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3#, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thurs lay-L Mamh 17. 2016 Chttreh to hoet book signing on Saturday By Keram Crome On Saturday, Cheyenne Pixter and Kraig Peler~ signed cup|e, of their ~)oks at Trinity L'rlnled MethoOis Chltr~h. PiMcr ~.'~te '~hat (';~M {'re.sed Us t-of, a children's hn=k a~)ut finding (h~d's puq'n,~ arid plan for ou: lwes [t to help children team tn ~rve Ek',d whee they ~e. The b .>k was pub- ]~shed =it ~pleml~r. Peler~, wrote 40 Bible Sludies [or a (-'l, ur<'h m Need. He keeps notebooks ol dsmtght~, and ,dcas as he studies. The~e hc dt vea~ped into a txw0k of B, ble sLudz~ ~. Jewdl Trinity UMW holds regular meeting Jewell TriniLy United Methodist W~men met Man:h 3 with 13 members Fe~,:nL. The "Easter lesson. '"]'he Ulti- maLe S=~-w|~;e,'" was gi~n by Karen Will[1 It was written by Gordon R,+hert~n and based nn the Bible scrip lure. Galatians 2:20. Karen finished v+ith a ~o~g wrilten and ~w:orded by Mike Walker. 'q~tc UItimate Veteran/" Buck) Lc~omis. presidcn(, opened l~e husir,ess m~ting with UMW pur- tx+~ a~d addressing prayer com.'erns. Officers r,:l~rt we=e given. Jewell Trinity won[ten were awaMu.l reading certit'i~:aLes and mcogniznd as a 5-Star and M~smm| [ lay' un it. Fawns Barrett gave a Ixs>k report fn~m the UMW library. "The End of You.r Life B~mk Club.'" It smmded reforesting. K.ristaTrent, Jewel[. will be joining ,~veraI other young women from the I.~a~at P[a ms C'on~; rence on METO UR this summcL These young women and sp,r.:,l~rs will he Lraveling to Kansas, Nebraska. Cohorado, Wyum/n~: and &ruth Dakota. They will be vi~;iting several urgan,zatiu~s: helping and leaming m(~re abouL mission work Ihroughm~t the On,Led MeLhod[1st Church. Trinity'~ ~m.mal guest night will be April ~.6:3()p.nr w ith s~aker Sandra Kmgstun. HosLe~,s Marsha Slate served a c a kt." with all the Lrimmings and tables wen decorated with an .Easter theme Theater board of directors meets 1he n1,mlhl) ,11"k-'CtUl~ Of Ih Jewt.i[I ( ' ,unly ('menu I~,ard otd Jn-'.ch~r~ wa~; called to otdc| I~ (.'lins KIo~, at tl~e Mankah, Chris, finn ('iulrch. Mvnlbgr~ prewnt ~.ene Jill KIo~ .:hr~.~ glo~, l ~a (h=odhearl. Jani~ McDdl. Jud~ l~=Liia. "lhadd H,nklc, Pl~)ll[1~ Ch[1|,t|c nd Jea[1me Bleecker. ~4~t|ar~ 131C,i211Hg iitil]LJ[t+', J3)ti lre:i,t[1te[1 '~ [1~']'lq ~11 ~*.'[t." ,q~pt, ~ ed t )~1l I ,I.~.' L ~[~.~ I'q L~.~, W',~ ( .~, ,~ l,a~, ]'~'t.'./:l III I'ts~.n.ik '~ ittl KC~III,l-.L ,Jt'N.=tIt tJ[1t" lle~ t'l~||litt'l ~.]Jl~.t[1U.t.'LLi~Fl and Lhlll~. ale |n-~n|g ,|l~v.e v, ell. I.arD' [;ro~c~ wil| I~ helping ( "imp, v,|th tltc t ori:d.ru t[1on. a, well llierc was :tit) le~J~.r~ 4)I[i Lhe l~Ftt'~.'Dk'".% ~,ql p[1",~urlng ad,Lli.tiO[11aJ pal~P~ r~ ,r tilL" I[1Po~, I,I ' "~.t';Al':', I[hat we,tql,* don;ltt'd ~, u, b~ dLc lk'hfil []wat*:r. The L=:pi~c ~ t [ 'lJ~[t't[ L.~lflLI IhL" [~,2.td!l I1):;clUlg. %t.'Jt'. I tL~ll", ITOII!. t~'[1'l." Da.Be I"JanM3n Iund ~ll [~" ,IlllLOUllOL"%J tOI110~l,~, tJ |lie f ,mtv*l I'. appro'~t'd. Phylh~ has Ih,e ~l,JI]'~ t,~l tile f 'str.