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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 10, 2016 Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, Consignment Auction, north edge of Mankato, Kan. Selling farm machinery, vehicles, boats, riding mowem, ATVs, tools, shop equipment, etc. To consign items call: Matt Becker (785)648-0226, Nell B~ouray (402)879-5566. Advertising deadline for consignments is Monday Mamh 7. Becker and Bouray Auction Service in charge of sale. 14-7-7c THURSDAY, APRIL 7, Annual Frieling Consignment Auction, Highway 36 west of Smith Center, Kan. Consign by March 15, to be advertised. Call Roy at 402-746-3823. 14-4-9c SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 9:30 a.m., Red Cloud, Neb. Selling 2,500 plus salt and pepper sets at auction. Pic- ture of most are on website: montgomeryauction.com Williams Family. Montgomery Auction and Re- alty in charge of sale. 14-8-8c SATURDAY, MAY 28, 4 p.m., Edgar Neb. Selling remaining items from Edgar school including: wood doom, chalk boards, two metal steeples, old lights, coat hooks, trim wood and other items. Will only last one hour. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-10-12c SUNDAY, JUNE 12, noon at 741 N. BUTCHER HOGS for sale. Berkshire dirt raised. Delivery, Fairfield Butcher Shop. For more information, contact Charlie, 402-984-0303. 16-8-4c For Sale: Winchester gun and office safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp 18-Household Goods DINING ROOM chaim for sale. Some have arms, some with cushions. 402- 200-0139. 18-10-1 p FOR SALE: Three pieces, like new, People Lounger wallaway sectional with end recliners, fabric, slight pat- tern tan, ecru, green. Best offer, 785- 378-3275• 18-10-1c 21-Feed and Seed CERTIFIED SEED oats, $6 per bushel. Nupride 8261, glyphosate tolerant soybean seed. Joel Masch- mann, 402-200-0004.21-8-15c 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR Sale: 202 Summit Ave, Webber, Kan., near Lovewell Lake. Completely remodeled. New plumb- ing, electric, heating, air, vinyl siding and windows. Corner lot with de- tached garage. 785-753-4098. 24-9-tfc EXTRA LARGE two-car garage for sale. Very good condition. New tin roof, 1405 N. Commercial. 402-879- 4287 or 402-279-2045. 24-9-4p 36 Thank you Seward, Red Cloud, Neb. Selling THANK YOU to our family for plan- vehicles: 2005 Buick 53,000 miles; ning my 80th birthday events and for 2007Chevroletpickup,45,000miles; the many cards I received. It was a tractor, tools, many fine pieces of great birthday. Pat Frahm 36-10-1p furniture (some old), collectibles, household and much more for the Charles Reiher Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-10-14c SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 10:30 a.m., 242 N. Cherry, Red Cloud, Neb. Sell- THANK YOU for all the cards, phone calls and "Happy Birthday" greetings I received for my "20th" leap year birthday. I enjoyed every one of them. Bob Henkel 36-10-1c THE FAMILY of Georgia Keim would ing real estate, collectibles, toys, fur- like to thank everyone for their cards, niture, household and much more for memorials and acts of kindness dur- MargretaWilliams.MontgomeryAuc- ing the time of Georgia's death. A tion and Realty in charge of sale. special thanks to Rev. Warren 14-10-15cSchoming and Rev. Mike Anderson for presiding at the service. Your gen- BRANSON COLLECTOR Car Auc- erosity was very much appreciated. tion - Celebrating 38 years. April 15- The family of Georgia Keim. 16, 2016. Featuring Corvettes, Mus- 36-10-1 p tangs, Mopar, Jaguar, MG, Triumph. Consign your car todayt 800-335- I WOULD like to thank the doctors 3063,www•bransonauction.com. 14 and staff at Bryan Heart in Lincoln and Brodstone Hospital in Superior for the excellentI received in care both places. Also, thank you to my Pastor Steve Berry, the chaplin at operatorcareer.Weoffertrainingand Bryan, my family and friends for the certifications running bulldozers, cards, visits, food, prayers, gifts and backhoes and excavators. Lifetime other acts of kindness shown me Donald St. John Donald Eugene St. John, 71, Salina, Kan., formerly of Jewell, Kan., died March 6, 2016, at Salina Regional