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RD 2 ,/J~ELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 27, 2003 nnounce engagement ,iza et, weber Chad '~Wm Woemer, both of Beloit an- cal, I Wa~nce their engagement and ap- mu onq tchin I ~ g marriage• 1 . ] ;arolyn is the daughter of Care meetm~ ~er, Be' • '4 Loit, and the late LeRoy We- ll multi, eL . • ~ = one Is a graduate of St. John's , mc I~x1 agile schools• She attended Cloud !ag J~ inty Community College, Concor- can • ~ and received her associate's de- -s] ;in computer science. Carolyn then p~?nc~] i,t on to Saint Mary College, Leav- .p t~ orth, where she graduated with a c ~l~e~ln tl lelor's degree in in formation tech- '] .gY, as well as top academic and .. ..Jace honors• She is currently em- , me ue~ led with Custom Ag Products Be- ~'liverin~ dents ~had is the son of John and Linda Jewell, and Judy Bowen, He is a grand~on of Pleasant Superior. He is a graduate of Public High School. After Chad worked several years for the United States various government agen- panies. Upon United States, he has women ~ar Easter lesson Story Within a Story," Jesus' was the focus of the lesson ˘ United Methodist Women 13. Kathleen Allen led the searched the scrip- to answer questions and tied these The altar was dlessurrounding the black-shrouded cross. at the business thank you was read form ofMelodee Bartsch. quilts were delivered to UM were made for guest night guests invited from the Ionia and Randall• host the 6:30 supper. Ann the program on "Secret James reviewed an article ~e. By consensus, the pennies for the mile district project• Nancy deen Allen reported Happenings• Spiritual Retreat is in pril 5. Registration and be paid by the unit. The is March 22. Pat ~and Shirley Varney will care Jan McCollough is in dining room. ˘ was set for May 4. A approved for METour =hurch applied• It will get the history of the FCCLA cookbook and contribute recipes for the Allen was hostess• CHRISTIAN CHURCH~ :. 91" soup SUPPER ~, Vet Mcvi~ATURDAY, MARCH 29 Marle~! ~r,,~'r~ 5 P.M. • Drawing for quilt will be held during the evening! Weber and Woerner completed two associate degrees, one in applied science in electronics from North Central Kansas Technical Col- lege, Beloit, and the other in computer science from Cloud County Commu- nity College. Chad is currently em- ployed at Sunflower Manufacturing, Beloit. Their sacrament of matrimony will be received May 3 at Beloit's St. John the Baptist Catholic Church• Stewart receives scholarship Jason Stewart, Mankato, is the re- cipient of an academic scholarship and the Jewell County Special Award from Cloud County Community College for the 2003-04 academic year. Stewart will graduate this spring from Mankato High School. He is the son of Larry and Kathy Stewart and plans to major in graphic design. Club member learns about Islam Faye Novak gave an in-depth study of Islam for members of the GFWC of Kansas Progressive Study Club March 18 at the Randall Library. Elaine Peters reported from the Kan- sas Club woman noting ~mportant events• Theresa Baxa and Fawna Barrett sang. The business meeting was con- ducted by Elaine Peters. Plans were made to serve the Jewell Chamber meal April 14. Theresawas elected delegate to state convention in Emporia April 3- 5. Nevada Vetter, 6th District Presi- dent, is also a delegate. A group sent to Randall One-Stop Shod for treats• Swink accepted to program Megan Swink, Randall junior at Washburn University, has been ac- cepted into a mentoring program for pre-med students. She will be shadow- ing a physician this summer, though she has not been told where this assign- ment will be. Jewell County LTC Dorothy Munro celebrated her birth- day on March 14 by serving cake to residents• Earlier in the day she cel- ebrated with lunch and birthday cake with her family• Donna Johnson visited her mother, Aletha Logan, and they attended the group activity with other residents to watch a Walton video• The Rev. Laura Fricker, Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato led worship. The church choir sang. Guests attending were Gwen and Tom West, Louise Powell, Pat Grout, Doris Kitts and Fern