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LL COUNTY REcoRD Thursday, February 13, 2003 ato JH wins 1st round Recordstands at 12-0 Mankato Junior High A-team their record to 12-0 44-27 victory over the Southern t Braves in the first round of the League Junior High Tour- at their home gym Monday. ling to Mankato basketball True, the Cougars dotal- the beginning by the Braves 16-3 in the first ~g a 30-12 lead into the room at the half. said, "The Cougars tough de- never let the Braves in the ball C' }adger led Cougar scoring 1 Wagner followed 1 points. Lee Simon was good Valley Panthers White Rock Valley Panthers defeated Rock girls 52-23 and the :k boys 71-45 Friday night at !he girls' game, Sheree Kriley m Garrnan paced the Lady Eagles points each. Meggie Michels )Wed with 4 points. Angola Jeffer~, and Malanie uted 2 poi nts. Robyn hit a free throw. paced the Lady Pan- 15 points followed by Terell 12.points. Tara Slinker 9 points. Amber Coons Its. Shea Larson was good points. Jennie Carlgren, Jamie da Tcbow were good each. game, Caleb Frasier Rock Eagles with 18 Hajny followed with 16 contributed 3 points Chris Hancock, Brant mrs. tanning each added lan Lindberg led the Panthers with 21 points followed by ',with 13 and JeffNutsch Heltne contributed 8 and WeE Clark addd 6. Curtis )lder. was good for 4 points. Garrett Russell, Caleb JS. will host the Hillcrest angs Friday night at Burr Oak. for 5 points. Aaron Melby, Paul Jonson, Patrick Christie and Dustin Waite each added 2 points. Wagner led the team in rebounding with 13 boards. Badger had 5 rebounds. Badger tallied 6 steals. The team shot 20 for 52 from the field for 39 percent and went 3 for 6 from the free throw line for 50 percent. The next action for the Cougars will be today (Thursday) at 4:45 p.m. when they rake on the Jewell Wildcats in the semifinals of the PTL JH Tourney. III Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Lynn Winslow took Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kattenberg to Salina to the doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Penn, Salina, visited the Kattenbergs. Aaron, Seth and Vanessa Peterson came to Ernie Kattenbergs to ride horses. Joyce Ritter brought dinner to Maude Kellers Sunday and ate with her. Lucile Clark and Audrey Young visited Bob Kattenbergs. Joyce Ritter and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg visited Maude Keller. The bell choir of the Methodist Church played Sunday morning. We had a regular blizzard Monday morning and it was a wet snow and drifted with high winds. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg vis- ited Arleta Underwood. Mustangs Mankato e Hillcrest Mustangs stampeded girls and boys Feb. 4 Hillcrest girls beat Mankato ,d the Lady Cougars points Tiffany Jonson followed points. Nicole Jeffery contrib- maLee Harris was Sara Christie scored Hillcrest Lady Mustangs had in double figures. )pEa pumped in 19 points followed with 12 Kara Kolman contributed 9 tcek added 7 points. Ashley Junker each Krystina Bunch was est boys defeated 80-65. we players in double Zadina paced the Cougars points. Chase Wame followed points. Trover Etkins and Ja- ibuted I 1 points. added 10 points. Cortney and Stuarl Jonson each travels to Jewell Friday to take on the Wildcats. Farmway Credit Union Mankato Feb. 16 through Feb. 22 WHITE ROCK 21 : High School vs Waconda East at Burr Oak, 6:30 p,m. MANKATO Tuesday, Feb. 18: Basketball at Downs. Friday, Feb. 21: High School Basketball at Mankato vs Southern Cloud. JEWELL Tuesday, Feb. 18: gh School Basketball at Cuba. let us C with: Safe Deposit ;, Official Express Travel ~eks. Credit Life Insurance, tbility Insurance, Fax Service, Check ~r,,j. ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's ~avlngs Bonds, Night ",~,.,,ry. Dm~ct Deposits and ,':~:,,.r.~ O;~yroll Deposits and "~'-L,~,,,~ hI,A.;arj ,~.~('.rv~(.:o, Share Waconda East beats Jewell girls, boys The Waconda East Vikings defeated the Jewell girls 74-29 and the boys 53- 45 at Cawker City Friday night. Casey Henningsen with 33 points for the Lady Vikings (13-2) was enough to defeat the Lady Wildcats but Karl Albert was also in double figures with 20 points. Kayla Winkel was good for 7 points while Samantha Winkel scored 5. Keah Cunninghamcontributed 4 points, Kelly McPeak 3 and Jessica Winkel 2. Amy Waterman led Jewell in scor- ing with 9 points. Lisa Si:hwerman followed with 8 points. Ashley Lienberger was good for 6 points. Sh- annon Snell and Tracy Bohnert each contributed 2 points. Emily Burgess and Laura Butts each hit a free throw. In the 53-45 loss to Wac0nda East, the Jewell boys were led by Jesse Wil- liams with 12 points, Joel Kemmerer and Caleb Ramsey followed with 9 points each. Mark Peters and Jonah Stafford were each good for 5 points. Richard Shamburg contributed 3 points and Mike Wanklyn added 2. Jewell hosts the Mankato Cougars Friday night. i~ii! Mankato Junior Varsity boys basketball team hosted a round-robin tournament recefitly which they won by defeating Pike Valley 60-54. Members