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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 21,2002 Jewell County LTC / VFW and Auxiliary members pre- sented a program honoring veterans. Veterans residing in LTC are Sam King, John Sipe, Dean Coder and Billie Kitts. Residents worked on items for the Bazaar. Leann Eilert and daughter, Lydia, visited residents during coffee hour. The men gathered to watch a video about monster trucks. Victor Urbaniak was a guest. Laura Fricker, Harmony United Methodist Church, led worship ser- vices. Her sermon was based on the Psalm 103. Guests attending were Charlotte Roe, Fern Pair, Pat Grout, Doris Kitts, Marr Dempsey and Bob and Add Grimm. Darlene Chapin, Lebanon is assist- ing in LTC activities. She presented history and facts about Veterans day. Later in the day residents played PoKeNo and visited about Yellowstone National Park. Jack and Marilyn Smith gave a book about Yellowstone to LTC. They will soon visit and tell us about their experiences there this past sum- incr. Children from Head Start visited. They colored pictures of scare crows with the residents. Those pictures are now placed in the hallways. Webber Homemakers presented a program on quilts for Tuesday Hap- penings. Members attending were Ruth Hobelman, Irene Brainard, Alta Faye Roper, Clarabelle Hajny and Velda Dahl. They showed many quilts. Darlene assisted residents in mak- ing wooden stars for Christmas deco- rations. Karen Boden and Rosalie Menhusen assisted with music. Veda Houser, Jeanie Blair and Linda Crangle assisted with the games. Winners were Dorothy Leonard, Harry Kindler, Doris Kitts, Libbie Crangle, Eva Sanders and John Sipe. Visitors of Lela Huntsinger were John and Lynette Huntsinger, Sheila Ridings and great-granddaughter, Alexa Frisbie. Rosina Anderson called on Dor- othy Clark. Bob and Ada Grimm visited Eliza- beth Grimm. Pat Grout visited her aunt, Cleo Wilson. Irene McCorkle enjoyed visits from Nancy McCorkle. John and Erma Dillon called on Merle and Ruth Roe. Odessa Homemakers meet Odessa Homemakers met at the Village Cafe, Nov. 12. Those attend- ing were Nola Bess Atwood, Norene Dietz, Glenna Foge,, Mable Marihugh, Veronica Marihugh, Ruth Obert, Dorintha Standley, Wanda Thummel and Audrey Young. The 2002-03 FCE panorama will present lessons and members were urged to attended the special meetings. Nola Bess won the guess box. Students take stage at White Rock Friday White Rock High School students take the stage at the auditorium in Burr Oak Friday night at 7:30 in a comedy presentation, "They Run in Our Fam- ily." The evening begins with a spaghetti supper, sponsored by the senior class, which begins at 5 p.m. The story of the play involves the Central High and Northview High foot- ball game. Central hasn&apos;t won a sports contest for 20 years and Coach Pennywinner, portrayed by Jason Shipley, will be forced to retire unless he wins this big game. Alexander, played by Monte Man- ning, a Northview debater, enters the picture and is mistaken by Coach to be Alexander the Great, Northview' s star football player. Coach Pennywinner believes Alexander m be a spy, and sets up a date for Alexander with his daughter, Pat, (Burgandy Scharff). Pat is not only a sports fanatic but a boy hater, and the conflict heats up ....... Dtht rnembers of the cast are Shree/(riley; Cole Modlin, Lauren Jeffery, Angola German, Stefanie Saw- yer, Ashley Cline, Tyler Cline, Stephanie McEntee, Melanie Kriley, Jeanell Tucker, Erin German, Chelsea Windmuller and Candice Nava. CCCC sponsors workshops Cloud County Community College, Concordia, is sponsoring several work- shops in the area during the month of December. Each class offers eighteen- tact hours and half a college credit. "Effective Personal and Organiza- tional Change Management" workshop is Dec. 5 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church, Smith Center. Instructor is Jenni