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/ 8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Jewell By Roberta Holdren . Arian and Elva Folsom, Roberta Holdren, Karen Mclntyre and Arlene Johnson were among those attending the 92 birthday party honoring Carl McEIroy which was held at Randall. Arian and Elva Folsom went Kan- sas City for the weekend. They at- tended the wedding of Elva's nephew and visited Tony Folsom. Lora Crumrine and Coni Grennan were here for the weekend with their mother, Jeanine Seamans. While here, they helped Jeanine pack for her planned move to Columbus, Neb. On Saturday Gene and Pat Sims of Pearland, Texas, Tom Abram and Jeannett Heign of Ennis, Texas, vis- ited Carol Menhusen. They were here to attend the funeral for George Murray of Barnard. Kevin Thompson the owner of the /ewell Grocery celebrated his birthday Saturday afternoon by serving drinks and cake at The Other Store. Terry and Lois Moyer .of Salina were weekend guests of Wendell Moyer. , Sunday after worship services a light lunch was served honoring the gradu- ates. Darica Bohnert and Mica Daniels are among the high school graduates from Rock Hills. Noah Danies expects tO graduate from Rock Hills Junior High. Darica plans to attend college in Oklahoma. Mica plans to attend Kan- sas State University and Noah's fufure plans are to attend high school. Loretta Hutchison was hospitalized a few days in the Mitchell County hospital. Bruce and Cindy Barrett and Ann Boomer were in Denver for a few dhys preparing for'Ann's upcoming kidney transplant. I r Burr OakByGlennys Barnes I i "Knowing God brings us joy here and now," was the call to worship at the Untied Methodist Church. The Marihughs, came from Esbon and were in charge of the service. Shirley's fa- vorite quote being "This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it." Her sermon was titled "Words of Life," using scripture found in the books of Matthew and John. With Glen Marihugh at the piano, the closing hymn was "Wonderful Words of Life." The two floral bouquets were in memory of Wilma Underwood. Guests were Alaska friends of Pat and Dave Anderson. Pat's sister, Jackie Frisbie, came from Oregon to to be near their dad, Jack Byers who was hospitalized in Brodstone Memorial Hospital. Doug and Wanda Frasier took Elsie Carper, Lebanon, to Hastings lastTues- day to celebrate her 94th birthday. They also visited in the home of Josh, Amanda and Luke Frasier during the day. Nancy McCorkle returned early in the week after visiting several days in the home of John, Kristi and Sadie "McCorkle, Coleman, S.D. Last Wednesday evening Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Red Cloud to attend the end of season program put on by the Kids for Truth group at the Congregational Bible Church. Partici- pating were Lance and Lilly Barnes, Paisley, Jerzie, Olivia and Thomas Ord and Diana Ord. Attending also were Darinand Amanda Bames, Jeff, Keller, Kyle, Remington and Kooper Ord and Katie Mason. Following the program of singing and Bible verse recitation, refreshments of ice cream and brown- ,ies were served. Members of the Burr Oak Fire De- partment met for their May supper and meeting last Wednesday. Cheryl Hillman served a meal of sweet and sour meatballs, cheesy potatoes, corn, brownies and cookies. Attending were Mike, Jim and Tom Harris, Steve and Tammy Cosand, Bob Johnson, Cheryl Hillman, John Tucker, Scott Yelkens, Wtilt Wilson, Cody Volker, Dave Belden, Keith Barry, Wally Willitts, Tim Warner and Bryan Bo3(les. Larry, Nate. Mason and Max McMains and Levi Cusatis spent the weekend fishing at Lake Texhoma. They report having had three fun filled days of stripper fishing. Max caught the biggest fish. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Red Cloud, Friday morning to watch their granddaughter, Lilly Barnes, and great-granddaughters, Paisley and Olivia Ord, participate in the Red Cloud Elementary School Fun Day. The little girls enjoyed their events and so did their grandparents. Mike and Dixie Dethloff, Mankato, were Friday evening visitors of Walt and Peggy Wilson. Doug and Wanda Frasier Were in Manhattan over the weekend attend- ing the Kansas Branch meeting of the National League of Postmasters. Wanda serves the state branch as chap- lain. This year Wanda was elected to serve as secretary-treasurer for a two- year term. Doug is a member of the league's auxiliary, c'omprised of ,spouses or family members in support of the Postmaster's League. They re- turned home Sunday. In children's church Sunday Rich- ard Cox, pastor of the Burr Oak Chris- tian Church, talked with Morgan McMains about talking to Jesus who prepares a place for us in Heaven. For the adults, Richard's message was en- titled "The Search for Peace." His se- lected scripture reading was John 14:23-29. He said peace is something that is sought e"erywhere