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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Northbranch By Esma D'iJh:m "[t|,~ f~;lsl WL~k or so has been an intere-4ing trip back in time for some of the I~'al residents. Fits|. toha~ the great.grand,on of Ed and Sarah Ketium. Asher Kellam. who lives in israel to come seeking information and ~-eing whe~ his rooL~ am. ar, d then severat days this week. Roger McNiehols, Jr of Oklahoma came wsth the same goal. Roger b oeght with him several totes of his late father's collections of family history-- pictu.re~. Mtters.rews. papetclippingt, ~,His bas ofopera- |ions was at Lizzie's House in Northhratch. His first stop last Mort= day wag the home of Kermit and Loyce Jelfery, where he was delighted Io get numerous stories of family interest as only Kermit could tell them. Next he .shased hi s totes at the home of J0hn and Erma Dil?on, again with qaestioRs of our memories relating to funnily and I~'al by=gonedays. Squeezed ia a.mand ailofthis, Keradt and Kelly McNicho|s flunk him to places of interest and he visited the Walnut Creek and NoRhbranchcemeteries He was a last Tuesday evening supper guest at the home of his cousin, Keliy and Becky McNichols and Grace, whe-~ more remini ~mg was in order, Wednesday noon he drove to Superior to visit his aunt Joyce McNichols. and besides a g~axt visit, they dined in Maakato at noon, Thursday morning he and Erma finished gleaning hi-qor7 from his re- mainingtolesandfirom theNoahbraach m,Lseum at Lizzie's. He then p~ked up his treasured totes and persona[ belongings, leaving Lizzie's to join Joh~ and Erma for lunch, again in Mankalo, He wasa delighl to visit with and so interesied in the insights he gleaned from his visits here in tkis aa:a. One of the interesting item~ Roger Ibund in his dad's family coUection ~as a diary written by Warren McNichol.~ in 1953 and 1955, Warren had an interesting v(x'ahula~, to say the least. Here are a couple of hi.'; qmJ:c~ Jan 5. 1953: "'What happened hxlay"~ Well. l pilotedt hec~iser out to the farm this a.m Like to gee the grand,~as often as possible. Who know~ how wondcrlul grandchildren are hut grandpi, rentsT' Jan. 15. 19:53: "l did an a~tojgshin~ Ihmg this rooming, t aro~' I~-fop: Mama did. l i~ls,~c'~ ~tl enuf energ) tO |urn on the 7 o'chx~k radm negs. Then feebly crawled in ~d ~gdlll. [ distorled thespring in the cha. ~:al the r ~,ll of the morning,'" March 2% I L~53: "'Tim ~at of my truul- ~er, ,~ere pres~-d cto~ly to a cbair m-,ll of Ihe day." After ,several year~, ~ntlcnng Ifn~m hear[ trouble. Warren died ut April I955. Roger i~ g*.'ncr- ,m',ty sharing this llr*:a~.ure, along g nh '.~'~ or,1 tot "~, td olh,:r family mcm,~lla- i~,Lp J ~ttll A y re~ I~ SeD der ol ].o~ ~ d] jet lah, l~a~ol~.~ had hm,:h llogethqr onc ~1:~) tilts w@~k+ cal~ hilllg tip tin. each ,her'~ comings and going.~. ] ~p.II Wedn~May. Ivan Fro,t bnlug hi Jii ilirt, c of thf{r hg.'al grandchildren hu me w ith hi m to play. They warned to gtl out m t|te windbreak and play in flmir "'hideout." [van were with them and eig.htye~ old Whitley climbed a Iree. Ivan 1old him to get down. Well, to make a short story, he fell out (five orsix feet firom acmtc'h lathe tree) am] landed on an old broken limb with some ~ha@ branch slubs sticking up, This was abom 5 p.m. Long sto~y sho~t. his parents, Wayne and Nalalie, took him to the ER in Beloit where he had surgery to repair the severe injury tn-i- der he. amL .A.o:itl~nt~ like llhc~.e make gruel.rip, reals fed I~ .1. but. as Wayne said. "'Youc~f t rathe IIl~tg:l hi a bubh~. ." [-arl B nckley tno%ed Tuesday t~'~h Vtcu~rian Lega ) a,~L~ted ii~ing [acil- it) in SUlx'ru~;u-. -[ he',e ur~ ~ u~tuai],y tak' ."g~nle atljuMn~=['nt:~ hl, iI are ill the ThurlKlay, Au~u~ 4, 2016 '.hat Clai~ has some fanny dance moves] AI yce Gil]ett took grand ~ns. J ~vJ Gille, and Andrew Bonehrake, to Min- nesota for some cousin time ~ver the weel~'nd. They slayed with Dennis and Su~ Olson, Brandon, FJi and Sophia- Marcia and Alli~n Giiiett joined them for a picnic at a nearby lake and boat nde.