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Thursday, January 6, 2011 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Clayton and Bethany Cass Cass, Melby wed in double-ring ceremony Bethany Lynn Melby and Clayton Judd Cass, started down the road of life together with a double ring wedding ceremony at 6 p.m. Sept. 4, 2010 at St. Luke' s Lutheran Church, in rural Jewel l County, with Rev. Randy Paugh offi- ciating. Parents of the couple are Steven and Terri Melby, Mankato; Vickie Cass and Chad Dinges, Laramie, Wyo., Gary and Cathalin6 Cass, Wheatland, Wyo. The bride is the granddaughter of Lois Woods, Salina; Rex and Pat Woods, Harvey and Betty Melby, all of Belleville. The bridegroom is the grandson of Lamont and Ida Cass, Rapid City, S.D., Fred and Herbie Gossel, Hot Springs, S.D.. and Sylvia Dinges, Centennial, Colo. The bride, who was escorted by her father, wore a net over satin, re-em- broidered lace with metallic accents, crystal beading and sequins and semi- cathedral train wedding dreSs. The bridegroom wore a black tux- edo with a Jerry Garcia tie. A white calla lily and pheasant feathers bou- tonniere adorned his jacket. Ericka Kinney, Bartlesville, Okla., sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Kelly Hull, Douglas, Wyo., Hillary Woods, Lawrence. Kan., cousins of the bride. and Becca Hanks, Laramie, Wyo. They wore copper colored silk dupionni tea length dresses and carried bouquets of calla lilies. Billy Meyer. Laramie. Wyo., was the best man. Groomsmen were Clinton Connally, Cy Cass. brother of the bride- groom. Laramie. Wyo., and Sgt. Aaron Melby, brother of the bride.Ft. Bragg, N.C. They wore black tuxedos with Jerry Garcia ties and white calla lily and pheasant feathers boutonniere adorned their jackets. Ushers were Joe Faycosh and Russ Halfman, both from Laramie. Wyo. The silvercandleholders, heirlooms of the late Lester and Alice Thompson great-grandparents of the bride. adorned the altar. The guest book attendant was Nathaniel Steinlage, nephew of the bride. The flower girl was Calli Cass. niece of the bridegroom. She wore an off- white silk dress adorned with carousel horse lace. sequins, Austrian crystals and silk ribbon. The ring bear was Jace Hull. nephew of the bride, He was dressed to match the groomsmen. After the ceremony, the parents hosted a buffet reception and dance at the Norway Community Center, Nor- way. A reception for the couple was also held at the bridegroom's family home in Laramie. Wyo. Bethany is a Mankato High School graduate and attended the University of Wyoming. She is a major market manager for Admiral Beverage-Pepsi, Laramie. Wyo. Clayton is a Wheatland High School graduate and attended Mobile Dynam- ics in Phoenix, Ariz. He is the import parts manager for Maverick Motorsports. Laramie, Wyo. They are making their home in Laramie, Wyo. Earn KWU Honors One hundred and thirty Kansas Wesleyan University students have been named to the President's Honor Roll for the Fall 2010 semester. Full- time students with a semester grade point average of at least 3.75 and no incompletes are listed on the President' s Honor Roll. Students named to the roll included Matthew Broeckelman and Brandi Jensen, both of Mankato• g Fund Raiser for St. Theresa Church Mankato, Kan. Sunday, Jan. 16 UTE THEATER Friday, Saturday & Sunday Jan. 7, 8 and 9 • 7:30 p.m. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Harry Potter is drawing even closer to the task for which he has been preparing since the day he first stepped into Hogwarts: the ulti- mate battle with Voldemort. Rated PG-13 for some se- q Lences of intense action violence and frightening images, Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3172 IIII I II Friendship Meals Jan. 10 through Jan. 14 Monday: Goulash, meat, corn, bis.- cults, mandarin oranges, milk. Tuesday :'Herb baked chicken, bread dressing, Italian blend, wheat bread, applesauce, milk. Wednesday: Cracker crumb fish or chicken tender, hamburger steak, lyonnaise potatoes, squash, wheat bread,peaches, milk. Thursday: Sloppy Joe, bun, tater triangles, Brussel sprouts, Jell-O with fruit, milk. Friday: Bierock casserole, wheat roll, pineapple upsidedown cake, milk. Meals delivered by Lutheran Church. School Menus II II I Rock Hills School Lunches Jan. 10 through Jan. 14 Breakfast Monday: Bagels Tuesday: Egg, bacon pizza, peaches. Wednesday: Scrambled egg, sau- sage pattie, toast. Thursday: Pancakes, bacon. Friday: Biscuit, egg, cheese, tator tots. Lunch Monday: Pig