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Births II and Dennis Firment June 20 at St. Fabian Farmington Hills, SeCond grade teacher and employed with the Hills Fire Dept. are Max and Myrna fformer Mankato resi- late Clarence and Gene Proctor, Man- Uncle. is Myma Smith Proc- late Otis and Ber- /, Neb. andMartha .Hills, Mich. inducted to honoraries Overland Park, Proctor-Flrment Roe Luhrs and Resource Council of Virginia and Lauren was recently inducted offers workshop x Board, An informational noon-hour work- at Kansas State shop is set for Monday at the Jewell Chris and Tina Foster announce the birth of their son, Isaac Alexander, born April 5 at Memorial Hospital of Carbon County, Rawlins, Wyo. He weighed 6 pounds, I ! ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Paternal grandpar- ents are Jim Foster and Rosanna Fos- ter, Ionia. Maternal grandparents are Steve and Linda Richardson, Topeka. Paternal great-grandparents are Ella Elston, Ionia, and the late Walt Elston; the late Cli fiord Foster; Lucille Kenney, Pangburn, Ark., and the late W.R. Kenney. Maternal great-grandparents are Charles Davenport, Tarkio, Me., and Tillie Richardson, Maryville, Me. Matt and Kara Loomis, Ionia, an- nounce the birth oftheirdaughter, Jenna Jae, born April 17 at Saline Regional Medical Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 inches long, She as a brother, Colin, and a sister, Samantha. Grandparents are Bill and Becky Loomi r, Jewell, and Leon and Carol Divel, Pittsburg• Great-grand- parents are Lois Oplinger and Opal University.Mor- County Courthouse Meeting Room, Loomis, both of Jewell. tar Board is a ha- Mankato. tional honor so- The workshop is open to all county Nathan and Shelly Lunge, Wichita, ciety that recog-department directors, school princi- announcethebirthofadaughter, Heidi nizescollege se- pals indsuperintendents, city officials, Nicole, born May 3. She weighed 9 niors for abilityand public program officials. Invita- " pounds, 2 ounces, and was 18 1/2 inches long. Heidi has a brother, Wyatt, and achievement tions were sent out by the K-State in scholarship, Cooperative Extension Service, Jew- 2. Grandparents are Russ and Pat leadership, and ell County• Lunge, Valley Center. Great-grand- service• The The workshop will begin withparents are Chet and Virginia Hanson, honorarypartici- county department introductions and a Mankato. pates in the ha- brief outline of the department's re- ----------- tionai Mortar sponsibilities to public service. There ReadingisLead- willbeabriefoverviewofinformation Peters memorial read and donate about the Jewell County Resource scholarships given ols and the Man- Council, and a wrap-up session and ;Inducted intoChimes evaluation. Recipients of the second Peggy Peters Memorial Academic Scholar- .She will be servingas ships are Cameron Shipley, Esbon, junior honorary at K- Eastern Star gives and Tracy Bohnert, Jewell. dedicated to service, A scholarship benefit in November scholarship. Chimes 50 year awards 2001 to celebrate Peggy' s memory and in the spring Port Chapter No. 55, Order of the her active participation in 4-H, school To be consid- EasternStar,[)istrictNo.35willpresent and community helped establish the ;hip, students must 50 year membership pins in a cer- Peters Scholarships• point aver- emony Wednesday, May 14 at 2 p.m. The scholarship committee set up involve- at theJewell ApartmentBuilding, Jew- scholarship guidelines which were up- and community ac-ell. proved by the Peters family and appli- Receiving 50 year pins are Patricia cations were available to all Jewell pgrant McMurray, Jewell; Berniece Harris, County youth with preference given to Phi, the nation's old- Burr Oak; Jane Jacobs, Mankato; youth involved in the Jewell County 4- e all-dis- Patricia Lienberger, Beloit; Barbara H program. ashipgrants King, Mankato; Don and Dawna Gay Eight applications were received assist undergraduate , and reviewed. ˘ gain knowledge from Robinett, Randall• Mar)erie Johnson, Tracy, daughter of Peg and Calvin the academic setting• Burr Oak, will be presented her pin at Bohnert, Jewell, plans to attend Fort ary education major a later date in her home. Hays State University to study elemen- leadership studies. Mildred Anderson, Campbell, Ca- tary education. Cameron, son ofTeresa ued at $1,000 were lif.,formerlyofBurrOak, willreceive and Gary Shipley, Esbon will be at- e.Victoriareceived her 75 year pin. Friends and relatives tending "Wichita'State University to to work with junior otthe honorees are invited to attend the study computer engineering and phys- tth groups this sum_ ceremony, ics. , resby teri._____.