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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, December 18, 2003 t~ White Rock 6' 2" senior, Justin Hajny, goes up for 2 against the Red Cloud Warriors in action Friday night at Burr Hajny scored 21 points for the evening and the Eagles defeated the Warriors 79-56. Rock Eagles defeat Cloud, Lady Eagles lose The White Rock Eagles defeated e Red Cloud Warriors 79-56 Friday at Burr Oak. The Eagles had Ihrec phtyers m figures. Juslilt llajny paced the les with 21 points. 13rant Beam and Frasier lbllowed with 17 and 16 /. Stuart Boylcs was points and Josh Bird had 6. Mizner and Kyle Ord each ac- for 3 points. Josh Sholtz scored by Brian Knehans with 21 points, and Meggie Michels followed with 8 Kelsey Knehans and Brent Goodell fl~llowed with 15 and 10 points respec- tively. Andrew Golka accounted for 6 points. Ryan Danehey and Bob Holthaus each scored 2 points. White Rock will host the Jewell Wildcats Friday night.at Burr Oak. Red Cloud girls defeat White Rock 46-32 The Red Cloud girls defeated White Rock 46-32 Friday night at Burr Oak. Lauren Jeffery led White Rock in scoring with 9 points. Rachel Dully points each. Angela Garman scored 4 points, Megan Boyles 2 and Malanie Kriley 1. Lacie Burgess led Red Cloud scor- ing with 18 points and Emily Williams followed with 13. Micki Fountain was good for 5 points and Heather Hammond had 4. Kelsey Fou~ Brianna Erickson and Aleece Orcutt each scored 2 points. White Rock will host the Jewell Wildcats Friday night at Burr Oak. d also had Ihree players in figures. The Warriors were led :h Ruth Glover The pastors' sermon was ;.lbou| Sunday morning. Susan Jauda the group singing wilh Lauren and Lonnie Buckley at the pi- and organ. Special music was a the women' s trio ol"F.arlct~e Erma Dillon and Lonnie ,. The open house in the after- at the parsonage was well at- The Christmas program will be next at 7 p.m. Bring cookies for the time. Friends Women met at the country of Earlene Jeffery, Superior. was l.ila Smith. Those were Joyce McNichols. Patsy Vehna Lee Smuck. Beth Winnie McNichols. Marilyn Jeffery, Lila Smith, Loyce Jeff cry, Bird, Lonnie Buckley and the ng IChristmas to the itable. Teleflora's ~' Bowl" Bouquet HO! HO! HO! !l Ye-Christmas Sale PRICES REDUCED FOR THE I LAST-MINUTE L CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS!!! t"ecorate your home for the holidays Hth colorful poinsettias, Christmas ! wreaths and holiday ornaments i+ Check out our selection of i fresh arrangements, gifts, ! wreaths and much more. , Just arrived: 'doud County Teas ~ ]ellies and CotdlaI 'We also have the Hoverdisc and other great Christmas ideas!!! 102 S. Commercial, Mankat0, Kan. 66956 785-378-3950 hostess. Because of the near blizzard condi- tions, school was dismissed two days the past week at Burr Oak and Esbon. The school program Thursday evening. Jim Wallace, Atlanta, Ga., was here to visit his parents, Glenn and Betty Wallace. Other family members vis- ited during the weekend. Jim came by airplane to Salina and his brother, Mike, brought him up. Charlene and hus- band, Olathe, Brian, Hastings, and Tom and family, Salina, visited Patsy Warner had eye surgery in Hastings Monday. Brooke Lewis, Brittany, Bailey and Brody, and Levi Vogler visited in the LaVae Glover home and helped put up and decorate their Christmas tree. Wanda Warner is to have knee sur- gery. Thursday. She'll be on crutches again a few days. The~ have been quite a few hunters in the community i~cently. K.K. Club members plan to meet with Marilyn C. Jeffery Tuesday, weather permitting. Mankato City Court Jenna Roe, Republic, failure to stop, given diversion and fined $150. Donald Smith, Wildwood, Me., speeding 43/30, fined $88. Help Wanted: Mechanic The Jewell County Highway Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Mechanic. Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED, and have or be able to obtain a valid Kansas CDL driver's license. Benefits include KPERS, health insurance, paid holidays sick and vacation leave. Applications must be received by Monday, Dec. 29. A complete job description and an application may be picked up at the Jewell County Highway Department, Monday's through Friday's from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., or mail your resume to: Jewell County Highway Department R.R. 2, Box 42, Mankato, Karl. 66956 Jewell County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Mankato Ministerial Alliance presents A Service of Remembrance in honor of those who have died in 2003 at Harmony United Methodist Church Mankato, Kansas 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, A.D. Refreshments after the service provided courtesy of Melby Mortuary Customer Appreciation Monday Dec. 22 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served Drawings will be held and Ban Jewell Wildcats, Lady Cats lose to St. John's The Beloit St. John's Blujays de- feated the Jewell boys and girls Friday night at Jewell. Blujays 75, Wildcats 50 The St. John's Blujays soared over the Jewell Wildcats 75-50 Friday night at Jewell. Josh Smith led the Jewell scoring effort with 29 points. Caleb Ramsey followed with 13. Zach Colson was good for 3 points. Jesse Williams and Matt Winkel each scored 2 points. Ty Slate hit a free throw. The Blujays had four players in double figures led by Mitchell Sahlfeld with 18 points. Luke Hansen followed with 14 points. D. J. Stover was good for 13 points and Dane Gentry scored 10 points. Kendall Pacey accounted for 8 points, Christian Soler 6, Dominic Niewald 3, Kyle Swenson 2 and Michael Draemel 1. Lady Jays 64, Lady Wildcats 50 The St. John's Lady Jays beat the Jewell Lady Wildcats 64-50 Friday night at Jewell. Amy Waterman led the Lady Wild- cats in scoring with 18 points. Ashley Lienberger and Darcie Gibson were in double figures with 11 and 10 points respectively. Emily Burgess, Lisa Schwerman and Kris Bolte were good for 3 points each. Megan Wilson scored 2 points. Samantha Niewald pumped in 25 points to lead the Lady Jays. Josie Bergmann and Danielle Brown were both in double figures with 13 and 10 points respectively. Kayla Schwerman was good for6 points. Kim Eilert scored 4 points, Joelle Emerson 3, Emily Brown 2 and Audrey Fuller 1. The Lady Jays won the B-girls game beating Jewell 30-29. Jrwell travels to Burr Oak Friday night to take on the White Rock Eagles. North Central 58, Jewell Wildcats 34 The North Central Cougars beat the Jewell Wildcats 58-34 Dec. 5 at Morrowville. Caleb Ramsey was the only Wild- cat in double figures with 15 points. Jesse Williams was good for 6 points and Jacob Greene had 4. Zach Colson and Josh Smith each scored 3 points. Ty Slate accounted for 2 points and Matt Winkel hit a free throw. North Central had three players in double figures. Vexa Emery led the way with 17 points. Luke Frager and Brody Grove followed with 15 points each. Spencer Tuma was good for 7 points. Mike Koss scored 4 points. The Red Cloud point guard looks to pass inside through the defense of the White Rock Lady Eagles in action Friday night at Burr Oak. The White Rock girls fell to Red Cloud 46-32. Joy, Peace, Happiness Good Fortune... We wish you a list full of blessings this holiday season. Thanks to all of our customers for making this year such a special one. We look forward to doing business Mth you in the new year. Closing at noon Wednesday, Dec. 24 and Thursday, Dec. 25 Central m National Bank ~ 208 E. South, Mankato,__KKan. 785-378-3162 Because of slow business starting Monday, Dec. 22, The Jewell will be closed on Monday and Tuesday evenings until spring. We will continue to open everyday for lunch and Wednesday through Saturday evenings. . o o Thank you for your patronage and Happy Holidays! Closed Christmas Eve evening, Christmas Day o New Year Eve evening. New Years Day o o Wednesday - Saturday. 5 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Saturday hours 11 a.m.-2pat o o Sunday 10:30 a.m.- 2 p.m. o o O 10% Senior Discount Everyday . "Home of the Best Pan Fried Chicken in North Central Kansas" "l rati dr o S. Highway 14 Jewell, Kan. 785-428-7999 o o Website has menu items listed: ww~.thejewe//.com * The ,Scoop . o in Jewell Santas Snowmen A~ngel votives Ornaments Music Boxes all . 