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News y 4:30 p.m. on K-14, Sonya K. , driving a 1993 Ply- and struck a passen- by Fulmer. 11:15 a.m., , driving a pickup on Jewell 04505 7.5 miles 36MM 201, was struck the road. No investigfited by more than $500. 12:05 p.m., Jefferson Street 135 , Don driving a 1999 east on Jefferson avoid oncoming traffic Chevrolet that was to Connie Tyler- Damages Accident Traffic ;89. Concordia, open speed, fine4 $319, school, 40 hours license Patrick, Salina, speed- 89. iger, Superior, Neb., $131. Marysville, ex- fined $159. Iowa, , fined $101. lloy, Bucklin, Me., $101. Mankato, speed- Gardner, Beloit, speed- 19. Burr Oak, speed- Todd, Arkansas City, 5, fined $125. Naperviile, Ill, $101. Strickland, Salina, $125. Mandeville, La., $95. sky, Beatrice, Neb.. $107. , Mankato, speeding, Mankato, speed- $113. Anderson, Belleville, , fined $101. fined of Deeds / Sheriff, Kim W. and 11 in Block 6, ;heriff Kim W and Cheryl t No. 12, Lot 2, Block of M , Sheriff, Kim W. Part of the SW 1/4 of 7W. , Sheriff, Kim W. and Edna )fSection , Range 10W. , Sheriff, Kim W. and Laura Crum. ,9, I0, II, 12and 13 town of Montrose. Sheriff, Kim W. 8tephena, away one Aug. 5, 2001 I round his garden J an empty place. down upon face. must be beautiful takes the best. that you were You were in pain. in heaven, hurt road was getting harder to ) whispered, Went with you you build a stair- nlemodes a lane q he way to me again, love you so Ost to Darrell E. Wagner. An undi- vided 1/4 interest in minerals in SW 1/ 4 NW 1/4 of Section 24, Township 3S, Range 9W. The Jewell County Sheriff, Kim W. Ost to Robert Sbelton. Tract 30. Be- ginning at the NE comer of the E 1/2 SW 1/4 of Section 1, Township 5S, Range 7W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to City of Jewell. Tract 36. Lots 1 and 2, except the W 9 feet offthe entire W side of Lot 2, all in Block 2, Kreamer's Addition to Jewell City. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Boettcher Enterprises, Inc. Tract 38. A tract oflandin theNW I/4NW 1/4 of Section 23, Township 3 S, Range 7W: The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Rex Headrick. Tract 51. Undi- vided 1/2 of all oil, gas and other min- erals in and under the following for a period of 50 years from and after Aug. 5, 1954; SW 1/4 of Section 19, Town- ship 4S, Range 8W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Milford N. Ost and Anne A. Ost, as trustees of the Milford N. Ost Trust No. 1, and their successors. Tract 29. An undivided 1/4 interest in minierals inSW I/4SE 1/4 and E I/2SW l/4of Section 14, Township 3S, Range 9W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to John E. Price Sr. Tract 31. All the oil, gas and other minerals and mineral rights in, upon and under W 1/2 and W 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 15, Township 2S, Range 7W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to John Price Sr. Tract 32. All the oil, gas and other minerals and mineral rights in, upon, and under E 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 16, Township 2S, Range 7W., except a tract. The Jewell (ounty Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Betty L. Crihfield. Tract 17. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Block 24, in the original townsite of Jewell City. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Betty L. Crihfield. Tract 37. Beginning at a point 5 chains and 29 and 1/2 links S and 160 feet W of the NE comer of the SE 1/4 of Section 16, Township 3S, Range 9W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 14. Lots 9 and 10, Block 2. Lamrrfs Addition to City of Webber. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn.. Tract 15. Be- ginning at a point 1,008 feet of the SW comer of Block 13, in the original townsite of the City of Esbon. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 22. Part of Lot 7, in Block 1, in Godfrey's Second Add/on to the City of Burr Oak. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 23. Corn- mencing at a point 1,008 feet South of ' within 40 days after the last publica- the SE comer of Blk. 14, in the town of t/on of this resolution. In the event a Esbon. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 24. Com- mencing at a point 1,308 feet S and 150 feet W of the SE comer of BlockP 14, in the town of Esbon. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 25. Lot 10, Block 26, original townsite of the City of Mankato. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Curtis E. Venn. Tract 34. Com- mencing at the SE comer of the S 1/2 NE 1/4 of Section 13, Township 2S, Range 9W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Jeweli County. Tract 27. A part of the NW 1/4 SE 1/4 of Section 22, Township 3S, Range 8W. The Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to Jewell County. Tract 41. An undivided 1/2 interest of all oil, gas or other minerals in or under the follow- ing; E 130 acres of NE 1/4 of Section 36, Township 3S, Range 6W. Probate Estate of Elizabeth Braden aka Elizabeth M. Braden, deceased, hear- ing on petition for probate of will. I HI Public Notices ( PublishedAugust g, 2002, in the Jewell County News Feature of The Superior Express and the Jewell County Record) RESOLUTION FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY TAX LEVY Unified School District 279 Jewell County, Kansas Be it resolved that: The above named school board shall be authorized to make an annual tax levy for a period not to exceed 5 years in an amount not to exceed 4 mills upon the taxable tangible property in the school district for the purpose of acquisition, construction, reconstruc- tion, repaid, remodeling additions to, furnishing and equipping of buildings necessary for school district purposes, including housing and boarding pupils enrolled in an area vocational school operated under the board, architectural expenses incidental thereto, the acqui- sition of building sites, the undertak- ing and maintenance of asbestos con- trol projects, the acquisition of school buses and the acquisition ofotherequip- ment and for the purpose of paying a portion of the principal and interest on bonds issued by cities under the au- thority of K.S.A. 12-1774, and amend- ments thereto for the financing of rede- velopment projects upon property lo- cated within the school district. The tax levy authorized by this reso- lution may be made, unless a petition in opposition to the same, signed by not less than 10 percent of the qualified electors of the school district, is filed with the county election officer of the home county of the school district *** Superior Auction House *** East Third and Highway 8, Supeflor, Net). 68978 Open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 11 through Thursday, Aug. 15 Thursday, Aug. 15 . ap.m. *Indoor facility * Seating available "Easy parking * Lunch stand OUTDOOR TRAILERS SELL FIRST STARTING AT3 P.M. EARLY USTINGS: STAVE AUCTION: Fund raiser for 9 Superior Ghm, 7 p.m. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Metal Toys: tin big top circus "The Greatest Show in Toyland" by Marx with many small pieces; metal toy wred(er truck; metal semi tractor and trailer, Tom Thun'fo cash regi, Hook Metal Knob Under-Bus to Rail; stock truck; Five metal doll houses snd furniture; metal spinning Top by Ohio Art; metal barn by Ohio Art;, Mestro toy banjo "River Show Boat" with Sambo logo; small instal train sot;, Wolverine toy #416 LJ'I Bow Peep ironing board; electric children's iron, sl works; other metal tractors  trucks, not listadl Several old salt and pepper shakers; wildlife ligurinsa; Mayta 9 square tub wringer washing machine; tubs; sa; old tools; 10 apple boxes of COOKBOOKSI; bamlxbar with chsirs, came trom Phil,pines 50 years ago!; Several old steel patio chairs; old creel patio lovasaat; iron beds; steel wheels; other anlique furniture coming in plus miler lomb of pdmitiva and cogec6bles. TOOLS l EQUIPMENT: Horse drawn cultivator, 0.elec welder;, small scroll band sow; hammers and wrenches; bench grinder on stand; many coming in. HOUSEHOLD: Refrigerator, electric stove; washer and dryer;, sofas; wardrobe; comer sectional with recliner chairs; several televi=ons; table wh chairs; office equipment and much more out of two housotk. VEHICLES: 1988 Voyager van, runs; 1972-1923 Trophy camper;Two-welcampartmiler. OTHER: 251mlldlbtdelalfalta, Dempsterwindmillparts. MORE ITEMS COMING IN DAILY! Information, ,slings and appointments: Larry McC0rd 402.r/9-50(12 {wl  maa), Bob Oanehoy, auetiomer: 402-7564276 (mlh m=vrmachim), Howard Pa#sh, Dale Uhnnad, L )we Bey & Jes Damh. nt *Any tnnounsoments made the day of ule t precndence ore' anY other vnttt matter. * Not mp0nsible for aee, ideMl. * All gusrentm m between buyer and mll. ISD #279 Jewell-I00ndall Schools August Calendar Aug. 1 - High School and Junior High VOl.Aooll Getup. Aug. 2 - High School and Junior High Volleyball Camp. Aug. 4 - FFA Summer Conference in Topeka. Aug, 5 - 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. K-12 enrollment. