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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 29, 2003 III IIIIIIIIIII HI I I II Pa.stor LauraFricker, Elaine Smith, Zack and Rachel. They spent a day at the Rev. and Mrs. VernonSniderofthe Worlds of Fun. This was Caenah's Jewell County Parish, are among more first trip to Worlds of Fun, so Grandma than 700 United Methodists who are gathered at the Bi-Centennial Center Elaine spent most of the day with her at in Salina to "Focus the Flame" on CampSnoopytakingpicturesofheron making disciples of Jesus Christ May various rides while the rest of the fam- 28 through May 31. ily braved the roller coasters. Sunday ~"~::~.:.i: Mr. and Mrs. Curt Kell, Newburg, morning Elaine returned to attend the " : Ore., visited Mr. and Mrs. Newell Methodist Church in Wilsey where . Alexander Monday, evening. Curt memorials to her father, Lloyd Burns, • worked for Newell at the Mobil Sta- were dedicated during the morning lion years agoin the 60s. worship. After a dinner at the Hays KansasDepartmentofTransportationemployeeshaullimestone rock from Oudy's Cut, known to locals as dudy Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alexander ate House in Council Grove with her sis- five miles east of Mankato on Highway 36. The rock is being taken to a location on Highway 22 south of Haddam to supper at the lake with Dr. and Mrs. ters, Phyllis Burns and Janice Dike, be used under a bridge. Gordon Murray, Mankato, KDOT employee, operates the loader. Trucks from Coneordia, Wiley Alexander, ErinandJordon,and and nieces, Lisa Hemphili and Lori Belleville and Mankato were used to haul the rock. Wes Alexander. Other visitors were Dalquestandherhusband, Clay, Elaine Forrest Inks, Venture, Calif. Others attending were Heathertitus changes. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr. returned to Gardner for the rest of the EstelleO'Hair, Arkansas City, was Dempsey and Brian Stenfors, Kansas Theme for the club banner was dis- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lewis wereweekend, travelingbackasfarasSalina an overnight guest ofMerlaHulbert. City;ShawnaDcmpsey,Dallas, Texas; cussed. weekendguestsofMr.andMrs.Newell with Randy's family on their return to James and Missy Hdlbert and fam- Jeff Mathieson, Blue Grass, Iowa; Megan Frost gave a demonstration Alexander. their home in Longmont, Colo. ily, Manhattan, were weekend guests Sherry and Laverne Schmidt, Beloit. on '"All extra pocket." Landon sang, Sue and Philip Walton and Brett ChrisandAlisonNoller, Hays, were ofMerla Hulbert. Weekend guests of Jo and Wayne "Mary had a Little Lamb." Cameron hosted a family patio dinner for Don guests of her parents, Jerry and Alice Wes and Pat Hedden, Phoenix, DempseywereJimandDarcySchmidt, Shipley gave a project talk about his and l.ori Hanson, Manhattan; Mrs. Kinsey. They celebrated Chris' birth- Ariz., visited Bill and Donna Ramey. Blue Grass, Iowa, Heather Dempsey, Duroc feeder pigs. Gary Buse and family, Leonardville; day. Joining them for supper on Mon- They attended their 50 year class re- Kansas City, Jeff M:~thieson, Blue Megan had recreation• The Reed Rick and Pam Martinez, and Leota day night were Skeet and Jan Powell, union. Grass. Iowa, Shawna Dempsey, Dal- family were hosts. Hanson McCarthy, all of Manhattan; Temple, Texas, Travis Koester and Sharon Murray, Garden City, vis- las, Texas, Tara Scarrow. Hays. Lance Amis and Frieda Seals, McPherson; Jerod Kinsey. ited Jerry and Marjorie Murray. Benson, McPherson and friend Jenni- Whitemound Builders meet Mike, Susan, Sarah and Logan Seals, Guests of Charlotte Murray were JerryandMarjorieMurrayattendedfer. "'Something I look for in a friend," Odessa, Me.; Jeff, Cindy and Levi Susan Hoffman, Topeka; Lu Fullerton the Formoso alumni and visited with was roll call, answered by nine mem- Wcaverling, Lawrence; and Rex and and daughter, Sharon, Denver, Colo.; former students and attended the 50 bets and three