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4TY RECORD Thursday, Apd110, 2003 Schnakenberg wed Amanda Kaye Terry and Chad Alan g were married March 8, Centennial Lutheran Church, Supe- Pastor Paul Albrecht performed ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Goodland, and Mr. Mrs. Lynn Schnakenberg, Web- Grandmother of the bride is Jean St. Francis. the bride, Was escorted to the altar father. Genelle Wolfe, Pittsburg, was maid honor. Bridesmaids were Amy g, Hastings, Karla Colorado Springs, sisters of )ridegroom and Shcrri Biery, Flower girls were Molly and Whitetbot, Belleville. Per- attendant was Suzan Whitefoot, Chad Shearer, Skaitook, Okla., as the best man. Groomsmen brother Johnson, Concordia Mike Gieber, Belleville. Ring Austen Biery. Guests were seated by Daryl Loyd, Francis, uncle of the bride, and St. Francis, cousin of the ghters were Dare Loyal, Francis, cousin of the bride, and Whitefoot, Belleville. Guest book attendants were Bclleville, cousin of and Tara Hissong. Li n- cousin of the bridegroom. were given out by Meghan Belleville. was provided by Headaer Courtland, and Pat McCord, Superior. Soloists were Reed son, and Deb Knox, Clyde. reception, dinner and dance was the Hardy Community Center. for the evening were; Mr. and ii!!i151 Mr. and Mrs. Schnakenberg Mrs. Troy Porter, St. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hissong, Hebron; and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson, Concordia. Cake servers were Rhonda Murphy, Kosse, Texas; Tonya Elliott, Purcell, Okla., Keely Loyd, St. Francis, aunt of the bride and Jilt Eyestone, Denver. Gift attendants were Angle and Tricia Hissong, Hebron. The bride is agraduate of St. Francis Community High School and Cloud County Community College. She is employed as a registered nurse at Re- public County Hospital, Belleville. The bridegroom is a graduate of Belleville High School and Fort Hayes State University. He is employed as vice-president of Central National Bank, Superior. After a honeymoon to the West Indies island of St. Lucia, the couple is at home in Webber. Piano students of Becky Burgess, Jewell, appeared in a recital recently in Students are (back row, from left. Burgess, Lane Koster, Damon Sierra Koster, Laura Butts, Emily Burgess, Lauren Stephens and ; (middle} Heather Thompson, Brittany Joerg, Blair McMillan, Micah Daniels, Haley Thompson and Ariel McCollough; Greene, Darica Bohnerl, Katie Matter, Sheridan Koster and Alex WEEK Monday, April 21 through Friday, April 25 III 6ot-A-Tan April Spoial! Unlimited Tanning for forget ~(~ ...... %! your ~~ ~~ Tn 7 Days a wadd .tavorite "~~ 16 Assistant ~ :'- ,~ " el-A-Tan I Rodney & Linda Payne Plower Patch, LLe I Mankato, Kan. 102 S. Commercial I,,~ ~ ~'p~ ~ (~l'lh~l Ken. 785-378-3950 Thank you... to all who participated in the Jewell County Health Fair. We appreciate your business and take pride in offering you continu- Ous u lthank ou to the staffofJewell q ality health care. A specia Y County Hospital and Rural Health Clinic and to Deanna Sweat 0-tad Jewell County Extension. (Watch for our ad for mobile mammography!) Friends, Staff, Administration ]eTvell Couffty Hospital Jezvell County Rural Health Clinic I wish to thank my husband, our families, friends and neighbors for the surprise birthday party, dinner and reception. Thank you for the gifts, flowers and many cards received. A big thank you to our children. I appreciated your thoughtfulness. Love to all of you ~ Doris Slate-Greene FCCLA members attend STAR event Youth from Mankato chapter of Family, Career ancl Community Lead- ers of America recently participated in the State STAR Events and State Lead- ership Showcase in Wichita. The meeting was attended by 2,000 members, advisors, and guests through- out the state. Mankato's FCCLA chap- ter advisor, Brenda Dooley, accompa- nied six members and sponsor, Phyllis Liggett to