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IS - Tl~ II ~.0~ ~n-May ,!1~)~3'~ JeweH Area News Randall Area News by*Fern ..... " ...................... Ill Susan and Greg Knlttel and David, Manhattan, were weekend guests of M/M Calvin James. Pauline Slmmellnk and M/M Don Simmelink met other relatives in Con- cordla for dinner Sunday. Sally Rowe, Don Topllff, and M/M Elwyn Topliff were treated to a meal Saturday night by M/M Clarence Topliff. Sunday guests ofM/M Elwyn Topliff were M/M Harold Topliff and family; Chris and Anglea Trent and Emily, Salina, and M/M Franklin Ross. Carolyn Abram, Kenneth Wheat and Betty Atkinson were Sunday dinner guests of M/M "Clay Henningsen and family. Betty Atkinson was honored with a birthday party at Jewell Variety Satur- day afternoon with friends as hosts. Karen Mclntyre and her mother, Kathryn Thompson spent a few days In Ulysses. Emma Fobes accompanied Betty and BobWllson to Sundaydlnner and spent "~ the afternoon in the Wilson home. Mothers attending church in Jewell Sunday received plants for their gar- dens. UMW Sunday was observed at Jew- ell Trinity UM Church Sunday with the Imhes leading the service. Special music was by Llnda Woerner and Shirley Jacobs, accompanied by Sherilyn Kadel. Fawns Barrett brought the message. M/M Richard McMftlan, Bernice Nulty, M/M Greg McMfllan and boys had Sunday dinner at the Mlke Nulty home. Frank and Thelma Shelton took her folks to lunch Sunday for Mother's Day, then journeyed to Manhattan to spend the remainder of the day with Brad Shelton and Tatla Harris. D.D. Club D.D. Club met May 5 with Ava Knarr, Jewell. Her guest were Barbara Divel, Da/slbel Mclntyre and Alice Kadel. Lynell Sheahan won high score and In~ Clark, second high. Nevada Verier next hostess. :~i Priscilla Club : Priscilla Club met Thursday with Thelma Given. The guess box was won by Mftdren McElroy. Gladys Hart, He- len Cash and McElroy won games. Local News M/M Jay Mahin and family and Jim and Leota Clawson took Doris Mahin out for Mother's Day dinner in Concor- dia Sunday. M/M Robert Campbell brought their Mother's Day dinner to share with Esther Z|mmer an d Roger Zimmer. Russ Campbell came in the afternoon and will stay for a couple of days. Recent visitors have been Brian and Anita Joerg. Dianne Gardner, Vlcki Osborne and Kay Joerg. M/M Mike Ramsey and boys enter- rained the following to dinner Sunday: Velma Ramsey. Clarence and Barbara Ramsey, Challen Ramsey, Rodney and Shauna Budke and family, Doris Abram, Joanne and Larry Behrends Behrends, Velda Behrends and Juanita and Stan Whitlow. M/M Jerry Baxa and family were weekend guests at the Al Baxa home. Other children and families present on Sunday were Annette, Kathleen, Mark, Dan and Nick. Becky and A.J. called by phone. M/M JuniorWftson and Bonnie Elniff spent Sunday with Ors Wilson and others of her family in Blue Hill, NE. 'Rides for Haitian VBS The Rev. "Ibm Counts, 66, Jewell, a retired United Methodist and American Baptist pastor will be making a bike trip May 15-16 to raise funds and recruit volunteers for Vacation Bible School In Haiti. Tom and Linda. his wife. have been working on the island of LaGonave off the shore of Haiti for the past several summers. Funds raised will go toward VBS supplies and food. Counts will leave from Jewell in time to attend an 8 am breakfast at the Belolt United Methodist Church Satur- ~day. Other stops Include Simpson. Glasco, Concordia, Bellevflle, Scandia. Courfland. Montrose and Mankato UM Churches. The ride concludes at Jewell Trinity UMC with a program at 7:30 p.m. Counts serves as a volunteer minis- ter of visitation for the Beloil United Methodist Church. Rev. Tom Counts. Jewell Let your local businesses lmow you appreciate them. Shop locally! Jewell AIlImnl aaque t Saturday, May 29 7 p.m. Jeweli High School MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW!! Tickets $7 Deadline-May 15 PLEASE Tickets will be at the door. Pay at James Clothing or to Marilyn Topliff, PO box 74, Jewell, KS EVERYONE WELCOME OPEN HOUSE 2-4 P.M. * JHSAUDITORIUM Irene Shelton was dismissed from Asbury Hospital, Salina Saturday. She moved to a nursing home in Concordla. M/M Joe Anderson, M/M Joe Aaron Anderson and family, M/M John High- land and boys and Lucfte Stover were Sunday guests at the Joe D. Anderson home, Jamestown Sunday. Mrs. Nell Gordanier reports