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Esbon By Glenna Fogo Representatives of the Community Grant Fund from the Dane G. Hansen Trust, Logan, were at the Mankato Community Center in Mankato Mon- day night. They were present to award portions of Jewell County's gifts to perhaps 10 different groups in our county. From Esbon, the Esbon United Methodist Church received $4,500 for repairing their basement floor. From the church, Lila Frost and Glenna Fogo, were present. The other Esbon recipi- ent was the community center. This money will be used for the handicap ramp project. Barb Mimer, Pam Hajny and Dave Hastings were on hand to accept the gift. Itis great this fund goes to help out smaller communities with their needs. Monday, Gall Burgess and Colleen Baker went to Lincoln, Neb., where Gall had his maintenance chemo treat- ment. They returned home that evening. Last Tuesday evening, Joan and Wayne Broeckelman attended an ex- hibition basketball game at the coli- seum on the Fort Hays campus. They watched their granddaughter, Caley Broeckelman, now attending Cloud County Community College, play bas- ketball. Staying at the Mabel Marihugh house are hunters from Florida. A wife came along with this group. Lila Frost entertained her on Thursday. She was at a loss. No Walmart. Another group from Kentucky are in the Vera Frost house. All are archery deer hunting. Janie and Burdette Callaway, Belleville, drove to Esbon last Wednes- day morning to have a round of coffee with friends. Chug and Carol Fogo, having fin- ished their granddaughter sitting in Ft. Collins, Colo., returned home to Man- hattan Wednesday night. As they made the trip, they stopped in Mankato, where they were met by Glenna Fogo for a short time of visiting and eating. Nick Mizner, who owned the house that I call the Roger house, watched the razing of it with a huge crane last Wednesday afternoon. There has also been noise along Grand this past week as Wise Con- struction tore out the old cement in ' front of the community center, in prepa- ration of replacing it with a handicap ramp. This is the project for which the ' grant money was received. This is the time of year it is extra special to watch for deer crossing the roads. They don't have any sense, so we drivers must try to use ours. The Johanek brothers have deco- .rated their yard for the fall season. It .certainly is an attractive display of cornstalks, pumpkins, etc. on South Grand. Since my news did not make the paper last week I am hoping you all did, without my reminding you that there would be Halloween parties in our town and also you remembered to change your clocks back last Saturday night. A small amount of rain fell in this area Friday; .35 was reported. Last Saturday evening when travel- ing from Salina, Ione Shipley decided to stop for the night in Minneapolis, where Sunday she would attend church with her brother, Lewis. It turned out that she had hit a special day as the congregation was entertained by a group of Mennonite singers, who call themselves Hearts-4-LIFE. Ivan and Leta Frost returned Thurs- day from a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., where they took in the bull riding exhi- bitions. Not only on this trip did they see the bulls, but did a bit of sight seeing. Stanley Hesting had the misfortune last Wednesday night of hitting a deer while driving north of Esbon. There was considerable damage to his ve- hicle. The town was plenty lively Satur- day night because of the children's party at the park. A large group at- tended. Then it was trick or treating time. A really nice night for that and it always is enjoyable for those in the house as the knock on the door lets you know a spook, goblin, dancing lady or at least someone is there. Then, later, the adults gathered at Sam's where the excitement went on. Did you make it to church on time? Or the wrong time because of the time change? November started out as a beautiful day. "Take my Life and Let it • Be" was a thought on everyone's mind as they entered the Esbon United Meth- odist Church to be greeted by Deanna and Roger Underwood. Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley were at the piano and organ as lay pastor Rod Rose entered, and also as Jerrod Gillett and Lily Walker lit the altar candles. Gall Burgess and Lane Underwood were the mornings ushers. Rylee Whelchel and Mason Higer were guests this day. Pastor Rod spoke to the children dur- ing their time. Wanda for her special read the poem "Parables," which fea- tured an antique table and God. Pastor Rod' s message was tiffed"God' s Bless- ings" The book of Ruth was suppos- edly written in 1000 B.C. and Rod's message spoke of her life and its chal- lenges. Lane assisted with serving com- munion. Joys and concerns, "Happy Birthday" was sung to Jerrod and thanks for the prayers that were given as both Jean and Patty are improving healthwise. Before going to fellow- ship a short meeting convened during which it was announced that the 140th birthday of the church observance will be Dec. 6. Lila announced that the church had received $4,500 from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. This will be used to repair the basement floor. She asked everyone to look at the samples and select their choice of cov- erings. "O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee." (last week) Just a reminder to everyone about the Halloween party scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the City Park Saturday. Come in costume. Later in the evening there will be food and dancing at Sam's. 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This community received what has been needed for some time, a rain of .75 to one inch fell Thursday. Stopped harvest but was definitely needed for the wheat that has been recently planted in the dust. What is the old saying? We can hope. Friday afternoon Lila Frost and Alyce Gillett, representing the Esbon United Methodist Church, did volun- teer duty at the Jewell County Thrift Shop. They were joined by two women from the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. The past days had been great har- vest weather and that is exactly what the farmers have been doing. Usually the mile needs frost or freeze to be really mature, but this year in some cases the grain looked ripe, but the stem was still green. The farmers with those fields have cut some of them and say that the grain was dry and the stock really not to hard to cut. Some record breaking yields have been reported, some not so good where the storm, hit earlier. The bad part is the low price. Combining did come to a stop when on Thursday .75 to one inch of rain fell. When driving from Hays to Beloit Friday, Tyler Broeckelman took a short detour for some time with his grand- parents, Joan and Wayne Broeckel- man. Saturday Ione Shipley drove to Salina to meet her son, Lyle, his wife, Penni, Coalgate, Okla., and then grand- son Liam. There they had a nice visit. Lyle and family later drove south to Wichita and stayed the night with Cameron Shipley. Before going to Salsa, they visited Penni' s mother and sisters :in central Kansas. "Wonderful words of life." Sam and Alyce Gillett were at the door to greet everyone as they entered the Esbon United Methodist Church for services, which were conducted by Pastor Gerry Sharp Sunday morning. Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley were the musicians playing as Jerrod Gillett, Lily, and Claire Walker lit the altar candles. Lane Underwood and Gale Burgess later served as ushers. Lane also assisted with communion. Terry Walker was the mornings guest. Pastor spoke to the children about God's sightings, about how we see God in action with people all over the world. Shirley Marihugh read the poem "How Did I See GodToday?" Do we thank God every morning? Pastor Gerry read scriptures from Mark 10 to go with his sermon "Wanting to See." We may need windows to see out, or we may not be tall enough, or maybe we just don't see, we need to pay more atten- tion as sometimes we act like we have blinders on. Should we pay more atten- tion? "Open your eyes that you may See." The minister was presented a pastor appreciation gift. November is here and things change. In November, church duties fall to Deanna and Roger Underwood, specials to Wanda Thummel, and usher duties to Gall Burgess and Lane Underwood. The day's joys that were mentioned were of family members who were improv- ing health wise, of the announcement that thanks to Lila Frost the church is receiving