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					                                                                                                                                                                                The Goodland Daily News / Thursday, January 11, 2001                              3
about our friends                                                                                                                  Couple married in Kansas City
calendar                                    Thursday with Imel. For questions,
                                            call 899-7242.
                                                                                         on the second Saturday of each              Sara Beth Mertens of Indepen-
                                                                                         month. For questions or personal sup- dence, Mo., and Brandon Fixsen of
   Window Dedication — A dedica-              Carnegie Arts Center — The arts            port, call Della Helzer at 899-2585.
tion of three stained glass windows                                                                                               Overland Park were married Nov. 4
                                            center is open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues-                                              at St. Thomas More Catholic Church
made by Dixie Chatfield for the Sher-       day through Friday and from 1-4 p.m.         school menu                              in Kansas City, Mo. Father Matt
man County Courthouse will be held          Saturday, Sunday and Monday.                    Friday — Sandwiches, tater tots, Brumleve officiated the double ring
at 10 a.m. Friday at the courthouse.          Basketball Camp — Applications             lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onion, fruit ceremony.
The community is invited.                   are now being evaluated for the Ten          shape-up and milk.
   Farm Safety Demonstration — A                                                                                                     Parents of the bride are Otto
                                            Star All Star Summer Basketball
free farm safety program will be held       Camp. Boys, ages 8-19, and girls, ages
                                                                                         hospital report                          Mertens of Jefferson City, Mo., and
                                                                                                                                  Carol Mertens of Cedar Rapids,
from 5-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the             10-19, can apply. Players are selected       Goodland Regional Medical Center
Sherman County 4-H Building in                                                                                                    Iowa. The groom’s parents are
                                            by invitation only. The Kansas camp             Admitted on Wednesday: Gladys
Goodland. A meal will be provided.                                                                                                Randall and Debbie Fixsen of
                                            location is in Atchison. College basket-     Nicholson, Christina Noffsinger, Etta
This program is ideal for farm families.                                                                                          Goodland.
                                            ball scholarships are possible for play-     Blanch Smith and Shaunda Tompkins,
It will teach when, how and who to call                                                                                              The bride was given in marriage by
                                            ers named to the All-American Team.          all of Goodland.
for help, when and how to give first aid                                                                                          her father.
                                            For an evaluation form, call (704) 568-         Dismissed on Wednesday: Dwight
treatment and whether or not to move                                                                                                 Maid of honor was Mandy
                                            6801, anytime.                               Perrey, Goodland.
a victim in case of a farm emergency.                                                                                             Mertens, sister of the bride. Brides-
                                                                                            Transferred: none.
                                                                                                                                  maids were Ally Newton, Mary Ann
Please RSVP by Thursday to (785)            photos needed                                   Specialists for Friday: Dr. Alfred
                                                                                                                                  Thies and Lisa Tousinsky.
483-2131. For questions, call either           Photos are needed for a 2001 alumni       Carr, ear, nose and throat.
Dana Belshe at 899-4880 or Valerie                                                                                                   Best man was Gardner Lee Hart,
                                            reunion display to be put up next year at       Hospital weekly volunteer sched-
Kaup at 899-2378.                                                                                                                 formerly of Goodland. Groomsmen
                                            the High Plains Museum in Goodland.          ule — Friday — Ruth Morton, cour-
   Soup Spectacular — The commu-                                                                                                  were Saul Musquiz, formerly of
                                            Any photos of Goodland classes or indi-      tesy; Fern Hawks, a.m.
nity is invited to attend a soup supper                                                                                           Goodland; Clayton Fixsen, brother
                                            viduals will work and are needed, as soon
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the          as possible, so that work can begin on the
                                                                                         animal shelter                           of the groom; and Eric Mangold.
Central School cafeteria, 1311 Main.                                                        Have you lost a pet? Call the Good-      Aimee Brown, cousin of the
                                            display. For questions, stop by the mu-                                               groom, was soloist for the wedding.
