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FSA News Livestock Compensation Program Signup for LCP-II began April I. Eligible producers are those producers who did not sign up for the LCP pro- gram in the fall of 2002. We have a few producers who late filed applications for the LCP program the end of 2002. These producers and anyone who did not receive previous benefits under the LCP program may now apply for ben- efits. Crop loss disaster rogram The signup Ior the 2001-02 crop loss program begins June 6. The crop loss payments will be calculated using the same formula used for the 2000 crop year. Other details of the program are not available at this time. USD issues CRP refunds USDA will begin tssuing refunds of $16.4 milli(m l() eligible producers who were assessed payment reduc- tions in 2002 for emergency haying (~, grazing on Conservation Reserve Pro- gram acreage, The refund is another key element of relief authorized by the Agricultural Assistance Act of 2003 and applies only to 2002. In 2002 more than 1,825 counties were authorized for the benefit nation- wide and more dmn $16.4 million was collected in payments reductions. FSA will make the refunds to eli- gible prcglucers as s(nm as l'a)ssihle. Kansas prtaJucel~ will receive a refund of $778,920. I Randall By Fawna Barrett i i ill i i Randall Senior Citizens met for a potluck meal March 25 with 19attend- rag. Lynell Sheahan. vice president, conducted the meeting. Plans were made lu host the Council on Aging Thursday. Wanda Russell, Concordia, was a guest. The next meeling for this group is April 22. Visitors are always welcollle. - Natalie Barrcll. Lindsborg, and S˘leise Barrett. Manhattan, were week- end guesls of the Gene Barretls. Other callers were Bruce and Cindy Barreu. Wichita: Harvey and Pat W(xgl. David Wood. Sololnul] and Rose (Wtx~) Carlson. Wichita. Natalie and David wcrc honored with a bridal shower Saturday, given by mothers of the class of "92. They will live near Sohnnon. Pal Coco's mother. Virginia Struble. remains in critical condition al KU Medical Ccnlcr. She has been ill for several weeks and mcmbe~ofthe fam- ily have been at her bedside during the past week. Mrs. Coco is lifth grade teacher al Randall Middle School. Chris Kibb˘ and a college friend, Keith Cooper. Alabama. were Satur- day guesls of Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe. 4.ynette Miller has been in Mitchell C(mnly Hospflal all last week and h(v',es to be Iransfcrred Io the Long Term Care Unit early this week. Jim and Bonnie Wach and girls were weekend gueslS of her parents, Bob and Betty St. John. They visiled Lynettc Miller. Saturday they took Bob and Betty out for supper for their wed- dins anniversary,. Shannon St. John and Sarah Smilh were a part of the group. A group ol'l?iends helped Phil Velter celebrate his birthday Saturday at the Vetter home. Lana LaCost visited Ruth Rhodes. There will bc a baby shower lor Mclissa' Freeman April 13 at the Ran- dall Church. Fred Auderson. Syracuse, Neb., Thursda~I-, April 3, 2003 ,.IEWELL COUNTY RE~ ell relatives, covered with stimulated native grasses, ~ ~-- i i i i High school students Emily Bur- just as they have done for centuries. WiltonwereamonggueslswhohelpedStudents att Ionia ~0~ and Laura Butts provided spe- Hungry livestock will have a grazing Krystal Love celebrale her 21stbirth- cial music for the residents at tile paradise all summer, day at the home of her parents, Terry government By Roseanna Foster Jewell Apartments. " and Janice McCutcheon. " High school governd Quanita and Zoe Williams visited i 'H Jacqueline Boyles was a Monday from Jewell, Mankato, ~! Remembertolurnyourclocksahead ..... Ionia people the Charles Holdrens and the Brian O1 ve ill ~uncheonguestofherdaughter, GIoria attended a I.~gislativeEl~ an hour before retiring for tile nighl Steve and Annete Roth and girls, Williams home. Garman-Schlaefli, at a Mankato cute. gram organized and spo~ Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell, For- By Rosemary Hasemeyer Paul and Linda 1- utchinson were ell County Farm Bureau~/Pa Saturday. Milford, Neb., visited Coke and moso, called on Rosemary Doxon. Frank and Pat Diemart wcrc visited Wanetla Wright. Ushers during the Sunday morning Sunday dinner guests of Jeff and Lora LegislativeEncountei by their granddaughter. Krista Patee. Leon and Karen Boden visited the HaroldandDorothyLogan, Downs, worship hour were Roger Wilton and Hutchinson near Webber. to provide participants wl--~lhI Harold and Lorna Willon, Pastor tunitytoseehowKansasl, Kfista was on spring break and stayed Shane B~xlen family in Iowa. BrandonsViSitedRichardandOpalBrand°n'visited Irene Golf Theand aDwightvisitor.Fr°st" MonteBean,Bek~it, was Leslie and Lora Warner were Sunday wor.k[s. The students atte~_ from the March 14 to 23. Krista lives Colin Loomis placed second in the Ronnie" Russell in Bch)it. in Enid. Okla. Frank and Pat took her Harold and Lorna Wilton called on dinner guests of Bob and Ruth Noren. tee hearings, viewed tl~ sub state wrestling tournament and Senate in session and to toLebanon and showed her where the qualified lor state. He participated at Mica and Elizabeth Shamburg, Kathaleen Blackstone. Superior. Superior.Rosemary Hasem,,yer called at the house. ~ Portis, visited their grandparents. Alicia and Ken Blackstone. home of Herbert and Carolyn Alley. "This is an opportun center of the 48 states is. They also the state tournament ~1t Toepka over Don and Shirley Simmelink. !i~icl took her to view the Largest ball of the weekend. Ellinwood. were Sunday vtsitors of Nicole. Megan. Colton and Stevic to see firsthand how theit~l]lC( Tammy Baxa and Jenny, Salina. Wilma Andrews who is still hospital- Marie May were Sundaydinnerguests tiveprocessworks,"sm,!