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/- learn Of Society Gleaners learned about Society when Dale Mankato, a Gideon mem- a recent meeting. told about the various are used and how in memory of, of various events. of the group voted to Gideons. Lange reported she had a new oven that would fit written vote was taken and ;of the oven was approved. giving a gift to cholarship. program with "Who says God ,sterious ways and a John 3:16." hostess. ' " food in county 2ommodi- listributed in Mankato next ' 23 from 9 to 10 a.m at Guard Armory. will be distrib- income families in the Apartments at 1 p.m. include peanut butter, plums, raisins, potato sauce, tomato sauce, riles. about qualifications, Jewell. The maxi- income is $905 for a one person. Add $315 family member. al Union is in Jewell distribution. UMW group homes the lesson, "To when Jewell .Trinity y. members assisted with ii- of home life in vail- Scripture and a the lesson. co-president, con- eeting. She welcomed A bazaar report Anderson, trea- on Action Alert and a given to Willis, Sally ;trom for a pup- were read. shared a letter in Zimbawbwa-- for a Mission / at Pleas- 15 was issued. .meetings for the next three tn at 8:30. The mission more on Epworth Vii- , James. She tys there. My Children. a book list, was noted by ad a short chap- reading appetites. from Cambodian mission- form the Prayer Calen- to be ;day. Prayer concerns Several Happenings to volunteer bake sale June 1 to of Robert Swank and in the Son" on June ion for Pastor Terry 14 at the Bicentennial Lm. Distilct Mission May 29. A donation for METour. was hostess IIIII Friendship Meals ii i May 20 through May 24 Monday: Hamburger gravy, biscuit, peas, spicy oatmeal cookie, grapefruit and oranges. Tuesday: Cooks variety meat, creamed potatoes, corn, wheat roll, strawberry rhubarb gelatin. Wednesday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, wheat roll, ice cream. Thursday: Sausage egg bake, hashbrowns, ambrosia, cinnamon roll. Friday: Roast turkey and gravy, dressing, baked sweet potato, stewed tomatoes, wheat bread,, brownie. Meals delivered by Rebecca Circle. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Jewell FFA members qualify for nationals Members of Jewell FFA recently participated in state FFA contests at Kansas State University. The team of Joel Knarr, Hank Kummer and Scott Dooley placed first in agricultural technology management which qualified them for national com- petition in Louisville, Ky., in October. In individual scoring, Dooley placed fifth, Kummer, 12th and Joel Knarr, 17. Sarah Birdsell, Tracy Bohnert and Jacob Greene competed in the agronomy contest where Birdsell placed fifth. Jacob Greene, Mitch Matter, Caleb Ramsey, and Justen Angleton competed in the meats judg- ing contest. Belolt hosts FCE recognition day Entertainment by musicians from Beloit schools, information about grandmother's flower garden and mak- ing "tussie mussies" were highlights of the Family and Community Educa- tion Area Recognition Day recently in Beloit. A total of 75 members heard a girls vocal group from Beloit High School and a" Beioit Junior High string en- semble perform several numbers. The importance and significance of growing flowers by early pioneer women on the Great Plains was re- vealed by Kansas Hum'anities Council speaker Joyce Sullentrop. Her presen- tation included a slide show showing how flowers and plants were often included in early-day family portraits. Historical information about"tussle mussies," miniature flower bouquets, was presented by Elsie Driscoll and Kathy Lupfer-Nielsen. They explained the "message" certain flowers send to the recipients and demonstrated mak- ing the bouquets. , Hosts for the event were Mitchell and Lincoln County FCE,members. Carolyn Myers, Mitchell County FCE president, welcomed the group and was assisted by Leah Hewitt in pre- senting an inspirational version of the Pledge of Allegiance. Recognized with 50-year FCE membership certificates were Nola Bess Atwood. Jewell County; Joyce Blecha, Mildred Blecha, Donna Erickson and Huena Derowitsch, Re- public County; and Bernice Obermueller, Lincoln County. Grace Fiala, Republic County, received a cer- tificate for 55 years of membership. Cloud County, hosts for next year, presented an invitation in the form of a skit for the April 24 event. Attending from Jewell County were