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I IIIII I III I ( I I Olive Hill By Ruth Hasemeyer I I III II I I~' Special music during the Sunday morning worship service was a vocal solo by Gloria Garman-Schlaefli, Ush- ers were Dwight Frost and Roger Wilton. Following the service a pot- luck dinner and business meeting was held in the church basement. Dwight Frost, Esbon, hu had knee Hastings, had dinner together at a Su- p~ior Care; Don brought the morning surgery. Visitors of Dee Ross the past w~e~_ message at the First Baptist Church.. have been Ruth Hale, Junial&~ PaulandLindaHutchinsop retumea Pettit, Connie Duffv, Patty Whitten, home Wednesday evening from a two c,,,ia,, ~h,.k ~h,,~.,;~ ~,~di,, ~,,mta Week vacation trip to Puerto Penesco and Loma Wilton i Mexico. They were houseguests f Callerson WilmaAn&ewstl~ ' ['aul'.s sister and br.other-in,law, week were Sharon Martin, Elizabeth go~nnu'ie and uruce ~napman, WhO and Lvle Reece, Mankato .... , ~lhe~ntertherce.achyear.While M~in and Bryan Boyles eall~ on' i[l!n:t~y~ ~ of fis.,hing. The tern- Gerald aM JacqueJine Boyles. ~ wlB~a oo aegrees. _. Donna Hanna, Riley, was aSaAur~ ~ ~/.~al!ers me past week m me day visitor Of her mother, Vent Dyci H~.n~Yer h~,were Janice, Met- Lacev Ward, Superior, ~r d u~a, t.acey aria ~ ward and ao Jamce and Rodney Ward, ~ grand- ~n ~ Joan ~ , daughter of Louie Jr, and Ruth I' i ,,, i r!aseme~r fraet~herwrial~.l!~ ~.a,..,.,..r~..--L..,~'~ evening while skating at the SiFnic t.Jl ~l.ltl~d 1.2,cJtttuuta Roller Skating Rink. By Ruth L. Obert ...... Hollie Wilson and friend, _~ ...... Netawaka, Kan.,werehouseguemof Mr. and MrL Gary Ritter, Jim and Marlene Stone. Darren and Jessica Thompson, Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson, Guide Rock. attended the wrestling meet and parents' night at Superior Monday evening. Their son and grandson. Aaron III Illl I II I homeofGerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Cl~mw..e and Ila Wilton accompa- nied l-htr61d and Lorna Wilton to the First Baptist Church, Superior, Sun- day*morning. Later the Wiltons, B.everly Rogers, Don Webber, Supe- rior, Marcia and Robbyn Kathman, Wakefield" Nab., and son, Michael, Lincoln, Nab., and Marcus Findley and friend, Hutchinson, Lucile Clark and Audrey Young all visited Maude Keller Saturday evening. Joyce Ritter visited Maude Keller. Thompson, participated in the meet. .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beck visited Jim, l.,esa and Tanelle Peroute, k,. Aui:~y Young. Esbon, were Saturday visitors in the Dorintha Standley and Kevin vis- I Northbranch ited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becker at Mankato. Sylvia Smith had eye surgery the past week. Audrey Young talked to her by phone several times. Dorintha Standley and Kevin ate dinner Sunday with Rodney Standley at Beloit. Rodney's son and daughter were also there. We've truly had January winter weather the past week. Snow, zero weather and wind. Chris Manchester visited at his home with Mr. and Mrs. Nell Manches- mr, Carte and Taz. Mr. and Mrs. Emie Kattenberg w~re supper guests of the 'Curtis Pemrsons. Bob Kattenberg was to come home from the hospital Monday to recuper- ate from his surgery. I Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbe Worci was received that Paul Johnson, Alta. Iowa, formally of Burr Oak, died Jan. 20. Paul was 102. He and his family lived in Burr Oak until moving to Iowa in the late 40s. He is ,Smedey Johttsotn' s uncle. Wiima Underwood is celebrating her 881h birthday this week. Oren and Carla took I~r to a Beloit cafe Saturday evening. Gone treated her to dinner Monday at a care in Mankato and Monday evening she was a supper guest of Mark and Laura and family in their howe. Pastor Laura Fricker and her family attended the Livestock Show in Den- ~r. After spending several weeks in the By Ruth Glover Only 37 were in Sunday School Sunday with several others coming later for worship service. ErmaDillon is the January greeter and ushers are Kermit Je ffery, Delben Bird, and Brad Jeffery. The two Bible studies are continuing, one on Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. and the other Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Friends Women met at the church with eight members attending. Marilyn C. Jeffery, president, presffted. The program and devotions were presented by Lila Smith. Ruth Glover was host- ess. Glenn Wallace is home after being in the hospital several days. His son, Mike, Salina. came and helped Betty get him home and settled in. Norman and Velma Lee Smack went to the home of their son, Herschel and family, at Mediapolis, Iowa. and accompanied them to Savannah, Ga., where they visited LaDoyt and Jeanette Mosier and family. Sunday evening th~,.