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|I % No.8 Mankato, Ks. (USPS 274-940) 1. 10 t / 9999 t Wednesday, November 25, 1992 - 24 pages - 50 cents Jewell men injured in separate accidents Two young men from Jewell were injured in separate accidents Sunday. Both have been hospitalized. Soan Snyder received severe facial injuries and damage to his mouth in a accident southwest of Jewell. He was driving a pickup on a county road anti was thrown out when the vehicle rolled and landed in a milo field. He under- went about four hours of surgery at Mary Lannlng Hospital, Hastings, and was still in intensive care Monday morning. The other accident occured nearly six miles east of Jewell on Highway 28 when a vehicle driven by Shane Th- ompson struck a guard raft or culvert. He was picked up by passersby and taken into Randall where he intended to play some basketball with other fel- lows. He collapsed and was taken by ambulance to Mitchell County Hospi- tal. Later, he was transferred to H CA Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. The extent of his injuries has not been de- termined as of Monday morning. played by Kendal Utt, threatens Professor Keats, played by Thadd H1nkle, when he refuses to elope Boan, played by i Wood, in the production of "Profesoor, How Could You?" successful comedy get everybody matched up, after a fashion ) found himself need- three days and ending up women pledging undying Of coarse, he had help out ofhhis slmat/on. Playe~ cast of 13 How Could You" on Saturday to an audience of Their six to eight weeks of in learning lines and prac- off with lots of laughter. cast was from Mankato. but one dedicated cast member came from Simpson. Rick McCullough, play- ing the part of Barnaby K. Bogglns, the butler, drove from Simpson to Mankato for each practice, and perfomance and Phyllis Essllnger as Grandma Perry, Jeanne Bleecker as Vicky Randolph, Philip Menhusen as John Appleby, Thadd Hinkle as Keats Perry, Linda c~ngle as Priscilla Morely, Phyills Ug- gett as Valerle Whitman, LindaWood as Tootsie Bean, Kendal Utt as Butcher Boy Bean and Mindy Myers, Dee Wolfe and Jenna Bleecker as the children, are all from Mankato. Don Barnhart directed the play and Miranda Bamhart took care of lights and sound. Other members of the Jewell County ~ as~Asted in various behind-the-scene ways. A third perfomance of this three act comedy is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 6, in the Jewell High.School at 3 p.m. If you missed it the first time, don't miss it the next time. It's great entertain- ment. High School Two die in wreck Joel W. Arneson, 21, Fo~. and Paul G. Krull, 23, Red Cloud, were killed about I0 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, when their pickup went out of con- trol about 2 1/2 miles north of Webber. Both men were ejected from the veh/cle. The Kansas Highway Patrol repor~ Arneson was the driver of the 72 GMC. Reportedly, he wastraveltng at a high vehicle on the Webber blacktop. The pickup left the roadway, crossed the ditch, tore through a pasture fence and rolled several times before coming to rest on its wheels in a creek. welcomes foreign exchange student - - - - .... Pin Yu "Jimmy" Mak, from Hong Kong, is a foreign ex- living with Rev. Steve Jflnmy at- 22 to complete hls obe -or exchange student school days. How- her high school dldnl offer she was unable to abroad and her felt they could act as a In/,~ Year in Amer- Brenda saw the chance to a foreign student. They corn- for Jewel] High School. ,tobeextremely being part of the football Imay decide to go out for track as well. but a typical high Indeed, Brenda refe~ to "the perfect teenager." Aside arduous study habit& Jimmy clean at all times, picks ulet. Hewrites and mail poursin for gets more mall that t states. seems enthralled with the all around him, there per~aren~mh~ ' Larle ~ ~. the MeK- change student has lived up to their expectations, the McKiearnan's give an emphatic WESI* Jewelrs impression of Jimmy is 100 percent positive. How does he see Jewell? Jimmy has capsulized his feelings and impressions of our community by writing the following thoughts. They appear completely treed/ted as his per- sonality and charm reverberates through his words as written. nary fromhls perspeeU~. ~mey urms in Hcmg Kong are, by necessity, much Jimmy, who has only one l~rothm-, enjoys the McKtearnarb children, Steplmnn~ 7: Aehley, 4k and Tlmmy, 15 months. He especially enjoys help- Ing little Tlmmy learn to talk. Jimmy peal.~ well. though .kng and ceaoqu~a~ are .Unnbangbkx~ for ht~ When mked if havmg a fmega ez-