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#1
General announcements & Events / Food Sale/Garage Sale
August 04, 2021, 08:28:17 AM
St. Mary's Altar Society
Food/Garage Sale
Sat. Aug. 7th, 2021
8:00am-2:00pm
St. Mary's Parish Hall
Moline Kansas
An annual event with items from our whole congregation.
The Knights of Columbus will have the grill sizzling so come hunger and shop in air condition comfort.
You don't want to miss out on these bargains!!!!!!
#2
The Good Old Days / Brick streets of Howard KS
December 09, 2015, 11:33:15 AM
Do any old timers  :) know about the brick streets of Howard...where the brick came from, was there a brick plant anywhere in Howard? We know there was one SW of Moline on the hill (now the property is owned by Paul and Fay Duranleau. Would like to know the date they were laid as those streets have held up so nicely. Dale and Barbara Clubine
#3
Religious/Spiritual / Pray vigil for peace
September 07, 2013, 08:52:03 AM
Pope Francis announces global prayer vigil for peace on Saturday Sept. 7th
"It will be a day of fasting and prayer for peace in Syria, in the Middle East and throughout the world"
May people of all faiths join in prayer today!
#4
The Coffee Shop / Full moon watch
August 01, 2012, 08:58:46 PM
Dale is sitting in the frontroom munching on popcorn gazing out the window at the beautiful full moon. He says he sees a WWll soldier in his hat. I walked out on the porch and looked at the same beautiful moon and I see a mother holding up her baby. What do you see?
On the news they reported we will get to enjoy two full moons this month. Happy gazing!!!!!!!!!!



Wonder why I have to go back to this to write something new.
Oh well...Myrna, yes it sure is enjoyable to sit back and look at nature and all its beauty and peace.

#5
Michael David "Mike" Holmquist, age 63, of Osage Beach, Missouri, departed this life on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at his home in Osage Beach.  Mike was born March 3, 1948 in Clarksville, Tennessee, the son of Charles A. and Charlotte M. (Porter) Holmquist.

Mike attended elementary and high school in Moline, Kansas, graduating from Moline High School in 1966. He graduated from Independence Community College in 1968.

In 1970, he joined Diane K. Trimmell in marriage and relocated to El Dorado, Kansas where he worked for Halliburton Oil Services. In 1974, he joined Trimmell LP Gas Co., which he later purchased and renamed Mike's LP Gas Co. After selling Mike's LP Gas Co. in the early 1980's, Mike worked for Cobalt Boats before relocating to the Lake of the Ozarks. At the Lake of the Ozarks, Mike was a Marine Tech for Glencove Marina and Village Marina.  Mike grew up vacationing at the Lake of the Ozarks with his parents and continued the tradition with his children. After working for Cobalt Boats, Mike and Diane relocated to the Lake of the Ozarks in 2000 to fulfill their dream of "living on the water".  Mike was an avid boater and enjoyed every season at the lake.

Mike is survived by his loving wife, Diane, of the home; daughter, Angela Passantino and husband, Jim, and granddaughter Lauren of Lenexa, Kansas; son, Tyson Holmquist and wife, Jamie, of Shawnee, Kansas; mother, Charlotte Holmquist of Wichita, Kansas; sister Marilyn Gray of Wichita, Kansas; and several other relatives and friends.

In lieu of flowers the family would like to suggest contributions to: Lake Regional Development Fund, Lake Ozark Clinic. Memorial Fund for Mike Holmquist, ATTN: Terry Hall; 54 Hospital Dr, Osage Beach, MO, 65065.

Private services will be held at a later date.  Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family at www.hedgesscottfuneralhomes.com.  Arrangements have been placed under the care of Hedges-Scott Funeral Home, Camdenton, Osage Beach, Missouri.

#6
The Coffee Shop / My phones rang
June 03, 2010, 02:47:32 PM
This afternoon my cell phone and land line rang with the recorded message that the ADT Select Link that provides the "reverse 911" for our county was doing a practice call. Checked with my husband and his cell phone also got the message.....Hope everyone else that wanted this service, that it comes thru as smoothly as our did.   :)Barbara
#7
Carl Eugene Cummings, age 84, of Peru, Kansas passed away Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at the Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  He was born March 18, 1926 in Cedar Vale, Kansas to Walter Nathan and Mary Etta (Hill) Cummings.

He grew up and attended school in the Monett area of rural Chautauqua County.  On July 19, 1957 he married Donna Hopkins in Sedan, Kansas.  They later divorced.

He worked as a welder for many years, working for Neil Hunt and also Economy Manufacturing.  He retired in 1991.  He loved to play bluegrass music, having played it most of his life. He loved horses and also loved designing and building wagons.

He is survived by one daughter, Carolyn and husband Curtis Johnson of Ocala, Florida; one son, John and wife Joanie Cummings of Dewey, Oklahoma;  one brother,  Ernest Cummings of Chautauqua, Kansas, one sister, Leona Call of Copan, Oklahoma; four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and his beloved dog, Bud.  He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, five brothers, two sisters, and one granddaughter.