leaders when torswereRickDiamond,TimandMaryFrances Weaverling. Afternoon visi'- Ore.and Floyd and Sue Adams, Warren, year class reunion at Mankato. Men- H N Whitemound Builders 4-H Club met Dodd, Carrington, N.D., and Cortney Charlotte Murray attended theopen day evening was spent with Sam and 4- e~s for the April ineeting. GyraWagner, Harlan, to celebrate their Cole Modlin. president, presided. Jeffery. house at the Montrose Chruch Parish wedding anniversary, ii There were also three guests and three Guests at the home of Rex andHouseforFloydandSueAdams,War- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth West will Members of Mankato Eager Bea- parents attending. Frances Weaverling were Bob and yen, Ore. Chris Weaverling, Hot Springs, Ark., Weekend guests of Bonnie celebrate their 72nd wedding anniver- vcrs4-HClubassistedVFWandAux- Sheila Lorence, leader, reminded sary May 29. They were married in iliary members with placing American members that enrollment changes are Darrell and Shirley Weaverling, To- Hamilton was her sister, Cheryl Formosoin 1931. flags on veterans graves in the Mount due by May I. The Relay for Life peka, Amis and Frieda Seals, Blanken, Clay Center; brother, Verl Mr. and Mrs Arnold Appleby, Hope Cemetery, Catholic Cemetery committeehasneedforhelpwithclean McPherson, and Jeff, Cindy and Levi Hedges, Rock Island, Okla.; sister-in- Corvallis, Ore., were house guests of and West Lutheran Cemetery for Me- up and concession stands June 14. Weaverling, Lawrence. law, Ann Hamilton, Wichita. Saturday Bert and Audrey Diamond. retrial Day weekend. Teresa Shipley. leader, reported it Dean Buster will be staying at the cousins Gall and Marj Wilson, Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Appleby, Mr. 4-H members and leaders who as- is time to sign up for the county camp home of Connie Tyler. He is improv- Home, Ore., visited, and Mrs. Dennis Appleby, Formoso, sisted were Hannah. Tyler and AJ at the Out Back Camps lbr this sum- ing and enjoys hearing from people. Verl Hedges, Rock Island, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson, Court- Eilert, Rob, Elizabeth, Luann and Paul Guests of Dale and Jeanne Free- attended the alumni banquet in Burr land, and Mr. andMrs. Bert Diamond Wilson, Dakota Walker, Beth. Emma mer. Scholarships are available. Superintendents are still needed for man were Margaret Hanson, York, Oak. met Friday evening for supper at acafe and Philip Mcnhusen, Samantha and the fair and are to sign up at the Exten- Ncb.,LindaEnglund, Holdrege, Neb., ApicnicdinnerwasheldintheCity and later visited at the Diamond home. Becky Dean, Kayla and MichellcsionOffice. TheannualT-shirtcontest and Kathy, Mike, Jessica and Devon Park, Mankato. Attending were Don Arnold and Gerry Appleby met McWilliams. Clara. Caleb and Karl is being held with the theme "Busy as Freeman. and Audrey Hamilton, Lorna classmates for lunch and attended the Eilert. Mike and Du3tin Waitc joined a Bee in 2003". June 3 is the Tuesday Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended McMillan, Bonnie Hamilton, Ralph Pike Valley Alumni banquet. They the group on Monda~ to retire the col- Happenings date. This club received a eighthgradegraduationofJohnSchlae- Hooton, LynnandSonjaScarrow, Tara were members ofthe 50 year ago class orsandrollzmdboxtiteflatzforstorage 'thank you' for contributions to the fli at Downs. Sunday dinner guests of Scarrow, Hays, Preston Scarrow and at Courtland High School. until another year. Family Fun Night. the Schlaefli's were Bill and Brandy friendLisa, Emporia, LloydandSharon Audrey Diamond attended the Jew- The club will donate $7 to the Kan- Schlacfli, Anne and Maryssa, Scarrow, Fairbury, Neb., Marjorie ell Alumni banquet Saturday evening, sasCitizensforEddcation.' McPherson, and Susan Elting and Lucas, Dr. Eddy Lucas, Ann Hamilton, She was the first gr/ide teacher |by the Whitemount Builders 4-H Reata, and a friend, Orleans, Neb. all of