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Thursday, August 14, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAX LIST AND NOTICE OF SALE: Notice is hereby given that the taxes for ~he year' of 2002 on the-following tracts or parcels of land in Jewell County, Kansas are unpaid and if the tax is not paid before the first Tuesday of September, being September 2, 2003 each tract or parcel of land will be sold to the county for the amount of the dellnguent tax and legal charges as provided in K.S.A. 79-2302. THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC SALE OF PROPERTIES LISTED. Amounts does not include fees or interest. 2002 1-H0077 DONALD O ALEXANDER S 1/2 OF SE IN 12-2-8 661.36 2002 1-BB057 M C ANDERSON BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 2, PT. OF LOTS 1, 2 & 3 6.00 2002 1-0R150 GUY BALL %MIKE FROST ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 10, LOTS 15 & 16 2.56 2002 1-0R153 GUY & SUSIE BALL (WROS) IMIKE FROST ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 10, LOTS 17 & 18 (50X140) 2.56 2002 1-JA159 DANIEL L & SANDRA S BARNES (WROS) PT. OF SW 25-1-6 , , 98.64 2002 1-FB136 JOHN W & JANE E BELT (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 16, LOTS 8 THRU 12 INCL. 302.18 2002 1-JB244 JOSEPH F & CONSTANCE J BLACK (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 50, LOTS 1 & 2 222.54 2002 1-RB060 JOSEPH F & CONSTANCE J BLACK (WROS) RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 6, LOT 3 & N 1/2 OF LOT 4 95.42 2002 1-RBO63A JOSEPH F & CONSTANCE J BLACK (WROS) RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 6 $1/2 OF LOT 9 & N 112 OF LOT 10 .99 2002 1-RC094 JOSEPH F & CONSTANCE J BLACK (WROS) BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 6, LOTS 7 TH 85.82 2002 1-HC155 DEBORAH L BLAKEY MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 11, LOT 11 & 12 200.50 2002 2-CA132A DELTON BLECHA MIN. RES. N 1/2 OF SW; S 1/2 OF NW 1/2 MIN. INT. (80MA) 3.13 2002 2-I0039 DELTON BLECHA E.1/2 NE 9-4-9 (MIN. RES. 1/2 INT.) , 1.45 2002 2-I0048 DELTON BLECHA W.1/2 NW 10-4-9 (MIN. RES. 1/2 INT.) 1.45 2002 2-WA106 DELTON BLECHA LOTS 9-10-15-16 18-1-9 (MIN. RES. 1/2) 2.98 2002 1-RB050 RONALD E BOETTCHER RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 4, LOT 9 20.44 2002 1-JB124A DENNIS L & LISA R BOHNERT (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 25, LOT ~ AND LOT 4 51.38 2002 1-J0031 JUDY L BOLTE JEWELL CITY TRACTS - N 1/2 TRACT 16 OF 30-4-7 138.89 2002 1-CE031 JOSEPH 3 & CAROL S BOUSKA (WROS) PT. OF E 1/2.0F NE IN 8-3-8 185.40 2002 I-JB333 ALLAN & TERESA BOWLES (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 61, LOTS 11 & 12; & W 12' OF LOT 10 218.66 2002 1-MC218 GEORGE WAYNE & MARY ELLEN BRAND (WROS) MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 24, LOT 7 & 8 547.16 2002 1-AT031 IGNATIUS D & MARGE L BRUMMER (WROS) LOT 14,15 & THAT PT. OF 12,13,16,17 N. OF CREEK 6-5-9 501.01 2002 1-ERO05 IGNATIUS D & MARGE L BRUMMER (WROS) NESE 76.28 2002 1-RC087 ROB G & LIGEYA V BRYANT (WROS) BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 