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B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 8, 2002 ,i i i a,,,i bers and tomatoes to Maude Keller and Formoso Odessa-Dentonia Audr. Young Glen D. Thomas died at Salina. By Ruth L. Obert I I ,I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to the 84th Heitschmidt family reunion at Meade at the Lakeway Bed and Break- fast, an old hotel that has been restored. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wineland and Candi, Hutchinson, and Alice LaRosh, Natoma, accompanied the Oberts. There were 55 family members present. Lucile Clark and Joyce Ritter went to Pender and Waverly, Nob., to visit the Larry and Gary Ritter families. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keller visited Maude Keller. Rhonda Manchester, her sister Rita and husband and brother Rick Nonemaker and wife and daughter were visitors at Odessa Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kattenberg are here visiting his parents, Ernie and Edna Kattenberg and his sisters and daughter and families. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brunnemer and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Luke and family ate sup- per at Mankato to celebeate family birthdays. (Last week's news) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beck and Milton Graveside services were Thursday. Wilbur Oberts went to Beloit Satur- day morning for a doctor's appoint- ment. It was Eric Standley who graduated at Hastings not Kevin. Half inch of rain fell Sunday evening. I II IIII I I I Dispatch By Edna Verhage I Greeters Sunday were Roy, Stacy, Trover and Miranda DeBey. Passage Sunday morning was I Corinthians 11:17-34. Theme was 'The Three R's Redemption'. Passage Sun- day evening was 2 Samuel 7:18-29. Theme was 'Prayer to the Living God'. George Eakin had the children's message Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayungs (former Rose Marie Boeskool), Fountain Hill, Ariz., were church visitors Sunday at Dispatch. Mr. and Mrs. Grag Nyhoff and fam- ily, Fountain, Colo., visited Merle Nyhoffs. Aug. 16 is the annual Church pic- and Charolette Detwilervisited Maude nic. Keller. Nadine Walters visited Wilbur Oberts. Doris Olena and her niece and nephew visited Wilbur Oberts. Joyce Ritter and Audrey Young took. dinner to Maude Keller. Happy birthday to Jihan Arnold, Aug. 5; Shad Lewis, Aug. 7; Jan Schoen and Lawrence Tanis;, Aug. 9; Alisa Rotman, Aug. 9; Glen Vander Giesen, Aug. 10. Happy anniversary to, Rodney and Belinda Arnold and John and Jan Tanis, Dorintha Standley brought cucum- Aug. 9. iiii ii i iii iii II ii Ride the dewell County Transportation Limo and let us do the driving for youl Anyone, any age, is invited to use the Jewel/County Genera/Public TransportationS. SALINA: Aug. 16, towns served: Jewell, Randall, Be!o!/) } Asherville, Simpson. CONCORDIA: Aug. 20, towns served: Formoso, Jewell, RandalL HASTINGS: Sept. 5, towns served: Esbon, Burr Oak, Northbtanch. BELOIT: Sept. 12, towns served: Esbon, Ionia, Jewell, Randall. Call 785-378-3385 for further information. Some trips are cancelled because a required minimum number of reservatiOnS have not 10Pen made. I I I I II Iil I ]i of family fun August 9-11 Hastings, Nebraska Aug 9 Aug to 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug II 12-4 p.m. Krazy for Keel-Aid Champions Sports & Recreation/1220 West 18th 75th Anniversary Celebration Opening ceremonies- 10:00 a.m. City Auditorium- 4th & Hastings Diamond Anniversary Jubilee Hastings Museum- 1330 N. Burlington , , s00clat =V11'$ * Wodd's Largest aCt OSY" "Tour the New Keel-Aid Elbit-- y Ca//for a complete list of events! 