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II II I I Randall By Fawna Barrett i Sunday School etasses presented the Clmstmas program during morn- ing worship time Sunday. The Pri- mary and Middler Class gave the mean- ing of the colors of Christmas as they decorated a tree and sang. Vocal solos were by Ariel McCollough and Crys- tal Mitchell. Scripture was read by Alya Houghton and a story was read by Shelby Barrett. Caleb Ramsey was worship leader. The Advent candles were lighted by Steph Barrett, Shelby, Jake and Sydney and Don and Shirley Bigham. Several guests were present for the service. Randall area received about an inch ol snow Friday night. Sunday morning iog turned the country side into a white- frosted wonderland, Nevada Verier hosted a coffee for her 75th birlhday. Guests were Leota Clawson, Pauline MclVlillan, Lyneli Sheahan, Fawna Barrett, Bill Elniff, Alice Kadel and Celia McMillan. Ocie Miller and her daughter, Jolene Chestnutt, spent Thursday night with Thehna Given and took her to a medi- cal appointment on Friday. Kay and Roger Zimmer spent an evening with Thehna. Irene (;off, a former resident of Randall, will celebrate her 80th birth- day with an open house at Hilltop Lodge next Sunday af:ernoon. l,isa Pattison, Grant and Lindsay, San Antonio, Texas, visited her mother, Martha Lumb. Melanie Whitney and Eric also visited. Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe attended graduation of their daughter, Kara, at KSU Saturday. They hosted a lun- cheon ti)r farnily and friends. Newida Vetter and Lynell Sheahan participated m a holiday home tour Sunday. Stops were at the newl re- 1,kh & B~dim;t0~l Museuin NOW SHOWING Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure Sun--M~n: I2pm & 2pro Tues4ri: ~2~y~*, 2pn!, 5pro ~ lpm; Sat: ]2pro 2pro & 5pro Ocean Oasis Sun: ti am & ~m Man: !1~n & 3:30pro: Toes-Fri: 1tam, 3:30pro &dpm: Sal: !lain g 3 30trot Lewis & Clark 1pro Da.# __ -~[-~r~ ~ Elf Staining Wlil Feileil t!a~ed PG Sat: 7pro: Sun: 4:30pro modeled home of Jolene and Russell Carter, Scottsville, the Cliff and Ne- vada Vetter home and Marilyn and Warren Joerg. A cookie and ornament exchange topped the afternoon. Re- freshments were served at each place. Eighteen participated. Ruth Rhodes came home from the hospital Thursday. Her granddaugh- ter, Rhonda Beeson. brought her home and stayed overnight. Sunday, grand- daughters Lana LaCost and Stacey Bates spent the day helping her. Bar- bara and Challen Ramsey were after- noon callers. Marllyn, Warren and Brittany Joerg, Megan Swink, Topeka, Walt and Marj Manley, Fairbury, Neb., took supper to share with Joe and Maxine Ander- son as they celebrated Megan's birth- day. Phyllis and Junior Wilson attended the open house for Opal and Richard Brandon's 60th anniversary. Curt Gaff brought his mother, Irene, and cousin, Ronnie Russell to the celebration. Elaine and Dan Peters and family attended the Compassionate Friends meeting and candle-lighting of remem- bering in Sigina. Bob and Betty St. John were guests of their daughter, Bonnie Wach to help with wedding preparations. Friday night, they attended the rehearsal din- ner and the wedding of their grand- daughter, Katie Wach to Dan Adrian. Saturday night, the St. John's stayed with their son, Steve and family. Steve hosted a family brunch Sunday. Other guests from here were Shannon St. John and Sarah Smith, Beloit. J I I III II Panorama By Fawna Barrett Hurries are predicted. No, not snow this time or maybe that will happen, too. This is the flurry of activities prior to school being dismissed for the Christ- mas break. Gifts have to be completed if you are a crafting person. Gifts have to be wrapped and hidden or put under the tree. Cookies, candy and other holiday treats need to be made and doesn' t that make the kitchen just smell wonderful? For those who procrastinate, the jp 'r--oON shopt New and Used Guns | Cleaning and Repair | Olive~oad | Phono 71111-1147-11071 / 1-800-508-4629 www.hastlngsmusoum.or'] hew Pr0gram! Newely elected officers of the Jewell County Extension Council Board are (back row, from left) Chad Schnakenberg, Mike Ramsey, Jim Dooley and Bill Walker; (front) Paula Jones, Cody Murray and Mike Waite. Other members, not pictured, are Linda Reed and Linda Flavin. Officers were elected at the recent annual meeting of the Jewell County Extension Council. flurry is intensified as cards wait to be mailed and gift items remairi on the shopping list. Also on the schedule are programs, ball games and parties. Spare bedrooms need to be cleaned. Extra tbod needs to be cooked and