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Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert I I Gtenna Fogo, Audrey Young and Dorintha Standley had Tuesday Hap- penings at Mankato Long Term Care. Jeanette Luke and Brady. Peg Brumlemer and Ruth Obert went to Hutchinson to attend a bridal shower for Jaye Howitz, the fiance of Ryan Luke. Brady went fishing with Ryan while the women attended the shower. Wilbur Obert stayed at Beloit with Charlie Luke. Guests of Charlie Lukes were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brunnemer and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and Steven Obert. Dinnerguests of Maude Keller were Joyce Ritter, Lucile Clark, and Audrey Young. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ritter, Wakefield, Neb., visited Maude Keller. Doug Clark and Shelly Findley called Maude Keller to wish her Happy Mother's Day. Ronnie Young called Audrey Young to wish her a Happy Mother's Day. Dorintha Standley attended the graduation of her great-nephew at Man- kate' this week. Mrs. Milton Detwiler visited Maude Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson were weekend guests of Ernie Kattenbergs. The Johnsons, Kattenbergs and Curtis Petersons were supper guests of-Mr. and Mrs. Cunts Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg were din- ner guests of Don and Waunetta Mullen. Nell Manchestervisited his mother, Evelyn Manchester, and later he and the rest of the family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tob Colby, Phillipsburg. III I Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs i Diana Tifilmons, Denver, Colo., was a weekend guest of her parents Midge and Richard Oliver. Guy and Patsy Oliver, Phoenix, Ariz., are house guests of his mother Dorothy Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis were in White Cloud taking part in the annual flea market. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel I McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Belden, were din- ner guests of their mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Headrick. Nancy McCorkle ate dinner Satur- day with Irene McCorklc in Mankato at long term care. She was a guest at a tea on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Brown, Salina. Jo Abel and, Caryl Abel, Greeley, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapknan and family, Wichita, and Marcia Robertson, N, C., were guests ol'Winmc McNichols. They werecall- ers in the Kelly McNichols home. Mim Johnson, Lmdsborg, was a weekend guest of her daughter, Becky and Kelly McNichols and family. Sharon and Mike McCartey, Red Cloud, visited Anna Belle Grubbs, Doug,1 Caleb and Josh Frasier took Wanda out for dinner. Chip McMains, Hebron, was a weekend guest ofMadeline McMains. They were Sunday dinner guests of Larry and Shirley McMahls. Reagan and Bill Boyer, Kearney, were weekend guests of Barbara and Warren White. Diana Dethloff was a visitor of Barbara and Warren White. Oren. Gene and Mark Underwood took their mother. Wilma Underwood, tbr a ride Sunday around the places she had taught school and roomed. Bob and Marilyn Johnson fixed Sunday dinner an4 took to his parents, '~ DAVE'S GUN SHOP Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Gene and Mar~e Johnson. Harold Francis visited in the Johnson home. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Benkelman, Neb.. to watch grandson Kyle Ord in the track meek Cliff and Glenny Barnes and Edna Fogo went to Tammy Barnes gradua- tion from the commumty college in Hastings. She recmved a two year associate degree in office technology. Viola and Charles Crane were in Concordia Sunday. Memorial Day Service at the Burr Oak Cemetery is Monday, May 26 at 10 a.m. Bud Plait, Minneapolis, formerly a business man in Burr Oak, died May 10. Megan and Matt Boyles were greet- ers Sunday morning at the United Methodist Church. Lay speaker, Dan Dempsey, spoke about 'A Mothers Love'. Women in the congregation received a plant to take home. Dinner guests of Iris Cosand were Louise Korb, Carol Cosand and C.J.. Richard Canfield, Sandie Korb. Steve Cosand and Tamnl y Story. Vivian Reed visited Virginia Wrench, Beloit. Wilma Wilson.m the Superior Hospital and Genev;IGarman in Jewell County Long Term Care Vivian Reed was a guest of Geneva Garman for a tea at the Jewell County Hospital. ,,. t Mankato Mary' Cassell. Steele City, Neb.. visited her sister. Gayl Hancock. Elaine Hesketl. Pare Wagner. Marjorie