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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 16, 2016 Jewell Library will host summer program Jewell Public Library's June dis- play is a collection of artwork pro- duced by Darica Bohnert. Some of Darica' s artwork includes pottery, duct tape art and charcoal drawings. She said she enjoys making these items. Darica grew up in Jewell with her parents Darrell and Debra Bohnert, and older brother. JeweU Public Library will hold a Summer Library Program every Fri- day afternoon in July from 2 to 3 p.m. Regular Story Hours will resume in August• New books in the library include Trusting the Cowboy by Carolyne Aarsen, The Rancher's Family Wish by Lois Richer, The Single Dad's Re- demption by Roxanne Rustand, and Always Forward (Bregden Chronicles No. 9) by Girmy Dye. ficient to revive her. A wash tub full was not needed. Frank Ruggles' little girl fell out of a show window in Robertson's Store and injured her hip quite badly. June 5, 1896 Cisterns which had not been full for three years, had been filled by the spring rains. Mort Whithey's prairie schooner pulled out for the mountains Wednes- day morning. L. Seeley was badly injured in an Iw,¢ident. Seems he had a wagon in the barn loaded with corn and he wanted the corn in hog pens a few rods down the hill from the barn. He got the load started but as it gained momentum, he found he had too big a job to hold it back and he couldn't run fast enough to stay ahead of it. He fell and two wheels ran over his body. He was able to crawl to the house for help. One comer of Geo. Scott's home was knocked into kindling wood by a I t bolt of lightning• The plaster came Fri en dshi p M eals sleepingd°wn intheroom adjoining the family' Sroom. A man named Wright was killed by June 20-24 the cars near Esbon. Monday - lasagna, broccoli, pine- 100 Years Ago apple, garlic bread• May 26, 1916 Tuesday - orange chicken, herbed The editor of ~e Jewell CountyMembers of the Jewell High School Class of 1961 who attened the Jewell Alumni Association Banquet wore (frorc . rice, oriental vegetables, peaches. Re ubhcan noted Even the oty bell Wednesday-beef tips in gravy over . p ." . . ! ..... left) Janice (Slate) Schumacher, Carol (Jones) Divel, Wayne Owen and Nancy (Dalrymple) Streit. . . ..................... .. tower =s oemg painted, we mew me .... . - noodles, vegetable blend, s awberries dewell ~'uo,c Ltorary s June display ts a co,eeuon or artwork produced Dy bell tower was an ornament to the town - - .... - • and bananas. Darica Bohnert. Some of Bohnert's artwork include pottery, duct tape art and all the time" and now eve-'bod" knows much compennonn. -- .... not avoid the fast moving knives which 40 Years Ago .... ~: Thursday - chicken and rice casse- charcoal drawinns .. , ,y y lne hnarr ez t_,aoe tJarage had dO- severed a leg. Shewassaidtobemiddle-Ma" 27 1976 2' o • It. tained the agency for the new Maxwell ~,,,~ wnm*- • .-. • -- ~- ' ....... ~': role, peas and carrots, salad, brownie.. .... . • .-b ..... ~ertruae rmnoevaot ce~eorateu ner :. t.~____,..4..__ Wm. Mclntyre was visiting his automobile, the auto which broke the Mrs E L Schuerman a;oa w~.a .............. :. Friday - tuna sandwich, potato salad, ~.,uaa~;L;tatUAS McGeary Purcell, Twila Imler home town in northem Missouri where ..... Id's record in Calif,'mia h,, run ..... . . : ..... u ........ 