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118 S. Commercial Mankato, Karl. 785-378-3707 Sunday School .......... 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship .... 10:30 a.m. Thaddeus J.+ Hinkle, Minister 785-378-3938 Northbranch Friends Church Kenneth Smith, pastor Phone 785-647-8841 Sunday Sunday School .............. I0 a.m. Worship ......................... I I a.m. Located eight miles north of Burr Oak and two mile~ west. "Where The Son Alwa~ Sh/n~" First Baptist Church E. Hwy 36 Mankato , , r;q 785-378-30+, Neolin Taylor, Pastor Sunday Services Sunday School ...............I0 a.m. Worship ......................... 11 a.m. Bible Study ...................... 7 p.m. Wednesday Discipleship Training ...... 6 p.m. Olive Hill Church David Watters Sunday Sunday School .... 9:30 a.m. Worship ............ 10:30 a.m. Located five miles south and two miles west of Superior Schedules for Sunday Schools and Worship Service Mankato Harmony: Worship, II a.m. Sun. Sch.. 9:45 a.m. lo~ia: Worship, 9:30 a.m. Su~ Sch., 10:30 a.m. Odessa: Worship, 8:15 a.m. Sun. Sch., 9:30 a.m. Esbon: Worship, 8:15 a.m. Sun. Sch., 9:30 a.m. Burr Oak: Worship, 9:30 a.m. Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church 99 W. lhmd, J~mll, Kan. Wayne Feigal, Pastor Youth p.m. ...... 7 Sunday School ......... 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Service ....................... 10:45 a.m. Family Bible Hour ........ 7 p.m. AIl~lIRted ~ the E~lcsl F~ Chucch o~,~~ Jewell county Catholic Chttrches St:Theresa Saturday on first, third and fifth weekend ..................... 6:30 p.m. Sunday on second and fourth weekend .................... 10 a.m. Sacred Heart, Esbon 320 N. Commercial, Mankato 785-378-3939 Sunday ..................................... 8 a.m. Fr. Daryl Olmstead, Pastor Webber United Methodist Church Webber. Kaa. -. office 785-361.2664 Rce. 785-361-2070 Pastor Joyce Beam Sunday Worship ................... 9:30 a.m. Sunday School ...... 10:30 a.m. /" "Exercise helps Public Notices mhm . N~cy Gyure~ik has a message for i __ the estimated 43 million Americans ,'+ . (First published June 12, 2003, it, the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jew, County, Kansas 12th Judicial Dist~ In the Matter of the Estate of Mart R. Dempsey, deceased. Case No. 03-P-13 (Filed Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO c~vrrons The State of Kan.~as to all perso concerned: You arc hereby notified that on June 6, 2003, a petition was filed in tl " court by Frank M. Dempsey, an he devisee and legatee, and executor named in the"Last Will and Testam of Martha R. Dempsey," deceas~ , dated May 26, 1998, praying the filed with the petition be admitted to probate and record; petitioner be ~ . pointed as executor, without her , petitioner he granted Letters Tes mentary, and the "Consent of Spous filed herein, he determined a valid c sent. You are required to file your wr Jewell Trinity United Methodist and Montrose United Methodist Terry Mayhew, pastor Jewell Trinity Sunday School .................. .9:15 a.m. Morning Worship ...........10:30 a.m. FAds for Christ- Wednesday ........................ 3:45 p.m. Montrose Mornin~ Worship .................. 9 a.m. Fellowship Hour .................. 10 a.m. Evangelical Lutheran :~, Church ~:201 South Center Mankato, Kan. Church 785-378-3308 Res. 785-378-3766 : Steve L/t0e, Pastor Sunday Worship ..: .................. 9:00 a.m. Sunday School .......... 10:30 a.m. Proclaiming christ Since IS76 First and Third Wednesday Of Each Month " Di ctory Bus ness re tP Klema Quality Meats Beloit 785-738-6427 State inspected clean, modern plant ~" Pierce Electronics Communication Specialist Electronics Sales & Service Cellular One Two-way Business Band 785-428-3601 Jewell, Kans. Located North of Bank Gail L. Miller Title Inm~rance Agent Abstractor 208 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. Custom slaughter on Wednesday i MARy KAy America's best selling brand" .Pgaene Independent Beauty Consultant 704 NW St. Mankato, Kan 66956 785-378-3802 rlpayne @ ruraltel.net KEN'S BODY WORKS Kenny & Tracy Walker West Highway 36. Mankato 785-378-3930 907 Morgan Downs Clinic 785-454-3311 ten defenses thereto on or before July 11, 2003, at 9 o'clock a.m. in the Dis- trict Court, Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas,~at which time and place the cause