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Thumday, August 27, 2015 THE SUPER!OR EXPRESS 3B Pioneer Seed rep. demic year are ~ree;t below. Magnus Nelson family Continued from page 1 AIlIIII Dane Hansen Ten Leaders,~.~ F,,morrow Scholar- ships with amm,~] stipends of $10,000 gathers for reunion was on top of things, grabbed the mi- Folllldatioll scholarship renewable for i!~ree additional ye.ars if ~o~d ...... : crophone and handed it to Darrell tell- ing him he needed to start the program The Dane G. Hansen Foundation criteria establiq~ed by the scholarship The Magnus Nelson family reunion before too many people left. So, after will make 280 scholarships available committee are met. Recipients must was held July 26 at theCourtland Corn- just a few bites of food, Darrell and in five categories to students in 26 attend an accredited four year public, munity Center. Attending was Ailene Damon presented the program, northwest Kansas counties for the private or church related Kansas col- Carlgren, Scandia, the only grandchild Darrell started out by welcoming 2015-2016 academic year. Students legeor universtty. of Magnus and Anna Nelson living in all who were in attendance and spoke from an accredited high school, regis- Fifty Hansen Scholar Scholarships the area. She will celebrate her 96th for a few minutes about the 40 years he tired independent, private or home with stipends of $6,50O renewable for birthday in November. Members of had been in business. Damon thanked school in oneofthe following 26 coun- one additional year, providing the re- her family who attended were Robert everyone for coming and acknowl- ties are eligible to apply: cipients have achieved at least a 3.0 and Emily Carlgren, Concordia; Troy edged the past and present Pioneer Cheyenne, Cloud, Decatur, Ellis, GPA at the coltege level. Recipients and Alison Carlgren, Dawson, and Seed account managers and present Ellsworth, Gove, Graham, Jewell.Lin- must attend an accredited four year Brody, Courtland; Eric and Terra agronomists in attendance. Damon also coin, Logan, Mitchell, Norton, public, private orchurchrelatedKan- Freberg, Dane, Dylan, Drew, Lauren; read several letters from past account Osborne, Ottawa, Phillips, Rawlins, sis college or university. Tim, Terelle and Ashley Mock; managers who were unable to be in Republic, Rooks, Russell, Saline, OnehundredHansenStudentSchol- Lawrence; Ed and Jane Ann Carlgren, attendance. The program ended with Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Thomas, arships with stipends of $4,000 renew- Scandia; Elaine Sedlacek, Belleville; the presentation of a wall hanging ac- Trego and Wallace. able for one additional year, providing LaJean Sedlacek, Beaumont, Texas; knowledgingDarreU's40yearsofbusi- Scholarships available for students the recipients have achieved at least a Natalie Okara, Overland Park; Dalynn hess as a Pioneer Seed representative, who will graduate in the current aca- 3.0 GPA at the college level. Recipi- Sedlacek, Briana White, Blue Spring, CO ty B d app hi 1 ents must attend an accredited com-. Me. un oar roves ve c e munity, public, private or church re- Other members of the Nelson faro- luted college or university in Kansas. ily attending were Kenny and I_~Anne ambul pt To qualify for the above scholar- Lewis, Salina; Ray and Jackie Vincent, purchase for macede . ships a student must have taken the Topeka; Ken and Shelia Stout, Salina; The Jewell County Board met Mon- Jol Elkins, general superintendent, ACT test and have a composite score Carl and Sharon Segerhammar, Jim day with commissioners Mark discussed maintenance. Thecommis- of 21or higher and have at least a 3.50 and Gale Hudson, Jake and Lynette Fleming, Steve Greene and Dwight sioners reported road concerns. GPA (unweighted). The student should Englebert, Josh and Mira, Gary and Frost present. Carla Waugh, county Chris Petit, custodian, had quotes be an active participant in extracur- Dorothy Nelson all of Courtland. clerk, was also present, for an Oreck commercial floor buffer: ricular school and community activi- Kristine and Lyllien Nelson-Morris, Shannon Meier, ambulance direc- Amazon $349.99 and free shipping; ties, display good citizenship, leader- Nokesville, Va,; Brian and Kayla The Pioneer Seed customer