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-SB THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 10, 2013 Four Ways from Northbranch By Erma Dillon Bey Hughes of Topeka was a week- long guest at the home of her daughter, Kim Gillett, and family. When Kim, Dereck and Jerrod were in Topeka to help Jacob Bonehrake celebrate his third birthday they also celebrated Bee's birthday and she returned home with them and was able to attend a Rock Hills Junior High football game to watch grandson, Dereck, play. The next week she accompanied the Jim Gillett family to Downs, joining other family members to help Luke Hutson celebrate his fifth birthday. Carrie Bonebrake, Andrew and Jacob came from Topeka to attend his party and Bey returned to her home with them. Ye scribe has noted over the years how the Gillett families are amazingly close knit and supportive in celebrat- ing special occasions together- surely that is to be commended in these days when everyone is so busy with their own agendas. Marilyn Jeffery has announced the arrival of a great-grandchild. Palmer Bennett was born last Tuesday to Nicole and Aaron Zadina at Greensburg. He joins a two and a half-year old brother, Thayer. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery attended the funeral held for Argus Pierce in Argonia on Friday. They returned to Wichita for the weekend with grand- daughter, Megan Zarzo, and family. Jean Davis accompanied Kim Davis, Blake and Ana Davis to the Rock Hills homecoming football game in which Grant Davis was a team mem- ber. It was a winning night for the Rock Hills team. LaVae Glover was in Red Cloud Thursday evening to attend a volley- ball game. His great-granddaughter, Bailey Lewis, is a member of the team. Friday evening he attended a football game in which his great-grandson, Garrett, was a team member. Congratulations to Kelli Jeffery, who was crowned the homecoming queen at the Rock Hills football game Friday night. Jim and Kim Gillett, Dereck and Jet'rod, went to Atchison Saturday to attend the wedding of Kim's nephew, Josh Hughes, to Amanda Ellerman. Dereck and Jerrod were candle light- ers and Kim helped serve the cake and punch. The month of October is Pastor's Appreciation Month. This year Wanda Warner is leading the Northbranch congregation in a fun approach to Pas- tor Ken and Lila's love of jig saw puzzles. A 3-D,Thomas Kincaidpuzzle was divided into pieces and put in small plastic bags (for safety!) Each family received a bag with a date to mail or deliver it to the parsonage. They do not know what the picture is ,Randall i By Fawna Barrett Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday for a carry-in dinner. Nevada Vetter conducted a short business meet- ing and it was approved to change the next meeting date to Oct. 29. Ham and beans and combread will be furnished. Others attending may bring salads or dessert. Vickie Fenner was a guest. Six stayed to play cards in the afternoon. Sherilyn Kadel was dismissed from the Mitchell County Hospital mid week. Marti and Wayne McElroy drove to Axtell Saturday for the day with their son, Jamie, and family. Saturday evening Nevada and Cliff Vetter attended the anniversary party hbnoring Jean and Bud Boden at the Jewell Community Center. David McMillan was here for part of the weekend with his parents, Alan and Barbara McMillan. Leota Clawson and Kathy McMahon went to Wichita Friday to visit relatives during the weekend. Harvest and wheat planting is keep- ing everyone busy. Thursday Fawna Barrett was a guest of the Grand Avenue UMW and gave a report on the last conference UMW meeting. She called on Betty Barrett at Mount Joseph Senior Home in Concordia. Betty is recuperating from a broken ankle. Friday evening supper guests were Megan Fultz, Blake and Cole. so this will keep them guessing until it is finished at the end of the month! Marilyn Jeffery cooked the men's Saturday morning breakfast served at the Northbranch Fellowship Hall. Tim and Wanda Warner and Glen and Patsy Warner had dinner at the community center event on Saturday evening to celebrate Patsy's birthday,then had cake at Patsy and Glen's home afterward. Regan Jeffery will he having Sur- gery in Salina today (Thursday) to re- pair a torn ACL in her leg. Jean Davis was a Sunday lunch guest at the Jeri and Edward Shute home'in Red Cloud after which she