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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, September 25, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-319~. or come in to 148 E: Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad WELDING Institute, Inc., Become a certified pipe Eam top pay in seek our 5. $11 -$33 per provided. No uired. For more infer- Extension AND POSTAL announcement. Now $47,578. Full or part-time Benefits and training for and information, 800- Department P357, 8 a.m. seven days a week. FOR SALE: The perfect ,, high profit, low no inventory, work your work from home with ~1 income potential. Work full- Established adver- business with estab- and growth poten- directly from the with no middleman. have to use a dis- includes estab- unts, manufac- library, product manu- base, operating soft- base and new list of corn- /includes train- samples. For more call 800-947-5252. 15-36-4c For Sale Festival and Craft Sept. 27, 9 a.m. to 1 Comer, Guide Rock, fruits and veggies, crafts, hamburgers, $3. In case Community Cen- 16-39-1c GROWERS has locally and perennials ready Free planting in Su- Nate Meyer, 785-875- 16-38-4c 3 Culligan Water and carry-only $695. call for details, 800- 16-38-3c PUMPKINS, pumpkinsiH winter squash, eggplant, cabbage, sweet potatoes, watermelon. Pnces' band Pumpkin Patch. 402- 16-39-1c grown chickens. 402-225-2105. 16-24-tfc stocksalt ~50 pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-tfc All brands of soft- 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc certificates, useful for now available at The 16-40-tfp vinyl letters make a snap. Have yours cus- by Supedor Publishing )1. We also and letter trucks. 16-12-ffp in stock or will Superior Publishing 16-20-tip CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 or Camlock doors with pc- hardwood" floors will $1,650.$2,650. Call or on the web at for complete photos, specs and pric- Consignment Auction and building ma- steel starting at M2. Call for In Kansas: ,; Louisburg 800- Statewide delivery avail- mlellt Strong ver- Log on to web sita ;.com. Buy save! Sentinel Buildings, Extension No. 79. commerciat, No high pressure salesf 575; 30x60x12-$7,199; 4-$9,360; 50x100x14- available. FREE THREE-room DirecTV system including installationl Four months free programming with NFL subscnp- tion. Access 225 plus TV channelsl Digital quality picture and sound. Lim- ited time offer. 800-217-4578. 21-Feed and Seed SEED WHEAT for sale. Edgar Buescher, Lawrence, Neb. 402-756- 7971. 21-38-3c RON TICE Seed is taking orders for certified seed wheat. Bulk only, rea- sonable prices. Jagger 2137, Karl 92, 2145, Trego. Call 785-738-3111 or 0165. 21-33-8c 22-Vehicles 1986 CHRYSLER LASER X'I" Turbo, fair condition, best offer. 785-725- 3715. 22-39- lc 1986 FORD XLT pickup. Call after 4 p.m. 402-236-8629, Byron.22-39-2c 2000 FORD F150, extended cab, 4x4, off-road package, 25,000 miles. Randy Meyer, 402-365-7644 or 402- 469-4628. 22-39-3c 1974 CHEVROLET BLAZER, 4- wheel drive, runs good. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc 1979 CHEVROLET PICKUP, 1/2 ton. Runs good. Good school truck. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc 1994 FORD F-150, club cab pickup with Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- sion, 402-879-3501 or 402-879-3925. $2,500. 22-38-tfc HOSKINS AuTo SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational 1994, 40-FOOT, double slideouts, triple-axle, dual a/c, awning, fiber- glass, ready to travel this winter. Loaded with extras. Below book. A "must see" Tow vehicle available. Call 402-879-4638. 23-39-1c TRX400EX-$4,599 HONDA BEST ON EARTH Garbers 402-729-2294 23-39- lc 24-Real Estate SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-tfc 26 - Notice THE NUCKOLLS County Free Im- munization Clinic will be held the first Wednesday at Brodstone Memorial Hospital from 2-4 p.m. Bnng immuni- zation records. Chicken pox vaccine now available, phone 402-879-3910 for information. Sponsored by Bred- stone Memodal Home Health Care. 26-oamc HIP REPLACEMENT surgery: If you hedhip replacement surgery between 1992-1998, with a C, entralign Zimmer Hip Stem implant and suffered heal- ing problems requiring a second revi- sion surgery, you may be entitled to compensation. Call attomey, Chades Johnson at 800-535-5727. KANSAS CITY Credit Services: We remove negative information from your credit reports. Licensed and bonded. Member BBB. A local Kan- sas City Company since 1991. 