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Noller wed in Hays Alison Denise Kinsey and Christo- Lee Noller, both of Hays, were Sept. 7 at Trinity Lutheran Hays, officiated by the Rev. A. Strasen. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Kinsey, Mankato, and Stan and Russell. of honor was Jolene Maley, Bridesmaids were Michelle Pratt, and Molly Swank, sisters of the bride. )wer girl was Anna Swank and bearer. Both are Wichita. Iest man was Jason Ney, Hays; were Loren Schroeder, Fla., and Jerod Kinsey, brother of the'bride. were Craig Dewey, Agra, Keller, Hays, and Shane Dent, Noller, brother of the groom, and Swank, Wichita. roses }laced on the altar in honor of the grandparents, Glenn Mark and Faye Kinsey, and Eva Noller and Paul music was provided by :y Cunningham, Ellis, organist. Thompson and Kory both of Ciaflin, were vo- grandmother of the groom, and Claricq Peteete, Hays, uncle and aunt of the bride. the guests and handing programs were Kaylen Schmidt, Amber Dewey, Salina. in of the church after the ng. Hostin the event were Gale y, Burr Oak, uncle Mr. end Mrs. Noller and aunt of the bride, and Bob" and Barb Bremmer, Fort Collins, Colo., uncle and aunt of the groom. Recep- tion servers were Carol and Sharon Oliver, Wamego; Kayla Heptig, Flush; Lanny Maley, Hays; Margaret Colson and Crystal Cosand, Mankato. After the reception and dinner a dance was held at the Golden Ox Pavil- ion in Hays with Frank and Nadine Railsback, Mankato, leading the grand march. Jay Diamond, Hoyt, was the DJ. The bride, a graduate of Mankato High School and Hays Academy of Hair Design, is presently employed at LINK, Inc., Hays, as a computer tech. The groom graduated from Russell High School, served in the Army Re- serves, and is presently employed as a distribution clerk for the United States Post Office, Hays. They are living in Hays after a Caribbean cruise honey- moon. Mankato City utility report 3rendaWilliams, 501 yl Nevins, 307 N. Cen- ,llis Dethloff, 325 S. High. Mac McCammon, 307 Bonnie Kohn, 325 S. High; 'Alexander dba Bob's Inn, 109E. Staters report Jewell Legion Birdseli and Tracy Bohnert lences at Sunflower when Ameri- i Legion and Auxiliary met in Jew- and Bohnert said the Girls experiences inspired them to be- more informed about govern- and the importance of voting. class has been easier for because of Girls State: Both girls to be lawyers. Osage City, which Ey of the day day. She was active in working projects. ran for state treasurer and lobbyist for agriculture girls expressed their apprecia- te the Auxiliary for sponsoring they would go again if it :possible. potluck supper was served.. communications from the Jewell business burglarized J',s Jif-E-Stop, Jewell, was broken into Friday sometime before 3:45 a.m. when the Jewell County Sheriff'.s De- partment received a 911 call. A door was open and a window was broken at the place of business located on Highway 14. Items reported missing were sev- eral cases of beer and cartons of ciga- rettes. The burglary is underinvestiga- tion and the sheriffs department re- quests anyone having information about the incident to call. Formoso City Council meets Formoso City Council members learned that sewer pond construction is complete when they met recently. Ben Free reported on the construc- tion project and said grass seeding needs to be completed. How to fill cell No. 2 to the required water level was discussed but no decision was made. There are also several meter pits from the old system that need to be filled. Vickie Stafford, mayor, presided at the meeting. Routine business was con- ducted. Other items of business were con- sidered: There is a problem with-a dog running loose. III IIIIIII I Mankato Weather i Bill Wood, observer Tuesday, Nov. 12 59 25 Wednesday, Nov. ! 3 60 36 Thursday, Nov. 14 54 27 Friday, Nov. 15 46 26 Saturday, Nov. 16 55 26 Sunday, Nov. 17 62 24 Monday, Nov. 18 56 32 Moisture for week .07. Total moisture for year 23.04 Burr Oak Christmas home tour is Dec. 8 The. Annual Burr Oak Festival of Christmas Trees and Home Tour is Sunday, Dec. 8 from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event is sponsored by Burr Oak Museum Board and hosted bythe mu- seum and library boards. The tours will begin at the museum where tour participants must register. Refreshments will be served: Homes on the tour are the historic three-story Victorian of Ken and Kay Garman and the country home of Oren and CarlaUnderwood, two miles south- west of Burr Oak. The Garman home is known to many as the Wellman house. It has stained glassed windows, an open staircase and has always been a "stand out" along, the south edge of Burr Oak. The Underwood home is a 100- year-old farmhouse, remodeled and featuring a recent addition to the east side. The museum and library will fea- ture theme-decorated Christmas Trees and, this year, nativity scenes will be added to the displays. Anyone wishing to display a decorated tree or nativity scene may contact Alma Garman. The museum will be open the