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~, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 3, 2003 16-Misc. For Sale ALFALFA SEED for sale. Lyle 37 Memorium Express and DIsCov-ERwo--NDERSof~waterles-~-s Schroer. 402-756-7020. 21-8-13c IN LOVING memory of Vic Schmitt, 1- Obituaries cookware!!! Stopped doing dinner ALFALFA HAY 18-31 to 4-2-02. We thought of you Record Classifieds parties! Beautiful, 17-piece,7-plysur- with love today but that is nothing gical stainless steel sets left! Lifetime Small square bales, new. We thought about you yester- 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 .S-tested, data, choice, us, 785-647-6741 12-36-tfc ~UY horses. Gordon Murray, Phone 785-378-3723. 12-15-tfc .=ry PLAINS drill, 3-section, 7 1/2-inch spacing, double individual press, dry fertilizer, new blades, always shedded. during day; 785-875- after 6 p.m. 13-14-1c Calendar ~DAY, APRIL 5, 10:30 a.m., Superior will sell surplus and items at Utility shop in Mikketsen Real Estate and in charge. 14-8-7p 12, 11 a.m., sell- goods, glassware, ap- shop items and Lawson for Ed Wharton at 852 N. ,ercial, Superior. Mikkelsen and Auction in charge. 14-11-5p April 23, 1:30 p.m, at Church basement, selling pasture land located south one mile east and file south of Superior on Webber ipton. Mikkelsen real Auction in Charge. 14-12-5p APRIL 26, selling real at 9:30 a.m. in Guide Rock, personal property at 11 s. Randy Wulf and From Guide Rock-one mile Iwys. 136 and 78), six 3/4 mile south or, from miles north (south of Hwys. 136 and 14, 8 miles mile south. Montgomery and Realty in charge. 14-11-7p bAy, APRIL 26, 10:30 a.m., household goods and 121 Idaho for Doris Davison Mikkelsen Real Estate and In charge. 14-11-7p 28, 5:30 p.m., sell- use and household items for Burgess at 348 E. 4th St., .=lsen Auction and in charge 14- t4-4p ,nities iscoming! Lose POunds in the next 30 days! 15-14-4p YOUR income! Control Home-based business! ning, Free booklet. or call 888-542- 15-14-4p Storage for Rent i 26 - $45 per month i 20 $40 per month I 10 $35 per month 7 . $20 per month i or $200 per year!! Phone J 402-279-2415 .~o.0, J Meadowlark Heights Assisted Livi1 g; and Roofing AND STEEL SIDING Major Brands Replacement Windows Doors Shutters Roofing = ESTIMATES - INSURED Installation cial New Construction Free 888-260-1400 and Judy Mohler SNAP-ON Tool route for sale. 402- 364-2424. 15-14-2p NEED EXTRA income? Avon needs you! Give a brochure to people you see and know. 308-995-4923. 15.13-4c $1,000 PER WEEK possible mailing brochures from home! No experience necessary! Free Information! Call 800- 749-5782-24hours. GOVERNMENT POSTAL jobs up to $47,578. Now hiring. Full benefits, training, and retirement. For applica- tion and information,800-573-8555, Department P357, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days. KANSAS ARMY National Guard-Part- time positions available. Get skills to put your career on track. We offer free training, college money, steady pay.800-432-2447 or log on at www.ks.ngb.army.mil. MISSOURI WELDING Institute, Inc.. Nevada, Me. Become a certified pipe and structural welder. Earn top pay in 18 weeks. Many companies seek our graduates, 800-667-5885. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims!I! Saunders and Saunders, attorneys at law. No recovery, no fee! 800-259-8548. MEDICARE PATIENTS using inhal- ers: AlbuteroI,Atrovent, Combivent, Serevent, Azmacort, Flovent and oth- ers. having difficulty? Breathe easy again. Medicare covered liquid therapy may be available if you qualify. MED-A-SAVE at 800-224-1919 Ex- tension KS1303. HOME-BASED business. Put your computer towork. Step-by-step train- ing. Part-time or full-time. Free infor- mation at 800-260-8952 or web site, www.epath2cash.net. NO DOWN payment? Problem credit? Own a new home without the big down payment. If you're motivated with a 35,000 income call American Home Partners at 800-830-2006, www.americanhomepartners.com. IMMEDIATE CASH for structured settlements, annuities, real estate notes, private mortgage notes, acci- dent cases, and insurance payouts. 