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IE'~ELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Sepiember 25, 2003 Randall GFWC hosts Waite marry districtmeeting Randall GFWC of Kansas Progres- .Manhattan church More Catholic Church, was the scene for the wed- Jennifer Dawn Brummer, of Kenneth and Joanne and Jarad Michael son of Michael and Connie and Janet and Daniel on May 31. Don Zimmerman offici- it the double ring ceremony and the Nuptial Mass. ~bride was given in marriage by Carrie Waite, Manhattan, was maid of honor. were Stephanie Seneca, and Melissa Manhattan, sisters of the land Jenny Brummer, Tipton, of the bride. flower girl was Haley Tiernan. bearer was Isaac Grennan, Colo. man was Dustin Waite, Man- groom. Grooms- Dan Brubeck, Marysville, St. Louis, Mo., and plan, brother of the were Tim and Jes- Wichita. Ushers were Shamet, Mission, and Seth , Mo., Matt Grennan, , and Steve Tiernan, the Manhattan String Vocalists were Heather and Shane Neel, Man- Piano accompanist was Murrow, Tipton. out programs and favors Grennan, Broomfield, Justin Brummer, Tipton, Seneca, nephews of the families at Burr Oak Scarrow reunion was held !at the Burr Oak Senior Citi- attending were Percy and Garnett; Guy and Patsy Junction, Ariz.; Bill Neeley, Northglenn, Colo.; Sabetha; Melissa y, Kataline and Johnathan Onieda; Darrell and Brittany , Colo.; Vickie and Ingalls; Bill and Derriah and Naomi Maestas, Colo.; Anna Scarrow, Shirley Scarrow, Keamey, Peters, Bird City; Anna Paso Rubles, Calif.; Lake Isabella, Ca- Potter and Vickie Iway, Iowa; Tamara, Angel leb Hornkohl, Marysville; Run Oliver,, Woodward, Gloria Phelps, Don Phelps and Dane Phelps, and Sharon Scarrow, Fair- Wichita;Diana Lochbuie, Colo.; Higg and ins, Bird City; Troy, Rose, Shawn, and McKenzie Glenvil Neb.; Jerod and $11Trerior, Neb.; Ladonna , Edwards, Weynoka, Okla. and Kathy Hollis, Chris Iron and Shawn ~oodward, Okla.; Kenny, Sarah and Erin Oliver, L; Darla and Glen Lawson and Litchfield, Neb.; Lynn Jennifer and Jarad WaRe Jennifer Jansonius, Lenexa, and Keely Mead, Liberal, were in charge of the guest book. A reception, dinner and dance were at the Wareham Opera House, Man- hattan. Hostsand hostesses were Leon and JanetEck, Tipton; and Rene and Denise Chabonneau, Clay Center. A wedding rehearsal dinner was hosted May 30 by Michael and Connie Waite and Janet and Daniel Legg at Ramblers Steak House, Manhattan The bride is a graduate of Tipton High School. She received a bachelor of science degree from Kansas State University and works at the University College of Veterinary Medicine. The groom graduated from Osborne High School and received a bachelor of sci- ence degree from K-State. He re- ceived his doctorate of optometry de- gree from the University of Missouri- St. Louis and is practicing optometry with Dr. Paul E. Bullock, Manhattan. The couple live in Manhattan. Union Chapel UMW hear about G1deons Members of Union Chapel United Methodist Women met for the-Sep- tember meeting at Lebanon United Methodist Church where a program was presented by Jean Overmiller affd Audrey Gibson about the Gideons Me- morial Bible Program. Kim Davis, president, presided. Routine business was conducted. Children's book collected for Ashby House, Salina, are to be delivered. Kim Davis read a thank you letter from the SASA House in Hastings. Announcements included an invi- tation from Red Cloud UMW to a salad luncheon on Sept. 19 at 12:30 p.m. ; group approved completion of this year's Five Star program; group will give Ann Colson a card from the Gideon Memorial Bible Pr0grara; Kim Gillett will take over the historian office; edu- cation for missions officer need to be filled; discussed having a Bible study instead of using theUMW lessons next year; members are to bring ideas for the lessons to the November meeting. Kim Davis presented the lesson, "Praying Hands." _._. " The next meeting. Oct. 2, is at the church. Ann Colson will present the program. Each member is to bring cookies for refreshments. The mission project will be the Jewell County Food Pantry. Members are to bring a friend and quilts. Lois Ellis was hostess. si ve Study Club and Delphos Women' s Club hosted the Sixth District Conven- tion at the Jewell Community Center Friday afternoon and Saturday. Those arriving early visited