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Thursday, February 13, 2014 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B dr. Clio Club donate to Food Pantry Jr. Clio Club met Feb. 3 at Pine Haven at 7 p.m. with Linda Flavm and Connie Walte aS hostesses. Tracy Walker presided at the meeting. Connie gave the treasurer's report for Karen Figgins and read the minutes from the November meeting. There were nine members present. Members brought items to be taken to the Food Pantry. The guess box was brought by Joyce Graft and won by Linda Flavin. It was rolls of coins. It was agreed members of the club will donate cookies for the Pine Wood Derby planned for April. Following the business meeting, lunch was served by the hostesses and a Valentine gift exchange was held. The next meeting will be at Nadine Smith's home March 3 with Nadine Smith and Tracy Walker as hostesses. Court seams targeting Kansan. Kansas residents who receive un- usdal phone calls or e-mails from a person claiming to be affiliated with a Kansas court need to be aware they might be the target of a seam. In one seam, residents report they received a phone call from someone claiming, to be affiliated with a local court law enforcement office who de- mds the person pay a fine for falling m report for jury duty. Anyone who receives a call of this type should hang up immediately and report the call to local law enforce- ment.. In another seam, residents report receiving an e-mail from an apparent Kansas cOurt that encourages them to click on a link to confn'm a court com- plaint was filed. It is believed the link is used to deliver a virus to the recipient's computer. Anyone who re- ceiv-es such an e-mall should delete it immediately and not try to open the attachment or connect to the link. A person who receives an unusual communication may contact a local court official to confirm whether it's valid. Mankato City Disconnects: Doris Kennedy, 525 N. Clinton Apt. 11; Josh Alcom, 205 N. High; Roy Alcom, 111 N. West. Connects: Josh Alcom, 111 N. West. Local Weather High and low temperatures Feb. 2 ....................................... 25 Feb. 3 ....................................... 26 Feb. 4 ....................................... 28 Feb. 5 ......... :. ............................ 23 Feb. 6 ....................................... 10 Feb. 7 ......... ................................ 8 -2 Feb. 8 ....................................... 17 4 Wilbur Becker, Mankato weather observer, reported six inches of snow with .26 inches of precipitation. Walk Kansas to increase activity Has your weight been creeping up on you? Has your blood pressure got- ten a little high? Or are you at risk for developing diabetes? A prescription you may want to consider is Walk Kansas. Walk Kan- sas works through the drug, walking. Or in generic terms, physical activity; also known as the "wonder drug." Walk Kansas starts March 16 and runs through May 10. This medication is used to prevent chronic disease and to extend life. It has been proven to help prevent and treat diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, breast and co- lon Cancer, obesity, depression, anxi- ety and osteoporosis. It also aids in achieving and maintaining a healthy weight, helps ease pain from chronic disease and slows functional decline from aging. The impact of this drug is enhanced if taken with a healthful diet and adequate sleep. Dosage for the walking drug is a minimum of 30 minutes a day, five days a week (total of 150 minutes a week.) Take at legist 10 minutes ata time. It is safe to take during preg- nancy and iactation and in combina- tion with most other medications. The side effects of the walking drug include decreased blood pressure, - stronger muscles, strongerbones, more energy, positive attitude, better sleep, better productivity at home and work, improved ability to handle stress, lower risk for suffering a heart attack or stroke, better posture, increased flexibility; healthy weight; improved fitness, sharper memory, better pain manage- ment, reduced anxiety, improved bal- ance and coordination, improved self- esteem; opportunities to socialize ac- tively with friends and family. To learn more about Walk Kansas contact the local extension office. Drug Walk Kansas packets will be available soon with details. ritE THERTER Friday, Saturday & Sunday Feb. 14, 15, 16 7:30 p.m. The Nut Job The Nut Job is an aclion-pacled com- edyjn dkmal.Oaldon that follows e Ira- vails ofSudy,a ous squirrel, and his rat friend Buddy, who plan a nut s0re heist of outrageous propodkms and unwit- tingly fl themselves embroiled in a mth more