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m, High School Tech Ck3sses. FFA in Topeka. Aug. 6 - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. High School Tech Classes. FFA in Topeka. Aug. 7 - FCCLA Advisor to Topeka. Aug. 8 - 9.130 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, Randall Elementary School Tech Cla. FCCLA Advisor to Topeka. Aug. 9 - 9: a.m. - 4 p.m. Rondall Elementary School Tech Class, D'-trt C LeadershD in Solina. Aug. 12 - New Teachers first day. Aug, 13 - Teacher In-Servlce. Age, 14 - QPA for teachers all day. Aug, 17 - 7:00 p.m. potluck supper for USD 279 at Community Building, Aug. 19 - I p.m. National Honor Society Induction. Rrst day of school. First day of sports procte. Aug. 22 - 1:30 p.m, Josten representative for Seniors, 2:30 p.m. Jostens reprelentatlve for Sophomores. First (:lay for practice with poOs. Aug. 24 & 25 - FFA Officer Conference in Manhattan. Aug. 26 - 7:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Randoll Elementary School "Back to School', 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Jr/St  Open House. 7:30 p,m. - 8:30 p,m. Randall Elementary School Open House, Aug. 28 - 7:00 p,m. PTL Fall Bonquet. Aug. 30 - 7:00 p.m. Football Soap Scr. Sponsored by Randall Farmers Coop Unibn petition is filed, the county election officer shall submit the question of whether the tax levy shall be autho- rized to the electors in the school dis- trict at an election called for the pur- , pose or at the next general election, as is specified by the board of education of the above school district. Certificate This is to certify the above resolu- tion was duly adopted by the Board of Education of Unified School District 279, Jewell County, Kansas, on the I st day of July, 2002. Norma Conn Clerk of the Board of Education 32-2c (Published August 8, 2002, in the Jewell County Record) NOTIFICATION OF DRINKING WATER MONITOR- ING OR REPORTING FAILURE The City of Burr Oak Public Water Supply System failed the monitoring/ reporting requirements of Kansas Ad- ministrative Regulation 28-15-14 and the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for the months of April, May, and June 2002 by not collecting the required number of water samples for analysis by the Kansas Health and Environmental Laboratory or a state- certified laboratory or by failing to report results of analyses performed in another state-certified laboratory. especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for ex- ample, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail. This notice is being sent to you by City of Burr Oak. State Water System ID#EOOO. Date distributed - July 13, 2002. 32-1c We are required to monitor your drinking water for specific contami- nants on a regular basis. Results of regular monitoring are an indicator of whether or not our drinking water meets health standards. During April, we skipped one routine and three repeat samples following a coliform-positive sample. During May we neglected to collect five :'outine samples, and dur- ing June we missed one routine sample, we were required to collect. No fewer than two samples in any month is the minimum usually required. We did not complete all monitoring or testing for coliform bacteria and therefore cannot be sure of the quality of our drinking water during that time. There is nothing you need to do at this time. Since it is our desire to pro- vide the safest water possible to our consumers, we have begun a closer surveillance of our sampling program and daily record keeping to prevent future violations. For information regarding this no- tice, please contact Mike Harris (Mayor) at P.O. Box 22. Burr Oak, Kan. 66936-0022. Please share this information with all the people who drink this water, I I Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Laurence Wilson is a patient in the Good Samaritan Hospital, Keamey. Callers this week at the Warren White home were Harold Francis, Rich and Cam Gates and Edith Ayers. Nelson Harris, Louise Korb, Marcella Ost and Madeline McMains called on Gene and Marje Johnson. Visitors of Hazel Korb were Bar- bara Renner, Marie Pinson and grand- children, Nichols and Violet, Viola Crane, Edyth Francis, Marilyn Warneking, Louise Korb and Nancy Aspegren. Dewey Terrill, Junction City, was a weekend guest of his mother Glenadean