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Burr Oak By Anna Belld Grubbs Burr Oak Midway Co-op Elevator hosted the annual hamburger dinner with all the trimmings. They served approximately 80. Marcela Ost was hostess to the Young Matrons Club, Iris Cosand was hostess to C.W.F. at her home. Marvel (McMains) Crowe, Salina, was an overnight guest of Mad-dine McMains. She came to attend the Ralph Smullins funeral, All of Ralph s chil- dren came for the services. Ronni and Gayle Smullins and family, Stratton, Colo.; Curtis Smullins and family, Burr Oak; Pare and Dave Ingraham and family, Edmond, akin,: and Cathleen and Ran Nordman and family, Oimitz. Vida and Wylie Knight went to Omaha to consult doctors about his leg. Dorothy Frost, Esbo,. returned to her home after spending several weeks in the Kearney and Superior hospitals. Anna Belle Grubbs called on Hazel Korb. Virginia and Stanley Johnson, Cen- tral City, Nab., came fo[ the Smullins funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Silsby are home after spending the past two months in Arizona. Wendy Harris, JennaLee and David, Rick Harris, Tom and L(,uAnn Harris, Fern Harris, Kim and Chad Wherry, Smolan, attended the wedding of Chuck Schreck. son of Charley and Linda (Harris) Schreck, Emporia, in Fort Riley, where he is stationed. Joyce and Roy'Fullerton, Superior, visit her mother, Dorothy Oliver, regu- larly. Several of the churches called off Sunday morning services because of the snow. Wilma Underwood and Rose Damon were ,in Beloit and called on Cory Underwood and Craig Underwood. Cliff and Glenny Barnes entertained their family to supper at the Palace in Red Cloud Saturday night in honorof Cliff's retirement and Gtenny's birth- day. Attending were Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver, Morris and Cheryl Hillman, Walt and Peggy Wilson, Danny Barnes, Ranae Jacobs, David and Tammy Barnes, Steffen and Drew. Diana Ord, Darin Barnes, Lance and Kayla and friend Amanda Hudson (Last week's news) Ralph Smullins, Iong-tt me Burr Oak resident, died Feb. 14 in Goodland. where he lived the last two years. Ralph was a Burr Oak rural mad carrier. Carl Collins and Lyle Reece, Man- kate, were callers in the Gene Johnson home.. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Prim, Gunner and JayCie, Denver, Colo., were house guests last week of their grandparents Jack and Catherirm Byers. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Because of the snow storm Sunday morning many didn't attend the wor- ship service at the Olive Hill Church. Wilma Andrews, Supen or, a former resident of this area had surgery at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Stanley and Virginia Johnson.Cen- tral City, and Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles had dinner together at a Man- kate cafe. Jim and Marlene Stone visited Sat- urday with Norma Imler, Juniata. Saturday, Herbert and Carolyn Al- ley went to Frankfort, where they vis- ited in the home of Marabeth, Paul and Mitchell Olson. Bob Alley, Frankfort, joined them for dinner in the Olson home. Dennis Dye, Hebron, called on his mother. Vera Dye. Pauline Hanson. Oak, and Zlda Schuster had dinner at cafes in Man- kate and Superior. Sunday, Harold and Lorna Wilton took dinner to his parents. Clarence and Ila Wilton, at the Superior Manor. Ruth Hale. Juniata, was a Friday visitor of her mother, Dee Ross. Join, ing them for dinner at a cafe was Dora Pettit, Roger and Carol Roe were houscguests for one week in the home of Erik, Angle, Eric, Zackary, McKenzie, Halle and Ethan Hilgendoff, Joplin, Me. Paul and Linda Hutchinson attended the Valentine Party at the Church of Christ, Superior, Saturday evening. Callers the past week in the Hasemeyer home were Walter Mayne, Lacey and Miranda Ward, John and Jo Ann Rogers. cArr co, tic 15~h ,a, nnt.