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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 2, 2011 JewellByRobertaHoldren Word has been received in Jewetl of the death of Marie Menhusen, wife of the late Gordon Menhusen formerly of Jewell. Marie was killed in the tor- nado that struck Joplin. Mo. Bette Willmeth visited a few days with her daughter, Connie, in Denver. Whilethere, Bette attended the gradu- ation of a grandson. Sam was a weekend guestofJeanine Seamans. Sandra Kingston and girls of Wash- ington were Saturday visitors of June Saint. Saturday the annual Poppy Day din- ner sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the community room. More than 130 attended. Among them were Jim Nulty Jerry and Judy Salsbury, their son and wife and son. Brenda Clark, Wayne Owen, Betty Belle Treffer Smith, Dennis and Jenile Burks. Mary Everson and husband. Jack Birdsell. Gary and Jane Gordanier. Jack Willmeth and wife. Beth and Janice Bohnert, Betty Bourbon, Sandra Kingston, and Lenora Axelson and husband. Terry and Polly Elniff, John and Marilyn Zimmerman. The oldest graduate to attend the Jewell High School Alumni events, Saturday evening, was Kathryn (Gallagher) Eilert. 94. She resides in the Hilltop Assisted Living, Beloit. I i Larry and Shirley Seamans of Russellville, Ark., were weekend guests of Jeanine Seamans. Terry and Polly Elniff and Cathy (Elniff) O'brien ofAshville, N.C., were Saturday callers at the home of Roberta Holdren. Larry Smith of Wichita and John and Mary Snelgrove of St. Paul, Minn., were weekend guests in Jewell. They attended the banquet and visited Lucile Ozmun and Gene and June Butts. Hugo and Donna Kickhaefer of Herrington were weekend guests of Carolyn Abram. Nick and Yvonne Keiss visited June and Gene Butts on Saturday. Sunday Bette Willmeth, Pat and Bob Willmeth, Steve and Marsha Bartsch, Philip Willmeth and family, Darrek Willmeth, Arleta Johnson, Frances Willmeth, Eve Willmeth and family and Richard Willmeth were guests at the home of Dale Willmeth. Sunday the churches of Jewell held their annual Memorial Day Service at the Jewell Christian Church. It was an impressive service and when it closed with the playing of Taps, those present were proud to be Americans. A much welcome rain came to Jewell this week and caused the water in Lake Emerson to run over the dam. Three years ago, May 29, was the date for the Jewell tornado. Their has been a lot of changes since that day, but it is a day none of us want to have repeated. Friends met after the Jewell High School Alumni banquet Saturday at Susie McCarty' s home. Those attend- mg were Wayne Ruud of Concordia, Marilyn and Reed Griest of Jewell, Jerry Broadbent of Jewell, Corky Kelley, South Hutchinson, Jim Kelley Topeka. Janelle and Dennis Burkes, Midwest City, Okla., Mary and Jim Warnock of Piedmont, Okla., Aileen McCune of Newton, Lenora and Don Danielson of Belleville, Larry Smith of Wichita, Marilyn and John Zimmerman of Salina, and Judy and Jerry Salisbury of San Antonio. Texas. Phil and Patty Collie of Arizonia are visiting Betty James and other Jewell relatives. Members of the Jewell Class of 1951 who attended their 60 year class reunion were (from left) Donna (Wheat) Kickheafer, Lila (McAlavy) Mizner and Fawna (Arasmith) Barrett. Members of the Jewell CLass of 1941 who attended their 70 year class reunion were groin eft) June (Arasmith) Saint, Carol (Oplinger) Bourbon and Marjorie (Divel) Hartsel. They are holding their balloon flowers. Are you LOOKING for a new bank? • Friendly - Full Service • Debit cards ° Open until 5 porn. Fridays ° Internet banking THAT'S US! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 i.q 785-739-2212 t 11 ............. "L. __ I ] I I I ] In Grain Bins • Eaton • GSI .Grain Eauioment - • Sukup • Hutchinson • Neco • DMC • York Legs • GSI Dryers Buildings , Vac ro-Pruden • American Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial 785-781-4383 ° 800-221 -4383 604 Wisconsin • P.O, Box 17 • Cawker City, Kan.67430 Contact Dick Wise or Doug Pruitt for estimates. -Commercial-Agricultural- Industrial - Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling ° Concrete Members of the Jewell Class of 1961 who attended their 50 year class reunion were were (back row, from left) Jerry Collie, Paul Matter, Wayne Owen, Jim Birdsell, Mary (Smith) Snelgrove, (front) Sue (Loom s) Creitz, Judy (Divel) Burchett, Shirley (Sprenger) Wessling, Nancy (Dalrymple) Streit and Janice (Slate) Schumacher. Members of the Jewell Class of 1971 who attended their 40 year reunion were (from left) Gary Gordanier, Marsha (Willmeth) Bartsch, Nick Keiss, Melinda (Headrick) Rose, Dirk Durant, Betty (Bourbon) Harding and Greg Wilson. longtime friends. R mdall Friday to Monday guests of Leota i By Fawna Barrett Clawson were Beverly and Charles Elliott, Marcia Koch, Seth and