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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 8, 2016 the money released and that he and the Esbon Esbon man could share the receipts. Thursday was really Kendra Kriley Barba Mizner, Daphne Manning, Day at the Esbon branch of Guaranty Lila Frost, Eula Silsby, Joan State Bank. Kendra is leaving the bank and she was honored by the other em- Broeckelman, Pam Hajny, Laura ployees by serving ice cream floats to Benoit, Delilah and Eldon Pate, Rex all who entered the bank. Kendra is the Fischer were among the group work- daughter of Lee and Jo Kriley. She ingat the Village Cafe over the week- graduatedfromRockHillsHigh School end. They were changing things back and Kansas State University. Shortly to be more like the original layout, after graduating from KSU, she began Here's something that all ages can working at Guaranty. That was in takepartin.It's 10BillionBeats-Drum- March, 2013. Kendra's last day at the mingAroundtheWorld",anditwillbe Esbon facility will be Sept. 6. Her in Esbon's City Park on Sunday, Sept. future employment will be at Intrust 18. This event is for all ages and every- Bank, Wichita. Ashley Underwood one needs to bring their own drum. In who has been working for Guaranty lieu of a drum a pan, bucketoramusi- Bank at the Burr Oak branch will be cal instrument will do. This is to dem- onstratethatevenlittle things can make transferring to the Esbon bank. . peace and unity for all ages. Word was received this week that Jewell By Hol _ Wendell Lewis, Georgia, had had a nasty heart attack. Wendell was a Sharon Tullar met cousins for lnnch former airlines pilot. He is the son of in Beloit Monday. The group then the late Kenneth Lewis. His brothers joinedSharonattheJeweUAparlments are Ed, McPherson and Elwyn, Red foranaftemoonofvisiting.Thoseget- Cloud. Heis a 1966 graduate of Esbon ting together besides Sharon were High School. Vernon and Pat Belvill, Austin, Colo., Since the Willetts have chosen not Linda Hartman, Glen Elder, Yvonne to renew their lease of the Village Chard, Jo Henry and LaVerne and Cafe, the cafe owners, the City of Bertha Kerns, all of Salina. Esbon, have again taken it over. Sev- Thursday the morning coffee club eral people worked there over the last gathered at the Jewell Grocery Store weekend but Monday morning was the and helped Miola Griffeth celebrate first day when the city was actually in her 90th birthday. In the afternoon charge of operations with volunteers Miola celebrated her birthday at The working. The main kitchen volunteer Scoop. that day was Tonya Underwood with Arian and Elva Folsom stayed the Lila Frost and Joan Broeckelman giv- Labor Day weekend in Wichita and ing advice. Lila baked the cinnamon Augusta visiting relatives. rolls. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Robin and Deb Griffeth vacationed Laura Benoit was heading up the in Colorado last week. They repotted kitchen. Thursday found Delilah Pate they were unable to go to the top of there early until she had to report to her Pikes Peak because of ice and snow. regular job then Joan Broeckelman and Saturday morning several in Jewell Lila Frost took over. Saturday morn- felt the earthquake that was centered in ing Barb Mizner took her turn. Oklahoma. Wednesday Lila Frost was in Supe- Bobby Doxon was a weekend guest rior to keep an eye appointment, of his grandmother, Shirley Doxon. September has arrived. We had to The movie, "War Room," was let August go, but I doubt we'll see shown at the Christian Church Satur- much difference in one month and the day evening. other. Those of us who still believe in Mica Daniels delivered the sermon no whites after Labor Day will be put- at the Christian Church as his dad is ting away our whites in slacks, shirts, still recuperating from surgery jackets and shoes. Arlene Ediger, Jamestown, visited Rains are still