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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 6, 2003 vbraska, )lorado, q :l Texas. neath 17t area mo~ leworld's! more t~ ;urface m nbined. tssed is atroduc~ tread suR sful in i~ isions f~ rm Bill. 11 Lside fort future :us of t mdertak~ ) manag~ need aquifer t~ future. )rdersof] e coma ionto~ :s overall( Mustangs Mankato 48-0 art scored three touch- Ehrlich two and Grant two to lead the Sylvan Mus- in a rout over the Mankato Cou- ˘ night at Mankato. was stopped at halftime .point rule. scored on a 20-yard run two pass interceptions which he 20 yards and 40 yards for Ehrlich scored on a 12- run and a 5-yard run. scored on a 45-yard run and run. Mustangs added three 2-point Mankato cougars rushed for 11 more passing Hill Hasemeyer Boyles hosted a meet- the Ladies of Olive Hill Mis- Lry Prayer Fellowship at a Man- care. Attending were Zelda ~ter, Pawnee Parks, Marie Pinson the hostess, Jacqueline Boyles; ia Garman-Schlaefli joined them inch• obert Harvey was dismissed from ~alina hospital, and is convalesc- his home. While there he had .~y. His son, John, is staying with for a few days. ~rnon Purcell, Hastings, a former lent of this community died. fene Stone, Chris Bryant and ~e Imler, Mankato, attended the lid in Hastings, Friday. aturday visitors of Herbert and ~lyn Alley were Edgar, Jeannie Kevin Claycamp, Wetmore, and Tie Alley, Burr Oak. Jeanne is ~rt's sister• tuline Hanson, Oak, vis;.ted Zelda ster. They called at the home of race and Shirley Dove, Webber. cry and Kennedy Cool, Start and aGreen, York, were weekend visi- of Twila Cool. .... ~ 9pper guests of Harold and Lorna ~. Alnso~ ~n were Terry, Janice, Shane and iext°ld~ ~ McCutcheon, Leon and Krystal " t. They celebrated the birthday of he ~e ~ ~iurday, Matt, Melissa and Harley ~rve, me .~ster went to Minneapolis, Ken. ~r Know~ they attended the wedding of a i[,~ar~r,~n, B u ffy Bean. The reception was ',"~_'~]llin Beloit. Wyatt spent the week- ers, n~with his grandparents, Kenneth :s=~]~an Schuster. • ,..[t~th Hale, Juniata, was aThursday _r~ansuc..~r of her mother, Dee Ross. ~arabeth, Mitchell and Keller ~~ Frankfort, were Monday and Lle$1!~day guests of her parents, Herbert on Agent~Carolyn Alley. ~nday dinner guests in the home eep wall+ hvila ,Cool were Zelda Schuster, ly is~ ~andKennedyCool~St~and~la ll at, thet in, all, of York, Kennem ano Jean stock~ ~ster, Wyatt Schuster, Shane e until~ ~utcheon,Tanya and Walker Cool, ts are t~ mt you~ md abe tiT, veg~ Kan~ Extensi0 s, from~ flues to~ ~'ior. ainday afternoon~ Harold and |a Wilton, Dewayne and Collene ~˘n, St. Paul, visited Ila Wilton at aperior Good Samaritan Center. mrsday visitors of Lena Banks at uperior Good Samaritan Center ~ Wayne and Janice Schrock, fence, Ken., Allen Milieu, Kansas iliffB~ks. Janice and Allen and nephew of the Banks. of Wilma Andrews the past for 144 yards of offense and 4 first downs. Perry Colson had 11 carries for 57 yards and Nick Newell rushed 10 times for 38 yards. Stuart Jensen had 2 car- ties for 5 yards and Adam Badger had 1 carry for 3 yards. The Mustangs rushed for 236 yards. Jensen went 2 for 9 passing for 11 yards and threw 2 interceptions. Trent Webb led the Cougars defen- sively with 6 solo tackles and 5 assists. Badger had 4 solos and 6 assists, Cortney Alexander 4 solos and 4 as- sists and Joe Ranstead had 6 assists. Mankato ended its regular season with 2 wins and 7 losses. week have been Evelyn Hoffman, Sharon Martin, Lola Noble, Elsie Uplinger, Dallas Langer, Vernon and Mary Jane Mohler, Elizabeth and Lyle Reece and Janice McCune, Mankato. Herbert and Carolyn Alley, Edgar, Jeanne and Kevin Claycamp, attended the 