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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 22, 2003 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 YEARLING Angus records EPD, Sired. Delivery April 1. Parr Cloud. Call 402-746- ~lar, 402-746-4528. 12-5-tfc data, choice, us, 785-647-6741. 12-36-tfc Calendar JUNE 17, 1:30 p.m. at Community Building, Kan. Selling 153 acres of tique furniture for Helen Real Estate and e, 14-20-5p JUNE 4, 1063 East Neb. Selling per- rty (at 4:30 p.m.) and real 6 p.m.) for Phebe Mikkelsen Real Estate charge. 14-20-2p It Makes and Sense to schedule Our Auction at the rior Auction House inside so your items are from the weather n staff will move sale items 0 the auction house g plan commission plan nments to attract more buyers seating for the buyers stand at Auction site house within three days sales held Jrsday of each month sale dates as needed auction staff auctioneers "hassle way to sell all and Weql Do It All or Auction House 402-879-3082 ~ECURITY disability claims; and Saunders, Attorneys % recovery-no fee! 800- {E PATIENTS using inhal- rol, Atrovent, Combivent, Flovent and oth- Jifficulty? Breathe easy liquid available if you qualify. 800-224-1919 Exten- :11 WELDING Institute, Inc. Become a certified pipe Earn top pay in seekour ~85. BILLconsolidator! $2,000- lht percent average rate. 4o problem! For fast re- -free. 800-518-4209. Payment? Problem credit? ew home without the big ~nt. If motivated income Home Partners at 800- or visit us on line at ~ricanhomepartners.com. CASH for structured annuities, real estate mortgage notes, acci- 16-Misc. For Sale DIGITAL BIG screen TV. Take on small payments. Good credit required. 1-800-398-3970. 16-20-2p NEW SHIPMENT of office chairs. Superior Publishing Co. 16-19-3c USED ROAD culverts, 60 and 72- inch diameters and upto 30 foot long. Nelson, Neb. 402-756-7834. 16-19-tfc LASER FAX machine and computer printer in stock. Superior Publishing Co. ' 16-19-3p HOMEGROWN CHICKEN: Enjoy homegrown goodness. Taking orders now for the 2003 season. Satisfaction guaranteed, fresh or frozen, picked up at the farm. 402-225-2105. 16-16-tfc 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 7.85-428-3601 or call 1-800- 864-4400 for a local agent. 16-10-tfc ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stock salt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-tfc .... 7 ........................ SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Cutligan, 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 WOODEN BUILDING damaged in the recent weather? Replace it with an All-Steel building from Worldwide Building Sales, Peculiar, Mo. Call for special pricing. 800-825-0316. NO SALES games. Free quotes any size. 24x36x10-$4,969; 30x40x10- $5,389; 30x50x12-$6,479; 40x60x14- $8,885; 60x100x14- $16,918. All steel, guaranteed best prices!!! 866- 875-8790. -' 15x24-FOOT SWIMMING pools- $950. Never been used-still in boxes! 1-800-852-7946. HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!! Kayak Pools is looking for demo homesites to display our proven (70,000 plus customers), maintenancetree. Kayak pool. Save thousands!!! Call now at 877-529-7625 or Ibg on at www.kayakpoolsoftherockies.c0m. HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer, specializing in custom-built, acces- sible houses. Tax credits may be available. 800-383-9090. NATURAL LUMP charcoal. Do you know what's in your charcoal? Try our natural hardwood charcoal! BBQ Spe- cialties, Inc., Grafton, Neb., 68365, 402-282-7264. ' STEEL BUILDINGS sale!!! 5,000 plus 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 on line at www.premiersteel.org. 1984 FORD with 43-foot Altec bucket. Dresser ES200 paddle scraper. Jetco 412 Rock trencher. Ditch Witch R100 Trencher. 1977 Ford F800 with Baker Hydraulic boom. 800-669-5496. FREE 2-ROOM DirecTV system in- cluding installation! Two months free programming! Access 225 plus TV channels! Digital quality picture and sound. Limited offer. 800-217-4578. 21-Feed and Seed B I G- RO U N D alfalfa prairie hay bales. Also, baler twine and net wrap for sale. 402-236-8618. 21-19-6c WE BUY damaged grain and feed products. Grain Vac available, also grain bin clean-up work. 316-640- 3203. 21 - 15-8p 22-Vehicles 1988 FORD Aerostar mini-cargo van, white. 