Health Center. Don was born March 13, 1944. He married Jane Marie Henningsen on Aug. 26, 1967. To this union was born two daughters, Maria Ann and Gabrielle Marie. Don owned a service station, worked in construction, welding and packing plants. Survivors include: wife of 48 years, Jane; daughter, Maria, and husband Danny, Salina; three grandchildren, Dameon and wife, T.C., Christopher, Courtney and husband, Steven; two great-grandchildren, Camryn and Skylee; three brothers and three sis- ters; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Don was preceded in death by his daughter, Gabrielle; parents, and three brothers. A funeral will be held in Jewell, Kan., at Kleppinger Funeral Home, 409 Broadway, on March 9, 2016, at 10 a.m. with burial in Wallace Cem- etery. A coffee gathering will be held at the Club House of South Winds in Salina, Kan., March 9, at 6 p.m. for all who wish to come. p. Ronnie Russell Ronald Samuel Russell, 73, died March 3 at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit, where he had resided since May 2000. He was born to Henry S. and Gertrude Hancock Russell Oct. 20, 1942, in his grandparents' home at Randall. Ronnie, as he was known, and his family lived in Randall until he was five years old and then moved to Mankato when his father accepted a job with the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Ronnie attended school in Mankato and at the age of 15 illness hit him. Much time was in the KU Medical Center running tests. It was found he had a crippling muscle disorder, with no known cure. This didn't stop Ronnie from en- joying life. He used his bicycle for transportation to make trips around Mankato visiting with friends. It was an effort for him, but he never com- plained and always had a smile for those he met. Much time was passed at the barbershop visiting with the guys. kfter his mother died, Ronnie and his brother, Roger, took up house keeping until he was admitted to Hilltop. Times were special for Ronnie, as he especially liked visiting with his grandparents and family in Randall. His love was riding his bicycle, watch- ing ball games (especially KU basket- ball), listening to music, and in the summer being in the wheat field watch- ing the combines run. Ronnie liked his candy and his favorite was peanut but- ter cups, although he wouldn't turn down cupcakes. His favorite drink was Dr. Pepper. Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents and brother. He is survived by his aunt, Opal Brandon, Resident Care Center, Beloit; cousin, Thelma Shelton, Jewell; and other relatives and friends. Funeral was held Monday at Hill- top Lodge, Beloit. Cremation was cho- sen. A private family memorial will take place at a later date. Schoen Fu- neral Home and Monuments, Beloit, is handling arrangements. Jewell By Roberta Holdren After the Jewell Library Board meeting last Monday, Non Willis and his wife Karen stopped by the library for a cookie and coffee reception. Cindy Traump, current chairwoman, and Twila Means, past chairwoman, were present to give Ron and Karen best wishes in their upcoming move to Halstead. Karen has done art work for the library in the past. Mr. and Mrs. Willis will be missed in Jewell. Word was received this week of the deathofMichael"Tony" McMullen of Eskridge. Tony and his parents were once Jewell residents. He attended Jewell Rural High School. The afternoon coffee group at the Scoop helped Pat Willmeth celebrate her birthday Friday. Non and Pat Zentz are painting the outside of the former Judy's Beauty Shop which they recently purchased. Arleta Carlton was taken by ambu- lance to the Mitchell County Hospital Josie Wilson was chosen as "Stu- dent of the Month" at Beloit High School. Members of Trinity United Meth- odist Church hosted the Methodists' county wide Lenten Service Sunday evening. The event began with a light supper and group singing. Rod Rose brought the message on forgiveness. More than 30 people were in atten- dance. Last Monday found Rachel Crouse bowling in Concordia with friends. After bowling she had supper in Formoso with Frosty and Kerma Crouse. More than 40 people attended the "Every Day is a Gift" book release party held