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Thursday, August 25,2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B , take a qualifying test. A 3.50 GPA is ~='~" I"II~qh""~" 14 .... - ~~ ~ i healing the woman did not meet his not necessary to apply for this scholar- vz~w ~-w=j, Bul'r Oak Weather Next stop was the corn pl0t. This may lead to blindness and possibl~ ~ i ~-~ ~ 1 definition of work on a Sabbath. It is ship• Recipients may enroll in any ca- Continued from page 1 tmrr OaKByoe ,y..ames thespiritofGod'slawthatcounts, not neerva dtan sah siCfhed catmnprogram, continuefourmilesnorthtotheBohnert LarryGillett, NO AAoaserver year Darrell and Damon Bohnert were evendeathduetostarvation, thirst, and lemperamres themselves part of the tour as their land accidents because to loss of sight. " i the letter of the law. Instead of accus- •. y .... , s long as it is Comer, making 11 miles from the High for the week ........................ 89 west of Jewell hosted the corn plot. Causes ' ' ' Last Monday, MaryFoley went to ing Jesus ofbreaking the law, thesyna- no d igti t o r Yse o gs ]esof Mitchell County line without a crook Low for the week ......................... 49 Again apresentationwasgivenon Pink eye is caused by several fac- ' Salina for the day with lindy Kilgore gogue leader should have been prais- and the two great-gnnddaughters, ing God just as the woman who was iereo ............ to nlgn SChOOl semors, me MansenP - ~,,a°r turn~anFrOmwest halfthe Bohnerta mil- ,h,'.,.','C°mer-~-.,the- Precipitation multiple com varieties by Brenn• Gabe tors working together, Tarpoff said. Emma and Kirtle Kil;ore The had healeddid Christianlifeismeanttobe F%nda~O~c~l?JS~ca~ll~lde~rCO~e~ the east side of the railroad cutting out This week .................................. 0•56 Hardman, account manager, alsospoke The main cause is the ever-changing -" y _ . y . . ................... s Year todate .............................. 22.13about fungus that is currently attack- bacteria, moraxella bovis. Many sub .... lunch together at a Salna restaurant, joyful not heavy• Jesus gave us abun- - .Y ........ g ..... two creek and two railroad crossings For August ................................ 4.21 ingcombothin our area andeven more types of that bacteria can be•found Steve and Tammy:osand went todantlife, don't put up barriers to that e~Cnl~l~rl~en~PSscV~lot~dst~p;n~dalv~a~l~l~Ue Uw~lct~ti~°icnendithedMtankl~t°nTr~de°s] Aug.17 .................................. 86 61 Hardman discussed two fungus con- contributes to difficulty in treating it. Belle~,ille to help theitgrandson, Riley abundance. D~y h~gh~ and J,,w,, SO in areas to the south• even within one infected animal, which " Buyer, celebrate his mventh birthday. Cliff and Glenny Barnes took Also attending werehis uncles, Eric Keller, Patsy, Olivia, Thomas and for Kansas Community or Technical comeroftheoldfairgroundsonemile Aug.18 .................................. 88 61 ditions.One, common fungus, is, liter- Other factors include, UV .light, Williams, Travis ard David Buyer; Kooper Ord out for lunch at a Red College students. Community college east of Mankato. At the fairgrounds Aug. 19 ................................. 89 65 ally, morecommon in this area. While whichirritatestheeye, tall foliage such grandparents, John md Linda Buyer; CloudrestaurantonSunday.Theywere students must have completed a mini- comer itjoined the Rock lsland High- Aug• 20 ................................. 