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.3OUNTY RECORD Stasser and Ryan Neil e, both of Goodland, were married ceremony at Gilded Estes Park, Colo. The was officiated by the Rev. of the bride are Alan and Kingfisher, Okla. Par- s of the bridegroom are Eldon and Esbon. of honor was Jamie Hams. and best man was Chris Esbon. After a wedding trip to Estes Park Blackhawk, Colo., the couple es- a home in Goodland. reception and dance will be Feb. 7 p.m. at the Safari Steak and in Goodland. bride is a 1998 graduate of High School. She gradu- in 2001 with a a 1995 graduate gh School. He gradu- Ronnie and Alonda Mallory, Field Air Force Base, Fla., birth of their son, Kyle l 1. He weighed 5 pounds and was 19 inches long. He ~two brothers, Xeno and Miles Sad- Jewell, are LI aunt and uncle are and Becky Wright, Jewell. and Mallory, Concordia. Great Sr.. Burr Oak. Brian and Kate Hemandez have the birth of their first child. Renee was born Feb. 11. She lbs. 6 oz. and was 21 inches are Jesus and Jann Mt. Iron, Minn., and Bob Harper, Mankato. Anne and Pat Ferguson, Lawrence. announce the birth of their daugh- born Jan. 15. She has Jessica and Andrew. Sa- Mankato, is the and Julie Montague. announce the birth of their Samuel Ben, born Feb. 3 at He weighed 3 and was 20 1/2 ~ng. are Jim and Salina. and Claude Jewell. Great- are Dean Buster, Man- and Nellie Montague, Salina. is John Sipe, selected at ~term care ; crowning of the Valentine King was held at Long Term 21. Mahaffy and Aletha Logan honor or being selected King and Queen at Jewell Term Care. and Billie Kitts were ing. Dorothy Munro "eva Mahaffy were attendants to" Hinkle sang appropriate inia Alexanderread Val- and told of customs in Valentine's Day. cookies and punch were the tea table to residents guests. The Christian Church and decorated the cook- were Cathy Bur- Wagner and Brayde, Doris Kitts, Lamb, Charlbtte LindaCrangle, Y McCorkle and Elizabeth" of $185 was received from king ~nd queen and sent to the American Heart ----._. awarded scholarship a senior at White has been awarded" tr academic-scholar- allege for nextTear. is valued at $12.000 period. are Lee and Jeanne Academic scholarships are based on high school Point average and college en- • 785-378-3172 who because of beha~r, gets idoked out of academy. He can only find lowly security guard at After Earl accuses and ends up as a guard well, where Eart's police work leads to of a sophisticated smug- led by Nash (Eric Rob- and a POssible police cover.up. PG-13 e & some sensuality 28-March 2, Thursday, February 27, 2003 wed ated from NWKTC in 2002 with a degree in communications network technology. Stasser-Pate Jewell County Friendship Meals March 3 through March 7 Monday: Sausage gravy, biscuit, potato wedges, broccoli, grapefruit and oranges. Tuesday: Barbecue beef, bun, po- tato soup, seasoned cabbage, crackers, raisin oatmeal cookie. Wednesday: Baked fish, parsley potatoes, Harvard beets, biscuit, ba- nana. Thursday: Roast pork, fresh baked sweet potatoes, stewed tomatoes, wheat roll, dressing, spice cake. Friday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, herbed potatoes, cran- berry muffin, strawberries and bananas. Meals delivered by Catholic Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. New ArtsCenter Floor A new concrete floor has been poured in the buidling which houses the Courtland Arts Center. Announce engagement Mackenzie Manning qnd Nicholas Young announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Daphne Manning, Osborne; Kamie Miller. Lawrence, Kan., and Rodney Young, Grant, Neb. Grandparents of the bride-to-be are Lester and Roslyn Manning, Forestville, N. Y.. and the late F.D. and Betty Jo Broadwater, Wichita, Kan. Grandparents of the groom are Dwayne and Charlotte Most. Ogallala, Neb., and Janet Young, Lincoln. Neb., and