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ThUrsday, June 16, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A Dispatch .y d,a d vorhago Greeters Sunday were Junior and Marideen VanderGiesen, Rodney and Belinda Arnold. Passage Sunday morning was Daniel 4:34-37. Theme was "Your Kingdom Come." Passage Sunday evening was I Thessalonians 2:1-12. Theme was "Sharing The Gospel and Our Lives." Happy anniversary to Don and Jan Koops, June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Jansen, Grinnell, Iowa, stayed the weekend with Ileen Tunis. Dianne Sees, Indian Hills, Colo., stayed the weekend with Arloa Byleveld. instead of speaking to it as God had told him to) God did not allow him to reach the promised land. After his death Joshua became their leader. God gives Joshua the promise of being with him as God leads the way. Bearing the Ark of the Covenant the whole nation crossed the river on dry ground. Twelve stones representing the twelve tribes were gathered from the fiver bed and used to build an altar as a memorial in their new land. God calls each of us to follow his directions with promises that He will provide for our needs. He doesn't do anything "just because" - He has a purpose for where He leads us. A time of open worship was expe- rienced, followed by the pastor' s clos- ing prayer. Ron Buckley, who is hav- ing his summer vacation with his Dad, Earl, was a visitor. The YPS will be having their an- Marilyn Jeffery had fun as she nual ice cream social following the watched the T-ball game at Mankato VBS program Friday. on Sunday afternoon. Her great-grand- (last week) daughter, Brecken Shulda, is a mere- Greeters Sunday were Dale and ber of the team. Kareena Herredsberg family, Dave and Kermit and Loyce Jeffery joined Jennifer Herredsberg family.Earl and Run Buckley for dinner Sun- Passage Sunday morning was Ro- day at a cafe in Mankato. In the after- mans I 1:33-36. Theme was"Hallowed noon they visited Lounie at LTC. Be your Name." Passage Sunday evening was Matthew 23:1-7, 25-28. Theme was "Image is Everything." Ionia Happy anniversary to Dan and Donna Kennedy, Dale and Kareena RodRosebroughttheSundaymorn- Herredsberg, May 29; John and Turil ing message at Ionia United Methodist Koops, May 31. Church. The message was tided"Make Happy birthday to Tate Arnold, June Up Your Mind," from scriptures I Kings l;and Dave Draayer, June 3. 18:20-39. Bob and Berta Burda were Mr.' and Mrs. Jim Veentra, Glen the greeters and Bob was the usher. Rock, N.J., stayed the weekend with Mac Johnson lit the altar candles. Ann Ileen Tanis. Colson was the pianist. Guest was Mac Johnson, Salina, who was visiting his Northbranch grandparents, Stun and Ann Colson. After the service, Rod went to Mankato By Erma Dillon to provide the message at Harmony United Methodist Church. Edith Ayres recently returned from Monday was an all church work a trip that took her to Wakefield for her day at the Mission Thrift Shop, 55thhighschoolreunion.AlsotoJunc- Mankato. Next Friday and Saturday, tion City for a cousins and kids get volunteers from Ionia United Method- together with relatives from five states, ist Church are to help volunteers from Then she motored to Jackson, Wyo., to First Baptist at the Mission Thrift Shop. see a favorite group, "The Bar J. Wran- Monday through Friday will be the glers," at their ranch for achuck wagon community vacation Bible school for supper and show. From there to Rigby, youths age three through sixth grade at Idaho, for a weekend of old time fid- the Christian Church, Mankato. dlers and other musicians, at the invi- At 8 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday), tation of Margie Collins and Ted IoniaUnitedMethodistChurchhosted Kirkpatrick, friends from Arizona. She the Jewell County Parish Administra- reported seeing lots of beautiful scen- tive Council meeting. cry along the way. Last Monday, Karen Boden helped We are sorry to report that Herb at the Jewell County VFW Auxiliary Jeffery will have to resume chemo- pie stand for which 68 pies were do- therapy this week. nated by members. The pie stand was Grant Davis was chosen and played to serve the 900 Bike Across Kansas on the All Star 8 Man Football team. participants who stopped in Mankato. There were two teams, the east and the Monday evening, Karen helped with west. Grant played on the east team. the St. Theresa's supper food booth. The fellows stayed at the NCK dormi- Frank Diemart visited Harold Shoe- tory from Tuesday until Saturday. Jean maker one day last week. Davis joined Grant's family for the Brad and Linda Kohn stayed the game onSaturday morning.Their team weekend in Abilene and attended a lost by a few points, benefit