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I III II II II I I I Formoso By Elaine Clark Sharon Morrell had surgery Dec. 18 at the Salina Regional Hospital. Cameron Stafford~vas a patient Dec. 19 and 20 at Mary laming Hospital, Hastings. Bruce Massey, Hardy, was an over- night guest of Robert and Ada Grimm. Nelson and Merna Keeler and Katherine Grimes of Mankato visited Brad Keeler. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber and Shelly Davis were Ashley Guzik, Robert and Ada Grimm, Gloria Massey, Nancy Howell, Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell, John and Jane Belt, Howard Field, Dan and Janet Higer, Mankato, Eva Wiley, Cawker City, and Marian Turner, Hastings.. Howard Field and Pastor Bob Elwell visited Howard Ross. Gene and Elaine Clark had lunch in Wichita Monday with Diane Dolinar. Elaine then had laser eye surgery. Seth Vacek, one-month-old son of Korey and Chantel Vacek, returned home following heart surgery at the Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City. Ten-ill Strnad is home after attend- ing the National Finals Rodeo at Las Vegas, and visiting his great uncle, Ted Swenson, Simi Valley, Calif.. Gene and Elaine Clark went to Buhler to watch their grandson, Levi Clark, in the grade school Christmas program. They also visited John and Mary Clark and Cody, and Ethelyn Showalter of Hutchinson. Ann Keeler was a Thursday visitor of Katherine Grimes, Mankato. Bob McFarlane and Danny McFarlane were Thursday to Saturday guests of James and Terri Cleland, Jason, Leanna and Laura, Utah, Neb. Bob had an MRI on his shoulder Fri- day at Omaha. Jack and Nancy Higbee attended the Pike Valley Elementary Christmas program Thursday evening at Courtland, Members of the Formoso Commu- nity Church went caroling Thursday evening. Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark took Gene and Elaine to supper Friday evening at Mankato to celebrate Gene' s birthday. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a weekend visitor of Forrest Dempsey. Mark and RenitaWilliams and Ashley, Bourbonaise, Ill., arrived Saturday for a holiday visit with Forrest. McCaela Nelson. Courtland, was a weekend guest of Jack and Nancy Higbee Jim and Nancy Howell, and Matt Howell, Hays, were weekend guests of Mike and Melissa Herrman, Jacob and Ashley, Great Bend. Matt is at home from school during the holidays. Mindy Dunstan and Tyler Dunstan, Manhattan, and Russell Dunstan, Salina, are home from school for the holidays. - II James and Roberta, Hoard and Kristen, Omaha, were weekend guests of Dale and Ivah Hoard. Joining them Sunday were .Larry and Connie Snodgrass, Orleans, Neb., Shawn Hegemann and Wyatt, Oxford, Neb., Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla, Belleville, Shannon Ford, Franklin, Tenn., Kevan and Loft Hoard and grandson, Josh, Minneapolis, Kan., and Guy and Deanna Mitchell,.Chrystai and Trenton. Saturday guests of Frank and Nadine Railsback, Mankato, were Marvin and JoLinn Kaus, ShayLiun and Tyler, Sequin, Jeff Railsback, Gardner, Julie Rallsback, Kansas City, and Steve and Janelle Spiegel, Zach,Ryan and Jacob. Saturday guests of Clint and Betty Reynolds were Whitney Kuhn, Clay and Jodie Kuhn, Morgan, Trevor and Kirsten, Chelsey Cairns and Avery Rose, and Amy Reynolds, all of To- peka, Karen Schlotterback and Samantha, Carbondale, Alden and Darla Joy and Wade, Belleviile, Tycen and Stephanie Reynolds, Lamed, Brice and Christine Reynolds and Tiffany, Hebron, Agnes Zadina, Emporia, and. Alex Zadina and Arrin Arensman, Overland Park, and Dan and Mary Reynolds and Dustin. Roger and Kay Zimm.cr were Sat- urday supper guests of Guy and Deanna Mitchell and Trenton. Marvin and Ila Nelson, Kendall and Sandy Nelson, Jared and