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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 29, 2011 Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall residents experienced some snow and blowing snow last Tuesday, though it melted about as quickly as it fell. Julie Bolte and girls, Kelly and Jennifer Flavin and family, Jackie and Kade Cooper and family lit the Christ Candle at Randall Community Church as Advent was culminated. Sunday Pastor Dan Daniels will be on vaca- tion and Rod Rose will be the guest speaker. Dan and Gaye Daniels and family left Sunday afternoon for the holiday night with his parents in Wichita. Christmas weekend guests of Judy Zimmer were Sandra and Russ Henningsen and boys, Angle and Brian Dreher and family, Opal and Carl McElroy. Holiday guests of Mike and JiJ1 Ramsey were Chad and Jenny Ramsey and family. Chris Ramsey and girls, Caleb Ramsey and Kylene Bonjour. Chris and girls will stay all week. Many people from Randall at= tended the Christmas Eve community service at Jewell Trinity. Dawna Greene and Dan Sullivan went to Oklahoma City to visit her grandchildren, Taylor and Tanner Wright. Their next stop was in Las Vegas to visit friends. On the return home, they stopped in Oklahoma City for another visit with the grandchil- dren. They were gone about two weeks. Christmas Day guests were Melanie, Bill and Eric Griffeth. Christmas morning, Della and Charles Houghton went to the Roger Houghton home for a gifting time with the grandchildren• Hank and Hannah Kummer and Alya Houghton. The noon meal was at the home of Della and Charles. Bill Elniff and Celia McMillan were Christmas dinner guests of Maggie.and Jerry Harr and family. Progressive Study Club meeting last Tuesday was cancelled because of the blowing snow m the morning. Elaine and Dan Peters hosted a supper and party for their family on Christmas evening. Ila McElroy was a Christmas Eve guest of Dennis Conn, his daughters and their families. Nevada ane CliffVetter visited her sister, Naida Paschal. at Bethany Home• Lindsborg. Christmas Eve guests of Zach and Jennifer Shelton and family were Kevin and Myma Shelton, Megan and Jeremy Nulf, Toby Douglas, David, Cindy, Jenna and Cianna DeLeon. This group gathered for brunch the next morning at the home of Kevin and Myma. Nancy and Bill Buser were in Branson, Me.. for a week. Christmas Day, they were guests of his dad, John Buser. at Arlington. Weekend guests of Barbara and Alan McMillan were Debbie and Gary ScotL Jason Richardson. Jessica Richardson and her friend, Be. Sunday, all were with family at the home of Bruce and Connie McMillans. Others there were Lee and Ingrid McMillan and family, Jerod and Keeley McMillan and fam- ily. Brenda Holmes and sons. Connie&apos;s morn and stepdad. Some relatives stopped to call in the afternoon. Christmas guests of Marilyn and Warren Joerg were Curt and Amy Staab. Addison and Caden, Julie and Aaron Splichal. Megan Swink and fiance• Doug Brown, Brittany Joerg, Marj and Walt Manley, Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe. Phil and Kristi Vetter and family left Sunday for Coming, Iowa, to be with her parents, the Dixons, for a few days. Christmas evening guests of Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe were Chris Kibbe. Jackie Clifford, Kara and Lucas Kent. During the Christmas week guests of Joe Anderson were Larry Anderson, Sharon Smith and granddaughter, Haley, Cheryl Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Anderson and family, Joe D: and Charlotte Anderson, Sharman and Jim Callanan. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Callanan, the David Callanan family, the Joe Aaron Anderson family, Shannon and Lori Anderson and family. Fred Ander- son came Monday to visit his dad. Christmas Eve was when most of them gathered at one time. The flu bug cut short some of the visits. Holiday guests of Fawna Barrett were Greg Wilson, Megan Fultz and Blake, Bruce and Cindy Barrett, Lee and Ingrid McMillan and family, Ferris and Susan Barrett, Kyle Barrett, Seleise Barrett, Natalie and David Wood and family. