"
Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
Lyft
December 18, 2003     Jewell County Record
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 18, 2003
 

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




y! JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, December 18, 2003 Illl I I II ple plans June event Births Fischer-McGuire presented award Velma Garman, Mankato, recei red Jewell ................ Exten- !! .......... , ~. Award at e the recent'g.an- ~ ~ "Velma has contributions, riot only to Jew- ell County pro- but she continues to lend her organizational abilities and her :~ttention to detail to other civic and social organizations," said Deanna Sweat, Jewell County Extension agent. Lisa Boyles, Extension chairper- made the presentation. Garman's Figgins, attended the Garman's accomplishments include anize the county health fair, Ident-A-Kid identification card act and the essay and artwork con- Garman was on the executive board i 999-2002 and was a member of and Consumer Services PDC. "Under leadership, the health important wellness for many people," Sweat "Valuable laboratory and sen- 'check ups' are provided every for more than 300 participants." Garman was instrumental in estab- ishing the Ident-A-Kid project that County students. Approxi- mately 200 students get these identifi- cation cards. The essay and artwork contest for project Garman oversees. She is an active member of Family and Consumer Education where she serves as treasurer, a position she's held the past four years. She assists with craft day, spring .'ea, and attends county and area meetings. She pro- vides Tuesday Happenings programs at Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, is a county fair superintendent, a member of the Montrose Modern Homemakers and is active in Montrose United Methodist Church. Randall UCW elect officers ~awna Barrett was elected presi- dent when Randall United Church Women met recently. Other officers are Ivah Hoard, vice president, Charlotte Anderson, secre- tary, and Karen Mattes,n, treasurer. New year books were assembled Correspondence included thank you notes from the families of Mildred McElroy, Vaughn Flinn, Lynette Tin jill, and Darline Abling and Christ- mas appeals from OCCK and Youthville. Donations were approved for OCCK, Youthville and Morrison House, Salina. The purchase of a table for the copier was approved. Members donated to the Angel Tree at Jewell and to the food pantry. Hoard and Faye Novak were hon- ored for birthdays during the last six months. Ill Ken and Janet Fischer, Beloit, an- nounce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Jennifer Ann, to Brett Anthony McGuire. He is the son of Audra and the late Ray Berry, Mankato, and Mike and Sara McGuire, Scott City. Grandparents of the couple are Hubert and Marjean Konzem, Beloit; Milford and Anne *st, Mankato; and Lois McGuire, Hutchinson. The bride-elect, a graduate of St. John's High School, Beloit, and Hutchinson Community College, is employed as a registered nurse in the Neonatal ICU at SalinaRegional Health Center. The bridegpom is a graduate of Beloit High School, Hutchinson Com- munity College and Kansas State Uni- versity with a B.F.A. in graphic de- sign. He is employed as a graphic designer for Smoky Hillg'Phblic Tele- vision. The couple plans to be married June 5 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Beloit. 4-H Junior Leaders give gifts to facility The Jeweli County 4-H Junior Lead- ers bought gifts for youth at Beloit Correctional Facility when they met Dec. 14 at the Rooster Palace, Jewell. A total of 17 members, five leaders, and three guests attended. Members also brought food items for the Jewell County Food Pantry. Caleb Ramsay, president, con- ducted the business meeting. Mem- bers evaluated the recent fund-raising project and reported customers were pleased with the products. The next project will be a campaign to sell fresh fruit and butter braids beginning Feb. 8. The group voted to sponsor a Get Ready Workshop to assist younger members prepare 4-H Day entries. The workshop is Jan. 11 from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Jewell Community Centerj. All 4- H members