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Thursday,DATE, 2008
2 Saint. Francis Herald
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Herald staff photo by Betty Jean Winston
Golfers compete at tourney
and Mike Battin were third and
Derrick Tice and Dave Hubert,
fourth.
Placing first in the second flight
was the team of Luke McKain and
Brian Sabatka. Roger Lauer and
Dennis Hemphill placed second
while Tim Poling and Larry Ihrig
were third and Melvin Confer and
Curt Confer, came in fourth.
Two teams tied for first place in
the third flight. They were the team
of Troy Burr and John Wahrman
and the team of Gary Rogers and
Steve Johnson. Tom Roelfs and
Fred Roelfs placed third and Brett
Poling and Darrell Peter placed
fourth.
Hole prizes
Saturday
Long putt, number one: Tom
Roelfs, 51-8.
Closest to the pin on second
shot: Gerald Lauer.
Closest to any pin: Randy
Dinkel, 5-6.
Long putt, number three: Derek
School Menu
Monday 25
Breakfast: warm muffins, juice,
cereal assortment, milk
Lunch:
chicken
strips,
broccoli rice casserole, hot rolls,
cantaloupe, milk
Tuesday 26
Breakfast: breakfast casserole,
toast, juice, cereal assortment,
milk
Lunch: French dip sandwich,
au jus, French fries, green beans,
Mandarin orange Jello, milk
Wednesday 27
Breakfast: coffee cake, orange
Julius, juice, cereal assortment,
milk
Lunch: nachos, chili, cheese,
and chips, breads ticks, tossed
salad, sliced pears, milk
Thursday 28
Breakfast: breakfast taco, salsa,
juice, cereal assortment, milk
Lunch: chicken club sandwich,
potato chips, baked beans and
strawberries and bananas, milk
Friday 29
Breakfast: fruit turnovers, juice,
cereal assortment, milk
Lunch: sausage, pepperoni or
cheese pizza, relish sticks, ice
cream bars, peaches, milk
• Salad bar is offered at noon
daily in the junior/senior high
school
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Bulletin Board
THE PUTTING GREEN was busy on Saturday morning as golfers prepared for their afternoon
round. Dustin Gilliland (left) and Roger Lauer both put in some practice time.
By Betty Jean Winston
[email protected]
The Riverside Rendezvous
is one of the highlights of the
season at the St. Francis golf
club. This event, which celebrated
it’s 30th year, was held Aug. 15
through Aug. 17 on a cool, rainy
weekend.
Ninety-four golfers, in twoman teams, participated in either
the championship, first, second or
third flight, during the weekend.
Taking the top prize was the team
of Gerald Lauer and Greg Lauer,
who won the championship flight.
Wade Quiggle and Branson Real
came in second while Jon Roelfs
and Cale Rieger placed third. Two
teams tied for fourth place in the
flight, the team of Dale Crabtree
and Derek Crabtree and the team
of Tom Smull and Dev Mull.
Justin McAtee and Jared
McAtee won the first flight with
Jason Johnson and Travis Daise
placing second, Brett Petersen
Saint Francis Herald
Crabtree, 19-5.
Long drive in fairway, number
three: Toby Kechter.
Long putt, number five: Bill
Landau, 30-1.5.
Closest to outhouse, number
six: Troy Burr.
Closest to pin, number seven:
John Wahrman, 32-0.
Closest to pin on second shot,
number eight: Tom Bliss, 4-4.
Long putt, number eight: Keith
Bracelin, 33-8.
Most putts, number eight: Troy
Burr/John Wahrman, eight.
Long drive in fairway (60 plus):
Jeff Danielski.
Long putt, number nine: Jon
Roelfs, 20-10.
Sunday
Short drive in fairway, number
one: Bob Brenner.
Long putt, number one: Brett
Poling, 40-6.
Closest to any pin, Dustin
Gilliland, 5-2.5.
Long putt, number three,
Kendall Day, 25-6.
Long drive in fairway, number
three, Toby Kechter.
Closest to pin, number four:
Branson Real, 20-0.
Long putt, number five: Jared
McAtee, 35-8.
Long drive in fairway, number
six: Gerald Lauer.
Closest to pin: Justin McAtee,
45-0.
Closest to pin in two: Branson
Real, 6-0.
Long putt, number eight: Gerald
Lauer, 30-10.
