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, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 5, 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 For Sale S, lettuce mix and mix at Price's Produce and 402-879-3340. 16-23-1c MOWER, Craftsman, 12.5 , $400; Garden tiller, 6HP, 20-inch front tine, snowblower, 24-inch, two- L $200. Call 785-428-3332.16- SHIPMENT of office chairs. g Co. 16-22-4c CHICKEN: Enjoy oddness. Takin i orders fresh or frozen, picked 05. 16-16-tfc :ESS from $12.95 a contact Pierce Elec- 785-428-3601 or call 1-800- for a local agent. 16-10-tfc CA1-FLEMEN: stocksalt 50 pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-tfc All brands of soft- Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc tK GIFT certificates, useful for now available at The Ior Express. 16-40-tfp vinyl letters make making a snap. Have yours cus- made by Superior Publishing Phone 402-879-3291. We also signs and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp SUPPLIES in stock or will order. Superior Publishing 16-20-tfp WANTED!H Kayak looking for demo homesites our proven-(70,000 plus Maintenance free Kayak now! 877- or visit our web sit at )oolsoftherockies.com. TWO-ROOM DirecTV system, Two months free ~ing! Access 225 plus TV Digital quality picture and rotted time offer. 800-217- BUILDINGS sale!!! 5,000 plus value! Down- ~servJce to meet your building :all for free brochure. Sen- 800-327-0790, Ext. o9 on to our web site at s.com. buildings. Straight-wall direct. $200 to $500 any bid or we'll send you a for $200. 800-973-3366 or g on the web!t! We Print Cards Publishing Co. ~91 NE LODGE Nursing Home "home away from home" for or Long tern] stay. Adult day care or Out-patient therapy Hospice Respite care ~ssional nursing staff environment Jamestown, Kan., (78~i) 439-6211 Selective and Roofing AND STEEL SIDING Major Brands Replacement Windows Shutters Roofing !ESTIMATES - INSURED Installation arcial New Construction Free 888-260-1400 and Judy Mohler the positions: Ultimate Gamer's,Championship June 2003 10 am At Crest Theatres 106 E. 5 St., Superior, NE Prize Money Based On Number of Entrants maintenance preferred Part-time or Full-time and or Mammography preferred t 7 p shill shift staff positicns delivery call only opportunities shift staff positions Week-end only positions or ,me to: stone Memorial Hospital 520 East 10th SUperior, Nab. 68978 402-879-3281 r Employer 23-~ AAA POOLS! warehouse clearance on 31x19-foot family-size pools with sundeck, fence and filter-only $829! 100 percent financing! Installation arranged! Homeowners, call now! Toll free! 24 hours a day, seven days a week! 800.852-7946. HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer specializing in custom built acces- sible housing. Tax credits may be available. 800-383-9090. NATURAL LUMP charcoal. Do you know what's in your charcoal? Try ou r natural hardwood charcoal! BBQ Spe- cialties, Inc., Grafton, Neb., 68365, 402-282-7264. 21-Feed and Seed NEW NK 5418 (x418) medium matu- rity concep-cruiser bronze grain sor- ghum seed in stock. Cruiser advan- tages over GauCho: Not as hard on the seed as Gaucho; needs less mois- ture to activate-seven times more water soluble than Gaucho; better crop emergence; better stands; longer lasting control; 7.9 bushels better yields. Cruiser controls wireworm, seed corn maggots, white grubs, flea beetles, corn leaf beetles, chinch bugs, corn rootworms, and southern billbugs. Also, NK Trudan 8 Hybrid Sudangrass-the only sudangrass low in prussic acid and is an excellent feed for horses and cattle. Bargen Agri-Builders, Route2, Superior, Neb., 402-879-4881. 21-23-2c BIG-ROUND alfalfa prairie hay bales. Also, baler twine and net wrap for sale. 402-236-8618. 21-19-6c 22-Vehicles 1993 CHEVROLET S-10 Blazer, Tahoe LT, two-door, four-wheel drive, burgundy, power windows, locks, cruise, tilt, excellent condition. '402- 364-2207. 