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8D THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS . Thursdayr July 18, 2013 .... It's-a-good time of year in Zambia as this is their cooler season. Eighteen men and women left this week from the United States on a mission trip to the African country. They will be gone up to two weeks. All except one couple left Wichita by airplane. That couple joined the group in Chicago. Next stop information contact Dave Atkins. Visiting Larry and Ethyl McNabb this week were Larry's brother, Bill McNabb, and his wife, Carolyn, and Sherri McNabb, Larry's niece from Denver. Word was received in Esbon of the death July 3 of Carol McCormick, 95, Red Cloud. She was born at Otego, the daughter of Susie (Morrow) and Guy Ball. Carol grew up in Esbon and gradu- ated from Esbon High School with the was London where they were on the Class of 1935. She married Roy ground for a few hours. Next destina- McCormick who died in 1991. Carol tion was Lusaka, Zambia. and Roy had three children. They This is the first summer trip the farmed north of Esbon before moving OVlizner) Mitchell, suffered a stroke last Wednesday morning. Although Gwen has several other family mem- bers close, Trudy and Jerry thought they also were needed in California. Thursday Ray and Barb Mizner were in Kansas City where Ray had a six-hour three-way heart rhythm pro- cedure done. Ray stayed in the hospital that night but they were able to come home the following day. Thursday Hillary Callaway left Wichita by airplane and landed in Cali- fornia where she visited a few days with her great-aunt, Alberta Umphenour, Baldwin City. Joan Broeckelman as a fair superin- local mission teams have attempted, toRedCloud.Besidesherhusbandshe tendent was in Mankato Thursday to On this venture, they will be visiting was preceded in death by a daughter, helpsetupthequiltsforjudging.Show- remote areas where they had not gone Janet;hermotherandfather;twobroth- ing quilts from our area were Joan, previously. They will be distribuing ers, Julian and Max. Two daughters Thelma Beam, Jean Davis and Nola clothes and school supplies. One mis- survive and also two sisters, June sion objective is to take backpacks full Walker and Mac Beth Brightwell. Her ofnecessitiestothe Siachctema School funeral was held at the Congregational which Dave calls the 1,000 kid school. Bible Church, Red Cloud on July'9. Theywillconductahomehealthclinic. A funeral honoring Roland Devers went to Wagners to help Chase eel- I.itzenberger,.Oheryl Hillman. For the second half of the trip they wereheld lastWednesday attheMelby + ebrate a b lated 17th birthday. will hold more health clinics and work Mortuary Chapel, Mankato. The body Thursday, Paula Hancock, Burdette "Great Is The Lord" was the thought with the orphanage and volatile chil- was cremated. When the ashes are re- and Janie Callaway went to Keamey on each person's mind as they entered where Burdetteconsulted withhisdoc- the door of the Esbon United Method- dren. Some time will be devoted to ceived, a portion will be spread over working on church benches, the area where his wife, Frances, is They will visit Victoria Falls, Lex- buried in Prairie Home Cemetery and ington, Zambia. That is their day of the remainder will be taken to a cem- fun.Membersoftheteamwillbehappy etery for burial with his family. to see Dana LaDow, Lebanon, who is Trndi and Jerry Lewis, Long Beach, Bess Atwood. Visitingtheir grandparents, Ivanand Burr Oak High School Class of 1956 held a reunion in Mankato July 3. Attending were Robert and Marcia (Gillett) Litzenberger, Dave and Virginia (Carman) Leta Frost are Lee and Cory Carlson, Pettit, Paul and Judith (McCammon) Pettit, Norman and Charlotte (Figgins) Pletcher, Jerry Harris and Edith Ayers, Cheryl (Fogo) Hillman. Classmates met Sutton, Neb. Saturday evening they all at Dave and Virginia's home to visit before lunch, Shown in the-photo are (from left) Jerry Harris, Charlotte Pletcher tors at