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.?" lonia Local News y Jan|co Henningsen Guests were Carolyn Abram, Rex ecil and Lola Hillman were and Janice Henningsen, Cindy, greeters and ushers for worship LeviandColeTaylorandStanley ~Undaymoming. Susan Schlaefli Abram. aXlTravis Engelbert were candle Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meyer, lighters. The inspirational sermon Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Bohnert and by Pastor Frances was "Sermon .... son, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft .theMount."LillianStansburyand family and Mr. and Mrs. elped .pastor with Holy Loren Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. - :tmunion. Terry Meyer and family Sunday Mary VanWey suffered a heartto celebrate Steven's third while in Texas. She will be birthday. m the hospital for ,bout twoNellie Compton s nephew, weeks. Loren, was a weekend guest. v-lerryTttenandfriend'Jdie' All women are welcome to '-,aWrence, were home this bring a salad and join the Farm .W end to visit with Hal andBureau women for the regular LOlaTotten. _ health meeting and salad Cecil-Recentand LolaWeekendHillmangUeStSwere herf luncheon Feb. 22. Bring a ariddaughter, Amy Range, homemade article for show and ton, and Jeff Bartell, tell. "'--rnerson. Vernon and Venda Roiling ,-, BnnieSlate, LorettaAultand visited with Cecil and Lola UOrothy Borger were in Salina Hillman Saturday evening. for Mrs. Borger's eye LaNelle Garrett is now up. working three days a week in _ LaNelle and LaNay Garrett Beloit and two days in Saline for wereSundaydinnerguestsofRex Drs. Cole, Copper and Burks. slid Janiee Henningsen. Mark and Kim Viets, Girard, _ Travis and Vanessa Engelbert were weekend guests of Mr. and ere weekend guests of Mr. and lilrili_l old Shoemaker. Susan.Mrs" Dick Schlaefl, Bill and an(j' " and Mrs. Clay Henningsen Leon and Karen Boden and t0rt," rdd hosted a birthday party their feed company hosted a .,-asey lliursday evening to dinner at a Mankato restaurant "tebrate his eighth birthday. Wednesday. Local News - ..... HoldrenJohn and Rosalie Edwards I,..-'_*tanY fans from our area have announce the birth of a k."~.,n_ attending the junior high grandchild, Maia Eun-Ok Lee, ~'~lltoumamentinlViankato bornFeb. 1.ThcparcntsareRom .~_-eeKThe flu is still hanging around andMr. Ginnaand Mrs.Lee' ChaiBerkleY'sin Catif.Lee, ~1 few families have escaped it Kansas City, are the paternal jtrMr. and Mrs. Edwin Adamsl grandparents. vi~itc~,a City, were Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Roland Louder attended the funeral of his cousin, E~rt?f Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Glen Louder, last Thursday. Best of Luck, Eagles!!! @ Burr.Oak Plumbing, Heating and Grocery BurrOak, Kan. 913-647-5661 i / O Amy Topliff and Stacey Novak cut valentines to decorate their valentine boxes for their Jewell third grade class valentine exchange. Scott Cleveland, who works for Wanklyn Plumbing and Electric, broke his arm last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Williams were Saturday overnight guests at the Arnold Williams home in Logan. Quanita stayed at the Jerry Shaffer home in Smith Center. Cynthia Worthing, Wamego, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eberhart, last week. Many attended the 90th birthday open house for Avis Crawford Sunday. Max Bourbon had sugery in Saline last Wednesday. Mary Ann Green is a patient in the Halstead hospital. Jewell County LTC News Visiting Ruth Colson and Margie Marihugh were Edgar and Veronica Marihugh, Vera Frost and Mable Marihugh. Mary and Don Modlin visited Fay Morton. Residents of Jewell County Hospital LTC are preparing for their "Home With Heart" event Tuesday. The 'celebration will feature the crowning of a sweetheart king and queen. Votes are purchased for a penny. Proi:eeds will go toward the American Heart Association's research, community programs and public education. Collection points will be established at area business firms. Lorna Wilton and Gall Hudiburgh visited Ellen Hudiburgh. Eunice Hughes and Karen Murray were among the visitors of Lillian Murray in the swing bed service of the acute wing. At the Thursday afternoon game tables there were 12 residents playing cards, lnez Reed was first to win. Mabel Andreasen had the first card blackout. The VFW Auxiliary has supplied new Thursday, February 11, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B items for prizes. Helping this week were Opal Lamb and Lucille FCE Council The annual Farm Bureau Dunstan. meeting to focus on women's Carl and Carla Waugh, accepts budget health will be Feb. 22 in the Jennifer and Jeremy and Joan Last Monday's meeting of the Farmway Credit basement. The Waugh called on Clede Blacker. Jewell County Family day'seventsw!llincludeapotluck Pat and Susan Shoe, Brad, Community Education Council salad luncheon, blood pressure Travis and Vanessa Engelbert was called to order by President screening by the health visited with Helen Stites. Ruth Hobelman at 9 a.m., in the department, discussion of local Ernie Larsen of the Lutheran extension kitchen with nine