~ and tubing. Dennis took the boys to the Scott County Fair while the women p|ayed board ganges. Sunday afternoos, Alyce took Murcia and the child~ out to eat whi~e Den. his arm So san did landscaping work. Then she did some school clothes shop- ping with the girls while the boys were playing Pokemon Go. S~m Gillett has been recovering from total knee replacement and going. to physical theraW. While Alyce was 8one, Dereck Gillett was in charge of geRing his granddad to PT and helping with chores. Tylen Heather. Kyrdee, Tayte. C.J. arid Keeper Ftavin, Me.ode, Julia and gowaJ:, lsla and Maryn Darby, 1.'o- peka. visited at the Greg Ravin home Friday, Saturday and Sunday~ They went swimming m &.e Red Cloud pout on Sa~un~lay and had a barbequ Sal~- day everdng at the Es~on park. Seth Flavin and Destiny and I"Iem'y Walker, Eshon, joined them at ~ L~urbeglue, John Pa~oas was the volunteer dryer on Fri.d~y for John Pillon's di- alysis treatment in Hastings. John Dillon had his first immunothecapy treatment Tuesday at the cancer ~nter in Hastings. This is a fairly new typeof treatment for melanoma. LaVae Glover paid a neighborly visit to Marityn Jeffery Sunday after- noon. Kermit and Leyce leffery dined in Mankato Sunday noon and then vis- ited her sisler, ton'ate Buckley, at LTC in the afternoon. Brady Jeffery.scm of Todd andGina Jeffery. and Lcxi Jeffery, daughter of Brad and Colleen Jeffery. ~efl Sunday aftermam with the youth group front Mankmo foe a week in Canada doing mission work~ Mel and 'Victoria Willitts joined a youth gn~up from Jewe|l, travelling In Coloradt, for a chu~:h camp. 'lhe ~ four younL~ people are great examples of~ Northbraneh Friends youth and we are proud of Iheir advem. tur ~ in Christi~ events, II Ioma ll Bed Engelhen, Lawrence. Ran vi ~Sled his grandma. Neva ShoemakeL .n Fndav aight Saturday u'~rning B r, ld rt~k i|i~ litlntLU~ do~ llo the eel liar a ch ck,p WI,ik' tit Bek~it, he ',toiled hi, grai'.dpl~ |'Ialokl Sh~maker- at 1he I,'[C, MLtchell C mnlly Ho pitat. ai~,d thor: relnnn.%l I|ontc. l.a~,'~ Mt~nday. Korea ['lreglen went to A~:dovcr and visited her father- lear hdm~,ton. She stayed the nighll at the htmte Of SCOtt and Rachel Be, den and fantily in Goes:~l. I,a*t'ruesday, Kamn went with. her granddaughters to the fair, watched their sewing projects be- ing judged and attended 1he style re- view. Last Wedne~lay and Thursday. Koran jutl~ed all the lairs in Bellevtlle and ()sb, mte. Rod Ro~ hxmghl the S umhy morn- ing rr~ ~age a [onia United Meihodisl Church. The mes:.gtg w~ lit~ed "Fitt- ing Our Lives With Him." Brad Kohn was greeter and Dale Simntelink was the usher- Rita Rose lit the alt~reand Its. Ann Colson was the pianist and Linda K.ha was the organist. A baptism was hem for Ransom Lee Arntt a~d Nicho- lab Andrew Col~n, ~ons of Perry and Lisa Colson ol" Jewell~ Pastor Gerry Sims. assisted by Rod Rose,conducted tim baptism. Refreshm~ls were la~er ~erved in the church an~g. and Bobi Fogo and family. Roger and Arrilla F~de. B~'uce and Rim Fedde and Zeke, and the Fealties' ho,segue~t. Bob Fitzsimmons, Wash- ington state, all went on a week+s trout fishing trip to Gunnison, Colo, Bob traveled by plane hack to his home front Colorado. Dick and Gloria Sclaefli stayed a few days last week trailer camping at Lovewell Lake. Doug and Pat Boyles were visitors nn S~turday night and they all h~ supper together at the marina Sunday,S~ve Harris and h is daugh- ter, J~yn, of Kansas City, ~yed the night at the home of Roger and Arrilla Fedde.The Hamses had stopped at the Feddes' oa their way toColorado.They ~ntinued on to Colorado Monday momi.