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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 14, 2016 Gerald McAtee (left) and Cregg Jeffery were the winners of the annual Jack Bradrick Memorial Golf Tour;lament at Mankato Country Club. the Pin on Tee Shot went to Paul community' s Lincoln Days. He was so LaRoque 45", No. 4 Closest to the Pin well received that he decided to con- on Tee Shot went to Louis Blase 18", tinue to give the presentations. No. 5 Longest Putt went to Robert "I enjoy doing it. It gives me the Andersonl07",andNo.9LongestPutt opportunity to tell people about our to Rollin Roth 126". All meals for the tournaments were served by the Rock Hills High School DanceTeam. Mankato Country Club's next tournament will be Aug. 7 with their 27 hole three person scramble. cause of the hail storm we had earlier. Bill and Marilyn Taylor, Kansas City, called on Bettty James. The Taylors were on their way to Colorado President's life," said Bums. for the summer. prThe opportunity to enact the life of The Willmeth family held a family esident Lincoln, had lead him into reunion at the Community building schools where he has taught several Sunday. history classes about Abe Lincoln. There was even a video made for the Smithsonian Museum about a year and a half ago. Bums has presented his enactments all around Kansas as well as in Texas, LeighAnna Johansen was here from Nebraska to spend a few days with her mother Karen Mattesou. Saturday the J-Janes took their yearly trip to Bennington. At the Jewell Apartments the birth- with Karis, Cooper, Grayson and Center, Kan., Friday to attend Lane Kingston, Olathe, plus Bret and Lucie Koster's wedding. Crotts with Rex, Eleanor and Char- lotte, Garden City. Sunday another great grandson, Roland Rex Bonjour, came to visit with his parents Nell and Sierra Bonjour, Formoso. Joe and Kerry Eilert with Hannah, Clara and Caleb attended Lane Koster's wedding Friday evening. Aaron Rose and family, Olathe, vis- ited Frosty, Kerma and Rachel Crouse Burr Oak Weather : Larry Gillett, NOAA observer.. - Temperatures _ .... High for the week ................ ....;... 96 Low for the week .................... , .... 65 Precipitation This week ............................... ... 1.50 Year todate .............................. t6.02 Saturday. They had a hot dog roast at Daily highs and lows The Quarry west of Jewell. July 6 .................................... 96 68 Iowa, Colorado and Illinois. In the days of Marilyn Bourbon and Darlene Happy birthday to former Jewell July 7 91-65 years before semi-retirement, Bums Thompson were celebrated, area resident Kathryn Eilert, who cel- July 8 89,65 "I don' t give the same presentation Lane Koster and Marah Hayes were each time. I free lance whatever comes married in Clay Center, Kan., Friday to my head," said Bums. One gentle- evening. Lane is the son of Brian and man told him that he had seen the Sherry Koster, rural Jewell. Several enactment of Abe Lincoln four differ- familymembersfromtheareaattended ent times in four different locations the event including Brian and Sherry and he had learned something new Koster, Sheridan Koster, Nancy each time. Headrick, Frosty, Kerma and Rachel Crouse; Bill and Verla Roe, Keith and Bethany l~oe all of Mankato; Nell and Jewell By Robem Holdren Sierra Bonjour with Roland, Formoso; Melinda Rose and Becky Ost, Manhat- was acarpenter by trade.After starting Lois Hodges, Manhattan, is here ebrated her 100th birthday in Beloit July 9 .................................... 86 69 the Abe Lincoln in first person enact- visiting her motherlMildred Reece. Sunday. The celebration was attended July 10 .................................. 91 70 ments, Bums now helps a local farmer Elizabeth Reece s daughter is visit- by several from Jewell and Mankato. July 11 .................................. 94 73 and gardens, ing her. Bob and LoIn Abram were in Clay July 12 .................................. 