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I 2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 11, 1993 ' 1 i; E n;ganeers to reque sL ,, J econ m l mdfill exert tptlon Tile Jcwcll County Commie- Standard Service, Mankato, for :~ i ~ sioners met Monday with Corn- tires for the Jewell County High- q missioners Barrett, Alcorn and way Department, in the amount of Langer; and County Clerk Moore $15,876.15 was accepted. present. Nancy Johnson from Occupa- John Ross, Susan Harper, Phil tional Center of Central Kansas Menhusen, Don Koester, and discussedprogramsofferedforthe / .tJavidBothwellrepresentingMan- handicapped.Shedisuessedtech- \~i b lcato commercial Development, nologies which adjust items from met with~ecomrn, issioners.They toys to computers for handicap ! explameo ,now mey are worsting use. There is no cost to censure- !~ .-to get new businesses and indi- ere. She stated that Anne Hilt, viduals, who want to retire within MJL Industries, Beloit, is the 1o- -, Jewell County. There are a total of cal contact. I i ~ 11 counties in North Central Kan- County Attorney Miller dis- sad working together on an area- cussed the matter of time-off for wide project. A budget is set at an employee hurt in an accident, $5,000 with Jewell County's share while on duty, through no fault of being $250. his own. It was decided that no - Don Topliff, Jewell, asked if leave time would be assessed rook or gravel could be placed on against the individual. the road, four miles west and one Vonda Wakefield, noxious mile north of Jewell, which is also weed department, was in todisucss a school route. He also questioned the solid waste billing. Barb why the road four miles west and The bid for boiler insurance in Valentine's Day. ' Mankato, makes a red rose bouquet for one mile south ofJewell isrocked, the amount of $900 from Rollins graveled, and maintained, while Hudig Hall was acceppted. omers are not maintained. The payroll for Feb. 4, 1993, LaVerne Haegert and Ed and bills through Feb. 8, 1993, Dunstan, Montrose, alsorequested were approved and paid as fol- Flower Patchprq ;p ares their road be maintained so it lows: Public Health-S4,494.29, would be passable with vehicles. General-S50,201,40, Road and Richard Franklin, county engi-Bridge-$67,020.81, Noxious ~l~Bl'U Io~Ha~~r~y~ll~? 1~ ~[~ h neer, notified the commissioners Weed-S5, 116.95, Election- about a meeting on Tort Liability $316.45, Ambulance-S6,289.55, and Risk Management for Sur- Appraiser-S3,263.64, Clearing y G Tl).e popularity of rose dates face Transportation tobe held at Account-S37,016.87, Employee "My love is like a red red back.to the early Egyptians who thePennsylvaniaStateuniversity, Benefits-$68,075.28,SolidWaste- rose," a quote from poet Robert adored "the rose and used it as a University Park, Pa., April 4-7. $1,376.53,JuniorCollegeTuition- Bums, must be the sentiment of sacrifice to their Goddess, Isis. All costs except the cost of the $732, Tower Fund-S37.84. Total- almost everyone on Valenlme s The rose frangrance was used in meals will be paid by the Univer- $243,941.61. Day. . their religions and domestic per- " St sity. Franklin will pay for his Red roses are tlae me pop- fumes. The Greeks and Romans meals, lg[llnkato CRy Report ular flower given on Valentine's used the perfume of the rose in The commissioners directed Day," according to.BarbTho- oils and unguents. The petals Franklin to request an exemptionConnects mas, owner ot the rtowerwere strewn on floors, used to from the state on landfill regula- Todd Huncovsky-RR. Patch, Mankato. fill mattresses and pillows, and tions for Jewell County. Joel and Karen Elkins-312 S. Thomas begins preparing for were scatterd over the tombs of Franklin had a letter to inform Clinton. the Valentine rush by ordering the dead. landowners of possible bridge Shane Elkins and Travis the flowers, from her wholesal- In England, young, un- closings in the future. Koester-103 N. Clinton. ere, the first of January. Included married gi.ls would strike their County Appraiser Waugh re- Disconnects in the large order are 500 roses, forehead with a folded rose ported classes she may take to Pauline Wilsman-2151/2 N, "We always sell all our roses petal. If the petal cracked, the update herappraisercertification. Commercial. and usually before Valentine s girl knew her valentine loved She will attend one this week in Elizabeth Murray-525 N. Day even arrives.' her. Topeka. She al so rcported she has Clinton. The largest Valentine rose Today, the roses symbolizes been unable to get on several - bouquet Thomas has ever made, love and beauty and was even county roads, so she can get ap- Jew'ell Colll'lt~ included 20 roses. "Sometime chosen as our national flower. praisals completed, fikmbil|a~,J Ilp,-~,~t. the men come in knowing exact- The Flower Patch offers sev- Dave Bothwell and Shawn .... "ffi"Jt"v'L~" ly what they want, but most ~ eral other variety of flowers for Newell, Jewell County Bank, Feb. 3-C. Murphy from Man- not sure and ask for our advice.' the valentine gift, but roses re- Mankato, talked with the com- kato residence to Mitchell County Thomas added "usually wemain the favorite. Thomas missioners about how the bank Hospital. have several men that wait until "agrees with Pierre de Ronsard could work with Jewell County in Fcb.8-V.MorrisfromhisBurrthe last moment on Valentine's who wrote, "Wait not till tomor- promoting new business, and as- Oak residence to Jewell County Day and rush in wanting some row; Gather the roses of life Dieting some local business. Should Hospital. flowers." today." any new businesses move into Feb. 8-V. Morris from Jewell Thomas and her employees Jewell County, this will increase County Hospital to St John's are usually able to provide the lldl'a~'lk~f .... ..st. populationandbringnewemplo~- Hospital, Sa|~na ~" n ed "ift b" t ,r~ .... ~:....: . .... ~.u wc~tllel" ees to the county. Each new ~i:~Z, !