~8 Jewell By Hol, Annette Burks went to K.insley to visit ~ sister Becky. and bring her moth~, Teresa Baxa home after visil- ing Becky. Thursday ~ Red Hot Jewel]s rivet at the Scoop for Lunch. Severn! Red Hatters and a guest were on hand to hear the guest speaker Digger Joke, report on his bicycle trip from Califor- niato lqo~ia. He hopes some day to go around the word. Next month the group will he going Io Norton for the day. Gordon and Betty Kibbe came from California to attend 0g" fw',eral horror- lag her brother Nell Gordanier. Miola Griffeth and Skan)n Tulla~ joined othe~ in their camping group staying at th~ B loi| Pork. Carol Dive{ and Jan ;Schumacher went to Ai,'enda for an outing. They found different shops and other inter- .~ting sites on thor outing. Judy Mallory went to Salina to visit her daughter Friday. We have welcomed some rain and hope liar more as the temperature gets dose to 100 deg~es. Micah Daniels deliven:d the ~r- nmn Sunday ~rmming al the Jewell Christian Church. Mary Shelton received visits from ~v~ral family nmmbe~this week. Last Tuesday morning, a daughter-in-law, loletta Sbanthurg, brought two great grandchildren Clayton and Maddy Shamhurg. to spend the morning. Granddaughter Megan Null brought great granddaughter Joelle Null by Tuesday aflemoon. Granddaughter Cianna Det~.~nt six:at Friday and Sat- urday visiting not only her gramlmotl~r trot also Gene Carlton. Arleta Carlton and R~'hcl Crou ~. A special treat for ('~na was Curtis S;~am burg bringing a horse so she could go horseback riding. Cianna wear home Saturday evening Se,cral vi,~iled llhe Cronse house Ihi'~ week inch,d~ng Metinda Ro.~. Manhattan; Ciaana DeLeofl. Com'ordia; Mary Mallory, Austin Ma I lory. S hat, m'tu~lar, M;oil yn Bour- Ig~tt, Mar) Sttclton. I n~y Buscr, and Brian Koster. Karma. l;~ty ",rod Rachel Crosse 'were nt the Kansas Cny area thr a few days visiting lautily ~.l'qd friends. July 2--I, they allended a birthday party hi,n- tiring two-year-old Grayson Rose. (irayson is a great grandson of [7~x and Nal|Cy Headri~.'k. While in KansasCity they also saw ll~lr daughter M,ch l{e Riddle. and their grandson Tamark'k Riddle. along with his friend Atiie Wehb. Satunlay Karma Crou ~ allcnd~cd Thu~y, Augu~.t 4. 2016 Dispatch and Ly.an Boersma, Ray and Ginger DeBey. ~ Passage SutKlay morning was I Chronicles 29:10-13. Theme Sunday morning was "A fitting conelusio~ to oar prayers." Passage Sunday evening was Galatians 6: t- 10. Theme Sunday / evening was"Prayer applications+" of Mr. and Mrs. Jon DeJcrag stayed the Mankato Ea qer Beavers 4.H Club banner receded grand champk>n a.llhe Jewell County I~air and nOw has ~he opporlunily |O go on 1o the Kansas State Dunstan and family. Sandy and Russ Henningsen vis- ited his dad. Rex, in Beloit Thursday. then stayed the rest of the day with Judy ZimmeL They and Opal McElroy had I~nch out and then visited at the Zimmer home iu the aflemoon. Satur- day. A~g i Drehet and family came tbr the weekend to visit her mother, ]ndy Zimmer- Sunday overnighl and Mon- day, they visited Roger Zimmer. E]ain,~ Peters kept William P lerS Friday. That evening she attended the Mitchell County Fair to listen lo the Smith Family's m~Lsica~ program, Last