25% off o O Leanin' Tree Boxed o Christmas Cards O O O 40% off O Stocking Holders 50% off Becky and Kara Loomis TI}e Scoop Jewell, Kan. 0 ,-3411 0 0 Peabody boys, girls defeat Mankato The Peabody Warriors defeated the Mankato boys and girls Friday night at Tescott. Peabody Warriors 65, Mankato Cougars 44 In the boys' game, Cortney Alexander led the Cougar scoring ef- fort with 15 points. Aaron Zadina was the only other Cougar in double fig- ures with 10 points. Stuart Jensen was good for 8 points and Trenton Webb had 7. Perry Colson and Jason Flavin accounted for 2 points each. C. Good led the Warriors with 19 points and Unruh followed with 12 points. A. Carroll scored 8 points. J. Carroll and Jones accounted for 7 points each. I. Good, Benson and Nava each scored 4 points. Peabody Lady Warriors 55, Mankato Lady Cougars 16 The Peabody girls easily defeated the Lady Cougars 55-16 Friday night at Tescott. Nicole Jeffery led the Mankato scor- ing effort with 6 points. Casey Newell followed with 5 points. Sara Christie was good for 3 points. Angela Jensen and Bauer each hit a free throw. Unruh and Berns led Peabody in scoring with 17 points each. Windsor followed with 9 points. Welsh ac- counted for 4 points. McGee, Hillard, Hammond and Alstrom each scored Z points. Manlmto drrI 74): beat Hillcrest The Mankato Junior High Cougars ran their record to 7-0 Dec. 11 with a 3 i - 17 road win over the Cuba Hillcrest Mustangs. Lee S~mon paced the Cougar scor- ing with 17 points. Patrick Christie followed with 6 points and Shaun Davis had 4. Neal Jeffery and Keith Pierce were each good for 2 points. Jeffery had 6 rebounda and Simon 5. Christie led the team in steals with 7 followed by Simon with 6. Simon handed out 4 assists. The Cougars shot 14 for 41 from the line. Also playing for the Cougars were Brian Broeckelman, Josh Sudennann, Cory Haskins and Dahon Barth. B-team wins The Mankato Cougar Junior High B-team defeated the Hill't~st Colts in a close contest 13-1 I. Brian Broeckelman scored 7 points, Corey Haskins 4, and Shaun Davis 2. Davis and Haskins led the team in rebounding with 4 boards each. Haskins had 3 steals. The B-team shot 6 lot 25 from the field for 24 percent. Also playing tor the B-team were Dalton Barth. Keilh Pierce and Josh Sudermann. Farm Bureau offers Ethanol discounts Farmers anti ranchers of the Jewell County Farm Bureau plan to give agri- culture a boost and automobde drivers a break by sponsoring an ethanol rally tomorrow (Friday) at Mac's Kwik Stop, Mankato. Motorists who fill up with ethanol- blended fuel will receive a five cent discount from Farm Bureau and a five cent discount from Kansas Corn Grow- ers Association each gallon they pur- chase between 10 am. and 2 p.m. at Mac's. "Ethanol is good for your vehicle, good for the environment and good for agriculture," said Jim Dot)Icy, presi- dent of Jewell County Farm Bureau. "It burns cleaner than other fuels, which reduces emission of harmful gas and keeps your fuel system cleat,." The renewable fuel benefits Kan- sas farmers by opening new markets to foreign grain. Ethanol production is the third largest use of U.S. corn, utiliziing seven percent of the corn crop. The U.S. Department of Agri- culture estimates that ethanol produc- tion adds up to 30 cents to the price of every bushel of corn and mile. "In addition to bene fiting the farmer, ethanol decreases our dependency on imported oil," Dooley said. "By rely- ing less on imports, the U.S. can con- trol its own security and economic the field for 34 percent and I for I from future." , Jewell County Offices will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 25, and Friday, Dec. 26 =~= + .i~ 9bservance of Christmas. The Jewell County Solid Waste will be open on Friday, Dec. 26 We ~edate your o,at.u~ fova~ suooort. Closed Christmas Eve at Noon and New Year Eve at 3 p.m. State Exchange Bank Mankato, Kan. ~ .... 785-378-3222 IT t liSiilNt TI] hSl]K t bElT 1111 eHnjs t4 s With warm wishes and gratitude from our house to yours. We appreciate your calling on us this past year'. Guaranty State Bank and Trust Company Esbon, Kan., 785-725-3663 - Burr Oak, Kan.. 785-647-6621 ~ Beloit. 785-738-3501 Refreshments sewed December 18 - 24 I II II