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• completely shut down. Randall ~ou could add more and more items • found in your home. Each gives eel- By Fawna Barrett dence of our dependence On electric- >-+" ' ity. Thanks to all the workers who Vonda Johnson visited Thelma keep electricity flowing, Given. CeliaMcMillanandBillElniffwere jewell dinner guests of Maggie and Jerry Harr ! and their family in Beloit. By Roberta Holdren Nevada Vetter attended the GFWC of Kansas State board meeting in Archie, Donna and Kevin Thomp- McPherson. She was a supper guestof son vacationed in Colorado last week. her sister, Naida Paschal, Lindsborg. Eleanor Belden -Calahan, former Pauline McMiillan was a Sunday resident of Jeweli and former librar- dinnerguestofMikeandMarciaNuity, ian, died in Beloit Aug.7. Theirdaughter, MonicaNulty, Lenexa, Senior Citizens will meet Aug. 15 was home for the weekend, atthe Jewell Apartments atnoon. Plan Elaine and Dan Peters and sons now to bringa covered dish and join spent Sunday overnight with the Be- the group. loit St. John's CYO group at Wilson David Knittel, Manhattan, visited Lake. several days with his grandmother, Phil and Kristi Vetter and family Betty James, while his mother recov- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ered from minor surgery. Lenny Helvie, Beloit. Helvie's par- Pete and Barbara Divel andEvelyn ents from Coming, Iowa, were other Divel attended the wedding of their guests, granddaughter, Kelly Divel and Greg Betty Barrett and Fawna Barrett Mansfield, Saturday evening. were supper guests of Glora Heel at Quanita and Zoe Williams visited The Jewell. They visited in the Heel their grandmother, Robena Holdren. home later. Hooley and Pat Alcom visited Ilene David Kadel's cousins, Marty LaD, Alcom. Puerto Rico, and Cberise Geiser, Man- Fawna Barrett, Betty Barrett and hattan, and Alice Kadel, visited Glora Heel ate out together. " Sherilyn and David. Alice went with Jerry and Nancy Anderson and the girls to Beloit to see where their Dale and Sally Uhrmacher, Nelson, parents had lived and other points of Neb., are vacationing in the Black family interest. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hills. Penkratz also visited Sherilyn. Judy Burchett treated residents of Lynell and Rickard took the Jewell Apartments and other guests Holthaus grandchildren to Seneca to a party Sunday afternoon. Thursday andcontinuedtoKansasCity Mr. and Mrs. Harold Topliff are with the other grandchildren. They visiting familyinGrandJunction,Colo. spent the weekend with family• Franklin and Katherine Ross hosted Mary Shelton, Vends Johnson and a family dinner and gathering at their Lyle and Donna Mahin ate Sunday home. Present were Charlotte dinner with Howard Mahin and Gerald Kemmerer and friend, Lorene White; Mahin at Mitchell County Long Term Mildred Hutchcraft and her daughter, Care• Lyle and Donna have been vis- Patricia Meyer, and granddaughter, iting his dad for several days. Michele Hinger and children Zack, Brian, Brenda and Adam Colson, Jenna and Jillian Hughes, Plainville; Kansas City, were in Randall for the Adam, Jennifer and Carter Topliff, weekend and visited Cindy and David Wamego; Robert and Patricia DeLeon. Kemmerer, Howard, Angela, Emily Darrell Conn took his mother, Vesta and Krista Panek and Aaron and Amy Conn, to the Conn family reunion at Topliff. the Beloit Senior Center• There was a DaisebellMclntyrevisitedMarjorie good turnout and they report lots of David in Wichita. fun. Junior and Phyllis Wilson spent CCCC sponsors presentation Saturday with Jesse and Alta Mac Pew Camp Concordia Preserva- Barnason in Red Cloud. tion Society will host a free public Janice, Greg, Brock and Blair presentation Sunday at 2 p.m. at Cook McMillan attended a Pubis family re- Theatre, ClOud County Community union at Estes Park, Colo., last week. College, Concordia. From.there, they had an overnight visit Ionia I IIII Panorama By Fawna Barrett Did you ever think of how many items in our homes have tiny lights? These lights assure us an appliance is working. Lights give the time 24/7. A light indicates an appliance is con- Jewell County features several fields of sunflowers that are bursting into bloom despite dry conditions. Farmers breathedasignofreliefthisspdngwhenthedroughtseemedtobebroken. No