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4 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 20, 2003 III By Fawna Barrett i i I ii II Ul II Randall Lions will commemorate Farmer spent last week visiting her their 50th anniversary with an open parents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter and house Sunday afternoon at the Lions other relatives. Hunting was the main Den. Gerald Cash will be honored as past time. Tuesday supper guests of the only surviving charter member, the Vetters were the Farmer family, Story Time continues at the Ran- Elaine and Dan Peters and family, Phil dail Library on Monday afternoons at andKristiVetterandfamilyandNancy 4 p.m. Thronson. Members of Mildred McEIroy's D.D. Bridge met with Inez Clark familywerehomelbrherfuneralwhich Nov. 12. Guests were Nancy Ander- was last Thursday. son and Barbara Divel. Gerald and Virginia Lienberger Elaine, Mark and Jerry Peters ac- were in Hutchinson several days last companied the Beloit CYO to the week while he was taking treatments. Catholic Youth convention in Hous- They spent the weekend in Wichita ton. They shared a chartered bus with with their son, Rex, who had open the CYO from Colby. heart surgery. Maxine Anderson and Doris Abram Recent supper guests of Ruth were in the Mitchell County Hospital last week. Doris was dismissed Wednesday. Vickie, Scott, Daniel and Barrett Melanie Whitney, Concordia, and Bill I I iii 1,1,1 ,i Griffeth, Jewell, were at Martha Lumb's Saturday for a work day. Nevada and Cliff Vetter, Phil and Kristi Vetter and family attended the Farm Bureau state convention in Man- hattan. Recent visitors of Barbara and Alan McMillan were her sister, Brenda Holmes and son, Joey, Memphis, Tenn., and Dean Berneking and Jamie Harvey. Hunting friends, Randy Haynes, three sons and two grandsons from Eastern Kansas took Alan and Barbara to the Buffalo Roam for sup- per. Paul and Delores Blochlinger took Vesta Conn to supper in Beloit. Phyllis and Jun r Wilson called on Howard Mahin at l litchell Long Term Care. At Hilltop Lodge they visited Irene Goff, Ronnie Russell and Merle Grifitts. Weekend guests of the Wilsons were Brett and McKinna Shelton, Gar- den City. They stayed here while their Rhodes were Joe and Lana LaCost, parents, Brad and Tatia Shelton and Ervin Webb, Rhonda Beeson and son. grandparents, Frank and Thelma Brat and June Ferguson, Salina, .Shelton attended the KSU-NU game m Lincoln. I I III The Jewell County Commissioners will not meet the week of Nov. 24. They will be attending the annual meeting of the Kansas Association of Counties (KAC). Tim Sheahan, Kansas City, Steve Sheahan, Valley Center, and son, Alan, Manhattan, and several friends, and George Sheahan and friends from Mis- souri came for a weekend of hunting, headquartering at the Richard and Lynell Sheahan home. They did some work on the house as well. Mildred Reece, Lois and Calvin Hedges and Vesta Conn were guests of Junior and Phyllis Wilson for cake and ice cream for Mildred's birthday re- cently. Panorama By Fawns Barrett Fall lingers with ever-changing weather patterns. Alter the sort flurry of winter with dark, cloudy days last week, the sun returned and brought warmth back for more typical days. Pizza Hut will be open from 4-8:30 p.m. Wednesday Night 115 N, Commercial St., Any large pizza for... We will be closed Thursday, Nov. 27 Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3064 Mankato, Kan Will be Friday, Nov. 28 Thanksgwing Holiday Reopen Monday, Dec. 1 1 - 4:30 p.m. We will offer for sale to the highest bidder st public auction, the following described farm at the Elks Lodge, 230 N. Central Ave., in Superior, Neb., beginning at 1:30 p.m. on I NORA PLAT (t.~,k,.e,.,~! 33 LOCATION OF FARM: Five miles north and three miles east of the north edge of Superior GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This farm consists of approximately 311 acres of which 303.8 acres are farm ground. Full mile based with a 2003 farm payment of $6,325.90. This farm has excellent soil with 44 acres of 1 D1 type and 192 acres of 1D type. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: N 1/2 of Section 34, T-2-N, R-6-W, less approximately 8 acres of acreage in NE corner of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of the 6th PM in Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES: The 2003 and all pnor taxes to be paid by seller. 2002 taxes were $3,218.94. POSSESSION: Possession will be given upon final settlement. TERMS: 20 percent down day of sale, balance due upon delivery of warranty deed and marketable title in approximately 30 days. If Title Insurance is used the cost will be equally divided between the buyer and seller. ' A uctioneer's Note: This is a rare opportunity to pur- chase, at auction, one of the best quaflty half section dryland farms in Nuckolls County. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. All licensees of Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction are acting as seller's agent. All figures were obtained from government agencies and court house records. However wade not guarantee their accuracy. One should seek out your own information. TO VIEW THE PROPERTY FEEL FREE TO VIEW ON YOUR OWN OR CALL MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE AT 402-879-4464 Owner Sa/e conducted by Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box ! 84, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 • e-mail: Web Site: People ventured forth to rake leaves, to do last minute repairs around the home and walking about the country was great relaxation. Football and soccer fun was revived on the school ground. Leaves cascaded tO the ground like flurries of snow, only these crackled as they fell. Cattle chewed their way across the pastures, basking in the sun. By after- noon many were seen laying down in the warm glow of afternoon. Combines scurried across the fields gathering the last dregs of fall harvest. Smiles spread across the farmers' faces as they completed their harvest and drove the big machines toward the shed. Good or low yields, the task was done. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ross were Mr. and Mrs. John Kekler and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Weckman,Holton, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Kehler, Topeka. Jack Seamans remains in the hospi- tal and is recovering from his recent surgery. Kathleen Laney, Albuquerue, re- cently sent the Palmer Museum sev- eral pictures of the Hutchison Drug Store and pictures of John Murray Hutchison and family members. John Murray was great-grandfather of Kathleen Diane Kemp Laney. These pictures add more to the Jewell history in the Palmer Museum. Larry Seamans is visiting at his parents, Jack and Jeanine Searnans. The Jewell SeniorCitizens will meet Friday for their Thanksgiving meal. All are invited to bring a covered dish and join the group for this meeting. Several area people took a four day trip to Branson sponsored by the Cen- tral Bank, Mankato, and Williams Your MEDICAL HELP WANTED Part-time for life insurance medical reports. RN, LPN, CNA, EMT, etc. Venipuncture required. You choose when and how many hours to work. $30 plus per hour. Call Monday-Friday, 2-6 p.m. (316) 312-2986 Web site: Way Travel, Jeweil. On returning from the trip, they found that 23 tires on their parked cars in Beloit had been slashed. Police are invesigating. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Visitors during the Sunday morn- ing worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Ruth Giger, Superior. Special music was a vocal duet by Beverly Frost and Gloria Garman- Schlaefli. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Dwight Frost. The annual Thanks- giving supper and program will be held Friday at 6 p.m. The Hitch family, Marteil, Nab., will be in charge of the program at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is wel- come to attend. WilmaAndrews, Superior, a former resident of this community was hospi- talized for two days at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital. Visitors include Elizabeth and Lyle Reece, Mankato, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler and friends from Superior Manor. Roger and Carol Roe were Sunday evening visitors of his mother, Veda Roe, Superior. Visitors of Lena Banks at the Supe- rior Good Samaritan Center the past week have been Marty and Arlene Tietjen, Stuart and Mary Tietjen, Flo- rence Elliott, Republic, and IiliffBanks. Herbert and Carolyn Alley went to Merrian, Friday and were houseguests of Gary and Helen Richards. Helen is a sisterofCarolyn. They returned home Sunday evening. The Alleys also vis- ited in the home of Marabeth, Paul, Mitchell and Keller Olson, Franfkort. Carrie Andresen, Republic, was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the home of Alaina and Robert Brown and fam- ily. Darren, Jessica, Anya and Allison Thompson have been visiting her brother, J. J. McDole, the past two weekends at Davenport and Kearney. J. J. has just returned home from Af- ghanistan and now is stationed in North Carolina. Gary and Chris Bryant went to Little Rock, Ark., to attend the funeral for his grandmother, Pauline Bryant. Their children, Jennifer, Susan and Ray Bryant, stayed with their grandpar- ents, Jim and Marlene Stone. Ruth Hale, Juniata, and Lola Noble visited Dee Ross. Paul and Linda Hutchinson, Bruce and Rosemarie. Chapman, Roy and holidays!l! WE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY, THU of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 II i Second Hand at its Best! 10% off Kitchen items through November New Inventory Weekly: furniture • stained glass glassware • jewelry household items and decorations Unique Treasures Closed Sunday through Monday Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 122 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. 