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Thursday, July 3, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B / .r II I I II IIII I I III I I IIII Illlll visited eld and at- wedding in attended the wed- to Bend Saturday. a sister and family, Sunday she visited brothers visited her brothers and Len and helped with Edgar, Neb., will be at Pike Valley and school term. L of Mary Powell. Brian Ben Powell, gas, at different Cockrofl had Meth- and Mr. and Mrs. and Patricia Reeves came from Mt. harvest. the Char- gi Calif., their Hill, their and husband and Brian and Company representatives get assistance from volunteer staff members as equipment will also be installed at Esbon Middle School. ;< west Kansas. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons, Guests of Joe and Mary Peters, Bob Simmons and Darlene Simmons, FeliciaandTiffany, wereSteveJohnson Bellevitle, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver andHeavenPeters,TanyaandTamika, Simmons, Red Cloud, and Mr. and Norton; Evelyn Johnson, Wade, Mrs. Dick Standley, Chico, Calif. of rain, Chaliegh, and McCaela, Cheyenne, Dinner guests of Ila Swartz honor- struck the For- Josie and Jackie Nelson, all of Court- ing their June birthdays were Marge 22. land. They celebrated Tanya's third Seybold and Virginia Peterson. Vir- Free visited Edna birthday. Tiffany returned home with ginia also had dinner with Dean and The celebrated Heaven for a visit. Viola McGowan in Superior. Barbecue guests of Jackie and FlorenceElliottspentthepastweek Nelson and JoVena Anderson were Butch and in Hays with the Hoffman family. and Delno Bessie Anderson, Tammi Pimentel, Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson were Keeler J.C. and Victor, andButchandBessie's guests in the Tracy Dilling home in and Alma Je grandson, Little Joe. RickyAnderson SalinaandvisitedwithTomandShelly weekend visi- of Virginia visited on Sunday. Moreen who are.moving to Fla. John Smith and Andrew, Jim Beam, Littleton, Colo., was a Ada Grimm and McPherson, were Sunday visitors of weekend guest of Clarence and Joyce Kenny and Bill and Connie Smith. , Beam. dinner guests Justin and Susan Sly and Kayla, Oleta Hobson celebrated her birth- Tycen and Belleville, were Sunday dinner guests daywithaneighborhoodcoffee.Guests Higer, Colt- of Dale and Ivah Hoard. were Jean Jensby, Helen Aurand, Grimm and Ben and Shirley Free were Sunday Maurine Clark, Donna Clark, Estaline supperguests of Bob and Becky Roush Bouray, Corabelle and Evelyn Sweet and Luke. and Norma Hobson. Calvin and Oleta ~d Alene Heinen. Dennis and Judy Appleby, Wayne also celebrated their birthdays with arrived last and Jo Dempsey and Dan and Lynn friends at a Hardy cafe. r and Kay Zimmer Dempsey had a barbecue at Lovewell Celebrating Katelyn Brown's 6th Lake. birthday at the home of Robert and , Tuttle, Alaina Brown and daughters Sunday of Howard and evening wereCarrie Anderson, Bentley Reoublic and Karen P er, the Mike Larson Williams, By Mrs.Z Alvin Petersen family, Bob and Vivian Brown and visited Forrest Deb Hiatt. Mankato, The Calvin Hobsons called on Renee News will be short this week as Mabel Eitzmann at the health care cen- a Sunday visi-Republic is trying to recover from the ter. battering of the storm. The senior citizens met at the United Calvin and Charlotte Seybold were Methodist Church for their June Meet- chigan and among those attending the 50th birth- ing. Ila Swartz attended 7-Up Club at day party honoring David Blecha, Marge Stafford's home. visited Ben and Kelvin Blecha, James Popelka, Jean Members of the John Charles faro- and Anika, Popelka and Richard SharaatMunden. ily,Hays, were weekend guests of Jean t guests. Edna Sankey's children and grand- and Mike Charles. John remained for a Mich., vis- children hosted abirthday party forher longer visit. Elwell and in the city park. Sarah. Carl and Patty Thomas entertained attended at their Republic home on June 19. Everyone loves praise. Look hard on Aging meeting Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence for ways to give it to them. seField Hannigan, ~tmad, of Russ and They visited the :few in south- t's auto 4 Jewell County offices and Solid Waste new playground equipment is assembled at White Rock Elementary School. New Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Olive Hill Ruth and Rosemary Hasemeyer, Lacey and Miranda Ward went to Be- By Rosemary Hasemeyer loit for Ruth's medical appointment. Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship hour at the Olive Hill Church were Ruth Giger, Superior, JeNae and Andrea Kort, Randolph. Ushers were Ken and Austin Winslow. The Country Women's Club met at the home of Nyla Webber, Superior. Jewell By Roberta Holdren " Jerry Collie, Wichita, visited his sister, Betty James. Stan Green, York, son-in-law of Ilene Alcoa had emergency sur- Twila Cool returned to an Omaha has- gery at the Mitchell County Hospital. pital for treatment of a fluid build up. Out of town'visitors at the Charles He had kidney surgery recently. Holdren home were Neva Ebeling, Donna and Gary Hanna, Riley, were Topeka; Bill Elniff, Randall; Bill, Betty Saturday guests of he mother, Vera and Beth Miss, Hays; Mary Folsom Dye. Dennis Dye, Hebron, called on and family, Wichita, and Edwin his mother the past week. Holdren. John Harvey took his father, Robert Susie McCarty and grandson, Long Harvey, to Salina for a medical ap- Island, Karl., visited Evelyn Divel. pointment. Harvest is in full swing. Ruth Hale, Juniata, visited her LeonardWiltseis anew residentat mother, Dee Ross. Jewell Apartments. Eleanor Calahan Paul and Linda Hutchinson were and Betty Mayhew vacated theif~part- Friday and Saturday guests in Colt- ments. \ Richard and Opal Brandon visited rado visiting Bruce and Rosemarie Wanda Russell, Bertha Greenber" g, Chapman. Callers in the home of Gerald and Irene Gaff and Ronnie Russell. Jacqueline Boyles were Marvin Boyles and Bruce Tinkham, Superior. Pastor Chuck and Violet Crabtree, Superior, were Sunday dinner guests of Herbert and Carolyn Alley. Ed Wharton, Superior, was a Fri- day dinner guest of Harold and Lama Wilton. Paul and Linda Hutchinson attended the Americruse Show, at Lincoln, Sun- day. Richard and Gloria Garman- Schlaefli were Sunday dinner guests of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a Superior cafe. Uallmg at the Hasemeyerhome were Nate Meyer, Bruce Tinkham, Jo Ann and John Rogers, Janice, Rodney, Bernice Nulty's granddaughter, Mellisa, and Josie and Marcia Nulty visited Bernice. Several from this area attended the play at Salina Community Theater. This ended the 2003 season until fall. Saturday evening supper guests of Gerald and Marie McAtee were Bruce and Cindy Barrett, the Lee McMillan family, the Jerod McMillan family and Damon and Devin Tatro. Pastor Terry Mayhew delivered his last sermon at Trinity Methodist Church Sunday. He was transferred to Plains, Kan. Terry and Mary and Betty Mayhew moved Friday. Don't cut comers. Celebrate safely as you Honor our country's birth~!! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 EQUAL ~0U|IN6 OPI~TUNI'P/ i i i i By Fawna Barrett Dixie Hart, Randall, and Don Nickell, who are observing their 50th wedding anniversary, were married July 12, 1953, at the Randall Commu- nity Church. She was the daughter of the late Gladys and Hubert Hart and a graduate of Randall Rural High School. Her cousin, Rev. James Gray, married them. They have two daughters, Patricia and husband, Greg Kilday, Lilburn, Ga., and Lisa and husband, Martin Brockett, Charlotte, N.C. Grandchildren are Zachary and Caroline Kilday and Amelia and Lauren Hart Brockett. A trip is'planned with their children to Charleston, S.C., in July. The Nickells have scheduled a Caribbean cruise this fall. Randall Senior Citizens met June 23 with 16 present for the carry-in dinner. Lynell Sheahan, vice presi- dent, led in the Pledge of Allegiance and the noon grace. She conducted the meeting after the meal. Vesta Conn reported on the birthdays and anniver- saries for June. The next meeting will be July 22. Rains in the