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7A JiEWELL COUNTY RECORD Classifieds Phone 402+879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come Io 148 E. Third in Supedor or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. 12-Livestock S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- moval of dead cattle at'aS horses. 1- 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray. Mankafo. Phone 785-534-0262 o811. 12-3-Ifc SALE, ERICSON Registered Angus, March e, 1 p.m Ericson I iveStoC~ Mark~l 100 head 2-yea?.~ld Heals- toted Angus bulls. For inf~ atalog conta:Cl Jim Bd~kman, 306 653-2134. 14.Sale Calendar WEDNESDAY', mXfiCH 16, ways 8l and 8. Chester, Neb . ~lhng buitding, comn,~a,cial propels, bar equipment, beer signs and minted items for the Sundowr~ar Bat and Grill, Montgomery Auction and Re- ade in charge of sake, 14-4-7c THURSDAY, MARCH 24, Annuat SuperiOr Consignment Auction east edge of Superior, Nob. Consign items by March 1, robe advertised. Call Roy at 402-746-3823. Momgomery Auc- tion ar~ Re-e]ty in charge <31 sale 14-4-9c TUESDAY, APRIL 5, Ccnsignmenl Auction, north edge of Mankato, Kan. SeFling farm machinery, vehicles, boats, riding mower=, ATVs, loo~s, shop equi0mem, etc. To eonsign items call: Matt Booker (785)648-O226, Neil ~umy (402)879-5566. Advertising deadline for consignments is Monday P-~tch 7. Becket and Bouray Auction Service in charge of sale. ~ 4-7-7c THURSDAY, APR IL 7, Annual Frie~ing Consignment Auction, Highway 36 west of Smith Center~ Kan. Consign by Mamh 15, to bs adverS~ed. Call Roy at 402-746+3823. 14-4-9c SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 9:30 ;+.m Red Cloud, Nob Selling 2,500 l~us salt and pepper sets at auction. Pic- tuFe of most are on website: montgom erya uction .corn Williams Fatuity. Montgomery Auction and Re- ~n charge of sale. 14-8~8c 15-Opportunities CAN YOU dig if9 Heavy Equipment Operator Career. We o~fnr training and codifications ,unn,ng bullffozers, backhoes and excavators Lifetime iob glaceme~t VA benefits e~ig~ble 1.866-362 8497 115 16-Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: farm fresh brown eggs. Wifl deliver to Superior. Phone 785- 875-3951 0r40~-879-5006. 16-9-2p BUTCHER HOGS torsale. Berkshire di~t raised. Delivery, FairfielO Butcher. Shop For more information, contact C horse. 402-984-0303. 16-8-4c For Sale: Winchester gun and office sa~es 402-236-86+g. 1~-2-ffc FOR SALE: 3 Zimmabc Center Piv- dis, MoOels 307, 310 and 410, low hours, good Galv. ~pe. well main= rained. Paced loaded on a ~nuck. 701 - 742-3223. 115 FOR SALE: 21)" 40' 45' 48' 53' Stor+ age containers ~entraleontainet.net or 785 655 9430 16 HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 440 South Mapre St. Nelson, Neb. rn wes~ Nelson, unh~mished two ~us bedrooms, lhree floors, oUer bul in free condllticn. Lots of s~ e inside and oul Forcea to sell l:,ecause of he~th of others, Asking $39,000 Price is negotiable for ofle re Call 816-500-4074 I I ir-1 ~ Olson Farm 140 +/- Clay County I rrigated Acres For Sale