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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS I Jewell&apos;By Roberta Holaren . = Carl and Marsha Knarr are happy to announce the birth of a granddaughter, Tia DeeAnn Strait, born to Brian and Amanda Strait in Concordia. She weighted 9 lb. 7 oz., and was 21 inches long when born. She has brother, Brady. Her great-grandmother is Ava Knarr of Jewell. Roy Arasmith had surgery in Salina Friday. He is home being his old self but taking it a little easy. John and Linda Woerner hosted 53 descendants of the seven sons of Clarence and Lucy Hutchraft Aug. 12 through 14. The group gathered for supper at the Woerner home Friday night and then went to Emerson Lake for cake, ice cream and the beautiful evening. Darrell Bohnert provided rides around the lake. Saturday's activities were held in the Jewell Community Center and Maag Park. John and Linda provided breakfast and mid morning snacks. An antique wishing well and a picture of Kansas sunflowers were the prizes for a Kansas trivia game. This year's sub- ject for sharing time was to tell about a favorite pet. This provided much warm reminiscing. Since 1998 the family has had a"traveling trophy" ofa crockware jug. This jug has now been in eight states Those who were able to stay till Sunday were breakfast guest of John and Linda. Next year the Hutchraft reunion will be held inKennewick. Wash. Linda Woerner drove her sister, Barbara Nigh, to Wichita to meet her plane for the return flight to her home m Lompoc, Calif. She had an extended visit with the Woerners and assisted with the Hutchraft reunion. Keith and Karen Hilburn of Logan, Charlotte Snyder's brother, visited Al and Charlotte Snyder on Friday. They ate out in Mankato celebrating belated anniversaries. Friendship Club met Tuesday for lunch at the local cafe. Seven members attended. On Sunday Gerald McAtee and Dale Park of Mankato attended a ham radio meeting in Salina. Randall By Fawna Barrett There will be no worship service at Randall Sunday as the congregation is invited to the community worship ser- vice at 10:30 a.m. at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church. Power Lifters' team will bring the Christian message. A couple of nice showers fell in the area last week. Chris Ramsey, Brooklyn and Gen- try, were weekend guests of Jill and Mike Ramsey. Melvin and Wally Thornton are spending some time in Mitchell County Long Term Care. Junior Wilson helped them make the move. Mark Given was a Monday over- night guest of his aunt, Ocie Miller. His dad, Richard and uncle, Bob Given stayed in Concordia. They were here for the sale of their mother's land. Ocie Miller and Bill Elniff were Monday afternoon coffee guests of Fawna Barrett, Last Tuesday afternoon guests were non and Midge Given, Kansas City, and Bob Given, Nine Mile Falls. Wash. non and Midge had driven to Jewell that morning for the land auction. Joanne Brown and Bill Elniff at- tended a baby shower honoring Theresa Griffeth in Jewell Saturday. The Mahin family, other families and friends totaling 48 had a gala Sat- urday in Jamestown. Mike and Kathy McMahen. Marcia Koch, and Dennis and Debbie Galoway stayed with their mother, Leota Clawson. through the first of the week. Megan and Seth Koch left early Sunday as did Ryan and Sean Galloway. Nevada Vetter and Chris Allison Delphos. attended the GFWC of Kan- sas state board meeting in Wichita Fri- day and Saturday. Mary Ann Kibbe hosted D.D. Bridge last Wednesday. Gary Gordanier stayed several days i Thursday, August 25. 2011 with his parents, Nell" and Lee Gordanier. Tom Neimeyer, Freeman, Mo., called on Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe Saturday. non and Jean Kibbe came to the area for the weekend. Saturday evening non and Jean, Bob and Mary Ann, the Shawn Kibbe family and Kara and Lucas Kent had a meal in Beloit. Sunday noon they were at the Bob Kibbe home for dinner. Marilyn Joerg took Brittany to K- State Thursday to prepare for college. Over the weekend, Marilyn, Megan Swink and Julie Spichal met in Man- hattan for a girls' day.. Blair McMillan begins classes at K-State this week. Alya Houghton has returned to Fort Hays for her junior year in the nursing program. Phil and Kristi Vetter and family were in Manhattan Saturday where Jesse competed in the 4-H Horticul- ture contest. Luke Peters participated in livestock judging. Mary Ann Kibbe and Jan Carlson visited Katherine Ross in Mitchell County LTC Sunday. Mary Ann vis- ited with Celia McMillan, too. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Woe is me! Dem weedshave taken over the garden. Just try being gone for a few days. Adda little bi(of rain and Walaa!! Weeds become giants. They clog the space meant for cucumbers, onions, t0maloes andothergarden stuff long past its prime. After another shower of rain, it was easy to pull dem darn weeds or wild grass, but the pile of debris was daunt- ing. It spilled out of the wheelbarrow and fell back into the garden. And really hadn't made a dent in the weed population. Gloves were wet from the dewy weeds, so dumped the wheelbarrow' ignored the overflow, pulled the gloves to dry and sought refuge in the house with a glass of ice water! II I Ionia i Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the message titled "Saved In A Basket," at the Sunday morning service held at the United Methodist Church. Scripture read was from Exodus 1:8 through 2:10. Greeters were Rex Henningsen and Clarabelle Hajny. Rex served as usher atad RitaRose lit the altar candles, There will be a board meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the church annex. Bob Rose celebrated his 81 st birth- day Sunday. Rod and Rita Rose visited Bob and Jean Rose, Beloit, to wish Bob a happy birthday. Bruce Fedde, Ponder, Texas, vis- ited Monday through Friday, with his parents Roger and Arrilla Fedde. Bruce, served his customers in this area and also helped his parents with some projects. Saturday night, the Feddes attended the Ute Theatre ice cream social held at Mankato. Rod Rose called on Buford Tucker last Wednesday at the Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Judy Weber, Opal Glauser and Vir- ginia Douglas visited Harold and Nova Shoemaker on Sunday afternoon. They broughtdesserts and celebrated Nova' s belated birthday. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended the Cawker City Picnic held Saturday night. Dick served in the parade as a }nember of the color guard. They also visited inthe home ofDaveand Glenna Reling. Sunday, the Schlaeflis attended the ' Payne H r t tt r AGRICULTURE Bobcat Works Pasture tree clearing Post hole drilling General dirt or lot work Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 Brent Beck, 785-545-5427 , Beloit Special Education Cooperative Jewell, Mitchell & Lincoln Counties PO Box 506 Beloit, Kan., 67420 The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln counties and parts of Osborne County that are in the Waconda School District. The screening wilt be conducted in Beloit during the morning of Friday, September 2, 2011 If your child is expenencmg difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor, self- help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills, please call to schedule an appointment. Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Cooperative TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-888-738-5275 before noon on Friday, August 26, 2011 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 min- utes will be required to complete the screening. It will be held at the Beloit Special Educa, tion Building, 1714 N. Hersey, Beloit, Kan. = = t = t il II Going to college or Vocational School? Keep your checking and savings accounts HERE in the Randall Branch Internet Banking & Debit cards are here BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 '.._1"i 785-739-2212 I.NtER Olive Hill Chur Roger and Ly and Jacqueline Superior. From Mon( Monday, Aug. total .67" of raii Danny and 1 returned from They visited Fairbanks and woods. They r( flew over the A the Dawson Hig AlaskaPipeline. Emerson Lake Forest for bear cruise to view tl Marcy reported visiting numerc a lot of nice pe world. Friday, Rod Stan and Ann ( They sited P dren. " Dick and Gh andDiannaCoa rado for a week Springs where 1 classmates of l their spouses; I erts, Enid, Okh Coad, Phoenix, the mineral sp 1 )agoSa Spring l)urang0 t6 Si S.N.G. Railroa( The Coads Mesa