and Jeri went to Bladen to attend the United Methodist Church women's annual birthday tea. The guest speaker was Bruce Bohlen (a brother of Dr. Bohlen in Hastings). He is a professional photographer who got his start in pho- tography when in 4-H. Pastor Ken Smith opened the Sun- day morning worship service at Northbranch Friends with announce` ments and the call to worship. Rosetta Jeffery, Liz Jeffery and Lila Smith were the musicians. Serving as ushers were John Dillon, Glen Warner and Brad Jeffery. A piano arrangement of "I Want to see Jesus" was Liz's offer- tory. Lexi Jeffery carried the praise microphone to those participating in the praise time. Numerous prayer re. quests were noted with special time given for prayer. Pastor Ken's sermon text was Colossians 3:4, "When Christ, who is our life, is revealed, then you also will be revealed with Him in glory." At a time when the world seems to he crumbling, Christians have the assur- ance that we will win - we can set our gainds on victory. Our hope in Christ aakes us winners as He has the last Word. We must remember this. Fol- lowing the sermdn, Joe and Cathy Frampus, celebrating their 40th ,ved- ding anniversary, renewed their vows of rededication to each other. The con- gregation sang the hymn, "Count Your Blessings" and Pastor Ken gave a prayer of dedication. Visitors in the service were Caleb and Lauren Frasier and Jayden. David Howell, a missionary from Ireland, was the guest speaker Sunday evening at Northbranch Friends. A potato bar was served by the Friends Women before the service. Mr. Howell stayed overnight with Pastor Ken and Lila Smith. Plans are beginning to take shape for members of the Northbranch Friends Church to celebrate, in Sep- tember of 2014, the congregation's • 125th year. Volunteers met Sunday afternoon to start the planning process. Wanda Warner will chair the commit- tees. Two young boys were discussing their ailments together in the children' s ward. "Are you medical or surgical?" asked the first, who had been in the ward for a week. "I don't know what • you mean," replied the Second. "It's simple," replied the first. "Were you sick when you came in here? Or did they make you sick." Panorama By Fawna Barrett Weather can change almost in the blink of an eye. Later Friday, a chill developed in the air and was shoved along by the wind. The temperature dropped some 30 degrees throughout the evening. All day Saturday the wind gusted, clouds scattered across the sky blot- ting the sun at times and the tempera- ture didn't change much all day. Dropping from the high 80s to the low 50s is a drastic change causing the body to shudder while trying to adjust. Wanner temps are promised and we will be ready. SCHENDEL Payne . Pasture Cleanng • Pasture tree clearing • Post hole drilling • General dirt or lot work • Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 Bi'ent Beck, 785-545-5427 Seed Wheat For Sale !: ! !!!! i: :.::i: i i:  i iiii::.ii  i iiii ;::!i::i:l! i.:ii !!::ll!!::!!:?i: Custom Cleaning and Treating Calvin Bohned 785-428-3558 or 785-738-7589 Grain Bin • Eaton • GSI Buildings • Vacro-Pruden • American Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial Grain EauiDment • Sukup • Hutchinson • Neco • DMC • York Legs • GSI Dryers 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 The Mankato Eager Beavers kicked off the 4-H year Sunday by observing 4-H Sunday at the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. Pictured are (back row, from left) Emma Reinert, Emily Cox, Taneile Peroutek, Shirley Marihugh - United Methodist Church lay speaker, Aubrey Davis, Waude Underwood, Drakeland Willitts, Sedrick Willitts, Levi Willitts, (middle) Anastasia Willitts, Faith Reinert, Valencia Willitts, Victoria Willitts, Katie Reinert, Mel Willitts, Sonny Johnson, Jake Underwood and (front) Aaron Underwood. Anna Menhusen, Sam Underwood and Riley Westgate are not pictured. Ionia i Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the Sunday morning message at the Ionia United Methodist Church. The mes- sage was titled "The Faith Of A Little Seed." Scripture reference was Luke 17:5-10. Stan and Ann Colson were greeters. Stan Colson was usher and Rite Rose lit the altar candles. Ann Colson was the pianist. Guests were Lacey, Olivia and Nathan Vosburg, Abilene. They were visiting at the home of Brad and Linda