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I / Club plans The history of Halloween and early were read by Theresa Baxa at GFWC of Kansas Progressive Club meeting recently at the Library. Faye Novak reviewed an article the GFWC Clubwoman about clubs founding libraries in early 1900s. One at Kalamazoo, was the first established by a club. Elaine Peters had Co- theme games. Elaine conducted the business meet- Roll call was answered with a experience. A Read-a- was set for Oct. 26 from 9 to 11 Guest readers will be sharing y 15 minutes. If you can&apos;t for the entire time, this will be a hear some noted people read. :ram is part of the All America by Federated Clubs. Baxa and Nevada Vetter s of interest from the Sixth Convention in Ellsworth. Theresa gave a fitting memorial ice for deceased district members. the district president. 2003 )n will be hosted by this club the place and date to be set later. The group decided to share in the Jewell Chamber of :e meals. Members were re- ff the creative writing contest and club members. A letter Christmas gift ideas was read Beloit Juvenile Correction Facil- Hostesses were Florence Jones and resa Baxa. to qualify for piano auditions Darcie Gibson and Laura Butts, Jewell High School sopho- mores, partici- pated in piano auditions re- cently, spon- sored by the Kansas Music Teachers As- sociation at Fort Hays Gibson State Univer- sity, Hays. Both were selected to progress to e Kansas State Honors Auditions in Nov. 16. These auditions are Kansas district level of MTNA national auditions. Performers were from grade six +o++! + ' + + performers required to !.: two from his- :' : i ! ' :: , ..... Vatelyrhey studYwith + i!i!i:: :ky Burgess, + '- tell. ..... Parents of the Butts teve and Butts and Chuck and Judy Wide Clean-Up New officers were installed in COncordia District United Methodist Women at the district meeting recent y at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church. Sally Engel (left) was installed as district vice president, and Mary Mayhew, district president. District UMW meet at Jewell church Jewell Trinity United Methodist Women hosted the Concordia District annual UMW meeting Saturday in Jew- ell., Mankato Harmony UMW wa a co-host and women from Montrose United Methodist Church assisted. PastorTerry Mayhew led Commun- ion Selwice, assisted by women from Jewell, Mankato and Concordia. Ron Willis was morning speaker. Music was by Mary Ann Kibbe and Jan McCollough, piano duet; a marimba solo by Carolyn Abram; a vocal solo by Sherilyn Kadel; and several num- bers by Mankato Harmony Bell Choir. Among the retiring officers was Rosalie Menhusen, secretary, Mankato. 2003-04 officers were instal led by pas- tor Terry Mayhew and Fawna Barrett. Officers IYom Jewell County are Mary Mayhew, president; Sally Engel, vice president; Elaine Smith, secretary; Shirley Varney, spiritual growth chair- man; Coralyn Kaufman, program re- sources; Shirley Snider, nominations chairman. The noon meal was served at the community center by the Jewell Day Care Board. Mankato City utility report Connects: David Rohla, 411 N. Center. Disconnects: Ila May Rohla, 316 N. Center. Jewell Auxiliary hosts officers District American Legion Auxil- iary officers, Barbara Lewellyn, Belleville, and Delores Houltberg, Salina, and the American Legion Ser- vice Officer, Jim Thull, made a lun- cheon stop at the Jewell Post Home recently. Thull spoke on VA programs and services. The Legion won the coffee CUl 6 for having more memberships by Sept. 1. The women collected the dues and assessments. The noon meal was served by Aux- iliary members. Jewell Count)" Ambulance report Oct. 15: Darlene Sobers, Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital to Jewcll County Hospital. Oct. 17: Gabe Nejeschchleb, Jewell Cotmty Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital. Football standby at Jewell. Oct. 18: Football standby at Mankato. Oct. 19: Roger Furst, Webster County Hospital to Mary Lanning, Hastings. r- os. Jensen honored for service to Kansas Petroleum Industry George Jensen, president of Jensen Oil and Gas Company Inc., Mankato, was recently awarded the Kansas Dis- tinguished Service Award by fellow members of the Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association of Kansas at the association's 87th an- nual convention recently in Wichita. The distinguished service award is the highest honor bestowed on an indi- vidual by the statewide association rep- resenting members of the independent petroleum marketing and convenience store industry in Kansas. Jensen has been a member of the PMCA Board of Directors since 1980 and served as president of the