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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 18, 2013 happy to add the arrival of a great- encouraged to "live the Word." In his bill in the field. He had surgery Thurs- granddaughter, RowanWright, to their sermon, Pastor Sharp stated the Bible day to repair his achiles tendon. He is family tree. Rowan was born July 12 to is a tool for us to use. It helps us know home and doing well but did have to Sam and Brady Alexander, Valley whatGodisdoingthroughHispeople. i Holiday weekend guests ofMarilyn miss a game. Alice Kimey accompanied Mary Center. She weighedeightpounds one It helps us connect with God. We ounce and was 20 inches long. She has don t worship the Bible itself, but the and LeRoy Eaton were Cortaey and KinseytoeoncordialastTuesdaynight afour-year-oldbrother, Parker. Grand- God the Bible tells us about. Using Jason Garwood, Rylee and Harper, andtoClay Center, K .,lastWednes- parents are Wes Alexander, Kansas the Bible helps us know God. During Topeka, Diana and John Boley-, day to watch her grandson, Chanse City, and Deb and Marvin Boyles. the announcements, PastorGerry said Wakefield. Michael Eaton joined the guys to shingle his parents' house. All Coppl, play baseball. Members and friends of the histori- the congregation will be given a ThreeRockHillsboys,TycenHiger, cal society are busy at City Park with chance to share their favorite hymn Jeffery, Wichita, came for the day and Brady Jeffery and Luke Broeekelman, preparations for the annual threshing on July 28 and the last Sunday of to play with her cousins while her August. Acolyte for the service was played be ball with the' ony Team" bee planned for this weekend. mama Carrie and grandma Behrends in Superior. They ended their season Vance and Kathy (David) Tyrell Drew Beam. tended to business, by placing third in both league and report their son Trapper, has been Tipton Oaks hosts The Garwoods will soon be moving district, moved out of ICU after 25 days but golf tournament to New Orleans, La., where Jason ae- ceptedapromotionwithCargili.Jason Mary Sloan, Hart, Mich., visited remains a patient at St. Francis Hospi- Doris and Newell Alexander last tal, Wichita. He is off the ventilator The 28th annual his and her left this week so Cormey and girls will Wednesday afternoon. She scanned andbreathingonhisownbutcontinues scramble golf tournament was held be spending some time with her par- family pictures that Doris had. Par to get oxygen. He still has no move- July 7 at Tipton Oaks. The tournament ents and grandparents while Jason is Czirr, Superior, joined them for the ment in his legsb lt he does have some was comprised of 34 teams with golf- getting everything in place for the fam- afternoon. : feeling. They are now waiting for in- ers from Beloit, Downs, Hunter, Lin- ily to join him. Alethia Loomis had her daughter, surance to give the okay to transfer c01n, Mankato, Osborne, Pall Des- : Roger and Linda Zeigler celebrated SharonMtmay, herefromlOmasCity Trapper to the Madonna Rehabilita- sert, Calif., and Tipton. the 4th of July with Travis and Nieei for a week's visit. She did some paint- tion Home, Lincoln, Neb. Doctors say The championship flight winners Zeigler, Byron and Jackson ining for her mother while here. they could expect up to a year for the were: 1st Mike and Sherry Tieman Wamego. They took in the City of Friends received word this weak healing process, who shot a 60; 2nd, Rick and Joni Wamego's fireworks display,tlmttheformerJessieeampbell, daugh- Mac and Jo McCammon went to Coffield; 3rd Kerry and April Tieman Jo McCammon and her sister, June terofthelateWalterandJoyCampbell, wamego Friday to watch their great- tiedwithTrevisTonneandReneEbert. Boyer, Lamed, accompanied Tammy is seriously ill. Her daughter, Angil, is grandchildren, Logan and Landry First flight winners were: 1st Mitch and Blaine Davis to Colorado where with her in Grand Islan d. Wagner, play baseball and softball Fri- Kobberman and Denise Erlich with a they visited Jo's second granddaugh- Tyler and Fain Johnson and chil- day and Saturday. They were Friday 66, tied with Matt Murrow and Taylor terandfamily, Micah, NateandKinley dren, Chicago, lll.,weresupper guests overnight guests of Jason, Emily,. Hake; 3rd, Rollin Roth and Michelle Hudson, at Colorado Springs for sev- eral days. Tiffany (Wagner) and Tim of their grandmother, Audrey Dia- Logan and Landry. Brummet. mond. Audrey Diamond attended a recep- Second