for Linda's nephew and fam- MarilynJefferyandEarleneJeffery ily, who lost their home when a toro attended the memorial service for nado struck the Abilene area a few Louise Korb at the community build- weeks ago. ing in Burr Oak Saturday. RodRoseattendedaweekofschool- Jean Davis was among the exten- ing at Aurora for lay pastors to become sign club members who entertained at local licensed pastors. Tuesday Happenings at the LTC in Dick and Gloria Schlaefli stayed Mankato. three days and nights last week trailer The Highlanders Club met Thurs- camping at Waconda Lake. Others day at the home of Patty Snow m Red trailer camping withthe Schlaeflis were Cloud. Jean Davis was among those Ron and Marie Terry and Steve and attending. Sue Hastings, all of Topeka. Another beautiful Sunday morning brought worshippers to Northbranch Last Tuesday, Karen Boden went Friends Church for Sunday school and to Abilene with Sherri Jeffery to attend morning worship. PastorJonHarkness an Abilene VFW Auxiliary meeting. opened the service by relaying an- This auxiliary was recentlyorganized. nouncements followed by prayer time Karen is presently serving as VFW for numerous needs. Musicians were Auxiliary district treasurer. Sherri RosettaJeffery,LizJefferyandDianna served last year as district president Willitts. Serving as ushers were Walt and is currently serving as a district Willitts, Tim Warner and Mel Willitts. secretary. Liz played a piano arrangement of Sunday, Pam Carter, Cawker City, stopped and visited her parents, Coke "Amazing Grace" for the offertory, and Wanetta Wright, on her way home The special was a duet, "How Great is from visiting her sister, Annete Roth, Our God/' sung by Dianna and Pastor and family in Dorchester. Jon, with Pastor Jon accompanying on Dick and Gloria Schlaefli had Sat- his guitar and Rosetta providing piano urday lunch with David and Carol accompaniment. Themessagetext was Watters in Superior. Sunday evening, from Joshua 3 and 4 with Pastor Jon the Schlaeflis visited Garold and Bar- continuing as God leads the people out bara Ohmstede at their home in Guide of Egypt with hope of reaching the Rock. promisedland. GodhadchosenMoses Brad and Hannah Engelbert and as their leader but because of his not A.J., Lawrence, Kan., stayedthe week- following God' s directions for getting end at the home of Neva Shoemaker. water from the rock (he struck the rock While the Engelberts were here they visited Harold Shoemaker at the LTC in Beloit. Karen Boden is a regular volunteer helper at the VFW Auxiliary conces- sion stand during the summer youth program ballgames in Mankato. Friday, Chad and Pam Carter were supper guests of Coke and Wanetta Wright. Pam helped with some yard chores. Monday, Rod and Rita Rose visited their granddaughter, Dakota Rose, in McCook. Jewell By Roberta Holdren When the Bikers Across Kansas tour was in Jewell a fifth of the partici- pants toured the Palmer Museum. The Palmer Museum treated the bikers to cookes and drinks at the Scoop. Doris Smith was taken by ambiance to the Republic County Hospital at Belleville. The Jewell Fire Department an- swered a call to the Jerry Birdsell trac- tor fire. Roy and Amy Arasmith, Arian and Elva Folsom went on a mini vacation seeing some of the tourist attractions in Kansas. Lee Williams is a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital. Bret and Karen Jacobs,Hutchinson, were here a few days visiting Earl and Shirley Varney. A baby shower honoring Celcia Peters was held at the Jewell Commu- nity Center Saturday. Shawn Harding, Barnard, one of the Bikers Across Kansas, stayed last Monday night with his grandmother Carol Bourbon. Sharon Tullar and Kerma Crouse visited Windy Hill Cemetery in north- ern Harrison Township Thursday. Frosty, Kerma and Rachel Crouse visited Lauren and Virginia Roe in Superior Sunday afternoon. Sunday morning worship at the Trinity United Methodist Church was led by the North Central Church Camp participants. They prepared three skits on friendship during their camp expe- rience and presented them during the service. One skit was about the Good Samaritan and another about Jesus healing the paralyzed man. The third skit was a modern parable about work- ing together instead of trying to do everything alone. Post Rock Answers By Sandra Wick, Post Rock Extension What weed management options are available for post-emergent control to use for grain sorghum? We have been fortunate to continue to receive moisture for our spring row crops. Even though this is great, it is also bringing on weeds that can com- pete with our crops. Good crop rota- tion and herbicide selection are essen- tial components of managing weeds in grain