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Tuesday. February 11th Thursda'r, February ;th r THE RANDALL BRANCH I I I Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Ushers during the Sunday morning I/a's 91st birthday. worship service at the Olive Hill Church Glem)~i Reling, Cawker City, was a were Roger Wilton and Ken Winslow. Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Den- ver, were Sunday through Thursday house guests of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Monday, Dewayne and Collene Barleen, St. Paul, joined them. The Wilton family served homemade i cream and cake at the Lady Vestey Center during the noon hour to every- one who came for lunch in observance of the 91 st birthday of their mother, Ila Wilton. Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Zelda Schuster had lunch at a Superior care and visited later in Zelda's home. Darren, Jessica, Aaron, Amanda, Anya and Allison Thompson, Dr. Ken- neth and Evelyn Thompson and Ivan Smith, Kearney, had a dinner at a Guide Rock cafe to honor Darren and his grandfather, Ivan Smith, for their birthdays. Roger and Carol Roe were week- end guests of John, Sandi, Randee and Ryan Roe, Holdrege. Visitors of Wilma Andrews have been Evelyn Huffman, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler, Sharon Martin, Elsie Uplinger, LolaNoble, MargaJ'et Myers, Vesta Leece, Dee Ross, Luceille McKee, Elizabeth and Lyle Reece, Mankato, and Dallas Langcr. Monday afternoon, Harold and Lorna Wilton, Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Dewayne and Collene B arleen, served homemade ice cream and cake to the residents of the Superior Manor to celebrate the 91st birthday of Ila Wilton. Dora Danehey, Blue HiJl, was a Friday visitor of Vera Dye. They went to a cafe for coffee. Marabeth, Paul and Mitchell Olson, Frankfort, were Friday and Saturday houseguests of Herbert and Carolyn Alley. Travis Rogers, Milford, was a Sat- uxday supper and evening guest in the Hasemeyer home. Jo Ann and John Rogers were Sunday night visitors. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles went to Grand Island, where they met Stanley and Virginia Johnson, Central City for a cafe dinner. En route home the Boyles visited with Paul and Goldenc Becker, Hastings, Goldene is Gerald's sister. Jerry Cool, York. was a houseguest of his mother, Twila Cool, the past week. Ruth Hale, Juniata, was a Thursday visitor of her mother, Dee Ross. Join- ing them for dinner at a cafe was Dora Pettit. Harold and Lorna Wilton, Gilbert and R#berta Wilson, Dewayne and Collene Barleen, Terry, Janice and Justin McCutcheon had supper with Clarence and Ila Wilton to celebrate Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs lUl i Alberta Gutscher was hostess to the Monday morning Bible study. Callers in the Warren and Barbara White home were Mary Modlin and Michelle Harris. Marry and Elizabeth Jeffery, J.T. and Sarah, Abilene, were weekend guests of Don and :~usan t)iehl. Jack and Catherine Byers and Winnie McNichols were callers in the Gene and Marje Johnson home. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Superior Saturday to watch a grandson play basketball. Morris and Cheryl Hilhnan, Jessica Barnes and Edna Fogo, were Sunday dinner guests of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, was home at his parents Dc')ug and Wanda Frasier for the weekend and they celebrated his birthday, along with Richard Frasier and Irene Frasier, Kristi and Nichole. CliffBarnes has resigned as janitor of the White Rock School after 20 years. His replacement is Tandra Sholtz, Guide Rock. A 'thank you' observance was held for Cliff Friday as students and staff: met in the gym to thank him. Anna Belle Grubbs called on Susan Diehl. Monday Bloit care dinner guest of her