5, LOTS 5 & 6 16.36 2002 I-JB23~3 CECIL L BURCHETT I DEAN SMITH JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 48, LOTS i, & 2 4.19 2002 1-JB235 CECIL L BURCHETT % DEAN SMITH JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 48, LOT 7 & 8 4.19 2002 1~DK066 BODIE CASSENS WEBBER DICK'S ADDITION - BLK 2, LOTS 3 & 4 57 24 2002 1-ATO03 DARRELL G & EMMA V CLAYCAMP (WROS) N.1/2 NW LESS ROAD 1-5-9 154.46 2002 1-ATO06 DARRELL G & EMMA V CLAYCAMP (WROS) NENE 80.94 2002 1-CE013 DARRELL G & EMMA V CLAYCAMP (WROS) E1/2NE1/4 LESS ROW 3-3-8 168.20 2002 1-CE065 DARRELL G & EMMA V CLAYCAMP (WROS) SE1/4 LESS ROW 13-3-8 1,025.70 2002 1-CE185 DARRELL G & EMMA V CLAYCAMP (WROS) NE OF NE IN 24-3-8 91.00 2002 2-S1111B RANDALL W & EDNA CLEVELAND (WROS) 7 ACRES IN N.1/2 20-2-6 (MIN. RES. 1/2 INT.) .37 2002 1-M0041 JOHN LEE COMBS E1/2, SE1/4NW1/4 6- 1,894.54 2002 2-M0174C RUTH COOMBS N1/2 SE MINERAL INTEREST 31-1- 1.46 2002 1-ME546 CHERYL D COSAND MANKATO BISHOP'S ADD. BLK. 11, LOT 4: S. 172 OF 3; N.1/ 254.16 2002 I-FB116 A L & ESTELLENE DAVIS - (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 12, LOTS 20 THRU 24 INCL. 103.18 2002 1-FB127 PHYLLIS DUNIGAN FORM@SO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 14, LOTS 16 THRU 19 INCL. 13.84 2002 1-30050 F EUGENE & CONNIE J DUNSTAN (WROS) JEWELL CITY TRACTS - TRAET-CI ~W~ (286' X 88') OF c31-4- 387.~22 ~ ~. 2002 1-0R152 RANDY D FOGO %MIKE FROST ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 10, LOTS 13 & 14 65.90 2002 1-JB089 WILLIAM &/OR EMILY FOSTER JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 11, LOTS 10 & 11 (88X120) 39.85 2002 1-MC235 RANDY GARST MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 26, LOT 9, N. 1/2 LOT 8 & 1/2 VACATED ALLEY 39.94 2002 4-19195 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 962.72 2002 4-19196 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 217.16 2002 4-19206 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 1,268.34 2002 4-19217 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 1,070.66 2002 4-19219 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 227.72 2002 4-19300 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 1,057.66 2002 4-19301 GENUITY SOLUTIONS INC APRIL LUIS SR PROPERTY TAX ACCOUNTANT 320.78 2002 1-BU087 MELODY GRAHAM NE1/4NEI/4SE1/4 LESS ROW 209,08 2002 1-MA062 AUDREY A GREENBURG % ONORATO MANKATO TR. E. 80' OF TR. 7 SE 8B5.80 2002 1-MC253 AUDREY A GREENBURG % ONORATO MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 30, LOTS 1 & 2 482.10 2002 1-BL323 ERIC W & KARLA G GRISHAM (WROS) BURR OAK MCCORMICK 2ND ADD. BLK. 1. LOT 12-13 18.76 2002 1-FB082 FRANK M JR & GLORIA 3 GUZIK (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN BLK 8, LOTS 5-6- 13.34 2002 1-FE170 MICHAEL E & SHELLY F GUZIK (WROS) FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION BLK 2, LOTS 1-2-3 55.42 2002 1-MD471 MICHAEL E & SHELLY F GUZIK (WROS) MANKATO CASE ADD. BLK. 2B, LOTS 20,21,22 349.30 2002 1-FE169 ROBERT W & JOYCE A GUZIK (WROS) FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION BLK 1, LOTS 21 THRU 26 INCL. 5.97 2002 1-BD152 JONI HAJNY JONI HAJNY KORB BURR OAK GODFREY'S 2ND ADD. BLK. 2, LOT 1 & W. 1/2 OF 2 15.74 2002 1*BB061 CHRYSTAL HASSELL % JUNE SHELTON BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 2, LOT 6 & E 34' OF LOT 7 49.54 2002 1-ME515 WARREN HEINEN MANKATO BISHOP'S ADD. BLK. 5 LOT 11 EXC N 46' OF W 40': W 30' LOT 12 2.20 2002 1-MC226 JANET C HIGER MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 25, LOT 291.36 2002 1-MA019 LARRY G & LISA J HOOD (WROS) MANKATO TRS. TR. 8 NW 23.60 2002 1-CE138 JOLEEN A HOWELL CAP 310' E OF THE NW COR TH E 330' TH S 160' TH W 330" TH N 160' TO POB LESS ROW 122.92 2002 1-CE060 KANSAS MINERALS, A KANSAS CORP. 4A OF SE IN 12-3-8 3,631.88 2002 1-BD154A BING & JONI KORB BURR OAK GODFREY'S 2ND ADD. BLK. 2, LOTS 9 & 10 7.58 2002 1-HC361 SHELLI A KUHLMANN HANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 40. LOTS 5 & 6 47.62 2002 2-B00048 JUNE L LANGWORTHY % ROBERT LANGWORTHY SESW 1-2-9 (1/8 MIN. RES.) .38 2002 2-B0065B JUNE L LANGWORTHY % ROBERT LANGWORTHY SW1/4, W1/2NE1/4, S1/2NW1/4NE1/4NW1/4' (1/BTH MIN. RES.) 1.88 2002 2-RI150B JUNE L LANGWORTHY I ROBERT LANGWORTHY MIN. RES. 1/4 INT IN E 1/2 IN 27-2-7 (80HA) 2.92 2002 1-WS130C DARRELL E & AMANDA M LAPAILLE 8 1/2A TR. IN NE OF SE ,182.40 2002 1-JB205 LILLIE IRENE LAPAILLE TAX TO: LILLIE IRENE LAPAILLE JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 43, S 1/2 2002 I-FB123 CHARLES R LOGAN C/O JEWELL COUNTY LONG TERM CARE FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 14, LOTS 1 THRU 4 INCL. 4.85 2002 1-GR123 CHARLES R LOGAN %JEWELL COUNTY LONG TERM CARE TR 1 IN NW 21-3-6 53.64 2002 1-I0166 DARWIN & CRYSTAL LONG (WROS) A TR. IN N.1/2 SE 32-4-9 236.32 . m , 2002 1-AT095 STAR SEED PROFIT PLAN, DENNIS LUTGEN ~ MERRILL LYNCH/JULIE STAEHR W.1/2 NE; SENE 19-5~9 556.24 2002 1-HF589 MICHAEL A & SHARON K LUX (WROS) MANKATO CHAPMAN'S 2ND ADD. BLK. 4, LOT 6 S.1/2 OF 5 166.74 2002 1-GR125 GARY L & CRYSTAL G MASSEY (WROS) TR 3 IN NN 21-3-6 124.56 2002 1-FAO03 JERRY L MASSEY FORHOSO CITY TRACTS - TR 6 (86'X364") IN NE & TR 16 (473'X364') IN NE 139.10 2002 1-JC368 JOHN L & HARTHA A MATTHEWS (WROS) JEWELL KREAHER'S ADDITION BLOCK 3, ALL OF LOTS 6 & 12; W 2' OF LOT 5 & W 2' OF LOT 11 124.58 2002 1-BE180 LYNN MC DANIEL BURR OAK GODFREY'S 3RD ADD. BLK. 7, LOT 3 & S. 1/2 OF 2 48.98 200~ 1-RC102 LARRY HC MILLAN BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 9, LOT 1 6.52 2002 1-HI149 IVAN MECHSNER I CLINTON DEAN & LA DONNA SIHONTON W1/2 NW1/4; N1/2 SW1/4, SENW1/4 32-1-10 858.90 2002 1-HI149C IVAN MECHSNE~ I CLINTON DEAN & LA DONNA SIMONTON SE1/4 SW1/4; SW1/4 SE1/4 32-1-10 387.72 204)2 1-HI154 IVAN HECHSNER CLINTON DEAL & LA DONNA SIHONTON SW 1/4 IN 33-1-10 541.66 2002 1-BU120 JOHN J & JOANN MELVIN (WROS) BEG AT THE NE COR NE1/4 TH S 1734" TO POB TH S 346' TH W 492.50' TH N 38' TH 2002 2-WA132A PANSY N MILLER, DECEASED 1/2 INTEREST IN MINERAL RESERVATIONS NW 22-1-9 2.98 2002 1-FA028 HAROLD M MOHLER TAX TO: SYLVIA MOHLER FORMOSO CITY TRACTS - TR. 5 IN SE (213'X409') 75.42 2002 1-FE167 SYLVIA HOHLER, LIFE