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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 13, 1993 KSU honors Northbranch News Cindy Log= News COurthouse Cindy Logan, library assis- Monday the Willing Workers tint in the circulation unit of Level II Foods members, Brian . By Ruth Giover keeping their new grandson, Farrell Library, has been named Gordanier, Nanette Dunstan, Jew'ell County tion, petition for Several visitors were in the Taylor Charles Heir, this week. the Kansas State University Li- Sarah Studer, Amanda Studer, of htheritancei Sunday morning church service. He is the infant son of Dexter braries" 1993 classified employ- Joy Jensen and Stacy Nickloy, Traffic Ronald L. Frasier, Superior, tolship Special music was a solo by and Jenelle Heir, Lakewood, ee of the year. This award is pro- and leader, Elaine Clark, met at overweight 4,900 pounds, single nual Curtis JeH ry with Lonnie Colo. His parents am on a busi- sented annually in recognition of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buckley at the organ, ness trip to California. the recipient's work achieve. Watson. Mrs. Watson told about .... axle, $282. ' Estate Connie Shulda, Tiffiny and Ardean and Marilyn Jeffery ments and contributions to the drying fruits and fruit leather in Thomas G. Mahony, application for " Haley were weekend guests of were at Bennington Sunday in KSU Libraries during the last the dehydrator, then all made California, speeding 74-55. and her parents, Curtis and Marilyn the home of Many and Elizabeth calendar year. applesauce leather. Merle A. Luther, Colorado, Jeffery. They went to the moth- Jeffery and family. Logan beSan working at Wednesday Hilary Watson fail to pay fuel tax, $87. ment of er-daughter banquet in Burr Mr. andMrs. HerbertJeffery rell Library mJmae, 1984, asa and Kristina Jensen, stamp Brian R. Howard, California, Oak. Joining them for Mother's were Wichita weekend visitors student assistant in the catalog- collecting members, met with speeding, 67-55. Day dinner were Clay Shulda, to attend the graduation of their ing department. In February, project leader, Roberta Reed, at Brian D. Hansen, North Platte, vs. Trish Cuba, Cregg and Belinda Jeffery daughter, Teri, from Friends 1987, she received a permanent the Formoso Library. They driver's license violation, $52. McCabe, j, : and children, Mankato, Todd University. Edward R. Beck, Mankato, Credit staff position in interlibrary learned different ways to collect " and Gina Jeffery and Regan, Randy Buckley, Kansas City, loan. After a promotion, she stamps, the different types of failed toreportaecident,$62,no vs. Phil Myrtle Brandon. Burr Oak, and was home a few days recently to joined the circulation unit in De- mail and services at the post seat belt' $10. granted. Zula Jeffery. visit his dad, Earl, and Lonnie cember, 1990. office. Isaac Hess, Lafayette, Ind., Credit Jemaiece Jimke and three Buckley. Angle Bouray, Oaldey, Her primary responsibilities Thursday, Gordanier and speeding, 68-55. Inc. vs. daughters, Junction City, were and twins, Dexter and Bailey, are to locate books needed by CharlieNickloy, metwithleader, Criminal Dorothy weekend guests of her parents, were weekend guests of her patrons of the library. The books ChristelHigbee. StacyNickloy StateofKansasvsMichaelE. granted. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck. mother, Mrs. Buckley, and Mr. may be misshelved, mislabeled, met with Nancy Higbee for a Guzik, Formoso, theft, dismissed. Michelle had an accident after Buckley. or misplaced or the computer photography and horticulture arriving at her grandparents' Evelyn Harris went with a record may be in error, project meeting, Charlie and Nuekolls County Ken L. home and had to be taken to the group of friends to Hastings She serves on a committee Stacy Nickloy also met with M. dentist who removed three of Sunday to attend a play at the concerned with the online