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Four Ways from By Erma Dillon N This has certainly been a busy week for most everyone and I am sure when I have finished gathering the news for this week, I will not have included near all the happenings in the Northbranch area. Weather is another subject that could be expounded upon, but I'm not we had an oversupply. They were suc- cessful fishermen so we were all happy! The alumni banquet held at the Burr Oak Community Building was well attended Saturday evening. Even some of the 'younger' ones showed interest by attending. The catered meal was much into things I can't control, so delicious and the program was enjoy- that, too, will be brief- only to say that able. Thanks to Mary Ann Foley, John locally we have had nice rains, no Garman and others who put it all to- tornadoes or hail - so far as I know. gether. Coming for Memorial weekend toAnother beautiful Sunday morning thehomesofJeriShuteandTomShutebrought worshippers to the andAustin, wereKarlaEssmiller, from Northbranch Friends Church. In the near Great Bend and Tom and Julie absence of vacationing Pastor Jon, WheelerofShawnee, Karl. They helped Kelly McNichols served as spokesper- Jeri with grave decorating and other sonopeningwithscripturefromJoshua tasks she needed help with. Having 4: 4-7, also giving opening prayer and brokenherrightwristacoupleofweeks announcements. Musicians were ago surely requires that she be a bit RosettaJeffery, Regi (Diehl)Wieland selective on what she does. with Kelly leading the congregational Fordyce (Tegley) Parsons came hymns. Serving as ushers were Tim from her home near Seattle last Warner, Todd Jeffery and Brady W e4tnesday and plans to be a guest at Jeffery. Regi's offertory was an in- Lizzie'S House in Northbranch for a spiring piano arrangement of "Near week while she visits many relatives the Cross." The very special, special and friends in the area. was Judy Pierce's vocal solo, "Back to Joan Petty of Corona Del Mar, Ca- the Church in the Wildwood." Time lif., came to Kansas City by airplane was given for open worship where and then drove to Superior on Monday, those who wished to speak were given making:her annual visitations to many that opportunity. friends and relatives, along with grave Kent Otott, who is with Teens for decorating at several cemeteries. She Christ at Concordia, was guest speaker. left Friday to drive to Minnesota for a His scripture was from II Timothy 3: l- visit with her brother, John Stansbury, 5 where Paul told Timothy there will and family as well as a visit in Wiscon- be difficult times in the last days. His sin, I believe it is. She is an avid descriptioncertainlyfitstoday'sworld. traveler and enjoys her travels not only Although we are not promised an easy in the United States but also to foreign road in life, as Christians we are prom- countries, ised God's strength and that He comes Last Tuesday evening the Dillon to rescue all who live Godly lives. We cousins met at the steak house in Red are assured through scripture that God Cloud for a time of eating and visiting, is in control. Those attending were Joan Petty, Joyce The service was blessed with many McNichols, Maurice and Earlenevisitors- those signing the guest book Jeffery,HerbandRosettaJeffery, John were Loft Davis and Vera Garcia of and Erma Dillon. Joan's grandmother, Coppell,Texas;AngieHolzmeisterand Edith Beeman, was a Dillon. Dave and Regi Wieland of Oakley; John Parsons joined Ed Snyder of Mark and Ramona Tiemeyer and Rex Lovewell and a few of their friends and Rhonda Bird and Ryan and Jacee from Colorado on Friday evening at Bird, BlakeandAlaina, allofBelleville; the steakhouse in Mankato. Regina Bird of Minden; Randy and Holiday weekenders visiting at the Juel Hughes of Royal; Royce and home of their parents, Kermit and Sherry Willterton of Glendale, Ariz.; Loyce Jeffery, were Juel and Randy Rebecca Harmon, Savannah, Jude and Hughes of Royal, Neb., and Jennifer Trey of Cave Creek, Ariz.; Bruce and Woods of Kansas City. Judy Pierce of Tribune; Herschel 'Marilyn Jefferyjoined Bob and Joan Smuck of Medialopis, Iowa; Holly Lockwood dining at the steak house in Brecheisen, of Olathe; Jami Thielen of Mankato Friday evening. Overland Park; and Mike and Debby A few members of the Burr Oak Platt of Wichita. High School Class of 1952 met Friday Many relatives, friends and neigh- evening at thesteakhouse in Mankato. bors came to the