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( :! County Accidents pproximately 9:05 a.m. on South K-14 high- , Clark R. Cowl, Hutchinson, driv- 2002 GMC van was traveling and a deer came out of the ditch ng the front of the vehicle. Dam- Accident investi- 3 injuries. 30 at approximately 7 p.m. at 128 highway, David driving a 2000 was heading north from the west ditch was hit by the truck. Accident :stigated by Alley. No injuries. exceeded $500. ty 6:30 p.m. at on US 36 highway Mankato, dri'ving a Escort, had a deer run in c)f'her vehicle which was east She attempted to slow down was struck from behind by a 1991 S-10 pickup driven by Gre- Mankato. Everhart was ' ambulance to Jewell County BOO. Ac- Fulmer. 7:30 p.m, road 12 miles west and 5 1/2 miles north, Manning, Esbon, driving Chevrolet van was heading en a deer came from the east swerved to avoid hit- but lost control and ran guardrail. Accident in- Alley. Damages ex- !. Register of Deeds Divei and Leon Divel, as co- e estate of Doris Divel, , to USD 279, Jewell. Part of 1/4 of Section 31, p 4S, Range 7W. L. McCune and Janice D. to Central National Bank, ,, Lot 2 of the Mankato Invest- Subdivision of Lots Block 33 in the City of Alexander to Wiley Alexander, an un- divided 1/4 interest in and to Tract I, pan of the NW 1/4 of Section 15, Township 3S, Range 8W. Tract II, the NE l/4ofSection 11 andtheW I/2NE 1/4 of Section 2, both in Township 3S, Range 9W. Neweii E. Alexander and Doris D. Alexander to Wray Alexander and Beverly Alexander an undivided 1/4 interest in and to Tract I, part of the NW 1/4 of Section 15, Township 3S, Range 8W, Tract II, the NE 1/4 of Section 11 and the W 1/2 NE 1/4 of Section. 2, both in Township 3S, Range 9W. Wray Alexander and Beverly Alexandar to Wesley E. Alexander, an undivided one-fourth interest in pan of NW 1/4 of Section 15, Township 3S, RangeSW and an undivided 1/4 inter, eSt in HE 1/4 of Section 11 and W i/2 of NE 1/4 of Section 2; all in Township 3S. Divorce Barbara E. Bowles, Beioit, and Ed- ward D. Bowles, Jewell. Criminal State of Kansas vs. Alan F. Zach, Randall, domestic battery. Traffic Paul D. Perkins, Green City, Me., speeding, 78-65, $107 diversion. John David Van Allen, Smith Cen- ter, DUI, diversion. Billie C. Woodruff, Wichita, speed- ing, 80-65, $119. James A. Ord, Jr., Greeley, Colo., no brake lights or signal on trailer, $89. Donald D. Boomgaarn, St., Plattsmouth, Neb., speeding, 81-65, $125. Geoffrey Kleinschmidt, Upper Coomera, Australia, speeding, 71-55, $125. William E. Chestnut, Jewell, speed- ing, 80-60, $149. Jewell County Ambulance News Thursday, January 9, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B I I IIII The doors are installed on the west end of the transformer is being installed. Davis Recognized Danyel Davis, Esbon, met the re- quired standards of academic excel- lence and was named to the Fort Hays State University Dean's Honor Roll. She is the daughter of Alan and Kim Davis, rural Esbon, and a graduate of White Rock High School. LPN Class at Concordia Intravenous Therapy course for LPN's will be held Wednesdays,Jan. 22 through May 1, from 5. to 8:30 p.m. at Cloud County Community College new Jewell Implement Company Teens For Christ rally Jan. 18 The North Central Kansas Teens For Christ will host a rally at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Brown Grand Theater, Concordia. This rally will feature a teen talent show with young people from all over the region participating. Teens inter- ested in being a part of the show should contact Kent Otott. Also planned for the evening is the TFC Football Challenge. Teens wish- ing to participate in this challenge building in dewell and an electrical Development meeting is Friday The annual meeting for Jewell I I I I II Twila Zentz shared music tapes tea- Minnick. turing