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Local students earn scholarships from Hansen Foundation '. r L)~,~ (J }{J.J.i%~,I~I } LIL].[;L~AI~i. III l.l.~a:: r]a~ I}~J]; d -h2.'I tL,}Itq ~.ht.ol ~ h~d,u ~kup ~ ~,liJlN.-IjI hff] ] H d,LJ,~Ltl,tX, lt. 15. ~ch,dar~iup~ .h,l;e tl~.I2jL d.'ih ,trded tu K:JJ!.S~i~. ~.'t}llHIIL|ll.JI) ~| tc'~)lrllL'al col- lege lrarlsicl s~tld~nl, ~.ho are plan. l]lli~ Io co[itlllUC their ~ducatJ.O/l al 3 K;m~as flmr-yeat c~flle~e oT an,vet- In ",ele ltnl~ au,:lrd winners, the ~:holar,hip u~ mint ut~'consid~'n~d, pro- ficle,l ) ,n verbM aJ/,d writing skills. ()L[zcz nn~lll~nt taclor, are ac~tdcmic r~'ord.~, i ~( -~ows and community service in which thL- '.todenl may have parnctpat ed. T~i} ~,tude~t.~ have w{~n Hans n Leader of Tum~m,w scholarships. These awards are for $19,IXKI and may be tene wahle ~0r 1 ~ additional years, Renewal of scholaJ-~hips is hased t~pon contin I~.ed regard for the 1~,Snciples I hal guided the success o1' the late Dane G Hansen. a 3.0 or bener GPA at the college level and a Inner describing progress towards educatiorml goals. Fifty Hansel Scholar winners, were ~lcctcd. The stipend of ~,i~{ X) Was 8t~J~ted for one year and may be re- newed for one addilional year under the samegenera] ond~t~0~,s as-set forth in the Leader of Tomorrow Scholar- ship. lax'at winners included Emily Ct~x and Gram Davis. R~k Hills High School. One htmdrcd Hansen Student win. ncrs were selecte'd The~ award~ a~e for $4.(XYJ and may he renewed fororve additkmal year provided the sludent has maintained a sa its faeto~ academic record. Local winners are Holden Mauerhan and A[li~n Rail ~baek. Rtx'k Hilh High, School; and MaKinlie Hennes, "t.ake~ide High Schtx~l. Twenty Community or T~chnica| Rock Hills High School 2016 senior winners of Ihe Dane Hansen Scholarships are (rrom left) Emily Cox, Grant Davis, Holden Mauerhan. AISson Ra,lsback, Haley' Kussman and Terti Slick. C.Ile~x Transfer scholarships were made available Io Kamas commuaity or lecinucal college Slmlenls of the CUZTenl school ",'ear who plan Io con- tintne Iheir education at a four.year Kansas colleL.ze t]r university. The~ awards are for $4.(XX) and may be renewed for one yeas upon cornplm,on ol ~tisf'act,]U,' work as evaluated hy the ~'holarship cnmmitzee. This year there were l 5 qualified applicants, in- eluding Joshua Pounds, Concordla Hag' Schtvol: and Tyler Marl Rock Hills High School. ['-or students interested in a Career and Technical Educatimt ~holarship, ~he fimndati(m ,if Cored lg~ awards. il ~' !~ a~. .mk i Lr- These are for $4jX)0 and may be re- r~wed for tree additional year pru. vided the student ha ; maintained a satisfactory academic record, L~cal winners are Huley Kussman and 'l'erri Slick, R~x~k Hdlx H~gh School; and Dttsti~ Branaugh. Pike Valley High ~h~l. Martkato Library has added new Utle$ The library has added 38new DVD~ and 17 new. h~ks thi~ month. Titles i~cluded are "'Dreamgirls,'"-Lee Da~iels" 'l~e Butler" and "'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen"in DV De: and Dan,nile Steel's Precious Gifts ROCk PbLIs FFA members di~lay bookmarks related- Io agriculture al the M~,r, kato L,brary. Pictured are (from Mft) ALiSOn Eflerl Rhys Marihugh, Coilyn Valgr't, Ethan Woerner and Jarett YelKen II # fforma#onat Meet/off Bike Across Kansas w#/ be held Thursa~y, March 17, 6 p.m. at City el