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Thursday, June 5, 2003 Dauner medals in golf at state meet Olive Hill Mankato's Tanner Dauner was among the top 20 individual golfers at the state high school golf tournament on sand greens May 28 at Lacrosse. Dauner medaled by shooting a 75. Cortney Alexander shot an 87. The White Rock golf team finished 6th with a 335. For White Rock, Caleb Frasier shot an 81, Josh Bird an 84, Stuart Boyles an 85, Justin McCutcheon an 85, Josh Hancock a 95 and Josh Sholtz a 102. For Jewell, Joel Kemmerer shot an 82 and Justin Kemmerer shot a 90. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Handwashing 101 Start to teach handwashing when your child is a baby. Every time you change your baby's diapers or prepare to feed him, wipe his hands with a soapy, wet cloth, rinse with another and dry them. You'll not only cut down on colds and other infections, you'll be establishing valuable habit. The "what else" game Classification is a valuable math skill. Play this game in the car, while waiting in a grocery store line, or just about any time. Decide on a category such as things to eat, furniture, cloth- ing or animals. Take turns naming "what else" belongs in that category. These tips are from "The Well- Centered Child." Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs II II I i Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended a baseball game in Red Cloud. Their grandson, Steffen Barnes, is a member of the team. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Fallis, Belleville, visited Edna Fogo and Cliffand Glenny Barnes. Hazel andD~o Myers, Wilbur, Neb., visited her sister and brother, Ruth Oliver and Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Cliffand Glenny Barnes, and Kathy and Mike Hudson and Jason, Belvidere Neb., were guests of Darin Barnes and Amanda Hudson, Red Cloud, for a cookout. Guests for a cookout at the Jeffand Diana Ord home, Guide Rock, Neb., were Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Diana and Kasey Ord were supper guests of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. They attended the White Rock-Jewell baseball game in which Kasey played. A Father's Day potluck picnic will be held June 15 following church ser- vices at Northbranch Friends Church. Mankato's 4 x 800rrelay team consisting of Ross Jefery, Trevor Elkins, Marcus Heiser and Greg Zadina experiences the thrill of victory as they are standing in the winner's spot at the State Track Meet because their time of 8:19.73 won them the 1st-place gold medal. Pike Valley came in for the 2nd-place silver medal with a time of 8:24.85 and Pawnee Heights won the 3rd-place bronze with a time of 8:25.42. South Gray took 4th, Hanston 5th, Triplains 6th and Pratt Skyline 7th. Games to follow potluck. Public is invited. Walt and Peggy Wilson spent five days in Colorado visiting family and friends. Walt and Peggy Wilson and Edna Fogo were supper guest of Woody and Beulah Wilson at the cafe in Burr Oak on Friday in honor of Peggy's birth- day. June 8, I1 a.m., there will be a community church in the Gazebo Park, followed by a covered dish dinner at the fire hall. Bring your lawn chairs. Ralph Rhoe, Utah, brought his sis- ter, Florence Headley, home from long term care tor awhile. V/v/an Reed and Wilma Underwood visited Geneva Garman in long term care in Mankato. Holly Jeffery, Pittsburg, was a weekend guest of Gale and Kathleen Jeffery. She also visited grandparents Bucky and Doris Hancock, Esbon, and Beth Jeffery, Superior. C O N G RATU L ATI O N S, o Greg and other team members on State Track Meet ! From the oi' babysitter and f nilies I IWHEN INDEPENDENCE IS YOUR GOAL! I ~ Ifsit#ng and standing is a challenge, a little lift goes a long way. FEATURING: ,-o,.~.v..:c. Fu//power/i# and rec/ine Great sitting comlozt and relaxation Simple hand held control forpush button operation Comes with side pocket and arm andhead covers Available in mini-petite, petite, regular, wide andta/l Different sizes/its almost everyone , The Reliance 2500 Series Dick's N Furniture/Appl/ance 106 N. Commercial Street. Mankato, Kan. 66956.785-378-3123 Mr. and Mrs. Don Frasier and fam- ily and Richard Frasier attended the wedding of Melissa Lawrence and Andrew Tayler in Manhattan May 31. Melissa is the daughter of Don and Judy Lawrence, Mankato, and grand- daughter of Richard Frasier. Weekend guests of Gene and Majorie Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Figgie, Daniel and Kyle, Horton. Wilma Underwood and Rose Damon were in Smith Center and Be- loit last week on business. Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended ballgames in Red Cloud, Mankato Ilnd Blue Hill to watch grandkids play. JcnnaLcc Harris, daughter el' Wendy Harris and Rick Harris, won first place in the.pole vault at the state track meet in Wichita. She went 10' 1" breaking her own record. Family mem- bers attending the meet were Wendy and David, Rick and friend, Carol, Fern Harris, Lou Ann Harris, Loma and Harold Wilton, Superior, Danny Eilert, Mankato. Wilma Underwood attended the McDilI-Zadina wedding at the Luth- eran Church in Mankato. Madeline McMains was a patient in the Salina hospital. Visitors tat her home were Lolita and Loretta Silsby, Beloit, Marjorie Suchland, McPherson, Marcella est. Barbara and Warren White were in Beloit Monday. Hazel Korb was a dinner guest of Marie Pinson. Harold and Edythe Francis were in Salt Lake City, Utah, to attend his Navy reunion. They came home through Casper, Wyo., to visit his sis- ter. Pastor Laura Fricker preached Sun- day morning about "what Jesus wants for us" at the United Methodist Church. Ryan Waugh was greeter. Visitors were Betty and Harold Brown. , By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Scott, Theresa, Garrett and Brandon Watters, Winds/de, Neb. and Bob Schmeiding, Lincoln. Special music was by Beverly Frost who sang a solo.Ushers were Ken Winslow and Dwight Frost. Ann Lindvall, Edgar, was a visitor of Jess/ca, Anya and Allison Thomp- son. They went to Mankato where they toured the Freeman iris garden. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were dinner guests of Richard and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli at a Burr Oak cafe. Harold and Lorna Wilton went to La Crosse, Kan., where they attended the state golf tournament. Their grand- son, Justin McCutcheon, was on the team from the White Rock High School and participated in the meet. Kenneth Schuster was honored on his 60th birthday Sunday with a lunch hosted by his wife, Jean, at their home. Among the guests attending were Zelda Schuster, Twila Cool, Tonya and Walker Cool, Superior, Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, Stan and Carla Green, Ryan Green and Ashley Free, Bob and Linda Brahmsteadt, all of York, Valerie Green, Grand Island, and Dakota, Bradshaw, Matthew, Me- lissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster, Bob and Sally Schmeiding, their daughters and their families of Lincoln, Gary, Held/and Heath Shurigar, Roseland, Darren, Tonya and Spencer Blackstone, Arden and Cheryl Russell, Webber, Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Claudia Hanson, Superi~L Friday, Harold and Loma Wilton went to Wichita where they attended the state track meet. Their granddaugh- White Rock's Monte manning clears the bar in 1A competition at the State Track Meet. Manning did not place in the event. The winning jump in 1A was 6' 2". June Special! Unlimited Tanning for S30 Tan 7 Days a week! yzmior M/.~"will soon be here! Check out the great gift ide~.s. * f,)'ee gift bags Will deh~'er attytime . Lots of Sugar Shack cmutles and morn gifts to choose.firm/t/ Please feel free to stop by anytime! Get-A-Tan Rodney & Linda Payne Mankato, Kan. 78! Mankato Elta Kennedy, Cheyenne, Wyo., visited relatives and friends in the area including Newell and Doris Alexander. Wade Alexander, North Little Rock, Ark., visited Newell and Doris Alexander. Other visitors were Wes Alexander, Manhattan, Wiley Alexander, Washington, Wynn Alexander, Rylee and Key, Coldwater. They helped Newell plant soybeans. A guest of Betty May was Sylvia Hammett, Ft. Collins, Colo. Also vis- iting one day and touring Jewell County were,Sylvia's sisters, June Car/e, Wichita, Mary Ann Henry, Freeport, I11., Ida May Jensen and friend, Dean Blain, Edgar, Neb. Jerryand Joyce David visited at the home el Joyce's mother Virginia and Chet Hanson several days last week. They came to attend Jerry's Mankato High School class reunion. They re- turned ot Wichita Sunday evening. Jerry and Joyce David were Sunday breakfast guests of Chet and Virginia Hanson at a Mankato cafe. They spent the remainder of the morning driving around in the country, checking the crops on their rental farms. Chet and Virginia Hanson visited Sunday afternoon at the home ofChet's sister, Rachel Lauritzen, near Hardy. Jerry and Marjorie Murray were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Jerry's sister, Virginia and Chet Hanson. JEWELL COUNTY ter, JennaLee harris, won vaulting state championship I A. En route home the their Shelby Wherry, had lunch at a cafe. Visitors of Robert Harvey l week were Chris Harve Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Ch Walter Brachvogel, Webber, VanOrnam, Mr. and VanOrnam and son, Omaha. Thursday and Friday he of Herbert and Carolyn Marabeth and Mitchell fort. Pauline Hanson had lunch at a Mankato they visited in Zelda's home. The Country the home of Ethel McNabb Ed and Phylis Powers her sister, Vera Dye, to medical appointment. Weekendg Tonya and Walker Cool Jerry, Michelle and Carla and Stan Green Ashley Free, all of York Grand Island, and Dakota Bob and Linda Sunday visitors of her Schuster. Bob and Kathy Saturday visitors of Vera Miranda Ward was night guest in the Haseme Other callers the past Melissa and Lacey Ward, Jo John Rogers. Sunday ni this community received rain .90 of an inch. Just what the ordered. Jewell track participants at the State Track Meet are (from Ramsey who threw the discus 129' 10", Amy Waterman wh shot put with a heave of 34' 8.5" and Patrick Faulkner who ran the hurdles in 16.64. Mike Wanklyn, Jewell, is not picutred but Wankl with a 3rd-place bronze medal in the 1600 meter run with a time of' ar:ii 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, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Card/an Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ................................. : .... Internal Medicine and Primary Care Rina Mina, M.D .................................................. Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ........................................................................... Cardiology Gary Chingren, 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, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 102 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 FINALLY!!! Health insurance for individuals, families and the self- employed at AFFORDABLE rates Insurances underwritten by The MEGA Life and Health Insurance Company. Scott J"~ "11 ~nea, Insurance Agent 0067 785-335-2020 (Ask for Vickyt.) 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