associa- tion in 1986. Jensen has actively par- ticipated on numerous committees for PMCA, and has held many leadership positions in local civic and church or- ganizations. He is a former president of the Mankato Chamber of Commerce and the USD 278 School Board. Jensen was also a member of Emergency Pre- paredness Committee during Gover- nor Mike Hayden' s term of office, and has served as member and president of the Jewell County Commercial Devel- opment Committee. Jensen is the 10th recipient of the annual award. Jensen was accompanied to the awards lunchebn by his wife, Marlys; daughter, Deb Boyles, Mankato, and on, Jay Jensen, Lindsborg. The Jensens are also the parents of Kevin Jensen, Boston, Mass., and Janae Jensen, Overland Park. They have six grandchildren and two step-grandchil- dren. More flower show results Results of the petunia category in the flower show at the Jeweil Corn Show were not included in last week's newspaper: One stem single, Ron Zentz, blue; Lois Oplinger, red; Pat Zent z, white. Three stems single, Janet Birdsell, red; One stem double, Leo Birdsell, blue; Shirley Simmelink, red; Norene Dietz, white. I Tbank yo00t!! To the members and many friends of the Jewell County Historical Society who assisted with the Farmer's Market. Your donations of time and food were much appreciated. A special thanks to Lorraine Simon for coordinating the event. Jewell County Hospital report Admissions., Oct. 16: Edwin Dunstan, Montrose. Dismissals. Oct. 16: Rudolph Blecha, Mankato. Craft show set for Saturday in Beloit The 23rd annual Delphian Arts and Craft Show is Saturday at the Munici- pal Building in Beloit from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. Featured are area craftsmen with varied projects of wood, country calico, crochet, wheat weaving, dried flow- ers, clothing, Santa Claus items, wall hangings and other items. There will be approximately 70 booths. Lunch with homemade pies will be served. Delphian Club is a community ser- vice organization and gives scholar- ships to local high school students, as well as supporting the hospital, park and Hospice. I)odd honored at KSU Timothy Dodd, Carrington, N.D., formerly of Mankato arid a graduate of Mankato High School, was honored recently by Kansas State University College of Agriculture at an Agricul- tural Alumni Association Recognition Banquet on campus. Dodd, 1977 K-State graduate in milling science and management and currently president and chief execu- tive officer for Dakota Growers Pasta Company in North Dakota, won the Outstanding Young Alumnus award. Dld has led Dakota Growers Pasta Company through three expansions and an acquisition to make the company the third-largest pasta manufacturer in North Americqa. Dodd's parents are the late Jim and Rachel Dodd. Thank You A thank you to my friends and family who made my birthday a happy occasion with cards, flowers, visits, invitations and the spe- cial birthday cake. Thursday, October 24, 2002 Local teachers honored by students Several local teachers have been honored by their former students in the seventh edition of Who' s Who Among America's Teachers, 2002. The teachers were selected by their former students who are currently listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students or The National Dean's List. Students were requested to nomi- nate the one teacher from their entire academic career who "made a differ- ence in their lives." Local educations named were Mary Sawyer, Esbon and Burr Oak; Gail Aurand, Courtland; Jennifer Adolph and Kristi Vetter, Jewell and Randall; Robert Becker, Sherill Danieis, Dean Heekethom, Teresa Terpening and Linda True, Mankato. Diehl in KSU honors program Emily Diehl, Burr Oak, a freshman in secondary education at Kansas State University, has been selected to par- ticipate in the honors program. Diehl's parents are Mac and Tracie Diehl, Burr Oak. Randall church wome,! qtiitt Guests and members at a rec meeting of Randall United Churc Women accomplished much quiltinl Guests were Betty Ma?.,v, Joerg and Betty Kibbe. Barb Ramsey present:c:i devution "Miracle Happenings in (;.,d's Will. Roll call was answered wilh een tricks from yesteryear. Not remembered doing anything, but coul tell stories on the tricks pulled by men and boys of their day. The Nov. 2 bazaar menu was a proved. The late Fem GriMtts remembered for her years of service 1 Gleaners Guild and later the UCW. doll she had given will be auctioneer this year's bazaar. Mark Baxa will [ unable to attend, but his felloW tioneer, Norm Miller, will bc lfis placement. The next meeting, Oct. 3i will be a work day |by the bazaar. Hostess was Gerry Joerg. Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. Oct. 14: Marjori, Mosey, Mankato; Oct. 16 Helle Colson, Cawker City. Dismissals. Oct. 14: Franklin Ros. Jewell; Oct. 18: Velva Wesselowski Jewell; Hellen Colson, Cawker City. Republic School House 1 Sunday, Oct. 27 I Sponsored by the Republic United Methodist C;, : c:h Craft & Country Store starts at 3 p.m. Eye of Round Steak Supper from 5 to 7 p.m. Handicapped Accessible, Ample Parking ad <,3;tt it TItAArK YOU ' Thanks so much to everyone wh(, ,,+i;, ! ,' my fall. A special thank to tc<)(t ,Jm,: d , Bert and Audrey Diamond, Jewc!! t;ctmty ; , crew, and Jewell County Hospitai. the car( ,, ; calls, hospital visits and flowers arc all so apiw :   : I am so lucky to live in such a caring cornmu Mary Boyd gt. Tharo=a'00 Co, a goup Day Mankato City Court Samantha A. Roush, Formoso, Jmel00 CO HhSToRca[ $0fltt Hazel g0R Tuesday, Nov. 5 speeding, 37/20, fined, *64. , ->St. Theresa's Catholic Church .1 ' i Mankato, Kan. iil    Serving , , a.m. to 7 p.m. chin, Ve00et.0000e C.0000.en .ooa00e Soup  ..... ,aqunicipai euilding ,-- , Sandwiches and pie ;, :2: .,i{ Saturday, Oct. 26 + 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- 70 Booths Sl Admission sot your Inspect on Sponsored by: Delphian Club of Beloit ' Victorian Style Horn : 501 North Center, Mankato, l,;;a. , Day MONDAY, Oct. 28 Items will be picked up at normal trash vickuvlocations. Sin.all items should'be bagged. ,-all the citv office at 428-3600 if you havre large or heavy items to dispose of. --- C.--.;,e" 00ooa '. Drive I Wednesday, Oct. 30 i 6:30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. The Catholic and Methodist Youth, of Mankato, Kan., will collect canned food or unopened items. THANK YO U Leave on porch with the lighten for pick up. i I wish to thank my I Costume or Black ,o '00ily="'ien+'or I Halloween DanG e many cards, letters, , Iknowawomanof //- 7d;:a;:ld I F L' - strengthandbeauty. // hfilleTwe;: FtI have watched her for years. //// nthehospitalandnow riday, Oct. 25  She is mm/her i" ,o.0000oun, . o0m++n+t0000 May God bless you. ] 3aJ d, (Come help celebrate %' I Oa.  George s 60th birthday!)  LmVetmWinslozo I00CRITTER'SI DiKIIIlalIIIJaZZ |  107 E Main Mankato, Kan 66956 [I ! rlt117 presented by I - 785-378-3806 i ,d -  '+!00000000!iTheatre Friends in Harmony Sunday, Nov.3 Oct. 24=27, 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. ' 00E-RVING SARA With all our love + ,/! Smill Center High School Auditorium ,u.,Matthew Perry) is a ( ,  'l 10Wn'anJ-o'ut process server racking the elusive Sara (Eliza- eth Hurley) to deliver divorce apers from her rich and adul- ?rous Texan husband (Bruce ;ampbell). When he corners ara, she make him an offer of q million to neglect his duty lnd help her husband first in a ass patriarchal state. RATED PG-13 r crucle humor, sexual Oct. 26, 12:30 p.m. LIKE MIKE :ii:+: :;t Mark, Mike & Sharla and family, Monte & Gina and boys, and Wes & Melinda Wagno s Joan Brooekolman Fealudng: . Sound Alliance " Men's Barbershop Quartet and I, Friends in Harmony Ladies' Barbershop Chorus $5 Admission includes desert bar and "Afterglow'" i :REE MOVIE Fall Festival Sunday, Oct 2 to 4 p.m. ' r This property is a Victorian style home, to b sold at auction, Saturday, Nov. 9 at 10 a.m., was built in 1888 on ,t corne in the central part of town. (Lot 6 and South 32 feet of I,c,t 5, Blo,  , Original Town of Mankato, Kan.) Taxes for 2002 my! :il prio t by sellers, 2001 estimated taxes were $471.95 li  < !s of (possibly four) bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, old orna! :>ii, woody' modern kitchen cabinets and utility room with v, ,  !ld dpy hookups. It would make someone a very nice honc. Auctioneer-Real estate Broker at 402+74G-tL:: 3. For a personal showing, contact II ill ----  Steve and B+,"+++ ;+++ Wil! s ....,....v. ?+:'++++OLIIL"!7 =;:+/;; :+: +?: -'- to be sold at , Randall Bazaa00 at y, S urda Nou. Supper from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. Ruction starts about 7 pro. 7 Web,si e: WWW !l'll{;:/J 7"r 7; CC: )i I CON2 E-mail: info@ w'+a., `+ >+ , !. col+ This quilt was made in 1935 by Prisciil Club member& ;+ blocks were donaWd bv Bemmd Mclroy. Names shown on the quilt are: Esther McEIroy, Myrtle Thomas, Gmc+ Arderson, Nellie Easter, Jessie Leone Hogue, Effie Zimmer, Bertha Eli; t, Tommy Cash, He,' Smith, Bernice Taylor, Bertha Frye, Florence Tiee, Doth;   o Minnie Barrett, Olive Knowlton, Gertrude Durham, Emma McE '< , r Ashbaugh, Emma Vance, Helen Flinn, Ina Kaad, Neva McEiroy, mr= !:, Beulah Elliott, Mary McEtroy and Bertha Gree,-kurg ' If you can't attend, you may send bid to: Charlotte Anderson,, po Box 122, Randall, Karl, t ,9", lib l l/m