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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Harmony UMC holds regular service Pastor Gerry Sharp ot~ned the ser- vice ac Harmony Ualted Methodist Church Sunday with the axmoun~- men|s indodiag: ice cream social at hm, a Saturday; all-chmch work day al the Thrift Shop, Monday. Worship began with a organ p~- lude played hy Rosalie Menhusen. The altar candles were lit by Nolan Groat and Atyssia Davis. [n his children's message. Pastor Sharp asked the children, "Why did God make you?" His answer was to give God glory and to share God with the world. Pastor Sharp's sermon, titled "'My Workshop fsn't Big Enough." was based on the ~dpluR, Luke 17.: 13-2 I. In this parable, J~tms tells of a farmer wmxrat harvest produces morn Ihan he can .core- So, ins,ead of sharing it he builds bigger barns. In hissemlon Pus= tor Shmp said life im't about accumu- lating all the tools and staff we're go- ing to use someday. If we' e not rich toward God ~'re missing out on God's ble~inp~, We should aRveeiau: all of the blessings we have received, from God. We should make a list of all these blessings. We should see them not as our p~ions,but God' S possessions. loaned to ~ to help us see Him, sham with others, and glorify God. Mankato Libraxy adds books, DVDs Manka~o City Library ha~ added Madden NFL lO in Wit video games. z s wetlas many DVDs includ ing"l.Q '" +'The Crazies." "Being Julia." "The Prince and Me." "'The Addams Fam- ity.""Fan With Dick and Jane.""Feel- ing Minnesota:' *'Last Holiday." 'Wag- 0 [1S Easl !'" "'Sideways.*' "'Monte Cado." 'q-I~ Gt~-,d Girl," "~he Hours:' "The Watedlorse: Legend of~he 13eep,""Fhe Whole Nine Yards" and 'q'V Classics Red Skelton." AduIt fiction and ~onfiction ha~ been expand~ by 16 more books~ in- cluding Rlessiir2s by Anna Quindien, "l'uward the F,a~d of Time by John Updike, Birds of America by l.urde Moc-r~, Best Laid Plm,s by Allison Bmnnan, flaml~o}~aut by Elizabeth Swado~, and The Obsessif~t by Nora Roberts. A change in hours a~r commg. Aug. 15 ~ill be the last Monday the library will be open on that particular day. Da:,'~. and hours wilt change tu: open Tuesday thw,=gh Frkhy. I t) a.m. to 6 p.m and S~totd~ys t-la~m I{) a,m, to I plot. "1 he patrol I' hav ior Ix~lic.y' itas k'ett re ised and IXvqcd at the |We-am3" a J~,d all pa, lron,; ~II Mankato ('i.iy J.fnrary are advi ~etl to I-a.~ome familiar with tire C )l'ltelS.ls Of the policy Mankato !|) Elaine "l'h~mm,~ l [tie i~ =i like publi*: ~.lti(I 1|',11. k',i" lhrl ,'. armd Ne~ell Absaqdcr ~cme Vioid;tuJ l.eRo) l e~i (~ullav, a':.: R~m r, md Je;,dlqnil|c [ .L"~ iS. C, rt~eley. ('ok: : Dale and A,gie I.eurs. Marysville~ Alan aud ]tat ('/in-. Su, fg, rior; Da~II anti Judy Han,on. Republic. After the :mctio,~ ttw f, llow ins weal Io supper Icrgcther: Dor,s AJ, exantler: We~ Ale,antic:. Shay.nee; Wiley. Bert. and .~ordyn Alex~tnder, Wa.shiu#.~m: Ww',n, Kit. ()wen. Mm, and "l'r:we /(lexander. Cold~-atcr. "lll sluing ~ ind and hlt~, iug rain were rc.dly m;mking liiusic al 4 a al and ,~l~ n I t~pened may I'l-t~,l~,l ,t.