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f i ? Attending the art exhibi-1 tion were, front row, left to i right: Stephen Judy, Sharon WINNERS IN CCCC ART EXHIBmON High school artists from seven North Central Kansas high schools participated in an exhibition at Cloud County Community College Friday, April 10. The day began with IIII II II III I JEWELL COUNTY lq Thursday, Apr. 23,1 Page 6 - Section : Hesket, Mrs. Gay Anderson; second row, Jim Smith, Lori I Duffy, Mark Heinen; third I registration at 8:30, judging from 11:00- 12:00 and awards announcements at 1:30. This was the second year that the exhibition has come to Concordia through the ef- forts of CCCC art instructors Ted Krone and Jack Kauff- Ill NOTICE The New All Risk Crop InsureHnce is now available through Farmers Union Ins. Co. at my agency. row, Brian Hills, Randy Peter- son, Joe Smith. man. Harley EUiott, noted area artist from Marymount College in Salina, judged all entries. High school entrants were from Concordia, Mankato, Minneapolis, Washington, Belleville, Beloit and Smith Center. Each school was al- lowed up to three entries in ceramics, fibers, drawing, jewelry, painting, photo- graphs, printmaking, sculp- ture, watercolor and mixed media. According to Kaufman and Krone, the selections were of even bettor quality than last year, and ranged from a carved Ford racing pickup and carrier to macrame hang- ing bookshelves to turquoise rings to traditional water- colors and pen and ink draw- rags. Observers had such comments as "superb crafts- manship" - "that must have taken a lot of time" - "I've never seen such color in a painting" - and '"1'his is the work of high school stu- dents?." First, second and third places were awarded in each category, as well as a best of show and best school award. Six honorable mentions were also given. Winners from Mankato were Sharon Hesket, who won third in photography, and Brian Hills, who received honorable mention in char- coal. MARY JOSEPHINE RUGGIERO Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruggiero, JeweU, are proud to announce the very special arrival of their new daughter, Mary Jo- sephine, born Saturday, April 11, at 10:10 p.m. Also happy to welcome their new sister were Michael 6 and Gins 4. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Joseph Ruggiero, White Plains, N.Y. Maternal grand- Grand Champion Heifer at the Beef Expo at Wichita on March 11, shown by Black Velvet Angus Farm, Man- kato, with Rick Boiler at the halter. She sold to Green Garden Angus Farm at Lor- raine, Karl. Judge was Dr. Miles McKee, Manhattan. ANDREW SCOTT Mr,. and Mrs. of Longmont, Colo. proud parents of a born April 14. He named Andrew young man weighed 7 7 ounces and was 19 long. Mrs. Halls is the Lynn Blair. Grand Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Mankato, Mr. Lewis of Boulder, Kenneth Halls of Colo. Great-grand Mr. and Mrs. Orval and Mrs. Birdie Superior. Come to Cawker City Country Lane (Located in "The Barn Door") Arts Crafts Ph. 378-3212 or 428-3672 Evenings 402-826-2118 CRETE, NEBR. Saturday, Aprii: 25* Bernard & Stella Crissman, Owners parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fair Earnest Christie, Uniontown, Kans. Fort Hays State University . Attenti Farmers Fn. & r at., il 25 Presidents Scholarship for ms the 1981-82 academic year. &F de senior,Diehl'aBurrOakHighSchoelis active in student Demonstration, ~ :'i ' ee rs council, and is a member of tD~uW]g~::t the volleyball, basketball and and track teams. She plays in the Exhibits theday. For Prompt Free Removal of band, and is a member of the All Dead Stock, Call: National HonorSociety. Her REGISTER for GRAND PRIZE parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Diehl, Guide Rock, Nebr. 913-527-5545 . BellevilJe, Kansas .178-3505 378-3974 879-3004 378-3336 Andy Montgomery Ed Montgomery First National Bank, S.C., REMUS tEAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SlERVIC! Cuhi~. ]2ems~ ks Kamme, Nebemka, 121 North Maks Smith, Ks, MN? Terry Z/rumor, Clerk & Auction- ]~o~m'i, mid Oki~oma .. Plbeae: 913. 