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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 3, 2014 Four Ways from Northbranch By Erma Dillon Packing and moving have been the order of the days this past week at the parsonage as Pastor Ken and Lila Smith, after 12 years at Northbranch, prepare to move to Iowa. Thursday, using help from Tom Shute, his hired men, pickup and large trailer, Ken and Lila took their main load to their new location, 'returning home on Friday. Pastor Little of Formoso and Lonnie Arrants also loaned a pickup and a trailer. All these gestures have been much appreciated. Caleb and Lauren Frasier, Jayden and Jaxson of Wichita stayed the week- end with Lauren's parents, Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi. They came to attend Caleb's grandmother, Elsie Carper's, memorial service on Satur- day. Scott Jeffery of Lawrence, Kan., arrived Sunday evening on his motor- cycle at the home of his parents, Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi. He came to help with the family's wheat har- vest. Sam and Alyce Gillett have been busy making the rounds to different ball fields to watch grandchildren play ball. They were in Mankato to watch Jerrod Gillett play. They went to Smith Center to watch Luke and Ross Hutson play for the Downs team. On Monday they traveled to Bennington to watch Logan and Addyson Gillett play. The Gilletts' three sons were the coaches for the teams in each game. Local boys Brady Jeffrey and Dereck Gillett played together on a MAYB basketball team coached by MaR Hesting. They played three tour- ionia Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing message at the Ionia United Meth- odist. Bob and Berta Burda were the greeters and ushers. Michaela Simmelink lit the altar candles. The message was titled "Just A Cup Of Water. Scripture references read were Matthew 10:40-42 and Romans 6:12- 23. Ann Colson was the pianist. It was announced that Jeremy Simmelink would be coming home today. Jeremy has been in the hospital in Omaha for a week undergoing treatment following a vehicle accident. Earlier Sunday morning Rod had brought the message at the Esbon United Methodist Church. Sunday afternoon Rod and Rita Rose visited Connie Smith who is a patient at the Mitchell County Hospi- tal, Beloit. They also visited Bob Rose at the Hilltop Lodge. Frank Diemart visited Cecil Hillman at the Mitchell County Hospi- tal Long Term Care. He reported Cecil was feeling well, Saturday night Rod and Rita Rose attended a birthday party honoring Kaleb Griffeth on his first birthday at the home of his parents, Kelly and Teresa Griffeth, and brother, Wadyn. After having several days of rain, showers and cooler temperatures, some farmers were testing the wheat Mon- day afternoon in hope the harvest can continue this week. Saturday a birthday party was held honoring Brady Childs on this fourth birthday. The party was held at the Child's home near Belleville. Those attending besides Brady were Brady's parents, Kurt and Kelli, and brother, Collin, Danny and Marcie Simmelink, Betty Voboril, Mary Fiene, Barry and Susan Childs, Richard Chiids, Chad, Jennifer, Hannah, Bethany and Luke Simmelink. Anne and Maryssa Schlaefli, North Platte, were here for two days with their dad, Bill Schlaefli while he was helping at the Schlaefli farm. The girls also visited with their grandparents, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. Bill took them back to their home last Wednes- day .and then returned to his home in Oregon. Collin Rose, Beloit, is staying a few days with his grandparents, Rod and Rita Rose. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli went to Grand Island Saturday and to visit Vir- ginia Johnson. On the way home, they visited Garold and Barbara Ohmstede at their Guide Rock home. Neva Shoemaker and Leta Frost attended a horse show in Mankato, Sunday, at the 4-H arena. Neva said she and Leta visited and watched the youths and their horses perform. Mon- day morning, Neva visited at Ivan and Leta Frost's farm near Esbon, where she observed Leon Ault taking pic- tures of Leta and her mare, Rosie, and also Leta's miniature donkey. naments. The first two were against much more experienced teams from bigger schools. They placed second in the Hays tournament. Also on the team was Jordan Wherry, Jacob Speigel, Scan Nobi, Gunner Johanek and four boys from Smith Center, including Kobi Benoit. Saturday Sam and Alyce again trav- eled to Bennington. This time they went to help Addyson Gillett celebrate her fifth birthday with a natty hoct,,a by her parents, David and Autumn, and brothers, Logan and Easton. All her Kansas cousins were there to help her celebrate. All the children and some of the adults swam. The theme of the party was "Frozen." Dave and Regi Weiland of Oakley came Saturday to do some yard and other outside work, cleaning up tree branches, etc., at the home north of Northbranch where Earl and Lonnie Buckley used to live. Regan Jeffery has returned from a trip to California and reports having a great time as well as seeing some of the amazing beauty California has to of- fer. Sunday was a big day at Northbranch Friends, it being the last day Pastor Ken and Lila Smith will be among us. They leave Monday with their final load of belongings and will be making their home in Milo, Iowa, close to Ken' s mother and other family members. We wish them well as they look forward to a slower lifestyle. The Sunday morning worship ser- vice was opened with Pastor Ken Smith giving announcements, the call to wor- ship and opening prayer. Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery, Liz Jeffery and Lila Smith. Herb Jeffery, Brad Jeffery and Tim Warner served as ushers. Liz' s offertory was a piano arrangement of "Great is the Lord." Wanda Warner, in behalf of the church, presented fare- well gifts to Ken and Lila. Valencia Willitts carried the praise microphone, This was followed by noting special prayer requests with time given to spe- cial prayers. Lila Smith and Erma Dillon, accompanied by Rosetta Jeffery, sang "Until Then" as a duet for the special. A portion of Joshua 5 was Pastor Ken's text for his message, "Fi- nally Home." The thrust of the sermon was to look forward to our Heavenly Home. In this scripture the Israelites were once again able to celebrate the Passover, which they had not been able to do for 40 years, having been held in the wilderness. In order to walk with God, the Israelites had certain things to do. We, too, have guidelines to enable us to walk with God. Each day that God gives us we must work to always be in His presence, where we can say, "There's no place like home." Steve and Susan Jarlda, Caleb and Lauren Frasier, Jayden and Jaxson were visi- tors in the service. Following the Northbranch wor- ship service a carry in dinner was hosted by the congregation. Then in the after- noon the Fellowship Hall was filled with friends, neighbors and well-wish- ers to give Ken and Lila a heartwarm- ing send off to their home in Iowa. Wanda Warner and Keri Hartman served cake, punch, mints and nuts from the reception table. About growing older: Eventually you will reach a point when you stop lying about your age and start bragging about it. The older we get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for. I don't know how I got over the hill without getting to the top. One must wait until evening to see how splendid the day has been. "Character is not made in a crisis - it is only exhibited." Robert Freeman Mission Thrift Shop Mankato, Kan. THE RANDALL BRANCH CLOSED Friday, July 4 We will not be open in observance of Independence Day the This homemade mailbox has curb appeal at the residence of Mitch and Cheryl Woemer, Mankato. The topC6f the mailbox features two horse hames, welded onto a rake wheel. The Hereford calf suspended in the center of the rake wheel was made by Mitch when he.Wa_s in the eigth grade in school from a 4x6 inch picture. There are two iron legs on the bottom to help stabilize the whole apparatus. The mailbox was made by Larry Woerner, Superior. Burr Oaksy Glennys Barnes Lt='=),""4 Beloit Esbon Burr Oak, Jewell Smith Center ----k,! 27.14 Lola Wilson returned to her home Thursday after a week with her sisters, Wanda Louder, Shirley Spinks and Carolyn Montgomery, and Carolyn's great-granddaughter, Halley Peterson. They stayed at the home of James Antonio, Shirley's husband. While there, Shirley's son, Johnny, came to visit and brought breakfast to all. The sisters went sightseeing, visited and caught up on family activities. Lisa Hornbussel took her son, Tyler Cummings, to Omaha Thursday. He left for California Friday morning to visit relatives for two weeks. Lisa stayed with her Uncle Chip's daugh- ter, Shelly, and family and visited until Saturday. Marcia Pounds and Lindsey and Stella Montgomery came Saturday to help Robert and Lola Wilson celebrate their birthdays. They brought a bonnti- ful lunch, birthday cake and ice cream. Stella had a blast exploring the farm and riding on the various farm ve- hicles. Paul Wilson was an afternoon visitor. Pat and Dave Anderson spent the weekend in Leoti visiting friends. The farmers in that area were having the same problem farmers around this area were having as rain had delayed their harvest. Cliff and Glenny Barnes and Bob Hines went to Clay Center, Kan., Sat- urday evening to watch the Jayhusker races. En route they stopped in Beloit for supper. Kyle Ord, the Barnes' grandson from rural Guide Rock, par- ticipated in the races at Clay Center in the 600 Outlaw division. Kyle was able to finish both heat races and the feature race for the first time this sea- son. In the heat races, he finished fourth and first. In the feature race, Kyle fin- ished in