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/- meets &apos; Sears Chapter of 8, at The Har- Meeting Room, Belleville. The gy Spafford, Eilene Anita Beaudin and Lillie Wood was a guest. , chapter regent, pre- Pat Kemmerer, led devotions Psalms 19. The flag salute and t followed. Mary gave the president general's Sherry Koster reviewed a article, "Remember of Honor Winners" Faryl a The Indian minute by June told about the Cherokee became famous for their they had no scissors to also added empty along with the'dges of and became known for y has finished refur- I the DAR marker at Jewetl. It in July 1934. tate regent will visit the chap- The president general a visit to Kansas for the of the Madonna of the il Grove in 2003. f.Sears Chapter were at least one new mem- with,26-50 members: to veterans; Honorable men- 9n Week participa- g two junior b contest winners; and Service to veterans of the is commemorative part- :he of defense. lext state conference a one day fall meeting in ricts will divide into separate meet- also. This will eliminate the traveling over the state USual week long session.. gave the program, and showed pictures b to Ireland. They traveled .around Ireland for eight days ',m farm homes bed and break- hotel. Ireland is about 300 150 miles wide making than Kansas. The scenery, and the food were things that her. year's officers were installed 98, a DAR member, 2, 2002. me meeting will be held at in Mankato Roam in This is the Flag Day obser- Dutch supper. Guests may program will be "Un- about the use of during the Civil War. tcrap books Mankato, brought of Jewell County phofos, s to Share at a recent eetirtt ' Senior Citizens of 24 attended, including Jack Smith, Man- anda Russell, Concordia and Great Bend. conducted the bust- announced birth- anniversaries of members. Jewell graduate gets Announce Engagement leadership award Megan Swink, Randall, was hon- Warren and Eileen Sutton, Norway, ored recently as a Leadership Scholar announce the engagement of their atthe2002WashbumUniversityLead- daughter, Angela Christen, to John ership Ball. Isaac Kille, son of Bety Kille and Swink, a 2000 graduate of Jewell Charlie Kille,Kansas City, Mo. High School, received a Washburn The future bride graduated from Leadership Scholarship for this aca- Pike Valley High School and received demic year. a bachelor's degree in English rom A chemistry major, who plans to the University of Kansas. She is an become a pediatrician, Swink serves editor at InfoComm iQ in St. Louis as treasurer of the Washburn Chemis- The future bridegroom graduated try Club and volunteers as a tutor. She from Raytown South High School and was valedictorian of her high school received a bachelor's degree in En- graduating class and was student coun- glish and psychology from Rockhurst cil president her senior year and trea- University and a master's in English surer of National Honor Society and from University of Minnesota. He is a Family, Career and Community Lead- freelance journalist and is working on ers of America organization. his Ph.D. in Amcrican Studies at St. Shewasamemberofherhighschool Louis University. The couple plan a June 15 wedding  women get basketball, volleyball andcheerleading teams. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catho- membership pins Swink is the daughter of Warren lic Church in Concordia. Fifty-year membership pins were and Marilyn Joerg, Randall. Ladies Round-Up is presented to Virginia Rightmeier and Doris Alexander when VFW Auxil- Friendship Meals Saturday night iary to Post 7830 met recently. The 78th Mother-Daughter Ban- Phyllis Esslinger, president, pre- , , quet, "Ladies Round-Up," is Saturday sided. Karen Boden and Alexander May 6 through May 10 night at White Rock High School, Burr presented information on participation Monday: Salisbury steak, baked Oak. by the Auxiliary and Post in the cancer potato, spinach, garlic bread, blushing The annual event will feature a ca- project, "Relay for Life," in June. pears. tered supper and program. The Auxiliary will sponsor Devin Tuesday: Ribbette, creamed polo- This years' planningcommitteede- Jones, Randall, at 6th District VFW toes, corn, green pepper, pimentos and cided to rename the event so women Convention at Russell. Devin was onions, wheat bread, apricots. who are not mothers will feel more second place District winner in the Wednesday: Roast beeL mashed welcome to attend and to make the Patriotic Essay Contest. SherriBoley