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Page 18. THE JEWELL COUNTY POST -Wednesday, June 24, 1992 Birth Announcement Devery N. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Alexander are proud parents of a baby girl, Devery Nlcole. She weighed 6 lbs, 11 oz., and was 19 1/2" long. She was born June 17, 1992 at St. Francis Hospital, Wic- hita. Grandparents are Newell and Doris Alexander of Mankato, and Richard and Helen Reeves of Sylvan Grove. Great-grandmother is Vlvian Ost of Mankato. Burr Oak Weather By Larry Gillett June 15-21 Rain June 16 .93" June 17 .08" June 20 .1 I" June 21 .02" Mankat0 Weather By Roger Thelander \\ Hi Lo June 15 88 60 June 16 93 65 June 17 88 56 June 18 88 57 June 19 85 58 June 20 79 58 June 21 76 51 .92" ofmolsture for the week..41 on Tuesday, .40 on Wednesday and. 11 on Saturday. 12.65" year to date mois- ture. Jewell County Long Term Care News Laurie Neilson and Megan Thomas visited Dana Bennett, as did Matthew, Pamela and Daniel Badger. Arden and Kathy Moor called on Lillian Oglevie. Avis Crawford called on Vachel Crawford. Visiting Thelma Dinsmore was Doug and IAsa Bums. Lucille Dunstan, Geneva Hlltgen, Opal Lamb and Bemlce Shirley helped with Crai~ Class Mon. Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H Club brought their 4-H pets projects for the Tuesday Happenings Program. Calves, dogs, and cats were enjoyed by all the residents. Kathy Howard and David Ollphart visited Elsie Murphy. Travis Engelbert and Vanessa Engelbert visited Helen SUtes. Leta Sills was unable to hold Bible study Wed., so Velma Garman held the class with twelve residents attending. Susie Ball enjoyed a visit from her son, Max Bail. Enjoying a visit from Barbara Snyder and Lois Diamond was Lella Brown. They also visited Nina Murray. Thadd Hinkle held Music Appreciai- ton Wed. and communion. Lily Henningson enjoyed a visit from Rebecca and Heather Ost. Florence Dahl visited Agnes Rogers and Vachel Crawford. Company for Margie Marihugh were Mable Maflhugh, Neva Sink and W.H. Ormsbee. At the Bingo games Thur., Nina Murray had the first "Bingo". Susie Ball was the lucky person to have the first card blackbout. Helping this week were Opal Lamb, Geneva Hiltgen and Lucille Dunstan. Arthur and Lorine Cockroft called on Blanche Penner, Vemeda Seems, and Elsie Murphy. Carol Kindler, Mable Marihugh, Vera Frost, Vyonda Welch0 Jeffery Welch and Kyle Baker were all visitors of Ruth Colson. Orville and Margaret I.aDow called on Vemeda Seems. Nora Jo Cavanaugh, Billy and Jen- nifer visited Doris McCammon Thur. Lena Blacker called on Letty Crane. Odessa & Dentonia Area News By Ruth Obert Fri. callers of the Rufus Manchesters' were Carie Manchester, Fay Seems, the Neil Manchesters', Kenya and Kasey Koch and M/M Emie Kattenberg. Janell Peterson had surgery on her feet Fri. at Hastings. She came home Sat. and is doing O.K. Mary Carper Keiffer of Denver came Fri. to attend Mrs. Noble's funeral Sat. She visited her sister's Verda Franklin and Edna Kattenberg. Mrs. Noble is an aunt of the ladies. Lona Jones, mother ofColeen Obert, passed away and services were Sat. at Red Cloud. Eileen Pugh and Shelly Arnold, granddaughters, were here for the services. Ruth Obert and Margaret LaDow attended services for Jones. M/M Wilbur Obert accompanied the Mike Youngs' to Osborne Sun. to attend the 100th Birthday celebration for Harry Chander, a former lay Pastor of Odessa Church. Mary Kieffer re turned to Denver Mon. M/M Leland Barfleyand M/M Wilbur Obert visited the Vurl Thomas' Sun. Wilbur and Ruth Obert went to Quinter Tue. where Ruth attended a Northwest Area Agency meeting. Panorama By Fawna Barrett The Flint Hills are grass as they have been abundant rain. chocolate drops in a green Cottonwood trees places along the highway. One farm has a and a slim, two-storied excellent repair. At another place, the see a neat red with white tri White colonades hold a bold isn't quite as wide as the Probably, at one time, it school. A cluster of