second place. Even with the problems Kyle has had with broken parts and accidents on the track, he is still standing in sixth place in the points for the current season. A friend and sponsor of Kyle's, Curtis Spicer, Marysville, drove the other Ord Rac- ing Team racecar Saturday night in the non-wing 600 Division. Curtis finished second in the feature in that division. The next Jayhusker races will be July 12 and 13 at the Jefferson County Speedway at Fairbury. Brynlee Manning sat and listened attentively during the Children's Church part of Sunday morning ser- vice at the Christian Church as Richard Cox talked about asking for directions from Jesus in our lives. Richard's mes- sage for the adults was entitled "Abraham: A Faith Filled Hero." His selected scripture reading was Genesis 22-1-14. This portion of scripture tells about Abraham following God's com- mand to take Isaac into the wilderness to become a sacrifice. We know from reading this portion of scripture that God, because of Abraham' s obedience, did not have him sacrifice Isaac, but provided a ram for that purpose. Abraham's faith is credited to him as righteousness. Like the Marine Corps motto, God is looking for a few good men and women to have faith and to obey. Without faith it is impossible to come to God. God calls his people to live by faith which is life changing. God is trustworthy; He will take care of the things that we give over to Him. It is easy to say that we believe, but sometimes it is hard to prove it. Abraham is the role model for faith. We all have choices to make when it comes to faith and our faith will be tested. God looking for a faith that influences those choices in our life. Following the service, Rosie Campbell provided cookies, cake,juice and coffee to celebrate the June birth- days. Steffen Barnes, rural Guide Rock, Corie Barnes and Austin Manchanthasouk, Red Cloud, joined Cliff and Glenny Bames for lunch at a Red Cloud restaurant Sunday. Walt and Peggy Wilson and Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Superior Sunday afternoon and visited with Beulah Wilson and Alberta Gutscher at the Good Samaritan home. Later they stopped by fireworks stands to purchase the fireworks for the 4th of July celebration sponsored by the Burr Oak Community Club. Stopping for an ice cream treat finished off the after- noon for the couples before returning to Burr Oak. Judy Miller, Renita, Mattie and Bella Volker visited in the home of Kristi Hillman Sunday evening in Ionia while Shane Hillman and Cody Volker went fishing. Renita, Mattie and Bella Volker took Judy Miller to Salina Monday for her treatment. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Blue Hill, Monday evening to watch Celebrate Independence Day with Fun and Safety We will be closed Friday, July 4 of The Jamestown State Bank and Saturday, July 5 IDlE RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 -REOPEN- 2,,, Friday, July 11 1 -4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12 27.14 9 a.m. - Noon Friday, July 4 We will be closed Friday, July 4 and Saturday, July 12 Mankato Pharmacy We will be closed Friday, July 4 BOB'$ INN 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 great-granddaughters, Paisley and Olivia Ord, participate with the Red Cloud 7-9 year olds in the end of sea- son softball tournament. Red Cloud started off the evening playing against a team from Blue Hill and won that game. Next they played the Kenesaw team and came away with a loss. Their final game of the night was against the Franklin team and again the Red Cloud girls won. Tournament play continued Tuesday night. There will be a Burr Oak Commu- nity Club meeting tonight (Thursday) at the community center. The main topic of discussion will be to finalize plans for the 4th of July celebration Friday evening. That celebration will begin at 7 p.m. with a supper of hot dogs, chips, drinks, homemade ice cream and cookies. Ed Bridwell, Gaylord, and Jenny Landreth, rural Burr Oak, will be entertaining during the early part of the evening sharing their musical talents. At 8, families who wish to share their fireworks will be allowed to do so on the basketball court at the east side of the playground. The community club sponsored fire- works will take place at dusk. Those who come for the celebration are en- couraged to bring their lawn chairs and maybe some bug spray. In checking with Jackie Duffy, manager at the local elevator, it was !eamed that wheat is beginning to come in. Test weights so far have been be- tween 59 and 61 and moisture content has been showing 12 percent to 15 percent. The recent rains have slowed down the harvest and have allowed weeds to begin showing up in some fields. "It is more blessed to give than to receive." Acts 20:35 "A really plain woman is one who, however beautiful, neglects to charm." 