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?. Thursday, Octobre 16, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORDd I I [~1 Farmway L~ Credit Union Mankato, Kan. 6cL 20 t ugh OcL 2S Mankato Jr.Sr High Oct. 21: High School Volleyball Regional. Oct. 23: Junior High Volleyball- Football at Miitonvale vs. Southern Cloud, 5 and 6:30 p.m.. Oct. 24: High School Football at Mankato vs. Kensington, 7p.m. Oct. 25: Sub-state Volleyball and Regional Cross Country. Jewell Jr-St High Oct. 21: Regional Volleyball. Oct. 23: Junior High Football- Volleyball at Burr Oak vs. Lakeside. Volleyball, 3 and 5 p.m. Football 6:30 p.m, Oct. 24: High School Football at Cuba vs. Hillcrest-North Cen- tral 7.p.nt Oct. 25: Sub-State Volleyball. Re- gional Cross Country. White Rock Oct. 21: High School Regional Volleyball. Oct. 23: Middle School Volley- ball and Football vs, Jewell and Lakeside at Burr Oak, 3, 4 and 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24: High School Football at Cuba. 7 p.m. Oct 25: High School Sub- State Volleyball. 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 Depositor/, Direct ~s and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Sham Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thin in Beloit. Voice Response Unit, Interact Pike Valley beats framers compete at Bellevllle, Beloit, RC Mankato VB Invite Mankato 44-14 Mankato cross country runners The Mankato Lady Cougars de- feated the Tipton girls in 2 sets 25-18 competed at Belleville Sept. 25, Beloit and 26-24 in the consolation game of the Mankato Invitational Saturday at Mankato. In the championship game, Stock- ton defeated Logan in 2 sets 25-21 and 25-16. The results of the early matches on Court A: Mankato defeated Southern Cloud in 2 sets 25-20 and 25-15,Tipton defeated Kensington in 2 sets 25-9 and 25-13, Mankato beat Kensington in 2 sets 25-18 and 25-19, Tipton beat Southern Cloud in 2 sets 25-13 and 25- 15, Tipton beat Mankato in 3 sets 25- 19, 21-25 and 15-3 and Kensington beat Southern Cloud in 2 sets 25-13 and 25-17. The results of the early matches on Court B: White Rock defeated Bel0it St. John's in 3 sets 26-24, 19-25 and 16-14, Stockton defeated Logan in 2 sets 25-22 and 25-13, Stockton beat White Rock in 3 sets 25-20, 25-27 and 15-6, Logan beat Beloit St. John's in 2 sets 25-13 and 25-15, Logan beat White Rock in 2 sets 25-17 and 25-15 and Stockton beat Beloit St. John's in 2 sets 25-13 and 25-13. In the semi-finals, Logan beat Tipton in 2 sets 25-13 and 25-21 and Stockton defeated Mankato in 2 sets 25-I 1 and 25-23. Stockton won the tournament. Logan took 2rid. Mankato was 3rd and Tipton 4th. rn on came at the The Pike Valley Panthers beat the Mankato Cougars 44-14 Friday night at Scandia. During the let quarter, no scoring occurred but then the Panthers exploded for 22 points in the 2rid quarter, added 6 more in the 3rd and tacked on 16 in the final period of play. Mankato never got on t~e board until the 4th quarter. Kade Odell racked up 3 touchdowns in the 2rid quarter for the Panthers. Odell scored on a 1-yard run. Eric Isaacson ran in the 2-point conversion. Odell scored on a 7-yard run. The PAT attempt failed. Odell scored on a 3-yard run. Eric Isaacson ran in the extra points. At the half, it was 22-0, Panthers. In the 3rd quarter, Brock Hanel intercepted a pass and returned it 8 yards for atouchdown. The PAT failed. Eric Isaacson ran in a touchdown from 2-yards out in the 4th quarter. Odell ran in the 2-point conversion. Then, Tyler Clark scored on a 48-yard run. Drew Mahin ran in the extra points. Mankato finally scored when Cortney Alexander hauled in a 10 yard pa~ from Stuart Jensen. The conver- sion