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Thursday, May 15, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B JUdy Lawrence, Mankato, and Maree Tayles, New Zealand, announce t of their daughter and e and Andrew ~,.l~le-elect, a graduate of Man ~n~. School, received a master' y"g, sh fro Fort Hays'State ~'n 2.002. Currently, she ~t~emptYment specialist lor E.~ Toraorrow and is youth for the Manhattan Com ~ FOUndation Philanthropy be, a graduate received his !ical engineering of Technol- New Zealand, in as a mechanical e w Zealand before he ted States three years Lawrence-Tayles past three years he the Midwest, as- Bowersox receives production 31 at Univer- nursing degree mhattan. Michelle Bowersox, daughter of Dan and Linda Ordained in church years of preparation, Lyle Shipley will be or- dained as an Elder in the RIBS holds spring music program Randall Elementary Spring Music program was Monday evening with many in attendance. Dena Stephens directed the fifth grade band as they played eight num- bers. Between numbers, one or two students would give the reasons for selecting that specific numberor would give historical data about the com- poser. Leta Sills directed the vocal part of the patriotic program "God Bless America." To begin, the student body sang one song, led the Pledge of Alle- giance and the students and audience sang "The star Spangled Banner." Each grade performed two songs alone and one number with Iwo grades singing. Action and square dancing added interest to the program and it was obvious the students were enjoy- ing the action. At one point they asked' all veterans to stand and dedicated a number to them. All students gathered on the stage for the finale of'fwo patriotic songs and 21osed with the audience joining in singing "God Bless America." Bowersox, m p or i a, McDill presents- E former Man- kato residents, lesson at is one of 48"I have seen the Lord" was the baccalaureate focus of the lesson, presented by Janis nurse gradu-McDill, when Lutheran Women of ares of the ELCA met May 7. United Moth- W a s h b u r n Jeanie Blair gave the 'devotions. odist Chqrch University Verla Houser led us in the Purpose May 28 a( St. School ofStatement. FarylLangeretmrtedsend- Luke's United Nursing who will be honored during a ing greeting card fronts to SL Judes, Kevin Saunders, formerly of Downs, and now a wheelchair athlete and motivational speaker, will be in Mankato for the Mankato Junior-Senior High Athletic banquet and program Tuesday. He will speak in the afternoon as well as at the evening event,, McNichols honored with birthday event Everything came up roses Saturday afternoon when the children and grand- children of Winnie McNichols hon- ored her with birthday open house at the Nonhbranch Friends Church an- nex. Roses being the motif, them were Seniors get county info Memberl of the Strategic Plan Ac- tion Committee distributed promo- tional folders to high school g~duates in Jeweli County. Purpose of the folders is to show opportunities for returning to, or stay- ing in Jewell County. In other business, the group dis- rose bouquets, Winnie wore a rose cussed wind power and sunflower pro- corsage, there were roses on the cake, cessing. Jim Dooley conducted the the tables were spread with rose design meeting. cloths and the plates and napkins also bore rose designs. KnELrr recol~Mzed as Family members present were Governor'---s Scholar Doug and Diann McNichols, Hilary, Kelsey and Rissa, Concordia; Marcia At the invitation of Governor and Dave Robertson, Leigh and Maggie, North Carolina; Paul and Kathy