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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 18, 2011 Burr Oak By G,o.n,00 Barnes i From the United Methodist Church, "In the divine presence there is light for our darkness and purpose in our striving. Praise be to God." "A Mighty Fortress is our God" was the opening song. Using our power for God, was Pastor Sharp&apos;s message, followed by the serving of communion. "This is My Father's World" was the closing hymn. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Red Cloud last Tuesday night and brought their granddaughter Lilly Barnes, home with them for an over- night stay. Wednesday, because of the rain, Darin Barnes took the day off and came down to go fishing with Cliff at the inlet to Lovewell Lake. Lilly re- turned home with him in the late after- noon. After taking care of some church business in Smith Center Thursday morning, Cliff and Glenny Barnes met David and Lori Barnes at a Smith Cen- ter restaurant for lunch. Cliff and Glenny Barnes were in Hastings Friday. They met cousins, Marlene Baker and Donna Figgins, Red Cloud, at a Hastings restaurant and visited with the m while they ate. Kyle Ord, Guide Rock. drove in the races at the Mitchell County Fair Fri- day night at Beloit. He took first in his heat race and finished second in both the trophy dash and the feature race. Kyle remains in first place in the MSL division in the points standings for the year on the Jayhusker Racing circuit. Danny Barnes, Walt and Peggy Wil- son, Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the races to watch'Kyle Friday night. Bob Hines was in Dodge City for the weekend and attended the United States Auto Club sprint car races Fri- day and Saturday night. Josh and Amanda Frasier. Salina, were Saturday lunch guests of Wanda Frasier. They played canasta in the afternoon. Doug Frasier joined the group for supper after returning from an auction in Nebraska. Cal, Kathy and Levi Castleberry, Saddlebrooke. Mo.. and Erin Volker, North Richland Hills. Texas, were weekend visitors of Jerod. Brandy and Lane Johnson. They came to help Lane celebrate his second birthday with a party Saturday. About 30 people at- tended the birthday party. Cheryl Hillman, Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the Barnes family re- union in Cawker City Saturday. The descendants'of Henry Keller and Eva Ethel Barnes. who made their home in Red Cloud. met at the senior center in Cawker City. Mary and Dennis Brummer and Teresa and Larry Hoffman. all 0fCawker City. were the hosts for the reunion. Only two sib- lings, Hazel Myers, Wilber. Neb., and Cliff Barnes, remain of the original l0 Barnes family and both were in atten- dance. Relatives attendeddrom Colo- rado. Idaho, Missouri.. Nebraska and Kansas. Hate, Tessa, Mason, Max and Mor- gan McMains went to a Superior res- taurant Saturday for Terri Core's sur- prise 80th birthday party. After the party they went to Omaha to visit Tessa's cousin. Mercadi Decker and her new baby girl. Isabel Marie Decker. who was born Friday. The daughters of Harold and Edythe Francis. Superior, Shari Sanford and Jeanette DiGrigoli, Craig, Colo., and Lynda and Charfie Schreck, Emporia, sister and brother- in- law. Rick and Tom Harris. were visiting Harris and Silsby relatives over the weekend and attended a Silsaby family reunion in Superior. Cheryl Hillman was a Saturday af- ternoon visitor of Cecil and Lola Hillman and Shane Hillman in Ionia. "On Target: Hitting the Bullseye" " ' e was the title of Rchard Cox s messag at the Christian Church Sunday. Ro- mans 5:1-11 was his selected scripture reading. We are at peace with God if we have been justified through faith, God has proven His love for us in that while we were still sinners. Christ died for us God, through Jesus, looked at all mankind and decided they were to die for. God proved that He loved us no matter what because He knew us be- fore we ever knew Him. God continues to fill our hearts with love. Are you letting God love you? Is your heart warmed by God's love? We can re- joice because