the meeting. The "Power to Connect" theme was reinforced by connecting members and chapters for their recognition to con- necting to their families, careers and communities over the past year. Tiffany Jensen, Brandy Burkhart, and former member, Melissa Hulbert, were recognized for completing all five modules of Power of One. Students who participated in STAR events were Sara Christie, illustrated talk, gold medal; chapter service project display team, Tiffany Jensen, Brandy Burkhart, and Nicole Jeffery, bronze. In addition to meetings and compe- titions, Christie received officer train- ing in preparation for her role in Kan- sas FCCLA next year. At the District C meeting in February, she was elected to lead the 15 chapters of this district next year. Other officers from this district, along with the oflicers from the other 11 districts in the state, also took part in the training. Jewell FCCLA gets state gold medals Youth from the Jewell High School Chapter of Family, Career and Com- munity Leaders of America recently participated in State STAR Events and State Leadership Showcase in Wichita recently. Two parliamentary teams and one job interviewee from Jewell partici- pated in the STAR Event competi- tions. The junior parliamentary team-" of Kris BelLe, Emily Burgess, Lenora Faulkner and Savannah Myers received a gold medal. The senior parliamentary team of Darcie Gibson, Jacob Greene, Tracy Bohnert, MiLch Matter, Caleb Ramsey and Lisa Schwerman received a silver medal. Megan Sheltoj! partic~ the job interview event and received a silver medal. State STAR event participants q ualified to compete on the state level by being first place gold medal win- ners in their individual districts. Each of the 12 districts in the state of Kansas sends their first place events to state competition. The Jewell chapter was also se- P~hN DAVE'S ~'~1 I GUN SHOP I Jewell Kansas IBm/-- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785..428-3337 Visit US on the web www.davesgunohop.net 80th Birthday Card Shower for arrie Fry Send cards to Carrie at: 749 Anthony Clay Center, Kan. 67432 Mankato, Ken. 785-378-3172 ElaL Based on the popular Marvel Com- ics character, this is the story of Matt Murdock, son of a boxer who gets killed by petty criminals for refusing to take a dive. This drives young Matt to fight crime, despite a childhood acci- dent that robbed him of his sight. That same accident, however, also granted him exceptionally advanced senses of heanng, touch, taste and smell, as well as providing him with a strange sort of mental radar that helps to compensate for his lack of'vision. RATED PG-13 for action-violence ,~nd some sensuality April 11-13, 7:30 P.M. CO~~ Sun~, &~rff 27 ~ 7"30p.~ Mankato High School Little Theater You are invited to this fundraising event to assist Moriah Wagner in her journey to America s Junior Miss Program in Mobile, Alabama. Free will donation. Sunday, April27 ,., 6p.m. By reservation only. For dinner ticket information, call Gail Miller or Karla Fleming at 785-378-3128 or Tracie Diehl at 785-647-8051. If you are unable to attend these scheduled events but would like to support our Kansas Junior Miss, donations may be sent to Miller Law Office, P.O. Box 344, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Members of Mankato Family, Career and Community Leaders of America who attended a state event recently in Wichita are (from left) Sara Christie, Nicole Jeffery, Brandy Burkhad, Tiffany Jensen, Cortney Jeffery, Reba Liggett and Phyllis Liggett, trip sponsor. Not pictured is Brenda Dooley, FC(~LA adviser, who also attended the event. lected to perform the flag ceremony at the assembly of more than 2,000 stu- Births dents. Emily Burgess and Laura Butts performed patriotic piano duet music as scenes of America were portrayed Melissa and Jud Freeman, on a screen. Ashley Lienberger and Lindsborg, announce the birth of their Richard Shamburg posted the colors, first child, a son, Trey Freeman, born The Star Spangled Banner was per- March 31. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 formedbyatrio of RichardShamburg, ounces, Grandparents are Mark and Darcie Gibson and Ashley Lienberger. Becky NavaL, Steve and Roberta Jack- Megan Shelton provided narration, son, Donald and Terry Long. Great- One n~ember is selected from each grandparents are Lawrence and the late FCCLA district as "District Member Delores Schleuder, Faye and the late of the Year." Tracy Bohnert, Jewell John NavaL, Lee and Leota Jackson, Chapter, won this award. Ivan and Jan MauL and Bill and Adult sponsors accompanying the Dorothea Wilvers.Great-great-grand- group were Becky BelLe. Becky Bur- mother is Deborah Ta),lor. gess, Norma Schwerman and advisor, Susan Greene Lee conducts tour Senator Janis Lee visits in Mankato Formosoelubdees"Bake, TakeDay" Tuesday at 8 a.m. at Critter's during Members of Formosa Willing her annual listening tour. Workers 4-H Club participated in Other stops in this area are Man- "Bake and Take Day," a national event day, Beloit, I 0 a.m., at Good Company held the fourth Saturday in March to cafe;CawkerCity, seniorcenter, noon. celebrate baking and community spirit. From Mankato Lee travels to Smith Six families ofthe club made baked Center for a 10 a.m. session at Paul's goods to deliver to 14 friends, neigh- Cafe. She will attend a noon meeting bars, senior citizens and family mem- of the Rotary meeting in Smith Center. bers in the Formosa, Courtland and Her next stop is at Kensington, Sulberior areas. _,,- Country Comer at 2 p.m. _ April 21 she visits Osborne, Circle " Inn at 10 a.m. and at noon she will be Mankato City utility report in Downs at the senior center. Connects: Kevin and Sheri Shinn, Representative Clay Aurand will 405 N. High. join Lee on tours April 14 and 15. I would like to thank those voters who gave their support and vote to me as a write-in candidate for Mayor of Mankato, Kan. Don Koester This ad paid for by Don Koester i I1 Sunday, April 13 II ~~~" 1,:30a.m. tol:3Op.m. Y Serving: Fried Chicken & Ham SCHOOL DAYZ CAFE . Located in the old Ionia School Building just off Highway 128, Ionia,Ken. ........ ~i, , .... f,l,i~ .....i rl i ......... Bu~ Oak-White Rock Alumni Banquet " Saturday, May 24 White Rock Htgh School Gymnasium Burr Oak, Karl. Social Hour at 5:30 p.m. % Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Adva/~e pm)~nent r~g/md.....Re.~'~t/on$ due by rmw~d~y, May 15/// For re~rvatiorB, contact CI~/)I Hillman, P.O. Box 13, Burr Oak, Kan., 66936 647-6171 or E-mail: momhlllmanOaol.com or Golden Eagle Casino Trip Sunday, April 27 $15 cost of trip-Casino payback $15 Williams Your Way Travel Roberta Hoidren - Jewel~ Ken. 785-428-3335 I i Ul I I I i to celebrate the 30th Wedding Anniversary of Dale and Lesa Wright on Sa.turday, April 12 2 to 4 p.m. Jewell Christian Church Basement Jewell, Kan. ~,. :.- ~n7 tl:.~ III Jewell County LTC Daffodils are blooming inside as well as outside. Residents constructed yellow daffodils to brighten their rooms for spring. Residents watched Frank Woehrle' s music videos which featured old fa- vorite songs. Later in the day they enjoyed a video on the "World's 'Last Great Places." Coralyn Kaufman, representing the Mankato Harmony United Methodist Church, led worship service. Joan Davis was accompanist. Allen and Elaine Smith and Kaufman sang. Guests attending were Doris Kits, Maxine Dempsey, June Crum, Robert and Ada Grimm, Cli t'lbrd Massey, Fern Pair and Charlotte Roe. Virginia led Bible Study on Mon- day. Residents heard information from "Heavens to Betsey and other Curious Sayings" and heard stories from the Country Wisdom book. Residents visited outside on the pa- tio. Students from the Mankato band entertained residents. Residents attended a birthday party to celebrate Mildred Thelander' s