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Glen Elder radio station wins awards The Kansas Associaon of BrOad- " casters has announced tle 2011 KGB Award Winners for Excellence in a- dio Broadcasting for the past yearl 0 KD Country 94 in Glen Elder and ,Beloit won nine awards in the small market radio station category includ- ing four 1 st place awards in a variety of catpgories. 'These awards earned KD Country 94 the honor of being named Small Mket Station of the Year for the second straight year! KD Country 94 took home first place in four different categories: DJ Personality Aircheck: first place: "Waterside Wakeup" by Wade Gerstner and Mike Schrant. - SpotNew.s firstplace:"Standoffin Downs" by Mike Schrant Sports Play-by-Play: first place: 8- Man Division I All-Star Game cover- oage, by Dusty Delnes, Wade Gerstner, . Eric iAllgo:ocl and Mike Schrant 'Public Affairs Program: first place: Coflgressman Jerry Moran with Wade Gerstner. KD Country 94 also received five other awards: ,,, Special Program second place, The Football Express with Wade Gerstner, Dusty Deines and Todd Clo- ver. Station Website: second place. i * :.Farmwa.y Credit Un,on00:00 Mankato  Sports Preview Friday, Aug. 26 - Saturday, Sept. 3 Sept. 1 Cross Country at Superior at 4:15 p.m.; Junior high volleyball-football at Mankato vs. Franklin at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sept. 2 High school football at St. John's at 7p.m. Mbny Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 1 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Deposi- tory, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, No- tary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- ance, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Re- sponse Unit, Internet, Mere- p ber Access, ATM and Debit Card Available. . YUNnu0 000 Union Administration, a U.S. Government A by Derek Nester and Dusty Deines. Complete Newscast: honorable mention by Mike Schrant. Complete Severe Weather Cover- age: Honorable Mention by Dusty Deines Editorial and Commentary: honor- able mention, "Put Yourself in the Shoes of an Official" by Wade Gerstner. III Obituaries Joseph Cross Joseph (Joe) Warren cross died at his home in Port Hueneme, Calif., Aug. 9. He was born Feb. 27, 1919, to Roy and Zelma Cross. His childhood years werein Jewell where he graduated from Jewell High School. March 2, 1941, he married Nellie Nadine Moore. He was a World War II Navy veteran. After his discharge,they made their home in Wichita which Joe built himself while working for Beechcraft. Later on he was transferred to Beechcraft at Point Mugu Naval Base, California, and lived in Port Hueneme. Joe and his son, Duane, worked together for more than 25 years as handymen. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Port Hueneme. Survivors include his daughter Mrs. Dave Blackmore (Patti), Jewell, a son, Duane, Port Hueneme; grandchildren, Cristi Wiegers, Stacy Behrends and Benn Blackmore: four great-grandchil- dren; and a sister, Pauline Shamburg. Joe was preceded in death by par- ents'; a brother, Jim Cross; and a sister, Elizabeth Braden, His funeral was held at the First Baptist Church, Port Hueneme, Calif., Aug. 18 with the Rev. Joven Rosario offi,ciating. Burial was in Ivy Lawn Memorial Park, Ventura. Calif. Gloria Davis Aug. 15 Gloria Lee Davis died at Midland Care Hospice House, Topeka, following a battle with ovarian cancer. Gloria was born in 1937. the only daughter of Emery and Lydia Beam, Mankato. She grew up and attended schools in Mankato, graduating from high school in 1955. She graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in elementary education and later received her master's degree in special education from ULM in Mon- roe, La. While attending KU. Gloria was a member of Alpha Phi Sorority. She taught in at Silver Lake and at Claiborne Christian School in West Monroe, La. For 30 years Gloria whs married to Gerald L (Jerry) Phillips. They were parents of two children and lived in Texas