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Thursday, S~tember 25, 2003 Randall JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A By Fawna Barrett I I ] I Gerald Cash attended the fifth birth- day party for a great-granddaughter. Larry and Sue Elniff visited Bill Elniff. Phyllis and JuniorWilsonjoined them for coffee. Richard Given visited his mother, Tbelma Given. Lyle and Donna Mahin are in Ran- dall and visiting his father, Howard. Sunday Lyle and Mary Shelton ate dinner with Gerald and Howrad Mabin. They took them for a ride in the after- noon to Glen Elder and through Jewell to see the park imprQvements. Phyllis and Jumor Wilson visited in Red Cloud with Alta Mac and Jesse Barnason. Mildred Reece was a Sun- day supper guest. Earlier in the week, Phyllis called on Irene Goffand Rormie Russell in Beloit. Cliff and Nevada Vetter attended the 95th birthday party for her uncle, Barney Hines. Nancy Thronson and Earl Dnnstan also attended Charlotte Anderson's aunt, L~ille Stover, is well on the road to recovery from surgery and is now in the Mitch- ell County Hospital. Randall Coop's Convenience Store was robbed for the third time late Fri-~ day or early Saturday morning. Panorama By Fawna Barrett liH i I Beautiful fall weather has arrived a few days early. Cool, jacket-needed nights and smooth, warm days make one want to be outside every minute possible. Native sunflowers are xndiant, weaving in the wind. Unlike those single large, seed-beery blossom sun- flowers grown as a cash crop, each native plant sports many ~small flow- ers. They stand t~ller than the grasses of the roadsides. Other weeds with colorful purple, white or reddish hues blend to make a gorgeous countryside. It seems the Monarch b~ have bypassed this area this year. However, other beauty has arrived. Delicate lavender butterflies flit from flower to flower, unafraid of~ peering at their fragile wings. Set aside a few minutes for an after. noon or evening walk or sit for a bit on the porch or patio andabsorb the~. Such moments will fill the soul m preparation for the coming wintex. Paradise Ava IC~a~ entertained the D.D,: Bridge. MarthaLienberger was agtlest. Denise Behrends and Carl lemerr had dinner with Ave K, ttr and Katheren and Michael Tidde. Inez and Elwood Clark wont to the Ionia Country Music Festival. lnez and ElwoodClark attended the McElroy family reunion. Marjorie Hartsel had supper with Rick Hartsl and family~ Concordia, and attended Julie Hartsel s volley ball game. Kathern Tickle and Michael and Av a Knarr attended the 25th-year open Joel Knarr in Concordia. Katheren Tickle and Michael and Ava Knarr attended the Trinity Meth- odist progressive dinnerand were hosts for the salad group. Pat and Robert Kemmerer went to McDonald for a N. District Garden Club meeting. DAVE'S GUN SHOP -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit US on the web www.davesgurmhop.net Women set Nov. 1 for bazaar "A Light in my. Hands" was the devotional by Barb Ramsey at the Sept. 17 meeting of Untied Church Women, Randall. Members approved the same menu of roast beef and turkey with dressing for the bazaar Nov. 1. Mark Baxa has agreed to be the guest auctioneer, Vesta Corm was hostess. il Dispatch By Edna Verhage I|1 Greeters Sunday were Wendell and Barbara DeBey. Passage Sunday momin.g was Psalm " 90. Theme Sunday morning was 'At Home with God'. Passage Sunday ev.ening was Genesis 32-33. Theme Sunday evening was 'El Elohe Israel. Happy birthday to: Alida Draayer, Sept. 22; Debbie Miller and Eldon Miller, Sept. 24; Miranda DeBey and Marion Schlatter, Sept. 25. We had a light freeze this past week but it didn't hurt anything. II Olive Hill By Rose~, ~;~ Haeemeyer II I] II Bruce Tinkham, Superior, was a Bmee sang a solo for the special music with Gloria Garman,,Schlaefli accompaninghim on the ~ano. Ushers were Carl Collins and Bd/Blauvelt. : Darren, Jessica" Anya