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!CORD COUNTY RECORD i i Thursday; October 16, 2003 oley, and inure r, ice will I!o Ionia High School graduating classes of 1951 through 1958 gathered recently for a reunion. Attending. row, from left) Roger Fedde, George Alcorn, Gerald Grasch, Ron Palmer, Ed Simmelink, Larry land Willard VanWey; (middle) Irene Reeker Schnorr, Patricia Stites Boden, Linda Sample Topliff, Phyllis Stites Bartley Gregg, Diane Menhusen Simmelink, Glenda Bartley Hiner and Shidey Colson Remus; Bowman, Glenda Ahlvers Funk, Donna Loomis Hollern, Coola Aronis File, Jo Boyer McCammon, Loomis Meyer, Kathleen Loomis Little, Carol Dietz Leonard and Lyle Wright. Not pictured is Rollyn Phillips. nia-school classes MankatoLibrary ,~cn~p~ - . offers new service fall reunion a 9:30 The Kan-Ed Network has purchased :hell five databases for use in libraries, ~i of 25 duates from the 1953, Glenda Ahlvers Funk,. Gamett, schools, businesses and private homes. realizati~1951 th~oubugugu~l~ 1958 of Ionia Glendolyn Bartley Gregg, Lawrence, Anyone with a Kansas library card hehereav#i~,~lattendeciarecentreunion Roger Fedde, Ionia, Gerald Grasch, will be able to access the databases approprialk ..... Decatur, I11., Kathleen Loomis Little, from home, work or any library in the Ip berea~lffoup went to Mankato for the CawkerCity,LyleWright, Ionia; 1954, state. A card is available at any library 'ffera~meal and further conversa- Donna l.Q. omis Hollem, Columbus, in the state, free of charge. he w~a~vany brought pictures of their Phylhs Stltes Becker, Belolt; 1955, Jo The databases include World Book" ;e .... i... Boyer McCarnmon, Mankato, Carol Encyclopedia, Proquest Heritage j~ tu D[lati~,. r lmses .... An_..., ..... ~_ ,hese Dmtz Leonard Mankato, Willard Van ~-w~J~.*:, t;=,~ ................... ' ...... Quest, Gale Literature Resource Cen- allirlg|nilil~ca IA are de~ea~e.d o way Jetterson, texas; lvao, L,arry ter, Gale lnfoTrac Custom Newspa- ),P~-~"~Ca~mon ~resenteclatnbu~: Ahlvers,Williamsburg,GlendaBartley pers and Proquest Nursing Journals. de-h-,~o~._e_t. . P . Hiner, Superior, Neb.,DianeMenhusen NewbooksattheLibrary:Betrayal, tanding ~emng nanquet Simmelink, Salina, Ed Simmelink, Beverly Lewis; TheBishop Goes to the :teflon ~ spouses were also present as __ "v~ine Maag Bowman, Salina, a Salina; 1957, George Aicom, Pasco, University, Andrew Greeley; Cube ~nl~,,~acher of many in the group. Wash., Shirley Colsor, Remus, Glen Route, PiersAnthony;HelloDarkness, ,v,,.vT_llithtfourth, fifthandsixthgrades Elder, Karen Loomis Meyer, Ionia; Sandra Brown; A Long December, in a n nt lt~m~'Grade School m 1946 whe 1958, Rollyn Phillips, Little River. Donald Harstad; The Perfec, Summer, Linda Sample Topliff. Emporia, Luanne Rice; The Snow Bride, Debbie ~'~18 years old. Also attending Patricia Stites Boden, Assaria. Macomber; Split Second, David ~le Reeker toughts an~l! Schnorr from the Baldacci; Stone Cold, Robert Parker. ~eiq~~g class of 1959. Computer classes begin on Oct. 20 ~attendingtheevent arelisted: Children's Sabbath and run through Oct. 24. Please come easup~], . . . . wakenth~la Aron,s File, Belo,t; 1952, event is Sunday to the library to sign-up. ~er, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Special Story Hour: The Tales for leetings~ Children s Sabbath will be ce~-- Tots Players will be at the library for a ebrated Sunday at 11 a.m. at Harmony Story Hour tomorrow (Friday)at 10:45; d the R ......... United Methodist Church, Mankato. They will present "The Magic Pouch a..~endshipMeals The event will focust~ntheneedsof Come and join the fun. ,,,---- Tone .!