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, in decO~ middl;ii aw~ ca~dh~ son, ~i u ~ELL COUNTY RECORD On elected | Of 4-H council INelson was elected president [ County 4-H Council when met recently for a meeting. officers elected were Brennan ce president; Crystal Mitch- tary; Joey Buser, treasurer, ,n Peals, reporter. er business the group evalu- county fair and had several 'ndations for the 2004 event. ~nual 4-H achievement pro- ~. 26 at Mankato High School !'theme "Busy as a Bee in Thursday, October 9, 2003 i i i I I Ill Jewell County LTC Local and regional newspapers were read. Fall leaf door decorations, made from twine, craft foam and beads were made in craft class Morning coffee-social was attended by 17 residents. The second half of the "Gaither Hawaiian Homecoming" video was viewed. Pastor Robert Elwell held the Sun- day worship service with Janet Elwell assisting. Phyllis Hurd played the pi- ano, Roma Grout and Doris Kilts were guests. I --~l and a slide show on old toys, including trains, Kewpie dolls, monkeys and pedal cars. Helpers for games were Linda Crangle and Virginia Rightmeier. Guest players were Eva Sanders, Dor- othy Leonard and Eldine Nell. Resi- dents who won prizes were Mildred Thelander, Ruth Roe, Monsolete Trubey, Jane Myers, Jeanne Grout, Aletha Logan, Lcla Huntsinger, Irene McCorkl, James Decker, John Sipe and Jewell Sweet. ,u~'" ~tt Dooley andTracy Bohnert ' ~ ~.~ ~cees. y:amve :~ bfficer training is 2 p.m. Sun- ,,, .= ; -~ !e courthouse. Volunteers are eorintl~ ~evaluat Geary County 4-H ,.ars.... be ~t afternoon. Junior leaders tt wl~!. t~:~ ~at 3 p.m. to elect officers and ~mp~l~= ~ng orders for butter braids ~m sto~ ~ dou"h are avatl-.~ ru- omin events include tn nets nua~ ~ g an Fa " _ n dub day Feb, 21 d m- t,ers,_ ~ight is March 20 at Mankato ,S. Marr II, i ~oO1 ~ ~r exhibits were returned to garde " _~.~ for the meeting were Jacki ~ta~ Um~ackie Jerisen, Katelyn Pahls, Im" ,~ttnq[~,,roeckelman, Crystal Mitch- or g ]~ser, Jared Nelson, Brennan . . ._. Ashley Lorence, Theresa '... ~ leon, Lisa Boyle, y t~manl:~ ~a Lorence and extension 7/u~tl~ Deanna Sweat and Gary Melvin Shipley offered a trailer load of free pumpkin at the Esbon Octoberfest Saturday. Giving away pumpkin has been a tradition of Shipley's for several tthTn~its !t meeting is Nov. 9 at 6:30courthouse. ;ewell Trinity UMW Bible study was on Joseph. Old Visitors this week were Nancy songs, tongue twisters and jokes, dates McCorkle and Howard and Bobby to celebrate and book club were activi- Reed to visit Irene McCorkle; Lindsey ties. HOmemade cinnamon bread was Smith and Amanda Vrbas to visit Lla served. Exercise class and devotions were held. Wands Thummei and Ntis Bess Atwood, Odessa Homemakers mem- bers, brought old time items such as an iron, hand crocheted blouse, child's booster seat and hand woven material for Tuesday Happenings. : Wednesday's events were word games, music with Thadd Hinkle, Jew- f~ ell County Junior Miss contest video, Lutheran supper set for Oct, 22 The Lutheran Annual Fall Supper is Oct 22 at the church basement, Man- kate. Serving begins at 5:30 p.m. Home Huntsinger; Dorothy Borger to visit Ilene Alcorn; Vaffand Phyllis Smith to visit Ken We~; Hole Bess Atwood to visit Esther Herndon, and Roger Thelander to visit Mildred Tbelander. JC Friendship Meals ...... Oct. through Oct. 17 Monday: Tater tot casserole, mixed ,vegetables, wheat roll, grapefruit and oranges. Tuesday: Sloppy Joe, bull, pOtato soup, crackers, beets in orange sauce, ice cream. Wednesday; Roast turkey, gravy, baked sweet potatoes, green beags, roll, dressing, pumpkin crunch cake. Thursday: Barbecue meat balls, ~t years at the Esbon celebration. Above several carefully select a pumpkin. ~ delivery is offered. Look for the ad- scalloped potatoes, spinach cheese vertisement in the next issue of this ........ dle courthou,meeting Ma k L t h newspaper forthemenuandthetele_1 bake, wheatroll, apricots. Friday: Oven baked chicken, group tour Saltna n ate u eFan wol~en FCE plans annual phone number to cail for delivery,mashed potatoes, gravy, peas and car- h 74 q ilts fo relief rots, wheatroll, ambrosia. vers4-H?ub Members of Trinity United Meth- ~ i craft day Oct. 23 tdry-~'~o Eager Beavers 4-H odist Women,= Jeweil, went on a mis- rn s U ~ FinalplansforJewellCountyCraft Meals delivered by Christidn Women of Randall United Chris- Church. Callby 9 day of meal. Center pkinsc~:~~ September meeting with sion, tour to Salina recently to tour Day were discussed when Jewell Randall UCW complete quilts tree do_'~:~Vilson presiding. Roll call God s Garden near Solomon. she phone 378-3385. cation group met recently. 80s. ~red by" 12 members, five Paul Muller was the guide for the Mankato Lutheran women will fur- teers are needed to work at thethrift p County Family and Community Edu- tian Women met recently to complete tour which included more than 300 the bazaar Nov. Time for leaders 1. and two clover '~ Lutheran World Relief. Faryl Lange The Nov. 5th meeting will be astrations and displays. ~t~es .. montl~ ~e nish 74 quilts and 10 serving kits for Oct. 24. Craft day activities include demon- a queen sized quilt and baby quilt for I cool,~~ ~ rose bushes and many other plants. Guests were Gerry Joerg, Norma Each participant received roses from will take these items for Salina. thank offering Service. The group Demonstrations are by Shawn Clark, Ocie Miller and Noah Daniels. seato| collferences the garden. He witnessed that God had The group met recently with 8 voted to pay half the registration fee t ae, a c~. v~-~ of officers resulted in Sa- t. Colai~ being elected president. m ext~rs are Dustin Waite, vice ~ou c era Collins, secretary and disinfe~ AJ Eilert, treasurer; and withinJ~_ Dean, historian. :i~ill for the historians book was ~The group will run little kids lFall Feet. 4-H Sunday will be o!~ by attending the Catholic ~nd of It t~'orating a downtown win- c~ps Sl~. having a traditional pizza tmmti~l = group will participate in a ~lcast to promote 4-H, , Bauman, presented a health I fro~ ~ talk about West Nile Virus; ;unflo~ koeckelman had music ap- designed the garden and he did the planting and maintenance. Thirteen members and ~uests Twila Means and Natalie Wood, Solomon, participated in the tour. The women had lunch in Saline, present and 1 guest. Verla Houser and for first through sixth grade students to Janis McDill gave the devotions. Bar- attend Alumni Retreat at Ca~npTomah bara Thomas led the Bible study, "I Shinga near Junction City. The O~'~- Thank God for You!" ~"l~r lov~gift will be decided next month. Houser, president, presided at the Group members agreed to choose two business meeting. Lange received tick- names for Christmas gifts at long term then touredMorrisonHouse with Linda eta from the October Feet Committee Tysen, manager. She old about the~ for children's games and rides at the second house, which is not debt-free event Oct. 25. because of generous donations. People who are with patients in Salina Re- gional Medical Center use the house. At Ashby House, a homeless shel- ter. Kathy Allen greeted the group. Most of those in need are women and A new rack was received from the Gideons for display of cards and Me- modal Bible information. Tuesday Happenings Appreciation Tea is Oct. 14 in the activity room at the Jewell County Hospital at 2 p.m. care and to get a gift for Bemiece Shirley at Hilltop in Beloit. Hostess was Shirley Rudolph. State officers visit Legion groups New state and district Legion and Auxiliary officers visited