Megan, - - _ =, ..... i o Susan Hinkhouse, Susanna Stout and Randall received more than six NormanGreene.andhersister, Tammy RyanGalloway.JayandVickyMahin, inches of rain in about 28 hours last Baird. They attended the Poppy Day Matt Mahin and Tara Mahin joined week. Water was over the road north Dinner and the Jewell alumni banquet, them for meals and conversation. The andeastofRandallandlotsoflowland Gary was a member of the 40 year Mahins brought the supper Friday flooding along Buffalo Creek. class, night. Yvonda and Bill Gray visited The Jewell County Readers will Nevada Vetter visited Sheila them Saturday before attending the meet at 2 p.m. Monday at the Randall McReynolds and grandchildren Mon- Jamestown High School reunmn. Library day afternoon. Roger Houghton was guestofhonor Nevada Vetter and Elaine Peters Callers of Ila McElroy during the at a fish fry held at the home his par- wenttotheNatomaHighSchoolalumni holiday weekend were Laura, Adam ents. Charles and Della Houghton. The banquetSaturdayevening Nevadaand and John Barta and Donald Johnson. ocassion was his 50th birthday. His four other classmates were celebrating Celia McMillan and Bill Elniff at- family was also present. their 65th year reunion, tended the Koster family reunion in Sherilyn and David Kadel visited D.D. Bridge Club met with Marilyn Jewell Sunday. Sunday with her mother, Arlene Griest last Wednesday. Alan and Barbara McMillan and Pankratz. Her aunt, Marcella Mohn. Phil and Kristi Vetter and girls at- Brenda Holmes attended the funeral of and sister, Donna, and Tim Diener tended a horse show in Osborne Sun- Doris "Dean" Berneking in Junction were also present. A few other rela- day. Kristi and Brooke participated. City Tuesday. Barb and Dean were fives stopped to visit. Raelyn Bolte was in the pre-school r ...... program and graduation in Courtland Friday evening. They did a little play, Pest Control songs and other things learned during the year. Attending were her parents.  & Lawn Servic Julie and Frank Bolte. and sister. Jocelyn, lla McElroy, Bonnie Bolte. SERVINGTHISAREAFOROVER5OYEARS! Dennis Conn, Jennifer Joynes, Kelly Flavin and family. Cade Cooper, Andy Insect-Rodent Control and Kinley. A reception followed. Jocelyn Bolte left early Monday 00'#Sentricon Monthly - Bi-Monthly & morning with other students from Pike ColonyEliminationSystern SeasonalServicesAvailable Valley to visit Washington, D.C. Gary and Jane Gordanier were ho li- " ..... 109West 51h, Coneordia, Nan. day guests of his parents. Lee and Neil ";OrROL 785"243-2554° 1"800"748-8184 Gordanier, and her parents. 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Myrna and Kevin Shelton hosted the annual Shelton picnic Sunday evening x)ith family and friends at- tending. There were 27 in attendance. Cheryl Anderson and Cheri Lundgren were Saturday and Sunday guests of Joe Anderson and took him to the various cemeteries. Other callers were Mrs. Bill Rhodes and Lance, Great Bend, the Joe Aaron Anderson family, Norton, and Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson. Last Monday, Fawna Barrett at- tended the Solomon Pre-School pro- gram in which Isaac Wood had a part and stayed the night with the family. She delayed coming home because of the heavy ram. Last Wednesday she attended the funeral for a cousin, Fern Tucker, at Jewell. Several from Randall attended the Jewell alumni banquet Saturday evening. Book Club meets Monday at Randall The Jewell County Readers will meet at 2 p.m. Monday at the Randall Library to discuss "Water for El- ephantS." Linda Woerner will be mod- erator for the afternoon. All interested readers are welcome. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Contrasts in land are seen between Jew’ll County and Republic County north of Highway 36 were evident when traveling a different country road. Northern Jewell County is hilly. Some are abruptly steep and level spots axe sporadic. Republic County features flat fields io the Republican River valley. Irriga- tion equipment marches in place to be ready when needed, Random farm- steads exhibit the owner's caring with buildings m good repair, yards are mowed and gardens planted. To be truthful, there are a few aban- doned farmsteads. Shingles or maybe most of the roof is missing from a barn or a house. A forlorn look of shame is reflected in the splintered siding, a collapsed garage or workshop and the choppy grass or weeds overflow in what was once a thriving yard. Free fishing, kids' contest this week at Lovewell park Free Fishing Weekend for the Kan- sas Department of Wildlife and Parks is set for Saturday and Sunday, On those days fishing licenses will not be required to fish any Kansas waters including Lovewell Reservoir. How- ever, vehicle and camping permits are still required at Lovewell and all Kan- sas state parks. The popular Kids Fishing