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Jewell County Record
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June 23, 2016     Jewell County Record
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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thur543a~. J~r,e Z3 20?8 Historical news notes from neighboring counties [n 19.36 the accidcnl~l use of small tclte~ ~ther than capitals got a prinl~ in a pickle, The ~cws item as winted read: "John L~wis of this community and Miss lda Jones, a long hollow ,~-htxd tca~r were n~urd ed last w~k," --Reader,~ nm acquainted with the area p~baM), didn't p.:alize the bride was to,char ~[ the Loan Helk,w 5 huol. Wh ~ a s~ck man ~ ts well nothing ~s done a~mt It. When a sick man di ~ his family published a card o|'tha~k~. A I"~'MLe~" S ewe gave birth to quin- tuplet lambs. He named them Yvo~ne, Y1wo, YIh~e. Yfom and Yfive, "1'~ people who live i:n the w~Dng I~rl of town can make it the righ~ pa,--I of Iov,'n by merely making h Sl~ whe~ they dwell beautiful. Tl~y ~)" I'~edwork never k}iled a~y- one hul =t surehas ~ueda Io~ or ~ople half to death. There were six Civil War veterans The lowell County Conwni~ers, Jev~t~ CoL~nty. Kansas have allowed and paid Ihe following payrolls and biffs ~or tha Quarter ending Ma~'tl 31,2016 General Jan. ~L%29708 Ma~. SDB.BIB,75 Hsal~ Jan. $10,541,4g Feb. $1t.0~7 46 ~r ~.93960 Feb. ~,B.~.01 Rnae at~ B~ge Jan t,~,:~5 ~ r-~. S~ ~4 ~. Ma~. $1~.~t 6 03 F~t~, $Z070,1~ Mar. ~1263.56 5~ial Wa~ Jan. $7.~17.31 Feb. $7.11600 Mac $14231 63 Arnbu(an~B J~n. $13,433.40 Feb. $14,075.$6 Mu ~ 483.53 Feb. $265,5O U~. t4t t.O0 c~ A~ KS ~C;~ J=n ~,006 03 KPERS-Ca. da~ $18~4t~!2 Feb. $1B,ge4.61 Mar $37,~ AFLAC d~n $779.60 F~. It779.60 BOBS. Denlai .J~ 52.318.~1 I:~ 5~,382.~ M~r ~.2&? 03 H@$h,'r,~Im~ ~1:1 J3.n $-1-124.~,~' M~r S.t04 69 Colonial U~ JOn ~ Ma~ $36.9~ ~lal'l P,~rern~at Jan $1.5 tO.(X) Fab. $t,535.00 Mar, $3,145.QQ ile~ Ye~k L=fe Jan $485 0 Feb. $,1~5.00 Ck~,k # I~ co~n ~ lL47a.15 F~"b $I .~B~ "~ Uar ~l~?.e~ Guama~ee l ~e I~, Jan ~34.21 Feb ~23421 Ma~ $,~3421 KPE 1~3.Gro~ Life Jan $319.6(] FE~ ~19.60 Mar $319.60 KPER$ J~ $11286.09 FOb $|1.3174~ I~r $~.519.05 Natt J~n Sa40.o7 F~. $.~0.07 k'~r ~11.31 Bille: FeerW~ J~. |17,B59.24 Feb. $1LiktBli Mat. ~1S.~43,31 Jan, ~,t85,04 F~ ~,1"~2,~ Mar. $12,4,51.46 ~x: ,Sec w~ Jan ~'9,5~9.14 Feb ~9,56B.90 Mar. ~:~8.~ ;'.12 S'~0e Ureml~ Jan $?4~ ~5 F~, $749.B3 I~m. $1Ag4.57 Bill=: General Jan, $91,54C.45 Feb. $29314,Og Mar. $40~5~.69 Public Health Jan. $3,gt3~.08 Feb. .$6,497.OD Mar. $4,101-66 Ap.oraiset Jan. $440.24 Feb, $3,293.39 Mar $1~.33. Road & Bridge Jan. $151,49 5.13 Feb. $46,901.16 Mar. $119.10~.33 Noxious Weed Jan. $1.133.89 Feb, $500.66 M~,r. $379.79 Solid Waste Jan, ~1.722.59 Feb, ~5.421.31 Mar. ~?=6,063A6 Ambulance Jan. $17.202.38 Feb. ~,4B5.~5 Mar. $~),073,17 EMP ~nelits Jan, g50.133,6~' Feb. ~- Mar. JW CO 911 Fd Jan. $3,f~1 36 Feb ~t 36 Mar. .$,591.36 Payroll Cling .Jan. $182.024.40 Feb. $177.924 85 Mar. $2 67.%,? 1 t5 SAFE Prgm ~an. $115.80 Feb Sl tB.00 Arab. Sp Eq. Fe~. $33,004 53 t~ar. $1,500,00 Vendm~ Mac Jan ~ g~ Equip Res. Feb. $9,782.00 To'ra r $2.46S.419.19 A dataik~ Slal0ement of e~penddums is availalbe ~,r pubic I.nSpectu0n at I~e County Ctetlk's olive li~ing in Republic Co-nty. Any time oil prosl'a~tors a-w: ~o, k ing in an a~a+ hinters and Sl'~=cul~.ll~n run wild bu(in L936dleddllers hrough~ a~cw kinder excitemenf to t.~, Ka,=~a~ comm~mdyofMon~a~td. Y~everaL ~ c~a earli~ witdeatlers tl'~mght the) h,~J sLnjck rock and a~mdoned tl~llut~ 1 fo~s and moved to another v, ll I~ 1936 k was &tided to r -enltr |he t, +c hole aad W lO drill through the t+ k the drillers ~:laimed to have ~l~k a nlelal Ix)x about 18 feet belo~ the surface of the land, An un~r u~rcm was ~aid to keep the box co~ercd ,~.th abOUla foot of waR"t. A %tt.~k < mlpa~) was org~ltized and a sisL-lt+ot ~qUaLre shaft sunk to the level ul the ~-+~ The ghah was cased amJ ~ hen the n '~ s report was published ~orkcr~ were struggt+ng to rai~ tMt Ix~x to 1.he sm- face --Sm- ~'zslt we knew the rest of the stow, ]nq.ainng mmd.s wahl to know what was found. Miss Vemac Bowes. a sch~l teacher living at Republic deci4~d to e~nge professions when a New York firm offered her a th.m~year contract to write radio scripts, The Jewell Republican reported; "Alfred, TanBdall wa'; passing a steel (rather than w[x~l) boxcar while al work at the Su,nerior cement plant and h~ a faint call I'm- help. He Ol') aed am doorand I~,u~d a men on his ]+a~Js and knot.s, When ~he fresh air hit him, the ina~ fainmd. Alter regaining con- S i~t.~ss, ~ man rClX~ncd he was taking a boxcar ride when someone closed t~ deer nearly causing him m suffocate Tangdall said the man was well dressed and p~hahly ~ould have afforded 1o pay his fare which he Frith- ably will do next tim. In lY t6 ~he Blue Rapids Times m- ported. +'A young couple entered [he preacher's study just before the Sun- day momittg worship service was m slart and ~k~d the presider lO marry them. ]n order not to delay the morn- ing seP iee, the preacher asked them In wait until after the sermun and then hc would p~blicly m~rty them. The:,' agreed and k~k a plac' in the sa~l~- ary. At 11', end