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?- Oak Roesti was hostess to the morning Bible Study. and Kermit Jeffery visited White. and Edyth Frances and Bar- White attended the Day program at the White Monday morning and at :hool in the after- [ Mizner, Wyoming, and son Calif., LaVerna !Mankato, Oren Underwood, Underwood were Sunday Underwookf. of son Sam and wife in The2 , see and visit a r and husband and two great- McMains had eye sur- Superior. work in the post completed. She ,,there in January, filling postmaster. She drove 43 ray every day. Mrs. Jay Reed, Stamford, his sister Madeline Esbon, is home after p surgery. Her mother, Beth uperior, is staying with her. e McNichols and Anna Belle visited Beverly and Beth. Brown was hostess to the Country Club. attendance at the Methodist Church lturkey supper. Lorie Waugh Kitchen helpers were Carla Underwood. , LaVon and Kevin Cosand and Anna Belle the Gene Johnson home Yerhage Sunday were Allen, Helen morning was Acts was The Anatomy Passage Sunday evening 63. Theme was 'Joy in nty'. morning ch,lrch visitor Senti. Greeley, Colo. , to: Ethan Rust, Nov. Nov. 20; Rhonda et, Nov. 23. (Last week's news) were Ray, Robyn, DeBey. Num- Theme was 'Finding the in the Mundane'. Passage was Matthew 5:1-10. 'Why Me Lord'. Odell, Smith Center, r morn- Mike Nyhoff was in services Sunday evenmg. and Ashley Herrema, Den- i Hannah Koops, Ken, Mark and Sarah Colo.; were here to and visit. I Mason, Red Feath- visited the Ray DeBey and Jon Weavers, Smith church visitors Sunday. Brent Koops and Jill Mich., Charlene nrn and Dens Nicolai, AB Canada, all from Dordt t and Don Koops to: Lucy Vander Jana Eakin, Nov. 14; Nov. 16. were Madeline McMains, Wands Howard, Louise Korb and Harold Frances. Anna Belle Grubbs served at the "coffee hour at the UM Church Sunday morning. Callers of Barbara and Warren White were Don Diehl and Gerry and Lorie Waugh. The Diehl twins, Ivy and Edan, are taking horseback riding lessons from granddad Don Diehi. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates were dinner guests of Garry and Lorie Waugh, Kerry and Ryan. Lance Barnes visited his grandpar- ents, Cliff and Glennys Barnes. Diana Ord was a guest of her par- ents, Cliff and Glennys Barnes, while Jeff and the boys were deer hunting in the Guide Rock area. Cliff and Glennys Barnes hosted a pre-Thanksgiving supper. Attending were Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wilson, Jessica Barnes, Mattie Volker, Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ord and family, Darin and Lance Barnes, Amanda Hudson, Danny Barnes and Ranae Jacobs. Edna Fogo received word Saturday night that her nephew, Jim Fogo, old- est son of Kenneth and Mary Ann Fogo, Portland, Ore., had died. Peggy Wilson, Edna Fogo and Glennys Barnes were in Salina. Sportsmen, hunters help create local lake (Continued from 1A) names include Turtle Head Bend, Cat Tail Cove, Plum Thicket Shores and Trapper Hollow. The Kansas Fur Harvesters Dist. 3, helped plan and build the group shelter house and they have meetings there every year in June. "Jewell County State Fishing Lake is a peaceful lake and I feel that's why people njoy it here so much," Nyhoff said. Republic UMW meet Republic United MethodistWomen met at the church Nov. 7. Anita Cline presided and the purpose was given in unison. Anita also gave devotions and prayers were said for the ill in the community. She thanked those who served and furnished food for the Lin- den sale. Roll call was a favorite Thanksgiving recipe exchange. Marilynn Birrell reported on the 24 hour telephone call line. The Republic Unit received the 5- Star and the UMW reading program recognition certificates. It was decided to send Christmas contributions to McCurdy; Red Bird, Youthville, Tom Counts in Haiti and the Bishop's Chil- dren Fund. This is the year for the mitten tree and a larger one will be provided. It was decided to sell pie at the community supper Dec. 9 when the Belleville High Show Choir will enter- tain. The unit accepted the:offer to host a Tastefully Yours Party. The lesson "Healing the Whole Person" was presented by Betty Bouray with the assistance of several mem- bers. World Thank offerings were given as "Amazing Grace" was sung. Ethlyn Smith gave Mission Minutes. Host- esses were Marge Seybold and Mary Agnes Johnson, who used a Thanks- giving theme. The Trend Continues It isn't what the voter stands for nearly as much as it is what he falls for. RADIO SHACK AFTER-THANKSGIVING o; o SAL NOV. 29 - 7 A.M. TO NOON QUANTITIES LIMITED! lower Products Radio Shack Improvement 785-243-4313 . 