94 65 Enjoy your time at the 39th Annual Jewell County Antique FarmMachinery Show and Threshing Bee M ato Country A memorial service " fin Francis tan; Heather Wilber, Concordia; Bar .qt dv and R Hv andcelebratelndependenceDay With Bob Fitzsimmons nono g ......... : _a.ur_a] ..un..ay • " ...... ld SaturDarn Lunrs, uverlanO l"arK; Aaron ano Club hosts annual 20 teams registered, final scores were and Phyllis ........... wmmem was ne - lernrtose'~ ........ wlmr~ans,~ooper, ethodist Lirayson July 16 and 17 splitintothreeflights, withthreeplaces ]. tncohl tmversonator day mornmg at me umteu ,,a t:i,o t,, f hth . ..a summer tournaments paidineachflight In the Second Flight . -- . : ..... Church. 7"-.'"=~ ...... ~:'=" -:7 ..... "~ • - ." ...... tos' eutattnrea"maoee "" --in made for Bible LUCre ~rotts wlm Kex, meanor ann June 4, the Mankato Country Club all tlaree places tleo wl~ a score ot O~ le"~ ~ finns are oe g C~h~d,,.,~ r-.~ a,~., c.,.. hosted the Jack Bradrick Memorial and ties were broke by handicap holes Starting at noon Saturday and con- School. " .......... ¢2,.= on the scorecard Third place went to tinning until about 12"45 p.m. Steve Youcanhearthesoundoehammers _ IVUI1--I H.ARVESTll ( AND [ ,EPAIR Tw6 Person Golf Tournament. Strong • " ...... "' .... n ........ t Jewell as there grmmcnnuren wsu mm m t~emlt ~at- northwindsmadethecourseplaymuch Brian and Kristi Badger, second to uumswmoeenactmgAoeLlncomo bemguseamrougnou urd~.,in~h,a~.,.^ ...... .~,~.....~D..... S longer and more difficult than Adam and Matt Badger, andfirstplace the Showmobile stage located in the are several roofs being replaced be- "~' ....... ~ ................. J~W~[[, Kan ~85-428-3412 " " went to Larry Zsuesics and Louis Mankato City Park during the 39th usual. With nine teams in attendance, Blase. In the First Flight, third place annual Jewell County Historical Soci- 1~ the teams were split into two flights, went to Joyce Hake and Rollin Roth ely Threshing Bee II w n/tn w~/,.,~m= =,,,~n,,,,,,, - with two places paid in each flight. In • -1 ............. ,v with a 66, second went to Mark Hurd Bruns began depicting our past II ~-~L.¢¢.~=~ j~ the first flight second place went to and Gerald McAtee with a 66, and first President about seven years ago The I Jb-WFI I COIINTY HIRTIqRICA/. 13P.Ig'rv We welcome you to the: Rick Diamond and Ashley Clark with .' .... I ( ........................... place went to Kevin and Adam acUvlty .startea soon alter ne grew a I[ /~ ....... ~.~ .~ " " a 75 and first place to Travis Koester Simmons with a 65. In the Champion- beard. After several trimmings, Bums I[ (~-~;~- ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY SHOW ~-i~F/~ antique Farm ..... and Brian Shulda with a 73. In the ship Flight, third placewentto Heather and his wife noticed how much he I I .... Championshipflightsecondplacewent Hancock and Paul LaRoque with a 62, looked like Abe Lincoln. His attireto II AND THRESHING BEE M " to Mark and Wanda Hurd scoring 68, achlnery Show. :: and~first place overall went to Cregg TravisKoesterandBrianmhuldatook fittheerahasgatheredapiecehereand [[ ~7~1[1[ L(~ and Threshing Bee second place w th a 62, and the overall" piece there with some coming.., from Ill Sv/76/oygmTdaV 0/76/ano Oatllf6/cT R //rdav ............ .lilly ¢R and ¢7 JefferyandGeraldMcAteewithaf'mal winners were Josh and Riley Sholtz mercantileshopsthatspec~ahzemdated II- " "" - score 67. witha59. Pin prizes for the day were clothing. His first appearance as Abe II 785.378-3095 i June 19 Mankato Country Club -- " " "" .... - r ManKmo, an. See you in the _ continued their long standing tradition awarded as follows;No 3 Closest to Lincoln was in Lincoln, Kan, forthat 11 I¥1(il II flLl,$ 1--AUlU ...... of hosting their Father's Day Open Ii Mankato City Pa}k[: G61f Tournament. This is one of the 11 - A Touchstone Energy® very few tournaments in the area with Comedom. " us at the I I We welcome you.to an Open format, or"play