Fellowship Hall at Getting together were Joan Lockwood Northbranch Friends Church Sunday of Great Bend, Wayne and Pat Wamer afternoon to help Delbert and Patty of Edmund, Okla., and John and Erma Bird celebrate their 60th wedding an- Dillon. Joining them were Glen and niversary. Patsy Warner: Leta and Ivan Frost attended the Whitley and Blaine Frost showed Ionia-Athens reunion and potluck meal their two pigs (Harold and George) held Sunday at the Ionia Methodist Saturday.in the North Central Kansas Church. Livestock Circuit in Smith Center. Ivan Joyce McNichols was a Sunday lun- and Leta Frost joined Wayne, Natalie cheon guest of John and Erma Dillon. and, Devyn to watch the boys show. These young future farmers had shown their pigs previously in Hays and Burr OakBycl - ysBames Russell in the North Central Kansas Circuit. i Saturday will participate in a barbecue Velma Lee Smuck was a Saturday competition in Marysville. afternoon visitor of Marilyn Jeffery. Fifty-eight members of the David Brian and Deana Groves of Blue and Francis (Ewing) Fogo family met Hill were Saturday morning visitors at at the Burr Oak Community Center the home of John and Erma Dillon. We Sunday for a potluck lunch and visit- became acquainted with Deana sev- ing. The photograph of the first re- eral years ago when she was usually union, which took place in 1934 was our breakfast waitress at a cafe in on display for all to view. John and Hastings. They maintain a beautiful Donna Fogo brought the photograph somethingyard at theirhappenedhome in BlUeto mostHill' of Sadly'the to the reunion. Attending. were Linda fish in their yard pond, so we invited them to come fish in our yard pond, for Clemons, Bandon, Ore.; Connie Raymond, Ladd and Sheri Burge, Leba- non, Ore.; Rick and Jeremy Fogo, Greeley, Colo.; Angle Holzmeiester, Regi and Dave Wieland, Oakley; Randy and Juel Hughes, Royal, Neb.; John and Donna Fogo, Clay Center, Kan.; David and Loft Barnes, Steve Fogo, Smith Center; Joan and Bob Lockwood, Denver, Colo.; Connie Blankenship, Blue Hill; Brad and Pam Fogo, Shawnee; Betty Fogo, Topeka; Kyle, Katie, Paisley, Jerzie, and Remi Ord, Steffen Barnes, Darin, Amanda, Lance and Lilly Barnes, all of Red Cloud; Corie Barnes, Kearney; Janet and Amanda Noah, Corey Clark, Beloit; Nick, Kelley, Raef and Raegan Bunting, Billings, Mont.; Jerry Barnes, Powell, Wyo.; Jennifer Woods, Over- land Park; Jeff, Diana and Kasey Ord, Guide Rock; Don and Irma Fogo, Glenna Fogo, Esbon; Annette Miller, Oberlin; Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cheryl Hillman, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery, Jessica Barnes, Brynlee Man- ning, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Connie Raymond, Linda Clemons, Peggy Wilson and Glenny Barnes got together at the Barnes home to visit and play Phase 10 Sunday evening. The grand opening of the Burr Oak Community Library had a good atten- dance Sunday afternoon. Members of the Emory Clemons American Legion Post 263, Auxiliary and Junior Auxiliary were in charge of the Memorial Day service at the B/aT Oak Cemetery. 114 fags, represent- ing those who died during conflicts and deceased veterans, fluttered in the breeze on a beautiful, sunny Kansas morning. Volunteers from the com- munity arose early to meet at 6 a.m. at the old grade school building to pick up the poles for placement at the cem- etery. The Junior Auxiliary girls raised the American flag to the top of the flag pole before lowering it to halfmast and leading those gathered in the flag sa- lute. Apryl Webster gave the invoca- tion, wreaths for those dead and for those still living were placed on the memorial monument by the Junior Auxiliary girls. Manda Wanner, Smith Center, sang "America the Beautiful" and delivered the message. Jordan Wherry played "Taps," followed by the echo done by Julie McEntee. Connie Raymond, Lebanon, Ore., was a Sunday overnight guest of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Bob Hines was a Monday evening visitor of Cliff and Glenny Barnes and their houseguest, Linda Clemons. Peggy Wilson stopped by for a few minutes also. The annual community worship service will be at the Burr Oak Com- munity Center on Sunday. Ron and Opal Culbertson, Ashland, were parked at the camping lot next to the fire hall over the weekend. They came to attend the 50 year class re- union of the Burr Oak High School Class of 1966. Friday, ]~on and Opal had lunch with Cheryl