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ThUrsday, October 6, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A Northbranch By Erma Dillon Lohgan Kate arrived at the home of Aaron and Nicole Zadina of Gr.~nsburg on Sept. 26. The little miss joins her two brothers, Thayer and Palmer, and adds a great-granddaugh- ter for Marilyn Jeffery. Cregg and Belinda Jeffery and Alma Zadina of Mankato are the grandparents. Marilyn guests at Lizzie's House in Northbranch. Pastor Jon Harkness welcomed those who came to Northbranch Friends Church Sunday morning and gave an- nouncements. Prayer concerns were noted with special prayer for each one. Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery and Becky McNichols. Serving as ushers were Delbert Bird, Kelly McNichols and Brad Jeffery. Pastor Jon had a children's message about waiting for promises to be fulfilled. His message had the fun of getting acquainted with the little miss on Saturday as she and then for the congregation was about a anbther great-grandmother of kingofpromiseasrecordedinlISarnuel Lohgan's, AlmaZadina, accompanied 7. God has given his people many Cregg to Greensburg. After the week promises in the Bible. Some are yet to down there, Belinda returned home be fulfilled. He has promised He will with the Jewell County folk. 'Last week I failed to have Lexi Jeffery in the listofNorthbranch young people who are attending college. She is the latest of our young people to leave home confines to pursue her dreams, attending at Fort Hays. Ivanartd Leta Frost stayed last Sat- urday and Sunday in Colorado Springs, Colo.; at the PBR. Besides watching thebull riding, they visited with George and Elaine Love, Cheyenne, Wyo. (for- merly from Esbon), Rodney and Debbie Mitchell of Phenix City, Ala., and many other friends. Last Monday, Alyce Gillett went to return and establish His kingdom on earth. That is sure to take place in His timing. Time is all about God keeping His promises. Time was given for open worship, an opportunity for those who felt led to speak. Scott Jeffery was a visitor in the service. After church Sunday morning at Northbranch, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery took Earl Buckley to Mankato for lunch and then to LTC to visit Lonnie Buckley. After the LTC church service and a visit with her, they took him back to his home at the Victorian Legacy in Superior. Deep thoughts on important sub- Bennington to take care of her grand- jects: children, Logan and Addyson, after I didn't make it to the gym today. school and pick up Larson Gillett from day care Their parents, Autumn and David, took Easton to Kansas City for some tests. All the results were good. Lots of prayers were answered. The Odessa Homemakers had the That makes five years in a row. I decided to change calling the bath- room the John and renamed it the Jim. I feel so much better saying I went to the Jim this morning. II Thursday Happenings at LTC.I" lewellByRbertaHldren Mankato. Their program was a"show and tell." Some of the items they showed were: Thelma Beam displayed some of her crafts - fall table runners, etc; Jean Davis brought her thimble collection;Virginia Alexander brought some stalks of mile and grasses which was of interest to the men. There was good attendance and the residents Robert Holdren is accepting orders for the 2017 Palmer Museum calendar. Archie Thompson entered the Mitchell County Hospital on Satutday. Later he was transferred to a Salina hospital. Rachel Crouse went bowling with her friends in Concordia. Sunday afternoon Mary Shelton, Frosty, Kerma and Rachel Crouse went to Concordia to watch Mary's grand- daughter, Cienna DeLeon, play vol- leyball. Randall By Fawna Barrett Mildred Reece a resident of the Jewell apartments died Thursday night. Susan James of Manhattan visited a few days with her mother, Betty James. Susan bought cake to the Scoop on Thursday in honor of Betty's upcom- ing birthday. Mile and soybean harvest plus wheat drilling are keeping the farm community busy until a rain shower this Monday morning. The Randall Library received a grant to purchase Notable Books of 2016 and they are displayed on the front shelves. Look at them and maybe you will find something that interests you or the children. Dawna Greene was taken by ambu- lance to the hospital last Tuesday morn- ing. She was dismissed Saturday and has returned home feeling good. Randall Senior Citizens met for a potluck dinner last Tuesday at the church. Jan Thornton conducted a short meeting and the