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21ark Jewell County Local News cowboy, in rodeo Saturday night several Jewell County residents traveled to McBride, Gypsum. They col- Concordia with their horses to Guide Rock Local News By Joan Holns were recent supper guests of her Scholarship available from Kansas VFW The application blanks and in- Thursday, September 30, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B By Roberta Holdren Catholic parishes plan VYS weekend The Catholic parishes of Smith Center, Esbon and Mankato will nd Mrs. Rick Stansbury ebrated Hill's 98th birthday last participate in the Ranch Rodeo. The Golden Rod Garden parents, Keith and Daisie Hart- structionsforapplyingforaKan- StellaCollie, Betty James and be hosting a "Valuing Your Sexu- Smith Center, were Monday. Categories entered were penning, Club awarded the "Yard of the man. sas VFW Endowment Scholar- HaroldCollievisitedtheDon, plail ality" program Nov. 19-21 at Sa- evening visitors of BettyHowland, Belleville, ac- mugging, doctoring, milking and Month" to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Richard and Margaret Swan- ship are available for students at and Jim Collie families in Phoe- eyed HeartChurch, Esbon. Mem- companiedMrs.ForrestDempsey branding. Smith. son, Keamey, were Sunday the high schools in Burr Oak, nix, Ariz., a few days. Richard bers of all area churches are in- calledon to Newton last Wednesday. Mrs. Members of the Republican Golda Duffy left last guests of toy and Virginia Jewell and Mankato. They also Collie, Califomia,wasalsoavisi- vited to participate. last week. Dempsey had a doctor appoint- Valley Feedlot Team were Brian Wednesday afternoon to visit Robb. Also visiting with them may be obtained by contacting torinArizona.StellaCollie's91st According to Father Ken Colorado ment. They were WednesdayMurray, Dwight Murray, Bruce her sister-in-law, Elsie Conner, were Chet and Kathleen Fee. VFW Auxiliary Endowment binhday was eeletn-atexl while they Lohmeyer, pastor of the three was a guest of overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murray, Mankato, and Joe Eilert, Stamford, Neb. Thursday they The women are sisters. Scholarship Chairman of Post were there. Catholic parishes, this program last week. Mrs. Leroy Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Jewell. Brad Hajny, Esbon, and went to Arnold to attend a fu- T.J. Morris, Superior, visited 7830, Janis McDill, 205 S. Cen- Brian Williams, Stafford, was involves students in grades six n, Courtland, Mr. Marshall Holmes, Amy and An- Glenn Hajny, Belleville, were neral of a cousin, Reta Auble. his grandparents, Ralph and ter, Mankato. a Saturday evening ,,iskor of his through 10 and their parents. It is rdWatson, Hardy, gela, Hesston. members of the Rockin' NTeam. Saturday and Sunday they at- Joan Hoins, Saturday. He came The completed applications parents, Bub and Pare Williams. designedtohelpchildrenandtheir ~.mpsey and Alene Mr. and Mrs. George Balch tended the annual Pork Days in to help his grandfather,needtobeinthedepartmenthead- Warren and Shirley Sl~lton, parentsopenlinesofcommunica- during the week. attendedtheJewellCountyCoun- ~to Library' Stamford. Mrs. Auble isasister Last Wednesday Bud Duffy quarters byNov. 15 and must be VanBuren, Ark., and Jim, Glora tion about issues regarding hu- Mrs. Spicer cil on Aging meeting last Thurs- Winter hours are 1-5 week- of Ramona Wulf, Guide Rock. broke his leg. His mother, Golda turned in to the Auxiliary Post andJanellShelton, Manassas, Va., mansexualityandgives themtools er were Sunday din- day morning at Randall. days, 7-8:30 Monday and Marvin and Phyllis Hartman Duffy, reported him getting 7830byNov. 