THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE, Thursday, May 1?., 1988 RICHELLEAHLVERS of Pike Valley High School, Scandia, was selected to attend the Governor's Scholars Award Program on May 1 in Topeka. The recognition ceremony honors the top one percent of Kansas high school seniors, and is coordinated for Governor Mike Hayden by the Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force. Toppy Day' Is Next Thursday, May 18 - American-Lagion Auxiliary-voIuntMn will distribute the familiar red, handcrafted poppies honoring America's war dead on Thursday, May 19, which has been designated "Poppy Day" by Auxiliary Unit No. 133 of Belleville. Planned to comcide with the Memorial Day holiday, the annual event honors veterans who have died and Americans who have served their country the past 71 years. Proceeds from the distribution benefit local programs serving veterans and their families. The poppies are made by hospitalised and disabled veterans with materials provided by the Auxiliary. The poppy program has been a part of Auxiliary activities for more than 66 years.' Mrs. Douglas (Helen) Clarke is chairman of this year's event. Historic Tour To Visit North Central Kansas Leon Gennette, Concordia, will host a tour called "Havmg a Historic Day" on Scandia Plans May 28 A liimn i Banquet 1^^:^ " ^"^^ Departure from the TG&Y Plata in Alumni Association officers. by the Scandia CofrespondenI Directories cont^ning names and addresses for over 1,200 Scandia High School graduates have been sent to members in 21 states. The listings were revised tliis year, and copies arc available from LOCALS Guests from a distance attending the Fogo-Fallis wedding April 9, were: Mr. ai)d Mrs. Earl Fallis, Albuquerque, N.M., Wynona Fallis, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Fallis, Widiita, Kay Fogo, Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Fogo, Andy, Josie and Shawn, Hereford, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Rick Fogo, L*e suid Jeremy, Greeley, Colo., Mr. and Mi -8. George Fogo, Melissa and Daana, Wichita, Stephanie Fogo, Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brahmsteadt, York, Simday dinner guests of Lillian White were; Mr. and Mrs. Shorty White and ('.Tiry, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Piersee u.ii daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan luiinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. .crett Johnson, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Cibolski. LEGAL si published in The Belleville Telescope, Thursday, May 12, 1988)-3t ' . THE DISTRICT COURT OF REPUBLIC iirv, KANSAS the Matter of the Estate of Lester "an. Deceased, Case No. e7 -P-33, NOTICE OF HEARING i i INAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE OF CO-EXECUTRIXES . STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS . iiCERNED: are hereby notified that a Petition has :i filed in this Court by Carrie Deltman and ' -via Svoboda, duly appointed, qualified and : Co-Executrixes of the Estate of Lester • .ilnian, deceased, praying that their acts be •i 'lroved; that their account be settled and ' .Aved, that the Will be construed and the ; irfte be assigned to the persons entitled •;!o; that fees and expenses be allowed; ! ,', ii-.e costs be determined and ordered paid; i . 'he administration of the Estate be closed; ; the Co-Executrlxes be discharged and • !hey be released from further liability. 'cj are required to file your written • •ti'ses thereto on or before the 3rd day of . >/ 1988, at ten o'clock a.m. of said day. In - I (Jourt, in the Cily of Belleville, in Republic ' 'iiy', Kansas, at which time and place said ' • 't.; will be heard. Should you fail therein, : ii ;ient and decree will be entered in due ji.se upon the Petition. Carrie Dettman AJmira Svoboda Co-Executrlxes ./v 'Oren & SIMMS I !i M Street •.