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4B TP:E SUPERIOR EXPRE Thursday, April 1 I, 2002 Area Sports _J I II iii I L Jllll i,li IIIIL ..... I I I I Relay member are Nicole Jeffery, Jaci Colulnt 140hOOl Jeffery, Tiffany Jansen and Meghan compete at Beloit wam=. Tbe Mankato Cougars opened their Other Cougar team members this track season by going to the Jaw,ll year are Angle Jansen, Whitney Hurd arid Elizabeth Wilson. Invitational at BeloR Friday, The next action for the Cougars is The Cougars finished fourth out of Friday at the Benninion Invitational. 17 teams with 44 points. Jell Hillcrest won the meet with 102,5 boys' results points. Jewell placed eighth with 25 points and White Rock came in number 12, Mmnkato boys' rmults Placing for the Couprl wel lls Jeffery, first in the 800 meter run with a ti me of 2 12.14 and fotmh in the long juml, with a leap of 19 6 '; Jarrett McDt aalu, second in the 300 interme- diate hurdles with a time of 43,25; Aaron Zadina, fourth in the shot put with a throw of 41 4 1/2" and Greg Zadina, fourth in the 800 meter mn Scoring for theJewell Wildcats were Caleb Russell, second in the pole vault with a height of 11' even and Richard lhamburg, fifth in the javelin with a throw of 144' 1". Tewell 4 x 100 meter relay team took sixth in 48.39, the 4 x 400 relay team took fifth in 3:53.67 and the 4 x 800 relay team took second in 9:23.70. Shamburg came in fourth in the 100 meter dash in 11.76. Girls' results Ashley Lienberger was the only Lady Wildcat scoring for Jewell. with a time of 2:15.79, Lienberger came in fourth in the triple The Cougar 3200 meter relay fin- jump with a distance of 32' 1" and ,shed first with a time of 8:58,74 and second in the high jump with a height the 1600 meter relay finished second of 4' 10". with a time of 3:44.26, Relay members White Rock are Greg Zadina, Ross Jeffery, ,larrett boys' results McDonald and Travis Callaway. Scoring for the White Rock Eagles Other Cougar team members this. were Monte Manning, tie for fifth in year are Matt Howell, Andrew the high jump at 5' 10" and Nick Pumphrey and Zach Colson. Mizner, second in the 800 meter run Girls, results The Lady Cougars finished seventh out of 17 teams. Tipton won the meet with 108 points. Jewell and White Rock each scored 12 points and tied for number 15. Scoring for the Lady Cougars were Jcnna Lee Harris, fourth in the pole vault with a leap of 7' and fifth in the 100 meter dash with a time of 13.47; Megan Warne, second in the 3200 meter run with a time of 13.10; third in the 1600 meter run with a time of 6:11•30: Tiffany Jansen, fourth in the 3200 meter run with a time of 13:59.00 sad Nicole Jeffery, fifth in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:42.82. The Cougar 3200 meter relay team finished third with a time of ! 1:23.83. II I Farmway Credit Union Mankato April 15 through April 20 White Rock Tuesday, April 16: Golf at Lucas-Luray, 10 a.m.; tligh School Track at Belleville, !1 a.m. Thursday, April 18: Middle School Track at Mankato. 9.'30 a.m. Mankato Tuesday, April 16: (ligh School Golf at Lucas, I0 a.m.; High School Track at Belleville, 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18: Junior High Track at, Mankato. 9.'30 a.m. Frid,, April 19: High School Track at Osborne. 3 p.m. JeweU Tuesday, April 16: Bel/evilte High School Track Meet, 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18: Junior High Track at Mankato, 9:30 a.m. Friday, April 19: Osborne Relays for Jewell High School 3 p.m. Saturday. April 20: KU Relays. Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances. Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks. Amedcan Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions. Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Sarvica, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in Balolt. Voice Response Unit, Intamat Member Access.  