100tll 0irth.aay on may zv.. : .. !: pickled beets, mixed fruit. Under the photo of Jewell High Rothchild;1959,JohnDahl; 1952Jack his fog-hum voice had called court nin; 22,000 miles wind"out stt(pping WSlung ner;&t~rl~t ~l~6a" Lisa Wilson, daughter of Mr. aria i. Meals delivered by Clio Club• School Class of 1971 in the June 2 Sills; 1953, LeeRay Falk; 1955, Ellis together many a time when he was the motor except to take on sunnlies ~.~.~^ .... ;.,~a ~ ......... .~c..-.~ Mrs. Robert Wilson, was first runner ; .... • B Pete Pa " i " • .... " Xll¢/-xaau~.lat~rl~aal¢l./ultl;uclOtl • DAR chapter observes edRIOn, Sandra Samt Kingston. (sex:- Dahl,. 1957,• J• M• rS,Ann tnci a Ellers sheriff of Holt County. ....................................... The dealership reported the Maxwell m,; .... c,h~,~,,,, ~ ..... ,az,,,~a wo,~ up m the state of Kansas m the My i ond from left) was ormtted from the Wright, 1958, ary S pe Bates, A.J. Hale beautified his home with went up Scarbrough Hill in high eear ................. -..:.... _ r,_ .... .m^ America contest sponsored by the Na- • B rmi • ,, ~o vl~ldi~liXll wa~ ~;Aa.lllllllll~ a, U~l illOJl 1111~:; .... Flag Day at meeting cutlme. Betty Tyler Bucker, o e McGeary a namt brush while haulino a load The oara-e also ......... uonal EducaUon AssocmUon. • ~ . • ~ • b b ne orougm nome from trance. He re- • : ,.,~ . o~ Langer, Robert Slaughter, 1959, Dou- H.A.SnuthhadthecelebratedBeef- had the agency for the Allen automo- -......a ,~.~. L....., .... a r....~ ,.:. The Dubuque Packing Company Desire-Tobey Sears DAR Chapter ~ulnlner OlllClRlly glas Dempsey, Mar~e Slpe Logan; steak tomato plants for sale. bile• ,,,,= ,,'r~; ..... ,or-,., ,~r o ~ .... donated $10,000 to the Mankato atr- metlastTuesdayinMankato. Thosein• arisen" 1 62 W ........... ~ ...................... ' • .. ....t~___J_.- 1961, Don H , 9 , arren 100 Years Ago 90 Years A-o .............. port nnprovement fund. , De ~ £VlUll~ty s ~ept z~, tVl~ t:an tcarry~tanylonger attendance observed Flag Day with [gln McClure; 1963, Jeanette McClure June 2, 1916 May 25 1926 ~.. : . " ..... " Brenda Huntsinger Smith gradu- , ~ , . l~lnaer paease snip to me anu receive • . • flag decorations on the tables• Host- MondBY iKset~emasuCmrOmt~ee Solst,ce Cromer, Jerilyn Fisher Diamond, Fred James rheumatism hadn thad Dean Mclntyre celebrated his big reward as I value it highly" The atedcumlaudefromKansasStateUnl- . esses were Doris Alexander, Dorothyy " . ." •Karole Konovalsky Jacobsen, Lila a vacation in two months, grandmother s 101stbirthdavbv ~radu- ,,,, ..... ;,~oa r~,=a v,~,~ ~=, =, versity. She was living in theFonnoso~ .:' Reling and Corlene Lange. What does this mean? Several tidings PetersMendenhall; 1964, Connie Blair Fred Beeler planned to attend the ating from Jewell Rural HiT, h'School 'LY:" ?,,o ~,~;~.~ ,,,~.."2 ..... ":." area and employed as a reporter by The ~, L.lty, r~ans ~nlrer touna me gun In Guests for the meal were local high are involved. First of all, the sun is Foley, Marilyn Schaffer Lynch, Republican convention in Chicago. Nobody in Jeweil County had pulled a .... ~;.~'~h,~ o ..r~o,o n.vdo ,~ Superior Express. schoolgoodcitizenwinners.Daughter directly over the Tropic of Cancer. LaVerniaPeters, Ernest Sipe, Connie Little Adolvh Wessolowski fell nf ~ ~,,,.~ tit~,. ,h~, r,,.¢,..,~ ro.a .... ,.,.~v.;.,.,.u~.~,~, ] ..... ;;..,,,,,~,,,~ A bicentennial mural was nainted Retha Blecha introduced them: . . . . -- . ........................ ~ ..... ~ocateaanusalunewassurtenn from ---.