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Staying goodbye to 2011 is similar to telling a new friend goodbye. The time was fleeting; the friendship not fully developed; each month passed quickly. Football bowl games faded as bas- ketball became intense. Spring days came filled with yard work, activities, more work and more activities. Time was fleeting. Summer heat intensified and the days drug on...yet, they too, went flit- ting away and it was fall, filled with events, activities, work. Time was fleet- ing. Thanksgiving and Christmas zoomed through amid the busyness of the seasons. Family came and left leav- ing the memories behind. Alas, fare- well to the 01d year and welcome to the new year. May it be a blessing to each of you. I I III I Esbon Saturday was day for a Christmas gathering of the Burdette and Janie Callaway family. Home to enjoy the holiday and each other were the Brian Callaways, Belleville, the Ran Hancocks [Paula), Mankato, the Duane Wedels (Janette) Minneapolis, the Dave Callaways, and the Brett Callaways, Glen Elder. including Kelby the newest member of the fam- ily and probably the one that received the most attention. Friday night Jeremy and Katie Long, Alton, Brenda and Lon Seaman, Portis, were guests of their parents and grand- parents Glenn and Shirley Marihugh. Charlie and June Fischer left Friday for the Chicago area, where they will visit their son Ryan, his wife Samantha and the grandchildren, Caleb and Jacob. Ryan is in the navy and the Fischers plan to stay several days in Illinois. Last Sunday Lila Frost was in Belleville to watch her grandson, Grant White, play basketball. Grant's Belleville team had a Concordia team as their opposition on Sunday. Ken and Michelle Crocker, Lorena, Texas• arrived Thursday for the holi- days with Michelle's parents, Vyonda and Larry Welch. her brothers and other family members. Christmas Eve Beverly and Dwight Frost had as their guests Shane and KriSty Hi llman, Taylor Moseley, Ionia, Wes, Bridgett and Kahle Burgess• Milford Neb. Penni Arbach Lincoln Neb. Beth Jeffery, Superior, AnnaBelle Grubbs, Mankato, Scott Burgess and Scott Mac Donald, Wilmington, N.C., Lonnie and Heather Jurgens, Gibbon, Neb. Following having fallen and thus breaking a hip Linda Gass is staying at Good Living Center, Franklin, Neb., where she will be while she recuper- ates and the hip heals. Sunday all the most local families including Scott Marihugh and his fam- ily, Mark Marihugh and family, Beloit, Brenda and Lon Seaman, Portis, were Christmas day guests of Glenn and Shirley Marihugh. Christmas day guests of Beverly and Dwight Frost were Lonnie and Heather Jurgens, Gibbon, Neb., Scott Burgess and Scott Mac Donald, Wilmington, N.C.. Gale and Kathleen Jeffrey, Burr Oak, Amber, Jason and Parker• Gleason, Salina, Wes, Bridgett and Kahle Burgess, Milford, Neb., Penni Arbach, Lincoln, Neb., Beth Jef- frey, Superior, AnnaBelle Grubbs, Mankato, Gale Burgess and Colleen Baker. Gathering Sunday night for their family Christmas observance were Neva and Ed Lewis, McPherson, Ken Grain-Bins  Grain Equipment • Eaton Am : Sukup ] IW' Jl Ir,m,,:']l =--.,I Hutchinson • GSI \\;VA¥ 8 a[lDl  •Neco ,, B-I -L:-"AI "'--1 • DMC [*].'l=4g[Jl ]ql#[ee • York Le s Buildings  g • Vacro-Pruden • GSI Dryers • American Commercial Agricultural, Industrial 604 Wisconsin P.O. Box 17 Gawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise or Doug Pruitt for estimates. • Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling • Concrete i i i SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Tuesday, Jan. 10 • 9 a.m. to I p.m. Sylvan Sales Commission Co. Sylvan Grove, Kan. Soil Testing, Secondary & Micronutrients, pH, Fertilizer Sources, Application Methods. LUNCH PROVIDED NO COST TO ATTEND Must have 10 pre-registered to hold meeting. Pre-register by Thursday, Jan. 5 to: Post Rock Extension District ( Be loit 738-3597, Mankato, 378-3174, Osborne . 