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Randall By Fawna Barrett ] Pauline McMillan and MarciaNulty met Monica Nulty in Salina for a day together. Merlin and Carolyn Dixon were weekend guests oftheirdaughter, Kristi and Phil Vetter and family. They ac- companied them to the Kansas State Fair. Steph, Brad, Shelby and Sydney hosted a party after the Lions water- melon feed Sunday evening to honor Jake's ninth birthday. Cake and ice cream were served toTroy and Allison Carlgren and family, Marvel Beeler, Shirley and Don Bigham, Jeanette and Donald Barrett, Charli and Don Barrett. Corbin Greene was an overnight guest of Jake. Neighbors and friends brought trac- tors and equipment to the David Kadel farm to work his wheat ground. David is recovering from injuries from a plane crash. Alice Kadel, his mother, fur- nished the noon lunch tor the workers. A large crowd attended the Lions Hot Dog and Watermelon feed at the Randall Park Sunday evening. It was probably one of the nicest nights, weatherwise, in the history of this an- nual event. Joe and Maxine Anderson accom- panied Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson to Topeka to attend the rehearsal and wedding of David and Karlun Callanan at the Presbyterian Church in Topeka. The reception was held on the campus of Washburn University. David is the son of Sharman (Anderson) and Jim Callanan, Lee's Summit, Me. All of the Anderson family except Larry were present for the festivities. Others from here attending were Ruth Rhodes, who rode with her son, Bill Rhodes and his wife• They newlyweds left early the next morning for a honeymoon in Cancun, They will live in Topeka. Fawna Barrett and Susan's mother, Gloria Westerman, were guests of Ferris and Susan Barrett, Kelsie and Haley. They attended a grandparent's lunc h at St• Cecelia's School, Haysville, as guests of Haley. Fawna visited Natalie Wood, Solomon, Monday af- ternoon. They called on Harvey and Pat Wood. Harvey is recovering from recent surgery. Jerrod Wilson and Donette Kost, Hutchinson, visited Phyllis and Junior Wilson. Last Wednesday, Kim and Kyle Hoppe and family were their guests fbr cake and ice cream as they celebrated Alec's birthday Randall United Church Women met Sept, 3 for a day of quilting on the bazaar queen size quilt and baby quilt. Roll call was answered with "Tales from School," Phyllis Wilson had de- votions, "Soul Tending," from "Front Porch Tales' by Paul Gulley. She read a prayer poem. Shirley Rank was hostess. Make the punishment fit the crime. Local quilter creates Confederate quilt~ Robbie Rothchild, Mankato, has created a Confederate flag quilt and it is headed to South Carolina. While visiting her children in Summerville, S.C., in June, Robbie's granddaughter requested her~ grandmother's help in making a Con- federate flag quilt. While shopping, Robbie met Carolyn and Frank Price, owners of a shop that sells Confederate items. When Carolyn Price learned what Robbie and her granddaughter were doing, she asked Robbie to make hei" a Confederate quilt. Robbie agreed, if Price would furnish the fabric. After the fabric was purchased, Robbie had Carolyn place the fabric • squares where she wanted them on Carolyn's bed and the squares were pinned together, Robbie brought the pinned quilt top to her home in Man- kate and began piecing and Mrs. Koster of Downs machine quilted the top. The Confederate quilt is now com- pleted and ready to be shipped to Price. According to Robbie, this is the most expensive quilt she has made and the cost of the material was more than $800. Formoso By Elaine Clark Jamie McFarlane broke his ankle Aug. 24 and is on crutches. Robert and Ada Grimm visited Becky Huber. Katherine Grimes and Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, and Bob and Gen Grimes, Cheney, Wash., visited Ann Keeler last week. Edna Engle returned home Tues- day after a three week visit with Kenny and Kristy Guy and Bobby, and Preston and Kim Pelkey, Lacie and Cody, all of Hutchinson. Kathy McMartin and Jerrica, Las Vegas, arrived Tuesday for a visit with Lisa McFarlane, Jamie and Alexis. Robert and Ada Grimm were visi- tors of Lonnie and Sheila Myers, Sa- vannah and Gatlin, Jewell. Bob and Gen