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lOB THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ThursOay. Jury 21. ,2016 Esbon By GIeana Folo The mission tdl~ to Zambia were a project of Brian Msydrw. Omaha, for- mcdy of Lebanon, The L, banon United Methodist Church has balm revolved. l~ au.w of the close relations.hip of Esbon area re~sidents to their ~ighhors to the west, several Esbon people have become invo]vUr language. His first ser",'ice~ herr were in June, He is living in the rectory in Mankato. Father George. who has been with these churches, has now ~tumed to his India home. The Daryl Frost family, Colopaxi. Colo came to Ilmlr home in Esbon Thwsd~y, Sabdna Saltzman had been visitL, tg them in Colorado a.~ they biought her to her home in Lebanon. The Frosts left Monday. While in tim quonset at tl~ fair last Monday1 a r~in shower passed over. [t sounded like a pretty good rain al- though short, but [ guess il was more noise than raoistu~. The Catholic womea'sattar soeiely in gabon haschosen Aug. ? for the date to giveaway ~eir quilt. It will he in the evening and they w,ll be.serving home- made ice cream, sandwiches and des- seJts. W have recei~ ed a couple of light showers this we~k. b~,t nothing to brag about. ll Northbranch By F.zr,',a DRIort Alan and Kim Davis eaterlained their three MePherson grandchildren, Addison, Colt and Brody, the fore part of last week. They attended the Jewell Ctmnty [;air tree day. Sour, lo be 7- years.old. Brody won the tractor pull for his age group. John Parsons was a last Tuesday evening visitor at the home of his sis- tar, F~'a, ha and Joh~t Dillon, Jean Davis was ~mong the mem- bers of the Highlanders Club me=ling Thursday aflemoon, They toured dt R,d Cloud mu-'~um to sue the Burble Doll collection that belongs to Suzie Shullz, T~e group lhen went lo the Twisted Sisters for refreshments. Mark and Brenda Carlson. Lee and Cued of Sutton v/sited B~nda's par- 01s, Ivan and Leta l;r~,a on Saturday. Leta and Brenda a'nendrd the thresh- ing bee in Mankato in the aflrmoon while the men folk stayed home and shot blue rock, We were proud to claim K lli Jeer'cry. one of tmr Northhrarmh girls, the daughter of Todd and G i na Jeffery, when she sang the National Anthem Saturday befom1~ l~rade at the 1]u~sh- ing hee. John and Erma Dillon ate Innch in Mankato Saturday and 1hen attended the th~rshing bet to watch the parade. Fo)lowing church Sunday. they again had lu~:h in Mankalo, Ihen visited the funeral home to pay last respects to a friend. Maxine Switzer. P0.slor Jon Harkncss opened ll~ Sunday niomlng w~rship service at Nonhbranch [:fiends with a welcome to the congregation, followed by giv- ing announcements Numerous prayer concerns were ~oted followed by' a ime of sfm,:ial prayer fore~h need. Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery and 3race McNicho~s. Serving ~ ushers *ere Tim Warner, Kelly McNickrds and Becky McNichols, Ro~etla's pz. ~no offertory was an arrangement of Wake the Wortd. But Give Me }enos "" For the special, Grace McNl~.-hob, ~igned the song, "'Worn," by' Tenth Avenue North. With ~.nptun: Iron Judges 2:1 I -19, Pastor Jim blxmght a w, es~ge thai brought attention It) the [Stool flus cycling iifesty le- from serv- ing the l,ord, then falling m to sin - repeatedly. 'rim book of Judges noles several time~ "'everyone did as be .