~rie.nd8 Women's group is sponsoring ra-ehili and pie supper at the church at 6 p.m. This is a fund-raiser to supply materi- als for the hospital in Kibimba, Burundi, Africa. David and Mite Kellum are presently at Burundi helping with the mission work there. Jarett Yelken. 4, had a tonsillec- tomy recently. He is the son on Scott and Lori Yelken. Emily Diem was home from K- State for a few days. CaSE ~h This week's report from the Nenkgto .lc Commission Co., Inc. Week of Jan. 24 - Here are some sales. STEERS 13 mixed 468 103.00 8 blk 440 104.00 13 Charolais 614 84.10 7 blk 488 97.00 t7 blk 581 89.00 15 blk 744 80.00 15 blk 771 78.00 14 blk 670 83.00 16 blk 558 07.*30 28 blk 710 81.25 20 Gel. cross 807 78.00 14 blk 825 7e.oo 12 mixed 963 76,86~ HEIFERS 14 mixed 393 94.00 8 Charolats 549 88.00 7 blk 515 88.25 g mixed 544 86.50 15 mixed 955 73.00 11 blk 773 76.80 9 blk 538 87.25 11 bik 622 78.10 12 blk 736 78.50 15 mixed 838 76.50 38.00 44.75 ] Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785.545-8366 I Nell Dourly, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984.9545 I Jon Ruesetl, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mob/to 785-545-6105 I Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785.545.6784 1 Scott Greene, FMldman, 785-428-3533, Mob/to 785-545-8612 | Jeremy NelSon, 785.374-4277 ! HOU *** East Third and Highway 8, Suped0r, Nab. 68978 L/~Ung of ThurSdayi March 6 hospital, Wylie Knight is home recu- perating. Dorothy Frost, Esbon, was a patient in the hospital in Keamey and was moved to swing bed in the Superior hospital. Madeline McMains was an over- night patient in the Kearney Hospital. Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, and Josh Frasier, Salina, were weekend guests of their parents, Doug and Wanda Frasier. Alma Garman was hostess at coffee hour at the United Methodist Church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ord and boys, Maywood, Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barnes and Mr, and Mrs. Wendell Ord, Red Cloud, Neb. Sandra France was hostess to the Monday morning Bible Study. Betty and Harold Brown attended the RV meeting in Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. CfiffBarnes and Ruth Oliver were pizza guests of Cheryl and Morris Hillman. Joyce McNichols who is spending the winter in Yuma, Ariz., called Winnie McNichols Saturday and said it was 80 degrees there thai day. Philip and Wanda Wilson, High- lands Ranch, Colo., were weekend guests of Wait and Peggy Wilson. 4" Other guests were Woody and Beulah Wilson, Superior. Elizabeth Jeffery, Abilene, and Amy Toelkes, Merriam, were home over the weekend to help their mother Susan Diehl. who had shouldersurgery. She's home recuperating. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Zoe Williams. Junction City, has been entertaining her great-grandpar- ents. Charles and Roberta Holdren. while her motheris convalescing from surgery. A large crowd attended the Jewell Library fund-raising dinner Sunday at the community center. Wanda Russell. Concordia. and Harold and Dorothy Logan, Downs. visited Richard and Opal Brandon. Bernice Nulty's granddaughter and great-grandchildren from Nebraska visited her last week. A bridal shower for Amber Bartsch was atTrinity Methodist Church Sun- day afternoon. A~hber will marry Adam Loomis in April. Frank and Thelma Shelton and Ri- chard and Opal Brandon visited the Jeff Shelton home in Minden. Neb. Judy Burchett hosted a birthd~ay party for Evelyn Divel Jan. 23 at the Jewell Apartments dinning room. Marie and Mac McAtee assisted Judy with the event. Dorothy Borger called on Ilene Alcom. Ilene reports her sister-in- law. Monsolete Truby, Mankato fell and fractured her hip for a third time and is in the hospital in Hastings. Some readerswill be interested to know that "Candy," the dog of the .deceased Bub and Pam Williams died this week. She had her special route she took walking around Jewell and