showing up around her mother, Charlotte Hansen, Sun- here. Last Monday less than a half inch day. of rain fellbut there was a considerable Sunday afternoon, John and Linda amount of wind. Last Tuesday Don Woemer received a surprise visit from Fogo received more than an inch. In Doug and Patsy Hutchcraft, Ottawa. town only a few drops. Last Wednes- Doug and Linda are cousins. day a nice quiet rain fell on the town. Marg Hartsel fell and fractured her You read in the newspapers or hear hip. She is in the Salina hospital. on the radio or television of scams, where people get calls telling of a grand-Mankato .child being in trouble and needing money. None of it true. A local couple received a telephone call supposedly By Elaine Thomas from a grandson. There was no request A 5.6 magnitude earthquake origi- for money as the person receiving the nating near Pawnee, Okla., was felt call did not let it get that far. Another throughout our area about 7 a.m. Sat- Esbon man received a call from a Ca- urday. nadian number saying the person re- The Mankato High School Class of ceiving the call was the nearest relative 1996 had their 20th class reunion this of a person who had died and left weekend at LovewelI Lake, despiteall the rain. Sunday morning found sev- millions of dollars. That the person eral of their vehicles stuck and al- making the call advised he could get though they were a group of drowned KANSAS STATE POLYTECHNIC BECOME A FAA CERTIFIED DRONE PILOT A PART 107 TRAINING COURSE SEPTEMBER 19-25 Register Today/ 7858262633 polytechnic.k-state.edu/profecl/suas J.G.WENTWORTH. 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Jean Ann Whitakerjoined them part of the week- end. Jim and Sandy Albright, Clyde, came Friday night to join family and friends at the community center to cel- ebrate her father, Kenny Rhea's, 75th birthday. Sharon and Carl Oliver, Wamego, were overnight guests of Alice Kinsey :and they all attended the Scarrow fam- ily reunion in the city park Sunday noon. ily. Those present for a potluck noon mean were Alma Gannan, Dave Vopat, Chad, Bobi, Alexandra and Chase Fogo, all of Mankato; Gunner Garman, Manhattan; Brian and Erin Underwood, Amber Eakins, Kason and Keagan Jeffery, Mike and Mindy Kilgore, all of Salina; Darrell and Alyce (Garman) Coffelt, LaSeur, Minn.; Richard and Gloria Schlaefli, Ionia; John and Pare Garman, Hastings; Emma and Kinley" Kilgore, Bennington; Bob and Pam Garman, Oren and Carla Garman Underwood, Brenda and Noah Eakins, Dan and Vycke Garman, Ken Garman, Mary (Garman) Foley, all of Burr Oak. Mary reported that it was a good time of visiting. Scarrow reunion at the Mankato City manned the serving line. There was a Thursday, September 8, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD8A Park Sunday. About 50 family mere- time for the younger children to shoot fireworks. At dark, explosions of color Boden attended the Farm Bureau an- bers were in attendance, fireworks, playwithsparklersandother filledthe sky. Reds, golds, greens, blue nual meeting and supper held at the RosieCampbelltookhersister, Jane fun stuff. At dark, a cr~w lit an as- and silver cascaded from huge circles Jewell Community Center. Lewis, to lunch at a Chinese restaurant tounding show of fireworks bringing of light. A few ziggy, zaggy lights shot Linda Kohn was a weekend guest in Beloit. They also devoted a couple oohs and aahs from the crowd. Two into the sky drawing patterns of color of Kris and Lacey Cady and f_am.ily, of hours to shopping, new games were set up in the park. One until they burned out. Abilene.They celebrated Lacey s birth- The Garman reunion was held Sun- was Frisbie golf and another was a Fountainsburstforthcoloratground day. day at the community center in Burr beanbag toss, compliments of the level in increasing heights keeping Friday, Leon and Karen Boden went Oak. Hosts were the Lee Garman faro- Randall