Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
April 7, 2016     Jewell County Record
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 7, 2016

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, April 7, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A RHHS: track team opens season at st.John's The-Ro~k Hills High School boys and girls track and field teams kicked off the~:2016 season at the St. John's High Sc'h0o[ Invitational, at Beloit, Friday. G0td "and windy weather con- ditions prevailed at the meet. The boys team finislied fourth in the 12 team field wi~ 74:5 points. The girls team was in six~lace in the 10 team field. The team_ was at Osborne Tuesday for the Lake~side-Saunders Relays. Results were una~,~lable at press time. Kaylee Hadle was the first to break the tape in the 200 meter dash with her time of 28; i I sec6nds. Sarena Meier earned :a :second place finish in the 3200 rrletCr Xufl and finished third in the 1600 meter run. Caitlyn May took second place points in the 3200 meter run. Emily Cox took third place honors in the 800.meter run. Emilee Whelchel gained third place points in the 100 meter dasfi.Emily Cox was 12th in the 800 meter rdn. Baylie Dunstan earned sixth place points in the ghot put and was 13th in the discus. Bergen Mauerhan held eight place in the discus. Zane Colson had a successful debut as a freshman taking the top spot in the 200 meter dash with his time of 24.8 seconds andhe was awarded sixth place points in thee 100 meter dash. Gunner Johanek took third place in the 800 meter run. LUke Broeckelman came in fourth in the 100 meter dash. Kobi Pennell finished 10th in the 100 meter dash. Derric Luong had an 1 lth place finish in the 3200 meter run. The 4 x 400 meter relay team took second place points While the 4 x 100 meter relay team held lhird place. Jacob Spiegel was third in the long j ump. Austin Durant kept second place points for the Grizzlies in the javelin throw. Jacob Spiegel posted fifth place points in the triple jump. Austin Eilert earned second place in the discus throw and took third in the shot put. Dereck Gillett and Permell were among four entrants in the high jump who were tied for sixth place. Gov. Sam Brownback and Rep. Troy Waymaster visited with Rock Hills High School seniors last Tuesday, March Grant Davis, (middle row) Ethan Woerner, Wyatt Duskie, Chelsea Landreth, Lexi 22whi~etheyvisitedtheCapit~~bui~dinginT~peka~Picturedare(backr~w~fr~m~eft)Travis~~x~Braydewagner~ Rep. Callaway, Alan Fettig, Allison Railsback, Pamela Wirth, Farm Bureau Sponsor, Troy Waymaster, Austin Durant, Raymond Bryant, Tucker Johanek, Arrow Durant, Jeremy Simmelink, Emily Cox, Fischer and Gov. Sam Brownback. B urr Oak By Glermys Barnes Diana Ord took Cliff and Glenny Barnes to Salina last Wednesday where Cliff had a doctor's appointment with his urologist. They also had lunch at a Salina restaurant and did some shop- believe anyway. There are many scrip- ping. Cliff has now begun taking some tures in the Bible where Jesus says medication to help with his prostate "Believe in Me." That faith in belier- cancer, ing in Jesus and His resurrection is ~ : Dave Vopat and Mary Foley stayed essential in being a Christian. Ques ................ the weekend in Wichita where they tions and doubts are not necessarily a !: joined in the wedding celebration of bad thing. We need to know why we Inn and Heidi Foley at the Roiden think and believe as we do so we may Jeffery, Cedric Ballentin, Spencer (front row) Terri Slick, Esmeralda Clinic Reserve. :be effective wi~esses for Jesus. Jesus Doug and Wanda Frasier were in showed mercy to Thomas so he could Hastings Saturday evening for supper believe and move on with the work of at the home of Josh, Amanda, Luke being a disciple for Christ. We need to and Emma Frasier. After supper, a continue to believe, even though we "Toy Story" cake and ice cream were have not seen. seved in honor of Luke's 4th birthday Sunday, Barbara Renner took Rosie that day. Others attending were Daniel Campbell, Rose Lewis and Jane Lewis and Jacinth Shultz, Mel, Marcia and outforlunchataRedCloudrestaurant John Reining, all of Hastings. to celebrate Jane's birthday. ~ TheGirl Scouts, Troop 20470, went In addition to a trip to the ER for a Fore full list of res:. onsibilitiesp and sale ..rv, ]~)l to Hastings Sunday to go swimming strained muscle in his forearm a week , "gerat 785-262-1145 J andplay. This was their reward for all agoSunday, adoctor'sappointinSalina _ thehardworktheyputinduringcookie last Wednesday and a trip to the chiro- Rock Hills students who's names were drawn for the $25 gift certificates given at the March SAFE drawing were, sales. Brynlee Manning and Jessica practor because of a pinched nerve in Emily Cox (senior), Drew Beam (junior), Sydny Ryba (sophomore) and Jiovanna Mello (freshman). Barnes attended, his neck, Cliff Barnes has been enter- ,, • 9- W .... This is scheduled for May 28, with a ter Westremindssmall:nonfarmbusi- Rooks, Russell and Smith; neighbor- Would You Behove that. as taming a case of shingles since last social hour and~n,~registration at 5 p.m. nesses in l l Kansas counties and neigh- ingNebraskacountiesareFranklinand HERITAGE TOWNHOMES OF JEWELL the title of Richard Cox's message at Friday. the Christian Church on Sunday morn- There will be a Community Club m ing. His selected scrinturerea.d~0g was ~eetin~ at the Burr Oak Community pndc~hffse~eta~at Chef" ?