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)RD 4A ~EWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday,-February 6, 2003 well girls fall to Tipton, Hillcrest: !il)ton lmdy Cardinals 75, .le~vell Lady Wildcats 46 tc Tipton I.ady Cardinals defeated ~cll girls 75-46 Jan. 28 at Jewell. !hley Lienberger led Jewell in !g with 16 poims. Amy Waterman k)uble figures with 11 points. and Shannon Snell ~n. contributed 6 points. Darcic LauraButts and Jaime Sanborn ~ded 2 points. Emily Burgess hit itthorhvad three players in double ~. E. Greif led the Lady Cardi- I120 points. A. l.)oyle fol lowed A. Gasper was good for nts. V. Hollerick contributed 9 iandA Hake8 A. Ohnsat. K. !tt and K. Marshall each scored 2 ;hamburg,~'Hd ,oh ~a,,=~[l " lcrest Ladv Mustangs 75, ....... :' .... ~ewell Lady W'ildcats 31 ~: ~':r~ Hillcrest girls defeated the i!ii~{ii~:i~ Lady Wildcats 75-31 Friday :~ t Jewell. !~werman led the Lady Wildcats points. Snell and Waterman th 7 points each. Lienberger 5 points. Tracy Bohnert pomts. :rest had four players in double s..Holly Harris led the Mustangs with 17 points and Kara followed with 15 points. ka Bunch contributed 12 points Kopsa added 11 poiut. accounted for 9 points as good for 6 points. Katie Johnson and Ashley J unker each scored 2 points and Brandy Valek hit a free throw. Jewell travels to Cawker City Fri- day night to take on the Waconda East Vikings. WE Lady Vikings beat Mankato 73-32 The \Vaconda East Lady Vikings defeated the Mankato girls 73-32 Fri- day night at Mankato. The Lady Vikings were up 19-2 at the end of the first quarter and 45-11 at the half. The Lady Vikings extended their lead to 63-18 at the end of three. Waconda East'sCasey Henningsen, scored 32 points to tie tile Mankato score. Hennmgsen scored 10 points the first quarter and 16 the second quarter and then scored very little in the second half as she spent most of her time on tile bench. Kan Albert and Kelly McPeak were both in double figures for Waconda East with 14 points and I 1 points re- spectively. Kayla Winkel contributed 8 points and Samantha Winkel added 5 points. Keah Cunningham was good for 3 points. Beth Gillett led the Lady Cougars with 16 poinls. Nicole Jeffery was good for 7 points. Tiffany Jensen contrib- uted 5 points and Sara Christie had 4 points. Mankato hosts tile St. John's Blujays Feb. 11. News County Traffic State of Kansas vs. Daniel G. Mankato,.driving under the r, plea of not guihy. Criminal : State of Kansas vs. Tommy ld, Bel evillle giving a worlh- eck. Served Jan.27. State of Kansas vs. Chryslal Formoso, giving a worthless :rved Jan. 28. of Kansas vs. Tommy Belleville, giving a wonh- k. Served Jan. 24. of Kansas vs. Joshua L. oit, giving a worthless Feb. 1. tale of Kansas vs.. Tommy lleville, giving a worth- erved Jan. 31. Civil ackstone Aerial Spraying, Inc. Thompson, Superior, order for ~gegarnishment to Guaranty " ank and Trust Co., Burr Oak. F .... a~. Accident rult ap~ ~ 2 r, ..... t " at milepos, 231 on K-14 at pravGuid~ ~,lilat~ly. 7:15 p.m., Matthew "~- "-'a~ n~tiag, Burr Oak driving a y".evrolet. was heaaing north ra ueer came from the west ditch tecreatio~llided ~" . , .....~ with his vehicle Dam- ~. lO.t~Jt C~ded $500. ' " ecomme~ Accident invesu- control ~oy Deputy Alley. ect pests I Register of Deeds They alS t,r!~ Carter and Norena Carter U.S. legl }up. Carterand Ruth S. Carter, ,ns, as we :L4,5and6inBIock l,l.amm's rations. ,n to Webber. )p~'~ plUS ~ caruin E. Montgomery and 1 handli01 e Montgomery to Lance A. eir.reque~apd Angela L. Ayers, S 1/2 of ,nstonH%l/4 and N 1/2 SW I/4 of .: Chrls]~,t--~tr, z/-A, township 2S, Range 7W. ~rton H~t. . Montgomery and Angela 506. B~t,gmery to Lance A. Ayers and ~tble at ,~;~. Ayers, a tract of land in the ;rs Conf~ 7~~ Section 28, Township 2S, the Olatl~ ,v. I!rv E. Montgomery and 'y, to Lance A. Ayers and Angeia L. Ayers, N 1/2 NW 1/4 and N 1/2 NE 1/4 of Section 28, Township 2S, Range 7W, except a tract in the NW 1/4 of Section 28. Township 2S, Range 7W. Kenneth File and Ruth File to Bra- dley K. Bouray and Jalonda H. Bouray, SE 1/4 of Section 2t,'Township IS, Range 6W and NW 1/4 of Section 27. Township IS, Range 6W, except a tract of land. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Do this now! (just in case...) The time to look up tile number of your local poison control center isn't when you're frantic because yonr toddler has gotten into the cleaning supplies. Look it up now. Tape it next to your phone alongside other emergency num- bers. Waiting Room Toy Take along a package of chenille wires when you expect a long wait with your child. Together, you can make necklaces, figures of people, shapes and letters. FSA News By Jim I~eroutek, ]ewell County FSA Director Producers have until March 15 to register for tile NAP (Non Insured Assistance Program). Eligible crops include commercial crops and other agricultural commodities for which the catastrophic level of crop insurance is unavailaNe. These crops include grass pasture, grass hay, feed crops, alfalfa, vegetables,etc. Producers need to come to the FSA office to apply tor cover- age. An administration lee for the cov- erage applies of $100 per crop with a maximum of $300 per producer per county with a $900 maximum fee for multi -county producers. Producers have until March 15 to apply for coverage for 2003 crops and to report 2002 production history. Mankato's 6' 6" Jason Stewart (55) goes up for 2 of his 13 points against Waconda East's 6' 0" Skyter Wise in action Friday night at Mankato. With 11 players scoring and five in double figures, the Cougars cruised to an easy 111-68 victory over the Vikings. Junior Cougars end season undefeated, with 11-0 record The Mankato Junior High A-tea,~,,mm 10, 13 and 15. "'- Cougars ended their regular season The CougarsSseeded number one, with a 57-27 win over the Jewell Wild- have a first-round bye and will not play cats at Jewell Jan. 29. The Cougais led the Wildcats early m the contest by outscoring thei r oppo- nent 19-6 by the end of the first quarter. The Cougars led the Wildcats 31-13 at the hall'. Alan Wagner led the scoring for the Cougars with 21 points followed by Adam Badger with 13 points. Lee Simon was good for 10 points. Dustin Waite contributed 4 points. Patrick Christie added 3 points. Jeff Zadina, Jeff Check and Neal Jeff cry were good lor 2 points each. The Cougars shot 24 lot 43 from the field for 56 percent. Wagner also led the team in re- bounding with 6 boa:ds tk)llowcd by Badger with 5 and Waite with 4. Waite, Badger and Wagner each had 2 steals. The Cougars were 9 for t 3 from the free throw line for 69 percent. The next action for the Cougars will be the Pike Trail League Junior High Tournament held at Mankato Feb. 8, until Feb. 10 when the take on the winner of the Glen Elder vs. Southern Cloud game. The B-team Cougars came away with a 19-5 victory to end their season with a record of 8 wins and 2 losses. The Cougar B-team opened the game with a hot shooting touch and outscored the Wildcats 14-2 by the end of the first half. The team finished the game shoot- ing 8 for 22 from the field for 36 percent. Leading the scoring for the Cougar B-team was Mitch Martin with 5 points followed by Josh Sudermann with 3 points. Rob Wilson, Neil Bonjour, Aaron ~,~l, by, Neal Jeffery and Paul Jensen each added 2 points, Shaun Davis rounded out the scoring with 1 point. Martin was the leading rebounder for the Cougars followed by Jensen and Davis with 2 boards each. The Cougars were 2 for 4 from the free throw line for 50 percent. is selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts on Saturday, Feb. 15 7 to 9 a.m. Cost per dozen glazed doughnuts ........... * Orders need to be made by Saturday, Feb. 8!I! In Mankato, contact: Dustin