in the world. We seek it in our homes, in our rela- tionships and in our country. Peace is an elusive thing. Just as oil and water do not mix, so, too, are there many people in the world who do not mix peacefully. The only thing some people can agree on is that they can not agree on anything. However, when the Holy Spirit controls our lives, we can be at Thursday, May 9, 2013 peace within ourselves. How can we live in peace.? We can have a relation- , ship with God through Jesus Christ. We can obey the Lord and let His peace fill us. Peace with God means submit- ting to His will. Thank God for His blessings and don't worry. Believe in the eternal hope of Heaven and let God lead us in the right direction. Jack Byers, age 90, died Sunday evening at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. His funeral was heldat the United Methodist Church in Burr Oak at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Jack is survived by his two daughters, Patricia Anderson and Jackie Frisbee. Kleppinger 'uneral Home,Jewell, was in charge of arrangements. Formoso By Chantel Vacek Pastor Gene Little and Mary wel- comed their daughter, Qiana, home from college this week. Mary and Qiana are preparing for Qiana's wedding which is planned for July 20. Pastor Gene and Mary have asked the com- munity keep their son, Sean Little, and his family in their prayers as Sean will be gone to South Korea for a year. Weekend guests of Nancy Higbee were Jeanrea Higbee, Scandia, and her boyfriend, Doug Thomas, Leba- non, Mike Higbee, Scandia, Carl Shrontz, Jewell, Christel Nelson and girls, Courtland. Carl made the lunch. New street signs that have been placed around town replacing the oldor ones.They sure look nice. Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall Senior Citizens will host the County Council on Aging next Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. at the Senior Center. Anyone age 55 and older is welcome to learn about oppor- tunities and help available to you. Rain and some sleet last Wednes- day. A half-inch or less of moisture was reported. Carol and Larry Flinn arrived in Beloit Wednesday for a visit to cel- ebrate family birthdays. Carol's birth- day was honored that evening with a supper with Opal and Carl McEIroy and Judy Zimmer. David and Cindy DeLeon attended the Dance Company's spring recital, "Once Upon a Dream." Cianna was a member of the cast. Marti and Wayne McElroy and Ila McElroy attended granddaughter Hannah's 17th birthday party at Jamie McElroy's home in Axtell. Some of Hannah's family and neighbors at- tended the potluck dinner. Opal and Carl McEIroy were guests at a barbecue at Carol and Larry Flinn' s home in Beloit Saturday evening to mark Carl' s 92nd birthday. Other guests were the Shawm Kibbe family, Salina. Chris Ramsey, Brooklyn and Gen- try, visited for the weekend with Mike and Jill Ramsey. Andy Looper celebrated his 6th birthday at the home of his parents, Jackie and Kade Cooper Courtland. Those from Randall were Ila McElroy, Dennis Conn, Julie and Frank Bolte and girls, Marti and Wayne McElroy. Others there were Jenny and Kelly Flavin and family, Kade's parents and his sister and family plus some neigh- bors. Jan Thornton, Nevada Vetter and Fawna Barrett finished a quilt at the church Tuesday afternoon. Sunday afternoon, Sherilyn Kadel sang with the Heartland Chorus in a special concert as a benefit for the Brown Grand Theatre in Concordia. Elsie Vetter, Wahoo, spent the weekend  th Nevada and CliffVetter. They visited a sister-in-law, Bonnie Vetter, Sunday afternoon. Callers at tile Vetter home during the weekend were Earl, Crystal and Aubrey Dunstan, Nancy and Bill Buser, Elaine a"  Dan Peters, Mark, Cecilia and Dakota Pe- ters Seleise Barrett came home Tues- day afternoon and took her mother, Fawna Barrett, to Hebro.n Wednesday for laser on her eye. Seleise went home later that afternoon. Saturday, Fawna and Theresa Baxa had lunch together. '!" __ I. 1L ulspa[cn 00cha,d Verhage i Scripture passage for the Sunday morning worship service was John 3:1- 21. Theme Sunday morning was "Whatever happened to Nicodemus?" Passage Sunday evening was Ruth 6:1 - 12. Theme Sunday evening was "Liv- ing Selflessly." David Rozema, professor of phi- losophy, Kearney, Neb., lead the ser- vice at Dispatch Sunday morning and Ray DeBey lead the service Sunday evening. Congratulations to our graduates: Chris Eakin, Calvin College, G.P, Mich.; Jana Eakin, Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa; Alexis Koops, Lakeside High School, Downs; Shad Lewis, Lakeside High School, Downs; Ivy Miller, 8th grade St. John's Beloit. Happy birthday to Ryan DeBey. I Ionia i Pastor Sharp brought the Sunday morning message at the Ionia United Methodist Church. It was titled "Ful- filling A Vision." Scriptures was Acts 16:9 through 15. Greeter and usher was Pat