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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 28, 2014 -- II Four Ways from Northbranch By Erma Dillon John Parsons visited Earl and LaVeta Winslow at their Mankato home last Tuesday afternoon. Several others from this area have stopped by to bring a bit of sunshine to the Winslow family as they care for Earl. Edward and Jeri Shute were Tues- day evening visitors of John and Erma Dillon. Pastor Jonathan Harkness and fam- ily were in Wichita last Tuesday to keep dental appointments for their boys. Bud Lewis of Colorado was here last week visiting his sisters, Loyce and Kermit Jeffery and Lonnie and Earl Buckley. Last Tuesday Marilyn Jeffery and Connie Shulda helped Haley Gile get her school classroom in Concordia ready for students. Earl Buckley and Velma Lee Smuck share the same birthday so lastWednes- day Earl and Marilyn Jeffery drove to Alton and picked up Velma Lee and the three of them went on to Osborne for a birthday dinner. The story goes that after they came back and visited at the home of Homer and Lois Smuck, where Velma Lee lives, it was discov- ered that Earl's keys were locked in his vehicle. Earl or Marilyn can fill you in on the rest of the story? Sam and Alyce Gillett have enter- tained some of their .granddaughters. Allison Gillett, Prior Lake, Minn., was here for about two weeks. Addyson Gillett, Bennington, Kan., and Makayla L'Ecuyer of Haven were here a few days during that time. Lily and Claire Walker enjoyed hav- ing the cousins here. They went fish- ing, played golf and made cookies. One afternoon they went swimming with Dereck and Jerrod Gillett. Allison and Alyce did some school shopping while she was here. Before she left they went to Kearney to see the Archway Monu- - ment. Scott and Christina Jeffery and Brynlee of Lawrence, Kan., Caleb and Lauren Frasier, Jayden and Jaxson, Wichita, were weekend visitors at the home of Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi. Surely this was fun for the grand- parents to have all three little ones here at the same time. The Highlander' s Club held a fam- ily picnic Friday evening in the Red Cloud Park. Ashley and Jared Lewis and Tonya and Stede Underwood were the hosts for the evening. Jean Davis was among the Highland Township neighbors who had a good time of eating and visiting. It was party time at the Legion Hall in Cuba on Saturday evening when the families of Clay and Connie Shulda surprised them, helping them celebrate Clay and Connie's 40th weddine anni- versary and Clay's 60th birthday. Marilyn Jeffery joined with the family, friends and neighbors for the evening. LaVae Glover was a Saturday af- ternoon visitor of John and Erma Dillon, bringing with him tomatoes from his garden and family pictures for use in a video for the upcoming church 125- year celebration. Pastor Jonathan Harkness opened the Northbranch Friends Church Sun- day morning worship service by giv- ing announcements. Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery, Liz Jeffery and Emily Hartman. Lauren Frasier provided a piano solo for the special. Praise notes and prayer concerns were given. Serv- ing as ushers were Herb Jeffery, Wait Willitts and Mel Willitts. Galatians 5:22, 23 was Pastor Jon' s text for his sermon regarding the fruit ofthe spirit. He said, fruit is singular- in the original writing there were no punctuation marks in this sentence. By adding a semi-colon following the first listed, love, the rest listed are descrip- tions of different attributes of love. How do we know we are walking in the spirit? Are we bearing fruit? Or, what kind of fruit are we bearing? Without God's help it is impossible to reflect the fruit of the spirit. Bearing fruit is not an instant growth, but takes time to develop. Just as there are seasons of visible growth (or none growth) in nature, so there are seasons that work to produce spiritual fruit in the life of a Christian. It takes time and patience to bear fruit as directed by God. A time of open worship was ob- served to give each one opportunity to have communion through God's Holy Spirit. Visitors in the service were Cindy Kuhn. Scott and Christina Jeffery and Brynlee, Caleb and Lauren Frasier, Jayden and Jaxson. The community singspiration Sun- day evening at the Methodist Church