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9A JEWlELL COUNTY RECORD 1 I Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-319t or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E, Main in Mankalo to pMce your ad. 16-Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: Honda self@rope)led, 5- speed mower wflh muk;her and bag- ger, 1 t/2 years ell, $650, 402-639- 8706. 16-26-tfc . FOR SALE: Winch~er gun ann of- lice safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-tfc FoR SALE; 50 Ib. Uags of~rti~er, 30-0.3 wk;;ralx:jrass preventer, 16 4- 8 and t2-1-12 mero-sized stow re- lease ~or high quality g01f c, ourse and residontial turf management, www. bhackstrapinc.com 16 SAWMI LLS FROM on~ $4 397.Mal~e and save money with your own ~andmill. C~ lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free intcJDVO; www norwoedsawmills.com> 1-800- 578-1363 Ext.3OON 16 23-Recreational FOR SALE: 26 ft. 2000 Keyslorm Spr'~nl burnper pull, camper trailer, one sttde out, sleeps five or six, roll out awning, well cared for, new air conditioner and battery. 785-786- 3122. 23-26-tfp 24-Reai #-State 202 Summit Ave We~0ber, Ken nero Lovewell Lake. Completely remod- eled. New plumbing, electric, heat- ing, air, vir, y] siding and windows, Comer lot with do~llod gamge.785- 753-4098. 24-9-t~ 25-Mobile Homes LENDERS OFFERING $0 c~twn for ~andownets. Roll your new horne and fa~ improvements into one pack- age. Discounl nalional pricing on Breeze II doublewide and our 60th Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ir~ welcaene. 866-858-6,$62 25 36 Thank you THANK YOU to atl the fdend$ who sent flowers, cards and pmyem while I was hospitaliz~M. Therea~esomany lo thank, so fotgive me il I miss some- one. I appreciate everyonewho n'mde mystayeamer. Thewon,derfutrmrses: Rlxmda. JuHe. Sue. Donna ~Courtney, Roxanne, Whimsy and Arne~ha. Dr. I~llen and h+s staff, the do lors who made visds and the wonderful hosp~- t~ staff. We ace b~s.~.d~ to have a gOD0 hos~oital tn our c,o,mmuni[y. A Sl~,al thank yo~ to Physical Therapy for herin9 such patien(;e with me. Thank you to Pa~-tor Ma,'k D~,ehl and the other pastors who prayed for me. Thankyoulo Home Health, Cada Dst, Home Health Physical Therapy, Ken Ask Home Cam, Jeanine, Emily and lake. May God Bess you and I way some0~e is as #ind to you as you wore to me. ~ a thank you that never Stopsto my family, Shelly, ScO~, Cody, Whitney, Triand Whitney. Go~ ~essAIways. MitziMichels 36-29~c Obituaries MBt, e 8witzer Max~(W',dker) Adel.~Rm Swil/er was h~m C~.'1. ]6. ]939. to l';dwm and l ren~ (V an~:,~las) Walker is A hi~Jm, Kan. She died July I-.1, 2[.)16 at the Jewell C'd~[ly Huspila|.Ma~katm Kan, Max in~ 8r~duated fronl Westmore- land High School m 1958, Her prul s- simml earc~r~ included pho- tourney and womb ing a-~ a bridal con- sttltanl ned buyer ff, r a major depaxl- merit slO~ ehMn, Maxmc founded and maRagetl the Mankato Mission -rhr~fl Store. which heaefited nunlerons .rch ~ and thai'ides around No~'l.b. Central Kan- '~tS. She married Leon Adelslone in I ~('W }. "h) this union two children. 