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J Thursday, March 13, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs IIII roll L I Catherine Byers had eye surgery last week in Superior. Alice Dell Hoppe, rural Agra, brought dinner and visited Hazel Korb. Louise Korb and Madeline McMains visited Gene and Marje Johnson. Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, and Josh Frasier, Saline, were weekend guests of Doug and Wanda Frasier and sons. Mr. and Mrs, Doug McNichols and daughters, Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly McNichols and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byers. were Sunday dinner guests of Winnie McNichols. This was a belated birthday dinner for Doug. Nancy Aspegren, Russell, and Larkie Searcy, Kenesaw, Neb., were guests of Hazel Korb. Lisa McCall, Fort Collins, Colo., was in town one day last week getting her beauty salon equipment out of stor- age at Iris'. Lisa is working in a spa salon in downtown Fort Collins. No school at White Rock this week as its spring break. Keller aqd Kyle Ord, Mayflower, were weekend guests of Cliff' and Glenny Barnes. Tammy Barnes and children, Red Cloud, visited Edna Fogo, Ruth Oliver and Cliff and Glenny Barnes Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frances are home after spending the past three months in Texas. There will be no Sunday morning worship at the Ut|ited Mclhodist Church March 16. Instead it will be at 5 p.m. Sunday evening. Hazel Korb and Larkie Searcy at- tended a birthday party for Sandra Korb at the home of Louise Korb. (Last week's news) Visiting Dorothy Oliver were Rita Higer, Thornton, Colo.; Nic Higer, Springfield, Mo.; Justin, Cristia and Vance Mulli ns, Ozark, Mo.; Cindy and Josh Fullerton, Lincoln, Neb, and Roy and Joyce Fullerton, Superior, Neb. Beth Jeffery, Superior, and Beverly Frost, Esbon, called on Anna Belle Grubbs. The flowers on the altar at the United Methodist Church Sunday morning were in memory of Merlin Alexander. Wilma Underwood attended a birth- day party for Amber Eakins 13th birth- day at the home of her parents Brenda and Sam Eakins. There was a birthday celebration for Vida Knight Saturday night at the Burr Oak Bar. Jerod Johnson, l.incoln, was a week- end guest of Gene and Marje Johnson. Walt and Peggy Wilson and Edna Fogo attended a retirement party for Frances (Miller) Spooner in Gaylord IIII I Sunday afternoon. Frances had been with the Postal Department for 37 years. Leland and Shirley Greving, Cen- tral City, Neb., were guests of Warren and Barbara White. Leland stayed with Warren and Barbara and Shirley attended the funeral for Merlin Alexander in Lebanon. They were classmates in school. SkylarFrasier, Lawrence, was home for the weekend. Wanda Frasier and her mother, Elsie Carper, attended the funeral for Rob- ert Kattenberg at the Oak Creek Church south of Lebanon. Harold and Betty Brown have a new great grandson, born in Amarillo, Texas. This makes them four great- grandsons. Odessa-Demmaia By Ruth L. Obert ~i "5 ,7: ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernl I~tenberg went to the Curtis Peterson's Friday night for ice cream and cake for Vanessa's birthday. Wilbur Sloan, formerly of Odessa township, died Feb. ! 