Hillman at the local restaurant. David Vopat and Mary Foley went to Solomon Sunday afternoon to watch great-granddaughter Emma Kilgore play T-ball. Also attending were Mikie and Meaghan Kilgore and Kinley, Mike and Mindy Kilgore. After the games they all went to Salina for supper. Monday supper guests of Cheryl Hillman were Nick, Kelley, Raef, Raegan Bunting, Billings, Mont.; Jerry Barnes, Powell,Wyo.; Shane and Kristi Hillman, Mankato; Jessica Barnes, Greg and Brynlee Manning, Mike Har- ris. After supper the women had a painting party. This newspaper's web page may be found at superiorne.com. Esbon By Glenna Fogo This news column will no doubt be short. Monday being Memorial Day, I will probably turn in what I have Fri- day. My good friend, Judy Donley, Burr Oak, while taking part in activities at her church here in town stopped in to see me a couple of times Sunday. En- joyed her visits and, of course, also the food she brought me. This is Esbon and each and every- one of us are pleased with what we are and what we do. The newest project we are proud of and I will now tell you about it. The Esbon American Legion Perry A. Lamb Post No. 368 has erected a monument dedicated to our veterans. This memorial is a large slab of lime- stone. It is mounted on cement and placed north of the American Legion building. This memorial is to honor all veterans, with special emphasis on those who were serving in the military at the time of their death. Wording on the memorial is as follows: "Honor To Our Veterans." The Esbon community proudly salutes all veterans for their dedication and ser- vice to our great country. We espe- cially pay tribute to the followingvet- erans who have given their lives while serving their country to keep our na- tion safe and free. May they rest in peace. Bless them and bless America: Lyle Matousek 1945; Ralph Phillips 1944; Larry Belden 1969; Paul Tho- mas 1970; Perry A. Lamb 1918; Albert Shook 1918; Max Underwood 1951; Julian Ball 1945. At the base of the monument is a kneeling service man and a cross. This piece of art was put in place just before Memorial Day this year. That day origi- nally was observed to honor our war dead, butnow we use it to pay honorage to all those deceased. The project was headed up by John Beam. The com- pany that did the Esbon sign at the junction of K112 and US36 also did this. Funds to help with the project were received from a grant given by the Dane Hansen Foundation. Recently I saw a piece on TV which made me think of what I have experi- enced. Maybe because I have grown a bit older, maybe not, perhaps I have just noticed it. What is it? It's courtesy I see among those I don't even know. Those men or women who offer to give me a hand. I'm sure those people have always been there but I did not notice them. Being an independent person I did not even let someone help me by carrying out my groceries unless I had a lot. I figured those people had to do it all day and I thought by carrying my own, maybe I could give them a break. Other times I would see a customer having their sacks carried out even if it was only one or two small sacks and I would think, "how stupid." But gener- ally we humans are kind and thought- ful. There are few of the other kind. So when someone says, "let me help you" or"can I open the door for you," try to respond, "yes and I thank you" or "it would certainly be appreciated." Re- member to say "thank you" when you are helped and let it be known that you really mean it. There is another change on Esbon' s South Grand. The Daryl Frosts have painted their house. It is now brick red. Trudy and Jerry Lewis arrived at their Esbon home Tuesday night. They plan a two weeks stay and are includ- ing a visit to the Orphan Train Museum in Concordia. Nathan, Natalie and Riley Shipley, Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Thursday for a visit with his parents Gary and Teresa, and of course Grandma lone and other iiiiiii~ ome places call it assisted living. Here, it's a tittle help from your friends. Here at Good Samaritan Society - Victorian Legac); assisted living goes beyond he!p with the daily needs of living. It gives you a chance to replay that bridge game or discuss a new book. All. whil.e enjoying a h.orne-cooked meal you didn't have to make yourself: ,', (?,odd To learn more about current openings in our Samaritan assisted living community, call (402) 879-3099. Socicw