complicated and hiisdom adventure. Mankato, gan. 785-378-3172 - NeXt week: Lone Survivor Coming soon: Grudge Match, Labor Day, Monument= Men, The Lego Movie I Births Chris and Staci Whelchel, Mankato, are the parents of a baby girl, Karlee Alexis. She was born Jan. 22 at the Mitchell County Hospital, weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces. She Was 201/2 inches long. Older siblings include Lauren, 9, Kale, 8 and Eli, 5. Grandparents are Ron and Twill Whelcbel, Esbon, Brad and Linda Ost, Mankato. Great-grandparents are Ruby Hesting, Esbon, and the late Paul Hesting, Anne Ost, Mankato, and the late Milford Ost. Couple .plans April wedding on farm ' near Mankato Jasmin Grace Blass, Burr Oak, and William Tanner Dauner, Mankato, would like to announce their engage- ment and upcoming wedding. The future bride's parents are Jami Underwood, Jewell, Chuck Blass, Beloit, and Quentin Underwood, Burr Oak. The future bridegroom's parents are Lyle and Cathy Dauner, Mankato. The future bride is a 2010 graduate from Rock Hills High School, Mankato, and a graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, with a degree in business management. She is employed at Marshall Motors, Salina, as admin- istration support. The future bridegroom is a 2005 graduate from Mankato High school and a graduate of Salina Tech with a degree in commercial arts. He is em- ployed at Express Prints and Signs as a graphic designer. An April 12 wedding is planned at Underwood Farms, Mankato. Burr Oak Community :4 3 Club plans annual St. 9 Patrlck's Day supper -7 The February meeting of the Burr Oak Community Club was held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Community Cen- ter. Peggy Wilson, called the meeting .... to order. Glenny Barnes read the pam- utes of the Jan. 2 meeting and they were approved as read. Cheryl Hillman reported the club's account has a bal- ance of $1,915.81 after a deposit of $488.50 from the pancake and sausage supper and $10 from the purchase of one of the 140th birthday celebration T-shirts. Expenses for the month were $203.29 for supp!ies for the supper and $30 for ads. Sue Tucker reported she had not been able to reach: the counselor at Rock Hills High School concerning the scholarshipsbut would keep try- ing. New business consisted mainly of planning the upcoming St. Patrick's Day baked potato, salad and dessert bar supper which is scheduled in March with serving beginning at 5 p.m. Peggy will get posters made up and distrib- uted to businesses and other towns. Glenny will get an ad in the paper. i teachers, and judges await the posting of the names of Speech and drama students, their students competing in the finals at the Rock Hills Invitational Speech and Drama contest held ' contest. Volunteers helping with getting the food ready will need to be at the com- munity center by 1 p,m. to prepare the potatoes. Decorating the building will be done after the potatoes are cooking. Discussion was held concerning con- tacting community volunteers to help with the desserts. Those members present also stated what they would bnng to complete the supper items. A free will offering will be taken at the supper and the proceeds will go toward the annual ftreworks display and ice cream social in July. The 2014 mother-daughter salad supper was discussed. The supper has been scheduled for May I0. Sonya Gardener had volunteered to be in charge Of the supper this year and she will be contacted to see if she is still planning on organizing the event. With no other business, the meet- ing was adjourned. Attending were Cheryl Hillman, Peggy Wilson, Bob Hines, John and Sue Tucker and Cliff and Glenny Barnes. I I Courthouse News Jewell County I Register of Deeds Mary Elizabeth Vanomam, trustee of the JohnJ. Miienkovich and Donna J. Milenkovich Family Trust, to Donna J. Milenkovich: W I/2NW 1/4, Section 25, Township 1, Range 8 West; E1/2NE1/4, Section 26, Township l, Range8 West; WI/2V1/4, Section' 19, Township 1, ange.7 West except portion beginning NW comer NW 1/4, Section 19, Township 1, Range 7 West; NI/2SWl/4, Section 19, Township 1, Range 7 West. Roy D. Alcom and Shelley L. Alcom to Joshua Alcom and Kasha Alcom: Part SE 114, Section 16, Town- ship 3 South, Range 8 West. Long Views,LLC to Jonathan Th- ompson: EI/2SEI/4, Section21,Town- ship 3 South, Range 9 West. Richard Frasier to Nicole Frasier, Joshua Babson, Kristi Beam: Lots 7 and 8 in Block 3, Lewis Third Addition City of Burr Oak. Estate , l'state of John A. White, notice to creditors ........ Criminal-filed State of Kansas vs. Christopher Shane Hillman; aggravated indecent liberties, with a child, bond posted, waiver of preliminary hearing. i Happy Birthday oo . tJ Marvin (Butch) Criminal-settled State of Kansas vs. Amanda Chaput, two counts of giving worthless checks. Count one sentenced to 30 days in Jewell County jail, count two sentenced to 30 days in Jewell County jail, con- secutive with jail sentence imposed in count one. Ordered to pay restitution of $60.56, $86.69 and $158 in court costs. State of Kansas vs. Angel Drake, insufficient fund check, entered into diversion agreement. Teens for Christ program Saturday North Central Kansas Teens For Christ will host the Teens For Christ Rally featuring Karla Bauer and Kalona Pence at 7 p.m. Saturday in Concordia. Bauer is the King Cat Christian Music Association's 2010 Pop Artist of the Year. King Cat is a Kansas City organization providing guidance and support for artists, churches, and pro- grams like Teens For Christ. Bauer has gone from being a lead singer in a secular rock and roll band to a powerful Christian music vocalist. Her Story tells of the hope provided in the Gospel as she lives a life that is focused on sharing her growing faith. Kalona Pence is a high school stu- dent from Manhattan who is being recognized as a rising star in the indie- CCM scene. At the beginning of Feb- Tuesday at the junior-senior high school in Mankato. There were nine schools participating inthe MarthaMatthews presented Charlie Barrett's suggestion for utilization of her students in planning the nextcareer fair. The, suggestion will be imple- mented for the next career fair which is planned for 2015. The possibility of having one presenter per room was discussed. The high school census at that time is expected to rangebetween 110 to 120 students: Post Rock Extension has suggested holding a reverse career fair; taking the students and parents to businesses. It was decided to stay with the current format for the present and leave it to the school counselor to arrange visits for parents and students to specific businesses when there is interest. The next meeting of the Strategic Plan Committee will be held in mid- September. Jewell County Memories 120 Years Ago The horse buyers seem to have the impression that Jewell County has horses to give away. The ice houses are still empty. Guy Henninger and Thos Berry's little boys tried riding horseback. All went well until the horse began to trot and then they both rolled off. Guy plowed his face in the ground, got his mouth full of dirt and his arm swelled. When the swelling went down, one bone in the wrist was found to be broken. Jim Stidham has quite a business at breaking and training co.lts. Twenty-two pounds of granulated sugar for $1 at the Hockman and Grimm store. Blue grass is growing and the red birds are flying from tree to tree. The Modem Woodmen lodge is Neb., for a few weeks. The trip amounts to about 225 miles and he has to change trains five times. The E. B. Carroll Drug Store in Randall was was burglarized when thieves broke in the building. Only the day lock was on the safe, which the robbers manipulated, taking $65 in cash and leaving the checks. Some rings ,were also taken from the show case.. The Jewell train station shipped out 120 more cars of stock and grain dur- ing the past year than during the previ- ous year. 80 Years Ago We're marching through January with sunny skies and hardroads. Feb- ruary often makes up for any lack of winter weather. Elizabeth Cross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cross, and Kenneth Braden were married Jan. 14 at the 60 Years Ago Beulah Jordan has resigned her po- sition in Mankato with the county wel- fare departmfnt. Bids for the construction of a 60- acre state lake in Ionia township in Jewell County will be received by the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Com: mission at the State House in Topeka on Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rogers are the parents of a daughter, Deanna, born Dec. 30. Mrs. Rogers is the former Doris Lamb. Mr. Rogers is employed at Boogaart's Store. Mrs. John I. Philippi notes in her Formoso news column this week that she has been sending news items to the Jewell Republican for 24 Tears. She will soon be eligible for the "Quarter Century Club" and the Republican is deeply appreciative of her work and of all our correspondents. Colleen Doxon has accepted a posi- tion as stenographer with the Kansas- Nebraska Natural Gas Company at Phillipsburg. 