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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 21, 2015 Slate graduates from Cure Laude De,in Slate graduated Cure Laude from Wichita State University Satur- day. Commencement was held at 2 p.m. from Charles Koch Arena. His major was business administration with a minor in management information systems. Dex, in is the son of Curtis and Lori Slate, Jewell, Kelli and Rick Chaput, Salina: Grandparents are Norman and Doris Greene, Jeweli, Kenneth and Jean Schuster, Superior, Neb.. and the late Babe Slate. Cody Flinn earns master&apos;s degree Cody R Flinn, Lincoln, Kan., gradu- ated Saturday, May 16 from Emporia State University with a master of sci- ence degree in educational administra- tion. Cody is the son of Max and Susan Flinh, !ewell. Grandparents are Lyle Flinn, Betoit, and the late Nella Rose, Bud B6den, Ionia, and the late Jean Boden.. Cody is married to Nikki anti they t have two children, son Keyna and daughter .Kyndal. Cody is cuently employed by the Sylvan-Luca Uni- fiedlSchool District. l uMw members | distribute quilts ' Nine members of the Jewel l Trinity United" Methodist Women met May 7 in the ctiurch basement for a short business meeting, opened by Fawna Barrett, president. Several members reported on their office duties. Quiltslthe members had made were boxed up to be distributed to Beloit Long Term Care, Hill Top Lodge and Heartbeai Pregnancy Center. The re- mainder of the afternoon wap spent visiting shut-ins and friends residing at Beloit Long Term Care and Iilltop Lodge.. The members returned home feeling uplifted by the successful day. The- In Topliff estate machinery sale on May 9, was served by Trinity UMW. Helpers were Dale Willmeth and Steve Bartsch grilling hamburgers and polish sausages. North Central Youth Camp will be held in June at the Downs United Meth- odist Church. Youth going into grades five throught eight are eligible to at- tend.. Brochures will soon be available in the Methodist churches Friendship Meals May 25 through May 29 Monday: Closed Memorial Day. Tuesday: Pork chop, mashed pota- toes, peas, apple crisp. Wednesday: Ham loaf, potatoes, carrots, fruit salad. Thursday: Beef and noodles, pea salad, mandarin orange Jell-O, cookie. Friday: Oven fried chicken, pota- toes and gravy, mixed vegetables, mixed fruit. Meals delivered in Mankato by Catholic Church and in Jewell by Chris- tian Church. Estate planning meeting to be held in Beloit June 11 The Post Rock Extension District along with the Mitchell County FSA and NRCS offices will be holding a Women in Agriculture Program Thurs- day, June 11, in Beloit. The focus of the program will be on estate planning. The importance of options for and what steps need to be taken to prepare for estate planning will be discussed. Lo- cation for the program will be at the First Presbyterian Church from 6 to 9 p.m. Supper will be provided. There is no cost to attend but registration is needed by Friday, June 5. To register or for questions contact, Neil Cates, Post Rock Extension agent. Jewell Auxiliary plans annual Poppy Day dinner The Jewell American Legion and Auxiliary Post No. 72 met last Wednes- day. Fawna Barrett conducted the aux- iliary meeting in the absence of the president. Colleen Scheonberger gave devotions with a reading from John. A new coffee pot has been purchased. Plans were made for the annual Poppy Day dinner to be Saturday. See the ad m this issue of the Jewell County Record. A donation was approved for the Randall Community Center One Girls' State representative has canceled her plans to attend this summer. Larry Haskett, vice commander, conducted the legion meeting in the absence of the Commander Boden. They were planning for the commu- nity memorial service to be Sunday at the Jewell Christian Church. Snacks were served during the so- cial time. Sunday, May 24 and Monday May 25 Daughters of the American Revolution, Desire Tobey Sears Chapter surprised Charles Tuttle (third from left) after a program he presented about his tours with the United States Air Force. Pictured (from left) are Regent Sherry Koster, Haley Popelka, Tuttle and Karen Cheney. DAR honors Charles Tuttle for his service to his country in Vietnam Members