Chili, chicken noodle soup and cinna-       seum or call 899-4595.                       land Police Department at 899-4570.
mon rolls will be served. Tickets can                                                       Are you interested in adopting a pet?    A reception, dinner and dance were
be bought at the door or from Central       society donations                            Call the Northwest Kansas Animal         held at the BTA Conference Center
                                                                                                                                  in Kansas City, Mo.
students. The supper is to earn money          The Sherman County Historical             Shelter at 899-6464.
for benches and a table for the school                                                      Found: Male black Labrador mix at        Some out of town guests were
                                            Society has received positive response
playground. Other activities will be                                                     12th and Syracuse; and young female      Wilma Fixsen of Longmont, Colo.,
                                            to the proposed purchase of the Edythe
going on during that time.                  Handy house. Your continued support          Rottweiler mix at 19th and Commerce. grandmother of the groom; Ruth
   Relay Challenge Meeting — A                                                                                                    Mertens of Jefferson City, Mo.,
                                            is critical to the award of the grant re-
meeting for the 24-Hour Relay Chal-         quest that is currently in progress. Tax-
                                                                                         today in history                         grandmother of the bride; and Stan
lenge will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday        free pledges or donations may be made           In 1901, a headline read “Samuel Fry and Kim Duell of Goodland.
                                                                                                                                     The couple went on a honeymoon                                     Sara and Brandon Fixsen
at the Goodland High School library.        to the historical society at P.O. Box        Is No More.” His death was attributed
   Singles Gathering — The Thurs-           684, Goodland, Kan. 67735 or by call-        to pneumonia, super induced by an at- to Antigua, West Indies. They are liv-
                                                                                         tack of lagrippe. Fry was born in 1842 ing in Overland Park.                        Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Mo. land High School and Pittsburg State
day Night Together Christian singles        ing 899-6773.
                                                                                         and was injured at the battle of Shiloh     The bride is a graduate of St. Mary’s   She is a physical therapist.          University. He is a computer soft-
group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Jan. 25, at Marie Edwards. For         card shower                                  during the Civil War. He came to         High School in Kansas City, Kan., and        The groom graduated from Good- ware and hardware engineer.
details, call 899-2733.                   Fred and Lenna Studer will cel-                Sherman County with the railroad and
activities                              ebrate their 40th wedding anniversary
                                        on Sunday, Jan. 14. Their children
  Aerobics Classes — Morning aero- would like to honor them with a card
                                                                                         worked for a time as a freight conduc-
                                                                                         tor. He was a tireless worker with the
                                                                                         Grand Army of the Republic and the
                                                                                                                                   4-h club news
bics classes are available at 5:30 a.m. shower. Send cards to them at 1612               Modern Woodmen. He was an indus-             Glendale Livewires 4-H Club            Thursday. Leader Penny Sheldon said             For recreation, the group played
with Tina Tompkins, and at 8 a.m. with Center, Goodland, Kan. 67735.                     trious and public spirited citizen, a       The Glendale Livewires 4-H club         there were still spots for members to         ‘‘Down by the Banks of the Hanky
Marilyn Imel, Monday, Wednesday,                                                         warm hearted comrade and a sympa- made plans at their November meeting              sign up for project talks and demon-          Panky,’’ which was led by Taylor Raile
and Friday at the Goodland Activities       support group                                thetic friend.                           to help with a food drive and have pizza   strations. Treasurer Brandon Cowan            and Justin VanVleet. The next meeting
Center. A senior aerobics class for       The Multiple Sclerosis Support                    From The Goodland Republic/Infor- and go caroling afterwards.                    reported that First National Bank has         will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, January
those who desire a less strenuous work- Group of Burlington, Colo., would like           mation provided by The Sherman              The club met at 7 p.m. on Nov. 20 at    no charge for a checking account, but         15. Leader Penny Sheldon announced
out will be at 8 a.m. Tuesday and to help. The group meets at 9:30 a.m.                  County Historical Society                the 4-H building. Roll call was a good     he hasn’t had a chance to change banks        that the food drive would begin at 8
                                                                                                                                  habit to have. President Deanna            yet.                                          a.m. at the United Methodist Church.
obituary                                                                                                                          Livengood opened the meeting.
                                                                                                                                  Teagan Raile led the club in singing
                                                                                                                                                                                The club will participate in the Gen-
                                                                                                                                                                             esis Food Drive on Dec. 2. Members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Darin Richardson said he would
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           give record book suggestions and
                                                                                                                                  ‘‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat.’’ There         will have a pizza party and go caroling       pointers to 4-hers. The meeting was
  Matthew Cole Schmidt                      p.m., Central Time, Friday at the South-                                              were 16 members, two leaders and one       at the Good Samaritan Center after-           adjourned by saying the club motto.
