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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Chautauqua Isle of u ts, Belott, opens th~ week The Chautauqua Isle of Lights opened for its 17th year yestcn[ay (Wednesday). and will 1os on De~. 3l. The holiday lighting, located in Chautauqua Park in BalD, t. features more than 250 displays pu~hased by local husird~sscs, o~ganizatioos and in- dividuals. Admission is free. however dona- tions are greatly appreciated. Dona- tions am used to repair and ups.ogle displays. The display will be open Sire- day through Thurgiay from 6 to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 6 to I 0 p.m. New displays this year include Nemo. a Piper airplar, a musical tree, a man fishing and a ]O foot tall book. The display categories i~lnde ~]i- gious, winter w0~land, par, ira,e. toy land, Christmas ca.rds, mhool mas- cots, antique vehicles and rearm ma- chinery. Korean War cammR'y from Kansas among those identified T'he Defense POW/M[A Accoum- ing ~y (DPAA) announced that the remains of another U.S. service- man from Kansas, missing from the Korean Wax, was identified and re. turned to his family for bar,at with full military honors. Army CpI. Wayne Minatd. 19, Farley. wa.s buried Nov. 12 in Wjcl~ita In November 1~50. M it, urn wasa mem- ber of Company C+ I st Battalitm. 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Divi- sion. fighting units of the Chinese PeopZe's Volunteer Forces (CPVFI in Norlh Korea, in a delaying actitm south to KI.mo-ri. Enemy forces launched a large scale attack with heavy artillery and mortar fire Nov. 25 when the regi- r~t was k',ca ~x:l in defense positions near the Chongchua River. By the fol- lowing day, enemy fighting had i,z~- lated the unit and they were ordert.~ to withdraw.'. Minard was reported mis- sion in aCtlOlt as of Nov. 26, 19:50. Minard'~, name did ~st appear OI1 any PeW li~,t provided by theCPVFor the N~rth Koran P~.~ple's Army, how- ever two repalriat ,d American prison- ers of war relx~rted that Minatd died al Hofong Cam p. part of Pukchi n-Ta qgol Camp Cluslct, Feb, 18. 195 I, [n Aprii and May of 2(X)5. a joint re, very team txmduclcd the 37thin,at field activity in Unsan County. South Pyongan Providence. Noah Korea. April 19theteam visited as,to reported by a IDeal witnessto contain America remains. To ,deut, fy M ,nard' s remains. .~i~nti ts from DPAA and the Armed Fogx~ DNA Identification Lai'x~ratory u~ed mitt~'h~mdrial DNA analysis. which matched two sisters, a well a, dent:,[ and mlthropo]~g,caJ a,M.x~L~, 'which matched his reg~+rds and Lir. *.'u mslant i,tJ. *2+. id*:m'e TcvJay, 7.71,14 American remain anne stunted for faun the Korean War. Using mcv.k-m technology, itlcntifica- lions continue to be made front re- mains that were previously rammed by Noah Korean officials or recovered from Nanh Kerea by American recov- ery teams. VFW Au=mary holds meeting to plan for futuxe activities The auxlhaO. to Jewell County Memorial V['W P+~t No. 78X~ met al the P'oM Hurtle Nov. 7 V. ilh ~.ix. men1. Hers pre~nl. Colnml+nivations ~, re read Irqml the departmeut pre-,tdent an.d memhctxhlp chaimmn and al~t> a thank )x,u to;eis't.xl Irom the 'lopeka VA Hospital