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lOB THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 6, 2003 By Anna Belle Grubbs I I I Pat Anderson, Denver, Colo., vis- ited during fall break. Main Street Market has a new aw- ning above the front door. Arlena Michaels, Independence, Mo., has been here visiting mother, Alberta Gutscher. Guests of Hazel Korb were Louise and Sandie Korb, Terry and Janic’ are vtsaing her sisters and brother. John McCorkle and friend, Kristi, Sioux City, S.D., were weekend guests of his parents, Nancy and Darrell McCorkle. Alma Garman was greeter Sunday morning at the U.M. Church and also hostess of the coffee hour. The District Supt. Rev. Terry Turner, Concordia, McCutcheon, Bob and Lonzy. They brouglRthcmessage.Saturdayevening celebrated Terry and Bob's birthday, is U.M. Church annual Fall dinner. Jackie Boyles is home recuperating K.K. Club met at the home of Joyce County Hospital, Iola, and is still there. after surgery. McNichols for a "Tastefully Simple" • Louise Koeo, Wanda Howard and party. Jennifermaley, Superior, isthe Northbranch Lyle Reece, Mankato, called on Gene dealer. Attending were Betty Wallace, and Marie Johnson. Velma Lee Smuck, Beth Jeffery, By Ruth Glover Rosetta Jeffery, Bonita Stands, Carol A large crowd attended the 25th Hanson, Lonnie Buckley, Marilyn C. wedding anniversary of Rick and Jeffery, Marilyn A. Jeffery, Erma Marilyn Wameking. Dillon, Pat Bird, LaVeta Winslow, Cathy Castleberry and Levi, Okla- Earlene .leffery, Anna Belle Grubbs, homa, are visiting her dad, Lynn Ruth Glover, Winnie McNichols, Volker. Loyce Jeffery and hostess Joyce Pauline ilnd Junior Mills, Colorado, McNichols. Ill Illl I IoniaMethodist Church service was and her granddaughter, Penney, went led by Jon Wren, a senior at Manhattan to Lucas last week to the Garden of Bible College. Greeters and ushers were Eden. Fern had eye surgery at Beloit. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. Gloria also ' Wendell and Karen Meyer went to plays the piano and Ann Colson plays Enid, Okla., to the 50th wedding anni- the organ, versary of Wendell's cousin, Mr. and Jean Rose attended the E.K. Mrs. Henry Moyer. Horseshow's year end banquet and Rex Henningsen and Ella Elston award night at Abilene. She and her went to the Randall Church supper and horse, Splash, won first place in the bazaar. age 46 and over in the Western Plea- I.,eonand Karen Boden's daughter, sure. She also won an award for the Ten-i, Topeka, son, Scott and wife most courageous rider in the trail ride Rachel, and granddaughters Alyssa and at the CK Ranch at Brookville. Elyse, Hesston, visited. Terri hosted a Fern Tucker, her daughter, Sharon, baby shower for Alyssa at the St. We will be Closed Tuesday, Nov. 11 In Observance of Veterans Day K AND Esbon 785-725-3663 • Burr Oak 785-647.6621 • Betoit 785-738-3501 I I I I I II Theresa Catholic Church basement in Mankato. Cecil and Lola Hillman had all Lola's children visit: Lola's daughter, Darlene, and husband, Ed Schelliger, Middleville, Mich.; son, Doug and Arlene Range, Wichita; and daughter, Debbie Keester, Cawker. Other visi- tors were her granddaughter, Melinda Brummer and great-granddaughter, Maddie, Hunter. Correction: Roberta Livers' address was incorrect in a recent column. She is from Portland, Ore. Word was received that Judy Ahlvers Richey has been in the Allen since Aug. 26 Pastor Ken Smith's morning ser- mon was taken from Matthew 16 and the Sunday evening one was a video. Geeter is Joyce McNichols and ushers were Tim Warner, Brad Jeffery, and Todd Jeffery. Nadine Guise led the group singing and special music was a piano duet by Lila Smith and Rosetta Jeffery. The Fall Festivai and surprise pas- tor appreciation shower was held. After the judgingofcostumes, a hayrack ride was taken by about 40. The children played games and bobbed for apples before the weiner roast. The pastors were presented with a cart full of gifts and the children each decorated a pump- kin to take home. The Mike Jeffery family, Mt. Hope, visited his parents and Mike and son, Shane, went deer hunting with bow and arrows. Kris and Mike Hammond, Bellevue, Neb., were guests of her mother, Edith Ayres and Jerry Harris. Several of the neighborhood chil- dren were out trick or treating on Hal- loween. Visitors at Glovers were Eden and Ivy Diehl, Regan, Kelli and Brady Jeffery, Jarret and Jaclyn Yelken and their great-grandchildren, Brittany, Bailey and Brody Lewis, Riverton. Jerry Harris and Edith Ayres went to Ft. Riley to attend a ceremony hon- oring Edith's cousin who was retiring from 36 years in a Civil Service job there. Several women from here attended a KK Club meeting at the home of Joyce McNichols in Superior. It was a tasting party conducted by Jennifer Healey. Jewell County LTC Saturday morning coffee was held .... and the video "Laura Ingalls Wilder" was shown in the afternoon. Worship wa,q conducted by Man- kate Baptist Church. Neolin Taylor presented