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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 9, 2010 I r[] i ii Four Ways from Northbranch By Erma Dillon Saturday, Nov. &apos;27, Ivan and Leta Frost hosted their family Thanksgiv- ing gathering. Brenda Carlson, Lee and Cory; Karla and Leon Wagner, Chase and Gerit and Wayne andNatalie FroSt, Whitley and baby Blaine, were all there to enjoy the big Thanksgiving dinner. Brenda's husband, Mark. was sick and didn't get to come. Jean Davis attended the Rock Hills Middle School basketball game last Tuesday evening. The team that her grandson, Grant, plays on won their game. Deb Tresner, her son, Dan Chanowski, and his friend were in the conce'rns were noted anti a time of special prayer was given. Shantel Willitt sang, "What Child is This" for the special. Matthew 3:1-12 was Pas- tor Ken' s text for his sermon regarding John, the Baptist and how he was sent to prepare the way for the coming of Jesus. His simple message was to re- pent and change:from the inside out. The pastor said this is what haste be done within our:hearts to rrceive Jesus. Visitors were B.J. and Erica BroWn. [one Shipley and Jean Davis at- tended theThomlurg Church Christ- as program Which was, held at the vermillers' barn nearThomburg Sun- area over the weekend. The guys spent day evening. They report it was a nice most of their time deer hunting and program. A soup supper was held tel- Deb took care of some errands at her house. Friday evening 14 friends and neigh- bors gathered at the home of Walt and DiannaWillitts and family for a"double game' evening of food and fun. The Willitts enjoy hunting wild game so supper meats were a variety of wild game (game number 1). Following supper vanous games were played (game number 2) by the group. Sam Gillett, along with grandsons, Dereck and Jerrod, met Victoria and Makayla L'Ecuyer in Wichita. They all then went to Neodesha to help Logan Gillett celebrate his 4th birthday. lowing the progra m . Ruth GloVer, at the Heritage Care in Red Cloudand Winnie McNichols at the Good Samaritan in Superior are neither one feeling as well the last few days. Glen and Patsy Warner were Sun- day dinnerguests ofVeim'aLee Smuck. Take Note The nicest thing about the future is that is always starts tomorrow. Money will buy a fine dog, but only kindness will make him wag his tail. Seat belts are not as confining as wheelchairs. Logan's parents, David and Autumn, and little sister. Addyson, and his other grandparents were there to eat cake and ice cream. S am and the boys stayed the night with the L'Ecuyers and at- tended church with them Sunday. Grandma Alyce had to miss the fun because of her work schedule. B lake Davis of rural Esbon returned Saturday from a month long trip to the Philippines. While there. Blake was married to Anamarie Mia on Sunday, Nov. 28. Ann is the niece of Hayes and Lolita McDole of Red Cloud. Ann will have to wait 6 to 9 months before she will be able to come here. Ivan Frost is recovering at home following total knee-replacement at the Salina Surgical Center last Wednes- day. His surgery was in the morning and by afternoon they had him up walk- ing and sitting in a chair. He was able to return home on Friday. He is making use of time out of the fields to take care of some physical repairs; having had cataract surgery in Hastings Nov. 22. Steve Dillon came to the home of his parents. John and Erma Dillon for a short weekend of deer hunting. Weekend guests at the home of Alan and Kim Davis were Danyel and Bret Chapman, Addison and Colt of McPherson. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Blake Davis. Jean Davis and Peg and Carl Meline. Edward and Jeff Shute and John and Erma Dillon spent most of Satur- day in Hastings. The women were cel- ebrating the final sales of their book, ."Prairie Jewels" and the guys went along to chauffer and pick up the tabs! The foursome dined together at noon and then toured the museum to see the many decorated Christmas trees, at- tend the Imax show about helicopters and also visit the planatarium where the spectacular show "Season of Lights" was showing. The Northbranch Friends Church Sunday morning worship opened with Pastor Ken Smith giving announce- ments, followed by Lexi Jeffery read- mg scripture for the lighting of the second Advent candle. Musicians were Erma Dillon. Lila' Smith and Becky McNichols. ValenciaWillitt carried to praise microphone to those participat- ing in the praise time. Numerous prayer i Payne Bobcat Works Pasture tree clearing Post hole dril, ing General dirt or lot zvork Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 Brent Beck, 785,545.5427 II I I Randall By Faw.a Barrett i IIII I I II I Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday for their Thanksgiving and Christmas turkey dinner with Martha Lumb, president, furnishing the tur- key, Dawna Greene, the dressing and gravy, and Fawna Barrett, mashed po- tatoes and rolls, Others brought the rest of the meal and 17 registered. During the business meeting, it was decided to keep the meeting room open this win- ter and to have ameetingon Jan. 25. A new hot water heaterhas been installed. JuniorWilson and Larry Thornton were thanked/br doing that job. Randall United Church Women met last Wednesday to quilt in the morning and held their semi-annual birthday party in the afternoon with Nevada Vetter the only birtllday honoree present. Karen Matteson fixed: an ice cream cake for the oc;asion. Deyotion was a Christmas Bible verse. Dona- tions were approved for Cookson Hills, Youthville and ihe Jewell Angel tree. It was approved to purchase a supple- mental heater for the church basement. Adam, Laura and John Barta lit the Advent candles Sunday at the Randall Community Church. Sunday evening, Nevada Vetter and Vickie Fenner were guests of Elaine Peters at their annual Advent by Candlelight dinner at St. John's High School. Roger and Jan McCollough made a pre-ho!iday visit to their daughter, Lesley, Kevin Crider and Keegan, Quincy, III. They took Keegan to Springfiel'd, II1., to tour historic sites. Weekend guests of Jill and Mike Ramsey were the Chad Ramsey fam- ily. Three friends from Sedgwick came with them to'hunt. Elaine and Dan Peters attended the St. John's school council Christmas ii i i ii i i iiiii i i Grain Bins Eaton GSI Central National Ban/< Travel Club Trios are 0 to Aft! Trip Includes visits to: Mount Vernon Estate, WWtl Memorial, Capitol Hill, Embassy Row, The <orean War Veterans Memorial, The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The Smithsonian, Lincoln Memorial and More! Call for More Detail. Diane Price Diane Delka (785) 243-8226 (402).879-7709 Audrey Hamilton (785) 378-3162 Ending their performance, the Rock Hills first grade class (back row) Ty Boiler, Tate Bersley-Callaway, Rylan Basart, Caitlynn Scarrow, Gavin Bouska, Devon Studer, Anoki Strider (middle.row) Angel Sanchez, Jake Underwood, Alyssa Davis t Jacob Barry, Kole Vance, Avery Brown, (front row) Conner Cosand, Eva Cleary, Daniel McDill, Andrew Babson, Sonny Johnson, Rickie DeSpain, Roger Meer, and Jensen Eilert take a bow for the crowd. The class performed three songs including "Whacky Gobbler", "La Navidad" and "Christmas Jubilation" during the elemehtary Christmas program last Thursday evening. party in Beloit. Guests of Joe Anderson from Sun- day to Thursday were Larry Hopkins and Don Hammond, from the Atlanta. Ga.. area. They were hunting pheas- ants for the first time. Joe D. Anderson went with them part of the time. Several reports of hunters getting their deer since the season opened Dec. I. Thursday, Betty Barrett and Fawna Barrett met tbr lunch in Concordia. Fawna called on Thelma Given at Sun- set Home where they had a good visit. Scott and Viekie Former Came last week for deer hunting. Friday Cliff and Nevada Vetter, Vickie Fenner and Elaine Peters drove to Wahoo. Nob.. to visit Elsie and Noel Vetter Saturday evening, Phil and' Kristi Vetter and family, Tatem Peters. Nancy and Bill Buser and Scott and Vickie Fenner and some hunter friends had a surpriseearly birthday party honoringNevada.Tatem stayed the night. Little Evan Wood was baptized Sunday at the Solomon Yoked Parish. Those attending were his parents. David and Natalie Wood. Alana and Isaac. grandparents. Harvey and Pat Wood. Fawna Barrett. Uncle Ron and Audrey Wood. Jaden and Avery, aunts, Rose and Randy Carlson and Seleise Barrett and cousins. Andrew and Jessica Carlson and family Evan's parents hosted a dinner after the services. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Kaleidoscopes of browns cover the countryside in Kansas and they are beautiful. Mixing of shades from creamy beige to tan to reddish-brown to dark browns and almost black create nature's painting of the landscape. Plump circles of hay bales add dimen- sion to the wew. Splotches of green where wheat is Grain Equipfnen,t Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC  , York Legs GSI Dryers Vacr0-Pruden , American Commeroial Agricultural industrial 785'781-4383" 800-221-4383 604,Wisconsin P.O. Box 17 Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise or Doug Pruitt for estimates. Commercial Agricultural Industrial Metal Buildings Grain Storage and Handling Concrete ii i $814 PER PE00On DOUBLE OCCUPANCY $1084 pEx PF00ON SINGLE OCCUP00CY $794 pea pE00ON TRIPLE OCCUPANCY Sign up by Wed. February 23, 2011 with a $75 deposit Total payment due: SaL April 16, 2011 Two Pickup Locations Mankato & Concordia Member FDIC Sponsored by: Central National Bank Money for Life trying to make some t'all growth brings forth more contrast in the browns. Occasional evergreen trees huddle in spots blending another shade of color along the way. Most travelers miss the beauty of the Midwest roadsides this time of year. You can't smell the roses of sum- mer. However. don't miss the subtle colors of winter. Burr Oak By Glennys Barnes Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the Red Cloud vs. Lawrence-Nelson high school basketball game Friday night. The Warriors were defeated in both the girls and boys games. Saturday Cailyn and Cayce Barry, Superior, went with their grandmx Robin Barry to Hebron to attend the childrens Christmas movie sponsored by Reinke Manufacturing Company. Josh and Amanda Frasier, Salina. called on Doug and Wanda Frasier Saturday evening and Sunday after- noon. They were in Hastings Saturday seeing Amanda's brother-in-law who was leaving on a second tour overseas. Emily Belden. Junction City, Lexie Jeffery, Corie Gunn and Denise 00-q-qm-arr;r--00l Sentricon- Colony Elimination System j Stafford attended the Singing Christ- mas Tree in Grand Island Saturday evening. Members of the United Methodist Church are meeting in the Upper Room during the winter months instead of the large sanctuary. This being the second Sunday of Advent, two andles were lit, the first last Sunday was hope and this week's was peace, candle of the angels. Pastor Dan' s sermon was titled "Purpose of Christmas." followed by the serving of holy communion. Clos- ing s/0ng was "Come Thou Long Ex- pecd Jesus." Last Monday, Cliff and Glenny Barnes accompanied Jeff and Diana Ord of Guide Rock. to Rochester. Minn.. where Diana had an appoint- ment at the Mayo Clinic. They re- turned home last Wednesday afternoon after an overnight stay in Council Bluffs, Iowa. On the way home, Wednesday, the Ords and Barnes stopped in Beatrice where the Ords traded vehicles and then had lunch with Jeff s nephew. Jordan Grabouski. The Christian Women' s Fellow ship of the, Christian Church had their an- nual Christmas dinner hosted by Wanda Howard at a Mankato restaurant last Wednesday noon. Attending were Wanda Howard, Cheryl Hillman, Ruth Pest Control & Lawn Service x I SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50/EARS. 