and Allison Thompson are hostin~g a Russian Ex- change Student, Kate m their home for a few weeks. Kate is fifth grader at White Rock Middle S~hool, ~.sbon. Norma lmler and Rite Laeey, Juniata, were Friday visitors tn the home Of Marlene and Jim Stone. Harold and Loma Wilton, Angle and Bruce Rindahl, Denver, had Sathr- day lunch at a Superior eafe. The Rindahis were visiting her graltdpar- ents, Clarence and Ila Wilton. Ted Fisher, Belleville, was aThurs- day visitor in the home of Iiliff B~. Later they visited Lena Banks at the Superior Good Samaritan Center: Pauline Hanson, Oak, visited Zelda Schuster. Sunday dinner guests of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a Superior cafe were Richard and Gloria Garman- Schlaefli, Ionia, Bruce, Karen, Kellie and Kory Tinkham, Superior. Marabeth, Mitchell and Keller Olson, Frankfort, were Monday and Tuesday houseguests of.her parents, Herbert and Carolyn Ailey~ Saturday, ~n, Jessica, Anya and Allison Tho~ and Kate were guests.in the:~ine of Dr/Kenneth and EvelynThompson near Guide Rock to celebrate the 10th birthday of Altison. '.. ~nis Dye, Helm:m, ~.xl Virginia Willett g, isited Vent Dye. Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler and "several reside~f the Sdperior Manor called on Wi~ Andrews. liliff Ba.~ ~akes daily trips to visit his wife~ I.~na, at the Superior Good Samaritan ~enter. Dee Ross wM a houseguest for a few days jn the home Of her daughter and/~0n-in-law,Jguth and Larry Hale, Juniata, w~le S~ wm ill. Carl Collins~Bun" Oak, was a sup- per ~ in theHuemeyer home.. Callers the l~ast week in the Hasemeyer home were Conley Cleve- land, WebbeG' Janice, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda ~ard, Jo Ann and John Rogers. Mankato . Pauline Hood is home after being gone a month to Ft. Bntgg, N.C., for the birth of a grandson to Char Anna and Bill Flippo. She was there three weeks. Bill is in Intq. She spent two nights on the way down and threenights on the way back in Illinois visiting relatives. Supper guests of Rick and Sheila Diamond were Michaelene Powell and Dakota, Arkansas; Nicolele Zeigier and Byron, Wamegu; Ashley Diamond, Hays; Chris and Stacey Whelcbel, Esbon, and Brad and Linda Ost, Man- kate. Jamie Harvey visited later. Supper guests of Richard Diamond at a steak house were Gar~ and Sandra Sunich, Sumner, Wash.; Mark and Becky Butts, Kearney, Neb., and Bert and Audrey Diamond. Gary and Sandnt Sunich, Mark and Becky Butts, Rick and Sheila Dia- mond, Richard Diamond and Ashley Diamond ~vere Sunday dinner guests of Bert and Audrey Dimnond. Corlene _Lunge, Saline" was a week- end guest of her parents Ray and Faryl Lange and attended a baby shower for Kole Vance. Faryl Lunge spent one day last week with Mildred McDill, Beloit. The two h~ve the same birthday. They were observing Mildred's 90th birthday. Northbranch By Ruth Glover Visitors at church Sunday morning were Dave. and Regi Wieland and Dave's mother. Oaldey,Jeri LonMann. Aurora. Colo., Juel Hughes, Royal, Neb. Regi and Rosetta Jeffery played sever~ organ-piano numbers during the service and the special music was a piano solo by Regi. Greeter was Patty Bird and ushers were Curtis Jeffery, Kelly McNichols and Dan Garman. Area meeting of Friends Churches was Sunday evening at the chapel at Waconda Lake. Twelve members were present for the Friends Women meetingon Thurs- day. The hostess was Loyce Jeffery and program was given by Pat Bird. Several men made repairs at the parsonage and the cemetery fence was finished. Wednesday evening a wiener roast will he held at the southwest corner of the cemetery in appreciation of the work and money put into the cemetery fence. Come at 5:30 and bring lawn chairs and plan to have a fun time with neighbors and coworkers. Tom and Sherie Wallace and chil- dren, Saline, were weekend guests of his parents, Glenn and Betty Wallace,. Betty Wallace's