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ThUrsday, April 21, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A RRdlIS hosts track took third place points. The boys 4 x meet 40o meter relay team of wagner, Meier, McDill and Berry was disqualified. The Rock Hills Junior High School The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Higcr, Grizzlies played host to seven other Slate, Trey Grace and Callaway f'm- teams at Mankato, last Tuesday, when ished in sixth place. they hosted aninvitational meet. Other Janclyn Lemke earned third place participating schools were Pike Val- points for the junior varsity girls in the Icy, Linn, Clifton-Clyde, Washington long jump and was forth in the 100 County, :St. John's Catholic High meter dash. Eve Meyers grabbed fifth School Southern Cloud and Lakeside. place in the 100 meter hurdles and was K .lpe Whelchel took In'st place l lth in the 100 meter dash. Avery horiotsfor the boys varsity team in the Brown had a 10th place finish in the tripJ i juvnp"-covering a distance of. long jump. Kerrigan Dunstan f'mished 35' 3.5". He added a first place finish in in eighth place in the 800 meter run and the 10Omcter dash with his time of was 16th in the shot put. 12.8 se:co:nds. Whelchel secured third The girls 4 x 100 meter relay team place points in the long jump. He Fro- ofDunstan, Meyers, Bmwn andLemke ished in seventh place in the shot put. held second place honors. The 800 Bill Foster secured the top spot in the meter sprint medley team of Dunstan, 400 meter dash with his time of 1:03.09 Meyers, Brown and Lemkc f'mished in seconds. He f'mished 12th in the discus sixth place. throw. The team is at the Pike Valley Invi- Sam Underwood earned fifth place tational today (Thursday). They par- points in the discus throw and was ticipate in the Southern Cloud Invite at eighth in the shot put. Keegan Wagner Beloit Tuesday. had a fifth place finish in the high jump and the 800 meter run and was ninth in I-Ilger 7th at St. John's the 10o meter dash. Dominic Long earned a third place finish in the 800 golf hlvltat onal'" meter.run. Last Monday, Tycen Higer repre- The boys varsity 800 meter sprint sented the Rock Hills golf team at the medley team of Foster, Underwood, St. John's Invitational. A sunny, but Long and Wagner earned fourth place breezy, day allowed for great golf con- points and held sixth place in the 1600 ditions at the Beloit Country Club. meter run. The competitors, mainly sand Katie Reinert scored two second greens golfers, struggled on the grass place finishes, one in the 800 meter run greens course. With the difficulties of and:the°-therinthe3200meterrunand the grass greens, Higer shot a first took eighth place in the long jump. round score of 47. Tycen followed his Sara Tadefa took fifth place in the 200 first round with a second round score meter dash and added a sixth place in of 55 for a total of 102, good enough thehighjump.KatieReinerttookeighth for a seventh place finish. The next place in the long jump and was 12th in action for Rock Hills was Tuesday at the 100 meter dash. Haley Long was the Northern Plains League tourna- fourth in the 200 meter dash and ninth ment hosted by Lakeside at the Downs in the 100 meter dash. Country Club. The Grizzlies will also Seth .Pennell gathered first place be in action today (Thursday) at the finishes'rathe 100and200meterdashes Southern Cloud Invitational. with his times of 13.74 and 28.40 sec- onds respectively. He finished sixth in RI'II'IS track telLl[l[l s.t the high jump. Caden Slate took fifth in the shot DeshletInvite putandwasseventhinthediscusthrow. The Rock Hills High School boys Kit Wagner took sixth place in the 200 and girls track and field teams com- meter dash.MasonHigercameinninth peted at the Del Wicks Invitational in the shot put and 11 th in the long track meet, sponsored by DeshlerHigh jump. Jerrod Gillett took fifth place in School, at the Superior Wildcat Com- the 100 meter dash, earned the eighth m unity Track, Thursday.The meet fea- place spot in the high jump and a ninth tured a variety of weather conditions, place finish in the long jump. Conner from cool, damp, breezy and cloudy to Cosand held eighth place in the 1600 warm and windy with abundant sun- meter run and was 1 lth in the 600 shine. Eight teams, host Deshler, Su- meter run. Jensen Eilert was seventh perior, Meridian, Dorchester, in the 800 meter run. Tate Callaway Lawrence-Nelson, ThayerCentral and was 14th in the shot put and discus Friend participated in the event. throw. Kole Vance was 15th in the Caitlyn May took the top