Pair. Jesus calming the storm and raising of Jarirus daughter were topics of Monday morning Bible Study which was led by Virginia Alexander• Jack Smith showed residents a video, "Heart of the Rockies." Thadd Hinkle and Rosalie Menhusen led rhythm band and hymn singing. Thirteen residents attended Resident Council• Gospel music concert in Glen Elder "Gospel Music for Everyone," is the theme of a concert Marc h 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Glen Elder Grade School. Local musicians performing are Toni Wood and Linus Sarver; Larry Angell from Gospel Down South, of the local radio station 94.1 and other local talent from the area who are vol- unteering to perform. Local talent is Van Bradley, Rachel Arnett, Fresh Fire Kid' s Choir, Dennis Finch, Christa and Ronda Roach, Michelle Conway and Friends, Rick Naegele, Kingdom Kids, Carl Warner, Marci Hale and Rick Stearns. A love offering will be taken to help fund a local mission team trip to Mexico• Friendship Meals March 31 through April 4 Monday: Pork patty, roast potatoes and garlic, cauliflower and peas, wheat roll, pudding. Tuesday: Chicken salad, potato soup, pickled beets, crackers, orange juice, gelatin. Wednesday: Roast beef, mas'fl~-- potatoes, gravy, breaded tomatoes, muffin, applesauce• Thursday: race salad, corn and green peppers, tortilla chips, chocolate chip cookie. Friday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, pears, roll, fresh straw- berries• Meals delivered by Christian Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. A story, "The Red Bonnet" from the book Grandma's Attic was read to residents• Twelve residents participated in exercises and devotions. Verla Houser and Jeanie Blair assisted with the games• Winners were John Sipe, Jane Myers and Lela Huntsinger. Nancy McCorkle visited Irene McCorkle. Chandra Wagner and Terry and Becky Slick called on Dorothy Munro. Lela Huntsinger was visited by Sheila Ridings, Krista Silsby and Alexa Frisbie. Louise Powell visited her sister, Cleo Wilson. Robert and Ada Grimm attended worship service with Elizabeth Grimm• Janice Grabast visited her mother, Mildred Thelander. Other visitors of Mildred were Karla, Ryan and Bert Lucke. Heartbeat Center has spring event Dr. Paul Davis, Wichita, is keynote speaker at Heartbeat Pregnancy Cen- ter Spring Banquet on April 4 at the Municipal Building, Beloit. Information about this new service to the North Central Kansas area will be provided• If you would like to attend, pleasecal1785-738-2435. Res- ervations are required tbr the compli- mentary dinner which is underwritten by area businesses• CHURCH Burr Oak, Kan. SPonsored by the C.W.Fj NOTI(:E Kan. • 785-378-3172 Burr Oak-White Rock Alumni Banquet Saturday, May 24 White Rock High School Gymnasium Burr Oak, Kan. Social Hour at 5:30 p.m. • Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Advance p'a~ylnent requimd.....Reservation$ due by Thursday, May IS#~ For reservatlons, contact Cheryl Hillman, P.O. Box 13, Burr Oak, Kan., 66936 (785) 647-6171 or E-mail: momhillman@aol.com or Glennys Barnes, P.O. Box 33, Burr Oak, Ksn., 66936 (785-) 647-5301 or E.maih glennysbarnes@aol.com PANCAKE FEED Pancakes, sausage and drink ay, March 30 Serving from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Theresa Cathohc Church Mankato, Kan. Proceeds will go for good will projects Sponsored by Esbon-Mankato- Knights of Columbus Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. March 17: Shawna Robbins, Mankato; March ! 8: Marjorie Goldsberry, Jewell. Dismissals. March 19: Shawna Robbins; March 20: Marjorie Goldsberry, Jewell. Randall UMC has Lent lesson Doris Abram presented the program about lent when Randall United Church Women met recently. Lent is a man-created holiday. The 40 days from Ash Wednesday to the Saturday before Easter do not include Sundays, as every Sunday is the cel- ebration of Easter. With Scripture read- ings, she led communion to commemo- rate the Last Supper. Betty Mayhew joined the quilters in the morning. A quilt was completed and another put in the frames. A short business meeting was held. Several ill people were named• Hostess was Barb Ramsey. Club members hear about