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Belleville, Kansas
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THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE, Thursday, August 9, 2001 3A ANDERSON-LEDOUX Danielle Erin Anciorson and Andrew Henry LeDoux were united in marriage December 23, 2000, at the Evangel United Methodist Church in llolton. Officiating at the 6:00 p.m. service was the Rev. Mary Cross. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Sherry Anderson of Agenda. The groom is ihe son of Al and Sarah LeDou,\ of Hollon. Maid of honor was Ashley Anderson, Agenda, sister of the bride. Firidesniaids were Jess LeDoux, Holton, Julie Wolf, Manhattan and LcAnn Eloyd, Stillwater, OK. Trent LeDoux, Holton was the best man. Groomsmen were Scott Doyle, Holton, Spencer Wartman. Topeka and Kyle Colyer, Bruneau, ID. A wedding recejjtion followed at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Hall, Mayetta. The bride is employed in Hollon at Marketing Concept. The groom is a cattle herdsman in Hollon. The nevvlywcds look a cruise for their honeymoon. They reside in Holton. Cub a Marilyn Bowman Aug 4-Path-Personal Action to Health, "The Aerobics Exercise Gals", had coffee with .Maxine Zenger. Monday. She recently moved to Clyde. Attending were: Ruby Chi/.ek, Joan Baxa, Melva Parrack, Alice Wiruth. Alice Davidson, Grace Ann Fiala, Anita Swanson and Wilda Kopsa. The group dined at the AUCTION Auction will be held at the farm located 2 miles east and 2 miles south of SCANDIA, KS or 5 1/2 miles west and 2 miles south of BELLEVILLE, KS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 5:00 pm Antiques and Miscellaneous SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 10:00 am Machinery and Trucks Real Estate Sells at 12:00 PAUL BOMAN ESTATE, OWNER Auction Conducted By BobThummel Ronnie Lagasse Beloil, KS / 785-738-5933 Concordia, KS / 785-243-7371 URA-MID STATES PRT AUGUST 17- 18, 2001 Sponsored by Washington Co. Saddle Club and Rodeo Assn. AUGUST 17 Crown the Que.en...7pni Rodeo Perfonmnce...7:30 pm\ Jr. Barrels....$10 entry fee (16 and under) Boot Race hRlili (6 and under) For Advance Tickets: Megan Wickstrum (Queen Cand.) 785-729-3451 2 SHOWS AT 7:30 PM ADVANCE TICKETS Adults: S5 .00 Kids, 5 12: $3.00 WASHINGJON.KS FAIRGmmS $3600 Added Money GATE TICKETS Adults $7.00 Kids, 6 12 $4.00 AUGUST 18 Kutt Hot Car Rodeo Performance....7:30 pinl Jr. Steer Riding...$10 entry fee (16 and under) Stick Horse Race... miE (6 and under) All youth entries taken night ot toiluo from 6-7, Release lorins need to be signed by parent or guardian For more into call 785-265-3367. FAMILY PACK TICKETS (aduancG only) $15 (2 Adults, 3 Kids under 12) Agenda Cafe for lunch and celebrated Alice Wiruth 's birthday. Mrs. Tom Skucius and Scoti and Mr.s. Diane Weatherhead, Regina and Justin Wren, Belleville, attended the memorial service for Denise Parades, Sunday, at the Assembly of God Church, Belleville. Diana Elyca hosted a birthday dinner for Hannah Weron, July 22. Present were Hannah Weron and daughter Kinzey Car- michacl; Karas Breeding, Brandon Buchler, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Huncovsky and Levi; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huncovsky, Kassi, Kelly and Quint; Jerry Melton, Charlene Tuma and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Beam. Mr. and Mrs. David Mathiesen and Kathryn Mia, Berlhoud, CO, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skucius and family. All attended the wedding of Angle Stroh. Reiurning from Rockford, IL, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corrigan, Nicholas, Matthew and Ryan, were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baxa and Tim; Ken Baxa and Jaden and Jeff Baxa, Beloit. While in Illinois they celebrated Matthew Corrigan's birthday and attended a going away party for Maud Watine of Fr;uice, a foreign exchange student that had spent the past year with the Corrigan's. Mrs. Cecil Keller, Mrs. Leon Lesovsky and Mrs. Ben Neaderhiser, Topeka, were in Appleton, WI, attending a bridal shower for Trisha Gospodarek, who's wedding to Ryan Neaderhiser will take place in October. A carry in dinner was held by the Cuba senior citizens Friday. 