flight winners were: 1st McGongile, Jack and Liana drove down from Parker, Colo., to visit them be- fore they returned home Sunday. Gila Peterson, Hutchinson, was in town and joined Rex and Frances Weaverling, Mac and Marie McAtee for dinner at a local restaurant. !val Payne, Formoso, called on Audrey Diamond and her great-gr .and- son, Dayne Clark, Monday morning. Shells Diamond joined Dayne and Audrey .for lunch. Rick and Shelia Diamond took Dayne to Omaha, last Tuesday where they shared the day with Derek, Ashley and Levi Clark. Tests were run on Levi Tuesday and then the Diamonds helped move the Clarks into the Rainbow House which is housing for leukemia patients only. The housing is within blocks of the hospital and a shuttle bus will transport the Clarks to and from for Levi's appointments. Although Dayne wanted to stay with his morn, dad and little brother, he did return home with Grandpa and Grandma Dia- mond. Dayne wentto Wichita for a few days and visited his aunt and uncle, Laci and Ryan Boyle. This week the plans were for him to visit Aunt bJicci and Uncle Travis Zeigler in Wamego so he could play with cousins, Byron and Jackson. The Rock Hills Pee Wee baseball team played in district tournament at Osborne this week and ended their season by placing second in league play and fourth in district, The boys had some anxious moments at their last practice session Monday night, Coaches Steve Spiegel, Dan Higer, Jim Gillett and Joe Brown were going to run bases for the boys. As Coach Spiegel left second base, he felt a pop in his ankle and thought he had been hit by a ball, but soon learned there was no Alice Kinsey and Kathleen Jeffery were in Salina Friday where Alice met her daughter, Alison, Kayla and Harper, Russell. Kath paid a visit to her daugh- ter, Amber Gleason, at the beauty shop where she works. Jean Michael, Mary Powell, Betty Becker and great-granddaughter, Emily Cheek, were coffee guests at the home of Audrey Diamond. Lesley Rannebeck and son,Trae, Lawrence, Kan., were Friday after- noon visitors of her aunt, Alethia Loomis. They were en route to Downs to visit friends and attend the annual Downs celebration. Kelly Petette was in Hays last week to visit his parents, Jim and Clarice Petette. Jim had the misfortune of fall- ing in their yard and breaking his hip. He had surgery Friday, Collette Beck is home after being hospitalized in Salina for several days. Ben Ruthstrom is home fter a hos- pital stay with pneumonia. Ben and wife, Krista, who was also ill are both doing well. The fairgrounds are busy with daily and nightly activities this week as the Jewell County 4-H Fair is underway. Doris and Newell Alexander are tion in Belleville Saturday honoring Lester and Michelle Ellenz with a 70; her niece. Erica (Lindberg) and Saijie 2nd tied Ron and Chrissy Grief, Max who were married in Kenya. Both are and Leanna Pounds. school teachers in Thailand. Third flight winners were: Jason Richard Diamond along with Rick and Ronda Spooner, Joyce Hake and and Shelia Diamond were Sunday din- Grauer, Malcom and April Uhrlich, all her guests of Audrey Diamond. with a 74. Doris Kennedy was transferred to Pin prize winners for the men were: Jewell County Hospital Monday from longest drive, Craig Shearer; closest to Hastings where shehad surgery to have white stake, Nelson Krier; longestputt, her hip pinned. She had the misfortune Dan Hake; closest to pin on tee shot, of falling at her home. Trevis Tonne. The latest report from Indiana is Pin prizes winners for the women that the first half of Joey Zadina's stem were: longest drive, Courtney Murrow; cell transplant has been completed. He closest to white stake, Aspin Uhrlich; has had some good days and some longest putt, Toni Krier; closest to pin pretty rough ones. on tee shot, Sherry Tiernan. The Bible was the focus of wor- Locals participate in ship Sunday at Harmony United Methodist Church. Lyle Dauner ag fest fun walk-rull opened the service with the piano Several locals participated in the prelude, 'Why.Word" by Amy Grant. American ag fest fun run-walk held The hymns all included references to recently. There were approximately 'q'he Word," a term for the Holy 70 participants. Scripture, the Bible. The morning Locals participating were Clint scriptures were: John 2:7-8, Revela- Callaway, who placed 3rd with a time tiola 22:18-19, and Luke 11:28. In his of 24.52; Abby Muirhead, 10th, 28:54 children's message, Pastor Gerry Hillary Callaway 1 lth, 