50th wedding anniversary recep- tion honoring Everett and Marlene Claycamp, Edgar, Neb. Edgar and Everett are brothers• Zelda Schuster was a Friday visitor of Vera Dye, Superior. Halloween evening callers at the Hasemeyer home were Eric, Brandy and Emilea Rogers, Hastings, Janice, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward and their five friends, Superior. Other call- ers the past week have been Jo Ann and John Rogers and Carl Collins. Reports of rain over the weekend have been from. 50 to 1.40 inches. Most of the farmers in the area have their crops out of the field. The mois- ture was good for the wheat and pastureland. Jewell By Roberta Holdren " Mike, Kim and Katie Stoeber, Salina, visited Junior and Carol Menhusen. Several from Jewell attended the Randall Community Church supper and auction• Bruce and Cindy Barrett, Wichita, were weekend guests of Gerald and Marie McAtee. Dixie McCain, Rachel and Steven, and Ann Einiffvisited Max and Thelma Elniff. An automatic door is being installed in the Jewell Apartment house. Ghosts and goblins were out in full force Halloween night• They were a polite group and the word "thank you" was an often-head phrase. Richard and ~al Brandon called on Wanda Russell, Ronnie and Roger Russell and Irene Goff. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Lienberger, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lienberger, J. W. Lienberger and Karen Hillman attended the memorial service for their rela- tive, Porter Marr, in Dallas, Texas. Ernst 21st at state Mankato' s Brett Ernst finished 21 st in l 7:32 at the state cross country meet at Wamego Saturday. There were 130 runners in the IA and 2A division in which Ernst ran. Hundreds of style$ on our showroom floorl ds ed in the 20th 8t HWy_2 Lincoln, NE 402.425.5000 800-397-7032 Rt. 1 Box 53 JeweU, Kan. 66949 785.428-3679 Greg Wilson, owner riddle ~h 8 will t willp.~+~ tivity ials, al!~ ~,xisti~v ing~ ice,, gO [ng ~e+ e st~ )fpo~ i: t the i~ ~ves pls tt lUllS i U.SD #278 gankato Jr.iSr. High First Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2003.2004 Superintendent's .., ., .. ,Academic Honor Roll • ior ~adr:~'~rr~:°~la ~: Clara Collins, ..RebeLiggett. JU~a~, Tanya Buser, Sara Christie, I~e, Sasha Roe, +-,zabem F andez William Dauner, Radoito em Socorro Fernandez, Jason Ravin, JennaLee Harris, Whitney Hurd, Jad Jeffery,+Nickolas Newell, Samantha Roush, Meghan Wame, Jenn'der Waugh, Jeremy Waugh, Kayla Zadina. Sophomores: Matthew Becker, Perry Colson, Jessica Eaton, Jared Nelson, Jason Nelson, Enc Ost, ilm~: Brandi Jansen, Autumn ~omts, ~assaundra Ost, Robert ~ ~rade: Lara Neilson. grade: Brian Bfoeckelman. i, Superintendent's ~: Jenna Bleecker, Nicole la~mEdcka Melby' Shawna ~ig~p fo~ • Heather Osl, Jessica Sudermann. ,hale~ ~: Meli.a Me,elL )~,~ lira 1 an: AdamBadger, Nickolas ~td, Mt0n Molby, Alan a~ner. er ~ Ih ~'ade: Patrick Christie, Shawn ~emti.~ *vis, Oatdck Loomis. out po~ .~th grads: tanee ~t~rson, ~olprOJ,~ ~islca Cheek: Freshman: Tanner Bartholomew, Levi Bohl, Nell Bonlour, Pad Jensan, Crystal Mitchell, Abby Newell, Dustin Walte, Steven Walker. Eighth grade: Brat Colson, Neal Jeffery, Mitchell Martin, Ashley Morrell, Karl Nellson, Lee Simon, Britalnni Tam Principal's Seventh grade: Alex Badger, Anana : I~: Cortney Alexander, Jenny Dahl, Kaitlyn Diamond, Corey ----- . .