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2S THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 30 1992 # Jessica Haskett of the Jewell Jemstones 4-H Club, and Tammy Counts take a rest break at the Jewell County Fair with Jassica's dog Molly. Candidates respond to voters' questions (Co.tinued from Page IB) prespective than the commission- 'rs have had in the past. McNichols said, "I care about what happens here as I plan on living here. It is important for people to get involved. I don't believe in griping about things without actively doing something about it." Currently employed as the Jewell County weed director, McNichols has a bachelor's de- gree in biology and a master's degree in groundwater chemis- try. A night classes instructor at Cloud County Community Col- lege she is a member of the Kan- sas and National Association of Counties, the Kansas Weed Di- rectors' Association of which she is an officer and board member, Women Involved in Farm Eco- nomics, Science by Mail, and is a member of the local Emergency Preparedness Committee. She previously worked eight years for a chemical testing lab and made recommendations to the government and private well water owners. Johnson-McNichols and her husband, Kelly, live on a farm northwest of Burr Oak. Incumbent Commissioner John Ross said, "I don't think I have a special interest in any particular phase of county gov- ernment. My main concern is that people get equal treatment with their taxes and things are run correctly rather than doing fa- vors for different segments of the society." Ross said the commissioners devote a lot of time to road and bridge problems but as far as having his own "segment of the county government" he really doesn't have one. He said he tries 2B/o off all Lawn Mowers in stock O|l a, Vacuum Cleaners instock Oil aH Lawn Cha,rs in stock . 200/o oll all Fans in stock Dove Loads $3.89, your choice IIIIIII IH _ I ir ii i I I i iii i I ii i1' I I ii r OLD SETTLERS' CELEB00RATION Saturday, Aug. 1 JEWELL, KAN. STREET DANCE Beer Garden (Sponsored by Jewell Fire Department) I Z , (In Fire station) Pork Burger & Bean Barbecue City' Park. 5'9 plm. Rides for the Kids and Games for the Whole Family FREE ENTERTAINMENT IN PARK Cued Softball Tournament to cover all the bases so to get the job done. He said, "Ifa change could be made in county government I would like to see that when a law is passed down the money is sent with it to enforce the law. I would also like to see more latitude with the laws that are passed because in the rural districts we have a completely different set of prob- lems than they do in the urban areas. Urban areas seem to have control of the legislature and laws are passed to fit their needs. In the rural areas, we just have to live with it and we can't afford it." Ross said his 12 years of ex- perience as acommissioner will help with the decisions that have to be made in the next four years. He explained, "I have a broad based background. I was raised on a farm, I have farming inter- ests and business interests. I'm an employer so I understand the problems relating to the govern- ment and the regulations affect me as an employer also effects the county. Basically the county gets my knowledge free of charge. I assumed this role be- cause I am already doing that in my business. I try to look at the county as a business also. "I'm glad to see that there's interest in county government, because there have been elec- tions when nobody was running. We have to preserve all the local gevernment we can, and it's go- ing to get harder as the years go by, because we have less repre- sentation and less money. We are going to have to consolidate some things that we never thought of before, and that's one thing we can try to work at the county level to consolidate some things, to make them more economi- cally feasible to do. "One problem is the ambu- lance service. Because of all the regulations, an ambulance run to Wichita shouldn't cost $700, but it does. When you only do 13 runs in a month, it's hard to jus- tify that service, but yet we need it. We try to do what we can." It takes less time to do a thing fight than to explain why you did it wrong. David Moerer of the MankatoEager Beavers 4-H Club pins the reserve champion rosette on the The Formoso Willing Workers 4-H banner at the Jewell County Fair. Mankato Weather Jewell County cycle operator's license, $50 and July 20 COSTS. July 21 Dennis L. Dietterle, false log July 22 book; $100 and costs. July 23 Gordon J. Dickison, no pro- July 24 rate permit, $35 and costs. Year to date Traffic Court Robert L. Willmeth, Jewell, fail to stop, stop sign, $57. NuckoHs County Rodney R. Hess, no opera- tor's liceme, $50 and costs. Traffic Court Darren B. Jacobson, disturb- Speeding: Jesse T. Giesick, $15; Bryan C. Kniep, $30, ing the peace, $100 and costs. Deanna R. Crane, $15; Elizabeth Probate Department A. Strain, $30; Darren T. Th- Estate of Dorothy Louise ompson, $15; Alvin D. Stairs, Scarer. Petition for complete $15; Barbara J. Hargns, $15; settlement and schedule of dis- Kenneth A. Tucker, $100; John tribution. A. Kistler, $15; Ricky L. Lud- Estate of Eva V. McBroom. wig, $30; Timothy W. sehei- Petition for complete settlement, dies, $15; M. J. Schwartzlander, schedule of distribution and re- $15. port and account. John