whatever our circum- stances are. God loves us uncondition- ally Our hearts are restless and have no peace until, through Jesus. we rest Sentricon Colony Elimination System in God's peace. Sunday morning, Hate, Tessa, Ma- son, Max and Morgan McMains went to the Henry Doorly Zoo and spent the whole day looking at the animals. Joining Cliff and Glenny Barnes at a Red Cloud restaurant for lunch Sun- day were Steffen and earle Barnes, Austin Manchantasouk, and Dakota Delka, all of Red Cloud. Sunday evening, there was a work night at the community center to get the building cleared out so that the new floor could be put down during the week. John Tucker and Walt Wilson brought trailers and everything that was on the floor was either loaded on the trailers or carried to the storage shed. Cheryl Hillman provided iced tea and cookies for the workers. Com- ing to help with the cleaning out pro- cess were John and Sue Tucker, Mike Harris, Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cheryl HiUman, Cliff and Gleuny Barnes, Edith Ayers and Jerry Harris, Gene Underwood, Deb Patak, Mike and Judy Donnely and a friend, Also help- ing were Harold Francis, Superior, Shari Sanford and Jeanette DiGrigoli, Craig, Colo, and Linda and Charlie Schreck, Emporia. Gale Jeffery bought drinks for the morning coffee crowd at the local cafe Monday morning to celebrate his birth- day which .was Sunday. Cliff and Glenny Barnes babysat Olivia and Thomas Ord at the home of Jeff and Diana Ord onday afternoon. They took supper With them and were joined by Jeff, Diana, and Kasey Ord, Keller, Olivia and Thomas Ord, Kyle, Paisley, Jerzie, and Remy Ord and Heath Shannon all of Guide Rock. Patsy Ord was in Omaha with several of her high school classmates enjoying a mira-reunion. Brynlee Manning with the help of her mommy, Jessica Barnes, and grandma, Cheryl Hillman, bought drinks for the morning coffee crowd at the local cafe Tuesday morning. Brynlee was celebrating her first birth- day. Grandma Cheryl brought cookies to share also. Randall By Fawna Barrett Charlotte Anderson told about her April medical mission trip to Hondu- ras at the Randall Church Sunday evening. The team operated a daily medical clinic in the community of El Ohraje and also took fluoride, tooth- brushes and toothpaste to the schools to teach the children in grades one through 12 how to properly care for their teeth Donations from the Randall community purchased the tooth- brushes. More than 25 people attended from the Jewell and Randall commu- nities. Browmes and ice cream were served before her presentation, Hannah Applequist, bride-elect of Hank Kummer, was honored with a shower at the Randall Church Sunday afternoon. She received many nice gifts for their home. Hostess were Marilyn and Brittany Joerg and Mary Ann Kibbe. Ocie Miller is stayinga few days at her farm house near Randall. Adam Brown took his great aunt, Bill Elniff. to Courtland, Mankato and Jewell Thursday for a day out on the towns. Adam is a senior at Pittsburg State. Jerry Peters participated in several rodeos recently. He received two first places and one second place in bull riding in Newton and Salina. Joe D. Anderson took Daxton Anderson to Junction City to meet Jim Callanan. Daxton planned to go by airplane.Monday to his home in San Antonio. While here, the guys did a lot of fishing. Last Wednesday they met Joe Anderson in Courtland for lunch. Another day Daxton and Brennan Anderson visited their grandfather, Joe. Friday, Nevada etter visited Bonnie Vetter and Maxine Kissinger in Beloit. Marilyn and Warren Joerg attended a bank meeting at the Broadmoor Ho- tel, Colorado Springs, Aug. 3 through 5. They drove to Denver Saturday to visit her sister-in-law and stayed over- night with her. Randall received two nice showers last week and .40 of an inch of rain early Monday morning. Last Monday, Natalie Wood had microscopic surgery on her knee. Her mom, Fawna Barrett stayed the week helping with meals and caring for the grandchildren. Fawna came home -; ml Pest Control & Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-RodentControl Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Seasonal ServicesAvailable 109West 5th, Coneordia, Kan. 785-243-2554.1-800-748-8184 School Bells Are Ringing Keep your checking and savings account here/ No monthly charge for students BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 of The Jamestown State Bank gT' ,,% >,.TrZ% ,5 r KAN. 66963 'e:'ec: 785-739-2212 F.D..! Charlotte An( presentation Sur day ;and returned Sunday, four Greg Wilson, hi and her son. Blal Barrett, her two McMillan and far McMillan and fm Natalie and Davi were treated to C1 taking them to tt near Salina. Ferr and daughters w former exchang many, her parent unable to attend  to work. Pan By Faw Cooler night: to filter in the natural cool in1 sounds .of insect person into slee wind blows; the l directions foilo booms of thunde Despite it all, I the windows mu: been broken so turns while the flicker on... and That' s not COl ment of fact an tUrnS. Onthe follow Brice and Cindy arts, Lee and Ingrid fily, Jerod and Keely ally, Seleise Barrett. Wood and family ristmas in August by e Rolling Hills Zoo s and Susan Barrett ',re entertaining their student from Ger- und sister, so were md Kyle Barrett had erson displayed items and photos from Honduras at her tday evening in Randall, I Saturday. Th Northbranch Friends Church 'Fawna'schildren Sunday morning worship service opene d with Pastor Ken Smith giving daughter, Megan, brief mnouncements and the call to worship. Musicians were Rosetta )rama aa Barrett allow refreshing air indows bringing a the homes. Night and birds soothe a That is. until the tghtning flashes in all ed by tremendous r. ,lowing curtains mean t be closed. Sleep had he person tosses and natural "fireworks" 3n, aplaining;just a state- eventually sleep re- ing morning, the earth has been washel clean and the air is excitingly, delightfully chilly. Hints of fall are in the airl. Perhaps, the weather change will mae it easier to realize school is startin again. / III Jeffery, Lila Smith and Erma Dillon. Usher for the nmsy offering were Sedriek, Drakeland and Victoria Willits. Serving as ushers for the regu- lar offering were Maurice, Jeffery, Brad Jeffery and Callum McNichols. The praiselmicrophone was carried by Mel Willitls. A special praise blessing was for 8 of the youth who came forward and each gave a note of praise. Prayer concerns were noted with a special time of prayer. Genesis 32:22-32 was the pastor's text, which related the story of Jacob as he wrestled with a man and how Jacob was independent, wanting to take care of his situation by himself. It is human nature to want to do things without seeking God's help. Ho weyer, we will be better off if we let God lad and help us with the skills He gives s. We can rely on God to help us live a productive life of blessing. Scott Jeffery was a visitor in the ser- vme. Todd and Gina Jeffery, Kelli and Brad3), took Regan to Salina Sunday wher she is enrolled at Kansas Wesleyan Allison Warner and Kevin Garman are other students soon to leave for c911ege, Allison, returning to Bethany at Lindsborg and Kevin going to Kansas State in Manhattan. Several from Northbranch attended Northb By Erma Dillor Beth Walke Employee of the Care Center in 1 Jean Davis a non went on a bt to Abilene when Mansion and at! on the Mountai ater. They repo good gospel mu Marilyn Jet McNichols at tl Superior. Ano Dillon and Gla( Assisted Livin Marilyn were c High School. The Highlar Thursday even Cloud. John and En Dillon on Thur quarters at Heri Beloit. Sheisn ing being clos, some even gou Danyel and I and Colt, of Me visitors of Alan participated in Octoberfest in [ Davis spent pm in Esbon. Grain_Bins Eaton ,GSI Vacr0-Pr American 7 604 *Co Grai mH i Mill 7 Blac 9 Blac 14 Blac Co 75 Charol 65 clouds. How sad t would be to see clouds where ther6 are angels. Mankato '" 1 / Aug. 7 Pastor Q erry Sharp contin- ued his series on the Old Testament patriarchs in the message at Harmony United Methodist Church. He spoke of Jacob's son, Jose p, h, who was his father's favorite. Although Joseph