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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 19, 2011 Northern Plains League track meet Rock Hills track and field teams competed in the first ever Northern Plains League track meet May 12. The Northern Plains League was formed this year by the combining of the Pike Trail league, Cheyenne Conference, and Twin Lakes Leagues to form a single 16 team league• The Rock Hills girls and boys teams each earned run- ner up honors in their respective divi- sions. "This was a great day for our teams," said Coach Meyers. "We knew that with the formation of this new league this would definitely be one of our toughest meets of the year and our athletes really rose to the occasion• One of the best part of the days accom- plishments was how much of a team effort this was. As a team we only won one individual event and one relay, yet the teams together all contributed to achieving the second place trophies." Boys standings were: 1st Lincoln 92, 2nd Rock Hills 83, 3rd Northern Valley 56, 4th Logan 51,5th Lakeside 50, 6th Pike Valley 44 and Wilson 44, 8th Thunder Ridge 37, 9th Chase 32, 10th Glasco 22, 1 lth St. Johns 18, 12th Tescott 13, 13th Palco 9, 14th Sylvan Unified 5, 15th Natoma 1, 16th Tipton Catholic 1. Girls standings were: 1st Pike Val- ley 84, 2nd Rock Hills 61, 3rd St. Johns 58, 4th Lincoln 56 and Logan 56. 6th Glasco 50, 7th Thunder Ridge 44, 8th Tipton Catholic 36, 9th Natoma 29, 10th Wilson 28, l lth Lakeside 26, 12th Sylvan Unified 9, 13th Palco 8, 14th Chase 7, 15th Tescott 6. In the boys competition of the 100 M dash, Alex Smith, junior, qualified with a time of 11.94 and ran a 11.71 for a 4th place finish in the finals. Justin Pate, a freshman, ran the 100 M dash in a time of 12.43 for a 1 lth place finish, Aaron Broeckelman, sophomore, also ran in the 100 M dash, finishing 17th with a time of 12.92. Landon Hedstrom, Pike Valley, won the boys shot put with a heave of 45 feet. Wyatt Flinn, a sophomore for RHHS placed 4th with 41'91/4", Levi Fleming, a junior, was 6th with a dis- tance of 39'9/12", Landon Reed, a Members of the 2011 Rock Hills track team are (back, row, from left) Brice Ost, manager, Sam Meyers, Gina Jeffery, Terry Bailey F(fifth row)Michaela Simmelink, Blake Walter, Regan Jeffery, Mikaela KIos, Daria Bohnert. Cortney Cable. Kendra Alcorn (fourth row) Justin Pate, Chase Wagner, Landon Reed, Wyatt Flinn, Joe Bauman, Allison Thompson, Lindsey Underwood, Qiana Little (third row) Kyle Fleming, Lizzie Cox, Ashley Lorence, Trevor Marihugh, Travis Boyles, Jesse junior, finished 16th with a distance of 35'3". Flinn won the boys discus with a distance of 126'113/4". Closest com- petitor w as Mark Pakkebier from Logan with a distance of 123' 101/4". Fleming threw 102'41/2" for a 15th place finish and Reed was 20th with 98'3/4". In the Javelin competition Joe Bauman, a sophomore for Rock Hills, threw 90' 1" for the 25th position• Dalton Wilson, sophomore, had a good jump of 19'31/2" for the 5th place finish in the boys long jump. Wilson also competed in the high jump and finished 2nd clearing 5' 8" behind Josh Ray from Chase who cleared 6'2". Jordan Walter, sophomorel cleared 5' for a four way tie for 14th. JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS TREASURER'S QUARTERLY REPORT As OF APRIL 30, 2011 TOTAL CASH IN TREASURY FUNDS "[ Fund Balances General ................................................................................................... $493.309.66 Road and Bridge ................................................................................... 1,112,905.83 Equipment Reserve .................................................................................... 83•437.75 Special Highway ...................................................................................... 142.453.99 Special Road Equipment ............................................................................ 49.353.64 Special Bridge ............................................................................................ 25.837.10 Hospital Maintenance .................................................................................. 9•936.06 Hospital Land ........................................................................................... 232.332.68 Reg. Deeds Technology ............................................................................. 17.300.79 Public Health ............................................................................................. 71•-326.76 Noxious Weed .......................................................................................... 35.421.06 Public Health Capital Outlay ..................................................................... 57.236.61 Noxious Weed Capital Outlay .................................................................. 18.170.87 Ambulance Equipment .............................................................................. 67.251.37 Ambulance Spec. Equipment ....................................................................... 5.530.31 Ambulance ............................................................................................... 105,507.49 Appraiser .................................................................................................. 69,501.10 GIS ................................................................................................................. 606.15 Employee Benefits ........ 2 ......................................................................... 779.690.75 Bond and Interest ......................................................................................... 