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RECORD T-hui-sday. July 17. 2003 Donald Jacobs marry ;0 Elizabeth Hanson and Jacobs were married Harmony United Meth- Mankato. Pastor Laura .'DAM. were Katie Bowers and The bride's per- rl Owen. Cash, Tony Shane Hillman. Katie Jacobs and Myriah Jacobs at- guest book. are at home in Mankato. Hill during the Sunday morn- service at the Olive Hill Selah, Sue and Jaclyn ampa, Idaho, and Jerry and Mankato. Special music duet by Jamie and Marie sang "Amazing Grace" Me Lord." Ushers were and Roger Wilton. Don will be the guest as David and Carol ion. was a Sunday through and Mitchell Olson, While there she ca'red .for and Paul are the a son, Keller Charles, born hospital. Herbert guest in the Olson helped care for the new Clyde Schuster, Johnson visited in the and June Frasier, Supe- and Loma Wilton, Wendy, t Harris, Burr Oak, tg themFriday" : Clarence and.Ila Wilton. , Terry, Janice and Leon and The group went out for the birth- and Leon. Winslow called at of Gerald and Jacquline Schuster, Sue and Jaclyn and Richard Schuster, are at the home of Zelda va Esslinger, New and Vera Thomp- were Saturday visitors Roe attended the Linsay Stenson and Wade Saturday evening. The are former residents of toy Bry were Satur- Juniata. Riley, took her Dye, to Hastings Satur- a cafe and later and Mr. and Juniata. guests of Twila Cool were Rich&d Schuster. Sue Johnson and july 20 Noon Community Center Luck dinner the :re Social Benefit /17 of 2002 return to Jean Blair Kan. Jaclyn, Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, Start and Carla Green, Kenneth and Jean Schuster, Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster. and Tonya and Walker Cool. Linda and Bruce Preston, Fort Collins, Colo., left last Tuesday after visiting a few days with her mother. Dee Ross. John Harvey took his father. Robert Harvey, to Salina for a medical ap- pointment. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were dinner guests of Richard and Gloria Garman-Schlaefli at a Superior cafe. Dennis Dye, Hebron, and Robert harvey visited Vera Dye. Jim and Marlene Stone visited in the homes of Norma Imler and Rita Lacey, Juniata. John, Sandi, Randee and Ryan Roe. Holdrege, were Sunday evening visi- tors of Roger and Carol Roe. They all had supper at a Superior cafe. Robert Harvey visited at the home of Arthur and Lorine Cockroft, Man- kato. Kenneth and Margaret Cool visited Twila Cool. Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Zelda Schuster had dinner at a Superior cafe and visited later in Zelda's home. Jerry Ha~emeyer, Webber, Carl Collins, Burr Oak, Sherry, Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer, Janice and Rodney Ward attended the Nuckolls County Kids Rodeo, Sunday evening at Nelson. Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward participated in the rodeo. Sunday dinner guests of Kenneth and Jean Schuster were Zelda Schuster. Richard Schuster, Clyde Schuster, Sue and Jaclyn Johnson,Twila Cool,Tanya and Walker Cool. Linda and Robert Brahmsteadt, Stan and Carla Green, Jerry, Michelle and Kennedy Cool, Cind);, Jason and Tristan Sis. Brenda and Nicholas Thornton, and Matt, Me- lissa. Harley ~/nd Wyatt Schuster. Rain is needed. The corn. milo. soybeans an,= alfalfa crops need inois- ture. and are burning up. Callers the past week in the Hasemeyer home were Larry Weath- ermen, Carl Collins, Jo Ann and John Rogers, Janice. Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward. Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Joan Reiber, Springfield, Ore., Joyce Ritter and Audrey Young at- tended church at the Christian Church in Lebanon. The way to Maude Keller's 100th birthday event was marked with red and white decorations, put up by Lance McDoweil and Shelly Findley. At the event, Maude' s granddaughters. Nicki and Bobbi, sang " Amazing Grace" Joe Befort sang "Happy Birthday," as fornia, attended. Maude received over 100 cards. A total of 102 guests at- tended. Her daughters, Audrey, Joyce, Lucile and Charolette and Joan Reiber, Shelly and Megan Findley helped with serving. Joan Reiber and Audrey Young took Maude Keller on a drive to Lebanon and showed Joan homes were relatives had lived. They went to Downs for dinner and visited with Edna Boden. In the afternoon Dorintha Standley vis- ited Maude. Dorintha had recently been in the hospital for surgery and is home recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Tob Colby andRhonda and Carie and Taz celebrated Tob's birthday at the Jeweli Lake Saturday. Steven Obert and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to Hutchinson Sat- urday to the wedding of their grand- son, Ryan Luke to Jessica Howitz. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Larson, Kristen and Haley, and Brian Obert stopped by the Oberts on their way home from the wedding. While at Hutchinson the Oberts visited Vickie Wineland their cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Marihugh were accompanied by guests from Is- rael when they attendedMaude Keller' s birthday event: Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levi and sons Ariel and Joni from Jerusa- lem. I Northbranch By Ruth Glover Worship service began Sunday morning with announcements by the pastor. Ken Smith. Greeterwas Heather Richardson and song leader was Susan Janda. Ushers were Luke Scholtz, Kelly McNichols, and LaVae Glover. Special mpsic was a solo by a visitor, Jerry Frisbee, with Erma Dillon at the piano. Ken and Lila Smith returned from a vacation in Colorado and California. Their son, Jason, met them in Colo- rado at a family reunion and accompa- nied them to California to visit another son. Bud Lewis, Colorado, has been here visiting his sisters, Loyce Jeffery and Lonnie Buckley and their families. Glen and Patsy Warner went to the Jim Page home to help qelebrato4Nl~i~ days. The Pages axe Glen's aunt and uiacle. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery and Mark Jeffery and family, went to Royal, Neb., to attend the wedding of Megan. Hughes. Megan is the daughter of Juel and Randy Hughes and granddaughter of Kermit and Loyce. Lonnie and Earl Buckley also attended the wedding on Saturday. LaVae and Ruth Glover were at the home of Christi and'.Jerry Fausch to help celebrate the seventh birthday of Garrett at a barbecue. Others present Don Johnston. Guests of Glen and Patsy Warner were Wayne and Pat Warner, Okla- homa, and their son, Wes, and two children, Alex and Winston. Tim and WandaWarner and Allison joined them for supper. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck accompanied the Herschel Smuck fam- ily, Iowa, to Colorado, where they vis- ited Norman's sister, Velma Rice. Reece family meets for picnic reunion The annual Reece family picnic was held at the Jewell County Lake June 28, with a potluck dinner, visiting and picture taking. The family remembered Lewis Reece and Betty Newton, both de- ceased. Birthdays of Sharon Snook and Eugene Humphrey, born July 3 were honored. Fern Tucker baked a cake for both of them. Those present were Corkey and Maddline Reece. Pueblo, Colo4 Edna Dean, Thorton, Colo.; Jason Humphrey, Littleton, Colo.; Sharon Humphrey, Solomon; Larry Reece, Edwin and Virginia (Reece) Clark, Chris Gardner and Sharon Snook, all of Jewell; Mary and Jerry Glenn, Sharon Glenn, Erica Glenn and Spen- cer Sexon, Newton; Calvin and Lois Hodges and Carl Williams, Manhat- tan; Mildred Reece, Randall; Patty Wil- liams, Florence; Stan, Loretta and Static Humphrey, Salina; James Humphrey, Assaria; Jim and Rhonda Humphrey,Concordia; RebeccaWatts, Nicheas Watts, Katincie Der,eck Watts and Cody Lyon, Kansas City, Fern and Buford Tucker, Ionia; Tim and Gerry Mumm and Tinn Mumm, Beatrice, Neb.; Lora Saxon, Gerry Saxon and Spencer Sexon, Ogallaha, Neb.; and Alice On-, North Platte, Neb. Powells gather in South Dakota x The semi annual reunion for the Gene