Diemart. Rita Rose lit the altar candles. Pianist was Ann Colson. Guests were Kelli Childs and sons, Brady and twt-month-old Collin of Belleville. They were visiting at the home of her parents, Danny and Marcie Simmelink. This was the"Guest Day" and funds were raised for the "Imagine No Ma- laria," program. Those that made do- nations for this project were given the opportunity to "pie" the pastor. Out- side the church, following the servi.ce, Pastor Sharp received six pies. Sunday afternoon there was a VBS planning meeting held at the Harmony United Methodist Church and those from the church in Ionia were invited to participate. There will be an "all church" work day at the Thrift Shop in Man kato from l to 4 pm Monday. Anyone from the churchin Ionia may volunteer to help. At 7 p.m. Wednesday the Rock Hills Baccalaureate Service will be held at the Rock Hills High School Gym. The speaker will be "Mr. Wiz- ard," Steve Jacobs. The funeral di,mer for the family of Holly Rossen w as served Friday at the Ionia United Methodist Church with the women of the church fixing and serving the meal. Rod Rose officiated at the funeral held that afternoon at the Baptist Church in Cawker City. Gloria Schlaefli attended the May meeting of the Burr Oak Community Club. It was held last Monday. Final plans were made for the Burr Oak Mother-Daughter Banquet and the Burr Oak Community Club Scholarship re- cipients were chosen. Zane Colson had the misfortune of breaking an ankle at his home, one day last week. Rod Rose spoke Sunday at a church in Kenningston. Dick and C'oria Schlaefli went to Superior, Sunday afternoon, to visit Gerald Boyles and they took him out for supper. One evening last week Jean Rose, Beloit, visited Harold and Neva Shoe- maker. Jean had been to the Rose farm and called on the Shoemakers to see her former horse Splash. For a number of years Jean entered Splash in horse shows. Neva purchased Splash last summer from Jean. Neva now takes Splash on trail rides and on rides around the farm. Accordiug to Neva, Splash, Jean and Neva have all retired from horse shows. Karen Boden returned home last Wednesday after a Week with her brother, Ron Johnston, in Landsford, N.D. She wa., helping him with his recovery from rotator cuff surgery. On Saturday, Leon and Karen Boden went to Goessel to attend the dance recital in which Elyse and Alyssa Boden participated. They helped Rachel Boden celebrate her birthday and then returned home on Sunday. Also visiting'at the Bbden home in Goessel was Rachel's mother, Jo Larsen, from Round-Up, Mont. Roger and Arrilla Fedde left a week ago Friday and wen t to Gutherie, Okla., SCHENDEL Open 7 Days a Week with Same Day Appointments Tyler Chiropractic John Tyler D.C. Mankato, Kan. 785-648-0080 785-378-8047 SHELLITO ROOFING (Residential) v BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Smith Center, Kan. 785-620-7499 iEl!ii/iiliT to,visit at the home of Terry and Cynthia Wunderle. The Feddes went on to Pon- der, Texas, and visited in the home of Bruce and Kim Fedde and Zeke. At the end of this week, the Feddes went to Rogers, Ark., and visited Roger's brother and wife, Ernest and Vera Fedde, and with his sister, Lois Blackburn. A celebration was held Sunday to honor Lois for her 97th birthday. Others in attendance for the celebration included Cynthia Wunderle and Lois' daughter, Becky ,from Florida. Roger and Arrilla returned home Monday. Panorama By Fawna Barrett We interrupt Spring for a brief in- terlude of winter...on May l, no less. Cold rain assailed the world, whipped along by a swirl wind. Sleet tapping the windows, lulled one to sleep that evening. May 2 carrieci more brisk wind that was colder than those January winds and cold descended into the 20s that evening laying the grass and plants low. Peonies, which had shot from dormancy during those last warm days of April bowed their heads to the ground. May 3, the sun has come out and the wind is calm...so far. Not muc[ change during the day as it stayed quitt chilly. Warmth didn't return until Sun day afternoon. The hope i s that Spring weather will prevail. Mankato Barb and Bill Thomas went to Smolan last week to attend the confir- mation of their granddaughter, Katie Allton, daughter of Kevir and Debbie, Allton, at the Salemborg Lutheran Church. ElaineThomas accompanied Karen Grelinger to Salina last Tuesday where Karen had an appointment. They were overnight guests of Jim and Terry Standley, Augusta, and Karen saw the doctor in Wichita last Wednesday. They knew they were in Kansas driv- ing home because the weather changed every little bit. Rain, sleet and hail and driving in Jewell County it was snow. Freddie Murphy was a weekend guest of Chuck and Trish Murphy in Stromsburg, Neb. They attended a play while she was there. Mac and Jo McCammon were in Wichita for a doctor's appointment and visited their