parents, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Rodney, Janice, Melissa, Lacey and MirandaWard were Sunday afternoon visitors of Paul and Linda Hutchinson. Clarence and Ila Wilton, Gilbert and Roberta Wilton were supper guests of Harold mad Lorna Wilton. John and Julie Harvey spent the weekend in Dodge City with their daughter, Jamie Harvey, who attends college there. While there they attended a girls basketball game that Jamie pre- cipitated in. Roger and Lynn Wilton, Terry, Janice and Shane McCutcheon, Leon and Krystal Love were Friday evening visitors of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Paul and Linda Hutchinson were Saturday evening visitors of Melanie and Ryan Mikkeisen near Hardy. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at- tended the 85th birthday open house honoring Elizabeth Schlaefli at the Meth~ist Churchl Gawker City, Sun- day afternoon,Elizabeth is the mother of Richard Schlaefli. Clarelaee an~a%~Vilton, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Angle ~nd BruCe Rindahl, Denver, were Saturday evening guests in the home of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Harold Wilton attended the Baptist Men's Annual Ground Hog Supper at the First Baptist Church, Guide Rock, Sunday evening. II IIIII I Mankato iiiii , Wrestlers from the Beloit Wres- tling Club, including several young- sters from Mankato, competed at the Norton Tournament. Locals placing were Joe Bauman, fourth in the 8 and under, 80-pound division; Zachery Eaton, second in the 10 and under, 76- pound division; Cody Eaton, first, 12 and under, 96-pound division. Frank and Nadine Railsback, Man- kate, were in Norton to watch their grandson, Tyler Kaus, a member of the Hoxie Wrestling Club, compete'in the Norton Tournament. Tyler placed fourth in the 6 and younger age group. He is the son of Marvin and JoLinn Kaus, Hoxie. Kale Newell placed sixth in the Kliff Klein National Folkstyle Wres- tling Tournament recently in Tulsa, Okla. He competed.against 50 boys from across the United States in the 10 and under, 67-pound division. Kale is in the fourth grade at Mankato El- ementary School. He is a member of the Beloit Wrestling Club. Jessica Freeman, a member of Ex- treme Gymnastics, Salina, competed in her first competition of the new year this past weekend in Columbus, Neb. Jessiea placed first on bars, first, beam; third, vault; and fifth, Floor. Overall she received second place. Her team placed fourth overall. Jessica is the daughter of Mike and Kathy Freeman, Salina,and the granddaughter of Dale and Jeanne Freeman, Mankato. I Panorama By Fawna Barrett i iii Robins! Hundreds of chubby, red- breasted robins ventured into north central Kansas last week. In one yard, they devoured bread crumbs that had been tossed for their mid-afternoon snack. In another yard, they feasted on berries and other appetizing tidbits found on the ground or trees. Bird feeders were delights beyond imagina- tion. At another place, food had io be scavenged between cat-attacks. Rob- ins thought they had found an abun- dant buffet, only to learn they were sought as a lunch for the felines. You'd see a'cat, belly-low. ~dinkin~ to the grassy area covered with birds, Yet, wise birds that they were, they sensed when to stop eating and fly to the~safety of the trees. On that particu- lar day, the birds scored 100; the cats zero. This week's report from t~ie i Mankato Livestock Commissiono., Inc. Week of Jan. 31 - Selling 1,069 cattle - Her0 ar[~ some sales: Wednesday, February 12th STEERS 10 I~ '~ 80.00 5 mixed 400 103.50 71 mixed ~45 80,50 22 blk-bwf 525 99.50 ~ '; 7 blk 490 99.00 "HEIFERS 12 blk 500 95.10 28 blk 520 86.00 23 mixed 520 93.50 24 blk 588 83.00 10 mixed 545 93.00 18 blk 580 87.75 23 blk 575 90.00 28 blk 520 86.00 81 blk 640 85.00 26 blk .635 80.00 26 mixed 640 84,00 24 mixed 685 79.25 21 mixed 660 83.00 39 mixed 698 78.20 31 mixed 690 82.50 18 mixed 580 84.75 23 blk 765 81.00 1'1 mixed 740 78.00 15 blk 765 81.00 18 mixed 780 77.50 18 blk 780 80.00 12 blk 825 77,75 17 charolais 780 78.00 10 mixed 825 75.75 Friday, February 7th Thursday, February 13th Consigned for Friday, Feb. 7 122 Angus or Charolais steers and ~ 650-750 110 Angus or Charolais steers and heltenl 600-500 ~8 Black steers 825 45 Bl~ck steers and heifers800 4rj l~i,,.