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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Classifieds I1 Phone 402-879-3291 or |/ 785-378-3191 or come to |/ 148 E. Third in Superior or |1 111 E. Main in Mankato to i/ place your ad. | BARGEN ELECTRIC-residential, commercial and farm wiring. 402-879- 5507. 10-44-tfc DRY CLEANING-shoe and boot re- pair-pillow cleaning. Drop off anytime, Monday-Friday. Returned on Wednesdays. Superior Tour and Travel, 402-879-4822 or 1.-800-279- 1026. 10-37-tfc CUSTOM EMBROIDERY: T-shirts, sweats, polos, denims, jackets, lin- ens, towels, caps, wild rags. Thou- sands of designs, DMC embroidery floss, 454 colors in stock. 526 E. Fifth, Superior, Nob., 402-879-1255. 10-28-tfc CONTACT HEADRICK Financial Ser- vices for health and life insurance as well as other financial products. 785- 875-3958 or 402-879-5635. 10-1-tfc LICENSED ELECTRICIANS, T & L_ Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of piv- ots. Wassom's basket truck available for aerial work and repair. Call Power Management, Steve Houtwed or Bob Wassom. 402-469-4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-tfc COMPLETE AUTO body paint and repair. Rockchip repair, glass re- placement. Superior Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -tfc NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling, sheet rocking, cabinets or metal roof- ing, decks, etc. Meyer Construction, 402-226-2671. 10-22-tfc GET READY for summer. Will do wash, buff and wax, tune-ups and oil changes. Complete fuel injection cleaned on all models. All air condi- tioning repair. Complete glass instal- lation. Troy's Automotive. Phone 402- 879-3612. 10-13-tfc COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, air conditioning work, computer diag- nostics. Tietjen Automotive. 340 N. Kansas, Superior. 402-879-4111 10-33-tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air conditioners. Scott TV and Appliance 402-879- 3501. 10-11-tfc FARM, RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. Moeller Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc DIVORCE WITH or without children $95. With free name change docu- ments, wife only, and marital settle- ment agreement. Fast and easy. Call us 24-7: 1-888-789-0198. 10 BANKRUPTCY: FREE initial consul- tation. Fast relief from creditors. Low rates. Statewide filing. No office ap- pointments necessary. Call Steffens Law Office, 308-872-8327. We are a debt relief agency, which helps people file bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code. 10 SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims; Saunders & Saunders Attorneys at Law. No recovery, no fee! 1-800- 259-8548. 10 DIVORCE WITH or without children $95. With free name change docu- ments, wife only, and marital settle- ment agreement. Fast and easy. Call us 24 hours-7 days: 1-888-789-0198. 12-Livestock CALLS&S BY-PRODUCTforprompt removal of dead cattle and horses. 1 - 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262-ce11. 12..3-tfc 14-Sale Calendar SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 10 a.m., Nelson Volunteer Fire Department Fall Consignment sale, Nuckolls Co. Fairgrounds, Nelson. Selling vehicles, guns, household items, tools and mis- cellaneous. Also: Dolls & metal toys from 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Uhrmacher Auction in charge. 14-37-2p THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, one mile north of Guide Rock, Nob. Fall Multi- party auction, Selling farm autos and machinery at 2 p.m. and personal property at 5:30 p.m. at Guide Rock gym. 14-38-2c TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 11 a.m. Rural Mankato, Kan Selling farm equip- ment, pickups, livestock equipment and miscellaneous forThe May Ranch (Betty May) Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-38-8p Parkview Haven Nursing Home Deshler, Neb. Currently accepting applications for full-time CNA Competitive wages Add on for experience Benefits include disability, health, life, dental and retirement J For further information and an application, cMl Judy Pagel, DON (402) 365-7237 38-3c Thursday, September 17, 2009 FORECLOSED ONLINE.home auc- tion. Five hundred plus homes must be sold! Open house: 9-12, 19, 20. REDC/bids open 9-21. View full list- mgs and details: 14 FORECLOSED ONLINE home auc- tion 500 plus homes must be sold! Open house: 9-12, 19, 20 bids open 9-21. View full listings and details REDC/RE Brkr CO00001663. 