____an Church. utility report Y L. Chesko, 603 Reeitai Students of Moriah Wagner , May 11 at 1:30 p.m. Lt=tL ran Church ankato, Kansas Ooests musicians will Burr Oak-White Rock Alumni Banquet Saturday, May 24 White Rock High School Gymnasium* Burr Oak, Kansas Social Hour - 5:30 PM * Dinner - 6:30 PM Meal Cost $7.50 • Alumni Dues $5•00 Advance payment required. Reservations due by May 15 I For reservations contact Cheryl Hillman, PO box 13, Burr Oak, KS 66936 Phone 785-647-6171 E-Mail: momhillman@aol•com or Glennys Barnes, PO Box 33, Burr Oak, KS 66936 Phone 785-647-5301 E-Mail: glennysbarnes @ aol.com I I 785-378-3172 r (Steven Martin) Latifah) on to be in out to be with s to wreck havok ass life. 7:30 P.M. Application for 2003 Mankato Alumni Scholarship Name Address Phone Year graduated from Mankato High School Plan to attend this school Already attending this school Applications must be received by May 23, 2003 by: Karen Ross, 103 N. W st, Mankato, KS 66956 Award to be by drawing on May 24, 2003 at the Mankato High School Alumni Celebration at the armory Notification of winner(s) will be made by mail. y, May 24 2 tO 4 p.m. Open House and Reception hosted by 1953 class to be held at the old high school, 301 N. West. 4- " I----------------'1 to 6 p.m. Catered Meal: $8.00 per person I us, and Hos"itali- - Dues" $2 per graduate or class member I u ( P ty time at tlae " . nard Armory, 217 S Hi.,h /' Scholarship donation, your choice I 6 • f--cJiReservations must be received by I 41 1 tit. I u ni A- [ Monday, May 19 . 'n kat,, SSOciation Banquet | I "-at" .o, ,-, [ Contact: Verla aouser . _ uard Armory 727 iV. High I g17 S 8 gh i Mankato, Kan. 66956 , I I_...,....,.,..=.,._..,_.....-...--.11 ehere aml F rmer Classmate are Welcome to Attend Thursday, May 8, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Dean Cline, 83, has served resi- 14 years. During the late spring and dents of For- early summer months, Cline stillwent muse as a city on the harvest run from southern Ken- council mem- sas to the Canadian border. He has cut berfor26years, wheat for two generations of South Last month was . Dakota farmers. In 1992 he retired his final court- cil meeting since he de- cider, prior to last election, to retire. Cline said he has enjoyed his many years on the council and through the years has helped make many changes and improvements to the small Jewell County town, population 130. According to Cline, one of the first large projects he helped with was in bringing rural water into town. "It was when we found out the city well water was contaminated. Virgil Mohler was the mayor and we drove to Topeka three times trying to get the govern- ment to help," Cline said. A grant was Spring seems to be "bustin' out all over," accelerated by the April showers received and water lines were installed received in the area recently. This garden of tulips and daffodils are in back in Formoso from the local rural water of Big Bear Repair in Jewell district. In ! 996 the city paid off what was 17 scholarships given by owed on a new sewer system that had been installed a year before Cline came Nuckolls County Foundation onto thecitycouncii. The largest project undertaken by the city while Ciine was on the council from custom harvesting, turning it over to his son. In 1959 Dean and Veima moved to their present Formoso home. Velma was the librarian for more than 20 years. The Ciine's are active members of the Formoso Community Church where Dean held many jobs and board positions. Velma has been a long time church accompanist. They have a son, Rod, Glaseo, and a daughter, Leilani Dikkers, Arizona. They have one grandson. "I have enjoyed being acity council member and the part I liked the most about it was seeing the projects come together and seeing the end results. I would have liked to see more city clean- ing up done," he said. He tells what to him makes a good city council member. "It is accom- plishing something for the benefit of the people and the city". Cline has worked with "too many council members to remember." He has served with seven mayors, includ- ing Mohler, Studer, Patrick, Stafford, The Nuckoils County Foundation School, Scandia, was selected to re- was the replacement all the water lines Peters, Dunstan and Doxon. Accord- County announces the awarding of 17 ceive the Roy and Mildred Moore and hydrants. This project updated a ing to Cline, the council elections are $300 scholarships to area graduates in Memorial Scholarship of $300. This system that was put into place in 1927. Kansas and Nebraska schools, scholarship is awarded on the basis of "I'm no! certain when that was fin- different than in most towns, as there Seniors receiving the scholarships interest in education or agriculture, ished, but I d guess about two or three are five council members up for dec- are Sarah Birdseii aqd Tracy Bohnert, The Jason Peele Memorial Schol- years ago. Everyone worked together tion every two years. He remembers when the popula- Jewell High School; Tyler Dunstan, arship of $500 goes to Andy Eiseman on that. tion of Formoso was 250 and when Angela Jensen and Moriah Wagner, with Derek Shaner as an alternate. The More recently the city approved a there were several businesses. "I be- Mankato High School; Robyn Konan, Roy Equall Memorial Scholarship of White Rock High School; Ryan$250 goes to Derek Shaner with Jason new fire station and community buiid- lieve that there is a future in the small Fuerhoff, Wade Schmidt, Stacy Giililan as alternate. Superior FFA lug, made possible through work from rural towns• There