22-23-3c 1989, 2-door Grand Prix with moon roof. Asking $950. Call 402-756-1656 (after 6:30 p.m.) 22-23-2p HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SA VE A~t OT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22- lO-tfc 23-Recreational 1973, 21-FOOT HOLIDAY camper, new refrigerator, water heater, uphol- stery and awning, very clean. 402- 879-4082. 23-23-3c 1974 DODGE motor home. 402-879- 4113. 22-21 -tfc 24-Real Estate TH REE-BEDROOM home, two baths, two-car garage, fenced in back'yard, 100x140-foot lot, located in Edgar, Nab., $15,000 or will consider your offer. 24-23-4c SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses -for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-tfc 36-Thank you THANK YOU for the cards, gifts and calls that made our 50th anniversary so special to us. God bless each of you. Kenneth and Donna Hansen. 36-23-1c THANKS TO Dr. Leibel and all staff for their care at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, It was appreciated. Ralph and Theda Kleck. 36-23-.lp Jewell Co. Memories | 100 Years Ago W.J. Collie sold a half interest in his confectionery business to Boyd Runyan. District court adjourned until July 13 on account of the floods. Buildings from Topeka reached Kansas City and set Armordale on fire. J,D. Robertson's bank, Kansas City, had water six to l0 feet deep. The Union Pacific lost 90 bridges from the floods. John Perry tells of the Buffalo, the Marsh and the Cheyenne uniting near Jamestown, flooding the countryside. 80 Years Ago The Jewell Post Office was moved to its former quarters i,n the s~ of the Citizens State Bank building. B.M. Palmer is the postmaster. Elmer Steinhower and Iden Chilcott, Esbon, were hauling cobs together in the evening. They went swimming in a pond near Esbon. Iden could swim, but Elmer could not. Iden saw Elmer bobbing up and down it{ deep water and swam to save him but was so exhausted when he,reached Elmer he could do little to help. Elmer grabbedIda n' s back, pulling them both down. Idcn finally gave up and swam to shore and went for help. The body was shortly recovered and three doc- tors worked several hours to restore consciousness but their efforts were fruitless. He was about 19 and was a me tuber of the Esbon graduating class. lden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Chilcott. The Mankato Methodists are going some in their efforts in a friendly com- petition to rally more attendants at Sun- day school than Jewell Methodists can scare up. They used an ad across the page of the Monitor last week, but the rainy day cut down the attendance. Jewell is now 132 ahead with three more weeks to go. Both schools have passed the 300 mark. 60 Years Ago Seven men reported for induction: Max Craig, Esbon, Bernard Bartcher, Lebanon, John Scott Jr., Mankato, Garold Stone, Formoso, Raymond Wildman, Jewell, Merle Holmes, Man- Reinke Manufacturing Company, Inc. Is seeking an Individual to fill the position of Technical WHiter. The candidate's duties will include: developing, writing, and editing owners manuals; parts manuals; service bulletins; installation instruction and other technical or admin- istrative materials for the company's irrigation, trailer and chassis products. Will layout and draw illustrations for reproduction in refer- ence materials, brochures, and technical manuals dealing with as- sembly installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of company products. Requires a thorough knowledge and understanding of production methods, engineering concepts, technical writing, graphic arts, and verbal communication. Equivalent to 2 or more years of college (Business Administration, Drafting, Graphic Arts or Engineering/ Technical field is preferred. Excellent cohaputer skills are required. .The ideal candidate will have an agricultural background and profi- ciency in AUTO CAD. Pro/E Design software experience is preferred. Qualified