Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Superior, Nebraska
September 27, 1990     Jewell County Record
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 27, 1990

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

27 Brad Judy McCarnmon 28 Glenn Tyler October I Club-Mrs. Marvin Mc- October 2 Garden Club-Lorralne Lodge-6:00 pm ).Meals 378-3385 1-Smothered Steak, I W W Roll, Carrifruit Gelatin, Biscuit, Watermelon October 3-Oven Fried Broccoli, Roll, October 4-Ham Loaf, Pars- Combread, Am- October 5-Chili/Beans, Toss Roll, Peaches october 3-Beltone Hear- raan here 10am Elementary Menu 27-Beef and Potatoes, Broccoli, Monster Cookie, Milk September 28-Spaghetti, White Cake, Bread October 1-Ham Salad 2hips, Peas, Apple- Cookie October 2-Hamburger, Fries, Tomatoes, Grapes, Milk Bridgette Club The Bridgette Club met Monday Sep- tember 17 with Mrs. Lester Broyles as hostess. Mrs. F. R. Fair was a guest. A dessert lunch was served after which Mrs. Emit Sink won high score at bridge. Next meeting will be october 1 with Mrs. Marvin McCammon as hostess. Mankato EHU Fifteen members and one guest en- joyed a delicious Pasta Luncheon at the September meeting of the Mankato E.H.U. on Tuesday September 18th at the West Housing Party Room. Bemeita McElroy had handed out recipes for the members to prepare. After the luncheon she conducted the lesson on Pasta. She had samples of various types of Pasta. .President Regnier conducted the busi- ness meeting. Minutes of August meet- ing were read and approved. Charlotte Pletcher reported that the E.H.U. had served watermelon at the Long Term Care of the hospital for the Tuesday "?raS"i+ t Day will be November 8th with the Tasting Bee Luncheon, Classes and Demonstrations. November 6th will be the Appreciation Tea at the Hospital. Following officers were elected: Presi- dent-Adelaide Regnier, Vice President- Bemeita McElroy, Secretary-Darleen Sobers, Treasurer-Marilyn Smith. Adelaide Regnier was nominated as our Council Representative. october meeting will be at Wilma Eatons on October 16th. Gayle Hancock will have the lesson. Golden Years Golden Years will have their monthly potluck dinner on Friday September 28th. The Burr Oak Fiddlers will be there for the program. So bring a covered dish, your own service andcome and enjoy good food and good music. Dinner will be at 12:00 noon in the Golden Years Building. Carrot Strips, Pine- Down Cake, Milk Harvard Beets, No Bake Cookies Minerva Club Minerva Club met at Dee home Septembcr 20, ~0 pm wlth Donna Sllsby, President, as co-hostess. called the meeting to Doud came and played her arts piece for the upcoming of the Year competition us of all the changes in t year. will be October 18 at for the Veterans so and rags then. Rebekah Lodge Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday, Sew tember 18th with ten members pres- ent. Lodge was opened in reguLar form by LaVeta Winslow, Noble Grand. Alle- gience was pledged to the flag. It was decided to have a Salad Supper at our next meeting October 2. Itwfll be ~t 6 o'clock. We are inviting the members of the Belolt and the Belleville Lodges. Our State Warden, Lois Stuart will be present. Lodge closed in regular form. Ella Colson, hostess, served delicious cake, mints and coffee. Kiltie Club Meets Mrs. Frank Kissinger entertained .the members of the Kiltie Bridge Club at her home Thursday September 13. Mrs. E. B. Beam was a guest.The next meeting will be September 27 with Mrs. Bradley Judy hostess. ! \ 4-WAY NASAL SPRAY ~ISW 249 BENYLIN GDU6H IIILIU 40L 249 TWlZZLERS 199 119 Pharmacy Great Fall Bargains Hour8 378-3849 PREPARATION N 24-HOUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE FREE DELIVERY SERVICE StOre Phones [ 378-3183 or 378-3184 Bridal Shower for Shelley Hanson Saturday afternoon, September 15, 1990, the Farmway Credit meeting room, Mankato, KS was filled wlth merriment and laughter as Shelley Hanson was honored wlth a mlscella- neous bridal shower. The afternoon opened with 27 friends and relatives introducing themselves and telling how they knew the bride- to-be. Then to help prepare the future bride