HELP WANTED Very productive farm wit~ exceplional soils and water availability] Six miles Northeast of Hastings, Nebraska al the corner of Road 320 and Ih~ Clay/Adams Coumy line. Adam D. Paveika (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 | ww,a.agHaffiliatt ,comil I~ A ,RI AI ILIAIrlES. [NC I Tnu~ay. March 3, 2016 MILEAGE BC.O~S for sale Itom Su- perior Pu~lshin~ Co. Help keep track o! travel expenses for the I.RS. 16-38-tip 21 -Pe d ani:! S eein~. 20t5. Fed caltl ,narkctin~, Its, the mt~n Ih of J all|tal~ Iotaled 355.11N X} head. tmvhangcd front la.q year. O, Ihez d b, ap- pearaw.' duri ng January tt~tab.'t[ I II LOt M.l head. down .$.(gX)head frtmt tuft } car. Obituaries I John Railsbaek John Douglas Railsback, 68, Olath + died Feb. 22 tohn was born May 22+ 1947, ia Beloit to Joe and Olive Raitsback. He grow up ia [onia and graduated horn Glen Elder High School. Growing up he worked oa the l-amilydauy farm. Wb.iie ~till in school he joined rE Kansas bi'ationa] Guards lakin8 trainmg at Fort ] ~onardwood, Mo ar d schooling in Aberbecn, Md. In 1976 he m~ried Sue McL.ea~ and they had ~me daughter before they divorced. John drove a ~m i for several years until he ~-~tled down in Kansas City. In September 1982 he L~u~ne Max~alI and, gained a step= daughter. For morn than 25 years he worked for Asphalt Sales Comparty in OIalke, wearing maay different hats until he was a lentil=it coordinator. Jo~lurb iS survived, by: wife Loaar~, Olathe: daughtea-. M~, Dan ~lu'oed~ (Alisha)+ St. Cload+ Fla.; stepdaugh- ter, Mrs. Bobby Carmona fReagan), Lestexa; granddaughters+Piper and Mia Schroeder+ Gabrie lie Carmona: brad- era Wi I lard (Senti) RailsbacL Bandon, Ore.; Frank Railshack. Mankaro; sew eral nieces, nephew and many friends. John was preceded in death by his parents: brodmr, Robert Railshack; r~ephew, Wesley Railshack: grand- r~phew. Christopher I~ilsback. Fmmrat was held S tmday in Olarl'~. A memorial service will be held at a later date in Ionia, Penwell+Gabte Fu- neral Service, Olathe. was in charge of arrangemems. Buford Tucker Buford Tucker, 10l, f ,rmer]y of Ionia. Kan.+ died at Midland Hospital Hou~ in Topeka. Kan on Feb. 27+ 2(}16. Buford Tu~ker was b<+m on Dec. /; I, Ig 14. tu F,d and Gla;ly.~h+cker t,n a lama northwest of /(,nia m lowell County. Kan~s. He was the ~cond of .seven children b<,m zt+ E aqd Glady~. Twn -fthe .'reveu arc .~,rviving. Buford a~iended A~h {+reek and Center Distrk'l ~htx,]', through lhe eighth frade 4.r, times were t<,ugh. there wa~;n-I m~xh io do other tl~an w ~rk on the farm. |n his early 2I~. Buford le[t Kansas and v,e~t tt~ wnrk ftlr the 3nluckersCompany in d~eState ,rf Washington. Healtemated between Kansas and Wa:,hingt0~ tbr ~eral years until hk rnollher died Buford married Wilma Thomas on June 12. 194(% They lived ona ram, in Jewell Chanty. They ~e~e parents to three children: Judy, Robert and Connie. During the Igt~)s they ran a gn)cery .