~.~~ll [+-'IIP.KIeJ ready. [)Ll~llt3' I'~.'~ ~)U~.|]02"~'~. i.|[N.x.~ming I+.to1~ It', v cle dl~'u~',~.'d " [3 Hu-Iffs,'" -Race.'"-(-Mdte the ]-.agl .'" -Ri~n.'" 'qhe (" h~ice.'"'.~UlX'r|n,[1n " Barman" and "'/J~m~p,a " ")'he IICM I?l~'x'ltlrg Ot the hlaid will hv at 5:30 pall. '.!,[11 March 28 at the Chr,~rian Clu,~'h in Mank;,n~. Ehzabet~ Reece was I:>orn Ma~ch 15,1921 [r~ rural Mankato to Ead and Emma Smitl't. Saturday $h0 cel- ebrated her 9SIh birthday with family and friends al the Jewell Apartmenls. Odessa Homemakers meet in F.abon Last TugvJay ti~e Odes~ Honm- makers gathered in Esb~n for their mtmthly meeting. Virginia Alexander, prgsidenl+ asked all In V,:peat the fl;[1g salute.The ainu WOOlen answered roll call by show- ing ~omellfing gn:en or a St. Patrick's Day momenlo. Shown were a green glass anltque powder lx~. a cup and saucer made of Kan~L', limestu~e by Ine~ Marshall. SL. Pamck+s de~'ora- lions a~d a green back $1 bill. A dis- cuba.ion concerning the ~ick or huspi- lali~ed Followed It was noted that the health fair will beat the connnunity -e|llLW[I" in Mankato March 24. The sprmg tea. which is really a luncheon, ,A.iII 1", April 14, h4~xted by the Wehber women and all wt1'men are invit=l Io rite DuLch lunch and enlenaitmlent which w~li follow. Juan laav[1~ who hosted the March meet ,[11g. a I.~o reab fn)m I~r '~li~'t ion ofenlertainin~ s~;~ries and poems. One - of tho+.etoM oflhe great u~ofthelilfle word. "'up." There ix close up, get up. gz~,e up. clean up, dry up. lake up, chmd up. up t<~- lit and on and on it goes. Wand:, Thummel di~ovcrtxl a num- ber,u:rl her [xtpt.'r napkin and that ma6e he*' the v,[1nner of a large home sewn IX~t holder. A St. Patrick's d~',>rated ke) lime p~e ~,as ,en'cd. Became the spr, ng tea having been set tor next nmntll thi~, unit will hal have a regular meetmg in April, but w[111 m+.x't agam tn May. Harmony UMC holds worship service Hamton v L;m ted Met baaltsLC hutch services begao Sund~y with weTcome atnl annotmceme[1tt~ hy R~d Rose. lay p,[1st, n. Organi~,t-pianihl was Rt+safi Menht,~n. "/'be h tldren' s message hy Ri~ was f/~ug'd o~b .xg%'~lrlt20tl[ h~',t ~t'~Js; those who do nol klloV. ,[1bt,t[1t God anti J ~.t[1' aJld hri[11gmg IJl ll~ B~ Hi-', love through sllowi[ng 14ts h)~e. Scripture reading cant from Luke J 5: 1-32 where Jesu~ mhl parables, with thli~ Particula.r ~'ripture sl'makin# of ti[1 prtdigai son. We ,~on[1etimes don't know wllu~ IO sow the seeds of the kingdo[1n ;,rid shoufd allow the Huly Spiril to guide m, in thn.~ op[xtnuni- i| s Rtxt'.', fueling is tile Jesus .~ucond CtHltzr[1g lahhongh He tiveh i Jr US now in Live Holy Spirilt. i~ Ihal He is awaiting Ihe gathertng of the I+a a s~mls "]'his i~ where ~mr hand~ attd fnnts ol the spirit play :t pan becau~ He usv u~ In the gathe,ing, Sin. on the other hand al- 11, ay ~ r~oltti~s more Iha.n it g i~ ', takc~ itS, fal[ht.'r than we #an or ~;inl |O gr ], Annual Pancake Feed Formoso Fire Department Saturday, March 26 5 to 7 p.m. Formoso Fire Station, Formow, Kan, Great Pancakes, Whole HOg Sau~, Tea and Coffee . Lots of conversation Free wz# donalion Door ~tizes ur, d pmmi.