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RECORD Thursday, September 11,2003 [girls lose two Triangut Lady Wildcats lost 2 the Hillcrest-Cuba Trian- John's Lady Blujays de- in 3 sets 25-20, 16-25 went 14 for 15 serv- 4 ace serves. was 20 for 27 kills. Megan Wilson r 15 with 5 kills. went 74 for 78 setting and ger went 5 for 2 stuffs. defeated the Lady 2 sets 25-19 and 25-5. lurgess went 7 for 7 serving serves. 5 for7 spiking 32 for 32 setting and participates in the White Saturday. lose , NC Lady Cougars trav- to take on the 2entral girls. 2 matches in 2 25-9. North Central beat and 25-11. Cougars were able to as a team and con- ace serves. the scoring leaders Everhart who served 11 of 1 ace. Nicole Jeffery ;h served 5 for 5 ; each. Jaci Jeffery served 6 "6 and 1 ace. Sara 4 for 4 serving for 4 ,is Wilson went 3 for 3 ded Mankato hitting going 9 kills. Brooke 'Diamond kills. As a team, on 52 of 9 kills. and Everhart set the and had a com- sets in 69 attempts Christie and Everhart for theLady Cou- be Sept. 13 at the Smith gept. 16 when 'hosts Jewell and Southern Ernst 5th Invite Brett Ernst came in 5th 3' Invita- 4. Ernst ran the 3.1 mile Mankato runners were 19, 20:28; 21, Jason Flavin, 20:43 and 29, 21:46. " girls, Megan 14:50,TamiRoesti's 17:43. News are available for loans to to build or upgrade farm handling facilities. The t loan term is seven years. amount is 85 percent of needed storage or equipment not to exceed "for each borrower. A 15 payment shall be made :ant to the supplier or the loan is disbursed. -$50;000 require a BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 marked off with red nail your gard.en trowel conve- It looks like Mankato's Adam Badger (34) is about to recover the football. The Jewell-White Rock Predators defeated the Mankato Cougars 26-6 Friday night at Mankato. "4 Jewell-White Rock beats Mankato 26-6 The Jewell-White Rock Predators claimed bragging rights for a year by handing the Mankato Cougars a 26-6 defeat Friday night at Mankato. Jewell-White Rock scored in every quarter. Mankato did not score until the final quarter. Richard Shamburg opened up scor- ing for the Predators in the first quarter with a 3-yard touchdown run. Nick Mizner hit Matt Winkel in the end- zone for the 2-point conversion. In the second quarter, Shamburg broke loose and scored on a 60 yard run. The PAT attempt failed. The Predators took a 14-0 lead into the locker room at the half. Shamburg scored his third touch- down for Jewell-White Rock in the third quarter on a 30-yard run. The PAT attempt was no good. Mankato's only score came on a II Entrance at Jewell --Tewe11 School nearly done Members of USD 279 Jewell-Ran- By Roberta Holdren dall board of education viewed a video " at Monday's regular meeting showing After working eight years at progress of the new air-lock entrance Lovewell Lake during the summer at the high school, months, Jack and Jeanine Seamans Produced by Ashley lfienberger, a have retired. Sunday they left for member of the broadcasting class, the video covered the work durihg a weeks' time. The project, done by school em- ployees, should be completed next week. The completion cost should be about 50 percent of the lowest bid fro~ contractors Air lock entfi.gs have been made at the rear doors near the audito- rium as well. Jeff Travis, principal, gave a powerpoint presentation on the Kan- sas School Report Card for this dis- trict, which showed Jewell students performed well above the requirements in reading, science and math. Superintendent Ron Kelley's report contained these items: Explained features on education to 30-yard touchdown pass from Stuart Jensen to Cort, ney Alexander. The con- version attempt was no good. Shamburg rushed 124 yards for the Predators. Perry Colson ran for 66 yards for the Cougars. For the Predators, Mizner Went 1 for 9 passing for 20 yards and Brant Beam went 1 for 4 for 40 yards. was 3 for 14 for 42 yards. Mizner was the top receiver for the Predators with 45 yards. Alexander was Mankato top receiver with 45 yards. Jewell-White Rock travels to Beloi t Friday night to take on .St. John's- Tipton. For the Cougars, Jensen was 4 for 6 Mankato travels to Glasco to take passing for 50 yards and Alexander on the Southern Cloud Warriors. Jewell girls go 1-4 at Lincoln Tourney The Jewell Lady Wildcats came up with I win and 4 losses at the Lincoln Tournament Saturday. Using rally scoring, Jewell's only win came against Ellsworth when they defeated the Lady Bearcats in 2 sets 25-21 and 25-17. Given and Roberta Holdren attended the funeral of Paul Breen in Delphos. Munroe and Kathleen Little, Cawker City, visited Opal Loomis. Lubbock Texas where their daughter, Esther Boehner, Beloit, visited Lori Crumrine, will have .surgery,-----Kmma-Fobes and Betty Wilson. Brad