Grimes, Cheney, Wash., and Katherine Grimes, Man- kate, visited Brad Keeler. Howard and Louise Field visited Melvin Boyer and Ralph Spiegel at rest homes in Beloit. lla Nelson returned home Wednes- day after caring for her cousin, Leona Logue, at Wichita. Leona passed away Aug~ 26. Ann Keeler visited Maxine Dempsey at Mankat& Corey" Haskins and Dalton Barth played in the Mankatojunior high soap scrimmage. James and Shelly Haskins and Kyle attended. Jackie Jensen and friends were visi- tors of Gloria Massey. Darla Lewis, Leoti, arrived Thurs- day evening for a visit with Dioyd and [ i IIIIIIIHI I I III IIIIII I III IIIII II II I at the Mankato, Kan. Sweden Creme parking lot Thursday, Sept. 11 • 4-6 p.m. Sweden greme III 610 E. South ? Manka!o, Kan. 66956 *** Superior Auction House *** East edge of Superior, Neb. on Highway 8 Open for Deliveries: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. • Sunday, Sept.14 - Wednesday, Sept. 17 CONSIGNMENT SALE ThursdaY, Sept. 18- 1 pam. Indoor facility Seating available * Easy parking Lunch stand RHODABELLE LOWERY ESTATE and household of Doris Christensen, Vernon Johnson and other cons,gneis" Early l./s~ THE RANDALL BRANCH VEHICLES: 1992 Buick Roadmaster; 1984 Ford Van with 380 motor EQUIPMENT: Log Splitter; Anhydrous Applicator; Trailer load of windmill parts: Fans, tails, windmill tower. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 25 Iron wheels; Horse-drawn equipment; Complete windmill pump. Oak highboy with backsplash; Oak Serpentine dresser with fancy mirror; Oak Abemathy library table; Straight-front oak dresser with mirror; Four-stack oak bookcase (no doors); Four-mission oak solid seat chairs; Round oak table (painted green); Two cabinets; Graniteware; Collection of Mexican pottery 'ftautas' flutes; Pocket knives; Vases; paperweight; Two paper mache rabbit"s; Cast iron floor lamps; Lamp stands; Old handtools; Handwork and linens; Dishes; Wall pockets; Etched stem ware; Bird spice group; Sa.lt-pepper sets; Old records, several 45s; Old hats; Hat box; Purses; Depression glass; Hammered metal trays; Figurines; Small crystal bud vases; Wash tubs; Old, red Swedish chest; Swedish linens; Swedish memorabilia; Square coffee gri~ Old ~ks; Old irons; Jars; Many primitives and iron pieces not listed.HOUSEHOLD: Kitchen table with fourchairs; Refrigerator, nicer; Washerand dryer; Bedding; I Blankets; Linens; Sectional couch; Pictures; Wall decor, Chairs; Lamps; | Books; Plain stem ware; Roaster; Toester, Glsssware; Dishes Smadl ~iances; I Cookware; White enamel wa~; Utensils; Yard equipment. ANIMALS: 50 plus I poultry and rabbits. OTHER. Large quantity of hand tools. I MANY ES TA TE BOXES NOT UNPACKED A T T/ME OF LIST/NG. I /,CORE COMING #V DAIL Y Information, listings, appointments and pickups: Larry McCord 402-879- 3082 and Bob Danehey, aucuoneer: 402-756-4276 . .. (with an.swer machines) . .. rlowara P'ansn ano uam unnnacner - asslsnng *Any announcements made the day of ~.lp take precedence over any other written matter. i i i I ii iii Rabble Rothchild, Mankato, whose hobby is making quilts, recently completed this Confederate flag quilt for a woman in South Carolina. Fabric for the quilt cost more than $800. ii i Linda Strnad• Howard and Louise Field visited Ruby Stafford at Belleville Health Care. Mankato Elementary students and families attended school carnival Fri- day evening. (Last week's news) Labor Day weekend guest of Brad Keeler were Larry and Glenda Keeler, Tonganoxie, Kevin and Jolene Harper, Wichita, Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, and Rosemay Doxon, Jewell. Mary Jane Armstrong and Gay, LaJunta, Colo., were Labor Day week- end guests of Bill and Connie Smith. Phyllis Smith, Mankato, jointed them for Sunday dinner. Curt and Jody Free and Anika, Salina, were Labor Day weekend guest of Ben and Shirley Free. Bob and Becky Roush and Luke joined them. Labor Day weekend guests of Steve and Lorieta Du'nstan were Mindy Dunstan and Tyler Dunstan, Manhat- tan, and Russell Dunstan, Salina. Dan and Lynn Dempsey camped at Lovewell Lake Labor Day weekend. Wayne and Rita Allen returned home Labor Day weekend after vaca- tioning for a week in Colorado and Utah. Labor Day weekend guests of Kenny and