80 56 aconcem it is not the threat that s0uth- asgrassorweedswhichcanscratch'the " Aug. z I ................................. /J 4v ' . an .... ' parents, Ryan and Erin Buyer; sister celebrating Keller and Patsy's 1 lth mum of 32 hours of college credit by way. A,. On Qa .IOem fungus poses• Hardman found and eye, d dust which acts as a direct . and brother, Natali and Evan Buyer. wedding anniversary and Thomas' 8th the Spring of 2017 and technical col- The agreement between the county ,. .............................................. ,,a displayed an example of common rust. lrntant. . A picnic was held followed by cake birthday.JeffandDianaOrdalsojoined lege students must have completed an commissioners and representatives of ........................................ Both fungus infestations arrive as "Fl!es work to cause pink . associate of applied science degree the highway commission was that the spores carried by the wind and settle !wo different ways, Tarpoff said. and ice cream• the group. Saturday evening, Bob Hines, Cliff Keller and Patsy Ord, rural Guide before transferring to an accredited road should branch, one branch going DP, t~k prov'ides down on the com. Rusts are generally First, they can irritate the eyes: di- and Glenny Bame~ went to Fairbury to Rock, hosted a birthday party for Tho- four-year public, private or church re- through Mankato, Burr Oak and on to --1 ..... ~ t--- t- --- -'1-. __ found on the top of the plants first and rectly by flying around and irritating : watch the Jayhusker races at Jefferson mas Ord Sunday afternoon at their lated Kansas college or university• Hastings, using the Rock Island High- £01- ltU.llu C then on the lower leaves The rests thecomea. Secondly, flies directly feed " County Speedway. It was fan apFre- home. Thomas opened his gifts and the Each may be renewed for one year wayuntilsouthofBurrOak.Theother of POWs and ~ thrive .... m a hunnd setting so• the recent on, the ...... secretions from the eye.Once... . . ciation night andduring the internis- guests were served ice cream, cookies upon completion of satisfactory work branch was to traverse the Rock Island .......... a ............. v; . mey reea OlI ot tlaose secretions, tlaey .- sion between heat races and feaure and punch• Attending were Andrew as evaluated by the scholarship com- Highway east five miles, thence north Themission ofthe Defe.nse ..... " pick up the bacteria and take it over to ': '; • - .another animal and infect that animal, races 19 bicycle were given aw y to and Rita Golka, Minden; Tom and mittee. Students may obtain applica- into Superior. oner or war. ann vnsslng m• Acuon It IS thought both klnds of rusts" are. ........ • . children lucky ~nough to have their Maxine Golka, Jeff, Diana and Kasey tion forms at the office of the dean of This arrangement, while very saris- Accountm~ Agency (DPAA) IS to urn- . ......... t,~, .... • - - -• • - in Jewen ~.ounty• rrouucers nopetnelr ..... . namedrawn• KeoperOrd, great-g'and- Ord, Olivia and Kooper Ord. Thad student services at the community col- factory to the some sections, was up- vide the fullest possible accounting for • ,, .... - • ,,,o,, •- a,o, Detection and treatment • - .- -. , crops are ClOSe. ,,v. ntO=,,...rlty ..,.. , • lege or technical college student ser- posed by others and the highway com- ourmlssmg personnelrrom ournanon s .......... T-muff su,,oests nroducers think ' .... spraying aInnglclQe Wlll not oe neces- .