was rejected by his blathers, forced into slavery and imprisoned, God's plan f or him was sttll 9arried out. People today must be patient to see how God' s plan for them Will play out. Rosalie Menhusen was pianist and she and Coralyn Kaufman performed a vocal duet prior to the serving of commun- ion. Emma Menhusen was acolyte and reported to the congregation on the activities of the three youths who wefit on a mission trip to Redding, Kan., last week. Stephanie Kerst and Riley Th- ompson visited their grandparents, Butch and Betty Thompson and great grandmother Vera Thompson for a few days. The rest oftle Kerst family went to Cincinnati, OhiO, to watch Brandon play in the State Wars Roller Hockey Tournament. Brandon received new hockey gloves fat" being tle best de- fensive player of the tournament. He was also chosen t team. Stephanie a Pratt for the wee Richard, Pam and boating. Butch Stephanie back to rest of her famih Corinth,Texas. " Mr. and Mr Cal|away, Neb., ) play on the alLstar ad Riley returned to <end to accompany 2ale to the lake to go and Betty took Wichita to meet the" to return home to LeRoy Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Lewis, Greeley, Colo., Mr and Mrs. Jan Gaul, Dubuque, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alexander Friday night and breakfast Saturday and Sunday. They all went to the Silsby reunion held at the Superior Elks Lodge Sunday noon. Pastor Gerry Sharp continued with the series from the Old Testament in his sermon, "Using our power for God" at Harmony l/Jnited Methodist Church. Joseph, 'g, h4 became ruler of Egypt, used his pover in a positive way and was not 'engeful nor did he seek re- venge tovOard those who had mistreated him. This is similar to God's will for his peoplq now; work together to bring glory to God. Lori Menhusen sang a solo from the musical Joseph and his Coat of Many Colors, "Close Every Door," accompanied by G sharp on guitar. Anna Menhusen was acolyte and JoanDavis was pianist. Pat Grout reported to the congregation on the repairs to be made on the organ during the first phase, to begin soon. Jeanie Blair received word Mon- day of the death of a friend, Jordan Olson, Shelton, Wash. His wife, Janice Olson. called to tell Jeahie of his death. Aug. 10 there was a tour sponsored by Central National Bank of the George Seelye Mansion in Abilene. Theman- sion was built in 1905 and has 25 rooms. The group also rode on a 24 horse and charity carousel in Abilene that is 104 years old. Jeanie Blair was a member of the tour group that was from Superior, Mankato, Beloit and Concordia. Audrey Hamilton was thd organizer from Mankato. II Ionia Rod Rose conducted the service Sunday at the Ionia church. Rex Hermingsen and Clarabelle Hajny were greeters. Rita Rose lit the candles. Rex was usher. Clarabelle Hajny played the piano for the service and gave Ann Colson a chance to sit with her hus- band. Stun. Rod's sermon was titled, "Faith. Through, Ups and Downs." His scripture reading was Jeremiah 29:4-13. The me cream and dessert supper held last week at the church annex had 42 people attending. It was held in honor of Michaela Simmelink and Chance Colson. Michaela left Thurs- day for Colby where she will attend college, and Chance is leaving for Lindsborg where he will attend col- lege at Bethany. Rod and Rita Rose stayel several day s at the Rose Cabin near Eqtes Park. They traveled a lot of back rails and told of some situations theygot into including one-lane roads in steep places. They wondered how things might have turned out had they met another vehicle. Leon Aultmadeatwo-da business trip to Omaha. He is still usy with camera and computer work nd work- ing on a new project out f Kansas City. Garrett Whoolery, gratdson of Roger and Arrilla Fedde, vistted them on his way home from Wshington State where he had been for  summer in internship. He will be a s mior this fall at Kansas State Universi :y major- ing in hotel and restaurant manage- ment. The people of Esbon had a beautiful day for their Esbonfest held ;aturday. Several from this area