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Coaches pick PTL all-league teams Pike Trail League coaches picked fl~e trll, all-league and honorable men- , teams for the 2002-2003 basket- Boys' selections On the boys' all-league team were Zach Kopsa, Casey Hausman and Chris Zach, Hillcrest; Ross Jeffrey and Aaron Zadina, Mankato; Derrick Emery, North Central; Nathan Lindberg and West Clark, Pike Valley; Tory Hamel and Nathan Brummet, Southern Cloud; Ryan Emerson, St. John's and Drew Duskie, Waconda East. Those making honorable mention were Mark Hendershott, Hillcrest; Trevor Elkins and Jason Stewart, Mankato; Dustin Zenger, North Cen- tral and Justin Hajny and Caleb Frasier, White Rock. Girls' selections On the girls" all-league team were Holly Harris, LauraTrecek and Tobayia Kopsa, Hillcrest; Amy Waterman, Jewell; Beth Gillett, Mankato; Kelsey Frager, North Central; Salena Slinker and Shea Larson, Pike Valley; Samantha Niewald and Christine Fisher, St. John's and Casey Henningsen and Karl Albert, Waconda East. Those making honorable mention were Kara Kolman, Hillcrest; Deidre Frager, North Central; Terell Coons and Jennie Carlgren, Pike Valley; Mary Kate Ludwig, St.John's; Kelly McPeak and Keah Cunningham, Waconda East and Meggie Michels and Lauren Jef- frey, White Rock. Wrestlers compete at state Five Jewell County boys will com- pete at state wrestling next weekend after earning that right in district com- petition recently at Junction City. Those who qualified to compete at the state event in Topeka, their placing and division are listed: Clay Cosand, third, 8 and under, 64 pounds; Zach Eaton, ff)urth, 10 and i~ ~L~ Mankato High School, basketball Pike Trail League picks are (from left) are Gillett, Trevor Elkins and Ross Jeffery. under, 76 pounds; Cody Eaton, sec- ond, 12 and under, 96 pounds; Kaie Newell, first, 10 and under; Colin Loomis, second, 12 and under, 84 pounds Parents of the boys are Mitch a,ad Crystal Cosand, Alan and Tiffany Eaton, Shawn and Susan Newctl and Matt and Kara Loomis, all of Mankato, and Tracy Fuller, Beloit. Kaufman tells of mission trip Coralyn Kaufman presented an ac- count of a mission trip to Reynosa, Mexico, and the Tree of Life Training Center when Harmony United Meth- odist women met recently. She told of the work the mission teams are doing there and how much they are learning about the culture. Roma Grout presided over the busi- ness meeting. Shirley Snider led devotions. Adelaide Regnier was relnembered with a contribution to undesignated giving sent by Rosalie Menhusen and Cathy Daniels. Campbell soup labels will now bc collected for Youthville. June Dempsey's Response Maga- zine report was about the condition of women's health in different countries. Hostesses were Shirley Snider and Merna Keeler from Rebecca Circle. Northbran(~h By Ruth Glover Topic for Sunday morning was "Pruned to Fruitfulness." Song leader was Becky McNichols and special music was a duet by Ken and Lila Smith. Patsy Warner was able to be out in her wheel chair and Joyce McNichols is back from her winter in Arizona. Several from here went to the singspiration at Olive Hill Sunday evening. " Some of the men plan to help at a Work Day at Camp Quaker Haven later this week. Next Sunday is the Area Missions Rally at the Mr. Ayr Friends Church beginning at 4 p.m. The open house sponsored by Mac DieM and Boettchers.Wednesday was well attended. Mac relocated his ag business to the farm north of Northbranch recently. Hamburgers, potato salad and pie were served to a crowd of 110 people by Mac, Tracie and daughters. Mike and Marva Wallace, Salina, were lunch guests of his parents, Glenn and Betty Wallace. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery and Maurice and Earlene Jeffery attended the play at the Opera House in Red To Special Angel Moriah, you are a very unique and talented young lady.