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Formoso By Elaine Clark t Rick Hudson's father, John W. Hudson, died March 15 at Belleville Health Care. Services were Wednes- day at the Methodist Church in Munden. Danny Morrell, Ft. Riley, has been on leave and visiting his family. Hilga Zollman, Ft. Polk, La.; Nelson and Mema Keeler, Mankato; Garry Keeler, Baldwin City; Milford Johnson, Courtland, and Wybern and Ruth Berneking visited Brad Keeler during the week. Visiting Joyce Patrick were Tony Patrick, Salina, Gene Clark and Vera Reed. Forrest Dempsey and Dan and Lynn Dempsey visited Man Dcmpsey and hisdaughter, Jane Gemaehlich, at Man- kato. Gloria Massey, Brittany Massey, Robert and Ada Grimm, Ben Free and Stormy Vamer, Belle Plain, were visi- tors of Kenny and Becky Huber. Janet Higer and Tyce, Mankato, visited Sat- urday. Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell visited of Ben and Shirley Free. Stormy Vamer, Belle Plain, visited Ben and Shirley Free. Taylor Clark visited Howard Ross at Belleville Health Care. Ivah Hoard came home from the Mitchell County Hospital Friday. Vis- iting Dale and Ivah Sunday were Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla. Belleville, Bob and Betty St. John, Randall, and Guy and Deanna Mitchell, Crystal and Trenton. They celebrated Susan's birth- day. Stephanie Watson and Sarah, Burlingame, visited Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark and Gene and Elaine Clark. Roger and Kay Zimmer took Wayne and Rita Allen and Bev Hall, Court- land, to supper at Simpson to celebrate Rita's birthday. Scott and Natosha Beach and Evan, Lyons, were guests of Joe and Amanda Brown and Tristyn. Renee Holmes, ttesston, was a weekend guest of Forresl Dempsey. Weekend guests of John Peters were Debbie Jo Butler and Linda Davidson of Nevada, Mo. Weekend guests of Roger and Kay Zimmer were Brian and Kim Joerg, Jordan,.McKenzie, Altie and Sydney, Basehor, Howard and Louise Field visited Ruby Stafford and Howard Ross at Belleville Health Care. Matthew Armstrong, LaJunta, Colo., arrived Saturday for a visit with his grandparents, Bill and Connie Smith. Barbara Hudson visited her father, Jim Douglas, Lyons. Patty~illard, Salina, visited Wayne and Rita Allen. Patty treated Wayne and Rita to supper at Concordia for Rita's birthday. Bob and Becky Roush and Luke were supper guests of Ben and Shirley Free. Garry Keeler, Baldwin City, via- ited Ann Keeler. They visited Katheft ne Grimes, Mankato, and her guests, Bob and Gen Grimes, Cheney, Wash. They also visited Brad Keeler. Robert and Ada Grimm visited Dan and Janet Higer and Tycen, Mankato. Zach and Ryan Spiegel attended Kyle Fleming' s seventh birthday party at the Formoso Skatiag Rink. Ryan was a Sunday overnight guest of Mark and Karla Fleming and family. Ben and Shirley Free visited his mother, Florence Free, at Mt. Joseph, Concordia. Sunday evening barbecue guests of Carl and Maxine Studer were Scott and Natosha Beach and Evan, Lyons, Brenda Koster and Joe and Amanda Brown and Tristyn. Nelson and Merna Keeler, Man- kato, were Sunday evening visitors of Ann Keeler. Ionia By Roseanna Foster Limestone Valley Women will meet March 26 at 7 p.m. at the church Fel- lowship Hall. Mrs. McCune will show her button collection. " Becky Cockroft and Jessie Eilert hosted a baby shower for Karen and Mary Elaine Cockroft. Several from the community at- tended the funeral of Anna Remus at Glen Elder. Annete, Jennifer, Emily and Julie Roth visited Coke and Wanetta Wright. Carl, Pam, and Molly Suter also vis- ited. Wanettais regaining herstrength from her stays in the Mitchell County Hospital and Salina Regional Medical Center. Annete, Jennifer, Emily and Julie Roth and Molly Suter visited Don and Ruby