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Rock screens ,n for prospective kindergar- Schools is from 1 to 3 }.m. The screen- children who will be five Aug. 31. will be conducted at School inBurr ; is Jane psychologist; Anna speech clinician; Joanna health nurse; and Pam arten teacher. will include speech vision and cog- motor coordination assess- s will be reviewed; are asked to bring immunization records, : and social security ............... I the day of the screening .................. physical is also re- may be attained at Jewell dth or from the fam- I in the Burr Oak anti Esbon are encouraged to con- p an appoint- screening should take up- one hour. site group spring tea t recently and discussed the tea, usually held Durant is to contact about dates and the "cof- the event. presided Present were Shirley, LaVetaWinslow, Dufant, Richard ,Wickmann and Ralph requested participants at the manners and not talk programs. storm days to make Last week Jewell County residents took advantage of services offered at the Jewell County Health Fair. Pictured above are Alberta Diamond, Ruth Clegg and Merna Wester waiting to get their blood pressu re checked by Phyllis Bnggs. VFW names winners of scholarships The Department of Kansas Veter- ans of Foreign Wars Endowment As- sociation released the names of the winners of the 2002 college scholar- ship awards. These scholarships are awarded to selected children and grandchildren of members of the Kansas Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Ladies Auxil- iary. The Kansas VFW Endowment As- I IIII Friendship Meals April 15 through April 19 Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, grapefruit and oranges. Tuesday: Chuckwagon steak, creamed potatoes, lima beans, wheat roll, strawberry rhubarb gelatin. Wednesday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, wheat roll, ice cream Jewell Count y Memories 100 Years Ago Jack Moore sold $1,275 worth of seven cent hogs in Kansas City. Last year's sales built Jack a new house and this bunch means a big new barn. The county commissioners inform the trustee of Prairie Township that if Prairie and Buffalo will put in a steel bridge between Bowers' and Maliorys' farms, the county will assume expenses. A $680 bridge has been ordered. Bob McBride went out yesterday and killed four large fine fat wild geese with two shots. E.A. Ross, editor of the Burr Oak Herald, was elected the town's mayor. As a rule an editor could not be elected dog pelter. Statistics show that Kansas ranks eighth as a butter state. Charily Seaver, Randall, was burned to death. A large gasoline lamp ex- ploded over his head. The Omio School closed last Fri- day. The patrons of the district brought in well-filled baskets for a picnic din- ner. 80 Years Ago Dr. A.J. Schumaker and Dr. L.E. Rowley went to Kansas City last week to attend a convention of dentists. Swift and Co. is opening a new cream station in Jewell in the building just vacated by the battery station on the west side of the city park The commissioners appointed W.H. Smith janitor of the courthouse. There is talk of a new building in Ionia replacing the Farmers Mercan- tile that burned down. Barred Rock eggs, 12 cents a dozen, above market price. Mrs. Wm. Sluyter. Lloyd Moore had the misfortune to get his right hand broken Thursday by getting it tangled up with four horses and a grain drill. A pretty hard blow just at the start of farming season. A speaker on hard surfaced roads will visit Jewell County in opposition to them. He ought not to find his 60 Years Ago Dean Gilley, principal of the rural high school at Agenda, has been cho- sen to succeed F.W. Meyer as superin- tendent of the Jewell Schools. Gilley and his wife have three young folks, a son and twin daughters--all will be in high school. John Keeler is in Kansas City re- porting as a cadet flier in the U.S. Navy. John is a junior at Fort Hays College and has 80 to 90 hours flying experience at Hays. Jack Beeler has recently purchased the 560 acre Dietz ranch in Erving township. This land includes the origi- nal E.M. Dietz homestead. Two tire thieves were captured in Cloud County. Dr. J.W. Yankey, who has been practicing medicine in Mankato for 15 years, moved to Esbon Wednesday First place winners in the Jewell County Spelling contest are: first grade, Glen Marihugh; second grade, Eddie Hall; third grade, Joyce Spiegel; fourth grade, Patty Patrick; fifth and sixth grade, Bobby Switzer; seventh and eighth grade, Joann Bowles; high school, Donald Spiegel. 