granddaughter. Mac was hospitalized for tests while they were there. Rick and Shelia Diamond were in Lincoln, Neb., to watch their daughter, Ashley Clark, Superior, run and 13.5 mile long marathon. There were I 0,000 runners in the run. Jerry and Jan Layton, Oxford, Neb., were Monday guests in the home of Eunice Ells. They took Eunice and Jackie Ernst out to lunch at a local restaurant ..... Mitch and Crystal Cosand were iP Hays where Clay will join his sistel Ky, at Fort Hays University next yem Clay enrolled as a freshman and Ky will start in June a two-year graduate program in communication disorders. She was one of 20 students accepted to 1 0000Sentricon Colony Elimination Systarn ....,o iii Grain Bins Eaton GSI Buildings Vacro-Pruden American the program out of 140 applicants. Frank and Nadine Railsback were in Hoxie last Tuesday to visit their daughter, JoLinn Kaus, at the nursing home. In the aftemoon, they went to Oberlin to watch grandson Tyler, com- pete and take second place in the 4x 800 relay and third in the two mile. Mon- day they were back in Hoxie to visit JoLinn in the morning and to Hill City to watch Tyler at a track meet. Donna Silsby presented her "dye on silk" demonstration last Wednes- day evening at the Spring Salad Lun- cheon held at the Mankato Methodist Church. Brady, Sam and Parker Alexander arrived in Jewell County Thursday to visit family and friends. The Alex- anders have lived in London, England, for the past two and, e half 3?ears and have returned to tL. United States. They will make their home in Wichita where Brady will continue working for Koch. Saturday they visited grand- parents, Doris and Newell Alexander, and had lunch at a local restaurant. Audrey Diamond visited Dale and Eileen Erickson in Courtland Friday afternoon. A Relay For Life team worked the concession stand at the Rock Hills track meet Friday. Judy Walker-Felix of St. Joe, Mo., arrived Friday night for a weekend visit with her mother, Vera Walker. They visited several cemeteries Satur- day. Judy Miller was Salina for a pet scan Friday. She  back in Salina Monday with her ,hildren, Shane Hillman, Renae Jacobs, Shelli Kuhlmann and Renita Volker to get test results and start her treatments. Dean Langley, Marie Basart and Aubrey Davis went to Sylvan Grove Saturday to attend a goat sale. Justin and Jalen Basart, Stockton,joined them at the sale where Aubrey and Jalen each purchased a goat. Jalen returned to Mankato with his grandparents and wasan overnight guest in their home. Marie took Jalen home to Stockton Sunday. Ronald and IvaLee Payne, Formoso, were Saturday visitors of Audrey Dia- mond. Barbara and Bill Thomas were in Salina Saturday to attend the Tamara Howe School of Dance recital at the Stiefel Theater and to watch their grand- daughter, Katie Allton,perform with the Teen Company. Katie has been taking dance for 10 years and is one of eight girls who make the Teen Com- pany. She is the daughter of Deb and Kevin Aliton, Smolan. Travis Thomas, Tescott, was in Mankato Saturday to visit his grand- parents, Bill and Barb, but he missed seeing them as they were in Salina. He visited his great-grandmother, Vesta Dillinger, at long term care. Tammy Winters and Jean Ann Whitaker were in Superior, Sunday to attend the confirmation of Elite Wittke at the Lutheran Church. Others joining them at the service and dinner follow- ing at the home of Ellie's parents, Scott, Amy, and Taylar Wittke, were Bob Gumm, Brad, Sharon and Rayne Biltoft, Fern and (;ene Wittke, and Darrel Gumm. Alma Zadina W k some embroi- dery work to and ,ited her grand- Pest .Control & Lawn Service SERV NG THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Seasonal SetvicesAvailable lf'qWest5th,Concordia, Kan. 78..-243-2554o 1-800-748-8184 .C in E0uiDment Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC York Legs GSI Dryers Commercial Agricultural Industrial 785-781-4383 - 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin P.O. Box 17 Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. Commercial Agncultural Industrial Metal Buildings Grain Storage and Handling Concrete This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, May3 10 Mix steers 434 170.00 58 Mix steers 913 130.75 10 Mix steers 526 156.00 10 Cow Calf Pairs 1,019 2,250.00 12 Mix steers 510 152.00 11 Mix heifers 478 146.00 63 Mix steers 840 135.10 11 Mix heifers 576 144.00 13 Mix steers 755 135.00 10 Mix heifers 680 127.00 62 Mix steers 826 134.00 58 Black heifers 793 1,24.75 15 Black heifers 754 124.00 65 Mix steers 873 133.35 Consigned for Friday, May 10 3 Angus breeding bulls,yearlings; 220 Charolais cross steers and heifers, 700-900; 180 ix heifers, 600-700; 160 black steers and heifers, 500- 0; 150 mix steers and heifers, 450-600; 71 mix steers and heifers, 500-600; 35 black steers, 850-900; 35 mix steers and heifers, 55 ,350; 15 older black pairs. Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Ce11785-819-61/5 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Cell 785-545-8#12 Kelly Bouray, Ce//402-87-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Cell 785-545-#366 daughter, Jennifer Sterling, who is homebound with a knee injury. Bill and Barb Thomas were in Su- perior Sunday where he performed with the Pope' s People at the Good Samari- tan Home and the assisted living facil- ity. The musical group is mostly men but also includes three women. After the programs the Bill and Barb visited his sister, Darlene, and Bob Woerner who had recently returned home from Arizona. Jean Michael had hip surgery in Grand Island, Monday. Crystal Cosand started her new job Monday with attorney Kay Prather in Beloit. Jerry and Alice Kinsey left for Hous- ton, Texas, Tuesday evening where Jerry has an appointment at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center where he'll be part of an experimental drug pro- gram for the kidney cancer that has spread. They are excited and hopeful they will have an answer for Jerry. The Kinseys' daughters, Molly Swank, Michelle Schmidt ind Alison Ryan, will accompany their parents Kathy Beckmann is having surgery on her hand Thursday in Omaha. Good news! A new granddaughter for Pam and Eldon Dunstan, Ann and Howard Callaway arrived at the hospi- tal Minneola Monday afternoon. Berkley Harper was born to Brooke and Travis Callaway. She weighed eight pounds, 12 and one quarter ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents Pam, Ann and Howard and Aunt Kaitlyn Diamond were there to wel-, come her. Great-aunt Jennifer Tho- mas, Offerle, arrived shortly after her birth. Grandpas Eldon and Jay Dia= mond will be arriving Friday along with aunts Baylie and Karrigan Dun- stan. On this spring Sunday Morning, Beth Menhusen served as acolyte. The prelude "Morning Song" was played on the pipe organ by Pat Grout. Wel- come and announcements were pre- sented by Pastor Gerry Sharp. Choral introit was "Lord, We Come to Ask Your Blessing." The children's mes- sage was given by Pastor Gerry Sharp and directed toward the "Imagine No Malaria" (INM) program which is sav- ing the lives of children by supplying mosquito nets and other supplies to prevent malaria. Two years ago, a child was dying every 30 seconds. As of last year, the numbers had been cut to one every minute. The program hopes to completely eradicate the disease by 2015. This program was started and took offbecause of someone listening to the direction of the Holy Spirit. Pastor Gerry encouraged all to listen to that directive and to have the courage to follow that guidance. Each child was given a mosquito swatter as a reminder of the "No More Malaria" project. The chancel choir, accompanied by pianist Joann Davis, sang "His Eye Is On The Sparrow," with a duet perfor- mance by Phil and Anna Menhusen. The scripture reading was based on Acts 16:9-16, when Paul was inspired by a vision to visit Macedonia. Upon visiting the city, God's plan continued to be fulfilled in spreading His word and in baptizing. The sermon was entitled "Fulfill- ing A Vision." We are to pray and meditate in order to seek the visions God has prepared for our lives rather than having tunnel vision. Whatever we do in seeking to honor God will be blessed by Him. Pastor Gerry was once feeling that what he was doing was not following his own plan for his calling, when a mentor told him "There is noth- ing you can do that takes you outside of the ministry if you are seekfng your vision as given by God." Following the worship service, Pas- tor Gerry organized a fun "pie in the face" presentation where persons in the congregation could donate toward the INM project and put a pie in his face, Pastor Gerry's Pie the Pastor for Imagine No Malaria Scheduled events for this week in- clude at 7 p.m. today (Thursday) / Rebecca Circle Harmony UMC; May 12 Mother' s Day, presentation by Har- mony Bell Ringers. Also community Bible School for this year has been scheduled for June 3 through7 with a cookout on June 8. Several community churches are involved. Contact the pastor or a youth leader to participate! Members were reminded to have a great week and tO not to forget to listen and watch for God's vision, Amy Feigley, Enterprise, was a weekend guest of her mother, Shana Ruthstrom. JeweU tree board plants 2 trees at Lake Emerson In recognition of Arbor Day, on Monday afternoon the Jewell Tree Board planted two maple trees near the entrance sign at Lake Emerson. Those attending and helping with the tree planting were Kenny Garst, Ron Howland, Becky Loomis, Carol Divel and Roberta Holdren. Jewell was named a "Tree City USA" for 2012. THE BENJANMUSSER ESTATETRUST, INC. 316DELAWAFIES/I:EL=T Jeweg, Kansas66949 Nir-secondAmual RepodofeTreasure April 1,2012toMateh31,2013 To: Thepalrons U.S.D. #279, JewellCounty, Kansas, andthemembetsoflheBoa E, U.S.D.,, .. Statement of Condition of Permanent Fund Real Estate Mortgages ot Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. $ 00.00 Cedffcatesof Del:xit, Guaranty State Bank 60,goo.OO Ba.aneeonl-land,Guaran Slate Bank, March31,2013 14.057.15 STA'I1BIBr ,oril 1,2012, BaJance,Guarar/Stale Bank ................................................................................................. 