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Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Mrs. Max (Marilyn) Hawkins, Kan- sas City, had major surgery at the KU Medical Center. Winnie McNichols was a dinner guest of Kelly and Becky McNichols and family along with Becky's mother from Lindsborg. Louise and Gerald Stedman, Mankato, visited Barbara and Warren White. GlenadeanTerrill was adinner guest of Maurice and Earlene Jeffery, Supe- rior, and their family. Dinner guests of Larry and Shirley McMains were Madeline McMains, Chip McMains, Hebron, granddaugh- ters Kayla and Cortney Nelson, Bellevue, Neb., Lisa Hombussel and Justin, Hastings, Nate McMains and Tess Core, Superior. Rosie Damon, Mankato, took Wilma Underwood to Salina tbr a medical appointment. Vivian Reed and Wilma Underwood called on Geneva Garman at the hospital in Mankato. They also visited with Lela Huntsinger and Flo- rence Headley. Jeff and Leah Jenkins and Mackenzie, Longmount, Colo., were weekend guests of Peggy and Walt Wilson. Larry and Phyllis Stroupe were guests of her dad Henry McCorkle and visited her mother in the Mitchell County Hospital. Dinner guest of Larkie and Ed Searcy, rural Kenesaw, were Hazel Korb, Bob and Lonzy, Paul and Karen Weiler and family, Kenesaw, and Paul and Robin Hansen and Lucas, Gibbon. Winnie McNichols received word her aunt, Mrs. Lester (Olive) Dillon, 91, had died in Arizona. The Dillons lived here years ago. Don and Mary Modlin are home after a bus tour io Texas. Nancy Aspegren, Russell, was a weekend guest of Hazel Korb. Dinner guests of Fern Harris were Rick Harris and t¥iend, Carol, Beloit, Harold and Edyth Frances, Tom and Louann Harris,Wendy Harris and David. Betty and Harold Brown visited their son Dale B rown and family, Great Bend. The Cliff Brown family met them there. Dan and Sandra France and Larry Gillett were guests of Cindy and Brian Wallace and family. Hastings. Josh Frasier, Salina, Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, Jason Frasier, Beloit, were weekend guests of Doug and Wanda Frasier, Caleb and Ben. Don and Susan Diehl were g'uests of Elizabeth and Many Jeffery and family, Abilene. Amy and Abby Tolekes, Merriam, met them there. Many attended the 6:30 a.m. sun- rise service on the hill. Terry McCutcheon and Wendy Harris, from the Nazarene Church, gave the prayer and read the Scripture. Glenny Barnes, of the Christian Church. lead the group singing, and Dan Dempsey and the young adults. Kerry and Ryan Waugh, Megan. Matt and Travis Boyles, and C.J. Anderson, from the Methodist Church, gave a skit about the empty tomb. Everyone met back at the United Methodist Church where Edythe Frances. Alma Garman. Nora Decker and Fern Harris had prepared break- fast. Don Modlin was the greeter Sun- day morning at the United Methodist Church service• The Easter lily's were from the Modlins. Harold and Edythe Frances and Jackic Boyles. in memory of loved ones. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Malty Boyles and family. Garden City. Mr. and Mrs. Richie Boyles and family, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Boyles, Webber. Kevin Ost, Kensington, and Dan Dempsey's two sisters. Keller Ord, Maywood. Neb., was an overnight guest of his grandparents, Barnes. Cliff and Glenny , Glenny and CliffBarnes and Jeff and Keller Ord went to Arapahoe Thursday to meet Diana and Kasey Ord and to attend a high school track nw..et in which Kyle Ord participated. EdnaFogo, Cheryi Hillman,Glenny and Cliff Barnes, Jeff and Diana Ord, attended the Good Friday Service at the Nazarene Church. Diana Ord pre- sented special music as part of the P'VDS'~rin'------ Barnes, Lance and Kayla, Amanda Hudson, Red Cloud, and Ja- son Hudson, Belvidere, were in Burr Oak Saturday to visit family and to let Lance and Kayla participate in the Easter egg hunt at the school ground. Cliff and Glenny Barnes hosted a family supper Sunday evening• Those attending were Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver, Cheryl and Morris Hillman, Jessica Barnes, David and Tammy Barnes and family, Jeffand Diana Ord and family, Walt and Peggy Wilson, Jeff, Leah