40 Years Ago Old Settlers Days in Jeweli was July 23-25. The Old Settlers commit- tee met Saturday evening to discuss this annual event, the 65th homecom- ing. High school students who planned to enter the county spelling contest in Mankato: Terry Behrends, Larry Flinn, Sharon Lienberger, Marilyn Kieffer and Thelma Brandon. The Ionia community was privi- leged to hear Don Appleman, mission- ary to Sierra Leone, at the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The speaker also showed slides of this country and its people. Free serving tray with carton king size Coke. Forty-five cents plus bottle deposit. Thursday, April 11. 2002 Top spellers in JeweU County were decided in the county spelling contest: second grade, Ronnie Rothchild, Montrose; third grade, Jan Crum, Montrose; fourth grade, Christina Justyna, Mankato; fifth grade, Dallas Yetter, Burr Oak; sixth grade, Dare earing, Burr Oak; seventh grade, inda Louder, Montrose; eighth grade, Donna Logan, Montrose; high school, Jeanette McCiure, Montrose. 20 Years Ago The Mankato Chamber of Com- merce chose Lela Huntsinger as April's outstanding citizen. Melvin and Bernice Allen are the new owners of the Crest-Vue Motel, Mankato. The Aliens move to Man- kate from Alma, Nob., where they had managed a motel for four years. Maxine Rafferty, Man.kate, won a 12 inch black and white Zenith TV at the Tastee Freez, Jewell, in the Big T Treasure Hunt contest. The North Central Kansas Radio Control Club held a fun fly at the Mankato Airport. The First National Bank, Mankato, gave away free rose bushes. Esbon High School presented "Oklahoma" at the high school. Three-hundred attended the Ran- dall High School alumni. Easter Day was 80 degrees after a snow storm last Monday. 10 Years Ago Melissa Nulty, Jewell, won the title of Jewell County Young Woman of the Year contest held in Mankato. Jewell County received a new 1992 ambulance which cost ;57,925, un- equipped. The ambulance was made possible through the generosity of the Wint Smith Estate, Jewell County Hospital, hospital board members and the financial planning of the director of the ambulance service, Dan Switzer. Tracy Loomis competed for Cloud County Community College at the National Indoor Track and Field meet. She placed seventh in the nation in the Pentathlon. One Year Ago Jewell City Council appointed THE SUPERIOR EXPREGS 3B when Monte Wilson resigned . Emily Diehl, Burr Oak, was 20,32 Jewell County Junior Miss. First ra=, ner up was Danyel Davis; Jane Bowersox, second runner up; ,v,d Katherine Pumphrey, third runner Jp. Mankato weather: high, April , 74 degrees; low, April 2, 23 degrees. Moisture year to date, 5.07. Justin Charland was named 2002 Jewell County Junior Mister. Jr. Clio Club Junior Clio Club met Monday at the Pine Haven meeting room with Marlene Brown as hostess and Davine Hughes as co-hostess. Alice Kinsey presided over the meeting. Ideas were discussed for next year's programs at meetings and a hostess sign up sheet was passed around. Lunch was served as the plans were discussed. The next meeting will be May 6 with music and forensics as the pro- gram. Esbon Senlorettes have April meeting The Esbon Seniorettes met recently with 14 members and a guest, Glen Jones, Esbon, present for a potluck dinner. Hostesses were Violet Baker and Josephine Frost. Cards were signed and sent. Prizes were won by Thelma Lamb, Leland Bartley, Glen Jones, Xryphia Martin, Lillian Fogo and Mabel Marihugh. The group decided to get liability insurance on the building. Soup supper to raise funds for the assistant cook at the Mankato Nutrition Site was can- celed, but it was decided to go ahead with donations. The voted to give $25 for the cause. The group voted to order another 110 cook books. A card party at the senior building Saturday night at 7:30. Hostesses for May 1 meeting are Betty and Bud Niles. The next county meeting is at Burr Oak April 25 at 9: 30. presented a report on sociation was created in 1956 and is Thursday: Sausage egg bake, hash audiences hard to convince. No one in Montrose HDU met with Connie Richechy to fill the vacancy created contract. Rent is based on the onlyoneofitskindintheNational. ...... Jewell County seriously considers Smith and Marjorie Moser at the par- I/Ir U ln"te--eat revaluation and number of .... orowns, cinnamon roll, amnrosm. VFW Organization the assoc|at|on Fri  ....... 