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Lutheran women meet Mankato Lutheran women and Boy wed 0000ests met recently for the annual   Christmas supper. Theme was Christmas traditions. Program was presented by foreign ex- :TumerandPFCWhit- : change students Maggie Castaneda, ,les were married Nov. 8, ! Mexico; andMarcus Heiser, Germany. Va. Anna Morgan Standley also told about bride is a 2002 graduate of English traditions• School and is currently Marcus told about his German outheastCommunity Col- Christmas Advent card, pictures of a large angel advent candelabra in his bridegroom is a 2002 graduate hometown and a small replica of the Rock High School and is angeladventcandelabmborrowedfrom stationed at Fort Eustis, Va. Dee Freimuth. to be an aviation me- Maggie&apos;s Mexican traditions were Army. the flower of the night or poinsettias will be moving to Fort and large family gatherings. N. C. in April. They honey- Anna displayed plum pudding and Hampton. of the couple are Mary John Turner, Repub- and Bryan Boyles, Burr Grandmothers are' "Catherine Topeka, and great-grand- Schiermeyer Superior. s the granddaughter of the late and Billie Thurber and Jack and the ceremony were Josh Clark, Jamie Avitia and Denver Hilliard, friends of the bridegroom• mem])ers meet tour at I ,owns €, Community group met recently with hosting the meeting at Flowers, Plants, and tradition" was the call of the essay and artwork entries by White Rock fourth ;ted to be shown at the rs next Oc- Positive evaluation was given for day held at the Corn- in Jewell. Recommen- for Christmas' for Teens Central Kansas Teens for a rally "Coming Home on Saturday, Dec. 21 at the Brown Grand Theater, former resident of Con- graduate of Kansas State is the featured speaker. active in Teens for Christ H dations are to repeat the quilt display and ask quilters to bring different quilts each year. Regarding food, the recom- mendation was to serve beef salad in place of sliced beef sandwiches• Nola Bess Atwood shared the story of the can candy as the day' s thought. Members exchanged gifts and had lunch. The next meeting is Jan. 27 at 1:30 in the extension meeting room. Any- one interested in attending FCE monthly meetings is welcome• Mankato Weather Bill Wood, observer Tuesday, Dec. 3 27 2 ! Wednesday, Dec. 4 28 17 Thursday, Dec. 5 37 18 Friday, Dec. 6 56 19 Saturday, Dec. 7 52 26 Sunday, Dec. 8 40 16 Monday, Dec. 9 48 16 Moist'ure for week: trace of snow Y Jewell County with his wife, Arian. al music will be provided by +,,,".vrr;enash;" Meals Genereux, Amber and Erin along with a praise and wor- by John Ward. tuned for the evening popular marshmallow catch, tests skills of teenagers at they irmouths--giant marsh- IIIIIIIII Dee. 16 through Dec. 20 Monday: Goulash, peas and onions, wheat roll, applesauce. Tuesday: Ham and beans, tossed salad, crackers, cornbread, strawberry from the balcony• County .... report 3: Wanda Hoard, Jewell fital to Mary Lanning gs 6: Patient refusal; Wanda Mary Lanning Hospital, to Jeweli County Hospital. 7: Delmar Garst, residence, to Jewell County Hospital to and peach gelatin. W¢dnc,sday: Roast beef, mashed potaf6,++gi:avy, breaded tomatoes, • cllerry crisp. ...... Thursday: Sweet and sour pork, rice, cauliflower and carrots, wheat roll, applesauce, cake• Friday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas and carrots, bis- cuit, orange wedge• Meals delivered by Lutheran Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385• "crackers" from England• Faryl Lange and Loretta Wilson were in charge of the program. Loretta made a German sauerkraut and meat dish called galouski and showed her Santa Beiznickle with a whip and told how of the German tradition you better be good or the unfriendly• belznickle would get you. All Norwegians present agreed they didn't care for lefse' and fobra, a potato bread and fish. Those present shared their family traditions. Helen Ahlman and Judy Dunn were hostesses• Former White Rock teacher honored Start Estes, a former teacher in the White Rock committee in April. System, is listedin Who's Who Among America's Teachers• He was nomi- nated for this honor by a former student and chosen by a selection Estes is in his 35th year of teaching. He started his career in Milwaukee, Wis., where he taught for a year. He was a teacher, administrator and coach in the Pike Valley District 29 years. Estes