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( l 1A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 18, 2001 i~mmm ~RE-SECURED ROUTES features h vend'Hershey Candy! areas available! Minimum in- under $5,000. Potential ,000 in one year. 1- 24 hours. XPERIENCE ALASKAf May 30 h June 22. Includes bus, inner lodging, Denali and William Sound tours, shows, $2,295 double oc- Fiery Tours, 1142 E. Euclid, Kan. 67460. 316-241- I @ midusa.net. Jus M and M MARS and Nestle. vending route. Will sell 29, 2001 Under $9,000 mini- required. Excellent profit potential. Finance avail- good credit. 1-800-637- NTAL ASSISTANTS - high de- Classes start Mamh Dental careers of Topeka SSOURI WELDING Institute, INC. Missouri. Become a cedified and structural welder. Earn top Many companies 1-800-667-5885. ENDUE BILLS? Credit problems? Cut monthly pay- to 50 percent. Become debt application feesl 1-800-863- For Sale - WE stopped doing Have beautiful new sets leftl Heavy, brilliant al stainless steel1100% water- as $1,600, now $3951 Lifetime SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-fir" WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home. Buy direct and saver Commer- cial and home units from $199. Low monthly payments. Free color cata- log. Call today 1-800-842-1310. www.np.etstan.com WANT TO buy good used boom truck, 10 to 15 ton. Call 1-800-284-7066 or 402-366-9927, ask for Dana. DELL COMPUTERS: built-to-order. Hassle free financingl Pentium III- 933 and more. Low monthly payments on approved credit. Limited time free internet access in most areas. Call 1- 800-477-9016 code KS03 or visit www.omcsolutions.com. AAA POOLS! We're cleadng out new leftover 2000 pools119 foot by 31 foot pool with sun deck, fence and filter is only $8881100 percent financing! In- stallation arranged - home owners call nowl 1-800-852-7946. Limited area. HOT TUB sate, 14 models from $1795 to $4395. Direct from manufacturer. Free video: 1-800-869-0406. Good life spas, 27th and O Street, Lincoln, Nob. goodlifespa.com. STEEL BUILDING blowout sale. 24x36x10 for $4,750, 30x40x12 for $5,795, 40x60x12 for $8,295. Will guarantee $200 under any other bidl 800-658-2885. HEALTH INSURANCE rates in- creased again? Paying too much? Find out free. Individual and group. Top companies, lowest prices. No obligation. Call John at 800-444-4911. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims; 1-800-434-4628. 16-3-1p Saunders and SaundersAttorneys at SALE: RCA Satelite system, Law. No recovery, no feel 1-800-259. $75; 13-inch color television, 8548. 'old,$59;Solidoakdeskand21-Feed and Seed CD-tape player, like new, rassfloorlamps, two, $29 each; SMALL SQUARE WIRE tied bales Oak end table, prairie hay, shedded. Phone 402-756- ~d cad, $35; Bean- 7405 or 402-756-7280 evenings. $3.75 each; Buddies 21-2-2c each; Oval braid rug, 402-225-2224. 16-3-3p HAY FOR SALE: Big round bales wheat straw. Phone 402-225-2246 or 402-226-3610 leave message. 21-51 -tic 22-Vehicles ?.KS for sale, Harold Neb. 402-226-2411. 16-2-2c )ET garden tractor with at- :, $3,500 or best offer. For more informa- 402-279-2548. 16-1-4p ='N: stock salt 50 pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-ffc L BUILDINGS Highest quality. zes. 30x40xi0 for $5,152; for $5,983; 40x60x14 for ;bids spec. 800-658-2885, exten- BUILDINGS sale: 5,000 plus $9,637; 50x75x14 : 50x100x16 for $15,990; 518; minl-storage ~, 40x160, 32 units each for For free brochures visit ngs.com, Sentinel and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad HOUSE FOR SALE by owner: Small TARGETED KANSAS newspaper two bedroom house, enclosed back advertisingl One-order, one-bill, one- i porch, 528 N. Kansas. 