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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD ThurSday, March 13, 2003 County LTC Jewell make-up consultant gets car Greta Howland, Jewell, a Mary Kay beauty consultant, is on the road to Green leprechaun motil3, created by residents during craft sessions, are dancing on the walls and doors at long termcare. Darleen Sobers donated several "Walton" videos. Residents watched one Saturday afternoon. Residents watched worship services at the Crystal Cathedral. Harmony United Methodist Church Mankato, led worship services in the' afternoon. Coralyn Kaufman spoke about listen- ~g for God's voice and how we see od Allen and Elaine Smith and Lvle Dauner assisted with hymn singing'. Gwen West, Doris Kitts, Louise Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grimm were guests. Casey Newell met with several resi- dents to visit about the Great Depres- stun. Healing of the paralyzed man was the topic discussed during B i ble Study. _ Residents took a video rail trip to Washington D C, the Amish country- side, Chicago and ihe area of the mighty Mississippi on the California Zephyr. Concordia teen rally is Saturday D.iva featuring teenage girls signing, acting and other tal- ed program for North entral Kansas Teens for Christ rally ).m. at the Brown Grand Guest speaker is Alexia Lacey, a :nior at Central College McPherson. will lead the praise and worship portion of the program. A Teens for Christ Road Rally is at Mankato Junior-Senior School, Sunday, April 6 at 6:30 !.m. This rally includes the entire ly and features David Lee Wolfe, For The Mind." ~,t the last road rally in Mankato, teens and adults attended. This the third rally in Mankato. Top in the game of Magic Nine Vere Rebecca Burgess, Lebanon, and Amanda Mankato, Each received a tian music CD. "Birthday Beating" victim of ung was Adam Badger, Man- eived 14 "stinging swats" classmate Lee Simon and a free Other features included an en- ze by the Haddam Pup- oh, "Designer Crosses,'" by a group of students: Alvarez, Amanda Black, and Clara Collins, all of aley Otott, Concordia, and Erickson, Miltonvale. Ball, Belleville, shared her tmony and challenge about the ira- of starting a Campus Bible Delta Chi Praise Band shared praise and worship. Invisible stian film was shown. the invitation was given follow- he film, nine students and one responded for various prayer "Thinking of You" ~rd howor Send cards to: Maranatha Village 233 East Thorton Rd. Springfield, Me. 65803 Thoafro 785-378-3172 JACK friends from Brooklyn (Jerry ~nell, Anthony Anderson) are to deliver mob money to Aus- la. Their misadventures begin .=m places his red jacket kangaroo while attempting to a picture. When the kangaroo off, they realize the mob in the jacket and are forced through the Outback. f . RATED PG or language, crude humor, sensuality and violence 14-16, 7:30 P.M. A de-'otional message by Billy Gra- ham and group exercises were attended by 11 residents. Coralyn Kaufman told of her mis- sion trip to the area of Puebla, Mexico. Sixteen people from Kansas attended the week-long mission work week in January. They assisted in constructing a building and repairs. Beans and corn tortillas are the staple foods of the area. Virginia led music with Ruth Roe accompanying hynm singing. Thirteen residents attended spelling. In the evening residents discussed what events made a "Perfect Day." Phyllis Lange and Bonnie Hamilton assisted at the games. Winners were Monsolete Trubey, Jane Myers, Aletha Logan, Lela Huntsinger and Eldine Nell. Lynn and Pat Oelkers wereguests. Pat and Hooley Alcorn visited his sister, Monsolete Trubey. Linda Crangle called on Twila Zentz. Don and Janice Grabast visited her mother, Mildred Thelander. Dale Mahaffy was visited by Howard Gehrett. Louise Powell visited her sister, Cleo Wilson. Robert and Add Grimm attended worship service with Elizabeth Grimm. Lela Huntsinger enjoyed a visit from her daughter Sheila Ridings. Nancy McCorkle called on Irene McCorkle. Jewell County Friendship Meals March 17-21 Monday: Lasagna, tossed salad with carrots and cauliflower, garlic bread, apricots. Tuesday: New Orleans~amburger, bun, baked potato, seasoned cabbage, pumpkin crunch cake. Wednesday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli cau- liflower salad, wheat roll, cake, frost- ing. Thursday: Minestrone soup, tossed salad with carrot~ and cauliflower, crackers, combread, strawberries and banana gelatin. Friday: Salmon loaf, scalloped po- tatoes, creamed peas, wheat roll, am- brosia. Meals delivered by Sarah Circle. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. success, driving a new Pontiac Grand Am. "The career car program provides our sales force the opportunity to earn a visible symbol of success," said Tom Whatley, president, global sales and marketing. "Each car in this exciting program reflects the hard work, deter- mination and professionalism of our sales force." Howland took delivery of her new Grand Am, her first Mary Kay career car at Beloit Motors, Beloit. Indepen- dent Beauty Consultants earn the use of Mary Kay career cars through out- standing sales and team building The U.S. Mary Kay fleet, one of the largest commercial fleets of GM passenger cars in the world, includes more than 10,000 career cars valued at more than $150 million. Mankato Family and friends attended a bridal shower Sunday for Landon McDill and Amy Zadina at the Farmway Credit Union basement. Hostess were Vonda Wakefield, Linda Flavin, Alice Kinsey, Barbara Bothwell, Donna Vrbas and Anna Standley. The wedding date for the couple is May 31 at Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mankato. Darrel and Jean Michael and Bert and Audrey Diamond were Tuesday evening supper guests of Wilbur and Betty Becker. Bert and Audrey Diamond, and Eileen Erickson visited the women's aunt, GlenadineLorimer and herdaugh- ter Debbie Kronberg, Memphis, Tenn., in Superior. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Clay and play dough Clay and play dough offer children opportunities to be creative while pro- viding a release for energy and stress Clay can be pulled, pushed, squeezed and pinched. Here is a recipe for play dough: 1 cup flour, lcup wa- ter, I/2 cup salt, 1 tablespoon cooking oil, 2 teaspoons cream of tart'argUed coloring. Mix flour, water, cooking oil, salt and cream of tartar. Heat slowly and stir constantly while adding food col- oring. Continue heating until a ball is formed. Remove from heat and knead ball. Store in an airtight container. Bide the Jewell County Transportation Limo- and let us do the driving for youl Anyone, any age, is/nvited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. SALINA=,Mareh 18, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. CONCORCIIA: March 21, towns served: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. HASTINGS: April 3, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. BELOIT: April 10, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Mankato is served daily within Mankato and also in the above listed trips. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. ~ome trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made. Mankato City Library OPEN HOUSE Monday, March 17 -, You are invited to an .~ " ) .Opon Houeo and eJJlefomor;i~:i ~!"~:~ I MAC'S AG SERVICEI BOETTCHER ENTERPRISES 3/4 mile north of Northbranch, Kan. Mac Diehl (785) 647-7791 Wo~dag,~Mareh 19 ~~ stop ~anytime from 3-7 p.m, '~ Join us for g~rii]b~ hamburgers & homemade pie DRAWINGS FOR DOOR PRIZES Seed and chemical reps will be present to answer any questions. Greta Howland, Jewell, shows off her new Pontiac Grand Am awarded as part of a reward program of Mary Kay cosmetic company. Esbon Seniorettes Esbon Seniorcttes met March 12 for a potluck dinner at noon with 12 members and four guests, Sylvia and Norman Smith from Colorado and Trevor and Brayden Marihugh, grand- sons of Shirley and Glen Marihugh, attending. Betty and Bud Niles were hosts Ida Peroutek, presided at the busi- ness meeting. Prizes were won by Thelma Lamb, Bill Peroutek, Ken Johanek, Leland Bartley, Maymie Reinert and Violet Baker The Senior Center building was used for the Alexander family and the Reynolds after funerals.- Discussion was held regarding the proposal to move the Burr Oak Library to the school. Patrons may leave com- ments at the school. The library in Esbon will remain as is. A card party at the center is March 22 at 7 p.m., with the public welcome. Hosts for April 2 are Glen and Shirley Marihugh. Roll call will be bring Easter bonnet or Easter decora- tion. The next county meeting is at Randall March 27 at 9:30 a.m. Carman selected for membership Sarah Carman has been chosen for membership in Delta Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi at the University of Ne- braska, Kearney. She is currently tak- ing new member education classes and will be formally initiated later thisise- mester. . Jewell Gemstones 4-H Club The Jewell Gemstones 4-H Club met March 2 at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church. Roll call, "My Fa- vorite TV Show," and was answered by six members, one leader and one parent Family Fun Night schedules were passed out to members. A comment was made that the club needs to be represented more at the county council meetings. The