28:54; Katie Sharp spoke of how we share Jesus Muirhead, 13th, 29:21; and Hunter Christ in daily life. He said, We are Chambers, 24th 33:32. Stop and see us on your way to the Jewell County Bee! Mankato 215 E. South St., Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3023 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on August 15, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at Alan Davis' Residence for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available from a TownshipOfficer and' will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2014 Expenditures and Amount of 2013 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2014 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation.' Funds General Debt Service Road Special Mach Totals Less: Transfers Net Expenditure Total Tax Levied Assessed Valuation Township ~I'ax 20122013 Prior YearActtial i ~ Current Year Actual Tax Estimate of Expenditures Rate* Expenditures 1,528 1.776 " 3,800 1,528 1.776 3,800 0 0 1,528 3,800 1,860 3,800 1,047,456 I 1,092,0941 Actual Tax Rate* 3,480 3,480 Proposed Budget 2014 Expenditures Amount of Est. 2013 Ad Tax Valorem TaxRate* 7,249 3,800 7,249 3,800 0 7,249 XXXXXX 1,217,065 I 3.122 3.122 2011 2012 2013 Outstanding Indebtedness, Jan 1 Lease Pur Princ 0 0 Todd Davis Total "0 0 ~ Township Officer rates are expresl sed in mills. I I NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of VICKSBURG TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on August 2, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. at Phil Vetter Home for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available from a Township Officer and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Writers of the Prairie Proposed Budget 2014 Expenditures and Amount of :1013 Ad V alorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2014 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. Funds 2012 2013 Proposed Budget 2014 Prior YearActual Current Year Actual Amount of Est. Actual 'Tax Estimate ofTax 2013 Ad Tax Expenditures Rate Expenditures Rate* Expenditures Valorem Tax Rate* 3.174 3,900 3.464 6,203 4,3473.127 General 3,959 Debt Service Road Spedal Mach Totals 3,959 3.174 3,900 3.464 6,203 4,3473.127 Less: Transfers 0 0 0 Net Expenditure 3,959 3,900 6,203 Total Tax Levied 3,738 4,347 xxxxxx Township 11'177,799 0 1,390,085 Outstanding Indebtedness, Jan 1 2011 2012 2013 G.O. Bonds -- -'~ ] i O" Other "- ~ ~" Lease Pur Princ -- ~ "0 Charli Barrett Total : ~0 ~-TownshipOfficer Tax rates are expressed in mills. Open 7 Days a Week with Same Day Appointments Thursday, July 18, 2013 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A Bundles of wheat waiting to be picked up by the crew of Jewell County Historical Society members. The hayrack was loaded and then taken to the Historica Soc ety's metal building where it was housed until the Threshing Bee, where it will be processed. ii!! This 1882 doll quilt was made by Mary Robertson, mother of Mrs. George Hundevadt at the Jewell County Historical Society Museum. Grain Bins Eaton GSI Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed for Lunch Saturday, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, 9 to 11 a.rn. Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicare Provider I John Tyler D.C. Mankato, Kan. 785-648-0080 785-378-8047 We welcome you to the: Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee See you in the Mankato City Park! A Touchstone Energy~ Cooperative ~_. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE., INC, 122 W. Main, Mankalo, Kan. Office phone: 785-378-3151 Toll Free: 877-906-5903 EverVbody hasa storv to tell Send us your story Ellsworth Area Arts Council's 3nd annual writing contest Cash prizes Per entry fees -- $3 youth, $5 adults Sept. 15 deadline to EAAC, 223 N. Douglas, Ellsworth 67439 Call (785) 472-5682 for more information Ellsworth County Independent-Reporter, co-sponsor Buildings Vacro-Pruden American and given to her. It is on display Commercial Agricultural * Industrial ................. v-. .,... Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC York Legs GSI Dryers 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 -Agricultural- Industrial Metal Buildings Grain Storage and Handling * Concrete We want to zoelcome eveyone to the 36th Annual Jewell County Threshing Beet. There's so milch to see and do! Have fun at the Jewell County Threshing Bee! 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