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3A aEWF_CL COUNTY RECORD Thursc~y, October t3.2oie During lh8 month of October, Penny Suers [~nver Sroocos collection is on display at the Mankato City I_t0rary. Dispatch By ~"d V~ge Gre~r~ Sur~y were Ray and Gin- ger DeBey. Russell ,tad Linda Gtoencadyk. Passage Sunday morning was Prov- erb~ 3:21-35- Theme Sunday morning was "'Wisdom Living," Pa~age Sun- day e~ening was Judges ]3. Theme Sunday evening was "The Birth of Samson." Ray. Harold de,loang, Canna, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim ZylstrL East Africa, and Mr, ~d Mrs. Toyntoas arid family were church visitors Sunday. Happy birthday to lane VandeRiet Oct. 6. I.oeal ,mmtlmr High ~ low ~ur~ Oct. 2 ....................................... 72 45 Oct.3 ....................................... 81 52 Oct. 4 ....................................... gO 55 Oct. 5 ....................................... 71 43 Oct. 6 ....................................... 73 42 Oct, 7 ....................................... 59 3 t t'kl. ~ ....................................... 67 32 Ken Gar~t. weather otr, ervm- for Jewell. reported 20 of precipitation for the week. Betty Becket, weather obsetrver for Mankato, reported. ] 2 of precipitation for the week. Beno t 7th In registmUoas for Kansas In 2016 Everett L Benoit. Esbon, ranked ~venth in regislering Angus beef cart I ia Kansas with the American AngtLS Association during fiscal year 2016. which ended Sel~. 30, according to Allen Moczygemba, the association's chief e)tocutive officer. Breeders a~o,~s the nation in 2016 registered 334.607 head of Angus cattle, "Our growth this fiscal year continues to demons~ate slmng de- mand for Anga~ genetics and ~lidi- fie_~ our tataR-held position as a leader m the heel cattle industry." Moczyge,nba said_ ""]'hem rt.,~uh.,, un- der~.'oz~ our rrmmbers' txmlmitn]em m providing genetic .,mlutions Io the beef cattle industry." The American Angus Ass(~.'iation i.', the nation's largest Ix~f hreetl org,- nizalion. ~rving ready 2.q,IXX) menl- bets m.'rt~s 1he United Stales. Camalz and .~veral other countries. ~ A~so- elation prey ides programs and ~rvic~ to [arrzv2rs and ranche~ BtnT Oak Commtmity Club reta/ns ofllcets l~ggy Wilson called the commu- nity club meeting to re'dec Thursday and gave a treasurer's report. She also reported that two checks for $500 each had been issued to Fort Hays State University for scholarship Lexi Jeff~ and Onmt Davis. it was the consensm of those in aRmdance that officers would remain the .~me as last year with Peggy Wil- son as chairman. Granny Barnes as secretary and Cheryl Hillman as lrea- aural Peggy Wilson reported an estimate for writing air cemdilioning in the com- munity center hag been ~ceived end that u SI,000 donation had b~n re- ceived from Fern Reed to go towards that project. Becky McNichots and Jessica Barrms will be working on a gra~t 1o be presented to Jewll County Community Development for a Dane Hansen Foundatiort Gnmt. Discussion was hetdconeeming tke mutunl Halloween party. Peggy will pul posters up aroum] Burr Oak and send some to the surrou~ling towns. Glenny volunteered to contact tx~ple for cookies and brownies and to pur- chase Halloween table coverings. Cheryl will pur~ fund items and check with someone to grill the hot d0~, There will notb~ a November meet- ing as noclubactivitiesarep|a.nned for thin month. The next me,ling wil| be Dec. I when plans will be nlad, e for the D~.~c. 4 decorating and lighting of Go- tell, Park. With no further business, the meet- ing was adjoumed. ALLending wen: FMith Ayers, Cheryl Hillman. Peggy Wil~m, Cliff and Gh.,nny Barnes. file TIImTtR Friday. Saturday. Sunday Oct, i4, 15 and 16,7:30 p.m. Storks In lhis animated d',ild~n's I~lasy, sl~ks Iv0ic~d by Kelsey Gran'mmr and ~ Sambe~) reveal the a~ut 1Mqr job ~l~n9 b~ies lo new p~eras, Paled I~ tar m~l~ act.s and some Ihema~c elements, [,.. Itlank.tttt~ K,n, * 7~-378-3172 j~ I - . Bob's Inn Fall Harvest Special I Thursday, Sept. 29 through Saturday, 15 I Hamburger-*5.50 , I Cheeseburger-S5.75 I With choice of french fries I Ord!