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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 15, 199,3 Ionia Local News By Janice Henningsen ' bride elect of Brian Simmelink, to Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sutton. Buford and Fern Tucker toured Lovewell Lake Friday af- ternoon and visited Shane Hest- ing, who is employed at the lake this summer. Saturday Paul and It has been raining everyin Salina Friday evening.Ruby Hesting, Cody Lyons, Bu- night this past week. Some Br.et Simmelink celebrated ford and Fern Tucker, Sharon anaounts have been quite large, his 10th birthday last Saturday. Snook and Cory had a picnic at The Waconda Lake is rising Mr. and Mrs. William Beck Shane's trailer and attended the each day mad is as high as it has were guests of Mr. and Mrs. been. Dale Simmelink and Jessie Sat- Don and Ruby Sutton and urday evening. Richard mad Pearl Diets, Joan White, Fairbury, was a Concordia, visited Opal Hall at July Fourth guest of Jean Rose. Sterling last Wednesday. Monday they went by train to Mr. and Mrs. Buford Tucker visit their mother, Agnes Sim- and Cody Lyons hosted a birth- melink, at Madras, Ore., for the day bmbecue for Sharon Snook, week. and Cory, Beloit, last Saturday. Warren and Ruth Diecker, Later they viewed fireworks in some of their family and Marie Glen Elder. Sunday they attend- Burdett had a picnic at the Jew- cd the church potluck dinner in ell County Lake July Fourth Beloit. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slate vis- Visitors of Nellie Compton ited Dorothy Borger Sunday last Sunday to attend church and evening, take Mrs. Compton to Glen Loren and Jason Dick, Salina, Elder to dinner were Agnes visited Nellie Compton Wednes- Dick, Joan Hill and Patty Myers day, June 30. They viewed a and sons. video in the afternoon. live owls wildlife lesson. Sun- day Hesting presented a wildlife lesson on big mouth bass. Peggy Colson was Worship and Vaden Davis were guests of Scott Jeffery gave a report from Josh leader for church Sunday. Rhon- Jeri and Edward Shute Sunday junior high camp. Two special and Cindy da Simmelink sang a solo for evening, numbers were furnished by Dil- Hastings. special music. Vanessa Engel- Tom Shute was a guest of ion relatives. Janel and Erin Ardeam bert and Kamey Thomas were "~ .... "" Kim and Alan Davis and family Fenster played their violins and had most candlelighters. Sunday evening a mens' quartette, Steve Dillon, Frank and Patty Deimart, Keith McNichols, Ron Dillon were Brace Towanda, were guests several ( 4-H News and John Dillon, sang. Jan Dil- Ben, days this past week of Cecil and Delilah Pate, Esbon, was next in line at the Red Cross lon played the piano, beth Jeffery, Mary Harrison and Waiter nington, ant lene Davis and Jean Davis called on Ernest and Pearle Blattner in Mankato. Saturday evening guests of Jeri and Edward Shute were Lyle and Pennie Shipley and Mindy, Tom Shut, Allene By Ruth Clover tended Davis and Karla Essmiller, who A number of visitors attended day. was a weekend houseguest, church Sunday morning. Four of from Sunday at Union Chapel Tea'- the children who attended Camp were Tom, esa Shipley sang a s31o for the Quaker Haven recently, gave Randy special and Danyel D:wis played brief reports. Reporting from and sons, for the offertory. Kids' camp were Sarah Garman, and sons, John and Loft Allen and Jean Erin Garman and Josiah Martin. them sunday Lola Hillman and other family Bloodmobile at Mankato last week. Rex Henningson, Ionia, relaxes Whitemound Builders met Virginia Douglas, Opal while waiting his