Mankato Meetzng room z 7 Street Any and all dew~l/ Coun~ resident~ who w~Jld like to afend are welcome. We need to orffan/ze d~fereM corn- mutual groups/or prel~n'ng and serv~h9 meals to t/re p~rtic~pan/~ of Bike Ac~ss Kansas. Contact Jason Odman /or mor~ informal?on , t ~ 785"~9~'b~17 2016 Jewell County Health Fair Thursday, March 24 Mankato Community Center, n st, , " 6 - 10 a.m. Blood Draws, InCa Booths, " Refreshments, Screenings DO TAKE medications with water DRINK plenty o! waler DO NOT EAT after 10 p.m. BtooO tests-one draw (8 stations) - Test resutls mailed Checks payable to: lowell Co. Resoume Council $7.0 Blood Panel $ reen~. ~,~y. i er ~ un,~ ~o~d. ,~l'hle $JI0 t(~'.l~OO00~H~, t q,O~.~1~l $35 Blood Panel with Thyroid fiSH. 7"41 $'115 PSA1 prOtl:',rv ~O 'L~,hetl $25 Vitamin D 25-O1-1 FREE Tests ~.~ [. ny ~ m.~ n ~.~, c~:, Kansas Lions Mobile Screening Units 6 m.onths and older v~sion Screening .Del;~h and field ol vnS.~l te~hng ~lOC~l pressure and Sugar Brennan Williams Massages I-lleari~g Screening @-5 yeara AmnnOe Am:lemon PAT Bo~ A~ ,nrd aJId ,a ~t it : .X.~ talc ,p::. ~, )l'~['x,i't u LT~ A~.ad ~r] t~tv,- Lturv R,~d',t,aek. O,tlghlel ~1 .~U|I' J, JiJd ['~:.il'haea Ra ~xhack. Mallk0.1LL plan, 0, nla.~,r ILl ~gncultur Jacub Long~ Snuth ( lltcr Illglt Schtxrl. acceplud a $ 3.5'n J Pre,|dvulial Award of Distinv=t,on, .-~d a $9[J~ ~ Aca- demic Oplmrtunity A~.'~rtl Ill l)epan- nlem of Hi~lory. 1 tmg. stm cd "]'e~y and Katrina Long, Leban,n, platnn t~, m~jtn in music, He~nng exam ,D4ab~?ie semen.rig Derma Scan and Colorectsl Test Kits Tummy Walker Ca ~rr Center Apex "=loot" computer analys|s s & s Home Health, Belon. Kan, Car Seat Checks. Kansas H/ghwm/Patrol 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Randon Home Test Kits - $5 waist r~ts~w/~ ~ieartland Health & Imaging Services - e~.m to ~z For appointment call toll free: 1-888-828-9560 ~ //?Se/~W ID I'h~ odffl'Ot7 /Of SR/W~Ge /~l~q?aOO 'l .% .~ New for 2016 - Operation Take Back boxes provided for the foltowin9 items: O10 or unur~d Prescription Medicine: Sheriff's Booth Empty Ink Cartridges: For Head Choices Old Eye Glasses: For Lions Club Old Cell Phones: For DVAK Heal'~ OffC " ar~ ~e t.>LIrL~. COL,;r"~$ Welcom ~hme~ ~.~ ~ ~ C~xe~. :vetyone Jewel Gr~c~ a~~ ' 'eW At,~,~rv 7830 and David Baklacc s 7~lle Guihr in AIm~ making a debut is Mr. P~natu Head in the children's secl~m. Mr. Pntat~ Head is a large feLt figure with interchangeable hats, eyes, nose~, mouth.~ and feet. He would Io,e for you to stop and say hi during yont ne~t VISit,t Nae disptay case has Rock Hills [.'FA students .showering t~x~kmarks they created iilusL~ting suhje ls tel at- ing Io agricullttm, featuriug Is 2nd and 3rd place starling from Pre-K to 3rd grade. Suhj cts include t~r'm ani- mals, bees,flowers and how roots glow. FHSU recognizes local students who earned scho htl Stndents from ix Kansar, reunite> and parts t)l'a ~' enlh. and t'tmr Ne- bra ka cOUllttes. ',0,-tie I'CL'Ogltl/etl fl~t the sch~llarsluDs they haxe heen aw arded [Ixrnl Forl Hays State Unlver- ',ll} at a rccenl sludent n.~ot2nntlon pro. gram. Schularship~ awm'dt'd im.'hide rite $3.5 ~) PresidentiaL Award of Db, tinc- tkm. the $2.fX~| L;niverMCy S~-I~lar Award. the $1.50,rx Hays (';~y Scholar Award and the $1,tliltl "lrudnin, m, Scholar Awurd. All are a~ardcd oil) to incoming freshmen enrolhng ,H,~l- lege fin the firxl lime. bttl ea~.h I~ re- newable provkied ntt,dc, nl.