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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, £~cotber 23, 2003 Pike Valley Panthers beat Jewell-White Rock 54-18 The Pike Valley Panthers defeated yards. Ord was intercepted twice. the Jewell-White Rock Predators 54- Pike Valley football coach Don 18 Friday night at Jewell. Melby assessed the key plays of the Josh Bird scored 3 touchdowns for game and said, "Being able to recover the Predators on runs of 35, 55 and 61 our composure and confidence after yards. Jewell-White Rock broke out on top ThePredatorsscoredalltheirpoints early was a big factor. The fumble inthe lst quarter and held the Panthers recovery return before halftime for a to 8 points in the opening period, touchdown was big and then after the _ Nick Kraus scored on a 5-yard run half when we fumbled the ball on our for Pike Valley in the opening period first possession, we were able to hold and Tyler Clark ran in the PAT. them and come right back and score. At the end of the I st quarter, it was The game went very well from thei'e." Jewell-White Rock 18, Pike Valley 8. Stuart Boyles led Jewell-White But the Predators would not get in Rock defensively with ! 2 solo tackles the end zone the rest of the night and and 7 assists. Nick Miznerhad 10 solos Pike Valley went on to score 14 points and 6 assists, Mike Wanklyn 8 solos in the 2nd quarter to take a 22-18 lead and 4 assists, Chris Hancock 7 solos at the half. and 3 assists, Richard Shamburg 5 Kraus scored on a 2-yard run and solos and 4 assists and Chaz Crain 6 KeithBlandingrecoveredandrambled solos and 3 assists. 27 yards for a Panther touchdown in Melby considered the performance the 2nd quarter. Kraus was good for I of the Jewell-White Rock Predators extra point run, and said, "The Predators have a fine In the 3rd quarter, Eric Isaacson football team and came out firing and scored on 53-yard run, Kraus on a 4- hituswith31ongrunsinthe lstquarter yard run and Derek Stewart hauled in a for touchdowns. Their defense played pass from Kade Odell for the 3rd Pan- well especially in the I st half. Turn- thertouchdownofthequarter.Isaacson overs and mistakes hurt them as the ran in 1 conversion attempt, ball game wore on. They played hard At the end of the 3rd quarter, Pike and can still be a factor in the district Valley was up 42-18. " but will need some help from others." In the final period, the Panthers Melby regarded his team's perfor- scored on a Drew Mahin to Blanding mance and said, "Defensively, our ex- High School homecoming royalty, Jaime Sanborn and Ty Slate, are pass for a touchdown and then Brock ecution and tackling was very poor on night prior to the football game in Jewell. Candidates rode to • Hanel recovered a fumble in the Preda- the first three drives but we played well ~ld in Norman Greene's horse-drawn buggy, tor end zone for another touchdown, after that time. Several people made Pike Valley 54, Jewell-White Rock some big plays for us and the defense 18. scored twice and set up another short HS 50, whole team should be credited for the Pike Valley rushed for 273 yards drive. Offensively, when we got started success we had on both sides of the and passed for129 for a total offensive we played better. We did have 4 drives COUgars 34 ball. Everyone has to do his job in,. output of 402 yards, of 10 plays and longer which is some- order for it to work." h School defeated the Cougars 50-34 Friday night rushed for 191 yards and 103 for a total offensive hing yards and for 367 yards. 2 times for47 had 10 carries for i. Nick Newell gained 52 yards and Adam Badger had 34 went 6 for 17 passing for and 2 touchdowns. Alexander had 4 recep- r 99 yards. Webb led the way for with 7 solo tack- Badger had 3 solos Newell 3 solos and 13 flexander 3 solos and 8 assists Zadina 8 assists. travel to Kensington on the Goldbugs Friday night. Christie had 6 caries for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns, Neal Jeffery 2 car- ries for 15 yards and Adam Badger 4 carries for 10 yards. Defensively, Christie led the way with 5 solo tackles and 6 assists. Mitch Martin had 1 solo and 8 assists, Jeffery 2 solos and 6 assists, Badger 6 assists, Simon 2 solos and 3 assists, Austin Winsl0w 4 assists, Josh'.Suderman 2 solos and I assist, Broeckelman, Bobby, Douglas and Lance Anderson each had ! solo and i assist and Anthony Kennedy and Corey Haskins each had I assist. The Cougars finish up their footbal) season with a road trip to take on South- em Cloud at Miltonvale tonight (Thurs- day). Rolfs said, "The kids have had a very solid season so far and we would like to end it on a good note. We, as a team, would like to peak to end the season." dI-I defeats Paradise By Ava Knarr ,5O-2 !Mankato Junior