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Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad IDENTIAL, commercial Electnc, Byron, 402- 10-14-tfc :k Gordon Murray, Phone 785-378-3723. 12-15-ffc ;E IH combine, 2,540 1989, 20-foot 1020 plat- 1997, 8160 New Hol- 1,902 hours, 402-879- 13-39-4c L brand groin cad, 500 excellent condi- ,136.13-39-3c tractor, 28 HP, 3- 4x4, $8,995--plus delivery! ,2-cyinder, 14x4, loader, $6,950). Other :1 pdces. Dealerships avail- Calendar OCT. 22, 10 a.m., Armory in Mankato, windmills, gas pump, collectibles, antique fumi- modem fumi- miscellaneous household, Decker. Mikkelsen Real Auction in charge. 14-40-3c NOV. 8, 11 a.m., Five one mile nodh and 1/2 f, Nob. Selling farm and miscellaneous for Mikkelsen Real in charge. 14-40-6c It Makes and Sense ' Auction at the Auction House so your items are the weather auction house g plan commission plan consignments to attract morn buyers seating for the buyers stand at Auction site auction house nt within of each month sale dates as needed auction staff ' Three auctioneers way to sell and Well Do It All Auction House 402-879-3082 PERFORMANCE Foun- Home-Paint Sale, OCt. 11, Alta Vistac Kan- homes, 53 weanlings, Kind,' Picture Cata- trtunities IRITY disability claims; and Saunders, Attomeys No recovery-no fee! Call )RTUNITY! $11-$33 per Training provided. No required. For more infer- 866-621-2384 Extension Credit not per- a new home with our proven ram. C6mplete fi- qualified with a $40,000 Call today 1-800-830- on the web at NT AND postal jobs- lcement: Now hinng up Full and pad-time peal- and training for appli- information. 800-573-' P357, 8 a.m.-11 p.m., week. MISSOURI WELDING Institute, Inc. Certified pipe and structural welder. Eam top pay in 18 weeks. Many companies seek our graduates. Call 800-667-5885. KANSAS ARMY National Guard, Pad- time positions available. Get skills to put your career on track. We offer free training, college money, steady pay. Call 800-432-2447 or visit us on the web at www.ks.ngb.army.mil. SALES MANAGERS-one of the high- est paid jobs in Amenca. Highly suc- cessful national company. Will train. We provide appointments. Call Don, 800-322-4103 or e-mail to donburk@ vencommcorp.com. CASH now forstructured settlements, annuities, and insurance payouts. Call 800-794-7310. J.G. Wentworth... JG Wentworth means cash now for struc- tured settlements!~! 16-Misc. For Sale EMPTY, FIVE-gallon tar bu6kets and wood pallets to give away. The Supe- rior Express. 16-40-2p SUPERIOR GROWERS has locally grown shrubs and perennials ready for fall planting. Free planting in Su- penor. Call Nate Meyer, 785-875- 3002. 16-38-4c FULLY AUTOMATIC Culligan Water Softener-cash and carry-only $695. Delivery available, call for details, 800- 544-9092. 16-38-3c PUMPKINS, FALL decor, winter squash, cabbage, sweet potatoes, gourds, Fami!y Fun Weekend, Oct. 4 and 5, Pnces Produce add Pumpkin Patch. 402-879-3340. 1"6-40- lc ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stocksalt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 1 6-49-tfc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc BLANK GIFT cedificates, useful for any business, now available at The Supenor Express. 16-40-tfp PRE-SPACED vinyl letters make sign making a snap. Have yours cus- tom made by Supedor Publishing Co.. phone 402-879-3291. We also make signs and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp QFFICE S UPPI.IE~ in *~tot~k.oJ" willo special order. Su~r Publishing Company. 16-20-ffp 16-Misc. For Sale NEW AND USED Rollermills for wet or dry mile and corn, PTO or electric. Call us at 800-382-0106. Nodh Cen- tral Steel Co., Minneapolis, Kan. No. 1 1/2x24-inch medium cedar shakes- $17 a bundle. Great buyl Call Spec in KCK. 913-2626-0505. FREE 3-ROOM DirecTV system, in- cluding installtion. Four months free programming with NFL subscnption. Access 225 plus TV channels! Digital quality picture andsound. Limited time offer. 