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!50,000 FIRST year potential, y location. Think it's to be true, don't call. 800- Extension No. 2673. payment? Problem a new home without the payment. If you're moti- 35,000 plus income call Home Partners at 800-830- or log on to our web site .=partners.com. 'Misc. For Sale FABRIC, 6 feet wide, 14-rail. guarantee, 37 cents Inmg foot. Drip irrigation sup- Order by April 4. mty Conservation District, 16-11-3c CEDAR trees, hand-dug, 15-16 tail, $1 each, order by April 4. Ptnes and shrubs also avail- , Conservation Dis- 1. 16-11-3c m, no interest and no for six months WAC. Call of Red Cloud for softeners :ing water systems at 800- For limited time only. 16-11-3c (E MODEL power chair-new, Call 402-879-3964. 16-10-3p now has Sugar Shack and candle warmers. Tan a week, 785-378-3802, Kan. 16-10-tfc ~ET ACCESS from $12.95 a i Jewell contact Pierce Elec- ]1 or call 1-800- a local agent. 16-10-tfc .EM EN: stock salt 50 pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-tfc All brands of soft- 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc 31FT certificates, useful for now available at The )ress. 16-40-tfp vinyl letters make a snap. Have yours cus- ~de by Superior Publishing 402-879-3291. We also S~gns and letter trucks. --------~-___ 16-12-tfp SUPPLIES in stock or will Superior Publishing 16-20-tfp 3 blowout special[!! out our quality buildings at ;that can't be beat! 800-973- or visit our web site at I.org. "ROOFING-building materials. ~ized steel starting at $32 per Painted at $42. Call Western alog: Hays 800-770- )urg 800-489-4100, available. ROOM DirecTV system, in- 3 months free inemax, a $66 vatue, ac- channels! Digital-qual- ure and sound. Packages ;r month. Limited offer. 800- COMPLETE Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad HOT TUBS, home show specials, choose from 60 hot tubs, $2,195- $4,495, 7-foot lounger, twin pumps, 35 jets: $2,995. Video, price list at 800-869-0406 or goodlifespa.com. POOL CLEARANCE! $829!ware- house sale on new, leftover 2002 pools! Huge 31x19-foot, family-size pool with sundeck, fence and filter! 100 percent financing! (WAC) Instal- lation arranged. Home owners, call 800-852-7946-limited area. 21-Feed and Seed ALFALFA HAY Large round bales Small square bales, Bruning Farms LLC, 402-353-4165. 21-10-4c HAY FOR sale, also will plant alfalfa or feed on shares. No up front costs for landlord. Prefer pivot land. Land- owner keeps government payment. 50-50 shares on hay. Will also do custom swathing and baling on shares or cash. Call now to plan for future profits. 402-236-8745. 21 - 10-3c BIG ROUND bales of prairie hay and alfalfa for sale. Call 402-879-4881. 21-5-tfc ALFALFA SEED for sale. Lyle Schroer. 402-756-7020. 21-8-13c 22-Vehicles 1993 CADILLAC DeVille, 99,000 miles, very good condition inside and out, $5,995. Call 402-879-3348 or 402-469-8053. 22-11-1c 1991 OLDSMOBILE 98, fully equipped, 119,000 highway miles, always garaged, like new inside and out, $2,750. 402-756-7194.22-11-1c HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SA VE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational 1977 ' HOLIDAY ,~lambler; 32-foot, excellent .condition, 785-378-3463 evenings, weekends. 23-11-1c HONDA PERFORMANCE FIRST CBR954, $8,699 Garbers 402-729-2294 23-11-1c 24-Real Estate COMPLETELY RESTORED, five bedroom house for sale by owner. Call days 402-469-6223, evenings 402-879-4208. 24-18-tfc 26-Notice MADS ANDERSON contemporary art show, Red Cloud Opera House Gal- lery, March 15-April 15. 