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Formoso By Elaine Clark i ii if I Tonyand Becky Patrick, Salina, Alene Heinen, VeraReed, June Haskins and Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. Visitors of Howard Ross were Howard Field, Pastor Bob Elwell and Mr. and Mrs. David Breckenkamp, Oswego. Nelson and Merna Keeler and Katherine Grimes, Mankato, visited Brad Keeler. Floyd and Sue Adams, Warren, Ore., and Charlie Jacobsen, Montrose, visited Forrest Dempsey. Janet Higer, Tycen and Mason, Mankato, Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey and Robert and Ada Grimm visited Kenny and Becky Huber. Ben and Shirley Free, Becky Roush and Cindy Free, Harrison, Ark., vis- ited Florence Free at Mt. Joseph, Con- cordia. Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark visited Ada Sloan at Salina. Dale and lvah Hoard attended Crys- tal Mitchell's music program at Man- kate. Howard and Louise Field visited Ruby Stafford at Belleville Health Care, and Ruby's daughter, Bernita Hannigan, Maple Hill. Garry Keeler, Baldwin City, vis- ited Ann Keeler. Dale and Ivah Hoard attended the nurses' pinning for their daughter, Su- san Sly, at Claud County Community College. They also attended gradua- tion Friday evening. Bob and Becky Roush were supper guests of Bell and Shirley Free. Kristy Guy, Hutchinson, . was a weekend guest of Edna Engle. Satur- day visitors were Preston and Kim Pelkey, Cody and Lacy, Kayla and Haley and Chad Pelkey, all of Hutchinson, and Jeannie Pelkey, Decatur. Weekend guests of John Peters were Pemell anti DeAnne Peters and Katie, Topeka. Debbie Butler and Renda Armstrong, Nevada, Me., arrived Sun- day for a visit. Rhonda Petty and Hayden, Kinsley, were weekend guestsofJeffand Brenda Koster. Dorothy Sjolander attended the high school graduation of Jami Jader Satur- day at Marquette. Also attending were Evelyn Sjolander, Alan and Becky Carlson, Colton and Molly, and Jeanie Copple and Jesse, all of Scandia, and Dennis and Kandy Walling, Court- land. r,-~ and Ruth Fleminz attended II I Randall By Fawna Barrett Librarian Lynell Sheahan attended a CKLS sponsored workshop in Salina Wednesday. Watch for summer reading starting in June. Roberta Holdren has some special things planned for both Jewell and Randall libraries. Dates will be announced in the newspaper and on Channel 12. Virginia and Gerald Lienberger will be honored with an open house Sun- day, at the Lions Den for their 60th wedding anniversary and their birth- days. Kirsten .Barrett was honored at a bridal shower Sunday; Hostesses were mothers of her classmates. She and Nate Jones will be married in July. Mike, Jill and Caleb Ramsey, eighth grade graduation for Chrislo pher Howland Saturday at A Ih,,.-,nJ the barbecue at the home of Don and Louisa Howland, Jason and Christo- pher, Osborne. Jim Douglas, Lyons, visiled Rick and Barbara Hudson. Dee Falk attended the Pike Valley the eighth grade graduation Saturd@ at Courtland. Katherine Grimes, Mankato, vis- ited Ann Keeler. Gary and Chrystal Massey, Cli fiord and Brittany hosted a first birthday party for Cody Masscy at I he Formoso park. Attending were Jerry and Gloria Massey, Gerald and Margaret Morro 11, Royce Morrell, Robert and Ada Grimm, Jerry Lynn and Candy Massey, Bruce and Lillie, Hardy, and Angle Tankard and cousin, Crystal. Wichita. Robert Grimm visited l.otmie Myers, Jewell. Ben and Shirlev Free and 1)on and Ruth Flemi ng had ,S unday di role( :it the Brookville Hotel in Abilenc. They celebrated Don and Rufls'40th ann( versary arid Ben and Shirley's 43rd. Joe ~md Amauda Brown and l'rysfi n attended the Pike Vatlcy |tigh Scho~ graduation. LeeRay and Dee Falk attended the Sunday high school graduatiou ol'Temy Eakins at Clyde. Dloyd Strnad attended the high school graduation reception tfl' Lance Hedstrom at Courtland, and l,inda Stmad attended Ihe high school gt adu- alien reception of Jercmy Strnad al Munden. Ivah Hoard attended the bridal shower for Kristen Barrett at Randall George and Nadine Balch and Bar- barn San, Farmville. Va., altcuded the May 16 high school gradualion(ff