800-794-7310. UTICA LEGION Club restaurant and. bar. A going business that will be available in April 2003. Inquire at 402-728-5334 or 402-534-5341. SAVE YOUR c~ No loan needed. No credit counselors. Easy to use system. Free information. Write to Credit Savers, Box 2245, Sioux Falls, SD 57101. We Print Caps Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3291 Deshler, Neb. is currently accepting applications for full-time and part-time CNA positions. Competitive wages, benefits, shift differential, add-on for years of experience. For further information call Judy at (402) 365-7237 :le of the Week 1994 Ford F-150, short box. 6-cylinder, 5-speed, and air. Nice truck! s3,995 Hayes Auto Sales SUperior, Neb. - (402) 879-4439 9-3860 Calvi_ n 402-879-3138 FOR SALE Black Simmental Bulls Yearlings, 2-year olds and two mature herd bulls. Bred for calving ease, disposition and superior growth. Add pounds to your weaning and yearling calves. Fertility tested and vaccinated s Black Simmentals :1, Kan. o 374-4550 warranty! Were $2,000, now $695! First seven callers buy set for 1963 price of $368! 40th anniversary! 800- 434-4628. 16-14-1 p GAS WATER heater, 40-gallon, 402- 746-2485 6-14-3c HOSPITAL BED for sale. Motorized, all positions, includes mattress and side rails. Call 402-879-4604 eve- nings and weekends or leave a mes- sage. 16-13-tfp GET-A-TAN now has Sugar Shack Candles and candle warmers. Tan seven days a week, 785-378-3802, Mankato, Kan. 16-10-tfc INTERNET ACCESS from $12.95 a month. In Jewell contact Pierce Elec- tronics 785-428-3601 or call 1-800- 864-4400 for a local agent. 16-10-tfc ATTENTIO-N CA~LEMENist~ for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-tfc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc BLANK GIFT certificates, useful for any business, now available at The- Superior Express. 16-40-tfp PRE-SPACED vinyl letters make sign making a snap. Have yours cus- tom made by Superior Publishing Co., phone 402-879-3291. We also make signs and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp OFFICE SUPPLIES in stock or will special order. Superior Publishing Company. 16-20-tfp HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer specializing in custom-built, acces- sible house. Tax credits may be avail- able,800-383-9090. TRAILERS!!! 200 in stock[l! Car haul- ers, goosenecks, dumpers, enclosed cargo and motorcycle at Trailer Town of Wichita, 800-394-5013. ,,.,,.._ ALL STEEL buildings. Straight-wall and Arch, factory direct. $200 to $500 below any bid or we'll send you a check for $200. Call 800-973-3366 or www.premiersteel.org. STEEL BUILDINGSH! No high pres- sure sales. Order now, Spring deliv- ery: 24x36x10-$4,999; 30x40x10- $5,595; 30x50x12-$6,675; 40x60x14- $9,275 Call about other sizes 866- 875-8790. STEEL ROOFING and building ma- terials. Galvanized Steel starting at $32 square, painted at $42. Call for catalog. Western Metal-Kansas: Hays 800-770-2725 or Louisburg 800-489- 4100. Statewide de!ivery mtailablelll 1,800 COLORAI3U" BLUE Spruce, Black Hills Spruce, Ponderosa, Aus- trian and Scotch Pines. Also, Oaks, Maples, Green Ash, American Lin- den, 3 to 5 years. 402-843-2147. 21-Feed and Seed 33 BIG ROUND prairie hay bales and 12 big round alfalfa bales. 402-226- 3151. 21-14-2p BIG ROUND alfalfa bales, 3rd and 4th cuttings. Tom Rathbun, evenings, 785-753-4142. 21-13-tfc QUALITY SEED oats for forage or grain. Nupride RR soybeans. Maschmann Mills, 402-365-4369. 21-13-3c 30 BALES HAILEDwheathay. Eldrick Grummert, 402-225-4197. 21-13-2c PREM-iuM~-BIG }ound-alfa~lia~ Call 402-879-4881. 21-14-tfc of Deshler, Neb., is now accepting applications !or a part-time Medication Aide 40-hour Med Aide certification required. For more information, call Judy or Mary (402) 365-7237 Farm #1 240 acres in Nuckolls County, 100 acres of grass. Farm #2 160 acres in Jewetl County, southeast of Webber, Kan., 40 acres irrigated from canal, 10 surface acre. Farm #3 S0utheat of Webber, Kan., 240 acres 25 acres irrigated from canal. Farm #4 149 acres in Kearney County, grea potential for irrigation. 