346-2521, Lincoln, 524-4432) or Ellsworth Co. Extension 472-4442. Kansas State University is committed to making its services activities, and K= STATE pr0grams accessible t0 all participants, tt '0u have speciat requirements due t0 Research and Extension a physical, vision or hearing disability, contact Scott Chapman 785-738-3597. and Michelle Crocker, Lorena, Texas, Sheila and Shannon White. Grant, Carter, Levi and Colin. Belleville. Stacy and Mike Stauffer, Makenna and Hunter, Glen Elder. Shawn Frost. Megan and Paul, Vera Frost, Larry, Vyonda, Jeff and Mike Welch, Jewelt. They were together at the home of John and Lila Frost. On Monday Karen and Ed Loeffelman, St. Louis, arrived in Esbon. They are here for several days with Karen' s parents, Glenn and Shirley Marihugh. In last week's news I noted that Yvonne (Benoit) Peroutek had had surgery. In the paper it read Yvonne (Beloit) which was incorrect. The community card party will be- gin at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Village Cafe. Those attending are to bring fin- ger foods. The Village Cafe will close at 9 p.m. Saturday and be closed until 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. I am hoping that each and everyone had a joyous Christmas with family, friends or both and that 2012 is the best ever. Hope those New Year's resolu- tions Will last at least through the first week of 2012. Natalie and Wayne Frost and boys, Whitley and Blaine, went to Winona Saturday: There they observed Christ- mas with Natalie's parents, Dan and Kristi Maser, and other family mem- bers. Irma and Don Fogo had, as Irma said, their usual Sunday, 'Christmas day, with their sons Steve and Randy being with them. Joining Wayne and Joan Broeckelman in acome and go fashion Christmas weekend were Mike and Sharla Broeckelman and their family, Beloit, Monte and Gina Broeckelman and famdy Dodge Cty and Hays, and Mark Broeckelman, Burlington, Colo. Scott Burgess and Scott Mac Donald, Wilmington. N.C.. arrived in Esbon Friday night. They are spending the holidays with Beverly and Dwight Frost, Gall Burgess and Colleen Baker. Gary, Teresa, Nathan, Natalie, Cameron, Jason Shipley and his friend. Lori, observed Christmas on Monday with Teresa' s parents. Verne and Carol Overmiller, at the Overmiller home north of Smith Center. Many gathered for a candle light Christmas Eve service at the Esbon United Methodist Church Saturday evening. Services started in darkness. During the reading ofthe scriptures by Wanda Thammel and Shirley Marihugh the Advent candles were lighted, then the individual candles and finally the Christmas lights and the overheads. Dereck and Jerrod Gillett started the lighting in each individual row. Beth Walker played a rendition of "Oh Holy Night" on the piano. "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" was played by Wanda Thummel for the "breaking of the bread' and during the Holy Com- munion which was served by Pastor Gerry Sharp. The elements were pre- pared by Janet Kriley. Following the service all went to the basement for a time of f?ellowship with cookies, cof- fee and hot chocolate. Pastor Gerry had held services at Ionia and Burr Oak prior to coming to Esbon. He still had one church to go as his last service of the evening was at Mankato Harmony. Monday Glenna Fogo joined Angle, Sean and Gracie Moulton. Loami. Ill.. Bill, Mandy, Aspen and Paige Fogo, Manhattan, at the home of Glenn (Chug) and Carol Fogo. Beloit. for the first session of their holiday together. The little ones are special to watch as they open their gifts. Spending Christmas with their par- ents and grandparents. Wandaand Ted Thummel. were Trey, Carol. Robert and Duncan Andersen, Great Bend, Regina Thummel, Topeka, Joel Thummel. Salina, Jan. Karen, Heather. Megan and Jessica Thummel. Topeka. James• Katrine and MacKinzie Thummel, McLouth. Sabrina was un- able to be with them. Beverly Kindler. Norton. Deanne Alexander, Wichita, Tammy Alexander. Beloit, Kathy and Dave Atkins, Wichita, were Christmas week- end guests of Virginia Alexander. "Good Christian Friends, Rejoice", and they did, as the congregation of the Esbon United Methodist Church came together to worship on Christmas morn- ing. This being the birth day of Jesus, the service was conducted with that theme. All met in the basement of the church as it was a better place for a party. Pastor Gerry Sharp'asked mem- bers of the congregation what they would have brought for a gift for Jesus if they were doing it that day. Answers included'time, love, hearts and music. Then Pastor asked if they would give to Jesus their most treasured items? He suggested perhaps SUV' s, campers and sports equipment. He related to the congregation that