the Palmer Museum and the Lincoln Room at the Reed and Marilyn Griest home. Nevada Vetter, district president, conducted the meetings. Other offic- ers are Gloria Folkers, WaKeeney, president-elect; Chris Allison, Delphos, secretary, and Diane O'Connor, Ellsworth, treasurer. Other Progressive Study Club mem- bers serving on the board are Elaine Peters, Theresa Baxa and Lynell Sheahan. Nearly 50 women attended. Citizenship Essay winner Amanda Fogle read her essay, "How Sept. 11, 2001, Changed Our Country." Judy Hill, Jamestown, spoke about "Orphan Trains." Judy is among the activists who worked to have the storage center of records and displays from the Or- phan Trains moved to Concordia. Saturday's activities were judging of the crafts and art, the business meet- ing and reports from department chair- men. GFWC of Kansas President Anita Pfister was the morning speaker. Joyce Hedstrom, Courtland, gave a book re- view, "From Estrogen to Death," by. Barbara Johnson. WaKeeney repre- sentatives issued the invitation for the September 2004 annual meeting. Entertainment Friday was vocal numbers by Ashley Lienberger and Kristi Vetter. Saturday, Emily Bur- gess accompanied Laura Bull's saxo- phone solos Meals were served by the Jewell American Legion Auxiliary and the Jeweil Day Care board. A tour of the Day Care was given. Births StaffSgt. Bill and Char Anna Flippo announce the birth of their son, Nathan Alexander, born Aug. 28. He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long. He has a brother, Shawn. Grand- parents are Edwin and Pauline Hood, Mankato, Bill Flippo Sr., Winfield, and Cindy Flippo, Lawrence. Nebraska couple tell of engagement Mankato; Preston Lisa Carlton and Addysen, Gary, Cindy, Kaylin and ; Carlene and and Van Scarrow, Salina; Wichita; Roy and perior. Y andRuthie Oilmore, Omaha, Penna, Wichita; Sharon Wamego; Dorothy Betina Diamond and Allen Weidman, both of Columbus, Neb., mond of Columbus and the late Larry Diamond, is a graduate of Columbus High School. Weidman, son of Carl and Deb Weidman, Gothenburg, Neb., is a graduate of Gothenburg High School. Both are employed at B-D. Reeds celebrate 40th anniversary Run and Dianna Reed celebrated their 40th anniversary Sunday with a family dinner at noon. An open house in the afternoon was held at the Esbon Senior Center Hosts for the occasion were their children: Jim Reed, Esbon, Tanna Walker, Salina, and Ron's sister, LavernaMizner, Mankato. They have six grandchildren. Ronald Reed and the former Dianna Rogers were married Sept. 22, 1963, in Flagler, Colo. They own and operate Reed's Dairy with their son, Jim and wife, Linda~ Dianna also works at the Guaranty State Bank, Esbon. announce .their engagement. Diamond, daughter ofJerilyn Dia- Anderson speaks at Trinity UMW meeting Methodist Women hear shepherdess Jean Davis, district shepherdess, presented the programTor a recent meeting of Harmony United Method- ist Women, Mankato. "Fruits of the Spirits" was her theme and she used visuals. She told of the gifts of quali- ties and how they affect our lives. Roma Grout, president, presided at the business meeting. Announcements included Mini School of Missions Oct. 3-4 at Camp Lakeside; Concordia District Meeting Oct. 18 at Osborne Methodist Church, In gathering is for the Osborne County Ministerial Alliance. Non perishable items or cash will be appreciated. Nominating committee presented a slate of officers that were accepted. Marjorie Murray gave a report for the reading program from a book Gold in Your Memories by Marcina Wiederkehr. Crystal Cosand reported 'from Re- sponse Magazine. Study Club meets at Randall Members of GFWC of Kansas Pro- gressive Study Club agreed this year' s project is to make green felt Christmas trees for veterans room when they met recently. Karen McIntyre is a new member of the group. Elaine Peters conducted the meet .... ingand, gaveatalkonhe~goalsf~ TJ~e next meeting is Oct. 2from 10 year. Roll call was answered with a.m. to 3 p.m., wlth a sack lunch and convention memories. LyneliSheahan business meeting. reviewed summer activities at the li- Hostesses were Bethany Roe and brary and thecommunity booster meet- Margaret Colson of Rebecca Circle. rag. The library board will have a soup dinner Oct. 26. "Make a Difference Day," reading to children, will