Chapmani" Claire and Peter, Wichita; and Kelly and Becky McNichols, Callum and Gracie, Burr Oak. Out of town guests were Mira Johnson, Lindsborg; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Benjord and David Smitherman, Haviland; Diana Timmons, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Brown, Salina; Mr. and' Mrs. Dennis Thompson, Be- loll; Jo Abel and Caryl Abel, Greeley, Colo.; Jane Diehl, Valley Center; Bonnie and Chip Ohmstede, Guide "Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schlaefli, Ionia; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dillon and Kim, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown, Webber; Janelle, Taylor and Connor Heir, Denver; Mary Nichols and Lorraine Frye, Winfield. 8 receive degrees Kathleen Sebelius, Joel Knarr, Jewell, attended the 20th Annual Governor's Scholars Award Pro- gramMay4in Topeka. The recog- nition cer- emony honors the top academic one percent of Kan- sas high school seniors. Scholars are selected from accredited public and private schools in the state. "I am honored to recognize our state's high school scholars, "Gover- nor Sebelius said. "Each of these stu- dents share a commitment to excel- lence and are the future leaders of our communities." This program is coordinated for the Governor by the Confidence in Kansas Methodist recognition ceremony Saturday at CampbelllabelstoNavajolndianMis- from Kansas State Public Education Task Force. It is Names of eight Jewell County stu- funded by donations from the Kansas Church in White Concert Hall on the WU cam- sion cancelled postage stamps to re- dentsarclistedascandidates/brgradu- BankersAssociationandotherprivate O k I a h o m a pus. hab a program for Veterans and a pack- ation from Kansas State University, sector businesses in Kansas. Cily as part of The School of Nursing commence- age of Best Choice labels. Methodist An-merit is at 9:30 a.m. the same day in Brenda Enyeart donated towels to tO i Manhattan. " Lee Arena, Petro Allied Health Con- the church kitchen on which Terry Those from Mankato receivingde- Johnson returns from Arablan Gulf from Esbon, be- ter. Melby had embroidered church sym- A 1974 Downs High Scht)l gradu- He also worked with the Academy- greeSbusinessare Christopheradministration;Dauner, son ofDebra K. and Gust E. SamuelsonNavy Airman Sloven J. Johnson, :faithfullyserv- While at Washburn, she was a mem- bols. Thrift Shop workers tbr April ate whLel hair athlete and motiva Award winning dirccmr OfivcrStone ffUnionChapel, ber of Student Nurses of Washburn. wereVerlaHouser, FarylLange,Helen tional speaker, Kevin Saunders, will and actor Foe Crmse in"Born on the Huntsinger, B.S. in agriculture; Kevin Courtland, recently returned from his 1 answering theShe is a member of Eta Kappa Chap- Ahlman and Doris Ann Kennedy. speak at the Mankato Junior-Senior Fourth Of July." LindsayLawrenCe'smith,assciateB.S. inffamilytechnlgY;studies depl0ymentmore than 100t theconsecutiveArabian GUlfdaysafterin served lbroneyear ter-at-LargeofSigmaThetaTaulnter- VerlaHouser, BarbaraThomas, and High Athlete banquet and program . He has done I!undreds o! pronto- and human services; and Michelle support of Operations Enduring Free- e Cawker City and national Honor Society of Nursing. Janelle Greene attended Ihc Northern Tuesday May 20 at 6 p m at the corn- uonm commerclms mr nealtla and m- Deibert, bachelor of science, dom and Iraqi Freedom while assigned lethodistChurches.Michelle was. a graduate of Man- Lights Cluster meeting at the Scandia mons area at the high school, nes~.acrossthe,~a!