~J Bock & Red A~us Sole Range Bull Sale Monday, Mooch !0, 2003 1 :DO P.M. THOMPSON ~LE E~ARN 7 Miles East of Plainvltle, Kant.s on HWY 18 & 3 1/2 I~s Norltl on 24 Road ~diing 165 Black & Red Angus Bulls LOTS II~CLUDE: 85 Black 18 MO, OtO 30 Back 2 Yr, Ok~ 30 Red 18 Me, Old 20 Recl 2 Yr. Old Some oCft~ A.I. SIRES Represented: Twln Volley Precls~on New Oealgn 87S Saf Foct~ WK Gur~moke Half Head of the Cic~s HLH Buster Royal Rombo 79F Grand Canyon ReO@Y for Immedlofe Service 90 DOy Breecllr~ Season Guarantee A~o ~ A.I. ~Cl~orhng Black & Red Heifers ~00pan ~ BlOck & Rod Heifers FOr~ 0 Info. lION HRABE T Lance and Kayla Barnes, Red Cloud. were weekend guests of grand- parents Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Keller Ord, Maywood, Neb., is a guest this week. Edna Fogo and Cliff and Glenny Barnes were in Red Cloud to visit Aunt Fredia Fib, gins at the Heritage Care Home. They went on to Blue Hill to watch grandson. Staffin.Barnes, and team mates play in abasketball tourna- ment. Dewey Ten-ill was a weekend guest of Glenadean Terrill. Madeline McMains was hostess to the Monday Morning Bible Study. Wayne Frost, Esbon, i8 the new Burr Oak substitute mail carder. He has been carrying this week for the regular carrier, Dave Belden. Dispatch By Edna Verhage I I Church servtces were cancelled Sunday morning because of, the snow storm. Elder Mike Nyhoff lead the ser- vices Sunday evening. Passage Sunday evening was Mat- thaw 5:21-26 and Ephesians 4:26-27. Theme was "Anger and You". Happy birthday to : Andrea Keeps, Feb. 23; Jan Tanis. Feb. 24; Merle Nyhoff, Feb. 28. (Last week's news) Greeters Sunday were Don, Jan, Dawn and Andrea Keeps. Passage Sunday morning was Mat- thew 6:25-34. Theme was "Working With Providence." Passage Sunday evening was Luke 9:57-62 and Mat- thaw 9:9-13. Theme was "Quick to Follow.''~ Pastor Harold had the children's message Sunday morning. Happy birthday to: Joyce Keeps, Feb. 17; Iieen Tanis, Feb. t9; Mkilar Otto, Feb. 20; Cory Frasier, Feb. 21; Bertha Hater, Feb. 22. We received around ,65 of an inch of rain over the weekend. I Formoso By Elaine Clark Howard Ross is a patient at the Republic County Hospital. IvaLeaPayne had surgery Friday at Salina. A! pnd Julia West, Topeka were weekend guests. Randy and Kim Shadduck. Haleigh and Tyler. and Rodney Payne, all of Mankato, also visited. ,, ,Lo~n Horell, Scandia, Catherine Tebow: Courtland, Mary Larson, Scab- dia, Vera Reed and Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. Betty Reynolds and Shirley Free visited Vera Reed: Cheyenne Nelson, Courtland, visited Vcra on Friday. Gloria Massey had lunch with Becky Huher. Other visitors of the Hubers during the week were Janet Higer and Tycen, Mankato, and Rob- err and Ada Grimm. Wayne and Rita Allen had lunch in Salina with Patty Pillard and Marci Swanson, Salina, ~y Zimmer and Bey Hall, Court- land, attended the funeral for Dorothy Burks at Salina. Howard and Louise Field visited Ruby Stafford at Belleville Health Care Cenmr. Tyler Dunstan was Sweetheart King at Mankato Friday evening. Alexis McFarlane was a crown hearer. Preston and Kim Pelkey, Laci and Kayla, Chad Pelkey and Jolene Caviness, all of Hutchinson, and Jeannie Pelkey, Norcatur, were over- night guests of Edna Engle. They at- tended Laci's basketball games at Holdredge, Nab., last weekend. Marshall and Renee Holmes, Hesston, were guests of Forrest Dempsey. Stephanie Watson, Bobby, Sarah, % F J:! ],ABI1,11 k~{l< " \v t:t..1 N l: ~ CFNI'EB Brice E. Leon, (right) formedy a physical therapist at Jewell County Hospital, is shown with Topeka Scarecrows hockey player, Enk Fabian. Leon has been treating Fabian dudngthe past few weeks at Heartland Rehabilitation ~nd Wellness Center for a knee injury. Leon is the current director and physical therapist at Heartland. Edk is from Roseau, Minn., and will attend University of North Dakota at Grand Forks, N.D., next year. Leon was also employed at Thayer County Memodal Hospital and Rdpublic County Hospital. He is a former Belleville resident. ' ~. Mandy and Spencer, Burlingame, were weekend guests of Taylor and Edna Ruth Clark. Don and Ruth Fleming attended the wedding of Bud and Kate Howland at Abilene. Also attending were Ray and Neva Howland, Beloit, Don and Louisa Howland and Jason, Osborne, Dixie Ward, Colony, and Rita Koehn, Lawrence. Gary and Chrystal Massey hosted a party at the Formosa Skating R~k for Clifford Massey's sixth birthday. Nelson and Merna Keeler, Man- kate, visited Brad Keeler. Phyllis Hurd and Wybern and Ruth Berneking attended the barbershop quartet program Saturday evening at Salina. Phyllis was an overnight guest of Tony and Becky Patrick andWybern