in Mankato during the Annual American Legion Alva Tour. Hegemann, scrapbooking; Donna Silsby, silk screen dyeing; Linda Wood, luminaries; and Charlie Fischer, stained glass. Berneita McElroy's thimble col- lection and Fischer's stained glass will be on display. Crafts taught will be bead and wire candle holder, ceramics, Victorian or- naments, Santa, wool angels, gift wrap- ping and a no-sew table runner. Other items on the agenda.included areport by VelmaGarman that she had contacted fourth grade classes in the county m encourage students to par- ucipate in the annual FCE artwork and Fawna Barrett presented devotions fron~ Help, I'm Laughing and Can't Get Up. Hostesses were Norma Clark and Ocie Miller, serving forThelma Given. Junior Clio Club meets for supper Members of Junior Clio Club, Man- kate, met for a soup and salad supper recently with Marlene Brown and Davine Hughes as hostesses. Eleven members attended. New meeting time of 7 p.m. was approved. The next meeting is Nov. 3 at Farmway Credit basement. The pro- The first nine weeks of school is winding down and parent-teacher con- ferences for Mankato Schools are Monday, Oct. 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. and Friday, Oct, 24 from 8 a.m. to noon. This is a change from the original sched- ule. Mankato faculty and staff would like parents take the time to come to school and visit with their child's teacher. Available during the conferences will be information concerning the upcoming state assessment tests. Sample questions and answers as well as other information pertaining to the a. gram will been heirloom preservation, state mandated tests will be available. ~1 to ~i~ were Broeckeimans and children, but they have had single dadg The annual fall supper is Oct. 22. The group met with local members essay contest. with children and families. After pass- at the senior center. Doris Worm presided at the meet- Helen Ahlman presented a slate of , .... a: ........ r~, ....u,,,,elber~ malswitli~, ingalifeskiilscourseandgettingajob, ~ ...... : .... ~.,.~..,.~ ................ ~, ing. OtherspresentwereGarman, Betty officers for zouA. wmney snower row- ~th r~:-,-:~t r~esident. Lisa Valcome, Andreasen, Ivah Hoard, Nola Bess Learninlt ' -- residents move to an apartment nearby, tations for weddings are being sent out ~;'~'*~;,-~'V;,-" ~,~i,lent" Joe Atwood and extension agent Deanna filing Workers 4-H Club Allen explained her work and the man ................ - ....... tlp-nt~~rs of Formoso Willing ager spoke about rules, responsibili- for..Shawna. Dempsey, Danny Johnston, 6th District Vice Com- Sweat. tluntstnger ann JUStin bCalTOW. _a~_. r~ .... ~t,.;.. ..... n,~r~a,-t is ~aeg~g,Clubcelebra~d:National ties and needs of those who come to the . .,.,. ,~ manuel, ~,,,, ................... ,~ , ~" ~rk~y:talkingon~.the.rad~o eta .... house. ,. .... , Septem~kcrstttlhethriftshop merit Alt. N.E.C.; Mark FIe~t,.VA and l by. i~~n, KRFS. Making a-H At a business.meeldng held prior to were Karen Ross, Brehda Enyeart, R Wichita; Don white, opa~ Lame. at~ont~ were JoAnna and Jackie thetrip, amotion was approved to pay VerlaHouserandJeanieBlair. Volun- Charlotte Roe and John Bingham. ~t. ~ Iacki and Jami Bouray, mileagetothosewhodroveforthetrip. '~ * - l~ ad -of fi[e~ Audrey Gibson, Gideons Auxiliary ,~,~ ~ ~ t g a:~~" will be invited to the November meet- I~lIOOllt~g I~ Shop ing for a presentation. The group ap- 67th proved furnishing cups for KFC this Thr| ~ ds~i:ieyenne Nelson and with cards and letters to her at: ~.[ ~/~! Anniversary ,.~.=o~51F1" __ 802N. High, Mankato, Karl. 66956 'I'-: I ~FMemtbe;ht~)~e r;~n~d~of tohne- / Mankato, Kan trig ~ y, McCaela and y - . g . .. : _ .-.