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'A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 23, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad Sale buildings ~,rch-style ~r strong, sign. Save ?'8-3597 o~ bags ~ I brands 0 544-9092 1( al HONDA CRF450R-03, $5,495 Honda performance first. Garber's 402-729-2294 23-4-1 c --eal Estate ~SINESS FOR sale by owner. mdowner Bar and Grill, Chester, ~b. Established bar, gdll and liquor >re. Excellent location on Highway ,8 and Kansas state line. Fun at- )Sphere, good income Call Lora ttsch at 402-324-4215 or 402-324- 35. 24-2-3c 36-Thank You WE WOULD like to say a special thank you to Dr. Blecha and the staff of Brodstone Hospital for the excel- lent care we received with the birth of our son. Your care and kindness is greatly appreciated. Dr Robert, Ged and Anc Leibel. 36-4-1p I WOULD like to thank Dr Anderson, the doctors and the nursing staff of the Thayer County Health Services for their excellent care during my re- cent hospitalization. Also, many thanks to all my friends, family and Pastor Diehl for the cards, phone calls and prayers dudng this time. It ates usd~TELY RESiORED, five was truly appreciated. Donna Cox. ivailable =lmOOm house for sale by owner. 36-4-1c II days 402 469-6223, evenin ....... I"6~ 8 " 24-18-ffCgS A B~~my ~ ~?" fdends for the visits, calls, cards, food -lave your~.lkl~ and prayers while in the hospital and ~Tor ('u?0KP"mOUce at home. A special thanks to Celeste .3291 W N SH "_3291,'_W~w Saturday, Jan 25, 9 and Dr. Leibel and nursing staff for r truc~.,. ~. to 5 O[ m theircare andconcems. Phyllis Doyle - 16-1~," t o_o p . and Sunday, Jan. 26, 9 36-4-1 p ______~_~. to 4 p.m., Ag Hall, State Fair in stock t~rk, Lincoln, Neb. Modem and Buy it! Sell itt Find itt In The Express m~rPub,lt~k powder trade fair. $3 admis- Classifieds,402-879-3291 or913-378- .... " ~'6.~n. " , 3705. ICCESS~ es, a w OUrthous News a-law ad O in custo i ellCounty x credits ~90. ~ , Okla., speeding, 80-60, $149. THE FAMILY of Steve Dahl would like to thank you for cards, calls, flow- ers, memorials, prayers, visits and food during the time of Steve's death Your thoughtfulness meant so much to us John and Deloris Dahl and Bob Dahl, Dave and LaVeme Dahl, Tom and Paula Dahl and Diane and Steve Brestol and families. 36-4-1p I WOULD like to thank everyone for their kindness shown to me at the loss of my son, Don A. Gray Jr. Thank you for your prayers, calls, cards, visits and memorials Also, I thank you, my chumh family, The Chumh of Chnst, for everything you have done for me. The Lord loaned Don Jr. to us for a while and he has gone home. God bless you all. Love in Christ's name, Lillian Gray. 36-4-1p WE WOULD like to thank everyone for the gifts, cards and phone calls and for attending our 55th anniver- sary celebration. Special thanks to Thelma and Frank Shelton for plan- ning the surprise party forus. Phyllis and Junior Wilson 36-4- lc Clean out the attic or basement and sell all those unused items in The Express Classifieds. Phone 402-879-3291 to place your ad. Think twice before you throw it away! Sell it with a Classified Ad. Phone 402-879-3291. III I I Obituaries Irvin Davis Irvin "Irv" E. Davis, 83, Good Sa- maritan Village, Perkins Pavillion, Hastings, died Jan. 13. Irv was born May 27, 1919, to John H. and Kate (Williams)Davis in rural Fairfield, Neb. May 1,0, 1949, he mar- ried Isabelle Schumann. He farmed near Spring Ranch all of his life. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church west of GlenviI,Neb., and a lifetime member of Eagles. He was preceded in death by six sisters and two brothers. Survivors include his wife, Isabelle, Good Samaritan Village Perkins Pavillion, Hastings; two daughters, Deanna K. Steier and Debra E. Shaw, both of Kearney, Neb.;a son, Irv!n D. "Dean" Davis, Mankato; a sister, Elva Kailey, York, Neb.; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Services were Jan. 18 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Gienvil, Neh., with the Revs. Les and Bonnie Larsen offi- ciating. Burial was in St. Paul's Luth- eran Cemetery. Brand-Wilson Funeral Home, Hastings, was in charge of ar- rangements. ReX Orauerholz Rex D. Grauerholz, 82, died Jan. 15 at InfiniaHealth Center, McPherson. He was born June 5,19.20, at Esbon to Edward Grauerholz and Stella Sholes. He retired from US Air Force as a Major and served during World War 1I and the Korean Conflict. Feb. 7, 1942, he married Iris G. Frost at Lebanon. For a time they lived at Colby and moved to McPherson in 1956. He was vice president of research and devel- opment at Alliance Insurance Compa- nies. tu Str~in~ - 'Register of Deeds "': ..^~:J William R Hinken and Rae Ellen ~ct ~zuu k .,,; .^_~n entoDaleMichels, Tmsteeofthe =" ='Llchels - nn ~'7,~ ql~ Family Trust, SE 114 of Sec- ._mi_r_t~n 6, Township 3S, Range 6W '~ ~ ~ Wi " .~ lham R. Hinken and Rae Ellen ildings!!! ~nken to Roger R. McCollough, SE 6-0x96[ 61~160x96, 6~o:of Section 13, Townshl"p 4S, Ran g e )x208 and qless a tract of land. ~e discoulRobert L. Angleton and Delores D. ,livery 80( gleton; and Robert L. Angleton as ;todian for Justin Angelton to Matt -- '.rce, a tract of land in the NE 1/4 of eds. Affov :tion 17, Township 3S, Range 8W. ~me. Pay Richard L. Wilson and Annie J. Free cole =son to Annie J Wilson, trustee 842-1305 :ler the Annie J. Wilson living trust ~eement, an undivided 20 percent Seed crest in: w 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of rent, is f~ :lion 14,Township IS,Range 10W; ~.57 -2200_.~ ~emment lots 3,4, 5 and 6 of Section lOWnship IS, Range 9W; S I/2 of 21 =SE 1/4 of Section 1, Township IS, ge 10W; SW 1/4 of Section 11, /.nship IS, Range 10W. .o~!~ ~,~h'~'L. Wilson and Anni'e J. iwable. 4~ sol~ f'dq~ichard L. Wilson, trustee er the Richard L. Wilson living a agreement, an undivided 80 per- t interest in W I/2 of the NE 1/4 of AUTI '.tion 14,Township IS,Range 10W; Matt P, Bratten, Ashton, Neb., driv- ing commercial vehicle Without license. suspended license. Montgomery T.'Manning, Esbon. speeding, 85-55, $239 diversion. Marriage License Edward Joseph Peters, Formoso, and Niki Lynn Wessels, F0rmoso. Accidents Jan 16 at approximately 8 a.m, on County Road M, 1.9 Miles west from K128, Josh D. Hancock, Esbon, driv- ing a 1965 pickup had to clear frost from windshield. Christopher J. Hancock, Esbon, driving a 1985 pickup, did not notice that the first pickup had stopped and was unable to stop or avoid hitting the pickup driven by Josh Hancock. Accident investi- gated by Baird. Injured was taken by private vehicle to Jewell County Hos- pital. Jan. 17 at approximately 10:10 p.m at milepost 200,1 on US36, Brigitte L. Lyon, Smith Center, driving a 1994 Ford pickup, was unable to avoid hit- ting a deer that was crossing the road. Accident investigated by Baird. Dam- ages exceeded $500. Jan. 19 at approximately 2:20 p.m. - O ',eminent lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Section "O OWnshiplS, Range9w;S l/2ofthe 1/2 miles south from Mankato, Dean Leroy Langley, Mankato, driving a 1/4 of Section 1, Township IS, 1984Jeep, wasbackingupinthedrive- ! AND $~ge 10W. Tract IV: SW 1/4 of Sec- way and backed into a parked 2003 T p 1 I, Township 1 S, Range 10W. Chevrolet pickup registered to Heath }, Traffic =tings Ave~James H. Booth, Jr., Wilburton, M. Dewey, Braman, Okla., that was Neb. L parked in driveway Damages exceeded $500. Accident investigated by Alley. 