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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 17, 2003 III ~~~ D M ahaffy Waldean Hooper Expressand Obituaries July 7 at the Smith County Memorial Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 ale kate, and Karol and husband, Pat Hospital, Smith Center. Bonicamp, Wheatridge, Colo.; 10 He was bom on March 14,1917,in David Dale Mahaffy, the eldest grandchildren, 16great-grandchildren;Smith Center, the son of Charles Wil- liam and Ads Mac (Barrett) Hooper. or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or son of David and Viola Mabaffy, was a nephew, Darrell Warren; nieces, He graduated from Smith Center 111 E. Main in iankato to place your ad bomSept.2, 1906, on the family farm Deloris Burton and Dianne Warren, High School in 1937 wherehewas an five and one-half miles northeast of who lived for a time with Dale and ? Buy! No money )lication feel Local 24-7 at 800- or email me at net. Inc., Become a certified pipe Earn top pay in )ur salary mailing our ~nec- op- supplies provided. Pay- Call 1-708-808- sharp out- US rep- fashion and news training Daily-weekly- guaran- 89. Call today- jobs- Pub- Now hiring up to or summer and training for and information. 800- P357,8 a,m,-11 p.m.- Audition in Nashville, h Labor Day. 30 companies. 615-890-4839. For Sale cookware• dinner parties! • piece, seven- stainless steel sets left! Were $2,000-now for 16-29-1 p tomatoes, new pots- beets, onion, sum- Price's Produce a0d 402-879-3340. 16-29-1c and 1/2 - five and guisher Ave., Superior, 16-29-2c buildings, arch-style style. Numerous and ready to 5qui- 800-369-3882. 16-29- lc With electric pump, 1,000- 16-28-2p 402-225-2105. 16-24-tfc reatment needs, delivery, call Culligan 16-24-8c of office chairs. Co. 16-26-4c | CATTLEMEN: stocksalt ~ound bags. 402-879- 16-49-ffc All brands of soft- 800-544-9092. 16-2-ffc DirecTV system, Access 225 plus TV quality picture and offer. 800-217- HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer specializing in custom built acces- sible house. Tax credits may be avail- able. 800-383-9090. ALL STEEL buildings. Straight-wall and arch. Factory direct for $200 to $500 below any bid or we'll send you a check for $200! Call 800-973-3366 or 10g on to www.premiersteel.org. SAWMILL-S3,895 NEW Super Lumbermate 2000. Larger capacities, options. ATV accessories, edgers skidders Visit our web site at www•norwoodindustries.com. Norwood Industnes, 252 Sonwil Drive, Buffalo, NY 14225. Call 800-578- 1363, Ext. 300-N for free information. STEEL ROOFING-building materials. Galvanized steel starting at $32 per square, painted at $42. Call for cata- log. Western Metal . In Kansas: Hays -800-770-2725 or Louisburg- 800-489-4100, Statewide delivery available• HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!! Kayak Pools is looking for demo homesites to display our proven (70,000 plus customers) Maintenance-free Kayak Pool. Save thousands!! Call now at 877-529-7625 or visit us on the web at www.kayakpoolsoftherockies.com. POOLS! POOLS! we're clearing out 31X19-foot fmily-sized pools with sundeck, fence and filter-only $829[ 100 percent financing! (WAC) Instal- lation arranged. Homeowners, call! 800-852-7946-limited area• 22-Vehicles 1991 FORD RANGER pickup, top- per, chrome wheels, bad transmis- sion, As is $1,500 or best offer. 402- 257-3405. 22-29-2p 1982 CONVERSION CHEVROLET van, brown and tan. Air, locks, auto- matic, cruise, tilt, new battery, mile- age-87,320. Call 785-378-3835 after 1 p.m. 22-28-2p and Rlmflng STEEL SIDING Brands "Shutters • Roofing INSURED 1994 FORD F-150, club cab pickup 2000 MOUNTAIN AIRE, 38-foot mo- tor home with V10 engine, slide out, washer and dryer and all the goodies. 402-773-5360. 