209 W. 6th 786"243"2028Downtown Concordia NClAL UPDATE Investing, Saving, Estates, Long Term Care : Linda Stewart, Investment Representative and Assistant Trust Officer Central National Bank and John Hartmann, Trust Officer, Central National Bank Will discuss Investing and Long Term Planning Wednesday, Dec. 4 6:30 pm. Buffalo Roam Steak House *** Join us for supper *** Call 785-378-3162 for reservations tral National Bank Mankato, Kan. Shoppers examine the wares at the craft and bake sale at Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care last week. Profits from the sale are used to support the activities program in long term care. q 9mmissioners conduct routine county, business Jewell County Commissioners were informed about the sale of a sheriff's department car when they met for the weekly meeting Tuesday. David Baird, undersheriff, reported bids are being accepted for a 1995 Ford patrol car with bids be opened Nov. 25 at 1:30 p.m. Baird said Sheriff Kim Ost had placed an ad in the county newspaper about the sale of the car. Jim Vaughan, solid waste director, reported having received two tons of newsprint from Superior. The depart- ment is in the process of getting a new contract with Loveweli Lake for solid waste disposal. Vaughan reported he needs to order a new printer for print- ing billing statements. Commissioner Frank Langer ad- vised the sheriff's department of com- plaints from the northeast part of the county. Delbert Bird requested that some work needed to be done on the rpad to the west of hE house. He requested that some gravel be placed and to pull up the shoulders of the road. Three executive sessions were held. All sessions were to discuss non -elected personnel. No action was taken. Jim Foster, general superintendent, reported he had an agreement from the Central National Bank for refinancing the equipment and he would have the county attorney review it before he proceeds. Foster was advised about Bird's requests. Foster presented a joint waterway agreement to be signed for Loran Schaffer, along the south side of the SW 1/4 of 27-3-, Center Town- ship. The aeemenl;was approved. Nadine Batch was reappointed to the North Central Flint Hills Agency on Aging Board of Directors with the term expiring Dec. 31, 2004. The commissioners approved a resolution pertaining to the 5-year Regional Solid Waste Management Plan. Payroll dated Oct. 31 and bills dated through Nov. 12 were paid: Health 9700.25; General 57460.55; Road and Bridge 83089.31; Solid Waste 14858.57; Appraiser 4994.93; Clear- ing Acct. 38999.01; Noxious Weed 6551.70; Ambulance 15279.91; Tower 44.34; LEPC Grant 187.64; 911 470.86; Total-231637.07. Commissioners and clerk attended a joint meeting with the Osborne and Smith County Commissioners in Osborne. County clerks from each county and the highway administrator from Smith and Osborne Counties were present. The group discussed these topics; state health insurance, road maintenance for roads along the Smith- Osborne County line, HHW Certifica- tion for Osborne County, C&D regula- tions, KAC legislative platform and emergency manager. The group decided to have the next joint meeting at Smith Center, Jan. 27. Commissioners in attending were Doyle Alcorn, Stanley Colson and Frank Langer. UMW have lesson on health issues Trinity United Methodist Women learned of health issues around the world as Nancy Anderson led the les- son for the World Thank offering at a recent meeting. Scripture from John was read by Betty James. Members dedicated their thank offering as it was placed on the worship table. Sally Engei conducted the business meeting. Susan Topliff was welcomed as a new member. The unit received a 5-Star certificate for 2001 and will reach 2002 goals. James reported on a Tennessee unit' s work of providing sleeping caps for cancer patients and bears for chil- dren in a nearby hospital. Legislative day is Feb. 11 in To- peka. Spiritual retreat is April 5 at Delphos with Billie Blair leading "Fill My Cup." Mary Mayhew'had the new reading books for 2003 and reviewed reviewed two books. Two books on the reading list are in the Jewell Library. I11 of the community were acknowledged in prayer. A donation honoring the two missionary couples, chosen by the unit, was approved. Thank you notes were read from Elaine Snfith, incoming dis- trict secretary, and from Ardeth Wil- We Care Your home and auto are important to you. That's why our agency works hard to provide you with the right protection. son and family. Plans were made for refreshments after the Christmas program Dec. 15. Tw o angels will be selected from the angel tree with Kay Ross and Candace Durant buying the gifts. Betty James was hostess. UMW hear lesson on keeping life simple Ways to keep life from becoming overwhelming was the locus of the Response magazine report presented by Ann Tedrow at a recent meeting of Harmony United Methodist Women. Coralyn Kaufman presented the program. "World Thank Offering" with assistance from Jeanne Bleecker, Vir- ginia Rightmeier. Rosalie Menhusen and Elaine Smith. Their talks about women in other countries in the world were enhanced with the use of maps and a globe. Rosalie Menhusen. vce president, presided at the business meeting. Concerns were expressed for Mary Boyd and for the families of Lyle Powell, Marvel Judy and Betty Murray. There was