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Ii Ionia was certainly abuzz Saturday. When I was there running errands there were ,, three lawn mowers going. They really PastorGerry SharpbroughttheSun- keep the town neat. Mowing has been day morning message at Ionia United a big deal this year as we have been Methodist Church. The message was blessed with just the right amount of titled "Buttering Your Bread." Scrip- rain to keep everything green and grow- ture read was Luke 16:1-13. Greeter lng - including weeds!! was Rita Rose and Brad Cockroft was What a beautiful Sabbath morning usher. Altar candles were lit by Linda as Pastor Jon Harkness welcomed a Kohn. Ann Colson was the pianist, small congregation for the Sunday Guests were Nathan and Olivia morning worship service at Vosburg and Haylee Bledsoe. The Northbranch Friends. Sickness and Vosburg children and Haylee came traveling, plus perhaps other sched- withtheirgrandparents, Bradand Linda ules make a difference in church atten- Kohp. After the service a community dance. potluck lunch was held in the church Announcements were given and annex, prayer requests given time in the pas- Karen Boden helped at the VFW rural prayer. Musicians were Erma Auxiliary's items for sale during the Dillon, Rosetta Jeffery and Kelly Highway 36 Treasure Hunt that was McNichols. Serving as ushers were held over the weekend. The VFW Tim Warner, Kelly McNichols and Auxiliary items were made available Becky McNichois. The orean nffer- at the Post in Mankato. tory was "I Don't Know About To- Last Tuesday, Frank Diemart vis- morrow" and "God Will Take Care of ited Coke Wright in Downs and later You." went to Beloit to visit Harold Shoe- The pastor's message continued in the book of I Samuel, recording the account of Israel's king Saul being rejected as king. The Lord chose a new king, however he was not to have the kingdom until later. David, the shep- herd boy was God's choice. God doesn't necessarily choose leaders that we would choose - He looks at the heart, not the outward appearance. Entwined in this time period is the well-known story of how David slew Goliath with just a sling shot, thus the Israelites were successful in conquer- ing the Philistines. David received the Kingmanship when he had proved to God that he reflected the glory of God. The closing challenge for each one was the question, "Do we reflect the glory of God?" Open worship was observed, followed by closing prayer. Following service Sunday morn- ing, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery drove to Superior and picked up Earl Buckley. After lunch they went to Jewell County Long Term Care to join some family and friends, helping Lonnie Buckley maker. Friday, Leon and Karen Boden when to Goessel and attended the high 'school football game where their grand- daughter, Elyse Boden, was one of the ,cheerleaders. They stayed Saturday and Sunday nights at the home of Scott and Rachel Boden and family. Saturday, all the Bodens went to watch Alyssa Boden play in a volleyball game at ~Hesston. After the volleyball game, ~Karen stayed at the Boden home with ~Alyssa and Amily Boden while Rachel ,took Elyse to the state fair in ~Hutchinson. Leon, Scott, and boys at- itended Eli Boden's flag football game !in McPherson. After the football game :all the Bodens met up at the Kansas :State Fair and watched Elyse Boden model her 4-H construction outfit. Sun- day, after all the Bodens attended church they went to Andover and took ikKaren's father, Ivar Johnston, out for "lunch. On the way home, Leon and Karen stopped in Salina and attended -the Compassionate Friends picnic and )~lloon release that was held in Jerry iyy Park. ;~ Roger and Arrilla Fedde returned ~iday after a week and a half at 3unnison, Colo., where Roger did a lot :~ ~shing. celebrate her upcoming birthday. Enjoying the nice day, beautiful scenery and each other's company, Joyce McNichols, Marilyn Jeffery and Beth Jeffery dined at the steak house in Red Cloud following worship service