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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Operation Christmas Child plans expansion this holiday season For several years Northbranch Friends has participated in Franklin Graham, s"Shoebox: Operation Christ- mas Child" program, and are making plans for a bigger event this year. "We are wanting to make it a larger community and want to invite churches and anyone interested to join us on Saturday evening, Nov. 5, in our fel- lowship hall, where we are planning a taco bar supper and then a shoe box packing party," said Erma Dillon, this newspaper's Northbranch correspon- dent. Dillon said they will distribute the Thursday, October 6, 2016 morning members attended workshops, along with board of management meet- Friendship Meals ing. Afterlunch more workshops were held with members learning from the Oct. 10-14 state officers about new programs, and Monday - chili, coleslaw, peaches, answered many questions. cinnamon rolls. The fall meeting closed with the Tuesday- salmon patty, hashbrown chapter members attending the North- casserole, green beans, pineapple, west District meeting together. The cookies, next state meeting will be held in April Wednesday - beefy pepper bake,in Topeka. broccoli, fresh fruit cup. Harmony UMC holds Thursday - ham, scalloped pota- toes, Brussels sprouts, blushing pears, lt~ltlr serwlce Friday - oven fried chicken, mashed Harmony United Methodist Church potatoes, gravy, corn, ambrosia fruit services began Sunday with a wel- salad, come and announcements by Nikki Meals delivered by Lutheran Ost.AcolytewasMeiliOst.Children's Church. time was presented by' Pastor Gerry Sharp and addressed that sometimes iiiiiii: iD i• i!¸ :.':: ..... • • I her hands busy with embroidery. At ove • all, her door was always open to fam- ily~ Mildred was a 50 year member.of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mildred Reece Her parents; husband, Lewisi sis- Mildred Eloise Reece 94, died last ter, Opal Cleveland; brother, Vernon Stone; and son-in-law, Craig Weeks, Tuesday at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was born Nov. 10, 1921, to Rollo Herschel and Elsie Emeline Payae Stone on a farm near Mankato. Mildred grew up on a farm and endured the Kansas dust storms and the Great Depression. She graduated preceded her in death. Survivors include her childrerl,'Mrs. James Chapman (Marie), Nelson; Brenda Weeks, Concordia; Mrs. Calvin Hodges (Lois), Manhattan; Mrs: Tim Tastove (Patricia), Westphalia; four fromMankato HighSchoolintheClass grandchildren, seven great-grandchil- of 1940. dren; many nieces, nephews and December 28, 1940, she was united friends. - in marriage to Lewis Leroy ReBec at Funeral for Mildred was hel at Mankato. Four children, Marie, 10:30a.m.TuesdayattheJewell Cfiris_ Brenda, Lois and Patricia were born to tian Church with burial in theWallace this union. They began their married Cemetery east of Jewell. Visitation Lutheran Church we don't understand why God does things but we are to always remember guidelinesinf°rmati°nandt° othersuggestionslOCal churcheSprovided holding supper to give thanks every day. Each child life on a farm northwest of Mankato, Wer~al~ldM~nday wa~oMCDonald ru- by the organization. The annual Evangelical Lutheran was given a spinning top. The Chancel and afterLewis discharge from World ~, , ere recharge "It may be a bit early, but we do Churchsupperwillbeheldatthechurch choir, directed by Pat Grout and ac- War II, they lived on a farm near Burr or arrangements. need to give folks time to shop if they in Mankato on Wednesday, Oct. 19. companied by pianist Rosalie Oak; in 1950 they moved to a farm BIlII O - .- plan to participate," Dillon said. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Menhusen, sang"We Gather for Com- south of Montrose and in 1984 moved aK earner planned menu includes scalloped munion." The scripture came from into Randall. Lewis died in 2002 and in Lar,' Gillett NOAA observer • DAR chapter members chicken, ham, whipped potatoes, gravy, Luke 17:11-19 where Jesus healed 10 2010MildredmadeherhomeinJewell. "~ Prec'ivitation Spanish beans, glazed carrots, cran- lepers and only one returned to give .... wn h r Mert, as she was kno by e In September ............................. 4.73 discUSS Veterans Dayt berry sauce, coleslaw, prune bread, pie Him thanks and Jesus remarked on family and "Miss Reece" by her be- In October ................................. 0.12 thank-you cards and drinks, wondering why the other nine did not loved husband, had a productive life. Temveratures Home delivery will be available, give thanks. ,, She liked hard work and was the con- Daily hi" ghs and 1 .... ' ' Desire-TubBy Sears DAR Chapter Thesermon, HowMuchDoesGod ~ .... summate homemaker who took pride Sept 28 " " 79" 45 met Sept. 19 at the Republic County Local members attend HavetoDo?"addressedthattherewere in herhome. She delighted in cooking Sei tl 29 iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 69- 40 - Museum, Belleville. KSD,ALI state meeti many in the Bible who were shownW and taking bountiful meals to the field Sept 30 67- 40 Members came early before the God's grace and miracles and were along with canning and, of course, Oct.'l :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 70 39 meeting to view the displays at the ill Junction City' quick to tum away from Him. God still Linda Woemer is displaying her collection of photos from the dewell C°rn cleaning. Baking pies for school func- Oct. 2 .................................... 72 45 performs blessings and miracles in our Show throughout the years. Some of the photos date back to 1947. tions was one of her many specialties. Oct. 3 .... ., .............. : .............. 78. 52 museum. Regent Sherry Koster called The Kansas Society Daughters of lives and we also forget to give Him , ~ - o~ - --- - Texas Christmas, HerChristmasFam- When the work was done, she and Oct. 4 .................................... 79 57 the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m., with the American Revolution fall state thanks every day for His numerous ~w'ell l~lDral~ UCI[:o ilv Wish and Mistletoe Daddy. Lewis enjoyed camping in their ,, • • 15 •members present, and two CAR meeting was held Sept. 9 and 10 in blessings, many of them unseen, disphy is Corn Show Stop by anytime to meet the new camper. One of her greatest pleasures When the first baby laughed'for the FeightgirlsgaveareportonthewreathsgUests' Ellyn and Ruth Feight. The Desire-TobeyJUncti°n CitY.searsFive ChapterdaughterSwerefr°min HolyCommunionofferedbyPastorG.All were welcomed to partake in photo collection librarian, Nita McChesney. in life was going dancing with her first time, the laugh broke into a thou- across America that CAR is sponsor- attendance Retha Stmad Blecha, Sharp with Lynette Alexander serving Jewell Public Library's October -T-well CO° boal'd husband. Avon Calling' was an im- sand pieces and they all went skipping portant part of her life as she was an about, and that was the beginning of ing. This sponsorship is for Ft. state registrar and chapter treasurer; Leavenworth National Cemetery. Ha/By Popelka, state vice chair, junior as assistant. This week's calendar in- display is a collection of Corn Show 4 I'I reek Avon retailer for many years. She kept fairies." James Matthew Barrie eludes: Oct 7 and 8 "Small Wonders ........ photos owned by Linda Woemer. This "~ - Since2010theCARhasplacedwreaths membership pages-events and chapter ministry in small congregations . , • in 13 sections of the cemetery, totaling secretary; Sherry Koster, state chair workships at Kansas Wesleyan Uni- lstocelebrateJewell sTathCom Show. proclamation. Q • 5;n" more than l l ,427 wreaths. Eachwreath conservation and chapter regent; versity, Salina. The photos range in date from 1947to This is National 4-H Week Last uilt Draw is $15 Please join CAR in honoring our Brenda Dudley, honorary state regent nation' s military heroes. Forinforma- and chapter registrar; and Rebecca Haveablessedweekandremember 2014. Linda and her husband, John, MondayEmmaReinert JacobSpiegel I1 Quilt drawing details available : : : to give thanks to God every day and in nvemrtffalJewel!; ......... andTaneilePeroutek, pmsentedaproc- II t11 ] t1_ NOW through Noon, Nov.17 tionaboutthisworthwhileproject, con- Craig, chapter vice regent. Friday every way! ,,. ~eweuru~c L~orarywm n?~orau lamation for the Jewell County Com- tact Retha Blecha, Munden. evening, Sept. 9, all attendees met for Huelskamp co-H-uesz~ a[Ol'y I"IO/~S UCL 13 ann uct..zv, missioners. The commissioners |1 l~] at the following locations: Following this presentation, Brenda dinner as Retha Blecha introduced the Dudley gave the group information room to the new members course. Fol- to vn ,hall tl (Ution ,,_ ew,lffvus inthe library include: aproved and signed the proclamation II Central National Bank, Mankato; " " -atqne .eyona Uae naming Jewell County as one of hun- |1 State Exchange Bank, Mankato; about the DAR insignia. Hosts forthis lowing dinner everyone attended the meeting were Retha Blecha, Deb committee fair. ill Snllth Count~ anaiVta~'rree~Sen'atate orJones.'~llae L!gStkeeperSr~ew t~ooKs 4-HdredSweek°fc°unties supporting National |l Farmway Credit Union - Mankato;. Eitzmann and Haley Popelka. Sherry Koster told members about On Tuesday, October 4, Congress- include: Two by Two, The Nannv's " I[ Guaranty State Banks - Jewell, Burr Oak, and Esbon; Next meeting is Oct. 11, with loca- the state conservation program, while manTim Huelskampaddedto histown tion to be announced. This meeting HaleyPopelkagreetedinterestedmem- halltraditionhostingameetinginSmith ]l Randall Branch of Jamestown will be a working meeting with daugh- bers about Jjunior membership. Retha Center to take questions from Kansans Christopher Herz, Joe Herz and families would like to ters addressing thank you cards to vet- Blecha, presented the new programs and hear their thoughts and concems. II Drawing to held Thursday, Nov. 17 Brans in the Beloit, Glen Elder, Downs coming this year as state registrar at The town hall in Smith County wasexpress their appreciation to the B urr Oak and surrounding and Cawker City areas. Also assigning her booth. Many members mingled his 378th while in office. On that day, communities for their generosity shown during the Benefit Quilt donated by Hidden Treasure Quilt Shop, II members to help with the Rock Hills among the booths to learn more about he also visited Phillips, Osborne and Supper and Silent Auction held for Chris. Such a showing of |1 and Republic County Veterans Day DAR and the state programs. Saturday Barton counties. II Help support the festivities with parade entries through support in a small town is amazing. All the prayers and our area. For information about be- concerns for Chris during his hospitalization were also |[ "0. 6 Jewell County Hospital Activities Dept. - coming aDAR member,contact Sherry greatly appreciated. A special thank you to the people who Koster, Jewell. • were in charge of putting this together and to all that helped . Dispatch Come view GE Healthcare and provided food and silent auction items.Bob's Inn Fall Harvest Special CT520 low dose • e Greeters Sunday were Marion and Uptlma imaging Melanie Schlatter and family, Randy Oewell County Health Department offering Thulsda Sept. 29 through _a.___:, .q fllrdav_ Oct. 15 andThelmaKoops, at the spi .... ;.