53-1466 ~ +-,+ etters To The Editor eess Clas !EL SlDI~ rands ement Winl Roofing S - INSU vstallatie ' New ConSl ,260-14 IgO )er mo )ermo )er m0 )er mo le tor: rhought you might like this article ~t Steven Blair. ne was raised on a farm near ~!!, his parents are Bernard (de- and Wilton Blair now of Blue ;teve is my oldest brother. Marjo Kort Reprinted from People Magazine :. 2.) ness by measuring subjects' treadmill performances, carries weight with his colleagues, "Steve is brilliant and has common sense/' says Dr. Kelly Brownell, director of Yale'sCenter for Eating and Weight Disorders. "His studies are important because they are an objective measure of fimess." Growing up in noah Kansas, Blair "was always short and stocky," he says, but the calories he burned working on his family's farm kept obesity at bay. He started gaining in the '80s after scaling back his daily 10-mile runs. In He Ain't Heavy 1995, more than 30 lbs. heavier, Blair, ~!,but fit? Researcher Steve Blair who has a Ph.D. in physical education !t Spossible, andhe'sgotthedata, and has worked in epidemiology at tbe he biceps, to pi'ove it .... Cooper Institute since 1980, began to tev.e.nBlair could be a post~ cm.m focus on fat-and-fitness research. Next ~thy living. He watches what iae up for the weight crusader, who lives eavy on fruits, veggies andwhole in Dallas with wife, Jane, 62, a school ks, and runs four miles a day. His psyrhologist, is a study on the healthy or says he s fit as a fiddle. But effects of abdominal girth. 'Tin not e.Blairis 5 4" tall and weights 195 saying eat, drink, be merry and get as the National Institutes of g-Iealth's fat as you want,' he says."But at some Y Mass Index (BMI)has a differ- point we have to say, 'Get a life', escription for him: obese. . instead of obsessing about every ~at chance, says Blair, who is oe- ounce." ~g his career to proving that health S~andiaferry began (~iu measured by getting on a scale. t.~rector of research at the Cooper operation In 1871 ttute in Dallas, Blair has studied 35,000 subjects to deter- Ferry service across the Republi- composition and fit- mortality rates. His find- people who exer- five longer than who do not. In can be fat and fit. IGib~on? Sure," "But we need to change perception of being obese." work, which assesses fit- can River at Scandia was first offered in the late spring of ! 871. The ferry operated where the banks were low west of the Methodist church. Construction of the community's first steel bridge overthe riverbegan in 1881. That bridge was used until de- stroyed by flood waters on June 2, 1935. The most recent bridge was opened to traffic in November. Estate 464 464 ;aJespe~ 541 des~rso~ For Prompt Removal Of Dead Cattle and Horses Please call Frank at: S&S By-Products: 1-800-919-8360 6 Day Service 7 Day - 24 Hour Free Removal of Cattle Phone Service $50 Charge per horse . i Frank and Cindy Swenorosk - Owners and Operators -.Hastings, Neb. Agent for Nebraska By-Products - Lexington, Neb. L Rex was a member of the First Untied Methodist Church, Masonic Where buyers meet sellers, in The Lodge No. 172, Isis Shrine Temple, Express Classifieds. Memorial Hospffal" Auxiliary, I II Jewell Coun--- - Memories 100 Years Ago The lawsuit between the Jewell and Jamestown football teams was decided Tuesday at Scandia in favor of Jewell. $75 was involved. The Burr Oak band rented the east room above Smith's store for a prac- tice hall. The Northbranch Friends Academy students went skating last Friday evening. F. Eaton, principal of Burr Oak Schools, reports enrollment at 168 in the high school. C.M~ Ross and-A