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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, Apn118, 2002 I I II IIII Jewell By Roberta Holdren i Fred and Carolyn Stewart, Seattle, have been visiting their Divel relatives in Jewell. Mr, and Mrs. Nick Keiss and fam- ily, Wichita, visited the Gene and June Butts home. Gary Divel, Colorado Springs, vis- ited his mother. The North Central Kansas Dancers, Beloit, performed the program, "The Sky Is the Limit," at the Brown Grand Theater, Concordia. Those from this area participating were Caitlyn McCreight, Alex Pierce and Brennan Williams. Among those attending the program were Charles and Roberta Holdren, Kim Pierce, Marissa McCreight, Marsha Ericson and Brian andJaeintaand BrookeWilliams, Jew- ell, and Loretta Elniff and Celia McMillan, Randall. Sister Susan and Marg Koster were callers of Isahell Stoeber. Marie Hollaway, Beloit, and her daughter from Montana were calling on friends in Jewell. Larry Divel, Abilene, visited his mother, Evelyn Divel, Saturday and attended the Salem Methodist Church Sale. Several from this area have attended the play, "Diary of Anne Frank," at the Salina Community Theater. Jewell Senior Citizens meet Friday at noon with a potluck dinner. Plan now to bring a covered dish and join them for dinner. Evelyn Divel reports her grand- daughter, Catherine. Divel, will per- form in the play, "Winnie the Phooh," at Great Plains Theater, Abilene, dur- ing the next two weeks. Guest night at Trinity United Meth- I I I Randall By Fawna Barrett Wanda Russell visited Phyllis and Junior Wilson. The women and Ruth Rhodes went to Jewell to have coffee with Opal Brandon and others at the Jewell Apartments. Phyllis and Junior Wilson went to Red Cloud for a birthday supper hon- oring Alta Mae Barnason, planned by her husband, Jesse. Other Wilson broth- ers, sisters and spouses were there. They attended the funeral of LaVem Wilken, 85, sister of Junior, at Nickerson, Others going were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kovarik and the Barnasons. Pauline McMillan was treated to a day in Salina by her daughter, Marcia Nulty and Melanie. Melissa Strathman and Josie met them for the day. That evening, Pauline was a guest for a family supper at the Buffalo Roam. All returned to the Nulty home for ice cream and cake. Caleb Ramsey attended the "Ac- quire the Fire" youth rally in Kansas (ity with other Jewell FCA members and their sponsor, Fred Winter. Last week, Caleb was on Jewell's Top Gold Par Law team (FCCLA) in Wichita. This team will compete in nationals in Minneapolis, Minn, this summer. Nevada and Cliff Vetter and Nancy Thronson attended the 25th wedding anniversary dance for S hell a and Randy Paxson at Beloit. Cliff and Nevada Vetter and Dan and Elaine Peters and family attended church in Delphos, which was a Mass for the late Peggy Peters. They were i IIII III i odist Church was Thursday. A meal was served and the program was by "Ida Clare." A bit of Jewell history went on the auction block Saturday when Salem United Methodist Church building and contents were auctioned. The building sold to Vernon Turner, Colorado Springs, for $9,750. The Christian Church sponsored a fund-raising dinner Sunday for Kevin Thompson, Concordia, whose belong- lngs were destroyed recently in a houseQ fire. Doris Abram and Doyle and Pat Alcorn were recent callers of Allene Alcorn. Callers of Elizabeth Braden were Kerma Crouse, Garden City, and Melinda Rose, Lyons. III I IIIIII II I Dispatch By Edna Verhage i Greeters Sunday were Ray, Raylene and Ryan DeBey. Passage Sunday morning was I John 1 : 1 2:17. Theme was 'Walking in the Light'. Passage Sunday evening was John 10:14-18 21:15-19. Theme was 'Loving the Sheep'. Sunday evening Rich Verhage sang "Each Step I Take" accompanied by Stacy DeBey. Mr. and Mrs. John Koops, Denver, Colo., are spending a few days in Kan- sas. Happy birthday to: Alvin Rotman, April. 