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THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER I i, 2012 P. 3 I II News At a glance... * The Nortonville Public Library is holding their annual book sale Oct. 19-20 in the basement. This year the library has an overabundance of items and will be priced for $1 for a bag for the duration of the sale. Customers can bring their own bags or can purchase them there. Hours are Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-1. For questions contact 913-886-2060. The Oskaloosa Rotary Club has launched its small electronics and cell phone drive. Collection containers will soon appear in area businesses. Cell phones are taken to Hopephones.org. Small electronics such as phone chargers, USB and camera cords, small appliances and extension cords will be taken to recycling centers. Income received from the recycled items will fund local projects and schol- arships. No computers, monitors, televisions or large items will be accepted. l WORKING TOGETHER T0 IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY ] I Laurie Conway M.D. Darrin Cox, RA. Clinic Hours Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For assistance after hours, St0rm0nt-Vail Health Connections' Ask-A-Nurse will answer your call. Cotton-O'Neil Clinic 209 W. Jefferson St. (785) 863-3417 Division of Stormont-Vaii HealthCa/e stormontvail.org 17-1t0 AVAILABLE at Linnwood Park ONE 2 BEDROOM Assisted Living apartment now available in our Valley Falls facility. 785-945-3634 ONE PRIVATE NURSING ROOM now available in our Meriden South facility. 785-484-2165 Llnnwood P a r k Senior care in our small, home-like settings Linnoo&Park of Valley Falls I Assisted Living 1509 Linn Street ] Valley Falls,KS Phone: 785-945-3634 Linnwood Park of Valley Falls I Home Plus 1509 Linn Street [ Valley Falls,KS Phone: 785-945-6100 Linnwood Park of Meriden [ North 6313 K-4 Highway [ Meriden,KS Phone: 785-484-0100 Linnwood Park of Meriden [ South 3566 62nd Street ] Meriden,KS Phone: 785-484-2165 42-52-ffc Professional Directory ' loyMestagh REALTOR 816-830-2731 Heart of America Real Estate & Auction 313 Jefferson 5o. side of square) Oskaloosa, KS 066 JoyM@UCHeartofAmerca.com or, @ October FLU SHOTS Jefferson County Health Department 1212 Walnut Street (US Hwy 59), Oskaloosa Walk-in Clinics Tuesdays and Fridays 8:00 am - 4:00 pm p.- Oskaloosa Animal Clinic Bradley E. llamnlel CPA, PA Brad Hammel, CPA Accounting & Tax Service 863-2118 M-W-F 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. LOCATION m 101 Madison On the Highway Across from Dollar General Oskaloosa Patronize your local businesses] Practice of Chiropractic Hours: 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9 a.m. to noon-Thurs & Sat. Closed Sunday & Monday Evening Hours By Appointment Office 863-2334 AFTER HOURS-Home 832-1369 0skaloosa, KS 66066 4-tf I I KENJI SCOTI" ZWEYGARDT Attorney At Law Divorce Family Law Civil Rights Real Estate Social Security Disability I (785) 863-3226 ,s.c 863-3275 10605 McCall Dr. 1 mile North of Oskaloosa on Hw. 59 Carl Meyer, Jr. DVM Shera Chaloupka DVM 41-,, Affordable, Quality Dentistry for all ages. (913) 796-6113 McLouth, KS ,c County Reports District court--- Traffic: 35 mph zone-- Derik J. Perron, Meri- den, 54 mph, fine plus costs $197. 55 mph zone-- BrockA. Ditto, Burling- ton, 68 mph, $226. Cases filed-- Limited civil: Leavenworth-Jefferson Electric Coop- erative vs. Cortez Jones, debt collection; vs. Sally Jo Overturf, debt collection; William D. DeLong, debt collection. Radiologic Professional Services PA vs. Amber L. Lloyd, debt collection. Robert E. Tavis and Sharon K. Tavis vs. Brandy L. Smith, debt collection. Security Credit Services LLC vs. Bev- erly E. Murphey, debt collection. Jeannine Williams LLC vs. Kristan E. Kelley, debt collection; vs. Joyce L. Zach- ary, debt collection. Valley Falls LLC vs. Taylor A. Bohan- non, debt collection; vs. Amanda G. Harris, debt collection. KU Physicians Inc. vs. Glen E. Huff- man and Dawn J. Huffman, debt collec- tion. Domestic: Jessica Whaley vs. Chad House, order of protection. Colt D. Scott vs. Holly Orimble, order of protection. Elizabeth E. Rhodd vs. Colby Rhodd, divorce. Civil: Midfirst Bank vs. Deborah M. Foss, Robert J. Foss and Martha J. Foss, mort- gage foreclosure. Capital One Bank vs. Sandy Poever- lein-Lathrom, debt collection. Denison State Bank vs. Clinton Court- er and Clinton D. Courter Jr., mortgage foreclosure. Criminal: Statevs. Kevin L. Davis Sr., Oskaloosa, burglary, criminal damage to property, theft, conspiracy to commit burglary, con- spiracy to commit theft, interference with a law enforcement