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Creese McMillian, Randall, Alene Gene Clark visited Joyce y and Becky Huber Travis, Tycen and Robert and Ada Nancy Howell and Gloria ' to Thursday guests of Bill Smith were Hank Smith, Colo., and Mary Jane and Jay, LaJuanta, Colo. and Louise Field visited b Boyer and Ralph Spiegel at , Free took Bob and Samantha to supper to celebrate Bob and wedding anniversary. Mrs. Gabe DeJong Fla. and Jodi Free and Anika, Thursday to Saturday and Shirley Free. Holmes, Hesston, was a of Forrest Dempsey. visitors of Brad Keeler Concordia, and Nel- Mankato. piegel, Zack and. Mark and Karla Fleming, and Kyle, and Don and ms, attended the Wee Pee at Concordia played on the team. and Elaine Clark attended the at Mankato Saturday af- Alvin Petersen and Misti Maria, Wichita, and Evelyn McClure sev- and helped him celebrate and diets Hobson attended tgs and vis- the Hobsons were Bill and St. Louis, and Adah Aurand returned from two Ankeny, Iowa, where she acquainted with the new Morgan Taylor daughter of Jim and dana Petersen celebrated her with breakfast at the farm with James, Carol aring the day were Shirley Gunn, Carrie and Josie Simms. In the irginia, Marge Seybold and had a cafe supper to Hoops hosted a surprise ;upper honoring. Marge were the Mike Hoops and Charlene Hoops, Marvin and Judy Curran, and Norms Hoops, Hoops, Kansas City, the family and friend Jes- J. D. and Sonya Sooter, and Josie Simms. and Ilene Aurand visited :and Donna Marr, Webber, and Mable Eitzmann. visited his mother, Chick and Deanna Hobelmann at- tannual conference of the Lutheran Congre- irookings, ;.D. Dean was an on Evange- and Mac Sandell visited Frank Vic Ander- called on Pat and Dorothy and were coffee ItheMark guests of Melanie and Fathers' Day. Miranda s adinner guest of her grand- • ,~ and Glenaa. s of Bob and ~¢era Burge were Paul and dana Cb.age. visited in Beloit with the Phyllis Hurd was a Saturday after- noon visitor of Don and NormaBargen, Nora. Bev Hall, Courtland, Rita Allen and Kay Zimmer visited their niece, Renee Whitley, Saturday afternoon at the home of Duane and Norma Nelson, Jamestown. Renee had surgery at Salina on Tuesday. Jeff and Brenda Koster were Satur- day overnight guests of Dave and Rhonda Petty, Hayley, Josh and Lindsey, at Kinsley. Joe and Amanda Brown and Trystan were Sunday visitors of Scott and Natosha Beach and Evan, Lyons. Also present were Darin and Tins Johnson and Tanya, Sterling. They celebrated Natosha's birthday. Jay and Marlene Kent, Jewell, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Edna Engle. Vera Reed, Jack and Nancy Higbee, Richard and Sue Nelson, Michael Higbee and Jeannea Higbee of Scan- din, were Sunday evening visitors of Jcremie and Christel Nelson, McCaela, Cheyenne, Josie and Jackie, Court- land. They celebrated Cheyenne's sixth birthday. Sunday evening Dennis and Judy Appleby and Dan and Lynn Dempsey were guests of Darrell and Jean Michael, Lovewell Lake for a fish fry. The Formoso Community Church will sponsor Bible School July 7-11 from 9 to 11:30 each day for three - year olds through sixth grade• A pro- gram will be presented Friday evening. Justin Emmet family. Guests for ice cream and cake at the Howard Millers were Glenn and Phyllis Hefts, Josie Simms, Florence Elliott and Lena and Iiliff Banks. On Fathers' Day, Glenn andPhyllis Hefts, Mike and Jffmie Wolley and Terran and Tins Wolley visited Roll- ing Hills near Salina. Evening visitors of the Glenn Hefts were Ernest and Darlene Wiedel, Hebron. Dean and Deanna Hobelmann were in Smith Center for Alex's ballgame and in Kensington for Alyssa's ballgame. Virginia Petersen accompanied Carol Levendofsky, Kay Rieke, Grace and Daniel to Manhattan and visited Scott Levendofsky. Max and Phyllis Thayer visited Vic and Glenna Brown. Marilyn