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kEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 12, 2003 Wood marry in sborg church Natalie and David Wood , Barrett, Lindsborg, and Arthur Wood, Solomon, were at Trinity United Methodist Lindsborg, April 26 at 2:30 The double ring ceremony was by Pastor David Smith. of the couple are Gene and Barrett, Randall, and Harvey Solomon. was Seleise Barrett, sister of the bride. Traci Overland Park, was the Best man was Ronald brother of the groom. , was the grooms- Ushers were Joseph Butler, Valen- tine, Neb., Randall Carlson, Wichita, and Andrew Carlson, Wichita. Haley Barrett, Haysville, was candlelighter. Jennifer Price, Arvada Colo., was reader. Personal attendant was Shelley Strong, Colwich. Piano-organ duets and other music was provided by Mary Ann Kibbe, organist, Jan McCoilough, pianist, both of Randall, and Holly Higbee, vocal- ist, Lindsborg. Guest book attendants were Lisa Sadler, Des Moines, Iowa, and Julia Strnad, Wellington. Ashley Luney, Haysville, and Megan Wilson, Jewell, handed out programs. Angela and Amber Carlson, Wichita, were gift table attendants. Videographer was Bruce Barrett, Wichita, brother of the bride. The reception was in Fellowship Hall at the church. Trinity United Methodist Women helped in the kitchen. Reception servers were Laura Koster, Overland Park, Janelle Ahlvers, Teri Chancy and Jessica Patterson, all of Lindsborg. The bride is a graduate of Jewell High School and Fort Hays State Uni- versity. She was previously employed as parks and recreation director in Lindsborg and is now employed on the farm. The bridegroom is a graduate of Solomon High School and Kansas State University. He is a farmer and rancher in Solomon. After a honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, the couple lives in Solomon. meet for reunion (Heskett) Pickett hosted a re- celebration for her husband, ~Pickett, last weekend at the Pickett in North Platte. retired as manager of Tire business in North the Picketts hosted the com- retirement party-family re- cookout Saturday supper meal ~Served and those attending spent d evening visiting and Pete's antique John Deere he has restored. attending besides the hosts Garold and Barbara (Heskett) Ed and Sherri Beam and Guide Rock; Brooke Wulf and Hatfield, Curtis, Neb.; Brian Menke, Eric and Haley, Neb; Wilma (Heskett) North Platte; Joan (Heskett) Great Bend; Carman Lakin r, S.D.; Carman's daughter, and two children, Riley and E1 Dorado Kan.; Lonnie and I Tat and Lonnie's .Children, Red Cloud; Dick and Mankato; Scott and Hobson, Wood River; Marry, and Madison Jehorek, Brule, Jerry and Kathy Heskett, Chad all of Lincoln, Neb.; Vaughan, Kansas City. will meet together in for the wedding of Chad observe 55th anniversary and Miola Griffeth, Jewell, honored by their family on their Wedding anniversary Saturday , went to Abilene Hotel. Those besides the honored couple Mike and Linda Richard, Calvin and Peg Bohnert, and Deb Griffeth and Bill I Announce Engagement TiffanyWagner-Timothy McGonigle Roger Wagner, Burlington, an- nounces the engagement of his daugh- ter, Tiffany Wagner, to Timothy McGonigle, Missoula, Mont. The bride-to-be graduated from Burlington High School and attends C01]ege. in Missoula, Mont. A wedding is planned for July 19 in Missoula. Tiffany isth~ granddaughter of Loretta Wagner and the late Edward J. Wagner, and Mac and Jo McCammon, all of Mankato. Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents June 5 at approximately 9:05 p.m. MableP. Frahm, Nelson, Neb.,driving a 1997 Chevrolet pickup on Jewell County Road Y three miles east from K-14, was heading east and hit a deer. No injuries. Accident investigated by Alley. Damages over $500. At milepost 199.5 on US 36, Bryce William True, Mankato, driving a 1996 Dodge, hit adeer. Damages over $500. Accident investigated by Baird. No injuries. Accident occurred June 5 at approximately 9:30 p.m. June 6 on Webber road, Leah M. Pletcher, Mandeville, La., driving a 1998 Buick, hit a deer on Webber road. Damages over $500. Accident inves- tigated by McEntire. No injuries. Traffic original townsite of the City of Man- kate. Jerry Campbell and Charlotte Campbell and Jessie Campbell to Steven Robbins and Julie Robbins. Lots 3 and 4 in Block 6 in original townsite of City of Mankato. Mildred M. McElroy, by Roger E. McElroy and Diane L. Edwards, her agents and attorneys-in-fact to Donald W. McElroy and Beulah M. McEIroy. NW 1/4 of Section 19, Township 4S, Range 6W and E 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 5S, Range 6W. Filed 6-9-03. Criminal The State