402-462-4877or 1-800-967'2189 Funded in port by sponsorships from Tribune ...... 00ot't{y..aa00 ConAgra Foods. Officio/Diomond Sponsor: Imperiol Diamond lewelets I By Elaine Clark Bob and Patty McFarlane are miss- ing their fawn colored Chihuahua named Pebbles. Vera Dempsey visited Joyce Patrick. Nelson and Merna KePler, Man- kate, and Bob and Curtis Watson vis- ited Brad KePler. Formoso area residents attended the North Central Kansas Free Fair at Belleville last week. Gloria Guzik and Phyllis Jones vis- ited Retph Chilcott at Mankato. Gloria and Phyllis shopped in Superior Tues- day and on Wednesday they were with Joyce Guzik, who had surgery at Supe- rior. Thursday Gloria and Phyllis took Joyce and her daughter, Jessica, to Hastings. Gone and Elaine Clark were visi- tors of John and Mary Clark, Cody and Levi, Buhler. They attended the Rend County Fair at Hutchinson to watch Cody show his 4-H sheep. Robert and Ads Grimm returned home after a visit with relatives at Portland, Ore., and Deer Park, Wash. They stayed with George and Dixie McCollough at Deer Park and visited Ada's sister, Ruby Hayes. Ann KePler and Katherine Grimes, Mankato, had lunch at Mankato. Roxanne White, Charlie, Adam and Marty, Midland, Texas, were guests of Phyllis Hurd. They attended a karate tournament at York, Neb. .Howard and Louise Field visited Ethel Clark and Robert Heel Thursday at Hilltop Lodge in Beloit. Lunch guests of Phy!lis Jones were Contact the Crest Bend Chamber Office 62@-792-2401 or One Stop Job Office 620-793-5445 mechanics o welders, health care workers o machinists * financial planners, sales & retail. & morel GREAT BEND Frank and Gloria Guzik and Patty McFarlane. They celebrated Frank's birthday. Attending the Aug. 3 wedding of Brady and Annette Dean at LeRoy were Clint and Betty Reynolds, Dan and Mary Reynolds and Dustin, Amy Reynolds, Topeka, and Aden and Darla Joy and Wade, Belleville. Jerry and Arlene Huber, Jolene and Sarah, Nogal, N.M., are visiting his parents, Kenny and Becky Huber. Janet Higer and Tycen and Kristen Decker, Mankato, visited. Sunday visitors were Shelly Guzik, Mankato, Crystal Massey, Clifford, Brittany and Cody, Gloria Massey and Robert and Ada Grimm. Ann Keeler was a dinner guest of Kenny and Lea Dawn Welch, Michael and Nathan, Haddam. Afternoon visi- tors were Brent and Julie Foster and five-week-old Treyton, Weaubleau, Me. Dan and Lynn Dempsey returned home after a week's vacation at Williamsburg, Va., with their children, Robert and Corrie Dempsey and Kaitlin, Amorette, Me,; Russell and Faith Dempsey and Madison, Newton; and Vanessa Dempsey, Washington, D.C. Richard and Nancy Spiegel returned after a two-week tour and cruise from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Vancover, Brit- ish Columbia. AI and Julia West, Topeka, were guests of Ronald and Iva Lea Payne. Bob and Becky Roush and Samantha were dinner guests of Ben and Shirley Free and Carol Larson. Brad Kepler, Ann Keeler and Ron and Friedei Gordanier had" dinner at Belleville. Bev Hall, Courtland, was a dinner guest of Wayne and Rita Allen. Dorothy Band, Courtland, was a dinner guest of Bill and Connie Smith. Vera Reed's Sunday dinner guests were Michael Higbee and Jeremie and Christel Nelson, McCaela, Cheyenne and Josie, all of Courtland, and Jack and Nancy Higbee. Dinner guests of Forrest and Vera Dempsey were Marshall and Renee A & B Storage Call 785-428-3644 Daytime or 785-428-3557 Evenings ' Reserve your storage unit today/ III III II I I MIDWEST HEA00,ING AIDS INC. " Since 1948" Hearing Problems? WeCan Help! 705 East 12th Concordia Office 785-2003-7487 or toll free at 1-800-668-4055 I I I S Sb'0000,r Sun-Morn ! 