songs by members of her fain- Visitors of Irene McCorkle were ily, some of which they had written. Nancy, Darrell, John and Kristi The lottery has been a topic of dis- McCorkle. cussion recently. Residents viewed a Lela Huntsinger was visited by Walton video, "The Bequest," which Krista Silsby, Alexa Frisbie, Sheila demonstrated that sometimes winning Ridings and Steve and Brenda Will- isn't the most important thing. Thadd Hinkle led worship services. His sermon was "The New Covenant." Guests were Pearl Louder, Doug Tho- mas, Janis McDill, Roma Grout, Fern Pair, Jerry Schaffer, Ads and Bob Grimm, Doris Kitts, JoAnn Unrein, Mary Dempsey and Linda Crangle. Residents visited about old-time home remedies. During Bible study residents viewed the music video by Bill and Gloria, "Turn Your Radio On." The Rose Parade was viewed by residents. Thadd Hinkle led music in the afternoon. PhyllisLange, Bonnie Hamilton and iams. Merle and Ruth Roe were visited by Maurice and Earlene Jeffery and Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery. Louise Poweil visited her sister, Cleo Wilson. Bill and'Shirley Wood visited her brother, Dean Coder. Karen Ross called on Eva Waugh. Gall and Marlene Neilson visited John Sipe and Jewell Sweet. NormaThomas was visited by Jen- nifer and Elaine Thomas. Jack and Marie Morris visited Treva and Dale Mahaffy. II IIIII I III II Linda Crangle assisted with games. Winners were Libbie Crangle, John Northbranch Sipe, NorineHajny, LorettaKimminau By Ruth Glover and Lela Huntsinger .............. Treva and Dale Mahaffy were vis- Special music for the morning wor- ited by their daughter, Karol, and her shipservicewasasolobyToddJeffery husband, Pat Bonicamp. with Lonnie Buckley at the organ. Pearl Louder visited John Sipe, Ushers were Delbert Bird, Kermit Twila Zentz and Dorothy Clark. Jeffery and Ardean Jeffery. Next Sun- Darlyne Ramos and her husband, day there will be and potluck dinner Jim, visited her father, Ken West. and business meeting following the Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery visited service. Merle and Ruth Roe. Friends Women will meet at the LindsaySmithandJohnHuntsingerchurch at 2 p.m. Today. Hostess is visited Lela Huntsinger. Ruth Glover. The program will be given Aletha Logan was visited by Cindy County Community Development As- Logan and Vicki and Luke Cramer. sociation is Friday at noon at the But- Nancy McCorkle visited Irene tale Roam. McCorkle Shareholders are urged to attend. Robert and Ada Grimm visited Items on the agenda include a review Elizabeth Grimm. oflastyear'sactivities, electionoffour JoAnn Unrein visited her father, directors and adoption of the budget. Billie Kitts. Directors whose terms are expiring (Last week's news) are Don Koester, Veronica Marihugh, Joey and Josh Buser presented a Jim Dooley, Leon Boden and Lisa talkanddemonstrationabonttheirhog Nelson. Shareholders are entitled to projects. vote on these matters. Residents hosted an appreciation by Lila Smith. John and Erma Dillon hosted a post Christmas celebration for their family. Steve and Lori Dillon and Diane and Gregg Fenster and their families were here from Wichita. Pastor Ken and Lila Smith made a quick trip to Iowa to be with family and a trip to Wichita to put a son on an airplane bound for California. They worked four days helping their son move to Oregon..There they visited friends and family. After the annual meeting the board tea for staff. John and Linda Parsons visited with ApProximately one hour will be required to complete the screening. Parents having any questions concerning their child, ages birth through 5 years may call the Beloit Special Education CoOperative at 1-888-738-5275 before noon on Thursday, Jan. 9 to make an appointment for your child. USD No. 278 Administration Building N. West