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Page 2 THE JEWELL COUNTY POST COURTHOUSE NEWS i,ll L Ii __ l Traffic Accidents 11-18 Gary L. Wissing, II-20 Janet A. Slate, Superior, NE, fall to pass in- Jamestown, was going east at specUon, $145. approximately 60 mph on US 11-20 Justin M. Scoggins, 36. Deer came out of north Republic, sp 77/65, $59. ditch and there was no time to 11-20 Jason C. Gaudette, stop. No injuries to driver or Woburn, MA, sp 81/65, $67. passenger; over $500 damage. 11-20 John D. PettyJohn, 11-22AnitaR.Leece, Court- Gutherie, NE, sp 75/65, $55. land, was unable to avoid a 11-21 Jeffery H. Koch, Eu- deer on US 36. No injuries, stis, NE, no/expmedcard,$65. :over $500 damage. 11-21 Richard D. Janzing, 11-22 Sheree L. Thomas, Atkinson, NE, radardector$95; Cawker City, was unable to no reed card $20; total $I 15. avoid hitting a deer on US 36. Criminal No injuries, over $500 dam- 11-18 State of Kansas vs age. Kenneth D. Whelchel, corn- 11-23 Neal Barton Bierman, plaint fried, affidavit & applies- Avon, SO, was headed south & tion for warrant; warrant is- around a curve on K-128. sued to Jewell Co. Sheriff for Truckslidonicyroadandwent serving; Kenneth D. Whelchel served; tender of plea of guilty; order accepting plea. Civil /: into south ditch through fence and high centered on terrace Joan Waugh holds one of the cakes served at her retirement in wheat field. Damaged high- party at the Jewell County Courthouse Friday. Photo by way edge marker, speed limit Fawns Barrett 10-30 Farmers State Bank sig and fence post , fence Joan Waugh retires this month vsJeffMall; petition, summqns wire & wheat belonging to Bill issued to Clay County Sheriff, 11-20 Jeff Mall served. Wilson, Burr Oak. No injuries. Joan Waugh, a Jewell system which needs continual Picture nl with the Thursday, November 28, Monday, Dec. 2, following the Girls & Boys Basketball Intersquad Scrimmages, all pre-school and elementary children will be able to have their picture taken with any varisty Cougar player (boy or girl) and also receive the entire teams' autographs. The Cou- gar Mascot will also be avail- able fcr pictures. Parents, please oring your own cam- eras. Girl's soap scrimmage be- gins at 6:30 p.m. Please bring a bar of soap for admission. Ft'ANC""OWL I Splits: J. Kennedy 5-7-9; K. Elkins 2-7; IC Zimmer 3-10(3}; M. Trembly 2-7 (2); S. Engel 5- 6; F. Stroup 3-6-10-7; 5-6; 5- 7; M. Neilson 5-6-10; B. Roush 3-10; L. Garman 3-10; E. Love County Courthouse employee updating. State mandates are 4-10; T. Kiraminau 5-6; M. i HOSPITAL I I REAL ESTATE I since 1971, retires November more demanding each year. Oliver 7-8, 4-10: A. Belden 2- 27 after 25 years of service. A 1949 graduate of Jewell7; A. Smith 2-7; N. Anderson I 11-20 Marian Roger Fedde She was honored with a Rural High School, she has 3-10; S. Barrett 2-7; S. Sire- NOTES &wftoFrankA. Diemart &wf; retirement party Friday after- lived in the Mankato area since melink 2-7; ?. McCarty 2-7. Lt I, 4 & N 50 ft of Lt 5 in Blk noon and was given a fall her marriage to Richard Classical. Farmers State Jewell County 9, original townslte of Ionia. bouquet along with other gifts Waugh. They llve on a farm Bank 32-16; Esbon Misfits Hospital 11-21 Debra K. Boyles & from her co-workers. Many north of Mankato. 30.5-17.5; Sweden Creme 25- Memorial to husband to Travis Lee Koe- people attended to wish her They are parents of three 23; Kennedys 24.5-23.5; Jewell County Friendship Meals Dec. 2-6 Please call by or the day before Reservations 378-3385 Mon: Hambux creamed baked beans, plums Tues: 3-bean salad, tomatoes, ww bread roll, chilled pears Wed: Pepper w/rice, coli salad, rots, ww bread or chilled pears Thu: Roast tatoes creamed cabbage, bread or roll, bread pud" ding Fri: Oven fried chicken, mashed potS" toes/gravy, ww bread roll, salad Deliveries: Dec. 2-Christia Church Dec. 9-Jr. Clio Club 7 ~-:~.. Jewell County Hospital ster, Lts 1,2, & 3, Blk 32, well in retirement, grown children: Gayle and Gutter Rollers22-26;Kiers 10- an FalrviewAddltlontotheCl of Waugh began worklng in the husband Rick Clark, live at 38. Highlnd. K. Elkins 