                                                                                         Voth, both of North Newton.
  Matthew Cole Schmidt, 2 months,                                                                                                 guest present. Secretary Courtney          wards. This will count as the Decem-            Refreshments were served by the
                                            ern Hill Mennonite Church at 511 S.E.           He was preceded in death by his
Lawrence, grandson of Goodland resi-                                                                                              Sheldon read the minutes of last           ber meeting and will be an optional           VanVleet and Kallsen families.
                                            37th Street in Topeka. Private burial will   grandmother, Rosalie (Voth) Schmidt.
dents Frank and Virginia Blain, died        be in Oak Hill Cemetery at Lawrence.                                                  month’s meeting. For communica-            one.                                            Kathryn Craft, reporter
                                                                                            Memorials may be made to the Mat-
Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2001, at Children’s                                                                                           tions, the club received a thank you          Chad Kallsen gave a project talk on
                                              Other survivors include his parents        thew Schmidt Memorial Fund to be
Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo.
  He was born Nov. 3, 2000, in Over-
                                            of Lawrence; a brother, Randall
                                            Schmidt of the home; paternal grand-
                                                                                         used for the Neo-Natal Intensive Care
                                                                                         Unit at the Overland Park Regional
                                                                                                                                  from the Larned State Hospital for their
                                                                                                                                  donation to the hospital’s Christmas
                                                                                                                                                                             steers. Justin VanVleet gave a project
                                                                                                                                                                             talk on rockets. Brandon VanVleet                Classifieds really
land Park, the son of Carla (Blain) and
Mark Schmidt.
                                            parents, Randall and Rachel Schmidt
                                            of Eudora; and paternal great-grand-
                                                                                         Medical Center and sent in care of
                                                                                         Warren-McElwain Mortuary, 120 W.
                                                                                                                                     Darin Richardson announced that
                                                                                                                                                                             gave a health and safety tip on gun con-
                                                                                                                                                                             trol. Richard Bauman gave a project                   work!
  Memorial services will be held at 4       parents, Dorothy Schmidt and Elmer           13th Street, Lawrence, Kan. 66044.
                                                                                                                                  the 4-H livestock sale held during the
                                                                                                                                  fair would be on Friday rather than
                                                                                                                                                                             talk on electricity. Deanna Livengood
                                                                                                                                                                             gave a demonstration on electricity.             Call 899-2338.
matters of record
       Goodland Police Report               WaKeeney, speeding 80/55, $99.               Highlands Ranch, Colo., speeding in
                                                                                                                                             Hurry in! Ends Monday, January 15
   Jan. 2 — At 9:13 a.m., it was re-          Renee M. Fazzari, 20, St. Louis,           construction zone 82/60, $126.
ported that two tires were cut on a ’94     Mo., speeding94/70, $96.                        Jenipher M. Fortier, 26, Winchester,
GMC, owned by the Goodland                    Jan. 3 — Joni L. Wahlmeier, 21,            Mass., speeding 91/70, $87.
school district, at 12th and Montana        WaKeeney, speeding 92/70, $90.                  Richard J. Harrison, 32, Aurora,
between 5 p.m. on Dec. 30 and 6 a.m.          Jan. 4 — Sandra L. Eckhoff, 28,            Colo., speeding 91/70, $87.
on Jan. 2.                                  Bird City, speeding 65/55, $64.                 Wednesday — Jose A. Villalovos,
   Jan. 3 — At 7:57 a.m., Wendy’s,            Terry L. Taylor, 36, Goodland, ex-         26, Worthington, Minn., driving on a

2303 Enterprise Road, reported that         pired registration, $64.                     suspended driver’s license, $154; no
their store was broken into. TV moni-         Friday — Daniel R. Rasbach, 27,            liability insurance, $10.
tors, a computer monitor and cash were
taken and a glass window and office
equipment were damaged between               student of the week

11:30 p.m. on Jan. 2 and 7:45 a.m. on
Jan. 3.
