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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Harmony United Methodist Church holds sendce Sunday Harmony UMC ~ervic," ~gan with Nikki Ost reading the an- nouncemems. Lyie Dauner played *'Shepherd of My HeaR" for the piano prelude, Haylee Fuller served as act - lyre. Rodney Rose, Jay pastor, gave the children's n)essaSe to several chitdren explaining how out Christian faith is like a bridge le ~Jiog us to Jesus, Pastor Gerry Sharp sang 'Lt"]~l n Of Promi.~e,'" accompanied by Lyle Daur~r for the sp~ial music. The scrip t~te reading was Acts 2: 1-21. Rod st~ed his sermon "The Spirit Ha ~ Come That We Mighl Go." asking the congregation how wcean each make a di ffercnce m the world, The eongrega. lion so.no "'What Grace Is This" as the postlude. Jewell Selmol alumni reunion will be Saturday Je~ell High School Alumni Assr~-iation' ~ annual reunion will he hehl Saturday, Ioanne McC011ough Alien. C lassof 1967, will be the master of ceremonle.s for the evening, with -The B,~ts Tnn'" providing entertain- ment. The Cla~,~ of 1966 i~ the hot~ored cia,s, The following ~lumni have indi- cated they will I'.e in athmdancc; 1934 Katherine Gallagher Eilert: 1937 Maxrne Loomis McCune; 1941 Eleonora B,~ttmh Leech. Marjorie l)ivel Hansel, Carol Oplioger Bour- n)n: 1942 Rosina Clark Ander~n; 1943 Iames 1.ienherger. Earl Vamey: ]945 Jt'~ll W.t~Klbttl-r.i Morton; ]945 BobWilllrmth; 1949 Do.0, Du.ranC Betty Collie James: 195(~ Pat Berry Willmeth; t 951 Donna Wheat Kickhaefer, Fawna Arasmith Barrett; 1952 Albert Menhusen.Judy Gray Blackburn; 1954 C.',rolyn Wheal Abram: 1955 I cm~ra Axel~m Danlelstm, Marilyn Tuliar Guest: 1956 Aileen Owen M Cune: I g58 Ru.n 7xntz: 1959 Steve Mclmyre and Pat Opl/mger/xntz.lt~l Wayne (1wen. ~an Slate SchUtlltachl.q-. Nancy l)alrymple Streil. Carol Jo~:tes Dp.-c.I. 1962 Ever! La('t~e. Ltnda Hnlchcraft Woerne~: 1963 Roy HurTer, Ncilla Blacker Colin, Arm Knowlton ('-t~m; l~t4 R,ger McColkmgh,Jerry Anderson: 1965 Bob Abram. Linda Thur~Uay May 26 2016 P~ggy Pmman ]-totfer,Cindy Eberhart Worthmg, Joanne McCollough Allen, John Crumrine, Brenda MeMillan Guodwll0, Roger Oplinger, Arian Folsom;1968 Del~y LaCc~e Abram. Steve Barlsch, Brenda Clark, Jim Dudley, Kerma HeadrickCrottse; 1969 Allan Wanklyn: 1971 Melinda I-leadrtck Ro~, Sandra Saint Kingston, Betty Bourbon Harding, Marsha WiiImeth Bartsch. Dirk Dmant, Nick Keiss; 1972 Mary Eilen DeBey: I973 Karen Lienberger Hillman; 1981 Lorena Smith Kellogg Simon graduates from NCKTC-Beloit Lee Simon. Maukato, g.raduated from lheNCK Techmcal Coltege nurs- in~ program. Beloit. on May 13- Dtu- ing the I.PN pinnin~ eerellrv0ny. Lee had the dlstlnct honor of having his sister, Linsey t'Si moo) Miller. RN. per- form his pinning. Family in attendance for the pin- ning were his parents, Caroie and Ran Simon,Latisha S imon, Luke and Becky Simon, Narka, Lorraine Simon, Jean Blair. Linty Miller and daughters, Adalyn and Emeline. Jacob Miller joined the group For the graduating ceremony that took place later Bmh Lee and Linsey are graduates of Mankato High School and Linty graduated with her RN degree from Washburn UIliv~.sily, From a class or 28 students, Lee graduated salutatorian of his cl~ss~ Hk friend, Kenzie George. Clyde+ was co- valedicto~an. Lee was awarded the Hodler Scholarship to use towards hb; RN degree which he wilt pursue at Cloud County Community College. Burr Mary Foley alteuded a retired ilUL'v '%= luncheon last Tuesday at a Glen Eider rest~mant, -[ e~;sa McMaim Krls(i Hilhnan aud Re,lil~ Volke~ v~,k Judy Miller