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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 11, 2002 I III II II Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen The Central Kansas Library Sys- tem bookmobile arrived at the Rae Hobson Memorial Library and left 139 adult books and 118 children's books. Mr. and Mrs, Dana Johnson were overnight guests of the Howard Fogle family, Plainville, and attended the community dinner theatre. Easter dinner guests of Butch and Donna Noble were Mike and Amy Landgren, Hastings. Glenn Aurand's 75th birthday was observed at Mankato. Guests were Clay Aurand and family, Madlyn Aurand, Karen 'on Rossum and family, Jana Brennecke and family and Ward and Ilene Aurand. Tom Hefts and Terran and Tina Wolley were week-end guests of Glenn and Phyllis Hefts. Joining them for dinner were Mike and Jamie Wolley and Florence Elliott. Junior, Theresa, Jacki and Jami Bouray, Superior, and Verle Bouray, Belleville, were dinner guests of the Lawrence Bourays. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hobelmann were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hobelmann, and Brian, Kansas City. Easter guests at the Simms home were Douglas, Paula and Jim Simms, the Alan Sheets family, the Bryan Simms', the Joe Fischer family and Jennifer Isaacson and family. Guests of Jake and Lindy Myers, Belleville, were Iris Myers, Bob and Shirley Gunn, Jim Gunn, Bonnie Bums and Bradley, John Gunn and Debbie, Salina, Chick Gunn, Pat and Jessica Barnett and Jason Spitler, Salina. Dinner guests of Kent Swartz were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kueker, Dr. Nicole Cossart and Dr, Ben Crowley, Okla- homa City, Ryan Swartz, Kansas City, Brad Swartz, Manhattan and Ila Swartz. All were Easter guests of the Ralph Kuekers. Dinner guests of Glenn and Helen Aurand were Karen von Rossum and family, West Des Moines, Iowa, the Clay Aurand family, Marilyn Aurand and the Jim B reenecke family, Ankeny, Iowa. Jack and Ethlyn Smith were after- noon and evening guests of Marlin and Judy Smith and their three great-grand- children, Ryan and Haley Weber and Cassidy Hogan and their parents. Friday guests of Clarence and Joyce Beam were Terrie Myers and sons, Brandon, Zac and Jake, Sterling, Colo. Cary and Wendy Petit, Clay Cen- ter, were guests of Kent and Cathy Chase. Other guests were Dawn, Drew and Darci Morley. Week-end visitors of Virginia Petersen were Rod Peterson, Shawnee, Dane Petersen, Arlington, Va., Christie and Jackson, Eubnk, Ore., and Judith Eubank, Kansas City. They all joined James, Carol and Scott Levendofsky at the Daryl Ricks home for brunch. Phyllis Hefts has been celebrating her birthday, She hosted a coffee for 20 women at her home. Mae Sandell's birthday was also celebrated. Dinner guests of Jesse and Joni I II III II I I i Latham and daughters were Richard and Cam Gates, Burr Oak, Kent and Cathy Chase and the Dan Morley fam- ily. Later guests were Gerry, Lorie and Ryan Waugh, Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson stayed a week with Amy and Jordan Adee, Independence, Me. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and Colby, Wichita. Pam Schmit, Wichita, stayed sev- eral days with her mother, VidaBoman. They were Easter guests of the Paul Osbornes. Other guests were Tim, Jan and Monica Davis, the Leo Blanding family and Clare Osborne. Betty, Klay and Dillon Bouray vis- ited with Robert and Arlene Ahrens. With their cousins, the Bouray chil- dren participated in the Superior egg hunt. The Cousins were Kayla and Drew Bailey, North Platte and Skyeler and Alyson Ahrens. Sunday the Kent Bouray family, the Ron Ahrens fam- ily, the Bailey family, Norma Streit and Rich and Barbara Kimminau Guide Rock, were guests of the Robert Ahrens family. Dinner guests of Marge Seybold were the Calvin Seybold family, the Mike Hoops family and J. D. and Sonja Sooter, Wichita. . Guests of Robert and Alaina Brown " and family were Bentley and Karen Parker, Robert and Vivian Brown, the Mike Larsons and Carrie Anderson. Helle and Paige Kniep visited Elden and Betty Evert. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Woodward and family were guests of the Dale Baxas. Guests of Dennis and Judy Erkenbrack' were Brett, Sonia, Blake and Drew Erkenbrack and Velds Lin, den, Concordia. Guests of the Elden Everts were Lorraine Evert and Carl Hoskins, Par- sons, Ron and Vickie Hailagin, Ellis, the Ron Even family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Evert and Krystal, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Springer and Noah and Dave Smith. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Johnson, Kelby and Kale were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson, Seneca, Aleece Johnson, Emporia, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe. Dinner guest of Bill and Shirley Roe were Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Roe, Jenna and Janell. Visitors of Jean and Mike Charles the past week were the John Charles family, Hays, Dane Petersen, Vs, Christie and Jackson Eubank, Ore., Judith Eubank, Kansas Cky, Mr. and Mrs. James Rippey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Socolosky and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kendig, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kendig and sons, Mr. and Mrs. A I G uttery, Mary Ellen Grant, Cindy Herington, Aden Gabriel, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kort, Ward and Irlene Aurand, Lorraine Evert and Carl Hoskins. Virginia Petersen hosted 8-12 bridge club. Extra guests were Marge Baxa and Judy Erkenbrack. The next meeting will be with Iona Tuley May 7. I This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co,, In, Here are some sales. Stoera 7 mixed at 412, 105.00, Burr Oak 18 bwf, at 565, 100.00, Scottsville 4 blk at 596, 99.00, Burr Oak 11 mixed at 597, 95.50, Courtland 12 blk at 620, 91.00, Nelson 11 mixed at 642, 83.50, Superior 8 mixed at 645, 85.00, Scottsville 10 mixed at 676, 83.00, Scottsville 37 blk at 738, 78.001 Nelson 6 mixed at 749, 70.00, Concordia 17 mixed at 788, 7175, Jewell 15 mixed at 808, 73.35, Scottsville Heifers 13 blk bwf at 510, 88.50, Burr Oak 11 blk at 542, 81.50, Jewell 14 blk bwf at 623, 80.10, Cawker City 17 mixed at 639, 75.10, Webber 8 blk at 659, 74.50, Courtland 9 mixed at 682, 70.25, Concordia 10 mixed at 711,69.00, Court[and 11 blk bwf at 769, 69.75, Narka 11 mixed at 769, 68.25, Jewell CONSIGNED FOR NEXT WEEK; ::dYMMonflogm,, 'd:;r;r4708'8;9'30074M,M:ilbeil e787:'5.5_ff:'58.3763:3 Jon Rusaell, 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 Belleville 81 Uvestock Sales Belleville, Kan. Sale every Friday at 10 a.m. on Cows Results From April 5. Large Run Butcher cows $32-$4 7 Bulk $40-$43 Steers 1 335 Superior, Neb. 23 407 Webber 8 442 Formoso 7 501 Belleville 26 509 Webber 7 534 Formoso 6 563 Randall 4 575 Hebmn, Nab. 11 598 Superior, Neb. 16 595 Belleville 20 624 Formoso 15 654 Washington 4 666 Agenda 9 719 Randall 5 754 Chester, Neb. 31t 767 Washington 10 790 Mahaska 6 814 Chester, Neb. 838:, Scandia 8R5 Mahaska 28 853 Gtasco 5 857 Cormordia 15 872 Washingtqn 19 951 113.50 7 963 106.50 110.00 3 400 101.00 4 416 95.25 5 440 95.25 15 480 94.75 7 511 93.25 4 550 90.00 12 545 89.75 7 562 88.45 14 566 87.00 5 579 87.75 6 77.30 6 77.85 16 76.80 5 75.00 5 74.50 31 73.50 14 73.80" 6 73.20 25 73.75 17 72.10 20 Bulls $47"$62 Mahaska 68.00 Scandia 68.50 Heifers Munden 97.00 Randall 95.50 Munden 98.00 Belleville 90.00 Formoso 87.75 Mundan 85.80 Formoso 85.50 Mankato 83.75 : Chester, Neb. 83.25 ..... Randatt e3.78 595 Republic 82.50 623 Esbon 81.75 637 Concordia 80.90 659 Scandia 79.00 692 Concordia 76.50 720 Washington 73.50 761 Concordla 70.00 781 Scandia 69.50 798 Concordla 68.50 849 Munden 67.80 869 Formoso 68.00 For morn information or to consign call am'ry Kort, mgr 785.527-2870 Bern 785.527-2258 Edc aesrd 402.964-720 Harold Miller 785.2664126 Dean 8othem 785-374-4288 Myron DeGraff 785-243-4368 Dave Mohlmsn 402-746-2708 Rick Jurgens - Auctioneer Jewell Christian Church lists events The Jewell Christian Church is sponsoring or helping with several community events. The first is a benefit dinner at the Jewell Community Center Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Kevin Th- ompson, son of Donna and Archie Th- ompson, Jewell, who lost clothing and other possessions in a recent fire at this home in Concordia. Kids for Christ Bible Club is wind- ing up the season with a game night Wednesday at the regular after school hour at the Trinity United Methodist Church and a Family Night April 24 at 6:: p.m., also at Trinity Church. The