Library. people entertained from ground up to to Goessel to attend the high school's Nevada Vetter and Vickie Fenner visited Monday with Elaine Peters, preparing fruit for winter goodness. Two new babies have arrived in the community. Aug. 26, Hilary and Jer- emy Bledsoe welcomed a baby girl, McKenzy Margaret. Aug. 31, a son, Owen Reiter, was born to Mark and Cecilia Peters. Mary Ann Kibbe, Becky Loomis and Carol Divel returned recently from a European tour starting in London, with stops in Amsterdam, Brussels, Heidelberg, Germany, and across to Switzerland. The f'mal stop was in Paris for a couple of days. Robert and Carolyn Thurston ar- rived from Vermont Friday for several days in the Randall community. Friday evening, a fire was discov- ered in the mobile home owned by the Danny and Debbie Barrett, Oklahoma. It is thought the cause was electrical. A rear window broken and some of the siding was damaged. The home and contents were declared a total loss and those who were staying there are now staying with friends in the Randall unknown heights, first football game of this school year. Their granddaughter, Elyse, is a cheer- leader: They stayed the night in Goessel Ionia with Scott and Rachel Boden and fam- ily. Pastor Gerry Sharpbrought the Sun- Sunday morning, Pastor Rod Rose day morning message at the Ionia brought the message at the Esbon and United Methodist Church. His mes- Burr Oak United Methodist Churches. sage was titled "Knowing The Potter." Coke Wright has moved last week Scripture reference was Jeremiah 18:1- to the Golden Living Center, Downs, 11. Rita Rose was the greeter and Brad where he will continue his rehabilita- Cockroft was the usher. Haylee tiontherapy. Cockroft lit the altar candles. Ann Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended Colson was the pianist. Ann Colson the annual Garman Family Reunion read a newspaper article and Pastor held Sunday at the Burr Oak Commu- Gerry sang a solo. Guests were Gayle nity Center. This year's reunion was Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Topliffand hosted by the Lee and Alma Garman family, and Steve Roth. Communion family. was served with the elements prepared Scott and Rachel Boden and family by Pat Diemart. Women are invited to spent the weekend at the home of Leon a Bible study on Sunday at the home of and Karen Boden. Saturday Scott and CoralynKaufman, Mankato. The study Rachel and their family attended will be on the book of Esther. A PPRC Rachel's 20th year class reunion that meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Monday was held at Lovewell Lake. attheEsbonUnitedMethodistChurch. Last Wednesday, Dick and Gloria A Jewdl County Parish Council meet- Schlaefli hellbed at the Olive Hill ing will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Church' s work day in preparation for the Harmony United Methodist the church's 140th Anniversary Cel- Church, Mankato. ebration coming on Saturday and Sun- Harold and Neva Shoemaker cel- day. ebrated their 70th wedding anniver- Brad and Linda Kohn aregrandpar- sary with their family at the Mitchell ents once again. Mckenzy Margaret County Hospital's Long Term Care Bledsoe was born Aug 25. Mckenzy is unit at Beloit. The family had lunch the daughter of Jeremy and Hilary with Harold and Neva in a special Bledsoe, Randall. Mckenzy has a sis- room at the hospital. After lunch, they ter and brother, Haylee and Bradley, to shared cake and cup cakes with the welcome her home. LTC residents and nurses. Family Newhandicapaccessiblerampsare membersattendingthecelebrationwith being constructed and placed at the Harold and Neva were Sue and Pat Ionia United Methodist Church. Sev- Shea, Lawrence, Kan., Curt and eralvolunteersmetFridayatthechurch Maureen Shoemaker, Ionia, Harold's and made an interior ramp that leads sisters, Virginia Douglas, Marysville, into the annex, and soon a