1,ori and R~lncy, w~n: born. She married Roberl Swi~er of Mankato, o~ Aug. 3O. 19~. Ma~Jn r',articipaled in many Bible stw ties, laught Sunday School, and led VacaLiua Bih]e ~'hool arts and crafts, She sen, ed I~r family, church and com- mun/ty and ~mred her heart into people's lives unlil d'te very er, xl of her life. Her deepest desire was for people to kwe attd ~rve Christ+ Max]he was preceded in death by her parents and her grandson, Le~ Adelstotm. She leaves behind her hus- band, Bob; her daughter, Lori (Ad~lstene), and her husband. Jeff Bradford, of W~xalstock. Ga.: ~ter son, Rod, and his wife, Charler, e Adelstone, of Myrtle Beach+ S.C.: franflchi]dren, Katelin and husband Bmm.~n, Bett~ny, Dylan. Hayley and Madeline; great grandchildren A ~hrey and Bentley:and sister. Lesley. and husband .tim Hunter of Manhattan, Ken. Her funeral was held at 4 p,m, Mond~y,J uly 18,20 t6+atthe Mankmo Community Center, MonkeY, Ken with Pastor Todd Bradriek officiating. Mrs. Jan Tl'0~ton was the organist. A trio composo;t of Mrs. Pat Zadina, Mrs. Vicki Wagner and Apryl Badger sang "Old Rugged Cros.~" and "Amazing Grace " Casket I'~arers were Rodaey Adelstone. Jerry Richler, Michael 7 Jdina+ Michael Hum, Matthew Bad+ get and Dale Part [nterment and gravesid r, ervic~.~, followed at ]:airview Cenl~tcry, Webt~r- t x ,vewell, Kansas. V is~.talion was hem at Melby Mot t~.ary. Mankato. tram I to g p-m- Sun- ThurSday, jL~ly 21, L;'0 tO day. July i7+ attd Mankato Commu- nily Center on Monday. Iu]y 18, from 2 to 4 p.m. Her favorite charities are Fwst BaptistChmch Manl~to, and lu]i Alexa -vter, a missionary with B]~k-'P- Aroun~ ~ World. O~li~ oado]e~:es may be left al www.melbymortuary. com. Me]by Mortua~. 402 N. High Street, Mankalo was in charge of ar- ra~ts, x Robert Champli.n Robert+'Bob"C. Champ]in,84,died July 18 at Cloud County Health Can+ tel, Concordia. He was born Jan. 10, 1932, in Ames to Robert O, and Mild~:l L. (Huber) Champ[in. Bob grew up in the Jamestown area a~ graduated from .tamestown High School. After high school, Bob ~r,ed as a first class petty offk'er m the U.S. Navy do-ring the Korean War. He mar- ried Rabert~ Sewan on June 2], 1952. in Concordia, arm they lived.in Scandia unti~ moving to rural ConcoMia. Bob was a iifelong area resid~t and oper- ated Champlin Farms. He was a mem- ber of the Co~cmdia Wesleyan Chum:b, life]Line member of Amer[.c~ Legion Post No. 76 ~ VFW Post No. 588. He is sm'vived by his wife, Ro~rtlt, Concordia: sons, Robert "Bob'" Champlin, Sabetha, Robin Champlin, g~e Champtin and Lance C hamp]ie, all of Concordia; brothers, Bruce Champlin, Roe Champtin amt Keith Christen.sen: ~mdchildmn and great- grandchildren. Bob was preceded in deaK, t by his p~mnL~; daughter, Pamela: grandson, ~oshua; a.nd sister, 1edna Kemp, His funeral will be ]0 a.m. today (Thursday) al Concordia Wesleyan Chu.n:h with The Rev. David Redmond and Pastor Bob But'as officiating. Burial with military honors by ~e American Legion, VFW and the U.S. Navy will follow the services at Pleas- ant Jl4ill Cemcter7, Concordis. Chaput- Buoy Funeral Home is m. cha,'je of~ a.rre, ngemenes. Jewell Co. Memories Continued from ~+e 7 H~rman l~erg became]l] in the midst of'hi s plowing so eight of his ~ ighboP~ came in with plowing equipment and fiat.riled up Lbe work, Helping were Doyle Bowles, Etwyn Topliff, C~orge Hagsan, Lcsler and Bill Thompson, Floyd MeMurray, Orilm Haekett an~ Dick Birds ]l The Bowl~ Truck Line planned a grand opening of the company's Dannen feed slore k~ate'd in the former Berry Gmo.