15; Belied Arnold and Gretta Otte, April 17; Alfred Herredsberg and Dawn Koops, April 18. II i dinner guests of Jim and Penny Peters and family. Nevada drove to Norway for the Northern Lights ClusterofLuth- eran Women of which she is chairman. Fawna Barrett visited Bob and G iov anna Cook, Manhattan, and spent the night with her daughter, Seleise Barrett. Sunday, the Barretts and Megan Wilson attended the 90th birth- day open house for Mayme Reinert in Esbon. The women are cousins. Maxine and Joe Anderson went to Lincoln, Neb., to be with their son, Fred, who had thyroid surgery. He is recuperating at home.. Lewis Reece was admitted toMitch- ell County Hospital Sunday. Max and Phyllis Croisant visited Vesta Conn. Randall Library had an open house Thursday. Myrna Shelton provided the floral centerpiece, which was the door prize, won Stanley Behrends. He took the bouquet to the Coop Conve- nience store for display. Theresa Baxa accompanied Butch and Annette Burks and Roy and Amy Arasmith on a trip through New Mexico on Route 66. Stops were made at Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Roswell, N.M. Return stops were in Abilene and Ft. Worth, Texas, and Oklahoma City. They visited museums, other sights and saw breathtaking scenery. Joe and Lana LaCost were supper guests of Ruth Rhodes. Kevin Stover, Randall Branch of Jamestown State Bank vice president, had knee surgery Friday. i RANDALL BRANCH Where you are a NAME, not just a number! BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Open 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday - Thursday Open until 5 p.m, on Fridays THE RANDALL BRAN(;H of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-7P-212 I Belleville 81 Uvesto k Sales Belleville, Kan. Sale every Friday at 10 a.m. on Cows 4 700 Morrowville 78.00 5 715 Agenda 76.95 7 749 Formoso 76.25 9 758 Chester, Neb. 74.50 45 917 Jewell 69.55 Heifers 7 456 Haddam 92.50 5 490 Hebron, Neb. 92.00 8 466 Clyde 94.50 5 627 Hubbell, Neb. 80.00 9 664 Chester, Neb. 74.15 4 666 Giasco 75.75 2 675 Byron, Neb. 73.75 69 710 Fomloo 68.50 2 715 Reynolds, Neb. 70.50 7 849 Glasco 67.70 Steers 4 428 Clyde 110.00 9 448 Haddam 107.50 8 471 Haddam 101.00 6 486 Tobias, Neb 97.00 2 508 Reynolds, Neb. 98.25 6 525 Morrowville 96.00 9 544 Chester, Neb. 95.50 8 549 Clyde 94.25 6 551 Reynolds, Neb. 94.75 4 568 Morrowville 94.00 6 572 Tobias, Neb. 90.25 9 593 Maska 89.75 7 606 Hebron, Neb. 88.00 6 622 Hubbell, Neb. 88.00 19 652 Reynolds, Neb. 85.25 7 671 Heddarn 84,00 Consignment for Sale, Friday, April 19. 65 blk blkwf heifers, 775 Ibs., O.C.V., Fancy, Pelvic exam, pending; 49 cross- bred steers, 650-850 Ibs.; 10 blk steers and heifers, 400 Ibs., weaned; 25 blk bwf Steers, 500-600 Ibs.; 17 cross-bred steers and heifers. 500-550 Ibs,; 50 blk steers, 825 Ibs.; 70 blk steers 875 Ibs.; 39 Charolais crossed steers, 850 Ibs.; 60 Charolais crossed steers, 850 Ibs., pending; 30 blk steers and heifers, 400.600 Ibs.; 95 blk Charolals steers and heifers, 750-850 Ibs., pending;, 65 cross-bred steers, 575- 675 lbs., off Rye. For more information or to consign call SMry Kin't, mgr 7115-527-21170 Bsm 785-$27-221511 Eric Beard 402.984-7206 Hsrold Miller 785.265.4126 Bothers 785-374-4288 Myron DeGrsff 785-243-4368 Dave Mohlm=n 402-746-2708 Rick durgens - Auctioneer t [ Scholarship winner Odessa-Dentonia visits sponsoring church, honorees It has been about three years ago that a campaign was launched by the Northbranch Friends Church to honor two longtime Mid-America Yearly Meeting workers, Merle and Ruth Roe. The plan was made known locally as well as many locations the Roes served during their ministry. As gifts were received an endow- ment fund was established at Barclay College, Haviland, Kan. The endow- ment was designatefi to be used by a ministerial student. This year the first scholarship was awarded to Mable Lugalia, a student from Kenya, Africa. Mable along with her husband, Alfred, and their children were recent guests at Northbranch Friends Church. She brought the Sunday morning mes- sage. Following a church dinner, the Lugalias went to Mankato to meet Merle and Ruth at the Long Term Care lobby. It appeared the Ross and Lugalias shared a pleasant time getting ac- quainted and visiting. The Lugalias expressed their appreciation for the scholarship and as a token of love brought Merle a shirt and Ruth a house dress, both were made in Africa. I Mankato By Ruth L. Obert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keller, Hunter, visited Maude: Keller and Audrey Young. Barbara Rannebeck called on Audrey Young and brought her a bou- quet of flowers tbr her birthday. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler, Kensington, Joyce Ritter took Audrey Young out for dinner to celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to Kearney to attend a play in which their granddaughter, Haley Larson, ap- peared. The play, a comedy, was"Lend Me a Tenor." Steven Obert, Hastings. and Dixie Larson, Keamey, came to Wilbur Oberts Sunday and they all attended Mayme Reinerts 90th birthday celebra- tion. The Reinerts were neilhbors of the Oberts several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kattenberg, Colorado, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, Cheyenne, Wyo., brought Edna Kattenberg home and visited a few days with Ernie and Edna. Joyce Ritter visited her mother, Maude Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kattenberg and Glen Thomas and Laura Burns were Sunday visitors at Odessa Church. BarbaraPetersen, Concordia, came to the Lutheran Women's potluck salad supper as guest of her mother, Jeanie Blair. Jerry and Alice Kinsey, Michelle Schmidt and Mark and Alison Kinsey were weekend guests of David and Molly Swank and family, Wichita. The women attended Heritage Keepers at Century II in Wichita on Saturday. Jerry took care of the grandchildren and went to soccer games in .which Matt and Micah played. Merlin and Virginia/Mexander vis- ited in the home of Forrest Dempsey, Formoso. Dale and Joanne Freeman attended a gymnastics meet in Concordia Satur- day to watch Jessica perform. Jerry and Joyce David arrived in Mankato Sunday after spending the winter in Texas. On the way here they" visited relatives in Wichita. They are visiting Marjorie David and Chet and Virginia Hanson and other relatives and friends. Jim Freeman, Orlando, Fla., was in Mankato Saturday visiting relatives. Saturday evening guests to visit with Jim in the Rex and Thelma Freeman home were Sharon Tullar, Jewell; Twila Means, Tipton; Max and Judy Freeman, Belleville; Kathy,Jessicaand Devon Freeman, Salina; Dale and Joanne Freeman; and Bob and Deanna Freeman and granddaughter, Samantha. Jerry and MarrieMurray attended a junior high track meet at Minneapo- lis. They went to the meet aftergetting a telephone call from Marvin Fall in Virginia telling them his grandsons were participating in the meet, repre- senting Concordia schools. The old- est, Austin, won the discus in the eighth grade class with a toss of 139' 11". He won second in the shot put. The young- est boy, Alex, took fourth in the sev- enth grade, 1600 meter race. Winning the seventh grade 1600 meter race was Leta (Snyder) Adams' grandson. Bruce and Teresa Murray, Benton, visited a few days with his parents, Jerry and Marjorie Murray. He worked with his horses and visited other fam- ily and friends. Jewell Murray, Garden City, spent the evening and night with Jerry and Marjorie Murray. Jewell was on his way home after exchanging trucks at Blue Springs, Mo., for a dealership from Garden City. Jon and Rosalie Menhusen attended the Clay Center Community Chamber Orchestra concert at Glasco, then went to Downs for the Unplugged Coffee- house concert featuring J.F. Stover, who played the guitar and banjo and sang a variety of types of music. On Sunday afternoon, Jon and Rosalie went to Courtland to hear Dr. Donna Roper speak about the history of the Pawnee Indians. A total of 32 people, ages 2 to 89, attended Family Fun Night at Har- mony United Methodist Church Sun- day evening. A Mexican supper was served and a variety of board games played. The next Family Fun Night is a talent show May 5. Mankato RV Park at 510 E. South St. has closed as of Tuesday after four years of service. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fay will continue to reside at the park. The Fays made many improvements to the property. I IIII I This week's report from the Mankoto Livestock Commission Co., inc. Here are some sales. Steers 5 blk at 426, 101.50, Guide Rock 7 blk at 499,99.00, Fairbury 11 blk at 501, 96.00, Lebanon 11 blk at 560, 96.00, Guide Rock 7 mixed at 593, 92.25, Fairbury 10 blk at 668, 82.00, Mankato 13 mixed at 748, 74.00, Beloit 16 Chamlais crossed at 825, 69.00, Smith Center 16 mixed at 904, 67.25, JeweU Heifers 6 blk at 453, 91.00, Guide Rock 9 blk at 483, 90.25,.Jewell 13 blk bwf at 535, 85.00, Guide Rock 7 blk at 564, 83.00, Lebanon 12 mixed at 613, 80.75, Jewell 7 mixed at 814, 65.50 Heifer pairs up to $1,125.00 Cow calf pairs up to $800.00 (Last week's news) Jessie Muck, 98, who died recently, grew upin OdessaTownship. She was a daughter of Ernest Kennedy. She helped with information for the history of Odessa Church. She knew and could tell lots of information about early days. She had a memory of so many. interesting events in her youth. Her funeral was at Mankato and she was buried beside her husband at Clay Center. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Knoll and her daugh ter-in-law visited Wilbur Oberts. Knoll went to school with Ruth Obert in Osborne county. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg went to Cheyenne, Wyo., to visit their daugh- ter and her husband, Fred and Donna Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to Minden to attend a cantata at the Luth- eran Church there. They heard the choir from Kearney Lutheran Church that Kennard and Dixie Larson sing in. Edna Kattenberg stayed at the Johnsons and Ernie came back. Audrey Young and Carie Manches- ter went to a parish meeting at Man- kato. Harvey signs with Dodge City College Jamie Harvey, Mankato High School senior, recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Dodge City Community College. JimTurgeon,DCCCwomen'sbas- ketball coach, announced the signing and indicated Harvey was the first member of the 2002 recruiting class. Harvey, a three year starter, led Cougar scoring with 17.4 points and six rebounds per game. Harvey was named first team All-Class 1A and first team All-League her senior sea- son. Harvey, at 5' 10", will play the two guard position for the Lady Conqs Turgeon said, and added that what impresses him most about Harvey is her ability to see the floor and find the open player. He describes her as an unselfish player who will be a great fit into the program. Callaway gets KWU scholarship Travis Callaway, Mankato, has re- ceived a Kansas Wesleyan award for football and a memorial scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. The award is for $4,000 per year ($2,000 for nonresidence hall students). Callaway is a 2002 candidate for graduation from Mankato High School and is a member of the National Honor Society and Who's Who Among American High School Students. He has also in football, basketball, track, quiz bowl and the Fort Hays Math Relays. He is the son of Howard and Ann Callaway, Mankato. Odessa group meets Protection from the sun was the topic of the program when Odessa Homemakers met recently in Esbon. The program was presented by Deanna Sweat, extension agent. Nine members answered roll call with a favorite movie. Ruth Obert president, presided at the business meeting. The group will entertain at Tuesday Happenings on next week. May 2 is District Recogni- tion Day at Beloit. Barbara Rannebeck won the host- ess gift. Veronica Marihugh is hostess May 14. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Smoke envelopes the ground, the air and invades passing vehicles through some opening somewhere. Yes, burning of the vast Flint Hills rolling, grassy landscape is nearing completion. A springtime chore, burning rids the vast pastures of weeds, unwanted trees and the dead grass, which would otherwise choke out new growth. Earlier charred ground is greening amid the black. Next might be black- ened field and on down the road, low flames crackle their way up and down the hills. In this case, a watchful rancher will be keeping a wary eye lest the flames or the wind take a wrong turn. Smoke floats across the road in spots, though never destroying visibility on this particular day. People who perched their homes on hilltops or even in the valleys of this part of the country must have some uneasy times during spring burning. Knowing their area has been cleared and the fire extinguished must be good news for them. Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Phil and Wanda Wilson, Highlands Ranch, Colo., were weekend guests of Walt and Peggy Wilson. Viola Crane visited Ruby Blain in Red Cloud. Woodrow and Beulah Wilson, Su- perior, and Phil and Wanda Wilson were dinner guests of Walt and Peggy Wilson. Denice Howard Gunn and Cori have bought and moved into the former Fred Sanderson home. Chandler Zoltenko, Superior, vis- ited grandpa and grandma, Walt and Peggy Wilson. Danny Barnes stopped by Barbara and Warren Whites with some fresh fish he had just caught. Mrs. Keck was a patient in the S m i th Center Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker, Wray, Colo., were weekend visitors of John and Sue Tucker. Sunday afternoon they attended his sister, Mayme Ionia By Roseanna Foster No church as the parish together at 11 a.m. mony 1. ebration Jewell County Parish. A ner with dessert and and a short round out the day, The host a families invited. meeting until fall. TravisEn and Neva Shoemaker break and He also visited in and Susan Shea. Roger and and Ruby Sutton. Bob, Jean and Bud Thorne's funeral at Bud hunted with Rod and Mrs. Thorne Jean's 50th A work day was he Kenneth and homa, and Dan ited Rex and Ella Foster. ter. Dan was the catch a walleye. Rex spent Saturday at a sale. Jim Foster and Linda ited Gary, Angle and Hillsboro. Eugene and Connie Rosanna Foster celebration at Talmo ist Church Sunday. vice is June 30. Jewell Colmty. Admissions. Hancock Mankato. Reinerrs, the senior center in EsbO. Carol and Irvin Joyce and Roy Midge and Richard Oliver guests of Dorothy Shane and Kristi Anna Belle and Homer Marcella Ost and H called on Gene Twila Morris is in her recuperating from a fall. Midge Oliver's name v tionally omitted from the salad supper in MankatO. Anna Belle Grnbbs 90th birthday open Reinert in Esbon. Calle: day morning were Underwood. Brian AUCTION Tuesday, April 23 5:00 P.M. Auction will be held at the home located at 214 S. Clinton in REAL ESTATE Andy Montgomery, owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Scot Montgomery, Manager, 785-378-3798, Mobile 785-545-7383 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fietdman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fietdman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 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 ably examine, survey, inspect 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 Farmers 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. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Closing will be May 17, 2002 or as otherwise agreed. Legal Description: Mankato Clasinn addition, Block One (1) Lots Five Six (6), Jewell Co., Kansas General Description: 2-bedroom home with front room, kitchen bath, basement, 1-car garage, central heat and air. Terms: 20 percent of purchase price as down payment, the balance upon closing in 30 days or less. Taxes will be pro-rated to closin were $284.54. 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 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; " d r , long; deer horns; wooden planes; Craftsman tool box; 2 san e, drill; C clamps; bar clamps; sledge; wheel barrow; Remington aminO sewing machine base; two (2) walking plows; saw vise; assortment of tools; single axle camper for parts; assortment of other Hazel D. Scott Estate, . Bob Thummel Beloit, Kan. (785) 738-5933 Auction conducted by: R! (785)"