+es freedom, but ~ing, ,I,+. very. This week's calendar incl~es. SaLurday. March 19, UMW cummu- oiLy din~r at Harmony UMC I te~ ~ fll donation. All are welcome~ Sunday. March 20, PMm Sunday, Sunday.',chool hake sale in foyer. Have a blessed w~ek and remember to tisLea to the Holy $pidL in seeking out lost ~uls! Highlander's Club meets in Red Cloud The H i gh iander'.~ Club women reel Jan. t4 in Red Ciond for lunch. Jeri Shute was hoslc~s. A shun meeting wa~ cond ~'ted. Alyoe Gillett. presi+ deal, called the meeting 1o order. Eight members and two children were pre~ai. Th~ e present were Lateen Bird, Irma Fogo, Aiycc Gillett, Judy McCa.rmey. [or, ghipley, Jeri Shute. Patty Snow and Beth Watker. Treasurer's tel,on was given. Beth Walker passed out the 2016 hostess calendar. Meeting ~jeu.ra~. The ladies aLe quiche, a ~[ad a~ orange sherbet for lunch. Candles were won by Alyce Gill tt and Irma Fogo- Thecluh met Feb, 18at the h0me of Kim Gillett. Roll call was "original equipment ] still ha~e." Eight mem- bers and, tkree ehildrea were pr ~nt. Those presenL were Jean Davis, Gayla Flavin. Alyce G| I left. Kim Gillett. Judy McCartney, Jeri Shm,Tunis Underwood and Beth Walker. Secretary's report w~ read and ap- proved, Treasurer's report was given. A thank ytm note was read fr ~m the Webster County Food Pantry. Meet- ins adjourned, The hostess had in~sid~lial trivia rm the members bwau~ February is presidents month. Gifts %rote given to Wyatt Walker son of Beth Walker, The Imstess ser~'ed a b|ue cake and lemonade Ior an afternoon dessert. The club met Match ! ft at the home of Jeri Shute with the meeting bcmg called to order by Alyc (hllett. presi- dent. Roll call wa~, "'a favorttc joke in your family or show and tell.'" Eleven members and three t'hitdn:n were present Those preen% were Loreen Bird Jean Da,~,~. Gayia Fla~in. Irma Fogo, Alycc (;|llett. Judy McC;o-tncy, lone Ship~ey, fen Shute. Patty Snow, Tonia Underv, nxi and Beth. Lily. Claire and Wyatt Walker. Secretary's rep.*rt ~a~, read and appn|ved. Trca~uwr'~ reDm was g~ve.n. There v a~,n oul qandin~ h~tl to lone ghipley for a baby g[11l t=. Wyatt Walker. The melllb :r~ ' [1sitLhd in the aftemtmn and II'eC hoslcx~, ,erred a strawbewy poke cake for a desmrt. Lomen Bird, Gayla Ha'.'[1u and Judy Md.'arlney w, -[1~ t|ic pri,'e ~mners. Next meeting will be April 14 wilh Alyce GilteLl a.~ hostess. Roll call will he "'tell about yuiff wed- dins .'" carry out 785-378-8600 Wednesday Night Special SL~]i.~bt|rv Steak, real mashed potatoes and gravy, htm'. ,rna de bread, $8 S,~ll,]r Bar ,ll~id [)rink plus t,'l~ Also serving breakfast all day ~~5"~-"~Ntmn ~pecials daily Grill i~]WaVS open O~'[n Monday, Tuesday ' b:."~ a,n~.- 2 [.'