Verde Dewellings. R Gloria, went o and visited Cn Falls and the C Leon and K; Scott and Rach, past two week( visited their ne Marie. She was weekend they and their fami home in Gosse school principz The countr3 being the end grasses remain are full, and th of a promising a lot to be than Northl: By Erma Dillc Ivan and L( Okla., last we bull riding e Center. They a CowboyChurc Pierce was un Lee, bull rider, Mrs. Ryan M( wife, sang sev Whitley an( at Grandma home. This s happy. B urr Oak H Marilyn Jeffe Lewis and Dori met for luncl Alexander hot Kelly and Callum and (3 :h and ate lunch with } Wilton and Gerald Boyles at a cafe in ay, Aug. t5 through 22, Ionia received a iarcy Simmelink have 2 day trip to Alaska. ;eward, Anchorage, Layed at Denali back- :le in an airplane that ctic Circle and drove ]way that parellels the They went by plane to n the Clark National iewing, and took a day Le glaciers and sea life. they had a great time us places and they met 9ple from all over the and Rita Rose, and '.olson wen to Salina. g Johnsonand cl- ria Schlaefli, and Ron 1, Salina, were in Colo- . They went to Pagosa hey met up with some )ick and Dianna, and ,loyd and Kathy Rob- ., and Loren and Deb Ariz. The group toured ings and water fall at and took a trip from werton on the D. & 1 and Schlaeflis visited ad hiked to the Cliff an, Dianna, Dick and to Colorado Springs pple Creek, the Seven arden of the Gods. ten Boden went to visit ',I Boden in Hesston the ads. On Aug, 12, they a, grandaughter, Emily born Aug, 12. The next helped Scott, Rachel y, move to their new Scott is the 6-12 high I at Gossel. side is so green for it of August. Pastures thick and green, ponds '. fall crops show signs good harvest. We have ful for II ,ranch ta Frost went to Tulsa. &end to attend a PBR ent held in the BOK lso attended the PBR' s h Services. PastorTodd ble to be there so Mike conducted the serwce. Connel. a bull rider's :ral hymns. Blaine Frost often visit ind Grandpa Frost's arely makes them all igh School classmates, "y, Violet and LeRoy s and Newell Alexander t and visiting at the le in Mankato. Becky McNichols, race. took a weekend M Renn inBu Barb G Mot Shtih ten r new and I help room lunct frien dorn Jeff Wes P Nort mort ann ship Lila as u Jeff play arilyn Jeffery and Barbara r had lunch together at the cafe rr Oak after which they visited in Ira' s home. andma Marilyn Jeffery and er Cormle Shulda helped Haley la, on Friday, get her kindergar- om in Concordia ready for the chool year. Saturday Marilyn ;elinda Jeffery went to Salina to Bethany Jeffery get her dorm ready to move in. They had with Bethany, Neal and his 1, Brittany, and then toured their L rooms, including Re, gan y's, all five of them at Kansas eyan. stor Ken Smith opened the abranch Friends Church Sunday dng worship service by giving uncements and the call to wor- Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery, Smith and Erma Dillon. Serving hers were Earl Buckley, Brad ry and Herb Jeffery. Rosetta d an organ arrangement Of"The BeaUtiful Garden of Prayer" for the offertory. Victoria Willitts carried the praise microphoneto those participat- ing in the praise time. Numerous prayer concerns were noted with time given to special prayers. Dianna Willitts sang a solo, "When I'm on My Knees" for the special. Matthew 16:13-20 was pastor Ken's text for his message entitled "Asking Questions." This scripture gives the account of Jesus asking the disciples "Who do people say that the Son of Man is"? Simon Peter correctlyan- swered "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the Living God." The question for each person is the same, "Who i Jesus," In order for us to know Him we must spend time with Him In sodoing others will learn Who He is by spend- ing time together. He is sufficient for our salvation and desires that everyone choose Jesus as their Savior. Velma Lee Smuck met her son and wife, Homer and Lois, of Alton and her daughter and husband; Jeanice and Mark Janke, of Junction City for Sun- day dinner in Beloit. Glen and Patsy Warner went to the home of Kevin and Susan Warner in Kechi, Kan., to meet with the rest of the family and to meet their grand- daughter, Ashley Warner's fiancee, DaVid Beier, of