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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, September 8, 2016 . - .~ * Local Angus breeder Hesston; Kirk and Kathy Holliday, as the third leader'this year. "- ~ New books arrive for in program to improve New officers were elected Wichita; Roger and Deanna Taneile Peroutek, president; Emma Mankato Library cow herd productivity Underwood; Lane, Ashley, Mallory Reinert, vice-president; "Sam and Jack Underwood, Esbon; Craig, Underwood, secretary; Jacob Spiegel, Mankato City Library has recently Black Velvet Cattle, Mankato, re- Judy, Vanessa and Clayton treasurer; Jake Underwood, re o ter; added "When the Sea is Rising Red" cently re-enrolle~), in the American Underwood, Beloit; John and Linda KatieReinert, historian;Katiel~einert, by Cat Hellisen, and 'Tempted" by P.C. Cast in Young Adult Fiction and AngusAssociation sMatemalPluspm- Cole Rubow, Chanute; Gene and Jake and Aaron Underwood, council gram as a commitment to making ge- Rebecca Underwood; Oren and Carla representatives. ~ ; "AListofThingsThatDidn'tKillMe" netic improvements in lifetime cow Underwood, all of Burr Oak; Janelle For the program, Emma Reinert by Jason Schmidt in Young Adult herd productivity. Participating breed- and Scott Greene, Jewell; Corlene - explained why we do three basic mo- Nonfiction. ers are keenly focused to better evalu- Lange, Salina; Marvin McDill,tions. Aaron Underwood talked-about For juvenile nonfiction, we now have " Move!" by Steve Jenkins and ateherdreproductiveperformance, the Belleville; Jason, Melody, KaAnn, bus safety. Nelson Underwood dem- number one profit driver in the cow- Godric and Dylan Baetz, Smith Cen- onstrated how he makes cup holders Robin Page, What to Do When Your calf industry. ~ ter; Mark Underwood, Ray and Faryl out of materials. Bethany Simrlaelink MomorDadSays-..MakeY°urBreak-~ MatemalPlusisavoluntary, inven- Lange; Mahlon McDill; Barbaragave a project talk about what she had fast and Lunch" by Joy Be,,rl~y, "My; tory-based reporting system that col- Railsback, MikeandOixieOethloff, atthefair•SamUnderwoodpla~the Life with the Chimpanzees by Jane lects additional reproductive trait data all of Mankato. song, "Leaning on the Everlasting Goodall and in ,iuvenile fiction, "A to provide Angus breeders and thei(. Arms," on his keyboard.~ " DogonHisOwn by Mary Jane Auch, customers the information they need Burr Oak Weather Thedateandtimeforthenextmeet- and '.'Skateboard Sonar" by Sports I1- make effective selection decisions. lustrated Kids. :To date, more than 70 breeders have Larry GiUett, NOAA observer ing will be announced later. ion, Adultn°nficti°nn°Wthe Golden Eagleincludes"Pin-by Leslie completed MatemalPlus enrollment• Precipitation County board . ! Whitten,"FromthePresident: Richard The program allows producers to Last week .................................. 1.58 capturecowherdandreproductiveper- This week .................................. 2.57 Approves low bid . Nixon's Secret Files edited by Bruce i formance data; gain faster access to Year todate .............................. 26.28 Oudes, "The Joy of Less" by Francine preweaning EPDs as a selection tool; For August ................................ 6.08 for culvert project: i Jay, and "Happens Every Day" by characterize females through heifer Temperatures The JewellCountyBoardmetTues- " Isabel Gillies and in adult fiction, "Clas- pregnancy EPDs tied directly to herd mily hie.h.~ ~ low, day with commissioners Steve Greene, sicRevenge"byMitziKelly,"AThread genetics; expand new trait develop- Aug.24 .................................. 89 68 Dwight S. Frost and Mark Fleming of Truth" by Marie Bostwick, "Dead n. sent for Angus reproductive and Ion- Aug. 25 ................................. 73 57 present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, by M=dnight" by Carolyn Hart, '`The,, itl gevity measures; and streamline their Aug. 26 ................................. 73 5g was also present• Overton Window" by Glenn Beck, A ability to track heifer and cow repro- Aug. 27 ................................. 70 59 Minutes of the Aug. 29 county com- Song for my Mother" by Kat Martin, ductive records through AAA Login. Aug. 28 ................................. 81 60 missioners meeting were approved. "Ape House" by Sara Gruen, "Calling In addition, MaternalPlus lays the Aug. 29 ................................. 86 64 Travis Garst, solid waste director, Mr. Lonely Hearts" by LauraBenedict, groundwork for selection tools related Aug. 30 ............................. .... 