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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 25, 2016 By Elaine Thomas Monday evening found quite a crowd at Rock Hills Elementary School where an open house and ribbon cut- ting for the new playground and meet the teacher night was being celebrated. Lots of excitement filled the play- ground as well as the hallways and classrooms as students greeted their friends and newcomers. School got underway Tuesday morning for Rock Hills so we're off to a new year. Aaron Enyeart, Ulysses, came for a surprise visit with his parents, Kent and Brenda, to celebrate his dad' s birth- day. Not too often can Dad be sur- prised, but it was successful this time. Wilmar and Kaye Bouray, Supe- rior, were last Tuesday morning visi- tors of Jean Michael. Martha Herrmann joined them at a local restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon, Martha and the Bourays visited Howard Herrmann at Long Term Care. The community was surprised Sun- day by the sudden death of Pat Groves, wife of Larry Groves. Willie and Sharon Beckley were in Oklahoma with Kay and Dusty LaFranke for a week to help with their daughter following surgery on both of her feet. Jason and Alison Ryan, Kayla and Harper, Russell, were weekend guests :of Alice Kinsey. Jason helped his brother-in-law, Jerod Kinsey, with some work at the farm and the girls had fun living the "farm life." Word was received this week of the death of the former Marjorie Love in Colorado. She grew up in Mankato and :graduated from MHS with the Class of :1962. Funeral will be held in Colorado with burial in the Webber Cemetery at a later date. Elaine Thomas accompanied Taylar Elkins, Brenley and Graci McCary to Clay Center, Kan., Friday where Taylar had a dentist appoint- ment. They were well entertained leav- ing Jamestown with watching the storm of strong winds and heavy rain move into Jewell County and mighty glad to arrive in Jewell just as it hit there. Tami Klinedinst and son, Mathias, Wellington, visited her parents, Judy and Wayne Dunn for the weekend and they attended the Ute Theatre benefit Saturday night. Word was received of the death of Deonna Swinton, former wife of the late Don Swinton. Karen Grelinger and Elaine Tho- mas met Jennifer Thomas, Claflin, Terry and Jim Standley, Augusta, in Geneseo Saturday and then went on to Salina for the day. Jean Michael had cataract surgery in Hastings last Tuesday. Karen Grelinger had eye surgery in Saline last Tuesday. Nikki Ost began the service at Har- mony Unid\ted Methodist Church Sun- day by presenting the announcements. Included was information that the Thrift Shop will be closed Sept. 2 and 3. Handbell and Chancel choir practices will resume Sept 7. A weekly Women's Bible Study will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. starting Sept. 11. at Coralyn Kaufman' s house. Contact her for more information. Worship began with an organ pre- lude played by Pat Grout. The altar candles were lit by Brecken and Keiran Shulda (with help from Emelyn and Mom). In his children's message, Pastor Gerry Sharp explained to the children that we are all a little bit alike, but re are each different. God gave us eyes to see and marvel at His creation. Then we can give glory to God. The morning scripture was Luke 14:1 and 7-14. In this passage, Jesus tells us to take the less important seats at a banquet so as not to be embar- rassed. In his sermon, Pastor Sharp talked about embarrassing moments such as when we said the wrong thing or sat in someone else's reserved seat. We need to remember that the church building, the organ and everything in it belongs to God. We need to see this as God's house. God has the right place, the right seat for each of us. It's not what we've earned, it's God's gift. We should humbly accept this gift. God's plan for us is to help build up His purpose for each of us. (last week) Mankato was hit with quite a storm