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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 2,2016 Mountain Man Ren- dezvous at Pawnee state site Saturday The Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic site, Republic, plays host to the Republican Valley Muzzleloaders as they hold their annual Mountain man Rendezvous, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The living history campsite reenactment will feature period dress and equipment. Visitors are encour- aged to interact with the participants and ask questions. John Knifechief, of the Pawnee na- tion, will demonstrate the art of mak- ing authentic Pawnee arrows, buffalo sPears and lances. The Friends of the Pawnee Indian Village will serve biscuits and gravy in conjunction with the rendezvous. Free will donations are accepted. The grdup will also have David Woody, Florence, Kan, on site fashioning hand made walking sticks. The event is free to the public. Regular admission is charged to tour the museum. 57th annual Jewell Alumni Banquet held The 57th annual Jewell Alumni banquet was held Saturday at the Jewell Community Center. Nearly 100 alumni and guests were on hand to partake of the meal. Kerma Headrick Crouse, president, Class of 1968, presided over the busi- ness meeting where the following of- ficers were elected for 2017: Arian Folsom, president, Class of 1967; Annette Baxa Burks, vice president, Class of 1968; and Pat Oplinger Zentz, secretary-treasurer, Class of 1959. Joarme McCollough Allen, Class of 1967, was the master of ceremonies. Steven Hutchison, from the 50 year class (1966) introduced his class mem- bers. Two individuals who went to of June 24 has been set for the 2016 love of people and how we can also tality of the Kansas residents. It is a school with the class but did not gradu- Monarch Butterfly Habitat Develop- sbow Him to others by expressing love. social and recreational rally, not an ate with the class were in attendance: ment Initiative. Jon, Phil and Rosalie Menhusen pre- endurance race. Marilyn Bourbon, Jewell, and Randy NRCS will provide technical and sented a trio vocal special,"WalkWith Typically half of the participants LaCoe, Texas. Members of 50 year financial assistance through EQIP Thee," with Rosalie accompanying on pitch tents and sleep outdoors. Others Staci Allen, author of Hazel the Hippo, is surrounded by youngsters at the book reading - signing held last Saturday at the Mankato City Library. Present for the reading were (from the back chairs) Ryleigh and Brenley McCary, (author) Staci Allen, Nelson Underwood, Cooper McDill, Lucas Despain, Carlton Wright, Chloe Rothchild, Griffin Dunstan, Tyler Despain, Hazel the Hippo, Allyson Peer-Roddy, Kali Peer-Roddy, Care Rothchild, Emmit Dunstan and Brody Womack. the talk, "As Such a Time as This." A video," Memorial Day," featured pho- tos from the major wars in U.S. his- tory. A patriotic medley was played for the prelude by Jan McCollough and Mary Ann Kibbe. Pastors participating were Jim Rice, Dan Daniels and Jerry White. "Taps" was played by Cecilia Peters. Births Neil and Sierra the birth of their o ,;!i;!ili;ilii ..... Bonjour announce first child, a son, Roland Rex Bonjour. He was born May 17, weighed eight pounds, I 1 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Grandparents are Brian and Sherry Koster, Jewell, and Rob and Lori Bonjour, Formoso. Great- grandparents are Rex and Nancy Headrick, Jewell, Ralph Dunstan, Formoso, Jo Bonjour, To-~ peka, and the late Roland Bonjour. K-State announces honor students More than 3,650 Kansas State Uni- versity students earned semester hon- ors for their academic performance in the spring 2016 semester. Students earning a grade point av- erage for the semester of 3.75 or above on at least 12 graded credit hours re- ceive semesterhonors along with com- mendations from their deans. The hon- ors also are recorded on their perma- nent academic records. Among the honored students were Sheridan Koster, Jewell; Alexander Smith, Mankato; Blake Waiter, Beloit; Joshua Arnold and Brooke Engler, both of Downs; Courtney Cox and Brooke Jensen, both of Courtland; Darien Allen, Megan Haresnape and Robert SWine, all of Lebanon; and Susannah Headrick, Superior. FHSU announces spring honor roll Local students are among the 1,341 named by Fort Hays State University to the dean's honor roll for the spring 2016 semester. The list includes undergraduate stu- dents only. To be eligible, students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Among them are Chase Wagner, Esbon, a junior majoring in agricul- tural business; Eric McFarlane, Formoso, a junior majoring in English studies, Carridy Storer, a sophomore majoring in education, all of Cgwker City; Erin Schroeder, Tipton, a senior" majoring in radiologic technology; Trystan Schlaefli, a sophomore major- ing in biology (pre-physical therapy); Kristin Wagner, a senior majoring in medical diagnostic imaging..