402-879-4210. 22-21-tfc MOVING-MUST sell!It 2002 Mercury Sable GS, silver, 4,500 miles, $15,500. 402-879-4481 or 402-469- 1327. 22-20-2p 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-ffc 23-Recreational Honda TRX350, 4x4, $4,299 HONDA BEST ON EARTH 402-729-2294 23-21-1c 1993 WILDERNESS FIFTH-wheel, 27 1/2-foot camper with slide-out and awning and fifth wheel hitch. Very nice and clean. 402-262-2293. 23-21-2p 1974 DODGE motor home. 402-879- 4113. 22-21-tfc 24-Real Estate SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 2"4-13-tfc BLACK HILLS-5.3 acres, beautiful, new area near SPearfish-Sturgis. $34,000 easy terms, pines, oak, fabu- lousview, deer, turkey, fishing, excel- lent access, others available. 605- 348- 6315. 26-Notice SANTA FE Trail Days celebration, Larned, Kan., Friday-Monday, May 23-26. Parade-Carnival-Arts and Crafts-Museums-Antique Show. For more information: 620-285-6916 or on line at www.larned.org. 36-Thank you I WOULD like to thank my friends and relatives for the cards and flowers while I was in St. Elizabeth's and Madonna Home. Alberta Hicks. 36-21-1c WE THANK our many friends and family for the cards, phone calls and visits on our 60th anniversary. It was greatl Albert and Helen Ahrens. 36-21-1p I WISH to thank all those who made my 80th birthday so special. Ellen Wheeler. 36-32-1c I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks to all that sent flowers, plants and the beautiful get well cards to me, while I was in the hospital. Thank you all very much. Margaret Troudt. 36-21- lp THANKS to all who sent me cards, e- mail, flowers, visits and calls. Thanks again. Neva Ernest. 36-21-1c Northbranch By Ruth Glover Greeter at church this week was Tim Warner. Ushers wereTim Warner, Dan Garman and Brad Jeffery and Curtis Jeffery was song leader. The pastor had a special ceremony for : graduate, Erin Garman. Pastor and the Spiritual Life committee had prayer for her and he was presented a gift from the church. The pastors, Ken and Lila Smith, went to Lacona, Iowa, to visit his par- ents, Ival and Gerry Smith. They were overnight guests and on the way home Monday they met a cousin and hus- band unexpectedly at a rest stop on 1- 80. The cousin, Eleanor and Fred Sutherland, Denver, Colo., came home with them and were overnight guests before going on home. Norman and Velma Lee Smack vis- ited their daughter, Jeanice Janke, near Junction City last weekend. Joyce McNichols, Superior, accom- panied John and Erma Dillon to Wichita to attend the graduation ofJanel Fenster Sasson from college. Janel is the grand- daughter of John and Erma. ,,,,___ Kri.s and Mike Hammond, Omaha, were guests of her ~aother, Edith Ayres and Jerry Harris. Another visitor in the Harris home was Gary Harris of Hamilton, I11. LaVae and Ruth Glover attended the little boys baseball game in Red Cloud.- Great-grandsons, Levi and Garrett Vogler are members of the team. Commission hears of road problems County road problems in Sinclair Township were discussed at Monday' s Jewell County Commissioners. Robert Watson attended the meet- ing to discuss the status of the road Osborne County's HHW is approved; Osborne County started direct deposit for payroll; mileage reimbursement; ambulance services; mutual aid agree- ment and road equipment. The next meeting is July 21 at the Sale Barn Cafe, Smith Center. Commissioners present were Langer and Stanley Colson. II Obituaries Maly King Mary Beatrice "Bea" King, 97, re- tired registered nurse for Wichita pub- lic schools, died May 1. Bea was born Mary Beatrice Colson on Jan. 6, 1906, at Ionia to Harry Edwin Colson and Flora Hoffhines Colson. She graduated from the Research Hospital School of Nursing in Kansas City in 1932. She was a surgical nurse in Kansas City during World War II, was president of the Kansas School Health Association, was a charter mem- ber of the West Side Business and Professional Women's Club of Wichita, member of Rebekah Lodge, V.F.W. Auxiliary and an active mem- ber of Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Glen E. King, in 1985, her parents; and'brothers, Willard, Arnold and Alvin Colson. Survivors include a sister, Ella Colson, Mankato; and caregivers, nephew and wife, Don and Lynn Colson, Wichita. A