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dEWELL COUNTY RECORD 25 campers attend North Central Youth Camp in Jewell By Kerma Crou~ The Trinity United Methodist Church in Jewell hosted the North Central Youth Camp Fnd=y through Sunday Twenly.fivecampers paltici- paled in 1he event. Campers were fpt>m ]ewell. Mankato+ Beloit. Smith (:ea- ter, AIt, m+ DOWNS. Enlerpri.~e and Waraego. The theme of the tam p was "Seeing Eye to Eye." Campers Ieang.d about g~ling ahmg with family, [nends and Jesus. They plulicipated in [~ns. worship, smging, storytelling, crafts, games, sw i mining and ~rvic fa'ujecLs. oat se~,iee r~oj=:t w~, clean-up activities in Randall. FawN= Barrett organized the workers. As a s coml se~i~ ?mj~t. the campers I', seng'd skits to the residents of Hilltop Lodge. Onecraft was a tie-dye T-shi~. All campers wore their shirts when they [~'e-seJt ~ d ll~ii- skits at ~ :re~g lar Sun= day morning worship service at Trim ily United Methodist Chag'h. Pa.stor Jim Rice of Jewell was dean ofthecamp. Aduh leaders were Pastor Rod Rc~e, l,~nia; Mar~are! Thomas, Nurture; Carl Warner. ~wns: Kerma Croum. Becky Loomis and Mmsha F ,ricson, Jew ll. Emily Rup/x'tlJewell, was the camp nu.rse. Amy Rice and Angela Cteary. Jewell. organized anti prepared the meals. Harold and Patsy Topliffassisted a.l.~. Rod Ckary helped with mmsportation.Youth leadem were Ro]argl Cleary. Laretta Cleary, Davis Schleifez and Noah Dni ls. Jewell. and Caner Topliff, Wamego. Friendship Meals June 12-16 Momlay - mushroom hamburger steak. N ked potato, m i~ed vogel ables, fruit cup. Tuesday - chefsa|ad, crackers, fruit muffin. Mushing pears. Wednesday - beef tips in gravy. buuered noodles, vegetable blend, strawberries awl bananas. Th~usday - Polish ,gausage oa u bun, sauerkraul, pea salad, fresh fruit. Friday - Ixa-k ct,tleL mashed pola. l~eS and gravy. ~ree bean salad, apple ~x~b~hler. CCCC students complete degree requirements The fothm'mg a.nca student have completed IIg',r degree reqmrements at Cloud County Communi,y College: Brady t~pwell e~andia, as.~x=tmc of~'ier~.e: Kaley Br~.'ckelman. Keloil. a,~,qx'iat of science: Jocely~ Boh . Randall, as~t~'iate of science: Sat= Steenmm. Lehaaon. ass~:iate of ap. piled ~-i.eace. S Indents completing the degree requirements were ehgihle to partiripate in xpring Ct)l~'tmerlcL, nlenl, held May 12. C1"tI.IR] ('ontll)' ( "l=mlllnnlt ~ ('~,llege i~ tree of 26 p,hlic IwO--}eiR" t'l.Hnlql~1 nlly =lid tc"x'lttlll .-al college in Kan~,3s. CCCC'> ~rvkx- area encompasse~ a 12-county area primarily in mmh cen- Iral K an a.~ with it.-, two physical eam- pu'.~s in C~m ordia and Junclmn ('it). Students attend new student enrollmeatt event at CCCC SIl.idenls n,'w to ('],tud Coullt~, Co1111~lUlClily C, dltge off, c,aliy bet.tingle Cloud 'l'-lilrds wltet~ they enndled tor fall "~(H 7 cla,es at a I|e~ Mudellt ell- rt~llntent cx enl. I15 ildd|tl,tql 'h'~ 'llrt |]~iNg ~,|r ~.'l.z,v,e Ilte~li C'~ eitl', -~IIL. able to rUe,;1 "~lii~. Il- naiic|a] 8.Ld, complete application, I ~r on campus hour,rig, ha~ e their ,Inden~ It] pholo~, lOk lt, and I1)g' 1 ~qltcr MI.I, dents thai wdl In" new- I, ('('( "C tl u ril'l.