attempt was the same formula. Jensen hit Alexander for the 2-points. Mankato's 2rid touchdown came on a 10-yard pass from Jensen to Socorro Fernandez. The conversion attempt failed. Mankato 2nd Annual Ch Cash prizes for: People's Choice o Judge's Choice Entdes due no later than Friday, Oct. 24 No Entry Fee for Early Entree Zip: Perry Coison led the Cougars with 53 yards on 15 carries. Nick Newell had 31 yards on 12 carries, Jensen had 20 yards on 8 carries and Adam Badger had 38 yards on 8 carries. The Cougars picked up 5 first downs. Mankato rushed for 156 yards and passed for 70 more for a total offensive output of 226 yards. Alexander had a reception for 10 yards and Fernandez had I for 15 yards. Trenton Webb led the defense with 10 solo tackles and 12 assists. Newell had 8 solo tackles and 13 assists, Colson had 6 solos and 9 assists, Badger had 2 solos and 7 assists and 4 solos and 8 assists. Jensen went 5 for 14 passing for70 yards and 2 touchdowns. Pike Valley coach Don Melby said, "We made some points off turnovers twice that were big points in the game. We also played well defensively with our first unit." Melby continued,"Mankato played very hard and with a lot of passion. They are young but I thought they played very well for most of the time. They made us work for everything we got and never gave up." Melby analyzed his defense and offense and said, "Defensively, we played well with the first unit but gave up a couple of late drives with the second unit. Overall, we played better this week. Offensively, we are still not consistent and show some good and some bad things. We still need to im- prove quite a bit to move to the next level. We are improving and showing signs of becoming much better. Odell carried the ball 19 times for 19 yards, 3 touchdowns and 1 PAT. Tyler Clark rushed 4 times for 67 yards and 1 touchdown. Isaacson had 13 carries for 37 yards, I touchdown and 2 PATs. Odell was 5 for 11 passing for 118 yards. Brandon Isaacson had 2 receptions for54 yards, Eric Isaacson had 2 for45 yards and Drew Mahin had I for 19 yards. Kyle Anderson had 9 solo tackles and 5 assists, Adam Swanson had 7 solos, 6 assists and 1 interception, Aaron Strait had 3 solos and 10 assists, Hanel had 2 solo, 6 assists and 1 inter- ceptton and Mahin had 2 solos and 5 Oct. 2 and Riley County Oct. 1 !. Brett Ernst improved his time each meet. Ernst ran to an 1 lth-place finish at Belleville in 19:08; to a 9th-place finish at Beloit in 18:27 and to another 9th-place finish at Riley County in 18:14. Belleville results were as follows: Brett Ernst 19:08, Greg Zadina 20:36, Jason Flavin 21:05; Stuart Jensen 20:20; David Harris 21:03; Aaron Melby 20:57; Tanner Bartholomew, 20:23; Paul Jensen 21:26 and Robert Whelchel 21:27. In the girls' division, Meghan Warne ran a 14:44, Tami Roesti 15:30 and Liz Wilson 16:52. Beloit results were as follows: Ernst 18:27; Zadina 19:52; Flavin 22:03; Jensen 20.:22; Harris 21:01; Melby 20:07; Bartholomew 19:40; Jensen 21:35 and Whelchei 24:06. In the girls' division, Warne's time was 14:35, Roesti 16:10 and Wilson 16:26. Riley county results were as fol- lows: Ernst 18:14; Bartholomew 19:17; Zadina 20:42; Harris 20:20 and Jensen 21:09. In the girls' division, Warne ran a 14:22, Roesti 15:27 and Wilson ! 