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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Tnursc.lay May 2,5. 2016 i Emile~ Whelchek - triple jump - second place R]~S t~ok senl~[]l~ in the stale final Friday, Emile Whelehel w~ ~,~.'ond in the trip,e jump three to state meet ove,i.g ~ distance of 33" I" and took third place in the long jump with at Wieldta her leap of 15' 25'+ Brady leffery so- H,gee t~d offat Tipton Oaks Mun- da) mommg andcompletcd hi ; I g hole iound ~ =lh 7B st+oke, The ftrsl p|ace ,~ inner ~corded a rouP.d of ?5. Tipton Ca~ol,c ean~'d the stale team sand grcen~ title HJuer mcdaled in ca.ch qoumament he played ~his seaxoa and too}~ humc the t ir~t pl~: m Oal live Braes, earn~l ~ccond place honors du' tim~, fin- ~,~l~=d 1bird m one event and IK~St~0. a scvenL~ place fimgh itt 0.1~0th~r event. He will ~etum for his junior year next SC~St~, Rmmal E bon man C~mHnu6d from I~ge l &al I gol to do. While in Rome .I just bappct~. d to I~ i~ the right place at the right limed.rid heard Pope Pi.us XII. He spoke in 1"~ diffen:nt languages that day.Then in Swi~erland in the Alps I got to ~ the $1. Bemanls, ".said Ted- "While on a maneuver r~ar Lux- mbour~, GeTman y we wen1 (hmugk a town called Tier, Germ;my,'rha town is where my gramJmother Carl can~ from. Once agam had [ not been ia the service l w;>idd n ',~r ha't~ had the opp,url.unlly It+ see the Iowa wh~r nly grandmother came from." said 1" 0, Along the way Ted n~c ived a pro- motion from private to pnvale first cla-~s am.4 h~s wages a~van d from [0 cents aa hour (o 12cents. Each monl.h he ,~+~t money home. The USS Burner was Ted's ride home. It took [0 days from the time 1J~y left Germ~my to n~ach New York, where he saw the Statute of Liberty, The troops were taken to Ft. Knox Kent~'ky, and duee or roar days ~aler on Aprt~ 24. 1955.Ted wasou his way home. ba ~ to Esbon, on a bus. '+l ]eft home with a silver dollas and canw home with that same silver dol- lar + s++id "Fed. Since 1955,Ted hasH' t been incon. tact with many others 1hal ,serv~ at the same lime at bc did. "Then: was a gentleman by the name of Harold Sage. Dover, Kan that I met during be~ic. 1 haw seen him just a few times since we were discharged." said Ted. Two years ago Ted went on an Honor Right m Washington, D.C. "-'rh=s flight meant a lo~ to meand 1 woald recommend everyone who has been in the service take this flight if given the opportunity." said Ted. CorreeUon It ]~as been reported in captions several limes the pholo is of Aaron i JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A Annual celebration of Orphan Train riders is june 2-4 The Nallonal Orphan 'J'ram Com- plex will hosl the 14th atmuai celehra- tkm of Orphan I tam nder~ lane 2 throagh lime4 in Conc~ndia. Thecom- ple~ it lt~ated at :~ll) Washingtutt StreeL Registratimz for a,~yone wi.qh- ing to participate m the entire ~hree- day evenl is open thrm,gh l',erday by contacting Curator Shatey Georg . For tho~ wishing m atte,~l only pan orthe weekend.allevent~ ~-hedt,ledaret~pcn to the public for a f~J will donali0n. A sneak p~k of Ore tleWCSl [el~po- rary exhibit. "Embracing Legacy,'" during a husine+,s after hours event on lane 2 al 7 p-m- will kickoff the annual celebration At this exhibit, visilors will learn aboa ~ the Orphan Train Heri- tage Society of America, 1he founding institutio~L "lhmugh OTHSA. riders and descendanlh we~ encouraged to embrace their ideality as a member of 1he Orphan T~ain movement Refresh- meats will be served. June 3 begins with the welcome al 9:30 a.m. G+llowcd by h unv+,lin+ of The Legend Train Car, h~+ imwe+t [~r- mal~nt exhibil on the grounds of the National Orphan Train Complex A presentation on the colorful life of the t~aincar will be hosted hy tl~e cantor al 10;30 am. After hmch, gansa~ H man+tie~ Council .'q~aker SaIa Jane Richter will share +'Dressing h~r Suc- ,:ess. Vicloria~ Style.'" t11e ~ei~m~ Madly Dunstan, A.P.R.N. DJanne ~ramer, AIP,R.N. B~an Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute [npotient corn, Swing beds, Outpotient core, PedJolrics, Hospice. Crestvue Cottoge Aportmenls, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Loborotory. Digitol r~odiology. EKES, CT ~COt35, MRIs, HoJter Monitoring, Slress Testing, VeT~ouS Corotid DopDrer Shjdies, Echocordiogrom~ Annuol Heolth Foir Porticiponl. Women's Heolth Clinic and Kon Be Heatt~y Clinic Rehobilitation Diob~lic Eductofion+ Physicol Theropy, Speech Theropy, Occupaliona~ Theropy Jewell County Hospltat - Providing o blandly, cadng environment Searing our paffents and community Jewe]~ County F~utal Healf~ Click=c- ~ Je~JI County Hospifal ]02 ~oLjth C~nt~+~. Monkc]to KQn 66956 ~ 100 Creslvue, MonRoto. Kon 66@56 ,r ~85-3 ~8-351 ~ 78,%378-3137