Wichita. Ashley is the daughter of Alan Warner. An early June wedding is being planned. A good time to keep your mouth shut is when you're in deep water. There are no new sins; the old ones just get more publicity. The trouble with bucket seats is that no t verybody has the same size bucket. Always be yourself because the people that matter don't mind, and the ones who mind, don't matter. I Mankato ,,, By Elaine Thomas As you can see Elaine Thomas will now be the correspondent for the Man- kato local news. Anyone who would like to contact her may do so or con- tinte to bring your local news into the JeWell County Record office. Moses was the subject of Pastor Gerry Sharp's sermon at Harmony trip to GoldelL, Colo., where Kelly took part in  WWII related event. United Methodist Church on Sunday. They also deli,ered 95 pair of shoes to It was based on the morning scripture: a collection pqint near Golden for the 'ExOdus 1:8-2:10. Pastor Sharp spoke "Soles 4 Sous" project which the Northbranch are promoting. about God's plan for His people. His ,. Sen1 "icon Colony Elimlnat on System ri -- " q I It Grain_Bins_ Eaton , GSI B Vacro-Pr Americal 6O *C *Gr 6 Ste 15 Ste 131 Ste 22 Ste 13 Ste 22 Ste 18 Ste SERVINGTHIS AREA FOROVER5OYEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Seasonal ServicesAvailable 109West 5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554 1-800-748-8184 "'1 i .......... iiiiiii '' i-'1 I ill I I ....... Grain Equipm.ent Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC York Legs den GSI Dryers 1 Commercial Agricultural Industrial /'85-781-4383 - 800-221-4383 Wisconsin P.O, Box 1.7 Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise or Doug Pruitt for estimates )mmercial *Agricultural * Industrial Metal Buildings in Storage and Handling - Concrete This week's re port from 00lmto Livestodt, Int. C! 75 Steers Friday, Aug. 19 rs 599 139.D0 ; 7 ,Heifers 352 132.75 ers 760 132.00 22 Heifers 446 132.00 .rs 815 134.75 6 Heifers 541 124,50 era 852 124.00 28 Heifers 737 117.00 Mrs 871 125.00 11 Heifers 934 113.50 =rs 1,044 118.50 24 Heifers 1,091 111.75 ers 1,210 111.50 tnsigned for Friday, Aug. 26 nd heifers, 600-700; 100 Steers and heifers, 750-900; 22 weigh-up cows. don Russell, 785-374-4577, Ce11785-819-6115 I Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Ce//785-545-6784 I Scott Greene, 785-428-353, Co//7,Y5-545-,5'612 I Kelly Bou ray, Cel/402-8Z9-5567 [ Ady Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Cell 785-545-8366 I ._.._._,=... ......  God is able to bring good out of what looks bad to us in order to bring about the results He has planned. The special music was a beautiful piano solo by Lyle Dauner. Lyle was the pianist for the morning, Anna Menhusen was aco- lyte. Pastor Sharp invited everyone to come to his concert in Esbon on Sept. 3. Elaine Lippold/Helen Ahlman, Barb Thomas and Loretta Wilson vis- ited Edna Moore at her apartment in Belleviile Sunday aftemoon. Over the weekend Jeanie Blair went to the home of her daughtdr, Mary May, and husband Doug at Mr. Hope. She also visited her granddaughter, Jennifer Cashman, and children and sister-in-law, LaVaughn (Blair) Loin and husband. Saturday afternoon Betty May, Doug' s mother, and friend Dick, were there for a visit. Family and friends gathered Satur- day night at the Mankato Community Center to surprise Kenny Rhea with a birthday celebration. A bachelorette party was held hon- oring Kristi Frasier in Beloit Saturday. Kaitlyn Diamond, Hays, enjoyed a weekend visit in the home of her par- ents, Pam and Eldon Dunstan, Baylie and Karrigan. Jennifer Thomas, Offerle, was a weekend visitor of her parents, Elaine Thomas, Doug and Cathy Thomas. Jennifer teaches fourth grade in the Kinsley-Offerle School District. A fun evening was had by those who attended the Ute Theatre Benefit Saturday night at Rock Hills High School. Jean Ann Whitaker was in Superior Sunday to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bob (Carolyn) Gumm, who is hospi- talized there. Brandi Becker, Ellis, met her mother, Penny Surmeier, in Salina Monday for the day. Lots of hugs and tears have been shared the past week as students said their good-byes and headed off to col- lege. Sherry