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I Randall By Fawna Barreff i l iT The area received ,4 inch of rain Tuesday, which halted some wheat planting. Ken Henderson, Teens USA Mis- sion, was guest speaker at Randall Community.Sanday. Southeast Coy- ores 4-H Club members will have wor- ship service Sunday. Nevada Vetter, Kristi Vetter and Elaine Peters attended a bridal shower for Buffy Bean in Beloit. Kristi and Elaine were two of the hostesses. DD Bridge met with Nevada Vetter with guests Nadine Bak:h and Loeta Clawson. Norma Clark, Topeka, visited her sister, Thelma Given. Ocie Miller vis- ited them daily. Sunday guests were Ron, Heidi and Nick Elnifl~, Cindy and David DeLeon, Celia McMillan, Bill Elniff and Gene Barrette. Cindy and David DeLeon visited Megan Shelton recently at Oklahoma Wesleyan College. Kevin and Myma Shelton visited Megan to celebrate her birthday. Ron Kelley hosted an Octobeffest Saturday evening with a roast pork barbecue, bonfire, music and games to dedicate an area dubbed Kelley Park. Estimates were that more than 80 peoNPle attended evada Vetter visited Mildred McElroy as she was celebrating her birthday were family members Butch and Beulah McEIoy and Diane and Bill Edwards. Cliff and Nevada Vetter hosted a birthday supper for Nancy Thronson. Guests were Nanette Dunstan and David Carpenter, Manhattan; Earl Dunstan and Eric Johnson, Scandia; Elaine and Dan Peters and Luke. Kristi Vetter and family also visited. The Vetters went to Wichita and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elzay Caywood. Leota Clay&on and Vicky Mahin went to Kansas City. Accompanying them were Tara Mahin, Lawrence; Susanna Stout. Hutchinson; and Beverly Elliot and Debbie Gaioway, Wichita. Gene and Fawna Barrett ate dinner with Betty Barrett. Jackie Cooper, Hays visited home folks in Randall during the weekend. Heather Barrett was a guest of her parents, Charli and Don Barrett. CeliaMcMillan and Bill EInifftook Ruth Koster, Cawker City, to Downs where they visited Jim and llene Koster. Lynell and Richard Sheahan re- turned from a two-week trip with George and Gall Sheahan to visit fam- ily and sight-see in Georgia and Florida. Lynelfand Richard Sheahan vis- ited their daughter, Linda. Salina. Randall Library Board met recently to plan a soup dinner Oct. 26, to hear an update on the heating system for the building and other routine business. Judy Hart, Richmond, Calif., was ih Randall recently to visit her late mother's friend, Marvel Beeler and Joe and Maxine Anderson as she was touching base with her roots. She and Marvel had a meal out. Marvel, some of her family, and the Andersons had a meal out. Joe drove her around the countryside where her family had owned land and where they had lived. They visited her cousins, Gerald Hart and Warren Joerg and stopped at the museum in Jewel l. Judy is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gayiord Hart and had lived in the house, now owned by Warren and Mailyn Joerg. She had a picture of her grandfather, J.S. Hart and other family on the porch of the house west of Randall Co-op Service Station. This house is scheduled to be moved from Randall later this year. Judy left Randall when she was two, and her father was called into military service. Hart is superintendent of Na- Ill I tional I~ Service, Department of the Interiorand is involved in the develop- ment of the new Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park near the ship- yards where many women worked during W~_ war n. Joe and Maxine Anderson, Walt and Marg Manley were dinner guests of Warren, Marilyn and Brittany Joerg, Phyllis and Junior Wilson attended a Wilson family potluck dinner in Blue Hill,Neb, Monday Kim and Kyle Hop- per and familyhad cake and ice cream at theWilson ashy celebrated Ariel's birthday. , \ I ], i Panorama By Fawm Barrett i i i ~\ L To walk down a path~vith roses bk)oming on each side; to have the sun caressing your face and