5.037.76 Solid Waste ................ : ............................................................................. 140.688.47 PATF ... ........................................................................................................ 1,749.37 Real Estate Redemptions ........................................................... " ................ 87.825.42 Delinquent Personal ..................................................................................... 9.796.68 Undistributed Tax ................................................................................. .. 267.576.26 Bankruptcy ................................................................................................... 2.550.81 R.V. Tax ...................................................................................................... 2•856.30 Motor Vehicle Tax ................................................................................... 127.870.90 Special Treasurer ....................................................................................... 15•870.91 Special Law ................................................................................................. 4,915.26 Advanced Tax ................................................................................................... 45.40 Vehicle Sales Tax ...................................................................................... 25.877.56 E-911 ......................................................................................................... 34•767.13 911 ............................................................................................................. 46.832.09 Flexible Benefit Plan ................................................................................... 2.272.51 Post Rock Extension .................................................................................... 1.872.72 LEPC ....................................................................................... : ................... 1,216.50- Cash Long & Short ....................................................................................... (117.48) Refunding Warrants ..................................................................................... (186.36) Unclaimed Estates ........................................................................................ 3•355.07 CDBG Grant ....................................................................................................... 1.00 JW Co Library Dist #1 .................................................................................... 278.94 Townships Allen ............................................................................................................ 2.332.96 Athens .: ........................................................................................................ 1.525.08 Brownscreek ................................................................................................... 656.46 Buffalo General .............................................................................................. 231.98 Buffalo Fire ..................................................................................................... 873.18 Burr Oak ......................................................................................................... 373.39 Calvin General ................................................................................................ 187.43 Calvin Fire ...................................................................................................... 417.42 Center ................................................................................................................ 20.70 ErvingGeneral ................................................................................................ 104.40 Erving Twp Cemetery ..................................................................................... 124.19 Erving Fire ................................................................................................... 1.384.45 Esbon ....... ..................................... : ................................................................... 51.58 Grant ................................................................................................................. 75.02 Highland ...................................................................................................... 1.539.24 Ionia ................................................................................................................ 988.13 Jackson ............................................................................................................. 91.03 Limestone .............................................................................................................. Montana .......................................................................................................... 312.51 Odessa ............................................................................................................. 789.86 Prairie ........................................................................................................... 1•120.14 Vicksburg .......................................................................................................... 32.01 Walnut ............................................................................................................ 143.33 Washington ......................................................................................................... 