visiting her friends. Dinner guests at the Gerald and Marie McAtee home were Bruce and Cindy Barrett, JerodBarrett and friend Megan, Lee McMillan and. family. What a week this has been, sitting with a granddaughter, taking care of and learning the language of a 2-year old. To top things off, on the coldest day of the year, our furnace took a notion not to work. Oh well. Things are lookingbetter forthecoming week. John Edwards provided some his- tory about the two bridges northeast of Jewell: Feb. 9, 1906, Billy Edwards gave his consent for a public road through his land due east from the northeast comer of the town site to the section line. This will give all the East Buffalo crowd a short cut to the elevators, stock yards, mill and depot. On July 6, 1906, the county com- missioners met to see for themselves the needs and requirements of the pro- posed new road east from the northeast comer of the townsite half mile to the section line. Two bridges will be re- quired, a 70-foot span and a 44-foot span. It was believedthe commission- ers would establish the road, as it would be of much importance to the communities north and northeast of town. Every time they go to thedepot, elevators, stock yards or the mill, they would save two miles of travel by this road. On July 13,1906, commissioners granted the road through Billy Edwards'. Wm. Cameron's and J. W. Glover's land northeast of town. It will probably take six months to get the two new bridges in place. Dec. 7. 1906, the iron has been unloaded for the county bridges on the new road through Win. Edward's place. June 7, 1907 the two new iron bridges were put in on the new road across Billy Edwards' place. KDOT announces projects Kansas Department of Transporta- tion has awarded a bid for a local project in Mankato: .24 mile of curb and guttering in Mankato, west of High Street and east to Lincoln Street along Highway 36. Bryant & Bryant Construction, Inc., Halstead got the bid for $189.628.96. I Paradise |1 Velda Dahl and Denise Behrends, Webber were dinner guests of Ava Knarr. Alice Kadel entertained the Double D bridge club. Guests were Barbara Divel, Nadine Balch, Formoso, and Marilyn Denrio, Colorado. Lynell Sheahan will have the next meeting Feb.5. We were wonderingifwe should go, for it was snowing and cold. The sun came out bright before the after- noon was over. Arlene Ediger, Jamestown, and Charlotte Hansen went to Wichita. Arlene is taking a course at Friends Universary for her master of arts teach- ing. The course is by intemet. Carl, Marsha and Joel Knarr visited Ava Knarr. Carl stayed for the Super Bowl game. Cleta Mac Dalrymple has been ill since Christmas. (Last week's news) Daryl Clingman, Columbus, Ohio, came for the funeral of his aunt, Nella Rose Flinn. He visited Ava Knarr. Carl, Marsha and Joel Knarr had supper with them. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark attended the senior citizen dinner at the Jewell apartmerits. Carl and Ava Knarr were supper guests of Karolen and Galen Thacker, Salina, and stayed the weekend. Marsha and Joel Knarr visited Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Balch, Formoso to play bridge. Charlotte Hansen and Arlene Ediger, Jamestown, went to Hutchinson. Arlene presented a work shop at ESSAK on education chores. Charlotte shopped. Marjorie Hansel visited Pete Divel at the SalinaRegional Hospital in Salina where he is recovering from a broken hip. Marjorie attended a basketball game in Salina in which her grandson, Dane Baxa, was playing. An ice storm and light snow struck the area Wednesday night. It caused several car accidents. Karolen Thacker and Angela Reddick left Beloit at 4 p.m. and came upon a wreck on High- way 135. Until the ambulance arrived they assisted a driver who had over- turned his truck. They got to Salina at 7 p.m. JEWELL IMPLEMENT Company, Inc. \ "4Jwy. 14, Jewell, Kan. Office 785-428-3262 ............ .,.. case ~h Toll Free 1-877-428-3261 ii I I i ;rnith Tractor - Rod Goff -Mike Peters Sales Stauffer A TaADrrloN OF tA~RSmP We will-offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property located at the South end of Hartley Street in Superior, Nab., beginning at.l1:00 s.m. on: Tuesday, Feb.. 4, 2003 Lunch By J&P Gr~! TRACTORS 199t IHC 7110 tractor w~th cab. heat and air, 5,335 hours, 3-hydraulic, 3-point, front weights 18:4 x 38 rears. Serial Number: JSA0034709 199 t Case 7140 Magnum t/actor with cab. heat and air, with front wheel assist, monitor system, 6.400 hours, front we=ghts, 4-hydrsulic, 18:4 x 42-inch, Serial Number: JJA0033944 MACHINERY John Deero 7100 planter, 6-row, 36-inch To BE SOLO SEPARATE FROM Pt.