and Ruth stayed overnight with Bob and Terri Ross, Andrew and Eric. Zachary Spiegel and Levi Fleming sang with the third grade class at the soil conservation program Saturday evening at Mankato. Tristyn Brown was a guest of his grandparenils, Jeff and Brenda Koster, I Jewell By Roberta Holdren CallersofEvelyn Divel were Shane and Misty Thompson, Haley, Heather and Triston. Jewell Senior Citizens met Friday for a pot luck dinner at the rec room at the Jewell apartments. The Febru- ary birthdays a/id anniversaries were observed. The next meeting is March 21. Betty James hosted card club. Jerry Wilson, Plainville, visited his grandmother, Emma Fobes, and his mother, Betty Wilson. Kevin Wilson, Ionia, ~sited Donna Moss. InezClarkisrecovering from a fall Thursday evening. She reports no bones were broken. The JFwell Public Library has ex- tended open hours, On Thursday the library will be open fro~ 2:30 to 7:30. This change is in respon~;c, to a recent community survey. This week's report from the Mank to Livestock O0mmlsslon o., Inc. Week of Feb. 21 - Selling 1,168 head - Here are some sales: ST EERS 7 Black sted~ ~- i0cJ.00 11 Black steam 380 106.50 12 Black steers 420 103.00 8 Black steers 400 102.00 17 Black steers 540 95.60 14 Black steers 495 94.50 15 Back steers 540 93.75 11 Mixed steers 510 92.00 10 Black steers 595 93.00 13 Mixed steers 640 85.90 27 Mixed steers 645 86.25 16 BBWF steers 680 81.50 26 Mixed steers 700 79.00 11 Black steers 750 76,30 11 Mixed steers 775 74.80 15 Black steers 745 77.80 23 Char. steers 835 74.40 18 Mixed steers 810 76.00 HEIFERS 13 BBWF heifers 405 91.00 12 Back heifers 445 88.50 14 Mixed heifers 570 82.00 15 Mixed heiferS 600 81.25 10 Mixed heifers 820 80.00 18 Black helfem 725 75.00 16 Char. heifers 680 75.00 48 Black heifers 730 75.00 ,I 1 Char. heifers 750 74.20 39 Mixed steers 720 74.40 48 Black heifet~ 802 74.90 65 Mixed cows 1,252 38.96 59 Mixed cows 1,723 34.73 Consigned for Friday, Feb. 28 88 plus Bred steers and heifers 650-750 69 plus Bred heifers 600-750 78 plus Bred steers and heifem 450-650 37 Black heifers 725 BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Boumy, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984.9545 Jan Russell, Fieldmen, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785.545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785.545.6784 Scotl Greene, Fieldmen, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785.545-8612 ' Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 i Dr. Don Calderon, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Servlces Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care'[Hosplce, Adult Day Care, Crestvue.Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency RoQ~ Dlagno Ic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Halter 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 Rehabllltallon Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupaffonal Therapy Specialty Providers Dan Calderon, M.D ................................ Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ................................................................................. Cardiology Gary Chlngren, M.D ......................................... : .................................. Orthopedics Judith Buffer, M.D ............................................. : .............................. Family Practice Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marllyn Dunston, A.R.N.P. ' ................... Family Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 10'2 South Center, Mankato 785-378-3511 B Jeweil County Hospital 100 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan, 66956 785-378-3137 I Panorama By Fawna Bhrrett Things out of the ordinary happen to give us a chuckle, to change our thoughts or enlarge our sight. In rural America, one is accustomed to seeing combines, huge tractors with even big- ger farm implements going down the road. However, to see the roof of a building just over a hill where you know the road goes, is a sight-awaken- ing. Sure enough, when reaching the top of the hill, there was a large garage, granary or other farm building, well- balanced on a trailer, being hauled down the road. Though the pace was adequate, a line of cars