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7 THE JEWELL COUNTY POST Thursday, November 28, 1996 t .... • i¸ i~ weather can't dampen Day enthusiasts A popular annual fall event repeatedly attracts the of many individuals surrounding area Craft Day sponsored by the FCE (Family Commu- r Education Council} mem- This year's event was no i spite of being Smith and Ruth Ann Fleming "Embossing," Barb Thomas and Phyllis Liggett from the Flower Patch "Porcelain An- gels and Lace Potpourri Jars," Audrey Hamilton "Ceramics," Iris Cosand "Ornaments." "Angels and Brass Pins" by MaJean Schneider from Stuff the following day N Such, "Felt Poinsettia" by oficyconditions, over Ava Lee Maydew, "Lightbulb persons ventured to theSanta" by Shirley Wood and Jo Armory Nov. 15 to Larsen, "Potpourri Melts" by 'thlscraft-fllleddaywhose Shells Lorence, and "Angel was "Gifts for the Hell- Ornament" by Peggy Th- Following the Mankato Jr. High Fall Concert, Tuesday, Nov. 19, refireshments were served. Photo by Less Peroutek. AWANA members sang and signed several songs at the Randall Community Church Sunday. From left: Caleb Ramsey, Amy Waterman, Ca[lie Coco, Michael Bohnert, Laura Butts & Jacob Greene. Photo by Fawns Barrett Jewell FHA officers to Cluster Six chapter officers, Sarah Griffeth, Melanie Nulty, Lesley McCollough, Holly Kadel, Julie Scheef and Jessie Simmelink, of Jewell Future Homemakers of America participated in a lead- ership training conference in Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 15-17. It was the fourth in a series of five national cluster meetings. "Count Down to Success" was the theme. The 2,500 young men and women and their adult advisors dealth with an array of issues including family, serf-image and financial manage- EDUCATION IN THE NEWS for seniors The Jewell County Drug antL Alcohol Council is offering three scholarships to JeweU High School, White Rock High School and Mankato Jr.-Sr. High school seniors who com- plete an application and write an essay on Effects of Drugs and Alcohol on the Per- son Using and the Family and Friends of the User." A $250 scholarship will be awarded to one senior from each of three Jewell County high schools. Each scholar- ship is to be used for the 1997- 98 college orvocational school year. Applications are avail- able at all three high schools. The applications and essays must be completed and re- turned to Robert and Sandra Westgate by February 1, 1997. Buser tours A group of Fort Hays State University students visited the Lamed Correctional Mental Health Facility, Nov. 22, The students toured the facility to learn how applied psycholo- gists work in that setting. Attending from Jewell County was Joys Buser, Jew- ell senior. White Rock AMANDA DIEHL Diehl wins scholarship Amanda Dlehl, senior at White Rock High School, Burr Oak, was recently Judged as V.F.W. Sixth District winner in the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. Amanda competed with 16 other local winners through- out the Sixth District region. She will be awarded a $300 check in April at the Sixth District Spring Convention, and her entry will be sent on to State Competition at Lawrence in December. Amanda is the daughter of Mac & Tracie Dichl, Burr Oak. READ Day USD # 104 to To help promote education have special week and the love of reading, White Rock School sponsored a READ Day Nov. 22. The Board of Education of Students from all grade lev- U.S.D. 104 will meet in special els worked together on their session at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2. reading skills. A book was 1996, at the White Rock High selected, "Stringbean's Tip to School, Burr Oak. The pur- the Shining Sea," and each pose of the meeting is to dis- group of students (made up of cuss board goal #3 - Explore elementary, middle and high participation optionsreflective school students) read and re- of enrollment changes. searched about his travels. mont. The newest program, Families First, was introduced. Throughout the morning ompson and Edna Fogo. The program emphasized ways to explore opportunities they continued researching, #X ST,4 O Caylor shared a NolaBessAtwood, Barbara available through FHA/HERO to help them succeed in families, reading