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urr Oak News Belle Grubbs Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keck have Jim Self and daughter, purchased the former Christian Coeur D. Alene, parsonage and will move in Were Sunday and Mon- soon. at the home of Mrs.Three truck loads of lumber aaOther-in-law, Alice Self. went to the Kelly McNichols and Mrs. Leslie Warner farm last week for their new log Grand Island Thursday home. LgtheNebras- Volunteers who kept the- Baptist Convert- United Methodist Church yard evening the Warn- mowed this summer were Mr. and overnight and Mrs. LaVon Ost, Mr. and and Mrs. Randall Mrs. Mike Modlin, Larry Gillett, and daughters, Aurora, Nancy McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Waugh, Whitemound 4- and Mrs. Leslie Warner- H, Anna Belle Grubbs, Mr. and [~tni(d Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Modlin, Mr. and Mrs. ~l'~J~nan, Guide Rock, to Lynn Harris, Mr. and Mrs. :a A:nerican Baptist con- Charles Packard and Mr. a nd e at Juanita Sunday. Mrs. Warren White. ' Nancy McCorkle visited her t Belle Ruggles, Paso grandmother and Vesta Sander- Calif., and Floye Par- son at the Good Samaritan Cen- Lake Isabella, Calif., ter, Superior, last week. Sited in Tennessee the Susan Diehl and Elizabeth ek returned to visit their Jeffery, Bermington, visited bOrthyOliver. . Amy Sue Abel, Topeka, this Tin Roesti purchased me weekend helping her celebrate 13Oyles property in Burr another birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Knight ,1 Cosand Anderson, who attended the state fair at Hutch- . here recently from inson several days. IS opening a computer Doug Frasier purchased the ou Main Street. The lumber yard building from the I was fomaerly a beauty Cosands and will be moving his md is owned by Iris business in soon. Rosie Caldwell, Wanda 1 Smullins entered Long Howard and Mr. and Mrs. War- ire in Man eato recently. Ten White were at the state fair Frances was hostess to in Hutchinson a couple days. Matrons Club in her Beth Jeffery visited Vesta ay. Sanderson Sunday afternoon at Chad Brown, Kristin Ruthstrom, Michele Decker, and Nick Switzer. Highway 36, Mankato, Kan. 913 -378-3930 gar Defense Beat North Central His and Hers Salon : (35 N Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 913-378-3434 Thursday, September 23, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESSi_SB the Good Samaritan Center, Su- Virginia Wrench ^,,:s a din- last Tuesday overnight guest of R q t p k perior, neT guest of Vivian Reed at a her twin sister, Ruby Skelly. e ues re airs9 ro~ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton, Beloit cafe last "'Friday. They They celebrated their birthdays. took her mother, Dorothy Oily- went to see the home Mrs. Last Wednesday dinner for dewell County roads er, to salina last Tuesday to see Wrench purchased and will guests of Ruby Skelly were Ruth the doctor and check her arm. move into. In the afternoon they Mahin, Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Peters, Randall, met with andJortMenhusen, vicepresident Mr. and Mrs. Doug Pair and visited Mr. and Mrs. Joy Micha- Bud Harlow, Red Cloud, and the Jewell County Commission- ofStateExchangeBank, Mankato, daughters and Mr. and Mrs. el at his Manhattan apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dillon, and ers Monday morning to inquire if visited about financial possibili- Keith Pair attended the state fair Birthday refreshments were Marlene, Caldwell, Idaho.the culvert is going to be replaced ties of the county. in Hutchinson Sunday. Brandy served. Recent visitors in the Nelson near his place in Prairie Town- Carla Waugh, Jewell County Pair placed ninth in photogra- Mary Ann Foley, Salida, 'Harris home were Viola Crane, ship. The commissioners stated appraiser, explained a copy of pay. The senior team she was on Colo., came by plane to Saiina Charles Crane, Gertrude Han- the