9.60 Whitemound ................................................................................................... 578.46 Fire Districts Hardy Rural Fire #1 ..................................................................................... 3.887.09 Superior Fire #2 .............................................................................................. 130.95 Esbon Fire ....................................................................................................... 341.89 Jewell Co Fire Dist #4 .................................................................................... t78.28 Burr Oak Fire .................................................................................................. 640.64 Formoso Fire ................................................................................................... 304.07 Cemeteries Cemetery Dist #12 ............................................................................................ 82•76 Athens ............................................................................................................... 33.71 Center .............................................................................................................. 490.54 Fairview ............................................................................................................ 62.26 Ionia .................................................................................................................. 16.62 Jewell ........................................................................................................ : ..... 189.56 Laurel Hill ......................................................................................................... 12.48 Pleasant Prairie ................................................................................................. 17.49 Union ................................................................................................................ 14.27 Wallace ........................................................................................................... 133.99 Total .................................................................................................... s;4.180.572.75 I do solemnly swear that the above statement is complete, true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, So help me God. County Treasurer, Jeweil County, Kansas Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth day of May, 2011. Carla .L Wauh County Clerk-- Nora 6 Public My commission expires 1-14-2013 Aaron Broeckelman had a good jump at 34' 10" in the triple jump for a 13th place finish. Chance Colson, a senior, cleared 13' for 2nd place in the pole vault behind Brady Tien, Logan, who cleared 14'6". Jarrett Christie, also a senior finished 5th clearing 10'6". In the boys 110 M hurdles, Clay Cosand qualified for the finals in a time of 18.13 and then placed second in the finals with a time of 17.17, behind Coe Weis. Lakeside, who won the event in a time 16:53. The boys 200 M dash was won by Joel Struckhoff. Thunder Ridge in a time of 23.07. Alex Smith placed 6th in a time of 24.24• Blake Walter, jumor, and Rabble Dean, sophomore, finished 14th and 15th in the prelims in times of 25.61 and 25.83 respectively• 4x800 M relay team from Rock Hills, consisting of sophomore Jesse Neilson, juniors Zach Speigel and Trevor Marihugh, and senior Philip Alcom, finished 4th in a time of 8:59.84. The 1600 M run was won by James Farris.'Lincoln, in a time of 4:36.91• Philip Alcorn, RHHS, placed 4th in a time of 4:56.61. The 4x 100 M relay team consisting of seniors Chance Colson and Travis Boyles, junior Alex Smith and sopho- more Aaron broeckelman, ran a 47.18 to bring in the 4th place finish. Travis Boyles placed 2nd in the 400 M dash. in a time of 53.45 behind 't z. "" i ...... tl t Neilson, Levi Fleming, Shelby Smith (second row) Jarrett Christie, Zach Spiegel, Aaron Broeckelman, Anthony Burgess, Sean Mohlman, Phillip Alcorn, Tyler Duskie, Jordan Walter, Bethany Jeffery, Maci Hancock (front)Kelli Jeffery, Blair McMillan, Dalton Wilson, Rabble Dean, Alex Smith, Chance Colson. Clay Cosand, Maddie Warne, Chelsi Beam and Myka Johanek Trenton Ptacek, Wilson, who had a time of 53.37. In the 300 M hurdles, Clay Cosand ran them in a time of 47.13 finishing 9th. 800 M run found Philip Alcorn in 4th place with a time of 2:09.87 fol- lowed in 5th place by Jesse Neilson with a time of 2:10.6 I. Rounding out the boys competition was a 1st place finish by the 4x400 M boys relay team consisting of Chance Colson. Travis Boyles, Jesse Neilson and Alex Smith in a time of 3:38.71. Lincoln was 2nd in a time of 3:38.72. Rock Hills girls made a big state- ment in the discus throw taking 2nd. 3rd, and 5th respectively from senior Ashley Lorence with a throw of 110'2", senior Shelby Smith. 106' 103/4". and sophomore Lizzy Cox 85'91/2"" Smith captured 4th in the shot put with a distance of 32'4". Senior Bethany Jeffery, finished 7th with a distance of 31'31/4" and Ashley Lorence was 9th with 29'21/2". Jeffery took 3rd in the javelin with a distance to 112'3". Vanessa Kresin. St. Johns, won the event with a throw of 129'4". Finishing 16th was Darica Bohnert, sophomore, with 80'9" and Maci Hancock. freshman. 26th with 64'4". 