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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD '--T- i, Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankatoto place you=" ad. II 12-Livestock S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- mo~tal of (toad cattra and horses. 11 800.919-8360, f 2-35-1fc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Thursday. A~gust18,2016 FOR SALE: Winchesler gun and of- r~ sa~s 402.236.8619 16-2-ffe MILEAGE BOOKS toe sale f~qn Su- perior Publishing Co. Help k~mp track o~ travel eu,~ermes f~the I.R.S. 16-.38-tlp ~RTABLE OXYGEN Co~rarete~ May Be Covered by Meaicare. Re- claim independence and mobility with the compact design and long-lasting battery of Inogen One. Free inforrrm- lion kit. Call ~'0-731-1968 ~6 21-Feed and Seed FOR SALE: Small square hay bares, twine-ti~l- Call 402-879-5100. 21-33-2p Mankafo, Kan. Phone 785=534-0262 cell. 12-3-tfc 23-Recreational - 14-Sale Calen-d-ar FOR ~LE: 1984 Comfort 5th wheel SUNDAY, AU~L2-21, ~1 N. Webster, Camper. Needs some work. Can sell with 1989 Ford pickup with 5~ wheel Red Cloud, staring at noon. Selling hitch installed Call 402=621-O411 real estate and trailers, tools, lawn = 23-33-Ip mower ar~l many shop items for ll~e Jo~nLukasEstate Mordglorno~Auc- 24 Real Estate tion and Realty, Guide Rock, Nab in cha~ of sale 14-,31-~ WEDNF .~DAY, SEPT 7, 210 E 6th St Supet~r, Nob. Rea~ estate and personal property auction for Hulda "Honey" Schaaf. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Action, LLC in charge ot sale. 14-29-7p SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, beginning at 9 a.m fret Haray, Nab go south tour miles te Birch Re and two miles weal tO sale site. Selling tractors, farm equipment, 4-whaelen 1996 Fo~d Crown V~etoba, Cast iron imple- ment seats, (Dye, tools ann miscella- neous farm supplies, househt~d ap- pliances and furniture for the Donne KinlighTrostNo. 1. Becg~erandflou- ray Auction1 Service in cha~a of sale. 14-32-5p SUNDAY, SEPT. 1 t, National Guard Armory in Smith Center, Kan. S~}Ing ant ~lUeS, collectibles, colnsandmuch more, possibly two rings. Selling f~ C~er~Imann Family. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge oi sale. 14-';=0-17c WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, starting a~ 6 p.m. 101 W. 3rd St Lawrence, Net~. Real estate and persooad prop- erty: 2014 Chevrolet pickup, guns, lawn mower, appliances, f~ m iture add household ilems Ior Ihe Herman Martens estate. Beaker and Bouray Auction Service in charge of sale. I4-22-4p SATURDAY, SEPT. ~ 7, West 15~h St neat Lost Cmek, Supedor, Nab. Se~ing shop equipment and 1eels for the late Richard Wiltord. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC, tn charge of sale. 14-32~p SUNDAY, SEPT '~8, starling at noon in Lawrence, Neb. Selling Chloe bee. room home 1992 Chevrolet $10 pickup, 200 be J1 buckles, JD toys and memorabilia, guns, colteclibles, tools in l household items for Sharon Pallas. Montgomery Auction and Re- arty in charge of sale. ~4-3P-5c SATURDAY, OCT. 1, West 151h St near Lost Creek, Superior, N#~, Seli- in~ real estate, antio~es, co~libtes and hou~Gehold items for the late Ri. chard Wilford. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC, in charge of sale. t4-32-8p SATURDAY, OCT. 8, Community Center in Red Cloud, Nab 9 am Selling 144 IDle o~ clocks. I.Jve and internal bidding wilh proxibi~, for the Goet~l Estate. Montgomery Aoetion and Really in charge o4 sa~e 14-3~-9e SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 33 N. Walnut St,Re~l Cloud, Nab ~ta rting =noon. Selling 20t I FIS0 pickup,2002 GMC pickup, JD60 create-r, guns, tools, cob lectibles for the Leo Goebet Estate. Montgomery Auction and Readty in charge of sa/e, 14-32-9~ 15-Opportunities BECOME OlUTARY manager (aver- age annual salary $45,423) in sigh1 months - online program offered by Tennessee College o~ Applied Tech- nology Elizabethton Detai~s www teateliza~thton.edu 423-342- 3977; small LLsa.Blackburn@ tcatelizabethton edo. 15 TRAIN AT HOME now I~in a ca- reOr in healfl~care~ compute~, ac- counting and m~e OnlLne career training HS dip,s. GED and com- puter-intamet needed. 