198;T. dLTC M ty ' In Memory of: John & Opal ankato. Extension office in 1971. In Gillett, Wyo. They have three Bird 195; P. Wagner 189. High Public heari "-,70, Caylor from Phyllis Shroyer, ,, 1980, she was asked to workboys and a step-daughter, series: K. Elklns 536; P. Wag- David Jacobs, Salina/ a. AlmaPirott.AnnaMeall, Mark part-time in the Appraisers Gerry and wife, Lorie, liveatner 535; T. Bird 519. SocialandRehabflitationS[ ManKato wear & Maxine Benson, Cecil &L old I I _any_ arc_? earner [[ Office and continue part-time Burr Oak with their two chil- Early Birds: Forget-Me-Nots ices Director, announceS}Is By Koger "meander Hillman, Earl & Liz Gulot, [I.o BYRgerT 4umaer19 [l in the Extension Office. Duetodren, Kerry and Ryan. Carl 27-18; Mums26-17; Roses public hearing Dec. 12athldi Florence & Clayton Guiot, [[ ~1:1g ~; ;~ [[ increase of duties in the Ap-and wife, Carla, live in 24-20; Sweet Peas 22.5-21.5; Mankato SRS Office to ~.~ Citizens National Bank, |I;1:20 49 32 I| praiser's work, she starting "Mankato. They have twins, Snapdragons20-24;Marigolds comments regarding lirrli Concordia, Rovena Hinson, l] II: -I 44 28 [| working full-time there in Jeremy & Jennifer. 12.5-31.5. High Ind. J. Ost office hours to MondayS Ruth Clegg, Harold & Betty |.]11.22 30 28 II 1985. During retirement, Joan 178; A. Belden 175; S. Wednesdays. Currently Strait. |111 23 42 30 I| She has seen giant changes hopes to continue work on Marihugh 175. High series: J. office is open Monday, Im Memory of: Darrell Ost |[ 11-24 38 11 I| in technology going from a genealogy, a neglected project Ost 480; F. Stroup 446; S. nesday and Friday 8:00 from Family & friends |[ Molst e for the week .I I I| manual typewriter to comput- duringherworkingyears.They Marihugh 435. to 5:00 p.m. l In Memory of: Margie |[ Molsture for the year 27.06 I| ers. Re-appraisal caused a wtllhave more time for family Redstone: Jewell Lumber Jacobs and Sandra , . vlarihugl.fi 0/ff Wi]fftTr t.]gUth l] - l|"complete change in the filing and for rcl .axi=ng. 27-17; State Exchange 27- titjean, AdministraUveSef ! ,,Obert, Neal .... 17 Lorna's Bookkeeping 25- Chief and Facilities Mar 0 family & frtends .......... . Randall City ..................... 1: 19; Mac's Kwik Stop 23-21; will be at the office fro : Farmway Credit 21-23; Bfl- 11:30 a.m. Please serld .... :~ .... ~:~: ,,~,: ~ ............................. ~ ~ .... .... ~!~ : ~i~:~:~ ~,.~:~i~i'~ '~ ::, ........... : : ............. Mitc.h.ell County Council ,:::[ lies Bar 9-35. High lad. D. drop off written commer tsl iosp Randa11City Council met in ::: : Garman 217; K. Joerg 211, you are unable to attcnd. : ~i~:!~: :' i ~ '~[[M~:~ :~ ~ ~!~i~ ~ ~: .......... regular session with Theres .... 209. High series: K. Joerg 623; i I - I E# ffrances IuDss, 15eloK :, ~ ....... ~: ~,~ I[ , .... Baxa, Donald Bigham, and D. Garman 578; D. Rohla 569. r ............... ......... Tuesday Six: Davis Plbg, ] SUBSCRIPTION L ouniorwusonpresem, mayor 0 ::~%i~i~I :: '~ ~ii~'~ ~! Way eMc lroypresided. mg. AC 28-16:Texaco 2a-16: L Re 'EWA present was Joe Anderson ! Jackie's Station 27-17; Brad- ........ ................. MemOers of tile r Classified Pete Stevland ........... ..... : . shaw Ins.23-21; Video 15-29; ( rt ...... cau Waste disposal contract :::! Pinkys I 1-33.High Ind. A. County Post family rene _ ! ~~13-378-3193 ....... or requesting subscript,lo proposals rom wasteco and i Kinsey 197; E. Love 188; S. ChiefDisposalwerediscussed. Decker 187. High series: A. thisweekwereLindaWoefV No decision was made "" " " Kinsey 489; B. Roush 479; L. Barabara Nigh, Leroy f ...... -,, Further discussion" was .... .... Peters 477. Mrs. jim Barrett, Bob Hair v THE ) regarding the water meters in .... Wayne Rugg, Jean Blay . ......... ......... .... Gordon Kibbe. - JEWELL COUNTY POST / town. The water loss had BrownTack ._ _.. welcomes and encourages[ becomeless, but council felt it ............. the submlsslonofobltuar- [could Improve. Some meters LelaHuntsinger, Mankato, was honored with. a retirementsworn In les, church news, club] in town are needing_ to be luncheonlast Thursdayat