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Great Gifts
for Moms
and Grads
Serving the Solomon Valley since 1901
By Sharon Sahlfeld
BELOIT – Beloit High and St.
John’s classmates are invited to join
and celebrate graduation with a
senior breakfast at 7 a.m. on
Wednesday, May 13. The event will
take place at the Beloit First United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall,
801 N. Bell who are sponsoring.
Tuesday morning was not a typical
day at the Methodist Church after a
special visitor made it’s appearance.
While a group of people were
attending Bible study around 8 a.m.,
just 50 yards away from it’s exit, a
deer decided to make it’s crashing
entrance through the church nursery
window in between the two east front
entrance doors. After discovering all
the hallway doors were closed the
intruder found a back door pried open
and exited onto the streets.
Some bible study members saw a
figure and thought it was a dog.
After investigating the incident,
deer hair was found along with the
back window smeared with blood from
the cuts it had received. The
conclusions were confirmed after a
BELOIT – Equipment for Rotary
softball will be handed out to coaches
at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, at
the equipment building located north
of the concession stand. Questions,
call John Cashatt, 569-7204
BELOIT – Quilt blocks are being
sold to help fund the Casa program. If
businesses or individuals are
interested in purchasing a block they
can contact Michele Hedrick at 7388276 or Glada Cooper at 738-8450.
Donations can also be left at S&S
Drug. Large blocks are $100 and
smaller ones are available at $50.
BELOIT – The ladies of P.E.O.
Chapter K are having a fundraiser to
raise money for a local student
scholarship to continue her education.
It will be held from 11 am - 1pm,
Friday, May 8, at the First National
Bank meeting room. The scholarship
will be awarded on May 11. This
event is to raise money for the future
scholarship.
Ray Rosebaugh is busy vacuuming the broken glass from the deer visiting
the Beloit Methodist Church early Tuesday morning. Pastor James
Brackett pulls glass outside the east side window.
by Chad Hallack
BELOIT – The Beloit Area
Prayer Breakfast will be held from
6:30 to 7:45 a.m. on Thursday, May 7
at the First Christian Church, 321 N.
Mill in Beloit. The speaker will be
Erin Burks , author of “Twice the
Blessing”. The breakfast is a freewill
donation.
BELOIT – A Hilltop Lodge
Memorial Service will be held in the
activity room at 2 p.m. on May 7 for
Delphine Muths, Kenton Lawson and
Betty McGee.
BELOIT – A Veterans Service
Representative from the Kansas
Commission on Veterans’ Affairs
will be in the area on Thurs., May 7
at the Beloit Municipal Building from
10 to 11:30 a.m. Mankato City Hall
from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The Kansas
Commission on Veterans’ Affairs is a
state agency that provides free
assistance to veterans and their
families with veterans’ benefits. Call
785-625-8532 for more information.
GLEN ELDER – The 9th Glen Elder
Lions Club Tractor Cruise will be held
at 9:30 a.m. from the Hopewell
Church in Glen Elder State Park,
Saturday May 16. For more
information contact Jim Slate at 785545-7082 or 545-3614 or e-mail
address is HYPERLINK
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BELOIT — Friendship Meals will
be on Monday, May 11. This week’s
meal will feature Hot open-faced
turkey sandwiches, mashed potatoes
and gravy, broccoli and cake. Serving
is from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall at
the corner of Bell and 8th street in
Beloit. A free will donation is
welcome.
On March 30 the Mitchell County Commissioners chose from a list of
options for the work scope on the Cawker Causeway refurbishment project.
Option Y was selected which allowed for 75 parking spaces and 12,365 linear
feet of three cable guard rail. The commissioners, however, wanted to look into
the possibility of reducing the number of parking spaces to 50 and increase the
total linear feet of guardrail by another 1,200 feet. As of Monday’s meeting, they
were still waiting for answers from the Central Federal Lands branch of the
Federal Highway Administration in Lakewood, Colo.
Questions were also raised as to whether existing cables, in good condition,
could be re-used as a cost saving measure. The commissioners will continue,
along with Public Works Director Larry Emerson, to answer multiple questions
and narrow down several remaining variables in regard to the overall project.
The commission is also seeking to have a cap set on a maximum project
cost. The total has already increased by over $300,000 since initial estimates
were made. The project is currently estimated at a total of $1.03 million dollars.
A letter was presented to the commissioners from Jeff Jerome of the Federal
Highway Administration seeking to authorize Emerson to give approvals
directly, on behalf of the county, during the project. The commissioners were
unable to reach Jerome by phone following the meeting in search of answers to
these questions.
It was noted at the beginning of the meeting that County Clerk Chris
Treaster will be in Lawrence on Tuesday through Friday this week for the State
County Clerks and Election Officials Convention.
EMS Director Kelly Hawk appeared before the commission for a 10 minute
executive session to discuss non-elected personnel. No official decisions were
made.
Emerson reported on public works saying that core drilling on the Jordan
bridge is returning positive results. He also found guardrail posts discussed at the
last meeting to replace rotted and broken ones discovered along the Glen Elder
dam road two weeks ago. He can order 72 replacement posts for $1,296 dollars
plus $600 freight for a total of $1,896 dollars which breaks down to a cost of
What’s all
the noise
about!
If the Mitchell County
Courthouse looks more
visible these days it is
because several large
trees have been
removed due to
disease. The trees are
being taken care of by
Wayne Miner’s Tree
Service of Beloit. Right:
Son Kevin Miner takes
on a big cedar tree that
once stood in the
northeast corner of the
building.
Sharon Sahlfeld photo
motorist reported seeing the deer
fleeing the crime scene.
“All God’s creatures are invited to
church but most dears are the two
legged variety,” said Methodist
Church Pastor James Brackett. “I
guess all God’s creatures go to church
occasionally.”
The deer was reported to the
Beloit police department as injured
and roaming around town but no
information was released on it’s
possible wearabouts.
Besides a broken window with
glass cleanup the church was spared
from other damage that could have
occurred if the animal would have
panicked.
It is unclear to why the deer
jumped through the window but it is
speculated that it was spooked in some
manner.
Sharon Sahlfeld photos
Deer fibers were found around the broken window and the back door
where it exited.
about $26 per post.
