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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ]'r,~r 5 ]ay Mt~, 2"~ 21~1'~ Esbon Class of 1966 Joe Howard Sharon Ch eryl Catlawa Flavi n Hancock k' Ji m E aden e Roger Red ney Ruperl Silsby Skelly Standley .seen any of them for years are Glen Bar~ley and David Miller, Last Saturday, the Village Care was Esbon Ry G]enna Fated [ wa~ pie a.v 'd with ~.asl week's Jewel l County Record. My May 5 items were finally printed along with the more recent news .f Esbt)n. Then also Ihere were the Odessa Homemakers item- that ] had written, but were placed on a differenl page. Hope you found all of them. I ,to want to make a carrot,ion. My mistake, The Rural Route ]3 1 race ,+'as a I-umlrai~r to t'm u ~J for the 7 achnot Josh KiN~lcr ~l~]ar~hipfund. USDA commodities were di~triF uteri last Wedne,~ay. Ray Mi2.ner and John F~t dr~+ve to Belkeville that morning t~ pick Ihem up. At the c~;rn- inanity cell.let l<:, help unload w ~ Jim RL'ed, Ana.stas~a. V ictori a and V alcncia Willitts. I n the a(icmt~tm.Diane Henrj', lone Shiplt'y aud Li|a l:rost handled the d,~trlhutnon. Items were g~ eN beans, orange juice, canned potak~es, raisins, pinto b :an~, ca q.ned red salmon and i'rovcn chicken quarlers. Thi~ pzt ,jt=,Ct prt+videx ,se~wices to all Im-'~oa~ WithOUt reparrJs |q;. i~ e. C{ilor, national ortgtlt, a~e. ~cx =~t dr, ahil~.ty. Arkansa~ htmter~ wh{~ have the pr~q~'rty across Ihe slrect front Dwight [-=o~! in their big travel trailer m',ule an o~,ernight slay here this past week. [.ast Tue.',;d.ay, "l'y[er Brot'ck lman travelc~d by plane t~ Bt~ton. Mass where he had scan~ plu~ one of his regular Irealments. He ft.=turned to Kan- sas ('it)' "[-hur~day Walter Wdlitt,' ~l,ter, Bonnie. anti isu~hancl. LaFrv Small. came la~l Wedtt~-'~,dav trt~nn L'learl.'tke, Io~.a. no JIl'~ii l tIt.t.' ~I|LL' Wllhn~ v, edtllng Sat- ~rtla) ['~t~ ~. I~ tld/i Lq|~ ~i rL'un~A:il hTI th+.'ir 55th am~e=,ar~ lllc e%el'=l ~L[I l',e ill the t:~,~ Unlicd Methoth.~t Chur~'h base- ,lent. Two of the Iorm~ classmales who ha~,'e senl word they are c~ming l~r the t',t.'ca~ton mid thai they hadn't closed as the WilliltSes were busy with a son' wL*ddittg, which was that same day. To attend ant+liter son's ~zrad~a. lion in Michigan. the care will af~ be cLosed during that time. Last WL-V Inesclay, a tree trimming Iruek was seen driving around lawN- "rhur~day it was back. bul that day they were al work oil Ireus tm north Grand. presumably tt~ t[eat timhr, a~'ay from ~+wer or lelephone I~les. Sal urday a fie m(~m al Trinit) United, Metht,dist ('hurch m lowell "~0~)gue.sts arrived a '~ Jessica Stice and Walter Willitts ][ repeated their wedding vow before Pastor Jt, n Harkne.s.s, Nor~hbranch. ~,'ith Pastor Jim Rice, Jewell. a-~i~ltng Anastasia, Victoria, .~=,lr,ck and Drakelan,d WiTiitts ~ ete all attendants. [Viol Wil]iit~ ~,er~,'ed as an user with Valencia Willitts being the hride'.~ a ',s.~tanI When the minis+ tcr ~,;ked, if anyone thought the ~upl~" should not be wed. Levi Wilhlts did his act oF protexling ']'he tecepti+~n for the newlywed~ was held in the Mankato Cotrmtunity Center. The dinne'r, ca- feted b)' Todd B radrick. Sinilh Center, ~'as serv~.~ al the Mankato Commu- nity COllier. followed, by tl"~ da~'c with music provided by the Yernant~e/ D.J.s, being held. -l~e yogng couple will he a~ home ~rl B~,lrr Oak as they headquatl~ from t heir jobs as Wally is a truck driver and Jcssica an LPN. Although the Village care h~-, al- ~,'ays been the cenler of activity on Memorial v,'~.