group will not meet again until fall. Christian Women's Fellowship will have a bt'unch on April 20 at 9 a.m. at the church for all women of the church. Jewell By Roberts Holdren ii i i Mr. and Mrs. Todd Divel, Denver, announce the birth of their daughter, Charley Harlow, born April 3. She weighed 7 pounds, 10ounces. She has three brothers, Zevin, Feron and Teagan. Grandparents are Nola Divel Everson, Salina; Jerry Divel, Beloit; Gwen Everson, Mankato; Doris Divel Jewell, and Mr. and Mrs. Kim Horinek Kalispel, Mont. Robert Jarvis, formerly of Jewll, died April 4 at his home in Twin Falls, Idaho. Services were at Sunset Cem- etery in Twin Falls. Kristin, Greta and Sarah Petersen, Lincoln, Neb., visited Doris Divel during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Loomis, Leon and Carol Divel, Pittsburgh, came Saturday evening to celebrate Doris' birthday. Beth Byers, Beloit, died this week. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Byers. The annual Jewell Spring Fling was Saturday at the community build- ing. Several booths were selling wares. The chamber of commerce served ham- burgs and pie. Cindy Barrett, Wichita; Scott, Ann and Tyler Boomer, Hays; Kenny and Barb Tatro and sons; Lee and Ingrid McMiilan and daughters, Randall, and Jetted McMillan, Glasco, were supper guests of Gerald and Marie McAtee. GeorgeEberhart hosted a dinner in Mankato. Attending were Allene Spielman, Evelyn Divel, Elizabeth Braden and Marietta Eberhart. George was is a former resident of Jewell. Members of the USD 279 music department entertained the senior citi- zens gathering. Students performed numbers they are preparing for music contest Saturday. The next meeting is April 19 when those with April birth- days and anniversaries will be hon- ored. The third annual meeting of the Elniff Cousins was held in Salina on Sunday. Members of the group are descen t Henr and Olga Lovseth Elniff, Attending were Neva Ebeling, Topeka; Marlene Kenyon, Liberty, Me.; Paula Kidd, Amanda McNutt and Bob and Glenda Campbell, Wichita; Roger and Kay Zimmer, Formoso; Bill Elniff. Randall; Ron and Heidy Elniff, Concordia; Charles and Roberts Holdren, Jewell; and Jay Shelton, Norton. , Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall United Church Women met recently and shared "thoughts for the day" for devotions. A monetary gift was approved for the Kevin Thomp- son benefit. Several indicated they would attend Jewell Trinity Guest Night. Prayer requests were mentioned. Four women, including guest, Betty Mayhew, quilted during the day. Peggy Applebee was thrown from her "Little Rascal" Saturday after the Randall Alumni when they hit a rut in the school yard. Her brother, Jack Folsom, who had brought her and Sondra Hyman, director of nursing at Mt. St. Joseph Nursing Home where Peg lives, helped her back into the cart and helped her into the van. Sondra had been to the banquet with her mother, Irene Goff, and brother, Curt. Peg was transported to Salina for treat- ment of her injuries and is back at the nursing home. Mary Ann and Bob Kibbe were in Manhattan to visit their daughter, Kara, and to celebrate her 21st birthday. Gordon and Betty Kibbe left Mon- day for their home in California after several weeks in Randall. Jamie Harvey visited her grand- mother, Barb McMiUan and cousin, David. Bruce and Connie McMillan also visited. Word was received in Randall of the death of Leona Lienberger, 85. Her funeral was in Hutchinson April 6. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, Howard, and had been living with her daughter, Mary Lou, in Ama- rillo, Texas. The Lienbergers lived in Jewell in the 1950s. She was a sister- in-law of Betty St. John, Gerald and Glade Lienberger and Darlene Abling. Gene and Fawna Barrett visited Gerry Joerg, Courtland. Gene and Fawna Barrett attended the open house honoring Dean Had- dock for 50 years in banking. The men had served on the NCK Vo-Tech Board at the same time. Bill Elniff and Roger and Kay Zimmer attended an Elniff gathering in Salina Sunday. Most of the cousins were present. Debbie and Dennis Galoway, Wichita, visited Leota Clawson. Phyllis and Junior Wilson visited Fern and Merle Griffitts, Irene Goff and Ronnie Russell at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Recent visitors of Mary and Bob Shelton