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I Dayhuff-Jenkins women's sets projects Betty James rted at a recent ing of Jewell Community Chris- tmas service is to donate items to Heartbeat ' Center. These items are to at the school or Jewell Lumber 1 through Dec. 20. "Change for Life" containers were to interested parties. resident, presided. ey Simmelink read "Color Blind" evotions. A thank you note was from The Heartbeat Pregnancy members decided to give the Jewell Junior-Senior High music department to be used to -new music Marisa iris for two names the Angel Tree. Carol Matter the CCW supplies have been A silent auction was held featuring items to chose from. Host- Boden, Rachel Engel, Flinn and Sherilyn Kadel. next meeting is Jan. 27 at 7:30. a friend month with Helen "Treasure ." A reminder was given to sisters daughters dur- the holidays. engagement Josh and Austin Haas, Branson, Mo., announce the engagement of their mother, Melinda Dayhuff, Sabetha, to Steve Jenkins, also of Sabetha. Melinda graduated from Sabetha High School in 1993 and is currently employed at the Apostolic Christian Home. Steve graduated from Marysville High School in 1989 and is employed by Union Pacific Railroad. Parents of the bride-to-be are Bill and Charlene Seville, Marysville. Grandparents are Richard and Midge Oliver. Burr Oak. Parents of the bridegroom-to-be are Diane and Dave Thieme, Sabetha, and Ralph and Chris Jenkins, Marysville. Grandparents are Dan and Fran Ander- son and Florence Jenkins, all of Sabetha, and LaVonne Thieme Jaros, Bern: A March 15 wedding date has been set. Jewell County Friendship Meals Dec. 2 through Dee. 6 Monday: Baked fish, baked potato, creamed peas, onions and pimento, wheat roll, brownie. Tuesday: Beef tips, brown sauce over noodles, asparagus, oatmeal muf- tiff, peaches. Wednesday: Chili with beans, tossed salad; crackers, cinnamon roll. Thursday: Roast beef, mashed po- tatoes, gravy, cauliflower AuGratin, wheat roll, apricots. Friday: Chicken and noodles, peas, wheat roll, strawberries and peaches. Meals delivered by Rebecca Circle. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Retired group elects same officers NARFE Crossroads Chapter 739 met recently and the nominating com- mittee reported all current officers will stay in office. The officers are Bohman Kunc, Belleville, let vice president; Karl Fry, Belleville, 2nd vice presi- dent .and chaplain; Alice Seaman, Belleville, secretary-treasurer-reporter. Roll call was answered by 13 mem- bers with a joke. Anthony Seaman, Alzhemiers chairman, gave a report on Births Chad and Larnna Parker, Winfield, announce the birth of their son, Audrick Joseph, born Nov. 11. He weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces. Grandmother is Dixie McElroy. Great-grandparents are Mr. arl Mrs. Duane McElroy, Saline, and the late Joan McElroy. Birth announcement Travis and Jess/ca McEIroy, Tescott, announce the birth of their daughter, Whitley Camille, born Nov. 18. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and has an older sister Kaylin. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Duane McElroy, Saline, and the late Joan McEIroy. USDA announces farm bill forum USDA Rural Development State Director Chuck Banks announced an upcoming 2002 Farm Bill Forum Dec. 17 at the Bicentennial Center in Saline. The purpose of this event is to present the new Rural Development provision offered under the 2002 Farm Bill, along with reviewing economic development pi'ograms already being delivered by the Agency. During Fiscal year 2002, Rural Development in Kansas delivered nearly $19 million in business and industry loans and grants, along with over $40 million in water and waste disposal programming, resulting in the creation of retention of over 200 jobs. The new 2002 Farm Bill offers many new economic development opportu- nities for the State of Kansas. In addition to Rural Development staff from Kansas and Washington, D.C., who will be presenting program information, USDA Rural Develop- ment Under Secretary Tom Dorr has been invited to deliver opening