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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 23, 2010 the shox~. Funnel cakes, coffee and Randall By Fawna Barrett pop from the youth-sponsored stand supplied the tummies between meals. 11 i Randall received 1.30inches of rain Good times! ! last Monday evening and more Wednesday morning. However, the rain was spotted and just a short dis- tance from town, less than one-half inch fell. Amy Topliff. Randall librarian, and Mary Ann Kibbe. member of the board, attended the two-day Fall Library As- sembly at Camp Aldrich near Great Bend last Wednesday and Thursday. Nevada Vetter was hostess for D.D. bridge club. Cynthia Newell and Sherilyn Kadel were guests. Nancy Buser. Elaine Peters, her granddaughter. Dakota, and Nevada Vetter. attended the GFWC of Kansas Sixth District convention Saturday. All three women are on the district cabi- net. Weekend guests of Mary Ann, Bob and Chris Kibbe were her mother. Della Enslow. sister. Ruth Eastin. Lakin and Jackie Clifford. They came for the Highway 36 garage sales. Joining them for Sunday lunch were Kara and Lucas Kent. Junior and Phyllis Wilson took Opal Brandon out to eat Sunday and visited - friends at Hilltop Lodge. Jan and Roger McCollough drove to Maryville. Me.. last Monday and Tuesday visited two of Roger's flight buddies from their days in the Air Force. They spent the weekend at the Kansas State Fair with Ron and Jeanne Allen (Roger's sister) and Ron's brother and wife. who live in Hutchinson. Elaine Peters and Luke went with the Catholic Youth to a concert at Hill City Sunday night. David and Sherilyn Kade l had din- ner and were Friday afternoon guests of her parents. Arlene and Paul Pankratz. in Hillsboro. David, along with Pastor Jim Rice. Keith and Marcia Ericson. attended a United Methodist meeting at Concordia Sunday. Bishop Scott Jones was the featured speaker. Merlin and Carolyn Dixon arrived Thursday. They went with the Phil Vetter family to a football game Thurs- day and on to the Kansas State Fair for the weekend. Ron Given was here to visit his mother. Thelma Given. and called on Gerald Cash. Hc was handling the sale of his mother's home in Randall to Ila McElroy. Eric Griffeth was a weekend guest of Martha Lumb. They were Sunday evening dinnerguestsofDawnaGreene and Dan Sullivan. All had attended the Highway 36 garage sales during the Esbon Seemed like we had stepped back a few months this week as we walked into the post office and found Lila Frost handling the duties there. Lila was filling in for Bob Garman. Ione and Melvin Shipley went to Hutchinson Thursday where Melvin had a visit with his doctor. They later visited with friends. 'Last Wednesday Esbon residents attending Husker Harvest Days m Grand Island were Gale Burgess, Roger Uni:lerwood, Chris, Stacy and Kenneth Whelchel, Ed, Sherry and Brant Beam. Johnny and Janice Griffin. War- saw, Me., were trans ctmg busifiess in Esbon this past week. Karen Hancock. Deanna Under- wood and WandaThummel were busy visiting with customers at their loca- tion during the Highway 36 Flea Mar- ket. Saturday was a windy nasty day for both vendors and potential custom- ers, but Sunday was an improvement. Terry and Mike Pate were set up at the Richardsons' farm west of the Leba- non junction. Dwight and Beverly Frost had stands at the Burr Oak Community Center. Wednesday noon the local Ameri- can Legion and Auxiliary will host the annual coffee tour. State and district officers will meet with the local mem- bers of both organizations. The Esbon Auxiliary has some topics they want to discuss alter the di nner and the visiting officers have departed, so if you are members of the Esbon unit please make an effort to join the group for dinner and discussion. Six Michigan friends of Clair Sloan arrived in the Esbon area for the muzzle- loading deer hunting which began Monday. They found the motels all full because of the 36 Flea Market and had to stay in Concordia Friday night. Sat- urday night they camped out in the chilly weather that hit that day. Ar- chery hunting also started Monday. The county