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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, December 30, 2010 )n his 4-H News i Southeast Coyotes Southeast Coyotes met Sunday, Dec. 19 for 4-H Sunday. During the service, the 4-H members read Christ- mas verses out of the Bible. Chelsey Greene played the piano for the con- gregation. Zach Spiegel, Ryan Spiegel, and Austin Baird played Christmas solos and duets on their instruments. Brooke Vetter played a song on her violin. After the service, a few members went to Jewell County Long Term Care in Mankato. Zach, Ryan, and Austin played their instruments and Janelle Greene played the piano while members sang Christmas carols. Later the club met at Bob's Inn for lunch, business meeting, and a gift exchange. Next meeting will be Ja 9. in Burr Oak By Glennys Barnes Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace among those whom He favors," was the call to worship at the United Methodist Church. Happy Birthday was sang to Alice Belden whose birthday was Christmas day and to her granddaughter, Emily, who turned 13 the next day, Sunday. Happy anniversary was extended to LaVon and Judy Ost. There were many joys and concerns voiced and prayers fol- lowed. Pastor Dan Dempsey's mes- sage was titled "The Day after Christ- mas." The closing hymn was "Angels We Have Heard on High." Fellowship time followed. Erin Hoffmeyer, Lincoln, Neb., who is recuperating from foot surgery, staved from Thursday through Men- d@ with her mother, Robin, and Keith Barry. Chirstmas eve supper guests of Doug and Wanda Frasier were Josh and Amanda Frasier, Salina, Caleb and Lauren Frasier. Lawrence, Kan., Jason Frasier, Topeka, Elsie Carper, Leba- non, and Richard Frasier. A soup and sandwich supper was held and gift exchange after which they played cards and board games. Darin, Amanda, Lilly and Kayla Barnes, D'avid, Steffen and Corie Barnes, all of Red Cloud, and Danny Barnes were Christmas eve guests of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Michael, Emily and Rayme Belden, Chapman, Chris Belden, Delphos, and Jeff Belden, Red Cloud, were week- end guests of Dave and Alice Belden. Emily and Rayme will be staying the week with their grandparents. Gary, Penny, Aaron and Ruth Turner were Christmas day guests of Richard, Amy, Robert and Courtney Cox, Courtland. Guests of Cheryl Hillman on Christ- mas morning for breakfast were Sheili and Courtney Kuhlmann, Shane and Kristi Hillman, and Taylor Moseley, all of Mankato, Daisy Volker and Tuff O'Conner, Aurora, Kan., Dustin Ault, Esbon Ruth Oliver, Ranae Jacobs, Cody, Renita, Mattie and Isabella Volker and Weston Wagner. Christmas day guests ofNate, Tessa, Mason and Max McMains were Terri Core, Superior, Chip McMains. Hebron. Mr. And Mrs. Kevin Noble, Belleville, Tessa's brother, Brad, Hastings, Larry and Shirley McMains. Lisa Hornbussel, Tyler Cummings and Amanda Hajny were unable to attend because Tyler had the flu. Mark Wolford, Phoenix, Ariz., Tyler and Jen Wolford, Jacksonville, Ala., Jason and Kristen Hefts and boys, Omaha, Ken, Nancy and Amanda Hefts, Hebron. Rodney and Barb Howard were Christmas weekend guests of Minnie Wolford, Hebron. They also celebrated an Coordsen fam- ily Christmas with a host of relatives. Devin, Holli, Sam and Zach Wil- son, Lenexa, were Christmas overnight guests of Walt and Peggy Wilson. Sun- day, Melanie, Lannin, Chandler and Taran Zoltenko and Beulah Wilson, Superior, joined them for dinner at the Walt Wilson home. The Devin Wilson family .remained at the home of Walt and Peggy until Tuesday when they went to the home of Devin's other, Cheryl, and Doug Warren, at Formoso. Eddie Tucker, Phillipsburg, was host for his family' s Christmas dinner. Attending were Tom and Geneva Tucker, Lawrence, Kan., Carolyn and Ed Adams and Chailyn Cummings, Wellsville, John and Sue Tucker. Carolyn and Chailyn returned home with John and "Sue for a few days before returning to their home on Tues- day. Penny, Gary and Aaron Turner were in charge of the fifth Advent service on Sunday morning at the Christian Church. Richard Cox's message was entitled After Christmas Blues. His selected scripture was Matthew 2:13 to 23. He talked about how after Christ- mas we sometimes feel a let down because all the anticipation leading up to that special day is now gone. He then talked about what happened with Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus following tlie first Christmas day. In a dream Joseph was told to flee to Egypt because Herod was going to have all baby boys, ages two and under, killed. Joseph was sen- sitive to God's will and he was obedi- ent to God's call. Leaving everything behind, they fled to Egypt. Christians are not exempt from trouble. The saf- An unidentified girl takes a break from giving a sheep a bath by soaking Sam Montague (front) and Shakiya Bauer (right) at the Jewell