take place during the dinner. Fawna Barrett was elected delegate to Sixth District Convention. Packets were prepared for that and duties as- signed. Nevada Verier reviewed the GFWC Magazine about the International Con- ~. ventmn in Little Rock, Ark. Monica Hoel was hostess. Kan. Farm Bureau honors Wood family for farm ownership ~P Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wood spent two days attending the Kansas State Fair held at Hutchinson. They received a Certificate of Recognition for more ,~ than 100 years of family farm owner- ship. Their farm was titled to John Harkins, Mr. Wood's grandfather, in 1882. This was sponsored by Kansas Farm Bureau who furnished the program and a buffet for 170 participants from all over the state. Quitting the ~ business sale! All products at 40/0 off[ Now until everything gone Call or stop by: Linda Payne '~ankato, Kan. * 785-378-3802 Russell visits in Mankato Sarah Jane Russell, Lawrence, spent Sunday through Wednesday at the home of Jerry and Alice Kinsey. She also visited Alice Hanson, Vera Walker, Katherine Grimes and Dor- othy Leonard. "St~r ~ ,and~" now at: 6ET-A-TAN Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3802 AmandaAnderson, directorof"Par- ents as Teachers," spoke to Trinity UnitedMethodist Women, Jewell, at a recent meeting. Anderson told the group her previ- ous experience working with children included conducting a day care in Man- kato 18 years. She now works with families with children birth to age 3. There are 22 families with 24 children in the program now. This is a free program with expenses paid by Jewell County Resource Council, the local school districts and the special educa- tion cooperative at Beloit. Anderson visits in the homes, reads to the chil- dren. leaves books for the families to use and gives ideas to aid the develop- ment of the child. Her office is located i n Mankato Elementary School. Ander- son said she loves children and sees great promise for the children through this program. Shirley Varney led devotions. Jan McCollough, vice president, presided. Prayer concerns were men- tioned. Shirley Simmelink mentioned the reading program and reported the FCCLA Cook Books had arrived. Kathleen Allen had the mission minute regarding South African economic de- velopment for women. One project was bee keeping. Nominations chairperson Varney presented the slate of new officers: co- presidents, Sally Engel and Karen Willis: vice president, Jan McCollough; secretary, Fawna Barrett; treasurer Nancy Anderson. Ruth Circle will serve me uct. 13 chamber meal. Pastor Jim Rice an- nounced the combined Thanksgiving service'will include a meal this year. Next month will be a tour of mis- sions in Salina with plans announced by Janet Birdsell and Kay Ross. De- parture time is 8 a.m. Oct. 2. District meeting is Oct. 18 at Osborne. Community Baby Shower for O f~Ry,~n-~dChristi Mayh~V Saturday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. Trinity Church Basement ~t, Jewell, Kan. ~, They are registered at -~ Target anti Wal Mart c w "Thanks for the Memories" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY OCT. 9,10,11 AddreSs: Diamond Medical Center 601 N 3O St Neb. 68131 - Check out the new fall candle~! And will be getting Christmas cand/es and potpourri soon. Stop by any time!i! ! Retirement Receptioni for Ralph Kimminau Thank Saturday, Sept..27 at 7 p.m. .M.nk. C*y.P*rk e Sale and pubhc invited to wish. Ralph a Bake Sale long andhapp7 retirement ' ~riday, Sept. 26 f Mankato Game Day ~kato VFW Hall Supper "Karl"oke' " Alaxihary Special ~ t i Mankato Booster Club l ~ ~/~ with Karl Carder ~ / will be serving a meal deal of: . e FridaY, Aug. 26" /*hamburgerrht.dg*bakedbeans*chlps 1 dessert * ice tea for $4 at the #MERIOAN ~. .9 pan. to Midnight* ~ / Mankat and St. John's home football game on / Friday, Sept. 26 from 5:30 p.m.- 8 p.m. ~NEDDIN(I ~, Come help celebrate, 7 If! i~ l Also available to purchase will be: .,.,,...,~,~,.o.ju.,...o~. Bob s 60th and Faye s . birthdays... / * Booster memberships CRIITER'5 | * Cougar stadmm seat pads l * Cougar rocks and Mankato caps~ Sept 26-28 lo7 E:~a~. st, ~o~ato, ~.. ro~-aT~-~0~ L G Stop in at Critters to see about , , 785-378-3172 ,. K-State vs. Nebraska football game tickets!!! j Kyles celebrate 65 years Byron and Anona Kyle, affection- ately known as Bud and Toni, Salina, celebrated their 65th wedding anniver- sary Sept. 21. They were married in ! 