afternoon was de- voted to playing games. Three women quilted at the church last Wednesday. Jim Peters received third degree bums when a tractor radiator hose ex- ploded and is in Wichita. Skin grafting was to start Monday. Dan Peters and others are helping with his brother's farm work. Cole Eilert, Powhattan, came Thursday to help with farm work and is staying at the Dan and Elaine Peters home. Ocie Miller had to have more sur- gery last Wednesday at a time she was scheduled to return home. She is in the Mitchell County Hospital. Marvin Cook and his niece, Carol, are staying a few days in Jewell and Thursday Fawna Barrett had a chance meeting with Don Beam and had lunch with him in Beloit. Den's late wife was a cousin, Dona (Henningsen-Ost). Saturday, Marsha Slate and Fawna attended the Salina District UMW annual meeting at Salina Trinity UM Church. They extended the invitation for Jewell Trinity UMW to host the 2017 annual meeting. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Sunrise! Sunset! Glorious words to start a song and glorious sights in Kan- sas during late September and early October. Low hanging slivers of clouds radiate yellows, multi shades of pink and purple as they are backlighted by the sun. During the sunrises, the colors ex- plode before you actually see the sun. Soft yellow orange announce the com- ing of the sun and the clouds have already caught those early rays. A crest of bright orange appears as the sun begins its ascent across the sky and gradually the round ball of eye busting orange is seen. Approaching sunsets are in reverse of the sunrise as the sun gradually is eaten by the horizon and disappears from sight. Still, the rays continue to reflect across the western sky in muted colors until the darkness is complete. Esbon By Glenna Fogo Ed and Neva Lewis, McPherson, stayed Sunday evening and night at their house in Esbon. They returned home Monday having been here only to do some odd jobs and mow the yard. Getting those done they headed home. Saturday morning they were back, this time making it a one day trip so that they could do more jobs at their home here. Tonya Underwood, substitute cook at Rock Hills Elementary School, was on duty over there Monday. seemed to enjoy the entertainment. Last Wednesday the residents of Randall. Marvin is selling his proper- Friends were shocked to hear of the the Jewell Apartments held a birthday ties in Randall. His cousin, Fawna death of their friend, Nola Bess Atwood. Nola Bess died last Monday Marilyn Jeffery visited Earlene party honoring those with birthdays in Barrett, called on him Sunday after- night at the Downs facility where she Jeffery at her home in Superior on September. noon. Friday afternoon. The Red Hot Jewells met on Thurs- Saturday, Jan McCollough met hadmadeherhomethepastfewweeks. Emily Harkness and little Ellie day at the Jewell Apartments for their some college friends in Manhattan for Funeral was held Saturday morning at drove to Haviland to surprise her par- monthly meeting. The noon meal was lunch, visiting and laughter. All Faiths Funeral Chapel in Smith ents and attend the Barclay College catered. After lunch games were C ............. Center Burial was in the Odessa Cem_ aroi anu, arry mlnn len Ior men" annual auction which was held on Sat- played. Arleta Carlton and Clarice Missouri home Friday etery. _ urday. Isaiah, Jacob and David kept Hastings hosted the meeting. Twila Thursda Jenn and Jaren Flavin I have two corrections trom my last Y, Y , their dad, Pastor Jon, company here at Means and Karen Matteson will plan vlszted Ila McElroy. Jenny helped with ........ - home. - - week s column that I submitted I re the October meeting. It was decided to some fall chores. Saturday afternoon ported mat ~e ~amouc Church ser- vice time nap cnangeo. I Should have It is with sadness that we tell you nottohaveaNovembermeeting. Cindy visltorswereJuhe, JocelynandRaelyn said Sacred Heart not St Theresa's that John and Joyce's brother, Ron Traump will host the Christmas party. Bolte, AndyandKinleyCooper.Jackie , , rrection is "'" - '; My omer co me Jeweu Dillon, died early Sunday morning at Dennis RoederofGrandview, Me., Cooper and her children were there ....... will be vi "'" - the hospice in their hometown of is visiting his sister, Loin, and Bob Sunday. ~ounty anentr smrtg wire Belton, Me. He had been in failing Abram. health for many months. Inurnment OnMonday, MarshaKnarrattended ~ ~ ~b ~ "*~m"7"'""~, will be at Northbranch Cemetery. a reception in Concordia honoring