~w fit." Today's times can be likened to those pocorded in Judges. "Those who fail tt~ Icarn t~m hiSlory lend to Payne Pasture Qeadng * Pasture tree t'h'aritlg Post hole drilling * General dirt or lot work * Snow remowt[ Rodr~y Payrm, 785-545-5141 I Vote August 2 for Keith Roe Republican Jewell County Commissioner District 2 Center and Limestone Townships Adv. paid for by Committee to Elect Keith Roe Mike Uggeff. Treasurer Ost Furniture Cabinetry, LLC Kewn & Nikk/ Ost Check out lhe area's newesl home furnishings store. Also inquire about handcrafted wood furniture and custom cabinetry made in our own workshop. attress Sets ft Chairs orne Accents BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Furniture & Cabinetry D sigr & Built /n4-1ouse 106 N. Commercial St Mankat0, Kan. (785) 378-8133 * kevinscreations@gmafl.com (~ Lg~-~ ~ furrow ar, dAgg,~ee) repeat it." Will God ~tep in for us and send a leader m save ~ - leans is o~ chosen leader. Friends believe the Holy Spin! speaks through His Imopte. During the apart worship time opportunity is given for His people to sh&m what He lays upon them to speak. Marilyn Jeffery am:l Beth Jeffery ate Sunday dinner together in Supe- rior awl then attested the Nifty Thr/fly 25 year e.elebratimt at the Vestey Con- mr. Following the e lebralitm. Marilyn went to the Good Samaritan Center and visiled Edith and Harold Francis and LaVeta Winslow. The annual Yearly Meeting Min- istry Conference for Friends churches in Kansas along with surrounding states wiil begin Sunday in Wichita. Northbranch Friends will be live streaming the worship service begin- ning at 10:30 This is our ehan~ to have a share of this annual even1. eummunity singspimtion will he held at 7 p,m, Sunday evening at the Northhranch FriendsChurch. Ev. eryone is invited m come and share in the music, followed by food and fel- hwship in the fellowship hall. Randall By Fawna Barrett | Little showers of rain Wednesday, Friday and early Sunday hells~J cool 1b air. The small rains totaled more than art inch. By Sunday afternoon, the heat leturtmd with a blast. P/ediLlions am for the temperature to top 100 ev- ery day this v ' k, A baby shower for Caroline and her mum Kaylene Ramsey will ix held at 3 p.m. Saturday. Smnior Citizens will meet Jaiy 26 with a potluck dinner at no~n at the church. Summer ~ading has started at 1he Randall Library. ]:our youngsM~s at- tended bast Monday, "['h~ City of Randall is now in full ownership of the lots where the a, ew Commmaity Buildmg is lucated and work is progressing on the inleri(~r. Julie Bo|te visited Ila McEtmy July 4, Della Houghton and Julia BoRe vis- item another aflem~xm. The Ihneral for the late Warren Joerg was last Monday al Beloil followed by. Imrial at Randall. [-:taine Peters attended nteetings with the Bcloit SI. John's CYO in [ndianapoli~ Ind over the weekend, Roger and Jan McCollough took their grandson Keegan home last we~k w ith Sto[~S atlhe Omaha Zoo and in)iota of interest ill Iowa before dropping dou,'n tO St, Louis, Mo. Gretche~ Spiegel left Randall Sun- c~.y to visil other friende, l-,ctbre going by airptar~ to Delhi, India, where "she will be teaching at the American Era= bossy School, She i~ a speech i-ratholo- gi~t. Salmdas, guc'~,t~, ~=1 Maul M.cl-lro~, ~,erc Iter mother. Erncstm Mtck, I~C~t.tlt. and h~.'[ brolher. Ted.and Sabra I-~ilert and boy~ Wichita Vickie Fcnner and grandson. Barrett, left for t~ir home inConway, Ark. last Wedr, sday ng:mmg after v=',eral wc'eks helpin g her parents. Cliff ~d Nevada Vel~r- Mary Artn Kibbo and her sisters wedged last week cleaning out their mother's home at Lakin. Fawtta Barrett re'tom to Manhattan by air #urn a trip Io Knoxville, Ten-n with her daughter, ~,leise, last "ru~- day, She visited her sister-in-law, I.ida BamttL a niece. Mar)" Lou Miller, and Kimberly. All were houseguests ~f a nephew, Kit,and Lihhy Ban-~i, S leise cominued on In Pigeon Forge for a weekend conference. Fawna returned to Randall Wedncgaay afttwnoon. Pmtm'ama By Fawna Barrett You have a diffe~'nt peJsp ctive of theclonds from the sky. Several layers ofcloudscan be seen from small, puffy m, s near ground level, Larger cumu- lous clmMs float in the next layers and at lime~ th~ are mort layers of