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Area News Club met Nov. 19 the other Thanks- Goldle 3rlmes, Helen Oelk- and Charles Jacobson, Icel and LaV- Ann Keeler, Erma and Ed and Tom West. club met in the regular meet~g. The will be Dec. 11with a 1 luncheom A gh'1 exchange r officers will be held. Brlggs. Republic, and Jim , CA, were Saturday rvis- Marvin Nelson on Sunday. i Kinsey, Nashville, "IN arrived I visit her sisters, Grace and Ann Keeler and other and friends. United Methodist Church heldTues- Nov.7, and as usual, was Van Smith purchased the , fund-raiser for the church and is a vital and important part of the communRy.The building has recently been resided and insu- lated. Memorial ~ have been used to install new doors to divide part of the Parish Hall. Relatives received word of the death ofAverill Fullerton, 7 I, Norton, from a tragic farm accident. He has several cousins locally and always attended the annual Fullerton reunion. Leta Silsby, Belleville. and her sister, ERa Kennedy, Cheyenne, WY were guests of their cousin, Ice[ Haegert Thursday afternoon, Nov. 12. M/M Walt Holdren entertaLned their bridge club Saturday. Margaret Balch, Concordla, spent th~ weekend with her mother, Agnes Balch. Eric Folsom, Belolt, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his grandpar- ents, M/M Edwin HoldrerL Weather continues damp and dreary and mflo harvest is stalled. The reports do not sound too promising forThanks- giving week, but have a happy one and count the blessings. JeweH County Directory ..... 10.~0 mn II:00 am First Sunday United 10:15 am 9:15 am Fkmt Sunday ~ted Uethod~t 10:30 am 9:30 am Eve~ Sunday Omited Frances Rathbun 9:45 am 10:45 am First Sunday of Mankato Kcndai Utt ~hool 9:45 am 11:00 mn 8.'O0 pm - First Sunday United Chinch Mark Moore ~hool 9:15 am 10:30 am First Sunday Lohrmeyer 8:00 am Lohrmeyer I0:~ am weekends 7:00 pm & 5th weekends ofss} 9:30 am I0".~ am 725- m lsL 3axi Sat. at 7 & 4th weekends Hill Church I~R. 2 Superior. Nebraska Pastor Lestex Sro'der Sunday School 9:30 am Church ~ 10:30 am Evcm/ng S:rv/ce 7:00 pm Ramlell Community Chinch Worship Service 9:~ am Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Communion First Sunday Union Chapel United ~thodist Church ( 9 miles north of lr~bon} Pastor Frank DeFlsber Jtlme-Aug 9:00 am Sept-May ~, 9:30 am . - Church School Jtmc-Aug 10.~0 am Sept-May 10"~0 am UMW 1st Wednesday 7 p.m. You arc Welcon~d .~..mbl~ d C~I. Jm,*ll Pastor Stephen McKiesman Revlvaltlme KVSV 1190 AM 7:~am Sunday School 9:45 am Worship Service 10:S0 am Wednesday Evening 7 pm Sunday Even/ng 6.'00 pm ~1.~ United Methodist Pastor Herman Lambrecht Church School 9:30 am Worship Service 8"30 am Commun/on First Sunday ~tptist Churoh Ikmtl~ra Baptist Coavestion so. tfaalmto Rev. Carroll Evcrtst Morning Worship 11.00 am Sunday School I0:00 am Communion ........ 1st Sunday 1st Wed. of Month p~" mcting ................. 7:00 p.m. W.M.U ........ to be announced Burr Oak Chrlstlmt Chtweh Pastor George Sills Bible School .......... 9:45 am Mornlz~ Worsh/p 10:45 am (Children's Church Available} C.W.F. 3rd Wed. 2:00 pm "Hls Kids" Puppet8:00 pm etudT Jewel1 Cbrlstbm C~ Pastor Gilbert Forrest S~day Wors~p 9"~0 am Sunday School 10:30 am Monday-Ladies CommunRy Bible Study 3:45 pm Wednesday-Ladles Commu- nity Bibk Study 9.-OO am AWANA Clubs 6:30 pm Thursday (2rid of month} Christian Women's Fellows~&~United 2:00 pm Methodist Church Pastor Billy Manning Morning Worship 9:30 am Church School 10:30 am Manlkato Christian Church Montrose United Pastor Thaddeus J. Hlnklc Methodist Chureh Dena Alvarez. Supt. Pastor Sue Anderson Worship I 1:00 am Worship Serv/ee 9:00 am Bible Class 10:00 am Mankato]~mngeileai Evening Service 7.~0 pm Lutheran Chureh Christ/an Gleaners Pastor Ernic Larsen 2rid Monday 7.'~ pm Worship Service 9:00 am church Sunday School I0:I0 am of tl~ Nuanme l~v. James Thorton Northbranch Friends Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Church WorshtpServlce 10:50a.m. R.R. I BurrOak, Ks66936 Evening Serv~ee 6:30 p.m. Rev. Karl Mart/n Wed. Bible Study 7".30 p.m. Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11 .'~ am Evening Worship 7:00 pm Several Bflde Study. prayer, and share groups met tn homes during the week. For information eall the pastor. Phone 913-647-8841. Jewell Calvary Bible Sunday Womh/p 9"~0 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Sunday even/ng 7:00 p.m Wed. Prayer MeeUngT:OOp.m. Bible Advent.-4 yrs-6th grade Ladies B~e Study - 9:00 a.m. Mcmday-Men's Bible study 7.'OO FmmoN Communit~ Church Pastor Dan Vallier Sunday School 9:00 am Morning Worship 10:00 am Sunday Evca~ng 7:30 pm Prayer Meeting and Bible Study (wed) 7.