Kohn. Several people from the Ionia com- munity attended the 65th wedding an- niversary celebration honoring Bud and Jean Boden. The event was held Satur- day night at the Jewell Community Center. Many friends and family came to congratulate the couple. The event was hosted by the Bodens' family. Danelle Perry and daughter, Lauren, Overland Park, visited Thursday night and Friday with Danelle's grandpar- ents, Harold and Neva Shoemaker. Dandle is a doctor in a clinic in Olathe and is able to have each Thursday off from work. Three year old Lauren en- joyed picking tomatoes and brushing Neva's pony, Sage. Danelle's son, Noah, was not able to come to the farm as he is in the first grade and had to attend school, so he remained at home with his dad, Daniel. Danelle and Lauren had to return home for the week-end as Daniel had to leave on Saturday morning for a surgeon' s con- vention in Washington D.C. Tuesday evening, Leon and Karen B eden attended the COl]cert series pro- gram, "Unexpect&t Surfer Boys." The group sang several of the Beach Boys' ............... 171 Brought to you in part by (ansas Department of Wildhfe, Parks & Tour/$m Kansas City Renaissance Festival Weekends through October 14 plus Columbus Day, Bonner Springs 10 AM - 7 PM, Raln or Shinel A 16th centuw village featuring entertainment, armored jousting, artisan booths and much morel (913) 721-2110, Paola Harvest Festival & Chill Cook-Off October 26, Paola Great family event. FREE Admission l Arts & crafts, food vendors, children's activities, children's costume contest, Chili Contest, live entertainment. 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. 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Shane, Scott and Jason Boden and their families came to attend the 65th wedding anniversary celebration, Sat- urday, honoring their grandparents and great-grandparents, Bud and Jean Boden. Saturday night Rod and Rita Rose attended a birthday celebration honor- ing Wadyn Griffeth, 2, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Griffeth. Sunday afternoon Rod and Rite Rose visited Bob Rose at the Hilltop Lodge and Shirley Simmelink at the hospital in Beloit. Molly Suter visited her grandpar- ents, Coke and Wanetta Wright, Satur- day, and had lnnch with them. Gloria Schlaefli went to Salina Sat- urday and visited at the home of Darin, Chrystai, Dariyn and Dajah Garman. A trip was made to a pumpkin patch. Paul and Rose Danley, Mankato, visited Coke and Wanetta Wright. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli ate Sun- day lunch with Dennis and Donna Spatz and Doug and Pat Boyles at a cafe in Superior. Dick and Gloria later visited Gerald Boyles, Merl Reed and Vera Dye at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Colder temperatures arrived over the week-end, but by Monday after- noon it had warmed up. Soybean har- vest and wheat planting are about done in this area. Soon mile harvest will begin. I Burr Oakey C00e00nys Barnes Shane and Kristi Hillman, Ionia, Judy , Miller, Cheryl Hillman, Jessica Barnes, Tuesday morning Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to the home of Kyle Ord and babysat their great-grandson Remy mltil noon. They met Katie Mason and Kyle at a Red Cloud restaurant for lunch. They were also joined for lunch by Gary and Bonnie Lewis who have just recently moved back to Red Cloud from Arkansas. Bonnie and Glenny are first cousins. Cheryl Hiliman, Bob Hines, Cliff and Glenny Barnes had supper last Tuesday evening at a seafood restau- rant in Grand Island. Last Wednesday Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Red Cloud for painting supplies and had lunch with Darin and Amanda Barnes. Cliff has been paint- hag at the former Caldwell home. Friday Corie Barnes, Red Cloud, Cliff and Glenny Barnes accompanied Diana Ord to Keamey where she had a medical appointment.. After the ap- pointment, they met Holly Rasser and Jaee Johnson at a restaurant for lunch. Pest Control & Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEAR,S! Insect- Rodent Control . Sentricon" Monthly - Bi-Monthly & o.,,,..y..m ServicesAvailable 109West5th, Concordia, Kan. ImBl Illmlmlllm mBBmlBiiiiilma I WILL BE OUT OF THE OFFICE Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18, 19, 20 Will be in Kansas City at the Chiropractic Convention Sorry for your inconvenience Tyler Chiropractic