EST & ETAL TAX TO: GARY MASSEY FORHOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION - BLK 1, LOTS 14 THRU 17 INCL. 5.23 2002 1-FE172A WARREN & SHARON HORRELL (WROS) FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION - ELK 2, LOTS 8 THRU 13 53.68 2002 1-I0205 DAVID E & PAUL W MOTES (WROS) PAUL W MOTES IONIA ORIGINAL BLK. 5; PT. OF LOTS 1,2 98.84 2002 1-MC260 JESSIE MUCK & RUTH LADD I FREDRICA MURPHY MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 31, W. 1/2 OF LOTS 7 & 8 109.38 2002 1-HI147A DON MULLEN % CLINTON DEAN & LA DONNA SIMONTON NE; E 1/2 OF SE LESS 1/2A FOR CEM.; & NW OF SE: ALL IN 32-1-10 1,043.16 2002 1-MC427A HAROLD R OLIVER % ROLLAND OLIVER MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 49, LOTS 7 & 8 LESS THE S 7' 53.66 2002 1-SI002 PAUb W & VICKIE L OSBORNE (WROS) W.112 NE 1-2-6 1,002.03 2002 1-MB075 JOHN E ONEN MANKATO OLD CHAPMAN'S 1ST. ADD. W. 130' OF TR. 7 275.36 2002 1-E0023 TERRANCE W & NANCY JOAN PATE (WROS) ESBON CITY TR. PT. TR 13 IN NE (120'X!55 ') 111.04 2002 1-E0024 TERRANCE W & NANCY JOAN PATE (WROS) ESBON CITY TR. 80"X155' OF 13 IN N.1/2 OF NE 200.42 2002 1-E0025 TERRANCE W & NANCY J PATE ESBON CITY TR. PT, OF N 1/2 NE 1/4 (100' X155' OF 13) 17.08 2002 1-AL138 KATHRYN K RINGER & KATHRYN K PAUL NE 28-5 948.14 2002 1-BU286 JACK & JOYE PITTAWAY (WROS) BUFFALO IRREGULARS - 36-4-8 A 14.7 ACRE TR IN NE 1/4 34.22 2002 1-JB203 JOANN JOY POLLARD JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 43, I.OTS 4 & N 1/2 OF LOT 5 & E 20' OF S !/2 OF LOT 5 145.94 2002 1-AT050 TIMOTHY JAMES & EVELYN'PORTER (WROS) A TR BEG 430' E OF NW COR NE1/4 TH ELY 372.53' T~ S 983.20' TH WLY 372.90' TH 2002 1-0R124 MARY E MC CARY ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 7, LOTS 16,17,18 3.10 2002 1-E0079 EDDEY E PUTHAN ESBON CITY TR. 61SE 340.96 2002 1-ES016 EDDEY E PUTMAN TR. 62 IN 3-3-10 6.10 2002 1-0R128 EDDEY E PUTMAN ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 7, LOTS 10,11,12 54.24 2002 1-0R137 EDDEY E PUTMAN ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 8, LOTS 17 & 18 113.74 2002 1-0R178 EDDEY E PUTMAN ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 14, LOT E. 40' OF 24 25.30 2002 1-WH191 EDDEY E PUTHAN W 1/2; & SE 1/4 IN 35-2-10 2,185.64 2002 1-0D027 JEFFREY A RADER",.~W 7-4-10 LESS ROW 795.14 2002 1-0D028 JEFFREY A RADERStW 7-4-10 LESS ROW 580.24 2002 1-BB072 JAMES C & PATRICIA G RAMSEY (WROS) C/O SHARON HAMHONS BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 3, S 1/2 OF LOTS 6,7 & 8 29.80 2002 1-M0146 C W & HELEN REID ~ HELEN WOERNER E1/2NW 431.94 2002 1-MA024 KAREN L ROBINSON. MANKATO TRS. TR. 12 NW 39.12 2002 2-WA194B DAVID A ROHLA OTTO R ROHLA JR W.1/2 SWSE 33-1-9 (MIN. RES. 1/2 INT.) .37 2002 1-ER067 BRUCE L SCHOEN S 1/2 SW 686.90 2002 2-WSO21A ~HA~EL D,~SCO~T 1/2 MINERAL INT W1/2SWI[~SE1/4, SW1/4 4-3~7 ~ " 3.32 2002 2-WS041B HAZEL D~T 1/2 MINERAL INT NEll4 8-3-7 2.95 2002 2-WSO49A HAZEL D SCOTT 1/2 MINERAL INT NW1/4, W1/2NWNE1/4 9-3-7 3.32 2002 1-BB086 LEOTA JUNE SHELTON BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK 7, 62.36 2002 