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f" Thursday, December 18, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B 'i Births form Fort Hays State Univcrsity Re- -crllers serve Officer Training Corps in 1983. By Amanda Anderson ~1! | Ken and Janet Fischer, Beloit, an- In June 1998, he became the corn-Stress buster for kids []~ nouncetheengagementoftheirdaugh- ArmeshiaBartholomew and Justin ' ~ , manderfortheRegionalTrainingSite- Children sometimes get wound up Maintenance in Salina. He was pro- as the holidays approach. Here are []I tcr, Jennifer Ann, to Brett Anthony Mcnke announce the birth of their i ~)~ ~ i~ meted to lieutenant colonel and as- some ideas to help them wind down. "~I McGuire. Heisthe son of Audra and daughter, TessaDeeMenke,bomNov. • '~ 24 at Mary Lanning Memorial Hospi- . ~ ilh~.~ i signed to Headquarters, State Area Gel Bags: fill a sturdy zip-top pins- | thc late Ray Berry, Mankato, andMike tal. Grandparents are Mark and Dee ~" ~| Command, where he served as the tic bag partway with hair styling gel. ~ and Sara McGuire, Scott City• Freimuth and Richard and Deb i-,~ i ~ homeland security officer and surface Tape it shut for good measure. Gel ~" !1 Grandparents of the couple are i Hubert and Marjean Konzem, Beloit; Bartholomew, all of Mankato; Dean ~ ~ ~ maintenance,manager, bags are relaxing to squeeze, poke and I[ Milford and Anne Ost, Mankato; and and Sue Stromer, Glenvil, Neb., and i ........ [~'~1~ Salisbury s military awards include smooth out. Add a few drops of food i [ Lois McGuire, Hutchinson. DanandSandyMenke, Hastings,Neb.~i-Ji~i ~ IIIJll ~ the Army Commendation Medal with coloring that your child can watch four oak leaf clusters, Air Force Com- spread as they squeeze. I The bride-elect, a graduate of St• Great grandparents are Bob and Jan / | mendation Medal,Army Achievement Rocking and swinging: sounds like II John's High School, Beloit, and McCune, John and Tessie ~ "- BliP7 , , ~ ~ Hutchinson Community College, is Bartholomew and Fayc Boiler, all of ~ i~. ..~ ~ 1 ~ Medal, Army Reserve Componentsomething you d do on the dance floor, ,( i. i: ~.:. ~, , ~ employed as a registered nurse in the Mankato; Robert Boiler, Downs; ~.~ ~ ~-~ I i~ Achievement Medal with silver oak right? Not when you ve got an upset leafclusterandnumerousotherawards, child wrapped around your knees. AdrianandMaureenMcnkeandAlvira i ~'~ .... ~ I ~ He is employed with Kansas De- We re talking about using rocking -?'v;.~',':~i~ ~: .~ "/~ :?'~ NeonatallCUatSalinaRegionalHealth l~;.athman, Lawrence, Ncb. Great-great- I [ "~ 1 ~ partmcnt of Wildlife and Parks as the chairs and swings, of course. The Fischer-McGuire Center. The bridegroom is a graduate of _grandparents are Lyle and Elizabeth I I ~tlt ,-~ :~ IBRI~I ~ Conservation Officer in Pratt• steady back-and-forth movement al- rlAn l~r~R~l'lltlRd Beloit High School, Hutchinson Com- Reece, Mankato. I i ~ ~. ~IB /t[ ]~ .*'~ ~ I ~ Salisbury and his wife Melinda reside most always comforts kids. --"--~- r. ........ ,, munity College and Kansas State Uni- ~ ..... ~ in Bennington• They have tWO chil- Corn starch and water: put equal dren. amounts of corn starch and water in a eclatlon aw'gA'a versity with a B.F.A. in graphic de- ,,UMW has 'presents' lesson VelmaGarman, Mankato, received sign. He is employed as a graphic Jewell ~ dves~nerforSmokyHillgPUblicTele" Christmas Presents" was the les- I ~ ~}, I I Hannan, 44, began his military ca- plastic dishpan. Let your child stir it senT, presented by Jan McCollough, ~,,.