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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORO ~er r~union held at ~to Uds year T'r, mmual B, ekex manion w~ held in Manl~to this year. Those a.ending we-re Glema and Jani~ T~ker. Denver Colo.: KevinandToni Standley, Brim- don Stanley, atl of Osborne; Kcnmth Standley. Lebanon; Linda Selvage, l~d Cloud; D lbert argl Krintirat and girls, Lawrence. Neb.; Kent, FJica and Kylie Rahmeier, Sylvan Grove; [saiah ~n. Lincoln, Kan,; Robert and Diana Feldmaan and l"risten Stand~ey, all of Smith Centee; Kimmie Standley. Beloit: Loci Carter. Longfoed; Anastas+a and Mel WilliKs, BuJ'r Oak; Merrill and Anna Sland lay. Dan, Kylie, and Knox Ellen, Shirley Bucker. Dub l,]atfield, Malt, Houston and Maverick Bucker. Nick and Cindy Becker, AugtLstUS May+ John Tyler, Neff Marilou Beaker, and Belly Reeker, all of Mankato. Harmony UM Church congregational notes Pianist Ly]e Daumer opened the worship service Sunday with "It Is Well." During the childtm, n*s sermon, Pastor Gerry Sharp asked if the year was half over at if we still have half a year to enjoy, He s~id our allilude of Impe and faith matters, He gave each child a small calendar for 2016. He said haft of the months am gone, hut the pictures and the Bible verses ~re forever. A[yssa Davis Id the cay, dles an the altar. Scripture refere~e was Ames 8:l-t2. In this Bible story, the poor were being cheated anddefmeded, But Jesas taught to help those in need. We all need to practice generosity, /oys and concerns were shar~L mvJ Pastor Gerrylifmd up those ceacP.J'ns in peaycr, Total of 722 entries exhibited at 2016 Jewell County Fair A total of 722 en~ s were exhib- ited in the 2016 Jewel1 County Fail, then e~aluated by out of county judges who awar~d ribbons and constructive comments for each exhibit. A new event this year was thejack- put barrel race. provided by the Jewel[ County Saddle Club. Quentin Underwood, counly fail board chair- man, amtboard member, Josh Bohnert. L,sa Boyles, Lira G,m~$hearL David Graham. Larq, Langer, Tom Man-and Bryan Reinen. approved premium checks t,1 he paid it+ all exhibitors by Nadine Raflshack. treamtrer. Pu~le ribbon 4-H exhibits are eli- gible to exhibit (providing them is a class) at the upcoming 2016 Kan~s State Fair, "Bias1 Call.'" to be held in Hutchinson ~pl. ~-18. The ro.'ipients of this year',~ KRFS Radio Brownfield Network Yt~uth Thursday du4y 2t, 2016 ~arefl Mauerhan'scoffecti0n of S~mw=,ons cha ra~ters are ondisplay during the month of July at the Mankato City Ubra~'. Tln'etdahlg bee winners annotmced Winners in the washer hun1 game were as follows: Salur0ay - l~t, AJ. BackfisK 12twrenc . Kan.: 2nd, Ha- ven Sil shy. Topeka; 3rd, Tyler Hanson. Mank.ato: 4th, Annika Ruthstrom. Osborne; 5th, Clayton Underwood, Belo~t;6th, Ca|co B~:k. Mankato, Sun- day - Ist. 7~kty Dean. Mankato; 2nd, Soren Stratman, Topeka; 3rd. Vanesm Underwood, Beloit; 4th, Ransom Col~n. Jewell'- 5th, Nick Cot.~n, Jcv,~e]]: 61~. Tale Sehwe-nnan, Bdoit. B~ky Burgess, Esbon. was lucky ticket holder, winning the 1930 FarmaJl C 1lactor an4 plow donated by the Jewell County Historical Society, Eli Koops, rural Downs. with the help of G~ Calvin Bohnerl, won G'te pedal lyar, toc donaled by Jewell Implement and the Je well County His- torical Society. Earrings, donated by See Shea of Phtmnix Gallery. Lawrence, K~ were w,-m by Korea Boden. [onia, Flags may be bought for downtown or personal home use This will be an ongoing option for the community to either purchase an American fla~ to hang on the light p~leg in the b[tsinc~s di ~trict, or a flag may be purcha~d for personal use. [f individuals want a flag Io personally hang at their home they will need to ~sig~ate a s such al the lime of pur- chase sothe flag is not keptatthe VFW for display in the business district. Following ~s a gist of purchasers. Anonymous- All American Veterans. 