-,Hambu erclh ee ur'¢er - i5.75 ..... ' .... Passage Sunday moming was Prov- 11 COunty H .... " ' erbs8. Theme Sunday morning was Jewe o tal "Wisdom's Call." Passage Sunday Buff, Get . eveningwasColossi,,ans2:6-12.Theme .. _ Saturday, Oct. 8 _ __se___o__ Sundayeveningwas Experiencingthe rT /u Jewell Corn Show* 8 am.-Noon With choice of french fries Fullness of Christ." Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nyhoff, Grand Friday, Oct. 1 4 Carry.Out OR tots Carry.out Rapid, Mich., stayed the weekend with 1 to 3 p.m. Esbon Guaranty State Bank • 9:30-11:30 a.m. .. Mr. and Merle Nyhoff. oBl~J[ (Deluxe included) Only Happy birthday to Marion Schlatter Burr Oak Guaranty State Bank • Noon-2 p.m. • Sept. 25; Joanne Koops Sept. 25. Enter north of the emergency room on the Happy anniversary to Marty and west side of the new addition. , Friday, Oct. 21 Beth Christians, Sept. 29. JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL Jamestown State Bank-Randall ° 9:30-11:30 a.m. 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3201 crrya out 11 Crestvue, Mankato: Kan 66956 Flu vaccines are also available at Jewell County Health Department 16 ?. , ," 785-378-3137 ..... ' 307 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. - ; '- 8:30 a.m.-Noon; 1-4 p.m. Monday-Friday M-ank--- o L-- -he j bag .,i 40"16 )16~ ' Call for appointment at 785-378-4060 ran Church Ill ,Annual,Supper j SANTA'S WORKSHOP Ill Accepting Donations The supper is at ' We are in need of gently used items, new items:! III Mankato Lutheran Church basement .... 785-378-8600, or cash donations to make this event possible. • .... - ,,llll E Donations may be dropped off at the following locations: Ill We dn e s d ay, O ct. 1!) UTE THEAT i PauIR. WiIson, CPA, LLC MankatoLumber, LLC Serving 5:30 p.m. to ? I -: ..... State Exchange Bank Ute Theater I i- Central National Bank, Mankato Branch Friday, Saturday, Sunday [11 Sept. Oct. 7, 8 and 9 7:30 p.m. Guaranty State Bank, Jewell, Esb0n, Burr Oak Branches Ill Scalloped chicken, ham, whipp(,dpotatoes, gravy, " t 13e Sully Santa's Workshop will be on ' Ill Spanish beans, glazed carrots, cr " rry sauce, Jewel/, Randall and Ionia citizens can contact III coleslaw, prune bread, pie and drinks. Tom Hanks stars in this thrilling p0r- I!¥ .. Tuesday, Dee. 20, 5:30-7:30 p.m., the Guaranty State Bank, Jewell, Kan. traitofheroicairlinepilotChesley"Sully" Rock Hills Elementary School, Mank lo, Kan. iillll For home delivery call Sullenberger, re-enacting his incredible Northbranch, Esbon and Burr Oak citizens successfUIHudsonRiver.emergencylanding of anAir- Children" aged up through Childrenf.f fnr,mmadmta fam,maypurchase can contact Brenda Eakins. [l[lll 7 8 5- 3 78- bus A320 full of passengers on the Fifth Grade mayshop with .... 3 3 0 8 Rated PG-13 for some peril and brief ,,,=,,,,= ,,,. ,.,..__ ,,, Applications are due in the Parish Office strong language, alter visiting with Santa. NO LA TEll THAN NOVEMBER 8 and gifts will be available for pick up early in December. Mankato, Kan. ° 785.378-3172 4016 Contact Sara Reiter at (785) 378-3006 Find a colored star i INSIDE AND OUTSIDE BARGAINS GALORE Must Make Room For Holiday Inventory. 8 am 5 pm .THE RUSI"Y WHEEL AND SCANDIA ANTIQ_HE btALL Downtown Scandia, Kan. Who? Need a .ue? ..... CHL=VF/QLET Stop in and wish him a on and receive a gift from the designated business Red Jeweil Implement The stars will be Blue Bohnert Welding hidden in or near the park Green Guaranty State Bank Saturday, Oct. 8 Orange Jewell Grocery Store Each Ages Purple Bourbon Trucking business 1 - 18 will have Years two stars. Bring your star to the Gazebo in the park between Noon and 3 p.m. or find Deb and Gaye to receive your prize. White ~ Jon Hajny Trucking Gray Citizen State Agency Pink Jewell City Library Yellow The Scoop Black snap-on Tools Striped "~ Smith Harvesting-Smith Repair Polka Dot Randall Co-op HAPPY Brown Country Corner RV HUNTING