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i ii(ii00i !ii!!ii!iiiiiiiiiiii/i!iiiii!:!!i!!i! I ii! i/'   ' Mankato's Gayle Wilson (1 O) passes the ball back out to Cortney Jeffery (21) on the wing as the White Rock defense back against Nicole Jeffery (43). The Lady Eagles defeated Mankato 38-31. Rock girls Mankato 38-31 The White Rock Lady Eagles de- Mankato Lady Cougars 38- iday night at Burr Oak. Kriley led White Rock in 13 points. Robyn Konen 8 points. Melanie Kriley 6 points. Lauren Jeffery green beans, pears, chocolaie chip ,an Boyles,Vleggie ' cookie, breadstick, mitk. and Erin Garman scored 2 each. Angela Garman hit a free JennaLee Harris led the Lady Cou- with 11 points. Tiffany Jensen 6 points. Nicole Jeffery 5 and Gayle Wilson was Vanessa Ernst added Beth Gillett scored 2 points. Mankato participates in the Tournament Friday and Rock travels to Red Cloud to take oil the Warriors. School Menus Dec. 16 through Dec. 20 White Rock Monday: Chili, crackers, carrot stick, peaches, cinnamon roll, milk. Tuesday: Tuna m)odle casserole, Wednesday: Beef and noodles, whipped potatoes, peas, apr'icots. chocolate milk. , Thursday: Ham slice, baked potato. veggies, strawberry shortcake, wheat roll. milk. Friday: No School. Mankato Elementary Monday: Chicken fried steak. mashcd potatoes, gravy, spinach. beans, peaches, milk. Tucsday: Pig in blanket, French fries, mixed vegetables, cheese sauce, applesauce, oatmeal cookie, milk ednesday: Frito pro, shredded cheese, carrots, ranch dressing, pears, chocolate cake, milk. Thursday: Ham, sweet potato, green beans, bread, cranberry sauce, pump- kin crunch cake, milk, ice cream sun- dae. Friday: No School. Mankato Jr- Sr High Monday: Ground beef Stroganoff, green beans, bread, oranges, peanut butter cookie, milk. Tuesday: Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, pepper gravy, corn, bread, fruit cocktail, milk. Wednesday: Frito pic, nacho cheese, tossed salad, fruit pizza, milk. Thursday: Scalloped potatoes, ham, corn, bread, pumpkin crunch cake, cranberry sauce, milk. Friday! No School. % CRUM'S GUN SHOP Rock's Nick Mizner (13) brushes off his defender when a team mate sets a pick for him in action against the Cougars. The Cougars edged past the Eagles 45-44 Friday night at Burr Oak. NEW ITEMS: Need a gift basket? Call the Flower Patch, we'll make oneup ,. special just for you! The Holiday i, Express Bouquet USED ITEMS: Bowl uet lflora's Village  (::hristmas Bouquet Golden Angel Hurricane Bouquet Flower Patch, 102 S. Commercial o Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3950 Mankato slips by White Rock 45-44 The Mankato Cougars edged past the White Rock Eagles 45-44 Friday night at Burr Oak. Ross Jeffery paced the Cougar scor- ing effort with 13 points. Jason Stewart was in doulbe figures with 11 points. Courtney Alexander contributed 8 points, Trevor Elkins 7 and Aaron Zadina 6. Stuart Boyles led the Eagles with 12 points. Caleb Frasier and Justin Hajny were both in double figures with 10 points each. Nick Mizner contrib- uted 6 points and Monte Manning added 5 points. Josh Bird hit a free throw. Mankato participates in the Bennington Tournament Friday and Saturday. White Rock travels to Red Cloud Friday night to take on the Warriors. Mankato JH defeats North Central 41-25 The Mankato Junior High Cougars continued their winning way by de- feating the North Central Wildcats 41 - 25 Dec. 3 at the Mankato Junior-Se- nior High School gym. The Cougars got off to a fast start and led at the end of the first quarter by a score of 17-!. Leading the scoring for the Cou- gars was Adam Badger with 14 points followed by Jeff Cheek and Lee Simon with 8 points each. Patrick Christie contributed 3 points. JeffZadina, Alan Wagner, Dustin Waite and Steve Banks each added 2 points. Wagner led the team in rebounding with 12 followed by Badger with 9. Badger led the Cougars in steals with 5 followed by Wagner and Cheek with 2 steals each. The Cougars shot 19 for 50 from the field for 38 percent and went 2 for 7 from thefree throw line for 29 per- cent. The win ran the junior high Cou- gars' record to 6-0 for the season. The next game for the Cougars will be Thursday when the Hillcrest Colts come to Mankato. In B-team action, the North Central Wildcats defeated the Cougars 9-7. Paul Jonson scored 4 points for the Cougars. Mitch Martin contributed 2 points and Steve Banks hit a free throw. Banks led the team in rebounding with 4 followed by Rob Wilson and Paul Jensen with 3 boards each. Wilson led the team in steals with 2. The loss left the B-team Cougars with a 2-1 record. North Central girls beat JeweU 44-37 The North Central Lady Cougars defeated the Jewell Wildcats 44-37 Saturday night at Jewell. Amy Waterman led the Wildcats with 9 points. Tracy Bohnert followed with 8 points. Sarah Birdsell added 7 points. Lisa Schwerman contributed 5 points. Jaime Sanborn and Shannon Snell were good for 3 points each. Savannah Myers added 2 points. D. Frager paced the North Central scoring effort with 16 points. K. Frager followed with 9 points. Novak scored 8 points. Gallion and C. Frager each added 4 points. S. Grover was good for 3 points. Jewell travels to Beloit Friday night to take on the Lady Blujays. Forum on farm bill set for Salina Dec. 17 The Kansas USDA Rural Develop- ment Farm Bill Forumis Tuesday at Bicentennial Center, Salina, starting at 8:30 a.m. In addition to Rural Development staff from Kansas and Washington, D.C., who will be preseeting program information, USDA Rural Develop- ment Under Secretary Tom Dorr has been invited to deliver opening re- marks. Congressman Jerry Moran is sched- uled as luncheon speaker. 