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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 28, 2016 Calvary Bible Church hosts Jewell's VBS By Kerma Crouse As Jessie Eilert was eating supper on the Friday, the last night of vacation Bible School in Jewell, she said, "The whole week was just great! I've been helping with vacation Bible School for 10 years and I think this is the most youngsters we've had." Some 30 youngsters participated in the five days of stories, lessons, songs, crafts and snacks. All were tied to the Biblical account of Noah and the ark. The final evening was a review of the week and a supper for the partici- pants and their families. Jaycee Cady was picking up her crafts and thought her cross with sea- ................... ...... ~ shells was her favorite craft. David Cleary quoted "If you love me, keep : : my commandments." as the scripture he leamed during the week. Rashele Hynek and Scott Brown Hynek, Brown wed The Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church, Jewell Christian Church, Trin- ity United Methodist Church and the Randall Community Church cooper- ate to conduct the event. This year the Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church acted as the host church. Amy Rice was the director. time and the Chevrolet touting car was thrown into the river pinning both oc- cupants. Mr. Hardin was able to extri- cate himself and then dug his sqn 9ut. i - They did not think the vehicle worth -" salvaging, sold it for junk, and re- turned home by train. Pete Peherson, the watermelonking of the Republican Valley, had sold his equipment and planned to leave the melon business. - - Riley's Place had ice for sale from 7 a.m. To 8:30 a.m. Sunday m.omings while a filling station advertised-hav- ing ice for sale on Saturday night. Ray Coad and wife spent Sunday night at Billy Myers' house on account of the rain. The Albert DeBeys were forced to stay in Dispatch Sunday night 0n ac- count of the storm.. - . . July 23, 1936 """ " While coasting down a hill Friday evening, Virginia Frank lost cofitrol of the Ford coach she was driving and the next moment she and three girl corn- panions found themselves in an over- turned car by the side of the road. The other girls in the car was Katheritle : Porter, Betty Green and Betty Ro~te. None of them were severely Injured. The car was put back on the highway by an auto wrecker and brought back .to town for some repairs. " in May ceremony Even women were being ticketed Rashele Hynek and Scott Brown, when caught fishing without a license. The new bridge across the Republi- both of Marysville, were married May can River west of Clay Center had i 21 in a ceremony at St. John the Baptist been completed. It replaced one that - . Catholic Church, in Hanover, with Fr. David Metz officiant. Thirty youth participated in dewell's vacation Bible school. The theme was "Ocean Commotion". went out during the 1935 flood. " Some of the grasshopper lies told The bride, daughter of Joel and 62 years ago were being repeated in- . Karen Hynek, Hanover, was given in Senior Center news ,, ,L ,, __ bushel. .. . . . oueyDau court T t, r~ t Jr cluding the one about the grasshoplmrg ! marriage by her father, Joel Hynek. The Senior Center in lvlanl ato leas _ /eWall a It/u arn v., a While plowing out potatoes, Wm. who ate a team of horses and were Maid-matron of honor was Briana received potatoes, cucumbers, beets continued from page 1 d ~, ~.,v. vXt, lnVtat;a Shoemaker killed 47 snakes, fighting over the harness. _ Jensen, Hanover. Bridesmaids were and green beans from the Mankato Continued from "a"e ~ While plowing the prior fall, Sam the playground courts were not for ot v Julie Hynek, Shawnee; Brooke Chamber donation garden this morn- g - Wolf lost his watch. During the most The Crandall Drug Store had for ! Strathman, Baileyville; Cami Bruna, ing! ten. . . crowdwouldcarryoffall thectnggers, recent harvest, thereaperranoverit, he sale five flavors of Cream O' Gold ice The original courts were in a wind Plans were to hold the Evan ehcal Hanover; Andrea Blumer, Marysville; All of the gardens are really starting . . " ." - g ' then found it, wound it up and has had cream: vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, andCourtneeTegtmeier, Hanover. Jun- to take off now. It won't be long before swept,ca ~atmade.playlng on windy, camp meeting in the grove south of W. a good time piece ever since, chocolate chip and sherbet. -, ,..