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Formoso By Elaine Clark~ Visitors of Brad Keeler were Stan Keeler, Oswego, Ill., Katherine Grimes, Mankato, Cecil Gardner, Montrose, and Ralph Dunstan. Vera Reed visited Joyce Patrick. Sunday visitors were Diane Dolinar, Wichita, Tony Patrick, Salina, and Gene and Elaine Clark. They surprised Elaine and celebrated her birthday. Janet Higer and Tycen, Mankato, Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey, and Robert and Ada Grimm visited Kenny and Becky Huber. Weekend guests were Jerry Huber, Nogal. N.M., and Rick Rel, Altao, N. M., and Jim and Kay Nitcher and Ben and Shirley Simmons, all of Belleville. Kathy Sjolander, Conray and Clancy, Jerry Huber of Nogal, N. M., and Rick Rel, Alto, N. m., visited Robert and Ada Grimm. Formoso Senior Citizens met April 7. Ruth Fleming and John Peters were door prize winners. The program was an Easter egg hunt. Stan Keeler, Oswego, IlL was a Monday and Tuesday guest of his mother, Ann Keeler. They and Garry Keeler, Baldwin City, were supper guests of Kenny and Lea Dawn Welch, Michael and Nathan, Haddam. Becky Huber, and Janet Higer, Mankato, had lunch at Mankato. Dan and Lynn Dempsey took Forest Dempsey and Marr Dempsey, Man- kate out to supper at Mankato. Jerry Linsey, Mankato. was a Thursday afternoon visitor of Ann Keeler. Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell visited Gerry Osborne at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Becky Huber and Robert and Ads I From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent Flavonoids find favor in nutrition A food compound with an unusual name is last becoming a shining star in human nutrition. Scientistsare findingincreasingevi- dence that a diet rich in flavonoids, common in many plant foods, helps decrease the risks of heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, blood cholesterol and other chronic diseases. Perhaps even better news: most people already are getting an abun- dance of llavonoids in their diet and don't even know it. "If you're eating plant foods for vitamins, minerals, fiber, carbohy- drates and water, yot,'re also getting lots of flavonoids," said Barbara Lohse Knous, a nutritioni st with Kansas State University Research and Extension. Flav~noids are known as a sub- group of polyphenols, or a group of about 6,000 lbod compounds com- monly found in fruits and vegetables. The list of foods or other products containing flavonoids is hmg and in- cludes grapefruits, oranges, apples,col'- tee, green tea, onions, red pepper, cel- ery, soy, wheat and even wine and chocolate, to name a few. But the number of human fix~ds containing flavonoids and other polyphenols is vast. Research in this area is very new as scientist and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture are just now trying to develop a data base to cata-" Iogue and understand the benefits of these nutrients. The nice thing you can say is eat those fruits and vegetables; eat those plant foods. The whole idea of a plant based diet is extremely important. Not only do they have nutrients like vita- mins and minerals, but they have been h)und to have all of these other phytonutrients that we now know help US survive. The term phytonutrients refers to compounds originally developed for plants. Polyphenols, as nutrients, of- ten exist in plant foods to help survive in the environment An orange doesn't make Vitamin C so that humans who eat oranges have Vitamin C--an or- ange makes Vitamin C so that it can protect itself against the environment, For example, polyphenols protect plants foods by killing harmful bacte- ria and parasites; or acting as antioxi- dants by stopping the formation of "free radicals." which are known to cause cancer. When humans ingest these foods, the polyphenols provide the same protective benefits. Knowing about these phytonutrients is a bonus. It's like we're getting something else that we didn't plan on getting, and !o and behold, they're very helpful for us. Kaye Barrett. Bill McClure, Merlyn