atteaded the activities. Chase Wagner , rove his 1942 H Farmall in the parac e. He has been restoring the tractor an I is prott of his work. Karla Wagner drove her Haflinger mare and cart in the parade. Judy Wagner was her helper and pus- senger. Haflingers are sn horses. They are getting to b especially with women as th as large as the regdlar draft h are usually very calm an( handle. Karla ,purchased "Maggie" in western Kansa Shane and Kristi Hillman staying with Shane's grar Cecil and Lola Hillman, the weeks and helping them. Lol they have had Shane's eigl old granddaughter. Kateri while. She has gone home her mother, Whitney, and th missing her. Harold and Neva Shoet ited Joye Bartley, Beloit, Joye said her daughters, M land and Phyllis Becker, an Ran, are touring some ce Europe. They were at the Da the last she had heard from NORTHBRANCH Mac & Cindy Diehl Shop: 785-647-7791 Mac: 785-647-2027 Walter Willitts - Custorfi Applicator: 785-28: All Your Spraying Needs: Liquid Fertilizer and Anhydrous the NOrth Central Kansas area rally at As/row - Dynagrow, Mycoge, NK, Stein Seeds - Bulk or Bag Glen Elder Friends Church on Sunday Treating and Inoculating available evenifg. Following the 4:30 service there was a potluck supper, complete Drop in and see us/ ra ch with homemade me cream. [ D Fertilizer LLC Egrl Winslow continues to be a very ick man, in the hospital at Grand Islard where he had surgery. His was chosen August daughter, Cindy, has been with him for [ 1TJ Doing business as Superior Deshler Month at the Heritage several days. Led Cloud. Pastor Ken and Lila Smith visited ] ,, ,  , 1/2 mile north of Northbranch Mary Dillon at her new home at Heri- tage Assisted Living in Beloit. Ciff Vogler and his helpers con- tinue to make improvements at his Northbranch property - most recently with some nice landscaping. ILls Up to YOU .......... Lifel is what you make it...kinda like Play-Doh Plus, sign up now and receive- S 200 CASH* bringper numberto us you HTC Merge 6325 ,:$99,99' BlackBerry  Style ral Telephone CO smartphonel Smith Center 705 North F 785-282-3535 Toll Free: 866-419-6439 Downs. 90i Morgan Ave. 785-454-6025 Toll Free: 866-454-7872 Auihorized 4gent Courtland 405 Libert 785-374-4441 Toll Free: $77-569-18( A girl on the street is pointing up at the s}y. 'Look, an Angel!' she yells. Passersby laugh 'You fool, that is only ' 1 a cloud. 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Gladys and lassmates at Burr Oak Pasture tree clearing  Post hole drilling General dirt or lot zvork Snow removal RodneyPayne, 785-545-5141 z Brent Beck, 785-545-5427  = i =ll- T TT i r I ders Club had a picnic ng at the park in Red na Dillon visited Mary day at her new living .age Assisted Living in cely settled and enjoy- ; to folks she knows. g back to their youth. ret Chapman. Addison ?herson were weekend and Kim Davis. They several events at the sbon on Saturday. Jean t of the day with them Grain Equipment , Sukup Hutchinson Neco , DMC oI]--e]ll[ll York Legs den [C "_olndustrial GSI Dryers 85-781-4383 - 8OO-221 -4383 Wisconsin P.O, Box 17 awker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise or Doug Pruitt for estimates, mme'rcial - Agricqltural Industrial Metal Buildings q Storage and H00mdling Concrete This week's report from 00kato Livestock, Inc. Friday, A00g. 12 :steers 686 136.00 Black heifers 744 124.00 steers 740 134.00 19 Black heifers 759 127.25 steers 837 132.60 19 Black heifers 1.000 115.25 High Cows: 70-80: Low Cowst 55-65: Bulls: 79-86: nsigned for Friday, Aug. 19 ,is steers and heifers, 750-950; 55 Mixed steers and heifers, 700-850; vlixed steers and heifers, 650-750:100 Mixed steers, 800-900, Jon Russell, 785-374-4577; C0//785-819-6115 Bill LogatL 785<378,-3327, C//785-545-6784 IScott Greene,  85428-3533, C011785-545-8612 h, elly Bm,av C>//,0287,q-,,YS7 roll draft , popular, ey are not rses, and easy to ler mare aavebeen dparents, past three reported mmonth- la, for a aow with ' are sure aaker vis- ast week. rtha Hal- l husband. untries in robe River them. 318 I sult. '/ex T h ,1 eles* O7;7 Nack Berr,A