-.~, ........ a .... ,~ ..... h,,,aa oaysomlCUlt Ceoartreeswerepmnted H Cmeron s house with a new lar e When Applebees started their C.W.Bowlessaid,"Idonotbelieve i ior bride was Kenley Helle, Marysville. me ................ ~ ............... ". g Flower girl was Marrah Hynek, have tons of green beans, atong three s.ndes of the.area; Th. ose tabernacle and 18 family tents. The threshing machine, the engine was not therewasenoughwheatlaisedinJe,;vell i Hanover. Ring bearer was Gunnar The center is"uttin- to "end use all trees are now large enough to nlOCk the meeting was expected to last at least a running to suit them but they soon had County to pay interest and taxes owed ". .... v ~ ~ game interrupting winds week Garman, Manhattan. oI me proauce . it running all right, the county." - - - Best man was Phil Beckner, Boise, " The playground area includes a The Marsh Valley correspondentJim Morris lost a fat hog because of The Rock Island Depot at Montrose Idaho. Groomsmen wereChadBrown, They are running ads to support the numberofpieces ofplaygroundequip- reported that community had for sale the heat. was totally destroyed by fire. A family i Wichita; Jim Vanek, Wichita; Gavin ....... following information, ment and a disc golf course. The soft- an unlimited supply of chiggers jig- July 28, 1916 living in the depot escaped but nothing i Garman, Manhattan; Scott Boyles, JoatYceceC a?r r e heI Weather ball field has been removed, gers or whatever they were called. Superior; and Derek Clark, Superior. fav b~eaPna~ger" ]~IL1LIT O1~ The way for college boys to keep wassaved from the buiiding. Earlier in their summer vacations from flying 1936 a gasoline service station located i motion VBS. away too fast is to sign on with a in Montrose was also destroyed by .i Larry Gdlett, NOAA observer " July 24, 1896 Hiawatha;Ushers BradenWere Hynek,Tyler Shawnee;Hynek' v.. ..... ~em r t r Friendship Meals The wife ofProf. Towner, principal threshing crew. fire. CormorHynek, Hanover;KyleBollers, l,'aw'nee Indian H .... p,e a u es ... of the Mankato schools, died of septic Allen Hooker, 19, of Calvin Town- It was learned the Ringling and ,t ~ - lgn Ior me Week ........................ if8 -- " " fever Strasburg, Colo.; Drew Sprague, seuln llOIGIln ,t~inerl- Low for the week 59 Aug. i-a . ship was fatally injured while return- Barnum & Bailey circus planned to _ _ g _ .. . "'.':'"" ................. Monday - beef and noodles, car- Gish and Duncan bought a $500 ing home from the Mankato play Concordia on Sept. 9. The circus . :i Salina; and Wes Fitzgerald, Texhoma, call lndl Ln ./Ikrtl[aet ....... rreelpltauon rots, pickledbeets, limesprinkledpears, alfalfa huller. That seemed like a lot of Chautauqua on a motorcycle. The had not played there since 1928 when Okla. LaSt tWO weeKS O YZ Music for the ceremony was pro- a.tat,,=t, avai awi=lr~ ........ xear touate Y'" ..................... ;l o/"-w4 Tuesday - hamburgers, lettuce, to- money to put into a machine but it was swiftness of those machines was well more than 16,000 people attended the ! videdbyJanetFritschi, organist;Briana - ,Y ............................... mate, onion, baked beans, peaches, the only one in the county and thev said known. About a mile out from afternoon performance, i Jensen and Andrea B lumer, vocalist. . . The Pawnee Indian Museum State .... Daily highsandlows .... Wednesday - salmon patty, zuc- they had enough work lined up (o pay Mankato, a heavy touring car from July 26, 1956 .- i Historic Site, Re ubhc, is s onsorm JUly 1~ 15333 A receptionwas held at the Hanover - P P ' g .... " ................................. .. .. chini and squash, stewed tomatoes, forit. FredBeelerhad 120 acres to hull Webber suddenly loomed into view. Forty membersoftheBuffaloVal, an American Indian Artifact Identifi- JUly lq. .................................. ~5 133~nnl,= orion and Iac~k l--lic'kg g13 ac'r~ Community Building with music by cation Day, Saturda , Au 6 from 11 July 15 .................................. 