and Louisiana. In 1995 Gloria married Roy A. Quigley inTopeka. He died in 2001. In 2004 Gloria was mar- ried to John E. Davis in Topeka where they have lived ince. Gloriawas ar ember of Wanamaker Woods Nazaret Church where she taught Sunday ,,chool, played the or- gan and was pr, ;sident of the Capital City Women's ;hristian Temperance Union. Preceding h in death were her .parents, Roy Quigley and Jerry Phillips. ude herhusband, John of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Brian Green (Sally), icksburg, Miss.; a son Philip E. Philli , Wichita; four grand- children, Da Phillips, Matthew Philli Green; ste ildren Dang Davis, C Mike Davis; six- step fight step-great grandchildren. Her funeral was held Aug. 19 at Wanamaker Church of the Nazarene with Saturday in in Mankato. Publi, z Notices (First Aug. 25, 2011 m Record) In Court of Jewell W. Harris 10-PR-20 of Hearing On Petition Final Settlement The State f Kansas to all persons concerned: notified that a peti- tion has been filed in said court by Shelly Harris, of the Nelson W. Harris, de- ceased, askin for. final settlement of said estate; settlement and allow- ance of her :count as executor; for acts and proceedings of such for compensation for he for a determina- tion of the h, and legatees asgnment of the assets and of said estate to those enl and for all other proper relief; and you are hereby re- quired to your written defenses thereto on or l 19, 2011. at 10:00 a.m. of /, in said court, in the Cit, Kansas, at which time and said cause will be heard. Should you ment and decree will in due course upon said pet Shelly Execl the will and of the , deceased Attest: John L. Bin Seal District Ma strateJudge lips Law Office P. O. Box 3 Mankato. asas 66956-0303 (785) 378-31 72 Attorne, Executor Platte Valley Medical Group, PC., Cardiologist, of Kearney is a board certified physician in ]nterventional Cardiology and Internal Medicine. his Internal Medicine and Cardiology fellowship University in Omaha, Neb. Prior to his employmen Valley Medical Group, P.C., Dr. Tom V. Pagano was Professor of Medicine at Creighton School of Medicine 34-3c V. Pagano, tar Disease, completed Creighton with Platte Dr. Pagano is now accepting new patients at Jewell County Hospital Outreach Clinic For an appointment call 785-378-3137 Board Certified Health Care Providers -' , i ii ADA Certified Andy Walker, M.D. Nolan Beavers, M.D. Cayle Goertzen, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Marilyn Dunstan, A.R.N.P. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, L( Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergen -, Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, H alter Monitoring, and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair ParticiF Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitatibn, S Occupational Therapy Jowell County Hospital - Long Term Care Unit has ovailabl Jewell County Rural Health Clinic  Jewell C( 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956  100 Crestvue '" ....... 785=378-3511 g Term Care, :y Room tress Testing, Venous ant, Women's Health .eech Therapy, ) rooms. )unty Hospital lankato, Kan. 66956 137 I II Joan and Wayne Broeckelman had all their family home for Esbonfest weekend Melinda Williams. Austin, , / Texas,Mark, Burhngton, Colo., Monte and his daughters Dodge City, and Mike,and family, Beloit. Thursday John and Lila Frost went aaha where Lila consulted her served as ushers. Guests were Kathy and Kirk Holliday, Tom Atkins, Dave Atkins, Max Underwood and Rhys Marihugh. Special prayers were lifted for Gale Burgess in the loss of his sister, Sam and Alyce Gillett as they travel on a bus trip. Dave Atkins re- ported the fourth container which will later be sent to Zambia, is now in the area and workers have started to turn it into a medical clinic. As much work as possible will be done on it here in to Oi aller[ y doctor. From Omaha they Kansas. They would be glad to have startet a vacation trip. The last I talked help from anyone that