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III I II Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs ,,i, I ,I] I I ] I I The community Thanksgiving ser- vice will be he!d at.'/p.m. Sunday at the United Methddist Church., A fellow- ship time will follow. Dan and Lynn Dempsey went with a mission team to work one week in Mexico. Lorie Waugh and Marc|la Ost hosted the Sunday morning coffee hour at the Methodist church. Gloria Garman Sch3aefli has sold her house to Leah Hesting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calder visited Wiima Underwood. Edna Fogo received word that her nephew, Leslie Spooner, died in Call, fornia. Leslie was the son of Ice and Lucille Spooner. He was born and raised in Burr Oak. He graduated with the Burr Oak High School Class of ! 960. Earlene Jeffery and Bgth Jeffery, Superior, and Anna Belle Grubbs had lunch at the cafe in Esbon. Warren White is taking therapy treatments three times a week at Mankato. Cliff and Glenny Barnes had lunch at a Red Cloud care on their 44th wed- di ng anniversary. Danny Barnes, Darin Barnes, Eugene Morris, William Figgins, Gary Figgins and daughter and daughter-in-law and grandson joined them. In the afternoon Cliff and Glenny visited his sister, Dora Mac Meline, in Red Cloud. Cliffand Glenny Barnes and Diana Ord attended the middle school invita- tional basketball tournament at Agra. The White Rock boys won two out of three games. Harold and Edythe Francis had Sun- day dinner with friends at Franklin. Jack and Catherine Byers and Louise Korb visited Gene and Marje Johnson .......... ................... Betty Brown hosted the Monday morning Bible Study. Phil Howard and friend Darrell, Andover, were weekend guests of Wanda Howard and did some pheas- ant hunting. Sandra Franco is home after two weeks in Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Carl Gene Oliver, Wamego, visited his mother, Dorothy Oliver and went pheasant hunting. Doug McNichois and Rissa, Concordia, were Saturday callers on Winnie McNichols. Morris and Cheryl Hillman were at Ranae's Saturday evening to attend a birthday party marking her grandson, Jacob's first birthday. DAVE'S lllm~luq GUN SHOP i Jewel! Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance " 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Burr Oak Veterans salute the U.S. Flag during Veterans Day ceremonies at the White Rock school. Dudng the program, Dan Dempsey, (far left, plaid shirt) spoke. Veterans in the foreground (from left) include Rick Hards, Jim Harns, Warren White (with cane), Gerald Boyles, Richard Gates and Oren Underwood. [11 III I Ionia ,11 ii Ull, Travis Engelbert and RoyaTehrani, Kansas City, were weekend guests of Travis' grandparents, Harold and Neva Shoemaker, Guest speaker at the Ionia Church Sunday was John Wren from Manhat- tan Bible College. Wendell and Karen Mayer were Saturday supper guests of Munroe and Kathleen Little at Cawker City. Start and Ann Colson helped with the Jewell County Resource Council soup dinner held at Jewell. The IoniaChurch women will work at the Thrift Shop in Mankato on Fri- II I ii ii day.. There will be an Ionia Community Thanksgiving dinner at the Fellowship Hall at 12 noon Sunday. Those attend- ing are to bring a salad or dessert and their service. All are welcome. Leon and Karen Baden and Wendell and Karen Mayer attended a Legion supper and meeting at Jewell, Several families from the Ionia area attended the dinner theater at the Jewell School. Conner Slate was one of the play performers. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Leon Baden and Terri went to Smith Center to attend the football game between Smith Center and Hesston. Hesston won the game. Scott Baden is the as- sistant coach for Hesston. Mr. and Mrs. Max Flinn and Cody also attended. Scott and his family stayed all night with Karen and Leon. Jason and Krista Baden, Manhat- tan, visited the Leon Bodens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mayer vis- ited Harold Munsey at the Beloit Long Term Care They also visited with Janice, Sherri and Carl Rose, Wellington. The Roses came this week- end to see their grandfather, Adam Rose. Jean Rose visited Ilene Alcorn Sat- urday afternoon at the Jewell County Long Term Care. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and Bret Simmelink returned Sunday from a trip to Florida. ....... State of Kansas Amendment Notice of Hearing on Amending the 2003 Budget The governing body of Jewell County, Kansas will meet on the Ist clay of December, 2003, at I0 a.m. at the County Courthouse for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed amended use of funds. Detailed budget information is available at and will be available at this headng. Fund 'B~d"and interest .... ' ' " "0 Carla J. Waugh, Jewell County Clerk iiinl I IJ iii *~ i" imllam TAX LEVIES FOR 2003-JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS VALUATION 34,151,090 - POPULATION 3,610 Rate expressed by miles per $1,000 valuation STATE General Fund .600 Kansas Educational Building Fund .600 State Institutions Building Fund TOTAL 1.500 COUNTY General 18.238 Road and Br~d};e 28.072 Special Bridge 2.498 Health 2.577 A ppraiser's cost 2.174 Noxious Weed 1.490 Ambulance Hospital Ma]~tenance Employee Btq~cfits TOTAL COUNTY ov.zv.~ CENTRAL KANSAS LIBRARY SYSTEM General 1.294 Employee Benefits TOTAL 1.294 FIRE DISTRICTS Hardy Fire District #1 5.194 Superior Fire District #2 3.847 Esbon Rural Fire District #3 4.000 Jewell County Fire District #4 2.500 Burr Oak Fire District #5 4.449 Courtland Fire District #12 4.702 Fo~oso Fire District #6 4.204 CEMETERY DISTRICTS Actual Tax Rate Summary of Amendments 2003 Adopted Budget Amount of Tax to be levied $30,497 ....... , | ,, ,, , ,,, ..... , ,, , - 0 Expenditures Expenditures $36,600 $75,515 ,,,,, 0 0 Athens 1.443 Center 3.300 Fairview 2.206 Ionia 1.576 !ewelI 1.719 Laurel Hill 5.862 Pleasant Prairie 1.471 Rosemound .527 Star 2.443 Union .186 Wallace 1.295 #12 Cemetery District 1.291 I, Calla J, Wnlqk, County CJefit of Jew~~by certify ttle fOrelpdq ~be | title tmd,.~el'rect stltt~lm~t of all I~lle= rer 2003. cam.,ta 'dv-oi d I I II ii iiiiiiir CITIES Burr Oak E,,Ixm b0rmos0 lewetl General 17.210 14.099 52.362 23.197 Library 2.000 .000 15.524 5.537 Noxious Weed ,000 ,000 .000 .000 Emp. Benefits 16.413 .000 .000 15.839 No Fund Warrant .000 .000 ,000 .000 Sp Street Mainten..f)0~0 ,000 .000 .000 TOTAL 35.623 14.099 67.886 44.573 UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Mankato Randall Webber 17.689 64.399 .000 3.903 6.296 .000 .424 .000 .000 15.478 ".000 .000 .000 .000 .000 167 .000 .000 37.661 70.695 .000 ~ ~SOz79 General 20.000 20.000 20.000 Sup. General 8.883 12.080 21.812 (-at-,ta] Outlay 3.998 4.000 3.253 >j~&lnt. .000 .000 .000 "' 32.881 36.080 45.065 UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS General 20.000 20.000 20.000 20.000 Sup. Genera] 14.595 10.161 11.131 15.462 Capital Outlay 3,996 3.969 2.003 .000 Bond & Int. .000 7.861 .000 .000 Speci01 Assessment .000 ~ .000 .000 TOTAL 38.591 42.297 33.134 35.462 TOWNSHIPS Cent. G~a. Fire. T(~al Allen ,000 1.335 ,000 1.335 Athens ,000 .173 .000 .173 Brownscreek .000 .491 ,000 .491 Buffalo .1300 .175 .509 .684 Burr Oak .000 3.690 .000 3.690 Calvin .000 .212 .491 .703 Center .000 .182 ,000 .182 Erring .169 .087 .435 .691 Esbon ,000 .90l. .000 .901 Grant .000 .000 .000 ,000 Harrison .000 1.073 .000 1.0~3 Highland .000 .721 .000 .721 Holmwood .000 .000 .000 .000 Ionia .000 .717 .000 .717 Jackson .000 .000 .000 .000 Limestone .000 .000 .000 .000 Montana .000 .404 .000 .404 Odessa ~ .860 .000 .860 Prairie .000 ~.898 ,000 .898 Richland .000 .000 .000 .000 Sinclair .000 .000 .000 ,000 Vicksburg ,000 .000 .000 .000 Walnut .000 1 86 .0(30 1 386 Washington .000 1.557 .000 1,557 Whi temound .000 .000 .000 .000 Thursday, Rovember 20, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RE~Cd City of Mankato . Utility Report Mankato i! Connects~. Feliksa Isles, 103 N. i' Clinton; Joshua Resto and Christina G~e her last day on~ Ervin, 603 W. Monroe, Apt. 3; Dave ~le wl'll be held Hazelwood 525 N. Clinton #16. ~e .e.r from$| Disconnects: Kathy Schoenberger, 10 a.m. 1:30 p,m. Proceeds will go to 603W. Monroe #3; David Hazelwood, Guests of Bill and Barb Thomas to 124 S. East. Dispatch By Edna Verhage I Greeters for the Sunday services were Terry Koops and Mike Nyhoff. Passage Sunday morning was Joshua 24:14-24. Theme Sunday morn- ing was Where Do You Sit? Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 42 through 45. Theme Sunday evening was Trust in God's Ways. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Van Donge, Sioux Center, Iowa, were weekend visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Vender Giesen, Cimarron, were weekend guests of George Vander Giesen. Happy birthday to Dorothy Borger, Nov. 16; Ethan Rust, Nov. 17; and Jim Schlatter, Nov. 20. celebrate Thanksgiving, pheasant sea- son, Debbie Allton's birthday and the Thomas' 45th wedding anniversary were Lisa Sorensen, Vermillion, S.D.; Debbie and Kevin Allton, Darous Wade, Katlin, Smolan; Rex Thomas and Kathy Long, Mankato; Matthew Long and Brittany, Concordia; Chris Belden, Guide Rock; Jerry Hickenbottom and Jamie, Joplin, Mo.; Bob Hickenbottom, Springfield, Mo.; Dave, Kansas City, Mo.; and Vesta and Sidney Dillingcr Gayle Molzahn and Dale Shcrrod, Longmont, Colo., performed four- hand, two piano music for the Evan- gelical Lutheran Church and the Har- mony Methodist Church,Nov. 9. They will give a benefit concert next sum- mer at the Little Theater in Mankato. The F.S.A. office personnel and supervisors will be honoring a long- time employee, Janice Schmacher, with a retirement open house, Monday, Dec. tent cook's fund. ] The Mankato High School~ Department will be presentingl~ Robin Hood at 7 p.m. Friday urday in the school's Little The play in under the direa. Bethany Roe. City workers have been bus ing the Commercial Street li~ The poles are now a bright si stead of green. Mac's Kwik Stop and lV Texaco stations have receiv, protective tops over their $~ pumps. J: The curb and gutter proj~ most completed and is a provement, along Highway 30~ Paul Wilson, C.P.A., has new sign on front of his re~ Commercial Street building.TM ing houses his accounting off# Clothes do not make the m~ make the impression. Services Acute Inpatient Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, LongTerm Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holte: 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 ...................................... Intemal Medicine and Primary Care Rina Mine, M.D .................................................. In~ernal 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 Jew~J! CouILl;y Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankat0, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 100 Cresh, ue, Mankato, Kan., 6651 785-378-3137 n 1 4 Detail is now offering CELLULAR SALES to KanSas as well as Nebraska. StOP into our Superior office and meet our friendly sales staff. Motorola T720 Receive a car charger and changeable faceplate for price with the purchase of a T720 or 3585i I 437 East Highway 8, Superior, Nebr. Nokia 3585i I * Phone pridng is for a new line of service with a 2-year contract. Check out our great pddng on 1-year oontracts and upgrades as well. AUTHORIZED