~_~ = children and on how people of faith Jed one o,~ ~ can respond through prayer, outreach, ; and lealtl 5t. 20 through Oct. 24 and advocacy. eess. Yoet ~ay: Spaghetti, tossed salad, The Children's Sabbath will en- .Mankato Weather have heel ~ead. hot spiced peaches, courage children, youth, parents, single adults and seniors to become involved Bill Wood, observer ,for Bell ~s Commit eday: Broccoli-cheese-chicken .'aekers, cranberry-apple salad, Vheat muffin. Inesday: Roast pork, mashed s, gravy, dilled green beans, roll, dressing, strawberry ba- latin. Oven fried chicken, seasoned cab- cake. Smothered steak, rice pilaf, vegetables, wheat roll, poke 0ct26 Mankato, Ksn. !$howtime: 7:30' p.m. 17,18and19 ,, 785-378-3172 to say ..... ~i you to all my and friends for : cards and visits my 90th Also to the StateBank the beautiful May God all of you. Winslow:-, so much ~yfriend.sfor }he surprise in the congregation and local commu- nity to assure children receive the sup- port they need to grow, learn and achieve their God-given potential. Guest is ventriloquist Alice Thomp- son from Heartbeat Pregnancy Center Beloit. The Harmony Handball Choir and the Harmony Chancel Choir will perform. Tuesday, Oct. 7 74 45 Wednesday, Oct. 8 72 57 Thursday, Oct. 9 74 51 Friday, Oct. 10 71 52 Saturday, Oct. 11 64 53 Sunday, Oct. 12 70 36 Monday, Oct. 13 65 37 Moisture for week - ,49 Total moisture for year - 24.77 Beloit, Karl. . ~J>~,~ Saturday, Oct. 25 -~ f .... 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ~ /'"?~)~ 70 Booths Sl Admission Sponsored by: Delphian Club of Beloit New Fall Sugar Shack Candles are (60 Different Scents) We also now have potpourri, refresher oil and candles warmer Call or stop by anytime - will deliver! Shop in the comfort of my home at 6et-&-Tan Linda Payne 704 N West SL Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3802 ,~ OPENHOUSE... Sunda Oct. 26 l to 3 p.m. to welcome Father Daryl Olmstead St. Theresa Catholic Church (in thebasement) 320 N. Commer~, Mankato, Kan. LUTHERAN CHURCH ANNUAL SUPPER Wednesday, Oct. 22 Serving 5:30 p.m. to ? Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Betty and Harold Brown went to Abilene Saturday to the Brown re- union. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhea, Utah, are visiting his sister, Florence Headley, who is back in long term care in Man- kate. Elsie Dafford accompanied her son to California to visit relatives. The former Morris Garage on Main Street is now owned by Rick and Marilyn Warneking. They, with the help of their siblings, painted the exte- rior during the weekend. Friends and relatives gathered at the cafe Saturday afternoon to wish Nelson Harris a surprise happy birth- day. Mary Modlin was greeter at the United Methodist Church. Kerry Waugh was home from K-State and sang a special"IBelieve." Lay speaker Dan Dempsey spoke on "The Rest of the Week." Lori Waugh was hostess to coffee hour. Guests in church were Gerry Waugh's aunt and uncle from Wichita. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harding, Manhattan, who were visiting her par- ents, Mary and Don Modlin. Pastor" Laura's husband, Roger Fricker, is in the Smith Center Hospi- tal. Iris Cosand's house has been sold to a hunter from Texas. Wanda Howard called on Hazel Korb. Callers on Gene and Marjorie Johnson were Lyle Reece, Mankato, Ronnie Burgess, Phillipsburg, and Wanda Howard. Frontier Day in Burr Oak Saturday featured a setting including two big teepees in the park. Other attractions were food. a barbecue lunch, chili contest, story tellers