could donate toLi] l she didn't know for sure where time. Fellowship time followed with they vere going. Colleen Baker and Kim Gillett as hosts. V onda Welch was released Sun- Following services atEsbon, Wanda day f :am Wesley Hospital in Wichita. Thummel went to Burr Oak where she wher  she had had back surgery. Her brought the message to the congrega- dang lter, Michele Crocker, was here tion of the Burr Oak United Methodist for tle week helping with jobs at the Church. Wek h home. Michele and son. Kyle, Aug. 13 the Marihugh family gath- retur led Saturday to their home at ered in Dodge City for the wedding of Lorena, Texas. Jeremy Long and Katie Hendrix. Jet- Last veek, when reporting about emy is the oldest grandson of Shirley the Hesting-Whelchel float in the and Glenn Marihugh. He is the vo-ag Esb0nfest parade, I stated that Michael teacher at Natoma and Katie is the new Jackson songs were played and actions art instructor at Lakeside. They live perfgrmed. I should,have said Elvis south of Alton. Those attending from Prestey .... Esbon besides the grandparents were iast Tuesday Gale Burgess was Scott Marihugh and children, Cody, notifiedthat his sister, Lila Davis, Lan- Trevor, Brayden, Lynnea, Rhys and singl Mich., had died. Thursday Gale Trey, and Edgar and Veronica went to Milford, Neb., and he and his Marihugh. Others with Esbon connec- son Wes went to Michigan.Her funeral tions were Vickie St. Clair, Smith Cen- was Saturday afternoon. Gale and Wes ter, Brenda and Lon Seaman, Portis, returned to Milford late Sunday and and children Chad, Clark, Tiffany and Gale came on home Monday. Candace Seaman and JulieLong, Karen Ione and Melvin Shipley went to and Ed Loeffelman, St. Louis, and Salina Thursday where they met for children, Cory and Melanie, Sandra lunch their son, Lyle, and a friend from and Steve Zabel, Midlothian, Va., and Co Igate, Okla. Lyle' s mother-in-law children, Andrew, Sam and Lily, Mark fro1 I Solomon also joined the group, and Kathy Marihugh, Beloit, and chil- On the trip home from Salina, the drenJacobandShawn.andJuimPallas- Shipleys stopped in Minneapolis to Moner, Spain. visik a short iime with Ione's brother. Ethyl and Larry McNabb are now Louis Andersen, and his wife, Della home after taking a vacation in the Jun& Pinedale and Boulder, Wyo., area. That Bill Peroutek is out of the hospital, was Ethyl's home and where she grew He md Ida are back at their apartment up so they visited friends and enjoyed in Concordia. Bill even felt good the cool weather. On waking up one enough to take in some of the Esbonfest morning while in Wyoming they found after which they spent that night at the temperature to be 32 decrees. their homeinMankato. Last week Wanda and Ted Those in charge of erecting the Thummel werein McLouth. They took firehouse asked for volunteers to help granddaughter Mackenzie home after in running the floor of the building, she had stayed the week with them, They need volunteers Wednesday They visited a few days with all the through Friday of this week. James Thummel family. Monday Janie and Burdette Glenny and Shirley Marihugh, Callaway made their usual trip to Sandra, Andrew, Sam and Lily Zabel, Concordia. That evening they went to Scott, Trevor, Brayden, Lynnea, Rhys Kansas City. Tuesday after finishing and Trey Marihugh, all attended the in Kansas City they came back to Cmacordia and stayed the night with Cawker City "Twine-a-than" Friday. B illandldaPerouteksothattheycould Jeremy Long playing his guitar and hae their' usual Wednesday in singing was the entertainment. John Frost took Steve Obert to Coocordia. , Salina Monday where Steve had sur- Kim's quote: 'God is like Bayer gery at Salina Regional Health Center. asp]irin, He works miracles." When he was released Tuesday John Such a glorious morning greeted all brought him to his home in Mankato. as they arose in preparation of attend- The nice rains we have received mg servicesat the Esbon United Meth- recently have made all of us most happy odist Church. Roger