(ultra- ? sound therapy, Kenton Ubetaker a i sophomore majoring in j ustice studies, allofOsborne;BriarmeLittle, a opho, i more majoring in chemistry,-Jarred " Stindt, a senior majoring in agriculture (education), both of Republic; and Joshua McDowell, Lebanon, a senior majoring in justice studies. Bethany College awards degrees On May 15, Bethany College hon .... ored 115 students who earned bach-- ~ elor of arts, bachelor of music and bachelor of music education degrees from the college during the 2015-2016 academic year. Summer, fall, interim and spring graduates were honored during baccalaureate, worship .and commencement ceremonies on.cam- pus. Among the graduates was William Burgess, Mankato, who earned'a de- gree in criminal justice. (teaching); Jaden Flower, a sophomore majoring in justice studies, Quintin "The main thing is to make history, not Silsby, a senior majoring in justice to write it." Otto Von Bismarck . " class in attendance were NolaEverson, working with agricultural producers to the piano. The scripture reading came may find space in schools, motels, Salina; Dennis and Coni Seamans combat the decline of monarch butter- from Luke 7:1-10, as Jesus remarks private homes and bed and breakfast Grennan, Columbus, Neb.; Steven flies. Kansas producers and conserva- about the showing of faith in knowing inns. The tour organizers do not ar- Heiman, Belleville;StevenHutchison, tion partners can apply management thatGoddoesnothavephysicalbound- range for overnight accomodations. Noblesville, Ind.; Tom Kadel, Beloit; practices to native rangeland and pas- aries. The sermon,"Faith in Unworthi- ness" omted out that m feehng that Carl Knarr, Jewell; Dianne McCune ture to increase milkweed and other , P " " " Memori ! ..... we are .-....v...v... Brown, Farmersville, Texas; Bill nectar-rich plants needed to support we are not wormy oz tape _ _ _ . Menhusen, Joplin, Mo.; and Jim Nulty, monarch butterflies. In addition, assis- exhalting Him and also that God should ll, eld in Jevd'ell Topeka. Three members of the class tance can be rovided for milkweed be glorified in all things 1 ..... u ^ ............... n ~,~. ru.~.~an t,eglon t'ost 1~o. v This week's calendar mcludes June aredeceased: Bill Belden, Carol Boden and nectar-rich plantings. . " ' . ,72 and the Jewell. Ministerial. Alliance '~ Moody andMarilynRossTopliff. A i~l.,;!ot~ni!b~er.. ~id~- ".. II~C~I red rose was placed on the table in " " " " " " ". ...... ...;i ...... : ...." i memory of Carol by her family, i - ,- Class members unable to attend were Janis Bass Johnston, Marilyn NRCS willassi~Drodugrrsintareete~i closed but Food Pantry open noon to colors were advancePd andP~etired bv VFW #7830 Auxiliary officers for 2016-17 are (from left) Karen Boden- treasurer, Phyllis Christie- sehior Vide Goldsberry Zimmerman, BrendaReece counties to imnlement nractices"sne- 4:30 p.m. Sunday June 5 i 1 a.m. corn- Vic Shoenber er and Bill Griffeth. president, Irene Brainard- patriotic instructor, Sherri doffery- president, Loreita Dunstan - junorvice presidont,Marlene Weeks and Alan Varney. cificallvtonrovidehabitatforthem~)n- munity church service at Burr Oak Kerma Crouse~as ~,uest sneaker with Neilson- conductress, Doris Alexander - guard, Sherrill Daniels - secretary. Colleen Schoenberger, chaplain, is not Recognized as the oldest member arch butterfly. Local counties within Community Center; Monday June 6 "- ......... pictured. , , . Divel Hartsel, the Kansas Monarch Butterfly Habitat Bi,kes,,,Across Kansas will be through ~-~ t~ " present Marjorie was Class of 1941. Other members of the DevelopmentlnitiativeincludeCloud, ,,,,-,-,,-.-~Y. ~J, i ar I= ~-~ . ~ [ | Class of 1941 in attendance wereCarol Jewell, Mitchell, Osborne, Republic HaveablessedweekandrememberIVI Pltltl Nrl;I | .