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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, August 28, 2003 ILooms was guest of honorat ' party Sunday afternoon at Apartments. A large crowd event hosted by her chil- and Opal Brandon spent ,night with Wanda Russell in Karen and Elaine Cockroft Anderson. Anderson visited Donna Miltonville. Creek Garden Club held the lowell cafe. husbands and guest The September meeting is Mac Dalrymple. bap- er great-granddaughter, Calvin and Charla a noD{a luncheon for friends at their home in lam hosted a birthday t Jeannine Seamans. Edwards is a patient in hospital. n Everson was taken by am- to lowell County Hospital She was released after x- nothing was broken. ' three inches of rain fell this wind and light- , Farmway Credit Union Mankato Jewell Jr.-Sr. High High School football soap High School volleyball at Jewell-Hillcrest St. 7p.m., JV at S p.m. 5: High School football at 6: Lincoln volleyball 9a.m. High 79: Soap scrimmage: 6 p.m., Jr. High, 7 :., High school football, : High School volleyball at" )rth Central 4p.m. Concordia, 4:30 p.m. 5: High School football at ankato vs. Jewell-White 7p.m. White Rock 6p.m. High School volleyball vs. Valley and Southern School football at 7p.m. Credit office BE CLOSED Sept. 1 of Labor Day by and let us you with: , Safe Deposit Money Orders, Official Amencan Express Travel Life Insurance, Insurance, Fax Service, Check ATM Cards, 2 FCU Savings Bonds, Direct Deposits Payroll Deposits Notary Service, P Certificates, Loans, Credit Life Savings y Tax and Loan Dnve Thru in Beloit, Unit, Intemet Member Access. The Kansas National Guard 995 Maintenance Company recently returned from a three week annual training tour. This year the company was stationed in Germany in the towns of Hohenfels, ning. Trinity United Methodist Church held an open house for the community to welcome new Pastor Jim Rice and his family. A large crowd attended the program and fellowship. Gerald and Marie McAtee are in California visiting her cousin, the Wilkersons. II I I From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent ii Kids 'n' homework W " ' " Home ork ~s a student s responsi- bility. Parents have a responsibility, too, but it may not be what they think, said Church Smith, K-State Research and Extension child development spe- cialist. The amount of homework depends on the child s age and a teacher s style and preferences. A light-hearted teacher may motivate a child to want to do that homework, but it's likely that a child will want to go to the park, hang out with friends or watoh television. "We all have to do things we'd rather not do. That's life, and learning to balance the must do s' with other activities can be beneficial," the child development specialist said. So what's a parent to do? A parent's first responsibility is to make time avail- able: set aside quiet time after supper and limit television, phone calls or non homework computer use, even for chil- dren who don't have homework. Do- ing so will provide an environment that's conductive to completing as- signments. Being available can be a plus..So can answering an occasional question. There's a difference, though be- or she needs to be able to go to school and say, "This is mine,", not, "This is what my Dad/Morn made." Smith offered this example: a child makes a house out of a box. The house looks more like a shanty. With a tween answering a question and on- ris, Salina. Susan Bradrick and Cathy couraging the child to think through Dasher placed first with a score of 61, -the challenge:,' If ~a. chil~l is ha'ving'"Whi~h i~-seven underp~'. Biotin'ellis difficulty with a challenge, parents can - Woff a flag prize for clo~#s~" the pin provide just enough help to enable a on hole 7. Grafenwoehr and Vilseck. The company consists of CO-Smith Center, Dot 1-Mankato, Dot 2- Belleville and Dot 3-Phillipsburg. problem with ~ sense of achievement, and Wyatt and Jennifer Harris, Salina, The key to scaffolding is to provide also played. They shot a 59, which is just enough help and no more. Step- 11 under par. ping in to complete a project is not recommended, Smith said. i A parent may look at child's work"Courthouse News and think, "It would be better if..." It's important, however, for a child to re- lowell County tain ownership of the assignment. He III FSA News By Jim Peroutek, leweU County P3~,,~rector Sign up for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Crop Disaster Program is continuing. Contrary to rumors that producers may have heard, no applica- tion ending date has been announced. Although the program deadline is not imminent, producers should not wait until the last minute to gather their documentation and contact the Farm Service Agency county office for an appointment. Under the Crop Disaster Program producers will be reimbursed for quali- fying crop production and quality losses to crops for either the 2001 or 2002 crops. Payments for CDP will provide some $2 billion in aid nationwide for producers suffd'ing from natural di- sasters. The CDP payments are lim- ited to $80,000 per producer. Just in the past two months, Kansas producers have received over $95 million in crop disaster payments. Roberts urges CRP land release JewelLCountyMemories U.S. Senator Pat Roberts recently urged the USDA to release Conserva ............ tion Reserve Program lands for emer- gency haying and grazing to help Kan- sas ranchers hit hard by drought condi- tions. "While Kansas experienced rain in Accidents late spring that provided an outstand- At approximately 11:20 p.rh. Aug. ing wheat crop, subsoil moisture re- 20, a 1992 Pontiac owned by David mainsvirtuallynonexistentduetothree Rohla, Mankato, was legally parked in or four years of continued drought in Mankato and a 2000 Ford, driven by much of the state," Sen ato~Roberts parent's help, the child could make a Tracey Schoenberger, Mankato, said in a letter to U.S. Secretary of nicer house. However, allowing the pushedtheRohlavehicleoverthecurb AgriculttlrcAnnVeneman "Pastures child to build and rebuild may prompt into a yard and drove off. No injuries.