in Burr Oak was well attended. Pastor Gerry Sharp served as the MC and song leader with Dee Reed at the pi- ano. Numerous special numbers from the local churches along with congre- gational singing provided an hour of worship. Refreshments were served following the service. If the eyes had no tears the soul would have no rainbow. Some people are kind, polite, and sweet-spirited until you try to sit in their pews. Quit griping about your church; if it was perfect, you couldn't belong. Last Week's Northbranch News Last Sunday afternoon Jean Davis one of her college roommates, Diane Thornburg, her husband, Matt, and their son from Moberly, Mo., called at the Davis home. They were on their way back home from vacation and came by for a visit. Last week, Caleb and Lauren Frazier, Jayden and Jaxson were at the home of Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi for the weekend. They came to celebrate the birthday of Caleb' s dad, Doug, and to attend their 10-year class reumon. Last Tuesday afternoon Gayla Fla- vin went to Clay Center, Kan., and. picked up grandchildren, Rowan and Isla Darby, Topeka, ( Jolie and Alex's two little ones). They stayed four days here with grandma, grandpa and Uncle Seth. Gayla took them back to Clay Center on Friday evening. Carol Rausch, Colwich, stayed Friday and Saturday night with Greg and Gayla Flavin and returned home on Sunday afternoon. Mike and Debbie Ravin, Newton, were here last Saturday to attend the Esbonfest and visited with family and friends. Arlen and Penny (Menhnsen) Jeffery, and Eric, Nacogdoches, Texas, and Eric's cousin, Cole Wilson, Wichita, arrived Thursday to visit in the homes of Herb and Rosetta Jeffery, Burr Oak, and Jon and Rosalie Menhusen, Mankato. They left Satur- day noon to return to their home. Northbranch Friends Church has a new pastor, Jonathan Harkness, and family, on board and getting acquainted in the church and community. Pastor Jonathan was in Haviland most of the week getting ready to rent their home there. Five-year-old Isaiah started to school on Wednesday while the younger boys, Jacob and David, get acquainted with their new home and surroundings. Saturday afternoon LaVae Glover attended the wedding of his great- granddaughter, Brittany Lewis, and Caleb Wagner at a church near Macon, Neb. Brittany is the daughter of Aaron and Brook Lewis of rural Riverton. Ivan and LetaFrost left Friday morn- ing for Tulsa, Okla. They attended a professional bull riding event Friday evening and Saturday morning watched the Tulsa BSB Futurity. This is a com- petition for young bulls to compete in without riders. They are bucked with electronic dummies that are remote controlled. There were 48 young bulls competing for cash awards. First place received $7 thousand. All placing, s were determined by a panel of four judges. The Frosts spent Saturday af- ternoon with friends, Clyde and Elsie Frost, Lane, Okla. Clyde and Elsie are Lane Frost' s parents. That evening they attended the championship round of the PB R. Luck was with Leta again...her name was drawn for the Rider Relief' s Goodie Bag drawing which included a belt buckle, T-shirt, cap, CD and other items. Rider Relief is an organization that provides medical expense help to injured bull riders. On their way home Sunday, they visited Jerry Nelson who is a resident in the Golden Age Living Center, Downs. Brad and Colleen Jeffery and Lexi went to Lawrence, Kan., to visit Scott and Christina Jeffery and Brynlee for the weekend. This meant lots of grandbaby time the past two weeks! They celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary by attending a Boston and Kansas concert at the Starlight Theater in Kansas City. On Friday, they went to Worlds of Fun. The Smuck siblings were visiting in this area last weekend. They got together to help their mother, Velma Lee, celebrate her birthday. Coming from the Junction City area were Jeanice Janke, her daughter, Diane, and Jared Beary, Jade and Landon; from Alton, Homer and Lois Smuck and Velma Lee Smuck; from the Towanda area LaDoyt and Jeanette , Caleb Nelson, a nephew of Herschel and Denise who was also included in the activities. They all spent Saturday at the Waconda Lake. The Towanda folk returned to their home Saturday • evening and the Junction City and Iowa people on Sunday afternoon. Jason