Thursday evening with up to four inches of rain falling and 60 nlph winds. At the West Community Housing a roof- hag crew was at work when it all started and by the time they left they thought all was secure but the winds took the roof off part of one building and rain fell quite freely. One resident was moved to a new location until all is fixed. Tree branches were down all about town and a huge tree went over on North High and luckily missed the Colson house as it fell. Reports of buildingsdestroyed at a farm west of town were called in. The city park was flooded in several areas as well as many other parts of town. Amazing how that works, by Friday Mother Nature had taken care of most of the water. F_xina Moore had eye surgery in Kansas City last Wednesday. Family reports she is home and doing well. Renita, Mattie and Bells Volker took Judy Miller to Saline where she had an appointment with her cancer doctor. She came home with excellent reports. They also did some shopping while there. .Tyler Shadduck, this, year's man- ager of the swimming pool, announced the pool closed for the season. Several employees were returning to school. Dustin and Codi Carlson, Bailey and Aiden, Colorado, visited family and friends in the area for a few days. Roger and Linda Zeigler were week- end visitors in the home of Shane, Cassie and Katie Zeigler, Ellis. Others joining them to celebrate one-year-old Katie and Grandma Linda's birthdays were: Travis, Nicci, Byron and Jack- son Zeigler, Wamego; Patrick Loomis, Hays, and friend Cassandra; Marv and Kim Loomis, and Autumn Loomis, Mankato. Byron and Jackson returned home to Wamego with their parents after two weeks with their grandpar- ents, Roger and Linda Zeigler, Rick and Sheila Diamond. Gary Marr called Audrey Diamond to say his father, Ed Marr, died in Oklahoma on Aug. 3. Ed had celebrated his 99th birthday Aug. 1. Further plans will be announced later. Alethia Loomis joined her family for a Rannebeck reunion at the Fellow- ship Hall of the Lutheran Church in Downs. Others attending were Bar- bara Rannebeck, Gary Rannebeck, Teresa and Stanley Albrecht, Jason Albrecht, Hunter and Brecken, all of Downs; Leslie Rannnebeck, Tree Green, Joy Rannebeck, Laci Enyert and daughters, all of Lawrence, Kan.; Marvin and Kim Loomis and Autumn Loomis; Patrick Loomis and friend Cassandra, Hays; Brice, Silvia and IsabellaLoomis, Minneapolis, and their houseguest; Sharon Murray and Erin Murray, Kansas City. Iva Lea Payne, Formoso, was a Thursday afternoon visitor of Audrey Diamond. Visiting Margaret Colson Thurs- day afternoon were Marilyn Eaton, Marilyn's daughter, Diana Boley, Wakefield, and Diana' s grandchildren, Ali and Logan Jeffery, Superior. Diana and the Jeffery children were going to Salina to visit Diana's daughter, Cormey Garwood, and husband, Ja- son, and family before going on to Wakefield. Coke Wright has been moved to the Madonna Home for some extensive rehab. Plans are for him to be there three weeks. ShayLinn (Kaus) Zweygardt, St. Francis, visited her grandparents, Nadine and Frank Railsback, for a few days. Shay and Grandma finished a blanket she had started. Zach, Ryan and Jacob Spiegel, Formoso, joined them for supper one evening. Tyler Kaus arrived Tuesday night for some time with family and all endulged in some homemade ice cream. "Every generation laughs at the old fashions, but follows religiously the new." Henry David Thoreau Panorama By Fawna Barrett Stray dogs and cats don't mix. There is nothing so maddening as dogs bark- ing near your back door when you don't have dogs. Luckily, a broom will scare them away as this hasn't been the first time they have roamed this way. The poor little kitten, the object of their barking, was petrified and his hair was literally standing on end. Though it was partially tamed, it was so scared it bared it tangs at me. And wlfile mentioning stray or maybe wild; when a grandson piped up with "G-ma, there's a snake