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INTY RECORD Thursday, October 9, 2003 and Josh Bird were crowned homecoming royalty at White Rock High School Friday night. Attendants Calloway and Emily Cox. The ceremony took place prior to the football game. plant the former parking area to grass while considering other options for the area. Earlier this year the city purchased the 9,000 square-ff)ot store building and adjoining lot. The building's fu- replaces pmtdng lot store of Beileville has removed parking y' s former County Store. Current plans are to Mankato falls to NC, beats Kensington The Mankato Lady Cougars lost to North Central in 2 games 25-14 and 25-6 Sept. 30 at Mankato but defeated ture is still uncertain. On,possibility is Kensington in 2 games 25'21 and 25- Jewell-White Rock suffers first loss Jewell-White Rock suffered the first loss of the season losing to the Kensington Goldbugs 40-38 Friday night at Burr Oak. The first quarter put the Predators behind 20-8 and then Jewell-White Rock outscored the Goldbugs the other three quarters. Jewell-White Rock tightened the game by halftime to 26-16 and 32-24 by the end of the third quarter. Austin Pander and Garrett Levin each scored 3 touchdowns for the Goldbugs. Pantier scored on runs of 50, 12 and 2 yards. Levin scored on runs of 6, 23 and 79 yards, PATs came from a Levin run and a pass from Pantier to Levin. Kyle Ord scored for JewelI-White Rock on runs of 5 a 1 yard. Nick Mizner scored on a 65-yard run and by hauling in an 8-yard pass from Ord. Richard Shamburg scored on a i -yard run. PATs came from a Josh Bird run, a Shamburg run, a Caleb Ramsey run and an Ord run. Shamburg rushed 20 times for Jewell-White Rock and gained 86 yards. Ord carried the ball 12 times for 40 yards, Bird 11 times for 34 yards and Ramsey 5 for 37 yards. Ord went 7 for 21 passing for 130 -yards and.2 touchdowns. Ord was in- tercepted twice. Mizner had 6 receptions for 122 yards and Jason Shipley had I recep- tion for 8 yards. Jeweli-White Rock rushed for 219 yards and passed for 130 for a total of 349 yards and 12 first downs. Kensington rushed for 333 yards and picked up 20 more passing for a total of 353 yards. Defensively, Chris Hancock led in tackling with 9 solos and 3 assists. Ramsey had 7 solos and 4 assists, Ord 7 solos and 3 assists. Mike Wanklyn 4 solos and 6 assists and Chaz Crain 6 solos and 2 assists. Hancock had 4 quarterback sacks. Ramsey and Cole Modlin each had 2 and Crain, Bird and Ord each had 1 quarterback sack. .. Jewell-White Rock travels to/kgra a community center with seating for 23. ,.,,_,t2to take on the Eastern Heights Mus- 500 persons. North Central beat Kensfngton in 2 tangs Priday night.- games 26-24 and 25-16. School Homecoming royalty, crowned ai Friday night's True and Cortney Alexander. Fall Cnmsroads Gun show Colin, Cr~fts, Baseball Cards, Knives USSI a~!36 Highways Cross GUARD ARMORY ( On Highway 81) ruay- uay. oct. t s- z9 r, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $2 When a garment label warns "Dry Clean Only," believe it. !i We can endure life's wrongs be- cause we kr~ow God wi]l make things right. Mankato's Stuart Jensen (14} runs behind the blocking of Perry Colson (20) during Friday night's 20-18 loss to the Eastem Height Mustangs at Mankato Friday night. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Palmer Museum supporters will again sell the community birthday and anniversary calendars. Please contact Roberta Holdren, InezClarkor Shirley Varney for additions or corrections. Bera and Ken Hienlen, Dayton, Ohio, are visiting relatives in Jewell for a week. Darrell Andersons and Jerry Andersonsjoined the group for a visit at the home of Rosina Ander- son. Nathan Greene is in a Wichita hos- pital after an automobile accident near Beloit Saturday evening. Richard and Opal Brandon and Wanda Russell visited Erma God in Minneapolis. The funeral of Pat Lienberger, for- mally of Jewell, was Tuesday in Beloit. Pat and her husband, Red, resided on a farm south of Jewell for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fetrow, Wash- ington State, Barb Tatro, Beloit, and Roberta Holdren were dinner guests at the Gerald McAtee home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards of Illi- nois were here visiting Evelyn I I I Edward's for a week. Susan and I. T. Ott, formerly of Goddard, .have moved into the Don Gregg rental on Pearl Street. A baby shower was Saturday at Trinity United Methodist Church for Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Mayhew. Munroe and Kathleen Little visited Opal Loomis. They had attended the Ionia 50th class reunion. Ella Mae Rafferty, formerly of Mankato, is now a resident at Jewell Apartments. Kelsey Wright was honored with a baby shower Sunday afternoon at the Christian Church. Corn Show fever has once again hit Jeweil. Activities begin Thursday and continue through Saturday. White