Farlee, Dana Johnson and Harold Fischer partici- pared in the Masonic Lodge ceremony in which Harold Fischer received his ,,, 25 year pin. llene Aurand visited Evelyn Sweet. Grimm visited Janet Higer and Mason Evelyn is recovering from surgery. Thursday at the Brodstone Memorial Pain Schmit, Wichita, stayed the Hospital, Superior. week with her mother, Vida Boman. Cheyenne Nelson, Courtland, was Attending the Concordia District a Friday visitor of Vera Reed. UMW Spiritual Retreat at Delphos Howard and Louise Field and Pas- were Anita Cline, Betty Bouray and tor Bob and Janet Elwell called on VirginiaPetersen.Thethemewas"Fill Ruby Stafford and Howard Ross Fri- My Cup" and the facilitat~ was the day at Belleville Health Care. Rev. Billie Blair, Matfield Green, Kan. Ann Keeler, Shirley Dahl, Special music was provided by "Forty IOtherine Grimes, Mankato, and Garry Fingers." Keeler, Baldwin City, had lunch Fri- Several from this area attended I Go day atMankato. You Go hosted by Ila Marie Wayne and Rita Allen met John VanNortwick Tuesday. - and Patty Pillard, Salina, for supper Attending the salad supper at the Friday evening at Belleville. United Methodist Church in Scandia Darin and Tina Johnson, Sterling, were Betty Bouray, Mac Sandell, Fie- were Friday and Saturday guests of rence Elliott, Mary Agnes Johnson, Jeff and Brenda Koster. Carl and Helen Aurand and Virginia Petersen. Maxin Studer, Sarah Studer and Joe Entertainment was a girls quartet and and Amanda Brown and Trystin vis- the main feature was Scott and Lori ited them. Halfhide and son, Glasco. She de- Saturday visitorsofClint and Betty scribed the actual life of Laura Ingalls Reynolds were Mary Reynolds, Amy Wilder and showed slides of their Reynolds, Topeka, and Darla Joy and homes and how the family lived. Wade, Belleville. Karen B rown was a supper guest of Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a her grandparents, Vic and Glenna weekend guest.ofForrest Dempsey. Brown. Mark, Loisann and Karen Don and Ruth Fleming were week- B~own were in Wichita over the week- end guests of Rita Koehn, Lawrence, end [o attend Miranda's games. Kan., and Paul and Angela Fleming, Jim Beam, Littleton, Colo., was a Lee's Summit, Me. weekend guest of Clarence and Joyce Weekend guests of Dale and Ivah Beam and visited his dad in the hospi- Hoard were Justin and Susan Sly and tal while Joyce was in Topeka Satur- Kayla, Belleviile, and Deanna Mitch- day to attend the spelling bee, in which ell, Carl and Trenton. a grandson, Zac Myers, participated. Jarrett Christie, Mankato, was a On Sunday she went to Abbyville to weekendguestofKyleHaskins, James attend the 45th wedding anniversary and Shelly Haskins and Corey. Satur- of Duane and Helen Bridgeman. day morning they all attended the soc- Clarence Beam has now returned from cer games at Beloit. the hospital. Mindy Dunstan, Manhattan, was a weekend guest of Steve and Loreita Dunstan and Tyler. Resource council Saturday evening Felecia Peters, seeks members Tyler Dunstan, Royce Morrell and Luke Roush attended the prom at Man- Representatives from all organiza- kate. Steve and Loreita Dunstan, Bob tions, communities and agencies and and Becky Roush and Mindy Dunstan those interested are invited to attend a worked at the alter prom party, program April 8 sponsored by the Jew- Bob and Becky Roush and Luke ell County Resource Council. were Sunday supper guests of Ben and The program, at 7 p.m. at Jewell community Center, will feature Ron Shirley Free. Formoso PRIDEwill sponsor the Willis, guest speaker. Willis will en- Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m., Saturday couraging people to recognize that on main street, ideas are like stars, each shining with - potential greatness. Committee menhbers working on R e p ub 1 i c p anstbr the meeting are Steph Barrett, By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Nancy Spiegel, Shirley Vamey and , Deanna Sweat. The CKLS Bookmobile visited Rae Committee members reported they HobsonMemorial Library.The library hope participants