and Mackenzie Jenkins, Longmont, Colo• Kasey and Kyle Ord and Steffen Barnes stayed the night. Tamara James and Angel Homkohl, Marysville, and Adrionna Long, Mitchell, S.D., were Sunday guests of Midge and Richard Oliver. Madeline McMains hosted the CWF club. Glenadean Terrill h~Jsted the Young Matrons Club. Weekend guests of Gene and Marie . Johnson were Chuck and, Joyce Johnson, Fort Collins, Colo., Susan and Dale Figgie, Westmoreland, Angle Frahardt and family, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Figgie and family, Wheaten. Jerod Johnson, Lincoln, Neb., Bobby and Marilyn Johnson, joined them fordinner. Saturday Chuck and Gene went to Minneapolis to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt. I Ill Ill Northbranch By Ruth Glover Visitors were in the worship ser- vice Easter Sunday included Mira Johnson, Zeta Zellmer, Clay and Connie Shulda and family, Cregg and Belinda Jeffery and family. The chil- dren sang a special song at the begin- ning of the service and Danielle Richardson sang a solo. Curtis and Todd Jeffery sang another special later. Erma Dillon played the organ and Lauren Jeffery the piano• Betty Wallace is greeter this month and ushers aro LaVae Glover, Curtis Jeffery, and Earl Buckley. Next.Sunday there will be a special Easter offering taken which will go to national leaders on mission fields.-- Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery visited Argus and Melva Pearce in Argonia recently. John Parsons had surgery on his shoulder in Omaha a week ago. He is home and doing fine. Brady Jeffery, the three-year-old son of Todd and Gina Jeffery, jumped from a couch and has a broken collar bone. John and Erma Dillon went to Wichita to attend a performance at WSU in which Dan Carro was a par- ticipant. Dan is Lorie Dillon's son. Mary Jeffery, Sarah and J.T. and a friend visited in the Ardeam Jeffery home. Eugene and Donn Glover, Hunts- ville, Ala., Devin Glover, St. Louis, Me,, Orlan and Wilds Baker, Medi- cine Lodge, Floyd and Estalene Ferguson, Hutchinson, visited a few days in the LaVae Glover home. Jason Glover and Gage came from Lincoln, Neb., for Saturday and Sunday with the group. On Saturday evening they had a picnic supper at the home of Aaron and Brooke Lewis and family near Riverton. Joining them there were Elwin and Gwen Lewis, Jared and Ashley Lewis and Christi Fausch. Earl and Lonnie Buckley were weekend guests in the home of Randy and Mary Buckley, Garden City. Sun- day they came home through Oakley i Help Wanted!!! Full-time Employment Available Jewell County Solid Waste Department is now accepting applications for full-timetruck driver and equipment operator position. Applicants must possess a valid Kansas Class-A drivers license. A complete job description and application is available at the Jewell County Transfer Station, 10(3 W. High- way 36, Mankato, Kan, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Applications deadline is 4 p.m. on Friday, May 16 ]ewell County is an E.O.E. II I This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co., Inc. Week of April 17-Selling 914 head on a real active market Cow-calf pairs up to 950.00 31 calves by head average 272,00 t2 blk heifers 510 90.00 11 cross bred steers 490 99.00 10 blk steers 530 98•50 15 mixed steers 550 97.00 15 mixed steers 535 95.00 10 blk steers 654 91.00 74 mixed steers 631 Avg.89.31 39 black heifers 560 Avg•86.90 81 mixed heifers 735 75.90 19 mixed'steers 1,005 72.50 18 mixed heifers 940 70.00 12 red steer 815 77.00 12 black heifers 775 76.25 46 mixed heifers 751 74.61 82 cross steers bred 794 77.10 21 fleshy cows 1,408 41.19 29 medKJm tle~y cows1,267 40.92 26 thin cows 1,095 36.49 I II I [I [ I ' [ ' , ix I , ii I , , i Consigned for April 25 50 cross bred steers, 575 pounds; 25 black steers, 625 pounds; 32 cross bred steers and heifers, 600 pounds. [ I , I [ I I I I II I I BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 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 and attended church with Regi. John and Erma Dillon, and Joyce McNichols took dinner to Walt and Mary Dillon, Lebanon. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck met Homer and Lois Smuck, Alton, in Smith Center and they ate dinner to- gether Sunday, • Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery hosted a dinner for all their family. Connie Shulda and daughters were overnight guests of her parents Satur- day. The rest of the family joined them for church and dinner at Curtis' home. Gina Jeffery's parents, Do~ and Pat Crotts, LeRoy, and her sister and hus- band joined them for dinner. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery went to Royal, Neb.,to visit their daughter, Juel Hughes, and family. , Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer. Many were out for the early morn- ing Easter service and breakfast at the Olive Hill Church• Visitors during the worship hour were Jerry and Peggy Vader, Mankato, Ruth GiBer, Supe- rior, Jan and Dick Miller, Tekamah, Neb., Dennis, Nanci, Aaron, Craig and Brett Dye, Hebron. Special music were by the church choir-Ken, Susan, Lance arltt Austin Winslow, Marie Pinson, Gerald Boyles, Marlene Stone, Melody Iiliff, Pastor David and Carol Watters and Rita Blauvelt. They were accom- panied on the piano by Lynn Wilton. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Ken Winslow. The Ladies of Olive Hill Mission- ary Prayer Fellowship met at a Man- kate cafe with Jacqueline Boyles as hostess. Guests were Mabel Davis, Zelda Schuster, Marlene Stone, Beverly Frost, Beth Jeffrey, Marie Pinson, Pawnee Wooten and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli. Travis Rogers, Milford, was one of the top four w he received a $100 sc hol- arship from the American Welding Society. Travis is a student at the South- east Community College. His parents are Jo Ann and John Rogers, Superior. Grandparents are Louie Jr. and Ruth" Hasemeyer and the late Donald and Eva Rogers. The Country Women's Club met at the home of Thelma Freeman, Man- kate, last Wednesday afternoon. Verb Rogers was among those who attended. Wilma Andrews,Superior, is now a resident of the Superior Good Samari- tan Center. She is a former resident of this community. Dee Ross received telephone calls the past week from her daughter, Linda, Preston, Fort Collins, Colo., and her sister, Vida McDanieis, Mesa, Ariz., • wishing her aHappy Easter• Lauren Roe visited Gary Hasemeyer. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, and Roy and Juanita, Miyaski were Thurs- day supper guests of Dorothy Hutchinson, Superior, to c~!~brate the wedding anniversary of Patil and Linda. Harold and Lorna Wilton attended the Lenten breakfasts at the church in Superior. Carol Roe was a Tuesday through Friday houseguest of John and Sandi Roe. Randee and Ryan, Holdrege. Sandi has been having back pain. Callers at the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were John Stansbury, Lillian Stansbury and Dustin May, Superior, Darin Garman and Bekki White, Salina. Chris, Gary, Susan, Jennifer and Ray Bryant were Sunday dinnerguests of Jim and Marlene Stone. The chil- dren had an Easter Egg Hunt in the afternoon. Darren. Jessica, Anya and Allison Thompson, Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson, Sam,Micbe2le, Zack, Han- nah and Megan Widget', Kearney, had Sunday dinner at a Guide Rock cafe. Marabeth, Paul and Mitchell Olson, Frankfort, were weekend guests in the home of Herbert and Carolyn Alley. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Way ne and Erin Alley, Burr Oak. Melissa, Matt. Harley and Wyatt dewel City Clean-Up Day Monday, April 28 Items will be picked up at normal trash pickup locations. Small items should be bagged. Call the city office at 785-428-3600 if you have any questions. Schuster were Sullday dinner guests in the home of h~r~ (mcle and aunt, Max and Susan Bear~ Glen Elder. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Twila Cool were Zelda Schuster, Kenneth and Jean Schuster, Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, York, Tanya and Walker Cool, Superior. Wendell and Susan Mohler, Aus- tin, Minn., were Friday through Mon- day houseguests inthe home of Vernon and Mary Jane Mohler. Other visitors over the weekend were Aiicia, Ken- neth and Ryan Fricke, Eilinwood, Kan. Jacqueline Trautman, Hoskins, Neb., and Jocelyn Shroyer. Sunday dinner guests of Verb Dye were Bob and Kathy Dye, Beatrice, Denni's, Nanci, Aaron, Craig and Brett Dye, Hebron. Ruth Hale, Juniata, and David Hale, Keamey, were Sunday visitors of Dee Ross. Joining them tbr dinner at a Superior cafe was Oora Pettit. Harold and Lorna Wilton hosted the First Baptist Church of Superior, Sunrise Ea~er service and breakfast at their home. - Friday, Twila~Cool, Jerry Cool, Tanya and Walker~Cool went to Grand Island where theymet Michelle and Kennedy Cool, York. They all attended the Cool family carry-in dinner at the home of Bob Cool, Giltner. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, Dor- othy Hutchinson, Jeff and Lora Hutchinson,Webber, were Sunday din- ner guests of Roy and Juanita Miyaski, Superior. Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, York, were weekend guests of his mother, Twila Cool. Callers in the Hasemeyer home were Jean Mayne, SharlaWeatherman, Ken- neth and Jean Schuster, Jo Ann and John Rogers, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Sunday dinner guests of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a Superior cafe were Ken, Susan, Lance and Austin Winslow. Rain this week ranged from. 15 to 1 inch. . Dispatch " ' By Edna Verhage Passage forthe Good Friday ser- vice was Matthew 26:32-54. The theme was "At Ease In Dangerous Times". The choir sang"A New Command- ment: and "There Is A Redeemer" Fri- day evening. Stacy DeBey was the accompaniest. Greeters for the Sunda.~ service were Dennis, Mary, Drew and A'li, s a Rotman. Passage Sunday morning was Mat- thew 28. Theme was "Secure Forever". The choir sang "Celtic Alleluia" and "Shout to The Lord" accompanied by Marianna Schlatter and Stacy DeBey. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Jansen and fam- ily, Sully, Iowa, were weekend guests in the Lawrence Tanis home. Larry Boxum, Broken Arrow, Okla., was a weekend guest of Opal Boxum. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Meyer and fam- ily, Clara City, Minn., were weekend guests of the Alfred Herredsberg fam- ily. Barb Hoogeveen and family, Sully, Iowa, were weekend guests of the Aura Tanis family. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schlatter, Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlatterand family, Hutchinson, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schlatter. Happy birthday to: Melissa Keeps, April 27. Happy anniversary to Walt and Jan Schoen, April 21. Greg Nyhoff and boys, Fountain, Colo., attended to the sunrise serviaes. A French horn solo "Come Unto Me", by Melissa Keeps accompanied by Lynn Keeps was part of the service. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Otte, Phillipsburg, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Otte. Courthouse News Jewell County Register of Deeds Barbara Kudrua and Geraldine Lewis, trustees of the Delbert L. Lewis tFunnel Trust to Ed Shute and Thomas M. Shute, the W 1/2 SW i/4 of Section 8, Township IS, Range 10W. Evelyn J. Warne and Charles B.. Warne, trustees of the Evelyn J. Warne trust No. l to L. Loann Vickers, a tract • of land in the NE 1/4 of Section 22, Township. 3S, Range 8W. AnnaL. Morgan-Standley, formerly Anna L. Morgan, and Merrill Standley to Laurie Neilson and Donald E. Neilson, Lot 6, in Block 15, in Bishop's Addition to City of Mankato. Myrna K. May and Chester L. May to Joseph L. 'Burnham and Nell B. Burnham. Lot 12, Block. 59 of the original townsite of Jewell City. Myrna K. May and Chester L. May to Joseph L. Burnham and Nell B. Burnham, Lots 9, 10, ! I in Block. 59 of the original townsite of Jewell City. Michelle Wi nkel, as conservator of the estate of Kristy Winkel, Matthew Winkel and Mark Winkel, minors, to Kristy Winkel, an undivided i/3 inter- est in and to the W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 27, Township• 4, Range 7W; and the S !