~on: ... Rachel Schwerman, Jewell, re- totheaircraftcarrierUSS Kitty Hawk, L~s, Wile, Pennie, and kato High School. LutheranChurch. Greeneisnew Clus- The booster club is sponsoring the .. ~unng tl~e j vvus t~e r,, 5,tare ceived a B.S. in business administra- forward deployed toYokosuka, Japan. :andBrittany, moved " tercoordinator. Money showerinvita- event and each family is requested to umversfly team !ne,DI.g- lion. Johnson s ship launched more than begin his seminary -,,,,r~ . =,, .~ lions for up coming weddings are be- brine two dishes for the potluck sup- gestturnarouno m college motbau ms- ,- - - ( Burr Oak graduates are Scott 3,000 sorties and expended 900,000 ipsTheologicalSemi_ lvlanKato weatner ingsentoutforLandonMcDillandthe per. The table service and bread will tory. In 1993CoachB)llSnyderestab- Boyles, master of science, and Joshua pounds ofordnan(;e in support of Op- a., in Aug., 1996. He Bill Wood, observer bride-elect Amy Zadina, and Donovan be furnished lished the' Kevin Saunders NeverGIve ,ervetheAline United Tuesday May 6 59 44 Walton and his bride-elect Monied The program is at 7 p.m. in the little Up Award",wh!ch is be, stowed upon Frasier, associate of technology, oration Iraqi Freedom. Commencement ceremonies were Johnson joined the Navy in Mar. h as a student pastor. Thursday May 8 68 50 TheAnnualConventionoltheCen- Wheelchair Athlete, was injured in a age,andtenacay m purser ot team May 10, 16and 17. 2001. uated from Phimll~Pe: Wednes/lay, May7 70 40 Cornwell. . Hybrid onearad ainary m Dece . Friday i~,iay 9 na 43 tra|StatesSynodisinAtchisononAug. 1981 grain elevator exploskm which goes. vor the past tie.cane aaunders ,ter s of D vinity de- Saturda; May 10 52 52 1-3. Th}s years theme is"Listen God is completely desm,yed the building he served, as the team mpt~vator. , ,. nmissioned asaPro_ Sunday,~'iay 11 68 40 Calling'. was in and left 10 coworkers dead. rteoecameparto[}mrnauon sms- e t the 2000 Oklahoma i 'ioisture for week I 62., nale, Concordia, and May love gift to kcn back, collapsed lungs and massive s.on wlth.adlsabd!tyevc~'aPP(]|g'tC~ctz~ , m (Five beds-170 colors) re. Hecontinuesserv- Monday May 12 76 43 April love gift will be given to Eli Suffcrmg from a fractured skull, bro- tory books by beconnng tl~e first pcr- edMethodistChurch " Tyler Dunstan. " internal and external injuries, doctors the vrestocnt s vouncn on t'aysl s'fid he would not survive Fitness and Sports , workingalongs,de I _ Viewers Welcome.tit attendance and mem- Jeanie Blair was hostess. " Adcordinztoinf ,rmafion provided, Chairman Arnold Schwarzenegger to /7 Monday-Friday: 5 to 8 p.m. Christian Gleaners meet "Through tai'/h courage, perseverance educate the American people !m achmv- qends are invited to tTheChristianChurchGleanersmet -- and determination from deep within, !ngand n)aintaininghealthylffe.-sty!es. 1~1 Saturday-Sunday: 8a.m. to 8 p.rn. Ma 5 w~th nee m attendance '.Ion service at7p m AnY acknowledgment" " " was'''recelved" " Food commodities distributed he climbed heights no one ever imag- ~e was meo.n.ly_..p.erso~feappomlea ny ] Sunday, May 18: after 5p,m. . Y "" " . ". " Government Food Commodity dis- . os'" e" t'rcs~dent 15111 t.:lmton 1" Ill . d., I ATTENTION ][ ~--We are rend 0 OU I W ,nedp ,slbl . - . " i~-f for the OCCK, Inc. contr, buuon, tributionwillbeinthe followingmwns Saunders rebuilt his broken body . Saunders w ll speak to Mank.ato (Will sell rhizomes:2) Audre Hamdton thanked every laer gets y ' . - at the designated locations mad times, and went tothree Olympic Games He elementary cnimren at t p.m, and agement brought to