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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 22, 2003 !i i , ~; i,iiiiiii~i i gh School seniors receive diplomas during graduation exercises Sunday at the high school in Burr Oak. service American Legion finalized memorial ser- Sunday at I0:30 a.m. at Trinity Methodist Church when they recently in Jewell. The Auxiliary planned the annual day dinner Sunday at noon. p winners were an- and their essays read. From Casey Newell and Andrea Jewell winners , Bohnert. Sanborn has.been accepted as delegate. Each will receive 100. All officers were re-elected: Barrett, president; Lynell vice presiderlt; June Saint, treasurer; Marlene Brown, Karen Baden, Girls State and larship. Ang a meal Sixth District GFWC of Kansas ewell. Marlene Brown the devotional thought honored at event Jeanell Tucker, White Rock High School senior, was recognized recently by Governor Kathleen Sebelius, at the 20th Annual Governor's Scholars Award Pro- gram in To- peka. The recognition ceremony honors top,academic one percent of Kan- high school seniors. Scholars are from accredited public and )Is in the state.. Colic ,e s o g, 'p nsors workshop A w~)rkshop, "'Body Ergonomics:,, C31oice,'" is scheduled June a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Mitchell ~ital. Instructoris Cathleen OTR. The class offers eight hours and one-half college Group hears about medicine Complementary and alternative medicine was the' topic of the lesson presented by Wanda Thummel at the Esbon Homemakers meeting. Nine members answered roll call by giving an easy delicious soup recipe. Guess what was won by Nola Be,~ Alwood. Thumlnel read poems, one honor- ing mothers and another, "The Power of a good laugh." Veronica Marihugh was hostess. Bledsoe graduates from Cloud County Lacey Bledsoe will graduate from the practical nursing level of the pro- gram cosponsored by North Central Kansas Technical College and Cloud County Community College. ' She is a member ofth'e 34th class to complete tile pnlctical nursing program. Bledsoe has accepted employment as a staff nurse at Jeweil County Hos- pital. She is the daughter of Brad and Linda Kohn and Kelly Bledsoe. White Rock FFA Burgandy ScharJ'fand Nick Mizner, members of White Rock High School FFA, placed second and fifth respec- tively in different areas of judging at the 52nd National Land Judging Con- test in Oklahoma City. Scharffplaced second in land judg- ing and Mizner placed fifth in homesite evaluation. Other team members are Josh Hancock and Jim Garman. Teams from 35 states competed in evaluating land characteristics such as topsoil, subsoil. land slope and erosion. They were also required to recommend treatments to improve the adaptability of the land for producing crops and building homes. The White Rock team was the North Central Region Champion in land judg- ing and the Central Region Champion in homesite ev~t!uation. WISite~ RI Hancoeft, recefitly ii i Honor Your Loved Ones On Memorial Day with a spray or wre a th from. The I tiqHe Rose Floral Ilesigns andS;ills Burr Oak,/(an. 785-647-8351 De#very to area cemeteries availab/e I Junior high music students place at league contest Jewell Junior High music students participated in the Pike Trail League Junior High Music Festival earlier this month, with 25 solos and small en- sembles in addition to the band and choir. The band received a- I rating and choir, I-. Solos and small ensembles perfoml- ing are listed along with ratings: Amanda Engle, vocal, 1-; Amy Lienberger, flute, I+, piano, 2+ and vocal, 2; Briana Heel, vocal, i and saxophone, i-; Cecilia Relier, trumpet I; Crystal Waterman, flute, !, vocal, I ; Devin Jones, flute, I, vocal I; Emily Brey, saxophone, I, and vocal, I; Kirsten Hermreck, flute, !; Lauren Slier, clarinet, 1 -; Rebecca Heel, trum- pet, I, and vocal, I; Richard Stephens, trumpet, 1 +; Sierra Koster,saxophone, I, piano, I, vocal, !; percussion en- semble of AJ Eilert, Kevin Stafford, Gavin Cotson, Sierra Koster and Marcus Belie, 2+; flute ensemble, Crys- tal Waterman, Devin Jones, Amy Lienberger and Kirsten Hermreck, i; grass ensemble, Richard Stephens, , Traizia Duskie, Rebecca Heel, Shelby Barrett and Michelle Snell, I; saxo- phone trio, Sierra Koster, Emily Brey and Brianna Heel, I++. There were only two !++ awards given during the festival, one of which was the saxophone trio. "In addition to accurate notes and rhythms, the trio received a rating because of their el= fective use of dynamics, said Dena Stephens, music idstructor for Jewell Junior High. Accompanists for soloists and choir were Judy Gibson, Darcie Gibson, Kristi Vetter and Becky Burgess. BurgandyScharff,,Jbn Garrnan and Josh National Land Contest in Oklahoma City. i A special "Thank You" to my .family for planning the celebration for my birthday. Thanks also to my friends who came to share this special day with me and for the gifts, flowers and the many beautiful cards. It's all a great memory. Winnie McNichols Open House to see and visit l:loyd and Sue Adams Saturday, May 24 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mo n t rose Ch u rch Parish Free Street Dance At Saturday, May 24, 9 p.m. - 12 a.m. Ed Bridwell, DJ Dance inside if it rains, Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Services Acute Inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annua! Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Colderon, M.D ................................ Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ........................................... ~. .................................... Cardiology Gary Chlngren, M.D ............................................................................ Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P,A,C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................... Family Practice JeWell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato 785-378-35 i 1 Jewell County Hospital 1130 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lovewell High School Alumni Banquet Saturday, June 7 Vestey Center, Superior, Neb. Social hour 5 p.m. Supper 6:30 p.m. Tickets $8.50 each Reservations required by Wednesday, May 28 Reservations may be made by calling Dale Rothchild at 785-378-3663 or Arma Jean Whitney at 402-879-3438 Anyone who attended school at Lovewell is welcome , i i Sunday Dinner Served May 25 at the School Dayz Cafe Ionia, Kan. Fried Chicken and Roast Beef served 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Open every 4th Sunday, also open Monday - Saturday for noon meals) I Births Cindy andBrian Wallace, Hastings, Neb, announce "the birth of their son, Samuel Christian, on April 24. He weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces. He has nine siblings. Grandparents are Dan and Sandra France and Betty and Glen Wallace, all of Burr Oak. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson "Wait!" Sometimes the word "wait" is just as effective as "no" and has the advantage of causing less resistance. Play a game with children, "And the question is." One of you gives an answer and the other makes up a ques- tion to fit it. For example, "The answer is blue." The other person says, 'Whe question is, 'what color is the sky.'" One person says, "The answer is seven." The other person says, "The question is, 'how old am I.'" County employees do lunch, workshop Jewell County department employ- ees recently used their lunch hour to- participate in an informational meet- ing to learn about the Jewell county Resource Council. Employees were served alight lunch prepared by the planning committee. Nancy Spiegel, county resource coun- cil secretary, welcomed employees to a ?'power hour." Thadd Hinkle, council president, presented an overview of reasons why this 501(c)3 non profit organization was formed and stated the council's mission is to serve as an umbrella organization with the county. The councirs goal is to enhance eflorts already in place within the county and that improving communi- cation between agencies and organiza- tion is a primary focus of the council. Hinkle stated the council coordinated efforts that brought the Parents as Teachers program to Jewell County in August 2002. Amanda Anderson is the certified county educator of this program. Regular monthly council business meetings are held on the second Tues- day at ! I at the Buffalo Roam and all interested individuals and organiza- tions are urged to attend. The remainder of the lunch hours was spent with departments takin~ turns on II1 ..... --atNn ..... Manka City II i\ Park "/ I1 \ / i to introuuue UIIIpIUyUC~, ang tU Ulliiy described department duties and give examples of services provided to county residents. ~" The meeting c~0$1uded with par- ticipants outlining changes that have occurred over the past few years and tO identify potential changes that may happen within the next one to two years. County department employees par- ticipating in this first-time session m- eluded Mary Powell and Anna Mor- gan-Standley, register of deeds; Lynn Scarrow, Lorena Kimminau and Brenda Eakins, treasurer; Bruce Webb and Marilou Becker, appraiser; Carla Waugh,clerk; Don Snyder, emergency preparedness; Kim Ost and Jonas McEntire, sheriff; Linda Woerner, Jan Lindberg and Sara Schlotterback, health nurse; Rodney Zeigler, janitor; Jim Vaughn, solid waste; Betty Hobelmag, Nancy Thronson, Gary Tordrup, Deanna Sweat, extension of-- rice; Shannon Meier, Garry Waugli, and Wendy Ost, emergency medical services; Lisa Nelson, district court clerk; Frank Langer, Stan Colson, Healey Alcorn, commissioners; Jew- ell School system principal JeffTravis; resource council treasurer Lesa Peroutek and board member Steph Barrett; Pat Huffman juvenile justice area representative. Discussions suggested a possible tbllow up meeting in a few months. Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3172 II Illll I ill Ill I I II HOLES A teenager. Stanley Yelnats (Shia LaBeouf). is sent to Camp Green Lake. a Texas detention camp, for a crime (stealing a pair of sneakers) he didn't. commit. There, he and the other boys are forced by the warden (Sigourney Weayer), a fiery woman who paints her nails with snake venom, to dig holes as something of a "character-' building experience., Each day, each boy must dig a hole 5 feet deep and wide in the long-dry rock that was once the bottom'of Green Lake. RATED'PG May 23-25, 7:30 P.M. i IMMiSsion Thrift Shop Mankato, Kan. CLOSED Friday, May 23 i and Man #ay, May 26 emorlal Day Observed | Reopens I Friday, May 30 I 1 - 4:30p.m. II POPPY DAY DINNER Saturday, May 24 II a.m. to I p.m. Jewell Community Center Roast Beef on Bun Corn or green beans hoice of Salad - Dessert ,~, .... Coffee - Iced Tea Remember to buy a poppy! JeweU American Legion Auxiliary Unit #72 I I II I I i I I Fresh Cut Peonies 25~ a bloom or sl a stalk Available Saturday, Sunday and Monday May 24, 25 and 26 (No containers provided) Hybrid Iris on Parade Viewers Welcome through Monday, May 26 (Will sell Hybrid Iris .Rhizomes - s2 Old Fashion Iris Rhizomes 20 - Sl) Dale and Joanne Freeman 122 E. North, Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3850 (Seven blocks north on Commercial and 1 114 blocks east on North) I I I Memorial Day Ceremonies 2003 Mankato, Kan. Saturday, May 24 at 8 a.m. Meet at Mount Hope to place flags Monday, May 26 at 9 a.m. Services at the Monument in the Courthouse Square with Services at Mount Hope Cemetery following immediately Refreshments at VFW Post Home following services Monday, May 26 at 4 p.m. Flags will be retired