26-11-1c EXHAUST EM- INSTALLATION A-1 Inc. ;ollision Repair & Auto Sales Jeff Guilkey, Owner 133 East Third * Superior, Neb. " 402-879-3559 NE NO. 5 Sell several used buses and small vehicles: ool bus; 54-passenger; Chevrolet chassis; Carpenter engine; 4-speed; 2-speed axle transmission; approxi miles. ~ool bus; 54 passenger; Ford B700 chassis; Blue Bird body; Diesel engine; 5-speed manual transmission with 2-speed )roximately 139,000 miles. =ord B600 chassis; Carpenter body; gine; Allison 545 series automatic approximately 146,000 miles. )us" 60-passenger; Ford B600 chassis, Thomas body; ; engine. ~,-speed transmiss on; 2-speed axle; approximately ) miles. =school bus; 16-passenger; Ford Cutaway van chassis; 351 V-8 gas engine; automatic transmission; approxi er van; Ford Club Wagon; 5.8L (351) gas engine; ,, ,Ission; approximately 190,000 miles. u-passenger van; Chevy; 350 V-8 gas engine; automatic apl: 168,000 miles. F150; 360 V-8 Gas engine; automatic transmission; 101,000 miles. gon Pontiac; 302 V-8 gas engine; automatic transmis approx mately 155,000 miles. Bids must be received by noon on Monday, March 17 at the Superintendent Office 30671 Highway 14 Fairfield, Neb. 68938 small vehicles may be inspected by contact- at (402) 726-2151 or Donn Mellott at (402) South Central Nebraska Unified Board of 9-3c THEATRE OF the American West, performing "In Bed with Grandpa", Red Cloud Opera House, March 20- 22 at 8 p.m., March 23 at 3 p.m., admission-S10. For tickets, call 402- 746-2641. 26-11-1c AUCTION: MARCH 15, 9:30 a.m., Scottsbluff, Neb. Discount fireworks building. Trains, trains, trains!!! 25 years of aggressive collecting goes up for auction. All Ha. Call for list: 308-436-5855. SOCIAL S EC U RITY disability claimsl Saunders and Saunders, Attorneys at Law. No recovery, no fee! 800- 259-8548. BAYCOL LINKED to muscle condi- tion and death. If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury, kidney prob- lems or death from the anti-choles- terol prescription drug, BAYCOL, you may be entitled to financial damages. Attorney, James Rolshouse, practices law only in Minnesota but associates with lawyers throughout the US. Call 800-435-5796-time restrictions apply! 36-Thank You MANY THANKS for the prayers, cards, calls and visits while in the hospital and since returning home. Your thoughtfulness and concern will never be forgotten. God bless you. Marjorie Maser. 36-11-1p WE WOULD like to express a sincere thanks to all who remembered our family in this time of loss. The love and friendship through the cards, phone calls, food, flowers and memo- THE family of Waneta Watts would like to thank family and friends for flowers, food, memorials and cards; to the nurses at Rose Brook for their loving care; to Rev. Dr. Ralph Sturdy; to the pallbearers; Ruth Watts for the music; and to the Church of the Plains ladies that served the wonderful lunch. Thanks to you all. Chades and Ann Watts and family. 36-11-1p I WOULD like to thank my family, relatives and fdends for the many cards I received for my 85th birthday. Harold Carpenter. 36-11 - 1 p THE FAMILY of Myrtle Bargman wishes to express our thanks for the memorials, floral arrangements, cards, prayers, to Pastor Evelyn Phillips for the beautiful service, the organist, Dorcus Judy, Bethany la- dies for serving the lunch and any other courtesies shown us during this time. Also, our thanks to Parkview Haven staff for the care Myrtle re- ceived while residing there. God bless you. The family of Myrtle Bergman: Ruth and Enos Hansen, Rex Sykes, Art and Rayoma Sykes, Archie and Lauretta Sykes, Della and Harvey Schiermeyer, Fern and Bill Fisher, Alice Obar and families. 36-11-1p WE WOULD also like to thank Dave, June and B.J. for their help. A special thanks to Dave Wroughton for help- ing to get me home and in the house and a very special thanks to Pat Duncan and the others for working for me. Fred Webber and Shidey. 36-11-1c I WOULD like to thank everyone for the visits, phone calls and cards while I was in the hospital and sin~e I re- turned home. Richard Langer. 36-11-1p Ask Energenie l just discovered that my furnace has been operating without a filter for more than a year. Has this harmed m y furnace? "A furnace filter serves two pur- poses," said Gene Meyer, extension mechanical engineer at Kansas State University. "It reduces the amount of rials has been truly appreciated. Your dirt circulated into the house and helps kindness and !houghffulness .w.!ll be keep the dirt from accumtflating inside rememoereo always. P. special thanK .... ~ ..... ,, .....