785-738-8910 SUNDAY, NOV. 23 Mankato Sale • Ip.m. Barn Mankato, Kan. Selling all classes of: • Poultry • Fowl • Rabbits • Goats • Donkeys • Ponies • Riding horses • AnLmal related items. Early consignments include: • 20 young laying hens • Five guineas, 20 Muscovy ducks • 100 chickens, geese, turkeys • Bred boer nannygoats, several other goats • Weanling miniature palomino pony • Weanling paint pony, yearling donkey • Gentle mare-kid (broke) • New and used tack, including saddles and child's saddle Nole: All rabbits and birds are to be sold in or viewable box.e CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME THE DAY OF THE AUCTION! For more informatiom Cody Murray Auction Service 785-378-3586 Phone day of auction 785-378-3283 tion has been invited to the Burr Oak Ministerial Alliance Thanksgiving Service, at the United Methodist Church. Kelly McNichols will be the speaker. The Olive Hill Church Congrega- tion has been invited to join with the members of the Northbranch Friends Church to view the video series "That the World May Know" at 6 p.m. each Sunday evening into January. John and Randee Roe, Holdrege were weekend visitors of Roger and Carol Roe. They helped Randee cel- ebrate his 15th birthday. Janice, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward, Jo Ann and John Rogers, Eric HeW, P,, 3-6 mol experience 28C/mile Lied Center, Lincoln, where they at- and Emilea Rogers, Hastings, T~ tended the "Lord of Dance." Rogers, Milford, Carl Collins, J~=~ Friday evening Harold and Lorna Oak, Louie Jr. and Ruth Haseracyer Wilton hosted a card party in obser- were Sunday dinner guests of JemJ, vances of Harold's birthday. Guests Gary, Sherry, Rosemarie and R0~. were Bill and Beverly Rogers, Rose mary Hasemeyer near Webber to ’~" Fintel, Joy and Gene Johnson, Wilber ebrate the birthday of Janice. Rod~J. and Betty Becker, Roger and Lynn Ward and Brandy Rogers were ur~ Wilton,TerryandJaniceMcCutcheon. to attend. Sunday afternoon, Gerald and Ruth, Sherry and Rosemary Jacqueline Boyles, Steve and Rita Hasemeyer spent Thursday aftern00’ .i Ordich and Megan May, Superior, in Blue Hill and Hastings. Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City Marvin Parsons and son, Missouri, went to Belleville to watch Megan called at the Hasemeyer home, _... play basketball, i~,~l Twila Cool, Tonya and Walker Cool, Superior, went to York Friday Paradise evening and were among other rela- By Ava Knarr fives who helped Kennedy Cool cel- ~ ..~ ebrate birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clarkjoi~'~ his fourth Visitors of Robert Harvey the past the bus load of people that went week have been Leslie and Burl Branson last week. Erickson, Superior, DwightandDonna Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ketone. _. attended church service and schoolpia~ Marr, Webber. John and Julie Harvey took his father to Salina for a medical which their grandson had a part m appointment. Bennington. Visitors of Vera Dye have been Marjorie Hartsel went to Bob Dye, Beatrice, Dennis Dye, He- Clinic, Rochester, Minn., with bron, and Donna Hanna, Riley, who Mrs. Mark Baxa last week. helped her mother with work. had a check up. .t,a Jessica Thompson went to Lincoln Velda Dahl and Ava Knarr attenu,?/ the funeral for their cousin, to hear Tom and Nancy Osborne speak at the Team Mates Meeting. Cooper, at Jamestown Saturday: , ,vr Carl Collins brought supper to the had been staying with his daugn ' Hasemeyer home, Saturday evening. Joyce Horn, and family in iTlac' ,h. Austin Winslow called at the home Ariz. After the funeral, the fami Y,g_ a of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. ered at the home of Novella Trua’ ==" Linda Preston, Fort Collins, Colo., had lunch at the cafe in JamestoW , , Larry and Ruth Hale, Juniata, were Mr.andMrs.CarlKnarr, Ava'am"..f0r Sunday guests of their mother, Dee and Michael Tickle went to Belol, t ,]’ Ross. They helped her celebrate her lunch Sunday, then called on birthday. They took a ride in the Burr Flinn. He had an encounter witho Oak area where they lived and the girls his cows. She butted him in the attended school, and he has bruised legs and feet so Zelda Schuster attended the funeral a time getting around. , =t- for Don Webber, Superior, Saturday Michael Tickle and Avab afternoon, tended the North Central Shrine The Olive Hill Church Congrega- meeting and supper at Jewell S ttm" day. The Jeweil High School dinner altd play was Thursday. Ava Knarr Michael attended. Inez Clark entertained 6,12 mo. experience Bridge Club. Guests were Anderson and Barbara Divel. Griest will host the Velda Dahl visited Ava urday afternoon. Port Chapter, Order of Eastern met last Wedn( ty. Gue: Kathy Johnson worth of Kansas, Belle Holloway, past grand matron, husbands. It was decided to chapter and consolidate with Company. OK) ilOO-CFI-DRI 2C/mile ::- National Farm-City Week November 21-27, 2003 A professional athlete, a politician, a third grader, 'ighter and a taxi driver - what do they all have in coral They eat! We sometimes forget that we have abut food supply. That isn't by accident. It's by design. farmer or rancher who produces the food to the comsumer, are many people involved in making our food supply ch$ efficient. During Farm-City Week, November 21-27, take to thank someone who was involved in this process. we are "Partners in Progress." For more information, call 847/685-8764 or visit our site at www.fsrmcitv.or GUNS, KNIVES, SCOPES, AMMO, COLT 45 & CLONE, ! s^'r.,,-s su.. 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