Sheltons, Garden City, their parents Frank and Thelma Shelton. Mary Foley, Salida Colo., and Geneva Garman, Burr Oak, visited Thelma Shelton. Jenil and Greg Turek, Wood River, Neb., announce the birth of twin boys on Sept. 2. They have been named Logan, who weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces, and Clayton, who weighed 6 pounds, They have a brother, Tyler. Grandparents are Coni and Dennis Grennan, Columbus. Great -grandpar- ents are Jeanine and Jack Seamans, Jewell. Charlotte Hansen attended her grandson's tenth birthday party in be presented at future board, meetings. Jamestown. B~. ~d members we(e encouraged Kenneth :~'~i'le MC~0tire, Lomita, to attend Smoky HdlsF~l Co,op sLeg- Calif., died Sd~t. 4. K~nneth and his islativeLuncheoninSalinaandKASB parents were one-time residents of Convention. Scott Lienberger was J'ewell where his father operated a ga- Gerald and Marie McAtee attended the Boomer and Foerschler wedding in Salina. Phil and Patty Collie from Arizona are visiting his sister, Betty James. III Mankato m Guests at the home of Butch and Betty Thompson were their children and grandchildren: Richard and Pam Thompson, Claflin; Tats, Amy, Bran- don, Taran and Stephanie Kerst, Ama- rillo, Texas. They celebrated Stephanie's second birthday and at- tended the annual Labor Day picnic at the B-T Ranch. About 45 family and friends were present for eating, pitch- ing horse shoes, playing volleyball, pitching washers, shooting blue rock, playing baseball and enjoying the fall weather. elected delegate to that convention. Five Russian students and a teacher arrive Sept. 18. Most of the host fami- lies have been secured. Host families will receive a stipend from the district to defray pan of the extra expenses. Amendments were made to meet- ing schedule: Oct. 6 meeting changed to 8:30 p.m.; Jan. 5 meting changed to Jan. 12. Most of the district's computers, including laptops, were hit with a vi- rus. which was corrected by Robert McCreight. technical director. Nine student laptops were taken away for a week because of non-serious irregu- larities by the students. School policy ts to have laptops randomly checked during the year. Not all homes have the Internet connection with the school by Cunningham Telephone crews yet. A transportation request from USD 272 was approved and other routine business was handled. All board mem- bees were present. the J.ew..ell qunty ransporlauonLImO and let us do the driving for you! Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. 11, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. towns served: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. Jewell, Randall, Beloit, pn. 2, towns SE Burr Oak/North Branch is served daily within Mankato and also in the above listed trips. for further information. minimum number of reservations have not been made. rage. Roberta Holdren visited the Edwin Holdrens, Montrose. Opal and Richard Brandon visited Irene Goff, Ilene Alcorn, Doris Abram and Howard Mahin in Beloit. Merlyn Menhusen was a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital this passed week. Richard Wilson, Salina, visited his mother, Betty Wilson, and grand- mother. Emma Fobes. Nell and Martha Lienberger, Loretta Elniff, Celcia McMillan, Thelma FOR SALE: 1972 Hillcrest Mobile Home Two bedroom, one bath with ~ppliances. $2,000 O.B.e. Call: 785-647-8351, Vet rep visits Sept. 24 Russell A. Sharff, Veterans Em- ployment Representative. will be in Mankato, Sept. 24, 9:30 to I 1:30 a.m. at the courthouse to work with all vet- erans seeking employment in the pub- lic or private sector. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appolnb'nent or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.dsvesgunshop.net i Never Clean Your Gutters Agairfl" Call for professional installation from your trained Gutter HeLmet dealer. Free estimates available. The Orlglnal and Still ~e Best GutterHelmet, GUTTER PROTECTION SYSTEMS SUtVIIVIER SPECIAL 15% OFF WITH THIS AD TH.RU 9-30.-O3 GUTTER HELMET OF KANSAS 1-800-916-7344 i1 III ws a NIUA B~kCIt PA~ at ~e LIED SUPER SCREEN! Hillcrest and Bennington defeated Jewell in 2 sets. Against Hillcrest, it was 25-7 and 25-17. Aga.inst Bennington, it was 25-15 and 25-7. Jewell took Lincoln and Beileville to 3 sets. Lincoln defeated Jewell 16-25, 26- 24 and 15-12. Belleviile beat Jewel120-25, 25-14 and 15-10. II I Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Don, Jan and Andrea Keeps. Passage Sunday morning was Gen- esis 2:15-17 and 3:16-19. Theme Sun- day morning was "A Biblical View of Work." Passage Sunday evening was I Peter I: 14-16. Theme Sunday evening was "Fill Thou My Life, O Lord, My God." Mr. and Mrs. Ken Nyhoffand fam- ily, Denver, Colo., visited the Merle Nyhoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Alffard, Kansas City, Me., and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Busenity and family, Whitewater, visited the Walter Schoens. Happy birthday to: Verena Hofer, Sept. l; Robert Cordel, Sept. 3; Marga- ret LaDow, Sarah Keever, and Ruth Tanis, Sept. 5. 