••:'(:v;'ie, Kansas 66935 • >--,o (913) 527-5316 ..i'.;.'neys for Co-Executrlxes 5-26 The Scandia High School alumni dinner and program are planned for Saturday, May 28. Approximately 400 persons are expected, with tickets sold to alumni in 10 states at the present. Scholarships (or members of the Pike Valley High School senior class will be awarded. The Alumni Association will give two scholarships this year, and the Mildred McLaurin and Todd Cardwell Memorials will also be announced. A project to reframe pictures of all of the graduates from 1892 to 1963 is being completed. The new frames are being hung in the north entrance of the high school building. Mrs. Joan Fuhrman, teacher at Pike Valley High School, has been assisting the committee working toward the project's completion. Morrowvllle Club Hosts Mother's Day Luncheon By the Wotrowvllle Conosporidoni Monday Evening Club of Morrowviile held a Mother's Day luncheon May 2, at the high school cafeteria. A "Teddy Bear" thenie was carried out. Twenty-seven guests were present from Morrowviile, Haddam and Washington. •TVaces" of North Central High School presented several musical prtmbers. VicJcie L'Ecuyer read a poem, and with Lynette Zenger presented a duet play. A potted plant was presented to the hostesses from the "mothers". Concordia will be by 7:30 8 .m. with a stop in Belleville at the Bel Villa for passengers. The group will visit the Pawnee Village Museum near Republic, the Dane Hansen Museum at Logan, and Cathedral of the Plains and the Garden of Eden at Lucas. Gennette said the tour should arrive back at Concordia about 7 p.m. that evening. Reservations and more information may be obtamed by calling 913-243-1084 or 2433768. Infantry Brigade Holds Topeka Reunion The 69th Infantry Brigade will hold a reunion May 12-15 at the Holidome in Topeka for members of the Kansas Army National Guard unit who were activated m 1968 in response to the Pueblo Crisis. This reimion marks the 20th anniversary of their ^ call-up. The 69th Brigade was activated April 11, 1968, when a presidential order called 12,867 Army Guardsmen from 17 states into federal service. All major commands of the brigade were Kansas based except for the 2nd Battalion, 133rd Infantry, which was an Iowa mechanised infantry battalion. The 69th Brigade was sent to Fort Carson, Colo., and from there many of the soldiers were sent to Vietnam on an individual basis. For additional information, contact" Command Sgt. Maj. Jack L. Elliott, P.O. / Box C-300, Topeka, Kans. 66601-0300 PROTEST BRIDGE REMOVAL—The Kansas State Historical Society plans to take photos and complete otticial documentation on this span bridge located a mile and a half south of Belleville oft K Street before the county can raze the bridge and build a new structure. The bridge was built In 1899 over the Republican River near Warwick In the extreme northwestern corner of the county. Pieces of the span were moved In the 1940s to this site and two other locations for creek crossings. Engineers have determined the bridge Is becoming unsafe for travel, and construction of a new bridge is planned for 1989. A plate on the bridge (shown inset), lists county officials in 1899 as A Wegal, Wm. Bell and A.W. Miller as county commissioners, D.Y. Wilson and county clerk, and I.C. Ware as surveyor. State Historians Attempt To Save Truss Bridge (Continued from Page lA) the historical society originally said would be billed to the county. H^din; met with members of the Kansas Historical Society board and the Kansas Department of Transportation in Topeka in March about the bridge. The county Reception to Honor Spannenberg On Retirement As Teacher, Coach A reception this Sunday, May 15 at the Belleville High School cafeteria, will honor a district educator ending a career spanning more than 30 years. Gene Spannenberg will be honored guest at the reception, to be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Spannenberg moved to Belleville in 1950 as a catcher for the Belleville Blues semi-pro baseball club. Thirty-seven years later, sport remam an important part of Spannenberg's career. He began teaching at BHS in September, 1951, and served as head boys varsity basketball coach for almost 20 years, assistant football coach for 17 years, freshman basketball coach for three years, girls basketball for four seeisons, and golf i Preai*rang«in«nt— It's time j^eD spent. By arranging the details of a funeral In advance you can take care of many of the decisions concerning your funeral. Prearrangement will give your family the guidance tney need concerning the type of service and costs you feel are