2016 Swift, North Kansas City, Me, 816- 412-8001. HOSPITALIZED ANYTIME during 1998-2002? Were you or a loved one -hospitalized for muscle pain, muscle weakness, myalgia or kidney prob- lems? Money damagesl!! Baycol-at- tomey, James Rolshouse, practices law in Minn. but associates with attor- neys throughout the U.S. 800-820- 4340. Social Security disability claims; Saunders and Saunders Attomeys at Law. No recovery, No feel 1-800- 259-8548. love this home and its sixties price range. 1,717.Square Feet of our #1 H NDI - 30-Musical Instr. PERFECT FOR PIANO STUDENTS1 Rent-to-Own a new or like new digital piano. Low monthly payments - No purchase required. Visit our web site at www.pianos4rent.com. 36-Thank you I WOULD like to say thank you for all the cards, phone calls and prayers from all of our family and fdends. Your thoughts of me in this time is very much appreciated. Julie Kennedy. 38-39.1c THANK YOU, family and fnends for the cards, visits, flowers and help I have received while I was in the hos- pital in Beloit and Mankato and since I am in my own home. Your company makes the days go faster. Opal D. Lamb. 36-39- lc THANKS TO all our dear family, fdends and neighbors tor the calls, cards, visits and food; and to the doctors, hospital staff and all the clinic staff for their kindness and patience with us during this past month. We are so blessed to have all of you. Dean and Viola McGowan.36-39-1p THANK YOU for the cards, letters, phone calls and prayers while Dick was in the hospital. A special thanks to the EMS crew and the hospital staff for their emergency care. Also, to our children for their help while in Salina and after returning home. Dick and Joan Waugh. 36-39- lp A BIG thank you to all my family and friends for making my 92nd birthday a very memorable day. Mina Kottmeye r. Jewell County Memories 100 Years Ago C.A. Morgan is buying lumber for a 3,000 bushel crib. He .says there is plenty of limestone corn that will make 70 bushels per acre. New corn is selling for 30 cents. Ice on the trough means that the jig is up with the chigger. Prairie hay sells at $4 per ton. Ernest Rowe bought the Bower 80 that joins him on the west at $40 an acre. 80 Years Ago Jewell County Farm, School and Home Fall Festival, Mankato, is set for Oct. 11 to 13. A big contest will determine the most popular lady in Jewell County. She will be crowned queen. The candidates for queen are Julia Jamieson, Randall; Irma Boyer, Ionia; Mary Frost, Esbon; Mildred Eychner, Jewell; Ruth Cun-ningham, Formoso, and Nina Silsby, Burr Oak. Speakers will be Jonathan Davis, gov- ernor of Kansas, and Clyde Reed, chair- man of the Kansas Utilities Commis- sion. Brockway Peck and young first football game of the season to Jewell. Jerry Schaefer and Helen Russell. Mankato, attended the annual Educa- tion Beauty Show in Lincoln, Neb. Mankato Livestock Commission Co. reports Clarence Blew and Dale Mahaffy drawing top dollar with their hogs weighing out at 230 lbs. and 228 lbs. average, with fat hogs topping at $15.55. 20 Years Ago The 7th annual Farmers Market is being planned for Oct. 15. The Buffalo Roam Steakhouse closed for a day when owners John and Karen Ross and family attended a state restaurant meeting. John was presi- dent of this state organization. Anne Schlotterback is now at Helen's Beauty Shop, Mankato. Mankato Cougars defeated White Rock Eagles 48-18. Scoring for Man- kato wereGary Colson, Paul Fleming, sean Herbig. Scoring for White Rock were Paul Beam and Darin Garman. Twelve oil leases, 4.552 acres, were recorded at the register of deeds of.rice McCarthy of Mankato, bo.th runnial;--An Richland township to Richland Oil without lights, met in a head-on colli- sion in the middle of the road near Ira Jordan's farm. Both cars looked as if they had been in a wreck and Brockway' s face looked somewhat that way, too. John Peterson, whose dead body was recently discovered at his farm near Mankato, and John Colson, who died last February, held a most unusual friendship for each other. They were inseparable companions since leaving Sweden in the 1860s. They came to Jewell County together and took ad- joining homesteads. Neither