public Nancy, Christel and Jeannea Y Traffic Court granted. her front teeth, community theater, aocess terminals and their pres- Higbee for a leather and carving Speeding: Roy Hey, $30; Orlan and Wilde Baker, Med- entation to patrons, project meeting. Lawrence N. Sandier, $50; M. Todd Kathy and Paul Chapman, icine Lodge, and Estalene Far- She is the daughter of Bill Saturday, photography project ~ Shawn M. Robinson, $50. al granted. Claire and Peter. Wichita, at- guson, Haviland, have been here and Marie Logan, Mankato. She members, Christel Higbee, Ann N. Thompson, improperSecurity tended the Sunday morning this week to help tear down the graduated from Mankato High Cecelia Bouray, Sarah Studer, use of learner's permit, $25. Darwin L. church service. They came to house and buildings at the Edgar School in 1982, received a bach- Hilary Watson, Amanda Studer, Mike Cox issuing bad E. Valentine, i help her brother. Kelly, with his Glover place. Floyd Ferguson elor's of science degree in psy- Joy Jensen, Stacy Nickloy, and checks, $25 t'me and restitution. open house Saturday at his Pro- came Sunday and was a dinner chology from KSU in 1986, and Kristina Jensen. participated in Scott E. Meyer, expired reg- Petro ton MFG building near Burr guest with them at the LaVae is currently f'mishing her mas- the horticulture, photography and istration, $25. IX)ration, Oak. Glover home. The Fergusons ter's degree in counseling at K- lifeskillsjudgingattheFortHays David D. Mohlman, expiredSecurity Tom and Sherie Wallace, left Sunday evening for their State. Experiment Station, Hays, with registraton, $25. Ken & AI's Joel and Sarah, Saline, were home. :. Mother's Day guests of his Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery Loren Jensen leaders, Elaine Clark, Nancy Jacob A. Kelling, defective missal Higbee and Jeannea Higbee. brakes, $50. Re1 ", parents, Glenn and Betty Wal- were recent visitors of Pearl regional chairman photographed old Fort Hays and weight on axle, $475. ternity. lace. Lowdermilk, Superior. She took They also visited and William J. Cronin, over- Wismer, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery are them out to eat. Loren Jensen is one of six other points of interest in Hays. Michael L. Skinner, countDarrell G. current presidents of Mercantile Bancorporation's 34 community Wednesday Christel Higbee, one,muffler violation, $10;J. Coffelt' pel 'i Tamera Lee banks to be named regional Gordanier, Sarah Studer and .. count two, no proof of insur- nie D. Lernl~, : chairmen in a new StacyNickloyhelpedtheAthena ':" ance,$25. structure for the company s net- Club with the flower tubs in , Probate Department marriage Estate of Helen M. Kohm- Marrlag, work of banks in Missouri, Formoso. Not letting the recent rainy weather keep him from playing etscher, application for probate Jerry Lye_ anice Hennin sen t the Je ell schoolhouse Satur- southern Illinois and eastern 3e-Thank You outside, Aaron Melby, 4, Mankato, put on his rain coat and of will and appointment of Per- Loft Lynn O By J g . . - "Helen Stites fell at Long day evemngw|th the after prom Kansas. -Term Care, Mankato, the first of party at l eiott re-teen. Jensen was named Northern borrowed his dad's umbrella, statementSnil RepresentatiVe,of probate, registrar's riedAlbrechtMay witl' h was taken to As Mr and Mrs Tom Miles, Mr Regional chairman. He is much for the good-bye shower. Jewel County Estate of Margaret L. Bue- and Dale E. (2 the week. S e .... h,,,-,, Hoenital Saline retumin and Mrs Wendell Meyer, Mr responsible for Mereamile rll never forgetyou. In Christian , , g " " scher, application re release tax es. Real Eel to Long Term Care Saturday. and Mrs. Rex Hennmgsen and Banks in Macon, Memphis, Iove, MarySimons. ~ Guide R nrlr ~ Ambulance report liens, order to releasc tax liens. tier. tm nily went to Salina to be Virginia Douglas attended the_ Montgomery City, Boone Coma- orthe ............ II May 4- L. Haegert from Guardianship and conserve- with her, Neva Shoemaker ................ ty and Pike County. He remains cards, calls, flowers, visits, " doetor's office to Stormont Vail, torship of Helen Frances Niels- ...... tv, at mu u un riser pmsideat and chief executive of- prayers and for the food while I Colo., while we go with your en, order approving account of Block 35, E., Sta ~1 overm nt Y g Semor Center Tuesday evenin . g" rico" of the Mercantile Bank of was in the hospital and since By Joan Hoins brother. . conservator. Arthur L. There will be a farewell pot- It was m honor of the vol.- North Central Missouri, a posi- returning home. They were all luck supper in honor of Pastor u~tccr~ Bill and Sylvia Imhoff, May 5-H. Stites from Jewell Estate of Alma C. Wildgruhe, Ra SLmad, 1; Frances and her family Friday, . Sunday, May. 16 is conf a- Lion he has held since 1988. very much appreciated. Maxine May 21 at 6:30 at Salem United ~on .on .~un..oay. A former Scandia and Keeler. Keena, Idaho, visited RoseUa County LTC to Asbury, Salina. petition for complete setdement, E.Supd or. Belleville resident, he began his Imhoff a couple days a week May 7-H. Stites from Salina i'mal report, schedule of distribu- Lyla Krus Methdoist Church, Jewell. This l nere wm ~ a pouucx ironer banking career at the PeoplesCorrection ago. Hospital to Jewell County LTC. Co-Personal is for Ionia and Salem communi- after church in their honor. Ey- ries. Everyone is welcome. The is welcome; .....National Bank, Belleville. He is A grievance committee met Christi Hoins, Hastings, was May 8-E. Boyles from Teachers join PartRY lotG" 8,and Rathbuns will be moving to Mr. aria MrS..tiaroto.~.n~- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel lastFridaytohearroadandbridge a weekend visitor of her parents, MankatoresidencetoBrodstone Wichita mixer west to cnrucn watn me Jensen, Scandia, and a 1956 employee, Bruce Burkhart's Ralph and Joan Hoins. Memorial Nuckolls County state-wide forces r or. Ruth" Colson died this week Pat Shaes Sunday morning in graduate of ScandiaHigh grievance. The clerk's office did Recently Rosella Imhoff re- Hospital, Superior. John P. at Long Term Care, Mankato Beloit and were dinner guests School. not receive the grievance, turned from Colorado after visit- May 8- C. Greenherg from The teachers of the Jewell- Sehade ing in the homes of her sons, Jewell residence to Brodstone Randall Education Association 4, First for Mother's Day. Duane and Kevin Imhoff, and Memorial Nuckolls County are joining with teachers across Alfred and Karen and Wendell Meyer Danny Simmelink wasgreet- families .... Hospital, Superior. thestate to help place thebronze to Steven D hosted Mother s Day dinner at er for WOrShip Sunday. Kelli ~I~. ,~ ~l~;~at ,:~: ~ ~~y 10-R, Kuhlman from statue atop the Capitol dome in Troudt' Part their home Sunday for thehrfam- Sim_mit~~md"-Kamey Thomas in SmithC Re, rl~ ~soay atteno- Cod[roft fire to Jewell County Topeka. 25-3-7. fly. were candlelighters, Kathy and ing the funeral of her uncle, Hospital. _ Kansas school children have Lonnie D. Forrest and Ruby Colson and Mike Bushell were ushers. Dean Pounds. Coming from tin- May 10-R. Kuhlman from been involved with this project Lee Lemke, family had ditmer at the fellow- Mr. and Mrs. Don Sim- coln were Ruby Schnieber and JewellCountyHospitaltoAsbury since its inception in 1984, when 5, Block 23, ship hall Monday for their 60th melink, Pauline Simmelink and daughter, Marilyn Gade, Marie Hospital, Saline. the Kansas Legislature passed a wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henningsen Bauer and Gladys Knigge and law to finish the statehouse. The Ruby Colson visited Winnie met Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simmelink son, Wayne Etherton. Frldlly Clll at law required the Kansas Acts Wilson Monday afternoon, and Johan Menhusen in Concor- Shirley Hunter was a week- The junior-senior