sorghum. According to Curtis Thompson, K- State Research and Extension weed specialist, "In a wheat sorghum fallow rotation, it is essential that broadleaf (winter annual: field pennycress and mustards; warm season broadleaf: palmer amaranth (pigweed), kochia and grassy weeds do not produce seed dur- ing the fallow period ahead of grain sorghum planting. It is equally impor- tant that winter annual grasses (downy brome or jointed goatgrass) are not Seventeen campers participated in the Church in Jewell. The campers were from i Friday through Sunday North Central Kansas Church Camp. The camp was held at the Trinity United Methodist Downs, Dispatch, Mankato, Beloit, Glen Elder and Jewell. Above, they performed for Long-term Care in Beloit. allowed to head in the spring, before neric versions of these herbicides) can emergence herbicide applications can Confetti Beef Taco the sorghum is planted. Thus, aneffec- provideexcellentbroadspectrumweed be critical to minimize crop injury. Salad Recipe tive burndown should be applied prior control. Delayed applications to large sorghum to winter annuals going into the flow- Huskie, the newest herbicide regis- increase the risk of injury to the repro- l pound Ground Beef ering or heading stages." tered in sorghum should be applied at ductive phase of grain sorghum, thus l package (about 1.25 ounces) taco Most winter annuals produce seed 12.8 to 16 fluid ounces per acre with increasing crop injury and yield loss seasoning mix in April and early May. With the rains, 0.25 to 1.0 pounds of atrazine, NIS from the herbicide application. Timely 3 cups coarsely crushed tortilla chips it might have been difficult to make 0.25 percent v/v or 0.5 percent v/v applicationsnoton!ybenefitweedcon- 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese that application in a timely manner, so HSOC (high surfactantoilconcentrate), trol, but can increase crop safety. Al- l medium tomato, chopped there may be weeds present that might and spray grade ammonium sulfate at ways read and follow label guidelines, l package (12 ounces) mixed salad be challenging to insure an adequate the rate of one pound per acre to sor- greens (about 8 cups) crop stand, ghum from three leaf to 12 inches tall. Sliced ripe olives, In sorghum, proper weed identifi- Huskie alone, without atrazine, can Sliced red onion, cation is critical, as the best choice of now be applied to sorghum up to 30 Incorrect PaBsv ords Prepared ranch or French dressing herbicides will depend on the weed inches tall prior to flag leaf emergence, (optional) species present. Broadleaf weeds gen- howeveritwillbelesseffective. Huskie The guy kept forgetting his online 1. Heat large nonstick skillet over erally can be controlled with a combi- is effective on kochia, pigweed and passwords and so he changed them all medium heat until hot. Add Ground to "incorrect" so when he tried and nationofpreemergence and post emer- many other broadleaf weed species. gence applied herbicides. With the Huskie is most effective on small failed to sign on, the computer would Beef_into 3/4-inchCk 8crumblestO 10 minuteS,and stirringbreakingoc- development of herbicide resistant weeds. The larger pigweed and kochia prompt him with the message: your casionally. Pour off drippings. Stir in weeds however, this is becoming in- get, the more difficult they are to con- password is incorrect. But, password taco seasoning mix according to pack- creasingly difficult, trol. Temporary injury to sorghum is protectionintheageofelectronictrans- age directions_ remove seasoned beef I already covered the chemical op- often observed with Huskie. actions is no laughing matter, accord- from skillet with slotted spoon. ing to the Association of Mature Ameri- tions for pre emergent options in a The presence of certain weed spe- can Citizens. 2. Combine seasoned beef, tortilla previous column, solet'sfocusonpost cies will affect which post emergence The easier a password is to guess, chips, cheeseandtomatoinlargebowl. Line 4 plates with salad greens. Top emergent control in grain sorghum, herbicideprogramswillbemosteffec- thegreatertheriskthatahackerwillbe with beef mixture. Top with olives, Post emergence broadleaf weed con- tive. See the grain sorghum section in able to steal personal information, in- onion and dressing, if desired. trol products will be most effective the K-State Research and Extension cluding credit card numbers, Social Test Kitchen Tips when applied in a timely manner. 