re- marks. Kansas First District Congress- man Jerry Moran is scheduled to be the luncheon speaker. Banks said, "The 2002 Farm Bill contains many excellent economic de- velopment provisions for rural Kan- sas. The funding of new business projects wilt provide many of our rural communities the opportunities to ex- pand their economic efforts, thus cre- ating more jobs and enhancing their prosperity. USDA Rural Development is very pleased to provide this type of financial assistance to rural Kansas." Members of the board of the Jewell County Farm Bureau are pictured at the recent annual meeting held in Mankato: (from left) Pamela Barry, Jim Dooley, Jason Eilert, Brian Shulda, Mike Bolte, Ed Duskie, Kristi Vetter, Nevada Vetter, Phil Vetter and Vycke German. A total of 100 people were served at thedinner, served by Mankato FFA. Guests were Steve Basccus, state president, and Jerry McReynolds, member of 6th district board of directors. Grandparenting is focus for club "The Art of Grandparenting," a video was the center of the program for the GFWC of Kansas Progressive Study Club Nov. 19 at the home of Fawna Barrett. Man/ca Hoel reviewed articles in GFWC Clubwoman telling of grants available in several areas for clubs. Theresa Baxa defined Thanksgiving and read two poems on home life. The business meeting was con- ducted by Elaine Peters. Communica- tions were read. Lynell Sheahan has donated silk flowers for the containers downtown. Christmas decorations were discussed. Club members will serve Jewell Chamber of Commerce Jan. 13. A book, "Answered Prayers" by Danielle Steele has been placed in the library in memory orAl Baxa. Mem- bers are to hying a small gift for game time and a gift for the Beloit Juvenile Correctional Facility. Jewell County Hospital report Admissions. Nov. 13: Sharon Morrell, Formosa. Dismissals. Nov. 14: Sharon Morrell. Admitted to LTC. Nov. 23: Alice Hanson, Mankato. Tree board members plant trees At the recent meeting of the Man- kato Tree Board, it was reported that 10 blue spruce trees from the Arbor Day Foundation were planted. Other items reported were application for Tree City USA 2002 was being filled out. oMankato is now in the Northwest Forestry District, headquartered in Colby. Accomplishments for 2002 read and reviewed. Discussion about putting limestone rock at the edge of entrances to bridge in the park. Discussed a possible public tree meeting in the near future. Mankato City Court Jason M. Werner, Lamed, speeding 42/30, fined $137. Andrew J. Pumphrey, Mankato, failure to stop, fined $100. Brandy M. Burkhart, Mankato, fail- ure to yield, fined $60. Kyle E. Hanson, Mankato, defec- tive turn signal, fined $70. Chanse M. Maser, Mankato, no tail lights, fined $70. Irene E. Ortman, Mankato, failure to stop, fined $10t3. Kelsey True, Mankato, no registra- tion, fined $70. Mankato City Report how some chapters raise money, which The Jewel/Junior-Senior High Music Department ]l bisconnects: Irene Ross, 122 S. all goes for research, if given through NARFE. A collection was taken. Jewell County roudl resents /;\\;t1 ; P Y P ,:',..; Y;,II An annual letter for 2003 will be Ambulance report ,, ,, .-:',.,.o. The Sounds of Christmas Joy accept ed Decembermailed to allNextmemberSmeitingthe firStis MarchWeek 15of Nov. 20: Randolph Moody, resi- a vocal and/hstrumental celebration of Christmas Music ,i(  art competition ...... " dence Jewell,toMitchellCountyHos- ) ' Congressman Jerry Moran an- at lSeHevme, pital ' / 1 Mndv Dec. 2 'h"epted for the 2003 Congressional. Brownscreek Garden Club Mankato, to Mitchell County Hasp/- 11[ I L School Art Competmon. Stu- TheBrownscreekGardenClubmet tal. 6:30p.m. Us from schools in the First Con- at the home of Candace Durant. Roll Nov. 22: Ruth Rhodes, residence, " :as/anal Districtmay enter their art- call, "'What is your ancestry," was an- Randall, to Mitchell County Hospital; jdewell dr.