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POST-HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
n Brent Kyle, son of Richard and Joyce Kyle of Hillsboro,
recently graduated from Cornell University with his doctorate in
philosophy. He previously received his bachelor of arts from Tabor
and a master’s degree in religion from Yale. Presently, he is teaching philosophy at the University of New Brunswick in Frederichton, New Brunswick, Canada.
n Justin Brookens, a graduate of Marion High School, completed his master’s degree in trumpet performance at Indiana
University, Bloomington, Ind., on May 7, having given his master’s
recital in April. During his master’s education, he studied with
John Rommel, professor of trumpet at Indiana University.
Brookens received his undergraduate degree from Drake
University, Des Moines, Iowa, in 2009 in music education and trumpet performance. He and his wife, Jenna, who teaches elementary
and middle school music, reside in Lincoln, Neb.
FCCLA groups meet for fun
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The huge historic stone barn was the star attraction of the day
for most visitors.
Curious
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The Wayne Friesen family of Hillsboro enjoys a covered wagon
ride at the Barn Chicks Trade Day at Wildcat Creek Ranch.
“We tried to have something
for men, women and children,”
Watchous said.
From a public relations
standpoint, Watchous said the
event also was a success.
As for the debut, he said
there were some things they
could have done differently. But
if they do it again, they would
“adjust accordingly.”
“We do want to thank the
vendors and everyone who
came out for the day,” he said.
Tabor College band prof debuts composition
Daniel Baldwin, Tabor
College director of bands and
orchestra and assistant professor of instrumental music,
recently traveled to Mercer
University in Macon, Ga., to
attend the premier of his composition, “Landscapes.”
The work was written for
clarinet, horn, bassoon and
piano. Based on the life of landscape painter Frederick Edwin
Church, it was commissioned
and performed by members of
the Mercer faculty Sept. 8.
“I am very grateful and
blessed to have these wonderful
opportunities to go out and represent my God, myself and my
school,”
Baldwin said.
“I will be
proudly wearing my Tabor
name tag all
times during
my time spent
at Mercer
University.”
Baldwin
Baldwin has
written 48 pieces to date. The
composition honoring Church
took about a year to compose.
Baldwin partnered with Richard
Ramey, bassoon professor from
the University of Arkansas, who
assembled the commissioning
consortium.
Commission Chairman
Roger Fleming said he thinks
the counties have managed to let
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their concerns be heard, and
Holub said the decision
that now it’s up to agencies like
potentially cost four Kansas
the Kansas Department of
counties, including Marion, $4
Revenue, which is contending
million in lost property tax val- the exemption is illegal, “to do
ues.
their part.”
Holub said he promises that
“They can see that Kansas oil
if Keystone follows through on a producers are not benefitting
rumored plan to bring a natural from this like they were led to
gas pipeline through here, the
believe,” Fleming said.
Canadian-based company will
“Personally, I want to see this
face the counties in a more pre- thing run its course, and for the
pared manner.
state to try to eliminate such
County
Baldwin said Church’s paintings are elaborate and beautiful
and are on display at many of
the finest art galleries in the
world.
“My work is in three movements, each modeled after a specific painting and a period in the
artist’s life,” he said. “The
first...is a celebration of new
beginnings as Church saw fame
and riches very early in his
career.
“The second movement...is a
musical representation of the
most painful period of his life.
In the middle of the Civil War,
both of his children contracted
diphtheria and passed away
things in the future. That’s
where I’m at.”
Cooperative Grain & Supply
of Hillsboro was awarded a
$25,972 transport road and
bridge fuel bid for 5,500 gallons
of diesel and 2,500 gallons of
gasoline over a competitive bid
of $26,210 from Cardie Oil Inc.
of Tampa.
The commissioners approved
purchase of an emergency management HP 4000 Pro computer
with programs for $813.
Steve Smith, Emergency
Management Service director,
within one week of each other.
“The final movement...is my
musical depiction of what I
imagine it was like for Church
in the final years of his life,”
Baldwin said. “Despite being
crippled by arthritis, he
attempted this one final painting
that, I believe, harkened back to
his youth in therapeutic reflection on his very interesting life.”