thin cltmds, Flying through the larger clouds was similar to driving over bumpy InJ.L% At ore point the clouds were lined together like giant mils of wool yam prelmred to be fed into a giant loom for weaving a sky curtain or some such object. The clouds faded m, er [llirmis or possibly Indiana and the land below was marked out in perfect squares with farmsteads as mere dots within a square. No rivers cut their comers. Flying of- furs lovely sightg Burr OakBy Mary Foley had lunch in Be~oi~ Tuesday wilh the retired ~urses from Mitchell County Hospital. Tuff O'Conner, Concordia. was a week long visitor of his Vo~ker grand- parents. Cody and Renita. Wednt,~day nigh~ his bexlie, Max MeMains came 1O stay the night. Thursday they went to Smith Center for Much for Max's birthday and In pick up hi* cake fmln the fox:cry store. That evening the~, pa~ied at Max's house to round out his birthday. Renita reported it was a good week ft~ everyone. Cliff and G~enny Bar~es went to Red Cloud ~ast Wednesday for his NuraLa injo:tion. They later p,cked up their gca~ddaughter, Lillian Barnes. and had lunch al a Red Cloud restau. rant. Lillian came home with them for the remainder of Lhe week. Cheryl Hillman and Brynlee Man- ning attended the summer reading pro- gram at the Burr Oak Community Li- hrary last Wednesday afternoon. Rep- re~ntatives from the Rol|ing Hi|Is Zoo were plxserl.1 1o show some of the zoo anilna]s. Following the pr~nla[itm, the movie, "H~el Transylvania It,'" wasshown and popcorn served.Cheryl reported there was a good crowd of both children and adulls presenlfor the pr'o~r'am. lilT. GI 'nny and LiLLian Barnes wen1 to B|aden mid morning Thutsday ~o attend the4-H goat and cattle shaw- manship events at the Webster County Fair. Great-granddaughter Olivia Oral Vote DON JACOBS Jewell County Sheriff in the August 2 primary. Thank you for your support. I look forward to continuing to serve as your Jewell County Sheriff. Adv. paid for by Don Jacobs Congratulations =o s Abbey $chleifer for a job well done in 4-H and Open Class at the 2016 Jewell County Fair Chief Disposal LLC Shelly Dav~. Owner A~an Davis PO Box 54 Jewell, KS 156949 785-545-5945 i This week*s report from Mankato Uvestock, Inc. Friday, July 8 9 BIk Heifers 577 147.00 56 BIk Steees 949 139.10 8 8~k Heifers 685 ~44.00 55 BIk Stunts g7g 138.35 8 Btk Heifers 636 142.(]0 57 Mix Sleers 967 135.50 11 Mix Hullers 651 141,00 53 M~x Sleem g43 134.75 67 BIk Heifers 791 139,35 70 Mix Steers 921 133.50 11 Mix Heifers 712 138,g0 129 Mix Sleets 944 133.50 9 BIk Steers 665 151.00 58 Mix Steers ~357 130 00 14 BIk Steers 765 146D0 8 BIk Cows 1,158 74.00 13 BIk Steers 661 146.00 No sole Friday, July 22 because of heat don Rut~ell. 785-374-4577, Ceil 78,5-819-61t5 N~q( Bouray. 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545~812 Kelly Bouray, 402-B79~-3051, Gel/402-879-5567 .N.I received purple ribbons in cattle and was called buck for the overall junior sl owman. She also received purple ribbons for yearling does, goat show- man, hip, o~erall breeding heifer and home bred and raised beifcrs For the second year in a row. Olivia was awarded the grand champion ribbon in the best dressed goat competition. This year, O]wia and her goat were Litll Miss Muff' t and the spider, Olivia's younger brother, t"kom~, also helped show a goat fat a friend and showed one of the heifers as a pn,-4- H entranl. Max Mc Mains celebrated his e, ghth hinhday lasiThursday. Guests mc] wJed Larry and ghirMy McMam~. Sh lhand Cormey Kuhlmann. Remta, Marne and BeIia Volker. Tuff O'Connrr. Kevin Noble, Terri Core. Judy Miller, Nate. Tessa, Ma~n and Morgan McMains. Cliff, Glenny and Lillian Barnes went fishing at the Jewe|l State Fishing Lake early Friday morning. The fish- inn expedition was noi su.ccesst'U'~ as on the