2:30pm & 3pro I - PowER PLANT MAINTENANCE WORKER I i c=zv OFOrrAwA, I Responsible for carrying out established preventative maintenance pro- I cedures, repair, & replacement of machinery & equipment used in the Igeneration & distribution of electncity to the city. Required: 1-3 yrs imechanical & maintenance experience; relocation to Franklin county lwithin 1 yr. Preferred: Technical degree or some college credit. Hrs: 7. 4, M-F. Starting salary: $13.69-15.76 DOQ. Benefits: KPERS state retirement, health/life insurance, deferred compensation, cafeteria plan, uniforms, paid holidays, vacation/sick. Qualified disabled persons may reqiest modification of job application process. Contact Human Re- sources, City Hall, 2nd floor, 101 S. Hickory St. Ottawa, KS 66067- 2347 t78512293634. Deadline:. 8/16/02.. EOE. Holmes, Hesston; Marr Dempsey, Mankato, and Dan and Lynn Dempsey. They celebrated Forrest's 82nd birth- day. Vera and Renee attended Glenn and Betty Andreasen's 50th wedding anniversary reception at Mankato. Dorothy Sjolander and Mike Peters were supper guests of Dennis and Candy Wallin at Scandia. Others at- tending were Evelyn Sjolander, Allen and Becky Carlson, Colton and Molly, all of Scandia; Jennie Coppel and Jessie, Concordia, and Brian Jader and Jamie Jader and friends, Marquette. Carl and Maxine Studerwere guests of Rex and Bonnie Ellsworth at Court- land. They celebrated Rex's birthday. Nelson and Merna Keeler visited Ann Keeler. Loreita Dunstan and Tyler returned home after sightseeing in St. Louis, Mo., with Mindy Dunstan and Leah Dunham, Manhattan. Joe and Amanda Brown have moved into their home in Formoso. Bob McFarlane was aguest of James and Terri Cleland, Utan, Neb. Bob had surgery Monday at the VA Hospital in Omaha. Mankato I Verla Houser returned from a tour to Fayetteville, Ark., where she and a friend, Gaye Newlin, Concordia, at- tended the 34th annual Brumley Gos- pel Sing. The performance was at the Barnhill Arena, University of Arkan- sas, with approximately 28 different quartet groups and other performers entertaining a large crowd for four nights. Bonnie Hamilton and Ralph Hooten attended her grandson's wedding Sat- urday at Andover Methodist Church in Andover. The reception was in Wichita. The bride and groom are Becky (Miller), Wichita, and Darren Hamilton, Wichita. Don and Neita Colin, Wichita, vis- ited Dick and Joan Waugh. They at- tended the Elizabeth Braden funeral. Glenn and Betty Andreasen ob- ' Shirley Wood, who had surgery last Wednesday at a hospital in Lincoln, is now a patient at the Jewell County Hospital. Kevin Phillips fell, injuring his leg. Alison Kinsey, Hays, was guest of honor at a bridal shower Sunday at the Pizza Hut, Mankato. Hostesses were Lynda Dewey, Janis McDill, Bonnie Newell, Betty Thompson, Margaret Colson and Susan Newell. Alison and Chris Noller will be married Sept. 7 in Hays. Weekend guests of Jerry and Alice Kinsey were Dave, Molly, Matt, Micah and Anna Swank, Wichita; Dave, Micbelle and Mark Schmidt, Pratt; Alison Kinsey and Chris NoUer, Hays. Saturday night they celebrated the