in a Blanket, tator tots, baked Beans, pears Tuesday: Chicken nugget, mashed potato, gravy, green beans, strawber- ries and bananas. Wednesday: Hamburger stew, grilled cheese, baby carrots, pineapple tidbits, chocolate chip cookie. Thursday: Pizza, tri tator, peas, applesauce, oatmeal cookie, Friday: Beef and noodles, mashed potato, corn, peaches, roll. Jr. Clio Club met at Pine Haven Monday Jr. Clio Club met Monday at Pine Haven with Karen Figgins and Judy Hesket-Bingham as hostess. Ten members answered roll call. Treasurer's report was given and min- utes of the November meeting read and approved. Nancy Wenderling, Judy Hesket- Bingham and Marlene Brown will serve on the nominating committee. It was decided that club will pur- chase one of the snowflakes that will be the new decorations for the Man- kato street lights next year. Names were presented for mem- bership. "Sharing a family heirloom" was the evening's program. Also, club members brought items for the food pantry. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Pine Haven. It will be the Valentine exchange. Hostess will be Marilyn Eaton and Carla Waugh. Honorary inducts Mankato resident The nation' s oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society recently inducted more than 130 new members from Kansas State Univer- sity. Phi Kappa Phi's new members are second semester juniors in the upper 7.5 percent of their class, seniors in the upper 10 percent of their class or out- standing graduate students, also in the top 10 percent of their class. Cassaundra OSt, a senior in social work and gerontology, Mankato gradu- ate, is an inductee. Panorama By Fawna Barrett If the first five days are predicting the weather for the rest of the month, it will be extremely cold and dry--two unwanted comments at this point in time. Last year, we wondered what the landscape would look like without snow and this year, we wonder why there isn't more snow. Drought continues to trouble this area, while other states and other coun- tries are battling floods. Cold withoUt snow cover is hazard- ous to the dormant wheat crop. Tender plants can be damaged by sharp or prolonged freezes. With quite a bundle of cash invested in seed, fertilizer and in some cases, chemicals to kill previ- ous crops, losing the wheat would spell doom for some farmers. Farming is our way of life and most stick with it through good years and the poor times. It's who we are! [[[ $ Northbranch By Erma Dillon I On Wednesday evening before Christmas, members of the Northbranch Friends congregation had the pleasure of seeing and hearing the Christmas story unfold asit might have happened in today's setting. Colleen Jeffery wrote and directed the three- skit play which was put on by some of the Sunday School pupils. The first skit; "Angels on Assignment" was played by six angels who were given assignments for the day by the head angel. The second skit, entitled, "Who'd be Outside at That Time of Night?,. Three deer hunters were stationed in their deer stand, instead of shepherds guarding their sheep. Suddenly the host of angels appeared saying "Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests." After the angels returned to heaven, the deer hunters head to Bethlehem where they find the Christ Child with Mary and Joseph. The third skit was entitled, "The Three Wise Ladies.". Could the Magi of the story have been ladies? Tradi- tion says they were men, but can that be proven? The ladies walk along as they discuss billboards, blisters on their feet, etc. They decide to rent a car from Herod's Rent-A-Car. Riding in the car, they keep focused on the star as the blonde lady keeps the congregation entertained with numerous 'blonde jokes.' The program draws to a close as the 'three wise ladies' exit their car, bringing their gifts with them, as they have reached their destination of find- ing the Christ Child. Colleen and her helpers produced an outstanding production! A candle- light service followed making a per- fect closing of another Christmas story. Food and fellowship time in the Fel- lowship Hall followed. Jaclyn Yelken won a quilt at the Franklin SeniorCenter. HerGrandma Carol entered Jaclyn's name. The quilt is a fan design with shades of pink, purple and turquoise, which are the same colors as Jaclyn's newly redeco- rated room. Tim, Wanda, Allison Warner and Wally Wiilitts were dinner guests of Glen and Patsy Warner a week ago on Sunday. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery joined other members of their family on Christmas weekend at the home of Randy and Juel Hughes at Royal, Neb. Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi celebrated Christmas Day with the Terrill family. On Sunday they drove Sunday, Jane 16 * 5:30 pem. lle VFW Post Home B & B THEATRES Majestic Theatre 229 W. Sixth Street DowntownCon˘ordle, Ken. Concordla's All New, State*Of.The* Art, Four Screen Movie Theetml * Stadium Seating, Handicap Accessible . Digital Surround Sound atres), WeB to WeB Screens. 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Arleta Carlton to the home of Brad's sister, Becky, and Kevin Pihl and family near Lindsborg for another family celebra- tion. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery recently visited Winnie McNichols at the Good Samaritan Center in Superior. Winnie has an amaryllis plant they had taken her earlier and she wanted them to see g it in full bloom. The Sunday morning worship ser- vice at Northbranch Friends on the day after Christmas was delightfully filled with several violin trios played by Janel Harms, Erin Williams and Abby Fenster, accompanied by their mother, Dianne Fenster. Also, another special was a beautiful praise and dance by Dianna Willitts and her four daugh- ters. LaVae Glover joined family mem- bers on Christmas Day at the home of Elwin and Gwen Lewis. Because of Gwen's recent back surgery, she was unable to travel, so the travelers went to her. Those present were LaVes; Kenneth Lewis; Christi Lewis, Levi and Garrett and her foster children, Carla and Nathalia; Aaron and Brooke Lewis, Brittany, Bailey and Brody; Jared and Ashley Lewis, Beau and Patton; also one of the girl's boy- friend. All 25 family members of the Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery family ranging in age from 1 month to the 70s, were Christmas Day guests of the Northbranch Jefferys. Alan and Kim Davis and Blake were Christmas eve and Christmas Day guests in the home of Bret and Danyei Chapman, Addison and Colt. Christmas week guests of Edward and Jeri Shute and Tom and Austin Colo. Seth Flavin of Oakland, Calif., stayed from Dec 23 until Jan 2 with his parents, Greg and Gayla Flavin• Greg, Seth and Gayla had Christmas dinner with Gayla's mother, Ruth Ailshie at the Smith County Long Term Care. In the afternoon, the threesome went to Formoso to visit John and Linda Fla- vin. The Sunday following Christmas, Greg, Gayla and Seth Flavin went to the home of Jolie and Alex Derby, Rowan and Isla at Topeka. Tyler and Heather Flavin, Kynlee, Tayte and CJ from Grainfield,j0ined the family and they enjoyed another family Christ- mas on Monday Ivan and Leta Frost's children and grandchildren, Brenda. Mark, Lee and Cory Carlson, Karla, Leon, Chase and GeritWagner, Wayne, Natalie, Whitley and Blaine were guests on Dec. 24 afternoon and evening. Wayne and Natalie and the boys left early in the evening and drove to Winona, Kan., to her folks for Christmas day. Reports are that Santa found them and was very good to each of them. Pastor Ken and Lila Smith left fol- lowing the church service on Dec. 26 to travel via Amtrack to San Bemadino, Calif., where they stayed a week visit- ing their three sons, Jeff, Jeromy and Jason. Guests on Sunday at the home of Kelly and Becky McNichois, Callum and Grace were Doug and Diane McNichols, Hillary, Kelsey and Rissa of Concordia, Paul and Kathy Chapman of Wichita, and Quinton and Waneta Brown of Salina. The modem technol- ogy of Skype allowed the group to talk to Marcia Robertson in North Carolina Shute were their families, Steve and and Claire Chapman in India. On Mon- Jan Shute, Glenwood Springs, Coio, day the family visited Winnie Aaron Shute, Boulder, Colo., Julie McNichols at tlae Good Samaritan and Tom Wheeler and Mark,Shawnee, Home in Superior. Karla and Jay Essmiller and Jeremy Pawnee Rock, Kan., Wes and Lisa Essmiller and Jayden, Great Bend, Manon and Adam Emery, Layna and Annika, Ft. Leonardwood, Me., and John Allen, Red Cloud. Aaron Shute just graduated from culinary school and helped with the special cooking. Joel Shute is working on San Clemente Island, near San Diego, Calif. Ben Wheeler is in Chicago. Scott and Apama Shute and chil- dren returned Friday from their Christ- mas trip to India to visit her dad and other family members there. Bret an6 Beth Walker, Jim Gillett, Dereck and Jerrod, and John Hutson helped Sam Gillett celebrate his birth- day on Sunday, Dec. 26, at the home of Sam and Alyce. Kim was working and the rest of the