Sutton and Rosanna Foster. Ann Colson and Jean Knowlton visited Dave, Peggy and Abby Johnson at Salina. Ann and Jean babysat for Abby. Wendell and Karen Moyer attended a piano recital Sunday afternoon to hear their grandchildren, Damon and Darica Bohnert, perform. Harold and Neva Shoemaker, Bud and Jean Boden, Leon and Karen Boden and Scott, Rachel and Elyse Boden, were some of the guests at a surprise birthday party for Doris Green at Jew- ell Saturday. Harold and Neva Shoemaker and Virginia Douglas attended a surprise birthday party for Larry Glauser Sun- day. Pauline,Alford, Manhattan, visited Roger and Arrilla Fedde. Arrillahelped put on the quilt show at Downs which Pauline attended. Pauline accompa- nied Roger and Arrilla to the church dinner Sunday. Roger Rooker called Don and Ruby Sutton Saturday. He was enjoying the shirt sleeve weather. The Joe Colson family greeted those OF LEASE LETTING TO INTERESTED PARTIES The City of Mankato, Jeweil County, Kansas, the owner of the following described real estate located in Jewell County, Kansas to wit: A tract of pasture land in the West One-half of Section Sixteen, Township Three South, Range Eight West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, (W 1/2 Sec. 16 T3S, R8W of 6th PM.) Jewell County, Kansas, lying north, east and south of the Mankato Golf course, and containing 139 acres more or less, offers the same for lease. Said lease shall be for cash payment and shall be for the 2003 summer grazing season. All bids shall be for a total, annual stated dollar amount with no reference to any other bid. Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the City Administrator of Mankato, Kansas until Noon on Tuesday, April 8. Interest parties may obtain copies of the proposed lease at the Mankato City Office. The City of Mankato reserves the right to reject any or all bids. i i H II This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co., Inc. Week of March 13-Selling 740 head STEERS Calves, By the head, up to 330.00 13 Black 465 104.00 6 Mixed 340 100.75 18 Mixed 480 100.00 18 Black 500 100.00 14 Black 530 96.50 24 Mixed 540 95.50 14 Mixed 590 86.25 18 Black 620 81.75 10 Charolais 640 82.00 17 Black 660 83.25 52 Black 735 77.10 18 Mixed 850 72.00 HEIFERS 15 BBWF 450 91.00 17 Mixed 460 90.00 46 Mixed Ave. 472 pounds- 88.05 43 Mixed 650 77.50 27 Black 665 77.75 16 Mixed 685 76.25 95 Mixed cows Ave. 1,309 pounds38.37 i Consigned for March 21 14, BBWF, first-bred heifers, bred black 4 young Gelbvieh cows with calves. Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402-984-9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785.545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 I I I I II I arriving for church. Perry and Chance Colson were ushers and Chance !it the candles. Ann Colson served was ac- companist. The Rev. Terry Turner, Concordia District Superintendent, brought the message. Life is a bumpy road, but God never leaves us and sees us through. Several people from the former Jewell Salem United Method- ist Church joined us for the Italian dinner. Turner, Pastor Laura Fricker and daughter, Debra, were dinner guests. Perry and Chance Colson and Michaela and Jeremy Simmelink played the game, Compost. The Rev. Terry Turner helped with the Lay Speaker Academy at, lhe Beloit United Methodist Church Sunday af- ternoon. Rosanna Foster attended the advanced course, led by The Rev. Diane Waters, Salina. Colin Loomis placed second in sub dist rict wrestling tournament at Beloit. Randall By Fawna Barrett Quite a number of people attended the Randall Lions Pancake Day Satur- day. The Randall Fire Department re- sponded to a bale and grass fire last Saturday night west of Randall. Five mild stubble bales were destroyed. They