potatoes, gravy, breaded tomatoes, event more casual, and Phyllis Esslinger plan to attend the apple, blueberry muffin, fruit. The western theme will be carried convention. Thursday:Hamburgeronbun,dilied out in decorations and in the menu. Members were warned to be aware carrots, pineapple and mandarin or- Dress can be as casual as denim or of a current telephone scam. anges, chocolate chip cookies. more dressy. Entertainment will be Edna Moore, hospital chairman, Friday: Oven fried chicken, mashed provided by students and the Prairie reported she hasprepared 50 pounds of potatoes,gravy,green bean,plaki, fresh Land Cloggers. carpet strips to deliver to the VA Hos- fruit. Reservation deadline was May 1. pital, Leavenworth.. Meals delivered by VFW. Center Election of officers was held with phone 378-3385. Call by 9 day of Mitchell County installation at the May 14 meeting, meal. Current legislative bills were discussed, i Hospital report May patriotic holidays were related. Jewell County LTC Admissions. April 22: Norella RoseDamonandPhyllisEsslingerwere Andersen, Jewell; April 23: Jolene hostesses. Jack Smith was a guest recently to Moss, Jewell; April 24: Esther Jewell County share the experiences he and his wife, Herndon, Lebanon; April 26: Robert Grimm, Formoso, and Pauline ambulance report Marilyn had working in Yellowstone National Park last summer. They are Simmelink, Jewell April 23: Eric Sallman, Jewell preparing to return this summer. He Dismissals. April 22: Dorothy County Hospital to Salina Regional showedavideoaboutYellowstoneNa- Munro, Mankato; April 25: Jolene Health Center tional Park. Moss and baby boy, Jewell; April 26: . April 24: Esther Herndon, Jewell The movie,"The Out of Towners," Esther Herndon, Lebanon; April 27: County Hospital to Mitchell County was viewed by residents. Norella Andersen, Jewell; April 28: Hospital; Hospital assist. Bob Elwell, Formoso Community Robert Grimm, Formoso, Pauline April 27: David Affleck, Jewell Church, led worship service. Janet Simmelink, Jewell. County Sheriff's Office to Jewell Elwell and Crystal Mitchell also at- County Hospital to Mitchell County tended from the Formoso Church. Hospital to Jewell County Hospital; Louise Powell, sister of Cleo Wil- Public meeting was Wednesday Riley Ruth, Webster County Hospital son, presented a program about their A public meeting was held at to GOod Samaritan Hospital, Kearney. family trip to Albuquerque, N.M., to Farmway Credit basement last the Hot Air Balloon Festival in 1995. Wednesday night. The meeting was Jewell County Hospital report A video showed the many different held and attended by concerned citi- Dismissals, April 21: LelaTrnbey, shapes of balloons and events at the zens of USD 278. Mankato. HELP WANTED Everyone who took time to remember us on our 65th .......... - ' nnivmarywith cards; phone ca., , gs anfldt/Jf " Kansas Minerals, Inc. Manat0 Kan.  "Thanks!" IS NOW HIRING. Our three children: Gilford and Carlyne; Twana and Karol and Apply in person at the Plant. Pat made our celebration complete, We Call for directions at grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 785-378-3003 ' : Dale and Treva Maha/ ;  Thursday, May 2, 2002" THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Volunteers who assist at the Jewell County Friendship meal site were honored recently at an appreciation tea. Volunteers deliver meals and perform various other duties in the site. festival. Residents played Yahtze and later had homemade bread made in the bread machine. Virginia Alexander led Bible study about 'the Parables Jesus taught. Odessa Homemakers were in charge of Tuesday Happenings. Wanda Thummel presented the humorous program, "Out Houses". Other club members present were Glenna Fogo, Audrey Young, Norene Dietz and" DorinthaStandley. Visitors wereLinda Crangle and Doris Kilts. Jane Myers, Lela Huntsinger, Loretta Kimminau, Marvel Judy,. Libbie Crangle, Elizabeth Grimm, Wilford Clark and Cleo Wilson at- tended crafts. Rosalie Menhusen assisted with music. Doris Kilts and Linda Crangle as- sisted with the games. Winners were Jewell Sweet, Dorothy Clark, Billie Kilts and Wilford Clark. Pearl Louder visited Rollie several times. Visitors of Mxine Clemons were Edna Fogo and Glenny and Cliff Barnes. Billie Kilts was visited by his fam- ily, Beverly DeValk, Stephen Kilts, and Doris Kilts, Nancy McCorkle called on Irene McCorkle. Visitors for Lela Huntsinger were Sheila Ridings and Lindsay Smith. Bob