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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 9, 2000 rea Sports News wins first of Sub-State e Jewell Wildcats won the first Marysville Sub-State de- City Saint Xavier Wildcats were led by Kelly th 21 points. ,lor followed with 18 and Ryan Eakins 7 points. Blackmore added 6 points. scored 2 points. pulled steals and 5 assists. had 6 assists and Eakins I basketball coach Kelly Bur- defense was a big this game but in the the defense was at its to be one of those teams is wins battle 53-36 finals of "State Tournament in night. scored 14 points to effort. followed with 11 contributed 9 points Burgess added 2 points. down 17 defensive s and handed out 4 assists. had 12 boards. coach Kelly Bur- Jewell boys played a team for the cham- of the Marysville Sub-State. opportunities early met a team that played with lots of rzed the season and was extremely proud of boys all season long. We this year but run it made us a better team. to thank the people of :well for their sup- this season." Huskies 75-69 City Huskies defeated ars 75-69 in the first ab-State. led the Cougars with Flavin followed with 15 Becker said, "There are not many things to say when it comes to playing in the Sub-State Tournament other than the fact that you hope that your team plays well. The scenario is the same as any other post-season game, you lose, you go home. I would say that we did play well to a certain extent, but we did lose and our season came to an end. We were continually able to hold off their runs until the very last one. They made a late surge and our lead was just not quite large enough. One of our major problems all year has been free throw shooting and turnovers, both of which hurt us in the game. We had 16 turn- overs to their 5 and we shot only 24 percent from the free throw line (4-17). You are not going to win many game, especially big games with those kind of numbers. All in all, we did play very hard. We were able to slow down their fast break to some extent and keep the locker room at the half. Centralia had a big third quarter scoring 22 points to 10 to post a 54-20 lead at the end of three quarters. Jamie Harvey, Victoria Gillett and Ashley Diamond each scored 7 points to lead the Mankato effort. Kristene Beck, Jennifer Dauner and Cara Murray followed with 3 points each. Miklannet Tennal paced the Centralia Panthers with 18 points fol- lowed by Jill Cross with.14 points. Jessica Rathman contributed 10 points. Susie Becke added 8 points. Jill Hiltibrand and Donee Haverkamp each scored 6 points. Erica Erons, Elizabeth Engelken, Kristy Burdick and Kara Engelken scored 2 points each. some of their better players from scor- 'IL w announced ing their averages. The big kid in the uO~'8 middle (Chuck Hoff, 6' 8", 350 lbs.) was just too much for us at times and he seemed to score at will. This loss, how- ever, does not really dampen our sea- son, for I believe that any time a IA school can make it to Sub-State,)'ou do have a very successful season. First place in the PTL Tournament, second place in the Pike Trail League, second place at the Smith Center Tournament and runner-up in the Regional Tourna- ment all point to the fact that we did have a very successful year." Lady Cougars win Mankato regional Pike Trail All-League The Mankato Lady Cougars won the IA Regional at Mankato Feb. 26 defeating the Beloit St. John's Lady Bluejays55-54 in the f'mals. Ashley Diamond led the Lady Cou- gars with 16 points followed by Kristene Beck with 12 points and Victoria Gillett with 11. Cara Murray contributed 9 points and Jamie Harvey scored 3. Chrissie Murray and Jennifer Dauner each added 2 points. Jennifer Ludwig and Lindsay Eck paced the Bluejays. Ludwig scored 23 points and Eck followed with 22. Mankato girls win fir~4t round 48-45 The Mankato Lady Cougars won the first round of the Holton Sub-State Friday night with a 48-45 victory over the Blue Valley-Randolph Rams. Victoria Gillett scored 15 points to lead the Lady Cougars. Kristene Beck followed with g points. Jessica Behrends and Cara Murray contributed 7 points each. The following players have been selected Pike Trail All-League: Kelly Griffeth, Jewell, senior; Cole Taylor, Jewell, senior, Scott Brown, Mankato, junior; Chad Eilert' St. John's, junior, Lance Bergrnarm, St. John's, junior, Landon Miller, Waconda East, senior;, Nathan Shipley, White Rock, senior, Marc Welsh, Southern Cloud, senior, Levi Huncovsky, Hillcrest, sophomore; Brandon Buehler, North Central, jun- ior, West Clark, Pike Valley, freshman and Scan McDonald, Mankato, senior. Those selected as honorable men- tion were T. J. Livingston, North