ti,r ~upplie received Sberri get f~ry refa~ned Ihal a I]u~ education prograln wa, gl~ell Iti Ihe different sfOUl trts,ps in ]c~,ell ('tram ~ with the VFW as~i,ting ~.ztll a "'flag folding*' vereu|ouv. She M,o unfed the flag ret,g, ment c~rrnzun~ held Satur- day at tire State Lake '~iih [{I;1~ ,~]-t.'Ollt Trtxsp No. 46. Jeller,~attl the OLd, fl- inty would I1<," gi~iag popp> ~mttm- nieres W, veterans at the Veterans/)iI~ pmgra m and hand,ng U.Ul ~,mall flags to those I',O.;ple attending. She al~ noted I he au xiiiary w as in charge of the hiah- day pan) al Ihe L'l'CPue~day Hapwn. rags No~. 8 a~d Ihe organizatitm nc~ded it, sign up f=~r next )'ear. The auxi] iary voted t~ parchasea gift foran auxiliary sister tier the LTC Christmas parr), I~:. "3. Grade schta~l students wilI be making Christmas. cards tt~ be -'~nt to Ihe VA hospitals. Phyllis Christie. scholarship chair- man. reix~r~ed there were .qlx en Iries for Patriot+s Pen and 10 for Voice of De- nn~T'd,L'y. Judging was held No '. 8 with pre~ hint,on of awards at the re%1 erans Day prngra,n. Approval was given to send care packageg to Roy Alcom a,td David Leon for Christmas as the)' arc ~rving overseas at the pr~senl time. A quote from the sehonl on the flag depository txax has been received. Pending approval from the Mankam City Council. the depository tx~x will be mounted on the south side of the VFW building in Mankato. Kare~ Boden has submitted the pa~ork for the table grant to the Dane G. t-Jansen Foundation. There will be a Parent, as Teachers gift w~pping D,~. I a.t the VFW Hatl and Dee. 20 the au.~ilia -'y is being asked to assist with Santa's Workshop at the old high school gym. Items approved for payment were tke Vetca'ans Day Supper ad, personal care items for Topeka VA Hospital, birthday gift for an "adopted Veteran,'" donation 1o the three VA hospitals and two veterans homes in the Department of Kansas. The next meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 13. al 1he VFW Hall for inspection. Thursday, Novernl~t 24, ~0tB KatlW Jen.~n r~iv~f the dewoll Coonty Hos43ital ActivilLes Dept. quilt last Thursday. It was Kmhy's bial~day' She says le, e corers Of the quilt match the ~010r$ of her bedroom Pawmm Indian Muaeum plannin=a open house The Pawnee Indian Mumum State Hisloric Site will host a holiday open house Saturday, Dec. 10+ Visimrscan tour the museum, shop in the more and enjoy homemade treats provided h)' the Friends of Pawnee [~ian M u ~am Admission is free. The site is in- cared at 480 Pawnee Trail, eight mites an,do of U+S, 36 on K-266 near Repub- lic. For more information. ~shs.org/ pawnee indian. Naemony UMC holds regular service Harmony United Methtxlisl Church services began Sunday with a wel- come a~ announcements by Pastor Gerry Sharp+ Acolyte was Haylee Fuller. Rosalie Meahusen, organis|. played "'Ode m Thanksgiving." At chiklren's Iln+e, Pa star Sharp addressed that Jesus is King of all the universe and that ~e celebrate His pre~ence. Chancel choir, accompanied by Pat Grout and directed by Paslor Shmp. sang "Hymn of Thanksgiving." Strife lure came from Luke 1:6g-79. which speaks of when God prevented Zacharias from sl~aging until the nam- ing of his son. John. tbe baptist. In the sermon,"Thankful ForOur King," Pay tor Sharp sra+ke of how God looks ravorahly upon ~ and loves us for- ever. He guides as in ways of love and peace. This week's calendar includes: Fri- d,J)+ NO~ 25. Parish office and food pantry closed. 