of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revo- lution, Desire Tobey Sears Chapter honored Charles Tuttle, a veteran who served with the United States Air Force, in recognition of valor, service and sacrifice during the Vietnam War in a ceremony held at the Superior Public Before the presentation, Tuttle gave a program about his tours and the fact he survived two helicopter crashes. He said he was most impressed with the Korean monument and the cemeteries in France and Italy. The group then watched two videos which members described as being Library. Tuttle accepted the honor on behalf of all Vietnam veterans. A proclamation by the President of the United States of America for the commemoration of the 50th anniver- sary of the Vietnam War was read by Karen Cheney and presented to Mr. Tuttle along with a commemorative flag and certificate with a description about the flag. Tuttle is a member of the Nelson American Legion and Superior VFW posts. The flag will be displayed at the posts for other veterans to view and enjoy. were very moving. At the end of his speech, Karen Cheney "surprised" Tuttle with the recognition and pre- sented the honors. Desire Tobey Sears Chapter con- tinues to support veterans throughout the year while supplying veteran hos- pitals with personal supplies, helmet liners for our troops, quilts of valor, cancelled stamps, and various other programs. The chapter also organized a program in Jewell to honor veterans for the Commemoration of the 50 'h Anniversary of the Vietnam War, with Regent Sherry Koster and Kerma Crouse hosting. Notice Memorial Day Services Athens Cemetery Monday, May 25 Burr Oak Weather Larry Gillett, NOAA Observer May 13 .................................. 69 35 May 14 .................................. 67 50 May 15 .................................. 71 55 May 16 .................................. 77 60 May 17 .................................. 70 52 May 18 .................................. 80 47 i 9:30 a.m. May 19 .................................. 63 43 Rainfall this week ..................... 1.31 POPPY DAY DINNER Presentedby Rainfall this month ................... 8.28 Glen Elder Precipitation year to date ........ 11.74 | ..... - .............. o .... In the battle or existence, tamnt s | Saturday, May 23,11 a.m.-1 p.m. " 1i AmericanLe-ion , .. l Jewell Community Center I(-- the punch; tact is the clever ftwr i" l Jewell, Kan. .... l Serving: Roast Beef Sandwich, Potato Salad, ",)::''ii Webber Cemetery /1 ,.Green Beans or Corn, Salads, Desserts,... CoffeeFree Will Donationand Iced Tea. < I IJ .... / emorial Services II I'1 Also buyanOthedisabledVeterans.Weara poppy to aid /l 9 )! i / II  11 MondaY,a.m. WebberMaYchurch25 ,I] Kd Fih| 9 brby Pot Luck Lunch served after the services Saturday, May 30 .<\\;% 1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m.:-" )_,, x ;\\;" Open to all children ". ee @ 21:15 Pork Sunday, May 24, 11a.m.- 2 p.m. pulled pork, baked beans, salad bar and dessert bar Proceeds go to the new Esbon Community Center Free will donation Village Cafe 400 Grand Ave. Esbon, Kan. THANK YOU b. We would like to say thank you to everyone that helped us after the tornado. The outpouring of support came in so many ways. From the quick response of the EMS and Sheriff's Department to the amazing amount of people that helped with the cleanup. A big thank you to those who brought trailers and equipment to assist the clean up. We would also like to thank Todd Bradrick, Bob's Inn, Central National Bank, and everyone else who brought meals, snacks, and drinks for our hard working crew. Your kindness will not be forgotten. 2.5 The Dewey and Ruth Underwood Family F Lake Emerson Jewell, Kan. Equipment Provided! Hotdog cookout at noon Sponsored byKansas State Wildlife and Parks Comm., Jewell Chamber and Jewell Grocery Class Reunion Street Dance 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. Saturday, May 23 8:30p.m. toMidnight r par law, d,! Beer Garden will be open (In case of inclement weather, the dance will be held at the former National Guard Armory). BOB'S INN Hunt Brothers Pizza will be open Saturday, May 23 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. BOB'S INN Hunt Brothers Pizza 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 Jewell By Roberta Holdren Kerma