Underwood was and the cooler temperatures have greeter, Jerrod and Dereck Gillett, act- helped our dispositions. The rains are lytes, Janet Kriley and Wanda making the farmers smile as it helps a Thummel, musicmns. Pastor Gerry lot with planting conditions. That is a Sharp talked about Moses and his be- job that will be coming up next month. ng found ina basket in the bulrushes aid hGw he b/is raised by the'Pharoh's .......... daughter. The scripture reading came Burr Oak Barnes from Exodus. All were reminded that Moses was looked over by his sister. birth mother and brother just as God The message at the United Method- iooks after you and I. He also reminded ist Church, given by WandaThummel, me congregation that God always has Esbon. was taken from the book of a plan, that he takes care of his people, Exodus and told of the various stages Lindsey and Deanna Underwood of the life of Moses. Kountry Kreations Floral Design & Gifts 445 N. 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They at- tended the wedding of Cody Barry and Melissa Erickson at Fairbury. Saturday afternoon Keller, Patsy and Olivia Ord, Guide Rock, hosted a party honoring Thomas Ord for his third birthday. A "Toy Story" theme was carried out in the decorations and the cake. Attending were Maxine and Tom Golka, Darin, Mandy and Lilly Barnes, Jami Grabouski all of Red Cloud, Jill Coffey, Blue Hill, Dave and Dr. Michelle Durr, Superior, Kyle, Paisley, Jerzie and Remington Ord, Heath Shannon, Jeff, Diana and Kasey Ord, all of Guide Rock, and Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Ruth Turrner's weekend visitors were her daughter, Peggy, Roland and Regan Goreham, Green Acres, Wash., granddaughters, Cicly and Rebecca Louison, Omaha, Samantha and Brian Jones, Wichita. Jessica Barnes, Cheryl Hillman and Greg Manning hosted a first birthday party honoring Brynlee Manning on Saturday afternoon at the elevator's community room. A pink and black color scheme was carried out in the decorations. Brynlee' s cake was baked and decorated by her mother, Jessica Barnes. A special cake for Brynlee was brought by Renita Volker. Attending the party were Lester and Roselyn Manning, Forrestviile, N.Y., Jim Pursell and Carolyn Barnes, Superior, John and Julie Harvey, Judy Miller, all of Mankato, Kathy Robinson, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Aaron, Mindy, Ariel and Ashlyn Christensen, Oak, Twila Morris, Glenn Figgins, Marilyn Warneking, Justin Shriner, Cody, Renita, Mattie and Bella Volker, Tuff O'Conner, Kelly Leake, Tom and Louann Harris, Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Glenny Barnes and the hosts, Jes- sica Barnes, Cheryl Hillman and Greg Manning. John and Sue Tucker went to Great Bend Saturday where they attended a' polka dance featuring four polka bands. Sunday they went to Nickerson where they visited Sue's mother, Leola Brown of Ashland and Phil and Dianna Sneed. The new picnic shelter on th Burr Oak Community Center grounds was put up last Wednesday. Also during the week the new floor was completed in the community center building. The building will be closed until at least Sunday to let the floor dry. WaltWilson accompanied Cliffand Gienny Barnes to Fairbury Saturday evening. There they watched Kyle Ord participate in the Jayhusker races at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds raceway. Kyle did not qualify for the trophy dash, but drove in the speed dash where he took second. In the feature race, Kyle came in first, only to learn after returning to the pit they had bumped him back to third place because a track official determined he was driving too roughly. Even with the disappointment of having the win taken away, Kyle still remains in the lead points wise by 224 points, with five races remaining m the season. Also attending the races to watch Kyle were a cousin, Don Nelson, Fairbury, Tom and Maxine Golka, Red Cloud, Keller, Patsy, Tho- mas and Olivia Ord, Jeff and Kasey Ord. Natalie Bayer of Belleville, was here for