--~r~covered from the stress a career interest in architecture or con- Damages over $500, of previous years, and Kansas has been struction. Offer pointers, but allow the " Traffic hit hard by extreme heat and a lack of child to do his or her own work. As an Wesley S. Marsh, Mineola, Texas, rainfall this summer." example, if a child has a computer speeding 79/65, fined $114. Roberts is touring Western Kansas problem, rather than rushing to the Jeffrey L. Gordon, Danvers, II1., and discussed the urgency of drought rescue, encourage him or her to press speeding 79/76, fined $114. relief before producers at a meeting of the help button to learn more about the Tanea Zaragoza, Colorado Springs, the Dodge City ChamberofCommerce. computer. Colo., speeding 81/65, fined-S126. Roberts noted that "Kansas City and Parents are encouraged to take ad- David E. OReilly, Springfield,,Mo. Hays both experienced theirdriest July vantage of parent-teacher confereqc, a~._~iP~oed_ing 82/60, fined $168 and diver- in recorded history. Much of the state and to support educationafefforts. Be saD . fair and be consistent, but don't nag. If Andy B. Hodges, Springfield, Mo. endured temperatures above 100 de- grees for part of July and the entire a child fails to complete an assign- speeding82/60, fined $168. state has seen temperatures at or above ment, allow him or her to learn from Probate 100 degrees for an extended period in the consequences. Estate of Norman D. Johnson, de- August." ceased. Order of hearing. Due to changes in the qualification Limited Civil for emergency release, a county must Mankato Providian National Bank vs Daniel be listed as "D3-Drought Extreme" on L.BarnesandSandraS.Barnes, Court- the National Drought'Monitor to be ' land. Transfer from Republic County approved for emergency grazing. Marjorie David had hip surgery at a to lowell County 12th Judicial Court. Wichita Hospital Aug. 20. She may Served 1-21-03. get dismissed later this week. Register of Deeds Aug. 23,Tipton Oaks Country Club Alice M. Martin to Joseph G. Eilert held the annual 3-Lady Golf Tourna- and Karl S. Eilert. W I/3 of SE 1/4 of CCCC offers workshops ment on a very hot humid day. There Section 4. Township 5S, Range 8W. CloudCommunityCollege hastwo were 13 teams present. Jennifer Har- Adolph Eugene Wesselowski, workshops scheduled in September. Karin Wesselowski and Eric Steven "Hospital documentation"is set for ~es.s,IO.~ski,.~t9 .K~)~ty~.Wi=nkel. A Sept. 13 8.a~m. to 4:30 p.m.,at, the partofthe SE 1/4 of Sectrro-j25,Town- American Lutheran Church. Smith ship 4S. Range 8W. Center. Instructor will be Terry Sick. Barbara Kudrna and Geraldine RN,BSN, MSN. The class offers eight Aug. 24, Lebanon Country Club Lewis, trusteesoftheDelbertL.Lewis contact hours and one-half college held the annual 3-person golf tourna- Funnel Trust to Barbara Kudrna and credit. mont. There were 19 teams present. GeraldineLewis.tmsteesoftheDelbert "Becoming an effective leader: Cathy Dauner and Bob and Deanna L. Lewis Revocable Trust. All of See- strategies to enhance the leadership Freeman placed second in the second lion 5, Township 1S, Range 10W, ex- role" is Sept. 17 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, at flight with a score of 62. which is eight cept an undivided 24/1099 interest in Mitchell County Hospital. Instructor underpar. Mark Sawyer. Northbranch. the NE !/4 NE 1/4 there of; and the S will be Jenni Reling, MS, trainer and !/2 of Section 7, Township 1 S, Range consultant. The class offers eight con- 10W. Filed 8-22-03, tact hours and one-half college credit. i Svstems Engineer/Programmer K-State Research and Extension, Department of Communications invites applica. lions for a systems er~l.neerlprogrsmmer A bachelods degree tn computer Isekm.,e or ck)sely related field requiring a high degree of software design end programming expertise end a minimum one year expedence in designing, coding, testing and maintaining applica- tions programs and performing systems analysis in an appllcatlon environment Is required. Preference.will be give to applicants with Novall Netware, Windows Server. Oracle, and/or Microsoft SQL sewer experience. For a fu copy of the pos tion description, please visit htto://www.aznat.ksu.edu/main/ jg.l~.tll~. To apply: send letter of application; resume; and the names, addresses, tele- phone numbers and e-mail addresses of three references to: G na N xon Del~artment of Communications, 301 Umberger Hall, ManhattanKS 66506- 3402. Application review to begin September 15, 2003, , ,, ~ and will continue until position is filled. ~4~f~i~ll~ Kansas ~te Unlvenflty it an Equal Opportunity employer, KSU actively Neks dtve~Ity among its ern~oyees. child to achieve success. Doing so encourages a child to approach prob- lems self-confidently, instead of de- pending on parents. Smith calls the process "scaffold- ing" because it allows a child to work at a slightly hi~her level and resolve a Services Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, Long Term Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 HourEmergency Room Diagnostic ~ry, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardio~rams, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardian Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ......................................Internal Medicine and Pdmary Care Rina Mina, M.D. - Internal ~ed~c[~e and Pediafrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ............................................................................ Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D .......................................................................... Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C ............................................................... ;:... Family Practice Marilyn Dun~ton, A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 Rural Health Clinic Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Garden el:lubber Stamps Cal ,ure t, hoee eehO