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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 30, 2003 )1 or o u 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 ad ;ndar 11 a.m.,i ~eal ti ,11 a.m.,t Sullivan telsen Re =barge. -18, lOa.~ )n Consig~ consign ;tack and sehold a~ .ants are n to be adve 3mery 40; ;1402-746 46-2620: Ir. tCH 12,-~ ~nt and miJ pe, threej th and 1/1 r miles wed 2 mile v~ qeal Estat ld nsignmen~ 18, 9:3 auction. , Saturday )ontact au ger, Roy= 323 or 40'~ fformatk uction.c0 .4o2-87g 14- -t22, 10 3rth, 3/4 ement au JD630, )7 Cadill; 1 and liv( POOLS! - only $82911t toverstocked with leftover, poolsl Huge, 31x19 foot sundeck, fence, filter only 100 financing-W.A.C-installa- Call now, 800-852- area. Establish your own ~snUrsing home. Custom designed ible, five bedroom Wardcraft Former hospital administrator provide design assistance. 800- 9090. .Feed and Seed fRaUD bales of prairie hay and for sale. Call 402-879-4881. 21-5-tfc tNSTALKS FOR rent, is fenced has water. 402-257-2200. 21-4-2c cles ~T FORTIES, early fifties ~ rolet. Must be drivable. 402-463- 22-3-4p 4OSKINS AUTO SALES rIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-ffc R-- Estate --~PLETELY RESTORED, five ~om house for sale. by owner aays 402-469-6223, evenings ~79-4208. 24-18-ffc 'Notice ds, colic(. NUCKOLLS County Free Im- md Mrs. ~ Nation Clinic will be held the first ;ry AuctiaJ !nesday at Brodstone Memorial p_ital from 2-4 p m Bring immuni- 1~ ~n records. Chicken pox vaccine )wout spe! available, ohone 402-879-3910 ty buddy mforma - v" l in]i tion. Sponsored by ~eat. 80~Stone Memonal Home Health I web si~._.____ . 26-oamc Cornsto kWin i, Fes- ~nursdey-Sunday, June 12-15 ;, laying_| L omstock Rock, Friday-Sun- k tank F~ July 18-20 Visit our website at ,61. le~dmillfes t ival. c o m, ~tOckrock.com, or call 800 658- star sale,ta Order 8-3597 o~" ur~ camp sites and tickets MEN:sto the Classifieds a try, you'll be ~ags. 40~ ;antly surprised. 16" __ me 402-879-3291 to place your brands hess Classified. 36-Thank You THE FAMILY of Irvin E. Davis would like to thank you for your prayers, words of encouragement, memori- als, flowers and food during dad's illness and since his death Your many acts of kindness are greatly appreci- ated and mean a lot to us. Dean, Joann and Shaun Davis. 36-5-1p WE WOULD like to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their car- ing and kindness shown during the illness and death of our brother, Max Sloane. Special thanks to Dr. Blecha. Virginia and Sam Willett and family. 36-5-1 p I WOULD like to thank everyone for your prayers, visits, gifts and calls of concem. A special thanks to Pastor Mark Diehl for your concern and prayers. A big thank you to my family for being there for me. To Linda Hoins and Jana Chase, thanks for your vis- its and home baked goodies. Marie Mikkelsen. 36-5- lc Letters To The Editor Editor: Every business is looking for acom- petitive edge--so ns every state. And right now, Kansas is falling behind. Until all Kansans, in communities large and small, have access to broadband technology, we are not fully preparing ourselves for the future, Broadband technology, or high- speed interact access, is important to every state's econonly, It allows busi- nesses to run their dey-to-day opera- tions more effectively and efficiently. It holds the promise of new markets and access to new customers. In December, 2001, Area Develop- ment magazine surveyed corpgrate relocation professionals. One of the strongest factors in deciding where to do business was the availability to tele- communications services. Right now, that availability is limited at best--more than 100 Kansas cities do not have access to high-speed DSL Internet ser- vice. Ensuring that all communities have broadband will create new jobs and generate more tax revenue. The tele- communications and technology sec- tors account for at least 25 percent of overall economic growth in the United States, m~ it.the driving force in the economy m recent years. Evenit small number of jobs can have a sig- nificant impact on a community's economy. For example, creating 25 positions that pay $30,000 a year (the state average) can have a ripple effect of more than $2 million as those dol- lars are spent--and spent again---lo- cally. Laws on broadband fairness en- courage investment in the technology by applying the same rules to all pro- viders of high-speed internet, whether they are cable, phone, satellite or wire- ~44-9092; - less companies. Today in Kansas, only 1~ ~ ,I Rhone companies have no assurance ~tes,~use~ WePrint II ihat state regulators won't order them ~ailable ~ |l~si~""" el,,.,j.. [I to break up their broadband network ~ -.