game, "Red Light ,Green Light" was led by Lauren Stephens. Snacks were brought by Scott Dooley. Beloit man crawls 2 miles for help A Beloit resident crawled nearly two miles for help Feb. 24 after break- ing his leg in a freak accident. Harvey Cox was exercising his two dogs in a pasture when he was knocked to the ground by the dogs. A diabetic, Cox had taken the dogs to the pasture about 7 am He was rescued about 5 pm. After making a splint from a fence post and his-belt hebegan crawling for help. He' wii~ 16dal~ed near a road. Ken and Kay Carman, Burr Oak, are her parents Piano students perform recital Becky Burgess will present students in a public piano recital March 16 at 2 p.m. at the Jewell Community Center The program will include a variety of music and will feature each student in a solo and enserhble performance. These students will perform: Katia Matter, Blain McMillan, Heather Th- ompson, Haley Thompson, Lauren I wish to thank the Randall Fire Department for responding to the fire at my home. They were professional in every way. Special thanks to Fire Chief, Archie Thompson, for being a good friend throughout this ordeal. JEWELL TRINITY Uuw n n Jewell, Kan, ,Saturday, March 22 MealServed, 5-7 p.m. Auction Bazaar, 7:30 p.m Love presents Gleaners' program Edith Love presented devotions and program when the Christian Gleaners met recently. She included several read- rags on the topics Of miracles, true friendship, a new school prayer, seven- ups of living, a children's bill of rights and a parents bill of rights. Audrey Hamilton presided at the business meeting. Routine business was conducted Peggy Vader thanked every one for their calls, cards and prayers The group voted to send OCCK, Inc. a $10 donation. Audrey announced plans for the salad supper April 7 are well under- way. Jan Lindberg has arranged for a guest speaker and music. The group approved a gratuity of $50 to those presenting the program. An invitation will be sent to the Burr Oak and Jewell Christian Church women. The salad supper is sf:heduled for 6:30 p.m. I wish to thank all my friends and family, especially my children for the great birthday party they had for me. This is one party I will rernembFr and cherish for a long time. Ken Peterson Stephens, Darica Bohnert, Damon Bohnert, Cheyenne Moss, SierraV ' lly~ Koster, Lane Koster, Alex Pierce, The family of Martha Dempsey gratefu SheridanKoster, BrittanyJoerg, Micah ila kno,,,leag , th~ many acts of kindness to our II Daniels, Ariel McCollough, Laura Butts, Emily Burgess, Caitlynn I] family during her time in Jewell County Hospi- II McCreight.Corbin GreeneandCheiseYGreene. il tal Long Term Th-,;k, !1 IIv ry much! II II MarrDempsey, Ii J[ Jane and Dale Gemaehlich and family, !1 .~ Richard and Pat Dempsey and~amity .J Ben Black [1 durin: ,.our ti., Thank You ' , , . ' ........... ,,, ,r-) during.our time of sorrow i !1 ................... The family of Norine Hajny The Harmony United Me/hod/st Church Ann ual Dinner Saturday, March 15 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free 14//7/Donation Harmony United Methodist Church Basement 109 1/2 s. High Mankato, Kan. Randall Lions' Pancakes, Whole Hog Sausage and Pie Dinner Saturday, March 15 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ** Drawing for hams ** n r We have a shipment of new gift items!!! at reduced prices!l! See our selection of: * Greenleaf candles * Perfumes Colognes Mankato PrOfessional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial * Mankato. Kan. * 785-378-3183 Steak Friday, March 14 4 p.m. to closing 610 E. South, Mankato, Randall Lions Den I I '~t~~~ "' ":' ~,;,.~,..4'""i" " " "~,: Wednesday'. March 19 I Kindergarten Screening; Clinic | , ' " ":' I USD 279 Jewel/- Randall I ~,;,~JL:i!',, .... . ~ :-{: 3 o.m. ,~~;~[Jii~ ~ ,, Methodist Church n Wednesday, April 2 II ~X"~;~.-~, :~.'i} _,!:.~; Montrose, Kan. I Beginn/ng at 9 a.m. ' ' I ": ............. ~" - " I RandallElementarys,hoo/ i s textiles and clothine obiects become heirlooms, they also provide a sense of who I ,~, 4th Street~ flanda//,/(an, i We are and from where ~e have come. A trunk exhibit will showcase what to do and not to do in regards to preserving and enjoying heMoom textiles. ~ For appointment c0ntactthe Jewell county Health Department 1 * Bring a textile heirloom to show and share i for health and immunizations. Call Randall Elementary School 1 Presenter: Kathy' I.upfer-Nielsen. Post Rock Extension District agent I(785-739-2216) and set up appointment for screening clinic. II Sponsored by: Jewel! County FCE and K-State Research and Extension-Jewell County q Appointments must be made by Friday, March 28.