are invited to participate. Applications to host youth from New Jersey in July were turned inand housing assignments will be made soon for the July interstate exchange with Somerset County New Jersey. The group presented their spon- sors, Gary Tordrup, Bob and Pat Kemmerer and Loren and Deanna Sweat with gift certificates from Klema Meats. Next meeting is Feb. 8. Webber Wide Awake 4-H News The Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club met for its November meeting at the Webber Methodist Church. President Jared Nelson called the meeting to order. Roll call was the name of a favorite singer, and was answered by five members, two leaders and three guests. Armeshia Bartholomew and Justin Menke announce the birth of their daughter, Tessa Dee Menke, born Nov. 24 at Mary Lanning Memorial Hospi- tal. Grandparents are Mark and Dee Freimuth and Richard and Deb Bartholomew, all of Mankato; Dean and Sue Stromer, Glenvil, Nab., and Dan and Sandy Menke, Hastings, Neb. Great grandparents are Bob and Jan McCune, John and Tessie Bartholomew and Faye Boiler, all of Mankato; Robert Boiler, Downs; Adrian and Maureen Menke and Alvira Kathman, Lawrence, Nab. Great-great- grandparents are Lyle and Elizabeth Reece, Mankato. UMW has 'presents' lesson "Christmas Presents" was the les- son, presented by Jan McCollough, when Jewell Trinity United Methodist Women met recently. The worship center featured a Christmas tree and presents, with the focus on God's present to us, our pre- sents to each other and memories of presents by members. A vocal trio of Melissa Rice, Shirley Varney and Sally Engel sang The business meeting was con- ducted by Engel." Donations to the angel tree were approved. Comforts for missions will be tied in February. It was approved to adopt another prisoner to hold in prayer as was done last year. It was approved to serve a meal to the district pastors when they meet in Jewell Apr. 23. Cookies will be fur- nished for the Kids for Christ program Sunday. Caroling is Dec. 22 with a 5:30 supper. Christmas Eve services are at the Christian Church at 7 p.m. Pastor Jim Rice installed officers with prayer and laying on of hands. Carolyn Abram was hostess. The next meeting is Jan. 8 which is Call to Prayer and Self Denial. Local students get K-State degrees Several students from the Jeweli County area were candidates for de- grees during fall graduation from Kan- sas State University this month,,.,,._ Graduates, their home towns and degrees are listed: Jewelh Nathan Greene, B.S. in ag- riculture; Heather Ward, associate of science; and Sandra Lea Henningsen, B.S. in family studies and human ser- vices Mankato: Jennifer Harris, associ- ate of science in B.S. in technology management; Sarah Harris, B.S. in business administration, and Haley Wilson, B.S. in family studies and hu- man services. Scandia: Lisa Gile, B.S. in family studies and human services. Smith presents UMW program Elaine Smith presented the Christ- HOLIDAY WISHES Withe t:s:;krrSetrs ~lolJr ur brightening up our year. Merry Christmas to you! Christmas gopen use Monday and Tuesday Dec. 22 and 23 Closed: Wednesday, Dec. 24 (at noon) Thursday, Dec. 2~ IFannwoy Credit Union 102 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3134 Members discussed plans for the upcoming December meeting activi- ties. It was decided to meet at the Good Samaritan Home for Christmas carol- ing. Each family is to bring three fruit baskets for delivery to Webber resi- dents and 4-H friends and more carol- ing. Each member will bring a $5 gift for a Christmas Gift Exchange. Officers conducted a new member ceremony for two new members, Clay Henderson and Renee *st. During the program, Cailie Boyles gave a project talk on preparing a dairy animal for a show. Laura Harris gave a demonstra- tion on filling a sewing machine bob- bin. Jason Nelsons gave a parliamen- mas program when Harmony United Methodist Women met recently. Smith focused on the vulnerability of children in today's world, using the front page stories as examples. Shirley Snider read from the book "Queen Annes Lace" and closed devo- tions with a prayer. Roma Grout presided at the busi- ness meeting. Coralyn Kaufman read an article about