Ryan and Jenae Skelton, new residents living in the former Smuck home, joined the Smuck family for supper on Friday evening. Jason is employed by the Ivan and Wayne Frost farms and Jenae is an extension agent in Mankato. Pastor Jonathan Harkness opened the Sunday morning worship service at Northbranch Friends. Musicians were Rosetta Jeffery and Grace McNichols. Serving as ushers were Herb Jeffery, Kelly McNichols and Callum McNichols. Rosetta's piano offertory was "Blessed Be the Lord God Almighty." Special music was furnished by Kelly, Becky and Grace McNichols singing a medley of"Fair- est Lord Jesus" and "Lord, You Are So Precious to Me." Jonathan's scripture text was Ephesians 6: 14-17, a portion of a letter Paul wrote to the Ephesians while he was in prison, chained to a Roman soldier. Paul lists six pieces of armor that are needed for those going to war. Not only is this armor needed for physical warriors, but for Chris- tians who will need armor for spiritual warfare. First on the list is a belt, used to hold necessary things together. For Christians the belt is truth - the objec- tive truth of God's Word. Second, the breastplate - of righteousness, pro- tects the heart. Third, footwear - the gospel gives us the ability to stand our ground. These three things are put on in preparation for war. Four, five and six are needed when we are in spiritual battles. Four- shield of faith (trust in God) so we are protected from our enemy. Five - helmet of salvation, provides protection and gives us assur- ance. Six - sword of the Spirit, the Roman soldiers used a gladius, which was a short sword that could be used in close quarters of combat. For Chris- tians the sword of the Spirit gives us time to speak and quote scripture, thus it is important that we have God's Word stored in our memory so we have instant access that we can use against the enemy of our soul. It is amazing that God loves and cares for us, not based on our merit, but He supplies what we need to grow into what He wants us to become. In closing, the Quaker tradition of having a time of o'pen worship where anyone who wishes may voice words of experience, encouragement, quote Scripture or note prayer concerns. V isi- tors in the service were Trent Richardson, Caleb Nelson, Jeanice Janke, Jared and Diana Beary, Jade and Landon, Herschel and Denise Smuck, Garret and Eden Wahlers. Marilyn Jeffery drove to BeUeville Sunday and attended a church service there with her granddaughter and fam- ily, Tiffany Sasser, Brice, Kyla and Madison. Following the service they were joined by Haley Gile, Bridger, and Ryder of Scandia at the home of Clay and Connie Shulda near Cuba, Kan. The committee that is planning the Northbranch Church's 125 year cel- ebration met Sunday afternoon to go over, make and or revise plans for the morning worship service and the ac- tivities and program for the afternoon. The date for this celebration is Sunday, Sept. 28. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery visited Lonnie Buckley Sunday afternoon. Interesting Facts Your tongue is the only muscle in your body that is attached at only one end. Glass takes one million years to decompose, which means it never wears out and can be recycled an infi- nite amount of times. The tooth is the only part of the human body that cannot heal itself. Jewell By So00.a Holdren The family of John and Linda Woerner gathered at Lake Emerson Sunday for a belated 70th birthday celebration honoring John. Those at- tending beside John and Linda were Barbara Nigh, Troy, Sabrina and John Bourbon ofEllsworth, Chaad, Carolyn and Calista Woerer of Newton, Wayne, Chalee, Taylor and Jordyn Braun of Wamego. Barbara (Hutchcraft) Nigh was guest organist Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church. She is here visiting her sister Linda, and John Woerner. The girls' mother, Florence Hutchraft, was a longtime organist at the church prior to her death. Sandra Saint Kingston of Washing- ton, Kan., was a visitor in Jewell this week. Sandra had heart replacement 10 weeks ago and has now been able to return to her home in Washington. She had stayed with her daughter in Topeka before the surgery and the weeks following. Sandra said she feels good and this reporter observed she looks like Sandra used to look. She visited her mother, June