Waite, Nicole or Neal deficiT, dessica or Josh Sudermann, Jason Flavin, Alan Wagner or Moriah Wagner. In Burr Oak, contact: Stuart Boyles In Esbon, contact: Robert Whelchel, Jake Hesting, or Tyson Callaway ps i: JEWELL I In Jewell, contact: Sierra Koster or A.j. Eflert In Ionia, contact; lJrett Kohn i CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE II == ......... : IONDAY, FEB. 10 7 P.M-II J)ugar Talo ',~! JEWELL COMMUNITY CENTER /I Meet the people who make Mankato Schools Special Valentine's Day with dth %*' Gibson Valentine Cards %'~ The latest selection of men and women colognes Man ot .... fits for our special Valentine II Y her Heart warming gi y ' ' If2kato professional" Pharmacy ~rctaltV Cornm " Mankato, I~an.. 785-378-3183 Jason Stewart is a senior at Mankato High School and the son of Kathy and Larry Stewart. His hobbies are basket- ball, drawing and sleeping. School activ- ity is basketball. Following graduation he plans to go to college. A highlight while attending MHS is "wearing my cheerleader t-shirt ten days in a row," said Jason, His feelings about living in a small community are "the advantage is that I know almost everyone, disadvan- tage is that almost everyone knows me," states Jason. Trevor Elkins is a senior at Mankato High School and the son of Joel Elkins and Karen Grelinger. His hobbies include athletics, watching TV and hanging out with friends. School activities include football, basketball, track and FCCLA. After graduation he plans to go to college. A highlight while attending MHS was his junior year of American History. About living in a small community Trevor says, "the advantage is you know everyone; disadvantage is too much gossip." ..... : - EXCi.IANG[ MankatoI Kan. 66956 H North Central beats White Rock 53-48 The North Central Cougars del~ated the White Rock [:agles 53-48 Friday night at Morrowville. The White-Rock Eagles had three players in double figures. Justin ltajny led the Eagles with 18 points lollowed by Stuart Boyles with 14 points and Caleb Frasier with 10. Josh Bird scored 5 poinls and Brant Beam hit a free throw. The Cougars were paced by Jordan Zenger with 18 points, Dustin Zenger with 12 and Darrick Emery wiih 10. Brody Grove contributed 7 points and Mike Koss added 5 points. Vexa Em- ery hit a free throw. The Eagles travel to Courtland Fri- day night to take on the Pike Valley Panthers. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell ................. Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunshop @ nckcn.com Cougars pound Vikings 111 to 68; 11 score for MHS The Mankato Cougars bit the Waconda East Vikings hard Friday night at Mankato handing them a de- feat by a margin of 111-68. Mankato was up 27-13 at the end of the first quarter and 53-29 at the half. The Cougars extended their lead to 77- 46 after three quarters of play. Mankato had 11 players in the scor- ing column and five in double figures. Trevor Elkins led the Cougar scor- ing effort with 21 points. Ross Jeffery followed with 16 points. Aaron,Zadina contributed 14 l~)ints and Jason Stewart was right behind with 13. Jason Flavin added 11 points. Nick Newell and Chase Warne were each good for 9 points. Grey Zadina and Stuart Jensen JeweH boys fail to Tipton, Hillcrest Tipton Cardinals 69, Jeweii W]ldcats 44 The Tip~n Cardinals defeated the Jewell Wildcats 69-44 Jan. 28 at Jewell. Patrick FauBknei' led l~welt in scor- ing with 15 p0ihis q,n{~l Kemmerer followed with I 1 po~g Mark Peters contributed 9 point,~'and'Jerry Peters' added 7 points. Jesse Williams scored 2 points. ..... g',|iit,~i Gpel was the lea~l~lagscqrer for the Tipt0n Cardinal~ wi~h 19 points, Krier and Smith toll0wed with 13 points each. R. May contributed 9 points. Palen added 7 points and Corpstein was good for 6 points. May scored 2 points. Hillcrest Mustangs 86, Jewell Wildcats 21 The Hillcrest Mustangs beat the Jewell