will be entered in due course. upon the petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as proVided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. F~mk M. Dempsey, petitioner Prepared and submitted by: Regina L. Thompson, S.C. 17852 Thompson & Thompson, P.A. 310 4th Street, P.O. Box 66 Scandia, KS 66956-0066 (785) 335-2248 (telephone) (785) 335-2502 (facsimile) Attorney for Petitioner 24-3c (Published June 26, 2003, in the Jewell County Record) Jewell County CDBG FINAL PERFORMANCE PUBLIC HEARING The Jewell County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on July 7, 2003 at 11 a.m, at the courthouse for the purpose of evaluating the perfor- mance of Community Development Block Grant project No. 00-PF-009 which was for the purpose of rehabili- taring ten bridges within the county. Work done in support of this activity included, but was not limited to clear- ing and grubbing, demolition of exist- ing structures, constructing new struc- tures including installing steel sup- ports and pouring concrete, installing culverts, and reseeding. This project was funded in-part by Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing, Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. All aspects of the grant will be discussed and oral and written com- ments will he recorded and become a part of the Jewell County CDBG Citi- zen Participation Plan. Reasonable accommodations will be made available to persons with dis- abilities. Requests for accommoda- tions should be submitted to Carla Waugh, County Clerk, by noon July 3. l .... Mankato :" i Mini Storage Call: 785-378-3331 ~.785-378-3737 903 Lake Dr., Cawker City 781-4339 Officer Hours 9-12 and 1-5 Monday-Friday Phone: 785-378-3128 1 Simmelink Plumbing & Heating Dale & Rhonda Ionia Home or Shop 785-786-3721 1005 N. Lincoln, Beloit, Kan. 785.738.2246 207 N. Haynes Glaseo II usPS 2740940 II l,-m, :mr P+== Fl, J~aO+l~oo~II 904 Broadway. Concordia Field Offibes at Beloit - Farm Bureau Offices 1st & 3rd Tuesday 1-3 p.m. Mankato - 2neL& 4th Friday 1-800-783-4689 116 N. Center Mankato, Kan. 66956 r ...... ..... . Wilson's Insurance Co. Crop Insurance Multi-peril, hail "++ Loretta ~Wilson 200 E. [q~6iilton,ddankato 785-378-3451 RESTAURANT S UMA4ER HOURS: Closed Mondays! Open every Tuesday (lOa~ to2pm.) Open Wednesday through Saturday (10 a.m. t02 pJn.) and ( ~30 to 9 pro.) (O1 .~n Sundays a~to2pA) T Jm LL S. Highway 14 Jewell, Kan. Mankato Lumber & Home Center Metby Mortuary 420 N. High Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3211 Steve & Terry Melby "Get-A-Tan" Tanning Salon Tan 7 days a Week Open Evenings Wolff System Taning B(mlt 785-378-3802 *General Surgery M.B. Klenda, M.D. *Internal Medicine C.A. Concannon, M.D. FACP J.W. Siler, M.D. .Family Practice C.L. Fugate, M.D. K.G. Kimple, M.D. Christine Marozas, D.O *Nurse Practitioners Jennifer Pekarek, ARNP Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Becker's Electric, Heating and AC Electrical work, Heating and air conditioner repairs and installation Nell (Sam) Becker 217 w. Jay Mankato. Kan. 66956 Home 785-378-3076 Mobile 785-545-6645 Shop 785-378-3689 785-378-3154 117 E. Main, Mankato Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. Phone 785-378-3183 After Hours: 785-378-3849 Lyle Dauner, Pharmacist Jewell County Veterinary Clinic Mankato 785-378-3091 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12, I-4:30 p.m. Doctors: K.L. Thomp~n, DVM D.L. Kile, DMV ............. 7 ........ After Hours Emergency NO. 800-405-5880 Periodical Postage Paid at Mankato, Kan. 66956 Bill Blauvelt ................................ Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Kansas ............................. $19.13" One year in Nebraska ....... " .......... $18.00 with arthritis, a disease for which sci- ence has not yet found a cure. "If you have to lie with arthritis," says Gyurcsik, "you ought to learn how to manage it." And Gyurcsik has a good sugges- tion: get out and exercise. "There's a terrible myth that exer- cise worsens arthritis pain," said Gyurcsik, who is a phymcal activity specialist with Kansas State University's Office of Community Health. "When people with arthritis exer- cise, they should expect some stiffness initially, hut that's natural for anyone who begins an exercise program. One of the key things for people is to stick with the exercise program for