are good things, Simonsen and Brittanie Utecht, Supe- Chapter members' with the guidance the fire department and a grant, like no heavy traffic to figh! and there rior High School; Renee Faimon, Jill ofDavidBarnard, advisor, select these Cline is proud of his small commu- is more independence here." nity, home for him and his wife, Velma, Hubl, Andrew Pohlmeier, Peter Spirk, two scholarship recipients, for more than 50 years. Stacy Svoboda, Douglas Wehrman and Victoria Wehrman, all of Lawrence- Federation officers Cline, a native of Saline County, Roe speaks at graduation grew up on a farm. He began as a JoshRoe, graduating senior in agri- Nelson High School. ineet in Randall custom harvester in 1947 and rented a cultural economics, Republic, will be The Rena Clingman Memorial GFWC of Kansas Sixth District farm near Formosoin 1951. In 1960, a student speaker at commencement Scholarships of $300 each were Board members met in Randall re- he began to work as a mechanic for the for the College of Agriculture at Kan- awarded to Abby Cline, Superior, and cently for the spring session, county,road department, a job he held sas State University. Bryce Brown, Lawrence-Nelson. Nevada Vetter, district president, The Evelyn Harris Memorial Schol- conducted the meeting. Seventeen of- arship of $500 was awarded to Kerry fleers were present including Theresa Ann Waugh, White Rock High School. Baxa, Community Improvement Chair- This scholarship is awai'ded to a stu- person. Both Vetter and Baxa are dent who plans to go into the education members of the local federated club• field• Reports from the past year's activi- Andrew• R. Pohlmeier. was selected w"re,. --'-' " ..... ,.,,ch o* r'"e".,,. ,• to receive the Diane Rose Sole Memo- w w ;, ,,., ,,.,h .... • ...... , . •• A ards ereg..~.tut.oa,..utl_.t,.a,.,., for 26 years of service on the riaIScholarsh pof$200 Thereop ent " e e be • . • at the state meetm,=. Board m m rs of tMs scholarsMp has a goal of fur it- - attend the state board meeting in An- Formoso C y Council thering their education in the medical gust and will gather lbr the annual field, district meeting at the Jewell Commu- From Ma Erin S. Larson, Pike Valley High nity Center Sept. 19 and 20. or anac ouncu teml er I Bridal Showe Remembermom on Mothers Day, May 11, with an: I[ for Kirsten Barrett and Nate J6n l[ °OrehidandRose,ouquetora S unday, May 18, 2 p.m. Also, now taking orders for Memorial DaylY. [L Randall Community Church, Randall, Kan. j[ ° FloralSpravs or Wreaths (from silk or fresh-cut flowers) Jewell Sr. High School Tuesda May 13 Jewell Community Center, 7 p.m. "Discipline Breeds Freedom", Scott Dodge, speaker Meal Cost $6 Make reservatons at Randall Bank,Heartland Bank, Jewell Grocery or Jewel Jr. Sr. high School Reservation deadline - Friday, May 9, 2 p.m. [[ , Make checks payable to [ ' Jewell chamber of Commerce" Sponsored by the Jewell Chamber of Commerce The Baccalureate Service For The Seniors Of Jewell High School Wednesday, May 14 7:30 p.m. Jewell High School Auditorium Jewell, Ken. Tom and Luann Harris Farm at. 1 Box 139, Burr Oak, Kan., 785-647-8351-Call anytimelll eight miles north on Mankato Airport Road, two miles west and 1/4 mile south (De//veo/ in Jewel/ CounO/ and sunoun hg area) NEW SUMMER HOURS EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, MAY 8: Closed Mondays; Open every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2.p.m.; Open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 to 9 p.m.; Open Sundays from t0:30 a.m. to 2 p.m• Wednesday-Mexican Thursday-Pan Fried Chicken Dinner Friday-Catfish and Shrimp Dinners Saturday-Steak Night • (10 oz- 7 oz Prime Top Sirloin) Sunday-Pan Fried Chicken Dinner Mothers Day, Suneaz May 11 Matt m frse sttm t rr , short cake (with purchase of a dinner) S. Highway 14 Jewell, Kan. for Carry out !!! 785-428-7999 efforts toward the America s junior Miss program in Mobile, Alabama, in June, 2003, A big thank you to all who attended my candlelight dinner and concert. Thank you to all who were unable to attend but have donated money toward my endeavor. I would also like to thank the National Guard Armory and U.S.D. 278 for use of their facilities. A special thank you to Rick and Sheila Diamond for the use of their party canopy and to all those who donated their tables for the meal. A big thank you to Brenda Enyeart and Shidey Snider for making rolls for the meal and to the Buffalo Roam for donating ice and other items. Thank you to Lynette Bartley for taking tickets andthe meal and concert and for acting as my emcee. Thank you to Pare arman tor taking tickets to the Extension Office for the use of their visual equipment, to U.S.D 104 for the 0se of the screen, to Mike Waite for operating the projector and Marcus Atvariz for lighting and sound. A very special thank you to Deanna Sweat for organizing the reception after my concert and to the Jewell County Junior Leaders for nmvidino and servin-"h ...... -"" " ........ " "- g ˘ e punch aria COOKieS. , A big, big thank you to my sewers at.the meal, Cortney Alexander, Tyler Dunstan, Kyle Lawrence, Trevor Ell