F. Thompson, no motor- Real Estate Transfers Gaylord M. arid Shelby J. Ehles to Michael T. and Susan Part SWtPt 2-3-6. Lester R. and Monica-M. Montgomery to Jan E. Esplund, Lot 4 and Part Lot 5, Block 18, East Superior. Memorial Given Alfred Hallowell, McCook, has presented a memorial to the Seandia High Alunmi Associa- tion in memory of his wife, Edna Mae Haser Hallowell, who died inJune. The amount will be added to the scholarship fund. EVENING PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell the following property at public auction at the residence located at 206 Washinglon Blvd. (Northeast part) in Republic, Ks. on: MONDAY, AUGUS'I:'3 Auction begins at 4:00 p.m. Sharp REAL ESTATE MODERN HOUSE Legal Descr.: Lot 10 in Block 8 of East Republic Addn. to the City el Republic, Kansas; General Descr.:Three bedroom, wood lrame house on large corner lot. There is a wall furnace, window air conditioner, vinyl siding, 500 gal. propane tank, one car detached garage, small shop and storm cave. The house is in good basic repair; wyomt00 Club Twenty-one 4-I-I three adult County left at an exchange Mid-morning Terms: 20% down on day of sale, balance due in 60 days or less upon delivery of clear & merchantable title. Taxes prorated to day of closing; ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES P-38 German officers pistol w/holster; 4-10 single shot gun; assort, of shells; flat top trunk; oak secrary w/flat glass door; 4 oak chairs w/leather seats; 2 oak chairs w/leather seats; library table; Fiest, pitcher; pens & pencils; Polarene porc. oll sign; machine sewn quill; small assort, of fancy work; assort, of other collector items; CAR AND TRUCK Will sell at 6:30 p.m. 1980 Oldsmobile Cutlass, 4 door car w/auto, air, cruise, red color, 24,227 act. miles, 4.3 liter eng., A- 1; 1979 Chevrolet #10, Vz ton pickup w/aulo trans., air, 6 cyl., eng., red/while top, 30,380 act. miles, A- 1; FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS Frigidaire 14 cu. ft. refrigeratorw/cross top freezer; 1988 Zenith 23" color console TV set w/remote; Maylag auto washer; Maytag elec.clothes dryer; Gibson 15 cu. ft. updght deep freeze; 2 & 3 drawer metal file cabinet; 2 pc. blonde bedroom set; wood bed; 4 drawer chest; humidifier; metal cabinet; window fan; floor lamp; assort, fans; rmrs; new elec. ice cream freezer; 3 sets dishes; master; crock pot; 2 elec. skillets; new elec. skillet; assort, silverware; pictures; towels; sheels; bedspreads; assort, of bedding; radio; 2 heaters; assort, of pots, pans & cooking utensils; other household items too numerous to list; Snapper 8 hp.riding lawn mower 36-" cut; Homeltte Super chain saw 12"; 2 wheel cad; alum. step ladder; skil saw; open & box end wrenches; screw ddvers; vise gdps; hammers; bars; level; shovels; sockets; fish poles & tackle box; assort, of other tools & misc. items; Lunch: On Grounds AUCTION CONDUCTED BY LARRY LAGASSE AUCTION & REAL ESTATE, INC. CONCORDIA, KANSAS Lance Lagasse Ames, Ks. PH: 243-3839 FRANCES L. MILLEN ESTATE, Owners AriD Millen and Janell Burke, Co-Adm. Attorney Belleville, Ks. Terms: Cash Larry Lagasse Concordla, Ks. PH: 913-243-3270 moisture store. A group H members County teen youth and elled on to vehicle while the bus Those staying Lusk, Wyo., Robert and and Julie Railsbafk, ters, Kristin Watson, Josh Underwood. This ed a Michad concert, a an ice cream picnic and seeing. Several see Devil's more and other interest. Those staying were Melody Rnchael Myers, Terri Dempsey, Tracy Bnming, Heather -son, row, David Moeref, row, Scott Bodsn Sweat, many exciting this group rodeo, street rock climbing horse back theater at the Both Hi Lo Canyon and 77.3 59.9 serve. 73.7 59.3 At the 75.2 59.0 well dinner, 77.9 56.6 entertained with 90 6O hers e planning to 19.86 inches from another 4 Commissioners conm sanitary code The Jewell County Commis- commissioners stoners met Monday with Corn- Jewell missioners John Ross, Gene The state has Barrett, and Chas Fogo and County Clerk Wesley Moore present. During the course of the meet- ing, the commissioners met with department heads. Those present were: County Appraiser Carla Waugh, Register of Deeds Mary Powell, Health Nurse Shirley Jacobs-Varney, SheriffJohn (E,d) Owen, Ambulance Director Dan Switzer, Custodian and Emer- gency Preparedness Director Roger Thelander, and County Clerk Wes Moore. Thelander reported on two one-week classes he attended in Topeka. Waugh reported she met in Topeka with the executive board of Kansas Appraisers and with representatives of the property valuation department. Jacobs-Vamey presented the health department's quarterly report. Mike McCord, north central local environmental sanitarian, explained the procedure for the Sept. 21, 1992, at Switzer, lance department future lose responders.". The include 80 Courtland Fire land is currently district. A form and handling approved as County form. A R6 In the last owned by was not Harold's Beautiful Oak Furniture for = i!1  ,-i, ' Discount Jewell County Long Term Care has several in semi-private The services available to include licensed personnel,; experienced staff, activities, services and consultants in therapy, speech, audiology, d pharmacy, dietetics and occUP .... therapy For Information about rooms, Call 91 Between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through FridaY'