"
Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
Lyft
June 9, 2016     Jewell County Record
PAGE 7     (7 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 9, 2016
 

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD T~uP3day. June 9, 2016 Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 1 t 1 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. 23-Recreational 2012 JAYCO Jayflight 29 RLDS, $17,500 OBO. Like new, extra clean, electdc awning and jack. MSRP $27,359. 402~794~.8 23-2~3c 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR Sale: 202 S umnli| Aw, Webber, Kan near LOvewell Lake, Completely remodeled. New plumb- ing, elecldC, heating, air, vinyl siding and winc~Ns. Comer lot with da- inched grange. 785-753-4098, 24-9-ffc 26-Notice DONATE YOU R car Io Oars for Elreas= Cancel and help F~ht breast cancer. Wa'll pick up your vehicle (running or not) and help w-~ ~tle-papenvo~. Taxcleducl~ole. 1-800-470-5156. L:~ 36 Thank you A HUGE "Thank You= goes out to arl our Cald Pady Kids! The 60th Cam Party Group Anniversa~ ceMbration was wc~'ldadul and wilt I;~ one of those Special lifetime memor~s for each of us. We all realize how much I~anning and work went into the per- feet event and we appreciate it mum I~an we can express. One of the spec~ memorieswas having so many family and kiends join in the festivi- ties. Thanks again. We love you all. Pat andDale Frahm, Twilla and Gent FrenchS, Helen Gebers, Donna and Darrell Jensen, Mary Ann Meyer, Bonnie and Lars Padersen, LaVela and Run Porter, Jo and Ken Schiermeyer. ~5-23-1 c Obituaries 1 i Cleo HUtgen CIcL~ Hiitgcn. g~. Mankato, died Sunday. Visitalhm was yesterday (Wednesday ~ From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Melby Mtmu.ary. Mankato, with vigil services held at'te~.ard at the motto- Funeral will be held at tO a.m. m- day (Thursday) at St. The resa'sCatho- lic Church. Manka[o. with Father Damian Richard*. ofikiaUng Burial will I~ ~ ,n Wmd~ Hill Cemetery. rural Manka', Merl Reed Marl L~an Reed, 7(t. di~ Friday at Bt,xislone Memorial Hospital in Su- !~ritw, The son -F Vivian (Clegg)and Ever ~1 Recd, he was horn April 29. 1946. in Bcloit. A li fek,ng residenl of.tewell Courtly. Mcrl grew upinthe BurrOakarca. He received his l-onnal education ,at Burr Oak -whoo Is.graduatingw/th the Cta~ of 1964. He continued his ed ~'ation at ~he vocational college in B luit where hc sludied heavy equipntent A veteran of l he Un i fed Slah 's A rm), Mcr .wrved his u~unt~ from 1966 out11 his di~- charge in 196g He wa~, united in mar- nage with Fern F;nggms on July 17. 1965, al the Meth~Mist church in Burr oak. Tltin uaitm ~'a~ blessed with twu o?ts. Michael and Malcus. Marl was employed for a tinz~ on com, truction, including working on bu,lding of the dam site Ik~r Glen E~der, Marl then began his career farming In the Btlrt Oat~ urea. He was a member of the Burr Oak Methodist Chun:h and the American I x'gion Po~, In his leisure lime he and Fem enjoyed atterMing square dances. He als- enjoyed coyote hunting, a game of cards wilh his family and friends and playin~ lx}ard games. Marl had a passim for music and enjoyed playing ffu~ accordion, however, this was an activity he preferred to pursue in pri- vacy. His gre~est Icy= and enthusiasm in life was for his family and he espe- cially treasorea their time together. Survivors include his wife. F ta; sons, Miehae I and Mama: three grand- sons, Derek, .lake and Jaclrn Reed. other relatives and frieud ~. His funeral was held Monday at Williams Funeral Home, Red Cloud, with Pastor La~a Beth Flicker offici- atmg. Interment with military hmmrs was at the Bun" Oak Cemetery. III Vi.