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1930s! First, intense ,s in the 90s. up a dust storm :y from drawing to north. g, In a span of 10 gone, taking the its wake. closed as the closed as grees nk of an eye. es later, the rain ghtning. an inch, cool air and intact for a couple of were true April month. quilters at the urch Women's call-was an- tale. No busi- Ivah Hoard knderson learned David Callahan, for An- president of the birth- friend, Karlun Henningsen their class- and her sister, In Eureka. , Brian and Adam, in Randall turkey With Bob and Mary uccessful Erika Shamburg the Sheltons. otter meeting in Shelton in at Milch- worked theweek- were offered at .. a visited his mother, home to visit her Ann Kibbe. Elniff at- in Beloit Sunday they open Sheahan at- for Nick Rider fan and visited visited Mr. and family, inch of rain was area Saturday. Edu- for the final AllilC[ I u!I',(HI, J qII;I;A -CIHtH ;.It Fort fta3 S!m:, it a ,nomf,m of the l.ucilte Iohnsule. (;leu l:;ider, called on Phyllis and J umor Wilson. Junior and PiyIlis Wilson were guesis for a nicnt h(.o, ilt5! his kirlltdri} iy T!whn:t and l'iank .C;llelt,,)li. ] i i ,i i i t i l tlcinia Elniff were included. Luke Peters was honored with a dinner Sunday after First Communion. Dan and Elaine Peters were hosts and about 60 family and friends attended. Vickie and Scott Fenner and a friend, Phil Lewis, spent a long week- end visiting family and hunting tur- keys in this vicinity. Olive Hill ,BY Rosemary Hasemeyer Pastor Lester Snyder, Gerald Boyles, Mane Pinson and Lynn Wilton sang the Doxology for special music during the Olive Hill Church worship service Sunday morning. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Chad Fogo. Prayers went for Mable Davis, Superior. She fell earlier in the week and fractured her nose and Hazel Korb, Burr Oak, and Lylda Garman's sister, Marjorie Suschland, McPherson, who was hos- pitalized while with a tour group. Tim Pinson, director of the Under the Bridge Ministry and the brother of Jamie Pinson, Burr Oak, will have a special service Sunday, May 5, at the Olive Hill Church. A potluck dinner will follow the morning service. His ministry is one o1" the proJects spon- sored by the Olive Hill Ladies Mis- sionary Prayer Fellowship. Kim and Jordon Wherry, Hays, were Thursday afternoon visitors of their grandparents, Harold and Lorna Wilton• Jacqueline Boyles attended the Young Matron's Club meeting at the home of Barbara White, Burr Oak. Zelda Schuster called at the homes of Mabel Davis and Verla Roe, Supe- rior, Sunday afternoon. Zelda had a visit with her sister, Lorene Cockroft in Superior. Shirley Swanson, Superior, and Dora Danehey, Blue Hill, were visi- tors of Vera Dye. Dora and Vera had lunch at a cafe. Harold and Lorna Wilton hosted a family dinner at their home Sunday. Wendy Harris, Janice and Justin McCutcheon were honored for having had birthdays. Guests were Wendy, JennaLee and David Harris, Danny Eilert, Chad, Kim and Jordan Wherry, Hays, Terry, Janice and Justin McCutcheon, Shane McCutcheon, Leon and Krystal Love, Clarence and Ila Wilton and Arthur and Lorene Cockroft, Mankato. Sherry and Rosemary Hasemeyer called on Jean Mayne. Dee Ross and Dora Pettit had din- ner at a Superior cafe. Susan, Jennifer and Ray Bryant were Friday overnight and Saturday guests of Norma Imler and Rata Lacey, Juniata. Carol Roe went to Joplin, Mo., where she was a houseguest for 10 days in the home of Erik, Angle, Eric, Zackary, McKenzie, Halle and Ethan Hilgendorf. Eric, Zackary, McKenzie, Halle and Ethan accompanied their grandmother home for a few days visit here with relatives. Zelda Schuster and Pauline Hanson, Oak, had dinner at a Mankato cafe. Ed and Phylis powers, Omaha, were i Toll Free Help Line 1-877-8725627 TTY 1-877-TTY-JOBS -.m PROUD PARTNER IN _ - ITS ENTIRE INVENTORY R 2001 POOLSI E 19" x 31" (O.D) "IZE SWIMMING POOLS l ioo./. ] I FINANCING! IZNST,t.,LATZON L ARRANGED: DAY INSTALLATION! Llmltl Area 1 2-7946 USD #278 Schools May Calendar Downs, 4 p.m. Senior Trip to Topeka. at Tipton. High School Golf at White Rock, 3 p.m. rack at Mankato, 3 p,m. 4 p.m. FCCLA Chapter Banquet, 6:30 p.m. pton, 10 a.m .... p.m. Senior Award Day, 10:30 a.m. PTL Track at Betolt, 9 a.m., 3 p.m. ring Concert, 7 p.m. Open House, 6 p.m. at Lincoln, 9:30 a.m. 3 p.m, Bolf at Lucas• ', 6:30 p.m. IaonqUet, 6 p.m. wns. 2:30. Finals. Finals. eacher Workday. 