Hutson family was enter- taining the flu so they all missed the party. On Tuesday following Christmas, Scott and Victoria' L'Ecuyer and MaKayla of Wichita came to the home of Sam and Alyce Gillett and were joined by the Jim Gillett family and Bret and Beth Walker for an evening dinner at a local restaurant. Last Wednesday Dereck and Jerrod Gillett entertained their little cousin, MaKayla, at the home of their grand- parents, Sam and Alyce Gillett. The L'Ecuyers returned to their home Wednesday evening. Last late summer a fierce hail storm came through the Highland neighbor- hood. Among the major damages in the area was the near new Highland Cemetery fence. It has recently been repaired and'looks like new again. Weekend guests at the' home of Kermit and Loyce Jeffery were Jenni- fer Woods, McKenzie, Mallory and Grant of Madison, Wis; and Janeile Jeffery, Conner and Taylor of Littleton, New Year's Day Kelly and Becky McNichols, Callum and Grace, 'went to Lindsborg for the day with Becky's mother, Mim Johnson. Earl Buckley and son, Run, of Colo- rado went to Kansas City for a few days last week with family members who live there and others who met there for the visit. Celebrating Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 26 at the home of John and Erma Dillon were Greg and Dianne Fenster and SteveDillon of Haysville, Phil and Ianei Harms, Michael and Erin Will- iams, Abby Fenster and Austin Sharp, all of Wichita, John Parsons and Frank Miller of Northbranch. Early Monday Steve took Erma to Wichita for a doctor' s appointment and Dianne went with John to Hastings for his dialysis treatment. The rest of the family was pretty much on their own, returning to their homes on Monday. Dianne and John drove to Wichita on Tuesday to get Erma after she was released from the Galachia Heart Hospital. Beth Jeffery is back in her apart- ment after several days in the hospital in Superior where she was treated for heart problems. Scott and Lori Yelken, Jarett and Jaclyn, spent Christmas Eve at home. Christmas Day with Scott's family and the day after Christmas with Lori's mother, Rita Roberson. They report they all came away with more presents than they deserved and stomachs ach- ing from too much food. Brad and Colleen Jeffery attended the Transiberian Orchestra Christmas Concert in Kansas City last Wednes- day. Early Thursday moming,\\;Walter and Dianna Willitts and family Went to LeRoy, Kan. The 4-hour trip turned into a 5.5 hour trip because the wind was severe. They gathered with other The family of Katherine Ross will be hosting a reception in honor of her 90th birthday on Saturday; Jan. 8, 2-4 p.m. at the Jewell Community Center " Jewell, Kan. o Cards are welcome, but please no gifts. .. The family of . nma Cook Stenson request a Card Shower for her 90 th Birthday Tuesday, Jan. 11 cards may reach her at: 1795 10 RD Courtland, Kan. 66939 Blue Shield and Medicare Providers Tyler Chiropractic John Tyler P.C. • Mankato, Kan. 785-648-0080 [ Willitts family members that night for a Christmas party at the home of Gary and Judy Meats. Santa Clause, along with over 70 relatives from all over the state were together. The youngsters got to meet cousins they had never met before. Presents were exchanged, food devoured and much catching up was done. They report the partywas a blast. They stayed in the area overnight and returned home the next day, Kelly, Becky, Callum and Grace McNichols took care of their animals, making it possible for them to leave home with peace of mind. On Christmas night Jean Davis and some of her family were guests in the home of Terry and Fawn Holt and Patrick. Sunday the whole family of Jean Davis, 24 in number, were her guests. Those present were Alan and Kim Davis, Blake Davis, Bret and Danyel Chapman, Addison and Colt, Joe and Cindy Bimey, Will, Ben and Annie, Terry and Fawn Holt and Patrick, Todd Davis, A.J. and a friend and Grant, Kimberly Harris, Jordan, Shelby and Payton. Northbranch Friends Sunday morn- ing worship service opened with Pas- tor Ken giving announcements and the call to worship. Musicians were Erma Dillon. Lila Smith and Allison Warner. Serving as ushers were Brad Jeffery, Tim Warner and Callum McNichols. The praise microphone was carried by Victoria Willitts to those taking part in the praise time. A time of prayer around the altar gave special emphasis on the many needs of the congregation, community and other known needs. The text for Pastor Ken' s message was taken from Ephesians 1. The topic of the sermon was that of being "sealed" for Jesus. Being sealed acknowledges ownership, meaning that we are God's people. We can believe God will handle life for us as we are His possession. However, we are given the choice -to be or not to be "sealed" with God's Holy Spirit. read along ,,ith the president's mes- sage.  