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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 5, 2015 Beloit Services were held at 1 p.m. MethodistChurchaftertheirmarriage. UniversityofKansastoobtainhisphar- ~ .......... Beloit with burial in Elmwc~t Cem- : when his children were in Sunday ' football and basl:etball in high scoo, Athol, where he participated in Luther trombone m the KU Marching Band .......... q31a sifk,,ds ~lesof etery McDonald Funeral Home, school. He was on the finance commit- ..i. ..... ,, .... .i .... , .... a hObby ne continued until the last League, II II ++ .......... o,o+.o,+o+,u. Choir, taught Sunday School, and Beloit, was in charge of the arrange- tee for the building of the new church several years of his hfe. Anyone who he never left a KU game without hsten- _ ............ served on the church council. Phone 402-879-3291 or prairie grass hay. 785-614-1753 ments, and later when they purchased a differ- ,,,~ tu u,~ t,a.u vmy m~, ,ma,c ~u.g, ,~ . ..... 11785-378-3191 or cometoII 21-4-3p ..... k.k.-.+--,...t.^: t:---, ..... Knew aam amo ,mew mat a vlslt [o me I thy ent parsonage. After moving to "Home on the Ranae" pnarmacy coma De accompanied oy a He attended a one-room school- Mankato,, he transferred his member- e as n~a'tic~lar'lv nroud of thi~ lively conversation about the latest KU house one mile north of his home. He H_ W ...................... . . . I] 148 E. Third in Superior or I/ Kathy J. Ellis, age a5, died Monday shiptothe Harmony United Methodist KU tradition since h'is-Great-Gre t game, recrumng class, or upcoming would reminisce about his childhood I| 1 1 1 E. Main in Mankatoto II at her home near Norway, Ken. She Church. Health problems kept him from Grandfather Cal Harlan talon" with season. If he was not going to a cattle and his pony. One time his pony re- i I[ was brn n Dec" 28' 1969in Gdland attendingservices in Mankato. Marvin , show, his next favorite tn was travel- place your ad. 4972 or cel1402-879-1848. 22-18-ffp . g fused to come out of a pond. When Col s brother) helped Dan Kelly write ..... P .... Victor Kirchhoff said he could get him to Gilbert D. and Patricia A. the music and chorus. It was in the mg 1-70 wire tJyra, ana muir menas (! cKin ey) S.ta se.r. athy.gradua.tedM " fromte Wichita UnitedMethndi renjyed watching the church services Marjorie and Jerry Murray, to attend a ou!, the pony down with V!ctor LE MARS Antique Show and Flea 24-Real Estate 'rm~tlrranc~sSrugnK~cnlanathen Ch~cithontheteievision-ev*~'~S-tmd:,-.J ,+: nau -,amereu m ~-a= s arents nome spring_of l_873_wh_en th_com,munity KUevent stinonnim~e[elttormnatetoattena Market,3/27/15-5pm-9pm;3/28/15- QUARTER SECTION of Jewell the vo-tech at Goodland in 1990. She : g P ,, His two grandsons, Cullen and highschoolatAthol.Clarenceenjoyed 8am-4pm, Le Mars Convention Cen- County dry land for sale. 110 tillable, moved to the Jamestown area in 1991 morning: ....... for .thespring,celebration.that Home Cadyn, were asource of joy and pride, playing basketball for Windy ter, 275 12th St. SE, Le Mars, IA 30 timber and creek, 20 acres farm- and worked forAngel SquareinBeloit. .. marvin was pre.ceaea in oeam t>y on the Kange - was played tor the first He enjoyed taking them to the pasture Windscheffel and graduated from high 51031. For vendor information:stead and cattle lots. Five bedroom She was an adventurous spirit, will- parentsi mr~t s!ster, t+eonora; and time by the Harlan Brothers Orchestra to checl~ cattle, and kept a buck'et calf school in 1945. sisters,amen tortoy ana tslancne and little Vlr e Harlan www.lemarsantiqueshow.comor712- home and new heated shop. Sell all ing to try something new. She is stir ............... ' " gi , forCullentohell)preparehimtosome_ He married Lavoeon May !, 1951. 548-8821. 14 or partial 785-794-2240 24-3-3c vived by her daughters, Mrs Jerod ~eLson;.ana Dromers,.tmester, taarola, After graduating from KU in 1956, day show cattle of his own He was Shortly after their wedding, he received ~ McMillan (Keelev~ Randall i(e,,on~ Kuampn, anaKussell. Sam worked as a relief pharmacist overioved to have two eran(isons and his draft notice. This turned into an THURSDAY,.MARCH 26, .10 am,. FOUR BEDROOM house ror sate by. -----,Reerl ---.--.--....-,n'm~"iu'+ ~+',,a,,.,. ,.,,,..,,.P";'n ~-,o,~:m~ He is his wife. of 67 throu+,hout the state~, . However, durinoe to shoe his love of cattle and the adventure for bothofthem, withLavoe Annual Conmgnment Auction east,224E 14t h St., Sup enor,Neb. Scandia; sons, Junior Reed Beatrice years, Ila,sons, Enc d wife, Teresa basketball season he preferred to work Jayhawks first following Clarence to Baltimore edge of Superior, Neb Consignments L;a, ~/U-;.'$1U-;.50~'b >'zl.-bU-1 >'p and l-tarlen R++od R,II,~vn~,. k,.- ~' Nelson,el Lincom, P~eb., Kendall and close to home so that he could officiate Sam died Jan. 25, 2015, with his where he received advanced training. n.oed.ed by Ma!ch .3., to be advertised. ~ ance~-~Viike"Cashman,'Norwa;;'a wife,Sand.yNe!son, ofFormoso,K~: basketbaU games with his friend, Jerry wife at his side He was oreceded in Based on his scores, Clarence was Montgomery Auction and Healty in .......hnma ~11 ~ai ..... li hrnthPr A,+t+;,,=. ,,,,+ ,,-;,a sos; daughter Lisa ana nusoano, =odd Murray. It was also during this time , his ar'.ontS " placed in the Counter Intelligence charge of sale 14-6-8cancesincluded16x32oaraoe, unat- children She was preceded in death bv Godheart'fGlenEd,er'Kan",g.r.rand-thathemetandfellmlovewRhGyra dea~th^bYsur;'P'a'e'dby'hiswife, Gyra, ofnv.~ wv Corps. Part of his duties included au- . -- -" - aaugnter, Amanaaano nusoana, tman Caldwell, who lived in Harlan The THUnR:DcAoYn~i;:m~o~Z~tiAonnoaI tcaa~he3da3?~'n~#~todySh?g~Alol/3, herpa~e~tsan:lsx~i~Irl~eL~a.J?Fhndg:; Walker, of.Lm.coln+, Ne.b,.flrandsons were mffried on June 14, 1959, att~y the home; his brother, Paul, and wife diting files for which he received top . " " ~area aria ms wire, =ncla r~emon, ana UniteatwethrenChurchinHarlan, Kan Sharon, Edwards, Colo.; a son, John, secret clearance. Clarence received of Smith Center +(an C'nni .... n*" Kan, on a half acre of land Asking at the United Methodist Church, . ...................... Leon Kan'adauohter Mm- andher orders to Germany and Lavoe followed ,~ ,.,.- ...