the hospital., ist Church and were greeted by Gale Saturday the wedding of Lynne Burgess on Sunday morning. Wanda GillettandStevenRobertsontookplace Thummel was at the organ, Dereck in the former Union Chapel Church. Gillett the acolyte, Roger Underwood Lynne is the daughter of Brad Gillett and Gale assisted Pastor Gerry Sharp now teaching in that area of Zambia Calif., and their granddaughters, eight and granddaughter of Jay Gillett. in serving communion. Guests were where the group is spending most of and ten-year-old Gracie and Olivia Everyone is invited to attend the Derek Reed, Trudi and Jerry Lewis. When Pastor Gerry spoke to the theirtime.TherearetwofromWichita, Hardy arrived at the Lewis' Esbon Esbonfest planning meeting at the park children he reminded them everyone one of which is Dave Atkins. There are several from Smith County including home last Monday. Last Wednesday at 7:30 Monday evening, should be hungry for God's word and they went to Salina to see Jerry's twin Wheat harvest is over in this area. hungry for the Lord. Lila Frost's spe- James Kirchner who grew up in Esbon sister, Judy, and her husband, Jerry I'msuremostofthefarmerswillsayit land his wife, Jane. The next trip lear- Diehl. Their Kansas stay was cut short was better weather than most years as cial came from abook she had read this hag this area is on Jan, 23. For more a few days as Trudi's mother, Gwen it was cooler. There were no rain de- week. "God Never Blinked." It was lays which we are sorry for. As rain no excellent and could have been a ser- doubt would have done more for the men on its own. What she quoted was "Will it matter in five ye s." Pastor Gerry chose for his scripture five verses from John 2, Luke 11 and Revelation 22 with a sermon title of "Living Word."The living word refers to Christ. Pastor Gerry said "Do not (Residential) corn, beans, milo and alfalfa than it would have hurt the wheat but the rain did not come. Yields varied consider- ably. There were some reports of good yields and others not so good. This past week, only a few miles south of Esbon, Judy Pettit, Virginia Pettit, Marsha i the farmers are happy to have received worship the Bible but worship God." one and one half to two inches of rain The Bible is a tool for you to use daily. on Thursday morning. Nothing in It is not the living word but filled with Esbon or north. The last few days have thelivingword.Ourprayersarepartof ....... turned very hot but a nice cool down, the living word as we share the con- ........... Sunday. " cerns and worries of our lives. Also in 1 ~38 AIIis Chalmers B will be given away between 5 and 6 p.m. at this year's annual Jewell County Threshino Bee ......... communion the living word is shared, and Antique Farm Machinery Show, sponsored by Jewell County Histoncal Society. The tractor was purchased for the I II A Christian is one who believes in I Come join us at the Christ, the living word. Fell6wship event from t oward Herrmann. I . -- .-, . II timefoll0wedattheseniorcenter ,vhere gether, visitedandtookpicturesbefore - Mr. and lrdrs. Gene VanderGiesen I jeweil t;ounty II this church group hosted the Catholic they went home. Lola, Wanda, Lucile were visiting a few days with Mr. and ................ Threshin__g_Bee congregation. II.. I Saturday evening ,Glenna Fogo and Joyce all grew up together in the Mrs. Junior VanderGiesen. ll[l l/l - Dentonia area Mr and Mrs Lee Christians and It_ome see all the new[ joined Chug and Carol Fogo, Manhat- " family," ' Leota, Minn.," were weekend ~~" ~ ~ " :~~::~ :' ~: \ I . I tan;Angie, SeanandGracieMoulton, , guests of Mr. andMrs. DonKooDs 7 I ana alrrerent I Beunington, atarestaurantinMankatoUlSOatCB By Richard Verhage Mr and Mrs Zachary Cor'dei, [ exhibits! I where they ate and caught up on late x , " .... ...... Clovis, N M, were here for a few da s : + ..... + Smith Center, Kan. , I news. Greeters for the Sunday worship withal. dho fS.AStureVrea? el. :: | I Jim Peroutek had the misfortune service