In addition to hearing his
work performed, Baldwin presented master classes to education and music majors. He
discussed with students different methods to approach composers and how to commission
music of their own.
reported 108 ambulance runs for
August compared to 64 runs for
the same month in 2010.
They included 24 runs from
Peabody, 12 from Florence, one
backup, 24 from Marion, 41 from
Hillsboro and six from Tampa.
The calls included 16 transfers, five cardiac, 25 medical
emergencies, 11 standby, 10
motor vehicle accidents, 19 falls,
17 no transports and five “disregard” calls.
Two first response runs were
from Goessel.
SCHOOL MENUS
HILLSBORO
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Breakfast: Blueberry muffins, cereal,
juice, milk. Lunch: Frito chili pie, fruit
cocktail, cinnamon roll, green beans,
milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, peaches, milk.
Lunch: Hero sandwich or sandwich bar,
potato triangles, pineapple tidbits, Black
Forest muffins, milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Breakfast: French toast sticks, juice, milk.
Lunch: Quesadilla, fruit cocktail, corn,
applesauce cake, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
Breakfast: Pancakes, sausage, juice, milk.
Lunch: Chicken wrap sandwich, peas,
pineapple tidbits, rolls, Toll House cookie
bar, milk.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Breakfast: Blueberry muffin, bananas,
yogurt, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets,
oven-browned potatoes, bananas, cherry
shape-ups, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Breakfast: Egg and cheese crispito,
cereal, juice, milk. Lunch: Tomato soup,
toasted cheese sandwich, crackers,
apples, white cake, milk.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLS
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Breakfast: Blueberry muffin, cereal, juice,
orange wedges, milk. Lunch: Hero sandwich, corn nuggets, baby carrots, orange
wedges, rolls, ice cream cup, milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, cereal, juice,
milk. Lunch: Frito chili pie, corn, strawberry salad, Toll House cookie bar, rolls,
milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Breakfast: French toast sticks, cereal,
juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets, rice
pilaf, pears, peas, rolls, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
Breakfast: Maple pancakes, cereal, juice,
milk. Lunch: Country-fried steak, mashed
potatoes, applesauce, rolls, chocolate
cake, milk.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Breakfast: Breakfast bagel, cereal, fruit,
yogurt, juice, milk. Lunch: Sausage gravy
biscuits, oven-browned potatoes, fruit,
muffin choice, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Breakfast: Breakfast burrito, cereal, juice,
milk. Lunch: Beef enchilada, broccoli
Normandy, Jell-O cubes, rolls, milk.
MARION
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, bagel, fruit,
cereal, milk. Lunch: Chicken & noodle
soup, broccoli & cheese, veggie bar,
cherry applesauce, Rice Krispie Treats,
milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Breakfast: Early risers, cereal, juice, milk.
Lunch: Chicken drumsticks, mashed potatoes, green beans, veggie/fruit bar, fruit
cocktail, whole wheat rolls, milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Breakfast: French toast sticks, cereal,
juice, milk. Lunch: Beef quesadilla, veggie/fruit bar, cook’s choice of fruit, chocolate fluff, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
NO SCHOOL.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Breakfast: Cereal, biscuits and gravy,
juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken fajita, broccoli
salad, veggie/fruit bar, peaches, corn
muffin, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Breakfast: Coffee cake muffin, cereal,
fruit, milk. Lunch: Lasagna rollup,
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Located at 103 N. Wheat Rd., Goessel, KS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2011 AT 6:00 P.M.
900 sq. ft. Building built in 1980, excellent business opportunity. Attend this auction
prepared to Bid & Buy!!!
VORAN-GOERTZEN PEPPERNUTS
Kevin T. & Denise Goertzen, Sellers
VAN SCHMIDT, Auctioneer/Real Estate
7833 N. SPENCER RD., NEWTON, KS 67114
620-367-3800 or 620-367-2331
TERMS: Cash day of sale. Statements made day of
Serving America’s Landowners
sale take precedence over advertised statements.
