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Thursday, May 5, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A at Beloit Relays The Rock Hills Grizzlies boys and girls tragk and field teams competed at the Beloit Relays, Friday. It was an- otherlarg field event featuring schools from J, 2,3, and 4A divisions. The boys bracket featured 19 teams along with Rock Hills. Other teams taking paxt. in the 1A-2A field were Sacred Heart, Republic County, Bennington, Beloit-St. John's, Solomon, Osborne, Ell-Saline, Smith Center, Washington, Pike Valley, Wil- son, outhem Cloud, Tescott, Logan, Clifton-Clyde, Tipton, Sylvan Grove and Lincoln The Grizzlies were in a 16th place tie with one point. Sacred Heart ivas the meet winner with 83 poinAL The team competed at the Tescott Invitational, Tuesday, with re- sults, unavailable at press time. Zane Colson earned the Grizzlies point with'his sixth place finish in the 200 meterdash. Brady Jeffrey finished in seventh place in the 100 meter hurdles and was eighth in the high jump. Jacob Spiegel finished 10th in the triple jump and held 11 th place in the long jump. Aus- tin Eilert picked up a seventh place finish i~n the shot put and was 29th in the javelin throw. Austin Durant was 13thin the javelin throw. Arrow Durant landed a 21 st place finish in the discus throw Jake Spiegel, Rock Hills, com- pete in the long jump at the Beloit Relays. Dispatch Greeters Sunday were Alfred and Karen Herredsberg, Pastor Steve and Linda Boezma. Passage Sunday morning was Psalm 119: 105-112. Theme Sunday morn- ing was "Choose Truth." Passage Sun- day evening was Proverbs 30:7-9, Message was "May God Smite Me With It." Happy birthday Melissa Keeps, April 26. Here are some of the people left over for the Story Telling Fest: Katherine Keeps, Georgia; Bob and Veta DeBoer, Mary Zachman, Arlis Ruter and Rudy, Rich and Ginny Vanderveen, Marty VanDyke, all of Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Veda Kuiken; Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Alsum. Kaylee Hadle, Rock Hills, runs the 100 meter dash at the Beloit Relays. Taking care of your mental health By Nora Rhoades, Post Rock Extension District Some people believe only individu- als diagnosed with a mental illness need to pay attention to their mental health. In reality, all people need to pay attention to their mental health. Mental health is a valuable part of a person's wellness throughout every stage of life, from early childhood and adolescence through adulthood. The 4"x 400 meter relay team of pated and helped in the Rural Route "Mental health includes our emo- Colson, .Jbffery, Kobi Pennell and 13 1 Run to benefit the Zach Kindler ............ Scilolarshi and the Esbon Commu uonai, psycnmoglcah ann socml weu- Gunner Johanek finished 10th. The 4 x ...... p ........ - being," describes the U.S Department 100-meter relay team of Luke mtyAmance, lneeventwasnem at-, .......... ,,.. urda mornin at Esbon Marc or raealm ann tauman ervices, Broeckolman, Jeffery, Johanek and . Y . g . Y. affects how we think, feel, and act It Colson recorded a did not finish for the Slmmellnk and her two sisters, Regl ........ ;. Voboril and Te New rt entered also neaps uetermme now we nanuie event:.. ". ........ rry .... po ,,.. stress, relate to others, and make The girls field counted 21 teams me iur r un. Jennl[er mmennK en- , . ,, CHOiCes , . - . . competing. In addition to Rock Hills, o um.y o mmc ,r, ,u, =--to= y,u, red--!heil3-'lliRUn-dI-I annahaan2 ti2Uieldt ]r teeg s a - other'sChools taking part in the 18 t'Porndti ' P?2u event meet were St; John's, Brady deffery, Rock Hills, complete in the hurdles at the Beloit Relays. entered the bicycle 10K Helping with ......Y Y - Bermington, Lakeside, Sacred Heart, runs while Sarena Meier finished see- another nail{ short in Belleville! Tim, the event were Dale and Chad tm ?ddtUwali l others Develo in Simmelink, Kelli and Kurt Childs, and ...... : .., p Lug Logan, Lincoln, Sylvan, Solomon, ondin,the 3200meter run,d earned