were Dale Kareena, Kacee and y y , , o., Julie '85-520- '49! I Saturday evening to lose several bales JessaHerredsberg, Dave, Jennifer, Ellie Nyhoff, Tegugigalpa, Honduras, were ::iii! I ~:~v I of hay to fire following a baler gear and Ada Herredsiilerg weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle ~i!! | f'~'~J I getting hot. The Esbon Fire Depart- PassageSundaymorningwaslJohn Nyhoff. !ii "' T-' JEWELL COUNTY II rl . II mentwascalled.Lola VanWey, Mankato, Wanda ll:50-52.ThemeSundaymomingwas Happy birthday to John Tunis and ::i+{i: / DeCK renclniz I Hodge, Sorsyth, Mo.,Wanda'sdaugh-Tulip. Passage Sunday evening was AbigailSchlatte. r, July 16. Luke, l l :5-13. Theme Sunday evening tlappy anniversary to Rich and Plan to attend the I .... ~" [ ter, Dolly Short, Sun Valley, Nev., was Teach Us to Pray,". Marsha Verhage July 16. ~i~~:~'~+y::L+,'~:~i~. ~k::~. 'tI " Congratulations to Jana Eakin and ~ .*~i ~ +':":i!~lllli_ ~, / Drent t ec$, owner I were visitors of Lucile Clark Friday 36th Annual Antique Farm Machinery Show 1 ........ | morning. Joyce Ritter, Smith Center, Danny Pfannenstiel. They were mar- This newspaper s web page may I I brought lunch. They all had lunch to- .t_ and. Threshing Bee ,- , ,. ried Saturday. be found at y 20 & 21 "Welcome to [ ::! Saturd.ay&Sunday, Jul. II J ewell County Threshing Bee + " Rylee Whelchel had a two base hit " Tyler Ch,ropra. ct,c l[ Saturday.Sunday, July 20_21 ]l I I .._____.__ .._-. A [ with an RBIOn his trip to the plate in I I -J..,,/! I nrelnlng peel .C., ~ I the first inning for the Rock Hills Griz- 201 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kin. 785-378-8047 [ [ I I -- Izlie''s Pee Wee team" o.,,., r Come,o,o & Fertilizer I / atthe - lcome to the ,ewell County Threshing Be, rl Esbon Grain I/ [ ..... , v . ] | 36th Annual " Member of American ] i| Esbon, Kan. 785-725-3073 ' . 11 i' ' Agricultural Law Association [ ,_ | dewell.County ,ip h I Enjoy]ezvellCountys I/ SaturdaYJuy~0:3nd;land Sunday r Kay Pr;; ;;i; iiorneyat Lawl I "= ?- Lai f fice Licensed in Kansas and Nebraska I We|come to I 36TH ANNUAL MACHINERY SHOW AND I / 71 4.1370' the ,...,, I THRESHING BEE /j ryes,., i I There Saturday-SundaY,exhibitsJuly 20 & 21 I / -- --- | I are so many new I I , Make plans to attend the I Beel /i and activities to check out! J J Whito Rock Electric, 36th Annual t 308 Washington-Scandia, Kan. 785-335 2508 , ! JOHN W. BLEECKER, DDS I / ManLf Kan I * " - I Threshing Bee and Antique J [ Mankato & Belleville 785-378-3103 * 785-527-5683 | k 785 545 6953" J ' linS " ,_.+,+.o++o ; Farm Mach,nery Show ] Dontmissthe3+thAnnua, [ I~lco+ / 1 erliP+ Saturday & Sunday I Jewell County Machinery Show I " Chainsaw Carvings .... .... and Threshing Bee I Schendel Pest Control and I Illll and all the other events that are Lawn new to the Welcome to the Jewell County Threshing Bee 106 E. Main ?.Beloit, Kansas 67420 785.534.1370 115 W Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3192 __ Serving this area for over 50 years#. Invites you to the , Insect-Rodent Control Jewell County Threshing Bee arewell County Welcome to the Monthly- Bi-Monthly & Seasonal Services Available Come join the fun! Threshing Jewell CountyTh hi Bee 785-243-2554.109 West 5th, Concordia, Kan, Bee _res._no 1-800-748-8184 Mankato, Kin.- 785-378-3942 Saturday & Sunday r Welcome everyone to the Jewell County Moehlnery Show July 20 &: 21 Saturday-Sunday Jewell County Threshing Bee! and Threshing Bee has so much tb see. in the Saturday-Sunday Mankato City Park July 20 - 21 Saturday and Sunday ,.. Mankato City Park July 20 and 21 July 20-21 "1 Your Case IH Farm Equipment, Sales and Service Center Professionol Phormoy iewollimp/eme/Tt@nelee/7.oom I n su ra n c e, M i z n e r 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kin. &Cable Highway 14, Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3261 Esbon, Kan, 785-282-0799 785-378-3183 "ll ~t II .............. ..+. .................... : . : .- .+,.... -.._