1-888-926- 6058 TrainOnlineNow.com 15 16-Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: Electrk~ fryer: boils and steams up to 14 lb. turkey. Cookout Co used once. inclu0es all accesso- ries. $40 Honda electric start, serf- charging, self-propelled, 5-speed mower with mulcher and bagger, t t~ years Old, $650. C~d~lla's heavy duty 15-mch istky blaster, $20 40~-639- 8706= 16-31 -fie r FOR SALE: Three bedroom eoont~ home on paved mad near So, riot, Nab, 402-879=3805 24-33-3e HOUSE FOR Sale: ranch sty/e hour~, thr~ bedroom, two bath, ~11 base- ment, attached garage, detached 14x20 garage. Good location ~n Byren, Ne~. Call Kevln at 785-527.3439 or 402-236"-88 ~ 9 and leave a message. 24-37.-3 25-Mobile Homes LENDERS OFFSRING $0 down for landowners. Roll your new home and land impn~vemer~ts tale one pack- age. Discount national pricing on Breeze [I ~b~.ewide and our Ann~ve~sary sing~ewide. Trade-ins welcome, 866-858-6862 25 26-Notice LUNG CANCER? And 60 years old? il so, you and your tamily may be enlitled to a significant cash award. Call 800-542-4434 to learn more. No risk. No mon0y out of pocket. 26 11TH ANNUAL U.S. 36 Treasure Hunt, Sept 16, 17, 18. Anliques and garage sales- St Francis to Elwood. 40Q miles across Kansas. Details about maps and listings, www. us~wy36 com 26 30-Musical Instr. 3OTH ANNIVERSARY piano sale. Register for prizes including 50' TV, iPadr GoProc~mera and free(S3,000} piano. Verticals sta~ing at $686. Grand pianos from $2,488 Payrnen~s from ,~t9/mo. Mid-America Piano+ Manhattan. 800~950-3774, www. 36 Thank you A GIGANTIC tl~ank you to the 117 tr,ends who .~5~ tt Cards tot the OeC~- s~n of my 901h 0irthday, and to the other 25 who stopped by wdh gilts and prayers or ma0e phone calls. [ was amazecl every lime I g~t the mail and found greetings from so many fronds, and realized how lucky I am to be remembered. God bless you for your kindness, and I'l~always ream'n- bee you all Lorraine Reaps 36-33-1c Obituaries Randy Gait R~dy StewardGarst,6(L died Aug. 5 at Stoneyb, n~k Health and Rehah ia Manhattan.The son of James and Letha (M~llin) Garst. he was tx~m .luly 22. 19.56. in Cor~ordiu, Randy graduated tram Franklin (Neh.) High School in 1972. His faln- ily moved to Maaka'~o in 1973 where he worked various jobs t~k~l~ h~ en~ t l~d Ihe Army Natinnal Guard on Jan 9, 1976~ He was honuraht~ di.~'harged Oct. 6, 1981. He married Lillian EaMiItan in 1977 and this marriage was later dissolved. In 21K15. Randy mar- tied Audra Hanson. They later di- vorced. Randy imwed t~ M aqhanan in 2010. Randy enjoyed life. H was a free spirited individual who ell joyed listen- ing tt) music, the Otlt&~rs and time with FAmily and friends. Survi~ or~ i lv.: h,~ hi ~ pa~'a~ts, J ames and, L.etha Guest. Mankato: fi,~e neph- ~.~: tbur nit~'es: eight g~at-nephe v,'s: and live great-niec ~: a,~ well as other t~.mily and frientts. He ~as pre,c~ed in death by a sis- ler. Teresa Guest. Service~ were held at 1(1:30 a,m. ye.~erday fWedne.~dayi a* First Bap- ti~', Church, Mankalo. Htnzorary pall.- hearers were Stephan Saathoff. Chris- topher Saathoff. MichAel Bauer. Miles Eaner. Scan Saadtoff and Skyler Saathoff. A private burial ft~r family will heat a later date. Metby M~wtuao', Mankato. was in charge of arrange- menc~. www.agriaffiliales.com Colburn Farm-Webster County 80 8 160.3 acres for sale south of Blue Hill, Nebraska This is a quality combination farm with non-i rrigatcd cropland, pasture, and hayl and. Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984.7744 (402)519-2777 ~j Pictured are woorw Mammoth bones re ove '~d in the dig led by Matt Christopher Aug. t3 on land [n northwest Jewell County. Curneotly on display at the Burr Oak Community Library is an assortment of skulls from the colleetio n of Grace McNichols. MeNichol s, a Burr Oak native, is sludying biology and chemistry at John Brown University in Stream Springs, Ark. She has been collecting, cleaning, r@pair~ng, and painting s~ulls and bones since she was a tod~ler. McNicho~s was asked why she has what appears to be SUCh an unusual hobby for a young gid her replywas "why not?" ,1 I P~ www.agriaffihates.co m -~ [N I)ER ( "()NTR.