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Formoso By Elaine Clark i i , i] i i i i Kay Horn, Woodridge, IlL visited Amanda, Levi and Kyle Fleming, Zach her father, Forrest Demp~y. and Ryan Spiegel and Trenton Milch- Tom and Sherry Marr and Tyler, ell. Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, Julie Strnad and Trey at:ended a and Delno Reed, Concordia, visited bridalforhercollegeroomnmte, Natalic Brad Keeler. Barrett at Randall. Ruth Hedstrom, Courtland, and JoeandAmandaBrownandTristyn Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. helped Jeanne Reid move to Courthmd Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber " from Concordia. were Janet Higer, Travis and Tycen, ; Numerous Formoso families at- Mankato, Jo Kriley and Kendra, Esbon, Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey, Ada Grimm and John and Jane Belt. Dan and Lynn Dempsey look Forrest Dempsey and. Mart Dempsey, Mankato, to supper at Mankato. Connie Smith returned home Mon- day after an overnight visit with her daughter. Anna Smith, Topeka. They attended the stage play, "Chicago." Monday supper guests of Wayne and Rita Allen were Staci Allen, Alyssa, Ashley and Analisa, l,ce's Summit, Mo., and David Alien and Samantha, and Bev Hall, all of Courtland. lva Lea Payne visited her sister and husband, Jack and lla Gray, Weston, M(L Charles Jacobson, Montrose, vis- ited Ann Keeler. Mindy Dunstan, Manhattan, was an overnight guest of Steve and Lorieta Dunstan and Tyler. Mindy spoke aNmt her lrip to China at the mother-daugh- ter banquet al the Mankato Lutheran Church Tuesday evening. Visitors of Dor()thy Sjohmder and Mike Peters wcrc Ferq Kelh)gg, Gaylord, and cousins from Denver. Bill Free, Clevehmd, Okla., was a guest of Ben and ShMey Free. Gcnc and Elaine Clark visited David and Diane Dolinar, Wichita. Robert and Ada Grimm and Candy Massey and Lillie, Hardy, attended the Mankatu Elementary Spring Concert, Rita Lutz, Co ncordia, was an over- night guest ()1 James and Shelly Haskins, Corcy and Kyle. They and June Haskins attended Ihe elementary spring concert at Mankalo. Ronald and lva Lea Payne attended the spring concert at the Mankato El- ementary Sch.ol. Their grandchil- dren, Haleigh and Tyler Shadduck per- tormed Ja,ncs HoaF.L Omaha, visited Dale and Ivah Ho.'ud. Hank Smith. Wiggans, Colo., was a weekend guesl of Bill and Conrfie Smith, Danny Mt)rrell, Ft. Riley, was a weekend gucsl (ff(;crald and Margaret Morrcll. lZornroso youth participated in the soccer games at Beh)it Saturday morn- ing. Tcrri Cleland, l,aura and Leann, Yutan, Nt, b., are wsiting her parents, Bob and Patty McFarhme. "l'risty, Brown was an overnight guest of Jeff arm Brenda Koster. Roger and Kay Zimmer attended the Elniff cousins reunion Sunday at Salina. Deanna Mitchell and Crystal, and Sandy Nelson, Jared and Jason, at- tended the Jcwcli County 4-H Junior l.eadcr meeting at Mankato. Dk)yd and l,inda Smlad hosted a tended the 4-H Fun Night at Mankato. Deanna Mitchell, Bob McFarlane and Elaine Clark won door prizes. Steve and Loreita Dunstan and Tyler visited Mindy Dunstan in Manhattan. Dinner guests of Marvin and lla Nelson were Lisa Nelson, Mankato; T(xld Goodheart, Lucas, and Kendall , and Sandy Nelson, Jared and Jason They celebrated birthdays of Jared, Jason and Marvin. Larry and Connie Snodgrass. Or- leans, Neb.; Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla, Belleville, and Deanna N, litch- ell, Crystal and Trenton, surprised their parents. Dale and Ivah Hoard, ,~ith Sunday dinner. Ben and Shirley Frec were dinner guests of Curt and Jodi Frec and Amka. Salina. They celebrated Currs birth- day. Robert and Ada Grinml and Cli fford Massey visited Elizabeth Gmmn and Jewell county Long Term Care, Man- kato. Staci Allen, Alyssa, Ashley and Analisa, Lee's Summit, Mo., are visit- ing Wayne and Rita Allen. Ronald and lva Lea Paync altended a piano recital in which their grand- daughter, Haleigh Shadduck, parlici- paled. Nelson and Mcrna Keeler, Man- kato, visited Ann Keeler. Randall By Fawna Barrett Lynell Sheahan, Randall l,ibrar) librarian, attended the summer reading workshop in Jewell Friday morning. The rotating book van brought many new