commissioners from the four counties of Jewell. Smith, Osborne, and Mitchell met for lunch Monday at the Esbon cafe. After eat- rag, the group moved to the senior center where they had their meeting. Ted and Wanda Thummel were in Salina Monday. Ted saw his doctor and received his post surgery check up. They stayed the night with son Joel. Church. Wanda Thummel. Dale Underwood and S hirley Marihugh. No one was present from the Ionia Church. Pastors Tessa Zehring and Dan Dmepsey were also in attendance. The Esbon American Legion held their September meeting last Monday night. Doug Hancock and Dave Hastings met with the Legionaires to discuss the possibility of using the Legion Hall tbr a future endeavor. After a miserable Saturday, Sunday dawned as a beautiful day for the con- gregation of the Esbon United Meth- odist Church to gather for their weekly services with Pastor Dan Dempsey bringing the message. Anniversary greetings were sung for S am and Alyce Gillette. A welcome guest was Ashley Gruenbacker. The church has given money tO the Rock Hills school milk fund. Acolytes were Jerrod and Dereck Gillett. Wanda Thummel was at the organ. Dale Underwood the greeter. Ken Mm'ihugh and Lane Underwood were ushers. Lindsey Underwood had children':, church. Pastor Dan in his journey through Psalms chose as his sermon title "A Severe World." He said we have moments of despair and are filled with doubt, but God is always full of grace and hope and our security comes fi'om him. May we each be ambassadors for God. "We' ve a Story to tell to ,he Nation." Let's do it. Sunday will be community fellow- ship at the senior center with the United Methodist Church as hosts. Everyone welcome at 9 a.m. Burr Oak Bv ,onny Barnes "'Praise the name of the Lord" was the call to worship at the United Meth- odist Church. Pastor Dan Dempsey's message was about the security God gives and was taken from Psalms 125:1 - 5. The closing hymn was "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations." Fellow- ship time followed. Sept. 11. the Scarrow cousins held their reunion at the Mankato City Park. Thirty-four were in attendance. They included Darrell and Brittany Peters. Broomfield. Colo., Roy and Joyce Ful- lerton. Superior. Carol Peters. Bird City, Troy Scarrow. Glenvil, Mindy, Ruthie and Anniah Gilmore. Omaha, Kelli. Cole andEiiimaStuart.Bdghton, Colo.. Shannon. Bry. den and Payton Morris. Stockton, Danielle. Katlynn and Sarah Slayton. Shawn Cales and Mike Smith. all of Selling, Okla. Kenny, Nancy, Erin and Sarah Oliver. Augusta. Harold Oliver. Waynoka. Okla., Diana Timmons. Lochbuie. Diana Ord. Guide Rock, was a Thursday overnight guest of her par- ents, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. On Fri- day Diana helped with the garage sales at the community center. Ed Tucker, Phillipsburg, and John and Sue Tucker met Tom Tucker, Lawrence, Kan., and went to Lake Texhoma on the Oklahoma and Texas border for a weekend of fishing. Darin, Amanda and Lilly Barnes, Red Cloud. were Friday supper guests of Cliff and Glenny Barnes at a Red Cloud restaurant. They were celebrat- ing Darin's birthday. The Burr Oak Community Center was a beehive of activity on Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. as community residents participated in the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt. Peggy Wilson was in charge of planning the activity. Tables of many kinds of items could be found as well as a snack table on Friday and lunch on Saturday. Alma Garman was in charge of the food and money raised will go towards helping the museum with expenses. Those hav- ing tables at the community center were Bob Hines, Julie Mohlman, Edith Ayers, Peggy Wilson, Cheryl Hillman, Beverly Frost and Gloria Schlaefli, Diana Ord and Glenny Barnes, Penny Turner. Jami Underwood. Amanda Frampus. Barbara Renner, Marilyn Johnson, Nora Decker. Northbranch Church and a gentleman from Esbon. whose name this writer didn't get. Downtown Deb Underwood and Sandy Billenwillms h ad a sale on main street and Allen Lewis had his store open both days. Eventhough Burr Oak is six miles north of Highway 36, a good number of folks saw fit to drive up and wander through the community center with many of them expressing appre- ciation for the community's efforts. Doug and Wanda Frasier traveled as far as Washington, stopping and shopping at the various towns along the way. on their quest for bargains during the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt. They report having a fun time. Walt Wilson. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Fairbury, Saturday night to attend the final night of Jayhusker racing. Ky le Ord won his heat race and took first in the trophy dash. In the feature race, he came in fifth place alter having a car stall out in front of him and not being able to get around quickly enough to maintain his third place standing. Kyle was the point champion for the MSL division for the season. Also attending were Kasey Ord and Brian Knehans; Kearney, Steffen Barnes. Taylar. Paisley and Jerzie Ord and Morgan Long, Red Cloud, Diana, Jeff\ Keller and Patsy Ord, G uide Rock. weekend Tuesday daughter Regina. Topeka, Colo..KathyandJoeHollisandTrevor "'TheWoundsofFaith"wasthetitle Joe Anderson had surgery in Salina joined them and they went to the state Colvert. Lynn and Sonya Scarrow, of RichardCox'smessageattheChris- last week and was able to come home fair in Hutchinson. Ted had a motor- Mankato, Midge Oliver, Red Cloud. tian Church on Sunday morning with ized vehicle to ride on. That evening Cliff and Glenny Barnes were in21 people in attendance. His selected the next day. Red Cloud last Wednesday to babysit scripture was Romans 8:28-29 and Jerzie Ord in the morning and both Proverbs 27:6. The pastor said some- Jerzie and Paisley in the afternoon un- timesbadthingshappentogoodpeople. til their mother, Taylar Ord. got off Benefits can come in to our lives work in Blue Hill. Sheryl Suiter has purchased a home in Randall from Bob and Tina Goff. She is doing some remodeling, with the help of her sons. prior to moving later this month. She works at Sun- flower Manufacturing in Beloit Fawna Barrett was an overnight guest of Natalie and David Wood and family Monday. Last Tuesday she at- tended Church of the Cross United Methodist Women in Saline to give a program on Israel. Wednesday, she was a guest of the Beloit United Meth- odist Women afternoon circle to give a they returned to Joel's where they stayed the night. Shirley Marihugh conducted the worship services at the Jeweil County Hospital Sunday afternoon. She was assisted at the piano by Lonnie Buckley, a resident. Shirley filled in for Pastor Dan Dempsey, who along with Pastor Tessa Zehring, Mankato, were attend- ing a meeting in Concordia. Saturday evening was the big time for Grant and Colin White, Belleville, as they celebrated birthdays. Grant is at 10 and Colin 1. Family members who went to the White home to take similar program, part in the festivities were Mike, Stacy, The 5'outheast Coyotes 4-H will Makenna and Hunter Stouffer, Glen have a program at the Randall Corn- Elder, John,LilaandVeraFrost, Esbon, mun!ty Church Sunday evening. Corn- Neva and Ed Lewis, McPherson,Larry, mumty residents are invited to attend Vyonda, Mike and JeffWelch, Jewell, Pest Control Lawn Service ~i SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! .......... Insect-Rodent Control Sentricon Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Colony Elimination System Seasonal ServicesAvailable ...... 109 West 5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554.1-800-748-8184 the supper and program. Signs will be Megan Frost,Concordia, and of course .... posted downtown concerning the time. the boys' brothers Carter and Levi, and -- Morn and Dad, Sheila and Shannon. Football... /- anoraylla Last Wednesday night the Jewell By Fawna Barrett County Parish Council of the United Harvest... Tis tile season of fluctuating tem- Methodist Church held a quarterly . ~went nmd,cn_~ davPeratures' Friday was really warm--a ugderwood,meetiwnegr:t)kheEs~2rr~hurcahn2tCTga ! Planting... .... c,i~y-'-~i,i-~ci2~'w~s-wi,,p~e~lU~;%iw~ . 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