~ st~rs and heifers 650 ~P IA~'J ~v~,r~ trod heifers 600-700 \ Jewell City workers haul off debris from the razing of a two-story house in Jewell, formerly the Barney Menhusen house on Broadway Street. Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler vis- ited Maude Keller. Mrs. Charlie Luke and Brady, Beloii, Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Larson, Keamey, Neb., and Steven Obert vis- ited Wilbur Oberts and celebrated Ruth's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, Chey- enne, Wyo.; Joe, Windsor, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johnson, Overland Park, were guests of Ernie Kattenbergs. Mary Kei fer, Lakewood, Colo., vis- ited Ernie Kattenbergs. It's snowing Monday morning as I write these notes and maybe we'll get some much needed moisture. Fred and Donna Johnson and fam- ily visited the Bob Kattenbergs. The American Legion served a pan- cake, sausage and eggs meal Sunday at Lebanon. Quite a group attended. Audrey Young visited Wilbur Oberts. Jim Keller, Log Cabin City, Texas, Charolette Detwiler and Regan Struckhoff visited Maude Keller. Kendall and Renae Ritter, Lincoln, Neb., visited Maude Keller and Audrey Young. After church Donna Johnson, Chey- enne, Wyo.; Jeff and Cybil Johnson, Overland Park; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg and Carey Manchester vis- ited Maude Keller. The Lutheran minister, Dow~s, called on Dorintha Standley and Kevin Standley. Joyce Ritter brought dinner Sunday to Maude Kellers. Audrey Young and Lucile Clark joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Atwood and Dorintha Standley attended Chester Keeps funeral. fl Randall \-. By Fawna Barrett Mary Ann and Bob Kibbe met their daughter, Kara, in Salina for supper. Alan, Barbara and David McMillan visited Deb and Gary Scott, Lyons. Deb and the McMillans attended the Dodge City-Barton County JuCo game in Great Bend. Bruce and Connie McMillan, Jewell, called on them this weekend. Randall Library is doing inter-li- brary loan requests via the Internet now for a quicker response to your specific requests. Gretchen Spiegel spent the week- end in Randall and visited her dad, Ralph. Delores and Paul Blochlinger took Vesta Conn to supper. Darrell Conn was a Sunday afternoon caller. Monday morning--a combination of snow and sleet are falling in Ran- dall. Lisa Pattison and son, Grant, San Antonio, are visiting her mother, Martha Lumb. They went to Manhat- tan f:riday to visit Jill and Kirk Evans and family for the weekend. Vonda Johnson, Bel0it, was a Sun- day guest of Thehna Given. They ate dinner in Jcwcll and Vonda stayed for the afternoon coffee. Caleb Ramsey participated in the Youth for Music band in Concordia Sunday. Several family members at- tended the concert. Vickie and Scott Fenner and grand- son, Barrett, Conway, Ark., were week- end guests of her parents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter. Luke Peters stayed overnight Friday. Saturday luncheon guests were Dan and Elaine Peters and family. Supper guests were Phil and Kristi" Vetter and family and Nancy Thronson. Hotline available to Legislative. activity The Legislative Reference Section of the Kansas State Library began op- eration of the Legislative Hotline Jan. 13. The Hotline provides Kansans with toll-free access to Kansas Legislative