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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Junior high students compete at league music contest Northern Plains League M uxic Con- test ti)r Rock Hill~ Junior High was held April 27 at ('.artL nd The ~nd and choir pe rlt~rnved ~ v. ll a~. lltegirls quarlet and g~rb, en~L.mhle Ind,vidu-,l performances were gE~en, luMr inenl~.l ,~ohJs were per- torzr~,'d by Jor~hua Davit K,il'l~g|Ul [)u r:4an J ~t ~1( idl ll laucl yl) [.elttke, K~I*~." Remerl. I'mu,er Shipu)am Sara Tadcl -nd Keeg;m Wagrwr. ]em~d Gillett. K.le Vance and Sam t]l~ r ,t~ ga~.e pK|llO .~)lo-~i. ('aden Slate, A,~hton (b,l. Kenny Sterling. K;,ti R incn. Sara Tadelh and Jaclyn Yelken all sang vocM ~I~- The in- .~trumen~l Ida of Katie ReinerlJem~l Gilletl :,ltd San) llnderwo(ul alm~ fk.'r- t;nrmed. Din.~'ting the R~g~ Hills hand win, Patrick Siehen, inst~mentaI music di- re lt ,r fmnl('luud Courtly Ct:,mu) u nil.y Uolh:g Hr was ~me of the judg ~ and ~, critiquing the ~rtlmnunce and v, orked with the xludenes on their en- .-~'mhl playing. Obituaries Shelta Hohnan Shelta Marie Holman, ~5, ~he daught~ o f John and Janie Woods was born on OCL 22, 1930, in Nicholas C~nty, W.V. She died Thursday at 1be Kensington Senior Living Com- munity at Hastings, On May 3D. 19 59. she was united in marriage to Aiclean Hol maaat Vtmtura. Ca|if. Shelta enjoyed laureling, sew- ing, camping, and boating. St~ l~ked to watch Ieopardy and Wheel of Fo,lune. S~ worked in several ditferent places includil~g tl,~ Technology Instramenl Corporation in Newben-y Park, Calif and at Catalina Swimsuits where she wo~[d sew and model the c Iothing Line. One ol her t a~ onle.~oP6 was at Wendy'S v.'lx:~ the ~taH wa~ like family to her. When ~he ~as )'ounL:et, prol'h~bly in the early 1951)~ she ~;ed to listen to a It~al rad,o program and they were hav- ing pOelO writing contest. Sheikh "~nt in her erllry and wot~ $50 for I]~ ~m, "'W?~cn you get left ,rot in the cold, a diamond nn~ is worth nu~ than go I '. Shelta wa~preceded m death by her parenls: her daut;hter, Theanna: her h~-shand. Aldea~ Ho~man ~m Sept. 9, 2(J 1.5; brothers+ Willie amJ Iam ~;; and sisters. Armetha. D leie, Molly, [.uc,nda and Waldo Surv~vor~ tinlade her: sons, Sieve McKin~'y of Prevail. Adz and Larry ilolman uf l~nc (:n,~e, Calif.: nine gramleh,ldrcn: e,ght great-grandchil. drcu; and *v,o great-great grandchil- dl~ 'n II Mankato By Elaine Thomas Wes Alexander. Shawnee visited h,~ mother, Doris Alexander, over Mothers Day weekend Wray Alex~ntler, Sp ing Hill, Fla ca2ed his t~.l,t)lltci" Io wi~h her a happy Mother'.', Day Wiley Alexander, Washingtt,n. al ~ called. Wiley was helping h, s daug hter. Jorflyn. glove over the wc',2k- end W)nn Aiexa ~der and tin, Owen. (:tdd ,'atcr. were there al~o. Sunday d~,met guesl~ of Wade and Lynette Alexander were Dor,~. We Ray and Lmda Vam.' . Arkaw.a~ Irtt:W, Is of Wade and I.yu .qle wh~ had been their house guests fu~' t~-~ ~ c~kS while tur- key hunting. Mother's Day dinner guests ~1 Jante~ and Letha Gar~t were I'li abeth Saathoff. Caleb and Cadance: Sara Bourn" and Makmua; Laura Sh,pman fiance Dale Wright. Tanner and Noah Shipman; Caitlyn EngLe; Stephan and Tiffany Saathoff: ,~an SaatholT. Alton: Skyler and Seth. Be|ok: tZhnstopher Sa.alhoff: Miles Bauer: After droner the family de, caroled Tere ~a Aunt's grave at Scandia and track pictuies Gayle Molzahn was in Kearney last weekto attend Ihe Keamey High School productzon of "Children of Eden." a musical of which her granddaughter. 