There was also a discussion about the recycling center at the fairgrounds
which is currently a financial responsibility of the County. Emerson asked if the
commissioners would consider turning the building over to OCCK who runs the
recycling operation. Chairman Tom Claussen said he would contact Barb Wise
to discuss possible options. The County currently pays the utility bills, taxes,
insurance. There were concerns raised that some toilets and urinals in the facility
run continually and will reflect as much on utility bills.
Emerson also reported that he is still waiting on delivery of two new
tractors purchased from Carrico Implement and expects to take delivery on
excavation equipment from CAT in July. He added that the scheduled 50
percent completion on a new pit being dug at the landfill could be finished as
early as midweek by NCK Tech if weather conditions are favorable. The other
half of the pit will be dug in the fall when NCK Tech resumes classes after the
summer break.
A make-up hearing was held prior to official approval of the new
Neighborhood Revitalization application process without any public objection or
discussion and carried unanimously. Commissioner Mike Cooper had high
praise for the program saying that he was first introduced to it as a contractor
before becoming a commissioner and was one of the first area residents to
utilize the program. He said he believes it to be a very important aspect of
encouraging growth and providing a positive impact on the local economy.
Mitchell County Economic Development Director Heather Hartman said other
E.D. directors she speaks with are amazed at how much and how well the
program is utilized in Mitchell County. Hartman estimated $50 million in total
applications had been approved under the program. Claussen added that the
program has been self-sustaining and not a cost in terms of lost revenue to the
County. He also voiced approval for how the program treats commercial and
residential projects equally.
The commissioners were heading to a four county meeting later on Monday
for lunch and an opportunity to discuss issues and exchange ideas with
commissioners from Jewell, Smith and Osborne Counties.
The next Mitchell County Commission meeting is scheduled for 8:30 a.m
Monday, May 11 at the courthouse.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Country
Club
Ladies
BELOIT – President Marlene
Mispagel called the meeting of
the Ladies of the Country Club
to order after a fine lunch of
Lasagna, green salad, and four
berry sorbet. In the past the card
players had eaten at separate
tables, but it was suggested at
the March meeting that the
pinochlers and the bridgers be
mixed up instead of segregating
them.
The
president
acknowledged that it was a
success and a lot more fun.
Marlene welcomed guests
Lou Mick and Pauline Allison.
Hostesses for the day were
thanked and next month Phyllis
Thull, Josie Hartman and Erma
Criswell
will
have
the
responsibility. Minutes for the
last meeting were read by
Secretary Terri Zimmer. Since
there was no new or old
business,
Vice
President
Marlene Moritz adjourned the
meeting with the following
quotation: “ You can close your
eyes to the things you do not
want to see, but you cannot
close your heart to the things
you do not want to feel.”
Winners on the bridge side of
the room were: first, Marlene
Moritz; second, Terri Zimmer;
third, Ginger Robinson. Victors
among the pinochle group were:
first, Erma Criswell; second,
Betty Melton; third, Shirley
Conley.
Prior to the meeting, on
Saturday, April 11, a brunch
was held to celebrate the
winners of the eight month long
Round Robin Bridge/Pinochle
Tournament. The overall bridge
winners were Jackie Larson and
Patty Rufener. Winners of the
Team I group were Phyllis
Thull and Mary Kay Eilert
while Team II victors were
Marlene Moritz and Ginger
Robinson.
The overall pinochle winners
were Myrna Prewett and Louise
Sutton. Winners of the Team I
group were Mary Gentry and
Diane Lutgen; Team II winners
were Jeanne Rieman and Clara
Lackey.
Published Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, except on New Year’ s Day,
Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Sharon Sahlfeld, Editor
Chad Hallack, Ad Sales
Rhonda Claussen, Production
Rick Larson, Circulation
Tyson LeSage and Deaira Pfortmiller
Pfortmiller, LeSage
announce engagement
David Pfortmiller, Beloit,
Bruce and Darcel Rexroat,
Downs, and Mark and Sue
LeSage, Stockton, announce the
engagement of their children,
Deaira Pfortmiller and Tyson
LeSage.
Grandparents of the bride are
Freida Pfortmiller, Natoma, the
late Arnold Pfortmiller, and the
late Irwin and Alta Stech.
Grandparents of the groom are
Ida Mae LeSage, Hays, the late
Dean LeSage, and the late
Myron and Gladys McDowell.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Fort Hays State University
with a degree in education early
childhood unified. She has been
Sporleder receives
FHSU graduate award
HAYS -- Jase Sporleder, an
M.B.A. student, received a
graduate teaching assistantship
at Fort Hays State University.
About $285,500 in financial
assistance -- scholarships and
graduate fellowships for the
2015-2016 academic year -were awarded at the annual
scholarship award ceremony of
FHSU College of Business and
Entrepreneurship on April 30.
About 300 donors, students,
parents and faculty attended the
ceremony. Awards included 169
scholarships to 134 students
amounting to roughly $159,500
and 18 full-time graduate
fellowships totaling about
$126,000, an average value of
$7,000 each.
April 28 at 1:47 a.m., officers
arrested Mara Hochstetler, 35,
Beloit, on a warrant.
April 28 at 1:49 a.m., officers
placed two juveniles into
protective custody.
April 29 at 3:57 p.m., offices
with
the
Beloit
Police
Department arrested John M.
Pizzifred, 37, Beloit. Charges
were
aggravated
indecent
liberties with a child, electronic
solicitation, indecent solicitation
of a child and unlawful
voluntary sexual relations.
May 1 at 2:26 p.m., officers
with
the
Beloit
Police
Department took a report of a
non-injury accident in the 500
block of East Main. A 2011
Ford F-350 driven by Stanley
Huiting, Downs, and a 2012
Ford F-150 driven by John
Shroyer, Beloit, collided in that
location.
May 3 at 3:33 a.m., officers
arrested Jimbalou Turner, 42,
Beloit, in the 100 block of North
Campbell.
Charges
were
burglary, criminal trespass,
attempted theft and attempted
motor vehicle theft.