tabe iaas been ordered and commercialappraisalshereceived placed 10th. she also received and was a weekend visitor of cock, Joni Korb, Brennen and should be received in October. and the request for her to reduce 1 lth in horticulture, her mother, Geneva Garman, a Briee, Debbie Hcald, Eunice Wayne and Glen McClure, the 1992 and 1993 county ap- The basement was dug ~rt.patient in Asbury Hospital. Hughes, Carla Dural, Mankato, Glen Elder, asked if the county pr~sal for a Jewell County com- week for the new home of . Velma Wilson, Superior, and Irene Frasier, IC,'isti and Josh will be able to furnish rock for merciai property. The case is go- Swingin' Squares open fall season Dancers opened the Waconda Swingin' Squares fall season with Bob Householter, caller. The next dance will be at the Cawker City Grade School Sun- day, 8 to 10:30 p.m., featuring Jerry Junck, Nebraska, calling squares with Dean Milner, Scandia, cueing the round dances. Hosts for the dance will be Kenneth and Doris Fromm and Paul and Doris Garey. Everyone is welcome. and Mrs. Warren White. It is Io- Vivian Reed visited Geneva and Margaret Frasier. their road this fall. The commis- ing tothe StateTax Appeals Board. cated just north of Madeline Me- Garman Monday at Asbury Hos- Sheahan stoners and road director stated deweU County Formoso Library Mains' home. pital, Salina. lvlanka they should get to it in about two to sponsor Voice of Periodicals this week at Beth Jeffery met friends and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blatmer, meets ill to weeks. Formoso Library are the '93 third former co-workers from the Red Mankato, and Delpha Jordon The children of the late Leo Tom Cavanaugh, Mankato, Denlocracy Pro~ranl issue of "Kansas," ,September Cloud hospital in Red Cloud last were Sunday afternoon guests of and Elizabeth Sheahan, Formoso, asked if the county is going to do The Jewell County Memorial "Free China Review' and "The Wednesday for lunch. Ruby Skelly. gathered in Mankato during the anything about the water washing Anna Belle Grubbs visited Alberta Gutscher was hostess weekend for a family reunion into his field. Engineer Franklin VFW Post 7830 and its Ladies Spotlight," September-October Dorthy Oliver Sunday morning, to the Monday morning Bible hosted by Clarice Powell and her stated the county will cut the di- Auxiliary will again sponsor the "Country Woman" and "High- Voice of Democracy Program in lights," and October National Winnie McNicbols and Beth study group. Before departing brother, Richard Sheahan, version ditch to let the water go, as JewellCounty.Sophomores, jun- Geographic "World" and "Out- Jeffery attended the Christian all sang "Happy Birthday" to Randall. Sixty-five people at- it was originally. Women's luncheon in Superior Ruby Skelly. tended a picnic at the Mankato Franklin stated there willprob- iors and seniors who are United door Life." last Tuesday. Later they visited The Christian church had an City Park Saturday.. ablybe l l2sitesqualifyforFEMA States citizens are encouraged to New books are a western, Vesta Sanderson. appreciation potluck dinner Sun- Children attenc]ing were assistance within Jewell County. prepare a script and enter the "Texan from Montana," by A1 Winnie McNichols received day for Ken Garman, who has Charlie and Faye Sheahan, Fort Healsosaidameetingwastobein county competition. This year's Cody, and a romance, "Pillow word her brother-in-law, Neff been preaching. Garman is now Collins, Colo.;RichardandLynell Topeka Wednesday afternoon in theme is "My Commitment to Portraits," by Rosemary Carter. McNichols, 72, California, died attending college four days a Sheahan, Randall; Bernard the State Office Building about America." Entries should be sub- Both are large print. last Tuesday. She, Doug McNi- week in Hastings, Neb. Sheahan and Bev Sheahan, Fort theflooddamagerepairsoncounty mittedbyNov. 