he is giving up some of his prize possessions this year as each of their children will be given the chance to select and keep one of his prized nativity scenes. Jerrod and Dereck Gillett each played Christmas music on the key- board. Jerrod played "Hark The Harold Angels Sing" and "Jingle Bells." Dereck' s selections were"Away in the Manger" and "Silent Night." The boys also were lighters of the candles during the reading of the scripture and later got to blow the candles all out includ- ing the birthday candle. Guests wel- comed were Dave andKathy Atkins and Trey Anderson. Following the sing- ing of "Happy Birthday Jesus" all had cake and drinks. Lila Frost has been busy this month. Besides her various jobs like filling in at the post office and giving a helping hand at the cafe this has been an active time for her elsewhere, like at church. She is president of the Ladies of the United Methodist Church group. Early in the month group members baked and filled plates of cookies for differ- ent residents in town and for the .new comers. Lila oversaw this job and then saw the plates were delivered. Each month someone is responsible for open- ing the church and acting as greeter along with seeing that the heat or cool- ing is taken care of. Two of her Sun, days we had received snow that had to be removed. I think Roger Underwood gave her an assist there. Christmas Eve services brought on more church re- quirements. For the Christmas Day birthday party, Lila baked and deco- rated the cake and saw that everything before, during and after the party were taken care of. It's been a busy month for her and then she went home and had a house full of family for Christmas. Lila is one of the volunteers that Esbon couldn't do with out. Northbranch By Errna Dillon Several women and girls attended a Christmas brunch last Tuesday hosted by Joyce McNichols at her home in Superior. LaVae Glover attended the elemen- tary school Christmas program in Red Cloud last Tuesday. His great-grand- daughter, Beau, daughter of Jared and Ashley Lewis, was in the program Ron Buckley of Denver came to stay during the holidays with his dad, Earl Buckley. Roger and Sarah Buckley, Austin and Lauren were with Earl for several days over the past week. Last Wednesday, Ivan and Leta Frost drove to Russell, and ate lunch with Agnes (Mizner) Kindler, Ivan's aunt and then stayed the afternoon vis- iting with her The residents at the Jewell County Long Term Care in Mankato had fam- ily and friends joining their Christmas party on Thursday. Marilyn Jeffery was one of the guests. Steve Dillon of Haysville stayed his four day Christmas vacation away from the hustle of the city at the home of his parents, John and Erma Dillon. Monday he took tiis Dad to Hastings FOR TODAY AND THE FUTURE! Serving Famers, students Retirees and businesses A BANK We're here to serve all people of allages! Come see us toaay! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 r¢."= 7 8 5- 7 3 9- 2 212 -j.'t] c 00am_ j cj-00 We want to wish everyone a very happy and prosperous New Year! Melby Mortuary Steve Melby 402 N. High • Mankato,Kan. - 785-378-3211 for his dialysis treatment. Liz and Marty Jeffery and Sarah furnished homemade cookies at the Fellowship Hall on Christmas Eve for those who came to the church for a quiet time to reflect on what Christmas is really all about - the birth of the Savior of the world. Marilyn Jeffery attended the Christ- mas Eve service at the Olive Hill Church. The Christmas morning worship service at Northbranch Friends Church was blessed with a number of visitors. Organ prelude music was played by ErmaDillon. Pastor Ken Smith opened the service with announcements and was assisted by Lonnie Arrants in giv- ing the call to worship with another thought provoking "query" and scrip- ture with the lighting of the Advent candle. Musicians were Erma Dillon, Liz Jeffery and Lila Smith. A trio of young Jeffery women, Sarah, Kelli and Regan favored the congregation with a Christmas special. Serving as ushers were John Dillon, Todd Jeffery and Kermit Jeffery. Liz played a piano arrangement of "Joy to the World' for the offertory. Brady Jeffery was the legs for the praise microphone to those paicipating in the praise time. Many shared