Milleson, Wichita, was a weekend guest of her parents, Merlyn and Jean Farley. Dinner guests were the Verlyn Farlees. Guests of the Clay Aurands were Larry and S ondra Germer ahd Josh and Lowell Cornelius. '~, Vida Boman and Pare Schmit, Wichita, stayed several days in Hays with Barbara Hurley. Vida was a Fa- thers' Day dinner guest of Paul and Vickie Osborne. Bentley and Karen Hurley spent Water inundates and surrounds vehicles in the back yard of the Dennis Swanson residence, Courtland. Rain amounts ranged from 4 to 13 inches in northeast Jewell county and northwest Republic county. (Photo courtesy of the Courtland Journal). Randall By Fawna Barrett Wheat harvest has started in this area. Just two more weeks of summer reading at the Randall Library. It's not too late to bring the children for this fun time with Amy Topliff and others• Nevada Vetter, Leota Clawson and Alice Kadel played bridge with Freda Denio at Cheyenne Lodge. Mike, Jill and Caleb Ramsey met Chad Ramsey, Jenny, Briana, Corbin and Marshall in Salina for lunch and an afternoon at Rolling Hills Zoo for. Corbin's birthday. Dean Berneking, Junction City, spent Friday and Saturday with Barb McMillan. Allene Spielman had Fri- day supper with them. Sunday, the McMillans took Allene Spielman on a afternoon drive to Lovewell Lake. Gordon Kibbe made a business trip to California and returned night. Several from the area attended the Salina Community Theater last week. A number from the communities at- tended one or more of the Mid-AmeriCa Youth basketball games in Randall and Beloit over the weekend• Shelby Barrett, Brock McMillan and Cooper Wilson are among the players from this district• Doris Abram is recovering from a recent illness• Supper guests of Mark and Bob Shelton were David DeLeon and Vonda Johnson• Cindy DeLeon was spending a few days'in Hutchinson filling in at the office where she was formerly employed• Dick Shelton visited his brother; Botyand Mary': ...... Celia MeMillarlu~-ad Bill Elniff called on Charley and Roberts Holdren. Gene and Fawna Barrett met Natalie Wood in Lindsborg Wednesday to go to Wichita• They spent the afternoon with Kelsie and Haley Barrett, That evening, Ferris, Susan and girls, Bruce area of Colorado. They attended the Sheahan family reunion at Loveland. Phyllis and Junior Wilson were Saturday overnight guests of his sister, Donna Stewart, Grand IsJand, Neb. Sunday was the Wilson reunion at Moorman Island, which all attended• Ill Panorama By Fawna Barrett Ill U Summer has arrived and brought a bag of hot, windy weather to toss across the plains. Occasional cloud cover brings slight relief from the humid heat, though the wind pounds, whistles and groans around obstructions in its way. _ Traffic patterns changed ri~-om only cars, pickups ~nd semis with the addi- tion of large tarped trucks, restless combines and tractors pulling grain carts. Trucks are peak-loaded with the wheat or scurrying back to the field as harvest picks up momentum. Elevator crews snap to attention, tending to the harvested grain, testing for moisture, weight, defining owner- ship and dumping the load/ts quickly and efficiently as possible. Trucks, both the filled anti the empty, weave to the scales systemati- cally. Semis join the harvest pattern as they load the grain to take to larger terminals. Drivers need to be attentive during these extremely busy times. Trucks cannot stop withjn~a shpg d.jst~_ce.: Give them a break witll~lenty of space for the safety of all. It' s a magical time! It' s a term used many times before and yet it fits these early days of summer in rural America• Be the first to forgive. Students receive honors at K-State Kansas State University announces names of 1,648 who were honored for outstanding academic performance during the spring semester• K-State also awarded