~j,,,,,= to . Jasou r~lelson, all or l+ormoso, r~an; Inthetanotiyay,~aml)e anworK- , ,, e, , "+'~, ..... need listedbvMarch15 to bo,~n~,~ $25,000 Contact 785-794-2490. Jamestown, with the Rev Randy.. ...... ,_.,.,,...,. ........... g : husband Gary Banwart Lawrence a httle later. This was a highlight in r~,~,,,o,.+'~,.....n,,,w.,.,,=_,,.,,,,~.,,,,,vy7m~ o~o'n=.~.~ 24-51 -fie Whitlev, officiatino=. " $===-~=anuuaul~=lt==,reat ra s n I aac Aub=YN Walker;. . ing. full time for Cy s Drug Store in Kan ; ancl two'grandsons' Cullen and their lives and they were able to travel ............. -- ...... g -g na o , s elson, sister- SmlthCenter. Between 1959and 1965 Cad~n Waoner Marwa,,ne Canada all over Western Europe when he was Montgomery ,~u~" t,+o ~uz~ .l~l,l~'Ik'l~ Nelson in law, LucilleNelson of Topeka, Kan he and G ra lived ~ Smith n - " i6 6 1" AVOID TAX refund regret, invest in " ' + " - y " 'n " Ce ter, : ~ ' ~ ' ' " Io-o-~uc, new 3-4 bdrmMiowayClaytn Mfd-modularldo op has openlnMarvin Lees TorNelsn' of Mankato," saS;p nieces; nephews; cousins; and a however on weekends they would SaturdavHis funeral~la,:::......l+t+/__Ml~JanWaS31service of product and loc.a.tion, dutiesheld2015at 10:30at a.m.the Onon for additional time, but they wantedleaVe's_ r_ Clarence was askedl to sign 15-Opportunities home and receive up to $7500 gift Kansas, son of John and Hilda (Ander- host of other relatives and friends, spend time with her parents, working Simmons Rentschler'Mortua~'v Burial to come home to farm. He was honor- - - card. Lenders offering $0 down for son) Nelson was born on the family Marvin died, Saturday, Jan. 31, with their registered Angus cattle op, - -- " GROVE HARVESTING is looking for land owners. Less than perfect credit farm, one mile south of Courtland, on 2015,athis home in Mankato, Kan., at eration. In 1965 Sam and Gyra moved followed in the Hammond Cemetery, ably discharged. combine onerators truckdrivers nrain ok 1-866-858-6862 24 March 31, 1925 He was the dun est the age of 89 years, and 10 months to Harlan, where the went into art- rural Harlan, Kan. Visitation was from Clarence liked to farm and contin- .... " " " Y g Y P 5until7nm Friday Jan 30,2015, at ued to come to the farm after retiring in f ~ dren Marvmwasba azed Hls funeral was held at 2 p m Tues nersht with her arents on the cattle v. . ~, cartoperators.Reomandboard, April ...... o e'ghtchii ." P " " " - "P " P " 0 v In lieu of flowers the 1992 He continued to drive a tractor to November 402-469-8831 Please ZO-NOtlCe and confirmed in the Ada Lutheran day, Feb. 3, 2015, at the United Meth- Caidwell-Wagner Angus Farm was the m rtuar . leave message 15 ~ Church, rural Courtland. He attended odist Church, Courtland, Kan, with then formed As Sam s responsibili- family requested memorial contribu- when needed and helped to bring in the ............ ="" "'+ THE NUCKOLLS County Immuniza-Courtland ~rade and hi~hschool and Pastor Kathy Aeillo of the Courtland ties with Caldweil-Wagner increased, tionsbegivento theSamuel RWagner harvest. ATTN: COMPUTER work. Work fromtion Clinic (for ages two-months to 18 ~rad,ated............ in 1Ozl.q He+ married lla United Methodist Church, and Pastor he slowly cut back on the number of Memorial Fund and can be sent in care Clarence was preceded in death by anywhere 24/7 Up to $1,500 part- years)willbeheldthesecondWednes- ..... -7. _ .4 Gem, Sh-m of the Harmon,, United ....... of the mortu .an To leave an online hisfirstwifeLavoe'. ,abrother, ,Mervin;.. . Too=as, ~ug. ~t, ~v,+t. =hey are me : --v : uaysnewasinmepnarmacy;nowever, condolence visit www simmons- a sister; Erma; and a grandson 31meon t~me to $7,500 per month full-ttme, day at 1050 Washington St Supe- nar,~nt~ nf thrPP ohildran "lffri~ Ii~a Methodist Church, Mankato, officiat- he still worked relief at Wa ..... "' ++ ...................... , .... , .......................... er Oru Training prowded www WorkServ=ce r or, Neb from 2-4 p m Bnng mmu- r ...... ' in" Casket bearers were Eric Nelson, " ....... + ?.go . g Weltmer. " .. " , " - anu l~enuall. ~,. afore in ManKatO atmast one nay a 15 n!za,~on recoro.s.,A$5 donation per Marvinandllalivedtoafarmsouth- Kendall Nelson, Todd Goodheart, Ja- week until 1972. -Paid Obituary- Survivors include his wife, Betty cn,o ~s requested, tqease ca, aneao westofCourtlandfor I 1 vears and then son Nelson, Jared Nelson and Delton Caldwell-WaRnerAn~uswasafam Zabel, Smith Center; and hischildren $2,000 NEBRASKA Press/~ssocta for a om n " tionFoundationScholarshipopportu- 290 ~Pon;m~dtl~#~o879-4:~d~mEot movedtoafarmnorthwestofFormoso. BlechaTln~.rmemwasintheCaldwell ily operation forSam and Gyra, first Clarence_, .... _ .;Zabel. ...... ., . MonteMrS" Robertsereno Masleidcalif Mrs(Christine)'Kenton niti,~o~,q,~,-tionbasedon, scholosti,- . :: ...... " Ila szreat- randfather had owned this ~emetery,.~OZLKOaa, rormoso, rxan., with her arents and then later with Lmrence&rtnurl.aoel,~o,alealast Weltmer "Debor h" "'~ " :" - " abi~;,qoodcitizenshipinschoo~and rlall-lospltal. 26-27-oamc farm'~and grday Marvin's and Iia's VisitatiOn~waSfrom9_a.m. to8p.m., theirchildl~en, John and Mary Asthe Monday. He was born Feb 15 1928 ........ t a ), 3mltn, ...... center, .... ' ' Mrs rvncnae= wuson t~ve~yn) ~o- communitu, nreference niven to stu- youngest son, Kendall, lives on It. onoay, PoD, 2, 2U13, at the rv elDy herdgrew, sodldtheamountofshow- in Smith County, the son of Arthur . ........... ' aonannesanoLnrmnneuoromeatvlarle .. . ..,. .. '.. T. ' dents wh~ [~ursue new;paper jour- f~+:l?,~, ~,~1~1,., Marvin w,as proud that his farm has Mortuary- 402 N. H ig.h,Street, ing that the operation.required. Sam ..... -' : ...... peKa, ana Jonn Lane, ~mlm Lenter" .n . ..7 , : ~ .. . .,~. ~ nls step-cnlloren, Nirs Joun t~ergman == =otHa~ i =~t~ Iia famil t~ r ration manrato, ban wmmorlals In nonor or and G ra w nalism education at Nebraska col- been in s 'y o six gene " s. .... , . . y ere proud of every award tt+ecKmann)~ 1.alge!. ~vmy ~, ~v~J, ne tanaron) ....... Leoanon ""Jim ~"qaneK," " loges. Applications must be post- ~ Farming was Marvin's true voca, ~arvm ~. ~elson may be,g.wen to their cattle received, but they were marnedPhylhsI.avoeHermannsatSt. .. . 7.. .. " . ,+ ... Jonn Lumeran Lnurcn, Atnol lnlS ~. ,r-. .-.' ..... ' , . marked by 2/20/15. Details and appli- thrl;~A~la'l'~"~ao~t~Pom,,nsa~ednw tion. He liked all aspects of it, the bolomonvaueytaosplce,~e~olt,,~an., most proud that they personally raised " " - :" ,~ ........ LawKer L,ty Kon ~onane~ ~soon, union was blessed w~th four children. Chuck Decker "Tr ........ ', or me-.,' v;rtica~s"$688"and'~'~-~'-.;~', planting, harvesting and taking care of or Jeweu,~ounty raospttal, man.Kate, the majority of all of the cattle they " + " : Peirs uave 5tortz u'~ancy) ana Ntrs cal 800-369-2850 15 +...m .... the livestock. Even in the bad years r an..metayMo uary,vmnKato, r an., exhibited. Sam served as the Kansas Lavoe died Nov. 9, 1981. He was mar- . t acy); granocnu- rleotoLavemat~eeawuznerrrom l~e-4 ~?'. ,. , , .... ". ano,,,~d,,an,~,a~t~.=.l =~tu~/-,+~ll~rlca t-'!- and there were some of them, he al- was in cnarge ordao~angements. Angus Association president, and he ............... aren" anu z/great-granocnuaren ............... this runera= was held Saturday at the NEED G.t_A:5 Start w,,,;', ^..2. ways looked forward to next year for - " ' "Y- judgednumerouscattleshowsthrough- to lvvi. P ov. l,+ lvvz t.mrence mar- . ........ acareer intrucKingtooay~ ~wfft~cao- ..-.v,o-v.,u.t.v,. ou ,,. ,, out r=eaHet~ettYwast..a memberVanWeYoftheJnaneKAmerican .......... Lenter, with James bermer ornclat- .' . ................ will be better. Some ofthosebad lUll Wli l r the country. In 1995, the Sam ........ '"' '.. . ,american Lutheran Church, 5mitla em!es doer .P.TDI 36 Thank ,,,~,, years he worked on the Lovewell Dam c_..._.., ~_A,.^.. u, ........... Wagner Family was recognized as a _ .. .-.- ........... ing BurialwasintheSt John Lutheran anQ oner pest-in-class training. P4ew .... , .... ,; ....... t.oa ;.. .... ou, Kan a ....... ....... ~,~,,o..~.,),,, ,~u.,.,.,, ,. ,,,,..,., ,,,. = atthe Smith Count-" Low+ Term Care ...... e ............ ,,. ,,~',,'~-,,,~ Lumeran Lnurcn, 3mltn Lenter, 3mltn .~.' .... " ....... -, ........... Lnurcn Lemetery, Athol All Pa~ths a, caoemy c!assesweeKly._~.omoney WE WANT to thank everyone who landscaping company, and was a feed -_ e..-.~. ~.... .... ~ o.._~ ....... member for contributing to the ira- t.enter ~.mns u un, ano taosplce ~er- Funeral Cha ] .... ' pe bmttla Uenter was in aown or crealt cnecK, cerllrlea men- . . 111 Olliltll ~..~:lll.I;1, UII OUiiUily, JHII /.J, r v + ...... .+, ~.+ ~, ~a~.~ o~;~ t, h,.+ sent cards and called to wish us a salesman. But the farm was his true 2nl~ ~,+w~ h,,,~r~,, "m ~oa~ ~**ho p oement of Angus cattle and the vices of Smith County. He was a past , ~ . ' ........ x .................. x ....................................... liv " " charge ot the arrangements. path,"="+'~i"~"'~ , ;,~ ,,~,~,,+.,.x ...,...,...~, .....~ great 60th Anniversary. Lois and love and occupation.I-'1 e~sl~-Cal~." ............dedica'ed o'" '~excellentt "" '",,pponu'(t~uz)' ' '~'- benerits""'/nri/.i4-~4bb.tes' .,,~___'~g~,eat"~"='pacKage." ca, r="Uee r __Gerge Sherwalt.__..i ~ l_ ..' IL ....... 36-6-1p__ e-hey esi-ht wasMar g 80v In retired from farming whenandYearsh_Olde, anu'-' ...... because, l|a movcu=-f" ...... failingto Wa"ner hsnital in Belit Kan t" n~"114"~1"~ estck Industry m the state f Kan-wa'ner Sam~rg ' ~"rewand u"Mar v" i",,Y ,,,,,,,,,,,,u,~-'v-*--"Belle" ""['Amis" "''",.,.,.,v.... ) ihis-hSas'Inl" ~u mat:ythe mid-.~,~+~ ,1980s. , ........ 1,;,~ ~,,.