appreciation dinner was well attended Friday night in Jewell.tor, had quotes for new vehicles with Global Industrial $360 and 26.51 ship- ship and moral integrity. McCarlney, DylanandMia, Belleville; fleet discount. Melton Motors, 2015 ping; Clean Freak $359.95 and 14.48 Students pla/ming to enter the com- Todd and Lisa Goodheart, GlenElder; Sept. 1. A committee was formed to Johansen, Country by Danielle Steel Underwood Johnson, Blair, Neb.,was Chevrolet2500HD4WD, crewcab, 6 shipping. The board approved the pur- petition for Leaders of Tomorrow, Kendall and Sandy Nelson, Jason work on getting it ready to send in. and Memory Man by David Baldacci. held. l/2 foot bed, $33,827.01; Melton Mo- chase of the buffer fromAmazon for Hansen Scholar or Hansen Student Nelson, Formoso; Jared and Tricia Members of the committee are Steve New moviesaddedtothecollectionThose attending were Roger and tors, 2015 Chevrolet 1500 4WD crew $349.99 with free shipping, scholarships must register at their Nelson and Isaac, Montrose;IlaNelson, Christie, TrevorElkins, BrianShulda, include Grimm Seasons_l, 2and3, The Deanna Underwood, Esbon; Craig, cab with 6 1/2 foot bed, $34,162.05; Themeetingwasadjournedat10:45school and take the qualifying test at Mankato. Emma Menhusen and Monica Walker. Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out ofVanessa and Clayton Underwood, Melton Motors, 2015 Chevrolet Sub- a.m. with commissioners Frost and locations to be announced. Informa- tion on all scholarships has been sent to Eileen Fo.rtmeyer If approved, the grant money will be Water, It's a Spongebob Christmas, Beloit; John and Linda Cole Rubow, urban 4WD, $42,464; ConcordiaGreene and county clerk Wau,h at- ' " " used for improvements for the cam- Paddington, Mrs.DoubO'ire, BattleLos Chanute; Gene and Rebecca Under- Chevrolet, 2015ChevroletlS004WD tending the mui'ti-county meeting qualifying ,area schools;fentativetest antes nave aden set ror ~ept 9 ann I u se.holarship award munity garden. Angeles, X-Men and The Wolverine wood, Mark and Laura Underwood, crew cab 6 1/2 foot bed, $37,894; hosted by Osborne County at the Sun-_ _ _ ~lzlxlers aii.llounced The chamber will once again be Collection. Burr Oak; Janelle and Scott Lireene, Alexander Motors, 2015 Chevrolet flower Bank meeting room. Sherry Burr OR]lt Weather hosting a garage sale mall during the Families are invited to attend game Jewell; Corlene Lunge, Salina; Verle 1500 4WD crew cab 6 1/2 foot bed, Koster, sanitarian, reviewed the finan- Lar,'~ Giilett NOAA observer Jocelyn Belle, a 2015 Pike Valley Highway 36 Treasure Hunt weekend, nights at the library on Mondays from Underwood, Bellevue, Neb.; Marvin $29,522. cial reports for the first six months of "J Prec'i-itation High School graduate, andJesseVetter, Rock Hills' homecoming will be 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Those visiting the McDill, Belleville; Heath Cole, San The commissioners approved the 2015. Other topics discussed: coroo- "rh; ..... t, ~" n ~ a 2015 Beloit High School graduate, Sept. 18. The chamber will be having library may play board games like the Antonio, Texas; Deb Cole, Lincoln, bid from Melton Motors on the 2015 rate hog farming, NextGen91 l,county .......... Yemperaiures" ............. wereawardedEileenFortmeyerschol- their annual hot dog feed during the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel, Minion's Neb.; Carol and Dwight Underwood, Chevrolet 1500 4WD crew cab for a budgets, 2018 CAP on county and cityDaily Highs and L .... arshipsof$500each.Fortmeyerwasa night time pep rally, game of LIFE, Spongebob Connect Owasso, Okla.;Jason, Melody,KaAnn, total of $34,162.05. budgets, sheriff's appointment in Aug. 19 .......................... ' ....... 75 52 longtime member of the GFWC of The next meeting will be Sept. 9. Four and Checkers, play the Wii, or Godric and Dylan Baetz, Shannon Don Jacobs, undersheriff, reported Jewell County, governor will be visit- An,, 20 74 49 herKansaSl0calandclubservedat Goodlandin manYinOfficeSthe Sixthin New booka arrive at build their own Lego creation!Synder, Smith Center; Ray and Faryl that Stuart Vance gave his two weeks' ing Smith County for highway dedica- Au~" 21 ................................. 