with a time of 2:14.06. Whit Boyles took fifth in the 1600 meter run with a time of 5:11.18 and fifth in the 3200 meter run with a time of 11:20.00. Girls' results Janeil Tucker won the pole vault by clearing the bar at 8' even. Lauren Jeffery scored for the Lady Eagles by taking sixth in the triple jump with a distance of 31' 2,75". White Rock s 4 x 100 relay team took sixth with a time of 56.45. pion Osborne High School Bulldogs, were also named to the team. Henningsen averaged 25.6 points per game for Waconda East this year. Harvey named to all-area third team Jamie Harvey, a Mankato High School senior, was named to the Salina Journal all-area third team. Carley Bloomfield, Clifton-Clyde High Schol, was also named to the all-area third team. Harvey named to all-area 1A team Henningsen, Harvey and BIclbmfield were all listed on the Salina Journal aU-area class 1A team. Harvey also participated in the Boot Hill All-Star Clasic at Dodge City. Harvey was a member of the American girls all-star team. Behrends, Snell listed as honorable mention Carrie Behrends, Mankato High School, and Amber Snell, Jewell High School, were listed as honorable men- tion on the Salina Journal all-area 1A team. The Salina Journal noted that Harvey had helped Mankato to a 40-6 record the past two years. She earned all-Pike Trail League honors again this season after averaging 17.4 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.6 assists a game for the Cougars. PTL girl heads all- area basketball team Casey Henningsen of WacondaEast Sawyer participates in geography bee Stefanie Sawyer, an eighth grade student at White Rock Middle School, com- peted in the state competi- tion of the Na- tional Geogra- phy Bee at Eisenhower Center, Abilene, Friday. By winning the competition at her school and submitting answers, to a test, she qualified for state where she was one of 100 contestants from 345 schools across the state. High School, a member of the Pike At the local level, competition be- Trail League, heads the list of area gan with students in fourth through athletes named to the Salina Journal eighth grades participatinL, Stephanie all-area girls team. took top honors and classmate Chelsea Henningsenis listed along withtwo Windmuller came in second.. other area athletes. April Roadhouse Stefanie did not qualify for the na- andBrookeUbelakerofthestatecham- tional contest. She received aT-shirt. i 1 ***** • • Supertor Auction House***** East3rd and highway 8, Superior, Nab. ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MACHINERY CONSIGNMENTS Thursday, April 18,003p.00. INFORMATION: Bob and Jessie Danehey---402-879-6364, Larry and Pat McCord--- 402-879-3082 *** Many items coming from Bob Mohlman Estate, Blue Hill, Neb. and ARASMITH'S TAVERN Hardy, Nab. Stoughton Wagon Beer signs EARLY LISTINGS: ANTIQUE AND COId.ECTIBLES: Planetarium, original box; Stoughton lumber wagon, excellentt; Two lumber wagons, steel wheels, wooden boxes: John Deere flare wooden box; 42 Beer signs (6 neon); Metal Coca Cola cooler, small; Antiques hanging light fa'tures; P.O. scala: Transit with tripod; Stanley #45 rabbit plane with bits; Tom's Peanut Jar with stan.d, old; Daisy butter chum #80, two ga Ion; Granite coffee pot; Apple peeler; Railroad lantern Many boer glasses; Longhorn and Buffalo skulls and home; 'Four of a Kind" Dog print, original frame; "Lone Wulf with original frame; 'On Guard" with onginal frame; 20 gallon Redwing crock; 5 gallon school house crock: 6 gallon Redwing crock; Set of mixing crockery bowls; Crock jug, brown top; McCoy pieces: Carnival plaster doll and Cupla doll; Cut iron flower It door stops; Fenton glass pieces; Fostoria glass pieces; Collection of Occupied Japan pieces; Cup and Saucer collection; Cup and Saucer display shelf; Old oblong mirror with cast iron base, beveled glass; Old button collection; Old handmade lace, trims, baby bonnets; Beaded purse; Golden grape juice set, glass and ice bowl; 12 piece place setting China, white-green iW; Old and new picture frames; Bell saw sharpener for round blades; Ice cream chair, Pop cooler with 2 sliding doors; stainless steel under counter cooler; Washboard, old; Promotional mirror, Byron; Oldfuneralfans, nice; Hand puppets, old; Kerosene lanterns; Many old too s; Wooden carpenter's boxes; Iron wheels; well pumps Set of wooden planes unique; Old safe; Deepfreeze; Two refrigerators; Wooden barrel chairs with tables; wooden Captain's chairs; more coming int MACHINERY: 1972 R+65 DitchWitch 140 backhoe with extension 110 K trencher, gas motor, 1973T8 DitohWitr, h trallar, tandem axet; D 17 Allis Chalmer tractor-diesel, 3.point with loader; 4400 John Deere combine; 3-point fast-hitch; 6-foot blade; 4 bottom plow; Horse drawn grain ddll, wooden box; Case semi.mounted bottom plow; International 4 bottom plow; 12-foot chisel; 6-row John Deere planter; 12-Volt sprayer; Tractor weights, 14 for a Massey; 3/4 socket set; Welder; Chain hoist; Hydraulic cylinders; Several