/. (Deluxe included) Only~ I BOB'S INN ~.~ 119 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3201 Mankato" Lutheran Church Annual Supper " The supper is at ~ ~":~ Mankato Lutheran Church basement Wednesday, Oct. 19 Serving 5:30 p.m. to ? Scalloped chicken, ham, whipped potatoes, gravy, Spanish beans, glazed carrots, cranberry sauce, coleslaw, prune bread, pie and drinks. For home delivery call 785-378-3308 ,,. Friendship Meals |l OcL 17-21 r Monday - sweet and seer chicken, =teameddee, winter bler~ tossedsalad., cookie, Tuesday - Polish ~usag, on bun, saue, k~ut, cottage che~, pineapple. Wednesday - hot beef sandwich, mashed potatoes, gtivy, green beans, baked apples. Thursday - Santa Fe soup, mari- nated carrots, cinnamon puff, peaches. Friday - cavatini, cucumber ar, d to- mato salad, Iima beans, sliced oranges, garlic bread. Meals delivered by Christian Church. Harmony UMC holds mce Sunny moming, Haxmoay United Method~t Chinch celeMated the love that Gt~ has for us, Lq their tug, tar worship seruiee. Meili Oat was aco- lyte. ~ents war given by Nikki Ost. Organist was Rosalie Menhgsen. Dining the Ch ildmt's sea-moo, Rod Rose, associate pastor, talked to the children about praying every day. That theme was continued in his sermon, based on the parable ofthe"pers~ent widow" in Luke 18:1-8, who relat- edly asked a judge to help her and be finally gave in because ~f her persis- tence, How mm:h morn wilt a loving God help us when we prey persis- temty. We need to have faith that God hears our praym. Jewell Corn Show Continued from page I ie~ bat goodies" for the crowd to enjoy. we~ather was heautif-al for the pa- rade, tri.athion, children's games in Maag Park, viewing the exhibits, checking ,oat the "show off your wheels" displays of cars, motorcycles. antique tractors and farm equipment, and just visiting. To go alan8 with the Corn Slmw theme wl'-2ch revolved am'trod 'q'l~ St~..,ry." thent was a new opportunity to learn the old story of'how corn used m be barreled. Goin8 back to the days of yore, how did faxmers harvest the grain for which the event is named? Well, not back to tke 0mecorn was picked by hand. As E.a.rl Varacy ex- plained, "'A good hand corn picker could harvest 100 boshels of cam in a day." Compare that to the machines of today thai harvest some 50,0(30 bush- els in all idea[ lO~hour day. Instead of either extreme, Calvin Bohnert took viewers hack to ~he early 1950s with a Deadx)rn Wood Brothers one row cam picker. It rook Botmert around two hou~ to fill a wagon with 80 bushels of cam using the picker. This machine was previously owned by the la~ Clatx~no Top,ill. a long time fammr west of Jcwll, , With tP, g cam picked, it was titrm to shell it. Stun ColvJn provkk*d anther early 50s era machi~, a Model D Maline sheller. In around ~ hour the belt driven stationary machirte had the corn shelled. One wagon held the shelled corn, a thick held the husks and ar)0ther wagon the cobs. As Bill Roe explained, "In the early day, those cobs ~ importam. They were Put in a cob house and were used to start the fires in heating ~oves and cooking stoves, They made a nice hot fire." Or the ear earn, cobs and all could begw, md for tmimal feed. Bohnenand his gram1~n, Isaac. were demons1~tt- ing that pr~'ess tea. If you mis;~:lthis event, don't worry, the second annual Corn Pickin' Day is coming upon Nov. 12. Ctmtact Bohnert for more d~tmls. Divel cousins gather for reunion A Divel first cousin reunion was held Monday at tim Plum Cnt~k Res- tauram in Be~oit. The cousins gathered for an after- noon of looking at pictures and visit- ing, followed by an even lag meal. Spe- cial guest was first ~Lsia Carolyn Stuart, Yuma, Ariz. Others in attendance were: Carol Divel. Robin