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IIlllll[I Illllll II I Panorama By Fawna Barrett i i ii ~ iii i A detour takes one on a different road with ~tfferent scenery. Such is the case in Osborne County where work is being done on US 24 and you are sent on a detour south of Downs. Fall is a beautiful time to explore new byways. Fields of dark red-brown mile to your left and gorgeous ex- panses of greening wheat fields to you right. Colorful grasses,-reds, tans, browns--sway slightly as traffic passes alongside. Flowering weeds are tucked amid the grass. Going back toward Downs you top a hill to see the sparkling colored trees separating the rooftops of the town, spread wider east and west than the other directions, To the east you can see a hint of Waconda Lake and see the acres of wooded area hiding an abundance of wildlife. What glorious views across the roll- ing plains of Kansas. II II I }11 I Randall By Fawna Barrett i i ii Randall Library Board members will serve a soup, sandwich and dessert dinner Sunday at the Randall Elemen- tary School to help purchase books and with expenses at the library. During the meal time, a Read-a-Then will be in progress in the library area for the children. It is hoped this will give parents more time to visit while the children are listening to or reading stories to others. Read-a-Then is a Make A Difference project of the GPNC of Kansas Progressive Study Club, Randall. Aaron Vesterberg was guest speaker at Jewell Christian Church and Ran- dall Community Church. He, his wife, Jennifer, and four children will be leav- ing for Honduras s~n as new mission- aries. They are ~ponsored by their church in Salina and were seeking other support. Randall United Church Women met Oct. 15 with Karen Matteson conduct- ing the meeting in the absence of the other officers. Plans were made for the bazaar Nov. 1. Betty Kibbe was a guest. Lunch was served by Barb Ramsey. Vesta Conn arrived home from the hospital Monday. She spent a few days with her daughter, Delores Blochlinger. Greg McMillan met his mother, Pauline, in Colby Thursday and she returned home with him after a few days visit with her daughter, Brenda Goodwin, Castle Rock, Colo., who brought her as far as Colby. Brenda w~ in Randall recently and visited relatives in'Jewell and Beloit. Jimmy Kibbe, Beloit, entered Mitchell County Hospital early Satur- day morning. His brothers, Gordon and Robert and families, visited him during the weekend. Chris Kibbe, Mandy Anderson and Gordon and Betty Kibbe were dinner guests of Mary Ann and Bob KJbbe. Bill Elniff and Celia McMillan at- tended the 50th birthday party for Jeanne Brown at the home of her par- ents, Marj and Francis Koster. Many other family attended. Jill Ramsey visited Karen Basham and family. Gretchen Spiegel and two friends of Karen's were there. Sunday Jill met Chad and Jenni Ramsey in Newton for lunch. Fawna Baa'rett attended Telepower 2003 conference in Salina, sponsored by the Docking Institute, Hays, and numerous businesses. Developing web pages, Interflet Marketing and Tech-" nology in education were the main Randall and with his dad, Howard. Pat Mahin came for the weekend to visit his grandfather. Lucan Shamburg, Portis, was aguest of his grandparents, Mary and Bob Shelton Megan Shelton visited her parents, Kevin and Myrna Shelton and visited other relatives. Bonnie Wach visited her parents, Bob and Betty St. John. They went to Hays to watch the area Special Olym- pics volleyball tournament. Shannon St. John's team won gold and will compete in Manhattan next Saturday. Recent visitors of Barb and Alan McMillan were Debbie and Gary Scott and grandson, Aidan Fundenderger, Lyons, and Jamie Harvey, Salina. Women from Randall attending guest night at Jewell Christian Church were Phyllis Wilson, Ila McElroy, Charlotte Anderson, Ruth Rhodes, Maxine Anderson, Thelma Given, Lyneli