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:. Employer honors " Amanda Hajny : Amanda Hajny has been honored as Employee of the Month for Novem- ber at Heritage of Red Cloud Amanda, a BurrOak, resident, has i: been employed at Heritage for just team player always I Births Greta Mae Ayers was bum Nov. 16 at Brodstone Memorial HoSpital, Su- perior. She weighed six pounds five ounces and was 20 inches long. Greta&apos; s willing to help any- one out. Her pus,- tive attitude and "Yes i Can" attitude is a definite asset. She is currently chairperson of q- Heritage's Culture Change Commit- tee and a member of the "It's Never too Late" computer system for the resi- dents. Amanda said "I am proud to be part of the Heritage family, and am hon- :i, ored to have been awarded employee of the month. The residents of Heritage are fun loving peopleand I am glad ;-' they are part of my life, there's nothing I Wouldn't try,to do for them. The Heritage family has seen me through a tough time and I thank them for that." AdminiStrator Sandra Boyles said "Our excellent team's vision reads, 'We will select and develop team mem- . bers wh0.radiate warmth, compassion and respect while skillfully perform- ing 'their duties.' Amanda lives that vision each and everyday she comes to our facility." Pi Chapter Delta approves new member application Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International. met Nov. 6 in Scandia. Hostess were Margaret Lachman, Pat Cline and Barbara Cherney. The tables were decorated with fall napkins and miniature candy bars. Jan Carlson, president, called the meeting to order and Judy Dyer- Carlgren introduced Merge Waring who presented a music program. Thir- teen members and one guest were in attendance. Minutes of the Oct. 2 meet- ing were read and approved with addi- tions. There was no further update con- cerning the Southwest Region being hosted by Kansas in 2015. Jan Carlson asked that a program book be sent to, the state office. The state convention to be held in Wichita in March was discussed. The chapter has a March I deadline to sub- mit names for the white rose ceremony. The chapter members'will have to de- cide who should beincluded. The state organization is asking for entries for dlasfooi projects, ,workshop and a; ceremony and birthday'sbng contest: A rebbmendatioh from Kathleen- Stump to extend an invitation to a prospective candidate to become a member of Pi Chapter wis read. After discussion, it was decided to extend an invitation. Plans are to have the initia- tion at the December meeting. Kim Oatney, past state president, was not able to attend this meeting, as planned but she expects to attend in December. ' Members to bring board books for the baby bags. We were also encour- aged to 'bring a friend for the Silent Auction and luncheon on Dec. 4. Host- essf0r the December meeting are Mable Woodman, Julie Gottschalk and Leora Rundus. lUTE THEATER Friday, Saturday & Sunday Dec. 3, 4 & 5 * 7:30 p.m. Skyline Strange lights descend on the city of Los Ange es drawing people out. side like moths to a flame where an extraterrestrial force threatens to swal- low the entire human population off the facb of the Earth Saturday night Joan and Wayne Mike and Stacy Stouffer and children, Broeckelman took in the Blair Bash at Makenna and Hunter, Glen Elder, all Belier,lie. This was a fund,raiser for ate Thanksgiving dinner with Larry, the purpose of the future renovating Vonda, Mik, e and Jeff Welch at the the.theater, which was first opened in Welch home west of Jewell. .1939. Shelby, Corbin and Lindy Wayne and Joan Broeckelman had Broeckelman,.Beloit, who are grand- as their Thanksgiving guests two of daughters of Joan.and Wayne, were their sons, Mark, Burlington, Colo., part oftheprogram. Besides the enter- Mike and Sharla and their family, mArathan crop year parents are Lance and Angle Ayers, tainment, there was food and a silent Shelby, Curb,n, Jimmy, Lindy, Kaley, -;;ane-'Y-"-:C'TSwa teu Mankato, _ .. Grandparents__, are Johnnie, auction plus a: live.auction. Ryan and Wyatt, Beloit. ny" -her coworKers" ano .... ratty now, Leoanon, uruce ana JosieCrispisanewemployeeatthe Coming to eat turkey and all the for he ..... t, ,,t;,. LlndaAyers, Courtland.MarthaAyers, Village Cafe. trimmings with June and Charlie ............ Su ri r i " and .mmgness ...... to ,-, pe ..... o, s her great-grandmother.. . lone Shipley and her sister-in-law FischerThursdayweretheirson, Ryan, ......  , reta was wecomea home oy a sister Nancy Anderson, had lunch at Folkner and his wife, Samantha, and num wherever an(/ Grace 5 ears old whenever needed. , y Concordia. Nancy is an avid quilter children, Caleb and Jacob, Chicago. and she Stop. d at quilt Shops in Man- Ryan is in the Navy and stationed in the They noted she is a Esbon kato/Bellevdle andC0ncordia.- Chicago area. Others attending were The lighted snow flakes were put Ray and Barb Mizner, Kenny, Shena, ,, up. Friday aftemooh. These deeora- Hairy andOwen Mizner, NickMizner, Friday Alberta Umphenour, tions will light up Grand Avenue ' Chris and Richard Fischer, Beloit. Baldwin Park, Calif, el'rived at the through theholiday Seas01i. Doingthe :Colleen Baker and Gall Burgess Wichita airport She'was met by her job Were Ray; Nick and Barb Mizner : had 10 extrasaround their table as Kim nenhew, Rick Callawav, Benninmon PamHajny and Dave Hastings. ' BakerandfriendTylerDavies, LaVista, AlbertastayedthenightwithRiclan(i Three hunting friends of Rod Wes and Bridgett Burgess, Milford, hiswife, Brenda.Saturdaytheybrought Beam's were inEsbon Monday. They Neb., Shane and Kristi Hillman and her to Esbon where she will visit her reported 'beihg happy With their bird Taylor Moseley, Mankato, Cecil and brother, Burdette, and JanieCallaway. takel Lola Hillman and Pat Diemart, Ionia, Alberta's main reason for coming to Mike Lackey and son, Michael joined them for a Thanksgiving meal. Kansas is to visit her mother, lie ,from North CarOlina arrived in Esb0n Vera Frost took an unexpected and Callaway, a Long Term Care resident last Tuesday. Mike had promsed h!s unwanted trip Thursday afternoon at the Jevell County Hospital. sona oird nunting'trip for his 1hanKS- when she became ill and was admitted On Thanksgiving Day did you el- giving vacation. They returned home to the Jewell County Hospital. Vera low yourself time to remember all the Sunday. was released Friday morning. things you were thankful for? If you Last Tuesday Beverly Frost, Gloria Friday lone and Pennie Shipley and didn't it's not too late. Get out a pencil Schlaefli and Taylor Moseley were in Pennie's mother, Hazel Ranney, were and paper and jot down all those bless- Saline for Taylor to see her orthodon- in Hastings for a meal and visiting, ings you can think of. Bet you will be tist. Gloria visited Edena Garrnan who Arriving at the home Of Janie and surprised at how long the list is. was in the hospital there recovering Burdette Callaway Thursday were all Sunday morning Esbon residents from a broken hip. their children and families. There was woke up to a dreary day, but those who Funeral services were held last Paula and Run Hancock, Jess,ca and were able to join in services at the Tuesday at the Esbon United Method-' Macy, Mankato, Jannette and Duane Esbon United Methodist Church were ,st Church for Agnes L. Bartscher, 96, Wedel, Logan and Sidney, Mirmeapo- brightened by listening to the message with Pastor Dan Dempsey officiating, lis, Brett and Shea Callaway, Downs, brought by Pastor Dan Dempsey. His Her parents were Rose and Frank Bryon, Judy, Cole, Cede and Clint sermoncoveredthelastofthePsalms. Voboril, She had two sisters, Elsie Callaway, Belleville, David, Leigh, This one being Number 134. This last Cooper and Frances Reece, and two Tyson, Hillary, Spencer, Add,e, Tate, one ends at the temple the destination brothers Edgar and Glen, who all pre- Hayden andEllieCallaway, Burdette's from beginning of the Psalms series, ceded her in death. Her husband Cliff sister Alberta Umphenour, California. The pastor taught that praise defeats also preceded her in death. They had In the afternoon they gathered up all discouragement. Sometimes we worry 43 years together. Agnes and Cliff had their desserts and everyone went to a lot about what people think and we two children, Ga,Esbon, andGlenda Mankatowhere all goodies were shared forget to wonder what God thinks. Rothchild, Downs. In 1996 she moved with grandma