High Cot/gars ~ ~ Nanoy Slreit, Downs,, ~i~ited her the Hillcr~t-North Central mother~ Cleta Mac Dalrymple;,and at- 50-2 Oct. 16 at Mankato. tended the funeral of Gwen Everson. Jeweil-WhiteRock ran for 171 yards and passed for 8 for a total offensive output of 179 yards. Pike Valley had 15 1st downs. Jewell-White Rock had 3. Bird rushed 13 times for 163 yards and Caleb Ramsey carried the ball 4 times for 14 yards. Kyle Ord went 2 for 9 passing for 8 thing we wanted to do. We still need to play more consistently and cut down on fumbles and penalties. We also thaw the ball well. Pike Valley hosts the Kickapoo Nation Friday night at Scandia. Jeweil-White Rock travels to Morrowville Friday night to take on Hillcrest-North Central. ~ score for the Wolverines I when the ball was snapped head of Mankato's quarter- e. Other than that, Mankato. up 361 yards of 280 of those yards came I yards through the ~, were able to put things back after the di sappoint- we had last week," . Mankato Junior High coach. "I was extremely proud cs and their effort in the game. 5 from nulnerous mt much more ~ng the way for the Cougars r was Lee Simon who rushed hdowns. Simon passing for 81 yards and a touchdown. Christie had 4 receptions and Brian Broeckelman r 28 yards. had a huge night for us," The offensive line did a ofopeningpp running the back in the game. The Marjorie Hartsel and Mark Baxa attended the football game at Hays where Kelly Griffeth played Katheren Tickel and Ava Knarr at- tended the guest day dinner at the Chris- tian Church. Charlotte Hansen went to a flag football game and a soccer game in Concordia where hergrandson, Dalton Ediger, was a participant. Shirley Doxon and Charlotte Hansen celebrated Shirley's birthday by having dinner out. Jim Clark, Leawood, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark. Lynel Sheahan, Randall, entertained the D.D. Bridge Club. Leota Clawson, Barbara Divel and Gen Koss were guests. Marilyn Griest suffered a fall and was not able to attend. Nell Burnham will entertain Oct.29 White Rock VB girls beat Lincoln, Jewell The White Rock Eagles defeated the Lincoln Lady Leopards in 2 sets 25-22 and 25-18 and then beat the Jewell girls in 2 sets 25-19 and 25-19. The Lady Leopards beat Jewell in 3 sets 225-22, 22-25 and 17- ! 5. Crystal Mitchell'(left), Jewell County 4-H Junior Le'~d~nrs, delivers canned food and cleaning supplies to the Jewell County Food Pantry. Jackie Horn, parish office secretary, accepts the donations. Hlllcrest wins PTL Volleyball Tourney The Hillcrest girls won the Pike Trail League Volleyball Tournamem at Mankato Saturday by defeating the Pike Valley Panthers in 3 sets 15-25, 25-21 and 15-6. North Central won the consolation match by beating Lakeside in 2 sets 25- 14 and 29-27. In Pool A, White Rock beat South- ern Cloud 25-21 and 25-19, Lakeside beat White Rock 25-15 and 25-12, Hillcrest beat St. John's 25-10 and 25- 23, Lakeside beat St. John's 25-9 and 25-13, Hillcrest beat White Rock 25- 18 and 25-16, Hillcrest beat Lakeside 25-20 and 25-22 and White Rock beat St. John's in 3 sets 14-25, 25-23 and 15-13. In Pool B, North Central defeated Mankato in 3 sets 21-25, 25-13 and 15- 13, Pike Valley beat Jewel125-21 and :25-13, North Central beat Jewell 25- 16 and 25-14, Pike Valley beat Mankato 25-15 and 25-13, Pike Valley oeat North Central 25-13 and 25-10 and Mankato beat Jewel125-19 and 25-23. Pool A Winner Hillcrest defeated ,Pool B runner-up North Central 25-16 and 25-16 and Pool B winner Pike Valley defeated Pool A runner-up Lakeside in 3 sets 25-18, 15-25 and 15- 9 to set up the championship match between Hillcrest and Pike Valley and the consolation match between North Central and Lakeside. Local woman provides scholarship The Charles and Anna Maune Krug Memorial Endowed Scholarship, pro- vided by Martha DeNayer, Manicato, has been established through ~he Gar- den City Community College Endow- ment Association. The award is available to full-time education.majors with a 2.5 or higher grade point average and is renewable and will be awarded through the dean of student services. Students interested in applying for the scholarship or wanting informa- tion on other kinds of financial aid should contact GCCC. tYew Program! ( i 0/0 Leasing Program ~thpu~a~ optm flow Hiring: (owany • 0/0 • Single 8 Team~ goo-(FH)l~l~ w~v.