1 at Dodge City. They moved to Dodge City after their home was destroyed in the fires in Colorado last year. Martha Peterson visited Ernie Kattenbergs. Tuesday Audrey Young had an eye appointment in Wichita. Joyce Ritter and Lucile Clark went also. They stopped in Hutchinson and Lucile's daughter, Shelly, drove them Wichita and back to Hutchinson. The roads were anything but good. Vehicles were in ditches all along the way. Jo Bennett and Lucile Clark visited Maude Keller. Sylvia Smith stayed with Maude Keller Tuesday while Audrey was gone. Neil Manchester visited his mother. Carte and Taz Manchester visited Evelyn Manchester at Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert were at the funeral home in Mankato Wednes- day evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith who were here for Norine Hajny's funeral. Steven Obert, Roseland, Neb., vie- : ited Wilbur Oberts. Joyce Ritter took dinner down to Maude Keller Sunday. Ernie and Edna Kattenberg, Lucile Clark and Audrey Young joined them fo~ dinner. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler were visitors. O This week's report from the Mankqto Liwstock Commission (o,, Inc. Week of March 6 - Selling 830 head STEERS 14 Black 445 103.00 12 Mixed 430 100.00 27 Black 500 101.35 18 Black 535 96.25 18 Black 655 86.10 24 Mixed 680 83.00 9 Charolais 655 80.00 15 Red 700 77.00 15 Mixed 735 78.50 34 Black 740 78.75 55 Black 825 74.10 flEIFERS 14 Black 400 92.75 15 Black 520 87.00 17 Mixed 550 85.00 14 Black 577 83.75 20 Mixed 680 74.00 36 Mixed 690 74.00 28 Mixed 720 72.50 41 Black 805 71.00 Consigned for March 14 6 Black Gelbvieh-Angus yeading bulls; 120 BBWF steers and heifers, 650-750 pounds; 52 Black steers and heifers, 700-800 pounds; 51 Mixed steers and heifers 600-750 pounds; Several weigh-up cows Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402-984-9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 ***Superior A uction House*** Thursday, March 20~ 1p.m. East Third and Highway 8, Superior, Neb. 68978 Open for Deliveries: March 16 - 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. *Indoor Facility "Seating Available *Easy Parking * Lunch Stand EARLY LISTINGS: VEHICLES: 1997 Dodge 3/4 ton pickup, 4WD flat bed, 5.9 Cummings Diesel Motor. 28-foot Gooseneck trailer, tandem dual, weight axles, hydraulic brakes. Nice 27-foot 1981 GMC motor traveler, 72,000 miles, with awning, air conditioning, 3-way propane, electric, 12-Volt, sleeps six, fully contained with shower, closet with safe, dual chromed wheels, comfy queen bed over cab, ANTIQUES: Well pump. Tubs on stand. Steel wheels. Pine bench. Ughted beer sign. Old post cards. Dishes. Figurines. Coke bottles. Tools. Calendars. Pictures and more~ HOUSEHOLD: Ethan Allen drop leaf table with four chairs, nice! Scaly box spnngs-mattress, nearly newl Washer. Dryer. Hide-a-bed couch. File cabinet, 2-drawer. Dishes and morel OTHER: 8-foot x 8-foot Metal storage building. Small bales Prairie Hay and straw. Cast iron toys and figurines, reproduction. Trailer LOADS of miscellaneous end primitives! REMINDER: Poultry & Other Animal Sale: Sunday, April 6 Consign early to be advertisedlll More Items Not Listed, More Coming in Daily/ Information, listing, appointments and pick ups: Larry McCord 402-879-3082 and Bob Danehey, auctioneer: 402-756-4276 (with answering machines) *Any announcements, maria the day of =role taken precedence over any written matter "NOt re~oonaible for accidents* All ~teea awe between buyer and seller. Jeanne Anne Schroede~, Miss Kansas 2002, visits Mankato Elementary and Junior High students. She is a native of Hutchinson. Randall II I I I By Fawna Barrett The Randall Lions have the annual pancake, sausage and pie dinner Satur- day at the Lions Den. This is their only money-making project of the year. Lions members are Gerald Cash, Don Bigham and Gene Barrett. Randall United Church Women met Wednesday with Charlotte Anderson givingdevotions on the history of Lent, a 40-day period before Good Friday. The origination in A.D. 900, was when ashes from the previous year's Palm S unday were used by the priest to make the sign of the cross on the forehead of believers at Ash Wednesday services. A short business meeting was con- ducted. Members answered roll