1-FB037 RANDY LEE & REBECCA LYNN SIBLEY (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK. 2, LOTS 13 THRU 24 INCL. 34.50 2002 1-AL124A RANDIE D & JULIE ANN SLATE (WROS) TR IN SW CORNER pF SW 1/4 25-5-6 780.68 2002 1-AT148 VIRGIL & BONNIE LEE SLATE (WROS) I SUSSANE LEE N.1/2 NW; N.1/2 S.1/2 NW 28-5-9 1,048.40 2002 1-AT154 VIRGIL & BONNIE LEE SLATE SUSSANE LEE N.1/2 S.1/2 NE 29-5-9 305.04 2002 1-SI067 CHARLES H SHIES N1/2NE1/4 LYING S OF THE CENTER LINE OF WHITE ROCK CREEK LESS ROW 13-2-6 182.76 2002 1-SI072 CHARLES H SMLES" S 1/2 NW 13-2-6 181.05 2002 1-J8234 DEAN & PEGGY SMITH (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 48, LOTS 3, 4, 5 & 6 26.62 2002 1-RC085 CATHY STUDDARD BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 5, LOTS 1 & 114.96 2002 2-HA127C THE FIRST TRUST COMPANY C/O WELLS FARGO TRUST N8032-042 MIN. RES. 1/2 INT. IN NE: SW; S 1/2 OF 2002 1-MC197 CLIFFORD & CAROL THIBAULT (WROS) MANKATO ORIBINAL BLK. 21, LOT 3 165.40 2002 1-WSI36A VIRGINIA THOMAS %BOETTCHER ENTERPRISES BEG AT THE SW COR OF NNNW1/4 TH N 415" TO POB THE 113' TH S 110' TH W 113' TH N TO PO8 146.76 2002 1-AL121 FRANCIS G TOWNSDIN, TRUSTEE OF THE N. 50 ACRES OF E. 110 ACRES OF NE 25-5-6 160.97 2002 1-MI625 JOHN B TURNER HANKATO FAIRVIEW ADD. BLK.17, LOTS 7-11 24.98 2002 1-EOO72A CURTIS E VENN ESBON CITY TRACTS - CAP 990' S OF WHERE THE S LI OF RR & THE ELI OF WEST ST. 2002 1-LA042 CURTIS E VENN WEBBER LAM'S FIRST ADDITION - BLK 2, LOTS 9 & 10 2.33 ~2002 1-MC236 CURTIS E VENN MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 26, LOT 10 & 1/2 VACATED ALLEY 22.10 2002 1-J0055 WILLIAM E VERING JR JEWELL CITY TRACTS - TRACT 18 NW (17.5 RD X 82.5') OF 3 162,50 2002 1-JB229 FRANCIS E VERSCH JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 47, LOTS 1, 2 & 3 5.07 2002 l-ES083 KENNETH I & TIMOTHY P & KENNETH D KENNETH D VOBORIL SE OF NE IN 14-3-10 272.26 2002 1-ME487 DAVID D WALTHERS MANKATO BISHOP'S ADD. BLK. 2, LOTS 1,2,3 572.82 2002 I-3B198 ALLAN WANKLYN JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 42, S 1/2 OF LOTS 9, 10 & 357.02 2002 I-JBI05 ALLAN K WANKLYN JEWELL ORIGNIAL TOWN - BLOCK 20, LOTS 3 THRU 6 INCL. 9.29 2002 1-JB118 ALLAN K WANKLYN JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 24. N. 57' OF LOT~ 5 & 6 106.78 2002 1-HAO02 JANICE K WARD, MELI~SA K WARD, LACEY L SE IN 1-1-8 521.58 2002 1-MOlO9A RODNEY WARD IMP ON LEASED LAND SE1/4 18-1-7 15.86 2002 1-J8144 BRIAN WILLIAMS JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 29. LOTS 1 & 2 4.19 2002 1-J8308 ELDON WILLIAMS JEWELL ORIGIMAL TOWN - BLOCK 59, 13' OF E SIDE OF LOT 4; 11" OF W SIDE OF LOT 3 96.64 2002 1-JB142 ELDON L AND/OR PAMELA J WILLIAMS JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 29, LOTS 5 & 6 4.19 2002 1-JB143 ELDON L & PAMELA J WILLIAMS (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 29, LOTS 3 & 4 4,19 2002 1-JB327 ELDON L & PAMELA J WILLIAMS (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 61, LOTS 1 & 2 675,54 2002 1-MC183 LINDA L WOOD MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 19, LOT 276.12 2002 