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lid T HE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July [ Four Ways By Erma Dillon N! 18, 201_3 Members of Rolling Hills Electric ball game. The Walkers and Gilletts Co-op will soon be getting, or have attendedtheapartyaftertheballgame. already gotten, a ballot in the mail JeanDavisworkedasajudgeThurs- which will have two questions to be day morning at the county fair quilt .voted on. It is important everyone show heldin the Mankato Community become educated on these matters be- Building. fore voting. One proposalwouldmove Kermit and Loyce Jeffery, Mark • all the Mankato facilities to the Beloit and Sherri Jeffery and other family area and the other would change the members were in Topeka Saturday to by-laws. Get educated and vote. attend a going away get together hen- Lee and Cory Carlson, Brenda and oring Jason and Courmey Garwood Mark Carlson's boys,- came Friday to and two little girls. They,will be mov- stay with Ivan and/.,eta Frost until ing to New Orleans. Jason works for iTuesday. They enjoy coming to the Cargill Company and he was of- Granddad and Grandma's each sum- fered ajob advancement which brought mer and getting to stay a few days! about their decision to move. They planned to attend the 4-H fair The beautiful wedding of Lynne Monday evening and watch Whitley Gillett and Steve Robertson took place and Blaine Frost show their two bucket Saturday evening at Union Chapel calves. Church in Highland Township. The Grandson Whitley called his grand- couple both live in Colorado but de- mother, Leta, last Wednesday and cided to have their wedding here. askediftheycouldhavea"playdate"! Lynne is the daughter of Brad and Grandmothers would never turn down Cheri Gillett and the granddaughter of thatkindofadat˘! He and his brother, Jay and Mildred Gillett. Blaine, were her "dates" for the after- The Gillett family has long been noon. They helped her can green beans associated with Union Chapel, the land when they weren't playing with their for the church having been donated in tractors and combines. 1898 by James Shagley, great-uncle of Lonnie and Linda Arrants, Dale and Jay. Thechurchbuildmg is now owned Keri Hartman and Emily and Heather by Sam Gillett, greaf-uncle of Lynne. Richardson were last weekend guests Brad and Cheri were members of the Adalynn Ouackenbush was given the Junior Overall Bucket Calf Champion of the Arrants' other daughter, Jenni- church when they lived in the area and ribbon Tuesday evening during the Jewell County FaLr. The judge said. all the fer Brokaw, and family in Kewanc˘, their children attended Sunday School entrants had obviously put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into this year s IlL here. o projects but tonight he felt if Adalynn asked this little calf to jump off the bridge Marilyn Jeffery attended the final Manyformermembersofthechurchthe calf would have done it. night of a baseball tournment at Clay were in attendance at the wedding, Center, Neb.Her grandson, Brady was including lone Shipley, Gary and the ' ' a member of the team from Superior Teresa Shipley, Jean Davis, Alan and unday Sam and Alyce went to worship service were Rosetta Jeffery, that took third place. Kim Davis, ]eri and Edward Shute, Bennington to celebrate Add'yson Liz Jeffery andLilaSmith. Pastor Ken John Parsons is appreciating his Jim and Kim Gillett, Beth and Brett Gillett's 4th birthday with her parents, Smith gave announcements and the much improved vision following cata. Walker and Sam and Alyce Gillett. DavidandAutumn, andbrother, Logan. call to worship, reading from Psalms ractsurgerylastWednesdayinOmaha. Eventhoughthechurchhasbeenclosed The Brett Walkers, Jim Gilletts. Scott 138. Ushers for the noisy offering He joined John and Erma Dillon for for a few years, being together again at L'Ecuyers, don Bonebrakes, and the were Brady Jeffery and Callum breakfast in Hastings on Friday morn- thebufldingbroughtbackmanymemo- John Hutsons were there along with McNichols. This offering is used to ing. Last Thursday Sam and Alyce ties. friends and other family members help finance youth attending summer Ken Smith, Kelly McNichols and Most everyone enjoyed swimming m church camp. Serving,as July ushers Gillett along with Brett and Beth Caltum McNichols accompanied the pool along with birthdaycupcakes were Maurice Jeffery, LaVae Glover Walker and Lily went to Downs to eat Dayre Williams in his airplane to and snacks, and Kermit Jeffery. The praise micro- birthday cake with Ross Hutson. He Tarkio, Me., on Saturday to attend an Keiran Kay arrived on Saturday phone was carried by Kelli Jeffery to turned 8 that day. Jim and Kim Gillett, air show. It was rainy and overcast, but morning to join her family, Brian and those participating in the praise time. Dereck and Jerrod, stopped for a few/the sun still managed to burn some of ]essica Shulda and 13recken of Numerous prayer requests were noted minutes on their way to Osbome and a ,, Mankato. She is Marilyn Jeffery's with time given for prayers. Becky f Thank You We would like to thank our friends and neighbors for all the