1. Eligible students visited Ruby Elniff, Thelma for making the important moral s of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick Wednesday evenings, 10 a.m.- and Carl Hartman St., Hastings, along alright, are children or grandchildren of Shelton and Betty Barrett this past decisions young people are faced were in Guide Rock last week. Sunday supper guests of Mr. current VFW members or VFW week. The above had dinner to- with today regarding their sexual- ~l, Christina and Paul,WilmaViSited KeyMildredat theLUndbladest.Joseph Hos-and brary.nn Saturday at /~Iankato Li- While here Marvin helped Keith and Mrs. Bill Sholtz were Gary Auxiliary members (or those who getherTuesdayeverting~ataJewell ity and their faith. The VYS pro- Kenny Huber and Mr. pital, Concordia, last Friday. Story Time for preschoolers, Hartman shingle their father's and Bonnie Lewis, Red Cloud. were active members at the time restaurant, gram is designed to provide help Paul Osborne were call- Mrs. Forrest Dempsey called ages3-5, willbegin Tuesday, Oct. house. Troy and Linda Etherton of their death). Only application Pam and Bub Williams, Judy for parents as they seek to teach and Mrs. Clare Osbome onMadelineSiltsatJewellCounty 5, 2 to 2:45 p.m. Janet Crary and Faye Wilcox were Sunday guests of his aunt forms marked "Rev. 6-93" are and Jerry Shaffer and Charles and their children. Long Term Care, Mankato, Fri- The library has a new book by attended the Tommy Dorsey and uncle, Ralph and Joan accepted. Roberts Holdren went on a bus The program begins Friday tour to Fort Randall, S.D., and evening and ends late Sunday af- calledy aftemoon.n Grace daYMr.aftemoon.and Mrs. Gene Clark met Janettedemess.,,Oke, "Heart of the Wil- dayCncertevening, in Hastings last Thurs- forHins'the HoinsThey came to cut wood s$ional to speak were gone Friday and Saturday to temoon. It involves videos, pre- John Clark, Buhler, for supper in Wilber Sholtz was a Sunday Trent Alan Richardson, son at Jewe11 Sunday the Indian reservation, sentations, group discussions and Marie Means met her daugh- a variety of other experiences: At avisitwith Salina Friday. ScalTow ptcnlc dinner guest of Bill and Barb of Gregg and Heather Richard- The Rev. Dan Thompson, ter, Ann, inLincoln Saturday and least one parent must comit to Mrs. Ralph Warren Heinen, Topeka, was The Searrow picnic was at Sholtz. son, was dedicated during the newly approved Assemblies of they went to Wichita to visit an- participating in the program be- a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. the White Rock High School Wayne Etherton, Lincoln,worship service at the First Bap- PRID~ Harold Heinen, Alvin Heinen and cafeteria Sept. 5. was a last Wednesday guest of tist Church Sunday. God missionary to Eurasia, will other daughter, Cindy and family, fore a son or daughter will be L~kU.DJC~ Mark Heinen. Attending were Anna May his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Felton be the featured guest speaker at for the weekend, accepted. CommuniD ar. Joy, Kristina, JoAnna and Scarrow, Tim and Ervin Scar- Ralph and Joan Hoins. He came were in Salina several days last Jewell Assembly of God Sun- The Charles Holdrens wereThere will be an informational senior center last Jackie Jensen were weekend row, Marvin Scarrow, Otis, to help Mr. Hoins. week visiting her father, Earl day, at 6:00 p.m., according to Sunday visitors at the Edwin meeting Sunday, Oct. 3 at 1:30 Clarice Norman returned to Kempton. the Rev. Stephen MeKiearnan. Holdrens Sunday. p.m., at St. Theresa Church, 'eleome the PRIDE guests of Esther Jensen and Colo., Floyde