books to the library. A memorial service for Virginia Struble, nmthe," of Pat Coco, was 'l'tics- day morning in Glasco. Randall received more rain Sun- day. About one inch was recorded. County elementary schools, city li- braries and the Randall One-Stop Shop are drop-off points for food items I\)1 the Jewell County Food Pantry. A list of items is posted in the drop off places o If it s something your humly cats, then the lood pantry probably needs it too. Several child-centered organizations are sponsoriqg this food drive. April 7-11 is the Week of the Young Chikl, Nell and Lee Gordanier arrived home reeent l y fn~m w i nte ri n g in Tc x as. Della and Cha,'lcy Houghton returned Tuesday after several months in Texas. Natalie Barrett and David Wood called on Gene and Fawna Barrett, Natalie stayed over night. They were here for tile Bartsch-Loomis wedding. Tract and Brent McCollough were oth- ers here for the wedding. Residents of Formoso can keep up on "What's going on?" in the community by checking the bulletin board. Showing off the sign are Amanda and Tristyn Blown (left), Carl Studer and LaVernia Peters. Brown's husband, Studer and Peters were involved in constructing the board, played bridge with Freda Denio and her daughter at Cheyenne Lodge. Fawna Barrett, Mary Mayhew, M' l.ou Stout, Christi Mayhew, Shirley Simmclink, Sally Engel and Shirley Varney attended the Concordia Dis- Irict Spiritual Growth Retreat in l)clphos. ShMey Varney, District Spirit ual Growth Chairman, had charge ~)t lhc day's program. I?,rcnl l)oty, Baton Rouge, La., great ncphev, of NewMa Vetter, visited sev- eral days ~ith Phil and Kristi Verier and Nevada and Cliff Vellcr. Friday supper guests at Phils were Elaine and I)ar, Plcrs and family, Nancy curbs. People, huddled in heavy coats, hurried from place to place, complairl- ing of the cold, while praising the needed moisture. Only three days ago, coats had re- ntained in the closets as temperatures soared into the 90s. This violent drop into the 30s at midday is just hard to tolerate. Fickle April does not ever change her ways. Jewell By Roberta Holdren 'l'hrot~s~m and Cliff Veltcr. Nanette Ardith Wilson reports the birth (/1 l)tmr, tan and l)avid Carpenter were new great-grandson, Gage Alan Wil- S It -day ()vernight guests of tim Cliff Vcttcrs. Addilional Sunday guests were the Phil Veltcr family, Brent Doty and Nancy "rhroBsoll. Nevada Vetter attended the GFWC t)l" K',lns;.ts Stille Collvention ill Einptl- ria. P, ca l)arlmg, Hyco, Texas, died last week and funeral services were Non- day. Her husband. Bob, survives. Both were residents of a nursing h(mm m Fort Worth. lla McEIroy was honored on her bi,thday with a dinner at tile home of Norma and I)ennis O(.)1111. Guests were Julie, Frank and Jocelyn Bolte, Jenny and Chuck Joyncs, Jackic and Kadc Cooper, Kade's family fronl Bclleville, Wayne and Marti McEh'oy and Kcri and Rocky ,rod Koby Barber. (;h)ria and Troy Hanson visited Gerald M:thin and l.ynette Miller at Milchell County Long Term Care. Gh~ria and l~ynette were childhood friends. Mary Shclton was another visitor of Gerald's. Alan, Barbara and David McMilhm visfled Debbie and Gary Scott, Lyons. son, to Jeff and Jennifer Wilson. Hesston. Grandparents are Gary and Virginia Wilson, Cawker City. Great grandmother is Nina Haney, Cawker City. Robert and Elaine Wilkcrson, Cali- fornia, are visiling Marie and Gerald McAtec. They went to Hays to visit Ann and Scott Boomer. Eleven wonmn ofthe"~ut to Lunch Bunch" went to Hunter i'o~In outing. They visited the gr(/cery stor~ and ate a chicken droner, On the rett, rn home they stopped at a craft and antique shop. Palty Nt, lty, Indianapolis, Ind., and herdaughter, JenniferMoss and fam- ily, Grand Island, called on Bernice Nuhy. Marcia and Mike Nuhyjoined the gn)up for supper at a k)cal cafe. Daisibellc Mclntyrc, Betty Mayhew and Lucilc Ozmun hosted a birthday party for Rosmary Doxon Saturday afternoon at Jewell Apartments. Adam Loomis and Amber Bartsch were married Saturday at Trinity United Methodist Church, Jewell. Visitors of Rosina Anderson were Don and Marguerite Knoble of Min- Formoso gets park, bulletin, board The cornmunity of Formoso now has