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Randall a.e. Randall Lions will commemorate their 50th anniversar~ with an open house Sunday afterno6n at the Lions Den. Gerald Cash will be honored as the only surviving charter member. Story Time continues at the Ran- dall Library on Monday afternoons at 4 p.m. Members of Mildred McEiroy's family were home for her funeral which was last Thursday. Gerald and Virginia Lienberger were in Hutchinson several days last week while he was taking treatments. They spent the weekend in Wichita ~~ i;t~ whc~ had nn~.n Fenner spent last week visiting her parents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter and other relatives. Hunting was the main past time. Tuesday supper guests of the Vetters were the Fenner family, Elaine and Dan Peters and family, Phil and Kristi Vetter and family and Nancy Thronson. D.D. Bridge met with Inez Clark Nov. 12, Guests were Nancy Ander- son and Barbara Divel. Elaine, Mark and Jerry Peters ac- companied the Beloit CYO to the Catholic Youth convention in Hous- ton. They shared a chartered bus with Griffeth, Jewell, were at Martha Lumb's Saturday for a work day. Nevada and Cliff Vetter, Phil and Kristi Vetter arm family attended the Farm Bureau state convention in Man- hattan. Recent visitors of Barbara and Alan McMillan were her sister, Brenda Holmes and son, Joey, Memphis, Tenn., and Dean Berneking and Jamie Harvey. Hunting friends, Randy Haynes, three sons and two grandsons from Eastern Kansas took Alan and Barbara to the Buffalo Roam for sup- per. Paul and Delores Blochlinger took Vesta Corm to supper in Beloit. Phyllis and Junior Wilson called on Howard Mahin at Mitchell Long Ttrm Care. At Hilltop Lodge they visited Irene Goff, Ronnie Russell and Merle Grifitts. Weekend guests of the Wilsons People ventured forth to rake leaves, to do last minute repairs around the home and walking about the country was great relaxation. Football and soccer fun was revived on the school ground. Leaves cascaded to the ground like flurries of snow, only these crackled as they fell. Cattle chewed their way across the pastures, basking in the sun. By after- noon many were seen laying down in the warm glow of afternoon. Combines scurried across the fields gathering the last dregs of fall harvest. Smiles spread across the farmers' faces as they completed their harvest and drove the big machines toward the shed. Good or low yields, the task was done. T ..... 11 Way Travel, Jewell. On returning from the trip, they found that 23 tires on their parked cars in Beloit had been slashed. Police are invesigating. III III Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Ruth Giger, Superior. Special music was a vocal duet by Beverly Frost and Gloria Garman- Schlaefli. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Dwight Frost. The annual Thanks- giving supper and program will be held Friday at 6 p.m. The Hitch family, Mar'tell, Neb., will be in charge of the program at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is wel- Thursday, November 20, 2003 t Lied Center, Lincoln, where they at- tended the "Lord of Dance." Friday evening Harold and Lorna Wilton hosted a card party in obser- vances of Harold's birthday. Guests were Bill and Beverly Rogers, Rose Fintel, Joy and Gene Johnson, Wilber and Betty Becker, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Terry and Janice McCutcheon. Sunday afternoon, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Steve and Rita Ordich and Megan May, Superior, Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City went to Belleville to watch Megan play basketball. Twila Cool, Tonya and Walker Cool, Superior, went to York Friday evening and were among other rela- tives who helped Kennedy Cool cel- eb~!.e his fo .urth birth_d_ay. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A and Emilea Rogers, Hastings, Travis Rogers, Milford, Carl Collins, Oak, Louie Jr. and Ruth Hasemeyet were Sunday dinner guests of Gary, Sherry, Rosemarie and mary Hasemeyer near Webber to ebrate the birthday of Janice. Rodney Ward and Brandy Rogers were unable to attend. Ruth, Sherry and Hasemeyer spent Thursday in Blue Hill and Hastings. Marvin Parsons and son, called at the Hasemeyer home. Paradise By Ava Knarr Mr. and Mrs: EIw .ood .Clark joined