your own ball the Cooperative format," which can make for some ? ~1/ challenging play. Twenty-fivegolfers Jewell ounty Jewell County Threshing Bee P,O. Box 339, 3075B US Hw; 24, Beloit, KS67420 cameouttotesttheirskillsonthewarm " 785-53@1601 Toll Free 800-530-5572 day. PlayersweresplitintothreeflightSwith:threeplacespaidineachflight. In Threshing Bee [ Saturday add Sunday. Yourcallwill beanswered byanemployee 24/7 the second flight, third place went to Rick Diamond with and 81, second and enjoy afunfiUed weekend! [ July 16 and 17 first place to Nelson Krier with a 79. In Hidden Treasures Qmlt Sho Sam's Place Welcome to the • 785-378-8020 the First Flight, third place went to 101N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. [ -- 39th Annual Threshing Bee and: Emmet Howg with a 74, second place Esbon, Kin. to Jim Stensaas with a 71, and first place went to Ron Stanley in a tie- • Antique Farm Machinery ShoW! I breaker with a 71. In the champion- I ~ Pl~,~,~-t,~nA~h,~ I ship flight Jason Ortman took third [ [ Come check out the 39th Annual . Saturday & Sunday: place with a 67, Cregg Jeffery earned overallthesec°ndplacesp°twitha65'andtheopen championship went to I ~dl~"~;="" I 1~ Jewell County Historical Society July 16 & 17 thirdFranciSMankat°tournamentTatr°c°untryWith a 63.oftheClUbyearhOStedwith theirtheir [ ~'~o~ =d" I Antique Farm Machinery Show $i I SatU in Bee .... ! I ' and Threshing Bee mmelink J~ty 4 two person scramble. The course was infullpatrioticglorywithAmeri- WHELCHE cO __ ~;~~ ....... Plumbing canflagsflyinghighateveryteebox, I ,.;L;;___ I t ,, Saturday-Sunday, ]uly l6-I7 ......... as well as on the 9th green. Unseason- [ ._W,_a,.,_ KF _ [ L NSTRUCTION ably cool temperatures and recent rains ~_, :_ n~ made for a gorgeous day to play golf Kenneth Whelchel Esbon, Karl. • 785-545-5515 785-786-3721 765 G Ave., Mankato, Kin. Welcome to ©h k out tT::E . Ill Jewell County Threshing Bee _ .,. i ]oin us for fr e entertainment at , the 2016 Jewell County all the machinery, IIIhas something for everyone. The J¢ well County Threshing Bee[ cars, food stands III Threshing Bee and and exhibits at the III Come see what it has Antique Farm -"1 -- nt Alwaysa III in store for you! Machinery Show_.._ II1 I greattime -- Saturday & Sunday, July 16 & 17 W~ =°='°" Threshing Bee. " '" Phone Archer Oil Dealer, Car, Truck and Tractor Repair Farm, and Crop Insurance ' III F&RMWA¥ ,,,,, I-----I , . CREDIT UNION | Caleb Mahin Don s Auto Body and Tow, ng LLC III - __ 102N. commercial st., ! I, I[ len In:spair Mankato, Kin. Ill B I Mankato, KS 66956 ' 785-259-5658 Burr Oak, Kan. 785-647-5871 Ill e oit-Lincoln-Mankato-Osborne wwwfarmwaycu ¢om 803 H Rd, Esbon, Kan. 785-786-3771 Come see the Chainsaw Carvings and all the other ! events that are at the Jewell County Threshing Saturday & Sunday - July 16 & 17 in the Mankato City Park Telephone & Cable Glen Elder, Kin. 785-545-3215 Welcome to the Jewell County Threshing Bee Saturday & Sunday July 16 & 17 SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO, SO MUCH TO ENJOY! Jewell County Hospital LTC 785-378-3137 Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 785-378-3511 Don't miss all the attractions at the 39th Annual Jewell County Historical Society Antique Farm , Machinery Show and Threshing Beet Saturday and Sunday, July 16"17 County Farm Bureau Association Pam Wirth - Mankato, Kan. 66956 * 785-37P 927 Welcome to the ms Saturday & Sunday, July 16 & 17 Food, Fun, Music, Car Show, Chainsaw Carving and Much More! rig, Jewell, Kin. Your Pioneer Seed Representative for all of Jewell County Darrell Bohnert* Damon Bohnert 785-428-3238 Make plans to attend the 39th Annual Threshing Bee and Antique Farm Machinery Show Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17 115 W Jefferson, Mankato, Kin. • 785-378-3192 Landmark Implement is proud to be a supporter of "all the exhibitors JOHN DEERE 910 W. HWY 36, Smith Center, Kin.. 785-282-6601 t