ahd Nellie Powell descendents was in C~ster, S.D. July 4, 5, and 6. A total of 3~[ family members attended. Attending were GayJ. Hancock; \ . Terry and Ruth Ann Arnold, Andra and Chelsie and two guests Laura, Potuna and Jake Steue, Colorado; Roger and Janifer Ellis, Florida; Fred and Betty Klatt, California; Jerry Powell, Colorado; Alan and Jall Powell, Arizona; Jeri Powell, Colorado; David Hammill, California, and David III, Texas; Randy and Marilyn Pierce, Colorado; Jeremy and Kimberly Pierce and Maylinn, Colorado; Bryan and Janelle Pierce, Colorado; Daryi and Carol Powell, Arizona, and grandchil- dren; James and Darylann Durkee and Braden Chawez, Colorado; Enid Price, Kansas; Mary Casseil, Nebraska; Don and Annette Carlson, Wisconsin; Keirsten Grunwalt, Sidney and Tay- lor, Texas; Irene Barker, a guest, Colo- rado; and Bud and Ceritta Whitfiedd, guest, Colorado. Dauner presents UMW program Cathy Dauner presented the pro- gram "Deeds in Faith," when Har- mony United Methodist Women met recently. Shirley Snider presented de- votions. Joys and concerns were expressed and routine business was conducted. Rosalie Menhusen read from the Prayer Calendar about Carla and Ted Warnock, VIM workers in Haiti. Roma Grout asked those who went on the field trip "trash to treasurers" in McPherson to share their experiences. Patsy Magelsson collects castoffs and donated materials which she uses to construct items which she donates to missions. She then gives it all away for mission. The UMW received money from the Thrift Shop which the group voted to use for the Dollars for Young Schol- ars program. Kaufman reported about the School of Missions July 23-26 in Salina. The Mini-School will be Oct. 3-4 at Lakeside Camp. Menhusen gave a book review on "When Stars Begin to Fall" by Denise Williamson. Linda Counts gave a talk on their mission in Haiti, the TLC Barefoot School. The group approved a dona- tion for TLC. , - New Ho urslll '\ Monday through Saturday 6 a.m. to 2p.m. \ NOT~: We will NOT be open for 3rd Sunday \ dinners in July and August Village Cafe Esbon, Kan. {, * Dempsey, Mathieson engagement told Shawna Dempsey and Jeff Mathieson announced their engage- ment. Parents of the couple are Wayne and Jo Dempsey, Mankato, and Tom and Joanne Mathieson. Watson, Saskatchewan. The future bride is a graduate of Mankato High Schooland Kansas State University, Manhattan. She is cur- rently employed for Sprint as a finan- cial analysis, Dallas, Texas. The future bridegroom is a gradu- ate of Watson High School and the University of Saskatcl~ewan, Saska- toon, SK. He is currently employed at Case New Holland as a ag test engineer in Davenport, Iowa. The couple will marry on Sept. 27 at Lovewell Sate Park, Webber. I I I I Births ii Jeremy and Toni (Dewey) Lippold, Overland Park, announce the birth of their son, Drew William, born July 4. He weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Harold and Elaine Lippold, Man- kato, and Linda Dewey, Ionia. Christian Gleaners meet Christian Church Gleaners met July 7 with 10 attending. Audrey Hamilton presiding. Donna Johnson and Edith Love were recognized for serving ice cream at long term care. A thank you was received from MelissaLawrene for the wedding gifts. Hamilton reported a presentation con- cerning the Gideon Bibles would be presented at a later date. Thelma Freeman presented devo- tions and program and was hostess I Dempsey-Mathleson Bradricks win Relay for Life golf tournament Winners in the championship flight of the recent 'Relay for Life' golf tour- nament were Jack and Susan Bradrick, with a score of 61. Mike and Sherry Tiernan, were second with 63; Marty Zadina and Cathy Dauner, third with 64. Allen and Elaine Smith and Gerald and Marie McAtee were tournament managers w!th proceeds going to 'Re- lay for Life. Don Andersdn and Jack Bradrick prepared the course. Winners in the first flight were Allen and Elaine Smith, 70; Lyle and Vir- ginia Rightmeier, 