Long drive in fairway (60+)
number nine: Larry Larsen.
Long putt, number nine: Gerald
Lauer, 14-3.
Death notice
Edwin W. Zimbelman (89)
Northglenn, Colo., died Aug. 11,
2008, at North Suburban Hospital,
Thornton, Colo.
He is survived by his wife,
Mildred M. of Elms Haven
Care Center, Thornton; and by
five children: Larry Zimbelman
Sr. (wife Anna) of Northglenn,
Marilyn Levinson of Aurora, Colo.,
Sharon Schuricht, of St. Francis,
Dorothy Baxter (husband George)
of Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Dona
Helsing of Boulder, Colo., as well
as seven grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
Condolences to the family may
be sent to Larry Zimbelman at
405 Wellington St. Northglenn,
CO 80234. Memorials may be
made to Trinity Christian Center,
11980 Claude Ct., Northglenn,
CO 80233
96th birthday celebrated
Gus Zweygardt will be 96 on
Sept. 4. He would like cards sent
to him at 315 Village Rd, Apt. 11,
St. Francis, KS 67756.
Card shower
On Sept. 4, Otto Bandel will be
90 years old. Cards of well wishes
can be sent to him at 1195 Rd. 14,
St. Francis, KS 67756.
90th birthday
The children and grandchildren
of Lucille Wright are having a
card shower to help her celebrate
her 90th birthday on Aug. 26.
Cards can be address to her
at P.O. Box 474, Bird City, KS
67731, or phone her at (785)
734-2276.
Offices closed on Sept. 1.
Ad, picture and story deadline
for the Sept. 4 issue of The Saint
Francis Herald and Bird City Times
will be at 5 p.m on Tuesday, Sept.
2, as the offices will be closed on
Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 1). The
newspapers will be published and
delivered one day later that week.
Story hour
Enrollment for Story Hour at the
St. Francis Public Library will be
on Monday, Aug. 25.
Kansans for Life
The Cheyenne County Kansans
for Life will meet at the Church
of Christ, St. Francis on Monday,
Aug. 25, for a potluck dinner and
meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m.
All members of the community
are welcome to join in prayer,
learning and fellowship as
members work together to provide
“Life for All.”
Common Threads Quilt Guild
Common Threads Quilt Guild
will meet on Thursday, Aug.
21,at 6:30 p.m. at Sainty Stitches.
Guests are welcome.
Fall Field Day
Kansas
State
University
Research
and
Extension,
Agricultural Research Center in
Hays in holding a Fall Field Day
on Tuesday, Aug. 26. Registration
will be between 9 and 9:30 a.m.
Among the main topic are
“Weed Control on Sorghum
and Sunflowers,” “How Reside
ManagementAffects Soils,” Crops,
and the Environment,” “Sorghum
for
Biomass
Production,”
Get your kids ready for School!
*Clothes *Furniture *Washer/dryer *Stove
*Household items — Such as dishes,
silverware, etc.
2nd Beginnings
Thrift Store
Wednesdays: 9 a.m - 9 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. - noon
309 S. Bird Ave. • Bird City • 785-734-2443 or 734-2728
Licensed Nurse
St. Francis Village
820 S. Denison St.
St. Francis, KS 67756
Phone: 785-332-2531
Fax: 785-332-2716
• Full-Time or Part-Time
• Good Pay for Rural Setting
• Supportive Community
Needed
“Corn vs Sorghum in Western
Kansas,” “Market Outlook for
Wheat and Other Grains,” and
“Precision Agriculture and Zonal
Management: What’s Possible?
What’s Practical?”
For information call (785)
625-3425.
Hospital Board
The Cheyenne County Hospital
Board will meet at 3 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 28, in the clinic
basement meeting room in St.
Francis.
Tag deadline
All residents with last names
beginning with M, N and O
should purchase their car, pickup,
motorcycle and motorized bike
tags and pay their vehicle personal
property tax by the end of the
month to avoid paying a penalty.
Sisters In Serenity AA
A Sisters In Serenity women’s
Alcoholics Anonymous group
meets at 5 p.m. on Sundays at 585
N. Franklin, City Hall, northwest
basement door in Colby. There is
a play room for younger children
and a quiet space for older children
on-site. For more information
call (785) 672-3406 or (785)
538-2526.
