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Four Ways from ,: By Erma Dillon Northbranch ' Sam and Alyce Gillett are grand- ebrate. The older children and grand- '. parents again. A son was bom Apri127 children headed home Sunday after- "to David and Autumn Gillett. His name noon. Scott will be staying a week to isLarsonDale.ThisisSamandAlyce's help get the soybeans planted. Jason 23rd grandchild, 16 boys and only Garwood came for the weekend to ~. seven girls, keeptheplantergoing whilethefamily Saturday, May 14, was the 2016,was celebrating. : state junior high track and field meet in Pastor Jan Harkness welcomed ev- Go enburg. Cory Carlson, grandson eryone to Sunday morning worship at oflvan and Leta Frost, broke the Sutton ~:junior high pole vault record for the second time this year. He originally beat the school record two weeks ago ~i at the Sutton Invitational when he ."jumped 10-6. He broke the record at that time by a foot as it was 9-6. Satur- . day he set another personal record and bro" ke the school record again by leap- mg 10-10 and placing fourth. This is , 'only the sixth year for the state junior high track meet and all the Nebraska : i,scfiools compete against one another, meaning there aren't any school divi- sions. A small school, such as Sutton, competes against the larger schools like Omaha, Lincoln and Grand Is- land. His parents, Brenda and Mark Carlson, were at the track meet cheer- ing for him. ~i' Jean Davis had a busy week. She Was among those attending the Odessa omemakers Extension Club meeting in Esbon last Tuesday. Last Wednes- day evening she attended the Baccaularate service at Rock Hills and reported it was a nice program. Thurs- lay, she joined the Highlanders Club's annual birthday party in Red Cloud ~nd also attended Remy Ord's pre- ltindergarten graduation in Red Cloud. At Rock Hills High School on Friday morning, her grandson, Grant, was given honors along with other graduat- ing seniors. i: Saturday was the big day for the graduating seniors at Rock Hills where Jean Davis joined with many family inembers honoring Grant. Family and friends then gathered at the Burr Oak ommun. ity building for a reception Swen m Grant's honor. Saturday dvening, Grant' s family celebrated with ([inner in Red Cloud. Those present ~ere Todd Davis, Taylor and her three Children, Charlene Davis, A.J. and 3~homas; Jean Davis; Alan and Kim Davis; :Fawn Holt; Cindy and Joe Bimey; the honoree, Todd Davis and his friend, Kimberly Brown. Marilyn Jeffery attended the track meet in Lincoln, Kan., on Thursday, where her grandson, Brady, was a par- ticipant. The Willitts family celebrated Valencia's birthday last week. Her birthday was May 6, but they weren't able to celebrate until Thursday. They met Cole. and Shantel Modlin in Red Cloud. (Shantel was just recently made manager of the Dollar General, by the way.) All of the family, along with Augustus May, Annie Frost, Jessie Stice and Lauren Welchel, 14 all to- gether, went to the bowling alley, ate pizza and cupcakes and bowled a game. A Mr. Miller, who lives in Hastings, built a miniature hay rack for the Dillons' yard art, which he delivered on Thursday. It sits, for the time being, in the front yard at our home. Eventu- ally it will have a special spot to add decor in the back yard. Jean Davis's grandson, Ben Bimey, who is a junior at Arkansas University in Fayetteville, received an internship, because of help from his professor, and left from Tulsa on Friday for Gheat, Belgium, where he will serve as an intern in a chocolate factory. He will be gone 74 days. Maurice and Earlene Jeffery at- tended the doctor of physical therapy pinning ceremony at WSU. Their anddaughter, Maggie (Phil) Ginest, was one of the 38 students receiving their white lab coats and pins along with their doctorate degrees. On Saturday, Maurice and Earlene Jeffery attended their granddaughter, Lexi Jeffery's, high school graduation at Rock Hills High School at Mankato. Afterwards, they joined family and friends at the reception for Lexi at the l!ome of her parents, Brad and Coleen Jeffery. Several from this community at- [ended the Rock Hills graduation cer- emony on Saturday afternoon in Mankato. ? Scott and Christina Jeffery and Brynlee, Caleb and Lauren Fraiser, Jayden and Jaxson all came home for the weekend to attend Lexi Jeffery's graduation. Afterwards, a reception 'was held in Lexi's honor at Brad and Colieen's home. A lot of people at- tended the reception and the family ~as appreciative that people took time but of their busy day to help her cel- !) Northbranch Friends after which he gave the announcements and noted needs for prayer, giving time for spe- cial prayers. In the absence of the song leader he also led the congregational singing. Instrumentalists wereRosetta Jeffery and Liz Jeffery. Serving as ushers were Todd Jeffery, Brady Jeffery and Tim Warner. Matthew 28:16 and a portion of Acts 1 were Pastor Jan's scriptures leading into his message about being commissioned, which was directed not only to our graduating senior, Lexi Jeffery, but to each one. Christ said to "go and make disciples," the thrust not on the "go" as much as