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.F JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday. March 20, 2003 ounce engagement Kenneth and Joanne Brummer, : pton, announce the approaching of their daughter, Jennifer to Jarad Michael Waite, son of and Connie Waite, Mankato, d Janet and Daniel Legg, bride-to-be graduated from c High School, Tipton, a bachelor' s degree from iversity in Family Life Community Service. She cur- works in the Department of Di- Medicine and Pathobiology State University College of Medicine. groom graduated from School, Osborne, and s degree from Kan- ty in Life Sciences. e will receive his doctorate of optom- from the University of Missouri- dy, Beloit, is the grand- bride. Grandparents of e Bill and Theresa Waite, gets McPherson scholarship , Esbon, is a recipient the McPherson College Dean's ). total of 17 high school ~eniorS Dean's Scholarship, L competition including essay presentation. The scholar- highest award offered College, is based pri- on academic achievement and renewable up to four years. a will host contest annual Pike Trail League In- c and Concert will be at Mankato Junior and School. This clinic and bands from west of the Pike Trail League. The and practice will begin at l p.m. Brummer-Waite Belleville, and Gladys Charbonneau, St. Joseph. The grooms' great-grand- mother is Lula Waite, Belleville. The wedding is at 2 p.m., May 31, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Manhattan. Junior Miss tea attracts 8 teens The Annual Jeweli County Junior Miss Tea attracted eight young women and their mothers to learn about the 2004 Jewell County Junior Miss Pro- gram. The event was hosted by the Jewell County Junior Miss Committee. The Junior Miss Program is June 7. Kathleen Jeffery, committee chair- woman, presented general information about the program and the scholar- ships offered. Moriah Wagner, Jewell County 2003 Junior Miss, shared her experi- ences as the present junior miss and her preparation for the Kansas State Junior Miss Program which is next week Belleville. A special "send-off" for Wagner, as she leaves for the state Births Jason and Crista McKay, Moundridge, announce thebirthoftheir son, Colby Lee, born March 11 at Moundridge. Colby weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and was 21 3/4 inches long. He has a sister Jessica. Grandparents are Robert and Vonda Wakefield, Mankato; Becky and Ron Thompson, Garnett; and Richard and Donna McKay, Hays Springs, Neb. Great- grandparents are Betty and Joe Koukol, Belleville; Rita Jones, Beaver Dam, Wis.; and Wayne and Ruth McKay, Hays Springs, Neb. JC Friendship Meals March 24 through March 28 Monday: Salisbury steak, parsley potatoes, mixed vegetables, wheat roll, fresh orange wedges. Tuesday: Chicken and vegetable soup, peaches, crackers, cinnamon roll. Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrot lyonnaise, rai- sin oatmeal muffin, Mandarin orange and pineapple gelatin. Thursday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, wheat roll. apple crisp. Friday: Golden Years Potluck. Macaroni and cheese with tuna, stewed tomatoes, wheat roll, peaches. Meals delivered by Lutheran Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Angus Association gives recognition Black Velvet Cattle, Mankato, and Everett L. Benoit, Esbon, have been recognized nationally by the Ameri- can Angus Association. Black Velvet Cattle has been rec- ognized for having one registered An- gus cow included in the Association's 2003 Pathfinder report. Benoit has been recognized for hav- ing eight registered cows included in Eilert Dooley Waugh Tucker Students awarded Hansen Scholarships Several local high school seniors are among 178 students from 68 North- west Kansas schools who are winners in