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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 12, 2003 Country golf with under the day. The total score her one. If theft ]s mines Candidates vying for Jewell County Junior Miss 2004 perform during the open!ng ~ the program last Saturday night at Mankato Junior-Senior High School. Theme for the event was =Summer Luau. Participants are Gayle Wilson, Erica Warne, Colson honored for service Mike Liggett, USD 278 Board of Fx!ucation president, presented Dave Warne and Richard Colson Distin- guished Service Awards at the Board meeting Monday night. Warne has served four years and Colson 18 years. Contracts were approved for Trevor Rolf as the 7-12 social studies teacher, and Kimberly Rolfas ITV paraprofes- sional with her hourly rate to be deter- mined at a later date. Trevor is head high school boys basketball coach and head junior high boys football coach. Kimberly will be head high school girls basketball and head high school boys and girls track coach. The resignation of Judy Eilert, jun- ior high assistant cook, was accepted. Approval was given for the out-of- district-transportation request from Tom and Sherry Marr. A request from USD 279 for a bus to enter USD 278 to pick up the McMillan children was approved, Tracy Travis was hired as a half. time special ed para for 2003-04. Steve Shogren, George K. Baum and Co., Wichita, discussed bond pos- sibilities. Joe Baker, Professional Roof Con- sultants, LLC, Wichita, addressed the condition of the roofs of district build- ings. Baker suggested a structural en- gineer should be consulted. Mankato Elementary Student and Faculty Handbooks were approved with the addition of the Office Referral Guidelines page. The school calendar for 2003-04 was presented and approved. There will be 182 contract days and 175 con- tact days. III I By Ava Knarr I I I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark and •JenniferMullerandchildren, Indepen- dence, Me., visited Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark. Rosina Anderson called on Inez and Elwood Clark: Dean Schultz, superintendent, an- By Anna Belle Grubbs nounced that for the 2003-04 school .................... year, there will be one route bus for the Orlan and Wilda (Glover) Baker Formoso area with two transportation will celebrate their golden wedding personnel on board. One will serve as anniversary June21. Sincetheirretire- the driver and one will serve as bus ment they enjoy the comfort of their monitor. These two individuals may house on wheels. They are in the sunny alternate 'the responsibilities as they and warm climate of South Texas in see fit. This arrangement will remain the winter and the relaxed atmosphere in effect until further notice, of Grand Lake, Okla., in the summer Bob Roush, facilities manager, re- months. ported he had contacted Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krause and Ben Loomis, Mankato City Manager, in visitedattheDougFrasierhome. They regard to the fee for the city doing the left on Monday from Grand Island to work to the north parking lot at the return to Berlin, Germany, after visit- Mankato Junior-Senior High School. ing in the USA since May 26. Ben- The board approved the estimate from jamin was an exchange student at!end- the City of $4,000 to repair the parking mg White Kocx and living witla the lot. Frasiers since August of last year. Dale True was directed by the board Wanda and Skylar Frasier and Elsie to contact Donna Snyder to let her Carper, Lebanon, attended the Leba- know the board is no longer interested non Music Club program, "Rock On." in the acquisition of the Rock Shop. The Lebanon Club puts on the annual Executivesessionswereheldtodis- event to raise money for repair and cus, employer-employee negotiations upkeep of the Lebanon Community and nonelected personnel with no ac- Hall. tion resulting. Skylar, Caleb and Wanda Frasier A special meeting was set for June attended the Junior Miss program in 26 at 7 a.m. at the board meeting room Mankato where they helped cheer on forthepurposeofclosingouttheFY03 Lauren Jeffery, a participant from business. Other business to be dis- White Rock. Lauren received the first cussed at this meeting will be technol- runner up award. ogy hardware quotes; approve board Elsie Carper, Lebanon, Mr. andMrs. policy JCAB and JCABB; approve 7- Peter Krause and Ben, were guests of 12 principal contract; establish dates Mr. and Mrs. Doug Frasier and sons for FY04 board meetings, and attended the church in the park All board members were present, service and community dinner. Others present were Dale True, Bruce A large crowd gathered in the park Hurford, Cathy Dauner, Irene Ortman, Sunday morning to listen to Van Bra- Wanda Hurd, Betty Backer, Sonja dley, Agra, sing and give his testi- Scarrow, DeeFreimuth, MarkFreimuth mony. Dinner in the fire house