the late Wendell Young. The bride-elect is a 1998 graduate of White Rock High School and a 2002 graduate of Ogle School of Hair De- sign. Hurst. Texas. She is currently a stylist at Shelton's Salon and Day Spa in Bedford, Texas. Her fiancr, a 1998 graduate of Saint Francis High School and a 2002 gradu- ate of Ottawa University is employed with Americredit Financial Services, Arlington, Texas. Dunstan hosts garden club • Connie Dunstan hosted seven mem- bers of Brownscreek Garden Club. June Saint and Elsie Gabe presented the lesson about "Garden in your liv- ing room," container grown fruits, vegetables and herbs Birthday gift from flower sister was received by Kathryn Eilert. Gerry Topliff will host the March meeting and present the lesson. Hog Truck Catches Fire A semi:~uck trailer loade~l with 200 hogs'e~ughi'fir˘ sS',ithlof L~f~moin Feb'."l-7th. Thb fire started on a trailer wheel. The load was bound for the Downs packing plant Thirty-three animals were killed. Manning-Young Parents as Teach~ By Amanda Anderson Crawling When your baby begins to crawl, check your home for his or her eye level. You may be surprised at the new safety proofing you'll need to do now that your baby can move around. Then, enjoy your baby's new skill: have crawling races with your baby; play peek-a-boo behind the furniture; cut off both ends of a cardboard box to make a mini-tunnel for your baby to crawl through. Appreciation At least once a day tell your child something specific you appreciate about what he or she Ims~lo~˘, YQu might say: "You sure didn't giv, c tip when you ~vere figuring out that puzzle." "You asked some interesting questions about the weather today. Your ideas really made me stop and think." Dale Mahaffy and Aletha Logan were declared at J.ewell County Long Term Care. Votes were cast by contributing money, which was donated to the American Head Association. Free Dance at Critter's . Saturday, March 1 p]afflOl~ " !..": ,~ Oi:p.na,,,,to Midnight ~' / Happy 18th BirtttdayJoa#n/ Burr Oak, Kan. will open , March 1 Serving menudtem$.inclodio~ steaks, shrimp and burgers HOURS: 4 to 10 p.m~- Monday Through Thursday " 4 to 11"'p.m." Friday 4 p.m. to Midnight -Saturday NEW OWNERS: RICK and MARILYN WARNEKING (Grand opening will be held at a later date) Come join us for a good meal and a good time! Barand 647-7081 Confirmation was celebrated recently for 12 individuals at Mankato St. Theresa Catholic Church• Members of the class, with Bishop George Fitzsimons, are (back row, from left) Curtis Slate. Dustin Waite, Jason Flavin, Bishop Fitzsimons. Nicole Jeffery and Jessica Sudermann; (front) Brett Kohn, Alan Wagner, Stuart Boyles, Neal Jeffery, Sierra Koster, Joshua Sudermann and A.J. Eilert. 12 confirmed at St. Theresa Church Bishop George Fitzsimons cel- ebrated the Sacrament of Confirma- tion recently for 12 youths St. Theresa of the Infant Jesus Catholic Church. Mankato. Fr. Allen Scheer, pastor, presented the candidates to the Bishop for confirmation. Those confirmed were Stuart Aloysius Boyles, sop of Bryan and Janet Boyles; A.JL~llstiac Eilert, son of Joe and K~ri Eilert; Jason Ignatius Fla- vim son of John and Linda Flavin; Neal Christophet:Jeffery and Nicole Emma Jeffery, children of Cregg and Belinda Jeffery; Brett Francis Kohn, son of Bonnie Kohn and grandson of Robert and Lucille Kohn: Sierra Rose Koster, daughter of Brian and Sherry Koster; Curtis Thomas Slate. son of Doris Slate-Greene: Jessica Elizabeth and Joshua Chrisfopher Sudermann. children of Steve and Nancy •-Sudermann: Alan Joseph Wagner, son of Darrell Wagner and Rita Wagner; Dustin Joseph Wrote. son of Mike and Connie Waite. Other ministers at the mass included Brian Brocckelman and Matthew Broeckelman, servers; Lorrtta Wagner and Brian Koster. eucharistic minis- ters; Sierra Koster, Nicole Jeft~ and Je~'sica Suderffmnn, lectors; Moriah Wagner, cantor; Karen Boden. organ- ist; and Pam and Marvin Wagner, greet- ers and ushers• Students present program for CCW Members of two Jewel l High School groups; FCCLA and FFA. presented the program Feb. 17 when Jewell CCW met. FCCLA members. Caleb Ramsey, Tracy Bohnert. Darcie Gibson, Lisa Schwerman. Mitch Matter. and Jacob Greene presented a practice meeting, while advisor. SusanGreene, explained points ofparliameritary procedure. This Senior Par l;av~ tLata'td ha.