the weekend with her grand- parents, Tammy and Steve Cosand. On Saturday they attended the drag races at Kearney, Exodus 1:8 through 2:10 was the scripture reading by Richard Cox at the Christian Church on Sunday morn- ing. The passage about the beginning of the life of Moses was the basis of his message. God used the influence of five ordinary but courageous women to insure that Moses would have the opportunity to carry out God's plan to i JEWELL COUNTY RECC rescue the Israelites from E mid-wives who had been in kill all newborn boys rebel the Egyptian king, telling h Israelite women were hardi Egyptian women and deli, babies before the midwive: there. Moses' mother succe him for three months beR him in a basket in the Nile. own daughter rescued M knowing that he was an Isr and in defiance of her fatl him as her own. Finally, M who had stood watch over t the basket, cleverly offere Israelite woman to nurtur such time as he could be ret princess. All these actions h print of God on them. Goc nary people to do extra-ordi We should all be open to Hi accomplish what He has pl ,RD 4A ;ypt. Two ;tructed to ed against tm that the =r than the ,ered their could get ssfully hid re putting File king's uses even elite baby, er, raising ses' sister. ae infant in to find an him until rnedtothe dthehand- uses ordi- |arythings. leading to nned for us to accomplish. Songs sung during the service were He Has Mad/Vie Glad,' "When Peace Like a River," "Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Ages" and "Revive Us AI Eric Williams and Bec of Mankato, and Steve a Cosand went to Belleville returned Natalie Bayer t and then helped grandson, t celebrate his second birth the son of Erin and Ryan Elizabeth Schwab of B Steffen Barnes were Su guests of Cliff and Glenn) Red Cloud restaurant. Afte and Glenny visited at tl Darin and Amanda Barnes Lilly home with them fc and Monday. On Monday n visited Cheryl Hillman Manning so Lilly couk Brynlee. i I JC Friendship Meals i Aug. 29 through Sept. 2 Monday: Chili dog, bu, fries, corn, grapes. I, Tuesday: Chicken sala 0 wrap, pasta salad, 3-bean salad, aprigot crunch. Wednesday: Salmonatty, maca- roni and cheese, braised cabbage, tropi- cal fruit, juice. Thursday: Tater tot casserole, cu- cumbers and onions, wheat, fruit cob- bier. Friday: Meat ball sandwich, potato wedges, California blend, peaches, milk. Meals delivered by VFW Auxil- iary. I I II ","Rock of ain." ky Lawson ad Tammy where they , her home riley Bayer, ay. Riley is Bayer.. ue Hill, and aday lunch ' Barnes at a r lunch Cliff te home of and brought r overnight |orning they nd Brynlee play with School Menus Aug. 29 thi'ough Sept. 2 Breakfast Monday: Biscuit bacon and cheese, Tatar Tots, frozen fruit. Tuesday: Pop Tarts, grapes. Wednesday: Breakfast sausage pizza, Tatar Tots, frozer fruit. Thursday; Scrambled egg, bacon. Friday: Pancake on tick,' cereaM bananas. Juice and milk offered daily. Lunch Monday: Chicken ntgget, mashed potato, gravy, corn, applesauce, roll. Tuesday: Ham and Icheese sand- wich, potato chips, bake d beans, pears, chocolate chip. | Wednesday: Chicke fajita, rice, broccoli/cheese, pineapple tidbit, Long John's. Thursday: Pizza, ti tatar, peas, strawberry shortcake,, Friday: Roast beef, mashed potato, brown gravy, green bas, peaches, / Bus drivers r00flect Continued from page 1 there are seven drivers !mt are needed every day for the reguL tr routes with- out any extra routes, si :kness or any- thing else." i , ,,, See Us Fat OFFICE SUPPLIES 785-378-3191 i i i New Hours Effective Monday, Sept. 5 Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - noon and 1-5 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - noon (closed Friday afternoon) Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 S. Center, Mankato, Ks. 785-378-3511 i i ,i i "It always goes out in my neck and John is able to put it back in and this helps my headaches, "said (Guess Who) Tyler Chirop John Tyler D.C. * Mankato, Ka o. 785-648-0080 (Same Day Appointment) :ic / /