birth- days of Mark Schmidt, Matt Swank, Jerod Kinsey and Alison Kinsey. Oth- ers attending the celebration were Wendy Stately, Turon; Gale, Kathleen and Casey Jeffery, Burr Oak; and Craig Dewey, Agra. Sunday guests included Carl and Sharon Oliver, Wamego; Amber Dewey, Salina; Darold and Loretta Hiatt, Superior, and Ann KePler, Formoso. Warren McElroy, Lakewood, Ca- lif., visited his parents Carl and Berneita McElroy. They went to Kansas City where they celebrated the McElroys' 60th wedding anniversary, along with their daughter, Sharon Walton and granddaughter, Rachel Walton. They attended the new dinner theatre and saw "The Scarlet Pimpernel." Jerry and Marjorie Murray and Ed and Pat Wright attended a community theater presentation in Stockton. Kelli Wright was a member of the cast. Happy birthday to: Katherine Grimes, Matthew Swank, Mark Schmidt, Wilma Deibert, July 31; Curtis Ernst, Christopher Dauner, Aug. 1; Luke Cramer, Tracey Knack, Aug. 2; Donna Ramey, Nita Burns, Aug. 3; Bill Harrod, Berniece Shirley, Micaela Dahl, Sherry Partridge, Aug. 4; Nick Higer, Joseph E. Fall, Lyle Dauner, Anna Woodside, Aug. 5; Alan Wagner, Jenny Burkhart, Charlotte Pletcher, Abby Newell, Aug. 6; Margo Baird, served their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 7. Also have a line of name brand Colognes and Perfumes Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial * Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3183 / Beat the heat by being inside at the Sac In Fox $15 per person'-00 $15 casino payback Saturday, Aug. 24 Call now for seat reservations! Williams Your Way Travel 785-428-3335 Katherine Grimes, July 31; Mrs. Jerry Kinsey, Carl and McElroy, Greg and Aug. 2; Glenn and Aug. 3; Mark and 6; Rich and Susan Roush, Susan Newell, Aug. 7. Rick and Sheila [ fast week from Canington,N they visited Tim and Mary family. While there North Dakota Pasta which Tim is employees at the plant and cess 40,000 bushels of Chamber new educators Kelley introduced new bers at Mankato Chamber merce meeting recently. Accompanying Kelly ing were Don Blanchet, coach and teacher; Dale high teacher and assistant football coach; and Bruce junior high and high school Dale True, returning cipal, also attended the meeting is athletic director and is working on a new s gram for the district. Kelley told about the board elections and gave tion about the candi President Deb Boyles the meeting, attended reported that currently there paid memberships. Carla Waugh, county about the and the and explained James Berry reported on the Fall Fest, an app[ec - for Oct. 26. held for planning day night. The Mm Thursday evemng at Cr Plans being barbecue by the firemen, show, kids' games, dance show. Berry stressed you" event for all sionals, clubs and have called upon and have provided business out the year. Clubs and are being asked to help Volunteers are needed. thatthis to show appreciation," Berry: JREA offers senior The Jewell-Randall sociation is offering a ship for Jewell High majoring in education. Applicants must be a Kansas university during school year and be in The applicant must transcript and Contact Lola Abram, Aug. 31. We have supplies! Jewell UCI IO Saturday, August 24, 2002 .. 