~tnre in Ionia. They alan look a U'lp IO Oregon to visit relati yes. Buford worked for Ro ~ Pork Farm for alxml 311 years. The Tuckers lived a simple life- They enjoyed playing pitch and danc- ing+ Bufi~rd liked workin~ in his shop. He was never too m~'h into xports or ,)thor outdt~rsy type of activities. Time w igh his ram i ly w&,~ t he rra.~st i napoltant 10 him. Baford lo.~t his first wife on Nov. I I. 198]. In 1986 he married [:era I.ytm and the)' sta yed 5 years together until hetdeath in 201 I, He then nm~ed from his home ia Ionia to Hi}hop Lodge, Beloit, on March 6, 2(111. While at Hilltop he liked playing bi+tgth work- ,n~ in the uaalen and woodworking. hut II10-~,t uf all he enjoyed fan, ly and l rmnds stopping by for a visit. In Ih~ sprnnl~ of 2015 he moved t~ O.sa~e City. Kam ro be closer to his daugh- tel'~;. Preceding Buford in death were ~'Lih Comprehe~ive 136 E 4fh Stree~ Superior, N~b 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb+ 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superiortan dt @ 9mail.corn Superior Sales, Service, Satisfaction! .+ Real Estate for Sale a 4 rto tte. Coverin9 Nebraska and Kansa~ Ga~e M,kkeJsen. Re~i F.stale l~oker (40~) 879-4464 FOR ICIlNSA,~-NEBRASKA SALESPERSONS Carry Mikkelsen (402) B7g-150~t Monte tm~er (785) 794-2263 IBr~d IBcuray Cell (402) $7g-5927 NEBRASKA SALESPERSONS Selma Ferguson 44021 225-3641 Dale Kova~da 44021 225-3443 Websute mukk elseffa go?lenS.earn FaceOo~k racebooh c0m mukk~'l~L~r.1~rl paft'nt~, hkx I-ffXl wlte+ Wiln|a: and s c- end v, ffe, bern: h ~ s,m, Robert+ on l-eh. iV. ['965; ,~sm ~. Mayme Reinen and Ruth Underwood: brothers, Walt Tucker and Atch,e Tucker:. and a ~n- in-law. I.eon Fall Smvivors are two daughters. Judy Fall BurJingame, Ken and Connie and husband. Jim. Roben~n, Olathe, Kan.: ~'~en grandchildren: 14 gr~at- grandchildren: four g~eal- great- grand+ children: two sisters, M,~ Fiene and Ruby He'sting: many ni~'e~, nephews friends. Vi.~itation was Tuesday, March l, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Kleppinger Funeral H/tree. 4(Y'/ Bttmdway. Jewell. Kan . who handled arrangements. Fanefa| ~,ces were Wedne~ay. March 2, at I I a.m. at Ionra United Methodist Church, Ionia, Kan with memorials being given to the chucch. Burial was in the Ionia Cemmery. p, Bun" Oak Weather larry {;Bit, It, NOAA Observer Average High Temperature First 14 Days of February 37 t.nst 15 Days of F~bma~ 6 I Daily Highs and Lows February 24 50 2 I February 25 54 2t February 26 39 2 I l~ebm~xy 27 60 22 February 28 77 29 February 29 60 30 March t 68 I g Precipitation February sr~uwf~ll 9 Seasonal snowfall 19 I Courthouse News lowell County Regislcr or I~ Mitchie Woeraer and Cheryl Woerner tu Mitchie Woerner and Cheryl Wt~rner: Lot4 and t'l/~ Lta 5 BIt~'k 46 original town.~ite City of Mankatt+; a=vJ Lots 9,1(1,15 and 1~ ,"h:ctiun tg, Township 25. Range gW. Tmtollh) O. Harm~, and Dehra Harm~ tu Kris Brumng: NE 114 Scvhon 20. l~v,n,h,p 2S, Range 6W. SUXall M. Ci coll! and Lawrence J. Ci.ccolli to Kris Bruning: NEI/4 S . 