The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society provides housing and services to qualified individuals without regard to race. color, religion, gender; disability. familial status, national odgin or other protected statuses according to applicable federal state or local laws. Some services may be provided by a third part~j. All faiths ~,~ or beliefs are welcome. Copyright 2014 The Evangelical Ltttheran Good Samaritan Society. All rights reserved. Thursday, June 2, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A Above is a new monument at the Esbon cemetery in honor of Perry Lamb. relatives and friends Lila Frost attended a Jewell County Hospital board meeting in Mankato last Wednesday night. As I sit down to write, I thought I would write some bits and pieces that I know about some of the young men listed on the American Legion Memo- rial stone, which honors all veterans. Perry A. Lamb and Albert Shook were before my time, but I have always thought Lamb was the first Esbon boy killed during World War I, that being the reason for our post being named after him. Ralph Phillips was raised south of Esbon in the Westbranch area, where he lived with his father, Roy, and sis- ter, Eileen. He graduated from Esbon ,High School with the Class of 1938. Ralph and Bruce Corrick joined the Marines together, but I don't think they were ever stationed together. Ralph was killed in 1944 on the island of Pelelieu of the Palau group in the South Pacific during World War II. To tell you the kind of person he was, here is a little story. My first real date was with Ralph. In the summer after I gradu- ated from the eighth grade, on a Satur- day night, Ralph asked if I would go the movies with him the next night. I said yes and he said I had to ask my parents if it was okay with them. I did. They said yes and we went to the Ute Sunday night. Ralph married Jean Frost and they were always good friends of mine and Chuck. Lyle Matousek, Esbon High Class of 1939 was stationed in the South Pacific during World War II and I don't believe anyone but me knows this story until now, all of you readers needed at home. Max, I believe, died do. After my husband, Chuck, had overseas from a brain tumor. His body finished his B-24 bomber missions of was brought back to the states and he combat he had nothing to do as he was buried here at home. waited for orders to come home so the Another Esbon boy killed was the powers that be had him flying cargo son of Marion Belden. He was Larry planes to other islands after supplies. Belden, Class of 1967. Ononeofthesetripshesawandvisited Friday evening, after finishing at with Lyle. The next time he made the the cafe and the sale barn, Dianne and same trip he told the fellows loading Walter Willitts, their children, his plane he had a friend and classmate Drakeland, Mel, Levi, Valencia, stationed on the island. Their reply to Anastasia and Victoria, and friend, him was "he was killed last week in a Augustus May, traveled in two ve- plane crash." Chuck told them it hicles to Adrian, Mich. Theirplan was couldn't be the same person as his to drive as far as possible Friday night. friend was not a plane crew member, At Adrian, they attended the high school but was a mechanic or some such job. graduation of son and brother, Sedrick. They insisted it was him. They told Sedrick has already enlisted in the Chuck they were preparing for a flight Marines, but does not know at this time and needed to fill a certain spot in the what date he will be reporting for ac- plane. Lyle volunteered saying he was tive duty. The Willittses will be back at qualified for that spot. The plane was the cafe this week. shot down. After going down, the crew About 4:30 p.m. Thursday, a big members checking each other found blow and heavy rain hit Esbon. They Lyle alive in the ocean and supposedly said 60 mile an hour winds and I would okay, but when they checked back he agree at least that strong. I had just set was nowhere to be found. Chuck after out four tomato plants about 30 min- coming home knew he should talk to utes before the skies turned black. the Matouseks and tell them what he Wonder how they are, or maybe where knew, but he just couldn't do it. they are. Julian Ball, son of Guy and Susie Medicare Information Meeting Ball, graduated from Esbon High with There will be a Medicare informa- the Class of 1941. I am sure he was tion meeting at the Beloit Senior Cen- killed during the Battle of the