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Thursday, Ju y 18, 2013THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Underwood attends prizewinner for the book' s cover photo is Ruth Bombardier of Concordia. space science camp , ............ Hometown Memories is a North Sam Underwood, Mankato, son of .. :: - . : Carolina company that is dedicated to Ervin and Kristin Underwood, gradu- ; ...... providing books that preservethe spirit, ated from theCamp KAOS Mars Acad- character and memory of a time that emy program June 30 at the Kansas : ....... .......... will never be seen again. The people Cosmosphere and Space Center. Sam !.. : ........ ....... who appear in them are from all walks will be in entering sixth grade at Rock of life. Their experiences are so un- Hills Elementary this fall. " ......... usual and varied that it is impossible to Mars Academy is a three-day over- " ...... categorize them. night camp for students entering sixth Firemen called to and seventh grades. TheMarsAcademy Esbon hay field fire program engages . Saturday evening around 7 p.m. the students i thechal- Esbon Volunteer Fire Department were lenges of exploring called to a fire three miles south and the planet. Mars, one-half west of Esbon. Jim Peroutek while emphasizing had a baler bearing get hot and caught teamwork and the grass on fire. Peroutek saved the problem solving in Rogers-Reiter engagement baler. Lost were four large bales of a science, teclmol .......... hay. pay, engineering, and math-based ~ Couple plan July 27 Jewell Co. receives learning environment. As part of the weddill nt IkAto . . program, Mars Academy camperslearn --.. ..... -- l rmmslon xor the geology, climate and environmen- elm ana busan Kogers, bupenor, ........ ~. ..... ~ .... I,--,,4.,,~ tal condmons that exist on the Red along wun Koger ana Angena elter, Jum a-i aa $ darts vh,,, am,' rs launch rockets ,uide Jewe!l, would like to .announc'e.the Emer e--ncv Havin and Grazing of a r"ogra nm r'd robot around oh- engagement ann upcoming mamage .... ............. c,nv r en a--roved in static course and create a custom de- otthetrclUldren,~araKo ersanauavla "~ ....... b ...... rr ..... g t~,~u ~,,~ ,~,~,.ti~,~ hdv I~ A slgned mlsslon patch. Campers also Relter, Mar~ato. -..........~ .......... ~ =~" , ............. a .... ;""^" "-To-'ell Count" is that tour the Cosmosphere s Hall of Space I n== W~aam Will De held""" at u~L~==.a.,-u.,v,o,,- : - -.----. 6 .... " " az- Museum and attend educatmnal pre- th, V ""'qlC-1 Lutheran Church for 2013 emergency haying and gr ....... . , . ~",~'~ ," "='~'" " " ' irto aotiwlti~.c tuill b ~ll,",wod ,m acre- sematlons in me t=osmospnere s Jus- Marmato. a~;be ~;wg~ ."tihz'~d"ior"ha--vm~ and tice Planetarium, Dr. Goddard's Lab, T---- --11 ,,.all1 r zingin2-61ior2012. The producer and the Carey Digital D. ?me .Theater; O~~ll WUat ~,a~ ~ "~,~' may utilize the same acreage if they so i ne camp culminates wire a slmulateo yearsClnnldi eSll[ T I"A= . meetmg Fnday'__ July'JulY26, at25the I,,ll,,[ch'se'Saturday,, .A ,25 percent f-,', reduc tion,. Tr. x Tin Tthe,Jill l llrbotiCSaturdayOurrT,missingoal f. 2rf. (.. T;, requiringto,july'r~theeaCh, l..,q,~,teamt_ WE'LLsaturayl0SEEamYOUto4 p mTHERE!I Y I l satord, 10am to, mi" sale of..' the.. a.m. ,i[i Government commodities.will be toa~ntl~ealreenatalePh?m~notw~Lb~eda,pplied me~si~nr:cca:~sume a cnncal rle ior of theArchieThmpSnpresent servicebaCktcamera'station, st~adies the~eve~ingmachin~astheypreparet~sm~than~th~rbatcho~cem~ntforth~n~wdi~se~fu~ingstati~nw~st~ ,~ _ _ . . .. distributed to low income families at I .... ,s ha " - allowed on ........ the Jewell rorzul~, y glsnot m lnursaay, ~uly z~, at P" ". . caP established with a practice of Randall Co-op adds ,~,,,,.,~, mQ~l~,4-~ce Human Services, Office of Commu- r~ .... ~.