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Burr Oak Library announces hours The Burr Oak Library will now be open on Saturdays from l0 a.m. to noon. Grace McNichols will be the new Saturday Librarian. The library has lots of new books, DVDs and computer games. Harmony  has ndssion study day Sept. 4 was mission study day for Harmony United Methodist Women. Theday began at9:30 a.m. with a study on poverty led by Coralyn Kaufman. Then, Elaine Heskett presented infor- mation about the Roma. After lunch Elaine and Coralyn led the study, "the call, living sacramen- tally, walking justly." The material for the day&apos;s presentations came from the UMW conference, Mission U, held in Salina last July. Phyllis Smith and Ann Hanson also shared about missionaries they have known. During a sack lunch, with bever- ages and dessert provided by Phyllis Smith and Ann Hanson, Elaine Heskett, president, conducted the business meet- ing. Among items discussed was a report of the Kansas West conference annual meeting held Sept. 28 and the district annual meeting to be held Sat- urday. The members voted to keep their pledge to missions the same in 2014 as in 2013. Harmony UMW has given money to Rock Hills to be used as needed. There will be a METour in 2014 for girls ages 14 to 21. UMW will also help support Harmony youths who wish to go to the One Event for youths. For details about METour and the One Event, those interested should talk to Phyllis Christie or Pastor Gerry Sharp. The women also discussed preparation for the annual bazaar to be held here on Nov.23. Trinity UMW deep cleans Jewell church Trinity United Methodist Women met Thursday to do some deep clean- ing of the church. Members had a sack lunch at noon and conducted the busi- ness meeting at that time. Sandy Westgate gave the lesson, "We all need a tree." A man had a trouble tree in his yard, where he would hang his troubles before he entered the house asking God to take care of them. There were never many when he re- turned as God had cared for them. Scripture read referred to giving God Our cares. Sally Engel conducted the business meeting. A thank you was read from Jean Aliman for the prayer quilt. A quilt was tied for Sherilyn Kadel. Sev- eral new books and a lesson book were purchased. Nov. 5 officers and circle chairmen will meet to plan for the bazaar and to plan programs for the next year. Betty James told of a group in El Paso who supported a food program and make bibs for aday care. She received the least coin offering. Becky Loomis re- viewed ' abook and showed the newly purchased books. Discussion was held to change from the Upper Room devo- Friendship Meals Thur.sday, October 10, 2013 not just m the weather but m oecora- tions. As ever busy Pam Hajny and Barb Mizner were battling the wind and cool weather as they put pump- kins, gourds and mile stalks in the wooden tubs along the street. "Near To The Heart of God," Beth and Brett Walker were at the door to THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Frank Wallace cut a hundred acres of com. Buffalo Township Republican Can- cus was held. Wilbur George put up 300 tons of hay and expected to put up another 100 tons. The following properties have sold greet everyone as they came to the in Formoso and vicinity in the last Esbon United Methodist Church for three weeks. Eighty acres, one and services Sunday morning. Lily Walker, three fourths miles southeast of town, withtheassistanceofhermother, Beth, $1,700; 80 acres, one and one half was the acolyte and Wanda Thummel miles southeast of town, $1,800; hotel the musician. Pastor Gerry Sharp welcomed ev- eryone before mentioning the an- nouncements for the day. The church council meeting will be at 7 p.m. Mon- day. The all church parish charge con- ference will be held at Esbon Oct. 30, with a potluck meal at 6 p.m. and the meeting at 7 p.m. Pastor Gerry during his children's time spoke of colta's and how they relate to all of us. For their 'special, Shirley and Glenn Marihngh gave an inspiring skit on questions to and