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35th anniversary

?Curtis and Cathy Holste of Ludell will celebrate their 35th anniversary Monday, April 28 and their family wishes to honor them with a card shower. Cards can reach them at 24815 Road V50, Ludell, KS 67744. Curt and Cathy were married at Sacred Heart Church in Atwood and a reception followed at the Ludell School.

Engagement announcement

?Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crawford of Auburn, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Carol Crawford, to Joshua Daniel Adams, son of Marilyn and Mark Adams of McDonald, Kan.
The couple met at Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wash. The future bride graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in marketing. The future groom received a Bachelor of Arts degree from John Brown University in photography and graphic design.
The wedding will be June 7 in Auburn and the couple will live in Seattle.

Solko receives awards

?Kendra Solko, a graduate of Rawlins County High School who is studying at Creighton University to earn her doctorate of occupational therapy, received multiple awards from her school this spring.
Solko, who plans to graduate in December 2015, earned the Pharmacy and Health Professionals Student Government Leadership Award, the Alumni Centennial Scholarship, the Men and Women For And With Others Award and the Student Member of the Year Award.

National winner

?Jaylyn Dirks, a sophomore at Rawlins County High School, won a Silver Key Award for her pen and ink drawing, “Harvest Time in Kansas,” a National Scholastic Arts award. Jaylyn drew the scene from her own photograph of combines working to beat a threatening storm cloud. Kathy Leitner is her art instructor.

Rotary auction set for May 10

?“Rotary goes Hollywood” is the theme chosen for this year’s Atwood Rotary’s benefit auction.
They will roll out the red carpet Saturday, May 10 at the Columbian Hall in a festive movieland setting.
Tickets are available from Rotary members, at the Atwood Chamber Office, at The Square Deal or at The Bank.
Doors will open at 6 p.m.. Dinner will be served at 6:30 There will be plenty of time to bid on silent auction items before the always spirited live auction begins.
Party goers are encouraged to dress as their favorite movie actor or actress, but costume is optional.
Rotarians have chosen to have benefit proceeds go toward an oncology treatment system at Rawlins County Health Center. This will enable cancer patients to have chemo treatment locally.
Other donations will go to the county shuttle, a community garden and possibly the amusement association and concession stand pop machines at the high school.
Everyone is welcome to purchase a ticket for an evening of good food and fun...all for good causes.

Death Notice

BERNARD HORINEK – ?Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, April 25 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Atwood for Bernard “B.J.” Horinek, 101, who died early Tuesday morning at the Atwood Good Samaritan Society.
Rosary will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 24 at Baalman Mortuary in Atwood.
Survivors include his nine children, Bernard A. Horinek and wife, Marilyn, of Atwood, Caroline and husband, Dick Flanagin, of Milliken, Colo., Barbara and husband, Ken Stelloh, of rural Awood, Marlene and husband, Rick Malicky, of New Cambria, Pa., Linda and husband, Kenneth Brungardth, of McPherson, Verjean and husband, Angus Garey, of McCook, Neb., Diane and husband, Steve Long, of Broomfield, Colo., Sharon and husband, Dale Vest, of Littleton, Colo., and Jim Horinek and wife, Norma, of Wilson; sister, Frances Souchek of Atwood; 42 grandchildren, 87 great-grandchildren, 22 great-great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Memorials may be given in his name to the Good Samaritan Society of Atwood and the Rawlins County Health Center.
Baalman Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.

CHARLES WALKER – ?Funeral services are pending with Baalman Mortuary in Atwood for Rawlins County Commissioner Charles Robert Walker, who died Tuesday afternoon in Leavenworth.
Walker was a native of Rawlins County and was engaged in farming. Elected in November of 2010 to the board of commissioners, he continued to fulfill his service as he was able, despite health challenges.
Among his survivors are his wife, Wilda of the home in rural Atwood and three daughters, Rebecca, Lisa and Stacey and their families.

Jayhawk Theatre

Captain America: The Winter Soldier
in 3D
Friday, Saturday & Sunday,
April 25, 26 & 27
7:30 p.m.

NO SUNDAY MATINEE

Coming to the Jayhawk:
Draft Day and Oculous

Regular Admission:
Adults: $5.00
High School & Grade School: $3.00

3-D Admission:
Adults: $6.00
High School & Grade School: $4.00

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