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Book Review: The Darling Dahl- ias and the Cucumber Tree by Susan Wittig Albert. The Depression-era women of Darling, Ala.. garden club get to the bottom of a mysterious bur- ied treasure and a young women's murder in the tale from the author of. the China Bayles mystery series. Sloan Reunion held at Gaylord The S?oan Reunion was held at the Community Center in Gaylord, Aug. I with a potluck dinner and 27 in atten- dance. Present were Lisa Wilson. Rebecca Culberson and daughter, Gaylord, Newell and Doris Alexander, Man- kate, Ed :,nd Ncva Lewis, McPherson, Carroll and Elizabeth Pletcher, Arlene Welters. Portis, Andrea Kendig, Osborne, Marie Sloan. Dorrance: Tallie. Serene and Dylan Baetz, Solomon, Ginger and Benny Garcia and girl,: Saline. Duane and Marie Connell. Stockton, Sheila, Levi and Colin White, Belleville, Glerma Fogo and Lila Urost, Esbon. It was decided that the reunion in 2011 will be held in Gaylord on Aug. 7. Carlton family gathers in Jewell The Carlton reumon was held July 30. 31 and Aug. 1 in Jewell. Hosting the event was Arleta Carlton. Dale and Lesa Wright. A barbecue on Friday night at the home of Arleta Carlton kicked off the weekend with 35 attending. Those were Marion Carlton. Billy and Sheila Carlton Henrietta. Texas: Shirley Carlton. Calvin Carlton, Rookie Carlton. Rhonda Parker and Mason, Sondra Carlton. Glenna Curry, Eddie and Cindy Carlton. Mike anad Cindy Carlton and Cole, Wichita Fal Is. Text, re, Marhall and Courtney McNeese and Michael. Benbrook. Texas. Tammy Adamson. Abilcne. Texas. Kathy Mad- den. Sidney. Ohio. Peggy Butkovich. Urbane. Ohio. Dora Maze. Billy Maze, EIIsworth. Paul Carlton, Jeremy and Sonja Sanborn and Ella. Jim and Shirley Carlton, Hutchinson. Genc Carlton. Angle Fcrandcz. Beloit. and Dale Lee Wright and Carlton. Jewell. The Jewell Community Center was the site for the Saturday and Sunday gel together. Those attending along with those mentioned above were Troy and Angle Carlton and Cassie, Savan- nah, Alivia and Grant. Tim Guenther. Omaha. Loeta Conley, Upland, Kacee Conley, Kearney, Austin and Megan Turner and Triston, Buffalo, Okla., Steve and Lucy Black. StephanieBlack and Landon. Wichita. Dennis and Leila Becker, Mr. Hope. Kris and Val Kite. Caroline Fair. Leroy and Mary Rowson, Saline. Bill and Leanna Roberts. Abilene. Jody Snow. McPherson. Josh and Mindy Wingler. Lindsborg, Kim Carlton. Beloit, Mary Lou Shelton. Jewell. John and Judy Blackburn, Courtland. Several family friends stopped by for a visit. The next reunion will be held in Hutchinson in 2012. Owen family reunion convenes at Jewell The Owen family reunion was held at the Jewell Community Center Sun- day. The hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Birdsell, Hesston, Rodney Birdsell and Felicia Hall. Beatrice. There were 75 in attendance this year. In attendance beside the hosts were Holly Williams. Sally Williams and Dottle Gates. Boise, Idaho: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Owen, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Foulke, Quenton, Sierra, Bailey, Lane, Atlantah and Leighton, Marsha Foulke, Norbert Grelinger, Cyndia Studt. Greg Foulke, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Foulke, Josh. Joey and Maggie Foulke, Ashley and Levi Robison. all of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Foulke, McPherson: Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Birdsell and Glen, Derby; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Reisner, Drew, Kayla and Kirk. Hoisington; Mr. and Mrs Lynn B'ohnenblust. Krista and Zach. Leonardville: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shamburg, Lucan, Vanan, Caiton, Dacie, Mica, Tullar, and Ellivia and Chelsea McDonald, Portis; Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Bohnenblust. Riley, Ethan and Danielle Espinosa. Lawrence; Jerry Foulke and Carol Serefko, Stockton; Mr. and Mrs. Graham McDonald, Victoria, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pumphrey