concern expressed about the 330 missionaries who may be dismissed from the mission field be- cause of the lack of adequate funds. The district meeting at Jewell was discussed and each officer presented a brief account of the class attended. Coralyn Kaufman is in charge of the lending library. Future program dates were an- nounced. Dec. 7 is the date for UMC annual Christmas Bazaar. Rebecca Circle will be in charge of crafts and sewing. Sarah Circle will have foods and coffee bar. Dec. 8 is the Christmas Program at the Mankato High School Little Theatre. Dec. 18 both Circles will assetnble Cheer Baskets. Beth Tyler and Ethel McNabb. Sa- rah Circle, were hostesses Some marriages are made in heaven. but they ALL have to be maintained on earth. Bad Pun Old golfers never die. They just get tee'd off and putt away. Farmway Credit Union Mankato, Kan. Will be CLOSED on Thursday, Nov. 28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday Have a nice Holiday! Whether it's your home, auto or business, our agency offers the Allied products you need with the Premier Service you deserve. Oefobar K'ffudonf8 of fho Monfh Jawoll Jr.-Er. High ehool Call today. Citizens State Agency Max E. Burks 115 N.Columbus Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3644 Allied Insurance member of Nationwide Imturanee ,Macom Com  nw w .amfr m.me comv Heartland Bank Member FDIC Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3241 Tracy Bohnert is the High School student of the month. Katelyn Peters is the Junior High student of the month. Congratulations Tracy and . Katelyn! Pioneer Seed Representative Bohnert Welding Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3238 Thursday, November 21, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESF 5B Mankato JH defeats Hillcrest, PV, Jewell "The Mankato Junior High boys' Mahkato vs. Jewell basketball team open the 2002-2003 basketball season Nov. 12 with a vic- tory over Hillcrest at the Jewell Pre- Season Round Robin. The final scores were Mankato 47, Hillcrest 30; Mankato 45, Pike Valley 31 and Mankato 53, Jewell 34. Mankato vs. Hillerest Leading the balanced offensive at- tack for the JH Cougars were Alan Wagner, JeffZadina, JeffCheek, Adam Badger and Lee Simon With 6 points fach. Dustin Waite added 5 points while Neal Jeff cry and Patrick Christie added 4 points each. Steve Banks and Nell Bonjour rounded out the team scoring with 2 points each. Waite led the team in rebounding with 6 followed by Badger and Wagner with 5 rebounds each and Cheek, Paul Jensen, Christie and Banks with 4 each. As a team the Cougars shot 23 for 52 from the field for a 44 percent average. The Cougars were only 1 for 5 from the line. This years' JH Cougar team con- sists of 21 members. They are eighth graders: Rob Wilson, Jeff Zadina, Nell Bonjour, Aaron Melby, Steven Walker, Alan Wagner, JeffCheek, Kyle Pierce, Paul Jensen, Adam Badger, Dustin Waite and Steven Banks. Seventh grad- ers are Lee Simon, Mitch Martin, Neat Jeffery, Patrick Christie, Josh S udermann, Scott Banks, Keith Pierce, Shaun Davis and Austin Winslow. They are coached by Dale True. Mankato vs. Pike Valley The second game of the Jewell JH Pre-Season Basketball Round Robin found the Cougars facing the Pike Valley Panthers. The Cougars put to- gether a fine team effort and came away with their second victory of the season with a 45-31 victory. Wagner led the Cougars in scoring with 14 points. Badger added 10, Cheek contributed 8, Simon scored 5, Christie and Waite followed with 3 points each and Zadina added 2 points. Wagner led the team in rebounding with 10 followed closely by Badger with 9 and Waite with 6. Badger led the team in steals with 7. The team shot 19 for 55 from the field for 35 percent and added 6 for 20 from the free throw line for 30 percent. The third game of the Jewell JH Pre-Season Basketball Round Robin pitted the Cougars against the Jewell Wildcats. The Cougars struggled the first half but led the Wildcats at half time by the score of 27-24. The Cougars came out in the sec- ondhalf and put together a fine defen- sive performance and shut down the Wildcats for a 53-34 victory and a first-place finish. The Cougars out- scored the Wildcats 26-10 in the sec- ond half. Scoring for the Cougars were Bad- ger with 18 points and Waite with 16. Simon poured in 10 points, Wagner added 8 points and Cheek rounded out the scoring with 1 point. As a team the Cougars shot 22 for 48 from the field for46 percem. Waite went 7 for 8 from the field for 88 percent shooting. At the free throw line the cougars were 9 for 27 for 33 per- cent. Cheek led the Cougars in Cougars in rebounding with 9 followed by Bad- ger with 8, Wagner with 7, and Waite with 6. Badger led the team in steals with 7. Next up for the JH Cougars will be Southern Cloud. The JH Warriors come to town to play today (Thursday). Game time is 4:30 p.m. with the JV girls playing first. 