married. They were 19 years old when they arrived in America and both in their 80s when they died. 60 Years Ago A four motorArmybcmbercrashed in a pasture 20 miles southwest of Osborne killing the crew'of 12 men. The crash occurred during a severe rain and electrical storm. In order to purchase a stove, certifi- cates must be obtained from the ration- ing board. For sale - black team Percheron mares, ages 5 and 6, well matched and broke, weight 1,550 a piece. Arnold Rose, Ionia. Volunteers called by the Selective Service Board of Jewell County ate Albert Clell Hancock, Burr Oak; Raymond Loomis, Wichita; Gerald Kier, Wilbur Howell and Henry Dia- mond. Mankato; Cecil Dunigan, For- moso; Dale Olson, Mankato; Harold Wicher, Cawker City; Ivan Frank, Jew- ell; and Nicholas Hake, Esbon, have been accepted for Army service. Vernon Bowles, Jewell, has been ac- cepted for Navy service. 40 Years Ago There were no church services Sun- day in Webber due to the heavy rain. About five inches of rain fell at Northbranch and Sunday morning worship s~rvice was cancelled. Sept. 26 is Chevrolet Show Day at Herb Lungren Chevrolet, Mankato. Esbon played football Friday evening at Burr Oak. Burr Oak won 34-7. John Waugh will be a member of the 60 member KSU men's glee club. Nyl~t Berg, clerk of the local Selec- tive Service Board, reports physical examination calls for Dennis Rothehild and Jerald Caylor. The Montrose Huskies lost their Paul's Radiator Expert radiator repair Custom sheet metal work Fast service Reasonable prices 416 C0nn, Superior, Neb. 68978 -879-4900 Association. Midway Coop: wheat 3.40bu., milo 5.02 cwt., corn 3.15 bu., soybeans 8.07 bu. Temperatures reach into the 90s. 1O Years Ago Greg and Mildred Thummel cel- ebrated theirg0th birthdays with a fam- ily reunion at the Esbou Senior Citi- zens Hall. The Thummels have lived in Esbon for 61 years and have been married 67 years. Kris Kindler, Esbon, received no- tice she passed her RN State Board Test. Showing at the Ute: Free Willy. "Sand Creek," a group of musi- cians from Bennington, will perform musicat the Com3how,,, .- ...... One Year Ago A&B Storage Units. Jewell, are set to open this week. Third Ionia Country Music Fest at- tracts 380 people. Mr. and Mrs. Jerod Prothe. McPherson, announce the birth of a SOIl. CCCC offers elde~'ly workshop A workshop,"C0mmunication with theeonfusedEldedy, is Oct. 10 from 4 to 10 p.m., and Oct. 11,8a.m. to5:30 p.m. atthe American Lutheran Church, Smith Center. Instructor is James Haritatos, MSW, ACSW. The class offers 15 contact hours and one college credit. This newspaper available on the mternet at httlYlWWW.SUperiorne.com of i Deshler, Neb., ] [ is now~accapting applications | ifor a p~-time Medication Aide| I .~hour MedAide I I ce~ation required. | I For ~re information, call | I ry, or Mary I Obituaries Bryant Clegg Bryant L. Clegg, 80, Fremont, Nab., died Aug. 22, 2003. at the AJ Merrick Manor, Fremont, Neb. He was born Jan. 31,1923, in Ionia, the seventh child of 13 born to Chester and Viol a Stedman Clegg. The family moved to Mankato where he received his schooling, graduating from high school in 1940. He learned carpentry and construction working with his fa- ther. He was a member of the First Chris- tian Church. On Sept. 16, 1943, he married Carol J. Seals. This union was blessed with three children. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II from 1943 to 1945. He served wtth the 451 st Bomb Group of the 15th Air Force. He was a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign War. The Cleggs moved to Fremont in 1954 and he worked on the construc- tion of Omaha's City Auditorium. He was employed by Hormel Food Corp. Fremont, retiring in 1984 after 30 years. He always had a garden and both of them enjoyed bicycling. His wife pre- ceded him in death on March 15,1998. Survivors include adaughter, Trudy (Mrs. Gary Cross) Lincoln, Neb.; two sons, Bruce Clegg and wife, Linda, Nickerson, Neb., and David Clegg, Milwaukee, Wis.; three sisters, Vivian Reed, Burr Oak; Joan Lammon, Englewood, Colo., and Sharon Hunter, Denver, Colo.; two brothers, Mike Clegg, Winona, Minn., Frosty Clegg, Beloit; three sisters-in-law, Ruth Ciegg and Beverly Clegg, both of Mankato, Principal's Pen Being prompt, being on time and showing up for work or school is an extremely important part