Caleb, Lauren and Jayden Frasier, Wichita, were Friday overnight guests of Doug and Wanda Frasier. Weston Wagner had several family members in the stands at the Rock Hills vs. Pike Valley football game Friday evening at Mankato. It was the Rock Hills homecoming game and Weston was one of the king candi- dates. His family members were ex- cited when it was announced that Weston had been selected as king by his peers. Among those attending were 201 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-8047 Brynlee Manning, Cody, Renita, Bella and Mattie Volker, Katie Jacobs, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Weston was not able to play in the game because he had knee surgery the week before, but he was on the sidelines helping cheer his teammates on to a 58-0 win. Levi Cusatis, Mason, Max, Morgan and Tessa McMains went to Hays over the weekend to visit with Nate McMains who has been working in Quinter. They visited the Stemburg Museum and had family time together. A'I-rENTION LANDOWNERS Pheasant Hunters Seeking Day Leases • CRP-Mixed Crop Land Preferred • Not Seeking Opening Weekend • Jewell County Refences Available Call Chuck @ 502-267-5625 o Cheryl Hillman, Brynlee Maiming, Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended a 70th birthday party in Red Cloud hon- oring Charlotte Figgins. "Writing and Renewing Our Vision" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Burr Oak Christian Church Sunday morning. His selected scripture reading was II Timothy I:L through 10. This portion of scripture was written by the Apostle Paul to his young friend, Timethy, at a time when Timothy w as feeling discouraged about his ministry. Paul urges Timothy to renew his vision. We also from time to time need to renew our vision. We need to renew our vision for worship by embracing a life style of devotion.: We can renew our vision of prayer by pouring our hearts out to God. To re- new our vision of service we need to use the gifts God has given us. To renew our vision for outreach we need to be testifying about Jesus. By re- sponding to God's offer of a Holy life by grace we can renew our vision for nurture. GOd wants a congregation with renewed vision in prayer, commitment, service. There are no substitutes for what God calls us to do. Josh, Amanda and Luke Frasier of Hastings were Sunday afternoon visi- tors ofDoug andWandaFrasier:Caleb, Lauren and Jayden Frasier stopped by en route home to have cake and ice cream in honor of Josh Frasier,a 31st birthday which was Monday, Oct. 7. Jayden and Luke played on the awing set d jumped on Grandma's bed. Josh s family was supper guestS of his parents before returning to their home in Hastings mid evening. David and Lori Barnes, Smith Cen- ter, Corie Barnes and Austin Manchanthasouk, Red Cloud, were lunch guests ofCliffand Glenny Barnes at a Red Cloud restaurant Sunday..' I Dispatch Greeters for the Sunday worship service were Dennis and Mary Rotman, Dale, Kareena, Kacee and Jesse Herredsberg. Passage Sunday morning was Mat- thew 16:13-20. Theme Sunday morn- ing was A Fundamental Question. Pas- sage Sunday evening was Romansg:6- 21. Theme Sunday evening was God Can't Do That. Elders Randy K6ops and George Eakin lead services at Dispatch Sun- day. Happy birthday to Mercedes Menard, Oct. 6 and Brent Keeps, Oct. 10.Mr" and Mrs. Roger Van’ierGiesen, Cimarron, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Junior VanderGiesen. Thea Nyhoff Leunk, Grand Rapids, Mich., and Elissa Leunk Malifyt, Grosse Porinte, Mich., were here for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nyhoff. Be sure to check this newspaper's web pages at superiorne.eom for pic- tures and stories not published in the printed edition. Open 7 Days a Week with Same Day Appointments Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed for Lunch Saturday, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, 9 to 11 a.m. Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicare Provider Tyler Chiropractic John Tyler D.C. • Mankato, Kan. 785-648-0080 • 785-378-8047 No H.unting Signs Choose from several different designs 40’e00c, S400eper Ooze n Plus Tax No Trespassing and No Fishing Signs Available 111 E. Main, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 "]he Superior Express 148 W. 3rd, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 /( 4 A