the sceht from roses lifting your soul is pure joy. On a day like that, a group of women found renewingofthe spirit in the quiet beauty of a place called God s Garden south- east of Solomon. Delicate white, dainty pink, bold reds, velvet blooms sprouted from bush after bush after bush. Riotous reds, oranges and yellows came from one plant. Yellow buds changed to red- orange or brilliant red when in full bloom. Sprinkled among the solid col- ors were pale yellow buds touched with red;purpleorred and white striped roses and probably other colors. Subtle scents floated upward from the raised beds of roses. Providing backBround were hang- ing baskets of wave petunias with snow flake flowers. Tall plumed grasses and a bank of purple flowers hid the drive- way. Huge trellises of clematis vines separated parts of the garden. Weaving farther around the garden were ram- bling roses, zinnias, more petunias, other annuals and a lily pone with gold fish. Encompassed by trees, the garden was a refreshing place. I Paradise By Ava Knarr J Carl, Marsha, Joel and Ave Knarr attended the fall festival in Concordia 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 the Fort Hays State foot ball game Saturday. Kelly Griffith pla.yed. Rosina Anderson took Inez and Elwood Clark to Salina. Candace Durant, Kathlene Allen, Roberta Holdren and Betty James at- tended the performance of "My ]~air Lady" at the Saline Community The- ater. Ruth Knarr, Olatha, and friend, Joyce Bird, Lawrence, visited Ava Knarr, L~retta Hutchison and Lorna Wright. Charlotte Hansen attended her a soccer game at Concordia in which her grandson, Dalton Ediger, was a par- ticipant. Charlotte Hansen took Dalton Ediger to Salina for a doctor appoint- ment. Arlene Ediger and Ch~!otte Hansen went to Wichita Arlene s teaching class. Ava Knarr attended the 65th anni- versary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Max Croisant, Scottsville. Ava Knarr visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Townsdin, Jamestown. Charlotte Hansen visited June Butts. Now days you don't have to just watch out for the deer on the road. Sometimes it's turkeys and pheasants. l)o y()u need assistance We will be closed Monday, Oct. 13 in observance of Columbus Day Jarod Mikkelsen, owner 402-879-4210 - 888-605-8058 i Welcome to rn Show Thursday - Saturday Oct. 9 - 11 Were proud to support our neighbors Jean Rose, Ionia, ddes her home in Saturday's Octoberfest Parade. Rose has worked with horses and ridden for many years and participates in oomp~ons. Ill I I I Ill Ionia Members of the graduating classes of Ionia Rural High School from 1951 to 1958 attended a reunion at the Ionia church annex Oct. 4. After the after- noon social, most of the group went to the Buffalo Roam in Mankato for din- ner and more conservation. Karen Meyer baked a cake for the group that was served after the meal. There was a total of 49 graduates from these eight classes and 22 attended the reunion. Fourteen graduates from these years are deceased. Jo McCammon pre- sented a tribute to these class members with a white rose representing each one. George Alcorn, class of 1957, came from the furthest distance-- 1,400 miles from Pasco, Wash. Others came from Texas, Illinois, Colorado, Ne- braska and many places in Kansas. One past teacher attended, Maxine" Maag Bowman, who taught many of those present in 1946. Ilene Reeker Schnorr, class of 1959 also attended, as did many spouses of graduates. Pho- tograph of each class and the group as a whole was taken and many pictures of the school and those who attended were available for viewing and discus- SlOn. Bruce Fedde visited Arrilla and Roger Fedde for the weekend. He took home a trailer load of wood to Wichita to sell when he returned on Sunday. Gerald Grosch, Decatur, I!1., vis- ited Arrilla and Roger Fedde. Gerald was a graduate of Ionia High School with the class of 1953, then attended Kansas State University from 1953 to 1957, graduating