and Deb Griffeth, Marjode Hansel, all of Jewell; Judy Burch~L Jerry Divel, both of Betoit; larry and Lisa Divel, Abi~ne; Mark and Tami Baxa, Salirat; Rich and Maraca Hansel, Concmdia. The USDA Farm Service Agency Ires started issuingthe 20[6 Ctmserva- *.ion Reserve Program ~raents, This year, the payment batdP,,s ~ coming in a different format than prior years. Th=refom, producers may not receive aLLofthe CRP cataract payments at the same time. aa'tomated latching software is pushing payments am in order of payment eligibility and limitation in effe.ct at time of contract approval. Since FSA deals with throe different level of income eligibility levels on actium contracts, the payments am corn- irtg t3ut in the order from oldest con- tracts to newest contracts, This mirrors the adjusted gross income eligibility limits of $2.5 millionO(X)2 Farm Biti], $l million (2008 Farm Bill! and Sgffl.O~] (2014 Farm Bill)_ l['prodncer~ haven't received all tff their expected CRP payments at this time. they should wai~ another week to 10 days toseeif0m pay menL,;show up. If 0rodacers have not received all of their expected CRPpayments by early November, lhey shouldontaetth FSA office to inquire about (he stal~ of their payment. FSA is also currently processing 2015 Agriculture Risk eowrage- County (ARC-CO} and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) payments. Not all crops triggered for payment under ei- ther ARC-CO or PLC. Fmrther, FSA at the national offioe is still working to compile the payment rate data for re- lease to tlm local o0uaty offic~, Tim l~'al FSA office will be unable m answer q~aestions regarding applicable f~)'ment rates by coun',y tmtil this in- Pare Dunstan and Haley Thompson Hair and More Welcome Sherry Patridge Come let Sherry/rely you zoith nit o/your nail needs inchtdirtg man/cures, shellac, na il enhancemen Is and pedicures. Sherry will be available Monday, 1 - 9 p,m. Thursday, 6 - 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. - S p.m. Saturday, by appointment only NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 30 Receive s3 off a shellac manicure )5 off a pedicure ~ I Sl0 off a set of enhancements ~/~ Hair and More 785-378-3434 i--~,~-~-i Join us in celebrating Interna!lonal lm'rel' ;rm Credit Union Day Thursday, Oct. 20 Refreshments served in the lobby at Farmway Credit Union Register to win s25 Visa Gi..ft Card I Secure Shred of NCK I I will be in Beloit from I [ 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. I {g FARMW& '%2=W' ' "d,L,"W (785) 378-3134 1795) 738-2224 {~51 $24-$i31 (~51 346,5930 Thursday, O~0ober "[3, 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3~ The local NFL Punt, Pass and Kick ~itlon was held Sunday, Sepl_ 25 at the Rock Htds High School football rich:l. Placing first in their age ~vlsions am (from left) Remington Porms {8-9 t~oys), Lexi Potras (12-13 girts), Locus Mong (14-15 boys) and Mason Hige~ (12~13 boys). formation is received from the national office. However. the payments have been calculated and am available to be issued so ~.'e are issuing those pay- ments as quickly as possible. Scholarsldp, art contest si~~d The Veterans of Foreign Wars Aux- iliary wi[~ pr~sem a continuing educa- tion scholarship to a-~sist members who wish to further their education by pur- suing a college degree or a career di- R.ctitm ata v~+atio~l technical ~,hool. Be~ides members. Sl'mUses, sons and daughters are also eligible to apply. Application for this ~hular.,hip can be found at ww w.vfwaux il gory re ~Je-'27~ M1 1- arship~, or contact Ph)'llis Christie, IocaI at~xiliary mholarship chairman. The application is due to the VFW Auxiliary National Headquar~elx by Feb.15. AI~ available ~m VFW Auxiliary web.~ile is the Young Amer/can Patri- otic Art Contest, which i.', ~)pen to all high ~ivool students including home set'tooled stw.lents. The sLudem must submit a patriotic piece of art work al