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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 24, 2019 Salina site of Jaclyn Yelken played her last home volleyball game Friday night. Coming to watch her were Garold and Barb Ohmstede ~fGuide Rock, Carol Yelken Of Franklin, Mary and Phil Kottmeyer and children of Lincoln, Neb and Tom and Lori Franek of Beloit and, of course, her Grammie, Rita Roberson, and her parents and brother, Scott, Lori and Jarett Yelken. Gayla Flavin visited her sister, Connie Pruitt, in Stillwater, Okla from Wednesday to Saturday. She also saw her niece, Lori Grant, Lawton, Okla and watched her son, Torren, play foot- ball against Stillwater High School. Glenn and Sue Leppert of Haviland were weekend visitors of their daugh- ter and family, Jon and Emily Harkness, in Northbranch. Beverly Frost and I from this area attended the graves/de service for Eldon Pugh Saturday at the Northbranch Cem- etery. Eldon grew up in this area, gradu- ated from the Academy and married Carol Gleason in 1946. Here their four children were born. For many years he and his family had lived in Belleville. He died on Oct. 6, after falling and breaking a hip. The Sunday morning worship ser- vice at Northbranch Friends Church opened as Pastor Jon welcomed each to worship, giving announcements, followed by noting numerous prayer concerns. Prayers were offered for these. Musicians were Erma Dillon, Four Ways from Northbranch McElroy family reunion in August By Erma Dillon Rosetta Jeffery and Kelly McNichols. Serving as ushers were Brad Jeffety and Tim Warner. Emily Harkness read an article about missions. Special mu- sic was a vocal solo, "If I Stand" by Callum McNichols. The pastor's text was taken from Revelations 4 and 5. Herein are re- corded the vision that John had show- ing him situations and events of proph- ecy. Noted in the sermon are three Heaven's songs. L Praise the Lord God is holy, powerful and eternal. Nothing that we do or say can take away from that. 2. Praise the God who created everything. God gave us the knowl- edge to create things- whether good or bad. 3. Praise the Lamb who redeemed people by His blood.(Note: due to ye scribe's need to leave early, I can not finish the sermon.) Visitors in the service were Cindy Kuhn of St. Joseph, Mo and Kenny Austin of Rockwell, N.C Glenn and Sue Leppert of Haviland. Tom Shute, his mother, Jeri, and I attended the memorial service for George Jensen Sunday afternoon at the Olive Hill Church. Here is your laugh for the day: I wonder why we are so obsessed with trying to find intelligent life on other planets, when we can't even find intelligent life here? I might wake up early and go run- ning. I also might wake up and win the lottery. The odds are about the same. II Esbon len Ba,nes Burr Oak ByGlennysBames On Tuesday afternoon, Cliff and Glenny Barnes accompanied Diana Ord to Holdrege, where they watched the Holdrege Junior High volleyball team play the team from Minden Junior High. The Holdrege team was defeated in two sets. Paisley Ord is a member of the Holdrege team. Doug and Wanda Frasier were in Omaha last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for medical testing for Doug. Kelley and Nick Bunting, Billings, Mont arrived at the home of Cheryl Hillman on Friday evening and stayed the weekend visiting Cheryl, Jess/ca Barnes and Brynlee and Greg Man- ning and other relatives. On Saturday moming, Luwana Jackson, Virginia, Neb arrived to stay for the weekend also. Luwana is Nick Bunting's mother. The Buntings and Luwana all left for their respective homes on Monday morning. Cliff and Gienny Barnes went to Superior Saturday rooming to watch the Red Cloud sixth grade girls' youth volleyball team play two games. The Red Cloud team defeated teams from Fairbury and Thayer Central. In the afternoon, the Barnes visited with Nick and Kelley Bunting and Luwana Jack- son at the home of Cheryl Hillman. On a cool Sunday rooming, Pastor Les Ellis opened the worship service at the United Methodist Church with an- nouncements and the call to worship. Prayer concerns were for Teara Rain and road safety not only for the harvest crews and farmers but motorists on