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heal" Tasmania the world is Tasmania?" focus of the program, pre- Nola Bess Atwood, when met recently. for farming and of vegetables and Cadburry e among other things. met at the Village Cafe officers: Wanda Thummei, Norene Dietz, vice presi- Marihugh, secretary- and a guest, Rhys grandson of Shirley Roll call was easy dessert recipe. sent flowers to Ruth made a contribution to Foundation of Kansas ensued about money shopping and traveling. County p Meals Nov. 28 Hamburger gravy over salad, peanut butter Oven fried chicken, gravy, cauliflower roll, apricots. Roast turkey, gravy, casse- sauce, Closed lelivered by Lutheran 9day of meal. Center / Births Korey and Chantel Vacek, Formoso, anounce the birth of their son, Seth Zane, on Nov. 13, at Brodstone Memo- rial Hospital, Superior. He weighed 7 lbs. 10 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long. His grandparents are Vaughn and Elaine Stafford, Formoso, Mark Vacek, Hastings, and Patricia Vacek, Ayr. Great-grandparents are Edna Engle, Formoso, Richard and Jean Johnson, and Joe and Judy Vacek, all of Hastings. Rita Vacek, Hastings, is his great-great- grandmother. Trinity U-MW hear benefits of offering Nancy Anderson, treasurer, of Jew- ell Trinity United Methodist Women, presented the World Thank Offering lesson by explaining the work of women around the world to improve child care, cooking and nutrition, job training and improve the general liv- ing conditions for the women and chil- dren. Audrey Gibson and Jean Overmiller, Smith Center, represent- ing the Gideons group, made a presen- tation about the Living Memorial Bible program. The business meeting was con- ducted by Karen Willis. Shirley Simmelink gave the Mission Minutes and reviewed several books on the reading list. It was approved to pur- chase a new book for the history unit. Members volunteered for Tuesday Happenings Nov. 18. Monetary gifts were approved for Morrison House and Ashby House in Salina. Money received from the Mission Thrift Shop was given to the Jewell Ministerial Alliance. Hostess was Pat Willmeth. Women hear about Gideon program "Gideon International Memorial Bible Program" was the program when Harmony United Methodist Women met recently. Guests Jean Overmiller and Ann Colson presented the Gideon program and a video, "The Gift that Keeps Giv- ing," was shown. Roma Grout presided at the busi- ness meeting. Shirley Snider gave devotions,"ThanksgivingTime, and a mission update. Routine business was conducted. A thank you note was received from Grace Mad Board of Directors. Members of Harmony UMW at- tended the annual Concordia District Meeting at Osborne. Purchases of books at the meeting and reading cer- tificates were also discussed. Response Magazine Report was given by Ann Tedrow. Rosalie Menhusen was in charge of the "World Thank Offering" program. Six persons from Jewell County leave Nov. ,/5 for Rynosa, Mexico, for a Volunteers in Missions trip. The annual Christmas Bazaar is Dec. 6, starting a 8 a.m. with crafts, sewing, foods and a coffee bar. Charlotte Murray, Rebecca Circle, was hostess. Thursday, November 20, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3 The 1993 White Rock Class held a 10 year class reunion on Oct. 4, at the Country Bar and Cafe, Burr Oak. Attending the reunion were (back row, from left) Elliott Harris, Salina, and Mike Moseley, Mankato, (front row) Kristi (Burgess) Hillman, Beloit, Sheila (Frost) White, Belleville, Renita (Hillman) Volker, Burr Oak, Other class members unable to attend were Angie (Burgess) Escarcega, Cimarron, Craig Dewey, St. Joseph, Me. and Mike Frost, Esbon. Girls State rep reports to Legion Jaime Sanborn, sponsored by Jew- eli Legion Auxiliary to Girls State last summer, reported to the group at a recent meeting. Sanborn was elected sheriff of the city to which she was assigned and ran for county sheriff. She was chosen to play her trumpet for the raising of the flag and played Taps every evening on each floor of the dorm. Campaigning, getting acquainted with many girls, continuing contacts with them and experiencing the Capi- tol Building in Topeka were wonder- ful experiences she said. Sanborn ex- pressed her appreciation to the Auxil- iary for sponsoring her. She said she hopes to return as a counselor next year. The Auxiliary meeting was con- ducted by Fawna Barrett. Marlene Brown, chaplain, read a prayer for friendship. Guests Faryl Lange and Deanna Hutchinson, were welcomed. Marie McAtee is a new member. Monetary donations were approved for CASA, Jewell Ministerial Alliance and Helping Hands, Mankato. A coat rack, made by Keith Ericson, has been installed and paid by the Aux- iliary. Oberts move to Beloit Ruth Obert, long time Odessa news correspondent, recently moved from Lebanon to Beloit. Games, treats, carving pumpkins, braver adults took the tour also. Ruth and her husband, Wilbur,taking a hayrack ride and touring a Annette Saint, Jewell, planned the moved toBeloit becauseofhealth prob- haunted house were activities planned party with Karen Cockroft, Ionia, help- lems. Wilbur is a resident of Hilltop for the 80 children who attended a ing with the set up. Manyothershelped Lodge and Ruth is living in an apart- Halloween Party in Jewell Oct. 25. with