}~ClklegaCTT~be boring Nebraska counties of the April Harlan .... hash two bedroo,, Unit for rent in Jewell, Kansas. Jolln 20! 19-'3'llT[~t's~!~p~i~'i~'C~'rC~nt~r t"oday (Thursday) at 6:30 p.m~. costthesameaslast- ~ --- ~ "- :~:26 deadline to apply tot an sBA" fed'" ...... According-t0 Cratfield, Smalt non: . .. year. ~as ror mese oral disaster loan for economic iniu'-', farm businesses small agricultural co- Fully carpeted, cefi faf heat and air, ali appliances, peopleSt°ry of ahavedOUbting"rnomaS.a hard time believinglVtalty 'there EVeryonehelp plan activitiesiS welcomefortOBurrattendOak.and to ~iso eeenst-S aWel~tt',r~ ~ --- "appearpen°dmally m oJf~et These low-interest loans operatives, small businesses engaged are to • / p p ougnout Apru and m aquaculture and most private non safe-room and attached garage. Water, sewer, yard work is a God. Even some church going This is a reminder of two events May economic losses because of reduced - people have doubts according to a study coming in May. The ftrst is the Mother- revenues caused by drought, winter profit organizations of any size may and snow removal are provided. Renters must be income-eligible to qualify. Please contact Keegan or Pepper at the North Central Regional Planning Commission (785) 738-2218 for more details. 405 Main St., Jewell, Ken. Mankato City Cle; Saturday, April 16 Items Accepted: i ...... ___l • .1 Anything that can be taken to the Jewel! County Landfill and Transfer Station Rock Hills High School Students and the Mankato Chamber of Commerce will be picking up unwanted household items, outdoor items, lawn and tree items, etc. at individual homeowners curbside or alley WITHIN the City of Mankato. PICK UP IS BY APPOINTMENT f' T0 Schedule a pick up, please contact , J Brian Shulda, 785-243-0203 or Jason Ortman, 785-620-6917 ' / 'l Li Appointments will be accepted until Thursday, April 14 Community-members are also welcome. to volunteer their eff0as in the clean up. Sponsored by the Rock Hills High School Students and Mankato Chamber of Commerce. f that was done. So it is no wonder Daughter Salad Supper. This year's Deadline nearing to kill and insect infestation in the fol- Thomas said he would not believe un- theme is'Teddy Bears' Picnic." If you lowing primary counties that began til he saw the nail holes in Jesus' hands are planning to attend and would like apply for SBA loans Jan. 1,2015. Primary Kansas counties and feet and put his hand in the spear to shareyourfavoriteteddybear, please Tanya N. Garfield, director of the are Osborne and Phillips; neighboring wound in His side. Christians have not do so. The second event is the Burr U.S. Small Business Administration's Kansas counties are Ellis, Graham, seen those things in person, but they Oak-White Rock Alumni Banquet. (SBA) Disaster Field Operations Con- Jewell, Lincoln, Mitchell, Norton, It Solomon Valley Larks (back row) coach Rick Axelson, Todd Van Schuyver, Brayden McNeal, coach Mat McNeal, coach Diane Voss, coach Jon Voss, (4th row) Steven Madsen, Joseph Burns, Gusty Patterson, Coach Tristan Boxum, Aaron McClurg, Shayne Wilcoxson, Michelle Klein, Coach Tony Terry, (3rd row) Hannah'Reitz, Andrew Matthews, Ethan Buss, Zavier Dooley, Kaleb Becker, Christian Darnelt, Brenden Darnell, David Becker, Coach Dave Van Schuyver, (2nd row) Melissa Finnesy, Hope Smith, Zayvier Chavez-Hays, Jessica Darnell, Myriah Poured, Shawn Voss, Austin Dibble, Trenton Reilley, Christina Couse, (front row):Bi'eana Allen, Sydney Axelson, Logan Burns, Tye Wilcoxson, Logan Reitz, MacKenzie Winder, Devin Corwin-Herrick, (not pictured) Tyler Jones, Vance C&nwell, and Haley Muhsmann. THANK YOU apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs) of up to $2 million to help meet working capital needs caused by the disaster. "EIDLs may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that cannot be paid because of the disaster's impact," Garfield said. "SBA eligibility covers both the eco- nomic impacts on businesses depen- dent on farmers and ranchers that have suffered agricultural production losses caused by the disaster and businesses directly impacted by the disaster. EIDL assistance is available regardless of whether the applicant suffered any property damage." The interest rate is four percent for businesses and 2.625 percent for pri- vate nonprofit organizations with terms