over here," I was reluctant to pace that way, but he was squatted down watching. On in- vestigating, it was a short, thin critter which their cat took for a late break- fast. Yeah! Thompson joins Waddell & Reed Richard Thompson has joined the Waddell & Reed firm as a financial advisor in the Great Bend area. Prior to joining Waddell & Reed, Thompson,44, was a sales manager with Ninnescah Drilling where he worked for five years. Thompson also worked for the Claflin School District as a teacher and coach for nine years, and Skyline Schools in Pratt as the K- 8 principal for seven years. Thompson graduated from Mankato High School in 1990. He then earned a bachelQr' s degree in 1995 and master' s degree in 2004 from Fort Hays State University. Thompson is the son of Butch and Betty Thompson, Mankato. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Carol Divel, Becky Loomis and Mary Ann Kibbe left Thursday for a trip to Europe. Friday afternoon we received a much needed rain of more than two inches in one hour. The community building has been busy with events. Sunday, Aug. 4 a dinner honored Miola Griffeth for hav- ing a 90th birthday. Last Tuesday a tax meeting was held there. Last Wednes- day Darrell Bohnert sponsored a Pio- neer seed supper at the buiding. Thurs- day The Randall Farmers Co-op an- nuai meeting was held there. Saturday the Sumpter estate sale was held there. Lois and Ervin Myers, Lindsburg, visited Arleta Carlton Sunday. Merlyn McCraken, a former Jewell resident now living at Wichita, was a Sunday visitor in Jewell. He visited several of the people he knew when he resided here. A Jewell woman has reported an- other feel like an idot event. As she paid her grocery bill, she attempted to use her credit card and it was denied three times. She was becoming a bit flustrated before discorvering her mis- take. You know, the Jewell Grocery Store doesn't take Dairy Queen cards. Allie Bourbon, Beloit, visited her grandmother Carol Bourbon and Marilyn Bourbon Saturday. School started in Beloit Friday and Mankato opens this week. Where has the summer gone? Crouse visitors this week included Sharon Tullar, Twila Means, Mary Shelton, Mary Mallory, Alicia Mallory, Jarod Schroder, Roy Arasmith and Glen McClure. Rachel, Kerma and Frosty Crouse visited Roland Rex Bonjour at Formoso Saturday. Jewell is a friendly and helpful com- munity. One local resident is apprecia- tive of that helping spirit as his cat was rescued from a tree around 2:15 a.m. one morning. Carl and Marsha Knarr went to Concordia to help their granddaughter Tia Strait celebrate her 5th birthday. Northbranch By Erma Dillon Greg and Gayla Flavin attended the Cook family reunion in Jetmore on Aug. 1. Rowan and Isla Darby, To- peka, stayed five days with Grammy and Poppy Flavin so their parents, Jolie and Alex Darby could attend a wed- ding in Madison, Wis. Gayla took them back to Topeka on Sunday. Gayla Fla- vin met Carol Rausch, Colwich, at a restaurant in Salina on Thursday to have lunch and visit. Thursday morning, Juel Hughes of Royal came and picked up her parents, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery, and they traveled to Estes Park, where they were met by Jenelle Jeffery for some family time and beautiful scenery. They re- turned home Sunday evening. The Highlanders had a picnic in the Red Cloud park on Friday. Those at- tending were Jeri Shute, Jean Davis, Alyce and Sam Gillett, lone Shipley, Brett and Beth Walker, Lily, Claire and Wyatt, Kim and Jim Gillett, Greg and Gayla Flavin, Tonia, Stede and Nelson Underwood, Don and Irma Fogo and Judy and Gary McCartney. Recently, Makayla L'Ecuyer vis- ited for a day in Bennington with her cousin, Addyson Gillett. Alyce Gillett picked both girls up and they went to Valley Center and stayed the night with Scott, Victoria and Cade. Friday, Alyce and the girls went school shop- ping in Wichita and had some fun time at the Exploration Center. This was Alyce's