spot in the triple:jump and 14th in the 400 meter 800 meter run with her time of 2:31.7. dash. Jacob Berry mustered an l lth She added as second place finish in the place finish in the 200 meter dash. 1600 meter run to her totals for the day. Simon Saltzman held 16th place in the Emilee Whelchel finished in sec- 100 meter dash. Daniel McDill was the end place in the 100 meter dash and the 12th place finisher in the 1600 meter highjumpforthegirlsteamandeamed run. Roger Meier held 15th place in the third place points in the 200 meter 400 meter dash. dash. Sarena Meier finished third in The 800 meter sprint medley team the 1600 meter run and was second in of Gillett, Eilert, Grace and Pennell the 3200 meter run. Kaylee Hadle followed.Wbetchel in third place in-the, ............... 100 meter dash and was seventh in the ~k, CREDIT UNION MANKATO Sports Preview Monday, April 25 - Friday, April 29 Apri! High School Junior Var- i sity Trackat Tescott, 3 p.m. April 26 High School Track South- .ern Invite at Beloit, 9 a.m.; High School Golf Rock Hills Invitational. April 28 Junior High Track at Lin- i coln, 3 p.m. April 29 High School Track Beloit ,' , Relays at Beloit, 10 a.m. Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 1 FCU ATM's in Beloif, 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 Beloit, Voice Re- sponse Unit, Internet, Member Access, ATM and Debit Card Available. YOur Savings insued I0 1250,000 National Cmdil Union Adminislralt~, a U,S. Govemmem Agency 200 meter dash. Emily Cox finished 13th in the 800 meter run. Sabrina Saltzman took 14th place in the 800 meter run. Baylie Dunstan was in eighth place in the shot put and finished 17th in the discus throw. Bergen Mauerhan held 16th place in the discus throw. Brady Jeffery locked in a third place finish in the 100 meter hurdles and finished fifth in the high jump.. Gun- ner Johanek earned fifth place points for the Grizzlies in the 800 meter run. Zane Colson took second in the pole vault and sixth place in the boys 200 meter dash. Luke Broeckelman fin- Rock Hills Jr. High Track team, (back row, from left ) Mason Higer, Simon Saltzman, Tate Callaway, Keegan Wagner, Seth Pennell, Roland Cleary, Rylee Whelchel, Dominic Long, Sam Underwood, Trever Grace, Caden Slate, Jerrod Gillett, (middle row) Eve Meyers, Katie Reinert, ished 10th in the 100 meter dash pre- lims and held the seventh place posi- tion in the high jump. Kobi Penne!l was 12th in the 100 meter dash prelims and was in eighth place in the high jump. Arrow Durant sewed up a second place finish in the discus throw. Austin Eilert recorded a fifth place fmish in the shot put. Jake Spiegel scored a sixth place finish in the triple jump and was 15th in the long jump. Grant Davis finished ninth in the discus and 15th in the shot put. Austin Durant picked up eighth place in the discus throw. Dereck Gillett took 14th place in the long jump. The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Jeffery, Pennell, Johanek and Colson earned second place points. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Broeckehnan, Jeffery, Johanek and Colson fmished in fourth place. The team travels to Osborne, Fri- day, for the Osborne Invite. The junior varsity team will be at Tescott, Mon- day. Jewell Co. Memories 120 Years Ago Mrs. H. A. Wales died of consump- tion. Her husband and four children (the youngest of which was two weeks Jauclyn Lemke, Sara Tadefa, Haley Long, Karrigan Dunstan, Avery Brown, (front row) Kit Wagner, Jensen Eilert, Conner Cosand, Rickie DeSpain, Daniel McDill and Jacob Berry. Members of the junior golf team at Rock Hills High School (from left) coach Kevin Ost, Tycen Higer, Austin Beck, Lexi Jeffery, Chase Slate and Mezvah Nobi. / old) survived. Her remains were bur- Frank Airhart had three teams at IntheMt. Carmelcommunity, Elzy inghisnosedidnootherharm.Doctors 80 Years Ago ted next to those of her sister in the work putting in oats. Sipe's team ran away but not much put the nose back in place and it was Reports concerning the continua- Ionia cemetery. WhilehuntingontheMarsh, Charlie damage was done. expected to soon be as good as new. tion of the Burr Oak VDD camp were Tom Shuler of White Rock was McKee shot a swan which, after being In the Bethel community Lon The Knarr Motor Company sold contradictory. The Burr Oak Herald securing government headstones for dressed, weighed 15 lbs. Gimple had a new Overland automo- William Sloan a new Ford car. reported the camp will continue. Much anxiety was felt for the con- While going home from school Sat- bile. The Ladd Studio at Mankato