~itors of Barbara Rrnarr Memo- rial Day were B~nnie Johnson Dakan and J ulie Johnson Stahla and husband. They were Barbara's g~,~sLs at the lo- cal care for lunch. A memorial service forLo.i ~e Ko~ will be held at the Bun Oak Commu- nity Center Saturday, from I to 3 p.m. Anyone c~ attend. Tuesday morning last week Bob Hines bought col'fee &nd roils for the early morning care patrons to celebrate his birthday. Wednesday Cliff and Glenny Barnes had eye aplmin taunts in Beloit in the morning. At noon they joined Cheryl Hiliman, .~erry Barnes and Brynlee Manning at a Mankato restau- rant for lunch. Mid afternoon Cliffan~ Glenny picked upthek g~.Lance Barnes, at the home of Jeff anti Diana Old and took himto his mother's horr~ in Juniata. They stopped in Hastings on the way home to do a liffle shopping and then stopped in Blue Hill to watch T-ball arm baseball games that their great-gra~sons Thomas, Rrmi and Koop~r O~d played in. The Bun" Oak Rre Department had its monthly meeting last Thursday. JL~'~t Barnes, Powell. Wyo,provided pulled pork for saodwiches. The rest of the supper consisted of chips, relish and cheese tray and cookies. Attend- ing were John Tucker. Cody Volker, Walt Wilson. Tom Harris, Cheryl Hillman, Jan, t[ Yelken, Tim Warner, Mike Harris~ Rick Harris. Steve and Tummy Cosand amt Jen'y Barnes. Cliff Barnes had an appointment early Thursday mmning in Red Cloud to see his pulm(mologist. He had a good check upaad is finally getting ~o cut tl~ &~sage on one of ~he medica- lions h has been on since last October. In the evening Cliff and Glclmy went back to Red Cloud lo watch great- 8 u.nddaughtets. Paisley. Olivia and Je~ie Old, play sohhall. Jetty Barues, Powell, Wyo and Brynlee Manning left early Friday morning for Marys','ille, where they mez with Nick. Kelley. Raefand Raegan Bunting, BiUing~. Mont to get set up to participate in the 2(116 Bit Blue BBQ They were also joined h) ('her) I Hillman and Jessica Barnes tauer m the day. Nick's family. John and Luanna Jackson, Virginia, Nab also drove down for some time with the group. Saturday the team of Gra+e Ex[gx2la- t k~.n ,:, turned in entries in 1]m four main ca,egorics in the competition, pork, chicken, ribs and brisket. At awards time they received a 7th place finish in pork. 6th place in brisket, I~h place in ribs and ! 4th place in chicken. Ov taff in the competition which had ,'~tCaniS participating, the Grat= Expectatior, team placed 6th. mig, dng 5th place which paid $,50[), by thr,;,e points. Peggy Wil~n leh Saturday tbr a week in L~|ngmonL Colo helping her daughler. I~ah ~tenkins, who will he having urgery this w L David =u~d Lori Barnes. Cliff and Glenuy Barnes. drove ~o Marysvifle Saturday in tim- to watch the aw;u'ds prc.senlattons at the 20|6 Big BIL~ BBQ, The) al~o were able to visit with Ctifr~, great nephew, Tom Baker. and ht~. ~ ~fe.V aleut, wholive in Mary w ilia and whu the)' had not ~en for many year.~. Aher the awanl cerenlony ~he four Bame~ dave m Clay Center. Kan to watch their grandson. Kyle Oral, pan,cipate in his first Jayhusket Kansas Real Estate For Sale - r. - , NI=W LI:~IING ~D5 N H~gh, gank,Mo la,ge kitten. ~b~e e~a. g ~,~e. ~.mshed i~s~ home ~ Eor:l~r I~ h,3:[. U[ ~.#lez.t kLIl~E, fl.gh~l,r1100f k.~f ~.~e/'e- 'lpg~tgdB~ 31 1 acres wdhl~ llb'~e JaunOl~. double ear ~raOe. f~t~l wod~hop. 0U~u~l~gSan,:l~p ~'4 m,le.~.T,0~lhof Maies~c ~.slcq. 6 :.~i llJ/.~. ,'1411 bed room h DaUB ii ~ll~la~ ready to h~ ~.sl'~d ~D~ d~ire! NSw roof, udnd0*~. ~it- rag, ins~lu~io~. AC' and 2 ken~ wa- ~'r healer, si~g y~l :l~ ht e .~ma~i& llankalo b be i~,~d Ready =, be >~Jt gugee~ P~0me' ~ ~ f~XW'rllaS-IOOTI. 2 balh homeCharmi;llg 4 bed-~l~i' let with wslk.m closet and ,em~l. eled bMh. Eal,in k~'~. ~L Ma~a~ detached garage 4 ci~ bls G~ 'ramil~ ho~t Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate Beloit. Kan 67420 l,~ ,r ~:i~r,L~.o. ,r 785-738-2010 t ir, ,~ta.r,' ,m ~lap Lq.q pWp! I~'L~ " ,'L?|" ,Urt-~t' Jl~t~tPIl'~, l-llH www.zautt[on-palate.com l~hotah l~'itrm, 7,~3-.