5:57. Dispatch - By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Bob, Lynn and Melissa Koops. Passage Sunday morning was Acts 15:1-21. Theme Sunday morning was "What Does It Take to Be theChurchT' Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 33:18, 35:29. Theme was "The Hard Road of Holiness." Jan Clark, Unionville, Mo., visited Tony Rotman. Helen Walter and Jane Morelos, Downs, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leegwater, Walnut Creek, Calif., were church visitors Sunday evening. Happy birthday to Allen Sumpter, Oct. 18. Happy anniversary to Allen and Helen Sumpter, Oct. 18. A shower of rain came Saturday morning. We regret that Josh Hancock, White Mankato Vesta and Sidney Dillinger returned from a vacation in southwest Missouri. They went to Iola where they stayed overnight. They drove on to Pittsburg for lunch with two grandchildren, Micah Dillinger, a student at the uni- versity there, and Camila North and her husband, David, and son, Thomas. They drove to Kimberlin City, Mo., where they have a time share in a condominium. Sunday they went to the United Methodist Church where they attended a class for senior citi- zens. They attended a worship service, a blend of contemporary and tradi- tional order of worship. They attended shows at Branson went to the Passion Play at Eureka Springs, Ark. At Bolivar, Mo., where Sidney lived for several years, they attended worship service and the senior citizens Sunday School class. Later they attended the Mt. Gileas United Methodist worship where a friend of Sidney's is pastor. Monday Sidney attended the Optimist Club.They planned to circle around Kansas City and connect with Inter- state 70, but because of road work, took Highway 29 to St. Joseph. They got to Hiawathia where they spent the night, coming on home Tuesday morn- ing. Nancy Cortner and friend Gloria, Fort Worth, Texas, visited Nancy's mother, Charlotte Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schott, Leavenworth, are visiting Ruth Roe. GueSts at the home of Jon and Rosalie Menhusen recently were Jan (Menhusen) and Ken Smock and David Smock, all of Manassas, Va.; and Rob, Cassie and Sammi Smock, Centreville, Va. They also visited at the home of Phil and Lori Menhusen and Anna. While here, Sammi, hospitalized. Jan is a a 1962 graduate of Mankato School. The,. ily their aunt, Jatmita Cox, played golf on the Mankato Course. They attended the MIlS ball game Frida) Menhusen was ( carried the crowns for the ing attendants. ters and families in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Don Colin visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick They attended the corn ties in Jewell. GlennHajn] ited Joan Kerry Gerry, K-State fall break. Gerry, Lode, Dick Waughs James and Carol Lamb were! Oct. 11 for Opal at the Buffalo Roam. Guests Mary and Gary Kitterman Park; Carol Anne Rettzo, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erin Renee, Wichita, and Stephens. Evening visitors home Tampa, Texas, Topeka. were hosts for the family Critters. Rex and Thelma Freeman, sons and daughters-in-law Wichita recently Courthouse News Jewell County Traffic Justin Hanson, Ute, Iowa, 70 hour driving violation, fined $110. Zachary Colson, Mankato, speed- ing 80/60, seat belt violation, fined $160. Nicholas Rhodes, Junction City, speeding 77/60, fined $132. Delbert Stevenson, Mankato, fail- ure to yield, fined $120. Guy Cash, Mankato, overweight MemberAoeass. ~ assists. Rock's homecoming king was 2,500 pounds, fined $185. incorectly identified in last week's Daniel Barnes, Courtland, no seat [ Look g '" ' I ,a r for additi T.V. tnogtanm ng. - , ...... I Lk n h~rthe~ Cunnin~ Cable lm what YU re l~ldng fr' I INVITED NOTICE,. I I | CRAFT DAY & QUILT @ TO JEWELL CiTY RESIDENTS I . * On-screenT.V.guide. Mov/ePh~xesga/oreI l Thursday, .Oct. 23 ~ JK Persons interested in filling the unexpired City I This is in addition to the 60 analog channels offered on our Analog Basid Wowl[[I II~lk~dl~rld"C~Zunity'/'~a"/eCenter Jewell, Kan. ~l i~l "II Council position should contact thg, City Office by I over 160 channels available andyoudo ....:~ ! " . ,~.;aratts,.