~s'W il diddler take Itut a ~'c~mtl t<: km+~ IhM ~a', .t b;~tl chalice, t)idn'l laxl kmg ;rod ii;ixenl r -,cci'tetJ ilU} rt [k:lrl yet .tin hog lUUdl r~.lil1 v e r ~.'vi'~ tl -Ihe h,uer.d g;, Iwldl'oe~lu.~ ua,m- in~ I'~lr I*t'rncita Mcl-3r, ry :,t the Mal|kalo ('lirs.4l;Ul ('htlrd', She and her I,tl ht~,d~,;l~ld. Carl. sse[e hnlg litlte o 'r, ideid.~ o f M ;u~ k al~ r. H. rrk .ita tot~'hed the fix e,~t u i.Ltml ~' of;mrchiklrem) as,4*e wa~ the clenlenlarv ~,chm~d StN2|'t2hH'y for mll.~11~ ~, ;|rs Amitt)ii~ her surs i~orb arc lwr cli;Idrc ShJmn W;dton and W.', rren M c161a~y, grtltidd~bgh I ~ a;id ~Ir =.II .~i(i ~'hildre~. Audrey Diamond accompanied Rick aml Sliei~/a Di;in~md to Ke~mrney t'nr ;t ~,eelcend 'vi'~il with Mark and Reeky Butt,~. Bruce Burkh~in ~I~S n:le~t~ed I'ron, @e hospital in K :m~L'y Ima TueglKv ;rod h.',s r~lnnied h ~. held Sunday in S: dina for Helen Ahhnan id the Rt~. lawrl Memofal ('ha pel, Helenamt her ~me husband. Fdt, built the ('re~ V~ Motel in 1063 and were ~siLLr2i~,i~ ~rl' MzLnk~.ltt~ fi~r mn~n y years. They ~'e~." the pa~x'nls ~d' four cl~iltlren. Chi, rles Harder. Susan H:ffder. JcrO' Harder and Amm Ahhnan. K;I)'l~t Nollex+ Russell. vi kwd I~er gr;mdmo'Iher. Alice King'y. and ofl~er fami]y member~ ior a t'e~ d:iys. AIk'e l~x)k her home Thursday. Jenn i lee Tho mas. CIM'lin, ca n~ lasl Tuesday eve,fin~2 I- ~ t her m~ther and Io-'.1 ',h"edne~Lly m~ming they went to Augu,~la ~here Elaine visited in the h~m)e ~d Terry and Jim Standley. Jen- nilcr alsu vi,~iled Jeffery Standley in A ugusta and Raven Genere ux andchil- dren wN= live in An&wet. They re- eumed home lm Thursday n:~gN and Friday mcwning Jennifer and Karen $5 carry out 785-378-8600 Thursday, Augusl 4, 2016 Grelinger went to Manhattan to be a pan of friends and family day at the beauty ,~h~m wl',ere Sherry Partridge i-'~ a student. Joining them at the schLglf were Bn.~oke av, d Berkley Callaway and Brennan Williams. Brad Oat tentains a I'mspilal patient in Liramln, Nob. Cade Huncovsky, Conc, rdia, was home for the weekend m visit his par- ents. Sherry and Rob Parlridge. He left for Kearney Monday to get ~uled in for another year of scud. Little Miss Berktey Callaway, Onaga. is visiting al the home or Gr;mdpa Eldtm and Grandma "M uc k'" PamDunstan. Bay~,ie and Kartigan this week. Shirley Smith is now horde from the hospital and doing well. Dan-ell Ctaycamp wa.~ ht~pitaliT.ed ovemighl at Satina Regional last week whe~ he had to have ~nae balkxmiag done and thn:e stittls put in his heart. E~mnaClaycamp,Gina B~hhaup.l~ois Btaxs and I. t~a McCarlby were with him, He is home n~w and doing well Kent and Bn~nda Enyeart were in Ulys ws The "rsd.ay and Friday to visit Aaron Enyean. On their way home they visited the ~xl Hou~ Museum in Kinsley which is referred t, as the Midway. h is midway belween New York City and San Frar, ci.',a:o, ColiC. with im being 1.561 miles toeither city from that I,Ication. Samantha nines visited a few days al the home of Nick and Cindy Booker. l~e w~Jn'~n are sisters. Friendship Meals m Aug. 8-12 Monday - herbed baked chicken. baked sweet potato. F'=en beans, straw- berries and h~s. Tue~ay - spaghetti, peas and c~- rots, tossed salad, mixed fruit, garlic bread. Wednesday - chef salad, crackers, frail muffin, summer fruit cup. Thursday- resatloaf, mashed pota- ices. candied carrots, applesauce. Friday - chicken and dumplings. C~l-qi apple cabbage salad, peaches. M.eals delivered by VFW Auxil- iary. 1 Courthouse News Jewell Cou -'dy TralT=c ' Tyrian Barclay, failure to wear seatbelt. Sl 0. Jame.