Reling, MS, trainer and consultant. "Psychological Disorders in Child- hood and Adolescence" is scheduled Dec. 3 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. In- structor is Beth Carlgren, MA. "Interpretation of Laboratory Re- sults" workshop is Dec. 4 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Republic County Hos- pital, Belleviile. Instructor is Marsha Wentz, MT (ASCP) , ! I Ill I 'EMT CLASS ' EMT Classes will be held in Conc0rdia, Kan., at the Concordia Fire Department. Any Jewell County residents interested in becoming EMT Certified please contact Jewell County EMS for more information. We are looking for people throughout the county to first respond to medical Emergencies in your communities. If you would be interested in helping out your community, please let us know. !1 Contact us at 785-378-3069 or stop by the It j Office if yo u would like information, rt In a scene from the Mankato High School production of "Cinderella," Kyle Laurence, the handsome pdnce, entices Cinderella, Shawna Robbins, to try on the glass slipper. The performance is Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. at Mankato High School Little Theater. 'Cinderella' appears on MHS stage Resource Mankato High School students per- form in the all school play, "Cinderella," Friday and Saturday evening at 7. This classic story will come to life with all the ingredients that have made it a favorite; the ragged and loving Cinderella, portrayed by Shawna Robbins; her cruel stepmother, played by Jenna Bleecker; Gayle Wilson and Reba Liggett do duty as the selfish stepsisters. Kyle Lawrence appears as the handsome prince and Sasha Roe is the fairy godmother. Othr cast members are Jessica Eaton, Angle Jonson, Jason Flavin, Moriah Wagner, Tyler Dunstan, Eliza- beth Wilson, Cortney Alexander, Ericka Meiby, Amanda Black, Casey Newell, Maggie Costanadt, Joann Ranstead, Jessica Suderman, Sara Christie, Meghan Warne, Robert Whelchei, Trenton Webb, Daniel Bad- ger and Clara Collins. Stage manager is Alan Wagner. Lights and sound are by Marcus Alvarez and Thadd Hinkle. The direc- tor is Bethany Roe. sponsors The first-time fund raising event, sponsored by the Jewell County Re- source Council, was termed a success by sponsors and organizers. A soup supper and a musical pro- gram featuring the Great Society Sing- ors and musical numbers from each of the Jewell County school music de- partments highlighted the evening. Approximately 200 people attended the event at Mankato High School. Music was provided by members of the White Rock High School chorus, under the direction of Kathy Wiest; piano solos by Jenna Bleeeker and Sierra Koester; a saxophone duet by Sierra Koester and Dena Stephens; vo- cal solos by Samantha Dean and Ashley Lienberger, and the woodwind trio of Clara Collins, Nicole Jeffery and Shawna Robbins. The resource council hosted this event to promote the activities and White Rock High School students will take the stage Friday for the all-school play, "They Run in Our Family." Cast members are (back row, from loft) Sheree Kriley, Cole Modlin, Monte Manning, Lauren Jeffery and Angola German; (front) Stefanie Sawyer, Burgandy Scharff, Ashley Cline, Tyler Cline, Jason Shipley, Stephanie McEntee, Malanie Kriley and Jeanell Tucker. Cast members not pictured are Erin Garman, Chelsea Windmuller and Candice Nava. 4-H News Mankato Eager Beavers Guessing the number of candy corns in ajar was the roll call at the Novem- ber meeting of the Mankato Eager Bea- vers 4-H Club. Rob Wilson won the jar of candy with a guess of 205. The actual count was 213. A total of $66.65 from the food stand at the Mankato Fall Fest was donated to the Helping Hands food pantry. I The group decided the next com- munity project would be for each fam- ily to bring $3 to the next meeting to donate for a gift for the Angel tree. Leaders reported the next 4-H coun- cil meeting on Nov. 18. Treasurer reported a balance