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Thursday, September 3, 2009 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8a Northbranch By Erma Dillon Sam and Alvce Gillett went to Gardner to visat Jan and Carrie Bonebrake and Andrew. While there. they all attended a Royals baseball game. Pastor Ken Smith hosted the Jewell County Pastors' prayer and share group last Tuesday morning at the Northbranch Fellowship Hall. John Parsons and Ed Snyder of Lovewell drove to Denver on Friday to visit relatives and friends. They went especially to attend the 60th wedding anniversary of a mutual friend. Visitors atthe home of Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery were Nicole Zadina. Hastings. Earl Buckley and Velma Lee STuck. Priscilla Jeffery. Lewiston, Idaho. her son. Ben, and his daughter. Jas- mine. from near Portland. Ore., were weekend houseguests of Maurice and Earlene leffery. They were among the more than 40 family members who surprised Ardean Jeffery and celebrated his 80th birthday Saturday evening at a Mankato care. His and Marilyn's chil- dren and most of the grandchildren were there, along with siblings and others. Daughter, Judy Peirce of Tri- bune had planned and decorated for the otacasion. He was indeed really surprised. The Jeffery families, in honor of Priscilla, Ben and Jasmine. had acarry- in dinner at the Northbranch Fellow- ship Hall following church Sunday• Pastor Ken and Lila Smith joined the group. Those who do not travel Cedar Road east of Northbranch may have missed the progress of a new private cemetery being established. Gary Hiltgen. Edmund. Okla•. is the owner of the land where the Hiltgen family cem- etery will be located. Lots of paper- work was required and state approval granted before this could be estab- lished. Stone posts and fencing outline the area with a large sign over the gate that reads "Windy Hill Cemetery." Gary graduated from Mankato High School and has become a respected lawyer. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen. Mankato. Lizzie's House in Northbranch had weekend hunting guests. Travis and Zach from Chuluota. Fla. These avid hunters have been coming to this area several times a year for several years. They are friends of Greg and Gayla Flavin. Visitingguests. Priscilla Jeffery and her son. Ben. provided the offertory music Sunday at Northbranch Friends. Ben accompanied his mother on the ukulele as she sang a solo. For the special number, she sang "If My People" accompanied by Rosetta Jeffery on the piano. James 1:17 through 27 was Pastor Ken Smith's sermon text with the theme of prepar- ing our hearts to receive God's Word. He noted Bibles are found everywhere, but millions still miss the benefits from reading the book. S unday,followi ng the morning wor- ship service in Lebanon. Jean Davis and Patty Snow ate lunch together m Smith Center and then attended the music program at the Christian Church there. Van Bradley was the featured soloist. Nadine Guise also had a part m the program, along with others. Brad and Scott Jeffery returned Sunday afternoon from Montanawhere they had gone to help the Curt Boyles The 2009-2010 Jewell County Farm Bureau Board of Directors are (from Josh Bohnert - secretary and treasurer, Bryan Reinert -wce president, and Panorama By Fawna Barrett People flocked to Jewell for the auction of school items at the former Jewll school building. Former teach- ers and grads mingled and chatted. They hovered around the trailers, checked the tools, examined the power equipment and storage bins, wandered the halls in the south part of the build- ing, seeing the accumulation of stuff needed to operate a school Bidding was lively in the music room as musical instruments, music held. To celebrate Charles Houghton's birthday, he and his wife Della. Roger and Bonnie Houghton and Hank Kummer went to Hays to have supper with Alya Houghton. a freshman at Fort Hays. Saturday evenmg, Roger, Bonnie and Hank were supper guests of Charles and Della. Martha Lumb took dinner to Jewell to share with Bill. Melanie and Eric Griffeth who were doing some carpen- ter work Phyllis and Junior Wilson visited theirgrandson. JerrodWilson. and tam- stands, band uniforms and music ilyatClaytonSunday.Therewereother jumped in price until the final bid was relatives from Ohio visiting them. too. accepted The cry of the auctioneer Cindy DeLeon started a new job continued south of the building as tools and equipment found new homes. Amid the busyness of the sale. pur- chasers of larger items were backing into the area of the sale to load what they have purchased. It is amazing how quickly people move when a ve- hicle aims in their direction. The first official school district in Jewell County was in Jewelh now that era is over. Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday with 13 people registered• Karen Matteson was a guest. Lynell Sheahan conducted the brief business meetmg. Since several are planning to attend the Senior Fair Sept. 22, the next meenng was changed to the fifth Tues- da}, Sept. 29. The next County Coun- cil on Aging meeting date was also changed. The council will meet Mon- day, Sept. 28, in Jewell with a guest speaker. Norma Conn is agam playing the piano at the Randall Community Church. Another notable event is the ringing of the church bell each Sunday by Alan McMillan. Four women. Cathy Tebow. Courtland. Ivah Hoard. Formosa. Ne- vada Vetter and Fawna Barrett. quilted at the church last Wednesday and ate out together. Members of the Foreign Foods Club ate out in Concordia Thursday evening and returned to the home of Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe for dessert. Don Bigham returned recently from a trip through the Canadian Rockies by train and bus The tour went by bus to with the Learning Center at the Concordia school this week. Jenny and Richard Finney met friends from Texas in Wichita to at- tend a specialty exhibition. Several from the community at- tended fall sport scrimmages at area schools Friday night. Esbon Thursday members of the Esbon Rural Fire Department went to Red Cloud to partidipate in a firefighters benefit golf tournament. The Esbon team was made up of Charley Fischer. Kenny Mizner, Randy Fogo and Nick .. Mizner. The team placed second in the first flight with a score of 67. This gave  them winnings of $400 to bring home. Beverly and Dwight Frost attended a surprise birthday party honoring Ardean Jeffery Saturday night at a Mankato restaurant. The Vil,lage Care. Esbon. will close at 10 a.m. Saturday and will be closed all day on Labor Day Sept. 7. Open agam on Tuesday at 6 a.m. The Esbon Community Alliafice barbecue will be served at the care and will feature smoked turkey, pulled pork, potato salad, baked beans, salads, and drinks. The Odessa Homemakers will re- sume their fall meetings at 2 p.m. Ttes- day at the Village Care. The fifth Sunday of August the Jewell County'Parish Churches ob- served a time change• The Esbon United Methodist Church greeted Pastor Tessa Zehring and Pastor Dan Dempse 5 went to Mankato and Ionia In praise of Christ all'sang Pastor Tessa chose her scripture reading from James I. Impor- left) Bret Simmelink, Brent McCollough - president, Arnold.Ross, Brian Cockroft, Pamela Wirth - county coordinator• our hearts being clean." and "Worry about what comes out of our body that is more important than what goes in." Norene Dietz's beautiful bouquet was of sunflowers and goldenrod. Pastor Tessa and Dale Underwood served communion elements prepared by Lila Frost. Ushers for September are Lane Underwood and Ken Marihugh Members of the United Methodist congregation joined the congregatton from the Catholic Church for coffee, snacks and visiting at the Senior Cen- ter. Wanda and Ted Thummel took cantaloupes and melons to the center for every one to help themselves• Stacy, Mike. Makenna and Hunter Stauffer. Glen Elder. Shawn Frost and Paul. Bonnie Kohn. Vera Frost. Sheila. Shannon. Grant. Carter and Levi White. Belleville. all had dinner Sunday with Lila and John Frost. Ethel and Larry McNabb left Fri- day for a vacation trip to Wyoming. This was sort of like going home for Eth el. Mable Marihugh observed her 99th birthday on Friday. Family and friends came and went all day in wishing her best wishes and helping her eat ice cream and cake. In fact she celebrated all weekend. l 11 ,eweu By Roberta Holdren Twila Means and Sharon Tullar at- tended a reception in Fremont Satur- day honoring Mr. and Mrs Max Free- man for the Freemans' 30th wedding anniversary and Max's 60th birthday. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Salisbury were here from Texas last week visiting his mother. Mrs Pearl Louder. and her brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nulty. Gerald and Marie McAtee were in Hays on Sunday to attend an adpotion party honoring the baby which Scott and Ann Boomer recently adopted. Bette Willmeth. Ran and Diane Cook " re Sunday dinner guests of Pat and Bob Willmeth Ella Rae Rafferty was taken by ambiance to the Mitchell County Hos- pital on Sunday. Rex Henningsen has a new great- • grandson. Cameron Lee Tay Ior. Mr. and Mrs Alex Rooker and Amy Arsmith were Saturday callers on Dorma Moss. Bera Heinlen, Rosina's sister. About 1.5 inches of rain fell in Jewell this week. Thus helping the fall crops which needed moisture. Burr Oak ByGle,mys Barnes Pastor Tessa Zehring of the Man- kato and Ionia United Methodist Church charges and Pastor Dan Dempsey of the Burr Oak and Esbon churches exchanged pulpits Sunday, giving everyone a chance to get better acquainted. Pastor Tessa's message was based on cleanliness. We all know how important t is to have clean hands. that's one of the first things we learn as little children, but what's more impor- tant is to have clean hearts. That's what Jesus wants from all of us. The closing hymn was "Brighten the Corner Where You Are." Coffee and fellowship time followed the service. The wedding of Garry Greying and Vicki Garman was held Saturday at the United Methodist Church. Central City, Neb. Garry is the son of Leland and Shirley (Howell) Greving, Central City. Vicki is the daughter of Garold and Barbara (Heskett) Ohmstede. Guide Rock. Neb. Both Garry and Vicki have family connections to the Burr Oak area. Heskett and Boyles family mem- bers attending the wedding were Garold and Barbara Ohmstede. Guide Rock: Joan Lockwood. Great Bend: Ruth Pickett. North Platte: Dustin May, Webber; Robin Jehorek. Madison and Maggie, Juniata: Dave and Glenna Reling, Gawker City; Gayla Boyles and Dave Kountz. Hastings, Neb.: Ri- chard and Gloria Schlaefli. Ionia: Jerry and Kathy Heskett. Chad Heskett and Shari. all of Lincoln, Neb.; Lonnie and Shannon Schriner and family, Red Cloud. Ed and Sherri Beam. Guide Rock; Brant Beam. Webber: Breanna Erickson. Lincoln. Neb.: Brian and Terri Menke and Haley, Eric Menke and daughters, all of Marguette; Jes- sica Garman. Central City; Bryan and Jan Boyles; Doug and Pat Boyles and Blake: Marvin and Deb Boyles. Man- kato: Travis and Brooke Hatfie.ld and daughters, Maywood. Visitors of Stanley and Virginia Johnson. Central City, Saturday after- noon were Glenna Reling, Richard and Gloria Schlaefli. Gayla Boyles and Dave Kountz. football team and their coach. After the game, they attended the high school girls volleyball scrimmage m Red Cloud• Granddaughter Corie Barnes is a member of the team. Edna Fogo died at the Long Term Care facility of the Jewell County Hos- pital on Friday. Her funeral was held on Monday at the Christian Church in Burr Oak with Richard Cox officiat- ing. Mason. DebraRay and Nathan Th- ompson, Ft. Lupton. Colo.. Jeff'. Leah. Mackenzie and Jack Jenkins. Longmont. Colo., Susan Patrick. Broomfield. Colo.. Devin, Holly, Sam and Zach Wilson. Lenexa. were week- end visitors of Walt and Pegg? Wilson. All had come to attend the funeral of their grandmother. Edna Fogo. Tom Tucker was a weekend visitor of his brother. John. and Sue Tucker. LarryThompson,Longmont. Colo.. was a Sunday overnight visitor of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Jerry and Shanna Barnes. Powell. Wyo., Kelley. Nick. Raef and Raegan Bunting, Billings, Mont.. were week- end guests of Cheryl Hillman and Jes- sica Barnes• Jerry and Shanna returned home on Monday and the Buntings went home on Tuesday. A renrement supper and party will be held/'or Jim Maguin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the former White Rock School Welding Shop building now being converted for use as the Burr Oak Community Center. Maguin taught at White Rock Schools for 23 years and Rock Hill Schools for three years• Those attending are bring a