to tier cancer apt'x~mtment los1 Tuesday. They had lunch a~ad a vtsil with Patti Keil. Judy's sisller. M~dlyn Warnekinj# alltd Carolyn IE].anms celebtatL'd their hkrthday last week with ndlr, cake and h~ drinks all the cote tot the nlom.lg patrons. Last Wedne,day rnornint~. Chff Bannes had an zpptnntmcn~ in Red Clot I fi~r hb, ~',:o|xd shut fi>r his a thma. Cliff and Glenny had I-nob at a Red Cloud re.slamant then came back tit Mankaxo to attend rile Rock Hills El ementary School play day m watch their great-great-niece, Bryutee Man- ning, pm-ticipate. Martin Volker celebrated her 16th birthday last Wednesday. Attending her evening party were Judy Miller, Shelli and Cortney Kuhlmarm, Lane Ranstead, Shone and Ka'isti Hillma~, all ofMankatu: Je.~ica Barnes. Bryn lee Manning, Cheryl Hillman, Te~a, Ma- ~0n. Max and Morgan McMain,% Lisa Hombmsel, Curly, Renita, Mottle and Be]In Volkcr. Cliff and Glermy Barnes welr~t k~ Red Cloud Thursday evening and had supper at a Red C|oud restaaranl, Later they wok'hod g~at-grand,sou, "]'hum as Ortl, play baseball. Friday overnight guests of Doug W~nda Fra~ier we~ Cale b, J ayden and Jax~on Froster, Wichita. Caleb came to attend a bike am:lion with Doug Salmday. Friday evening Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the wedding rehearsal for Ky'te Ord and Katie Mason at Paw- nee Lake and later had supper at the home of Jeff and Diana Ord. Mason McMains celebrated his May 26 birthday with an early pa~), Saturday at the Community Center Park. Attending were Janice MeDill ~nd Eli Vance, Mankato; Lisa Hornhussel, Larry and Shirley McMain~. Isabel La Volker. Mytie Ha- vens, Note. Tessa. Max ;rod Morgan MeMains. Saturday, Josh. Amanda. Luke and Emma Froster. Hastings. were lunch a~d upper g tm.~t oI'I.~,U g and Wanda Froster. The grandchildren, Luke. Jayden and Jax~)n, played together an~ watched movies at Grarnmie's. Emma had lots of rock-a-bye ~ime by Grammie Wanda. Members of the Junior Auxi]iary reel at Ihe Gatebo Park Sunday to sell Memorial flower arrangenlems, Par- ticipating were Mylic Havens. ]ulie McEntee. Jessica Barnes. Brynlee Manhnmg, Renita. Mollie and Bella Volkc-r "We Arc Juxllified'" ~.as the tllle of Richard Cox's message at the Chris- lion Church Sunday morning. His ~- letted scripture n~ading was Romans 5: I-I I- Wea~, bunions w~t to justify ourseb,-es m the lhings thai we d~. Before God, 1here i only one ~ay to be juxtifiedand thal is hy onr faith through ~tlr relalk,nship with Je~;ll.t~ Chdsl, It i~, ta,|hz thai lead, t~s to helteve m G~v,l's e ~ tqe r~o~ and to live I-or Him a-', heat we can I ho~ghwemaynotthinkofGt.~d's Ill'Clzng as llhe pedect time, we need to h~se ta,th to In;sl that it is. We are Justified b)' the hlotxJ of Jesus, Whiie we nt~ght gave hl(~.td occasionally that ,l~i, gJ~It help sa~,'e a life, the blcx~ that Jesus sited was ~ thai atl might he saved, Steffen Barnes joined Cliff and G leraty Ba~-ats forttmch al a Red Cloud re~aautm~l. Afterwards they all went to Hastittgsto do ~me shopping. Back m Red Cloud later in the afternoon they attended two softball games in which Palstey, Olivia and Jer,~ie Ord partici- pated. Kmsley Snyder. daughter cff Kayla Snyder, visited with ORal-grandpar- ents, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. last Monday. The FoOd [amily reuniozL which takes p~ace every four yeaf~, will be hem at the Burr Oak Community Con- rerun Sunday. Fancily and friends are welcome to attend. Them will be an crpen huuse at the Btlrr Oak Community Library Sunday from 2 p.m to -t p.m lo celebrate the completion of