- . ". Th~s ~s the farthest north the sun will Hoard Snodgrass, 1965, Cleha downthecellarwayheadfirstandbroke hazard to guess it hasn't been done =h,,n ~h,,,.t, ,,,h,~, h,~ oho a,,,ga~ ,~,~ onthesldeoftheMasonlcHallmBurr Cameron Wilber, Republic County; be, as it is seen from Earth. Specifi- Howland Dunstan ..... a ~ih since)" o .................................. • ~- Oak. Pictured looking at the mural Megan Bates, Beloit St. John's; and cally, this will happen at 5:34p.m. on Friends who attended were: Nine Aunt Thee Cason was expected to The Hardman Lumber Companygun in rran~ Year° A"" were Cheryl Barnes, Iris Cosand and i Holden Mauerhan, Rocks Hills, along Monday• McClure, Shirley Carlton, Mary remain around Jewell until fall ..... illlno m ~,m lC~ ~,-W,,¢ ..... t .. 7.", °.,.~." Domthv Hawkins with their parents. Chapter members Becauseofwherethesunis, theday Rothchild, Darlene Smith and Robert County A~,ent Folker rennrted "I ,, gn ~,~,, ....... b ~ ..... h ;,, ho.a .- . ~,lay 3i, iv3o Bi-Centennial nlans at Ionia in- is the Ion est of the ear here in the , ~ = ~ , , .......... e ........................ the Jewell~Sounty Welfare budget '- congratulated the winners for being g Y C. Howland. haven t been in a wheat field that hasn t June 4, 1926 • cluded a free barbecue, parade, dance • Scientists and for the coming year was set at $309,800 good citizens in their communities• Northern Hem~s here • • • P . • .... had fly m it. The wheat has been so The Jewel l Lumber Company ad- ~ ~.,~ M~ ~ t~,,,,t- ~;a~,,t~ and a variety of games. . - After the meal, a short meeting was astronomers consider mls date to de ., !! ,r~ ~m ,, weakened that it carmot grow or head. vertised roueh cut boards 12 inches ..c ~L~.::.:'-~-.~" ~'~'~..~"7-~'..'..~."=:~'.~ Because of the death of Buzz • I innin of summer For . . .~ ~,~ m,=u~o~t~,~ J~**~. ,..uu.ty l~U~ held with installation of officers for the officm beg g • Jewell I~0, ~l/leinorles Either the farmers must co-operate in wide " ~ " v ....... Holdren, aMontrosebusmessman, h~s chased an lmpro eu izu acres in ionia 2016-2017• Upcomingeventsthechap- meteoroid ~cal ses, summer be ' " ' bl .... g purpo - getting nd of the voluntary wheat or Jewell County had three Buffalo ....... t.:_ ~. .......... t. .... acksm~th and repair shop eqmpment • e 1 . . tUWll~lll]) IIUIII r, U, ~.~U.II~l~ll~l. lll~ ..... ter will participate in are Continental gins on Jun . . 120 Years Ago else give up on the wheat business, creeks and in 1926 it would hustle a farm had recentl- '- -en -wn ...... was being sold at pubhc auctmn. CongressinWashington, D.C.,inJune. The summer solstice and the begln.May 22, 1896 Chris Klinkhadanew bicycleand buffalo to get a drink out of any of .......... ~y~t_ o w~_euyy~o~ TheDentoniaChurchofChristheld . • nin of summer can be either June 20, vmu ,'.men wtctmuse., wu. anu wus • • " : " " " Three daughters from this chapter will g _ Happy Bill Stilts, who left Jewell he was one of the proudest boys in them """k ° a "eir "w" "~';*a ....... a ,=three days of special meetings with J. • i n • • . q..'gfl ~.llld Lil I. O ~llllUll~ll III~.