appropriate. Very simply, Prearrrangement is just part of putting your affairs in order. We've found the best way to get started Is to send for our free planning booklet entitled, "A Guide to Planning Ahead." To receive your copy, please feel'free to contact us. BACHELOR-FAULKNER-DART Phone H7-im GENE SPANNENBERG coach continuously since 1952. He was athletic director for five yean. Spannenberg has also sponsored the Belleville High School Fellowship of Christian Athlete huddle group since the late 1950s. He has taught physical education, American history, social science, biology, and driver's education. Spannenberg attended Wright College in Chicago, m., and after a tour of duty in the United States Army, received a BS from the University of Dlinois in Champugn. He received his MS from Kansas State University in 1961, and was selected to attend the American History Institute at LEGAL (First publishied in Ttie Belleville Telescope, Thursday, May 12, 19Be)-1t NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the Qovernlnq body ol Rosemound Cemetery District #27 RJ Republic County, Kansas, will meet on Monday, the 30th day of May, 1088, at 8:00 p.m. at the Ward Aurand residence to consider the 1889 budget of $2,360.00. Any questions, objections, or amendments will be heard at that time. Actual expenditures lor 1087 were $878.50 and estimated expense for 1088 are $2,100. Amount of tax levied In 1087 was $2,000.00 and 1988 tax levied Is $1,100.00. Valuation lor 1987 was 1,109,710, Valuation for 1088 has not been determined at publication time. Detailed budget Information Is available at the residence of John McCorkle, at the hearing, and also at the Coilnty Clerk's Office, This 1089 CemateiV Budget la prepared and printed under the authority of KSA 1084 Supp. 1T-1-330: r " , -—^~ ' John McCorkle .1 Treasurer • 5-12 KSU in 1966. He is a member of the K-NEA, the Kansas Coaches Association, and the Kansas Driver and Safety Association. He was named CRCTA Master Teacher in 1973. Spannenberg supervised the Belleville summer recreation program first started by the Belleville Lions Club. The City of Belleville today administers the program. "One of the most gratifymg experiences at Belleville High School haa been working with so many fine people: students, student athletes, coaches, administrators and staff members," says Spannenberg. "Teaching is rewarding to me when I realize the many young people who have gone on to become fine citiiens and outstanding leaders in their jobs, professions and communities." Kassebaum's Representative To Belleville May 18 Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum's regional representative, Bette Jo Roberts, will have office hours m Belleville Wednesday, May 18, from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. Sht will be located in the commissioners' meetmg room in the basement of Republic County Courthouse. Constituents who are experiencing any problem with federal agencies, who have questions about federal programs, or who wish to express their opinions on federal legislation should visit On May 18 Roberts will also hold sessions from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. in Clay Center, from 11 to 11:30 a.m. in Washington; from 3 to 3:30 p.m. in Mankato; and from 4:16 to 5 p.m. m Beloit. On May 19 she will vint Concordia from 8:30 to 9:16 a.m. Nyle Miller and rtoyd Jofiiisra^ Vehicles Collide Floyd Johnson, Scandia was involved in a mmor accident Saturday, May 7, when his 1974 Ford pickup collided with a 1979 Chevrolet Caprice driven by Nyle Miller, Belleville at the intersection of JBth and K Streets. Accor<Mng to the police report Johnson, going west and attemptmg to make a U-turn, drove into Miller's driving lane. Miller tried to avoid the accident but was iihable to do elo. Johnsons pickup bumper, iitruck the ^Gller car on the passenger side fender and doors. recently learned federal cost sharing money may be available to pay for part of the documentation, perhaps 80 percent of the total cost. Hardm said this particular type of bridge, called a Pratt through-trugs multiple span bridge, is not the only one of its kind in the state. "I have a three-page document listmg all the other bridges of this type m the