fol- and Lynette Bartley. lowed. ' ' Taran Zoltenko, Superior, visited his grandparents Walt and Peggy Wil- son. Geraldine Walker, Pratt, and Mrs. Ava Knarr had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Jerry and Curtis, Webber. Cleta Mac Dalrymple and her niece, Jean Estiman, Wetmore, Kan., attended the 90th birthday observance for Cleta' s sister, Cokie Nerberger, Edna, Minn. .... William Walker, Esbon, visited Vivian Reed. at PI J une Saint celebrated her 80th birth- What beautiful weather we are hav- day with an open house at her home, ing--50and60degreesinJuneisunbe- hosted by her daughter and family, lievable. This helps the lawns grow so Sandra and Phil Kingston, Washing- we mow. ton. She and the family had supper at A reception honoring Terry and Mankato. Mary Mayhew and family was held at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr and Joel Trinity United Methodist Church Sun- visited Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thacker, day evening. The Mayhews have been Salina. They had a doctor appointment assigned the Plains-Kismet charge in in Wichita Men. southeast Kansas. Thank You- Cemetery Board Melby, Lauren Jeffery, Rebs was program chairman and current Kansas Junior Miss assisted with the program. Liggett, Clara Collins, Kelsey True, Shawna Robbins and Nicole Jeffery. Kathleen Jeffery Lynette Bartley was emcee for the event. Moriah Wagner, last year's Junior Miss and Nelson Harris and Louise Korb called on Gene and Marje Johnson. Shirley Spink and husband Jim, California, visited the Robert Wilsons. Donna Lee Balr and Marjie Sue Rogers, Fayetteville, Ark., were Mon- day visitors in the Robert Wilson home. Wilma Underwood and Vivian Reed visited Geneva Garman in Long Term Care, Mankato. Wilma also called on Lena Berry and Treva Mahaffy. Gienadean Terrill attended the Jun- ior Miss program in Mankato. Her granddaughter, Lauren Jeffery, daugh- ter of Colleen and Brad Jeffery, re- ceived first runner up. Hazel Korb was an overnight guest of Larkie Searcy, Kenesaw. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown visited his aunt, Evelyn Davidson, Clay Cen- ter, on their way to Manhattan where they attended an area agency meeting. They went on to Topeka and visited grandson Matt and Amy Brown, then to Lawrence and visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown, Chris Brown and Davita Eubanks. Coming home they stopped in Salina to visit Betty's sister, June Kasper. Winnie McNichols was hostess to the Monday morning Bible Study. Lance Barnes, Red Cloud, was a weekend guest of grandparents Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Leroy Barland and Joe Barland, Washburn, N.D., were Sunday evening v|s|tors of Wanda Howard. Hazel Korb attended the Car Show in Superior. Mankato Weather Bill Wood, observer Tuesday, June 3 63 52 Wednesday, June 4 68 48 Thursday, June 5 73 48 Friday, June 6 73 50 Saturday, June 7 63 52 Sunday, June 8 73 45 Monday, June 9 84 50 Moisture for week .30 I I ii I ii ii I ii II I I I JEWELL AND WALLACE Cemetery Board " requests that all flowers not in perfnanent vases be removed by ! L June 2 7 7 ~ -- I , % Z, '~ it i ~1 ii LI THE RED ROOSTER Cafe COMMERCIAL BUILDING corner of Commercial and Main, three-store fronts. O COMMERCIAL BUILDING, two store fronts, on cornar of Corn mercial and Jefferson. O TWO-STORY HOME, 2 1/2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, carport, detached garage. Price reducedtll THREE-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, de ached garage, storage shed. THREE-BEDROOM, detached garage, 1 1/2 bath, large family room. J THREE-BEDROOM module home, real nice, corner lot. I I III I I I Gerald glmmer Auction & Real Estate " East Highway 24 • Beloit, Kan. Call Tom at 785-378-3693 II II II I I I I IIIII I This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co., Inc. We will have a sale June 13. 16 Mixed steers 895 75.75 8 Black heifers 750 82.25 9 Mixed heifers 810 60.00 13 Black BWF heifers 670 83.85 COWS UP TO $50 17 Mixed cows Avg.' 1,280 43.80 46.30 14 Mixed cows Avg. 1,465 880 75.00 "Introductory Harvest Specials" 10-inch x 62-f00t - No Trade P ,e ................................ $5,200 10-inch x 72-f0ot ~ No Trade Price ................................ $5,650 • 8#h YMs in Slock/// ! Sales: Rod Wilson and Mike Stauffer Hwy. 14, Jewd, Kin., Emil: lew pknnent@hd,.cn.com Offlce785428-3262. Toll Free 9 Black steers 480 105.00 11 Mixed steers520 99.00 12 Black heifers 630 85.00 9 Mixed steers 530 95.25 8 Black steers 580 93.25 18 Black steers735 85.10 15 Black heifers 795 80.50 21 Mixed heifers IIIIIIII CONSIGNED FOR JUNE 13 63 Black BWF Steers 875 62 Cross bred steers and heifers 700 White Rock BOE State funds received and placed in General Fund, $29,038, were trans- ferred to the Special Education Fund, when the White Rock School Board met in regular Monday night at Esbon. School board members present were Lesa Peroutek, Jim Reed, Wanda Frasier, Lorie Yelken and Ray Mizner. 