help, prayers and support since Brad's accident. • Thank you to those who helped Jeremy cut the wheat, and who made meals for the crew, and those who took over and did the livestock chores while Brad was in the hospital. We are blessed to live in such a wonderful community. Special thanks to our children, Jeremy, Hflary, Kent and Lacey, for your hard work and putting your own lives on hold to see us through. God Bless you all/ Brad and Linda Kohn eighth great-grandchild. Marilyn and McNichols' violin solo, "Standing on Belinda(grandmotherandgreat-grand- Holy Ground" was the special. Pastor mother) wentto Beloit Saturday after- Ken's text was taken from Luke 10: noon to make their acquaintance with 25-37, which is Luke's record of the Keiran. Good Samaritan and how it exempli- Musicians at the Northbranch fiedGod'slove. Visitors in the service Friends Church for Sunday morning were Dan and Leslie Warner and Lin- Come see the Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, car Show, Games, Musical Entertainment, Chainsaw Carving and other exhibits at this years Jewell County Threshing Bee! 103 N. Main, Burr Oak, Kan. 785-647-7351 I I [] i | In | | 4-H is all about by cousin Bailynn Moser, Salina. This calf will members of the family. coln of Argonia. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Glen and Patsy Warner were Tim and Wanda Warner, and Dan, Leslie and Lincoln Warner of Argonia. Dan is the son of Bill and Barbara Warner, • who, many years ago were Burr Oak residents. Sunday evening visitors at LaVae Glover's home were his grandson and wife, Aaron and Brooke Lewis, of ru- ral Riverton. Nine members of the executive council of Northbranch Friends met Sunday afternoon at the Fellowship Hall for their monthly business meet- ing. The upcoming 125th anniversary celebration to be held in September, 2014 was one of the main topics of business. Quotable Quotes By the time a man is wise enough to watch his step he's too old to go anywhere. -Bill Crystal I never drink water because of the disgusting things fish do in it. -W.C. Fields T ' " ' " he cardlologlst s dmt: If it tastes good, spit it out. See Us For ,-!a J=v =u, I::m-t ] 11 E. Main St., Mankato, Kcn. 785-378-3191 II III f" 36th Annual J helping other 4-H members. Whitley Frost, Esbon, and his bucket calf are being helped into the ring make its rounds this year as it will be shown in two other fairs by different Roland Cleary rounds third and heads for home plate on a hit by Tristyn Brown. Brown registered only one RBI for the inning but marked a three base hit for himself for the Rock Hills Grizzlies Pee Wees. Additional pictures from Jewell Bethany Simmelink, a member of County events are available on the the Rock Hills T-ball team 2 sets her web at cap perfectly to block out the sun during the last game of the season. Saturday and Sunday, 20- 21, 2013 Mankato, Kansas City Park on Highway 36 9,tusic, af Tntertainment Allis Chambers Tractors and Equipment III 1938 Allis Chalmer, Model B Donated by Jewell County Historical Society To be given to the owner of the winning tlcket after tractor pull on Sunday I II ADMISSION TO ENTIRE SHOW Saturday, July 20th Country Jewells 10-11 a.m Shawn Demuth 11-12 noon Bailey Wilton 12-1 p.m. Sunday, July 21"t Mike and Leigh Gritten Family 11 a.m. - 12 noon Shana Hunter 12-1 p.m. ADULTS: $5 Donation 2013 Threshing Bee Quilt Show FREE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 6 Threshing Bee button-required for admittance Rock Hills Elementary School {east door} All Exhibitors Welcome Saturday, July 20 Plaques to be awarded to Exhibitors Check in 9 - 1 1 a.m. ( Visit our website at: } Exhibit open Noon - 5 p.m. Sunday Breakfast, by the Lutheran Youth Group Sunday, July 21 free will donation Exhibit Open I 1 a.m. - 4 p.m. Check-Out 4-5 p.m. Quilts on exhibit only, Pedal Tractor Raffle Bring a quilt, get a free button Allis Chalmers Model WD-45 Donated by Jewell County Historical Society I ..m. I [Guest Speaker: Rod Rose I I SpeciaC Music @ I reg Donna DiamondJ i [Ill Chainsaw Carvings Demos By Blair Smith Westfield, IA Chain Saw Demonstrations Sponsored by: Oregon Trail Equipment Jewelr Implement, Jewell Farmway Coop, Glen Elder Jowell County Historical Society Firemen's Beer Garden Saturday, Noon to Midnight Dinner by Bob's Inn Saturday 5:30 p.m. at the Park Free Dance Free Beer and Chicken Band Saturday Evening at the Park Courtesy of Mankato Chamber 5K Run - 2mi. Walk Kids Triathlon Saturday 7:30 a.m. Starting at Mankato Municpal Swimming Pool Sponsored by the Mankato Chamber of Commerce II [ II I I II • Ir Daily Chainsaw Sculpture Auction at1 p.m. Followed by Parade at 1:30 p.m. Join us for Antique Tractor & Kiddie Pedal Pull (Kiddie Pull aturday only), Car Show, Games, Tractor Raffle, Steam Threshing, Baker Fan, Blacksmithing, Horseshoelng, Steam Saw Mill, Hand Crank Grain Mill, Flea market and Crafts, Crosscut Saw Contest, Treasure Tank, Rope Making, Gas Engines, Archery Shoot and Food For more information Contact: Hooley Alcorn, 785-378-3055 Ben Ruthatrom, 785-545-6222 Roger Fedde, 785-786.3337 Earl Buckley, 785-378-3828 Leon Boden, 785-786-3771