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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday July 18p 2013 4D Chapman, were weekend guests of David and Alice Belden. Michael I o nia Beldencame Sunday to stay thenight before returning home Monday. Psalm 83:1-7, Isaiah 41:20-24 and RodRosebroughttheSundaymorn-Frank Diem-art has also visited Cecil. Romans 1:22-25 wereRichardCox's ing message at the Ionia United Meth- Saturday, Dickand Gloria Schlaefli selected scripture readings at the odist Church. It was titled"The Mean- had lunch with Ron and Diana Coad at Christian Church Sunday morning. His message was entitled ','You Are ing Of Life." Scriptures refemnce was a Saline care, later Dick and Gloria Luke 12:13-21. Clarabelle Hajny was . attended a birthday party honoring Gods." These passages of scripture :the pianist. Charlee Rose Rhew and Dajah German. Itwas her first birth- tell about false gods that the one true Gabbi Rhew, granddaughters of Bob day. The party was held at the family God calls "less than nothing." We all and Berta Burda, lit the altar candles, home in Saline. After theparty, Darin, are nothing unless we are in His will. ! There will be no services Sunday and Chrystal, Dariyn and Dajah German Steffen Barnes and Elizabeth everyoneis encouraged to attended the " were care supper guests of the Schwab, Blue Hill, Corie Barnes and i worship service at the Jewell County Schlaeflis. Austin Manchanthasouk, Red Cloud, , ......~ ...... 4 Antique Farm Machinery Show andSunday, Pare Carter visited Coke joined Cliff and Glenny Barnes for ~ ~:~ ~ ~ : > ........ Threshing Bee, Sunday morning at and Wanetta Wright and helped can lunch at a Red Cloud restaurant Sun, !iii ...... ;,! Mankato, with Rod Rose bringing the dill pickles. day and celebrated Austin' s 20th birth- ~~~ ~ message. Sunday, Dick and Gloria Sctllac][i day. Cliff and Glenny later visited the On JulyJ1 there will be acommu- took Gerald Boyles out for lunch at a Darin Bames family and also with Jeff nity social at the Ionia United Method- care in Superior. Later, the Schlaeflis and Diana Ord. ist Church Annex. Everyone attending visited Tony, Susan, Reata and Alex. Sunday evening Cliff and Glenny .i Barnes met David and Lori Barnes, is asked to bring either ice cream or a Elting at the Elting home near Deshler Smith Center, at the J.J.J. efferson County dessert, and brought Reata hme with them fr Speedway' Fairbury' to watch Kyle I B Curt and Maureen Shoemaker were two days. in Livington, Mont., for the weekend. Roger Fedde has been helping, Ord drive in the Jayhusker Racing se- ii Curt played the steelguitarin theRoger along with other volunteers, in preppx- ries. Kyle started both theheat race and Tibbs Show. Roger is from New ing for the Jewell County Antique Fahn thefe turcraceatthebackofthepack. Zealand and will be touring the United Machinery Show and Threshing Bee In the feature race with half of the laps to go, Kyle made contact with another iii !i' :: States this summer and fall. Roger that will be held this weekend at race car and ended up balanced on the Earl Buckiey, Hooley Aicorn, Roger Fedde~ andBud Heiner pose for a piciure With the one way plow and two of the 2-bottom plows on display in the newly Tibbs and Les Giltiam, and other pro- Mankato. fessional musicians will perform at back side of his racecar and the top completed lean-to of the Farm Machinery History Museum. this ,ear's Ionia and Jewell Country . wing, which emptied out most of the and family, Mason, Deb and Nathan Bigham auction on Saturday. " Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe spent degreesorhigherdurmgtheafternoons. : Music Fest, to be held in Jewell, Sept. Burr OakBy Gleanys Barnes oil and broke a few parts, causing him }nompson, Fort Lupton, Colo., visited BobParkspokeattheRandallCom- severaldays lastweekwith theirdaugh- From 89 degrees early Saturday morn- 14. -- to be unable to finish the race. Kyle her in Longmont. She returned home munity Church Sunday. His wife, ter, Kara, and Lucas Kent and Jacob, ing to 58 degrees Sunday morning was Monday,CokeandWanettaWright was unhurt and the racecar will be Monday. Alyce, was pianist. She played a spe- Kansas City, Mo. delightful. visited Cecil Hillman at the