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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD ThumOay, PaJgum iS, 2016 Friendship Meals ~adUne nears for Aug, 22-26 Monday - smothered pork chops, baked sweet pOlato, stowed tomatoes, bltmberry crisp. Tuesday = swt~| and so~ chicken over rice, winter bend vegetables, pearg. Wednesday - ribette on a ban, seal loped potat~s, zu~hini andtomatoes, pineapple, Thursday - taco salad, pinto beans+ lresh fruit, inmamon puff. Friday - oven roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, broccoli, fre ~ fret1. Meals delivered by Methodist C'hurch. ltarmmay UMC holds regular ~rvtce Harmony United Meth04ist Church met St, nday beginning with a prelude hy p,ani-~t Lyle Daurmr+ Welcome and a~nouncen~ents were presented hy Nikki Ost. This acotyte was daughter, Meili est. Children's time, presented by R,xl Rt.~. lay pastor, addressed hay, we tend to judge olhers wifl~out regard to any tools at all and that in any *.'a~ it is rm~ ourpo>ition in beju~ging. Special music was led by the adult Sunday school eI*LsS with con mega- tional pmaicipadon, singing "Jesus 1 Have Promise." The scripture read- ing w~ from Luke 12:49-56, with.~esas proclaiming that He came to earth tt~ fire and to divide. Rod's sem~on was titled "There will be a division," with the eontiauanoe of the topic in that He is known as the Pdnceof Peace and we a~ to love our neightx)rs as muselves. John the Bapti sl pr~laimed that Jesus would baptize with fire of the Hoiy Spirit. We are faced in this day and aL-,e with deciding and being led by His teachings and lead with the fire of the Holy Spirit in the fellowship t~l ]tr,'e. or to choose not to fo$iow. "[hi week's calendar evemts in- dude: Sunday, Aug. 2 |: Sunday ~chooL tarnler'.~ market. 6:30 former KSU Ioothall player Morgan Bumsto speak at the Amana Lutheran Church, ~oa,al,a. 1-,~'1 fret' to present a music special d~,t,Ilg church, cont~t the parish oG rice. Ha~e a great week and remember m t~dlow tit Christ's teachings of lov- ing ()fie another~ Auxiliary UlmOmiag events, activities VFW No. 7830 Auxiliary met Aug. 9 with nine members present. Sherr: Jeffery, president. I~esided over the meeting. Communications wave read from Loretta Bargeman. department president, +hank you cardn Ih~m SVI and summeryuath. Severn I centt tcate, that were received at department,:on- ~'ention were shared with members. Irene Brainard. Americanism chair- person, regorted that a POW-MIA and Patriot Day display wiii be at the li- brary next monlh. Members will be working on the display windows at Mankato Pktmbing and Appiiancx'. Ads and arlictes will be published in the local paper for Patriot' ~ Day. POW- M%A remembrance and suicide aware- ness. Ann Hanna brought ~seral lap robes she put together fo~ the ho~.pilal pmgranl.They will be taken In Depafl- II~lil Schotd of lnMruetion at Russe|l. For the legislative program. Sherri Jeffery gave members the correct way to'aikiress legislators if writ b0g tot hem, and encuuraged everyone to keep abreast ,f all bitis tha| benefit veteran s. All ,nemb r~ were mailed a men1. bership loner ~hi~ monlh, Ph)' ills Christie. ~'ho1~r~hIP chair- per~m, gave ~h+.' Ihcmc~, fi r the Voice Of Dem~'racy anti Patriot's Pen e~,*,a)' Contests. wh,ch .she wkii be taking It; schools this n,oqth. She i'~ ~lso encour- aging stut~nts tO participate in the Pa+ ttiotic Art contest. Shern Jetfery= veterans and family sttppt+~ llairperst+n. mix~tled fnm, the VI-"W Action Corp~ Wt.~ekly tire lalest telea~ on veteran suicide findings. Approximately 20 veterans commit suicide each day. On average, 14 of th=:se 20 a~' 'ant VA users. Sh .'rri al.~+ noted the Wounded Warritrr p~ nic will be held Aug. 27. It was anted that Marlene Neilsen, auxiliary member, would appreciate cards ~nt al~er her recent surgery. Youth programs were many thi.~ ~ummer. Rtmning concession slands foe volleyball and b,x~ketbail tourna- ments at high school, helping with the 4+H food stand at the Jewell County Fak and the concession ~tand for the ~ummer youth program at the ball fields.With these projects, many hours were devoted to the yo~tths. Old tm.sine.