Partridge and Cade Huncovsky have moved into their house in Courtland. Cade will be start- ing school at Pike Valley Thursdav. Don and Darlene Walker, Rex and Frances Weaverling, Loren and Vir- ginia Roe and Richard Diamond had their 30th get together at the Lovewell Lake last Wednesday celebrating their 80th birthdays. They have gotten to- gether to celebrate every year since their 50th birthdays. Silsby reunion held Aug. 14 in Superior The 50th annual Silsby Reunion was held Aug. 14 at the Elks Lodge in Superior. Seventy-five of the Silsby decedents attended. Mary Sawyer, president, called the meeting to order. Each family intro- duced their family members present and told about some of the absent ones. A few notes were read from those unable to attend and phone calls were reported. Eula Silsby read minutes from the 2010 meeting. The cookbook the family put to- gether was a real success. Officers elected for 2012 are Mary Sawyer, president, Barbara Gale, vice president, Melvin and Eula Silsby, sec- retary-treasurer. Johnny, Dick and Niles handled the auction. Kathy and Dave Atkins presented the family history of Sarah Silsby Chase. Betty Fogo has the pleasure of look- ing at the Silsby Steam Engine plaque for the next year. The reunion for 2012 will be held again in Superior. Attending from Nebraska were Harold and Edythe Francis, Mary Ohmstede,'LeRoy and Una Hartman, Darrell and Judy Hanson, LeRoy and Violet Lewis. From Texas: Rex Hulbert. Lisa Cary. From Missouri: Howard and Junia Brady. From Colorado: Jeanette DiGrigoli, Don and Marsha Pilger, Sherri S anford, Ron and Jeanine Lewis. From Iowa: Jon and Anita Gaul. From California: Susan Kaudelin. From Virginia: Nils Kaudelin. From Kansas: Lynda and Charlie Schrock, Orren and Earlene Bronson, Lyle, Julie, Leah and Garrett Silsby, Christine Riffel, Lolita and Loretta Silsby, Debble Wiles, Janet Noah, David Fogo, Betty Fogo, Virginia, Tammy and Deanna Alexander, Kathy and Dave Atkins, Donna Silsby, Bernice Harris, Sheila Casper, Wade and Lynette Alexander, Doris and Newell Alexander, Lori VanEaton, Alan, Debbie, Ashley and Brandon Hulbert. James, Chayne and Shelton Hulbert, Merla Hulbert, Mark and Mary Sawyer. John and Thelma Beam, Dick i and Jerry Nyp, Rick and Da Barbara and David Gale, Cur Dona and Don Beam, Melvix Sislby, Mike Harris. II Courthouse Accidents Aug. 14 at approximatel' on south Highway 14, on, south from K Road., Shar, Washington, Kan., drivi Chevrolet was south bour unable to avoid hitting a cal investigated by Deputy Ja Aug. 19 at approximatel on Cedar Road one-half mil 140 Road., Justin McCutch Rock, driving a 2001 Dodg, eling west when a blow o and he lost control of the v cident investigated by Dep Traffic Joshua R. Bohnert, faih seatbelt, $10. Shad L. Clark, failur seatbelt, $10. Derry D. Dibble, failu seatbelt, $10. Brooks J. Johnson, spee, Senior Center z By Patsy Warner School begins and surf ing around awhile longe discussed where August w, so fast. I think we just sta Karen Mayse, field re from North Central Flinl Agency, had lunch with t ] Harris, iis Silsby, and Eula ws 1:20 a.m. -half mile m Joubert, g a 2003 d and was E Accident obs. 9:10p.m. e east from con, Guide ;, was trav- tt occur[ed .hicle. Ac- ]ty Jacobs. ire tO wear to wear to wear ling, $143 Le her is stay- r. We'have ;nt, it passed /ed busy. 9resentative Hills Area on Thurs- day. We are always glad Io have visi- tors. We have an AOK (Answers For Older Americans) workshop today (Thursday) in Glen Elderr Theo topics will include becoming a better advo- cate; appealing insurance denials and helping with medicare co ts. Lunch is provided flee. A car will t you are welcome to co[ Local legislators Jay Em Schmidt will be availabl questions from 10:45 to 1 Golden Years is Fri& welcome tojoin us for lu seniors, and to support center. Monday is our last this year. We are havir salad, garlic bread Italia and blueberry cobbler. welcome and we serve al e going and ae with us. er and .Sen. , to answer 1:45 a.m. ty. You are ch with the ,our senior (keup meal g spaghetti, vegetables Everyone is 5 p.m. PLANTER CLEARANCE SPECIAL. 2009 Case IH 1200 Pull-type Planter, Brand New 8-Row, 30-in. 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