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Rural Development I FSA News By Jim l'eroutek, lewell County FSA Director Committee election results Marion Atwood was recently elected to a three year term on the Jewell County FSA Committee. The election was for area LAA-3 in the western area of the county. First alternate is Donald DieM. sec- ond alternate Dennis Reinert and dfird alternate, Barbara Rannebcck. An organizational meeting lor the FSA committee is set for Jan 16. USD 278 board considers vacancy USD 278 board members discussed the board vacancy at the Dec. 9 mect- ing. Pastor Steve Little has expressed an interest in the vacant position and Mike Liggett will visit with him this week. Board members present were Mike Liggett, Steve Spiegel, Nell Becker and Richard Colson. Other business items considered are listed: not to join the Kansas Education Coalition; heard review of audited stu- dent count and report on the shortfall in the state's budget. Brandi Burkhart, FCCLA president, Reba Liggett, vice president of FCCLA STAR Events, and Brenda Dooley, FCCLA sponsor, reported about their recent trip to the National FCCLA Clus- terMeeting in Colorado Springs, Colo. After'favorable 90 day evaluations, Judy Eilert, high school cook and Jeannine Hurford, Mankato High School ITV paraFrofessional, will re- ceive an hourly wage increase of 25 cents. Board decided by consensus to move the date of the February inservice to Feb. 24. This will allow Bruce Hurford, principal, to schedule Smoky Hill Educational Service Center to help with the inservice which will deal with assisting teachers with teaching to state standards. Discussion was held about the bill due Jostens for the 2002 year book. The balance due to Jostens of $6,066.59 Thursday, December 12, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B, ,, White Rock's Justin Hajny (23) at 6' 2" battles Mankato's Jason Stewart (55) at 6' 6" for the rebound. Mankato held on to defeat the Eagles 45-44. will be paid. IIF'"-- Cathy Dauner thanked Mike Liggett and Dave Wame for their efforts and .... This Wee nU Cooperation wit the 2002-03 negotia - tion process, and extended her appre: ciation to staff members who helped with negotiations. Executive sessions were held with no action resulting. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell .......... Kansas " Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mail us at davegunshop @ nckcn.com (Dec. 12 through Dec. 19) Pepper Steak or Ham Liver and Oinions or Lasagne Hamburger and French Fries Closed Fried Chicken Pork Chops Chicken Fried Steak Pancake Night Country Style Ribs Thursday - Friday - Saturday ~ Sunday ~ Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Wednesday Evening ~ Thursday ~ Farmway Credit Union Mankato WHITE ROCK Monday, Dec. 16: Middle School Basketball vs Mankato at Esbon, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19: Middle School Basketball vs Southern Cloud at Esbon, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20: High School Basketball at Jewell, 6:30 p.m. MANKATO Monday, Dec. 16: Junior High School Basketball at White Rock, 4:30 p.nl. Tuesday, Dec. 17: High School Basketball at Mankato vs Eastern Heights'. Thursday, Dec, 19: High School Basketbaltat lorrowville vs Norttt Central, 5 p.m JEWELL Tuesday, Dec. 17: High School Basketball at Jewell vs. Southern Cloud. Thursday, Dec. 19: Junior High Basketball at Jewell vs Hillcrest, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20: High School lasketball at Jewell vs White Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, American 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, Internet Member Access. Cougar TaloR Meet the people who make Mankato Schools Special Bethany Melby, a senior at Mankato High School, is the daughter of Steve and Terri Melby. Her hobbies include playing the piano, listening to music or just hang- ing with friends. School activities include: FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, band, volleyball, National Honor Society and Honor Roll. Bethany plans to attend Ka,,a '.:;tote University and major in eit,e, agcmul- tural or mechanical engineering. A high- light while attending MHS has been "the people, Someone is always doing some- thing crazy just to keep things interesting." When asked what the advantages,disadvantages of living in a small community are Bethany said "well, I don't know if it is advantage or a disadvan- tage, but if you don't know what you are doing someone else does". Angela Jensen is a senior at Mankato High School, and the daughter of Dave and Cheryl Jensen. Her hobbies are soft- ball and running. School activities are: Quiz bowl, NHS, cross country, track, forensics, band, flag corps, school play. Angela plans to attend Fort Hays State Universitytofurtherher education. She says, "one of the highlights I've had while attending MHS was all the friends I made during cross country". "One of the advan- tages of living in a small community is the security it provides because you know everyone. On the other, hand, a small community lacks opportunities," said Angela. Ma'695'6' ; " -S- / I00EBANK