at the Jewell Public Library Thursday. Kerma Crouse taught in North Platte Saturday then went to Chadron to visit Dr. Margaret Crouse. Margaret is Frosty Crouse's sister. There is now a Jeweli Community Vacation Bible School facebook page! Get on board with "Ocean Commotion - Diving into Noah' s Flood". This event will be happening in July. Bob and Sandy Westgate were in Wichita for a few days visiting friends. Butch and Mary Frances Holdren, Clay Center, Kan., called on Roberta Holdren. The Bloodmobile was in town last Wednesday. They lacked two pints of meeting the quota. Saturday the temperature was in the 80's (can you believe that in Kansas in February). Sunday the wind was so strong it nearly blew you over. Mon- day a cold front came through, Ed and Pat Wright, Concordia, were visitors in Jewell last week. Ed was from Ionia and Pat was from Montrose, graduating with the Montrose Class of 1957. Jewell County was named in honor of Col. Lewis R. Jewell, a gallant of- ricer of the Civil War. Colonel Jewell of Massachusetts lineage, after spend- ing his early life in Ohio, came to Kansas and established himself near Fort Scott as a farmer and stock raiser. last Tuesday. At the out break of the Civil War he The Beloit girls basketball team joined a company of the Sixth Kansas placed second in the sub-state basket- Calvary and was elected captain. He ball tourament. Josie Wilson of Jewell was subsequently commissioned alieu- is a member of the Beloit ball team. tenant colonel. He served with extreme Sunday the NCK CASA organiza-bravery and volunteered for service in tion held a dinner at the Community an attack at the battle of Cane Hill, Center. Ark., in November of 1863. At this The Trinity Methodist church has time he was fatally wounded. Colonel updated their sound system. It was Jewell never saw the county which enjoyed by the Sunday servicebears his name, nor have any of his attendies, relatives ever been connected with the county. Real Estate for Sale REAL ESTATE & AUCTION, LLC Covering Nebraska and Kansas UPERIOR TOUR & TRAVEL,.o 4228 Road F Tips for avoiding your personal ,ntormat,on, including your credit card numbers. The callers common scams ignore the Do-Not-Call registry and The first full week of March we even the requests from consumers to observe National Consumer Protec- be removed from their lists. Often, the tion Week. While our office focuses recorded message says to press 1 to year round on protecting consumers speak to a representative or press 2 to from seams and rip offs, this week in beremoved. Werecommendyoupress particular we remind Kansans to be no buttons and just hang up. Pressing a diligent in keeping themselves safe. button will confirm to the robo-dialer , It is also one of our customs this that they've found a working number week to report to you some of the most and someone who will answer their common scams our office received phone. They then sell this information complaints about over the past year. to other scammers, meaning you'll get These seams have been around for even more calls. years and yet we hear complaints about IT Support. In this seam, the caller eachofthesenearlyeveryday. So, stay claims to be from a well-known com- on thelookout for these ways the crooks puter company telling you they' ve de- are trying to get a hold ofyour money: tected a virus on your computer and IRS/Government lmposter. In these offers to help you remove it by con- seams, the fraudster calls impersonat- necting remotely to your computer. ing a government employee. The most The irony here is that the seam artist is common one is a scammer imperson- actually trying to install a virus on your ating the INS saying you owe back computer to give them access to all taxes and needing you to pay immedi- your files and your personal informa- ately via your credit card or by pur- tion that is in them. The scammer may chasing a pre-paid card and calling also be trying to hack into your ma- them backwiththecardnumber. Other chine to send out spare emails from variations include scammers calling your account. If your computer really saying you've missed jury duty and does have a problem, take it to a repu- need to pay