northern part of the county sent Buffalo Creek out of its banks from Randall and east Monday of last week. It was strange to have flooding after no rain here. Another shower Saturday night and Sunday stopped harvest temporarily. Wheat was dumped on the ground just east of Randall Cemetery all this week and another dump site was started on the Greg McMillan land to accom- modate the abundant harvest. Jackie Hamilton came from Oregon last week to spend time with hermother, Doris Abram. The Kibbe aunts, Sue and Betty, and Kara Kibbe's mother, Mary Ann met at the church Saturday to quilt on Kara's quilt. Others quilting were Ivah Hoard and Fawns Barrett. Martha Kibbe added some stitches at another time to make it a true family heirloom. The blocks were made by a great grand- mother and set together by Mary Ann' s mother, Della Enslow. Susan Ross, Dravosburg, Pa., and Barb Paxson, Lenexa, spent the week- end with their father, Ralph Spiegel. Sue and Kenneth Kibbe, Houston, arrived Friday evening to visit family for several days. Ran and Jean Kibbe, Hutchinson, were weekend guests. The Bob Kibbe family, Martha and Jimmy Kibbe, Rons and Kenneths had Sun- day dinner at Gordon and Betty Kibbe's. Chris Kibbe was home for a few days to help his dad, Bob, with harvest. Whitney Hanson came Friday to spend several days with her aunt, Mary Shelton. They, Kevin and Joleta Shamburg had Sunday dinner with Gerald Mahin at Mitchell County Long Term Care. Neva Ebling and Norma Clark, Topeka visited Friday with relatives in Jewell and Randall. They ate dinner in Jewell with Bill Elniff, CeliaMcMillan and Thelma Given. Neva, Bill and Celia called on Charley and Roberta Holdr n, Roger and Kay Zimmer and Max and Thelma Elniff. The three women had coffee at Thelma Givens where Norma had spent the day. Vesta Conn accompanied Paul and Delores Blochlinger to Mankato re- cently to watch her great-grandsons play baseball. Dean Berneking, Junction City, made a business trip to this area Fri- day. She called on Connie Dunstan, Jewell, and had lunch with Barb McMillan. Bruce and Connie McMillan visited Alan and Barb Sat- urday. Iris Bea and Glenn Braddock, their daughter, Fauna Woods and family, brought Alma Risher, all of Manhat- tan, to Jewell in a motor home to visit with Allene Spielman. Alan and Bar- bara McMillan arrived in time to "~isit with them also. Junior and Phyllis Wilson took Vesta Conn and Cindy and David DeLeon to Jewell lor dinner Sunday, Lana and Joe LaCost and Ruth Rhodes called on Joe and Maxine Anderson. Donna Sue Trussell called. the Andersons recently to tell them her grandson was cancer-free. Bonnie (Lovseth) Anderson phoned them re- cently to visit. Vickie and Scott Fenner came to help with the Vetter harvest. Saturday, Cliff and Nevada Vetter attended the funeral of a second cousin, Garron Finney in McPherson. Sunday evening guests were cousins, Max and Willie Gates, San Antonio. Lynell Sheahan hosted DD. Bridge June 25. Freda Denio was present with her daughter, Marilyn, from Colorado. The basketball team, of which Shelby Barrett is a member, won first place in the MAYB tourney in Randall last weekend. Tom and Maureen Kerrigan and family visited Lynell and Richard Sheahan. They cleaned up tree and damage at the Sheahan farm from the June 22 storm. II I I I I II Panorama By Fawns Barrett Cloud patterns have been beautiful and unusual recently. One evening, a giant frog was picking away at a cliff- shaped cloud as if digging a hidey- hole. Not green, this frog was fluffy gray with a silvery shadow of light encircling the scene. Another day, a great deep gray cap formed overhead. Thunder echoed several times and before you knew it, the cloud was gone with nary a drop of rain in town. Harvesters were driven from the field; water ran from the end of terraces and a scant half-mile away, combines kept running in fields amid a cloud of dust. You might say it was polka dot ram.across,the county, eacb, ' shower hitting just a small portion Of' land. 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