1;Ponsored by National Bank °uth.Mankato, Kan. , 785-378-3162 FDII Formosa 785- 794-2211 Sunday guests of Vera Dye. Phylis is a Itou,,cg nesl this wccL (,t her sister, Vera. Lytc and Elizabeth Reece, Man- kato. were Sunday afternoon visitors of Wihna Andrews. Mary Jane Mohler took her mother, Wilma Andrews, for a medical appointment. Wesley W,crner and Marie Deaver, Rtltl Oak. ,cl c S tHicLly afternoon visi- tors of Mitchic arid Cheryl Woerner. Callers the pa,t week in the Hasemeyer home were Janice, Lacey and Miranda Ward, John, Jo Ann and Travis Rogers, Superior. Rosemary Hasemeyer called on Carole Thompson, Superior. Blessing this week included the rain on Saturday. Reports ranged from .40 to .75 inches in the area. Mankato City utility report Connects:Virgil McQueen, 105 1/2 North Commercial No. 4; David Ranstead, 307 East Jefferson. Mankato Jay Diamond and daughters, Brooke and Kaitlyn, were guests of Alberta Diamond. Guests of Beverly Clegg were Rebecca Mayer and Missy, Dianna and husband and baby, all of Missouri. Jeff and Becky Freeman, Kyle and Jaegen, Kansas City, Mo., were visit- ing theirgrandparents, Rex andThelma Freeman. Monday night Rex and Thelma were supper guests of Max , and Judy Freeman, Belleville• A surprise birthday fish fry was held Sunday evening at the home of Edwin and Pauline Hood for Ramon Alvarez. Those attending were his wife, Dena, Maria Martinez, Pat and Hadley Alcorn, Rose and Roy Damon, John Russell and Vincent Urbaniak, all of Mankato; Rata and Rod Rose, Glen Elder; and Matt Gay, Guide Rock. Jim and Karen Swank, Hutchinson, were guests of Jerry and Alice Kinsey. The Swanks had come for the 25th anniversary celebration of the United Methodist Parish. Sunday morning they attended church with Jerry and Alice at Montrose United Methodist Church. Rev. Swank is a former pastor of the church in Jewell. Sharon Oliver, Wamego, was a din- ner guest o'f her sister, Alice and Jerry Kinsey. Veda Houser visited her grand- daughter, Erin Kelley, daughter-in-law, Terra Kelley, and Delores Spears, all of Beloit, at the zoo in Clay Center. The same group attended the Isis Shrine Circus in Salina. May 5 the Harmony United Meth- odist Church will host a Family Fun Night and talent show. For more infor- mation contact Jan or Rosalie Menhusen or Boyd or Donna Silsby. Correction The news story in last week's paper from Jewell County Community De- velopment meeting contained incor- rect in formation. Ran Metzdid not buy the Village Cafe nor that prolrty. He has purchased a home and will have a business near that home in the south part of Jewell. DAVE'S GUN SHOP "liil K.s Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Farmway Credit union Mankato April 29 through May 4 White Rock Tuesday, April 30: 14iddle School Track at Beloit, 9 a.m. Golf at Downs, I p.m. Wednesday, May 1: Junior Varsity Golf at Downs, 4 p.m. Thursday, May 2: Varsity Golf at Lebanon, 3 p.m. 1unior Varsity Golf at Mankato, 4 p.m. Friday, May 3: High School Track at Mankato, 3 p.m. Mankato Tuesday, April 30: High School Golf'at Downs, 1 p.m. High School Track at Tescott, 3 p.m. Junior High Track at Beloit, 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 1: High School Golf at Downs, 4 p.m. Thursday, May 2: High School Golf at White Rock, 3 p.m. Friday, May 3: High School Track at Mankato, 3 p.m. Jewell Tuesday, April 30: Junior High Track at Beloit (St, Johns) 9 a.m. Friday, May 3: Mankato Relays, 3 p.m. Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, American Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Drive Thru in Beloit, VoiceResponse Unit, Interact 1[[! Member Access.  Ionia By Roseanna Foster Ionia Cemetery Board will meet at the Ionia church Monday at 8 p.m. Harold and Nova Shoemaker re- ceived an e-mail from Pam DeFisher that Elizabeth Rankin died April 6. Karen Mayer was taken by ambu- lance to the Mitchell County Hospital, then to Salina and finally to Kansas City where she underwent surgery. Wendell and her children were with her. She returned home Saturday. Rosanna and Nathan Foster met Chris and Tina Foster in Beloit for dinner. Buford and Fern Tucker visited Leon and Judy Falk at Harveyville. Leon, Judy, Buford and Fern met Jim and Connie Robertson at a world fa- mous barbecue place in Williamsburg for dinner. Johnny Carson has eaten ribs delivered to him from there. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Falk and boys at Maple Hill. Buford and Fern attended Mamie Reinert's 90th birthday open house at Esbon last week. Adam Rose also attended• He had car trouble so Buford and Fern took him home and toured the farm country. Buford and Fern at- tended a potluck dinner following church at the Victory of Faith Assem- bly of God Church in Concordia Sun- day. Rex and Ella Henningsen, Richard and Gloria Schlaefli, Stan and Ann Colson and Rosanna Foster attended the parish worship service at Harmony United Methodist Church Sunday. Bishop Fritz Mutti gave the message. The parish wide confirmation class was confirmed. The Rev. andMrs. Jim Swank and Shirley Hendrix were some of the original staff members of the parish who attended. Swank was a Thursday, April 25, 2002 Marty, Pam. Dakota and Collin Rose, Levi Brummer, Rod and Rata Rose and Marge Goldsberry attended a birthday party for Collin Rose at Bob and Jean Roses. Rosanna Foster attended the funeral for Glen da Moore at Munden United Methodist Church. Members of Jewell High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America took first place in state competition recently in the parliamentary procedure competition. Members of the team are (back row, from left) Jacob Greene, Mitch Matter, Caleb Ramsey; (front) Darcie Gibson and Lisa Schwerman. Advisor is Susan Greene (not pictured). Republic former Ionia pastor. Shirley Hendrix Elaine Spafford, St. Joseph; Billy and served as parish secretary 16 years. Wanda Hattan, St. Genevieve, Mo., Wanda Thummell provided a humor- Betty Booker, Black Mt., N.C., and ous and informative look at the 25 many historic sites in the area. On the years of the parish, way home they visited Clyde and Edie Don Schmidt was admitted to Hobson,, Pittsburg, Kan. Mitchell County Hospital last week. Attending the Eitzmann--Eudaly Several new adult books are in the Rae Hobson Memorial Library. Some are December by Eve Bunting and If You're Not From the Prairie, by David Bouchard. Florence Elliott, Betty Bouray and Shirley Johnson had lunch at Mankato and explored the town. Glenn, Marilyn, Ward and Ilene Aurand were in Topeka and visited Clay Aurand and also toured the capi- tol Calvin and Oleta Hobson returned from a two week vacation through Tennessee and western North Caro- lina. Enroute they visited Harold and Alta Wagner, Auburn; James and wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eitzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Aurand, the Clay Aurands, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lauritzen. Rex and Mac Sandell were coffee guests of Frank and Emma Berggren. Kansas Mineral, Inc. Mankato, Kan. IS NOW HIRING. Apply in person at the Plant. Call for