~ n'l Wednesday * 6:30 a.m. - 7 p.m, Thursday, Friday, Satu rd,lv 0:~),~.m -2 p.m. Village Cafe Esbon, Kan. (!11[ EtffER Fdday, Saturday ena Semlay March 18, 19and 20 Eddie the Eagle PG-13 InSp,L'ed byln~ eWalS. E(~I~ 1he Eagl~,s E0wa+ds. a~ unlikely bu~ c,~racjeo~ 0nl. tsh .&k.l-JU mj~ + who never $1Op0ed behemr~j m P, rns01~ ~i~ a8 ar~ ent,~ ~:3h0n W~ r0uel[t~j i'~rfl 0ul Wtlh li'~ I'~lp 0[ it ~oel, hou~ a~ c~rtsmal~ coach. E~d~ lakes On Ihe B~al~stm+e~ and ~zr~ ~ I~a~ ~1 SlX~ lans ~1 the ~rid. PG-t3 (for some st~g~ti~e male~,al. i~t,al ~ ~l~t'/and smokmg~. Harmony United Methodist Church 109 S. High, Mankato, Kan. Chicken and Noodh's, Maslwd Potatoes, Green Beans, Rolls, Salad Bar, Pie and Drink For delivery in Mankato, on March 19, call 785-378-3269 ut~ ~ul M,orld," written hy the p~e.~l- dent. I-a~na Bane[t. PrescnL ;rod past project.~ ol the club w ~ included i~l the ski11 l'h~ Slmrke6 it|lemst in p~je.cts lor die Julure whici; were painling t'i~ hydrunl~ ,[111own, painting the be riches doWltlOW n and doing ~)me 0aLntm g m 1he resLn~lns in 11"~ [lark. Lunch was ~twed by the hOSLe~ s, Fawna+ I Friendship Meals Mar~h 21-25 Monday - chicken e nghil;gla cas~e- role. pinto b ms, lose, aid salad. Manda- rir~ oranges. Tuesday - bar~:ue meatballs, bul- t ~d nlx~Jic.s, green beans with on- ions. salad, piaeapple. Wednesday - chili, coleslaw. peaches, cinnamon roll. Th~rsd.ay - pork chop. mashed po- LaLoes, broccoli, applesauce. Friday - fish or chicken breast+oven poh~gogs, mixed vegetables, pears. Meals delivered by Christian Ch arch, Randall Co-op hosts seminar for farmers Randall ]:ar[1ner~, Coop Union q RFCU) hosted an oil and fuel seminar ]a~t Wedae May at the Jewetl Comnlu- nit)' Cenler wi~h a large group of inter- ester| farnlers allending. Lewis Morris. dislriCL lubricant manager for Cortex. spoke using a power point (n i~|us(tale h|bc a~ta~ysis lot farm u~ and new storage option.~. They have W01yethylene tanks for bulk stora[~ewhich empty LheoiI more co|n- pletely than the former star-age +ha.rrel.~, The Randall Sen'ice SLat|on will be car~ing these tanks soon. Anot her point ol'emph~is wa,~ gim- micks and fallacies nsed hy assorted companies He stated, +'If il takes a gmlmic'k to ~11 i1. don't buy it!" ],aura Mart|. CHS fuel consuhanl, al~,o spoke at the meeting. The n~mn nle:il ,~ascatered by Kevin Thonlp~OlL avqsted by Tere~ Marius+ Esbon By (;lenna F-ogo M~nday an alt-churche, work day al the M|~.~inn Thr|l! Shop [1n Mankalo had thrcc E+,bon w::mt n h.clpmg V, llh the cl~a!:nitg and tca f~an~.' i11 ~2. t'r~,m the I-,l'mn Linttt.~ Mellt~d,~t ('iltnt'hl Lhere v.;e, l ~ia t;rosL and Enla .%Llshy. repre- +:'~nlmg Ihe Uatht,hc Church wa, R.th ~ Hesling Scutt Marihugll re n~.a[n~.~ a paLie nl at the ht~pital ha Salina~ His ;cans re- vealed severe head trauma. When pt~s- sible he will be moved to Madonna In lensb.'e'l-raum a A ttl Ce~flet in ] in. coin,Nob. PM.