~78.3~ racing competition of the season. In heat one Kyle s~urted in 5th place and Fmisl'aMin secood.ln beat two ~staned on the pole position and won~ In the ~alure race of 12 cars, Kyle started in eSth posititm and worked his way up to third before dropping back lo finish in 5th, Overall Kyle and his pit crew, Jeff Ord. were happy with the rune because of having the two previous years bedisappointing. Also attending the races were Diana, Kasey. Katie, Paisley, Jerzie, and Remi Ord and Durra Buschkoetler. The annua! community worship service was ]', ld m the Burr Oak Com. mtmity Center Sunday rooming with approximately 65 in attendance. Jon Harkness opened with prayer and 6"~:n turned the service ova to Van Bradley who carrie to provide singing arm in- spirational message. After an offering was taken, Rod Rose had a brief mes- sage. Following the service a potluck lunch was available for tho~ who at- tended. Summer ball games continue to fill up Cliffand Glenny Barn~' s~,mmer. Sunday evening they dmveto Franklin to watch two ~11 games and ore softball gang. The Red Cloud teams won all three games. Monday evening found the Bameses in Red Cloud where they watched two softball games, Tues- day evening they retu.mtd to Red Cloud to watch T-ball games. Fureral was held for Marl D. Reed at Williams Funeral Home in Red Cloud Monday afternoon. Met l died Thursdtay du~e 9. 2016 THE SuPERiOR EXPRESS 7B "~"9. O, f / g. '4 f I, ( t Membe mottheJewell Pligh .School Classof 197T whoaite~ded their 451h year class reunion were (from Ieft) Nick Keiss, Mamha (Wdlmeth) Bad sch. Melinda (Headrick) Rose, Belly (Bourbon} Harding and Grog Wdsom after a long illness. He is survived by his wife. Fern. two sons, Michael and Courthouse News Marcus. and grandchildren. Marl J~ellCaunt-,] graduated with thgClass of 1964 from B~Jrr Oak High School. ARer serving time in the military he returned to farm with his paints. Everett and Vivian Reed. Twila Morris ceMhrated her birth- day by buying the drinks at the local care Tuesday rooming. Besides ~gu- lat patrons. Pal, line and Junior Mills, Kathy and Tim Robm~n, x,~re i~ at- tendance. The Millses and Robinsons were in town to attend the Monday afternoon funeral ~rvice for Merl Reed. [last week) Linda C lemons. Bandon.Ore,came last Tuesday evening for a week visit- ing family and {riersJ,~. Linda was a hou,se guest ofClitTand Glenny Barnes. Wednesday Cliff and Glenny Bame.~, Bob Hines. and Linda Ckmons had lunch together at a Mankato n~- tamant. In h-~ evening Cliff and Glenny attended asofihall game in Blue Hill to watch great-granddaughters, Paisley, Olivia and Jerzie Ord play for the vis- iting Red Cloud team. The Red Cloud lram won the game with a scum of elgven to ten. The Burr Oak-White Rock Alumni Banqt~ was held at tile Burr Oak Commnnity CenterSattaMay night May 2g, with 99 alumni and guests attend- ing The theme "Life is Better on the Farm" was evident Ihrouehout the building with table decor'ations of Mason jars filled with various flowers, including the ever identifiable Kansas sunflower. Homemade quilts and old kitehen utensils, sad irons and candles were also part of thedecorations. Mary Foley. John and Pare Ganaan, Gayna Sc hoenrock, and Cindy Adamson were organizers for d}e2016 banquet.Gloria ~'hlaefli will bechuin'naa for 2017. A complete story will I~ in a later trillion of the paper. Nick. Kelley and Raef Burning. Billings. Mont arrived a| the home or cheryl Hillman Saturday mghl. J'erry Barnes, Powell. Wyo and Rattan Bunling, Billings, Monl ard veal curly Sunday morning. The Buntings and /err}, are staying 1he week here and Saturday.will paxticipate in a barbecue compettt|on iu Marysvill . Accidents May 5 around 5:15 p.m. wesLon Q Rd at Jewe]l County Feeders [nc Guy Cash, Mankato, was backing up in