'fhn ft store open Friday and Sat array: Sunday, Hoe. 27, United Meihtalist Stuck~t Day special offer- ing; Tue May, Nov 29 Giv ink Tuesday, anything given to UM charity is doubled. Have a hles.'+ed vet.'ek and n~member It, Itn~k for God% guidance of loveand peace thzoagSt the Holy Spirit+. Students talk turkey Continu ~ fn~n~ page I Chloe Rothchild- turkey, dressing. pumpkin pie with ~.~+1 whip. cherry and apple pie- W).atl Strn'ad- pumpkin pie with ct~ol ~hip. sliced turkey, stuffing, Tv Vance- turkey, chicken wings. Iwo ~t+~ls spaghetti meat that is my ta',orite and spaghetti .mt ~e. Ell Wheh:hel- turkey ~ I have no ttl~.'a hoe, it, ,x,k it and how tung to ~t~k ,t Third geade Megan Badger. t~acher "l~'ll+al is yOUr favorite thing Io eat I,+r "]'hanks, giving and where 0z'e you going on Thanksgiving Day? Draiden Ault- turkey and we're going to grandad and grandma's or maybe my uncles. Ally Beck- turkey, going to cousins (.'~ence Emspa2u- turkey and prob ably grandma Letha's. Alexandria Fogo- t~kcy ned I don't know wh ~ we axe going. Hunter Frost- turkey and grandma Linda's in Glen Elder. Whitley Frost- pumpkinpie and we are ~oin, to grandma Leto's and grandpa Ivan Frost and next day to Papa and Gigi's hou~ in Colby. Gavin Hall- pumpkin pie, pizza. maybe going to grandpa Bud's+ Miekayla Hanson- turkey, sweet po~ talons, and we are going to grandma Nancy's. Miley Havens- turkey and goiug Its grandma GaBs. Marian McDonald-ch =ckeiL n+aea- nmi and chee~ and ~,e are going to grandm,~ Burgers at Jetmore. Halee Mi.+~r- :ranben2, Jello and slurring and we are ~t+ing Io grandma Barb" s. Antho++y Parker- pumpkin pie, otashc'd pOlatOex, and we are slaying home. Remington P;+rras- crab legs and we are going to grandma Jane's or my hour. Hermione (,~ails- pumpkin pie and we are staying home Quentin Rice- per4"~eroni pizza not sure wh~t we an: doing maybe home. Jaelynn Roscoe- pumpkin pie and I'm ~t sure what we are doing, Bethany Simmeliak- green beans, pumpkin pie, cranberry's, and ! think we are going to grandma and grandp~ Simmelinks and Lincoln, Neh. Emma Strand- pumpkin pie. tin'key and spending it with M0ms family in Nebraska. Jo~an Thronsou- turkey and [ like it be~a~,~ il's good. Katie Thronson- dressing and we are going to gra.~pa and grandma Kmus house. N~l~n Under, oDd-everything and I'm ant su~ maybe gtandma's at Sidney. Neb. Batey WbeLham- stuffing and we ape going to ~andma's in Great Bend. Amber Wilden- pumpkin pie awl we are going to gramtad and grandma Jim u~d Terry's house. Ethm~ Wirth- fur key and we usually go lo Wichita bUl we may he staying l'l~ln le. Fourth gr-~e Sarah Wame+ teacher Wltat is your tavorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving and why? Calen B~k. haul and turkey hut ham beiter Ix~'au,~ I like the ,neat. Kohi Bov,-e~- ham, never have liked turkey hal ( love ham. Derek Case- turkey. [x~au~ my Morn cc~ks it and it's good. Cmty Cleary- turkey, tastes gexgl. Ctxty