significant rainfall for the past two months has precipitated drought conditions for fall crops. In some areas, mile leaves are curling and soybeans are drooping. Wendell and Karen Meyer spent withhissister, BrendaGoodwin,Castle Never tell a man he's losing his R(>ck, Colo. Her daughters, Kelly hair. He already knows, ter, Jennifer, andhergreat-granddaugh- Tully, husband and sons, and Kara and husband, joined them for a barbecue. ~0ff TO Coilggg?LI --- " ¢ Li , ,r , , Greg Belew; Bellevue, Neb., was a guest of Stan and Ann Colson. He is a student of the Manhattan Bible Col- lege presented the sermon at church and will give the message next Sun- day. He is moving back to Manhattan this week to begin his second year at the college• Rex Henningsen and Ella Elston are the greeters at church for the month of August• Several Ionia people attended the Glen Elder annual fun day. Cecil Hiilman took his 1936 Chevy truck and drove it in the parade• It was~also used to catch the grain from the thresh- ing machine. Harold Shoemaker and Hoole) Alcorn ran the antique hay baler to bale the straw after the thresh- ing. The day ended with a barbecue, entertainment and a dance. Coke and W~metta Wright spent the weekend in Milford, Neb., with their daughter, Annete and Steve Roth and daughters• Wanetta's niece and nephew and their ~milies met them there and a family reunion was held. Connie Schmdit, her granddaugh- Custom sizes and nected tO electricity or that we have a NO monthly charges on checking for students message. You can walk into a room and see from two to 10 tiny spots of light. None are bright enough to illuminate - ..,,.1 your path through the room, yet, bright enough to catch the eye. In one small room there are four ~ , of The Jamestown State Bank ~'-"f--I~ l~~ such pinpoints: the phone, the answer- ~ RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ing machine, the carbon monoxide 785-739-2212 --- detector and the computer, if it isn't I O II I I It i I I I Advertis=ng 8,x21, i 9 ;~ v, O0¢ FINISHED APPEARANCE SPECIALITY $ = PRODUCTS FRAMING I I.J..-U ANCHORS FOR GROUND INSTALLATION EAGLE CARPORTS 4, Pencils *Calendars ~Pens 4~ Yard sticks Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third Street Superior • 402,879-3291 I I I i iiiiiii i EARN A HIGH SCHOOL' mPtOMA several days in Salina. The Salina Fair was on. Stephania Meyer was in the parade with her baton drill team. ter visited Don and Ruby Sutton on Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meyer had Saturday. dinner Sunday with Opal Loomis in Rex Henningsen went to Washburn Jewell. University, Topeka, with his son, Ciay, Sunday evening visitors of the to a medal presentation for his grand- Moyers were Mr. and Mrs. Munroe daughter, Casey. Casey and 24 other Little• girls received awards for being the top Dick and Gloria Schlaefli spedt the high school basketball players in the weekend at the home of Mark and Kim state of Kansas. Wednesday night the Viets, Girard. Saturday morning they girlsdividedintotwoteamsandplayed visited Lester and Mary Snyder at an exhibition game. Casey was on the Frontenac. The Schlaeflis stopped on winning team. the way home at Salina to visit Darin Jean Rose and Tammy Lee went to Garman and Bekki White. Geneva, Neb., Saturday to attend the wedding of Joan White's granddaugh- Local Angus breeders recognized ter. William D. and Linda Wilson, Burr Several families went to Beloit Sat- Oak, own two bulls listed in the 2003 urday night to watch the Demolition Fall Sire Evaluation Report published and Hobo Derby. Shane Hillman was by the American Angus ASsociation. one of the hobo car drivers. Issued in both the spring and fall, Matt and Kara Loomis were in the new report features the latest per- Hastings this week with Sammi who formance information available on was in the hospitalovemight. Grandma 6,409 sires. Carol Divel stayed ~tthe Loomis home Everett L. Benoit, Esbon, owns 13 to babysit with Jenn'a,., bulls listed in the report. ill ili L ....... "Shop at Mankato Professionaf Pharmacyfor... ~, ~ • New gifts arrwmg dally~ t(~'~ (,~ew Russell Stover Sugar Free and Iow~ t,~ ~ ~ carb candies . // •/9~t ~-~__T. irnex and Lorus watche~.m.qIMii~ MANKATO PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 125 N. Commercial St., Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 • This week's report from the Mankoto Livestotk Commission Co., Inc. 7 Black steers 430 124.00 16 Black steers 580 103.25 4 Black bulls • 465 116.00 10 Mixed heifers 600 90.75 11 Black bulls 400 111.00 19 Mixed heifers 775 88.25 8 Black bulls 485 107.50 18 Mixed steers 720 94.00 6 Charolais steers 670 94.00 16 Mixed steers 580 103.00 14 Mixed steers 680 93.50 12 Black steers 545 105.50 23 Mixed heifers 670 91.75 Consigned for Aug. 15 93 Black steers, 850-900; 78 Crossbred steers, 800-850; 7 Black heifers, 700; 32 Mixed steers, 650-750 BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 colors available Neil Boursy, Auctioneer, Mobile 402-984-9545 Before 8 a.m. or Jon Russell. Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 after 6 p.m. Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Chester, Neb. Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533. Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson. 785-374-4277 ,, I II al ' Extended Campus Classes Thursday, August 14, 2003 III I Northbranch By Ruth Glover The morning sermon was entitled "Disputable Matters" and the scripture was taken from Remains 14. The spe- cial was by Luke Sholtz, the story of "America." He led in the congregation singing it. Song leader was Becky McNichols with Lonnie Buckley played organ and Lauren Jeffery, pi- ano. The Video Bible Study met at the church at 4 p.m. and were joined by the executive council for supper at 5 p.m. Friends Women will meet.at the church Thursday at 2 p.m. A large crowd attended the funeral for Larry Bil!enwiilms Saturday at church. He died unexpectedly at his home Wednesday night. Mike and Marva Wallace, Salina, visited his parents, Glenn and Betty Wallace, and brought a cake in honor of Betty's birthday. Ralph and W~inda Beebe, and their granddaughter, Cherice, and Joel Beck, allofNewbei'g, Ore., were house guests of Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery. Mon- day evening the Jeffgry relatives gath- ered at the church for social time. John and Erma Dillon went to WichitaWednesday and picked up their youngest granddaughter, Abby Fenster. They went to Colorado for the Parsons Family Reunion. They stopped at the Royal Gorge and visited souvenir shops. They arrived at the reunion at Estes Park Friday. Saturday there were various activities, including the Al- pine slide, hiking and boating. The Dillons and Abby, Jerry and Crystal Parsons and nine members of the JEWELL COUNTY Carstenson family did a tour of the Colorado River• These reunions are held .years beginning in 1958. Linda Parsons also union. Jerry and Cry Wash., have been visitin and LindaParsons. Wichita Saturday where cousins, Dianne Fenster and Steve and Lori Dillon. a plane earl,. to their home. Kevin Warner, Wichita, Warner, Salina, ited briefly with their and Patsy Warner. Norman and Velma were in a relative. Steve and Lori Dillon, Plains, visited a few parents and cousins, Parsons and Quinn, Portland, Ore. A evening cookout was and Erma Dillon with John Parsons the group. , Cameron Lewis cage visited a wit Lonnie Buckle, their families. Ken and Lila Smith 'and Betty Foster in ( Ardean and Marilyn guests of their dau Jt and family a few John Dillon hosted a ner for Erma at McNichols, Superior, as The City of Mankato, Kan., is now full-time employment as a street worker. This position is skilled work on the repair and nance of the city streets and alleys and the heavy equipment. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. applicants can obtain an application at the: City Office 202 E. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. Completed applications need to be returned address by no later than Monday, Aug. contact the City Office at 785-378-3141. For Sale... at homolll Smoky Hill Educetmnal Service Center 785.2434417 Enrollment-Monday, Sept. 22 IIII I I IIIIIII sw.=tl ~ ~illa'~ ~'5 1101 - 30 Road CourUand, Kan. 66939 ~,.