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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 12, 2003 I I I IIIIIIIII By Elaine Clark ii Elaine Stafford is a patient at the and Bev Hall, all of Courtland, John Salina Regional Health Center. and Patty Pillard, Salina, Brad Glessner Jack and Sheila Haskins of Con- andMarciSwanson,Assaria, Mattand necticutwere.recentvisitorsofJames Pam Allen, Belleville, All Allen, and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle. Wellington, Roger and Kay Zimmer Robert Balch, Woodward, Okla., and Guy and Deanna Mitchell. visited his parents, George and Nadine Trystin Brown was a guest of Jeff Balch. and Brenda Koster. Billy Bishop, Bladen, Neb., and John Peters was a guest of Pernell Stephanie Watson, Bobby, Sarah, and DeAnn Peters and Katie, Topeka. Mandy and Spencer, Burlingame, vis- Gary andChrystalMassey,Clifford, ited Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark. Britanny andCody camped at LoveweU Bob Grimes, Cheney, Wash., vis- Lake. Gerald and Margaret Morrell ited Brad Kepler. joined them. Clifford and Britanny par- Visitors ofJoyce Patrick wereRuth ticipated in the fishing derby on Sun- Hedstrom, Courtland, Vera Reed and day. Gene Clark. Joe and AmandaBrown were guests ShirleyFree,NancyHowelI,Gloria of Marc Kelly and friend, Kristen, at Massey, Elaine Clark, Robert and Ada Derby. Grimm and Dan and Janet Higer, Ann KePler visited Katherine Travis, Tycen and Mason, Mankato, Grimes at Mankato. visited Kenny and Becky Huber. Kay Zimmer and Bey Hall, Court- Kenny and Becky Huber attended land, attended the birthday party of the fishing derby at Lovewell Lake. Jordan Davis, hosted by Brian and Travis and Tycen participated. Kim Joerg. Dale and Ivah Hoard attended the Wayne and Rita Allen, and John ball games of their grandchildren, and Patty Pillard, Salina attended the Kayla Sly and Trenton Mitchell. Allen Family Reunion Saturday at the Nelson and MernaKeeler and Jerry Scandia American Legion Hall. Kinsey, Mankato, and Bob Grimes, Mindy Dunstan, Manhattan, vis- Cheney, Wash., visited Ann KePler. ited Steve and Loreita Dunstan and Phyllis Hurd returned after a visit Tyler. with Mike and Roxan White, Charlie, Attending the Jewell County Junior Adam and Marly, Midland, Texas. Miss program at Mankato were Karla RobertandAdaGrimmvisitedJerry Fleming, Loreita Dunstan, Mindy Lynn and Candy Massey, Bruce and Dunstan and Tyler Dunstan. Liilie, Hardy. James and Shelly Haskins, Corey Kyle Haskins played baseball with and Kyle were Sunday visitors of Rita the Mankato Pep Wee team Thursday Lutz at Concordia. and Friday nights. They won both Dinner guests of Brad KePler at games. Mankato were Ann Kepler, Formoso, Kay Zimmer and Bev Hall, Court- Nelson and Merna Kepler and land, attended high school graduations KatherineGrimes,allofMankato,Julie of Bev's grandchildren, Josh Ruffu, Bourbon, Jewell, and Kristen Dewey, Becky Ruffu, Jennifer Van Horn and Beloit. Stephanie Van Horn at Burleson, Mark and Karla Fleming, Amanda, Texas. Levi and Kyle, attended the fishing TylerDunstan wonthe Junior Mis- derby at Lovewell Lake. Amanda, ter Award at the Jewell County Junior Levi and Kyle participated. Miss program at Mankato. VisitorsofJackieandJovenaAnder- Rick and Stacy Allen, Alyssa, son were Butch Anderson and Virgil Ashley and Analisa, Lee's Sumit, Mo., and Linda Scott, South Haven. They were guests of Wayne and Rita Allen. put up a new flag pole for Jackie. Helping them with a surprise birthday party/'or David Allen at Pinky's were Ron Allen, Gerald Allen, Mike Allen Believe in love at first sight. If you grew or harvested Non-StarLink TM Corn in 2000 you may qualify for part of the $110,000,000 [ wifnout incurring our ~. LF.X is na c low firm and is not affiliated wi6 c~y porlies rehtd to There will be a gO-hour Certified Nursing Assistance class beginning: at Jewell County Hospital will run /he following dates and tknes: June 23-27 and July 7-11 * 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. July 14-15 * Noonto5 p.m. Instructar.Yicki Mey , FIN, C Cost:. $250 plus $35 far and $10 testing fee Class size is limited so please call today if you are interestedt!! Carolyn Weslin, Program Coordinator 785-527-5562 Auction will be held in the Community Center on the South side of the square in Jewell, Kan. at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 21 CAR 1994 Buick LeSabre Limited, 4-door car, automatic, all electric, 3800 engine, 27,633 actual miles ANTIQUES Walnut Duncan Phy e table and four chairs; 30s round end table; 30s vanity; 30s cedar chest; Oak six.drawer White treadle sewing machine; Floor lamp; Marlin 30-30 rifle; Unmarked RS Prussia sugar; six-inch cut glass relish; German covered pitcher; Hand painted, covered Nippon bowl; Two Haviland plates; 1893 World's Fair flash cup; 10- place set Norltake Embasy with extra serving pieces; six-place Noritake Provi al orange glasses; Six-place iiKasa