his 2003 Dodge Ram pickup when he hacked into Robert Dean. Mankato, 2012 Chevy Silveca~o pickup which was parked rigM behind him. Accident worked hy Millias. May 7 around 7:20 a.m, on P Rd Chasity Mohler, driving a 2010 Chevrolet was driving wes~ ca P Rd. whe~ she swayed to avoid hitting a dee'r and lost cont~I of her vehicle and hi~ a solid racial pole on the side of the road.Accident in vestigatedhy M illia-~. May 10.around 10:lSp.m atmile- posl 36 on Hwy 28 and 50 feet was1 Myriah J~:obs, Mankalo. driving a 200 t Pontiac. was trave|ing west when a deer running from the north to the south ran out in front of the vehicle. J acobs could nol avoid hitting the deer. Accidem investigated by Stuart Vance. May I~ around 1:lSp.m.on Grand St 51)0 feet east from K{4, Joel Kemmerer, Jeweil, driving a 200"/ Dodge pickup, pulled oul of a drive- way not seeing a Chewo|et p~ckup registered by Mark Wi| mn, M~ka~o, and hit the rear driver's side doing minor damage. Accident investigated by Jacobs. May 12 a~)und 7:3U p.m Terry Slick, Mankato. was driving a 199[, D~ge ~t on US36 at N 13D Rd when a deer ran out and hit his driver front fender, Ac ident iovesligated by Wanklyn. May 13around I ! a,m. Rex Fisher, Esbon, driving a 2008 Chevrolet, was on 50 Rd 25 feet south from T Rd, and traveling north oft 50 ~ whru he fell sleep, drifting 1o the righl offth road then went totlm leh going offthe mad into a ravine coming to rest at the bottom. At.'cicknt inves~tigated by Stuart Vance. May 13 around 4:25 p.m in Kier's parking tot seven feet .south from E. Jefferson in Mankato, Semnia Rice, Coarlluad, drtvmg a 1996 Old~mobde was traveling nunh out ~]f Kier's park- i~g lot when Na~')' Hau.~ m. Mankato, dr, xing a 2(X)8 Buick buck*.~ up into Need a hack issue of this r:rCV,spa- per or a currenl copy of the newspa- pers p~blish 'd al Court]a-hal, Bcllrvillc. Dcsh|cr, Hebmn, ed Cloud and Nel~m. th-cy are available at The Express ol'- Ftce. Rice. Accidenl investigated by Sluart Vance. May 14 around I i:30p.m.onBirch P,d. 50 reel west from I~0 Rd, Austin Shipman, Superior, driving a 2(1,03 Dodge was heading east on Birch Rd when four deer were standing in the middle of the mad. Shir~an ~ied ~o m iss deer but over on'~cted aad ended up rolling vehicle, with the vehicle eud~tf up in the north bound ditch facing weal. Accident investigated by Sluafl Vance. May 17 arotu~ 9:15 p.m. onHRd 50 feet east from 160 Rd Rowdy Goos, Jewell.driving a 1999 Chevrolet. was traveling west on H Rd when a deer ran o m in front of his vehicle f~m the .'~ulh heading north. He could not avoid hitting the deer. Ao.'h.lent inves- ligated by Stuall Vance. May Ig around noou on KI4 0 5 miles south from K Rd, Dwane Rzce. Jewell, driving a 2005 Chevrolet, was north h~und when the driver blacked m,l. then woke when he hit the guard rail and 11",en traveled 27.6 feet along the guard rail. Accident inv~tigated hy Jacob, {uae 2 arom~l 1(1:3[) a.m. on K Rd .25 miles east fR, m |72 Rd Ray Newman, Concordia, driviug a 2005 Buick, was lyaveting weal on K Road going up a hill and Pruiu Jeffrey, Banmrd, driving a 201 I Ford pickup, was tlaveling east on K Road when they met at the top of the hill. They noticg-M Ihe) ~ere c~os to each other. They trio-'0 t*0 miss each other but the trailer tint un the trailer 1hat Pruitt leffrey was pulling hit Ray Newman driver ft~mt feuder and driver door. Accident investigated by Wanklyn. PasWre Cksai Pasture tr, Y clearing Post hole drilling Genere/dirt or lot work Snow retu~d Rodney Payne, 7a5-54~5141 CLINIC POSITION OPENING Superior Physical Therapy, LLC is accepting applications for a Physical Therapy Aide. Administrative Assistant Dales include a variety of patient care related and clerical aclivities S12+ Ixr hour depending on education and experience - Guaranteed 40 hours per week 