1ion 21). "]'ownsl,ip 2S. Range 6W. MehssaS. Harms to K~m, Brmling: NI:I (4 Secl LOt 2(L'I'u~ nship 2S. Range 6W. Ru~'rt Z. Harms IIo Kr~s Brunmg: N ['{/4 Sc~'tion 20.l'o~ansh ip 2 S, Range 6W. Jt~l M. Berry to Ttm Joel M. Berry Family Tm~t: tme-lhird interest ,n W I/2SEt/4 Seclion 19, Township 3S. Range 6W; NEI/4 Section 33, Town. .~hip 4S. Range 7W: W|/2NEIf4 S - ti~m ~5+ Township 45, Range 7W; NW L/4 Section 6. Townsh ip 4S, Range 6W. Gordon I). Berry and Carolyn S, Berry as gramors 10 Gordtm D. and CaF,~lyn S Berry Fanlily ']'resl a one- third interest in: W I:2SFI/4 Section 19. Township 3S, Range 6W: NEI/4 Section 33, Township 4S+ Range 7W; W I f2N[ 1/4 Section 15, Township 4S, Range 7W: NW1/4 S clion 6. Town- ship 4S+ Range 6W. Wade C. Berry ~ grantor to The W~de C. Berry Family "[]-,t~t: a one- third imerest in: W l ~SI,: I :'4 Set'tion 19, Township 3S. Range fiW; NEI/4 Section 33. q'own ship 4S. Range ?W: W I/2NE 1/4 Secti(m 15. Township 4S. Range =~W; NW I/4 S clion 6. Towtt- ,;hip 4S+ Range 6W. Warren D. l(x:rg and Maniyn K. Jt~.'rg Io warnen D Ioerg and Marilyn K. Jt~.r~. Iru.~tees of rh ' Manlyn K tt~tg ']'rusl : Pall of ,~F. I/4 ~q,2~.'lit'rn 2 I, Township 4, Range 6. R~,nald D. C~x~k aud Diana H. Ctx,k Slates Wasteco Fer reliable Irash services when the roads are bad Who ya gonna call? I~pendable Service Reasonable Rates Billing Home 785-794 2256 Cell 785-534-7212 785-378-3006 Available for Special Service as Needed, i,~' Slates ~ Auctions, Remodels and More Call for Details ~ ql ' Serving Jewe~l County since 1999 E~.re~- Corner, Every Town Zoltenko Farms, Inc, A progress~ and family.owned livestock epe ration ~ated near Hardy, Neb. is seeking t>oth lull-time and p~ll~-tlme member= Io ~ln our growing learn. This is a lasl-paced and team-~riented environment with rapidly eva/ring work obleelive$. ~ ot ZFt's open ix~il~rl~ Jl~l,l~: Gone Transfer Technician Lab0.mtory Technician Outside 0potations-Maintenance eBackup DMivery Drtver "~, 1+t~,~.~ 7,y.d~" Reliatde lransl~lati0n t~u,~e0. Apl~ications remain acbve [0r 6 monks/ram compl~0n date. Pre-hire physical and dm9 screen required. Health Insurance, Paid Time-Off, eupplemenlal i~mance, Free pork provided, Zoltenko Farms, Inc. is EEO, Well quai:rlied appricants should call (785) 278-5405 or ernall cal'eef's@z~Jlfll~J.c0fll for an applicali~, zt) Carul Cook: ant und= vided one-J0tmh ,ntrn:~l. (.'mtl~ Riaella andivtded one- fourth n,rerest, Sus;,n Smith, a one- third michel1 in: Lots 13 and 14 Block 41 ut,ginal townsire City of Jewell Cily; and [at)Is t4.15 and Ifi Bl~k 5 original tuwnsit Cily of JewelL Anna Murray to Cml Murray; E 65 tLml of Lots 5 ~ 6 Bloelt 78 original lownsit Cily uf Mankato ~nt~. a tract of land b~ing a partof SEh'4 Secllon 16, Township 3S, Range 8W. Traffic Brayden J. Black. pu Hing glass, eta:. on highway, $213. l.indscy R. Dankenbnng+ driving on left side of roadway. $183 Keneth J. Petter+ ~peeding, $153. David Joseph Re,tcr. ,mpmperpass- ing of sch~fl bus, $423. ~gistrati0n, $1fXl Kyaunn Akil Thontp~n, vpcsale rP~l .r vehicle " ,'ilhOUL valid ~icens , $358, speeding, $45. Sherri A. Whitson, regist;atioa, $20g. JeweU PubHc Ia'brary hosts book release party By Kerma Cmu~ The ]ewell I%.hlic l+ibrary hosted a book relea~ pan), on Thurr,day. E~','3 /h~y /.