Trembley, Marlene Neilson and Dee Falk bowled in the Women's State Bowling Totmmment in Kansas City. Elaine spent Saturday night with Andy and Carla Coflnmn and family. Coming home they drove throngh the tornado area in Lawrence. Elaine's daughter, Cindy and lhmily, live only two blocks from where the tornado was. Bob and Deanna Freeman hosted a dinner for Rex and Thelma Freeman. TwilaMeans. ShamnTullar. Bobi Free- ,nan and Sam. Claricc Hastings and James and Michelle McWilliams and Kayla. Guests of Verla Houser were Jack and Jeanie Blair. Lorraine Simon Row and Carole Simon, Lucas. l:ce and Latisha, Rick and Becky Blair. Sarah and Guthrie Harris, Darrell and Terri Kelley, Matthew and Erin. Beloit. Bruce and Barbara Petersen and Grahm, Concordia, Bryson Gonzales. Andover, Becky Novak, Morrowville. Chet and Virginia Hanson ate din- nerat acafe in Supeqor Linda Warren was at die cal'c and invited Chef and Virginia to her home m visit. Cindy Bauman. part of the AmeriCorps, a program through the State Parks, was m tile Kansas City area Wednesday, May 7 through Sun- day, May 11 to assist in the Iornado clean-up. Eson Seniors meet Esbon Seniorettes met May 7 with 15 members and two guests. Dave Bothwell and Betty Thompson from theCentral National Bank in Mankato. who spoke about fraud and what to watch out for. Josephine Frost and Violet Baker were hostesses. Prizes were won by Leland Bartley, Shirley Marihugh, Mayme Reinert. Ida Peroutek, Lillian Fogo and Sonee Gass. Hostesses for June 4 are Betty and Bud Niles. Roll call will be to bring food for the food pantry. Colmty meet- ing will be May 22 at Formoso. I Ill Paradise By Ava Knarr i Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hartsel, Concor- din, entertained dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baxa, Dane and Jenny, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Robin Griffeth, and Marjorie Hartsel. Marjorie Hartsel visited the Mark Baxa family in Salina and attended a track meet in which Jenny Baxa par- ticipated and a baseball tournament that Dane Baxa played in. Ava Knarr, Mr. and ~ilrs. Carl Knarr Jewell, Mr, and Mrs. Galen Thacker, Angela Reddick, Marvin and Mariah, Katheren Tickle and Michael, Salina, had dinner in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dairymple and Mr. and Mrs. Walt StTeit, Downs, were dinner guests of Cleta May Dalrymple. Marsha and Carl Knarr were'dinner guests of Ava Knarr. Charolett Hansen went with her daughter. Arlene Ediger, Jamestown, to Wichita for her M.A.T. class. Charolett Hansen was adinnerguest of Mr. and Mrs, Steve Ediger and Dalton, Jamestown. They attended Dalton's touch football game in Con- cordia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr, Ava Knarr, Katheren Tickle and Michael attended the FFA and FCCLA supper and awards program. Charolett Hansen attended the jun- ior high music concert at Mankato.. Bern Hienlen and son, Ken, Dayton Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark and are house guests of Rosina Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemmerer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kemmerer tor dinner. Other guests were Wayne O'Conners and Jim Houdeck. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Ray, Robyn, and Ryau DeBey. Passage Sunday morning ~as Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and Proverbs 31: I - 19. Theme Sunday morning was "Mothers on the Front Lines'. Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 4:1-26. The Sunday evening theme was 'Cain and God's call to choose'. Terry Keeps had the children's mes- sage Sun&Lv morning. The Sunday School classes sang 'l,ifc Up Your Hearts Unto the Lord' accompanied by Linda Groenendyk. Mr. and Mrs. Derek deJong and family, DeMotto, Ind., are spending a few days with Pastor Harold and Jeanne Congratulations to these 2003 graduates: Beth Keeps, Sterling Col- lege; Trevor DeBey, Waconda East High School; Regina Groenendyk, Sarah Keever. Steffen Keeps, Michael Miller, Downs Juni(w High School; Miranda DeBey, Glen Elder Junior High School; Andrea Keeps, Alton, Osborne Junior High School;'Drake Keeps, Downs Kindergarten. Happy birthday to: Ray DeBey, May 12; David Herredsberg, May 13; Stan VerHeul, May 14. Happy anniversary to Ken and Gretta Otte. May 14. Esbon home sells to McNabbs Larry and Ethel McNabb, rural Mankato, were successful bidders on the two story house of Carl L. Sapp, located in Esbon. The house sold at auction Saturday afternoon lbr $42.000, The sale was conducted by Delmar Shoemaker.Glen Elder. Help Wanted!!! Full-time Employment Available Jewell County Solid Waste Department is now accepting applications for full-time ti'uck driver and equipment operator position. Applicants must possess a valid Kansas Class-A Newell wins Mankato JV Golf Invitational Nick Newell, Mankato, shot a 39 to win the Mankato Junior Varsity Golf Invitational at Mankato May 8. Other individuals and scores were 2nd, Kellogg, Riley County, 42; 3rd "Morrow,Ti pton,42;4th,O'Flannagan. Bennington, 45; 5th, Wiesen. Bennington. 