72; Gordon Ernest and Cathy Martin, 73. All participants received a donated prize. Rebecca Circle of Harmony United Methodist Women and the United Methodist Youth served lunch. ii PRAIRIE JEWELLS a Jewelt County Book about schools and churches will be on sale at THE 3EWELL COUNTY THRESHING BEE Mankato, Kan. Also on sale at: Guaranty Bank, Burr Oak and Esbon, Kon. The Scoop, Jewell, Kan. The Buffalo Room end The JeweU County Record, Monkoto, Ken. The Superior Express, Superior, Neb. Erma D|tlon and 3eri Shute also, have them for marling ($24 includes tax and shipping) did Ron and Becky Attwood's three were Kenneth and Dorothy Lewis, tzrandchildren. Elwin and Gwen Lewis, Jared and I='Lt~'~Antique Farm Machinery Show-Threshing Bee~'-~ She received phone calls from her Ashley Lewis, all of Red Cloud, Neb.; grandsons, includingJoshuainAfrica. A.aronand Br.ook LeT:s,and' fa?ily, l ....... Sup.per Music : All her nephews, except Jim Keller, Riverton, Neb.;LilaFauseh, Daveand -'b~ndbermeces.exce~Joan'Gra,.Cah- LIzP:t';~:.,GdzdeRao~.~,-N~.;afid | Sm,th Family .,:.. | 7 p.m., Mankato Cdy Park Thanks for the cards, [ Showmobile Ill phone calls, visits and food I| |l since our June 30 accident, ill | Saturday,.July 19 III we apprecmte everyone's concern.: l[ [ D~lrtc Brenda FI,nn-DJ ' I ht [_ __Mankat City Park dni _~_ po._-o:ed bythe Mankato Retailers, .ankato, Kan~ ( Mi g Swim === === [ Mankato Clty Swimming Pool a/~ 9:30 p.m. to mldmght .,~x s3 per person (no pool passes) ~!~~1~ Brenda Fhnn D.J. Fun, games and prizes for all ages J Opemng .... and Open House of the new hm0s0 Fire Station. Building Formoso, Ka. Sunday, July 27,5 to 7 Refreshments will be servd Public is invited Sun -Mon: 12pm & 3pro Tues-fd: 12pro, 3pro, Spin & 7pm S0t= !2pm, 3pro & Spin *On Friday, July 11 at 7pro, we will show Shaekleton'$ Antarctic Adventure instead of Pulse. AlJo Showing: WILD CHIMPANZEES end DOLPHINS Call for Showlfmosl CHICAGo The family of Dale Mahaffy would like to thank our relatives and friends for the prayers and acts Of kindness at the time of the death of our husband and father. We greatly appreciate the visits, memorials, flowers, cards and food received. We thank the Mitchell County Hospital and the Jewell County Long-Term Care nurses for their tender care and the Solomon Valley H0spice for their help and support. May God bless each one. Maxine Dempuy and family wb, h to exprets their appredation and gratitude for the outpouring of concern dudng the loss of their family home. The calb, letters and prayers dudn9 this difficult time were g~eatiy appreciabd. A spacial tharik you to the Mango Rre Depart- ndm Rwcuo cmw, County Road em~ and sll othm who participated in lhe effortz. M,~ ~y Wa2ne and Jo Dempsey Lk#a andRb~ardBenson, Jan and Cad Phito Rk:hard Russe/I Family ~.j I i i Threshing Bee Beer Garden Saturday, July; 19 Mankato City Park Noon to Midnight W.ine coolers and soda wzll be sold after 8 p.m, Sponsored by the Mankato Volunteer Fire Department L ii Saturday, July 19 $,4 5:30 p.m. ~per plate per person - Drink included , Hamburger or Polish Sausage, Beans, Chips (Extra Hamburger or Polish Sausage-S130) Served by the Mankato Volunteer Fire Department Button not required for this event. I . II I I I .I 10% off continues at The Jewell!!! Discount week - July 22-26 10% discount on all specials and menu items .10% discount on clubs and orsanizations that book for eight or more for lunch or supper 10% off Senior Citizen Day (every Thursday-all day) 10% off on Kids Day (every Wednesday) Kids under 18, bring a parent in and everyone gets 10% off. NOW offering credit to our regular customers (that eat'at The ]eweU at least five times a week) Contact Jim for details[ Friday and Saturday july 18 and 19 Chili cheese burgers and Chili cheese dogs, along with our other menu items. Hope to see you at The Jewell[ "Best pan-fried chicken in north central Kansas!" The le ll Check out our web site www.the jewetl.com