Bti:m Pope at Coalgate. Okla. They also visited Larry and Janet Pope, Brian and Justin, Coalgate, and Bill and Cheryl Raphael and thmter, Muslang, Okla. Geraldand Margaret Morrcll and Royce were supper guesls of Jerry l_yrm and Candy Massey. Bruce and I_i]lie, Hardy. The Dempsey lhmilv will gaflmr for a reunion May 25 at tile Formoso Senior Center. They will h~:t a 2 to-1 p.m. open house for those wishiug l,,~ visit with the family. The Scandia American Legion ,,,,ill conduct Memorial Day Services at Balch Cemetery May 26 at 8:20 a.m. i i was held in his honor, hosted by his parents, Bonnie and Roger Houghlori and Sister. Alya at their home. Those attending were his grandparenls, Bill and Doreen Sanford, Duluth, Minn.; Della and Charles Houghton, Raudall, and Ted and Janice Kummcr, Lawrence, other relatives and friends. Hank will attend Cloud County Com- munity College to begin studies in mechanical engineering. Carl and Opal NlcEltt))', Judy Zimmer and Carol Flirm attended .Ja- son Kibbe's graduation from Hutchinson Community College Ma5 9. The next day#Opal, Judy and Carol flew to Orange Beach. Ala.. for a x ;Jca. lion. They returned on Thursday and spent the nighl in Wichita. l.arry Flitm Don Diehl, Dan Carman and Don MCLean put up a sign for the German Baptist Brethern Cemetery which is located east of Burr Oak. W:mda took Phyllis and Junior out for supper Saturday. Jackic and Kade Cooper are spend- ing Ihe summer in Randall and Belleville. Kade is doing an internship in Bclleville and Jackie will work lbr [ ~Sl) 279. No worsh p of Sunday scherZI in l,~andat! Sunday as it is the Community Memorial Service at Jewell Trinity t hmed Methodist Church at 10:30 a.m. t'~lainc and Dan Peters hosted a re- ~.cplitm and supper after Jewell High School commencenlent Saturday hon- v~in? their son, Mark. Sunday morn- itie, the)attended graduation ceremo- nies al t3ehfit St.John'swhere acousin was one of the graduates..In the after- noou they went Io Minneapolis High Sv ho,l graduation and a supper honor- mg a relati','e from that school. SUm and Ann Colson called on'Gene ttl)d Fa\x ila Barrett. 'l'hc Barretls drove to Wichita where ihey spent the night with Bruce and (;indy Barrett. Gene had a medical appointment there Monday. Marilvn Griest was hostess for DD Brit lg.,e. (~uests.were Mart ha 1J enberger and l cots Clawson. Susanna Stout visited Leota ( 'lawson. Jay and Vicky Mahin, Matt Mahin, Susan Hinkhouse, Debbie and Denis (Ldaway and other relatives met in I'opeka where they attended Tara Mahi,s' graduation at KU. Pauline McMillan went to Hays with Marcia Nulty. Mike Nulty and other family gathered to attend Monica Nuhy's graduation from Fort Hays State Llniversity. A meal was served afle~ward at Monica's apartment. She ires accepted a position with an ac- counting firm in Kansas City. Ocie Miller spent a few days at her Randall home. She took Thehna Given to Concordia for medical appointments and physical therapy. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Memorial Day is a day to consider how strong our country is and how many lives have been lost to keep it strong. Freedom to worship as we choose is a blessing not fotmd many places iu the world. You can travel anywhere in this country without check points between states or cities. And this is just the tip of good things avail- able here today. There are weaknesses. There are ' fauhs. There is sin, greed, poverty. Yet, there are many positives. People do care about others. Thrift shops and lbod pantries are available lor those who have a need. Volunteers rush It) sites of destruction, caused by weather or by man and offer all kinds of assis- tance---free of charge. Service organi- zations in communities support sun> mer activities fl~r'~!c youth and pro- vide leadership in nu'r,aemus ways. And don't miss the'beauty across our land from the mountains to the prairies to the cool, refreshing waters. All of us need to remember and be thankful lor the freedom we have to- day. Whispered compliments are easily overheard. $15 Charge $15 Payback ~I Reserve your seat immediately!!! .