171'I, coa_ches pick all- league volleyball team The Pike Trail League coaches se- lected the following players to the PTL volleyball team: Laura Trecek and Holly Harris, Hillcrest; Beth Gillett, Mankato; Kelsey Frager and Deidre Fger, North Central; Rachelle Meiby and Jamie Barrett, Pike Valley; Chris Fischer St. John's; Casey Henningsen, Kelly McPeak and Buffy Bean, Waconda East and Janelle Tucker, White Rock. Those named honorable mention are Kara Kolman and Tabayia Kopsa, Hillcrest, Shannon Snell, Jewell; Lind- say Gallion and Chantelle Frager, North Central, Mary Kate Ludwig, St.John's; Karl Albert, Waconda East and Robyn Konen, White Rock. JEWELL COUNTYs KANSAS TREASURER'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT As OF OCTOBER 31, 2002 TOTAL CASH IN THE TREASURY AS OF THE ABOVE DATE ...................................... $2,018,368.62 FUNDS l Fund Balances General ..................................................................................................... 459.623.32 Road'and Bridge ...,; ................................................................................. 545.711.99 Special Bridge .; .......... :. .....  ....................................................................... 52.015.97 Special Highway Improvements .............................................................. 123.202.41 Hospital Maintenance ................................................................................ 13,575.47 Public Health ............................................................................................. 51,834.69 Public Health Capital Outlay ..................................................................... 54.364.52 Noxious Weed ........................................................................................... ! 3,725.37 Noxious Weed Capital Outlay ................................................................... 26,344.58 Ambulance ................................................................................................. 25,486.45 Ambulance Equipment ................................................................................ 9,249.46 Ambulance Special Equipment .................................................................... 4,224.39 Appraiser .................................................................................................. 38,989.65 Employee Benefits .................................................................................. 265.340.34 Bond and Interest ....................................................................................... 38,426.08 Solid Waste ................................................................................................ 92,731.28 Hardy Fire District ...................................................................................... 5.047.38 Game Licenses ............................................................................................. 2,248.00 Stray Animals .............................................................................................. 2,423.48 P.A.T.F ........................................................................................................... 890:63 Unclaimed Estates ........................................................................................ 3,355.07 Real Estate Redemption ............................................................................. 28.438.05 Vehicle Miscellaneous ..................................................................................... 468.50 Motor Vehicle Current Tax ........................................................................ 33.327.75 Personal Tax Judgement ................................................................................. 210.76 Special Law Trust Fund .................................................................................. 668.79 Special Treasurer ....................................................................................... 19.347.01 Vehicle Sales Tax ........................................................................................ 9.835.41 Personal Tax Sheriff .................................................................................... 3,422.52 R.V. Tax ...................................................................................................... 1.281.29 CDBG Grant ................................................................................................ i.333.11 911 ............................................................................................................. 49,909.73 LEPC Grant .....................  ...... :. ................................................................... 2.579.62 Refunding Warrants ............... : .................................................................. (4,487.28) Cash Long and Short ............................................................................... :.... (I 16.81) Bond #2-02 ............................................................................................... 