Crouse's niece, Leah Dowell, graduated from Buhler High School on Saturday. Kerma, Frosty and Rachel Crouse visited family and friends when they went to Hutchinson to help her celebrate her accomplish- ment. Several from Jewell attended the graveside service for Dee Hunt held at Mankato on Friday. Judy Bolte, Hays, was in Jewell for the weekend. Butch and Annette Burks were in Pittsburg for a few days with their granddaughter who goes to school there. Brooke Williams came from Kinsley to attend the Rock Hills High School graduation service held on Sat- urday. This was the class that Brooke attended prior to moving to Kinsley. Brian and Karen Williams, Brooke Williams, Quanita, Zoe and Zander Williams, Manhattan, attended the graduation of Brennan Williams from Colby Community College. Last Wednesday LeRoy Bourbon went to Newton to meet his grand- daughter, Olivia Berns Bourbon. She was born May 12 and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bourbon. She has a three-year-old brother to welcome her home. The Palmer Museum will be open on Saturday from I l a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. On Sunday they attended the graduation of her grandson, David, from Kansas University. On the weekend there were a lot of graduations and receptions. Congratu- lations to all graduates! Word was received Monday of the death of Janet Birdsell formerly of Jewell. Janet was currently residing in a nursing home at Minneapolis. Mary Boyles among KU spring graduates There are nearly 4,550 candidates for degrees from the University of Kan- sas this spring. They represent 87 Kan- sas counties, 46 other states and 43 other countries. Degrees are officially conferred in June. Mary Boyles of Mankato, will re- ceive a bachelor's degree in theatre with a Jewish studies minor. Highlander's Club holds meeting, birthday party The Highlander's Club met Thurs- day at 6:30 p.m. at a restaurant in Smith Center for their annual birthday party. Kim Davis and Kim Gillett were host- esses. The meeting was called to order by Alyce Gillett, president. Roll call was favorite ice cream and answered by 14 members. Those in attendance were Sherri Beam, Loreen Bird, Aria Davis, Jean Davis, Kim Davis, Gayla Flavin, Irma Fogo, Alyce Gillett, Kim Gillett, Judy McCartney, lone Shipley, Jeri Shute, Patty Snow and Beth Walker. New business, the club will provide eight dozen cookies for the Esbon alumni banquet. Those to make cook- ies are Sherri Beam, Jean Davis, Irma Fogo, Patty Snow, Jeri Shute, Gayla Flavin, Alyce Gillett and Kim Gillett. The members ordered supper off the menu and played a game provided by the hostesses. The two winners of the game won a plant, Gayla Flavin and Loreen Bird. Each member received a bottle of shower gel and a small con- tainer of M&Ms and nuts from the hostesses. The women exchanged birthday gifts from their secret sisters. The next meeting will be June 11 at the home of Patty Snow with Irma Fogo as co-hostess. Roll call is a fact about a tree or shrub. Take a tip from me, Mr. Kansas Governor It's not often that a mere disgruntled citizen has the chance to deliver a per- sonal, heart-felt message to a head of state and so when a Topeka waitress found herself serving dinner to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, she did not hesitate to do just that. When Chloe Hough tallied up the governor's bill, she used the space re- served for her tip to get her message across. Brownback had frozen state funding for public schools and that did Kansas State Park will sponsor fishing workshop on June 7 The Kansas Department of Wild- life Parks and Tourism will sponsor a free fishing weekend on Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7. On those two days fishing licenses will not be re- quired to fish any Kansas waters in- cluding Lovewell Reservoir. In conjunction with the weekend, Lovewell State Park is hosting a Kids Fishing Clinic on Sunday June 7. The ormat will allow an educational oppor- tunity for youngsters interested in learn- ing about fishing Enrollment will be limited to 50 youngsters between the ages 7 and 16. Preregistration will be required either in person or by tele- phoning the Lovewell State Park of- fice by Monday June 1. Loveweli State Park and Fisheries and Wildlife