~g now an:'ll~L his mother Shirtey, o[1z, Cody, and daughLer, L)nea. ~|11 al ~ mo~e Lo j ,'q.L'oir.l ai thaL ItlILC A, ,t th+, past weekend 'lyier Bn. ~ckeJman and h[1s nio|h, er. Vicky Smllth. were Mill in Boston, Tyler's sran d|d n~t Lure. out us they h~u3 hop~ st~ lie |s ~a,llng Lc, colgsgtll with a spe- eiul d~tor. J~hn and [,[11a Frost were in Belle ville T.esday evening where they attended the junior high music pro- gram, Their grandson, Carter White, wa:, among the ped'orm.'rs. Thursdayevening, lo|le Shipley and Tanya Underv,'ood joined the other members of the Highlanders Club as they wen1 m ",he home ot Jerry Shme in Red Cloud. wherethey had 1heir March meeting. Jenae and Ja~on Ryan have moved fmnl the Nor~hhraneh area Io Esbon. They are aow living in the fomler David Taylor house+ wh[1ch is now the EMon and DC, ilah Pate rental. This should be mta.'h handier tt,r the Ryans as Jason works for Wayne Frost and Jenau at the extension office in MankaLo. Shannon and Sheita White and boys GmnL, Carter. Levi and Coiin left Fri. day for Disneyland. The White boys will be mn spring hreak from ~'htxal in Belier,lie so the family decided it was the right time for the whole family to take a bmak~ Anyone who missed the fried chicken special at Ihe local eafe Wedne~3a~ evet!zng can fee! soot fi>r the[m e ives a~ |~ deJ iniLely was -~'c ial. The nell FL%bon ('on~munity Card Var~y will ~lart al 7 p-m- un March 20 and will again be at the senior cenler. Alyceand Sam GilleLt. Wands a ml'lkd Thunmre]. ~ ill ho.q. Easter Sumiay will hea hu~y day in E,l~n ab during the v,t~n hour ihere will be a buftel ~ervgd at xhe Village Cafe. ])on 1 m |~ tit.The Cafe had or[1gi- na[ly planned to have a Third Sutzday Buffel hul changed the hulIet 1<;, Eastel' Sunday insLead. K,m says. "'Praycr is asktug for ra,~. Fatth is carrying an umbrella." The Darvi Frosts. Daryl. Lynn and Ann ic.Coto'p;[1~i. Colo sta~ed a ct~upl~ of day~ la~ ~cek at Ihclr hmne m ]!sNm Have you started training? [t would I~ a gtnxl [idea for you m d~+ so ~fyo~ Ii;|,'+.' Flan ~ of lak|ng pan tt~ the third annual Ruta| Route ]3. i Lo ~L hem i~] E~b~n Y' tln:l~.~ BenoiLtPemulek Ilad b~'al n ,urgcry in ~al~na |ast week While she ~a ~ |n [CU ~he wa~ in the cuhicle nesL t,~ Scott Maxihugh. [.[11a Frost, with her t, ~uat M'flt]e, wa +, al the dt~.~.r I 1 go'el e'~eDone as they enter~ ~bon UniLed Methodist Chm-ch. Yanet Kriley was a! the piam~ as PasLurGerry Sharp t~.len.xt lhesanc- lusty to bring his message. A thank you from the Marihughs was given fi)r J' ~ ~'~,~ ~t O J+ We would li ke to thank everyone for memorials, (~.d ~)~ flowers, cards, and prayers at the time of our loss ~' ~ ofourdad Buford Tucker. A special thanks toStan ~ ~j and Ann CoJso~ and R{~ Ro~ arid al+~c, thank you (~ ~." {~ tothe Ionia United Methodist Church Women for "~, " ' I'J ~. the wonderful lunch ~fi~ t'" " i| q~) Judy Falk 6f~ Connie and Jim Robertson t' ~.-~ ~! | Baked Potato - Salad - Dessert Bar Supper Sunday, March 20, from 5 - 7 p,m. Comammlty Center .