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Area singers invited to join Downs Chorus "Divas & Dudes" is the theme of the annual Downs Community Chorus concerts on March 19 and 20 in the Downs Memorial Hall. Rehearsals will begin on Feb. 18. Some of the music they will be performing will be: Standing on the Corner, Hello Dolly, Mame, Greased Lightning, Whatever Lola Wants, Hey Big Spender, Take Five, Great Balls of Fire, it Had Better Be Tonight, Come Rain or Come Shine and One. There will also be solos and a youth chorus for those in grades kindergarten throught eighth grade. • The Downs Community Chorus is an all volunteer chorus whose only requirement is sharing a love of music with others. There are no auditions. Singers from Downs, Osborne, Smith Center, Lebhnon, Cawker City, Glen Elder and Mankato have performed with the chorus in the past. The chorus began in'1995 as a part of the Downs Arts Council and is directed by Margie Schoen. For more information contact her. Esbon Lions will organize branch A branch Lions Club is to begin organizing Feb. 18 in Mankato. The organizational meeting will be held that day at the Buffalo Roam Steakhouse, 6 p.m. According to Ken Smith, a Lions Club member of 31 years, the branch club will be spon- sored by the Esbon Lions Club which was established more than 50 years ago, The previous Mankato Lions Club dissolved about three years ago. Smith said it was through the Mankato Lions Club the Esbon Lions Club was orga- nized. Smith is now serving the Esbon Lions Club as the first-vice-president and is the district co-extension chair- man. Dave Hastings is currently serv- ing the Esbon Lions Club as president. There are currently 15 members in the Esbon Lions Club. All persons interested in becoming a member of the Mankato branch are asked to contact Smith. Smith said the Lions orgamzation, though the youngest community-based service club, has grown to bc the world's largest. The organization be- gan in 1917 and is united in a single cause, helping those less fortunate. "We are tackling the tough problems like blindness and drug abuse as well as diabetes awareness--and finding help and training for the deaf. disabled, un- derprivileged and the elderly. In fact. whatever the community needs to make life better, we're there to help.'" VFW Auxiliary selects democracy contest winners The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 7830"m~t.m Mankato in December for a potluck supper with Christmas good- tes. The Post met at the same time and had supper with the auxiliary mere- hers. Phyllis Christie. pro tom chaplain, read the prayers. Shcrri Jeff cry, president, presided with roll call answered by Karcn Bodcn. Phyllis Christie. Marie McAtcc. Shcrri Jcffery and Doris Alexander. A thmtk you was read front Mafia Berg-Weger and Marvalcrc Schrcibcr. There are two new members. Lcah Garman and Ashley Lorence. and one life member. Tresea Drapal. Karen Boden reported at least nine area photos were made for the commu- nity to be used by the various service men and women. She also reported on Veterans Family Support. She pur- chased gifts lbr the Ibur veterans at the Jewell Cotmty Long Term Care Hos- pital. It was approved to buy clothing and ifcms for personal use and get one or two boxes of clothing l'rom the Thrift Shop• for the VA Hospital. Buddy poppies donations have been received and the auxiliary has paid the post for ordered poppies. Irene Brainard will be giving rulers to the grade school students. Phyllis Christie put Pearl Harbor stickers on the lockers at Rock Hills High School and will do the same on Loyalty Day. Phyllis Christie reported Algx Smith won the Voice of Delnocracy contest Forty-six Patriot Pcnscssays were sub- mitted. Essays prepared by Braydc Wagner. Ariel Landreth and Chelsea Landreth were entered into district competition Four applications were given out for the endowment scholar- ship. Phyllis Christie was still antici- pating someone applying for the Pa- tnot Art Scholarship. Three bonds will be purchased from the State Exchange Bank lbr Patriot Pins. A donation was approved for the mini bus, for the 85th National Home Bighday. Sherri will be attending the department's VA Convention in Janu- ary, taking pop tabs. and VCR tapes with her and VA Hospital clothing. UTE THEATER Friday, Saturday & Sunday Jan. 29, 30 & 31.7:30 p.m. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel America's favorite furry brothers, Alvin, Simon and Theaodore are back. Because of a freak accident involving Alvin and Dave Seville, they go to live with Dave's cool cousin and they have to enroll in school like every other kid. Rated PG for some mild, rude humor. Mankato, Kan.785-378-3172 Courthouse News Jewell County Register of Deeds Unified School District 279, Jewell County, successor to the Jewell Rural High School District 4 and trustees of Jewell Rural High School of Jewell County in the State of Kansas to City of Jewell, part of the NW1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S, Range 7W; NWI/4 NWI/4 Section 31, Township 4S, Range 7W. Margaret Balch to Edgar C. Marihugh and Veronica Marihugh, E I/2 SWI/4 Section 6, Township 4S. Range 10W. Donald L. Grelinger to Karen S. Williams, Pamela Dunstan and Sherry B. Partridge, an undivided 1/3 interest in and to, NI/2NEI/4 Section 29. Township 5S. Range 7W; S 1/2SE1/4 Section 24, Township 5S. Range 7W Traffic Cody J. Bronstad. unlawful regis- tration. $236: driving while license cancelled, suspended or revoked, $250. Alexander H. Costas. speeding, $116. Paul G. Gallagher, speeding, $122. Nathan A. McMains, speeding, $128. Accidents At 6:20 p.m. Kayla Dunstan, Formoso, was east bound, driving a 2007 Pontiac. at milepost 214 on High- way 36, when a deer came from the north, ran across the highway and was hit by the Dunstan vehicle, Accident investigated by Deputy Weber. Jewell Club observes 80th anniversary Eight members of the Jewell Gar- den Club gathered at the home of Jan Schumacher Friday for their regular meeting. This year marks the 80th an- niversary of the club which was orga- nized Feb. 15. 1930. Roll call was answered by naming a favorite peren- nial. Roses. peonies and daisies were common answers. A get-well card was,signed by the members to be sent to a member. Pat Kemmerer. who is in the hospital. Members voted to continue mon- etary support in 2010 of the KSU Gar- dens in Manhattan. the Kansas Land- scape Arboretum in Wakefield. the Kansas Gardener Magazine. and the KAGC Scholarship Fund. Continuing projects6nclude main- taming the gardens behind the Jewell Community Center, providing and maintaining flower pots in Jewell. and sponsoring the flower show during the Jewell Corn Show. The Rocky Mountain Regional theme for 2010-11 is From Plains to Peaks - Our Garden Grows. During each meeting this year. a member will present a report on a tree that is grow: ing in their yard Members have se- lected The Garden Wardrobe as the theme of lessons this year. Janet Birdsell led the first lesson on the new year describing the perennial borde r in relation to the landscape. She said the perennial border may outline a boundary to render a feeling of dis~ tance, or face down a more intimate shrubbery planting to avoid cuttmg into the lawn area. She advised "Perennial borders are worth every penny spent. With proper care, growing more beautiful every year. the borders repay our every effort in diversity of form. of color and height and fragrance. They can be a changing picture, perpetually blooming through each growing month of the year and given agood background, often a pow- erful feature long after the blooming period is past." The next meeting will be at the home of Carol Divcl on Feb. 18 with a lesson on hollies. Health Fair Committee members met to plan for the 2010 Health Fair. Members of the committee are (back row, from left) Bobi Fogo, Irene Brainard, Lori Slate, (front) Deanna Sweat, Karen Boden and Elaine Smith. Births Jon and Kim Buttrum. La Marque, Texas. are the parents of a son, Calvin Nell. born on Jan. 2. He weighed 9 pounds and I ounce and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Gary and Jane Gordanier, De Soto. David and Rebecca Buttrum. Sugarland. Texas. Great-grandparents are Doris and Norman Greene and the late Babe Slate, Jewell. and Nell and Lee Gordanier. Randall• Dispatch Church plans 2010 Super Bowl breakfast On Saturday, Feb. 6. Dispatch Christian Relbrmed Church will host a re-broadcast of the "2010 Athletes in Action Superbowl Breakfast" from Tampa Bay, Fla. All interested men are invited to attend the a pancake, egg and sausage supper beginning at 6 p.m. on Feb. 6. This year. the Superbowl BreakR~t ifi bein~ recorded and edited to less than' one hour. Because of the edmng, the program cannot be shown tmtil Saturday evening. The re-broadcast on giant screen begins at 7 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m. Men of all ages are ,delcome. The church is located two miles east of Downs. and six miles north. For more informanon contact Stephen Cordel Mike Nyhoff or Pat Hennen. NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback. Bart Starr will present the 2010 Bart Starr Award to a current NFL player. voted on by his peers, for outstanding character and leadership in the home. on the field and in the community. The finalists for the 2010 Bart Starr Award are Kurt Warner. Arizona Cardinals. Drew Brees. New Orleans Saints. and Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis Colts. The officially sanctioned Superbowl XLIV event is hosted by Chris Mortensen. ESPN broadcaster and features the faith testimonies of Bart Starr. John Harbaugh, Anthony Munoz and Derrick Brooks! Thank You The family of Harold VanWey wants to thank all of Ill you for your thoughtfulness shown in so many ways Ill You will always be remembered in our hearts. May God Ill Bless you all. I|1 Lola VanWey III Chet and Brandon VanWey III Charlotte Peters and family t~~ Faye Doane >/.E,~ JJll 'Zumba-Strength Classes ' beginning Feb. 1 Mondays • 6 - 7 p.m. Mankato, Kan. City Office (former Armory) For details call Eva at 785'-738-0451 Bob's Inn SUNDAY (PIZZA ONLy) ° 11 a.m.