Sheahan and Gen Koss. D. D. Bridge met with Lynell Sheahan. Nevada and Cliff Vetter attended the Thrivent Financial (for Lutherans) supper at the Zion l~utheran Church, Beioit. Natalie Wood started Monday as a para at Solomon Elementary School. I I IIIIIIII Olive Hill. By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Gayla Hobson, Wood River, Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Denver, and Taylor Moseley, Beloit. Ushers were Ken Winslow and Dwight Frost. A potluck dinner and business meeting followed the worship service. Gilbert and Roberta Wilton were Thursday through Sunday houseguests of Harold and Lorna Wilton. While here they visited with their mother, lla Wilton, who resides at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Saturday, fam- ily membe~ of the late Clarence Wilton Hunting Signs available at the Superior Express gathered together for his interment ser- vice at the Bostwick Cemetery. Weekend visitors of Twila Cool were Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool York and Shane McCutcheon. Donna Hanna, Riley, and Robert Dye, Beatrice, were Saturday visitors of their mother, Vera Dye. Kathy Dye visited with her mother, Glenadine Lorimer, Superior. Robert and Alaina Brown and fam- ily were Sunday supper guests of her parents, Bentley and Karen Parker, Republic. Pauline Hanson, Oak, visi~d twice the past week in the home of Zeida Schuster. They had dinner at cafes in Superior and Mankato. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles hosted a birthday party for their great- grandson, Colton May, Superior, at a Mankato cafe in observance of his eighth birthday. Other guests were Glenna May Reling, Cawker, City, Dusty, Nicole, Megan, Colton and Stevie Marie May and friend, Supe- rior. Colton's mother made a Spiker Man cake for the party. Saturday evening, Harold and Lorna Wilton, Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Roger Jr., Kristen, Samuel, Ann, Clare and William Wilton, Gresham, Neb., ; ~ Shirley, Kragh and Louis Johnson, North Bend, Neb., were supper guests in the home of Roger Sr. and Lynn Wilton near Superior. Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer were among others who attended a surprise birthday pizza party honoring Pastor Mark Diehl following the Sunday morning worship service of them Fi~t Presbyterian Church, Su- perior. Ruth Hale, Juniata, was a Thursday visitor of her mother, Dee Ross. Sun- day, Lola Noble and Dee had dinner together. Saturday, Herbert and Carolyn Al- ley went to Kearney where they at- tended a Goat Management Seminar. Visitors of Wilma Andrews the past week have been Billy Bishop, Lorine and Arthur Cockroft, Mankato, are grand marshals for the Mankato Fall Fest Parade Saturday. Carl and Bemeita McEIroy, 61 -year Mankato residents, are grand marshals for the Mankato Fall Fest Parade Saturday in Mankato. Bladen, Elizabeth and Lyle Reece, Mankato, Dee Ross, MernaLee Wester. Sharon Martin. Dallas Langer, Lola Noble, Elsie Uplinger, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler. all of Superior. Carl Collins, Burr Oak, was a Fri- day supper guest in the Hasemeyer home. Other callers the past week have been Ji m Stone, Janice, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward, Jo Ann and John Rogers. II "Mankato Caregivers and Grievers Support Group meeting is Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Jewell County Hospital with Marilyn Osse, Beloit, as guest speaker. Topic is "Writing your own life story." Jack and Jeanie Blair entertained with a potluck "cousin" supper at their home. Guests were Verno. T~onson, Tempe, Ariz.; Marie Morris,'q~,ex and Doris Ann Kennedy, Anthony and Austin Kennedy, John and Karen Ross, Kent and Brenda Enyeart, Verla Houser. Carroll and Edna Thronson, and David Thronson. Vernon Thronson. Doris Kennedy, Karen Ross, Brenda Enyeart, Carroll Thronson are first