Derby is set for Sunday. Park and wildlife area staff and many area businesses, is spon- soring this annual event. Participants again this year will have the opportu- nity to win the $200 Don Cart Memo- rial Savings Bond. The family of Don Cart, a former Concordia resident and avid Lovewell area outdoorsman, has donated this bond. Registration is from 8 a.m. to noon at the state park office. with early registration prizes awarded to the first 50 who register. The weigh- in is set for 3 p.m. at the marina parking lot. Anglers will be divided into two age brackets: 7 and under, and 8 to 15 years old. Prizes will be awarded for the most pounds of fish and biggest fish in each of the age brackets, plus all participants present at the weigh in are eligible for prizes drawn at random. Area businesses and individuals have donated more than $1,000 in prizes and gift certificates for the event. Mankato t .i, Jerry and Alice Kinsey attended a dance recital at Hays on Thursday night. Their granddaughter, Kayla Noller, daughter of Alison and Nathan Ryan of Russell, was one of the dancers. Michelle and Mark Schmidt and Molly and Anna Swank also attended. On Friday the Kinseys were in Wichita where they watched their grandson, Matt Swank, participate in the discus and the 4x4 relay at the state track meet. Matt placed seventh in the dis- cus. but the relay team failed to make it into the finals. Carl and Sharon Oliver, Wamego, and Sarah Jane Russell, Lawrence, Kan., were weekend guests of Jerry and Alice Kinsey. Carl attended his 55th year class reunion in Burr Oak and Sarah Jane attended her 40th year class reunion in Mankato. On Saturday the Kinseys and the Olivers visited Darold and Loretta Hiatt and Valdean Hiatt and attended the Lady Vestey parade, all in Superior. Caitlynn McCreight will attend Girls State this week Caitlynn McCreight of Jewell has been chosen byAmerican Legion Aux- iliary Unit 72 of Jewell to attend the 68th annual session of Sunflower Girls State of the University of Kansas Lawrence campus. Sunflower Girls State will be June 5 through 10. Caitlynn i's the daughter of Robert and Marisa McCreight. Joining approximately 325 other young women who have just com- pleted their junior year of high school, Caitlynn will "Learn by Doing" the political system involved in the gov- ernment of Kansas. Beginning at the city level, advanc- ing to county and the state, the girls will register to vote, file nomination papers, conduct political campaigns, and prepare and present speeches. Kylie Martin. Manhattan, is the 2010 Governor of Sunflower Girls State and will preside at the sessions. Kelsey Rowe, Topeka, the 2010 Lt. Governor will be assisting. The girls are housed in Ellsworth Hall and theinauguration will be held in the Lied Performing Arts Center. During the week, speakers on gov- ernment at the various levels will share their expertise with the girls. They will have the opportunity to ask questions about these individuals' responsibili- ties in government. Speakers will in- clude Sam Brownback, governor of Kansas; Kris Kobach, secretary of state; Mrs. Trish Ward, department presi- dent of the American Legion Auxil- iary; and other state, county and city officials. Anne Werner, Axtell, is the 2011 director of Sunflower Girls State. Michele Eckermann. Harlan. I0wa, will serve as assistant director. A staffof50 American Legion Auxiliary members and former Girls Starers volunteer m service to this program. .00R00MPH Dow A gr',;ciemx Corn, Sunflower & Grain Sorghum  Leon Boden, Ooa/er :I 785-786-3771 Cell: 785-545-6302  LAND AUCTION 191 Acres of grassland, creek bottom farmground and wildlife. This is excellent hunting land. Monday, June 13, 6:00 p.m. Sale location: Auction Palace, 3127 Us 24 Highway, Beloit Kan. Land Location: 14 miles South of Beloit on Highway 14 to V road, 1.5 miles west and .5 mile North on Vicent Lane. Seller: Gregory E. Bryant For futher information, Contact the Auctioneer: Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate Beloit, Ks 67420 (785)738-2010 (office) • (785 738-2133 (residence) (785) 738-8677 (ce11)-1-800-577-7336 toll free email us at gzare@nckcn.com web: www.zauction-palaee.com See our website for full salebill and pictures t r II This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, May 27 10 8 (Light Run of Cattle) Black steers 566 152.50 10 Black heifers 584 135.50 Black steers 628 137.00 12 Mix heifers 567 135.50 Bulls: 84-92; High Cows: 68-78; Low Cows: 45-55; Pairs: Up to 1,775. Consigned for Friday, June 3 Our Last Sale Until Friday, July 8 60 mix heifers, 800. Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Gel/785-545-6784 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Cell 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, Ce//402-879-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Co//785-545-8366 i