with a degree in me- chanical engineering. He was em- ployed by Catexpitlm= in ~ur for 43 years before retiring in 2001. Gerald and Roger were college roommates for three years and Gerald was Roger's bestman at his wedding. They had not seen each other for 10 years. Elden and Donna Hollern, Colum- bus, visited at the Meyer home this week. They were in the Ionia and Esbon area doing some genealogy re- search. They also attended the Ionia Class Reunion. Jean Rose went to the Esbon Octo- ber Fest and rode her horse in the parade. Theresa came home and Karen and Theresa went to Hesston where Theresa stayed Friday and Saturday with Scott and Rachel Boden to spoil Alyssa and Elyse. Karen went on to Hutchison to a State CASA convention. She picked Theresa up on Saturday and returned to the farm. Theresa went back to Topeka on,Sunday. Cliff Bragg, a vigorous and dy- namic young speaker from Manhattan, gave the message at church Sunday. He spoke about a journey with Jesus. and how it fits into today's living. Next Sunday Laura Fricker will speak, and a potluck dinner is after the ser- vice. Rex Henningsen was in Hays last week to watch his grandson, Trevor Henningsen, play football. The Ionia Church women will work at the thrift shop Oct 10 from 1 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Willard VanWey and his wife from Texas have been visiting with his fam- ily and staying with his sister, Berta Burda and husband. Bob, in Cawker City. He came to attend his Ionia high school class reunion and also attended church. Virginia Douglas has been spend- ing a few days in Marysville visiting her son, Terry, and his wife, Lori, and her granddaughter Taylor. She cel- ebrated her birthday with them. On Tuesday they took her to Kansas City to Cabellos and other poi nts of i nterest. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were Sat- urday luncheon guests of Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker~City. Sunday supper guests~a(Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were Darrell ~nd Carla Davis, Portis. Ill I Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were G~orge, Si~rri, Christopher and Jana Eakin. Passage Sunday morning was James 2:1-13 and Romans 1:16-17. Theme Sunday morning was "No Deference To Difference." Passage Sunday evening was Leviticus 16:!-34 and Hebrews 9:1-15. Theme Sunday evening was YOM Kippur-The Day Of Atonement. Mr. and Mrs. John Koops, Denver, are visiting in Kansas. Linda Bomberger and daughter from Lincoln, Neb., visited Margaret LaDow. Mr. and Mrs, Rod Jansen and fam- ily, Grinnell, Iowa, visited the LawrenceTanises. Stacy Anderson, Lincoln, Neb., vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Schlatter. Happy Birthday to Kira Otte Oct. 5, Brent Keeps Oct. 10 DAVE'S GUN SHOP Bey -- Sell -- Trade Open by appotn~,ent or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs i Wanda Frasier is the new postmas- ter in Burr Oak. She will be installed Friday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. at the post office. Dorothy Oliveris home after spend- ing a week with her daughter, Carol and Ervin Peters, Bird City. Nancy McCorkle ate dinner Sun- day with Irene McCorkle at long term care, Mankato. It was Irene's 91st birthday. Walt and Peggy Wilson visited in Kansas City with their son, Devin Wilson, his wife and baby. They at- tended the car races. Alice Dell (Foster) Hoppe, Agra, formally of Burr Oak, is a patient in the hospital in Keamey, recuperatingfrom surgery. Formoso By Elaine Clark Dale and Ivah Hoard were supper guests of Guy and Deanna Mitchell, Chrystal and Trenton. Howard Field and Pastor Bob Elwell visited Howard Ross. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber were Robert and Ada Grimm, Bruce Massey, Hardy, Janet Higer, Travis, Tycen and Mason, Mankato, Gloria Massey, Ashley and Aiyssa Morrell, and Alexis McFarlane. Dale and Ivah Hoard were supper guests of Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla, Belleville. Lynn and Vanessa Dempsey were guests of Lynn's sister, Joan Whittin, St. Louis. James and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle, and Rita Lutz, Concordia, attended the Mankato junior high foot- ball game at Mankato. Corey and Dalton Barth played. Clifford and Brittany Massey, Hardy, were overnight guests of Gerald and Margaret Morrell and Royce. Larry Keeler, Tonganoxie, was a weekend guest of Brad Keeler. Others visiting Brad were Bob and Elaine Watson, Nelson and Merna Keeler and Katherine Grimes, Mankato. Stan Keeler, Oswego, Ill., and Garry Keeler, Balwin City, were weekend guests of Ann Keeler. Katherine Grimes, Mankato, visited Sunday af- ternoon. Al and Julia West, Topeka, were weekend guests of Ronald and Ira Lea payne. Randy and Kim Shadduck, Haleigh and Tyler, Mankato, visited Saturday. Kay Zimmer, Rita Allen, and Bey Hall, Courtland, stayed with their sis- ter, Chris Garst and Sierra, at Topeka. They celebrated October birthdays of Bey, Kay and Chris. Russell D~, Saltily, was a Sat- urday visitor of Steve-and Loreita Dunstan. Clint and Betty Reynolds attended the wedding of their grandson, Bryce and Kristina Reynolds Saturday at Hebron. Clifford and Brittany Massey, and Lillie Massey, Hardy, were overnight guests of Gloria Massey. Marvin and Ila Nelson met Eric Nelson and Amanda, and Theresa Alexander and Rachel, Lincoln, Neb., for Sunday dinner at Lincoln. Sunday overnight guests of Lee Ray and Dee Falk were Leon and Judy Falk, Harveyville. McCaela Nelson, Courtland, was a Sunday overnight guest of Jack and Nancy Higbee. for a Self-Pay/Medicare Bad Debt Specialist. Person will be responsible for working Credit/Collections accounts, monthly statements, keeping correspondence with collection company, and some Medicaid billing as well as keying in charges on a daily basis. Experience preferred. Please send letter of application and a resume to: James McWilliams, CFO PO Box 327 Mankato,, Ken. 66956 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, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endosoopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardian Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D. ..................................... Internal Medicine and Pdmary Care ...................................... Internal Medicine and Pediatrics M.D ........................................................................... Cardiology Fen, M.D .......................................................................... Orthopedics , P.A,C .................................................................... Family Practice A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan, 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137 Thursday, October 9, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECOF~ Wilma Underwood, Rosie Damon, Maakato, and Verniece Robinson, California, attended the program and parade at the Octobeffest in Esbon. Callers on Hazel Korb were the Rev. and Mrs. Ken Smith, Anna Belle Grubbs, Marie Pinson, Louise Korb, Sandie Korb, Jane Lewis and Barbara Reuner. Larkie Searcy had an early birthday Foarty for her mother, Hazel Korb, be- re she came home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weiler and family, Kenesaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hansen and Lucas, Gibbon, Neb., were guests. Bob Korb hosted a birthday party for his mother, Hazel, in her home. Guests were Louise Korb, Sandy Korb, Marie Pinson, Louzy and Bob. Viola Crane and Charles Crane are home after going to Belle Fourche, S.D., for the funeral of Viola's brother, Arthur Burbage. After the service they spent several days sight seeing. Bob and Marilyn Johnson were weekend guests of her sister and fam- ily in Kansas City and attended the car races. Anna Belle Grubbs called on Peggy Wilson at her craft and sewing shop. Florence Headley is a patient in the Kearney hospital. Callers in the