51A1438 PaYrTenlson ,t'dve  Loan Notes ...................................................................................................... $44,110.OO Intereot on Real Eslate Moagages ............................................................................................................................ Interest on Sludelt LDan Noles ....................................................................................................................... 100.00 Interest on Savings and Bank,counts .......................................................................................................... 1268.81 Fedde ip Fund,Acinistrale  ........................................................................................... 750.00 Matter Schorship Fund,Admnslrative Expenses .............................................................................................. 250.00 Roush Scholarship Furl, Adminislrative F_.oenses .............................................................................................. 250.00 Cellicates { Deposits Matured ............................. : ................................................................................................. TotalAmounl(Y Receipts and Balance on Hand ..................................................................................... $,143.19 Student Leans made duringthe year ........................................................................................................... $23,OO0.OO Audit Committee, Three members @ $50.OO each ............................................................................................... 150.OO n/-TreasuresSaty ......................................................................................................................... 2,000.00 Cit gens State,ag, Surey Bond ................................................................................................................. 100.00 lCounty Reco, Adver tisingan0 Repo Pubicat n .................................................................................... 344.00 Secfetaryof b-tte, AmualF: Fee ................................................................................................................ 4,0.00 C.P. AFees, AmualFederalRepoas ............................................................................................................. 675.00 Legal Feesand F_)pen} ............................................................................................................................... 41a Ulilies ........................................................................................................................................................ (X).0 OiceSupptesExpen .86.9o BankBoxRent ................................................................................................................................................ 7.00 P.(BoxRe ............................................................................................................................................... 56.00 OE'Rent ................................................................................ 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Sohorshlp.,oo5,30 ........................... $6,055.30 Fedde -------$410,OO0.OO ....................... $410,(0,OO Fedde Sdrship-------$78,185.57 ......................... $7a11.57 ToalAIIFund$1,072788.07 ..................... $1,045,314.46 ............................................................. r/,473.61 AGGI=GAI'ESlUOB'LOANSMAI.3, IB0 ToApril 1,2012 ................................................................................................................................... $1.567.01800 LoansFromAonl1,2012toMarch31,2013 .................................................................................................. To(alamont of studentloans madetodate: ............................................................................................... $1,5D,018.00 Stt.xent Loanspadto Apnl 1,2012 .......................................................................................................... $1,185,765,(36 Paymes Apnl 1,2012to March 31,2013 ..................................................................................................... To(aJ Received in Cash Payments ........................................................................................................... $1,229,87K Outs Student LoansApdl 1,2012 ..................................................................................................... $244,956.50 Student Loans, Aprd 1,2012to March 31,2013 .............................................................................................. Cash Paidon Active Loans,April 1,2012to March 31,2013 .............................................................................. $44,110,00 Loanscancelod,Apil 1,2012toMarch31,2013 ........................................................................................................... ActiveStude Loan Notes, March 31.2013 $272,430,1t InactiveSludent Loan Notes, March31,2013.