~'d and Julia and Melissa Hartsel. Con- ized.TheFricke'swerelunchguestsof cordia, visited Evelyn Divel. Mary Jane andVernon Mohler.Wilma of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a county coordinator. is progressing slowly. Superior care. sparks some interest Dispatch Susan Jennifer and Ray Bryant Harold and Lorna Wilton attended these young people were weekend guests of their great- the IQ Quartet musical at tile First citizens." By Edna Verhage grandmother.Norton Imler. and great- Baptist Church. Superior. Sunday Highlights of this ,, aunt. Rila Lacey, Juniata. Their par- cvening. The quarlet is from Washing- cludedmeetin ton and Mankato. Passage Sunday morning was lsaiah eats. Gary and,~hris Bryant, went for 43: I- 13. Theme wa.s 'Facing Death'. them Sunday. Sherry Hasemeyer called on Gloria Phill Kline. Passage Sunday evening was John Monte Bean. Beloit. was a Sunday Have,as. Superior. theirlegislators and the~ 20:31; Revelation 1:9-1 I. 17-19. dinner guest of Melissa. Matt. Harley DennisDye. Hebron. called on his meet the Govemor. Theme was "John: Faithful in Minis- and Wyatt Schuster. mother. Vera Dye. try'. Way/le and Erin Alley, Burr Oak. LindaandPaulHutchinsonattendcd Coyote Creek Lynn Koopshadthechildren'smes- were Sunday afternoon visitors of his the open house at the home of Pastor sage Sunday morning, parents. Herbert and Carolyn Alley. Jim and Carla Stark, Superior. Sunday produces A women's trio. Lynn Keeps. Jan Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, afternoon. They came to Superior in Louise and SandraK~ Tunis and Stephanie Draayer, sang, York, were weekend guests of Twila January and are serving the Church of were recently recognizedt accompanied by John Tanis. Cool Mike Frost, Tami and VancssaJ Chrisl. can Hereford Associaton Happy birthday to Drake Keeps. Glen Elder. were visitors in tile Cool Sunday evening, Gerald and producing six cows nam0 Jacqucline Boylcs attended tile IQ of distinction list. ' Apr. 3. home. Their daughter. Vancssa J was Quartet Program at the First Baptist ,, t Happy anniversary to Glen and born March 14. Jerry and Mike were These are the most˘ Merry Vander Giesen. Apr. I classmates at the While Rock School. Church. Superior. in the Hereford breed,' Don'tforgetlosctclocksaheauone Sunday, Jim and Marlenc Stone Callers the past week in the Huffhness, AHA'sexecul hour Saturday night for Day Light Say- visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone Jr. and Hasemcyer home were Travis Rogers, They have met the strk ings Time. family, Morrill. Kan.. Mr. and Mrs. Milford. Jo Ann and John Rogers, meats for early calving, Dennis Stone. Sabetha. and Hollic Janice and Lacey Ward. efficiency, calving int< II twine at Cawker City and to the Gar- den of Eden at Lucas. Krista also vis- ited her great grandparents. Cecil and Loin Hillman. Maxine Reed and daughters. Pare. Shelia and Sherry, Denver. Colo.. vis- ited Cecil and Lola Hillman and Frank and Pat Diemart. They were here lu attend the luneral of Max ine's brother. Yale Gentry. Maxine was a sister uf Marvalee Hillman. Perry Colson qualilied for the State FFA competition. Perry and Bret Colson started track practice. Stun and Ann Colson visited Dave. Peggy and Abby Johnson at Salina. Brad Engelbert and friend, Amy, and Travis Engelbert visited Harold and Neva Shoemaker during sprmh~ break from college. Harold and Nova received a phone call from Roberta Livers. She enjoys hearing about the II I visilcd his parents. Joe and Maxine Anderson. Supper guests one evening were Ruth Rhodes. Joc D. and Char- It)tie Anderson. Paul and Delores Blochlingcr took Vesta Corm oul for Sunday supper. Jill. Mike-and Caleb Ramscy and Laura Bulls reel Chris Ramsey. Chad Ramsey, Briana and Corbin. his fian- cee, Jenny, and son. Marshall. in Salina for a dinner Sunday to celebrate Jill's birthday. That evening Mike had a surprise supper for Jill with Jeff. Tracy and Taylor Travis and Jennifer and Todd Adolph as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson. An- chorage, Alaska, were Sunday over- night guests of his brt)ther. Junior and Phyllis Wilson as they were traveling from their winter home in Arizona back to Alaska Frank and Thelma Shellon accompanied them to Center dia for supper. Use the Classifieds, they work! Ilfll I I I llot-A-Tan April Spo©ial! Unlimited • Tanning for Tan Y Day8 a wesk! lllet-A-Tan I Rodney & Linda Payne Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3802 BARN PHONE 785