graduation honors to 199 students for outstanding academic per- formance in undergraduate course work at K-State. Semester honors,went to Emily Diehl, Burr Oak; Rachel Schwerman and Cole Taylor, Jewell; Jennifer Har- ris, Mankato; Crystal Behrends, Erica Lindberg and Shawn Peterson, Court- land; and Edward K. Larson, Scandia. Graduation honors were earned by Jennifer Lindberg, cum laude, B.S. in family studies and human services, Courtland; Joshua Roe, cum laude, B.S. in agriculture, Republic; Edward K. Larson, summa cum laude, B.S. in biological and agricultural engineer- ing, Scandia; and Rachel. Schwerman, Jewell, magna cum laude, B.S. in busi- ness administration. Locals graduate from Cloud Corm. ty Cloud County Community College celebrated its 37th graduating class in May with 259 candidates for gradua- tion, including 53 honor graduates. Local graduates are Cheryl Nevins, Justin Schoonover, both of Mankato; Kelli Cady and Annete Burks, Jewell; Julie Eggers, Lebanon; LisaWhitten, Guide Rock, Neb.; Jami Nelson, Stephen Russell, and Anne Elizabeth Sandell, Courtland; and Drew Meyer, Superior. Cloud County sponsors workshop A workskop enfiLl~,In Search of Health in the 21 st Cgntury: A Realistic Plan," is scheduled ]ruly9 and 10 from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. at the Washington Law Enforcement Building. The workshop, instructed by Jan Dryer, LPN, MS Natural Health, offers eight contact hours and one-half college credit. ~ JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 26, 2003 II I Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship hour at the Olive Hill Church were Darin Garman and Bekki White, Salina. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Dwight Frost. Bupha Slate, Jewell, mother of Jean Mayne, died. Services were Friday morning in Jewell. Stanley and Virginia Johnson, Cen- tral City, and Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles had dinner at a Mankato cafe. Jacque and Erick England. Lincoln, Neb., were visitors of her grandmoth- ers, Vera Dye and Glenadine Lorimer, Superior. The four of them had a cafe supper. Visitors of Zelda Schuster were Pauline Hanson, Oak, Lorine and Arthur Cockroft, Mankato. David Harris. Burr Oak, was a houseguest of his grandparents, Harold and Lorna Wilton Tuesday and Wednesday and helped them with the musk thistles. Marabeth and Michell Olson, Frankfort, were weekend guests of Herbert and Carolyn Alley• Sherry and Rosemary Hasemeyer I Ionia Jason Boden and Krista Mooran were married June 14. Jason is the son of Leon and Karen Boden and grand- son of Bud and Jean Boden. Several from this community attended. Harold and Neva Shoemaker at- tended the wedding of Nicolas Cordray and Sarah Petersen in Onawa. Iowa, June 14. Nick is the son of Mike and Cheryl (Underwood) Cordray of Black Hawk, S.D., and the grandson of Neva's cousin,' Elwyn Stephens of Parkersburg, W.V. Harold and Neva were joined by Pat and Sue Shea and Travis and Vanessa Engelbert, Lawrence, for the weekend in Onawa. They saw several of Neva's relatives from West Virginia, A farewell, for Rosanna Foster was held after church. Friends wished her well in her upcoming marriage and her new home in Little Rock, Ark. Matt and Kara Loomis, Jenna and Colin, Becky Cockroft and Wendell • and Karen Meyer went to Jewell Sat- urday afternoon to see Sammi Loomis and Darica Bohnert in their gymnastic recital• Scott, Steven, Seth and Stephanie Meyer visited their grandparents. Wendell and Karen Meyer. They helped Wendell clean out some build- ings. Terry and Lois came on Sunday to get the children. Daryl Cockrofts and Darrell Bohnerts joined them for dinner. Bret Simmelink also visited• Darin Garman and Bekki White, Salina, were weekend guests of Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. Sunday dinner