Terrill. Winnie McNichols attended the birthday party for Merle and Ruth Roe in Mankato. Doug McNichols and Rissa, Concord/a, were dinner guests of Winnie McNichols at the cafe in Burr Oak. Casey Jeffery received an Honor- able Discharge from the Army. He was stationed in Fort Bragg, N.C., as a paratrooper. He is visiting his dad, Gale and Kathleen Jeffery. Walt and Peggy Wilson were over- night guests of Phil and Wanda Wilson at a KOA in Colorado Springs. Walt and Phil attended the races. They were Sunday guests of Lear, Jeff and Mackenzie Jenkins in Longmont for a family picnic. Other guests were Ma- son, Debraray and Nathan Thompson, Ft. Lupton, and Larry Thompson, Longmont. Don and Susan Diem visited Regi Wieland and Angle Holzmeisler and their families in Oakley. Also visiting was Capt. Justin Wieland of Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Elizabeth and Sarah Jeffery, Abilene, and Susan Diem were in Des MoiRes, Iowa, for the 60th wedding anniversary of Howard and Shirley Hughes. Edna Fogo and Lucille Spoonez Arizona, attended a Spooner famil, I Illll Illl Ill * NOW RENTING * MANKATO MINI STORAGE New building.with 16 additional units available Storag6 Sizes ' 5'x10', 10'xl0', 10'x20', 10'x30' Open parking spaces also available for campers; motorhomes, boats and other large units, $10 a month. 114 N. Center, Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3331 or 785-378-3737 KSD #104 White R0ck Schools August Calendar Aug. 6 - K-51Hig School Enrollment at Burr Oak. Middle School enrollment at Esl:x:)n, 7:30-Noon. High SchoolEnrollment at BurrOok 1-3:30p.m. Aug. 7 - K, Coaching School. PTL meeting at Concon:lla. I .@(3 p.m. Site Councll Meeting at Burr Oak. 7:30 p.m. Aug. 8- School physlcals atMankato, 8'.00 a.m. KSHSAA Coaching School. Aug. 9 - KSHSAA Coaching School. Aug. 12 - In-. FOotball & volleyball rules meeting at Mankato, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 13 * T wed( day. (American Fidelity Rep.) Aug. 14- Scho begS. A": 19 " Fhll/Gross Country practices I:O. Bill Ban Sophomore dngs. 10:30 a.m. Aug. 2O- Speech ru*m  ot So,Re. AUg. 22 - Bill BaIT Sophomore ring orders. First day for fooltx pods. Aug, 28 - PTL Banquet end coaches meeting 7:00 p.m. Sponsored by Mid Ameria Bank Esbon, Ken. * 785-725.3863 ,* Burr Oak, Kan.* 785-847.8821 USD #278 Volleytmll and Fool:bag Meeting rile COACHING STAFF$ OF Mankato Junior High Volleyball and Football teams and the Hig h School Volleyball and Football, and Senior High Cross Country teams invites prospective players and their parents to a Cougar Parent meeting Tuesday, Aug. 13 7 p.m. in the Little Theater at the High School fl is recommended that all parents and playem attend this/)fief but important meeting to visit with coaches, discuss the philosophy, go over schedules for practices and matches, and answer any other general que##on$ regarding the upcoming spoffs season. y, August 8, 2002 "/HE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B reunion in Broken Bow, Neb. Irene McCorkle, a resident of Long Term Care in Mankato, fell and was taken by ambulance to Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Bobby and Marilyn Johnson are vacationing and sight-seeing in South Carolina, along with her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ruppee and Zoe, Denver, Colo., were weekend guests of Gary and Carol Garman. They and Geneva Garman had dinner at a Burr Oak cede in honor of Gary's birthday. Jack and Catherine Byers and Pat Anderson went to Hastings, Minn., to attend an engine show. They went on to Minneapolis to attend a baseball game between the Minnesota Twins and the Toronto Blue Jays. Vivian Reed, Wilma Underwood and Geneva Garman had dinner at a care in Beloit, then listened to the mu- sic at the VFW. Joan Lockwood, Great Bend, vis-. Red at the home of Richard and Gloria Schlaefli. Sunday the Schlaefiis ate lunch with Elizabeth Schlaefli, Bob and Jean Richardson and Steve Richardson at a care in Cawker City. IIIIII III Ill II I Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer I I Joan Lockwood, Great Bend, was a visitor during the Olive Hill Church Sunday morning worship service. Rita Blauvelt had charge of the music. Ush- ers were Ken and Landor Winslow. Jesse) Evelyn and Mark Himelick, Fountain, Ind., were visitors of Pastor Lester and Mary Snyder. Jesse is the Snyder's great.nephew. Zelda Schuster and Pauline Hanson, Oak, had dinner at a Mankato cafe. Later they visited in Zelda's