Wednesday evening. Eight and Dan Peters, C]iffVetter and Barrelt Fenner attended the Cloud County Rodeo at Conco~ia~ Mark and 1.uk Peters took part ia the rodeo and Jerry Peters did the bull riding. Stac-ey and Anastasia Hutapea. Ph0~aix. Art z. are visiting her parents. Mark and Becky Novak They. along with Riley and Ayla Jackson, attended the Novak picnic in BeUe vill Sunday. Thateveniag. Harley and Bobble Jack- son joined them for suplx=t al the Novak home. Saturday evening. Vickie Farmer and Iwo grandehildren took Nevada and CliffVetter to the Mitchell County Fagr lo hear the Phil Vetter faraily's musical program. Elaine Peters slopped by andbrought her pacenlshome while the others slay~ Io take in other fair events. It will be pleasure to have the end- less political mailers and phone calls end after the primary electron. The dislot"lt~d statements against candidatt~ tn the Big First Distri,n have been atrocious and runs1 of it tni organiza- tions outside @ state of Kansas. all~ti'lOrlt~iiltl By Fawoa Barrel| Clouds blackened a~d I~ured over the sky. Wind raged in harrica+~e.style (though [ have ne~'cr*.'~pedenced such{ fidlowed by ram coining like a ware[- fall with.vengeance al heart. I"[cu~.~ shook. Flowers flopped their heads lhb, way and that. The rain ohlkerated lh ~cr~cr':', taking collumand uf nature. And then it dwindled to light drops falling gentty Io splash in the water puddles. Regardless how the rain falls. Kan- sas is g~', ner and brighter than most years at thLs -~a.son. Fair. the funeral held for her cousin Steve l"leadrick, in St~perior. Nab. Steve was a lifelong sideat of the Olive Hill Corn munity of northern Jewel ICounty. Eleanor CrottS, Garden City. cel- ebraled her9th bJnlglay wilk her g~at grandfather Rex Headrick in BeLoit Sunday. She was joined hy her parents Bret and Lacie Crolls. and siMings Rex Crotts and Charlotte Crotts. Oth- ers altendin8 the pady were Nancy Headdck, Bt~an and Slurry Roster. Frosty, Kerma a 'td Rachel Crous~. along with Melinda Rose, Manhattan. Randall JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A By Fawna But'mR A hard rain fell Thursday evening, dropping mote thou an inch ofrai~ in a short time. More rain early Sunday morning measuring .t0 of an inch or f.n'l+ Micah Danielswasguest speaker at the Randall Community Church Sun- day. Pastor Dan Daniels traveled with the youth group to Colorado for a few day's retrcac Next Sunday the lewell youth group will sham their experi- ences in Colorado during morning worship in Randall and at the Jewell Christian Church. Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday with nine present fora picnic dinner. It was great to have Nevada VeLter ba~k with us. Me{ante Griffeth was a guest. Jan Thornton conducted a .short busincs,s ~ling, Bills we:re ab lowed. Fawna Barrett reported on the boan:l meeting for North Central Flint Hills Agency on Aging at Mankato and the county cocci! meeting in Randall, F-we stayed to play cards. Graveside services for A. Neit Gordani~r were Saturday morning Out of town guests include Gary and Jane Gordanier, Johnny GoManier, Jeff and Cindy Gordanier and soo, Betty (Gor~anier| and Gordon Kibbe and several cousi0s. Charles (Chuck) Gordanier, Kansa gCily. and his mother Lee, Webster, Texas, were unable to h-av l from Lheb respective homes be- cau-,e of poor l~a[th Dehbie Galoway, DeCoy, stayed a few days with her mother, Leota Clawson, last week. V icki Mahiu vis- ited them, Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe, C~,rdnn and Betty Kibbe, Run and Jean Kibhe met for lunch Sunday, Sunday visitors of Cliff and Ne- vada Veiter and the