memorial service i.s at 3 p.m. Saturday at Ionia Cemetery, Ionia. Arrangements are by Hillside Funeral Home, Wichita. Amy Teagarden Amy F. Teagarden, 85, Frankfort, died May 14 at her home. Amy worked many years in food service for Frankfort Public Schools. She was born Feb. 2, 1918 near Otego, to Alvah and Aura Murphy Kimbrough. She was reared in Jewell County and graduated from Mankato High School in 1936. Her first hus- band, Ray Vader, died in 1944. She married Alva Teagarden on July 18, 1946. He survives. Other survivors include a son, Jim Teagarden, Frankfort; daughter, Karen Trentman, Overland Park; two sisters, Ruth Price, Chicago, and Alice Kerwin, West Orange, N.J.; five granddaugh- ters; and.l I great-grandchildren. Services were May 17 at the Frank- fort Methodist Church. Burial was at Frankfort Cemetery. Padden Funeral Chapel, Frankfort, was in charge of arrangements. Disaster loan deadline is June 6 Businesses in some Kansas, Colo- rado, Missouri and Nebraska counties along the north side of,sedt~on ~l-54n-'.have until June:6 to lrde applications SinclairTownship. Wats~n~ould like for h>w-interest disasff'qadoans from the to have sand for the road, however, the county says the road is closed. Watson said the road has always been main- tained and he would like it tobe open and maintained. He reported that his family uses this road to get to work. The commissioners said they would review the road. Jim Foster, general superintendent, discussed routine maintenance. Com- missioner Langer advised Foster of some road coniplaints. Linda Woerner, health department director, and Jan Lindberg, RN, asked if the commissioners had any sugges- tions for the office space problem at the county health department. The commissioners said they are consider- ing different options. Commissioner Frank Langer and Carla Waugh, county clerk, attended the joint meeting at Osborne with Osborne County Commissioners and Smith County Commissioners. Top- U.S. Small Business Administration The SBA Economic Injury Disas- ter Loans are available for businesses dependent on farmers and ranchers sus- taining crop losses because of drought, severe storms, tornadoes, flooding and excessive wind that occurred from Jan. I, 2001, and continuing. Farmers and ranchers are not eli- gible for these SBA loans. However, nurseries that are victims of drought" disasters can apply. Businesses in the these local coun- ties are eligible to apply: Cloud, Jewell, Mitchell, Osborne, Republic and Smith in Kansas and Nuckolis and Webster in Nebraska Applications and further informa- tion can be obtained by calling the SBA toll-free at 2-800-366-6303. These loans are intended to assist businesses in off'setting working capi- tal losses suffered as a result of the severe weather reducing the crop in- Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents May 14 at approximately 1:20 p.m., on N. West St. I/2 mile north from Mankato, Linda A. Payne, Mankato, driving a 1986 Chevrolet Blazer, was backing out of the driveway and backed into a parked 1998 Chevrolet Malibu registered to Laura Cram, Mankato. Damages over $500. Accident inves- tigated by Alley. May ! 7 at approximately 6:15 a.m. at milepost 233.2 on K-14, Tommy Lee Keen, Jay, Okla., was driving a 1992 Mercury and fell asleep while driving. No injuries. Accident inves- tigated by Baird. Damages over $500. May 17 at approximately 10:10 p.m. on Jewell County 250, 12 miles north from US 36, Gary D. Keeling, Supe- rior, Neb., driving a 1998 Chevrolet pickup, hit a deer. He swerved to miss it but struck it anyway. Accident in- vestigated by Alley. Damages over $500. No injuries. Traffic Phillip J. Fensom, Courtland, speed- ing 75/60, fined $119. P.J. Kocher, Beloit, overweight 5,000 Ibs., fined $559. Tamanda M. Sutton, Fairbury, Neb., speeding 84/65, fined $143. Register of Deeds Dean g. Neher and Betty Neher and Doyle H. Neher. Undivided interest in SE 1/4 of Section 31; and SW 1/4 of Section 28; all in Township 4S, Range 6W. Gerald A. Neher and Lois R. Neher trustees of the Gerald and Lois Neher Revocable Trust to Doyle H. Neher. The trust's undivided interest in SW 1/4 of Section 28, Township 4S, Range 6W. Lyle E. Neher and Marlene M. Neher to Doyle H. Neyer. Undivided interest in SW 1/4 of Section 