after- noon of Dec. 6 for displays to be set up. Moran takes summer intern applications Congressman Jerry Moran is ac- cepting applications for summer Con- gressional internships in the Washing- ton, D.C., at the Hays and Hutchinson offices. Intern responsibilities include as- sisting the Congressman and his staff with legislative administrative projects. Preference will be given to students from the First Congressional District who have completed a minimum of two years of college course work. Applications for summer intern- ships will be accepted through March !. Interested applicants are also en- couraged to apply for internships dur- i,lg the fall and spring semesters. To apply for an internships, stu- dents should submit the completed application form, cover letter, resume, college transcript and three letters of reference. The cover letter should ex- plain their interest in the internships and the goals they hope to obtain from pan!cipation. My own interest in public service started with a Congressional intern- ship in Washington in 1974," Moran said. "My hope is that students are able to gain skills and learn more about making a difference, which they can take back and utilize in their communi- ties". In order to ensure timely receipt of the application, students are encour- aged to fax their applications to 202- 225-5124. MHS math team gets 2nd at FHSU relays The Mankato High School Math Relay Team captured the second place plaque at the 25th annual Fort Hays State Math Relays on the campus of Fort Hays State University Nov. 14. A total of 29 I-A school partici- pated. Mankato scored 13.25 points; Ashland earned first place with 24.75 points. Mankato placed 18th overall, com- peting against 72 schools at the relays. The sophomore team of Nick Newell, Elizabeth Wilson and Meghan Warne placed first in the algebraic manipulations event. Reba Liggett tied for second place in her 1 lth grade event, algebraic ma- nipulations. Also competing for the Cougar team were Trevor Elkins, Ross Jeffery, Kyle Lawrence, Brandy Burkhart, Tyler Dunstati, Angie Jensen, Bethany Melby, Moriah Wagner, Beth Gillett, Gayly Wilson, Andrew Pumphrey, Jenna Bleecker, ErickaMelby, Cortney Alexander, Shawna Robbins, Jennifer Waugh, Amanda Black, Sammy Roush, Sara Christie, Sasha Roe, JennaLee Harris, Tracy Everhart, Jes- sica Sudermann, Jason Nelson and Jared Nelson. Women, celebrities event is Saturday The "David Segui Youth, Women and Celebrity Pheasant Hunt" is set for Saturday at Glenn Elder State Park. Several professional athletes and other celebrities have accepted the in- vitation to participate. The event is designed to recruit new hunters, en- courage beginning hunters and pro- vide excitement for "old timers." The trap shoot is at Glen Elder State Park Visitor Center from 1:30t05 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Dog training and bird cleaning dem- onstrations will occur throughout the afternoon. The days activities conclude with a banquet Saturday night at 7 p.m. at the Memorial Hall in Downs. Guaranty State gets go-ahead on banks Guaranty State Bank and Trust Company, Beloit, announced Tuesday the finalization of its purchase of the Esbon and Burr Oak Banks from Mid- America Bank, Baldwin City. Both banks will now be named Guaranty State Bank and Trust Com- pany. Roberta Lorence, Diana Reed, Eula Silsby, Lorie Waugh and Peggy Wil- son will continue to serve customers of the Esbon and Burr Oak banks. Doug Johnson, president of Guar- anty, said he and the Beloit staff have enjoyed meeting and getting to know the people of Esbon and Burr Oak. Staff at the three locations look forward to helpifig people by provid- ing fihancial Ser;czces and support for the Esbon and Burr Oak communities andsurrounding area. Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. Nov. 17: Betty New- ton, Jewell. Dismissals. Nov. 13: Betty New- ton, Jewell; Nov. 15: Emma Fobes, Jewell. Thursday, November 21, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B The family of Phyllis and Joe Doyle (seated), Webber, were recently recognized as Jewell County 4-H Family of tk Year. Members of the Doyle family are (standing, from left) Crystal Behrends, Glen Behrends, Becky Behrends, Bratt Behrends, Rhonda Elledge, Steve Elledge, Kendra Elledge and Nick Elledge. The Doyle's son, Darrell, is not pictured ' Jewell County assisted in picking up and sorting nut Jewell County sales products. ambulance .report Members completed the require- Friendship Meals Nov. 12: Betty Pierce, Red Cloud ment for the"Girl Scouting in the USA" ...... Nursing Home to Mary Lanning Hos- badge. Nov. 25 through Nov. 29 pital; Judy Mitchell, residence, Jewell, Everyone made a "good deed Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce, to Mitchell County Hospital. catcher" which helped reinforce the tossed salad with celery, green pep- Nov. 14: Blake Davis, residence. Girl Scout Promise and Law. Emily pers, garlic bread, hot spiced peaches. Esbon, to Webster County Hospital; Mallory gave a presentation