~ Pr ~O~" Jr speeding, 5~53. Scent Boyles. speeding, $153. William Bruhn, speeding, $153. Patrick Christianson. speedi,g. S 183. Charles Flohrs. J r speeding, $23 I. (?unis Laslcy. Jr failure to wear seatbelt. $1 O. Brcm McCoilemgb ,~'edm ng. S 153. Dmllou Mohler. ~peeding. 5,207. Kar)n Mohler. speedkntz. 5153 Jacob Nonce, hpeeding. 5; 153- fail- ~.l;e In wet- sealbell, SIt). /ann I'eter~m, speeding. $201~ Wildlife and Parks ('had Hurley. bt~ting and water m.-tivities. $20g. [agunas RoE.el,o, fishing licenses requ in.st. S 168. AoridtmLs July 1 at approximately 2:30 p.m. at n'mi;Cl'~rst .2 on K112 and two miles noah |rot US36, Laura Benjamin, Eslxm, driving a2012 Chevrolet stated she was traveling noah around ~ke el,we and didn't realit that she wa ; going to fast and the next thing she ~arena Meier competed in two events at lhe USATF National ChamlTion~ips in Sacramento, Cafif. She ran tl-,a ~500m which she fin- ished in :~lsl ~ace with a new per- son nel best time o~ 5:06. She also ran lhe 3000m which she finished in 13th pl~ce with a new personnel best time of 10:58. knew she hit the ctlrve sign and trav- eled on north on cOtmly road Damages to KDOT curve sign wood post. Acci- dent investigated by Kit Oat. Joly I at aplx'oximately 9:20 p.m. on Highway 14, David ldcMullen, Cottrtland, driving ~2007 Ford pickup stated he wa,ldfiving noah on Hwy t4 going to the Lovew ll l ake when a deer came out of the fields that are on either sideof the mad. Accident inws- tigated by Jake Miliia-s. Jul~ 5 at approximately 10:15 a.m. on N. Commercial St 250 feet north from Main St. in Ma~kato, Stanley Abram. Jewell, driving a 20C9 Chevmlel pickup was backing ottt and didn't see anyone coming and backed into Gary Col~n. Jewell, driving a 1994 Chevalier pickup- Colson saw Ahram backing out and swelved tO miss but was unable to becau~ of oncoming traffic. Accident inves';i- gated hy Kit Oat. Jul y 5 at approximatel y 8:20 p.m. at mfLelXqSt 215 on US36. Linda Mellon, Ma~ kurD. was traveling west and had a deer run inttd he side iffher 21~k5 Buick eltie~e Ace;dent investigated by Ak'orn. July tel at appto~mvqely I 1:15 a~m~ tm North.;how Rd t~, o il!,ile~ east |'~)m KId. A~hley Douglas. L't:unland. was tlri,iiig cast v, hen a deer ran out in I to, t of her. She hit the deer with the pas ~nger side lmnt bumper of her 2( g)~, H ,ntla van. Accident in yes!inure0 by Wanklvr~ July 16at app~t~ximately 2:20 p.m. on 50 Road 30 IL'et noah from S Road. Kay la Sholtz wastraveting north when a deer ran out in front of her from the weal m the east. Sholtz moved right mhen left and lost control of Mr 2005 Ford -E.~ape vehicle and ended up in the west ditch facirtg south. Accident investigated by Smart Vance. July 24atal~roximately 12'. I 0a.m, Sam's Fest* Saturday, Aug. Poker Run I Registration - 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. All vehicles welcome Horseshoe Tourney Register - 3 p.m. Start- 4 p.m. Homemade wood Late afternoon local fired pizza to follow entertainment I Poker Run Kill Creek Rising I 5 p.m. - until ? ,8:30 p.m, to MidnightI m "77~e g(mg s all here ,I 11' 511 Grand Ave. 