402-879-4341 check placement service, no place- or 402-879-3697. 24-3-tfc ment fee. Contact this newspaper or CANCELLED SUBDIVISION-repos- Kansas Press 785-271-5304 or visit sessed prefabsf Manufacturers liqui- www.kspress.com. III II I I II i Courthouse News Jewell County Jury summons for January Matt Hesting, Rosalie Menhusen, Sherrill Daniels, Alberta Diamond, Lori Roberson Yelken, Leon Wagner, Vic Bradley, Jerry Conn, Cynthia Clark, Roy Lyons, Dean Heckethom, Linda Blackstone, Don Simmelink, Kyle Barrett, Brian Badger, Betty Zade, Keith Ericson. Irene Brainard, Peggy Bohnert, Doris Smith, Jennifer Joynes, Nola Bess Atwood, Robert Willmeth, Carol Cosand, Thelma Beam, Letha Garst, Camelia Gates, Keith Ormsbee, No- Newell to Bonnie B. Newell. NE 1/4 of Section 12 and SW 1/4 of Sec. 13, all in Township 3S, Range 8W. Bob G. Neweli and Bonnie B. Neweli to Bob G. Newell, SE1/4 of Section 12, Township 3S, Range 8W, except a three acre tract. Civil Gas N' Shop, Inc., vs Brian Will- iams aka Brian Williams Trucking. I II III Salina, where he was able to complete his high school education andgradu- ated with the class of 2000 from Salina Central High School. Survivors include his parents, Stephen Hadle, Gillette, Wyo., and Gayle Waugh, Salina; brothers, Nikolaus and Nathan Hadle, Gillette; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hadle, Manhattan, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waugh, Mankato. Funeral services were Jan. 15 at Harmony United Methodist Church Mankato with Pastor Sarah Hickson de Salazar officiating. Interment was in Mount Hop Cemetery, Mankato. Melvin Bowersox Melby MortL arv, Markato, was in MelvinL. Bowersox,73,Belleville, charge of arr, nge nents. died Jan. 5 at Republic County Hospi- dation: eight brand new, factory pro- vada Vetter, Roger Lindberg, Paultal, Belleville. Lawrence Jones insulated home packages. Lifetime 3e-Thank You Pettit, Faryl Lange, Doris Kennedy, Melvin was born July 15, 1927, at warranty.Superiorconstruction. Your ~ Lawrence F. "Larry" Jones, 64, of land and floor plan. Local references: THANK YOU F~ response to Alice Belden. Concordia, and married Dorothy Rob- Lenexa, died Jan. 10 at the home. C1o Morris, Linda Wilson, Terry erts May 19, 1949. Larry w; s born April 20, 1936 to 1-800-874-6032. Must selll our children's anniversary card Howell, John Johnson, Arnold Ross, He lived in Concordia, Mankato Marshall and Veda (Bowles) Jones in shower request. We really enjoyedMazieVance, RobertShelton, Barbara and Manhattan before moving to JewellCounty and had livedin Empo- hearing from you. Bob and Gloria White, Kenneth Novak, Janet Mauk, Belleville. ria for 26 years before movin to GUNSHOW:Jan.20and21,Sat.9to McEInoy. 36-3-1cAnneOst, JamieUnderwood, Patrick While in Mankato from 1954 to Lenexain I ~86. 5, Sun 9to 3:30, Wichita, Ken., Cessna T~fa~iy-l-fr~nd-sat~d Smith, Vinton Burgess, Julia Cassens, 1966, he was a member of the Cham- He had attended Emporia State l ni- Activity Center (2744 George Wash- staff at the Good Samaritan Center Christopher Klos, Mary Robbins,bey of Commerce and St. Theresa varsity. He marriedJeanetteCaneron ington Blvd.) Buy, sell and trade, in- for making my 90th birthday special. Mitchie Woerner, Kirk Wilson, Don Catholic Parish Council. He helped Sept. 25, 1955. lie had been amachin- formation: 319-923-4003. I was really surprised. I appreciate Anderson. build the St. Theresa Catholic church ist for Didde Graphic Co. in Emporia PL~ your kindness and thoughtfulness. DianaDethloff, GaryKriley,Donnain Mankato. for 25 years and NCS in Lenexa for 14 124 Kansas newspapers, only $250 Thanks again. Erma Shill. 