-8 p.m. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY'- THURSDAY • 11 a.m.-10 p.m. e,~\~ FRIDAY & SATURDAY • 11 a.m.-11 p.m. *'"" , Daily 5pecuaus ~O~,t , " Tuesday ............ Ham & beans or Cook s choice Wednesday ......................... Pan-fried chicken or Hunt's Brothers pizza (s82~ each) Thursday ............................ Roast Beef dinner or Hot Beef sandwich Beef & noodles ~x~x~.e~,~ Friday Saturday ........................................ Taco salad ,,~e,\˘,ow Terry and Irene Ortman, Owners 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3201 Wendell-Peters unite in marriage in Beloit Wendell, Peters • JaneaAnn Wendell and Jerry Daniel Peters were married Nov. 7. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Beloit. Celebrant was Father Joseph Kieffer. A reception, dinner and dance were held at the Captain Quarters Ballroom following the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Bill and Marty Wendell. Beloit. and Da ~,1 and Elaine Peters. Randall Grandparents are Eugene and Bernadine Bartak. Beloit. Nick and Liacille Peters. Jewell. and Clifford and Nevada Verier. Randall. Maid~)fhonor was AmbriaWendell. sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Julie Wendell. Amanda Pounds. and Tara Madden. sisters of the bride. Flower girl was Tatem Peters. niece of the bridegroom. Best man was Brian Peters. cousin of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Mark Peters. Darren Peters. brothers of the bridegroom, and Aaron Peters. cousin of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Cameron Peters. cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers were Luke Peters. brother of the bridegroom. Christi an Soler. Jeremy Bledso. friends of the couple, and DeWavne Hartzell. cousin of the bridegroom. Music was provided by Ben Dahl. organist. Corbyn Broeckelman. gui- tarist, and Julie Wendell. soloist. The bride is a 2004 graduate of St. John's High School. Beloit. and a 2008 graduate of Kansas State University with a bache'lor of science degree in athletic training. She is the assistant director of the NCK Wellness Center in Beloit. The bridegroom is a 2006 graduate of Jewell High School. He is a farmer and professional bull rider Following a honeymoon to Las Vegas they are making their home near Randall. Singspiration held in Burr Oak church A singspiration was held at the United Methodist Church. Burr Oak. Sunday night. This event is held quar- terly and is sponsored by the Burr Oak Ministerial Union. Churches repre- sented in this union are United Meth- odist, Christian. Nazarene• Northbranch Friends. all of Burr Oak, and Olive Hill. rural Superior. Those providing specials were Pas- tor Dan Dempsey, a vocal sol(). United MethOcfi~t: Erma Dillon. a vocal solo. and Marilyn Jeffery, sharing an Edna Master's poem. Northbranch Friends: Lola Wilson and Cheryl Woerner. a vocal duet. Nazarene: Beverly Frost and Gloria Schlaefli. a vocal duet. and Gloria Schlaefli. a prong solo. Group singing was led by Pastor Dempsey with Lila Smith as the accompanist. An offering was taken to help with the ministerial unicm projects, that in- cludes a joint Bible School planned for next summer. Refreshments were served follow- ing the service. Alma Garman. Nancy McCorkle and Carol Cosand were in charge of the serving table. Thank You I would like to thank everyone who cared for me during my ill- ness. The transportation b~ the EMT's, Marilyn Dunstan NP, Leon Hughes PA and the Bellewlle Medical Staff while I was in the hospi- tal for 2 1/2 months. Also a thank you to all the nurses and nurses aids who waited on my every need day and night. Thanks for the cards, visits and prayers. We are so lucky as a conmtunity to have oltr Jewell County Hospital and everyone who works there. Gay Anderson ~. -(- Thank You -~ Thank you to everyone who came to the Soup Social in Jewell sponsored by the Jewell County Relay For Life Committee. An extra thank you to Shana for all of her kitchen help.Thanks again for all your donations and support. 50th ,4 card shower ~s requested for LeRoy Marilyn Eaton who will celebrate their Wedding Anniversary M O n d Q Y F e b. 8 Please send cards to: 501 N. High, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Happy Anniversary from your family! Thursday, January 28, 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Friendship Meals Feb. 1 through Feb. 5 Monday: Spaghetti, meat sauce, Italian blend, garlic bread, strawber- ries, whip topping, milk. Tuesday: Oven fried chicken, baked potato, Harvard beets, wheat bread, Jell-O with fruit, milk. Wednesday: Chuckwagon steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, wheat bread, fruit cocktail, milk, chocolate chip cookie. Thursday: Ham and beans, lettuce with tomato and dressing, cornbread, mandarin oranges, pudding, milk. Friday! Chicken~ and