~o pm i " "n Sponsored by the followz g ~:i::Mankato Business Firms Lumber Co. Jensen Oil & Gas Co. JeweU:County Bank Jewell County Post Mankato Livestock Commission Co. November 25, 1992 Esbon Area News by No, Happy Thanksgiving everyone. The time does slip by. Hope we get some sunshine before then: At thatwe should be thankful as we haven't had what some around us have. They keep wanting early copy so Just have to send in what I have. Phyllis and Gaff Colson hosted a family dinner on Monday honoring his mother, Ruth Colson, on her birthday. Others present were: Veronica and Edgar Marthugh and Hannah Marihugh, Carol and Harry Kindler, Vera Frost and Mabel Marthugh, Jim and Tlsha Colson and Erln. There was a nice attendance at the Open House for Milton and Talma Rogers Sunday afternoon at the Senior Center in Esbon. We enjoyed getting to I for awhile. Leta Silsby and ERa Kennedy vis- Red with Vera Silsby on Sunday after- noon. Meade and Lolita Guthrte of Bowl- ing Green, OH, visited with Thelma Lamb last Monday. They flew to Kan- sas City and rented a car and drove to Esbon visiting the locations they re- membered and also went to Cawker City to the library to deliver geneology data and visit with the librarian, Dorothy Reding and Cecella Kinchloe. Wednesday afternoon coffee and birthday cake was served after 3 p.m. for Gladys Smith's 94th birthdaywhlch was on the 19th. She enjoyed it so much and appreciated her cards, vis- its, phone calls, gifts and well wishes. see several folks we hadn't seen'" Drop in and see us when you can. goand Northbranch Area News by Ruth Gloeer Nine ladles attended the Friends Women meeting at the church Thurs- day mornin~ Lonnie Buckley served poppy seed bread and banana bread, grapes, nuts and mints with coffee at the beglnntng of the meetirtg. The les- son about Chr~Uan workers in Hong Kong and the special prayertlme was in charge of PatsyWarnen The vice-presi- dent, Lonnie Buckley had charge of the business meeting. Next Sunday evening at 7 p.m. the community Thanksgiving Service be held at the Olive Hill Church with Frank DeFisher, pastor of Union Chapel, as guest speaker. On Sunday, Nov. 29, Paul and Le- ona Thornburg, recently retired mis- sionar/es from Africa. will be speaking at the Northbranch Friends Church. The church post-Thanksgiving dinner will be held in the Fellowship Hall following the service. This will be a potluck all-church dinner. Visitors in the Sunday morning service we~ Charles Hanse~ ~nd ~0n- m-law from the Kansas City area, M/M Leon Jeffery of Kent, WA, M/M Scott I Jewell Oounty Health Department December Schedule I. Webber Clinic, VanMeter Station, 9- I I a.m. 2. Oface-Family Planning- Mitchell County Health, 4-6 p.m. 4. Office-Immunizatlons 7. Office-Mtg at 10 a.m. 8. Formoso Clinic. Senior Citizens Center, 9-11 a.n~, Supervisors Meeting at Lindshorg 9. Family Plannlng-Mitchell Co. Health Dept., 4-6 p.m. I0. WIC Clinic I 1. Office-lmmunlzations 14. Office 15. Burr Oak Clinic, Senior Center. 9-11 a.m. 16. St. Citizens Clinic, Mankato, I0-11:30 a.m. 17. WIC pickup day 18. Office-hnmunizations 25, Christmas Holiday 28. Commissioners Meeting a.m. MARy ,Ay FESTIVE! FRAGRANT! FUNI Finchlw pedect holidw 8ih /or each person on your list. Children to 8randparenlsl Free gift-wrapping. Profe~lonal MaW Kay Skin Cam Consultant Jane 6 llh 378-3505 deffery and children, Fort Riley, Kevin and Becky (Jeffery) Phil and daughter from Smolan. The Jeffery families had a family dt/mer at the church Sunday in honor of the Leon Jefferys who are making a two-week visit in the area. Betty Wallace helped at the Brian and Cindy Wallace home at Hastings Wednesday through Friday. The baby, Michael Steven, came home Tuesday after having a few breathing problems and is now doing fine. He was horn Nov. 6th. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery visited Beth Jeffery in the Bryan Memorial Hospital in Lincoln on Thursday. Glad to report that Beth is home now and gaining every day. Jerry Parsons visited his aunt and uncle. Enna and John Dillon, Thurs- day. He was here to attend the funeral for his grandfather. Gale Tegley, in Burr Oak. Charles Hansen and his son-in-law were weekend guests of Mildred Winslow. A large number of pheasant hunters were in the area Saturday and Sunday for the first days of hunting. They had nice Weather both days. Odessa Homemakers Tuesday at 2 p.m. Odessa Home- makers met at the Esbon Care for their monthly meeting. Roll call was telling something we were thankful for. Nola Bess Atwood gave the lesson on putting pictures on sweatshirts and showed how to make pierced earring holders which were quite unique. There were eight members and Heldi Standley and Brandon Standley visi- tors. We prepared our standard of excel- lence. Lucile Frost asked to be released from reporterJob for next years so Doris Hughes was elected to that position. We will meet at Esbon Care for Christ- mas dinner Dec. 8 at 11:45. Each is to remember to bring a $3 gift for a grab bag. We will go to Veronica's after din- ner for the grab bag and to fill out our next year's book. Mission Thrift Shop Mankato CLOSED November 27 Thanks Holiday II