the answers from GOd. Pastor Gerry chose his scripture reading from Luke 17 and tiffed his sermon 'The Faith of a Little Seed." The seed no doubt thinks "I have been planted and I will do my job" as we humans should try to do also. How do we increase. We must think bigger. We must have faith. We must share Christ with everyone and invite others to attend church with us. Joys and conqems mentioned were prayers for the Callaway family in their loss There is thankfulness that harvest is progressing and happiness in being able to attend grandchildren's athletic events. "Jesus Is All The World To Me" was the closing hymn as Glenn and Shirley left for Burr Oak to have services there and the rest of the con- gregation went to the basement for a time of fellowship with hostess Col- leen Baker and Alyce Gillett. Thursday evening the Callaways helped their guest, Alberta Umphenour, celebrate her birthday. There was cake and everything. October is fire prevention month. Is your smoke detector working? Ione and Cameron Shipley returned to Kansas Friday from their trip to Phoenix, Ariz., where they had visited the Nathan Shipleys. Caden Callaway ran in a cross coun- try meet at Centralia Saturday. He came in first. Caden's next meet is Saturday at Riley County. After returning home from the trip to Arizona Cameron Shipley came home to help his dad, Gary, with farm jobs. I II Jewell Co. Memories' 120 years ago in town, $1,100; a house and lots in town, $700. No wheat has been sown yet, wait- ing for rain. The chinch bugs are kill- ing all volunteer wheat and rye that came up on fall plowing. 100 years ago County Superintendent Chilcott stat&l the average cost per month for town school students is $2.50 and for rural school students is $3.35. About 20 boys were in court for disturbing the peace. A contract was signed for the sale of, the Chicago Lumber Co. yards, building and stock in Mankato to a stock company composed of local busi- ness men and farmers. Men and women school teachers in Jewell County received nearly the same wages. Men $55 per month and women $52. Andrew Renner and Rose German, Burr Oak, and Ray Johnson and Clara Rathbum, Formoso, received their mar- riage licenses. Forty-seven relatives of Mrs O.N. Gray sat down to a grand feast in her honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gray to celebrate her 90th birthday. The dry summer forced Kansas to lose 300,000 pasture cattle. Unimproved land in the Irving Township is reaching the $200 an acre mark. 80 years ago J.A. Denton Insurance Agency opened its doers'in Jewell selling life;, fire and casualty insurance. The United States has 60 percent of the word's oil supply. Over supplies of pork, cotton and coal are to be given to the needy this winter. If you get your picture in the news- paper these days, the careless reader may think you are a gangster. The Denny Auction Co. will sell for. the heirs of the late Jimmie Cooper their real estate holdings consisting of 300 acres of good Jeweil County land in the Vicksburg Township. Deaths from automobile accidents seem to be headed for a new record. A bold plot to kidnap one of Gover- nor Landon's daughters was brought to attention. The governor had been warned of a scheme planned by Harvey Bailey or one of his close associates. The plot to kidnap one of the governor's family and trade a release of the victim for the freedom of six hardened con- victs in the state penitentiary. Cosand's Grocery and Market has Oct. 14-18 Monday: chicken and dumplings, mixed veggies, blueberry cobbler. Tuesday: meatloaf, mashed pota- toes, gravy, lima beans, sliced peaches. Wednesday: spaghetti', Italian veggies, caramel pear pudding, garlic bread. ;-.. :. Thursday: roast turkey, sweet pota- toes veggie medley, peach crisp. Friday: bierock casserole, mixed veggies, fruitcocktail, rice krispietreat. Meals delivered by Cli6 Club. PEO chapter collects supplies for Rock Hills Elementary PEO Chapter CN met Sept. 24 at the home of Susan Newell witlf Jeanne Bleecker as co-hostess. Chapter mem- bers brought items