their praises with the congrega- tion all standing and giving a round of applause as praise for the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior. Whitney Warner, a daughter of Kevin and Susan Wamer played a piano solo for a second special. Numerous prayer concerns were made known and time given to remember these in prayer. Deanna Willitts sang a Christmas solo as the third special in the service. Pastor Ken read a few verses telling the story of Jesus' birth from Luke. His message text was from Hebrews l, noting that the birth of Jesus was the fulfillment of God' s plan. Christis the perfect reflection of God. From the manager to the throne, he is our advo- cate and gwes us power through the holy spirit to carry the good news to the world. Visitors in the service were Jerry and Jackie Frisbie of Oregon; Greg and Heather Richardson and Trent of Guide Rock; Scott Jeffery and his fianc6; Caleb and Lauren Frasier; Mary Jane Kennedy, Earlene Jeffery' s sister from Kansas City; Steve DillOr]: Alan Warner of Hays and his son, Andrew of Abilene; Kevin and Susan Warner, Weston, Whitney and Bethany of Kechi; home from their college duties were Regan Jeffery of Salina, Allison Warner of Lindsborg and Sarah Jeffery of Manhattan. LaVae Glover joined his family on Sunday for Christmas dinner at the home of Elwin and Gwen Lewis. The Todd Jeffery family was guests of Marilyn Jeffery for their Christmas dinner on Sunday. John and Erma Dillon and Steve Dillon joined Joyce McNichols for Christmas dinner at the Vestey Center in Superior. Ivan and Leta Frost hosted their family following Christmas Day on Monday. Thosepresent were, Brenda, Mark, Lee and Cory Carlson: Karla, Leon, Chase and Gerit Wagner; Wayne, Natalie, Whitley and Blaine Frost They opened gifts and shared an evening meal. Young Whitley was "busting with excitement" as he is the right age for Santa. Little ones are what make Christmas so fun! Gathering news this Christmas has been a challenge! Will hope to catch up with more of you next week. Here' s a good thought to live by; A happy New Year! Grant that I may bring no tear to any.eye. When this New Year in time shall end let it be said I've played the friend, have lived and loved and labored here, and made of it a happy year. - Edgar Guest Pa00e Bobcat Works • Pasture tree clearing • Post hole drilling • General dirt or lot work • Snow removal Ionia Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing worship service message entitled "No Room For Jesus" at the Ionia church. Scriptures used were Isaiah 9:2-7 and Luke 1:26-38. Rod and Rita Rose were the greeters and Rita served as usher. Michaela Simmelink lit the altar candles and Rod lit the Advent candles. Guests were Roger and Jamie Reeker, Topeka, Brian and Deb Cockroft. The Birthday of Jesus was celebrated. There will be a"Watch Night Party" starting at 7:30 p.m., New Year' s Eve, at the Ionia United Methodist Church Annex. All are invited to attend. Ev- eryone attending is asked to bring fin- ger foodS. Games will be played. Rod and Rita Rose were Christmas Day guests of Marty and Christal Rose at their home in Norton. There were 44 who attended the Christmas Eve Service held at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Carols were sang, a candle lighting service was held, and communion was served. Pas- tor Sharp and Rod Rose presented the program with Ann Colson as the pia- nist. Christmas weekend guests of Roger and Arrilla Fedde were Leslie Lislieczerwonka, Orlando, Fla,, Cynthia and Terry Wunderle, Guthrie, Okla., Garrett Whoolery, Manhattan, Correy, Mitchell. Kayla and McKenzie Whoolery, Edmond, Okla. More fam- ily is expected this week. Brett Kohn visited Christmas Day at the home of Cecil, Lola, Shane and Kristi Hillman. Lola Hillman spent Dec. 13, in the hospital at Beloit, but was able to return home the next day. Dennis Entz, Tennessee, anal his four nieces, recently came to visit Lola Hillman.. Dennis had lived with Lola many years ago while attending his senior year of high school. While here he and his meces visited his mother, Betty Chance, Cawker City. Lola Hillman has a new great-grand- son, Callyn. Callyn' s parents are Kenny and Melinda Brummer of Hunter. Christmas Day guests at the home