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all present. custodian, visited about the roof, which is leaking. Sat- has not repaired the Deanna and the of the Extension Ted Thum- Raflsback, 1994 budget. Esbon, asked about /or road el.s- Township, Section 15. had contracts to ssioners for the flrm to inspect the new constructed south of had been approved by prior to this date. Ambulance Director, declaring May 23- Emergency Medical Serv- for the Commissioners to alga. It was approved. there will be an Open e Ambulance Dept. Satur- from 9:30 a.m. until 2 Esbon, asked if a road Dirt is washing into his waterway. Franklin ~ ~was ~dsl(e~ to Check theroad.~ ! The payroll for April 29 and bills paid :through May I0 were approved: Public Health $6,320.50; General 50, 998.62; Road and Bridge 89,949.00; Noxious Weed 59,402.71; Solid Waste 1,494.40; Jr. College 540.00; Special Bridge 6,437.20; Tower fund 304.95; Appraiser 3,670.01; Clearing account 24,462.30; Employee benefits 6,722.07; N. Weed Cap. outlay 13,261.53; Election 1,744.49; Ambulance 7,690.68; Spe- cial liability 14,032.82. for a total of 287,031,28. Chas. Fog. reported to the commis- sioners on a Port Authority meeting he attended last week. Unofficial minutes MHS Class of '73 reunion May 29 The Mankato High School class oi 1973 wil be attending the MHS Alumni banquet May 29 at the National Guard Armory as they celebrate 20 years since graduation. Sunday, May 30. they will gather with their families at the Mankato Jr/Sr High School. They would like to invite anyone to come visit with friends in the Class of 1973 between 1 and 3 p.m. Jewell County Directory Olive Hill Church R.R. 2 Superiar, Nebraska Pastor Lester Snyder Sunday School 9:30 am Church Service I0:30 am Chulrch Evening Service 7:00 pm Randall Community .... 10:00 am Church 11:00 am Worship Service 9:30 am First Sunday Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Communion First Sunday Union Chapel Rathbun United Methodist Church 10:13 am ( 9 miles north of Esbon) 9:15 am Pastor Frank DeFisher Flrst Sunday June-Aug 9:00 am Sept-May 9: :~) am llethntllst Church School June-Aug 10:00 am Lambrecht Sept-May 10:30 am 10:30 am UMW 1st Wednesday 7 p.m. 9:30 am You are Welcomel Sunday Assembly of God. Jewell Pastor Stephen McKiearnan Revivaltime Rathbun. KVSV 11 ~ AM 7:30 am 9~45 am Sunday School 9:45 am 10:45 am Worship Service 10:50 am Sunday Wednesday Evening 7 pm Sunday Evening 6:00 pm United Odessa United Methodist Pastor lterman Lambrecht Church School 9:30 am Kendal Ut;: Worship Service 8:30 am 9:45 am Communion First Sunday 11:00 am 8:00 pm Mankato Christian Church " First Sunday Pastor Thaddeus J. Hinkle Dena Alwlrez, Supt. United Warship . 11:00 am Chturch Bible Class 10:00 am Mark Moore Christian Gleancrs 9:15 am 1st Monday 7:00 pm 10:30 am Church First Sunday of the Nazarene Rev. James Thortan Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:50 a.m. 8:00 am Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. : Catholic Formoso Community I0:00 am Church Is Pastor Dan Vallier 7:00 pm Sunday School 9:00 am 5th Weekends Morning Worship I0:00 am Bible Sunday Evening 7:30 pm Free Prayer Meeting and Bible ~.3(,a.m. Study {Wed) 7:30 pm 10:30 a.m 7:00 St. Mary's Catholic Church 7:00p.m. Smith Center. Ks. Father Ken Lohrmeyer ~.OQ'a.m. Sunday. 10 a.m. on tat, 3rd & 5th weekends; Sat. at 7 p.m. on 2nd & 4th weekends First Baptist Church Southern Baptist Convention Hwy 36 - Mankato Roy. Carroll Everist Momlng Worship l 1.00 am Sunday School 10:00 am Communion ........ 1st Sunday 1st Wed. of Month prayer meeting ................. 7:00 p.m. W.M.L1 ........ to be announced Christian (non-denomlnational) Church meets at Burr Oak George Sills, Minister Bible School .................. 9:45 Momlng Worship ......... 10:45 [Children's Church Available) C.W.F. 3rd Wed ..... 2:00 p.m. "His Kids" Puppet Practice .... ................ Sunday, 6:00 p.m. dewed Christian Church Pastor Gilbert Forrest Sunday Warship 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Monday-Ladies Community Bible Study 3:45 pm Wednesday-Ladies Commu- nity Bible Study 9:00 am AWANA Clubs 6:30 pm Thursday (2nd af month) Christian Wamen's Fellowship 2:00 pm Webber United Methodist Church Pastor Craig t lauschild Morning Worship, 9:30 am Church School 10:30 am Montrose United Methodist Church Pastor S' ~e Andersan Worship Service 9:00 am Mankato Evangelical Lutheran Church Pastor Ernie L~rsen Worship Service 9:00 am Sunday School 10:10 am Northbranch Friends Church R.R. I Burr Oak, Ks 66936 Rev. Karl Martin Sunday School lO:O0 am Morning Worship l 1:00 am Evening Worship 7:00 pm Several Bible Study, prayer', and share graups met in homes during the week. For information call the pastor. Phone 913-647-8841, Dentonla Church of Christ (7 miles south of 36} Bible Classes 9:30 am Warship 10:30 am For information call: 725- 3561 or 725-4335 by the following Mankato Business Firms Roam Steakhouse * Jensen 0il & Gas lewell Bank * Jewell Post r Mankato May !2,4993, ,,Tl~,~et?~ll County l~os~.17... News M/M Steve Christie spent Sunday with his parents in Osborne. His grand- mother from Las Vegas. NV and an aunt from Oregon were there. On the way home. they called on the Tucker grandparents in Downs. Dale and Treva Mahaffy attended the luncheon and open house honoring M/ M Arthur Ferguson's wedding anniver- sary at the Concordla Senior Center April 24. Barbara Thomas spent several days recently helping at the Kevln and Deb- bie Allton home, Salina, and getting ac- quainted with the new grandson, Wade Thomas. M/M Bill Peugh and KJtra, Dodge "~.ity. were ,~,4eend -visitors of- Elsie Broyles. They also visited his parents, M/M Melvin Peugh. Sunday dinner guests at the Broyles home besides those listed above were Thadd Hinkle and Merle Mechsner. M/M Jerry Kinsey and Alison. Jerod Kinsey, and Michelle Kinsey, Stafford. were Mother's Day guests at the home of M/M David Swank and Matthew, Milford. Afternoon guests included M/M Carl Oliver, Wamego and M/M Bob Hepitg and girls, Flush. Mother's Day guests of M/M Dale Gemaehlich were M/M Lee Lindsay, Carlee and Jason, Stockton. Virginia Hanson, M/M Jerry David, and M/M Howard David attended special services at the United Method- Ist Church at Beloit Sunday honoring tile 1993 Seniors of Beloit Jr.-St. High School. Jessica Lange, daughter'of ? '~/ m Russell Lange is a member of ~e graduating class. Following church ~ae group joined M/M Russell Lange, Jcs- sica, Nathan and Levi and Mrs. Dal~ ~s Diamond, Webber and went to the 3;/ 66 Restaurant where the family c~- joyed a Mother's Day dinner togeth~ r. Chester Hanson spent Mother's Day at the home of his daughter, M/M Walter Holdren. Rebecca Holdren and M/M Todd Klmminau of Omaha, M/M D~arman and Brock of Burr Oak, and Mrs. Ronnte Broeckelman and Brandon were also guests. M/M Edwin Holdren, M/M Ralph Imminau, and Virginia Hanson were evening visitor:~. Brtttney Kramer visited her grand- mother Alberta Diamond. They visited Belinda Weaver and family on Sunday. Jay Diamond took them down there. M/M Robert Kneisler and boys and M/ M Kenny Kramer, Kyle and Bethany visited the Weaver family also. Earl Colm III, private pilot, son-in- law of Esther Queen flew from Denver, CO May 7 to pick up his wlfe Donna who had been here for over a week helping with the care of her mother. They returned to Denver on the 10th. Mankato Lions Club broom sale The Mankato Lions Club held a broom sale in conjunetlon with the Mankato Merchants ksale May 7 and 8. There was a variety of brooms and cleaning articles to choose from, All articles were blind-made wares. The funds raised from the broom sale will go to the sight first program. It is be- lieved that 80 percent of the blindness in the world is preventable. This is the goal 'and challenge of all Lions Clubs throughout the world to reach the preventable blindness and aid those with sight-related needs. Severe Weather Program at Lovewell Roger Thelander, Mankato, dewen County Emergency Preparedness Di- rector, will discuss severe weather in northcentral Kansas at the group shelter (old Stone Schoolhouse) Sun- day, May 16, at 2 p.m. at Lovewell State Park. Together... Our Community Prospers It's comforting to know your money is working in your own community At most big banks, the sound financial future you work hard for leaves town to work hard for some- one else. At our Community Bank, the money you deposit stays right in our community. Going to work for your neighbors, for your grand- children, and for important local causes. Working together for a stronger tomor- row ... that's the community banking way. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION @ Member FDJ