Dean- turkey, better than nor- mal meat. Jada Elicit- turkey. ~r~ndma Becky makes it. Gavin Guest- turkey because it is really gob& Hayden Kraus- stuffing tx~a~e it tastes good. Cooper M DilF stuffing and tur- key, really good arm always has tke right seasoning~. Tayge~ Meier- turkey. Dad or gran@a Lemy autke~ it. Nathan|el Meyers- grilled turkey and my Dad grills it, Nakita Mohler, turkey. I put stuff- ing in it. Faith Re,herr- ham ~ grits my Morn makes and creamy com. We' I1 go to grandma Anns or stay home on Th~ksgivin~. Matthew Rite-turkey. i Ltastes good. Isai~ Ridgeway- ham, it tastes good. Trinity Rulhstrom- lurkcy because 1 like ,anat. Caleb Saathotl- turkey because il is Noah Shipman- ham because it's good. Aaron Ue~-0~ood. smoked turkey, my D~d smokes it. Eli Vance- turkey is mainly t]'~ meat and it doCslft get messy, we tLSe napkins. FLrth grade Nikki Ost, teacher Tell mekow to make ~mcthing for my Thanksgiving+ Grace Aye,s- pumpkin pie. Cut pumpkin takeout seeds and put in pan, put in oven arm cc~+k, take pumpkin and pul over crusl and then more cr~sl ~d then bake. Lucus DeSpain. tin-key, Put it in a pail in the microwave and c ~k for ! +5 minutes. Alyssa Dudley+ turkey. Find a big old turkey, chop off its head, pluck it and otmst it, Just eat tt off the boae and al~+ ham+ refried beans, hamhurgcrs and chicken. Jaren Guinnip- turkey gravy. Put water in pan and when it boils lake ~'mckage gravy mix and put i~ water when it thickens iI is dor~. Tyler Hanmm- pork steak, l~.tt it in the twen at 45{I degrees. Bix,My Head- fix a I'~it plate with sliced apples, bananas, and green grapes Halcy |man- nta-shed potatoes, and g.wavy trot o[ a can. Maim McMains- turkey. Put It in tke oven at 36 '+ degrees and hake fi~r Iwo or throe hours. Kalifomia Peer Reddy- pumpkin pie with Moms help. Take tke pump- kin and thaw ilcm tk ground. After it breaks open lake the stuffout of it and pat in the own mvJ cook for 24 hours. Cool it down and put cinnamon oa it and put in pie shell, coot and eat. Sophia Ridgeway- Cr-anbert~ ~uce, turkey+ ham. and com. 1 would fix all Abbey Schl ifer- green puffy stuff grandma makes. PLstaehio pudding. whipped cream, mashed pineapple. Understand, ymfll like it. Hannah Simmetink- Take frozen beans+ salt, pepper, olive oil and saute in a pan on the stOVe and lhuJl when done put feta eheem on it. Aaron Sterling= Macaroni. Get noodles al tbestom. PuL in water in pan and boil noodles and cheese and wait cover with plate with holes in it and drain. tsabeila Votker- Green bean casse- ro['e. Needa quiz1, dish, two cans gree~ beans, cream of mushroom soup, French fried onions and b~ck in oven for ~ minutes at 350 degrees. Riley Westgate- Go the store and hey a lurkey. Cook in ov ~ for three or four bou~ a1350 to 400 de gg'.es. W hen done take it out and lel it .