the word "make." We are admonished to tell our story of what Jesus does in our lives and not be intimidated. Jesus gives the promise to every believer that"I will be with you always." Scrip- ture in Acts 1 was written at the time of the Pentecost, which the Jews cel- ebrated 50 days after the Passover. Here He tells them to be witnesses of His. If you are a follower of Jesus you are called to follow wherever He leads, making disciples as you go. Following the message Pastor Jan lead in a mean- ingful commissioning for Lexi. She was presented a Bible in which the congregation had an opportunity to write and sign in. A time of ooen wor- ship gave opportunity for sharing in- sights given to individuals by the Holy Spirit. Visitors in the service were Lexi's family, namely, Lauren and Caleb Fraiser, Jayden and Jaxson of Wichita; Scott and Christina Jeffery and Brynlee of Lawrence. Tom and Austin Shute joined John and Erma Dillon for Sunday dinner at a restaurant in Red Cloud. Jeri Shute was scheduled to have been a part of the group. However, she had the mis- fortune to fall Sunday morning while hosting the fellowship, time at her church, breaking her right wrist. She was taken by ambulance to the Red Cloud hospital to determine her inju- ries but returned to her home. Plans are for Tom to take her to Hastings to see what the doctor there will decide needs to be done for further care. Remember, the community sing- spiration will be nextSunday evening at the United Methodist Church in Burr Oak. Everyone is invited to come and join in an evening of worship with music. Ionia Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the Sun- day morning message at the Ionia United Methodist Church entitled "True God." Scripture reference was John 16:12-15. Greeters were Frank and Pat Diemart. Pat was also the usher. Guests were Ran Coad, Salina, and Collin Rose, Beloit. Pianist was Ann Colson. Saturday a high school graduation reception was held honoring Jeremy Simmelink following the Rock Hills graduation ceremony. The reception was held at the Esbon Community Center. Micheala Simmelink came home for a visit and attended her brother Jeremy's graduation. Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing message at the Esbon United Meth- odist Church and the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. At 7 p.m. Sunday evening, a singspiration will be held at the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. Collin Rose spent the week-end with his grandparents, Rod and Rita Rose. Sunday Collin and Rita attended the worship service at the Ionia church. Sunday afternoon Rod, Rita and Collin attended the Norton High School gradu- ation ceremony honoring Lexi, the daughter of Marty and Christal Rose. Friday, Leon and Karen Baden pre- sented American Legion and Auxil- iary scholarships at the Rock Hills Mankato, Kan. WILL BE Memorial Weekend Friday, May 27 Saturday, May 28 ..REOPEN.. Friday, June 3, 1-4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 4 9 a.m. - Noon 20.15 High School Senior Awards Day. vital signs such as blood pressure, have FrankDiemart visited Harold Shoe- improved since the surgery. They also maker at the long term care unit at visited with his mother, Shirley. She Beloit. and Scott's son, Cody, have rented a Rex Henningsen, a former Ionia small house which has a connection to resident fell and broke his collar bone. the hospital but she spends most of her He is a resident at the hospital's long time at the hospital. term care unit at Beloit. Derek Reed competed in the U.S. Last Wednesday, Leon and Karen Powerlifting Association meet in Man- Baden attended the American Legion hattan. He has now qualified to go to and Auxiliary meetings in Jewell. the world competition again this year. Friday evening, Dick and Gloria This will be held in Las Vegas, Nev. Schlaefli attended a graduation recep- Derek received first place overall in tion and dance honoring their grand- his age and weight class and broke the niece Stevie Marie May held at the state record in the"squat" with a lift of Superior Country Club. 556 pounds. Those present to watch Saturday, Leon and Karen Baden him left were his mother. Julie attended the Rock Hills High School Kirchhoff, grandparents, Jerry and Graduation. Sunday afternoon, Leon Paula Voboril, and friend, Courtney and Karen went to the Mitchell county Panter. hospital's longterm care unit and vis- Larry McNabb was the Sunday ited Harold Shoemaker, Rex morning greeter at the Esbon United Henningsen and Shirley Simmelink. MethodistChurch.EllieCallaway was Saturday afternoon, Gloria Schlaefli the acolyte, lighting and extinguishing attended the Superior High School the altar candles. Janet Kriley and graduation service and later the recep- tion honoring graduate Harley Schuster. served as ushers. Guests were Leigh Last Wednesday, Neva Shoemaker and Ellie Callaway. ROd Rose, lay pas- attended the Mitchell County tar, brought the message of the day Hospital's longterm care dinner for the after he spoke to the children. He asked residents and families. Hamburgers and the youngsters "How would you feel if hot dogs were served along with other