~,~,7,p~m. NO~'~ n-ed: a dish on your house to receive I' Demonstrations--2:30' 3, 3:30, and 4 p.m, I " Monday, Nov. 3.iMuSt live in the city limits) Ii Digital World from Cable! I so.. 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Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 INSTANT INTERNET .,ACCESS VIA SATELLITE available anywhere Contact Attention: I-Iuman Resources JEWEIA. COUNTY JUNIOR LFADERS 2003 FAu FUNDRAISER Butter Braids: Frozen pastry dough...$7 each Gourmet Cookie Dough: * 3-pound tub...$8 each * 2.75-pound tub...$9 each Classic Candles: * 16-ounce,135-plus hour burning... $14 each 26-ounce, 200-plus hour burning...$18 each Orders due Sunday, Oct. 26 * Delivery Sunday, Nov. 9 Contact any of the following members: Mon#ato-Dustin Waite, Sarah Bauman, Clara Collins; Formoso:Jared and Jason Nelson, Crystal Mitchell; Randa/l'Jerry Peters, Caleb Ramsey, Devin Jones, Patricia Cleary, Briana and Julie Hoel; Court~and'JoAnna and Jackie Jensen; Superior." Laura Hams, Ranae Oat, Jami and Jacki ,Bouray; We~per.-Brennan Boyles; Jewe//:AJ Eilert, Josh and Joey Buser Sweden Creme Mankato, Kan. Monday through Sunday- Oct. 13-19 $3 Hamburger Baskets 50 off all other baskets and dinners Buy one large Sweden Swirl next one half price Breakfast served all day long Call in orders welcome Open 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily - Phone 785-378-3419 As always, we appreciate your business Dick's 111, Fur#it#re./Im#lia#e 106 N. Commercial Street. Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3123 James Waltke, $90. Erin German, Burr Oak, 80/65, fined $120. Accidents Oct. 10 at approximatel on a Jewell County road north from Webber, DavidDald,( land, driving a 1993 Ford turning right, up the brakes causing to lock up striking the Dodge driven by Wayne Mankato. The ofcenter. Noinjuries. Accident tigated by Ost. Oct. 11 at approximatel, Rebecca Robison, 1999 Pontiac, hit a deer. No Accident investigated by Alley. ages over $5~: ..... @Hmhml ~ Alvin J. Arnold, moved the for an order allowing his right to a jury trial and have tl~d tried by die court. Laflin entered a guilty ant to K.S.A. 22-3429 and transportation to the curity Hospital prior t Learning Ou~* is the to you by Kansas State Treasurer, LynnJenkimb CPA, Managed by American Century" Investments, it offers a way to invest for higher education expenses with the potential for tax benefits. Contact your flnanclal advlsor or call .1-U6~26-7283 Mminim~ h, r,m~ sa~ r~n~r Lyre l~d~, Cm. Registration deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Monday~ Oct. 20 for those residing in USD 278. If you have moved (even if it is next door) you must re-register If you have a name change you must re-register Will you be 18 years old before the November 4th General Elections. If your answer is YES, then if you register before the deadline you can vote at the general election!!! Are you not sure if you have registered or re- registered? Call the Jewell County Clerk's Office to verify your registration 785-378-4020 Your vote counts and makes a difference New and Used Guns Cleaning and Repair Olive Hill Road DAVE'S GUN SHQP Jewell , , 785-428-3337 v., t us ok the w,U JEWELL CITY CLEAN-UP M0nday, 0ct. Items will be picked up st trash pickup locations. Small should be bagged. and wood items, etc. Jew eounty Safety 2"tlh Rmmal Farmers Saturday, Oct. 18 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. sas National Guard Armory Mankato, Kan. Admission 75- 12 and older Featwi Fall and 'Winter , ,, Homemade Arts and Contact 785-378-3055 for booth space!l!