way to the lake a deer ran inte t.he side of their vehicle causing some rot.nor damage, and m top it off they didn't catch any fish Apryl. Ntc and Kathy Webster and P~n~y Turner went to C0m'ordia Sat- re'day for supper at a restaurant and then they attcndeM the David Mecca concen at the Brown Grand Theater while N ic ~arcl' d for PoD2man Palmy said it was a tun evemng for everyone. The Grate Expectati*2ns BBQ learn of Nick and Kelley Bunlmg and ~erry Barnes participated i,t a co m petition in l.au-ami . Wyo Friday and S~urday Belween 25 and 30 team~ were present for the competition. Grate Expecta- tions finished the event in I lth place Whim they were not happy with the individual ~lings of their entries, the overall finish was not too bad. Doug and Wanda Ft;Lsier look sup per and visited at the home of Josh. Amanda, Luke and Emma Fro.slur in Hastings Saturday. Saturday afl moan Cliff, GMnny and Lillian Barr~s went to Fairbury to attend the Jayhnsker races at Jefferson County Speedway. The race was the second annual Roy Cooley Classic, named after long time racing fan and father of Jeff Cooley, Jayhusker pho- ttrgr~er, There was an excetlent turn Oul of cars for 6u: races with 25 in the 600 winged outlaws, 28 in the non- wing outlaws and 14 in the MSL divi- sion. There were also cars in the reslnctor and junior t~s~ctor c[a.ss,s, B fealm'es we~ ke]d for both of the winged arm non winged outlaw classes to cut the field down to 20 cars for tke A f~ture. In his first heat, Ky|e Ord came in 4d~ and in the second heat Kyle came ,n 1 st. His fim.~hes automaticall) qualifioJ him for the A feature. In the A feature. Kyle fmi~hed i~ 8th place after coming in conlact with the grand- stand wall album midway i~ the race. His car was not sufficiently damaged as I,> prevem him from continuing. Als~ allcr~d,ng to ~.aK.'h Ks[c were Katie. Paisley. JerzLe and R*~'mington ORJ. Kasey (ltd. Darg, a Bu~chkoeiR.~. David. t.~m and Cone Barnes, and Katie's ntolher. Holly Johnson. Bro- ken Bow, Tnu~O,ay, July 2'I 20t6 Jegslc'a Barnes, Br3tiler Mz,mmg and Cheryl Hiliman jomed Shane a.rM Kristi Hillman, M~t~:tk~hL f,r an ev -aing of fishing at the Jewell State Fishing Lake Saturday. At the beginning of the church set- v:ce at the Chrislian church Sunday, Penny 're-her had a presen~ti~n aboul the se yen things that Christians shou Id be praying for, They i~luded those in authority: f~ people m do God' s work; for those who pers~ute us. for God',~ kingdom to come, His will to be der, e, foist, forgiveness and de|iveranc from temptation: peace for Jerusalem; for others; and for wisdom. Lillia~ Barnes and John Gammn joined Richard Cox forchil&en'schurch asRiehardtalkrd about how grace is freely given to all no morel who we are or when we give our tires to Jesus. His message for the adultg was entitled "'it" s A II About that Grace, NoTmuble." His seMeted ~crip- tu~ rearing was Malthew 20: 1-16. "/'his portion of scripture tells about the laqd owner who hired people at differ- ent times of the day but paid them all the same wage regaMless of how many hours they had worked, That is a good description of grace. We all need to receive the grace of God. Grace can be explained as when one in a greater posilion gives something to someone in a lesser position with no slfings anacheM Mercy isat the heart of grace. Nothing we can do will put as in the position to deserve C~xl' s grace.Grace is about ~methi~g different than fair- ness. Gracegoes beyond fairness. God wants to have a relationship with ev- eryorm' not jusl those who become Christians early in their life. Grace is Are You 5tit[ Paying Too Much For Your Medications? JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 10A for ~te last as ~eil a~ t~z the hrst ~i~vld. l oH. C~WI,SCeften. Darn. I.iIItan, Chti and