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r RECORD Thursday, June 12, 2003 teams on board relay of life American Can- Relay for Life in Jewell Friday evening at 7 continues until Saturday with closing ceremonies a.m. The relay will at the Mankato High School 12 teams whose members have for the relay are listed name of the chairperson: Sarah Ortman; Junior Liggett; Leasure Ladies, Jewell Chamber, Lois The Pit Crew, Lorieta Senior Class, Brandy The Luthers, Autumn FFA, Sammy Roush; Man- Vickie Showers and Kris Burr Oak Shamrocks and Jami Underwood. promises entertain- friends and an opportunity the survivors as they take ) Friday night after the ceremonies. includes an J and guest speaker and the Family-Survivor Lap Lap. There will be provided for those needing on the track. are several musical acts to take place on the le stage at 7:30 p.m. includ- United Methodist Church Choir, The Good Times Quar- tet, a flute duet by Karla and Amanda Fleming and Judy Donley entertaining with her fiddle. Throughout the evening there will be games, cake walks, face painting and other activities. The Mankato Vol- unteer Fire Fighters will operate a food stand with proceeds going to the Ameri- can Cancer Society. At 10 p.m. the reading of the lumi- naries will take place followed by a lap of silence to remember and honor. Brenda Flinn, DJ, will provide mu- sic for a dance from 11:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.. The remainder of the event includes games and races for all team members throughout the night. A Parade of Little Red Wagon Floats will take place in front of the grand- stand and a "Traveling Trophy" will be awarded to the team with the best theme or float. There will also be campsite awards given out. Alan and Elaine Smith will be on had to sign golfers up for a His and Hers Relay for Life Golf Tournament at Mankato Golf Course July 12. "If you are a survivor, come and help us celebrate with you and as a friend or family member, join us under the stars as we celebrate survivors, remember friends and loved ones and raise money for the fight against can- cer," said Audra Berry, event planner. , Alvin Petersen Central Kansas Library Ser- left 148 books for youth books and 19 audio bookmobile will be back two months. Stafford and Virginia attended 7-Up Club at the Swartz. From Scandia, Minnie Cardwell, Lena Bernice Thompson and Brown is home for the With her parents, Mark and guests of Bob and Shirley Jake and Belinda Myers, r Vincent, Matt Jim Gunn, Marie and Betty Tudor, Phoenix, and Bradley Burris. lk her was a week-end guest IParn Schmits, Wichita, and meet in which participated. Also at- Leo, Sheila, Kameron landing. Kameron stayed the Clay Aurand family and Josh Germer, of the Dale Baxas Kauer, Cuba. Mae Sandell were supper and Dorothy Sandell and Gilstrap and Ruth In tile evening, the Sandells and Marjorie Stafford. 1953, at Hubbell at the home of Joan Eggers. All living ~re pr sent. reuex was a guest this hast > and Vera Burge. " I Deanna Hobelmann and ke were in Minnesota to Paper Cartridges Cabinets Stamps Express :) 402-879-3191 attend the graduation exercises for their niece, Allison Hoops, from Heritage Christian Academy. They visited La Van and Fern Bohling while there. They stayed two nights with the Matt Hobelman family. Donna Noble stayed the past week in Chicago with Ray, Chris, Claire and Ben Urchell. Betty, Klay and DillonBouray went on the 4-H tour to exhibit members' projects. Jodi and Conrad Hoffman hosted a surprise birthday party honoring Flo- rence Elliott. Guests attending were Betty and Estaline Bouray, Ila Swartz, Bonnie Elliott; Vida Boman, Phyllis Hofts, Shirley Johnson, Bernice Fintel, Virginia Petersen, Josie Simms, Patty l'homas, Chick Gunn. Jean Charles, Mae Sandell, Marilynn Birrell, Carrie Anderson, Jennifer Isaacson, Dillon Bouray, Chase Elliott and Stevie Latham. Ilene Aurand and Liz Kaldahl went to Salina. Weekend visitors of Clarence and Joyce Beam were Don and Kristi Beam, Albuquerque, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson attended the Kansas West Ar~h~al Conference at the Bi-Centennial Complex. Mrs. Johnson was lay delegate for the Re- public United Methodist Church. The 8-12 Bridge Club met at the home of Ila Marie VanNortwick. Darlene Jensen was an extra guest The next meeting will be July 1 with Joyce Beam. Mankato DID YOU KNOW? Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen and Scott and Pamela Mueller, Jordyn, Madison and Rylie, Norfolk, Neb., visited Wray and Beverly Alexander, Kaylee and Landon, Long Wood, Fla. Anna Walton-Standley's mother, Joan Morgan, her brother, Tim Mor- gan and his three daughters, all of West Moore, England, are here visiting. They came to attend the Walton-Cromwell wedding. After the wedding Tim and daughters went to Orlando, Fla., to visit Disney World. Anna will take her mother to Kansas City next week where they will meet Tim and daughters to return to England. Alison Noller, Hays, visited her parents Jerry and Alice Kinsey. She participated as a chaperon at the junior miss program. Nathan Lange, Wichita, visited Chet and Virginia Hanson. Lee Simon celebrated his 14th birth- day Sunday at the home of his parents, Ron and Carole Simon, Linsey, Lucas and Latisha. Guests were his grand- parents Jack and Jennie Blair and Lorraine Simon and Verla Houser and Erin Kelley, Beloit. The eighth annual Freeman family reunion was Thursday through S unday at Lovewell Lake. Those attending were Rex and Thelma Freeman; James Freeman, Orlando, Fla.; Max and Judy Freeman and Tyne, Belleville; Dale and Joanne Freeman; Bob and Deanna Freeman; Jim and Lisa Freeman, J.T. and Kristin, Todd and Janelle Staats, Brandon and Brooklyn, Jennifer Free- man, Austin and Madalyn, all of Gar- den City; Jeff and Becky Freeman, Kyle and Jaegan, Kansas City; Seth Freeman, Manhattan; Mike and Kathy Freeman, Jessica and Devon, Corey Freeman, Adam Freeman and Jessica Behrends, all of Salina; Bobi Freeman Jewell County Friendship Meals m., and Samantha; Twila Means; Sharon Tullar and Charlotte Murray. Horse- shoes, softball, free fishing, campfires and visiting were on the agenda. Hosts were Jeff and Becky Freeman. Janis McDill was hostess for sev- eral members of her family who were here to attend the wedding of her son, Landon McDill, to Amy Zadina May 31 at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mankato. Janis also hosted a brunch June 1 in honor of Landon and Amy. Family members attending the wed- ding from out of town were Bill and Betty Bailey, Oak Bluffs, Maine; Starla McQuade, Lakewood, Colo.; Misty Cannon and sons, Tyler and Hayden, and Misty's fiance, Derek Stewart, all of Lakewood, Colo.; Gaylen and Beverly Randolph, Len and Kathy Randolph and daughter Katie, all of Jennings; Lance Randolph, Denver, Colo.; Dustin and Amy Walker and son Jackson, Hays; Dr. Delvin and Barbara Randolph, Dr. Debra Randolph, Dr. Scott and Kristin Randolph and children, Harrison and Addyson, all of Sterling. Eunice Hughes received word Sun- day of the death of a cousin, Edna (Spillman) Healey, Calahan, Colo. Janis McDill, Dona Vrbas, Stuart and Nickia Vance, Tyson and Amanda Vrbas, Landon and Amy McDill, were in Kansas City of June 7 to attend the wedding of Donovan Walton and MonicaCromwell. Landon andTyson were members of the wedding party. Leah, Jacob and Matthew Pletcher, Mandeville, La., are Visiting at the home of John and Karen Ross while Eric is fishing with his father in Alaska. 1943 MHS Class gathers for reunion Members of the 1943 graduating class from Mankato High School gath- ered May 20 in Mankato to celebrate their 60th class reunion. Those present were Beverly (Hale) Beardmore, Overland-Park; Bob Mooney, Richfield, Minn.; KIbert June 16 through June 20"-'-- Musgrove, Peorm, Ili.; Bob Weaverling Monday: Meatloaf, scalloped pota- and wife, Doris, Springs Village, Ark.; toes, peas, wheat bread, peaches. Tuesday: Tator tot casserole, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, wheat roll, strawberry banana gelatin. Wednesday: Roast pork, gravy, mashed potatoes, peas and onions, wheat roll, chocolate orange cake. Thursday: Mom's turkey casserole, broccoli Normandy, wheat bread, Ara- bian apricot salad. Friday: Steak ranchero, potato salad, beets in orange sauce, oatmeal muffin, rice custard. Meals delivered by Rebecca Circle. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. Opal (Newlin) Buster, McPherson; Howard Herrmann and wife, Martha; Jerry Bales, his son, Scott, and a friend, Prairie Village; Beth (Ferguson) Tyler and husband, Alva; Roma Grout, Alberta Diamond and Alice Weltmer, whose husbands were members of the graduating class. Letters and e-mails were read by Beardmore. Most of the group met again for lunch, with Max Beam joining them. Of the 40 graduates, 19 are known to be deceased and one hasn't been located. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Harris wins 1A state pole vault title Mankato's JennaLee Harrris cleared the bar at 10' 1" at the state track meet in Wichita May 30 and won the I st- place gold medal in 1A competition. Harris set a new school record. Meghan Wame placed 12th in the 1600 meter on May 3 I. Ashley Lienberger, Jewell High School participated in the state track meet in the triple jump and went 33' 8" but did not place. JennaLee Harris, a sophomore at Mankato High School, won the the 1st-place gold in the 1A pole vault at the state track meet in Wichita May 30 with a vault of 10' 1". Harris 10' 1" was 17" higher than the 2nd place contestant's vault. As a freshman, Harris placed 5th at state and had a personal best vault her freshman year of 9'. Harris has won 1st place at all the meets this year in the pole vault. Blair receives sports medicine award Dr. Steven N. Blair, Dallas, Texas, received the honor award recently at the American College of Sports Medi- cine. This is the highest award given by the ACSM and only one award is given each year. He received the award at the 50th afinual meeting in San Francisco, Calif. Blair is a graduate of Lovewell High School and the son of Wilma Blair, Blue Hill, Neb., and the late Bernard S. Blair. Marjo Kort, Blue Hill, is his sister. He has two other brothers, Aaron Blair, Gaithersburg, Md., and Brad Blair, Omaha, Neb. Home Interior Displayer ,,,, Lori Carter ., 521 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3752 Call to book a show! Summer kick-off sales going on now!!! Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Je Nae and Andrea Kort, Randolph, Neb., Theresa, Brandon and Garrett Watters, Winside. Neb. Spe- cial music was by Gerald Boyles who played his guitar and sang several hymns. Ushers were Basil Johnson and Bill Blauvelt. Callers on Robert Harvey were Rex Headrick, Jewell, Ron Simon and Dewayne Stroup, Mankato, and Roger Roe. Robert is able to drive his car now since his recent illness. He attended the worship service at the Webber United Methodist Church, Sunday. Friday morning breakfast guests of Gerald Boyles at a Superior cafe were Dusty, Nikki, Colton and Stevie Marie May, Superior. Norma lmler, Juniata, was a week- end guest of Jim and Marlene Stone. Saturday evening supper guests in the home of Harold and Lorna Wilton were Bruce and Angle Rindahl, Den- ver, Clarence and Ila Wilton, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Superior. Melissa, Matt, Harley and Wyatt Schuster went to Topeka Friday. Sat, urday they attended the wedding of Melanie Bean and Anthony Lira in Scranton and the reception in Topeka. Melissa was a bridesmaid and Harley was flower girl. Melanie and Melissa are sisters. Dennis Dye, Hebron, called on his mother, Vera Dye, several times last week. Walker Erick was a Saturday and Saturday overnight guest of Clay Henderson at the home of his parents, Seth and Jennifer Henderson, near Superior. Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Zelda Schuster had dinner at a Superior cafe and visited later in Zelda's home. Twila and Tonya Cool went to McCool Junction where they celebrated the birthdays of Stan and Carla Green a~ad attended a Green family reunion. Stan Green, son-in-law of Twila, will have kidney surgery. His brother, Marty Green, Texas, will give a kidney to Stan. Sunday Marlene Stone, Norton Imler, Juniata, Gary, Chris, Susan, Jen- nifer and Ray Bryant attended the Miller family reunion, Formoso. Cleo Hiltgen, Mankato, called at the home of Gerald and Jacqucline Boylcs. Laccy and Miranda Ward were S un- day overnight and Monday guests in the Hasemeyer home. Sunday evening, ltarold and Lorna Wilton attended the First Baptist Church picnic in the Superior City Park. Kenny and Margaret Cool, Geneva, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Twila Cool. Dee Ross was a houseguest for one week in the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Ruth and Larry Hale, Juniata. She fell and it~jured her shoul- der, so she sta~ed in their home while convalesing. Callers in the Hasemeyer home were Gloria Havens, Linda Hutchinson, Gary Holling, Jo Ann and John Rogers. Janice, Rodney, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson On the go The next ti me you' re hurryi ng some- where with your child, stop, take a breath and spend a few seconds enjoy- ing the outdoors together. Hold your baby or toddler in your arms and let him touch thing-- evergreen needles, a brick wall, tree bark, grass, ~I window, and a flower. All you need is a roll of masking tape Make an indoor hopscotch game with masking tape on the floor. Tape squares on the floor tbr dolls' rooms. Use small boxes or blocks for furni- ture. Make