~ We wish you the ~ very best and have fun at / \ State Junior Missl / \ " We love you, Darrell, Gail, Sarah, Jason & Scott Thursday, March 27, 2003 Jewell County Memories Aaron Zadina, Jason Stewart, Beth Cloud. Several women attended the bridal shower for Holly Jeffery at Pine Haven in Mankato. Patsy Warner is able to be up short periods of time now. Tim and Wanda Warner and Allison and Velma Lee Smuck have been frequent helpers. Others who have called are Ken and Lila Smith, Mel and Sandy Harrold, Betty Wallace, Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery, Loyce Jeffery, and Patsy's sis- ter, Joyce, Bladen, Neb. Delbert and Patty Bird were dinner guests of Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery. Jerry Harris and Edith Ayres re- cently returned from a farm tour in Costa Rica. The week was filled with visits to a coffee plantation, a tree nursery, a butterfly breeding center, a banana processing center and planta- tion and an agricultural college. Other points of interest included a tram ride through a rainforest, a visit to a vol- cano, a riverboat ride on the Frio River to the border of Nicaragua and a city tour of San Jose. Amanda and Emily Diehl were here visiting their parents a few days during spring break from Kansas State. Earl and Lonnie Buckley met Roger Buckley and family in St. Francis Fri- day. They are now driving a new pick- up. LaVae and Ruth Glover visited in the Elwin Lewis home. 100 Years Ago A new law banished slot machines from Jewell City. This is said to be the first time in 15 years that the Solomon River has been flooded in March. The dispatches say Grover Cleve- land is likely to be the Democratic candidate for president again. Miss Pearle Berg and Mr. A.J. Poole were married at the Berg home. Miss Florence Comber has closed her school in the Humphrey District. She and Miss Alice Cooper will attend Normal School. Art Buffington, who has a new phone on the Ionia line, says some of his neighbors claim it is foolishness for a poor man to invest in such luxuries. Art says some of his critics spend more than that amount for tobacco and think nothing of it. He prefers a phone. 80 Years Ago W.E. Jones said, "Some of the snow drifts at my place were seven or eight feet deep." Dr. J.E. Hawley's new drug store in Burr Oak is now open. The school north of Mankato, taught by Katie Burgin, has been discontin- ued for the balance of the school year because spring moving among the pa- trons took all but one of the pupils from the district. Horses sold cheap at the sale on the Ed Young place last Monday. Six head brought $60.50. Bert Alcom is moving on the Young place. Harve Becker, Burr Oak, lost 1 i0 of his i 80 head of young pigs due to the sort of influenza that is among some of the hogs. Randall girls basketball team won the championship of the east half of Jewell County; Ionia girls became champions of the west half. The cham- pions met for a game with Ionia win- ning 32-18. Ionia team members were Esther Collie, Beulah Patton, Marie Bowling, Esther AIcom, Alice Rose, 2003 -~ -~~ ' Jewell County ' , J.unior Miss make us proud! Good luck! From the dewell County Junior Miss Committee Cleo Loads and Beatrice Colson. 60 Years Ago A citizens caucus nominated the following for Jewell's City ticket: mayor, Claude Reynolds; judge, J.M. Storer; council, Fred Beeler, Dr. A.J. Schumacher, Ed Slattery, Ira Schindler and Dr. V.G. Zipse. In the regional high school basket- ball tournament played at Beloit, Osborne won Class A and Mankato won Class B. Mankato defeated Athol 27 to 14. The Victory Book campaign to pro- vide reading books for men in the armed forces brought out more than 1,000 books in Jewell County. Miss Joyce Noller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Noller, Esbon, and George Gillett, son of Clayton Gillett, Esbon, were married in Beloit by Judge Wrench. A "coin" shower, was given for Corp. and Mrs. Ross Prather, who were on furlough. They are staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross, north of Lovewell. O.K. Waiters, Formoso, lumber- man, reported he had made and deliv- ered 14 brooder houses the past two months, at an average price of $92. 