404 N. Minnesota ' Hastings, Neb. 68901 Gary Kile, Broker and Gene Johnson, Agent Call Gene Johnson at 402-879-4838 or Gary Kile at 402-469-5132. Licensed in Kansas and Nebraska. Large round bales Bruning Farms LLC, 402-353-4165. 21-10-4c 950 TONS IRRIGATED corn silage. Located in south central Nebraska. 308-928-2274 or 308- 991-5139. day and days before that too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. Now all we have are memories and your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake with which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping-we have you in our 22-Vehicles hearts. Love Phyllis Schmitt and fam- ................................. ily. 37-14-1p 1997 GMC-SLT, extended cab, 3rd door, 4x4 leather, 56,000 miles, ex, cellent condition. 402-226-3441. Courthouse News 22-14-2c ................................... Jewell County HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational 1985 RANGER, 350-V, 150 H.P. Mercury G.P.S. and autopilot, Six graphs and two flashers. A must see! Everything works! 402-225-2511. 23-14-2p KAWASAKI BELOW COST Meanstreak, $8,995, MSRP $10,999 Garbers 402-729-2294 23-14-1c Probate Estate of Lorraine A. Humann, or- der admitting will to probate. Estate of Ortha R. Leece, order ad- mitting authenticated copy of foreign will to probate and record. Criminal The State of Kansas vs. Edward J. Peters, Formoso., driving under the influence of alcohol. State of Kansas vs. Richard C. Romane, order accepting plea of no contest. State of Kansas vs Steven R. Schmidt, enter of plea of guilty. Traffic Katy J. Bowers, Mankato, no seat belt, $10. Claudia Perez-Tamayo, Salina, speeding, 83-65, $137 diversion. Randy W. DieM, Amarillo, Texas, speeding 69-55, $113 diversion. Accidents. March 27 at approximately 3:30 p.m.. Jenny Banks, Mankato, driving a 1988 Dodge pickup was stopped in drive to enter highway and Barbara B. HONDA CBR954-$8,799 HONDA PERFORMANCE FIRST! Garbers 402-729-2294 23-14-1c 1975, 15-FOOT, Glastron boat with trailer and 70 HP outboard motor, $1,600, 40__2:279-_2705:_ ....... 23-13"4p 24-Real Estate SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-tfc GARDEN SPOT. Lot 60X90. Has good well. Located-South National St., Superior, Neb., 402-'879-3960. 24-13-2p THE BOARD of Educbtion of Nelson School District 015 will accept sealed bids to purchased certain real prop- erty located in Nuckolls County, Ne- braska, legally described as: All of Block 13, original town of Nelson, including the three-story, block-brick school building. (17,640 square feet) and cement block garage building (2,720 square feet) Block 13 mea- sures 300 X 300 foot. Garage build- ing has four stalls with 12-foot over- head doors, all offers must be deliv- ered to the office of Superintendent of Schools in Nelson, Nebraska no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 1. The offers will be considered at a meeting of the Board of Education to be held on Wednesday, May 14. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject anyand-oralloffers. Questionsshould be directed to superintendent, Bob Tipton, 402-879-3258. 24-13-2c ....................................... King, Mankato, driving a 2001 Pontiac, 26-Notice WORLD'S LARGEST gun show, Sat- urday, April 5, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, April 6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tulsa Fairgrounds, WANENMACHER PRODUCTIONS. Bring guns for sale, trade, or appraisal. Tell friends! www.tulsaarmsshow.com. 36 Thank you I WOULD LIKE to thank many friends for all the cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and food received after my sur- gery at Mary Lanning. Special thanks to Pastor Mark Diehl, Gloria Nobles, Clara Price, Dianna Freitag and Lu Braun and my family. All your special prayers work! Camie Kroeger. 