~TE~ (6) Dawn no-till trash ripper units (6J Fertilizer furrow ol~ewers injector units BOTH CULTIVATORS H~VE BAR ROOM FOR 8"P~OW, 30-INCH 2001 Sukup cultivator 6-row, 36-inch, no-till Hleneker Model 6000 6-row wide. no-till cultivator with fertilizer attsohrnents Dawn opener li0uid injectors, two years old 1990 Kent held cultivator, 28-Iool Sunflower tandem disc, 21-1oo1 John Deere 6-row 654 crop head Ford 642 5-bottom semi-mounted plow Ashland 6.5 yard scape~' with front dolly Degalman dozer 10-foot. art. For Magnum tractor Saddle tanks and pumps for Magnum 1,500 gallon nurse tank 750 gallon nurse tank 1,000 gallon gravity flow statlonsary tank GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT 500 bushel United Grain cart with big float tires, niee-t0r Gravity flOW trailer. 400 bushat Gravity flow trs~er, 350 bushel, side dun~ with auger 2000 Demco 365 boshel side dump trsller Parker 265 bushel side dump trailer Westfleid t0-thch x 71 -foot auger. FrO with s~ngarm hopper 6.inch x 56-foot auger, electric, 10-horsepower, 3-phase TRUCK 1966 Chew grain truck. 14-1opt box and hoist COMBINE AND HEADS 1993 Cese IFIC 1680 combine with Ag Leader PF3000 yield monitor,. Chaffer spreaders Case IHC 1064, 36-inch row cor~ head Joh~ Deers 6-row crop head FERTILIZER ProgreSsive Model 2450 high pressure fertilizer inlector, no-till culters, 1,000 gallon tank covers, 12-30-inoh rows IRRIGATION PUMP Ouetz a/es~ engine tar trriga~on pump Beddey self priming irrigation pump, completely rebuilt Ford motor 6-cyflnder, LP on cart with 8-irch Berkley pump MISCELLANEOUS Pickup box trailer Pickup fuel tank Rack of small items FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Jim Butler at 402-879-3348 ( Cell: 402-469-8053) Scott Butler at 402-469-9751 AUCTIONEEI~COMMENTII: ThtsiSaveff exceptlor~dline of equlpmant. Allma~ Iten~ hav~ boon shedded and i~ fleid ready. Veff few small items so be on time. IIIII TO BE SOLD FOR BERNIE LEECE Parker 5250 gravitywsgon with new Colby, Kan. reliever tarp and spare tires 1994 I.~gsboro stock trailer, 6-foot 8-inch x 204oo1 Sukup 6-row 304noh ridgewsy no-tin cultivator 6-row, John Deem 7100 Mexlmerge planter with dawn trender wheels 110 gallo~ Demco fertilizer tanks, with electdc pump-monitor Dickey ~n ~ cUpS - mile cups - bean cups Ford 503 PTO rake. good shape Oahman 6-row ~I~ hiller 4-row Spdng Devil cultivator Eversman ditcher 3-boint, 5-foot Cat. II Krausa 491SA 214oo1 disc John Deere 300 28-foot bale elevator Weattkdd MK B0 grain auger with swinging hopper, 61-foot Spaedco quick hitch category 2 6 Maxemerge finger pickups FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Bernie Leece at 785-753-4133 1k~IMS: C.h or check with proper ID. Property is yo'Jrs wba.'l bid off, M items sold In "AS tS" onltlon, deSu'@tton to Ih9 best el our ability. HoweveJ, the owners, eledUC~ foor~eer.~ printer make no warranlies either expressed Or implied, and are not ~ for a~ slokm or misptac~ progeay. No property red, oved until settled for. o~' sale take precadenca over wdden edvenlsthg. Auctioneer or owners are not res~ortsi~le for accidents. Owners; Flying B Farms and others Sale conducted by: Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser N,~ ~a _ PO Box ! 84, Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 .* Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Elting ,..,,_ E-mail: mr44608@alltel.net -. Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com Thursday, January 30, 2003 Moran visits Formoso Feb. 7 Jerry Moran, U.S. Representative, will be at Formoso Senior Center, Fri- day, Feb. 7 from 8 to 9 a.m. Formoso will be his only stop on this listening tour in Jeweli County. The public is invited to attend and visit with Moran and ask questions. Randall By Fawna Barrett Story time continues for pre-school children on Monday afternoons at the Randall Library. Richard Given and son, Mark Given of the Kansas City area, visited Thelma Given and did some home improve- ment projects for her. George Sheahan and son-in-law, Kenny, were weekend guests of Rich- ard and Lynell Sheahan. Greg