guests at the Sehlaefli home were Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Burr Oak and Darin Garman and Bekki White. Joe Cook, York. Pa., 91, former Ionia area resident and Ionia High were visitors of Walt and Jean Mayne. Dennis Dye, Hebron, Dora Danehey, Blue Hill, and Kathy Dye, Beatrice, were visitors in the Vera Dye home. Kathy was an overnight guest of her mother, Glenadine Lorimer, Supe- rior. Jim Peroutek, Esbon, visited in the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Chad, Kimberly, Jordon and Shelby Wherry, Smolan, were Sunday after- noon visitors in the home of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Vera Dye called on Virginia Willet[. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Dav~ and GlennaReling, CawkerCity, Darin Garrnan and Bekki White, were dinner guests in tl;le home of Richard and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli, Ionia. Callers in the Hasemeyerhome were Carl Collins, Jean Mayne, Janice, Rodney, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Bad weather was in the community Sunday night. Reports ranged from 2•90 to 3.60 inches of rain. The storm put lots of water in the ponds. School alumni, was reported to be in the hospital. He recently h~td driven to Ionia to attend the alumni get-together. He is 91 years old. Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler and Joyce Ritter visited Maude Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and Mr. ~and Mrs. Kennard Larson visited the Charlie Lukes Saturday evening for a party honoring Ryan Luke and Jaye, his bride-to-be. • Lilly Haresnape is in Smith Center hospital after falling earlier in the week• Maude Kellel; has a 100th birthday coming up July 9. Lynn Winslow, whd'broke both his wrists, is to have surgery on one this week. Steve Obert was a Sunday visitor of Wilbur Oberts. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Instant toy A baby who can sit steadily will think a large paper grocery sack is a fascinating toy. Cut it open and crumple it slightly. Your baby will like waving and shaking it. Be sure to stay with your baby in case she chews or sucks on the paper. ........... Listening gan~ ...... Rea~ ~ story .aloud, asking your child to listen for one specific word. Choose a word you know will occur fairly often, Have him clap his hands every time he hears it. Tips from "The Well-Centered Child". several days in Branson. and Cindy Barrett took them to supper. Donna Noble and Shlrle Gunn The were overnl h • y y "gtguestsofBruces. ~ ,I~ , 4~(l~My~ 4~11~~, , 41~1 went toSa!ina. Thursday, Gena had a treatment at Are youLOOKING Fathers Day guests of Bob and Wesley MedicalCenter lot a new bank? ~ Howards Fireworks Shirley Gunn were Belinda Myers, LynellandRichardSheahan, Linda Jason and Clinton Spitler, Whitney Sheahan, Maureen and Tom Kerrigan ,~ • Friendly/ • Full Service/ ~ i Vincent, JimGunnandMarieBradli~y andfamily,SteveandTheresaSheahan f OebitCard!, Openunti/Sp.m. Friclafsl 1' 37th Year &[ ~d Davon. Darlene Jensen was an and family, Cathy and Chris Holthaus atternoonca,mr, and family vacationed in the Avon | That's US!!! dJ ],~ morthedge ofBurr Oak, Kan. _~l ~erv~ z Come to i) ]'q on Highway 12 "~ [ 1. ~, Independence Day. t, wn~. ] Randall Branch today! )1' JUNE 27 to JULY 5 *1 I'- W "- Closed " [ .... 1reworks package t ~'~l(I of the Jamestown State Bank I be given away July 4 at 6 p.m. Friday, ,July 4 ! ( ='=--"= RANDALL, KAN. 66963 1~~) ]~r' Register each time you come! ~" tn Mankato and Formoso, Kan. [ Central a I--'------ 3785739-2212 ='~" I'~Jl~ =l~ ~lll~ ~11~ '~ ~11~ t1~11~ .!~ ~ 1~- ~1~ iwatlonall BanlI ~ Formoso ,785) 794-2211 J " ' ~':" -~ Farmway Credit Union will be CLOSED Friday,. July 4 in observance of ~ INDEPENDENCE DAY 102 N. 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