a Dane Hansen grant of $4,500 to take care of the basement floor. Concerns covered were prayers for those who are ill. During fellow- ship Wanda Thummelpassed out suck- ers made by she and Ted as a recogni- tion of Mexico's "All Souls Day." This past week Tyler Broeckelman had his second special treatment in Kansas City. He is now home in Hays. He does have one more of those treat- ments in two weeks. At this time the plans are for another scan after that and then the stem cell transplant probably around Thanksgiving. He will have 15 to 19 days of isolation at that time. A week ago Saturday during half- time of Kansas State's football game, the annual selection of KSU ambassa- dors was made. Ambassadors take the place of a king and queen and origi- nally three males and three females are in the running. The male ambassador selected by the vote of the student population was Hunter Post. This was a great honor for the Beloit native. Hunter is the grandson of Esbon's Jo Ann and Eldon Doud and of course the Douds were present for the award. After graduating, Hunter plans a ca- reer in the medical field. Athelda Thompson, Superior, but formerly of rural Esbon, had a pace- maker installed Thursday. This proce- dure was done in Hastings. Her daugh- ter, Gaylene, Edmond, Okla., was with her. When released after the surgery she entered a care home. Don't forget that it is that time of the year again. This coming Saturday night is when we change our clocks or perhaps you will miss a Sunday ap- pointment. James Thummel and his eastern Kansas friends, as they do each year, are hunting pheasants, this time out of state. Life is a succession of lessons that must be lived to be understood. Ionia Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the Sun- day morning message at Ionia United Methodist Church. Stan Colson was the greeter and usher. Maryssa Schlaefli lit the altar candles. The message was titled "Untie Him.' Scripture read was will be for Veterans Day r Dr. Tyler will be out of the office Thursda3 Nov. 5- Tuesda3 Nov. 10 back to regular hours Friday, Nov. 11. Dr. Tyler will be gone to a continuing education seminar in southern California. Tyler Chiropractic 201 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-8047 TEST YOUR CROP ACRES NEB-KAN Consultant Service offers Independent GPS soil sampling and grid sampling so you can know how much fertilizer to be applying to your acres this year. With margins being so tight, checking your soil fertility is more important than ever CONSULTANT SERVICE 43.15 Contact Ryan Cates 785-569d128 rcates28@gmail.com for information Or reach us at the office 1115 E. Third St., Superior, Neb. 402-879-4755 John 11:32-44. Linda Kohn was the pianist. Communion was observed with Teresa Hoffman providing the com- munion elements. It was announced that a parish council meeting will be held at the Ionia church at 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 I, and a charge conference will be held Nov. 8, following the PPRC meeting at 12:40 p.m. at Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato. Preparations are being made for the upcoming Ionia United Methodist Church annual fall supper and bazaar, to be held Nov. 14. Marty Rose, McCook, stayed Tues- day night with Rod and Rita Rose. Thursday night, Leon, Karen and Bud Boden attended a concert in Beloit presented by the International String Trio. One day last week, Frank Diemart visited Harold Shoemaker, LTC Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli joined friends in Branson, Me., and stayed several days there last week. On the way home, Dick and Gloria stopped and visited at the home of Mark, Kim and Ainsley Viets, Girard. Roger and Arrilla Fedde stayed a couple of days in Ponder, Texas, help- ing Bruce Fedde celebrate his birth- day. On the way home, they stopped in Guthrie, Okla., and helped Cynthia (Fedde) Wunderle celebrate her birth- day. Others at the Wunderle home vis- iting were Mitchell and McKenzie Whoolery, Cynthia's son and his daughter. Saturday, Bill and Maryssa Schlaefli were dinner guests at the home of Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. They celebrated Maryssa's 13th birthday. Sunday, Rod Rose brought the mes- sage at the Esbon and Burr Oak United Methodist churches. Sunday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended the annual harvest blessings meal and program at eli ve Hill Church. The musical program was presented by a men's sextet from the Keamey area, "Living Hope." Fall harvest is about completed with a few farmers still working on fmish- ing mile harvest. Thankfully, rains were received last week and the newly planted wheat is looking better. Cattle are being moved to home pastures and lots in preparation for winter. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Among those going to watch Alexis Budke, Alana Budke and Josi Wilson play volleyball during the 3A tourna- ment held at_Emporia Frida.y _and Sat- Thursday, November 5, 2015 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A urday were Lee, lngrid and Daytona In expectation of winter, the eleva- McMillan, Ann Hilt, Eric and Mindy tor has covered the two big piles of Hilt and daughter, all of Beloit, Bruce milD. and Cindy Barrett of Jewell, Ferris and Jim Varney was here from Seward, Susan Barrett of Benton, Kan., Mark Neb., for a couple of days with Earl and and Kathy Wilson of Jewell, Melinda Shirley Vamey. He was helping them Wilson of Buhler, Mr. and Mrs Brett dosomejobs. SteveBartschandMonty Jacobs of Hutchinson, and Earl and Wilson also helped put a new roof on Shirley Varney of Jewell. Friday Brooke Williams, Hutchinson, was a Friday visitor of her Jewell relatives. She then went to Norton to visit with her sister, Brennan Williams, Rae and Brenda Goodwin are now staying in Jewell now. They have their trailer parked in the east end of town. Arian and Elva Folsom left on Fri- day for their winter home in Arizona. Residents of Jewell Apartments residents report Ann Goldsberry has returned to her apartment. We are sorry to report the death of Euna Lundstrom on Thursday. Her funeral was Tuesday afternoon at the Trinity United Methodist. Family members include Karen and Ron Willis, Sally and Bob Engel, and Ann and Larry Girard. Euna will be missed by the entire community. The Beloit High School volleyball team took fourth at the state tourna- ment held at Emporia. Among those attending were Shirley and Earl Varney, Bruce and Cindy Barrett. Rache Engle helps with the coaching of the team. A group of six men from Kearney performed at the Christian Church a building. Earl and Shirley Varney attended a Missouri Valley wrench meeting in Eldorado, Kan., a week ago. They drove to Topeka after the meeting and visited with Earl's sister, Mary Mergen, and Cliff and Susan Silsby. They also got aquainted with their new great-grand- son, Soren James, son of Liz and Drew Stratman. Rachel Crouse said she enjoyed the Trick or Treaters that came to visit her on Halloween. KU announces summer graduates The names of more than 930 gradu- ates from the University of Kansas this summer, representing 53 Kansas coun- ties, 44 other states and 25 countries, have been announced by the university's registrar. Among them, Melanie Brown- Hansen, Concordia, master' s degree in social work.; and Cody Gibbens, Beloit, bachelor's degree in architectural en- gineering. Panorama Sunday morning. They seem to enjoy By Fawna Barrett praising the Lord in song. It was a A full moon has blessed the area for blessing to hear them. Nick Butts, son almost a week. One night, the clouds of Gene and June Butts was one of the played Halloween scenes before the singers in the group known as 'Living actual day. A small cloud scooted in Hope. Thatafternoon they sang atthe front of the face of the moon looking Olive Hill Church in northern Jewell exactly like a bat flying there. County. Other clouds arrived as the "bat" Blake and Megan McMillan are left giving the moon a scroungy hairdo. doing some work on their home and Clouds tried to hide the moon, but Mr. have installed new siding. Moon was smarter and peeked through Halloween evening there were sev- the slits in the mass as if melting the eral little trick or treaters around Jewell. barrier with its reflected light. Never All seemed to have a good time. underestimate the power of the moon! In observance of Veterans Day we will not be open I-. TATE D EXCHANGE DANK ~,,/ Mankato. Kansas 66956 mwmmm LENDER • I Saturday, November 7, 2015 • 9:00 a.m. Sale Location: Auction