Saint, at Hill- top Lodge in Beloit. The annual Randall co-op meeting was held Thursday at the Jewell Com- munity Building. Last Tuesday and Wednesday pic- tures were taken for the church directory. The three churches in Jewell have gone together to make a directory that will be ready for distribution this this fall. Miola Griffeth is a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital. Butch and Annette Burks attended the wedding of their nephew, Blake Burks, in Lenexa on Saturday. Blake is the son of Richard and Melissa Burks, Beloit. Plans for the Ionia and Jewell Mu- sic Fest planned for Sept. 13 are being made by the committee. Also plans for the Corn Show set for Oct. 9 through 11 are being made. The chosen theme for the Corn Show is "A Sky Full Of Stars." Barbara Nigh visited with a num- ber of old friends during her stay in Jewell. She and Linda Woemer called on Gene and June Butts. In earlier years June babysat for Barbara's oldest son. An enjoyable part of the visit was shar- ing memories of"The Peterson Place" Mosier and their daughter, Miriam, and Wes Johnson and their two chil- dren; Herschel and Denise Smuck and their daughter, Eden, and Garret Wahlers from Medialopis, Iowa; and Notice of Vote - Fire District No. 6 (Formoso), Jewell County Pursuant to K.S.A. 79-2925b, as amended by 2014 House Bill 2047 Total Property Tax Levied 2014Budget $$f 12,397 2015 Budget 14,141 Approved (vote) 3 to 0 35,14 i i  i !il ¸ i!i {i il;iii!iiiiii iliii !iii!iill i!ililm ii!iiiiiiiii:iil :¸ i ! ¸ ii i 'I Auction !i!i!00!iii!ii!i!i !ii i!!i00 !i 00ii!ili; i! i! ii i! !iii We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following property at 333 E. 4th Street in Nelson, NE Beginning at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 ALL LICENSEES OF MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT. FOR VIEWING CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN 402-879-5666 OR COREY MIKKELSEN 402-879-1504. Location: 333 E. 4th Street in Nelson, NE Description: 864 sq. ft. single story home with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, no base- ment, situated on a 50 ft. x 142 ft. lot. This home was completely remodeled about 10 years ago with new kitchen and bath. Has electric baseboard heat and window a=r, completely rewired and pex plumbing• Will be sold "AS IS" "WHERE IS" no warranties expressed or implied. Legal Description: Lot 3, Block 21 in the Original Town of Nelson, Nuckolls County, NE. Taxes: 2013 and all prior years to be paid by seller. 2014 taxes will be prorated to the day of closing. 2013 taxes were $275.68 Possession: Immediate upon final settle- ment. , Terms: 20% down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title. Closing will be in ap- proximately 30 days. Sellers: Bryan and Tiana Lesch Sale conducted by: Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson P.O Box 184 Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-Mail: mikkelsenre@windstream.net Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com a farm located southwest of where the Woerners now live. The Butts family lived there when Gene was a youngster and then the Hutchcrafts moved there when Barbara was a toddler. Rob Westgate and Kristie Davis were united in marriage Saturday at Lovewell Lake. A reception was held later at the Mankato Community Cen- ter. The gun sale held at Jewell on Sat- urday afternoon drew a large crowd from many differnet places. Barbara Nigh returned to her home in Lompoc, Calif., after staying two weeks with her sister, Linda, and John Woerner. They all attended the Hutchcraft Reunion in Waupaca, Wis. There were seven cousins at'he gath- ering and a total of 26 relatives which was hosted by Ken and Dee Ann (Hutchcraft) Woods. The three from Jewell traveled through seven states during the trip. Along the way they had lunch in Kansas City with Joyce and Dwight Borger. Joyce and Barbara were classmates in their school years. Seemed like old times having a show on Saturday night as the Meth- odist Church. The movie, "Lost and Found Family," was enjoyed by sev- eral people Loeta Bazo, Upland, Neb, Lucille Black, Wichita, Valerie Kite, Salina, and Arleta Carlton visited Saturday afternoon with Dennis and Le Ilia Becker of Mankato. Esbon By Glenna Fogo Good morning, teachers. Welcome