brothers visited. Bob and Birdie Saathoff, Superior, and Harry and Lorene Santhoff, Hebron, spent the ~: John Stansbuwand his aunt, Lillian, Superior, visited LaVae and Ruth Glover and John and Erma Dillon. Earl Buckley was in Colorado a few days t0 help with some work at the RogerBuckley home. LaVae and Ruth Glover visited in the Elwin and Gwen Lewis home and reminded them of recent birthdays. The family of Lonnie Bnckley hosted a birthday party for her at the church Saturday. A large number of relatives and friends came to honor her from far and near. All of her family were there except two grandsons. A salad luncheon was followed by a short prggram, then cake and punch were served. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery enter- ""Pick Your Own" Jonathans Golden Delicious Red Delicious Pumpkins and Squash, Fresh Depot Aq;ple Cider Fall decorating items Hours." Monday-Saturday: ~a.lo, fe/~ikm.; ~mld~: 1,6'~ 110130 Rd., Courtland, Karl. 785-374-4255 One mile north of Courtland, Ken., on I'-Ii~hwa~, 36 Board Certified Health Care Providers Available Daily Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. Dr. Rina Mina, M.D. Leon Hughes; P.A.C. Services Acute Inpatient Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, Long Term Care, Hospice Adult Day Care, C~ Cottages, 24 Hour Emergermy Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid DopplerStudies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Cltr,'c RehabilRation Physical Therapy, Cardtan Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providem Dan Calderon, M.D ...................................... Internal Medicine and Pdmary Care Rina Mine, M.D ................... . ............................ .Internal Medicine and Pediatrics /t~mir Harneed, M.D ........................................................................... ~ology Gary Chtngran, M.D ...................... ~ .................................................. Leon Hughes, P,A.C .................................................................... Family Madlyn Dunaton, A.R.N.P .......................... " .................................. Family Practice dewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mi~kato, KarL, 66956 785.378-3511 dewell Oounty Hospital 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 .... I I I II I rained their family Sunday evening in honor of the birthdays of Myrtle Bran- don and Gina Jeffery. Max and Marilyn Hawkins. Kansas City, were overnight guests of Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery. Marilynjoined Beth Jeffery, Debbie Platt a~d Joyce McNichols at the home of F.arlene Jeffery, Superior. Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keller visited Maude Keller. Dorintha Standley and Barbara Renneback attended a church supper Saturday evening at Mankato. Jo Bennett was a visitor of Maude Keller and fixed her hair. Joyce Ritter visited Maude Keller. Later she visited Ernie Kattenbergs. Burial services for Darrell Haegert were Saturday noon at Sweet Home Cemetery. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Haegert and a brother of Danny Haegert. Aaron and Seth Peterson helped at the Ernie Kattenbergs and spent Satur- day night. In the evening Martha Peterson came to help. Joyce Ritter had an appointment at Salina. Pastor Parish meeting was at Odessa Church Wednesday evening. Debbie Peroutek and Joyce Ritter spent the weekend on the farm near Lebanon. They called on Ernie Kattenbergs Sunday afternoon. Steven Ohert was a Sunday dinner guest of Wilbur Oberts. Friday night brought frost in the lower places iu this area. Audrey Young said she talked to their .son Sunday in the Washington DC area where the hurricane hit. They were without electricity since Thurs- day. They hoped to get it back by Tuesday. Lots of trees down in the area they live in. IIIII I Formoso . By Elaine Clark I A former Formoso resident, Bar- bara Ross Montlez. 