~o 1,a~ml, a~ II andsell it piecemeal to competitors at 1~ mperio. =,,k,,,,-,,, r,, II break-even or below cost rates. With ,," "_ "_ _" " " _"_"_' = "'" 11 that disincentive, it's no wonder that loners. ! 4UZ-.879-3292 .Jl broadbandisn'tmore widely available ~ave yo ribr Pu~ . ~. = ~-, I_ m ~ I 3291. ,. For Prompt Remova uead Cattle and Horses irecTV mths fro due! Un annels! ~nd pac a. Limite( ht place ~ss Class Dr i:ep~ : me] rices I1, 689 OF! IG ?' ee;: ! n skil i6 Please call Frank at: S&S By-Products: 1-800-919-8360 ;Day Service 7 Day - 24 Hour :roe Removal of Cattle Phone Service k~F Charge per horse rank and Cindy Swendroski - Owners and Operators'-.Hastings, Neb. Agent for Nebraska By-Products - Lexington, Nob. SUPERIOR SPECIALS tEE BEDROOM HOME with three baths over 2,000 square foot of /zng space plus a finished basement and a third floor that has lots o! ~ssibilities. ~R BEDROOM TWO story home recently repainted inside and out. ew two car garage with room for a shop. 0 BEDROOM RANCH with a full finished basement. Lots of possibili- es br only $30,000.00. IE STORY FOUR bedroom home with kitchen, dining and living room ~nd bath. Call for further details. ~~r .ORY HOME witha one car garage and small front yard, No steps. ~he price includes the appliances. ~)TORY1 1/2 baths, finished basement, new ATTACHED garage mace and air conditioning. IE ~TORY TWO bedroom home with attached garage, gas forced air ~lus solar panels and full basement. All yeu need to know about buying or selling Real Estate is Amedom .Eagle lty, mn. 808 N. Kansas, PO Box 265. Superior, Neb. 68978 Call sny of the, following people to help with your Real Estate Needs. Word, Broker: Licensed Nebraska and Kansas, Phone: 402-879-4077 i~de ghrmleher: Auctioneer and Associate Broker. Licensed in Nebraska, Phone: 402-225-4292 E-M~Ut in our state. It' s time for Kansas state legislators to eliminate that uncertainty by pro- viding rules that will stimulate broad- band investment. Making broadband more available across the state will benefit Kansans by stimulating com- petition, expanding choice, and moti- vating continued investment. Cindy Zapletai Southwestern Bell Company Silver Haired Legislature Those interested in being an advo- cate for elder rights and issues in Kan- sas may want to join the Kansas Silver Haired Legislature. Elections for Kansas Silver Haired Legislature members are March 18 at sites across Kansas. The deadline for filing as a candidate is Feb. 28. Any .Kansan, 60 and older, who is a registered voter may file for candi- dacy. The term of office is two years and members may be re-elected for three successive terms. The Kansas Silver Haired Legisla- ture ~s a unicameral legislature com- posed of 125 representatives, elected from their county residence. Wyandotte. Johnson, Shawnee and Sedgwick counties have five additional delegates. The legislature provides an educational experience in the political process and provides an opportunity to identify priority concerns of Kansas senior citizens. The SHL develops bills and resolutions which are presented to the Kansas Legislature and the Gover- nor as recommendations for state policy. What the world needs today lions of honest, average citizens. Cattlemen meet in Obituaries The annual Cattlemen's Seedstock Showcase and Conference is Feb. 10 at the Phillips County Fairgrounds in Phillipsburg. The conference and trade show fea- tures breeding stock displays from pro- gressive seedstock producers through- out the region, said BOb Broweleit, a K-State Research and Extension agri- culture agent in Phillips County. This is the third year this conference has been held. "This is an excellent opportunity for ranchers to make contact with seedstoek producers and see what they have to offer their operation," Broweleit said. The conference is free, and lunch is provided by event exhibitors. Featured speakers will include these specialists: Dwayne Rice, a range manage- ment specialist with the Natural Re- source Conservation Service in Kan- sas. Patrick Reece, rangeland ecolo- gist with the University of Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center Craig Iwanski, co-owner of Cen- tral Veterinary Services, Stockton, Kan., who specializes in beef produc- tion medicine and reproduction Sandy Johnson, livestock