Cen- tral, senior; Bonn Blackmore, Jewell, senior; Tony Pellant, Southern Cloud, junior; Zach Kopsa, Hillcrest, fresh- man and Drew Duskie, Waconda East' freshman. McDonald had,14 ....... Ashley Diamond added 6 points. contributed 5 points "Jamie Harvey scored 3 points and Gillett had 4. added 3 points Alvarez and Brett Becker pulled down 10 and Flavin and Derek Clark each. City had four players in lead the Huskies with 20 R. Rice with 14. contributed 13 points and 11. son and M. Hammersmith 1 points. basketball coach Bob Sarah Pumphrey had 2. J. Rundquist and P. Patch each scored 13 points to lead the Rams. A. B urklund followed with 9 points. S. Lee contributed 7 points and C. Friedrich added 3. Centralla girls beat Lady Cougars 74-30 The Centralia Panthers mauled the Mankato Lady Cougars 74-30 Satur- day night in the finals of the Holton Sub-State Tournament. Centralia led all the way. The Lady Panthers were up 17-3 at the end of the first quarter and took a 32-10 lead into plus acres for sale. Small farm house on a full basement. Lovewell Lake area. For more information call after 5 p.m. 316-789-0146 ABDAL AUCTION rgnment items from now until Monday, n contact Delmar Shrontz at 402-879-4923. will not be accepted or unloaded day of sale. be held from Superior, Neb. 5 miles north, 2 miles west 136, 2 miles north and 1/4 mile west or from Junction 78 (1 mite north of Guide Rock, Neb.) 11 miles east, 2 miles north and 3/4 mile east. BROKER GUIDE ROCK, NE. Roy Montgomery, Auctioneer in charge 402-746-3823 (mobile) Youth place 1st in tournament A team of fifth grade boys from Mankato Elementary won the youth basketball tournament at Lincoln re- cently. In the fast game the team faced St. John's Beloit and won 20-18. The next game Mankato won in overtime against Osborne, 20-19. NCK Beloit was the third opponent who they defeated 19- 18. Members of the fifth grade team are Dustin Waite, Adam Badger, Jeff Cheek, Alan Wagner, Kyle Pierce, Paul Jansen, Jeff Zadina, Neal Bonjour and Robbie Wilson. The team is coached by Jim Zadina. Pike Trail AH-League Girls Announced The following players have been selected Pike Trail All-League: Jenni- fer Joy, Hillcrest; Victoria Gillett, Mankato; Lindsay Eck, St. John's; Jen- nifer Ludwig, St. John's; Casey Henningsen, Waconda East; Elizabeth Pauls, Southern Cloud; Kelli Simmelink, White Rock; Cara Murray, Mankato; Heather Barrett, Jewell; Jenny Carlgren, Pike Valley; Peggy Peters, Jewell and Ashley Diamond, Mankato. Those selected as honorable men- tion were Holly Harris, Hillcrest; Haley Shulda, Hillcrest; Kristene Beck, Man- kate; Dabble Baker, North Centi'al; Kim Grover, North Central, Rachel Duey, North Central; Crystal Behrends, Pike Valley; Karl Schwerman, St. John's and Krisfi Pate, White Rock. PTL Speech tournament results The PTL League Speech Tourna- ment was held at Jewell High School Feb. 29 with nine schools in atten- dance. Results follow: Informative speech, Ashlyn Ward, Mankato, I. Original oration: Lacita Joy, Hillcrest, I; Jacob Birdsell, Jewell, I; Jolie Flavin, White Rock, I. Extemporaneous speech: Kate Reed, Pike Valley, I; Trent Boehner, Waconda East, I; Shea Larson, Pike Valley, I. Duet acting: Beck and Jones, Waconda East, I; Miller/Liggett, Mankato, I; Kollhoff and Eilert, St. John's, I. Interpretation of prose: Monte Manning, White Rock, I; Kelly Simmelink, White Rock, I; Heather Barrett, Jewell, I; Moriah Wagner, Mankato, I. Interpretation of poetry: Kristy Jensen, Pike Valley, I; Joy Jansen, Pike Valley, I; Katie Kollhoff, St. John's, I. Solo acting (humorous): Mindy Dunstan, Mankato, I; Emily Diehl, White Rock, I. Solo acting (se- rious): Amanda Mooren, Pike Valley, I. Improvised duet acting: Eiler t/Hake, St. John's, I; Bourbon/Birdsell, Jewell, I; Liggett and Charland, Mankato, I; Eilert and Gengler, St. John's, I. One- act play: Waconda East, I. CCCC Ahletes Honored Cloud County Community College athletes with a 3.0 cumulative scholas- tic average were honored recently for their achievements. Friends and rela- fives of the athletes were on hand for the presentation of certificates between the basketball games with Hutchinson Community College on Feb. 23. Those receiving honors were:Ashley Cleve- land, Courtland; Danny Huntsinger and Stacey Hawel, Mankato; Ryan Harms, Chester;, and Andrea Kenner, Hebron. Bide the Jewell County Transportation Lime and let us do the driving for you! Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. BELOIT: March 9, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. CONCORDIA: March 21, towns served: Formosa, Jewell, Randall. SAUNA: March 17, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. HASTINGS: April 6, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Spring Crop Insurance Sales Closing Last day to sign up or make changes in spring crop insurance Wednesday, March 15 . Max E. Burks Citizens State Agency Jewell, Kan. 66949 Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-428-3644 785-378-3133 This week's report from the Mankato Uvestock Commission Co. Selling 708 head. Here are some sales. b'~oor8 24 mixed at 447 112.00 29 mixed at 484 113.00 28 mixed at 554 104.00 20 Charolais at 640 97.00 35 Charolals at 716 88.00 49 black at 771 87.30 25 mixed ~ 351 83.00 Heifara 15 black at 486 107.00 37 black at 527 102.25 17 mixed at 576 89.00 77 mixed at 630 86.00 58 mixed at 720 83.00 Baby calves up to 250.00 Consigned for Friday, March 10 126 Gelbvieh steers and heifers at 700 to 800; 60 steers at 850; 24 steers at 700; 70 staers and heifers, 400 to 500; 35 heifers at 700. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Andy Montgomery, owner 402-879-3004 Mobile 785-545-8366 Scot Montgomery, Manager 785-378-3798 Mobile 785-545- 7383 Troy Hefts, Fleldman 402-879-4992 Mobile 402.469-5147 Jan Russell, Fleldmsn 785-823-0573 Mobile 785.545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldmsn 785-378-3327 Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fleldman 785-428-3533 Ionia By Roseanna Foster Harold and Nova Shoemaker and Jean Rose attended the open house for Vanessa Engelbert. She will enter the Kansas Junior Miss Contest at Belleville. Vanessa is the reigning Mitchell County Junior Miss. Lola Hillman brought Maddy Colson to visit Don, Ruby and Lenny Sutton. Kevin Wilson, An'ilia Fedde and Coke and Wanetta Wright were visitors at other times. Jennifer Roth, Milford, Neb., the daughter of Coke and Wanetta Wright, had tests done last Tuesday at the Children's Hospital in Lincoln, Neb. In recognition of her birthday, Coke and Wanetta treated their daughter, Pam Suter, to dinner at Glen Elder. Kevin and Kirk Wilson accompa- nied Roy and Amy Arasmith to St. Francis Hospital in Topeka, to visit Andrea Reeker. She is undergoing treatment for leukemia. Buford Tucker had the stitches re- moved from above his eye. Fern's cro- cuses and daffodils are filling her yard with beauty. 178 receive Dane Hansen schola_~hil~ The Dane G. Hanson Foundation of Logan, has named 178 high school seniors from 68 Northwest Kansas schools as winners in its 26th annual scholarship competition. In selecting award winners, the Scholarship Committee considered proficiency in verbal and writing sldlls. Other important factors are academic records, test scores, and community service in which the student may have participated. Receiving $2,500 scholarships for one year are Matthew Swanson and Andria Nutsch, Pike Valley High School. Receiving $1,500 scholarships are Megan Swink, Jewell High School; Kelli Simmelink and Nathan Shipley, White Rock High School. Receiving $1,000 scholarships for vocational training are Matthew Bad- ger and Daniel Morrell, Mankato High School; Travis Mick, Landon Miller and Jacob Smith, Waconda East High School. Thompson Cattle Company 12th Annual Black & Red Angus Range Bull Sale Wednesday, March 22, 1:00 p.m. *Selling 180 Bulls* *25 Black, 17 Red 2 year aids "102 Black, 36 Red, 18 month old bulls *Outstanding, calving ease, & growth bulls *Volume assures affordability *Breeding injury guarantee *Good volume discounts *$50.00 discount for pick-up day of sale For Catalog, Call Tracy 785-434-2114 2070 22nd Rd., Plainville, KS. 67663 Ran Hrabe, Herdsman, 785-434-2663 Library has video on stuttering There is new help available for par- ents, teachers, and speech-language pathologists at the Mankato City Li- brary in the form of a stuttering video. Stuttering is a frustrating and embar- rassing problem for millions of people, but it can be especially tough on el- ementary school-age stutterers. "It's meant to give speech language pathologists the tools they need to deal with stuttering in this age group, but it also offers good ideas for parents and teachers," said Professor Peter Ramig of the University of Colorado at Boul- der. The video features students from first through sixth grade, some of whom talk about their experiences with stut- tering. They talk openly about the teas- ing they face from classmates and how their stuttering sometimes makes them feel about themselves. Experts answerquestions about stut- tering, refute myths and misconcep- tions, and present examples of therapy sessions showing how stuttering can be reduced. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters for the Sunday worship service were Mike, Jane and Darrin Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Jake deJong, Winnipeg, Canada, are visiting with Pastor Harold and Jeanne deJong. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin McReynolds and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeBey to church. Pastor Harold and Jeanne deJong last week visited their son, Derek deJong, DeMotto, Ind., and family Happy birthday to: Hank Boxum, Don Keeps, Kevin Verhage, March 7; Walt Schoen and George Vander Giesen, March 10. Happy anniversary to Rob and Karla Vander Bush, March 6. The' Dispatrch area had an inch of rain last week. Northbranch By Ruth Glover Sunday was the first day of the 50 day Spiritual Adventure, Celebrate Jesus. This will continue for eight weeks with adultBible studies each Wednesday evening at the church. The church was decorated with banners and balloons. The children sang spe- cial songs and Linda Arrants had a story for the children. Sunday at the North-Central area meeting at Glen Elder, Jeremy and Betty Smuck will tell of their plans for mission work in Mexico. The meeting will begin at 4 p.m. Charles Mullen, Wichita, will present Faith Promise giving at 6:30 p.m. Friends Women will meet at the church at 2 p.m. today. Ruth Glover will be hostess. Items collected will be sent to Rwanda. Alan Warner, Andrew and Ashley were' weekend guests of his parents, Glen and Patsy Warner. John and Erma Dillon were in Wichita and attended concerts in which their grandchildren were in. One in- cluded one by the Singing Quakers. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck went to Wichita to hear the state choir in which a granddaughter, Michelle Janke, sang. They wereguests of Janette and LaDoyt Mosier and fmnily and also visited another granddaughter, Jannea Smuck, who is attending classes at Friends University. Lonnie Buckley went to Oakley Monday and Angle Holzmeister mid baby, Mattie RayAnn, accompanied her home. On Friday night Ivy and Eden Diehl were overnight guests of their grandmother while their parents took Emily to Manhattan for a few days with Amanda. Bailey and Brody Lewis visited with great grandparents, LaVae and Ruth Glover. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck were in Hutchinson to visit Fred and Drula McKinney. They had lunch to- gether. FIRST MONTH FREE/ LIMITED TIME OFFER * 20MB web space FREE & FAST tech support We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property located at the farm sitel one mile south and two miles west of the state line on Highway 14 south of Superior, Neb. beginning at 1:30 P;m. on: Wednesday, April 5,, 2000 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: 160 acres more of less of Jewell County, Kansas land d which there are 110.6 acres of highly credible land with 32 acres planted to wheat, 9 acres in alfalfa and the balance in open ground. It is pres- ently rented to Rodney Ward on a crop share basis of 1/3 landlord share of which buyer will receive. Basis are wheat 54.3 acres, mile 45.8 acres. The approximate farm payment for the year of 2000 is $1,804. The balance of the farm is in native pasture with new fence and building site which consists of a bungalow style 1 1/2 story home with main floor ................. containing two bedrooms, bath, kitchen with pan- try, formal dining room, living room and laundry room. Second floor has two bedrooms. Full unfin- ished basement. Heated with forced air propane furnace. Other buildings indude a single car ga- rage, shop, cattle shelter and other miscellaneous outbuildings. Farm has its own well. I.I=GAL DESCRIPTION: NE 1/4 of Section t2, T-1-S, R-8-W d the 6th PM in Jewell County, Kan. TAXES: 1999 taxes were $645. 1999 taxes and all prior years will be paid by the seller. The 2000 taxes will be prorated to the date of possession. POSSESSION: Immediate upon final settlement, subject to tenant's rights, in approximately 30 days from date of sale. TERMS: 20% down day of sale, balance due upon delivery of warranty deed and marketable title, approximately 30 days from date of sale, either by abstract or by title insurance. If title insurance is used, the cost will be equally divided between the buyer and the seller. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. All licensees of ~ikkelsen Real Estate and Auction, Inc. are acting as seller's agents. To view property contact Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction, Inc. or Jim and Lorraine Smith at 402-879-3442 Jim .and Lorraine Smith, Sale conducted by: owners Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction, Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 -. Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Elting Inc.