for Rock Hills El- ementary School. Anna Morgan-Standley presented a program on the history of the Jewell County Register of Deeds' office. She had samples of the various documents filed in her office and the procedures for filing. She said the real estate, school and cemetery records are essential for genealogy research. The next meeting will be at the home of Susan Sharp with Virginia Roe as co-hostess. Susan hopes to spark the members' interest in quilting. Make your neighbors green with envy By Scott Chapman, Post Rock extension agent Post Rock extension agent Scott Chapman is planning a series of short classes to help gardeners have an im- proved gardening experience in 2014. These meetings will be held over the noon hour, cover one aspect of garden improvement and last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. The first in this series is "Secrets of Effective Composting" (everything you wanted to know about rotting gar- bage but were afraid to ask). The or- ganic matter provided by'c6mpest can work miracles for the productivity of your soil. It loosens tight clay soils and proyides water and nutrient holding capacity to sandy soils Composting turns organic waste into a productive soil additive. It's not magic and not adifficult process. Learn some tips to make it successful Fall is the ideal time to start a compost pile because of all the necessary materials are available. Start now and compost will be ready to add to your garden in the spring. Plan to bring a lunch and a friend Tuesday at 12:10 p.m. The class will meet in the Jewell County Courthouse meeting room. Burr Oak Club plans Members of the PEO Club delivered school supplies to the Rock Hills Elementary School recently. Pictured representing the club are Anna Standley (left) and Susan Sharp. and $5 for third. Prizes for the pump- Burr Oak.. Last Wednesday Bob Garman Worked at Burr Oak and Lila kin decorating will be large bottles of Births took Care of Esbon so she could have different flavors of soda. For the pump- the afternoon free kin decorating, entries may be carved, painted, or whatever anyone wishes to Bum to Phil and jane[Harms, Isaac Graveside services were held last do to their pumpkin. Gregory, arrived on Sept 18, weigh- Wednesday morning at the Prairie Peggy will make posters and i3ut ing 7 pounds and 4 ounces. Gre Home Cemetery, north of Esbon, for Ila Callaway. The Rev. Gerry Sharp them up. Glenny will put an ad in the Dianne Fenster of conducted the seice. A few of the newspaper. Cheryl and Glenny will Haysville and Ri- many friends and relatives attending get prizes ordered. There will be a free chard and the late from a distance were Pare Reitz, Cold- will offering taken for the evening. Dianna Harms of rado; Pat Lewis, Lincoln, Neb.; Ann Cheryl reported that Renita Volker Colorado Springs Willett, Superior; Denny and Janice andJessicaBarneshadpickedupafew are his grandpar- Graham, Bennington; Shelly Findly, cleaning supplies and Cheryl is to let ents. His great- Hutchinson; Bob and Mike Clark, her know what else is needed for the grandparents in- Hastings. community center.The Junior Auxil- elude John and Erma Bean harvest is winding down in iary girls are donating these as a ser- Northbranch and Evelyn Regier of this area and mile cutting is in the vice project. The women from community de- Hesston. Isaac was named for his beginning stages. great-grandfather, Isaac Harms, and Saturday the Village Cafe in Esbon' velopment did not attend the October his granddad, Grog Fenster. went back to theregular hours of being City Council meeting as had been ex- open from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m, serving pected. Instead they will have a public meeting at a later, undetermined date Esbon breakfast and lunch, six days a week. The Yard of the Month sign will go This is for Monday through Saturday. in the yard of Larry and Shirley Members of Volunteer Fire De- Grandparents Burdette and Janie McMains for the month of October. partmentNumberThreemetlastTues- Callaway were excited when