Jason, and Eric Nelson and Amanda, Lincoln, Neb., attended the Nelson family gath- ering Saturday evening at the home of Jake and Lynette Englebert, Josh and Mare,. Courtland. Clifford, Brittany, Bruce and Lillie Massey, Hardy, were Saturday over- night guests of Robert and Ada Grimm. Bey Hall, Courtland, was a Sunday visitor of Roger and Kay Zimmer. Ann Keeler was a Sunday dinner guest of Henry and Mary Stoles of Courtland. Also present were Charlie Smies and Bill Smies of Courtland, Charles Jacobsen of Montrose, and Vince and Betty Puyear of Hutchinson. Sunday guests of Marvin and Ila Nelson were Kendall and Sandy Nelson, Jared and Jason, Eri~;, Nelson and Amanda, Lincoln, Neb., Lisa Nelson, Mankato, and Todd Gocdheart. Lucas. Sunday guests of Ralph Dunstan were Mike and Karla Little, Chanute, Darrell and Jana Carlson. Courtland, Brian and Kristy Badger, Adam and Alex. and Eldon and Pare Dunstan, Brooke, Kaitlyn, Bailey and Carigan, all o~ Mankato, Steve and Loreita Dunstan, Mindy, Russell and Tyler, and Rob and Loft Bonjour:Neil and Kaylene. Don and Ru'*th Fleming and Mark and Karla Fleming, Amanda, Levi and Kyte attended the Mankato Lutheran Church Christmas program Sunday evening. I The Jewell County Farm Service Agency will be closed for the Chr/stmas holiday: Thursday and Friday, Dec. 25-26 All offices will re-open on Monday, Dec. 29 In addition, the FSA office will be closed on New Years Day, Thursday, Jan. I and will re-open on Friday, Jan. 2 ii i II i i ram, I I lIH Help Wanted: Mechanic The Jewell County Highway Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Mechanic. Applicant must have a high school :iiploma or GEl), and have or be able to obtain a valid Kansas' CDL driver's ~cense. 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, Kan. 66956 Jeweil Cotm~ is an ~ual O~portunity Employer. i i u I W DL ETICS NOW SHOWING ~:.~,; 1 | ._A i| allattitmlamll| ttt[oMilltlulg~ N u a |m Self Contained Strips Eliminates Need to Carry Strips Su/,p//~ art ~ and/nstmm~ ~ No Ot, Pm.t Co~ , No P~ FR~ Dmvm~Y TO YOUR HOME ol I i i i CALL TI'IE ORIOINAL DIABETICS HOTLINE 1-800-785-3636 P Mankato KMEA Elizabeth Wilson and Sa~a Roe. who participated in the Northwest District and choir am (from left) Nicole Jeffe~, Shawna Robbins, I I II I I I II Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Scott Burgess, Denver, was a visi- tor during the Sunday morning wor- ship hour at the Olive Hill Church. Bill Blauvelt brought the message. Special music was a duet by Beverly Frost and Scott Burgess. Lynn Wilton read a Christmas poem. The congregation sang Happy Birthday to Mabel Davis, 98 Ushers were Basil Johnson and Dwigl~t Frost. Wilma Andrews has returned to the Superior Good Samaritan Center to live. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler moved her there, The Country Women's Club met at a Superior cafe for dinner. Their hus- bands were guests. Later they went to the home of Evelyn and Wylie Blair, Superior, for their Christmas Party. Vera Dye was among those attending. John Harvey took his father, Robert Harvey, to Salina for a medical ap- pointment. Saturday dinner and gift exchange guests in the home of Dave and Glenna Reling~ Cawker City, were Gerald and Jaqueline Boyles, Robin, Marry and Madison Jehorek, Brule, Dusty, Nikki, Megan, Colton and Stevie Marie May, Superior, and Venda Reling, Cawker City Rita Lacey, Juniata, is staying a few days in the home of Jim and Marlene Stone. Marlene' s mother, Norma Imler, has returned to her home in Juniata. Rita is Marlene's sister. Marlene is improving each day. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lipker, Ruskin, were Thursday visitors of Iiliff Banks. Carolyn Alley went to Frankfort, Kan., to help care for her daughter and grandsons, Marabeth, Mitchell and Keller Olson who were ill with the flu. Now Carolyn and Herbert Alley have been ill with the flu. Gary, Jerry, Sherry, Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer called on Nate Meyer, "~ Amanda Thompson, guperior, was a Friday overnight guest of Darren, Jessica, Anya and Allison Thompson. Jacqueline Boyles called on Mabel Davis, Superior, the past week to wish her a Happy 9gth Birthday. Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Zelda Schuster had dinner at a Mankato cafe, Later they called at the home of Clarence and Shirley Dove, Webber. Lorna Wilton attended the Martha Circle Soup Supper at the home of Beverly Roger, Superior. Paul and Linda Hutchinson had lunch Saturday with his mother, Dor- othy Hutchinson, who resides at the Superior Manor. Sunday noon, Richard and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli, Ionia, hosted a din- ner and gift exchange at their home. Guests attending were Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Elizabeth Schlaefli and Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City, Dusty, Nikki, Megan, Colton and Stevie Marie May, Superior, Darin Garman and Bildd White; Salina, Scott and GaylaHobson,Wood River, Marty, Robin and Madison Jehorek, Brule. Brunch guests Saturday in the home of Harold and Loma Wilton were Wendy and David Harris, Burr Oak, Kimbefly, Chad, Jordon and Shelby Wherry, Saline, Terry, Janice and Jus- tin McCtucheon, Shane McCutcheon. Crystal and Leon Love, Michelle, Arlene, Charly, Ryley and Macaela Dahl, Mankato, Richard and Joyce Mceutcheon, Superior. They had a family gift exchange. Later in the af- ternoon the group honored Jordon Wherry on his third birthday. Ruth and Larry Hale, Juniata, were Thursday visitors of Dee Ross. Sunday evening, Dee attended the supper and program at the First Baptist Church, Superior. ,Sunday, Jessica, Darrenl Anya and Allison Thompson went to the home of her mother and step-father, Ruth and Lale Oellerich, Davenport. They were joined by Ilene Jahn and family, Keamey, Georgia Fear and family, Sutherland, for a family dinner Ilene and Georgia are Jessica's sister. Harold and Loma Wilton attended the First Baptist Church Christmas sup- per and program in Superior Sunday evening. "-.. Roger and Carol Roe went to~ol- drege Friday andwere overnight guests in the home of John, Sandi, Randee and Ryan Roe. They watched their grandson, Randee, participate in two basketball games. The Roes returned home Saturday evening. Callers the past week in the Hasemeyer home were Walter Mayne, Ed VanMeter, Nate Meyer, Jo Ann and $ohn Rogers, Travis Rogers, Milford, Janiee, Rodney, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Janice, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda were supper, guests. IIII Births Suls-M0n: 12pro &2pro: II Tuos-Fd: 121~, 2pro, 5pro & 7prn; i Sal: 12pro. 2pro & 51~ ~mn o=sis I Sin: 11am & 3prn; I~1 1tan & 3:30pro; II Tues-Fd: 11am, 3:30pro & 6pm; II Sat:. 11am & 3:30pro II t,.4. a ,~,.-k ip~' I IV2 |g'fe]LTgftl ~,/ItYt~llJYllibn t z a ~ Elf Starring Will Ferr~ Rzt=l P6 II Sat: 7pro; ~: 4:30pro ! Mankato students compete in Jewell . Scholars' Bowl Mankato Higtt School students competed with students from 11 other schools at at the Jewell High Scholar's Bowl held Dec. 15. Mankato compiled a record of five wins and one loss in pool play and qualified for the semifi- nals. The Mankato team was joined in the semifinals by teams from Lakeside, North Central and Tipton. Mankato and Tipton both won their semi final matches, setting up the championship round. Mankato won overTipton, win- ning the championship The schools represented at the scholar's bowl were Jeweli, Miltonvale, North