taught two years in the White Rock system, subbed for a year and is in his second year at St. Gregory's Elementary School, Marysville. Estes attributes his staying in the field of education to having wonderful students, school personnel and parents allworking together to make teaching a success. Jewell choir, bands present program "Sounds of Christmas Joy" were heard last week when Jewell Junior- Senior High School choirs and bands performed in concert. Dena Stephens is director of music. The junior high choir sang four Christmas numbers, accompanied by Judy Gibson, and the band also per- formed. Jennifer Adolph, JI+fhculty mem- ber, sang a solo, then was joined by other faculty as they sang traditional carols. Though small in number, the JHS choir sang a mixture of Christmas music. Becky Burgess was their ac- companist. The JHS band performed several Christmas selections. County Hospital; Conner Jewell County Hospital to Hospital; patient re- Thompson, residence, , to Mitchell County Hospital. • 8: Aaron Jones, residence, Jew- County Hospital. Stanley Hess, Cloud County to Salina Regional Center. Report 6: Wanda Howard, Burr Oak. MARY KAY giving. Made easy of the holiday or I can help with gift Wrapping and delivery. lovely gifts for everyone YOur list, it's the ideal Gall today. Linda Payne BEAUTY CONSULTANT 785-378-3802 All our love and thanks to the best family ~ Wyatt, Jennifer, Elliott, Jennifer and Morgan for surprising us with a 30th Wedding Anniversary party. Also, thanks to our friends and relatives for the gifts and cards! We have been blessedt Jim and Michell Harris R+de the Jew.ell C.qunty ansportat,on L,mO and let us do the driving for youl Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewell County General Public Transportation. ,:. C, ONCORDIA: Dec. 17, towns sewed: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. SAUNA: Dec. 20, towns sewed: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. HASTINGS: Jan. 2, towns sewed: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch. BELOIT: Jan. 9, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. • Mankato is served dally within Mankato and also in the above listed trips. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Some trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have not been made. that his contract in- a "Mrs. Clause" and he lust one month to tie the Meanwhile, 'his son has landed in the Column of his list of and nice, and Father leaves his double and endangers Sunday, Dec. 22 2 to 4 p.m. Jewell United Methodist Church All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion will be their children and spouses, Dirk and Naomi Durant, Lindsborg; Dotty and Jerry Baxa, Salina; Jackie and Ernie Navarre, Walnut, Calif.; and Rhonda and Kyle Crawford, Hutchinson. There are five grandchildren and one great-grandson. Don Durant and the former Candace Beineke exchanged wedding vows on Dec. 21,1952, at Salina. He is a retired farmer-cattleman and parts G 7:30 p.m. manager at Jewell Implement. She retired from District Court at Mankato, Kan. Thursday, December 12, 200..____2 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Jewell County LTC ul ilUll i i Residents participated in word assistedwiththegames. Winne','ert" games, jokes and poems. Billie Kitts, Dorothy Clark ,,,!!wi L Residents discussed the Mormon Zentz, Doris Kilts, Lois ()t+ti%+r +:+ Trail and later viewed a video about Allene Spielman were guests. the Archway Monument near Kear- Nancy McCorkle caHe<l on Irene hey, Neb. McCorkle. Thadd Hinkle led worship service. Cal and Martha Huntsinger visited Thetopic of his sermon wast'Simeon." Lela Huntsinger, Ruth Cleggwas pianist. Guests were Alice Kinsey and Alison Noller Donna Johnson, Bob mMAda Grimm, called on Alice Hanson+ Doris Kitts, Linda Crangle, Pearl PearlLoudcrvisitedDorothyClark, Louder, AlbertaDiamond,Tammyand Twila Zentz and John Sipe. Dakota Jensen and Jerry Schaefer. Lori Brown and Jcssica Cheek After church services members of called on Shorty Sweet P.E.O. presented a Christmas program Martha Dempsey enjoyed visits Mr. and Mrs. Claus visit the Formoso Community Canter Saturday bringing treats for children and checking gift lists. Pictured here are (back row, from left) Blake Moser, Zachary Spiegel, Crystal Mitchell, Chyla Stafford and Tiffany Peters; (front) Ryan Spiegel, Trenton Mitchell, Santa, Jacob Spiegel and