for possible mishaps in the kitchen, each guest told of a personally remembered kitchen calamlty. There were highly amusing stories shared about kitchen blunders. Each guest also brought a favorite recipe to place in Shelley's new recipe box, to help her start her own collec- tion. ATender Love Storywas written and narrated by Sandy Hanson about the couple's courtship. Susie Hanson assisted by presenting the 195 Items to the bride-to-be, which were either useful or humorous, as the items were mentioned in the love story. When completed, Shelley had a very well- rounded collection of household sup- plies, in addition to the other lovely shower gifts. + A "wish for the bride" was also writ- ten by everyone present. These were given to the bride's mother for safe- keeping until October, 1991. At that time they will be presented to the bride, to be read and enjoyed on their first anniversary. The gift and serving tables were decorated in blue and pink, with a bridal teddy bear and a southern courting couple as center pieces. The hostesses served blue punch, coffee, cake, mints, and nuts. The bride's mother made and decorated the cake. The hostesses were Susie Hanson, Karen Robinson, SandyHanson, aunts of Shelley. The afternoon passed qulckly and an enjoyable time was had by all. Those attending besides Shelley, the guest of honor, were: Nancy Hanson, Karen Robinson, Ruth Hanson, Lena Berry, Syrena Hanson, Allce Hanson, Ellzabeth Mohler, Carol Wakefield, Kathy and Samantha Rines, Mary Simons, Marlene Robbins, Shelby johnson, Shawna Dewey, Kathy Si- mon, Jenlfer Basil, Cindy Rines, all of Mankato; Patrlcla Voorhees, llene WagonbLast, Smith Center;, Charlotte Brooks, Anita Langley, Jewell; Tressa Crannell, Belolt; Penny Hughes, Kan- sas CAty; Susie and Audra Hanson, Minneapolis; Luclne Hanson and Sandy Hanson, Salina. MarJorle Wlleon Receives Rainbow appointment Wilson Receives Rainbow Appointment MarJorie Wilson of Sweet Home, Oregon, recently was appointed to the Office of Supreme Fidelity. Interna- tional Order of the Rainbow for Girls, at the Supreme Assembly Session In Phoenix, Ariz. Wilson Is a past grand matron of the Order of the Eastern Star and has been Supreme Inspector, International Order of Rainbow in Oregon for the past 12 years. Rainbow Is a fraternal organization for young girls from I I to 20 years old. It Is sponsored by Masonlc Lodges, East- ern Star chapters and Amaranth Courts. Each year, members conduct service projects to ralse money to glve to various philanthropic organizations in their own state. In Oregon, Ralnbow glrls have mlsed money for crippled children and chil- dren wlth cancer, the Ronald McDonald House, The Shrine Burn Center, Dogs for the Deaf and Muscular Dystrophy. Allison Nlcole Gouldle Tim and Denise Gouldle of Garden City, Kansas announce the blrth of a daughter, AllIson Nicole on September 21, 1990. She has a 3 year old brother Jacob to welcome her home. Grandparents are Burt and Evelyn Warne and Jim and Velma Gouldle of Mankato. Great Grandmothers are Mrs. Joe Beckius, Superior, Nebraska and Mrs. Ula Locke, Long Term Care, Mankato, Kansas. Jean and Arlene Fearing of Cler- monte, Florida sent a check for re- newal of their Record subscription. We're Proud of Rose Marie McKeown Rose Marie McKeown is Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital's EMPLOYEE of the QUARTER for the third quarter of 1990. Rose Marie is a Cook who started working at the Hospi- talin May 1985. She graduated from high school in Burr Oak, Kansas, and now lives in rural Superior. Rose Marie's co- workers who nominated her for the award said: "When we think of words like con- siderate, sincere, thoughtful and caring one of the first people to come to mind is Rose Made McKeown. Rose Made goes "the extra mile" and more to fill diets as ordered, make trays eye appealing and take care of patients' requests. Not only does she do an excellent job for patients but she cares for staff too. She is always pleasant and courteous when called for special requests by any of us. Meals for siaff are prepared with tender loving care and served cheerfully, For all