~ qualified for FF.~" r~rri6'el:s a'rid"~dvisor, Jenni- fer Reiff, explained the three "circles" of FFA. These are FFA, classroom, and SAE (supervised agricultural project). Bradley'Reiter presented the FFA portion by explaining the_mean- ing of the FFA emblem. Lisa Schwerman told about the horticulture class and Jacob Greene explained one of his SAE projects, which is raising registered yellow labs. Darcie Gibson and Emily Burgess played piano.solos• Each rated a I,at state comp&ifion. Mary Mayhew presided at the busi- ness meeting. Devotional readings were by Shirley Simmelink. The group approyed the purchase Of a periodic table for.thescience class. The .decision was made to divide the proceeds of ndxt month's silver tea between Jewell FCCLA and the FFA. Hostesses were Jill Ramsey. Marisa McCreight, Linda Kohn. and Cindy Staten. I Jewell County LTC ,, I A Valentine's program was Friday hymn singing.'Commuaion was served afternoon. Saturday afternoon Norma to nine residents. Thomas, Mildred Thelander, Cieo For information about Black His- Wilson and Aletha Logan watched a tory Month residents discussed the video "Lucy's Lost Episodes." Underground Railroad and prominent Pastor Wayne Feigal of the Calvary black leaders. BibleEvangelicalFreeChurch, Jewell, Winners at the games were led worship services. Darcey Gibson MonsoleteTrubey, JewellSweet, Billie and Emily Burgess played piano solos. Kitts, Doffs Kitts and Dorothy Leonard. Residents studied about the Miracle Linda Crangle, Roma Grout, Faryi at Cana and the Sermon on the Mount. Residents are enjoying stores from the book "Country Wisdom". Virginia entertained at Tuesday Happenings with Taste Trivia and a discussion about favorite foods. Thadd Hinkle led rhythm band and Bishop George Fitzsimons Fitzsimons was present for theconfirmation of four youth at Sacred Head Parish, Esbon, recently. Confirmants are (from left) Robed Whelchel, Thomas Kriley, Tyson Callaway and Jacob Hesting. Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. Feb. 21: Donald Siemon, Mankato. Dismissals. Feb. 17: JenniferConn, Beloit; Mable Marihugh, Esbon; Marjorie Moser, M~kato; Feb. 22: Baby girl Cockroft, Mankato. Jewell County Ambulance report Feb. 19: Delmar Garst, Jewell County Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney. Feb. 21: June Shelton, Jewell County Rural Health Center to Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney. Feb. 24: Lena Berry. Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital to Jewell County Hospital; Murlin Alexander, residence, Esbon, to Jew- 'elf Co~ty Ho~plialto Sallrra~egibnal Health Center;, LorenaKimminau, Jew- ell C o~ n ty Hospital to Mi tch~ll County Hospital to Jewell County Hospital. Bishop Fitzsimons confirms 4 at Esbon Sacred Heart Parish, Esbon, hosted Bishop George K. Fitzsimons for Mass Feb. 9 for the celebration of the Sacra- ment of Confirmation. Pastor Fr. Allen Scheer celebrated the mass with the Bishop Students cQnfirmed were Tyson Patrick Calla',~ay, son of David and Leigh Callaway; Jacob Michael Hesting, son of Matt Hesting and Leah Hesting; Thomas Michael Kriley, son of I(,evin and Sandy Kriley; and Robert James Whelchel, son of Ron and Twila Whelchel. During the mass, confirmation can- didates Callaway, Hesting and Whelchel proclaimed the scripture .,˘~adings and peaitions,Othors panici- ~ati~ ~a~St~l~,.ame~qman and CorbynBroecke.lman, servers; eucha- ristic ministers, Thelma Beam and Janie Callaway; Bonnie Benoit, organist; John Beam, cantor; and the Sacred Heart Parish Choir. After confirmation a potluck din- net was held in the church basement 9nderqhe c6ordiffatlon of the, Sacred Heart Altar Society, Barb Johanek, president.