Veterans and family support com- mittee report was presented by Sherri Jeffery. The VFW National Home of Children Kansas Home is in need of some repairs. The auxiliary was asked I to conside making a contribution to • ˘4 help with the repatrs to renew the sub-  scription to Veterans' Voices. Phyllis Christie, Americanism re- porter, said she had decorated the Store window for Pearl Harbor Day and was working on a Christmas tree decorated with stars with names of Jewell County citizens that are serving in the military. Sherri Jeffery's community service *. report mentioned the auxiliary needs to consider making a monetary dona- : lion to the veterans' history project. ' All community service projects by aux- (: iliary members were accepted. Sherri Jeffery also reported that 26 more pairs of women's socks, 12 pairs , of men socks, a scarf and 20 lap robes were delivered to the Department of  Kansas Hospital Chairman, with an" estimated value of $351 to be deliv- ered to the VA Hospitals. :: Phyllis Christie said forms for the i VFW Kansas Endowment had been ? taken to school. She also reported that local entry Micah Daniels placed see-.j ond in the district judging for the Voice of Democracy Patriot's Pen and will , be receiving $250 at the 6th District spring convention. It was decided to give $15 to each of the three teachers helping with the scholarhsip program and $10 each for the six contest judges, i Gifts will be given in the form of Mankato Chamber Bucks. • Meeting closed with the National i Home Prayer and Closing Prayer. l00ael for N mad E Contributed by a Jewell County Resident Now your motor is perking with juice or fruit only at morning. At lunch and after more fresh food, live food, Wanda Warner is staying a few eliminating cooked, pasteurized, any- days this week with her mother, Zeta Zellmer, at Norton. Zeta has been .diagnosed with cancer and decisions expect to be made this week as to her treatment. Last Wednesday Gayla Flavin's sis- ter, Connie Pruitt, and grandsons, Braven and Torren Grant, from Stillwater, Okla., visited the Flavins and also the women's mother in the Smith County LTC. They returned to their home on Friday. Gayla Flavin was a Sunday evening visitor of Jean Davis. Kermit Jeffery received word Sun- day morning of the death of his uncle, Wesley Jeffery at Yakima, Wash. Wesley was the last of the children of Frank and Emma Jeffery. He moved to Idaho in the mid 30s and was a minister in the Free Methodist Church. His wife, Dorothy still lives in Yakima. VFW Ladies Auxiliary plans projects The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 7830 met at Pine Haven Dec. 14at5:30 p.m. Christmas goodies were brought. Sherri Jeffery, 'president, called the meeting to order with nine members present. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Doris Alexander and ap- proved. Treasurer's report was given by Karen Boden. Bills were submitted for two Angel Tree gifts and for a Christmas gift for an LTC resident. Also five pairs of socks each were given to the Veterans at LTC. General orders from Darlene Orender, department president, was thing going through extreme tempera- ture; which takes the life force. Make an effort to get one-half live food. Turn to Daniel in the Old Testa- ment: Daniel and three friends were taken as slaves to a distant counti'y and told to eat at the King's table. Daniel -* ask to try his diet for 10 days he and three friends had water and vegetables, At the end of 10 days he and his friends looked better and their brains worked faster. My friend, give it a try, 10 days to be better; or same o le same ole. Breath deep, walk tall, one-half to one mile daily. Have a great New Year, better heaith, happier you, brighter future. I Express & Record Classifieds Phone: 402-879-3291 or come in to • 148 E. Third Superior, Neb. or • 111 E. Main Mankato, Kan. to place your ad . I II I WINTER KITCHEN HOURS Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday: CLOSED Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. OPEN SUNDAYS: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. I  as of Sunday, Jan. 16 's 107 E. 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