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celebrate anniversary and Marilyn Jeffery were at a 50th anniversary Friends hosted by their chil- e and Connie Shulda, Cregg r and Todd and Gina grandchildren. serving table was draped with a yMarilyn's The centerpiece was a Bible , Myrtle Brandon, the celebration. guests included Marilyn's Darlene and Lloyd Francisco, Calif., and Esther House Bebee, Newberg, Ore., Curtis. gus and Melva Kan., and Bill-and Warner, Hutchinson, along ' other family and friends. though the temperature was it was still not as warm as they were married, 50 years ' Switzer, Butler,Me., birth of twins born July ParkHospital. Jordon i weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces 19 inches long; Paige Marie mds 13 ounces and was ;. Grandparents are Mary prings, Colo., and Winfield. cousins farmstead asins from seven !and other members of the family Announce engagement Vizner McDonald Jewell County Ambulance report July 30: Elizabeth Higer, residence, Mankato, to Republic County Hospi- tal. July 31: Irene McCorkle, Jewell County Hospital to Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Aug. 4: Aletha Logan, Jewell County Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney. Friendship Meals Aug. 12 through Aug. 16 Monday: Meat loaf, baked potato, coleslaw, wheat roll, pears. Tuesday: Chicken casserole, broc- coli, wheat roll, peach crisp. Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, creamy cucumbers, wheat roll, chocolate orange cake. Thursday: Ribbette, scalloped po- recently in Mankato to get tatoes, carrots lyonnaise, wheat roll, and locate the Gunlicks strawberries and bananas in gelatin. Friday: Tater tot casserole with veg- 'mondEverson, etables, tossed salad, grapefruit and and Doris Ann Thronson oranges. Mankato, hosted activities Meals delivered by VFW Auxil- group of 24. iary. Call by 9 day of meal. Center cousins are descendants of phone 378-3385. Ingrid Nelson Gunlicks, southeast of Mankato. Mitchell County Hospital report much conversation, viewing Admissions. Aug. 1: Keturah McAllaster, Jewell; Aug. 2: Keith first evening, Bohnert, Mankato, to find the old Gunlicks Dismissals. July 29: Mavis Werner, Jeff and Nancy McDonald, Man- kate, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daugh- ter, Jenifer Reye, to Trapis Charles Vizner, son of Lee and Judy Vizner, Belleville. McDonald is a 1992 graduate of Mankato High School and a 1998 graduate of Wichita State University with a bachelor's degree in health ser- vices. She is employed at the office of David Hamel, DDS, in Marysville. Vizner is a 1992 graduate of Belleville High School and attended Cloud County Community College. He is employed as a route salesman for Frito Lay, Inc., based out of Marysville. The wedding is planned for Sept. 26, at the Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort and Spa located on Cable Beach in Nassau, Bahamas. The couple will celebrate in Belleville on Oct. 5 with a reception at the Harvester Room. Scarrow accepts Diamond scholarship Tara Scarrow, a junior at Fort Hays State University, has accepted a $624 Richard Diamond Scholarship to Fort Hays State University for the 2002- 2003 academic year. First preference for the Diamond Scholarship is given to FHSU students who graduated 'from Mankato High School. Second preference is given to Jewell County students. Scarrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Scarrow, Mankato, plans a ca- reer in biology. Auxiliary, legion plan Sept. 11 event Jewell American Legion and Aux- iliary met fern special meeting July 31 to consider a new event, Patriot's Day, Sept. 11. The group approved having a ser- vice in the Jewell Park and asking Jewell Ministerial Alliance and stu- dents and faculty from USD 279 to participate. Members decided to move the Sep- tember meeting up a week to Sept. 4 to finalize plans for the event. Karen