% ol [ri,, -,o II r" ,,., I'll ~artscli'L~cli~:Oplinger BourbonThe youngestand EleonOramember and Smith. ~.~trfoYtfGl~d2neal[ things and show _~? - ":', 7 .'~',?A =T'=" 7~ ~ I,,~., ,~ II! ~ " . "l[ : !presefit was Judy Westgate Edwards, Harmony UMC . . _ ' " ..... :_- ..... Class of 1988. holds regular sewce Visitors expected """ "-" ,, II II Continued from page 1 The John Edwards family was rec- HarmonyUnitedMethodistChurch Saturdav. lune 11.1 - 3 r).m ;[[ II ace .... II ognized with the most members ofpresent" JohngraduatedwiththeClaSS1943 and his children, Dick in 1974, ~ea~dlI ~:O:y:~t~nSg~we~!~ ~, OikC0 m;; -" II :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 11 and David in 1981, and David's wife, .Burr i Judy Westgate Edwards, in 1988. KevinMcCune, Class of1974, was P P - showing the history and beauty of the ~- Durr~aK, r,,an. -~ II ~,~ ~-;~-~;oh ;~ ~h,~ lk~Nm II dressed how we see God through the recognized as traveling the greatest . Kansas landscape and the warm hospi- II II distance from Kenai, Alaska, to attend --~ : ThankYou [ I[ wlm~?e 2rr9?~at2tat~e ~ra;~ II the 2016 reunion. All decorations and flowers not in permanent Lola Abram was the only formerntainers need to be removedby I The Mankato High School Class of 1966 would I II 7 TM I teacher present this year. Entertainment for the even!ng was a I I I I the debut of"The Boots Trio, Kerma Headrick Crouse, Linda Hutchcraft S U n d y, J u n e Woemer and Neita Blacker Colin. They performed a comical routine to the I a tq We appreciate the work involved and I l tune of ':These Boots were made for b__uet.._. Walkin.' Their boots needed the aid of ]Ma.lcatr~l-ti~rh~lo~lare grateful for the exoerience_ t;t; ' I' " * '9' Picnic In the Park. their canes to amuse the crowd. Approximately 60 people signed Joe Meal the register at the afternoon reception hosted by Amy Wilson Arasmith, Betty Sloppy Bourbon Harding, Melinda Headrick Rose and Kerma Headrick Crouse. HORSE SNOW s7. 00 NRCS announces butterfly habitat initiative in Kansas Eric Banks, state conservationist with the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), an- nounced the Monarch Butterfly Habi- tat Development Initiative, offered in Kansas through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). While NRCS accepts applications for EQIP on a continuous basis, a deadline carry out Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday June 3, 4, 5 and 6 Captain America: Civil War Marvers "Captain ~,merica: Civil War" finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. Political interfer- ence in the Avengers' activities causes a dft between former allies Captain America and yon Man. PG 13 (for extended sequences of vio- lence, action and mayhem.) Mankato, Ken. * 785-378-3172 Many thanks to each person that joined my family for my 100th Birthday Open House. Also for the cards and flowers. Celia Norton Kincheloe 50th Wedding Anniversary Card Shower The family of Charles and Olive June (Dunstan) Russell Webber. Kansas is requesting a card shower in honor of the couple's 50th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, June 5 They were married in Formoso. Ken. Their family includes daughters, Mrs. Mike (Lori) Stenson, Courtland, Kan. and Mrs. Adam (Jodi) Mosher, Beloit, Kan. and son, Mr. Larry (Jennifer) Russell, Nelson, Neb. Cards of congratulations will reach them at 204 Summit Ave, Webber, Ks 66970 J ew e ,SgJuUn ry?aY; J Unnd: L na Mankato, Ken. Registration at 7:30 a.m..- Show Starts at 9:15 a.m. Trophies 1st place every class Ribbons 2nd and 3rd Door prizes all exhibitors * NEW 1 judge arena events, separate judge Stalls availale * Concessions Check us out on Facebook for entry forms, photos from last year's event and more information 2L16 " BAK VFW Auxiliary would like to invite (Bike Across Kansas) 3 participants and the public to come enjoy ..... "A Slice" of Heaven" (pie by the slice) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. VFW Hall 202 N Commercial Mankato, Ken. Serving 5 - 7 p.m. Mankato City Park Under the large shelter house, Mankato, Ken. BAK (Bike Across Kansas) and public invited By St. Theresa's Guild, Mankato, Kan. =,, Annual Picnic STATE BANK & TRUST CO. ay, June 8 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Esbon Community Center Esbon, Kan. (i/. Pulled Pork Meal with all the fixins' " the Belolt Esbon :,~ Burr Oak Jewell ' ' STATE BANK & TRUST CO. Smith Center C