about the Tuesday: Broccoli cheese soup, Lillian Wolfe, residence, Mankato, to activities she completed to earn the cran-apple salad, crackers, whole wheat Republic County Hospital. "Art to Wear" badge. Cheyenne Moss muffin. Nov. 15:William Allen, residence, presentedinformationaboutthe"Mak- Wednesday: Roast turkey and Esbon, to Jewell County Hospital. ing Music" badge shy'is working on. gravy, bakedsweet potato, greenbean Nov. 17: Alice Hansen, residence, Members began working on the casserole, wheat roll, spinach dress- Mankato, to Jewell County Hospital. "Caring for Children" badge. Having ing, pumpkin crunch. Nov. 19: Kenneth West, residence, aguestspeakeratthenextmeetingwill Thursaay: Closed Thanksgiving. Mankato, to Jewell County Hospital to complete this badge. Friday: Closed Holiday. Mitchell County Hospital. The meeting was closed with a Meals delivered by Catholic badgeceremonyandafriendshipcircle. Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center The next meeting is Dec. 14 at 11 phone 378-3385. Jewell Junior Girl a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Scouts meet Students make 'Dean's List' Chelsey Greene conducted the flag Borrowers are usually optimists. Several college students from Jew- ceremony when Jewell Junior Girl eli County are listed in the 25th annual Scouts met recently for a regular troop r edition of"The National Dean's List." meeting. Emily Mallory was flag " WQ letter Local students listed are Emily bearer. Trucks DieM, Burr Oak, Cloud County Com- Plans were made for a Christmas munity College; Jennifer Bolte, Jew- supper tentatively scheduled on Dec. ell, Cloud County Community Col- 13. Cheyenne Moss was first toturnin Suitor|or Iblishlng o. lege; Jennifer Burkhart, Mankato, Fort nut sales proceeds. Emily Mallory was Hays State University; Jeremiah Webb, top seller for nut sales. Chelsey Greene ,,, - Mankato, Kansas Wesleyan Univer- " '+' '- c. sity;EricaShamburg, Randall, Baker / 50th Birthday Dance ..,., Uniyersity. ' , , ............ f r opx I] *gl  Students are selected for this honor O bY their cllege deans' registrars r : ! 90ot : II honor society advisors and must be in Ron Whelchel o,," , ,. the upper 10 percent of their class, on + ] -- 30 their school's "Dean's List" or have .t 00iaturday, Nov. earned a comparable honor. Listed .,.do,, o,,i00,o to 00ompe,o for p.m.,o 00,idni,,, t $50,000 in scholarship awards funded 1 by the publisher. I 10 CMain/MTato, Kant718583 I1 The list is published by Educational Communications Inc. 7 E 78 3806 i i office were shared during the meeting. Plans were made soup supper Dec. l 1 at 6:30. ;pecific item for the members may bring snacks or commander, presided meeting. Members have a display rack built to ay photos and asked the Auxiliary Permission was granted for use of the city hall room Nov. 13 for a potluck dinner. Boyer Roofing, who maintains the city hall room, has been sold to Giessler Roofing in Concordia. Shelter house floor has been re- paired. PRIDE will hold the community Christmas supper Dec. 8. Santa Claus OAW'S- ..... Ig00'( GUN SHOP I Jewell Kansas Bay -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chane 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunshop @ nckcn.com -Tkank I want to thank all the people who attended my birthday party at Critter's and for all the cards and gifts, God bless, everyone! photos with appropriate will distribute candy. Jack D. Bradrick M!ssion Thrift Shop Mankato, Kan Will be CLOSED ,Frldav, Nov; 29 hanksglving: Holiday B ,.eo,en Monday, Dec. 2 he E thank th, 1-4:30 p.m: community and others who attended our soup supper. We woulci also like to thank the following merchants for their donations: 785-378-3172 Witherspoon plays anie Carmichael, a hot York fashion designer gaged to the son of k mayor, but first to return to her humble divorce her small-town husband she left rid. RATED PG-13 : sexual content. 22-24, 7:30 p.m. Esbon Grocery Esbon Grain Critters WalMart I.C. Metal Art * The McMlemorefamily J CHRI.00TMA.00 OPEN Hou.qE .qafurdag. Nov. 23 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Crazy Mountain Christmas Candles Santas ~ Nutcrackers ~ Porcelain dolls Snowmen ~ Leanin' Tree Christmas Cards "Willow Tree" Angels and Nativity Sets Come have some refreshments andshop while the kids are at the movie in the Community Center! The Scoop HAPPY 40 m ANNIVER_qARY r John and Lila Frod! I Coming Soon!!! at your local area HUM Church basement Mankato, Kan. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR [ [+" Saturday, Dec. 7 I WI Beginning 8 a.m. ( i l/ w.,=h for details in next week's q Jewell County Record ._,,",r, ..... ill i --. III Free!!! ;a|llj lay mght at the movies : K-8th grade -'_ Saturday, Nov. 23 7 p.m.  Jewel] Community Center Pop and popcorn will be furnished Sponsored by the dewell 2ommerce J ///I Mankato High School I Drama Department presents 4 V CINDERELL_00 Friday, Nov. 22 Saturday, Nov. 23 7 p.m. Mank.ato High School Little Theatre 710 E. Madison Mankato, Kan. ,, i i