28, Town- ship 4S, Range 6W. Filed 5-14-03. Doyle H. Neher and Sharon Neher, to Deyle H. Neher and Sharon Neher, husband and wife, as joint tenants. SW i/4 of Section 28, Township 4S, Range 6W. Doyle H. Neher and SharonNeher, husband and wife, to Lyle Neher and Marlene M. Neher, as trustees of the Neher Family Trust, an undivided in- terest and to Gerald A. Neher and Lois R. Neher, as trustees of the Gerald and Lois Neher Revocable Trust, an undi- vided 112 interest. Undivided interest in SE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S, Range 6W. Lyle E. Neher and Marlene M. Neher to Gerald A. Neher and Lois R. Neher, as trustees of the Gerald and Lois Neher Revo~able Trust. N 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S, Range 6W. Gerald A. Neher and Lois R. Neher, trustees of the Gerald and Lois Neher Revocable Trust to Lyle Neher and Marlene M. Neher, as trustees of the Neher Family Trust. S 1/2 of S E 1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S, Range 6W. Lyle E. Neher and Marlene M. Neher to Lyle Neher and Marlene M. Neher, as trustees of The Neher Family Trust. S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 4S, Range 6W. Matthew L. Pierce to Faye J. Marting. Lots !,2,7,8,9, 10, 11, 12in Block 27, original townsite of the City of Mankato. And Mdtthbw L. Pierce to Faye J. Marting. S 1/2 of vacated Monroe Street on the North side of Lots I and 12, Block 27, original townsite of the City of Mankato. Alvin G. Surmeier, aka Alvin Surmeier, and Penny L. Surmeier, aka Penny Surmeier to Barry Alex ander. E 19 feet of the N 44 feet of Lot 28, in Block 38, in the original townsite of the City of Mankato. UMB Bank, N.A. as trustees of Dale R. Ainsworth, a life estate of Robert Randolph Ainsworth, and a vested remainer to Aileen Van Auken. NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 2S, Ran~ 6. ~,,~, From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Jewell County Extension Agent , Beyond duct tape Recent Homeland Security adviso- ries about duct tape and plastic sheet- ing spurred buying sprees and some late night jokes. Being prepared for emergencies isn't a laughing matter, though, said Mike Bradshaw, K-State Research and Extension health and safety specialist. Preparation need not be time con- suming or costly. A home fire drill is a good example, evaluating exit strat- egies and practicing escape routes takes only a few minutes. Investing the time can be a life saver. Here are some easy- to-do safety tips: Walk through your home or apart- ment, and ask yourself, "Where will I or my family be most safe ifa tornado, chemical spill, flood or terrorist activ- ity should occur?" Assess your risks and take steps to minimize them. Agree where to meet or check in alter an emergency. This step might seem ob- vious for families, but also is important for people who live alone. Invest in a battery-operated radio and flashligllt, and e~tra batteries lbr each. Keep them handy in or near the designated shelter area. Assemble a72 hour, or three day, emergency kit and adjust the following quantities to pro- vide for the number of people in a household: one gallon of water per person per day; nonperishable tbod, such as canned, cooked meats or fish, fruits, vegetables, crackers, cereal bars; snack kits, nonfat dried milk, canned or bottled fruit or vegetable juices. Choose food the family will like, vent bottled water, foods and other beverages from becoming outdated. A nonelectric can opener; utensils such as a knife, and utility spoon, plates. cups, bowls and eating utensils. Wet wipes, a roll or two of paper towels and toilet paper also can be beneficial. Prescription and over the counter medications for 72 hours, first aid kit, blankets or sleeping bags and a small tent, if available, change of clothes, including shoes and socks, coat,jacket or rain poncho, coffee can or other resealable container with candles and matches, extra pair of glasses, perhaps those most recently replaced, cell phone, an emergency list of contact names and telephone num- bers, identification; Some cash, copies of insurance poh- cies; household inventory; and immu- nization records can be helpful in an emergency. For safe keeping, though, store them in a water tight container in a secure place. The decision as to where to store emergency supplies, including lood and water, can depend on whether the shelter area is located in or near a home. Storing emergency supplies in backpacks, baskets or resealable totes can be helpful, particularly if the shel- ter area is not part of the home. Some emergencies, like a train derailment, chemical spill or a flood, may prompt evacuation of the home itself. Orga- nizing essentials before an emergency and being able to act quickly can re- duce personal risks when an emer- s, and insurance payouts. free web site busi- up to $182,000 plus per visit visit us on the program.com. Code 42790. 