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Thursday, May 19. 2011 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Friendship Meals r May 23 through May 27 Monday: Roast beef, mashed pota- toes, gravy, corn, wheat bread, Jell-O with fruit, milk. Tuesday: Chuckwagon steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, wheat bread, mixed fruit, milk. Wednesday: Barbecue chicken. baked potato, cucumbers and onions, wheat bread, strawberries with top- ping, milk. Thursday: Pasta, beef, tomato cas- serole, broccoli, wheat bread, tropical fruit, pudding, milk. Friday: Tater tot casserole, cucum- bers and.omons, wheat bread, fruit cobbler, milk. Meals delivered by Christian Church. Homemakers meet Odessa Homemakers met at the Village Cafe with 11 members present. Wands Thummel, president, opened the meeting with the flag salute. Roll call was "my favorite tomato plant." The lesson was glen by Veronica Marihguh on building strong bones, preventing osteopososis. A recent change in federal guidelines calls for more calcium in our diets than was previously thought sufficient. Adults under 50 should get 1,000 mg daily. Adults over 50 should get 1,200 mg. Teenagers should get 1,300 mg. Poems to brighten your day: Day by day I realize more and more that nothing really matters in this world except love, the love we receive from others and the love that we give in return. Senior Center News May is Older Americans Month. This year&apos;s theme,"Oider Amen- cans :Connecting the Community" pays homage to the many ways in which older adults bring inspiration and con- tinuity to the fabric of our communi- ties, and highlights how technology is helping older Americans live longer, Announce Engagement Lisa Schwerman and Bret Duvall have announced their engagement. Lisa is the daughter of Thomas and Norms Schwerman, Jewell. Grandpar- ents are Lannis and Bonnie Bolte, Rosalee Schwerman and the late Francis Schwerman, all of Jewell. Bret is the son of Randy and L'inda Duvall, Pomona. Grandparents are JoAnn Duvall and the late Bud Duvall, Pomona, Jean Roberts and the late Virgil Roberts, Iola. The bride-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Kansas State University with a de- gree in agricultural business and is employed by Ottawa Retirement Vil- lage as the medical records clerk. The future bridegroom is a 2007 graduate of Manhattan Technical Col- lege and is employed by Asplundh Tree Company. The wedding is set for May 21. at the St. John's Catholic Church, Beloit, with a reception to follow in Jewell. They reside in Williamsburg, Kin. United Methodist with sibling rivalry, anger and grief• God can journey with us. Judy had a litany when we responded with "You Come to the Table." She closed in prayer• Meeting adjourned and all were in- vited to the table for lunch served by Jean Walls and Jean Charles.A dessert was served from a very spring festive table. Legion, Auxiliary meet in Jewell American Legion members, ked by Commander George Barta, planned for the Union Memorial Day service, which will be May 29 at the Jewell Christian Church. Auxiliary meeting was conducted by Fawns Barrett, president• Marie McAtee gave devotions"IfTime Stood Still." Plans were made for the Poppy Day dinner May 28. Approval was given to buying two luminaries---one in honor of survivors; one in memory of members lostto cancer. Karen Boden will present scholarships to two Rock Hills students at the awards assembly Friday. A revised constitution and by-Laws was read and approved when one point is clarified. Lunch was served by the president• Fishing tournament set at Glen Elder The seventh annual Glen Elder Youth Fishing Tournamentwill be June 4 this year. All youth between the ages of seven and 14 are encouraged to call the state park office (785-545-3345) to register before all the spots are filled• Volunteer anglers will be taking the youth out fishing on