Wichita. WhitemoundBuilders4-HClubmet The Club will donate $39, gold Joan Lockwood, Great Bend, Bar- Dwayne, Cameron and Jonathan 40 year class, level to the Gavel Club Program. Tim and Mary Dodd were May 19 with five members and two bara Ohmstede, Guide Rock, Elaine Cockroft were visitors ofMr. and Mrs. houseguests of Rick and Sheila Dia- leaders answering roll call-- "'Things Sandra Benge will be admitted into the Heskett and GIoria Schlaefli had lunch Arthur Cockroft. mend. They allattended the gathering that make mc grouchy." There were club and a show of applause greeted together Friday at a cafe in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft at- for the 30 year class Saturday evening, also three parents and one guest, the new member after the confidential Elaine Heskett visited with her tended a family get together at the Nicolette Zeigler and Byron, Teresa Shipley, leader, reported a vote. prospect show June 21 and partici- Tuesday Happenings will includ'e a daughter's family, Carla and Andy home of Wendy Harris, Burr Oak, in Phillipsburg, were also weekend visi- pants need to sitzn up in the Extension talent show and a pet show. Coffinan and Caiden and Caenah. On honorofShaneMcCutcheonand friend tors. her way there, she stopped at Clinton and daughter of Kentucky. Guests of Rick, Sheila and Ashley office. There is a walk I J udging Con- Ashley gave a project talk about the Lake lor a visit with daughter, Cindy Visitors of Katherine Grimes have Diamond for a cookout were Tim and test on June 2, 1-4 p.m. at the Jewell self-determined project for the lair Weaverling and husband, Jeff She beenhersister, JeanJacobsandJean's Mary Dodd, Carrington, N.D., Edna County Courthouse. June 12. 9:30- which is redecorating her room. 3:30 p.m. there is Food and Crafts Landon gave parliamentary, discuss- was .joined in Gardner by her son's son Mike Jacobs, Tuscon, Ariz., and Moore, Ralph Hooton, Nicolette ProjectExplorationatthcJcwellCom- ing how to adjourn the meeting. Jason family, Randy and Lisa Peterson and niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Zeigler and Byron, Phitlipsburg, Den- gave a demonstration talk about the ' his andCynthiaClark and Derek Clark, munity Center. Burr Oak, Anthony Garcia and friend June3 at 2p.m. atthc JewellCounty digestive system of cows. .... ' Aloha Hillary, Hays, Richard Diamond, Bert Long Werm Care will be Tucsday Hap- The meeting was adjourned with penings. A t~t .,;.how and a talent show reciting the 4-H Pledge. Snacks were and Audrey Diamond, provided by the Modlin family. Look at the Mankato Wayne and Jo Dempsey recently will be held. .. ~' ...... ? went to Blue Grass, Iowa, and visited Tile Fashion Revue will be Satur- :. Flower Patch for your Darey and Jim Schmidt. While there day evening at the Threshing Bcc in Willing Workers / Mankato. Jami Bouray told members of For- they attended the graduation were Members discussed wearing club mosoWillingWorkers4-HClubabout • Jr. Miss flowers and Darcy and Jim received their master's T-shirts at the fair, but tile fair board the four steps of picture taking inher ' gifts for June 7 degreesin business administration from rules state that participants must wear photography project talk at the May 14 the University oflowa, IowaCity. Jim committee approved clothing .which meeting of FormosoWilling Workers is a Beloit High School graduate of Pl~~ i~~l ~ means 2003 fair T-shirts. If this club 4-H Club.. 1993 and Darcy is a Mankato High wantedtowcarclubT-shirtswewould Jami conducted the meeting at the School graduate of 1995. A gradua- have to st;u't e;u:ly and get the rcgula- fire station. Roll call was answered by 102 S. Commercial • Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3950 tion reception was held at the college. Ill Ill I I I ~ I I Auction will be held in the CommunitY Center n the South side of the square in Jewel/, Kan. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES Oak ladies drop front desk; Two oak dressers: queen Anne oak table with five leaves; Matching buffet; Square oak parlor table; 1920s desk; cedar chest; Singer treadle sewing machine; Red Wing lay-down chicken water; Two-gallon salt glaze target crock; Blue band crock pitcher; Aladdin hanging Model W lamp; Assortment picture frames; 25 creamer and sugars; Teardrop dishes (creamer, sugar, relish, heart shape divided dish, ruffled-top jelly, butter dish, cruet, small plates, divided = dishes, fruit bowl, serving bowls); Pink Princess Inc., cups, bowl, plates, cracker jar, water pitcher, sherbets, relish; Columbia Clear Depression Inc., (ruffled bowls, round serving bowl, saucers, cups, desert plates, butter, dinner and cake plates); Avon Cape Cod Inc.; dinner and desert plates, serving bowls, bread and butter plates, sauce dishes, bowls, cake plates, pie server, tidbit server, napkin dngs, water and wine goblets, water glasses, cups and saucers, mugs, tumblers, PLUS FREE FRONT DUALS! salt and pepper, candy, vases, candy, gravy, butter, candle holders, bells; Set of five Fostoria "American Milestones", elegant glass pitcher and glasses; 100 salt dips; Prince:ss dishes; Avon Mothers Day plates; Hen on nests, Bells, Child's card table; Assortment picture frames; Table cloths; Dollies; Cast iron tea kettle; Western bike; OiL jar; Gristmill; Jars; Assortment of other collectibles. HOUSEHOLD Two Lazy Boy recliners; Glider rocker with ottoman; Bentwood rocker; Flexsteel, 8-foot sofa; Queen-size bed with box springs and mattress; Two full-size bed frames; Zenith, 21-inch TV; Maytag washer and dryer; GE refngerator; GE microwave (like new); Singer Deluxe model 750 sewing machino in cabinet; Glass-top coffee table and end tables; Book cases; magazine table; Pedestal stands; Wood storage cabinets; Comer stand; high chair; night stand; Kirby upright vacuum Generation IV; Oven broiler; Electric grill; Table lamps; Window fan; Electric heaters; Luggage; Tupperware; Kitchen utensils; Mixer; Canner; Roasters; Coffee pots; Christmas items; Crochet thread; Sewing supplies; Cross stitch and quilting magazines; Craft patterns; Quilting supplies and patterns; Assortment new gift items; Knitting needles; large assortment fabric; Wicker baskets; Records; Assortment books; Games; Puzzles; Assortment of other items. 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SeeyourCase/HdeaMrflow I0 baskets; Cigar boxes; Buttons and pins; Two recliners; Swivel rocker; Blonde, three-piece bedroom set; Corner require high horsepower andmore hydraulics takeadvantageof/hisspecialEnancir~o#er. entertainment center; end tables and coffee table; Plant stands; Twin bed frame; Microwave; Card tables; Rugs; Pots and Pans; Radios; Bedding; luggage; Electric weed eater; Assortment of other items. CASE CREDIT SUBJECTTOCUSTOi ERCREDffOU/KJI:IC TIONCAS[CFEOff , ~. SI/tND/L~ TERM~ N, JD ~ APR.y. C&.qE CRE0ff RESERVES THE R~4T T0 ~L/We PROGR/~ Wl/HOUT NOTIC[ ISABELL STOEBER ESTATE I I I II I I I Auction conducted by: Hwy. 14, Jewell, Kan. o E-mail: Jewellimplement@nckcn.com Office 785-482-3262, Toll Free 1-877428-3261 • Beloit, Kan. 785-738-5933 8 meml~ers and 3 leaders. The officers and leaders gave reports. Thank you notes were received from Ronaid McDonald House and Deanna Sweat. Craft members made May Day baskets for grandmothers'and extension office MHS class of celebrates 50 Aa total ( High School Class of reunion. Those attending wet* Hill City, and Everson Salina; Jeanie workers. McCaela Nelson gave the labels report and Ashley gave the 4-H Sunday report. Members will participate in the VFW Flag Day Parade at Concordia June 14 and do a "show and share" program for Mt. Joseph residents. Ashley led singing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" in rounds. Jackie Jensen gave the parliamentary lesson on the "question of privilege." Ashley and her dog, Bitti, gave a demonstra- tion on obedience. The club will participate in 4-H Sun- day June 8 at Living Faith.Fellowship