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COUNTY RECORD .all Randall Church Sunday 5 during hour. Oct. 12, the ill have charge worship. SeniOr Citizens met with for the Joe the business meet- were made for hosting on aging Thursday. It to help with the cost of to replace the one Lions Den. Council on Aging with 17present. women quilted at the football tO Brian and Adam, and Joleta Shamburg, visited Bob and Mary Ig Mary took sup- County Long Term great- were present. His was a guest. Curt daughters made the birthday cake with looked like wood and herson, Jason, Oak l Belle Grubbs Mrs. Keith Hams, Boul- b., were house guests of Nelson other relatives. Brecheisen, Pittsburg, and Olathe, were weekend Gale and Kathleen Jeffery was received of the death of 3alty. Rock Island, I11., for- Burr Oak and Mankato in the Burr Oak Cemetery. and Harold Brown and Dor- Courtland, were in Great r and Saturday visiting fam- was greeter Sunday at the United Methodist poke on 'Who say He is'. Diana Dethloff in the of Lorie 'happy to Jackie Boyles. Marty Richie Boyles were in her. Oct. 5 is World Com- Worship Service in 10:30 fol lowed by fellow- Debby Plait have moved S.C. Oliver is visiting her ~o1 Peters and husband, visited Mr. and Mrs. Cawker City, Friday football won. Barnes and family, Red lunch guests Monday of bs was hostess to a afternoon at the K.K. Club members l were Beth Jeffery, Winnie , Earlene Jeffery, Marilyn A. ,n C. Jeffery, Loyce Clover, Lila Smith, Patty Bird, Betty , Velma Lee Smuck, and Guests were Bonita ~t Underwood, Mr, and Mrs. Mankato, Vernice and Mr. and Mrs. a 85th sur- e for Fred Lagagren given by his wife e and Steve and Patty Over 40 attended. Fred and Rose's brothe,. Wilson was hostess to the l'hursday at the Barrett sk) forth blue-gray cloud ! to the background took ;SOmberness of the cloud. ! the horizon to the south and of elongated gray were Several rows, yet low in the a clean brush into white, artist was flinging globs to in the blue to add an- asion to this spectacular the scene was changed ght was gonefor- shopping, or care? assist you or loved one. CNA. aid. First Aid Certified. 6 a.m 6 p.m. Thursday, October 2, 2003 drove to Topeka to attend the swear- ing-in ceremonies for Jim Johnson as a lawyer Friday. Jim is employed in a law office in Lawrence. Barb and Challen Ramsey attended the Bigeiow town reunion Sunday. Barb had grown up in that community. Elaine and Jerry Peters went with the Beloit CYO on a hayrack ride. Fawna Barrett called on Betty Barrett, Jamestown and her daughter, DianaWieland, Colby. Betty had foot surgery. Several from Randall went on the Williams Your Way Travel tour. Recent guests of Alan and Barbara McMillan were Mary Jo Geiger, Chanute, Rhonda Motis, Lake Wales, Fla., Debbie and Gary Scott, Jessica Richardson and Aidan Fundenderger, Lyons, and Jamie Harvey, Salina. Jackie and Kade Cooper, Hays, vis- ited family in Randall and Belleville. Joe and Lana LaCost took Ruth Rhodes to Kansas City to see Scott Webb's new grandson, who is Ruth's great-great grandson. Phyllis and Junior Wilson went to Red Cloud to visit Alta Mac and Jesse Barnason. Jill and Mike Ramsey met Mr. and Mrs. Chad Ramsey and family, Sedgwick, Chris Ramsey and Shelly Alefs, Hays, in Salina. Winnie McNichols attended the Armagost reunion in Guide Rock Sun- day. Florence Headley is a patient in the Mankato hospital. Jami Underwood is attending Jo- seph School of Cosmetology.in Hastings. Hazel Korb is home after spending time in the hospital and with herdaugh- ter Larkie and husband. " Louise Korb, Jack and" Catherine Byers and Ronnie Burgess, Phillipsburg, were visitors of Gene and Marie Johnson. Dennis and Sherry White, Cedaredge, Colo., were dinner guests of Barbara and Warren White. Mr. and Mrs. John Carman and Jessica, Hastings, and Geneva Carman went to Osborne Saturday to a birthday party for Evan Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Carman. He was two years old. Rose Damon, Mankato, and Vemice Roberson visited