her Doug and Kris Hodson of Glendora, brother, Bill Dotson. He grew up in the Calif., and Doug s cousin, Pam Jamestown area and was was inducted Saturday Oct 8 Bellomy of LaHabra, Calif., were in into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. the area for several days last week, Kansas has a long history ofproducing ~ researching the Hodson roots in this some of the finest runners in America. area. Virginia Alexander hosted them Dotson broke fellow Kansas Spor we will be open Monday, Oct. 10 in research of historical records in ofFameinducteeGlennCunningham s Mankato. Thursday they came and met 28-year-old high school mile record -- ~ Ph* Erma Dillon at Lizzie s House to tour beforegraduatingfromConcordiaHigh Mankato Prof~slon~ rm~ the museum and find many of their School in 1958. Dotson them enrolled family connections in her genealogy at the University of Kansas where he 125 N. Commercial, Man kato 785-378-3183 data. So before they left they had added became a two-time All-American and family names of Hiatt, Hudiburgh and the first KU athlete to break the four Overman to their list of ancestors in minute mile mark in 1962. this areal They are delightful people Dotson won five Big 8 Conference and will surely have to come again to titles, including three indoor titles and continue their search, two outdoor titles. He won the Big 8 Wally Cain from Manhattan and his dad from Axtell were in the area over the weekend, taking care of some fencing issues at the Carstenson pas- ture. Wally is the son-in-law of the late Letha Carstenson. They were Satur- day evening visitors at the home of John and Erma Dillon and overnight conference title in cross country in 1961. Dotson set three American records in the mile during his career. In 2008 Dotson was inducted into the KU Athletics Hall of Fame. Farmers are busy with planting wheat, harvesting corn, mile and soy- beans. We will not be open Monday, Oct. 10 In Observance of Columbus Day National Bank "-*'- PO Box 304 Mankato, Kan. 66956 40.16 MEMBER ..g~ .~oQ~ality Structute~~ WWW.QUALITYSTRUCTURES.COM BARN PHONE 785"378-3283 www.MoranForKansas.com IPaidf0rbyM0ranf0rKansas, lnc, [ everyone here in Esbon Oct. 6, not the 1st. Chug and Glenna Fogo met for lunch at the steakhouse in Mankato Tuesday noon. Carol was unable to be with us as she had obligations in Man- hattan that day. The streets in Esbon show that fall is hem. Pumpkins and squash have been placed along the street all beside the still beautiful whiskey barrels of flowers. Even the Esbon sign at the KI 12-US36 junction has pumpkins on it. Neat. Tuesday afternoon the Odessa Homemakers Unit entertained the resi- dents at Long Term Care in the Jewell County Hospital. Eight of the residents came to the activities room to see what the ladies had brought to entertain them. Thelma Beam showed a large group of her hand quilted wall hangings and place mats. Jean Davis showed her collection of thimbles. Those unusual items were given to her by family and her late husband, Vaden Earl. Wanda Thummel showed her antique glass (Daisy) butter chum. Some of the resi- dents remembered having used one of them or something similar. Virginia Alexander showed hand quilted wall hangings made by her sister, Beverly Kindler. Glenna Fogo talked about the history of the building they were in, the Jewell County Hospital. Ninty-three year old Norene Dietz, a residentofthe hospital, was present. She is still a member of the Odessa unit. The group was saddened as they had the night before lost one of their members, Nola Bess Atwood. She never missed a meeting and was always present when the g.roup had'gone to the hospital in prevzous years. Thursday Dwight Frost went to Beloit where he attended the North Central Regional Planning Commis- sion meeting. Those trips will be com- ing to an end before long as Dwight has chosen not to run for reelection to the county commissioner position this year and the Regional Planning meetings are one thing he will miss as he has always enjoyed them. Halloween is coming. There is al- ready a high black inflatable cat in the Mike Frost yard. Just read somethiflg I did not know. Did you know that honey never spoils! Saturday morning Harvey and Jane Diehls, Valley Center, were at the cafe. They have been in the area about a week. Their own crops are not ready to cut but Harvey has been helping their tenants Kelly McNichols as he cuts other fields. Jane who was a teacher in the schools in Burr Oak for a lot of years, had been able to see many of her friends and to spend time with them. While visiting with Doris Alexander she told me that all of her boys have been home and taking care of the fall harvest at their farm. Eula Silsby went to McPherson Saturday to attend the evening wed- ding of grandson Taylor Meyer and his bride robe. Guaranty Bank, Esbon branch, will hold their annual tailgate party in the City Park. "It's me, it's me, O Lord." Such a glorious Sunday as one ar- rived at the Esbon United Methodist Church and were greeted by the Gilletts and Walkers. Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley were the musicians play- ing as Rod Rose, associate minister, and Lily and Clair Walker, entered the church. The Walker sisters assisted by grandma Alyce lit the altar candles. At the end of church they were assisted by cousins, Dereck and Jerrod, in extin- guishing the candles. At the time for announcements, Deanna Underwood presented to the congregation an esti- mate for cleaning the church carpets. The vote was to proceed with that project. Associate minister Rose spoke to the children and asked them if their mothers had ever told them to clean their plates, eat what you already have before taking more. Guests this morn- ing were Kenny and Janet Winters. Rose read six verses from I Luke 17 and had "increase our faith Lord" as his message title. When we have done all that we can then the Lord will give us our reward, heaven and eternal life. It takes faith to perform what God wants us to do and it does take faith to live our lives, making decisions at least decisions that are pleasing to God. Dereck and Jerrod served as ushers. Lane Underwood assisted in serving the communion elements, which had been prepared by Janet. Fellowship followed church. "Standing on the promises." The first Sunday of each month has been designated as the day for the Lebanon Kanga Library benefit din- ners. Sunday was the day for the month of October. Attending from Esbon were Glenna Fogo, lone Shipley and Jean Davis. Kenny and Janet winter, Hutchinson, are visiting Roger and Deanna Underwood and while here helping their daughter, Deanna, cel- ebrate her birthday. Probably Kenny is also helping with the Underwoods' farm jobs as he usually is around at harvest time. Bill Allen will be cooking home- made pizzas at Sam's Place. Flu shots will be given at the Guar- anty State Bank in Esbon. "We se, ---] Rubber Stamps ] Superior Publishing Co. [ 148 E. Third St. [ Superior,Neb 402-879-3291] Bids are being accepted for 534.4 acres of grassland and 105.6 acres cropland located in Jewell County and owned by Jewell County Hospital. Bids must be received in writing by Darrell Miller, PO Box 344 (208 N Commercial), Man- kate, Kan. by October 21, 4 p.m. to be consid- ered. See "Invitation For Bids" running in the legal section of this newspaper for more information. 40.16 18. Auction to be held in the Community Center on the south side of the square in Jewell, Kan. TRACT I: 49.59 acres in S 1/2 SE 1/4 3-6-8 Mitchell Co. Kansas. The farm is located on 200 Rd., 5 miles north of the Highway 24 & Solomon Rapids corner. There are 49.59 acres of crop land. Bases are wheat 18.58, 43 bu. yield; grain sorghum 9.43, 94 bu. yield; soybeans 12.69 acres, 40 bu. yield; total base acres 40.7. TAXES: Se!ler will pay 2016 taxes, purchaser will pay 2017 taxes 2015 taxes were $733.34. POSSESSION will be after 2017 wheat harvest. Purchaser will receive cash rant of $5000 per acre on the 2017 wheat. TRACT I1: SE 1/4 27-5-8 Jewell Co. Kansas The farm is located 2 miles north of Tract I on the corner of 170 Road and B Road. Them am 159.95 acres with 8666 acres cropland. Bases am wheat 32.48, 43 bu. yield; grain sorghum 16.48, 94 bu yield; soybeans 22.18, 40 bu. yield; for a total base of 71.14. The balance of 73.29 acres am pasture. TAXES: Seller will pay 2016 taxes, purchaser will pay 2017 taxes. 2015 taxes were $1,589.12. POSSESSION will be after 2017 wheat harvest on crop acres. Purchaser will receive cash rant of $50.00 per acre on the 2017 wheat Possession of pasture will be March 1, 2017. TRACT II1: NW 1/4 27-5-8 Jewell Co. Kansas. The farm is located in NW corner of Tract II on the corner of 160 Road and C Road. Them am 159.33 acres of farmland with 157.85 acres cropland. Bases are wheat 59.16, 43 bu. yield; grain sorghum 30.0, 94 bu. yield: soybeans 404, 40 bu. yield: for a total base of 12956 acres TAXES: Seller will pay 2016 taxes, purchaser will pay 2017 taxes. 