cousins of Jeanie Blair and Verla Houser. Guests in the Charlotte Murray home for a potluck supper Saturday evening were Sharon Murray, Garden City; Jim Murray and wife, Berniece, Colby; Kathy Johnsonmeyer, Missouri; Christy Moser and husband, Dan, rural Colby; Natalie Murray, Hays; Kevin Murray and wile, Stacey, Junction City; Susan Hoffman, Topeka; Eunice Hughes, (~het and Virginia Hanson, Dale and Jeanne Freeman and Dwight Murray. all of Mankato. Betty and Dallas Murray, Romana, Calif., visited a week with Jerry and Marjorie Murray and other cousins Charlotte Murray, Virginia Hanson, Eunice Hughes, Nyla Berg and Bonnie Hamilton. They visited Irvin and Avis Spielman at Ellsworth, Steve Spielman, Republic, Sharon Murray and the Jew- ell Murray family, Garden City. Ionia Jean Rose received a call this week from Roberta Livers, Salem, Ore. Her family lived on the farm that Harold and Neva Shoemaker own. Roberta wanted to tell the Ionia friends about the death of Arlene Dugger-Barker in Oregon. Roberta reads the Jewell county newspaper. Darrell, Debra, Damon and Darcia Bohnert hosted a birthday dinner for Darrell. Dinner guests were Wendell and Karen Meyer, Opal Loomis, Daryl Cockrofi and Becky Cockroft. Bret Simmelink and Jessie Eilert were guests also. Later in the afternoon Kathleen and Munroe Little visited. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft vis- ited the Daryi Cockrofts. Darica and Damon Bohnert visited their aunt and uncle, the Cockrofts. A group for the Ionia women a supper and program at Jewell Chris- tian Church. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were on vacation in the Ozarks, including Branson, Me., and Eureka Springs, Ark. Jessy Bluvan, Sublette, a student at the Manhattan Bible College, presented the message at IoniaChurch. He talked about love and how the word can be overused or underused. The way of true love is to show it. Michaela Simmelink lit the candles, and she and her brother, Jeremy, rang the morning church bell. Rex Henningsen visited in Hays with his son, Russ and family. He helped do some shingling for them. Andy Montgomery served an ap- preciation noon meal at the Mankato Livestock Auction Friday. Several from this community attended. A benefit trail ride was Saturday afternoon at the CK Ranch near B rookville, for a fami iy with excessive medical expenses. Jean Rose, Tammy Lee, Rita Rose and her friend, Keri, Dunbar, Okla., participated. A total of 000000000000000000 : MEDICAL HELP WANTED: Part-time for life inuranee medical Thursday, October 23, 2003 101 riders and-horses attended. The ride was four hours, in scenic hills, gullies and the crossing of several streams. An auction and supper was served at the end of the ride. Jean and her horse stayed the night with Tammy, who lives nearTescott, and came home on Sunday. Harold and Neva Shoemaker went to Wichita Thursday where their sis- ter-in-law, Eleanor Shoemaker is in intensive care at the Via Christi Hospi- tal. They spent time with Delmar and son, Dennis. They also visited their granddaughter, Danelle Shoemaker. She is a third year medical student with the KU Medical Center and is working in the hospitals in Wichita this year. She is now with surgery at the Via Christi Hospital and will soon move to the VA and Wesley Hospitals. She was on break and ate lunch with her grandparents and Delmar and Dennis. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Representing Jewell Trinity United Methodist Women at the Concordia District meeting in Osborne Saturday were Sally Engel, district vice presi- dent; Shirley Varney, spiritual growth chairperson; Pastor Jim Rice, Euna Lundstron, Betty James, Shirley Simmelink and Fawna Barrett. Kathryn Eilert, Beloit, was hostess for the nine members of Brownscreek Garden Club. Election of officers resulted in June Saint being elected president. Other officers are Darlene Thompson, vice president; Gerry Topliff, secretary; Elsie Gabe, trea- surer; Cleta Mac Dalrymple, pro- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Harvest begins in Jewell County (Continued from Page 1) been good. Moisture tests have b0 from 16.5 down to 12.5 with t~ weights of 58 to 60 pounds. .] At Randall Farmers Coop U~ manager Archie Thompson, repo.rts~ ceiving 27,000 bushels of soy~ and about that amount at the fadl~ in Jewell. Test weights on mile hi been from 56 to 59 pounds. The fad ties at both Jewell and Randall 1~ received close to 10,000 busbeb mile with 30,000 bushels arriving the elevator in Kackley. Thompson said, "The soybeans J surprising the farmers. Some ha been reporting 10 to 22 bushels tot acre. Fall harvest is about a f~ completed in the JewelI-Randall J Tuesday. Midway Coop elevator, Burr 0t reports mile and soybean harvesH just starting there. Manager Thompson reports mile gan in the area Saturday. A 6,000 bushels of soybeans in so far with the first about a week ago. Test weights arci to 57 pounds and some reports are. bushels to the acre. in about 10,000 to 12,000 bushels mile so far. and test weights are 59 to 60 5,000 bushels of soybeans into the elevator at Esbon with weights of 53 to 54 pounds and ture tests of 13 to 14. Pate reports been cut yet to learn the bushels to the acre. gram chairman; and Connie Dunstan, 4-H Achievement social committee chairperson. Flower sisternames weredrawn. TheNovem- l~og]ra]]l ta ber meeting is wi'th Elsie Gabe. Jewell County 4-H Shirley Varney entertained the La- dies Card Club. The funeral for G wen Everson, Jew- eli, was at Jewell Christian Church. The Charles Holdren estate sale was on Monday. Deanna Cady and Roberta Holdren were guests at Montrose Community Club Guest Day. Ruth Phillips, Beloit, visited her sister, Rosemary Doxon. Sharon Kretzer, Marquette, Kan., and Jerry Wilson, Plainville, visited Emma Fobes and Betty Wilson. Wanda Russell and Richard and Opal Brandon visited in Jamestown. Dinner guests of Roberta Holdren were George and Mary Frances Holdren, Clay Center; Betty and Bill Meis, Hays; David and Janet Wilcox, Beloit; Walt Holdren andthree grand- sons; CharlaandCalvin Monty, Brian Overmiiler, Cindy Monty and Braelynn, Glen Elder; Brian Will- iams, Brooke and Brennan; Karen Grelinger and Tierra Elkins, Man- kate; Gerald and Marie MeAtee, Judy Burchett and LeRoy Bourbon. The group helped Roberta with getting things ready for the sale on Monday. Senior citizens met with 26 attend- ing. October birthdays and anniversa- ries were observed. To help young children work en- thusiastically, write chores on paper strips and put in a container. They can each pick a paper and do that chore. Program is Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Mankaio High School. The Jewell County 4-H Family the Year will be announced. the Jewell County 4-H Alumni. Senator Janis Lee will be on present the I Dare You Awards." Kansas 4-H Key Awards will be sented by Lisa Boyles. An American Flag Ceremony, sented by the Auxiliary, VFW No. 7830 will open the program. The Jewell County 4-H 2003 alty will be recognized and the Glodbal Conference Delegates report. There will be an Recognition and will be given out. Entertainment will be the Jewell Gemstones Jewell County Langer and Stanley Colson will vide closing comments. Refreshments will be served s the program. The public is the program. This is the 4-H. There axe presently clubs in Jewell County; Formoso ing Workers, Jewell kate Eager Beavers, Southeast otes, Webber Wide Awake Whitemound Builders. This newspaper available on tl~ mternet at http//www.superiorne.com TIME TO Buy a better Vehicle? focUSBeverlyat thiSandYear'ScharlesCOnference.Elliott were and the Jewell County rNew Fall Sugar Shack Candles are here a.reports. RN, LPN, CNA, EMT, etc. recent visitors in Randall, News Offices | (60 Different Scents) Venipuneture required. You choose ----- --, ;- r ---- ......... when and how many hours to work. First talk to Kevin for a Mr. andMrs, l~yleMahinvisitedin. ' .... ' | We also now have potpourri, .: $30 plus per hur'Call ee -=l-milllC,lll'lt~llllll~l~q~~ r;';,, refresher oil, and candles warmer. . . Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, . Wi glL = }9 ....... r stop by anytime - will dehver. :1 (316)2"63~2"2~6-- m : A lllllof the Jamestown State Bank - e'~ Residential an~ Commercial ~, ~ < NX~P" . Pesta~lnsectC0ntr0t ', :z I1" ~ Shop in the comfort of my home at : RANDALL, KAN. 66963 II ~r~~~~!1"|" Linda Payne . 704 N West,, St. Mankato,, ,, , Kan. . 785-3, 78-3802 ~'~ ..... ----,,,i~a~w~ --_-, __ Jarod Mlkkelsen,owner I This week's report from the I J lr=rlll 402 87 4210 888 605 8058 Mankato Livestock Comm,ss,on Co., Inc. | Selling 1,723 head I Board Certified Health Care Providers ,_ ,, 1 ,,~ ~r Available Daily 21 Black steers 475 t16,80 31 Mixed steers 680 97.25 ! ~ Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. 16 Black steers 485 t14.00 79 Mixed heifers 575 avg. 97.50 I 10 alack steers 460 111.50 89 Mixed heifers 605 avg.98,201 ~ Dr. Rina Ulna, M.D. 11 Black heifers 470 104.75 90 Mixed heifers 640 avg.96.001 (~- Leon Hughes, P.A.C. 13 Mixed steers 420 118.50 44 Red heifers 575 97.50 i Saturday, Oct. 25 1:00 p.m. 48 Black steers 510 112.25 75 Black steers 570avg. 106,50 1 Services dewell County Fairgrounds 27 Black heifers 530 102,60 30 Black bulls 595 96.00 1 Acute Inpatient Care, Pediatrics, Swing Beds, Outpatient Care, Long Term Care, Hospice Mankato, Kan. 28 Black steers 560 109.00 18 Black steers 790 10525 [ Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room 105.00 1 Selling: Donkeys, ponies, riding horses, goats, sheep, rabbits, all classes of poultry and fowl and animal related items Consignments sold in order consigned All birds and rabbits are to be sold in cages or viewable boxes Early Consignments include: 14" silver show saddle with bruit collar; 16" saddle, halters, bridles and miscellaneous tack; 2-year-old palamino and white paint mi~Jre stud - 38" high; 3 bred nannies; 150 to 2~ chickens and turkeys; rabbits : Consig ents welcome day of auction To consign y~jr animals or animal related items contact: BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Cody Murray - Auctioneer 785-378-3586 ~1 i ] i i i ii!l iiiiiiiiiiiii ii ~ ~i 37 Mixed heifers 470 107,75 36 Mixed steers 590 108.50 58 Mixed steers 550 111.00 31 Black steers 685 99,75 47 Mixed heifers 600 99,75 20 Red steers 665 103.00 84 Black bull steers 650 109.00 64 Mixed heifers 525avg. 99 Black-blackwhiteface heifers 625 103.00 59 Red steers 575 105.75 19 Black steers 650 105.25 16 Black heifers 450 117.00 13 Mixed steers 420 120.00 CONSIGNED FOR FRIDAY, OCT. 24 184 Black steers and heifers, 450- 800; 56 Crossbred steers and heifers, 500- 600; 54 C~0ssbred steers and heifers, 450- 600; 34 Mixed steers and heifers, 500.600; 24 Mixed steers and heifers, 500; 21 Mixed bred cows Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984.9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 III I II Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, 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 Pnmary Care Rina Ulna, M.D .................................................. Intemal Medicine and Pediatrics Aamir Hameed, M.D ........................................................................... Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D .......................................................................... Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C .................................................................... Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................ Family Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 1OO Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3137