~V~K~ L~ • • • attend. Chapter regent's officer meet- 21 or22. Mostottenthesolstace so Countyin1890,wasbackmthecounty town. WalterColliehadanextramceherd ......................... Miller Forcade, a mtssmnary, as the-' ' 2 " , , LIIUII lleW IIUIIIU, IYU. g.,OUK WU~i UII ing in July, Kansas state regent's tea in June 20 or 21. It won t be on June.2 agam and still laughmg, even when It seemed pleasant to have a band of 136 oizs on his Limestone farm .... ~ ...... ,h= o,.,.t. ~o~...aspeaker. . • - a ain until 2203, so rather a moot point • - " "'~ ......................... August• Then regular monthly meet- g • telling a sad story, concert in the park. Jewell had a fme R.L. McDaniel sold 120 head of h .,=, '7 io~g The Nu-Art Wig Salon at ings start in September. Conversely, the day is the shortest Manifold's Band of Beloit was en- little band this year and Mr. Bartlett, lambs on the Kansas City market They ...... ~"_'~7 P_ "'2"_."_ .......... Jamestown was the distributor of Eva • " " ~IVIII K.. F~II~ JI ~ ~II[~[~U tll~ [~I~ , ofthe earmtheSouthernHem~sphere J ! 4th celebra The chapter looked over accom-Y. . . •gaged to play at the u y - the leader, was musical clear through, averaged68poundsandbrought$16.75 for coun", ~l,~rk " Gabor and Helen of Troy w~gs. i plishments from last year, with enthu- There, this event is called the winter tion planned for Mankato. Roy Smith got the ends of two fin- per hundred Fl,,,,~ui~'~;,-t~ ,,¢ ~ ........ n ,,. Mr. And Mrs. MarshallBishop held. ; siasm for the upcoming year. Before solstice. For sclenusts and astro - The starthng news was brought to gers smashed m the speedometer cogs The Farmers State Bank of Esbon ,,~,.,.a H,,,,a a-,=,.~n ......... r ,h= a post-50th wedding anniversary open the daughters dismissed for the sum- mers, this signals the beginning of win- town that Sully Knarr was found dead of a motor car was closed by the examiners The ~'"~",~'~-": .... ~ ....... '~.:"~";,".= "" house at Burr Oak. " • . " • ~anuall farmers t..ooperauve umon • ~ mer, thank-yous were written to ser- ter. in his field He was seen discmg about June 9, 1916 amount of the loss had not been deter- M Boo a r ....... " May 23, 1996 ; • " , . g a t, president ot me • h vicemen and women, for the group to ~on~['ose ~-Ii~h School 9:30 that moming but when he didn t , .About4a.m. The bam on .the E. D. mined at press time. The bank was Boogaart Supply Company~died at ~ L~saNelson.be.gan work as t e , take to Continental Congress to dis- _ - - ~ - - answerthebiodinnerbolI S~imMeri,,is r~emecre property ourned to the r.anttaliTottahq~l~ ~anrlhattdav~ Cc~n0A~c~i'~,,in.-td.i-~,h~h~,~.K~,~.i.K~r~Well~ m$lrlCt~ourt'clerK; : b~e. ' .... almnm banquet held went lookl/m" He ~/a~/ f0iifid' about .... ground• The l~k~ple ~0f that Vlelmty i,~d~ia'7 t~r~,,,tt .... ,f~lan000 ",,,~h,~,~a, ~,,~,~ at~,~a~it' Y~ tt~ ......... ~F4~e.three high~¢llOols m Jewe ~. /mS ~tl he Wore awak~ri~! ~y ttie big blaze By ?~ffr"; ...... Cotmty graduated~56.students, o-Rock I'Iills banquet was held May 28 at the Rock had stopped to clean the mud off the me time me t~re company arnvea cattle from his big pasture after the to his brother and bought a store at., .~tt~ .........., . l allkat Mon roseRuralHighschoolalumni eightfeetfromh'ste YA%Pa y ....... '., D. Elyea sh] i l 65 head of hesoldhisintefe' tm'tli E dhllst6re .... Be Andreasen was honoredat : alumni award 2016 .............................. discandwas abouthalffmished when menose, me oam was only a snelL ,ne ................... me l.~m annual t~meralu ~,rcle-,~-n ra.=~ Jt.-oL n~gn ~t=nuuL ~.c=c wc=c ................... , water supply tailed. Jewen. in lV,~amet~oogaartcompany ,, _. ~_,a _. ~,__,__.._ °h- wa^ • neat from me tire KIIIPAI Will ~neney s • banquet nero at wtuamatt~m, o c ~-:. scholarships 61 alumnlandguestspresent.Thenoon he collapsed. . ...... 