- -,$27,473,61 ............................... $223,84650 HonoRo (Stuaemsmcompdmpayment tki-heyeeronschedue) LaceyBartech JoshBohnerl MarcusBolte JackieCooer NathanGreene Joel Kemmerer Hank Kummer David Relter AdamTopliff AmyTopliff TnmBIX)WlVlENnaJND Balanceon Hand, GuaranlyState Bank, Mach 31,2013 .................................................................... : ............. $3,750 tesG Deposit, Edward Jones .......................................................................................................... To(aINeAssets ..................................................................................................................................... $49,'/22..50 Ct.IR=ORDMA Baanceon Hand, GuaranlyState Bank,Aprl 1,2012 ....................................................................................... $4,5"/3 Intemstlncome ................................... : ....................................................................................................... TotalRoceand Balanceon Hand ............................................................................................................. $5,263.40 DStxrt tudent Scholarships- $1,000.00 Maer Endowme Fund, AnnualAddition ........................................................................................................ $250.00 Muaser Sludent Loan, Admin a'at e F_.xpenses ................................................................................................. Balanceon Hand,GuarantY blate Barlk. 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Total Recptsand Ba!ance on Hand ............................................................................................................. $7,305.30 Student Scholarship $1,00000 Muss Studera Loan, Admnistrative  ................................................................................................. $250. Balanceon Hand, Guaranty StateBank, March31,2013 ................................................................................... Balanceon Hand, All Funds, April 1,2012 VEREDOERJND ................................................................................................... $4,90,50808 Interestheome ......................................................................................................................................... $8/#[151 Total  and Balarceon Hand .......................................................................................................... $4,98,93557 a0urmments Mm ............................................................................................................. ' .................................. OO Muaser Student Loan, AOminiralM Expense .................................................................................................. $750.00 rrat StuOents ..................................................................................................................... $10,000,00 Baeon Hand, AI Ftxs, MarOa31,2013 .......  ....................................................................................... $4,157 Balanceor Har Marc 31,2013, RealEstateMortgag .............................................................................. $5,0OO.OO CeaiflcesdDepos ............................................................................................................ $20,OOOO MMDA,ncount, GuamntySt. Bak ........................................................................................... $1 (]b-/---.23 MMDAAccount, GuarantySt Baak ............................................................................................. $8,19622 Balanceon , March31,2013 .......................................................................... AI A{z:ot.nls ................. Vernon Fedde Fund, Balance, March31.2013 ............................................................................. $410,(}00.00 Vernon Feddem/nipFund, Balance, MaEt3L 2013 .............................................................................. TolaJ and ip Balance, Ma. 31,2913 ........................................................................... 18ra57 MaxE.Burks-tyffmu PEPORTAUDiTEDTHE 15TH DAYOgAPRL 2013A/qD: ,anaale WllemSohtlreaer SusnRnn