~idrin.om Treasurer Lynn Jenkins, invites you to look for Unc! imed Property ii FREE to see if the Treasurer s Office is holding money for you or your family! • Utility Deposits. Stocks & More www.kansascash.com 1-800-432-0386 Treasurer, it is to reunite people their Unclaimed There is CHARGE for this Call today or my website to see if you have money coming. " Lynn Jenkins, CPA State Treasurer Wanted to Lease by USDA The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency's Jewell County Office in Mankato, Kan., is interested in leasing 3,533 net usable square feet of first class, high quality office space. To be considered, office location must be within the boundaries of Case Street on the North, on the East, Hamilton Street on the South, and 150 Road in the West. Preference will be given to first floor space. Occupancy is required by June 1, 2004. Call Jim Peroutek at 785-378-3731 for a copy of the solicitation. Framing Fall Fest Special: 10% 01To, ordered during the month of October Located in: Becker Electric, Heating & AC 109E gainSt Mankato, Kan. Ph0r~ (785) 378-3689 Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.. S pat. . • Call Jill Klos at (785) 378-310 to set up ~ at~intment after store hours Waiting for homecoming ceremonies to begin Friday night at Jewell High School are attendants, (from left) Michael Peters, Sydney Davis and Maddux Winter, Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Geneva Garman fell and is in the hospital in Mankato. Madeline McMains was hostess to C.W.F. in" her home. Hazel Korb was a break'fast guest of Marie Pinson and her house guest. Becky McNichols, Callum and Gracie were weekend guests of her mother in Lindsborg. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Frasier were honored on their 25th wedding anni- versary Saturday evening at the Burr Oak Fire Hall with a program, recep- tion and dance, hosted by sons Jason, Skylar, Joshua and Caleb and niece Michelle and Marc Davidson, Wichita. Vivian Reed and Wilma Underwood went to the Farmers Mar- ket in Mankato and later visited Geneva Garman in the hospital. Fred Lagergren, Edmond, Okla., brother of Wilm~iUnderwood and Rose Damon, had surgery last week. Edyth Frances was hostess to the Young Matrons Club. The Burr Oak United Methodist Church women had a table of baked goodies at the Farmers Market Satur- day. Fern Harris and Nancy McCorkle were the workers. Kelly McNichols was adinnerguest of Winnie McNichols. Kerry Waugh, Manhattan, visited Barbara and Warren White. Weekend guests of Marje and Gene Johnson were Chuck and Joyce Johnson and friend, Julie Ann Koval, Fort Collins, Colo., and Susan and Dale Figgie, Westmoreland~ Joining them on Sunday were B66by and Marilyn Johnson and Jerod Johnson, LiBcoln, and Brandy Burkhardt, Man- kate. They were celebrating Marjorie's birthday. Wilma Underwood and Vivian Reed had dinner at a cafe in Esbon and attended the open house of the Gnat- amy State Bank in Beloit, Gene and Becky Underwood vis- Red Wilma Underwood. Cliff and Gienny Barnes and Edna Fogo attended the first annual Grand- parents Day at the Lincoln Elementary School in Red Cloud with Curie and Steffen Barnes, children of David and Tammy Barnes. Jessica Barnes and Glenny Barnes attended a Mary Kay party at Tammy Barnes home in Red Cloud. Pastor Laura Frieker's sermon at the United Methodist church was "An- swers from the Storm." Ryan Waugh was greeter and Marcella Ost was host- ess to the coffee hour. Oct. 23 to 31 is i Red Ribbon Week. Take astand against alcohol and drug abuse, wear red. A quilt, embroidered and set to- gether by the United Methodist Church women and quilted by Peggy Wilson, is on display in the bank. It will be given away at the annual fall dinner Nov. 8. Peggy and Charles Crawford, Salina, were guests of her sister, Betty and Harold Brown. They spent the afternoon in Downs. Portis and Smith Center looking up family history. Madeline McMains was hostess to the Monday morning Bible study. Visitors of Edna Fogo were her brother, Don Spooner, Cawker City; and nieces, Connie Bowman, Salina. and Pam Dodd, Esbon. Callers were Pat Blair and grandson, Erin, Canada, who came to get things from the house of Maxine Clemens, Pat's mother. Shelly Harris, Salina, was home over the weekend. Wanda Frasier was i nstal led as B urr Oak Postmaster Friday morning. More than 1 O0 patrons attended the program: Flag salute, American Legion Junior Auxiliary; National Anthem. Skylar Frasier; post office history, Erma Dillon; address, Frasier. Frasier recog- nized formerpostmasters and presented a memorial gift to Burr Oak Mayor Mike Harris in memory of Ruthie Caldwell, postmaster relief, who died in ! 