their boats for the day at Waconda Lake. Lunch is provided and all youth will receive a fishing pole, tackle, and prizes with special awards going to the youngster with the most fish and biggest fish of Velma Garman (far left), Jewell County Family Consumer Educaton treasurer, awarded acaaemic scholarships to (from left) Ashley Lorence, Brittany Joerg and Chelsey Greene on behalf of the organization. '= every hour of the time since last year, Michelle Schoen, Glen Elder. bach- and yet cattle and hogs are worth five elor of arts and bachelor of science in education; Chelsey Rae Winkel, Glen Elder, bachelor of science in agricul- ture; Jessica Elaine Winkel, Glen El- der, master of accountancy. Rebecca Sue Schmitt, Tipton. bachelor of sci- ence in agriculture. Janell LaNette Roe, Republic, master of science in agricul- tural economics. Robert Charles Craig, Scandia, bachelor of science in agri- culture; Michael Gary Loring, Scandia, bachelor of science in business admin- istration; Evan Stendahl Swanson. Scandia. bachelor of science in busi- ness administration;Nathan Carl Stensaas. Scandia. bachelor of science in agriculture. KU commencement planned for Sunday There are 4,800 candidates for de- Births each species. Also, anyone with a boat that would be willing to assist that day grees at the University of Kansas this Women meet can call the office to sign up. This is spring. Commencement ceremonies m On April 12 the meeting of the free fishing weekend so it should be a willbeheldSundayfortheuniversity's Jewell Co. Memories Republic United Methodist Women greattimefoftheentirefamilytocome 139th Commencement. visitthereservolrandhaveafunweek- Locals graduating are: Debra 120 Years Ago Zach and Jennifer Bruns, Burr Oak, are the parents of a son, Barrett Craig, born May 14 at Brodstone Hospital, Superior. He weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz.. and was 19.5 inches long. John and Deb Melton, Oak. and Steve and Kellei Bruns. Superior. are grandparents. Bettie Bruns and Rosemary Rowley, Superior. and Mildred Melton. Ruskin, are great-grandmothers. Community Calendar Tuesday, May 24 The next meeting of the Pawnee Mental Health Services Board of Di- rectors will be at 4:30 p.m., in the con- ference room of Pawnee' s Clay Center office. The meeting is open to the pub- lic cents, corn is 60 cents, oats is 45 cents, wheat is $1, and hay is $10. In order to be consistent must not our friends de- clare that the short supply has nothing to do with it, and again lay the entire responsibility for the increase at the door of the republican party? - Iola Register. 100 Years Ago Old Fred Crandall's big bird dog, was killed at a dog party in the north end of town last week. On the first day's program Fred licked every dog on the grounds, but on the second day an uninvited bull dog came to the party and he got old Fred down and chewed him to death• Miss Beth Harrison sang the 23rd Psalm at the baccalaureate services last Sunday evening and in so doing surpassed all her former accomplish- ments as a soloist. Coil Whitney was shaving a young fellow one day when a big bull snake stuck its head out from under the young man's vest and ran out its tongue• Coil said the fellows that liked bull snakes aren't much. For sale:' a good shorthorn cow, fresh two months, second .calf, giving from thirty to thirty-five pounds four per cent milk daily• C.A. Dawdy. 