Schmidt Clerks & Cashiers
www.hillsborofreepress.com Farmer’s National Company (402) 496-3276
Catalina veggies, veggie/fruit bar, tropical fruit, garlic bread, juice bar, milk.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLS
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Breakfast: Bagels, yogurt, cereal, fruit
juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken drummies,
mashed potatoes, veggie bar, green
beans, cheesy cauliflower, pears, roll,
milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Breakfast: Ham and cheese bagel, ceral,
fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Beef and noodles, veggie bar, corn, tropical fruit,
cookies, milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Breakfast: Breakfast sticks, bagel, cereal,
fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Pizza, veggies,
fruit choice, cookies, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
Breakfast: Early risers, bagel, cereal,
juice, milk. Lunch: Corndog, crispy fries,
fresh veggie bar, green beans, peaches,
milk.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Breakfast: Biscuits & gravy, cereal, fruit
juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken teriyaki, rice,
veggie bar, oriental veggies, black-eyed
peas, cookies, pineapple, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Breakfast: Blueberry muffin, cereal,
yogurt, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Soft shell
taco, veggie bar, corn, refried beans,
apricots, tropical fruit, milk.
GOESSEL
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLS
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Lunch: Chicken & noodles over mashed
potatoes, wintermix with cheese,
banana, peanut butter & jelly
uncrustable, milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Lunch: Bierrock or burrito, lettuce toss,
potato salad, pears, milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Lunch: Barbecued beef sandwich, curly
fries, green beans, peaches, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
Lunch: Chicken strips, mashed potatoes,
gravy, peas, pineapple, rolls, milk.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Lunch: Taco salad, corn, peaches, raspberry cream, muffin, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Lunch: Deli turkey or ham sandwich,
tater tots, lettuce toss, strawberries,
bananas, milk.
CENTRE
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLS
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
Breakfast: Cinnamon roll, fruit, milk.
Lunch: Spaghetti, tossed salad, garlic
bread, pears, milk.
THURSDAY, Sept. 22
Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, yogurt,
fruit, milk. Lunch: Chicken quesadilla,
corn, Spanish rice, grapes, cookies, milk.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
Breakfast: Sausage/cheese biscuit, fruit,
milk. Lunch: Hoagies, lettuce, tomatoes,
baby carrots, kiwi, broccoli, chips, milk.
MONDAY, Sept. 26
Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, yogurt, fruit,
milk. Lunch: Beef, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, wheat roll, jelly,
peaches, milk.
TUESDAY, Sept. 27
Breakfast: Muffin, cereal, string cheese,
diced peaches, milk. Lunch: Cavatini,
corn, apple, garlic bread, milk.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28
Breakfast: Long John doughnut, cereal,
juice choice, milk. Lunch: Mini corn dogs,
Au gratin potatoes, green beans,
Mandarin oranges, milk.
PILSEN PACKRATS
PUBLIC AUCTION
Friday, September 23rd • 5:30 p.m.
300 W. Main Lincolnville, KS
ITEMS SELLING INCLUDE:
Glass Display Case, Porcelain Dolls, Microwave, All Kinds of Glassware, Full
Size Bed, Chest of Drawers, Mirrored Dresser, BBQ Cart, Atari 2600 Game System & Games, Jewelry, Treadle Sewing Machine, Old Record, Old Books, Garden
Tools, Old Chainsaws, Several TVs, Horse Bridle, Big Dog Carrier, Hand Tools,
14’x7’ Tandem Flat Bed Trailer, BIG Old Safe, Old Toys, Games and MUCH
MORE!! Check website for full sale bill!
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NOTHING REMOVED UNTIL PAID FOR.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash or Credit Cards or Checks with Proper ID (VISA, MASTER CARD OR DISCOVER). WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO
ANYONE. Statements made sale night take precedence over all printed matter.
SEE US ONLINE @ pilsenpackrats.com or call 620 924 5630 or 924 5286
High schoolers from Goessel, Hillsboro and Marion FCCLA
chapters met at the Marion Aquatic Center & Gym for a lock-in
Saturday to Sunday, Sept. 17-18. Following a swim, state officer Ryan
Haxton, gave a presentation on FCCLA and leadership. The group
enjoyed FCCLA activities, leadership games and fun times.