Glenn) Ha,nes and Kase:r (hd had lunch toge,Jtot a~ a Red Cloud restaurant Sunday There will be a mnttstenal alliance sponsoeed smgsptratltn~ al ihe Northbranch Friends Chm'ch Sunday evening beginning at 7 p.m Burr Oak Weather Larry Gilletl, NOAA obrverver Temperature High for the week 96 Low far the week 65 Precipih~tton This w~k 1.50 Year todate 16.O2 LM.tI3 hi##,~ ~ Ikv~t'~, July 6 96 68 July 7 91 6-5 July 8 89 65 July 9 86 69 July IO 91 70 July II 94 7~ July 12 94 65 Amy Feigley, Abilene, was a Satur- day visitor of her sister, Krislin Underwood, and [amily.Tl~y aLtcnded the Ll~eshing bee. Sh~: al x~ visited with her mum, Shana Ruthstrom, and her brother. Ben Rulhstr~m. and hi~ fam- ily. Osborne. The greal straggle oJ a ~ iter ~ to learn Io write a-s he would talk. The profession =.If book ~rtt|ttg taakes Ix~rse r~'ing seem like a ',ohd. stable b,siness. '910.20 $76.67 Grain Hauting Pads Sales ee . * Truck, Trailer and Auto Repair t . TRUCKIN Sandblasting LLC Painting Thunderstone and Shurco Tarp Dealer 864 Hwy 14 Jewell, KS 66949 ~ | | 785-428-3030 785-428-3031 Fax E II0ou rbon @ nckcn.com NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of CALVIN TOWNSHIPJEWELL COUNTY =.rill m t or~ August 17. 201b at ]2:0.) Noon at Saint Farm,1537 I I Road, Jewell for the purpo~ ol hearing and answering objt~.-tnons at toxpaye~ relating to the pz'opos~ed use of all lunds and the amounl of ad valorem tax. Detailed budgel information is available fwm a Township Officer and will be available az th,s hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Propo~d Budget 2017 Expenditures and Amount of 2010 Ad Va]orem Tax establish the maximum l~.mi~ of the 2017 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending, on the final a.~iLSeas~d valuation. Prg~)~,d Budget 20t7 [!x pond ilu rcs /"t. mount ]~ ~Olo Ad 't,-'a I= ,r,L'i)l ]'aX 765 i ' -~0t~ z0i r, ]'nor Year At'lual Curt~ni Year Aching, Aclual Tax E,~iimate of Tag Exj'~ nd it u re,~ Role' I% pL.m d !L u~'~ Rate' 771 0.75t 1,1140 0.62.2' fi~t. -I,lg Role-' 0 ~5 765 (~ 5n5 73O 1 501 0 751 1,040 0.62.2 '2,432 0 0 0 t,501 1",040 2,432 765 765 x xxxx I i I I i 2015 0 0 0 0 201b 0 0 0 Curtis Saint Tow,ship Officer i Ftmd:~ (k'ner,il ~'bt S 'r'c,c~. 'Road Fit't, .qpL~.'i al Maclune~' I x,s~, ]t,m 4era NeL L':xpt'l'ld It t, [= " ItflM I','~ la'vled A ~ L t.~M V,11 ~hll~:i'* Township O'~tstanding il~dt, b%~.'d il~.~s, Jan I G-O. &rods No-Fund Warrant I.e,~ i~t~r Prim Total 2014 0 0 0 0 * lax rates are ~,~p~,~ ;c'd m mills. ,! i, NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY wilt moat on August 12, 201b at 7:00 p.m. at F-rvi n U nderwood's Residence for the purposeo[ hearinga nd onswering obiect in ns of taxpayers ruLatlilg to the proposed use of all fumdsand the amount D[ ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available from a Township Officer and will be oval|able al this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2017 Expenditures and Amount of 20~6 Ad VMorem Tax establish the maximum limits ol the 2017 budget, Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final as ~essed va|uation, :~0i5 2016 l'ropose=d Budget 2017 Prk)r Y~x.zr Adual Curn nl Year Aettial Amount u:l li~L Adual Tax E,liatate oi Tax 2016 Ad -I,~x Espendihm =s Role' l-'.x~e-ttdil=.lrk"~ R~ie' Expc.ndi[tlre~, ;V0tort,m Tax Ra|L"t 1,646 C 589 2,800 0.521 8,"fl'I 2 975 0.473 II Pxt~ts CwIleral Deta Service Road 5pt'cial M~ Total, 1,646 0 589 -2,800 0.52] 8~i2 ~75 o.473 ~= 1,~'.~: Transfers 0 0 0 N~,t t-,l~;'~aitur~ I/ 4-6 2,sao s, o!2 "[0ta] 'fax |a.'vied 975 975 *~x ~se~d Valuatit~n l~ ~wrt.shiF Outstanding lndebtrdt~ ~, .hn. 1 CO. B~ds Other i ~,a~, Pur I~i.nc ~otal 'l ,tx ra h.'s a~ t.'~prtm~'d I~ mills 1 ,b55,O77 2014 t 0 0 D I I 2015 0.J 1 0 0 2016 0 0 0 Er~in Underwood, 0 Township Offirer