= Each of those confirmed received a gift and certificate from the parish. St. Theresa's Ladies Guild hosted a re- ception in honoring those confirmed, their family, guests and the parish mem- bers. The class catechists were Barb Elbracht and Brian Koster. II [IJewell Public Libraryl[ IlA,moun~,s ex,,nded Hours tl II Thursday: 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. II i ;ll , Ira Our sincere thankslto all who remembered us • wffh prayers, cards, memorials and concerns during this difficult time si/~ the deatki of our loving wife, mother andgrandma; 02-08-03. God bless each and everyone of you. Lange and Ann Tedrow assisted resi- dents. Robert and Ada Grimm attended worship service with his mother, Eliza- beth Grimm. Lynette and John Huntsinger-and Lindsay Smith visited Lela Huntsinger. Nancy MdCorkle called on Irene McCorkle. Louise Powell visited her sister, Cleo Wilson. Roma Grout visited Norma Tho- mas. Courtland offers wireless Internet The City of Courfland will soon begin providing wireless internet ser- vice to residents of the community and those living within three miles'of the community. The transmitter will be located on the Courtland concrete el- evator. The city will continue to offer dial-up service for those Ihat don't need the faster and more costly wire- less service.. Jeweli Garden Club Container gardening was the topic for the lesson, presented by Pat Zentz at a recent meeting of Jewell Garden Club. New products and containers were demonstrated. Six members met at the home of Kathleen Allen. Patricia Kemmerer, president, presided over the business meeting. Program books for the year were distributed. • The next meeting is March 20 at the home of Janet Birdseil. Eight members and one guest ob- served the quarterly birthday breakfast at a restaurant in Beloit. o Randall church women meet Faye Novak presented devotions on the history of the Bible when Ran- rail United Church Women met Feb. 19: Roll call was answered with jokes or poems. Members and others are asked to set a time apaxt for prayer on March 3 at 3:03 p.m., praying that for the terror groups, leaders of Iraq and North Korea to become confused, their armies would become dismantled and peace would come Without war. Hostess was Fawna Barrett. Guests w~re Betty Mayhew and.Gerry Jgerg. To read with understanding is to be educated. I wish to thank my many friends and relatives for the cards;flowers, food, telephone calls, visitations and prayers while I was in the hospital and since returning home. It was greatly appreciated. Thanks again Mile Matousek Iv- I I Pancake Feed Saturday, MarCh 1 Serving from 5:30 tO 8:30 p.m. at the Village Cafe im i "1 • P.ancakes, eggs, sausage and drink . Esbon, Kan. //pn s I Frank D. Dehn and family mlmnnmmmmm!nlmiunlmumurmu˘, ":•. • . : Jewell, Kan... ' "" Youare in,)ited toour mm " = OPEN HOUSE = 0V og0usE,i -, 1 1 "Pancake Feed Tuesday, March 11 5:30 to 7:30 p.m Guide RockVeteran Hall Come and join us for SO/he pancakes and visit with representatives from the following companies: Asgrow, BASF, Bayer, Del(alb, Dupont, FMC, Kent, Monsanto, Syngenta Chemical and Novartis Seed E 's Inc. Guide Rock, Neb. 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Donuts and Coffee at 8 a.m, 1 At Randall Shop l Randall Kan. 1 * 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I SERVING HAMBURGERS AT NOON I ll 1 .Ill BIB " UNION " 1 1 l 1 ll l 1 RANDALL-KACKLEY-JEWELL l @illllllllllllllllllllllll