282 - 3075 mr. Cad Murray Aaron Murray As we have quit farming, we will sell at Public Auction at the MACHINERY TRACTORS farm I0 ufiles east on Highway 36, 1 mile llorth & I/s mile west F-10 Farmhand, hay basket with steel Mounted sprayer -- 18-ft. straight disk esday April 28 1967 IHC 656 Farmall. wide front from Snfith Center, Kan., on T teeth, manure scoop, stack buster, 656IHC Corn binder live power, power steering, rock road or 1 mile south, 21/~ I U mountings 5-Star post hole digger, mounted, 2-pt. 28474, dual hydraulic, 2-point. miles west of Lebanon, Kan., the B 14-ft. John Dsere tandem disk 30-ft., 6-in. grain auger, flex drive, 9 h.p., IHC Model "60" 4-14 plow, Hyd. Wisconsin motor hours ~ 1949 M Farmall, good shape, serial i following decribed articles, lO-ft. Graham Hoeme chisel 4-Whesl trailer on truck frame 213260 TI 10-16 M & M grain drill 'IHC Corn sheller -- Road drag Farmall F-2O me: 1 1:00 A.M. Two 3.16 pull-type plows 12-ft., 5-in. auger, 3/4 h.p. electric motor TRACTOR 4-Section folding drag harrow 2-Row corndisk -- Bearcat grinder ~ TRUCKS - CARS Two 3-section J.D. springtooths IHC 7-ft. mounted mower, s 1967 4020 J.D, Diesel Tractor, J.D. 9.ft. oneway - M&M 7-ft. oneway Mounted alfalfa seeder, PTO MACHINERY 3-Section Case Rotary Hoe Allis-Chalmers combine, S-ft. header t946 Ford 1 '/~ -ton truck, grain wide front end, hydraulic8 & 250-Gallon field sprayer, pull type Stalk drill * ~ ~ ~ , racks, twin cylinder hoist power aaering, 3 point hitch, : f 1964 Fairlane 500 Ford, automatic, conditioning low miles on overhs~l 8ood rubber. F 228 Farmhand load~ with hay 16-10 J.D. grain drill fertilizer .~._ ~ 1950 Ford car, 4-door, runs good basket & stack buster, boxes. SHOP TOOLS ~ -. ~ M ISCELLANEOUS 12' J.D. One Way on rubber. 16' ~'aJlrl au~. Hydraulic jacks, different sizes; 2 IHC MISCELLANEOUS 12' Graham Heeme plow. 8' 3 point cultivator with ~. hydraulic cylinders; 2 tap and die sets: 3 ~ ~.~~~ Calf Creep feeder; Approximate. Set Dual wheels for 4020 J.D. J.D. 12' pull type hay rake. bench vises; pipe vise; 180-amp. Lincoln Two Model A frames and wheels: 500-gal. wire: 6 roils snow fence; roils barbed ly 60 bu. steel hog feeder; Space, Tractor. 10' pt~ typo ~ ~. welder; 200-1b.anvil; press drill; ~/~-horse propane tank, half full; 300-gaI: diesel 10 sacks alfalfa seed: comfort cover heater; Press drill; handy man 1973 14' Sunflower offset disc. 3-14 Caao p~, 3 point h~3. drill and stand; hand iron cutter; shop tank; 500-gal: gas ebnlt.~ l~00~bushel 656 IHC, like new: IHC draw jack; 2 hydraulic cylinders; Milk- 24' Crustbuater. Sm~ si3~ llM~tll~ 81MNMM~ O~ forge and tongs; 12-in. to 36-in. pipe Columbian steel bin, aeratibrl:'~ 1,500- buggy type umbrella, new: wrenches; shop air compressor; electric bushel Columbian steel bin, ae~a~: .Air Crs combine belt, new: 12'X14' truck ink machines with buckets; New IHC 10-16 Hoe Wheat Drill with rubber, bench grinder; Farmhand tools to install Master % h.p. aeration fan: :7-fr~ot stock Clipper fanning mill, 10 screens; stock tank; Old stock tank; Air fertilizer boxes, press wheels. Madeover' 1 row [lets', ~ ~ leathers; 19-piece set 3/4 drive socket, tank; Pax 40-bushel crsep~feeder: :3 ~etal jack. electric motor; platform compressor with electric motor 4-14 4-bottom J.D. plow. hitch. 1 1/16- 2"; battery and electric fencers; feed bunks; cattle oiler: 6 wooden calf i2-38 tractor chains; 15'5 - 38 on wheels; pipe thread cotter; 12' tri-Flex V Blade. 2 row Mo~ ]is~l'. battery chargers; bolt cutters; 4 bolt feeders; 6 metal hog troughs: high pres- chains; wire winder, fits on M pipe fittings; greeme guM; tract- 1974 40' 6" Speed King ~ racks; axes; pitch forks; shovels; log sure cattle sprayer; Burbanks wagon grain sacks: 8.25 truck tires and or markers; wagon jack; mount- auger. J.D. 12 Combine for mlmh~, chains and clevices; 2 pump vises; 7-ft. scales; 50 hedge posts: 70 5'/~-ft. steel 15.5-38 tractor tire; miscellaneous step ladder; lots of piles of iron. posts; I00 electric steel posts: 10 rolls hog bet: pries of cut wood. od alfalfa Neder from power take 7' J.D. No. 9 power mower. 