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Formoso By Elaine CI~k i i Sandy Nelson was a patient at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Su- perior Aug. 18 - 23. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber were Janet Higer, Travis, Tycen and Mason, Mankato, Gloria Massey and Howard Field. Robert and Ada Grimm were Sunday dinner guests. Tony and Becky Patrick, Salina, Vera Reed and Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. Jack and Phyllis Sills, Manhattan, visited Fattest Dempsey. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a weekend visi- tor. Mankato and Pike Valley students started school. Amanda Brown returned to school at Cloud County. Russell Dunstan returned to school at Salina last week. Royce Morrell and Felecia Peters started school at Cloud County. Matt Howell moved to Hays last week to begin school at Fort Hays State. Tyler Dunstan moved to Manhat- tan last week to begin school at K State Steve and Janeile Spiegel, Zach, Ryan and Jacob returned home Mon- day after a visit with Julie Rallsback, Kansas City, Me. Jeff Railsback, Gardner, also visited. The attended Kansas City Royals baseball games, The Spiegel family also visited Pat and Vickie O Conner, Jennifer and Katie, Olathe, Connie Smith returned Tuesday after visiting Anna Smith at Ionia i Dick and Gloria Schlaefii met Tony, Susan and Reata F, lting in Superior Friday evening for SUPl~r. The occa. sion was in honor of Reata's third birthday. Reata blew out candles on her birthday cake and opened gifts. The Eltings recently moved to Hebron, Neb.. from the Orleans area. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli and Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles ate Sun- day dinner together in Superior. Guest speaker at church Sunday was Greg Delore, a professor at the Manhattan Bible College. He gave an m-depth sermon of putting Jesus first in our lives. Next Sunday Pastor Laura Fricker will be with us. Ionia is in charge of the thrift shop Friday, Two dates have been set for the IoniaCommunity. Sept. 20is the Ionia Country Music Festival and Nov. 8 is the church bazaar. Ella Elston received word of the death oil, her son-in-law, Jerry Marsh, Cherokee, Okla. She spent some time with her daughter, ~anet, and attemJed the funeral "l'uesday, Leon and Karen Baden visited in Waverly, Iowa, with Shane and Jenni- fer Baden, Samantha, Hayley and Nicholas. While there they went to the towns of Jewell and Ionia. Jewell, Iowa, is located only six miles from Randall, Iowa, and they are in the same school system. They visited Jewell Implement and Jewell City Offices. In Ionia they toured St. Boniface Catho- lic Church built in ! 926. Monday they~ went to Dyerville, Iowa, and tou~d, the movie site of "Field of Dreams,' The Farm Toy Museum and Basilica of St. Francis Xavier Then it was on to Wisconsin and the House on the Rock, Cave of the Mounds, Little Norway, Trollway and the State Capitol, In Port Washington Leon found the grave of his great-great-great grandfather, Micheal Winkel. In Milwaukee they walked the Riverwalk and went to Mass at the Basilica of St. Josaphat. The highlight of their trip was sail boating on Lake Michigan. In Springfield, II1., they toured the tomb and home of Lincoln and the museum of Funeral Customs. In Hannibal, Me., they went to Mark Twain Cave and related places. Darrell andDebraBohnert held their field plot tour and their Pioneer Seed supper Aug 20. Becky Cockroft, Wendell and Karen Mayer and Bret Simmeliak helped Dehra aud Darica Carbondale. DeannaMitchell, Crystal and Tren- ton, were visitors of Dale and Ivah Hoard. Jerry and Margaret Morreil had sup- per in Mankato to celebrate their anni- ver~l~an'and Lynn Dempscy ~.,turn.ed home WeAnesday alter vacauo,,ng m the Black Hills. Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark and Gene and Elaine Clark were guests of Patricia Tyler, l.