Central, Tipton, St. Johns-Beloit, Mankato, White Rock, Beloit, St. Xavier-Junction City, Pike Valley and Lakeside. Team members for Mankato were Reba Liggett, Jenna Bleecker, Sasha Roe and Liz Wilson. The next meet for the varsity team will be the league contest on Jan. 15. Mankato students participate in KMEA honor band, choir Four students from Mankato Jun- ior-Senior High School participated in the Northwest District KMEA honor band and honor choir. The students were chosen by audition on Nov. 1. They rehearsed Dec. 6 from 9 am. until 3:30 p.m. and then gave a concert at 4 p.m.. Those students attending were Nicole Jeffery, clarinet; Shawna Robbins, vocal; Elizabeth Wilson, French horn; and Sasha Roe, flute. The elementary KMEA honor choir also performed in a 12 p.m. concert. Those students participating in the el- ementary choir were Kaydee Sheets, Lucinda Christie, Kylene Cosand. Sara Bauer and Breanna Webb. Paradise By Ava Knarr Eddie and Niki Peters, Formoso, are the parents of a son, Joseph James Peters. He was born Dec. 15 at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Supe- rior. Heweighed 6 pounds and was 18 inches long. Joe and Mary Peters, Formoso are grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark attended the senior citizen dinner. Inez Clark attended CWF meeting at the Christian Church. Arlene Ediger and Dalton, Jamestown, visited Charlotte Hansen. Roger Oplinger, Manhattan, called on Ava Knarr. Dinner guests of Ava Knarr were Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thacker, Angela Rodger, Marvin and Mariah and Katheren Tickle and Michael, Salina; Brian and Amanda Strait. Concordia; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr and Joel, Jewell; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Jerry and Curtis,Webber. A gift ex- change was heli:i, Susan Gorham, Arizona, was at the home of Ava Knarr to visit Katheren Tickle. Marjorie Hartsel is in Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Ava Knarr was hostess for a dinner and party. Guests were Barbara Divel and Martha Liengberger. Lynell Sheahan. Randall, will have the next meeting Dec. 3 I. Ava K.nan" and Katheren Tickle and Michael visited Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Townsdin, Jamestown. Carl, Marsha and Joel Knarr had dinner with Katheren Tickle and Michael and Ava Knarr. -21 ...... IINSTANT INTERNET ACCESS VIA SATELLITE available anywhere Contact nick's Ill,, I 785"378"3123 [~ VISITORS ARE RESTRICTED ** (Except for Dec. 24, 25 and Jan. 1) **/f visiting on these days, we ask that you stop by the Acute Nurse's Station to be screened by the Charge Nurse ANYONE FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS SHOULD NOT VISIT Thank you f0ryottr cooperation in helping us to keep our patients and residents healthy during this season. Dr. Dan Calderon * Dr. Rina Mina * Leon Hughes, PAC Jewell County Hospital and Long Term Care Rural Health Clinic Staff Thursday, December 25, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 10A_.... The quiz bowl team from Mankato High School shows off their first plaque from the Jewell High Scholars Bcwl. Members of the team are (~ left) Jenna Bleecker, Sasha Roe, Reba Liggett and Liz Wilson. Bob Garman, Mankato, bega Burr Oak working as postmaster relief t0~ Burr Oak Post Office in early De# By Anna Belle Grubbs ber. Garman replaces Wanda Frat~ who was promoted to postmastal Virgil Warner, 93, long time Burr October. Bob is originally fror~t~ Oak resident, diedDec 16 in Missouri Burr Oak community. He has I# where he lived with his daughter, receiving postal training in Salinat~ Doretta, the last few years. Services past week. He will work Satutda wereattheNazareneChurchwithburial mornings and