of Kansas vs, Lori L. Richecky. Warrant. Giving worthless checks. The State of Kansas vs. Jeramy Lee Laflin, 21. Count I, rape. Count II, aggravated criminal sodomy. The State of Kansas vs. Tracy L. Whybark, Mankato. Giving worthless checks. Limited Civil Jeffery Lee Cady, Jewell, improper Benjamin Musser Estate Trust Inc. passing of school bus, fined $359 and vs. Brian Joerg, Randall. diversion. Samantha R. Ault, Smith Center, driving while license suspended, fined $259 and six months unsupervised pro- bation. Kyle A. Wenzel, Wichita, driving while license suspended, lined $309. Trenton R. Siebecker, Superior, Neb., speeding, 75/55, fined $149 and diversion. Megan Wilson, Jewell, driving with restricted license, fined $109 and di- version. Katie A. Whelchel, Lebanon, speed- ing, 74/60, fined $113. Zachary C. Bruns, Superior, Neb., speeding 75/55, fined $149. Charles L. Bradley, Concordia, speeding 66/40, fined $203. Tyler Lee Roesti, Mankato, DUI, $559 and diversion, 20 hours commu- nity service, attend and complete straight at YA program; MIP, $200 diversion, 20 hours community ser- vice attend and complete straight at YA program. Garrett L. Griess, Sutton, Neb., MIP, fined $359, unsupervised probation for one year, 40 hours community service; open container, fined $200. Register of Deeds Charles W. Seamans and Marilyn K. Seamans to Harrld R. Wilton. NE 1/4 of Section 13, Township 1 S, Range 8W, except a ten acre tract of land. Corwin K. Seamans and Ruth E. Seamans to Harold R. Wilton. NE I/4 of Section 13, Township IS, Range 8W, except a ten acre tract of land. Jerry O. Blackston and Dorothy Blackstone to Harold R. Wilton. NE 1 / 4 of Section 13, Township I S, Range 8W, except a ten acre tract of land. Gilford L. Mahaffy and Cariyne J. Mahaffy, Twana K. Seirer and Karol L. Bonicamp and John P. Bonicamp to William L. Peroutek and Ida M. Peroutek. Lot 7 and the W 1/2 of Lot 8, in Block 36, original townsite of the City of Mankato. Mahaffy and Co., a Colorado gen- eral partnership, by and through one of its paixiiers, Gilford L. Mahaffy to William L. Peroutek and Ida M. Peroutek. E 1/2 of Lot 8 all of Lot 9 and west 42 feet of Lot 10 in Block 36, Employment Opportunity Paraprofessional with Beloit Special Education Cooperative with a job site at Mankato schools. Approximately 17.5 hours per week (noon to 3:30 p.m. daily). This position would start in August 2003. Applications for the following position may be obtained by contacting Lynette Bartley at 785-378-3102 or Keith Williams at 785-738-3261 USD No. 278 is an equal opportunity employeL all of Jewell; A.J. Richard, Manhattan; and Doug Spencer, Eureka. THANK YOU honors, scholarship I would like to extend a heartfelt thank ld you to my family and friends for the visits, Esbon, was on the Dean's phone calls, letters and prayers while I was Roll for the spring semester at in the hospital and healthcare center. State University. me was inducted into Alpha I would also like to thank the doctors Delta National Academic and.stafffor the wonderful care I received Society for freshman at the uni- during my recovery. Thank you again. awarded a $500 scholar- SS ' Computer and Informa- Howard Re ' for the 2003-04 year. grandparents are Carl and Inavale, and Jean Davis, iii i i Bide the Jewell Count Transportation Lime y and let us do the driving for youl Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. CONCORDIA: June 17, towns served:FormoSo, dewell, Randall. SALINA: June 20, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloik Asherville, Simpson. HASTINGS: July 3, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. BELOIT: July 10, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Mankato is served daily within Mankato and also in the above listed trips. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Some trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made w= Christian Gleaners meet Christian Church Gleaners met with 11 attending. Hamilton presided at the .meeting. The group will buy Ice cream at.the hospital July k you was received from the for a donation. School is July 16 at Church. Cheryl Jensen ~votions and Hamilton was hostess Employment Opportunity Mankato School beginning ~lications for the be by contacting at 785-378- No. 278 is an,equal employer. "Esbon Seniorettes meet" The Esbon Seniorettes met June 4 at noon with 12 members present. Grandchildren of Glen and Shirley Marihugh, Kansas City, were guests. Bud and Betty Niles were hostesses. Ida Peorutek presided at the busi- ness meeting. Prizes were won by Mabel Marihugh, Mayme Reinert, Vio- let Bal~er, Bill