- you to Pastor Ruth Boettcher anc~&,,, Yu"i~i~'accumulation within the fur- wonderful ladies of Christ's Lutheran nace will reduce the performance of Church for the service and luncheon. The family of Florence Kubicek. 36-11-1p WE WOULD like to thank everyone who helped Ariana Dahl after her fall at the high school. A special thanks to Jeanne Bleecker, the ambulance crew and Dr. Leon. Thanks againl Michelle, Ariana and family. 36-11-1p the equipment. "If your furnace has operated for an entire year without a filter, its performance may be reduced because dirt has accumulated on the heat exchanger on fan surfaces," Meyer said. A service technician can inspect the heat exchanger, fan and air conditioner a-coil to determine if enough dirt has built up to warrant a thorough clean- ing. Jewell County Memories 100 Years Ago A drayman named Brant killed his wife at Mankato. Randall City ticket: Mayor, J.S. Hart; police judge, W.F. Morris; Coun- cilmen, J.W. P~eky, L.M. Brigham, Wm. Thornton, V. Vance Jr., C.M. Connelly. The Panama Canal was ratified by an extra session of the senate, made necessary by the perverseness of one senator. The Texas itch got pretty well started before the cattlemen knew what it was. E.R. Hoag dipped 200 head. The J.D. Robertson, Mer. Co., Jewell City, put in arl improved gas plant for lighting the store this week. 80 Years Ago The Limestone men delivered about five loads of alfalfa a day to Jewell. Gallagher was buying. Mrs. Burr Betts was found lying unconscious on the floor of the barn. She was taken to the hospital in Concordia where she regained con- sciousness. It seems she was recover- ing from the flu and went into the haymow searching for eggs and some- how fell through the hatchery. She fell 12 feet, probably head first. Her front teeth were knocked out, her eye bat- tered, her collar bone out of place, and many other bruises and injuries. Mrs. Will White got a finger in the cogs of the washing machine. The finger was cut off just below the first joint. A hog from under a culvert ran in front of a Burr Oak man's auto. The car struck the hog and swerved its course. It next hit the culvert and was a total wreck. An auto is no match for a Jewell County hog or cow. The civics class of Montrose Rural High school attended court Wednes- day. Mrs~ Tabitha Cleveland, an old set- tler of Harrison Township since 1871, died, at 81 years. She was born in Norway in 1841. Her daughter, Miss Serena Cleveland, was widely known as a very fine artist and landscape painter. 60 Years Ago Jamestown defeated Mankato 33- 26 and won the district basketball tour- nament. C.C. Marr of Lovewell sold a car load of steers in Kansas City for $14.85. Jewell County had at least one sol- dier on Guadalcanal Island. He is Sgt. Carl Carlton. Mrs. Minnie Vestal, Randall, re- ceived a Purple Heart from the war department. The Purple Heart medal was awarded to her son, Eddie. Eddie was killed in action with the American forces when they first landed in North Africa. Pvt. Howard Field Jr., was reported to be ill of measles at Camp Livingston, La. Meat rationing began March 28. Those who bought were required to use the red stamps from war ration book to obtain meat after that date. 40 Years Ago Miss Sharon Ost, a sophomore at Kansas State University, was Chosen one of four candidates' from West Hall for the Miss K-State Manhattan pag- eant. Richard Diamond, trustee of the Medical Clinic Fund, reported the put:- chase of the clinic from Dr. R. M. Owensby. Burr Oak won third in district tour- nament at Smith Center by defeating Kensington 60 to 58 in a three-over- time game. Burr Oak players to score were McCormick, T. Garman,Wilson, Heskett, Morris, B. Garman, Ost. The Salem Church started up their Sunday services again after not having any since December. Asphalt Shingles $7.25, some Lickons $7, Scoular-Bishop Grain Co., Lovewell, E.A. Cantrell, Mgr. Richard Elkins resigned as voca- tional agriculture teacher in Mankato schools. He accepted a position at Beloit High School. Mrs. Dick Munsey, Junction City, has been hired as French teacher at Mankato schools. 