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l. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD J Thursday, August 14, 2003. unce engagement and Joy Krouse, announce the engage- of their daughter, Kristin Renee to James Darby Kneisler, son and Denise Kneisler, bride-to-be is a graduate of Creek High School near St. She graduated in May from State University with a degree in elementary edu- : bridegroom is a graduate of High School, Hoyt. He from Kaw Area Tech in He is currently employed Factory Direct Appliance as an installer. an Oct. 11 wed~ and. is the grandson of Alberta and the late Henry Krouse-Kneisler meet in Oregon ally Reunion was at Keeler Rock 'n "K" Farm, Salem, , July 26 and 27, hosted by Lee and Keeler and Aaron and Kristy Ashley, Toshia, Breanna and A total of 62 relatives and friends The menu included baked Indian style, oysters and bar- chicken. Many articles were for the silent auction. A new was a quilt raffle. Judy Keeler dered quilt, made, and by Ann Keeler and family. :was done by the Haddam Church quilters. attending the reunion are [ by state: - Ann Keeler, Formosa; (ark and Patti Rogers, Kevin and Jolene Harper, l; Garry and Sharon Keeler, n City; Roland and Jo Bonjour, Larry and Glenda Keeler, Jeff and Christy Keeler Maggie. Phillipsburg; Nelson Katherine Grimes and LeRoy m Sue Eaton, Mankato. - Lee and Judy Keeler and and Kristy Keeler, Ashley', Toshia, Breanna and Alyssa, and Val and Florence Rogers, Sweet Home; Pete Morris, St. Helens. : Washington - John and Rella Grimes, Kettle Falls, and their grand- children, William Smith and Logan Herriman; Bob and Gen Grimes, Cheney; Sergio and Samantha Marroquin and Sergio Jr., Medical Lake; and Matthew and Wonda Sullivan, Seattle. California - George and Jeanette Keeler and Nathan and Lucille Keeler, Claremont. Arizona : Jean Jacobs, Loretta McKenzie and Tony Webb, Tucson; Patricia Falls, Tim and Nina Falls,' Chandler. Iowa: Jim and Jean Frank, River- side; Kim Jeffers, Iowa City; Cokie Ikerd and twin sons, Walker and Garrett, Brighton. Colorado: Russ and Shelia Sullivan, Montrose. Illinois - Stan and'Patsy Keeler and Maggie, Oswego. The 2005 reunion will be in Kansas hosted by Patti Rogers and Kevin and Jolene Harper. Club meets ,~n club met Aug. 5 at Haven with 15 members present. as answered by explain- plant or flower they brought. presented the program on 91ossoms of flowers, herbs and Hostesses were Wilma Eaton and Next meeting isSept. ,lake saturday" It s Christmas in August Saturday -ovewell State Park as Kansas De- tment of Wildlife and Parks span- s the first Campground Christmas. Campers at the state park are en- t aged to decorate their campsites |,.~ . ,.hnstmas Theme. Campers need gister at the state park office by 7 Saturday fur judging from 9 p.m. I May and 9 a.m. Sunday. Prizes I )e awarded Sunday at Beach Shel- ~ill am. s. an added feature, Santa Claus i )e spending a relaxing weekend at '.well State Park and will be avail- for visits at his campsite in the 3int Utility Campground. aer residents )red by KSU Tim Dodd, former Mankato resi- Kevin Harris, former vo-ag at Mankato High School, were , honored for service to Kansas /. and chief execu- Pasta was cho- to receive the Agriculture Out- Alumnus Award.' He from KSU in milling sci- 1977. Dakota Growers Pasta is the most widely known has been a leading propo- how producers can benefit by integrating themselves into according to an article in AgAlumni News." The pointed out that Dodd's ge of durum milling integrated pasta manufacturing has made Dakota Growers of the most efficient pasta plants in industry. He developed a quality procurement program has instituted efficient cost-sav- processes to make one of the lowest cost in Noah America. "to joining Dakota Growers in was vice president of for American Italian Excelsior Springs, he oversaw the construe- and start-up operations of that He also oversaw the construe- operations management of by Leonardo in Cando, N.D., rst integrated durum and pasta in the United States. Dickinson County Coordi- he Outstanding , Coordinator. Selection to out- county coordinators is based work they do to recruit high students to attend the College and on their efforts to Harris has taught schools. work as an agricultural educa- teacher has earned him several [-le left teach- years ago, but continued to to those in Dickinson who could benefit from it's Esbon Seniorettes meet The Esbon Seniorettes met Aug. 6 at noon with 13 members and six guests present for a potluck dinner. Guests were Liilie Zabel, grand- daughter of Glen and Shirley Marihugh, Dorie and Bud Ayres from eastern United States; Orva Hartford, Glenvil, Neb.; Steve Fogo, Wichita, and Michelle Rokbiler, granddaughter of Scandia hosts , fall field day With drought conditions returning in recent weeks, agricultural produc- ers again are looking for ways to con- serve moisture and for crops that best use available supplies., To help in those efforts, Kansas State University Research and Exten- sion will host a field day at its irriga- tion experiment field near Scandia