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I I Helne SUtes fell at Jewell County LTC last week and was taken to Asbury Hospital, Salina. Her daughter, Neva Shoemaker, stayed overnight with her the first night. Helen returned to LTC Saturday. She enjoys marl. There will be a Farewell potluck supper honoring Pastor Frances Rathbun and her family Friday, May 21 at Salem United Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. ionia and Salem are co-host- ing and the public Is welcome to come say God Bless you on their move to Wichita. Our sympathy to the Ruth Colson family. She died at at Mankato LTC last week. Karen and Wendell Moyer hosted a Mother's Day dinner at their home Sun- day for their family. Forrest and Ruby Colson enjoyed their family dinner at Fellowship Hall last Monday for their 60th wedding an- nlversary. Ruby Colson visited Winnie Wilson Monday afternoon. Jr-Sr Prom was at Jewell High Sat- re'day night with the after-prom party held at the Belolt Vo-Tech student union. M/MTom Miles, M/M Wendell Moyer, M/M Rex Henningsen and Virginia Douglas attended the High Tea held at the Glen Elder Senior Center Tuesday evening. It was honoring the volunteers and a good time was reported by all. Sunday, May 16, Is Confirmation and Graduation Sunday. There will be a potluck dinner after church honoring the young people. Everyone is welcome. M/M Harold Shoemaker went to church and had dinner with the Pat Sheas Sunday in Beloit. Kelll Simmelink and Kamey Thomas were candlelighters. Margueritte gave each person a bow in honor of their mother. M/M Don Slmmelink, Pauline Sirn- melink, M/M Rex Henningsen met M/ M Ed Simmellnk and Johan Menhusen in Concordia for dinner Sunday. The community was shocked to learn of the fire at the Daryl Cockrofl home Monday morning. Several neigh- bors helped remove what furniture they could locate in the heavy smoke. M/M Jim Colson and daughter and M/M Rusty Colson were home for their grandmother's funeral. Jims remained for a longer visit with his parents, M/M Gaff Colson. Forrest and Ruby Colson celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary at the Ionia United Methodist Church on May 3, 1993. A family dinner was prepared "~nd served by friends, Margueritte Mile, Peg Sehlaefli, and Rhonda Sim- melink. Those that enjoyed the day were Sam and Cathy Colson and family of Plymouth, WI, Stan and Ann Colson, Marcie and Ed Duskie and family, Gary and Shena Colson and family, Joe and Veronica Colson and family, and Peg Colson. Pastor Frances Rathbun vis- Red in the afternoon. The couple en- joyed an afternoon walking and remi- niscing around Ionia. Odessa and Dentonia Area News by Ruth Obert Afternoon visit ors Thursday ofMa ude Keller were Charolette Detwiler, Joshua and Jennifer and Alysla Struckoff. Aaron Peterson spent Friday night and Saturday at his grandparents, the Ernle Kattenbergs. Evelyn Manchester visited Myrtle Moore on Monday morning. M/M Wilbur Obert and M/M Ernle Kattenberg visited the Rufus Manch- esters a week ago Sunday. M/M Wilbur Obert visited M/M Ed Shlvely and Viola Bird Sunday p.m. at the Shively's. Ruth Obert attended the "Tea" at the Methodist Church Sunday at Lebab- non honoring the mothers, it was a lovely progrmn and quite a large group of ladies attended. M/M Ernie Kattenbergvtslted Maude Keller Sunday. Word was received that Marian Boe- skool had a massive heart attack. He was a former Dentonia area resident. M/M Wilbur Obert attended the fare- well for Shirley Hendrix, the parish secretary who is retiring. Thursday dinner guests of Maude Keller were Lueile Clark. Debbie and Brianna Clark, Kansa.s City, M/M Boyd Rltter, and Mlke and Audrey Young. Evelyn Manchester visited Theda Thoma._s Monday. Mrs. Marian Atwood took Ruth Obert and Lucile Frost to attend the District FCE meeting at Belleville Friday. M/M Wilbur Obert visited Dr. Otto Luke and Charlie and Jeanette Luke Saturday at Beloit. M/M Warren Inskeep brought Josle Inskeep to see Viola Bird at the Ed Shlvely home Friday evening. Viola and Josie are cousins. M/M Wilbur Obert attended the NFO zone meeting at BellevilIe Monday eve- nlng. To send cards to Marian Boeskool you can send them in care of rose Marie Kramer, 12641 Mtmcma Apt. 3. Foun- tain Hills, AZ 85288. We're anally having a few days of sunshine which ts much needed. Tuesday. May 4. Audrey Young and Decmtha Standieyhosted a babyed~ower for Kathy Davis and new baby son. Those attending besides the hostesses were Carol Andemon, Evelyn Manch- ester, Nola Bess Atwood, Beth