the Faraway Credst Union Corn- Sam Brownback, senator- news, sports news and| checked to make sure they are munity room. She was employed at the Jewell County elect, was sworn in as a United othernews notes. However,]working correctly. . Hospital for 21 years, first as an aide, then a LPN and RN. States Senator, Nov. 27. at the From mild weatherjJto we reserve the right to edit Pete Stevland mentioned tl Photo by Lesa Peroutek. Kansas Statehouse. The cere- deep-freeze in the matter these news items. [ mattersofconcernthathehad, w= " * h n r - "I h We make every effort to [ AU questions were answered. JtlUnl;slnger O 0 e{la unc eon mony was held at 2 p.m. inthe few hours last Saturday. House Chamber of the Kansas misty, messy ram and include all the area and] EllseMcMillan, City Clerk Lela Huntslnger, Mankato, rable moment was when Capitol. The HonorableDean- Iocal news and sports sub- [ Whll I ..... r was honored with a retirement shortlyailerobtalnlngherRN ell Reece Tachs, U.S. Circuit one miserable, disagreeaU' mitted eachweek; however,| . g tnan.m o luncheon, Thursday, Nov. 2 I, degree, she helped to deliver a Judge, administered the oath day. _ the goocl in o111" ULVell, due to space limitations,] .... in the Faraway Credit Union baby in the emergency room.of office. Saturday, people loao rememoer to also give many blankets, donned we cannot guarantee every Itnan ............ zor me oaa tnmgs community room. She has two step-sons Brownback will fill out the fated clothes or layered.clo 0 itemwillbe published and/| Huntsinger completed 21 Calvin, Dallas, Tex., Bill, Tulsa, which did not happen published that week. J _ . years of employment at Jewell Okla., and children, Nela un-expired term of former i . tO County Hospital May 2, 1996. Johnson, Loveland, Colo., tenderedSenatrBbDle'his resignationBrwnbaCkfrom oneing ofthemanyfootballgaW " ,llf they were headi She first worked part-tlme as Sheila Ridings, Salina, and the U.S. Houe of Represents- Some even added trash Plk|iA l an aide while working for Dr. John Huntsinger and Brenda t,:ives immediately following his to their paraphernalia Cortner in his chiropracticWiUlams, bothofMankato, and .,wearingintotheUnitedStates stop the wind and cold). ..... I cmc. She had worked Dr. has 12 grandchildren. Senate. Hunters sought refuge V LI .;J IN J enewa s cortner for 13 years andhad She sald she enjoyed all as- ten to dry their clothing, cI processed kids in college before deciding pects of her Job. hehti TdetOmdo ' TUESDAYS through FRIDAYS to obtain her nursing degree. 'T miss the people that I , She obtained her LPN in 1975 took care of ,a d the people I the ofbirds wing . Jewell County Treasurer s Office in Beloit, and obtained her RN worked with, she said The For the stay-at-homerS, 8:30-12 & 1-4 degree in 1978 through Cloud work was Just something that was a wonderful day to Lynn Scarrow, Co. Treasurer County Community College. always wanted to do." read, do crafts or sleep, wi to She said her most mead- has settled into its slot! l Ill l l l [, i|ll i i i illl ~ Ill II Ill Illl Ill I II The (USPS 2740940} Jewell County Post I I I East Main, Box 305 Mankato, KS 66956 (913) 378-3191 The Official Newspaper of Jewell County A Consolidation of the Jewell County Republican and the Jewell County Record it's for Jewell County, we're for it!" Ill II Larry Hiatt, Publisher Lesa Peroutek, Editor Fawns Barrett, Ad Manager, News Dept. Sheila Frost Schmidt, Typesetter, Ad Sales Renita Hillman, Office Manager, Ad Sales Yearly Subscription Rates, Payable in advance: Jewell County and surrounding counties, Smith, Osborne, Mitchell, Cloud and Republic in Kansas -- $19.06. Nuckolls and Webster Counties in Nebraska -- $18.00. Elsewhere in Kansas -- $22.24. Outside Kansas and elsewhere In Nebraska -- $24.50. All other states -- $24.50. Non refundable. Send address changes to Jewell County Post, P.O. Box 305, Mankato, KS 66956. Published every Thursday by Beloit Newspapers, Inc. 114 N. Hersey, Beloit, KS 67420 PERIODICALS PO6TAGE PAID AT MANKATO, KANSAS 66958 AND ADDITIONAL gNTRIg . Member of the Kansas Press Association l