Sunday morning. Sunda.y, Rod Rose brought the Sun- ~y morning message at the Esbon and Burr Oak United Methodist churches. Burr OakBy Cle ys Barnes Dick and Gloria Schlaefli stayed the weekend trailer camping at Lovewell Lake, along with Danny and Linda Jackson and Paul and Linda Hutchinson. A new sidewalk will soon be added t6 the front entrance of the Ionia United Church building. Danny and Chad Simmelink are making a metal ramp that will go up to the entrance of the annex side of the church building. Volunteers will hopefully be working again on the sidewalk project some- time this week, weather permitting. Northbranch By Erma Dillon Congratulations to Brad and Col- leen Jeffery and Doug and Wanda Frasier on the birth of a grandson, Jordan Ray. The boy was bum to Caleb and Lauren Frasier last Wednesday, Sept. 14. Jordan joins brothers, Jayden and Jaxson. Maurice and Earlene Jeffery arehis great-grandparents. My apologies for the typo error in last week's column - the Wamers cel- ebrated their 59th wedding anniver- sary, not the 49th. Jean Davis attended the extension club meeting at Esbon on Tuesday. Ivan Frost had carpel tunnel sur- gery at Salina. He had surgery on the other wrist some time ago. Probably soon Leta will have to tie him up to keep him from over extending him- self! Jean Davis and her daughters, Fawn Hoit and Cindy Bimey, were in Wichita Friday and Saturday, going down es- pecially for the annual "Victors for Vaden" ALS walk. There are many walking teams. Their team walks in memory of Vaden Davis,Jr., husband and father, whose life was taken sev- eral years ago by ALS. It was reported that the total amount raised by all the Wichita teams was $184,000 with more being added. In recent months there has been an "Ice Bucket" Fund raiser donated to ALS. Research has re- cently found the gene that causes ALS, so these fund raisers are certainly worth- while. To learn more about this "Vic- tors for Vaden" you can go online and read more. i Patsy Warner was admitted on Fri- day and remains at this writing in Brodstone Memorial Hospital where she is being treated for an infection. John Parsons is thankful to be mak- ing some improvement following his neck surgery two weeks ago. How- ever, at times pain pills are still a must. Our little village of Northbranch Doug and Wanda Frasier took part in the Highway 36 Treasure Hunt Sat- urday travelling east to Belleville. They report having found several bargains along the way. From Belleville they travelled to Wichita mid-afternoon Saturday and stayed the remainder of Saturday and part of Sunday at the home of Caleb and Lauren Frasier. Grandma Wanda and Granddad Doug were there to meet their new grandson, Jordan Ray Frasier, bum Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 6:25 p.m. Jordan was 8 pounds, 9.5 ounces and 21 1/4 inches at birth. He has two brothers, J'ayden, 4 1/2, and Jaxson, 2 1/2, to welcome him. Doug and Wanda returned home early Sunday evening. Beulah Wilson, 95, mother of Walter Wilson, Burr Oak, and Philip Wilson, Longmont, Colo., died during the night Saturday at the Golden Liv- ing Center in Downs. Graveside ser- vices will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, at Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato. Jessica Barnes and Cheryl Hillman went to Hastings Saturday to attend Barn Fest, a Hastings craft show. "Prayer Lessons" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Chris- tian Church on Sunday morning. His selected scripture reading was 1 Timo- thy 2:1-18. Many people pray, want- ing God to change their circumstances. Even people who are not Christians pray. The number one prayer of people is to ask God to intervene in their lives. Prayer is an awesome tool allowing us to release the power of God. God al- ways answers prayers though not al- ways how we want Him to answer. Prayer, when we pray as we ought to Lonnie Wilson's UPCOMING AUCTIONE 2-DAY CONSIGNMENT SALE 30+ antique saddles & tack, 100 guns, industrial equipment tools, contractor