14 15-Opportu nities AIRLINES ARE hiring - train for high paying aviation maintenance career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Housing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 1- 888-349-5387. 15 LIFE'S A game! Learn how to play it better!! Easily earn $18 to $56 per hour. Call 10a.m.to7 p.m.cst 1-402- 679-4339. 15 ALL CASH vending! Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route. Includes 25 machines and candy. All for $9,995.1-888-753-3441. ATTENTION: LANDOWNERS zero ($0) down on newthree-five bedroom modular homes placed on your land or family land! Up to $8,000 tax re- bate! Your land is your credit! Easy qualifying by phone! 1-866-858-6862. MISSOURI WELDING Institute. Ne- vada, Mo. Become a certified pipe- structural welder. Graduate in 18 weeks, earn up to $35 per hour. Com- panies calling weekly searching for our graduates. 1-800-667-5885.. (AAA) $8,000 federal government money. No money down if you have land or family land. Easy, easy fi- nancing. Call for prequalification! 1- 800-841-0033. 15 HUNDREDS OF health care jobs available! Connect with Kansas em- ployers at Search for Kansas positions - post your resume - apply on-line. Abso- lutely free. Visit online at 15 ATTEND COLLEGE online from home. Medical, business, paralegal, accounting, criminal justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 1-888-220-3977 or visit online at 15 16-Misc. for Sale MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp TREADMILL FOR sale. 402-879- 3634. 14-38-2p FOR SALE: Scrubs, medium, five sets, three extra tops, reasonable. 402-879-3634. 16-37-2c FOR SALE: Home growr7 tomatoes. Phone 785-875-3951 or 402-879- 5006. 16-36-3p TWO STAIR lift hairs. Used less than six month and in new condition. 1-913-262-8168. 16-36-3c HOT TUBS by Nordic, in stock and ready for delivery at Dick's TV and Furniture, Mankato, Kan., 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc FARM RAISED chickens: Fully pro- cessed, Marilyn Corman, 402-225- 2105 or 402-469-5636, leave mes- sage or e-mail to rman @ 16-21 -tfc ALL NEW Happy Jack Kennel Dip I1: Kills fleas, ticks, stable flies and mange mites without steroids. Biodegradable. At Orscheln Farm and Home Stores. 16 AQUAFFORDABLE HOTtubs$2,795 to $3,995. Walk-in bathtubs $3,995 up. Saunas $1,995 to $2,695. Call 1- 800-869-0406 for free information package. 16 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT outlet: New and used restaurant equipment. See for more information; Sioux City, Iowa, 1-800- 526-7105. 16 SHIPPING CONTAINERS: 20x8x8; 40x8x8; 48x8.5x9.5; 53x8.5x9.5. Camlock doors, hardwood floors sup- port forklift. Delivery available. 1-785- 655-9430 Solomon. Visit online at for complete web listing, photos, specs, pncing. 22-Vehicles 1993 FORD TEMPO. 3.0 liter V6. Very nice car, newer paint job. Has 117,000 miles, gets 27 mpg. Bull Dog remote start and has manual trans- mission. $1,800 or best offer. Call Jason: 402-705,8392 or 402-879- 4185. 22-37-3p LOOKING FOR the classic car, truck. or motorcycle of your dreams? Go to It's your midwest connection to classic vehicles for sale. Need to sell a classic vehicle? For only$25, yourad with photos will run until sold! Call this newspaper (402-879-3291) today for more information or call 1-800-369- 2850. 22 23-Recreational GUN SHOW! Sept. 19-20. Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 9-3. Wichita. Cessna Activity Center. (2744 George Wash- ington Blvd). Buy-sell trade. Informa- tion: 563-927-8176. 23 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR sale: 355 W. Sixth, Superior, Neb. Three bedrooms, each with shower. Central heat and air and detached garage. 