-~('T Johnson Pivol- 155.75 irrigated acres tbr sale in northern Clay County, Nebraska INDER ('()NIRA('I Webster County Combination - 3 ] 8 79 acres for sale east of Red Cloud, Nebraska There is still good demand for cropland, pasture, and recreational property, Contact us to discuss listing or auctioning your property! Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984-7"/44 (402)519-2777 Thursday. Augus118 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Sonny Johnson and his family stumblec[ onto the wooly mammoth bone while ~they were ~shed hunting" in n~rt~em Jewell C~unty. mosaic patterns ,m younLz leaves. In- Post Rock Answers 8y Sandra Wick, P~t Rock Extensicm l~odnce~ are gearigg up to plant their 2017 wheal crop alx>ond north central Kan~s! Po.~uce~ ~]~.y don't li$; the m l~tit~n of volunteer wheat. but you can always tx~unt on it rearing its ugly head, Volunteer wheat is a fact of life in wheat production a,d no combine is pert'eel, st~ then: is usually plenty of ~r~in left ~m the ground in the field It> pr~v, lace volunteer Volunteer wheat can .~erve as a host for insects such as the wheat cur] mite. Hessian fly, greenbug anti the h~rfl cherry-oat aphid, along with di.~eases such as w heat streak mosaic a=zd barley yellow dwarf. Wheat streak mosaic. spread hy the wheat ciirt mite. i~, the least imponant lhreal from volu,~teer wheal. The w~at can be infected with the wheat stre~ ,irns in the fall or in the spring with tail infection most impact- ing theyield.Adult and i ntmat~:e wheat cud mites are tiny, white,cigar.shaped organismswith four legs near the head. They a 'e nearly invisible to the rmked eye and fit betweel~ the veins of the wheal leaves. Eggs are placed in rows al*0t~L: Ieal x cats. 3 he mites reproduo.' nRI-M rapidly a~ 75 t~ ~,5 degrees. Re- production Mops at lempeL'-al0re,', Jlear freezing, huz the: mite~ can survive for several months al near freezing tem- I~l'm~res and for several days at zero. Under good cond, itiurts, a Genera- lion can becolnpleted in 10days.Most mites are found on the terminal i ~ve~ and move to e~h new [eafasit i'~rges, Heavy mite ix,p~,tlatioas can cause the leaf m~cgin~ to nftl or curl inward. hetlU~ the nalne, An the wheat ptanl dries dora. the wheat curl .rites con- gregate on lip: flag lea~'es dud ell~rI~l"]t the ghqllC~, of the head ~h~.~-e the.~ are picked up by wind c-urnent~ and carri~ to their over summering era h~,~ax. incltalinG '~'olunteer wheat, corn and ; = few olher grA~.~'-S. A.~ xumn~er ho.~s slart to dry down the rever.~e pr,~:e s occurs amtd mites are carried by winds to heal)' emerged winter wheal. The mo t .~evere wheal streak mosaic is found whet volun- teer wheat provides a "gree= bridge" through the samnter between ~ttcce - siw wheal cro~. Hail during the head- inG period can als~ lead to high over- summering populafLenS by knocking heads e~ntaiaing wheat curl mites to the gn~und and sinning early ~o~u~- tee~. This early volunteer can 1hen be immediamly infested with wheat curl mites, Look for yellow streaking or feCtL'd plants are stm,ed and tiller Ix~rty and tille~ may sometimes he prostrate on the ground. On average. Kansas prt~luce~ io.~e 10 million bushels per year to Ihi~ disease. Control nfvolumeer wheat is the best del'en~ agai nsl the w heat .streak mosaic virus. If the volunteer is ;till alive~ ~r worse yeL ttying when new wheat i~ emerging, pests and di.