'Happy anniversary to Marion and Melannie Schlatter, Sept. 2. Calvin Schultz and Margie Briney were married Aug. 30. Passage Sunday morning wa~, Corinthians 10:14-17 and 11:23-29. Theme was "Why Have Sacraments?'~ Passage Sunday evening was Luke 22:39-46. Theme was "Holiness Dem- onstrated by Jesus." Mr. and Mrs. John Besnette, Downs, were church visitors Sunday morning. Happy birthday to Luke Rust, Sept. 12 Happy anniversary to Jack and Judy Gracey, Sept. 12. I School Menus ii iii Mank~to Elemen~ry Monday: Pork pattie, cheesy pota- toes, peas, bread, milk, applesauce. Tuesday: Beef and noodles, mashed potatoes, corn, muffin, pears, milk. Wednesday: Chef salad, shredded cheese, hard boiled egg, grapes, crack- ers, milk, chocolate cake. Thursday: Spaghetti, meat sauce, coleslaw, garlic bread, peaches, no bake cookie, milk. Friday: Fish shapes, French fries, green beans, bread, bananas, animal cracker, milk. Mankato Jr-Sr High Monday: Pork steak fritter, bun, tater tot, carrots, pears, milk, sugar cookie. Lisa Schwerman went 34 for 34 Tuesday: Fish shapes, mashed po- serving. Emily Burgess was 44 for 49 - tatoes, green beans, cornbread, milk, fruit cocktail, monster cookie. with 8 ace serves. Ashley Lienberger went 43 for 55 spiking and had 17 kills. Jaime Sanborn was 215 for 216 setting and had 37 set assists. Jewell participates in the White Rock Tournament Saturday. Wednesday: Smothered burrito, rice, lettuce, fruit, milk, grahams. Thursday: Pizza, lettuce, peas, milk, cherry shortcake. Friday: Turkey sandwich, potato chip, corn, apples, caramel, milk. i i i! i ....... "~ ! ' This~W~ek'S report fromthe, ;,., .. ,;., "~ " Mcm~ato ~tock omshdon o,, I~, 10 Black heifers 545 $99.00 14 Black steers 450 115.00 12 Black steers 585 106.75 14 Black steers 595 106.25 13 Black steers 360 120.00 20 Black steers 590 105.50 12 Mixed steers 490 109.75 19 Black heifers 565 104.75 16 Mixed heifers 595 97.50 10 Black heifers 540 9.8.00 Consigned for Sept. 12 20 Black heifers, OCV, 900 Ibs; 18 Black heifers, 750 Ibs;34 steers & heifers, 700-800 Ibs. 19 Black heifers 465 108.00 12 Mixed steers&bulls 485 113.00 9 Mixed bulls 326 122.00 7 Black heifers 825 88.50 9 Black steers 890 96.00 111 Mixed heifers 730 93.50 10 Red cows B.H. 750.00 11 Black cows B.H. 650.00 11 Mixed cows B.H. 600.00 Weigh cows up to $51.00 Randall Elementary " Breakfast Monday: Cereal,donuts,juice, milk. Tuesday: Sausage, pancakes,juice, milk. Wednesday: Egg cassette, toast, juice, milk. Thursday: Ham, toast, hash browns, juice, milk. Friday: Scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, juice, milk. Lunch Monday: Hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, peas, rolls, apricots, milk. Tuesday: Hamburger noodle cas- serole, green beans, rolls, oranges, cookies, milk. Wednesday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, rolls, strawberries, milk. Thursday: Ham and cheese pock- ets, spiced wedges, mixed vegetables, fruit cocktail, cookie, milk. Friday: Pot roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, cornbread peaches, milk. This newspaper available on'the internet at http//www.superiorne.com ]~ Farmway ~r'Credit Union Mankato Mankato Jr-Sr High Sept. 15: High school JV football vs Southern Cloud at Mankato, 6 p.m. Sept. 16: High school vol- leyball vs Jewell and Southern Cloud at Mankato, 4 p,m. Sept. 18: Junior high volley- ball/football at home vs St. John's at Mankato. High school cross country at Smith Center, 4:30 p.m'. Sept. 19: High school foot- ball at Cuba vs Hillcrest/North Central 7p.m. Sept, 20: High school vol- leyball tournament at Belleville, 9 a.m.. Jewell Jr-Sr High Sept. 15: JV football at Jewell vs St. Johns, 6 p.m.. Sept. 16: High school volleyball vs Mankato, Southern Cloud at Mankato, 6 and 7, JV 8. Sept. 18: Junior high volleyball at Tipton, 5 p.m. High school cross country' at Smith Center, 4:30 p.m. Sept. 19: High school football vs Southern Cloud at Jewell, 7p.m. Parents night, 6:30 p.m. White Rock .... : .... ,, Smpt. 15::l-ligh school JV football vs St. John's at Jewell, 6 p.m. Sept. 18: Middle school volleyball at Tipton, 4 p.m. Sept. 19: High school football vs Southern Cloud at Jewell, 7p.m. Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, American Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Dedtctlons, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Li[e Savings Insuranoa, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Response Unit. Interact Member Access. 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