40 Years Ago Lee Junker, Tulsa, Okla., was hired to operate Ranch Bowl, Mankato. Former manager, Don Girard, resigned to accept a position with the Mid-West Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Fair announced the engagement of-their daughter, Annis, to Fred Daniel Hill. The bride elect was employed at First National Bank, Mankato, and Mr. Hill was a teacher and coach at Montrose High School. A June k'edding was planned. Arthur Harms was principal of the Lovewell Elementary School. On Sun- days he was minister of the Webber United Methodist Church. Arnold Rose was elected vice presi- dent of the North Central Kansas Pro- duction Credit Association. Gambles, Mankato, K.G. Ball owner offered: cover-all auto floor mates, $1.66; G.E. head lamps, 88 cents; spark plugs 33 cents each. The new altar set arrived at the church in Ionia, given to the church by members of the junior class and their directors Margaret and Jean Rose. 20 Years Ago The Sunbelt Geophysical Company of Lake Charles, La., had a crew in this area for a month making seismic ex- ploration test for natural gas and oil. Keirs Thriftway advertised three cans orange juice, $1; round steak, - $1.59 lb.; three heads of lettuce, $1; bread, 79 cents; corn flakes, 79 cents. Mankato Bridal Fair, "Look to Your Rainbow," was held at Farmway Credit Community Room. Burr Oak Bt~ Sweetheart King o JEWELL COUNTY and Queen, Laura Badger and Warner, of the boys A-game. The Burr Oak postmaster a postcard for Mrs. Gilbert BurrOak, mailed April 3, 1910.] last postmarked June 1982 post office of St. Louis. Mr. Brush lived in Burr Oak and been dead many years. 10 Years Ago About 19 large bales, Greene Farms, Jewell, and approximately 30 to 40 grass land was burned five and one mile south of Mankato, land is owned by Leo Jacobs. Robert Westgate went visit his dad during spring found the airports shut down was time for him to return. Tate and Tanner Hancock, Dr. Rod and Andra Hancock, were members of the teams to Lincoln, Neb. tournament. Tate's team Tanner's team placed second. teams were coached b Coach Don Anderson re found 30 aspiring golfers re the golf course for the first The group consi:,ted of girls. One Year Ago The .pros and cons of a processing plant were discussed the Jewell County Commerci opment group met. A bid was accepted by .Formoso City Council at a l mg for construction of the fire building in Formoso. Whitemound Builder* Cole Modlin, president, March meeting of Whitemound ers 4-H club to order with 11 and two leaders, answering with where you would like Seven guests were also Routim thank you note was read from nity patrons who received plates prepared and delivered last meeting. Sheila Lawrence, leader, results of the the Tri-County 4-H members who "Clown Play" at the Day received red ribbons. Teresa Shipley, leader, the Whitemound Builders with a gold ribbon to place gavel. Group members decided to pate in the Relay for Life next to ers and guests to go Landon gave a project his Jersey cow. Taylor gave to followwhen jumping on a" line. Ashley parliamentary lesson. Cameron talk about attending camp. After the meeting roller skating and has a Best wishes Moriah Wagner, Jewell County Junior Miss 2003, at Kansas Junior Miss Pageant, March 27, 28 & 29 - Belleville, Kan. Moriah Wagner, 2003 Jewell County Miss Boden Repair, Triumph Seed Burr Oak Welding Central National Bank, Mankato & Formoso- FDIC Citizens State Agency Max E. Burks Darrell E. Miller Attorney-At-Law Dick's TV Furniture & Appliances Farmway Credit Union Get.A-Tan J&H Service Jensen Oil and Gas & J's Jif-E-Stop Jewell and Esbon Grocery Jewell County Hospital LTC, Rural Health Clinic Jewell Implement Co. Case IH Ken's Body Works Kiers Thriftway Lloyd's Sinclair Service Mac's Kwik Stop Gas & Grub Mankato Auto Parts Matt's Automotive Mankato Professional Ph; Mankato Texaco Mankato Welding Pierce Electronics Rolling Hills Electric Co-op, Your Touchstone Energy Cooperative State Exchange Bank, FDIC Insured Stylistic Shears The Guaranty State Bank & Esbon. Burr Oak & Beloit - FDIC Town and Country Variety Tracie's Style Salon Mac's Ag Service ~:~ Weltmer Law Office Wilson Insurance