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.» N orthbranch ' By Erma Dillon Highland Township has had a popu- ilation increase. Wyatt Alan Walker was born Friday to Brett and Beth ‘Walker at the Mitchell County Hospi- htal. Sisters are Lily and Claire and I grandparents are Sam and Alyce Gillett i and Terry and Marlene Walker of Min- ' ncapolis. Wyatt and mother came home .on Sunday. Grandma Alyce was in Haven babysitting Cade L’Ecuyer while his ~daycare was closed — so she missed the excitement. Aunt Kim Gillett got the middle of the night call to take care of ,‘the girls. Terry and Marlene came later on Friday and stayed the weekend at :Ithe Walker home taking care of the rjgirls and meeting their new grandson. ‘ Marilyn Jeffery entertained the Happy Tuesday session this week at ,‘the Long Term Care in Mankato. Ivan and Leta Frost attended the «Built Ford Tough bull riding event in ‘Oklahoma City. I know ziltch about {bull riding, so Leta explained a bit. There are three levels of bull riding, {the top level being Built Ford Tough. There is a lot of competition and hard ; work involved to reach this top level. ‘ Sam and Alyce Gillett spent a few Tdays in Phoenix while their grandchil- "dren, Bryce, Clayton and Brynlee _'Brassfie1d and their dad, Cody, had a 1 break from school. Cody is a high school science teacher. J anell was able tto take a day off from work. They gwatched Bryce play four baseball 1 games and Brynlee played a volleyball ‘1 game with her mother as coach. Z~Clayton’s season was over. The tem- ; perature at night got down to the upper >305 but was in the 605 during the day. 4 The Gilletts got home in time to be here for the snow. . In the small world category Susan ;Gillett Olson met a few people with zllocal ties at a craft fair near her home in (Minnesota. She visited with the former I'Kara Beezley who lived a few miles -.’north of the stateline and was a Red Cloud graduate. Her parents are Bill ‘ and Elaine Beezley. Her grandparents ~; were Hubert and Lucille Beezley who :1in where Dennis Flavin now lives. «Then she visited with a gentleman who lwas in'a wedding in a small town in North Central Kansas. The town was fNorthbranch and the man’s brother is married to J uel Jeffrey! Jean Davis accompanied Ione Shipley to Salina on Thursday where lone kept a doctor’s appointment and they met Ione’s daughter, Melva, and husband, John Harvey. They visited and had lunch together. Saturday evening Claire Walker came to spend some time with Granddad and Grandma Gillett while her mother, Beth, and sister, Lily, had some special time together shopping and eating out. Her dad was at the Master Buck Classic in Topeka. Grandpa and Grandma, Marty and Liz Jeffery brought their little twin grandchildren, lace and Jaelynn, to visit Marilyn Jeffery one day this past week. The twins are children of J .T. and Jessica Jeffery of Smith Center. . Brad, Colleen and Lexi Jeffery were ‘in Wichita for the weekend to cel- ebrate J ayden’ s 4th birthday. He had a Marionette. with barbecue and mac’n. grain Bins - Eaton - GSI o Vacro-Pruden ‘0 American 785-781-4383 26 Mix Heifers 443 187.00 20 Mix Heifers 556 154.00 16 Blk Heifers 630 151.00 26 Mix Heifers 661 149.00 32 Elk Heifers 655 145.00 58 Mix Heifers 713 145.00 31 Blk Heifers 793 142.00 32' Mix Heifers 744 141.75 30 Blk Heifers 734 141.50 69 Mix Heifers 781 141.50 ’64 MixHeifers 763 140.00 33. Blk Heifers 745 138.50 68 Mix Heifers 820 138.00 77 Blk Heifers 860 137.00 19 Mix Heifers 855 137.00 15.Mix Steers 530 189.00 33 Mix Steers 566 174.00 24 Blk Steers 627 172.00 16‘ Mix Steers 640 167.00 23 Blk Steers 641 165.50 r 18. Blk Steers 556 162.00 54 Blk Steers 637 161.00 41 Mix Steers 671 158.00 36 Mix Steers 729 156.25 29 Blk Steers 748 155.25 16 Blk Steers 677 155.00 WISE CONSTRUCTION. INC. Commercial - Agricultural - Industrial 0 800-221 -4383 604 Wisconsin - P.O. Box 17 0 Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. 0 Commercial oAgriculturaI - Industrial 0 Metal Buildings 0 Grain Storage and Handling - Concrete This week’s report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, Jan. 29 BARN PHONE 785-378—3283 Consigned for Feb. 5 32 Blk Steers and Heifers, 550-750 Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Neil Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785—545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 cheese. On their way home Lexi and Colleen attended a bridal shower for their future niece, Kellee Carson. She is marrying Brad’s sister, Becky’s boy Kelly in March. Marilyn Jeffery visited Edith Francis and LaVeta Winslow on Fri- day afternoon at the Good Samaritan home in Superior. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery visited her sister, Lonnie Buckley, on Sunday afternoon at the long term care in Mankato. Bill Dillon, a former rural Northbranch resident, has died. He, for many years, he was the county motor grader operator in this area. He celebrated his lOlst birthday in No- vember of 2015. Ionia Rod Rose brought the Sunday mom- ing message at the Ionia United Meth— odist Church. The message was titled “I Am Who I Am.” Scripture reference read was Exodus 311-14. Brad and Linda Kohn were greeters and Brad was the usher. Ann Colson was the pianist. Linda Kohn lit the altar candles. Ann Colson presented a reading. All sang Happy Birthday to Rita Rose. It was announced the Ash Wednesday service will be held at 6:30 pm. Feb. 10 at the Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato. Sunday thee will be abenefitdinnerforDavid Belden spon- sored by the people of the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. It will be held at the Burr Oak Community Cen- ter, from 11 am. to 1:30 pm. A surprise birthday celebration hon- oring Rita Rose was held following the Sunday worship service, in the church annex. All attending the worship ser- vice were invited to share in having ice cream cake and coffee. Rod Rose planned and carried out the surprise celebration. Leon Boden attended the Knights Of Columbus meeting held at Esbon. Saturday, Louarma Frakes, Delphos, visited Frank and Pat Diemart. Friday night, Leon and Karen Boden attended the Rock Hills High School basketball games and Karen helped with the supper thatbenefited the Jewell County Resource Council. Friday, Frank Diemart visited with Harold Shoemaker and Ron Dean at the long term care facility in the Mitchell County hospital building, Beloit. Sunday, Garrett Whoolery visited his grandparents, Roger and Arrilla Fedde. Garrett and Victoria Whoolery now live at Glen Elder. LastWednesday,Rod andRitaRose went to Lincoln, Neb., to help Marty and Christal Rose move into a house there. Friday, Rod and Rita took Collin Rose to Lincoln for the weekend with Marty and Christal. Sunday afternoon they met Marty and Collin in Geneva where Collin returned home with his grandparents. It was reported that Don Simmelink is now a patient at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Thursday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended a Superior High School girls basketball game, and Parents’ Night event at the Superior High School. Their great-niece, Stevie May, is a member of the girl’s team. grain Equipment 0 Sukup - Hutchinson i - Neco - DMC - York Legs GSI Dryers 20 Blk Steers 672 155.00 95 Blk Steers 785 155.00 22 Mix Steers 746 154.50 41 Blk Steers 774 154.25 53 Blk Steers 801 152.75 51 Mix Steers 807 151.00 32 Blk Steers 814 150.25 33 Blk Steers 838 150.25 41 Blk Steers 760 150.00 16 Blk Steers 874 150.00 16 Mix Steers 744 150.00 20 Blk Steers 827 148.75 31 Mix Steers 804 148.00 16 Blk Steers 730 148.00 45 Blk Steers 829 148.00 15 Mix Steers 848 146.75 36 Mix Steers 811 146.00 44 Mix Steers 864 146.00 17 Blk Steers 861 145.00 18 BlkSteers 923 145.00 35 BIk Steers 848 145.00 26 Blk Steers 849 144.00 50 Mix Steers 1,032 142.25 17 Mix Steers 964 142.00 21 Mix Steers 897 142.00 99 Blk Steers 1,018 140.00 Saturday, Rod Rose went to Beloit and visited Bob and Jean Rose, and some of the residents of the Hilltop Lodge and hospital longterm care. Saturday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli, and A1 and Ann Rief, Osborne, met at a cafe in Mankato for supper together. Sunday, some from the Ionia area attended a soup dinner held at the Esbon Community Center. The dinner ben- efited the community center’s mainte— nance fund. Randall By Fawna Barrett A little light moisture early Mon- day morning. Building materials were scheduled to arrive Monday for the new commu- nity center, but because of the pending storm, all shipments were canceled Monday and Tuesday. Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday at the Randall Community Church for a potluck dinner with eight attending. A short business meeting preceded an afternoon of cards for five women. Randall will host the County Council on Aging Feb. 1 1 at 9:30 am. at the library. Thadd Hinkle was guest speaker at Randall Community Church Sunday. Warren J oerg entered Mitchell County Hospital Saturday. A former Randall resident, Larry Behrends is also hospitalized in Beloit. Megan Nulf spoke at the Trinity United Methodist Church Sunday morning, telling of her work at Heart Choices in Beloit. She is a part time employee. Leota Clawson’s daughter, Marcia Koch, returned to work last Monday. She has been ill since Thanksgiving. Elaine Peters, Nevada Vetter and Mrs. Niewald, Beloit, stayed the week- end in Wahoo, visiting relatives. Sat— urday evening, Elaine, Nevada and Elsie Vetter met Vickie Fenner in Lin- coln, Neb., and they attended a concert by the St. Olat" s College Choir, which was on tour. Sunday, Vickie joined them in Wahoo for the day. Guests of Ila McElroy Friday were Julie Bolte and Raelyn and Andy Coo— per. Saturday evening, Jennifer, Kelly and J aren Flavin visited her. Friday afternoon, Fawna Barrett attended a Kansas Day program by Kerma Crouse at The Scoop in Jewell. Panorama By Fawna Barrett January skies are filled with won- drous sights. One evening coming home from Jewell, the eastern sky has a radiant circle of golden light; its source unseen. Once, the shelterbelts were passed, the glow was from the almost full moon, its top was cut off or hidden and as it has in the past, the lumination led a person home. A recent morning found the sky filled with clouds across the top and around the eastern sky, low clouds glowed red from the approaching sun. Is this “Red sky at night, Sailors de- lights, red sky in morning, sailors wam- 23.5” Valentine Plush. WHEN YOU BUY 4 PEPSI’E' Products 12-pk. Cans 8r 8-pk. 12-oz. Bottles. Limlt8 Price Mud: Guarantee. We match any local mpetim' advertised price. Exact items only. Local competitors’ print ads must be brought rn wit In ‘ clearance. percent off items, limited-hour specials, Buy One Get One otters, items advertised on the Internet. II a Shopko store sells an item below th 'Original" prices & do not apply to clearance merchandise. Actual savings may exceed stated percentage 011. "Regular" 81 "Original" prices are the form “Regular” or "Original" prices 8. intermediate markdowns may have been taken. "Regular" prices may vary locally in certain markets. Limited-hour spe quantities. Merchandise Gr promotional otters available online at shopkocom may vary from those altered in Shopko stores. Merchandise styles/colors rn ing. This time the “warning” was of nice days ahead, for at least three days. Dire predictions await the start of February. We will wait and see. Mankato The service at Harmony United Methodist Church Sunday began with announcements presented by Nikki Ost. Included were the following: ben— efit dinner for David Belden at the Burr Oak Community Center 11 am. to l :30 pm. Sunday; administrativecoun- cil 6:30 pm. Monday at Harmony; Rebecca Circle Feb. 11,7 p.m.; Thrift Shop duty 1 pm. to 4:30 pm. Feb. 12 andFeb. 13,9a.m.to 12 noon;Feb. 14, 12:15 p.m., “Bee Our Valentine” din- ner at Harmony. The worship service began with a piano prelude played by Lyle Dauner. Brecken and Keiran Shulda lit the altar candles. The Chancel Choir sang the anthem, “A Wilderness Wandering People,” directed by Pat Grout. Pastor Gerry Sharp asked the children during the children’s message, “Why do we love babies?” He answered, “Because they’re there and they’re easy to love.” Jesus loves each of us because He created us to love. He then prayed, “Thank you, Jesus, for loving us.” The morning scripture was 1 Corinthians 1321-13, on which Pastor Gerry Sharp based his sermdn titled “Just Love Them.” Jesus came into the world to show us that God is love. He asks us to love our neighbor and to love our en- emies. This is our choice. Retaliation only perpetuates the bad. People have been changed because another person loved them. Part of what love is means praying for each other and forgive- ness. God has chosen love, the better way. Love may bring pain. Missionar- ies have been killed by those they were helping. But the killers have been changed by love. We are called to love as Jesus loved, for the sake of Christ. Ken Marihugh came through Mankato and picked up Lynette Alexander last Sunday and they went to Superior and picked up Ken’s wife, Nancy, who works at the hospital there. The trio traveled on to Omaha where they met the Rev. Dan Dempsey and his wife, Lynn, and 19 members of their church from Newman Grove, Neb. The group left Omaha by airplane on Monday morning en route to Hondu— ras on a mission trip. They had to make a stop in Houston where Lynette re- ceived medical attention before she could travel on. She joined the group in Honduras