of and their coaches are (back row, from left) Coach Marry Zadina, Jason Flavin, Trent Webb, Andrew Pumphrey, Tanner Dauner, Jason Lamp and Don Blanchat, coach; (front) Brad Hulbert, Jon Bingesser, Victor Urbaniak, Perry Colson, Nick Newell, Daniel Badger, Robert Whelchel and Jason Nelson. Washington Tigers tame Jewell Wildcats The visiting Washington Tigers tamed the Jewell Lady Wildcats 41-35 and the Wildcats 54-20 Feb. 4 at Jewell. Lady Tigers vs. Lady Wildcats In a 6-point loss, Shannon Snell led the Jewell scoring effort 10 points. Ashley Lienberger and Sarah Birdsell followed with 6 points each. Lisa Schwerman contributed 5 points and Tracy Bohnert added 4. Emily Burgess and Laura BuTts were good for 2 points each. Brax led the Lady Tigers with "11 points. Gilliam followed with 9 points. Ouellette and Montague contributed 8 points each. Baker added 3 points and Woodcock was good for 2. Tigers vs. Wildcats The Washington Tigers mauled the Jewell Wildcats 54-20. Joel Kemmerer scored 9 points to lead the Wildcats. Jonah Stafford con- tributed 4 points. Mark Peters, Jesse Williams and Caleb Ramsey added 2 points each. Ty Slate hit a free throw. Washington had 10 players in the scoring column and none in double figures. Sherlock paced the Tigers with 9 points. Cole, Lehman and Zabokrtsky followed with 8 points each. Pannbacker and Ulrich contributed 6 points each. T. Lehman added 3 points. Ouellette, L'Ecuyer and Hatesohl each scored 2 points. Jewell hosts the Mankato Cougars Friday night. Seven join Bulldog gridders McPherson College has announced the second semester enrollment of seven players, now on campus and who will participate in the Bulldogs spring drills. They include brothers, Jason Stephens and Chad Wulf, Guide Rock, who both attended Cloud County Community College before transfer- ring to McPherson. Stephens, 6'3" 230-1bE.graduated from White Rock High School and is majoring in history at McPherson Col- lege He was.',~four-y~artletter winner Valentine's Pay Friday, Feb. 14 Shop for your sweetheart ":~ =--* Russell Stover Candies ---Valentine Card F'- "-" Colognes and Perfumes ,,--New Gift Ideas Mankato ProfesswnaI.Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 All Jewell County Offices & the Jewell County Solid Waste will be CLOSED Monday, Feb.17 in Observance of Presidents Day The County Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 18 INSTANT INTERNET AccEss V,A SATELLITE available anywhere Contact Dick's IV, Fllrllilllre/A##liallce 106 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 ~ ~ , 785-378-3123 , in football and three-year honoree in basketball for the White Rock Eagles. He is expected to provide depth for the Bulldogs at the quarterback spot. Wulf, 6"0", 260-1bE. also graduated from White Rock High School. An 8- man football, all-state, selection as a junior, he will compete for playing time on the Bulldogs' defensive line. He is majoring in auto restoration at McPherson. Kensington Goldbugs beat Wit girls, boys The White Rock girls and boys both suffered' 3-point defeats as the Kensington Goldbugs beat the White Rock Lady Eagles 45-42 and the White Rock Eagles 61-58 in overtime Feb. 4 at Esbon. Lady Goldbugs vs. Lady Eagles The Lady Eagles had three players in double figures. Erin Garman led White Rock in scoring with 12 points followed by Robyn Konen with I l.Meggie Michels was good for 1O points. Sheree Kriley contributed 7 points and Malanie Kriley added 2 points. Nikki Kuhlman scored 12 points to pace the Lady Goldbugs. Natalie Hainke followed with 10 points. Kristen Yoxall contributed 7 points and Emily Boswell added 6. McKeuzie Rietzke and Emily Slavik were gos~[.for 4 2Po..ints each and Kaylee Lehmann had Goldbugs vs. Eagles Kensington and White Rock were tied at 52 all at the end of regulation, but the Goldbugs outscored the Eagles 9-6 in the overtime to claim the vic- tory. Justin Hajny had a big night.with 24 II points for the White Rock Eagles in the 3-point 61-58 loss to Kensington. Monte Manning was the only other Eagle in double figures with 10 points. Jim Garman contributed 8 points and Josh Bird added 6 points. Stuart Boyles and Brant Beam were good tbr4 points each. Caleb Frasier scored 2 points. Kensington had five players in double figures. J.Rietzke paced the Goldbugs with 16 points. Austin Panter followed with 12 points. Garrett Levin, Jed Whelchel and Justin Bretton added 10 points each. Jeremy Hunter rounded out scoringwith 3 points. White Rock will host the Hillcrest Mustangs Friday night at Burr Oak. Dispatch . By Edna Verhage Greeters for the Sunday worship service at the church were Roy, Stacy, Trover and Miranda DeBey. Passage Sunday morning was Romans 10:1- 13. Theme Sunday morning was 'The Unity of Faith and Confession'. Pas- sage Sunday evening was Matthew 17:20-33. Theme Sunday evening was 'Peter: Bold in Faith'. Miranda DeBey presented a flute solo at the worship service Sunday evening. She was accompanied by hcr mother, Stacy DeBey. Men' s Prayer Breakfast at Dispatch will be at 7 a.m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groenendyk, Cedar, Iowa, were weekend guests of the Russell Groenendyk family. Happy birthday to: Alexis Keeps, Feb. 9; Judy VerHeul, Feb. 10; Genny Tani~, Feb. 13; Kenneth Otto, Feb. 14. R e the Jgwgll C.qunty ansponauon Lime and let us do the driving for you! Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jeweil County General Public Transportation. ONCORDI~k~ Feb. 18, towns served: Formoso, ,=~11, Randall. . SALINA.,FI~b. 21, towns served: Jewel, Ran~ll, Beloit, ; Asherville, Simpson. HASTINGS: March 6, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. BELOIT: March 13, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Mankato is sewed daily within Mankato a. nd also in the above listed trips. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Soma trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made. Golden Eagle Sunday, Feb. 23 s15 (s15 casino payback) Reserve a seat - NOX .!! Williams Your Way Travel Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3335 diE[ PTL Tournament results for 2 rounds The 2003 Pike Trail League Junior High Basketball Tournament began Saturday at the Mankato High School Gym with eight game beginning at 10 a.m.. The following are the results for the day: Boys North Central 42, Hillcrest 29; Southern Cloud 38, Glen Elder 34; Tipton 41, Pike Valley 32 and Jewell 50, St. John's 47. Girls Southern Cloud 18, North Central 12; Glen Elder 25, Mankato 22; Tipton 35, St. John's 38 and Jewel147, White Rock 26. The tournament continued on Mon- day with four game played. The results are as follows: Boys White Rock 45, North Central' 36 and Mankato 44, Southern Cloud 27. Girls Hillcrest 44, Jewell 23 and Pike Valley 46, Southern Cloud 19. The following is the line up for today's (Thursday) semifinal games. Boys Mankato, seeded number 1, vs. Jewell, seeded number 5, 4:45 p.m. and White Rock, seeded number 2 vs. "Tipton, seeded number 6, 7:15 p.m. Girls Pike Valley, seeded number 1 vs. Glen Elder, seeded number 4, 3:30 p.m. and Hillcrest, seeded number 2 vs. Tipton, seeded number 3, 6 p.m. SOLID FAMILY TRUCKING COMPANY SEEKING A GOOD "PEOPLE PERSON" MUST HAVE GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND STRONG ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS. SEND RESUME TO: P.O. BOX 106 Sabetha, 1(5 66534 Netabollfe/Ephedra Warning IIII I I I Paradise By Ava Knarr ii, ill ii i Marjorie Hartsel and'Deb Griffeth attended the basketball game in Beloit. Brian Hartsel played in the game. Inez Clark attended the J-Jane meet- ing at Sherilyn Kadel's home in Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. George Balch, For- moso, and Ava Knarr attended the N.C. Shrine supper at Belleville. Lynell Sheahan, Randall, enter- tained the Double D bridge Club. Guests were LeotaClawsen andNadine Balch. Neveda Vetter will have the next meeting Feb. 19. Inez Clark had the Four Some Bridge Club. Ava Knarr was a guest. Ava Knarr called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Melby, Scandia, and Cleta Mac Dalrymple. A little light snow fell Saturday and Sunday. Jewell Garden Club members had breakfast in Beloit with nine present. Kathleen will have the next meeting. Feb 20. II I I FSA News By Jim Peroutek, lowell County PSA Director II I I I Determining 'proven yields' Some owners cannot provide pro- duction evidence to prove yields for counter-cyclical payments because they may have recently purchased the farm. Under these circumstances, cur- rent policy assigns the owner 75 per- cent of the county average yield--the county "plug". The county FSA committee may establish a yield for an owner on land the owner or current operator did not farm in prior years. The yield t:an be based on three similar farms or the LDPrecords for that farm, but cannot exceed the county average yield. This procedure applies only when land ha~ been purchased or When the owner or current operator did not have an interest in the crop. If an LDP was made for the crop in the applicable year, the LDP produc- tion will be used to determine the yield. If an LDP was not made, the county committee will determine similar farms, CLOSED for Presidents Day Monday, Feb. 1 7 at Esbon and Burr Oak, Kan. III II Guaranty State Bank and Trust Company Esbon,. Kan,, 785,725.3663 - Burr Oak, Kan. 785-647-6621 , DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES POSITION AVAILABLE Jewell County Hospital is seeking to hire Director of Financial Services-Human Resource Manager. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration- Accounting; Previous business office experience in hospital setting preferred, including computer proficiency; supervisory experience required. Competitive wages, great benefit package. For more information please call Deanna Freeman, Administrator, 78~78-3137 Please send resumes to.'Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, P.O. Box 327, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Attention: Deanna Freeman. 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