sellout, more! 601 S Broadway, Salina, KS Saturday, Sept 24, 10 am & Sunday, Sept 25, 12 noon 125 GUNS AUCTION (1 owner 601 S Broadway, Salina, KS Sunday, October 9, 1 pm More information online at www.soldbywilson.com Lonnie Wilson 785-826-7800 Dave Hunt 785-201-5257 It's Seed Wheat Cleaning Time! We Can Handle All Tour Wheat Cleaning And Treatment ] eeds! Warden Cereals 1I for Nitro Shield IV for Insecticide Ascend for Growth Promoter Be sure to ask about bundling discounts on treatments,t Call Today To Schedu-le An Appointment Midway Co-op --Lebanon 785-389-5311 pray, will change our lives. Most of the time we try to handle our circumstances ourselves only turning to God as a last resort. God wants us to lift up holy hands in prayer without anger or dis- putes. God wants us to pray for every- one as God wants all people to be saved. We need to pray for our leaders, for our families and our neighbors, for those who are near and far; for those we don't even know. we need to pray for God's will to be done, not our own will. Steffen Barnes joined Cliff and Glenny Barnes for lunch at a Red Cloud restaurant Sunday. They also had the opportunity to visit with Jeff, Diana, Kasey, Jerzie and Remi Ord and Taylar Elkins at the restaurant. Gary and Penny Turner went to Salina Monday where they met Amy Cox and Zachary Koppelmann for lunch. Later they attended the JV foot- ball game at Kansas Wesleyan. The Turners' grandson, Robert Cox, is a member of the football team. Sept. 25, a fund raising benefit to help with medical and travel expenses for Chris Herz will be held at the Burr Oak Community Center. Chris, son of Joe Herz, was involved in a one ve- hicle accident south of Northbranch earlier in the summer and received extensive injuries. He has been hospi- talized most of the time since the acci- dent but now is improving though fac- ing additional surgeries. The benefit will include a supper of sloppy joes, baked beans, chip, desserts and drinks, for a free will donation. There will also be a drawing for a quilt donated by Peggy Wilson. Various items have been donated for a silent auction as well. The fund benefit will begin at 5 p.m. Esbon By Glenna Fogo The goldenrod is yellow and the corn is turning brown. We're now seeing sunflowers, the beautiful Kansas flower. The wild ones are blooming in all their glory along all the roadsides. Had a friend years ago that if anyone mentioned sunflowers, she would say, "Okay, they aren't sun- flowers." Then she would tell us what she called them. Well they are sun- flowers to me. Aren't they pretty? Laura and Tim Beniot had a busy weekend as family arrived to help Laura celebrate No. 60. Her twin sister was not here as her husband had taken her to Niagra Falls to celebrate No. 60. "Truth is its own reward." lone Shipley left Friday for Coalgate, Okla., where she stayed the weekend with her son, Lyle, and his family. Alberta Umphefour, who had just been visiting her brother, Burdette Callaway, Belleville, returned home to California last week. I believe Tues- day. She had a heart attack. Stints were first tried but wouldn't work so Friday she underwent four heart by-pass sur- gery. All went well and she probably was released from the hospital this past Wednesday. Nola Bess Atwood entered the Osborne County Hospital Monday. Tests are being run. Friday Lucille Clark went to South Dakota to visit a nephew. Another aunt, Sheryl Patterson, Seward, was also there. A friend of Diane Henry from Rhoad Island is visiting in Esbon this week. She is staying at Vera's house. Most of you readers will remember Delores Hollem and will be interested to know that Delores has been ill and in the Creighton University Hospital, Omaha, where they were fighting an infection with antibiotics. She was able to return home to Marysville last Wednesday. A group of three hunters from Michigan have been here this past week. Some time in the past they had purchased the former West Side school house. On this trip they worked on that