were able to contain the fire within the area of the bales and along the roadside despite strong winds. The cause of the fire is unknown. Jill, Mike and Caleb Ramsey, Doris Abram, Barb and Challen Ramsey, Chris Ramsey and Shelly Alefs, Hays, met Chad Ramsey and family in Salina Sunday to celebrate Mike's birthday. That evening the Ramseys hosted a cake and ice cream party for family, and Jennifer and Todd Adolph, to con- tinue the birthday celebration. Gene and FawnaBarrett were guests of Gerry Joerg, Courtland, after an appointment in Belleville. Holly Kadei visited her parents, David and Sherilyn Kadel. She was honored with a shower at Jewell Satur- day given by classmates and mothers. Several from Randall attended the shower. Pauline McMillan spent Saturday" afternoon with Marcia Nulty and little Josie Strathman. Josie's parents were in Topeka at the state basketball tour- nament. Sunday, Pauline accompa- nied Mike and Marcia as they took Josie to Salina to meet Melissa and Chris Strathman and they had dinner together. Charlotte and Joe D. Anderson went to Hill City to celebrate the birthday of their son, Joe Aaron, with him and his family. Nevada Vetter helped with the Lenten supper at the Zion Lutheran Jim Stone's SHOP New and Used Guns Cleaning and Repair Olive Hill Road , Phone 7SO.e4741071 Church. Bill and Julie Spiegel spent the weekend in Randall. They had Sunday supper with his dad, Ralph. Jill and Kirk Evans and daughters, Manhattan, had dinner with her mother, Martha Lumb. Jessica and Lexie will spend a few days with Grandma. Gerald and Virginia Lienberger ar- rived home Monday from spending the winter in Texas. Bob and Betty St. John visit their daughter, Lynette Miller, often at the Salina Regional Medical Center. Blaine Miller, Falcon, Colo., visited his mother last week. A close friend of Lynette's from Omaha stopped to visit her one day. Sunday Bob and Betty St. John called on Ivah Hoard. She was re- leased from Mitchell County Hospital Friday. Megan Swink is spending spring break from Washburn University with her family, Marilyn and Warren Joerg and Brittany. She will be shadowing Dr. Concannon this week as a part of her schooling. Elaine Peters and Mark attended the World 4-H conference in Kansas City last week. Phyllis and Junior Wilson drove to Hutchinson Tuesday to visit Jerrod Wilson. That evening they had supper with Larry Elniff. Sunday, they went to Red Cloud to help Jesse and Alta Mac Barnason get ready for their farm sale. Donna Stewart came from Grand Island to help them also. Other family were present too. Brad and Steph Barrett hosted a belated birthday supper Thursday for their daughter, Shelby. Guests were Don and Shirley Bigham, Marvel Beeler, Troy and Allison Carlgren and family. Jake Barrett and some boys from Jewell are playing soccer with the first and second grade teams at Beloit. Their team won their first game. Lynell and Richard Sheahan were in Wichita where she attended con- tinuing education classes to keep her insurance license active. They were house guests of Steve and Teresa Sheahan and family. Sunday Over- night guests of Lynell and Richard were Maureen Rider, Amy, Chris and Nick. Panorama By Fawna Barrett II Glory be! Spring arrives this week. Winter hasn't been that severe this time, but wonderful, glorious spring is always welcome after the short, dark days of winter. Crocuses are blooming. Tulips are poking their green shoots through the dry soil, as are the green spikes of surprise lilies. Along with the pretties come the irritating weeds. Chickweed is thriving--growing by the minutes. Dandelions are flaunting their green- ery, spoiling the lawns. Tiny buds are on trees and shrubs. There is much hope as green appears on the land- scape. Granted, spring has a whimsical nature. Hot, chilly, downright cold with a few perfect days tossed in, as Mother Nature mixes weather like a giant salad. Our greatest wish is for rain to be added to the mix often. O1' Kansas Land is terribly dry. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer During the Sunday morning wor- ship service at the Olive Hill Church, June Shelton read an article and Lance Winslow sang a solo. Ushers were Chad Fogo and Roger Wilton. South of the Border theme dinner followed. The children enjoyed a Pinata Game later. Richard and Gloria Schlaefli were the hosts. Sunday the Olive Hill Church will host the Burr Oak Ministerial Alliance Singspiration. Wilma Andrews is still hospital- ized. She is slowly improving. She observed her 92nd birthday Tuesday. Lois Bean, Beloit, fell and frac- tured her arm. She is the grandmother of Melissa Schuster. Paul and Goldene Becker, Hast- ings, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Herbert and Carolyn Alley visited Come in and.set up an operating line of credit. When cash is haecled, call Kevin and the money will be immediately available/ Add Up The Time Saved! of the Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ...... 785-739'-2212 ~)Ja Saturday, March 29 We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property located at the V.F.W. Club, 118 S. Central. Su FURNITURE Curio Cabinet with glass doors Sofa table with glass top i Three-cushion floral sofa (2) Swivel rockers-rose color matching end tables and coffee table Occasional chairs Occasional tables Drop-leaf table with six chairs and three leaves, matching hutch with glass doors Older sofa table with drawer Older sofa Foot stool Full size bed, four-drawer chest, dresser with mirror Full size bed, dresser with mirror Wood magazine rack Round occasional tabteDouble pedestal desk Stand with drawer Three-sheit stand Small wood chair Older, round card table with wood top Wood table with enamel top Double bed with bookcase headboard Triple dresser with mirror APPLIANCES GE. Console remote T,V. Older Hotpoint electric kitct~en stove Singer sewing machine. 185K3 Kenmore dehumidifier HOUSEHOLD Floor lamp Mirrors i Folding chairs : Bake ware Pots and pans Utensils Blankets Luggage Christmas decor Wall decor Lamps and hanging lamps Linens Free standing fireplace Memorial flowers GLASSWARE AND COLLECTIBLES Fenton Glass Clear glass Cobalt blue glass RS Prussia dish Cup and Saucer (Japan) Miscellaneous glassware Miscellaneous chine Harmony House fine chine (Jennifer) Carousel stoneware Dark blue with gold trim teapot (Hall) 1967 and Ig68 Ford yardetCks 1971 Morris and Andenum Motor CompIly yardstlck . Payway Feed yanlsttck Older, black doctor's bag Figurines New Hausl:mrg Austria plates Germany bowls Ruby glass Cups and saucers Leflon china dish 1973 Ford yardstick Enam~ wash pan :~erior, Neb., beginning at 10:30 a.m. Lunch by Chop's Grill LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT Work bench Tom, 7-inch cordless trimmer 18-inch Black and Decker trimmer Garden hose and sprinklers Wood step ladders Lawn spreader Hand cart Lawn and garden tools Hand saws Large wood storage cabinet TO BE SOLD FOR KEN HOBBLE, owner (Following Shuck 's Auction) (3) Kitchen chairs on rollers One dining room table with 3 leaves and 4 chairs (2) Metal cabinets One wardrobe and shelves One antique radio-record player in cabinet One portable record player (2) Crock pots Three lamps Assortment of suitcases Pots and pans Tupperware Coffee pots Chicken fryer Ice chest Double bed-mattress and box spring and frame Glass top floor lamp 6-foot, 2-tier book shelf Pictures Some home tools-harntners, trimmer, file, etc. Assorted garden tools, rakes shovels Electric