last grandchildrens' day out for this year. Blake and Ana Davis hosted a first birthday party Saturday afternoon and evening for their little Selene. Jean Davis was among the relatives and friends who attended the festivities. Erma and John Dillon met her cousin, Lyle, and wife, Joan Parsons, for supper Saturday evening in Red Cloud. The Parsonses, who live in Bartlesville, Okla., were returning from Colorado where they had been visiting relatives and friends. They were over- night guests at Lizzie's House in Northbranch and breakfast guests Sun- day morning at the Dillons. Before church Sunday morning, longtime friend, Earl Buckley, stopped and vis- ited Lyle and Jo at Lizzie's. A side note: Joan's maiden name was Terrill and although they do not know each other, she and Colleen (Terrill) Jeffery are second cousins. Velma Lee Smuck was a weekend guest of Marilyn Jeffery. Some of Velma Lee's family visited Saturday and did some maintenance at the fam- ily home. Saturday afternoon an invited group of women met at the home of Earlene Jeffery in Superior to visit with Velma Lee Smuck. Those attending were Marilyn Jeffery, Joyce McNichols, Patsy Warner, Rosetta Jeffery, Debby Platt and Beth Jeffery, Velma Lee and the hostess, Earlene. Edith Ayres went to Herington on Sunday to attend a Diepenbrock re- union (maternal). The afternoon was 64,000 lb. Size does make a difference Wheel Tree Demolition Pond Cleaning Loader Belly Dump Available Removal Dump Truck Trailer for Farm Clean Up Rock and Dirt Hauling For more information call Greg Wilson NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of Central Kansas Library System Barton County will meet on September 6, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. at the Great Bend Public Library, 1409 Williams, Great Bend, KS 67530 for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of tax levied. Detailed budget information is available at the Great Bend Public Library and will be available at this hearing. SUPPORTING COUNTIES Barton County (home cotmty), Cloud Cotmty, Ellis County, Ellsworth County, Jewell County, Lincoln County, Mitchell County, Osborne County, Ottawa County, Phillips County, Republic County, Rooks County, Rush County, Russell County, Saline County, Smith County BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2017 Expenditures and Amount of 2016 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2017 budget. Estimated Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. Funds General Debt Service Employee Benefits Prior Year Actual for 2015 =urrent Year Eslirmate for 2016 Proposed Budget Year for 2017 Actual Actual Budget Amount of Est. Tax Tax Authority for2016 Ad Tax Expenditures Rate* Expenditures Rate* Expendi~ Valorem TaxRate* 2,189~292 1.794 2,388,530 2.162 2A08,555 1,856,944 1.800 368,581 385,058 0.373 State Resource Grant Kansas Talkin~ Books Processing Non-Budgeted Funds Totals CONSIGNMENT SALE 30+ antique saddles & tack, industrial equip & tools, guns contractor sell out & more!! 601 S Broadway, Salina, KS Saturday, Sept 24, 10am 125 GUNS AUCTION 601 S Broadway, Salina, KS Sunday, October 9, 1 pm More information online at .~, Lonnie Wilson ~80"(~ Dave Hunt 785-201-5257 Less: Transfers Net Expenditures Total Tax Levied Assessed Valuation 59r096 64e060 22,658 34,466 21t552 56r737 213491335 0 2,349,335 2r030r771 lf13L929t773 Outstanding Indebtedness, Jan1 G.O. Bonds Revenue Bonds Other Lease Pur. Princ. Total 2014 0 0 0 0 0 *Tax rates are expressed in mills. 45~877 55e000 25,000 40r000 21508r530 0 2,508,530 2~220r092 1e028~811r579 2015 o 0 0 1.794 2.162 2r621t539 2r242r002 2.173 52t560 2,568,979 XXXXXXXXXX le03L858e801 2016 0 Harry Willems Director included a shared dinner and visiting. She also StOlSped in Clay Center, Kan., to visit her longtime friends, Max and Mary Weir. Sunday, in our comer of the world, it was about as near a perfect day weather-wise that anyone could ask for. The morning worship service opened at Northbranch Friends with Pastor Jon expressing greetings, giv- ing announcements and noting updates on the numerous prayer concems. Within the pastoral prayer each need was brought before God's throne. Musicians were Rosette Jeffery, Liz Jeffery and Colleen Jeffery. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Earl Buckley, Velma Lee Smuck and Jeanette Mosier. Serving as ushers were Todd Jeffery, Brady Jeffery and Glen Warner. Roger Buckley favored the congregation with two vocal numbers, "The King is Com- ing" and "Your Grace Still Amazes Me." Pastor Jon's sermon text was from the Book of Ruth. The story of Naomi and Ruth -- one of the most beautiful stories in the Bible, showing Ruth's love for her mother-in-law, Naomi. This is one example of God's love for all peoples. He sent His Son, Jesus, to be a "kinsman redeemer" for the Gentiles. Visitors in the service were Roger and Sandy Buckley, Lauren and Austin of Denver, Colo.; Debby Platt of Wichita; Velma Lee Smuck of Augusta; Jeanette Mosier and son, Matthew, of Towanda. Marilyn Jeffery, Beth Jeffery and Debby Platt dined together after church Sunday at a restaurant in Red Cloud. "Time is like a river. You cannot touch the water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of life." Randall By Fawna Barrett Hurricane force wind and rain as- sailed this area Friday afternoon. Gauges caught around an inch in town, but with strong winds, it may not be accurate. North of town, nearly 1.5 inches was measured. A couple of former Randall resi- dents are experiencing some tough times. Ocie Miller had major surgery earlier this month and is still in the Mitchell County Hospital. Cindy DeLeon was in the hospital recently with some unexplained health prob- lems. She will be taking more tests this week. There was a large crowd at the annual meeting of Randall Farmers Co-op Union held Thursday evening at Jewell. Jewell Grocery catered the meal. Kris Williams, manager, gave a positive report of the year's business. Jerry Anderson was re-elected to the board. Debbie and Dennis Galoway were Saturday to Monday guests of Leota Clawson. Saturday they attended an auction in Jewell and Sunday Dennis Ionia went to another auction in Nebraska. Jay and Vickie Mahin were Sunday Pastor Sharp brought the Sunday luncheon guests, morning message at Ionia United Meth- Supper Club met for a meal in odistChurch. The message was"How Concordia last Tuesday and returned Embarrassing!" Scripture read was to the home of David and Jean Kadel Luke 14:l;7-14.RitaRosewasgreeter for dessert, and lit the altar candles. Perry Colson Gayle Kolias, who has lived in was usher. Ann Colson was the pianist Randall about two years, has decided and Linda Kohn was the organist. to return to Oregon. She lived in the RodRosebroughttheSundaymom- former Rhodes home on Second Street. ing message at the Esbon and Burr Oak Elaine Peters and other women from United Methodist churches, and later Beloit attended a Catholic Women's at the Burr Oak Nazarene Church. Conference in Colby Friday evening Coke Wright remains at the Ma- and Saturday. Sunday Dan and Elaine donna Rehabilitation Center in Lin- Peters and Paul and June Pumphrey coln, Neb.,anditisplarmedthathewill visited Rosie and J.R. Bosse, Onaga. be moved to the Golden Living Center Other guests were Roy and Sue Slae in Downs on Monday to continue his from Wyoming. rehabilitation. Guests of Ila McElroy last Monday Thursday evening, Leon and Karen were Jocelyn Bolte. Julie and Raelyn Boden attended the annual meeting Bolte and Kinley Cooper visited her andsupperhostedbytheRandallFarm- Saturday evening, ers Co-op Union. It was held at the Last Sunday Bruce Doty, Louisi- Jewell Community Center. ana, visited his aunt and uncle, Cliff Saturday,LouannaFrakes, Delphos, and Nevada Vetter, and most of his visited Frank and Pat Diemart. cousins. Saturday, Karen Boden attended a Last Tuesday Sandy Henningsen