will share ideas and received 170 adult books; and 130 suggestions of how to most efficiently youth and 16 audio b6oks, utilize Jewell County's resources. Dean ~tnd Viola McGowan were Amanda Anderson, Jeweli County afternoon visitors ofVirginia Petersen. Parents as Teachers educator reported Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson attended a drive to collect items for the county the state convention of Gideon's Inter- food bank is underway and everyone is nationalheldatWichitaandwereover- urged to contribute as the summer night guests of Wayne, Kathy and months are an especially busy time at Colby Johnson. They helped Colby the food pantry. Numbers of families celebrate his 14th birthday. ' who utilize food bank services double Glenn and Phyllis Hefts and Fie- during the summer. Brenda Haaga, fence Elliott attended a funeral for a communityconsultantfortheRegionai cousin;EltonBlaikie, held atWeeping Prevention Center reported many Water. grants are available to the county to Dakota Breuer visited Bob abnd help address drug and substance use. She stated there is a tobacco retailers Vera Burge. Darcie, Dakota and MacKenzie training scheduled for April 30 in Be- loit. ' Breuer and Julie Korte were weekend Shirley Wichman, Area Agency on gucsts~ of Darrell and Judy Hansen. Aging representative, explained many Attending the UMW Salad supper in Belleville were AnitaCline, Ethelyn services and programs available to If- Smith, Mac Sandell, Marilynn Birrell. cal residents. Mary Agnes Johnson, Bonnie Elliott All interested persons are invited to and Virginia Petersen. The program attendthenextResourceCouncilmeet- featured,Sally Engle and her sister, ing May 13, II a.m. at the Buffalo Roam. Karen, in Biblical skits. Marilyn and Helen Aurand attended a dog show in Wichita. The Farmerettes sang in Edgar and More than 15 percent of the U.S. Geneva. Participating from here were populationisemployedinfarmorfarm- Anita Cline, Mary Agnes Johnson and related jobs. r Mankato Listings CAFE: The Red Rooster, West Highway 36, Mankato, Kan. TWO and 1/2-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath, garage and carport, Mankato, Kan. THREE-bedroom, family room, 1 3/4-bath, Mankato, Kan. TWO-bedroom, garage, large corner lot, Mankato, Kan. :rHREE-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath, garage, corner lot, Mankato, Kan. Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate East Highway 24, Beloit, Kan. 785-738-2010 or call Tom Lehrlin~ in, Mankato 785-378-3693 i i NE NG, LLG Call us for all your: -, Seeding Spraying Fertilizing (up to lO gpa by air) Competitive chemical prices Barry Blackstone Superior, Neb. Airport 402-879-3006 Red Cloud, Neb. Airport 402-746-3550 Toll Free: 1-866-862-2426 We are striving to be your ultimate crop care specialists. John (left) and Forrest Dewey, Mankato, remodel the entrance to the Farm Bureau office building in Mankato. Jewell By Roberta Holdren i i i Mr. and Mrs. Loren Slate, Carey McCreary and children and Daisibell Mclntyre were Sunday dinner guests of Bupha Slate. Don and Shirley Simmelink and Ed and Diane Simmelink visited Pauline Simmelink. Doris Abram called'~ Ilene Alcorn. Richard and Opal B'l~ndon were Thursday night guests of W'anda Rus- sell, Concordia. Sunday they visited Irene Goff and Ronnie Russell at Be- loit. Ch~lotte Hansen accompanied Inez and Eiwood Clark to Salina where Inez had an appointment. Elaise and Jim Whaley, Coloradol visited Marjorie Wheeler. They were returning home after celebrating the 90th birthday of Ildaie Wheeler Blixt. Dale and Lisa Wright celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary with an open house. Saturday at the Chris- tian Church. It is rumored that"Bert a" story teller and story reader will attend the sum- mer reading program at the Jewell and Randall Libraries after school is dis- missed for the year. 2 CCCC workshops scheduled The Methodist Ladies guest night Medical errors is the subject of a Thursday evening included a meal and Cloud County Community College