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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, August 14, 2003 Howard and Louise Field for dinner Sunday at Jewell to celebrate their 5 8th anniversary. Rosemary Doxon of Jew- ell joined them. Leroy and Violet Lewis, Caldwell, Neb., were Sunday visitors of Forrest Dempsey. Mary Joerg, Daniel and Jody, Wichita, were visited Roger and Kay Zimmer. Nelson and Merna Keeler, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Ann Keeler. Sunday supper guests of Carl and Maxine Studer were Jeff and Brenda Koster and Joe and Amanda Brown and Trystin. Paradise By Ava Knarr ~.~ ,..,.~.~ ~.. . .~. . . )ed on the ground in Formoso last Wednesday when nine cars of a Kyle train derailed. The wheat by trtick as clean up progressed. Officials are investigating the cause of the derailment. was a patient at County Hospital several "x Jents attended the Kansas Free Fair last elleville. sofBrad Keqler were Delno and Nelson and Mankato. .Howell, Gloria Massey, Frank Guzik, Bruce and ~, Hardy, and Janet Higer. came home to Formoso July 3. Stan and Patsy Keeler, Morgan and Maggie, Oswego, II1.. were Ann's guests during the July 4 weekend. Stan staved the next week with Ann. They were weekend guests of Kevin and Jolene Harper, Wichita, and Carol and Patti Rogers, Derby. July 11 they all attended the wedding of Carol Rogers and Criss York at Woodlawn United Methodist Church, Derby. July 21 Ann and Carol went by Mankato. Ben and Shirley Free and Carol Larson were weekend guests of Bill and Joan Free. Cleveland. Okla. Cindy Kimes. Harrison. Ark., and Cheri Bowin. Seth and Aaron. McCune were guests also. Ben. Shirley and Carol visited Curt and Jodi Free and Anika, Salina, Ira Lea Payne and Kim Shadduck and Haleigh, Mankato, were weekend guests of AI and Julia West, Topeka. Kay Zimmer, Sierra Garst and Bey Hall, Counland, attended the program at Pawnee Indian Village Saturday. Joe and Amanda Brown and Trystin visited Chris and Becky Graham Caleb and Dylan, Natasha and Raul Heila Velda Dahl, Webber, visited Ava Knarr and they had lunch in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood Clark called on Ava Knarr. Supper guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Webber, were Richard, Denise and Carrie Behrends and Ava Knarr. Carrie is getting ready to go to college at K-State this week. InezCiark entertained D.D. Bridge Club. Guests were Barbara Divel and Martha Lienberger. Marilyn Griest is hostess for Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemmerer visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sweat, Jamestown. Shirley,Doxon and Charolett Hansen went to the Courtland depot and had supper out. Marjorie Hansel had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hartsel and family, Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Griffeth and Marjorie Hartsel attended the wedding of Kelly Divel in Abilene. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Divel. Marjorie Hartsel visited Doris Abram at Hilltop Lodge and Mildred Bohnert, Beloit. Joel Knarr stayed in ConcOrdia with Brian and Amanda Strait's dogs while they were on vacation last week. Carl Ma!tkato, visited ecky Huber. elnen, Vera Reed, Gene and Glenda Armstrong, y and Becky were visitor of Joyce of Forrest Dempsey were Kay Horn, Woodridge, and Renee Holmes, Lynn Dempsey. Forrest' s Aug. 4 birth- eler was "on the road" vis- ; and family much of June June, Ann visited Carol ers at Derby and Kevin June 17 )lane toTampa, week visit. They were Edwards, a Keeler Park. They also I's daughter-in-law, Linda Sarasota, and friends, Fazelipor and Joan New Port Richey. They Wichita July 1 and Ann plane to Portland, Ore., and.were guests of Lee and Judy Keeler, S~lem. They also visited Val and Florence Rogers, Sweet Home, Ore., and Aaron and Kristy Keeler, Ashley, Tasha, Breanna and Alyssa, Salem. Ann and Carol attended the Keeler Family Reunion that weekend at Lee and Judys. Howard and Louise Field were guests of Earl Stafford, Turon. Rhonda Petty and Hayden, Kinsley, were guests of Jeffand Brenda Koster. Becky Patrick, Salina, visited her mother, Phyllis Hurd. Forrest Dempsey and Dan and Lynn Dempsey visited Maxine Dempsey and Marr Dempsey, Mankato. Wes San, Farmville, Va., and Aaron Lasky, Washington, D.C., arrived Thursday for a visit with George and Nadine Balch. .: Christel Nelson, McCaela, Chey- enne, Josie and Jackie. Courtland. were Thursday supper guests of Vera Reed. John Peters visited Pernell and DeAnn Peters and Katie, Topeka. Ann Keeler visited Merna Keeler at IMPLEMENT CO. FARM EQUIPMENT SALES AND SERVICE BUS: (785) 428-3261 'l(an. 66949 FAX: (785)428-3503 e-mail: jewellimpl@wwwebservice.net Clean Your Gutters Again!