and writing interest- ," of clever and useful Rannebeck, Shirley Wood and carcers and communities. Attendees experienced a three-screen hag items they discovered made from recycled Doris Worm made the dell- multi-media presentation and a variety of leadership training during their quests. The day ds. Demonstrations clous vegetable beef and chili opportunities offered. Keynote speaker, Jones Loflin, chal- culminated with a dress re- z senl ed by Be :ty Hobel- soups and superb ham sand- lenged all to strive for success as an individual and team leader, hearsalfor the high schoolplay. Sheila Lorence and Ivah wiches. Homen'mde pies wereWorkshops on national programs and making a difference were MpAtlt Following each dem- donated by severalindividuals included. Sunday's speaker was RoE Carawan. Activities con- a drawing held and served during the 4:30-centrated on developing leadership skills through team build- l • who would win 6:30 supper hour. Several ingandSTAR(StudentsTakingActionwithRecognition}events, Something YOU coml: craft project, tables displayed crafts madeFHA/HERO competitive events. "Strip Glass" was by local club members. "Attending Cluster meetings provided our chapter officers Always Wanted To Do... by Marlys Jensen, Theeventbeganat2:00p.m. with an opportunity to learn team organizational skills to lead Lorence's "rreetop with greetings being given by our chapter during the remainder of the year," says Holly Kadel, Inquire Today ! Classes Starting iven to Jean Blew, County FCE president, MicklKansas State FHA president. FHA is a dynamic student organi- Early January~February Hoard's "Stain Walker. Lucky wlnners'of the zation ofmore than 9,000.000 youth since its founding in 1945. JOSEPH'S was taken home by door prizes drawn throughout GED's welcome *Personalized instruction " Wood, Mankato. the event were Frledel Graduate in just over a year COI.LE(;EOF BEAUTY crafts were offered as Gordanier, Formoso; MarJorie The Board of Education, USD 278, M,'mkato CALL FOR BROCHURE: 1-800-742-7827 .'-it projectswith Moser, Mankato; Marllyn intends to fill (by appointment) a vacancy on the Boa;'2 of Education, Let JOSEPH'S explain Financial Aid Assistance & Lifetime Job Placement 'indlvidualsmaktngthese Smith, Mankato; LorenSweat, mated by the resignation of Joel Latta. Any qualified voter residing Hastings "Grand Island" Keamey" North Platte" Norfolk" Beatrice" Lincoln Instructors for these Jamestown; Maxine Dcmpsey, within the boundaries of the school district is eligible for this position. were Phyllis Doyle "Gin-Mankato; and Audrey Hamfl- The position will first be filled by appointment and the term will expire Juno 30, 1997. At the next election, April 1997, the voters will elect • Ornaments," Phyllis ton. Mankato. someone to fill the position from July 1, 1997 through June 30, 1999. D Any interested person should contact the president of the board, Susan port=o Lelt=ls, Social, Currert Harper 378-3106 or call the administrative office 378-3102 and they ents are found In this lssae!JJ hamwillbec°nsideredf°rthisp°siti°n'Thedeadiinef°racceptingrequest~been set for Dec. 6. 2--Scholars Bowl-St. John's 3:30 4--Site Council mtg, Esbon, 7:30 5--WRMS Basketball at Randall 2:30 6--WRHS Basketball at Mankato 6:30 7--6th gr. & H.S. to KMEA ............... 7--WRHS Basketball, Red Cloud at Burr Oak 6:30 9--Board of Education mtg, Esbon 7:30 10--WRHS Basketball at Jewell 6:30 12--K-12 Christmas Program, Esbon 7:30 pm 13--WRHS Basketball at Guide Rock 6:30 14--ACT Tests 16--WRMS Basketball, Mankato at Esbon 5 pm 17--WRHS Basketball, Smith Center at Burr Oak 6:30 19--WRMS Basketball, So. Cloud at Esbon 5 pm If you are a woman,,you are at risk for breast cancer! 20:31W'RHSsBtS2;tvb::latiJewell at Burr Oak 6:30 Early detection is your best defense I 1 Learn if you' re eligible for FREE Ma mmog ra ms and Pap Tests Learn how to enroll today! KANSAS BREAST St CERVICAL Call: Cancer Information Service 1-800-4-CANCER CANCER INITIATIVE BELOIT m FORMOSOmGLEN ELDERm NtANKATOm TIPtON Fumls for this program are provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Pret,,'ntion through the Kansas l)t'partment of Health and Envinmment. Mankato 378-3162 * Formoso 794-2211 Member FDIC