36-14-1c A BIG THANK you to my family and friends for their support, prayers, flow- ers, cards and calls since my surgery. Sincerely, Carla Waugh. 36-14-1p THANK YOU for the cards, calls, gifts, flowers and prayers. They all are ap- preciated. Iva Rightmeier. 36-14-1p THE FAMILY of Margaret Mooberry would like to thank everyone who called, sent cards, gave memorials, had masses said, brought food, at- tended the Rosary or the funeral, gave a hug or acknowledged our sister's death in any way. May GOd bless you. Darold and Loretta Hiatt and Dale and Elaine Mooberry. 36-14-1p We letter Trucks Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3292 backed into the Banks vehicle. No injuries. Accident investigated by Baird. March 29 at approximately 8 p.m. at milepost 35 on K- 128 three-quarters of a mile south of the Nebraska State Line, Larry W. Havens, Burr Oak, driv- ing a 1971 Plymouth, blew a tire caus- ing the vehicle to leave the highway. No injuries. Accident investigated by Westgale. March 29 at approximately 8:15 p.m. at milepost 3.4 on K-128 three- quarters of a mile north ol'the Mitchell County line, Heather LaRocque, Westmoreland. driving a 1995 Dodge, had a deer run onto the highway and was unable to avoid collision. No injuries. Damages exceeded $500. Ac- cident investigated by Westgate. Register of Deeds Paul L. Brown, Jr. to Bobby Rippey and Ronda Rippey, Lot 7 and the E 18 feet of Lot 8 in Bh)ck 24, in the original townsite of the City of Jewell. Ralph D. Clark and Maureen E. Clark to J.D. Friess and Vickie E. Friess, trustees under the Steven B. Friess Irrevocable Trust dated Nov. 2, 1994.; NW I/4 of Section 2, Township 2S, Range 6W. Vicki Suther and Harlan Suther, and Mary Poland and John Poland to George E. Burgess, Jimmy W. Bur- gcss and Bill Burgess, a tract of land beginning at the southeast comer of the SE 1/4 of Section I, Township 5S, Range 7W, and all Ihat Iract of land embraced in the following metes and bounds: beginning at the NE corner of the NE I/4 of Section 12, Township 5S, Range 7W; thence running south to the center of Buffalo Creek. City of Jewell City to Lonnie L. Myers and Sheila M. Myers, Lots 1 and 2, and the E I/2 of Lot 3. in BloCk 39, o,iginal townsite of the City of Jewell. Bemita Hannigan, as agent for Ruby E. Stafford, to Paul W. Osborne and Vickie L. Osborne, part of the SW I/4 of Section 22, Township 3S, Range 6W, beginning at the NE corner of the NW I/4 ofsaid SW 1/4; running thence W to the NE corner of Althouse Addi- tion to Formoso, except tor a tract of land. Loan deadline near for disaster victims Businesses in some Kansas, Mis- souri and Nebraska counties have until April 22 to file applications for low- interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, TIle SBA Economic Injury Disas- ter Loans are available for businesses dependent on farmers and ranchers sustaining c,'op losses due to hail, high winds, tornadoes, excessive rain, flash flooding, flooding, and lightning that occu,'red on May 7 and 8 and May 26, 2002. Farmers and ranchers are not eligible for these SBA loans. Businesses in these Kansas coun- ties are eligible to apply: Cloud, Jew- ell, Mitchell, Osborne, Republic, Smith. In Nebraska, Nuckolls, Webster. But When A gM may wear agolfoutlit a,d not play golf, a riding hat and not ride, but when she puts on a wedding gown-she means business. Too Many What worries me is that there are so many people in this country who are willing to watch the same kind of tele- vision junk I do. ~, .1" ~ ~ I Declare your D I _B r. II 1...