Patty, Iva n and I ta dined out together Sarena Meier, Rock Hills, corn- Jenmrer him e p v .... when ouneed Washington, Thunder Ridge, Smith ..... m link's arents from anumamtammgconnecuonswlmom- Center, Republic County, Clifton- ntm pmce points m me lot meter one evening, petes in the 3200 meter run at the York, Neb. The Kindler family pro- ers pro l % s.s atan%tions Ylso re- run an extra p Lee and Cory Carlson, sons of Beloit Relays. vided a breakfast for the event The .... " .... Clyde, " Osborne, Ell-Saline, Tescott, Kaylee Hadle finished seventh in Brenda and Mark Carlson both corn- VoborilfamilyandtheSimmelinkfam- V ec;m:nU;vn: if tPoP n v'hePerSoPeCnt . WilSdr , "Southern Cloud Pike Valley , and Tipton. The Grizzlies finished in the 100 and 200 meter dashes. Bayhe peted at the Nebraska state high school was observed following the sermon, ily all came to the home of Danny and . o , . y . ninth place with 22 points. St. John's Dun.stun was 22nd m the shot .put. trap shoot in Doniphan on Thursday, after which Pastor Jon closed the ser- MarcySimmelinkforsupperonSatur- t pr.o eSaSct oeXperlence or uevelop a Emdee Whelchel recorded a no height vice yah ra er Vlsztors m the service .... Friday and Saturday. Granddad, Ivan ' " P Y " " ' " day night P - - . " m the long jump and a no d stance m w re a won the meet with 94 points. ., . . Frost, drove up to watch, but Leta e J yden a ,d Jaxson Fraiser. Sunday night Dwight and Beverly . Stayp~.,sllavehEvt~Yantoe~taP~vn~neCeS Caitlyn May earned two third placeme ,nag jump. stayed home because she was enter- Pastor Jons plans for this week Frost and Dick and Gloria Schlaefli t omrdugl li;Ym y timis- finishes, in the 1600 and 3200 meter The Grizzlies host the Rock Hills - - , - _ . tamm the stomach flu. mclude attending pastors retreat m had supper together at a cafe in Smith ohiP a .... g ........ P .... "' :'- ....... Invitational at Mankato, Friday. Thi% information comes from the ........ Colorado from Monday through Thurs- Center ......................... ..... ~~~A][' Cornhusker Junior ann ~emor l-llgn. . da'y. Saturday Leon and Karen Boden d,~,anger sl.g~ttts ~nadean fril;iPrblt~m]~ lnrl-hhranrh School Trap shoot m Domphan. Actu- Several from this commnn tv" drove went to Goessel for Anthony Boden's noosmg to pos .... n " ally, it is a national shoot. They had " - i n "" rs - "' neaps you locus on tinning somuo s ......... to Hays Sunday to attend a reurement rLrstcommun o .ume attenamgwere ramer .......... man awemng on me issue It rma Uluon 2,600 young SHOoters tla s year " ' ' Scott and Rachel Boden and family ...... and re =~~ ~ C R E D I T U N I O N celebration for Reg= W=eland, who ,~ a,so mcreases gratemmess p Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Iowaand tirin f ..... Jason Boden, Merriam, Chris and ...... " , re g rum Her teacmn res onsl Everyone., received more wonuer- .......................... ,i. ,, ..... a.. t .... .... ilitie at Ha s g P - Brand- Becker, Ellis, Jo Larsen and motesrecognlzmg strengms as tootsto L....,]k- MAN I"O ful ram. There are reports of as much events of its kind in the w, dA o.,a o o s y . Y achieve goals. as 6 Wow What a blessing . , . 7-'7 ..... Next Saturday will be the final (for Pam Carter, Roundup, Mont. Jason .......... " _ , new recorn numoer ot stunents eom- thi ea n" m n ........ and Brand" are od arents for An t.reate joy ann sat sracuon, men- s s so ) e s orearaast at me Sports Preview ivan and Leta t rost s friends, Tim eted this ear accordin to Te Y g p - " " " .... K . - - tlfy a special interest that makes you and Pattv Clark Meridian Idaho,came , y , . g. _ . rry NorthbranchFellowshipHall. Allmen runny. Leon ann aren returneu Home ..... ' ' urentzeh a game waraen wttla the .... Sunda" happy. Maybe spending ume with andboysarewelcometo omth s oup Monday, May 9 - Saturday, May 14 back this past week to do some turkey braska Game and P~rl~ (~ornmi~icm J gl" y. ........................... at o a m Fridav,A,,ri122,JudvWeber, Trov, family at the .supper table, playing, a v sport, or reading a good book Mum May 9 High School Golf at hunting. Wednesday, Patty and Leta anddirectorofthetra,,sh,,,,, n,,n;,,h o . . , v ......v Remember, toda (Thursda) is Na had a girl s day out. Patty a qudter so is h"me t" the lar"est tra" ran"e in y y _ met Neva Shoemaker in Glen Elder ...... ".. .