Mitchell aBehold, I stand at the door and repaired in time for theraces inWash- Draiden,WaylenandLeightenAult, cial number. Gretchen Spiegel was a house guest Itwas amorning to have coffee on County Hospital's long term careunit, knock if anyone hears my voice and ington and Clay Center, Ken., this Ionia, were weekend visitors of their Judy Zimmer and Opal McElroy ofFawnaBarrettseveraldayslastweek, the porch with the kittens lounging ii opens the door, I will come in," from weekend, grandmother, RanaeJacobs, andKatie, wenttoHaysThursday.Theyhadlunch They met Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe, nearby. Windows could be openedall i:i!'~!ii:!ii the United Methodist Church.,,Sing- . Jlm and Sue Tucker were week" KayleeJacobs, Mankato, alsowasa out with Sandy Hermingsen and sons. Mike and Jill Ramsey in Beloit for the dayandallnightyieldingfreshbreezes ing "Wonderful Words of Life with end visitors of their daughter and son- weekend guest. Kristi Vetter, Brooke and Abbie, evening meal and had dessert at the wafting through the rooms. Dee Reed at the piano. After praise in-law, Carolyn and Ed Adams, went to Hutchinson for a three-day Kibbe home later This weather change is to be and congregational prayer, it was Wellsville. ,-I ,11 horse show and the girls participated in Friday Gretchen accompanied Jill shortlived. With a few days break, one greeting time followed by theCherylHillman, JessicaBarnesand xx=txtt, t txx several events. Phil Vetter took his Ramsey and her grandchildren, can handle the soaring temperatures ? .... Kevin Ost served as usher. There day, from a week's trip to Powell, , Hutchison Saturday to watch some of they met the children's other grand- Fall. children s message to Meili Ost. BrynleeManningretumedhomeMon-By Fawna Barrett parents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter, to Marshall and Adly, to Saline where knowing each day is moving closer to were scripture readings and pastor. Wyo.,andBillings, Mont.,tovisittheir AcoupleofsprinklesfellinRandall the events, mother who took them home to Jerry's sermon 'Living Word" and family. In Powell, they stayed at the during the past week. Jan McCollough and her grandson, Sedgwick, the serving ofcommunion. The grand- home of Jerry and Shanna Barnes and Randall Senior Citizens will meet Keegan, played the offertory at Jewell __ 11 We Letter daughter of LaVon and Judy Ost. inBillingsatthehomeofNick, Kelley, next Tuesday starting with a potluck Trinity United Methodist Church. e'anorama II Megan Stegman, Washington, ac- RaefandRaeganBunting.Whilethere, dinner, en udted at the church le ioer eiFrluner' Barrett and Jade, By Fawna Barrett, II Truck companied them to the service. Alma Cheryl, Jerry, Jessica and Brynlee wo worn q " . "r homes in Conway, Ark., K an,,sas went from I can t get my 11 .... .... German was coffee hour host. droveoverthemountainsonthewayto last Wednesday. In the afternoon, a lastWednesdaymorning. ScottFermer breath heat to wonderfully, restor- II Superior Publishing Co. :::i:::t~:~ .... ~. Cliff and Glenny Barnes joined have lunch and sightsee at Red Lodge, few members of the Progressive Study stayed to help Phil Vetter with some ative cool. During the week I~efore the I I 402-879-3291 Diana Ord, Guide Rock, for a two- Mont. Saturday a barbecue and pre- Club came to plan concessions for the projects. He went home Saturday. change, temperatures hovered at 100 ! - day visit to Eastern Kansas to eel- birthday party honoring Brynlee was . ,, - .... ebrate Diana's 50th birthday, held at the home of Jerry and Shanna. Enjoy Mankato tiaras Lilly Barnes, Red Cloud, stayed AttendingwereNick, Kelley,Raefand Welcome to the 36th _ .. - , 'l lPl( I II f ~.. Thursday night and Friday with her RaeganBunting, Billings; Danny, Tara Annual Tewell Count- Jewel I uounty s . II~IIE I~a AdalynnQuackenbushvisitingwith grandparents, Cliff and Glenny andTenleyShorb, Dave Pollack, Josh, 36th Annual ' Sale Fr,day, June 19 the judge about her clothing Barnes. Trish, AshlynandTarynShorb, Jerry ....... ~,~. buymanship entry in the junior divi- Brian Howard, Edmond, Okla., andShannaBarnes, allofPowell, Wyo., Hachiner,, Start Time 11"30 a m ' sign at the Oewell County Fair. She was a weekend visitor of his mother, and Cheryl, Jessica and Brynlee. Saturday and Sunda I " " Wanda Howard. Peggy Wilson went to Longmont, , , Y erl., .... 