1-RB054 ALAN F & VIOLA FAYE ZACH (WROS) RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 5, LOTS 7 & 8 120.10 Grand Total 39,097.02 I CFI is now Hidng Call 800-CFI-DRIVE Darren Thompson (right) assumes management of the Midway elevator facility in Burr Oak as John Tucker retires after 37 years of em He was honored with an open house last year. Thompson has been em with the business sirtce 1998. Tucker served area farmers for 37 years By Gloria Garman-Schlaefli John Tucker was honored with an open house Friday afternoon for his 37 years of service to the farmers at the grain elevator and fertilizer business in Burr Oak. Tucker, does not like to think he is "retiring." "I am not going to quit working. It just won't be at the eleva- tor," Tucker said. Tucker began working for the Jew- ell County Road Department Monday. Tucker's long career at Ihe grain eleva- tor in Burr Oak began shortly after he graduated from Burr Oak High School. He began working for Frisbie Con- struction and it was with this company that he returned to Burr Oak to rebuild the elevator at Walker Grain Com- pany, destroyed by a fire in 1965. Tucker remembers the day the eleva- tor owner, Clayton Walker. approached him and asked him to come and work for him. Tucker began his career at Walker Grain in 1966. "There have been a lot of changes through the 'years," he said. Tucker said when he started at Walker Grain there were seven employees and the feed business was large and growing. "We delivered 40 to 60 tons of feed a day in 1966. Every farmer had live- stock and there were a lot of hogs on the farm. There were just a lot more farmers back then." many 2/earg the Missouri Pacific way moved grain. In an end when a flood destroyed the track. The railroad company tually closed the line to Burr now semi trucks deliver the grait the elevator. Larg~ fertilizer equipment have been to the facilities as the feed began to shrink. When Walker sold 1991 to Koch Industries Tucker mained as manager. In 1996 the owners, Midway Co-op, facilities. Tucker' s plans, are to spend more including his wife, Sue and their daughter and Carolyn and Eddie, and their daughter, Chailyn. He also can spend more time fishing. Tuckers will continue living in Oak. "I really will miss the people and I want to thank all those who gave us their years". The new manager of the Darren Thompson, who has been c ployed there since 1998 as the operator. Thompson is the veterinarian Kenneth Thom Evelyn Thompson. He grew up Guide Rock community. He was merly employed by Tucker has seen the farms get larger ' of Carlton, Neb. and the farmers fewer. In 1967 he managed the facilities of Walker Grain Company in Otego until 1970. Junior Barnes became manager of the Otego facility when Tucker was brought back to the Burr Oak facilities and managed the fertilizing service. A new office complex( and scales were built in 1975. More grain storage was added since 1975, adding 150 thou- sand bushels. The grain trucks have changed through the years. "In 1966, a lot of the grain was still being brought into the elevator