back, students. Reports started coming in Wednesday of residents seeing school buses buzzing by their homes. Thursday Lila Frost went to Man- hattan where she, Teresa and Rick Sholtz helped Megan Frost move into a new apartment. A week ago, Michael and Judy Donley went to Kansas City where Michael had appointments with his doctors at the KU Med Center. Last Wednesday they returned to the city for an appointment with Mike' s neuro- surgeon. It was determined another surgery was needed, which will be done next week. Last week they stayed an extra day so pre-op tests could be Mission Thrift Shop Mankato, Kan. CLOSED Friday, Aug. 29 and Saturday, Aug. 30 HOLIDAY WEEKEND -REOPEN.. Fdday, Sept. 5, 1 -4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, as4 9 a.m. - Noon done. They returned home Saturday. Friday Beverly and Dwight Frost TheEsbonCommunity Centercom- went to Hastings tfor areplacement for mittee met last Tuesday at the city Dwight's breathing machine. ' park. Plans for the auction on Sept. 6 Lane Underwood was greeter at the were the main topics of discussion. Esbon United Methodist Church Sun- Thursday around 9 a.m. the cafe day, the 1 lth Sunday after Pentecost. was filling up with farmers, who were Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley there for a "third Thursday meeting served as musicians. Lane and Deanna live in the cafe," where they watched Underwood were the ushers and Lane and heard Rick Morrison' s third Thurs- assisted Pastor Gerry Sharp as he served day meeting topics, which included a the communion elements, which had detailed look into various commodity been prepared by Deanna. The morn- markets and how they have and will ingsguestwasKarenLoeffelman.Pas- react to current events and market tor Gerry asked the children "Are you forces. Rick also gave an overview of good or bad?" He said "You must topics impacting producers risk man- remember no matter what, words can agement and marketing plans. Also hurt you." For Deanna's special she covered were topics of the new farm asked for a favorite song. Janet chose bill and some of the options connected "The Lord of the Dance." It was sung with it. Several representatives of the by the congregation. Pastor chose Beloit office of AgMark and Eldon Matthew 15:10-28 for his scripture, Pate, Esbon's AgMark facility man- with "Life and Politics can be a Dirty ager, were present to answer ques- Business" being his sermon title. Pas- tions. Fresh baked cinnamon rolls by torquotedhismother:"Ifyoucan'tsay Joan Broeckelman, juice and coffee something good about someone, don't were available to all. say anything at all." We are now think- Friday evening Carol and Chug ing about politics and elections. God Fogo and Glenna Fogo met at a restau- allows politicians to be in office and rant in Mankato. After their meal the we must support them as followers of Manhattan Fogos went to Alton where God. How we respond is important. they attended Alton's Jubilee held Sat- We must live by faith. The news that urday and Sunday. Alyce Gillett's sister had back surgery Dwight Frost had elbow surgery and is doing great. Prayers were lifted Thursday at the Superior hospital: The for Gale Burgess as he does his treat- work was done by a surgeon from ment and for • Michael Donley as he Hastings. prepares for his surgery next week. Thursday morning Gary Bartscher, Fellowship followed "Amazing who lives north of Esbon, reported Grace." receiving .90 inches of rain. That day Sunday afternoon Colleen Baker as you went south the amounts were andGaleBurgesswenttoOmahawhere less. By the time you got to my farm or on Monday Gale had his maintenance Esbon, it was down to hardly enough chemo. to register. Esbon has been on the low SaturdayWhitley Frost wastheman end of several rains lately. Lots of of the day as that evening relatives thunderation though, gathered at his home to wish him a Visiting Ron LaFever over the happy birthday. weekend were his son, Greg, and wife, Don, Irma, Randy and Steve Fogo, Cindy, Ulysses. Charley Fischer joined Melvin and Eula Silsby, attended the them for breakfast at the cafe Saturday Kindler, Hajny and Lalu reunion in morning. Kensington Sunday. There were 35 in Ione Shipley was among friends of attendance at the community center. the Highlander Club when they had their annual