits and services they deserve," Moran for the cement, if the concluded, pay for the labor Moran serves as a member of the As sidewalks are deemed House of Representatives Veterans' by the city, property Affairs Committee and chairs the citations. The money will be l Health Subcommittee. with priority This is part of a continual effort to that are most unsafe. bring veterans' services closer to the ----" veterans they serve. Moran has also We are all inclined to been instrumental in the establishment selves by our ideals; of clinics in Ft. Dodge and Hays. acts. K-State Research and Extensions Department of Communication,, motivated individual to configure LANs; provide technical support; facilitate connactivity; and provide minimal ltaining on selectad hardware and software to personnel in county and area offices and research facilities located generally on and west of Highway 183 Possible office locations include Hays, Garden City, or Colby Travel is expected as necessary Required: graduation from an accredited two year technical school with an emphasis in computer science and/or telecommun~" tions and one year expedence performing microcomputer/LAN related tasks as noted above OR bactielor's degree in computer science or related field and experience with NoveU Netware and/Or Windows NT. To apply, send origtnal cover letter, resume and names and telephon~ references to Gina Bingham, Department of Communications, 301 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-3402. Excellent benefits package. Salary commensurate with experience. to begin June 26, 2001. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity amployer. KSU encourages diversity among its employees. the perfect gift for Father on Sunday, June 17 with selections from * New Colognes * New Lorus Watches RusseU Stover Candy t We have a selection of Father's Day Cards I, Mankato125 N. Professional_ Pharmacy t Commercial Mankato, Karl. " 785-378-3183 Mankato This week's report from the Livestock Commission Co., Here are some sales. Steers Heifers 15 mixed at 554 1 t 1.0014 blk at 519 8 blk at 568 111.00 15 mixed at 565 11 blk at 640 104.25 28 mixed at 595 11 mixed at 632 104.00 17 mixed at 702 13 mixed at 690 98.00 34 mixed at 742 12 mixed at 754 91.50 21 mixed at 750 24 Holstein at 803 69.75 We will be closed for approximately four weeks for a harvest break. If you have cattle to sell please c, one of our representatives and we will take care of' Andy Montgomery, owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile Scot Montgomery, Manager, 785-378-3798, Mobile Jon Ruseell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile Troy Hefts, Fieldman, 402-879-4992 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277