turn. June 28 at the Whitemound Dillon were married Saturday at and Shane. Glauser and grandchildren visit- ed Harold and Neva Shoemaker Community Center. Attending Glen Elder Friends Church. Most of their families came for were Esb L 1 Ne wore 31 members and two lead- the ceremony. All attended later. last Tuesday afternoon, on oca ws Wl~l:tlll~l~y ~ July 16 will be the King andmorning.Church atjohnNorthbranchand ErmaSUndaYDillon andHerschelda queen interviews, July 19 is a hosted a cookout at the church Iowa vis Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hennings- ~ for elltl-l(~[i By Norlne Hajny tended the reunion, all fourth superintendent's meeting. July Rain, rain is the biggest and fifth generation decendants. 23 is the 4-H fashion revue and following the service. The new- Mr. and Mrs. Don Sim- en visited Mr. and Mrs. Russ Wednesday is the deadlinetopic. We are lucky here corn- Mark Marihugh called on foods judging. July 19 White lyweds will be living in Leba- Smuck. melink, Pauline Simmelink and Henningsen, Hays, Sunday. for Jewell County Fair all col- pared to some areas. Norine Hajny and her mother Mound Builders will clean hog non. his dad Mrs. Rex Hcnningsen attended a Jack-and Ilene Shnorr, Wichi- oring contest entries to be re- Norine Hajny and her mother one day while he was home. barn. Kent and Joyce McNichols, get muc bridal shower for Kara McCune, ta Falls, Texas, were last Friday ceive at the extension office, were visited by Betty McCarty Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost, The Junior leaders will do- their son, Keith, and daughter, The Age divisions are: preschool; and JeAnne Darrow Reeves re- Yam Hill, Ore., were house- nate a picnic table for the fair- Jeannie, and their families were Friends jf-H '~ LC~)i ~i:~ [[ here for their father's wedding, a rally at .......... 'q ages 4-6; 7-9; 10-12; 13-16 and cently. Opal Hartzler was visit- guests of Josephine and Leland grounds in memory of Levi They have been visiting rela- Bob Marc 17-adult with one entry per par- ing Freda Snyder at that time. Frost Friday and Saturday. Shipley. arold Discoun nc ticipant, sponsoring businesses LillianJac.zsonandJosephine Willomenia Coffee Hour was Daniel Davis started the pro- tives about a week and are from tendentof I| ~Ur~I O~k r~m~ ro~ ro~ r~a= ~th II are State Exchange Bank, Keirs Frost visited their sister, Alma at a Lebanon cafe last Tuesday gram with group singing. Dem- the Los Angeles area. Meeting, V, Thriftway, Mac's Kwik Stop, Johanek, who is seriously ill in morning. In attendance were onstration was by Josh Findler. Steve Dillon, and Greg and Diane Fenster and daughters, I/~.:k=.,In,,~t iII-.~~llfldldlldl=llilafill'eAfFoI~l~ly Pic~:l II Dave's Discount, Farmers State St. Mary Hospital, Nebraska Vera Maydew, Doris Hughes,Kenton Ford gave a steer project Wichita, were weekend guests II ell Grocery, J s Jif-E-Stop, Se- Dorothy Frost and Thelma leta Underwood, Ellen Story, Parliamentary was led by of their parents, Johna nd Erma NorWIIY, |___= "------" Call Evenings and j| curity National Bank, Randall Lamb attended a Wehrley fami- Delia Rice, Veda Green, Shirley Cory Underwood. An activity Dillon. Branch of Jamestown State ly reunion last Saturday in Marihugh, Florence Baston and number was by Blake Davis. All of the harvest crews that C111111I~11~' have been cutting in Oklahoma IIB li "tl V wookend II Bank, State Bank ofEsbon, and Guide Rock. The Andrew and Stanley B~ton, New Jersey, Craig Underwoodledrecreation. fellowt I II|Illlllli " 91a-aTa.asaa /I Esbon Grocery. Each has entry Anna Wehrley