~.~ di.~ ts, sed, Bike Across Kansas pie stand, summer activities and the new flooring lathe VFW Hall which is almost completed. New busine~ consistedofappreval of-stara.ling orders, Highway 36 garage sale. approving ads for ~xt month. District School of Instruction will be held in Clyde. Programs for fire 2(]16-2017 will be presented. Next meeting for Vb"W No+ 7830 Auxiliary will be S~pl.13, $5 carry out l~q~appHcations The deadlines for the USDA, Farm Service Age ncy (FSA)to accept appli- eatiom; under the N0,ninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) for this year crops have been estab- lished by the K~ms State FSA Com- mittee+ The application closing date of Sept I applies to the following crops: at! small grain crops, except oats. bar- ley and cominuous crop wheal planted with the intention of harvesting as grain, plus aquaeuhure, canola, Christmas trees, nursery crops, ppellz, and turf grass sod. Crop,eligible for NAPhenefits am hmiled to those not insuraMe in the county and are prod~ned for food or fiber. Included as ehgible crops am fluricuI~urM, ornamental nursery, Christmas tree~, turf gms~ m'Jd+ indus- trial crops, seed crops, aquae ~tl turn (in- clmting ornamental fish), and forage e~ps for livestc~ck (mechanically har- vested or grazed}. lmerested produo~rs who may wish In participatein the NAP program mtt'~t visit their local FSA office incomplete aa Apple, cation for Coverage {CCC- 47 t ) and pay the applicable ~ruiee fee by the applicable sales closing date for the specific crop. Administrative ser- vice fees are collected in order to help offset the cost of implementing the program and range from $250 per crop per administrative county not to ex- ceed $750 per producer per adminis- trot teetotally with aS 1,875 maximum fee for multi-county producers. In the unfo~tmate event that a pro- dueer does suffer a ~o,s on their par- tieular crop, a Notice of Loss {CCC- :576) must be filed with the local PSA office within 15 calendardays after the disaster occurrence, or the date the loss i'~counes apparent to the producer. Once the Notice of Lo~s has been approved and prod action evidence cob letted, the prt~ucer must file an Appli- cation for Payment. This is done at the local FSA Office ~.s well m~td ntttsl be filed pri~r It, Ihe immediately subse- quent crop year acreage report date for the spo.-ific trap. PrcMucers are r~ponsible for pro- viding accurate and complete informa- lion. This includes timely certifyi,tg the unit's planted ac~ag and produe- tien with FSA. In general, acreage re- imrtingdeadlines are Dec. 15 for small grain crops, and the earlier of/uly 15 or i5 days prior to the onset of harvest or grazing for all other crops. Produe-+ tion reporting deadtines am =1o later than the immediately smhseqacat ~op year acreage ~porting date forthectmp. It's always imponam to check with the local FSA office todemrmine what the acreage and or production reporting deadlines are far each specific crop. W hen tequired@roducers shall pro- vide to FSA verifiable or reliable pro- duct~on evidence for 1~ crop by IWaC- lice. type and variety, and it must he pTo~ +dad ia a nlanner that can beea~+ily uwJersk~d. Producers shall maintain their pn~lac~i Please visit fsa.usda.govlnap for additional informatitm ca~ buy-up cov- erage eligiMlity. Prod~ePs arc lintiled 1o SI25,tX~)in benefits i'.~ r per,'~m p, r crop year. meet adjusted gross incun~e pet>visions, and campty ,xith conmv ration compliance provisions in older to be tlelernlinL'd eligible. I II Mankato By Elaine Thomas John and Koran Ross visited their daughter. Leah. and htlsbarM, Erie Pleteher, and grandsons. Jacob. Mat- thaw and Jesse in Pirmdale. Wya and then drove to C)enver, Cola+. to visil sun, Alan, and wife, Dorian. Alan re. c~ntly completed 486 miles on the Colorado Trail from Denver to Darango. averaging 19 miles a day. Kay and Brena Alexander, Coldwater, tame last Wednesday af- lerm~0n to vi.