'ICARE recipients!!! New ~eelchairs or powerchairs )u, if eligible. Calltoday LODGE Home away from home" Ior term stay Adult day care se or Out-patient therapy Respite care 'r01essional nursing staff uiet environment Kan., (785) 439-6211 FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT Incentives Reliremenl Health htsm'ance Contact Bill Burgess or Phone: 785-378-3116 ics discussed at this meeting were come of area farmers and ranchers, androtateemergencyprovisiontopre- gency occurs. sizes. All steel for lasting value! Down hme service t meet yur buildingI We Print I needs. Call for free brochure. 800- 327"0790' Ext" 79 r visit ur web siteI Caps I CLOSED ......... at www.sentinelbuildings.com. Sen- .*.~'~ A" ~ ..... -~, tine, Buildings. ItSuperirPublishing Co.II on Memorial Day ~_~_~,~ ,,~, For quick results, use The Express 1{ 402-879-3291 II Monda , May ,.-.vM y26 ,nooservanceol[ . ' i'!k The Superior Memorial Day .nd B Gu ty St Bank Good Samaritan Heartla ank aran ate Center Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3241 Member FDIC Esbon 785-725-3663 Burr Oak 785-647-6621 , , ,_ ,., is seeking applications for part-time " , Belo t 785-738-3501 Toll Free 888-738-8000 Memo{, ~-9=t.; cook for evenings, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Midway Co-op Mankato Elevator Document Control Assistant Co., Inc. of Deshler, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for Control Assistant. position is to assist with the preparation and documents i.e. standard operating procedures, work instructions, and other controlled ;SUch as drawings and prints. Additionally, this position will assist their ~nd other dei~arbnents in the processing of controlled documents; an(] all areas of document control. ; is a clerical position and ~ incumbent must be PC proficient with :Preparation (Excel) and word processing (Word). requires knowledge and understanding of bill of ma~rials, bill of control or in a technical writing field Is desired A two year formal education i.e. Associates degree or the a technical field is also preferred. I~rtles who have the above qualifications should complete an ~PplicaUon immediately at Reinke Mfg. Co., Inc., 101 Reinke Road 2003. Reinke Mfg. Co., Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. H/F and to fill in as cook on 6-2 shift, one to two days a week starting 20-28 hours a week. For more information, contact Brenda Schoof, Dietary Supervisor at Superior Good Samaritan Center. 402"879 4791 %~t IJl~ss'~--afflb" ~ An Equal Empl0yment opportunity Employer M-F-Vet-Handicap CLOSED Monday, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day Farmway Credit Union _ 102 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3134 Cloud County Community College Extended Campus Classes Summer Specialsl All Cases Budweiser ' Budwe,ser Light While Supplies Last * 1 800i.o,uded J&L Liquor Located Next to Mankato Texaco Highway 36 Mankato, Kansas Central National Bank will be [ c-osEt) Monaa , =e I in observance of Memorial Day I Ift Member FD,-CI iIl,~l~.,q,,,,,. ~mm mm Iimml ~mm Mankato 78~ 'a7~a ~9 I .... N -'O ..... "" "" ..... agn nan Bank Formoso785-794-2211 Class begins on Tuesday, May 27 and ends on Tuesday, July 8 Burr Oak Register at White Rock High School with Penny Turner (785-647-6361) 30 minutes prior to the first class session. Cost is $48.50 per credit hour plus books and lab fees if applicable. Number Course Title Crs. Days Times Instructor SS 101 General Psychology (ITV) 3 T-R 6-10 p.m. Jolene Wirth Contact the Community Education Office at 1-800-729-5101 ext 370 First in Service to North Central Kansas www.cloud.edu [[~