999 and Joyce Spiegel, postmaster, who died in 1993. Installation was by Dan Taylor, manager of post office office operations, Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Wilson at- tended the sixth birthday party for Emmet Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Astronomy is focus at Pawnee Village The Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site will host an astronomy program Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Dan Gromski, astronomer with the McDonald Planetariumat the Hastings Museum in Hastings, Neb., will be describing the stars and their impor- tance to the ancient peoples, in particu- lar the Pawnecs of the Great Plains. The Pawnees were often referred to as the "astronomers oftbeplains." The stars of the night sky guided their lives physically as well as spiritually. A slide show and, weather permitting, star gazing with the planetarium tele- scope will take place, The museum grounds located far from City lights is an ideal location to view clearly the stars and plants. This program is offered free tothe public. , I JJ]l • /f you've lost someone you love, You're invited to attend The Fall Bereavement Support Group SaturdaF Oct. 25 and SaturdaF Nov. 8 9:30 a.m. to noon Mitchell Coun Hospital Library Beloit, Kan. Meetings will be led by: Marilyn Osse, LMSW and Rev. Dan Davis Everyone is welcome! There is no cost and your loved one did not have to be on the hospice program. Please call 785-738-9233 if you would like to attendl We can help witli transportation. Sponsored by Solombn Valley Hospice [[ uI [ I [ REAL ESTATE AUCTION Wednesday, Oct. 29 • 5:30 p.m. ELDON LLOYD WILLIAMS ESTATE Owner Auction conducted by . Thummel Real Estate and Auction Beloit, Kansas • 785-738-5933 Former MHS grad honored with award Dr. Milton D. Rafferty/i~’ired head of Southwest Missouri St:~e Univer- sity Department of Geography and Geology, is being recognized for his lifelong career of increasing the under- standing and appreciation of the Ozarks through his publications. He recently received the Missouri Humanities Council, Governor's Hu- manities Book Award at a ceremony at the Governor s Mansion in Jefferson City. Rafferty graduated from Mankato High School in 1950 and at that time was known as "Mick" rather than Milton. Volume one of Rafferty's book, The Ozarks: Land and Life," now in its second edition, reaches into history, anthropology, economics, geology and geography to explore the complex re- lationships between the Ozarks people and landthrough times of profound change. Rafferty has also published numer- ous articles concerning cultural geog- raphy and is the author of ! 0 books and atlases, including A Geography of World Tourism, Rude Pursuit and Rug- ged Peaks, Historical Atlas of Mis- souri, Ozarks Outdoors and The "Quachita Mountains. During his 30 years at SMS, Rafferty taught geography and geol- ogy courses covering the geography of the Ozarks, the state of Missouri and North America and travel and tourism. He was instrumental in startling the Ozarks Studies Program in the early 1970s that included a popular summer Elderhostel using the Ozarks as its theme. The Missouri Humanities Council is an affiliate of the National Endow- ment for the Humanities and has con- ducted programs on history, literature and cultural heritage in Missouri for more than 30 years. Jeweli City Council conducts business Several items were discussed when Jewell City Council met Oct. 6. On the agenda: • Report on Olive Schafel: Estate. • Discussed former Varigty Store building • Contract with Chief Disposal up for renewal at the end of the year. • Billing Ordinance approved for payment. • Welcome signs tabled. • Approved fireworks display by Rod Everson m front of fire station, July 4 weekend. • The east office in community cen- ter painted and changing station in- stalled in women's restroom • Vacancy on city council. • Report on day care center. approved for improvements nearly com- plete; new trees will be added later this fall. Present were council members Darrell Bohnert, Max Burks, Frank Shelton, John Stoeber; Bill Loomis. mayor;Amy Arasmith, city clerk; Carl Knarr, city superintendent; and Jim Tillery. Business at theJeweii Apartment Board of Directors meeting: • Automatic door opener should be installed within the month. • Approximately 40 attended open house. "currently five upstairs apartments are vacant. • Bills were approved t%r payment. i a~m,, Farmway l~credit Un|on Z_.A_ Mankato, Kan. Oct 27 through OcL 31 Mankato Jr-Sr High Oct. 27: Junior High PTL Volley- ball Tournament at Cuba, 2 p.m. Oct. 30: High School Football at Mankato vs. Sylvan Unified, 7p.m. Oct. 31: High School State Volley- ball at Fort Hays State Uni- versity. Jewell Jr-Sr High Oct. 2Z' Pike Trail Junior High League Volleyball Tourna- ment at Cuba, 2 p.m. Oct. 30: High School Football at Burr Oak vs. Logan, 7 p.m. Oct. 31: State Football in Hays. White Rock Oct. 27: Middle School PTL Vol. leyball Tournament at Cuba, 2p.m. Oct. 30: High School Football vs. Logan at Burr Oak, 7p.m. Oct. 31: State Volleyball at Hays, 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. 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