1eri Dawn. was a member. With the storns~ goittg through our a~ea several times already this year keep m nnnd 'Are do have a community M.~rl)t ~helter located in the Connnu- mty Center. nnr~hacmssthe street from K,e~. l)tm Snyderand Penny Surmeier arc II~,re IO ot~n ",he doors on Lhe west side of the building lmth aonh and s,t~ulh end Anyone is welcome to seek ~heiter there and tt ~s astrally opened when 1]'~e clouds alan looking bad. Derek and Sh~a Kennedy. Fresno, Calif recently *.imbed her mother, Gayna Seh,~nrock, and John Murray for several days. They also v isited 1heir son in Keamey. Jan and Rosalie Menhasen.Coralyn gaufmann, Phil and Lori Menhusen, Emma Menhusen. Dakota Wal ker. and Anna Menha,;en went to Lincoln. Neh, to attend the graduation o~ Beth Mm',h~Lsen at UN[ Almrwanls they had a barh~ue at Belh's house co- hc~ted by her roommales, Lora Lehfling has returned home following recent back xurge~" in Wichita. Shirley Smilh is in the rehah l'mr~ of TnutSa&y. M0,y 12, 2016 Members ol the Rock Hills Junior High band (front. from lull) (not seen) .Sara Ta~ia, Jauclyn Lemke, Trislyn Brown. Evo Meyers, Joshua Davis. (second row) Rylee Whelohel. Jerrod Gitlett. RolandCreary, Dominic Long. Hafey Long, Katie Reineet, CaOen Slate, Ashton asK. (third row} (not the Downs Nursing Home. She Te- ceivcd treatment for a blood clot in her good leg and they are working to get her mobile aRer breaking her hip. Sarah Jane Russell. Law~nce, vis- Red Kathleen J ffery and Elaine Tho- mas in.st Wed~tesda~. She has recently accepted a job with Pawnee Men:al Health and will be mnvi ng to [?,el[ villc She will be working in Republic County, Jewell County, Mitchell County and Cloud Coenty. She's look- ing forwasd Io being hack in heT home territory. Sharon and Willie Bex:kley wen: in Gresham for doe May 7 high school graduation of their neice, Hannah Miller. Sharon and Willie Becldey. and Joy Hancock had Mother's Day dinner in Superim. EMon and Pare Dunstan, Baylie arm Karrigan were in Hoisington Sat- today at attend Alex Badger's we~- ding. Sheila and C. J. Cramp. Downs, were Satualay lunch guests of John and Lynette Hunminger. Othem join- ing them were Col and Martha Huntsinger, Loretta Wilco and Nick Freeman. Becky and Mark Butts, Kearney, were weekend guests of her mother, Audrey Diamond. They visited his parents, Gene and June Buns, in Beloit Satiny aftemtmn Richard Diamond a~d Audrey joined them for ~pper at a local restaunmt. It) the evening the7 all weal In Rick and Sheila Diamond's home to ".isd. Cry.'+ta[. Milch and Connor Co+,and took Mother's Day dinner to the home of Margaret and Richard edison wher~ Ky Shollz, Nick, Kate andEvieCol-'am joined them for a family d~nner Frank and Nadine Railsback, Nam'y Spiegel, Steve and Janelle Spiegel. Zach and Jacob were in Manhattan Saturday to celebrate the birlhday of Ryan Spiegel. Mary Powcll wa a Mother's Day dinner gUesL ol Nancy and Sieve Hilliga~. it, Blue Hill. Other guests were Emmak'e Hilligas and Mik l Roark. Randy P ter~n. Satina. Ki,n and Sierra Sn~der. Cam'india, came Sun- day morning to attend church ~,ith his mother, Elaine He~kett, and attend the Mother's Day Community I)mr~er at ~l~e Commnoitx Center. Dean and Cindy Adatn.