special- ist with K-State Research and Exten- sion, who has conducted research re- garding estrous synchronization and cow-calf management For more information, interested persons should call the Phillips County Extension office. More information on beef production is available on the World Wide Weh at http:// www.oznet.ksu.edu/dp_ansi/nletter/ beeftips.htm. Martha Washington was not the only wife to follow her husband to Valley Forge during the Continental Army's encampment in the winter of 1777-1778. Soldiers' wives provided important assistance there as they nursed the sick and sewed and washed the men' s clothes, For all their"tfforts, the"women received only half a soldier's daily ration. I Jewell County Memories 100 Years Ago The Eastern Stat ladies of Mankato have changed their meetings from 2:30 pm to 7 in the evenings. B.P. Frost, Esbon, closed a deal with E. Paxson to sell Frost's 80 in White Mound for $2,000. The Jewell people are asking Gov. Bailey to appoint J,W. Berry a regent of the State Agricultural College, Man- hattan. Both Mr. and Mrs. Berry are graduates of that college and Mr. Berry is the builder of one of the large build, ings there. "A barber in Jewell County was arrested and fined $3.45 for rising the same towel on two customers and yet several fellows will drink out of the same bottle and think nothing of it. But then, towels and bottles are quite dif- ferent." Burr Oak Herald. The Rock Island has been awarded the contract to carry the United States soldiers and. sailors across the conti- nent. The Santa Fe formerly held the contract. 80 Years Ago Boys and dads met at the Ionia School to organize calf and pig clubs. Pig club members are Robert Boyer, Virgil Bell. Linden Sample, Carl Miller, Lyle Dugger. Kenneth Sipe, Rollo Wilson. Lester Broyles, Lloyd Nelson, Rollo Dietz. The next meeting will be Feb. 15 to organize a calf club. Prof. Lipper, Mank'ato, died of ap- pendicitis. He leaves three children fatherless and motherless. The Jewell Athletic Club won a basketball game with Montrose by a score of 37 to 20 at Montrose Thursday night. The Merchants of Glasco have gone on a cash only basis. Some day it is going to get to rain- ing and folks will be afraid it will never stop. The new apartment house in Man- kate will contain 200 rooms. It stands on the .site of the old Johns' House. The family of George Vance Jr. are under quarantine for scarlet fever. The Bryant school is closed due to the dis- case. 60 Years Ago Bob Monroe writes that one boy in hi~ Company got a box of cup cakes from his mother. They lasted one minute and 20 seconds. Because of the war there will be no Kansas Day celebration held, "But don't forget that Kansas started the freedom idea and is still for it." Perry O. Green, celebrated his 97th birthday. He is the father of Mrs. Roy Haggart, Mankato and the uncle of E.O. Green, Mankato, Wesley Greene, Jewell and Chris Green of Courtland. Perry Green is a Civil War veteran and served with the 45th regiment of Iowa Infantry Company G. He moved to Mankato in 1887 from Jefferson County, Iowa. Thirty-three Kansas newspapers suspended publication last year. Elmer McCorkle, of the northwest part of Calvin Township, is one of the real old settlers here, having come here in 1871, He has lived on the same place all this time. He has been out of the county once and that was in 1887 when he went to Nebraska to husk corn. He rode a train once and that was on a freight car for a short distance in Jewell when he helped unload brick for the Robertson store. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bohnert have three sons in the Army now, and two more may go soon--"AII the fine young men.., 40 Years Ago John Deere Day at Newell Imp. Co., MankatQ. There will be a free picture show at the Ute Theatre, 9:30 a.m. and I p.m., Wednesday. A lunch will be served at noon at the business. The second annual ABC Sanctioned Jewell County Bowling Association Tournament was held at the Ranch Bowl, Mankato. First place winner was Kiers Grocery 5-man team; M. Alexander and Jack Morris, 2-man team; Glenn Topliff, 646 individual; Gerald McAtee, 1833 all events. Jack Morris received awards for high tour- ~3~[~lh~am of 233 ~md for high tour- nameut series, 611. The Mankato Speed Wash will be closed two days for installation new equipment and remodeling. The Russell Ralph Construction Co. workers are nearing the completion of the job of pouring concrete at the over- pass west of Formoso. ~Claycamp was united in mar- riage to Larry Hanson at the American Lutheran Church, Mankato. Wade Alexander and Marilyn Hamilton entertained their second grade class to a birthday party at the VFW Hall, Mankato. 