~tnks, Andrew Pumphrey, Kelsey Haskins, Deanna Shelton. • • Jewell-White Rock's Josh Bird (19) runs through a would-be tackler in action Oct. 30 at Burr Oak. Bird had 8 carries for 70 yards. Jewell White Rock defeated the Logan Trojans 54-8. Jewell-White Rock Predators beat Logan Trojans 54-8 The Jewell-White Rock Predat6rs defeated the Logan Trojans 54-8 to conclude their season Friday night at Burr Oak. Jewell-White Rock was in control throughout the game. The Predators scored 16 points in the first quarter, 18 in the second, 14 in the third and with 20 seconds left in the game, Jeweli- White Rock scored another touchdown to put the 45-point rule into effect. Logan's only touchdown came in the third quarter when Jake McCue hauled in an 18-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Burge. Burge ran in the 2- point corlversion. Kyle Ord scored 3 touchdowns for Jewell-White Rock. Caleb Ramsey and Josh Sholtz were each good for 2 touch- downs. Josh Bird scored 1 touchdown. Sholtz was good for one 2-~0oint con- version and Bird had two 2-point con- versions. Jewell-White Rock rushed for 337 yards and passed for 33 more for a total offensive output of 370 yards. The Predators picked up 8 first downs. Ramsey and Scholtz each rushed 9 School Menus ii White Rock Monday: Chicken pattie, bun, 13o- tato wedges, applesauce, no bake cookie, milk. .__,_ Tuesday: Ham slice', scalloped laO- tatoes, corn, pears, wheat roll, milk. Wednesday: Lasagna, lettuce salad, fruit cocktail, cinnamon toast, cake, French bread, chocolate milk. Thursday: Beef and bean burrito. French fries, peas, apricots, pudding, milk. Friday: Chili, carrot stick, peaches, cinnamon roll, chocolate milk. Salad served daily. Randall Elementary Breakfast Monday: Cereal, toast, juice, milk. Tuesday: Strawberry waffles,juice. milk. Lunch Monday: Sausage gravy, biscuits, mashed potatoes, peas, cottage.theese, pilleapple, cool~ie, milk• Tuesday: Tater tot casserole, mixed vegetables, rolls, milk, fruit cocktail. Wednesday: Chili or cream of pota- toes soup, cheese, cracker, milk, car- rots, celery, peanut butter, cherry crunch. Thursday: Spaghetti, meat sauce, corn, bread sticks, pears, milk. Friday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, gravy, rolls, or- anges, milk. Randall Seniors meet Twenty-one people gathered for a carry-in dinner at the Randall Lions Wednesday: Hard boiled eggs, to, Den Oct. 28. The SeniorCitizen meet- juice; milkq ~ +~:~ ing was conducted=by Joe Anderson. Thursday: Ham~ashbrowns, toast, Monetary donations reward thedirec- juice, milk. tory in the Randall Cemetery ana to tlae Friday: Scrambled eggs, bacon, Lions for propane expense were up- toast, juice, milk. proved. IlllUlllllll IIIIlllllllllllll 1 1 1 ,,+,,0 g 2yea~ $18 3y~$27 0 I I I Name I I Address I City State Zip I I 0Visa 0Mastcrcard[-I-]-[7-1-r71 1 1 I I t Tt-] I card holder's I signature exp. date I Send credit card'or check order to: I Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks magazine 7 KPA, I P.O. box 8059 Red Oak, IA, 51591. or call 1-800-288-8387 ~ ia ii ai ii ii ii ii im I- ii ii ii ii ii i. ti, ii ii ii ai ii ii ii ii ii ~ times for 100 and 46 yards respec- tively. Bird and Ord each had 8 carries for 70 and 54 yards respectively. Ord went 2 for 3 passing for 33 yards. Stuart Boyles had a reception for 31 yards and Ramsey had one for 2 yards. Brant Beam, Justin'Kemmerer and Josh Smith each had a fumble recov- ery. The Logan Trojans rushed for 39 yards and passed for 95 for a total offense of 134 yards. Genealogy is focus of Jewell workshop Jewell Public Library is hosting a genealogy workshop, "The Librarians Guide to Genealogical Research" Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Jewell Library. Jim Swan, director of the Central Kansas Library System, will conduct the workshop• Computer classes are scheduled at the Jewell Library Nov. 18, 19 and 20, conducted by Chris Rippel, Central Kansis Library System Consultant. The classes are from 9 to 11 a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., 4 to 6 p.m. and an evening session from 7 to 9 p.m. Those wishing to attend these events should call the library for details. Both events are free and open to the public i Ii Formoso By Elaine Clark I i Jim and Nancy Howell and Matt Howell, Hays. were guests of Mike andMelissaHerman, Jacob and Ashley, Great Bend. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber were Gloria Mas~ey, Nancy Howell, and Janet Eager, Tycen and Mason, Mankato. Robe~ and Ada Grimm were Sunday supper guests. Tony and Becky Patrick, Steve Patrick and Alecia Saulnier, all of Salina, and Gene and Elaine Clark and Vera Reed visited Joyce Patrick. Visiting Brad Keeler were Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes, Kettle FalIK Wash.; Katherine Grimes, Mankato; Dale and Margaret geezer, Haysville; Delno Reed. Concordia; and Nelson Keeler, Mankato. Larry Keeler, Tonganoxie, was a weekend visitor. Visitors of Howard Ross were Pas- torBob Elwell and Wybern Berneking. Kay Zimmer and Bey Hall, Court- land, returned home Monday after a visit with Chris Garst and Sierra, To- peka. They helped Chris relocate in Topeka. Guests of Dennis and Judy Appleby were Joe and Mavis Larsen, Brookings, S.D. Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark and Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell had su0- per at Mankato. Tina Johnson• Sterling, was a week- end guest of Jeff and Brenda Koster. Trystin Brown was an overnight guest of Carl and Maxine Studer. R0nald and Iva Lea Payne were weekend guests of A1 and Julia West, Topeka. Pelicia Peters, Coneordia, was a weekend guest of Joe and Mary Peters and Tiffany. Heaven Peters, Tanya and Tamika, Norton, were Friday over- night guests. Jason Cleland, Yutan, Neb., was a guest of his grandparents, Bob and Patty McFarlane. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a guest of Forrest Dempsey. They and Dan and Lynn Dempsey; Robert Dempsey, Katie and Alex, Amoret, Me., and Russell Dempsey and Madison, New- tbn, had lunch at Mankato. Steve and Amice Norris, Delton, Mich,, arrived fora visit with his sister. Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell. Maxine Studer and Tina Johnson, Sterling, were in Satina Saturday and visited Sarah Studer. Ben and Shirley Free visited Flo- rence Free at Mt. Joseph in Coneordia. McCaela and Cheyenne Nelson, Courtland, were overnight guests of their grandparents, Jack and Nancy Higbee. Kay Zimmer attended the Randall Church supper and auction. Dale and Ivah Hoard, Connie Snodgrass, Orleans, Neb., and Justin i Rt. 1 Box53 Jewell, Kan. 66949 785.428-3679 Greg Wilson, owner USD #104 White gook Schools +, First Nine Weeks Honor Roll 20031-2004 + Principal's Freshman: Nathaniel Gardner, Stacie Senior: Lauren Jeffery, Meggie Michels. Sawyer : • gh gr~le. Matt Boyles, Amber Junior James German El the ' Sophomore: Chelsea Windmuller. Eakins Freshmen: Rachel Duffy. Seventh grad~: Taylor Rnn~tl, Kdsti Seventh grade: Shelby Broeckelman, Frasier, Kandra Kdley. Zane Hesting, Tanner PerouteK Sixth grade: Jasmin Blast, Kash~ Pate, Sixth grade: Corbyn Bmeckelman,Riley Kayla Sholtz, Alison Warner. Konan. Honor Roll Senior: Malanie Kriley, Burgandy Scha~, Junior: AngelaGarman,Nicholas Mizne˘. sophomore: Brant Beam, Jacob Hesting, Stafanle Sawyer, Jason Shipley. iiii I i i ~ ROOM SPONSORS NEEDED- The building project is on sch .dule at Brodstone Memorial We will soon be remodeling patient rooms. With a donation of $15,000, you can sponsor a room. Sponsors will be honored with their picture as benefactor on our wall of honor, denoting the room number they sponsored. Loved ones car! also be memorialized by having a room remodeled m their honor. Organizations may