May 3 at 2:27 p.m., officers
with
the
Beloit
Police
Department arrested Gerald
Ratcliffe, 23, Beloit, for driving
while suspended and expired
registration.
Tyler Harmon, Dalton Rothchild,
Cory Gerard, Josh Hiatt, Luis
Bouska-Ortega, Sharon Larson,
Aaron Davies, Branson Hiserote,
Colton Hayes, Brooklyn Riddle
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Delivery by Carrier (in Beloit):
Yearly, $59.00; Six months, $31.41;
Three Months, $16.74. Delivery by
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Months, $37.40; Three Months,
$20.19; Delivery by Mail (Mitchell,
Jewell, Lincoln, Osborne, Ottawa,
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Elsewhere in Kansas - Yearly,
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Three Months, $35.02
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employed as a kindergarten
teacher
at
the
Lincoln
Elementary school for the past
two school years. Beginning in
the fall, she will continue
teaching kindergarten at the
Chanute Elementary school.
The future groom is a
graduate of Fort Hays State
University with a degree in
geology. He is currently
employed with KDOT as a
geologist.
The couple plans to marry on
September 19, 2015 at
Ringneck Ranch near Tipton.
After a honeymoon, the couple
will reside in Chanute.
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Corn.............................. $3.28
Soybeans.......................$9.15
Wheat............................$4.60
Grain Sorghum..............$4.43
Corn..............................$3.33
Soybeans.......................$9.20
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Grain Sorghum..............$4.43
Corn...............................$3.33
Soybeans..................... $9.20
My wife and I
have been married for 30 years.
Before we met, I coerced a
woman into having sex. I did
not use physical force, but she
did not give consent. By today’ s
standards, this was, I think, a
clear case of date rape.
I have never told anyone
about this, and there is little
chance that we will ever
encounter this woman. So my
wife will never find out. Do I
owe it to her to tell her? I
believe that to do so could cause
serious harm to our marriage. -Anonymous and Conflicted
Society
is much more sensitive these
days (and rightly so) to
instances of sex without
consent, e.g., when the woman
is drunk or when someone in a
position of authority takes
advantage of a subordinate. We
are glad that this has been
bothering you for 30 years. It
shows that you have remorse.
Ideally, you would tell your
wife and have her support when
you voluntarily go to the police,
but you don’ t seem likely to do
that. You can discuss this with
your clergyperson or a therapist,
although depending on the
particulars of the date rape and
the state in which it happened,
there may be mandatory
reporting laws, as well as no
statute of limitations on the
crime. (For information on these
laws, contact RAINN at
rainn.org, or see a lawyer.) A
therapist also could help you
decide how to broach the
subject with your wife.
Is there a way to apologize to
the victim? This can be more
healing than you know, for both
of you. You might also
contribute to an organization for
rape victims. These things don’ t
at all make up for what you did,
but they are a step in the right
direction and better than doing
nothing.
You’ ve printed
several letters about bridal
showers and baby showers and
other occasions where gifts are
given.
Let me ask these young
women who expect their family
members to give gifts for every
one of these events: Do you
ever give your grandparents a
birthday present? Do you ever
send the great-aunts a Christmas
card? When your uncle is ill, do
you send flowers or a get-well
card?
Life is not about how many
gifts you can get. These young
men and women should count
the number of gifts they have
received
from
their
grandparents, aunts, uncles and
other close friends and family
members since their high school
graduations and then consider
what they have given in return. - Tired of the Gimme
Generation
Amen. Too
often the recipients of largesse
think the gravy train only runs
in one direction and they don’ t
need
to
show
similar
consideration to an older
generation. But what relative
wouldn’ t be thrilled to get a
birthday card from a great-niece
or a holiday card from a
grandchild without prompting?
If you have older relatives or
friends and have never thought
about sending them a card or a
gift or making a phone call on
their special days, please
remember all of the considerate
things they have done for you
over the years, and ask yourself
how you could express similar
kindness.
Annie’ s Mailbox is written by
Kathy Mitchell and Marcy
Sugar, longtime editors of the
Ann Landers column. Please
email your questions to
[email protected],
or write to: Annie’ s Mailbox, c/
o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd
Street, Hermosa Beach, CA
90254. To find out more about
Annie’ s Mailbox and read
features by other Creators
Syndicate
writers
and
cartoonists, visit the Creators
Syndicate Web page at
www.creators.com.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Beloit Jr.-Sr. High School Orchestra KATP
receives
Under the direction of Mr. Harbaugh
award
Playing the violin are front row: Tyler Long and Paul Finney; back row: Karson Brown,
Blaise Spangler and Gracie Wessling
Caden Emmot, Noah Easter and Audrey Finney play string
bass.
Kennedy Brown and Audrey Shamburg perform on the
violin.
Instructor Mr. Harbaugh leads Alyson Bowers, Chance Kopsa, Tayson Romero, Calvin
Duden and Jason Duden in a performance.
Brooke Vetter plays violin.
TOPEKA – The Kansas
Archeology Training Program
(KATP), sponsored by the
Kansas Historical Society and
the Kansas Anthropological
Association, has received the
2015 Award for Excellence in
Public Education: Community
and Public Programming. This
major award from the Society
for American Archaeology
(SAA) is considered only every
three years and demonstrates
that the KATP is among the
best
archeology
public
education programs in the
United States. The SAA is the
largest and most prestigious
archeological organization in
the Western Hemisphere,
dedicated to the research,
interpretation, and protection of
the archeological heritage of
the Americas.
According to Kansas State
Archeologist Robert Hoard,
“ The KATP allows the public
to participate in science.
Instead of listening to experts
describing and interpreting
evidence that they have
recovered, non-professionals
are given training and guidance
that allow them to work
alongside professionals to
uncover the evidence for
themselves . . . . The program
is designed to be as affordable
as possible and allows people
as young as ten years of age to
participate
under
the
supervision of a responsible
adult.” While
the
annual
summer field school is an
important component of the
KATP, the program also offers
opportunities throughout the
year, including seminars on
specific archeological topics
and an optional certification
program
that
encourages
participants to reach levels of
competence that they may not
have attempted otherwise.The
volunteer
program
has
participants who return year
after year, choosing to spend
part or all of their summer
vacations learning about and
contributing to what is known
about the Kansas past. The
national award validates the
commitment
of
these
volunteers.