402-879-3464. 24-38-tfc HOME FOR sale in Superior, Neb.: Three-bedroom, master suite, new roof and carpet, lots of living space and storage, central heat and air. Please call 402-984-0260 or 402-984- 025 for more nformation. 24-34-tfc STOP WASTING moneyon rent! Own a new single-wide home for as low as $400 per month W.A.C. Call for de- tails: 307-635-3100. 24 FIVE BEDROOM, $400 per month! Bank foreclosureT Four bedroom, two bath, only $199 per month! Five per- cent down 15 years at eight percent APR. For listings call 1-800-585-3560, Ext. B738. 24 A THREE bed, two bath, $320 per month! Two bed, two bath, only $200 per month! Must see! Five percent down, 15 years at eight percent APR. For listings 1-800-585-3560, Ext. 8468. 24 I I Obituaries Jason Brook Jason Andrew Brook. 36. Willis, Kan.. died unexpectedly at his home. Sept. 5. He was born at Hoxie on July 9. 1973. the middle of three children born to Richard Keith and Linda Lee Vader Brook. He attended grade school at Hoxie. and middle school at Herndon. Kan before the family moved to Hiawatha. Jason attended Horton and Hiv2watha high sch6ols 'zind erned his general education degree from the Youth Corps in Southeastern Missouri. He excelled in sports. His middle school 6-man football team was unde- feated and all games were called off early because Herndon had leads of 30 to 60 points. Jason had the most touch- downs for the season. As a fi'eshman. he played both junior varsity and var- sity football. His hobbies were sports, bow hunting and fishing. Jason worked at several occupa- tions through the years. In Orlando, Fla.,, he started with fast foods and worked his way up to a supervisor position for a large hotel next to Uni- versal Studios and Sea World. After returning to Brown County, he oper- ated heavy equipment for three years. Jason's family then moved to Kansas City, Mo., where he moved furniture and bottled water. Since moving back to Willis. he has been a carpenter for Troy Henson Construction of Robinson for the last six years. He married Victoria Seebach on April 10. 1993. in Orlando. Fla..To this union, a son, Christopher Taylor, was born March 23.1994. in Hiawatha. They later divorced. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert Brook, Hiawatha, and Evart and Katherine Vader. Man- kato. Survivors include his son. Christo- pher. and his father, Richard K. Brook. of the home: stepson. Robert Nichols. Kansas City, Mo.; Iris mother and step- father. Stan and Linda Wilson. Dodge City.; a brother, Ronald Brook. Sabetha: a sister, Mrs. Richard Yow III (Valerie) Reed Springs, Mo.; a step- brother. Stanley Ray Wilson, Hooker, i i AUCTION Okla.; and grandmother, Dorothy Brook, Hiawatha. His body was cremated. His funeral was held at the Christi an Center Church in Hiawatha, burial was in Mount Hope Cemetery, Hiawatha. Edna Ruth Clark Edna Ruth Clark, 91, the daughter of Harry G. Patterson and Ella Clark Patterson, was born June 12, 1918. near Formoso. She died last Monday at the Jewell County Long Term Care. Mankato. She attended Formoso Public Schools and graduated from Formoso High School iri 1937. She married Tay- lor H. Clark on Dec. 21, 1939, To this union two children were born, Taylor Eugene and Patricia. They began their lives together on a farm south of Formoso, Kan. She and her husband spent their years together farming the land. She was a member of the Formoso Community Church, Ladies Aid, and Mystic Circle Club. She was preceded in death by her parents. Harry and Ella Patterson; hus- band, Taylor H. Clark: one grandchild, Timothy Clark; and one sister. Adah Sloan. She is survived by one sen. Taylor Eugene Clark, Formoso; one daughter, PatriciaTyler, Broomfield. Colo.. three grandchildren and nine great-grand- children. Graveside services were held Thurs- day at Balch Cemetery near Formoso. Pastor Dan Dempsey officiated. Bachelor-Surber Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of arrange- ments. Charlotte Murray Josephine Charlotte Murray, 90. Mankato. died Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009, at her home in Mankato. follow- ing a year-tong battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born Dec. 3. 