~)~I ~ I recr in1977 as an enlisted soldier in the with his hands. Playing with this mix- amy Exten- ~ ~ ~: is" n. when Jewell Trinity United Methodist ~ ~ ~ II~ [] North Dakota Army National Guard. turf has the same relaxing benefits as a Apnrecia- :~: Thecouplep anstobcmamedJune Women met recently. ~ ' " I [[ He graduated from the North Dakota finger-paint, buthasaconstantlychang- Award at ~,~ 5 at St. John the Baptist Catholic recent an- ~ Church, Beloit. The worship center featured a ~ ~\\~ I [] Military Academy. In 1985, he trams- ing texture. It doesn't stain. Spills can Christmas tree and presehts, with the I [] !erred to the Kansas Army Natmnal be brushed off or vacuumed up after d meeting• ~i~ focus on God s present to us, our pry- !~:~: ' ,~1~'~11~ II Gu~•d" they dry• "Vclma has ~.. sents to each other and memories of ~' : :it [] Hannah's military awards include ,,., ,,. . ,,, &countless 4-H Junior Le aders I MelissaRice, ShirleyVameyandSally I~"~. .... ¢,lg [] Commendation Medal with six oak miens exnansion ~tributions, ivy tfts to facility presents ~ members. A vocal trio of Ik -, [] the Meritorious Service Medal, Army w~sllln~l;on l'lrlns Only toJeWunty pro ~ g TheJewgiellCount 4-HJuniorLead- Engel sang II : :!J~ ~ I leaf clusters, Army Achievement r t" ,- mace, but she . ers bought gifts foy. youth at. Beloit The business meeting was con- II ~ I il Medal with five oak leaf cluster sand Two Washington, Kan.,firms, Liq- ducted by Engel. Donations to the ~ ~ ~ I II numerous other award~, uid Glass and Bradford Built, have ttinues to lend her organizational Correctional Facility when [hey met angel tree were approved. Comforts ~ [] I [] He is employed with the KSARNG announced expansion plans• lilies and her httention to detail to Dec 14 at the Rooster Palace, Jewell. for missions-will be tied in February. t [] [~'I II as the Heavy Mobile Equipment Me- Liquid Glass produces clocks and er civic and social organizations, A total of 17 members, five leaders, It was approved to adopt another ~ ~ [] i[lli [] chanic Supervisor. , Kansas Army Na- other items made from melted bottle Deanna Sweat Jewell County n ~, . , and three guests atte ded• prisoner to hold in prayer as was done ~ ~ [] I [] tional Guard Maneuver Area Training glass• The company expects to have .ns on agent•. . Members also brought food items last year• ~ ~ [] I I[ Equipment Site, located on Fort Riley. four full-time and six part-time work- ~sa Boyles, Extens,on chmrper- for the Jewell County Food Pantry. It was approved to serve a meal to [ ~ [] I [] ers next year. 10 Bradford plans to construct a new , made the presentation. Garman s Caleb Ramsc,~ ,,resident con- the district pastors when they meet in I ll ['qB !1 R%ublic UMW . • ~hter, Karen Figgins attended the ~' r ' ~.. , ducted the business meeting• Mem- Jewell Apr. 23. Cookies will be fur- |~[] ~ [] t~nnstmaswasmmea,ratmenome ............ inbUtldingt°h°usethec°mpany'spaint-de artment ~ung. , bers evaluated the recent fund-raising nished for the Kids for Christ program | ~ [] ~ [[ of Bonnie Elliott when the Republican g P • ~arman s accomplishments include project and reported customers were Sunday• Caroling is Dec. 22 with a | ~ [] I I UMW and guest, Kaye Barrett, met on Pt_ngorganizethecountyhealthfair, oleased w" nr u t Th n x .... ~th the ~ odc s. e e t 5:30 supper. Christmas Eve services I~IIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I ~ Dec 4 --'-------'---- = " • , , Lighted Horse Parade ment-A.Kid identificatmn card project will be a campaign to sell fresh are at the Christian Church at 7 p•m• Jason and Jared Nelson, Formoso, members of the dewell County Junior tircctmgs ano welcomes were ex- Earlier "h ...... Ject and the essay and artwork con- fruit and butter braids beginning Feb. Pastor Jim Rice installed officers Leaders, place gifts under the angel tree at Farmway Credit in Mankato. tended by Anita Cline co-presment". . ..... t ~s month tiny, smau~ ..n°rth 8. ' .... centrat r~.ansas commumty ot names who also expressed thanks ror tne ne~p s ns r ...... ' • ' arrnan was on the executive board The ,,rou- voted to sr~nsor a Get with prayer and laying on of hands. Members also donated gifts to the tree in Jewell. • _ . ... po o eo a ngntea norse paraoe to e, v v-- t..aro~yn Abram was hostess, ofcompletingthe AdventBasKets. ~ne, begin me ..... t~nnstmas season 1999-2002 and was a member of Read,, Work~h,-,- , .... ;~' ,,'mn"er The next meeting is Jan• 8 which is . . Guard acts new i ......... -' .... e ....... ~,, ~ then gave a brief Christmas devotion " , ano ~onsumer aerv,ces rut. " Call to Prayer and Self Denial. JC FrlendshW Meals .... fie a.._ • • 13 ' - j . ." membersprepare4-HDayentnes. The and a prayer. L ~der her leadership, the health workshop is Jan. 11 from 3 to 4 p.m. at uullutluutttgtut~x The umt ach,eved gold status for pl~bl~ AVE S lll~'l~ : oecome an import~t wellness the Jewell Community Centerj. All 4- . . .~ _ Lt• Col. Gregory S. Salisbury as- 2003. Plans for craft day were dis- I GUN SHOP I ~,nent people," .Sweat H members are invited to participate. Loca~ stunents get K-~tate degrees Monda,,• Tater tot cass~ro ~ ---;~-.~ sumed command of the 174th Ord- cussed. [ JeWel! ......... Kansas ] ,_,vamable laboratory and sen- Applications to host youth from ... Several students from the Jewell vevetables'wheat roll ,,'~.~-~f~i;'~'~-~ nancy (Maintenance) Battalion, Kan- The program presented by Bonnie [ Bay -- $ 11 -- Trade [ ~neck up.s are provided eve~ New Jersey in July were turned in and wounty. , area ........ were canaiaates "or of- oranges° ..... ~ .......... sas Army National Guard during a Elliott, was from the book,"ACrippled ] Ooen " -- ----.-- I I amb" ] upe oy appointment or cnance ] greesounngrangraauatmnrromt~an-~ ", ,- • recent ceremon"in Ha"s mr more man ~uu paruopants, housingassignmentswillbemadesoon . • . ~uesuay: ~w~ss steak scallo ed Y Y • tartan was instrumental in estab- for the July interstate exchange with sas State Umvers~ty th~s month. ,~tatoes beets in ~'r ..... "~ .... 'P~.., The 174th Ordnance Battalion head- ~ The Mitten tree is to go to the | 785-428-3337 | g the ~dent-A-Kid project that Somerset Coun',, ~r,, • .... Graduates, their home towns and ror"ll ice cream .... ~ ............. quarters is located in Hays with subor- Belleville Elementary School. ] E mail us at [ deslaminatedidentificationcards The group prcs'ent'e~d" t'~he~'ir sport- degrees are hsted: WednesdaY," Bak,-,~ t, ........ t,,~, dinate units in the following cities: Guestsgatheredaroundatabledeco- [ - ] ~lCounty students• Approxi- sors, Gary Tordrup, Bob and Pat Jewell: Nathan Greene, B.S. in ag- ries baked sweet "ot"at'oe's' ~"~",-,~ Smith Center, Mankato, Belleville, rated with a triple candelabra with I davegunshop@nckcn,coml ri 1 W " ' v ............. y zuu students get the ~dentm . - Kemmercr and Loren and Deanna cu turf; Heather ard, associate of Normandy,, sninachr ,~,~ressi,,~, .... ,v,,~ Ph!lhpsburg, Norton, Goodland, gold accent• Each received a golden - " science; and Sandra Lea Hennmgsen, -- - - ' Colb,,, Russell Dod,,e Cit,,, Liberal . Cards• ~ SweatwithgiftcertificatesfromKlema ........... pumpkin crunch cake• ~ .