~i:; I iamsYoun a lavel [ Roberta Holdren - 785-428-3335 ~:'.~:!;#LI~i~C~;~I/~!][ &; # & UOX #ASlNO Saturda36 May Williams Your Challen Ramsey, Barbara Ramsey flew there Friday and all returned to Janelle Budke.and Carly, Jeanne anti Randall. Saturday they attended Jc,- [~ -- LarryBehrends, Doris Abram, Shauna e,nyStover'sgraduatio,:~atllays. Tues II INSTANT INTERNET and Rodney Budke, Michala, Janea day, Opal and Judy took tile Flinns to andCody, Shelly Alefsand herparents Wichita for their return to their home attended the Fort Hays State Univer- near Atlanta, Ca. sity graduation Saturday. Chris PltyllisWilsona,,deandaRussc,l iJACCESS VIA SATELLITE Ramsey was among the graduates. A ate dinner with l,ene Goff at Hilltop reception was held afterwards at Lodge during Nursine tt(m,e Week [|'/ availableanywher--e Shelly's place, and attended ihe inu~ical plosrram tw Hank Kum,nergraduatedatJewell Ben Black, Randall Thc,kvishc~l !,' High School Saturday and a reception Ronnie Russell ;rod r~ ~,!. "Gritfitts i| Contact . Ducks IJ[ld[j. ... "Atimeto remem ber Furniture/A liance I our heitage of Freedom" . ,..~ . 106 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 :- ..... 785-378-3123 cIZS - - MONDAY, MAY 26 IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. Jewell, Kan. ~,~ISE ~ Office: 785-428-3262 Toll Free: 1-877-428-3261 ~,~SE THE RANDALL BRANCH ~i~ of The Jamestown State Bank .... RANDALL, KAN, 66963 785-739-2212 EQUAL XGl~ LENDER This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co., Inc. Steers 18 blk BWFsteers 460 106.50 9 Charolais steers 470 103.75 5 blk steer 475 107.50 15 mixed steers 555 100.75 19 mixed steers 620 93,00 11 blk steers 540 100.00 18 mixed steers 675 90.00 Heifers 15 Charolais heifers 465 94.75 16 black heifers 470 96.50 Cows Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-836"6 Nell Boursy, 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, 785-428-353~, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 i i i .... o.,o,, o, ,~,,~,~, E-mail: jewellimplement @ nckcn.com , ,,,=~ o,,,,,,,,.~. Serving North Central Kansas Over 30 Years I I I III COMBINES AND HEADERS 1999 Case IH 2388 with 1,000 hours, 2-speed, standard r.otor, y e d and moisture monitor, chaffer, been through shop ............. $94,500 1996 Case IH 2188 with 1,900 hours, been through shop, standard rotor, 30.5x32 drive tires ................................ $75,000 1996 Case IH 2188 with 1,975 hours, standard rotor .......... $69,500 1994 Case IH 1688 with 3,300 hours, standard rotor, 2-speed, auto. header Ht., been through shop ............................ $59,500 1990 Case tH 1660 with 3,600 hours, been through shop .. $42,500 Several IH 1480s with reduced prices .................... CHOICES#, 000 Two, IH 1460s with headers ................... C/-/O/CE OFb'/V/7-$8, 000 1976 Gleaner "L". ................................................................... $6,000 1999 Case IH 1020, 25-foot with Poly, Flex-header: ........... $13,000 1993 Case IH 1020, 22 1/2-foot with Poly, Flex-header ...... $11,250 IH 820 20-foot, Flex-header ................................................... $4,950 1997 Case IH 1010, 25-foot, Rigid header ............................ $9,250 t997 Case IH 1010, 25-foot, Rigid header ...................... . ..... $9,500 1997 Case IH 1010, 30-foot, Rigid header ............................ $9,250 Dispatch By Edn.n Verhage Greeters Sunday were Dave and Dale tterredsberg " Passage Sunday morning was I Pe- ter 1:13- t 6 and I Thessalonians 4:13- 18. Theme was "'Our Christian Hope." Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 6:17-23. Theme was "Noah and the Ark. a Sign of Judgement and Grace." Venda Reling, Cawker City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boxum, l.ynden, Wash.. were church visitors Sunday evening. The Boxums are spending a few days in Kansas. Happy hirthday to: Cheryl dcJong and Randy Keeps, May 18; Hannah Kecver, May 19; Jan Keeps, May 22; Renzo Draayer, May 23. Happy anniversary to: Lloyd and Nelvina Nyhoff. May 18; Randy and Thehna Keeps and George and Sheni Eakin, May 24. I Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Arden Dean Isom visited Wilbur" Oberts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert attended graduation exercises at Kearnev for their granddaughter, Halev Larson. They attended church there and then the graduation at 2 p.ml and the recep- tion following. Steven Obert also at- tended. Seth Peterson and Wesley Lambert went fishing wi~h Ernie Kattenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ritter visited Ernie Kattenbergs. Arleta Underwood visited Ernic Kattenbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler vis- ited Maude Keller and did some lawn mowing. Between .30 t,~ .40 of rain fell Sun- day night. III I Jewell By Roberta Holdren George and Cindy Staten hosted a block barbecue party tor Betty James, . the Kelley Burgess family, Charles and Robcrta Holdrcn. Inez and Elwood Clark, the Lonnie Myers fmnily, Theresa Manis and Megan and Sally Rowe. Conmtcncement at Jewelt High School USD 279 were Saturday after- noon at the high school. Several fam- ily parties were after the event. The June meeting of the senior citizens was Friday al lhe Jewell apart- ments. The next meeting is July 18 with a pol luck dinner. Joyce Nickolson had knee surgery t Thursday, May 22, 2003 in Salina this past week and is expected home soon. Richard and Opal Brandon attended the picnic held at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit, an observance of National Nursing Home week. Bera Heinlen and son Ken, Dayton Ohio, visited a week with Rosina Anderson. Callers during the week were Jerry and Nancy Anderson, Darrell and Jerretta Anderson, Jeffrey Kindra, Marilyn and Carol Bourbon, and l_x~is Oplinger. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frost and fam- ily, Glen Elder, visited Ilene Alcom. Larry and Vickie Henderson, Norton, visited Rosina Anderson. Bob and Jean Rose, Karen Meyer, Doyle and Pat Alcorn, Sharon Brockleman, Doris Abram and Jill Frost were recent callers of Ilene Alcorn. Some of the "Out to Lunch Bunch" went on an outing to Hastings. Word was received in Jewell of the death of Don Knobel, Maplewood, Minn. He was the husband of Mar- guerite Heel, formerly of Randall. Greg McElroy called on his cousin Elsie Gabe on Sunday. Eastern Star 50-year pins were presented to Pat McMurray, Jane Jacobs, Barbara King and Dawna Gay and Don Robinett in a ceremony Wednesday at the Jewell Apartments recreation room. The Jewell Ministerial Alliance and the Jewell American Legion Post No. 72 will lead a community Memorial Day worship service at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church May 25. Special patriotic music will be by the Jewell Christian Church choir. An- other special is~!anned with a patriotic video produced by Jewell High School. Wayne Fiegal will bring the message. The public is welcome to attend. Church women quilt at Randall Randall Community Church women met to quilt Wednesday. Un- tied Church Women met in the after- noon. Roll call was a plant exchange. Devotions were reading Bible verses about women. A report from Mission to Russia was given during the business meet- ing. It was announced there would be no worship services in Randall May 25 as the community Memorial service will be at Jewell Trinity United Meth- odist Church that morning. Other eve~[ts were announced. Betty Mayhew and Gerry Joerg were guests. Mankato City utility report Connects: Kathleen and Tracy Schoenberger, 307 N. Center. JEWELL COUNTY REC( i i Mankato A graduation reception~ Wagner was held at lhe hom~ and Tracy Walker Saturday.