the new I'acilily- The new library, localled on Ihe ,t~ulhea st corner of l h, c trld grade ~'html ground ;, rt~cenlly opened for business. Memorial Day service will be hem at the Burr Oak Cemetc~ at It} a m Monday. Th, e annual community worship see'ice will be held at the Burr O~k C'ommunily (.:enter ~m trine 5 begin- ning at 11 a.m. Poppy Day Dinner to be held in Jewen A long standing 1rod ilion continues in Jewell wi~ the Poppy Day Dinner Salttrday of MemonaJ Day weekend. The Jewell American Legion Auxit. iary will again be serving a meal at noon on May 28 at the Jewell Con)m u- nity Center, Proceeds from the meal pay foragirl loattend S unfh>wtwG~rl'.s State in June in Lawrence. and make donations to the At)get Tree. CASA, the ministerial groups and this past year. tr, oncy was donated toward l'is. ing a home for it wounded vetera.T1 m Glen E~der. They support other cause~ w hen needed. Veteran-made poppies wdl be ~ld during the dinner ~ur and )'our sup. Ixm of these disabled veterans is on. ouraged. We= a poppy proudly all GFWC "Study Club' meets in Courtland GFWC Progressive Study Club traveietl to Coqn[and Tuesday for lunch. Nancy Simms brought icecream li)r de ~.~en A brief meeting was held durin~t dessert. A thatlk ,~nt was re- ceived from the Blind Children Foun- dation, Donatk~nsto velerans Lind ~hol, arships were approved The new presi- dent, Karen Malleson~ wa ~ re.stalled and she named her cxm)nzatees for the 2U16-~7 )'ear A hnef review of the GFWC Magazine cont~nunj~ II1~ in- tema~itmal convention was given by the retiring president, Fawna Barren. All attended a program by the Petel-~m Br<~thez~, at lhe Cottrlland school The)-.shared several of their videos, talked al'~ml their experiences andhow llhey are pmtuoting fanning to the world It waspart of the iateCayden Dunstan safety day. prometed by his parents. Earl and Crystal Dunslan. Canlinal 'nmuthy Dotan wa~ the featured speaker as Benedictine Col- lege held commencement exert i ~s for 245 students on May 16. Among the graduatdes K lsey Gengler earned a bachelor of arts degree in secondary education and mathematics and Danlaris Niewald earned a bacheloro f m-~sdegree in n)arkeling Both am from Beloil. Post Rock Answers By Sa.rv~a W~ k, P,'x'~t Rock Ex*.ension Coldd fu.'.~rlum hvad blight or head scab twa proldcm /n the ,hcolt crop ? Well. we have ccrlainly been expe- riencing ~ut~e craty weather art+und the area. From thunderstorms, torna- dos and high winds llo hail and torren- t~.al ram~, the wheal has really had ~,me strikes against it. Allll-mu~h, the tams have been a wclc0me ~tte, ~Ith t~at has brought on stripe rusl with many fields having a fanFicitle ap- plied Nov,' there could be potentia! fi~r fu~ralm head blight or rrmm com- mtmly kmmn :,~ Itead scab that might develop Scab 1.', u ualty fi~t tk:tected m~n a tier t2o v, ering and i n f~,x 'te d head s t um white. ~-hile the leaves and stent,~ may rclnam green. Sontetintes, the rmrllon of the r, te ru directly below the head can lure a chocolate brown cnhtr Often. only par~ ol Ihe head L, at~ae ked, giving head~ a white and green appearance. ]he outer :o~,edng for the wheal kcr. "rhu.rs.u,~y I~,ll~v 26 2C~ color and Ihe ~ahb) v.~-q kemek are ',hnmken and c halk v tn pink .~ ctd.o[ a~ well The scab fungus mi'ecLs nuL only wheal, hul al~ corn. ores. barley, and sorghum along with various other grasses. On sorghum, it causes stalk rot while on e0m, the dis~a.