Graveside services will be held at 11:00 a.m.,  Monday, April 19, 2010 at the Peru Cemetery in Peru, Kansas with Heloise Windsor officiating.  Burial will follow at the Peru Cemetery.  Visitation will be Sunday, April 18, 2010 from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Sedan.

The family has suggested memorials to the Chautauqua County Animal Shelter, and these remembrances can be left in care of the David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 209 N. Douglas, Sedan, Kansas 67361.
#8
The Coffee Shop / What do you see from your window?
March 21, 2010, 05:52:07 PM
I see the perfect view. Clear blue skies, sparkling white snowdrifts, emeral green grass, oh so blue ponds, cattle grazing peacefully, wind whipping the newly formed puddles (almost small lakes  :)), long shadows putting a pretty pattern on the black soil and tall proud flowers pushing up through the snow covered planters. After this awesome spring snowstorm Mother Earth is coming to life. Life is beautiful take a moment and enjoy.
#9
The Coffee Shop / Severy Kansas
February 02, 2010, 09:49:58 AM
Had the opportunity to go to a meeting in Severy last night. It was held your new community building. I was totally in awe of what a wonderful building this town has. Don't know who had the idea for the design but I felt they did a wonderful job. You have a right to be very proud of that nice addition to your town. Barbara
#10
The Coffee Shop / snow covered prairie
November 16, 2009, 07:39:41 AM
We woke up this morning to the biggest snow flakes falling we have ever seen. Everything was white and beautiful which we could not believe with the rain we had yesterday. No satellelite service earlier but have not checked recently. Just enjoying natures beauty.
#11
The Coffee Shop / I love a parade!
October 10, 2009, 02:21:16 PM
I do love a parade...Grenola's parade was so enjoyable. The little kiddies started it off in all their glory of The Wizard of Oz theme. Those parents and kids did an outstanding job of all the characters in this great story. They even had a Tornado person,  what a cool imagination that family had! Then all our police, fire and ambulance personel added lots of noise and color. Great floats, tons of candy, lots of old tractors, kids on horses,  and the thrill and beauty of a marching band complete with flag girls. The Central of Burden marching Raiders with their instructor needs to be commended. The little town of Grenola sure had a great opening for their day of fun and was I ever glad to see so many from the surrounding areas take part or just observe... Hats off to all who made this possible. You did your community proud!  Barbara Clubine :)
#12


Thomas Eugene "Tom" Appleby, age 72, of Sedan, Kansas,  passed away Sunday morning, July 19, 2009 at the Sedan City Hospital in Sedan.

Tom was born May 9, 1937, at the family farm home near Cedar Vale, Kansas. He was the son of Earl Ross Appleby and Laura Belle (Mull) Appleby. He attended school in Cedar Vale and graduated with the senior class of 1955. Upon graduation, he attended Kansas State University, was a member of Farm House Fraternity and received his Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture in 1959.

After graduation he worked for a brief time as a 4-H agent before entering the service in the United States Army. Upon discharge from the Army, he again assumed his career as a County Agriculture Agent as well as pursuing his Master's Degree at Kansas State University, which he completed in 1967.

Tom and Mariellen Jones were married on September 3, 1966, in the Danforth Chapel on the Kansas State University campus. They established their first home at Garnett, Kansas and later moved to their present home outside of Sedan in 1975, where he was a successful cattle rancher until the present. He also worked as the KSU Farm Management Association Fieldman, during part of this period he was also the Vice President of Chisholm Trail State Bank in Sedan for several years. He was also an Extension Agent for Elk County for three years.

He was a member of the Wauneta United Methodist Church, the Kansas and National Livestock Associations, Howard Rotary Club, K-State Alumni Association, a season ticket holder for K-State Basketball for a number of years, and the KSU Extension Service.

Tom is survived by his wife, Mariellen Appleby of the home in Sedan, Kansas; one sister, Mary Louise (Appleby) Jardine and her husband Bob of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; two nephews, Mark Jardine and his wife, Elizabeth of Muskogee, Oklahoma and Scott Jardine and his wife Shauna of Calgary, Canada; five nieces and nephews and numerous cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Marion Lee Appleby.

Cremation has taken place and friends may sign the register book from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, July 21 through July 24, 2009 at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Sedan.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, July 27, 2009 at the First United Methodist Church in Sedan with the Reverend Jerry Bever officiating. A private family inurnment will be held at a later date.

The family has suggested memorial contributions to the Chautauqua County 4-H, the Kansas 4-H Foundation, or the Wauneta United Methodist Church and these remembrances may be left in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 209 N. Douglas, Sedan, Kansas 67361.
#13
The Coffee Shop / Information needed
March 04, 2009, 07:51:09 AM
I would like to find out where we could purchase plastic telephone book covers (in quantities)  which we could put printed information on. We use to get them but it has been years since I have seen any. Or maybe those are obsolete and there is a computer program you could make your own. Does anyone have any input on this? Thanks for your help. Barbara
#14
The Coffee Shop / What is?
February 20, 2009, 05:30:27 PM
What is the big smoke coming north and east of Moline? It is a lot of black smoke.
#15
James Jacob Marsala, 69, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away Wednesday, January 7th, 2009 at Midwest Regional Medical Center, Midwest City, Oklahoma.  He was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 21, 1939, the son of the late John and Marie (Ryba) Marsala.