/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 27, Township 4, Range 7W; and the NW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 4, Range 7W. Probate Guardianship and Conservatorship of Matthew Winkei and Mark Winkel, minors, report of sale of personal prop- erty at public auction• ! Estate of Jamce A. Hansen,journal entry of final settlement• Estate of Murrell L. Graham, final decree and discharge• Estate of Ivan N. Kadel, deceased, final decree and discharge. Civil Carrico Implement Co. vs. Mark Boiler. citation in contempt. Criminal State of Kansas vs. Alvin Junior Arnold, Mankato, Count I domestic battery; Count II felony damage to property. Limited Civil The Randall Farmers Cooperative Union vs. Marian Nelson and Sheri L. Nelson, Jamestown. Accident April i 5 at approximately 4:20 p.m., on a Jewell County road l0 miles east, and 7.5 miles north of Mankato, Lela M. VanMeter, Webber, was driving a 1995 Oldsmobile. The wifld was blow- ing and the driver lost control going around the curves and went into the ditch. The vehicle rolled onto its top and the driver was injured. Accident investigated by Kim Ost. Traffic Donn G. Topliff, Jewell, failure of right signal and turning, $119 diver- SLOB• Karyn M. Mohler, Randall, speed- ing, 77-60, $131. Mankato City Court Lucas R. Roush, Formoso, improper FISH Channel Cattish, Bass, Hybnd Bluegill, Red Ear, Copper Nose Bluegill, Fathead Minnows, Koi, Crappie and Grass Carp are now available for Pond and Lake Stocking[ • We furnish your hauling containers1 • Live delivery guaranteed! • Discounts and Special Deliveries are available on large orders! • Turtle Traps, Fish Feeders, Fish Traps • Liquid Pond Fertiliizer and Gift Certificates DELIVERY WILL BE THURSDAY, MAY 1 at the times listed for the following towns and locations. EIIsworth Pete's True Value Minneapolis Ada Grain Co. Miltonvale Farmers Union Co-op Concordla Farmway Coop Mankato Midway Co-op 785-472-3202 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. 785-392-3011 10 - 11 a.m. 785-427-2271 12 - 1 p.m. 785-243-3394 2 - 3 p.m. 785-378-3116 4 - 5 p.m. To Iblace your order or for more information contact one of our Aquatic Consultants or your local dealer or email sales@dunnsfishfarm•corn Monday.Friday 7 a.m. - 8 p•m. CST • Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m• CST • Closed Sunday Phone 1-800-433-2950 • Fax 1-870-589-2029 Dunn s Fish Farms of Arkansas, Inc. PO Box 10 ,- Monroe, Ark. 72108 Our offices are now located in Oklahoma and Arkansas! Call us for all your: • Seeding • Spraying E NG, LLC Barry Blackstone Superior, Nob. Airport 402-879-3006 Red Cloud, Neb. Airport • Fertilizing (up to 10 gpa by ai0' 402-746-3550 • Competitive chemical priceSl Toll Free: 1-866-862-2426 We are striving to be your ultimate crop care specialists. Thursday, April 24, 2003 driving, $100. Adam C. Hamilton, Mankato, noise ordnance violation, $90. Amanda D. Diehl, Manhattan, speeding, 42-30, $82. Chamber meets Terry Mayhew presided at the April i 4 meeting ofJewell ChamberofCom- merce. Deb Bohnert announced plans were completed for the Easter Egg Hunt. She will be announcing plan~s for a city-wide rummage sale later• Pro- ceeds from that event will go to sum- mer bail. Jewell will host the district PeeWee tourney again this year. Three letters had been received from our-of-state students with inquiries about Jewell for a school project. Materials will be sent to each. Progressive Study Club catered the meal. The next meeting will be the Jewell High School Awards banquet May ! 3 and then break for the summer• Meet- ings will resume Sept, 8 with the an- nual steak supper. III Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obeff Joyce Ritter, Audrey Young, Shelly Findley, Lucile Clark and Milton and Charolette Detwiler visited Maude Keller• Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Standley took Dorintha Standley to Manhattan with them to visit their daughter• Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and Steven Obert were dinner guests of the Charlie Lukes. Dorintha Standley was a dinner guest Rodney Standley and his chil- dren at Beloit. Scattered showers fell in the area a couple of times but moisture is still needed. Dinner guests of Ernie Kattenbergs were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peterson, Aaron, Vanessa and