a current event bulletin board and a new mini-park on the main street. The mini-park is located south of Central National Bank and the play- ground equipment was provided by the city and the bank. The park pro- vides entertainment for children as their parents go into bank and post office. The community bulletin board was made possible by LaVernia Peters, Carl and Maxine Studer and Joe Brown. The bulletin board is in the shape of an owl. Brown drew up the design and his wife's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Studer, did the constructing. LaVernia and Mike Peters provided the supplies and did the painting. According to Peters, colors used on the bulletin board, black and gold, were Formoso High School colors. The bulletin board is located in front of the city water building, across the street from the new mini-park. Plans are to post the current events on the new board which is encased with glass doors. This project, completed by volun- teers, took about two months to conl- plete. Randall UCW shares thoughts Thoughts for the day were devo- tions lor a recent meeting of Randall United Church Women. Several coming events were noted, including guest night in Jt, ly. Several plan to attend guest night at Jcwell Trinity Thursday. Quilters gathered all day and were joined by others for lunch at the One Stop Shop. Afternoon lunch was served by Karcn Matteson. IIII IIII Wesselowski,Jewell, whodicd at long term e,are in Beloit. Velva was a long time resident of Jewell. A fire early Sunday morning de- stroyed the vacant house, known as the Fred Rogers home, east of Jewell. Esther Boehner, Beloit, visited Emma Fobes and Betty Wilson. The children of Terry and Mary Mayhew honored their parents with an open house in honor of their 25 th anniversary. Neva Ebeling, Topeka, hosted a dinner in Salina for the annual Elniff Cousins gathering. Those attending were Roger and Kay Zimmer, For- moso; Paula Kidd, Bob and Glenda Campbell, Wichita; Larry and Suc Elniff, Cimarron, Kan.; Alan and Marlene Kenyon, Kansas City; and Charles and Roberta Holdren. The above are the grandchildren of the late Henry and OIga Elniff. Charles and Robcrta Holdrcn vis- ited the Edwin Holdrens at Montrose. supper Sunday evening fl)r tim Strnad Brothers Harvest Crew. (Last week's news) Tony Patrick, Salina, and Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. Visitors of Brad Keeler were Bob and Elaine Watson, Lovewell, and Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato. Gent and Donna Ropp, Branson, Mo., wcrc guests of tlleir daughter, Lynn Dempsey. James Haskms attended the Kansas Rural Water Association Conference m Wichita. Guests of Jackie and JovenaAnder- son were l)an Jensen, JoAnna and Jackie, Courtland, and Butch Ander- son. They celebrated Jovena's birth- (lay. Nadine Balch attended the Jewell County Council on Aging at Randall. Shcila Myers, Jewell, was a dinner guest of Robert and Ada Grimm. They celebrated Sheila's birthday. Cheyenne Nelson, Cot,,tland, was a guest of her greal-grandmother, Vera Recd. Phyllis Hurd and Mike and Roxan White, Charlie, Adam and Marty, Mid- land, Texas, attended the karote tour- nament at Central City, Neb., where the boys participated, Tina Johnson, Sterling, visited her sister Brenda and Jeff Koster. Competing in the soccer games at Bcloit were Corey and Kyle Haskins, Bhtke Moser, Kaylene Bonjour, THE RANDALL BRANCH D.D, Bridge met with l.yncll Sheahan. Guests were [.eota Clawson and Daisibel Mclntyre. Katie, Nick and David Hohhaus, Seneca, visited their grandparenls, P,i- chard and Lyncll Sheahan, while their parents were in Call fornia visiting their son in tim US Marines. Kara l-h)hhaus brought the kids pan way to meet her grandmother. Sunday, Sheahans met the Holthaus kids in Bellcville for din- ner and the young ones returned home with their siblings. Alice Kadel and Lynell Sheahan For Loans to Match Your Need: tit I I III IIII Panorama By Fawna Barrett Sunday dawned dark and dreary on this first day of I)aylight Savings Time. Thunder, lighming and moisture had announced the co,ning day. Light rain dropped from the heavy skies most of the ~ay. 1 Water puddles forn,ed in every ~ e- r,-csston