14 were in attendance. Karen Henke with the Republic County Health Department administered blood pressure tests. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Havel and Spencer, Wichita and Ashley Havel, Sebeiha, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Havel and attended the NCK Free Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rotl, Clay Center and Brady Roll, Manhattan, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rotl. Sunday dinner guests of Freida Pred- niore. Concordia, were Mr. and Mrs. David Mathiesen and Kathryn Mia; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skucius and family and Doug Mathiesen, Kansas City. All celebrated David's birthday. Diana Elyea and Karas Breeding hosted a going to college dinner at the Cuba city park for the 2001 Hillcrest seniors, parents and guests, July 29. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Skocny and Jeri; Mr. and Mrs. Einer Schou and Abby; Mr. and Mrs. John Krob and Jennifer Joy; Mr and Mr. Sam Wiruth and Erin; David Hendershott, Mike and M;irk; Laura Joy; Nick Wurm; Jake Beam and Levi Huncovsky. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baxa anil family. Sublet, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baxa and Karla. .VIi and Mrs. Lawrence Baxa, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baxa, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baxa and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Baxa and family, Osborne, all attended the Oborny-Harringon wedtliiig in Bellwood, NE, over the weekend. Nate Lesovsky, Salina, dined with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lesovsky, 1-riday. Shelbie and Stephanie Swiercinsky were Friday overnight guests of their grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowman. Marshall Co. Looks At Economic Plan Marshall County Commissioners are considering a plan to fuml eeononiie development activities in 2002. Commissioner Mick Keating propt)sed one percent of the county's budget, or S59,000, be devoted to ihe project, rei)orts the Marysville Advocate. Keating said local businesses lose chances for grants and loans and special tax classifications because they don't know about them. Part of an economic developer's job would be to help with grant applications. Commissioner Dave Stump said since voters voted against the use of a sales tax lor an economic development director, he didn't think the department should be added to ifie^County budget. REPUBLIC COUNTY UNIFIEl [) SCHOOL DISTR CT NO. 427 AU 3UST LUNCH & ACTIVITIES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY This b an njiul opporlunlv program. If jou bdkvc you hive bMn dbcriiniiultd ugainst bcnuM of ran, color, niUoiul origin, age, ta or kiwllcip, wrili ImmntUtelj' to the Sccrttary of Agrictiltun, Wuhlngtoa, DC S>l*d Bar b available tvcr; day al B<lleville High School. Salad Bar fa available on Monday, Wednesday, and FrMay for Grades 7 andS. Milk Is served with all meals. AUGUST 1 Race Car Association Banquet @ BUS Cafeteria. 6 pm:KSIISAA Coaching School. AUGUST 2 KSIISAA Coaching School: Jau Band Performance ® Fairgrounds, 6:30 pm. AUGUST 3 KS Enrollment: BUS Fee Payment: Jau Band Performance & Fairgrounds, 6:30pm; KSHSAA Coaching School. AUGUST 4 Jan. Band Performance @ Fairgrounds, 6:30 pm. AUGUSTS FFA Summer Conference 9 Topeka. AUGUST* FFA Summer Coi^irme » Toptlm; K .a Enrotlmini: BUS Fee Payment. AUGUST 7 FFA Summer Conference @ Topeka: Fall Sports Parent Meeting, 7 pm. AUGUSTS FFA Summer Conference 0 Topeka. AUGUST 9 Adm. Meeting, 1:30pm: KSIISAA Administrators' Seminar 9 St. John's, S:30 am-3:30 pm AUGUST 10 New Teacher Orientation. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 13 Teacher liuenice Day: Fall Sparu Fracilces Begin: BUS Fall Sponi Plciures, 2; JO pm; FB i VB Rulet Heeling 9 Mankalo, 7:30pm: Fttihman Orlenlallon, 6:45 pm; Board Meeting H Ihe Mmlnltirallm Office, 7:30 pm. AUGUST 14 Teacher Insenlce Work Day; BMS Fall Sponi PIfture. 3:30 pm: BMS Open House, 6-7pm; Band Staff, 7-llpm:SluCo Meeting, 8-9 pm. AUGUST 15 Chicken Fried Sleak, Misheo Potatoes, Oravy, Peas, Roll, Pineapple Slices. FIKST DAY OF CUSSES AUGUST 16 BBQ Rib Patty, Bun, 101 Hash Browns, Com, Rosy Applesauce. Sophomore Class Rings Ji Senior Announcements, 7 :45 am; First Day ofFB Practice with Pads; BUS Flag Try Outs, 7.Spm. AUGUST 17 Sausage Pizia, Green Beans, Combination Silsd, Peach Half, No-Bike Cookie. AUGUST 18 American Cancer Society Relay for Life, 4pm-6am AUGUST JO BeefFingen, Mashed PcHiioes, Ckivy, Cooked Canou, Roll, Pe«f Hair, Fall Play AudUhni, Cafi, Spin. AUGUST 21 Oonliu Taco, Rouwhbouu, Comblnallon Salad, Fniit Cocktail. fCA Kick-Off Meeting, 6-7 pm; Fall Play Auditions, Otfi, 7pm. AUGUST 22 Mini Com Dogs, Tri-Taler, Peas & Canots, Mandarin Oranges. DSILT Meeting 9 the Administration Office, 4 pm. AUGUST 23 Chicken Breast Pally, Bun, French Fries, Tomato Slices, Apti'coU. Ai/m. M«(/ng, 1:30 pm; Music Practice, 7.Spm; Play Practice, Room 101, S-IOpm. AUGUSr24 Macaioni & Cheese with Smokies, •reen Beans, Combination Salad, Roll, Rosy Applesauce. Sophomore Class Rings i Senior Announcenunis, 7:45 am; SiuCo "Back 10 School" Dance, ipm-ll ant. AUGUST 25 AUGUST 27 Poik Friller, Mashed Poutoes, Onvy, Spinach, Roll, Pineapple TidbiU.' Speech Kulet Keeling 0 Sacred Hean, 7 pm; MMIC Practice, 7 -S pm. AUCUST28 Taco Salad, Potato PufTs, Pear Half, Brownie. QSP Magaiine Sales, Caff, 10:45 am :aTENIJY )9Beloll,3pm; Play Practice, 7.10 pm. AUGUST 2» Pig In a Blanket, Potato Wedges, Com, Peach Hair. PDC Meeting 0 East Computer Room. 3:45 pm AUGUST 30 Hambwger Patty, Bun, French Fries, Tomato Slices, Rosy Applesauce. OTEN 9 Chapman, 4 pm; BMS VB 9 Smith Center, 4 :30 pm; BMS FB 9 Smith Center, 5 pm; XC 9 Concordia, 4:30 pm; HSVB 9 Russell, 5 pm; Play Practice, Cafi, 7.10 pm. AUGUST 31 Chicken Suipi, Mashed Potatoes, Oravy, Bioctoli, Mandarin Oranges, Roll. HSFB 9 Washington, 7 pm Girl To Compete In World Show Kendra Baehler. Newton, will irompete in the .Vlih annual .'\mer\can Quarter Horse Voiiih ,'\ssociaiion World Championship show in 1-on Worth. Tex. August (i III. Baehler. 17, is the daughter of Dr. Ciar\ and Karen Baehler of Newton, and i;ianddaughier of Dale Frankamp, Belleville. She will be a senior at Bercan .Academy. B.-iehlerwill be among 2,000 youth Irom the United States, Canada and several comuries in the show. She will sonipeie on her Quarter Horse. Vitality Bug. ill barrel racing, iiole-bending. and Ihe slake race. She has also been chosen lo judge on the Kansas AQHYA horse judging team. The world chamiiionshiii is an invita- iu)n:il event that showcases the top .Anieric.iii Quarter Horse youth exhibitors. Coiuiieiitors will vie for 30 worki eluimpmnship titles as well as pn/es. They nuisi earn a predeiermineil luiniber of |ioints at .'\QHA approved shows k'tween May 1. 2(KK) and April .10, 2t)l)l. or be one of the lop two nominated troni a stale. Baehler won the si.