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, is recipient Book Award Lenexa. has been rec- the Kansas Alumni Asso- : Crowell Book Award. is for senior students record of superior achievement in high school as outstanding in at Shawnee Mis- Honor Society and in percent of her class of 359 She is also a student at r Community College. is the daughter of Roy and Lenexa, KS and Gale and of Burr Oak. Grand- L.E. and Doris Hancock, Burr Oak. Notes on former teachers in Jewell Several former teachers of the USD 279 schools have been seen lately. Steve Catron, a formermusic teacher, now teaches at Minneapolis. He is a member of the "Heart of America" band which was seen in concert on KOOD Nov. 8. The band is composed of band teachers, students and citizens who love to play in a band. Their next con- cert Is in Feb,~ary in Lindsborg. Pat Whitaker, a former speech teacher, now lives in Ellsworth and is employed in the North Central Regional Planning office there. M/M "Ibm Pierce and family were recent visitors of M/M Franklin Ross and M/M Robert Westgate. Tom and Robert continued their traditional hunting togetherwith their sons on the opening day of pheasant season. They called on M/M Ralph Spiegel, too. council evaluates Craft Day 2 meeting oflhe Jewell r Community Educatlon Homemaker Coun- to order by president, at 9 a.m. in the exten- Nine members and one the roll call, Many ~Omments were made about Craft Day which was at- 130. The group felt that acceptable except that tables were needed during ." a decision that for future set up of tables and will be hired to assist task. Club Garden Club began Year when thirteen members Pahls met at the home of Nov. 18. president, Gerry Topliff, meeting with a Veterans ,. collect was repeated present. The program corn- new year books. Was answered with your favor- In school. the business meeting the to assist with the flower the Corn Show. It was an- that the Christmas meeting dinner at the Buffalo Roam 12:30 p.m. There will be a $2 program committee program. Thompson provided a r the afternoon. served refreshments at of the meeting. Years club Club met Nov. 20, Hostesses were Max- and Muriel Meschner. enjoyed a bountiful dinner were M/M Ernest Ike Soash. tEaton, president, presided at meeting. Thadd Hinkle the door prize. the second part of Train" VCR by Lorraine I will be at the Dec. Come join us. Lorraine Frye, sec. pro. tern. Service Ministerial Alliance will serv- evening, Nov. 25 at the Church with Rev. Steve are asked to bring for the needy in Jewell. The go for completing the food Mlcki Walker and Ivah Hoard gave informative reports about the recent state KEHC conference in Wichita. Unit Standard of Excellent reports are due to the Extension Office by Dec. 7. Alma Garman andAdelalde Regnier will serve on the review committee to evaluate these yearly report. The next meeting will be held on Dec. 7 with Micki and Veronica as hostesses. All club officers will be in- vited to attend the training session at 11 a.m. and the following dutch noon luncheon. An exchange of $5 hand- cra/led gifts will be enjoyed by every- one attending. Alma Garman, secretary FHSU receives ok for Lewis Field work The last hurdles have been cleared (no pun intended) and Fort Hays State University officials will now shift into high gear toward the installation of new, all-weather surfaces on the track and football field at Lewis Field. The football field surface will be synthetic but will not be astroturf. The track surface will be of rubberized material. The funding for these projects is coming from the student body. They voted to pay an additional $1.25 per credit hour on their first 15 hours to generate funds to be used to upgrade some of our facilities. The students know that what they are doing is for them and for future generations of students and athletes. McNich01s wins sewing challenge Nancy Zieman, hostess of the weekly televison program, SewingWith Nancy, announces that Rebecca McNlchols of Burr Oak, is a second place winner in th Casual Wear Division of the Sewing With Nancy Challenge. McNichors winning jacket is made of dark green waterproof poplin with inset stripes of Seminole patchwork. She accented the Jacket with khaki at the collar, the back vent, the elasti- cized waistband, and cufs. Piping of various colors accent and set-off the patchwork design. McNichols added the contrasting back vent for interest and ease of movement. "I often throw a waterproof Jacket over a sweater or sweatshirt on the farm and need a Jacket that has space to let me move freely," she ex- plains. As a second place winner, McNlchols wins a gingher/pellon assortment which includes: 8" knife edge bent shears, applique scissors, thread nip- Pets, fusible fleece, Thermolam Plus, Wonder-Under, Pel-Alre, Stretch-Ease, Sof-Shape, Shlrtailor, Waist*Shaper and Fusible Pelion Interfacing. McNichols has been sewing since grade school. "It has not only been a relaxing hobby, but an economic ne- cessity to me throughout my life," she says. "I find tremendous pleasure in constructing useful and decorative projects with very little investment" November 25, 1992 -2~m Jett~ll Colmty P@zt- 19 Jewell Area News By RobertaHoldren M/M G.L. Fedde of Rogers, AR, called Church in