~,,,~P e Independenco.! ~ilHave your diabetic supplies dehvered to .your door for httle or no cost/ Medicare & private Insurance welcome (Sorry - HMOs not clccepted) F REEDOMEDTM CALL NOW[ TOLL FREE- 1-888-722-7556 Marty S. Rafferty Many Shane Rafferty departed this life of 45 years Saturday afternoon, March 15, 2003, at the Hutchinson Hospital. Born Oct. 17, 1957, at Concordia, Many was the son of Lyle Eugene and Ella Rae Baker Raffeny. He spent his childhood in Mankato where he gradu- ated from high school with the class of 1975. During his youth, he developed a love for huming and fishing,which became a lifelong passion. After grziduation, Many did a num- ber of things during his lit'e, always making lasting friendships along the way. He became a tradesman and was highly regarded as an excellent car- penter. During his life, he lived in a variety of places including Kentucky and Tennessee and had been a resident of Hutchinson since about 199 I. While in Hutchinson he worked in several businesses including Collins Industries. Although Many's life was rather short, he made a lasting positive im- pression wherever he went. He loved people and never knew a stranger, as he was always eager to please, happy- go-lucky and wanting to help some-. one. Besides his friends, Many cher- ished his wife, Amy, and especially his grandson, Dawson. Dawson was sim- ply the love of his life and he treasured every moment Spent with him. One of his happiest times in life was garden- ing with Dawson. Marry was very proud of his Irish heritage. His ancestors migrated to Jewell County from Ireland. He was always proud to say, "l am an Irishman!'" Preceding him in death was his la- ther, Lyle Rafferty, in 1973. Left to mourn his passing and eel- ebrate his life are his wife,~ * Amy,"of thc home; one beloved grandson, Dawson Conner, of the home; his mother, Ella Rae Rafferty, Mankato; his maternal grandmother, Virginia Baker, Covington, Ky.; a brother, Rod Rafferty, Goehner, Neb.; three sisters, Lynda Dewey and husband, Forrest, Mankato; Rhonda Swiderski and hus- band, Mark, Wilson; Jami Underwood and husband, Quentin, Burr Oak; and a host of many relatives and friends. Funeral services were 2 p.rn. Wednesday, March 19 at First United Methodist Church, Burr Oak. Pastor Laura Fricker officiated and provided the music. Music selections were "Go Rest High On That Mountain" by Vince Gill and "Danny Boy." Honorary bearers were Bill Hesscr, John Huntsinger, Dennis Kennedy, Scott Neilson and Roger Rotter. Cas- ket bearers wcre Rick Blair, Steve Dunstan, Curtis Moser, Steven M. RatTerty, Ron Simon and Many Zadina. Interment was in Burr Oak Cem- etery. Music selection was "Drift Away" by Uncle Kracker and Dobie Gray. McDonald-Roberts Funeral Scr vice, Beloit, was in charge of arrange- inents. (Paid obilum3") Velva Wesselowski Velva M. Wesselowski, 88, Jewell, died March 31 at Mitchell C:mnty Hospital, Beloit. The funeral is today (Thursday) at 10:30 a.,n. at Jewell Christian Church with burial in the Jewell Cemetery. McDonald-Roberts Funeral ~cr vice, Bcloit, is in charge of arrange- ments. Jewell County Memories 100 Years Ago J.M. Gabe was in Cincinnati with a car load of horses raked in by the horse buyers. Miss Mattie Sapp has closed her school at Sweet Home. P.R. Hoffer sold his place to Lewis Ganner for $6,000. This was the best price ever paid for ;, 160 acre Ihr,n in Prairie Township. Stidham made the sale. Frank Matter moved to the Chas. Edwards farm in Center Township. B.F. Wallace was marketing 7 cent hogs. 80 Years Ago The Jcwell post office sent out 2,600 chicks in one day and often sent as many as 2,000 a day. Carl Ellison, Mankato, was the boys band di?ector at Jewell City. Mrs. Will McDill was cleaning some clothes in a dishpan containing gasoline and the pan got too close to the hot kitchen stove and caught fire. She grabbed a coat and threw it over the pan and started Ior Ihe door. Her falher, L.M. Dukes, seized her, fearing she might get her clothes on lire and Mrs. McDill gave the pa,t a throw. The fire caught the side of the house but belore it could get under headway, neighbors arrived and put it out. Mrs. McDill was slightly burned about the face and hair. The home of Henry Krier was de- stroyed by fire. Mr. Krier had been heating water on the stove and the house caught fire in the flue. Turkeys are worth 60 cents a piece as soon as they are hatched. The Midwest Lumber Company purchased three new retail yards lo- cated at Plainville, Page City and Hunter. This brought the string of yards owned by the Company up to 19. 