Mexico from the Prayer Calen- dar. Dec. 17 both Circles will as- semble "cheer baskets." Eileen Wilson and Bonnie Newell were hostesses I! Jason and Jared Nelson, Formoso, members of the Jewell County Junior Leaders, place gifts under the angel tree at Farmway Credit in Mankato. Members also donated gifts to the tree in Jewell. II JC Friendship Meals i i i , Monday: Tator tot casserole, mixed vegetables, wheat roll, grapefruit and oranges. Tuesday: Swiss steak, scalloped potatoes, be,is in orange sauce, wheat roll, ice cream. Wednesday: Baked ham, cranber- ries, baked sweet potatoes, broccoli Normandy, spinach dressing, roll, pumpkin crunch cake. Thursday: Closed. Friday: Closed. Meals delivered by Catholic Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. SBA loans available in some counties Businesses in some Nebraska, Colo- rado, Kansas, South Dakota and Wyo- ming counties have until Jan. 14 to file applications for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The SBA Economic Injury Disas- ter Loans are available for businesses de.pc, ndent on farmers and ranchers sus- taimng crop losses due to drought, extreme heat, grasshopper infestation and high winds that occurred from July 1, 2002, and continuing. Farmers and ranchers are not eli- gible for these SBA loans. However, nurseries that are victims of drought disasters can apply. Businesses in the following counties are eligible to ap- ply: Nuckolls, Thayer, Webster, Jew- ell, Republic and Smith. Guard gets new commander Lt. Col. Gregory S. Salisbury as- sumed command of the 174th Ord- nance (Maintenance) Battalion, Kan- sas Army National Guard during a recent ceremony in Hays. The 174th Ordnance Battalion head- quarters is located in Hays with subor- dinate uni.ts in the following cities: Smith Center, Mankato, Belleville, Phillipsburg, Norton, Goodland, Colby, Russell, Dodge City, Liberal, Wichita, Fort Riley and Sabetha. Salisbury accepted command from outgoing commander, Lt. Col. Lawrence E. Hannan Salisbury, 42, began his military career in 1981 as an enlisted soldier in the Kansas Army National Guard serv- UTE THEATER Mankato, K,~n. .... DOe, "11)- 21 Showtime: 7:30 p.m, Set in New Oriels, this is the stop/of a mysterious man, N~ Easter (John Cusac~) ~ gets h~setl on the juqt o~ a landmark case against a gun manufacturer in an attempt l* influence the other }u~/members to vote a certain way. Mean. ,h~. Easter's gi..Haand.i~ulee (P.ache~ Weisz).laes to swindle ~e ~omeys (Gane Hackman and Dustin Hoflman) to pay miUions of dol~s Io have ~e jury return a ver~=t friendly to their diesis. Rated P~-I3 for "violence, /angeage and thematic elements. 785-378-3172 ing as an infantryman. He graduated form Fort Hays State University Re- serve Officer Training Corps in 1983. In June 1998, he became the com- mander for the Regional Training Site- Maintenance in Salina. He was pro- moted to lieutenant colonel and as- signed to Headquarters, State Area Command, where he served as the homeland security officer and surface maintenance manager. Salisbury's military awards include the Army Commendation Medal with four oak leaf clusters, Air Force Com- mendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal with silver oak leaf cluster and numerous other awards. He is employed with Kansas De- partment of Wildlife and Parks as the Conservation Officer iri Pratt. Salisbury and his wife Melinda reside in Bennington. They have tWO chil- dren. Hannan, 44, began his military ca- reer in 1977 as an enlisted soldier in the North Dakota Army National Guard. He graduated from the North Dakota Military Academy. In 1985, he trans- ferred to the Kansas Army National Guard. Hannan's military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with six oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal with five oak beat cluster sand numerous other award~. He is employed with the KSARNG as the Heavy Mobile Equipment Me- chanic Supervisor, Kansas Army Na- tional Guard Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site, located on Fort Riley. Republic Christmas was in the air at the home of Bonnie Elliott when the Republican UMW and guest, Kaye Barrett, met on Dec. 4. Greetings and welcomes were