1954 14' J.D. Combine. Lots of really old hand tools. Of[; E]4~ motor~; 2 ~redtao Air conditioner, 220-V, good buckets with hand pump; 2 tank m.m..; Sickle ~wt~ moemm; A NTIQ UES TRUCKS TRAILERS Horse Equipment ~ Raiiroad lantern; 3 kerosene lanterns; board; walnut dresser with stock saddle & bridle; tractor copper boiler; 10-gal. wooden keg: 2 hand faces; 4 high-back face pattern Ch~W; ~ ~dlon ~s c~s; electric 12 Pieces of horse drawn machinery crank cream separator- wooden washing chairs, pattern back; 6 odd chairs. fencee; pick up for J.D. Coin- 1968 GMC Vs ton pickup truck, ~ Wooden wagon gear, wide tires machine needs repair; coal bucket; Char- back; Victrola; oak plank bottom bino; buggy top ~ umbrei- automatic, good rubber. 2 Wheel 6 x 10 stock . Boyt horse harness ter Oak wood stove; Topsy stove, Monkey chair; camel back trunk; old oak 1964 Chevrolet IVt ton track Combine grain bin.. ~d~' on Lots of horse collars and harness 280; cream cans: Round Mountain Oak chair; writing chair; frosted glass la; mmd hnnb~; tmlm; riding with steel box & hoist, trailer. Wooden double trees and single trees heater; 3-gal. Red Wing crock churn and window, flower design; dressei'; oak iawa mower; Milo grain pm~v. 1948 GMC 1 ton truck with box 4 Wheel fiat bed trailer. Metal double trees lid; lots of crock jars and jugs. several oak square table; fainting couch; er; lot old iron; Cab for Olivet" 2 old 2 wheel flat bed trailers. Wooden wagon tongue sizes and colors; crockery chicken wat- sewing machine; wall magazine rack: tmm~; 1o0 gallon Dimel fuel & hoist. erers, Daisy butter churn; gallon stone robe; wall telephone with on 2 w~ tm~; F~ COINS jars;wooden butter mold,pineapple pat- receiver. attmchnmnt for V-Blade; Pow~ Tams for the ~ are c~lh. tern; two Model T coil points, new: carbu- Coin glass butter dish; FUR N I TURE 1881 U.S. 1-cent piece; 1854 U.S. I-cent retor float valves for Model T; 5.00.19" and magazines: Tiger cracker box poet hold "digger; Steel hog feed- Nothing removed until s4M~ piece; 1841 U.S. 1-cent piece; 1851 U.S. Model A car tube, new: Model A disc assorted marbles, all sizes; 2 er;, Cattle oiler; Cattle duster; for. clutch; Furst & Bradley cast iron seat; 160 gallon Imr~mm tank; Shop Iron bed with drawer on side; 2 l-cent piece; 1851 Canadian l-cent piece; lamps; kerosene lamp; silverware made wire winder; small 8lock rocking chairs; table lamlm; elec- Not rmponsible for lu~cl~. 1852 Canadian l-cent piece; 1876 Canadi- wooden water lead pipe. dishes; pots and pans: picture an I-cent piece: 1785 foreign coin; 1811 Kitchen cabinet, frosted glass doors, flour several pieced quilts. tank; Chain hoist; eteel tool box; tric broom; water jugs; Slim Jim silver shilling token; 1858 Canadian 20- bin, sliding roll doors; oak glass door cup- exercmer, 1 gallon Lunch on the grounds by 4-H cent piece; 1781 foreign coin; 1789 foreign m; lured lmml pump; exmrJa~;bike " Many other tools not listed, electric ice cream freeffier. Oak Club. coin: 186,5 Indian head penny; fifteen 1900-1910 Indian head pennies: 5 francs; Auctioneers Note LUNCH by Oak Creek 4-H Club 1885 Mexican 25-cent piece; 1867.1881. Antiques and Household will sellat Clerked by First National Bank 1:00 o'clock, of Lebanon 1894 U.S. 5-cent pieces; postage cur- ~,,.~e~ rency, 5 and 10 cents; 100 Wheathead j~ennies, 1910 to 1925; 50 rolls pennies, someWhest. FRED HELLER, OWN Gewp Ountz and Dele Remus, Auctioneers TERMS--CASH Nothing removed until settled for. ~don,. AUCTIONEERS- c..,~,. Auctie. Service Sale is located 4 miles south and 3 east of Lebanon, or 2 miles Highway 36 at JeweU - Smith line.