directions at 785-378-3003 Cougar Tales THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B Meet the people who make Mankato Schools Special Lucas M. Simon is a senior at MHS. He is the son of Ran and Carole Simon. His hobbies include hunting and basketball. School activities include basketball and football. Lucas plans to go to school at Cloud County Community College following gradu- ation. Highlights while attending MHS are playing basketball and going to Holton and playing in a really big gym. Advantages and disadvantages of living in a small community are: "one advantage is that when you need help you can get it. Disadvantages, well, you don't do much in town because everyone knows you and knows your parents. So you can't do much without them knowing", said Lucas. Dennis Webb is a senior at MHS. His parents are Diana and Jerry Webb. His hobbies include: working on cars. playing cards, hanging out with friends. School activities are basketball, quiz bowl, golf, and music. Dennis plans to go to Beloit Tech for automo- tive following graduation. Dennis says a highlight while attending MHS is "having my great grandma Martha come to my school events". Advantages of living in a small community are, "getting to know everyone really well at school and in the community. The disadvantages are everybody 'thinks' they know what you are doing or supposedly have done." said Dennis. Bryce True is a senior at MHS. He is the son of Dale and Linda True. His hobbies include music, sleep and eating. School activities are band, choir, NHS, sports, forensics, all school play, and other stuff. Following graduation Bryce plans to "sleep in, getting a job maybe, doing some stuff, doing some more stuff after that• sleeping some more, and prob- ably going to FHSU this fall". Highlights, while attending MHS are "meeting new people.., and stuff. Oh, also, umm...meeting more people.., oh and gradu- ating, I hope. And finally being the 'new guy'." According to Bryce"disadvantages of small schools: not very many different types of people. The amount of funds for activities, and everyone knows you as the "new guy' even when you don't know them. Advantages: having your Morn as a Math teacher. Thanks for passing me Mom 'L . Jttt r3tate EXCI00ANGE 13ANK --: ....r=-. ,,r.--_.. Mankato, Kansas 66956 g I A family gathering to celebrate Lyndsay Brown's sixth birthday was held by her parents, Robert and Alaina Brown, and her sisters. Present were Carrie Anderson, Bentley and Karen Parker, Robert and Vivian Brown and the Mike Larson family. Evening guests were Bill and Shirley Roe. Dean Berggren, Snyder, Okla., called on the Rex Sandells Brett and daughter, Andrea Sims, were recent guests of Clarence and Joyce Beam. The Farmerettes sang at the Re- gency Retirement Complex, Hastings. Members of the group are Anita Cline, Kaye Barrett and Mary Agnes Johnson. Supper guests of Glenn and Phyllis Hafts were Howard and Elaine Miller. Marge Seybold visited several days in Wichita with the J. D. Sooters. The Republic United Methodist Church provides worship and music services for the care homes in Belleville. MNO Bridge Club met at the home of Darlene Jonson. Marge Baxa and Karen Parker attended. Weekend guests of Dale and Marge Baxa were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dappen and Polly Ann Cerney, Gregory, S. D. Spring Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Margaret LaDow fell recently and sustained an injury. Bill and Sherry Back visited Audrey Young. Dorintha Standley attended a re- hearsal supper for her grandson, Derek Feldman, at Smith Center and at- tended the wedding Saturday evening. Ernie and Edna Kattenberg, Carey and Taz Manchester and Audrey Young attended church at Mankato Sunday for 25th celebration for the parish. Steven Obert and Bill Watson were dinner guests of Wilbur Oberts. Ruth Obert got a call from her brother and his wife in Watertown, S.D. Six inches of snow had fallen and it was still snowing. Their son, who lives in Miles City, Mont., said they had an inch of rain when they left there to come to Watertown and 11 inches of snow. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baroni and family, Colorado, visited the Ernie and Bob Kattenbergs. Bob Kattenbergs hosted Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg, the Curtis Peterson family, the Dwayne Hughes family and the Daniel Baroni family for a potluck dinner and visiting. Bob Kattenbergs returned home Sunday. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Alvin Rotman and Chuck Koops. Passage Sunday morning was Rev- elation 1:9-18; Luke 17:7-10. Theme was 'Seeing Christ as King'. Passage Sunday evening was Mark 8:14-21; Corinthians 5:6-8. Theme was 'The Holiness of Eastertide'. Happy birthday to Melissa Koops April 26. Happy anniversary to Walt and Jan Schoen, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Derek deJong and family, DeMotto, Ind., visited Pastor Harold and Joanne. - Correction In the commissioners minutes last week the bid for air conditioner and installation should have been $ 709. Special!!! Fencing N] material on sale: Red Brand 2. barbed wire (regularly $35, now $32.50) • 6 foot T-post (regularly $2.50, now$2.09) Sale runs through May 1 Colson Plumbing & Hardware Ionia, Kan. - (785) 786-3623 t" -[] ........... (located in the old school) USD #279 Jewell-00l Schools May Calendar May 1 - District to Host KASB Re. 7 meeting, 3:30 at Jewell High School, May 2 - Juritor High PTL Music at Pike Valley, 9:30 a.m. May 3 - Mankoto Relays, 3 p.m. May 4 - State Speech and Drama. May6- Board of Educatlon Meeting at Randall Elementary School, 7:30 p.m FFA Greenhand/Ag Mech. in Abilene, 4 p.m. Senior Tdp through May 8, May 9 - FCCLA/FFA Banquet, 7 p.m. May 10 - Junior High PTL Track at Boloit, 9:30 p.rn. High School League Track at Beloit, 3 p.m. May 11 - Awards Banquet for Jewell High School, 7 p.m. May 12 - High School Graduation, 4 D.m. May 13 - Regional Golf, 7 a.m May 14 - Junior High PrOmotion Night, May 17 - Last Day of School, Full Day. Regional Track May 20 - State Golf. May 23 - Last Full Day for Teachers, May 24 - State Track in Wichita. May 25 - State Track In Wichita. May 29 - State FFA in Manhattan through May 31. Sponsored by Randall Farmers Coop Union Jewell, Kan. ° 785-428.3444 ,- Randall, Kan• • 785-739-2312 USD #104 White Rock Schools May Calendar May 1 - Middle School League Meeting at Mankato, 12 noon, Junior VarsltyGolf at Downs, 4p.m. Site Council Meeting at Esbon. May 2 - Middle School League Music Contest at 11pton. Varsity Golf at Lebanon, 3 p.m. Junior Varsity Golf at Mankato, 4 p.m. May 3 - High School Track at Mankato, 3 D.m May 4 - State Speech and Drama. "All Ladies" Banquet at Burr Oak, 6:30 p.m. May 6 - ELT Meeting at Burr Oak. May 7 - Golf at Tipton, 10:30 p.m. Middle School Spdng Concert at Esbon, 7 D.m. May 8 - Kindergarten Orientation at Burr Oak. No Regular Kindergarten. May 9 - Middle School League Track at Beloit, 9:30. May 10 - High School I;rFL Track Meet at Belolt, 3 p.m. May 11 - Golf at Lincoln, 9:30 a.m. May 13 - senior Trip. Regional Golf, 8:30 a.m. May 14 - May 15 - May 16 - May 17 - May 19 - May 20 - May 23 - May 24 - May 25- Board of Education Meeting at Burr Oak, 8 p.m. senior Trip. Middle School Award Night at Esbon, 7 p.m Senior Trip. High School Awards Night at Burr Oak, 7 p.m. 8th Grade Trip to Kearney. Regional Track, Middle School Graduation at Esbon, 2 p.m. High School Graduation at Burr Oak, 5 p.m. State Golf at Downs, 9 am. Last Day of School. Teachers Work Day. State Track at Wichita. State Track at Wichita. Sponsored by Mid America Bank Esbon, Kan • 785-725.3663 - Burr Oak, Kan. • 785-647.6621