Peroutek, Thelma Lamb, and Ken Johanek. Thank you note was read from Riley Jones' gamily. A donation of $200 was received from Howard Crave~ Idaho, in memory of his mother, Irene. A cook books will be sent to the family in a thank you card tor the donation. Routine business was conducted. The group approved purchase of the Jewell County history book for $20 to keep at the senior center library. School annuals still needed are the years 40, 52, 61,67. Bud Niles was thanked for doing our mowing. County meeting will be June 26 at Jewell. Hostesses for July 2 will be Ken- neth Johanek and Lelartd Bartley. - St. Johm Bailey families meet Gerald and Virginia Lienberger were hosts to the St. John and Bailey reunion May 25 at the Randall Lions Den. In the afternoon, they had an open house for their birthdays and their 60th wedding anniversary. They were mar- ried June 12, 1943. There were 53 relatives attending the reunion and 95 guests signed the guest book at the open house. Mankato Garden Club meets A plant or seed auction was on the agenda when Mankato Garden Club met for the June meeting with 13 mem- bers present. Each member brought eithe~ plants or seedS" for th~ at~0n. Hostesses were Faryl Lange affd'Alma Zadina. Next meeting is July 1 when the group will tour Susan Bradrick's wild flower garden at 9:30 a.m. Hostesses are Wihna Eaton and Susan Bradrick. IIIII I Births |Ulll Mr. and Mrs. l.yle Silsby, Galva, announce the birth of their daughter, Leah Grace on May 27. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Grandparents are Meba and Eula Silsby and Mr. and Mrs. John Owens. Grcat-grandmolh- ers are Avis Winslow and Helen Kaspari all of McPherson. Mayhews honored at farewell event Pastor Terry and Mary Mayhew and family were honored with a fare- well party at Trinity United Methodist Church Sunday evening. Family members attending were their son, Ryan and his wile, Christie, Newton, their daughter, Renae Mayhew, Wichita, and Terry' s mother, Betty Mayhew, who will be moving with them. Sally Engel, UMW president, gave the welcolne. Pastor Wayne Fiegal brought a short devotion honoring the Mayhews and invited the audience to share special memories. Terry gave a response ol'good feelings for the com- munities. Minnie Pearl, aka Linda Woerner, o.pened the program with her witti- cisms. A quartet of Woerner, Shirley Varney, BobWillmeth and Steve Butts sang two songs accompanied by Mary Ann Kibbe. Two stories were read by Fawna Barrett and John Edwards sang a solo. Jan McCollough was accompa- nist. A comic piano duet was rendered by McCollough and Kibbe. Sherilyn Kadel joined thei~ for "three on a bench" a trio piano number. Pastor Dan Daniels expressed gratitude to Pas- tor Terry and sang a sol(), accompanied by his wife, Gaye. A vocal duet was sung by Marsha Ericson and her daugh- ter, Marisa McCreight. Kadel san~ a sol(), accompanied by Kibbe. Pastor Art Taylor gave the Prayer of blessing for Terry as members of the congregation laid hands on him. Approximately 100 attended from all churches in Jewell, from Ionia, Man- kate, Glasco and Superior. The Mayhews were presented a money tree from the attendees. Club members spruce up Jeweli Members of Jewell Garden Club recently placed decorative barriers around the gardens behind the Jewell .. Community Building, replaced plants in the gardens, planlcd bedding phmts in-the barrels on the sidewalks and added two barrels, one at the post of_ rice and one near Jewell Grocery. Six members and one visitor at- tended the recent meeting, a quarterly birthday breakfast. During the business meeting Ava Knarr was appointed to prepare a bou- quet to display at Heardand Bank to commemorate National Garden Club week Pat Kcmmerer led the lesson on crab apple irees._She repotled that 218 crab apple trees:have been planted re- cently at the Arboretum near Wakefield. The next birthday breakfast is Aug. 7 and the fall tour is scheduled 1ol Sept. 18. We wish to say many thanks to the outstanding care Billie received while in the LTC and many thanks for all the phone calls, cards, food and other donations. Itwas greatly appreciated. God bless you all. Doris Kitts Robert and Beth Kitts and family Melvin and S!nda Kitts and famlTg Arlyn and 1o Ann Unrein and family I wish to thank everyone for all their prayers, kind thoughts, calls, visits, flowers transportation and cards while I was in the hospital and since returning home. Aspecial thanks to the girls at J's Jif E Stop. Joyce Nicholson Thank you for your prayers, calls, visits, flowers, cards and food while I was tn the hospttal and since returntng >> home. Your