cars were l in front of this charmin aftemoon. Was it a church meeting or a This traveler will never know swer, but the beauty will mind for a long Ume. Dispatch Area By Richard Verhage M/M Rich VanDonge Center, IA, spent the relatives. Lacy Holslander from spending a few days with Bos. was the weekend of June attending Jason Newman, Dale Rodney Bradley, Nick Otte Derrick Bergman. Duston Bortz, Joshua and Trevor Joshua Stevens, Jarred Zachary Cordel. and Councilors were: Eakin, Jim Tanis, Steve Cordel and Brian Newman. We extend to Nyhoff family in the Nelvina's mother of Denver. July 1992 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday \ 5 Co. commissioners mtg 8:30-4:30 USD 279 Board of Education 8 pm Jewell/Randall City councils PeeWee league tournament, Glen Elder. 6 Pike Trail Same weekend 12 Threshing Bee, Menkalo park Ice oresm social for R~ Swank, Jewell park, ~ing 19 7-41 pm.4H/FFA livestock check-in Jew~l Vacation Bible Schcol-mornlng PeeWee district tournammlt, Downs CO. Commlssloners mtg, 8:30-4:30 Mankato Econ. Development, noon, Buffalo Roam l~-lesith Nurse meets Jewail CO. commissioner mtg, 8:30-4:30. PeeWee atate tournament, Jamestown Registration Books close for the Primary election- 20 4:30 pot CO. Commlesfonors m~D, 8.'~:30. Fair entrlee-14".30 10 am-Food sale 12".3G-PI4 show & tell Judging all day 27 26 PeeWee league tournament, Glen Elder Pre-entrles fair 4H/FFA livestock, fashion revue exhibits due Heslth nurse to masting-Hutchinson !7 Vacation Bible School, morning PeeWee District tournament, D~wns Friendship Circle Club, 7.'30 pm Burr Oak Health Clinic, St. Center 9-11 am 14 PeeWee Mate tournament, Jamestown Flmlly planning, Mitchell Co. Heeith Dell 12-1 I~p 21 Randall Hul~ Clanlo, Ubtlcy 9-11 -.In, I-12-Open ~laes bes~ check-in.ouunty bir; 2-4 pm-'l can do" S:S0-AW sefoty demo and rodeo 7".$0-Caw/Calf daasfo ~:SO-Fashkm Prayer group-noon, Trinity UMC Heeith Nurse in 1-3 p..m. Family planning 4-6 pm, Mitchell CO. Health DepL 11 i Randall United Church Women, 2:30 pm Randall quilting, 9-11 am Sr. Citizens Clinic, 10-11:30 a.m., Mankato Family planning 3:30-5:30, Mitchell Co.H.D. 8 Vacation Bible School, morning Prayertime-noon, Assembly Church 15 Randall United Church Women, 2-.30 Randall quilting 9-11 am Wall(in Judging for clothing, fashion revue, arts end crefts for fair at Armory. Thursday Women's Missionary, /~embiy Church 9 m-Ladles bible Study, Christian Church 2 Ladies Bible Study, Christian Church 8:30-Trinity UMW Salem UMW PeeWee League tournament, Glen Elder. W.I.C. Clinic, Jewell CO. Health Dept. 9 9 am-Ladles Bible study, C. Church Vacation Bible School, morning PeeWee District tournament, Downs W.I.C. Pick-up Day, Jewell CO. Health office 16 PeeWee state tourl~rnent, Jamestown Friday Jewdl S4mior Citizens, noon, Jewetl Apt~' PeeWee baseball, Jeweil at Ttpton. Jewell CO. Health DepL holiday 3 PeeWee League tournament, Glen Elder. immunizations, Jewell *CO. Health DepL 10 Vacation Bible School, morning Jewell Senior Citizens, Jewell Apts, noon PeeWee District tournament, Downs. Immunizations, Jewell Co. Health Dept. 17 PeeWee state tournament, Jamestown Immunizations, Jewell Co. Health Office Advisory Board, Noon Quonset clesn-up, Falrgmumls. .a,R Saturday INDEPENDENCE DAY-Moat businesses closed. Have a safe and happy 4th I~ J-Janea EHU Pike Trail League Same weekend 11 Threslng Bee, Mankato park 18 22 23 24 25 Morning~alr Judging Chesk out exhltdts, Fak Ladles Salad lu~ 24 Co. FIk S.Kltolten clmms; noon, VKloty dmHp Ind slorn0t Immnizatfol~, Jl~ll 4-round rnbln S:30-Mud in prod( Co~ Health Oflk)e showlmmship 7:30-Plailfoim~ clogger~ pat and me 8.~Fmk Muslkml 6-.30.Caloh an amimal Blenders" Spin-Premium s~de 29 30 31 8:30 am-Food stand, fairgrounds, quonset & Ifaeetock barns made reedy for hdr. OeweU Library Mo~lay & Thursday S-SdI0 p.m. ~, Wed~ FrL, A Sat. 1-$ p.m. Brooke State Bank Phone 428-3241 - Jewell, Kansas - Member FDIC Rmsdall IAbrary Monday thru ~rtdaY 9-$ p.m. Weekends by ap~