60 Years Ago Adolph Uhruh, superintendent of Burr Oak schools, went to Downs as school superintendent. Mrs. Louise Magnusson, Formoso, seemed to head the list with 2,000 baby chicks. Iden Chilcott, Jewell, rented the Stafford building in Mankato,just north of the Guy Oil Station, and would handle the complete line of John Deere Implements. Fawna Arasmith attended the county spelling contest in Mankato Saturday. She misspelled just one word in her grade and got to stay to spell the second time. Coyote scalp bounties in Jewell County were paid to Anton Lund, Donald Hartscher, Henry Garman, Elden and Will Johanek, Russell Colson and O.R. Beeler. Jewell County Commissioner March salaries and mileage were F.E. Byers, $56.30; J.R. Thomas, $75.60, F.R. Dempsey, $49.80. 40 Years Ago G lenn Hale died. He was the former owner and editor of the Formoso New Era newspaper and half owner of the Western Advocate, Mankato. He later served as post master at Mankalo until his retirement in 1956. Mrs. Beulah Brinkworth resigned as second grade teacher at Mankato schools. The board of education hired Mrs. Viola Ross who is presently teach- ing at Lovewell Grade School. Mrs. Brihkworth tanght in Mankato sch('x)l 17 years. Mr. and Mrs. ltenry Al'a'ens cel- ebrated 1heir 60th wedding amuvcr- sary. Ute Theatre, Mankato~ was show- ing "'The Miracle Worker". Chris' Cut and Curl Beauty Shop, Mankato, advertised permanents, $6 to $9.50.. Eshon defeated Cawkcr City in a baseball game 9-8. Eddic Ball was the winning pitcher. Gary Kindlcrdot,hled in the last of the final inning with bases hmded to drive in the tying and win- ning runs. Mr. and Mrs. Chrissic Ahrcns of Holmwood Township received the Mankato Chamber of Comme,'~e Farmer's Plaque for their outstanding service to extension, 4-H and commu- nity. 20 Years Ago Roderick Weltmer and William Martin formed a partnership ti)r the general practice of law in Mankato. A Sun,'ise Easter Scrvicc was held at the church in hmia. Women of the church met to make robes for the occa- sion. Winners of the BurrOak American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Poster con- tests were Greg Garman, Marcia Ost, Robert Terrill, Brenda Underwood, Angle Roe, Laura Snydcr, l,o,i Robertson and Robin May. Thirty people b,'aved the snowy roads to attend Sunday morning ser- vice at Nonhbranch. Brian Wallace had charge of the service in the ab- sence of the pastor. Write in candidates for council members in Burr Oakwere Marvin Boyles and Phil Cleveland. 10 Years Ago Jack Beck, Mankato, was killed in a car accident in northern Jewell County early Wednesday morning, March 24. USD 279 Board of Education an- mmnced that Ron AIIord was to be new superintendent and principal of K-8. Four Mankato High School juniors were inducted into National Honor Society: Michelle Decker, Christopher Freeman, Joshua Lippold and Jonathan Terpening. Virginia Rightmeier retired from JewelI-Mitchell Electric Cooperative after 14 years of employment. Pike Trail League picks wcre from Jewel}, Mclissa Nulty, Chad Griffcth, Billi Loomis, Jason Arasmith and White Rock, Barbara Dcthhfff. One Year Ago Bruce Hurford, Osawatom~c, was offered a contract lot Mankato Jr-Sr High principal. White Rock High School cheer- leaders for 2002-03 were: Kerry Waugh, Megan Boyles, Angela Garman, Samantha Nava, Ashley CImc and Stefanie Sawyer. Meaning What? Most men don't love wha! a girl stands for but what she falls for. No Worry Live within your income and you'll live without worry. B Ia We Stand Behind Our Drivers! It II ~k ..aftJll " More Pay IN - More Miles More Advantages Call Todayl! Marten Transport, Ltd. (Schoo| Grad I ill 800.a.q. .aaat w,,,,Mo, -- ,,,,,v vw~. OTRExp Req'd) I lm I www.marten.com * OTR Exp. Req'd) Ill