100 Longhorn cows exposed; 120 mixed steers, 900-1,000; 100 Charolais cross /my 20 : received a purple. Emil; and Rayme Belden, Colo., Friday for the weekend visiting steers and heifers, 800-1,000; 65 mixed heifers, 800-850; 70 black heifers, 750-775; ' her daughter, Leah Jenkins. Her son and 70 mixed heifers, 600-700; 40 mixed heifers, 800-850; 22 mixed steers, 750-850. f Don't miss the Threshing Bee .... J36th Annual| " : i: [ Jewell County [ Floral Studio 119 .... ! ii::i :: Come join all the fun! [ @ Mankato, Ken Country uaxe !:# ~ ~ ~ - 5-8366 785-378-8282 Burr Oak, Kan. An u iii i ii , i Hu'ber. s Tree [ . Wcoh lPn ;; ST n i *I / Service / i .... ' ii / a nd / l Lawn Care / Jewell g Bee! | Mankato, Kan / I I i- 785-378-3072 ,' ur' KovtitnrL; apt Iwl i pS I II Welcome to the Jenna Langer, a member of the Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club, visits with II ._ _ _..., . the judge about the crocheted item she constructed for this year's judging at II ~eU)ell ~ Mankato, Ken 785-378-3172 the Jewell County Fair. Jenna received a purple. IJ Threshing Bee J Come join usat the :1 Come to the 2013 ' [ . IllCome goin the Fun! I Jewell County I ( The Jewe.II County "' [ ee assomuc *oo"er' | [ Jewell County Threshing Bee Ill .... I Threshln ; Bee I Threshing Bee l I I IIdYlanicato , , ,, Saturday and Sunday, July 20&21 Plum .'-- I and enjoy a~nfilled weekend, ~~~t I , " bingb,,z / 1 Come see all the new and different exhibits 1 . I I[&Appliance I Hidden Treasures Comeseeall thenewanddifferentexhibits, [1] " H3, N Commercial I d a H Service ~[ II l' a rni: 7 I lO'N'Cmmercial'Mankat'Kan" Quilt Shop I 1 Sam's Place ~l ,~z~o~o ~ ~. ~sbo~, Ka~ ~L) 1233 S. Main, Burr Oak, Ken. 78.5-647-68 1 I :, Come Join us at the I Jewell County Threshing Good luck to all the participants of the NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING [ ace. 36thAnnual Threshing Bee and The governing body of ERVING TOWNSHIP, JEWELL COUNTY will meet on August 6, 2013, at 9:30 a.m. at Richard Schmitt's Residence, 100 C Rd. for the purpose of hearing and answering Antique Farm Machinery Show objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. I BILLIS :\ Detailed budget information is available from a Township Officer and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY [ TRANSMISSIONS ][N~I~. ' ~;z/F/d%~ SaturdaYJuly 20& & SundaY21 Proposed Budget 2014 Expenditures and Amount of 2013 'Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum I We have served South Central Nebraska and North Cen'tral Kansas fi)r limits of the 2014 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. [ the past 15 years. ' I 300 S. Main PO BOX 225 " Nelson. Neb. 6896] ~.~E~:~~"~:~JJ Lets all have a fun 2012 2013 Prolapsed Bud~;et 2014 I Bill McCutchan, Owner 402-225-2336 filled weekend! Prior Year Actual Current Year Actual Amount of Est. , Funds ExpeAndCt~res R1t?* E~en%aitte~s R1t?*~ F~pendit~ures Va20~e3mAdax RTt?* Come join the fun at the " $immelink Plumbing and Heating D~eebtrs~rvice 122 0.197 250 36th Annual Jewell Road Threshing Bee and 785-786-3721 Fire 1~9502.072 le9501.965 lt434 Ionia, Ken. Cemetery 200 0.138 200 250 Antique Machinery Show ,. SpecMach Dick's IV Furniture deweli County Threshing Bee Totals 2~272 2.407 2t4002.303 5r906 2r3042.078 Less:Transfers 0 0 0 and Appliance has something for everyone Net Expenditure 2t272 2~400 5~906 106 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3123 There's so much to see and dol Total Tax Levied 2~265 2286 xxxxxx ,_ , ' assessed Valuation Welcome to the Township 941t127 992381 II08t750 , ~ Jewell County 36th Annual Outstanding Indebtedness, 2011 20 2 20 3 Threshing Bee and ho, "' o Antique Machinery Show! Lease Purchase Principal ' ...... Total ~ Richard$tearns ISTIC Mankato Auto Township Officer Tax rates are expressed in mills. 117 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3897 414 E. South, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3187 a. i i i i .' [ ~, '. ......... " .... ...,..::~ ......... :_,.,,,~,,i;~,,~,.,=.;~.2...,,,.:-~,.;,..: ,. .......... ..... ~, " ' ........ , , ..... '!" .... ~"