80 Years Ago entered the wholesale oce bus1- • :. :' h ..~h ........... ,~,. o~,.,.o~ ...... May 29 1896 garden anu coorea some or his dig ............. ,.gr . ~., employedlntheJewellCountyExten-~ ~ • u--,-,,~,.--a~,-a,,--,~Wa,u,-,,,-,-~,,~u- j , ~ ,. . ~. ,,~ ~ .. .. June/4, I~.)D ness. ~t me ume ot ms aeam, me . r,rr, " ., es cau ht her heel trees HwasnomaJeweunaaannenre slon vlrlce Mankato-Rock Hills AlumniAsso- rant. The classes honored were 1937, Mrs. Fred Jam g " . ...... Miss Alice Kinchelee of the Ionia company owned 13 stores and sup- "June 6 1996 ~i ciation will award 34 $200 scholar- 1939, 1940 and 1941• The MRHS and fell down the cellar with a crock of comply out me, town needed a n,re community lost her life in an alfalfa plied 70 more .... ' ...... > t the bottom of tllarm mat coma De nearu nve mOCKS lnree Jays were devoted to cel ships thanks to the generous contribu- scholarship for 2014 was awarded to milk. She lay in a faint a ...... field, the result of a runaway team Mr. and Mrs. Steve Van Sickel were ........... ~ ~.~- i hter Mmme away Accorumg to me newspaper eDraung me iz~m anniversary o~ me tions by Mankato and Rock Hills high SamuelFlinn.Thescholarshilafor2016 the stairs until her daug " , " " , . " ,,- . . . nullin~ a mower She had lost much theooeratorsoftheJewellfuneralhome 'L school alumni and friends. Each year was awarded to Austin Durant. poured a tub of water on her mo~er, e~litor, It lsvery unsatistactory to have [alood~before being found by a mail and ambulance~service. Continued to page 7 Fred amved and satd at~arnourn oown w~monly one tourm at Memorial Day weekend time, dona- Alumni and guests attending were: About this time " " . .... - . carrier from Esbon. Miss Kinchelee ............. tions are solicited for scholarships to 1937, Margaret Balch, Ruth Jacobs his wife, drenched in water and milk otme,,peopleouttowltnessmeexclte- was conscious when found and ex- be deposited to the Mankato Endow- Holdren; 1939, Doris Jean Keeler and plastered with mud, was a real ment. ,qained she was ~diustino the harnass • • beau Mrs James said she was din4:30 in the moming is D. J. Matter's v - ~ ~, ment Association which sends the in- Jacobs, 1945, Norma Purcell Imler, ty. . . g g ............ when the team started. She was stand- n thenextta esherime to go nsnmg rte uoesn t meet dividual scholarship funds to the ap- 1946, Mary Bangs Powell, BillSmith; to post a sign advisi g m • ing in front of the sickle bar and could [\\\\\ I lt"th l l" -]l-I irn~r I propriate school to be used by the stu- 1938, Van Smith; 1949, Phyllisfainted a quart of water would be suf- ,..~ I ))J)) u s~om • • ~mm m m~m . I dent. The amount of the award de- [~~l i// ff mm pends on the donations. JI " " It II _rt Ro_ri __q • , • This is the l 6th year Mankato-Rock | oo 7 II BankandCent alNationalBank, MankatoVFWpurchased I[ 1"--" "----..."-i[ HillsAlumniAssociationhasawarded 1 l~O£q=; ~.,~t£111.~lL/'q;:;ll o t t II ~----~ .......... 2.--------.-'-- ...... .'-- •." r--C'-T-- II I~kl I~-.',J--.. I...---- ~ -7 4 r~ _ --- "' ' "=l i scholarships. Donations can be given 1 , / II 15 American flags to fly in downtown Mankato during II r.uny, dune p.r L I cheo / / rl major holidays. .umon.,Addmonal donano todefrayo II trMan.kato G i ,Par [ to this scholarship fund at Mankato Retzrement Lun Endowment Association, State Ex- maj°rh°li..days'donationsareneeded thec_st, a k :~ change Bank or to Mankato-Rock Hills , mitteeHighSch°°lAlumniAss°ciati°nc°m-members, Karen Ross, Veda [. With Cake ° / II American flags may be purchased for $40 II 'i Roe, Lisa Goodheart, Barbara Tho- | ]E'...:a---. • .... . . ° V / II OR American Flag w/name plate for $50. II .... _ _ =._I mas, JaniceMcCuneorKimPierce. 