10,093.62 Bridge Bond #1-99 ..................................................................................... 12,597.99 Jewell County Tower ................................................................................... 3,104.40 .lewell County Flexible Benefit Plan ............................................................ 1,438.37 Advance Tax 2002 .......... +., ........................................................................... 451.98 FUNDS Reg of deeds technology ................................................................................. 884.00 TOWNSHIPS Allen ............................................. General ................................................ 1.831.36 Athens ............................. : ............. General ................................................... 944.73 Brownscreek ................................. General ................................................... 763.43 Buffalo .......................................... General ................................................... 254.80 Buffalo .......................................... Fire ...................................................... 1,162.97 Burr Oak ...................................... ,, .................................................................. 421.41 Calvin ............................................ General ..................................................... 25.41 Calvin ............................... /. ........... Fire ........................................................... 27.54 Center ................................................................................................................ 63.58 Erving ........................................... General ................................................... 135.90 Erving ........................................... Cemetery ................................................ 103.15 Erving ........................... : ............... Fire ......................................................... 426.93 Esbon .............................................................................................................. 149.10 Grant ................................................................................................................. 13.93 Harrison .......................................................................................................... 105.49 Highland ..................................................................................................... 1,372.22 Ionia .............................................. General ............................................... 1,250.47 Jackson .................... :.,x ................ General ................................................... 109.56 Montana ............................................................................................................ 29.61 Odessa .........  ................................. General ............................................... 1.116.09 Vicksburg ............. . ....................... General ................................................ 2,000.76 Walnut .:. ......................................................................................................... 169.40 Washington ..................................................................................................... 100.74 CEMETERIES Cemetery District'# 1  ..................................................................................... 233.66 Athens ........................................................................................................... 169.48 Center....: ......................................................................................................... 716.78 Fatrview .......................................................................................................... 113.45 Ionia .................................................................................................................. 90.24 Jewell .............................................................................................................. 269. 19 Laurel Hill ......................................................................................................... 36.17 Pleasant Prairie ................................................................................................ 81.47 Star .................................................................................................................... 17.54 Un o] 06 3 ace ......................... """ "" " """ "'"'"'""'"'"-"'"'"'"'"'" -" '"" -...'..'.'""....'......................,........,....'366.39 Wal TOTAL ................................................................................................. 2,018,368.62 I do olemnly swear that the aboe statement ts complete, true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. Lynn Scarrow County Treasuer, Jewell County, Kansm Subscribed and wor to before me this 12th day of November. 2002 STATE OF KANSAS 1 JEWELL COUNTY SS  County Clerk. Notary Public