- v ~ v :. , thoseS°n OfluckyCliff children.and GlennY,KyleWaSordo~eRedof Katie,Kierl' allpaisley,Of ruraljerzieGuideandROCk;RemiKyle,ord, vice or it can be downloaded from the mission held up the north end of road Pa oC°nfhcts to their famdles and our sary. The threat of southern rust will of early detection as if they themse[ves .... Cloud, placed !hird in the first hett and Darin, Amanda and Lillian Barnes, website at www.danehansenfoun- on the grounds it could not give Jewell ..... were poked in the eye and had the '• • • continue to row as it is movm north..... second in the second heat• In tte fea- Wendy and Judy Ord, Brad, Andrea, County that much mileage• The road DPAA today is comprised of more The fina~ tour sto" was gast of associated side effects• An infected than 600 highly skilled and talented v " " w" " " : turf race, Kyle started on the insde in Sterling, Wyatt, Titus, and Caden Frey, The Hansen Foundation is in its through Kansas was to become known Jewell There the"row" foun"~ P'~-'a" animal ill often show the same symp- the second row. He was drivin well Chris and Sue Meline, allofRedCloud; 42nd year of Service to 'the young as state highway No. 14. It was to o .civilians ....... and military:_ personnel,,__, testplotot teve areene. ne amutor• . , • _.. v .,., toms•" discomfort,. , ........ ." ' and vying for second place whel with JillandMeggieCoffey, Blue Hill; Cliff people of Northwest Kansas through continue north with approved high- an t milo varieties were comparedand dis- open the eye and possibly the eye stay-.. ' the insight and generosity of the late ways to the Canadian line and south tou ,~r force) anu lnciuoe cuss " " ve ' ',,,.,,o. - ,;,.o ing shut " " • • . co. ae ralexpen,.....a varle.,. o - • , two and a half laps left, one of tht race and Glenny Barnes. Dane G. Hansen of Logan, Kansas• the Gulf of Mexico. It was expected to historians, research analysts, policy w,-ro an di~nlav in tha rnntlnunl affart One guaranteed sign is increased " cars cut in front and he had no tine to Jessica Barnes, Brynlee Manning avoid hitting the other car. Kylf's car and Cheryl Hillman attended the rib- The book DANE GRAY HANSEN: be much used by summer and winter experts, anthropologists, .... archivists, ar- toT"7"oreeu"';7"~v'-~oetter seeas'" 7%ior ........ prouucers.7 ........ tearino=,, he ................... ~aid ~ft~n di,-~ .,;1! e'-"~m TITAN OF NORTHWEST KANSAS tourists, chaeoJogmts, odontologlsts, hnqulsts, A tonic of concern at this sto- was attached to the tear stains. This is espe- went up oYer the back tire of th. car in bon cutting ceremony for the new play by Billy M. Jones (1962) describes By the time the route was an- ~. , ....... sugar cane apnm taamman empna- ~ ~ ......... front andflipped several times'oming ground equipment at Rock Hills El- lOglStlclans, communication experts, e ..... v , cialb, visible in li-ht c,q,,r~d ~--1~ torestoffthetrackonitsside.=uckily ementary School Monday evening. The DaneG. Hansen and his contributions nounced, the markershadarrivedand ~l:~t~?Pt~rtto~s~maherl~aleVl~enCeee~i sized that these pests are a serious There is no set time period from neither Kyle nor his car were d maged students at the school will most likely to Northwest Kansas• work on the approved section was to P g P ' thr=at ann =;t. ...... ............. once the disease is evident until it is a as numero .... AA;.....~I ...... ........ ,. u, t.,,. ~,,, ~ u~t, a,~ .luv- _ _ . .... badly• Kyle walked away wih some enjoy the equipment as they started begin in September• The road was ...... m,,,=, ~uvo,o,~ v~,- in- 'wer farth .... m, A ...... ;~,otlareat to tile nealtla ot me eye sonnel Th " • " ~ ~" IdklteJtl~i ilUILII" ~/t~t~llKJllll~'~l'~ ' " bruising and sore ribs and therace car back to school Tuesday. Ar.....1... patrolled and maintained by the gaso- . eseprofessmnalswlthawlde ....... ,,. .... .... nave recenny connrmed tlaelr pres- As the msease progresses tt.devel- . £'llI ILUaIU L¥11 alD line tax. ence in Ford and Russell counties• ups an ulcer typically in the center of ' • sustainedabentfrontbumpermdhav- +-I --oull illl, lOna- " allnounce$ - Four railroad crossings and two ................................ tn day ono; ntinnq nf thP I"IDAA m~- This" pest can cause tremendous the eye," Tarpoff said "Either one or ing the carbs knocked off. [yle ex- Aug. 29-Sept. 2 creek crossings were eliminatedbythe ~]',~"+ "~" ........................ - damage to crops and its presence in two things happen ii starts to heal or " pects to be racing again in Washington &llnual Dane Hansen . Monday: Swiss ste.ak, g.ardenblend rerouting of the road. Ninety years ...... w " ' Saturday and Sunday nights ffLabor -- ~ .. ............ Je ell County looms on the honzon itbuildsuppressureontheinsideofttie Day weekend• Also attending lae races $ClIOIIH'$111p progrnm rice, green neans wltla onion, tomato later many of the place names used to rersonnei trom tm~aA, along wire ......... " ..... . ,,a.=~ ~ r ~ o,..~ c...., ...... :_,:o.o .~ rroaucers neeu to monitor melr crops eye trom the inflammation and possi- " were Jeff, Diana, and Kasey Ord, The Dane G. Hansen Foundation wedges, pears, define the new route have become vo"~r~-~h~in~"t~.oa't~w'y~'~r~'~n~t~t~- andreportsuspectedinfestations.Both bly ruptures." . ' ' Tuesday- chicken tetrazzini, peas nearly meaningless to area residents, t~i'fv--ro'~ni'n'~f'~'rlt.'"n~n"~",,'~,.=,~.'~,]~,~ Texas A&M and Kansas State Univer- "The biggest treatment ootion I rec- ' Keller, Patsy, Olivia, Thoras and will make 280 scholarships available and carrots, tossed salad, peaches. It was anticipated another state road ¢,.. ¢...,.. w...m ur. t~ ,t.~ v- ..... slty are working to momtor the spread ommend is to work with your veteri .... Kooper Ord, Thad Kierl, "bm and in five categories to students in 26 Wednesday - biscuits and gravy, from Concordia via Jamestown and ~a~, ,%,~x:,~,~,..,~..,,x~ ~:Lu~,~ a~xu~c~ of the pests and to help producers de- narian as they are familiar with what is ' MaxineGolka, allofruralGuileRock; Northwest Kansas counties for the scrambled eggs, tomatoes, fruit muf- Randall would form a junction with ..................... ""' terminea ro date c-i - : Katie Ord, Red Cloud; DorNelson, 2016-2017 academic year. Students .......... pp p a ton nappening in the area as well as what is Powell; Jessica Barnes, freg and from an accredited high school, regis- fins. No 14atJewellbuttheplanwasnotyet and me lraq ano rerslan t.Julr wars ....... " ...... , ........ • ...... " Atter me tour me group, omer cus- ann is not working, ne sam ' worKln~ ' Thursday - no meals assured in the summer of 1926. wnen recovery oneranons are unsuc- , ....... • .~ ...... ~ .... tomers anu menus of the Bohnerts with your veterinarian also elves nro- : Brynlee Manning. tered independent, private or home Friday- no meals cessrul, orotesslonals WOrK ........... = ,- Recent news from the GrteExpec- school in Jewell, Republic and Smith Meals delivered by the Lutheran County budge# "°°" " ,,;;h ..... ........ gamereo ior me annual customer ap- ducers a chance to estaolisla a veteri- . ' rations BBQ team of Nick ad Kelley counties may apply. Church. ¢ " officials (SCOs) to provide answers to preclatlondlnner, planned a ndorg.a- narmn-chent panent relanonshtp; . Bunting, Billings, Mont.,and Jerry Scholarships available for students Continued from page 1 ~ ........... nlzeu oy ueora ~netoy ann uar~ca wnicn is extremely important wnen - family memoers on me late or melr .... . ' - • -- - • , .