~ lhe lal[ 2017 selne~;teL Parent, of these neu ~,'~1,1~-'E'rJl:", art able to il'~t~.'Nd a p;lP,~ll| u.rleu'[alilln ~i SiOll dtEl:[z~ tl~t el:trolh-Ilent $~.eflt to b 'x'O nle iTlore acquainted g ith the Col- lege and i1 pix~grall'O~. The Ihllo~,~g ~rea Sltldents Wel~ ~']"lU~yI JUNe 8. ~O17 Letters to the Editor Rarmoay UMC holds 1 Dear lowell Co-unty News, Thank you m much Iror your conlri- bution of time and energy to Sotomon Valley Transptmation by promoting SV'F in II~ Itv,:al paper. Your support along with otherg theTri-Ctamty Chal- lenger, was a great success. sv'r Board and Slaff 22 attend Formoso alumni reunion Furmo~ alumni and gtx~ friend, reel ill the t.-Hmmunily l~'K~m Of lhC modem Forn!.~ Firehou~ on May 27. The 22 W.a~ple allending ttwo trav- eled from a, faraway a G~ia) were ~1~ a meal of baked ,~eak. J~gly Dunn. Mankalo. furnished birllxlay cake to celebrate Wayne DuNn's birth- day. The group honored the 6t~ year cla.~ces of 56 and 57. The earliesl cla~- rel~q.--'-~ented was the Class of 45, with Rtdm~d V~orte.~, Abile.~,attending, A nuiNbtf ol mtete~titlg items were d=~,pla.~ed, including a restored pholo ot the ]t)28 aM 1929.~chc, nlyea.rshow- mg 14~I s|mlent,~, fi M grade through Iligh ,~.h,xd. which wa~ furnished by Erlna I J'-,aa .'gqt I (]zx=enwo ~d. Idaho. A turmal husine,~ iNLXetmg was held ~a iih the di,cu~ ;ion and appn~val of I'wO znlpl|llanl ZI,'NI', ()lle ~ah lhal Nnrman HvaniandChuck We.q iN wer~ de~,igRatc'd/l~dln In ix" penilal~enl ~p- ~ ~matJ~I'e~, kl interact ~llh ll~ ('loud Colmty ('ommmtit) Cldlege Fon,ld;l- finn in lllalle~ having IO do with tile Form ~,u Alumni A ;.'~a:iatiou W. J. Baird Endowed Scholorsh~p. even though it wa.~expected that no i]~.I'L'Ta.c lion v.'onld ever be require, arm tt|C matter tlt ll~.' next meeting was dis- cussed It was d,xided tha* the next meeting would be in two yearn=gain in the i'-ormo~i Firehou~ ON Memorial Day w~kend. Saturday. May 25.2019. AI thai time the f0tut~ of the associa- tion would agaiJt be di.~u~.d. The uriginal panicivams are still active in the a.s~t~ iat/on. Forux~so High Schax~l's fir~l graduating class was in I~N with three graduates and the los1 class was in 1960 with five gradumes, Daring that lirr~, more th~ 53~ sludents gradu- ated and of llm~ less th~ 60 remain won~p service Harrrmny United MelMati t Church Senday had a full ~ncttmr~. Pasl,~r Gen~ Sharp led the ~rv ice and Coralyn Kaufman was the orfanisl. Whitney Newell's aer~ws from Phillipshurg were candle lighters F~ lhe Slx'~ial, Pastor Gerry read a poem. "'In Memoriom.'" by Vernon Snider Kale and Whimey Newet[" s ;on, Naut. Kiaa, was haplize~ during the service. Many of their family members were in atten- danoe to share in this ceremony. The children's message addres.~ the meaning of Pentecost Sunday. It con- cluded with tee children rm'eiving a Chinese yoiyo a-s a way to oelebrate and give h(mor to God. The scripture reading came from Acts 2:1-21. The sermoa,"T~gues and Fi re." addre~secl speating in tONgUeS and the miracle that everyu~ understood it in their own language, We were reminded of the power of fire and emourag~ to catch the fire within us to do what's impocttmt, loin together argl mcogniz~ what a differeace we could make! Announcements incl ~ Pastor C, t~ and Rod going o annual conference June 7-9 a,gl Thrift shop duty for Har- mony Friday and Saturday. Have a blessed week! Burr Oak Community Club met Thursday Peggy Wi*sun called the June I rattling of the Burr Oak Comnumity Cluh to order at 6:.30 p.m, at ~he Burr Oak Community Center. Glenny Barnes read t~e minutes of the May 4 meeting and they were approved. Cheryl Hil[man gave the treasurer' ~ porl. stating there is a bank balance of $4 002.9 l- Expenses filr May wen= $32 for ads and $75 for ice. TMre was no income. With no old business, altention wax turned to new business. A di.