20 Years Ago Marry Hesting, Burr Oak, signed for a second time with the Minnesota Twins big league baseball team. He reported for spring training at Melbourne, Fla. Martha Herrmann leased the former Dreilings location and plans to open a clothing store. The new store was called Martha's. The Cornerstone Word Church, 103 N. Commercvial, Mankato, sponsored the 1983 Word of Faith World Camp meeting via satellite. June and Charles Russell announced the grand opening of June's Hobby Shop. June moved her shop from Court- land to new and larger quarters five miles north of US 36 Highway on the Pawnee Museum Road. The Hospice Program for Jewell County was a reality. Thanks to the persistence of Ralph Jarboe, Burr Oak, an organizational meeting for the Hos- pice was held. It will be a part of the Mitchell County Hospice. 10 Years Ago Two people were arrested on 'drug charges in Jewell County. Ramiro and Marina Aguilar were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell. They lived in. Narka but used a farm near Formoso to grow and pro- duce marijuana. Wayne Gardner, Formoso, pur- chased the C&RCarWash from Charlie and Roberta Holdren. White Rock USD 104 cancelled classes because of deeply rutted muddy roads. One Year Ago Nancy Howell was hired as a cook at Mankato Elementary. Allen Lewis opened Al's Store in Burr Oak which features a wide vari- ety of second hand furniture and mis- ceUaneous items. Randall City Council Considered the construction of new water lines when they met recently. Salem United Methodist Church, Jewell, closed March 13, ending 130 years of ministry in the community. Obituaries Martha Dempsey Martha Rosella Marie Johnston was born Decem- ber 12, 1913, in rural Cloud County, Kan- sas, to Estella (Andrews) and Arthur Johnston, and died Wednes- day, March 5, 2003, at the Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, at the age of 89 years, two months and 23 days. Marthagrew up in the Cloud County community and graduated from Man- hattan High School. She was united in marriage with Frank M. Dempsey, on May 25,1957, at the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Concordia, Kan. They settled on a farm in Jewell County south of Montrose. A rural homemaker and talented artist, Martha, received recognition on numerous occasions for her oil paint- ing of Kansas life. A member of the Montrose United Methodist Church, she was also active with the E.H.U. and the Paradise Club. In January 1986 Martha and Man" moved to Mankato where she resided until her death. Martha was preceded in death by her parents; infant son, Marlin Max; son, John Victor; and all 11 of her Johnston siblings--brothers: Earl, Otto, Edwin, James, Arthur and Albert; sis- ters: Clare, Myrth, Eloise, Margaret, and Mildred. Survivors include her husband, Frank Marr Dempsey, Mankato; daughter, Martha Jane and husband, Dale Gemaehlich, Woodland Park, Colo.; son, John Richard and wife, Pat Dempsey, Melbourne, Fla.; eight grandchildren: Rene Baumholser, Kathy Bennett, Jon Cunningham, Patrick Cunningham, Brian Murray, Shannon Lindsey, Cary Dempsey and Justin Dempsey; nine great-grandchil- dren: Heather Baumholser, Jenna Maginnis, Jon Cunningham, Shawna Cunningham, Cora Lee Cunningham, Brent Murray, Carlee Lindsey and Hannah Lindsey. Funeral services for Martha R. Dempsey, were held Friday, March 7, 2003, 1:30 p.m., at the Montrose United Methodist Church, rural Mankato, with Pastor Terry Mayhew officiating. Music was provided by Susan Harper, pianist, and Terry Christensen, soloist. Casket bearers were Lee Lindsey, Justin Dempsey, Brian Murray, Cary Dempsey, Dan Dempsey and Wayne Dempsey. Honorary casket bearers were: Jim Odette, Richard Odette, Ri- chard Russell and Jack Sills. Inter- ment was in the Pleasant View Cem- etery, rural Mankato, Kansas. The family suggests memorials to Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato, Kansas. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrangements. (Paid obituary) Cynthia Duggan Cynthia Louise Duggan, 43, died March 3 at United North Hospital, Shawnee, Okla. She was born May 30, 1959, to Paul Leroy and LaVerna Elaine Liby Higle at Beloit. Cindy attended school in Glasco and then received a general education diploma from Cloud County Commu- nity College in Concordia. She re- ceived certificates for Certified Nurs- ing Assistant and Certified Medication Aide. On Oct. 22,2001, she married Eldon Duggan. They lived in Shawnee where she-was a homemaker.. Her hobbies included spending time with family and watching NASCAR racing. She was preceded in death by an infant son, Samuel Paul Hoesli, in 1984, and her mother, LaVerna Elaine Higle, in 2000. Thursday, March 13, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Survivors include her husband, Eldon, of the home; a daughter, Taryn Layne Higle, Pauls Valley, Okla.; a son, Sheldon Allen Hoesli, Fort Campbell, Ky.; her father, Paul Higle Shawnee, Okla.; sisters, Glenda Waggoner, Wichita; Kelli Darnall, Glasco; Paula Jones, Jamestown; brothers, Keith Higle, Jeweil; Tony Higle, Glasco; and maternal grandpar- ents, James and Phyllis Rountree, Glasco. Services were March 8 at ,Dean Funeral Home, Glasco, with Pastor Kelly Sipes officiating. Interment was m Glasco Cemetery. Arrangements were made by McDonald-Roberts Fu- neral Service. Norine Hajny NorineLouise (Smith) Hajny, 81, died March 1 at Hutchinson Hospital, Hutchinson. She was born March 19, 1921, at Esbon, to ThOmpson Ray and Gladys Maude (Nelson) Smith and lived most of her life aroand the Esbon commu- nity. She graduated from Esbon High School and for a short time, she lived in Manhattan. She married William Glen (Bill) Hajny on Oct. 18, 1941. They lived outside Esbon, where Norine sold Avon. Her hobbies included bowling singing and square dancing. Norine sold the farm and moved back to Esbon to be closer to and help care for her mother, Gladys. Norine was an active member of the United Methodist Church, American Legion Auxiliary, Esbon Senior Citi- zen Center and Order of the Eastern Star, all of Lebanon. Norine was preceded in death by her parents and husband. Survivors include a brother, Norman Smith, Arvada, Colo., and a niece and nephew. Services were March 6, at the United Methodist Church, Esbon, with Pastor Laura Fricker olficiating. Inter- me~t was in the Esbon Cemetery, Esbon. Meiby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrangements. Eva Hayes Eva Emily Hayes, 93, died Feb. 26 at Medi House in Prairie Grove, Ark. She was born Oct. 5, 1909, in Jew- ell County to the late William and Jennie Stone. Eva graduated from high school in Formoso in 1929. She retired from the University of Arkansas in 1969, where she was a cook at Brough Commons dining hall. She was a member of the Assembly of Yahweh in Dutch Mills and a member of the Sky-Hill Home Extension Club. She married Calvin Jerry Hayes on July 15, 1931. He preceded herin death, as did a brother, Willard Stone, and a sister, Bett~Templar. .... She is survived by two sons, Ed- ward, Dutch Mills, Ark., and Edwin, Havensville; three sisters, Ruby Hayes, Deer Park, Wash.; Jennette Wildman, Grants Pass, Ore.; and Ada Grimm, Formoso; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren and two step great- grandchildren. Services were Feb. 28 at Backstrom-Pyoatte Funeral Home, Siloam Springs, Ark., with the Elder Bob Edwards officiating. Burial was in Bethseda Cemetery near Morrow, Ark. Norma Piersall Norma Beebe Piersall, 73, Eugene, Ore., died March 7. She was born Norma Beth Dillon on Nov. 15, 1929, in Jewell County, Kansas, daughter of Frank and Ethel (Fogo) Dillon. Norma lived in Kansas much of her early years attending Friends Bible Academy and College, Haviland, for high school and her first two years of college. In 1949 she transferred to George Fox College (now university) in Newberg, Ore., to complete her bac- calaureate degree. During this time she met Richard Beebe and the two were married on June 2, 1951, their graduations from college. The couple settled in Eugene, Ore., where they raised their tour children, helped start Eugene