County Fair. est place for all of us to be is wherever God leads us. We need to try to stay in the center of God's will. God is in charge. Robin and Keith Barry hosted the Barry Christmas celebration on Sun- day with Blake, Melissa, Cailyn and Cayce Barry, Superior, Phil, Sara, Tarissa and Dean Barry, Udall, and Erin Hoffmeyer, Lincoln, Neb. Tile Burr Oak city officials are thankful for everyone who has do- nated their time, money and supplies to the community center this year. The building has become a popular meet- ing place for many different family gatherings, funeral dinners, annwer- sary celebrations and the like. Ionia Leon and Karen Boden hosted the Boden Christmas gathering last Sun- day at the Jewell Community Center. Christmas Day, Leon and Karen Boden went to Lawrence, Kan., to visit at the home of Shane and Jen Boden. Sami, Haley and Nick. Others guests of Shane and Jen Boden on Christmas Day were Jason Boden. Lenexa. Harvey and Roxie Ruder, Hays, and Curt Ruder. Topeka. Scott and Rachel B eden and family went to Yuma, Ariz.. to spend Christmas with Rachel's par- ents, the Rev. Ernie and Jo Larsen. Beverly McKeown, Wichita, came for Christmas Day with her parents, Bud and Jean Boden. Leon and Karen Boden. Nick and Phyllis Boden were visitors Sunday at the Bud and Jean Boden home. Gloria Schlaefli played the piano at the memorial service for Stanley Johnson. held Dec. 14. at the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. Christmas Day guests of Daryl and Becky Cockroft, Jewell. were Brian and Deb Cockroft. Darwin Cockroft and Lorine Cockroft, Beloit. The Brad Cockroft family Was not able to attend because of illness. Dec. 18. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were guests at the home of Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City, for a pre- Christmas celebration. Also attending were Robin Jehorek. Madison and Maggie. Holstein, Dustin. Megan, Colton and Stevie Marie May, Supe- Easter Egg Hunt held at Mankato, Jewell County Courthouse lawn, Saturday, sponsored by the businesses of Mankato. Here Irene Frasier and l daughter, Nicole Frasier, Mankato, helps their grandson and nephew, Traeton Beam hunt for eggs. rior, Darin, Chrystal and Dariyn Carman, Salina, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Burr Oak, Gayla Boyles and David Kountz, Hastings, and two friends of Madison Jehorek. The De- cember birthdays of Stevie, Megan, Madison, and Chrystal were also ob- served. Dick andGloria Schlaefli took lunch to the home of her parents, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, Burr Oak, Christ- mas Day, and spent some of the after- noon t'here. The Schlaefli s then went on to visit at the home of Garold and Barb Ohm stede, Guide Rock. Other guests at the Ohmstede home that af- ternoon were Ed and Sherri Beam, Gary and Vickie Greving. At 7:30 Friday, New Year's Eve, there will be a "family game night" at the Ionia United Methodist Church Annex, arid all areinvited to attend and bring a "finger food." Sunday was the llast Sunday for Pastor Tessa Zehing to serve the Ionia United Methodist Church as pastor. She will now be serving the United Methodist Church in Conc0rdia. Her family moved from the parsonage In Mankato to Concordia two weeks ago. Pastor Tessa, her husband, Jerod, and young son, Grayson, will be missed as they have served Ionia for two and a half years. The new pastor for the churChes of the Jewell County United Methodist Church Parish, including the church in Ionia, and will begin serving in February. During the month of January, lay speakers and the dis- trict superintendent Will be serving the church in Ionia. Sunday the district superintendent will be in charge of the service here. Clarabelle Hajny served as the church pianist at Sunday's service in the absence of Ann Col son. The Ionia United Methodist Church held a Christ- mas program "The Ionia Christmas Round-Up" Sunday, Dec, 19, with GtoriaSchlaefliandRitaRoseincharge of the program. The program .was held following a community soup supper. Taking part in the program were Rita as the emcee, Gloria as Montana Millie, Sami Loomis playing her oboe Jenna Loomis glying apiano solo. Zane Colson and Michaela Simmelink each singing a solo. Gloria and Beverly Frost singing a duet, the Brad and Karen Cockrofl children signing, and pre- senting a reading and scripture were Chance Colson and Elaine Cockroft. There was also group singing. Pastor Tessa closed th program with prayer. All then went into the annex and Santa made his annual visit and passed out treat sacks for all. A birthday cake was served in honor of Jesus' birthday. Darin, Chrystal and Dariyn Garman. Salina, were Saturday evening and Sunday, Dec. 18 and 19 guests of Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. Sunday Dick and Gloria Schlaefli met Tony, Susan, and Reata Elting, Deshler, at a cafe in Scandia for