at least six months. That's a key goal to have because most who make it that long are able to stick with that exercise pro- gram over their lifetime." May is National Arthritis Month. In Kansas, an estimated 686,000 adults- -34 percent of the state's population- report having arthriiis, defined as chronic joint symptoms or doctor-di- agnosed arthritis. Seventy million people now suffer from the disease, up from 43 million in 1998, according to the Centers for Dise4~ Control and Prevention. Gyurcsik notes that physical activ- ity is "one of the recognized ways to treat arthritis.' In addition to reducing pain, exercise improves physical func-'~ tioning and decrease~ levels of depres- sion and social isolation. "For some people, exercising with a partner is their social time," she said. "Overall, people's quality of life in- creases if they exercise." The number of suggested activities is as varied as one's interests, Gyurcsik said. Some people like to jog, walk or swim; others prefer to lift weights or ride bikes. But even such "leisure time activity" as doing yard work or walk- ing around the mall contributes to a healthy life-style. The National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people exercise at least five times a week for 30 minutes or more of aerobic acti(,ity at a moderate inten- sity. Physical activity can be cumula- tive, meaning that exercising in "pieces" of 10 minutes or more, for a total of 30 minutes per day, can help a person achieve the same health benefit as one session of 30 minutes. To help understand what moderate exercise is, Gyurcsik says people need to be breathing hard, bet+still pass "the talk Test: ....If you can't carry on a conversation whileexercising, then you are working too hard," she said. Gyurcsik recommends stretching muscles regularly to manage arthritis. Stretching helps a person maintain flex- ibility and mobilRv. It's also imn~r- tant to see a doctor who can provide specific recommendations for exercise depending on the progression of the disease. Many communities sponsor exer- cise i~rograms for citizens through wellness or fitness centers or the local hospital. More information on the health benefits of exercise also is avail- able at county Extension offices, or by contacting the Kansas Chapterof the Arthritis Foundation at 1-800-362- ! 108. Ask about a store's return policy when you purchase an item that costs more than $50. Walker Construction Conservation Contractor Based in Randall, Kan. Home Phone: 785-738-3231 or 785-738-3652 Johnny & Joleen Walker RR 1, Beloit, Kan. 67420 Jewell Co. Rural Health Clinic .... 785-378-3511 Dan CaMeron, M.D. Leon Hughes, R.P.A.C. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday- 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday - 8 a.m.- Noon Herbafife Independent distributor Call for Product or Opportunity 1-800-914-7608 Elsewhere in United States ................ $24.50 "indudm Kansas Sales Tax Publishdd every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Supn~or, Nebraska 68978 111 East Main, PO Box 305, Mankato, Kansas 66956 Postmaster: Send address changes to: Jewell County Record PO Box 305, Mankato, Kansas 66956 Telephone: 785-378-3705 Incorporating the JeweU Republican FAX: 785-378-3782 and the Jewell County Post John W. Bleecker, D.D.S. Office Hours: Mankato Tuesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, '8 a.m~..12 noon 123 N. Commercial 785-378-3103 Office Hou/'s:BeHeville 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Wednesday, & Thursday 2316 G. Street , 785-527-5683 R R Painters Thursday, June 26, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY From Deanna's Desk claimed the life of a southwest Kansas man last month. The disease is marked by flu-like ~ptoms, said Mike Bradshaw, K- Research and Extension hmdth and safety specialist. It was brought to the public's attention a few years ago when it was found in the Four Comers area where New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado meet. At the time, people living in southwest Kansas were be- lieved to be most at risk. The virus has, however, been found in other parts of the state, and it is wise to assume that anyone can he at risk. Hantavirns is carried by mice, par- ticularly deer, brush and pinion mice, and western chipmunks, who shed the virus in saliva, urine and feces. It can affect humans