program. Ann Colson, Ionia, gave a workshop scheduled April 26, 8 a.m. program on quilts and the secret code to 4:30 p.m. at Lincoln County Hospi- of the under 8round railroad. District 279 prom was held on Sat- urday evening at the community build- ing. Jewell Senior citizens will meet Friday for with a pot luck dinner. Evelyn Divel's company included Judy Wasinger, Jard Barber, Beloit, lena DePoy, Cawker City, Leon Divel, Pittsburg, Dennis Bohnert and John Williams, Jeweli. iiii tal, Lincoln, Kan. Instructor is Terry Sick, RN, BSN, MSN, and the class offers eight contact hours and one-half college credit. "Nutrition: an overview of weight loss programs and eating disorders" is April 28 and 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sunflower Bank, Osborne. Instructor is Janet Johnson, regis- tered dietitian, and the class offers 15 contact hours and one college credit. Thursday, April 24 ~ 5 p.m. Auction will be held at the Community Center on the south side of the Square in Jewell, Kan. MOTOR HOME AND CAR 1965 MG B convertible. 4-speed, motor overhauled 15,000 miles ago, good condition; 1985 Pathfinder by Sportscoach, 28-foot 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 10-horsepower snow blower; 5-foot x 8-foot 2-wheel tilt bed ~railer; Weed eater VIP, 17-inch rear tiller, 5-horsepower engine, I/4 sack cemenl mixer with electric motor: Fimco 15-gallon sprayer with electric pump; Stthl 041 chain saw; Husgvarna 26 RLC weed eater; Wheel barrow, Garden tools; Garden planter; Garden cultivator; 18-inch pull cultivator. TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD Craftsman 12-inch band saw; Craftsman 4-inch planter: Craftsman belt and disc sander; Wards lO-inch radial arm saw; Columbia 5-speed drill press: Lincoln 180 amp 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 acc. welder with torches; Portable air compressor; Assortment hand tools; Forge; Electric motors; Gas engines; Sears l/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; 8-place set community silver; Decorator plates; Pressed glass; Glasses; Rival meat slicer; 16-inch paper cutter; Kitchen appliances; Exercise bike: Assortment of other items. JOE & NELL BURNHAM, Owner ALSO TO BE SOLD FOR THE CITY OF JEWELL Minneapolis ZB tractor with loader; Case Davis Fleetltne 30+4 trencher; Portable welder with gas engine: Generator, 300 watt; 3-point cement mixer: 2-wheel trailer; MTD 18 hour riding mower with snow blower; Sprayer on 2-wheel trailer: Cable hoist; Tar pot; Play ground equipment; Space heater: Six 12 and 24 gas operated battery charges; Air bumper jack; Chain saws; Older fire hYdrants; Chin link fence and posts', Metal shelving; Used 5-inch pipe; Topper for short bed pickup. ,i NOTB: Check web site for pictures of MG and motor home at www.thummelauction.com Auction Conducted By Thummel Auction Beloit, Kan. 785-738-5933 Thursday, April 17, 2003 Randall By Fawna Barrett 1 Maxine Anderson entered Mitchell CountyHospital last Monday and was released Friday. The Liberty Foundation Grant pro- Vided Randall Library with two-thirds of the cost of 21 books for grade school age children. They are on a table for easy access. Before you come to the library, check your book shelves for overdue books and bring them as you come to the library. Pauline McMillan was honored with a prebirthday supper Saturday at Con- cordia. Those in the group were Marcia and Mike Nulty, Janice and Greg McMillan, Brock and Blair, and Junior and GeorgiaPahls. Marcia, Janice and Blair took Pauline to Salina Sunday to celebrate with a girls day out. Mon- day, Blake McMillan treated her to dinner. Lynette Miller has returned to her home in Beloit. Cindy and David DeLeon's Satur- day overnight guests were prom dates of Tessa Douglas and Megan Shelton from Concordia. Sunday dinner guests were Tessa, Megan and Zach Shelton. Phyllis and Junior Wilson had sup- per with the family, Bill and Lee Wil- son and Barbara Anderson. Barbara had surgery scheduled for April 15. Phyllis and Junior will be with her that day. Melissa