~kct~ds th|.~ year will be d, fferent. Aciivllie~ will be moved ;icr~;s Ihe strt=~-I ~1 meals wit| be el~. ~,hcre. This and other papers have had d~.t~, ;.IF~ ~tit where and wlncn yt~u will he ,jhl IL~ |2;1| in i'F|ir 1~;'~9,11. bill 1 aJ13 gOilt~ Io repeat them ~ you all ca~lt help hL|t know whereto been whal dab' ,~r nc]c hi Saturday morning there w~ll ~ I~l', L'U+.t.'+ and. gravy -/a,m. 0 $(| ~,tn. at the Community Center, Tl~e C.[~mlI'Lu~III't. / Wendell Lewis We will not be open Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day 107 S. Commoreia~, Mankato. Ken. 66956 785-378-3222 I Sandra Nobel Patty Watson Alliance will ha'~e those. Saturday ~otm there will be ~pagheui, garlic bread and salad at Sam's. open al,I a.m. Sunday morning starting at 7 a.m- The Alti~mce will have homemade cinna- Nzonroltsandcoffeeat theCommunity Center At the same location that day they will have a noon huffet featuring chicken and noodles, haul and bak~'~l ,leak. M,~nday morncn~ the altar ~t'i- ely of the ('atholie church will have homemade cinnamon rotl~ and eoItee available at 7 am-, with their noon buffet specialities t'~ein~ ham and ~al- loped pt:tatae beet, homemade bread andat] Io gowith theu~. Mamtaysmeals will al.~+ be al the center- l'n tile eve- nines, Sam" s a~ways t~as tacos fox' you on Thursday ~ights and various olher f~vJ on Friday and Saturday Nights "Come Thou Ah'~ighty King.~" "I-rinity Sunday blew in this morn- trig as the Eb,'~;lt United Melht~isl c~mgr~.'gat,on gathered tt+r ,crv~ccs, l ~rry McNahb was al the tlt~t~ to ~reet ea~.'h ei~trant. Wa~lda Thummel a~td lanet Kriley were the musicians play- ing ,as Ihe acolytes. Lily and Claire Walker, assisted'by theLr mtflh r. Built. and Pastor Gerry Sharp+ enlered the saNctuarF. l-~e calldles were later ex- tinguished by the girls with the help of their cllUSillS, Derreck and Jetted Gillett. when church v as over. [nstead ofa speci a].the slatus tlf ~ott Marih ugh was discussed. During children's church. Pastor talked to the children ah(,ut whal each color may stand for, ~ueh as bla 'k for death, red for bloo I, white for purity, yellow fl)r honor~ and green for growth. Guests this morning were Claim and Mary Slou.n. Pastier Gerry read verses t'~om Jt~hn 16 t ~ hi', ~criplure and called h~s ~rlmm "True Gt~J.'" GOd can he thought of in various ways. Some would "t',e GceJ of love. (;~P.J Ih '~[~ll. (-;t~d the ',un tullot lo~c t>r (i~,'~d ()LIT I:ather. He m:~tle as w}lat we arc. (;tg.~ ],"~L'~.'am h~,man as itlie Of US hen Ire sent Je~,s as his gift to us. We do thinkolJesus a s oneofus. The Holy r]]atlef ',r,~'|t~- ,tll ~hil.[ ~'g rife 'l~ t" It|&% ~a~r d~iler~l~t firth or prints ~,r DNA ~,~tt ~. ate ;~kL ~311 . L;,ule Undtrrv,~p~'M d~l~,ted itl ~ct,lng Cil:[nntLL~t~.M'l. The elen)ent~, had been prepase0 hi Deanna Uz~derw~rd. F~llowing church this congregation ~,eat to lhe Catholic ch.urch. ~,here fellowship wa~ hekl with friends at that chtwch. "'Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Al- mighty.'" 1 had heard by wa'~ ot-the rue'tar l'0ll[, but you know how milch you can believe thaL. h'tll this week l talked to Dewey Ul~derwood and now I krlow for ,~ure that he and R|.II]! [l~,'e nt(+ved hmme. They are no~, in their new honse at the' l'aml. Yt+u wdl all relnelnl~r when a di.~-~ter struck m the form of a tomad~+ and destroyed their p~viou.~ house. Dewey said there I'~ ~li t[ work 10 be done on the new t~r~e hUl thai can come a.~ times allow C