For more information on the
upcoming KATP field school
in Ellis County, June 5-20, visit
www.kshs.org/14622 or contact
Public Archeologist Virginia
Wulfkuhle
at
[email protected] or 785272-8681 ext. 266.
H aving a
birthday or an
anniversary?
Sharon Sahlfeld photos
Chris Chandler, Belle Finney, Audrey Finney, Ayden Twaddell, and Noah Marozas
perform.
Erica Fairchild and Connor Mong play violin in the
orchestra.
Area Emporia State students to graduate
EMPORIA – Hats off to the
more than 1,000 candidates for
graduation at Emporia State
University.
U n d e r g r a d u a t e
commencement begins at 9:30
a.m. Saturday, May 16, at
William L. White Auditorium,
111 E. Sixth Ave., Emporia.
Graduate ceremonies begins at 2
p.m. in Albert Taylor Hall in
Plumb Hall on the Emporia
State campus.
Candidates for degrees from
this area include:
William Jones, Cawker City,
Master of Science degree in
Educational
Administration
with a concentration in
Educational Admin Prek-12.
Mehlina JoAnn McEntire,
Mankato, Master of Science
degree
in
Educational
Administration
with
a
concentration in Educational
Admin Prek-12.
Ashley
Jean
Brzon,
Concordia, B.S. in Business
degree in Management with a
minor in Marketing .
JoDee
Marie
Rothfuss,
Concordia, Master of Science
degree in Instructional Design
& Technology .
Joe Bain, a member of the
Kansas Board of Regents, will
speak at both the baccalaureate
and graduate ceremonies. Dr.
Donald S. Miller, retired
business professor and 2005
Roe R. Cross Distinguished
Professor, will address the
baccalaureate crowd.
Those graduating cum laude
earned an overall grade point
average of at least 3.5. Magna
cum laude requires a GPA of at
least 3.7, with summa cum
laude earning at least 3.9. Those
graduating
“ with
honors”
completed at least six honors
courses or activities in the
University Honors Program
with an overall GPA of 3.5.
Those graduating “ with high
honors” also completed an
honors thesis.
If you or some one
you know is having
a birthday or
annive rsary, ple ase
call 785-738-3537
or e mail
be [email protected]
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Courtesy photo
Beloit High School Boys Track & Field 75th Annual Relay Champions
The Beloit High School Trojan boys won the Track and Field 75th Annual Beloit Relays with a total of 138 points. Shown are front row, from l to r: Blaine Burks, Camden Harris, Daniel
Herndon, Gage DeGarmo, RJ Jackson, Dustin Reiter, Colson Reames. Back row: Dylan Chitty, Jace Adams, anthony Nunez, Carter Wessling, Brady Budke, Elliott Kimminau, Alex
Cooper, Brendon Mason Jarrett Arasmith, Austin Stover, Colin Budke, Hunter Budke, Ryan Jackson, Noah Smith.
Parker Gates
Claire Pastrovich
Karissa Winkel hands off to Alana Budke
Paige Hafliger
Daniel Herndon hands off to Colson Reames
Drake Kee
Ackerman Supply
Central National Bank
KVSV Radio
3147 US 24 Hwy • Beloit • 738-5733
120 E. Main • Beloit • 738-4044
3185 US 24 Hwy • Glen Elder • 545-3220
City of Beloit
Krier’s Carquest Auto Parts
AGCO-Sunflower Beloit
3154 Hallie Trail • Beloit • 785-373-5685
AGMark
118 W. Main • Beloit • 738-9641
All Things Exterior
3075 US 24 Hwy • Beloit • 738-5015
Asher Creek Farm Tire Service
3671 K RD • Beloit • 738-5605
Becker Autos & Trailers
3008 US Hwy 24 • Beloit • 534-1227
Beloit Auto & Truck Plaza
3133 US 24 Hwy • Beloit • 738-3573
Beloit Call
119 E. Main • Beloit • 738-3537
Beloit Medical Center
1005 N. Lincoln • Beloit • 738-2246
Beloit Motor Co.
223 E. Main • Beloit • 738-3511
Carrico Implement
3160 US 24 Hwy • Beloit • 5744
Catlin’s IGA
1010 N. Independence Ave. • Beloit • 738-5704
119 N. Hersey • Beloit • 738-3551
Crop Production Sevices
424 E. Elliott • Beloit • 738-6617
Farmway Co-op
204 E. Court • Beloit • 738-2241
Farmway Credit Union
200 S. Hersey • Beloit • 738-2224
First National Bank
101 E. Main • Beloit • 738-2251
•Fouts Insurance
121 E. Main • Beloit • 738-3558
Frasier, Johnson & Martin, LLC
116 N. Hersey • Beloit • 738-5723
Gray Drug & Fountain
201 S. Campbell • Beloit • 738-3142
Linton Insurance Agency
121 N. Mill • Beloit • 738-5128
Ludwig Chiropractic
115 N. Mill • Beloit • 534-1544
Meyer Chiropractic Center
119 N. Mill • Beloit • 738-5353
Mitchell Co. Abstract & Law Office
of Scott D. Wright, LLC
108 E. Main • Beloit • 738-2363
Prather Law Office
2470 340th RD • Beloit • 739-2660
Guaranty State Bank & Trust Co.
110 S. Mill • Beloit • 738-2285. 738-2287
610 N. Hersey • Beloit • 738-2000
KDNS/KZDY FM Radio
1937 US Hwy 24 • Glen Elder • 545-3220
Gabbie Smith
223 N. Mill • Beloit • 738-3526
S&S Drug/Home Health
Hiserote Trash Service
Kaley Broeckelman
Krone’s Service Center
100 S. Mill • Beloit • 534-1200
201 S. Mill • Beloit • 738-3501
Teegan Zachary
State Farm Insurance
100 W. 8th • Beloit • 738-2043
Zachary’s Ace Hardware
223 W.. Main • Beloit • 738-3121
Zimmer Auction & Real Estate
3127 US 24 Hwy • Beloit • 738-2010
Brendon Mason
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Beloit High
School Girls
Track & Field
75th Beloit
Annual Relay
Champions
The Beloit High School
Lady Trojans won the
Track and Field 75th
Annual Beloit Relays with a
total of 131 points. Shown
are front row, from l to r:
Britt Widrig, Alexis Burdke,
Alison Palen, Alana Budke,
Taryn Post, Kaley
Broeckelman. Back row:
Savanna Cox, Michaela
Pingel, Paige Halfiger, Erin
Kelly, Ocean Paul,
Patience Dickerman,
Shandrey Krone, Sydney
Johnson, Remi Behrends,
Carly Budke, Karissa
Winkel.