Bulge in ter at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The event, the European Theater during World and is open to anyone wanting more War II in 1945. information on the Medicare program. Max Underwood, Class of 1947, Advance registration is not necessary. was pl~ining to work for us. Max's This event is expected to be especially parents were Charlie and Elsie valuable to those who have recently Underwood. In fact, he had moved into become part of the Federal Medicare a room at our place. His brother had an program, or will become eligible in the accident so he had to leave as he was next few months. Starting promptly at 3:00 p.m. Auction will be held at 209 E 4th, Edgar, Nebraska GOLF CART 1982 Hadey-Davidson golf cart, 2-cycle gas, SN 3B1131ZJ2, running condition (last year of the Harley golf cart) LAWN AND GARDEN Electric chain saw Homelite Super 2 chainsaw Murray 20 in. push lawn mower, 3.5 HP Electric Weed-Eater Max 24-Volt cordless w/charger Mantis garden tiller Wards garden tiller, 5-hp Earthway fertilizer spreader, Drop spreader and Broadcast spreaders 5-Pieca patio set w/umbrella Keller 13 ft. aluminum extension ladder Circular saw Electric ddlls, sanders, jigsaw, metal bits, drill chucks Socket sets, pry bars, saws, squares, bits and brace, plus other good hand tools Grain shovel, spades, push brooms, garden hose and other Roll of red brand garden wire Fishing gear Maiden of the garden concrete waterfall and concrete deer ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD COLLECTIBLES solio oak dining room table w/6 matching Pie cabinet chairs and 3 leaves, nice Camel back trunk Oak curved glass china cabinet, good 2 - La-Z-Boy recliners, beige in color Pine blanket chest Blonde library table Cedar lined blanket chest Livingston floral sofa Bank of Commerce, Ong, NE bell Earth tone hide-a-bed Celluloid dresser set Multi-drawer dresser base Kerosene wall hanging lamp Maple finished cabinet Aladdin Model 12 kerosene lamp Etched glass room divider and stained Celluloid photo album glass window displays Princess House crystal collection Maytag washer-dryer stacked model full 3 - Steel wagon wheels and coal bucket size USWE & P Company No. 15 water pump Jenn-Air electric range Walking plow Sharp microwave Miikglass and other miscellaneous older Kirby vacuum, Sentria, like new condition glassware Heat surge Amish electric fireplace Pink Depression, berry bowl and 6 servers, water 2 - Electric space heaters Maple stained glider rocker glasses, bowls and stemware 2 - Solid wood bar stools GUNS 1923 Paige Lewis, Model C Olympic 22 cal. long single shot, lever action w/fold-up site 1911 Winchester 12-gauge "Widow Maker" shot- gun DAIWA Model 500, 12-gauge shotgun w/4 chokes 1925 Remington Model 11, 12-gauge shotgun Remington Model 11, 12-gauge shotgun, w/ribbed barrel Powermaster 760 BB gun See photos and sale information on the web @ eltingauction.com Serta queen size, box spring and mattress w/frame, good condition Melink combination safe w/combination Large wardrobe storage unit DP treadmill and weight set Southwest figurines Southwest Pottery, several pieces Apple set modem crock-ware, multiple piece set Saladmaster cookware Coffee grinder Kitchen pots, pans, bake ware Singer sewing machine, portable Quilt rack Metal plant stand Various pictures, prints and frames Hand stitched quilts, blankets, bedding and other related linens Sheets, bedding and other related bedding Christmas decorations, several boxes AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mildred took excellent care of her property and all items are in very clean condition. Mildred has moved to retirement liv- ing and all remaining household items sells without reserve to the highest bidder, make plans to attend. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. Property is yours when bid off. All items sold in "AS IS" condition. Description to the best of our ability. However, the owners, auctioneers and printer make no warranties either expressed or implied. The owners and auctioneers are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or accidents. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day of sale take precendence over written advertising. Seller: Sale Conducted by: Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer & General Certified Appraiser 145 North 4th Street, Hebron, Neb. 402-768-7270 View this auction on the web at www.eltingauction.com Auguonoot /