40 Years Ago Lyle Bauer was the featured speaker at the Jewell County Conservation Dis- trict Annual Meeting. Bauer is an out- standing leader for conservation from Harper County. Recent surveys show $2.80 of each $10 spent at the supermarket goes for nonfood items. It's estimated that an average supermarket now stocks about 8,500 different items. Ofthese, 3,200 ruary, Kalona's song, Better Days, doingaflourishingbusiness.Fifty-one home of the bride's parents, are nonedible items. broke into the IntemationalChristian rd,,;,- ;,, ,,,1;h ,,h,, ** ,v,;,;,,,, an applications for .mEmbership are now C.R. Foulke, who 'lives south 'of ...he directors and stockholders of ............. b ............. v .......... on the ..... . ..,. =r:- " ' ...... Jewell, )ili hold a general "farm sale 'the kato Rental H0uing, Inc. and The program ls freeandopento.the ........... " .... 90 Ydr'Ago ' Feb. 1. He is selling three head of FHA Supervisor Ralph Killgore held public. , Kansas will be 63 years this year. horses and mules, eight head of cattle, their annual meeting of the corpora- Strategic Plan AeUon Committee meeting The Strategic Plan Action Commit- tee met Jan. 15 with Steve Greene, Nadine Smith, Jim Dooley, Frank Langer and Martha Matthews attend- ing. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and approved. The treasurer's report was given. The an- nual funding from the commissioners was discussed and will be available in February or March. The government day held Jan. 27 for high school juniors was discussed. It was a department head meeting with a total attendance of approximately 20 students. Come out and help 9elebrate. The Kan- sas Day Banquet Will be held Jan. 29 at the Jewell Rural High School. The Jewell I/,umber/,,, Co. was so pleased with Bob Nulty' s hard work as manager for the company that they sent him on a trip to the lumberman s convention at Kansas City. J. D. Stevens is going, to Curtis, District_bSupervisor Named ....... C"ffuc Lambertz has been named the western regio n therapy and evalu- ation services supervisor for Pawnee Mental Health Services which serves Cloud, Jewell, Mitchell, Republic and Washington counties. He fills the posi- tion vacated by the retirement of Fred Prindaville. We will have a Third Sunday Buffet Sunday, Feb. 16, 60 head of hogs and many farm imple- ments. Hogs now consume nearly one-half of the annual corn crop in the United States. Subscribers of the Esbon Telephone Company demanded a reduction in rates and finally got a 25 cent rebate. The company came out with a $900 loss at the end of the year. The game commissioner is buying rabbits to restock some Kansas coun- ties. tion. The officers are Boyd Silsby, Gerald Kier, Doyle Alcom, Lowell Yasmer and Stanley Ozmun. Ronald Rothchild, Mankato, and Tony Folsom, Randall, are enrolled in the farm equipment mechanics depart- ment of the North Central Kansas Area Vocational Technical School in Be- loit. 20 Years Ago Sociologist Professor Leonard Bloomquist of the Kansas State Uni- Continued to page 4 jr Thank You L. We would like to thank our family; Jewell [ County EMT, Jewell County Hospital, anyone | that sent cards, food or any other support during I[ my recent illness. " II Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hulbert II Max and Julie and Brad Hulbert II Melissa Imler and Mildred LaClai r F" Hamilton 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  I February13,1920 Village Cafe r, Esbon, Kan tine's Dance FromYourFamily , ' 'W -'a =( I Saturday, 90th Birthday Card Shower ' tl Ir ( Please help C ) /I Sweden Creme Special II Feb. 15 Richard Frasier 1 /I ,0071 Hamburger, French Fries, Fountain II ) Celebrate his 90th Birthday with.a card shower ,l /I wtdtll/Crtlllt Drink and Ice.Cream I1 8 p.m. to midnight ![ " OJ Ed B ridwell ] :Cards may be ,ent to: "" I /I Carry out only . II t7' 326 LincRisth'?;udrFro:ikyrKan" 66936 , 'f L Call 785.378-8600 to order! .L00's Place 500L:00an00V._00ll "Rooster Cogburn and The Lady" Staffing John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn Free Admission Movie Saturday, Feb.ilS, 3-5 p.m. Ute Theater, Mankato, Kan. . SpoIsored by FBLA tT/, 7 a s part of their eommurdty  // service project f M Sheltered Reality 5:30 p.m. Free Hotdog Meal 6:30 p.m. Fr0e Concert RSVP for Hotdog Meal and any questions call 785-534-0940 In Concert Feb. 15::: Rock Hills High School Gym 710 E Madison, Mankato, Kan.. Free will offering for Numana Sponsored by Evangelical Lutheran Church Sunday School, Mankato, Kan. M i f February "SUNDAY' ONL00P' Special Pizza & Wings BOGO Buy one pizza at regular price, get second pizza for $5 Or 15 Wings Double cheese, SlS9 extra for $5 Open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. = BOB'S INN AND HUNT BROTHIR PIZZA 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, \\;: , ou-3/--,5>X.