from Dispatch, violin and banjo music by Judy and Mike Donley and folks dressed fitting the occasion, marshmallows roasted over a small bonfire and a demonstra- tor making arrow heads. One of the teepees displayed an assortment of amphibian, s and wild life hides. Mark Finnell won the chili contest with his spicy recipe. This event was spon- sored by the library board and their volunteer workers as a fund-raiser. Hazel Korb and Sandie Korb were weekend guests of Larkie and Ed Searcy, rural Kenesaw. They all at- tended a first birthday party for Lucas Hanson. son of Robin and Paul Hanson, in Gibbon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rehmert, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. AI Stroh. Beloit, were Saturday dinner guests of Wanda Howard at a restaurant. The afternoon was spent visiting at Wanda's home. City of Mankato utility report Disconnects: Teresa Norris, 617 1/2 N. West; Carroll Everist, 210 N. Clinton. Connects: David W. and Linda D. Ault. 210 N. Clinton. In honor and remembrance of your loved one who died this Rast year. Everyone who has lost a loved one is welcome to attend. Sunday, Oct. 19 4 p.m. Hopewell Church Waconda Lake Glen Elder, Kan. Rev. Bruce Kecteand Rev. Dan Davis officiating - "Come and join us in this memorial service. Release a balloon in memory of someone you love. For more information, call Valley Hospice Solomon SOLOMON VALLEY. HOSPICE 310 W. 8th, Beloit, Kan. 67420 785-738-9221 Frasier's to celebrate 25th Anniversary "THEN...NOW...and FOREVER" OcL 21, 1978 - Oct. 21, 2003 Mr and Mrs, Douglas Frasier will celebrate their.25th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Burr Oak Fire Hall, Burr Oak, Ken. The program begins at 7:30 p.m. with the Lebanon Music Club presenting their show "Rock On". This is a collection of old rock and roll tunes, interspersed with comedy skits. Thiswill be followedby Nick-Levendofsky and friend, Elmer, a ventrilo- "quist act.After this,'fal~ily memberswill entertain musical. A(9 p.m. there will be a champagnetoast, cake, punch and a snack buffet. A dance with D.J., Brenda Flinn, playing rock 'n roll and country, will begin at 9:30 p.m. The event is host~ by the Frasiers' sons, Jason, Skylar, Joshua and Caleb, along with Marc and Michelle Davidson, niece to the couple. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO KI-I'END The couple requests NO gifts, but a donation to the Ronald McDonald House, near'the KU Medical Center in Kansas City. (Bringing a lawn chair is suggested) Doug and Wanda (Carper-Way} were married on Oct,,21 at the Christian Church in Lebanon, 'Kan. They were married by Wandas uncle(the Rev.. Donald Carper, San Antonio Texas. Attendants at their wedding were: Cheryl- Hubbard, Smith Center, and June Brummer, Beloit, sisters to the codple. Dale and Don Frasier were also attendants: .The Frasiers first resided in Mankato, moving to Burr Oak in 1979. They have lived at 1698 E~. Sta~ Street in ~u'rr Oak since 1980. They are owners of Frasier Construction and Main Street Market. Wanda serves the Burr Oak c0mmunity.aS Postmaster.and is a member of the USD No. 104 board of education. Sons, Jason, 26, and Skylar, 22, are both juniors at KU, Lawrence. Joshua, 21, is a junior at K-State, Salina, and Caleb, 17, is a senior at Wl~e Rock. High School. Wanda is the daughter of Elsie and the late Gerald Carper. Lebanon. Doug is the son of Richard and the late Margaret Frasier, Burr Oak. Jewell for Commission meets Jim Vaughan, Solid Waste Direc- tor, advised the Jewell County Com- missioners at Monday's meeting that $4,300.76 was