- taming posmve menta= Health Mankato Country Club. they visited the quilt shop in Mankato, t.o " o tional Day of Prayer. We must needs and they attended the funeral of their ...... May ~0 '- High School Golfat Tipton, - ................ -- ....v ............. " be inv"ra"ery for,, uu~ ....... .auu.:"- ,mu.-"-~ ~t~:'~ cousin "~-- De - "d - the .... o" acnieveu when you taxe tnne to nave a tOOK a 0reak to eatluncn then cnecKeo tow" "oral Jarrel u_,t..._ ~llS .... :^;- :. : , oo an,net vtem .... i r,, t ior High TrackVike Out the antique stores in Scandia and ..ate in ie l oot. ) L .......... lea a r ; .' e iag :tla a My i ichumhh .let Eldo ,,ritaalud , hRlefun, laugh, relax, and put creatw- -- "" l'? ";V e'2," "-v., v" qty to work Activities that incorporate . Trail League at Lincdh.' v ...... ~" ~a ,I ..__ ~lt~.~ ~ - Lane ~.~o,son, t~Jts, r~un$ me ,,_ people, who~azea~ied by ~ly~ame, weoer vjs tee at ~.. a.Q~.gL oe.. a ......... Joy and satlsfactlon rote yo~ daffy arnyn Jer ery v s teo t,aveta t the Soled Rein s ,, May 12 High School Track at " ,i ......... 200 meter dash a ' Y will humble themselves and pray II Shoemaker and they attended the wed- ' wms ow rest Monaay at the t.rooa Chronicles 7"14 " ding and reception of Justin Glauser routines encourage flexibility, offer a : " Lincoln, 3 p.m. Thursday, May 5 Saman n Center in Sul .rior.Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery and " " and Brittany Hagan at the Methodist break from life s stressors, and boost Money Orders, Official Checks, Brad and Colleen Jetlery went to Kelly McNichols The offertory for church in Beloit. Judy and Neva also confidence. R k " Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disabil- OC Hills Wichita on Saturday and brought their the regular offering was an organ se- Ionia visited Harold ShoemakerattheBeloit Take care of your spirit. The spiri- ity. Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Ser- ~.~ grandsons, Jayden and Jaxson Frasier, lection of a Peace medley by Erma Jr. Sr. High Hospital LTC, and Opal Glauser at the vice, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 1 " home with them. Caleb was having Dillon. Serving as ushers were Tim Hilltop LTC, Beloit. Judy stayed the FC~UATM'sin Beloit, Savings Bonds, n~/J~ School back trouble, so Grandpa and Grandma Warner, WaltWillittsandMelWillitts. PastorGerrySharpbroughttheSun- week-end with Neva and returned to Ni~htDepository, Direct Deposits and Mankato, Kan. Jeffery thought they'd give him and Ushers for the monthly "noisy offer- day morning message at the Ionia Troy Sunday afternoon. Deductions, Payroll Deposits and De- Lauren a little peace and quiet, so he ing" were Valencia Willitts and Levi United Methodist Church. It was titled Saturday Rod and Rita Rose went du~=tions, Notary Service, ShareCer- Open House could recuperate. Pians were for them Willitts. Rosetta's piano offertory for "Keeping God' s Word." Scripture ref- toLincoln, Neb., to the home of Marty tifi~ates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Sav(n'gs Insurance, Drive Thru in Be!nit, Voice Response Unit, Intemet, MemberAccess, ATM and Debit Card Available. Y0ut Saw~ insured Io SZ~0.000 Natmnal C~t Un~ A~rl.slratw)n. a U.S. Govenvnent Ageacy 5 to 6:15 p.m. Activities-Awards 6:30 p.m. Dessert Bar To Follow Sponsored by Rock Hills Booster Club k .a Trustees of the Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. are qow accepting applications for grants from the Clifford Matter, Sadie Roush and Vernon Fedde Scholarship Funds. Applicants must be high school graduates who have -resided in Allen, Vicksburg, Prairie, Buffalo, Calvin, Brownscreek, Ionia or Athens Townships in