Parmentor, Lake her home Sunday after two Mr. and Mrs. Orley Rickard, Thompson said, "I was called George and Mary Frances Mankato, or 3:30 at St. Mary came to assess the SharonJensen. They attended the Isabella, Calif., AnnaBelle Rug- weeks with her sister, Leone Naponee, celebrated their 60th to the ministry on an Ambassa- Holdren, Clay Center, wereTnurs- Church, Smith Center. The ,m lished this fiscal Fall Fest Saturday P " gles, Paso Robles, Calif., Mary Boon, Franklin. wedding anniversary Sunday at dors In Mission (AIM) trip to day callers at the Charles Holdren MankatoMinisterial Association Curtis Free and Jodz Slate, Potter, Council Bluffs, Iowa, educing the PRIDE Salina, were weekend guests of Terry and Arlene Wiley, the Daryl Walling home in Or- Guadalajara, Mexico. Through residence, and the Smith County Ministerial eMorice, Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free. Addi- Darrell and Derrick Peters, Den- Shasta and Lacy, Grand Island, leans. Ellen Robb and Sadie missions conventions at North Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Nelson, Association have received infer- der, Grand Junction tional Sunday dinner guests were vet, Carol Peters, Bird City, Guy their driver, Larry Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Patsy Oliver, Lyons, Dan, l~lllkato F~[l~er Rickard visited there in the af- Central Bible College in Mirme- Belleville, were last Tuesday mation. An invitation has ~3een lrdenCity, the com- andSamantha. Sunday',fftcmoon Vickie and Rex Harshbarger, temoon, apolis, Minn., I felt the Lord evening guests of the Joeextended through these associa- adersbeg~madiscus- BenandShirleyandCurtandJodi Colby, Amy Feay, ColoradoBeavers to meet Friendship mea.~ leading me into missions work Burnhams. tions to all area churches. among Muslims." Mrs. P. M. Fuller, Mrs. Joe us projects, visited Bill Kasl at the Belleville Springs, Colo., The Mankato Eager BeaversMonday-steak raz~chero, "I served with the Missions Evans and Esther Bun'is, Beloit, [ lira -$1mlo'l Tammie Hilker, McCook, Junior Leaders will meet Sunday wedges, cookiecarrots, btm, pine- Abroad Placement service were last Thursday afternoon I |iU ellall mik related about the Health Care Center.Ivan Morton, Oberlin, Charlene, aftemoon at 2:30 at the Catholic apple upside down cake. uests of Nel Burnhams Theuv- ~ e==er m, Kids' Komer and Mr.andMrs.DormanStafford, (MAPS) in Europe," Mrs. Th- g " F"- NewandUTe~GTn:'r !nk. Vera Reed told Vancouver, Wash.,visited My.and Bill, Donna and Tamara Saville, Church basement in Mankato, to Tuesday-beef and noodles, ompson said. "Through working women played bridge. Melissa Dayhuff, Bern, Kan., plan the program for the year. green beans, harvard beets, whole in coffee house ministry reach- Aunts Margaret Gentry and[ Cleaning and Repair tenting and Carepro- Mrs. Brad Keeler and Mr. and Percy and Louise Oliver, Gay- The regular meeting will fol- wheat bread or roll, cantaloupe, ing Muslims I became burdened MarieMoore wereSunday dinner [ Olive I-lil--~ad ~ being a Tree City Mrs. Howard Field Saturday nett, Kan., Lynette Nichols and low at5 and officers' training will Wednesday-beef stew, for these people." Leeighthconsecutive morning, guests of Joe Burnhams. , 'd Patrick related the Saturday visitors of Mr. and Ruth Martin, Dallas Texas, be at 6. applesauce gelatin, cole slaw, bis- It is estimated that there are Melinda Daylluff, and Josh Members should bring enroll- cuits, sugar cookies, now more than one billion Mus- t preserve a land" Mrs" Melvin Dahl were Kevin Hass' Mrrill' Kan" Lynn and ment cards" tseh ~rldWarI memorial DahlandWilliamandTanyaDahl, Sonja