~m, Neh, on, visited in the hurne of her ~ister. Gayna Scht nrock. and John Murray. Bute h at'~L Belty "l-hONlp,'gan I tumed from a three +.'eek tnpbetween Kansas City and Pratt affcudtng events oltheir grandchildren While in Kansas City 1h ~ attcndcxttrack ntoetst'er Ix)th'lar~n and Slcphafue aud :also atlcnd.cd the con firmal~,n ot t he girt s a? the Lutheran church ]tavclnntg IO Pratt they got to cheer Cole on at has m+c er game and aUcud a hand concert and a mu sk- program f~ Ryke. They' al~o joined Cale s famdy and friends in the park Satta'day to eelehrate his bi rthday The)" had Mother's Day dinner with Rich- ard. Pare. Rytie and Cole before re- laming haste. Letraine Simon and Jennie Blair were guests of Ran and Carnie Simon for Multrer*s Day dinner. Lee Sinton, Luke and Becky Simon als0 joined their family. Velma Garman and Keilh Garman were dinner guests of Korea and Carl Figgins Mother's Day. Alma 7 .adina was kepl p~enty busy Mother's Day and maned for her with Jim Zadin~ topping by with flowers and a visit with his Morn. Then Mike Zadina came by to lake his nmther to church. Following ehu.~h Pat Zadina joined 1hem at the corn munity Mother' s Day dinrmr v,'he~ Max and Jennifer Sterling, Kenny and Aaron alsojoi ned their family. After dimler Mike, Pat and Alma went to the City Park to attend the music program, Following the program they slopped by the home of granddaughter Amy and London MeDilL Daniel and Cooper where she wag given a hanging hzsket of flowers. Arriving home Alma found her grand- daughter gayla Dunstan and boys had stopped by with flowem and left them. Her gra~son, left-Zadina, and Mica Johanek came beanng a bouquet of roses. In the evening as she relaxed on the deck. Many and Vicki Zadina stopped byto bring her a hanging has- kel. Later she re, ceived a phone call sharing the news to be expecting 17th g~al .grandchild in a few munths. Jeff and Tim Beale, Clay Center, Neb came Friday and treated her mother, Dorig Ann Kennedy, Io ar~ early Mother's Day din~ner at a local resh~ant and took I~r sighLsceing ,about town before taking her hack to Long Term Care. Cindy Logan and Corral Ubel, Manhattan. were Mother' s Day guests of~r parents. Marie ;rod Bill Logan. Sharon Mttrray and her husband Gary. amveaJ for a Mother's Day visit at the home of Alethia L,(x~mis. Satur- day the lad,es attended a "geMer re- vealing party" in Abil ne for Kevin and Becky L~mi~+ Oiathe, and "its 0. girl,'" ~'cm'diug to Great-Grandma. Grandparents, Marvin and Kim Loomis, and Aunt A0tumn also at- tended. Erin Murray. KansasCily, was aim here for tbe weekend. F, fin visiled her dad. Dwight Murray. Brenda Enyearl,~em to the]tospital Sunday and got Doris Ann Kenmedy and they went cruising abeut the town checking out the many changes Ikat have taken place. They ended their Mother's Day crating with meeting Verla Roe and Jennie Blair for ice c~eam The women am cousins. Scott Wambacher. Andover, paid hi s mother Gayna Schoenrok, and John Murray a belated Mother's Day visit Monday. Randy Peterson and Elaine 1.4eskett were in Alamos~. Co~o . to attend the co)lege graduation of Randy's son. Zack. who received his ntaster's de- gr ,e. Mm~day evening~ Josh Lippo]d and Br 0da Enyean. members of the tree boanl, Mike 7 aditm. and Boy Scouls DanielMcDill and Kate Vance, planted a tree south of the Sweden Creme, along Highway 3~, in iI'v~mor~/o[ the late Kathlcen Kramez. May 