stored in the freezer. Is it worth it all? Of course it is. Relax by taking a drive around your community to look at the Christmas lights. Read the Christmas story from the Holy Scriptures. Go caroling. Share treats with your neighbors. Drop an offering in the red kettles. It's the most wonderful time of the year. Mankato i i ii i ii Barb and Dean Winkel, Ft. Madi- son, Iowa, where here last weekend to attend the Ed Frink funeral. Marg VanAiken, Ft. Madison, accompanied them to the funeral. Dean and Marg are brother and sister of the late Betty Frink. The Winkels visited Gayl Hancock. Marg visited Helen Clegg, another sister S: by sealed bids 1999 Chevy 3500 4WD ,6.5L , Auto Transmission ,128,506 miles Engine needs work CAN BE SEEN AT THE MANKATO OFFICE 122 WEST MAIN Mail bids to: Rolling Hills Electric P0 Box 307 Mankato, Kan. 66956 Bids must be in by Tuesday, Dec. 23 We reserve the right.to refuse any and all bids. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Jim and Linda Devlin, Smith Cen- ter, and Frank and Thelma Shelton honored Thelma with a birthday party at the Jewell Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Bohnert and family attended the graduation of Gina Bohnert from Central State of Mis- souri at Warrensburg. Dick and Betty Willmeth and Betty Ja,mes attended the graduation of Megan Bartsch at Manhattan. Jerry Wilson, Plainville, visited his mother, Betty Wilson, and her grand- mother, Emma Fobes. Richard Wil- son, Salina, also called. Kara Loomis and daughters visited Opal Loomis. Ladies Card Club met for the an- nual Christmas party at Jewell apart- taunts. A total of 24 attended a~d played cards. Richard and Opal Brandon'&alled on'Irene Golf and Ronnie Russell at Beloit. The Jeff Shelton family and the Brad Shelton family visited their par- ents and assisted at their grandparents open house Sunday. The Senior Citizens willhold their Christmas Iaeeting on Friday 19th. Meat will be furnished, bring a ,~. Men and Ladles Colognes covered dish and aS1 grab bag and join the group at the Jewell apart- ments. Richard and Opal Brandon were honored at a 60th wedding anniver-- sary open house. Their daughter and her husband, Thelma and Frank Shelton and their son and his wife, Mike and Donna Brandon, hosted the event. Refreshments were served and family pictures were displayed. Snow fell at Jewell twice this week, adding a bit of Christmas to the air. The Kids forChrist Christmas pro- gram was Sunday evening at Jewell Un!ted Methodist Church. Randall Library posts hours Library hours, weather permitting, are Monday, 3 to 5 p.m.; Tuesday, 3 to 6 p.m.; Thursday, l to 6 p.m. At other times, you may check out a key at the Randall Branch Bank or contact the librarian. During these hours, you are wel- come to come browse through the magazines, videos, audio hooks and all other books in the library or use the computer. Askthe persan'in charge to give you a tour orthe newly remodeled areas, 800-954-5263 Tender Heart Bears Greenleaf Candles and Gifts "It Scented Thursday, December 18, 2003 Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Wanda Howard, Denise Gunn and Corie were in Grand Island Sunday to attend the Singing Christmas Tree. They were celebrating Wanda's birth- day. Phil Howard received first place with his outside Christmas display at Andover. Marcus and Debbie Reed and Jacob, WaKeeney, Michael Reed and Derek and Debbie Atwood, Lebanon, and Vivian Reed were dinner guests of Fern and Merl Red. They celebrated Derek's eighth birthday. Attending the 50th wedding anni- versary for Midge "and Richard Oliver were members of the immediate fam- ily, Dorothy Oliver, Burr Oak; Diana Timmons, Colorado; Charlene and Bill Saville, Marysville. Other relatives were Tamara, James, Angel and Caleb Hornkohl, Donna, Gary, Jacob and Garrett Gundelfinger, all of Marysville; Adrionna Long, Mitchell, S.D.; Mel- issa Clark, Ashley, Katalina and Johnathan Harvey, Onieda; Melinda Jenkins and Danielle Large, Sabetha; Joshua and Austin Hass, Branson, Me.; Kathy Saville, Axtell; Mindy, Bob and Ruthie Gilmore, Omaha, Neb.; Shan- non, Tyler and Bryden Morris, Stock- ton; Kellie, Troy and Cole Stuart, Brighton, Colo.; Carol and Ervin Pe- ters, Bird City; Darrell and Brittany Peters, Denver, Colo.; Harold Oliver, Dale City, Va.; Monna and Ashly Edwards, Kathy and Shawn Hollis, Woodward, Okla.; Leona and Delores Heyen, Hastings, Neb.; Shirley, D.J. and Kylie Doupnik, Harvard, Neb.; Albert Oliver, Reynolds-;-Neb.; Alan and Kellie Oliver, Lyle Oliver, Kenny, Nancy Oliver, and Bryanna, Sarah, Erin and Brett, all of Wichita; Russell