1- .... - ..... paved roads, ish house. IPd on census. She ex- da, ............. ,,,,u ,,,y, 1 currently has more than $100 000 com-  ' - we need to follow to ........ ' . baked sweet potato, stewed tomatoes, mitred to active SChOlarships lnls wL--. L----. J - . evaluation. She and ..... " ,  neat u, reau, uresslng brownie. year's awards total $lV ouo tor lZ  delivPrd' By lHthrn measure space used. , Meal ...........  .......... i[ scholarships .... April 12-14, 7:30 p.m. meal report: congregate Scholarship recipients are hated ..nurcn. I[ ailyaverage,26;in-home here:$4,000Nelli[BlakelyMemorial I,w,,"v Teens YWCA meet |[Josh Hamett stars in the romantic ' livered, 806; daily aver ......... " , ealsserved, l ,299; daily scholarship, Marlssa Moeder, Jewell YWCA will meet with the |[ comedy as a young man who, aftera A' rw,ltx WaKeeney, sponsored by VFW Post Jewell High School Y-Teens Monday |/brutal breakui with his girlfriend =I'I L#'(;iyO Iivities and events: hear- 7972, Ransom; $2,000 scholarships, at 6:30o.m. at the high school. TheY- Elizabeth Pauis, Glasco, VFW Post Teens will host and provide a pot-luck |/(Vinessa Shaw), gives up sex for r; Mildred Graham played 7697; Cindy Hageman, Spwey, V.FW.. supper. The secret sisters-daughters-  It Lent as a way of freeing himself of , Love played harmonica; Post 1164 Kmgman" ; Audrey Vail, moms will be revealed and officers for 1/his obsession with her only to meet Lgner, reading; Jenna Neodesha, VFW Post 5962; Hallie the coming year installed. Y-Teens lithe girl of his dreams (Shannyn 'ensics; health nurse and Perryman,BellePlain, VFWPost 1165 will be in chanze of the program dl;mt; county council meet-Abby Oat and Sasha ,vFwFrtSctt;andDavidSattler'Herndn'Post 1368. [/"'" '" ''' " ...... " ...... l/sssamn) ' 40 N i q hts s; Golden Years potluck. $1,000 scholarships: Jessica IICITV OF W, WF, I,I, II Rated R nocooksreportasShelly Bergman, Simpson, VFW Post 6242 I| ............. |/ for strong sexual content, nudity and entlysubstituting.s l wr n Beloit;AmandaZackman,Hays, VFW l| is acceptingbidsfora Ii,_ Ii language.  .  , Post 9139Ellis" Tara Wendell Beloit II ,,, ,- " . " ,,-,% .... = ', mttend pr'ng o ks-op ...... " .... '  ' II IU-Ioot X 4U-tOOt all steel vPw l-'ost b242; tiranoon stas, ton- I| ell County Family and cordia, VFW Post 588. II addition on to the West epting bids to repmcell ! Employment Available II Education group met prior $500 scholarship: Brandon Sparks, [I endend ofof thethc Firet::,.c- Station.o muu,e'': ^- 733f t of Curb and 11 I! County Spring Tea at Goodland, VFW Pearl 133; and Brett [I ___:-_ee_ ___ ,. 1 trch 25. Walker, Miltonvale, VFW Post 3201. 11 Gutter, 530-feet of Gutter, II The Jewell County Solid Waste I t,'wereNlaBessAtwd'Doris Worm, Ruth " - DAVES' mallll nrt:cttePctt OfisFor complete details 1,400square feet of 11 Department is now accepting I Velma Garman, Barb  GUN SHOP co at driveway, and 3,069 II applications for Pan-Time La- I guest Bonnie Langer, and I Jh  Knl [I 785-428-3600 .square feet of sidewalk. II borer positioning. A complete i 'VelmaGarmanreportedent Deanna Sweat. Open by appointment or chanceBOY -- sei,- r,,a, 00,II ' --' [I job description along with ant ........ For complete details [[ application form, are available i n accounts. Several will 785-428 3337 [ II All tll(IS must tie ring area FCE workshop 'onApril 4. " "11 _ .receivedby _ contact theCity Office at II atthe Transfer Station, 100 W. [ if,W'JuneenC ,uraged21. Craftf'Daythe Visitaus on the web I ...11 Fridav. Mav 3.  785-428,3600 ] Highway 36, Mankato, Kan. Ap- [ W1Nw.d._, IlL "'r__ All bidsmust be, received by II plication deadhne is 4 p.m. on I v. dated ; t .