-Sr. High SehoQI Auditorium rk into the earnest; which will be 'sred by eight members.. Several AndriaStohs, a/zcidehtscenetoJewell .d ' Ro /o//ow /n the Cat Paws Iged in February at the Birger had ancestors from various countries County Hospital; Ella May Maravek, dzenMemoridGallery Lindsborg. who had homesteaded in Kansas. accident scene to Brodstone Memorial etheme for the 2003 Arls Competi- Cleta May Dalrymple gave the lea- Hospital; Frank Maravek, accident nis,,Atthe CenterofDemocracy". son 'Using rocks in your garden or scene to Brodstone Memorial Hasp/-  ni I A panel of judges from Kansas will yard." . tal. . ----,-.- i:::::i:/::i;:,:: "Ctthewinningentry, which willbe December meeting ts the annual Nov. 23: Ruby Dudley, residence,  Bi6hd . :i ...... i! ii  )layed in the U.S. (?apitol for one Christmas party with a gift exchange. Jewell, to Jewell County Hospital to II ! .. In addition, the winning student Husbands are invited. Mitchell County Hospital. Q lbe invited to Washington, D.C., to e part in an awards ceremny with i i ]y You kp lifo .tltng and % r students from across the nation. Il entries are due Jan. 7 and will be THE FLOWER PATCH WILL BE " Cull tdr=uri=l ;play in the Birger Sandzen Me- ,iii 1 Gallery in Lindsborg during the I  aofFebrt, ary. v n,en I CLOSED I o"* We ==re proud ofgoul :elestedstudentsandteacherswhohi'h " I  Th_ I rticipation forms ha e b " s ;!iiiiii' i:ii i  i:::i =scnools in the First District. !i ursday, Nov. 28  Remember wo io obtain further information and i  Friday, Nov. 29 [ * will alw, g,,ova gaul cttheBirgerSandzenMemorial I  Saturdayl Nov. 0 I  [om, Dad,  Lance and Austin " I I I rho Forthe77zanksgivingHoliday! I  5(.,,U7,Oj======= Ii F00lower Patch, LLP., II " afro Ken. * 785-378-3172 I I 102 S. Commercial. Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3950 | I Charles & Della Houghton Sunday, Dec. 15 IIAY dames Bond is back in his 20th . This time the action kicks in high gear in the demilita- d zone between North and Korea where it seems .e Brosnan as 007 has been :d by his own people and not only fight his way back spy game but ats0 stop a environmentalist, who EMT CLASSES EMT Classes will be held in Concordia, 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 launched a satellite with the respond to medical Emergencies in your communities. of the sun. RATED PG-13 If you would be interested in helping out your  O mc22t toY; tPu7 :t71'le8-u;;;;;9 Or stOp by the I p.'7.30 m. illlii Office if you would like information. OLIDAY SPECIAL Take 10% off any frame ordered between now _ Located. in: _._ uecKer 00-iec00rlc and December 14th Heating & AC Orders placed after December 14th 109 E. Main Street can not be guaranteed for Christmas Mak;K8a.;6956 Call Jilla;I;Sntm(785)af3:8;324dtOSse I up an Ope; Modd.asy;. Friday 2-4 p.m. Randall Elementary School Randall, Kan. All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts! Charles Houghton and the former Della Abram were married on Dec. 25,1952. Charles retired as manager of the Randall Co-op in 1995. Della is a homemaker. The open house will be hosted by their son, Roger Houghton and his wife, Bonnie, along with their two grandchildren, Hank and Alya and niece, Norma Conn, all of Randall, Ken. PRIM RIB MEETING Courtland Community Building Monday, Dec. 2 Noon iycogen Seed's newest products: . Herculuxlinsect protection Round-up Ready Corn . White corn varieties 0 New mild GREAT FINANCING PLANt A short meeting will follow the meal. Everyone interested invited!!! Robed Carson & Troy CaT/fiTCh Thursday, November 28, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESE 3B Students get KSU awards More than4,000 students at Kansas Scholarship; $820 Charles N. Tuley State University, including several Scholarship. Michael Elliott: $500 from Jewell County, are scholarship Engineering Scholarships; $820 recipients for this school year. Charles N. Tuley Scholarship; Jenni- The scholarships total $6.6 million, fer Lindberg: $476 Leslee K. and Duane and most are made possible through Cantrell Scholarship; $820 Charles N. donations and gifts to the KSU Faun- Tuley Scholarship. Shown Peterson, dot/on. $1,000 Salina College of Technology Students from Jewell County and Scholarship; $1,600 Julia Hodge Me- the surrounding area are listed here: mar/el Scholarship; $900 Charles N. Burr Oak: Emily Diehl: $1,500 Tuley Scholarship. Katie Reed: $400 KansasGasServiceLeadershipSchol- Gayly Foster Alumni Club Scholar- arship and Senior Leadership Award; ship; $900 Charles N. Tuley Scholar- $1,000, Kelce Foundation Scholar- ship. ships. Esbon:.Kristi Pate: $625 June Hill Trade show comes SherridScholarship;$700JuneD.Hull to llina Dec, 14, 1 SherridCancerCenterScholarshipand The "History of Life" in the 1700 Education Fund; $625 Arts and Sci- ences Fund for Excellence. and 1800s is clearly expressed at the annual Wild West Trade Show, spon- Jewell: Jennifer Kay Bolte: $ 1,000 eared by the Prairie Long Rifles Inc. KelceFoundation Scholarships; $1,500 The two-day trade show is open to Kansas State University Leadership Fund. Nathan Greene: $1,000 Hile the public at the 4-H Building, across Rannells Scholarship for Animal Sci- from the Bicentennial Center in Saline, ences. Rachel Schwerman: $1,500 Ran Dec. 14 and 15. Displays are from early Colonial and Joyce Lutz Scholarship. Ryan America, andthefurtradeareathrough Schwerman: $750 Ernest L. and Lou R. Adams Scholarship Fund in Agri- the wild west. Buy-sell or trade an- culture; $500 Ernest L. and Hettie C. tiques, historic reproductions, artifacts LahrScholarship. Cole Taylor: $1,500 of the cowboy or mountain man-In- Ernest L. and Lou R. Adams Scholar- d/an. Representatives are available to discuss the history of the various items ship Fund in Agriculture; $500 Ernest L. and Hettie C. Lahr Scholarship. on display. Amy Topliff: $225 Achievement Items range from muzzleloaders, Scholarship; $675 Robert and Florence fur hats, coonskin caps, moccasins, Nulty Scholarship; $1,000 Mary Ann Indian jewelry, Indian artifacts, flint Walker Memorial Scholarship. locks, bear skins, cowboy guns, pow- der horns, quill work, Bowie knives, Mankato: Haley Wilson: $2,800 and Hudson Bay blankets. Mildred Van De Riet Memorial Schol- ' The largest show ever is expected arship. Michael Winckler: $900 with 120 table displays, includingex- Achievement Scholarship; $1,500, hibitors registered from Iowa, Ne- Dane G. Hansen Foundation Scholar- braska, Missouri, Oklahoma and Kan- ship; $100 Kelce Foundation Scholar- sas. ships. Other features of the show include Courtland. Crystal Behrends: various stage entertainment. A con- $1,000EngineeringScholarships; $820 cession stand is open during the show. CharlesN.Tuley Scholarship. Brook- No smokeless povder designed lyn Cleveland: $564 Kenneth C. and guns permitted Ann (Neff) Currie Human Ecology Current gun laws enforced. i 50th Birthday Dance ! for &,. 1 9 p.m. to Midnight CRIT00R'S t 107 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3806 ' Professional Pharmacy ) Mankato wishes all a Happy Thanksgiving!!! |  Stepinandseeour: I I -'---e --y- i f 2 New. perfumesand.colognes  I ( *New hne of Thanksgwtng cards  I * Russell Stover candies  I Ne'm giftscomingdailyt!! ! I CLOSED WEDNESDAY NOV. 27 at NOON | Mankato Professional | Pharmacy. | 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 ,,) E" Annual burr Oak ".% , Festival of Chfitma Trcc " and Ilome Tours ' Sunday, Dec. 8 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. did) Burr Oak, Kan.  Tour be#ins at the museum-library for $S per person ' Homes toured: , The grand historical Wellman house, a three story Victorian. Owners are Ken and Kay Garman. The charming, 100 year old, two-story, remodeled country home. Owners are Oren and Carla Underwood. =# Museum-hbrary open house (no charge) ' Featuring: Theme decorated Christmas trees and nativities . and refreshments I All clubs, churches or individuals who wish to display trees and or nativities may '........= bring them to the museum on Friday Dec. 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. L.. 1 k' Sponsored by the Burr Oak Museum Board 'ijl " 14! ' Harmony United Methodist Church 1[' Annual Bazaar Saturday, Dec. 7 I I, 8 a.m. to noon  o Harmony United Methodist ' . Church basement eP_ 109 1/2 S. High Street '_  Mankato, Ken. j) t  * Christmas Items j , : Come relax at our coffee bar! p l I/