and pickups collected behind it. Another day, driving into Jewell, there was a large long rafter observed, moving across the street, seemingly by itself. Again, thinking the eyes were deceiving, a person has to check it out and sure enough, a rafter was being pulled across the street for the new office-parts section of Jewell Implement's huge new building in the business area of that town. Randall By Fawna Barrett Snow fell most of Sunday in this area, though the accumulation was three inches or less. Combined with the wind and wind chill factors, church services were cancelled at the Randall Commu- nity Church. Story Hour continues at Randall Library every Monday from 3: 30-4:15 p.m. This is forpre-school children. Chris Kibbe, Clay Center, and Kara Kibbe, Manhattan, were guests of their parents, Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe. They cut their visits short with the prospect of a snow storm. D.D. Bridge met with Nevada Vett~r Feb. 19. Guests were Nadine Balch, Leota Clawson and Martha Lienberger. Kristi Vetter and Nevada Vetter took two music students, Ashley Lienberger and Richard Shamburg, to the GFWC of Kansas Sixth District Music contest in Hays. Ashley re- ceived a certificate to compete next year. Laura B utts'was the other contes- tant sponsored by the Randall Progres- sive Study Club. She rode out with her mother, Connie, as they were going to Wichita where Laura was in a piano contest. Colleen Shamburg also at- tended the event. Bill Elniff and Celia McMillan were DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewetl Kansas But, -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mall us at davesgunshop@nckcn.com Thursday, February 27, 2003 g Donna Petgrson was honore( recently for 3~ years of service at Cheyenne Lodge Nursing Home, Jamestown.. Peterson honored for 35-year service Donna Paterson was recently rec- ognized for 35 years of continuous service to residents of Cheyenne Lodge Nursing Home, Jamestown Peterson began her employment a month after the original opening of the nursing home. A that time there were 12 residents and few regulations. As Peterson said she has seen many changes over the years, but one thing has remained constant for her--how she has enjoyed caring for the rest- dinner guests of Jan and Mark Koster, Beloit. Holly Kadel, Oklahoma City, spent Thursday to Saturday with her parents, Sherilyn and David Kadel. Sat.urday, Alice Kadel had lunch with them. Fri- day, Holly and Alice had lunch in Belleville. Kevin Shamburg was a dinner guest of Mary and Bob Shelton. Cheryl Anderson, Syracuse, Neb., visited her dad, Bill Taylor, who was in the hospital. Joe and Maxine Ander- son and Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson took her to supper in Beloit while she was here. Gene and Fawna Barrett spent the day with Gerry Joerg. - / JEWELL COUNTY RECOl dents, working with the staff ting to know the residents' friends. "I started for $1 an hour bac she smiled and added bit more now." were in attendance f and to award her with a gold Northbranch By Ruth Glover Because of the snow and 24 attended Sunday School. was greeter in the absence Arrants. Morning worship joy and gladness. Stan rora, Colo., was a guest of Ken', Smith while he held special Sunday througl March 9 the Sunday mittee is This is sandwiches, Glen and Patsy Warner the funeral service Hauptmeier's husband Brady Lewis, Riverton, day overnight and his Glover. while his parents district wrestling Geneva. Curtis and Marilyn Glenn and Betty Wallace. Steve and Loft Dillon guests of his parents, John Dillon. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery and Erma Dillon Volunteer's Orientation the Red Cloud Opera House. music was presented by Juli Wheeler and her son, Glen and Patsy father, Verne Mendenhall, Okla. LaVae and Ruth Glover Clay Center Friday Elwin Lamb and his wife in the nursing home. They Ernest and Betty Foster. We are here to serve YOU! Check out our low service charges and fees! We can be YOUR bank! of the Jamestown State Bank , KAN. 6~ We wilt o~e~ for sate to the highest bidd~a at public auction the tallowing described personal property located tram Ruskin, Net).- 3 miles east. 5 miles south and Or from Oeshler, Nab.