these attrib- utes and many more we would like to nominate Rose Marie McKeown as employee of the quarter." Because Rose Marie was selected as Employee of the Quarter, she will receive a $25 gift certificate to the restaurant of 14 21 her choice. Her name will be placed on a plaque to be displayed in the front lobby of the Hospital. Also a narrative descrip- tion and her picture will be disp.layed in the lobby for that quarter. She will also be considered for the Employee of the Year award. The Employee of the Year will be announced at the Hospital's Christmas Party and will receive a plaque and their choice of either a $50glft certificate to the Superior business of their choice with their name to be submitted for recogni- tion at the "Caring Kind" luncheon spon- sored each year by the Nebraska Hospital Association or they will receive a "night on the town" with $20 for a meal and $50 for a motel room. Martha Circle Martha Clrcle met in Fellowship Hall September 19, 1990. Roll call was answered by 23 members. There were three guests. The secretary's report was read and approved. The treasurer's report was given. Viola Ross donated her cost of $I 0.00 for decorations for the shower to the circle. A nominating commlttee was ap- pointed and is Neva Sink, Kathleen Kramer and Vesta McCammon. Llbby Crangle, Roena Nelson and Irene Walker had birthdays, we sang happy birthday to them. Doris Wilson Mininger gave a talk of her experiences as a nurse in Saudi Arabia. It was very interesting and enjoyed by all. Our hostesses were Pauline Wllsman and Ruby Colson. They served a lovely lunch of cake, coffee, ice tea, nuts and mints. Next meeting our hostesses will be Alma Tyler and Frances Walker. Ola Wllbeck will have the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Man- hattan visited over the weekend at the homes of her mother, Ruby Billing, and sister Joyce and Jack Bradrick and his sister Darleen Sobers. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, September 27, 1990 Page 3-Section 1 Mrs. Tamara Martin and Mitch, Hart- ford, Ks. arrived Saturday evening. They spent the weekend in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. George Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ernst and family and attended the funeral for Bertha Ernst Monday af- ternoon. They returned to their home Tuesday. i i i For I~alth Insurance to help IlOSll~ll~l and surgical bibs, SlNI nle. W. R. "Hap" Wil~ Phone 311-11tll 308 S. Center - Menkato ~UI~ a gool ~ate Fan~ Is meee. s~ce ~m Mut~ Automoumt ~v~ar~nce coml~ay Off,el ll~oom,ngon h'Imo~$ Lisa Hedstrom PHOTOGRAPHY Beilevme, Kansas 913-527-7129 . Formal and Clmual Po~ing * Fun and Exciting Colorful PrOps . Wagon Wheel, Fence Post . Star Backgrounds and Fog Ml~hlnee Your Props Are Welcome Cm' *POt ,Sungleaees Clothing .... .JelnsJIckets -6poIIU~IOIW+ *Bails Letter Jacket Call Lisa for your appointment todFy 913-527-7129, U.S.D. 2 7 8 Activities Sponsored by The Jewell County Bank Support The Cougars + October 1990 S un Men Tue Wed Thu F r i S at 1 JH VB ~B !NELSON H 4:0015:30 28 8 VB PTL TOURNY 4:00 @ ? IS FFA WATER TEST @ 7:00 PM 22 SVL VB TOURNY HERE 29' ~2 DAT TESTS FR 8:00 STATE LAND UDGING @ LINN 9tOO VS PIKEVALLEY HERE $:00 9 ACT-CPP TESTS JR HM MTG 6Tn HR ItEA ?IN MTTLE ~T~II VB @ SUPERIOR 5:30 CBA 16 IA REG VB ACT-CPP TEST 8TH GRADE 8:00 23 HM MTG IST HR NATL'L MERIT TEST JRS 8.'00 30 FB BI DISTRICTS HEARING RECHECKS 1:00 P-ACT TESTS SOPH S:00 10 HANSEN TEST $R. I:00-4:00 17 24 31 FFA LEADEICSHIP SCHOOL @ CCCC 3:30 4 JH VII NORTH CI~ITIIAII. IEIADDAM SCHOOL PICTURES 8:30 PRE SCHOOL 7:3( 11 Ollrdg/~lAND ~. AIILEN~r 4:3~ HEARING TESTS II:3S iJH VB/FB DOWNS HERE $:00.6:30 18 FFA MrG TrH HR 25 VISION TESTS 7-12 s 16 F'B HANOVER VB QUAD @ I~ERE 7:30 LINN 10:00 12 FB HILLCREST HERE 7:30 HOMECOMING 1 9 FB SOUTHERN CLOUD THERE 7:30 26 END IST 0 WKS FB PIKE VALLEY HERE 7:30. SENIOR NIGHT 13 MATH BOWL @ HAYS VB PTL TOURNY @ SCANDIA 6:00 2O SUB STATE VOLLEYBALL 27 ACT TEST STATE VOLLEYEALL WELL UNTYBANK Yotir Kily lo lllRlllnl Mankato, KS 66956, 913-378-3162 Formoso, KS 66942 913-794-2211 ~WWW ,i i~)~ ' /:~i ;:ii~ ! i )