of $222. Program included talk on photog- raphy, Elizabeth Wilson; health and safety, Tyler E. on gun safety; music I Jim Stone's jp0000'w--OUN ShOp New and Used Guns I Cleaning and Repair Olive Hill Road Phono 786-647-8071 appreciation by Bianca B. She sang 'Hot Cross Buns' to the sounds of Brandon B. playing it on the recorder. Recreation was playing musical chairs led by Robbie D. The hosts for this meeting were the Baumans and Collins. Southeast Coyotes The Southeast Coyotes 4-H met at the .Clifford Vetter barn a party and wiener roast. The business meeting was held in the Vetter basement. Roll call was answered by 17 members, eight new members, two tag alongs, two leaders and 17 parents. Monthly meetings will be held on the third Monday of each month. Election of officers was held. New offi.cers are Mark Peters, president; Julie Heel, vice president; Devin Jones, secretary; Jerry Peters, treasurer; Joey Buser, reporter; Shelby Barrett, Judy Cleary, Julie Heel, historian; Brittany Joerg, Rebecca Heel, Luke Peters, rec- reation leaders; Patricia Cleary, Josh Buser, Briana Heel, safety leaders; Shelby Barrett, Crystal Mitchell, song leaders; Caleb Ramsey, parliamentar- Fax paper Ink Cartridges File Cabinets tan; Mark Peters, Caleb Ramsey, coun- cil representatives. The program was Parent's Night. The Mitchell family had a project talk on food handling. Parliamentary pro- cedure on the order of business for a meeting was given by the Heel family. The Ramsey family gave atractor safety talk and the Peters family had a club project talk on Kansas crops. A bumble bee song was led by the Joerg family. A haunted house and games were played in the barn after a wiener roast. Ionia By Roseanna Foster A large crowd attended the com- munity Thanksgiving dinner at the church Sunday. Donations of pies for the Glen Tho- mas sale Nov. 26 would be appreciated by the Limestone Valley Women who will serve the sale. Pies may be left at the church by 9 a.m. that day orgiven to one of the women to take. Scooter Frakes' mother died this week. Loretta Ault continues as a patient at the Mitchell County Hospital. Her sons, Richard. and Leon, have been visiting her. Lucille Kenney and Rosanna Fos- ter visited Lucille's cousin, Wallace those arriving for church and Dick served as usher. Darica Bohnert and Sami Loomis served as acolytes. Gloria Schlaefli and Ann Colson provided the music. The children were tempted to put their hand into a bag with a mouse- trap in it during the children's sermon. Chance Colson went for it. Chance Colson played a piano solo and Darica Bohnert and Laura Butts played a pi- ano duet. " ii i . . Dick and Gloria Schlaefli spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Bill and Brandy Schlaefli, Anne and Maryssa, McPherson. They made the acquaintance of their new granddaugh- ter, Maryssa Lyn. On the way to McPherson they stopped and visited Darin Garman and his guest, Becky White, Wichita, at Darin's home in Salina. Randall UCW meet United Church Women metrecently and devotions were Thanksgiving thoughts shared by members. A positive bazaar report was given. Members signed for dates to serve or give devotions in 2003. Yearbooks will be assembled at the next meeting, Dec. 11. Bring a favorite greeting card for the cover. A love gift went to Challen Ramsey for setting up tables for events was I i I November is National Hospice Mont:h n , to time thank allthe 00those whohave |enerously o:1 Ime, t00ent and ations to serve 00ec] dly ill and their tiles- Your local' hospice is decated to our Patie"ts' needs and especially their pain and symptom management as well as supportive services to the family and bereavement counseling for the family up to a year after their loved ones's death. Solomon Valley Hospice is a department of Mitchell County Hospital. All funds donated to SVH remain in our local commu- nities. SVH is located at 310 W. 8, Beloit, Kan. f Happy We wish you a blessed qhanksgiving and our prayers and wonderful memories are with our hospice patients and their loved ones. Rubber Stamps Full line of office suonliesl The Superkx" Exl:)r' 148 E. Third, Supedor 402-879-3291 111 E. Main, Mankato -402-879-3191 and Mary Quattlebaum and family at Clay Center. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli greeted approved. A quilt was put in the frames for Nella Rose Flinn. Karen Matteson was hostess. na .e.r!ct ,- to CRP Participants CRP participants are reminded that the final date to I Farmway I Hay-Graze CRP acreage previously released for the It' Credit Union I Emergency drought conditions is Saturday, Nov. 30, I - Mankato I 2002. If haying was approved the final date to remove I I d bales from the CRP is Sunday, Dec. 15, 2002. Ir m | Monday, Nov. 25: I | Junior High Basketball at | | Mankato vs Glen Elder. i I Saturday, Nov. 30: I sc00oo/00oot00o, ,,-ma. I I JEWELL I | Monday, Nov. 25: | i Junior High Basketball at i Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, Amedcan Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice _ Response Unit, Intemet jj Member Access.  Pizza Hut Z-- 'dL  be open Wednesday, Nov. 27 4-9 p.m. Wednesday Night Special: Any large pizza for $9 99 Closed Thursday, Nov. 28 THANKSGIVING DAY e / 115 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Kan. 785-378 3064 / Council ' event focus of this newly formed county organization. Teachers program, with Am Anderson as educator s council programs. fled to work with from birth to a parenting skills and to velopment. A second program the council is a two-day school program. noted by Vickie Zadina elementary students and all are invited to don and nutrition based after school on Tuesdays days. The council members expand this program into the. and Members of the resource meet monthly on the second at 11 a.m. to conduct interested individuals and urged to participate. organized as a 503 (c) and is eager to sponsor grants. The door event were Anna Soash, Don Simmelink, Leslie Walker, Shirley Shelby Barrett, Nancy Taneile Peroutek, Vernon Morris, Robert Walker, Switzer, Janelle Greene, Heskett, Steve Rob[ins,onl Coralyn Kaufman, Audrey Jack Dean, Marilyn Bighorn, Ida Peroutek Darlene Walker, Council members sert for Saturday's supper bers who assisted tions and hosting the cluded Mike and Connie Barrett, Lesa and Jim and Ann Colson, Dave Wame, Anderson, Gary Tordrup, Vamey, Laura Fricker Jude Matter, Patricia Deanna Sweat.  Northbranch By Ruth Glover . Church greeter McNichols. Usher Dan Garman, and Brad Jeffery. Guise was son .leader with Jeffery played the organ Travis Hockett and Charles and his two Kansas City area. Friends Women met wit McNichols as hostess. projects were morning. After the noon, the regular ducted by Marilyn C. dent. Nine members call. Loyce Jeffery gave Devotions. Nov. 24 the annual dinner will follow the ship. _,,,t80.  Nov. 30 there is a "corne/, 's reception to celebrate Walter "1 98th birthday at the John Dill0e from 2 to 4 p.m Arlen Roberson, Wichita, Roberson, in the area and were in the Earl Buckley John and Erma Wichita to attend a Youth gram in which Fenster, was playing were overnight guests Lori Dillon. Bob and Pat Byrnes, were overnight guests and Edith Ayres. One day Edith met her brother had lunch 1 Earl and and Velma Lee Smuck in Deshler Thursday Pastor Appreciation night. Glen and Pats of l<.evin and Susan ily, Wichita. Mike Wallace, parents, Glenn and Betty Erma Dillon re' and Jeri Shute have has gone to the printer. Round bale feeders, 8.foot ..... Corral panels, 5xl Corral panels, 5xl Panel trailers ........................... Gooseneck hitch, 3.point ...... Car trailers, 18-fo Utility trailers, 5x8 .......... ; ....... Utility trailer, 5x10 ................... Utility trailer, 6x10 ............. 16 ga. square tubing, f" 16 ga, square tube, t .... 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