mistakes "Eight Mistakes Gardeners Make" was the focus of the program at Brownscreek Garden Club when Gerry Topliff presented the lesson at the March meeting. Seven members answered roll call by telling, "What I need to do in my garden or yard." At the next meeting, a guest speaker, Vaugh Studer, director of agriculture at K-State and K-States Gardens will present the lesson• Holiday light exhibit is March 27 The fourth annual Christmas Lights Display Show is March 27 at the Beloit Municipal Building. This show is spon- sored by the Chautauqua Isle of Lights. Three different Christmas display dealers and manufacturers will be present to exhibit their Christmas dis- plays. Persons interested in ordering displays for their home, business or for the Chautauqua Isle of Lights are in- vited to attend. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chautauqua Isle of Lights committee members are hosts for the show. Bob Severance, Beloit, is contact person for the event. J-haeLk ;/.au... II " , wou,d',ike i0 thankevery'one'involved witl fl I! my care while atthe Jewell Co. Hospital, the EMT [i ilpeople who transferred me safely to Salina and I| !1 all my friends and family..tor their help, cards, I1 - l] flowers, phone calls and especially the r prayers. [I I i ii .wI ~aIjt CT~etdez,~aet Soup Supper!!! Featuring homemade soups: • Chicken noodle • Oyster .Tomato Come try "one" or "all" Thursday, March 27 4 p.m. to closing SWEDEN CREME 610 E. South St., Mankato, Kan. Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs illl H Walt and Peggy Wilson attended the spring music concert put on by the kindergarten in Superior. Their grand- son, Chandler Zoltenko, was one of the participants. Holly Jeffery, Pittsburg, and Jamy Thielen, Olathe, were weekend guests of Gale and Kathleen Jeffery. On Sunday they joined other family mem- bers at the Buckey Hancock home in Esbon to help Buckey celebrate his birthday. AnnaBelle Grubbs attendeda bridal shower for Holly Jeffery Saturday af- ternoon. Mark and Laura Underwood and Wilma Underwood went to watch the White Rock Prom guests arrive and to take pictures Saturday night. The last session for JAM is April 9. Carol Cosand was an overnight pa- tient in the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Callers on Warren and Barbara White were Harold and Edyth Frances, Mac Diehl and Kermit and Loyce Jeffery. Cliffand Glennys Barnes and Corie and Steffen Barnes attended the Class D indoor track meet at Kearney Colt lege. Grandson Kyle Ord was partici- pating for Maywood High School team. Corie and Steffen Barnes, Red Cloud, were guests of their grandpar- ents, Cliff and Glennys Barnes. David and Tammy Barnes and chil- dren were visitors at the Christian Church on Sunday. They and Edna Fogo were guests of Cliffand Glennys Barnes for dinner• Diana Timmons, K˘lli Stuart and Cole, Denver, Shanon ~[nd Bryden Morris, Stockton, Mindy Gilmore and Ruthie, Omaha, Elsa, Richard and Russel Dafford, Richard and Midge Oliver, attended the wedding of Melinda Dayhuff and Steve Jenkins, March 15 inSabetha. Melinda is Rich- ard and Midge's granddaughter. There is to be a missionary from Patua, New Guinea, speaking at the Nazarene Church April 7 at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome• Madeline McMains and Wanda Howard hosted CWF at the Christian Church• Wilma Underwood and Vivian Reed visited Geneva Carman at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Geneva has been moved to the fifth floor to recewe therapy. The flowers on the altar at the United Methodist Church were in memory of Marty Rafferty. Mary Modlin was hostess to the Coffee Hour Sunday morning at the United Methodist Church. The Sunrise Service will be Sun- day, April 20 at 6:15 on the hill. Correction In the March 13 issue of this news- paper, a story about the Mankato City Council incorrectly identified Faye Martin as asking a question about the !egality of the community's utility bill- mg practices• The question was asked by Karen Faye. Spring Banquet Friday, April 4 • 7 p.m. Beloit Municipal Building Dear beloved family and ffiends: I wish to thank you for the many prayers, flowers, memorials, phone calls, visits