sponsor a room. Donations of less than $15,000 will also be honored on our wall. Newly remodeled rooms will be private, each with their own bathroom and shower. Please contact the Brodstone Memorial Hospital if you are interested in sponsoring a room, I II I Ill Ill I Illll Ill [I and Susan Sly and Kayla, BeileviUe, attended the Randall ~t[urch supper and auction• Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark and Gene and Elaine Clark met Patricia Tyler, Leavenworth for dinner at Marysville. Robert and Ada Grimm hosted a 104th birthday party for Elizabeth Grimm at the Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato. Dale and Ivah Hoard attended the 50th anniversary open house for her sister, Bud and Evelyn Barrett, at Herington. Marvin and Ila Nelson and Ben and Shirley Free attended the chicken and biscuit supper at Courtlaud Methodist Church. Gary andChrystal Massey, Clifford, Brittany and ~ody, and Candy Massey, Bruce and Lillie. all of Hardy, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Bob and Ado Grimm• Kay Zimmer and Joe and Amanda Brown were Sunday afternoon visitors of Pare and Tommy Shumard, Court- land. Kendall and Sandy Nelson. Jared and Jason, and Nell Bonjour attended the Teens for Christ event Sunday evening at Mankato. I Paradise By Ava Knarr Nell Burnham entertained D.D. Bridge Club with Nadinc~ Balch and Barbara Divel as guests. Inez Clark will have club Nov 12. Marjorie Hartsel has been with her daughter, Tammy Baxa and family, Salina, while Tammy is recovering from surgery. Charlotte Hansen accompanied Arlene Ediger to Salina to shop. Phil, Sandra and Sarah Kingston, Washington. Ken., visited June Saint. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ediger and Dalton Jamestown had a birtliday din- ner for Charlotte Hansen. Jim Houddeck was a guest. • Marsha Knarr went to Branson with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engel, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Lungstrum for a prayer retreat. Ave Knarr was a guest of Katheren Tickle and Michael, Salina. She had an appointment and attended the ISIS fall ceremony Carl Knarr had lunch with Ava Knarr and helped her move things in the basement as there was a water leak The funeral for Kenny Knarr. Sal ina, was Saturday with burial in Glen Elder Cemetery. Kenny helped Galen and Karolen Thacker with their apartments. Much needed rain has fallen in the area the past couple of days. P'=a o,v,s GUN SHOP d~welt Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net • ' i i ,~, Farmway !~ Credit Union Z__L Mankato, Kan. No~v. 10 through Nov. 15 Mankato Jr-Sr High Nov. 11: Junior High pre-season Basketball at Mankato vs. Pike Valley. Nov. 13: Junior High pre-season Basketball. at Mankato vs. Hillcrest. Nov. 14: Football Sub-State. Junior High pre-season Basketball at Mankato. Jewdl Jr-Sr High Nov. 11: Junior High pre-season Basketball Toum~zment at home. Nov. 13: Junior High pre-season Basketball tournament at home. Nov. 14: Junior High pre-season Basketball tournament at home. White Rock Nov. 10: Middle Sclu.,ol Basket- ball tournament at Agra vs. Lucas-Luray; boys at 3:30 p.m., girls at 4:45 p.m. Nov. 11: Middle School Basket- ball tournament at Agra vs. Natoma, boys at 3:30 p.m., girls at 4:45 p.m. Nov. 13: Middle School Basket- ball tournament at Agra vs. Eastern Heights, girls at 6 p.m., boys at 7:15 p.m. Nov. 14: Sub State football. FARMWAY CREDIT UNION WILL BE CLOSED VETERANS DAY, TUESDAY, NOV. 1 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 Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Sham Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in Beloit. Voice Response Unit, Interact Member Access.