and Kayrene Babcock and Opal Buster called on John Sipe. Jean Michael called on her mother, Madalyn Stevenson. next meeting is May 28. USD #279 will be honoring " ' (#'t/  A special thanks to all our family, " .x3- aichw,Brando R iii friends and neighbors for their prayers, cards III Ill and food during the time of my illness. Ill eratin" Rec0gnildjy0dd War II Veterans" III Your thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated. I!! III Thankyou. III ' Thishonorarycromaisgrantedlhrougha , "Governors Prodarnation in honor of Mr. Brandon s Jennifer Figgins t[ Karen Meyer j [, e.,7.. ,--  . and ,|iVA- .E milii, ary service during Wortd War ii ' " Elliot Harris .eddi,g_ May 11 [" 't ,ol../ "-<oc..j r't"<: r'r-" x-  ! riday, May 3 , :: Mankato Professional:, , R.,8,,a.rn. - 5 p.rn. "rday, May 4 1 Pharmacy .... .',:, a.rn. -5 p.m. Dunn Reunion 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Ken: !! \\; Sunday, June 30 (785) 378-30083. ' papeeoacl ContaLi;toln, Neb. I < -" MargeKehm "  i ot.-' "X'ou rrvrr-r-x',v-,:, 1831 Deweese Drive, Lincoln, Neb. 68504 For Information We are interested in hearing from anyone related to Henry Martin Dunn son of Nathan and Lydia (Orme) Dunn. He made his home in Mankato, Kan. and is buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery. Also anyone related to or has any info on Jeremiah (Jerry) or Elizabeth L. (Moffitt) Dunn. They lived in Lebanon, - j-EWELL Saturday, May 25 Open House 2 to 4 p.m. JeweU High School-Cat's Paws (lounge) Banquet 7 p.m. Jewell High School Auditorium Catered meal $9.50 per person Reservations may be made by contacting Deanna Freeman 709 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 66956 or call 785-378-3061 reservations 18 of Mankato on 36 across from Shop for a your job. County Office :ns. Sheriff Kan.._: and buried there - i H#IPPIT BIIITHLm l" Merle Griffitts 97 . Hilltop Lodge, Beloit, Kan. "  Wilford Clark 90 l Jewell Cunty Hspital LTC' Mankat' Kan" 4t "  Roland Louder 83 " ;,,  Mankato, Kan. ,. I*  Sally Rowe j 210 N. Custer, Jewell, Kan. Irl ., . -- .. .- i. . .-. Merla Hulbert-visited Harry Kindler. Robert and Ado Grimm 'called on" his mother, Elizabeth Grimm. Dorothy and Wilford Clark were visited by Bern and Ken Heinlan and Frank and Rosina Anderson. Visitors of Libbie Crangle were Lena Julian and Shirley Hendrix. Stanley Kimminau called on his mother, Loretta Kimminau. Joe Vance visited Merle and Ruth Roe. "Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with the pain." ..-Tom Land. Volunteers honored at appreciation tea The Jewell County Friendship Meals Annual Volunteer Appreciation Tea was held last Tuesday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Senior Center. Forty guests registered. Refreshments in- cluded strawberries and angel IN)d cake with coffee and tea. The theme was "Volunteers are Angels to us." Donna Snyder brought seven pieces from her angel doll col- lection to decorate tables. Each guest received a refrigerator magnet of an angel or thank you card. Ute Theatre Mankato, Kan. May 3-5, 7:30 p.m. Jim Caviezel stars in his adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' irresistible tale of revenge as an 18th century adven- turer betrayed by his friend. Con- demned to a prison island, he meets fellow prisioner Richard Harris who tutors him in the martial and philo- sophical arts and enlists him in dig- ging a tunnel. Rated PG-13 for adventure violence and wordplay and some sensuality. Friends and relatives are invited 90th Birthday Open House honoring Vesta Conn ., Saturday, May 11 2-4 p.m. Randall Elementary School Hosts: Darrell and Rita Corm, Dennis and Norton Conn/ . and Delores and Paul Blochlinger i ' Join Us at Our Spring n00cxs00 . ' Friday, May 3 5-7 p.m. Independent Beauty Consultants Lain Dunstan & Lori Bonjour Tupperware . The/maShe/ton 1 ' : t,MotheP, Day Gift,  . ii Gifts for the Graduate "'-" ,R" Stop & Shop Spectals-- 6itt Sets tl vailable Lori's "His & Hers" Salon , 120 N. Commercial Mankatot Kan. Kids First Program Screening will be held at USD 278 Administrative Building 301 N. West Street, Mankato, Kan. Friday, May 10 Areas to be checked include hearing and vision. Communication, gross and fine motor skills, self help, social-emotional and cognitive skills. Concerns with a child ages birth through five may call Beloit Special Education Cooperative Toll Free number 1-888-738-5275 before NOON on Thursday, May 9 to make an appointment for your child.