Friends Church and worked for Crow-Applegate- Lorane School District, where she was a first grade teacher. Richard died Sept. 12, 1989. Feb. 14, 1999, Norma married Wayne Piersall from Coeur d' Alene, Ind. Besides her husband, she is sur- vived by herchildren, Richard, Keizer, Ore.; Terrill, Camano Island, Wash.; Gayle, Spring Arbor, Mich.; and Londa Rochholz, Eugene, Ore.; nine grand- children; and a brother, Ardean Dillon, Manhattan. A memorial service is at 4 p.m. Saturday at New Hope Free Methodist Church, Eugene, Ore. Private graveside services and burial in # Newberg, Ore., at the Friends Cem- etery. Musgrove Family Mortuary, Eugene, Ore., was in charge of ar- rangements. Janna Slate Janna Lisa Slate, 25, died March 5 at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was born July 25, 1977, at Mitch- ell County Community Hospital, Be- loit. She was dedicated to the Lord in 1977, at the Beloit New Life Assembly of God. Janna attended grade school in Kensington and Abilene, middle school in Pomona and graduated from high school in Kensington in 199~6. She lived in Beloit after graduation and worked at MJL Enterprises. She attended the week-long sum- mer family church camp near Woodston. As a teenager she looked forward to the statewide Youth Con- vention every fall. Her hobbies included listening to music. Survivors include her parents, Stockton; brothers, Josh, Springfield, Me.; Joel and Joseph of the home; grandparents, Melvin and Donneta Miller, CawkerCity, Virgil and Bonnie Slate, Glen Elder; great-grandmoth- ers, Margaret Miller, Cawker City, and Naomi Harper, Booker, Texas. She was preceded in death by a brother, Jared. Services were March 8 at New Life Assembly of God Church, Beloit, with Pastor Scott Martin officiating. Inter- ment was in Glenwood Cemetery, Glen Elder. Funeral arrangements were made by McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service. John Ulsh John D. Ulsh, 78, son of Lyle and Jennie Ulsh, was born in Jewell County on April 1 I, 1924, He died Feb. 10 in Phoenix, Ariz. He attended HardyHigh School and graduated in1942. He served in the attn. y during WW II. He married Phyllis Rippe April 23, 1950 in Hebron. He was employed with Champlin Refin- ing Co., farmed near Hebron and then moved to Oregon in 1956. He was employed with Chevron Oil Company for 26 years, retiring in 1983. Survivors include his wife; daugh. ters, Barb Menor, Patty Lebowitz and Jayne Johansen, brother, Donald, Longview, Wash. and an aunt, Myrtle Entwisle, Sequin, Was. A son, Keith, died in 1999. Memorial service will be held Sat- urday, March 29, at Norwood Bible Church, Tualatin, Ore. Smith Center faces water concerns The Smith County Pioneer reports several water issues are facing the resi- dents of Smith Center. The community's water treatment plant was built in 1923 and will prob- ably need to be update. The water tower is beginning to rust. Water in one on the city's five wells has dropped 22 feet since last year. The state will most likely not allow the city todrill more wells. Unless conditions soon improve, Mayor Larry Brown said water restric- tions may be ordered early in the sea- son. eetnn'r Board CertifledoiHa~a/t~sCayre Pro~ Dr. Farhat Mehrnood, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic LQboratory, RQdiolooy, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler.Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardlograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Provlders Farhat Mehmood, M.D .......................... Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ................................................................................. Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D ............................................................................. Orthopedics Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marllyn Dun#on, A.R.N.P ............................................................... Famtly Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 100 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137