family came to Geneva Ream, AdaBelle Hen- Refreshments were served. - and southern Kansas are home forms. A display of all coloring America in 1880 from drickson, Zehna Pitts, and Julia Next meeting will be July 21 and began combining here Sat- Women urday afternoon but are stopped Scandia Mankato, Kan. contset entries will be made in AARAU, Canton Aurgaru, Swit- Abbott. " after project fair at 6:30 p.m. at again because of an inch or joined the fair office, zerland. There were 70 who at- Last Tuesday afternoon Al- the WCC. more rain Saturday night. Regi Wieland and Justin, in Oakley, were Thursday over- morning, night guests of her mother, Lon- The nie Buckley, and husband, fered a Evelyn Harris recently joined recognit: a group for a mystery tour to Boylan Traverse, Mich. They visited a to the unit. clydesdale farm, took rides on Esther the tall ships and dune scooters history on and around Lake Michigan. Banner, They visited a Music House Mu- sung. seum and attended a musical, "Ain't Behaving." chairman, Lucy Warner continues to win improve at her home with the account help of her family, band in Joyce Martin began workingwere with a at Brodstone Memorial Nucko!ls the County Hospital July 1. sistance. Teri Jeffery is home for a few ed how weeks to help her parents, Her- farms bert and Rosetta Jeffery, during acres with harvest. She will be returning to ...... ....... t~ 1 Wichita Aug. 1 and will be but ~ . l'teaching there ~ext,,ye,~_,: ~ , ' BB Casey Jeffery is. visiting his "folk dad, Gale Jeffery, and family Mrs. this summer, table cloth Randy and Juel Hughes and had family, Royal, Neb., came Sa- The truday to help during harvest at the home of her parents, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery. ther The children of Glenn and rated in Betty Wallace were all home rence Fourth of July weekend and at- assisted. Sale marked Stop by and the ities in h at 8 O0 a.m. 103 N Commercial at Mankato, Kans. l il Debra Alexander, CPA Denny's Auto Repair and Salvage John Bleecker, DDS Bradshaw Insurance Agency Bob's Inn C & J Auto Service Frasier Construction Cosand Automotive The Wright Corner J's Jif.E-Stop Coast-to-Coast Crest-Vue Motel Dave's Discount Dick's TV and Furniture Eaton Auto Body Ionia Community Cafe Farmway Credit Union Beloit-Mankato-Lincoln The Flower Patch The State Bank of Esbon Esbon-Burr Oak Burr Oak Plumbing and Groceries Gregg Automotive Jewell Lumber Hulbert's Repair Jensen Oil & Gas Co. Midway Co-Op Elevator Jewell County Bank Mankato & Formoso Ken's Body Works Kennedy's Recreation Kier's Thriftway Lazy R Bar Lloyd's Standard Service Mac's Kwik Stop Gas & Grub Malcom Flying Service Burr Oak Bargain Store J & H Service Parts Pit Jewell Implement Mankato Pizza Hut Martha's Kramer Funeral Home Dr. Richard Kimball Midway Co-Op Service Station Powell Electric Pierce Truck and Auto Repair Schueman Transfer The Red RoostelI Weltmer Law Office Sweden Creme Town and Country Variety Wanklyn Plumbing and Electric Midland Business Products Bob's Shop Rex's Barber Shop Mankato Welding Paul's Repair Moser Plumbing B & B Baker's Dell Wakefield Disposal Koch Agri Services Esbon, Burr Oak, Jewell, Glen Elder, Solomon Rapids, Glasco Bohnert Welding Winkel Disposal Max's Repair Lori's His and Hers Paul Wilson, CPA Darrell and Gail Miller Kramer Furniture Store Farm Bureau Insurance Jeff McDonald and Vycke Garman Join the MankatO Fire Department fr 0'e Old-fashioned Barbe ' The Mankato Fire will be selling: .er Barbecued Harnb t BakedBear S and Potato at the Old-fashioned Saturday, JUlY beginning at 5:30 in Downtown Fire Depa