lawn chair for seating. This event is hosted by Maguin's former students and their parents• Jim and Sheila have moved to their farm near Wamego but will re- turn to Burr Oak for the supper and party. ? Courthouse News Jewell County Probate Estate of Louise A. Field. order of hearing and for notice to creditors. Criminal The State of Kansas vs. Steven Walker. Mankato. Count I obstruction official duty; Count II purchase or con- sumpnon of alcoholic beverage by a minor• The State of Kansas vs Dustin Waite, Mankato, Count I obstruction official duty; Count II purchase or consump- tion of alcoholic beverage by a minor. Limited Civil Capital One Bank vs. Frank J. Served 8-25-09. Credit Management Services. Inc. _ vs. Tyson Calfaway, Esbon. Credit Management Service Inc. vs. Sam and Brenda Eakins. Burr Oak. Marriage License Nathan Steven Greene. Jewel1. and Amber Leigh Wyatt, Superior. Register of Deeds Marjorie R. Schreuder to Stanley K. Schreuder and Elaine K. Schreuder. NI/2SW1/4 of Section 28. Township 5S, Range 10W. Kenneth T. Lewis and Dorothy Lewis. convey to Edward Lewis.and Neva Lewis the NEll4 of Section 8. • Township 2S. Range 10W. Kenneth T. Lewis and Dorothy Lewis. convey to Elwin Lewis and Gwen Lewis the N1/2SEI/4 and the S I/2NEI/4 of Section 8. Township l S, Range 10W. Guaranty State Bank and Trust Co.. trustee of the John Cleo Riley Trust to Beverly J. Porter. trustee of the Beverly J. Porter Trust, the SE1/4 of Section 29, Township 5S, Range 8W. USD 107, formerlyUSD 104. by its president. Mark Fleming, and board clerk Lynette R. Bartley to City of Burr Oak, all of Block 2, McCormick' s First Addition. N 1/2 of vacated school street. W 85 feet of the S 1/2 of vacated school street, the W 55 feet of Lots 6,7,8 and 9 in Block 1. McCormick's First Addi- tion to the City of Burr Oak, reserving the use of a strip of ground, and a perpetual easement over a described property. USD 107. formerly USD 104. by and through its president. Mark D. Fleming, and board clerk, Lynette R. Bartley, to City of Burr Oak. a tract of land in the W1/2NE1/4.of Section 22, Township 2S, Range 9W. Robert Gruenberg and Hitomi Grue:.berg to Todd A. Mauerhan and Karen L. Mauerhan, the south 40 feet of Lot 3 all of Lots 4 and the north two feet and five inches of Lot 5, except a part in a described trust; and easements and other rights on Lots 4 and 5 in said Block 34: and part of north half of Lot 5 in Back 34, original townsite of the City of Mankato; all rights in the north party wall as set m deed records, all rights in the south party wall and in the party wall agreement and recorded in a book in the Register of Deeds: and all rights in the north party wall as set out in a book recorded in the Register of Deeds'. and easement and other rights on Lots 4 and 5 in said Block 34. as set out in a book in the register of deeds office. Traffic Errick D. Clark. speeding, $128. Kelli K. Huntley, speeding, $116. Richard M. Lake II. over weight limits on wheels and axles. $572. Brooke N. Meston. speeding, $206. Christopher D. Noll. speeding, $116. Gila S. Peterson. speeding, $139. John M. Woods. grpss weight lim- its for vehicles. $885. In last weeks Jewell County Court- house news. under traffic, an error was made. John Stover. speeding, $126; should read John A. Stover, speed- ing, $126. Accident Aug. 28 at approximately 7 p.m. on Highway 128 at Elm Street. Paul Howell. driving a 2006 Toyota pickup, was heading north of Highway 128 when a deer ran in front of the vehicle. No injuries were reported. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters for the Sunday morning worship service were Shelley and Lisa Herman and Rich and Kevin Verhage. Scripture passage Sunday morning was II Timothy 3:1 through 5. Theme Sunday morning was "Respectable Sin Selfishness." Scripture passage Sun- day evening was Matthew 6:5 through 8. Theme Sunday evening was "Find- ing Our Prayer Closet." Dianne Sees. Denver, was a week- end guest of Arloa Byleved. Happy birthday to Verena Hater, Sept. 1: Robert Cordel. Sept. 3; and Margaret LaDow. Sept. 5. Happy anniversary to Marion and Melanie Schlatter, Sept. 2: Dave and Jennifer Herredsberg, Sept. 3. 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