that she received Mother's Day phone calls from all four of their sons including JOhnny, who is stationed in Okinawa. He is chief of training air traffic controllers at the air base. Thelma Given and Fawns Barrett were guests of the Glasco UMW for their all day study on the Middle East last Wednesday. Barrett assisted with it. M/M Leon Layton visited Lucille Dunstan in Mankato Saturday. Leo and Mona Wengler spent the weekend with Merle and Fern Griffitts. They celebrated Merle's birthday Sat- urday and IVIother's Day. Friday, the Griffitts were guests of Ruby Elniff at the Jewell Senior Citizens to celebrate Ruby and Mede's special days. M/M Mark Novak and family at- tened a family dinner Sunday at the home of Llnda Davenport in Concordia. Faye Novak met them there later and Novaks took her out for supper. Faye Novak visited Midge Flinn, Zelma Rank and Zatha Abram at Chey- enne Lodge Sunday. Pat Abram Sims, Texas, spent Wednesday afternoon with Mildred McElroy. Barbara and Challen Ramsey called at the Griffitts home Sunday to visit the Wenglers. The Birthday Gals met at the local Jewell Alumni The officers of the Jewell Alumni have been working for several months toward a successful banquet this year on Saturday, May 29. Myrth Tullar McDonald will be the Mistress of Cere- monies. The deadline for meal reserva- tions is Saturday, May 15. You may make reservations with Marilyn Topliff or Mardyn Mauck, Jewell or at James Clothing. Those who have made reservations are Robert Nulty and wife, 1925; Mur- ray Mitchell, 1931; Cleo Riley, Forrest Clark, 1932; Velva Scouten Riley, Ha- zel Zentz Baylie, 1933; Katherine Kreamer Clark,1934; Eva Willmeth Ward and husband, Eileen Heinen, Alice Menhusen Meckfessel and husband, Irene Oplinger Waiters, 1943; Violet Knarr Clingman, Virgil Knarr and wife, 1944, Ross Clingman, 1941; Irene Burks Johnson and husband, 1949; Marjorie Eberhart McElroy and hus- band, Jttmes Kelley and wife, 1952: Ruth Burks Macy and husband, Melva Hunter Smith, 1953, Brenda Clark Clark and husband, Connie Goldsberry Cain and husband, Peggy Blacker Sel- ridge, 1968; BrianJoergandwife, 1983; Margaret Dunham Canale and hus- band, 1942; Robert Eychner. 1929; James Abream and wife, 1963; Nella Rose Knarr Flinn and husband, 1946; Nola Everson Divel, Janis Bass Johnston, Marilyn Goldsberry Zimmer- man, Diane Wilson Larson and hus- band, 1966; Laura Oplinger Crone, 1923; Bftli Loomls, Jason Arasmith, 1993. Pahls accepts position at Beloit Curtis Pahls has accepted a position in the tutoring program at Belolt High School for 1993-94. He will be working with students in math and science. He has been math teacher at Jewell High School since he completed col- lege. Pahls is a native of Tlpton. He, his wife. Kaxen. and daughter, Emily. re- side in Beloit. cafe Monday and spent with Helen Cash. Kay Hyman was a Medical Center, Rhodes and days with her. She was able to join a family Concordla Sunda3 Ruth Rhodes, Mabel Kasl, Lawanda Webb, Rhonda and Darrell Hyman. Kay more treatments later. Donald Driggs, Mabel Woolse] received calls from her hita and from WY. Last Monday, snack supper and shared cousin, Ruth Tuesday evening called rest Colson. Helen Cash met dinner Sunday. The Griffitts Beulah Elliott and other dall residents at Hilltop day. Friday, M/M Gene talie at inson where she ship. After Natalie left way back to Hays, fierce storm in Rus hard rain and haft. elers sou the storm passed. Hail size. Richard Given, Lee's spent two dayswlth his Additional Sunday guest.' Chris Reynolds and White Rock Center track meet on May follows: Pole vault: Chris 3200 MRun: Kevin 11:26.80 4X800 MRelay: Ryan Lambrecht, Gerit Garman, 5th 10:05.47. 1600 MRun: Corey 5:18.37. Freshman 4XI00 Frost, Gerit Garman Whelchel, 4th 54.09. Varslt) Mike Moseley, Peder Moluf, 5th 53.50. Freshmen 4X400 Frost. Peder Moluf, Flavin, 3rd, 4:17.75. The boys had 35 placed 5th of seven teamS. Girls High jump: Jodi Shot put: Lisa Dethloff, 3200 MRun: Andrea 13:10.07, Melody 13:41.72. Discus: Lisa Dethloff, Javelin: Ba 4X200 MRelay: Barbara Dethloff, Jodi ody Underwood, 5th 2:00. 1600 MRun: Andrea 6:02.28, Melody 6:14.43. 400 MDash= Barbara 1:09.62. 800 MRun: 2:41.35, Andrea Burgess, 4X400 MRelay: jodi bars Dethloff, Mellssa Pair, 5th 5:04. The girls placed 5th of seven teamS. Black and white pictures that paper ave office for .r~)~ CO]lIle~,