23-29-1c 1975,15-FOOT STARCRAFTtri-hulI, 50 HP Johnson with factory trailer.. Don Johanson, 607 N. Commercial, Superior, Neb., 402-879-4082. 23-28-tfc 1999 TIGERSHARKjet ski and trailer, new, high performance impeller, five life jackets, adult and child, vadous accessones-$3,600. Call Ron, late evenings, 402-879-3312. 23-27-4c 1981 15-FOOT Deckette Pro boat, 115 Evinrude engine and trailer, low hours. $1,850. Call Ron, late eve- nings, 402-879-3312 23-27-4c 1974 DODGE motor home. 402-879- 4113. 22-21 -fie- 24-Real Estate CABIN AT Lovewel! Lake for sale. Call 402-879-4 ! 41. 24-29-3p NEW, 2,100 square foot home, three bedrooms, 31/2 baths, all appliances, blinds, drapes and vinyl siding. Priced right at $84,000. ($40 per square foot). Ready for your lot. 308-370-Home. 24-28-4c SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647,5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-ffc NEW HOMES starting at $30,000, zero down, payments as low as $170 per month. (principal and interest) Call 308-370-Home nowl!! 24-28-4c Mankato. He died on July 7, 2003, of complications from hip surgery, at the Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato, Kan., at the age of 96 years, 10 months, and five days. Dale attended grade school at East Union School, Washington Township, and graduated with the class of 1923, from Mankato High School. He also completed acollege preparatory course. His ambition was to attend Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, but due to his father's poor health he felt he was needed on the farm. He was very proud of the fact that seven members of his family attended there. Dale marriedTrevaWarren on'April 24, 1937, in Concordia, Kan. They started their married life on a farm northeast of Mankato. To this union three children were born, Gilford Lee, Twins Kay, and Karol Lynn. In 1941 they moved to a farm just north of Mankato .where they lived until they moved to town in 1989. On Sept. 26, 2002, Dale and Treys moved to Jewell County Hospital Long-Term Care. Dale was baptized as a young child in the Presbyterian Church in Mankato by Rev. McKee. This church was dissolved, so the family attended the Mankato Methodist Church. During the Rose Tabernacle Crusade, Dale committed himself to Jesus as his Sav- ior and became a member of the Har- mony Methodist Church. Dale was an a'gtive member of the church, sewed as lay leader, conference delegate and sewed on the board. Dale spent all of his life farming. He planted his first wheat crop when he was in high school and his last at the age of 82. He raised hogs-for 50 years 26-Notice OKLAHOMA HUNTING showlll Okla- homa City;, Okla.,Friday-Sunday, Au- gust 22-24. Booths for guides, outfit- ters, retailers, archery, hunting sup- plies, blinds, feeder. Seminars hourly. For space call Hue at 405-943-3800 or log on at www.oktacklehunt.com. PLATTE RIVER Accretion off 1-80 at Gothenburg, Neb. Excellent deer, turkey and quail, duck habitat. Water and had a dairy until the children,a~ere ,,...._out o£schooi. D~e was never happier than when he was on his tractor. He lo~'ed the farm. Dale enjoyed the many trips he and Treys took with Gil and Carlyne. He especially enjoyed the trip around the world in 1970 with Gil. Dale sewed as township trustee and assessor, was Republican CenterCom- mitteeman and was 4-H leader for a number of years. He was preceded in death by his Treva when they were children, and a number of other relatives and friends. Services for David Dale Mahaffy, were Thursday, July 10. 