were Lyle and Donna Mahin, Richard and Sherry Clanin and Cindy and David DeLeon, who were in Ran- dall for the weekend. Monday, Mary and sou, Kirby Shamburg, took Gerald Mahin to Superior for minor surgery. Lynell Sheahan, Stacy Sheahan, Cathy Holthaus, Maureen Rider and Mrs. Jason Sheahan attended a Women of Faith meeting in Kemper Arena, ii CHURCH AUCTION Saturday, April 13 Starting at 10 a.m. Auction will be held at the Church located at the corner of Buffalo and Lincoln in Jewell, Kan. Selling a 120-foot x 40-foot brick building and contents. Complete sale listing was published in the Thiarsday, April 4 issue of this newspaper. SALEM,UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Owner Auction Conducted By, Bob Thummel Beloit, Kan. 785-738-5933 Ronnie Lagasse Concordia, Kan. 785-243-7371 i ii i i i1|1111 i ELEVATOR FOR SALE The Kackley elevator facilities are hereby offered for sale by sealed bid. The Kackley facilities consist of a 171,385 bushel licensed grain warehouse and office building with fixtures, scale, grain dryer, and 1,100 gallon anhydrous ammonia fertilizer storage tank, all located on railroad right'of-way at Kackley, Republic County, Kansas 66948, which right-of-way has been offered for sale to the elevator. Seller will convey the property by quitclaim deed, and bill of sale. All property will be sold "as is, where is" without express or implied warranty of fitness for particular use or merchantability. Prospective bidders may make arrangement at bidder's expense, to mason- and test the subject property by phoning Mr. Carl Gilbert at 785-335- 2565 or Mr. Arthur L. Thompson at 785-739-2312. Bids must be submitted in writing by May 3, 2002 at 5 o'clock p.m., to the Seller, The Randall Farmem Cooperative Union, P.O. Box 95,101 Walnut, Randall, Kan. 66963, 785-739-2312, Fax: 785-739-2313. All bids must be firm, although sale is subject to the negotiation of a mutually acceptable wntten buy,sell agreement, with each party to bear its own costs, i III Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Itl Kansas City. Lynell and Richard vis-, ited the Tim Sheahan family while there. Randall Library open house is this afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. The library is offering computer classes. Shelby Barrett and teammates of the NCKN Hot Shots basketball team, took first place in the fifth grade girls division of the Slahama-Jamma 2002 basketball tournament at Crete, Neb. More than 80 teams participated. At- tending were Brad and Steph Barrett, Jake and Sydney, Don and Shirley Bigham and Donald and Jeanette Barrett. On the way home, Brad, Steph and family visited Randy and Shelly Edwards and family, Friend, Neb. Their daughter, Kate, and Shelby are team-mates on the Hot Shots team. Rain is falling in Randall this Mon- day morning. II I Panorama By Fawna Barrett i Track season is upon us. Races, leaps, vaults and throws challenge stu- dents to be the best they can be. Not only the competitors, but coaches and teammates shout encouragement. From the call to begin in field events to the starting gun for the races all are ready. Each hopes he or she won't fault or jump before the gun; there is no second chance. Tents and-or canopy shapes have become necessary items rather than the exception. Some schools, in addi- tion to all the necessary track equip- ment, have added poles, canvas topper and even some with sides for shelter for the students between events. Red, blue, green, yellow--each stands as a giant mushroom growing around the track. Since Friday was a beautiful day, not many kids were seeking shelter. They were strolling, running or cheer- ing with others. Best wishes, track stars! Have fun this season! JeweU County Ambulance report April 3: Dorothy Munro, residence, Mankato to Jewell County Long Term Care; patient refusal; Audrey Morrow, Mary Lanning Hospital to Jewell County Hospital. April 5: Dorothy Munro, Jewell County Hospital to Mitch.ell County Hospital; John English, Webster County Hospital to Bryon Memorial Hospital, Lincoln. April 7: Dan Hanson, scene to Jew- ell County Hospital, Jewell County Hospital to airport in Belleville; acci- dent scene with no transfer.; Loretta Kimminau, Jewell County Hospital to Mitchell County Hospital. April 8: Melvin Boyer, residence, Formoso, to Republic Coumy