prom was die for Mother's Day dinner, end visitor in Lincoln of the B rth home Commission to select a seulpture, with a provision that the school Clifford Hunter family, Juliene Friday PM Club met with children of the state make Hunter and Curt Hunter. She Beulah Brinkworth last Friday. suggestions for the subject. was accompanied by her mother, Canasta was played with The children suggested Mary Steward, Hastings, who Elizabeth Reece winning high buffalo, settler, meadowlarks and visited Mrs. Harlan Mann. score, sunflowers, but most wanted an Editor: By Norms Serivner a,'~$ Mrs. Don Vaughn, Bailey While there Shirley attended the Next meeting will be with Indian to grace the top of their We wish to Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Taylor, Wichita, Mr. and University of Nebraska Dental and Mrs. Harold Swanson were Mrs. Gene Smith and Mr. and College Banquet. Juliene Hunter Maxine Switzer Friday. state Capitol dome. Inspired by preeiation to Marion Sjolander, York, Vergie Mrs. Max Berry, Scandia, at- received the outstanding teach- Beulah Brinkworth their ideas, Richard Bergen, a perior, the City Peterson, Belleville, Mr. and tended the May 1 wedding of er's award. The recipient is cho- entertained the Bridgette Club Saline sculptor and long-time the volunteers v Mrs. Ben Hanzlick, Belleville, Janet Smith, daughter of the sea by the students of the dental last Monday. Loretta Ault was a teacher, was the unanimous the Communiq Irene Danielson and Mr. and Gene Smiths, to Robert Whit- hygiene department. Juliene is guest. Opal McCammon won choice inthefinalcompetitionin past Saturday. high score. 1988 wi/h his image of a Kansas however, did Mrs. Jerry Swanson and family, more in Prairie Village, Kin., an associate professor of the and pick~ 3~ Additional supper guests were Cuff of Ars Church. A wedding Dental Hygiene College at the Next meeting will be with Indian. Mr: and Mrs. Doug Swanson. dinner and reception in Double- Unviersity of Nebraska, Lincoln. Opal McCammon Monday. Theschool children of Kansas by the curb ; can continue their involvement ued when l tree Hotel, Overland Park, was ~ Janet Crary, Jewell Phares, Former Montrose. with ~s project by participating oess roads to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeman, also attended. The couple left Marjorie Blankenbaker, Ruby inasimplefund-raisingcampaign Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick, for an England honeymoon trip. Gov.JoanF!nneycongratulatesMelissaNultyonherselection Smith, Birdette Donlinger, ula- teacher dies with the easily attainable goal of Loren Florell and Mr. and Mrs. They will make their home in for the Governor s Scholars Award. Nulty and Elliott Harris, White rice Norman, Millie Ord, Joan Mrs. John Molder died last collecting 25 cents per Kansas (Steve Hiau, . Gene Herrman were recent visi- Overland Park. All but the Rock, were among the Kansas high school students invited to the Hoins, Golds Dttffy and Daisie SaturdayatanOverbrooknursing student, or a total ot$110,000. Johnson, " tors of Frances Paiecek-Pheaaix. Vaughns returned to Seandia governor's mansion for the awards ceremony. Hartman attended the Imachon home. Mrs. Molder and the late Participationisavolunteerbasis. Fullerton), , Mr. and Mrs. David Scrivner, last Sunday. The out-of-town and meetings at the First Baptist John Molder were teachers at Business ) Monlros," High School in the late KelSCYsupper guestsand Keganof Mr.WereandEasterMrs. Thursday.Visitrs left for their homes last Attend governor s scholar program Chy.Urch in Superior last Wednes- 1920s'. Services were last Mankato Weather Comb , Brad Superior Glenn Scrivner. Norman Avis Crawford, Jewell, and At the invitation of Gov. Joan pie are some of our state's freest Tuesday at Mount Hope ..... well, Larry : McGowan, Kriwin, was a Men- Nora Blachiv, Saline, were Fioney, Melissa Nulty, of Jewell citizens. They are our leaders