82 49 District, and also held state offices Mankato Library Freeland-Cole-Lmnpldn- Lange;MahlonMcDill;Landon, Amy, notice, tion, Smith County's compensation A.o" 99 ................................. ~g ,~o Daniel ~d Cooper McDil~ Nickia:Gall Bartley said he is ready to study, new personnel policy, job de- Au~. 23 ....... i..i.i.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 87 50 during her lifetime. She left a generous Underwood relllllon Kale, Eh, and Ty Vance; oerry and place ads for sealed bids on the weed scriptions and FMLA policy. The next Aug 24 72 44 scholarship fund for the students resid- The Mankato City Library has made ing in the Sixth District. Each club in several additions to the collection this Members of the Freeland, Cole,Susan Sharp; and Eldon and Joann departmentpickupandemergencypre- multi-county meeting will be Nov. 16 Aug" 25 ................................. 80 44 the district was allowed to choose the summer. The library added new super Lumpkin and Underwood families and Doud, all of Mankato. paredness car. in Smith County. ' ................................. _- winners from their area. GFWC Pro- hero books to fit the summer reading friends gathered Aug. 16, atthe I State Fair Transportation gresSive Study Club of Randall program theme of"Every Hero Has a Mankato Community Center to con- theSCreenedwinnersthefromapplicatinsthis area. and chose booksStry'"includeSme of the neweStMy First BookJuvenileof Girl tinue the tradition ofthe annual picniCthat began in 1932. Members of the [ S010mon Valley Transportation will ~ offering upco~'ng tripstothe I/I I want t thank everyne wh remembered II) Jocelyn will be attending Cloud PowerbyJulieMerberg, Frozen, Fever group visited about last year's family ] Kansas State Fair0n Fri0ay 11th, Monday, September I/] our family during Kenny's illness and death County Community College majoring by Victoria Saxon, Please Don t Feed happenings, shared a bountiful meal, in elementary education. She ranked the Vampire by R. L. Stine, Almost and conducted the annual business I ]~sOay, September 17th. [ [I and my illness and surgery. The cards, calls,,. , second in her class of 16. She is the Superby Marion Jensen, Big Hero 6: craftedmeeting" itemsA silentmadeaUCtionby Corrinef hand I _.fi_rst salted! [ ~__~_ _ ~,_memr'alsi ,./_ __-- .-- : expressionsof sumpathv,". " orayers, '][ J [ food and help are all greatly appreciated. The II 'rr 'rH 'rlI [ ii outpouring of love has been very gratifying. [[ Friday, SaturdayandSunday Aug. 28, 29 and 30,7:30 p.m. The Big Battle by Bill Scollon, Aveng- daughter of Frank and Julie Bolte, ers Assemble by Clarissa Wong, Big Randall. Jesse will be attending the Univer- Nate Lives it Up by Lincoln Pierce and sity of Kansas where he is majoring in ABC 123 by DC Super Heroes. computer science. He ranked fourth in Several new young adult titles have hisclassof60.HeisthesonofPhiland been purchased including The Half Kristi Vetter, Randall. Bad Trilogy by Sally Green, The Heir by Kiera Cuss, the Ruby Red Trilogy ........... ;~:~:~ .............. = . Mankato Chaml~r by Kerstin Gier and Fairest: Levana's ~ II~l~ll~D~ :::~~ ~::i:i::: : Story by Marissa Meyer. ~]O ~lla F47fl Join us for a ' discusses threshing New titles added in the adult fiction bee, scholarships collection are Friction by Sandra With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan :" ~"~i~ a Brown, The Murderer's Daughter by (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, th|eam. ~::i ment ,ece , Retirement- Anniversary P rty T, hg,~g0~,ato.Ch~m.l~r, 9f ,Cam-..Jonathan Kellerman, Go Set a Watch-: now laces eli against a network of ....... .',:i lor: ,/.'i' .......... fr ur Parents ' : o I merci monthly meeting was held Aug. man by Harper Lee, Truth or Die by hishly'sl~ill~'special ~igdr~is.~ ti~e Sy~- .... ~ t ll with nine members present. JamesPatterson, NemesisbyCatherine dicate.'Thesehighly-fr'aqrledb~ia~- ......... '/~, WE JENS. Kris and Gary Kindlerd, Sept. 5, Brian Shulda, vicepresident, called Coulter, The Pocket Wife by Susan lives are hellbent on creating a new the meeting to order. The minutes of Crawford, Ever After by Jude world order through an escalating se- ~k the July meeting were read and up- Deveraux, The Daylight Marriage by riesolterroristattacks. Ethan gathers Saturday. proved. There were no youth volun- Heidi Pitier, The Ice Twins by S.K. his team and joins forces with dis- teers to mention this month. Treymane, 14th Deadly Sin by James avowed British agent lisa Faust sclay, Sept. 1 3 5 p.m. 7:30- 11 p.m. 