14'2" was turned in by Mikaela Klos, a junior, for a 5th place finish in the long jump. Michaela Simmelink, senior, finished 9th with 13'2" Beloit"Special Education Cooperative Jewell, Mitchell & Lincoln Counties PC Box 506 • Beloit, Kan., 67420 The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln counties and parts of Osborne County that are in the Waconda School District. The screening will be conducted in Cawker City during the morning of Thursday, June 2, 2011. If your child is experiencing difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor, self- help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills, please call to schedule an appointment. Parents having any questions concerning theirchild ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Cooperative TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-888-738-5275 before noon on Fr day, May 27, 2011 to make an appointment for your ch d Approx mately 30 minutes will be required to complete the screening. It will be held at the USD 272 Board Office, 708 Locust, Cawker City, Kan. i NOTICE SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS Trustees of the Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc• are now accepting applications for grants from the Clifford Matter, Sadie Roush, and Vernon Fedde Scholarship Funds. Applicants must be high school graduates who have resided in Allen, Vicksburg, Prairie, Buffalo, Calvin, Brownscreek, Ionia or Athens Townships in Jewell County for two (2) years prior to their graduation. Applicants must be current residents of said Township. Grants maybe used at any college, university, trade school or technical school. STUDENT LOANS Returning college students and 2011 graduates of any area high school, who have resided within the former U.S.D. 279 district boundaries for the last two (2) years and remain current residents of said area, are eligible to apply for student loans. Excellent terms for college bound students! Loan applications are considered at any regular Crustee meeting, the third Monday of each month. Applications may be obtained by writing to: Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. P.O. Box 165, Jewell, Kan. 66949 Applications may be picked up at: Citizens State Agency, LLC 109 N. Columbus, Jewell, Kan. 66949 The Scholarship Grant application period will begin on May 19th, 2011. All applications must be returned to the above addresses No later than Friday, June 17th, 2011. Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. Norman Greene, President - Scott Lienberger, Vice-President- Max Burks, Secretary-Treasurer Sherry Koster, Trustee - Josh Barks, Trustee Simmelink and Klos flipped posi- tions in the standings in the triple jump with Simmelink, placing 3rd with 30' 11" and Klos 8th with 29'31/2". Rock Hills had two girls competing in the 100 M hurdles. Blair McMillan qualified for the finals with a time of 18.57 and finished 5th with a time of 18.16. Lindsey Underwood also ran the hurdles in a time of 19.96. Three competed in the 100 M dash. Regan Jeffery, with a time of 13.91 qualified for the finals. Maddie Wame finished 9th in a time of 14.05 and Kelly Jeffery 13th in,a time of 14.26. Jeffery placed 3rd in the finals with a time of 13.29 behind Casey Freed, Pike Valley, who ran the dash in a time of 12•94. Again in the 200 M dash Casey Freed won the event in a time of 26,93. R. Jeffery took 5th in a time of 28.34 and M. Warne was 7th in a time of 29.61. In the 1600 M run Allison Thomp- son and Kendra Alcorrl had a no time. Iffthe 4x 100 M relay the team of M. Warne, K Jeffery, R. Jeffery and B. McMillan came m 4th in a time of 54.13, Blair McMillan took 2nd in the 300 M hurdles in a time of 51.90 and Lindsey Underwood finished 7th with 56.69. Kendra Alcorn was 7th in the 3200 M run in a time of 14:16.06. Finishing out the track meet for the girls was the 4x400 M relay consisting ofRegan Jeffery, Michaela Simmelink. Blair McMillan, and Mikaela Klos. who placed 4th in a time of 4:45.87 i i Farmway Credit Onion0000] MankatO i Sports Preview Monday, May 23- Saturday, May 28 May 23 State golf meet at Yates Center. May27&28 State track and field at Wichita State University. Stop by and let us help you with Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Deposi- tory., Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions No- tary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- ance, Treasury Tax and Loan Deposi- tory, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Re- sponse Unit, Internet, Member Access i . i Tipton golfers win tournament On May 10, four golfers from Tipton, with lead off. Jacob Palen, won the tournament held at their home course, Tipton Oak's. Palen shot a 72. two over par, for a first place finish individually, edging out Adam Horn from Rock Hills, who shot a 73. The other three team members for Tipton were Aaron Garcia, shooting 85, Caleb Brummer, 79, and Jordan Hake, 89, for a total team total of 325. Six shots were the difference be- tween first and third place in the team standings. Sylvan-Lucas team shot a 329 for 2nd and Rock Hills had a 331 for 3rd place. Other than Horn the other top indi- vidual team scores for Rock Hills came from Cole Huncovsky. who shot an 82 and finished 8th overall. Zach Duffy shooting an 87 for 1 lth place. Micah Daniels. 89, for 13th place. The team from Southern Cloud placed fourth with a score of 344, St. John's was fifth with 351. Lakeside sixth, 395, Chase seventh. 397, aod Pike Valley eighth. 