St., Mankato, Kan. Checking development of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor skills, self help, social-emotional and cognitive skills Jan. O Thanks to my many friends and relatives who "q either came to the Beloit Hospital t see me, '1 at 9 called or sent a get well card. My wife,.Alice, ( should have a sympathy card. She was by my side every day for over a month. It means a lot to me to have so many interested persons. I won- der what I did before I had a cell phne" ]nit Special thanks to Bob Miller, the anesthetist who made my pain bearable, to Drs. Klenda and Je , Kan Concannon and to the wonderful nurses, LPNs and other hospital workers; and to Kevin, Elaine, Free w///donat/on Janis, Alice, Max and Julie who have kept my office running. Thanks so much. funds used for s:ho/arships, Cadet Law Academy, serv/ce projects Rod Weltmer Sponsored by J mll American Legion Post No. 72 II I I I I I III II 107 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3806 The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a Residents listened to special music family and friends in Colorado, Jan. 2: Robert Zentz, residence Nursing Department, Concordia. This should arrive at the theater between of directors will meet to elect officers, on Christmas morning .,~_d heard the n.anneMohlmantoLarryHavens, Jewell to Mitchell County Hospital. course will prepare licensed practical 6:40 and 7:00 p.m. Jan. 18. m Block 8 in Lewis Second Jan. 3: Sister Liberta Pillian, Cloud nurses for intravenous therapy certifi- ~- Stolen decorations Christmas Story ofChrist sbirth. Resi- - dents received a gift from employeesScholarship Programs ton to Cnty of BurraOdakMarlene County HealthCentertoWesleyMedi- cation. The course will be taught by Jeweil Chamber meets Monday recovered Monday and a handmade necktie angel. Farmway Co-op, Inc., is now ac- nn Schnakenberg cal Hospital, Wichita. TenaElwood.Itoffers42contacthours Jewell Chamber of Commerce kenbergtoDennisL Erkenbrack Jan.4:BuphaSlate, residenceJewell and three college credits, meets for a dinner meeting at 7 p.m. The missing Christmas yard deco- LindaCrangleassistedwithgames. cepting applications for its 2003 schol- ,ti~di_th E. Erkenbrack, NE 1/4 of to Mitchell County Hospital; Angela Cou.nty employees MondayattheJewellCommunityCen- rations were found and returned to WinnerswereAlethaLogan,JohnSipe, arship program, according to Kent ~. n 25, Township IS, Range 6W. Everhart, accident scene to Jewell owners in Mankato and Jewell. Ac- Lla Huntsinger and Jewell Sweet. Miller, Farmway Co-op communica- ~t~tY of R.andall to Ronald Kelley, ter. County Hospital, transfer to Mitchell recogni~-ed for Terry Mayhew, president, will con- cording to Jewell County Sheriff Kim Robert and Aria Grimm visited his tions director. This year, two $1,000 _,,, Crall and Randall's Second County Hospital and return to Jewell duct the meeting. Dues will be col- Ost,'a person was walking in Mankato mother, Elizabeth Grimm. scholarships will be awarded to the , [~mon, Block 9, Lets, 1, 2 and 3. County Hospital. years of service lected. Monday and found the missing yard Rosina Anderson visited Twila children of the cooperative's mem- | ~ot)ert S. Newell and Susan G. bets. All applications should be re- ~.elltoMichaei Moseley and Franki When the Annual Jewell County ,decorations, including a Santa, Mary Zentz. q[ ~seley, Lots 47, 48, 49 and 50, in "~ Courthouse Potluck Dinner was held, Mankato City Utility Report from a nativity set and reindeers. They Patricia and Delbert Bird called on ceived in the Farmway Co-op head ~ato.m Case Addition to City of Jewell County Doyle Alcorn, county commission Connects: Harlow Vader, 807 N.were found behind a vacant garage. Merle and Ruth Roe and Eileen office no later than May 31. chairman, presented service pins on High; Franki and Michael Moseley, The items were reported as missing to ,al ei dFmSirnitherman, trusteeofthe rnenasnl" " " "" "'-l-wtea~ behalf of the county board.count em 1o yes ar en d 744 N. High. Disconnects: Shawn the Jewell County Sheriff office dur- r I~'JA/~K YO[J~.r.f "=1 p y p y e pres te Newell, 744 N. High. ing the holiday season. " 'thermanrevocable living " pins after every five years of continu- .... .