~'Lc~sion ?t was held eono=mmg purchasing a PA system to be left at the community center. Cheryl Hillman moved and Mary Foley seconded t~ parch=s=. Motion carried Gleamy Barnes will check into options and report hack. Di scussion was hcldconeeming the upcoming ceteheaeion to be held at the community center rand grounds on lu ly 4, Gk-any Barnes will put an ad in the Jewel! County News for June 29 and post it on the community club page. Peggy Wilson will make p0sl Is to be pat up mOuNd town. Begirmiag at 7 gm hOl'~ogs, buns.chips, homemade icecream, cc, okies, browaiesanddnnks will be served. Cheryl Nil[man will check with Grog ManniNg and iessiea Barnes to .see if they will grilt the hot dogs '[he community club will pur- the grocerie~ for the supper and '.~01 unte ~ wi I1 ckmate io cream, ~mk- ies and brownies. A lLgt of volunteers was made to~all for ~ose/tems. Gletmy will CehUUWt each one to see tft~y will donate. At g p.m them will he a lime for families who would like to set off fireworks. At dusk, the community club fi~ewotksdisplay will begin. Walt and Peggy Wil~n a~lCli fined Gle~ny Barnes will once again be in charge of pu~:l'~ing fireworks. Peggy said the next meeting of the community club will be Sel~. 7. There was noolher business. Anending were C~ryl Hillman, Peggy Wilson, Lea~ Gain an. Mary Foley. Cli ff mad GIcRny Ba.mes, School Class of 1952 holds reunion Sixty-five years ago 20 graduating seniors from the Burr Oa.k High School stepped out into the '*~dd. umla0nt~ by whatever would lie ahead of ~em. Friday evening six of the class- mates meet al a Mankato restaurant for dinner together, Two spouses and a daeghlcr were guests. Those ia atten- dance were Bill Brown and his daugh- ter, Renee, from M~tgome~. Minn.; Wayne Warner attd wife PaL from Edmund. Okla Dewey Giltett and wi fe Donna from LeaveNworth; Wanda (Mills) Wyatt flmm Hastings; Joan (Heske Lt) Lockwood from Great Bend: and Erma (Parsons) Dillon from Nonhbranch, All enjoyable evening was spenl reliving their days hack at Burr Oak. teachers who helped shape their lives, fellow students who may have influ- enced o.ur liv ~ pranks pulled that may have stunted our lives I and the Its1 could go cat and eat! Tho,~ unab~ to aaend were: Loreen Bird. Rada Fogo. Wanda Myers and Jeanieee Monlgom- cry. Sadly missed w~ere 10 de, eased members who passed on far I~ SO0~, as rolluws: i~l~ing Gaylord Ander- son, Aug, 23.2(~O'/; Bob Siel~rt. lan. 19. 201L', Andrey Hamilton. O 1. 3L, 20 L2: Marilyn Jcffery. Nov, 27, 20|2: .g, = ,-= '~g~, Thumdsy, June 6~ ~Q,17 IllaGny, Aug, 20, 20L4; Seth Louder, ~1 7, 20t4; I~x Paul, Nov. 2, 2015: Fa~a~ Brown. Nov. 23, 2015; Betty Andreason, March26,2016; ~dL.aura McNidtols, May 3L, 2016. 'Strategic meeting #armed for June 20 in Mankato Jewell County residenls from all eommtmities are being soughl to al- tend a strategic doing meeting on Iur~ 20, from 12:3()to 2 p.m. in the Mankato Corn muaity Center meeting room. The Je~ll County granl fund ha.