|Sam "-'~' ,,,,',,,,~-retumed ...... to ~~ ~ -- UOl[Uarle i Mankato. Marvin still kept the tele- worki,-, a,,+r ~,.h,~,~l ,,,+ ..... t.,+.,ao ng and co-owning Centre Pharmacy 48 STATE FLATBED company need- phone line busy talking to Kendall behindthesodafountainathis,,aren,o' Smith Center. He was awarded his ing qualified drivers. Must have Class D,.. .... .4,.~ about the crops and cattle and offering Or,,. ~+,~.,+ he, ..... ,~,,o -v, ~,~ 50-year certificate from the Kansas ACDL Tar, pay stoppay vacaton A j, aaJt, aJtU axial advice and calling Eric to see how his P';';" .'+L"." ':+","' PharmacistAssociati0n ' ' . . anKato tngn cnoo , ne attenoeu me . " and bonuses. Caudy Trucking Inc., Raymond O. Hell, 84, Beloit, died vineyard and the landscape business Sam was a lifelong Jayhawk. He Hebron, NE, 402-768-6134.15 Friday in Hutchinson. was doing. Lots of advice. ~ ..... , : :+ ~ Survivors are his children, Cheryl Marvin alv~ayshadsomeadvicefor ~ I ! l~ ]o-mmc. tor : me Hockman,Hutchinson,LawrenceHoll, Lisa, regardless whatshewasdoingat+~" ~ P~a L/ r~(~F]~(~]! ~Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Elizabeth the time. = .~"., .~ ~ ......... ~ .... =-y~ a_~ i~ ; .. il i ,,.%I~CLI ......... ~ PnmHw I~on~e'l'r,x~ ~ "AT THE PEAK OF PATIENT COMFORt AND CARE !i '~'~ : : Flaherty, Oak Creek. Colo.; eightHe enjoyea KeeplngtracK or ms =Iv ... .... / ,~. ....... ? --.~. " APP" IH''U'G--E .... grandchildren, and seven great-grand- family by visiting with them on the Comprehensive -- "-""""--7 _ L ISiC.E ALE children phone. And now that his grandsons are and Cosmetic Core I Dr'. ~romey Visitati~nwasheldfr~m9a.m~f~l~winginhisandtheirdad~sf~t- Emer~e~cYDento~Core ~~l~_ r~lll~ Frigidaire until 8 p.m. Tuesday with the family steps as farmers and he was proud they M.,. o..+=..+. ~s_, .... , ! . _ " g friends from 6"30 p m to 8 chose to be farmers- - ......... L G ...... p.m. at McDonald Funeral Home, MarvinandllajoinedtheCourtland i b.[~.~ .-. .. , , l! Phone 402.879.3133 I'-Vl-'ld I I-IIIML] MU~3/ L~UH I I i! / /I ' ; : ' ---- I Parkview Haven ]~nr~no l-lnrn~ I :Call today for an appointment! 1 11i36 E 4th Street i ' SATEL....... 1 ........ O ...... ~=, ....... ' I i.-,1== iv I I we would love see you Super,or, Neb. i 1 SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR I Cheaper138 E than4th St Cab/e |1 _ Deshler,. Neb : .... + II III I.... I l~ I I / AGRONOMY RIG OPERATOR I 4S82P- riT r-3Ncg51." [ FullCpa tttYmeC fin -l P:hliCfttlcnN MA i ' pmlllfll SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR i IDuties include:l Belleville Agronomy Location ,11 El E! I " g I1S- TENDER DRIVER I" Operation and maintenance of company floater I Sales/Install Service_Co- + I Shift differential, add on for experience. I land spray rig equipment I I' COLLINS SERVICE .1' .I ll ll]l[l[ For intormation"Benefits fOrandfUllan timea lication," 11 alfg riculture indust you enjoy w0rkingry, w eUtdrSlnvite .... youandto joinbeingthePartFannwayf a constantlYteam FarmwayeVlvmg" is --I" Filling NH3 and Liquid trailers I PP I servingHiS childrenfthe" needs, of [I- lp call ...... Judy Kujath 402 365 7237 sll he! seeking apphcants for a full-time Tender Driver at our Concordia locatiOn.Ocrater" dutlesl