800.217-4578. HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer. specializing in custom-built, acces- sible housing. Tax credits may be available. 800-383-9090. STEEL ROOFING building mated- als. Galvanized steel starting at $32 square, painted at $42. Call for cata- log. Western Metal, in Kansas: Hays 800-770-2725; Louisburg 800-489- 4100. Statewide delivery available. SHIPPING CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 or 48x8.5x9.5. Camlock doors with pe- nmeter seals, hardwood floom will support forklift, $1,650-$2,650. Call 785-655-9430 or visit our web site at www.chuckhenry.com for complete web listing, photos, specs, pricing. STEEL BUILDINGS Salel Strong, versatile,and dependableHI Log on at www.sentinelbuildings.com. Buy di- rect and save!I! Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790, Extension No. 79. 18-Household Goods FOR SALE: Oak dining room set- hutch with china cabinet, table with two leaves, formica-topped, six chairs. Call 402-879-4632, can leave mes- sage. 18-40-2p 21-Feed and Seed FOR IMMEDIATE sale-approximately 200 small square alfaffa bales. Fourth cutting still on the trailer, ready for delivery. 402-236-8657. 21-40-1c CERTIFIED, REGISTERED seed wheat for sale: 2137, 2145, Jagger, Kad 92, Wesley. Blends available on request. Cleaning bin run. Call Calvin Bohned, Jewall, 785-428-3558, cell: 785-738-7589. 21-40-5e SEED WHEAT for sale. Edgar Buescher, Lawrence, Nob. 402-756- 7971. 21-38-3c RON TICE Seed is taking ordain for codified seed wheat. Bulk only, rea- sonable pdces. Jagger 2137, Kad 92, 2145, Tinge. Call 785-738-3111 or 0165. 21-33-8c 22-Vehicles 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- 36-Thank you THE FAMILY of Mable Eitzmann wishes to thank fnends, relatives and neighbom for the prayers, cards, food, flowers, memorials and other acts of kindness. Also, thanks to the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Women for the lunch. Special thanks to Dr. Holt, Charlotte Peake, Dick Paige, Belleville Hospital and the Belleville Health Cam Center. Thanks to Rev. Daryl Nelson and PMA Connie Raess for th air words of comfort dudng this time. Oscar Eitzrnann, Wayne and Lode Eitzmann, Virgil and Marge Eitzmann, Stanley and Joyce Eitzmann, Myron and Mamha Eitzmann and families. 36-40-1c THE FAMILY of Bruce Corrick thank you special friends for the acts of kindness dunng our loss. Bernice also thanks you for the kindness you have given to her dunng her illness. God bless. 36-40-1c FROM A happy head, I wish to thank all who planned and those who came to my 90th birthday reception on Sept. 20, and to those who called, sent cards and flowers. Their kind and loving messages I shall treasure al- ways. Gertrude Shuck Skinner. 36-40-1c MARCILE IMLER, Hardy, would like to thank all the family and friends that made her 80th birthday extra specialt Thank you. 36-40-1p Obituaries Raymond Balty Raymond M. Baity, 91, Rock Is- land, II!:, formerly of Jewell County, died Sept. 27 in Trinity Medical Cen- ter, Rock Island. Services were at 2 p.m. Monday at Trimble Funeral Home. Coal Valley, I!1. Visitation is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. today (Thursday) at Melby Mortuary, Mankato, with graveside services at 1 !:30 a.m., ifi Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak. Inez Flinn Inez Crystal Flinn, 88, a resident of The Dalles, Ore., died at a local care facility Sept. ! 5, 2003. She was born Sept. 15. 1915, in Jewell County Kansas, the youngest of eight children to William and Laura (Rogers) Ritter. She grew up and gradu- ated.from high school in Esbon, Kan. She attended teacher's college at Fort Hays State College in Hays, Kan., then taught in a one-room school in Kansas. She married Bill Kniesteadt on May wheel drive, runs good. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc 26, 1936, in Mankato, Kan., and they moved to The Dallas in 194"/i She 1979CHEVROLET PICKUP, 1/2ton. worked with her husband at the L-qlS- Runs good. Good school truck. $1 ,(XI0"/~Ty Club until they-started Bill' s Co- or best offer. 