V.F.W.Auxiliarydistrictmeetingheld visited her mother, Judy Zimmer, and in Clyde. helped with mowing. Then she visited Rita Rose stayed last week in ColD- her dad, Roger Zimmer. Sunday Judy redo, visiting her two sisters and broth- Zimmer and Opal McElroy went to ers-in-law. She returned home Friday. Topeka to celebrate Angie Dreher's Saturday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli birthday a little late. They had lunch attended a Royals baseball game in out and went bowling with the family. Kansas City. Saturday eveningCliffandNevada Sunday aftemoon, Rod and Rita Vetter were surprised with an anniver- Rose, Jean Rose, Bob andTammy Lee, sary supper. Those attending that helped Bob Rose celebrate his 861h evening were Nancy and Bill Baser, birthday at the Golden Living Center, Elaine Peters, Phil and Kristi Vetter Downs. and family, Vickie Fenner and grand- Sunday evening, Dick and Gloria son Barrett, Earl Dunstan and girls, Schlaeflijoinedotherguests of Garold Jerry, Janea and William Peters. Mark, and Barbara Ohmstede, Guide Rock, Cecilia and Dakota Peters visited them for a wiener roast. Sunday. Kevin & Nikki Ost Kevin and Nikki must return to school, therefore the store will have new hours. We look forward to continuing to serve you during our new hours: Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 4 p.m - 6 p.m. Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. o Thursday, 11 a.m. -6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 106 N. Commercial St., Mankato, Kan.Find uson Facebook (785) 378-8133 (Former Dick's Furniture and Appliance) ..... JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS TREASURER'S QUARTERLY REPORT 'As OF JULY 31, 2016 TOTAL CASH IN TREASURY FUNDS GENERAL $ 914,836.83 ROAD & BRIDGE $ 1,648,950.09 EQUIPMENT RESERVE $ 199,432.$9 SPECIAL HIGHWAY $ 97,256.85 , ,,,, , ...... , , .......... CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PRG $ :].60,000.00 $ 115,008.19 $ 114,835.89 HOSPITAL MAINT [ $ 67,820.33 REG.DEEDS TECHNOLOGY $ B,404.95 i PUBLIC HEALTH $ 172,452.:I.4 NOXIOUS WEED $ 94,696.33 PUBUC HEALTH CAP OUTLAY $ 62,151.53 SPECIAL ROAD EQUIPMENT SPECIAL BRIDGE ; $ 10,000.ooI $ 47,419.98 $ il,204.15 $ 165,O19.42 $ 94,281.88 $ 975,518.95 $ 104,746.92 $ 487.07 $ 3,002.55 $ 1,708.26 $ B12.44 $ 1,422.65 $ 778.4B $ 2,514.81 $ 173.95 NOX WEED CAPTL OUTLAY AMBULANCE EQUIPMENT AMBULANCE SPEC EQUIP AMBULANCE APPRAISER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SOLID WASTE VENDING MACHINE TOWNSHIPS ALLEN ATHENS BROWNSCREEK BUFFALO CALVIN ERVING ESBON $ HIGHLAND $ 4,131.57 IONIA $ 1,192.03 MONTANA 442.56 ODESSA $ 1,130.49 PRAIRIE $ 1,546.40 WHITEMOUND $ 144.24 REAL ESTATE REDEMP RV TAX CMV IN LIEU OF SAFE PROGRAM MV TAX SPECIAL TREASURER DRIVER5 UCENSE VEHICLE SALES TAX SPECIAL LAW JEWEL CO 911 911 CLERK TECH FUND TREAS TECH FUND E-911 LEPC UNCLAIMED ESTATES PRTL PMT PRIOR YR R.E. TAX FIRE DISTRICTS FORMOSO FUNDS GAME $ 26.50 PATF $ 2,960.37 S DELINQUENT PERSONAL$ 6,417.10 UNDISTRUBTED TAX $ 370,448.67 BAN KRU PTCY $ 1,006.85 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ HARDY $ 6,373.29 SUPERIOR $ 2,914.97 ESBON $ 3,891.60 JEWELL $ 3,347.55 BURR OAK $ 5,115.97 $ JEWELL CO LIBRARY DIST$ 1,712.35 IS 6,043,629.19 55,408.15 2,850.59 3,056.00 328.45 130,072.99 52,103.98 69.00 35,861.95 11,825.26 170,798.56 21,280.92 1,B20.00 1,820.00 50,535.19 1,216.50 8,105.19 4,770.44 3,966.28 I DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR THAT THE ABOVE STATEMENT IS COMPLETE, TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE ," I,~1Y C ",,. BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELI~LP ME GOD. ,,~, .......... ~",~ ', r, ~ ." ~: ..... .:-#,-% COUNTY TREASURER, JE'WELL COUNTY KANS~ ~ ~a.\ ~ "~ ~ [ ", Co ;' .... #,," ,d..,,__.d.,,,, t .... SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORJ~F~ONATHIS ~=~' DAY OF ~f(~ri~tO%6 COUNTYCLERg'NOTARYPUBLIC._L~~~ ~MMISSIONEXPIRES /--~O'~'] l ~f~ (