Searrow and family, Man- Thursday-sweet-sour pork lime worldwide. The vast ma- ;rans, and restoring it Courtland. kate, Les and Ruby Leochner, Kindler pr ldes withrice, peas, orangejuice, whole jority of missionaries and minis- Tibbetts F er tl site at the city park. Ann Keeler was a'Saturday Ludell, Kan., Don and Maxine wheat bread or roll, baked cus- ters have failed to target the . Furniture x spoke on fulfilling aftemoon caller of Agnes Cuzik. Phelps, Norval and Gloriaat 4-H counctl lard. world of Islam. Tentatively, the nemuseum and howSarah Studer, Amanda Studer Phelps, Atwood, Kan., Marjorie Eleven members, seven adult Friday-meat loaf, parsley po- Thompsons plan to be working Flexsteel La-Z- _ y 4 I ~ty had saved the old and Anna Beckwith baked a cake Lucas, and Kenny, Dana and leaders and two agents were in tatoes, lima beans, whole wheat with Sobhi Malek, well-known Ir was the original and served it at the Barn Saturday Breanna Oliver, Wichita; Ron attendance when the Jewell bread or roll, gelatin with fruit, pioneer in Muslim ministry.'!]~!~i " " " atycouncilandcom- afternoon to celebrate the Sept. 25 Oliver, Enid, Okla., Roy and County 4-H Council was called ~ They will be assisting in litera- ~~1 , t : Broyhill Scaly "~' '~ ry. Problems caused birthday oftheirgrandfather, Carl ture development, designing ~ " : ' Joyce Fullerton and Cynthia and to order bY President Josh Kindler Formoso Health Clinic Interior Design rainsand windweak. Studer. Cement between theMr. and Mrs. Carl Studer had Joshua Fullerton, Superior; Lu- last Monday. The Jewell County Health radio programs and helping ' , Service at, so funds were supper in Mankato Saturday. cille Leochner, Oberlin, Ken., rialcontributionwasraa._d.A thank you note from Lyle Department will have a nursing form ministry teams. "- - "527- :Co the outer wall. TheMohlerfamilyhadare- Vickie and Mary Anne Way, andPennieShipleyforamemo- clinic at Formoso Tuesday morn- -------- 1913 22111 is filled with pre- union Sunday at the Formoso Se- Bellevue, Neb., Kathy Oliver ing from 9 to ll~at the Senior Cellophane was invented in 1914 M Belleville, Kan ~s of our past. nior Center. and family, Gerber, Okla.; Don There were 156 at the appre- Citizens' Center. Switzerland in 1906. I \ ark rea~l Brian The Athena Club family get- Thacher, Bellevue, Neb., Harold ciation barbecue. ory on the numer- together was Sunday at the fire and Susie Oliver, Inman, Kan.; Because of scheduling con- I IIII I I II IIIII II III lill ejects that the 4-H station meeting room. Bob, Janet, Will, Joe and Rol flicts for a county-wide officers' n involved with.~ .... BettyHowland;Be}teviHe, was Hoover, Topeka; Mindy Tim- training, clubs will be responsible ~ ~ ~ ............. gav~ ~lks on the a Sunday dinner guestof Mr: and ,mons Hays, Kant.; Diana',and forprovidingthistrainingprioxto ~ ~" ;'~ ~'~ ~ .... Station and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey. Earl Cress, Shannon and Kelli Nov. 1. Deb Murray invited other gOftheFormosoCafe Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler were Timmons, Westminister, Colo., clubs to attend the Mankato Eager Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. Joe Hollis, Garber, Okla., Lisa Beaver officer training Sunday. Guy Switzer reported .Project where three were installed 36. One was old Blue A painting, of the 1909, was trial site in the block Higbee gave a each had and Mrs. Rob Bonjour, Neil and Kaylcne. Mrs. Henry Srhics, Courtland, visited Ann Keeler Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. D orman Stafford, Vancover, Wash., were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stal'ford. John