home. Sunday evening and overnight Illll II guests of Jim and Marlene Stone were Jim Jr., Jeanne, Christoffer, Kaeli and Cory Stone, Morgan, Megan and Marissa Peabody, Morrill, Kan, Christoffer, Kaeli and Care housegue , , this week of their grandparents. Dee Ross attended the Ross Re- union at Colorado Springs, Monday through Thursday. Robert Harvey attended the graves/de service for Ila Rohla, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, at the Webber Cem- etery, Saturday morning. Marabeth and Mitchell Olson, Beattie, Kan., were Wednesday over- night and Thursday houseguests of Herbert and Carolyn Alley. Twila Cool and Jean Schuster went to Hastings and Grand Island, Thurs- day. Harold and Loma Wilton, Clarence and Ila Wilton, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Wendy and David Harris, Kimberly and Jordan Wherry, Justin McCutcheon and Danny Eilert attended a Wilton Reunion at Lake McConaughy near Ogallala, Wednesday through Sunday. Their were 45 in attendance, Sunday supper guests of Jim and Marlene Stone were Chris, Susan, Jen- nifer and Ray Bryant, Jim Jr., Jeanne, Christoffer, Kaeli and Cory Stone, Morgan, Megan and Marissa Peabody. Valerie Green, Grand Island, was a weekend guest of Twila Cool. Joan Lockwood was a dinner guest of her sister and brother-in-law, Jacqueline and Gerald Boyles, at a Superior cats. Tonya and Walker Cool were in York for the weekend with relatives and attended the county fair. Callers the past week in the Hasemeyer home were Jean Mayne, Jo Ann, John and Travis Rogers. Sherry and Rosemary Hasemeyer went to Hastings. I Ill I I II I I II I I I I I[ I USD #0078 lttankato Schools August Calendar Aug. 12 - Football rules meeting, 6:00; Volleyball rules meeting, 7:30, at Manketo Little Theatre. Aug. 15 - Rret Day of School. AUg. 17 - Ute Theatre Benefit (fund-miser), 4:00-10:30 p.m. Aug. 19 - Bill Ban', 9:30, Sophomore rings. First day of Fall practice. Aug. 22 Bill Bert, 9:00 take ordem rings. " " Aug. 26 - Magazine sales, Junior, 11:30. Sponsored by Central National Bank . SouUI* Mankato, Kan. * 785-378.3162 FDle p.o. Box 155, Fotrnoso, /(an. * 785-794.2211 JEWlILL COUNTY: KANSAS I'RIAIUR|RI QUAKrERLY STATEMENT As Jury 31, 2002 FUNDS ] Fund Balances I General ................ i .................................................................................... 600,102.65 / Road and Bridge ...................................................................................... 720,913.77 Special Bddl ............................................................................................ 66,462.20 Special Hitway Improvements .............................................................. 129,172.88 LAVTR ...................................................................................................... 42,065.68 Public Health ............................................................................................. 61,146.78 Public Heai Capital Outlay .................................................................... 54,364.52, Noxious Weed ........................................................................................... 15,370.06 Noxious Weed Capital Outlay ................................................................... 26,344.58 Ambulance ................................................................................................. 52,095.38 Ambulance F, quipment .............................................................................. 12,284.62 Ambulance Special Equipment ................................ . .................................... 4,059.39 Appraiser .............. ; .................................................................................... 54,790.25 Employee Benefit= ................................................................................... 384,358.02 Bond and Interest ....................................................................................... 34,837.53 Solid Wate ................................................................................................ 75,792.02 Hardy Rural Fire Dtdet ............................................................................ 4,764.30 Game L ............................................................................................. 1,926.00 State Park ........................................................................................................ 293.75 Stray Animals ............................................................................................. 