stoneware; Eastern Star pieces; Covered compote; England cup and saucer; Cambridge creamer and sugar; 10 sherbets, 12 goblets and 12 plates berry etched Bavaria plates; Glass basket; Lefton vase and girt; Jadite-cover dish; McCoy frog; Hull vases; Frankoma Kansas p ate; Cake stand;Vases; Mgunnes; Nane- painted creamer; Cat pitcher; Green measure bowl; Refrigerator dishes; Glass rolling pin: hand-blown glass birds; Hand-painted relish; 12-place set 1847 Rogers silverware; Assortment silver plate; Oak shelf; Hobnail dresser lamps; Christmas items; Fa all plastic '#nite M toy tractor; Several figurines; large assortment cosjume lewelry m,a s folding wood chair; Kerosene lamps; Dazey 40 chum; Bumt wood box; coke tray; Aluminum ice bucket and coasters; Donald Duck and Orphan Annie puzzles; Guy Lombardo music; Cook books; Sadd iron; Cookie cutters; Peters ammo box; Two Coleman mantle lamps; Assortment of other collectibles. HOUSEHOLD 14th & Burlington Hastings, NE 800-508-4629 Cherry three-piece bedroom set; Oak entertainment center; Oak kitchen table four chairs; L ry Boy brown and beige rectiner; Charles green couch-extra long; Mauve recliner; Glider rocker; Frigidaire 16-cubic inch upright freezer; Zenith 25-inch system 3 TV; RCA 25-inch TV; Jewelry chest; Oak night stand; Three-piece 60s limed oak bedroom set; Pillow top Restonic mattress and box springs; End ta.b!es; Grin hide-a- bed; Frigidaire microwave; Wood arm sofa with coffee table; wni[e el rlc sewing machine in ease; Folding rocker; Drop-leaf table and two chairs; Serving cart; Four- drawer cabinet; Metal one-door cabinet; Painted drop-leaf table; Two large gold frame wall mirrors; Hoover canister vacuum; Kitchen utensils; Roaster; Ice cream freezer; Coming ware; Rowers; Towels; Bedding; Sewing items; Fans; Paper back books; Luggage; Aluminum step ladder; Garden tools; Bench grinder; Skill saw; Saber saw; Small assortment hand tools Auction conducted by Thummel Auction Beloit, Kansas 785-738-5933 A d ~ ~ Q : .... f)de. . a-Dentonla By Ruth L. Obert i,,i The cousins pf the Lucky family got together for a reunion at Kensington Sunday. Those attending were Maude Keller, Lucile Clark, Megan Findley, Mr. and Mrs. Lance McDowell and family, Nicki Grauerholz and Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. John Struckhoff and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Giese and fam- ily, Arnold, Audrey Young, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ritter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Standley and Dorintha Standley went to Kansas City for the wedding of Mrs. Merrill Standley's son. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Manchester, Carie, Taz and Chris attended the Riverless Festival at Phillipsburg. Nola Bess Atwood is sharing gar- den lettuce with neighbors and friends. Taz Manchester is playing T-ball this summer. Lebanon Music Club put on their musical program Friday and Saturday night. Joyce Kattenberg ate dinner with the Ernie Kattenbergs Wednesday. She then went to her daughters at Norton and returned to her home in Salina. Lynette Bartley, (left) emcee for the Junior Miss event, and Moriah Wagner, last year's Junior Miss and present Kansas Junior Miss, quiz Lance Winslow and Tyler Dunstan about how they prepared for the evening's program. Winslow was last year's Junior Mister and Dunstan won this year's event. .all By Fawna Barrett Randall councilmen sworn in Roger Houghton was sworn in to his reelected position on the Randall City Council and non Kelley was sworn in to the remaining open position. All positions are now filled. Routine business was conducted. Summer Reading will continue on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. at the Randall Library. Amy Topliffis the story teller and board members will be helping the same time to help with prepara- came later in the afternoon. They are DuclosFoundation. TheCouncil will with crafts, tions. Seth graduated on May 31. here to visit relatives for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mahin, Kansas There were parties before and after the WandaRussellvisitedtheWilsonsone check into this matter. City, are visiting his dad, Howard event. Other family attending were day last week. Council discussed possible solu- Mahin. TwoniecesofHoward's, Alice SusanHinkhouse, Susanna Stout, Tara Roger and Jan McCollough and tions for repairing the street near the and Elizabeth (Hougland relatives), Mahin, Debbie and Dennis Galaway, family were in McCook, Neb., to at- Co-op Service Station. No action was taken until further information can be stopped to visit one evening.Ryan Cairn, and Beverly and Charles tend the wedding ofaniece, the daugh- obtained. Rex Lienberger and friend, Debby Elliott. The Elliotts went to Houston to ter of Joan (McCollough) and Ron Young, visited Gerald and Virginia visithisclassmate, VaughnandNadine Allen. Lienberger Virginia's birthday. They Flinn, before retuming