-. T~___a meeting at the CIoudCounty .Co.un- " - 8 .a~,aa~.,,~,,~ ~Ao~.a.a= .it,,, q,=rvi,-,,= thrnuoh the Federal Low ~.,~uaaey i;~Oil.Ilgt house with Judge Cudney and other Apartments... . CP25 During 2012 CP25 acreage was .... : ......... ......... Commodmeswdlmcludeneaches, " +--,^b.,.t;,,,T^----*=---- program helping Income nome Energy Assistance Pro- reviews preliminary counttes m. the 12th J.udlcml DIs ct - " fru'" 'uice mi ecifruit released but for 2013 it has not been tat u ,a au a la aut ttaUt, t ... - "--am ..... --" t:ourt to mscuss eourmousc sectmty. Deelstew, grape ltJ , ........... n with fruit released. Randall Co-op is pouring a large ][ lllSl[ l stay cool . s, ' budget draft Sheriff Jonas McEntire and County- ngnt red raaney ueans, me g "nut mix area of cement in preparation for a new Kansans with low income willhave E ension progi'ant .......... Attorney Darrell Miller also attended ana . ...... = .......,,, ....... diesel fueling site west of the Randall Jeweu ounty t:ommlsstoners met Commodities wiu oe gwen to mose l. VCWt ll .IlIluill .... o,o,,,, ,n,;o; ........ ,,,m a little extra help paying their utility .--..tTt t ..... -t _._.. . ,, the 12th Judicial District Court m t- who meet income guidelines on a first __ __t .... ........................ v ................ Income Ener-y Assistance Program x-_ _ .... __ t=nrls retet, custoolan, olscussea ' ........ m lltU. scmpgure enable semi-trailer trucks and big trac- bills this summer, thanks to the LOw wa.u M.n.n.aa.Y" .. ....... int. - - come, ItrSt serve oasis. I ne maxlmu ......... tars to be filled without blocking the "LIEAP" g ][~t~11~ ~l, ll~llt~ several issues. ' ' " .. monthly income a person can nave ana contest IS unaav .... "'" is "I 180 for a household ~.r street or highway. Johnny Walker Con- ~ "The)summer heat can take a dan Portions of the Post Rock District Carla Waugh reviewed wlth the I . " ; [ Still quanly a , . ...... The 18th annual sand castle sculp: struction prepared the site by tearing serous toll on our most vulnerable have received needed rains for grass commissioners the preliminary draft [ Office Supplies I ture contest at Lovewell State Park out a sidewalk and grading the area. o ulations " said DCF Secretary production through the beginning of of the 2014 budget that was prepared I a .... t^, m,hn hl n-ea I family member. . .... will be Sunday lathe Southwinds Beach The third section of cement was PhP pIlls" Gilmore' ' stud "This" extra assts" ~ this summer However, is the drought by the auditor. , ,,--v~14 Third "'t=S - ..... - ' If you have questions Call raster area of the park. being poured Monday with several of Y " " arts afefrom really over in those areasg There is still JoelElkins, generalsuperintendent, [ _ .~ I~. ==,~,^ . [ tance will help keep Kans s " . uperlor * Cuz-otu-a,=u~ Dan Daniels. Teams consisting of up to five the co-op employees assisting the con- ,, a great percentage of the dlstrlct that ]s presented a waterhne agreement for I uperlor* extreme heat ...... rs a f people may register at the state park tractors. LIEAP provides an annual benefit drought stricken ~lnd ruunmg out of Bob Tlpton.The commlssmne p- , - . r. _. -.- Mankato Senior omce from 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday. ... ..... tnhelnnualifvin householdsnavwin- grassforsummergrazing.Thosefarm- proved plans to bore under the road [ " [- . - Sand castles and sculptures will be wagonaa l.noJ.all. -:2"t.~.G?Z='f..~C-%=.-f..-..--~;.-,.G;o~.t.a: ing in the drou2ht areas are invited to locatedwesiofthedriveat2556Birch I ritlW[lg ! Center News judged at 2 p.m. and prizes will be !