- installation frozn your trained t dealer. Free estimates available. The Original and Still the Best. R PROTECTION SYSTEMS SUMMER SPECIAL 15~, OFF WI'FH THIS At)THRU 9-30-03 GUTTER HELMET ()F KANSAS 1-800-9 16-7344 12pm & 3pm 12prn, 3pro, 5pro & 7pm 12pro, 3pro & 5pro Also Showing: CHIMPANZEES and DOLPHINS Call for Showfimesl THE T County Sheriff's Department Mankato, Kan. is a designated examination location for. Vehicl~Examination Certificate, Inspections Inspections on out-of-state titled vehicles with regular certificate of title. Sheriff's Department personnel will be to do MVE-1 inspections: - FRIDAY 8 to 11 a.m. non-highway-Kansas salvaged-Out-of -state titled vehicles-Affidavits and court order znspected by a Kansas Highway patrol employee. requiring replacement or assigned numbers ~Oill need to be ins by an MVE trooper. and Jordan, and Mike and Melissa andMarsha KnarrvisitedhimSund, i~ Herrman,JacobandAshley, allofGrett and took him out to dinner. Bend, and David and Kareh Brown,-------There was a spnn-kle of rain Satur- Justin and Jason, Lamed. Roger and Kay Zimmer visited Willie and Shirley Rank, Randall Sat- urday evening and celebrated Willie's 70th birthday. Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell took day night and it is partly cloudy and much cooler today (Monday) Don't buy a house in a neighbor- hood where you have to pay before pumpinggas. COmmunity ms/dents, past residents and Mends: PLAN TO ATI'END THE 10TH ANNUAL "Day in the Frank Herrmann Park" //\ h. \-~7 Webber, Kan. v, -;CT~W_. SATURDAY, AUG. 16 . 6:30 p.m. Your choice of: Barbecue Sandwich or Sloppy Joe and drink, (provided by the city.) /f"~ Please bring a side dish and table service. Bring your lawn chairs/or/he enterta/nment to follow/# JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS TREASURER'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT As OF JULY 31, 2003 TOTAL CASH IN THE TREASURY~ AS OF THE ABOVE DATE ...................................... $2.506,587.76 FUNDS ] Fund Balances General ............................................................................... 523,919.23 Road and Bridge ...................................................................................... 564,972.31 Special Bridge ............................................................................ 82 826.68 Special Highway Improvements .............................................................. 103,545.33 Reg. Deeds Technology ............................................................................... 3,538.55 Public Health ............................................................................................. 70,279.15 Public Health Capital Outlay ..................................................................... 54,364.52 Noxious Weed ........................................................................................... 31,573.68 Noxious Weed Capital Outlay ................................................................... 26,344.58 Ambulance ................................................................................................. 61,125.37 Ambulance Equipment ................................................................................ 3,179.14 Ambulance Special Equipment .................................................................... 4,224.39 Appraiser ................................................................................................... 56,730.01 Employee Benefits ................................................................................... 476,845.26 Bond and Interest ....................................................................................... 74,321.93 Solid Waste ................................................................................................ 72,881.70 Hardy Fire District ....................................................................................... 4,939.62 Game Licenses ................................................................................................ 568.00 State Park .......................................................................................................... 34.50 Stray Animals .............................................................................................. 1,223.70 P.A.T.F ........................................................................................................ 1,032.13 Unclaimed Estates ........................................................................................ 3,355.07 Undistributed Tax .................................................................................... 143,739.14 Real Estate Redemption ............................................................................... 9,282.60 Escaped Tax ...................................................................................................... 38.12 Vehicle Miscellaneous .................................................................................... 849.50 Motor Vehicle Current Tax ............................................................. 42,974.19 Personal Tax Judgement .................................................. ....... : .................... 2,494.72 Special Law Trust Fund .................................................................................. 668.79 Special Treasurer ........................................................................................ 