- ., • - ,i " Barnes, Powell, Wyo., incldes results who will graduate in the current aca- a~ ct~t~A h, tha D,'ao;A=nt ~t.... 1I host of family and friends. The mainsta treatment that ha~ .... of their last two compet~ons, Two demic year are: Ten leaders ofTomor- C'~I~I~'ll~II1PI~ StevenMelby, MelbyMortuary, say- ~,,,,=,~ .... ~onnerL~newomenwerene=peaDya treatlngammaiswltnantmmt~cs, weeks ago they participatedn the Best row Scholarships with annual stipends v,,,-,,,~,~,,- .... ing that effective Sept. 1 the mortuary ~h.,~.;,, q,=,,,,,mr,=~om~ ,,^,.=.;,.. oeen use(] mr years is injectable ox- of the West BBQ Fest b Sheridan, of $10,000 renewable for three addi- will be using another answering ser- ....... o; .... ea oo",.... .... .-o_Beef vetermarmn ....... ytetracychne, Tarpoff said..-It .stdl . Wyo. They received a 511 place in tional years if criteria established by Patsy Groves VlC']4hecommissioners approved Reso- tlons• to recover our mlssln~ .... patriots, rl|~t~,~a ~'~'~tt'rn~rt~ ....has a very go0(] level 0t errectaveness. chicken, and 10th place in,ork with an the scholarship committee are met. . . -. - ,.u,.,,.,,.,~ .......... ,,,,,, = overall finish of 10th oulof 26 teams Fifty Hansen Scholar Scholarships • Patsy A,nn Groves, 79, died Sunday lution 16-06 pertaining to the property rues areretumedsafelytoourshoresorOUr work is not finished untll our he- causes of- mrtk" eve ' nariann°Wever'he bYor worklngshe maythr°ughbe able toa veterltake participating. This last ~eekend they with stipends of $6,500 renewable for at ~v~!tcneH .~,ounty raosp!ta~, t~e~olt, tax policy with respect to financing the a full accounting is provided to their Whilethesumm%rmonths~ewind- samples•!faproducerisexperiencinga, were in Worland, Wyo.ior the Wyo- three additional years if criteria estab- ~ervlces wm oe at a later date. ~017 h- ~--~- , .... ~argeoutoreaK.lneremay oeulrrerent ~ Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jeweil, is -- ",4 ~u~t.. . . . loved ones• icneLd?oTnaP~nkreye can stillbea con; bugs in the eye that may need a differ~ • ruing State BBQ and Ble Grass Festi- lished by the scholarship committee handling .... arrangements t~oaru memners revlewea an(] ap- val. They placed 8th in,bs and 2nd in aremet. " proved abatement numbers 2239 and Corn, soybean and K-StateReseaPrr~Uc~rE'xte~ns~o~°jr~ enthYPa~°fr~eaLment'", ,..•. , sauce and finished in t~ middle of the One hundred Hansen Student Schol- ~ola Grl"" "~ " = ° 2240. Inllo plot toul~ held veterinarian, ........... has tips to help mlnlnnze over the Infected ....... eve. This minimizes teams competing• Thi,coming week- arships with stipends of $4,000 renew-I~ IIe[ll ietea Shannon Meier, ambulance direc- o ...... o menas gluing a patcn tor, had a grant application for ad- end, they wilt be in I~amey compet- able foron additional year, providing for 9Oth birthdav . ~y Kerma Crouse tne~ereCt:gtct~,~SesU~eaS~ol:n cattle..,, solar radiation exposure and other irri- : ing in the Barbecue 0 the Bricks. the recipients have achieved at least a The family of Miola (Shane)" vanced ........ level training. The commis- T~¢t w,.,~,,,,o,~ ......... ~ ............. ,~ ~n ......... ercent t Y" .se up to Ip tants so the eve_ is more comfortable. In Guaranty State lank and Trust 3.00 GPA at the college level . sloners approved the memorandum ....... p o tne~roo(]ywe~gntasaresult soon~ore~ a bus tri[to Kansas City All recipients must attend an ac- Grlffeth helped her celebrate her 90th a reement for the du ati ' •" farmers participated in an opportunlty of the disease, according to Victoria Continued to a e4 • g e c on xncenuve to learn about and compare various A'-dc"l*"r ' ^ ..... r-"" ".... .