Boden offered to make wreaths to be corripleted at the meeting. Leon Boden, Commander, asked several to meet much of the next Jewell; Aug. ,3: Keturah McAllaster with the Ministerial Alliance and R9 n yardhad been cleared, and baby boy, Jewell. Kelley or Jeff Travis prior to the Sep- razed sometime during the tembermeetingtocoordinatethisevent. years and surrounding access but with help from the the hunt was group also toured the Mankato which has played a in the lives of Gunlicks fam- at the reunion children and from sisters. attending included descen- Ben Gunlicks (deceased): organizer of the re- and his son. Lars, Richmond, Westlake, Ohio; Louise Gunlicks Atchison, of Vernon Gunlicks Bill Gunlicks and wife, II1. of Anna Gunlicks (deceased): Doris Ann :Kennedy and husband, Rex, and sons, Anthony Dan Kennedy, Clay Cen- ; Jeri Kennedy Beale and chil- and Sam, Clay Center, :ndants of Ella Gunlicks Hutchinson; Garry Aboe, (both de- Yost Stevens, Den- "i Andrew Stevens and son, ; Bill Stevens Englewood, Colo.; mother was Marie Aboe hter of Anna Gunlicks husband, John Aboe, of a group of 11 for organization of Church in Mankat 0. Want to thank who sent flowers, gifts and for the calls to help celebrate our 60th Wedding Anniversary. our day one to Thank for your Berneita McElroy Jewell County Start! enrollment tofive Children that attend , ofeduca- y meals, dental care all de- ) children succeed. services to meet with dis- Please contact the formation or time to complete 785-378-3344 Shirley, Howard Hughes Former Formoso residents observe 60th anniversary Howard and Shirley Hughes, for- merly of the Formoso area, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on July 27 in Des Moines, Iowa. Howard worked with the Soil Conservation Services for many years in Kansas and Iowa. Family members attending their celebration were Stanley and Joan Hughes, Council Grove; Larry and Nancy Hughes, Casa Grande, Ariz.; Bob Hughes, Boston, Mass.; Tracy Hughes, Shawnee, Kim Hughes, Or- lando, Fla.; Courtney and Jeff Lynch and Kirk, San Diego, Calif.; Susan AbeI-Diehl, Burr Oak; Marcia Feighny, Salina; Miriam Baum, Agoura Hills, Calif.; Elizabeth and Sarah Jeffery, Abilene; and Ronald Glenns of Berkley, Calif. They presently live in a retirement park in Des Moines. Families gather for annual reunion Relatives of Cole-Lumpkin- Underwood families plan to meet for the 70th anniversary of the annual pic- nic at the location where they first met in 1932. That location is the former "Warner Grove, four and one-half miles south of Highway 36-112 Junction. The Date is Aug. 18 and the meal is at 12:30. In case of rain the group will meet in Esbon. Friends are welcome tovisit the group. Commission opts ! to post speed signs, t in Northbranch I County Commissioners agreed to post reduced speed signs near a Northbranch intersection in an effort to control speeding. This decision came at Monday's meeting when the resolution was passed after being reviewed with county at- torney Darrell Miller. Miller also dis- cussed disposal of the automobiles at the county landfill. Department supervisors reported to commissioners, Jim Vaughan, solid waste director, reviewed the monthly activity report for July. A total of 1,550 visits were made to the facilities in July. Shannon Meier, EMS director, re- ported 41 runs made in July. Meier is waiting on Medicare hearings for a review on some pending payments. Personnel was discussed. Ervin Underwood was appointed to replace Bob Love on the board of Ru- ral Fire District No. 4, Limestone Township representative. Jim Foster, general superintendent, reported Jerry Grout inquired about closing a road in section 11 of Holmwood Township. Personnel was discussed. Plans are to start sealing the Webber road this week. Commissioners signed a request and petition of Sprint Telephone Company in sections 32 and 33 of Jackson Town- ship. Lynn