84 62 ,-vv ...... v ......................... . . The car was on the wrong side of the Icy 4-H Club attended a swifiarhifig: "! Complete Music, Manhattan. A wed- _ .... Y ' 'g'- " " Jul" 16 Thursday - pork patty, mashed po- Though Kansas was officml dry, 10 road, dust was blowing and two me- party at Beloit. Members of the plan- 2 1 a m to. m Arcnaeolo ists from tlae ,,+uu ding trip was taken to Riviera Maya, " " P" " g . , , ... " ................. " ............... .. .. tatoes, spinach, fruit salad, brownie, barrels of beer consigned to Bill Nye chines faced each other so suddenly ning committee were Judy Nuity, . i Kansas Historical Soclet will be on July oi Mexico. . Y .... " ................................. .... ..~ Friday - barbecue meatballs, butter were unloaded at Jewell. there was no opportunity to turn. Then Camille Van Nickel, Beverly Roll.s i site to examine American Indian artl July l~ VO /~ Rashele graduated from Hanover ......... "- " '' "- Jub 19 .................................. -,,beans, California blend vegetables, Buyers were offering 15 cents a racts, pUOllC IS invited to oring one . ,.,. " ................................. L: pineapple pudding, bushel for shelled corn. there was a crash. The shock was so and Richard Clark. - High School in 2008, KSU with a ffem or a coi!ection for examination. JulY z,u .................................. ~ ~t Meals delivered by Clio Club.Potatoes were selling for 10 cents a great the running boards and fenders Dial telephones were to beplaced - bachelor of science in communication were stripped from the car. The two into service on Aug. 14atJewell2With~ t~xperts will date and identify the ori- JU y zl .................................. w m sciences and disorders in 2011, and a gins of artifacts. No appraisals will be July 22 .................................. 99 76 ~ boys on the motorcycle were thrown the new phone system, all numbers : master of science in family studies and provided. Admission is five dollars for July 23 .................................. 92 72 through thecar's windshield and landed would have the Harrison prefix.: i human services with an emphasis in adults and one dollar for students, ~ ,:. :~ July~24 ......... .,~ ....... ,,,..,..,-..v. 98 7( in the vehicle's back seat. John Dillon James Rhodes was leaving the farm communicationsciences aladdis0rders, ; ....... " $1aly 25 ............ . ...... ~..:..~ ..... ~ 8268 will recover. This affair showed the an6!woldlael! atpublic auction three ! in 2013. She i'S mployed as a speech- Harlno/{y United' Y/alyi26 .................. ......... 84 5g need for drivers of high powered ma- cows, two calves, a 6-foot one way, 2-, i language pathologist for USD 364, chines to strictly obey the rules of the row weeder, 12-footBaldwincombine r~ Marysville School. Methodist Church The story behind road. The number of machines was built in 1931, John Decry A tractor/ " Scott graduated from Mankato High holds regular service Kansas place names said to be increasing rapidly. 3x14 plow and 8-20 grain drill ........ School in 2001, Kansas Wesleyan University with a bachelor of science in health, physical education and rec- reation in 2006. He is the Marysville Elementary School physical education teacher and head high school boys basketball coach at Ma~sville High School. Scott is the son of Mel and Marlene Brown, Mankato. The newlyweds are at home in Marysville. Harmony United Methodist services began Sunday morning with welcome and announcements presented by Nikki est. Acolyte was daughter, Meili est. A prelude was performed by pianist Joann Davis. Children's time was pre- sented by Rod Rose, lay speaker. Scripture came from Luke with a reference to Jesus, acknowledging if we ask something it will be given to us. The sermon was directed at that as well, that we should continue to ask "No race can prosper till it learns that and that God desires communication there is as much dignity in tilling a field with us just as we desire companion- as in writing a poem." ship. We welcome any special music from anyone for our services. Have a Letters to the Editor blessed week and remember to com- municate with God always! Editor: With regard to your Threshing Bee ........... t I don t want to be a doctor and live Issue or JUly I q-, It appears to me ma , .. ......... I! F by men s mseases, nor a minister to arom oyleswasulvlngararma - . ............. live by their sins, nor a lawyer to live 20 tractor ulnn a 3-~oot ~l~lS . .