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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECQRD Thursday, May 5, 2016 Mankato By Elaine Thomas Jean Ann Whitaker and Tummy Whitaker were in Superior to visit Bob and Darrell Cumin. Eldon and Pare Dunstan, Baylie and Karrigan were Friday overnight guests of Jennifer Thomas in Claflin and Kristi Badger in Hoisington. Sat- urday they all attended the weightliffing competition in Claflin to watch Baylie and Grant Davis compete with the rest of the Rock Hills team. When the event was over, the Dunstans went on to Onaga where they were overnight guests of Travis, Brooke and Berkley Callaway. Sunday they helped Berkley celebrate her third birthday. Stopping by to have coffee with Margaret Colson !Saturday morning were Crystal Cosand, Ky Sholtz, Kate and Evie Colson. Sherry Partridge was in Kearney to visit Cade Huncovsky, Aaron Swanson and Zach Duffy. Raymond Ross, Colorado, died this past week. He was a brother of the late Vera Thompson. Brennan Williams, Norton, Brooke Williams, Hutchison, Brian Williams, Jewell, visited Elaine Thojnas. Dale and Joanne Freeman and cludes: Sunday, May 8 Mother's Day, The Harmony Bell Choir Ringers will be performing during the church ser- vice, Mother' s Day Dinner at Mankato Community Center from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., LTC services 3 p.m. at Jewell County LTC; May 10 through May 20 United Methodist Central Con- ference; Wednesday, May 11 7 p.m. Baccalaureate at Rock Hills High School. Have a blessed week and remember to show God's word through love! ::: ing gift. God's Spirit is a living, per- sonal piece of God that lives in us to teach and to guide. Why would God - place himself inside of us? Because God loves us and wants to give.com- fort and guidance to his children,~ His Spirit comforts, guides and carries us when we can no longer go on our own. When we focus on Jesus, when we obey his commandments and seek Him every day, we receive that great girl of the Lord, the Holy Spirit. Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the Red Cloud Schools spring music concert Monday evening. All music students from kindergarten through twelfth grade performed. This included band members, high school choir, re- ~ L corder students and elementary classes singing some songs with actions and use of rhythm sticks.. There will be a meeting of the Burr Oak Community Club today (Thurs- day), beginning at 6:30 p.m. One topic. to be discussed will be the selection of 2016 scholarship recipients. Anyone The Department of Kansas Veteran of Foreign Wars Endowment Associa- is welcome to attend the Community tion has announced the names of the winners of their 2016 college scholarship Club meetings. awards.The following students from the Jewell County Memorial Post #7830 were selected to receive scholarships: Holden Mauerhan (left), son of Todd Doug and Polly Pair stayed several and Karen Mauerhan, Allison Railsback, daughter of Barbara and Burton days visiting their daughter and fam- ily, Jayme, Ken, Ava and Declan Railsback. Coffey, in Anderson, S.C. They vis- grandson, Zach Freeman, were camp- Bun" ..... sch . . W.r ...... ited the school that Ava will be attenct- " flUlefl~lNo~fAA~ololo~bKseil~err .............. out. 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Rashele Hynek, MarysvlHe, anu Precipitation in the semi-annual White Cloud Flea :~ fan,, Saathoff" Dale Wrioht and cott Brown, Maryswne, nave an- .... "n Market. : : computeres. ' , J ' ~' - - " ement and a in s week .................................. 1.43 ~urr uagsyGlennysBarnes Kathy Robinson, Mt. Pleasant, i~ Mankato Libr..m'y - Noah;Carltn;BeckyLauraandShipmanHermanTannerFernandez,and nounCedproacnmgtlaelrmamage..engag P- ThiSyear monthtodate ................................ 63"4684 TeeXaSwhaS been stay i~gplaa_ta Mof~e . adds to eollectmn Courthouse News Jewell,. Jennifer" Saathoff and Gary ................ Rashele graduated from Hanover "fi~""'"=lyhigh~.a~d~ows ......................... On a chilly and windy Friday morn- eek ithhermother,. ' ". i~ Thomas, Beloit;ChristopherSaathoff. , cnoo m z.uua, ane numB a April27 77 48 inR, CliffandGlennyBamesventured RenitaVolkerhostedawinetasting Mankato City Library has added 16 Jewell County Audre,,Diamond M~'~'Powelland oacnemr's uegree m communlcanon . .- " ................................ outtowatchtheirgra~nddaughter, Lilly, party. Friday even!rig. Daisy Tucker i: , ,~ . . , April 28.. 51 36 more DVDs to the collection ready for __~._ Jean Michael were ,,vests of Be~' soences and d~sorders and a master s .... " .............................. checkout.T~tleslnclude" " "ScaryMowe" T,mm= ~;tSa ~ "':deg~e m" family"d~es andhuman" April29 53 36 and great-grandchildren, Paisley, was tlae presenter. Attending were Jes- Jerzie, Olivia andThomas, artici ate sica Barnes, Kristi Hillman,. Julie ~ ~" Rvanl C'airn~ ~r~,-~ilno Becker Saturday night for homemade StUhasisincommu- April30 ................................. 4642 _ P P . : (3 and 4), National Lampoon's "Going R'(~t-'v~f ~- ~'~'h~r}~r~nnr'~--e~-a~' d~q~v~ino "izza and cards servtces w~tn an emp - . ...... v ......... m tvmy t 3z ,~ in the Red Cloud Elementary fun day. McEntee, Joyce Kelley, Jdl Conaway, the Distance" and "Last Resort" and . _d_'_-~LC :_,1-'--. ^~':.~..~'~"~:.-..-2 ^-_'~=-~' mcatmn soences anu msoroers fro "" ~" ................................... "" "^ Heavy coats and blankets did not keep PeggyW|lson, CherylHdlman, Sonya ? ' HIIU~I IAIU IIIIIU~II~U UI. UIU ~ Ol ttl~O" " un . ~vmy z q/ 4~ ....Sons of Anarchy (season one). Also hol, .................. ~Prond ~,cmvirficm, ..... hlnnd_bre_._,th Amy Fe~gley, Abdene, was a S - Kansas State Umvers~ty. Rashele is xvmy3" " ~' .................................... ................................... oz"qz-" six books have been added Women on ........... day guest of her mum, Shana speech-language pathologist for USD Cliffthem toandtayG~;r~ewarm enough entire event.-ItfOrwas Landreth. essa and : F co, T McMams Jenny ........... : .... greater man .ua; anvmg wnne SUB- Ruthstrom, Mankato. She also visited 364, Marysviile Schools ......... ,, the u 3 rtomeyrontoy r~an A L.omell pended, first conviction, guilty plea, the Ervin Underwood family.. Scott graduated form Mankato High lrln|l;y I.I1~[~ oI enjoyable watching the children com- Dave Dunc .an, Azle, Texas, stayed 7, and four Batman board books by no fines or court costs peteinvariouseventssuchasaFrisbee a few days at his Burr Oak laotne. ..... School in 2001 and Kansas Wesleyan .Ia~rall hana~-~a Bendon Publishing " " " It .... wv_-- ......... ,.~,~.~,~.== a~.,=~a~ toss, softball throw, long jump, ob- Saturday, Renita Volker and Jes~. . ...... . . Ennque Cruz, transportmg an open tUlltOllty unlut Umvers~ty w~th a bachelor s oegree in . _ ~ne nt~rary naB acqmred two new ...... stacle course, tug of war, high jump sica t~ames attended the wedding or i- contamer, l _fh dl t" If .hss h health, physical education and recre- spring graduates .......... computerdesksforthechlldren'scom ........... and 100 meter race. Fortunately the Jessie and J.enny Kmgsbury m Smith i ...... ramcm M. Jacouson, speenmg, ,, ................. ation in 2006. He is the MarysvilleBy Kerma Crouse puters. ~ogemer, mey are n~gger man ~7~ children did not seem to be affected by Center. Remtacatered the reception. : the original table and have a glossy "~"i)ou laB W Larosh failure to wear holds sel~ce elementary school physical education With the coming of the month of the cold as much as the adults. Pare Garman, Wichita, was a Mum- . g black, surface, ... and wheels. . They. are a seat0elt, ..... $1O. " HarmonyUnitedMethodistChurch!eacher and Mar.ysv!!le High School May, many are preparing for gradua- RichardCox'smessage,,attheChris- dayvisitor ofChe~ Hill n}art., , , neaa on s t~asgetban coach uon ceremomes race auumon ann create more JasonKMar u -s--in "153 services began Sunday with welcome y. , , , " " .TrinityUnitedMeth- tian Church Sunday was Makingthe . ole.nn..anu~aroara~mp~enave; workspace for computer users. . q art, peea :g, ~, . .and announcements by Nikki Ost. The The bride s parents are Joe~ anu odist Church of Jewell honored sev- Connection." His selected scripture oeen WSltmg ouy umnem, taierm~. . RonaldD.Murrow, overwelghthm- Shulda family served as acolytes A Karen Hynek, Hanover. The eral of those individuals during the reading Was John 14: 23-29. Inthis .graduate~l~omBurrOakHighSchoo! ~ its on wheels and axles, $548. ~ ~ ..... Friandghln Meals Glenn C. Nelson, speeding, $201. nrelude "But the Lord is Mindful ,~ bridegroom s parents are Mel and mornmg worship service on Sunday. passage of scripture Jesus tells his dis- m tvaa. t~om tJuy anu tJ~enn.at[enaeo j [-Iis Own" was nresented h,, niani'~t Marlene Brown, Mankato. Amy Rice called the following stu- ciples that when He is gone, if they college in Emporia. . . - '.: ........... " ....... Richard Brent Peterson, speeding, Joann Davis Th~c'hildr~"'~'~rn~"=~ The wedding will take place Satur- dents to the front of the sanctuary for obey his commands that God will send The new Burr Oak Commumty Li- !: May 9 13 $153. " "p".'~'t~r'~-,.~'~h~'~" day, May 21, at 2 30 p.m. at St. John recognition" " Mark A Prall, speeding, $183 was presented by .......... : .... e .... " His Holy Spirit to them to teach and brary opened for business Monday. i Monday - herb baked chicken, . " whospokeofourpersonalrelationship theBapt~stCathohcChurch, Hanover: LeNaeKnightandCalebBurkswill guide them. Where do we get the source Stop in and visit. ' ~i o,,,,,~o-,-,-,e,:~,,-,-,~,,~,-,-,~,o,~'t''~ .... ,..,.,~, .... h ..... .... ~-~,-~:~qJnathanW'Scarbrugh'speeding' withGodandtheacknowledgmentthat ,A receptton, droner ann oance will matriculatel to junior high school, ofpowerforlivingthislife.Thatpower ,, ~ :.i berries and bananas. *'"/" - ...... GodisLove follow at the Hanover Community RolandCleary, Jacob Burks and Grant is the Spirit of God given to us by God Eachyear, oneviscioushabitrooted"~ ........... Juan L ~oto-~aman~ego, speeolng,- ......... uesoay - cner saran, rrmt murrm ....... ......... " g..." ......... = Braiding. __.Arasmtthw|llbeattendingh|ghschl. . . .. ;"when we accept Jesus as our savior, out, in _t e ought to make-the worst. fruit cu-v, crackers. : i V'suspendednVmgor revoked,Wnue ncense$100canceneo, which spelled out the word God. We Mlcna veters rauuates from mgn TheHolySpiritisapowerfullifechang- man good.Benjamin Franklin :: Wednesday - spaghett|, peas and ........... had the pleasure of a special guest ~ A A A ,~ ~ A A ~ A A A A ,, ,, A ,, ,, , ............ ~cneue toplitt, tailure to wear pianist, Linda Vance, who played a ~ carrots, satan,mlxeolrult, garliCnreaa, o=a*r'*lt In .. .. ,. cdohtUr~dppYeCh~kae;andd?pplc~gSs: ~" ~3~Z~ti'[hams, speedmg,$153, rendmonof HowGreat.T.houA~t ........ ~ .... : [ u.ld hke to thank-:eVery ne for, Friday - roasted turkey, combread 29, which speaks of.Jesus tuords, s~at-,a,~.~ ~ I ~_ _ :'f~_,; , :'-i, '~, ,:' dressing, pickled beets,'~ranges and ~.~.~.~. NIl aFIFar P1VA ing that those who love Him will keep I me caros, CallS, visits, prayers, food pineapple, vvv.~, .... ~, ..... ,~ His word and that His word is also the ~ | .... Meals delivered by the Clio Club. ttosplce (:are (:lasses Father's word and that His teachings I and memorials received during Hospice care will be the subject of He leaves with us through the Holy ~ I ~ ........ , _ ~ ~ " " Spirit. In the sermon, "Keeping God' s I Forrest's illness and passinm Candidates file for an upcoming class at Cloud County ,,...,, .... ..... Community College. The instructor Word,"PastorGerryspokeofkeeping I ~ '--" pouul~al OXll~eS will be Amy Burr, director of Mead- His word through loving our enemies I :The Family of" ...... "~ and that God ~s askin s t 1 lie r umuy oj rorrest uewe The following have filed for office owlark Hospice. This eight hour con- " " g u o reach out [ 1 ne un'ttty oJ 'y as of May 3, 2016: tinuing education class will meet from to others in sharing His Love. ~ ~ Frank Diemart, Republican, Ionia 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, in The chancel choir, directed by Pat ~ ~ ~ Township Trustee. Belleville. Grout, performed a piece .