~1" *h;a weekend ties, older adults and families with jam K-State Research and Extension Koaa. i .... , - t B" Amanda Framnus awarded to the top three entries. = ....... children are the primary groups as- for .the program, "Getting Your Cow- The commissioners discussed.road I Part, re [ea l _q t Her" we are o"oin an~'~ .... t. Those not competing in the contest The third annual Wakonda Indian sisted In the winter of 2013, nearly herd through the urought. concems, tzmins reported on mmnte- [ - . . y" [ flew bvust We ar=~iust hann~l'~ chu'%~" are invited to the beach to view the Festival is scheduled for Saturday and "in- alan'~ l"nkin~ ,~,=,r~+, ~'~- entries. A vehicle permit is required. Sunday, from 10a.m.to5 p.m.onboth 48,~ households received an aver- Topics wil! inc!ude; fee(ling .the nan ce and pe~onne/.- ..... I Pasture tree rearing . ,I. w ........ ,..,. age benefit of $386 COwherd, wnemer it ue supp ementa- t:ommlssloners revleweu cnang i , - events ahead, The Council on Aging arY wTh:ce nti Sa;eld at the Osage This year, funding is available to lion on pasture, confinement feeding, proposed for the Jewell County Per- I ? Post hole drilling I will meet today (Thursday) at the se- . ' " "v " nr.vtd .... ddthnnal h~n~flt tn thn~ orimproving low quality forages Early sonnel Policy and asked Carla Waugh I ~. . = - .. - . .I nior center We will h .... "lff.,~,,,.1,.,l~.~ ]~Al',,~lo Denms Rogers, Na ajo, nataonally v..._i ....... Li ................. . ~ - "' ....... emwiththecoun"" I * General clirt or lot work I ost a uolaen I-'J:J. J.LUDXIXid XVXt= LXO ..... ntertainer and educator and households for energy costs This is weaning ana creep reeaing calves tomscusssomeo m ty I . I .L ......... nnt a nova annlloatlnn nericut" l-.long~- willalsobediscussed, alongwithman- attorney. . .... ,. I * Snow removal h;o o ;= ..... ....... h,,~ao th.t .~i;,=a ..a ~'-~";V"~ * hm- aging cattle health through early wean- The meeting was aajournea at 11 .~u [ I ManKato ~enior Lenter. jmy Z~" .el. ,...1... ;.,-, ,~ .4 a=,~,motratin,, h,,,,., " " enblend ..... ........... s .... v .... ingprogramsandconfinementfeeding am at which time the commissioners I RodneyPayne, nlS:S4 -5141 We still are seeking volunteers for Monday" Swiss steak, gard ........... r several positions. We love our volun- rice, Brussel's sprouts, tossed salad, an igiw' lcrW Pa Pa fable teems. Please see me formore informa- sliced peaches .. .... ............ SSmUa tteP ; s tu nSeeting will be held at 1:30 I Brent Beck, 785-545-5427, .-.1 " t wire storymumg s ue me structure o tlon on how volunteering can benefit Tuesday" pork chops, sweet pota o ............... $103, bringing the average benefit for .p.m. Tuesday,.Ju!y 30,lathe4-Hbuitd- % ur life" ........ " -- s Mandarin or during altterent umes otme pay. rope the-ear to almost $490 The su'-'-le mg at me usoorne t:ounty fair I t yo . we also WOUlfl love to see casserole, green uean, - ,,=.a,.,.~ o.a a,~.w ,,,ill be avail*hi,= ' " rs ..................... men t funds are in the process Grounds. Reservations are needed by [ ..... , --. _ _ / you Come see what s happening and ange and bananas, graham cracke ......... "' .... ers mrougnout oom clays, ing dispersed Thursday, July 25 at the Post RockIzux~ lrtresmng nee / catch up w~th your friends. We m~ss Wednesday: chicken tend , po-,w.; ..... I. ...... ,~o.~a,,,~.,,,~ ,, you. Have a great week. tato wedges, carrots, pineapple upside""7"Y"'T." Funding for the Low Income En- Extension Office at (785) 738-3597 or / " ' " /r "" ........ wn c ke parK entrance, aonauon or perer v Assistance Prozram is I rovided email Nell Cates, Livestock Extension l Saturday, July 2,O ..... .| Dotal: .'