2,423.48 P.A.T.F ........................................................................................................... 843,63 Um:  ........................................................................................ 3,355.07 Undistributed Tax .................................................................................... 149,418.16 Real Et Rk ............................................................................. 23,031.76 Vehil Ml'eitaMout .................................................................................... 323.00 Mote Vdflcle Om'mt Tax ........................................................................ 42.050.30 Pmoeai Tax lndgm, nt ................................................................................. 210.76 Special Law Trust Fund .................................................................................. 668.79 Special Treasurer ....................................................................................... 15,377.87 Vehicle Sal Tax ...................................................................................... 14,564.77 eal Tax Sheriff .................................................................................... 2.060.62 R.V. Tax ...................................................................................................... 1,279.31 CDBG Grant ................................................................................................ 3.897.74 911 ............................................................................................................. 50,964.85 lpl2 Grant ................................................................................................. 3,800.00 Refunding Warrants .................................................................................. (4,487.28) Cash Long and Short .................................................................................... (116.81) Bond #'2-02 ................................................................................................ 10,093.62 nfldi Bond #1-99 ..................................................................................... 12,597.99 Jvell County Tower ................................................................................... 5,746.20 Jewell County Rex Benefit Plan .................................................................. 1.735.54 Advance Tax 2002 ...................................................................................... :... 451.98 TOWNSHII Allen ............................................. General ................................................ 1,673.24 Athems ........................................... General ................................................... 927.23 Brownlcreek ................................. General ................................................... 704.17 Buffalo .......................................... General ................................................... 217.97. Sulfide .......................................... Fire ...................................................... 1.095.30 Wing ........................................... General .................................................. 121.42 rving ........................................... Cemetery .................................................. 98.72 Fa'ving ........................................... Fire ......................................................... 408.89 Highland ....................................... General ................................................ 1,327.16 ionia .............................................. General ............................................... . 1,186.46 Jackson .......................................... Gen'al ................................................... 101.56 Odessa ........................................... General ................................................ 1,058.46 Vicksburg ...................................... General ................................................ 1,895.66 TOTAL ................................................................................................. 2,692,251.97 I do lolemsly |,*vl till t gtn  il ompk.te, true and correct to the best of my knowledge md lmlir, to lp me kxL STATE OF KANSAS } JEWELL COUNTY k County Treasuer, Jewell County, Kansas ttbllilled lind swor to before me this ISl day of August, 2002 cmaj,_w.= County Clerk - Notary Public