The Dane G. Hansen Foundation 29th annual scholarship competition. The selecting award winners, the Scholarship Committee considered proficiency in verbal and writing skills. Other important factors are academic records, test scores, and community service in which the students may have participated. Among 30 Hansen Scholar winners were Jeanell Tucker, White Rock High 2 Celebrate years in church ministry Fr. William Kilian will celebrate his 50th anniversary of priesthood on March 25 with a Mass of Thanksgiv- ing and meal at St. Joseph's Parish in DaMarch Fr. Kilian has served numer- ous parishes in the Salina Diocese, including serving as pastor of St. Theresa's Catholic ChurCh in Man- kato from 1973-1986 and serving at Sacred Heart Parish in Esbon. Fr. Bill is currently semi-retired at St. Joseph's parish in DaMarch Sr. Stanislaus Porter, C.S.J. is also celebrating her 60th anniversary as a Sister of St. Joseph in Concordia. Sr. Stanislaus is a native of the Jewell area and has served in a variety of minis- School; and Rochelle Melby and Jeff Nutsch, Pike Valley High School. The slipend of $3,000 was granted for one year and may be renewed for one addi- tional year. Local winners of the 60 non-renew- able Hansen Student awards of $2,000 were Scott Dooley, Jewell High School, and Kerry Waugh, White Rock High School. For students interested in vocational training, the Foundation offered 80 one-year awards of $1,500 each. Lo- cal winners were Daniel Eilert and Felicia Peters, Mankato High School; Buffy Bean, Matthew Bock, Matthew Nicholson, Dalton Remus and Cody Thompson, all from Waconda East High School. Group hosts pancake supper Members and guests of Montrose Modern Homemakers Club will have a pancake supper Wednesday, March 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Montrose United Methodist Church Parish House. "What to do when the kids leave home," was the focus of the program, presented by Deanna Sweat, extension agent. Business included discussing plans for the spring tea, which the group hosts March 24 at the Montrose United Methodist Church Parish House. Jewell County LTC The Jewell County Record was read to residents and they created spring pictures using gel pens. A video about U. S. Presidents was viewed Dan Dempsey, representing the Harmony Methodist Church, led wor- ship service. Lynn Dempsey led hymn singing and sang a solo. Phyllis Hurd played piano accompaniment. Bob and Ada Grimm, Fern Pair, Gwen West, Doris Kitts and Tommy Alexander were guests. Topics of Bible study were Nicodemus and the Samaritan Womari. Fourteen residents attended. Residents played a card game and balloon tennis Edna Moore, representing the VFW Auxiliary, entertained at Tuesday Hap- penings. She brought several interest- mg ~tems to show such as a 1909 doctor's book, a 1906 spelling book, a 1916 book of poems and a cowboy boot made into a bird house. She also read two poems "My Pa Said So" and "Raisin Pie." Thadd Hinkle led rhythm band and hymn singing. Rosalie Menhusen played the piano Pea}l Louder and Tammy and Dakota Jensen were gue~ts. Thadd served communion. Linda Crangle, Ann Tedrow and Faryl Lange assisted at the games. Winners were Jane Myers, Monsolete Trubey, Dean Coder, Jewell Sweet, John Sipe and Eldine Nell. Geneva Garman and Vivian Reed visited Monsolete Trubey. Jenni ferThomas, Brooke Diamond and Baylie Dunstan called on Norma Thomas. Eva and Verl Mendenhall, Carol Wakefield and Elizabeth Mohler vis- ited Lena Berry. Cleo Wilson was visited by Louise Powell and Pat Grout. Tammy'Storey visited Florence Headley. Robert and Ada Grimm attended worship services with his mother, Eliza- beth Grimm. Don and Bonnie Calgrave visited Mildred Thelander. Pearl Louder called on John Sipe. SERVING: ~~, Fried Chicken or Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches/l/ Sunday, March 23 Open: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 ~m. SCHOOL DAYZ CAFE Former Ionia School House .,., Off Hwy 128 ... Shena Colson, owner We would like to thank everyone for the food, tributes, phone calls, memorials and prayers we received after our mother, Isabell Stoeber's death. A special thanks COncert will begin at 7 p.m. Bands program, is Sunday at 1 p.m., at the the report, tries, includingservingasaministerto Beverly Kindler presents the program to Dr. Carrico, Fr. Allen Scheer, Fr. Baxa, St. Theresa's the three Jeweil County schools CentralMankatoNational Bank parking lot, Mankato City utility report katothe homeboundand Esbon areas.and sick in the Man- roadabut quilts and the underground rail- t~ Ladies Guild and St.'s Peters and St. Paul Ladies ,artlcipate. For more information " ";~ " iris who a ' " Connects" Ramon Danies, 320 N. ~ Guild. Your expressions of kindnesswill always JewellLOumyg rejumors . . ct t le Mankato High School. m" hi.gh school are eligible to partici" - LincolnCenter; James McWdhams, 405 N. ~ be remembered and deeply appreciated. )o n native hired pate m the program. Those who could "~ Beloit hospital not attend the tea may still participate Mitchell County Hrsnital ~ ~~ John and Diana Stoeber andfamil! inthecountyprogrwaworTheymaY~ttne Dismissals. ~/VIarch 10: Keith Sr. Sl,tsan Stoeber " lark Marihugh, Beloit, was re- tactKathleenJeffery ycom Bohnert, Mankato; March 14: Ivah Y appointed director of informa- Marjorie Kostar I t~hnology for Mitchell County member. , Hoard, Formoso. arihugh wi.. administer ,,e hos- is with heartfelt thanks for the professional aring The Randa..ions wish to thank Randa. Farm- " COmputer networking system. He I?[ attitude of our Jewell County EMS. We don t realize how iJ~ ns this position Monday ers Co-op Union and Randall Branch Bank for le formerly was employed by Com- F| important these people are until we need them I also i)9 r Solutions as a computer techni- ~)1 want to thank all my family and friends for all the 4[i] their contributions toward our Pancake Day last .. Mort'hugh graduated from White ~ .... iJ, I~[~ prayers, flowers, cards, VlSltS and outpouring of love i ~ Saurday. Thanks to the ladies of the community Jnited~'rugh School instates Navy1991' served inand attended!l,, ~(~' during m o erationand recoveryy p . A special thank you![],l'l B,#/d~ g~--'ffC ~~ for contributing pies. Many thanks to all who ~ge at Kansas State, Salina. } to Rev. Dan Daniels for all the trips he made to be with us attended for their generous donations. ,tier college graduation he was liar during this time. May god bless each and everyone of ~ Winners of the drawing roar hams were: rlyedinSt'Luis'M"asacm'technician, hide [~Yi ou. DaveBlackmore !J~i II Natalie Barrettand Da~d WoOd I[ ''' " .......... " ' ............ ~ Allison Carlgren, Courtland, Steph Barrett, [e is the son of GlennandS y i, ' Randall and Pauline McMillan~Randall. 'arihugh is looking forward to this ,rL ' .... !1 Saturday, March; 29 [ Position and is glad to be living f Birthday Card Shower .... Sears and Target , : in this home area "I tried living l[ , 3 p.m . (Salina) < IN LOVING MEMORY OFOUR DEAR [~.geeity, but knew it was not for IIALMA TYLER will be 88 on II ~~A.Hardwa. I hke living back here," he said. ~T~(j~(Bel~t, WIFE, MOTHER, GRANDMOTHERANDFRIENO Wednesday, March 26II Randall Community ehurch, ~ ~ ~G~T~S~ r II Randall, Tha ks II Send cards to: '! Who loftUs one yoaragO, March ,6, 2002 n U II ,o.,ou.,e o,.,. wo m,.,u o,. Your loving arms, your loving smiles, your caring ways, II~,~i~ Beloit, Kan., 67420 11 I would like to thank friends and family for all Always caring for others in every way. to