13,130.91 Vehicle Sales Tax ...................................................................................... 17,958.66 Personal Tax Sheriff .................................................................................... 3,794.62 Advance Tax ................................................................................................... 679.38 R.V. Tax ...................................................................................................... 1,662.84 911 ............................................................................................................. 32,825.62 LEPC Grant ................................................................................................. 2,276.53 Refunding Warrants .................................................................................. (4,487.28) Cash Long and Short .................................................................................... (117.51) lewell County Tower .................................................................................. : 4,312.74 Jewdl County Flex Benefit Plan .................................................................. 2,178.07 TOWNSHIPS Allen .................................. General ................................................ 1,614.54 Athens ........................................... General ................................................ 1,029.72 Brownscreek ................................. General ................................................... 695.36 Buffalo .......................................... General ................................................... 202.20 [3uffalo ................................... Fire. ..................................................... 1,111.45 Erving .................................... General ..................................................... 94.50 Erving ............................ Cemetery ................................................ 152.75 Erving ........................................... Fire. ........................................................ 440.05 Highland ....................................... General ................................................ 1,333.23 Ionia ........ General ................................................ 1,147.61 Jackson ................ General ..................................................... 60.00 Odessa ......... General ................................................ 1,107.01 General Vicksburg ...................................................................................... 1,712.75 TOTAL ................................................................................................. 2,506,587.76 I do solemnly swear that the above statement is complete, true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. STATE OF KANSAS } Lynn Searrow JEWELL COUNTY SS County Trensuer, Jewett County, Kansas Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of August, 2003. ~arla J. Wau~h County Ci~dt - Not~rF Public My commission expires l- 10-05 Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Friday night guests of Merlyn and Jean Farlee were Warren and Evelyn Hallgren, Vassar, Kan. Calvin and Oleta Hobson were among those helping Evelyn Sweet and Fern Miller celebrate their birth- days with supper in Hardy. Rex and Mac Sandell were lunch guests of June Anderson. Kinda Williams, Taylor, Skyler and Garrett, Louisburg, Kan., were guests of her parents, Dennis and Judy Erkenbrack, and attended the Linden Reunion. Taylor remained and accom- panied the Erkenbracks, Blake and Drew to Estes Park, Colo., for several days. Rod and Joyce Petersen, Shawnee, were weekend guests of Virginia Petersen. They were evening guests of James and Carol Levendofsky, Scott Levendofsky, Daryl, Kay, Grace and Daniel Rieke to celebrate Daniel' s, sec - end birthday. Shary and Kim Hallgren, Osage City, were weekend guests of the Verlyn Farlees. Joining them on Satur- day evening were Verlyn, Julie and Sarah Farlee. Calvin and Oleta Hobson were over- night guests of Harold and Alta Wagner, Auburn. All attended the Bratton Union High School Reunion at Stella, Neb. Rex and Mac Sandell called on Pat and Dorothy Sandell and Vic Ander- son. Approximately 20 guests were present to help Ila Swartz celebrate her birthday at a coffee hosted by Kent Swartz. Robyn Bolster, Fullerton, Calif., stayed a week with her grandparents, Jim and Shirley Kenley. Virginia Petersen, James and Carol Levendofsky, Rod and Joyce Petersen and Scott Levendofsky and the Daryl Rieke family attended the 60th anni- versary family dinner honoring Dean and Viola McGowan and the open house following at Hardy. There were approximately 90 in attendance at the catered noon meal, hosted by the Steve and Tom McGowan families. Vickie and Breanna Hallagin were weekend guests of her parents, EIden I~ DAVE'S 'GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Bay -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunshop@nckcn.com Nyhoff and family, Fountain, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nyhoff and fam- ily, Ulysses; Bret Keeps, It,~a; Mr. and