36-3'1c Meier, Mark Heinen, Benny Free, Ri- After leaving Mankato he took a years, retiring in ,~u0q. chard Schlaefli, George Jansen, Dixie management job with Southwestern He was a memb r of Grandviev, per 25 words, $10 per extra word- ~~~s Abram, Penny Surmeier, James Bell Telephone in Manhattan, trans- Christian Church, KansasCity,Kan.;a KCAN. Contact this newspaper or and friends who sent condolences in Decker, CliffordBarnes, GilaPeterson, farting to Concordia in 1970. He re- former member of First Christian Kansas Press, 785-271-5304. the form of cards, food and memori- Donald Mallory, William Peroutek, tired in June 1983. Church, Emporia; Square Rc anders, www.kspress.com, als in memory of our husband and AnnetteBurks, MarilynSmith, Teresa Melvin was a member of St. Prairie Village; and Blue Stem Swing. SA--VE--0-~R~~ fatherFrederickSchaffer.Wordscan- Bowles, Toriana Hanson, Cheryl Edwards Catholic Church, Knights of ers, Emporia. play ad network. Advedise in 116 notexpressourheartieltthanks.Doris Hillman, Elesa McMillan, Glen The- Columbus, Belleville; National Rifle. He was preceded in dead-, by his newspapersacrossKansasfor$750. Schaffer, GordonandJoyceSchaffer, mas, Pamela German, Bonnie Assn.; NCK Artists Assn.; and Delta Contact this newspaper or Kansas DorisleaandJamesStouffer, Marilyn Hamilton. County Fine Arts. father, Marshall, and two grandsons, Press 785-271-5304, or visit www.kspress.com. Office supplies available at either of this newspaper's offices. This classified page cimulated to more than 5,000 subscribers. By Gary Tordrup, Jewell County Extension and Kenny Lynch and their families. Peggy, Wilson, FrancesWeaverling, 36-3-1p Tiffany Putman, Warren Hancock THANKS TO NEIGHBORS and Kenneth Joerg, Marion Belden, Bill friends torvisits, calls and cards while Tucker, Janet Birdseii, John Harvey, Bradley Bouray, Doyle Rothchild, I was in the hospital. Thanks to dec- Bonnie Hess, Bradley Hajny, Terry tars and staff for their care. Ralph Kleck. 36-3-1p Ortman, Shirley Marihugh, Bradley Isaac, Rebecca Underwood, Phyllis mal wastes from large feedlot opera- tions. In the past 20 years the livestock industry has undergone dramatic changes. Livestock, typically beef, dairy cattle, hogs and chickens, have been confined from smaller facilities to larger feeding operations. An esti- EPA proposes new controls tional information is available on the The new year is here and with it EPAs Office of Water web site at: may come new and stricter controls on www.epa.gov/owm/afo.htm. livestock producers, not only in Kan- sas but across the country. Contest award is songbird bundles The Environment~tl Protection Those who would like to attract Agency has proposed strict new con- birds to the backyard and create a habi- trois designed to protect the public tat, free, may want to enterthis annual from what it claims is the nation's contest and have an opportunity to leading cause of water pollution--ant- win. Songbird-attracting tree and shrub seedlings will be the prize bundle for 10 winners this year in the Kansas Conservation Tree Planting program annualtriviacontest. K-State Research and Extension is distributing this year's contest questions through its county Extension offices and radio station mated 376,000 large and small live- KKSU. " AUTO stock operations that confine animals Through March the questions also HOSKIN$ generate approximately 128 billion will be available at county Conserva- pounds of manure a year, the EPA tion District offices and on the Kans'as SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. notes. Forest