t:andidates respond immediately to: Reinke Manufacturing Company, Inc. PO Box 566 Reinke 101Reinke Road MO,E R~GH7 mAN ,A~ Deshler, NE 68340 Equal Opportunity Employer $10 Entry Fee BeThe Best Of The Best Brought to g0u bg: flnders0n Computers li Electronics Game to be announced the day of the tournament. Free for the public to attend! Anyone 12 And Under Must Have Parent's Signature. Pick up registration forms at Anderson Computers & Electronics, 119 S. 13th St,, Hebron, Majestic Theatre, Hebron or Crest Theatres in Superior. For more information call 768-6556. kate, and William McDilI, Jewell. Federal employees get one holiday a year during war time and that' s Chri st- mas. The rural mail carriers made their. rounds on Memorial Day, as usual. Carol Oplinger was to be the bride of Max Bourbon on June 6. She was honored with a number of showers. Mrs. W.E. Hoffer and Mrs. Lyle Hoffer were hostesses of a tea towel shower for Carol. The tea towels were hemmed during the afternoon for the bride to be. The Montrose YWCA installed of- ricers: Mrs. Frank Dempsey, president; Mrs. Roy Keeler, vice president; Mrs. Frank Dugger, secretary; Mrs. Pearl McCorkle, treasurer. A dainty lunch was served following the installation. Daily Vacation Bible School began at Formoso Community Church. Be- cause of the gas and tire restrictions, not as many children enrolled as in past years. 40 Years Ago New Jewell County Historical signs advertising the museum have been placed on the west and east edge of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Menhusen re- ceived their bachelor of art degrees at Kansas Wesleyan University on June 3. Jerry Murray was hired as principal of Plainville Grade School. Ethel Peters Glover was the oldest graduate attending the Mankato Alumni dinner. She was a graduate of the class of 1900. The annual Ross reunion was held at Webber in the church basement. Fifty attended. K.B. Ball, owner of Gambles, Man- kate, advertised a Coronado 15 cu ft. freezer, $178.88. Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Gillett, Burr Oak, entertained in the State Room of the Student Union, KSU, June 2, with a luncheon honoring their son, Dr. Dewey Gillett. 20 Years Ago Hills Incorporated added a tree moving service to their operations at the Hills Ranch southeast of'Mankato. Dave and Mary Fullerton are the new owners of Frontier Oil, Co., Man- kate. The Scheurman-Best Trucking Co. purchased the Magill trucklines head- quarters in Mankato. Albert'Love is the manager.- Ken and Kay Garman graduated from Cloud County Community Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Totten, Ionia, were to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at the church annex in Ionia. 10 Years Ago Lance Lippold and Jon Terpening played taps for the Memorial Day Ser- vice at Mankato. The Jeweil County Ambulance had been on 102 runs for the year, almost as many as last year's total. Robert and Edith Love were hon- ored on their 40th wedding anniver- sary, which Robert, with the help of daughter Patti and her,~ friend,.L0ri Richecky, planned ~,a surprise for Edith. Forty-three friends attended. Andrea Burgess placed first in the 3200m run at the state track meet. Mankato pool was to open May 29, with or without sun. The 1943 State Basketball Champs were in Mankato for their 50th year reunion. Those present were Bob Johnson, Dallas Diamond, Wilbur Gates and Jerry Bales. One Year Ago A cover is being added to the patio of the Jewell County Hospital., Jewell County Commissioners re- viewed the report on road and bridge damage by the heavy rains. Ask EnviroMike Dear EnviroMike: l'd like to learn more about envi- ronmental pollution in my area. Can you help me find this type o fin forma- tion ? Signed, Inquiring Mind wants to know Dear Inquiring Mind, I'm glad to know you're interested in what's happening in "your" envi- ronment. Where we llve can affect our family' s