-a;o.oo ........ P g S'atu~'-'t~base~tl game bet~veen credited community, public, private or b~rthday last Sunday t ro"r- vloneer com,soyoean anu muo varlet- theK~msasCit~¢RoyisandtheMinne- church related college or university in f v .... .... , . tLm ta~'¢eneopene(]mezui/ ies. The,program was sponsored by - - - orser rcesattheTrlnit Urntdil Vleth:-' "6dd t a ........... .... "-':; sota Twins. Amon those attending Kansas. . . , g earing at to a.m. wRn,Amom Pioneer Seed and local dealers, Darrell -7 .... were Lane and AsLey Underwood, To qualify for the above scholar- oaistChurch, Jewell. ManyofMlola s Ross and Bill Schumacher present. No and Damon Bohnert. This was the 36th ii '-r%,-,.,m L- II Kendra Kriley, EtaSilsby, all of ships, a student must have taken the great-grandchildrenprovi(]e(]mespe- nhiaetinn~ were vnir~,t ~,~ ~t- year the Bohnerts have been involved II ~ lt.~t~ • u~ t,u. II Esbon;GloriaandD~kSchlaefli,Ionia; ACT test and have a composite score w!th a piano solo, and a ~lem]ng"move"~and'~w~ig~at~r'~ost"sec'_" in a plot tour. li Mankafn Phzrmaev I rihrn nA l(onnvlwn,.h li Walt and Peggy Vilson; Bob and of 21 or higher and have at least a 3.50 renaltt, on (]inner at esus- °ves Me.the Jewell Community onded to approve the budget for2017as..rinted Motion-assedunanimousl- In today's farm economy, farmers II Y: .... '. II Mariiyn Johnson;Dave and Alice GPA (un-weighted.) The student Center was hosted by her four.chll-" ...... P , ............. Y. want the best seed for their particular [I tatar & Mor remen and Krlsten and II ; - Belden; and Pat Anerson. They saw a should be an active participant in ex- . ...... ~ ;,;. ..... u ~w~tKln~,g~cncnat~up~tuLtcmacnt, need and farm soils. Notjust any seed li ~ho dn~a~o~q nriTo~' tl :: oren, Llnaa ann nusoanu, MIKe lcn- - re-orted on r a n ......... great game with the~oyals coming out tracurricular school and community ......... . " p O u a u orluge mamtc- willdo. A plot tour gives the producer li .... r....~ II ard, Mlltonvale; reg ann nusoanu, ,,-~ • - -- winning by a scorof 10-0. Peggy said activities, display good citizenship, . ...... .. , nance, lne commissioners reporte(] an opportunity to see for themsel,~es [ I we won at me u! neater Denetlt. ] | : it was about 3 a re'when they arrived leadership and moral integrity. Ca!v~n Bola~e, rt, Robin ann wire, tm.o roadconcems.ErmaDillontelephoned how various varieties compare and how l i Tam nnd l i - - . ~rlrlem, 15111 anu wire, ~VLeLanle to in"uire wh n"~ .... ~ ^:a~. :,, L_ home• Studentsplannnlgtoenterthecom- .-. ............ . ,~ e m¢,u~tt ~LUC~, WIll Oethey perform in Jewell County condi- II .V', ........ II Mason Max artMorganMcMainspetition ntust register at their school ~rttretn, alLotJewenl. Mxolahas oeen mowed joined Richard ~x for children's and take the qtmlifying test. Tentative blessedl ...... with nine ;grandchildren and Ca,,,-~ ut.,, au~,"t" v,~c.tcu~ me't" ..... m~v~ tions.The group began the tour with the '[~, v ellIngtont r an. :li v great-granucn~laren.., one year hardware and software agree- soybean plot. Roger Underwood and tianChUrChchurch•SundaYRichcdat ~etalkedBurr OakwithChris-them testl 5. dates have been set for Sept• 13 and . ~ crowa or ~v ~,amlly n)em0ers ment, which was approved by the com- Lane Underwood hosted