skillet Electric knife Old square card table Small decorated can (like milk can) One Christmas basket decor of large pine cones White, 48-inch, 4-shelf, upright, two middle shelves adjustable Glass bake ware and Coming Ware Small kerosene lamp 14 X field glasses Plastic thermos coffee server Two Christmas metal rounds Hair dryer Curling iron Electric knife Ceramic, 8-inch German cake bake Ankor Hocking, 8-inch cake dish Set of TV trays Fireplace set (shovel, poker and broom) Assortment of table games (6 or 8) Ironing board (8 to 10) Throw pillows Rollered serving cart Two sets of condiment containers Bathtub safety seat Assorted serving traysDecor items and wall hangings Approximately 20 audio books Two bathroom scales i , | U,.~.,~jLIL~.,/~ IK ll~ ~ |I exp#essedotirnpk~eder~ertnolfNPal~lbllforllm/lld~orttWq~fmJdl~oPlllY. N~ytam~K~aN~se~t~ed~~A~nn~uncert~ntsday~sa~et~keprec~verwn"enedvertis~ng Auttoca~ror ! ........ IIMrs. Carol (Lo!s) Shuck, owner i II Mikkelsen Real Estate &.Auction ! "'"'=" ........... i I " M~mker, A.cti and Appraiser I ~ x .-z~ ~a.,,~~~., =.-_~,,~ .... .... I I Ph~ Ehing and Corny Mikkel~n E-mail: mr44~OS@idltl.net Websim: mikkelsen-malestate-auctions,com Thursday, March 20, 2003 Wayne and Erin Alley near Burr Oak. Jerry Cool, Carla and Stan Green, York, were Saturday visitors of their mother, Twila Cool, and helped her with some work. Ruth Ha!e, Juniata, visited her mother, Dee Ross. Mae Mellott ac- companied them to Chester for dinner. Dennis Dye, Hebron, and Dora Danehey, Blue Hill, visited Vera Dye. Bob and Dot Shore, Minnesota, were en route home from the winter in Texas. They were overnight guests of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Pauline Hanson, Oak, visited Zelda Schuster. Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Den- ver, were Thursday through Sunday houseguests of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Jim and Pan Nichols, Clarence and Tracy Wilton, all 0f Denver, were Saturday overnight guests. Anya and Allison Thompson were houseguests on the ranch of their aunt, Georgia Fear and family, Sutherland. The girls were on spring break from school. Friday evening supper guests of Harold and l,orna Wilton were Clarence and Ila Wilton, Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Dewayne and Col lene Barleen, St. Paul, Roger and Lynn Wilton. They honored their parents on their 72nd wedding anniversary. Alicia Kenneth and Ryan Fricke, Ellinwood, were weekend guests of Vernon and Mary Jane Mohler. While here, they visited with Wilma Andrews. Sharing a catered meal at the Supe- rior Manor Party Room Saturday evening were Clarence and Ila Wilton, Harold and Lorna Wilton, Gilbert and Roberts Wilton, Jim and Pam Nichols, Clarence and Tracy Wilton, all of Den- ver, Dewayne and ColJene Barleen, St. Paul, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Char and Greg Wilton, Superior. They cel- ebrated the 72nd wedding anniversary of Clarence and lla Wilton. Herbert and 'Carolyn Alley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Blackstone near Webber. Sunday brunch guests ,f Harold and Lorna Wilton were Gilbert and JEWELL COUNTY RECOR[ Roberta Wilton, Jim and Pam Ni and Clarence and Tracy Wilton.i Leon and Krystal Love and~ McCutcheon were Sunday ~ guests of Harold and Lorna Wi] Jo Ann and John Rogers wer day night visitors in the Hase home. Mankato Jewell County Junior Miss,/d Wagner, Mankato, will particip the state Junior Miss Progr~t~ week at Belleville. A send-a Moriah is Sunday at 1 p.m. Central National Bank parking I~ eryone is welcome to come. John and Karen Ross visil Mandevitle, La., with their d~ Leah and husband Eric, and gra~ dren, Jacob and Matthew Pletd Don Siemon visited Chet a~ ginia Hanson. Jerry