~t to Kelly B McNichols and Jan 3 through jan 17 0us servicel Those receiving five year 15 a..~ltecca Johnson McNichols Sl/2 ,,-.1 ........ ............. ]0 a.~l/4 and the S i/2 x~, ,,' - .- Mnndav: Ribette on bun narslev servace pans were James Vaughan, t,-, .~ ,, vv ,,~ el ~ec- petards, mixed vegetables, fresh or- Gerald Waugh and Rodney Zeigler; [lnt,~,,;'a," township 2S, Range 9W, ange wedge Ten-year service pins went to Ellis "T,v tract. Tuesdav" Chicken and vegetable Dunstan and Linda Woerner. Darrell; Ittarold Dean Mc 8 Jiie" "- Cammon and er Jo McCammon to Harlow G. soup, peach'es, crackers, cinnamon roll. Miller received a 25-year pin. ,.,e.lgY_, part of the NW I/4 Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed ........................ - ...... au~'row- -. of Secttonpotatoes, gravy, carrotslyonnaise, cran- [Iml~'~ DAVE'S llllllAh~[' =." nsmp 3S, Range 8W. berry mhffin: GUN SHOP [S ~rold V. McCammon and Betty L. Thursday: Barbecue chicken, rice [ lowell ~ Kansas" [ - :~--ammon, trustees of the Jerold V il aramon : pilaf, coleslaw, wheat roll, hot cherry _, _ _-- ......... ,,. ,, , ...... ,, , ,-- -'_,de:.' Living Trust to narlow crisp [ Boy. -- Sell Trade I 77.~V~de~ part of the NW 1/4 of Sec-Friday: Macaroni and cheese with [ Openope, by appomtment" or chanceance [ ,rth ~2 ' ~OWnship 3S, Range 8W. ~ i ; J..Flinn and Susan E. Fiinn to ham, stewed tomatoes, wheat roll, | 78S-42S-:m7 | employees, the i -][;; ~." Wanklyn. Lot 4 Block 24, in peaches. ; Meals delivered by Catholic / E-mail usat | , ~[~sa{botiathe i ][ma'townsiteofCityofJewellCat ~,__ .= =, -- . [ ~~, y~ds i 10i~llanK W -' "Y- Church Caiiby9dayofmeal Center Id~avea on n en_eornl ,,JSus = ank,yntoMaxJ. Flinn phone378-3385. ~ ~nae me Jew.ell uquntv t ~lf~i Tr =n.nnrt=t,nnllmO-- I h]lth e rn/mghome, i ' """'' n. --- . [ I]t A have done i | 1 Long Term Care doctors, n: f f.0r tak..mgcare i | ' and let us ao the driving mr youx | ,, ofyou. i ,ca " I [ of dad while he was a resident there. A thank you for Rev.Ii Jewel/Anyne'countyanYGeneralage' iSpublicinVitedTransportation.tO use the 11 NI} WandaHow "" i I I Hinkel for his visits and nice ladies from the ] ! SALINA' Jan 17, towns served" Jewell, Randal, Beloit, I 0' I I Christianchurch for the nicelunc, h,.Steve Melby for his, I I " " " " ' ' " " I J kindness, the casket bearers and to those who expre .ssed ] | Asnerv, lle. S,mpson. I -- ; "-" "''"u CONCORDIA: Jan. 21, towns served" Formoso, Jewell, Randall I ! p [ _---- I I their ,ympathy to by the way of newer,, memorials, I I w. s " hbranch I I , 7L,. eMile I ..... II s ,, . Blrllld,tY. " ra0 artist BELOIT: Feb. 13, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. I I rap arTM The Gabriel Nejeschchleb family m[nem-Mathers as U Call 785-378-3385 for further Information. I I / 03. ~7 '~;r~il;; ~"~m : =". Some tri~ are cancelled because a required minimum ntwtber of r.e~ have ~ ,n ~. | | a.... Free, ~,~ ] ~ tSS, II... i I I i ne tries to oer- "ff MANKATO HOUSING AUTHORITY ezes,O,es pe;- with 0, talente "'b ic .eai sabout =ak'': : ANN J LMEETING ] From R.,.. .P. arid W.D. ~setthS;~~tr. ~f'e'~i,"ATED '"' TuesdaY,12:30 p.m.Jan" 14 l] AT CR, "R2 I t r sir' lanuage, exualit,, sorne HousingAuthori 5aturaay,-)aff. i i [ ' tonee and c rug use. . ty Office / I ............................. an. 10-12, 7:30 p.m. ,_ 525 N. 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