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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 17, 2003 Announce engagement Don and charli Barrett, Randall, announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Kirsten Rai, to Nathan Robert Jones, son of Jerry and Linda Jones, Logan. The bride-elect graduated from Fort hayes State University with a Births Justin and Erin Cordry, Clifton, announce the birth of their daughter, Kylie Ann, born April 6. Kylie weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces. She has a brother, Austin. Grandparents are Russell and MerleAnn Woodbury, Concord/a; Jim and Mary Cordry, Clifton; Dan and Music students qualify for state The Mankato High School Instru- mental Music Department qualified eight soloists and one small ensemble for state contest April 26. The stu- dents performed at regionals March 29. Students receiving superior ratings and qualifying for state are Brandy gree in psychology. She ;pursuing an education specialist de- school psychology. groom gradu- from FHSU with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a minor in Secondary education. A July 19, wedding is planned at inity United Methodist Church, Jew- Republic UMW The Republic United Methodist .Women met at the church April 3, with 12 members present. Mary Agnes JOhnson, co-president, welcomed the group and opened with prayer. The Purpose was given in unison. Devo- Uons were given by Virginia Petersen. Roll call was answered by model- an original Easter bonnet. Anita ynn Birrell reported on answers from retired missionaries who Were contacted in a previous lesson. METOUR asked for monetary sup- port and $50 was designated to be sent tothem. Several members were signed up to attend tile Belleville and Scandia gave a book review on '0 Jigs & Juleps" written by Virginia ~ary Hudson, a I 0-year-old in aChilds _ grid in 1904. She also handed out the Yen Blessed Truths. It was decided the salad supper will be held at the church on May 1, for mothers, daughters and others at 6:30 P.m. " s The hostesses Betty Bouray and hirley Roe, served from a table deco- rated with an Easter motif. Legion selects scholarship winners Jewell American Legion met re- Cently with Leon Boden, commander, )n charge of the meeting. The main business was selecting the scholarship ~mner from the applications of Jewell ~d Mankato High seniors. These will announced at a later date. Plans were started for the Commu- nity Memorial Day service May 25. ~oThe Auxiliary was unable to meet r lack of a quorum. Lynell Sheahan ad refreshments. Gleaners haYe salad supper Mankato Christian Church Glean- > held a salad supper April 7. and Dena Alvarez made for the entertainment and pro- Rose Damon welcomed the group Prayer was given by Thadd prior to the meal. Kibbe honored by KSU Kara Kibbe, Randall, was honored as "Committee Person of the Year" at Kansas State University. She was pre- sented this award at a Union Program Council banquet Friday evening. Ac- colnpanyi ng her to the banquet was her mother, Mary Ann Kibbe. Waste facility reports receipts Carla Waugh, county clerk, reported the Jewell County Solid Waste De- partment received $1,440 for recycled materials and $38 for HHW from a Concordia customer. This matter was reported at Monday's Jewell County Commissioners meeting. Waugh also stated that one of the sliding doors at the solid waste facility will be replaced with a vinyl door. Jim Vaughan reported cleaning up an illegal dump site, located two miles east and 1 I/3 miles south of Burr Oak. He plans to take two tons of textiles to Concordia. Commissioners reviewed and ap- proved revised employment rules and regulations concerning over time pay, for Jewell County EMS Department employees and employees at the county courthouse. Commissionel:s toured the factory located in the former Dubuque Pack- . ing Plant building and toured rural areas in the county. Commissioners attending the meet- ing were Stanley Colson, Doyle Alcorn and Frank Langer. Esbon Homemakers meet Homemakers met at Esbon April 8 at the Village Cafe with nine members present. WandaThummel, president, passed out sayings which we all read. Roll call was answered by naming a hero. The district recognition meeting is at Concordia at the Moose Lodge April 24, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Ruth Obert presented the lesson, "Everyday Heroes." Kalista Rhine, Lindsborg; and Brad and Carol Owens, Washington. Great- grandparents are Vera Landoll, Hanover; Marvel Rhine, Salina; Hoyt and Iona Woodbury, Clay Center, and the late Lawrence and Elda Elniff. JC Friendship Meals Ill April 21 through April 25 Monday: New Orleans hamburger, bun, baked potato, hot cinnamon pine- apple, peanut butter Cookie. Tuesday: Turkey sandwich, lettuce, tomato, potato salad, pickled beets, mandarin orange gelatin. Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli-cauliflower salad, wheat roll, custard. Thursday: Chicken cacciatore, rice, savory carrots, wheat roll, under sea salad. Friday: Swiss steak, scalloped po- tatoes, peas salad, wheat roll, fresh strawberries. Meals delivered by Catholic Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Council on Aging meets in Randall The Jewell County Council on Ag- ing met in Randall March 27. Betty Niles, vice chairman, presided Routine reports were presented. These nutrition sites reported: Ran- dall, Phyllis Wilson; Mankato, Elaine Smith; Jewell, not represented; For- moso, Nadine Balch; Esbon, Violet Baker; Burr Oak, Betty Brown. Jennica Schoonovel:, representative from the Manhattan office, gave a re- port on the food stamp program. Nancy Groen weiler, RN Case Man- ager, Beloit, reported on service being provided to Jewell County and stated there was no waiting list..,dk[~/tRpli- cants are being ser;eed, Betty Brown and Balch, board mem- bers on the district board, attended the meeting at Lincoln March 18 and re- ported on the meeting. Burkhart, trumpet solo; N/cole Jeffery, clarinet solo; Jess/ca Eaton, flute solo; Amanda Black, clarinet solo; Clara Collins, clarinet solo; Ericka Melby, ~c']arinet solo; Sasha Roe, flute solo; Angola Jonson, flute solo; and a flute quartet of Casey Newell, Angola Jonson, Shawna Robbins, Sasha Roe. Those students who received an excellent rating were woodwind trio No. I, Clara Collins, Shawna Robbins, N/cole Jeffery; woodwind trio No. 2, Jennifer Waugh, Shawna Robbins, N/cole Jeffery; Vincent Urbaniak, trombone solo; Elizabeth Wilson, French horn solo; Shawna Robbins, flute solo; flute trio ofCortney Jeffery, Tracy Everhart and Jess/ca Eaton. The regional solo contest was in Concordia and the state solo and small ensemble contest is at Wilbur Middle School, Wichita. Saddle club seeks queen contestants The NCK Saddle Club is seeking participants for he 2003 Rodeo Queen Contest. The winner will be crowned Queen of the NCK Saddle Club 50th anniversary rodeo June 6 and 7 in Con- cordia. A parade, barbecue and entertain- ment will also be featured as part of this year's 50th anniversary rodeo cel- ebration. The queen contest is limited to girls 16 to 20 who are single. Deadline for entry is May i. For more information, call 785-243-3370, 243-1800, 455- 3658. Morrell receives scholarship Royce Morrell, Formoso, is the re- cipient of an academic schoh~ship from - Cloud County Community College. Morrell will graduate this spnng from Mankato High School. He is the son of Gerald and Margaret Morrell and plans to major in education. I I would like to thank those voters who gave their support and vote to me as a write-in candidate for Mankato School Board. Tracy Walker Paid for by Tracy Walker were given and those attend- Mable Mar/hugh won thc guess bag of jelly beans with what. Barbara Rannebeck was host- 1 . .. -qellyBeanPrayerattached. Praises ess. .'re sung with Rhianna Sanford and II esangsolos. Aninspirationalmes- ~ Golden Eagle Casino Trip II ge was presented by Alessand,o tnford to "Not just come to church. ,~m'{~r Sunday, April 27 tt read the Bible and Know God Per- ''~ ,.r'x You "$15 cost of trip-Casino payback $15 ~l"q invitedareto Williams Y0nrWayTravel The Volunteer Roberta Holdren- Jewell, Kan. , '~'~' Apprecmtion Tea . 785-428-3335 Tuesday, Apr, I 22 ~.~~3~ 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Thank you for your support Jewell County ,in the recent Senior Center school board election. Jewell, Kan. All voh, nteers welcome/// Robie Smith ' Friendship Meals Thaa#rQ Jewell Easter Egg Hunt ,,K an..785-378-3172 @ @ ~ @ ~1 @ @ O 41 @ "WTo LOSF, Saturday, April 19 YY IN 10DAYS regular ladies man (Matthew 3 p,m, aughey) bets his friends (Adam and Thomas Lennon) that in a relationship for more at the old grade school playground on Unluckily for him, how- #~i} ,~,~ / ..... ~' ~ Buffalo Street, dewell, Kan. (Kate Hudson) that he