~ntitled , " ................ CarlaJ. Waugh, Republican, Jewell A certified nurse aide class will be "When We Truly Believe," accompa- MOTHER" County ClerL offeredin May inBelleville. FayeJones nied by Joann Davis. S DAY AND WEEKEND SPECIALS Holy Communion was offered by Pastor Gerry with Julie Bourbon serv- ing as assistant. All were welcome to participate. This week's calendar in- will be the instructor for the class, which will begin Thursday, May 12, and end Wednesday, June 29. --'-- REMINDER MONTROSE RURAL HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI BANQUET carry out Saturday, May 28 KU announces sp .ng 2016 graduates Friday and Saturday Night, May 6 and 7 Wings and FF, Pizza Specials and Sandwiches Sunday, May 8 * Mother's Day, 11:30 a.m.- 2 p.m. Chicken Fried Steak, Corn; Mashed Potatoes, Roll Menu Items LOVEWELL MARINA & GRILL 785-753-4351 ..... r Mother's Day Buffet 11 a-ml to 2 p.m. In honor of mothers each in attendance will receive a flower Esbon, Kin. / Operated by Willitts Family 785-282-4319 .... ) Come Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Food and Beer Specials Serving taco salad, tacos and nachos Come join the fun The gangs all here.= ! 511 Grand Ave. Esbon, Kin. mmer J Sunday May 8 1-3 p.m. at Mankato City Park Featuring -- Frost Mountain Clan Bluegrass, Folk, Gospel Music Dessert will be served Bring you Mum and a lawn chair and join us for music in the park. Sponsored by Mankato City L/brary \ Saturday, May 28 ~ 6:30 p.m. Jewell Community Center Jewell, Kin. Reservations are due Wednesday, May 18 (Tickets picked up at door that evening) Tickets s16 per person Available at Or from Pat Zentz The City Office PO Box 348 308 Delaware Jewell, Kin. 66949 Jewell, Kin. 66949 zentzpat@yahoo.com Include number of tickets, name, address and class year with reservation Open House Jewell Community Center 3 to 5 p.m. The names of nearly 4,800 candi- dates for degrees from the University of Kansas this spring have been an- nounced. Degrees are officially con- ferred in June. KU's 144th Commencement will be Sunday, May 15. Among those graduating this spring are Dakota Alvarez, Mankato, bachelor of science in nursing; Elizabeth Cox, Mankato, bachelor of science in business in ac- counting; Mikaela Klos, Mankato, bachelor of science in education; Tay- lor Herron, Ozawkie, bachelor of sci- ence in business and economics; Katie Strnad, Munden, bachelor of science in pharmaceutical studies. Friday, Saturday and Sunday May 6, 7 and 8 The Jungle The man-cub Mowgli fleesthejungle after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan Guided by Bagheera the panther and the bear Baloo, Mowgli embarks on a journey of self- discovery, though he also meets creatures who don't have his best interest at heart. PG (for some sequences of scary action and peril) Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3172 1~6 l l Thank you to all who reached out to my family with the passing of my mother, Della Enslow. Many shared fond memories, warm hugs, prayers, cards, plants and flowers, and generous memorials in her honor. All these sincere gestures of sympathy - great and small - are so gratefully appreciated. Mary Ann Kibbe i 1816 1 Social Time: 10 to 11 a.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. Rock Hills High School Commons, Mankato, Kan RSVP Lavernia Peters, 785-794-2271 by May 14 10 rows Also FOR SALE of refinished seats from the Ute Theater. One row of 10 seats for $100. Limit one row per household. selling 40 unfinished seats $5 each. Call Jeanne Bleecker at 785-545-5543 tO reserve your seats. Mother's Day Luncheon Sponsored by the Mankato Chamber of Commerce .I 11 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Man: Mankato, Kan. :f Serving Smoked Chicken and Pork Sandwiches . f (Prepared by Terry Ortman and Jason Ortman) ~. With Salad and Desserts ] Free Will Offering with all proceeds going to help! finance Chamber sponsored community events