He served in the United States Army during the Vietnam Era.  He then worked as an electrician for AT&T/ Lucent Technologies until his retirement. He was a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Del City, Oklahoma.

James is survived by his wife Barbara of the home; four daughters, Gail Marsala of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,  Catherine Quintero and husband Chris of Yukon, Oklahoma,  Mary Kay Hudspeth and husband Tom of Dallas, Texas, and Marlene Foshee and husband David of Del City, Oklahoma;  two brothers, John Marsala and wife Marge of Carpentersville, Illinois, and Robert Marsala and wife Eloise of Mustang, OK; five sisters, Pauline Hartmeier and husband Mel of Portland, Oregon,  Audery Perkovich of San Antonio, Texas,  Mary Parker of Kingston, Oklahoma, Helen Burns and husband Bill of Palatine, Illinois, and Barbara Clubine and husband Dale of Moline, Kansas;  seven grandchildren, as well as numerous others relatives and many friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, one brother, and one sister.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, January 12, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., at St. Paul The Apostle Catholic Church, Del City, Oklahoma, with interment following at the Yukon Cemetery, Yukon, Oklahoma. Online condolences may be signed at www.yandaandsonfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Yanda & Son Funeral Home, Yukon, Oklahoma.
#16
The Coffee Shop / can anyone explain?
December 24, 2008, 09:32:06 AM
I do not understand the picture on Google when their page first opens up. When you run the cursor over it, it says"Happy Holiday 2008". Until last Christmas they ran really neat Christmas type pictures but the last two years are to me so very odd.  Anyone know the answer?
#17
Confessions
Weds. Dec. 17th at 6:00pm followed by Mass at 7:00pm

Christmas Vigil Mass
Weds. 7:00pm Dec. 24th, 2008

Christmas Day Mass
Thurs. 10:30am Dec. 25th, 2008

Visitors are welcome to join us in celebrating the birth of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
#18
The Coffee Shop / Did you see?
December 02, 2008, 06:52:55 AM
Last night as Dale and I pulled out of the yard at 6:30pm to attend the Community Meeting at West Elk, what a beautiful sight in the south/west sky. The moon, Venus, and Jupiter were just perfectly visible. We thought to look again at around ten and it was no longer visible. Kind of neat and awesome to view. Just curious to know how many others got to enjoy the view.
#19
Recipe's & Home Remedy's / Quick Peach Cobbler
October 03, 2008, 03:23:44 PM
Tobina asked in "Old Time Skills" that I share this recipe. I will give the original than tell how I had to modify it for my needs.

1 cup butter
2 cups flour
2 cups sugar
2teaspoons Baking Powder
5 cups peaches
1.5 cups milk
1 cup brown sugar

Melt butter in 12'' dutch oven. Pre-heat lid while letting butter cool. Mix flour, sugar and baking powder. Add milk and mix. Pour in Dutch Oven over the butter. Do not stir. Add peaches (drained) on batter. Do not stir. Place oven on coals (375 degrees) and place coals on lid. Cook 10-15 minutes Then sprinkle brown sugar on top of cobbler, and cook until done throu out (10 mins. approx.)


This is the recipes the cowboys use on the open range. They are outstanding cooks so I am sure they vary this a tad! I did not want to cook over coals but to use the electric range and just have the dutch oven for flavor and looks. They said this was an extremely sweet treat. They were right....of course they work hard enough to burn it off. After several attemps I finally got the cooking time right (more like 40 plus minutes). I cut the 2 cups sugar down to 1.5 cups. I also cut the brown sugar down to 1/2 cup instead of 1 cup and added 1.5 tsp. ground cinnamon. Also found out using the lid on the dutch oven created way to much moisture making the cobbler soggy. Sooooooooooo left lid off until the cobbler lost its steam then place it on and took it to whatever function and it stayed warm nicely without being soggy. I have taken this to serveral food involved happenings and it is well received...not that much work and kind of neat to look at pretty Dutch Oven, of course if you know me western and county is what I like.
#20
The Coffee Shop / Goodnews to start the day
October 02, 2008, 08:40:52 AM
Just heard that at the Moline City Council gave the Moline Library Board the go ahead on the addition to the city library.  I think that is really good news for our little town. Know a lot of people have been working hard to see this come to be. We have a very nice library now and a very good librarian who takes great pride in seeing the window has neat and timely displays plus the shelf display that others contribute to from time to time. High speed internet access and computers are there for your use.  If you haven't been in you must stop in, visit, check out a book or see what all they have to offer. I for one am thrilled we will improve upon what is already good and keep it strong and going.
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