~ ier ~ni kwelleed ~ at l~,~t~.~.- . . bets a time ........ . ployee will generate income. ~ , C0uniy Hospital to MritChCll able to ace ...... ~29 A bid received from Lloyd s County Hospital. lookedentines'theI doorhad andJUSt aClSedman cameand FcbruaryFebruarY 32 47352825 I/Iv-- ~ (~.~1 running up tome as I was get-February4 3532 arold . ting into my car. He wanted me February5 34 27 H~ to open back up as he nee.ded to February 64622 || Beautifu[OakFurnitureforyour~(jtchenorBatl~ Ii buy a rose bouquet. I would February7 4723 I| , ,, 'at! *AtT rdably l:)riccd II have liked to help, but we were Moisture for week: .18 I1 tl iil libidiNal!el I' all out of roses. Moisture year to date: 1.87 r.umatc II !t, I Surprise your i| - 913-378-3589Weekends Ill| Valentine I II with a special gift; Mankato, Kan. I! of your choice from " The Flower Patch This week's report from the 102 S. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. Mankato Uv toek Commission Co. . 913-378-3950 selling 986 head of cattle. Here are some sales for this week: Fresh and Silk Arrangements Roses 1149 BlacklSt calfandSpringerblack whitefaceheifers .......... shortbYtermheadcows ................... 985.00 Balloons-Giant/Lh'wa]kers Candy ............................................... by head ................... 680.00 Plush Animals *. Plants 22 Black and black whiteface short term cows Wall Decorations ............................................... by head ................... 605.00 We Deliver! 44 Black CHU heifers ................... 625 Ibs ................... 100.50 42 Black steers ............................ 720 Ibs ..................... 90.00 9 Black steers ............................ 835 Ibs ..................... 89.00 8 Black steers or bulls ................ 575 Ibs ..................... 97.25 10 Black heifers ............................ 635 Ibs ..................... 88.00 12 Mixed heifers ........................... 630 Ibs ..................... 89.50 20 Mixed steers ............................ 595 Ibs ..................... 93.50 23 Mixed steers ............................ 715 Ibs ..................... 88.00 37 Charolais and black whiteface steers ................................................ 750 Ibs ..................... 88.90 27 Charolais and black whiteface steers ................................................ 865 Ibs ..................... 85.10 23 Mixed steers ............................ 760 Ibs ..................... 85.25 78 Mixed heifers ........................... 730 Ibs ..................... 80.00 10 Simmental cross steers ........... 765 Ibs ..................... 87.25 74 Mixed steers ............................ 741 Ibs ..................... 85.00 t0 Mixed steers ............................ 820 Ibs ..................... 86.75 28 Mixed heifers ........................... 800 Ibs ..................... 83.25 12 Mixed heifers ........................... 730 Ibs ..................... 87.00 46 Mixed heifers ........................... 754 Ibs ..................... 87.00 20 Mixed steers ....... ~ .................... 775 Ibs ..................... 87.30 10 Black steers ...... ., .................... 540 Ibs ..................... 96.75 45 Black steers ............................ 760 Ibs ..................... 86.50 15 Black steers ............................ 855 Ibs ..................... 85.00 Several light calves in small numbers over 100.00 Conalgned for Feb. 12 15 Yearling 3, 4 and S year old cows bred Gelbvleh or Charolale 21 Red Whiteface crossbred let cuff heifers bred blaok Don't forget to wear your galoshes! Mothers always used to say things like that, and they still do. "Be careful when you cross the street," and Don't gulp your !| mtlk!" sound as familiar to kids today as they did a couple of generations And we think that's 8ood. Because it's a demonstration of caring which is carried from generation to gener- ation---and caring is what , funeral service is all about. Funeral ....... 402 N High Paul , Certified Public Accountant Phone 913-378-3006 Home - 913-647-8571 ,116 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan_ :-- Country Style Dinner with tea or coffee \ I All Day-- Sunday'Only! Hiway 14--Jewell, Kan. Andy Montgomery, 13 and one-half sad including Wank.lyn. Dickinson, Ell, Plumbing & Electric Lincoln, Mitchell, tawa, Republic, R Smith and one-half Certified Refrigerant Technician son I s=o,,o', i and Backhe I GUI New and used Cleaning an( [ Phone 913-428-3465 [ ___- O 115WJefferson Mank=o, Kan. : Rent One Movie And Get : Second Movie O @