officer, possession of methamphetamine, possession of mari- juana and possession of drug parapher- nalia. State vs. Christopher A. DoUen, Valley Falls, burglary, criminal damage to prop- erty, theR, conspiracy to commit burglary, conspiracy to commit theft and trespass- ing. State vs. Jacob A. Courter, Oskaloosa, burglary, criminal damage to property, theft, conspiracy to commit burglary, con- spiracy to commit theft and trespassing. State vs. Cody L. Thomas, Oskaloosa, criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct and liquor purchase/consumption of alco- hol by a minor. State vs. Mikal L. Elston, Oskaloosa, battery and disorderly conduct. State vs. Kyle K. Inscho, Oskaloosa, battery and disorderly conduct. State vs. Nolan H. Rummel, El Dorado, battery and disorderly conduct. State vs. Antonio J. Quinn, Perry, pos- session of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. State vs. Christopher A. Siler, Ozawkie, theft. State vs. Paul Weir, Kingston, Mo., lewd and lascivious behavior. State vs. Ruth A. Locke, Oskaloosa, domestic battery. Call 785-863-2520 or E-mail independent@ centurylink.net tinic Jeannette Holland, O.D. Heath Holland, O.D. US Hwy 59 * P,O. 8ox 638 Oskaloosa, Kansas 66066 Phone: 785.063.2000 Fax: 785.863.3333 State vs. Donald L. Burge III, Law- rence, harassment by telecommunications device. State vs. Bryan D. Smith, Valley Falls, burglary and theft. State vs. Curtis L. Henderson, Topeka, battery. State vs. Ron E. Penry, Topeka, crimi- nal trespassing and criminal damage to property. State vs. Jimmy C. Guinn, Topeka, criminal damage to property. State vs. Jason M. Blenden, Topeka, criminal possession of a firearm. Register of deeds-- QC,Timothy W. Barnes to Cindy S. Ed- wards, lots 7 and 8, blk. 26, Nortonville. WD, Carolyn Refling-Schultz et vir. to Jack F. Reed, lot 61, Lakewood Hills Unit 1. WD, Patricia J. Abramovitz toThomas A. Welsh and Dianna M. Welsh, SE 1/4 23-8-17. WD, Gary T. Wilk et ux. to John W. Berry and Erlene A. Berry, lost 6, blk. B, McLouth. WD, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Eric L. Folsom, part of lot 9, all of lot 10 and part of lot 11, blk. H, McLouth. WD, Christopher M. Lewallen et ux. to Michael Valkar, SW 1/4 21-9-18. QC, Gregory P. Nichols et ux. and Danny L. Balocca et ux. to Danny L. Bal- occa etux., NW 1/4 23-10-18. QC, Roy E. Allen to Jody J. Allen, lot 6 and part of lot 5, blk. 69, Valley Falls. WD, Bryan J. Wagner to William M. Owens III and Michelle L. Owens, SE 1/4 20-8-20. WD, Ethel M. Weaver Jenkins et vir. to Patricia J. Snow, SW 1/4 21-9-17. WD, Larry J. Kane et ux. to Patricia J. Snow, SW 1/4 21-9-17. WD, Patricia G. Kane Kovalchuk et vir. to Patricia J. Snow, SW 1/4 21-9-17. WD, Linda J. Kane Siwek et vir. to Patricia J. Snow, SW 1/4 21-9-17. WD, Rickie F. Henderson to Bret J. Young and Lisa M. Young, NW 1/4 5-10- 17. WD, Lakewood Hills Improvement District to Dennis E. Kempf, SE 1/4 9-10- 18. WD, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company to Lucas M. Smarker, NE 1/4 8-10-20. WD, Max E. Scott et ux. to Jennifer J. Greene, SW 1/4 26-9-17. WD, HSBC Bank to Doug Ingenthron et ux., SW 1/4 18-11-17. WD, BSN Investors LLC to James D. Brown, Danny Brown and Barbara Brown, SE 1/4 32-8-20. WD, Jay Parker et ux. to Carl Shumach- er, all of lot 1 and part of lot 2, blk. 13, Oskaloosa. Sheriff's reports., :  , :  The following, offense and traffic reports are the latest released by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. The date of offense is often approximate and sometimes long before the reporting date. Sept. 27: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 2200 block of Wild Horse Road, rural McLouth. Sept. 27: Carol Crawford, rural Grant- ville, reported an attempted forgery and fraud. Sept. 27: Jacob Jaap, Oskaloosa, re- ported an attempted theft. Sept. 27: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 300 block of South Washington Street, Meriden. Sept. 28: Janet Kirk, ruraIValley Falls, reported criminal damage to property. Sept. 28: Casey's General Store Oska- loosa reported a theft. Sept. 28: Officers responded to a report of criminal damage on the 2700 block of Osage Road, rural Perry. Sept. 28: Jacob Jaap, Oskaloosa, re- ported a burglary. Sept. 28: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 6000 block of Dickinson Road, rural Meriden. Sept. 29: Officers responded to a report of a theft on the 300 block of South Miller Street, Meriden. Sept. 29: Casey's General Store Perry reported a theft. Sept. 29: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 6300 block of Buck Creek Drive, rural Oskaloosa. Sept. 