Mrs. Claus. lib 4-H News Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club Roll call for the Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club November meeting was to name a person for whom you are thank- ful. The 4-H members collected for UNICEF, and had chili and vegetable • soup to warm them up before the meet- ing. Mark Peters, president, presided. Leader's report concerned the Tri- County Club day at Jewell Feb. 15. A workshop, "Six Steps and You're Ready to Talk," is Jan. 8 at Beloit. Club members decided to get a name from the Angel Tree in Jewell, and will be having their gift exchange and Christmas party at the December meet- ing. Elaine Peters, Club Leader, assisted by president, Mark Peters, had a new member cookie ceremony welcoming Zachary and Ryan Spiegel, Amanda, Levi and Kyle Fleming, Austin Montague, Trenton Mitchell and Ariel McCollough. The program was presented by Julie Heel, vice president• Shelby Barrett, assisted by Jacob and Stephanie Barrett, gave a demonstration on proper handwashing. Shop safety was a pre- sentation by Brianna Heel. Crystal Mitchell led singing and the game Four Corners was led by Brittany Joerg. Refreshments were served by the Peters and Joerg families. Gleaners participate in program Members of Christian Gleaners, Mankato, participated in a Christmas program at their recent meeting. Ruth Clegg conducted the program with members presenting vocal numbers or readings. Audrey Hamilton presented the welcome to the 18 members attending• Candles were lighted for the four mem- bers who have dieddhring the' 'last' year. Delores Angleton and Deanna Free- man were hostesses. Gifts and cookies were exchanged and games were played. Next meeting is a soup dinner Jan. 6 after worship service. KDWP announce permits, office hours The Kansas Department of Wild- life and Parks will have 2003 annual permits and licenses available begin- ning Monday. Annual park permits, camping permits and hunting and fish- ing licenses may be purchased at any Kansas State Park Office, including Lovewell State Park Office at Webber, Ken. The Department advises those wishing to purchase permits or license for Christmas gifts will need to do so next week, at the Lovewell State Park Office will be closed Monday, 23 through Sunday, Dec. 29, for the Christ- mas holiday. Gift certificates are avail- able at the Loveweli State Park Office, but must be redeemed at that location. Hunting and fishing license are also available on-line at www.kdwp.state.ks•us. Annual permits are valid from the date purchased through Dec. 31, 2003. KK Club mtts Fourteen members of KK Club met at the Northbranch Church annex for a luncheon, hosted by Lonnie Buckley, Loyce Jeffery and Marilyn A. Jeffery. Roll call was a Christmas memory and carols we, re sung around the piano. Gifts were exchanged. Attending were Beth Jeffery, Joyce McNichols, Marilyn C. Jeffery, Anna Belle Grubbs, Betty Wallace, Ruth Glover, Lila Smith, LaVeta Winslow, VelmaIee Smuck, Hazel Korb, Winnie McNichols, guests Beverly Frost and Carol Hanson. Mitchell County Hospital report Admissions. Dec. 4: Maude Keller, Lebanon; Dec. 8: Edward Bowles, Jew- ell. Club members have luncheon Mankato Garden Club members met for a luncheon at the Buffalo Roam with l I members present. : /ch ;,,ember brotght' a Christmas orname'fi["r told f an interesting Christmas story of years past. A card was signed for Alma Tyler. Hostesses were Faryi Lange and Doris Alexander. A Christmas orna- ment was given to each member by the hostesses. Craft Sale Burr Oak Area Crafters Parking behind office building The family of Betty Murray would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and memorial donations during the lois of our loved one. We would especially like to thank Uncle Jerry and Aunt Marjorle, Aunt Eunice, Aunt Virgle and Uncle Chet, Aunt Charlotte and Joinne for all the food, table service, tables end games brought to motel. Your kindness will always be remembered. Kalhy Anderson Brock and Ashley Anderson bTacy and,l, l'g. Tancayo and derek and Brooks J/m and Bernice Murray and Melissa and Matthew Scoff and Brid#et Murray Dan and Kdsff' Moser and Nico/e, NatMe, Che/sez Corlney and Boone John Murray , Krmy trod dvst/h and Bethany Saturday, Dec. 21 • Free movie at the Ute Theatre • 1:30 • "Ice Age" • Santa will visit with the children beginning at 2.30 p.m. V F W Hall, Mankato, Kan