Farmer faro i ly were Earl Dunstan and girls. Janie and Elwin Public Hearing Notice The Cigar Mankato will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016, at9 a~rn. in the City Hall, 217S. High St, Mankato, for Ihe puq0~se of considering an application tube submitted to the Kansas Depadment of Commerce for Small Cities Community Development Grant funds u ndet th e Housing Category. A specific p~ject applicalion to be discussed is housing rehabililafion in an area generally bounded on the north'by North Street, on the south by South Street, on the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy DeBey. Mr. aml Mrs. Brent Koops stayed the w . kend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Koops, Happy bit@day to Rodney Arnold July 25; Pastor Steve Boersma and Dennis Romtan, /uLy 26; Adrimme Allison/uly 30. Happy anniversary to Roy and Stacey D~Bey, July 25; Jeff and Marla Koops Jo~y 29. II Esbon By G]~"ma Fogo Friday, Joan Broecke[man trav ted to Topeka where she joined her sister. Iamie, aad hushand. Roger Rooker. and then all rode together to Kansas City, Mo to attend a Mizner cousins reunion. The group gathered at the Embassy Suites for a weekend of vis- iting and remiei~ing, Barb and Ray Mizner, Bevefl.y and Dwight Frost also amraded the reunion and were joined by others from various directions. This group are the descetvJents of Sam and Gedie Mizner. l"lmy have two aunts still living, Agnes (Mizret) Kindler, Hoisington, and Gwen (Mizner) Mitchell, California. Last Friday, lone Shipley was in Wichita for some time with grandson. Cameron, but them were also olhet special people there that made the day cgtfa special. One of die o~rs was Cameron's eOtLsin, |oae's~ugh- ter, Mindy (Shipley) Newhet'r3, and baby daughter, Raylie, Coalgate, Okla. ]t was jl~sl a special day which they visited and had time together. Lila and Megan Frosl stayed Mon- day putting the final touches on Megan's country home rear Long ],~ land.The house is now ready f~ Megan to trove into as she starts her dnttes with the Northern Valley ,School. Bill Rhodes has moved from t~ farm inLothe hou~ formerly tg:cupied by ' he Justin Vajgan family, Sunday, ]one Shipley was in Min- neapolis where her hrother.Lew is. was the fill-in minister at his church Also his daughter. Blight. wa~, prc,~nl. ThLs community was favored with a nice amount for rain Thur-,day evening. Of course.depending on who you talked to, there were various amounts rece/ved. They varied from ,40 m ~,10. Thals the story or'summer rai ns.There wag a considerahl an~ount of wind with this one, Gary. Teresa and C~men:n Shi pley have been vacationing in the Yellow. stone National Park area. Eu|a Silshy, l~e v~ly Frost and tone Shipley attended the singspimtioo at North branch Sunday evening. Bevedy was part of the entertainment "'O Worship the King." On this 1 ] th Sunday a~Pentecoat those gathering at the Esbon United Methodist Church wen: greeted at ike door by Gale Burgess. Rod Rose, lay speaker, brought the mornings m~- sage. Janet Kri~ey arid WandaThm-rurtel were the musicians. Jim ~ Dereck Gillett the ~Ik.~, Lane Uoder~oed assisled with communion, Deanna Undenatood had p~pared the commun- ion elements. Lila Frost inste~dofhav- ing a special read the roles that have been drawn up for anyone wishing to use the church be, semen1. Rod chose "you handed om a sandwich'Y' for the titleof his message and mad 26 vers~s from John 4. He talked about Jacob's well. The verses in John 4 are the only place in the Bible where Jig'ob's well is m ntion~. The well is on a mountain top. It seldom has water in it anymore. but at orte time was a necessaD' I(~a- tion for getting water and .le ius kDcw about it. II now hag a church built over it. "A charge to kc,:'p J have.'