sup- per. Reata came home with the Sehlffegt stay  *Ottays during her school's Christmas break. Dick took Reata ice skating. Jenna Loomi s came to visit Monday afternoon with Reata. A Christmas Eve service was held at the Ionia church with Pastor Tessa Conducting the service. Her message was about the bells of Christmas. A candlelight service concluded the event. Rod and Rita Rose were supper guests of Dick and Gloria Schlaefli following the Christmas Eve church service. The Ionia community received a much anticipated Christmas gift. the opening of the two newly constructed bridges south Of Ionia, on Highway 128. The construction began last spring Taneile Peroutek, Skylar Alexander, Cheyenne Nelson, Haley Kussman and Emily Cox wait to talk to the judge during te junior sheep showmanship competition at the Jewell County Fair. 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Highway 128 travelers are thankful the highway is now open all the way from Highway 36 to Highway 24. Bill Foster, Ionia. was in charge of the construction project. A new addition to the Ionia com- munity is a recently erected Nex-Tech commumcatlon tower just northwest of Ionia. This will allow this company to offer cell phone service to this area.. Several other such towers have been recently constructed by this same com- pany. Places in the county include both north and south, of Burr Oak and. near Randall. About two years ago Nex- Tech/Rural Telephone placed fiber optic lines in this area, on up through Burr Oak. Esbon and Webber. Bruce Fedde was a Dec. 13 guest of his parents. Roger and Arrilla Fedde. While here he did some farrier work for local customers. Terry and Cynthia Wunderte stayed a week with Cynthia's parents, Roger and Arrilla Fedde. They ate a pre- Christmas dinner Friday at the Feddes and then went to Clifton to attend the Wunderle family Christmas. Neighbors that visited at the Fedde home recently were Harold and Neva the Shoemaker farm to be with family Christmas weekend. Leon Ault spent Christmas in Over- land Park with his friend. Jerri, her son, and other friends. Leon and Karla Wagner, Chase and Gerit, were Christmas Eve afternoon and evening guests at the home of Karla's parents. Ivan and Leta Frost, Esbon, along with Karla's brother, Wayne. and family, Esbon, and her sister. Brenda, and family, Sutton. The Wagners were Christmas Day guests of Leon's parents and sister, Marvin al(! Pare Wagner and Judy, Mankato. _ RbdR'bse served las lay speaker at the Sunday worship services at the Jewell Christian Church and at the Randall Community Church. RitaRose accompanied Rod to both services. Rod's mother and sister Jean Rose, Beloit, and Tammy Lee, Culver, at- tendedthe service at the Jewell church. Rod. Rita, Jean and Tammy ate Sun- day lunch together at a cafe in Beloit and then went to the home of Bob and Jean Rose to visit. Christmas Day, Rod and Rita Rose were dinner guests at the home of Bob and Jean Rose. Beloit. Guests of Danny and Marcy Simmelink were Chad, Jennifer, Shoemaker. Leonand Karen Boden. Harmah and Bethany Simmelink, and and Derek Ault. Leslie Fedde w--as inarried in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. to Paul Czerwonka on Saturday, Nov. 27. Leslie"s parents, Roger and Arrilla Fedde, attended the wedding. Christmas Eve supper guests of Harold and Neva Shoemaker were Judy Weber, Beloit, Pat and Sue Shea, Brad Engelbert and friend Hannah, Lawrence. Kan., Vanessa Engelbert, Lenexa, and Curt Shoemaker. Before the supper. Harold Neva, Pat, Sue, and Vanessa attended the Christmas Eve Service at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Christmas Day, Pat, Sue. Vanessa, Brad, Hannah. and Curt spent the day with Harold and Neva Shoe- maker and held a morning gift ex- change followed by a Christmas din- ner. The weekend before Christmas, Curt Shoemaker, and Harold and Neva Shoemaker drove to Pryor, Okla,, to the home of Daniel and Danelle, Noah and Lauren Perry. They celebrated Lauren's first birthday on Saturday afternoon with family and friends. That evening after,having a pre-Christmas supper, they held a gift exchange. Daniel and Danelle were both on call over Christmas. and could not come to Kurt, Kelli and Brady Childs. They all went to Mary Fiene's home on Sun- day. Steve and Annete Roth, their daugh- ters and a friend came from Milford, Neb., and stayed Friday through Sun- day with Coke and Wanetta Wright. Joining them on Christmas Day were Chad and Pam Carter, and Molly Suter, Cawker City. Report crimes without fear of ret CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-422-1494 Payne Bobcat Works Pasture tree clearing l Post hole dril,ing General dirt or lot work Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 , Brent Beck, 785-545-5427, Statewide Career Fair Visit over 80 employers and find a great career. 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