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8" THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 20, 2003 III Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs i The community Thanksgiving ser- vice will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday at the United Methodist Church., A fellow- ship time will follow. Dan and Lynn Dempsey went with a mission team to work one week in Mexico. Lorie Waugh and Marclla Ost hosted the Sunday morning coffee hour at the Methodist church. Gloria Carman Schlaefli has sold her house to Leah Hesting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calder visited Wihna Underwood. Edna Fogo received word that her nephew, Leslie Spooner, died in Cali- fornia. Leslie was the son of Lee and Lucille Spooner. He was born and raised in Burr Oak. He graduated with the Burr Oak High School Class of 1960. Earlene Jeffery and Beth Jeffery, Superior, and Anna Belle Grubbs had lunch at the cafe in Esbon. Warren White is taking therapy treatments three times a week at Mankato. Cliff and Glenny Barnes had lunch at a Red Cloud cafe on their 44th wed- ding anniversary. Danny Barnes, Darin Barnes, Eugene Morris, William Figgins, Gary Figgins and daughter and daughter-in-law and grandson joined them. In the afternoon Cliff and Glenny visited his sister, Dora Mac Meline, in Red Cloud. Cliff and Glenny Barnes and Diana Ord attended the middle school invita- tional basketball tournament at Agra. The White Rock boys won two out of three games. Harold and Edythe Francis had Sun- day dinner with friends at Franklin. Jack and Catherine Dyers and Louise Korb visited Gene and Marje Johnson ............................. Betty Brown hosted the Monday morning Bible Study. Phil Howard and friend Darrell, Andover, were weekend guests of Wanda Howard and did some pheas- ant hunting. Sandra Franco is home after two weeks in Mary Lanning Hospital, Ha~ings. Carl Gene Oliver, Wamego, visited his mother, Dorothy Oliver and went pheasant hunting. Doug McNichols and Rissa, Concordia, were Saturday callers on Winnie McNichols. Morris and Cheryl Hillman were at Ranae's Saturday evening to attend a birthday party marking her grandson, Jacob's first birthday. Jewell Kansas DAVE'S GUN SHOP Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Burr Oak Veterans salute the U.S. Flag during Veterans Day ceremonies at the White Rock school. During the program, Dan Dempsey, (far left, plaid shirt) spoke. Veterans in the foreground (from left) include Rick Harris, Jim Harris, Warren White (with cane), Gerald Boyles, Richard Gates and Oren Underwood. to attend the football game between Smith Center and Hesston. Hesston won the game. Scott Boden is the as- sistant coach for Hesston. Mr. and Mrs. Max Fiinn and Cody also attended. Scott and his family stayed all night Ionia with Karen and Leon. Jason and Krista Boden, Manhat- Travis Engelbert and RoyaTehrani, day.. tan, visited the Leon Bodens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moyer vis- Kansas City, were weekend guests of There will be an Ionia Community ited Harold Munsey at the Beloit Long Travis'grandparents, Harold and Neva ThanksgivingdinnerattheFellowship Term Care They also visited with Shoemaker. Hall at l 2 noon Sunday. Those attend- Janice, Sherri and Carl Rose, Guest speaker at the Ionia Church ing are to bring a salad or dessert and Wellington.TheRosescamethisweek- Sunday was John Wren from Manhat- their service. All are welcome, end to see their grandfather, Adam tan Bible College. Leon and Karen Boden and Wendell Rose. Wendell and Karen Moyer were and Karen Moyer attended a Legion Saturday supper guests of Munroe and supper and meeting at Jeweli.Jean Rose visited Ilene Alcorn Sat- Kathleen Little at Cawker City. Severalfamiliesfromtheloniaarea urday afternoon at the Jewell County Stan and Ann Colson helped with attendedthedinnertheaterattheJewell Long Term Care. the Jewell County Resource Council School. Conner Slate was one of the soup dinner held at Jewell. play performers. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and The IoniaChurch women will work Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bret Simmelink returned Sunday from at the Thrift Shop in Mankato on Fri- Boden and Terri went to Smith Center a trip to Florida. State of Kansas Amendment Notice of Hearing on Amending the 2003 Budget The governing body of Jewell County, Kansas will meet on the 1st day of December, 2003, at 10 a.m. at the County Courthouse for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed amended use of funds. Detailed budget information is available at and will be available at this hearing. Summary of Amendments 2003 Adopted Budget 2003 Proposed Amendment Expenditures Expenditures Fund Actual Tax Rate Amount of Tax to be levied Bond and Interest $30,497 $36,600 $75,515 0 ...... 0 0 0 Carla J. Waugh Jewell County Clerk i11 = 11 i _ ;,,-.,, TAX [.EVIES FOR 2003-JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS VALUATION 34,151,090- POPULATION 3,610 Rate expressed by miles per $1,000 valuation CITIES STATE General Fund .600 Kansas Educational Building Fund .600 State lnstituti0nr, Building Fund I'OTAL 1500 COUNTY General 18.238 Road and Bride:, 28.072 Special Bridge 2.498 Health 2.577 Appraiser's cost 2.174 Noxious Weed ! Ambulance Hospital Mai~ ; c.,a,, e Fmployee BeneJil , !)ond and Interest TOTAL COUNTY 8'),295 CENTRAL KANSAS LIBRARY SYSTEM General 1.294 Employee Benefits TOTAL 1.294 FIRE DISTRICTS Hardy Fire District #1 5.194 Superior Fire District #2 3.847 Esbon Rural Fire District #3 4.000 Jewell County Fire District #4 2.500 Burr Oak Fire District #5 4.449 Courtland Fire District #12 4.702 Formoso Fire District #6 4.204 CEMETERY DISTRICTS Athens t.443 Center 3.300 Fairview 2.206 Ionia t.576 Jewell 1.719 I.aurel Hill 5.862 Pleasant Prairie 1.47t Rosemound ,527 Star 2.443 Union .186 Wallace 1.295 #12 Cemetery District 1.291 ~rtii~ the forqoin$ t~ be a true =nd~orrect statj~ent of nil Icy. rot 2003. cAma J, AVGn d Jewell Connty Clerk Burr Oak E~4~)nFormt~Jev, d] Mankat0 Randall Webber General 17.210 14.09952.36223.19717.689 64.399 .000 Library 2.000 .00015.5245.5373.903 6.296 .000 Noxious Weed .000 ,000.000 .000 .424 .000 .000 Emp. Benefits 16.413 .000.000 15.839 15.478.000 .000 No Fund Warrant .000 .000.000 ,000 .000 .000 .000 Sp Street Mainten..000.000 .000 .000 .167 .000 .000 TOTAL 35.62314.09967.88644.57337.661 70.695 .000 General Sup. General - ~ ) E ( utlay UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT uso279 20.000 20.000 20.000 8.883 12.080 21.812 3.998 4.000 3.253 .000 .000 32.881 36.080 45.065 UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS USD333 US19426 General 20.00020.000 20.000 20.000 Sup. General 14.595 10.161 11,131 15,462 Capital Outlay 3.996 3.969 2.003 .000 Bond & Int. .000 7.861 .000 ,000 Special Assessment .000 .000 TOTAL 38.591 42.297 33.134 35.462 TOWNSHIPS Cem. Gen, Fire, Total Allen .0190 1.335 .000 1.335 Athens .000 .173. .000 .173 Brownscreek .0(30 .491 .0t30 .491 Buffalo .000 .175 .509 .684 Burr Oak .000 3.690 .000 3.690 Calvin .000 .212 .491 .703 Center .000 .182 .000 .182 Erving .169 .087 .435 .691 Esbon .000 .901 .000 .901 Grant ,000 .1300 .000 .000 Harrison .000 1.073 .000 1.073 Highland .000 .721 .000 .721 Holmwood ' .000 .000 .000 .000 Ionia .000 .717 .000 .717 Jackson .000 .000 .000 .000 Limestone .000 .000 .000 .000 Montana .000 .404 .000 .404 Odessa ,000 .860 .000 .860 Prairie .000 .898 .000 .898 Richland .000 .000 .000 .000 Sinclair .000 .000 .000 .000 Vicksburg .000 .000 .000 .000 Walnut .000 1.886 .000 1.886 Washington .000 1.557 .000 1.557 Whitemound .000 .000 .000 .000 City of Mankato Utility Report ,Connects: Feliksa Isles, 103 N. Clinton; Joshua Resto and Christina Ervin, 603 W. Monroe, Apt. 3; Dave Hazelwood 525 N. Clinton #16. Disconnects: Kathy Schoenberger, 603 W. Monroe #3; David Hazelwood, 124 S. East. By Edna Verhage Greeters for the Sunday services were Terry Koops and Mike Nyhoff. Passage Sunday morning was Joshua 24:14-24. Theme Sunday morn- ing was Where Do You Sit? Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 42 through 45. Theme Sunday evening was Trust in God's Ways. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Van Donge, Sioux Center, Iowa, were weekend visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Vander Giesen, Cimarron, were weekend guests of George Vander Giesen. Happy birthday to Dorothy Borger, Nov. 16; Ethan Rust, Nov. 17; and Jim Schlatter, Nov. 20. , Government commodities will be 1. This will be distributed at the Mankato National A bake sale will be Guard Armory Saturday from 9 a.m. to day at the Senior Center from 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Proceeds will Guests of Bill and Barb Thomas to tant cook's fund. celebrate Thanksgiving, pheasant sea- The Mankato High son, Debbie Allton's birthday and the Department willbe, Thomas' 45th wedding anniversary Robin Hood at 7 p.in. Friday were Lisa Sorensen, Vermillion, S.D.; urday in the school's Little Debbie and Kevin Allton, Darous The play in under the Wade, Katlin, Smolan; Rex Thomas Bethany Roe .... and Kathy Long, Mankato; Matthew City workers have been bUSyl~=~ Long and Brittany, Concordia; Chris ing the Commercial Street li t Belden, Guide Rock; Jerry The poles are now a bright silvo" Hickenbottom and Jamie, Joplin, Mo.; stead of green. Bob Hickenbottom, Springfield, Mo.; Mac's Kwik Stop and Dave, Kansas City, Mo.; and Vesta Texaco stations have and Sidney Dillinger protective tops over their Gayle Molzahn and Dale Sherrod, pumps. Longmont, Colo., performed four- The curb and hand, two piano music for the Evan- most completed and gelical Lutheran Church and the Har- provement, along High~ monyMethodistChurch,Nov.9. They Paul Wilson, C.I will give a benefit concert next sum- new sign on front of his mer at the Little Theater in Mankato. Commercial The F.S.A. office personnel and ing houses his accounting supervisors will be honoring a long- time employee, Janice Schmacher, with a retirement open house, Monday, Dec. y Clothes do not make the man. ~ make the impression. Board Certified Health Care Providers Available Daily Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. Dr. Rina Mina, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Services Acute Inpatient Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, Long Term Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holte: Monitoring, Stress Testing, Veneus and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, EndoscoPY, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardian Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ...................................... Intemal Medicine and Primary care Rina Mina, M.D .................................................. In;.ernal Medicine and Pediatrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ........................................................................... CardiologY Gary Chingren, M.D .......................................................................... OrthopediCS Leon Hughes, P.A.C .................................................................... Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice Jewell 102 South County Rural Health Clinic Center; Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 100 Cresb.,ue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 il is now offering to Kan well Neb StOp into our Superior office and meet our friendly sales staff. Motorola T720 Receive a car charger and changeable faceplate for 1 price with the purchase of a T720 or 3585i Nokia I 437 East Highway 8, Superior, Nebr. 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