to Wfchita. Cindy and David DeLeon took her Panorama had supperout. Darrell Conn and his grandson, sister, MarleneKenyon, toherhomein Richard Given visited his mother, Brayden Corm, visited his mother, Kansas City. Marlene is continuing to By Fawna Barrett Carrie Kristen Scholars (NSCS) i national, non- tion. Founded in ate students who The society w principle that a responsibility ahd a duty to "NSCS prov for students, like nized for their accomplist executive director. have the opportuni achievin ing leadership ,, civic responsibility. Behrends business Carrie aria lege of Business Kansas State 2004 academic Lynell Sheahan presented estimates for the installation of a new or used were present. Charlotte Anderson attended ball heating system for the Randall Public $750 is awarded games in Hill City to watch her grand- Library. Sheistogathermoreinforma- Dr. Yar Ebadi. children play. tion and report back. Phyllis and Junior Wilson had din- Jill Ramsey presented a request of i support in behalf of the Randall Public D isla atch grandson, SethKoch. Seth is the so of ner out with Jesse and Alta MaP Library of obtaining a 501 (c)letter Marcia and Mike Koch. AnotherBarnason in Red Cloud. A brother, ,1. daughter, Kathy McMahen, arrived at Harold and Velda Wilson, Alaska, "frm the Ins needed in order to apply By Edna for a grant from the Leva and Frank Greeters S Pictorial cancellations at Formoso The Formoso ~ost Office will hold a pictorial cancellation Friday, June 20 to commemorate the completion of the fire hall. The second window will be open to handle the cancellations from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come in and pick up a cancel- lation of your choice for home town heroes. The 45 cent hero stamp will be available. Another week of misty, rainy weather accompanied by fog some mornings. What a delightful start to the month of June. Cool temperatures. Coats feel good in the morning and by afternoon, temperatures have risen to wonderfully warm. Dew hangs heavy until toward noon. The land is rich with deep, moist soil which hasn't been experienced for a number of years. What a wonderful seed bed for milo and feed that is being planted now. Wheat continues to ripen with the fields more yellow than green. Large heads are filling, causing the stalks to constantly move with the wind--to and fro, this way and that. About the only shortage is water in the ponds. Rains have been generous. One inch or more a week. However, the thirsty ground drinks most of it. Farmers keep hauling water to live- stock as a daily task. Still, Kansas is truly beautiful. Thelma Given. Ocie Miller also vis- Vesta Conn. recuperate after emergency surgery. ited. Nick Rider, grandson ofLynell and Supper guests of Cindy and David Mary Shelton ate dinner with her RichardSheahan,wastransferredfrom were Kevin, Zach and Megan Shelton dad, Gerald Mahin at Mitchell County Wichita to Mercy Hospital, Manhat- and Tessa Douglas. Long Term Care. tan, where he will continue physical Betty and Gordon Kibbe met Janice Kathleen and Max Bartleson therapy. Lynell visited him. Matthews and Shirley Larson forsup- camped in the Beloit park for a couple Shannon St. John participated in per in Concordia. ofdaysontheirreturntotheirhomein the state Special Olympics at Wichita. Ben Black moved back into his Colorado Springs. Pauline McMillan Sherilyn and David Kadel met home recently. He has done extensive spent some time with them and they Jenny, Jeff and Austin Price in Colby work since the interior was heavily visited their sister, Lucille Howard. Friday. Jenny and Austin came home damaged by fire several months ago. Pauline visited Marcia Nulty, Melanie with them to visit for a week. Bourbon and little Josie Strathman in Celia McMillan, Bill Elniff and Jewell. Fawna Barrett visited Gerry Joerg Leota Clawson returned SundayTuesday. Celia and Bill were Sunday from a two week trip to Dayton, Texas, dinner guests of their niece. Maggie to attend high school graduation of her and Jerry Hart. Several of their family Schoen. Passage St Ephesians morning was "The: Passage Sunday 7:37-39. "The Holy Spirit: ing." George Eakin had message. The Rev. Joel Grand Rapids, M Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cimarron, visi Giesen. Orlin were church Happy birthday June 14. tal Happy anniversary Koops, June 10. (Last week' Greeters Tanis. Passage Ephesians i: Duty 24/7". pas was Genesis 1 Theme was Worthy". ., Mr. and Mrs. Oa! Iatest in Colognes Colo., are Mr. and Mrs. City, Mr. and Mrs.. Denver, Colo., Ottes. Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial * Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3183 What do YOU expect from a bank? Operating Loans? .IV. O, W, Checking? Free Checking for Students? We have those and more at: of The Jamestown State Bank ,.-- RANDALL, IAEND, ER 785-739-2212 KAN. 66963 1; Opal 3; Helen Miller, June 6. 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