Jewell : County for two (2) years prior to their graduation. Applicants must be current residents of said Township. Grants may be used at any college, university, trade school or technical school. Returning college students and 2016 graduates of any area high school, who have resided within the former U.S.D. 279 district boundaries for the last two (2) years and remain current residents of said area, are eligible to apply for student loans Excellent terms for college bound students! Loan applications are considered at any regular trustee meeting, the third Monday of each month. Applications may be obtained by writing to: Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. P.O. Box 165, Jewell, Kan. 66949 The Scholarship Grant Applications may be picked up at: Citizens State Agency, LLC 109 N. Columbus, Jewell, Kan. 66949 application period }~.Is will begin on May 6, 2016 All applications muSt be returned to the above addresses no later than Friday, June 10, 2016 Benjamin Musser EstateTrust, Inc. N rman Greene, President - Scott Lienberger, Vice-President Max Burks, Secretary-Treasurer Sherry Koster, Trustee -Josh Burks, Trustee to take the boys to Rolling Hills Zoo this was an arrangement of "Jesus erence was John 14:23-29.PatDiemart and Christal Rose, They celebrated Monday and then meet Caleb and LovestheLittleChildren."PastorJon's was the greeter, usher and lit the altar message moves us into another chap- candles. Ann Colson was the pianist. Lauren in Salina so they can take them ter in the lives of the children of Israel Communion was observed with the home. as they send out spies into the Prom- elements provided by Marcy Thursday evening, Jean Davis ac- ised land. They were sent not only to Simmelink. Announcements were companied Todd Davis, Taylor and see the land, but God wanted to show made of upcoming events including children to the annual Rock Hills FFA them the good of it. As is recorded in UMW Salad Supper at Harmony chapter banquet in Mankato. Numbers 12 and 14 there was a differ- United Methodist Church on Wednes- Guests Saturday evening at the Price of opinions from the spies, some day, Mother's Day Dinner at the home of Blake and Ann Davis to help seeing the good and somebeing fearful Mankato Community Center; May 10 Blake celebrate his birthday were the of the size of the people. Some of the to 20 is the Methodist General Confer- following family and friends: Jean Israelites became discouraged and ence; May 10, 7:30 is the administra- Davis, Kim and Alan Davis, Carl and wished to go back to their wildemess tive meeting at Ionia; May 11, 7 p.m. Peg Meline and Tim and Gwen Meline experiences. Their faith wavered in RockHillsSchoolBaccalaureate;May of Inavale and Ed and Sherri Beam. remembering that God had promised 14, Rock Hill High School Gradua- Pastor Jon Harkness welcomed that He wouldbe Withthem. When our tion. those who gathered for Sunday morn- faith is shaken it is easy to complain Chad and Pam Carter, Cawker City ing worship at Northbranch Friends, and look back-- we forget that God is and Molly and Bishop Rempe, Supe- followed by announcements. Numer- able and intercedes for us. His love rior, visited Coke and Wanetta Wright ous needs for prayer were noted with a exceeds all other love, even when our on Saturday. time of special prayer for each need. faith is weak. A time of open worship Some in this community partici- Lexi Hartwell's birthday and also the high school graduations of Lexi Hartwell and Collin Rose. While in Lincoln, Rod visited Shirley and Scott Marihugh. Sunday guests at the home of Brad and Linda Kohn were Linda's parents, Bill and Nancy Marston, Abilene. They all went to the home of Jeremy and Hilary Bledsoe, Randall, and celebrated the second birthday of Bradley Bledsoe. = Monday, Brad and Linda Kohn at- tended a spring concert that their grand- son, Nathan Vosburg, participated in at Nathan's school in Abilene. Rod Rose brought the Sunday mom- Thank You Rock Hills Post Prom 2016 would like to express thanks to