Wilma Underwood. Vivian Reed attended the memorial service for her brother, Bryant Clegg, Sunday at the Christian Church in Mankato. Woody and Beulah Wilson vi sited Edna Fogo. I Dispatch By Edna Verhage I/ t " IlL/ / I Greeters SUrglay wer~ lcanettaand Regina Groenendyk; ShadLewis; John. Ashley and Venassa Trotter. Passage Sunday morning was Acts 1:1-11. Theme Sunday morning was 'Tell Your Story'. Passage Sunday evening was Genesis 22:1-18 and James 2:14-26. Theme Sunday evenmg was 'What Good Is It?' Pastor Harold and Rev. Jeff VanDerWeele, Luctor CRC, ex- changed pulpits Sunday evening. Happy birthday to Jaync VandeRiet, Oct. 4. The wheat ground was ideal for, planting. were cited recently when the Mankato Tree Board members met. - "these activities were listed: Arbor F, ay recognized May 1; planted two trees in City Park; three memorial trees were planed on the highway east of town and one memori al tree was planted on hospital grounds; a shrub was planted in the Thomas Edison Park; trees were watered many times this summer because of the drought. i I Jon and Rosalie Menhusen and Alan and Elaine Smith perform their rendition of the song, "Second Hand Rose," for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Second Hand Rose, which opened recently in Mankato. Owner and operator of the store is Tatje Fronterhouse. Olive Hill Secondhand Rose By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Scott. Theresa, Brandon and Garrett Watters. Windside, Neb. Pastor David Watters had a special message for the children during the service. Ushers were Iiliff Banks and Bill Blauvelt. Ruth Giger, mother of Carol Waiters, fell the day of her 85th birth- day and is hospitalized at the Bred- stone Memorial Hospital. Gene Ahrens has been dismissed from the Brodstone Memorial Hospi- tal, Superior and a hospital in Lincoln. He is staying in the home of his niece and family, Christine and Rick tended a horse sale, at Sutton Saturday and purchased a horse while there. Donna Hanna, Riley, was a SAtur- day visitor of her mother, Vera Dye, and helped with the housework. Kathy Dye, Beatrice, called on them. Kathy was spending the day with her mother, Glenadine Lorimer. Dennis Dye, He- bron. visited each day the past week. Jacqueline Boyles visited'Sherry Hasemeyer. Callers on Wilma Andrews the past week were Mema Lee Wester, Sharon Martin, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler, Elizabeth and Lyle Reece, Mankato. and residents of the Superior Manor. Sunday dinnerguests of Jerry, Ca/y, Johanson, Clay Center, Neb. Sherry, Rosemarie and Rosema~ ...... ~--,,Ig~emoyer near Webber were Jo Ann IiliffandLenaBanks. AneneHetjen ---7 ..... and Elaine Miller were Saturday din- and Jonn ttogers, tmc and Emilea net guests of Armona Stineman. Rogers, Hastings, Travis Rogers, Kimball, at her camping trailer in Lin- coln Park, Superior. Dr. Daniel Stineman was visiting with his mother who recently had surgery and is now convalescing at her home. Ruth and Larry Hale, Juniata, were Thursday visitors of her mother, Dee Ross. Sherry Hasemeyer and Ken Winslow were callers the past week at the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Jessica and Allison Thompson at- Paradise Tree board cites Charolette Hansen attended a soc- completed projects cer game at Concordia, in which her grandson, Dalton Ediger, played in. Accomplishments for the past year By Ava Knarr I Cari~ Marsha, Joel and Ava Knarr attended the Fall Festival in Concordia Saturday and called on Brian and Amanda Strait. Joel Knarr, Concordia~ was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robbin Griffith, and Marjorie Hartsel went to Fort Hays State University to attend the football game, Kelly Griffith played in. Rosiana Anderson took Inez and Etwood Clark to Salina for medical appointments. Candace Durant, Kathlene Allen. Robert Holdren and Betty James at- tended the play, "My Fair Lady," at the community theater in Salina, Thurs- day. Ruth Knarr, Olathe, and Joyce Bird. Lawrence, visited Ava Knarr, Loretta Hutchison and Loma Wright Thurs- day and Friday. Mankato Weather Bill Wood, observer Tuesday, Sept. 23 84 48 Wednesday, Sept. 24 70 49 Thursday, Sept. 25 71 39 . Friday, Sept. 26 76 38 Saturday, Sept. 27 69 45 Sunday, Sept. 28 64 40 Monday, Sept. 29 63 39 No moisture i Milford, Janice, Rodney, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward, Carl Collins, Burr Oak, Louie Ir. and Ruth Hasemeyer. They celebrated the birth- day of Jo Ann Rogers. Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward and Jerry Hasemeyer attended the horse sale at Sutton Saturday. Roger and Carol Roe spent Sunday afternoon in Holdrege. They watched their grandson, Ryan Roe, play on a football team. Later they were supper guests in the home of John. Sandi, Randee and Ryan Roe. has grand opening The Secondhand Rose, Mankato. held a grand opening Friday morning. OwnerTatje Fronterhouse, friends and family members served Danish. rolls, coffee and juice. . At 10 a.m. a ribbon cutting cer- emony was held with Mavor Don Koester presenting Fronterhouse with a certificate of membership in the Man- kate Chamber Of Commerce. Alan and Elaine Smith and Jon and Roselie Menhusen entertained with their rendition of the song "Second Hand Rose." Several bouquets and balloons were delivered throughout the day. "I really appreciated everyone com- ing and to the Smiths and Menhusens for singing. It made for a great day," Fronterhouse said. Eliminates Need to Carry Strips Supp//~s are Med/can~ and Insurance Cowmd No Up Front Costs No Paporux'rk FREE DgHV~W TO YOUR HOME CALL THE ORIGINAL DIABETICS HOTLINE 1-800-785-3636 You need a bank with understanding, with up-to-the-minute farm reports and one that can help you throughout the year, Talk to our friendly staffl RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ~ ~5-739-2212 ['I#N'g~IEn .-" Second Hand Rose is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m: to 4 p.m. Crop insurance subject of committee Congressman Jerry Moran, chair- person of the Agriculture Subcommit- tee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, conducted a hear- ing to review crop insurance for pro- gram crop producers. The hearing focused on crops cov- ered by commodity program provi- sions under the 2002 Farm Bill. such as com, cotton, gram sorghum, soybeans Vanessa Dempsey tQ, address PRIDE group Courtland PRIDE Community Club .will have a guest speaker on Tuesday. Miss Vanessa Dempsey, Formoso, will share some of her experiences with the group on her activities as a broadcast journalist inth Old Guard, which is a part of the 3rd U.S. Infantry at Fort Meyer, Va. Dempsey graduated from Valley Center High School in 1999 and three days after her graduation was on her way to Fort Jackson, South Carolina, to begin her Army career. "I had al- ways wanted to serve my country,'" stated Dempsey. The fact that her fa- ther was with the National Guard for 30 years was probably also an influ- ence. She received Advanced Indi- vidual Training (AIT) at Fort Meade, Md. Dempsey is one of the first l0 women to become amember of the Old Guard. After three years she has stepped out of her blue wool uniform of the Old Guard and will move on to further her Army career as she will be stationed at Yakota Air Force Base in Japan. Her duties there will be to serve with the Armed Forces Radio and TV Pacific in the area of brgadcasting. Dempsey served as the announcer of the Old Guard many times and used the words', "Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States, to in- troduce the President of the United States. She has had the privilege of intro- ducing President Bush several times at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery prior to his participation in the ceremony where a wreath is placed at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. "One of my happiest appearances in the eyes of the public was this past June when I announced the Presiden- tial Proclamation of the Korean War Armistice at the Korean War