1918, at Jewell, Kan, the second child born to John Charles Fullerton and Celinda Jeannette (Elyea) Fullerton. Charlotte attended country schools. graduating from Montrose High School. On Sept. 4, 1937. Charlotte was united in marriage to Aaron James Murray at Mankato. Charlotte enjoyed raising her fam- ily, gardening, and actively participat- ing in various community and church clubs while living on the family farm one-half mile south of Montrose. In 1969. they built their home in Mankato. where she continued this lifestyle. She was a member of Montrose Modern homemakers. Montrose Meth- odist Church. active member of the Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato and a member of Rebecca Circle, Charlotte was a cook for Montrose and Mankato schools. She later worked in the meat department at Kier's thriftway from which she retired. Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents; her husband. Aaron on March 7, 2000: two brothers. Charles Richard Fullerton and Hardman Phillip Fullerton; and a sister. Barbara Jean Fullerton. Survwors include two sons. Carl Dennis and his wife: Anne Murray, Mankato: and Dwight Russell Murray, Mankato; two daughters. JoAnne and husband. Dale, Freeman, Mankato, and Susan and husband. Don, Hoffman, Topeka, eight grandchildren: Brian and wife. Angela. Murray, Shannon and husband, Lee, Lindsey, Erin Murray, Michael and wife, Kathy, Free- man, Corey Freeman, Adam and wife. Jessica, Freeman. Brett and wife. Kelly, Munsey.and Ryan Munsey; two step- grandchildren. Holl y Dachel and Heidi Dachel; nine great-grandchildren. Brent Murray, Carlee Lindsey. Hannah Lindsey, Cameron Lindsey, Jessica Jolene Freeman. Dew)n Freeman. Zachary Freeman and Hallie Munsey; four step-great-grandchildren: Codi Carlson, Samantha Wunderle. Robert Wunderle and Jason Lindsey, three sisters, Helen Huffman. Belleville. IvaLea Metz. Bothell. Wash., and Audrey Jacobson. S anta Maria, Call f.; many nieces, nephews: sisters-in-law. brother-in-law, other relatives and friends. A celebration of life service was held at 10:30 a.m.. Monday Sept. 14, 2009, at Harmony United r,,,- . .... Church, Mankar,- .,,,, r'astor Tessa Zehring, officiating. Burial followed at Mount Hope Cemetery. Mankato. Casket bearers were Brian Murray, Shannon Lindsey, Erin Murray, Michael Freeman, Corey Freeman. Adam Freeman, Brett Munsey and Ryan Munsey. Music was "In The Thursday, Sept. 24 5 p.m. Auction will be held at the Community Center on the south side of the square in Jewell, Kan. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Waconda Water 2 & 3 gal. jugs (3 ga[ has RW circle); Waconda bullet pencil, creamer, vase and pop bottle; 5 gal. Red Wing jug; 6 gal. brown churn; Ron Carloca I gal. Mexico jug; Moudlins Store, Burr Oak crock bowl, damaged; blue crock bowl; oak curved side door side board; oak drop leaf table; 19205 end tables; walnut drop leaf end table; mahogany rocker; oak sewing rocker; 1920s desk; 1920s dresser; pair1920s n ght stands; cherry folding rockr; flat top trunk; small 2 door wall case; organ stool;' 6 ft. pine school table; wall saddle holder: Gleaner Baldwin flange sEgn; cast iron counter: hanging saloon light; (2) Harry Bishop western prints; egg basket: postcards; bullet pencils; punch boards; tin windup car; comic books: costume jewelry; Simpson, Kan. glass pipe: cake pedestal: toothpick holder: assortment pressed glass; 12-place settings Bavaria Hennich china; assortment books; teacher bell; pig door stop; large canteen; sad irons; Dazey churn; Poosh up game; Marx electric train; weather vane; canes; kitchen utensils; granite coffee pot; metal lawn chairs; western style yard swing; ice tongs; Uneeda wood biscuit box; pool cues; canes; assortment of other collectibles. HOUSEHOLD Maytag automatic washer; Hotpoint dryer; microwave; 19405 divan; curio cabinet; bookshelf; flat top desk; RCA 21-in. TV; dresser; (2) twin beds: full bed; 4-drawer file; lamps; assortment kitchen appli- ances; tool box; small assortment hand tools; Dale Birdsell Estate, Seller Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC Beloit & Coneordia, Kan. 785-738-5933 , - ;........ Garden" and "Old Rugged Cross" sung by Lori Menhusen. Rosalie Menhusen was pianist. The family suggested memorial contributions to United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund, Mankato. Visitation was held Saturday and Sunday at Melby Mortuary, Mankato from lto 8 p.m. Melby Mortuary, Mankato KansaS, was in .charge of arrangements. (Paid Obituary) James Hills A former Mankato resident, James Edward Hills, 64, Albuquerque, N.M., died Sept. 6, following a fall from a steam locomotive he was helping to restore. He was born Oct. 18, 1944, in Superior, to Vivian Arthur Hills and Mildred Heineke Hills, Mankato. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor F. Hills, Albuquerque; three children, Brian Hills. Blue Springs, Mo., Craig Hills, Independence, Mo., and Mrs. Scott Flowers (Andrea), Lees Summit. Mo.: two sisters, Mrs. Jeff Ogle (Joan) Hickman, Neb., and Donna Ramey, Mankato.; seven grandchildren, Tyler, Shane, Derek, Clinton and Randy Hills, and Hunter and Travis Dodson. His body was created. At his re- quest, a funeral service will not be held. Arrangements were made by Di- rect Funeral Services, Albuquerque, N.M. Roger Plowman Roger W. Plowman, 68, Fishers, Ind., died Sept. 5, He was born-Nov. 30, 1940. in Beloit to Carl W. and Violet (Boggart) Plowman, Jewell. A University of Kansas graduate, he was the owner of Arclfitecnique, an archi- tectural firm. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects, NRA and Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis. He is survived by his wife, Linda Plowman; sons, Vince and Clay (Kady) Plowman: brothers, Richard and Bill Plowman; and three grandchildren. Shirley Brothers-Castleton Chapel Mortuaries, Fishers, Ind., was in charge of funeral arrangements. Courthouse News Jewell County i | i ,, i Accidents Saturday at approximatgly 9 p.m. on 260 Road. one-fourth mile south of W Rd., Wilber Young, DeWitt. Neb., driving a 2004 Dodge pickup was south bound when a deer came out of the west ditch striking the passenger side front fender. No injuries were reproted. Damages were estimated at more than $I ,000. Probate Estate of Richard Kipp Russell, petiuon for probate of will. Estate of Edna Ruth Clark, appoi nt- ment and acceptance by resident agent. Estate of Louise A. Field, order of hearing. Criminal The State of Kansas vs, Faye Boiler, Mankato, failure to control and eradi- cate weedsl Limited Civil Commercial Management IV, Inc. vs. Pamela LaRue. Domestic Divorce, Valerie Jean Sheely, peti- tioner vs. Anthony S. Sheely, respon- dent. Traffic Jennifer A. Anderson, speeding, $116. Gall A. Davis, speeding, $158. Christopher L. Fowler, over weight limits on wheels and axles, $143. Nathan R. Goertzen, speeding, $139. Nathan R. Goertzen, speeding, $139. Timothy J. Okeefe, speeding, $163. Diana L. Seibert, speeding, $146. Miguel S. Silva. speeding, $164. Gail Kindler Gall J. Kindler, 87, of Russell, died Saturday at Main Street Main in Russell. He was born Dec. 6. 1921, in Esbon, the son of John Lester and Rose Nell (Nebel) Kindler. He grew up on the family farm outside Esbon and attended the Kindler School. which was located on the farm. He graduated from Esbon High School. Gall was united in marriage to Agnes Helen Mizner on May 28, 1943 in Mankato. They lived in Esbon until 1951 when the building they lived m burned. They moved to Long Beach, Calif., where Gall worked for McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Co., for Mankato City Court John Gromly, speeding, $80. Mat- thew Davidson, speeding, $80. Scan Ford, speeding, $110. Gregory Metz, speeding, $86. Ethan Morrow, speed- ing, $80. Vicki Arbar, speeding, $110. Robert Hanzlick. speeding, $104. Mary Riley, speeding, $98. Margaret Grubaugh, speeding, $86: Derek Carroll. speeding, $8.6. Kelsey Thomsen, speeding, $98. George Chaklalian, speeding, $110. Richard Bestwick, speeding, $86. Justin Angleton, speeding, $104. SherrHl- " Brown, speeding, $86. Linda Henning, speeding, $92. Donald Keever, speed- ing, $92. more than 30 years. After retiring, Gall and Agnes moved to Russell in 1984. AGA recognizes Gall was a farmer before moving to u==,,v=11"S "." -,-------elhvl-h California. Gall enjoyed reading and studying maps, attending polka dances and cheering on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Survivors include his wife of 66 years, Agnes. of the home. a sster, Nila Mae Emmert. Russell: and 19 meces and nephews, his children by heart. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother. Lyle Kindler and one nephew. His funeral will be held at 11:30 a.m., (Thursday) today at tile Esbon Cemetery. A gathering will be held following the graveside service at the Esbon Senior Center. There is no view- ing due to cremation. Pohlman-Varner-Pecler Mortuary of Russell. is in charge of arrange- ments. I Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Bob Koops; Marion, Melanie, Abigail, Nathan and Jonathan Schlatter. Passage Sunday morning was Ephesians 4:1 and 2. Theme Sunday morning was "Respectable Sins Impa- tience Irritability." Passage Sunday evening was Luke 1 l: 1 trough 4.Theme Sunday evening was "Teach us to Pray II.'" Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carter. Florida. were church visitors Sunday morning. Hapy birthday to Bert Koops, Sept. 14; Maria Koops, Sept. 15: Bob Koops. Sept. 17: Barb DeBey and MafRhew Tanis,'Sept. 19. Happy anniversary to Randy and Jane VandeRiet. Sept. 18. (last week) Greeters for the Sunday worship services were Roy and Stacy DeBey and Randy and Jane VandeRiet. Passage Sunday morning was Galations 5:22.and 23. Theme Sunday morning was "Respectable Sins Lack of Self Control." Passage Sunday evening was Luke 11:1 through 4. Theme Sunday evening was "Teach to Pray." Special music, was "A Mother's Prayer'by Beth Christians accompa- nied by John Tanis. Linda and Br ana Bomberger and Tom Esch. Lincoln. Neb.. were week- end guests of Margaret LaDow. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Nyhoff and fam- ily, Denver. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nyhoff Greg and Kathy Skore. Coerd'Alena. Ind.. and Amy Skore, Stevensville. Mont.. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Herredsberg and Kacee Jean. Happy anniversary to Jack and Judy Gracy, Sept. 12. All of Walt and Jan Schoen chil- dren and families were weekend visi- tors of the Schoens. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Alward, all of Kansas City. Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Buesenity and family, Whitewater. In Heaven. the only art of living is forgetting and forgiving. Roger and Gilly Reitei" of Gilly's Gelbvieh, were recently recognized by the American Gelbvieh Associa- tion (AGA) as the owner of eight Gelbvieh cows exhibiting the consis- tent maternal efficiency typical to "The Continental Breed of Choice." The AGA has designeated these outstand- ing beef females as dam of merit and dam of distinction. The title dam of merit recognizes cows that meet selection criteria in- cluding early puberty and conception. regular calving intervals, and above- average weaning weights on at least three calves. Of the41.318 active cows in the Gelbvieh breed.only 5.5 percent qualify for dam and merit. The dam of distinction honor recognizes cows that meet the same high standards for supe- rior. long-term productivity with at least eight calves. Just 0.7 percent of all active Gelbvieh cows qualify for this elite group. Council considers zoning change The regularly scheduled meeting of the Mankato City Council was held Sept. 8 by Mayor Don Koester. Coun- cil members present were Mac McCammon. Sam Becker. Lyle Dauner. Jim Ross and Dave Warne. City Attorney Darrell Miller was also present. Leland Orr presented the 2008 city audit. An engagement letter to do an audit of the Mankato City Library was' reviewed. Thank you letters from Kristi Bad- ger and a letter from Rock Hills FBLA thanking the