Clarabelle Behrends, Irene Brainard, Ruth Hobelman, Doris Worm, Bonnie Langer. Velda Dahl, Pat Wright, Nola Bess Atwood, Barb Rannebeck, Phyllis Smith, Ruth Ann Fleming, Ivah Hoard, Velma Garman. Betty Andreasen and extension  Deanna Sweat. BER YOUR GRADUATE Russell Stover Candy Colognes and Perfumes Graduation Cards Republic UMW May breakfast Approximately 35 guests attended the United Methodist' s Women's May Breakfast May 2. The tables were adorned with mementos of the rural one room schools; apples, crayons; miniature school houses etc. Apple name tags were pinned on each guest signing in. The welcome was given by Mary Agnes Johnson. The prayer by Pastor Joyce Beam and devotions by Bonnie Elliott. Following the breakfast the pro- gram presented was a skit on school days with Anita Cline as teacher and three industrious pupils, Betty (May) Bouray, Betty Evert and Marilynn Birrell. Their school day consisted of math, reading, spelling, history and songs. The school room was equipped with flag, bell, books, water pail, tin cups and even a dunce stool in the comer. Three former teachers, Sybil Rahe, Mac Sandell and Virginia Petersen shared their experiences of teaching in rural school with input from other guests who had also taught rural schools. Favors were magnets of a replica of the one room school and 1872 and 1915 rules for teachers were included in the program booklet. Endowment group gives scholarships The Mankato Endowment Asso- ciation awarded a total of $11,200 in scholarships at the Mankato High School Class Day program recently. During the past 25 years there have bee .1 memorials and private funds do- nated to the Mankato Endowment As- sociation for scholarships. Recipients of this year's scholar- ships are listed: Mankato Senior Scholarship of $200 each to Jennifer Anderson, Car- fie Behrends, Janel Bowersox, Mel- issa Hulbert and Michael Winkler. Thomas K. Ward Memorial of $750 each to Shane Britt, Katie Pumphrey and Alan Peters; $450 each to Benn Blackmore, Scott Boyles, CaraMurray, Ryan Schwerman and Cole Taylor. Curtis Claycamp Scholarship of $400 to Lance Winslow. Rachel M. Dodd Memorial or $500 to Kimberly Stallings. Loide and Roena Nelson Memorial of $350 to Abigail est. Jane Snyder Memorial of $300 to Lance Winslow. Rosalie Menhusen Scholar- ship of $500 to Megan Thomas. Maxine Dempsey Scholarship of $500 to Lance Winslow. Carrel Collins Memorial of $I00 to Shane Britt. Mankato Professional Pharmacy, three renewals totaling $750. Bob and Dor- othy Standerwick Memorial of $1,000 tb Lance Winslow. W.J. Baird Memo- rial (Formoso Alumni) of$100 to Alan Gusik. Brandi Peterson Memorial of $250 each to Shane Biltt and Amanda Zadina. Elvira and Don White Schol- arship of $100 each to Armeshia Bartholomew, Nick Becker and ChrissieMurray. SliteExchange Bank Scholarships of $250 each to Janel Bowersox, Russell Dunstan, Jamie Harvey, Scott Miller and Abigail est. Mankato City utility repot Connects: Cheryl A. Nevins 307 N. Center; William H, Bingham, 315 E. Main. Disconnects: Cheryl Nevins, 716 N. West No. 3. 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 allde- signed to help children succeed. We also have services to meet the needs of children with dis- Correction Abby Osts' parents were incorrectly identified in the Montrose Alumni Scholarship recipient announcement in last week's paper. Her parents are Larry and Ronda est. Watson initiated in Phi Beta Kappa Hilary Watson, Formoso a senior in modem languages at Kansas State University, was recently initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest honor society. Watson was among 43 students to be initiated. Young matrons meet for lunch Young Matrons Club met for lunch at a cafe in Mankato with Jacqueline Boyles as hostess. Those present were: Barbara White, Rosie Wilson, Glennadean Terrili, Ferne Harris, Bernice Harris, Edythe Francis, Marcelle Ost, Madelyn McMains, and Wanda Howard. Virginia Johnson, Central City, and Gloria Schalefli were guests. Alma Garman was unable to attend. The meeting closed by all singing "Happy Birthday" to Jacqueline. Local students get degrees at K-State More than 2,500 students are can- didates for graduation from Kansas State University this spring with the 135th class. Commencement ceremonies began Sunday and continue Friday and Sat- urday for vario.us departments. Locals graduating are listed: Formoso: Hilary Watson, bachelor of arts; Mankato: Shawna Dempsey, bachelor of science, business adminis- tration; Aaron Skudlarek, bachelor of science, business administration. White Rock: Elliott Harris, bach- elor of science, biological and agricul- tural engineering. Mankato: Jennifer Harris, associ- ate of technology; Alexandra Dianne Keith, bachelor of science. Cawker City: Cheryl Slipke master of accountancy; Jennifer Wilson, bach- elor of science, business administra- tion; Lindsay Koster, bachelor of sci- ence, business administration. Glen Elder: Lindsay Miller, bach- elor of arts; Shauna Porter, master of science; Jerod Waggoner, bachelor of science; Doug Winkei, bachelor of sci- ence, computer engineering. Courtland: Trevor Burgess, bach- elor of science. Scandia: Kade GliB, bachelor of science; Lisa Melby, bach- elor of scielace; Tara Raney, bachelor of science; Brenda Morgan, bachelor of science, agriculture. Superior: Scott James Sullivan, doctor of veterinary medicine. Students graduate at Hutchinson Several students from the area re- cently completed a graduation degree and-or receiveda certificateofcomple- tion of requirements from Hutchinson Community College. Students are Jennifer Gasper, Cawker City; Renae Mayhew, Ryan Schwerman and Cole Taylor. all from Jewell; Cart Murray, Mankato; and Jerrod Carlgren, Scandia. Jim Ilone'e Ip:um--OUN OHOP New and Used Guns Cleaning and Repair Olive Hill Road II Thursday. May 16, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Elliott receives scholarship Nutrition group meets Chase Ellitt, Republic, is the re- cipient of a Charles N. Tuley Founda- tion Scholarship from Cloud County Community. College for the 2002-2003 academic year. Chase is a 2002 gradu- ate of Belleville High School. He is the son of Jim and Diane Elliott and plans to major in radiology technology. Abrams meet for annual family event The Abrams family members gath- ered recently for the annual picnic. A total of 59 were present for food and visiting. Katherine Hanson, 87, was the old- est person attending. Colin and Carly Budke, 3, were the youngest. Karen and Jerry Boldra traveled the furthest from Valley Falls. A moment of silence was observed for five family members who died this year: Dorthea Dyas, Leo Abram, Grace Huggins, Vernon Reling and Velva Riley. Present from Beloit were Bernice Reames, Louise Nelson, Francis, Nancy and Darcel Gronewoller, Start and Juanita Whitlow, Jim, Betty and Taner Litton, Charley and Kathy File, Martha Schmitt, Dave, Jami, Mitch and Amanda Erwin, John Maxwell, Tom and Mary Maxwell, Joe, Donna, Amber, Alyssa and Garett Schmitt, Janell, Colin and Carly Budke, Dan, Jenni, Nick and Jake Reling, who were the hosts this year. Attending from Mankato were Arnold and Pauline Reiter and Lee and Mary Robbins; from Randall, Mike, Jill and Caleb Ramsey, and Doris Abram. Others present were Dick and Marilyn Robbins, Silver Lake; Velma McConkey, Abilene; Mark and Barb Hartness, Andover; Karen and Jerry Boldra, Valley Falls; Katherine Hanson, Berryton; Dianna Coad, Salina; Venda Reling, Cawker City; Stan Abram, Deb, Wade, Ashton, Ali and Lane Wilson, Gene and June Butts and Cecilia Reiter, all from Jewell. Eakins graduates Danita M. Eakins is a graduate of the practical nursing level of the program co-sponsored by North Cen- tral Kansas Technical Col- lege andCloud i County Com-   munity Col- .... lege. Eakins is a member of the 33rd class to complete the practical nursing program. Graduation exercises are tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 at United Method- ist Chufetr, Beloit. Eakiti is the datighter of Dan and Sandra France, Burr Oak. Her hus- band is Jeff Eakins, Concordia. Her children are Lindsey, Katie and Leab. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Bay -- Sell -- Trade Open by appolnnent or chance 785"428-3337 Visit US on the web www.davesgunshop.net i i , A sincere'Thanks" to our friends and family who made ] our May 8th Birthday a special day. We enjoyed each visit and cards. We appreciated the pretty songs pla'yed by Doffs Kitts and the help of Virginia Alexander and Lori Slate. It was a beautiful day that will be treasured in our hearts. Thanks to all! II .. Wilford Clark and Roland Louder !1 New Items Arriving Daily abilities. Please contact the .... center for more information or Professional ,Pharmacy to arrange a timeto complze " Clay mmercia, Mankato r Kan. 669.