Courtesy photo
Bailey Shellito
RJ Jackson
Savanna Cox
David Lutgen
Britt Widrig to Kaley Broeckelman
Blaine Burks
Clara Eilert
Logan Eilert
Carter Wessling
Avery Gates
Brenna Eilert
Chad Hallack photos
RJ Jackson hands off to Anthony Nunez
Greg Gunderson
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
BELLEVILLE – The Beloit
Jr. Trojans competed in the
Republic County Relays here
April 30.
Beloit 8th grade boys
placed third with a score of 72
behind Marysville in first at 89
and Smith Center in second at
73.
The 8th grade boys earned
3 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze
medals, 3 fourth, 1 fifth, 2 sixth
place.
Gold medalists were Zach
Meier in the 400m dash in
55.10; the 4x800m relay team
in 4:01.89; Ryan Broeckelman
in the triple jump at 37’ 8.5”.
A silver medal went to the
4x100m relay team in 50.49.
Placing third were Chance
Kopsa in the 3200m run in
12:36.17; Meier in the long
jump at 18’ and in the 100m
hurdles in 15.10.
Fourth place went to Tate
Ahlvers in the 100m dash in
12.72 and in the 200m dash in
25.47; Colin Chandler in the
discus at 115’.
A fifth place went to
Colin Chandler in the shot put
at 36’ 7”.
Sixth place went to Ryan
Broeckelman in the 400m
dash in 58.44; Ahlvers in the
long jump at 16’ 2.5”.
In the Clay Center
Invitational meet Tanner
Dougherty placed second in
the shot put with a throw of
30’ 6” for the 7th grade boys
team.
Beloit 7th grade boys
placed second with a score of
120 behind Marysville in first
at 189. Smith Center placed
third at 45.
Beloit 7th grade boys
earned 5 gold, 4 silver, 1
bronze medal, 6 fourth, 3
fifth, 3 sixth place.
Gold
medalists
wereTaybor Vetter in the
100m hurdles in 16.22 and in
the long jump at 17’ 3”; Trase
McQueen in the triple jump at
32’ 8”; Creighton Johnson in
the shot put at 31’ 2” and in
the discus at 116’ 2”.
Silver medals went to
Vetter in the 100m dash at
12.68 and in the 200m dash in
26.01; Alijah Twaddel in the
1600m run in 5:37.82; Grant
Arasmith in the triple jump at
31’ 8”.
Placing third was Hadyn
Graff in the discus at 98’ 4”.
Fourth place went to Rkail
Janeza in the 100m dash at
13.44; McQueen in the 400m
dash in 1:00.81; Wesley Long
in the 100m hurdles in 18.98;
the 4x100m relay team in
54.71; Carson Cox in the high
jump at 4’ 6”; Twaddell in the
pole vault at 8’.
Placing
fifth
were
McQueen in the 100m dash at
13.52; Bryce Mason in the
100m hurdles in 19.65; the
4x400m relay team in 4:42.00.
Sixth
place
were
McQueen in the 200m dash in
27.60; Twaddell in the 800m
run in 2:37.50; the 4x200m
relay team in 2:09.98.
Beloit 8th grade girls won
Shane
Olson, Head Coach;
Jerrin Heiman, Assistant;
Lauren Higle, Assistant;
Ellie
Olson,
Saige
Heiman, Addyson Higle,
Ally
Otte,
Kaylin
Prochaska,
Asher
Boudreaux,
Brecken
Boudreaux,
Lessia
MacKay
Melanie
Bourbon, Head Coach;
Jason Channel, Head
Coach; Allie Bourbon,
McKenna
Channel,
Paytyn
Rodriguez,
Kendra Rowh, Lilly
DiNuzzo, Emma Di
Nuzzo,
Kloe
Rae
Walton, Reese Richards
Jennifer
McMillan,
Coach;
Donald James, Assistant;
Paisley McMillan, Sara
Lynn James, Kaylee
McGuire,
Miley
Kimmer, Amelia Hager,
Lynelle Gengler, Kendra
Gengler, Atlantah Foulk
Devin
Treaster, Coach; Dusty
Lowery,
Assistant;
Stephanie Litton, Avery
Treaster, Lila Lowery,
Landry Litton, Emilea
Middleton,
Colbi
Stroede,
Maryanne
Walter, Candice Bowlin,
Hannah Koening
Tara Pruitt,
Coach; Katie Shroeder,
Coach; Lindsey Gray,
Coach; Bentley Pruitt,
Regan Cheney, Dakota
Gray,
Samantha
Thompson,
Kolbee
Bergmann,
Georgia
Wood, Hermione Qualls,
Eliana Weber, Emerson
Fuller
Lance Cheney,
Coach; Ingrid McMillan,
Assistant; Sean Prescott,
Assistant; Sadie HenkeCheney,
Daytona
McMillan,
Barklee
McMillan,
Samantha
Prescott,
Scarlett
Ludwig,
Elizabeth
Gardner, Cailyn Hallack,
Kira Van Pelt
the meet with a score of 139
followed by Phillipsburg with
73 and Marysville in third with
70.
The 8th grade girls earned 4
gold, 7 silver, 2 bronze medals,
5 fourth, 2 fifth, 5 sixth place.
Gold medalists were Blaise
Spangler in the pole vault at 9’
and in the 100m hurdles in
17.96; Breezy Schroeder in the
triple jump at 30’ 4” and in the
javelin at 99’ 4”.