- Burr Oak. Kan. Free Wilt Offering Sponsored by I'llp Bllr'-f OH~ Col||rtluntty C]Db k,~ t0r 41]t ol J'uly fireworks arLd scholarships ROAST BEEF DINNER Sunday, March 20 Man kato Kan. TPl~,rS~];~y I~'~.e,-r" ]7 2016 th~ care package gt~ n t, them Friday- The aratouJtccmenl ,~a~. ,)]:,de Ihal the ha-,;cmenL furniture tleed~ Lt~ ~ mo-.ed OUt as the work on thai l[tx)r 1~ to ,~lafl this week. Jen'od G|llett hon~]rc'd all with a piano solo. During the ch.ldreF~, lime. Pastor told the children Lhal lenl mea~s we should gather oursel~-cx a~mt Je ,~u,~ as we prepare [or Easter. PasLor Gerry read verses from John 12 for his scriptures. ]'hls was the wold , telling about Jesus having his feel ,:qLtlOillted With oils and expensive ptr- fumes. The title of his message was "F~pen~ive " Pastor then spoke abOuL our dedication to ]esu~ as we acknowl- edge him for whu he |s. God sent h-% beloved snn Io us, Why did hedo il? To be our servanl. A servant to the world. Specia~ prayers are hited tbr S 011 Marihugh,Tyler Bn~,ckelman.and t~e Kenneth Lewis tannly Kim GllleR and Coltegn Baker hosted fellowship. OGt~l i[n mysLe~- and silence you are p~esent in our li~.es, bringt,lg new life ou I ofdotruction, hope t mt o [ despair. gro,~th uCLt oldiffk'ulLy. ',A:e thank y<~u that you do not leave u alone+ htaL labcr Lo make us whole. B cal ~ uf0le lurmoil his to.nlilv is gt~.ing through al Lhis time Rfiv, s Marihugh. a Rock Hilb, ~phv|nore. ha-~ been/nvited mto the home of his Ct~.Llsin. Ke[11neLh. and wife. Nar+cy Marihugh. so he will be ~*aying with them t'ol- some titoe. Mo+'e recenl infornl:|lion a'~)tll Tyler Brc~.'keiman L-, the dt~-tor Ire w as wailing, fi)r has returned and he ha,~ h.~q~ adnntted tt3 ihe hospLtal I here. Hi, dad, MonLe. and stepnlolher. Gena. have flown Ln B~slvn lo Ix: with hnn. Grandma Jtmn ha~ been slaying |n Beloit with the girls. Abby and J~i. Kenneth Lewi Red Cloud. died Saturday at tile Red Cloud hospital. Kenneth had been a patient t:~r .wveral weeks. Hi.~ son. Y.kl ], w~, McPIle~son. came Saturday. Kenneth hved too.+4 of his lift." m northern Kansas. norlh of Eshon, and in II1 ~d ('loud area. He g~adnatc'd fron'~ E~h~m H|gh School. Class =:f t94q). He was Iny c]assnlat , At the lasL high ~hool aMmn| nt~xtmg in Esbo[n he was 11~ maie reutp[1ent cff the hvaorv cup [or repte~nting the oidesl class be|us pn:~ent aL the re- union Megan F~,'st ha~ jointed the faculty of the eielr~enlary ~htx,l at Northern Valley, which is AImena autd Lvng l~,lund. [ know ~me of you reader read snmeone's column bt, I not IIt.e next THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B CpZltL Ot )no may read p~t of the paper bUl rB)L at] tfl zt. Yu; lh~s who may ha",'e i)11:~,0~ L,~e ilCnl,S a[~.~'bL t]Ul young baskctbal+ player+ here, Lhe~ i, Ior yvu to read Lht~ ~. ek We a~ proud of Tu~kur .lohanek lucket has been in- ~ited tu play [111i the 61h annual Sun- 1"lower Sly.mr t),l A~ Star ganl ill Smith ('UP, tel. slx,tlsored by the Smith Center Recreation Commission. "[he game features ~at<,t all ~ars from the Mild Contii|ent League l~otnR a~ainsL atL stars selccLcd from a ]4 counLy area m nonhcenLral Kansas and luc ker will play with Lhe ~mp from the t4 L'oun- lies. Yt t all know Tu~:ker and give him a high five tot tlu.