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Thursday, October 24, 2019 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B First Quilting Retreat in Mankato was a Success Congratulations are in order to three women who came together to host Mankato's fn'st quilting retreat. Belinda Jeffrey, Gall Miller and Sue Walton have attended several'quilt retreats to- gether through the years. The three of them formed a committee to bring one to their home town Plans-began almost a year ago and once a date was set- the spots filled up fast! More than 30 women attended the Meetup in Mankato Quilt Retreat that began on a Friday afternoon and con- tinued through Sunday afternoon at the Mankato Community Center. There were gift bags waiting for each sewer containing sewing items, chocolate, and a coupon for Hidden Treasures Quilt shop. There were also drawings throughout the weekend giv- ing away additional door prizes The event was catered by Mark and Karla Fleming Kucera to lead Superlor's Home Federal Bank's office Alicia Kucera has joined the staff at Superior's Home Federal Bank. Kucera has ne~ly 14 years of banking experi- ence involving processing loans such as agriculture, commercial, mortgage and consumer as well as experience in wealth management and investments. She is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a bachelor of arts degree in business administra- tion with an emphasis in management. Kucera currently lives in Nuckolls County and graduated from Sandy Creek High School. She is a member of the Superior Chamber of Commerce, secretary of her local community club as wel! as being active on several other county wide events. Kucera will lead Home Federal Bank's office in Superior. She will focus on expanding banking relation- ships with new and existing customers providing services in consumer, agri- culture, business and home lending in conjunction with other team members. She will also handle deposit and cash management services for our custom- ers. She canbe reached at the Superior office at 308-398-4959. Harmony United Methodist Church Harmony United Methodist Church met Sunday with Rev. Jim Rice. Nikki and Meili Ost and Amy Rice were readers. Nolan Grout was acolyte. Wilma Pearson was welcomed as the pianist for the day. The congregation looks forward to hearing more of her music in the future. Pr~t.ycrs. were requested, for Bun Wame a~d J~'ene Brainard for their cancer treatments, and for Travis Zeigler on his deployment to Afghani- stan. Shoe boxes are available in the en- try wayto be filled and sent to children in the mission field. At 6 p.m. Satur- day, therewill be a Halloween hayrack ride in Ionia, with potluck to follow. On Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.there will be a community Bible study at the Mankato Community Center. Satur- day, Nov. 2, at 7a.m. there will be the men's prayer breakfast at Esbon United Methodist Church. On Sunday, Nov.3, at 2 p.m. there will be flag a retirement at the Mankato City Park, conducted by the' Boy Scouts and veterans. Scripture was from the book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah is a hard book to read because even though God took them by the hand and led them out of bondage in Egypt, the Isrealites still strayed by breaking the Law, even worshiping idols. Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet, not bec.ause he wept for himself (even though his own people persecuted him), but because ~ he wept for his people when they turned their backs on God. Jeremiah told of the coming fulfillment of the Law, which we now know to be Jesus. The grace that we receive through Christ is transfbrmative. It changes our entire lives, both public and private. Many people feel that the Old Tes- tament is all about God's judgement and punishment, but "mercy" is actu- ally one of the most repeated words. God gives us the truth. We may not like it, and we may not want to listen to it, but He will keep giving it to us. Even when we give up on ourselves, God never;gives up on us. He is reaching out tq'us. We just need to accept Him. Doing so will not only change our lives,but it"will change the world when we live the lives that Jesus intends. He inquired ofan old man whether it were sinful to write for morley. And the old man answered, "There be two kinds of writers, my son: to wit, those who write for money and get it, and those who write for money and don't get it." UTE THEATRE Friday, Saturday and Sunday Oct. 25, 26 and 27 Abominable When teerLage Yi encounters a young Yet/on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai, she and her mis- chievous friends, Jin and Peng, name him 'Everest" and embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family at the highest point on Earth. But the trio of friends will have to stay one-step ahead of Burnish, a wealthy man intent on capturing a Yell, and zoologist Dr. Zata to help Everest get home'. Rated PG (forsomeactionand mild rude humor). M~nkAtn I(an 7R~-.':I7R-~179 ~ ; Those who attended the quilting workshop were (back row: from left) Lisa Nelson, Leta Nelson, DebbieThompson, LaQuitaGeis, Norma Hansen, Shirley Becker, (third row) Deb- bie Buchholz, Kathleen Jeffery, Jane Gem,~ehlich, ' Linda D'Amico, Jean Cox, (second row) Gall Mifler (left)', :Sd6: walt6n (rriiddle)-a~d:B6~rda;Jeffrey' r~cerlt(y I10gted: a quilting fetre'at irt M'ahkato:'The ttfree 1laveattended several qdilt retreats together through the years and earlier this year formed a committee to bring a retreat to their own hometown. The Montague family would like to thank our friends, organizers and donors for the time, effort and love that went into the benefit for our