~'~ Building on the east side of the Jewel] park. In the Tri-H club notes, it was re- rented 4-H club members atterMing a Braden DJrks, Jewell, and his bt.~ckel calf wait for for their turn to visit with Ihe judge Jn the Open Class of the Bucket calf cate~lOry at lhe Jewell C~urdy Faic swimming p~y at Be]oil were Becky BeeIer, Ann K.n~w]eton and Frank Ro~.s. DIS. ZilTse and Schumachcr main- mined separate dental offtt,'e s in Jewel]. 80 Years Ago J~y l& 19~6 There were morn delinquent farm Ioaas in Jewel1 County than in any other ~ent7 in the fo~ states of Kan- sas. Colonalo, Oklahoma and New Mexico served, by the National Farm D, mn Association. Roy Wallace had 18 persimmon trees bat the gras~oppers ate them up. The stone walls of the new Jewell County Courthouse were nearing completion. Rock had been laid above the upp~ level windows. The car supply had I'~m ample and 94 ca~s of new-crop wheat had been shipped from the/ewell station. Clyde Wilson re-opeaed the Ionia filling station formerly operated by Ardean Rogers. The station sold Stan- da~ gasoline. I! appe.an~d the feed crop wo~.tld be one of short ~ this county had ever had. Increase in FSA program use caused by low wheat prices lic websile at www.[sa.u ~a.gov. On the right hand si~ of the screen under "popular topics." they'll find Daily LDP Rates and F~2P Data. Oac~ they select that link. they will need to enter their stale and comity where the grain is stored am] then s lc~ crop yea~ 201 & Loan and LDP availability hav pas~=,tals t,~s, lt.u~ ~k',rs 0 NLq. l{xl:~rldit me J,~ta| fax I.~v n August & 2Orb a| 7.t,~ p.m. at [Xwma Ramey'~ Residence for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of laxpayers relating to the proposed u.~ of all/ands and the amount D[ ad valorem tax. I.X, ta~Icd budget reformation is available from a Township Officer and wdl be available at this hear,ng. BUDGET SUMMARY I>ropc,~ed Budgel 2017 Expenditures and Amount o[ 2016 Ad Va]Drem Tax establish the maximum I,mits o~ thc 2017 budget hat 'lax Rate =s subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. f,;cneral IX.hi %.r~ ,cv .-%xad ,~, +u+- t,++'~l' 2015 l~-or Y+.'a r A~t~l Ad ua] Tax 1,031 0.12~. ia i 1,031 0.128 .0 ~ -, 1.031 550 [-ir~~ [='re I.Pt |] L'ql Spcc]al Machmer]/ Totals --. I -~ .~ ]ransfer~ No t Exl~ ,ndit-arc "fetal Tax [.ev+ed l'~ ~tal As~,s ~,cl Valuatkm 4,288,2.72 2014 Towr~ship A~'~. Val only Ou tstand h,g ]ndg'l~d m ~.s, Inn 1 G.O. Bonds Other Ix~a~ Ptur P'rinc Total Tax rates are oxpn s~.~l m mills. 2016 Proposed Budget 2017 Currc~l Year A tuM Amount of Est. E~m~le ot 1 a~ 291fi, Ad Tax Fxt' dmtu,L.'~ Rate" Exlxmditures Valorem Tax Rate" 2r000 '~1 t't"~ 3,514 550 0.10S 2,0110 0314 0 2~A]O 55O 4,808,989 2015 0 0 0 0 m 3~!4 0 3~Z4 r I 2016 0 0 0 0 550 0.108 Susan Abel Township Oj~cer