the message, Opal Taylor was song leader and Jan Thronton ac- companied on the piano. Guests at- tending were Bob Switzer, Fern Pair, Roma Grout, Doris Kitts and Bob and Ada Grimm. Halloween week began with Hal- loween superstitions and jokes. The Prairie Land Cloggers entertained. Members of the group are Pam Hajny, Lynette Bartley, Jean Schuster and Bev Beavers. A Halloween party was the Tues- day Happenings event with Hallow- een Jingo, charades and "guess what's in the bag." Guests attending were Shirley Wood and Glenna Fogo. Resi- dents attending were Cleo Wilson, Eva Waugh, Ruth Roe, Jane Myers, Dean Coder, Lena Berry, Irene Kleppinger, Clarice Decker, Helen Oelkers, Aletha Logan, llene Alcorn, Mildred Thelander, Lela Huntsinger, Opal Dav- enport, Jeanne Grout and Norma Tho- mas. The residents learned of the history of the Ryman Theater, flmner home of the Grand O1' Opry. Mankato youth came to collect cans of food for the community food bank. Pastor Jim Rice and Pastor Dan Daniels were guests for Thursday morning exercise class. Those helping with games this week were Shirley Wood, Jeanne Blair, Linda Crangle and Phyllis Smith. A birthday party for Dean Coder was given by his sister, Shirley Wood, at the conclusion ' of the afternoon's activities. Guests attending were Dorothy Leonard, Doris Kitts, Eldine Neill, Eva Sanders and Geneva Garman. Those receiving visitors this week were: Mildred Thelander, Frederick Ford, Roger and Nancy Thelander, Janice and Don Grabast; Irene McCorkle, Nancy McCorkle; Florence Headley and Opal Davenport, Carol Garman; Esther Herndon, Jim and Connie Herndon; Lela Huntsigner, John and Lynette Huntsinger; Jewell Sweet and Norma Thomas, Rob and Conley Cleveland; Dorothy Munro, Chandra and Brayde Wagner; Florence Headley, Tammy Storey; Elizabeth Girmm, Robert and Ada Grimm. S15 (witha$15 Casino payback) Reserve Now!!! Roberta Holdren Jewell, Kan: 785- 8-3335 The Flower Patch wilt be Tuesday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day 102 S. Commercial • Mankat0, K ag.. 785-378;3950 All Jewell County Offices & Jewell County Solid Waste will be \ on Tuesday, Nov. 11 in Observance of Vetmrans Day I I I I I I I II I O OFFERS NEW SERVICE! 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Elaine Heskett, Lynette Swanson David, ElDorado, and and Katherine Gender performed with and Wyatt, Wichita, the women's barbershop chorus, in Mankato. "Friends In Harmony" along with the Terry Turner, Distri Hastings women's chorus at the opera dent for the Concordia house in Red CIoud, Neb. There were k two performances held. Esbon, Burr Jack and Jeanie Blair attended a Methodist Churches St Halloween party at the homeofJack's luck dinner was after sister, LaVaugh and Richard Loibl,- Harmony. Turner Wichita. They also visited two of their Jeweil Chamber meets Monday The Jewell Chamber of commerce meets Monday. Election of officers and planning for Christmas are the main topics of business. A program is planned. will be closed 107 S. Commercial, Mankat0, Kan. 785-378-3222 r In observance of Veterans Day @ • Full service taxidermy • Fast service! • Trained by atmrd tainning taxidermist • licensed 560 Mill Race Road Superior, Neb. 68978 Ph. 402-8794372 .Cell: "If you're tired of the same old buffet and the same old menu, come to The Jewell where everything is freshly made[" We have had several hunters ask us to be open Saturda!/, Nov. ! :', ,t .yi st. So we will open 5:30 a.m. - 'til hunters leave If enough interest Sunday, Nov. 9 OPEN 6 a.m. - 8 a.ra. Beginning Saturday, Nov. 15 because of many requests for breakfast open at 8 a.m. Let us know what you think. NEW MENU ITEMS COMING SOON! "Home of the Best Pan Fried Chicken in North Central Kansas" 10% Senior Discount Everyday S. Highway 14 • Jewell, Kan. • 785-428-7999 listed: me .the/ewe//wm daughters,BarbaraandBrucePeterson, ell County Parish. He’ Rose Hill and Mary and Doug May, Mt. Hope. Robert and Vonda Wakefield and the best Raymond and Carol Wakefield re- willcontinu( turned from a vacation cruise to the of the parish. He Hawaiian Islands and other sightseeing Dan ,nn areas. Berneita McEIroy is a patient at Retired ministers Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney. Sidney Dillinger were Chet and Virginia Hanson visited their help. Jerry and Marjorie Murray. Jessica and Devon Freeman, Salina, Turner visited'for a few days with grandpar- Methodist Church ents Dale and Jeanne Freeman. to conduct charge Pat Lange, Valley Center, Joyce Montrose-Jewell /! at Jewell Public Tuesday- Thursday • Nov. 18, 19 Call the Library weekday afternoons (785) 428-3630 Custom ANCHORS FORGROUND Ph INSTALLATION Before EAGLE CARPORTS Internet speeds are movin' Saturda NoV. the download speed for Cunningham Cable's high-speed intemet package was quadrupled to To celebrate this milestone, Cunningham is offenng FREE the modem for service ordered between now and December 31. 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