12toSherriBoley, The next story hour will be chols and Cathy Chapman, The Burr Oak Christian Collins; Dan and Beth Sheahan roads and bridges, which will not V.O.D. Auxiliary Chairman. For Sept. 29 at 4-5 p.m., for kinder- Wichita, and Marcia Robertson, Church Women hosted a salad and Vic and Marge, Loveland, meet standards. One of the corn- further information, contact Mrs. garten through fourth grade. Chicago, went there by plane for lancehon last Wednesday Colo.; George and Gall Sheahan, missioners planned toattend with Boley. The library has an apron the funeral which was Friday evening for the Mankato Chris- Jefferson City, Mo.; Delores him. Franklin also reported the For state winners, there is a dispaly. morning. Nell graduated from tian Church women. Smith, Littleton, Colo.; Rosalie pothole patcher is being repaired, five-day tour of Washington, D. To make one ton of steel, it Burr Oak High School in 1939 Ruby Skelly, Delores Thor- Webster, Fort Collins; Joan and He was directed to patch and re- C. Awards are also presented on takes about 60,000 gallons of and married the former Marian ton, BethJeffery, WinnieMcNi- KenKimminau, Grandlsland;and pair old Highway 36 East of the district and local competition water. Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Badger chols, Delpha Jordon, Mary Clarice and Mahlon Powell, Formoso. Discussion was held Snyder and Shirley Wood, had Mankato.Son, AI, Loveland, was abouttheroadreclaimerandwork- and Mr. and Mrs. David Rose, dinner together Monday in not able to attend. , ing roads within Jewell County. Kier's Thriftway Campbell, attended the annual Smith Center in honor of Mrs. A Brunch at B & B Baker s A Martin Tractor representa- gives computer fall parade and flea market in Skelly's birthday. Dell Sunday morning was at- tive talked with the group about Clay Center, Neb., Sunday. Ruth Mahin, Campbell, was a tended by 54 family members, purchasing the road reclaimer. Windbreak Planning Thursday momiug Mary Lou Fred Eilert was in to ask about If thinking about lengthening BeckeT returned a call to Kicr's K-State student government rerocking their road. a windbreak, or establishing a Thriftway and received the mes- cabinet announced Approval was given and plans new windbreak and the site has sage she was the winner of the PC Kansas State University stu- were signed for the Lincoln Tele- not been summer fallowed now Computer, printer and hardware dents have been selected to phone and Telegraph Company to is the time to plow the ground in package given away at their in- serve on the student Govern- replace a buried communications preparation for tillage and plant- store drawing merit Association cabinet. Jeff cable system in Jackson Town- ing the trees next spring. Proper Mrs. Be~l~er and husband, Hansen, a graduate student in ship. site preparation will increase Sam, live in Mankato. They are animal science, from Superior, Dave Bothwell, vice president survival and growth of seed- the parents of two sons, Nick and will serve as attorney general, of Farmers State Bank, Mankato, lings. Matt. ~llll[ Ill IXIIIIli I I I I~l I I]ICII III III I I ~ l =r GoodLu k," o ! c M belL Withe ~IEI lXIllIlllllllllIlIllIllllIll 13e t es iiI- - renla ? MOVE IT DOWN THE FIELD -Go (:octgqril - Eaton Auto.Bo N East Street Mankato, Kan. 913-378-3445 You Can Do It If You Try ,C-'r-0-~RI, Mankato Plumbing and Appliance 113 N Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 913-378-3541 Have a Great Game, eat North Central!1 .. . Coast to Coast Total Hardware 1124 N Commercial Mankato, Kans. Go or T MankatOA Cut AboveCUgars Victory I The Rest! _ lu. f.uh BEAT / I Sty" " Shears - O'O"'""TM"I hstlc Weitmer Abstract and Title Co.i ["%117 N Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 913-378-3897 Weltmer Building, Mankato, Kan. I. I i 913-378-3172 Ill i/ Good Luck Against North Central Joan IN. Bleecker, DOS 123 N Commercial, Mankato; Kan. 913-378-3103 i I I I II I I I I - I