building, reroofing, updated the heat- mg system, etc. They plan to return to Esbon to hunt Nov. 1. This area continues to get rain. 2.14. inches was received Thursday night. Corrine (Underwood) Johnson and her daughter, Rita Fleming, also of Omaha, stayed a few days in Esbon this week. While here they stayed in Mabel's house and took in some of the Hwy 36 Treasure Hunt. Ivan and Leta Frost have recently taken trips to bull riding events at Tulsa, Okla., and Oklahoma City. Their next event will be in Colorado Springs, Colo. Saturday when I arrived at the Thummel farm where several groups were set up for the Hwy 36 Treasure Hunt, there were several vehicles parked and their occupants browsing through the tables which were covered with about anything you might be in- terested in. Those who were manning the tables were Laura and Jerry Ben- jamin, Chad and Jennifer Simmelink, Heather and Lonnie Jurgens, Beverly and Dwight Frost, Eula Silsby, Roger and Deanna Underwood and the Thummels, Ted, Wanda and Regina. Colin White, Belleville, celebrated birthday No. 7 Sunday. Colin's desire was to have a football party, so that's what it was in the park. Grandma and granddad, Lila and John Frost, were present to help with the celebrating. "Stand up for Jesus." Those entering the Esbon United Methodist Church Sunday found Gale Burgess and Roger Underwood at the door to greet them. Musicians were Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley. Acolytes were the Walker sisters, Lily and Clair, and the Gillett brothers, Dereck and Jerrod. The boys were the ushers also. Lane Underwood assisted with communion. Associate Pastor Rod Rose brought the message. A guest this day was Dick Weltmer from the Camp of Gideons International of Smith Cen- ter. The Gideons have placed millions of Bibles and New Testaments all over the world in hotels, motels, to those in the military and college students. The Smith Center branch works mainly in Jewell and ~n.tI~ ~n.,-*;~ ~.~ I .... read from Joshua 3 and 4, titling his message "Twelve Stones." This morning's announcements included the 5 DAY BRANSON CHRISTMAS TOUR- INCLUDES: 4 Nights Lodging, 8 meals, 6 shows Shoji Tabuchi Moses @ Sight& Sound. 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Mankato Thursday, September 22, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD IOA Frank and Nadine Railsback met their sister-in-law, Pat Mead, McPherson, Kelly Boucher, MaKenna and Logan Hays, Lawrence, at Rock City near Minneapolis for a day of family time. attend the birthday supper for 6 year old Levi Clark at the home of his par- ents, Derek and Ashley. Brother, Dayne, was also there. Levi returned to Omaha Sunday for his last lumbar punc- ture "snoozer." Recent visitors of Margaret Colson Jeanie Blair accompanied Rick Blair were Charlene Colson, Julie Keeler to Mt. Hope during the weekend where they were guests of Mary and Doug By ElaineThomas Bourbon, Crystal Cosand and Ky May. They alljoined family in Wichita Saturday, Ray Alexander, Alto Sholtz. Mante Springs, Fla.,arrivedin Mankato Kayla Caffon, Colorado Springs,Saturday evening where they surprised for some visiting time with family. Colo., and KarlaNorworthy, Raleigh, Jeanie'sbrother-in-law, RichardLoibl, Coming to visit Ray over the weekend N.C. visited their uncle, Bob Murphy, for his 80thbirthday. He is the husband wereDoris Alexander, WesAlexander, and Kathy Blake. They were joined by of Lavonne Blair Loibl. Shawnee, Wylie and Bert Alexander, Don and Barb Snyder last Wednesday Linus Sanchez and his granddaugh- Washington, Wynn, Kim, Mea and evening for supper and visiting. ter, Michelle, Abilene, visited Audrey Tracey Alexander, Coldwater, Wade Alma Zadina visited Max and Jen- Diamond Monday afternoon. and Lynette Alexander, Alan and Pat nifer Sterling, Kenny and Aaron Sun- Czirr, Superior, David Czirr, Grand day and played with her great-grand- Island. While here, Ray helped Doris daughter, Joume. Jewell By Roberta Holdren get more things moved out of their Alice Kinsey visited her