Wildcats 86-21 Friday night at Jcwell. Faulkner was the leading scorer for Jewell with 5 points. Jerry Peters fol- lowed with 4 points. Kemmerer was good for 3 points. Jonah Stafford, Wil- liams and Richard Shamburg contrib- uted 2 points each. Mark Peters, Mike W~mklyn and Caleb Ramsey each hit a free throw. lqillcrcst had 1our players in double figures. Mark Hendershott led the Mustangs with 20 points. Zach Kopsa lbllowed with 16 points. Wes Schou contributed 13 points and Casey Hausman added 12 points. Jordan Popelka was good for 9 points and Ty Kopsa had 7. Patrick Cherney scored 4 points. Nathan Svoboda and Jeff Richecky accounted for 2 points each Chris Zach hit a free throw. Jewell travels to Cawker City Fri- day night to take on the Waconda East Vikings. each put in 6 points. Conney Alexander was good for 5 points. Daniel Badger hit a free throw. Waconda East had three players in double figures led by Drew Duskie with 26 points. Matt Nicholson fol- lowed with 14 points and Dalton Remus was good for 12 points. Skyler Wise scored 6 points and Matt Buck contrib- uted 4 points. Terry Scott, Mike Bushell and Curly Schlaefli each added 2 points. Mankato hosts the St. John's Blujays Feb. 11. PTL JH Tournament to be at Mankato The Pike Trail League Junior High Basketball Tournament will be held at Mankato Feb."& 10, 13 and 15. In the girls' bracket number one- seeded Pike Valley and number two- seeded Hillcrest each have a bye. Third-seeded Tipton takes on num- ber six St. John's Saturday at 4:45 p.m. and fourth-seeded Glen Elder takes on number 5 Mankato at 1:45 p,m. Satur- day. Number 7 Jewell plays number 10 white Rock at 7:15 p.m. Saturday and number 8 North Central plays number 9 Southern Cloud at l l: 15 a,m. Satur- day. Pike Valley will play the winner of the North Central vs. Southern Cloud game Monday at 3:30 p.m. and Hillcrest will play the winner of the Je~ell White rock game at 6 p.m. Semi-final action for the girls is Feb. 13 at 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. The consolation game for the girls is at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 15 and the cham- pionship game for the girls will be Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. In the boys' bracket, Mankato, seeded number one and White Rock with a second-place seed both received byes. Number three Pike Valley plays sixth-seeded Tipton at 3:30 p.m. Sat- urday and fourth-seeded St. John's takes on number five Jeweli at 6 p.m. .Number 7 North Central plays num- ber 10 HiUcrest at 10 a.m. and number 8 Glen Elder plays number 9 Southern Cloud at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Mankato will play the winner of the Glen Elder vs. Southern Cloud game Monday at 4:45 p.m. and White Rock will play the winner of the North Cen- tral vs. Hiltcrest game at 10 a.m. Satur- day. Semi:final action for the boys is Feb. 13 at 4:45 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. The boys' consolation game is at 4:45 p.m. Feb. 15 and the champion- ship for the boys will be Feb. 15 at 7:15 p.m. I FEBRUARY TANNING SPECIAL Buy 10 tans for $e~/31 (and get 5 free/)_ Remember that special with a Sugar Shack Candle New wire holders and Candle warmers I"'x G~.,,,..m- I ~ll~mm RodneyandLindaPayne ] ALL ABOARD The ValcnLinc Superior, Nob. 402-879-3291 11 t E. Main Mankato, Kan, 785-378:3191 / Departing f!om The Newspaper Depot "Express" your love to a special child by placing his or her photograph in The Valentine Express! Deadline to Board The Valentine Express Friday, Feb. 7 To Get Aboard The Valentine Express: * Send or deliver a cute photograph of your child to either The Superior Express or Jewell County Record offices (we promise to return it unharmed) Include with picture name and age of child, name and address of parents and name and address of grandparents Costis 0NLY $7 Hurry Now! The Last Day is Friday, Feb. 7