youcouldn'tf'mdyourMomandDad?" prepared food made by the staff. Pot- He told them it was a good idea to stay luck food was brought in by the family close to them and God. For the special members. Many people attended the by reading an email he had received for dinner, his birthday. It was titled "May We Be Wedneday the Jewell County Blessed." Scripture reference was John United Methodist Parish Council met 17. "The Word" was his sermon title. attheEsbonUnitedMethodistChurch. He spoke of Jesus, who serves all, I teaches the commandments and pre- Esbon dicted Peter's denial. Rod told of encountering a man along the highway. This fellow told (Submitted for May 5 Issue) him he was going from South Carolina to California, just looking for some- "When thunder roars, go indoors." thing. Maybe the will of God, which he Recent weekend visitors of Ione Shipleywereherdaughter, Melva,and really could find anywhere: We are nothing with out God. husband, John Harvey, Raymore, Mo. Joys mentioned were of Rod hav- LilaFrosthadabusy week although ing visited Scott Marihugh at the hos- that really isn't to unusual. Besides all pital and thought Scott looked good; the things she is involved in around the congregation was told of Dereck Esbon last Sunday she was in Beloit Reed's athletic accomplishments, the forgranddaughterMakennaStouffer's church will give $240 to the Kansas dance recital. Monday she and John Food Bank which will feed one Jewell went to Salina for John's medical ap- County child during the summer pointment. Wednesday they were in months.LaneUnderwoodassistedwith Lincoln, Neb., so that Lila could meet serving communion. Fellowship time with her allergist. Thursday she was followed the worship service with Col- back in Salina. This time with daugh- leen Baker and Kim Gillett the hostess. ter, SheilaWhite, who had a procedure Corn is being planted in this area. done that required an overnight stay. That's good because we received a They came home Friday. short inch of rain Friday and Friday A nice thing happened to me a few night and rain makes corn grow. We days ago. I met Carol (Oplinger) Bour- were fortunate to completely miss the bon, Jewell, again after many years, bad storms of last Tuesday. They Carol and I worked together in the weren't far away, but not here, thank AAA office, now called the FSA of- goodness. fice. It was back in the early 40s, 1940's Nick Mizner has moved his insur- that is. Carol, I believe, left the office ance office to his new metal building when she married. I left when I went to on the east edge of Esbon. He recently Muskogee, Okla., where my husband, had a few friends in for an open house. Chuck, was stationed in the Army Air Busy, busy, that's what Esbon was Corps. Time flys, but friends can re- this past weekend. To start off the main the same. Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H Club (this It is better to be silent and thought a includes severalEsbon youngsters plus foolthantospeakandremovealldoubt. Lesa Peroutek who is their leader) Tu~day was a day we had all been served a spaghetti meal Friday evening watching for. Around here we were to a sizable crowd at the Esbon Cam- fortunate as the severe weather fore- munity Center. The money they raised cast did not apply to Esbon and vicin- will be used for repairs at the Jewell ity. I heard on television that there County Fair Grounds. were around 1,800 storm trackers out Cool damp weather may have inter- that day roaming and watching for the fered with some of the activities. Sat- storms. Most of those were scattered urday morning the bikes and runners around thecountry, like inTexas, Okla- took over as they participated in the homa, Nebraska, Missouri and a few in Rural Route 13.1. They started at the Kansas. We did not need them here. center. It was a chilly moming. As they Thank goodness, began they went by my house. Some Bob Garman, our local postmaster, were in short shorts, regular shorts, has completed his training session in long sleeve jackets, sweat shirts and Topeka. Now ahead of him is 40 hours hoodies. They all had fun. Some of the of instructions at the Mankato office. younger contestants were accompa- After that he thinks he will be on duty nied by adults or perhaps joined by at our office full time. someone on a rig such as a Gator. Esbon is not the biggest village Sunday both churches had services. around, but it would be hard to con- Thataftemoonthemusicjamstarted vince we who live here that it is not the at 2 p.m. Featured weretheFrost Moun- best. One thing that comes to mind is tainClanandtheWhiskeyCreekBand. food. The Village Cafe here is one of But others took part in the aftemoon's the few places around that is open six activities. Plans were to have the jam days a week for breakfast and lunch outside the Village Cafe weather per- and also one evening a week. Sam's mitting. Place is well known for tacos and Fri- "Turn around, don't drown". day and Saturday there is always food An addition to the Rural Route 13.1 there. The cafe is open one Sunday a run was that the Gary Kindler family month at noon serving a buffet. All this furnished the breakfast which the par- means we