   At 8:38 a.m., Judy C. Haas re-                                                          Activities involved in at
ported that two beds and a vacumn                                                        school: Volleyball, Basketball,
cleaner were taken from 718 Eustis,
                                                                                         Senior Class Secretary, SADD,
   Jan. 4 — At 10:06 a.m., Sue T.                                                        NHS, GAA, and Yearbook.
Barker reported that a Florida state flag                                                  My choice of movies, books,
and a peg for a light were taken from                                                    and games: I listen to mainly
904 W. 16th between 5:30 and 10 p.m.                                                     country and my favorite book is
on Jan. 3., $52.
   At 11:10 p.m., Nadilyn J. Purdy was
                                                                                         “The Scarlet Letter.” I don’t re-
arrested for battery towards Earnest C.                                                  ally have favorite game, but if I
Knight and for damaging his shirt at                                                     did it would be any card games.
1615 Center, $3.                                                                           After I leave Goodland High
   Friday — At 7:30 a.m., Warren K.

                                                                                         School I intend to…: Go to col-
Baum reported that an American flag
was taken from 506 Caldwell, $30.
                                                                                         lege at Casper College in Wyo-
   Saturday — At 10:30 p.m., Presto                                                      ming or Oklahoma Panhandle
Inc., 2510 Commerce Road, reported             Name: Kendra Brack                        State University. I plan to ma-

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a gas skip, $16.                                                                         jor in computer science and mi-
                                               Parents: Gary and Roxi Brack
                                               Grade: Senior                             nor in ag business.
        Goodland Accidents
   Jan. 3 — At 10:07 a.m., Robert V.           Age: 17                                     And 10 years from now, I
Wurtz, driving a ’92 Dodge pickup,             We’ve nominated this stu-                 think I’ll be…: Married, in the
and Minnie Belle Imhof, driving a ’95        dent because: Kendra is an ex-              profession I choose, with a child,
Chevrolet, were both going east on
17th. Wurtz went to stop, but couldn’t
                                             ceptional student in the class-             and participating in PRCA ro-                         all previously marked-down red-ticketed
                                             room, she is very outgoing and              deos with my husband.
because of some ice and hit Imhof’s
vehicle on the driver side.                  a joy to have in the classroom.               Favorite Quote: “Though no                           clearance items in every department
   At 12:13 p.m., Donald Dodds Jr.,            Student Comment: Favorite                 one can go back and make a
                                                                                         brand new start, anyone can start
driving a ’92 Saturn, was going east on
15th and hit a ’92 Mercury, driven by
                                             Aspect-The fact that all the
                                                                                         from now and make a brand new
                                                                                                                                                             Example of your                                          savings:
                                             teachers care about their students
Amanda M. Meissinger, who was go-
ing north on College. Dodds said his         so much. Best like subject-Com-             ending.” Carl Bard                                                  Original Price  =                                        2 8 . 0 0
                                             puter Applications. Remember-
view was obstructed by a large pine
tree.                                        The pickup club from my junior
                                                                                                                                                             Clearance Price =                                        1 4 . 9 9
   Friday — At 6:59 a.m., Christopher
Cerda, driving a ’91 Ford pickup, was
                                             year.                                                                                                           Extra 25% Off   =                                        - 3 . 7 5
going east on 14th and was in the in-
tersection of 14th and Cherry when he                                                                                                                        Your Final Price                                   = 1 1 . 2 4
was hit by a ’76 Chevrolet pickup,
driven by Dustin A. Baker, who was
going north on Cherry. Baker said his
view was blocked by parked cars and                                                                                                                         Original prices reflect offering prices which may not have resulted in actual sales. Extra 25% Off cannot
                                                                                                                                                            be applied to prior purchases. Extra 25% Off applies to red-ticketed clearance prices only and does not
trees.                                                                                                                                                      include Outlet Store purchases or mattress closeouts. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken on
                                                                                                                                                            original prices. Reductions on original-price merchandise effective until stock is depleted. Merchandise
                                                        Hwy. 24 • Goodland, Kan. • (785) 899-5454                                                           selection may vary slightly from one JCPenney store to another.
    Sherman County Traffic
  Jan. 2 — Kevin A. Gosser, 33,                                                                                                                                          DOWNTOWN GOODLAND

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