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, Kan. t ttett t tttttt lt~@tt tttett t tttlt@@ttt The OlrF.The.t r Each row has five rows of is theater seats for sale. Contact Christopher Kios $1 00 785-545-5948 IIi ~1, on X Road 0~.~ miles west From 190 lad Walgle Unden~ood,driving a 2005 Ford pickup was traveling west on X Road and went oven a slight incline mad hit a deer. Accident inve-stigated by A.l~m. Burr Oaksyc Rosin C~lpbell wen1 oa a 10 day vacation recently. She auended Ihe wedding of her granddaughter. JOSel~ine Harper, to Mike Gont.alez. The wedding took #ace aZ the 0mmu- nily building in Haven on July 16. She also went to visit her great-grandson. Traeton Beam. at eke h~ pital in Wichita. and with family visited the zoo July 23 Rosic attmxd~ the third birthday party of her great-g r~ddat~glt- tees. Harper Davis and Gabriella Gonzatez+ ia Ha'~en. 1 o15 Barnes. Smith Ctnler, met Cliff and Glenny Barne~ Tuesday murning to watch Paisley and Je~ie Oral par ticipate in their gymnas'cics class in Smith Center. After class the gmtmp had lunch together, Cliff and Glenny then returned their great-granddaugh- ters to their babysitter in Red Cloud. Petty Turner met Rose Lewis at the loeat care Thursday rooming for ddnks and a visit. Saturday afternoon visitors of Cliff and Glenny Barv, es were David and Lori Boules. Smilh Center, Darin. Amanda and Lilly Bames, Red Cloud. Gary and Penny Turner went to Salina Friday and had lunch with their grandson, Zachary Koppelman. Bob Hines, Cliffand Glenny Barnes went to Hastings Saturday evening to attend 1he 13th annul Bob Johason Memorial race at Kam Raceway Kyle Ord drove in the wingless 600 Outiaw class during the evening, There wepe 24 cars in the wingless division. Kyle was in the third heat of those cars and came in third in his heat which auto- mmically qualified him for the A fea- ture race. In the fealure, Kyte started in the s~xmd tow oa the outside and was doing well .~mtil his brakes slarted hea~- ing up and. eventually k~:ked up cau~ tag him to have to pull into the infield. 1bus ending his racing for the evening Also attemvJing to watch Kyle rate were Keller. Patsy.The)los and Kooper Ord. Kasey Ord, Diana and Jeff Ord. Katie, Paisley, Jerzie an6 Remi Ord. David. ~)ri a.nd Code Baln~, Jessica Barnes and Brynlee Man- ning took Che,yl Hillman out for sup- per 3aturday evening in Superior. PennyTumer had a video presenta- titm entitled "1 Dreamed t Had an In- review with God" at the Christian Church Sunday mt~rning. Richard Cox's ~l~'ted ~nptme reading was Luke 12:13-21 for hit message en- litled "'A Fool and His Money." America i~ known zttr~mglwul the w.rld In be a land tff plenty; however, a man's life sht~uid not be measured hy hi ahund~c of possessions. Covet- ins our pos~essiomts puts blinders on our spiriluality, True sali~t'action ia our lives comes truly fr~:m God and 1"ran!, a deep. abiding love and relation- ship with Jesus Christ. We can end up bankrupt toward G~d it" we })ave ant put our trust in Him. W all plan ahead for vacation trips. Are we makin~ "01an s Thutsclay. AuguSt 4. 