Sjolander and Mike Mohler, Scandia, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson, Courtland. The Formoso Senior Citizens will meet Oct. 4. Everyone should come in costume. The Formoso Health Clinic will be Oct. 5 at the Senior Center, 9-11 a.m. was in charge ns. She created blackboards with land- These the judges, who a visual tour. Were served at the ping and Tax Service and Bloom - P.O. Box 424 Neb. 68978 -- Phone: 402-879-4764 Marilyn Peterson Tax Consultant week's report from the Hv tock Commission Co. 189 caffie. Here are some sales: 800. heifers .... 535 ~ ....................... 91 .~ steers ..... 555 ~ ..................... 102.50 ..... 470 ....................... 93.50 ; ......................... ..................... ......................... ...................... aa.Ts ";; ......................... 660 Ibsl ...................... 96.00 ers "', ................. 530 Ibs ..................... 103.00 .......................... 640 Ibs ....................... 93.25 .......................... 655 Ibs ....................... 93.50 ......................... 840 Ibs ....................... 83.00 foe Friday, Oct. 1 Ibs. Ibm. ............. 750 Ibs. ............................. ; ............. 550 Ibs. "SPeclel Calf and Yearling Auction "SPecial Cmlt and Yssrllng Auction Taylor and Tom Outler, Osaw- The achievement program com- tomie, Ken.; Dorthy Oliver and mittee will meet Oct. 10. County Midge and Richard Oliver, Burr 4-H Day will be Feb. 26. Oak. ApPr0val was given to pro- Addition guests were Bumice vide $100 academic scholarships and Helen Oliver, Kay, Charles to Kristin Russell and Cory Un- and Bernie Endoff, Fairbury; derwood in lieu of the Kansas Tammy Endorf, Ron and Clay- City Conference Trip because ton Brandt, Denver, Ruth, Ira this trip will not beavailable. Baker and Ira Jr., and Clayton Election results were Tracy Baker, Sutton, Loretta and Ivan Bruning, president; Melody Un- Ayers, Washington, Kan., Dor- derwood, vice president; Rachel othy and George Jonas and A1 Larsen, secretary; Cecelia Bermel, Kansas City, and Cheri Bouray, treasurer;,, and Heath Williams and family, Fairbury. Martin, reporter. I COUPON iim e Illl~ ono t I I 991 Coupon Expires Wednesday, Oct. e 420 East Third, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4710 Sale to be held at farm located from Red Cloud, Neb. 4 mlles south, 2 east and I/2 south, beglrmlng at I0 a.rm on Saturday, Oct. 2 be aml/ab/e TRA~rOR. TRUCK AND l~k~lIl~: 1962 IHC 560 die,el tractor WF, I fast hitch, dual hydraulic, good rub~. 1954 Chevy 4400 1 112 ton truck. I 13 1/2-11. box, hoist, stock racks, bale rack, shedded, looks extra good;| 1959 Ford truck with box and holst~ John Deere 55 square back eombh~. 14-ft. header, good rubber,-, sharp; Krause Model 900 18-tt. hydraulic fold disc, good blades: White Model 505 5-18 semi-mount plow; John Docre 24"1" square baler, always shcdded, extra good; Papoc Model 86 grinder, always shedded; John Docre 8-16 drlll. DRS- 16. low rubber, clean; Krause 11-11. 'madem disc; 2 4.~eel hay feeder wagons, holds 5 bales; 4-~eel ~ear with 1 10-bu. box; l Bale wagon, hauls 5bales; Farmland Wheel rake; John Deer 10-11. one-way; Massey Harris manure spreader;, Noble 2- ~ctlon 14-11. drag harrow;, John Deere No. 5 slckle mower, made, 3-pt.; Speed King 30-ftJt6-in. augerwlth gas motor. 