-__x_ -~ ~ ,,~_ ~_ _,,~ ~ -- '~- -~,~.? ~ent and Jami Bouray and cordta D~stnct Meeting.Oct. 18. The I""-~- " " ..... '- "- -- - -:' ...... ~helptll~ Jackie Jensen. The post- group approved purchasing OooKs for )r ~t in businesses in Formoso, the reading program. The group will trent tideland Superior. Five leaders present two programs for Tuesday I, psY~.;~ for these 4-H Week activi- Happenings at Jewell County Hospital ,e ~ . , . Long Term Care. . . shop !' II Aixl no would ki w it. \ for Lewis and Cleo Butts CLOSED 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19 Church of the Brethren Monday, Oct. 13 3201 Rochester Road Topeka, Kan. 66614 Cleo Butts of Topeka will be 90 on Friday, Oct. 17. Cleo was &housewife and active in the HDUwhile. her. children were at home. She worked for,. the State Department of Revenue and Human Resources for 14 years untd she retired in 1975. She and her husband, Lewis, live at 929 Silverstone Lane and will celebrate their 67th weddinganniversary on Tuesday, Nov. 11. ~'lr~ ~ ~ ~_~_~,~ ~d~~ The party will be hosted by their children' . , Y0e le ge = Love , . f Customer Ann f" " Days . :/i Jolm, Julie, nrisandJamie "=rrrectajn Sweden Creme Mankato, Kan. [~ks so much}0mY family and friends for the Monday through Sunday- Oct. 13-19 [igreat surpnseb~.rthday party and also for your $3 Hamburger Baskets || specaal music at church. 50 Off all other baskets and dinners Buy one large Sweden Swirl next one half price // REOPEN Friday, Oct. 17, 1-4:30 p.m. God Bless you all! Thanks to the many good people of lewell for helping" ,rewell Apartments. PatWilImeth, Bill and Becky and and Dan Daniels. A special for driving his pick-up to Mankato to people of ~ewell a~ "Shining for, your kindness to Oth~ Ella Rae Rafferty Rhonda Swiderski . " "Que'ntin and lande Jasmine Grace and . Waude Lyle Underwood Auction" 11 ' 1:00 p.m. Corn Show, Jewell City Park Jewell, K~,n, Breakfast served all day 10ng Call in orders welcome Open 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily - Phone 785-378-3419 As always, we appreciate your business Jewell County Farm Bureau Association AnnUal Dinner Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 22 6:30 p.m. Jewell High School Jewell, Ken. Meal: Roast Beef, Scalloped Potatoes, Corn, Dinner Roll, Dessert and DHnk Catered by: JeuMl High School Freshman Class . and Morris Hillman " Please RSVP by Monday, Oct. 20 by contacting the County office at 785'-378-361I "Kansas Farm Bureau-Helping Feed the World" I TE TH IU EATER Mankato, Kan. Showtime: 7:30 p.m. [ SEABISCUIT I This is the true story of a former bicycle repairman, I Chades Howard (Jeff Bridges), who made his fortune I introducing ~he automobile to the American West, I and who owned a small, knobbly-kneed horse called [ Seabiscuit, Howard teamed up With e haft-blind ex- I boxing prize lighter, Red Pollard (Tobey Maguire), [ who became the horse's jockey, end a former 'mus- t teng breaker". Tom Smilh ( Chris Cooper), who be- [ came the horse's trainer. Through the Great Depras- I sion, people followed the Seabiscuit story, leading to [ his wtn of the Horse ot the Year honors in 1938. Rated I PG-13 for some sexual situations and viotertt sDorls. tetsted images Oct. 10-12 IIr'''~al 785-378-3172 Thanks for a fun-filled Saturday evening and a great barbecue. The dedication of Kelley Park was grand. A group of friends who had a good time We would like to express thanks and appreciation to the Jewell Fire Department and to Jerry Roesti for their quick response in putting out our bale fire Thank You Jan and Bill Schumacher i II [ I Jewell ,ounty 27th Rnnual Fame btarket Saturday, Oct. 18- 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. National Guard Armory Mankato, Ken. Admission 75- 12 and older , Homemade Goodies Arts and Crafts /~ Lunch will # Contact 785-378.3055 for booth spacet!l