+ Get your goals high end you will aLways move f, tn-w~vd, Judy Donley visited me Sunday morning. We had time to catch tip on the lat,~t news each of us knew about, Brleka from Kan. used all around the worId Continued from page 7 the advent of modem transponation and lechnology and the changing economy, mosl brick pta:nLs ch> gd and consolidated. Cloud Ceramics and Kansas Brick and Tile are Iheonly two remaining in K~s, but between the two of them. they produce more than 70 million bricks per year. "Yet have lo constant ly nt(x~em iz and upgrade your F.wilities,'" Mike said. Both plants now use a more energy- etl icient tannel kih~ sy~lem wllh auto- marion and robotics. New pl=aRv, were bnih at Hoisi,gttm i, 1997 and in Concor~ia in 2(Kkl. :l.~'h planll em- ploys more Ihan 70 people, These are nol your grand[alher'~ brick,i. [n dmold days, you cxmld ha~'e any color brick you wattted, as hmg as il was plain red~ Now ti,ne ~ have changed. "'We offer more than 2(XI stylcs and t'otom ofhric ks," Mike said. For example, it iS now possible to get h'-icks in huffs, bmwm, reds, pinks, irOOspots, greys arid more. When bdcks are fired al different te mpemture ~.they produce di fferenl resu Ils. It is also pos. sihle to u~ diffecent nddilives and tex- lures. Flash ftring Ih I~ck or ~iag blends will also produce different COI- OPS. "['hese companies emphasi;~e qaal- i1> and customm- ~rvice. The result ha~ ht't .n that lhege c'~)mpanai ~, ~rve custu mcrs nat ionwide. -'We Imve ~ld bricks in almt~t ever3 ~dale m the conlineotal U.S. phls ReOeolly. when { was in Longlnont. ('anmial"'Mike,aid."Mo~tof.u.r h,-,~v Colo at the memorial {unehe.n. a ~e-',-st~fn>mtheR,~'kyMouatamseast" woman came over to ine and as~d il'| Many bricks are hipped hy In~.'k. bul xome are shipped from Con ,~:dia di= was from F, sbon. Of course all )~u re. 'tly h,~ rail to Houston. San Antonio readers know what my answer was, and Ne~, Yvrk. She w,enl onto say that al one |Line.she lived at Haysand workedwith a woman who talked about Esbon and her last name was Pate. I said. "You mean L.orena'r' Of course I was right. She had all good th ingsto say abot,t Lorenz. Goes to show n0 manet where you gc or what yogi am dmre for you'U ~'ind -,~me(me who knows someone ~r~[~lu know or maybe t~y just know about Esbon. One morning this week, Larry McNahb had coffee in Es~)n and then headed north driving his picknlp and pulling his travel trailer. Larry said he was headed for Wyoming where il was cooler. One of the ~ companies' special- ties is matching or creating brick col- t~ and designs to match ex isling h~ks or new L"onstrouli.tln. This is part of why the companicf/' Iwt~ur~l~ are so tx~pular. The companies" bricks have been used from coast to coast, and in such pronlincnl places as Boston Col- lege, Bill Gates School of Law, Ohiu State, Ha~vard, Duke University and right hen: in Kansas at K-State's new Wetakl Hall, "['hal"s impwssiv for hrick planL,; in rural communities such as Concordia. population 5.54g. aad Hoisington. population 2,918 people. extra care. Son. Ron. ha.~ stayed ~he tear rite concert in the park. held in work within the Mankato City Umils. The projectwill consist of rehabilitation of nine homes which paS[ several weeks ~ith -'EarI at his MankaLo, may be occupied by owners or renters and demolition of two vacant dilapidated structures. The home iT~ Mankato. He inust r~um to As at" Monday. Coke Wright re- estimated pro~=ct cost is $307,500 with the giant request for $300,000 of the project cost. The hi-*, hm~ i~ll Ctflorado Ihi s week tt~ mains a patient in the lCU at Mitchell prepare for his u~oa, ing teaching job, Co, tory Hospital in Betoit. The ooly ad~iti~na~fundswi~c~mefr~m~ca~matchingfunds~herpr~jectproposa~sintr~ducedattheI !s CLOSED | Satu~.lay. Brell. B~th. Lily. Claire vi.