- 4 miles west, 5 miles souin and 1/2 mite west beginning at ll:OOa.m, on: Wednesday, March 12, 2093. TRACTORS & LOADER TRUCKS 1970 Ford 600 2T truck. V-8, 4-speed 2-soeed, 16-foot wood box with hoist. shedded and in good condition 1979 Case iHC 1586 tractor, cab with heat and air. 3-hydraulic. 18:4x38 with duals. 3-point, 6,500 hours. 1979 John Deers 4440 tractor, cab with heat and air, 2.hydraulic, quad range, 3-poink front weights, 18:4x42 tiros, 5,054 hours 1998 Farmlland XI. 945 loader with grapple fork 1958 John Deero 620 tractor, gas, NF, Serial Num- ber: 6218029 EQUIPMENT John Deero 7100 planter. 6-row. 50-inch, 3-point, Kinzie cups, mile, beans and chemical boxes Hiniker 8000 no till cultivator, 3-point, 8-row, 30-inch, with anhydrous attachment IHC Model 5100 double disk drill Adsway mixer wagon 5x12 Ketb/Ryan manura spreader PTO drive A&L Model 425 grain cart with big tires, good Noble 6.row, 30-inch, 3-point cultivator 3-point hyd~Jlic dump roar mount dirt scoop 4-whael trailer grain box with hoist (2) 200 ~ =~d~e tanks, 4020 brackets John Deem chuckwagon No. 115, shedded John Deero 3800 field chopper and heads Graves 3-point bale fork 1 1/2 yard soil mover Good metal road drag Hetder auger wagon, shedded Kent springtooth 3-rows of teeth Big axe 8-foot, 3-point, blade IHC 92 lister 6.raw, 30-inch ~HC 490 tandem disk hydrauflc, fold 18 1/2-foot. good Drag harrow John Deero 635A row crop head 3-puint fast hitch John Deem 1010 field cultivator, fold up 24-foot 5-whael hay rake Dakon gravity flow trailer, 225 bushel Huase 7-foot. 3-point, shredder Dakon gravlly flow trailer, 300 bushel John Deere No. 7 sickle mower John Deem semi mount 5-bottom plow Landefl 3-point, chisel, 14-foot with anhydrous attachment with hydraulic shutoff 3-point Sprayer with booms and 150 poiy tank, like new Mayrath &inch x 67-foot. PTO drive grain auger Owatonna grinder, mixer, shedded 3-point continental posthole digger with 9-inc~12-inch augers COMBINE AND HEADS 1977 AC Model M Gleaner combin0, hydro traction, diesel engine, shedded and in good condition, 15-foot grain platform Gleaner 6-row, 30-inch cam head 4-~leal heaa~ tndler TRAILERS e 8-1oo~ x l~foot Ixml~ pull stock tr~tsr Tlndem axle 24-foot bumper pull steel flstbed trailer 1966 Ford truck, V-8, 4-speed 2-speed, 13 ll2-foot box and hoist, runs HAY (16) 2002 big round bales, second cutting 4-WHEELER 1987 Honda 250 4-whealer, 2-w~eel drive LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT 10 metal 4-foot x 8-foot caff or hog huts with pens. good condition (2) Big round bale feeders (8~ Metal feed panels (4) Double sided creep feeder, goodPortable ratsed SHOP EQUIPMENT MISCELLANEOUS Fomey Model C-5 electric welder 180 amp Older Parts and miscellaneous tools Cnuse center ling 10-1oot pickup stock recks 8-foot pickup eteel Older GMC step side 2-wheel trailer Electric shutoff 200 gallon fuel barrel with hand pump 100 (2) Broyhtll LP tank heaters 300 and 500 gallon fuel tanks with" 1 i0-volt fUel pump TO BE SOLD FOR 1977 John Deere 4630 tractor with cab with heat and air. AM-FM radio, P,S., 18:4 x 38 duals, fast hitch. 3-hydraulic, 9.148 hours, overhauled at 5,000 hours Serial Number: 026340R 1067 John Deere 4020 tractor, power shift, 2-hydreulics, 18:4 x 34 tires, Serial Number: T243P 169377R Two year old Elk Creek Mflg. 24-foot Crustbuater 3200 grain drill 33 x 10 double disc Noble V-plow 4, 5-foot blades with treadder Dakon 8~ow x 30-inch cultivator folding bar Continental (2) 45 degree grain bin discharge augers Steel truck 13 shaak, 3-point, NH 3 applicator Joffeo/puff type chlasei, 124oot Small IH manure spreader John Osera 3800 chopper, 2-row x 30-thch head & pickup head . 1978 G~W 1/2 ton, 2-wheel drive, 350 automatic pick@, runs gooO FOR MO~E INFOgMATIOH COHTkCT 0ON POPPE AT 402-31Sq8~ m mmm~t atlw ~ e~ ~ am m net ~l~tile tx any ~ ~ mt~et~llr0~b/. No p~tay removed untU male0 ~. ~ anaooncem~ts Don and Carol Poppe, Sale otKlucted by Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction ., ~ Gale Mikkelseat. Read Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box 184, Superior. NE 68978 - Phone 402-879-4464 .- Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Elling and Corey Mikkdsen B-mail: mr44608@alltl.net -- Websi~: mikkels~n-realestat-auctions.com