the. roads. Cynthia Clark read a special on being able to talk about GOd or not knowing him. Pastor Ellis's message was entitled "Aging is Mandatory, Maturity is Op- tional" with the scripture reading com- ing from Mark 9:30-37. We all find ourselves growing in age, there is no stopping the process but there are times that we find ourselves acting like a child. Fellowship time was hosted by Ron and Dee Reed. The Nazarene Church was opened with the welcome and announcements given by Gary Garman. Janice McCutcheon had the song service. Songs sung were "Oh How He Loves You and Me," "My Saviors Love," and "Look and Live." Prayer requests were announced by Gary Garman and prayed for by Pastor Jeff Ord. There were also sev- eral praises. The offering was then taken followed by Sandy Franco's spe- cial. The song, "Sweet Holy Spirit," on a CD was played. Krystal Wulfhad the children's story which was about the need to be slow in some things and fast in others. The Book of James talks about being slow to speak and slow to anger, but fast to follow Christ. The children played in- struments to the song "I've Got Peace and Love in My Soul." Diana Ord signed the song "Thy Will." Pastor Jeff Ord then gave the ser- mon. The theme of the sermon was "Selling Out to God." There are many ways to be sold out to God. Prayer, love, patience, and faith are some of the ways we show how sold out to God we really are. We need to really know Him. Satan is always there to destroy us. We need to stand firm in what we believe and show others how sold out to God we really are. Pastor Jeffclosed the service with prayer. At the Burr Oak Christian Church on Sunday morning, Glenny Barnes led the singing and made announce- ments in the absence of Pastor Richard Cox. After a time for praises and prayer requests, communion and offering, there was a short welcome time. Rosie Campbell took Brynlee Manning, Sa- vannah Warrelmann and Claire Bahson to the basement for a Sunday School lesson. Diana Ord had a special, sign- ing the song "Thy Will." Pastor Ord's message was entitled "Totally Sold Out for God." He made references in his message to Hebrews 11:1 andl3:15 and Isaiah 40:31. Just as our relatigiaship with our spouse needs to beflotally sold out, our rela- tionship to~;od needs to be totally sold out also.~l'obe totally sold out we need to have fait~,/make sacrifices of our talents, time, treasures and testimo- nies. We are to pray, fast, read God's Word daily and to share with thost. around us. Having lunch together at the local cafe on Sunday were Nick and Kelley Bunting, Luwana Jackson, Cheryl Hillman, Jess/ca Barnes, Brynlee Man- ning, David and Lori Barnes, Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Glenny Barnes, Diana, Patsy, Keller, Olivia, Thomas and Kooper Ord. The Burr Oak Community Library hosted the Knew Rider Band on Sun- day afternoon from 2 to 4. The Sunday program was made possible thr6ugh the Dane Hanson Foundation and is one of the presentations of the Burr Oak Music and Poetry Series. The Knew Rider Band is made up of Steven Howell, John Garman and Jace Demanett. Also on Sunday, Cal McNichols was on hand for a book signing. Refreshments were available as well. There was a good attendance. The next presentation will be Sunday, Nov.17, with Steve Sassman and Melvin Litton presenting poems, po- etry and music. Melvin Litton's family lived in the Burr Oak area many years ago. Sunday, Oct. 27, is the date for the annual Burr Oak Community Club Halloween Party. A supper ofhotdogs, chips, cookies and drinks will be served starting at 5:30 p.m. A costume contest will follow at about 6:30 p.m. After- wards there will be games for the chil- dren. Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy a fun evening. Thirty-nine members of Grandma Ruby's Clan, descendants of Elvin McElroy and Ruby Vignery McElroy Billing, held their annual reunion at the home of Hershel and Leslie Bradrick Sanders in Salina on Aug. 17. Everyone enjoyed the day in the beautiful pool and catching up with their cousins. Many stories were told and many facts were disputed, but it's always evident this group of cousins shared many wonderful times growing up together at the Billing and File Farms in Jewell County. The family had a potluck luncheon and Saddle Jack's barbeque specialties made by Todd Bradrick. Attending were: Britt and Cam Smith Feltner, Manhattan; Jody McElroy File, Jim and Pat File, Courtland; James and Krista Mooran File McKay, Kelly, Maeve, and Kirk McKay, McPherson; Deb File Murray, Mankato; Cara Murray Robinson.Cash and Ruby, Holton; Chrissie Ivrurray Harris, Coiton, Gracin and Hunter, Beloit; Lane and Sharon File Kvasnicka and Tyler, Andover; Brandon Brockelman and Evalyn, Manhattan; Nick and Bianca Pounds and Bexton, Bayleigh Brockelman, Sylvan Grove; Lynette Bradrick Balch; Ryan and K~elie, Kerzie Balch, Woodward, Okla.; Hershel and Leslie Bradrick Sanders; Todd and Gaye Bradrick; Dan/ Bradrick, Salina; Zach and Rachel Bradrick, and Josephine, Overland Park. Barb Mizner, Daphne Manning and Pam Hajny attended the Burr Oak Li- brary Music Series program on Sun- day. The Sunday programs are made possible through the Dane Hanson Foundation. The Knew Rider Band providing the music on Sunday is made up of Steven Howell, John Garman and Jace Demanett. Also on Sunday, Cal McNichols was on hand for a book signing. Refreshments were available as well. The next presentation will be Sunday, Nov. 17, with Steve sassman and Melvin Litton presenting poems, poetry, and music. Melvin Litton's fam- ily lived in the Burr Oak area many years ago. The programs are open to everyone. Tummy Finnell is the librar- ian at the Burr Oak Community Li- brary. Jewell By Sharon Tullar There will be a 90th birthday open house celebration honoring Robert Kemmerer from 2 to 4p.m. at the Jewell Community Center on Sunday. Joleta and Kevin Shamburg, Salina, were Saturday luncheon guests of Mary Sbelton. Ladies Card Club met at the Shirley Varney home Thursday afternoon. Theresa Baxa, Beloit, will be cel- ebrating her 90th birthday, with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Jewell Community Center on Sunday, Nov. 3. Kevin Ingram, president of the Man- hattan Christian College, will bring the message at the Christian Church Sun- day, Oct. 27. There will be a church potluck dinner following the service. Sunday, Nov. 3, is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. There will be a movie, Tor- tured for Christ, at 7 p.m. at the Chris- tian Church Michael Saint, son of Curtis and Annette Saint of rural Jewell, earned his fourth National Championship Ring last weekend. He is a member of the Fort Hays State Shooting Club and Team. The team participated in and won the Division II Scholastic Clay Target Program Championships at Marengo, Ohio. Congratulations, Michael. Rachel Crouse had a good time bowling with her friends on Monday in Concordia. Today (Thursday), there will be a meeting in the Jewell Apartments Meeting Room to discuss the Jewell Sesquicentennial. The Sesquicenten- nial, Jewell's 150th Anniversary, is next year--2020. All are invited to attend to discuss, think and plan for next year. Ron Willis, former Jewell resident, is reported to be in the Via Christi St. Invitation for Sealed Bids The Board of Education of U.S.D. 107 is accepting sealed bids for contract services for six months (April - Sept.) to mow and trim approximately 11.5 acres of district grounds at the Rock Hills Jr/Sr High School and the Elementary grounds, this does not include the Rock Hills football field or fuel tank area. Successful bidder wilJ provide own equipment and coordinate schedule with Facilities Director, Bob Roush. Successful bidder will be paid in 6 equal payments the months of May through October. Bidders are asked to submit a 1 year bid option, 2 year bid option and a 3 year bid option. Please split out bid to show Jr/Sr High and Elementary cost. To be considered, bids must be in writing, in a sealed envelope marked "Mowing Bid" and submitted to the U.S.D. 107 Board office at 109 E. Main Street, Mankato, Kan. 66956. Bids must be received by Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at Noon at the U.S.D. 107 office to be considered. Bids will be opened at the Nov. 11, 2019, Board of Education meeting. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 43.2C Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019re NOON Location: Corner of 3rd affd National Streets, Superior, Neb. CONCRETE AND CEMENT ffEMS Large limestone landscape boulders Limestone posts College rocks - new 2 pallet bricks Concrete calvert Concrete curb stops -new Cement stepping stones - new Concrete drain splashes - new 2 Concrete patio tables - new Concrete flower pots - new Concrete bird baths - new FURNITURE AND ANTIQUES Ornate rolhop desk (one of a kind) Sofa Pot belly kitchen cabinet Barn pully Kitchen cupboard TV Armoire" with storage on bottom Organ stool with needlepoint seat Chest of drawers Leather chairs Hightop table with 4 benches coffee tables piano bench 20 metal folding chairs Corner curio cabinet COLLECTIBLES 10 Nice deer mounts Powder horn 2 Skunk wine bottle holders Vintage clothing/hats Piano Scarfs Old hish button ladies shoes Glove box Old children's shoes Pictures Collectible books Magazine covers (old) Brass fireplace insert Canes Wooden blocks Matchbox toy cars Old telephones Lots of hand work - lace On Freedom Wings picture Conductor's hat Speed Queen wringer washer Sellers: !i *f Hurricane Lamps Umbrellas Assortment of aluminum storm windows Rulers and yard sticks" Umbrella stand Saw horses Costume jewelry Silver dresser sets Ceiling fixture lights Stacked scafford - new Tools Lots of Victorian decorating items Decorative wire fence Shovel and rakes Tomahawk Cigarette lighters Cistern pump Camper port-o-potty 2 wicker baby buggies Area rugs Metal lawn chairs Mission style shelf Lamps ITEMS SOLD BY OTHERS Meud signs (reproductionsl Clock Tool boxes Socket set Boston 35 pencil sharpener Ink well Counter top dishwasher Lawn mower Shriner's hat Wooden crates Wheelchair lilt Assortment of tools Bushel baskets Copper bucket End tables Leaf blower School desk Magazine holder Entertainment center with stereo Tarp Roller skates License plates Headboards and frames Pack n Play Hand tools Collectible bricks Electric hospital bed Microwave Knives 12" black and gold planter Drill press MI CELLANEOUS Old square nails Apartment range Throw rugs Hand vacuum Kansas State flag, yard stakes Oak table Kitchen table 8' folding table Meat smoker Apple peeler Set of golf clubs Coolers School desk Canning jars Step stools Books, COs. DVDs Yamaha keyboard Ratchet tie-downs Silverware Wire bird cage with stand Electric sander Shovels/Rakes Throw rugs Wooden doors Snow blower Burble doll house 10 sheets peg board Throw pillows Princess table and chairs 2 Metal 2-drawer file cabinets Other items too numerous to mention Oak 2 drawer file cabinet Toilets Exercize bike Apple peeler [ Aucho,~eq'sNoqes Jo~,ss~h~spe,so~ [ Wind chimes 7,Shp outboard motor I pmpedy, as a new ~rmess ~s c0m~g m I Metal tool box on wheels Miscellaneous tools Samsung cell phone Barn door track Wire 20x20 dog pen Aluminum 4 wheeler ramp Impact driver Plastic 40 gal barrels Platform scaffold John Price, Sr. and Beth Lovegrove Io I~ ~6t Of ~r ab~ty. I~ owam, au ~*e)s and !amle, ~ no wanan~ eXp~UaKI ~ implkKs.rl~ ~ z.xs at~ll~ ccm~ am ~ n~po~b~ ~ any sla*a oc m~ laOPe~ or aoud*nm. No Wope~ removed unl~ aettloO for All stalemen~ homm lira I~lievKI k) be cement However. the a~ns firm. Hgers and pnnlem make no BOO---- ' - d~eaovarwnlllm~aiai~. To i~s~d'F~ls" ~lhnowlumn~eslut~e~l~lot Auctioneers AUCTION SERVICE MaRBecker (785} 6484}226 I ~1 Nell Bouray 1402) 879-5566 Francis Hospital in Wichita. Hope for him a speedy recovery. News is slow this past week. Ev- eryone recuperating from Corn Sho~ weekend. Rain in our area Friday evening kind of put a stop to harvesting here for afew hours. A lot of patience is needed in getting the harvest over with and wheat drilled at this time of year. Alexandria Fogo, Mankato, stayed for the weekend with her grandpar- ents, Bob and Deanna Freeman. Formoso By K3mberly Waide Pastor Daniel gave his message from Genesis 18:9-15, the account of God coming as a guest to Abraham and Sarah laughing at God's declaration that she would have a son within the next year. Pastor introduced his mes- sage by talking about young children who get scared of the dark and their imagination takes common things and turns them into monsters and things that are not really there. Then