~, ,na, qta,n the rain i m um reqtflred academ,c ~tand- mg A iel|eW;iblc $1 ,~qHJ ,~, hLik,fl Q:lip I~, dln~, ~v~dal~le l~l Ua/l~,l~. r ~ll.lkl lttS, aS is a $].lkX~ ntnl-renewalde tlalls~eI ~'holatship. Also recognh'cd are the one-lille $90 1 or $5I~.) Ac udemi Op. pen unity Award.s, given to .~'hola.rs by individual academic tk:l-~rllnt'ttts. Lt~'al.~ reccivmg .~holarshipoffers mch,d~.': texts Jeffer). Rt~k HilL, $1.5tK~ Hays Ctty Scholar Award and a $gtKI Academic Opponunily Av.'ard m al. lied health. Jel'h-'ry. daughter of Brad- Icy and Cnlleetx Jeffer} Bun Oak. plann Io major .n medical diagnostit" m~agnng. Ahcia Thum~,~m. Lakeside. ac- ,'eplcd a $1.O[R) Tradilionx Scholar Award and a sg(xr A~;adelmc Opponu- nit}' Av.ard in agticukure. Thomson. da~ ghter of Mark and B.J. ~'hnltr. kucas, plans to ma.~or in agr=~ aRute. Mtcah Reinke. hume>,cht~t}l gradu- ale. accepted a $5lX)FHSU Unixee~ity Bt~kstore Scholarship. [4crake. ~tlil of Joel and Juli Reink . Davenporl, plans xo maj=~r in b|ology. l'~ylor Becker, Lakeside. accepted a $ i ,51KI Hays City ,~'ho}ar Award and a $5{Xt Academic Oppt~rtunity Av.'ard in maihcillalics and ct~mputer ~i .nce. Becket. daughter of S ollie artd Amy Btx.'ker./X~wn s. plan s to major in malh- etnatlcs txlucalion. Jewell County Area Agency On Aging Board Representative Jewelr County Commissioners are seeking two individuals that would be intereste~ in serving as lowell County's represe,tative on the Area Agency on Aging board. If ycu are interested please submit your name to lowell Courdy Commissioners, Or by calling the 307 N Commercial, Mankato, KS 66956 County Clerk's office at 785-378-4020 , ,p Beloit Special Education Cooperative Je~ll, Mit=hell and Un~n Counties PO Box 506. Bel0~ Fan. 67420 Early Childhood Screening ~e stall d the KIDS FIRST Ptcon, KS 66941 621)-285-9205 jena e rye n 15 @ ma ry kay .cam www.marykay.com/lenaeryan 15 Contact me for a complimentary facial | Notice of Lease Letting to Interested Parties The City of Manka~o. Jewell County, Ken the owner of the fallowing described real estate located in Jewell Ccunty, Ken,to wit' Lois Two (2) through Twe nty-three {23), both inclusive, and Lot Twenty- five (25). [n 8ock Eleven (1 t), The Johnson Addition to City of Mankato, Jewell County, Ken. This lease includes all of brock eleven (11), EXCEPT a tract commendn9 at the Northwest corner ~f Block 1D; thence Nodh 125 feet; thence East 265.6 feet: thence Sahib 125 feet; thence West to place of beginning. ALSO EXCEPT a tract commencing at the Northeast corner of said 8lock 11; thence West 590 feet; thence in a Southeasterly direction to a point 306 feet West of the Easl tine of said Block 11; thence East 306 feet; thence North 555 feel to the place of beginning; Mankato Commercial Development Assodation's properly Block 7 and 8 are included in this lease, Said ~ease shall be for cash payment, and shall be from May 1,2016 to December 31,2016, and all properly listed as a single bid, Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the City Administrator of Mankato, Ken Tr7 S. High St until 5 p.m Apdl 5, 2016. Interested parties may obtain copies of the proposed ~ease at the Mankato City O~ce. The City of Mankato reserves the right to reject any o~ all bids. Utd [.~,ll B~,~er tl a }$*.'ll ~llh: palk M~.ltLda) I; ~c',~.