2. Anonymou.~- All American Veter- ans. 3. Dr. John Tyler- Alva Tyim. 4. Don Walker- All American. Veterans. 5. Gerald McAtee - Betty McAtee, 6, Betty B~cker - Wilhur Backer. 7. Anmtymous- (no memorial), g. Joann Davis - Dean Davis. 9. Anonymous - (no ~fial. 10. John and Jeanne B|eecker - (no memorial). I !. Kendall and Mindy Oat - Mike and Maxin RaJfeay, George a.l"gl Matt ie Marshall. 12, Steven and Terri Melby - Sgt- Aaron Melby 82rid Ai.rbome, 13. Steven and Terri Melby - Sgt. Aaron Melby's friends - Brothers in Arms 2-325 82rid Airborne, 14, Freddy Mta'phy - Sh'mley Murphy. 15. BulIalo Roam - AU Amed- can Veterans, 16. Botch and Betty Th- omit, on - All American Veterans. |7. Sarah Schlotterbeck - All Amp'it-an Veteran. 15. Rick and Sheila Dia- mond - (no memorial). Waeoada ][,ake WR/U~ ~ cost sluure applications sought Wacomla Lake Watershed Rcs4o- carton and Protection S~rategy (VeRAPS) program cost sha~e applica- tiotts ant currently being accepted. The practices eligible for cmt share are lenaces, terrace rebuilds+ waterways, alternative water supply (must ir, clade livestock exclusion) and critical a~ea plandng. Contact the fewell County conser- vation Disn'ict for morn information. Funding for dt, e development of this plan was provided through an EPA grant from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Seandia UMWwffi host China Scandia UMW will hast their an- anal China show. beginning at 5 p.m. oa Aug. 14 in the basement of Scandia United Methodist Church. A light suppel will be serveJJ, how- e~ palxons aJx~ urged income early to wonder dm~gh the tables to see the china- Program will be storytelling by the Unlikely Brother* Max Rickard and Anion Reeves. Far ~ser.vations. contact Sharon Kirk. Averie Gfitten or Belinda Robison. Jenna Bleecker producea ~hort Descry, a short fi|m cowritten and preducedby Jenna B]~ ker with Dave Yohe and Thomas Spider t~t-]st,qropjc Films and Jason GoMberg has been accepted as an official ~leclion of the 12lh Anneal HolJyShons Film Fcsli- val at 1he historic Grauman's Chtr~.se Theater ~mple~ in Hollywt~l. Ca- lif Aug. I I through 20. The HollyShorLs Fd m Fcsl, va I is an annual shozt film festival slmwcasing short films hum around the world. "l~e event is ~dk'aled to the advancement of filmmakerg through a series of screenings, question and answer ses- sma.s and networking evenm The fes- tival showcases films t~ting 4(} min- utes or Jess, in addition to ~r ot~r work on the film, Bleacher did tl~ casting foe the ['tin) am4 was in d~ film along with Aminat Oduntmk, Quincky Ndekwe, Kathie Chaa,Wilson Ama~io Ramirez, Headmr McPhaui and Ger~ Smith. Inspired by the 1964 Obie AwavJ winning play "'Dutchman," written by Amiri Baraka {born LeRoi Jones) as a political allegory describing black, white relations, Descry is set in pr .sent day America and is expa 'p.ded to in- c]udc our country's more div4L'P~ ra- cial makeup. A college studem trie~ to enjoy lunch at a diner. As the film unfolds, the nmnifesmeion of both his experiences and fears about identity come alive in a seri~s of explosive confrontations with the other cttstom. el's+ Jerma, is a 200g graduate of Kansas University. She starred in the play 'Dutchman" during her studies at Lawrence. She is ~ daughter of John and Jcamm BIeecker. Mankato. Friendship Meals I July Z5-29 Monday - meatloaC m~hed pota- toes, candied carrots, applesauce. Tuesday - mixed vegetables, mari- nated tomatoes, fruit, muffins. Wednesday - chicken salad sand- wich. cucumber and onions, baked beans, peaches. Thursday - liver and