of Leon and Karen Baden were Scott and Rachel Baden and family of Goessel, Jason Baden of Lenexa. Bud and Jean Baden. Granddaughters Elyse and Alyssa remained until Tuesday. Several shut-ins, long term care residents, and seniors in the area who had resided in the Ionia Community received pointsettias from the Ionia United Methodist Church. Many have contacted the church to express their appreciation. Coke and Wanetta Wright were Christmas Day guests of Chad and Pam Carter. Gawker City. Chad's son Robert Carter, from the Kansas City area, was also a guest. Rod and Rita Rose, and Dick and Gloria Schlaefli had supper together at a cafe in Mankato. last Wednesday, and then went to view the Candy Lane light display in Superior. Christmas Eve. Tony, Susan and Reata Elting, Deshler• attended the Christmas Eve Service at Ionia church with Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. All returned to the Schlaefli home for sup- per and a gift exchange. Thursday evening, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended a Bible study at the Olive Hill Church. Kristi Hillman and Taylor visited Saturday at the home of Dwight and Beverly Frost, where family members and some friends were gathered for Christmas Eve. Gloria Schlaefli vis- ited the Frost home in the afternoon. Christmas Eve. Rod and Rita Rose visited Bob Rose at the Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Others visiting Bob that night were Jean Rose, Bob and Tammy Lee. Christmas weekend visitors at the Harold and Neva Shoemaker home were Pat and Sue Shea, Brad Engelbert, Hannah Backfish and son A.J., Lawrence, Kan, Vanessa Engelbert, Mission, Daniel, Dandle, Noah, and Lanren Perry, Overland Park, Travis Engelbert. Madison, Wis.. Curt Shoe- maker, Ionia, and Maureen Pace, At- lantic, Iowa. They all attended the Christmas Eve service at the Ionia United Methodist Church, followed by supper. Sunday morning they gath- ered for a gift exchange and then a noon dinner. Monday morning, Pat. Sue, and Vanessa visited Bob and Jean Rose at Beloit, then Pat and Sue went to Salina to the home of Pat's mother, Lola Mae Shea, for a Shea family Christmas gathering. Vanessa returned to Mis- sion after the visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rose. Orange Bowknots 1 1/4 C milk, scalded 2 well beaten eggs 1/2 C shortening 1/3 C sugar 2 T orange peel 5 C flour 1/4 C orange juice 2 tsp. salt 1 pkg. yeast Combine milk, shortening, sugar and salt. Cool to luke warm. Soften yeast in mixture. Add, eggs, orange juice and peel; beat thoroughly. Add flour. Cover and let stand 10 minutes. Knead on lightly floured board. Place in greased bowl; let rise in warm place until double in bulk, about two hours. Punch down (may be refrigerated over- night at this point). Roll dough half inch thick and cut into 10 inch strips one-half inch wide. Tie each in knot. Arrange on baking sheet, cover, let rise until double. Bake 400 degrees for 15 minutes, spread with orange topping while rolls are warm Topping: Blend 2 T. orange juice, 1 tsp. grated orange peel; 1 C confec- tioners sugar. (Vesta used three or- anges for peel and juice). Submitted by Barb Thomas who sad, "My mother, Vesta McCammon Dillinger, always fixed these rolls for all holiday dinners. My grandfather, Harve McClure, and my brother, Ran McCammon, always had a contest to see who could eat the most Orange Rolls. Mother had to make a lot to have enough rolls for everyone!" &'S Sentricon Colony Elimination System ..=,,. SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Seasonal ServicesAvailable 109West 5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554 • 1-800-748-8184 This week's report from Mankato Livestock, inc. Consigned for Friday, Dec. 30 15 Black bred heifers, bred black calves 3-1-12; 150 Black steers, 700:850: 190 Mix steers and heifers• 550-750; 63 Black steers, 850; 20 Black OCV heifers. 600. Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Ce//785-819-6115 Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Cell 785-545-6784 Rodney Payne, 785-545.5141  Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Ce11785-545-8612 Brent Beck, 785-545-5427  Kelly Bouray, Ce11402-79-556 Z '.. 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