2016 Chemical Weed Control Security Numbers, bank account num- Cookingtimesareforfreshorthor- Weeds that are two to four inches tall Guide (SRP 1126) to help make the bersandmuchmore, wamstheAMAC, oughly thawed Ground Beef. Ground will be much easier to control than selection at: http://bit.ly/lrXy6XE So don't resort to "lazy" passwords Beef should be cooked to an internal weeds that are six to eight inches tall or online or at any Post Rock Extension such as the commonly used "pass- temperature of 160F. Color is not a larger. Controlling weeds in a timely District Office. word," "~" and, of course, reliable indicator of Ground Beef in- manner will result in less weed compe- The crop stage at the time of post "12345678." tition with the crop compared to wait- ternal temperature. ing too long to control the weeds. Atra- zinc combinations with Huskie, Banvel, 2,4-D, Buctril, or Aim (or ge- Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:30 a.m. to Noon * 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday - 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 to 3 p.m. Sunday - 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. irop Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-8047 John ffiend to be made. Tyler D.C. * 210 N 785-648-0080 For us, rehab/skilled care is more than providing care 24 hours a day. It's giving hope and helping overcome fear. It's having someone to talk to and relating to people as people, not patients. _rE,-,_ ::::: To learn more about Good Samaritan r"lJOOa 2S .am itan Society- Superior, call (402) 879-4791. oclet SUPERIOR All faiths or beliefs are welcome. MACHINERY, GUNS, MISC. Monday, June 20, 2016 5:00 p.m. | Sale Location: 2 Miles North of Jewell, then 2 3/4 Miles West on K Road to 160Road, then 2 Miles North, or from Mankato, KS, 4 Miles South on 160 Road. FARM MACHINERY 1969 JD 4020 Diesel Tractor, with Ansel Cab, 3 PT, 18.4 X 34 Rear Tires, 10.00x16 Front Tires, Synco Range Transmissions, Set of Tire Chains To Fit Traclor Hesston 5580 Big Round Baler Krause 4900 24 ft. Tandem Disc w/22 in. Blades & 0 in. Spacing JD 709 3 PT, 7 ft. Rotary Mower IHC Pull Type Steel Wheel Mower Large Steel Wheel Dump Rake 3 PT Ferguson 7 ft. Disc Tumble Bug GUNS Winchester 1300 12 ga. Pump Shotgun Winchester Model 70 25.06 High Power Rifle w/2.3 X 7 Power Scope FUEL TANKS 1000 Gal. Fuel Tank w/Electric Pump 100 Gal. Pickup Fuel Tank w/12 Volt Pump SHOP TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS Sanborn 60 Gal. 220 Volt Air Compressor w/Hose Lincoln 225 Arc Welder Acetylene Welding Torch w/gauges Wissota Bench Grinder Craftsman 12 in. Band Saw on Stand Craftsman Electronic Radial Arm Saw, 2.5 hp Electric Cement Mixer 4 Wheel Low Boy Trailer 8 ft. Wide, 16 ft. Long PTO Wind Power Generator Model 25-15P22 On Trailer Yard Machine 5 HP Rototiller 200 Amp Battery Charger 6 & 12 Volt Battery Charger Wagner Power Paint Sprayer Large Assortment of Hand Tools Log Chains-- Clevises Hand Post Hole Digger 25 ft. 220 Volt Cord Shop Vac, 18 Gal. 2 Trailer Jacks Aluminum 6 ft. Step Ladder 24 in. Crescent Wrench Saw Horses Wood Chisels Jumper Cables 2 Way Radios Air Impact Wrench Siot~ Air Driver Craftsman 1/2 in. Drill Makita Sander Craftsman Router w/bits Baler Belt Splicer Air Sand Blaster Kit Metal Welding Table w/vise Tool Belt -- Pipe Cutter Bronze & Cast Iron Welding Rod Crescent Wrenches Volt Amp Tester Extension Cords Wall Cabinets with Washers, Bolts, Supplies Car Ramps -- Pitch Forks Garden Hoe -- Fence Stretch Aluminum Scoop Shovels Hydraulic Lines -- Air Hose Shop Light -- Metal Roller Stand 5th Wheel Plate w/ball Concrete Bull Float Pole Big Bale Frame, Fits Farm Truck 24 pc. of 36 in. x 16 ft. Galvanized Tin 200 New Bricks 30) 5 ft. Steel Post 25) 6 ft. Steel Posts Lawn Sweeper 50 Wire Mesh 16 ft. Panels, 34 in. Tall Small Wire Mesh Panels w/Metal Frames 16 ft. Solid Panel, 3 ft. Tall 6 X 6 and 4 X 6 Lumber, 12 pcs. 9) 8 ft. Wood Posts Dog Chute on Rollers 2 Metal Yard Chairs Hog Wire Stretcher Hand Garden Cultivator No. 2 and No. 3 Victor ]raps Badger Bunk Feeder Sign Horse Collar w/Haines Framed Mirror Hame Hat Rack 8 Belt Buckles Small Hand Painted Saw Blade Tobacco Can X-acto Set New ~ Rain Suit Richardson Folder Live Traps Bissel Sweeper Plumbing Parts Portable Propane Heater Car Wash Brush Crow Bars Electric Fence Insulators 4 Fiberglass 50 Gal. Barrels SELLERS: KENDALL & MINDY OST These And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention Terms: Cash - Nothing removed until settled for - Not responsible for accidents Sale conducted by: Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate AUCTIONEERS= Gerald Zimmer & Curt Christians Beloit, KS 67420 .. (785) 738-2010 (OFFICE) -. (785) 738-2133 (RESIDENCE) (785) 738-8677 (Cell) - (785) 738.5800 (Auction Palace) - 1-800-577.7336 Email us at gzare@nckcn.com.Web: www.zauction.palace.com www.facebook.com/zimmerauctionpalace t