29: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 9900 block of Park Lane, rural Ozawkie. Sept. 30: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 9900 block of Park Lane, rural Ozawkie. Sept. 30: Officers responded to a re- port of a disturbance on the 5700 block of Washington Road, rural McLouth. Sept. 30: Officers recovered property near 23rd Street and Union Road, rural McLouth. Sept. 30: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance near First Street and Northwind Drive, rural McLouth. Oct. 1: Jacob Jaap, Oskaloosa, reported a burglary. Oct. 1: Janet Kirk, rural Valley Falls, reported criminal damage to property. Oct. 1: Officers responded to a report of a theft on the 1200 block of Republic Road, rural McLouth. Oct. 1: Officers responded to a report of criminal damage to property on the 1800 block of Walnut Street, Oskaloosa. Oct. 2: Officers responded to a report of an assault and battery on the 5700 block of Washington Road, rural McLouth. Oct. 2: Randy Baker, rural Grantville, reported a theft. Oct. 2: Officers responded to a report of an aggravated assault on the 7300 block of K-4 Highway, rural Meriden. Oct. 2: Officers responded to a report of an aggravated burglary on the 6300 block of Clark Road, rural Meriden. Oct. 2: Officers responded to a report of shots heard on the 9500 block of Delaware Drive, rural Ozawkie. Officers also responded to the following calls for service. abandoned vehicle ......................... 2 alarm .............................................. 2 animal call ................................... 14 check welfare ................................. 1 citizen assist ................................ 15 domestic disturbance .................... 2 funeral escort ................................. 1 juvenile call .................................... 6 keep peace ...................................... 4 misdemeanor arrest ...................... 7 restrain order violation ................. 2 suspicious activity ....................... 10 traffic problem ............................... 7 unsecured building ........................ 1 vehicle check ................................ 23 911 hangup .................................. 45 DUI...:..:.LL ........... : ............. :.....-..v.2 The following accidents were recently reported: Sept. 7, 3 p.m.: Cheryl L. Barrington, 56, Topeka, was traveling southbound on K-4 Highway near 81st Street when she lost control on wet pavement and hit a fence post. Sept. 11, 2:40 p.m.: Brittany L. Tyson, 24, Ozawkie, was traveling westbound on K-92 Highway when her vehicle went off the right shoulder and overcorrected causing the vehicle to spin into the north ditch and struck a telephone box. Sept. 23, 7 p.m.: Allen C. Lanum Jr., 18, Meriden, was traveling westbound on 94th Street near Kingman Road when he failed to negotiate the curve and went through a barbed wire fence. Sept. 26, 9:25 p.m.: Caleb D.Weishaar, 28, Winchester, was traveling south- bound on Wise Road near Rogers Road when he struck two cows in the road- way. JIM'S TIRE & TOW Oskaloosa, Kansas 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 785-863-2189 913-683-1886-Cell Tire Services. Cooper Tires in Stock Flat Repair- $8.50 s-c ( i;  PeY Lake "  CHIROPRACTIC WELLNESS CENTER DR. 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Visit our website at : .tumingpolnlhomehlthcare.com or ........ ca, our office cd913-727-2757 0,., Times Gone By compiled by Sara 35 years ago this week Oct. 13, 1977... King and queen candidates for Oskaloosa's homecoming were an- nounced. They were Mark Sell, Pat Davis, Alan Bender, Mike Boucher, Carole Sessions, Candy Rockhold, Sharon Compton and Jodi Miller. The king and queen were to be crowned during the halftime of the Jefferson County North-Oskaloosa game. Kim Overstreet performed a piano solo of Brahms' "Rhapsody in G minor, No.2" and was then crowned Jefferson Countfs Junior Miss. The Jefferson West senior was picked from among 11 contestants representing the six county school districts. First runner-up was Linda Big- ham, Grantville. Second runner-up was Miriam Hays, McLouth. The three-hour program, spon- sored by the Meriden Kiwanis Club, consisted of the creative and perform- ing arts division, poise and appear- ance and youth fitness judging. Hays won the scholastic achieve- ment, judges' interviews and creative and performing arts awards. She en- tertained with a flute solo, Handel's "Fourth Sonata." Deborah Winter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Winter, Oska- loosa, was selected as a member of the 1977-78 Baker University Choir. Winter, a sophomore, was one of 55 students selected for the choir at the United Methodist affiliated liberal arts college at Baldwin City. Lois Sanders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders, and Brad Harries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harries, were crowned royalty for the McLouth High School homecoming. Homecoming events were held despite the game being postponed because of rain. The homecoming football game was played the following Monday night. McLouth beat Royal Valley 28-0. 