6 Bale accumulato~, 10in 15- pieces of machinery for salvage and Iron FORD TRACTOR AND F~UI]PMIgNT: Ford 8N tractor, good rubber, rdce shape: Ferguson 3-pt. cultivator, Ford 3-pt. 2-bottom ploys, 2 Dlrt scoops, 3-pt.; Ford 1 shank rlppe_r. 3:pt.: John ~ 2-sec~on ~oo~, 3-1~; Set of tractor tire chains lot rord; 2 Sets o[ [rent wheels and ttres for Ford IAVI~TOCK Ig~UIPMigNT AND MHIC~U~: WW cattle aquoc~e chute; WW calf cradle: 10-11. pickup stock racks; Portable leadtn8 chute; Lick tank_; 2-pt. to 3-pt. adapter; Vet supplies; 20-bu. pig feeder. Comfort cover fox 560 or M-tank heater:. Alro-Vac 6-in. screw In ~ndn fan; 35-11. of 8-In. aeroation tubes and fan: Set 18.4x38 hub mount duals and hutm. 75- 80 percent rubber; 300-gallon fuel tank and stand; Sldl saw pump Jac~ 11 O-volt cxhausc fan; 4-in.x 16- ft. auger with motor. Table ~ Heat lamps; 4 Goulds pumps: Set 15.5x38 tractor chahas c~ig~: Wooden pulleys; Old dehorner. Old scoop endSate; Many other Items of all types AUCI'IONigER COI~ilgNT: The Brumbaugh's bought good equipment have taken good care of It. One of the cleanest lines we've had the opportunity to sell at auction , Tl~tl~S OF SAI~: Cash or goo~ check day of auctlonlt Nothing removed until settled for. Merchandise at bidder's risk after bid off. All Items sellwith *as Is" warranty. Owners and auction staff not re~q~n~ible for acddenta. All announcement~ day of sale take precedence. Phone day of sale is 402-746-3823 Mr. and Mrs. H.E. "Gene" Brumbaugh 402-746-3326 # 402-257-2335 402-746-3823 The following will sell at the farm, located 5 miles east, 3 miles south, and 3/4 mile: east ofMankato, Kan., or 4 miles north, 2 miles east, I mile north and 3/4 mile eastl of Jewell, Kan., at 10 a.m. JEWELL GEMSTONES 4-H CLUB WILL SERVE LUNCH Machinery 1983 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, 1/2 ton, 305 V-8, air, p.s., p.b., automatic Farmall 560 gasoline tractor, wide front Farmall M tractor, wide front, good tires, two hydraulics Farmall Super M tractor for re- pairs 3-pt. from Farrnall M 2 4-wheel hay feeders Allis Chalmers round baler, used very little Oliver 5-bar side rake, No. 207 John Deere grain drill on low rubber Oliver grain drill, seeder Crust Buster 24-ft. spring tooth, 3 bar IHC 2-row lister Dump rakes Case 4-14 plow Case 3-16 plow Krause 10-ft. disc, extra good blades Minneapolis Mol e one-way IHC semi-mounted mower, hy- draulic lift Farmhand stacker, hay basket, stack buster, manure fork IHC No. 9 horse mower Several pieces old machinery and iron Miscellaneous 125-gallon propane tank 300-gallon fuel tank and stand 500-gallon fuel tank Cattle panels Steel posts Electric steel posts Craftsman reciprocating saw Hydraulic cylinder Chain saw Sears electric chain saw 5 Toolboxes Log chains Gardener Ro-Ho garden plow New monitor pump Jack Fence stretcher Farmall M cover Skil saw Many tools and miscellaneous not mentioned Antiques and Collectibles Majestic wood cook stove, white, with boiler, complete Montgomery Ward wood heater Lard press Aluminum roaster and coffee maker 4 Sad irons Saws Sad iron with handle Ice tongs Stillyard scale Shucking hooks and peg Saddle stirrups, wood and iron : School seat out of oldest school in Jewell County Red Wing 3-gaUon chum Red Wing 3-gallon stone jar Red Wing 12-gallon stone Jar Copper boilers, rough Splitting wedges 2 Cast iron seats 9 metal seats Corn sheller Cow yokes Cow kickers 8 Milk bottle carriers Bolt action 20-gauge shotgun Cast iron kettle Several pieces old furniture 2 Chairs, need cane bottoms Pattern back chair 6 Pair harness hames Grindstone Old metal bed, ornate Several metal beds Solid wood dining room table Singer treadle sewing machine Maytag round and square tub washers Many small and miscellaneous items not listed House One-story home to be tom down TERMS: Cash or good check day of aucUon. Owners and auctioneers not responslble for broken or stolen property. Merchandise at bidder's risk after bid off. Kelly Bouray Montgomery