~ , ~ : . angel note card hand crafted by Bonnie __ _~ ,e essay and artwork contest/or Meats ~..a. m ramny smokes ano human ser- Thursday: Closed. Wichita, Fort Riley and Sabetha. Elliott, a Christmas booklet compli- ['fI would like to thank rau'~ hgradestudentsinJeweliCounty, Next meetin~ is Feb 8 v~ces Friday' Closed Salisbury accepted command from ments of Mac Sandeil and a triangle |l -~-~..S'_'~-ff"u )| )ther projectGarmanoversees. = " " Mankato: Jennifer Harris, associ- Mea{s' delivered b,, Catholic outgoing commander, IA. Col.magic marker from Mary Agnes II j_- .-y,j II ~e is an active member of Family ate of science in B S in technology .......... ~ , --. - Lawrence E Hannah Johnson. Each had brought goodies to II neighbors for the food, II 2onsumer Education where she ~ • • . . ~..nurcn. t..allDyYoayotmcah ~entel .... . .,. management; Sarah Hams, B.S. m nhone 378-3385 Salisbury 42 began h~s mmtary share and cider and coffee were pro- IIRowers. c, ift~ and'~hnn~ II S as treasurer, a position she s Webber Wide Awake 4-H News business administration, and Haley " " careerin 1981 as an enlisted soldier in vided by the hostess, BonnieElliott. II~fein'thell the past four yearS:raft day, spring- *.ca," andShC assiStSattends metThcWebberWide Awake4-HClUbfor its November. meeting at. the manWtls°n' B..S. in family studies and ha-services .... SBA loans available the Kansas Army NationalGuard serv-__ ~ ~'~" ~1~~ ~ Ilre2°rnSiPnith~=:Ai:Ceial II Y and area meetings. She pro- Webbcr Methodist Church• Prestdent S..candia: Lisa Gile, B•S. in family m some eounues I (ITE THERTER / Tuesday Happenings programs Jared Nelson called the meeting tOstudtes, and human services. BusinessesmsomcN.' .~ , ebraska,Cok~ ~l '~'--- • --M~aio~--~an~b • ' •"~ -" ""~---" | / ~1~ ~',~ ' 1 ]] th k~~-aKlendrdand t] ~ellCountvHbsfiitalLrn~Term Order. Roll call was the name of a " ~ ,i,i.., rado, Kansas, SouthDakbtaandWyo- ] ~ Manga~,~an. -. _ | S' countyfaitsu 'rintcndelata "favoriteSing*t':,~lhdwasansWetedby ..... ~ ming counties have until Jan. 14tofile I 'llI - '11 / | Hospitality nay / II .-t.he.l .. _'ingnursesat I! )er of the Mo~tl~r'rse Modern five members, two leaders and three prese, nts VMW.prag?m applications for low-interest disaster I -- Showtim~ 1.-'30 p.m-- - | ?/akers and is active in Montrose guests• t~mmeam,tnprese.ntedthe~n.rist-, loans from the U~S. Small Business I ~ ................../ | Saturday, Dec. 20 | II no.spiral II Methodist Church• Members discussed plans for the mas program when harmony On,ted Administration• I 11. ....... / | 9 a.m. + 9 p.m. | II they all II ha ~ upcoming December meeting activi- Methodist Women met recently. The SBA Economic In;ur" Dis"s I I,,~! i11W]li/~Jl [ / • V "" ~J y a- ndallUCW elect officers ties. It was decided to meet at the Good Smlth focused on the ulnerahlhty ter Loans are "v ............I JLI~M[J~I,]~I[t~ ] [Refreshments and Prizes I II a~rer l[ , • U i~lllUOIe lot ousmesses I " "'-"---'" • '="%/ / tWna Barrett was elected presi- Samaritan Home for Christmas carol- of children i, t.odaysworld:usmgthe dependentonfarmersandrancherssus-I 1" .... / | Christmas specials on III II when Randall United Church ing. Each family is to bring three fruit ,rent page stones as examples. , tamm" " g crop losses due to drought [ I1 ]rl~T / / many items | II 11 ~n met recently, baskets for delivery to Wcbber resi- Shirley Snider read from the book extreme heat ,,,,~ .... ;-f,.