= 9'o785-378-3183 an apph, catton. 78?.378.33 : c am p JOHN AND E RMA D ILLION  1[ d Needs fttll-time or part-time hdp. " , INVITE YOU TO CELEBRATE THEIR -  _ - I, Call between hours of 6-8  or 6-10 p.m. / 5OTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  I I '  83 - / 785-37 918 PROGRAM AT 3 P.M. I I et i want to thank all of you who sent cards, flowers,  ''r''': N O "T H " "A N C H F" ' E a D S CHURCH  i l t glfts, vLitsandth.etelep.hn, eca]]swhjlelwasinthel ecovery. To the staff at the Jewell County Hospital = " I  C A R D S 0 N LY PLEASE "qmII I-- ,lJ" a'frmba-'c'ks'urgeryandinMankat i , . i  a,bigthank you for the care Iwas given while I was l  |II I I " I  J " " :: " tinbyour familyand friends after Ireturned  there__lVlarvin and I certain:ly appreciated the food  "l ' o.,a The Burr Oak H00gh School m hom00 ' W k c o11952 will celebrate their ,  May 26 50th Reunion Sunday. May 26 We have openings in our Long Term Care unit and Crestview Cottage Apartments. Please stop by, we will be happy to give you a tour of the facilities and answer any questions you may have. For more information please contact: Deanna Freeman 785-378-3137 I JT i Annex and Dr/nk Welcome The Jewell County Nutrition Site group met recently with John Bingham, president, opening the meeting with the Flag Salute and prayer. Present were Shirley Wood, Wiima Eaton,LaVeta Winslow, Jenica Schoonover from Area Agency on Aging, Richard Canfield, Sidney Dillinger and Donna Snyder. Bingham suggested "passing the hat" for a thank you to Shelly Guzik for helping as substitute cook this month. Wood will make a card. ' The Volunteer Appreciation Tea recently was attended by 40 guests. Wilma Eaton requested that mail addressed to Golden Years not be opened by the manager. In May Ralph will explain the key distribution for the new door locks. Schoonover reported Shirley Wichmann is working on a new lease for the building with the Golden Years There was no cooks report. The AAonA hired irene Fraiser as new cook. She has substituted for several years so is familiar with the kitchen and program. Diane Challencombe will come for a training session and will help Irene learn to order. Manager's report was presented: 524 congregate meals, 28 average; 779 in-home and home delivered, 43 aver- age; 1,334 total meals served; 74 daily average; 840 volunteer hours; 121 vol- unteers. April activities report included Abby Ost, Tiffany Jensen and Chandra Hawel performed safety program from FCCLA; AARP driving class; Cassie Ost, Autumn Loomis and Brandi Jensen played the piano; Deanna Sweat talked on nutrition; Volunteer Appreciation Tea;MelissaHulbert, ShawnaRobbins. Erica Melby and Elizabeth Wilson performed forensics Ute Theatre Mankato, Kan. May 17-19, 7:30 p.m. A pleasant animated tale that should click with small children and parents looking for a whole- some, upbeat adventure. A wooly mammoth, a saber-toothed tiger and sloth team up to rescue a human baby and return it to its parents. Rated PG I I Mankato Summer Oance Workshop Enjoy 5 weeks of fun learning to.dance! We will feature Ballet, tap, jazz, and creative movement. Children will learn to express themselves through movement, become more self-confident, and appreciate music and dance! Open to children 3-11 years of age June 10- July 15 Performance at Threshing Bee Please Call 5asha Roe (785) 378-3408 or Jenna Bleecker (785) 378-3855 Burr Oak High School The class will have a catered meal at Noon We invite friends to visit with us from 2-4 p.m. o Thank you! A special thanks to Dr. Leon and all the staff at the Jewell County Hospi- tal for all my good care. Also, thanks, for all my visitors, phone calls, flowers and cards. Thanks, again! . . .o,,. ", . I Esther Ortman I - " ',,% O_ I Name the Dog Contest Owner Bob Munroe's famous'"Critter" dog died and he will be getting 2 new Scottish Terriers. They need names so help us out. Be original: Onepup is a black male and the other is a, white or wheaten female. So we are having a contest to name the puppies. Send you names to;- Dog Contest %Critter s 107 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 The contest ends Friday, May 31 and on Saturday, June 1 we will publish the names. 1st Prize - $25 * 2nd Prize - $15 * 3rd Prize - $10 CRITTER'S 107 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3806