Memo- rial,"-stated Dempsey. "It's at times like this with all the dignitaries and four star and three "star Generals that you don't.want to mess up." At Arlington National Cemetery she knew they were going to play the Four Cords before her announcement of the President. She could tell the audience was waiting on her and later President Bush acknowledged Dempsey for her composure under stress. , Dempsey shared that one of the hardest duties she experienced was on Sept. 11,2001, when the Pentagon was hit. She had left her base and was on her "mission" to the Pentagon when she was stopped and called back for a briefing just five minutes away from the scene. "We were called to a 10 minute briefing and then ordered to Pentagon. Dempsey noted that half of the Old Guard members had already left to begin the arrangements for the Spirit of America show in Ohio. "We worked long hours from Sept. 11 to the 15th. Tents were set up in the parking area. We were allowed to leave for an hour to get showers." Dempsey commented, "People were unrecognizable. We used driver's licenses to 'see people'." Later one of her jobs was to take family members through the disaster area. As Dempsey was taking a group of six or seven she was asked by a six or seven year old, "i f her mother were qwickly." "Yes" was Dempsey' s comment as she recognized the girl from a picture on a desk. While doing recovering, Dempsey shared several unusual circumstances. Items that could be salvaged from the ruins were removed. A flag was hang- ing on a wall that was burnt all around. However, the flag was in perfect corn dition and when removed, the wall behind it was perfectly white. This flag was folded and the Fill gave it to the Old Guard, who in turn presented it to the Smithsonian. Another instance was when a dozen roses were found in their plastic wrap- ping and not one single singe. "They were perfect with drops of dew on their petals and looked like they just ~:ame from the flower shop." Happier duties for Dempsey were on occasions such as welcoming the members of the WinterOlympics when she was honored to do the ceremony. She also announced the ceremony for the D-Day memorial at the Super Dome in New Orleans, which was filled to capacity, 70,000 people were in the audience. "One can't see the people because of the lights. Miss Dempsey, is the daughter:of Dan and Lynn Dempsey, Formoso, and the granddaughter of Forrest Dempsey. I Jewel! County Friendship M als i Oct. 6 through Oct. 10 Monday: Lasagna. tossed salad. garlic bread, .pears. Tuesday: Smothered steak, baked potato, coleslaw, wheat bread, straw- berry and peach gelatin. Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli and rice, wheat roll, peach crisp. Thursday: Ribette, bun, potato wedges, cauliflower and carrots, bread pudding. Friday: Liver and onions or elation of Wheat Growers, testified on behalf of the National Association of Wheat Growers. Also taking part were representatives from the National Cot- ton Council. National Corn growers Association and American Soybean Association. I Homecoming Special Mixed Flower Bundle- $7.95 Cash and CarrY lqowt r l telh U.(P. 102 S, Commercial Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3950 I MONDAY, OCT. 20 1:30 p.m. Location: 735 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. Ranch-style, three-bedroom home with 20x20 detached garage and I0xi 0 utility shed. This home, has central heat and air conditioning. It has a very nice kitchen with builtqns, refrigerator and stove. It has a carpeted living room and dining room, a full bath and a half bath. it has a main floor utility, three bedrooms with built-in closets and a 21x26 room that was formerly the attached garage. It is located on four comer lots. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 1,2,3 and 4 in Block 27, in Mankato Case Addition to the City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kan. TAXES: $677.30 to be prorated as of closing date. TERMS: 10 percent day of sale, balance on or before closing date of Nov. 15, 2003. Title Insurance to be paid half by seller and half by purchaser. POSSESSION: On closing date. AGENCY DISCLOSURE: Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate and its agents are and will be acting as transaction broker. ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE DAY OF THE SALE WILL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATTER. To v/ew the property before the safe, contact , Gera/dZ/mmer or Tom Leflr//ng at 785-378-3693 JACK TYLER, Seller AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Your opportunity to buy a nice three-bedroom home in a good location in Mankato, Ken. Auction conducted by:, Gerald gimmer Auction a Real Estate Beloit, Kan. 67420 Phone: 765-738-2010 (Office); 785-738-2133 (Residence) 785-738-5800 (Auction Palace) 1-800-577-7336 E.mail us at GZARE@NCKCN.COM or WWW.ZAUCT/ON-PALACE.COM I , Termite'Inspections and Treatments Jarod Mikkelsen, owner 402-879-4210 @ 888.-605-8058 THREE-BEDROOM, two-car garage, full basement-3/4 fin- ished. On E. Main. PHce Reduced, $5,000/ I~1 THREE BEDROOM, single-car garage, Storage ~;hed. On N. Commercial. Price reduced/ [21 THREE-BEDROOM, two bath, full-unfinished-basement, Double wide. On N. Lincoln. Priced to sell/ Auction 6orald |immer & Real Estate East Highway 24 Beloit, Kan. Call Tom at 785-378-3693 III I I II I I I I I [ fll I ' Register to win TWO tickets to the K-State vs. Baylor football game Saturda3 Nov. 1 sponsored by Heartland Bank To WIN, guess the total points of the ]ewdl-White Rock vs. Pike Valley football game (at ]ewetl on Friday, Oct. 17) Total Points (for a TIE BREAKER, how many pints were scored by Jewell _ _) Must be POSTMARKED no later than Oct. 15 or returned to Heartland Bank by Noon on Oct. 17! Name Street Adress City, State, Zip Phone Number (VERY Important!l!) Mocal ~r~ ~II t~ notiftqd by Itom ~ pid~ td~ at: ~ Ba~, 120 S. W~dtngto~, jewell, Kan. 6694! Any wlnner ~ 0(~ area MI ha~ ~ tld~s mai~l to them. (EMPLOYEES AND FNdlLIES ol ~ Barllt are ~ to par'ddpllle) HeorHond Bonk Heartland Bank 120 S, Washington, JeweU, Kan. I evening. - Charolette Hansen visited June Butts Friday, Now days you don't have to just watch out for the deer on the road, Saturday we had to stop for turkeys, pheasants.and a deer. and wheat, call our parents to inform them we ,.= "Producers have faecal a.vari~y of were,OK as two of the offices 0fMili- salisbttt-y steak, gravy, parsley pota- regional disasters in r~ent years, in- tary District of Washington are housed toes, green beans, wheat roll, pine- cluding persistent drought condition in at the Pentagon," added Dempsey. The apple. , some areas of the country, flooding, plane was still on fire when we were Meals delivered by Lutheran hail and most recently, damaged from taken to the Pentagon to begin our Church. Call by 9 day of meal. Center Charolette Hansen took Dalton Hurricane Isabel." Moran said. "Crop tasks. "My first duty was get the media phone 378-3385. EdigertoSalinaforamedical appoint- insurance is critical to withstanding away from the area," All members of merit, these challenges, and this series of the Old Guard were called upon to When traveling, packallyourbottles ArleneEdigerandCh_~olet Hansen hearings is helping to reveal improve- begin to begin the recovery as only the of shampoo, lotions, etc. in zip lock went to Wiehita Saturday for Arlene s ments necessary to make the program OIdGuardandFBIwereallowedinthe bags to contain any spills. teaching class, a more effective risk management tool.'" Ava Knarr attended the 65th anni- Two Ka nsans testified before versary open house honoring Mr. and Moran's Subcommittee. Leo Bindel, Mrs. Max Croisant at Scottsville, Sun- Sabetha, testified on behalf of the Na- day. tional Grain Sorghum Producers As- ,'~ ,'- Ava Knarr visited Mr. and Mrs. sociation, and John Thaemert, Sylvan e~q,~ Residential and Commerci:l~.~ "~.~ GienTownsdininJame~town, Sunday Grove, president of the Kansas Asso- ~ , Pesla~lMseetC0nlr01 " ",s~*/,~ 6:"