and Dale Simmelink, Man- kate; Aileen McCune, Newton; Mr. and Mrs. Jason Eilert. Jensen and Jada. Mr. and Mrs. Don Simmelink, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Griest and Sharon Tullar. Jewell The next Owen reunion will be held on Aug. 7,2011, and will be hosted by Five generations gathered in Mankato to celebrate Maxine Bensen's 90th birthday celebration in April. Pictured are (back row, from left) Alyssa (Kraus) Seiger, Elaina (Kraus) Piper, Marjean Schroeder - great-grandmother, Jaialynn Lucking, Chelsey (Blecha) Lucking, Katrina (Blecha) Wulf, Jessica (Hilderbrand) Restau, Chandra (Blecha) Bates, (middle) Dagen Seiger, Verna Kraus - grandmother, holding Mollie Piper and Tidus Seiger, Maxine Bensen - great- great-grandmother, Tammy Blecha, grandmother (front) Skylar Piper, Caleb Bates, Electra Restau, Preston Wulf, Nevaeh Blecha and Keirra Bates. 1 Lily Burgess, Ruby Hesting, Ethel and School Menus Rock Hills Public Schools Aug. 18 through Aug. 20 Breakfast Wednesday: Long Johns, bacon, mandarin ()range, juice, milk. Thursday; Pancakes. bacon, peanut butter, land of lakes, juice, milk. Friday: Biscuit ham egg, frozen fruit, cereal, juice, milk. Lunch Wednesday: Chicken strips, mashed potato, gravy, corn, peaches, roll. salad bar. milk. Thursday: Spaghetti. mushrooms, bread sticks, strawberry shortcake. salad bar. milk. yogurt strawberry, parmesan cheese. Friday: Hamburger, btm. potato chips, baked beans, fruit cocktail. chocolate chip. salad bar. milk. yogurt strawberry. Randall UCW host sandwich supper Larry McNabb. Prizes were won by Lily, Josephine, Ruby and Ethel. President Ida Peroutek came briefly .to relate a few necessary business items: the senior center will again sponsor a game during the Esbonfest: Jewell County Senior's meeting will be hosted by the Esbon Seniorettes on Aug. ! 9 at 9:30: president informed group of the phone number to call to request a "'no call" by the telemarketers (number is 1-888-283-1222). Several birthday cards were signed for members of the Esbon Seniorettes. Cards were played in the afternoon The next meeting will be at 12 noon. Wednesday, Sept. I. The hosts will be The Randall UCW hosted 60 women to a sandwich and dessert sup- per last Wednesday. Alter the meal, Mary Ann Kibbe, Becky Loomis. Carol Divel and Fawna Barrett related thei r adventures i n Egypt and Israel. aided by a computer presen- tation prepared by Mary Ann. Seeine six pyramids, an open air museum and a street market were among the high- lights in Egypt. Tel Aviv. Tel Dan. Caesarea by the Sea and Caesarea Philippi, Tiberius. Golan Heights. Nazareth. Jerusalem. Bethlehem Masada and the Dead Sea were termed scenic places and women told of their experiences there. They sailed twice on the Sea of Galilee. saw many churches built at important loca- tions Christ's life. walked through two tunnels and explored the City of David, the.walled city within Jerusalem. They stood on the Mt. of Olives and had communion in the Garden Tomb area. The trip was taken to celebrate Mary Ann's mother's 90th birthday. She said she enjoyed the entire trio. Esbon Seniorettes The August meeting of the Esbon Seniorettes opened with the flag salute and Lord's Prayer. followed by a pot- luck dinner. Those present were Josephine Frost, Leland Bartley, Sarah Schlotterback. Ethel and Larry McNabb. Harmony United Methodist Women Harmony United Methodist Women met last Wednesday at 9:30 a,m. A brunch was served by Elaine Heskett. Brianna Long, Courtland, gave a Power-Fuifit presentation about the mission education tour which she at- tended in June: Those on the tour worked at several places where the UMW has missiorl projects. Brianna's favorite place wak'Red Bird Mission near Beverly, Ky. They also visited Cookson Hills. the Upper Room in Nashville, Mammoth Cave, and sev- eral places in Kansas including Asbury Park. Youthville and the conference Births Nathan and Virginia Riedel. Okla- homa City, announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian Ada. born July I I. She weighed seven pounds five ounces and was 21 inches long. Lillian was welcomed home by her brotherZachary 5, and sister Abigail 17 months. Grandparents are Ron and Twila Whelchel, Esbon: Greg Riedel, Longmont, Col().; Vicki Riedel. Den- ver, Colo. Great-grandparents are Ruby Hesting, Esbon, and Jackie Riedel. Ramona. S.D. Smith. Courtland, accompanied Brianna to Mankato. The meeting was opened by Shirley Snider, vice president, with the UMW Purpose. followed by prayer. A page from the prayer calendar was presented. Books l',~r the reading program were on disph'.y. The school supplies project was me ntioned. Donations of school sup- plies or money can be taken to the parish office. Crystal Cosand was en- thusiastic about the cookbook project and told of the many options. The annual Bazaar will be NOv. 20, so members need to be working on items for sale. Several names were men- tioned as joys or concerns and were lifted up m prayer. Nancy Wendling gave a reading program report on Walk in a Relaxed From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Post Rock Ext. Agt. Whole grain food products are rec- ommended for health, yet choosing them canbe confusing, said Mary Meek Higgins, a Kansas State University Research and Extension nutrition spe- cialist. The term "whole grain" can be used when a grain food product gets 5 I percent or more of its weight from whole grains, such as whole wheat.- Why are whole grains more nutri- tious for our family members, rather than refined grain products'? Whole grains contain more of the naturally- occurring vitamins, minerals and fi- ber-rich portions of the grain than a refined grain product becadse the bran (outer covering of the grain) and germ, both of,which are rich in health-pro- moting nutrients, are removed when the grains are processed into refined grams. In addition to whole wheat, look for oats, popcorn, brown and wild rice. buckwheat (or kasha) and cracked wheat, which also is called bulgur, as the first ingredient in a bread, cereal or other product that carries the label "whole-grain." Grains such as quinoa, whole cornmeal (yellow or white), whole barley, whole rye, teff, ama- ranth, millet, Spelt and triticale are less common, but also qualify. While whole grains may be included in many products, a product that lists a whole grain as the first ingredient on the ingredients list (on the product's package) should offer the most health benefits. Higgins warns to be aware that phrases such as "made with whole grams." "'100 percent wheat" and "'multi-gJ ain" do not guarantee that a whole gram is the first item in the Clifford & Nevada Vetter will celebrate 60 Years of Marriage Friday, Aug. 20 Their family would like to honor them with a Card Shower Please send cards to: 2491 L. Road, ~k Formoso, Kant, 66942 office. Kansas Wesleyan University and Open Doors in Wichita. Phyllis Thefamilyof ~f~;~ Bob Rose (Beloit) is requesting a card shower in honor of his 80th Birthday -33Q i~ Saturday, Aug. 21 ' Car o, co gratu,ationsw " eachhimat: Manner by Joyce Rupp. and challenged members to join her on a 10-mile walk from Mankato to Jewell on Sept. 5. Thursday, August 12, 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS3.,B Bob's inn SUNDAY (PIZZA ONLY) 11 a.m.-8 p.m. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY 11 a.m.-10 p.m. ~_~ FRIDAY & SATURDAY 11 a.m.-11 p.m..,.~%~ Daily Specials ~O~'Tuesday .......................................... Cook's choice Wednesday ......................... Pan-fried chicken or Hunt's Brothers pizza (=8=~ each) Thursday ............................ Roast: Beef dinner or Hot Beef sandwich Friday .............................................. Cold plate ,~,~.e'~'~e,`= Saturday ........................................ Taco salad ~e,\~,o~'" Terry and Irene Ortman, Owners 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 Cleo & Geneva Hiltgen will celebrate their Diamond Jubilee y- ingredients list. "Taking the ti me to read food labels and choosing whole grain products is important," said Higgins. who noted ~:i =~i! that ongoing research confirms that ......... ~.:, ......... ::ii:ii: :::" the many plant-based nutrients and fi- bers lbund in whole grains help reduce Cameron Ehlers, son of Davon and Tori Ehlers, Fairfield. placed second [r~ the risk of bowel disorders, some can- the.youth division of archery competition at Lovewell Lake, Saturday. Ttie ccrs, heart disease (by lowering blood youth division was won by 3arrett Arasmith of dewell, for the third consecutive pressure and cholesterol), stroke and year Third place went to Grant Arasmith also of dewell. type 2 diabetes. Research also has shown that eat- ing whole grains helps create a feeling offullncss, which can be beneficial tn NEEDED - VOLUNTEERS managing appeute, body weigi?t anad reducing obesity. Drivers and trucks to haul dirt from landfill to "~ Mankato ballfields to raise level of field. "N Saturday,-Aug. 14 ' Call Eldon Dunstan for details Call: 785-243-4872 C Thank You nt to thank Leon and ther, ezvetl'c'r':'";'",.-~,-,,',y: : Hospital Staff for the good care I received while there - a great place to be if you need this care. - Lorraine S~ Thank You F "-" Thank You for all of the prayers, cards an'd" "~ _ hone calls ai the time of my sister's, Sharon ~ p ~x./" Allen, passing. .t'~J~ Jerry&PeggyVader~z' I ESBON FEST SCHEDULE Thank You of Tom and Brenda Bartsh wants to thank all of those (.you know who you are) that helped bring our harvest iri. The extra combines, semis, trucks and meals, while Tom was in the hospital. Also thanks to those who disk the ground after harvest. We appreciate all your prayers and help with everything during this time of need. Couldn't have done it without you. Thanks Again, Tom & Brenda Bartsh on Thursday, Aug. 19 A card shower is requested for the occasion. Cards may be sent to: Mr. & Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen 104 N. McRoberts Mankato, Kan., 66956 Ute Theater '*" Social & Benefnl" Saturday, Aug. 21 I k Hills High ,School Commons Mankato, Kan. I= cPeam social begins at 6:30 p.m. Benefit begins at 7:30 p.m. Any individual or business wanting to donate money, craft items, new merchan- dise, gift certificates or any other items or having suggestions for prizes, please con- tact Lori Bonjour- or Pare Dunstan at 785- 378-3434. To donate ice cream or baked goods contact Lisa Goodheart. 785-545- 3590 Come to the Rock Hills High School Commons for homemade ice cream social and a fun night of games. Saturday, Aug. 14 10 a.m.-2 p.m.: Mud Drags 4-Wheelers and Trucks Football,field behirid schools Payback Entry Fee 3 tries - $10 10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Car & MotorcyCle Show Entry Fee - $15 (1st. 2nd Plaques and Best of Show Trophy) 10 a.m.-2 p.m.: Concessions and Beer Garden during Races & Drags 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.: Go Cart Races* Entry Fee $10 *Must have all protective equipment (14 & Above: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trophies * Below 13: 1st, 2rid, 3rd Trophies) 10 aim. -3 p.m.: Crafts, Food Stands & Vendors at the Fire Hall Noon: Beer Garden & Lunch Stands at the Fire Hall and race track 1-3:30 p.m.: Bingo at the Senior Center Children's Game at the Fire Hall 2 p.m.f Co-ed Sand Volleyball, Entry Fee $15 - Team Paybaek Tonia 725-6241 4 p.m.: Parade Pre-register at Catholic Church 5 p.m.: BBQ Supper at the Fire Hall Broeckelman Sisters Performing the Vic and Mary Tullar family. I~O ~[ 7-9 p.m.: Arm Wrestling Men's & Women's Classes Entry Fee Paybaek 8:30 p.m.-Midnight: Free Dance-by "Flat Spin" 70's & 80's Rock & Roll Beer Garden Fun for ALL/ Come Early & Stay Late/ Contact Dave Hastings 725-6411 or Jerry Benjamin 725-3053 i[ii" ?,rr~:r-~:-~l:r~rr"~;'~'ll~,- . . ,.q:, . ~ . -~lll~llllllll|lllll'il11111l~lrilllllllJ[llllllltT!~ llll~ill[[ii~lll [I ill]i l~ IIl~ i~i,~li~i'~.'l ~/~BI~I[~ " '