brother, family home. Valdean Hiatt, several times at the Friday David Plowman, Seattle, Maria Shackelton Raines, Denver, hospital in Superior. Sharon and Carl Wash. area, was a Jeweli visitor. David Colo., was laid to rest Saturday in a Oliver, Wamego, wereovernightguests is the grandson of the late Dr. Plow- graveside service at the Esben Cem- of Alice and they also visited Valdean. man. David had coffee with the morn- etery with Edgar Marihugh saying a Betty Becker was in Lincoln, Neb., ing coffee drinkers at the Jewell Gro- prayer. Following the service the fam- Monday to visit John Tyler. cery and visited the Palmer Museum. ilygatheredatthehomeofKathyBur- Word was received by family that David owns land in the Claflin area. gess who hosted the lunch. Thosejoin- Marjorie Murray has been hospital- He is searching for informatin about ing Kathy were Maria's children, Pat ized in Gove, Okla., for several days. his ancestors in Jeweli and Clafin. He Kline, Bonnie and Larry Drake, Jim Wayne Dempsey is home follow- had many memories of Dr. Plowman Bender, Eddie Bender, and Kathy ing a recent hospitalization at Salina and recalled thedoctor had taught him Bender, allofColorado;JimandJackie Regional. to water ski as well as many of the Burgess, Michelle Post, Salina; John Dennis Hancock was a weekend young folks around Jewell. He also and Mary Poland, Chapman, Mark houseguestofJoyHancockandhelpedremembered t/eing in Jewell for the Warner, Abilene, Chelsey Warner, his brother Mike Hancock with his Corn Show. He was interesting to talk Manhattan, Becky Burgess, Esbon, garage sale. Shelia Hancock, Denver, to and hope he left with good memo- Mike Burgess, Lincoln, Kan., Bill Bur- Colo., also joined her family at Joy's ries of his visit in Jewell gess, Chandra and Kayle Wagner. house for a visit. Shelia is the daughter Twila Means hosted the ladies card Travis and Caitlin Thomas, Assaria, of the late Wamie Hancock. Mike and party Thursday evening welcomed a new daughter, Ryleigh Linda Hancock joined the family Fri- Kerma Crouse was a patient in the Jean, to their family Aug. 30. She day night and Mona Cross stopped by Mitchell County Hospital a few days. weighed eight pounds, four ounces, Saturday. Terry Moyer and boys, Salina, and was 20 inches long. She has two Family and friends gathering at the stayed a few days with Wendell Moyer. older brothers, Aiden Michael, 7, and Owen Miles, 4, to welcome her home. home of Pam and Eldon Dunstan, While here they went deer hunting. Grandparents are Rex Thomas, Greta Baylie and Karrigan Saturday evening Arelta Carlton celebrated her birth- to help Pam celebrate the "Big 50" day with the afternoon coffee drinkers Thomas, Sherry and R. J. Bosco. Great- were Travis, Brooke and Berkley; at the Scoop. grandparents are Bill and Barb Tho- KaitlynDunn, Karen Grelinger. Sherry Nancy Headrick was in the Mitchell mas, Yvonne and Anthony Bosco, Cindy and Terry Powell. and Rob Partridge, Jennifer Thomas, County Hospital for a few days. Douglas Thomas, Taylar Elkins, Pais- At the Beloit Homecoming Friday Chad and Linsey Osborne, Man- ley, JerzieandRemiOrd;TiarraElkins, night, Ben Fennie was crowned king hattan, welcomed a new daughter, Kenny McCary, Kyle, Ryleigh, andJosieWilson,Jewell, wascrowned Cambric Mac, Sept. 10. The little miss Brenley and Graci, Haley Thompson queen. weighed seven pounds, 14ounces, and and Jason Nelson, Sarah Grout, Leo, Lois Hodges, Manhattan, is here was 21 inches long. Her older sister, Leanne and Maggie Eilert, and Elaine visitingwithhermotherMildredReece. Bellamy, is 2. Grandparents are Max Thomas. It was quite a weekend at this house- and Staci Smith, Brenda and Steve Williams, Paul and Vickie Osborne. Iva Lea Payne was a Thursday hold. I dog set with "Fred," a puppy Mary Rothchild was in Wichita for morning guest of Audrey Diamond. who likes to play and bite. Oh well, it Jeanie Blair and Lorraine Simon was fun. a weekend visit at the home of Monica have been visiting at the home of Run Rachel Crouse went