activities. ment in Beloit. The event was sponsored by the Jewell More than 400 cupcakes were do- According to their daughter, the Chamber of Commerce. nated. Oberts are "slowly adjusting to the A soup supper, sponsored by the At dusk a pumpkin glow was held move away from theirhomeand friends Chamber or Commerce was after the when the jack-o-lanterns the children and they are looking forward to visits party. The haunted house was kept carved were lighted and displayed in and letters from home." openduringthesupperandsomeofthe the park. We need your current address! To update our mailing list, please send your address to: Roberta Holdren 303 Pearl Jewell, Kan. 66949 or phone (785) 428-3335 Social draws dinner guests t the Jewell County was hosted at the ' Center. dinner guests were of more than $700 11 be used to sup- Council and county pro- lners: Dalton Cooper Wilson, eannie Blair, Thelma Ross, Michael Saint, Katherine Ross, Trina an'ell Bohnert, Marcia Nikki Schultz, Ike Soash, Hannah Nathan Saint, 1-800-508-4629 www,hasting smu seum,org Josie Wilson, Verla Matter, Dab Bohnert, Marsha ysJensen, supporting or- contrib- Prizes and desserts for council business 18. at I 1 a.m. when will share infer- Transplant Members of the Jewel County Resource Council hosted a soup social Sunday, Nov. 16. Pictured above are (from left) Lesa Peroutek, Joyce Dutton,'Heather Matter, Amanda Anderson and Nancy Spiegel. Also hetping, but not pictured were Ann and Stan Colson, Shirley Vamey, Thadd Hinlde, Brenda Haaga and Deanna Sweat. MANKAT0 SENIOR CENTER MANKATO, KAN. (PROCEEDS GO TO ASSISTANT COOK'S FUND) The USD No. 278 Board of Education would like to thank district patrons for vot- ing YES on Nov. 4 for the bond issue. And, a special thanks to the committee members for their hard work! I~'~m~ ff Ray and Loretta Terry, of rural. Glen Elder, Karl., will celebrate their ~tan~ II ~'~~'~P__A~Ja~-jl with a reception on Saturday, Nov. 29 * 2-4 p.m. -- I II[ Imm 216 W. Glen Elder, Kan. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requestsn0ll . i i gifts. Their children and spouses are: Michael and M0na Terry, Salina;I I _Vl ]g I I eam and Mike Zell, Stafford, Virginia; and DeAtme and Peter Fi0rini, J ] Sel Ray and the former Loretta Loomis v ere married [ I Hays. They have six grandchildren. II ~4my~ Lomnm T~ 7 and f&r the service I want to thank everyone who stopped in at Critters to help me celebrate my 60th birthday. Thank you, also, to my children for arranging the party. I had a good time and enjoyed the evening! Burdette Callaway toour . ell County Hosptal the excellent, . care they ed Shirley Wood ring an- l..ight gency last Tu zlay night. Shirley Wood "OVER THE HILL" and Through the Drawers to "40" ville you go! 14th & Burlington Hastings, NE Sun: 12pm & 3pro; Men: 12pro & 3:30pro; run-Frf: 12pm, 3:30pro & 6pro Sat: 12 m & 3:30prn 1pro Dai~y .T~mbi~: uit Rated PG-13 Sat: 7pro; Sun: 4:30pro Sunday, Nov. 23 * 2 - 4 p.m. Honoring Randall Lions" 50th Anniversary " and Charter Member, Gerald Cash Randall Lions Den - Randall, Kan. ., ,.." We want to Thank our family and friends for the cards, flowers, food, gifts, visits and phone calls sent to us while Newell was in the hospital and after arriving home. It was greatly appreciated. "The Alexander's" Newell and Doris 1=1 I" Monday - Monday, Dec. I through Tuesday, Dec. 23 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to Noon Burr Oak Area Crafters Burr Oak, Mid-Way Coop Elevator - office Parking behind office building Hohday Open $1 off all Sugar Shack Candles and Candle Warmers These Make Great Gifts Anytime! (60 Scents to choose from) Fall and Christmas Candles. Potpourri and refresher oil The oil is also good to use in your electric potpourri pots. Balloons for any occasion! Will look forward to seeing you, bring a friendl Layaway for Christmas When: Thursday, Nov. 20 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21 * 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Linda Payne 704 N.W. Street Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3802 Will deliver!!! Given by Class of '99 Mothers Community &hover Brad Howland and Amy Thompson Sunday, Nov. 30 at 3 p.m. Calvary Bible Church Jewell II II The Hitch Family of Plertell, Nab. Presents a variety of christian music Friday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Olive Hill Church, Rural .r perier Jms ll County, Ken. Performance includes Jim and Kathy Hitch and their 8 children, singing and playing a variety of musical instruments. Mankato High Presents School Frida3~ Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. Dinner before the play FCCLA Soup Supper Friday, Nov. 21.5 - 6:30 p.m. Free Will Donation Little Theatre Admission: Adults- $4 Students - $3 "If you're tired of the same old buffet and the same old menu, come to The Jewell where everything is freshly made!" Now accepting credit cards Closed Thanksgiving Day REMINDER we're now opened every Saturday morning serving breakfast 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. Week day hours - 11 - 2 p.m. Saturday hours- 82 p.m. Sunday- 10:30 to 2 pan. .10% Senior Discount Everyday "Home of the Best Pan Fried Chicken in North Central Kansas" S. Highway 14 Jewell, Kan. 785-428-7999 menu items listed: ww .the/ewelL om