and Marjorie Murray~ Chet and Virginia Hanson. Alice Hanson has been livini assisted living apartment in S~ while she has been recuperatingI recent illness. She is making ~1 move back to her home in soon. Guests of James and Letha this week were Mr. and Mrs. Salimas, Shelton, Neb.; chri~ Saathoff, Shelton; Teresa Nort children, Mr. and Mrs. St~ Saathoff and Ashley Guzik, F0t The family celebrated Ethel M 94th birthday Sunday at Scand Dr. Penny Jeffery and ct Allison and Eric, visited at the her parents; Jon and Rosalie Me~ Monday through Wednesday I~ while Allison was on Spring br~ Tuesday, Phil, Loft, Beth, Em~ AnnaMenhusen and Coral joined them for was able to visit for their regular meeting. ANNOUNCING Jerry L. Harrison Attorney at Law has moved to 205 A North Mill in Beloit, Kan., He continues the ge4 practice of law, including the areas of domestic relations, criminal law,~" estate, probate, estate planning, civil litigation and workers compensa~ For those who wish to contact him, his phone number is 785-738-3639~ his e-mail address is harrisonlaw@nckcn.com Monday, April 7 8 a.m. Location: Auction Palace, E. Highway 24, Beloit, Kan. are now taking consig Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Beloit, Kan. 67420 ,,* 785-738-2010 (Office) ,- 785-738-2133 785-738-5800 (Auction Palace) o 1-800-577-7336 Email us at gzare@ nckcn.com or www.zauction-palace.corn We will Offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following desc#~:l personal property located at 852 N Commercial Sir., in Superior, Neb. commencing at 10:30 am Saturday, ri112 PICKUP 1994 Do0ge Ram 1500 i~ckup. Larar~e SLT pad~age, 2-whee~ 6me. VS. 315 engine, PS, PB, PW, hKJh rr~eage APPLIANCES Mayta9 Heav~-Ouly, Super Capacdy washer Ma~ag Oversize Capao~y Plus Dqer Whlr~oooi reldgerato~ Hamr Wetb~l~ aorta relr~jeralor FURNITURE Modem, teal gre~ sola ~tn incliners Oak pedestal table wltn foor Be~vond-bac~ chairs (3-years old) Modem oak, 3-doo~ china hutch wdh m~lchmg table w~th lc~l padded seal chmts Ghder rocke~ ~th mauve cushions 3-~e~e Oak bechc, o~ eel queen bed comI~ete, mple dmss~, chest of drawers and two r.ght slands 3-p~ece M~d~le~anean bedroom set ~a~ queen bed, Inple dresser, cheel ol drawers 3-p~ece b~de bedroom set Cuno ch~a cai~net ~th g~ass ~1 le~J~ Offee c'halr Co.hie pedestal des~ Large oak enledalr',rf~.nl center Where cat~r)ef (3) Uhl~ cabinets Old wooden drop~eal lable GLASSWARE Lead crystal stemware g~s~es~approx~malety 60 p~eces Set o112 Gold Standard ix'.cet sin china Clear glass pink Dep~essm~ ye{mw Dep~essmn tunc~ plates Gre~ I~pres~on lYale Set of 10 U S Eggshell Naut~s c~rta Ctea~ glass pedestal coveted cake !~ale Set el wght C~r~ng desig~ "Pacd=c M~sI" Com~g Oshes Starless steet se~ng I~ays iS} Oriental soup b~ds-blt~ design Lots OI mlsceltarleo~s ~assware FKjunnes HOUSEHOLD Seve,a~ plashc $1orage urals (~) lafg Cow,sole stereo Jewelry cal~nel c~ legs V~onan lady tamp ~lh P)cnic table Yaro ghder ~rh canopy Child's bench K~tchen/~de elecl~ m~xer Silverware Oomln9 ware Costume lewelry P~tures and well de, or Et~s Presley IJP~ns, bedd~g and blankets Throw rugs SHOP AND GARDEN Garden tools aed ~ tools Lawson products Electdc cords 24doot extension ladde~ B~cycles and tOyS B-loot Iold~e~j lal~ MORE ITEMS NOT 1"o be sold for Rex Sykes Maple fable with six chaffs Queen size bed with boxsp~ing and mattreSS Glider rocker Other miscellaneous ~ems e Edwin Wharton owner Sale conducted by Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker. Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box 184, Superior. NE 6897~ Phone 402-879-4464 Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Ehing and Corey Mikkel~n View this auction on the Web at www.mikkclsen-realestate-auctions.com