vegetables, potato wedges, spinach, apricots, blue- berry muffin, milk. Meals delivered by Lutheran Church. Jewell Library receives books Mindy Ost~ Mankato, donated the books "1889-A Century of Friends- 1989" which is about the Northbranch Friends Church and Academy; in- dexes for the books" 1887-Esbon. Kan- sas- 1987 .... Memories of Otego," "Jewell Coufity Poor Farm," and "Formoso-The Tracks of a Town." They have been added to genealogical section in the library. Jewell Public Library has added more than 30juvenile biographies from the US D 279 collection and continues to add juvenile and pre-school fiction as well The CKLS Rotating Book truck recently visited Jewell and has left a selection of books the next six weeks. There are a lot of Westerns in this batch. The library staff" listens to pa- tron requests when selecting the books each c5 cle. Cunningbam Cable has been pre- paring the library as a base for Channel 12 in the Jewell area. Pre-schoolers heard a story about 'Charlie's Horse' at story time last week and then glued their eyes on the stick horses the> took home with them. Cole informed his mother that his is "an outside horse. Pre-School Story Time meets from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Tuesday mornings. Libraries offer self- therapy book for those that stutter Self-Therapy tbr the Stutterer is the classic self-help guide by the founder of The Stuttering Foundation, Malcohn Fraser. It is written to and for the many adults and teens who stutter. The 192- page book is available at most public libraries including the Burr Oak City Library, Formoso Public Library, Jewell Public Library, Mankato City Public Library. This book outlines a seffthempy program which describes what the per- son who stutters can do to work to- wards better communication. It is of- ten used as a supplement to speech therapy. Charles Van Riper said about this book. "There are always some who stutter who are unable to get profes- sional help and others who do not seem to be able to profit from it. There are some who prefer to be their own thera- pist. In this book, Malcolm Fraser has provided guidance for those who must help themselves. Knowing well from his own experience as a stutterer the difficulties of self-therapy, he outlines a series of objectives and challenges that should serve as a map for the person who is lost in the dismal swamp of stuttering and wants to find a way out." I IIII .~- '("ff~'~~ Warne-McMillan plan July wedding Meghan Warne and Blake McMillan announce their engagement. Parents arc Deb and Dave Wamc. Mankato, Janicc and Greg McMillan, Randall, and Belinda and Jerry Snyder. Manhattan. Meghan is completing an early childhood education degree online through Kansas State University. She is an early childhood special education paraprofessional in Beloit. Blake is a fourth-generation farmer and cattleman in Jewell County. Their wedding is planned for July 24. on the ranch operated by the bride' s family' near Mankato. Ost-Wilber to wed in Mankato in June Heather Rebecca Osl and Andrew Donald Wilbcr will be united in ntar- riage at 3 p.m. June 5 at St. Theresa Catholic Church. Mankato. Father Jo- seph Popelka will officiate the cer- emony. Heather is the daughter of Russell and Rebecca Mick. Osborne. and the late Kirk Ost. Mankato. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Vcrla Roe. Mankato. the late Shirley Roe. Repub- lic, Don and Dona Bemn and the late Bob Ost. Mankato. Heather is a 2006 ~l-aduatc of Ma ~- kato. H~gh Schoob .~hc..~s current y employed at Jewell County LTC. Man- kato. Andrew is the son of Morris and Chris Wilber. Bellevillc. He is the grandson of Stanley and Mary Popelka. Donald and Katherine Wilber. Bellevillc. Andrew is a 2001 graduate of Belleville High School and a 2006 graduate of K-State of Salina. Andrew ~s currently employed at Cloud Ce- ramics in Ctmcordia. -THANK YOU- Thank you to all who showed compassion and understanding dur- ing this difficult time of Lela VanMeter's passing. Your thoughts and expressions of kindness are all deeplf˘ apprecn- ate& Harry Robinson /'-Pancake Sausage Feed -N Saturday, Feb. 6 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 - 7:30 p.m. Village Cafe, Esbon, Kan. Sponsored by the American Legion Free Will Donation ,/ FOR $35 BUY A BRICK for the MANKA TO LIBRARY Phase II Library Project to start New Brick Garden Spring 2010 A GREAT IDEA FOR A GIFT!! BUY A BRICK FOR EVERY GRANDKID!! For a $35 donation to the library a brick with the name of your choice will be permanently placed near the library. For a $250 Gift, the brick will be granite and with a $1,000 gift, the brick will be black granite. For further information, please contact any library board member: Marlene Brown, Sheila Diamond, Elaine Lippold, Bethany Roe, Steve Melby, Deb Warne, Nancy Wendling Please make checks payable to Mankato City Library. Donations may be delivered to the City Library or Elaine Lippold or mailed to the City Library at 214 N. High, Mankato. Kan. 66956