in the hind. Tiny streams of ~atcr sallied along tile edge of the our Nee * Machinery Vehicles , Livgstock Home and Farm Improvements See Kevin today at: of the J,mae,' ,slow, n State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-22,12 ,STONE NG, LLC Barry Blackstone Jewell Chamber meets Monday Jewell Chamber meets Monday, April 14. instead (11" the date in the ad last week. The meal, catered by the nesota and Raymond and Floriene Progressive Study Club, will be scrved Walker, Beh)it. at 7 p.m. at the Jewell Community Services were Thursday for Velva Center. ,,, "AUCTION Thursday, April 24 Auction will be held at the Community Center on the south side of the Square in Jewell, Kan. MOTOR HOME AND CAR 196:) MG B convertible. 4-speed motor overhauled 15.000 miles ago, good condition; 1985 Pathfinder by Sportseoach. 28-fo0t motor home. 454 engine, generator, 40.600 miles, good condition. MOWER, SCOOTER, TILLER & CRAWLER John Deere 318 riding mower with front loader. 48-inch mower deck, power steering; Little Rascal mobility scooter; Small crawler tractor, 5-horsepower gas engine. 30-inch blade; Sears 3-stage l O-horsepower snow blower; 5-foot x 8-loot 2-wheel tilt bed trailer; Weed eater VIP, 17-inch rear tiller, 5-horsepower engine, 1/4 sack cement mixer with electric motor; Fin]co 15-gallon sprayer with electric pump; Stihl 041 chain saw; Husgvarna 26 RLC weed eater; Wheel barrow, Garden tools; Garden planter; Garden cultivator; 18-inch pull cultivator. TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD Craftsnmn 12-inch band saw; Craftsman 4-inch planter; Craftsman belt and disc sander; Wards lO-lnch radial ann saw; Columbia 5-speed drill press; Lincoln 180 anap welder; Buffalo metal band saw; Wards sand blaster; Craftsman shop vac; 6-shelf round bolt bin; 4-ton floor jack; Router duplicator; Drill bit sharpener; Pipe vice; Car ramps; Grant battery charger; Small ace. welder with torches; Portable air compressor; Assortment hand tools; Forge; Electric motors; Gas engines; Sears 1/2-horsepower deep well pump; 3-horsepower Sea Bull out board motor; Barrel and pump; Locker cabinets; Cannon AEI camera with telescope; Portable flower cart; Metal storage cabinet; Bike carrier; 2001 Window 110 air conditioner;Refrigerator; 2 Frigidare 30-inch electric stove; Automatic washer and dryer; Oak 2-drawer night stand; Painted commode; Metal lawn chairs; Natural gas barbecue; Fans; Fishing poles; &place set community silver; Decorator plates; Pressed glass; Glasses; RiVal meat slicer: 16-inch paper cutter; Kitchen app!lances; E~tercise bike; Assortment of other items. JOE & NELL BURNHAM, Owner ats0 T0.t so-, FO. T.t mTY OF JSWS-t Minneapolis ZB tractor with loader; Case Davis Fleetline 30+4 trencher; Po~ble welder with gas engine; Generator, 300 watt; Thursday, Apd110, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY REC0 Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert iii Lucile Clark, Joyce Ritter and Audrey Young ate dinner with their mother, Maude Keller, Sunday. Joyce brought potluck. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler and Joshua visited Maude Keller and Audrey Young Thursday evening be- fore Joshua goes back to Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keller visited Maude Keller. Joyce Ritter and Audrey Young took Maude Keller for a doctor's appoint- ment in Beloit. Royce Nonamaker, brother of RhondaManchester, died recently. He was a truck driver and a young man who had never had. Ernie and Edna Kattenberg visited ArletaUnderwood. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Atwood vis- ited Emie Kattenbergs. Jeanette Luke and Brady stopped by Wilbur Oberts after Brady had played basketball at Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Book visited Maude Keller and Audrey Young. Joyce Kattenberg was a Monday evening st, pper guest of Ernic Kattenbcrgs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Enochs and Emma wcrc weekend guests of Curtis Pctersons. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg were Saturday supper guests of the Petersons. Dorintha Standley and Kenny vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becker at Mankato. Arleta Underwood visited Ernie Kattenbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler vis- ited Maude Keller Saturday. The Oberts talked to their daughter, Dixie, in Kearney Sunday evening and Ihcy had nine inches of snow and it was still snowing. Moistt, re of rain and snow fell here Sunday from one-half to an inch was nleasured. Courtland choir sings cantata The Courtland Community Choir will present the Easter Cantata, "The Witness," Suqday and Wednesday at 7 .p.m. at the Courtland United Method- ist Church. Several members of the choir will reprise their roles from the original presentation of this musical presented in Courtland in 1987. "The Witness" is a soft rock ,nusi- cal featuring dramatic interpretation that follows the life, death and resur- rection of Jesus as seen th,'ough the cycs of His Gospel companions. The cantata is directed by Mary J~') and Gall Anne Aurand and has mem- bers from these area churches: Ada Lutheran Church, Living Waters Fan> ily Church, Covenant Church and United Metl!odist Church, Courtland; Wesleyan Church and Christian Church, Belleville, and Scandia United Methodist Church. The public is invited to join in this evening of music and fellowship with refreshments served each evening sponsored by the Court land Arts Cow> ml. DeLeon accepts Randall clerk j0 Cindy DeLeon, who has ai accept the Randall city clerk I~ was introduced at a recent meeting. DeLeon has agreedt water bill preparation for the council approved DeLcam's hi fective June I. Donald Bigham, mayor, p Other than council members, attendance were Joe Anderso~ Wilson and DeLeon. Routine busi hess was condu~ bills were presented for payng Other items of business ar~ Council questioned the coSl tor insurance premium; waitin~ ther information on what the i~ Covcrs. Three-year trash contraC Wasteco signed and returned. Approved Stephanie Barr Marti McEIroy "or library bo~ New water lines need t01 netted to a residence. DiscuS5 sued on what was needed to plish this and no action was a Burning inside the city li~ discussed. There is a city 0~ against burning inside the city The city has a tree and brush pit south end of the city park Ibr~ pose of disposing of yaM deb~ Delinquent ut 1 ly bills viewed. Shut-off notices wilt sued. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Special music during thei morning worship hour at the 01 Church was vocal duet N Garnmn-Schlaefli and Bcver Ushers were Richard Schla Dwight Frost. Many wcrelft! cause of the weather. Pastor Jim and Carla star rior, were supper guests of l Linda Hutchinson. LornaWihon accompanic( Harris, Janicc MeCutcheon ar~ Love to Salina where they bcrly Wherry, Smolan. Ruth Hale, Juniata, vis: mother, Dee Ross. They had~ a Nelson taft. Jerry Cool, York, visitedb mother, Zelda Schuster. Marabcth and Mitchell Frankfort, were weekend gueS parents, Herbert and Carol) Joining them Sunday after,( Wayne and Erin Alley, Burr Dennis Dye, Hebnm, was guesl of his mother, Vera DY~ Saturday evening, Harold Wilt(m altended the surprise ,[ party honoring Wcndy Hart Burr Oak cafc. Her three hosted the party. Jerry Cool, York, was a' guest of his mother, Twila Co Justin McCutcheon was a afternoon visitor (/1 Harold a0 Wilton. Callers Ihe past week Hase,neyer home were Gary~ Burr Oak, Janicc, Melissa. L1 MirandaWard,Travis Rogers, John and Jo Ann Rogcrs This week's report from thee ~ I ,I. Hankato Livestock Commission o., II~_~ 1',169 head on a real active market. ~ , Selling over I~,J m . 13b, 4oo 104.00 I ,0b, 747 ' 10 mixed 430 103.00 23 mixed 780 1~ ) 17 blk 480 100.00 ] 42 blk 660 I~ ( 15 blk 560 97 00 29 mixed 680 | 13 mixed 585 96.00 ] 23 mixed 785 i~ 3 22 mixed 550 95.56 79 mixed 545 | I~. q 38 mixed 560 95.95 28 mixed 755 | I~ i 16blk 550 94.50 I IP4 t 15 mixed 590 94.00 30 Med flesh cows J N " 21 mixed 830 78.85 I Average weight-1,324 ""I ~ ' 16 blk 530 102.00 1 -- 118 blk 900 73.15 24 Th nner f esh coWS ~,, 13 red 525 100.00 I Average weight - 1,137 --'! Consigned for Friday, April 11. . ~ i,- 208 crossbred steers and heifers, 600-900 Ibs.; 62 crossbred steers and~ LI~ 700-800 lbs; 62 crossbred steers and heifers, 600-750 Ibs. 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