31 is final date for connnodity loans on 2015 crops May 31/;+; Iise mal date lbr prod~ - ers to requesl a loan or loan defic| ncv payment d.DP) on 2015 feed grain crops. '['he feed grain crof eligible for loan it+ +Etlde conl. dry ~3 s, grain g~r- g.ht~m, lentils, mustard ~ed, n . saf- flower seed. chickpeas, soybeans and sunflower seed. Because of current market prp.' s exceeding the 2015 10an rotes at the lime of t his writing.LDPs on theah)ve mentioned feed grain crops would not apply. However. marketing ass ista nee Irons tMALI could he obtained pro- ~ ided the prtw, h,cer still has ownership of ~he comm(xtity. With h,gher market prices,; exceed- ins the loan rates in ret~em years on all commodities, MAL aclivity has [een ra~er s~ow and t~e program has not b tltutilizedby manypr~lucers How ever with the downward trend of~m modlly prices in recent m<)ndts, L~ MAL program may be a useful tool that pr{Mt, cers should remember is available to them. The c un- m interest rate for commodity loans made in May 2016 is 1.625 percent. Candidates file for political office The following have filed, far office a s of May t(t: Terry McCmcheon. Republican.WMnut TownshipTrustee" Anna Standley, Rept~blican. Register of Deeds. UPERIOR rOUR & TRAVEL 4228 Road F HarOy, Neb. 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superi0rtandt @ gmail,c0m Superior Sales, Service, S atis facti on Thut~,gay Ma~, ~2 2016 seen excepl for top of the h~d] Seth PenneH, Simo~ Sallzman, Sam Underwood, Keegan Wagner, Mason Higer, Tanner Shipman, Kenny Stealing, (percussion row) Cheyonr~ M0hler, Kardgan Dunstan, Jacty'n Yelke~. Kole Vance arxl Afica Brown. Commodities will be distributed Government foodcommodities will be distrib0ted for families meeling in- canto guidelines Wednesday from ] to 3 p.m. at the Esbon Community Cen- ter. Distributors ask that if this time will n01 work for those who qualify to receive the commodities to ca]l 725- ~911 or 725-6552 to nlake other mr. rangements Government commtghties will he distributedfur[amili~ meeting in~m~e guidelines for Jewcll, Randal[and Ionia area "rhur~by at I p.m. at t~ Jewetl Apartments. [fyou have queslion~ txm- tact Pastor Dan Dani ls al 78 5-428- 3657. The nta~, mum monthl y income lhat an mdtvfdual can no,lmv aud still qual,fy to receive commodities is S 1,287 for a hon.~hold of tree per~n. Add Sd51 for each. addiuonal fam,ly member. Items to be distributed are: green bean~, orange juice, canned ~datoes, fro, n ctucken leg quarters, raisin% nee cereal, p, nto hearts, canned red salmon- Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer mm Hymns sung during the Olive Hill Chulx'h Sunday s.chool hour ar+d War ship .~rvnce were "'1 :'itng l"ranse,'" "'Im- nutoflal, lnvisihte Gud Only Wise," "Lord [ Lifl Your Name on High." "Sunshine in my Soul,'" "Spirt1 of Ihe L i v ing G ml,""Now Thank We ALl Our Gt~," and "'God be with You" with Gloria SchlaeFti accompanying the congJegation on the piano. Pastor Dav,d Waiters brought the Mothces Day message. 1Jnda Hutchm'~on was ~ong leader. Danny J~'~on brought Ihe children's stot)'. The small children's Sunday ~'hoo! class passed uNt candy to each woman in abser- s.aflce of M~ther's Day. (.'ommlmioN ,en ~s were Pau| Hutch in~ut. Dw ig ht From and Bill Blaavclt while Gloria p[a.~ed Ih piano. Pastor "Waiters had I.tarle.~ Sd, USLer and Stc',~c May L'~nn h~ the tr