Mrs. Rod Jansen and' family, Grinnell, Iowa. and Betty Evert. Joining them on Sun- Happy birthday to: Glen day were the Ron Evert family, Randy VanderGiesen, Aug. 10; Sherri Eakin, Evert, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kniep, Paige Aug. 11. and Kara, Chris, Beverly and Noah Happy anniversary to Elton and Springer, AndyEvert, AnnaandDebbie Joyce Keeps and Dave and Stephanie DeWitt, and Darlene Jensen. Draayer, Aug. 14. Danette and Samantha Smith, Hudson, Wyo.,were in Republic visit- Odessa-Dentonia ing their father, Tim Smith, and family and grandparents, Bill and Connie By RuthL. Obert Smith. ' " Clinton and Emagene Johnson, Lin- Barbara Rennabeck visited Audrey coin, Neb., were guests of Bill and Young. Shirley Roe. The Roes were Sunday Dorintha Standley and Diana evening guests of Clarence and Joyce Feldman visited at the Lovewell Lake. Beam. Dale Underwood trimmed trees for 8-12 Bridge Club met with Shirley Maude Keller. Roe. Darlene Jensen was an extra guest. Mr. and Mrs. Emie Kattenberg vis- Hayes Charles has been at the farm ited Maude Keller. with his grandmother, Jean Charles Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and and Mike. Steven Obert attended the 84th Charles Mr.andMrs.DanaJohnsonattended Heitschmidt family reunion at the semi-annual G I reunion hosted by McPherson. Charles Hoitschmidts had Mr. and Mrs. Chester Russell, Court- 12 children, all of whom are deceased. land. Others attending were Mr. and There are 33 grandchildren, 17 still Mrs. John Blackburn, Mr. and. Mrs. living--seven of them attended. The Gerald Sothers, Mr. and Mrs. Dale rest were great-great and great-great- Erickson, and Glenwood Lundberg, great.The oldest attending was 89 and all of Courtland; Mr. and Mrs. Ray the youngest three months. Cark, Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shoe- maker, Narka, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jackson, Concordia. Courthouse News Jewell County Disoatch. Accidents " ' By Edna Verhage Aug. 27 at approximately 9:15 p.m. at milepost 230 on K- 14 three quarters Greeters Sunday were Merle and ofa mile north from K-28, Adam Free- Rose Nyhoff. man, Salina, driving a Chevrolet Passage Sunday morning was John pickup, hit a deer. Accident investi- 3:1-12. Theme Sunday morning was gated by Westgate. "God's Good News." Passage Sunday Traffic evening was Genesis 31. Theme Sun- Edward P. Pereira, El Paso, Texas, day evening was "Knowing God's speeding 84/65, fined $143, bond for- Convenant Will." feiture. Those attending church services Register of Deeds from the Koops reunion were Mr. an Gary L. Massey and ChrystMG. Mrs. John Koops, Gil Deters, Mr. and Massey to Guy E. Mitchell and Deanna Mrs. AIBrink, KathyNyhoff, Mr. and Mitchell. That part of the NW 1/4, Mrs. ~teve Herrema arm family, all of Section 21, Township 3S, Range 6W. Denver, Colo.; Elinor Finks, Downs; District Court Mr. and Mrs. Jim Veenstra and family, Estate of Henry Boxom, order for Lombard, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Greg hearing andnotice to creditors. iii ~, Earn a High School Diploma Call Jewell High. School 785-428.3233 For more information Deadline is Friday, Sept. 5 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of IONIA TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on the 25th day of August, 2003 at 8:00 p.m., at the Ionia Church for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available at the Jewell County Clerk's Office or from a Township Board Member and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2004 budget. Est Tax Rate is sub ect !o change depending on the final assessed valuation. Funds General Road 2002 Prior Year " Actual Expenditures 1,182 Special Mach Totals 1,182 :Less: Transfers Net Expenditure Total Tax Levied Assessed Valuation 1,182 910 Actual Tax Rate* 0.687 0.687 Township City Total 1,323,964 0 1,323,964 Outstanding Indebtednezs, Jan 1 G.O. Bonds No-Fund Warrant Lease Pur Princ Total 2001 2003 Current Year Estimate of Expenditures 5,000 5,000 5,000 910 i 1,320,058 ] 0 1,320,058 2002 fl :1 Actual Tax Rate* 0.689 0.689 Proposed Budget 2004 Expenditures Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax 7,220 910 7,220 7,220 910 1,268,713 J 910 EsL ] Tax Rate* 0.71;7- ~0.717 2003 t Joe Colson, 0 Township Officer Services ' Acute Inpatient Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, Long Term Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardian Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ...................................... Internal Medicine and Primary Care Rina Mina, M.D .................................................. Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ........................................................................... Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D .................... ...................................................... Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C .................................................................... Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137