at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday. The field is lo- cated 2.5 miles west of Scandia, just off U.S. Highway 36. Topics to be covered at the educa- tional session include: Irrigated corn fertility update Row spacings for cam and grain sorghum. Grain somhum breeding update. Nitrate leaching potential in sandy soils. Insect update--soybean stemborer and others. A complimentary meal will follow the program. UC Women work on quilts Rgndall United Church Women met Aug. 6 with Gerry Joerg and Lee Gordanier as guests. The women planned aquilting work day for Monday when the quilt for the bazaar was put in the frames. Others may work on those quilts presently in the frames. Thelma Given presented devotions, reading a Paul Harvey story about the 1918 flu epidemic and the doctor's struggle to pick upmedicine in a snow- storm. The child he saved with the medicine was Hubert Humphrey. A thank you was received from Pastor Terry and Mary Mayhew, A letter from the Jewel l County Resource Council told about the proposed county calendar. It was approved to pay $12 a year toward the maintenance fee to have church events placed on the cal- endar. Mark Baxa will be invited as guest auctioneer at the annual Bazaar Nov. 1. Charlotte Anderson was hostess. Mankato City utility re~rt Connects: Maxhae Dempse"~'~, 39 Crestvue; Judith and Monty Garst, 205 N. High. Bohnerts meet in Jewell The Jeweli Christian Church was the sight of the 20th annual Bohnert reunion Aug. 3. The potluck meal was served and visiting and reminiscing of "the olden days" was shared. Attending were Keith Bohnert. Mankato; Marion, Betty and Kay Bohnert, Beloit; Harry and Joyce Bohnea, Scott City; Carol, Lonnie. Tyler. Matthew and Lane Parker, Clay Center; Darrell, Debra, Damon and Darica Bohnert, Jewell; Calvin, Peggy and Tracy Bohnert, Jewell. Plans were made to hold the 2004 reunion at the Jewell Christian Church Lyle Dauner, Mankato businessman, and his wife, Cathy, stop for a photo during Lyle's 50th birthday celebration last week. Dauner's family, employees and customers didn't let him forget the big day. Dauner, who owns and operates Mankato Professional Pharmacy, Was escorted to work in a lima, only to discover h~s place of business had been traRsformed for a celebration. -" 7 ,,OO0 Thanks to my family, friends and neighbors for their many acts of IIII kindness and caring. I'd like to thank everyone for all the prayers, IIII flowers and cards during my time in the hospital and my returning [Ill home. Also, for all the prayers and cards for the loss my son, Paulllll Reined, who lost his lde in the Deshler, Neb. tornado. II11 Thank you again. IIII Mayme Reinert USDA changes status df agreement A capacity change for AgMark LLC, Beloit, is announced, effecting locations in Cloud, Mitchell, Lincoln, Jewel!and Republic Counties in Kan- sas. The change in capacity is from 14,293,000 bushels to 16,906,000 Baldwin celebrates Myrtle Baldwin was honored on her 104th birthday re- cently with a family dinner at the home of her son and his wife, Fred and Carol Baldwin, Salina. Ap- proximately 30 guests at- tended. She was bum at Malcolm, Neb., and lived in Missouri before moving to Kansas. She lived in Mitchell and Jewell counties until 1960 when she" moved to Salina. Her husband, Arvel Baldwin, is deceased as are two daughters, Berniece McEIroy and Maxine Blecker. Four living children are Thelma Elniff, Jewell; Wm. Baldwin, Salina; Mary Train, Puyallup, Wash., and Fred Baldwin, Salina. She has 17 grand- children, 29 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren. County native works for Kanas Speedway Former Jewell County resident Michelle (Stafford) Campbell has been named accounting manager for Kan- sas Speedway. Campbell, formerly employed by Heart of America Photography, Lawrence, Kan., has a bachelor's of science degree in aCcounting from University of Kansas. She is a 1990 graduate of Mankato High School and the daughterofLarry and Vickie Stafford, Formosa. Kansas Speedway is a subsidiary of International Speedway Corpm:ation. ISC is a leading promoter of 4-H News I I Formosa Willing Workers 4-H Jami Bouray conducted the Aug. 7 meeting of the Formosa Willing Work- ers 4-H Club, attended by six mem- bers, three leaders and three guests. Roll call was answered by naming a favorite school class. A thank you note from Jason Nelson was read. Officers and leaders gave reports. McCaela Nelson gave the labels committee report. The club had a successful Aug. 2 bake sale at Superior. Jami Bouray gave a photography project talk about the differences in lighting from a normal print to an en- largement. Jackie Jensen demonstrated how much better a photograph looks when the subject is not centered. Jackie also presented the parliamentary les- son ,"Duties of the president." McCaela led recreation. The next meeting is Sept. 10. Jewell Gemstones The Jewell Gemstones 4-H Club met Aug. 3 at Jewell Community Cen- ter with eight members and one leader answering roll call by naming their favorite school subject. Chelsey Greene gave a demonstra- tion on how to make an easy fruit salad. Members