call with words of Jesus. Kreie and Kara Kibbe. Kara Kibbe and her friend, Jenny, Hiawatha, were guests of her parents, Mary Ann and Robert Kibbe. Debbie and Dennis Galaway, Wichita, visited her mother, Leota Clawson. They took Matt Mahin out for supper Saturday. Vesta Conn, Dennis and Norma Conn attended the funeral for their niece and cousin, Linda Nichols at Scottsville. She was the daughter of Max and Phyllis Croisant. Randall Library Board will meet March 19 in the evening. Thelma Given and Gerald Cash at- tended a concert Sunday at Glasco by three men from Concordia. One of the Steph and Jake Barrett and Don and Shirley Bigham attended both days. Donald and Jeanette Barrett attended the games Saturday. Little Sydney Barrett spent the weekend with cous- ins at Courtland. Fawna Barrett spent Saturday with Natalie Barrett in Lindsborg. Panorama Ionia By Roseanna Foster There will be a community Italian potluck dinner at the Ionia church Sun- day at 12:30 p.m. Rev. Terry Turner, Concordia District Superintendent, will deliver the message at church. There is a lay speakers' school at Beloit Untied Methodist Church March 16 and 23. Anyone is welcome to attend. Lay Speakers are a great need in our changing world today. Both Sundays must be attended to certify. Fern Tucker was treated to her first surprise birthday party in her 85 years by daughter, Sharon Snook, and grand- sons John and Jim at the Concordia Pizza Hut. When she arrived she was surprised by a roomful of family and friends from the Concordia and Jewell Assembly of God churches. Judy and Leon Falk and Rocky, Beverly and children surprised her with a Valentine' s dinner. Wanetta Wright was transferred to Salina Regional Hospital but hopes to return home this week. Annete Roth, By Fawna Barrett Millbrd, Neb., made two trips down to ii i ii Sunday morning music was pro- join Coke Wright and Pare Surer visit- vided by hundredsofblackbirds perch- ing Wanetta. Karen Boden returned home from ing in trees in Randall. Trees appeared to be filled with licorice drops as the Mitchell County Hospital this week birds swayed on the branches in the and is doing great. Daughter, Teri, wind. Lusty tones and chatter echoed visited over the weekend and helped through town as people gathered for do things around the house. church. Rex Henningsen watched grand- Between songs, the flock would daughter, Casey Henningsen, and the ascend into the sky in a swirling mass, Waconda East High School basketball Despite freezing rain and snow, a good crowd attended the Co-op Ap- preciation Day in Randall Tuesday. Judy Magarelli came from Colo- rado to visit her mother, Martha Lumb. Gretchen Spiegel was in Randall lbr a few days to visit her dad, Ralph, and friends in the area. M art l yn G ri est w as hostess for D.D. Bridge Club March 5. Guests were Nancy Thronson and Daisibel Mclntyre. Elaine and Dan Peters had a birth- day supper for their son, Jerry. Guests were Nick and Lucy Peters, Cliff and Nevada Vetter, Rick Peters and Bren, Nancy Thronson and Phil and Kristi Vetter and family. Sherilyn Kadel drove to Hillsboro Friday to spend the night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pankratz. Jeff and Jenny Price and Austin, Den- ver, and Holly Kadel were other guests. Saturday was a family bridal shower for Holly Kadel. Others from this area were David Kadel, Alice Kadei,Tanya DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Buy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the Web www.davesgunshop.net men was A.G. Van Kooten, a former Randall teacher. Guests of Ruth Rhodes were Joe and Lana LaCost. Ivah Hoard was taken to the Mitch- ell County Hospital Sunday. Donald Barrett, Brad and Steph Barrett and family, and Don and Charli Barrett