bowling with and Matt Cart and boys. After the and Curule Simon pretty regularly as friends in Concordia Monday. Friday night football game was called their granddaughter, Linsey Miller, because of rain, the family had quite a AdalynandEmeline, ClearLake, Iowa, Dis arch time getting home in the flood waters, have been visiting in the Simon home. p By Richard Verhage Saturday she got to watch Dominick Luke and Becky Simon and Lee Simon play football and Garrett play basket- have also visited their sister and nieces. Greeters Sunday were Don Koops, ball. They all visited Collin and Xander Mark and Becky Butts were week-Alfred and Karen Herredsberg. Rothchild and the group celebrated end visitors ofAudrey Diamond. They PassageSundaymorningwasProv- Mary's birthday, attended the K-State game Saturday. erbs 2. Theme Sunday morning was Jean Michael, Mary Poweli and Richard Diamond joined them for Sat- "The Way of Wisdom." Passage Sun- Audrey Diamond accompanied Betty urday supper at Audrey's home. day evening was I Timothy 1:12-17. Becker to Hastings for the day. Sharon and Willie Beckley took Theme Sunday evening was "Being Carl Murray was in Stockton to Marlene McCue to Plainville Monday Faithful." watch his grandson, CameronLindsey, for adoctor's appointment. Happy birthday to Maria Koops playfootball.BrianandAngelaMurray Rick Diamond and Audrey Dia- Sept. 15; Marjorie Bell Sept. 16; Bob were also there to cheer him on. mond went to Superior FridaY night to Koops Sept. 17. ptember 27 5:00 p.m. Auction will be held in the Community Center on the south side of the square in Jewell, Kan. GUNS - Sells at 5:00 p.m. 38 Special pistol w/2 clips 887--; Colt Cap and Ball pistol; S & W 5 shot revolver; Japanese revolver, missing grips; S & W 6 shot revolver; 5 shot revolver; US Revolver 22; JC Higgins 20 ga. pump; Remington 22 pump S-L-LR; Remington 22 Model 24; Western Field 22 Semi Auto Long rifle; Winchester Model 74 Semi Auto 22 short; Stevens 22 Single Shot Hex barrel; Remington S-L-LR Model 24 rifle 22; Stevens Single Shot 20 ga. 2 3/4 chamber; Stevens 1894 Lever 22; Italian Titan 25 cal. pistol; Riverside Arms Single Shot, April 1913. COINS Morgan dollars: 1883, 1884, 1879, 1888, 1887, 1889, 1900, 1921; 1971 Ike dollars; Susan B. dollars; 1879 - 2 cent piece; 1905 - 2 cent piece; 1858 Flying Eagle cent; 1865 Mercury dime; Littleton, CO mint sets; Silver Eagles 2000, 2001,2002, 1993, 1999, 1987, 1997, 2007; 1854 Seated hatf w/arrows; set Buffalo nickels; roll 2005 Kansas nickels; Australian 1991 Kooka Rurra; 1988 Canadian silver Maple Leaf; Canadian cents; Roosevelt stamp and coin set - 1935, 1941, 1943, 1945; coin set, 1883, 1913 nickel; 1859, 1909 Indian penny; 1913, 1938 Buffalo nickel; Liberty head nickel, 1904; Pennies: 1858 Flying Eagle, 1848, 1841,1838, 1856, 1837, 1901,1959, 1863, 1925, 1890, 1897, 1899, 1905, 1945d, 1943 steel; 1938 d nickel; 1776 Continental currency; 1965, 68, 69 quarters unc.; Mercury dimes 1865, 1940d, Barber half; Franklin half; 1859; 2 headed quarter; 1908 Liberty nickel; 1888 nickel; Quarters: 1888, 1942, 1962, 1963, 2003; 1862 Seated dime; 1854 Seated dime; Barber dimes, mercury dimes; Copper collection coin; 1963 Mardi Gras token; 1967 Kurus; 1960 Mexican Cendovas. NOTE: This is an individual collection. We will sell the guns first at 5:00 p.m. followed by coins. CHECK OUR WEB SITE AT WWW.THUMMELAUCTION.COM. Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC. 785-738.0067 O Board Certified Health Care Providers ADA Certified Andy Walker, M.D. Marilyn Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Nolan Beavers, M.D. A.P.R.N. Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic 29.16 Diabetic Rehabilitation Eductation, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell County Hospital - Providing a friendly, caring environment Sewing our patients and community JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 a.m. - Noon, I - 5 p.m. Friday - 8 a.m. - Noon JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137