llaCallaway inthelobby Guests at the services were Lesa from the farm to Red CIoud, whereshe of the Jewell County Hospital: and Taneile Peroutek, Concord,a, Su- lived until moving to Smith Center in Thursday, whileatthehomeoflone san (Gillett) Olson and children Sophia, January, 2009. Burial was in the Esbon and Melvin Shipely, Melvina and John Brandon and Eli, New Prague, Minn. Cemetery. Harvey, visited with their son, Michael, Special music was a piano solo "Faith Guests for Thanksgiving dinner at through Skype Communications. The of Our Fathers" played by Taneile. the home of lone and Melvin Shipley Harveys and Shipleys were able to see Anniversary greetings was sung for were Hazel Ranney, Lyle and Pennie Michael and visit directly with him. John and Lila FrosL AnnOuncements Shipley, all of Solomon, Melvina and Besides visiting they showed Michael made were that the Christmas eve ser- John Harvey,Raymore, Mo., Cameron the food on the Thanksgiving table vices will be at 7 p.m. with cookies, Shipley, Wichita, Carl Harvey and here. Michael who is in Iraq said they coffee, etc. following. The women friend Terry, Blairsville, Pa. also had a good dinner over there. servedafuneraldinnerTuesday.Christ- Beverly and Dwight Frost were WandaThummel, lay speaker, filled mas plates will be prepared on Dec. 4 Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of the pulpit for Pastor Dan Dempsey on at 9:30 a.m. in the church basement. Heather and Lonnie Jurgens at Gib- this first Sunday of Advent as it was Special prayers were lifted for Gall bun. celebrated at the Esbon United Meth- Burgess's sister, Lila Davis. Her stem Thursday GlennaFogojoinedGlenn odist Church. Dereck, Jerrod and cells have been harvested and she now Fogo at Beloit and they went to Man- Allison Gillettsevered as acolytes. Beth prepares to undergo the procedure of hattan where they had Thanksgiving Walkerforthespecialplayedthehymn bringing her immune system down to dinner with Bill, Mandy and Aspen "Angels We Have Heard on High" on zero. Lindsey Underwood had FogoCarolFogowasnotabletomake children's church inthe basement. Fel- the trip as she had just beenreleased lowship followed with Shirley from the hospital the afternoon before. Mar,hugh as hostess. She had spent the previous four days in  WeeendguestsbfTedmdWanda" thehospitalfightingaboutoLpneumo/ ThUmel Were their son, James, and hia.'She-wa rel.eas0dqast,Wednesday six of his friends from the McLouth with instructions to do nothing or go area. This group has been coming here any place for the next seven to 10 days. for 16 years to do their hunting. Lilaand John Frost and Vera Frost; han. oovo,onew.om, miU0hbr.da ' 'e ybirthaay li  Hgs to all! O " B , 911 3.  Beulah Wilson,:. "i (, Thank you for 32 years t of business! Final Day, Friday, Dec. 10 (10 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1:30 to5 p.m.) Closed Saturday, Dec. 4, Sunday, Dec. 5 Rated PG13 for sequences of in and Monday, :Dec. 7 tense scbfi action and violence, some & Count, 'anguage and brief sexual cntent 00Town Varlet A M,rmato K,n.resz783172   '' i21 N: CommerciaISt.iMa Karl.66956 fi V. 40 th Wedding Anniversary Open House for r, The family of Harold and Elaine is hosting an Open House the piano. Gall Burgess and-Roger Underwood were ushers. Lindsey Underwood had children's church. Janet Kriley provided music for ser- vices at the piano. Special prayers were offered for Vera Frost and Carol Fogo, who have had hospital stays during the week Congratulations were issued for Edna and Ernie Kattenberg who have celebrated 70 years together, Guests were Teresa Shipely, Marsha and Allison Gillett, Prior Lake, Minn., Jon, Carrie, Andrew and Jacob Bonebraker, Topeka, Scott, Victoria and Makayla Ann L'Ecuyer, Wichita. Wanda chose"Be Prepared" for her sermon title. This is the beginning of the church year as new year starts on the church calendar. As we try to be prepared, we need to always be ready for the son of man. Do we expect him? Of course we do. We do not know when he will come, but start preparer tions now to help your children go into their adult years. Prepare as if this is the year that Christ will come. Lane , Underwood assiSted Wanda as She' served the