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 27.14 T !! jeweu By Roberta Holdren Last Tuesday, the family Shirley Simmelink had a suprise birthday party for her south of Jewell. Several of her friends and relatives showed, up to suprise. Shirley's comment was that her family was "pretty sneaky" to suprise her with a party. On Thursday, the Red Hot Jewells of the Red Hat Society were enter- tained by the women from Glen Elder. Valerie Winkle, Wanda King, Linda McGuire and Kay Thompson belong to the group. Thirteen members met at a Beloit eatery, then went to Glen El- der for a tour of three flower gardens and a vegetable garden. After the gar- den tours they were invid to the coun- try home of Valerie Winkle where they were served snacks in her garden. It was agreed by all that' it had been an interesting day.The July meeting will be headed by Elva Folsom and Thelma Shelton. Dave Eberhart of Salina was a Jewell visitor this week. Each year the Holland custom har- vest crew comes to Jewell. This year, becaus of the rain, the crew is enjoy- ing Jewell. This reporter visited with some of the crew at the local coffee shop and found they are from several countries, including Norway, Ireland, Switzerland, England and Austria. When asked what they thought of America their answer was "We like it." One of them was a farmer from Austria and said when he got home in Decem- ber he would get on his combine and harvest his wheat. Another young man from Ireland said he was a registered cabinet maker. Word was received of the death of Nel Burnham in Beloit. Nel and.Joe were formerly of Jewell prior to mov- ing to Beloit. Services are pending at the time of this writing. Saturday evening Dan Daniels was surprised when friends and relatives began to appear at Maag Park. He then found out his wife, Gaye, had planned and carried out a suprise party for his 50th birthday. Reed and Marilyn Griest were vis- ited by Reed's daughter, Rick and Tummy Shaw from Seldon, and his great-grandchildren Atleg and Strykei" Shaw of Colby over the weekend. Rhonda Gasper returned to her home in Tennessee after some time with her mother, Twila Means. Rain this week again delayed the wheat harvest. Location: Auction Palace, 3127 US 24 Highway, Beloit, KS. 7 SADDLES & WESTERN EQUIPMENT sell at 11 :oo AM Hereford Saddle w/Padded Seat, Leather Stirrups, 15 in, like new Simco Saddle w/Padded seat, Leather Stirrups, 14 in. 4 Saddles w/Padded Seat, Leather Stirrups Coad Ornate Carved Saddle with Leather Seat, Tapaderos Army Bridle, with US Rosettes Pair of Army Spurs, leather covered matching serial numbers belonged to Joe Gansel Barstow Lariat Rope Large assortment of Bridles, Halters, and Bridle Bits ALL SADDLES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION Large Long Horn Steer Head Mount with 6 ft. Spread 2 Deer Mounts 2 Deer Racks Padded Surcingle 2 Pr. Size 11 Cowboy Boots 4 New Cowboy Hats (2 Stetsons) Hoof Trimmers Tanned Steer Hide Large Assortment of Horse Tack FISHING EQUIPMENT 23 Wood Fishing Lures Penn, Super Zebra, Shakespeare, Mitchell, FSD #22 Reels Sea king Boat Motor Fishing Rods H&H TRAILER, CAR, LAWN MOWER, SNOWBLOWER sells at 1:OO PM 2005 H&H TRAILER Enclosed 8x22 Trailer with Air conditioning, sink, bath with shower, Twin bunk beds, back half open with fold up benches, vinyl checkered floor, excellent condition 1999 Cadillac DeVille White, 4 door, white, Leather Seats, New Engine, 140,000 total miles 2005 John Deere X475 23HP Riding Mower w/Kawasaki Engine and Hydrostat, Quick Front disconnect, Power Steering, like new, excellent condition John Deere 924 BE Snow Blower Used very little, like new ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Pink depression Bowl Cut Glass Bowl Jadite bowl Beloit, KS Horseless Carriage Club Bowl Lantern Chopper Good Morning Oval Picture Photo Album Stoneware Dishes Salina, KS Anvil Large Collection of Jewelry . 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Drill Fence stretcher 12 Volt Fencer Pet Carrier Drill Bits Painted Stair Case w/bannister 8 Hobo Figurines DT Systems Electric Dog Collar Bar Table w/4 Chairs Collection of Quilts SIGNS & PICTURES Resistol Lighted Sign Wrangler Lighted Sign Wrangler Mirror Lighted Sign Lifesize Wilt Rogers Picture James Stewart Life Size Picture Asst. of Western Pictures Budweiser Spuds McKenzie Tin Sign Budweiser Tin Sign 2 Horse Pictures 2 Horse Statues Fox Hunting Picture Frances Tipton Hunter Picture 2 Antique Bufford Oil Baby Pictures Tin Ambrosia Sign Concordia Railroad Sign Jim Nelson Painting of Doyle Myers Pulling Team COINS sell at 9:00 AM 114 Lots of Coins 62 Silver Dollars Large Cents Flying Eagle Cents 2 and 3 Cents Half Dimes Collection of Lincoln Pennies Steel Cents 3 Cent Nickles Dimes Mint & Proof Sets Bronze Big Game Medallions Canadian & Mexican Coins These and many other items too numerous to mention. 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