Tuesday. Her son, Paul Brooks, also joined the group. They were getting rainy weather with 80 degree temperatures. Their time zone is the same as ours. Lynette and Nancy were the medical team for their group. Aaron and Nicole Zadina, Thayer and Palmer, Greensburg, visited fam- ily and friends for the weekend. Butch and Betty Thompson were in Pratt for the weekend where they watched their seven-year-old grand- son, Cale, play basketball Saturday. Sunday morning they attended a wor— SALE 2/35 ship service in Iuka where the puppe- teers from their Pratt church presented a program. Rylie Thompson, daughter of Richard and Pam, was a member of the group and so was Luke Schmidt, grandson of Alice Kinsey. Mike and Linda Hancock and Joy Hancok went to Wichita for a visit at the home of Dennis andCarol Hancock. Deb Mahaffy, came from southern Kansas, for a week’s visit at the home of her mother, Ina Rightrneier, and her brother, Richard. The women of the Lutheran church were kept busy last Wednesday as they served quite a crowd at their “soup day.” They also delivered several home meals. Jeanie Blair went to Hunter Friday to meet her new great-grandson, Kaycee, son of Jesse and Marcy Ost. He has two older brothers, Kooper and J axson. Grandparents are Mary and Doug May and Mike and Lora Ost. The funeral for Beth Tyler is planned for today (Thursday) The funeral for Delmar Garst is planned for 2 pm. Friday at Melby Mortuary. Three Nebraska cousins and spouses” came to visit Mary Powell for the day. They were Dave and Sue VanHom, Gaye Masen, all of Lincoln, Neb., and Tom Brubaker, Holmesville. Kaitlyn Dunn, Indianola, visited her family Pam and Eldon Dunstan, Baylie and Karrigan for the weekend. Saturday Nicole, Thayer and Palmer Zadina picked up their great- grandma, Alma Zadina, and they went to the home of Alma’s newest great-grand- child, Kayne Joseph. He has two older brothers, Griffen and Emmit. Grandpa Marty and Grandma Vicki Zadina were also visitors. Kayne is Alma’s 16th great—grandchild. She has one great- great. Rob and Sherry Partridge and Colton Huncovsky went to Kearney for a weekend visit with Cade Huncovsky, Aaron Swanson and Zack Duffy. They celebrated Cade’s let birthday. Alma Zadina attended a Boy Scout ceremony Sunday at Rock Hills High School where a great-grandson , Daniel McDill, received several badges. Max Sterling had foot surgery in Manhattan Monday. He was able to come home Monday afternoon so let the healing begin. Coffee guests of Judy Bingham Monday morning were Eileen Wilson, Joy Hancock, Loretta Wilson, Alethia Loomis, Marlene Neilson, Ila Nelson and Gayle Molzahn. Ryleigh and Brenley McCary spent Friday morning with Great-grandma Elaine Thomas while their mother vis- ited a friend at the hospital in Belleville. The expected weather arrived Mon— day night with wind and snow. Will be interesting to see what really develops. Rolling Hills had their first outage at 4 .m. Ben, Krista and Armika Ruthstrom, Osborne, were Saturday visitors of Shana Ruthstrom, Mankato. “Diligence is the mother of good luck.” Benjamin Franklin Valentine’s $8 BRACH’S‘E’ Valentine all on sale appfiances YOUR CHOICE MR. COFFEE®12-cup Programmable Coffeemaker or TOASTMASTER® 4—slice Toaster Oven. Reg. 39.99-49.99 Candy 9 to 1602. 4 ALL SIZES i Complete Bed Set. all on sale fashion bedding Comforter, dust ruffle, sheet set and sham(s). 6-pc. twin-B-pc. full-king. Reg. 119.99 I Thursday, February 4, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A By Roberta Holdren Rachel Crouse is back at work in Concordia at OCCK. John and Rosalie Edwards cel- ebrated their 65th wedding anniver- sary this past week! Congratulations! Kerma Crouse went to North Platte Friday afternoon to teach a class Satur- day for Chadron State College. Frosty and Rachel Crouse cel— ebrated Kansas Day Friday with sev- eral friends in Jewell. Megan Shelton Nulf was the guest speaker for Sunday services at the Trin- ity United Methodist Church in J ewell. She is a 2003 graduate of Jewell High School and now lives in Randall with her husband Jeremy and daughter Joelle. She currently works for Heart Choices in Beloit as the director of student and youth services. Bill and Jeanie Konicek, Lander, Wyo., visited her parents Bob and Pat Willmeth. Carol Dive] hosted the Ladies Card Club Thursday evening. John and Linda Woemer returned recently from a trip south to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. Al- though it was cut short by Winter Storm Jonas they traveled more than 3,300 miles