10:00 a.rn LOCATION: JEWELL COMMUNITY CENTER, JEWELL, REAL ESTAI WILl. SELL AT 10:00 AM AT THE RESIDENCE, 409 S. COLUMSUf, JEWELL, KS. (ON HWY s is a ranch style, 310edroom home with fuU basemen(. Hot wate Heat,  air, mat, Iloor utity, Kitchen with Birch built- ins, end a cloue a.ace gmge I SeUg on a nice lot wtt ts of sle In. HE(IL IflellON: A TRACT OF LAND LYING IN LOT TEN (10) IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEA.ST QUARTER ' (NE 1/4 NE 1/4) OF SECTION THIRTY-SIX (36), TOWNSHIP FOUR (4)SOUTH, RANGE EIGHT (8), WEST OF THE 6TH PM, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAiD LOT THEN (10), THE SAME BEING A POINT 990 FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAiD SECTION THIRTY-SIX (36), THENCE SOUTH 110 FEET, THENCE WEST 150.66 FEET, THENCE NORTH 110 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF SAIO LOT TEN (10), THENCE EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID LOT TEN (10) 150.66 FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING, JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS. TAXS: $ 563.10 TO BE PRORATES AS OF SALE DATE. TERMS: 10 % DAY OF SALE, BALANCE ON OR BEFORE CLOSING DATE OF ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 20. 2002. TITLE INSURANCE TO BE PAID HALF BY SELLER AND HALF BY PURCHASER. POSSESSION: ON CLOSING DATE AGENCY : Carak Auction & Rul Estate arKI its agents am and wm be actin9 as eansactm broker. ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE DAY OF THE SALE WILL TAJ(E PRECEDENCE OVER PRIN1TD MATTER. TO VIEW THE PROPERTY BEFORE THE SALE, CONTACT THE AUCTIONEER =R.JNICES WILL SELL AT THE HOUSE fOLL(N6 THE SNJE Of TIE HOUSE FrtgidJm 2 ar ff-nmzec amond 17.0 cuft GE White 30" mcUtc Range w/soad top mnodo 15.5 Cuft ernst Free Maytag HD Aumrne Washer, Eke new GE 6s I ,,%le will start at the Clmnmdty Center i Gray Chrome Dtme Set w/6 Chairs Ptne 4 Draw Crest of Drawers Mml Doul Oed Watnut Fmnica Orop-le Oiniag T, 3 s, 6 cltaks Walnut ChN Hclt Oak Curvad Glass China Clnsel w/4 she(yes Zmith 26" Cokx W on VCR Case. with remote control Samsue VCR Zantth 19" Color Portabte TV, remote control on stand Oak Paltern Back Roclu 5 Brown V'myl Kitchen Chairs 3 Stack Tals Oak Pratt Platform Rocker, like new 3 PC Walnut Veneer 8adroom suite wl box slxings & mattress I: aoena top Trunk Mm)gany Sewing stand w/door Caaar Omt Upa Vacuum cner Home Offico Desk & Chair 31 say Mmle Clock Double Bed on HogywxxI frame & Headboard Green 3 Cushio Couch Green Rocker Wood Rocker w/cushion sea H Char Oark wood Cab 4 Draww Dress Double be w/mx springs & s Se of B,mk 6ads aa)y 6ed Flat top Trunk Oak Of:e Oesk ChaW Wall Table 2 Oil Lamps Cast Iron Kettle Pictures & frames Coffee Table Magazm Pack MlSCB.LEOUS 8 Rece Sett SeR.m Chin Small Electric Appliances Pots&Pans Silverware in Wood Box Asst of Dishes & Cooking UteiS Cook Books Tupperwere Linens & Bedding Wagon Hub Lamp Vases Throw rugs Costume Jewe MTOrS Eeceolux Carl Stwnlxx)er Elecuic Fans Bells & Glassware & Books Cane Stand Table Clocks Smwer Cha Granite top Table Hand Skil Saw Lanterns Hano & Garden Tools Wood Ladder Tn Cycle Wood Porch swing Garden Hose Concrete Donkey & Cart Table & Floor Lamps Radio / Record Rayer w/spealaa Hamper Card Table TV Trap Roll around Can Humidifier LG. Asst. Sewing SoRNies C Rack Elactdc Dab Elact Grinder m ok cum s-s 4 SELLER: DORIS DIVEL JERRY DNEL I LEON DIVEL, HARRY W.  and many egw i mmtlm TERMS: Cash. Nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents - Lunch Sll Sale conducted by: Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Es Beloit, KS 67420 *o (785) 7'38-2010 (OFFICE) (785) 738-2133 (RESIDE (,.785) 738-8677 Oelf *. (785).7.38-58OO.(uction. Palace) . EMAIL USL'AT GZARE@NCKCN.COM Web: '