~avenworth. They toured Cabelas Friday in Kansas City. Football teams play ' soap scrimmages Olive Hill The fall sports season opens Thurs- day and Friday nights in Jeweli County when football teams and volleyball teams power up for soap scrimmage action. Tonight (Thursday) the Mankato High School volleyball team takes the court at 6 p.m. The Mankato Junior High football team will scrimmage at 7 p.m. with the high school football team taking the field at 7:45 p.t~, The junior high cheerleaders will host the conces- sion stand serving bratwursts. At Jewell football field, the Jewel- White Rock High School football team will scrimmage 6 p.m. Friday. Admission to the events is a bar of Ann Keeler visited Rose Fintel at soap or a towel. The public is invited Superior. to attend. Don and Ruth Fleming were guests of Rita Koehn at Lawrence. They also visited Panl and Angela Fleming, Lee's Paradise Summit, Me. Saturday evening they attended the K State-California foot- By Ava Knarr ball game at Kansas City. Guests of Gary and Chrystal Dalton Ediger, Jamestown, spent Massey, Clifford, Brittany and Cedy, partof lastweekwith his grandmother, Hardy, were Gloria Massey, Jerry and Charolett Hansen, due to schoolletting Margaret Morrell, Robert and Ada out early. Grimm and Jerry Lynn and Candy CharolettHansenandArleneEdiger Massey.BruceandLillie, Hardy. They went to Wichita and Dalton Ediger visited in Salina with his granddad, celebrated Brittany's sixth birthday. ~vVayne Hanson. Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla, Katheren Tickle and Michael and Belleviile, were dinner guests of Dale Ava Knarr visited Inez and Elwood By Rosemary Hasemeyer i Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Denver, Karen Price, Nehaiem, Ore., Amanda Price, San Leandi'o, Calif., and Lorna Wilton. Special mu- sic was a vocal solo by Beverly Frost, accompanied on the piano by Gloria Garman-Schlaefli. Ushers were Dwight Frost and Roger Wilton. Vera Dye was hospitalized for a few days at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior. Her children. Bob Dye, Beatrice, Donna and Gary Hanna, Riley, brought her home Saturday and spent the day with her. Dennis Dye, Hebron called on her several times the past week Kathy Dye was a visitor of he mother, Glenadine Lorimer, Supe- rior. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, Dor- othy Hutchinson, Bruce and Rosemarie Chapman were Saturday evening guests of Roy and Juanita Miyaski, Superior, to celebrate Roy's birthday. Glenna May-Reling, Cawker City, was adinnerguest of her parents, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a Beloit cafe. Karen Price, and her granddaugh- ter, Amanda Price, are houseguests in the home of Harold and Lorna Wilton. Karen and Lama are sisters. Ruth Hale, Juniata, visited her mother, Dee Ross. Sunday evening Dee attended a birthday party and ice cream social at the First Baptist Church, Superior. Jim Stone visited his aunt, Zelda Schuster Doug and Bryan Boyles visited Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Jerry and Kennedy Cool and Stan Green, York, were Saturday visitors of. Twila Cool. Saturday supper guests of Harold and Lama Wilton were Karen Price and Amanda Price, Terry, Janice and Justin McCutcheon, Shawn Robbins, Mankato, Wendy,JennaLee and David Harris, Burr Oak. Chad, Kimberly, Jordan and Shelby Wherry, Lindsborg, Krystal and Leon Love. They cel- ebrated the birthday of Karen Price. Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer attended the 40th surprise w.edding anniversary celebration hon- onng Janet and Larry Simpkins, Supe- rior, Saturday evening. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were Sunday dinner guests of Richard and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli at a Superior care. Sunday afternoon Amanda Price, accompanied Harold and LornaWilton to the First Baptist Church, for an all- church birthday party. Callers the past week in the Hasemeyer home were Jean Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Blake, Roger Roe, Andy Meyer, Carl Collins, Jo Ann and John Rogers. Reports of rain the past week have been from 2 to 3.40 inches. Rosemary Hasemeyer called at the home of Larry and Gloria Havens. Superior. Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall United Church Women met Wednesday. Guests wereRuth Curtis, Smith Center, and Gerry Joerg, Court- land. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse. Lynell Sheahan, librarian, had placed the most recent acquisitions on a top shelf on the north shelves of the library to aid those looking for the newest books. There are Christian fiction books. Lynell accompanied Pat Willmeth and Carla Fiegal to a library meeting at Osborne. Gerald Cash became a great-great- grandfather last week with the birth of a son, Gannon, born to Mr. and Mrs. Justin Crough. Dotty and Eldon Vohs, Concordia are the maternal grandpar- ents. Gary and Margene Cash, Clyde, are the great-grandparents. Mary Ann Kibbe visited Chris Kibbe, Clay Center. Celia McMillan and Bill Elniff at- tended the baptism of a great-great niece, McKenna. daughter of Terry and Dave Kohler. A family dinner was held at First National Bank commu- nity room in Beloit. Recent visitors of Ruth Rhodes were Lana and Joe LaCost and Doyle, Belleville. Lyle and Donna Mahin are spend- ing some time in Randall and visiting his dad, Howard Mahin. The Mahins, and Bob and Mary Shelton ate dinner Thursday, August 28, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY Clark. Friendship Circle Club met. Ava Knarr and Rosina Anderson visited Inez and Elwood Clark. Ava Knarr, Katheren Tickle and Michael attend~ the Flewelling re- union in Kingsly, |owa, and were house guests of Marion and Aguas Flewelling at Washata, Iowa. There were 17 present for the picnic dinner at the Kingsley park. Marjorie Hartsel visited Vi Kincheloe at Cawker City. Ava Knarr, Katheren Tickle and Michael attended the Shrine picnic at Johnson Green Acres Park nearAssaria and the Ringling Brothers Circus at the Kansas Coliseum near Wichita. They visited Karolen and Galen Thacker. Ava Knarr called on Dave Kadel. He is recovering from injuries sus- tained in an airplane crash. Above temperatures are being ex- perienced this past week after receiv- ing three inches of rain acouple weeks ago. Marilyn Griest entertained the D.D. and Ivah Hoard. Jerry and Jolene Strnad and Jesse, Munden, were supper guests of Dloyd and Linda Strnad, Supper guests of Ben and Shirley Free were Bob and Becky Roush, Luke and Samantha. Nelson and Merna Keeler. Man- kate, visited Brad Keeler. I serve the meal. Several men from the Ionia area went on the tour before supper. Wyatt Duskie, Gerit Wagner and Jeremy Simmelink are all new kinder- far'ten students this year. Wyatt and eremy go to school at Randall and Gerit goes to Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Loomis, Sammi, Colin and Jenna went to Pittsburg this weekend. It was Leon and Carol Divel's4Oth anniversary. 0~I Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Munroe Little and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moyer were Sunday dinner guests of Bill and Bridge Club. Alice Kadel will have Becky Loomis. After dinner at the club Sept. 3. Jeweli Apartments, a birthday party the hospttat m Salma undergoing sur- Then write the corresponding number gery, on the base board. [ Mankato Housing Authority. is accept~ sealed bids I [ for the ]Following Items for S~t]'te: .... [ | . Fax machine Type writer Two computer systemsI | Cordless phone Copy machine | | 30 Gall6n pull behind lawn sprayer (needs bar and tips) | | 24 Storm doors (four white and 20 silver) [ I Cedar.~ard~(,mU~ forh~,~t~) Pickup ramps I | Bids wall be accepted until noon Tuesday, Sept. 9 | | For more details call 785-37.8 3017 or stop by| [ .~, the office at 525 North Chnton, Mankato I i .0. I [ is looking for assistant cook at the [ I Junior-Senior High SchoolI I Applications may be picked up at the District Office at:. I I 301 N. west St. I ! Mankato, Kan. ! I (785-378-3102) I I The deadline for applications is i [ Wednesday, Sept. 3 at Noon. , [ ! USD NO. 278 is an EOE I OFHAYS Starting Monday, Sept. 8: We w/1/ be p/c 'ng up and deliverng your cleaning needs atthe CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK Highway.36 Mankato, Kan. 200 West 8th - Hays, Kan. 67601 with Howard and Gerald Mahin at Mitchell County Long Term Care. Bob and Betty St. John attended the monthly birthday party and program at Hilltop Lodge. Ben Black had the program and sang many of their favor- ite songs Sunday the St. Johns visited their daughter, Lynette Miller, Beloit. Cliff and Nevada Vetter and Char- lotte Finney attended a family reunion in Abilene. D.D. Bridge met with Marilyn Griest Aug. 20. Martha Lienberger was a guest. Joe and Maxine Anderson's recent guest was their daughter-in-law, Cheryl Anderson, who was spending a few days visiting her dad, Bill Taylor, and the Andersons. Bill and Julie Spiegel called on them Friday. Larry Ander- son called his parents Friday for a phone chat before he departed for Italy for athree-month teaching assignment. Phyllis and Junior Wilson visited his sister, AltaMae and Jesse Barnason, Red Cloud. Mildred Reece went to Manhattan with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clark where she was met by daughter, Lois. Mildred visited a week with Lois. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Early mornings are cool and de- lightful if you have time to walk or have a cup of coffee on the porch or patio Katydids keep their monoto- nous song ringing from unknown spots. Varied tunes from birds float softly from the trees. The nearby elevator is known by the hum-of motors supply- ing the lower tones of this August melody. A whist sound of a semi-truck's air brakes adds another dimension to the morning symphony. A pickup rattles by with a water tank in back. Dogs bark for their breakfast. Some- where in the distance, a cow bawls for its calf. Movement draws your eye to a rabbit nibbling on the dew-sparkled grass Any slight noise sends the small creature scurrying into the shelterbelt for cover. A person thrives on joy and the freshness of a country morning. Good fathers not only tell us how to live--they show us. Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Marje Johnson has been a the hospital in Salina the She'll be moved back to hospital soon. Chuck and Joyce Collins, Colo., came to with his mother. Susan Westmoreland, was in Salina' mother. Bobby Johnson Johnson made daily trips to Came Fry, Clay Center, Beloit hospital. Her funeral Osborne with burial in lived in Burr Oak for before moving to Downs Clay Center. Elsie Carper, Lebanon, Frasier's mother Vivian Reed received brother died. Services will later date. Bruce and Barb Ost Gunnison, Colo., came to grandmother, Geneva and Carol Garman joined they all DOn and Mary Modlin in Canada for a week. Visitors in the Barb and They are hosts at Harlan summer. Other visitors were and Bob Thorup, Smith Harold and Edythe Frances. talked to her sister. recentl) good and gaining strength Visitors of Wanda Sandy and Leland McCune, Melinda Howard, Edmond, Phil Howard, Andover. Don Modlin was United Methodist Dempsey spoke on "How to Life." Anna Belle Grubbs was to coffee hour. Hazel Korb was a guest of Larkie and Ed Kenesaw. Emery ing of the year will be Se at the senior center. You can say "I love time to listen. Closed for Labor Day I~ .... ~, \ -- , ,- ,,- Monday, Sept. . mtral uara,t, tate an, and National Bank Trust Company gl in Formoso and Mankato, Kan. ~ ~ Beloit, Kan. 785-738-3501 Toll Free 888-738-~ Esbon, Ka.. 70S.-725-3663 - .Burr Oak, Ka.. 78S.647.6621 will lie ei~ , E-mall'c~. t .ecom.'m~.-.uaran~. ! F on~n=,.kaKan.~~--~2 Monday, .1 o,,y, Headland Bank will be Closed on Monday, Sept. 1 In Observance of Lobar Day | Heartland Bank 120 S. Washington, Jewell, ~r LA RDAY All Jewell County offices and the Jewell County Solid Waste will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1 in observance of Labor Day. The Jewell County Commissioners will meet on of The Jamestown State Bank KAN. 66963 785-739. APPOINTMENT REQUIRED! I ~ We will be handling sunflowers for ~ i CLAUDINE BERRY, storage this fall! . ~ l s.,,.~..,~, Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction k MiDWlff---cNP coN, nmomNap--- / ,.. Lebanon, Kan. 785-389-5311 ~'~',~:~r~k "~'~':~*',,,~-,,,.-~.~'~'~'~ / i n Tuesday, Sept. 2 i i ---- 2003 SEED miimmme ---- WHEAT CLEANING Seed wheat cleaning and treating is available at the Midway Co-op Conditioning Plant Lebanon, Kan. " Treatment- Dividend Extreme Call for your appointment NOWl 785-389-5311 We wm offer Io~ sale to lhe hlghest I~kler at i~lk: at~llon Ihe ~ desc~b~ 122 8outh High 8hreet, MantraS, Kan. M 6 p.m. Wednesday, 17 GENERAL DESCRIPTION Three bedroom home with one bath. Central heat and air. Pacasetter storm single-car garage. Located on corner lot close to downtown. ( to move into. Home wilt be sold at auction "as LEGAL DESCRIPTION Part of Lots 7,8 and 9 commencing at the SW Comer of Block 48, feet, thence S 73 feet, thence SwLY 40 feet, thence W 20 feet to town of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas. TAXES L~02 tl~as m $~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~1.34. 2002 and all prior year taxes bald by to ciste of poeeasst0n. POSSESSION Immediate upon final sett~t. TERMS 20 peocent down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty Insurance is used, ~ and buyer wlll pay equally on premium. ALL LIC~ OF MIKI(ISI.SEN REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION ARE ACTING AGENT. FOR VIEWING, CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN, REAL ESTATE BROKE,~ OR BARBARA BOTHWELL AT 78S.37&3833.