Palace, 3127 US 24 Highway, Bel0it, KS. ANTIQUES - ANTIQUE FURNITURE Oak Marble Top Cabinet w/2 Glass Doors, Mirror Back & 2 Lower Doors Walnut 3 Drawer Buffet Table Walnut Eastlake Full Size Bed w/Box Springs, Mattress, Matching Marbletop Buried 3 Drawer Dresser wEeardrop Pulls Window Love Seat w/White Cloth Upholstery Walnut Secretary Drop Front Desk Walnut 9 ft. Dining Table w/Full Mirror Top, 8 Cane Seat Chairs Walnut Wine Velour Side Chair Pie Cabinet Wine Velour Cushion Arm Rocker Walnut Rocker w/re~;beige Cushions Walnut 8 Drawer Chest of Drawers Walnut 3 Drawer Commode Walnut Parlor Table Walnut Arm Chair Walnut Gold Gilded Chess Table w/Chessmen Inlaid Bar Walnut Drop Leaf Gate Leg Table Walnut Sofa Table Marble Top Parlor Table Walnut Hall Table Small Cane Seat Chair Set of Small Stack Tables Traditional Dining Table w/Leal, 6 Chairs Traditional Serving Buffet w/Drop Leaf Traditional Queen Size Bedroom Suite w/Bed, Arrooire, 7 Drawer Chest 2 Night Stands, Box Springs, Mattress Traditional Twin Bed Bedroom Suite w/ Dresser, Night Stands, Box Spnngs, Ma~resses 6 Windsor Chairs Brunswick 8' Slate Top Snooker Table, 80 Years Old GLASSWARE Flow Blue pcs: Romantic Pitcher & Bowl, Plar~ter, 2 Sleepy Eye Pitchers, Cracker Jar, Creamer, Teapot w/2 Cups, 3 Dark Blue Plates. 8 Sugar & Creamers, 9 Soup Bowls. 26 Various Other Pieces Royal Doulton HP Bowl German HP Bowl Pembroke Ansley Pattern China Pl:ie 6 Ruby Red Pickle Jars 2 Ruby Red Castor Sets 9 pcs. of Red Glassware 2 Ruby Vinegar Cruets 2 German Mugs Carnival Toothpick Holder 12 Place Set of Wl~ite Cl~ina Glassware Asst. of White China Glassware Bermuda Images Front Street Plate 7 Green Martini Glasses 8 Wine Glasses 6 Liquor Glasses Red Satin Floral Cracker Jar Red Glass Candle Holders Pattern Glass Gold Tnmmed Sherbets Vaseliae Glass Lamp Leaded Glass Desk Lamp German Mustache Cup Red & White Cologne Bottle 3 pcs. Carnival Glass Red, Clear Butter Disl} Silver Chafing Dish Fluted Wine Colored Bowl Ruby, Clear Pitcher Etched Wine Decanter PRIMITIVES Copper Boiler Kraut Cutter Sewing Machine Oil Can 2 Red Fairy Lamps Gold Framed Oval Mirror 2 Gold Table Lamps 2 Gold Wall Sconces Gold Framed Folding Mirror Gold Framed Wall Mirror World & USA Maps 6 Indian Pdnts 2 Silver Ice Buckets 2 Silver Chandelier Candle Holders 4 Silver Candle Holders 2 Brass, Red Glass Candle Holders Walnut Plate Rack 2 Wood Duck Decoys Ornate Floor Lamp Leather Hat Box Ingraham Mantel Clock Walnut Mantel Clock Oil Lamp w/Reflector Fox Hunting Pictures Cane Holder w/5 Canes Painting Prospector & Horse By Delsi Man Riding Bull Statue Brass Handle Ashtray Marble Mantel Clock Manteli Eagle Butcher Block Table 3 Blue Crock Bowls White/Blue Crock Bowls Brown, Green Crock Bowls 2 Brown White Crock Pitchers Crock Bowl Fox Hunting Cap 4 Shelf Metal Shelf w/Glass Shelves 5 ft. Wide, 6 ft. Tall Standard Wood Butter Churn Copper Urn Small Globe Brass Basket w/handle Wood Hamper Box iron Match Box Holder HOUSEHOLD Canover Beige Floral 3 Cushion Couch Flex Steel Brown Cloth Lift Chair. Like New Gold Stdpe Swivel Rocker w/Matching Chair Beige, Green Over Stuffed Chairs Martinville 2 Section Sectional Couch 2 Pink Overstuffed Chairs White, Beige Striped Coucl], Matching Love Seat Small Electdc Appliances Pictures, Prints 2 Drawer Table w/footstool Commode Cabinet 2 Drawer Corner Stand Table Drop Leaf Stand Table ,, Octagon Stand Table Wine Bottle Opener & Filter Walnut Wall Mirror Walnut Bedside Chair Floor & Table Lamps 7 Partial Bolts ot Drapery Fabric DVD 5 Disc Changer 8 Point Deer Mount Several Overstuffed Chairs Glass Top Coffee Table w/Matching End Tables RCA Microwave Wood TV Trays Auctioneer's Note: This is a lifetime collection. All items are in excellent condition. These And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention Terms: Cash - Nothing removed until settled for - Not responsible for accidents - Lunch Stand Sale conducted by: Gerald Zimmer Auction Estate AUCTIONEERS: Gerald Zimmer & Curt Christians Beloit, KS 67420 -- (785) 738-2010 (OFFICE) -. (785) 738-2133 (RESIDENCE) (785) 738-8677 (Cell) • • (785) 738-5800 (Auction Palace) • • 1-800.577.7336 Ernail us at gzare@nckcn.com.Web: www.zauction-palace.com www.facebook.com/zimmerauctionpalace L-..--_...--. ; .............