and cards and your kindness and love in the loss of our precious son and brother, Marty Shane Rafferty. Your support and love was above measure. Thank you and God bless you always. Ella Rae Rafferty Rod Lyle Rafferty Lynda and Forrest Dewey and family Rhonda and Mark Swiderski and family II ;am;e and Quentin Unae,~ood and family ,,,,Ill N011CI OF LEASE LETTING TO INTERESTED PARTIES ii I '1 The City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, the owner of the following described real estate located in Jewell County, Kansas to wit: A tract of pasture land in the West One-half of Section Sixteen, Township Three South, Range Eight West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, (W 1/2 Sec. 16 T3S, R8W of 6th P,M.) Jewell County, Kansas, lying north, east and south of the Mankato Golf course, and containing 139 acres more or less, offers the same for lease. Said lease shall be for cash payment and shall be for the 2003 summer grazing season. All bids shall be for a total, annual stated dollar amount with no reference to any other bid. Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the City Administrator of Manksto, Kansas until Noon on Tuesday, April 8. Interest parties may obtain copies of the proposed lease at the Mankato City Office. The City of Mankato reserves the right to reject any or all bids. i i I Jewell County District No. 6 Saturday, April 5 The City of Mankato is taking applications for a Park 5-7 p.m. " Formoso Seniorr 1/_ B~~' e Grounds Maintenance employee for the 2003 sea- nte Prom ts elos son. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. I" S -ormo o, Kan hi,.s family and fnends, Cody (~rankie Muniz) is a typical ~, • =~.e I Interested applicants can obtain an application at the ''ovestoskateboard, hates , I~!i~.',!,l ... _ -a . ~~i~ I'''~'"W '~J ' '' ~~ ~nd. feels like a complete idiot "\ t 'cneaule!:10111" City Office ,O[~,|0~. .g=ns. But Cody's got a secret- ˘=m,~c,,.~w - 202 E. Jefferson ~Ually part of a secret teen CIA III I- 11 Cod ' " ' 0 S I IL S.K4˘˘..~aL~tJ • ˘~LWW• i I'; yshvlngeveryby' _,,~l~l Mankato, Kan., 66956 LIIIMm l ! =~e,bu, t his training is put to the ~~--~..~ Completed applications need to be returned to the ~n .he s sent to pose as a prep ~ =_~aentandbefdendfe owteen "=" same address by no later than Monday, April 7. For rda :~'~~ '~onnorSdeveloping a fleet(Hilary Duff)in order Monday -_Satu y information contact the City Office, 785-378-3141. _. aCCesstohArf~th~r a_~r.i~ntist 9a m to ,5"L~u p m. ~'Ve ~nl • -- .......... , ....... • " " " , ........ ~n0b0tsf0rtheevil0rganiza-_ ~ ~9a'm't°'p'm" .... ',.. 325 N. Central, ........ Superior From the family of I I 'l RATED PG - 7. some sensual content~on ViOlence, mild language and ~ ( IIjO~.~/'~/~~..~.Home of theSthe Perfect402"879Fit"3 '21 ' Bob G. Newell illl ~lONbAY'Ciosed ..... ~,~~'~~ I munity for extending your hand to our family dur- I 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. "i F ing Bob's illness. , !WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY~SATuRDAy: 2003 Fami un ...... There isnowaytoshowourgratitudetothoseof ' ~ ,0a.m. to2p.m.&4:3Op.m, to8p.rn. who sent memorials and cards; or tO those who I~~ S'UJ~I/DA, I SaturdaY,.- March 29 yOudelivered meals and made phone calls in Bob,s be. -----1~~ ,0:30a.m. to 2 p.m.& S p.m. to,p.m. ti~[~l.e~[alfl bef°]L" "][1(~! after ]1is l~'ssi][~"'lr31~: i|l][l[ess (1.., loss. '~O1Llt are truly, co~r'~][3[l.t.]l.][lity I ~ 1 _ Mankato High School • Mankato, Kan. . We appreciated all of your prayers through this ! [- Games ' 5to 8:30 p.m. I ! Drawings ~:~0 p.m. I -- '. Pa~.e~..Sundayevening I . I ! I I~ GRAND PRIZES: ...--I of caring people. I (Burgers and Sandwiches available) I r~,'Y~P,"n~'~chesandI I/ ~,,,,~,,,,, I I~,~,,,~,r.v.0vo~,,-~,~-'~l Bonnie Newell I ..... I . =s=.,,=.~ co~..~-=, r I Thank you for your support and we look : 'memade p/e ~ (swrm ~ar~ ~ ~ ~) jtd doar pdze$1/! Lynn and Terry Shamburg I forward to continuing to serve you. 3 Basketball Tournament-team sign up, call 785478-3174 Teri File INVITE YOUR FRIENDS TO COME TOOl!! Shawn and Susan NeweU Sponsored by the Jewe# County 4.H Alumni and Council Lance Newel l