state," he notes. Hardm also said the historical society board was not aware that this bridge was built at a different location and moved over 40 years ago. The bridge measures 100 feet long by 16 feet wide, and contains a wooden deck. Current weight limit posted on the bridge is three tons. The new bridge planned for the location is one of five whidi commissioners issued bonds to pay for the coimty's share of their construction. The federal highway Deeds Filed Warranty Deed: Donald W. Earley and Elgic Mae Earley, husband and wife, to Donald W. Earley, Robert A. Earley, Marvin L» Earley and Mary M. Weaver. The W 1/2 of the E 1/2 of the N 1/2 of Lot 1, Block 14, Hogm's Addition to Belleville. Warranty Deed: FVank A. Rott to Gary L. McCarty. The S 36' of Lot 3, and the N 25' of Lot 4, Block A, Subdivision of Block 19, Hogm's Addition to Belleville. Warranty Deed: Max Lovewell and Lois Lovewell, husband and wife, and Jack R. Lovewell and Viola Lovewell, husband and wife, to Ytaak Standley, Darlyne Standley and Ralph Standley. The NE1/4 of the SW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and the S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 m Section 7, Township 2 S, Range 5 W of the 6th PM Warranty Deed: Bryan Sheridan Deal and Pamela Ann Deal, husband and wife, to the City of Cuba. Lot 6 of Block 12, original townsite, Cuba. Warranty Deed: Hattie A. Adams to Hattie A. Adams, Robert Duane Adams and Norma Jean Adams, husband and wife. The S 1/2 of Lot 3, Block 10, Hogms Addition to Belleville. Warranty Deed: John C. Sterba to Joseph V. Pachta. Lot 10, Block 23, original townsite of Belleville. Warranty Deed: Teresa Feight and Gene Feight, wife and husband to Rockm Leven, Inc. The NE 1 /4 and the E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 26, Township 3 S, Range 1 W of the 6th PM. Warranty Deed: Gene Feight and Teresa ~Feight,-faud}and.and~wife,~toSteve-F«ight.^ The N 1/2 of the SW Vi of Section 26, Township 4 S, Range 1 W <tf the 6th PM. Warranty Deed: Gene Feight and Teresa Feight, husband and wife to Steve Feight. The SE 1 /4 of Section 27, Township 4 S, Range 1 W of the 6tli PM. Warranty Deed: Emer C. Schou and Connie K. Schou, - husband and wife, to Federal Land Bank of Wichita. The N 1/2 of the NW 1 /4 of Section 34, Township 4 S, Range 2 W of the 6th PM. Wtvraaty Deed: Evelyn Hodges Redden, Vernon H. Haws and Shkley Hodgjns Haws, 'IttsFiiidlind wife to Los PifBnos,~Lic The W 94' of Lot 6, Block 6, Hallowell 's second addition to the City of Belleville. department will pick up the rest of the tab. While the state historical board approached the coimty about using local tax dollars to preserve the Warwick bridge, Hardm says the structure is not,salvageable. Moving the bridge to another site, such as the bow-string truss bridge placed at Rocky Pond in.Bdleville several years ago, is also not an economically feasible option in this case says Hardin. *We do plan on removmg the bridge after the documentation has been completed," he says. "This situation may hold us up on building the new bridge, and cost us additional money. "I very mudi believe m history and preservmg our heritage," he adds. "But m preserving history you can't go to ridiculous extremes." The controversy over the bridge is sunilar to a current mtuation m the Herington commtmity, where a former Rock Island depot listed on the State Historical Register was demoUshed by the railroad company owning the building. Kansas Attorney General Robert Steplum is looking for a legal way to force the railroad company to rebuild the depot, althou^ the community had no plans in place to preserve the building. Markets j Wheat Milo Com Soybeans May 10 2.69 2.78 1.94 6.64 Total Cost For Both Upper & LowerDentures SAME DAY SERVICE WE WANT YOU SATISFIED! Complete General Dental Service phia Omark HotpUaOty Cleaning By: Licensed Hygienist - Sandra While R.D.H. Adults $25 Child $18 Single Porcelain Crown* 150 3 Unit Porcelain Bridge $405 1st tooth extraction $15 Each thereafter $10 Please call for an appointment or WRITE FOR FREE DETAIL$ lr«Ml<rit k ( ! ,Mi«r I>1)S l)t'ii(<il < liiiit (417)46^7196 Hayward Drive Rl, 4. Box 19C Mt. Vernon. Mo. 65712 —In^U«6uri.
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