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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 24, 2019 RookHills observe Transportation. Appreciation Day Rock Hills'USD 107 transports ap- proximately l,46 students on a daily basis with four bus roul;es and three Subui'bans. The district covers 762 square:miles i.n Jewell County. Transportation staff members in- clude:, . , Bob Rouah - transportation and fa- cilities director Nate.Fostcr- bus and building main- tenance and bus briver Joe Colson - bus driver Sheri-y'Marr - bus driver Jon'Ha~'kncss - bus driver Becky C0ckroft - bus driver Tam'm~c'Kfmminau - Suburban driver ' Patsy Topfiff - Suburban driver Erik Rothc'hild - bus para - Bet.t5, iBe~k6r (retired bus driver) and S0ffurban driver and substitute Larry M'cMains (retired bus driver- maintenance) - substitute driver Wednesday was designated School Transportation Day by the Kansas gov- ernor. ' r '" f Beloit - IAn~Oln - Mankato. Osborne w~.farmwaycu.com Rock Hills School Weekly Sports Preview Mon tlay,'Oct. 21- Saturday, Oct. 26 Oct. :~I:'PTI~ League Volleyball (Beloit- St.Johrls) ~ll"a.~. Oct. 2~ Higb'~chool Volleyball Regi6r~t TaA', Oct. :25,! ~High,Schoo Football St John's Tipton (Be o t) 7 p.m. Marlkato, Kan. 785-878-3134 www. sa li na citygo, co m !1 [~ Jensen Eilert, Rock Hills, races to the finish line. He placed fifth at the NPL Rock Hills crowned a homecoming royalty this week. Members of the court are (from left) Sam Underwood, Katie Reinert, Riley Whelchel-king, Sara Cross Country at the Lakeside Invitational with a time of 19:15! Tadefa-queen, Noah. Williams and Haley Long. Even rarer are albino pandas, said the Association of Mature American Citi- zens. In fact, there has been no photo- graphic evidence of the existence of an albino panda until now when a fully white giant panda was caught by an infrared camera in the Wolong Na- tional Nature Reserve in southwestern China. Albino panda makes headlines Pandas are an endangered species. With fewer than 2,000 of them known to be living in the wild in the mountains of China, they are at risk of extinction. These lovable black-and-white mam- mals are, in fact, a rare species of bear. A special thank you to all my family and friends for the nice dinner and to everyone for (S ~ the beautiful cards, gifts and messages I~ received on my 90th birthday. God bless you. Naomi Flewelling , !IN~ Andy. ~alk~{,Td'.b'.' Nolan Beav@rs, M:0.: ; Marilyn Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, A.P.R.N. ' Bryan Houchens, P.A.C Dawn Steinman, A.P.R.N. .;: Jewell County Hospital - Providing a friendly, caring environment " Serving our patients and community ,' Services Acute inpatient care, Skilled and intermediate Swing beds, :, Outpatient care, Physical Therapy, Rural Health Clinic - Adults and Pediatrics, ~M()hth!y'Cardiology Clinic, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory,Dlgital Radiology, EKG, CT Scar~s, MRi. Bone Density, :- - Halter Monitoring, Annual Health Fair Participant - Rehabilitalion : Dia"betic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy JEWELL'COUNTY HOSPITAL 100 Crestvue Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137 Mankato, Kan. ,-),;. " IJE,W~LL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC NOURS: Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m - noon; 1 - 5 p.m. ' "~:riday: 8 a.m. - noon - 785-378-3511 .102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Is. Keegan Wagner didn't run at the Lakeside Invitational as he is recov- ering from an injury. He hopes to run at Regionals on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Washington, Kan. "P'I:~ A N .'~ I" (-) I-~'l" A "1[' I O N Call to schedule a ride" (855) 577-4337 Monday-- Friday 8"00 a.m.--5"O0 p.m. First" come. flirst served basis All rrips have equal priority . =~z~.~uc~ ~L KDOT Public Transit Dept. THE " ONDERFUL WIZARD R(Xhlllllklll(illktll(X)l LOB) Saturday Sunday, Nov. 9-10 Rock Hills Little Theater Opening Night - Saturday Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Sunday Matinee Show starts at 2:30 p.m. Doors open at 2 p.m. Adults $5, Students $3, Children Pre-K and under free Kit Wagner (419), Rock Hills, placed 84th overall with a time of 24:15 at the NPL Cross Country at the Lakeside Invitational. City of Jewell Trunk or Treat Saturday, Oct. 26 5-8 p.m. CALLING CHILDREN OF ALL AGES: ~ Dress up in you Halloween costumes and Trick or Treat with members of the commu- nity. Vehicles will be parked in the Merc parking lot and North side of Maag Park. ~ ~ Come by and see us! ~ "~*, ' ~ ~'i-~ Jewell, Kan. 66949 ~ ~ Mankato Livestock Inc '-- 1,384 -- ~,~ . j Head Sold I-rlaay, uci: i t~ 23 BIk Heifer 433 152.00 18 BIk Steers 580 158.00 17 Mix Heifers 464 145.00 56 Mix Steers 832 151.50 43 BIk Heifers 527 144.00 21 Mix Steers 606 151.00 20 Mix Heifers 414 141.50 63 Mix Steers 879 148.75 23 BIk Heifers 554 138.50 17 Mix Steers 808 148.50 26 Mix Heifers 646 138.50 15 BIk Steers 645 147.25 64 BIk Heifers 827 135.75 15 Mix Steers 617 145.25 18 Mix Heifers 610 135.00 54 Mix Steers 948 145.25 21" Mix Heifers 596 133.50 17 BIk Steers 600 145.00 19 Mix Heifers 677 132.00 17 Mix Steers - 684 144.00 25 BIk Steer 461 169.00 20 Mix Steers 702 141.50 Consigned for Friday, Oct. 25 30 Mixed steers and heifers, 500-600; 40 black steers and heifers, 450-600 Mankato Livestoclt, Inc. Jan Russell, 785-545-6105, Ce11785-819-6115 Nail Bouray, 402-879-5566- Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, GeE 402-879-5567 Zach Sumpter, 785-545-6175 Adam Giger, 402-469-2357 ~m