~t until Tha0ksgiving morning and then slice it. Kale WhelcheL- turkey. Put in urea. [ hunt iL and like it and don't kl~~klf how to ctx+k it, Carttoa Wright- tarkey in a crt,ck pot, Check on tke Lurkey. use regtdar stuff, sail, pepper, cheese, als~ pulnp- kin pie. s5 carry out bbag Thursaay, No~ember 24, 2Ole THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B The wheat has been cut, leftover straw has been baled, and now the ooh/part of the ha~es~ 1ell [or them is lo be removed from the wh~t field and placed where they tan be usoO al a later flute. Itch mites continue to thrive, tnfudate these mites drop down ts they get on the shoulders, the heads of peopte and they ju+st start hiring,*' said Raymond Cloyd. entomology pmfesser at Kan- ~s State University."They' re no! leans. mitring any diseases.They' re just (hav- ing) a natural reactioa to falling into something thal's unknown to 1hem. So it's more of a nuisance than anything.'" The higgesl cha[[enge with itch mites is how little we really know about them. To study an insec~ or mite. the problem has to occur on an annual basis ~ not spoz~ieal|y. However. For the .~ond consecutive year. tke tiny pest known asthe oak leaf itch mite has driven many Kansans to rub and scratch for days. The nearly invisible mite is found in home landscapes, windbreaks and anywhere pm oak tr~s are p~anted. The~ fall frtml the branch ~;, landing on anything -nder the branches+ in+ c'tt.ding pets and humans. "Basically, what happens when this is the fi~t time thin oak leaf iteh mites ha ve o curr~ in Kan sos in hack- to-back years (2015 and 2t;16L 'We" ve onl y had four big outbreaks of oak leaf i~ch ntil ~.: 2tXlq, 20(19, 2015 and 2(116,'" sa,d Cloyd. ~ht+ ,~ a specialist wilh K-State ge~earch and Extension a~ult ~ Ihreaks In K;In~as. 'q-hisagain ix the first timethe rune has bce~l a pmhlem m h+ck-t++-b;,ck ).ears. We slill have u i~,~ m~t quc-.t~on, than a ns~ c r%." "lhe oak teat itch m,te get, it, name fr.m rh intense .t~hmg dt~c.mdOrt it U~tlSt'~. II~ pcopl I he r~h lhat ~+l'ten des l,ll, I|1~1) h,c~, IttOT,2 '[11 do ~,'~lh ~'on' |d]|[ ~ l~t? h ~'~;[~ I~hOI 1h ["~2 h? I|', lf. "'p ~tpl ,art .~.rdh.hl|~. ~i tht, n 't]l 'lu .at' ' ch ',~2 ' :t~;~ h r[~-~[ k t.to.vd ,;itd 'h the?, OI1|.1,%t.1 h + ~, f,l[~, h. Ihe', ~J~ ~113'L'1| ||[~' 'ik k~lJ[lk~~- II'~;~t nld~ [',t.~kl]l 11"1 a bd~.'lC1"l,l~ irlteL[iiqh [ k11(1"~ ~.] it,iin ~lq~" dtlu'r. %t~LJ k2d.n mak ' m-qler', exel+ The oak leaf ntch m~te tsth~ught to be ex lusp,'e to pm oak teat's+ though Ct~yd x=~ nw Indued there i. ~t|ll much te~eatch it+ be ~:ne. "If y~m don't ha~e any pin oaks ea yanr property, it does reduce the pros- pacts of enccuntenng miles,+" he mid. "B tit again, we don't know if o#.e r gall formers are aetually serving as hosLs.'" "For example, cicada eggs -- the oak leaf itch mite will feed an cicada eggs and so this mite may not be as Sl~eific as we as we tkink it ix. ]n fact. it might be more ofa generalisl feeder." A small midge, orffy, crates raised areas of plant tissue know0 ax mar- ginal oak leaf fold galls+ The galls theme|yes areaot harmfultothehealth o[ the tree ~ but oak leaf itch mite~ love to feed en the larvae of thee gall fonner.~. Eventually. the ;nile.'-, fall to the gtoaln| Or on anything trader the troe |nchiding h~tmans and pt=l~, Cloyd bald Wi~ ~.'