Becky Huber were Jim and Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey, Robert and Ada Grimm and Brittany Massey, Hardy. Janet Higer brought,lunch Tues- day and ate with Becky. Other visitors last week were Ada Grimm, Gloria Massey and Jerry Lynn and Candy Massey, Bruce and Lillie, Hardy. Kevin and Jolene Harper, Wichita, were Labor Day weekend guests of Ann Keeler. Saturday evening they visited Katherine Grimes and Nelson and Merna Keeler at Mankato. Sunday they visited Brad Keeler, Larry and Glenda Keeler, Henry and Mary Smies and Charlie Smies. Labor Day weekend guests of Rob- ert Sloan and fiance, Vilma "Concepcion, were Anthony Sloan, Keamey, Ada Sloan, Salina, Julie Gal- loway and Shawn and Debbie Golloway, St. Louis, and Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark. Formoso Senior Citizens met on Labor Day with nine attending for din- ner and a short business meeting.. Visitors of Joyce Patrick were Gene and Elaine Clark, Vera Reed and Tony and Becky Patrick, Salina. Gary and Chrystal Massey, Clifford, Brittany and Cody, Candy Massey, Bruce and Lillie, all of Hardy, and Gloria Massey visited Robert and Ada .Grimm. John Peters had lunch in Salina with Perneli Peters, Topeka. Lorieta Dunstan and Tyler were in Lt. Louis Wednesday so Tyler could have the cast taken off his leg. Trenton Mitchell was a Friday and Saturday guests of his grandparents, Dale and Ivah Hoard. John and Patty Pillard, Salina, were weekend guests of Wayne and Rita Allen. They had supper Saturday in Mankato to celebrate Wayne's birth- day. \ Renee Holmes and gra'ndson, Ethan, Hesston, were weekend~guests of Forrest Dempsey• Don and Ruth Fleming, Mark and Karla Fleming, Amanda, Levi and Kyle, Paul and Angela Fleming, Lee's Sumit, Me., were guests ofRita Koehn at Lawrence. Ruth and Rita celebrated their 60th birthday with 75 family members and friends attending. Matt Howell, Hays, was Labor Day weekend guest of Jim and Nancy Howell. Robert and Ada Grimm were Satur- day visitors of Lonnie and Sheila Myers, Savannah and Gatlin, Jewell. They celebrated Savannah's 16th birth- day. Others attending were Leverne and June Myers, Gaylor, Kenny and Marta Chandler, Randall, and Pastor Wayne and Karla Fiegel, Jewell. "Pick Your Own" Jonathans!!! Pumpkins and Squash, Depot Frozen Apple Cider Special., ..... .$.399'1o. and Fall decorating items 1101 30 Rd., Courtland, Kan. • 785-374-4255 One mile north, of Courtland, Karl., on Highway, 36 i Put a kick into your financial future A full-service bank Covers all your banking needs Checking - Savings - Loans - Safety deposit boxes Certificates of deposits RANDALL, KAN. 66963 J~i~a 785-739-2212 -JE.a.~ iii iiiiii i ii i i i i Consignment Livestock Auction (small and large animals) Sunday, Sept. 21 1:30 p.m. Jewell County Fairgrounds Mankato, Kan. Already consigned: poultry (sold in cages), donkeys, ponies and small and large animal items/equipment Consignments also taken day of auction Contact: Cody Murray, Auctioneer 785-378-3586 Becky Huber and Janet Higer, Travis, Tycen and Mason, Mankato, had lunch in Concordia Saturday. Howard Field was a Saturday visi- tor of Howard Ross. Clifford Massey and Bruce Massey, Hardy, were Saturday overnight guests of Robert and Ada Grimm. Dloyd and Linda Strnad attended the Kansas Sate Fair Sunday with Jerry and Wave Nekuda, Wichita. Howard and Lousie Field, Pastor Bob Elwell, and Rosemary Doxon, Jewell, had Sunday dinner at Scandia. Nelson and Mema Keeler, Mankato, were Sunday evening visitors of Ann Keeler. Kenny and Becky Huber and Rob- ert and Ada Grimm were Sunday evening guests of Dan and Janet Higer, Travis, Tycen and Mason, Mankato. They celebrated Tycen's 4th birthday. III II Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs |,mH, m i I Hazel Korb is a patient in St. Johns, Salina, for therapy and recuperation. Bob Korb, Larkie and Ed Searcy, Nancy Aspegren, Marie Pinson and Janice and Terry McCutcheon have visited her. Kerry Waugh, Manhattan, was home for the weekend• Wanda Fraiser's mother, Elsie Carper, Lebanon, is home from the hospital recuperating. Skylar Fraiser, Lawrence, was home for the weekend. Wanda, Doug, Skylar and Caleb visited her mother• Those con!lag foL~.