Attending from Hillsboro were Emily Hoskinson, Karyn Leihy, Clay
Ethridge, Meredith Lamkin and David Nelson.
drug/alcohol policy at USD 408
was provided by Leiker as per
last month’s meeting.
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“Anything we want to change
about our testing will be an
“The iY Generation.”
added expense,” Leiker said. “I
Leiker said the book prothink it would be wise to convides information about the
tinue to gather more informachallenges parents and education about drug testing but not
tors face with today’s children.
change anything at this point.”
“The goal is that everybody
In other business, the board
in the district, including board
members, teachers, cooks, custo- approved hiring Geniece Barger
as IT assistant, a list of fundraisdians, bus drivers, paras, read
this book throughout the course ers for 2011-12 and adding a lineitem for cheerleaders in the
of the year,” Leiker said.
Follow-up information on the activity fund at the high school.
Marion
REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Personal Property 10 am • Real Estate 12 pm
Property of Ray & Elsie Hiebert
212 N. McPherson St., Galva, KS
Directions: 6 miles North on
McPherson Street off of Hwy.56
LEGAL: Lots Eighteen, Twenty, and Twenty-Two, (18,20,22), McPherson Street,
North Galva, McPherson County, Kansas.
2010 PROPERTY TAXES: $ 1,186.48
OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, September 10, 2011. 2 - 4 pm
HOME: One Story, Bungalow, built in 1940. 1412 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Open
kitchen, den with built-ins, washer and dryer stay. Remodeled in 1984. City water,
city sewer, & private well. Wrap-around porch, Shop (with water, bathroom and
heat), 50x30 Tin Building, fenced in yard, gazebo, water feature, and mature landscaping.
TERMS: $3,000 down as earnest money deposit day of auction. The balance due
at time of closing on or before November 1, 2011 at which time buyer will receive
Kansas Warranty Deed. Title insurance, cost of owners policy will be shared equally
between buyer and seller. Taxes will be prorated to date of closing. The property is
sold in as is condition. Property is not sold subject to financing. All information has
been gathered from McPherson County sources and is deemed reliable but not
guaranteed. All financing arrangements must be made prior to the auction. All
statements day of auction take precedence over advertisements.
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a great location, just minutes from McPherson or
Marion. Nice home on 3 lots with outbuildings. Ray built much of his own furniture and is selling his woodworking tools. This could all be yours!
10 AM • PERSONAL PROPERTY
TRACTOR & VEHICLES: John Deere G Tractor SS# G-7571, narrow front, new rear
tires; 1941 McCormick- Deering Farmall-H Tractor, New Rubber on Rear, Narrow
Front, Serial # 69930; 1992 Chevy 1500 Pickup, 146,346mi, Auto, PW, PL, AC,
Cruise; 1972 Ford Econoline 300 Van, Pop Up Top/Camper; Starter/Generator (for
1934 Dodge)
TOOLS: Twentieth Century Arc Welder Model # 40; Rock Island 574 Vise; Body
Work Equipment; Anvil; Powermate Pneumatic Disc Sander; Rodac 8800 Contramatic Pneumatic Sander; J-P Tool Pneumatic Drill; GP Air Chisel; Spray Gun; Antique Tap & Die Set; Snap On Rolling Tool Box; Black & Decker Sander/ Polisher;