83 65 provided the monthly activity report. " "The Innocent Spy" by Laura Wilson, to cow longevity in the herd• Gathering Aug. 31 ................................. 77 53 Don Jacobs, sheriff, discussed op- "Stuck' by Elisabeth Rose, 'The House on Salt Hay Road" by Carin UoSo 36 ".l way the higla school, she was on her own to to meet Wedlaiesday these records will allow the associa- Sept. 1 ................................... 77 53 erations and personnel. Jacobs re- tion to cultivate research related to Sept. 2 ................................... 77 53 quested permission to disposeof f~ve. find a way through ManKato. . . Clevidence, "Faces of the Gone' by construction zone ..... a t.,,, The Jewell American Legmn and cow herd productivity and make is- Sept. 3 ................................... 75 63 shotguns. The commissioners gave Brad Parks, and eight more novels of With new as halt bein laced on ................. H'~i'~,~'wav~'~~' Auxiliary willholdtheirfirstfall meet- provements similar to what the Angus Sept. 4 .............................. i .... 78 60 their approval to dispose of the five P g P to find a wa back to ,,____~ .... mystery and romance in large print. • • Y • in at 7 m Wednesday Dues wtll be Sept. 5 ................................... 84 64 shotguns. Htghway 36 through Mankato, local Every mtersectlon she checked ap- g,, . P,'=7 , • , breed has wimessed in othereconomi- New DVDs include Dumb and residents believe they can see light at neared to be closed and she couldn't conectea.r~ewmemoersarewetcome, cally relevant traits. Sept. 6 ................................... 88 72 Shannon Meier, ambulance direc- - Please brm snacks to share after the Dumber, The Boondock Saints, Diary the end of the tunnel which has dis- find a road west out of town " g The American Angus Association tor, provided the monthly billing re- i of a Wispy Kid, Seinfeld Season 4, rupted the community during the 2016n " nn" • meetings, serves nearly 30,000 members across port. Shannon requested permission to • . In des eratmn she sto ,_ed at this 4-H News change Danny Hanson's status from Old School, Hulk, Flash of Genius, highway constructton season, newspaper'sofficeandaskedforhelp. T-I'al, nn~w~Ir TT~I'It~. hn|tlS the U.S. and Canada. Frozen, I Spit on Your Grave, and 16 .......... r ad removed new ..... "="~'==v'=.lr .......... parttimetofulltime.Thecommission- wire me om o , After explammg her premcament, _ ° Blocks• storm sewers installed and in many she said,"Is there anyway I can get out regular service Family Reunion Mankato Eager Beavers 4-n Club ers approved the change of status for met at the Mankato City Park for the Danny Hanson• . , ,. Couple celebrates places subgrade also bemg replaced, of town and continue west?" HarmofiyUnitedMethodistChurch some nave compareu me torn up rag.n- The lifelong Jeweli County resi- met Sundav momin~ beginning with The Freeland, Cole, Lumpkin and September meeting. Vice president Paul Danley said he lives, at 325~ 50th annlversary way to a grand canyon dividing the dent working in the newspaper said, welcome and announcem~.nts by Gerry Underwood families and friends gath- Taneile Peroutek called the meeting to Water Street, Mankato and expressed at the gulf coast town. Many days popular crossings "Sure there is, just go up to courthouse Sham, nestor Acolvte was Havlee eredAug. 21 attheMankatoCommu- order. Aaron Underwood and Whitley his concems about drainage and stand- have been closed,and motorists have and go west• When you come to the Fulldr. (3rganist and'pianist was'Pat nity Center to continue the tradition of Frost led the club in flag salute and d- ing water. The commissioners directed Delmer and Glenda Rothchild, oeen forced to muow puot cars wnen deadend west of town turn south and Grout, who t~resented an or~an nre- the annual picnic that began in 1932• H pledge. Roll call, "What is some- him to the Mankato City Office. Downs, celebrated their 50th wedding travel was restricted !o one lane. . you'll be able to get back on the high- lude,"True H'earted, Whole-Heartexl." The group visited about last year's thing you learned in 4-H this year?" JoelEIkins, general superintendent, anniversary on March 6. They were ~avvy motortsts ptannmg to stop m way." c'hu,~,,,,= ,;m,~ h,, p~,,,~ c'. .... ,~ family happenings, shared a bountiful was answered by 12 members, two reported on road and bridge mainte- .................... ~ .......... ~ ="- meal and conducting the annual busi- leaders, nine parents and six guests, nance and