picnic in the park at Red "All government, indeed every human Cloud Friday evening. There are 15 benefit and enjoyment, every virtue, membersand 14werepresenttoeatthe and every prudent act, is founded on hamburgers and other goodies avail- compromise and barter." able. Edmund Burke Grain Bins Grain Eaui0ment • Eaton • Sukup • GSI • Hutchinson • Neco • DMC Buildings •YorkLegs i • Vacro-Pruden • GSI Dryers • American Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial 785-781-4383 - 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin * P.O. Box 17 * Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. • Commercial •Agricultural • Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling - Concrete We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following property at 3600 Road G, which is 5 miles north of Superior, NE Beginning at 1:30 p.m. • Real Estate To Sell at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014 ALL LICENSEES OF MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT. FOR VIEWING CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN 402-879-5666 OR COREY MI KKELS EN 402-879-1504, Location: 3600 Road G which is 5 miles north of Superior, NE Description: 2,440 sq. ft. two bedroom home with 2 baths, very spacious kitchen, dining area and living room with hardwood floors. Kitchen has L shaped eating bar. 1,640 sq. ft. basement with laundry hookups. Window air conditioner and central heat. Small storage shed. This home is situated on approximately 0.825 of an acre. Will be sold 'AS IS" "WHERE IS' no warranties expressed or implied. Formerly a rural school house. Legal Description: Part of the SE 1/4 in Section 35, T-2-N, R-7-W in Nuckolls County, NE. Taxes: 2013 and all prior years to be paid by seller. 2014 taxes will be prorated to the day of closing. 2013 taxes were $643.54. Possession: Immediate upon final settlement. Terms: 20°/. down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title. Closing will be in Antiques and Collectibles Upright cabinet Victrola, works great 78 rpm records Sheet music School desks Fern stand Crock water cooler Tins, bottles and baskets Enamelware Wooden ironing board w/label Wooden sock dryer Butter molds Kitchen utensils and collectibles Large kraut cutter Rug beaters Egg crate with inserts Wooden medicine cabinet Spitoons Smoking stand Coal bucket Thimbles Granite ware Wooden drying racks Printers drawer Old canning jars Snack sets Wooden Cranberry crate Gallon milk jugs with advertising and other milk bottles Cast iron dutch oven, kettle and waffle iron Copper teapot with steeper Pitcher and bowl sets Large framed Bull Durham advertisement Linens, lace, doilies, dresser scarves, aprons Celluloid dresser pieces Tin toy tea set in original box Elsie and Elmer creamer and sugar Elsie milk pitcher Dish sets (one fired on colors) Assorted glassware (Depression, Fire King, Fostoria) Cast iron elephant bank Vintage Christmas decorations Button collection Vintage jewelry Old pictures and frames Scenic postcards Salt and pepper sets Old books Coca-Cola collectibles Other antiques and collectibles approximately 30 days. Antique Furniture 54 in. round oak table w/2 leaves Marble top dresser 6 matching wooden chairs Arm chair with wicker seat Jenny Lind bed frame Wooden baby high chair w/enamel tray insert Appliances Whirlpool refrigerator with bottom freezer Whirlpool self cleaning gas range Whirlpool trash compactor Crosley matching washer and dryer Household items Office desks Bookshelves 4 drawer metal filing cabinet 4 bar stools Check website for pictures Terms: Cash or good check with proper I.D. Property is yours when bid off. All I items sold in "AS IS" condition. Description to the best of our ability. However, I the owners, auctioneers and printer make no warranties, either expressed or I implied. The owners and auctioneers are not responsible for any stolen or I misplaced property or accidents. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over written advertising. Sellers: Dave and Donna Lovewell Sale conducted by: m Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson Matt Becker, Auctioneer Nell Bouray, Auctioneer P.O Box 184 Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-Mail: mikkelsenre@windstream.net Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com