the following generous donors who made our event a successful night. A-l, Inc., Superior, Neb. Hair & More Mikkelsen Real Estate Abram Ready Mix Hastings Tribune NCK Technical College Agmark, Beloit, Kan. Huffman Floor Covering, National Guard Agrex (Superior, Neb.) Smith Center Nex-Tech Aurora Co-op, Aurora, Neb. Ideal Market, Superior Northbranch Friends Church Beloit Auto & Truck Plaza Jamestown StateBank Ortman Insurance Bethany College Jewell County ADAPT Paul R. Wilson, CPA Sob's Inn Jewell County Hospital Pierce Electronics Bohnert Welding Jewell County Record Pizza Hut, Superior Bourbon Trucking Jewell Co. Resource Council PJ Designs Brodstone Memorial Hospital Jewell Implement Randall Farmers Coop Browns Electronics Jiffy Burger Rock Hills Booster Club Buffalo Roam Steakhouse John Deere Rolling Hills Electric C & W Supply, Courtland Kansas City Royals Sacred Heart Altar Society Carmen's Kansas Wesleyan University Sam's Place Carrico Implement KDNS-KD / KD Country 94 Scott TV & Appliance Center Theatre Kiers Thriftway Shopko Foundation Central National Bank Kleppinger Funeral Home Shopko - Superior Citizen State Agency Kansas State University Shopko - Beloit Cloud County Knights of Columbus, Esbon Smith Repair & Harvesting Community College KVSV Radio St. Theresa Ladies Guid Coppoc Sports, Concordia Landmark Implement, Holdrege State Exchange Bank Cunningham Cable Landmark Implement, Superior Ace Hardware D & H Aviation Smith Center Superior Implement Dental Designs of Solomon Lloyd's Superior Outdoor Power Center Dr. Bleecker Lucille Clark, Avon Dealer Superior Pharmacy Dr. McMeen Lutheran Ladies Superior Physical Therapy Emporia State University Malcom Flying Service The Guaranty State Bank Esbon United Methodist Church Mankato Country Club Tyler Chiropractic Farmers & Merchant Bank, Mankato Express Ute Theater Superior Mankato Livestock VFW Auxiliary Farmway Credit Union Mankato Pharmacy Walmart, Concordia Floral Studio 119 MCHHS Washburn University Fort Hays State University Me & Ma's Bakdry, Concordia Weltmer Phillips Law Gene's Heartland Grocery Melby Mortuary White Rock Electric Gillie's Gelbvieh ing message at the Esbon and B urr Oak United Methodist churches, and later at the Burr Oak Nazarene Church. Clouds, rain showers, and cooler temperatures were the week-end weather happenings. Monday and Tuesday provided sunshine and warmer temperatures. See Us For 111 E. Main St., Mankato 785-378-3191 tual dimension of mental health pro- vides a connection to whatever helps a person recognize their meaning and purpose. Many people choose to care for their spirit through a religion, inter- action with nature, volunteer service, or by practicing meditation and art. Whatever you focus on, spirituality can improve your mood, help set and accomplish goals, and provide a sense of belongingness. If your emotions, behaviors orover- all health is preventing you from func- tioning well or feeling good, profes- sional help can make a big difference If you or someone you know is feeling especially bad or suicidal, get help right away. You can call 1-800-273- TALK (8255) to reach a 24-hour crisis center or dial 911 for immediate assis- tance. It is not necessary to wait until you are in a crisis to reach out for help. Many people discover great benefits from seeking professional help and utilizing community services on a regu- lar basis. May is Mental Health Month and this year's theme, Life with a Mental Illness, is a call to action to share what life with a mental illness feels like to someone going through it. Sharing is the key to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illnesses and to showing others that they are not alone in their feelings and their symptoms Mental illnesses are common and treat- able, and help is available. To learn more strategies that can improve and maintain positive mental health visit Mental Health America at http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/. 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