25 years ago this week Oct. 8, 1987... Christopher Banker, a senior at Jefferson County North High School, was designated a semifinalist in the 33rd annual merit program of the National Merit Scholarship Corpora- tionin recognition of hisoutstanding academic achievement. Top scores in the state of Kansas represent about half of one percent of the state's high school graduat- ing class. As a semifinalist, Banker continued in the 1988 competition for about 6,000 scholarships worth more than $23 million. Barring a miracle, God's Store- house in Meriden would have to close its doors, leaving 113 families to worry where their next meal would come from. Storehouse director Lawanda Wood, Meriden, said the undertaking Peterson-Davis had become "too big physically and financially." "It takes $1,000 a month for food to meet the needs of these people. The milk bill alone runs $300 a month,": said Wood. God's Storehouse opened its doors in November 1982 and served 56 people the first year. In the first nine months of 1987, the charity assisted 2,377 people. Troy Dunnaway, son of Roy and Norma Dunnaway, Perry, and Caro- line Crawford, daughter of Jim and Bev Crawford, Perry, were chosen 1987 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the Perry-Lecomp: ton High School homecoming game. Attendants were Tony Roe, Tammy Yost, Jamie Madorin, and Pam Groll- mes. Perry-Lecompton defeated Ton- ganoxie in a close game by one point scored in the fourth quarter. 15 years ago this week Oct. 9, 1997... Jacqueline Evans and quarterback Gabe Griffitts were crowned royalty to reign over homecoming activities at Oskaloosa High School. The Bears got off to an early lead against the Highland Bluestreaks, holding the visitors scoreless. The Bears won 12-0. Oskaloosa High School senior Jami Hermann was singled out in an all-school assembly as one of two state winners of the Horatio Alger college scholarship. Along with the $5,000 scholarship, Hermann received an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., to attend a conference with the other winners. Hermann intended to attend the University of Kansas after gradua- tion.A member of the school's Future Business Leaders of America chapter, she planned to major in business. Other Oskaloosa High School finalists were Torey Mize and Stacy Brown. The previous year, McLouth senior Christi Adcox received the scholar- ship. New tenants moving into a rural Oskaloosa home accidentally spilled between six and eight pounds of el- emental mercury left in a container. Authorities were tracking the spread of the mercury contamination- accel- erated by the tenants' failure to follow warnings to evacuate the house and leave their contaminated belongings behind. Other sites consequently affected included residences in Tonganoxie, Lawrence and Lecompton. The Os- kaloosa house was placed under guard by the Environmental Protec- tion Agency. Two people who resided briefly at the house - a woman and a toddler boy- had elevated levels of mercury in their bloodstreams and were under medical care, according to Debbie Nickels, administrator of the Jefferson County Health Depart- ment. Additional Seasonal Hours: Tuesdays, October 2, 9, 16 & 22, 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm Flu and Pneumonia shots only during these hours. PubHeaRh Pteve Ftumotr. Potect. Vaccine , [ Standard Vaccine, 6 mos thru adult, $25 Options: I Intradermal Vaccine, 18- 64years, $30 High Dose Vaccine, 65 + years, $40 We accept Medicare Part B, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cash or Check. Please bring appropriate insurance card or payment with you. Nortonville Wednesday, October 3rd 9:30 - 11:00 am Senior Citizen Center Winchester Wednesday, October 10th 10:00 - 12:00 Noon Community Building Grantville Wednesday, October 17th 10:00 - 12:00 Noon Community Building Meriden Wednesday, October 24th 10:00 - 12:00 Noon Rock Creek Bible Church I Valley Falls Wednesday, October 3rd 12:30 - 2:00 pm Township Hall McLouth Monday, October 15th 10:00 - 12:00 Noon First Baptist Church Perry Wednesday, October 17th 1:30 - 3:30 pm Community Building If questions, please call the health department at (785) 863-2447. 04-14-4tc