health for better or worse. So it' s always good to be aware of what's going on around us. The national Environmental Pro- tection Agency operates a Web site, Envirofacts, that can help you find out about hazardous wastes, water pollu- tion in streams and contaminants in drinking water. It can even help you find out what kinds of chemicals and toxic materials are being released, used, stored or transported from facilities in your area. With Envirof~cts, you can learn more about these environmental activities, or you can generate maps of environmental information. Superfund is a program adminis- tered by EPA that locates, investigates and cleans up the worst haz~dous waste sites th roughout the United States. With Envirofacts, you can determine if there are any Superfund locations in your area. Do you want to know if there is a hazardous waste site that's part of a Superfund cleanup effort in your area, or ifa facility in your area has reported hazardous waste activities. Do you want to know detailed haz- ardous waste information for large- quantity generators of hazardous waste in your area'/This Web site can help you answer those questions: http:// oaspub.epa.gov/enviro/ ef_home2.waste The Envirofacts Web site also has links to help answer water-related questions. Do you want to find compa- nies that have been issued permits to discharge their waste water into rivers in your area? The following Envirofacts site has links to help you answer your waste water-related questions: http:// oaspub.epa.gov/enviro/ , ef_home2.water Do you know that different disin- fectants usedto "clean" our drinking water produce different types or am.ounts of harmful by-products? Fed- eral regulations have been established for those by-products to protect your health. This site has Kansas-specific information that was used in 1997 and 1998 to help establish those drinking water standards: http://www.epa.gov/ enviro//html/icr/state/KS.html And, if you want to know the current stan- dards, or acceptable levels for these by-products in drinking water, visit: http://www.epa.govlenvirolhtmllicrl regulations.html The Toxics Release Inventory con- tains information about more than 650 toxic chemicals that are being used, manufactured, treated, transported, or released into the.~environment. With Envirofacts, you can determine which facilities in your area of interest have reported toxic releases to the air, wa- ter, or land; injections to underground disposal sites; and transportation from their sites to other locations. To find out about toxics released or transported from a facility in your area, go to: http://oaspub.epa.gov/enviro/ ef_home2.toxics It's risky to go out on a limb~hut that's where the fruit is. God provides the armor, but we must put it on. Rt. 1 Box 53 Jewell, Kan. 66949 785-428.3679 Greg Wilson, owner Rock Jr. and Sr, High 4th Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2002-2003 Fourth Nine Weeks Principal's Seniors: Jeanell Tucker, Kerry Waugh. Sophomores: Angela Garman, Nicolas Mizner. Freshman: Chelsea Windmuller. Eighth grade: Rachel Duffy. Sixth grade: Shelby Broeckelman, Tanner Peroutek. Honor Roll Seniors:.Edn Garman, Robyn Konen, Sheree Kriley. Juniors: Lauren Jeffery, Benjamin Krause, Maggie Michels. Sophomores: Megan Boyles, James Garman. Freshman: Brant Beam, Stefanie Sawyer, Jason Shipley. Eighth grade: Nathan Gardner, Stacie Sawyer. Seventh grade: Matt Boyles, Anya Thompson. Sixth grade: Taylor Finnell, Kristi Frasier. Honorable Mention Juniors: Malanie Kriley, Burgandy Sophomore: Stuart Boyles, Kayla Duffy, Christopher Hancock. Freshman: Tyler Cline, Stephanie McEntee. Seventh grade: Cody Marihugh, Jordan Michels. Sixth grade: Nicolas Gardner, Kendra Kriley. Second Semester Principal's Senior: Robyn Konen, Jeanell Tucker, Kerry Waugh. Junior: Lauren Jeffery. Sophomore: Angela Garman, Nicholas Mizner. Freshman: Brant Beam, Jason Shipley, Chelsea