54. Denver, died of cancer Sept. 16. Janet Higer, Tntvis, Tyeen and Ma- son, Mankato, Robert and Ada Grimm, Gloria Massey and Howard Field vis- ited Kenny and Becky Huber. Visitors of Joyce Patrick were Ruth Hedstrom, Courtland, T~ony Patrick, Salina" Vent Reed and Ge'~ Clark. Loreita Dunstan met"Russell Dnnstan, Salina, and they visited Phyllis Esslinger who was a patient at a Salina hospital. Gene and Elaine Clark met Diane Dolinar, Wichita, and John and Mary Clark, Cody and Levi, Buhler, in Wichita for Cody's junior high soccer game. They ate together and Gene and Elaine stayed overnight with Diane. Ira Lea Payne viSiied AI and Julia West at Topeka. James and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle, attended Cory's junior foot- ball game Thursday evening at Man- kate. Bruce Massey, Hardy, was an over- night guest of Gloria Massey. Gar7 and Crystal Massey, Clifford, Brittany and Cody, Hardy, were sup- per guests of Gerald and Margaret Volunteers from the JewelI-Randall and White Rock communities served a free meal pnor to last Friday's football game at Jewell. Vadous Community sponsors provided the food and volunteers prepared and served the meal at Jewell Junior-Senior High auditorium. Morrell and Royce. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a weekend guest of Forrest Dempsey. Dan and Lynn Dempsey and Vanessa Dempsey took them for coffee Sunday afternoon at Mankato. Brittany Massey, Hardy, was a . weekend guest of Gloria Massey. Dan Jensen, JoAnna and Jackie, Courtland. were visitors of Jackie and Jovena Anderson. Vernon and Jane Covert, Osborne, were Saturday visitors of Howard Ross. Delno Reed, Concordia, visited BradKeeler. Nelson andMema Keeler, Mankato, were Sunday afternoon visi- tors. Numerous peop~ helped Dorothy Sjolander celebrate her birthday Satur- day night at the Barn. Dinner guests of Dale and Ivah Hoard were Guy and Deanna Mitchell, Chrystal and Trenton, and Justin and Susan Sly andKayla, Belleville. They celebrated Kayla's birthday. Marvin andl]aNelson visited Rusty and Jo Nelson, Comtland. Janet Elwell is home after a three- week visit with her mother, Ilah Norris, Kalamazoo, Mich. Robert and Ada Grimm visited Lonnie and Sheila Myers, Savannah and Gatlin, Jeweil. Robert and Lonnie attended the races at Deshler. CCCC offers workshop on MS A workshop." M.S.: the mystery disease--what is itT' is at Mitchell County Hospital, Oct. 8 from 8 a.m. to 4:30p.m. Instructor is Marie McHenry, RN. The class offers eight contact hours and one-half college credit. News from this areais available on the internet at www.superiome.com to make ges on your wheat crop insurance is: Tuesday, Sept. 30 Contact Max E. Burks Jewell, Ken. " 785-428-3644 U.S.D. No. 278 "September Surplus Sale" from a broken hip and broken has moved to Long Term kate. Pat and Sue Shea, Brad and Amy Meyer, Lawrence, s weekend with Harold and ' maker an( Fest. On Sunday mormng, Shoemaker them. She was spending the with Curt and Leann Saturday drew the largeSt At country music festivals, come and go and calculated yet. entertained all day and did a the show ended. the lunch stand, which was all day. Burr Oak By Anna Belle G~ubbs , ~ , Books , Printers , C.h~ , O~r i~'~ too ~ to l~ 11 pallets at $10 per pallet EVERYTHINGMUST GO/// ' Items may be purchased MONDAY-FRIDAY, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Friday, October 3, 2003 at the: USD 278 District Office 301 N. West Street, Mankat0, Kan. 66956 785-378-3102 Jewell county Clerk, J Mankato, Kan. 66956, for a in color, mileage 162,000 miles. Also a 1995 Lumina, Police Pa_~ge, white in colo~ mileage 132,000 mlln. The cam nu3y be view e~. at the Jewell coun~ Sheriff's Depaltment. Bids must'deari.y s~,lhe.. pm~ for which the bid is mtbmitted. The cars at~ bern8 SOla as m without warranty. To be (~asidere~ bids ~test be lt.eeived in the office of the