'Absent board members were Ken Garman and Bill Wilson. Also attend- ing were Superintendent Bill Walker, Therese Frost, clerk; Jim and Shari Love and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli. The resignation of Jim Maguin was accepted as senior class sponsor. Jim Love presented some information about the proposed storage building. He had consulted with Wise Construction, transfers funds Duncan Construction and Treb Con- Jan Boyles, Matt Hesting, Marilyn struction. Discussion ensued on add- Johnson, Janet Kriley and Wanda ing a weight training room to the build- Warner. Superintendent Walker reported on the new bus speed limits which in- eluded 30 MPH for urban roadways; 70 MPH for four line highways; 65 MPH for other highways; 55 MPH for secondary and county highways. New requirements for bus drivers were dis- cussed. Walker reported these, items: • Monte Manning qualified for state track meet; golf team placed seventh in state, Class IA. • Marking for the new playground equipment completed and installation was proposed to be completed before wheat harvest. • Water sample from west attendance center approved for human consume- was Ron Lebanon, total of 63. finished freeman breaker. Winner Anderson and tion. with a total • Bids will be taken for water soft- eners at both attendance centers, the first flight. • Fourth and seventh grade science Harris, Salina, classes received standard of excel- lence from the state, coin, • No summer school because of a Winner lack of interest. Scott Miller • Walker urges students to attend summer reading program at Burr Oak non, Eula Silsb'. Library. end and • Walker will recommend no change Jewell, in the levy and that no collection was Th~ needed from the 4 mill levy. lunch. • Word received that state hopes to The next send 15 percent of the state funds to the Mankato willb¢! districts in June. which begins • Board approved. PDC points for 8:30 a.m. This annually ing. The board will seek sealed bids *Jessica Thompson was middle and it will be discussed at the next school cheerleader sponsor for Doctor'!i meeting, cheerleading camp at Jewell. Kerry delayed The arrival, will pract been delayed. Waugh was appointed high school cheerleading camp sponsor. Executive sessions were held for matters affecting students and negotia- tions. No action was taken in open session. A board end of year meeting is June 26 at 7 a.m. at the middle school, Esbon. trator • caused by ent weather. Mina was begin Je Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Boumy, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984-9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545.6105 Bill Logan, Fleldma0, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545.8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 III I IIIIIIII III III II III II I I I Correction Thename of Shaun Davis wasinad- until vertently omitted from the seventh grade Mankato Junior-Senior High School Superintendent's All-Aca- Remember demic honor roll for the fourth nine for self weeks, bility for all FREE TRANSPORTATION Salina Regional for mammograms Contact Jewell County Rural Health Clinic at (785) to schedule a mammogram and a seat on the bUS (Bus runs the 2nd ThursdaY/of the month) Local Pick Up Point: Lobby at.Jewell County Hospital at 8 a. If unisured or have a high deductible and moderate income sign up for a FREE mammograrn. All transportation expenses paid for by a grant from the Avon Foundation Breast Care Fund Trustees of the Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. are now applications for grants from the Clifford Matter, Sadie Roush Fedde Scholarship funds. Applicants must be high school graduates who have resided Vicksburg, Prairie, Buffalo, Calvin, Brownscreek, Ionia or ships in Jewell County for two years prior to their graduaj:ion: be current residents of said Township. Grants may be used at university, trade school or technical school. Students and graduates of U.S.D, #279 are eligible to loans, Excellent terms for college bound students! Loan apP considered at any regular trustee meeting, the third MondaY month. Applications Benjamin may be obtained by writing to~ Musser Estate Trust, Bac. PO Box 165 Jewell, Kan 66949 or may be picked up at:. Citizens State Agency 115 N. Cohtmbus Jewell, Kan 66949 All Scholarship Grant applications must be re above addresses no later than Friday, June 20! The Trustees have a special concern to support students to return to southern JeweU County to reside and apply trade. Please contact us for more details! It could mean for your education. Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. -t • Norman Greene, President * Scott Lienberger, Vlce-PresideI~ • Max Burks, Secretary-Treasurer Robin Griffeth, School Trustee * Stephanie Barrett, School