Windmuller: Eighth grade: Rachel Dully, Stacie Sawyer. Sixth grade: Shelby Bmeckelman, Tanner Peroutek. Honor Junior: Benjamin Krause, Maggie Michels. Sophomore: Megan Boylas, James Garman, Chnstopher Hancock. Freshman: Stefanie Sawyer. Eighth grade: Nathan Gardner. Seventh grade: Matt Boyles, Anya Thompson. Sixth grade: Taylor Finnell, Knsti Frasier. Honorable Mention Juniors: Malanie Kdley, Burgandy Scharff. Sophomore: Stuart Boyles, Kayla Ouffy. Freshman: Tyler Cline, Stephanie McEntee. Seventh grade: Cod,/aarihugh, Jordan Michels. Sixth grade: Nicolas Gardner, Kendra Kriley. i / Obituaries Frankle Hawkins Frankie Floine (Clark) Hawkins was born Sept. 24, 1921, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Clark at their home in Burr Oak. She died April 7, in Tracy, Calif., where she lived. She was the seventh of nine children born in the family. Her siblings were William, Edra, James, Mary Lou, Keats, Mittie, Irma and Bernard. Still living are Mittie, Republic, Me., and Irma and Bernard, Tulsa, Okla. She married Ormond Hawkins in 1949. To this union were born four children, Norma, Frank, Laura and Sandra. Norma Zeer and Frank Hawkins reside in Tracy, Calif.; Laura Camenzind in Valley Springs, Calif., arid Sandra Baird in Idaho Falls, Idaho. She had 13 grandchildren. She graduated from Burr Oak High School in 1939, and the Research Hos- pital Nursing School, Kansas City, Me., in 1942. She was a Navy nurse, mem- ber of the Eastern Star and the Burr Oak Christian Church. BlUle Kitts Billie O. Kilts, 83, died May 2'/at Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care. He was one of seven children, born to Charles Elmer and Mable (Gilmore) Kitts, April 23, 1918, at Rio Hondo, Texas. Billie and his family moved to Ot- tawa where he attended grade school. He married Doris Lee Johnson on Oct. 20, 1945.. Billie was a railroad section hand, before he joined the United States Army and served during World War II in the Robert Beeler Robert Arch Beeler passed away Monday, May 19,2003. He wasborn in Kansas City, Me., June 17, 1922, and was raised on the original Beeler homestead settled by Fredrick Beeler in Jewell County, Kansas. Robert attended elementary and high school in Beloit, Kan., and gradu- ated from Beloit High School in 1940. He attended the University of Kansas andtheUniversity of NewMexico. He was a veteran of World War II, Robert married Juliette Virginia Williams, Kansas City on Feb. 26, 1949. During the course of his business career he raised cattle, farmed, and later entered the travel business. He retired in 1984 from his career in the travel industry. As International Director of People to People International, traveling to 54 countries overseas, he received, in 1980, the Italian Citation, World Friends Italia, and a corresponding ci- tation from Seoul University, South Korea in 1981. , He w as a member of the First Math - odist Church, Mount Vernon Masonic Lodge No. 147, American Legion Post No. 57, Sigma Chi Social Fraternity, Rotary International and a past mem- ber of many travel organizations in- eluding ASTA, SKAL/IATA and AOPA. Robert's hobbies included music, travel, flying and cruising. He was a gift to his family and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Lester Scott Beeler and Wilma R. Beeler, and by a grand- Army Air Force as a camera technician son, Joseph Bradley. and photo lab technician. After the Robert is survived by hiswifeof54 service they lived in IdahobeforeBillie years, Juliette Beeler, of the home; and Doris Lee started farming in Jew- daughters and sons-in-law, Nancy and ell County near Montrose. Billie was Robert Perry, Patti and Mike Mann, a farmer. He was a member of the Diana and Bill Winslow, Juliette and Montrose United Methodist Church. Scott Bradley; son and daughter-in- He was preceded in death by his l aw, R. Scott and Dabble Beeler; eight parents; four sisters, Delores