pieces of 4-inch irrigation pipe; 6.inch pivot pipe; Irrigation pipe trailer, 602 Airmotor windmill with tower; Hildreth windmill weight; Trailer load of usable carpenter and hand tools, more coming int CARS: 1990 Ford Mustang, runs; GMC 19834x4 pickup, 350 motor-runs; 1984 Chew 4x4, 4-deor, extended cab, 2 diesel, 1 ton- runs, good pickup; more coming inT ***Announcormmlg dip/of uio talm prec4mdefi over any written matter day of safal" H .n I NOTICE OF HEARING ON AMENDING THE 2001-2002 BUDGET The governing body of White Rock U.S.D. #104 will meet on the 29th day of April, 2002 at 8:00 p.m., in Esbon. Kansas, in the MS Cafeteria for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the prnposed amended use of funds. Detailed budget information is available at Superintendent's Office, Esbon. Kansas and will be available at this hearing. SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS Adopted Budget Proposed Amendment 2001-2002 2001-2002Budget Fund V99ational lducatipq !nserwic˘ F.,ducati0q i , Theresa L, Frost Clerk Actual Tax Rate Amount of Tax to be Levied Expenditures and Transfers Expenditures and Transfers i f i t;i000 11,'100 Jewell FFA team takes 1st at event The ag mechanics team from Jew- ell High School FFA placed first re- cently in competition at Agronomy and Ag Mechanics Career Develop- ment Events at Riley High School. Team members were Joel Knarr, Scott Dooley and Hat : Kummer. As individuals Knarr placed eights, Dooley, seventh, and Kummer, first. The agronomy team placed third. Team members were P rickFaulkner, Jacob Greene, Sarah Birdsell and Tracy Bohnert. Birdsell placed third as an individual. Bird's grandson gets 2nd place Aaron Tiemeyer, Morrowville, grandson of Delbert and Patricia Bird, Esbon, was second place winner in the Kansas State Geography Bee recently in Abilene• Tiemeyer is an eighth grade student at North Central Middle School, Morrowville. Aaron's parents are Ramona and Mark Tiemeyer, Morrowville. Academy posts available for 2003 Congressman Jerry Moran is now accepting applications fornominations to the U.S. Service Academies• The academies include the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.; the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N. Y•; and the U.S. Mer- chant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. Those selected will enter the academies in June 2003. Selections are based on SAT or ACT test scores, class rank, grade point average, school records, extracurricu- lar activities, leadership potential, mo- tivation, recommendations and inter- view evaluations. Applicants must be legal residents of the state of Kansas, at least 17 years of age but not past their 23rd birthday on July 1 of the year of admission, citizens of the United States, unmar- ried, not pregnant and without legal obligation to support children or other dependents. The SAT or ACT scores are required. If nominated by Congressman Moran, the applicants then must meet the individual admission requirements of each academy. The academies will make the final decision on who will receive an appointment of admission. Because of limited placement, Con- gressman Moran encourages all inter- ested candidates to apply also to the offices of U.S. Senators Pat Roberts and Sam Brownback. Interested applicants should send a letter requesting application materials to Congressman Jerry Moran, Attn: Amy Theis. P.O. Box 1128, • Hutchinson, KS 67504. ii Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents April I at approximately 5:30 a.m., near milepost 254 on north Highway 14, Jerry E. Michels, Oak, was driving a 1999 Chevrolet pickup when a deer come out of the ditch and struck the front of his vehicle. No injures. Acci- dent investigated by Ost. Damages exceeded $500. Sunday at approximately 9:15 p.m., near milepost 241 on Highway 14, Robert H. Harvey, Superior, driving a 1989 Buick was heading north when a deer came from the east. The Harvey vehicle hit the deer head on. No inju- ries. Accident investigated by Alley. Damages were more than $500. Traffic Kevin W. Klima, Belleville, leav- ing scene of accident, failure to report, driving on restricted license, $554. Register of Deeds Jerry LeRoy Totten, successor trustee of the Totten Family Trust to Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of the Survivor's Trust A, created under the Totten Family Trust, an undivided 1/2 interest in the