who come in contact with the shed virus. When airborne, the disea~ can be easily spread. The dust from sweeping out a garage or shed in which the mice may have sought. shelter may he all that's needed to transmit the disease. The same is true for cleaning out a farm shed or summer cabin that has been unoccupied for a period of time. Planting and harvesting field crops can put agricultural producers at risk, and a weekend at a campground can pose some risks for campers and other vaca- tioners visiting the park. Breathing air thathas been infected with the hantavirns is the most com- mon way f6 become infected. The virus causes fluid to build up in the lungs and make breathing difficult. Symptoms of the disease include a temperature, headache, abdominal, joint or lower back pain, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms usually appear within the first two weeks after exposure, but may not he apparent for as many as six weeks. If symptoms occur, seeking prompt medical treatment is recom- mended. Hantavirus can he deadly. Thirty-eight percent of the people who contract the disease die from it. To help people reduce their risks note these tips: discourage rodents from entering the home orgarage. Use steel wool or cement to seal, screen or oth- erwise cover openings and holes, such as small places around pipes or the foundation. Discourage rodents from nesting or burrowing in crawl spaces under a home or mobile home by cov- ering the ground with three inches of gravel. Trim brush and dense shrub- bery away from building foundations; dispose of grass clippings well away from the home or other buildings. Place galvanized ~etal flashing around the base of wotden or earthen buildings when rodents are a problem. Extend- ing them into the soil six inches and above ground 12~nches is recom- mended. Keep food, including pet food, cov- ered and store in rodent-proof metal or plastic containers with fight-fitting lids. Scrape dishes immediately after eating and dispose of food scraps either in a garbage disposal or covered trash con- tainer. Wash dishes and cooking uten- sils promptly and store them. Dispose of trash regularly in metal or plastic rodent-proof containers with tight fit- ting lids. Keep a woodpile neat and tidy. By Deanna Sweat, Jewell County Extension Agent Reduce risks from Hantavtrm ~ Dispose of unnecessary A fter a three year hiatus, hantavirus an dents. Store grains, Illg armBur'u Financial Services Vycke Garman (785) 378-3611 Mankato, Kan. Swisher Chiropractic Health Care Clinic 1i6 E. Main, Beloit Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday . 8:30 a.m. - noon & 2-6 p.m. Tuesday 9.'~ a.m. - noon Other hours by appointment 785-738-2221 water away from the mercial rodenticides preventatives in the home or farm out of children's pets. buildings, summer tective clothing, including plastic gloves, Forpeople infested areas, the respirator that can he ware and farm supply tot's can pose some with heart first with a Goggles also To dispose of dead taminateo materials, dents, their nests and handling transfer a dead animal materials strength bag, place i~ fitting lid. solution water tant solution. ping is ing can increase the contamination. Household items disinfectant or sent to a cleaning service. also should b~ hot water with fectant, and machine line dried in the sun. or cabin where present, campers are sleep directly on the floor. Specialists recommend tective floor used with a water or water that has nation is recommended cooking, washing dishe. teeth. To reduce rodents to the scraps in a trash container~ fitting lid, or bury it. FSA By ~ ~tet~ " Beginning July I of~ CRP- 1, CRP cover may on certain ration to prepare a seeded crops. Producers need to file~ early destruction and proved early destruction. The fall s may be planted prior to~ Participants are chemicals to age for spring tion of the CRP cover means is not permitted. ration is not permitted expires. An approved tion is needed. Producers will be in CRP-I to plant a fall-seeded crop manner and may result in est, ageis not tobel however, haying is equately prepare a crops, of the forage. Outside Mankato: 113 N Commercial. H you are not The Jewell County Record each week, you features and pictures reporting on the lives of your Stop by or mail your order to either, 111E. 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