whenever the post# in the Northbranch cemetery, ter is gone. Richard Canfield is in California Wilma Underwood entert#~ visiting his sister, Mildred Anderson members of her family. Attendirt and her daughter, were Mr and Mrs. Oren Underw# Marilyn C. Jeffery was hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Underwood, Idt the K.K. Club women at her home in and Mrs. Mark Underwood and TylO Northbranch. Roll call was "Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Underwood#~ mas Memories." Attending were Waude, Brian Underwood, saliO~ WinnieMcNichols, BethJeffery, Anna Brenda Eakins, Amber, Cordel Belle Grubbs, Earlene Jeffery,Marilyn Lanie, Craig Underwood and fri# A. Jeffery, Loyce Jeffery, Ruth Glover, Judy Skupa, Beloit, and Mr. and Mrs LaVetaWinslow, PatBird, VelmaLee Roy Damon, Mankato. Smuck, Betty Wallace_and Lonnie Buckley. I 11 Betty and Harold Brown went to ~ewe,, Abilene Saturday to visit a granddaugh- By Roberta Holdren ter and sons. GuestsofBeverly.andDwightFrost, Calvary Bible Evangelical FrC Esbon, were Scott Burgess and Scott Church performed a Christmas McDonald, Denver; HeatherFrost and gram for residents of Jewell A~' friend, Gibbon. Neb.; Kristi and Shane ments and other invited guests. 5~ Hillman, Bret, Christopher, Whitney eral special numbers were perle#~ and Taylor, Beloit; Beth Jeffery, Supe- and group singing. After the prograt rior; Dorothy Frost, Homer and Anna lunch was served. Belle Grubbs and Gale and Kathleen Josh Becker and Jamie Edw~rd Jeffery. visit Jamie s grandmother, EvelY John McCorkle and friend, Kristi, Edwards. Evelyn returned home ,it South Dakota, visited his parents, them to spend Christmas at theh# Nancy and Darrell McCorkle. of her son, Bill, and his family. . Ryan Waugh was greeter and lit the Vinton and Caleb Burgess are ~ Advent candles at United Methodist iting their parents, Becky and g#' Church. Christmas carols were sung Burgess. and scriptures.read with the congrega- Brownscreek Garden Club I~l* tiontaking part. Kerry Waugh sang a their annual Chnstmas meeting solo. Pastor Laura Fricker was pre- gift exchange at the Buffalo Roa~~' sented with a gift. Dec. 17. Anna Belle and Homer Grubbs A total of 25 attended the di~ toured the Isle of Lights in Chautauqua and gift exchange for the Jewell 5 Park, Beloit. nior Citizens. Bernice Harris was hostess to the Diane LatEen, Tescott, and Je~ Christmas meeting of the Young Ma- Wilson, Plainville, visited El# trons, motlier, Betty Wilson, and gra# Sandra France was hostess to the mother, Emma Fobes. Town and Country Unit. Attending Irene Golf, formerly of Je#! were Wanda Howard, Betty Brown, Apartments, now a resident of Hillt01 Hazel Korb and guest, Alice Hoppe, Lodge, Beloit, was, honored wi# Agra. Wanda Howard hosted dinner for party for her 80th birth~lay. Roberta Holdren called on I~atl her family Sunday. Attending were and Edwin Holdren. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Howard, Wesley Darrell and Deb Bohnert and f# and Stephanie and Carl Powell, all of ily were guests at the Wendell MoY# Andover; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Howard, Ionia Kevin, Melinda, Edmond, Okla.; Nick Marjorie Hartsel has been m0~.; Cole, Esbon; Bruce Stafford, Beloit, to the Beloit Hospital from Wi#t. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Howard, Denice She was injured in a recent car acot" Gunn and Corie. dent south of Jewell. The Christian Church Ladies Fel- EvaBelleZentzisapafientatMitcl~ lowshiphadapotluckdinnerwitheight ell County Hospital, Beloit. i' present. The flu bug has hit several in~'. Hazel Korb called on Anna Belle community, this reporter begin o#e and Homer Grubbs. them. 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