¢,-,;:,~ I Ill !11 I / "Queen Annes Lace" and closed devo and h, h wm'~' ee ...... ............... ----I/ Ken ~er officers are IvahHoard, vice dents and 4-H friends and more carol- " "g ' ds that occurred from July ] v w~ml/ / ~.,,. Cuba, .* 785-729-3450~ ~ent, Charlotte Anderson, secre- ing. Each member will bring a $5 gift tions with a prayer. 1 2009 ~n,t rnnt;nuln~ I SetinNewOrleans, this~sthestoryotamysteriousrnan, l • • ' --' ............... ~" Nick Easter (John Cusac~) who gels hims~ on the jury of a Roma Grout resided at the bus~- and Karen Matteson, treasurer, for a Christmas Gift Exchange• . P Farmers and ranchers are not el,- I ~~~sYY~a,~'toa | Year books were assembled. Officers conducted a new member nessmeetmg, gible for these SBA loans However I~~juryme"~e'~t°~°teac~'a'Mea~'[ ~'7__~.~ Coralyn Kaufman read an amcle nurseries that are v, ...... " -~ ...... I ~~!:~to?y,~e [ pondenceincludedthankyouceremony for twonew members, Clay • . . . ' ' while Easler'$gi~ne~d Madeo(RaehelW0isz !~st0swindle n the families of Mildred Henderson and Rcnee Ost. During the ao,,u~ ,,,ex~co rrom ,.~ .-,aye, ,_.a,en- disasters can annlv Businesge 'n the mi~onsofdoll~stohavethejuqrettwnavet~etfriendly other r v ....... S I ........ . Naughn Flinn, Lynette program, Callie Boyles gave a project dar Dec. 17 both C~rcles" will" as- followm,," counues~" are eli'-i~-' ....... ] c~,ms~~ffg~:~,0. | The family of Mildred • . 11 E, ~ ul~ tu a|)- elemeflls. tdDarlineAbling andChrist- talk-on preparing a dairy animal for a semble cheer baskets, t,-l'"y. Nuckolls, Tha-yer, Wcoster,~ " ~cw-"I e,emen~s. / ,eals from OCCK and show• Laura Harris gave a demonstra- Eileen Wilson and Bonnie Newell ell, Republic and Smith ] 785-378-3172 | ''J McElroy would liketothank Donations were approved tion on filling a sewing machine bob- were hostesses " [ .... J u for the cards, food bought in, flowers, Youthville and Morrisonbin. Jason Nelsons gave a parliamen- Salina. Thepurchaseofatable tary lesson on proper voting proce- Members dure. Kirsten Unruh led the group in to the Angel Tree at Jewell the''Thumbs Up"game for recreation. food pantry. Hosts were members of the Boyles and Faye Novak were hen- family• birthdays during the last six Wrap acouple of thick rubber bands around your wallet when you're fish- ing or hiking• This will prevent it from slipping out of your pocket. Sac-Fox (with a $15 Casino payback) Reserve Now!!! book www.lmrapbookgarden.¢om ~. Hours: Men-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-5 memorials, visits and all of the kind words following our mother's death. Thank you also to the many people in the Randall and Jewell communities and the Hilltop Lodge at Beloit foryour assistance and care of Mom during the last few years. Roger and Wanda McElroy Donald (Butch) and Beulah McElroy Diane and Bill Edwards ---- % • • 0 o 0o • % • 0 Wedneedaz Dec. 24 o o o o o o (atooon) o Jewell Community Center inia J0hn o o o oSaturday, Dec. 20 • 2 p.m. o Popcorn Movies Drawings for Kids The Johnson kids request a birthday card shower for their o Sponsored by Chamber" of Commerce mother. Her address is: o o o o i O2 N. Commercial o .... :.-" Mankato. Kan. 66956 ,, % 2011 11th Street .... ~.= "5"~, Central : '~ 785-378-3134. 68826 ':.5i.-