These meetings are limited to
female alcoholics to provide an
opportunity for members to share
with one another on problems
related to drinking patterns
and attempts to achieve stable
sobriety. They also permit detailed
discussion of various elements in
the recovery program.
Prairie Land pick up
The Prairie Land food pick up
date is Saturday, Aug. 23. The
location is the St. Francis First
United Methodist Church.
Library Art Gallery
Henry Schirmer’s mementos of
World War II will be on display in
the Art Gallery of the St. Francis
Public Library during the month
of August.
Commodity distribution
Government
surplus
commodities will be distributed
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Friday,
Aug. 22, at the St. Francis Co-op
community room. Pick up in person
or send a signed permission note
with another individual. Cheyenne
County address is required
Please bring a strong sack or
box for your items.
Commodities available include
breakfast cereal, beef stew,
grapefruit juice, chicken, green
beans, orange juice, peanut butter.
Treasure Hunt map
Those planning to participate
in the Sept. 19, 20 and 21 U.S.
36 Border to Border Treasure
Hunt and want to listed on the
St. Francis Treasure Hunt map
need to contact Betty Orth, area
coordinator, at 785-332-2540 or
785-332-4024.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Sainty Serenity Seekers open
meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
is held at 7:30 p.m. each Thursday
evening at the United Methodist
Education Building at 104 W.
Webster, St. Francis. Call (785)
332-6542 for more information
Northwest Family Shelter
Northwest Kansas Family
Shelter provides 24-hour-7 daya-week services to victims of
domestic violence and sexual
assault. Weekly support groups are
available for women and children
within the northwest Kansas area.
For information or in need of
assistance, please call the toll-free
number 1-800-794-4624.
Corrections:
• Terri Cappell of McCook,
Neb., is the mother of Dallas
Walz, who was welcomed into
the University of Kansas School
of Medicine in the White Coat
Ceremony held Aug.1.
• Greg Walz is the vice-president
of the Amusement Authority.
Students complete
hunter certification
By Betty Jean Winston
[email protected]
Seven perspective candidates
entered the hunter safety course
held through the Kansas Wildlife
and Parks on Aug. 12, 14, 15
and 16 at the Cheyenne County
Wildlife club house. Following
the four days of instruction all of
the candidates passed the test and
received their certification card.
Attending the class this year
were Jerry White, Matthew White,
Payton Beims, Trisha Zweygardt,
Kyler Zweygardt, Echo Jones and
Gustava Jardine.
“This was a small class,” Chet
Gardner, instructor said. “But they
were of high quality.”
Hunter
safety
instructors
besides Mr. Gardner include Tim
Stimbert, Dick Rohweder and
Francis O’Leary,
The size of the class also allowed
time for individual instruction.
According to the Kansas law,
people who are 27-years old or
younger and want to hunt must
carry a certification card along with
their hunting license. Certification
cards can be obtained only after
the individual has completed a
hunter education course and all
hunters who were born on or after
July 1, 1957, must complete the
course.
Those attending the class must
be 11-years old or turn 11 by the
last day of class. Others who have
previously taken the class are
eligible to renew their hunting
knowledge and skills.
SHOWTIME: 8:00 p.m.
1 hr. 49 min.
Mamma Mia
Aug. 21, 22 & 23
Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda
Seyfried, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgard
Musical/Performing Arts
and Adaptation
PG-13 for some sex-related
comments.
Cheyenne Theater
Children 12 & Under: $3
St. Francis, KS
785-332-2747
All Others: $5
CHEYENNE COUNTY
1st • St. Francis, KS
HOSPITAL 210 W.785-332-2104
“Swing Fore Your Health”
• Benefits (Full-Time)
• Pleasant & Inexpensive Community
• Onsite Senior (55+) Housing Available
Call Rick or Michele R at 785-332-2531
St. Francis Good Samaritan Village
is an EEO/AAP – M/F/V/D employer.
105 W. Washington, St. Francis
Check your
renewal dates
Current Rates
See American Profile magazine in this week’s issue of
Area - $33
KS - $38
Out-of-State - $42
Bird City Times
KS - $30
Out-of-State - $34
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For more information contact:
Casey at 785-332-3162
6th Annual
“Swing Fore Your Health”
Golf Tournament
Sunday, Sept. 7, 2008
“Free Will” Luncheon at the
Riverside Dinning Room
St. Francis, Ks.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the
Cheyenne County Hospital’s Major Appliances
for the future kitchen remodel.
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