W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 19, Township 4S, Range 8W, and conveys and warrants an undi- vided 1/2 interest to: Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of the Survivor's Trust A created under the Totten Family Trust, an undivided 1/2 interest in the W 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 19, Town- ship 4S, Range 8W, and conveys and warrants an undivided 1/2 interest to Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of the De- cedents Trust B created under the trust agreement, an undivided 1/2 interest in the W 1/2 of the NW I/4 of Section 19, Township 4S, Range 8W, and conveys and warrants an undivided 1/2 interest to, Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of the Decedents Trust B, under the Totten Family Trust an undivided 1/2 interest in the W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section ! 9, Township 4S, Range 8W. Jerry LeRoy Totten, first successor trustee of the Totten Family Trust, and Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of the Decedent's Trust B, Created under the Totten Family Trust, and Jerry LeRoy Totten, trustee of Survivors's Trust A, created under the Totten Family Trust, conveys and warrants an undivided !/ 2 interest to: Ronnie L. Dean and Elaine M. Dean, and conveys and warrants an undivided 1/2 interest to Jerry L. Dean and Judith A. Dean; NE 1/4 of Section 24, Township 4S, Range 9W, less a tract commencing at the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of said Section 24 and W 1/ 2 NW I/4 of Section 19. Township 4S, Range 8W. Ronald L. Reed and Diana F. Reed " -._-.._ -; . ,g.._,m'A - - - _ " - National Coin Week will be observed Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19 Don White, Mankato, will be displaying coins at State Exchange Bank and Central National Bank, both of Mankato, Kan., throughout the week. Don is a member of Solomon Valley Coin Club. For more information contact Max L. McCaughey 1-800-360-4007 1-785-738-4007 New members welcome/ I II I L ToX SPeok boy Monday, April 15 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. On this, your last day to pay Uncle Sam, we would like to give all new patients a well deserved break from the stress of paying your taxes For only $10.40 will reeel: A health history and • consultation • A complete orthopedic and neurological exam • Initial x-rays of the spine (if needed) • Report of findings As n way to Introduce  i  to our dMic, we invite you to call and =˘hedule an appointnm edayl Appointmeats ere n.esm.y so pluu P.sill Kloster Chiropractic Clinic hr. Sttm . tw 717 East Second, Smith Center, Kan 66967l (785) 282-6818 to James A. Vaughan. Part of N 112 of NE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 3S, Range 10W. Warr0nty deed. Mildred Fuller Gra- ham to L. Jean Blair and Veda Houser, W I/2 of NW 1/4 of Section 8, Town- ship 4S, Range 8W, except a tract, and NE 1/4 and the E 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section 27, in Township 3S, Range 8W. James M. Self and Rebecca Self, and Charles F. Self to Julianne Mohlman, Lot 3, in Block 8 in Lewis Second Addition to City of Burr Oak. Cheryl A. Payer to Adam J. Loomis, NW 1/4 of Section 23, Township 4S, Range 9W. Leslie Warner and Lona Warner to Michael D. Caldwell, Lots 1 and 2 in Block 6 in Lewis Second Addition to the City of Burr Oak. Michael W. Nebel and Ann L. Reinert, successor trustees of The Loreta L. Walker Trust to Theodore J. Thummel and Wanda M. Thummel, E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 15, Town- ship 3S, Range 10W. Criminal ' State of Kansas vs. Linda Gower, Jeweil, giving a worthless check. Limited Civil John L. Bingham and Judith R. Hesket-Bingham, vs. Vie L. Bradley and Kimberly A. Bradley. Divorce Brian S. Murray and Karl D. Murray. Civil Robert E. Watson and Elaine Watson vs. Myron Bouray. II Dispatch By Edna Verhage I Greeter Sunday was Terry Koops. Passage Sunday morning was Luke 15:1-17. Theme was 'They'll Know Us By Our Love'. Passage Sunday evening was Hebrews 13:1-18, I Peter 4:7-11. Theme was 'Standing at the Door'. Dispatch Saturday Night featured the Dordt College Praisie Band with members Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Senti, Sioux Center, Iowa; Danielle Bosma, Noerlandia, AB Canada; Dawn Wielenga, Hull, Iowa; Will Schader, Grand Rapids, Mich.; and Denise Ver Bach, Zeeland, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Schoofe, South Holland, I11., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rod Korthals and family. Happy birthday to: Linda Groenendyk, April 7; Jesse Sumpter, April 9; Berend Koops, April 11; Vi Koops, April 12. Happy anniversary to'Jim and Ruth Tanis, April 7. (Last week's news) Greeters Sunday were Rod, Belinda, Tate, Jihan and Taylor Arnold. Sunrise services were in the Tanis Hills north of Downs. Passage Sunday ' WaS:Matthew 29:1-10 16-20. Theme was "NVorshiP iiad BBv D0n. ' ::" The choir sang'- " Great, Great Morn-' ing" and "Majesty" accompanied by Stacy DeBey and Marianne Schlatter. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schlatter were Marion Schlatter, Bayard, Nab.; Melanie Converse, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin family. LatryBoxum, visited Opal Boxum. Mr. and Mrs. Dave family, Batavia, II1., Korthals family. Leanne Tanis and famil Iowa, visited Mr. and Tanis. Mr. and Mrs. Tro, i ly, Clara Cit) Herredsberg family. Mr. and Mrs. ily, Hays, visited Happy birthday to: April 1; Scott Korthals, Happy anniversary to Merry VanderGiesen, Dispatch Saturday will l Dordt College Praise Team. 6 p.m. Program at 7 p.m. welcome to Mankato Newell and Doris the weekend with Alexander and family Brena's first communion. Robert and Vonda Betty Koukol, Belleville, and Chris McKay Moundridge. They ebrate her second birthday. Newell and Doris ited in the home of Mr. Howard, Lamed. Terry and Donna McDill, Delores Rahe, Duane and Jeri Rahe Delores and Duane's Smith, on Anna Belle Cederberg week. day afternoon at ML Hope services family members the home of Alva and lunch. Attending Belle's husband, Sioux niece, her husband and peka; Blaine and Shar Neb.; Jim Tyler, Hays; Ferguson, Clyde. Jo McCammon Brae David, Andover, Final Four B Atlanta. They visited the ing, Olympic Park and Atlanta as well as attendin Rally at the Marriott Kath: "and friend, Jerry, were Monday afternoon The) Jail, Jeweli Count of Dale and Joanne Freem cafe. Joining them for Charolett and Betty Richard and Pam Thon visited Tate and Amy Taran and Stephanie Amarillo, Texas. They don celebrate his fourth Cougar Tales Meet the people who make Msnksto Schools Spedld Harold R. Terpemng is theJr.-Sr. High for USD 278. He is two children: Jonathan and wife husband Brad and their daughter Konlynn. Harold grew u[ BSE from KSU in 1971 and his masters in tration and Athletics from FHSU in hobbies include playing golf and trading and selling of Indian Head pennies, barber nickels and then some His teaching and administration those students that go out into the world and become the our country. "I have seenthe orneriest student become a success. because honesty, fairness, and truth have been included in their processes". "'As an administrator I have never wanted to jump to a quick times I hear the students say, 'he is thinking about it'. If there is more side I have the opportunity to hear it too; if there with; if everyone needs a 'cooling off' period, 'thinking about each and everyone's needs." 'Living in a small community has advantages. h," ve tt  adv, ge of personal time and expertise from their teache. know the students and can relate to them on a far more is true that some classes are not available, and maybe not a choiCe ' for a subject area.but I feel during my curriculum to meet the needs we have found ways to provide students want, and we have tried to get quality teachers ai Terpening concludes, "success is measured m many ways. knowing you do your best at all times, strive for the utmost goal, about your accomplishments". Abby Ost is a senior at MHS. She is the daughter of Larry and R6nda Ost. Her hobbies include swimming and listening to music. School activities include: cheerleading, NHS, stuco, FCCLA, forensics, all school play, choir, show choir, broadcasting. Abby plans to attefid Kansas Wesleyan UniverSity with a major in theatre or psychology. Hfghlights for Abby "while attending MHS, 1 have most enjoyed being involved in the all school plays and forensics." Abby says, "the advantage of living in a small town comes in the friendliness you receive from everyone in the community". 8th grade math, 278. She grew up on a farm nero received her bachelor's from KeameY masters from University of Nebraska at Highlights for Barb in her far are: "having ated and seeing them beingsuccessful" • advantages of livingin a students are involved in makes them more well