Silver medals went to
Breezy Schroeder in the 100m
dash in 14.21; Autumn
Vowinckel in the 3200m run in
15:09.83; the 4x100m relay
team in 56.65; the 4x200m
relay in 2:03.03; Spangler in the
long jump at 13’ 8”; Sydney
Barrett in the discus at 74’
10.5”; Karson Brown in the
javelin at 97’ 2”.
Bronze medals went to
Emma Easter in the 3200m run
in 17:59.64; Barrett in the shot
put at 32’ 1”.
Placing fourth were Trinity
Courtney Follis, Head
Coach; Clayton Follis,
Head Coach; Matt Otte,
Assistant;
Jaidyn Follis. Kailyn
Follis. Emma Otte, Jayden
Mosher, Karlie Smith,
Arianna
Armstrong,
Alexis Drake, Sharayah
Smith, Gracie Hicks
Leo Eilert,
Head
Coach;
Shelli
Anderson,
Assistant;
Shelby Gantz, Assistant;
Maggie Eilert, Broke
Anderson, Lynnae Hamel,
Abigail Gantz, Cailea
Shadduck, Maddie Black,
Alyssa Hajny, Hattie
Anderson
Wagner in the 200m dash in
14.41; Janica Pearce in the
400m dash in 1:06.35;
Vowinckel in the 1600m run
in 6:52.39; Spangler in the
triple jump at 29’ 10.5”;
Gracie Wessling in the 100m
hurdles in 17.97.
Fifth place went to Khylie
Mihm in the 800m run in
3:01.46; the 4x100m relay
team in 58.53.
Placing sixth were Janica
Pearce in the 200m dash in
29.49; the 4x400m relay in
5:04.27; Haley Andreason in
the high jump at 4’ 4”; Mihm
in the long jump at 13’ 3”;
Alisyn Bowers in the shot put
at 30’ 7”.
Beloit 7th grade girls won
the meet with a score of 98
followed by Superior with 68
and Smith Center with 67.
The 7th grade girls earned
4 gold, 2 silver, 5 bronze
medals, 3 fifth, 4 sixth place.
Gold medalists were
Hayley Burks in the 800m run
in 2:42.42 and in the 1600m
run in 5:52.83; Caleigh Hewitt
in the pole vault at 9’; Tabi
Vetter in the javelin at 93’ 2”.
Silver medals went to
Hannah Burks in the 1600m
dash in 5:56.65; Hewitt in the
triple jump at 28’ 5.5”.
Bronze medals went to
Caleigh Hewitt in the 200m
dash in 28.96; Hannah Burks
in the 800m run in 2:46.59;
Jessica Meier in the long jump
at 13’ 5” and in the javelin at
79’ 10”; Paige Goddard in
the shot put at 30’ 2”.
Placing fifth were Hewitt
in the 100m dash in 14.29;
Hayley Burks in the 400m
dash in 1:09.85; the 4x200m
relay in 2:10.14.
Sixth place were Tabby
Vetter in the 400m dash in
1:10.87; Nichole Wiese in the
1600m run in 6:16.66; Alexis
Arasmith in the triple jump at
26’ 10” and in the discus at
59’.
Casey
Seifert, Co-Head Coach;
Amber Loomis, Co-Head
Coach; Tammy Channel,
Assistant; Tatum Seyfert,
Ashlyn Loomis, Haley
Channel,
Aubrey
Gengler, Jenna Gengler,
Chesnie Dickinson, Anna
Peterson,
Hannah
Dramel, Abby Porter
Ted
Gerber, Head Coach;
Amber Mihm, Assistant;
Eric Hamel, Assistant;
Aaron Deters, Assistant;
Abigail Gerber, Mya
Mihm, Sheridan Hamel,
Bethany Demars, Eve
Fuller, Anna Claycamp,
Renn Deters, Tama
Lawson
BELOIT – Equipment for Rotary softball will be handed out
to coaches at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, at the equipment
building located north of the concession stand. Questions, call
John Cashatt, 569-7204
• 6 p.m. The United Methodist Womenʼs Annual
Spring Banquet will be held at the Fellowship Hall.
“Little House on the Prairie” by Lori Halfhide will be
presented. Members are asked to bring a carry-in dish
for the evening meal, plus table service. All women
invited and can bring a guest.
• 4:55 - 5:55 p.m. T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) weigh-in meeting at 6 p.m. United Methodist
Church upstairs (elevator available)
• 6:30 a.m. The Beloit Area Prayer Breakfast will be
held at the First Christian Church, 321 N. Mill in Beloit.
The speaker will be Erin Burks , author of “Twice the
Blessing”. The breakfast is a freewill donation.
• 2 p.m. Hilltop Lodge Memorial Service will be held
in the activitiy room for Kenton Lawson and Betty
McGee.
• 10 - 11:30 a.m.
A Veterans Service
Representative from the Kansas Commission on
Veterans Affairs will be in the area at the Beloit
Muncipal Building. They will be at Mankato City Hall
from 1-2:30 p.m.
Wed. May 6...6:30 p.m...Cleveland
Thurs. May 7.....12:30 p.m...Cleveland
Sat. May 9.........11:30 a.m....at Detroit
Sun. May 10..........6:30 p.m... at Detroit
• 1:30 p.m. Town and Country Garden Club with
Marilyn Huffman. Bring plant or bulb to exchange.
• 7 p.m. Beloit High School will have Scholarship
Awards Night in the Beloit Commons area. Seniors and
families are invited to attend.
• 7 p.m. Beloit High and St. Johnʼs classmates are
invited to join and celebrate graduation with a senior
breakfast at the Beloit First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall, 801 N. Bell.
Stand out!
• 9:20 a.m. drivers meeting, 9:30 a.m. The 9th Glen
Elder Lions Club Tractor Cruise will be held at from the
Hopewell Church in Glen Elder State Park. For more
information contact Jim Slate at 785-545-7082 or 5453614 or e-mail address is
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• Luncheon Ladies of the Country Club playing
Bridge &/or Pinochle. Hostesses will be Phyllis Thull,
Josie Hartman, and Erma Criswell. Call in regrets only.