McMillan had knee surgery in Salina Thursday. Fen'is Barrett had back surgery in Wichita Friday and is recuperating at home. Laurrita (Thornton) Yarber, a long- time Randall resident, died at Mitchell County Long Term Care, Beloi t, Tues- day. She is survived by two sisters, both out of state, and a brother, Melvin Thornton, Randall. Private family ser- vices are planned for later. Holly Kadel and Co~ Fessenden, Oklahoma City, visited Saturday with Sherilyn and David Kadel. Jackie and Kade Cooper, Hays, were weekend guests of her parents, Norma and Dennis Confi7 Darlene Abling was dismissed from the hospital and has returned to Hilltop Lodge. Elaine Peters. one of Beloit's CYO sponsors, and two sons, Mark and Jerry, plus others from the Beloit CYO, at- tended an all night lock-in at Hays Saturday night. Betty and Bob St. John have been ,eiping their daughter, Lynette, who s some health problems. Steph and Brad Barrett and Allison and Troy Carlgren and their families treated their parents, Shirley and Don Bigham to dinner at the Buffalo Roam for their January birthdays. JEWELL COUNTY RECOR[ =. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Rose Nyhoff. Passage Sunday morning marts 8:31-39, John 1:12-13 7:9-11. of God." Pa,, Jeremiah 29:1-23. Theme was ning in the Game of Life." Happy birthday to: Claire Jan. 28; Karen Herredsberg, Chuck Keeps died ing. The funeral is Thursday Jan. 30, at Dispatch. (Last week's news)) Greeters Sunday were Borger and Margaret LaDow. Passage Sunday morning thew 1 I: 13-20. for God's Purpose." Passage evening was Ephesians 1 Matthew 3:13-17. Theme We Believe the Trinity." Randy Koops had the message. Ken Nyhoff, Littleton, Forrest and Will Dykstra, Ranch, Colo., Nyhoff. Happy birthday to: Dylan Jan. 23; Mike Nyhoff, Jan. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Winter clings. Another snow and sub-zero tern past week. You could even say~ spit on the earth another time with a brush of freezing day. looked quickly early Sunday morning. while wheat fields show the snow cover melted into soil. Highways have a whitish~ ance from the anti-freeze ment prior to the storms. Skies can be brilliant blue with sunlight one minute with glowering, dark clouds When the sun is shining, think it would be warm, but be wrong most of the time. Happy Kansas! We're glad we live here! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 We will offer the following described real estate for sale at auction at the Courtland Community Center in Courtland, Saturday, Feb. Auction begins at 10 a.m. sharp REPUBLIC COUNTY CR TRACT I 76 Acres Location of Real Estate: 1 mile north, 1 mile west (ori t/2 miles north of Courttand, Kan. Legal Description: The North 76 acres of the South 1/2 of the NE 2-5 West of the 6th p.m. Republic County, Kansas. General Descdption: 76 acres with 69.5 acres slightly rolling, terraced cropland. It is in compliance with soil conservation. 69.5 acres, is planted to wheat. Contract Acres: 59.6 acres wheat; 12.2 acres mile; .8 acres com. Taxes: $520.86 TRACT II 79 Acres Location of Real Estate: Across the road East of Tract No. 1. Legal Description: The South 79 acres of the NW 1/4 of 20-2-5 6th p.m., Republic County, Kansas. General Description: 79 acres with 72.9 acres slightly rolling terraced cropland. It is in compliance with Soil Conservation. (72.9) is planted to wheat. Contract Acres: 62.4 acres wheat; 12.8 acres mile; ;8 acres Taxes: $584.09 Possession on Both Tracts: On all land planted to wheat, harvest, on all other land, March 1, 2003. Purchaser will landlord's (40%) share of 2003 wheat and FSA payments landlord's share of expenses. Terms on Both Tracts: 20" of purchase price down on day of balance due in the form of certified funds on or before March 15, insurance will be used paid 1/2 by seller and 1/2 by purchaser. 2002 and all prior years real estate taxes. Note: This is good producing land in a good area completed. Look it over, make the auction. All statements made at the auction will take Lain/Lagasse Auction and Real Estate re~ All acreages are believed to be corre~ the sellers or the auctioneer. SELLERS ,Paxico AUCTION CONDUCTED BY LARRY LAGASSE AUCTION CONCORDIA, KANSAS Larry Lagasse Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker Phone: 785-243-3270 Web site: www.llagasseauction-re.com E-maih Ilagasse @ Ilagasseauction.com