Scarrow, treasurer, discussed delinquent real estate taxes. John Cyr, NCRPC, discussed the process for the grant of Mitchell County Rural Water District No. 3. Commis'sioners Langer left the meeting at noon. Kim Ost, sheriff, discussed equip- ment problems in the building by the tower. A fan may be installed in the building to keep the equipment cooler. Meeting adjourned at 3:10 p,m. Commissioners attending the meeting were Doyle Alcorn, Stanley Colson and Frank Langer. Obedience is much more seen in little thing s than in great. CARP SHOWER Etkel 1ark Thursday, August8,2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS A sign that was recently placed along Highway 14 at the Lovew, was funded by towns in the county. Sign welcomes vistors A. sign, installed earlier this sum- mer on Highway 14 north of Lovewell Lake, welcomes southbound visitors to Jewell County. The sign indicates the services avail- able in six Jewell County communities and was a project of the Jewell County Cooperative Extension Economic De- velopment Committee. Funding for the sign came from the communities of Burr Oak, Esbon, F0rmoso, Jewell, Mankato and Randall. Additional funding was provided by the Jewell County Economic De- velopment Committee and the Jewell County Strategic Plan Committee. The comply with Kansas State law, generic symbols were used to indicate services available to each community. Rolling Hills Rural Electric Co. donated and set the poles. The sign was erected by Edgar Marihugh, Esbon; Lynn Scarrow, Arden Russell and Gary Tordrup, Jewell County Extension Ag Agent, all of Mankato. Committee members are hopeful similar signs will be installed at other entrances to the county. i i IONIA CAFE Sttladay, Dinner Ionia. Kan. " NEED HELP 14///7/ Send cards to: Ethel Clark  The)a,,,,,); of SCHOOL SUPPLIES? LI c/o Hilltop Lodge Families in the USD 279 school district who qualify  ]  0000Elden and Donna for freeandreducedpricelunches llo k[ Hoffhines may receive assistance with school supplies 1 I ---G;pl-`l2pl[Jr.ur-``ap--u.'.---`-`--jw . w. (not including book bags) by contacting the =  I requests card shower ['z_T rinity United Methodist Church office at 785-428-3531 a --" for further information. :  ' Jorresr" forf./OiSOll.  " w for their. i-=...---- -'------------. -'  Monday, Aug. t9 c 60th WeddingAnnzversary All  friends and relatives are invited to mark this occasion bY'sending a card to Forrest at:  Tuesday, Aug. 27  506 S. Commercial Mankato, Kan., 66956 0 90th   _. ' .....  Send to: 1641N. 13th Street - - - c, - " Arkansas City, Kan. 67005 Mom! Gil Twana and Karol I nave misplacea my list, so if you wish to donate HThanks to eve"one who helped N in any way make our party a I H special day for us to remember, u Merle & Ruth Roe Stanley Johnson Open House "AMEI00 lily Bm00v B00vdl  i.m vA, homemaae ice cream or treats 80th birthday for the Ute Theater Oenetit, Sunday, Aug. 18 , , . .()t00lL " Lisa Ne*tsontasSsoConAaspossible. 2 4 p.m. . Thankyou. foryourhelp! ; . United MethodiStmay Church, Anniversary  2601 18th Avenue Central City, Neb. I t :wanted b 30 additional cltizens to eat a  ill Ute Theater . nutrit|ous, balaned lunch meal. ':i !..) ... '/i! Ice Cream Social and Benefit /  , Liberal policy on additions and deletions. List of l, " !: 'Daffy Specials' available at the dewell County bL Saturday, Aug. 17  Record and at the dewell County Friendship Meals, 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. Mankato High School Commons f Call Meltssa at 758-378-3385 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mankato, Fan. lee cream social begins at 6:30  Join our family for Benefit begins at 7:30 i fun and fellowship! .[ Additional = more -J] Nutritious balance = Balanced Nutritious _5LI Audrey and Bert Diamond August 10, 1952 Come help us celebrate! Saturday, Aug. 10 The State Exchange Bank Mankato, Kan. No gift& please! 2-4 p.m. Dress casual! I i