~ Ih op poramity to receive S4fX) ~gl for Jewcll Countyprojectso~r the next four years f~m the Dane G. Hanson Foundation TO qualify, lowell Connly must go through a com~tywid sll-attgk- &~ing process with a couple of Columunily meetings throughout this ).eat. All Jewell County organizations and non- profits are encouraged to attend, Projects identified during the.'~ meet- ings will be considered for priority status in Dane G, Hanson funding, Members of these g~ups are cn- courag~.l to attend the meeting; com- munity foundation boards and donors, chamber members, ext 'asion agenLs. sam]] busiNesS owners, ta~ business owr~rs, farmers, ranchers, producers, el~te~ officials (city and countyL cie.tgy, Librarian, school adminislra- tors. resi~nts of each community. ~;e- tired i~rsons, young raofcssionals. community I ad~ts. volunteers, r~m- profit d irectors, health officials (c~mnty healLh, hospilal, medical slafr), high ~hool students, stay at home mums. those who work fronl th.eff h~lmes, enL, prencurs or anyone who has an in|erest in the future oflewell Counlv monitors foreign ownersh/p of U,S. land If I Friday evening, May 26, 2017 six classmates met at me Buffalo Roam for Buff Oak High School Class Of lg52 Reunion They weee (standing, from ten) Bill Brown. Joan Lockwood, Dewey Gillett. (seated) Wayne Warner. Pat Warrior. Erma Dillc~ and Wancla Wyatt. ,mongth,s.:,h,eNrolledattheevcot: Ioday, ,~~ :&L~"-~.'-f~.~"~- : ~:-::~',: ; 'i'~'z"~i~:;.~ :'; :: ~,::':~':".~'"".-" lace) [.Otllhall. ]]eh>it: Madi,~m Thegrouplhank~th liredistrict, ~ .~ ~ %. ~ ,~ S~.bley. B. knl; ('any S~atfi~rd, Beloit: Ihe Cily of Focmoso. F~.)ITmI~!, Pride. ~.~ ;:~p.d, ,~,~ Za,:ha, WoMhrandl. (',mrlland: Shirley ~ Ben Fpee, The Fnrmo~, ~'~ All decorations and flowers ChanceH,*lhnan, (.'a~ ker ('flv: ].;eXle l.ihrarv. -['err)' ( /arman and Roberl Roherg, Beh, il'.Mea anOh,e'r.l. ,ha- Maulq'Llistft,ttheir.sup~,rl.['~,[hF~.~sl ,~ Cemetery Boards not in permanent containers non,; and Jlll,an"&'orm, ~'t, hl"~,r, aed p,o,ent. ~ ~" ili need to be removed by ii "~ Request that all flowers NOT in ~ i~ :,:~, Su day, June 11 permanent vases be removed by g ~ :~:~i~ Friday, June 16 ,~" ~:-~ Mt. Hope Cemetery ,~ gins and Schoenbeq;Dst Furniture & C CE L" Cabinet r,LLC Kevin & Nik/b Ost Jewell County Strategic Doing Meeting Tuesday, June 20 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Mankato Community Center Meeting Room Saturday, June 10 8 a.m - 1 p.m. Household items mens and womens clothing some furniture pieces and many miscellaneous items, VFW Post Home- Mankato, Kan. ~.:'117 Representatives of all ages and backgrounds needed from throughout the County to help secure over $400,000 in grant funding for Jewell County non- profits and muncipatities. Projects identified from this meeting wig be considered for PRIORITY status in Dane G. Hansen funding opportunities, ~, .JI Kevin, Nikki and Meili are out of schooi for the summer; therefore, the store will have new hours. We 100k forward to continuing to serve y0~ dunng our new hours. Monday - Friday 9 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m 3 p.m. Iiome Furnishings attress Sets ff Chairs 0me Accents 106 N. Commercial St Manka~, Kan. i~j~-- (78G) 378-8133 Custom Wood FumRure & Cabinetry Designed & Built /n-House THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B * Individuals who are not Lawfully admilted to the United States fnr per- nlancnt res~ or who ~ DOL pa- ruled into the Unit