Compliments of .,,f" Mankato Retailers  i' ,,,,,.,,.,.,,, .................. i ................. .,,,,,,,,,,,+!tti,iliiiiMl!litlllllt lm" for residents and guests. Children and grandchildren of members entertained, singing Christmas carols and playing Christmas songs on the flute and pi- ano. Refreshments were served from the tea table. Rosalie Menhusen played several Christmas songs and all joined in singing. Staff and residents held a party for Lori Slate and her new son, Caden. During Bible Study residents viewed a video of the Christmas story. Wayne Thompson, Osborne, enter- tained at Tuesday Happenings. He showed a variety of slides depicting interesting places in Kansas as well as telling many interesting facts about Kansas. During crafts residents constructed foam Christmas trees and assembled table decorations. Residents also en- joyed the musical angel ofTwila Zentz. In the afternoon residents continued with Christmas decorations and sang Christmas hymns. Ruth Roe was ac- companist for the singing. Christmas Memories was the topic of the evening activity. Phyllis Lunge and Linda Crangle Mankato musicians play in honor band Mankato Junior and Senior High band members participated in the Kan- sas Music Educators Association honor bands. Adam Badger, trumpet, participated earlier his fall at Hays High School along with 90 other band students from the north central and northwest parts of the state. They rehearsed during the day and presented a concert in the late afternoon.. Sasha Roe, flute, Nicole Jeffery, clarinet, Ericka Melby, clarinet, and Elizabeth Wilson, French horn, par- ticipated in the high school honor band last week at Beach Schmidt Audito- rium on Fort Hays State University Campus. They rehearsed throughout the day and performed in a public con- cert along with 118 other studnets from across northwest Kansas. Together, the High School Honor band and the High School Honor choir performed a piece commissioned for KMEA Distruct 4, "Somewhere Over the Rat.bow? +, from Richard and Pat Dempsey. Louise Powell visited her sister, Cleo Wilson. Robert and Ada Grimm attended worship service with his mother. Eliza.- beth Grimm. Virginia and Chet tlanson visited several residents Saturday. Area students get diplomas from KSU Several area students are among the more than 1,420 students who arc can- didates for December graduat ion fron Kansas State University+ Commence- ment ceremonies are Dec. 13 and 14. Area students and their degree title are listed: Chad Simmelink, Esbon, bachelor of science in biological and agricul- tural engineering; Paul Lindbcrg, l:or, moso, bachelor of science in aclonau- tical technology and associate ol+tech - nology. Gerit Garman, bachelor of science in architectural engineering; Travis Vrbas, bachelor of science in busir, ess administration; Tisha Dewey, bach- elor of science in business administra+ tion; and Robyn Powcll, bachelor of science. All are frem Mankato. Esbon Seniors meet The Esbon Seniorettes reel Dec. 4 at noon with 17 members present, Mamie Reinert and Lillian Fogo were hostesses. Prizes were drawn and won by Ida Peroutek, Thelma l+amb, Shirley Marihugh, Leola Hall, Violet Baker, and Betty Niles. Routine business was conducted and Christmas cards were signed and addressed to send to the elderly. Gifts and food items were donated for long term care in Mankato and the Jewell County Food Pantry. The deck and electric work com-. pleted. Election of officers for the com- ing year was held with these results: Ida Peroutek, president: Betty Niles, treasurer; Violet BakeK, secretary. The next meeting is Jan. 8 with Ken Johanek and l.eland Bartley as hosts. Roll call will be shtw ',rod tell The county meeting is Dec. 19 at Jewell. Santa Claus is Coming to Town! Saturday, Dec. 14 2 p.m. Jewelt Community Center Jewell, Kan. Sign up for a lot of nice prizes for all ages at the drawing, when you visit Santa Dec. 14. | Free movies, popcorn and pop will be served at ; 1:30 p.m. before Santa's visit. "V Sponsored by Jeweli Chamber of Commen e , .. -. • Sac "N Fox " $15 • $15 casino payback Mystery Trip Sunday, March 2, 2003 $40 • First pick,up at 12:30 p.m. Book nowI!! Limited seating left! Branson Trip, Nov. 13-1 6, 2003 Call now!!! Williams Your Way Travel 785-428-3335 i I  i i i ii 00till Building ..... + at"4 0" Happy Btrthday !00ii) from your farnilg 'it" i I i ii r iiiii ,f i , m