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Mrs. Howard presented each one present with an angel figurine. Wanda Frasier. with assistance from Cliff Barnes, was in charge of the Ad- vent service at the Christian Church Sunday morning. Richard Cox's mes- sage was entitled "Where' s the Line to Jesus." His selected scripture was Matthew 3:1 - 12. He said we all need to stop running after things that do not matter and spend more time seeking God. Everything else can wait. the search for God can not. John the Bap- tists message m this scripture is repen- tance. We need to die daily to sin. Re 9entance is an ongoing lifestyle for Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday: 9:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Sunday; by appointment members of the kingdom. Our hope lies only in God and in the kingdom of heaven which is coming. Songs sung during the serwce were "O Holy Night," "O Come, All Ye Faithful," "Softly and Tenderly," "Take My Life and Let It 13e, and Jesus Calls Us. O're the Tumult." The congregation was happy to have Wanda Howard back in attendance after several weeks of her recuperation from a fall. Darin and Lilly Barnes, Red Cloud were Sunday lunch guests of Cliff and Glermy Barnes at a Red Cloud restau- rant. Amanda Barnes was working and could not be with them. Sunday evening the Junior Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary members cooked and served a Christmas supper for members of the American Legion Aux- iliary at the Community Center. About 30 were in attendance. Brynlee Barnes, Smith Center, stayed two days with her great-grand- mother, Cheryl Hillman, while her mother, Jessica Barnes was working. Cliff anal Glenny Barnes accompa- nied Jeff and Diana Ord to Grand Is- land and Hastings, Neb., Monday where they had lunch and did some Christmas shopping. There will be a Christmas Sing- along at the Christian Church Sunday evening, Dec. 12 beginning at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be available fol- lowing the song service. Everyone is welcome to attend. Rock Hills Menu Dec, 13 through Dec. 17 Breakfast Monday: Pop Tarts. Tuesday: Biscuit, bacon, cheese, Wednesday: Biscuit and gravy, tri tator. Thursday: Pancake on a stick, tarot tots. Friday: Breakfast pizza, bacon and egg, peaches. Lunch Monday: Chicken pattie, sun chips, baby carrots, pears, applesauce cake Tuesday: Corn dog, tator tots, broc- coli and cheese, pineapple tidbit; pud- ding cup. Wednesday: Ham, scalloped pota- toes, peas, fruit cocktail, apple crisp. Thursday: Chicken and noodle, mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce, roll. Friday: Sloppy Joe, potato chips, baked beans, peaches, chocolate chip cookie. Same Day Appointments Medicare and Blue Shield Tyler Chiropractic John Tyler, D.C. Mankate, Kan. Xe lia b le - Ca ri - Professional We are here for you Our licensed funeral directors areready to assist you in advance planning as well as during your time of need. McDonald-Robe.rts YuneratSennce 910 North Campbell Avenue, Beloit, Kan. 67420 785-738-2211 - a _ = i This week's report from Hank00to Livestock, Inc. Friday, Dec. 3 2 Black steers 362 155.00 5 Black heifers 381 132.00 12 Black steers 438 140.50 11 Black heifers 430 126.50 30 Black steers 482 138.75 9 Mix heifers 476 118.00 10 Mix steers 488 139.00 11 Mix heifers 506 118.75 23 Black steers 505 136.00 31 Black heifers 519 120.50 22 Black steers 540 131.00 13 Black heifers 544 116.00 21 Black steers 550 131.50 16 Black heifers 561 110.50 15 Mix steers 555 127.25 21 Black heifers 584 116.75 36 Black steers 585 128.75 15 Mix heifers 590 112.50 58 Black steers 598 128.60 13 Black heifers 612 107.25 27 Black steers 602 126,75 30 Black heifers 627 112.00 17 Black steers 611 123.00 12 Mix heifers 637 110.85 27 Mix steers 657 121.75 41 Mix heifers 637 110.00 18 Mix steers 683 118.00 15 Mix heifers 647 107.50 30 Black steers 685 124.25 38 Black heifers 676 109.75 17 Black steers 698 120.35 11 Black heifers 690 109.75 30 Black steers 700 115.25 26 Mix steers 718 114.00 131 Black steers 728 120.60 Bulls 55-70; 57 Mix steers 726 120.00 High Cows, 53-64; 10 Black steers 812 114.85 Low Cows, 34-52. 63 Black steers 839 117.75 110 Mix steers 844 114.35 33 Mix steers 883 114.10 39 Mix steers 930 110.50 30 Older bred cows, spring calves; 65 Black steers and heifers, 550-650; 45 Black steers and heifers, 550-650; 43 Black steers and heifers, 600; 64 Black steers and heifers, 550-650; 30 Black steers and heifers, 700; 50 Mix Steers and heifers, 600-700, Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Ce11785-819-6115 ] Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Ce#785-545-6784 ! 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