Division staff will'host clinic sessions where participants will learn fish identification, knot tying, casting, lure selection and fishing hot spots. There will be a fish cleaning demonstration. A hot dog:lunch and drinks will be provided, made possible by donations from many area busi- - nesses. Following lunch, registered partici-" " pants will fisli with a mentor until 3 pm. All fishing equipment and sup- plies will be provided. Questions should be directed to the Lovewell State Park Office. - Republic Fire Dept. seeks grant for 6 wildfire suits Last Monday the Republic County Rural Fire District 9 board met with Mark Brown, president, presiding. Sx members were present. Betty Bouray read the minutes al treasurer's report which were accept e31 as presented and approved as read. , John Stenson's quote to add air bags on the red Dodge truck for stabil- ity was accepted. One other quote was received which was higher. The third requested quote was not received. The directors designated the Courtland Journal as their legal publi- cation and Astra Bank as the district's bank. A sample of the wildfire gear was available to look at. Each suit will cost $518. A grant application has been completed withthe hope of obtaining funding for six sets of gear. Memorials were received from the Carrie Anderson, Helen Sankey and Gene Fisher families. A thank you with a monetary donation was received from the Clay Aurand family in thanks for the department's call made at their fire. It was brought up about the text message about the meeting not being received and Betty said she would check into it. Nolan Sandell purchased and do- nated six hand held sprayers. It was The Dan Daniels family received a not sit right with Chloe. So, instead of decided to put them on the tanker truck tele hone call re ortin Mica had a reasonable percentage of the $52 16 dry and fill when needed to save the P P g " seals. reached his distination in Indonesia. bill, she wrote "tip the schools." The next meeting will be at 8 p.m. He will spend the summer there on a She had nothing to lose since Chloe church mission ro'ect had already quit her job and it was the June 8. P J Betty James went to the home of last shift of the last day of her employ- "If a man does not keep pace with his her daughter, Susan, in Manahattan on ment at the restaurant companions, perhaps it is because he i[  hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, how- The Burr Oak Museum ever measured or far away." ]1 will be open Saturday and Sunday II1 Henry David Thoreau "Honor lies in honest toil." II May 23 and 24 IIII r" Grover Cleveland I I 1-3 p.m. I111 N] [] By Appointment call: II11 SCHOOL REUNIO / II Peggy Wilson 785-647-8271 or IIII POTLUCK DINNER[ i1.15 Cheryl Hillman 785-647-6171 , r IONIA-ATHENS / Retirement Sunday, May 24 | Kris Kindler 12:30p.m. / is retiring from  IoniaserviceU.M,FurnishedtAnnex | Jewell County Health Department : J Thursda300 May 21 Please stop by for cake to wish her well = Thank You The Mankato Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Mankato Plumbing and Appliance and Pumphrey Construction for donating your time and equipment in getting the hydrant 1,5 put in at the Community Garden. -) Thank You The family of Wilber "Joe" Becker would like to thank all those who remembered them with thoughts and prayers, calls, cards, food, flowers or memorials. All of the acts of kindness did not go unnoticed. We would also like to thank Dr. Blecha and the nursing staff and employees of Brodstone Memorial Hospital. Also, thank you to the EMT's and the Home Helalth Care of Jewell county. All were very much appreciated. Betty Becker; Neil "Sam" Becker and Family; Shirley Fischer and Family; Lori Carter and Family C UTE THEATER Friday, Saturday and Sunday May 22, 23 and 24 7:30 p.m. Avengers: Age of Ultron Earth's mightiest heroes must come together and learn to fight as a team if they are to stop the mischievous Loki and his alien army from enslaving hu- manity. Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fic action. Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3172 Memorial Day  Decorative Crosses ., and i; Silk Flowers 0 Oj' F .:-,:2:)i ,', p, .: ,ii:i Anau'00 F/ors/ "-..-" 102 S. Commercial, Mankato, Kan.  21 15 785-378-3950 . / /