thoughtfulness will not be _~ forgotten. God Bless uou. lamce t roaavenr ~////ll~l~/////// :.. ///////i/I///// "Happy I)ad,.and Nom | Mayhews accept new appointment Pastor Terry and Mary Mayhew, Jewell, are leaving their first pastorate at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church where they have served 9 years. They are being transferred to the Plains-Kismet assignment in southwest Kansas. Besides serving the needs of the church in Jewell, and for the past two years, the Montrose United Methodist Church, the Mayhews have taken an active role in community clubs and events, and "will be leaving lots of holes in Jewell." Terry has been a Jewell Chamber of Commerce president; high school foot- ball announcer, served in the local ministerial union, assisted in the com- munity Bible School and KIDS For Christ program. He was chaplain for Solomon Valley Hospice for two years. Mary and Terry are both Chamber members, and Mary has served as presi- dent and is a member of the local ladies C.C.W. Mary has been employed at the local lumber yard for 8 1/2 years. "We have always been involved with the-community wherever we lived," Terry said. Before going into the ministry, Terry and Mary had a repair shop-gas sta- tion-mini market in Morganville, Kan. Terry was involved in the Morganville and began doing lay speaking. He re-" ceived "God's calling" in 1984 and took a course of study and graduated in 2000 from St. Paul School of Theol- ogy. He was ordained last year. His first appointment was at Jewell. The Mayhews believe Jewell was a good appointment for their first pasto- ral service. "The most rewarding part of ministering here has been seeing lives changed and the churches in the community working together"' he said. The Mayhews have many fond memories here. "When we came here our children where in school--Ryan was 14, and Renae was 13 Our son was married here. Ourchildren gradu- ated from Jewell High School. We've made a lot of good friends here." Terry and Mary Mayhew, "There will always be a part of us here," Terry said. Plains is not new territory for the Mayhews as both previously lived near there. "We met and married at Meade, i5 miles from Plains," Terry said. Terry's mother, who now lives at the Jeweli Apartments, will accom- pany the Mayhews to their new loca- tion to make her home with them. The Mayhews' last Sunday is June 29. The new pastor assigned is Jim Rice, a native of Topeka. H~ and his wife, Melissa, have two children, a son who will be a sixth grader and a daughter, a first grader. This will be their first pastoral assignment, which begins July 6. Mankato properties.sell Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate conducted two real estate auc-' tions in Mankato Saturday. The first tract at 605 N. Commer- cial, the Campbell property, sold to Steve Robbins, Mankato, for $9,500. The second tract, located at 212 E. North Street, the Gertrude Howard property, sold to Paul Faye, Mankato, for $1,100. 'Fiesta' is banquet theme The 79th annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was held May 3 at White Rock High School Gym, Burr Oak. The theme, "Fiesta," was carried out with decorations and a pinata. Program was provided by Sonya Harris, Aundrea Gardner, Lesa Peroutek, Kathy Weist, Amber Eakins, Taylor Finnell, Daisy Volker, Eden and Ivy Diehl, Alison Warne, and Kelly and Regan Jeffery. Nathan Gardner, Rick McEntee, Chad Modlin, Ryan Waugh and Michael Tucker served the meal. A bouquet of flowers was given to Geneva Garman who had attended all 79 banquets and was one of the young women who starled the banquet in 1924 by issuing invitations to special guests, their mothers Committee members were Sonya Harris, Tammy Storey, Erin Alley, Lesa Peroutek, Tammy Finnell, Sandra Franco and Kris Fisher. Next year's committee members are Storey, Alley and Sonya Harris. .:, . % . . ,,, i j, " " " 50 iffy j s IS n - u t as ..,-. Lora L.on June 12 .. . ~" ~ ~ Love from your family THANK Y O U to our family and friends that attended our 40th Wedding Anniversary and to those who sent cards. This will be a special memory. Ken and Becky Huber Lordy lordy look wh o's 40 Love, Morn and Dad Hiltgen oO0 o ,.., ,,..,. o 0 Orlan and Wilda(Glover)Baker wi)i be celebrating their Golden Anniversary on Saturday, June 21. Their children Jay Baker and Doris Roland and-their families invite you to share in the celebration of their parents and grandparents with a card shower. Send cards to: Orlan and Wilda Baker 506 Jefferson Medicine Lodge, Kan. 67104 or Orlan and Wilda Baker % Pine Island RV Resort 32501 S. 571 Jay, Okla. 74346-9447