~asc~ will likely move from the volunteer ,xheat d~- ret'tly into the new wheat S~m~e ~orst ca~es of wheat streak atomic.in pasl years, were in fields whez vtdl|nteer was sprayt~d s~mn after the ~,hear cn~p was planted A~ the volunteer slowly died from the herbicide the v,'heal curl mites moved into Ihe einer~:ing v. heat and spread the wheat ,Creak ~.'I I'LL~, ti'l Ihc plants, Voluntt~r wheat can Ix; de',inL~ ed by either convention al tilh~ge orby u~e el'chemical s t,r a combi nat nm of ix,th. Destruction of volt,leer wheat at least two weeks prior tt~ plantmg Wintc'T wheat in the fall i~ the most effective management practice I'vr contr~dling the wheal curl mite and the tliscaxe Ihal Remits Batsman was the lucky winr~.er of Ihe quilt giver~ away during the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Altar Society roe Cream Social held recently m Esbon. The quill was made by Delilah Pate. %(~"q'll lady Wol kel~;M.~~fi:dHe~ith~,:~'e Pr ~Ni~on Bee.ear, M. D .L~ Modlyn Dunston, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kromer, A.P.R.N. Bryon Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute ]aperient core. Swan0 beds, Outpaflenl care, I:~OiohJcs. Hospice, Creslvue Coffees Ap~drnenfs, 24 Hour Emergency ~oom Diagnostic LobOrC~ary, D[g~al Rodiolouy. EKGs, CT Scone, MRI~ Hotter Monitoring, b-~ress Testing, Venous end Cc]totict Doppler Stories, Echocordic~roms, Anr~ol Health F~ir Porlictpont, Women's Health Clinic ~ Ken Be HeolffW C~inic Rehabilitcdion Diot:~fic Eductotlon, P~ysicol Theropy, Speech Therapy. Occupofic~ol Therapy Jewell County Hospital - Providing o ~eflclly, coring environment Servtng our patlenls and communily JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CUNIC 102 South Center, Monkoto. Kan. 66956 705-378-351 I NOtUR$: Mondoy, Tuesck]y, Wedner~rf, ]hurSclay JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL aa.m.- Noon. 1 - $ p.m. 100 Cresk, ue, Monkato, Ken./~5q56 Farley - 8 o.m. - Noon 7~%-378-5137 it vector. Avoiding early planting can also redes wheat cud mit nUnlhees and the length of lime that they have to ffat~smit ~e wheat steak virus, Vari- elal s- l~'tP:m (,'an also heaa impollanl way t~ rc~tu:e Ih impact of wheat streak, Producers in al~a,s where wheat streak is common should avoid varlet- ies that are hLehly susceptible to the wheat streak mo.~ic virus. To date, conlrol of whe.at carl mites witE foliar m~tic ides has not b~n shown to be an effective pr~ctk'e, Since Ihe mite ]s carried by the wind from plant to plant~nd from field to field, the control of at| volunteer is e.~ntiaL The mi~e can he carded far s~weral miles ~ the co.~t of not cc~ntrollin~ volunteer may hun you and al~ your neighbor. IFyo. are noticing volunteerwheat dose to where you will be planting winter wheat ymz may want to select a variety that has some resislanee to wheat streak mosaic or p[azlt later a s indicaled by your fly f~'e date which ranges IYom ,Sept. 21~ in /ewell and Smilh ~mnties to (~'t. 4 in Lineolu, with Osborne and Mitchdl counties in between Ihose dates, Very few of ear contmon wheat varieties have any ~- sistanee to wheat stoeak mosaic, hut a few varieties have some resistance m- eluding KSU 1863, Oakley CL, SY Well and T- 158. A couple of excellenl p~.ihlieal]~m~ an: available fo~ producers lhroagh K- State Research and E~tension. includ- ing the 2016 Wh(' tr Verier)" Di.tcoxe andbrsectRorin.~ s, along with the 2016 (.'henllrOl Wccd Cdtltro/ f,~r F/e/d Crt)p.%, Pa.rttrr('.~, Rrot.t, 'lemd m=d Nrur. 'ropkmd. Th~ d i ~a se raft ntzs pu hl k'a- lion provides evaluation el'each ~d the wheat varieties tbr disease at~d t]l~ccl resistance v'hilc the chemical publica- tion outlines weed conLro[ chenlical~. for each of Lhe major Crol~ ht Kansas Relnember. volu~tt.'-cr whet is the .~mrce of severe problems and may actuaiiy c,osl mucll rl%o['e if not con- trolled. Slop hy or call Any o|]~t-e oflhe Po,I R,~ck [.xlen~i(m )aistrit'l fiw the publ~caliom, ] illerll~,t~gted or addilional infi]tll~3ttol'~ t~in c~,nl~l]liilll~ 'v~rl,ntoer heal. ll Jewell Co. Memories AuRusL 19116 J.F. Kel',ey ~ a~ takiT|~ ~-h:lr.~c ~ d Ihc | h~lel Mankdlo. Chas Rtlg~ ~ had charge ol Ihe Meb" Pi,wking (',~lllp;irl~ opt, ratmon~ at ('Oro around hr~ua "~qf ;JS c'q~'~.'l~vJ 11~ )'1 $d he[wc,cet 5(i and (~) httshe|s to the a ,'re. The Henry Debus family ~ght a new carriaee. This new.~l~r, cr' s weh page ntay be I'oiii]d al -Ml~'~2~t~'~|C.L'('qn jv 16