a time. We've even had table, localcomputerrepairshop.Never scanuners call impersonating the at- give a stranger access to your com- torney general' s office saying they were puter over the phone. going to come arrest you if you don't Utility Bill Collectors. Similar to pay a fine immediately. Even the INS the government imposter seam de- does not use such threatening tactics to scribed above, in this one, the scammer try to get you to pay up. Most often, is impersonating a utility company. when you owe money to a government Almost all of the major utilities in the agency, they are going to send you state have been impersonated. The. notices by mail. If you do get some- caller will threaten to shut off your thing in the mail, it's a good idea to electricity, water or other utilities un- lock up that agency's number in the less you pay them immediately. Usu- blue pages of a phone book or on their ally they want you to wire money or official website and call to make sure give them a prepaid card number. This it's a legitimate letter, makes it very difficult or nearly impos- You'reaWinner.Thisageoldscam sible to get the money back once it is still hasn't gone away. Whether it's a sent. The scammers often target small foreign lottery or a government grant, businesses, where they know a busi- scammers are still luring people to ness owner would rather pay than risk send money with the promise of a having their utilities turned off and future"prize," if only they will send in have to close the business. Again, your the money to pay for the taxes or pro- best solution is to hang up. If you have cessing fees now. We always remind questions about the status of your util- consumers that the Kansas Lottery is ity bill payments, call the utility di- the only legitimate, legally operating rectly at the phone number printed on 'our bill. lottery in Kansas, and you should never have to pay money upfront to claim a prize. Card Services. One of our most common complaints is about these robo calls claiming to be from "Card Ser- vices" wanting to help you lower your rates. This is a seam looking to collect See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES 111 E, Main St., Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 FULL-TIME WORK YEAR AROUND job placement. VA benefits eligible, during this most difficult time. A "spe- HOUSE FOR gALl: Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate BrokerHardy, Neb. 1-866-362-6497. 15 cial" thanks to my three sons and my ............... ~-- sisters-in-law, Ruth and Trish, for 1st floor: Spacious quarters, (402) 879-4464 1 -MISC,-TOr ate ..... :helping.me out during my recovery.... 2Jtchen dininqmom livinoroom .... FOR KANSAS -NEBRASKA 402"279"251L, ,.= .... .... , " God is good Thank you iarlys iamiiyroom 21/2 bath and 3~bedrooms SALESPERSONS RDo 979Jlfl', : " " Qualifications I-UH SALE: Farm fresh brown eggs. Un(3.1um " .qR-l(3-1n 2nd floor" 2 furnished apartments, Corey .Mikkelsen ... (402) 879-1504""-'-----'- --- " • Class A CDL • 25 years old Will deliver to Superior. Phone 785- " ........... _%. with d^~" ~4 ........ ~" ...... Monte imler ........... (785) 794-2263 875-3951 or402-879-5006. 16-9-2p f -~ ,e~na,'u.~e,~.'at~'~at''u' Brad Bouray ... Cell (402) 879-5927 superiortandt@gmail•com . • 2 years experience tractor-trailer -- ~ Residential, Agricultural, & ~ 4 car oemcneo garage, | Commercial Title Insurance I underground sprinklers and a yard shed NEBRASKA SALESPERSONS ,,~ o ,., • Must pass pre-employment drug screen uperlor aies, ka e ceda., 5,000 .... ' Call to discuss pay pac g / -Escrow & Closing I - Pri t.t7 - Selma Ferguson (402) 225-3641 I I |Title & Lien Searches-Abstracts I Dale Kovanda ....... (402) 225-3443 I CHILD CARE I I Ide 1T'tl h th N k 11 C t I 715N Central, Superior, Neb .... Service, . . • . weos.e:mikke,seoauo onsoom " ati fa 'ionf Contact Randy, 402 224 1319 PR VIDER documents of land patents from - , ~ S Ct " 36-tf˘ .... 10-2c I 0 S WANTED I Il°a ,e m~:_l~00]f:o:Su ~uny I .... Phone 402-879-4617 ..... Facebook: facebook.com/mikkelsenauction I :Mustbe 18-year-old or older I I.! Homesteads tothe pr'esent. 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