90 Years Ago The Farmer's Elevator has shipped about 100.000 bushels of grain since last July• Mrs. Minnie Weseman has sold over 2,500 eggs for hatching this spring. She raises the best breed of Rhode Island Red chickens, also turkeys, geese, ducks and guineas. They have a mighty fine looking high school building at Montrose. We had a fine social time and a big dinner there last Friday• The teachers, Miss Iva Smith and Miss Olive Gimple were well liked by both the patrons and the pupils, and friendships that are made between teachers and pupils in many cases last through life• Mrs• Polly Thompson of Ionia and • Mr. Fred Hoffert of Rolf, Iowa. were united in marriage Thursday. The bride and groom left for their home in Iowa, Mrs. Carrie M. Smith. who has been ill since February with inflammatory rheumatism and other ailments was taken to Waconda Springs last Sunday for medical treatment. Bert Lake is building a barn on the Mrs. Alice Brackett place• 70 Years Ago The Jewell County Lamb show was held in Jewell on Saturday. C. E. Bartlett was m charge of the show and the judges were James Drace and Harry Garlock of St. Joseph. C. O. Cederberg, who has an irriga- tion well that will pump 60 gallons a minute, will have strawberries ripe within ten days. Bonnie Lou Sloan, cornet, and Roderick Weltmer. snare drum and piano, were Mankato soloists who re- ceived superior ratings at the National Music Festival in Topeka last week• Copies of a new circular on "Stor- ing the 1941 Kansas Wheat Crop" have been received at the county farm bu- reau office• Walter G. Ward, extension architect, and George Montgomery. in charge of gram marketing investiga- was called to order by Betty Bouray, healthier, and more engaged lives. Glad president• She opened with prayel: af- end in the great outdoors• Fricker. daughter of Roger and Laura The Bennett farm has a new tenant could have them, but they had to go (Continued to Page 7) you are a part of our lives! Fricker. Lebanon, major m occupa- namedD.C. Clester. It is intimated that somewhere else to be shaved• ter a request, for concerns. . . All mem ...... . . _ is a good be:ssalld:h;Pltdge;2sU;St%.tR?dltle 1 K-STATE a wa'ds ttOenalpePyymSterelf,°fcup;°n2 Whielea;;ppmdgulhmatl besverYsdlS Mt. Carmel Sunday school had a fttrt Tttrtt" place to start if you need help in getting your eyes tested• I will have more wa c Y P g degrees 1;o )uu Shawn and Susan Newell, major in There is nodoubt that Kansas was nice program for Mother S Day. The ok.rluut, Jt.LUIIUDt information conceming the origins- absence of Marv Anes Johnson sec ............ school, with Bert Dietz as superinten- T 1" .....   • - " More than 2,800 students "radu- nursing, oacnelor or science m nurs- once an ocean, and it begins to look dent, is growing in interest and num- I'OTLUCK tMNNER retary Kou call was a joke ann was lion and eligibility• If you do not have answered b- nine members ated from Kansas State University in ing; Casey Nicole Newell, daughter of now as if it were going to begin its first bers, but we would like to see more• acomputer, the librar3; can help you or Bouray Yread the minutes" of last' ................... ," ...... ,,o a, .... v-,,"" ....... c,,r,,m,,ni,, Shawn and Susan Newell, major in works over again. They are preparing a program for [ |ONIA-ATHFNS I can help you• ., - , on K-State's Manlaattan campus were nursing, bachelor of science in nurs- A'little over a year ago when cattle Children's Day the 4th of June• [ .......... -7-" "- month s meeting that were approves I still have the eye glasses found as read The treasurer's reort was held Friday and Saturday. Commence- ing; Bethany Ann Hurley, Republic, and hogs were worth three cents, and CliffDarling, IraBlandingandJohn I here last week, the lens are long and • v .... -  )) t )i .....  WT,,, 7 major in ohysical therapy, doctor• of corn 15 cents and oats 20 cents and Flinn were doing business in Jewell _n n4,1 IUl=lv L,)Q k and was ,,,,,t ,,,, ,-.- ..................... : .... resented by Judy Erkenbrac narrow, perhaps not Ben Franklin type P K State awarded more than 2,100 physical therapy; Erin Noel Greif, wheat 65 cents and hay could hardly be Tuesday• [ '=='-"IrJ =uuW ,,,,v exactly, accepted as given Erkenbrack gra- - , • • • art, ypeop2  Friday the 13 brought some inter- Cn°UIYt°k°:serjtng$nsts;Sn dur- bmache'redege2aorm?taent;; 550 Tipt'edfa,rghp l;r?fI'naldrandfh' glveeaTtY; eeaatlll; ?cVep °Tvv::,t e Kanoau E wellEasteruesaay, delivered hogs to I' . .12"30- . p.iTl.