can eat breakfast and lunch ticipants were happy to see when they out six days a week and Wednesday had f'mished. The proceeds from this through Saturday evenings in Esbon. event will go into the Josh Kindler When John and Lila Frost were in Scholarship Fund and to the Esbon Lincoln, Neb., they visited Scott Alliance for their expenses. Marihugh who is hospitalized there. SaturdayloneShipleywasthehon- They report Scott is in Progressive ored guest at a birthday party held for Care ICU, that he looks good and all her at Wichita. Family members help- ing her celebrate werei Gary and Teresa Shipley; Cameron Shipley, Wichita; Lyle and Pennie Shipley, Dusty and Mindy Newberry and Raylie, all of Coalgate, Okla.; Brittany Hurley and Liana, Portsmouth, Va.; John and Melva Harvey, Michael and Cindy Harvey, Carl Harvey, all of Raymore, Mo.; Bruce and Sandra Milburn, Jacob and Mikayla, Hutchinson. Unable to at- tend were Nathan and Natalie Shipley and Riley, Gilbert, Ariz.; Jason Shipley, Houston, Texas.; and great-grandson Connor Harvey, Punxatwaney, Pa. Board Certified Health Care Providers ADA Certified Randall By Fawna Barrett Submitted for May 5 Edition Hail and a bit of rain early Tuesday morning. Storms predicted for that night as well, but didn't reach this comer of Jewell County. However, Buffalo Creek was out of its banks Thursday, May 19, 2016 Wednesday. Roger and Bonnie Houghton, Della and Charles Houghton met Alya Keierleber, Hank and Hannah Kummer and girls in Salina Saturday for supper. Sunday Hank drove up to visit Warren Joerg and also visited his parents, Roger and Bonnie Houghton. Sunday, Sharman and Jim Callahan, Sharon Smith and Larry Anderson came for an overnight visit with Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Applebee, Concordia,joined them for Sunday supper. Judy Zimmer and Opal McElroy visited Russ and Sandy Henningsen, Trevor and his girlfriend in Hays Sat- Wanda Thummel were at the organ Wednesday morning. More rain fell communion. After the service they at- and piano. Dereck and Jerrod Gillett that afternoon. Showers continued off . tended a dinner honoring the occasion. and on. Friday night to Saturday morn- Elaine Peters accompanied the St. O Andy Walker, M.D. Nolan Beavers, M.D. Marily Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, A.P.R.N. Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Long Term Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Care, Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous ...... and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic ~.16 Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell County Hospital - Providing a friendly, caring environment Serving our patients and community JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A Derby later in the week and brought his mother home. He will spend a few days with her. Word has been received of the death of Susanna Stout's father-in-law. His funeral was in Hutchinson. Becky and Mark Novak attended a party honoring Riley Jackson's birth- day in a cafe in Concordia. Others present were his parents, Harley and Bobble Jackson, and Ayla, Melissa Freeman and Trey, Hutchinson, Steve and Roberta Jackson, Clifton, Linda Schott, Miltonvale, and Lawrence Schleuder, Concordia. PO OFOJI County Rural Health Clinic Jewell County Hospital Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 785-378-3137 ing, rain fell again with amounts rang- ing from .65 of an inch to a near inch. Brief sprinkles fell Sunday. Randall Senior Citizens met Tues- day for a potluck dinner. During an informal meeting, it was approved to meet May 31, the fifth Tuesday. Five spent the afternoon playing cards. Guests were Melanie Griffeth and Deb Hurley. Two women quilted at the church Jewell 102 South urday. They took the family out for aBy Fawna Barrett meal to celebrate Sandy's birthday (Prepared for May 5 Issue) which had been mid-week. Heat or A.C? Sweat shirt or T- Elaine and Da0/Peters and grand- shirt? Winter coat or no coat? daughters, Tatem and Braelyn Peters, April pulled-6ut all the stops the last attended a church in Lincoln, Kan., week of the month. Hot and windy. Sunday as a great niece had her first Rain! Hail! Thunder and lightning[ Chill wind dropping the temperatures into the 40s all day! Flooding, for gosh sakes, when Randall only had less than John'sJuniorHighstudentstothemu- a quarter inch of rain, you couldn't sic contest at Courtland. Saturday she measure the amount of moisture in the played for a funeral in Beloit. : hail. April 20 Debbie Galoway stayed However, upstream there wasahun- the night with her mother, Leota dantly more rain and hail was in drit~ts Clawson. Thursday they went to visit in Jewell. Yards and streets were mini another daughter, Marcia Koch, who lakes. had recently moved to a new home in Now, May has arrived. Chilly, a Houston suburb. They returned to sprinklesofrain.Darkcloudsallaround Wichita just ahead of the vicious storm and temperatures hovering in the 40s in that area. Mike Plowman came to again.Sunshinewillbewelcomesoon!! Everyone Loves a Good History Book of Stories From Their Own Area Railroad Titles America's Shortest Interstate