non, I11.; Nancy Teeple Church, Superior, andpresentaTues- non, I11; Lula day Happening program June i 0 at the Northglenn, Colo., Mankato Hospital LTC. Russell, Mankato; The Food and Craft Exploration is Samson, St. June 12 at Jewell. Members will at- Eddie;HaroldSteele tend 4-H camps this summer. Jacki and wife ,,y; C Bouray will attend4-HDiscoveryDa~,s Mankato, and wi at Kansas State University. Mankato, and wife PeggY; • Jensens and Masseys were hosts. Thompson Robinson The next meeting is June 8. band Ken; Joe Warner, wife Darlene; son, Mich., and guest Sallie Republic Pioneer Dora Lee Hancock Oh April 7, it was parents' night for Phillipsburg, and husband l the Republic Pioneer 4-H Club. Layne Teacher guests were Hoop's called the meeting to order. Marjorie Gibse Rhonda Bird called roll that was an- Charlene Belden swered by "The Best Part of 4-H is Sunday a pic •. ?" Roll was answered by 16 mem- bers and two leaders. , course. Ann Siemon Ost PaulaHobelmann ied ill parliamen- Milford joined the group. tarian procedure. Communications in- Verla Houser, Mankato, eluded a thank you from the Rundus and Mark Williams, family. Sherry Hoops gave the trea- Gerry and Donna and Bennie and Lois sury reportand reported the profit made Center, Melvin Zade, at the Ball sale. Betty Bouray stated there would be Outler, Loveland, Cole a cooking meeting held May 10 at I 1 son, Scottsdale, Ariz., a.m. at the Republic United Methodist Hanson, Schuy Church. All are to bring their favorite Watson, Minneapolis, pizza topping and drink of' choice. Howard Olson Shelton Membersaretoalsobringafiveminute lin Hancock, En Several ch a project talk. are Janice Platt Harmon, Shelley Kuhhnan gave the leader's Nev., Betty Gilliam relx~rtandtouchedonnmnycampdates, Juanitta Willett, Gwen 4-H family of the year and cookie Simmons and Irma dough sales. Kayllin. Miller was the Deceasedm¢ only one from the club doing this. The Campbell, Leonard Tiemyer family from WashingtonO'HaraPierce, JohnCaylor County is willing to offer their service S|uder Turner. teaching rabbit showmanship. It" inter- ested contact Kristie Nutsch at the extension office. Swine tagging was Class of '55 held April 12. Tile educational tour will be held Members of the Monday at 6:30 p.m at tile Tibbetts 1955 gathered at the home Funeral Home, Belleville. If this date Vader, Mankato, for an does not work, the calling tree will be andvisitingot used to notify members. July 13 an exchange meeting and McDill, Mankato; swimming will be held at Belleville. Tucson, Ariz.; Bill Tile club invited will be selected at the Fetrow, Mount Lake May meeting. Gerald and Marie Kevin Kuhlman led music with ell,Alana "God Bless America", and recreation. An evening meal Natalie Arbuthnot presented a was done Friday at project talk on quilt stripping and the Czirr, Superior. Those; steps in making a quilt. Layne Hoops Harlow Vader, Alic gave a talk on propagation and told of McDill, Suzette trees and shrubs members could propa- Marlyn Frost gate. HoytMcAtee, Happy birthday was sung to Kelsie Emil Rohla Kussman. Olena, Geneva; Mar' The next meeting will be held May StoneFali 6, 7:30 p.m at the Republic Commu- Goodrick, nity Center. The awards committee Beam Quigley, will serve as hosts, was received from Hedden Glendale Ariz. Hedden Jones, Dawson, Neb., Grover Rohla, Mesa, Marva; Eileen McKim Colorado Spring: • Bob; Bob Parsons Sherry; Jackie Camarillo ecall We have learned some copies Jewels, the history of Jewell County sq churches and cemeteries, distr Memorial weekend may have du missing pages. Incomplete books may be repair to the authors or the offices of the, County Record or The Superior ExpreSS' regret the inconvenience Your SEE TO LEARN*Friends remind you: Don't Duck Pre-School Vision Assessments Call today to schedMe a ~ tmion assemmmzt for )~our t~1ree-year old from a participating SEE TO Z2ARA~ optomelrist near you. 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