2003, at 10 a.m. from the Harmony United Meth- odist Church, Mankato, Kin., with Pastor Laura Fricker officiating. Mu- sic was provided by Twins Seirer, organist, Shirley Wood, pianist, and Pastor Laura Fricker and Wayne Fogo, vocalists. Pallbearers were LeRoy Moser, Charles Wame Colson, Dwane Nichols, Richard Thompson, Bob Murphy, and Arden Blaylock. Honor- ary casket bearers were Bert Diamond, Richard Diamond, Jon Menhusen, Delbert Stevenson, Lyle Reece, Bob Switzer, Don Snyder, Bob Parson, Bill Lange and Raymond Lange. Interment was in Mount Hope Cem- etery, Mankato, Kin. Memorials may be made to the Harmony United Meth- odist Church or Jewell County Hospi- tal Long-Term Care. Melby Mortu- ary, Mankato, was in charge of ar- rangements. (Paid obituary) Elmer Rank Elmer F. Rank, 87, died July 10 at Abilene Memorial Hospital. He was boru June 25, 1916, at Ran- dall, the son of Franklin and NeRie (Russell) Rank. Elmer was a graduate of Randall High School. On July 26,1945, he was married to Merle Mueller. The early years of their married life were spent in St. Joseph, Me., where he was em- ployed by American Electric, transfer- ring to Salina in 1956. They moved to Abilene in 1959 and purchased the E&M Motel and Restaurant, which they operated until retiring in 1981. He also drove a school bus many years for USD 435. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the Army Air Corps in England. They had spent 27 winters in Apache Junction, Ariz. He was a member of the Faith Lutheran Church and was a life member of the VFW. Elmer is survived by his wife of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Steve Reynolds (Suzanne), El Dorado; Mrs. Joe Basso (Ellen), Abilene; three grand- sons and four great-grandchildren. with Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- and sports recreation. 826 acres in parents; a brother, Don; a sister, Eliza- Services were Monday at Abilene sion.402-879-3501 or402-879-3925, six parcels. Agri Affiliates, Inc. Logon beth; two. grandchildren, Samuel. Froth' Lutheran Church with PastorWJ. $3,000. 22-28-ffc at www.agriaffiliates.com or call 308- Charles Selrer and Patricia Bomcam.p. Friedricks officiating. Interment was - 534-9240. He leaves to mourn has passing, his in Abilene Cemetery with military HOSKINS AUTO ~ wife, Treva, of66years;ason, Gilford honors. Danner Funeral Home, Lee and wife Carlyne, Arvada, Colo.; Abilene, was in char2e of arran~e- ~ c--~n- two daughters, Twana K. Seirer, M?- ments• ~ S le= DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE 36-Thank you Belleville, Kan. A LOT THANKS SO very much for the cards, Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Nab. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-ffc 2::3-Recreational HONDA BEST ON EARTH TRX 400 Rancher $5,399 Garbers 402-729-2294 23-29-1c visits and help I received while recov- ering from eye surgery. Clara Ruttman. 36-29-1c WE WISH to thanK'our family, neigh- bors and fdends for all the prayers, cards, flowers and gifts, food, visits and concern that we have received during the past few weeks. A special thank you to Dr. Leibel, Dr. Anderson and the Brodstone Memorial Hospital staff for the wonderful care Dab re- ceived. Thank you to Irvin and Pastor Dan for the prayers and visits dudng this stressful time. May God bless all of you as you have been a blessing to usl Dab and Steve Troudt. 36-29-1p Monkato Livestock Commission Co., Inc. We will have a Livestock Auction on I Friday, July 18 at I p.m. I Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984.9545 Jon Russell, Fieldman. 