of Name Hays Mortar Cemetery, Topeka t-ugh Lo the Saturday day caller at the Scrivner home. Mother's Day weekend guests High School and EUiott Harris tomorrow. In addition to the " May 3 56 40 i Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Swanson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry. All were lected to attend the Gov- basic academic skills, these stu- Board members May 4 70 40 The City of i and family were in Kansas City visited Mrs. Joel Berry, Megan emor s Scholars Award Pro- dents possess skills such as Presents Res rehResults May5 76 41 loader and , for the weekend, andDylan, Saline, Friday.gram. teamwork, problem solving, ere- The Fort Hays State Univer- Fourteen Kansas State Uni-. May676 61 WhiteandD : Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith, Francse Palecek-Phenix wasThe recognition ceremony ative thinking, communicating, sity Mortar Board has an- versity history graduate students may 7 71 51 at the burn i Boston, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. a patient Monday until Friday at honors the top one percent of and goal setting that will enable nounced new members for the "cipated in a seminar on .May v . _ 47 curb-side bum The ower Era and vre- ... . " ^ completed Larry Smith, Bismack, N.D., the St. Joseph Hospital, Concor- Kansas high school seniors, them to be successful in a global 1993-94 year. - MOtSture Ior week picked up : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith. Mr. dia. Finney said, "These young pap- society." Initiates include Marcie Ost, satted therctmlts of ~h-- Moisture year to pate ~s./z. weather. junior, Burr Oak; and Karla they conducted Thursday at the Since Frosksophomore,Esbon. Eisenhower iabrary, Abilene. Mankato City Report during the Mortar Board has also elected Premmtors included Janine Connects Up, May officers and awarded two scho- Counland, "Anticom- Jerry and Marjorie Murray- of larships. Ost received one of the mmaism and Federal Personnel RR 1. has two scholarships and will serve Polices in the Eisenhower Ad- Kenneth Walker-212 S. for as secretary, minimration". Center. Brian Marks-421 E. Main. 22, at no Disconnects pickup will will be celebrated with an DAVE'S Ann Tedrow-215 N. day. GUN SHOP Commercial. This Mrs. E. B. Beam-212 S.hated as Center. Various IS BUYING, SELLING AND TRADING Matt Pierce-421 E. Main. will More restrictions are imminent--you'd better highways Jewell County Ambulance Garage make your gun purchases soon. FOR SALE pick up ... IN STOCK... your. May 29, 9:30 a.rn. to 2 p.m. RUGER MARK I, .22LR, 6-Inch; Mark II, Government ,Sea Eagle 5-man Rubber keep Superior Refreshments will be served/ Target, .22LR; Mark II, 6-inch, .22LR; Mark II, Boat, will take up to 15- will notice tnz h.p. motor Government Target, slabside, stainless; P85 ram, .1966GMC6-cylinderpiekup, you. Cornm=f t At 1 1 a.m, a movie will be shown on a P89 ram, stainless and blue; P90, .45 caliber, stainless, refresher course for CPR. P91, 40 S&W, stainless, short bed, runs good At this time applications will be ahcepted for AMERICAN ARMS OAJ Derringer, 410 gauge, stainless; .1988 Chevrolet Nova, [ FREE ADULT classes COLT, A5, long. exellent c0nditlon, one owner I GRENDEL 380 automatic '1917 Standard Atlas of June 8 or June 22 at 6:30 p.m. SIG.SAUER Model 230, 380 ACP; Model 229, 40Nuck011s County, excellent It is a one night class. S&W caliber, condition Demonstxations will be given SMffH & WESSON Model 27, nickel, pin barrel, late '70 ,Cistern pump and bucket throughout the dayl production, presentation case NIB. New Don1 miss Dave at the gun show at ,Old Metal sign of Mona Me. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC-ALL DAY KC Merchandise Mart, 435 Medcaff, Kansas City, Kansas tor Oil, 24x40 Olive is welco ne to the new Friday, Saturday and Sunday ,Old trunk, oval top, 913-378-3692 14, 15 and 16 Phone after 6 p.m., Jet U County and the surrour lng area. 913-647-7491