voted donate $200 to these groups and organizations: Jewell Fire Department, Jewell Day Care, Palmer Museum and the "Welcome to Jewell" signs. Damon Bohnert,Tracy Bohnert and Scott Dooley will take projects to the state fair. Corbin Greene chose recreation Which was tunnel tag. The next meeting is Sept. 7 at4 p.m. in the American Legion-Auxiliary room and anyone interested in joining High school diploma available Those persons id~ested in study- ing at home to earn a diploma from an area high school should contact the Smoky Hill Education Service Center, Concordia, before Sept. 22. The service center has a limited number of openings in an alternative learning program that uses computer- base instruction, assisted by individual meetings with an instructor, to com- plete high school credits leading to graduation. The curriculum is designed to meet state standards in math, science, social science and language arts. This is not a GED program. Completion of the program earns the student a high school degree from an accredited area school. Program requirements are tailored to the studenl's needs. For more information call the Smoky Hill Education Service Center at 785-243-4417. Picnic, car display is in Cawker CiW Park The Annual Cawker City Picnic and Auto Display is Saturday at the city park, Cawker City. The auto display will be held this year in place of the car show and there is no registration fee or judging of vehicles. Vehicles and motor cycles will be on display from noon to 4 p.m. Event planners are inviting those with cars, trucks, semi'trucks, motor- cycles and antique tractors to partici- pate. Poker Runs, drawings, prizes and D.J. music and entertainment will be in conjunction with the auto dis- play. A parade and picnic are after the auto display. For more information contact David Mayme Reinert who is here helping Mayme for a few weeks. Hosts Were Bill an~l ldaPeroutek. Prizes were won by Bud Niles, Mabel Marihugh, Steve Fogo and Vio- ,etBaker. onAug, l. ~_ to me on my 90th birthday. Also, thank you for ~ Terri's Tailoring Cthe gifts and food given to us. God bless you th Birthday all. / Card Shower WilburObert ~ Monday, Aug. 18 Marjorle Suchslend 840 N Myers McPherson, Ken. 67460 Thank you Grace Oplinger will celebrate her 91st birthday, Tuesday, Aug. 12. She would enjoy cards and letters from the Jewell County area. bushels. The change in capacity is a motorsports activities in the United the club is invited to come. or Dennis Ruling, Cawker City. result of adding a section at Concordia States, promoting more than 100events " i increasingcapacityby 1,515 000bush- annually. The company owns and up- IIII ,'r'i....- II...~,~ .. I IF I " IIII els and adding a section at Ashcrville erates 12 of the nations majorllll rli[Alfl~ VIJIAl.m.l.' ~ IIII increasing capacity by 1,099,000. motorsportsfacilities. IIII ......... "" ...... _ _ _ II!1 Asherville is now a merged part of Michelle and her husband, Scott, llll ~y ,or m.e,r. Joy~ IIII Concordia and CCC Gode 83080. live in Lawrence, Kan. I[t[ [[[! II All you can eat!!!II purple jackets, sweatpants and polo shirts at cost, now through Sunday, Aug. 31. Can be embroidered with Mankato Cougar at ~>""---- -~" *-"'~'~ ----'~"'---/ same cost - with K-State Power Cat for *5 THANK YOU! ~ more. Limited to stock on hand. / Tianl~you':' for ...... all the cards and'l'etters sent She is a former resident of Jewell.County and Beloit. She presently lives in Overland Park. Her address is: 7300 W. 107th Street Apt. 329 Overland Park, Kan. 66212 Open House 80th Birthday Leo Jacobs Montrose Methodist Church Dining Room 2 p.m.- 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 17 Ute Theater Ice Cream Social and Benefit Saturday, Aug. 16 Cawker City Picnic ana Auto Display Saturday, Aug. 16 Cawker City, Kan. Park Cars-Trucks Motorcycles Semi Trucks Antique Tractors Noon to # p.m. In town poker run, Drawings. Prizes DJ. Music and entertainment Funnel cake stand Parade and picnic following auto display No registration fee No judging For more Information cord~act: David Rellng 785-781.#96#, Dennis Rellng 785.781-479# Thank Youl We want to express our ckepest thanks to all that sent cer~, flowers, food, male phone calls end visits and prayers. A special thanks to the church family for conducting a successful Vacation Bible School, also, fop lwoviding meals for us. We appeeciate ell the concern shown while Opel wes in the hospital in Omaha having open heart sur~ and since coming home. May God Bleu you for all your kind deeds end ~. Ne~lin w~l Opel Tayl~ nlANK YOU! ! l 5TH YEAR, THANK YOU TO ALL THE UTE THEATRE VOLUNTEERS! h C0OL Nr wrm OUT YOU! t ]'RE JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL, ]'RE JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTR O.INIC, FRIENDS, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION REQUEST YOUR PRESENCE AT AN" OPEN HOUSE SINIll)1Y, AUG. 16 2T04P.M. IN TIIE JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL LOBBY 101 CRESI3/UE, MANKATO, KAN. FOR DE DAN CALDERON bl~ICl~ AND PRIMM{Y CARE AND l)g. RINA MINA 1~I~1~I~ kl~ ll~l~kl, Ml~lQl~