~ a Gi~, the second Ixmk by Jewell author, Erin Lyn Burks. wa~ rcJeased I<, the public, The book is a dai{y dcvolional book filled with Ihoughlr ~-'n pture~ and pert in ~i que-~- tions to tine tune ~ae's spiritual fncus. The cvun| ~a~ attended hy um~ than 4(] peopIe. ]'hose in alk'ndance included ~veral family men,bets and well as l'r~tmds for refreshments conversation und the chance IIo h~ve a copy of the book persunaliy ~,pned by the authm, Enn~ first b~x~k, T~,'{<'<~ che B/t~.~- ing, wax al~) available. Accordiny: to Barks, Lh is hou.k ch.rt~.nic les "ore fa ith- based journey of parenth,x~ a~, ~,e open tmr hearts and share: the miscar- riage of uur firs1 child', the premature hinhofout I win~,',out daughter's l~m)e- ctmung ,<) Heaven. and our ~)n's mi- racu]ous hmnec,t~ming zo our home." To learn InOl~'+ visit the Twice 1he Bl ~r, ing Facebook page. Walk gansas' will eneomm e a healthy, nutrltmm lifestyle Walk Ka n ~s is a learn ba ~-xl pro- gram thai can help you and od~ets lead a healthier "qf by being more acliVe, making betre[ nutrition choices, awl learning positive ways to deal with szre~s. The g-week heaLthy iifesly] challenge is organized annually by K- Stale ~arch and Ex~ens/nn and will take place from Apri~ 3 to May 28, How wil~ Walk Kansas motivale you? Teams of six people, one ~rving a~ a captain, v, ork low,n3 a tl:tt,ntkln goal. M~y,t lean1', [rive to walk at [easl 150 minutes pet person each week, whielt collectively ig enough Io walk 423 miles over eighll weeks. While no ,f CHILD CARE PROVIDERS WANTED . Must be l~-.yeat-o~l ot o~et R~mrm~+s re;lu*md AH Ira,urn0 pa~ oy church + P,~rs 10'15-'=1:45a nn Su~lsys, $~2 ~r hour A~l~c~ns aval~alak~ at Superk~r Unlt~l Meth0~Ist Church Ofl:k~ 448 N Kan~s, Supen0r. Nob. UorKlay-Fnday, 9 a.m.+l p.m. Thursday Ma~cr" 3 2016 team ~'tually walk, acres, Kaw.a- 423 rail .s is the equtvalent of the di.~- tar, ce ac 0ss the stare. Teams that want a greater challenge can stri'~.e Io walk a meandering trek actress tl~ state from Troy to Elkhart, 751) miles, or around the perimeter of Kansas, 1,200 miles. For reams who successfully complete their challenge, each participant will be entered for a chance to win one of five Garmin Vivofit activily h~k~r~! Walking i.g not the only activity that counts. Any physicat activity com- plctcxt a[ moderate inlen,it)- ,;r higher and done for at Ieas~ I<] c~m.~cutive minutes can be counted. M~ale~'a=e ,n. tensity means you curt harely ta{k but you can't si0g, Team members log minules o|' ac- tivity each day and relX, rt that n,mbe~ to the zeamcaplain each wtu.'k. Report- ing fruit and ~egetable consamption and water is optional. -Each Monday, captains submit a team repo~ to their local Post Rock District Office. Then, a state-wide wehsite converts the lime walked into mi, ies, You'll he able to visuatize how your Iea|l].'s efforts an: "walking across Kansa ;'online az http~ /w ww.wal kkansa~,org/. Newsleuers