lncl " ' " ~ I " Assist at grain elevatr and backup Fuel Driver I " " p ' " " ude: Nurse truck operation/maintenance, Filling NH3 ! " Prvide excellent custmer e vice_ I - ! , and liquid trailers, Loading fertilizer chemicals and treating seed, Service Remodelin , Repairs, Painting, ....... .... .... " I . .... t I m 1D IIIIAIJl'rl of product and location duties, Assisting at grain elevator and back un I Seeking applicants that are certified w to obtain I 1 uec~ ana 1yew Lonstrucnon, i I ~-..r _ .., ... ..... ~ I ! I ................ ; operator wnne provlamg exceuent customer service I 1A Custom Applicator License and CDL w~h Hazmat. I I Roof Repairs, I I " " 1 " -- ...... " ~ m ........................ ; ........ 1 I Farmway offers competitive wages and excellent bene- I I Tree Trimming and Clean-up, i I I reference is given to applicants with current CDL. Hazmat endorsement lilts. Farmway is an Equal Opportu+nity Employer Ap- I I Yard Mowing and Clean-up, i I full time employment at the Burr Oak Location required or ability to obtain. Farmway offers competitive wages and ~ I plication deadline is February 13th. To apply, contact I ' znor ....... vtumwng ana , i , . , excellent benefits. Farmway is an Equal Opportunity+ Emplover... Annlica.. - : I T mmy at 785-738-0794 or send resume to: I I I[ Job duties may Include. tion deadline is February 13 To apply please contact Tammy at 785-738- / Farmway _Co-op Inc. I I Electrical Repairs I/General labor, elevator operations, tender truck driver, liquid 0794 or send resume to: Farmway Co-op, Inc. 1 Attn: Human Resource Dept. I 1 1an ' Attn: HumanBcloBOK566874.)0Resourcc Dept. : / Box 568 I I HANDIMAN EXTREME Ir d dry rig application, loading chemicals-fertilizer-feed-seed. I I / Beloit, 785-647-5061 or Competitive pay, 401K, Depending on job, CDLand I ' wwwfarmwayco,,pcom KS 67420 I i i I I I 402-879-1168 (Cell) 7.[ COOP retirement, Hazmat may be required ..... llill W ,,~ and hea/th insurance. Mandatory Drug testing. Mankato Real Estate for Sale Please call 785-647-6661 ~ :~-- ....... "~ l~:~ ~ l'~ ~ ~ ~ ~" "::I~ ~" ++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++ + ++ l or come by the elevator n Burr Oak for an apDhcatlon +++++ ++ ~ +++ + + + ++l + ~ : ++~~ I HIRING I I individuals IIII I~ ~~ Qlll~Im~llill~ll Threebedroomo~/b4alShraWnce~tstyehornewJthfin" ;;~;+++7++~~ I I Ill ~4~I~/~/~ ll~lllll+lllll ishm:I basenmnt has deck with view of large yard ln 2St h ....... ,l, x t ~. ~ + 1 cludesallanraiancesandsits0n4ci~10ts ory ome has nve 0eorooms, + Dams, large ~ . 1 . I III ~1~1 ! I t'-- ~ I I lib --,--. v . kitchen, finished basement back deck detached I L, reat wOrKln III1 -, \14/)/ ill, l lll I ll lllllll I t.,zll .doublecarshelter, andshed.'Sitsonacomerloland I .... "-" I III II "1 IIlll lllll 1 ,.~ hascentralheatandairwithlwowoodbumingstoves. I conditions. IIII I{./5( ...... Mustsee, I IIll It I r II+ s vow J axing Applications For m I Greathours I III '~~ Muni+alPoolManager, = )I I ....... + ++++++++ I L ,ma&i.r+lude l+.t are not limited to: I . IIII Assistant Manager and Life Guards lli[/ ooa pay. .... + I1! [ ........ ++ i "General Repairs -welding, electrical, plumbing I . . I III ?~