2015 taxes were $2,559.56.' POSSESSION of land planted to wheat will be after 2017 wheat harvest. Purchaser will receive cash rent of $5000 per acre on 2017 wheat Possession of open ground will be March 1, 2017. TERMS: 10% of purchase price as down payment day of auction, the balance will be due upon closing on or before December 15, 2016. Down payment will be escrowed with Weltmer Phillips law office, escrow fees will be split 50/50 between seller & purchaser. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split 50/50 between seller & purchaser ThummelReal Estate & Auction LL C is acting as seller agenL All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Beverly Smiley and Paul Hartsel Auction Conducted By Burr Oak, Kan. Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC. 785-738-0067 or 785-738-5933 Ctlnllidfor L-E .... District #3 Commissioner r in the November 8, 2016 Rlorldal, Ot. 17 1.00 p.m. General Election Auction will be held at the School Community Center, Republic, Kan. TRACT h NW 1/4 26-1-6 Jewell Co. Kansas. The farm is located on Ash and 290 Road. There are 158.10 acres with Your vote would be appreciated 145.39 cropland acres. Base acres are 33.91 wheatwith 41 bu. yield, 59.77 corn with 166 bu. yield, 2.80 grain sorghum with 145 bu. yield, 3452 soybean with 50 bu. yield for a total base acres of 131.0. Conservation system is being Paid for by Tom Harris ,o,, actively applied. This farm has, a.7_ tower T & L pivotw x 4-Berkley pump 1,000 gal. per minute, 2012 John Deem diesel 4924 power unit Half of the pivot is 2011, the other half 2014 692 irrigated acres 2015 General Taxes Z w ek's were $3,815.22. 2017 Bostwick irrigation- $3,061.55. Bostwick repair-$303.10. I TRACT I1: N 1/2 NE 1/4 22-1-6 Jewell Co. Kansas. The farm is located on Birch and 290 Road. There are 77.01 acres with 77.01 cropland acres Base acres are 19.20 wheat with 41 bu. yield, 33.80 corn with 166 bu. yield, 1.60 grain sorghum with 145 bu. yield, 19.40 soybeans with 50 bu. yield for a total base acres of 74. Conservation system is being actively applied. This farm has irrigation pipe. 45.5 irrigated acres. 2015 General taxes were $1,722.20.2017 Bostwick irrigation $2,08274. Bostwick repair - $199.29. TRACT II1: NE 1/4 27-1-6 Jewell Co. Kansas. The farm is located on Ash and 290 Road. There are 154.79 acres with 141 39 cropland acres. Base acres are 32.58 wheat with 41 bu. yield, 57.42 corn with 166 bu. yield, 2.69 grain sorghum with 145 bu. yield, 33.17 soybean with 50 bu. yield for a total base acres of 125.86. The pivot, pump and motor are owned by the renter. 120.8 irrigated acres. 2015 General taxes were $3,463.08.2017 Bostwick irrigation- $5,344.25. Bostwick repair- $529.10. TRACT IV: NE 1/4 34-1-6 Jewell Co. Kansas, less 26 acres on East side irrigation ditch. The farm is located on Z and 290 Roads.There are 117.87 acres with 115.74 cropland acres. Base acres are 43.29 wheat with 42 bu yield, 56.58 grain sorghum with 88 bu. yield,.16 soybeans with 36 bu yield for a total base acres of 100.03. 2015 taxes were $1,046.28. Seller will pay 2016 taxes, purchaser will pay 2017 taxes. TERMS: 10% of purchase price as down payment day of auction, the balance will be due upon closing on or before November 16, 2016. Down payment will be escrowed with Downing, Alexander & Wood Attorney, escrow fees will be split 50/50 between seller & purchaser. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split 50/50 between seller & purchaser. POSSESSION will be March 1, 2017. Thumme/ Rea/ Estate & Auction LL C/s acting as seller agent. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Charlotte Waiters Estate James R. Brooks Trust Anna M. Hoover Trust Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC. 785-738-0067 or 785-738.5933 / Friday, Sept. 30 7 BIk Heifers 412 137100 24 BIk Steers 644 140.00 51 BIk Heifers655 131.00 7 Mix Steers 595 138.00 21 Mix Heifers590 126.50 5 BIk Steers 734 130.00 15 BIk Heifers683 125.00 5 Red Steers 666 125.00 5 BIk Heifers 554 125.00 7 Mix Steers 654 87.00 17 BIk Steers 595 140.00 Consigned for Friday, Oct. 7 63 Red Angus 3 Yr. Old Cows, Spring Calves Bred Red Angus; 180 BIk Steers, 500-650, Fall Shots; 40 BIk Steers and Heifers, 550-700, Fall Shots; 70 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-700; 65 BIk BIk-WF Steers and Heifers, 550-700; 100 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-700; 15 Mix Steers and Heifers, 500-600; 3 Mix Steers and Heifers, 500; 27 Mix Spring Calving Cows, Young to Old; 27 Steers and Heifers, 400-650 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