onions, ham- hu.tger steak, baked polatn, brock, oil+ frail Friday - masted turkey, ~tazoc + gravy, creamed peas. oranges, pin~ apple. Meals delivered by the Christian Church. Sheryl Tlee retires Continued from ~ge "Many of the customcr~ a~J like family to me. Some of tim ladies have Ix-ca with me sira:e Jennifer was a baby including Bath Snyder, Joan Dean mid Anne Psi/" said Sheryl, Sberyl said she and her customers have gone through many happy times together and al,~ many hard tinlcs. Her profession has taken her [,0 INII-I'DBS' private homes when they were dealin~ with health problems. ~,~~~-~~ In Memory Of Calvin Mallory 12-1fl-39 In 7-24-13 1.eadershipav, ard~ar,: EnldyCoaaad A m,~estone - 1 Your life was a bie.ssing, s5 carry out Joe Doyle s You, memory a treasure Rtmnd n=bin winner this )-ear was Haley Kussnmn. Su =~umemarkel beef ~ -- v You are loved beyond words Da,~ , winner wa'~.~ak Un@rwt~vJ, Supr~me t~ )~L g And mts~l bex'tmd measure mad~tho~winnerwaxIa ohSp,ege 1 -- 80th Blrthdav Party . - . ~' > r, ~ . v You, made thiswortd a Bi,+hs ~,~WI ~, ::,unaay imy ~x * z~ p.m. brighter and ~,lter place. 7 i~ ,~:~,n "~ Superior Country Club Love Ma c=t+ ~.+ +,000 o, weflen,reme 3628 Road E, gu~rior, Neb ry, ~t~,~ r- Brian and Famil Randall, a t~ ume the birth of their :/~ . No Gifts Please = Your presence is pre'aent cttough . Y 7 7 +~o " ~ ' ' ~ -+~ "~" da.gh;cr.Carolinc ~,~,85"3 8"8600 ~ ~~--I, ~. born June 29. She I~,al~ll~ltq~ ~ % weighed 6 I ound.~ ~" ~1" ~ l~llk ~ A BIG thank you to all the volunteers,- I! 9 ounces and wi~s ill' ~1~ 11~ 20inuhcs'~o|,',g.Gra "~dparents 1~,-,PJ~r.:,w- e BOBgS INN sponsors, foodproviders, entertainers, JJ ",re Mi~ and Jill .~t. ~Jt a.' ~ exhibitors, visitors and theCityfor the ] Ramsey. Randall: " :~.:~: Annual Roh~,dl~2riBtmjour, Fomuz-m.GreaZ. HUNT BROTHERS PIZZA ~ park for making our 39thII Formoso.grandparemSand AImaare Ralphjo B~n ~)ur,DUnstan'l'o- e Wall be CLOSED Thr shing Bee a huge success. I! ~,ka Saturday, July 30 ~r,~ ,~~~" The Jewell County"II -- "~ and Sunday, July 3"1 . FJ~-~~'~L;~ Historical Society )) In Memo re ,oE + o . -- of " = !!! Kenny ii Mallory We love '~ :: you and miss you every day. ludy Mallory, J Darsy and J MANKATO COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALES Friday, Saturday; Sunday Sept. 16, 17 and 18 in conjunction with the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt Contact the ]eweI] County Record to advertise your sale and be part of the city map and sale listings. We will give you a yard stake and a 40 word description for a $8 fee. Additional words are 15 cents each. All listing must me received by the Jewell county Record office by Friday, Sept. 9. 111 E. Main St Mankato, Kan 785-378-3191 20.16 50tit Anniversary Card Shower Eldon and JoAnn Bingesser Doud Mankato, Kan were unitc~ zn mard,-tge onJuly 3fl, 1966 at the ~t. Peter and I'aul Cath~+lic Chu rob, Caw kt'r City, Kan. T,he Dt~u~ 'slx~th grew up,)n farm: and ,=gricu I b.~re has been art important part of their live~. Eldon has l arnwd h,r m~z,t t,t his entire It~e. JoAnn worked as a substitute teacher in the Mankah~ ~-h=xds and at thu. Buffalo Roam Rt~taurant in Mankato,Kan. Their children and p~ms, ~ are G~ gg and Dr. Prnnve TX,+d, ." I,t~'la nd; Na taIk" and Mark Pt~t, B -'h)it, Kan.; Ashley and Jay Ca rigren. ~',l~dia, Kan.: and Amanda and Dr.j,~h Heitman, North Carolina. "l'hev art- bl~.~, l with eleven beautiful grandchildren, Abbv and Atdan L'~t,d: i-h, nter, Tarvn and Trayton Pt~t; Chas< Car ,'tT~l Carlie Carigrcn; and Kale, Brynn and Lana lleitman. Their chddren ~+ld a ~p~x:ial dinnur and mas -, ,n honor ~,~ the,r p~~renls, and a tap ,- pJanned t')l ,~ Inlet date k, honc)r thi.~ spe ia[ ~Kca.-k~n. C