~~/ We are located on Highway 36, one mile north of Courtlend, Ken., Phone: 785-374.4255 -+"~ ~ Howl:~l-S:30pJn. M0ndw.Satlad~9:301un.toS:30pJn. I de the J.ew..ell ( qunty lransportatlonLimo and let us do the driving for youl Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewefl County General Public Transportation. BELOIT: Aug. 14, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. SAUNA: Aug. 15, towns sewed: Jewell, Randall, Beloit, Asherville, Simpson. CONCORDIA: Aug. 19, towns served: Formoso, Jewell, Randall. HASTINGS: Sept. 4, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbranch Mankato is served dairy within Msnkato and also in the above listed Mps. So Call 785-378-3385 for further Information. trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservations have ~t been made. I I I IIIII I I El THE RED ROOSTER Cafe 121 COMMERCIAL BUILDING corner of commercial and three-store fronts. El THREE-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, detached garage, shed. El THREE-BEDROOM, detached garage, 1 1/2 bath, large family room. Reduced $5,000. El THREE-BEDROOM module home, real nice, corner lot. 6erald gimmer Auction • & Real Estate East Highway 24 • Beloit, Kan. Call Tom at 785-378-3693 oR flUCT **Superior Auction He, Cloud County Community. College Thursday, Aug. 21.1 Classes begin on Monday, Aug. 18 unless otherwise noted. *Courses designated with an * are subject to a $5 per credit-hour hb fee * Students must meet prerequisites prior to enrolling in classes designated by the asterisk (*) * Students enrolling in certain English and math courses must have acceptable scores on the ACT or ASSET tests Burr Oak, Kan. Register at White Rock High School withPenny Turner (758-647-6361) 30 minutes prior to the first class session. Cost is $54.50 per credit hour plus books and lab fees ,if applicable. Course # Course Cr Days and Times Instructor SS102 * Abnormal Psychology 3 T, 6-9 p.m. Jolene Wirth Mankato, Kan. (ITV) • Register at Mankato High School with Sondra Decker (758-378-3014) 30 minutes prior to the first class session. Cost is $54.50 per credit hour plus books and lab fees, if applicable. Course# Coinse CM 101 * English Composition 3 BE 100 Intro. to Business 3 East edge of Superior, Nebraska on Hwy Open for Delivedes: 10 a.m.-4p.m., Aug. 17 through Aug. ', • Indoor facility • Seating available • Easy parldng • Lun¢lt t EARLY LISTINGS: EGUIPMENT: 1985 Bayliner 18-foot boat, 125-hp, runs good and International power washer; John Deere three-bottom plow; 3-hp air Tore electric-start lawn mower;, Pickup Vet box; John Deere lister Deerborne sickle mower; Krause 12; 12-foot disc; LoBoy trailer; PTO Hammer mill; Windmill Windmill horse-drawn machinery; Scrap iron. ANTIQUES AND Vogue picture records, illustrated on both sides cardboard records, rare finds! McCoy vases; Doll collection; salt collection-lO0 sets, including Aunt Jemima, old! Old plant stands; collection; Chicken figurine collection; Tea pot collection; Dick Unusual accordion-fold paper stories-six; Other old stand with drawers; Square tubs; round tubs; Treadle sewing doors-fancy hinges; Wooden incubator; Brass bladed fan; Kerosene Cast iron bed; Cistern pump; Graniteware; case; Drugstore bottles with stoppers; Hanging scale; Kitchen 50 steel wheels; Small Dlebolt safe with combination; Rooster Grain drill with high back wheels; HOUSEHOLD: refrigerator; Kanmore washer and dryer-good!; Microwaves; Bunk beds; Brick imitation fireplace; Sofas; and box spring; Books; Card table set; Three small color TVs; Bedding; Wash cloths; Stoneware set-new!; Many small appliances; Coffee tables; Apartment stove-small; Humidifier; ANIMALS: 200-plus poultry-ducks, chickens, Guineas, geese, Buffalo street lamps-f'nte-globe; Walnut and cedar lumber; seeder; 12-foot tree trimmer; 50 Prairie hay bales; MANY ITEMS NOT MSTED, MORE COMING COME EARL Yl * $TA Y L4 TEll/ • For information, appointments and pick ups: Larry McCord 402-879-3011= and Bob Danehey, (with answer machines) Howard Parish and Dale Uhrmacher Scandia-Pike Valleys Kan. Sherill Daniels Dale Dodd Register with Lynda Scrivner at Pike Valley High School (758-.333-2294) one hour prior to the first dass session. Cost is $54.50 per credit hour plus books and lab fees, if applicable. Course # Course SS101 General Psychology 3 W, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Lynda Scrivner For more information, contact the Community Education office at 1-800-729-5101, Ext. 370 or visit our web page at www.cloud.edu. • c~ First in Service to North Central Kansas c~o~ county ~ t co~ Concordia, Kansas i ICo.~un~ www.cloud.edu t k co,e~