47; 6th, Groenendyke. Downs, 47; 7th, Freeman, Bennington, 47; 8th, Davis. Lincoln, 48; 9th. Knopp, Bennington, 48: 10th, Rathbon. Bennington 48: I lth, Lawrence, I Randall By Fawna Barrett June Kaspar and Mona Wengler visited their lather. Merle Griffitts, at " Hilltop Lodge to celebrate his birth- day. That evening they met Barbara and Challen Ramsey for supper in Jew- ell. Celia McMillan and Bill Elniff at- tended the PTL Junior High music festival to listen to a vocal solo by their great nephew, Adam Brown. He re- ceived an advanced pertbrmance rat- ing. Sunday they were dinnerguests of Maggie and Jerry Harr. Richard Given visited his mother, Thelma Given. Ocie also Miller vis- ited. Vesta Conn was honored with a Mother's Day dinner and to celebrate her 91 st bi rthday at the home of Delores and Paul Blochlinger. All their chil- dren and grandchildren were there. Beverly and Charles Elliott spent the weekend in Randall. Saturday Leota Clawson, Vicky Mahin and Beverly met Debbie Galaway in Salina for the day. They attended an open house at Drury Place and visited Marcelle and Arnold Mahin. They returned to Leota's tbr supper with Charles Elliott. Jay and Matt Mahin were other guests. Jill and Mike Ramsey attended a family dinner at Juanita and Stan Whitlows, Beloit. Caleb Ramsey spent the weekendwith his brother, Chris. at Hays. Bob and Betty St. John, Shannon St. John and Sarah Smith had dinner Sunday with Lynette Miller and Dan Trujillo. Beloit. Martha Lumb and grandson, Eric Whitney, were weekend guests of Jill and Kirk Evans and family. Saturday evening they attended Alexia's dance recital. Sunday Martha met Bret and June Ferguson in Concordia and was their dinner guest. T, hey came to Ran- dall and did several I I _~tasks for her. Elaine Peters and Jerry attended a CYO Lock-in Friday night in Beloit. Saturday evening, the CYO hosted a junior high dance. Elaine is a CYO sponsor. Earl Dunstan spent Sunday afternoon at the Peters home. Ruth Rhodes' family took her out for dinner. They were Bill Rhodes, Joe and Lana LaCost, Corinne, Jeff and Doyle, Rhonda and Ben Beeson and family; Ron Huncovsky and other fam- ily. Nevada and Cliff Vetter were in Conway, Ark., visiting their daughter, Vickie and Scott Fenner and family. Sharman and Jim Callanan visited Joe and Maxine Anderson. They and Lucifle Stover were dinner guests ot Charlotte and Joe D. Anderson. Mary Shelton and Kirby and Col- Bennington. 48: 12th. Brumnmr. Tipton, 48; 13th, Nobert, Bennington, 49; 14th, Jore, Bennington, 50 ;.1I)(.I 15th, Ha~, Benningto,~, 50. (;i rls' results Individual scoring for the gMs fol- lows: I st, Beougher. Downs. 44: 2nd. Hollerith. Tipton. 52; 3rd. Palen. Tipton. 55: 4th. Wilson. Jcwell, 58: 5th. Long, Downs. 58, 6th Collins. Mankato. 59: 7th. Pool. Lucas-Luray, 60: 8th. Garman, White Rock, 61 ; 9th, Robbins. Mank,,to, 61 ; 10th, Christie. Mankato, 62 and Ohnstat. Tipton, 63. leen Shamburg attended the Mitchell County LTC homemade ice cream and pie social Sunday evening with Geral d Mahin. The event houored Mother's Day and Nursing Home Week. Seleisc Barrett, Manhattan. was a weekend guest el the Gene Barretts. Natalie Wood ,cinne for Sunday din- net. Lynell and Richard Sheahan a'- tended the wedding of their daughter, Maurem3 Rider m Tom Kerrigan at a park in Manhattan May 3. A barbecue followed fin" the family. Sunday riley attended the pre-graduation banquet of a grandson. Ryan Sheahan at Lawrence. They were delayed by tornadoes in returning to the Rick Sheahan home, Tonganoxie They called on the Tim Sheahan family, May I0 they visited Joan Kimnnnau m a Lincoln. Neb.. hospital. She is mlproving after sev- eral surgeries. St, nday, they met Steve and Teresa Sheahan and family and Linda Sheahan for supper m Salina. Phyllis and Junior Wilson were overnight guesls of his sister, Dont~a Stewart. Grand Ishmd. That evening, several of the brothers and