~ is calIed ear txtt and it infects through the silks. Corn appears tt~ be the major source of the overwintering iJff ction which can start the epidemic in the spring, If ctrl~,lltlons am dry during flowering. iittectiut:t generally will :~.o~ occur~ AI- Ihuugh the fungus can be carried in [he seed. it appears that crop residue i-s the major sourcc of' the infect.~on- .% the rcccnl rains at,no with fore. casted high relative humidity are the lwt~ mosl important ingredients that may initiale head .scab developmenl Specific fungicides earl .~uppress * he head ~ah infection from 35 to 50 percenl, dependin g on the aclive ingre- dient in the funL~icide. "[he key w0~ here is "'suppress," which means re- duces not eliminates or con~ds. There are very few wheat varieties thai have rest slance lo head -~ab- However. crop rolationslhat avoid planting wheat into ct~rn .~tubhte may be helpful in some years when l~.vorable condition~ are present, ~d 'm.-at,mcnt- are just llOt effec- five ill prevenltng head blight, but they may prevent seedhng blighll if .~:ahhy wheal mUM he u~d ,ax set-'d. Several commercial treatnteuts may ~me w hat increase the germinalioa of .wabby seed. Thlc scabby seed -,hould he cleaned very tht~rtrughly and germiua- lion shotd.d N: te.qetl prior to use. T~E SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B At haJr 'en I. d ,c t~ ~:entage of ~cahhy kente]s can be reduced by "aglllng Ih eumhine I~1.~ h~ghe~ durmg harvesl. "['kts will hc[p blue, the lighl, .~abby seeds out the back of the combine. Yield logs is *elated m the percent of heads which are infected and the se~ venty of the infection. Scab often cauls nMuclton in te~t weight and are counted as "damaged" in the grading process, For further information on disea.~ management iu your wheat, contact Sandra at any Post Rock Extension District office in Beloit. Lirtcoln, Mankato. Osborne or Smith Center. CCCC will offer IV therapy course Cloud CoU/|Iy CommunttyColleg will ofl'eran inlra venous therapy course tbr licen~ practneal nurses July 8.14, 22 and 29. with clmica~s on Aug. 5. NCK Genealogical Society has guest Kcvin lvey. Garden City, visited the Nonh Central Kans,~s Genealogi- cal Society last week. f4e is researvh- mg in format ion about Confederate ~,l- diets I'~m Kansas. Dt~rnllhx Rchng, Cawker Cily, 15, a memher ~d:ttle NCK Genealogical S~.',et~, and ha~ done exlcns/ve re.search a~u~t the ,drivers who ~rved during the ('~sll War. "~e N~wth Cemral Kansas (; ttea. ]ogvcal S(~lely flletnberx rc~akh al the Pa~:~ Roollt alg)ve ~he Caw kc, r C ItV I,ibrar~. Mendwrs are al~o a~a,]abl~ by ~p~,mlment IO assisll the pobhc wnlt n:.warch OPEN HORSE SHOW Saturday, June 4 Jewell County Fairgrounds Arena Mankato. Kan. Registration at 7:30 a.m, ~ Show Starts at 9:15 a.m. Trophies I st place every class Ribbons 2nd and 3rd Door prizes all exhibitors " NEW 1 iu0ge arena evenls, separate iudge T-railL--'q'asses Stalls availale - Concessions Check u~ out on Facebm~,k for enlr), forms, PG Ifm a,c~n ann sc~ nu~ hurr~.) Mankalo, Kan. 785-37~3172 Mission Thrift Mankat0, Shop WiLL BE CLOSED Memorial Weekend Fnday, May 27 Saturday, May 28 REOPEN Friday, June 3, 1-4:30 p.m, Saturday, June 4 9 a.m. - Noon Northbranch Friends Church Fellowship tla|l "<~ ~rlhbra.ch, K,~ n Cdrtls In,l~,' b,L, ~,f|'lt ttl 3It; Z I'~t~,ltt, l~,bo,t, KS 6ht-Ctl Sunday Morning Breakfast Sunday, May 29 7 a.m.-11 a.m. Rock Hills Jr.- Sr. High School Mankato, Kan. (~t":.~,i'~A Biscuits and Gravy, t',~% ~J:- Sausa g c, Eg:~ . ~~ts, Hashbrowns, Pancakes, Toast, Danish, Fruit Salad, Coffe and Juice Free will donation Sponsored by Rock Hil[s FBLA Students who qea]ilied [or lhe Nationa[ FBLA Competition in Atlanta. GA, June 29-July 2