everyone for the I[ ~ Happy Birthday, Morn!!! II the cards, phone calls, visits and food since re- Now you re with God above. May you know that you're Cards, flowers, tele- ~,\ "~ j~ Glenda, Marilyn and Judyj)J turning home from my surgery. Always in our hearts and our thoughts Phone calls, prayers ~ -" I would also like to thank the individuals on Until we meet again. and food during my hospital stay and since returning home. May God bless you. Wanetta Wright UTE gatro Kan. * 785-378-3172 THE HOURS Cunningham's ~inning novel, the film the stories of three book editor in New York a young mother in Moore) and Virginia Woolf (Nicole ). PG-13 ure thematic elements, some language 21-23, 7:30 P.M. I would like to thank everyone for all the phone calls, cards, flowers and gifts, food and visits while I have been recovering from surgery. I want to thank my husband, Dr. Klenda and the nursing staff of the 100 wing of Mitchell County Hospital for taking good care of me. Most of all, i would like to thank everyone for their prayers. My recovery would not have been so easy without them. Sometimes we need these reminders to make us realize how precious friends are. Thank you for all you did. Karen Boden 79th Annual Mother-Daughter Banquet Saturday, May 3 .6:30 p.m. White Rock High School Burr Oak, Kan. Formal attire $6 adult $3 for children six and under For ticket information, contact: Guaranty State Bank and Trust, Sonya Harris, Lesa Peroutek, Kris Fischer, Tommy Storey, Sandra Franco. Deadline April 18 2003 Family Fun Night...... Saturday, March 29 MankatoHigh School Mankato, Kan. 4:30 p.m. F Games ' 5 to 8:30 p.m. I Drawings . 8:30 p.m. ] pup, sandwiches end I s~ ,-.~ I .~'l GRAND PRIZES: .~.~ I 'Ho~p/eqlll~ 15~-. , ~t, I-~ c,~-.~-~, rt 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament.team den up, ca//765.378-3174 INVITE YOUR F~ENDS TO COME TOO!l! Spon~ared by /he Jewell Count~ 4./-/ Alumn/ and Counc/l the prayer chain for their prayers. Everything was greatly appreciated. Thank you, Don Siemon Ec" U.M.W. Evening Bazaar and Auction Saturday, March 22 Jewell Tr,ntty United Methodist ChurchBasement Serving supper: 5-7 p.m. Roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn or green beans, salad, roll and dessert Auction: 7:30 p.m. Harold Shoemaker, guest auctioneer Queen size quilt 'Jewels of the Garden" ~_,a-~ Crafts, miscellaneous, baked goods ~.~ Wo eolobrato ,~ your birthday on the l~t Day of ~pring. A truly monumental thingl You are a bla~ing ~ in our livo~. Wo fool oepeeially luekg. ~o Happy Birthday to you. our dad. and our grandpa Buekylll lava alm~ya. your family Love, Your Family d We love you very much, Mom. ~ Love you, Mom, June USD 278 Mankato KINDERGARTEN $REENING A kindergarten screening clinic will be offered by USD 278 Mankato on: Thursday, April 10 8:30 a.m. to noon Mankato Elementary School 30,3 N. West Mankato, Kan. for all prospective kindergarten students for the 2003-2004 school year. Paronts should call the Mankato Element~ School at (785) 378.3822 to set up an appoinlment forlhis day. You slxx~ bnng yax ch]d,s bi~ certificate, sociaJ secu~yca~l, medicaJ ca~l and immuniza~ n~oEis on the day d lhe screening. Rease a~w 60 minutes to complete the va,ious assossmenls. A phy~ needs to ba complo~ at lhe jewell C0utlly Health ofrce or yax d0ct0r before sch001 t~ns in August. App0~nts mu~ be made by Tuesday, Apnl t. It is not about what I look like or what I have. It is not about my face, my body or my clothes. It is about taking what I have and doing as much as I can with it. It is about the business of learning and growing into the best 'me' I choose to be! Because I know it's all about me! It is all about you, Moriah! Have a great week in Belleville!!! IN THE SPIRIT OF JUNIOR MISS, EMtLY DEHL