they This will be the last placement for this day night for their regular monthly learned that grandson Hunter Wedel year. session. This time all whistles did not had been selected and accepted into , Wiih no further business, themeet- sound, in fact there were none. Amal- medical school at the University of ing was adjourned. Those attending function some place in the electrical Kansas. Hunter is the son of'Janette were Peggy Wilson, Cheryl Hillman, system silenced the whistles. (Callaway) and husband DuaneWedel, Halloween party Cliff and Glenny Barnes, Guy Daley, Peggy-Wilson called the Burr Oak " ' r .... Jerry Hams and Edtth Aye s ..... Community Club meeting to or(er at ................... ' .... L.. 6i30 p.m 3"hursclay Glenny Bes' ...... ""'"" ':" ' ...... ' read the minutes of the September Jewell Ibrli will meeting and they were approved. Cheryl Hillman gave the treasurer's serve l'ef][STl[ents report. The only transactions during befell, Corll Show tional to the Daily Bread. A poll will be taken. Janet Birdsell's birthday is Oct. September was a receipt of $21 for ice ................. __ in for postmaster Wanda Frasier at Saturday fall arrived ..... in Esbon and 11 and members were urged to send led dicus ionPeggYsrePsrted and actiononthecltycuncil airhaS thelneewooelol-Llr,-arywlgann ng_,o, __...____ ow  ......... .... : ....  : " " " !::iii"ii!iii | her cards tab I plannedforlaterthlSWeek!ThelibrarYav,.hecookiesanddrinksavai[_ . :':i, .. The pledge to the district will conditioners for the community center re- until snrino wmna e - : ........ ' ' :" : : liiii main the same for next year, Several Th resent made ,qans for the able before the parade on Saturday  I:'':;ig ,i volunteered to help with the wedding v v mornin Cookie guests are invited to ........... ......... :: .......  ...... reception honoring Amy Topliff and Halloween Party scheduled for Sun- , . g - . ,.- .... : ....... <  ::: n" "venin" Oct 27 Be"inni .... lOOK arund the'uorary and view me / go:..:.? i Pastor Jim Rice. Lori Bohnert was ?"L." ,. ,..  ....s ,,; October display, a Collection of el-  ..... ' 3:0 p.m. nomogs, crops, COOKIES anU : notedWelcmed as a new member" It was ' drinks will be available for those whomore treats are needed for the ePh ,antfigurm.,,esshec!,bySallyEagel'  .......... rd '" attend. The community club will fur- tTclommarmW'iaSer luatm =,, . I.: ,,k Kids for Christ. Pastor Jim recom- mended adding fruit to the treats, nish all but the cookies and those will "", ..... "# , .,  : : !.: , :  Pat Wiilmeth was hostess. Carolyn be donated by anyone who wishes to tion?bnng:letgPnlr:elUac; or tet, Abram was acting secretary.  help with the meal. Members are to , ., , ? . ,. . .v ....... ".. check for volunteers rrfirst elepnant, o< ,,ah,,ngunne in wasmngton i:tn l:! :: : 4 etullcobn e from-'" Newx ru]ty "" "2"o'""Y" -- -- l . ..... : . H News FllWhgcle30'a ndntaahe e  s,t,,o" games Ior , " ........ l ......... : : '  " '" : ::::: :: :::;;::/" test, and a "um'kin decoratin- con couection grew wire girts trom rein-  : t :: :!  : i: : " "  ill  two cate oes for tives and friends. The selection at the  :!:  Eager Beavers ;ineeothecostumecn(testand library is only a portion of her whole /i/!ii ........  .............. : ..... ....  .i':ij Sunday the Mankato Eager Bea- vers met at the United Methodist J   h" collection. ::,, ,,  <, ..................  .......  .......... , Church in Burr Oak to observe 4-H the pumpkin decorating contest, c d-  .....................  ............... ,    ,( ......... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::  ::: !: : :: ............. .   : :.  Sunday. This was followed by a pot- cdran]ffhtanadY.meUngaetwIlebr mtl ues'tncece[iCe]Cev'alsm';:"; ......... ,, .............. ,.:.:,,. :,,:,::, .............. , .... ........ i: ........................ : : : : .:::::: ::: ....................... , g ,I7 e . . otowardsmaizazinepurchases for the  ::, :.:!  :   luck brunch and the installation of club officers, second category There will be tttree ,_  .  .... ,.: ,"   , .......... ; :. The leaders showed how each of- contest, $15 for first, $10 for second ppeu 'Y Sally Engle's elephant collection is on display'at the'Jewell Library. ricer and members are a piece of a puzzle that makes up the club. Each ep, .I. llr'lPl" ' ..... ' :' pieee has duties and a shape. Without ank You N !. L BOGO all the pieces, the club is incomplete, y 1 g pizza The clubmembers voted toaccept The family of Ila Callaway would liketo thank Bu etl free Riley Westgate as a new member, everyone for their thoughts, cards, flowers and food. Members discussed the club goals for the year. For the parlaw lesson Taneile Also to Jewell County Long Term for the loving care Ila EverYExtraTUesday,.hofrom$1.595-8 prn. Peroutek had the mbers play a game received..._e_re AnastasiathattaughtabutthejbfthefficerS'willitts gave a health and May God bewith all of you. BOB'S INN AH D safety presentation on cooking safety. Burdette and Janie Callaway Anna Menhusen did a demonstration Alberta Umphenour and HUNT BOT'HIR PIZZA on her English saddle. Waude Underwood had a project talk on his all the 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 pigs. Katie Reinert played her trumpet for music. Members made fall decora- tions for the long term care unit with materialsfromtheMankatoVFWLa- Mankato Lutheran Church dies Auxiliary. . Afterwards some members dace- Annual Su rated a window at Mankato Plumbing P P for National 4-H Week. CITE THEITrER The is at . supper Friday, Saturday & Sunday Mankato Lutfieran Church basement Oct. 11,12 and 13 7:30 p.m. Woh,00ne Wednesday, Oct. 16 A haunted Wolverine (Hugh Jlan) journeys to bid an old end farewell, and gets drawn into a ciainvng S erving 5:3 0 p.m. to ? ninja and yaloJza in a n-off set fol  events of X-  .... Men: The Last Stand  Ixoceding I events of X.Men: Days of Future Past, Scalloped chicken, ham, whipped potatoes gravy, Ral0d P-13 for Iuage, ints0 Fi xualityvce.  Spanish beans, glazed carrots, cranberry sauce, Mankato, Ken..7-378-3172 coleslaw, prune bread, pie and drinks. Coming next week is: Cloudy With a Chance of For home 3eUve-, call Meatballs 2 Coming soon: 785 378 3308 Enough Said " " Admission: Adult - $3. ~ Child (12 and under) - $2, i Frank Ruggles received his appoint- ' merit as postmaster at Jewell. The people of the United States have enough money deposited in the Joe Pasha now is in charge of the Minneapolis. banks to pay the national debt twice iReresentingtheEsbonLionsClUbast/reh.da e-ht_l',lWig TM over. apples for 69 cents to 79 cents per firehouse.Accordingtomyreportfrommanagement of,finishing the new,.r. ) .... - ..... , .................. ' J.O. Young's boys killed seven basket. ............ ' eand ..... te76flFFOdt'cov'efflreroaosmeso rattlesnakes this fall. : " ...... :. "- ....... " Joe, meoullumglsalmostlmlSn u .: ....,, )r_.= o.^.-.u;....,o,, a 6 to .................. "" "" h 1 I LIUIII .511 kU llllffo.] *-' it looks like later in the month all will - " Dance to be done and the volunteers will .have pick up trash. They were joined by the new firehouse all to their own. Dave Hastings who helped finish the Sound Entertainment Lila Frost worked last week filling task. x' ee Saturday, Oct. 12 9p.m. to Midnight Sam's Place 511 Grand Ave. Esbon, Kan,. , Carry-Out Only ..... Harvest Special Hamburger with fries OR tots OR curly fries $5.00 Cheeseburger with fries OR tots OR ,,: ,/// curly fries $5.25 . \\;\, ,I It///J (Deluxe included) \\;, o.t oa00z NoBOB'S INNN 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201_,, United for Good! ' " Celebrate Thursday, Oct. 17as INTERNATIONAL CREDIT UNION DAY REFRESHMENTS SERVED IN THE LOBBY AT Farmway Credit Union , Beloit-Lmcoln-Mankato-Osborne REGISTER TO WIN $25.00 GIFT CARD Secure Shred of NCK will be in Beloit from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. __ , ,., __.,.-.,-,'--- 102 N. Commercial 200 S. Hersey 113 E. Lincoln 128 W. Main Mankato, Ks Beloit, Ks Lincoln, Ks Osborne, Ks (785)378-3134 (785)738-2224 ' (785)524-5134 (785)346-5930 I =='d..%;=--7 '1 , a,v"m