~ Friends and relatives cametl! the afternoon. | Floyd and Sue AdarnS,! Ore., are here visiting an~tl house in their honor is Satt~tl to 4 p.m., at the Montr0~ Parish House. Rick find Becky Bhtir a~ Jeanie Blair went to Marys'a day for the graduation re0 LauraLeigh Blair at Randy~ Browns. Sundav they attend Leig.h's gradua(ion at Kansa sity m Lawrence. The Caregivers and St,pl* will meet Tuesday the Jewell County James McWilliams, financ is guest speaker. Visitors of Charlotte Mtl Adams, Warren, Ore., # Murray, Lebanon. Karen Ross visited Eric~ Pletcher and children at M* La. While there Karen bah3 Jacob and Matthew while the went to Houston, Texas, family willsoon be living. Several from lhis area att~ funeral service lor Amy T~ Frankfort, Saturday. Don and Audrey Hamilt0I Hamilton, Lynn and Sonja and lke and Edith Soash Kerwin, New Jersey and F,~ Price, Chicago, I11., ~t a cafe| kate one evenin~ last week ~-~ and visiting. ~ / ,.I Dunstan gets BVCA sch4 Tyler Dunstan, Ferrous0,| cipient of the Blue Valley Ct~ Action Scholarship and thai Maizc/BVCA Vocational Sc~ These scholarships are a individuals with diver! The selection commitlee consideration such items need, voluntcerism and aspirations and goals for their education. Mankato Weat~ Bi]l Wnod, obserVt Tuesday, May 13 76 Wednesday, May 14 78 Thursday, May 15 66 Friday, May 16 67 Saturday, May 17 74 Sunday, May 18 77 Monday, May 19 62 Moisture .42 " Total moisture to date We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described farm and antiques Formoso Community Building in Formoso. Kan., beginning 1:30 p.m. TUESDAY, JUNE 17 c ..... ___ .... ~.~ HELEN OELKERS ,,o ..... .4'1 = -[ r- il~FJ~ . .- "-m---29-----.~ e,.~.~: 28 """ ts? ---- ~i 27 == ,,, he." ' t; nat ~r s~xl~z~ LOCATION OF FARM: 1 west and 11/2 mile: Kan. GENERAL DE~ consists of approximately 153 which 123.8 acres are farm 18.4 acres o! fenced pasture acres of hay land. The ently leased to Roger Reiter rent of $40 per acre with the due at wheat harvest of seller will retain and the will be due following fall ha~ ~ ~ ~ ; will be paid to buyer. The P~. ~:~'~.4 rented to Jerry Anderson for $12 per acre and the rent will go to the bu'rer. There is adequate fence a0~ avai~ab~efr~mp~nds~rarrangementsmadewithbui~dingsite.Thebaseacresare:wheat92.4acreswith34~ ~., yield, corn 3.8 acres with 52 bushel yield, mile 7.5 acres with 56 bushel yield and soybeans 11.5 acres with 11~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ '~ yield. The 2003 farm payment should be approximately $1,633.60 which will be retained by the tenant. At the1 ,',- ~ .~ time there is about 60.1 acres planted to wheat, about 18.55 acres planted to oats and 45 acres ptante~ i ~ ~ LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SE 1/4 of Section 30, T-3-S, R-6-W of the 6th PM in Jewell County, Kansas. | ~ ~ ~ TAXES: The 2{:)02 and all prior year taxes to be paid by seller. Seller will also pay first half of 2003 and 19~ ~'~ '~ be responsible for | ~ second half and subsequent years. 2002 taxes were $1,094 90 " " I ~'~ POSSESSION'. Possession.w be g ven subectj to tenant's ri'. g hts. u pen closing. Posse ssio n u pen wh eat~, ~. '~ '~ ~ ~ ground to be after 2003 harvest or August 1,2003, wNch ever ~s first and possesston of a other ground wd t"! ~ ~ March 1, 2004. z ~ ,, .~ TERMS: 20,,'; down day of sale, balance due upon delivery of warranty deed and marketable title in appr0 i~ -~ 30 days. If Title Insurance is used, the cost will be equally divided between the buyer and the seller.. ANTIQUES (To sell following farm) Large oak buffet Large ornate oak dresser with glove boxes Pump organ, very ornate Organ top, very ornate with stick and ball Wardrobe, 7-foot tall, very ornate Several bedroom sets and odd chests and Kitchen cupboard, straight front Glass door cupboard Lamp tables Two nice piano stools Other miscellaneous pieces. All Annoucements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. All licensees of Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction are acting were obtained from government agencies and court house records. However, we do not guarantee their accuracy. One should seek out their own Sales: Rod Wilson and Mike Stauffer C.~SE lh Visit our Web Site at http:flwww.caseih.com ~ maDmoN OF t t"aD~RSH,~ Case IH and Case Credit are registered trademarks of Case Corporation owner Helen Oelkers t, sa,e=ouctedo, Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and AppraiserJ ~1 1~ PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464.. e-mail: mr44608@alltel.net Web site: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com