of being a successful person. Not being at work or at school and trying to find excuses not to work will only deter any suc- cesses for which one is striving. That is why parents must encourage and demand their children to be at school every day. Being at school every day develops important skills children will use for the rest of their lives: responsibility of knowing'they must be a at school; keeps on top of all demands of school and not falling behind; develops a posi- tive attitude; creates a sense of pride of always being at school;enhances learn- ing and workability. We all know and understand that students will be absent for one reason or another and we work with parents when these problems arise: sickness, emergencies, and/or uncontrolled cir- cumstances. But beit~ at school ev- eryday will only bentJ["tljt all students' learning ability. The QPA/No Child Left Behind law requires that all schools report a 90 percent attendance rate. Mankato Schools will not have any problems attaining that required goal, but I would like to see our attendance percentages as high as possible and I hope that each and every parent supports us in reach- ing that goal. Last year we had a 96 percent attendance rate For the first month of school we now average ap- proximately seven students absent pet day, which is a 94 percent attendance rate. Good job, parents. But we can do better. Attendance is important in educat- ing our students. Let's work hard to increase the 94 percent attendance rate we now have. Come on, folks. I know you can do it. Allen Walter, principal Mankato Junior-Senior High Sunday, Oct. 19 at 12:30 p.m. Mankato National Guard Armory Contact: Auctioneer Cody Murray at 785-378-3586 Several items already consigned Watch for full bill to be printed Thursday, Oct. 9 II This week's report from the Menketo Livestock Commission Co., Inc. 14 Mixed heifers 500 103.00 39 Mixed heifers 780 95.00 10 Mixed bulls 365 113.50 41 Cross-bred heifers 580 95.00 12 Mixed steers 480 116.00 14 Black steers 500 111.00 10 Simmental steers 465 100.50 24 Cross-bred steers 550 104.50 19 Mixed steers 590 100.00 31 Mixed heifers 670 96.00 29 Mixed steers 775 97.00 19 Black steers 590 108.00 47 Mixed heifers 787 101.85 60 Black steers 660 109.85 15 Mixed heifers 470 96.00 21 Mixedheifers 460 103.75 12 Black heifers 975 64.00 9 Black heifers 695 97.00 Consigned for Sept. 26 62 Black steers and heifers, 500-600; 53 Black steers, 625; 48 Cross-bred steers and heifers, 500-600; 34 Black steers and heifers, 550; 10 Purebred ~ fall calving cows-6 years 01d, bred to black Gelbvieh 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 BHI Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Sm)tt Greene, Fieldman, 785-428.3533, Mobile 785-545.8612 Jerem Nelson, 785-374-4277 III and Helen Clegg, Abilene. A memorial service is at the Chris- tian Church, Mankato, at 2 p.m. Sun- day, Sept. 28. Burial was at Mt. Hope Cemetery at an earlier time. A memo- vial has been established to the Ameri- can Diabetes Foundation. (Paid obituary) t Myrtle Nondorf Myrtle Lavinia (Larson) Nondorf, 100, was bomto Martin A. and Han- nah L (Peterson) I_arson on Mach 5, 1903, at Courtland. She died Sept. 17, at the Republic County Long Term Care Unit. Belleville. She attended Center School District 96 through sixth grade with two years at Scandia for her elementary education, and graduated from Courtland High School May 17, 1922 as valedictorian of her class. She was a member of the Courtland Covenant Church. She was church pia- nist for more than 40 years and secre- tary for 25 years. She taught Sunday school, was music director for the young people, and a member of the Covenant Women s Auxiliary. She took the normal training course in her senior high school year to be- come a teacher. She attended Emporia State University in the summerof 1923, and again took a college course at Kansas State University in 1926. She taught school for six years before her manmge. She married Lawrence Allen Nondorfof Scandia at noon on Wednes- day, Oct. 24, 1928, at Manhattan, Karl. They were farmers in the Courtland and Scandia area. Myrtle worked in the Courtland Mercantile Store, and also Ernest Krohn's Bakery. She became a member of the Wel- come In Circle Club in ! 