Angle Grinder; Impact Driver: Post Thumper: Post Hole Digger;Yard Tools; Welding Rod; 220V Air Compressor; Wagner Power Sprayer 120; Antique Nail Puller;
Antique Bostrom Field Level w/ Tripod; Halogen Floor Light; Hatchet; 3 Saws, Antique Saws; Hand Plane; Crescent Wrench; 24" Rigid Pipe Wrench; 2 Rigid Pipe
Cutter; Many C-Clamps; Hole Saw Drill Bit Set; Craftsman 16 Gallon Wet/Dry Shop
Vac; Power Washer; Werner 6ft. Fiberglass Step Ladder; Blackhawke Heavy duty
Bench Grinder; 220 Air Compressor; Century 40/2/200 Amp Battery Charger; 1.25
hp Wet/Dry Shop Vac; Shelves; Nuts; Bolts; Socket Set; Aluminum Extension Ladder; Come-a-long; Log Chains; Wrenches; Sockets; Chisels; Misc Shop and Hand
Tools; Craftsman 12" Band Saw/Sander; Craftsman 10" Table Saw, Belt Drive, 3 hp;
Craftsman 16" Scroll Saw; Craftsman Router; DeWalt 7715 Power Miter Saw, 9";
Craftsman Belt Sander on Stand; Rockwell BS5012, 4" Jointer; Delta 12" Portable
Planer; Shop Smith; Delta Rockwell Table Saw; Craftsman Routers; Craftsman Industrial Deluxe Dovetail Fixture; Craftsman 18-Gauge Brad Nailer; Craftsman Finish Nailer; Black & Decker Jigsaw w/ Case; DeWalt Radial Arm Saw; Ryobi JM80
Biscuit Jointer w/ Case; Black & Decker Sander; Makita 3/8 Drill; Powercraft, Power
Hand Plane; Black & Decker Circular Saws; Electric Drills; Roller Platforms; Levels; Pipe Bar Clamps, Misc. Sizes
ANTIQUES & FURNITURE: Pump Organ & Stool; Butter Churn; Coffee Grinder;
Cherry Pitter; Scale; Meat Grinder; Jars of Buttons; 2 Daisy Churns; Sad Iron; 2
Spinning Wheels; Oak Buffet; Oak Mirror; Oak Table w/ 8 Oak Chairs; Drop Leaf
Table w/ Formica Top; Dresser; Metal Office Desk; Storage & Utility Cabinet
APPLIANCES & HOUSEHOLD: Whirlpool Refrigerator w/ Icemaker, 12 cu. ft.; Maytag Stove, Glass Flat Top, Super Capacity, White; 345S ProForm Crosswalk Treadmill; Samsun Monochrome, Laser MFP Printer, Copier, Scanner; Lard Press; Apple
Peelers; Router w/ Bush Cutter Attachment; Dulcimer; Washing Machine; Dryer;
Vacuum Sweeper; File Cabinets
GUNS: 22 Caliber, Single Shot, Hex Barrel Rifle; 22 Caliber, Pump, Remington,
Short or Long Rifle; 22 Caliber, Premier Trail Blazer, Short or Long,
Hex Barrel Rifle; Unmarked 12 Gauge; 10 Gauge Hopkins & Alley Arms Co. Norwich USA; 410 Gauge; Winchester Repeating Arms Co., 12 Gauge Pump; 12
Gauge, 3" Modified Choke, Harrington & Richardson Inc., Toper Model 88; Gun
Cabinet
OUTDOOR: Dixon 3304, Zero Tum Mower, 30" cut, 14.5HP; Troy Built Rear Tine
Tiller, 3.0 HP; BCS Precision Cultivator Tiller; Murray Lawn Tractor, No Deck; Centura Push Mower, 3.5 HP; Bush Trimmer; 1 Row Garden Seeder; Bug Zapper; Bikes;
Lawn Cart; Garden Hose; Yard Tools; 2 Wheel Dolly; Pump Wire; Seed Spreader;
Weed Eater; Rough Cut Wood (Cedar, Walnut, White Oak); Poulan 14" Electric Chain
Saw; Wheel Barrow; Garden Hose & Reel
Concessions provided by Lone Tree Mennonite Youth Group
TERMS: Cash or approved check. All statements made day of auction take precedence over advertisements. Owners and auction company notresponsible for accidents or theft.
Chuck Maggard
Auctioneer/Sales
Cell: 785-265-3914
Rick Griffin,
Auctioneer/Broker
Cell: 620-343-0473
Office: 305 Broadway
Cottonwood Falls, Ks. 66845
Phone/Fax: 620-273-6421
Toll Free: 866-273-6421
griffinrealestate@sbcglobal.net
www.griffinrealestateauction.com