20 Years Ago The Kansas Bankers Award win- ners in Jewell County were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothehild, Willard John son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle PoweR. Five inches of snow fell in Mankato. Fifty hogs; seven sows and their baby pigs were killed when a building caught fire at the Ray Smith farm. Jewell County LTC conducted a Rock and Roll Jamboree "They'll be rocking in the rocking chair and rolling in their wheel chairs to benefit the American Heart Association." Jewell boys won the Pike Trail League Tournament by defeating Pike Valley 62-57 in the championship game. Waconda East girls won first place in the tournament. Darrell Miller, Jewell County At- torney, has moved his law office to 208 N. Commercial, Mankato. The office was formerly located in the Farmway Credit Union Building. Miller has been practicing law in Mankato since August 1976 and has held the office as the county attorney since 1977. The Millers purchased the office building from Robert Meyer, who will be mov- ing to Estes Park, Colo., where he will establish a law practice in partnership with his daughter, Camilla Saint, at Freddrick, C01o. Meyers practiced law in Mankato 32 years and was county attorney 24 years. 10 Years Ago The flu bug bit more than 120 Jew- ell County students the last week of January and continued in almost epi- demic form into February. Melissa Nutty and Sam Bowles were Winter Homecoming royalty at JeweU. Frank Shelter took on a new role as regional operations and tech servmce leader for north central Kansas and south central Nebraska for Koch Agri Services. Casey Enyeart had a role in the musical at Lindsborg, Birth: Chel~y Rao Greene to Scott and Janelle Groene. John Daniel Huntsinger and Scott Brown both advanced to the State Hoop-Shoot competition at Keamey. One If'ear Ago The City of Jewell received notice of a bequest from the Ula Maag Estate. Barbara Longenecker, a nurse prac- titioner from doncordia, was ai the Jewell County Rural Health Clinic. Betty Hobelman assumed the full- time secretarial duties at Jewell County Extension office. Kenneth Reynolds Kenneth E. Reynolds, 71, Abilene, died Jan. 15 at Memorial Hospital, Abilene. He was born July 22,193 l, at Cuba, the son of Herbert and Eleanor (Klaumann) Reynolds. He graduated from Cuba High School. March 4, 1951, he married Shirley Kindler at Lebanon. They lived in Cuba five years moving to Illinois where he worked with registered cattle as a herdsman. He later worked at the Carl Sandberg Jr. College, Galesburg, I11., as a maintenance man. They moved to Abilene in 1995. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Abilene, a member of the Good Sams Recreational Ve- hicle Club since 1972, serving as Illi- nois Assistant State Director, State Patch Packer, and Illinois State Direc- tor. After moving to Abilene he was Kansas Assistant State Director for six years. He was also a member of the Air Capital Carnival Glass Club. Surviving besides bis wife are a son, Larry, Tonganoxie; a daughter, Linda Gleason, St. John; two brothers, Ray Reynolds, Agenda, and Caret Reynolds, Derby; and four grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Leroy Reynolds. Services were at First United Meth- odist Church, Jan. 2Owith the Rei,. Rick Saylor officiating. Graveside services and burial were in Esbon Cem- etery, Esbon. Martin-Becker-Carlson Funeral Home, Abilene, was in charge of ar- rangements. Ryan Struckhoff Ryan John Struckhoff, 17, Kensington, died Jan. 21 at Good Sa- maritan Hospital, Kearney, Neb. He was born Jan. 14, 1986, at St. Anthony Hospital in Hays to John and Bobbi Struckhoff, Kensington. Ryan became a confirmed member of the Kensington United Church where he was a junior deacon. At Kensington High School he was a member of KAYs, FFA, SADD and Pep-Club. He participated in football, basketball, track and golf. Survivors include his parents; sis- ters Aly ssa and Ashley; brothers Ragen III I I i and Reece, all of the home;, grandpar- ents, Milton and Charlotte Detwiler and Bob and Barbara Struckhoff, all of Athol; great-grandparents, Maude Keller, Lebanon, and Dale and Dor- othy Detwiler, Kensington. Services were Monday at' Kensington High School Gym with Pastors Dale McCain and Lance McDoweli presiding. Burial was in the Myer-Pleasant View Cemetery, Athol. Simmons