in 11 states. Highlights were visits to Civil War battle sites, Gone With the Wind and Hank Williams museums. The Windsor Ruins were especially impressive, a quiet, peace- ful site with lots of birds to enjoy beside the impressive pillars that sur- vived the plantation house fire. Re- turning to Kansas they photographed eight more courthouses for Linda’s collection. Last Tuesday Shirley Varney and Twila Means hosted the Red Hot Jewells club. Ham and beans along with cornbread and apple crisp were served in honor of Kansas Day. Twenty-one Red Hatters and guest at- tended the event. Twila lead a game of Kansas Trivia and a film was shown. Marilyn Johnson distributed plans for the March meeting. Roberta Holdren said Jim Nelson had invited the club members to Beloit Saturday for the unveiling at the Beloit Library of a portrait of his late wife 'Sharon. Betty James and Sandy Westgate will host the February meeting. Friday Kerma, Rachel and Frosty Crouse hosted a Kansas birthday party. Rachel and her mother Kenna made cupcakes for the event. Guests sang Happy Birthday Kansas and Rachel blew out the candle on her cupcake. Kerma had an interesting trivia about Kansas and told many facts about Kan- sas. Twenty—seven people attended the birthday party. Roy and Amy (well Amy goes along for the ride) have an interesting hobby. In the summer they, along with Arlan and ElvaFolsom, visit cemeteries. Roy said there are 78 cemeteries in Jewell County that he knows of. The cemeter- ies have many different kinds of head stones. Some are ornate and interest- ing. Some were sold by the mail order YOUR CHOICE ENERGY ZONE® Boys’ Tee or Shorts. Reg. 19.99 CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-653-5993 OR GO TO SHOPKO.COM FOR STORE HOURS LOCATIONS houses like Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck. Roy said he was told that for a while those that set the stones would place a penny of that year on the stone so the public would know the year that the headstone was set. If you get a chance visit with Roy about his unusual hobby it is interesting. Family members in Jewell received word last week of the death of Curtis Foulke, White Oak, Texas. He was killed in an automobile accident last Wednesday. Curtis was born Aug 19, 1967, in Great Bend. Survivors in- clude his wife. Donna; three sons) Hunter, Mac and Austin; his paren Roger and Dec Foulke; his twin brothe Craig; his brother Todd; and sisters Jacquelyn Rambo, Kayla Picket and Jennifer Abel. His grandparents were the late LeRoy and Hazel (Owen) Foulke of the Jewell community. His father Roger Foulke was a 1962 gradu- ate of Jewell Rural High School. Twila Means and Sharon Tullar at- tended the Resident Care Center Me- morial Service at the Mitchell County Hospital Health Services last Tuesday evening. The service honored Pearl Louder, Leon_Krier, Kay Boden, Ron Brummer and Verna Hinchley. Don Gregg was a patient in a Salina hospital a few days Saturday Jim Nelson donated a por- trait of his late wife Sharon to the Beloit Library. The portrait was painted shortly after she learned she had can- cer in 2007. Sharon belonged to the Red Hot Jewells. Eighteen Red Hat members attended the unveiling. Oth- ers attending were friends, relatives and library board members. Don Simmelink is a patient in the Beloit hospital. Beth Bohnert, Topeka, was a Fri- day visitor of Jewell and Beloit friends. Earl and Shirley Varney visited their son in Nebraska and spent the day butchering. Tax scammers using state phone number The Kansas Department of Rev~ enue has received reports of a tax scam targeting Kansans. The callers all say that the recipient has a tax debt with the state of Kansas and push the recipient to pay the debt using a debit card or money order and threaten jail. The recipients were also told they failed to file a Form 61 , which does not exist for the state of Kansas. The calls show up on caller ID as a valid department of revenue number, 785-296—0671, which connects to the department’s public information of- ficer. If taxpayers receive a call and are unsure if it is fraudulent or not, they should call the department’s tax cus- tomer service line 785—368—8222. “The dynamo of our economic system rs self-interest which may range from mere petty greed to admirable types of self-expression.” Felix Frankfurter Day e now through Saturday, February 13th 40-50% off family Energy Zone® can; SALE 1039 each week to save! days lrom the start of the sale. 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