1 £IlUd t 1UlIlff t 1Noon 1 II - " II POOO vendor, t eer taaroen I : The 34 scholarship recipients with / 1 I1 Chiropractic or II their graduation year from Mankato- Rock Hills, home town and school Mankato Community Center, Mankato, Kan... [ Moonlight Workshop to purchase a flag I 1 choice are: 2004 Jenna Bleecker, An- " ,,,, Bring a lawn chair and a friend thony Gilardi Acting Studio; 2010 ryB Lucinda Christie, Fort Hays State onsored by Mankato City L online; Amanda Fleming, Washburn Law School; 2011 Ashley Lorence K- :- Ga artcher I, I • " 75! °"k{: " State; 2012 Alexandria Pierce, KU; Thank you to all the fr en sa relative lS turning :: 2013 Adam Horn, FHSU; 2014 Kyle Fleming, K-State, Devon Freeman, I ttenolng our odin I Come help us celebrate --._ ' : FHSU;" 2015 Samuel Flinn, KWU, I Wedding Anniversary L)pen House, May I with cake and refreshments Logan Schwerman, NCK Tech, Tyler Shadduck, K-State; 2016 Cedric | W ll the cards and zifts. I :J Sunda-" une 26 2 t 4 • Ballenlin, 2017 NCK Tech College, .~l j , o p.m. . . spencer Callaway, Manhattan Tech, I ~" [ "-: . 50th Weddmg Anniversary Card Shower Raymond Bryant, NCK Tech, Emily I I ........ : ...... t l Esbon Commumty Center, Esbon, Karl. Cox, KU, TylerCummings, NCKTech, It Patricia and Delbert Bird II . Dave and ' Grant Davis, FHSU, Arrow Durant, ii II KU, Ausfin Durant, KU, Wyatt Duskie, Pattie Nebraska College of Technical Ag., Alan Fettig, Colby Community Col- legei Esmeralda Fischer, KSU, Lexis Jeffery, FHSU, Tucker Johanek, Man- hattan Area Tech, Haley Kussman, CCCC, Chelsea Landreth, Manhattan Area Tech, Holden Mauerhan, KU, Taylor Morgan, undecided, Allison • Railsback, FHSU, Jeremy Simmelink, FHSU, Terri Slick, Hays Academy of Hair Design, Waude Underwood, Tulsa Welding School, BraydeWagner, NCK Tech College, Ethan Woerner, NCK Tech College• Sunday, June 19 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. Esbon, Kan. FATHER'S DAY AND WEEKEND SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Night, June 17 and 18 Wings and FF, Pizza Specials and Sandwiches Sunday, June 19 • Father's Day, n:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Chicken Fried Steak, Corn, Mashed Potatoes, Roll Menu Items L0VEWELL MARINA & GRILL 785 753-4351 .,, Come and Celebrate arl a Roe's 80th Birthdays and 10th Wedding Anniversary ay, June 26 2- 5 p.m. Mankato Community Center, 214 N. High St., Mankato, Kan. Saturday, June 25 Cards may be sent to 816W. Main Street, Beloit, KS 67420 Blackmore will celebrate their Golden Wedd/ing Annlvers ri-y They were married June 25, 1966 at the First Baptist Church, Port Hueneme, Calif. They lived in California during their earlyyears and moved to Kansas in 1973. Dave farmed in Jewell County and later opened Dave' s Gun Shop where Patti assisted in both endeavors. Retired, the couple makes their home in Beloit, Kan. Their children include Cristi Wiegers (Dan), Wamego, Kan.; Stacy Behrends (Joey), Beloit, Kan.; and a son, Benn Blackmore (Amanda), Wichita, Kan. Theirsix grandchildren include Madison and Berkley Wiegers, Remi and Reid Behrends, Kasen and Corbin Blackmore. The family will celebrate with a trip to the beach in California at a later date.