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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 11,2003 The Mankato Junior High boys ran Simon and Jeffery led the team in their record to 6-0 for the season with steals with 4 each. a 39-28 victory over the North Central Mankato shot 18 for 56 from the Cougars at M~)rrowville Dec. 2. field for 32 percent and 2 for 8 from tile The Cougars led at the end of the freethrow line for 25 percent. first quarter 12-8 and held a 22-13 half The Mankato Junior High boys' B time lead. team was also victorious at In the third quarler, the Cougars Morrowville winning 19-6. found 1heir defense and held the North Alex Badger scored 8 points, Brian Central team to just 3 points while the Broeckelman 6, Lance Anderson 3 and Cougar offense scored 11 points. Corey Haskins 2. The Cougar lead at the end of the Haskins led the team in rebounding third quarter was 33-16. with 5 boards followed by Badger, Patrick Chrislie led the Cougars in Dalton Barth and,Anderson with 3 scoring with I I points and Lee Simon each. fbllowedwid~ 10. Josh Sudernmnwas Brockelman and Badger led the good lbr 7 poiuts, Neal Jeffery 5 and team in steals. Keith Pierce 5. Milch Martin.Austin Winslow and Barth and Austin Winslow also Shaun Davis played but did not score, played but did not score. The B-teams' record is now 2-1. Jeffery led die rebounding eflort The next action for the Junior High tor Mankato with 13 boards. Simon had 8 and Pierce 6. Cougars is Dec. 11 at Cuba. JEWELL CITY 2004 DOG TAGS Available at the City Office - Deadline is Saturday, Jan. 31 Fees are as follows: $2 for the first dog $5 for the second dog $25 for each additional dog $1,000 kennel license is required for more than two ~gs:~, Owners taust briag current rabkeS C Ila llrgcord. A 50-cent penalty per month will be applied to tags purchased after Saturday, Jan. 31 Santa is coming for pictures! 8:30 a.m. to noon (walk-in) (1) 8 x 10 or (2)5 x 7s $10.00 Remember Christmas 2003 With a picture of your child and Santa! SE )ND HAND ROSE III The Lutheran Church betiew, s the important news at Christmas is not who comes down the chimney, but who came down from heaven. We invite you to come and join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The Lutheran Church, Mankato, Kan. Above, the Lady Cougars and the Lady Eagles battle to control a re- bound in basketball competition in Mankato Friday evening. White Rock girls won 48 to 35. Meggie Michels (15) and Malanie Kriley (22), White Rock, both scored 14 points. Eagles beat Mankato 63-46 The White Rock Eagles soared over the Mankato Cougars 63-46 Friday night at Mankato. White Rock had three players in double figures. Stuart Boyles led the Eagles in scoring with 18 points. Nick Mizner was right behind with 17 points. Justin Hajny scored 10 points. Caleb Frasier was good for 6 points. Brant Beam and Josh Bird each contributed 5 points. Kyle Ord scored 2. Cortney Alexander had a huge night for the Mankato Cougars with 26 points. Greg Zadina was the only other Cougar in double figures with 11 points. Jason Flavin and Trent Webb each contributed 4 points. Nick Newell hit a free throw. White Rock girls beat North Central 61-39 The White Rock Lady Eagles de- feated the North Central girls 61-39 Dec. 4 at Morrowville. Kris Belle led the way with 16 points and Amy Waterman was right behind with 15. Ashley Lienberger was in double figures with 11 points. Darcie Gibson was good for 7 points, Emily Burgess 6 and Lisa Schwerman 5. Ashton Wilson hit a free throw. Chantel Frager was in double fig- urcs with 15 points for the Lady Cou- gars. Jessica Fisher and Lindsay Gallion followed with 9 points each. Whitney Heitman was good for 3 points and Kristen Graves 2. Kelsey Sinn hit a free throw. Courtney Alexander (1), 6'2" White Rock senior, goes for two Friday evening when White Rock played the Mankato Cougars. Don't Trade It- Donate .-JGet a tax write-off f'---CalI'-'- -l[800-577-LUNG (5864) ( .,\j www.donatey t AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION= of Konsos the Jewell Transportation and let us do the driving for you! Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Pubfic Transportation. BELOIT: Dec. 11 -towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. CONCORDIA: Dec. 16-towns served: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. SAUNA: Dec. 19-towns served: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. Mankato is served daily within Mankato and also in the above listed trips. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. ;pine trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made. Tuesday, January 6 10:00 A.M. Location: Comnmnity Center, Guide Rock, Neb. (Just south of the Bank) Selling 320 acre pasture land, meadow land and non-irrigated crop land. Legal DESCRIPTION: The East Half of Section Seventeen (17), Township Two North (T2N), Range Eight West (R8W) of the 6th P.M., Nuckolls County, Nebraska (320 acres more or less).Located from the intersection of Highways 136 and 78 at Guide Rock, 4 miles north and 4 1/2 miles east to the northwest corner of the subject property. THIS IS ONLY AN ADVANCED LISTING! Complete details will be available on our web page by December 9 at HYPERLINK"http://ww", or by calling the auction company at 402-463-8565. A Due Diligence report, listing all the pertinent information pertaining to this farm, will be available by contact- ing the auction company. Ruhter Auction & Realty Inc. are agents of the sellers. Sellin( for Forrest Chi tephanie Strobl, Per nal Representative Susan K. Alexander, Attorney Ruhter Auction & Realty Inc. 2837 West Hwy 6 Hastings, Nebraska 68901 White Rock hosts the Red Cloud Warriors Friday night at Burr Oak. Mankato travels to Tescott Friday to play the Peabody Warriors. Lady Eagles fly past Mankato 48-35 Meggie Michels and Malanie Kriley pumped in 14 points each to lead the Lady Eagles in a 48-35 win over the Mankato Lady Cougars. Lauren Jeffery and Megan Boyles followed with 8 points each. Rachel Duffey was good for 4 points. Mankato had eight girls in the scor- ing column led by Nicole Jeffrey with 8 points. Cormey Jeffery followed with 7 points. Brooke Diamond was good for 6 points, Sara Christie 5 and JennaLee Harris 4. Casey Newell and Tiffany Jensen accounted for 2 points each. Elkins hit a free throw. White Rock hosts the Red Cloud Warriors Friday night at Burr Oak. Mankato travels to Tescott Friday to play the Peabody Warriors. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Toddlers like doing chores Toddlers like to do what you do. It helps them feel grown-up and compe- tent. To them, it' s fun to dust the rungs of tables and chairs while you dust the tops; sponge off cabinet doors in the kitchen; fold dish towels when you put away clean laundry. Fall scavenger hunt Come up with a list of autumn na- ture items for your children to find. It's a good idea to check your backyard or neighborhood park first, to make sure everything on your list is possible to find. Here are some starters for your list: three acorns, a pinecone, two seed- pods, a yellow leaf, four dry brown leaves, one bird's feather. (Taken from the Well-Centered Child) Courtney Jeffrey (10), Mankato, dribbles the basketball down Samatha Nava (21), Meggie Miche!s (15) and Megan Boyles ( race to guard the basket. Dec, 15 through Dec. 19 cocktail, cookie, milk. Jeweli Jr-Sr High Breakfast baked beans, peaches, Monday: Cereal, toast, juice, milk. Thursday: Tacos, Tuesday: Waffle, sausage links, applesauce, cookie, milk. juice, milk. Friday: Ham sandwich, Wednesday:Breakfastpizza,juice, chips, carrot, celery, orange, milk. milk. Thursday: Boiled egg, muffin,juice, White Rock milk. Monday: Tuna noodle Friday: sausage on a stick, juice, green beans, pears, milk. cookie, breadstick, milk. Lunch Tuesday: Chili, crackers, Monday: Chicken nuggets, tri stick, peaches, cinnamon roll, taters, green beans, roll, strawberry Wednesday: Beef and shortcake, milk. whipped potatoes, peas, apricotS, Tuesday: Chicken fried steak, chocolate milk. mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, peas, fruit Thursday: Ham slice baked l veggies, strawberry sl roll, milk. Friday: No school. Randall ElementarY Breakfast Monday: Cereal, milk. Tuesday: Sausage on milk. Wednesday; Scrambled Justin Hajny (23), White Rock, guards Aaron Zadina (44)~ 6'3" Mankato senior, as Zadina attempts to earn points for the Mankato Cougars in basketball competition Friday evening. Scientists have discovered that elevated ~ exposure [ from welding rod fumes has been associated with ~i [(like Pirkinson'8 dlaeame) and mmlgsnlsm. Symptons include I adac=,. d o, tod ot i hand dmcu wnUdns, Jokn k ss ot I aaon memory, slum l 1ow speodh, sa eu musd I ~ ~. Call I today toll free at 1-800-~Gl~ for a I ~ OBIIBMlmtl0B tO evaluate your potential claim. We practice I law only In Arizona, but associate ~ith lawyers throughout the I U.S. to help people across the country. I & GOLDBERG & OSBORNE I I . 1-800-THE-EAGLE I ~3 . ~,,~--, (1-800-843-3245) ~ I ~r,~ W'WW, 1800(heeli .com con, toast, juice, milk. t~ Thursday: Sausage, FrenCh juice, milk. Friday: Breakfast Lunch Monday: Chicken strips, potatoes, green beans, applesauce, cookie. Tuesday: Corn dogs, beans, pears, milk. Wednesday: Roast beef, potatoes, gravy, green milk, pears, cupcakes. Thursday: Chicken grilled cheese, carrot oranges, milk. Friday: Tacos with cheese, corn, milk, pea rolls. Mankato Connects: Dunstan 120 1/2 N. Commercial. Brian and An ter; Billy Bray, Pfrimmer, 223 S. Clinton; Place, 308 E. South. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Buy- Sell -- Open bj 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunsho[ The City of Jewell is bids on hauling 200 1/2 inch chat from Kan. Bids must submitted to the Office, 308 rewell, Ka'n. 66949 an. 5 by sealed A =mlcy, bet:. 15 tO a.m. - 2 p.. 1988 GMC 7000 Come in and join us for .8.2L GM Diesel (rod door I 'iz For your shopping need we have lots of gift ideas Selection of men's croci ladies e l jnes P .fum in sew.ral fragrtmc Rus II Stove" Candi sugar' free cmd Low C='b also Tin ,..x land Lm"l wlltches c'l mas cords Closed Saturday, Dec. 13 5 sp Transmission ,2 sp axle .86,274 miles Engine needs work CAN BE SEEN MANKATO 122 WEST M, Mankato Pharmacy,. 125 N. Commercial ManKato, Kan.* 785-378-3183 Mail bids to: Rolling Hills El .t PO Box 307 Mankato, Kan. Bids must be in by We reserve the rig any and all bids. ELFCTP~r rc~c,r~!