Jewell County Clerk by 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3. The bids will be opened on Mo~, Oct. 6 in the County Comm~one~ed Chambm at the Jewell County Courthouse. All bids must be sip and shall include the name, address and phone number of the biddez Bidders need not be ~t to be Oven com ideratiol~. _ The Boa~ of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject all bids. Interested parties, who wish to inquire about the property bein8 sold, should contact Sheriff IGm Oat at the Jewell County Sheriff's Department at 78~-378-3194 I I Ill Ionia -- iiI i' i I I Leon and Karen Boden went to Hesston Wednesday to see Scott and Rachael Boden's new baby daughter, Alyssa Marie. Karen stayed four days tohelp and bahy-sit withElyse. Karen returned home on Saturday. Becky Cockroft took her aunt, Kathleen Little, to Salina Thursday morning for surgery. Kathleen's hus- band, Munroe, had been in the Beloit Hospital and wasn't able to go to Salina. Karen Meyer stayed in Salina for a few days to he with Kathleen. Mr. and Mrs. Daryi Cockroft vis- ited Kathleen Little at the hospital on Sunday. Garrett Phillips has been in the Be- toit Hospital. Garrett would enjoy some cards and letters. Wendell and Karen Moyer attended the open house at the Jewell Apart- ments. The apartment house was cel- ebrating 25 years. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were Sun- day dinner guests of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a cafe in Supe- rior. Rex Henningsen went to Norton to watch his grandson, Trevor Henningsen of Hays, play football. Janice McDaniel and daughter, Janessa, Wellington, visited her par- ents, Don and Connie Schmidt over tbe weekend. Gene and Aiene Gentry, Wichita, Morris and Cheryl Hillman, Burr Oak, and Frank and Patty Diemart, ate lunch with Cecil and LOla Hillman. Doug and Arlene Range and Arlene's mother, Pauline Frost, Wichita, visited Cecil andLolaHillman and attended the Country Music Fest. Ilene Alcorn, who is recovering Ralph Rhoe, Utah, is sister Florence Headley. Wilma Roesti was hostess Monday morning Bible Corey Underwood Whiteley, Beloit, visited Underwood. Louis Korb called on Marje Johnson. Marilyn Hawkins, Marjorie Thorup, Smith Barbara White attended luncheon and Lonnie Buckley, held Northbranch Friends Church hosted by her children and dren. Marilyn City, were Sunda, Whites. afternton caller. Lois Katebein, Greenfield, was a weekend guest of Edna-Fogo. visited Mr. in Glen Elder. Red to dinner. Colleen Colorado, were weekend Carol and Gary Garman. Garman joined them for her at a care in Mankato. Dorothy Fisher, Courtland, weekend guest of and Brown. knee replacement. Their son, Great Bend gone home after a long Edna Fogo, CherylHillman, Wilson and Glenny Barnes the birthday party Alma German was U.M. Church. was 'if'he Last and the Least." Decker was hostess to the Sunday, Oct. 5 Sunday with Parish at the Burr Oak Church. fellowship dinner. The Church Choir will be singin~,, Morris Hillman cooked aria. dinner in Ionia at their musical day. Winnie McNichols, Byers and Anna] Lonnie B~tekley's birthday Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, Frasier, Salina, were weekend of Doug and Wanda Frasier. and Skylar visited Elsie Carperi~. non. "Make a difference with J Private music lessons: ~'~ Wind inslruments Percussion Voice Beginning piano STEPHENS MUSIC Jewell, Kan. Call for inquires 78 7955 Things To Know When You're On The Operating line of Credit Farm Improvement Loans Vehicle Loans Free Checking , $500 minimum balance of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 2003 SEED WHEAT gLEANING Seed wheat cluning and treating is available at the Midway Coop Conditioning Lebanon, Ken. Treatment- Dividend Extreme Call for your appointment NOW! 785-389-5311 APPOINTMENT REQ ~ We will be handling sunflowers for storage this fall/ MIBWM " Lebanon, Kan. 785-389-531 !