Rock girls lose to Shlckley, PV The White Reek girls lost to Shickley in 2 games 25-8 and 25-13 and then lost to Pike Valley in2 games 25-9 and 25,6 Sept. 30 at Burr Oak. Shickley defeated Pike Valley in 3 games 25-20, 17'25 ~ 15,6. Eastern Heights 20, Mankato Cougars 18 The Eastern Heights Mustangs beat the Mankato Cougars 20-14 Friday night at Mankato. Terek Wisinger scored on a 26- yard run for the Mustangs in the 2nd quarter. The conversion pass failed. The Mustangs were up 6-0 at the half. Nick Newell tied the score ~m a 3- yard run in the 3rd quarter. The con- version attempt failed. At the end of 3 quarters of play, the score was tied 6-6. Johathan Iman put the Mustangs ahead once more with a 4-yard run. Wisinger ran in the 2-point conver- sion. Perry Colson answered tbr the Cou- gars with a 14-yard touchdown run. Colson tied it again at 14-14 with his 2- point convczsion run. Wisincr then scored on an 8-yard run to put the Mustangs up 20-14 and Eastern Heights was the winner. Colson rushed for 90 yards tbr the Cougars and Wisinger had 86 for the Mustangs. Wisinger went 3 fbr 6 p~assing for 87 yards and was intercepted 1 time. Iman had 39 yards of recet~tions and Matt Atchison had 48 yards of recep- tions. Stuart Jensen was 0 for 12 passing and was intercepted I time. Mankato travels to Scandia Friday night to take on the Pike Valley Pan- thers. Children who participated in homecomin~l ceremonies at Mankato High School Friday Night are (not in orde0 ~n Basart, Luke Broeckelman, Kirsten Decker, Bayleigh Dunstan, Linsey Garrett, ~ysen Higer, Anna Menhusen, Dillon Rines, Taylor Rolls and Garrett Wagner. Illl I Ill I II ARE YOU LOOKING for a facility with HEART? Come join our team at CHEYENNE LODGE! RN POSITION available - three days per week 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. CNA POSITIONS available - Full and part-time on days and evenings Come see our small, home-like facility with a warm relaxed working atmosphere. Flexible scheduling with every other weekend required. Stop in and check us out ati 716 Cedar, Jamestown, Kan. or call and ask for Amy Sulanka, ADON, at 785-439-6211 Fall Fest Spedal: 10% any frame ordered during the month of October Located ~ Becker ~c, Heating & AC 109 E. Main St. Mankato, Kart ?hone: (785) 378-3689 Oge~ Monday-Friday a.m..Sp.m. Call Jill Klos at (785) 378-3149 to set up an appointment after store hours Come and see Second Hand at its Best! New Inventory Weekly: furniture stained glass glassware * jewelry household items and decorations Unique Treasures Closed Sunday through Monday Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 122 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. 785-738-8910 Register to win TWO tickets to the K-State vs. Baylor football game Saturday, Nov. 1 sportsored by Hearthind Bank To WIN, guess the total points of the lewell-White Rock vs. Pike Valley football game (at ]eweU on Friday, Oct. 17) Total Points (for a TIE BREAKER, how many points were scored by Jewell Must be POSIMARKED no later than Oct. lS ar returned to , Heartland Bank by Noon on Oct. 17! Name Street Adress City, State, 2~p Phone Number (VERY Importar~ll~) A levi w~ne~ ~1t be noll~d b/phonelo pid~ up ~ets ~ Hearll~d Bar~ 120 S. Was~, Jewdt, Kan, 66949 Any ~r~ ~ 0f ~ am ~11~ ~ ~ mail~lt0 thin (~0YEES Ai~ F/~IILIE8 0f H~'~ BI~ ~'e ~ to ~) .... Headland Bank m Heartland Bank 120 S. Washington, Jewell, Kan. Farmway Union Mankato, Kan. O~t. 13 through Oct. 18 Mankato .l(-Sr High Oct. 13: High School JV Football at Mankato vs. Pike Valle.v, 6 p.m. Oct. 14: High School Volley- ball at Smith ~'enter vs. ". Smith Center and Phillipsburg, 5 p.m. Oct. 16: Junior High Vollev- ball-I'~otfndl at Mankato vs. ttilh:rest-North Ce~ tr, I. ttigh School Cross Country at Downs, 4 p.m.. PTL. Oct. 17." High School Foot ball at Glet~ Elder vs. l,akeshte. 7p.m. Oct. 18: High School PTL Vet- leybao 7burnantent at M, nkato. Jewell Jr-Sr High ~Oct: 1.4: High School Volley- ball at Burr Oak vs. Lin- col n,, White Rock and dewell, 6 p.m., 7 p.m, and JV S p.m. Oct. 16: Junior High Foot- ball- Volleyball at Beloit vs. St. John's, Volleyball at 4p,m.; Football. 6:30p.m Cross Counto, at Lakesi,,' O t.cat4 I,.,n. . 17," ttigh School Foot- ball at Jewell vs, Pike I/~l- ley, 7 p.m. Homecoming. Oct. 18: PTL Volleyball Tour- nament at Mankato. White Rock Oct. 14: High School Volleyball ~'. Lincoln attd Jewellat Burr Oak. Oct. 16: Middle School Volleyball and f'ootball at St. John's (Beloit) vs. St. John 's-Tipton, 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m, Oct. 17: High School Football vs. Pike VallQ, at Jewell, 7 p.m. Oe7. 18: High School PTL Volleyball Tourname~t at Mankato. 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 Depositoryl Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan ; Depository, Drive Thru in Beloit, lVoice Response Unit, Internet III[Ir[ Member Access ................ ,