up to 30 years. Loan amounts and terms are set by SBA and are based on each applicant's financial condition. Businesses primarily engaged in farm- ing or ranching are not eligible for SBA disaster assistance. Agricultural enterprises should contact the Farm Services Agency about the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture assistance made available by the secretary' s dec- laration. However, in drought disas- ters nurseries are eligible for SBA di- saster assistance. Applicants may apply online using the Electronic Loan Ap01ication at disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. Solomon Valley Larks would like to thank USD 270; Gall Dunbar; Bob Staab; Plainville Elementary School; Nex-Tech Wireless; Nex-Tech Cable TV; Herman and IreneFellhoelter; Cornerstone Building and Design - Mike Reed; Rod and Kathy Sutter; Coffeyville Resources; Cookies Liquor Store; DaMar Transco - Dave Basgall; Betty Staab; The First State Bank; Midwest Community Bank; Mr. K's Food Town; Rooks County Commissioners, Stahl Products, LLC; Cardinal Drive-Inn; Plainville Dairy Queen; Dessin Fournir; Mary Lou Brown; Plainville Elementary School; Mark and Paul Rathbun; Rich and Joyce Cowan; Plainville Insurance Agency, LLC - Paul Gross; Plainville Livestock - Ty and Camden Gillum; Ruder Oil; Stove's Electric and Roustabout, LLC - Steve Fellhoelter; Bosselman Energy; WMKS-Brammer; Plainville VFW Auxiliary 8871; Reif Welding and Construction; Rooks County Health Center; Carmichael True Value - Wes Carmichael; Worrier Welding and Construction; Miss Finnesy; Karen McMullen Hageman; Leo's Liquor; Plainville Short Stop; Braden and Tummy Worrier; Danny and Gerri Meitler; VFW 887 I; Crawford Supply Company, Inc.; Henry Plante; Plainville Recreation Commission; Downer Hull Agency, Inc.; World Pest Control - Roger and Shannon Meitler; Kenny and Majorie Dinkel; Piainville Elementary; Rick and Sheryln Axelson; Shirley Eilers all of Plainville; Gore Oil Company, Wichita; Southwind Bank; Carl Chaney Memorial; Natoma Lions Club all of Natoma; Damar, Osborne, Plainville, Stockton, Knights of Columbus Councils; Midwestern Pipework, Inc.; Allen and Gloria Brungardt; Sunflower Bank, all of Hays; First National Bank and Trust - Logan County Bank; Logan Republican; Tim and Robin Van Laeys; Troy and Shari Buss; USD 326 all of Logan; Keller Motors - Myron Keller; Palco; Girard's; Mid-way Co-op Service Station, The Osborne Chamber of Commerce, Clarks-Gashaw Mortuary, Inc., Midway Co-op Association; The Farmers Bank; Osborne VFW Auxiliary 7743 all of Osborne; All Faiths Funeral Chapter - Kelly Herdt; First National Bank and Trust- Smith County Bank; Janell Baxter; Gene's IGA; Smith County Kiwanis; Barry Baxter Memorial; USD 237 all of Smith Center; Cikanek Law Office - Terry Cikanek; Jon and Diane Voss; J-J Oil Co., Inc.; Webster's Supermarket; 183 Lanes; Smith Monuments, Inc. - Ron and Gall Gallaway; Betty Axelson Memorial; Central Veterinary Service, PA- Craig and Jessica Iwanski; USD 271 all of Stockton; Farmers National Bank- Phillipsburg-Stockton; Hiland Dairy; Aaron Dinkel of Salina; State Bank of Downs; Downs Super Foods all of Downs; Normandin Heating and Air Conditioning- DaMar; Roxie Klaus of Hill City; Hunter American Legion Auxiliary 77; Kroger; Rolling Hills• Electric Cooperative, Inc. - Mankato; Pro-Ag Marketing and USD 110 both of Kensington and all those who supported our raffle. We appreciate all the suppport shown to our teams this past year. Without you the past 3 days at the State Basketball Tournament would not have been possible. 14 16 I I f I / // / / l "r; State Cast Sign-Up: Now tmtll Jeweli County Conservation District 105 W South St, Mankato, KS (785)378-396l Funding will be available as of July lst Practices may include: Terraces Critical Area Plantings Waterways Pasture& Hayland Plantings Tree Plantings Water&Sediment Control Basins Diversions Grade Stabilization Structures Pit Ponds On-Site Wastewater Systems Windbreaks Livestock VVaste Systems Cross Fencing Livestock Watering Pipelines Well-plugging Riparian Area Improvements "Funding provided by the State Conservation Commission through appropriation from the Kansas Water Plan Fund." " , - 14 Ib IIII I I MANKATO Sports Preview Monday, April 11 - Saturday, April 16 April 11 High School Golf at St. Johns Beloit April 12 Junior High Track at Rock Hills, 3 p.m. April 14 High School Track Deshler Invitational at Superior, lOa.m. Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 1 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Deposi- tory, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, No- tary ServiCe, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- ance, Drive Thru in Bel0it, Voice Re- sponse Unit, Internet, Member Acqess, ATM and Debit Card Available. '! Your Sav~gs insured to $250,000 NCUA NaiJo~a Oedlt Umon Admintstratlon, a U.S. GovernmentAgency