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CORD ~ELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 30, 2003 Lnnounce engagement on train ~ Tricia LoNeal Beck, Strang, and ;eyond tl~stopher Kyle Dauner, Mankato ...... t~ planning a May 31 wedding at St. ~nt Mandller s Lutheran Church, Davenport. f the Uni~Their parents are Donald and armerand}Neal Beck, Strang, and Lyle and rage Thettthy Dauner Mankato. ~y ~Jown|Grandparents are Norbert Sch- mmerce. ~der, Davenport; Lothair and Carol Idustries~Uner and Catherine Riffey, all of lWyer, Kan. ing hills ~,nTrir~!a !s pursuing a degree in hu- eexpan~ elations from Doane College, to, "Ad A~coln. She is currently working asa ~culties. l~e's tech with Bryan LGH East i ~d so gra~ cardiovascular holding and recov- ~ard. )' room. • .r above a~Christopher will receive his degree 3wer, and!,a'lay from Kansas State University :hase, w~human resource management and rnited Sta~eral business• yellow bl~ ea me Sunflo~Tv students get our sta~u honors is the t~Kansas State University is award- necontine-/g semester honors to nearly 1,850 idents for their outstanding academic his rich drformance and is awarding gradua- helping fin honors to 77 students. shourWIf Local students receiving semester mors are listed: Kelli Simmelink, Esbon; Jennifer rp utilte,~ Cole Taylor and Ashl y n Ward , t- ~r.; s~ell; Jennifer Harris, Mankato; Jen- .,, A •. ~er Lindberg and Shawn Peterson, /arm wm~urtland; Joshua Roe, Republic; Ed- ttput offr~rd Larson and Matthew Swanson, lg plants .~ndia. Jeremy Fredrickson Courtland, is adapted f~luating cure laude with a bachelor ed a ~'in~ science in agribusiness rmt the v~ w~S°net~prmer resident and 45 ~ts cell transplant tbreakd~Karen Spiegel Basham. who has ,are met:_l~S, underwent a stem cell exp.ianjtnsplantion last weekend in Atlanta ate univ ~i She is the daughterofRalph Spiegel] on hortic~loit, formerly of Randall. Her husband Mark and sister, '.r is not!etchen Speigel' accom'oanied her to ~, • . i! • / gh .chl! i!anta. They expect to return to their heetmg ~ ,me in Eureka today. tally e~ The Institute of Cellular Medicine ;mperat Atlanta has begun experimental pro- her, eve dures, including stem cell transplan- ;ion, using stem cells obtained from drop in ~rnan umbilical cord blood, to treat uld kill altiple-sclerosis and ALS, better ~OWn as Lou Gehrig's disease. plants fr~Success has been realized in the y," Uph~st patients who received this treat- the stress[hr. The procedure done with IVs, ingwinte~ts.3-5 days, followed with a blood ~; the day after the final treatment. ~other blood test is done in two weeks • . 2" there are monthly follow-ups in al~lOl!e patient's home town. ANNUAL MEETING ['leads Smith County Board Beck-Dauner Jewell County Ambulance report Jan. 21 : Troy Kyle, Webster Count2,' Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital, Keamey, Neb. Jan. 22: Mary Kriley, Mary Lanning Hospital to Jewell County Hospital; fire standby. Jan. 24: Fire standby southeast of Esbon; Bassem.Sabovini, accident scene to Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital; Katie Bow- ers, accident scene to Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital: Linda Morgan, accident scene to Jew- ell County Hospital; Monsolete Trubey, residence, Mankato, to Jewell County Hospital. Jan. 25: Bassem Sabovini, Mitchell County Hospital to Jewell County Hospital; Katie Bowers, Mitchell County Hospital to Jewell County Hospital; Monsolete Trubey, Jewell County Hospital to Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Mitchell County Hospital Admissions. Jan. 20: Lawrence Divel, Jewell. Dismissals. Jan. 21 : Betty Newton, Jewell. Randall church women meet Randall United Church Women met Jan. 22 with five quilting in the morn- ing. Betty Mayhew was a guest. Karen Matteson had devotions. She told of the first mission and church in Kansas established by the Methodist Church at Shawnee Mission to minis- ter to the Indians. Roll call was an- swered with something about Kansas. A letter from Mission to Russia was read as were several thank you letters from missions receiving Christmas do- Teens for Christ host Mankato event North Central Kansas Teens for Christ will host a road rally Sunday at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Mankato Jr-Sr High School Little Theater• The rally will feature the Christian film "Invisible Enemies," a story of a young man who is able to see the spiritual battle behind the lives of those around him. Special music is by a team from Concordia Wesleyan Church under the direction of James Helton, youth pas- tor. The evening will include games, give a-ways and several special events. This program is the third of four to be in Mankato during this school year in addition to the TFC Rallies in Con- cordia the third Saturday of each month. A free-will offering will be taken. Club members make lap robes Nevada Vetter was hostess to GFWC of Kansas Progressive Study Club for an all-day sewing event for veterans. Many lap robes were as- sembled. A cooperative salad-sand- wich lunch was served at noon. The business meeting was con- ducted by Elaine Peters• A report was made on the