---.. discu =a -- ..r,';d-v. -----.,, --..-."" ...a ,.ll Friday, April 19. Jewell County ,|  _ "2 | isanE.O.E. ] High Seh0ol Alumni Banquet ; I would like to thank all my friends a rg Sat/g00,Yay2,5 ' "IONIA neighhors for their cards, prayersand PART-TIME Employment Available m accounts. Several will Was encouraged for the visits for my stay in the hospital Department accepting for a Part-time Nurse. Complete form may up and to the County office at the :leadline 4 p.m. on April 19 r is an E.O.E. Now! v= a re.at. ning=! havo and want 785'378-3802 'y .and Payne Mankato, Kan. l. Social Hour - 5:30 p.m. * Dinner - 6:30 p.m; [ Cost of the catered meal is $7.50 per plate Alumni Dues are $5 Meal reservations and dues are to be paid by Wednesday May 15 CONTACT: i Join Jewell County Head Start! Now accepting enrollment applications for 2002-2003 Pre, school program for three to five year olds. Children that attend will receive a variety of educa- tional activities, healthy meals, medical and dental care all de- signed to help children succeed. We also have services to meet the needs of children with dis- abilities. Please contact the center for more information or to arrange a time to complete an application. 785-378-3344 I UNION [ CEMETERY I Board Meeting[ Friday, April 191 9. p.m. Delaware Pub Jewell, Kan. White Rock Kindergarten Screening A Kindergarten screening will be offered by the White Rock Schools on Tuesday, April 16, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The screening is for all children who will be 5 years old on or before Saturday, Aug. 31. Screening will be conductedat White Rock Elementary School in Burr Oak, Kan., by Jane Rose, School Psychologist; Anna Schoen, Speech Clinician; Joanna Kriley, County Health Nurse; and Pam Dodd, kindergarten teacher. The screening will include speech and language, hearing, vision,and cognitive and motor coordination assessment. Immunizations will be re- ,,lowed; therefore, parents are asked to bring their child's immunization records, birth certificate, and social security number on the day of the screening. A kindergarten physical is also required and may be attained at Jewell County Rural Health, or your own personal doctor's office. Parents in the Burr Oak and Esbon communities are encouraged to contact Therese Frost at 785-725-3222 or 888-383-3220, before Monday, April 8, to set up an appointment. The screening should take approximately one hour. eSund.ay Dinncr Sunday, April 14 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.. Ionia, Kan. f i  i I ii i ii ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii R_ide the J.ewgll qqunty /ransportanonLImO and let us do thedriving for youl Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewe# County General Public Transportation. CONCORDIA: April 16, towns served: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. SALINA: Apri119, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville Simpson. HASTINGS: May 2, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. BELOIT: May 9, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Some trigs ate cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made. I Kindergarten Screening Clinic USD 279 JewelI-Randall Wednesday, April 24 8:,30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Randall Elementary School 304 4th. Randall, Kan. , For appointment contact the Jewell County Health Department for health ,check and immunizations. Call Randall Elementary School (785-739-2216) and set up an appointment for screening clinic. and afterwards. Thank you so much. Leo Jacobs anddane O il i Jewell Citywide Clean-up Day Monday_, April 22 Items will be picked up at normal pickup locations throughout the day. Small items should be bagged. Call the city office at 785-428-3600 if you have any questions. IHI i I I IPotato Bar and Dessert BenefitI[ for Kevin Thomp, son Sunday, April 14 11:00 a.m.-1 p.m. Jewell Community Center Freewill donation Kevin lost all his possessions in a house fire on March 23, 2002, in Concordia, Kan. Gift Certificates are also a suggestion at WaI,Mart, Jewell Grocery or any gas station in the area. i