treated Shelby Barrett and Jeanette Barrett to supper out for their birthdays. Shelby Barrett played with her team in a basketball tournament at Sandy Creek, north of Nelson, Neb., this week- end. The team placed second. Brad, circle a few times and settle back into the trees. Opening their beaks with more anthems of praise to the sunshine and to the joy of living floated down from the trees. Needless to add, other unmentionable stuff likewise floated down to dot the sidewalks, windshields and numerous other spots. Why so many blackbirds in this area? Who knows? They are here now. Mankato City utility report Connects: Dean Schultz, 520 N. Water. Tired,0f payi high charges z0r tim arid that?. Come to ing at Hays this week in the state offs. Pat Diemart is looking her granddaug iting during spring break. Cecil and Lola Hillman party in honor of Maddis, second birthday in Hunter Maddisyn was Lola's brother, Orville Hill. Joe and Madonna Smith dinner with Cecil and Lola. decorated Orville Hill's of his birthday. Don and Rub, stopping in to visit and share a coffee. The Joe Colson famil' arriving for church. Joe and Colson served as ushers. lit the candles. Gloria Ann Colson were accompanist' tot Laura Fricker spoke true God and Jesus as the onl sor between us and God. Friday supper guests of Gloria Sc bara Ohmstede, Guide Rock. day evening Dick and the wedding reception at Whit and Alison Boyles. The man who expects a ways wants it yesterday. People tire easily when girls win sub state. They will be play- doing something they dislike. Rent IEstat= 320 Acres Nuckolls County, Nebraska, .Location: City Hall Building, Guide Rock, Neb. Both tracts are located off Highway 136, 3 miles east, 1 mile 1 mile east and 2 miles north of Guide Rock, Neb. Township Two (2) North, Range Eight (8) West of the Sixth Randall Branch and Meridian, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Description: Total acres 160 more or less, all hay land. Taxes: 2002 Taxes were $1,326.50. dM- -hyn of The Jamestown State Bank Gary Thompson Agency, Inc. Gary Thompson, RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ~}-]'~ 501 North Webster, Red Cloud, Neb.. 402-746-2242 785-739-2212 Lee OI/ver, Auct/oneer Thursday, 20. =:so TRACT 1 Legal Description: Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) of Twenty (20), Two (2) North, Range Eight (8) West of the Sixth Principal Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Description: Total acres 160 more or less, all grass. Taxes: 2002 Taxes were $623.54. TRACT 2 Legal Description: Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of Section Twenty IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII I II I II III I I I I The teprechouns hove some Tuesday, March 1 greet pre-seoson borgoins Starting at 10 a,m. Free coffee from 9-10 a.m. from John Deere!! Sale to be held at site located from Superior, Neb., 5 miles (the South Junction of Highways 136 and 14) 2 miles west, 2 miles ,, Check o.t the New L100 and 1/4 mile west; or from Guide Rock, Neb., 1 mile north Highways 136 and 78) 11 miles east, 2 miles north, and 3/4 John Deere Lawn Tractor Corners will be marked. Tractors & Loaders: 1983 ASs Chalmers 6060; 1981 IHC 5088; Or payments JD 4430; JD 4020; JD 4020 LP; 1967 JD 3020 Synchotor; 1961 J0 as low as 1961 JD 4010, gas; 1972 IHC 1066; IHC 806; 8-foot loader and attachments; Clamp set on duals. S=ml&O0 Household & Collectibles: RCA projection TV; ",y appliances; Microwave; Kitchen table with chairs; DeRives & ann; Windows; Cook stoves; Loads of collectibles items; organ; Music records; Bird cage; Folding chairs; Washer; New per month New Kitchen cabinets; Bed frames; Bowls & dishes; Wood with approved credit* levels; high chairs & baby beds; Fire