metal ramp and Judy Weber, Troy. A surprise at- will be added to the exterior entrance tendee was Brad Engelbert, a grandson that leads into the annex and will pro- from Lawrence, Kan., who arrived for vide access on into the church. The the meal and visitation. Harold and women of the church made and served Neva received phone calls wishing the lunch on Friday. them a happy anniversary from their other three grandchildren and their families, Travis and Erical Engeibert and their son, Asher, Denver, Vanessa Engelbert, Reno, Nev., Dannelle and Daniel Perry, Noah and Lauren, Over- , land Park. Last Wednesday, Leon and Karen Donna Rosey, Manhattan, was laid Gary and Carol Garman were set up to rest with her parents and Claycamp at the antique show in Lexington over family this week at Mount Hope Cem- the weekend. They had the opportu- etery. She was the daughter of the late nity to visit with many old friends. Don and LoueUa Claycamp Rosey, former Mankato residents. Madi and Kason Engel, Wamego, were in Wilson Friday night to watch uncle Tycen Higer play football and then came home with Grandpa and Grandma Higer for a funfilled week- end. They did a lot of neat craft projects while here. "Labor Day Advice" was the rifle of Richard Cox's message at the Chris- tian Church Sunday morning. His se- lected scripture reading was 2 Thessalonians 3:10-12. This portion of scripture tells about those who were not working and if they were not work- ing they should not eat. Labor Day is a strange holiday. No cards are sent, no Those gathering in the Mankato decorations put out, no gifts are given Community Home's community room as with other holidays. For some, it is Saturday evening for a family reunion a day off from work; for others, it is were Terry and Jim Standley, Jeff work as usual. God has always hon- Standley, allofAugusta;DebraSuchy, ored and provided work for us. He Iola, Tyson and Henry Elmer, David, created in six days and then He rested. Miela and Davey Elmer, all of He knows that we need days ofrest as Lawrence, Kan.; Travis, Brooke and well. Jesus worked as a carpenter. He called laborers to work with Him in His ministry. Work is not a bad thing, though some might see it as a neces- sary evil. The American working sys- tem does not necessarily have a Chris- Berkley Callaway, Onaga; Nick and Kaitlyn Dunn, Indianola; Colton Huncovsky, Agenda; Cads Huncovsky and friend, Moriah, Keamey; Kenny McCary, Kyle, Ryleigh, Brenley and Graci Jo, Tiarra Elkins, Karen tian basis. God cares about how we Grelinger, all of Jewell; Jennifer Tho- conduct our businesses. He wants our mas, Claflin; Shannon Chambers, Belleville; Pam and Eldon Dunstan, Baylie and Karrigan, Sherry and Rob Partridge, Taylar Elkins, Paisley, Jerzie and Remi Ord, Elaine Thomas, Alice Kinsey. The Dunstans hosted the group for Sunday lunch. Burr OakBy Gle~nys Barnes workers and management to be fair with each other. He wants us to give an honest days work for an honest day's pay. Having money can be an opportu- nity to help others less fortunate. A Christian should do the best he can whatever he is doing, doing more than expected because he works for the Lord. We don't just have a boss here, we have a master in Heaven who wants us to work hard and fairly. Sunday guests of Gary and Penny Turner were Brian, Samantha and Nevin Jones, Wichita. Carolyn Barnes and Jim Pursell were hosts for a barbecue at their home in Superior Monday. Attending were Cheryl Hillman, Jessica Barnes, Greg and Brynlee Manning, Rick and Marilyn Warneking, Terry and Joan Pate, Zoey, Amelia and Cooper Alcom, Twila Morris, Short and Carol Shambaugh and their grandson. David, Lori and Code Barnes, Smith Center, Steffen Barnes, Red Cloud, and Cliffand Glenny Barnes had lunch together at a Red Cloud restaurant Sun- day. Randall By Fawna Barrett Rain continued for several days last week. The ground is