Gene Johnson home were Louise Korb, Marcella Ost, Madeline McMains, Catherine Byers and Lyle Reece, Mankato. Betty and Harold Brown attended their nephew's memorial service in Salina, Sunday. Kelly and Gracie McNichols and Winnie McNichols went to Beloit to the cross country meet. Hilary McNichols, Concordia was running. Winnie McNichols and Joyce McNichols, Superior, spent the week- end in Haviland. They attended the Friends College Annual Auction and were dinner guests of Mary and Alan Binford Jr. Smitherman was also a guest. Betty Brown was hostess to the Monday morning Bible study. Geneva Garman, Vivian Reed and Wilton Underwood had lunch together at a cafe in Jewell. World Wide Communion was observed at the United Methodist Church Sun- day morning with other parish church congregations attending. The chancel choir from Mankato Harmony sang. Pastor Laura Fricker spoke on "The Place Where You Belong." A fellow- ship dinner was served after service. Cliff Barnes has been painting the buildings at the football field. Elton Loomis, Mountain Home, Ark., husband of the former Wilma Caldweli, died. The front of the care got a new coat of paint over the weekend. Elsie Carper, Lebanon, accompa- nied the Doug Frasiers to church and ate Sunday dinner with them. Richard Frasier and Skylar and Josh Frasier were dinner guests and in the after- noon celebrated Josh's 21st birthday. Having lunch together at a local cafe were Joan Lockwood, Great Bend, Barbara Ohmstede, Guide Rock, Paul and Goldie Becker, Hastings, Gloria Schlaefli, Ionia, and Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Burr Oak. Vet rep visits Oct. 22 Russell A. Sharff, Veterans Em- ployment Representative, will be in Mankato to work with all veterans seek- ing employment in the public and pri- vate sector. He will be at the Jewell County Courthouse, Wednesday, Oct. 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sharff is Disabled Veterans' Outreach Pro- gram Representative, Salina Office. with grocery shopping,, housekeeping or personal care? Let me assist you or your loved one. Licensed CNA, Restorative aid. CPR and First Aid Certified, The Jewell County Jewell County, Ken. paid the following payrolls and t the Quarter ending SNN/aI: General July Aug. Sept. Put~c Health Ju~/ Sept. AppraiserJu~ Aug. Sept. Roed and e~0e Ju~ Aug. S~ Nox~=Weed Aug. Sept. Solid Waste Ju~y Aug. Sept. Ambulancedu4y Aug. Sept 9-1-1 Fund July C/eedng Account KS BC/BS July Aug. Sept. Jw. Co.Flex Plan Juty Aug. Se~ KS BC/BS. Dent~ Jey Aug. Sept. KPERS July Aug. Sept KPERS-F.mpL ,My Aug. SeU. Nat~onw~e.Re~rement Jub/ Aug. Sept. Fed W/H Ju~y - - Aug, S~ KS W/H July Aug. Sept. So~ Secumy Jey AUg. Sept. Central U~ed Life July Aug. Sept. Conseeo Health Ins. July (Cap~ Ame~an) Aug. Sept. Co~x~ UfoJ~y Sept. Nat1T~ Life July Aug. Se~. AFLAC Ju~ Sept. $24 $24 $1, $1, Clerk of Distr~ CT ~ Qu=tor Une~t General PuU~c Hea~ Appra~= Roedand ~ s~e~ B~doe Spedal Highway Noxious Weed Sdtd Waste Ambulance Ambulance~qutp. Em~t~/ee Bene~ Tower Fund 9-1-1 TOTAL: A detailed statement tures is available for public at the County Clerk's office. Available 6 a.m. - 6 p,m. Monday - Friday Call 785-378-3562 This newspaper available on ~ Leave Message intemet at i~,|/: ............ o- httlY/WWW.superiome.com ~. Results from large run on Oct. 3 STEERS 6 340 116.00 6 478 110.00 7 489 110.25 4 511 109.25 12 567 111.00 9 573 107.00 15 599 108.25 11 613 104.95 7 619 105.75 11 665 103.25 6 699 103.25 8 770 101.00 120 794 102.30 HEIFERS ~' ' ~ 4 424 104. 16 491 100.~ 17 558 101.~ ~_ .,,wa 8 581 97,~ 4 620 98.~ 11 659 22 74o 15 750 3 867 CONSIGNED FOR FRIDAY, OCT. 10 , ,~ 25 cross-bred stee~ and heifers, 450.600; 20 Btack steers and heifers 'w'~.' e 550; 33 Red Angus cross steem and heifem, 500.600 '~ Many more by ude timel ,, ~ CONgI~ EARi, Wll * For more information or to consign osll: Sale barn at 785-527,2258 or Barry and Angil Kerr, owners at 785-527-2870 We appreciate your businessll