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if' IIII Randall By Fawna Barrett ii Karyl Brandon has been nominated for the 2003 Employee of the Year Award at the Veterinary Medical and Teaching Hospital, Manhattan. Karyl is the daughter of Dortha Parrish Schrandt, Beloit. L.A. Goff and Donna, Brenda Goff and Melissa came from Oklahoma to visit Ben and Ethel Goff. Brian and Brenda Colson and Adam, Kansas City, were in Randall visiting Cindy and David DeLeon. The Colsons have purchased the house north of the DeLeons from Gordon and Betty Kibbe. Some will remember it as the late Stella Green home. Lauren Barker, Lyons, visited the DeLeons. Gordon and Betty Kibhe left for their home in Redwood City, Calif., after an extended visit with family. They called on Jimmy and Martha Kibbe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hinrikus, Salina, visited Jr. and Phyllis Wilson recently. They are friends from the days when the Wilsons were custom harvesters. Monday the Wilsons attended the fu- neral of Elmer Rank, Abilene. Recent callers of Bob and Mary Shelton were Brian Colson, Kevin Shamburg and Melaine and Eric Whitney. Gene and Fawna Barrett met Natalie Wood in Salina Monday to go to Wichita where Gene had a medical appointment. They had lunch with Haley Barrett and she came home with them for a visit. Alan and Barbara McMillan and his sister, Mary Lou and Bob Geiger, Chanute, attended the Florell family reunion in Kackley Sunday. The Gei- gers visited Allene Spielman while they were here. Dan, Elaine and Luke Peters and Nevada and Cliff Vetter participated in a Remembrance Walk, sponsored by the Compassionate Friends, Salina. They went to Lindsborg to visit Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peters. Mark and Jerry returned home with them. Caleb Ramsey, Julie Joerg, Jerry Peters, Crystal Mitchell and Devon Jones went with the 4-H Junior Lead- ers to Durango, Colo., on an exchange trip. They returned Monday. Celia McMillan and Bill Elniff vis- ited their niece, Maggie Harr and her grandson, Tyler Harr. Kristi and Phil Vetter and family were in Coming, Iowa, visiting her parents, Merlin and Carolyn Dixon. They attended the Dixon family re- union. Nevada Vetter was hostess for D.D. Bridge. MarthaLienberger was aguest. David and Natalie Barrett were Sat- urday, dinner guests of her parents, Gene and Fawna Barrett. Panorama By Fawna Barrett iii i i Huge mushrooms of smoke fill the sky on calm days. Smoke appears to grow and billow from within itself, changing from heavy black to a lighter gray. If one is in the right slant to the fields, the red flames are visible, feed- ing on the straw covered stubble. Old- timers shake their heads at the folly of losing that valuable, replenishing hu- mus for the soil. Regardless, farmers struggle todeal with heavy straw, an abundance of weeds, and cheat or rye that have invaded wheat fields. A few bum to plant another crop on this ground that should mature before the first freeze of Jim IIIone's p ':'um'--OUN SHOP New and Used Guns Cleaning and Repair Olive Hill Road I~me 71111-lNI1',,lllrll fall. Scents of smoke remain in the air a long time. Another group of farmers let the straw fall in windrows and bale it for supplemental feed or bedding for live- stock during the long winter months. Huge golden bales abound in the roll- ing fields or have been lined in a enor- mously long row or stack at the edge of the field. So goes life on the farm! Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Skylar Frasier was home for the weekend. Sunday Wanda Frasier and Skylar visited with Cheryl Hubbard, Smith Center. They went to celebrate Cheryl's birthday and see the new baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Mare Davidson, Wichita. Michelle Davidson, Cale, Haley and baby Logan Neili were vis- iting with Cheryl for the weekend. Brian, Jeanette, Melinda and Kevin Howard, Edmond, Okla., were guests of Wanda Howard, Denise Gunn and Cori. Geneva Hiltgen, Mankato, Jeanine Hiltgen and Gary Mayes, Okla- homa City, Okla., joined the group on Saturday evening for a fireworks dis- play, ice cream and cake. Betty and Harold Brown were called to Great Bend because of the illness of, their youngest son. He has since been moved to Wichita. Winnie McNichols was hostess to the Monday morning Bible Study group. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Tucker, Ionia, were afternoon visitors of Gene and Marje Johnson. Holly and Chad Brecheisen, Pittsburg, were overnight guests of Gale and Kathleen Jeffery. They also called on Beth Jeffery in Superior. Marie and Bob Thorup, Smith Cen- ter, were evening guests of Barbara and Warren White. Viola Crane, Barbara Renner, Ruth Oliver and Carrie Fry, Clay Center, had lunch together at a cafe in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Radar, Lamed, spent the day visiting Hazel Korb. Wilma Underwood and Rose Damon attended the Dale Mahaffy fu- neral in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Underwood and family visited Wilma Underwood. The White Rock Pee Wee baseball team placed first in the District tourna- ment held in Jewell. Now, they'll play in the state held in Concordia. The Jewell County Cookie team placed third in the league in Concordia and now will play in the district. Anna Belle Grubbs called on Hazel Korb. Louise Korb and Harold and Edythe Frances called on. Gene and Marje Johnson. Doyle Silsby and Mac Diem called on Warren and Barbara White. Vivian Reed and Wilma Underwood visited Geneva Garman and Treva Mabaffy in long term care, Mankato. A group gathered July 9 at the Jeff Ord home northwest of Guide Rock to wish Dianna a happy birthday. At- tending were Cliff and Glenny Barnes, Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver, Morris and Cheryl Hillman, Lucille Spooner, Heather Patty, Arizona, Darin Barnes and family, David and Tammy Barnes and family, both of Red Cloud. Kasey Ord returned home with his grandpar- ents, Cliff and Glenny, to spend some Ionia Cemetery Annual Meeting Ionia Fellowship time. He plays catcher on the Pee Wee team. Beverly Frost hosted a birthday and retirement luncheon in her home in Esbon for her aunt, Anna Belle Grubbs. Attending were Beth Jeffery, Earlene Jeffery, Marilyn C. Jeffery, Lonnie Buckley, Kathleen Jeffery,Debby Platt, Manhattan, Anna Belle Grubbs and the hostess, Beverly. Judy Ost was greeter Sunday morn- ing at the United Methodist Church. Dan Dempsey spoke on worshiping wrong Gods. Anna ~elle Grubbs shared her birthday bouquet of roses. (Last week's news) attended a niece's wedding. John Tucker went to Wray, Colo., to visit his dad, Archie Tucker, who isn't well and who returned with him. Linda and Charley Schreck, Empo- ria, were weekend guests of Fern Har- ris. Wendy Harris, David and JennaLee and Tom and LouAnn Harris joined them Sunday for dinner. Melinda Jenkins, Sabetha, and Joshua and Austin Hass, Branson, Me., were guests of their grandparents Midge and Richard Oliver. Diana Timmons and Gary Averili, Lochbuie, Colo., were guests of her parents, Richard and Midge Oliver. Melinda Jenkins, Joshua and Aus- Visitors of Walt and Peggy Wilson tin Hass, Dianne Timmons and Gary were Dixie and Dee Wilkerson, Clay Averill, and Midge Oliver attended the Center, Neb. Deb Whitten, Buhr Oak postmaster Culp reunion in Fairbury. Diane Timmons and Gary Averill is leaving July 10 to become postmas- ter in Lebanon. Wanda Frasier will be were dinner guests of her parents and filling in at Burr Oak. their house guest. Vivian Reed visited Velma Wilson in Good Samaritan in Superior. Callers in the Gene Johnson home were Betty Brown and Travis Tiggie and son Caydon, Wheaten. Sherry and Dennis White, Cedaridge, Colo., visited his dad, War- ren and Barbara White. There was a 7-way tie for first place in the first flight at the 18th annual Tipton Oaks His and Her Scramble held recently. Mary Sawyer and Gene Chapin, Lebanon, were among the teams tieing with a score of 66. Lucille Spooner and granddaugh- ter, Arizona, are here visiting Edna Fogo and her daughters and families. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bailey and sons, Karl and Kurt, Perry, Utah, visited at the Don Modlin home. Charles and Lois Modlin, Scott City, were guests Saturday at the Don Modlin home. They came for Charles' 35th high school class reunion. Walt and Peggy Wilson and Bar- bara Renner attended the Flea Market in Fairbury, Neb. Madeline McMains was hostess to the Monday morning Bible study group. Alberta Gutscher was hostess this week. Don Modlin was greeter Suaday morning at the United Methodist Church. Pastor Laura Fricker's ser- mon was "Opening Ourselves to Gods Presence." Marceila Ost and Lorie Waugh were hostesses to coffee hour. Beth Jeffery, Earlene Jeffery and Carol Hanson, all of Superior, were supper guests of Kathleen Jeffery. Sue Tucker visited her mother and Overnight guests of Wilma Underwood were Dwight and Carol Underwood, Abilene. Callers of Wilma Underwood were Roy and Rosella Damon, Mankato, and Cecil and Dorthy Kilts, Brownville, Texas. Wilma Underwood spent two days at Roy and Rosella Damon's visiting their brother and wife, Fred and Josephine Lagergren, Edmond, Okla. Ionia Celia Kincheloe, a long-time resi- dent of the Ionia area, moved from Cawker City to Wyoming Sunday. Stan and Ann Colson went to help her Fri- day evening. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were sup- per guests of Elizabeth Schlaefli in honor of Gloria's birthday. Sunday the Schlaeflis ate dinner with Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at Superior and were Sunday supper guests at the home of Dwight and Beverly Frost, Esbon. Pastor Laura Fricker gave the Sun- day morning message at church. There will not be services at the Ionia Church, July 20, as there will be a non-denomi- national church service at the Thresh- ing Bee in the Mankato City Park at 9 a.m. Ionia Church women will work at the Thrift Shop at Mankato July 18. Jean Rose and her horse, Splash, entered the E.K. Horse Show in Abilene Saturday and came home with a sec- ond place in the Ladies Western Plea- sisters in Ashland last week. She also sure. "., I WELCOME TO THE )EWELL I COUNTY FAIR Monday, Taesdqy, Wednesdqyo July 21, 22 end 23 Kan, Nir groan Sopport our 4-H Hmben i ,,..,.,...,,,.,. of The Jamestown State Bank A, iDle RANDALL, KAN. 66963 =,=m,,,.r~ 785-739-2212 ~"~'~ INSTANT ----- ___luvFnu v ,L ACCESS Via SATELLITE available anywhere Contact Dick's Hall Wednesday, July 30 "F#r#il#m/J##llg#8[ D.1Tt. r 106 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 I I I J m ~ " , T.],]I 785"378"3123 ..... Board Certified Health Care Providers ~I~F='- Available Daily Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. Dr. Rina Mina, M.D. week claim reporting ~ Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Fast, fair claim service To learn more, call us today. Citizens State Agency Max E. Burks 115 N. ColumbuS, Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3644 ~,Allied Insurance = m*mb~ of Nattom,~de Imumem ~ ~ulud m o~41gv Services Acute inpatient cars, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitonng, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardian Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ...................................... Intemal Medicine and Primary Care Rina Mina, M.D .................................................. Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ........................................................................... Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D .................................................................. . ....... Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C .................................................................... Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice deweli County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 102 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 Colin and Dakota Rose have been visiting their dad, Marry, and grand- parents Rtd and Rita Rose, and great- grandparents Bob and Jean Rose. Jean Rose visited her sister, Joan White, at Lovewell Lake. Joan lives in Fairbury, Neb., but has a cabin on the lake. Leon and Karla, Chase and Gerit Wagner went to Omaha, Neb., for the weekend. They visited friends, went to the zoo and saw other points of inter- est. Wendell and Karen Meyer visited their son, Terry, and his family, Salina, for a few days the first of the week. Karen had a doctors checkup there on Tuesday. Wendell and Karen Meyer met and ate supper with Orlo Brokaw and friend, Dona, at a cafe in Smith Center. Peggy VanWey's grandson, Mike Bushel, left last week for the Armed Forces. He will be stationed in Geor- gia. Mike graduated from Waconda East High School last spring. Harold and Neva Shoemaker were in Beloit making the acquaintance of their two-month-old grand nephew, Griffin, of Marion, Iowa. He and his parents, Jeff and Nikia Weber, were visiting Jeff's parents, Bill and Judy Weber. Travis Engelbert and Dr. Craig Concannon ate supper with Harold and Neva Sheomaker Wednesday. Travis is leaving Monday for a few weeks vacation in Europe before beginning his second year at the KU Med Center in Kansas City. I I Illl Ill Mankato Mary Boyd visited during the July 4 weekend in Hill City. She was a guest of Bob and Diane Boyd, Jim and Frances Logback, Wade and Suzie McDowell and Warren and Bev Stafford for a cookout supper to watch the annual pyrotechnics show. An- other daughter, Betty Boyd James, Bethesda, Md., arrived at the Lincoln Airport for a visit in Mankato. A large crowd attended the ice cream social at the Senior Center Friday evening hosted by the Golden Years. Alberta Diamond was visited by Jay Diamond. He came to watch his daughter, Kaitlyn Diamond, play soft- ball at Belleville. Brooke Diamond went home with Jay for a few days. Alberta Diamond received word that Lee Om Diamond, a brother of the late Hank Diamond, died July 8 at a hospi- Thursday, July 17, 2003 tat in Phoenix, Ariz. B.J. Merdith, friend of BelindaDia- mend, had a heart attack Saturday and is a patient in the St. Francis