~itotx he is allowed are limited n um- h ea ring will be considered. Oral and written comments will be recorded and become a pa~ o[ the andWyaltWalkerya,edTerryand berofthmilyn,embersutalime. CityofMankaloCDBGCitizenPar~cipationP[an. Reasonableaccommodationswillbemade I i Markne Wa{ker in Clearwater fora -"w-, '- ".' .-.' r er notice . . . La e.~,:. c available to persons with disabilities. Requests should bo submiMedto Ihe CityClerk byToesday fanzt~ ~,eddmg One of MarLene a an Coff IL ,' ',", " Schlaefli me~ AlyceIG rm" ~ e ni,:;c> ~as getting .atarried Claireen- an o v nne Aug. 9, 2016. ,n kat and ,he. rio "",hn Tyl r, DC/ oyedtheweddin~dance-RethrelX'~,tied, gerber. Alyce ',wa~ back visiting ( 'had I Jo e This week s repod trorn 21)1 Commercial Mankato, K.an. 785-378-8047 Ma n kato Livestock, Inc. , Friday, July 29 8oord Certified Heolth Cote Provlclers ~f~'~ We will be closed A L L DAY 18 Mix Heifers 523 "=55.00 13 Bik Sleets 692 150,00 ADA Ce~'fieQ 14 Mix Hailers 535 151.00 17 Mix Steers T33 148.5C 24 BkHe~rs 64S 14; 00 10M.xS,ee,~ z84 146.00 &t Ano~y nWglk:r. I /:% Nolan.~ ~ :O:" S tu day, Aug 6 9 Mix Heifees 627 145.00 56 Mix Steers 919 144.00 "y u stun .P.R.N. Dicmne Ktomor, A P R.N. a r 9 Mix Heifers 637 143.00 53 BIk Steers 926 143.50 , 8 Mix H0tlers 616 143.00 9 Mix Steem 810 143.25 Bryon Houchens, P.A.C. g Mix Heifers 693 142.50 56 Mix Steers 931 142.60 9 B{k Heifers 670 141.00 23 Mix Steers 825 142.35 65 BIk Heifers 778 140 50 19 Mix Steers 826 142.35 23 BIk Heifers 771 139.50 10 Mix Steer~ 880 142,10 8 Mix Heifers 829 137.00 59 BIk Steers 941 142,00 69 Mix Heifers ?'83 136.75 40 Mix Steers 869 141.75 17 Mix Heifers 650 136.50 58 Mix Steers 1,002 139.25 92Mix Heifers 849 130 10 58 Mix Steers 9~'2 139.25 14 Mix Heifers 849 130.10 109 Mix Steers 980 t33.50 12 Mix Sleets 541 166 00 52 81k Steers 998 133.25 8 Mix Steers 504 "~61.00 9 MFx Steers 995 133.25 8 Mix Steers 600 158.50 9 Hol Sleets 832 10,500 9 Mix Sleets 650 15600 9 Cow C.a~ Pairs l ,351 1,400.00 18 Mi~ Steers 687 155,00 BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Consigned for Fridoy, Aug. 5 135 Mix Steers, 900-1 ,(300; 50 BIk Hailers, 800-650: 25 Mix SteePs, B50; 65 BIk Steels. 850 Jolt Russell, 785-374-4577, C.eU 785-819-61 I5 Neil Bouray, 402-879.5566 Scott Gre~m~. 785.545.8612 Kelly Bouray. 402.879-305'~. Cull 402-8P9-5567 9.16 Services Acute Inpatient core. Swing beds, Oulpollenl core, Pedio~rfcs. Ho~3pice. Cres~vue CoMo0e ADo~nts, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Lahore, tory, ~gH'ol ~adiorog,/, EKGs, CT Sca~ Ml~s, Holier MonF~c~'~, b-'rress Tes~n~ Venous ond Co'ofid Dopprer SluOJes. EchocofdloatOlT~ Annuol HeoMh FoUr PQrficipont, Women's H~.]lth Clinic or~ Kon 8e H~y Clinic Rehobilit(~ion D]obetic Eductofior~ Physical Thoropy, Speech Theropy, Occupofionol ~herQpy Jewe, Counl7 Hospital - Providing a ~endly, caring environment ,Serving our I:x#mnts and community JEWELL COUNW RURAL HEN.Tit CUNIC ]1)2 S~Jfh Cenler, MonkotO, Kon, 66956 785-578- ~1 I HOUI~- Moad~/~ lueg:l~, W~, ~ursdoy 8~m.- No~, 1 -Sp.m Fdcr~,- $ ezra. - Noon J JE'W~LL COUNTY HOSPITAL 100 CrY, Mankolo, Kon. 66966 785-37&-3137 || Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commcrcia]. Mankato. Kan. 785-37S-3183 .i- Wilt be Closing at Noon, Saturday, Aug. 6 and will be closed all day Monday, Aug. 8