938 in Salina, at a Lutheran. Church. The Kyles began their married life as dairy and crop farmers near Man- kato. As a sideline, Bud took flying lessons and obtained his commercial pilot's license. In 1944 Bud and Toni, along with their young daughter, Marcia, moved to Salina, where Bud was a .charter pilot and flight instructor at the Dawson Airport. Bud wanted to serve the country during WWII and was accepted into the Navy where he was a radar man on the light cruiser St. Louis. In 1945 the ship picked up servicemen in Guam and Kwajalein for transport back to the US for discharge. During WWII, Toni, the former Anona Lindblad of Courtland, worked at Consolidated Printing in Salina. Upon discharge from the Navy, Bud returned to work at the airport until McElroy relatives meet in Jewell Descendants of Catherine (Coddington) and Henry Dillon McEIroy gathered at the Community Center in Jewell Sunday for the 17th annual McElroy Reunion. Grace Oplinger, Overland Park, was the oldest at 91, to attend. The young- est was Kolton Hoppe, three months, Randall. Others attending were Gerald Briney, Lyle Flinn and Reita Gronewoller, Beloit; Philip Briney, Gorham; Patti, Kristy and Toni Panzer, Lawrence; Bob and Gloria McElroy, Haysville; Don and Bee McElroy, Clinton and Samantha McElroy, Ellis; Darlene Smith and Cam Feitmer, Man- hattan; Run Smith, Horton; Bernard McElroy, Belleville; Herb and Mary Hanson, Valley Center; Bob and Ca, rolyn Murrell, Hutchinson; Kvle and Kim Hoppe and Greg McElro)~, Ran- dall; James and Elaine Spafford, St. Joseph, Mo.; Gall and Peggy Spafford, Belleville; Elsie Gabe and Inez and Elwoocl Clark, Jewell; Duane McElroy, Salina; Dana and Jason Jelinet, Grand Island, Neb.; and Carl and Berneita McElroy, Mankato. The family will meet next year at the same location. Byron and Anona Kyle joining the Kansas Highway Patrol as a drivers' license examiner in 1949. The family, by that time including a baby son, Dana, moved to Colby. A few years later Bud became a Kansas Highway patrolman, in 1964 Bud was promoted to lieutenant onthe patrol and the family moved to Chanute. The next move was to Wichita, and then a final move was to Salina, where Bud ended his career as a captain, retiring in 1976, Bud then sold real estate )n Salina until 1983. Toni, throughout fhe years, was a homemaker who cooked, sewed and gardened. Bud and Toni have two children and their mates: Dick and Marcia Rinehart, Leawood, and Dana and Ada Sue Kyle, Arlington, VA. Grandchil- dren include Joshua Kyle and his wife, Erin, Manhattan, Giles Kyle, deceased; granddaughter, Sheridan Rinehart, Chicago, I11.; Kyle Rinehart and his wife, Candice, Reno, Nev.; and Mat- thew Rinehart, Kansas City, 191o. In addition. Bud and Toni have two great- grandsons, Ian and Nicholas Rinehart, Retto, Nev. The family honored Bud and Toni with a special weekend in September in Leawood. Kan., to celebrate their 65th anniversary. Correction In the Vader family reunion story in last week's edition of this newspaper, the hostess of the reunion this year was Clarabelle (Vader) Hajny. FAMILY DINNER: Sunday, Sept. 28 *12:30p.m. Esbon Senior Center, Esbon, Kan. In Honor of Avis Wlnslow's 90th Birthday I ..... ~ ............., o ~ .... OPENHOUSE: 2 to 4 p.m. No gifts, please Friday, Sept. 26 * 10 a.m. to Come and see Second Hand at its Best! New Inventory Weekly: Furniture Stain glass * Glassware Jewelry Household items and decoration Unique treasures BUSINESS HOURS: Tuesday through Saturday 122 W. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-738-8910 Esbon OCTObeeFeST Esbon, Kon. Sarunaay, OCT. 4 Car Show Contact Paul Garst 785-378-372i Cra# & Food Stands - / / o.m. In the flrehall, starting at 11 a.m. Call 785-725-3354 or 785-725-6191 for vending reservations Local Entertainment-] p.m. at Middle School Talent needed! Please call 785-725-3561 or 785-725-3811 Parade - 4 p.m. Register and line-up at the Sacred Heart Church parking lot. For parade Information call 785-725-6271 or 785-725-3811 " Beer Garden Etbon Fire Department Barbecue - after parade Served by the Esbon Lions Club at the keglon Bultdlng Dance l 8 p.m. to midnight At the Fire Hall - Markey Band