discussed personnel. The united in marriage March 6, 1966, in Mankato dtscovered that rather than The out-state woman started to f, ith and what it means to Esbon.DelmerandGlendahavemadewaiting for the pilot vehicle to lead leave, then she turned back and asked, ow"bvsh rin,, Pastor Gerry nre- nessmeeting. LindaColeRubowhadLesaPeroutekthankedallwhoat- commissionersreportedroadconcems. • " ,, 9 , ,- visited the Maryland Historical Soci- tended the meeting and potluck, Jewell Joel had bids for culverts. Chairman their home in northcentral Kansas since them mto town,they could drive around Do you have a vehicle here. I don t canted nvcw, ni ~nln "Thd=Pnttar "which their marriage, residing in Mankato, the barricades, down the ditch and turn understand directions. Would you ae'a com "a ecion'l isgu it" S'cri '-" ety in Baltimore and shared her find- County 4-H coordinator Daphne Man- Greene opened the following bids: Smith Center and Downs. north on the county road that was is- please let me follow you to the high- ture came from Jeremiah 1"8:1-l i, ings. Kathy Holliday volunteered to ning, office manager Teresa Shipley WelbomSales $82,470.70; J&JDrain- ' In lieu of a formal celebration, proved from Highway 36 to the former way9" , h;,.h,=no,ho, .... .... set up a family Facebook page. and extension agent Janae Ryan for all ageProducts$102,337.03;D-CWhole- Delmer and Glenda took their family packmg plant. . ..... !t was an unusual request, bu!a Lord is the potter and His ability to Those attending were Floyd and they do for us, and our leader Billie sale $78,098.20. Mary Underwood Fugate, Lenexa; Coxforheryearsofservicetotheclub. The commissioners approved the to Port Aransas, Texas, on the Gulf of Kecenny an out-or-state unver en- back snortly sign was nung on me shape us into His desired form The Buck and Helen Lumpkin McClain, Tonia Underwood has agreed to help culvert bid of $78,098.20 from D-C Mexico, this July. The family included tering Mankato from east saw the bar- newspaper door while the traveler was their son, Shannon, his wife, Kristi, ricades and the need to wait for a pilot, shown laow to continue on her trip. sermon, "Knowing the Potter," also Wholesale. i ~ " " - "- addresses how we are all established z- • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • - their three children, Weston, Shelton But she also saw what appeared to be a But before leaving she asked, one out of God' s heart and he has the abil- [ . - i •.-' and Hannah; their son, Shea, andwife, numberoflocal drivers who knew about more question, "Do you have a cell ity to reshape us as we are needing it. -- , : Country Music Festival i i: Kasiah, their three daughters, Kallan, an alternative route. She watched as phone I could call if I have more His intentions are always good and in car~ OL~ [ • . . . Kenadieand Sadie. The grandchildren they left the highway, swung down trouble?" ~ ~- - range in age from two to 22. into the ditch and turned north. She Later in the,day the call came in. love. Holy communion was presented /x , [ • City Auditorium, Nelson, Nob. •: :: with Pastor Gerry welcoming all with ~ ~ [ )ag [ : ~.~d ' ~ The family stayed a week in a sce- decided to follow the string of ve- The caller said, Thanks to you I made Jerry Grout assisting, eL"" ~ - I ~ ~zt~ • ! nic beach house with private entrance hicles, it out of Mankato. I m on my way to This week's calendar includes: ~'~ [ ~ Saturday, Sept, 17 to the sand and surf. Brought home She didn't anticipate the drivers Nebraska." Thursday 7 p.m. Rebecca Circle, Sun- '~1~/~11[ I • Country Music - 1 to 5 p.m. .; i were lifelong memories, plus a lot of V .,~ day 4 to 6 p.m. wom,e, ns Bible study, .~ . ~'~1~ .. I • ~,\-'~ "~.-.p Patriotic Show- 7 to 10 p.m' • : sand! Thank You ...... BethMoore, Esther. ~ , I • , , I =-ril~aad~M~a~ I, UT=.iss____.d__ , ! Haveablessedlweek!andlet'sre~' '~VH~:"; ' " , ~x....~, ........... ;~,;.•:.,:,;;.|,..,..,d!,,i~.rlt;.,!. ......... -;:;./ .... !. I . We would like to thank everyone for I member to allow God to shape us into '" ........... , .......... I • ' For info call v • His choosing to allow His love to be _"11'71:1 Al rltllt I : 402-350-1776 " Gospel Whow - 1 to 5 p.m. • ~.1+ : . ! shown through us! ~= • o~'~,~ • o'o~V~ I • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • e.. • .