Hospi- tal. Northbranch By Ruth Glover Sund,y morning Kelly McNichols had charge of the church service and Lois Smuck, Alton, Mt. Ayr was guest speaker. Special music was a solo by Erin Garman with Lauren Jeffery at the piano. Greeter was Betty Wallace and the ushers were LaVae Glover, Curtis Jeffery, and Earl Buckley. Next Sunday the Lugalia family will be in the service and Mabel will be sharing. The All-Church Birthday din- ner will be at noon in the annex. It will be followed by the Quarterly Business Meeting. Friends Women will meet Thurs- day at the home of Mazie Vance with Loyce Jeffery as program leader. It will begin at 2 p.m. Glenn Wallace is home after being in the Superior hospital a few days. Pat Volker and sons, Christopher and Chase, Rock Port, Me., visited her father in the hospital and her mother in the home. Several neighbors have visited since Glenn came home. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery hosted dinner for their family and they at- tended church. Attending were Connie and Clay Shulda and Haley Shulda, Cuba; Brian Shmda, Cregg and Belinda Jeffery, Nicole, Neal, and Bethany, all of Mankato; Tiffiny and Jarad Sasser, Belleville; and Todd and Gina Je ffery, Regan, Kelli and Brady. Scott Jeffery was home from Kan- sas City to visit family, Brad and Col- leen, Lauren.and Lexie. Amber Dewey and friend, Salina, were guests of her parents, Gale and Kathleen Jeffery. Glen and Patsy Warner went to Tulsa, Okla., recently to help celebrate her father's birthday. All five of his daughters were present and several grandchildren. Among the 25 present were Tim and Wanda Warner and Allison, Alan and Barbara Warner, Andrew and Ahley, Salina, and the Kevin Warner family, Wichita. Glen and Patsy visited Wayne and Pat Warner, Edmonds, Okla. Tim anq were dinner guests in home. In the Joyce, stopped Joe and Mazie Anderson at the hospital one day recently. He is after surgery in Denver. Jim Jeffery, Idaho, Kermit and Loyce Kermit and Loyce Wichita to see their Hughes, Norman and Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery' to eat to celebrate the birthdays. Norman and Velma lfie. l tended an Easter were overnight Lois Smuck and family. Guests in the John were John's cousin, Waiters, McLouth. and Mary Dillon, other cousins at dinner together. Dinner guests m the were John and Linda McNichols, Walter and i Nadine Guise, Joe ; Burr Oak board The Burr Oak LibraO last Mends) tered around the u Story time for young Monday at 2:15 and conU May 20. Ages of will be 18 months to five The library has tellers. The CKLS left a large story books. Also maintenance and repair ing. The roof is leaking. Becky McNichois, Donley as a new board library has two new ians. They Belden. Carol Cosand has Burr Oak Library is effort. What do expect from a Operating N.O.W. C Free Checking for StudentS' We have those and at: of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 AUCTION Thursday, April 23 5:00 P.M. Auction will be held at the home located at 214 S. Clinton in Mankato, REAL ESTATE Legal Description: Mankato Clasinnaddition, Block One (1) Lots Five (5) Six (6), Jewell Co., Kansas General Description: 2-bedroom home with front room, kitchen, dinin! bath, basement, 1-car garage, central heat and air. Terms: 20 percent of purchase price as down payment, the balance will upon closing in 30 days or less. Taxes will be pro-rated to closing. were $285.54. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split seller and purchaser. Possession will be upon closing. All inspections made before April 23, 2002. All statements made day of auction take dence over printed material. Thummel Real Estate & Auction is acting transaction broker. Thummel Real Estate & Auction Beloit, Kan. (785) 738-5933 CAR 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass, 4-door car, automatic, 118,000 miles TOOLS AND OTHER Mantis tiller; Power King drill press; chain saw; shovels; rakes; levels; long; deer hems; wooden planes; Craftsman tool box; 2" sander, drill; C clamps; bar clamps; sledge; wheelbarrow; Remington ammo sewing machine base; two (2) walking plows; saw vise; assortment of tools; single axle camper for parts; assortment of other miscellaneoUS ,! Hazel D. Scott Estate, Bob Thmnmel Beloit, Kan. (785) 738-5933 Auction conducted by: (7851