the salad supper. A solici- 29 -9 t,~'in n ~n"'''''';'~ ......... : ...... : I~r;~' ~erMoteI,Mankato, is tation was' read from the Junior MiSSll -"-'C"ewe'"-'"'i~'partments" lnursoay ..... May Wheelchair Athlete" in the world, at 2:45 p.m. '" al~e J~hte~'~ management of Justin ' " " conmbute L~"~ J"... v-essna, formerly of "Jerry Schaefer'- play ed a tape of''tne. Thaddlf yoUHinkle,have anYMankatoqUestiOnSChristianCOntact ~'rnana , . trto sin m at Ion term care recently gers of the 29 umt " "g'g g Church,378-3707orDanDaniels.Jcw- 122E. Noflh, Marlkato, Kan. 785-378-3850 for devotions and program I ~ ~t~oes! edge of Mankato is ' el Christian Church, 428-3657. "~V (Seven blocks n0rlh on Commercial and,! ,1/4 blocks east on Norlh) o Uorporate , , , .... ~.~:,~-~'~" mOVed to Mankato 'ive atthemotel, ' MID fST HEARING AIDS ~i~i~erlymanagedrestauran s JEWELL COUNTY RESIDENTS! I 7 E "",'on mrward to their new [The Jewell County Solid Waste Committee meeting will be held on | "" "eW home. /Wednesday, May 28 at 7 p.m, /t IDWEST HEARING AIDS. "SINEE 1948" [ at the Transfer Station. i [ 'sic with Kristi ,departmentthatat eastone representative trom each twn will attenO" The statel' O-~i~11 :ATULATIONS l] or high league [of the Solid Waste Department will be discussed, lf you,re no! currently a memb, erl] D IGITAL HEARING INSTRUMENTS ,t White Rock. /and would ike to become one please contact Jim Vaugnan at the/ransrerH 'eiter,'ell andl trum-their ,|Statin" These annual meet ngs are required by state. . , It , ' To all Seniors in the Area /I W" 0RRY FREE WARRANTY , clarinet solo. ~ I( arid especially to our (I :ato, advanced i.,w~. Mankaro Summe Dance Wo ,sbop " atrumpetsolo. ~::~1~" Beginning Tuesday, June 10 ]I senior employee, /I XCEPTIONAL STAFF- LICENSED AUDIOLOGISTS Baby Bal mna- This elass will introduce young dancers to movement by using 8 ERVICE -ABOVE AND BEYOND SChool creat,ve play songs and movement games. For ages 3"4. T ESTING IS ALWAYS FREE D#I3'IC~ ~ [ - This class is a combination of classical ballet, tap techniques and than Baby Ballerina. For ages 5-9. *' Dance. .Iv(IX - This class will cover classical ballet, including terms and body positions and will introduce students to more advanced tap and jazz combination. For ages 10-13. aa may 25 Theselasse, will be held for a fiveweek session starting Tuesday, dune 10 and ending with aperformance at the Jewell County Threshing Bee. Classes ; P.m. w,~ be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings. .~ For questions, or to enroll call: --'lib Church Annex Sasha Roe at 785-378-3408 or Jenna Bleecker at 785-378-3855 Ionia, Kan. Mankato Summer Dance Worksh' 1 225 West Webster, Mankato, Kan., 669 Pr~'cleclJ!j~ce ~nd drink rag!.:.Ciao! , ~ auten studentsl HOST FAMIUES AI~ NEEDED for eogedy-owoiling ERDT/ ..~&~ 9~re Shorel exchonge stunts orrtving in August..,..f you coil NOW' /" Germany * Mexico Brazil South America Asia Europe //G They have insurance, spending money, a culture to SHARE!. :t.-vip ~nd e ,original Jun le (316)262-4900 Of 1-800,-29~'ERDT Of e-moil: kathyallener~ 1~97,.cm. " 10S er,,fl ecl, Mow g li (voice' g I * Non-Profit E_~jCalio~ Rellource Development Trust Since 1 74 of ho ) gets restless in I tO ,b:T and deidesto[ :alth insurance for individuals, families and the self- ' ",,,u S air " ] r an' atd of the b 0 Or ing ar't,, als Mowgli is employed at AFFORDABLE rates he ri.h. h. As tt [ -', s , uund Wit Insurances underwritten by to be, as J The MEGA Life and Health Insurance Company. out for re- ]. " C C Shea, Insurance Agent . 6~ 785-335-2020 (Ask for Vicky!) |