932 and served in various positions. Three children were born to Myrtle and Lawrence namely, Genevieve Mac, Eulah Kathlgen and Larry Allen. Lawrence died Feb. 25,1965. Myrtle then worked in the Nondorf Grocery Store for 13 years. She was preceded in death byher parents; her husband; and sisters,Mary Smith and Delphia Grim. Survivors include her children,Mrs. Earl Melby (Genevieve), Scandia;Mrs. Harland Johnson (Eulah), Lincoln, Neb., and Larry Nondorf, Superior; 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, at the Memorial Covenant Church in Court- land. Burial was in the Courtland Cem- etery. Leona Llby Leona Marie Liby, 69,'~ Sept. 19 at Salina Regional Health Center, Salina. She was born in Ottawa County to Clarence O. and Edna D. Welch on Nov. 3, 1933. She graduated from Minneapolis High school in 1951 and attended Brown-Mackie School of Business in Saliua. She married Rob- ert L. Liby Aug. 3, 1952. Leona was a homemaker, secre- tary, and business-owner in Minne- apolis, operating Liby Floral and later Hobby House Gifts and Furniture. She was secretary for Farm Bureau Insur- ance and Chuck Stein Chevrolet in Minneapolis; Leona re~red from business after her husband' s death in 1996. Her hob- bies included participating in commu- nity events, attending theatre events, vocal and instrumental music concerts and maintaining a flower garden. She and Bob were instrumental in starting Home Bible Class Ministries in the Minneapolis area. Leona married Clayton McNabb, Mankato, in 1999. He preceded her in death in 2002. She was also preceded in death by her son Kevin. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. c.ary Deiter (Vikki) , Odessa, Texas, and Mrs. Bill Ruhl (Cathy), Loveland, Colo.; six grandcl'dldren and two i[~at-lffandchildren; sister, Phyllis Belvill-Fifer; and brothers John and Larry Welch. Services were Sept. 22 at l~linne- almlis. AUene Splelman Beth Allene Spielman, 89, died Sept. 13 at Mitchell County Hospital Long Term Care, Beloit. She was born Nov. 19, 1913 at Jewell to Callie and Arthur Spielman. Allene graduated from Jewell High School in 193t. She was a telephone operator in f~.=veral towns in Kar~sas and Texas before working as an AT&T Traffic Operations Supervisor in New York City. in 1977 she retired and moved to Jewell where she became active in the Civic Improvement Club, Garden Club, Jewell Chamber of Commerce, the EUB Salem Methodist Church and the Jewell Christian Church. She also worked at Callie's Dry Goods in Jew- ell. Survivors include cousins and friends. Services were Sept. 18 at Jewell Christian Church with Pastor Dan Daniels officiating. Interment was in Wallace Cemetery. Arrangements were by Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jewell. We have had numerous calls from buyers needing cattle To visit about the market, feel free to call Russ Priefert Home: 402-768-6897 Barn: 402-768-6124 27 Saturday, Sept. 9 a.m. Auction Palace... E. Highway24, Beloit, Kan. Auction will include a large assortment of household items, antiq ups, a 1997 Ford 150, V6, black, 46,000 miles. The Mankato Housing Authority wilt see the following items at 11:00 a.m.: TWO Intel Pentium III 450 MMX computer systems, three years 01d; Xerox copier; Brother 770 fax machine; Cordless phone; Set of pickup ramps; Milled cedar lumber; 30-gallon lawn sprayer, pull behind; 24 storm doors; Gas .powered lawn edger. Gerald gimmer Auction and Real.Estate Beloit, Kan. 67420 Phone: (785) 738-2010 (office) - (785) 738-2133 (residence) - (785) 738-5800 (Auction Palace) or 1-800-577-7336 E.mait us at GZARE@NCKCN.COM or WWW. Z.AUCTiON-P/~LACE.COM /I Belleville 81 Lives ck Sales BellevUle, Kan. Results from Sept. lg; 942 cattle Very active market with excellent buyer attendance, In-Out state STEERS 399 117.00 455 109.75 470 113.00 493 105.00 506 109.75 524 109.75 558 108.25 599 103.00 610 104.75 626 106.00 641 104.75 646 105.50 663 107.00 676 104.50 730 101.00 731 102.75 781 99.45 796 99.00 HEIFERS 323 109.00 423 107.00 443 108.50 488 101.5O 513 102.00 508 103.75 546 100.00 557 99.25 582 100.75 586 100.75 618 94.75 663 98.00 691 97.00 717 95.00 1,013 83.75 WE WILL BE HAVING SPECIAL CALF SALES THROUGHOUT OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. PLEASE CONSIGN EARL Y!!l For more information or to consign call: Sale barn at 785-527-2258 or Barry and Angii Kerr, owners at 785-527-2870 We appreciate your businessfl