Hospital, Topeka. Harold and Elaine Lippold went to make the acquaintance of their new grandson, Drew William, on July 4. The report is he was only 2 1/2 hours old. Terry and Janice McCutcheon hosted a 90th birthday party for Janice' s father, Arthur Cockroft, at the McCutcheon home Sunday night. Those attending were Arthur's wife Lorrine, his children, Cheryl Woemer and husband, Mitchie; Daryl Cockroft and wife, Becky; grandson, Brad Cockroft and wife, Karen, and baby Mary Elaine; Karen's sisters from Canada; granddaughter Krystai and husband, Leon Love, and grandson Justin McCutcheon. Becky Cockroft brought a decorated ice cream birth- day cake. He received many nice gift.,;. Mitchie and Cheryl Woemer left for Alliance, Neb., Monday. The Woemers have been harvesting wheat in the Burr Oak area. Bob Harvey visited Arthur and Lorrine Cockroft. The Care Givers and Grievers Sup- port Group will met July 22 with Deanna Freeman as guest speaker. It is reported that Brent Beck is improving and is still a patient at the Bryan LGH Medical Center West in Lincoln, Neb. Don and Audrey Hamilton and Lynn and Sonja Scarrow attended a retire- ment reception for Lloyd Scarrow Sat- urday evening. Lloyd has retired from teaching and coaching in the Fairbury School system. They attended a Sun- day morning brunch at Lloyd and Sharon's home. Lunch and homemade ice cream was served later in the day. I Paradise By Ava Knarr Neveda Vetter entertained D.D. Bridge Club. Martha Lienberger was a guest. Nel Burnham will entertain July 23. Michael Tickel and Ava Knarr at- tended the funeral for Bonnie Range at Grand Island, Neb. Burial was in Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark were amoung the group who attended the dinner theater in Wichita Thursday. Marjorie Hartsel, Marcy Tumville, We ~/ike to thcmk Harold Terpening Jon Terpening Terry Ortmand Jason Ortman Dan Bowersox Chris Freeman Bob and Deanna Freeman Jack and Susan Bradrick Rex and Brenda Flinn Gerald and Made McAtee Chadene Colson Richard Diamond Roy Bradshaw John Dewey Travis True Dale True Cathy and Tanner Dauner George Jensen Allen Smith Jim Schmidt Ben Schrag Bob Becker Brandon Hurd Mark Hurd Don Anderson Chris Klos Bnan Badger Cregg Jeffery Craig Clark Chns Dauner ,'I/so, ~ yo~ to er/ttw~ mzd ~e.sm 0// for u,= "Jewell County Hospital and (785) 378-3137 Jewell County Rural Health Clinic ,, (785) 378-3511 We care about your health care ,needs Because we care about you! Dr Dan Calderon, Internal Medicine-Primary Care; Dr. Rina R. Mina, Pediatrics-Internal Medicine; Leon Hughes, PAC New Store Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed noon to I p.m. Monday- Friday Mankato Plumbing and Appliance Af;er hurs emergency i number I 785-648-0158 JEWELL COUNTY Elise and Calab, went to Springs and visited Mr. and Mrs. Divel. Marjorie came home for works at the home of Mr. and Leon Divel and family, Jenny Baxa, Salina, and Hartsel were Sun dinner guest and Mrs. Robbin Griffith. a few days with the Griffith. Jennny Baxa is visiting herl mother, Marjorie Hartsel. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr called on Mr. and Mrs. Behrends and Mr. Denise Behrends had Michael and Ava Knarr. '] Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Gretta Otte. Passage Sunday thew 14:22-32. Theme Want to Walk on Water, You ] Get Out of the Boat." evening was Mark 4:35-41. was "What Would Jesus Dispatch Church." Pastor Rich DeVries CRC, Omaha, Neb. Dispatch Sunday. Happy birthday to Jeanne d July 18. Happy anniversary to: Glenda Rust, Jul3 Otte, July 17. The Jewell County Jewell County, Kan. have )aid the following payrolls the Quarter ending SNa#es: General Apdl May June Public Health April May June Appraiser Apdl May June Road and Badge April May June Noxious Weed April May June Solid Waste April May June Ambu~ce Ape May June C/ean'a.q A~'ouat. KS BC/SS Apdl May June Jw. Co.Rex Plan April May June KS BOBS- Dent~ Apdl May June KPERS April May June KPERS-EmpL April May June Nationwide Retirement April May June Fed W/H April May June KS W/H April May June ,~x~al ,~eur, y ~rit May June Central United life ~oril May June Conseco Health Ins. (Capita ~erlean) May June Caonlal Uto April May June Nafl Travelers Life April May June AFLAC Koal May June Clerk of D~strict CT Ap~ May June AMERIPRIDE Apdl 1 st Quarter UnempL Dec. OHIo: G,ner~ May June Public Health April May June /q~ Apal May June Road and Brid~ ,k~ May June Special Bridge Apdl May Special Highway June Noxious Weed April May June Solid Waste A~I May June Ap~ May AmbuW~ S~ A~ May F.~~ May June Tower Fund Apdl May June ~.~.~-n~ May June RED TECH FUND May I ror/~: A detailed statement of i tures is available for public Clerk's office.