birth- day. Her daughter, Charlene, served refreshments to residents and guests. Residents discussed the naturalizer Lion and citizenship process their an- cestors went Ihrough when they first came to the U.S. I I II II JC Friendship Meals ii i April 14 through April 18 Monday: Spaghetti, meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, fresh or- ange. Tuesday: Chuckwagon steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots lyonnaise, wheat roll, strawberry rhu- barb dessert. Wednesday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, wheat roll, ice cream. Thursday: Beef stew wilh veg- etables, tossed salad, cinnamon roll, "pistachio pineapple delight. Friday: Baked ham or roast, sweet potato, green beans, wheat roll, peach crisp. Meals delivered by VFW Auxil- iary. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Winners of the games were Jewcll Sweet, Monsolete Truhe~, John Si[~ and Jane Myers. Sheila Ridings visited her mother, Lela Huntsinger. Jack and Marie Morris called on Ken West. Irene McCorkle enjoyed visits from Nancy McCorkle. Doug Wood and Shirley Wood vi,,,- ited Dean Coder. Robert and Ada G ri rn m and C li fiord Massey attended worship service with Elizabeth Grimm. Esbon Seniors The Esbon Seniorettes met April 2 at noon with 16 members and four guests present. Guests were Rosemary Feiro, Sprig, gfield, Me., Alberta Gutcher, BurrOak, Orva and son, Brad Hartford, Glcnvil, Neb. Glen and Shirley Marihugh wcrc hostesses. Ida Peroutek conducted tl~e busi- ness meeting. Prizes were won by Rosemary Feiro, Bill Peroutek, Mabel Marihugh, Violet Baker, Leland Bartley and Bud Niles. Business item.s considered arc listed: Renting of the senior building for city election Annuals are needed for the follow- ing years to complete the collection stored in new cabinets: ' 37, ' 52, ' 54. '6 I, '66, '67 and '75. Anyone who has these years and would lik~ to donate them, please contact the senior center. Food drive from April 7 to II. Please leave items at the senior build- ing on the afternoon of April 9. The county meeting is in Burr Oak April 24 at 9:30. Jo Frost and Violet Baker will be hostesses for May 7 meeting. Roll call will be show '~nd Icll or where you went to school. Cloverbuds hear about pollution Jackie Jensen conducted 'a recent Willing Workers 4-H Cloverbud les- son pollution. Jackie perforn~ed ex- periments on the rain cycle, an oil spill and the county fair. Jacki Bouray conducted a Cloverbudlesson on feathered friends. Two kinds of bird feeders were made and McCaela Nelsor~ presented a project talk about her p~et parakeets. Shop at Mankato Professional Pharmacy for your Easter items!!! (~ Easter Candy /~~.~. Easter Cards Russell Stover Easter Candies ~ Men and ladies colognes and perfumes ~New gift items coming infer Easter We will be CLOSED Saturday, April 19 and 26 Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Ken. 66956 o785-378-3183 Sixty Years Ago Sixty years ago this week, on April 11 ,a marnage began that was mad~ =n heaven.A wartime wedding on a 10-day leave. Gaylord surprised Iva with his plans. The White Rock was flooding all week, Gaylord had to ford the creek. On to Uncle Jim Stansbury's home, Where the marriage was performed. They've lived their life as they be- gan, No regrets, enjoying life and work ing hard. For others they've always shown the highest regard. Their home always filled with laugh- ter and caring. Never selfish with their time always sharing. The beast of parents, granaparents and friends. They've gracefully faced all of life's demands. Gaylord and Iva Rothchild So on this Sixtieth Anniversary, we congratulate, And to you, this poem we dedicate. GR/kND, OPENING! COUNTRY BAR & CAFE Saturday, April 12 4 p.m. to Midnight Game prizes given beginning at 8 p.m. COME HELP US CELEBRATE r~2~ Free Dance Ilr~ Eddie Birdwell DJ ~ 8:30 p.m. COUNTRY BAR & CAFE Burr Oak, Kan.