was dition of J. L. Gavin who is in the urday afternoon, Bertha Mclntyre was Glen Niswender was hauling sand run over by a horse and cart some boys and preparing to build a house on the were driving. The wind was blowing a farm-in the East Allen community he gale so she didn't hear them in time to purchased from his father. get out of the way. The 1917 Studebaker automobile Mrs. Dicks moved from Pleasant available for immediate delivery in Ridge to Montrose where she rented Jewell County had electric lights and one of Mr. Slaughter's houses, starter, Steward Vacuum Feed, divided 100 Years Ago and adjustable front seats. The Floyd Bartlett, the young musician Studebaker factory was said to be pro- who married Miss Phoebe Thackston, ducing 400 of the autos each day and was picked to lead the Jewell band in unable to keep up with demand. The 40 the summer of 1916. In early April the horsepower, seven passenger vehicle Bartletts were in Jewell house hunting, was available at the factory for $875. J. H. McLean was not so well and a 90 Years Ago doctor was called for him. The many friends of Chas. Stmad The Bakery offered to sell loaf cakes who for some time had been associated for 10 cents. Regular price was 25 with the bank at Montrose learned he cents, has purchased the interest of Mr. Jewell business owners arranged a Bramwell in the bank at Courtland and Saturday afternoon matinee showing was moving there. from 1 to 5 p.m. for the farmers at the Dan Stroup was working at the bet- White Way Theatre. tom of a 40- foot well on the Ray Brown City water was cut off for several farm when his nose was completely hours in Jewell while the system was severed from his face. The accident given a good cleaning, happened after the man at the top let a Rockford Yapp had such a severe bucketgetaway.Theedgeofthebucket siege of rheumatism that it put him on struck Stroupe, but aside from remov- crutches. SUNFLOWER AVENUE NEW Townhomes FOR RENT in Mankato, Kan. 1,200 sq ft, 2 bed, 2 bath, full size garage, above ground safe room, fully handicapped accessible Jewellcounty@ hotmail.com I lumn, Bethany Roe • 785-378-3408 14.16 Saturday, May 28 • 2 to Open House and Reception hosted by 1966 class to be Application for 2016 Mankato/Rock Hills Alumni Scholarship Name Address S.S. No. Phone Year graduated from Mankato or Rock Hills High School Plan to attend this school (2016) Presently I attend Applicationa must be received by Friday, May 20, 2016 to: Karen Ross, 103 N. West, Mankato, Kan., 66956 ington was second with 26,560 acres. Jewell also topped the list with 56,291 head of hogs. The E. L. Gray Implement Com- pany sold Jake Gann and Frank Riley each a set of harness. Crepe sole tennis shoes for boys finishing Kodak films, Beloit hospital after a major operation. Bell"Savec r¢osotedyeUow.Din feneepostsP°St replacement, use Long- i 'Lile Bevington scheduled a clean from Jewell Lumber Company. Th.ey ' up sale at his-home. Among the prop: last a lifetime." Advertisenaent "eft3, to be 'sold was three milk cows, Friends of Fossie Rousch were en- saddle horse, seed corn, piano and all tertained at a stag party held at the household goods. home of Mrs. S. W. Rouse. During the A 33-year-old man took his life by evening, his approaching marriage to hanging himself with a wire in an un- Miss Sadie Wilmeth was announced, used chicken house• He had been out In alfalfa acreage, Jewell county of work and was despondent. was in a class by itself. Jewell was in Those who thought the oiled state first place with 39,041 acres. Wash- highways in Jewell County were not all they should be were told to drive over the dusty gravel highways to Man- hattan. The highways from Concordia to Manhattan and from Beloit to Man- hattan were both said to be below par. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miles were the parents of a daughter born at Beloit. ruled that every person receiving aid in that county must plant a garden. The Ionia Tattletale reported Raymond Halloway with a crew of four men had been repairing the bridge at Ed Kent's. and girls were available at the Boogaart The Jeweil and Mankato Methodist Store in Jewell for $1.35 and a $1.45 churches held a joint meeting at per pair. Mankato at which the Jewell Choir The April Fool's Day joke was on sang. the Hardman Lumber Company. The The Wilson county commissioners company reduced coal prices just be- fore the big snow arrived spiking de- mand for coal. Because of the snow, the McCabe Ladies Aid Society postponed its Eas- ter Social until April 9. Jake Metz warned, "I believe the