Service's Web page at The new requirements wouldapply www.oznet.kansasforests.org. to as many as 39,000 concentrated To qualify, contest entries must ar- animal feeding operations across the rive at the Kansas Forest Service main country. Today, only an estimated office by 5 p.m. March 30. In case of 2,500 large and small livestock opera- - ties, the service will select the final 10 tions have enforceable permits under winners by random drawing. the Clean Water Act. The bundle includes three eastern The EPA proposes two new defini- red cedars, three Peking cotoneasters, Phone 402-463-1466 tions of concentrated animal feeding five common ninebarks, five fragrant Phone 402-743-2255 operations. One new definition would sumacs and four golden currants. 22-10-tfc include livestock facilities with more "Anyone with interest and planting SALE - ,1994 Chrysler New than 500 cattle or other animal units, space should give the contest a try," The other would require operations Tordrup said. "The forest service says with 300 to 1,000 cattle to have a it's okay to get help in finding the permit if they meet certain risk-based answers. The real reason it offers the conditions. contest is just to remind Kansans they The proposal contains several strict can buy low-cost tree and shrub seed- FOR Yorker, new transmission, windshield, drives great, 402-236-8893 or 402- 469-8243. 22-3-2c FOR SALE - 1993 Toyota tercel, two He was preceded in death by his Matthew and Brett. parents; a son, Nell; and daughters, He is survived by: his wile of the Marilyn, Jane, Mary, and Teresa. home; four children: Mrs. chuck He is survived by his wife, Day- Scheve, (Pamela), Anchorage, Alaska; othy, Belleville; sons, Dan, Mankato, Mrs. Virgil Kimminau (Tamara),Man- and Mark, Saline; daughter, Juliann kato; Wesley Jones, Bremerton,Wash.: Anderson, Olathe, Colo.; five grand- and Bradley Jones, Emporia; his children, and a special cousin, Louella mother, Veda Jones, Concordia; three Esslinger, Judith Studdard. Gier, Manhattan. brothers, Gerald, Grand Island, Neb.; Traffle A rosary was Jan. 8 at Tibbetts- Larry, Clyde; and Jerry, Concordia; Justin A. Schoonover, Mankato,FischerFuneralHome, Belleville. The and nine grandchildren. leaving scene of accident, $254. funeral was at St. Edward Catholic Services were Jan. 15 at the First Darin L. Barnes, Blue Hill, Neb., Church, Belleville, Jan. 9 with Father Christian Church, Emporia. Burial DUI, transportingopen container, leav- John Moeder officiating. Burial was at was in Maplewood Cemetery. Porter ing scene of accident, failure to report St. Concordia Cemetery, Concordia. Funeral Home was in charge of ar- accident.Totalfine,$554and48hours Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home,rangements. jail time or Salina weekend interven- Belleville, was in charge of arrange- lion. . meets. Frederick Sehaffer DavidB.Deichen,Esbon,failuretoRichard Da'~-ls Frederick G. "Fritz" Schaffer, 86, yield, $74. died Jan. 8 at the Salina Regional Health Alexander M. Darby, Topeka, Richard "Rick" J. Davis, 38, Leba- Center. speeding, 72/60, $68. non, died unexpectedly at Phillipsburg Fritz was born April 7, 1914, at 12. Cindy R. Does, Burrton, speeding, Jan'rhe son of Shirley (Connelly) Davis 75/65, $64. Beloit, to Frederick G. and Mary Ann (Ninemires) Schaffer. He married Theresa M. Koster, Cawker City, and Duane Stange, he was born Dec. Doris Irene Snyder on June 3, 194 I, in speeding, 71/60, $66. i 1, 1962, at Denver, Colo. Alva, Okla. Vernon P. Mendenhall, Thornton, Rick grew up in Colorado and inHe served in the 16th Armored Di- Colo., speeding, 78/65, $70. 