received from Republic Paper Board for recycled materials. Vaughan also reported that KDHE sur- veyed the inside of the building last week. Linda Woeruer, health nurse, re- viewed the monthly activity report for September. She reported quarterly re- ports were completed, and the health department will work out a schedule to give flu shots to county employees. James Hedstrom, representing Cel- lular One, reviewed a proposal for cel- lu!arphone service to the county. Com- m~ssmners will discuss the cellular service with department personnel be- fore making a decision. Payroll dated Oct. 2 bills dated through Oct. 13 were paid. Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club met for September at Randall Church with Julia Hod presiding. Roll call. "Name your favorite teacher," was answered by 21 mem- bers. one leader and 11 parents. 4-H Sunday will be held at the Ran- dall Church Oct. 12. The Jewell County Achievement Program is Oct. 26 at the Mankato High School. ElectiOn of officers was held with these results: Julie Heel, lh~ident; Joey Buser, vice president; Briana Heel, secretary; Crystal Mitchell, treasurer; Rebecca Heel, reporter; Shelby Barrett, Brittany Joerg, Julie Heel, historians; Jacob Barrett, Caleb Ramsey, Zachary Spiegel, recreation leaders; Brittany Joerg, Patricia Cleary and Jerry Peters, safety leaders; Amanda Fleming and Ariel McCollough, song leaders; Devin Jones and Josh Buser, parliamentar- ians. Council representatives are Joey Buser, Crystal Mitchell, Mark Jones, Elaine Peters and Deanna Mitchell. A Halloween party is planned for Oct. 25 with a hayrack ride, collecting for UNICEF and a wiener roast at the Vetter Barn. Club member projects are displayed in adowntown window at Randall for National 4-H week. Briana Heel had a project talk on crocheting and a safety talk on cleanli- ness. Trenton Mitchell gave a club project talk on patriotism and a project talk on small hand pets. A demonstra- tion on making rope from yarn was givenbyPatriciaCleary. Shelby Barrett and Brittany Joerg finished the pro- gram with a song. Hosts were the Warren Joerg and Mike Ramsey families. .... Thank' you... Ill Thank you, Dr. Calderonl Dr. Rina Mina and Leon Hughes, p,A., i|[Ill 1|] of the Jewell County Rural Health Clinic and all the nursing, [II ][] technical and supporting staff at the Jewell County Hospital who ][] [|[ worked so hard the night of my medical emergency. A special I[] [[[ thank you to the Jewell County Ambulance crew who arrived so[[[ [|[ promptly and got me to the emergency room and on to Salina later. I|I [[] We are fortunate to have these facilities in Jewell County. Youll[ I|[ are the best[H Ill Ill L.E. Hancock and family Ill ~,~ Esbon, Kan. JJ) retire uger tan Lov Your famny Thank. you Jewell County[e~idents for your ,Sapl~e~-at-theiee~,eream!~, ial du~ir~ the Jewell Corn Show. We collected $321.12 in free will donations to put towards the IV fluid and blanket warmer for the, Jcwell County Hospital. LTCU A big THA~NK YOU to tke staff who d~nated homemade)ce c~a~h]"pies,, coQk]es ~and cakes Friends and staff and administration Jewell County Hospital- LTCU Jewe~ County Rural Health Clinic "If you're tired of [he same old buffet and the same old menu, come to The ]eweil where everything is freshly made[" " ~ ~ ~ ,, Winter, Hours Reminder of new hours Monday- Saturday .10, a~.m. ~o 2 p,m. 5 to 8:30 p.m. : ' "Sunday :30 a.m. to 2 p.m.-i---i "Closed Sundays evenings 10 " "Home"of the Best Pan Fried Chicken inoNorth Central Kansas J ewell "S. H,ghw~ 14 Jewell, Kan, 785-428-7999 Website has menu items listed: 1 ages