2'O16 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B I Rock hi~ts stu~ents thatat~ended the Kansas FBLA Summer Leadership Seminar, are (from tell ) Katie ReinerL Sam Unde~oo,d, Mezvah Nobi and Emma I:teinert. The group attended workshops and participated in group activities designed Io devetop and enhance leadership skills. for our final tffp to t,-ternity? Ora~ we letting the acquiring of possessions blind us to what is rea'qy important. Followine the servile Peggy Wilson ~tl'ed as hostess f~r birthday Sumday ~f~s~ments. Steffc~ and Corie Barnes had lunch with Cliff and Glenny Barnes at a Red Cloud restaurant Stmday. Later Cliff and Gl~nny ~mpped to visit at the farm home of/eft and Diana Ord. There wilt not he a meeting of the BurrOak Cmnmtmity Club in August. The next ~rmeting will be Sept. I at 6:30 p.m. Jewell Co. Memories C0nli0ued [mm-page I United Brothel Cht,rdL 'l"ll~ AlhensTownship voti~ pdaee for the primary ~ectiun was r l~'ated to II~e Melvin Dtmglas t~sidence. Aug~i 2, 1956 The Harley Zimmer and Floyd Dunst~n ralnilies were being rewardcd with somue fine vegetables after irrigat- ing their gardens. The Beloil Swimlrting P~I was re,tt~ for the use of Jeweli people fmmtl 9:31) In ] I p.m. the e ~ning of Aa~. 8. "fb.o~ r,t~l havkng transporm- tiun to BeM~t were LO mn~.~t on the soulh side O[th Jewell Park and translx~rla- thm ~'~uuld t~. pr~vided. A nnid-etomlng fire destroyed the Hutchinson Macl~inc Shop. It was lo- cated ~m Highway 14 near @e south cdge tff Jtwett, At the tim*= of the fir~, Mr, I|ulthimtson had gone to the l.o~.ewell area i,~ help mos.c a huilding. rl~ sht~,c~ltaimn.',J a fi re,: tumin~ [uthc. pt~wcn- I~fls. v, ldi,~g cqifipmenl and htmnd.reds UJ'lmns a~:cum|l mlalt:d 1 hnnl@h- on1 the )'ears of operatkm. 'I'1~ loss was said t~= be hea~y. Cu,gress~mm Winl Smith ~id I1~ mlal It;It'~ gft.'atesl [|e;."~.] ~,i as a bMamlced budget wdth h,wer taxes. H~,s plod-oft included: "An~ l am) pn~gram should b nl.~id+.' for Ihc t'amnil o0 the latin; Our ehiklren and grandchildren must Interested in becoming an EMT? There will be an upcoming EMT class October-March Classes will be held two nigM a week from 6 to 10 p.m. with an occasional all day Saturday s~ion also An infommtitm meeting will be held Wednesday, Aug 31 at 7 p.m. G10 E NotCh ST, l~nkato, Kans. (Jewat County EMS Office) If intt~$t~l, please atte~ the meetin9 or contact Vincent with any questions at 785-3784]069 Registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 12 ,i Thank You Thank you for your gener~s sug0orl at the 20t5 Jewell County Fair for our youlh durin~ Ihe Livesloek Premium Sale. The youth and fair board appreciate your continued entombment to helping our y~tah. Ale~er M0brs I[KL AuT0ra Cool~ral.