the group on : netpe(] nerce eorate tins speclalocca- missioners about the real rea~n we have rules to One hnndred Hansen Career and sion. : • their farm near Esbon. After a presen- I[fffff( ~ ( : : follow After thelesson each child Technical Education Scholarships of ration by Brooks Brenn, product NII~ ~-~," ~--,,,,~,,_ IIIIIll received an activ.y page' to do and a $4,000 renewable 1or one additional agronomist, the group was free to ask 11111111 wlluia JI-lIIt tll IIIIIli sucker• For the aults Richard chose year, providing the recipients have questions or take a closer look for llllll/ , ........ IIIIIll : Luke l3:10-17orthebasisofhis achieved at least a 3.00 GPA at the Rock Hills Grizzlie themselves at the various varieties of 1It[tit ~e~uullSll'tl'lOay[[[[[]i message entitledFollowing the Spirit college level are available to encour- P S soybeans• [111 ~ ~s~t:om~,7,~:,~°~:/l///l[ of the Law "In tls passage-therewas agehigh school seniors whoseekcom- O i S ~Q a woman who h~lbeen crippled bent petence through career training. An ' . ';i"; ;iit~tt:. at the waist and uable to stand straight applicant lor the Career and TechnicalFa orts Knckoff Jesus healed heat the synagogue on a Education Scholarship must complete " . 2 6 Sunday The had of the s~vna~o~ue an applicati°n f°rnt that is available Friday, Aug i llll]l .iiii, ili, ]fiiiill ill .[i]tl i• "0 carry Out| IIIllll IIIl l chastised, Jesu'. for workin~ on "the front the high school, cotmselor .°r it Lord s dav Tie woman went awav can be downloaded trona the webstte at • . ~" . ~ wwwdal,ehanscnfoundationorgThe Towel Scrimmages prazsmg God foher heahng.The leader • . , . . • - . of the svna~oue was lust as much a scholarship conmnttee is interested in crinnle as the ¢~°man was but his disabilitYity was in beig offended in that Jesus~'- was noas obvious. Hisdisabil-- the student's character, activities andgoals. :. Applicants .... are not required to 4 p.m. Junio.r Hi.h Volleyball5 p.m. - Sen,or High Volleyball i illlll : • ::;4 Ill] 6 p.m. Jun!or H!gh Football 9. Thank you 7 p.m. Sen,orHighFootball All fall athletes and coaohes will be introduced Thank you for the cards, visits, calls and includingdance team, cheerleadersand sports teams. *{~ (C@~~ 7~/"~ fbwers I received during my recent hospital e :ay and since returning home. Gratefully, Come Join Us for a Free hotdog meal Mary Lou Griffith Serving from 5:30- 7 p.m.-RHJSHS Commons _3 Andy Walker, MID. Nolan Beavers, M.D. th F0rm0s0 Fi Hosted by Ruth Flemi,g Mark, Karla, Amanda, Levi & Kyle Paul, Shanda, Reese & Ty Inte in ing an EMT? There will be an upcoming EMT class October-March Classes will be held two night a week from 6 to 10 p.m. with an occasional all day Saturday session also An information meeting will be held Wednesday, Aug 31 at 7 p.m. 510 E North ST. Mankato, Kans. (Jewell County EMS Office) If interested, please attend the meeting or contact Vincent with any questions at 785-378-3069 30.16 Registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 12 Marilyn Dunstan, A:P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, A.P.R.N. Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, SPeech Thera OY, Occupational Theropy Jewell County Hospital - Providing O friendly, caring environment Serving our patients and community 29.16 JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-351! HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 a.m. - Noon, 1 - 5 p.m. Friday - 8 a.m. - Noon JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL 1130 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137