5% r "vsIi ai . mulching retirement I I -=17---"--" Please submit name. address, telephone number, education, I heranv employm =t history and references i - - - -~ rw to superiornept@gmaiLcom BJ Gardner, MFr |17WThird, Supezior, Neb. ;~-T, Iris bacterial soft rot chaxactextzed By Jenae Ryan~ Post Rock Extensiou District Bacterial soft ml of iris causes a smelly and slimy rot of the leaves and rhizomes of iris plants. Leaves often separate easily from the rhizome. Heavily infested plums may die Though mosl often a ss~-iatcd w iLh ins bor~F, environmental damage can also provide an entry point for this disuse. Rhizomes that show exLensive signs ofdantage should hedi~arded. [t there is a plant that has special value, you may wish to try to save iL. The Amefl- 'an Jns Society suggests using a slxma to remove all inf~tt.~ tissue. Then MIow the rhizome to dry in the sun. Finally, use a chlorir, based cleanser tn Ix-,','der the w0tm~. Dousing in place with Dial anLibact ~ial soap (wilh triclosan) can be substituled for the chlonne based ciea.aser. When dividing rhizomes from t~s that have shown evidence of.soft rot, disinf c~ the knife betweenculs of even apparently healthy rhizomrs with a 10 peg'ent bleach solution or ruhhing al- cohol. As men lioned prevmusly, iri~ h,rer damage can provide a pla~'e of enid for this disease 1'o control iris lx~rer remove and discard dead lea~c~ ]n the fall Io eliminate a number of the trt~ borer eggs. Larvae cm~ ;xt~ be killed by hand in June by squee/,uF inI~.-,tcd leaves in the vicCinitv (ff the ll|.ltlr} During division, h~rer~ in Jiginlx in fasted rhizomes can be kdled by pok- ing them with a piece of wire. B,rcr control can also be achieved throngh the use of imidaclopnd (Merit Baye~ All-In-One Rose & Flower Care. Bonid Systemic Granules, Hi-Yield Systemic Insect Granules). lmidacl~dd should be used as a drench when the air lemperature reaches 7(} degr~L,s two days in a row, As always, b sum lo read and follow the label dir ct/ons for all pesticide ~todt)cts. .m :' I I.- I,"I OFFICE IUPPLIE$ m .1 SEEKING APPLICATIONS The Good Samaritan Society-Victorian Legacy is seeking applications for: Full Time-Part Ttrne-PRN Universal Worker, Medication Aide Certificate preferred but will train. Please apply ontine at good-sam.corn or for job description contact:. ~~S(;(XK,| Shelly Mohler. AL Manager Samaritan s e OC]C~ Super!or, Ne 68978 VR' mr I.~.~ I,~n~cY 402-879-3099 I - . I All qualified applicants wilt receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or pmteded veteran status; Drug Testing : -. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Brodstone Memorial Hospital is currenUy seeking to fill the following pus{lions: Central Supply Technician - Experienced preferred, bul willing to lrain the right person * Respiratory Thera#st - RRT registration is preferred Nurse Assistant - Enlry level Ce~ific~tion I~eferred ,RffiI.PN - C (FuIHime) Floor positions. ff you are a candidate Interested In any of Ihese po~itions go to our ~r Contact Jeremy LittreH, HR Direct~ Br0dst0ne Men~rlal hospilal PO Box 187 Suped0r, NE 68978 40~-879,4432 ext 274 i fiRe:ddeafiall Ag~ic.II:r'I, ~ - Comrn ~iat Title Insurance / -E~tOw & CIo.Lng i Title & Lien S~ord~,-Ab~T,~ ts1 1 eal Title has the Nuckolts County I ocumenls o[ l=nd pat,:nt,~ tr~m I -ttome~,l o~5 Io t~, p~es nt. I / DEAL Title LLC I 354 N, C~r~mer ial Superior, Neb, I 1 Phone 402-879-4341] ~, idealtitle @ yahoo, com~/ i I I Envelopes Bumness Cards Lar#e or ma// * Flyers Announcements Sale B,IIs Carbonless Forms ForA//Your Stat,onery Computer Stat,onery Pr/nt/ngNeeds. * Invitations * Continuous Forms Programs Graphm Demgn Brochures Superior Publishing Co. Ill E. Main Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3191 or 148 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 I