1979 moved to the Lebanon commu- vision in Europe during World War II nity where he completed his formal Leicester B. Ford, Clarence, Me., education. On July3, 1980, he married and wasachartermemberofthe VFW speeding, 77/65, $68. in Mitchell County. He was a farmer Nicklous G. Backer, Mankato, Cathy Anderson at Smith Center.near Beloit and Mankato until he re- speeding, 78/65, $70. For the past 17 years he worked as tired and moved to Beloit in 1986. Register of Deeds a bee keeper. Fritz was preceded in death by his Dewey K. Underwood and Ruth L. Preceding him in death was a Underwood, husband and wife, to brother, Troy. Survivors include his parents; his second mother, Julia Schaffer; two brothers, Charles and Dewey K. Underwood and Ruth L. wife; two sons, Bobby, Downs, and Francis;twosisters, Helen and Verena; Underwood, husband and wife, as joint Eric, of the home; his mother and step- and two infant sons, Anthony Eugene tenants. A tract of land in the SE1/4 of father, Shirley and Jerry Prangley, Ken- and Steven Ray. Section 5, Township 3S, Range 9W.. sas City, Me.; his father, Duane Stange, He is survived by his wife, Doris; a HelenBerrytoHelenBerry,Patricia Denver, Colo.; a sister, Mrs. Danny son, Gordon, Cheyenne, Wyo.; two L. Willmeth, James W. Berry II, and Falk (Patsy), Independence, Me.; and daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Lynch Marylee B. Lake, as trustees of the two brothers, Carl. Downs, and Billy, (Marilyn), Mankato; and Mrs. James Berry Family Trust. NEll4 of Section Marysville. 26, in Township 4S, Range 8W. Graveside services were Jan. 16 at Stauffer (Dorislea) Hays; six grand- Helen Berry aka Helen P. Berry; North Oak Creek Cemetery in Smith children and 10 great-grandchildren; Marylee B. Lake, aka Marylee Lake County, with the Rev. Sherry Clemens and four sisters, Ruth Brown, Loretta Staah, Marie Pickett and Jean Bordeau. aka Mary Lee Lake, and Gerald A.officiating. The Simonson-Williams A parish rosary was at the Harrison Lake;PatriciaL.Willmeth, akaPatricia Funeral Home, Red Cloud, was inFuneral Home with the Rev. Henry Willmeth, and Robert L. Willmeth; charge of the arrangements. Baxa officiating. Mass of Christian James W. Berry II aka James Berry, and Kroyla Berry to Helen Berry,Joshua Hadle Burial was Jan. 13 at the St. Johns Catholic Church, Beloit, with the Rev. Patricia L. Wilimeth, James W. Berry Joshua John Hadle, 19, Salina, died Henry Baxa officiating. II, and Marylee B. Lake, as trustees of Jan. I 1 at the Denver University Has- Burial was in St. John., Catholic the Berry Family Trust. pital after a one-year battle with acute Cemetery with miliary rites provided Howard Stapleton, as executor oflymphocytic leukemia, by the VFW Post No. 6242. Harrison the will and of the estate of Marshall Joshua was born on May 13, 1981, Funeral Home, Beloit, was in charge Stapleton, deceased to Eugene inDenver, Colo., to Stephen Hadle and of arrangements. Bergman and PamelaBergman. S 63 Gayle Waugh. feet of Lots 5 and 6 in Block 24 in The family lived in Idaho Springs, Jewell City. Colo.; Gillette, Wyo.,; and Rapid City, The desk is a dangerous place from Bob G. Newell and Bonnie B. S.D. Most recently Joshua lived in which to watch the world. Ings, 800-327-0790; extension door, four speed manual. 402-879- regulations. Anexampleis "thespread- 4311. 