me distnbuled weekly and include lips f~r moreactwe livin[z, nu~tion advice, recnptl~+ ~tress man- agement ideas, and healthy living on a budgel. This year. Walk Kansas will help panicipants increase f~'us on po~ture, strength training, and activi- ties thal promol cardiova~ ula~ health. You will receive suplu,n and encour- agement from team members and K- State Research arid Extengion. T~ pamcipate o, a team in lhe Post Rock District you can access a regis- tration packel and complete details at the ofl~t't~, in Belo it+ Liaoa|n. Mankatt~, Osl~me and Smith Cenllur. The Walk Kansas regislrati+m deadlme is March 25 ~+ gel ytmr leanrl member~ con- meted and register today'. Family Fun Night will be next Sunday "[he annual Je~.elt ('Ot.T~i) |:ami]y l.mz Nigbt will h~ held S,|nda~. March ~3. all the Mankato CIIII~ Budding (fonne~ armory p. The evening bcguns al 4;3(I p.ln. with a ~mp supper Ihall t)[ft rr, ht~,|llle. n+ad ch,cken nt~,dk', brt~.-coh chL"ese a,d chdt ~ups, pulled ~rk and ~,loppy Fre sand~x |ches. p|e aad vther de ~'rts and a beverage. A tree w~L1 of| ring will be accepted. EyeD' 15 minule~ throughout the cvem|tg, drawings wi|| he held for door prizes and pri,- s wi|l be awarded forgames. Carnival gamt's v,ill offer an enjoyable lime f<~r the whole family. As a finale, gramt prize drawing.~ w~.il beheld fora Fi~bi~ Blaze .~man fitness which, a 41)-inch flal screen smart TV. a $2(10 gill cenilicate THE SUPEf~IOR EXPRESS 7B dtmaled by {)u~x MeaL~ aulxd SLIM{ cash donaled hy Rulhng H{Ib, El ,2rfi~- |"am~{y Fu~ N|~ht l~) atmual iurd+ raJsffig rdrojec[ ctR>rdzilated b:," Je~e~l C~,unly 4-H alunttL, and the 4-H cuun- eLI, The purpose of thl~. at.-tt~,ffy ts lO increase the general publ,c% a~are- ness u[ th~ ounly 4-H program Ihal [m'u~s on ytmth leadership and o~m- munity .service, and tt~ ~I? generate opezational funds. The.o= funds will pta)vide financiat supl'~n to youth as they allend rations camps and activi- ties m addititm to academic ~'holar- ships for/ewell Counlly youllhs. Jewell County 4-H clubs, 4-H alumni "and area hasines.se,2 donauons help to make this event possihle. Donations are appr~ia|ed, and the following items are still needed tohelp with the ~up supper:, fi, ttr large lem- onade coatainers, 400 16-ounce cups. 30 pkgs- eight count hamburger buns, 500 pie plates, 300 sturdy s~,p bowls. 200 spoons, 200 forks and 500 nap- kins. Jewetl Trinity UMW meet for quilt tying Jewcll Triuily women met Feb. 4 and 5 for their annual guilt flying day~. This project wa-s stancd years ago und continue to do ,;o ~'cau~ olthe great need for hlankets in m|s~itms. T~m is Great sat i,~t'a~.'~ion, knowing thc~c Man- kels are nectlcd altd ~ill be pu.I tt)g~d u~. UMW experie|tccs lwo tldy~, of gtxxt felk)w.~hllp, ttw, d and work. Thr, year 71] 1;,p throv,~, uv,in, y<+ttlh and h~h~, hlankel~ were tx~mpletcd. Ftx~d prepared h)Ih ~omen ~ lle chi{i and hrocc,+li ,oup. cr,+.kcr C JlC"C.".4?. ~, c~b, ies, vtK:~k,e~ tle',~'ll-, ,ml L'inllall1~.lIl tt~ll~, "['here ~, a, P1LSt .I "~1011 age ol z