DeWald, grandchildren, Christian and Austin Betty Campbell, Bonnie Sutton and Bradley, Tommy and Bobby Beeler, LaVeta Kitts; and a brother, Robert Chris and "Becky Mann, Chad Perry, Kitts. Jana Del Valle and her,husband, Rob- Besides his wife, survivors include art, and great-granddaughter, Morgan. two sons, Robert, Crown Point, Ind., A private service for the family and and Melvin, Anthony; a daughter, Jo inurnment of ashes was at Johnson Ann Unrein, Russell; a brother, Forest County Memorial Gardens, Johnson Kitts, Ottawa, and five grandchildren. County, Kansas. A celebration of his Funeral services were May 31 at life wasMay 21,2003, at the Sheraton Montrose United Methodist Church, Hotel and Convention Center in Over- Mankato, with Pastor Terry Mayhew land Park, Kansas. officiating. Military rites were per- (Paid obituary) formed by United States Army Honor We Print Guard, Ft. Riley, and VFW Post No. 7830,Mankato. Interment was in Balch Caps Cemetery, Formoso. Melby Mortu- ary, Mankato, was in charge of ar- Superior Publishing Co. rangements. 402-879-3291 Rt. 1 Box 53 Jewell, Kan. 66949 785-428.3679 Greg Wilson, owner USD #278.Mankato Jr, and Sr, High Honor Roll 2003-2004 Fourth Nine Weeks Second Semester Superintendent's Superintendent,s All-Academic All-Academe Seniors: Angela Jansen, Kyle Seniors: Angela Jensen, Kyle Lawrence. Lawrence, Moriah Wagner. Juniors: Jenna Bleecker, Ericka Juniors: Reba Ubbett Melby. Sophomores." Jason Ftavin, Sophomores: Jason Flavin, JennaLee Harris, Sasha Roe, Elizabeth JennaLee Harris, Sasha Roe, Elizabeth Wilson. Wilson. Eighth gradei Brandi Jansen, Eighth grade: Brandi Jansen, Autumn Cassaundra Ost, Robert Wilson. Loomis, Crystal Mitchell, Cassaundra Seventh grade: Shaun Davis, Lara Ost, Robed Wilson. Neilson. Superintendent's Seniors: Tiffany Jensen, Casey Newell, Moriah Wagner. Juniors: Nicole Jeffery, Reba Liggett, Shawna Robbins. Freshman: Jessica Eaton, Heather Ost, Jessica Sudermann. Eighth grade: Nickolas Bedford. Seventh grade: Lara Nellson. Fourth Nine Weeks Principal's Seniors: Brandy Burkhart, Andrea Cortez, Daniel Eilert, Markus Heiser, Ross Jeffery, Jason Lamp, Bethany Melby, Royce Morrell, Felicia Peters, Jason Stewart, Chase Warner. Juniors: Codney Alexander, Clara Collins, Andrew Pumphrey, Gayle Wilson, Gregory Zadina. Sophomores: Amanda Black, Tanya Buser, Sara Christie, William Dauner, Stuart Jensen, Melissa Morrell, Nickolas Newell, Joseph Ranstead, Tamara Roesti, Meghan Wame, Jennifer Waugh, Jeremy Waugh. Freshman: Perry Colson, Tracy Everhart, Cortney Jeffery, Jared Nelson, Jason Nelson, Eric Ost, Trenton Webb. Eighth grade: Adam Badger, Tanner Bartholomew, Aaron Melby, Abby NeweU, Chyla Stafford, Alan Wagner, Dustin Waite, Steven Walker. Seventh grade: Bret Colson, Cody Eaton, Neal Jeffery, Ashley Morrell, Karl Neilson, Joshua Sudermann, Britainni Tarr. Second Semester Superintendent's Seniors: Tiffany Jansen, Bethany Melby, Casey Newell. Juniors: Jenna Bleecker, Nicole Jeffery, Encka Melby. Freshman: Jessica Eaton, Jared Nelson, Heather Ost, Jessica Sudermann. Eighth grade: Nickolas Bedford, Autumn Loomis, Crystal Mitchell. Second Semester Principal s Seniors: Brandy Burkhart, Andrea Cortez, Daniel Eilert, Markus Heiser, Ross Jeffery, Jason Lamp, Royce Morrell, Felicia Peters, Jason Stewart, Chase Wame. Juniors: Cortney Alexander, Clara Collins, Shawna Robbins, Gayle Wilson. Sophomores: Amanda Black, Tanya Buser, Sara Christie, William Dauner, Whitney Hurd, Jaci Jeffery, Stuad Jensen, Melissa Morrell, Nickolas Newell, Joseph Ranstead, Tamara Roesti, Meghan Wame, Jennifer Waugh, Jeremy Waugh. Freshman: Perry Colson, Brooke Diamond, Tracy Everhart, Cortney Jeffery, Jason Nelson, Eric Ost. Eighth grade: Adam Badger, Tanner Bartholomew, Aaron Melby, Abby Newell, Alan Wagner. Seventh grade: Patrick Christie, Brat Colson, Cody Eaton, Neal Jeffery, Karl Neilson, Joshua Sudermann, Britainni Tam i I i , ,i i i