Stan- dley, Edna Kattenberg and Ruth Obert. Rhonda Manchester sent a gift as she was unable to attend. They received many useful gifts. Esbon News by Norine Hajny Hope everyone had a nice Mother's Day. Tuesday afternoon, several ladies met at the home ofJeri Shute to honor lone Shlpley on her birthday. Glenn and Pearl Jones and LucIiIe Frost spent two days with a cousin in Dodge Clty. Thursday evening, Vaden and Jean Davis, Jeri and Edward Shute, Tom Shute, and Allene Davis went to the home of John and LorIAlien, Red Cloud to help Lori celebrate her birthday. Vera Silsby and Avis Wlnslow were in Superior Sunday to have dinner with Merla and Lorus Hulbert at a care there. Lyle Silsby and a friend Joined them. Jacque Frost and Roger Broeckel- man spent the weekend with home folks. Jacque and Lucile Frost were Sunday dinner guests of Glenn and Pearl Jones. Colorado relatives attending memo- rial services for Ruth Colson were C.laude and Norma Hunter, Vlc and Beth Hanson and Maxine Graham. Weekend guests of Harry and Carol Kindler were Bob Kindler, Dustin and Corey, Omaha, NE and Joy Kinder and Alida. Sallna. Sunday, they Joined Gary and Krls Kindler and family for dinner. Jacque and Lucille Frost, Frances Burgess were our visitors Saturday. are appreciated and the welcome mat is always out. Memorial Services were held for Ruth Colson Saturday in Mankato. Our sym, l~mse keep calling with your r~-ws. Medical Clinic l~rk~ A~k~oa MD Clmrlo~ Pmk~, A.R2~.P dt ~ Mu~e/~ 3744433 Jewe!l County LTC News Frances Rathbun was here for church services Sunday. May 1. the Stateline Cloggers came to dance. Opal Lamb helped with craft class Monday. Thadd Hinlde held music apprecia- tion hour Wednesday. -- Marie Morris and Helen Anderson visited Orville Thronson and Myrna Thronson. Madeline Sills enjoyed her visit with Maxine Dempsey and Dan Vallier. Joan Waugh, Neita Colin. Dick Waugh, Gerry, Lorie, Kerry and Ryan Waugh, Eva Lambrecht, Carl, Carla, Jennifer and Jeremy Waugh all called on Clede Blacker this week. Neita Colin visited with Letty Crane. Company this week for Thelma Dins- more were Shirley Minear, Alex, Abby, Cindy and Tay Folsom. Gene Proctor. Karen Rhea and Jesse Rhea/~ called on Etta Nees. Buford and Fern Tucker several residents. Gaff Hudiburgh Eleven residents attend day. Glenn I~ve called out the first and Mabel Andreasen had blackout. Frances called on Helen Stites. Other were Sue Shea Tla Garman, Carla Jennifer Thomas visited ray. Don and Mary Modlin called Morton. Ruth and Howard Dietz Henningsen. Harold and Lorna Wilton Ellen Hudiburgh. Thelma Lamb and Mabel visited Margie Marihugh. Mankato Cougar relays track r, Girls Triple jump: Scheef, Jewell, 2nd 32'5.5" Javelin: Basel, Mankato, I st I00'9" 3200 MRelay: Carrie Giliett, Rachel Larsen, Marcia Gillett, Deana VanMe- ter, Mankato, 3rd 13:02.60. 100 M HH: Terpening, Mankato, 2nd 17.32. Shot put: Basel, Mankato, Ist 36' 1.5", Conn, Jewel], 6th 29' 1.5". Discus: Basel, Mankato, 2nd I00'2", M. Glllett, Mankato, 6th 80'1.5". .800 MRelay: Michele Decker, Deana VanMeter, Michell Wakefield, Kristy Terpening, Mankato, 2nd 1:57.97. 100 MDash: Decker, Mankato, 2nd, 13.7. 1600 MRun: Ratlsback. Mankato, 3rd 6:27.74, Loomls, Jewel], 4th 6:34.63. 400 MRelay: Michele Decker, Deana VanMeter, Raven Leece, KristyTerpen- ing, Mankato, 3rd, 55.45. 400 MDash: Wakefield, Mankato, 5th 1:09.62, Knarr, Jewell, 6th I: 10.94. 300 Int H: Terpenlng, Mankato, Ist 49.2. 200 MRun: Decker, Mankato, 3rd, 29.94. 3200 MRun: Railsback. Mankato, 4th, 14:38.6. 1600 MRelay: Deana VanMeter, Michell Wakefield, Raven Leece, Jen- nifer Basel, Mankato, 5th 5:00.45. The Mankato girls scored 95 points and took first place. Jewell girls scored 14 points and placed 10th. There were eleven teams participating. shop Pole vault: Brown, MankatO, 10'. Triple jump: Slevert, jeweli, 38'. 3200 Relay: Aaron Skudlarek, l Lippold, Israel Bohnert, PrestoV row, Mankato, 3rd 9:12.22 9:16.84. 400 MRelay: Chad Osborne, Grout. Jon Josh Mankato, 3rd 46.53; 400 MDash: J. Lippold, 4th 55.25. 800 MRun: P. Scarrow, 5th 2:17.03. 800 MRelay: Lance Llppold, Grout, Kelly Flavln, Preston Mankato, 2nd 1:41.70. 100 MDash: Terpening, 6th 12.55 1600 MRun: Schlaefli 5:08.78. 200 MDash: J. Llppold, 4th 25.44. 1600 Relay:. Chad Terpening, Lance Lippold, pold, Mankato, 3rd 3:48.74. The Mankato boys had a points and had a total of 10 points and 10th. There were a total of 11 participating. Tell That Gradtmte How Proud You Are! ... with one of our terrific American Greetings cards. Professional Pharmacy