... xeatures ao nursaay'aK ". nveranaomonsor" " " mushto- videdpersnforiSshadb [md'SUg' =sted' " seating'TentSbutarespecta-Pr" by-{he U.S. Department of Health ahd Agent aync :l @ksn:exlu- r +" ~-~" :~''" 1 " " Check In 9-11 a.m. : :l stones, -photosby room hamburger steak, baked pota ..... their own lawn '-- ......... rea ie tars may a~so arms .. " ....... '" / / Exhibit open Noon-5 p.m. / DrnCCOII, puaamg c m p . =....~ u;==...,=.~==.~ .== a=~a~aa~ ........ dies charms and shade. . . . many: Deer stroganott, nee , ,, . baturday, Ju y u Sunday, July 21 " ' " :[: Hometown Memories Pubhshlng mixed ve ies, zucchini pepper, slaw, have. festival | | announces compleuon of the book, A . +-.,,,in- grow each year and this the beam- "" ........ .... i haronH [ WE WILL ONLY BE OPEN FROM ll A.M. TO2EM.[ [ Exh bitopenlla.m.-4p.m. / L~vmgH~storyofNorthwestandNorth ................ Club nmg of that goal, sa d Sesket Central Kansas, Sod Houses and The Mea~s ueuvereu oy ~uo. Sahlfeld, festival president.[ ~ .,,, I / Cheek Out 4;5 p.m.. | Dirty Thirties. The coffee table book ' , vve Will ve serv/~l~ a ,....h~.... m.~. h,,~.. ,.~-, ,trod frT admitnh'~ 1 contains tales of bygone years from I 'l I _ :_ . , I / Threo,,,, ,,utto ......_jar oor' " ' Kansans who actually lived them. [ ~ I ! ' I [ Barbecue Meal at 5:30 p.m. I 1 Rock Hills Elementary School (east d0o ) '| The Kansans who appear in this | '1 I r 41 | Quilts on exhibit only, noJudgO book are from all walks oflife. Home- I 1 | ! I I K | I | I I I [ Saturday, July 20 at the Threshing Bee I I I I I I Welcome any quilts, new or old, any stzeand get a .[: town Memories includes a contest for [ 1 1 ltk,,,L. 1 m'%,& l ,4k I . a_= button. .... thebeststoriesandforthebook scover I | photo. Winners for their contributions I I include Dave Canfield, Concordia; | | [ I i I' ' "l [ /..~" "~ PaulaEtrick, Longmont, Colo;Alvin " I BOB S INNA :. ]C Weidman, West Monroe, La.(grewup [ .Thank you to the Esbon Fire Depa ment for your I in Lincoln County, Kan.); and Dam- I speedy response to our are. I othy Erickson, Belleville. The cash I July Market Sale I Com enjoyall the [[ Jim PeroutekI I HUNT naor.Eas P,ZZA I 1 lqJl excitement the ," I 119 E. Jefferson Mankato, Kan 785-378-3201 [ / Saturday July20/ I 1 " 1 Possibilities ' - 6 to 7 " , I i I .. .., ./ Jewell County I I , II rlml 1" lr~ "LT "u .- I ! =m"/o on everything, 1 oo.I I ' lnresnln,-K, , ,-- 121N CommerCial ' -- 2. I O '-'"" "'vu" I/ Mankato, Kansas 7:01roSa.m..:/ I Threshmg Bee 'Zou'Z | Saturday,July20 [[ 785-378-8484 30%oft of everything!! ih l,iI [ Roast B.eef Meal and Drink $7 |l Hours: 8. ltol0a.m. 1 I or .... I I Mon. Fri. 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 20% off everything! I Roast Beef Sandwich and P I , I / .... a.m. to Noon / i drmk',. 0 I ! Thursday Thing" 10% off everyth'mgt/ ! Sunday, July 21 I | Thursday, July 18 ' " " '*/I Featurm r f Kan There wall also be a 50 '/o [ Smoked Pork Shop Meal and | IFe " g the we k o sas " ". '/l I ,! July 20 and 27 [I Drink '7 ' I I City artist, GavinSnider, offtable! Shop earlyforthe I I or I I drawings and paintings ofbest and selection[ m He I It-Jewe ll County toncals This will be our b est I I I Sorry for the inconvenience I b s year! METOWN I [ WE WILL ONLY BE OPEN FROM 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. I Roast Beef Sandwich and Drink s4.50 :uilding iI By St Theresa Catholic Church1 , ,oPlt LTo LLC II " ' " . . ... , -- I Don't forget the wt-rrrr, TrT- , v-r- II Mankato, Kan.. 785-378-8181.~ :111 HUNT BROYH]I[R$ I IZZA AND nl I "Third Thursday Thing" VV EEKEN 13 II Ute Theater / .. t l 119E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 I , . I I Thursday, July18, I1 D=gttalProjector ' ' ' ., I " rom o7p.m. VCC'IAT ! I! Possib/li'des _ i - -' . Jl J.'lLLat.T, ,= > I l