~ accomplish- menL "rhle[11 there is the Sylvan Grove Mustang g|rls basketball team that was suh-state chantpions ai[1d wenL on to p~ay at ~tate Bailey Broeckelman is a member ~1 that team. Bailey livtM her early years on a farm r~nh of Esbon. Her gnmdparenLs were the late Don and Sharon (Frost) Broeckelman, Grandma Sharon was ~t.~1' a gev ~d has- keLl~.il pI ayer-The~e lwo young ptx~ple have done well sponswi ~. Anyun* with a Johanek. Frost or Bn~.~:ke]n)an eonn~Li~n h& a lot of f:+s~m hhxKI mnnin~ thrnugh the|n. I1 Courthouse News jewe[l County "[rM'[i ' Jed L. Bla~k, alteration ~+1 m," t mum speed 111ints. $2ot. Jo,;eph M. Burr. fai|t|re to we T seatbeit, $10. Wi'fliant L ] es~r. ~[x,x,'d[1ng. $211111 Perla Y- Mt|m,t, IX'edmg. ~153 Lakknl K. ,t'k-hlv.:nhen. ' '['X:L'~LI'[1~'. 5153, AeeidenL'~ March9 aL appn)x[1niatel.~ <') a m on US36 0.25 miles east I|,n K I-l, Del~tah Gam~an. Fr, u'111o~), dr,x 1|1g a 1991'; Che~,'mlel pk-kup'~aswe I lx mud tm Highway 36 'when il was nn~hk' Io avoid htlling a deer. Damuge v.-:|, t~ Ihe fronl anti the passenL~et ~-tde ot ihc ,ehiele. Accident investigated h) J acobs. We Sell ] Rubber Stamps Superior Publ|shing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior,Neb 402-879-3291 Dinneo Gospel Music Old ]ewell 1 tigh Auditorium Saturday, April 2 6 p.m. -9 p.m. Music by Wright Family, McKinnee Sisters Program- free will offering Meal $10 by reservation Contact: Jewel[ City Office or Jim [{ice Spon ~ored by Jewe[I Chamber ot+ Commerce EASTER SUNDAY BUFFET Sunday, March 27, 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. Village Care Jewell County Health 365 Coalition will be at the Health Fair Thursday, March 24 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Stop by to hear about health initiatives in Jewel/County JEWELL COUNTY For more information H E A LT H and to get involved see us at facebook.comJJWCO365/ httla J~lacel;.o~k.03rruHWC~36~ I wou Id ['~ke to thank Rock Hills for letting us u~, th, school for the AlL Gospel Stag. ThankstoThaddeus Hink[e for ripening theevening with prayer and tho~ that ]ed the singing and Gai] Mtllzahn for plm/ing for our singing, l want to thank the janitor for opening up and closing the ~]'too] for USr l-f~cn:- I want to thank Mike Worm for the use of the microphone system. I want to ihank Jeff Ord for MC h~g, he d~d a wonderful Lob. Then 1 want to thank Kelly McNichols for keeping those lined up that took part. He a]so did a wonderful job keeping it going. [ want to thank Lisa and Todd Goodheart for all their work at the refreshment table. And lastly, ] want to thankeach one that took part. It was a wonderful ex'enh~g. Thank You, k Earl E. Buckley You Are [nvited To Our CUSTOMER APPRECIATION PEN HOUSE Wednesday, March 23, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m Donuts Serving and CoffeeHamburgers at 9 a.m. at Noon , - at Randall Shop Randall Farmers Co-op Union ~~) Randall, Kan. Randall - Jewell m