~it Wade and Lynette Alexander and grandnra. Doris A~exander. They all ale sapper together and then Kay and Bmna stayed the night. They left Thursday morning with their ~le items. Sunday noon, Doris atte, ded the Silsby Reunion at the Elks Club in Superior. Natty Hanmm was in Keamey at the hospital where she received a pace- maker Monday. Reports are she i~ do- ing ~'ell. Alan F~0~ss naceive~ a cerlffmate for his recently completed 486 miles on the Co~orado Trail where Alan hiked from Denver to Durango aver- aging 19 miles aday. Nan is t~e son Of John arKI Koran Ross, Mankato. Burr Oak~ ~ --Saturday. descendents of the late HenD' Keller and Eva Ethel (Carltonl Barnes, who made their home in Red Cloud formany yea~s+met atthe Nulrb tion Site in Cawker City for a family ,~eunion, Attending were Shone and Chris Carllson, Bethel, Ark.: Connie Foster. Twin Fells. Idaho; Johnny, Maria, Stephani and Keagan Morales, Delta, Coin.; Junior and Eve Orias, Corpus Christi, Texas; Hazel Meyers, Ed and Billi Filipe, Wilber, Brandy, Nick, Carr, ryn and Ashieigh Slefftm, Hastings: [:kmovan and Connie Fox. Fairbury; Donald Nelson, Poweih Yvonne and Tony Boseo, Salina', Sheron School Hebrtm; Gedrge and Arlienc Grid, 'rateu McKt.~. Supe- rior; David and Lon Barnes, Smith Center; Sue Me$ine. Chris Metine. Darin and Lillian Barnes, Red Cloud; Mary Bmmmer, Teresa and Larry Hoffman.CawkerCity: Diana and Jeff Ord. Keller. PaLsy, Olivia, Thomas and Keeper ned, Guide Rock; Chris, Shea and Kellar Barnes. AsMand: Cheryl Hillman, Cliff and Gtenny Barnes. Jessica Barnes and Greg Mmming hosted a birthday party Saturday after- noon for their daughter, B rynlee Man- n ing, as she ar',proac had her si xth biflh- dayAug. 16. AttendingtohelpBrynlee celebrate with cake. ice cream, punch and tea. ~ere Dermis and Daplme Manning. Ashley and Mallory Unde.rwood, all of Esbon; Derek. Dralden, Waylen and LeLghten AuII. ionia; Carolyn Barnes and Jim P~rseil. Superior: Conney Kuhlman n and Lane Ranstead. Abagail. Avery and Anthia [:aulkner, Kenna and Roger .~iOm. all ,d Mankato: Lillian Ba m .~. R~.xl C loud; Jeff. Diana. Keller. P~t-',3 - Oli~ in, Tho- 1 S~Solomon Valley Transportation is 0ffenng an upcoming trip to NEBRASKA STATE FAIR Wednesday, Aug. 31 leaving from Mankato City Park at 7:30 a.m, A# af these t#ps w~ be provided as a [u~t o~we Y~t see,e to /tm #tst 12 pas~ t~t cM hr eav~ a~c#~ date. Must be a minimum of t0 people to provide this service. The ag~ m~ segges/ed donation is $ ~ ae per pemon KANSAS STATE FAIR Monday, Sept. 12 leaving from the Osborne County Hospital at 7:30 a.m, Thursday, Sept, 15 leaving the BetoR Senior Center at 7:30 a,m. Please contact SVT at 785-534-2395 to ~egister. M t I II Garage Sale Mall! Mankato City Building Sponsored by Mankato Chamber of Commerce Friday - Saturday- Sunday Sept. 16, 17 & 18 during the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt 'rbe MankaloChanlberofComl~r,:eistaldng reservations fat individual garage sale ]ms inside the Cit)' of M;mkato Building (to, marly the National Gua~ Al-W~lt'yl, We have L2 lots that ate reservable for all three days for $30. Each individua| lot is u+~a[x.~l witlt truce 8 fool tables. Thi.~ is a great way to display your garage sale iteats in a pr~|te-etg~ area. and also provides a conven,b:rd way for shopfmts to browse multiple garagesales atonce! We had great s~ with Ihis Ibe lasl Jew years, so don'l wait Io make your reservation[ To reserve your lot today, please contact Brian Shulda at 785-243-0203 or Jason Ortman at 785-378-3212 TI~LL-,~y, AU~uS'I 18, '2016 visit while waiting on t13+ event Io stsrt. Nancy McCorkle returned home from a tdp to Colealan, S+D where she stayed Friday through Mondayvis- Ring her son and family, John, Kri.sti and Sadie M~X7orkl . Nancy went to have some time with Sadie he[ore she started hack to school. mas and Kooper Oral. Guide Rock; Peggy Wilson, Bella Vul~er, Amy and Sarah Hinds~ Cheryl Hillman, Cliff and Glenay Ban~es, Lillian Bm'nes, Red Cloud. wax an overnight guest of her grandparents. Cliff and Glenny Barnes. She accom- panied them to chuix'h Sunday room- ing and they took her back lo Red Cloud afterwards where Darin Barnes joined them for lunch at a Red Cloud restauram. Cliff and Glenny also made stops at the homes of Kyte Oral, Code Barnes. Keller Ord an6 Jeff ned to drop oft' .some home canned bread and burrer pickles. Bryntee Manning and Litli an Barnes joirted Richard Cox for chihlren's church Sunday at the Burr Oak Chris- tian Church+ Richard talked with them ab~ttl how lh ~ wi$'t be times when we have a goal 1hal is hard to achieve and how we need to keep trying to reach it. For the adults. Richard" s me.