in pick-ups. Now the larger and semi-trucks came in with 500 to 1,000 bushels." The mode of transporting grain out of the elevator has changed also. For Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs The workers at the Burr Oak eleva- ThompsOn, his wife Jessica, their daughters., live on their the Olive Hill community. has four children, Aaron, 17; i 3; Anya, 14, farming. He adds, "Guess call that my hobby." Thompson does not plan anything at the Midway Oak. "We will continue same services as we always have, said. Another long-time em Cheryl Hillman, who has been ployed there 34 years, will the facilities. Matt Long Is employee and another ployee is being soug.ht to Thorn for them. Recent callers were mr hosted a farewell coffee for Johnny Reed, Wilma Underwood, Tucker at the cafeThursday afternoon. Dietz and Doug Dietz. Johnny had served there 37 years. Larkie and Ed Searcy, Around 70 friends attended, were weekend guests of Larry Billenwillms, 67, farmer- Louise Korb was a caller. stockman, died Aug. 6 at his home in Cheryl and Morris Hillman, rural Burr Oak. and Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Eleanor Belden-Calahan, Jewell, Barnes and Kala and Lance formally of Burr Oak, died Aug. 7 at !ook Edna Fogo to the cafe Mitchell County Community Hospi- m honor of her 89th birthday. tal, Beloit. Melinda Howard, Edmond, Wanda Frasier has been fiiling in at visited her grandmother the Formoso Post Office. Howard. Betty and Harold Brown were'home Callers in the Gene and over the weekend. Their son, Dale, Johnson home were Lyle and Great Bend, is improving some every beth Reece, Mankato, Jac day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harding, Man- hattan, were weekend guests of Don and Mary Modlin. Tom Tucker, Eudora, visited his brother, John and Sue Tucker: Wilma Underwood was in Smith Center and called on Lorna and Nolin Hajny. They recently moved into an apartment at the housing project. Lorna had back surgery in Lincoln, Neb., and is home now recuperating. Geneva Garman is in her home at- tending church and playing the piano iiii i |111 i EASY WAYS TO SAVE AND MANAGE MONEY A Great Book for Everyonel Catherine Byers, Louise Ronnie Burgess, Phillipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McMain.' ited in Mississippi with Tracie and family. rode with them to Oklahbma she visited her niece, Mona Ward and family. Morris Hiilman and his dad, Hiltman, attended the celebration day in Glen Elder day. Cecil drove his antique the parade. Woody and Beulah Wilson, riot, were guests of Edna Lorie and Gerry are on vacation this week, Dan Dempsey s ing at the United Methodist ChU Wanda Thummei, Esbon, Newly marrieds Credit card problems Children Saving money and having it grow Teenagers Planning for retirement $13.50 - Money back guarantee At your bookstore or contact Leathers Publishina~ 1~7e96 or www,,leatherspublishing.com organ. Don Spooner, to Edna Fogo, had heart surgery Salina hospital. Wanda and Doug Frasier and I~ moved Jason's things to where he'll be livin they both will be attending fall.