Culp, Ivan and Loretta Ayers and Kay Endorf and Walter Oliver, all of Fair- bury, Neb.; Don and Sharon Bartlett, Red Cloud, Neb.; Sue and Ernie Hayen, Giltner, Neb.; Joyce and Roy Fullerton and Nana Beale, Superior. From Burr Oak: Ruth Oliver, Jack and Catherine Byers, Carol Cosand, Anna Belle and Homer Grubbs, Winnie McNichols, arena Spatz, Frosty Clegg, Twila Morris, Jane and Max Lewis, Rose and Allen Lewis, Gene and Rebecca Underwood, Louise Korb, Wanda Howard, Madeline McMains, Cheryl Hillman, Wanda Frasier and Nancy McCorkle. Helen Clegg, Abilene, visited Vivian Reed. Judy Hillman has moved into the Carol Cosand rental. Thirty-three relatives and friends were dinner guests in the Sonya and Mike Harris home. Diana Timmons, Lochbuie, Colo., was a guest of her parents, Midge and Richard Oliver. Jackie Boyles is home after spend- ing several weeks with the Richie Boyles family in Kansas City. Betty and Harold Browns' neph- ews, Glasco, were in a bad car accident and were taken to Wichita. Pastor Laura Fricker has been ill. Dan Dempsey's message Sunday morning at the U.M. Church was "Won't you let Him In". Alma Garman was greeter and lit the Advent candles. Anna Belle Grubbs was hostess to the coffee hour. JEWELL COUNTY RECORDi Winnie McNichols open house Parsonage hosted by the Rev. Lila Smith. Winnie McNichols was the Bible study. Erma and John Dillon visited', Korb. Gary and Sharon Cosand Denver to visit their daughter, othy. Sharon and Dorothy are: hospital. Wanda Howard and McMains called on Gene and Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Silsby gone to Arizona for the wint Edna Fogo was a patient Mankato hospital over the Paradise By Ava Knarr Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr Katheren Tickle ner guests of Ava Knarr. Denise Behrends had lunch Michael Tickle and Ava Knarr. Mr. the Archie and Opal Brandon wedding anniversary reception. Marjorie Hansel wa~ car accident Saturday. Elwood and Ine~ Christmas program at the United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knarr Briz at Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Robert were host to the 4-H Junior Christmas party and gift the Rooster Palace. Darrel Anderson called on Knarr Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Herredsberg and Kareena Skore. Passages Sunday morning Malachi 3:13-18, Acts 7:51-53, 1:10-13. Theme was "The Word iP World." Passage Genesis 49-50. Theme was by the Promise." Lighting the third Advent was the Dave Draayer family. Pauline Meyer-Beer, foreign change student from German spending the year with the Eakin family. Happy birthda Dec. 15; Bonnie Tanis, Dec. Raylene DeBey, Dec. 19. Mankato Garden Club meetS Mankato Garden Club met for a luncheon with 11 present. Poinsettia plants will be Eva Waugh and Alma Tyler. Christmas calendar will be si members for Hostesses were Aleth Doris Alexander. The next meeting is March 2. Don't Trade It- Donate Ih _____ RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ~ I lEmlllll~l~,llllNm 1=1~9 785-739-2212 .......... ~ J ~ ~ Board Certified Health Care Providers ~~,~ ,~',~~ Available Daily "~--~'~F~ Dr. Dan Calderon, M.D. "~ ~-~/~ Dr. Rina Mina, M.D. "~,~ ~/- Leon Hughes, P.A.C. THE RANDALL BRANCH Christmas Cards Perfumes in several fragrances Timex and LoruS ~: ,~ Russell Stover :~ Candies H. W arches We will close at noon on Chdslmas eve, [SUgar free "~ "- Wednesda~ Oe~ 24 I and low carb also 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, Holte: Monitoring, Stress Testing, Veto,us and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasoun2, 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 Primary Care Rina Mina, M,D .................................................. In;ernal 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 ~ Jewell County Hospital 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan., 66956 ~,,.~ 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3511 785-378-3137 from Duts i'PRIC 1",=%"I~o~. From the Land of Kansas -~:1 .~,corate ~ , 'th co]o I1~" Gi" Boxes Gift Certificates "~Qli!wreath I ,Meat & Cheese ,Meat Bundles [ i'ge~e/~, I . Other Holiday Items w,e. [ P ot,atoSausage ,Herring ~ ~o,,dCo,, I Ass't Cheese J II'Ve al, From Our Smokehouse | d n all products Hickory Smoked i Hams (no added water)~ Summer Sausage ~t'r..., Smoked Turkeys Polish Sausage i'tO~. Bacon Ass't Smoked Cheese Ring Bologna Canadian Bacon ~02s.c0 i ." Ouis Meat Processing o_~ 1991 E. 6 Trafflcway Concordla, Ks. ~ ,-0 . ~- 243-7850 . , 1,15 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. 66,956, ......... ,