he brought it around to adults who can allow worry and anxiety to create an unrealistic perspective of their life situations. He asked the question "How can the light of God's character change our perspec- tive of life's problems?" The answer was twofold. First, by helping us recognize that our perspec- tive is limited. Second, by causing us to reexamine our problems on the basis of who God is. God showed His omni- science, His possession of all knowl- edge, when He asked why she had laughed. The Bible says Sarah laughed within and yet God knew. Sarah was looking at only the physical facts of her situation. She was old, she was barren, and it had taken too long for her too conceive. However God showed her His Omnipotence, His possession of all power, when He asked "Is there anything to hard for the Lord?" Sarah learned not to trust her own mortal and limited perspective but to acknowledge the character of God and all that He posseses - then anything becomes possible! We can remember this too in our own lives when we are overcome by worry, anxiety and im- possible situations - we need to in- stead turn our focus to God and His might and wait for the impossible to be made possible through faith in a great God! The service was closed with the hymn "God will take care of you." Formoso Library hosted a pumpkin carving on Monday afternoon. Three young men showed up to carve but several others who wanted to come were sick so the library set up a second day for others to carve their pumpkins. All the pumpkins for the event were donated by the Depot Market of Courtland. Mankato Ben and Annika Ruthstrom, Osborne, and Amy Feigley, Enterprise, attended Friday's Rock Hills football game to watch their nephew and cousin, Sam Underwood, play football. Amy was a weekend guest of Ervin and Kristin Underwood and family Mary Powell's visitors Thursda)) were Sue and David VanHorn, Lin- coln, Neb.; Gay Mason, Lincoln, Neb.; Tom Brubaker, Holmesville, Neb.; Norma Cross, Arapahoe, Neb.; Kevin Beach, Arvada, Colo. Downtown Trunk or Treat is Thurs- day, Oct. 31, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. There will be a pumpkin carving con- test at Blue Earth Studios and Gallery. Blue Earth Studios and Gallery is hosting a Halloween Concert. Thurs- day, Oct. 31, at the Ute Theatre. The concert will be headed by Knew Rid- ers, the band. An older brother was trying to scare his little brother so he asked him to imagine that they were trapped alone in a haunted house full of ghosts. When he asked him what he would do, the little boy calmly replied, "I'11 just stop imagining!" Rock Hills Junior - Senior High School Activities Monday was the PTL Volleyball tournament at Beloit. Tuesday was Mrs. Wanklyn's birth- day. The Robotics class met after school in Mr. Hadachek's room. Junior high bas- ketball practice began. Wednesday is seventh and ninth grade CPR class. Today (Thursday) is CPR class for juniors. From 8:30 to 11:30 a.m the Pre-ACT test is in the library for all freshmen. Friday from 8:30 to 10 a.m. there is a FAFSA meeting for students in the Library. From 10to 11 a.m. a financial aid meeting will be held for juniors in the library. LET'S TALK: CORRECTIONS 106th District I F " ; I served on the Corrections and Juvenile Justice relieve pressure on staffing and facilities. Committee. This was an eye opener. Kansas had Experience has shown that if a person is two prison uprisings last year. Our prisons were sentenced to 18 months for a drug-related understaffed and filled above capacity, crime, early release for good behavior cuts short Staffing issues have been addressed, in part, with increased funds. Some prisoners will be moved out of state temporarily to address overcrowding. Much of this problem is addiction related. I was impressed by the knowledge our people have when it comes to how we can turn some of these lives around and help them be productive citizens. This testimony made an impression on me. Because of overcrowding, early release for good behavior would seem like a good thing to the rehab time and the recidivism rate is higher than if the full sentence (and rehab) are served. It's a complicated issue and the Kansas Criminal Justice Reform Commission is working. If you have questions or concerns about corrections or juvenile justice, please contact me at bill.pannbacker@house.ks.gov. AUCTION SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2019 1:00 P.M. Auction will be held at the home located at 305 Walnut (Walnut & 4th ) in Randall, KS. ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, COLLECTABLES & HOUSEHOLD Oak 2 pc high back bed full size w/unusual Bombay side dresser; Lakeside oak organ very good condition; high back organ stool; 2 oak pattern back office chairs; 2 oak 3 section stacking bookcases; oak high chair folds into rocker; Round Oak Duplex stove w/Dow Wah Jack top; marble top parlor table; Victorian chair; blue Victorina couch; spinning wheel; steamer trunk; salesman sample stoves & cast iron toy stoves (Crescent, Queen, Eagle, Rival & Favorite); Sleepy Eye crock pitcher; 3 gal Red Wing churn; wall telephone; cow pitcher collection; Limoges miniatures; Russian crystal vases; ladies hats; dollies; table cloths; linens; first day issue stamps; commemorative coins; Daisy churn; scales; cast iron waffle iron; Crystal wall coffee grinder; silver plate coffee, tea & serving dishes; Victrola records; metal match boxes; wash boards; milk bottles w/rack; metal Pepsi rack; oil lamps; cast iron tea kettle; shoe lass; vintage & new canning jars; Christmas & Holiday decorations; Christmas dishes 14+ place set; 12 Christmas wine glasses; Nativity sets; wooden pedal airplane; assortment of other col lectables; MODERN FURNITURE inc: 2013 Kenmore 18 cu chest freezer; oak antique repo 3 pc queen bedroom set very nice; oak 4 pc. bedroom set w/marble top dresser, lingerie cabinet; Sealy full adjustable & vibrating mattress; queen mattress; Bassett dining table w/6 chairs; Lazy Boy leather chair; divan; 4 TV (34" Emerson, 20" Sylvania, 60" Sharp); oak TV stand; oak curio cabinet; entry bench; pine 2 door wardrobe; mahogany jewelry chest; small painted dresser; oak oval coffee table; iron bed bench; 3 bar stools; crock pot w/3 pots & server/warmer; glass & crystal serving bowls; table lamps some w/leaded glass; Electrolux canister vacuum; Yamaha Ciavinova CVP200 electric piano touch keyboard like new; Precision clarinet; music CD's, DVD's & VCR tapes; SEWING & QUILTING ITEMS 4 Singer Feather Weight sewing machines (1938 AE988435; 1939 AF375425; 1935 AEO58389; 1954 AL724793); Bernina Artista 180 sewing machine, embroidery hoops & embroidery attachment; Singer model 160 160th Anniversary Limited Edition sewing machine new in unopened box; 2 treadle sewing machine cabinets; metal toy sewing machines (Singer, Little Betty, Gateway & Kay-EE Sewmaster); spool cabinets; spinning wheel; cotton fabric yardage & bolts; I00+ quilt & crafting books in new condition; quilt & wall hanging kits; quilting & sewing patterns; folding craft table; sewing kits; assortment fabric & cotton; SIGNS, MOWER, TOOLS & OTHER SIGNS INC: (We Use Chevrolet Parts clock; OK lighted sign; Conoco; Skelly gas; AC Sparkplug; Gall Motor Norton; Texaco man w/cast iron base; Kool neon; Hamms bear; assortment of other signs); stop light; Southwest 72CR-I Chevrolet gas pump; Pepsi glass door cooler; Trico wiper cabinet; Chevrolet wheel bar stools; 2015 John Deere Z445 54" front deck, 24 hp Kawasaki, zero turn mower; 2015 2 wheel mower utility trailer; Troy B/It Pony rear tiller; Husqvarna 340 chain saw; 4 wheel garden cart; blowers; trimmers; Peter Wright England anvil; DeWalt bench grinder; Rock Island no 87 vice; 8' metal work bench on wheels; Craftsman tool box; Craftsman floor jack; battery charger; large collection of tools inc: Craftsman wrenches; screw drivers; Gorilla shelving; 2-4'x4' metal scaffolding w/rollers, slides & aluminum planks; extension cords; large assortment of other tools & shop items. Note: Marilyn has sold her home and moving. Warren has many nice signs and a large collection of tools. Marilyn has many very nice collectables. The furniture and antiques are in very quality condition and ready to place in your home. Check our web site for pictures at www.th um mela uction.com. MARILYN JOERG & WARREN JOERG ESTATE Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067