- estingfacts:onlythreeFridaythel3ths g- y g.n . , mmunica torates and more than 40 associates bachelorofscienceinnursing;Jessica anything to do wltla it,. ann mmo , Afterall, itisn'tthekindoftoolson I Ionia U.M. Annex are possible per year, and there is one . lne preslcent.reaa aco ...... - degrees More than 55 students are Lynn Cunningham, Glen Elder, RN to entire responsibility at me uoor ot me a farm that makes it look just right; it s lion rrom me teuevlue umteo wlem- • • " ,-" ........... nursino BSN, bachelor of science in renublican party Well, the republican every year.Awoi'd search puzzle WaSworked by most• idlvoW°m:]?;lmwclthng tahedR:PD b- reCrVngegUUPeci;egntnclude, Erin nursing.  ,   pasll m power and has been splendidthe kind of a farmer. No matter whattools a man has, ifhe is a poor II gyvIce ...... 1-12yFlls[Igd.l Golden Years is moved up a week v v - .. ,:   a:: }: : ! : farmer it will show; and ifhe is a good [ gram BaggageWeCarrylnOurLlfe s  ...........  ................. :N, :  ......   - ...............   : .... farmer it will show even if his tools , because of the holiday weekend. , ::::::::::. ::::::,.:::::-:, ............ :::,,:.,::.::::,:,:::: :e:::::.::::-:::,:.>: ........... . Journey' by Janis Houdek on April 26 :::i   i ii#?: ::ii:i i!i:, i!liiiiiiiiiil  i .......... :F' ....................... NN::ii':'::5:::::m:::::-:::::.::-:::::ii;;i:::i! .....  ;ii% Golden Years will be eating with " ' ' ' ': The Scandla United Methodist Church i!::i:::!:,:.iii#::i:;ai';i :iiii ::i  .:..:.. ...... Ni<!, i::  :',':i:::<i:!:i'.;:'i:?!i;::::::::: :: :::i Friendship Meals. Co!he join us.  ..... , ...... ...,  li:,.,-, ,,. ....... :, .:, ,i :: ......... :: : . annual book saleis April 15 and 16. i ii!iii::i i!!i!!!   !!!i!ii'!!!!iiii:}  !i:i i !!. !!::!:; : ::i ::: :! Students perform .... : '  <::'::::::'::':': ' :=':::  '" " " ::  i ' ! :: ......... Re ubllcUmtedMethodlstWomen ............  .................  • o, ,,  -.  :: • ................................ ..:. Special thank-yous to Marge and Bob and their • • • !::i:::": ..... %1!:::  ........... ::::; ..................................................... Tgi  ::-:-:,:::::::::*"::>" : iI. '> :,i :: 'i::  ::iii  :: : : for UM Women were asked tO serve the Barbara i:.>..:!,!,  .... !:i, .......... A performance by two forensics Johnson Bailey funeral noon meal on  ]1 helpers formy surprise birthday party arid to Apnl 23.  ]1 friends and relativeswho came to share time with students opened the meeting ofRebecca " : ':: ......   ::: : ::  .... :. ' • ,, >::!i' ,. i..,::..!.,,, WomenCircle of Harmony UnitedatMethodistthe home The unit members discUSaedaff they Thursday evening would like to have a spring, sup- US. Many thanks for the beautiflai cards. That was of Rosalie Menhusen. oer The ouilt uild will not have a   ICl - " - - :'::  .... :* ] a very special time. , Introducing the program, Bethany trunk show this year. It was voted on to  Roe, forensics and speech teacher at not hold one this year.  II I1%,, C Rock Hills High School, spoke about ......  : " : ' O United Methodist Women Sunday " :-:.::,. :..:::: : eliaKmche!e blessings andthat she considered work- was discussed It was decided to have  @: ::i:i:.: .iii ii:!i: i!!ii:!:.] ing with her students as one of the ' ' ' ' ' '  ............. ""; :::::::: it when Ro er s one to schoohng as  . i : :::: ........ " ...... blessings in her life. She introduced to help fill the pulpit one of the Sun- !i .:.:>.i:\>:i:;i :: .i:::@i!i t €- ' " da s It will be held on Sunday, July  ..... .......... ". . ..........  [ Friends and relatives are invited to come visit and have lunch with Chelsey Greene and Beth Menhusen * • ...... ..... • ....... : i : ::..: .-:: .....  ....... :: :::::::':::+::,::::41 Y " ! ' " ..... : '"":*":::<:::''\