Chamber meal. A number of communications were read. The group approved payment for registration for all students interested in attending the music talent contest. Students' posters, shared by the Jewell Garden Club, will be placed in the Co- op window decorated by club mem- bers. Theresa Baxa issued an invitation for members to attend club at her home in Beloit in February. Each member is to bring a Valentine. Elisha Bolte reported from the GFWC Clubwoman telling of the 2000 members of Juniorettes in 22 states. Their projects include giving bears to EMTs for children who are transported by ambulance and hearts made for those in rest homes. Bartley honored for service Leland Bartley, Esbon, was-~,~q~- nized recently for 45 years of service to the Government of the United States of America. Bartley represented the local FSA office as a field reporter and is known for having been on nearly every piece of Jewell County property. JC Friendship Meals Feb. 3 through Feb. 7 Monday: Chicken and noodles, broccoli, wheat roll, pears. Tuesday: Vegetable beef soup, three bean salad, crackers, cinnamon roll. Wednesday: Baked fish, roasted potatoes and garlic, corn, wheat roll, strawberries and peach gelatin. Thursday; Roast beef, mashed po- tatoes, gravy, cauliflower Au Gratin, wheat roll, cherry crisp. Friday: meatloaf, scalloped pota- toes, carrot raisin salad, wheat roll, orange glazed baked apples. Meals delivered by Lutheran Church• Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Jewell Library hosts Story Time Jewell Library will conduct story time, "Fairy Tales," every Tuesday, beginning Feb. 4 from 3 to 3:45 p.m. This is for children preschool through kindergarten. For more information contact the Jewell Library or Karl Eilert Snider presents lesson at UMW Shirtey Snider presented the pro- gram. "Quiet Day Service for a Call to Prayer and Self Denial, A Gift of a Lifetime," when Harmony United Methodist Women met re?ently. Focus for the lesson were deacon- esses an~:l missionaries. Elaine Smith and Coralyn Kaufman assisted by read- ing the litany, Bible verses and other parts of the program. Several hymns were sung and members were encour- aged to express their ideas ofa"Gift of a Lifetime." Roma Grout, president, presided at the business meeting. Concerns are for the many school children who are ill and for others who are sick or hospitalized and for the group of 10 people who were going to Mexico to work on a vohinteer mission project. ---'-- - Elaine Smith is chairperson for the annual dinner March 15. Installation of UMW officers Jan. 13 during church. Jan. 26 was Family Fun Night. Rosalie Menhusen and Tracy Walker were hostesses from Rebecca Circle• 80th Birthday Party-= [ RexHeadrick Sunday, Feb. 9. 2 tO4 p.m. oudty Board of Com- The group approved the purchase JeWel I, =K~I~ .... of more padded chairs. No gifts, please!!! 9,,11i lllllllllilllllllllllllll ,OI =..~w ,,. Thankyou to the I--=1 I" -A -sIe -" Mankato Fire Department for their I~ I1 quick response to the fire at I-~ I I to everyone who helped make my 80th birthday one to I calls. our place of business. I'1 Iremember. ThanksforalI thecardsand telephone Paul's Repair i==l1 a special thanks to my children: I Connie, James, Deanna and Susan Man]catoAuto .... Body Crs' ) -I -=1, _ "l e H d"oaM _-- !IllIIIllllIlllllllllllll '~l L-.-,,- -,--_'=a Thank you to my family and friends for the visits, cards, flowers and calls while I was in the hospital and since returning home. Leota Clawson W ! :ii:?The Mankato Catholic J Church Youth Group is selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts on * Saturday, Feb. 15 qve ye~ eral goV~ ning hM~ ~ture h current,,., 7 to 9 a.m. ~ost per dozen glazed doughnuts ........... -rIk~ ~: Orders need to be made by Saturday, Feb. 8!!I. g 'I la Manitato, contact: Dustln ware, Nicole or Neal deftery, ' ! desslca or dosh Sudermann, Jason Flavin, Alan Wagner or lews ~ ~/Io,--~ ~ t- ... • ,'be~ . ,,oai wagner. :t Oak, contact: Stuart oyles /~. ~sbon, contact: Robert Whelche]. dake Hesting. or Tyson Callaway • rra Koster or A d Eilert #~/~ ha Jewell, contact. Sie .. /)v~,] Ill Ionia cont act; Brett Kohn Y Homemade Beef and Noodle Dinner Sunday, February 2 • seri!! Fund-rai Jewel/ County Hospital Nursing Staff /s having a fund-raiser to assist with the purchase of an IV Fluid and Blanket Warmer. The IV Fluid and Blanket Warmer, holding warm blankets and keeping IV fluids at body temperature, will be placed near the emergency room door for easy access during trauma type and other critical situations. With traumatic injuries, the body can lose blood volume an0 body heat needed to maintain life. Chances on a Kodak Easy Share CX4320 are available at several businesses throughout Jewell County and the Jewell county Hospital Nursing Staff. Jewell County Hospital cams about you and your family. We take pride in offering quality health care. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jewell Community Center ~ Jewell, Kan. Free Will Donation • Homemade beef and noodles • Mashed potatoes • Roll • Dessert bar Sponsored by Jewell Daycare Center, Inc. and Preschool How Sweet it Is! Say Happy Valentine's Day with ~