Freeman and Trey were honored with a baby shower at the Randall Lions Den Sunday. Hostesses were Norma Conn,..lulie Bolte, Jenni- fer Joynes and Jackie Cooper. Saturday overnight guests of Ruth Rhodes were her son, Bill and Penny Rhodes, Great Bend. They attended the wedding of Crystal Applebee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Applebee, Concordia, and granddaugh- terofPeg Applebee. They celebrated Bill's birthday, which was Saturday. Weekend guests of Joe and Maxine Anderson were Sharman and Jim Callanan, Sharon Smith and grand- daughter, Haley Smith. They attended the Applebee wedding at the Concor- dia Christian Church and reception at the VFW Hall. Sunday, Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson were dinner guests at the parental home. Leota Clawson and Jay and Vicky Mahin went to Salina Saturday. They visited Arnold and Marcelle Mahin and Bill and Yvonda Gray. Billhad just been released from the hospital. Fawna and Gene Barrett attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house for her cousins, Ruby and Paul Hesting. Melanie Whitney and Eric moved to Concordia from Call fomia recently. They spent the weekend with her mother, Martha Lumb. r JEWEI.L COUNTY RECORD I Mary Ann Kibbe visited herd~ ter, Kara, in Manhattan for a iatel day party. Guests at the Kibbe I~ were Chris Kibbe and Mandy ,4 son. Sunday Mary Ann, Marllyn. Melody Rathbun and Lola Abn tended the "Messiah" presentati Bethany Ccrllege. Vickie and Scott Fenner, gra~ II m= Barrett, and Phil Lewis were gu~ Ci iff and Nevada Vetter. The mel~ qr,~ a successful turkey hunt. Other_g~t~lt] for meals duri ng their visit were ~ Thronson, Nanette and Elwin DutdJ~, David Carpenter, the Phil Vetter~l.] ily and the Dan Peters family. Guests of Elaine and Dan:~Ll~sara and sons were Tina Rapp and dli~Bi--' ter, Sarah, Rockville, Mo. Sarah ~ay-2 Mark's guest at the JHS Prom. ~,Mz Fawna Barrett spent Wednt ~t21as: overnight with her daughter, N~ i~n( They met Ferris, Susan and }1 fl 're Barrett in Newton for supper. |e: t~ ~t nl ~aa Panorama By Fawns Barrett - 4 t~ From border to border, Kar $ rn beautiful! This state has donn ~i~, brightest greens, assortedcolors(~hi) flowers and fresh smelling ,,gh5 turned earth. Each part of thia~na_. .I. heaps your visual plate with 'Ur~ beauty. Fling Hills are greening ' ion spring burn. Mid-Kansas also h$~?~ @a ing hills covered with green =d most floats into your vehicle. ~o~ ern and western Kansas :/' still a mixture of the buffalo turf and lush green fills the space row to fence row. Trees are sprinkled with a as leaves emerge. Shrubs colors of golds, lavenders pinks. Drive anywhere; gaze and above all, brag about the USD 279 board has special USD279Boardo bets met in special session to publishing a revised budget. get may be seen elsewhere in per. U. S. consumers spend r nine percent of their income o~ compared with 11 percent ia thel Kingdom, 17 percent in Japan, cent in South Africa and 53 pe~ India. Have a Blessed East Easter Greetin - from the staff ,., nd I RANDALL, KAN. 66963 t'~~" 785-739-2212 m 'k= We can help make your wedding day perfect - beginning with wedding We invite you to visit our see the complete selection of Invitations Reception Accessories * Attendants' JEWELL COUNTY 111 E. Main, Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co., Selling 948 head on a real active market. STEERS 1 i blk 460 104.00 7 blk 520 100.00 15 blk 520 97.00 12 blk 520 96.00 14 bwf 540 96.25 21 blk bwf 665 84.25 47 mixed 610 90.00 30 blk 750 81.30 44 mixed 760 82.00 33 mixed 840 77.10 16 mixed 830 77.00 55 mixed 885 76.80 HEIFERS 9 blk 400 1 19 blk 460 i 13 blk 500 ,1 18 blk 600 1 48 mixed 710 22 blk 680 t 13 blk bwf 740 24 mixed 860 Large cows 1550 i Med flesh cows up to Cow - calf pairs up to 1,i Calfs by head up to Consigned for Friday, April 18. 70 blk steers and heifers. 500-600 Ibs.; 32 blk steers and heifers, 208 crossbred steers and heifers, 700-900 Ibs; 42 crossbred steers and 600-700 Ibs. Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277