Mortuary w~ in charge of arrangements. Duane Snyder Duane H. Snydcr, 73, M:mk ate, died Jan. 27 at Lincoln, Neb. A memorial service is at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Friday) at Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today (Thursday) at MelbyMortuary, Mankato. Internment will he. ~ Belleville Cemetery. Dennis Zachgo Dennis Keith Zachgo, 53, Tipton, died at his home Jan. 19. He was born Feb. 16,1949, to LeRoy and Bonita Mintier Zachgo. He attended school at Vesper Grade and High School and Sylvan Unified High School. He played college foot- ball at College of Emporia and at- tended Fort Hays State University. On Aug. 7, 1971,. Dennis married Twila Ulin. The couple resided at Hays, where Dennis worked for Allied Con- struction Co In 1973 they moved to Tipton where he worked for Kent Manufacturing and Treb Construction. During this time he also farmed with his father-in-law, Woody Ulin. At the time of his death he was manager at the Farmway Coop Elevator, Hunter, where he worked for the past 15 years. Dennis attended Grace Chapel United Methodist Church, Hunter, and was a member of the Tipton Lions Club. He was on the school council, was the city judge, an EMT for Tipton, and a volunteer fireman for Tipton and Hunter. His hobbies included hunting, fishing and golfing. Preceding him in death were a brother, Larry, and his parents. Survivors include his wife of Tipton, two sons, Brian, Fort Atkinson, Wis., and Kelly, Geneva, Neb.; a daughter. Amber, Manhattan; two grandchildren; a brother, Ron, Salina; and a sister, i Trish Waterman, Jewell. I The funeral was Jan. 22 at Grace ', Chapel United Methodist Church, ', Hunter, with Marian Walker officiat- ~ lug. Burial was in Greenwood Cem- t etery, Hunter. Arrangements were made byi Domoney Mortuary, Downs. | Laurrita Yarber, Laurrita D. Yarber, 82, died Jan. 22, at Long Term Care Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was born Sept. 17, 1920, in Randall, the daughter of Miles McCracken Thornton and Loeta Dell Espelund. She married Floyd H. Yarber. He , ~," ~\t'~g 26,~1983. She was a lifetime rcsideut of Randall, except during her husband's military career when they traveled the world. After herhusband's retirement, she returned to Randall, where she lived until moving to Mitch- ell County Hospital Long Term Care. Survivors include two sisters, Lueile Plowman, San Leandro, Calif.; Flo- rence Fitch, Poi'tland, Ore.; and a brother, Melvin Thornton, Randall. She was preceded in death by par- ents, three brothers and a sister. Private family services are planned at a later date. Burial will be in West Lutheran Cemetery, Randall. Blachly and Buoy Funeral Home, Jamestown, are in charge ~f arrange- ments. Shortline owner wants to upgrade 83-mile rail line Community leaders from' three counties along with representatives of the Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad have begun discussion on how im- prove the rail line from Salina to Osborne. Watch Transportation Services (WATCO) purchased the short-line railroad in July, 2001. The company is said to be the largest privately held short-line railroad in the United States. The 83-mile Osborne branch also serves the communitie~ of Westfall, Lincoln, Denmark, Hunter, Tipton and Corinth. Ninety-five percent of the freight carried by the line ~s agricul- tural. WATCO has said a way must be found tO diversify the shipments and eliminate the peaks and valleys. Board Certlfl2vda H:glethaCi?;e pr. DO0o Calderj n M.D. services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Creslvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology,. EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ................................ Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kuffy, M.D ................................................................................. C0rdilgy Gary Chingren, M.D ............................................................................. Orthopedics Judith Butler, M,D ............................................................................ Family Practice Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................... Family Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato 785-378-3511 i Jewell County Hospital 1t30 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137 i i ~== Record Book= Record Books Phone 402-879-3291 .y 148 E. Third-Superior, Neb. ' :'l, dewell Co.Record , r-~ltl. ;, Phone785-378-3191 ,=," ~ ' " ' 111 E, Main-Mankato, Kan.