~ R& H Ranch 5:~n~ Wt~mg, Pioneer Se~d C $ C Tr~ bne C ~ W F~rm ~l;~Y Cachliac I ,~slock X-Press Carl & Karen Fdg~irls Cacrlm tmp~ernenl Caleh Mabn Insurance Cenlral Nabo~al Bank M~nkalO, C0=~ordia C,I,zen 5tam Agency Corlene Lange C, ou~Fand Journal Darrell Mrlie* Attorney at Law Da~s Fa~s - J~n Da~s Duis Meal Processing J~ll ~nly Fam~ 0ure~u Fa~ay C~op- 13e]~l Farm Credil Union, uan~lo G[~ Fam~ I-~nel Vet Ida Peout~ J & H ~er, h~ Jason Odman 4nsorance Jewe~i Cotmly ~N~ Jw~ell Em~10rmant Jewal Courtly Feeders Kie~s Thriflway I~tF$ Radio- Supe~ Landmark, iriS. Uoy(rs Si~air Male0m Flying Service Ma~ka'co Liv~toek Man.to P~es~0~al Pharmacy Marsh C~eek Farm M~ws ~i ~ Midway Coop Nanc~ S~ NOb 8e.ss Atweo~ Non, an & Doris Gr~ Paul ~(~ CPA Peers F~I Pdce Fonuam Randall ~o-op Fk~.~rt Catts~ ~n Seed F;ussell ~ltle & ,)andre Greene $1~il~ey Farm & Livestock Sl~ing Ca'eek Farms Superior Commodities T & L T~utking Tebow P[u~ Co. ~psc, n OK Tt~ ~m~l R~al Eslate AuCti~ Vyek~ Ga~an Fmrrr ~neau F~, have something tu look forward to other than a htmrdensome tax load: The pm ~eeds from the sale of govt,[neat proper~y should be applied It~ rcducing the federal debt; We slseuld stop Iryiug Io hu ild w oddwide ~'ial progress with billionsof U.S. Tax dollars; We shotdd 1o~ up U~le Sam's world-wide girt ~lmp; Oar fann program acreage ailof meals sht~uld he tlisc(mti~ucd and bushel aiio[meitt u.~d: "J'i)e rigi~t not to jtfixx a union should be pn)vided as is the right to join a union: Lel' s ha~ less talk at"smt saving intemalional free- dots with your tax dollars and more about giving Americ;ms .~nnd multcy. ~)und govcmnmnl, free enlerprise, in- dividual freedom, a chance to tts,e their own talents and perhaps make mis- takes, If we wUi do Ihi-% the bes'~ is }.el to come," In an advertisement Roderick Weltmer said, "3 am told wild slories are ci~'ulating over the counly thai ~e broke into the courthouse and were caughtafler midnight pilfering n.x:ords in the otmnly altomFrmmey's of'f ice. None o[ this is tr-~.'" Wchmct explained, "Eorly one evening with the knowl- edge of the janitor and the ix, rmissi~a ofcounly clerk wc worked a couple of I~urs in thecom~ty ck'rk's oltice check- ins voter rcgixtration books which are a public record. It was no secret and we kft the same way we came in, through Continued to page 7 Burx Oak Weather Larry Gillett, NOAA obse~'er Temperatu res High f~u" the WL',d ~8 Law tbr [1"~ week 59 Pft, d pila!ion Thi.~ wc~k I -k.t.) 8 Year todaK' 17 9.) LXuI~ h' h~ Jlhl ],~, July 22 ~fi 59 J~zly 28 ~fi 65 July 29 ~fi 63 July 3~1 g2 63 July 31 $2 65 Au~. i ~ 69 Aug. 2 91 71 Thank You We want to thank all of our children and grandchildren for giving us a most memorable 50th anniversary celebration. We loved our special gift, a big thank you for all the many cards and congratulatory wishes. Eldon and JoAnn Doud FARM SUCCESSION PLANNING SEMINAR AUGUST 1 6, 20 1 6 I O;OO A.M. TO 3:30 P.M, JE'WELL COMMUNITY CENTER ",':- "-'~&~~a~t~Fr.~, Featured Speaker: ROGER ~CEOW~ Registration: i~0Cite HI/ND P~! Rock Extension Oistrlct- Mankalo Olft~ courthouse, 3e7 N. Commercial (785) 37~.3174 $10 per person 'Fatuity Rarer4 or mo~e membors) is EI per persoa" Regls~aUon deadline is August 9 t Payment aue at time of regis1~k0n Lunch ~'ovidecl -$~: KSTATE Re.arch ~nCt ~s~ ~un~ ~atl/Itmt t'~m DANE 13. HAN~iEN Jm~l~q~m~m~ F B U N B AT IO N ~am~0am ;.#.~i~,~ T.~;It~ ~ ~l ~#-~ &~ .q,~4w~.~4'~ ~PIN I~ ~t.+ r~4t~-' p ~ mt~'~ ~r ~.~c.u~'~-' # :~''~ p';