Seth and Steven Weltmer. Pawnee Village hosts program The Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site will host a program at 7 p.m. Sunday• The program, "Prehis- toric White Rock Valley" will be pre- sented by Aimee Rosario, archeologist with the Bureau of Reclamation, Grand Island, Neb. White Rock Creek begins in south- ern Nebraska and flows through the Kansas counties of Smith, Jewell and Republic before entering the Republi- can River one mile north of the Pawnee Village• Although not long in length it is very lengthy in history. Archeologists have studied the val- ley for years making wonderful dis- coveries. Large animals including cam- els, sloths and mammoth once roamed the valley, which in turn attracted early man. A group of early people is re- ferred to as the White Rock Culture. Later the Pawnees called the area home. The program is free of charge and refreshments will be served To silence gossip, don't repeal it. God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary work. Truth is not determined by how many people believe it. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Obituaries Javene Blecha Javene Margaret Wurtz B led the daughter of Pete and M~ Haushel Wurtz, was born Feb. 5, near Clara, She died April 8i Republic County Hospital, She attended Clara School I~ 94 in Washington County, Ha Rural High School for three, graduated 1947. She attended Kansas StaU versity and received a teaching 0 cate. She taught at Sunny SIoF trict7, north of Clifton, for one She married Raymond Bled June 12, 1948, at St. Mary's C= Church, Clifton. They began r~ life on a farm near Munden. The ily moved to Munden in Aug1 1959• She was a member of St. Ga Catholic Church, Council of Ca Women, Church Women UI Munden City Council, Munden Makers and Munden Social held several offices in these or~ tions. Blecha is survived by her huS Raymond; children, Jimmie Bi Munden, Margaret McGavran, Jean Snapp, Mankato, LaW Blecha, Hillsboro, Daniel BI Munden, Carol Monsanto, Bellt Lyle Blecha, Munden; 18 Bran dren; three great-grandchildren; sister, Betty Tighe, El Dorado. Services were held April George's Catholic Church, with Father Rail: ficiating. Burial was in St. Cemetery, Munden. t Enos Hansen I Enos Emil Hansen, 93, the Alfred and Jenscena (Hour ' Hansen, was born Jan. 28, 1910 • Ruskin. He died Friday at County Health Services, Hebr He was confirmed into the II~ gelical Lutheran faith on May 3~ at Bethany. He was a lifelong na~ of Bethany Lutheran Church• | He married Ruth L. Sykes onl 14, 1940, at the Lutheran Ch~ Scandia. He spent his entire life] ing inthe Nora and Ruskin vic.i~ His greatest pleasure was raisi~ He ! training Appaloosa horses. -Ie~ member of the Appaloosa as~i ti°~c J e ause of failing health, t4 tered the Parkview Haven N~ Home in Deshler in November,~ He was preceded in death parents; brothers, Harland, A~ David and Glen; and a sister,| Arnold Mclntosh (Martha). He is survived his wil Deshler; a daughters, (Barbara), Lincoln, Neb.; Koester (Lynette), Sutton; nine grandchildren great-grandchildren; Ruskin and Edwin. Sparta, WiS Services were held the Bethany Lutheran Church, 1~ with Pastor Evelyn Phillips mginterment was in the Spring! Cemetery, Ruskin. Megrue-Price Funeral .I'taO~ Superior, was in charge of ments, i Meet Your Friends at the Rolling Hills Electric ANNUAL MEETING Friday, April 25, 2003 NCK Technical School Beloit, Kansas It's Our First Annual Meeting! 5:30p.m. Registration andMeal 7:00 p.m. Business Session Convenes This Year's Entertainment The Belleville Show Choir The Belleviile Show Choir is a vibrant; exciting group ofyoungmen and ~.en from Belleville High School. This group is under the direction of Mr. Carroll Couture. The group perfomas many times throughout the year. They perform a variety, of show music, including, Broadway, Movie and Pop. Their enthusiasm and special style is sure to have you clapping and singing along. Don't miss this exciting, special program from the Belleville Show Choir. Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. Mankato • Ellsworth • Belleville A Touchstone Energy ® Cooperative ~1~