401. Scholarships awarded for 4-H Organized in 1992. the Jewell County 4-H alumni and boosters have been awarding academic as well as event scholarships to assist Jewell County 4-H members to attend college and participate in various events such as county camp, Discovery Days, back- packing, canoe and adventure camps plus fees to judge at state competitions. A total of nearly $14,000 has been awarded in academic scholarships to 69, 4-H youth: Funds are generated by the Family Fun Night held annually in March and includes a soup supper, grand prizes and carnival games. The FCE organization started in 1914 when a group of ladies in Leavenworth County Kansas requested help with food preservation' from a national leader and with name changes through the years (Farm Bureau Unit to I-IDU (Home Demonstration Unit) to EHU (Extension Homemaker Unit) to today's (FCE) Family Community Education. Jewell County's l0 active mem- bers meet monthly and have provided academic scholarships to 49 Jewell County youth since starting their schol- arship in 1990. Members annually hosted Craft Day to generate dollars for scholarships. This year they served the Area Recognition Day lunch to raise funds for their academic scholar- ships. Barb Rannebeck is the group's president and members include Nola Bess Atwood, Wanda Thummel, Doris Worm, Bonnie Langer, Wanda Howard, Irene Brainard, Clarabelle Hajny, Vehna Garman and Deanna Sweat. Three outstanding 4-H members are recipients of $500 academic scholar- ships including 11-year Mankato Ea- ger Beavers 4-H member Ashley Lorence, daughter of Dwayne and Sheila Lorence, Esbon, 10=year South- east Coyotes member, Brittany Joerg, daughter of Warren and Marilyn Joerg, Randall and nine-year Southeast Coy- otes 4-H member, Chelsey Greene, daughter of Janelle and Scott Greene, Jewell. All three are graduates of Rock Hills High School and will be headed to college in the fall. Ashley plans to attend Hutchinson Community Col- lege to study agronomy. Brittany plans to attend Kansas State University to study graphic design and business. Chelsey will study Family Consumer Sciences at Chadron University. They' ve attended Discovery Days and county camp together and have ex- celled in many, many projects. Con- gratulations upon Ashley, Brittany and Chelsey for their many outstanding achievements and excellent leadership• In addition, since 2005, $3,100 in academic scholarships have been awarded in honor of Robert and Patricil I Kemmerer's 28-year sponsorship of the Jewell County 4-H Junior Leaders. This year's $500 recipients are Ashley Lorence, 12-year Mankato Eager Bea- vers 4-H member and daughter of Dwayne and Sheila Lorence, Esbon .and nine-year Southeast Coyotes mem- ber Chelsey Greene. daughter of Janelle and Scott Greene, Jewell. The recipient of the $750 academic scholarship given in the memory Peggy J. Peters, an outstanding Jewell County 4-H member is Brittany Joerg, daugh- ter of Marilyn and Warren Joerg, Randall. A scholarship benefit was held in Nov 2001 to celebrate Peggy's memory and her active participation in 4-H, school, and community• The con- tributions helped establish the Peggy Jean Peters Memorial 4-H Scholar- 'ship. The scholarship committee set up scholarship guidelines which were ap- proved by the Peters family and appli- cations were available to all Jewell County youth with preference given to youth involved in the Jewell County 4-H program, Brittany plans to attend Kansas State University to study graphic design and business. Teens For Christ to host film premiere North Central Kansas Teens For Christ will hast'the Teens For Christ Rally featuring the family film "What If...". on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at the historic Brown Grand Theater, located at 310 W. 6th Street in Concordia. "What If . ." is a Pure Flix and Jenkins Entertainment film. starring, Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson, Debby Ryan. and John Ratzenberger. "What If..." tells the story of Ben Walker (Keyin Sorbo), who 15 years ago left his college sweetheart Wendy (Kristy Swanson), and his calling to be a preacher, in order to pursue a busi- ness opportunity• Now with a high- paying executive gig, a trophy fianc6, and a new Mercedes, he hasn't consid- ered a family nor felt the need to set foot in a church in 15 years. But God has other plans. While on a thrill ride outside the city, his new car mysteriously breaks down. and he's visited by a tow truck driver named Mike (John Ratzenberger) who claims to be an angel sent to show Ben what his life would look like had he fol- lowed his true calling. Suddenly Ben wakes up in the middle of domestic chaos as his wife, Wendy, and daugh- ters (including Disney Channel's Debby Ryan) are getting ready for church', where Ben is the new pastor. Before he can get back to his old life, Ben must first embrace this reality and discover the value of faith and family, and perhaps restore his love for those who were heartbroken 15 years ago: Wendy and god. In the tradition of"It's a Wonderful Life" and "The Family Man," "What If • . ." is a story of finding your true purpose in life. For more reformation about the May 21 TFC Rally, please call the Teens For Christ of!ce at (785) 243-1154. This program is free and open to the public. A free-will offering will be taken• North Central Kansas Teens For Christ is a local, independent, non- denominational youth ministry work ' AD2 Cerlifi;d oviders . ,AlndnY BWea/vk:rr's,lV00,00. Cayle Goertzen, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Marilyn Dunstan, A.R.N,P. Services % Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Long Term Care. Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms. Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation. Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell County Hospital - Long Term Care Unit has available rooms. Jeweil County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center. Mankctn Kan 66956 '1 , 785-378-...., 1 .... i Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan, 66956 785-378-3137