cOmmuniOn elements. The closing.hymn "Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming" is a 15th century hymn. Fellowship followed. Ted and Wanda Thummel, Jey and Laura Benjamin were among the persons who toured the Isle of Lights in Beloit Saturday night.They reported that Glenn (Chug) Fogo was manning' one of the gates. Shirley Mar, hugh filled the pulpit for Pastor Dan Dempsey at the Burr Oak United Methodist Church Sun- day. Glenn Mar,hugh was at the piano. A few of the people who joined Edna and Ernie Kattenberg in celebrat- ing their 70th wedding anniversary at the open house inLebanon were Glenn and Shirley Marihugh, Marion and Nola Bess Atwood, Wanda and Ted Thummel, Gall Burgess, Li!a and John Frost. Regina Thummel and Mackenzie Thummel, Topeka, Trey, Carol, Rob- ert and Duncan Anderson, Great Bend, Joel Thummel, Saline, all Visited Wednesday night and Thursday with their parents, Wanda' and Ted Thummel. Eula and Melvin Silsby were Thanksgiving Day guests of the Lyle Silsbys at Canton. Last Tuesday afternoon Bill and Ida Mae Peroutek stopped to see Wayne Broeckelman and to wish him happy birthday. Guests of Bob and Pat Windmuller for Thanksgiving dinner were Mark, Tammy and Taylor Finnell, Josephine Frost, Dave Hastings, Lloyd Shenbood, J.D. Puentes and Father George Chalbhagam. Government Commodities w/l/be diet#bated "=-== ' Thursday, Dec 9 From 9to 10 a.m. at The Esbon Community Center Thank You for your quick assistance when I fell. Your concerns are greatly appreciated. Miola & Bob Griffeth : Need a Christmas Gift? Don't forget about Mankato  Chamber Bucks/ i.:2 You can purchase them at   lh e Central National Bank 1 \\;  They spend just like cash ;  and can be redeemed at   any Chamber Member 3 -" } - business! " They make great stocking stuffers too! ,,:,, <:. Saturday, Dec. 4 2 to 4 p.m.  : Mankato Community Center 214 N: High St., Mankato, Kan Your presence is your Present to them! on .... ,:. }: ,. . .. Sat., Dec. 11 from 2,5 pm or Sun., Dec. 12 from 11 am - 3"pm. You may also Purchase Deficious Homebaked Goods from the Relay for Life Bake Sale held ,, :- . ' Ticketsmay be purchased in advance by mailing a check to: HOLIDAY. HOME TOUR, P.O. BOX 399, BELOIT. KS 67420 Be sure to include the address you would like us to send tickets to .i:::i!i!;::. All proceeds go to RELAY FOR LIFE :.:..:.:i. For more informffbn, contact.Mary Jane Chapman at 785.534.1980 :i!G Thursday December 2 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3[3 Paul Heidrick left, andAustin Kennedy, right, carry a tote full of donated food itemsto a truck for deliver to the Jewell County Food Panty The donated items are part of the Rock Hills School food drive sponsored by the student council Jewell to distribute Mankato City Court commodities Dec, 9 Ernie L. Mueller. speeding, $149. Government Commodities'will be . :distributed at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9 at the Jewell Apartments. Commodi- ties this month will be spaghetti sauce, spaghetti, whole grain pasta, great northern beans, cheddar cheese soup, vegetable soup and applesauce.. We sell office supplies! Superior Publishing Company 25% George's Place 308 E South ' Mankato, KS 66965 Thank You  f, amil of Richard,Dick" Waugh wishes t 9 thk:l[ of.our friends and relatives for,tJ?ie fl0Weg/;!i :!i food, memorials and comfort given to us during : this difficult time in the loss of our loved one. Joan, Gerry, Gayle, Carl and Families 3 ...... .omesp00n.o.day I SaturdaY, DeC, P, :: :: Refreshments Served "Come shar our.first Christmas together" The Flower Patch, l Tuesday ............................................ Ham & Beans Wednesday,a ....  .................. Pan-fried chicken or Hunt Brothers pizza (8=5 each) Thursday Roast Beef dinner or Hot Beef sandwich ' Friday ' " .... Beef N' Noodles '%1 Saturday:.,;...,..; .................  ......... Taco salad "e\\;,m': ....  " ' :'Terry aridIreneOrtman, Owers 119 E. Jeffei'sdn, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 / I Bob's Inn SUNDAY (PIZZA ONLY) 11 a.m.-8 p.m.  .... TUISDAY, WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY * 11 a.m.'-lO p.m. ke.,,t\\;'-. 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