•7 a.m. registration, 8 a.m. run S&S Drug Color Out
Cancer Color Run will be held in front of S&S Drug,
110 S. Mill Street. For more information call Heather
Johnson
at
785-738-2287
or
email
at
[email protected]
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HELP WANTED: Looking for
roofing laborer. Contact Ted
Leonard (785) 534-3216. 5-15tc
HELP WANTED: Seasonal/Fulltime help. Matching 401(k) ,
health
insurance
with
prescription drugs, vision, and
dental, life insurance, accidental
death and dismemberment,
disability insurance. Preferred
CDL but not required. Fill out
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ASSISTANT COOK – St. John’s
Catholic School is seeking a
part-time assistant cook. This
individual will work under the
direction of the Head Cook and
assists with the preparation and
serving of meals in the school
cafeteria.
Applications
are
available at the parish office,
622 E. Main St., Beloit, KS
67420 or phone 785-738-2851.
Applications will be accepted
until the position is filled. St.
John’s Catholic School is an
equal opportunity employer.
5-13tc
For Sale
FOR SALE: Farm Seed: In
stock High Yielding Heartland
Genetics Grain Sorghums,
BMR
and
Conventional
forages, Golden Harvest Corn,
NK Soybeans, Grass Seed,
Cover Crops, Seed Treating,
Tender Wagons and more.
Solomon Rapids Seed, Beloit
785-738-5134. 6-19tc
FOR SALE: Convection oven
and nursing home bed. Call
738-3494 or 534-1216. 5-6tc
FOR SALE: One set of men’s
golf clubs and pull cart. Also
one set of women’s golf clubs.
(785) 545-3449 5-13tc
HEAD COOK - St. John’s
Catholic School is seeking a
dedicated individual to fill the
position of head cook. This
individual is responsible for
managing the food service
operation and will plan and
prepare
quality
menus
according to the state nutritional
guidelines. This individual must
also
maintain
production
records and food service
standards in an efficient and
cost
effective
manner.
Applications are available at the
parish office, 622 E Main St.,
Beloit KS 67420 or phone 785738-2851. Applications will be
accepted until the position is
filled. St. John’s Catholic School
is
an
equal
opportunity
employer. 5-13tc
HELP WANTED: St. John’s
Catholic School is seeking a
PreK aide for the 2015-2016
school year. Hours will be
Monday - Thursday and some
Fridays 7:45-11:15 am. If
interested in applying for this
position, please pick up an
application at the Parish Office,
622 E. Main Street, Beloit, KS
or call Marcy Kee 785-738-8747
or Joe Holdren 785-534-9867.
The position will remain open
until filled. 5-13tc
HELP WANTED: A Full House
is now hiring a Manager at their
Beloit
location.
Previous
customer service and employee
management experience a
plus. Must have a valid a
driver’s license and be able to
work
in
a
fast
paced
environment. Send Resume to
mailto:[email protected]
5-18tc
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Branch cutting, Trash removal,
Cleaning out garages, grass
cutting, etc. 785-346-4405 or
785-345-3255. 6-1tc
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Obituaries
Filed
Delphine
Marie
Muths cream, eggs, and chickens.
State of Kansas vs. John
peacefully passed away on
She was a lifetime member Michael Pizzifred, aggravated
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at of St. Boniface Catholic indecent liberties with a child,
the Mitchell County Hospital in Church, a member of St.
electronic solicitation, indecent
Beloit. She died of respiratory Anne’ s Altar Society, a
complications.
member of the Daughters of solicitation of a child.
State of Kansas vs. Morgan
Delphine
Isabella and a member of the
Rae
Wessling, distribution of
was born
American Legion Auxiliary.
October 31,
Her hobbies included word controlled substances (meth),
two counts possession of drug
1929
in
puzzles and embroidery.
Osborne
She is preceded in death by paraphernalia with intent to
County,
her parents; her husband, Julius distribute,
use
of
a
(Bloom
in 1997; brothers, John Becker communication facility to
Township),
and Mathias Becker; a sister, facilitate drug transaction, no
to Conrad
Anna (Lawrence) Streit and drug tax stamp.
and Katie
Muths infant sister, Veronica Becker.
State of Kansas vs. Alyssa C.
(Lutgen)
She is survived by:
Stewart,
possession of drug
Becker.
daughters,
Carol
(Royce)
paraphernalia.
Her early education was at a Sperry, Blair, Neb., Yvonne
State of Kansas vs. Ashley
county grade school but when it (Ron) Strecker, Ellinwood;
became time for her First sons, Lyle (Annette) Muths, Nichole Ochoa, distribution of
Communion, she stayed for the Tipton, Stanley Muths, Tipton; controlled substances within
school year at the home of a sister, Catherine (Bill) Baker, 1,000 feet of a school
friend
in
Tipton,
later Sedona, Ariz.; and a host of (marijuana), possession of drug
graduating
from
Tipton nieces and nephews.
paraphernalia with intent to
Catholic High School.
A rosary was held on distribute,
use
of
a
On May 11, 1949, Delphine Sunday, May 3, at 7 p.m. and communication facility to
and Julius Muths were married was led by the St. Anne’ s Altar
facilitate drug transaction, no
at St. Boniface Catholic Church Society. Mass of Christian
in Tipton. They were blessed Burial was Monday, May 4, at drug tax stamp.
State of Kansas vs. Curtis
with four children: Carol, 10 a.m. with Father Damian
Marcel
Higgins, unlawful
Yvonne, Lyle, and Stanley.
Richards
and
Fr.
Don
of
controlled
Delphine was a lifetime McCarthy
officiating. possession
homemaker and farm wife. She Memorials may be given to the substances (marijuana), two
was frugal, following the church and the Tipton Schools. counts possession of drug
example of her parents, having
Domoney Funeral Home, paraphernalia.
lived through the Depression P.O. Box 127, Downs, KS,
State of Kansas vs. Steven
years. Any extra spending 67437 was in charge of Leslie Martin, cultivation of
money came from selling arrangements.
controlled
substances
(marijuana),
two
counts
possession
of
drug
paraphernalia with intent to
Ronald J. Sweat died longtime supporter of the Mike distribute,
use
of
a
Saturday morning, May 2, Ahearn Scholarship Fund. Ron communication facility to
2015, at the Via Christi Hospital was an avid sports fan and held facilitate drug transaction, no
season tickets to every major
in Manhattan.
drug tax stamp, unlawful
He was born on June 25, sport at Kansas State.
of
controlled
Survivors include his two possession
1937, in Kirwin, the son of
substances
(marijuana),
seven
Eugene and Jean (Stuckman) sons: Tracy M. Sweat, Fairfax,
counts
possession
of
drug
Virginia, and Corey E. Sweat,
Sweat. Ron
paraphernalia.