sisters had supper togelhe,'. Sunday they attended the graduation and reception for a nephew. Jamie Harvey visited Barb and Ahm McMillan. Janice and G reg McMillan and lam- i ly hosted a diHner for Mike and Marcia Nulty, the Curt Pahls family, Beloit. Junior and Georgia Pahls. Ti pton. and Janice's sister, Salina: Derek Montague. Formoso. came home Friday after having back surgery in Lincoln. Neb.. and is making a slow recovery. Derek is employed at Ran- dall Farmers Coop Union I Panorama By Fawna Barrett Walking in the evening reveals a cacophony of sounds. "fhe barking of a dog; the muted mnse from a riding lawn mower- multi-sounds surround- ing the grain elevator: a Iractor motor roaring on ~ts m,ssion. Even an occa- sional bird trills overhead belore set- tling down for the night. Rustling grass reveals passage of some animal. tame or wild. tmknown and tmseen. Strangely though, it was onl y mid- evening and no vehicle traversed the streets or high~'ay. Overhead. stars blinked from the night sky, adding their tiny bit of illu- mination to the street lights and points untouched by the lights What a neau- tiful Kansas evening and what a de- lightful end to a busy day. 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BeneNs: KPERS state retirement, heatth/dentol/prescriptions/iffe insurance, deferred compensotloB,,cofeterla plan, uniforms, paid holidays, vacation & sick leove. Quallfled disabled persons moy request modification of job applicotlan process. Apply online ot www.HR, ePartners.com. Deadline 5/27/03. EOE. Peters. ..... --IS01fi Maple Re on Bedroom Framed Canterbury Wall UP.its Mirror Tables I - - " Queen Sofa . -- home theater unlt .,.. ~. ,v s199 s599 S2,1751 Shaw Rug GJllery ~ _.-a2,=.~'...__'y.~.._~v Ja-'~..~.~- ~.m..d JL ~.._lI Authorized Flexsteel Oealet m ~UK.NI1"UKI~ | . Family owned and Store Hours' 817 Morgan Avenue. Downs, Kan. II operated since 1904 Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p,m. 785-454-3325 Thursday, May 15, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY Jewelrs CaF~b Ramsey heaved the shot 43' .75" and finished at the Cougar Relays Friday in Mankato. White Rock wins Downs Golf Invite White Rock won the Downs Golf Invitational May 6 shooting a 313. Jewell came m 6th with a 339 and Mankato was 9th with a 377 in the 1 I team invitational. Other team scores were 2nd, Lin- coln. 319: 3rd. Tipton, 327; 4th. Waconda East. 332; 5th, Southern Cloud. 338: 7th, Bennington, 353; 8th. Downs. 353; 10th, Lucas-Luray, 395 and I l th. Logan 409. Jewell county golfers finishing in the top ten were 2nd. C. Frasierl White Rock, 74: 3rd, S. Boyles, White Rock, 75; 5th. Justin Kemmerer, Jewell. 78: 9lh. Joel Kemmerer. White Rock, 79 and 10th, Dauner. Mankato 79. Individual scores for the White Rock team were C. Frasier, 38-36-74; S. Boyles 37-38-75: J. Hancock 41-40- 81 and McCutcheon 45-38-83. Other White Rock golfers were J. Bird 41-44-85 and B. Schafff 50-50- 100. Individual scores for the Jewell team were Justin Kemmerer. 41-37-78; Joel Kemmeter, 42-37-79; J. Williams, 44- 42-86 and J. Greene M. Matter, Jewell III. Individual scores for team were T Dauner. Alexander. 41-40-81 : J. 101 and L. Winslow. E. Melby, Mankato 141. White Rock six to re, White Rock will send the regional golf meet Scores are lisled as + or- average met score for 18 Those qualifying for are Stuart Boylcs. 10: +11; Josh Bird. +16 McCutcheon, + 17: Jo.~h and Josh Hancock +20. Vet Rep Russell A Sharff. ans' Outreach Pro tive. will be in 9:30 to II a.m.. at work with all veterans ployment in the public tor. Come in and see us for college g/aduation gifts and Closed Saturday, May 17 Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3 J 6oo&lls y :efm Sun-M : Tues-Fr|: ! 1am, 2pro, 5pro & 7pro NO 7pro show o~ May 9 Sat: 11 am, 2pro & 5pro LEWIS & CLARK Sun: ! 2:30pm & 3pro Mon & Sat: ! 2:30pro & 3:30pro This week's report from the I*l nlmto Lhmst k Commission o., Market very active. 13 blk steers at 490 1 13 blk steers at 405 1 15 blk steers at 365 11 mixed steers at 590 30 blk steers at 580 12 blk steers at 580 12 blk steers at 510 14 mixed steers at 640 15 blk steers at 720 13 mixed heifers at 780 37 med flesh cows at 1,320 18 thinner cows avg. 1,196 Consigned for May 16. 2 yearling Angus bulls, all Andy Montgomery, owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile Neil Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 785-984-9545 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