~t~ld b. air tnZLV,i'~ting ~ulree of in Jr'sin!ion. +'The pets go ot|tside aJtd ilher gel Continued to page 4 Jane Myers. a Jewell County Hospital Long Term ~e resident, helped dacorate the fatalities entry-way in Ihe Fes'flval of Tre~s contest. The tree's theme is "TreaSured Memor~s." All Festival el Tre~ ~'ttrios are on display at the Mankato Libraw The Festival of Trees contesl is sponsored Cry the Jr+ Gfio Club. A Christian Crown by Roy Hanis {Phiiipp~ans 1:21-23) o Rex Freeman o o will be observing his 90th B rthday Friday, Dec. 2 Cards may be sent to Rex f,: ~i]// at 721 S East St .= Mankato, KS 66956 His tinal toad has been laid down .[]enlJy~ quie~yl ~he Of Iffe~ a nghle(ms ~r~'s renard, Bestowed up0e him ~ g~e lad. Life's 1~19rim road has found ~ end Where per~ pee~ and ~t aesoagl Up0n ~e toiling, work.w0~ s0ul O~ or, e'~qo's ~ine~ a Iong-so~ht goal, in remembrance of Gag Colson November 25. 201,4 Your Family " S tede, d" Dacey Beck- In,key and aunt KinseyGarst-turkey. tmclePJusu- K~stine makes the best turkey and all)' grills,t. Tommi Hcnxelton- stufti~g b ca~tse +,ou,eliu|+s U l t le See, l t+ . . 7''-37"-0600@~ ~CL~~~o~h~Pro~@~~~ MaccusChrislmann-lurkey.l~unp- II ta :.tes gt,g'~ ki:fl[fig,pie-nly big brother Josiah is coot- ]rHarEev [nlan- lurke~ + t'~%'al, l~g, ' tt iS ~/ ~ ,~,~ "ADA Certified Daxitl CleaD'- pumpkin pie and ! i~ ililillli dofl't know who1 We &re doing CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE SavannaE Coib pumpkin pie and B we're staying borne. Wednesday - November 30, 2016 Kadeigh Davis- stuffing, mashed ] ~ r',~ p,tat,~, turkey, pumpkin pie ~d we i 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. I "~ Andy Wolker, M.D. Nolon Beovem, M.D.'* are staying home with grandma Twila and the rest o[my family. I Mankato Commumty Center, Mankato, Kan Mofllyn Dunstun, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kromer, A.P.R.N. Isaac Deichen- turkey and mashed IBaked Grands Am.mitt Ander.wm I Bryon Houchens, P.A.C. potatoes ard we ate going to both I KIDs Kreations Ci|ris and Jil/Klos | grandma's houses+ I Thiny-Ot~ Bags Kristin Kujath I SOl'COS Tyler DeSpain- chicken and i'm : Handmade Be'~led Jewels', Sewn Gifts A~,+~ attd Nikki Liltfe a Acute inf~lienl core, Sw~nO De~:ts, Outootfenl core, PeOiotrLcs. playing outside. I Homemade Candy ] Carol Wakefidd i Hospice, Creshtue Coflofle Apadrnenls, 24 Hour Err~rgoncy ~oom I Premier Jewelry Sara ReiterI Diognosflc ." Wagaya Perfection Siteili Nawwm I Loborotor,/, Digttol Ro~ogW, EKG.% L--ff $cano~RIs, Hol~er MordtorlnG 51tess Testing, V~,tous B-N Touch Massage Brennan Williams a Fdday, Saturday,Sunday ],Tastefully Simple Cit~dy m,~ I Corotid Dopp~ Stuclie~ Ec&ocamiograrm, Annuol HeOIth Far Partictr:~nt, Worm~'s Heolfh I i Indcpcncknt Beauty consultants Pare Dunst,u and Htdev77,#np.~onI Oinic and Kon Be ~y CI[NC I Nov. 25, 26, 27 7:30p.m, I ! Giftltems e ~n~niaes I PC I Crocheted Blankets Azrbr~)" Davis I Trolls I . KcepCol~ct, ve H.Io' 7ht mcml Rehabilihafion | DreamW0rkS ,~ir~50o's TrOis is I ! Baked Goods Emily Rulmr+ aud Angd, Cieao" I Diobefic Eductolion, Ph~cctl Theropy. Speech Thoropy, 1 aninevereMcomedyexlravag&azawilhI [Homemade Candles. Soap and I olion Bars Jo)we GruffI Occupofiono] llaeropy 1 inr n~ible masi ! from II~ genius cm- I - US~ B~ Km'lo, e RamseyI Jew~l Counhf Hospll~l - Prcvldlno o ~endly, codr~ mm~Ironment I~dsr,~.r++m,~mK~ i !Paparazzi Jewelry E~ni!~.' 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