-ile in youth barrels ;ind finished second in poles. liigliliglits of the show will air on GMC .Ainenea's Horse. AQHA's weekly w - mm V 1 • 1 f : 1 A : . # • # - ^1' pening returned home with them for a visit. Craig and Tammy Fencl, Brett and Kaley, MorrowviUe, visited Dorothy Fencl. Thursday morning. ,\iieiidlng Ihe ice cream social 'i Mor- rouAille Wednesday evening vv.rc' Christine Cooper; Luella Welch: Wendell and Lorna Zenger; Martha Lindsley; Garnett Rhine; Kenny and Lea Dawn Welch, Michael and Nathan, Haddam. Mike and Glcnda Mullen, Lincoln, NF, were Sunday guests of Helen Frye. Dinner guests at the Haddam Cafe were: the Mullen's, Helen Frye, Ja\' and Donna l"rye. B.J. and Clint. Winners of the Frontier Day Parade Categories are as follows: 1st place float- North Central High School Cheerleaders. 2nd jilace float-Morrowville Stick To It 4-H Club. 1st place individual-Clint Frye on unicycle. 2nd place individual-Kyle and Laura Thompson as clowns. Car- Hruna of Washingion, stretch car. KFNDRA BAFIILER ie]e\isn'i) series on I :S1\\ Hroatlcasi ihiics :iie ,\ugusi l^). Sepienihei .'S : IIHI Sepieniher 1 1. ;ii p.m. Establish Prairie Dog Colony At Greenleaf Tw ent \'-five black-tailed prairie dogs h,i\e been releasetl on an 80-acre tract south of Greenleaf to re-establish a colony on liic site. Si >nie people see the species as animals 111 need of proieclion. :ind others as an ;iericuliure pesi. reporls the Washingion Ciiuiuy News. Ron Klaiaske. Manhattan, formerly of Greenleaf, owns the land and is state director of Audubon of Kansas. Klaiaske has been active in a mulii- siiiie project to voluntarily address the recovery of prairie dogs and their as- sociaieil habitat. The black-tail prairie tlog is nearly nun existent in coiiiilies east of USKl, cxcejn lor ;i small colony in soulhwestern C'l;iy C 'ouniN'. Kl.iiaske believes if |">raii 'ie dogs reiiini. Inirrowiiig owls, horned hirks, lark spar- Make It With Wool Contest Set This year's Disinei II Make It Yourself \\ nil Wool Contest will be held at the Methodist Church in Beloit on October 17. Registration isa( 9:00 a.m. with the siyle revue at 2M) ]i.m. The contest is open to people of all ages who sew with wool. ,\ newer category' this year "Made for Giher" in which a garment is created by one perstiii and modeled by another. lor furiher information contact Chris- imc l.hiiii or the local Fxiension Office. luws, luiwks :iiul e;igles will follow. In l')OS the Naiion;il Wildlife l-eiler;i- iion iisketl llie hl.tek lailetl prairie dog be .iildctl (o ,1 lisl 111 llire:(lc'iie(l s()eeies. Khii.iske lio |ies sunicday ihe colony Lovcis 2r> lo M) ;ieios wiihin ilic SO-;icre pjircel. anil ilie publa can Mew the colon)'. Haddam Mrs. Bill Fond I .luly .Vl-|-;ila West reiurneti home July 27. Iron) a len da\ ni\ sier\ Bus Tour. The lour included Toronto, C;inada and Niiiuara Lalls. Clin and Glemhi riiompsoii, K\ie and L;iura Mae, Hulcliinson. spent the weekend with I.uella Welch. .Minnie Per- KU Honor Roll The University of Kansas announces area studenis tin the Spring 2001 Honor Roll. D .iwii I.aii .ie l.amberi, Cl_vde, Junior- line ,'\ris: Lindsay Leigh Hanson, Con- cortlui. Soiiluuiiore Liberal Arts ami Sciences; Kara J Hopkins. Concordia, Sophtunore-l.iberal .'Xrls and Sciences; C'li;irles /.iichary ilenrs'. Concordia. Junior Fngineering, Fine .Arts; Lyle Ntir- nuiii McMillan. Jamestown. Sophomore- Liber .il .Aris and Sciences; Nicole Leigh NUihlnKiii. I-sbon. Junior-Liberal Arts and Sciences: Juliann Tenille Schmidt, Esboii, Senior- Liberal Arts and Sciences/JouriKilism: Megan Miriah Thomas, Mankato, Soplioinore-Liberal Arts and Sciences; Sarah Jane .•\rbuthnot, Belleville, Senior- Liberal .'\ris and Sciences; Randall Clark lloli, Belleville, Senior-Liberal Arts & Sciences Fduciition; Kiley Ann Larson, Belleville. Senior- Liberal Arts and Scien ces: 1-nk B. Leon. Belleville, Senior School of Pharmacv: Jennifer Lee Ellioii. ('(Uiriland. Senior- l-ine Arts; Madge Lorraine Miichardy. Munden, Junior-Fine .•\ris; Ryan Lee Chapui. Clifton, Senior- School ol Pharmacy; Jon Brett Stoppel, Washingion. Junior-Liberal Arts and Sciences ;iiui .\]Mil .'\lanc Wiemcrs. Washinetoii. Senior-School cif Nursinu. 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