Manhattan. Also surviving are
was raised
State of Kansas vs. Justin
his five siblings: Jean Crawley,
in
the
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Vincent Leigh Menhusen, three counts
Phillips and
Sweat, Lago Vista, Texas; theft, two counts possession of
S m i t h
Donald
Sweat,
Syracuse, drug paraphernalia.
Counties in
Nebraska; June Ankenbrandt,
K a n s a s
State of Kansas vs. Betty
Olathe; Jim Sweat, Cedar; and Busby, possession of drug
where
he
five grandchildren: Jacob,
attended
paraphernalia.
Mitchell, Ryan, Carter and
elementary
Landon.
school
at
Sweat
Ron was preceded in death
Claudell
and graduated from Kensington by his parents, his wife, Janet,
High School. He earned his in 2010 and by their son,
bachelor’ s degree from Kansas Nolan, in 2002.
The family will receive
State University in Manhatttan.
Ron was united in marriage to friends during a visitation from
the former Janet M. Robinson 6-7:00 p.m. Friday, May 8, at
Yorgensen-Meloanon June 7, 1961, in Marion. the
This union was blessed with Londeen Funeral Home. A
three sons: Tracy, Nolan and wake service will follow at 7
p.m. at the funeral home.
Corey.
Memorial Mass will be held
Ron taught Vo-Ag in Marion
Interment services for the
prior to starting his career in 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9, at ashes
of
Carla
JaNean
banking.
Throughout
his the St. Thomas More Catholic Shoemaker, age 81 and
banking career he worked in Church, 2900 Kimball Avenue,
formerly of Glen Elder, will be
Father
Don
Beloit, Wakeeney where he Manhattan,
served as the bank president, Zimmerman will be the held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May
9, at the Glenwood Cemetery in
Colby and Bethany, Missouri. celebrant.
Cremation is planned with Glen Elder. JaNean died
After two years at the bank in
Bethany he went to work for private inurnment to be held at January 7, 2015. Memorials
may be given to the American
Walters
Brothers
Oil a later date.
On-line condolences may be Cancer Society. McDonald
Distribution Company where he
was the bookkeeper until his left for the family through the Funeral Home, Beloit is in
funeral home website located at charge of arrangements.
retirement.
Ron moved to Manhattan in www.ymlfuneralhome.com.
A memorial has been
2001 and soon became a
member of the St. Thomas established for the KSU
More Catholic Church. Other Foundation for the Johnson
memberships included the Center for Basic Cancer
A celebration of Nelvina’ s
Manhattan Kiwanis Club, where Research. Contributions may be
he had served as club secretary left in care of the Yorgensen- life will be held Saturday, May
Funeral 9, at the Dispatch Christian
and most recently as club Meloan-Londeen
president (2013-14). He was Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Reformed Church, rural Cawker
also a member of the KSU Manhattan, Kansas 66502.
City. Graveside services will be
Alumni
Association
and
held at 10:30 a.m. for family
and friends followed by a time
of celebrating and sharing at the
church fellowship hall.
Doreen “ Dee” Faye Hunt, her parents and sister, Ragenna.
She is survived by her son,
daughter of Raymond and Verna
(Wright) Matyas, was born on Jeffrey, Concordia; brother,
August 6, 1954 in Concordia. Mike Matyas; and special
She passed away on April 19, friend, Bill Eilert, Mankato.
Private inurnment was in St.
2015 at the Cloud County
Health Center at Concordia at Theresa Catholic Cemetery,
the age of 60 years, 8 months Mankato.
Memorials are suggested to
and 13 days.
Dee attended country school go to the family.
Condolences may be sent to
in Simpson graduating from
Glasco High School. She Megrue-Price Funeral Home,
married Charles Crannell in 750 N. Commercial, Superior,
Texarkana, Arkansas; they were NE 68978 or in care of
blessed with a son, Jeffrey www.pricefuneralhomes.com.
Megrue-Price Funeral Home,
Aaron, and they later divorced.
In 2004 she married Charles Superior, Nebraska, was in
charge of the arrangements.
Hunt and they also divorced.
Dee was preceded in death by
Graveside
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Dismissed
State of Kansas vs. Kyle
Millstead, giving a worthless
check.
Dismissed
with
prejudice.
State of Kansas with Rachela
Crawford,
three
counts
possession
of
drug
paraphernalia, improper driving
on laned roadway. Dismissed
without prejudice with costs
assessed to the state.
State of Kansas vs. Joshua A.
Bruce, giving a worthless
check.
Dismissed
with
prejudice.
Filed
Watts & Son, Inc. vs. Wayne
Knapp, seeks payment of
$627.28 plus interest and costs.
Watts & Son, Inc. vs.
Heather
Inskeep,
seeks
payment of $473.72 plus
interest and costs.
Filed
Mitchell County Hospital
Health Systems vs. Darrell C.
Emmot, seeks judgment in the
amount of $49,112.45 plus
interest and costs.
Central National Bank vs.
Brad N. Goheen, seeks
judgment for principal amount
of $503.45 plus interest and
costs.
Settled
Credit Management Services,
Inc. vs. Kerra Williams.
Judgment is entered for
plaintiff for the principal
balance of $1,438.00 together
with interest, costs accrued to
date in the amount of $95.70,
court costs and process service
fees.
John E. Swanson vs. Julie M.
Swanson, petition for divorce.
Jacob R. Farwell, speeding
45/35, fines $45, costs $108.
Joseph W. Myers, speeding
81/60, fines $114, costs $108.
Jerry Michels, speeding 70/
60, fines $45, costs $108.
Heath Schmidt, speeding 70/
60, fines $45, costs $108.
Frank A. McPherson, exceed
wiper possession limit, fines
$100, costs $108.
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