saturated. Satur- day night another 1.4 to 1.5 inches of rain dropped from the sky. The annual Labor Day weekend picnic and fireworks was Sunday night in the Randall Park. Though atten- dance was smaller than some years, a good time was enjoyed on a pleasant evening. The firemen grilled hamburg- ers and hot dogs, while their wives Cliff and Glenny Barnes and Bob Hines accompanied Jeff Ord to Wash- ington Saturday evening to attend the Micro Madness of the Midwest races at the Washington County Speedway. Kyle Ord competed in the non-wing Outlaw division. He won his first heat and finished fourth in the second heat. In the feature of 22 cars Kyle finished fourth. Sunday evening the group went back to Washington for the second night of racing. Unfortunately Kyle did not fare as well that night. He finished both of the heat races but in the feature a car in front of him spun out on the third lap turning sideways on the track. Kyle narrowly missed hitting that car but another one in the .front had stopped and Kyle was unable m avoid running into the back tire of that car. In the mean time, another race car had hit the car that was crossways on the track and started flipping. That car came down on the driver's side of Kyle's car and bounced off the roll bar. There was enough damage to the front end of Kyle's car that he was unable to finish the race. Fortunately he was not injured, however he does not plan on fixing his car to participate in the final race of the season in Concordia. Anne Oliver attended the Oliver- This week's report from 7 BIk Heifers 10 BIk Heifers 6 BIk Heifers 32 BIk Heifers 60 Mix Heifers 6 Mix Heifers 6 BIk Heifers Friday, Sept. 2 458 154.00 6 BIk Steers 401 182.00 563 141.00 5 BIk Steers 400 161.00 594 136.00 6 BIk Steers 595 145.00 660 135.00 7 BIk Steers 733 135.00 753 134.00 20 Mix Steers 937 120.00 928 115.00 6 Cow Calf Pairs 1,236 1,425.00 1,026 96.00 Consigned for Friday, Sept, 20 Bred Cows and Pairs; 53 BIk Heifers, 800-900; 60 BIk Steers and Heifers, 600-650, weaned and shots Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 9 It's Seed Wheat " g Time! ....... .~ii~;.i~i. We Can Handle All Your Wheat Cleaning And Treatment Needs! Warden Cereals lI for Disease Nitro Shield IV for Insecticide Ascend for Growth Promoter Be sure to ask about bundling discounts on treatments! Call Today To Schedu'ie An Appointment Midway Co-op--Lebanon Dealer for: Star Seed & Polansky Seed area. Roger and Jan McCollough, their daughters and families, Ron and Joanne Allen and part of their family camped at Turtle Creek for a weekend of boat- ing and visiting. Linda McCollough joined them for part of the time. Last Wednesday, Fawna B arrett and her cousin, Shirley Remus, had a day together in Salina. Saturday through Monday Natalie Wood and family vis- ited her room. Susan Barrett visited Sunday with them while Ferris and a friend were capturing Jewell County sights with their cameras. The guys stopped for a short visit later in the afternoon. Panorama- " By Fawna Barrett What do we care about the season? Fireworks are fun anytime! And such was the case in Randall Sunday evening. The weather was delightful. The ground was wet, so there was no chance of fire. As darkness fell, the younger ones flaunted their skill with sparklers and snappers plus other lesser and gentler Fall orders, now through October 14th. Containerized Seedlings - Shipped to Your House or Picked Up at Manhattan Order online or call 4.=m4,m.rm Public Auction g90 Acres of Jewell County and Smith County Land (7 tracts). Esbon Community Center, Esbon, Kan. October 24 10 A.M. Contact Frieling Realty & Auction for more information. AI- 785-282-0538 Frieling Realty and Auction, Inc ..... , We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following property located from Hardy go south 4 miles to Birch Rd., and 2 miles west to sale site. WATCH FOR SIGNS. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. TRACTORS, FARM EQUIPMENT, 4-WHEELER AND CAR 1967 John Deera 4020 diesel, wide front, Syncro range, good robber, shows 3,750 hours 1963 John Deera 3010 gas, wide front, Syncro range, good rubber, shows 4,854 hours, w/325 dual loader 2013 Yamaha Gdzzly 350 4-wheeler, roughly 500 miles, very clean unit 1996 Ford Crown Victoria, electricwin- dows and locks, 95,000 miles Winoo PTO generator, 20,000 watts Flex King V blade, 15 ft. Case 5 bottom plow Krause 14 It. chisel 2 - Big 12 grain carts Cosco storage unit, 20 ft. x 8 ft. John Deera 318 lawn mower, new motor 3 years ago, 42 in. cut Bush Hog 7 ft. mower for parts 3 - Pipe trailers 3 Pt. seeder, hydraulic drive Neuero grain vac Ford 292 Power Unit w/l,000 gal. per minute pump, propane Old Case pump and motor Hydraulic drive transfer auger, 8 in. 2 Wheel utility trailer CAST IRON IMPLEMENT SEATS AND MISCELLANEOUS Approximately 50 cast iron implement seats, they in- clude Stodderd Tiger, J.l. Case, Peters, HAPGOOD, KPCO, ACME, Solid Comfort, Rock Island Plow, Hoosier, Stoddard, Deering and Co., Racim, Buck- eye, Ransomes, Padin and Orandorff Co. Cast iron Fairbury, NE bull windmill weight 2 - Cast iron foot rests, P and O Co. Grain drill ends Cast iron tool boxes Planter lids TOYS John Deera toys include: tractors, swathers, cotton pickers, skid steer, choppers, drills, hay equipment and cars. Several toys. TERMS: Cash o,t good check i,#=h proper I.D. Pmpe~yis ~a3urs wbea I~1 off. Al[items sold in "AS IS" condit~. Description to ~ best of our ablity. However, the owners, auctioneers and printer rn~e no wan'anbes, either expressed ~ implied. The owners and anclioneers are not responsible fo~ any sto~m or misplaced pro0erty or acrid(mrs. NO probenyremoved unB setbed for. NI announoemen~ dayof ~ ~ke ~ ov~wd~n ad-,e~ng. TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS FARM SUPPLIES Acetelyne torch set complete w/bottles Omni drill press Air compressor, like new John Deera welder 3/4 In. socket set Makita reciprocating saw Floor jack Electric drills Transit complete Shop vac Shop fans Bench grinders Bench vices Bottle jacks Stihl chain saw 021 w/case Power Kraft 10 in. radial arm saw 36 In. pipe wrench 24 In. crescent wrench Craftsman 2-piece tool box Snap On tool box Miscellaneous screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers Black and Decker electric impact Fence stretcher Miscellaneous shovels, hoes, rakes Dramel scroll sew Black and Decker scroll saw Black and Decker curt off sew Yard fertilizer spreader Gas cans Handy Man jack Snap ring pliers Pry bars Log chains Extension ladders Stepladders 12 In. aeration fan Electric motors 500 gal. propane tank 2 - 250 gal. propane tanks Pile of new corregatad tin, 18 ft long' Miscellaneous tires and wheels APPLIANCES Whirlpool side by side refrigerator, ice and water in the door Maytag washer and dryer Whirlpool 14.8 cu. ft. chest type freezer FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD LG fiat screen "IV, 42 in. Gun safe, holds 8 guns Handgun safe 2-Door cupboard Cupboard w/ceunter top Exercise bike 2 - Small safes 3 - Blonde bedroom sets Curio cabinet 2 - La-Z-Boy recliners Roll top desk Oak china cabinet Oak kitchen table w/4 chairs Oak drop leaf table Oak hutchCoolers Sun Heat heater Oil lamp collection, approximately 50 Pocket knife collection, approximately 200 Cups and saucers Small sad irons Pots, pans, silverware, kitchen utensils Box fans Knick knacks Seller: For more information contact Roger Kintigh 402-469-4944. Cell. 785-753-4512. Home AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a very clean auction. Many items may not be listed. If you have any questions give one of us a call at (402) 879-5566 (Nell) or (785) 648-0226 (Matt). Auction Beckq conducted by: Aucti e Kansas Matt Becker, Auctioneer (785) 648-0226 and Neil Bouray, Auctioneer (402) 879-5566