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785.545.8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785°374-4277 Cattle Sales every Friday Slaughter cows and bulls at 10:30 a.m. Feeder cattle at Noon SPECIAL FEEDER SALE, FRIDAY, JULY 18 I For more information or to consign call: Salebarn at 785-527-2258 or Barry and Angii Kort, owners at 785-527-2870 I USD 104 SCHOOL BUSES FOR SALE By Sealed Bid: Two buses (1987 and i i outstanding athlete and was proud to be a member of the only undefeated and unscored on team in the school's history. He attended the University of Kan- sas for one year on a football scholar- ship, then transferred to Fort Hays State College where he won a football schol- arship which enabled him to continue his studies. He received a degree from Fort Hays State in 1941 and began a teaching and coaching career which spanned 30 years. Waldean and Lydia Lucile Mannering were married May 8, 1 94 1. Willy served in the U.S. Navy from 1944-46 during World War H and after his discharge, he came back to Smith County to teach and farm. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son, James Arthur; brothers, Earl and Harold; sisters, Inn Fischer, Freda Copp and Irma Brown• Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Lebanon; a daughter, Mrs. Ben Finch (Karol), Colorado Springs, Colo.; a son, Keith Hooper, Lebanon; a brother, Marvin Hooper, Smith Cen- ter, three grandchildren; and one great- grandson• Services were Saturday at Simmons Mortuary Chapel, Smith Center, with Dennis Lambert and tlie Rev. Les Ellis officiating. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery, Smith Center. Simmons Mortuary, Smith Center, was in charge of arrangements. I Courthouse News 1988), Chevrolets, 47 passenger models with 366 engines. Sealedbids due in the Board of Education office by noon on Friday, July 18. Any or all bids may be rejected. Further information available at: USD 104 Office = 203 Grand Esbonr Karl. 66941 * Phone: 785-725-3222 J Jewell County - Accidents July 3 at approximately 5 a.m. on Webher blacktop (RS337) five miles south from Nebraska state line, Even D. Ross, Webber, driving a 1994 Chevrolet, hit a the deer. Accident investigated by Baird. Damages over $5OO• July 8 at approximately 10:02 p.m. at milepost 207 on US 36 3.5 miles west from K-14, Lewis D. Lawelle, Herrington, driving a 200~ Honda hit a deer. Accident invegtigated by Westgate. Damages over $500. No injuries. July 8 at approximate~fl 1:10 p.m. on Diamond Rd. 1.8 miles east from K- 14, John R. Turner, Superior, Neb., driving a 1995 OIds drove into T inter- section and was not able to stop and drove through intersection. Accident investigated by Westgate. Damages over $500. July 9 at approximately 12:20 a.m., "at milepost 247 on K-14. Michael Turner, Superior, Neb., driving a 1993 Mercury, was heading north hit a deer. No injuries. Accident investigated by Alley. No injuries. Damages over $500. July 13 at approximately 9:15 p.m. at milepost 204 on US 36.5 miles east from K- 128, Susan M. Andersen, Lex- ington,Neb., driving a 1998 Chevrolet, hit a deer.Accident investigated by Westgate. Damages over $500. Lim|ta~:! Civil Jewell Grocery vs. Karl Matson. Probate In the Matter of the Estate of Bupha A. Slate, deceased. Order for hearing and notice to creditors. Marriage License Bryan Charles Kniep, Superior, Neb., Sharon Kay Shiner. Superior, Neb. Trsfflc Estelle Reynolds, Jewell, improper passing school bus, fined $359 and diversion. Jerry E. Michels, Oak, Neb., speed- ing 77155, seatbelt violatiom, fined $167. Daniel J. Christian, Atchison, speed- ing 84/60, fined $185. Nicholas J. Wurm, Cuba, MIP, 48 hours in jail in Republic County Jail, 20 hours community service within 30 days, driver's license suspended fog 30 days, fined $459. SamanthaW.Walker, Hardy,Neb., speeding 66/55, fined $96. Jason L. McKay, Moundridge, speeding 7.0/55, fined $120. James Burnham, Chicago~ Ill., speeding 80/65, fined $119 suspended forfeiture. David J. Brown Jr., Formoso, speed- ing 77/65, seat belt, fined $111. ShawnaD. Dempsey, Irving, Texas, speeding74/55, fined $144. Trent J. Boehner, Glen'Elder, fail- ure stop at stop