Railroad .................................................... $19.95 By Richard Schmeling. Tax $1.30, Shipping $3.50 The Nebraska-Kansas Railroad was owned and operated by the Ideal Cement company. The industrial railroad connected the plant at Superior with the quarry in Jewell county. It was the shortest inter-state railroad in the United States. This book recounts how the railroad helped build the United States. Burlington Route: The Wymore Story ....................................................... $19.95 The Wymore Story, by noted railroad historian Richard C. Kistler, Tax: $1.30, Shipping $3.50 is a classic account of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad operations in the southeastern Nebraska region. Jewel/County History History of Jewell County, Kansas .............................................................. $8.00 By M. Winsorand James A. Scarbrough Tax: $0.52, Shipping $3.50 A reprint of the county's early settlements and the Indian atrocities committed within its borders. Burr Oak, The Roots Run Deep ................................................................ $20.00 The history of the Burr Oak community by Gloria D. Garman Tax $1.30; Shipping $4.50 The Bloody Saga of White Rock $13.95 Reprinted and released by the daughter of a'uil~or,'Ro~;V~',~lie'rn'an" .............. : $ . , nipping $3.50 What Price White Rock .............................................................................. $10.00 First published more than 60 years ago by the retired editor Tax: $0.65, Shipping $3.50 of the Burr Oak newspaper. White Rock Historical Sketches ................................................................. $3.00 An account of stories told by the early settlers of the Tax: $0.20, Shipping $2.50 White Rock Valley recorded by Ellen Morton Warren and first published by The Superior Express Aug. 31, 1933 Fodder ........................................................................................................................................... $12.00 By Jennie Small Owen Tax $0.78, $3.50 A reprint of the popular sketches, written by a hopeful Jewell County farm girl who had to wait until she was 31 years old to attend high school and college. While attending the state normal school at Emporia she began work for the famed William Allen White, publisher of the Emporia Gazette. Miss Owen specialized in human interest stories. She aimed to be neither humorous nor dramatic. Instead, she believed every person has a story and she said her job was to record that story: Republican Valley History Look up at the Hawks ...................................................................... $10.00 Book By Ruth Morgan Smith and Vivian Douglas Smith. Tax: $0.65, Shipping $3.50 This book tells the story of a family living near Bostwick in the 1930s. Available with a CD of the songs used in the Smith's program presented throughout the United State. 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History of the World By Donn Crilly ................................................................. $48,00 Written by a Superior High School graduate and current resident Tax: $3.12, Shipping $6.50 of Superior this book provides an overview of the history of the world from a scientific perspective through 1945. Superior Memories ....................................................................................... $4.00 Tax: $0.26, Shipping $2.50 A return visit to Superior following W.W.II prompted Sumner Miller, a 1895 graduate of Superior High School, to record many of his memories of what life was like in the early years of the community. Included is a story about the bicycle he purchased from Evelene Brodstone and many pictures of early Superior. The First 100 Years ............................................................. $135.00 for 3 Books A reference history of Superior, Nebraska by Stan Sheets A Superior Romance ............................................................ A novel by Superior Native, Rob Williams Blizzard of 1949 .................................................................... By Roy V. Alleman The Judge, The Gavel & The Gun ........................ By Roy V. Alleman and Carol L. 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Crilly, former publisher of The Superior Express Tax $0.65, Shipping $3.50 Portray's life in Superior after World War I 100 Years of Superior Living ....................................................................... $8.00 A history of Superior's first century prepared for the 1975 Centennial Tax: $0.52, Shipping $3.50 Silent Vision by Judy Walker ........................................................................................................ $29.99 Tax: $1.95; Shipping $4.50 We will be glad to mail copies to you or your friends For Nebraska customers all books subject to 6.5 percent sales tax. For Kansas customers all books subject to local sales tax at point of delivery. Save on shipping by ordering several books at once. Books Available from 148 East Third Street P.O. Box 408 Superior, Nebraska 68978 402-879-3291 800-359-2120 Fax 402-879-3463 E-Mail: tse@superiorne.com Credit Cards Accepted