Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Superior, Nebraska
April 15, 1982     Jewell County Record
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 15, 1982

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

at the Joe Konvalin Le Sunday evening. is. Everett Sweet had .~ with Mr. and Mrs. fence Jensby Friday morn- [Mr. and Mrs. Erwin ~.t came in the afternoon ~h Mrs. Jensby a happy Ned birthday. The big 'I rm prevented their ] as planned. and Mrs. Sam Behr- spent the weekend at the of Mr. and Mrs. Joe in Lincoln, Nebr. Judy Omaha, joined and spent the weaken411, They enjoyed Easter together and were by Randy Calder of and Mrs. Bob Peele, and Mrs. Steve Ordich family, Mr. and Mrs. and daughters, and Mrs. Jack Russell family, and Mr. and Mrs. Woerner and Brandon Easter dinner with and Mrs. Charlie Russell. Ordich stayed and the night. and Mrs. Mike Kintigh Tony and Mr. and Mrs. Kintigh and Jason Easter dinner guests of and Mrs. Duane Kintigh. and Mrs. Delmar Roth- visited Mrs. Ruth Roth- in the hospital in Belle- Wednesday afternoon to visit Mr. and Ion the home. Ruth will be re- 12, after week stay in the and Mrs. Ennis Melody Jennifer, Tampa, Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. Edna Mrs. Myrtle Hammett Mr. and Mrs. Loren and family had Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Roper. and Mrs. Jim Jensby, and Diana had an early day supper Saturday for Clarence Jensby's 16 birthday. Guests Jeff Jensby, Lawrence, Parsons and Lisa Poe, besides Mr. and Clarence Jensby. Lynn the night with Jensbys and cad Easter breakfast them, then returned to and Mrs. Van Shotsman Hardy, had dinner C~isl~in.':'Suifda~y Mr:" Lee Hansen and and Mr. and Mrs. Tim and family, Hastings, the Crispin home and dinner together and celebrated a birthday with Mrs. Cleveland, Manhat- ~and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kansas City, spent Weekend with their par- Mr. and Mrs. Conley and Mrs. Dave Baird, and Jayson, Carter Ia., visited Mr. and !. Ivan Warren Friday and and spent Easter parents at Beloit. and Mrs. Rodney War- Craig and Monty, Mr. Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Mark and Kirk, and ~and Mrs. Eugene Hansen Easter dinner with and Mrs. Ivan Warren. and Mrs. Delmar Roth- Shannon," Mr. an@ Brice Tuxhorn anff, fa/m- Mr. and Mrs. ~&triin Smith ~ettter, Mr. Mrs. Dennis Rotiwhiltl; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grabast and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grabast, Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Rothchild and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and fam- ily, Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild, Man- kate, enjoyed a potluck Eas- ter supper and Easter egg hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle and Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Behrends, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elledge and Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgomery, Stella Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Alberson and Tisha, Debbie Doreza and Marinda, Sandy Hall, Kendell Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mont- gomery, Brenda and Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Montgomery of Lincoln, Myrtle Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dean, Billy and Greg enjoyed Easter dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hall, Superior. Mrs, Vernadine Hancock and Ron had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Van Meter went to Newton to spend Easter with her grand- mother and came back via Salina and brought Mrs. Nell Reasor and Travis to visit at Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Me- ter's a few days. Wednesday, Mrs. Virgil Hall accompanied her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Duncan, to St. Joseph, Me., where they vis- ited their sister, Mrs. Frank Miller, and Frank. Thursday the ladies went to Fulton, Me., to visit another sister, Mrs. Elsie Josey. They re- turned home Saturday after- noon. Virgil Hall was a supper guest Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kintigh. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Elniff, Jewell, Sunday. Mrs. Elniff had been in the hospital at Beloit and was released last Sunday. Friday morning coffee guests of Mrs. Arden Russell and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Mrs. Leland Daniels and family of Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Daniels and family called at the Russells Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and daughters, Brenda Stiles, Omaha, and Paul Stiles, Grand I land;' h i 'E ttd-'/ dinner with Mr. and Mrs:* Charles Stiles. Bruce Stiles joined them, also. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn An- dreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Andreasen and Rory, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andreasen, Don Andreasen and Laurene Place, Hastings, had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen. Mrs. Tom Norris, Christina and Michael, Ft. Scott, Mrs. Tom Lesovsky, Heather and twins, Brandon and Nathan, Cuba, and Mrs. Doris Murray, Concordia, visited Mrs. Anna Graham Friday. Saturday another granddaughter, Mrs. Dale Numms, and her friend, Cindy Khaler, Geneva, Nebr., visited Mrs. Graham. Then Mrs. lla Callaway, Esbon, came and spent Friday and Saturday nights. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest An- dreasen had coffee with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Oisen, Hardy, Friday afternoon ....... Mr. and Mrs, ~old 'Both- wenhad dinne, r 'BellevlUe sU9da ) tli ff X Sit d i s. J0e D~wey. Chester,/ W~6 ~ in the hospital 'Beil ville: Charlotte Peckham, Hardy, called at the Bothwells Sun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col- lins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Collins and family, Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tatre, Glasco, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tatro, CUl- ver, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilbert and Ben, Jamestown, had Easter dinner and supper with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dia- mond, Richard Diamond, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Butts, Mankato, had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dia- mond. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby, Courtland, called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Butts, Mankato, Friday evening. Nicolette Diamond came home with them and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Diamond came for supper Saturday evening and took Nicolette home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howe, Mr. and Mrs. John Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howe and Trisha, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe and sons, St. Paul, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Burge and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Nelson, Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Dalane Ehlers and Nathan, Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. John Penry had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burge. Mrs. Al Jennings called on Mrs. Zatha Wilson at Superior Manor last Monday. Mrs. Joe Konvalin was ho~tess at a coffee Wednes- day morning and her guests were Mrs. Ernest Andreasen, Mrs. Sam Behrends, Mrs. Clarence Shill and Mrs. Art Jensen. Rev. Jim Btssh joined them, too. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross visited friends at the Good Samaritan Center Friday and had dinner with Mrs. Zetta Abelbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings and Mrs. Dallas Diamond went to Salina Friday to visit Mrs. Jerry Shoemaker of Minneapolis and new baby daughter, Jacey Lee, in As- bury Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker, Kansas City, are the grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. AI Jen- nings and Mr. and Mrs. LeVy Shoemaker, Minneap- olis, are the great-grandpar- ents. The baby was born Apr. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry and sons went to Oregon, Me., Friday and Saturday to a horse sale. They had supper Saturday night at Browns- ville, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barry went to Oregon, Me., Saturday for the sale. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Belville and daughters were Easter dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dove's. Callers this week at the Glenn Bailey home were Mrs. Betty Reed last Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Erken- brack on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Wat- son had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Watson and family. In the afternoon they h ad an Easter egg hunt and guests were Marsha Leiken, Robert, Russell and Venessa Dempsey, Teddy Barns and his cousin, Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Darling andBrent, Kearney, spent the we tend with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Worm. FARMWAY CREDITUNION Six Month Share Cert. *10,000 Minimunl 13 19, 2 Year Share Cert. s500 Minim um 4.35% Effective through April 19, 1982 All Savers 12 too. cert. s500.O0 mininluni Certificate tax free I Effective through April 17, 1982 l Tax exemption is forfeited if withdrawn prior to maturity. Fed~+ State 90 Day Share Cert. '2,500 Mininlum High Liquidity Passbook s5.00 M in i m u m Automatmany renewable at 9.00 percent Dhy-in, ~)ay-out interest No withdrawal Penalty IA. Certificates are subject to penalty for early withdrawal. for Easter dinner were Mark Worm, Joni Gates and Bryan Knoell. Saturday, Mrs. Opal ~::i~: :,:i: :~ Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Todd and Mark Worm had ::::::::::::::::::: dinner at the Leonard Worm home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer :~ Howe, St. Paul, Nebr., were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl. Jerry and Curtis had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thacher at Salina. Mrs. ~dwin Ross attended Jewell County Extension Council meeting in Mankato last Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Bostwick, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell and daughters Thursday eve- ning. Darrell Fager, Deana and Derek, Omaha, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rothfuss joined them Saturday and they enjoyed Easter at the Hall home. Sunday they joined families at the Lavonn Peterson home, Oak, for Easter dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Becker Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt joined the family of Mrs. Lyle Duncan, Superior, for Easter dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web- bar joined Mr. and Mrs. Ray -Lowery and Mrs. Dave Taylor for Easter supper at the Marina Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings, Mrs. Irene Davidson and Bob had Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. AI Jennings visited Mrs. Cecil Lovewell and children Saturday after- noon. Marlin Rothchild spent Sun- day at the Delbert Rothchild home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild called in the eve- ning. Mrs. Roger Kintigh and Jason spent Saturday after- noon at the Robert Zeigler home. Kristi Konvalin was an overnight guest of Holly Nel- son, Superior, Thursday. Clarence Jensby went to Hardy Saturday morning to attend the retired men's cof- fee at Jack McCorkle's. Other guests were Nels Sorensen, Herbert Pedersen, Keith Lance, Walter Andersen, Ezra Olsen, Dorman Clark and Harley Jansen. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apr. 15, 1982 Page 5- Section 2 DOLE MEETS WITH KC ROYALS WASHINGTON -- During a special tour of the United States Capitol building, George Brett and other members of the Kansas City Royals and entourage, met with Senator Bob Dole (R.-Kan.), Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Howard Liebengood (a graduate of Kansas State University), and Senate staff members. The Royals were in the Washington area for the opening game of the American League baseball season with the Baltimore Orioles. 1 block East of the Dairy Queen in Superior, Nebr. 1:00 P.M. APPLIANCES FURNITURE TOOLS ANTIQUES MISCELLANEOUS Most items are like new. A real clean auction. JAY AND FERN MORRIS, Owners ANDY MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer 8 miles West, South and West of Mankato, Karts., or 3 nflles East, South and West of the Esbon Junction on Highway 36. TRACTORS TRUCK MACHINERY COMBINE HOG EQUIPMENT HAY LUMBER FURNITURE DISHES MISCELLANEOUS Complete bill was printed in last week's Record. OWNERS MR. & MRS. DUANE BENNETT AR,DEN H. ONT - Auctioneer Mankato, Ks. Ph. 587-4242 e e OPEN FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 - 9:30 9:30 - 11:30 Friday Night- Price Approximately 390 acres of Jewell County land will sell at auction at National Guard Armory in Mankato, Kansas on" This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission We had a good run of livestock, selling real active. Butchers ........................... to $50.50 Boars ......................... up to $42.50 Sows ............................. to $54.00 25 Mixed Pigs, by head ............... $52.00 19 Mixed Pigs, by head ............... $38.00 24 White Pigs, by head ............... $40.00 31 Mixed Pigs, by head ............... $48.00 15 Mixed Steers, wt. 17 Simmental Steers, 14 Simmental Steers, 28 Simmental Steers, 17 Black Heifers, wt. 17 Mixed Steers, wt. 23 Black Steers, wt. 17 Mixed Steers, wt. 426 ..............$69.00 wt. 535 .......... $68.75 wt. 730 .......... $66.00 wt. 718 .......... $66.00 375 .............. $59.00 410 .............. $69.75 390 .............. $70.80 653 .............. $67.50 18 Mixed Steers, wt. 748 .............. $66.75 15 Mixed Heifers, wt. 623 ............. $58.75 13 Mixed Heifers, wt. 455 ............. $61.00 16 Mixed Steers, wt. 605 .............. $69.25 14 Mixed Heifers, wt. 430 ............. $62.00 13 Fleshy Steers, wt. 600 .............. $64.75 17 Fleshy Heifers, wt. 543 ............. $55.00 15 Simmental Heifers, wt. 708 ......... $60.40 20 Simmental Steers, wt. 755 ........... $65.90 11 Simmental Steers, wt. 625 .......... $66.50 17 Simmental Steers, wt. 840 .......... $65.40 19 Mixed Steers, wt. 645 .............. $66.25 1 Holstein C w, wt. 1375 ............ $41.00 2 Mixed Cows, wt. 1020 .............. $40.30 3 White Cows, wt. 1130 .............. $40.60 1 Whiteface Cow, wt. 1080 ........... $40.80 2 Black Cows, wt. 1030 .............. $40.20 starting at 1:00 p.m. This land is located 8 miles north of Mankato, Kansas on rock road andhas several acres of good creek bottom land. Land will sell in two separate tracts. I: Approximately 270 acres. Legal Description: Located in Section 4-2-8 Jewell County, Kansas. Approximately 222 acres of cropland, balance farmstead, grassland and creek. This tract has some choice bottom land and produces well. All the cropland is in growing wheat f~r 1982 harvest. The improvements consist of a 2 story frame 4 bedroom modern home, granary and some other smaller buildings. Good water. TRACT I1: Approximately 120 acres. Legal Description: Located in the west part of Section 3-2-8 Jewell County, Kansas. Approximately 110 acres of 'cropland, balance in creek. All the cropland is in growir~g wheat for 1982 harvest. The land is located across the rock road east of Tract I, This tract also has some bottom land. " Taxes: Sellers to pay 1981 and prior years' taxes. Possession: Purchaser to have immediate possession of buildings and grassland. Possession of land in growing wheat after the 1982 harvest. Purchaser to receive 1/3 of growing wheat to be harvested in 1982. Terms: 25% down day of sale, purchaser will assume existing contract at an interest rate 8% ending in 1989. Difference between down payment and existing contract to be )aid on or before June 1, 1982. Sellers will furnish Merchantible Title. Land will be sold ) all easements and rights-of-ways of record , statements made day of sale shall take precedence over printed matter. Sellers: Not responsible for accidents, ei /lady Montgomery Gale Mlkkelsen Auctioneer- Delmar Shoemaker - R.E. Salesman 4 -879-3004 402-879-4464 Glen Elder, Kansas - Phone (91 3) 545-3288 :! ,Ion Rmmell Don Johnson 91~74-4887 915-794-YA0~ Broker - Reiter Land Company - Beloit, Kansas - Phone (913} 738-3777 :