Mankato, Rock Hills time has come when we ought to take measures to keep the rain water that alumni banquet falls in this county from running off and going to waste. Otherwise our un- planned for May 9.8 derground water supply may fail. Miss Minnie Deitch of Mitchell County bought the quarter section of the Baldwin Estate for $10,000. With plans to farm the place, A. P. Baldwin gave up the automobile business in Mankato. I 4 p.m. held at the old high school, 301 N. West. 4 to6p.m. Open House and Hospitality time at the Mankato Community Center, 214 N. High 6p.m. Alumni Association Banquet Mankato Community Center, 214 N. High I- "! J The 2016 annual Mankato-Rock ,Hills high school alumni banquet will be held May 28 at the Mankato Com- munity Center, 214 N. High Street. The Class of 1966 will host an open house and reception at the former high school, 301 N. West, from 2 to 4 p.m., which will include touring the school anfftime for visiting. The study hall, which now houses Mankato High School trophies and other memora- bilia, will be open for viewing at this time. Registration and hospitality time for the all school reunion at the com- munity center is from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., followe:l by the catered meal to be served at 6 p.m. The Ute Theater will be open for viewing and other businesses in Mankato will be open. Schola:ships will be awarded to Mankato-l ock Hills high school gradu- ates who wdl attend an accredited col- lege or tecimical school. Last year scholarships in the amount of $200 were awarded to 28 recipients. Ban- quet invitatioas include information for making a contribution to the schol- arship fund. Applications should be made to the alurani association, in care of Karen Ross, 103 N. West, Mankato, Kan., 66956. Invitation car s have been mailed to alumni for wtom addresses were available. Formerstudents, spouses or escorts of members, past and present teachers, adminislrators, employees and past and present chool board mem- bers are welcome 13 attend. Contact Verla Graham Roe, 14ankato. Roe and Ross would appreciae being advised of any address correctons and updates. There will be a b akfast Sunday morning, May 27, serxing 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Rock Hills High School. the graves of all deceased soldiers. The stones were marked with the soldier's name, rank, company, regiment and date of death. Church goers were advi xl to'lake notice that all evening serviee Vw ould henceforth be held one-half hour later. The Ottawa nursery made a deliv- ery to Jewell County Saturday. The best farmers were still persevering in their efforts to raise fruit. The Middle Buffalo correspondent noted, "March came in like a lion and went out like two of 'em." The editor observed, "The express rates on beer are much lower than on Bibles. Corporations and monopolies get a better rate than private citizens." Anyone seeing the Buffalo Town- ship delegation at Mankato may have thought they had been in a scrap from the fact that so many of them were bald headed. Early Childhood Screening ". he staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln counties and parts of Osborne county that are in Waconda School District. The screening will be conducted in Beloit, Kan. during the morning of Fddsy, May 6. If your child is experiendng difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor, self- help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills, please call to schedule an appointment. Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Cooperative at 1-785-738-5275, ext. 1 before noon on Friday, April 29, 2016 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 minutes will be required to complete the screening. It will be held the Beloit Special Education Building, 1714 N. Hersey, Beloit, Kansas. ions: Catered Meal: $12 per person Dues: $3 per graduate or class member Scholarship donation, your choice Reservation must be received by Monday, May 23 Contact: Veda Roe 727 N. High, Mankato, Kan. 66956 L All Teachers and Former Classmates are Welcome to Attend IIII • Nuckolls or Jewell County Graduate • Junior, Senior or Post-Graduate College Student For Information and-or application, contact: Lois Sullivan: 402-879-4387 Eleanor Stiles: 402-879-3302 John Hedge: 402-225-2341 Awards to be by drawing and announcement of winners made after the Mankato/Rock Hills High School Alumni Celebration at the Mankato Community Center on May 28, 2016. Notification of winner(s) will be made by mail. Awards will be sent to school indicated on this application. /. r.