~sage as entitled "'Stay With lt.'" Hi+, selected scripture reading ~-asHebrew' I i:2Y- 12-2. This per~ion of scripture tell~ stories aPamt many of the people from Bible times wlm. Lhmugh their l'aith~ persevered throug'a rift, collies in or- der to reach lheir goal. These stones can bean inspiralion to t,s a~we pursue difficult Eoals. As the athletes who have Ix'an pa~ic~patin~ in the Olym- pics this su~mer keep wnrking to- wards their goal of medaliin g, we need to keep working at our ~ai to follow Jesus+ Our race in life is not com[: ~d to a one hundred meter dash. bm to a marathtm+ |t won't be easy but we need m keep pressing on. We need Io be nmture men and women of faith as lho~ who have gone be[ore us. those who are rv~w waiting [m us tt~ finish our race of life as they era:outage us by their stories. Mankato Garden Club holds meeting The monthly meeting of Mankato Garden CIuh was held Aug, 2 in Ih Pine Haven meeting room. The club aim was repealed andlheroll call ques- linn of"fa,=:rite way to cool offduring the summer" wa.~ answered by 18 meat- bars and two guests. Minutes of the July meeLmg were read and approved a~d the Ireas~,rer gave a ~pt~t't. There was no old bus iness to report. In ne,~, business, a motion was made and approv~d t~ given memoria~.dona- tit)n 10 tiff-mar member Berneita McEIroy. A motion was also made aml approved to give a donation in Solomon Valley Tran~po~at(nn. An inRwmati~e Wogram wa.~ pre- Sealed hy Joshua ]+ippotd about polli- nators. The meeting was adjourned and refresh ments of nmt beerand straw- berry floats were .sened by Brenda Euyeart and Alethia [~a>mis, Sam's Place hosts poker run Saturday morning the Sam's Place poker run was held with the starting point in front of Sam's Place in Esbon. The poker run lra',~led from Esben 1o Lovewelt Marina, from 1here to Emerson Lake in Jewe]l and then on to Glen Elder. with the final Leg arriving back in Eslmn. Having the high hand took some doing Io come up with an overall win- ner. There wa~ an actuai "roll of('" for the high hand becauw of a three way 1 !! Thank You The family of Elsie L. Buster wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the beautiful sympathy cards, thoughts and prayers. They have been a blessing to us. May God bless you. Roger and ]an Lindberg ~, tie between C.W. Remus, Ray Mizner and Stan Krier. Slan to)ted a pair of sixes in the roll off to win the hJgh hand. The low hand was hem hy Carl Waugh. Winnerof 50-50drawing was Beny Thompson who rode in IheTl~mpsons" ]956 Chevrolet. The horseshoe to~rney winners were Tucker Johar~k and Spencer Catlaway+ Craning in second were Kenny Mizner and Nick Mizner, tbi- lowed by Alan and Kim DaYis in third place. The day ++'as toprmcl off wi~h music 70th Anniversary of Harold and Neva Shoemaker will be observed Thursday, Aug. 25 ~A card shower will be held. The Shoemaker's address is 779 J Rd Esbon, KS 66941 Congratulations from your family. We love you ~ery nmch. Ute Theatre Ice Cream Social and Benefit Saturday, Aug. 20 Rock Hills High School Commons Mankato, Karl. Ice Cream Social begins at 6 p.m. Benefit begins at 7 p.m. Funds received from the benefit help with the yearly operations of the theatre. The theatre depends on donated funds and volunteers to remain in operation. All volunteers are welcome. performed by '+Kill Creek Rixing" throught~ul the evening and was wel- comed by all in attendance. Sept. ts POW-MIA recognition month September is POW-MIA ret.x~gn[- lion monlh for Ihe Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary, Every year. they honor military service men and women who during the ir sere ice to their coun- lry never rczamed home Io their fami- lies. They ulso rec~tgni;*ed the famiiies still waiting fi)r closure [or their I