22-3-2ping of manure on the land owned by livestock facilities would be limited to - BUILDING salel 30x40x10 1989 CHEVROLET 1500 pickup, protect water ways." ,995; 30x50x12 for $5,995; 91,000 miles, power windows and These new controls wiii likely pro- !4 for $7,850; 50x75x16 for locks, 454 angina, Michelin tires. WS duce more expenses for livestock pro- tWLexposure -topper, 402-870-3515.22-2-tfc ducers in this county, the state and Guaranteed prices $500 under competitionY 1- .premiersteel.org BROS. Bull sale. 130 and 50 Charolais: yearlings arlings. Saturday, Jan. 27, Lincoln County Fair- North Platte, Nob, Call for Jud, 308-532-2100, Jeff, FOR SALE: Ortable generator with CUrnseh motor. 4000 watt aual, 5000 watt surge, volts, used very little, for of camping. g315 (work) 12-879_4 t95 (home) 1999 SUZUKI Grand Vitara. v-6, 4x4, across the nation. Hopefully there will 5 speed, 24,000 miles, tow package, be some common sense approach to full power, alloy wheels, AM-FM cas- these regulations but one never knows. sette, tinted windows. Full five year, The EPA will take public comment 75,000 mile factory warranty. Must for 120 days and will be holding public selll $17,000 or best offer. 402-225- meetings on the new proposal. Addi- 2135. Leave message. 22-42-ffp 24-Real Estate 1890 VICTORIAN ERA cottage in for Rent Superior, high ceilin.~s and nice de- tails. Two bedroom, hving and dining 10 X 26 - $45 per month rooms. New stove and refrigerator in 10 X 20 - $40 per month the k~chen. Front and back porch. 10 X 10 - $35 per month Detached garage. Large trees, big 6 X 7 - $20 per month lot. Terms. Priced to sell. 402-879- 3054. 24-3-4c or $200 per year Where buyers meet sellers, in The Phone Express Classifieds. 402-279-2415 Join a Winning Team!!! onklin Cars Hutchinson! are now accepting tions in our Nursing Department IN, LPN, Nursing rot, full and .= positions , benefits for L both. For more Information, contact Judy at 402-365-7237 2-3C ' Master Honda Technician Wanted Immediately We need a highly trained, motivated individual that can work in a "team" shop. Must have an ASE certification and Honda experience. We offer: * Salary Based on Experience Comprehensive Benefit Package Friendly Working Environment Quality Equipment Retirement Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation Help with Re-location expenses Comprehensive Factory Training Program Give us a call Today! Chris Vick, Service Manager 316-662-4467 lings each spring for a variety of con- servation-related benefits," The service's tree-planting program will ship the prizes in April. PARKVIEW HAVEN NURSING HOME, DESHLER, NEB. Parkview Haven offers an employee benefit plan for both full and part-time employees, including employer paid life and disability insurance, vacation, holiday, sick, personal, bereavement leave, every other weekend/holiday scheduling. Employer/employee retirement, head, cancer, individual health insurance. Competitive wages. Current openings In nuraing department. Full/part-time nursing assistant Full/part-time LPN For more Information, contact Judy at 402-365-7237 32-Ire Real For Sale We have several fine houses in Superior and area. REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker Made Mikkelsen, salesperson 402-879-4464 Katdna Hansen, salesperson 402-879-4464 Oscar Tegtmeier, s.alesperson 402-364-2574 Dave Autrey, salesperson 402-879-39t 3 Selma Ferguson, salesperson 402-225-3641 Barb Bothwell, salesperson 785-378-3833 t,~-,~ II I ' ' If you are not receiving each week, you are missing the news, features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. One Year in Kansas, $19.06' *includes Kansas Sales Tax Year in Nebraska $18 One Year in other States, $24.50 Enter My Subscription to Jewell County Record Name: Address .State_____ Zip Amount New Renew L .J PO Box 408 Supedor, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 PO Box 305 Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3191