masking tape roads for toy cars and trucks. Tape a long lirie for balancing on or jumping over. Show the child how to play "touch the line" by having him t)r her touch an elbow, knee or other extremity, to the line. Be sure to pull masking tape up alter a day or so it you use it on a tile or linoleum floor. It can be dif[icult to remove otherwise. Tips are from "The Well-Centered Child". When somone asks you a question you don't want to answer, smile anti ask, "Why do you want to know?" NOTICE Please remove flower arrangements and containers, that you wish to keep, from the Randall Cemetery by SATURDAY, JUNE 14. Thank you, , City of Randa!l DIABETICS Self Contained Strips Elimirmms Need to Cmxy Strips Supplies are Medicare and Insurance Covered No Up Front Costs No Patwrw~k II Pill A'II A I I &BIPB & it, ...... FREE D~Y TO YOUR HOME I glllll I!11111 fllllal ,nnII CALLTHEO~GIN.ad[,DTM~F..TICSHOTLINE , I t'llPrfllUfl flUl.lllllll 1-800-785-3636 All flowers, wreaths and decorative ~ rocks need to be picked up by J Illl ~''']b -"' IIillI SUNDAY, JUNE 15 IJ* "11 m ~haler? /"~~--'~~. ,1,,m _ ~, ., w _x-~ml~Z_ ~ m.. Ilnow about * .... ** 1, at the ,rtable \ lneawah Esbon and Prairie Home Cemeteries - w~'. .. . .-"" , I offer! ..Superior Auction House** Cemetery Board Vernon Grummert Estate Auction Lila Frasier of Blue Hill, Neb. andothers Thursday, June 19o 1 p.m.I National Bank Offers Housing Loans Check out our competitive rates and long-term financing on purchases and refinances Home Euuity Line of Credit Can fina;Tce up to 90 percent of equity with minima/c/osing costs. US AT MANKATO OR BELOIT. FOR A RATE QUOTE! 208 E. South Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3162 120 E. Main Beloit; Kan. 785-738-4044 East edge of Superior, Nebraska on Hwy 8 Open for Deliveries: 10 am-4pm~June15 thru June 18 * Indoor facility * Seating available * Easy parking * Lunch stand EARLY LISTINGS: TRACTOR & MACHINERY: CLARK 1000 electric fork lift with 110 charger. 3-point tiller. (6pm) VEHICLES: 27-foot Terry travel trailer. (6 pro) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Old sterling silver thimble.,1960s Beatles collector cards. Souvenir spoon collection, 67 pieces. Old coins, thimble. Two lamp tables. Flower stand. Treadle sewing machine. Two night stands. Two organ stools, glass ball feet. Two Queen Anne-leg upholstered side chairs, Queen Anne-leg plant table. Homer Laughlin china set. Noritake dishes. Occupied Japan )ieces. Blue and white tea set. Small celluloid and plastic dolls. Souvenir doll collection. Marionettes. Swedish toy car garage. Cake stand. Water pitchers. Fox print. Hall vase. Francoma dishes. Aunt Jemima salt and pepper. McCoy and other Cookie jars. Pedestal Cake stand, gold trim. Watermelon bowl. Ceiling fan, old! HOUSEHOLD: Kenmore washer and dryer. Coloric electric stove. Small deep freeze. Whirlpool air conditioner. Book shelves. wardrobe. Bedroom sets. Box spring and mattresses. Dressers. Chest of drawers. Table and chairs. Sofas and-hide-a-bed. Occasional chairs. LaZyBoy chairs. Floorstand lamps. Large metal office desk. Fireproof file cabinet. Kneehole desk. Kitchen utensils. Pots and ~ans. Microwave ovens. Blankets. Pillows. Linens. LARGE SELECTION OF FURNITUREI ANIMALS: Baby Llama, 5 months. 13 Baby rabbits. OTHER: 1970 Honda trail motorcycle, Model 70, green, restored. Honda HS35 snow blower. 6.50HO Yardman lawnmower. Four auto paint room ights. Table saw. Hand tools. Gardentools. Garden hose. Harness. Cream separator. Tool box for pick-up. (Seven trailer loads of household goods, primitives and antiques selling outside first! ) COME EARLYtt STAY LATE!!! MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED, MORE COMING IN DAILY! ***Cosign early to be advertised!*** * Any announcements made the day of sale take precedence over any other written matter. INFORMATION: LISTINGS, APPOINTMENTS & PICK UPS: Larry McCord Bob Danehey, auctioneer 402-879-3082 402-756-4276 With answering machines Howard Parish & Dale Uhrmacher, assisting. iiii It's not what it costs, it's what it SAVES/ Universi~ stuales show that bales left uncovered deterlorate f~om Z6,87~ to 24,10% in a year's time. t Based on a conservative cost of hay at $40 per ton, over o 15 yr, expected life span at a hoop shelter: A 36' x 100' hoop (holds approx. 360 round 5' bales) can save $23,828. A 42' x 100' hoop (holds approx, 420 round 5' bales) (;;on save $35.563, A 56' x 100' hoop (holds approx, 540 round 5' bales) can sow $52.080. shelters save the nutrient value of' L