sign, fined'S119. Bay Adkins, Chatham, Va., speed- ing 55/30, fined $195. When ~,ou don't have self-rising flour, add I 1/2 teaspoons baking pow- der and 1/2 teaspoon salt to each cut of regular flour. Coaching Employmept Opportunity For the 2003-2004 School Year &~ ~j~ Manka.to USD No" 278 r '~ Positions available: _ ,~=j~e' JIJ-Iigh School Assistant Girls Basketball Junior High School Head Girls Basketball Junior High School Head Boys Track High School Golf Applications can be obtained at the District Office, 301 N. West Street, Mankato, Kin. 66956 These positions will remain open until filled USD No. 278 is an equal opportunity employer - |1 i i I ii i fi i ii Co tjAuction 10~0a~ Natimal Guard Mn.t=to, Kan. Counts include lots of f Tdtur household, antiques and co]]ecfib]e lawn and garden equipment, horse related items, vehides and tractors Oaeck out next wee~ pal~ lbr o~olete sak biU Murr~, Auctioneer. ?Ir>378-3586 • 785-~ ,/ l al I I 888-260-1400 Mohler RENT downtown. One apartments for handicapped. included (except For Prompt Removal Of Dead Cattle and Horses Please call Frank at: S&S By-Products: 1-800-919-8360 6 Day Service 7 Day - 24 Hour Free Removal of Cattle Phone Service $50 Charge per horse Frank & Cindy Swendroski - Owners and Operators - Hastings, Net). Agent for Nebraska By-Pr0ducts - Lexington, Nob. One and Two Bedroom Apartments Available Ridge Congregate Apartment Complex provides a secure, comfortable and style for those who want to continue their independent living without the and upkeep that a house requires. Our service package includes a.U utilities, daily, basic cable T.V., weekly housekeeping, fiat linen service and grounds The Wilde Ridge Apartment complex is located behind the Superior Good Idaho in Superior. Tours of the apartments are available on request. SOmeone you know would benefit from congregate (independent) living please Cox, Administrator at 402-879-4791 to answer your questions. Wilde Ridge Estates L~; The Superior Good Samaritan Center DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Boy -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mall us at davegunshop@neken.com 180 children in the Jewell County Schools need you to help them enroll in school by supporting the Do for I ung Scho/ars program IX~NAlION DitOF-O~ PO1NI& State Exdtange Bank, Mankato, Karl• Central National Bank, Mankato, or Formoso, Ka~ Guaranty State Bank Esbon or Burr O~ K,~,~ Randall Brane.h of the Jamestown Bank, gandaU, Ka~ Jeweil County Pmish, Mankato, Kan. (~t ~ p~Jt to NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of FORMOSO CITY will meet on the 7th day of August, 2003 at 7 p.m., at City Hall for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available at the City Hall and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2004 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. Funds Gelaoral Fund l.ibrarv Pond Inlxor~ NO Fund Warrant ~q~al Highway ~_~p• p~rks and Recreatimt yVater Utility I Sewer Utility 5olid Waste U~ftv TOTALS Le~: Tramfers Net Expenditures Total Tax Levied As~,u=d Valuation Outstanding Indebtedne~ G.O. Bonds Revenue Bonds No-Fund Warrants Lease Purchase Principal Total Prior Year Actual Actual Tax ~ditures Rate* 21.041 49206 3_O81 14.R0~ (! noon 884 L0~I 4O 14.60 - 9.724 - 3.3OO 56,047 64•147 0 s&o~7 188.380 ]=nuary 1, • 2001 01 1,715 I 2OO3 Current Year Estimate of ExL~enditures 31.9o0 4.409 O 0 43O 19.375 3.300 3.300 66#48 66..648 11.887 183.934 Actual Tax Rate* 40 .&~ 15_1&~ I fl_flOO (1.000 64.626 ~ot.~ ~d~. 2oO4' J_ Amount of Est. 2003 Ad Tax Expenditures Va[orem Tax Rate* ~.&~2 9.4137 ~ 5.312 2.780 15 FD~t 13 fl fl_flf~ 0 0 55 0 28.675 0 ~o.00o "/ 3.800 0 [ ~02,0s2 0i 179.661 67.883 2002 211113 ..... 0 .I - Ol Elaine Watson, Clerk