• • ~ .: II Friday, Satu day, S Sept. 9, 10, 11 o7:30p.m. I [.y Y I I havethe memorialS,received cards,since fOOdour son,and lOVeRandy,We ]l Thank You I Kubo and the I 11 pas sed away. J i i Thank you to all :i ii! I Two Strings I Vc.J my friends and family for the prayers, IA I would like to thank my family and friends for a i | action-adventuresetinafantasticalJa-| Kubo and the Two Strings is an epic II James and Lethe Garst ,6 wonderful BOth birthday celebration. Whether you 'i " calls, cards, visits, food, etc. " :! :; I pan. Kindhearted Kubo (voiced by Art I 'attended theparty, greeted me in person, sent a card or iThe care and love my family (special : i I Parkinson of"Game of Thrones")ekes I an on-line greeting, I enjoyed and appreciated all very i friend) gave so unselfishly and willing,: i i ! I 0uta humble living, telling stones to the I much . Heart felt appreciation. : [ people of his seaside town. But his rein- ] || tivelyquietexistenceissha.eredwhenhe accidentally summons a spirit from | | II Elaine Peterson Heskett i --, Marlene Neilson I his past which storms down from the I 3 :,6 ...... i I heavens to enforce an age-old ven- I ~ ..... z .......... ~-'~"'~'~ ........... ~ ............................. ~: ......................... ~:.~:.: ..................... ~ ....................... ~ ................. ~ ....... ~"~"~ ~ ("~ ' " ~"~ I detta. Now on the run, Kubojoins forces | • • .. | with Monkey to locate a magical suit of | Iarm°r t° defeat the spirit' I • F]aank NuLl I Rated PG for thematic elements, scary I Iimages' acti°n and peril I ' i I"11Mankat°' Kan"" 785"378"3172 I A big Thank You to my family: Linda and Mike, Richard, Peg and Calvin Bohnert, Robin and Deb Griffeth, Bill Military and Veteran Family Helpline , 800-313-4200 A service of the VFW National Home for ChiMren help @ vfwnationalhome.org iThe Military and Veteran Family Hetpline is a service of the VFW National Home for Children which serves as a living memorial to America's veterans by helping our natiofi'S struggling military and vet- eran families. This helpline, which is not a hotline, is answered Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time, except holidays. Messages left after hours are answered the' next business day. Visit our website: www.HelpHopeHonor.us MANKATO COMMUNITY WIDE in conjunction with HIGHWAY 36 TREASURE HUNT Friday, Saturday and 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 an $8 fee. Additional words are 15 cents each. All sale listings must be received by the Jewell County Record office by Friday, Sept 9. Ads paid as they are placed. • 111 E. Main St., Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3191 3616 50th Wedding Anniversary J 36.16 Delmer March 6, 1966 to March 6, 2016 and Glenda Rothchild Help the family celebrate this monumental golden wedding anniversary with a card shower. The Rothchild's address is Delmer and Glenda Rothchild, 418 Ross, St., Downs Kan. 67437 A quilt made by members of Chapter CN is on display at various businesses in Mankato. Please help us fund our educational projects by purchasing a ticket where it is on display or from a CN chapter member. The drawing for the winner will be October 11,2016 ]1 Mankato City Building Sponsored by Mankato Chamber of Commerce Friday- Saturday- Sunday Sept. 16, 17 & 18 during the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt The Mankato Chamber of Commerce is taking reservations for individual garage sale lots inside the City of Mankato B uilding (formerly the National Guard Armory). We have 12 lots that are reservable for all three days for $30. Each individual lot is u-shaped with three 8 foot tables. This is a great way to display your garage sale items in a protected area, and also provides a convenient way for shoppers to browse multiple garage sales at once! We had great success with this the last few years, so don't wait to make your reservation! To reserve your lot today, please contact Brian Shulda at 785-243-0203 or Jason Ortman at 785-378-3212 and Melanie Griffeth, grandchildren and great-grandchfi- dren for planning and executing such a perfect and fun: :ii 90th birthday celebration. Also thanks to each of you, who responded to the card shower. Your special messages received an "A+" from me. May God Bless .... ' Miola Griffeth PRE HIGHWAY 36 VFW Hall Mankato, Kansas Sept. 9 10m 3.6 p.m. 8 a.m. - 4 Wireless Guitar Controller Round and Rectangle Portable Grill End Tables Play Station 2 with Games Kitchen Items, Dishes, Game-DVD Storage Tower Cups, etc. DVDsand CDs Men's Clothing size M-2XL Computer Monitor, (T-shirts and Dress Shirts) Keyboard, Mouse Women's Clothing 2 - Printers Shoes and Shoe Storage Box, Computer Table Blankets and Bedding Small TV Rugs Small Fans Much Miscellaneous