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II II IIIII Panorama By Fawna Barrett =m~!, u i u Spotlights of yellow and gold are seen along the creeks, in shelterbeits and scattered among the homesteads. A section of trees could be green or green-brown with just one brilliant yellow tree standing forth like the top style of fall. Shrubs have turned to a reddish hue sprinkling their color along the road- ways. Even the grasses are dolled up in reds, reddish browns, which mingle with the browns and tans foreyc-cateh- ing scenes, Some shrubs are putting forth red berries for dots of color on the branches. One's hands itch for the artist's arrived Saturday for a two-week visit. Her two daughters and a son-in-law brought her from Iowa. C'~allen Ramsay rode with Butch Shubkagel to Colorado. Challen went elk hunting while Butch was visiting his family. Barb Ramsey had Sunday dinner with her daughter, Shauna Budke and family, Beloit. Fawna Barrett visited Natalie and David Wood, Solomon. Charlotte Anderson visited her aunt, Lucille Stover, Barnard. Nevada Veaer took items for Luth- eran Relief to Saline and met her sister, Naida Paschal, Lindborg, for lunch. Gordon and Betty Kibbe arrived in Randall late last week to spend some time with family. talent to capture these unusual blends L before the h and colors of winter Jewell Another spot of red,red glows from By Roberts Holdren the sumac plants. So far, just tips of frost have touched the landscape to ' ' highlight this gorgeous season. Ill I III III Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall received about .30 inch of rain Saturday morning. GFWC of KansasProgressive Study Club will join other federated clubs across the state for "Make A Differ- ence Read-a-Then" held in conjunc- tion with the Randall Library benefit meal and book sale Oct. 26. Look for more details next week. Jill Ramsey brought her mother, Doris Abram, to see the Jewell Corn Show parade and attend the barbecue. In the afternoon they drove around the countryside in the Randall area and stopped at the Ramsey home Loretta (Bill) Elniff was taken to the hospital by ambulance Friday and was dismissed Sunday. Vesta Corm entered the hospital Friday. Colin Hoppe, infant son of Kyle and Kim Hoppe, was taken to the hospital Sun- day. Ariel and Alex McCollough spent Sunday with Junior and Phyllis Wil- son. Ron Given was aguest of his mother, Theima Given. Joan I~orrest, Lamed,. spent several days with Thelma as she was tending to Randall Alumni busi- ness and visiting relatives. OcieMiller called on Thelma. Thelma Given took Gerald Cash out for his birthday and as a surprise, invited Mr. and Mrs. Alan Van Kooten to join them. Martha Lumb and Dawns Greene returned Sunday from a two-week va- cation to Memphis, Tenn.; several stops in Mississippi and to Branson, Me. Dawna spent Sunday night with her sister before returning to her home in Oklaho~na City. Betty and Bob St. John attended the SpecialOiympics AreaBowlingTour, nament in Salina. They stopped at the home of their daughter, Lynette Miller, Beloit, to visit with her guests. Those present were Brenna and Brenden Mannell and Kevin, Des Moines, Iowa; Blaine Miller, Colorado Springs, and two of Lynene s best friends from school, Connie Konescny, Omaha, and JoAnn Presser, Westchester, Pa.. Sh- annon St. John and Sarah Smith. Judy Hart, daughter of Margaret and Gaylord Hart, Emeryville, Calif., I I I Ann Boomer and Tyler, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barrett, Wichita, were guests of Gerald and Marie McAtee. Nell Bohnert, Pennsylvania, called this reporter to report that while he was going through family heirlooms, he found a plate featuring the grade school building wheh it was built as the high school, and other items he will be send- ing to the PalmerMuseum. He is the grandson of the late Ida Bohnert and son of the late Andy Bohnert, one - time residents of Jewell. He learned about the Palmer Museum on the Jewell County Internet site. The 2003 Corn Show is now in the history book of Jewell. Rain fell early Saturday morning but stopped in time for the parade. Bands from Mankato and Jewell provided music while marching. Classes and churches en- tered floats. Tractors, the fire truck, children's parade and a horse-drawn carriage all made the parade an out- standing event. The barbecue meal was served at the high school, compli- ments of the City of Jewell. At 1:30 Darrell Bohnert, city council presi- dent, dedicated the Magg Memorial park. The park has been redone dur- ing the summer months. Trees, shrubs and other landscaping have been added to make the park a place of beauty in the center of town. Ken Bendict and family entertained in the new g~ebo, games were played in the streets by children and adults, the evening concluded with a program atthe high school. Charlotte Hanson has been attend- ing Jamestown soccer games in which her grandson, Dalton Ediger, is a par- ticipant. Betty Zade, Mankato, and Danny Zadeo Hastings, visited Ella Rae Rafferty. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Burchett, Scottsbluff, Neh., visited Judy Burchett. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Varney. Wheaten, Ill.. visited the Jewell rela- fives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Divel, Pitts- burgh, Kan.;were in Jewell for the corn show. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laney, Albu- qnerque, N.M., stopped in Jewell seek- ing family information. Kathy Laney is great -granddanghter of the late John M. Hutchinson who operated the Richard Brandon. The group went to Clay Center Sunday. Gwen Everson is in the hospital at Mankato. Judy Burchett and Roberta Holdren were dinner guests of Gerald and Marie McAtee. Bill Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baldwin and Myrtle Baldwin were visi- tors at the Max Elniff home. They celebrated the Elniffs 10th wedding anniversary. Jewell Senior Citizens meet Fri- day for a potluck dinner. ]~ring a cov- ered dish and join the g~up for the noon meal. A group of cousins got together at the social room at the Jewell Apart- ments. Attending were Rosina Ander- son, Carol and Marilyn .Bourbon, Lois Oplinger, Eiwood and lnez Clark, Bera Heinlen and son, Ken, Dayton, Ohio. II II II I I Formoso By Elaine Clark Shirley Free, VeraReed,Gene Clark and Tony and Becky Patrick, Saline, visited Joyce Patrick. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber were Gloria Massey, Nancy Howell, Robert and Ada Grimm, Ashley and *Alyssa Morrell and Alexis McFarlane. Janet Higer, Tycen and Mason, Man- kate, were Friday supper guests. Sun- day supper guests were Dan and Janet Higer, Tycen and Mason, Mankato. Henry and Mary Stoics, Courtland, Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, and Delno Reed, Concordia, visited Brad Keeler. George and Nadine Balch were in Topeka Tuesday through Friday to at- tend the Silver Haired Legislature. Howard and Louise Field visited Ruby Stafford at Belleville Health Care. James and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle, and June Haskins, attended the junior high football game at Jewell. Corey and Dalton Barth played on the Mankato team. Marvin and Ila Nelson visited Gladys Rogers at Wichita. Katherine Grimes, Mankato, vis- ited Ann Keeler. Pastor Bob and Janet Elwell re- turned home Friday after a trip to Lewistown, Mont. McCaela and Cheyenne Nelson, Courtland. were Friday overnight guests of Jack and Nancy Higbee. Brenda Koster, TinaJohnson. Ster- ling, and Rhonda Petty, Kinsley, at- tended the Renaissance Festival at Bonner Springs. Guests of Robert and Ada Grimm were Clifford and Brittany Massey and Bruce and Lillie Massey, all of Hardy. Carol Rogers York, Derby, was a weekend guest of Ann Keeler. Sunday Ann, Carol, Brad