Jewell sent 17 pairs of their on Dorotha Bohnert Saturday and took shoes and 34 pairs of new socks to the her to the bazaar at Trinity UMC. They children of Russia by way of Josh visited with Doris Dlvel while there. McDowell Ministries. Socks and post- The Trlnityladies report a successful age were paid for by the cans the chil- bazaar, dren had gathered for recycling. Saturday, theChamberofCommerce dewell Senior Citizens men were busy putting up Christmas The Senior Citizens met Nov. 20 lights for the Christmas opening on with 31 present. Glora and Robert Heel Nov. 28. Some new decorations have were hosts and had prepared the tur- been purchased and will add to the key and dressing. Pastor Gilbert For- beauty of the town during the holiday rest led the noon blessing. season. Glora conducted the meeting begin- The community was saddened to ning with the poem "Thanks for Home leamofthedeathofJoannWilsonlast Things" and several other seasonal Thursday. Funeral services were held poems. Visitors were welcomed. Monday morning at Trinity Church. The door prize was won by Maude Betty Atklnson underwent surgery .... Jones.The next meeting will be Dec. 4. in Sailrm-i~day. - Bring a dollar grab bag gift. Ham will be The Christian Church reports a furnished. Thelma Abram and Doris good turnout for their dinner Sunday Divel will be hostesses. The Council on and the program by the converted Aging will meet in Jewell on Dec. 17. Russian girl. Cards were signed to BettyAtkinson, Karen Mdntyre Is spending some Rosa Wheat, Della Simmons, Lena time with her daughter in Belleville. Blacker, Llllle Malloryand Don Simme- Judy Burchett is lending a hand at the link. Games were played. Jewell Variety. V. Wesselowski, see. The children of the Evangelical Free Ionia Area News By Janice Henningsen Kim Schlaefli had a lovely bridal shower Saturday, given by friends. There was a good crowd present. Kim and Mark Vieta were weekend guests of Dick Schlaeflis and all had Thanksgiv- ing dinner at Elizabeth Schlaefli's Sunday. Susan Schlaefli played a piano solo for church Sunday, Bill Schlaefil attended the National FFA convention recently. Jerry Totten and friend, Joda, Law- fence, visted Hal Totten over the week- end and visited Lola at Mankato LTC. Several families attended the Trinity UMW bazaar Saturday in Jewell. Dale and Rhonda Slmmelink and family were Friday night guests of Janie Patton, Wichlta and Saturti~, theyvis - ited Don Slmmelink atWesley Hospital. Don hopes to come home the first of the week. The Simmelinks visited her grand- mother in Hutchinson. Marjorie and Reba Noller plan to spend the winter with their brother, Keith, at a farm near Esbon. Marie Burdett has returned from a trip to Davis, CA by Amtrak train where she attended the wedding of her grand- daughter, Catherine Mairie Sparks on Oct. 24, which was held on their lawn. She stayed until Nov. 12 for the birth of a baby gift, Elsie Jordaine, to another granddaughter, Mrs. Tom Moore. They are children of Mrs. Burdette's daugh- ter, Shirley and Joe Sparks. They took four-generatlon photos and also toured San Fransico which included a cable I III I Tom and Margueritte Miles attended a family dinner in Cawker at the Gene Wise home Sunday. The bountiful Thanksgiving supper and service at Ionia was attended by sixty-four people. The altar was deco- rated for the season by Karen Moyer. Pastor Frances Rathbun's messasge was on Thanksgiving. Little Chance Colson made his first trip to church with his parents, the Joe Colsons. Jessie Slmmelink had several birth - day parties with her family to celebrate her 13th year. M/M Roger Fedde spent the week- end with the Tom Woolery family. Kansas/Nebraska Irrigation Expo The Irrigation Expo will be held on Dec. 8 at the Moose Lodge in Concordia and on Dec. 9 at the Elk's Lodge in Superior. The trade show begins at 9:30 a.m. with over 20 commercial exhibitor booths. The first I00 registrants at each location will receive a free meal. Contact the Cloud Co. Extension Office (243-8185) or Nuckolls Co. Extension Office (402-225-2381) to pre-register. This irrigation expo is a Joint venture between the University of Nebraska- Lincoln and the Kansas State Univer- sity Cooperative Extension programs. car ride and tour of Alcatraz prison. This report from the Mankato Livestock Commis- sion Co. Selling 593 cattle. Here are some sales: 19 mx strs, wt 770 87.60 11 mx strs, wt 435 100.50 12 Char hfrs, wt 420 93.00 12 Char strs, wt 685 85.75 21 mx strs, wt 645 84.75 24 Saler x strs, wt 555 92.90 17 mx hfrs, wt 740 82.35 26 mx strs, wt 555 92.00 13 mx hfrs, wt 560 86.50 11 Sire x strs, wt 700 85.00 12 Saler x strs, wt 665 65.00 7 rd strs, wt 860 86.50 26 Hol strs, wt 510 77.00 17 mx strs, wt 530 93.00 25 mx hfrs, wt 600 84.25 30 Sire x strs, wt 605 85.60 13 Sim x strs, wt 715 83.10 13 mx strs, wt 660 86.75 22 mx strs, wt 745 84.10 11 Char strs, wt 750 87.25 29 mx strs, wt 885 80.40 39 mx strs, wt 750 87.40 23 mx strs, wt 785 86.90 23 mx strs, wt 640 86.75 We have over 500 head of cattle consigned for Nov. 27. More by Sale Timel MANKATO LIVESTO CK COMMISSION CO. ANDY MONTGOMERY, Owner...402-879-3004 Mobile Phone... 913-545-8366 JON RUSSELL, Fieldman ....... 913-374-4482 BILL LOGAN, Fieldman ......... 913-378-3327