activity and documents. The He,line number is 1-800-432-3924, which is same number for hearing impaired TFY calls. The Legislative Reference Sec- tion will also assist in contacting legis- lators who will return constituent calls. The Legislative Reference Section will assist with questions concerning general and specific information on the Kansas Legislature including bill introduction, sponsorship, amend-' men,s, status, history and information related to other legislative action and issues. The Legislative Reference Section will provide'copies of bi I ls, calendars, journals, committee agendas and other legislative documents. Bills and other legislative documents are also avail- able in braille for the visually impaired. The Legislative Reference Section maintains a complete collection of cur- rent and historical legislative docu- ments including bills, interim reports, journals, calendars, session laws, stat- utes, as well as other documents that can be useful in legislative research. The Section also maintains a perma- nent index to Kansas legislation in- cluding all bills, amendments and con- ference reports. The Legislative Reference Section also maintains an extensive current and historical collection of Kansas newspaper clippings on state govern- ment, politics and public policy issues. Roll call voting records on indi- vidual legislators are also available. First talk to Kevin for a preapproved loan. of the Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 Duis ts Thursday, February 6, 2003 Formoso By Elaine Clark Delno Reed. Concordia, and Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, visited Brad Keeler. Visitors of Joyce Patrick were Tony Patrick. Salina, Alene Heinen and Gene Clark. Charles Jacobsen visited Ann Keeler. Nancy Spiegel attended the WIFE Winter Board of Directors meeting Wednesday to Sunday at Clewiston, Fla.. Ila Nelson was a Thursday to Satur- day guest of her cousins, Leona Logue and Gladys Rogers, at Wichita. Cheyenne Nelson, Courtland, was a Friday guest of Vera Reed. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a weekend visitor of Forrest Dempsey. Gerald Clayton, Peoria, II1., and Kent Krummel, Agenda, visited Dioyd and Linda Strnad, Saturday. Dan and Janet Higer and Tycen, 'Mankato, were Saturday morning visi- tors of Kenny and Becky Huber. Rob- err and Ada Grimm were Saturday supper guests. John and Jane Belt vis- ited that evening. Rex and Bonnie Ellsworth, Courtland, and Carl and Maxine Studer were Saturday supper guests of Jeff and Brenda Koster. Joe and Amanda Brown and Tristyn visited Corey and Alison Huff Satur- day and Sunday at Concordia. They Paradise By Ava Knarr A Monday morning blizzard left about 2 inches of snow. It cleared up by afternoon and the sun shined, but it is about 10 degrees this evening. The wind blew all morning. Quite a change when Saturday the temperature was in the 60--like spring out. Charlotte Hansen went to Concor- dia to attend a third musical in which her grandson, Dalton Ediger, partici- pated Charlotte Hansen and Arlene Ediger went to Manhattan tbr an appointment and shopped. Ava Knarr met Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Potts, Washington, in Belleville for lunch S.aturday. Ava Knarr had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Jerry and Curtis, Webber. Ava Knarrr called on Mr. and Mrs. Glen Townsdin, Jamestown. Cleta Mae Darymple attended the Salem Church Sunday school class dinner at the home for the Rev. and Mrs. Snyder, Mankato. Ava Knarr had dinner in Mankato Sunday and visited with June Dempsey. Denise Behrends, Webber, joined Ava Knarr for lunch Friday. Joel and Carl Knarr brought the DVD "Lord of the Rings" and we watched it. Carl Knmx had lunch Monday with Ava Knarr. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD attended the Youth for Music Pro at the Brown Grand Theatre. Saturday supper guests of Dal Ivah Hoard were Deanna Mi~ Crystal and Trenton. Kenny and Becky Huber wer day morning visitors of Dan and Higer and Tycen, Mankato. Sunday visitors of Ann Keele~ Garry Keeler, Baldwin City Nelson and Merna Keeler, Ma~ Robert and Ada Grimm we~ day dinner guests of Vernon and Jane Mohler, Superior. Justin and Susan Sly and !~ Belleville, were Sunday dinner ~[ of Dale and Ivah Hoard. | Jared Nelson attended the Te.~ Christ program Sunday eveni~ Mankato. Wayne and Rita Allen were~ end guests of John and Patty Pill Salina. They celebrated John's day. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Alfre Karen Herredsberg. Passage Sunday morning wa~ thew 6:25-34. Theme was "W~ with Providence." Passage S evening was John 20:19-31. "1 was "Thomas Ready to Believe Terry Keeps had the chik message. Elinor Fink was a church vis Alecia Engelsman, Hudsor Mich., visited the Don Keeps f~ Happy birthday to: Robin Darrin Simmons, and Rich Ve~ Feb. 2; Ray Frasier, Feb. 3; Aura' Feb. 5; Carol Keeps, Feb. 7. Jewell By Roberta Holdren "Many attended the beef and, dinner held at the community Sunday and sponsored by the Dg center. Dee Shamburg and family her parents, Don and SI Simmelink. Richard and OpalBrandon Irene Golf, Wanda Russell andtl Logans at Downs. Doris Abram called on Ilene,~ Pauline Simmelink is looki~ ward to celebrating her 93rd bi~ on Feb..12. Hooley and Pat Alcorn, M~ and Janie Butler, Little Rock, called on Ilene Alcorn. Jewell receoved almost o~ inch of rain this week. Charles and Roberta Holdre~i on the Edwin Holdrens of Mod Eva Zentz is making trips t~ day to the hospital in Beloit fo~ men, of an infected leg. Discover more about The ethanol industry is growing rapidly~and may be an investment alternative for you. Oregon Trail Ethanol Coalition, L.LC. (OTEC) is proposing a 40-million-gallon ethanol plant near Davenport, Nebraska. As proposed, this plant will produce renewable fuel to benefit America's environment and energy security, provide a market for some 14 million bushels of corn each year, create new jobs, and produce high value DDGS livestock feed as a co-product. You do not have to be an ag producer to invest in this project. The OTEC project offers considerable benefits to rural Nebraska--and may offer an investment alternative for qualified investors. Discover more at one of these OTEC Investor Information Meetings in your area! MEETING SCHEDULE Superior, NE - 9:00 am American Legion Club Fairbury, NE - 2:00 pm Burkley Family Center Superior, NE - 2:00 pm John Deere Dealership Hebron, NE - 7:00 pm Courthouse Basement Fairfield, NE - 9:00 am Auditorium Geneva, NE - 2:00 pm Lions Club DeWitt, NE - 7:00 pm DeWitt Community Center Clay Center, NE - 9:00 am' Community Center Fairmont, NE - 2:00 pm American Legion Club crete, NE ' 7:00 pm Supe 8 Motel All meetings open to the publ~ II Doniphan, NE - 9:00 am Doniphan Bank Henderson, NE - 2:00 pm Dutch Kitchen Seward, NE - 7:00 pm Plum Creek Caf~ Mankato, KS - 9:00 am County Courthouse Belleville, KS - 2:00 pm Bellevilla Restaurant Washington, KS - 7:00 pm Old City Hall Building Bruning, NE - 9:00 am Bruning Bank Conference Room Chester, NE - 2:00 pm Auditorium Basement Concordia, KS - 7:00 pm Brown Grand Theater For more information: i Oregon Trail Ethanol Coalition, LLC Th~s shall not constitute ,m offe~ to ~elt,~ tht.,,oh~ilatu.,ol,molle~ k, t'. t~) {~'X.~0 " l~=y v~ ,J~all tlw,e I~., any ",air el Ihe~e ,,', m,t,,*~ ,,I ,"W ,u,h ~tatr m [ ~1.1~ '11~.1OI t Nt [:,~ ~ ~ TM wlmh ~tl(h olh'l, ~.~a~lt.tDoll, el ~,llr ~,.*kl I,e u~d.r*~fut oudr~ Ihr .,-,,,,,.,.. i.,...,f .,,,~ .tat,- m,. ,..t, ,. ,,,.,l~ ,,,,*~ t,~ ~..,.~.t .... }'h,.~ 40-' ' ' ,o4 . 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