-~-,J.pte ['.',alI's. ~q.h s;~ binhtla~ Cheryl ~ [,JLmao w,~ a Monday Brynl~e M~uu]ni~ aud .fes~lca Barnes. Tue~uy n,twI]Ul.t2 c~dle r al ~hv h~. cal care ~u~ un lilt- (]ualc:utty Stale Bank. Local enlptoyee~ ~ ere tom to lake $10 eavh and pa) ,1 ior~.ard rata Ihec~llu~uzuty. Peggy WiIr=ou a.tld Jes- ~ica Bamescilose tu ti~.2 their sit~es to ileal the nlornin~ ,;~fft~.'e dnnkers. S~mday e vvnit,g, d~-" l'hm Oak Com- inunlty Club ts speJl~oring i~s anm.ml baked po'[ato, .salad and dessert bar supper at the Burr Oak Community Cenler Mginni,tg al 5 p.m. and closing at 7 p.m. A free will offering will he taken with po.xeed~ going to help with the4th of Joly celt, brat~on and commu- nity scl~+lar~htp. Becau~ u[ the early date for Easter and the change tn Dayhght Saving Time. sunr=xe 'Eanter Sunday will be somew here around 7:25 a.m. The time fat sunnse,e n'ice has been set for 7:15 a.na. ,n hopes i, will M light ellOng.~ for any reading that needs to be done. Following sunrise s~r~iee, a break,st will be ~erved at the Burr Oak Chris- tian Church. I Obituaries Kenneth Lewis Kennelh ].~ ~x ~ '~-1. ~,I Red Cl,ud. died Salurda}- al "the Wcb,lce {otnr~l, Commt,nily tlc~pital Red ('l,ud "l'he ~n~,ol'R~b.~ Cl'ht~tT~I~,~on ,and I:1o~, d Leevis. K llnelh. wit,~ h;rl~ Dec ]-. 1921 al ('onct~rdla A B, In ~ter. hcr]L" Darlene. died al Ihrec ~cck, Kenneth gr',~duated Irotn I{.d,~,n KralxasHi~h Scl'aml in I%ff)and ean,cd a hacheh,r's degree from Furl Ha)', Stale C~dlegc m 19,--63. ()n Dec. 17. 19~uL hc v=a.~ Ullitc~J t~'l n,aTrlagC ",ith Dorothy Ann l.~mg in Sm/th Counlv l'h~ union was h]es~.d w{th th~u- .tins. [~ward Eugene. Kennelh W cndell and Eh~in Lee. He pursued his career as a schotd teacher from 1956 ttnlil ]972. teaching chin,Is in Jewel, Smirch and Webseer counties Kenneth ra i~xl reg islered A ~- gtl~i eall~e and farmed soulh of Red Cloud. Altcr r.~oving intol~wn i,i 19~Lhe w:,s employed for a n umbt:r of ycar~, a the %'n'ice rtlanagcr with Ely's .~r- v,cc and Ihen with Simag (]rain Com- pany Ite pn ~cx~ed ~tn cndles,~ work t Ihi~ aml cnJoaed phu,tmg and caring for IrCe,c He w;P. el,on qut~tcd "'My trees ill be 111}" rn;lrHlll,cn~ "" i |e t~, a?, Lm~wn I'or fixing k'rlL-cs, r~.'lentle.;,d~ ctUlmg thisllcand hi,~ 'h'~c Falhur hnckeh." Jn his I ixurc ~lm he en t~') eli hunt,nV I Ic was a dcd,~.aled II|elllbt'r Of IF] We.~leyaJ~ Chinch He was preceded i, dc.tth h, h r"Alrcnts; his .l,ki|~2. L.~=rllt~3~, Orl ~,ll~ -.27. 21)i{]', arid hi~i '[' tin sisk.'r Survivu rs include ,ix ,n~ I d ward l. wis. McPherstm. Kcm~'th Wendell I.cwix ~t ,~,llanla. [ ;J . .~,1 Elwin Lewis ~d I. hanon; seven t:w;,nd children: and 13 ~rcal ~randchfldter, Ill~. [ItljU 'rdl ~xl]l Ix' hctd a] I'~ ~11 a ,n hMa~ (lht~,~d~),d Ihc V. ,ll,aJns l-uric'rat Home m Hod (.[~uaJ ~llh the Re~ l)ati Bcnrddi 1 NIIIc~atlIL~. InK't. mcn'[ will Ix: in the Red L'loud Cem- elery. Burr Oak Weather Larry Gillctl, N()AA el~len r Temwr~iun~ High t~r lh wevk 77 l ow Ior the we'ck 2~ Prt-~t'ipilathm "I'h,s Week Tr~c Mun:h 2 5~} I~ Match 3 5F; 32 March 4 54 31;' March 5 bl 22 March 6 89 23 Man:h 7 73 48 Man:h 1~ 7~ 37 Match ~ 59 2~ MaB:h |O f~ ~8. Match 11 59 33 Marc}, 1 -. 71 33 Man.'h ]3 55 42 March 1.-I h7 37 Maw]', ]5 77 37 See Us For Office Supplies 1 I1 E. Main St Mar~katn 785.378.3191 "S ,~'R]-.DI'i" I'."i|r N MANKatTO / NCUA ~i C'qld~'.l"b~/dt"=n'l~le~" I-L'~ ~ml'r.~L.l~'~'.