Keeler and Rosie Fintel, Superior, had dinner together at Superior. Nelson and Mema Keeler, Mankato, visited Ann in the afternoon. Renee Holmes, Hesston, was a weekend guest of Forrest Dempsey. Mindy Dunstan and Tyler Dunstan, 000000000000000000 MEDICAL HELP WANTED: Part-time for life inurance medical reports. RN, LPN, CNA, EMT, etc. Venipuncture required. You choose when and how many hours to work. Hutchinson Drug Store on Washing- ee $,30 plus per hour. ton Streetin the late 1890s. She is the Manhattan, and Russell Dunstan, Salina, were weekend guests of Steve and Loreita Dunstan. Steve and Loreita, Mindy and Tyler, were Sunday supper guests of Phyllis Esslinger at Mankato. Bill Free, Cleveland, Okla., was a weekend guest of Ben and Shirley Free. They, along with Bob and Becky Roush and Samantha, Don and Norms Johnson, Curt and Jodi Free and Anika and Delbert and Peggy Tholstrup, Salina, Dale and Edna Lervold, Con- cordia, and Beverly Sothers and Betty Engwall, .Courtland, celebrated Flo- rence Free's 93rd birthday Saturday afternoon at Mt. Joseph, Concordia. Bob and Becky and Samantha were Ben and Shirley's Sunday supper guests. Wayne and Rite Alien were in Saline Saturday and had lunch with Patty Pillard of Salina. Shelly Haskins and Kyle attended the Boy Scout Fun Day Camp at Belleville. Jewell County 4-H King and Queen, Jared Nelson and Tracy Bohnert, rode in the Jeweil Corn Show Parade Satur- day. They rode in Norman Greene's surrey. James Haskins and Corey attended the Jewell Corn Show. Corey, Chyla Stafford and Chrystal Mitchell marched in the parade with the Mankato Band. Gerald and Margaret Morrell were supper guests of Gary and Crystal Massey and Cody, Hardy. Vera Reed, Jack and Nancy Higbee, Richard and Sue Nelson, Michael Higbee, Courtland, and Jeannea Higbee Scandia, visited Jeremie and Christel Nelson, McCaela, Cheyenne, Josie and Jackie, Courtland. They celebrated Jackie's first birthday. Joe and Amanda Brown visited Tammy Shumard, a patient at Wesley Hospital, Wichita. Attending 4-H Sunday at the Ran- dall Community Church were Deanna Mitchell, Chrystal and Trenton, Janelle Spiegel, Zach and Ryan, and Ivah Hoard. Chrystal sang a solo and gave a reading. Trenton, Zach and Ryan were greeters. Jewell County 4-H members, par- ents and leaders attended the officer training at Mankato. Elaine Clark was an instructor. Chrystal Mitchel and Jared and Jason Nelson also attended the Junior Leader meeting. Do a good job because you want to, not because you have to. This puts you in charge instead of your boss. i[fTl? LiJ visited Marvel Beeler. Going out for pizza that evening with them were Shirley Bigham, Steph Barrett, Shelby and Jake, Brittany Joerg, Joe and Maxine Anderson and Troy and Allison Carlgren and family. Gen Koss, sister ofLyneli Sheahan, [] II I IIIIII I III onetime resident of Jewell. Roberta Holdren called on Edwin and Ruth Holdren, Montrose. Larry Smith, Wichita, visited his aunt, Lucile Ozmun. Wanda Russell visited Opal and i Paradise to members of Port Chapter No. 55, Jewell, Order of Easter Star at the Oct. 22 meeting at 8 p.m. members will vote in consolidating with another Chapter. All members urged to attend. i By Ava Knarr Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thacker and Marvin and Mariah Riddick, Saline, attended the Jewell Corn Show and stayed with Ava Knarr. Mr. and Mrs. Cad Knarr, Jewdl; Joel Knarr, Concordia; Katheren and Michael Tickle, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thacker, Marvin and Mariha Riddick, Saline, were dinner guess of Ava Knarr. Katheren Tickle and Ava Knarr at- tended the funeral of Pat Lienberger. Order of Eastern Star presented graveside services for Pat Lienberger. Marjorie Hansel stayed with Mark Baxaand family, Saline, whileTammy was at the Mayo Clinic. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood Clark were Bera Heilen and Ken, Day- ton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kemmerer were hosts for the Kemmerer Reunion. At- tending were Mildered Hutcheraft, Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Hinger, Zake and Jemma, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyer, Plainville, Ken.; Michael Huge and Jellian; Jerald and Jacke Kemmerer; John Kemmerer, Overland Park, Kan.; Dr. Frank Ross Jr., Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gibbs and Marcy; Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Gibbs, Chase and Kylie; Thursday, October 16, 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibbs; Freida Lease and children, Olsburg, Ken.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goff~ Lucas and Megan Arkansas City, Ken.; Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Schamburg, Adam and Brian, Saline; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross; Harold and Arron Topliff; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plank, Elmia and Krista; Mr. and Mrs. John Kemmerer, Joel, Amanda and Justin; June Saint, Jew- ell. FUND Ionia I II II I I II Pastor Laura Fricker conducted ser- vices at church. Visitors were Loon and Carol Divel, Pittsburg, and Peggy Johnson and daughter, Abby, Saline. A potluck dinner was held at noon. Ella Elston's brother, Kenneth Wilkins, Copan, Okla., visited Ella and winterized his trailer that he keeps in Ionia. Quite a few from here went to the soup supper in Jewell Thursday evening and also attended the parade and other activities at the Corn Show on Satur- day. Michaela Simmelink rode her horse, Blackie, in the parade. Rex Henningsen had a surprise visit one day last week from a cousin, Orville Conger and his wife from Iowa. Due to a conflict with another meet- 4 JEWELL COUNTY RE ing, ing to 7:30 p.m. Peggy. Salina, visited her Ann Colson. Show in Jewell Saturday. EllaElston at herhomeinl visiting with family Munroe and Kathleen Sunday afternoon visitors and Show Fairbury, Neb., White. Arrilla Fedde attended i Quilting Organization Norton this week. It was meeting. from Montana. Arrilla's Pauline Adolph and Cooke, Manhattan, Norton. They also went to, see ' Wilson's sister, Thelma O'Hara, Glen Hillmans stayed until evening with Thehna. went to her daughters stay for a while. Leave a quarter where a find it. 2001 2OO3 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22 I IIII I Meah Roast Beef, Scalloped Potatoes, Corn, Dinner RoIl, Dessert and Drink Catered by: Jewell High School Freshman Class and Morris Hillman Please RSVP by Monday, Oct. 20 by contacting the County office at 785-378-3611 II ,Kansas Farm Bureau-Helping Feed the World" I REAL ESTATE AUCTION THE RANDALL BRANCH Wednesday, Oct. 29 5:30 p.m. Agriculture Home Improvement Land-Farm-Home Auto-Truck Call Kevin for financial assistance OFTHE JAMESTOWN STATE BANK RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 Azlior be held at the home Iocmd at: 518 Del r Jew LEG~~ Lo~ me (1) and Two (2) in Block ~ (61) in orig~ townsite of City =r ~ ~t~. Tat: ~0 p~m o~ pur~ p~ as ~ pay~day ~ auc~ Balame ~11 be d~ U~ d0d~ ~ orllelore Decen~ 15. Taxes ~ be pror~d I0 cl0s~ ~ GAS PUMRS (To be sold on site at 103 W. Jay St.at 2 p.~) entre, PRIMmVES & COLLECTIBLES ~m Ca//fro. ~ must be made barn 0ct 2~. The sal~ ~I do no r@a~ ~ ~e home. ~11 gatara~ ~ =y a adm lake IXeOeden~ over pimd mledaL Tmmnel Real Estm and kuclimis acthg as a ta,act~ Ixa~. ELDON LLOYD W LI.JAI ESTATE Owner A,t~m co~tumd by Thummd Real Estate and Auction Bel~, Kansas 785-738-5933 ~' I I I[[I I 11/Iu "I I ~' t [I twe ~wn : ~Was I ~~Hol( iaivers i Chin RyisS ~with ~, soup !ic TO BE 8OLD FOR ERMA KING JIM & CL/t..RICE Mikkelsen Real Estate k Auction Gale Mikkeben, Real F.=t~ Broker, Auctioneer and AI~ FO Box lg4, Su~, NIK 689711 -- ~402-879-4464 -- /kmstin$ Auctioneer. Bred FAting B-n~l: nm1460~@allm.nel* Wd~lw: mlkkd~- - ....... corn