[he Jimmy McCormick memorial services were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Fogo, Karen Sue and Mike Fogo, Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick, Rada Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benedict, Jean Bell, Mary Ann Foley, Mr. and Mrs. John Garman and Jessica, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kilgore and Megan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharp, Hazel Fogo Stanley and hus- band, Bob Siehert and Alan Anderson. Phil and Trela Howard, Wee Howard and friend, Andover, Brian and Jeanette Howard and Melinda, Edmond, Okla., were weekend guests of Wanda Howard, Denise Gunn and Cori. Greta Sherman and Charlie Will- iams, Toronto, called on Wilma Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norris and daughter have moved into the Danafer farm house. Lance Barnes, Red Cloud, was a ' weekend guest of grandparents Cliff and Glenny Barnes, Lou Ann Harris handed out 20 dozen roses on Good Neighbor Day. The recipients shared with others. Guests of Barbara and Warren White were Cindy Maruniak, Englewood, Colo., Le Ann Sinks and Thursday, September 1 t, 2003 Dorothy Oliver. Visitors of Marjorie Johnson in the hospital and since coming home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byers, Wanda Howard, Midge Oliver, Anna Belle Grubbs, Nancy McCorkle, Glenny Barnes, Edna Fogo, Madeline McMains, GenevaGarman, Mary Ann Foley, Louise Korb, Lyle and Eliza- beth Reece, Barb Howard, Denise Gunn and Cori, Becky Underwood, Deb Underwood, Mary Modlin, Lorie Waugh, Glenadean Terrill, Bobby and Marilyn Johnson, Jerod Johnson and Brandy Burkhart, Chuck and Joyce Johnson, Susan Figgie, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Figgie and family. Rosie Damon and Wilma Underwood were in Beloit. Vivian Reed, Geneva Garman and Wilma Underwood had dinner together in Beloit, then went for a drive. Winnie McNichols was hostess to the Monday morning Bible Study. Anna Belle and Homer Grubbs at- tended the retirement reception honor- ing Dwight Frost, rural letter carrier for 33 years, at the Esbon Senior Cen- ter. Northbranch By Ruth Glover Because of rainy weather, "Church in the Park" was changed from the Red Cloud Park to the Northbranch annex. A large crowd was in attendance for both the service and meal following. Pastor Ken Smith opened the meeting with greetings and prayer. Rosetta Jeffery led in group singing and pastor Les Ellis gave a children's demonstra- tion. Music was'-two songs by the children and a song by the male quartet from Northbranch. Ken Smith gave the message. Friends Women will meet at the church Sept. 1"I at 2 p.m. J.A.M. (Jesus and Me) begins Sept. 17 at the Burr Oak Methodist Church after school. There will be groups for kindergarten through eighth grade. The fall area rally is Sept. 21 at the Waconda Lake. Boating begins at 3 p.m. with potluck meal at 5:30. John Penrose and the Interfaith Ministries Drama Team will have a service at 6:30. LaDoyt and Jeanette Mosier and family, Savannah, Ga., visited a few days with her parents, Norman and Velma Lee Smuck. They went to Alton to visit Homer and Lois Smuck. Betty Wallace and Erma Dillon were in Hastings one day to celebrate their birthdays• Lori Dillon was an overnight guest of John and Erma Dillon. She was on her way home to Wichita from visiting other relatives. Tim and WandaWarner and Allison went to Norton to visit her mother, Zeta Zellmer. Bud Lewis and Bobbi Kay were overnight guests of his sister, Lonnie Buckley and Earl. Kerm and Loyce Jeffery joined them for a cafe dinner in the evening. Glen and Patsy Warner went out to eat one evening to celebrate their wed- ding anniversary. While there they met Harvey and Jane Diehl and visited. Nicole Jeffery, Mankato, was an overnight guest of her grandparents, Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery, and went to church with them Sunday. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Many white heralds swirled and dipped as they hovered over a bloom- ing alfalfa field announcing the com- ing of the Monarch butterflies. Gently caressing a cheek, the top of a human head or the wild grasses, the graceful, quick movements of these delicate white butterflies are glorious. Whether drinking nectar from the alfalfa or the early morning dew, these tiny creatures appear to feast on life, sunshine, warmth and the soft breeze. Maybe they are playing games of tag or wing-float as they explore and re- discover the K,3nsas landscape. Aislinn, l_xxtgepole, Neb. In a few days to a week, the Men- Anna Belle Ruggles, Paso Robles, archs should come through on their Calif., and Floye Parmenter, Lake semiannual migration trek; this one is Isabella, Calif., are visiting their sister, the long way south for the winter. ! Fall Sports Season is Here! Use us for all your needs; •Ointrnents • Wraps • Pharmacy Supplies The latest in perfUmes and colognes Fall wrapped Russell Stover Candies Gift and decorating ideas Shop locally Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125N. Commercial * Mankato, /(an. , 785-378-3183. I JEWELL COUNTY RECOR Odessa-Dentoni By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenb¢ ited Wilbur Oberts Monday ev Ernie and l Elsie Carper at a Salina week. Steven Obert was guest of Wilbur Oberts. Jeanette Luke took Mr. Wilbur Ohert to ternoon. Wednesday morning Ruth the Good Samaritan Hospital e an artery ballooned and Jeanette Luke and the home Thursday. . Elsie Carper came home hospital Thursday afternoon. Dave tal the past week. Nola Bess Atwood was garden goodies in Odessa hood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert the reception for Dwi Mr. and Mrs. Kenn' fifth birthday party for day at the Park in Smith Dorintha Standley attended (Last week's news) Martha Peterson visited Kattenbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry girls visited Emie Kattenbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ritter' Maude Keller Audrey Young took dinner a with Maude Keller. Dorintha Standley visited Feldman at Smith Center. Jeanette Luke was at Wilbur and did some yard work. Lillie Haresnape fell and head. She was taken to~ is doing okay now. _ Virginia Alexander an, ters were at church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mariz ebrated their birthdays with dinner at Lebanon. Mildred Thummel 100th birthday Sunday with house at Esbon Senior( Steven Obert and Dixi visitors of Wilbur Oberts. Olive Hill Visitors during the ing worship service at the Church were Monte Bean and Lois Bean, Beloit. David Stenzel, missionaries to in charge of adult Sunday worship services. Ushers Johnson and Bill Blauvelt. The Olive Hill Church tion hosted a potluck supper evening for the Stenzels. Ril and Deanna Sbelton had program. Jacqueline Boyles was Aug. 31 for teaching for 40 years at the Olive Hill David and Jean Stenzei visiting with his mother, Stenzel, WaKeeney, Kan. Harley Schuster was her sixth birthday with a homeSunda3 Melissa and Wyatt Schuster, guests attending friend, Lois Bean and Matt Beloit, Merrill and Jamestown, Melinda and Kyl, Phillipsburg, Zelda Schuster and Jean Schuster, Twila Tonya and Walker Cool, Visitors of Wilma Andrews week were George and Artheal Mema Lee Wester, Adeline and Mary Jane Mohler. Donnaand Gar] Saturday visitors of Vera took Vera to the Olive Hill potluck supper. Dennis his mother several times the Gerald and Jacqueline Stanley and Virginia Johnson, City, at ~t cafe near Aurora had dinner together. Amanda Eakins, weekendguestofDarren and Allison Thompson. Anya are classmates. Ruth and Larry Saturday visitors of her Ross. Mildred Reece Randall, nied Jim and Marie le Stone t Sunday where they attende . dinner at the home of.Joe ana; Conrad. Harold and Lorna ~ rilto~ Monday evening visitors in tl~ of Terry, Janice and Justin ,'lcL-~ and visited with Shane 1~ [cCta Lexington, Ky. H,= is her help parents for a few weeks with iltly. Richard and Gloria Gli Schlaefli were Sunday of Gerald and Jacqueline Superior cafe. In the Boyles attendedthe tirement open house at nior Citizens Center. Robert Harvey attended Methodist ChurCh, Republic,' evening. Pauline Hanson, Oak, was; noon visitor Callers the past week Hasemeyer home were Cad l John and Jo issa, Laeey and Miranda Rosemary and Hasemeyer went to they visited in the home Rogers. Mankato City Connects: Center; N. Center. Disconnects: Joni and Meier, 206 N. Center; Tracey Schoenberger, 307