-., . P - g Oy their quarrels So I don t see there's Lnalmers comolne. . " Harlow V ader anything left for me but to be an author. IBI}B'S 1iNN HUNT BROTHERS PIZZ/ Will be CLOSED Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31 119 E. Jefferson,, Mankato, Ken.* 785-378-3201 The Annual Meeting of the Jewell County Cinema, Inc. will be Monday, Aug. 8, 5:30 p.m. Mankato Christian Church 118 S Commercial, Mankato, Ken. O O 41 O (J O 4J I) OOOO1~OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO OO~ The UTE Theater has five rows of theater seats for sale. Each row is Contact Christopher Kips 785-545-5948 Frankfort, Kansas, was originally known as Frank's Ford because it was Frank Schmitt's crossing of the Vermillion River. The name was changed in 1867when the present town was laid out. Beloit was settled 1868 and first known as Willow Springs. Jewell City was first know as Fort Jewell, Col. L. R. Jewell having estab- lished a stockade there as a place of protection for emigrants from the Indi- ans. Mankato was originally known as Jewell Center. Because of the similar- ity to the name of Jewell City, the name Was first changed to Alia. Then it was discovered there was already an Alia in Kansas and the name had to be changed again. The third choice, Mankato, passed muster and became permanent. s5 carry out : . ba(. Sweden\ Creme Memory of We love you and miss you every day. Judy Mallory, Darcy and Brenda Jensen Boy Scouts displayed of their rockets and badges earned in the quonset Though he was only 15 years old, Lester McDaniel's wheat made 29 1/2 bushels to the acre. Will Munks lost his Ford car and garage to fire. After a ride the evening before, he ran the car into the garage and all appeared to be okay. By 4 a.m. the garage was ablaze. Mr. Munks could not explain how the fire started. July 16, 1926 W. C. Hardin and son, Jack, had a narrow escape from drowning while returning home from an auto trip to Lincoln, Neb. While driving along a road near the Blue River, a wasp got into their cax. Mr. Hardin was driving and when he attempted to kill the wasp with his foot he turned the wheel. The car hit some soft dirt at about the same No appointments were necessary ... when seeing the dentist, Dr. Zipse. .i on Wednesday afternoons. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Schumacher were Continued to page 7 Dispatch Passage Sunday morning was Isaiah i 58:1-9A. Theme Sunday morning was ' "Fasting and Praying." Passag,eSun- day evening was I Timothy 4:!'10. Theme Sunday evening was "God's Moral Order." Happy anniversary to Levi and Adrienne Allison, July 20; Bob and Lynn Keeps, July 21. area at the Jewell County Fair. A milest one i: :: III!I:~!:III !:ii ~!:! Joe Doyle's ~ Friends, neighUors,'brothers" and"sisters", Thank you! Thank you! " 80th Birthday The many kind and loving expressions oflove fo, Party ;:j ,/ Maxine has been overwhelming. The food has been.. delicious. The hugs have been heart warming. The Sunday July 31 if J Alexander'sdnatins are a help to the church and to Julieto the of the world. 2-4 p.m. : : ministry people Our love and blessing to each one of you. Superior Country Club No Gifts Please 3628 Road E, Your presence is present enough Superior, Neb 30.16 Rod Bob Switzer, Lori and Jeff Bradford, and Charlene Adelstone, Lesley and Jim MANKATO COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALES in conjunction with the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt Friday, Saturday, Sunday Sept. 16, 17 and 18 Contact the Jewell 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 be received by the Jewell County Record office by Friday, Sept. 9. 111 E. Main St., Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 29.16 nte in ecoming There will be an upcoming EMT class October-March II Classes will be held two night a week from 6 to 10 p.m. with an" occasional all day Saturday session also An information meeting will be held Wednesday, Aug 31 at 7 p.m. 510 E North ST. Mankato, Kans. (Jewell County EMS Office) If interested, please attend the meeting or contact Vincent with any questions at 785-378-3069 30.10 Registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 12 I ! t