'if2 The Mankato Chamberscholarship patterson, Perfect Match by Fern (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may ility Ebn,-Kan~ was discussed. Steve Christie made a Michaels, Inside the 0 Briens by Lisa not be a member o! this rogue nation, motion to have the scholarship be open Geneva, The Melody Lingers On by as the group laces their most impos- Mankato City Fad Esbon COsmomUnitv Center toallRockHillsstudents.TrevorEIkins Mary Higgins Clark, Finder's Keep- sine mission yet. seconded the motion and it carded, ers by Stephen King, A Spool of Blue PG-13 (for sequences of action and Dave has worked for the The emphasis for,the scholarship will Thread by Anne Tyler, Blueprints by violence, and brief atrial 0udily) be onthe students volunteering in the Barbara Delinsky, Naked Greed by .P City of Mankatofor 38 years. Dance to Tim Anthony Mankato, Kin. 785-378-3172, comyUnnic~dkChral.~amvb:erre:ed~onthe Stuart Woods, The Naked Eye by Iris and The Animals No Gifts Please threshing bee activities. Ideas were diSCTUlSS Dedaf:~eXtsY:~rant deadline is FRIENDS OF MANKATO CITY PARK "rd d [ ,,.ppy 50th! Pleasehelpourparents 4- Frank and :_Car-Motorcycle Show gadine bag Saturday, Sept. 26 Railsback I r I celebrate their 5Oth .Wedding Free will donation BBQ, hosted by Bob's Inn Anniversary " Auction, anyone who would like to donate items Thank You visited, . . call John Tyler 785-648-0080 Ii Saturday, Aug. 29,/ / 78 -378-8600 ! I would like to thank those that Beer Garden, hosted by Mankat0 Volunteer Fire [ 2 to 4 p.m. ( FARMWAY called and sent cardstome while I was in Department the Beloit hospital. They were much Music by Mo0nlightW0rkshop l at Mankato uNzo Mankato [ appreciated. Vendors Welcome , l| SemOrMankato,CenterKan. Ik Thanks again, " A Sports Preview Shirley Doxon Id Love, loLinn, lanelle, Jeff and lulie Fdday, Aug. 28- Friday, Sept 4 Aug. 28: Junior Senior High School Towel and Soap Scrimmage. & Rock Hills Sept. 1: High School Volleyballat Booster Club Tipton Sept. 3: High School Cross Coun try at VeScott, 4 p.m. High MANKATO COMMUNITY WIDE School Volleyball at Scandia. Junior High Vet- GARAGE SALES " leyball and Football vs. ' Mankato City Building Thunder Ridge at Rock Friday, Saturday, Sunday Hills. Sept. 18, 19 and 20 Sponsored by Mankato Chamber of Commerce Sept. 4: High School Football vs. Southern Cloud at Rock in conjunction with the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt Friday - Saturday - Sunday FREE HOT DOG MEAL Hills. Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life in- Contact the Jewell County Record to advertise Sept. 1 8, 1 9 & 20 Serving from 5:30 - 7:00 in the RHJSHS Commons copies,SUrance'FaxCreditse~vice,DisabilitYcheck Cashing,lnsurance'ATMPht-Cards, and be part of the city map and sale listings, during the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt Sponsored by Rock Hills Booster Club & 2 FCUATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night De- " The Mankato Chamber of Commerce is taking reservations for individual garage positoff, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Pay- We will give you a yard stake and Jewell County Farm Bureau sale lots.inside the City of Mankato Building. We have 12 lots that are reservable for all roll Deposits and DeduCtions, Notapj Service, a40 word description for a $6 fee. Additional words three days for $30. Each individual lot is u-shaped with three 8 foot tables. This is a great Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Response Unit, are 15 cents each. way to display your garage sale items in a protected area, and also provides a DonatiOnS o~ SCRIMMAGES Interact, Member Access, ATM and Debit Card (deadline is Friday, Sept. 11) convenient way for shoppers to browse multiple garage sales at once! We had great Available. success with this last year, sodon't wait to make your resentationl To reserve your lot today, please contact 111 E. Main St., Mankato, Kin. 785-378-3191 Brian Shulda at 785-243-0203 or Jason 0rtman at 785-378-3212 35.15 I 5.15