family. Jody Robben, Nick/Case, Wilson ,(front row) The advantage of always following the straight and narrow path is you avoid all the traffic. Sue Walton, Lori Bonjour, Joleen Walker, Berneta N/block, Luann Kathleen Stump, Kimberly Waide and Barb Oplinger. Like a bad tooth or a lame foot is reliance on the unfaithful in times of trouble. Story Walk VFW Hall Thursday, Oct. 31 3 -5:30 p.m. Read a story and get treats! Readers avai/ab/e for preschoolers) Sponsored by Post Rock District Extension VFWA Hills FBLA Halloween Concert live'atth'e UteTlieatre Knew Rider Band to Headline 43 19 r Music starts at 6:30 p.m. ~ ,r" I/~ ~ Free will donation ~~ Mankato Kan. Thm'sday, Oct. 3~ soft and hard drinks for sale Food catered by Lori Howell Prizes given for crowd's favorite costume (Hosted by Blue Earth Studios and Gallery) Your support during this horrible time /" will never be forgotten. " 'Ii Mankato Volunteer Fire Department ,: :-FIREMAN'S DINNER Su Nov. 3 ~N AguSE ~ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. " Mankato Fire Station i Mankato, Kan. Serving Hamburgers, Chicken Breast Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Baked Potatoes, Desserts and Drinks Robert Kemmerer 9oth Birthday Sunday, Oct. 97 2- 4p.m. at Jewell Community Center 43 19 TheresaI Baxa 90 Birthday Open House 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 , Jewell Community Center i The event willbe h0sted,by her children and their families: Annette ancl'Butch Burks, Jewell; Kathleen and Jan Jones, Randall; Jerry and Dotty Baxa, Salina; AJ. and Karlene Baxa, Beloit; Daniel (deceased) and Virginia Baxa, Wamego; Mark and Tami Baxa, Salina; Nicolas and Heike Baxa, Post Falls, ID; Rebecca and Alan Burcher, Kinsley: Theresa has 23 grandchildren and 53 great grandchildren. Your preselace would really make her day! If you cannot attend, cards will reach her at: 43.19 203 Hilltop Dr Beloit, KS 67420. Free Will Donation I= All proceeds to Mankato Volunteer Fire Department Ii for purchasing gear and equipment ~ . ": VETERANS DAY SUPPER /: Veterans and their familes are invited to a Veterans Day Supper M dr. Nov. 11 on VFW Post #7830 Mankato, Kan. " Hall opens at 4:30 p.m. for social time Meal served at 5:30 p.m. Catered meal by Buffalo Roam $10 cover charge The profession of book writing makes horse racing seem like a solid, stable business. Burr Oak Weather RSVP to Sherri Jeffery 785-545-5800 by Nov. 8 Larry Gillett, NOAA As of 7 a.m. Tuesday Temperatures High Temperature this week. .79 : Low Temperature this week 29 Precipitation this week : ~ -0.35 " Precipitation in October 3.25 -5 Year to date precipitation ;.:.~ 36.26~ 4 Trace of snow observed on Oct~ 11 Daily Temperatures October 17 58 29 October 18 76 37 October 19 79 44 October 20 66 October 21 64 43 October 22 52 36 Jewell Co. Memories : October 15, 1909 Three million, ninety thousand bushels of corn was all Coburn could find in Jewell County. E.T. Jones found a young cedar tree growing along the creek on his farm which was a rare occurrence in this part of the country at that time. Frank Easter was cementing their cave and fixing it up for a kitchen. Cari.y.0Ut Bag-].I $5 ~(.v~ ove~ ,~. ] I, Sweden (reme/: ~,'.:::.: ,: :;~ ~ TheFamily of !iii iBiii Lange, Mankato requests a card shower in honor of his 10ff" Birthday . Nov. 1,2019 Cardsmay be sent to: Bill Lance' Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue Mankato, Kan. 66956 432c 11= Annual Festival of E ismms Trees The Junior Clio Club has sponsored the Festival of Christmas Trees for 10 years. ~Ve are asking organiza- tions and individuals to decorate a tree this year. The judging of the Christmas trees willbe different this year. The trees will be judged by an outof town committee of judges. Therefore, we will not be placing containers by the trees for votes. The prize for the winning tree will be $25. . ' . -. Christmas trees need to be artificial. A sight-&ill need to be placed under the tree with/;he name of the organization or individual and the theme of the tree. Extension cords and timers will be furnished. The trees are to be in place by Thanksgiv- ing and removed by December 31. We encourage tile community to help us celebrate the holiday season by putting up Christmas trees. For further information, con- tact Susan Abel, 785-378-3431. 43,19 I i I : We would like to say THANK YOU for all the kind words, donations, prayers, and helping hands we have received since our devastating house fire in August. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming, and to write a thank you to everyone would be difficult as we don't want to miss anyone. To anyone who helped our family through this-difficult .time, THANK YOUI While it's impossibiet0 thank every individual, we would like tO specifically thank all the Firefighters, EMS, and Law Enforcement, ; who helped fight the fi(e on a hot day and stayed until the job was " complete. A special thank you to our FAMILY for all the endless hours of support, to our neighbors Bree, John, Steve and Marion for their quick thinking the day of the fire and the endless hours of help they have given since, and to Devon and Kandi Walter for opening their home to our family. We know that THANK YOU isn't enough, but we want you to know that we appreciate all that has been done for our family. We also want to thank the Class of 2020 from Lincoln HighSchool, The St. Patrick's Catholic Teens Group, and the Beloit High Volleyball team for putting on fundraisers to help with our needs. We are grateful to live in such a wonderful community and surrounding area, which always comes together in support of friends and neighbors in their time of need. 43~9