council for support of the - swnnming pool were reviewed. Miflet " explained correspondence that was being served upon Chris Koinondy of " Collecting Supplies LLC. Firehouse project was discussed. Re-zoning of the firehouse property was discussed. It was council's con- sensus to move forward with the re- zoning of the firehouse property from the existing R-3 residential to B-5 gen- eral business zoning. Notification will be sent to all property owners within 200 foot of the property and a public hearing will be held. A verbal request to see if the coun- cil would consider re-zoning of a prop- erty in Block 27 of the Original Townsite was discussed. Individuals have the right to formally request a zoning change and the council would consider a recommendation made by the zoning board. Ordinance 687 to increase water, rates was reviewed and discussed. Fol- lowing discussion the council wanted more information before they acted on an ordinance. The council's Oct. 6 regular meet- ing was rescheduled to Oct. 13 because the League of Kansas Municipalities annual conference is Oct. 3 through 6. Mayor Koester was appointed by the council as voting member and Admin- istrator Loomis as alternate for the annual cunference. ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, Sept. 26 * 10 A.M. Auction will te held at the farm located two miles East of Randall, Kan. REAL ESTATE (sells at 10 a.m.) Legal Description: W 1/2 SE 1/4 4-5-6 Jewell Co. Kansas General Description: 80 acres with 75.9 crop acres, 73.4 base acres (49.2 wheat, 24.2 sorghum). The farm has a 2 story home with kitchen, front room, 1 bedroom, 2 baths down stairs, 4 bedrooms upstairs, central heat & air. 1/4 basement w/cellm; large barn, 4 out buildings; The farm is located 2 1/2 miles East of Randal. Kansas on Highway 28. Terms: 10% purchase price as.down payment day of auction. The balance will be due upon closing on or before October 30, 2009. The selter will retain the 2009 cash rent and wil pay 2009 taxes. Purchaser will receive tle 201) cash rent of $40.00 per acre. Possession of the farm ground wil be after 2010 wheat harvest. Possession of the house and buildings will be upon closing. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split 50-50 between seller & purchaser. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as Seller's agent. CAR, SUBURBAN, CAMPER 1994 Chev suburban Silverado, all electric, very good, 164,000 miles; 1999 Buick Century 4 door car gray color; 1999 Jayco eagle 27' 5th wheel cam per 1 slide out. HOUSEHOLD & COLLEcTABLES La-z-Boy blue recliner; 2 recliners; 2 curio cabinets; floral divan: RCA tru flat TV; Citation upright 13 cu freezer: oak fern pedestal: coffee & end tables; 20's dresser: oak dresser; oak chest: 20's magazine table; blonde single bed; 2 drawer chest; full bed; kitchen table & chairs; painted kitchen cupboard rough; 6' wooden table; 2 wash benches; 2 door pine cupboard; walnut commode rough; ash tray; sewing machine; blonde end tables; quilt; quilt tops; linens; aprons; scarf; head vase; pressed glass pieces; cookie jar; advertising pens; costume jewelry; assortment pictures; child's Emen ee guitar; games; color books; toy JD dozer; JD pedal tractor w/shifter; tin telephone; granite pans; Army canteen; cameras; plastic Coca Cola thermometer; windmill wall plaque; wall hangings; medicine bottles; dial wall telephone; 3 new sets Van Guard fire alarm systems; Avon; Tupper ware; kitchen appliances; wagon; ice tongs; drawing knife; screen door; 30 gal cast iron kettle; TOOLS & OTHER 6' x 3' trailer like new; 1/2 sack cement mixer; Poulan 18P 42" riding mower: Murray 12.5 riding lawn mower; metal wheel bar row; shop vac; aluminum scoop; log chain; bench grinder; portable air compressor; Bulldog welder; assortment hand tools; 1/4" drill press; electric hand tools; 24' extension ladder: 10 T posts; forge; garden cultivator; used lumber: assortment of other items. Gerald Lienberger Estate, Seller Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & A00action LLC Beloit & Coneordia, Kan. ,, 785-738-5933