health concerns and a special Church led Sunday church members and one agent interest feature. services. Opal Lamb and Geneva answering roll call, "A neat way Officers installed were Ruth to remember Valentines." Hobelman, president, Ivah Hoard, Hiltgen assisted with the craft A proposed budget that president-elect, Alma German, class, includes funding Craft Day, secretary, and Veronica Last Tuesday Th _._dd Hinkle Spring Tea, two academic Marihugh, treasurer. hosted Tuesday Happenings. He scholarships, sending The decision was made to sang a medley of songs, representatives to area and state include cosmetology as a field of Jewell, Marilyn arid Megan meetings and one cent per study eligible for the academic Murray and Gordon and Deb membercontributionto"Pennies Murray, Cody, Cam and Chrissie for Friendship" was approved for were visitors of Lillian Murray. 1993. Wednesday morning l.,ta Sills Ivah Hoard reported the district had Bible study. Eleven residents meeting is planned for May 7 at attended the class. Thadd Hinkle led the music appreciation hour. Visiting Etta Noes were Deb Morris, Bruce, Karen and Jesse Rhea and Leonard and Shelby Johnson. Elizabeth Murray was visited by Sherry Huncovsky, Pare Diamond, Jewell, Marilyn and Megan Murray, Deb Murray, Carla Chambers, Cathi Thompson and Breanna, Angola German and Tie, Eunice Hughes and Raymond and Geneva Garton. Arthur and Lorine Cockroft visited Blanch Penner. Vachel Crawford's visitors were Avis Crawford and Max and Idolia Berry. Callers on Dana Bennett were Laurie and James Neilson, Megan Thomas, Cheryl Badger, Pamela, Matt and Daniel and Duane Bennett. Aletha Loomis called on Ivy Driggs and Vemeda Seems. Marie Morris visited Myrna Thronson and Orville Thronson, Frances Rathbun called on several friends. Albert and Frances Wyatt visited Mabel Andreasen. Visitors of Madeline Sills were Maxine Dempsey and George and Lets Sills. the 4-H Building, Belleville. Betty Andreasen reported Spring Tea plans being made by the hosts, J-Janes. This year's event will be a potluck salad supper March 23. Crackers, beverage and tableservice will be provided. The guest speaker will scholarships offered by council. Members felt this occupation does contribute to many human heal:h issues such as those experienced by cancer patients or others with medical concerns. Mrs. Hobelman shared the Thought for the Day--"And God said No." The next meeting will be March 1. be Pat Harrison, Glen Elder. The Free courses for event will be in a Jewell church and will include a cultural arts Kansas teachers contest. FCE members and spouses Free, graduate-level courses wereurgedtoattendtheupcoming for Kansas teacbers will focus on Agri-Business Forum Feb. 24 at the importance of the agriculture the Buffalo Roam. The focus of industry for all persons. This this event is agricultural-related summer, scholarships will give medical,financial and legal issues that are faced by all ages of people involved in any aspect of agricultural production or profession. Reservations are due Feb. 22. Support was encouraged for the countywide recycling contest during the month of April. Categories of competition include "Collect-All-You-Can," "Adopt- A-Progect" and "Likeable Litter." Prizes include T-shirts for district winners and $50 savings bonds for the county winners. Participation of this contest needs to be tallied during April. 100 kindergarten through senior high teachers the opportunity to learn about agriculture. The Integrating Agriculture imo the Classsroom courses help teachers develop ways to incorponitc ag information with other skills taught. Teachers will learn tncltb ds and collect materials for integrating agricul'tural infgrmation into math, hmguagc ,rt. ctncial studies, science, art and other subjects. Applications are due March 15. Forms may be obtained from the . Soil Conservation Service, Mankato. Itl Ill II II Bob's Shop 133 S Grand Avenue Esbon, Kan. 91 3-725-4461 White Rock 1993 Winter Sweetheart Candidates are (back from left) Shells Frost, Renita Hillman, Angle Burgess, (front) Kevin Ost, Craig Dewey and Josh Kindler. The sweetheart basketball game will be Friday, with White Rock playing Hillcrest at Burr Oak. II II II II II II IIi It II II II III II II II II I ~.~_~.~. Steal ill Pass it! - 7Vo,]7 TheT,,iT?nTogetheT:.7.'- White Rock Move It Down The Floor! II You Can Do It, Eagles. 7i Go, WhiteRock, [ WE WANT MORE,I ,, Eagles!,, Are Looking You Can BEAT Hillcrest , - y Love's Dlrt . L Farmwa Credit Union - Burr Oak, Caf I W;: : Mankat? " Be'" " Lltn ln Burr Oak, Ken. 917:64Z:61 11 Esbon K 25-4891 i 102 N Commercial 913-378-3134 Mankato. Ken. . ,...., ,, . ,..... ........ :-----'--,--~ i _ ~,~.< ~, I lagles!!l I I Six, li!!lht I I I, :w o '~ ~ I i WhiteRockEagles! : 1 iillte i '! rt 8:--I-4 ,,ation-:--:" :! i iil-~ Automotri; ! Construction I 913-647-6831 I 611 Main Burr Oak, Kan. ! sler i eurrOak. Ken. | 913-647-7351 , i .. I ! i Go, White Rock/!/ ', Yc Old . !Craft. Shop / Iris Cosand I_ Burr Oak, Kan. 913.647-7431 The State Bank of Esbon Esbon . Burr Oak Member 913-647-6621 or 913-647-5111 ,j I Paul Wilson, CPA 913-378-3006