safe; Metal box; Natural ~ Hay Equipment: Round balers; Square balers; Swather; Stack i Panel trailer; Bins; Feed wagons; Chute; Calf cradle; Post hole See our large selection of John Dr Feeders; Tanks; Cattle panels; Fence posts; Dave through gates. Lawn =qip Tillage Equipment: Chopper; Tandem disks; Disc, noble Trimmers Blades and bearings; Field cultivators; Shovels; Chisels; Springtooth; Combines & Grain Equipment: Diesel combines; Row crop *WalkBehinds ,. B lowers heads; Platforms and reels; Grain cart; Bushel & box wagons; At Livestock Equipment: Stock trailers; Hedge posts; Rebuilt *RidingMowers a,.ers platform scale; Grinder mixer; Dump trailer. Pre-1960 Items: One ring; 1951 Jeep; Trucks; Manure spreader wheel drill; Cultivator; Windmill fan & motor; Horse drawn *Lawn Tractors ..... Chainsaws Planters, Drills & Row Crop: Planters; Listers; Disc drills; Hoe' *Garden Tractors Shredders; Cultivators; Rotary hoe; Spray boom; Saddle tanks Vehicles: Mercury Sable; Fords; Chevrolets; Chrysler; *Zero Turn Mowers Come out and browse with the family Dodge; Internationals; IHC; Axle semi flatbed. Friday, March 14 & Saturday, March 15 ~ 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. I Radios, Tools & Miscellaneous: Radios & mobile units; Sunday, March 16 - 1-4 p.m. I Generator; Milling machine; Gas motor; Tanks; Grinders; Fuel Stands; Hubs; Floor jacks; Tractor chains; Pickup tool boxes; TiP compressor; Lawn mowers; Loads of tools; Concrete mixer; Nails; O Other Machinery: Gopher machine; Shredders; Hay: 100 Big round grass hay & Straw bales; Millet hay bales; .k=t~ ~m~z Auctioneers Note: This list is major items only, also taken 30 days in advance. late consignments. We will be selling with 4-5 auction rings so bring a friend, everyone, plan to attend. All announcements day of auction take precedence over any Lawn & Garden 0wners, landowners, leasass or auction staff not responsible for accidents Terms: Cash or good check day el auction. Computenzed clerking will be used. Please have IO number ready to receive bidding number. Nothing removed until settled for. E. Hwy 24 " Beioit, KS ~ off. Eve~l,ang sells with 'AS Is' 'Where Is' wan'anly. All guarantees are between buyers end sellerslll Auction eompan) 785- 738- 5744 For more informatIoncheck out our website at: *Offer ends July 7, 2003, Sob~. tO mpproved oredlt ~ John Deem Re~vi.ng Plan, a service o.f FPC ~nadnoC:l, f.s.b. For non.commercial or~=/lollus/l~ info@www.montgomeryauction.com o/'eMI use. Available at paflidlN~ng dealers, ~ and models may vary oy nearer. ~ee oealer for oem,s. No o n payment required. Taxes. freight, setup and delivery ~ oould !ncreaas ~ mo~...t~ .pay~.nta./~ .~u.ctow payments:Reduced...paymentsfor the f/rest 24 months Roy Montgomery, Auction Mann! with a 9.9% APR After the first 24 months, payments Will De posen on z.~"~ o, gle amount llnarK.'l~J w,t, a.~-.,o ~rn. ~ ~m.~.,..~., par month minimum may be required. No Intereat/No Payments: After promotional pedod, finance charge will begin to accrue at 12.90% APR and is for Superior, Neb. 402-257-2335 (home). 402-746-3823 qualified buyers. A $0.50 per month minimum may be required. Same-as-Cash: If the balance is not paid in f011 by the end of Same-As-Cash promotional period, interest will be aaseued from the original date of purchase at 19.8% APR with a $0.50 per month minimum 4010: Assisting Auctioneers: Robin Marshall, Miles Marshall, Nell Bou~Y' Reduced payments for the first 36 months w~th a 5.9% APR. After the first 36 months, payments will be based on 2% of the original amount Dale Betas, Ed Hall and Lance Larsen ,n.o w.. me, be ,nc,u0,n, ,o.,,.,,n, .oa. n, ,or ommer al u. DKE03133(03-01) Lithe in U.S,A, Equal Opportunity Lender. www.JohnDeere.com .... AUCTIONEER