ex- tended by Anita Cline, co-president, who also expressed thanks for the help of completing the Advent Baskets. She, then gave a brief Christmas devotion and a prayer. The unit achieved gold status for 2003. Plans for craft day were dis- cussed. The program presented by Bonnie , Elliott, was from the book, "A Crippled Lamb." The Mitten tree is to go to the Belleville Elementary School. Guests gathered around a table deco- rated with a triple candelabra with gold accent Each received a golden angel note card hand crafted by Bonnie Elliott, a Christmas booklet compli- ments of Mae Sandeil and a triangle magic marker from Mary Agnes Johnson. Each had brought goodies to share and cider and coffee were pro- vided by the hostess, Bonnie Elliott. .,.a e,4a Hospitality Day Saturday, Dee. 20 9 a.m. + 9p.m. Refreshments and Prizes Christmas specials on many items L. Cuba, Kan. 785-729-3450,,,.,.11 Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Stress buster for kids Children sometimes get wound up as the holidays approach. Here are some ideas to help them wind down. Gel Bags: fill a sturdy llip-top plas- tic bag partway with hatr styling gel. Tape it shut for good measure. Gel bags are relaxing to squeeze, poke and smooth out. Add a few drops of food coloring that your child can watch spread as they squeeze. Rocking and swinging: sounds like something you'd do on the dance floor, right? Not when you've got an upset child wrapped around your knees We're talking about using rocking chairs and swings, of course. The steady back-and-forth movement al- most always comforts kids. Corn starch and water: put equal amounts of corn starch and water in a plastic dishpan. Let your child stir it with his hands. Playing with this mix- ture has the same relaxing benefits as .finger-paint, but has a constantly chang- mg texture. It doesn't stain. Spills can be brushed off or vacuumed up after they dry. Washington firms plans expansion Two Washington, Kan., firms, Liq- uid Glass and Bradford Built, have announced expansion plans. Liquid Glass produces clocks and other items made from melted bottle glass, The company expects 'to have four full-time and six part-time work ers next year. Bradford plans to construct a new building to house the comlrany' s paint- ing department. Lighted Horse Parade Earlier this month the small north central Kansas community of Barnes sponsored a lighted horse p~ade to begin the Christmas season. . . pom. * South Dining Room , 815 N. Independence . Bel0it, Kan.__yJ DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewel! ' Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunshop @4~ckcn.com II III I f would liketo thank my~ II family, friends and II II neighbors for the food, II II flowers, gifts and phone II Ilcalls I received while in the II hospital and since returning home. A special thanks to Dr. Klenda and the 100 wing nurses at Mitchell County Hospital for the great care they all gave me before and after my surgery. Thank you again, ~.~ God Bless you all. Judy Bolte .... /~ ~lu%.lKSiSt%n~nPrhl~r;t~iengroprpCiCn Wrapacoupleofthickrubberbands k Ga rd en the "Thumbs Up" lzame for recreation around your wallet when you're fish- Hos,s were membersoftheBoyles isTigto~hiki;gofT~vioSuWillocP~eeyentitfrom t i A also tothemanypeopleintheRandalland famdy, pp g y p . Jewell communities and the Hilltop Lodge Sac-Fox ' Jim at Beloit for your assistance and care of Mom during the last few years. For Scrapbooking Classes a Anything in the Storel ~ Roger and Wanda McElroy 1[ Sutnda Jan.4 [I i .~~j~li Donald(Butch)andBeulahMcElroy $ ( ' a$15 ?f! 11 15 Casino payback,Reserve Now... II II YOUR WAY TRAVEL II i OPEN HOUSE ) ' [1 Gift Certification Available 11 :' ,. Jor Irene Goffs .. II Roberta Holdren ' I! ewe.,K 785-428-3335 )) Y Fuel Up,and Save on t,. t, 80thBIRTHDAY #. ".EthanoI.BlendedFuel .~.:, 80TltBIRTltDAY 'Sunaa Dec. 21 . 2-4:30 .,,.e CARD SHOWER Hilltop Lodge FOR DEM SEV MONDAY, DE. 29 :i"> ~ :/;Send cards to: 65 Markus Road Woodland Park, Colo. ,~ % %j_~_~ % % " Ill -', 80th . l tttldo llll /'or Johnson Tuesday, Dec. 23 mT~:rJO:e~S::d~ids: ;:quest a birthday card shower for ,!heir % "t. -%2011 11th Street Central City, Neb. 68826