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;h Area News by Ruth Glover came early to for a time of the Education Refreshments were served. present received a book I the church name printed on decorated with May A short program began at some songs by the and Sunday School memories 0f the adults. Erma Dillon object lesson and the prayer old Regan Lelgh Jeffery ) Church for the first time Sun- the new daughter of Todd deffery of Burr Oak. received this week of the Cllne, Plttsburg. She Is of Mildred Wlnslow. the ~Iton Cline and Hafner and taught Dillon and Mary Harrison, Were Sunday dinner guests Erma Dillon. Jerry Harris took his mother out to eat in Downs Sunday and then for a drive around the country. Evelyn Harris joined a tour group sponsored by the Farmers State Bank of Superior on wednesday. They went to Omaha and attended an entertain- ment at the Orpheum Theater. Earl and Lonnie Buckley went to Concordia Sunday where they visited Della Child and took her out to dinner Sunday evening. Maurlce and Earlene Jeffery were in Lincoln, NE over the weekend. Several little girls from this area participated in the Dance Recital at Mankato Sunday afternoon given by the students of Bethany Roe. M/M Or.lan Baker of Medicine Lodge and Estalene Ferguson of Haviland came Sunday evening to the home of LaVae and Ruth Glover. Jeane t te Mosier and fo u r child ren of Wichita were Tuesday through Thurs- day guests of her parents, Norman and Velma Lee Smuck. ,~y, 12,, 1993,-Th~,Jewell Cpunt~ Post- 19 ! i New Proton building, owned by Kelly. and Becky McNlchols near Burr Oak, Prot-orr open house Proton, a farm design and manufac- turing business located northwest of Burr Oak, was opened to the public last Saturday, May 8. The business is opened by Kelly and Becky-Johnson McNichols. A number of people attended the invitation-open house. Refreshments were furnished by the Farmers State Bank and the State Bank of Esbon. George Jensen furnished the popcorn machine. May 8 A photo album was on display show- ing the building progress. The building includes a large shop area, an office to serve the public and and business of- fice with a brefik area in between the two. McNichols told how his interest in design has grown since childhood. He gave his Christian witness before dis tributing door prizes donated by Proton and area businesses. i~~ngratulates Elliott Harris, White Rock t~ed Governor's Scholars ~1~ ~t ~1~~,~ercent of Kansas high school ~ney are selected from accred- hi ~t,u~tie and nonpublic schools in trlvitation of Governor Jom~ Vlarc Grout of Mankato High Vlelissa Nulty of Jewell High rid Elllott Harris of White Rock ~l Were selected to attend the ~lnual Governor's Scholars r~gram on May 2, at Cedar ;~to weather conditions, it was aShburn University, *:}gnition ceremony honors the ~overnor Flnney said, "These young people are some of our state's iinest citizens. They are our leaders of tomorrow. In addition lo the basic aca- demic skills, these students possess skills such as teamwork, problem solv- ing, creative thinking, comnmnicating, and goal setting that wilt enable them lo be successful in a global socmty." This program is coordinated for the Governor by the Confidence in Kansas Public EducationTask Force. It is funded by donations from the Kansas Bankers Association andother private businesses in Kansas. Conditioner Service for your car, truck, ETC. Call KENT ENYEART at Kent's Automotive l am EPA certified, have a certified reclaimer. My rates are reasonable! Call 378-3510 523 S. Clinton St.. Mankato Available evenings and weekends Leave~a message Gov. Finney gives good wishes to MeHssa Nulty, Jewel1. , Gov. Finney with honor student Marc Grout, Mankato.