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Area News Robert= HoW n guest last week- rwereCleta Elsie Gabe and Patrlcla Center Sweet Adelines at the Sn~th County Barbershop Show, Sat., ) local ladies are members Bette Willmeth and ~! i guests of Frank were Jeff, Janell of North Platte, NE and Angle Brandon, Opal Brandon of by for a visit in the grandchildren, and :th Wheat weekend to his 88th birth- Jerry and Mlcheal r Tatro of Concordia Holdren home on home from Hays to with her mother, night. and Maxine Worick hospital in Beloit. Several Jewell people attended me State Fair in Hutchinson over the last two weeks. Carol Menhusen reports her mother is showing improvement at the Rehab Center in Salina. The Sept. birthday party was held at the dewell Variety, Llllian Seamans won the green plant. Cake and apple rolls were enjoyed by all. Loretta Hutchinson and Donna Farwell left Saturday for Texas to be with her niece, Exile St. John, who have major surgery on Monday. Steve and Karen Mclntyre spent the weekend in Ulysses attending the wed- ding of her youngest sister, Dianna Dixon. Patrlcia Kemmerer met other class- mates for a mid afternoon break at a Mankato care on Monday. Others pres- ent were Lila Mizner and Wanda Bohnert, Man kato, Fawna Barrett, Randall and Maxine McAlavey, Moses Lake, W& The first meeting of the community womens Bible Study will be held on Saturday from 8-9 a.m. The subject is Trtals-Don't Resent Them as Intruders. Ja'cque Williams will be the leader. The class will be held in different homes. Ten high schoo! students from Smith Center gave a most enjoyable program at the Evangelical Free Church this past week. They were accompanied by parents and two large vans it took to carry the stages and equipment for their puppet show. News Fairly, a Junior fel- College in 1912 falls in love with the dan- Daisy, whom he to one morning after a the Rose by Barbara her brother suddenly Dalna Reed is determined Posing as a landscape arrives at home where seen--the Nicholson's r mansion, as threats COmplicate her mission. McCaffrey--Afra fell she was born, nurtured her tele- as she has grown and however, the youngwoman demonstrates that she has a mind of her own. Fanta C by Sandra Brown--Eliza- beth Burke, a young widow with two small children, finds fulfillment in her secret erotic daydreams, until real passion steps into her life in the person of Thad Randolph. Texas: Lucky by Sandra Brown-- When the redhead he had rescued in a seedy bar mysteriously disappears, ladies' man Lucky Tyler begins a des- perate search for the woman. Hearts of Glass by Nicole Jeffords-- Charlotte, a woman of Main Line Phllly breeding; Musette, a beautiful model; and Gwen. a celebrated novelist, battle the demons ofalcohollsm as tragic love affairs and family secrets threaten their recoveW. Ava M. Kelley, librarian VOTE September 23, 1992 ,Th~ J~w~ll Cosmt~ Post. 19 Ionia Area News By aa. , On Monday evening Wendell and Karen Moyer attended ~the 25th sur- prise wedding anniversary for John and Carol Stober at the Sportsman Cafe in Glen Elder. Brad, Travis and Vanessa Engelbert spent the weekend with Harold and Neva Shoemaker. They all attended the volleyball game in Glen Elder on Satur- day to see Danelle Shoemaker play with the St. Johns team of Beloit. Ferna llene Louder, Irving, CA, was a Wednesday night guest Of Garrett and Dorothea Phillips. Ferna Ilene attended her grandmother, Arlene Shoemakers, graveslde services in Burr Oak on Monday. Garrett and Dorothea and Ferna Ilene enjoyed eating dinner at~l're Ionia Cafe on Thursday. She left for Hays ~d'Th~rsda~ afternoon to be in a wedding of her friend orl Saturday. Russ and Sandra Henningsen, Hays, were house guests of Rex and Janlce Henningsen over the weekend. Von, Cindy and Cole Joined them for supper on Saturday evening. Levi attended the KSU Band Day in Manhattan and the footbaU game. Susan Schlaefli enjoyed playing with the Mankato band and Jessie Simme- link with the Jewell band at the KSU Band Day and football game on Satur- day. Nellie Compton, Fern Tucker and Mary VanWey went to the card party in Glen Elder on Tuesday evening. Ruby Sutton had surgew at the Mitchell County Hospital in BeIoit on Monday and returned home on Tues- day. l~Nell and LaNay Garrett visited at the Rex Henningsen home on Saturday afternoon. Buford and Fern Tucker enjoyed attending Reeces cousins family reun- ion in Jewell at the Betty Newton home. M/M Russ Henningsen, Hays, and M/M RexHenningsen attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house of Sandra's grandparents. Carl and Opal McElroy, in Randall on Sunday at the school gym. M/M Wendell Moyer, Debra and Damon Behnert spent the weekend at the Kansas State Fair. Darrell was an exhibitor at the fair. They also visited the Terry Moyer family in Lindsborg Friday evening. Richard and Pearl Diers, Concordia, and Don and Ruby Sutton visited and ate supper in Glen Elder on Wednesday evening. Marie Burdett and Frances Rathbun visited on Saturday with Garnett Tho- .-Inas. Dorothy Boeskool and I~rraine Frye spent the afternoon on Sunday with Betty Howland in Bellevige. Callers at the Ruby Sutton home this week were Frances Rathbun, Fern Tucker, Winnie Wilson and Connie Schmldt. Terry and Rosalee Phillips, L.D. and Elizabeth Smith, Vanessa and Megan, Scott City, were Labor Day weekend guests of the Garrett Phillips. Dorothy Boeskool worked at the thrift shop in Downs on Saturday. Rex and Janlce Henningsen spent Wednesday night with Johan Menhusen in Salina and on Thursday they all attended the Kansas State Fair. Adam Rose and Wayne Havice were cheerful greeters for church on Sun- day. Vanessa Engelbert and Kamie Thomas were candlelighters. Vanessa and Ann Colson played a duet on the piano for special music. Mary VanWey had wild flower bouquets on the altar. Janlce helped with chikirens stoW time. Arnold and Mabel Rose were ushers. Keri Rathbun visited Kesha Thomas on Saturday afternoon. Jim Stone's Gun Shop New & Used Cleaning & Repair Olive Hill Road- 913/647-8071 Please help us give you the best possible coverage of your news or events--get items to us on Thurs- day and Friday, Box 305, Mankato, 66956 a Call need us, for or to answer we're u the bcmt competitive prk:,s. i numbor J Drug, Inc. eoncord I . 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