402-879-3763. nay Island Diner on the West End of 22-33-ffc town. She was a substitute teacher for 1994 FORD F-150, club cab pickup schools in Wasco County for many with Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- years and was a police matron for five sion. 402-879-3501 or 402-879-3925. yearsin the late ! 960s. She later worked $2,500. 22-38-tfc as a full time reading teacher for Mosier Schools. After her retirement she worked part-time at the Wasco County - The Dallas Library until age 85. HOSKINS AUTO She was an auxiliary member of'the American" Legion. Eagles and Moose Lodge and was past president of the SALES Emblem Club. She enjoyed her fam- ily, bingo and playing cards. DRIVEA LITTLEANDSAVE Inez is survived by her son. Jake Kniesteadt and his wife, Pam. Gervais; A LOT her daughters. Martha Kniesteadt and ...... Ti~ 6, Hastings Ave. her husband, Ernie Kih~~ Flhstings, Nab. and Elaine Kniesteadt, (3~ktle Rock, Colo.; six grandchildren, Jenny, Katie, Lisa, Joe, Dana and Jeffi great-grand- Phone 402-463-1466 children Jacob and Gabriella and close Phone 402-743-2255 friend, Arlene Wilkinson, The Dalles. 22-10-1fe A celebration of life with Moose 23-Recreational rites was held at The Dallas Moose Lodge Sept. 27. HONDA TRX350-$3,699 Private interment was at The Dalles HONDA BEST ON EARTH IOOF Cemetery with Spencer. Libby Garbers 402-729-2294 & Poweli Funeral Home in care of 23-39-1c arrangements. Remembrances may be made to the 24-Real Estate wasco County- The Dailes Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles, Ore. 97058. (P~! obituary) Daryl Haegert SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-tfc 30-Musical Instr. PERFECT FOR PIANO STUDENTSI Rent-to-Own a new or like new digital piano. Low monthly payments - No purchase required. www.pianos4rent.com Think twice before you throw it away! Sell it with a Classified Ad. Phone 402-879-3291. (For boats, cars and etC,) . Available at all three sites: 10 X 24-foot 10 x 26-foot $45 per month Daryl L. Haegert. 68, Garnett. died Sept. 17 at Lawrence Memorial Hospi- tal, He was born Nov. 7,1934. in Esbon. to A.O. Haegert and Ethel Noreen SIoan Haegert. He grew up in Lebanon. graduating from Lebanon High school III in 1952. He received a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University in 1956 a master's degree in 1963. He received his doctorate from the University of Kansas in 1971. He was a teacher, principal and superintendent at vari- ous schools in Kansas from 1957 until he retired in 1992, at which time he moved to Garnett. Daryl married JeAnne Rundell at Manhattan Sept. 3, 1955. He was preceded in death by his parents. Besides his wife, survivors include two ~ons, Dirk Haegert, Emporia, and Dan n Haegert, Torrance, Carl f.; daugh- ter, Jo Green, Roeland Park; brother, Daniel Haegert, Esbon; and three grandchildren. Services were at First United Meth- odist Church, GarneR, with the Rev. Gale E. Mack officiating. Burial was at Sweet Home Cemetery, Lebanon. Jack Haskins Jack J. Haskins, 69, Winsted, Conn., died Sept. 25 at home. He was born Sept. 1, 1934, in For- moso, the son of the late Mable (Greenberg) and Joel Haskins. He grew up in Kansas and attended local schools before graduating from Empo- ria State Teach&s College. Local survivor is his uncle, George Greenberg, Mankato. Other survivors are his wife of 37 years, Sheila (Mooney) Haskins, a daughter, Astrid (Haskins)Robitaille and a granddaugh- ter. He was predeceased by a son, Joel E. Haskins. He was employed in the insurance industry, retiring from American States Insurance Company in 1996. He was a member of Kiwanis Club. Rotary Club and Church of Christ. Barbara Moralez Barbara L. Moralez, 54, Denver, died Sept: !6. The daughtergf Herbert Ross and Carol Brindle Ross Johnson, was born near Formoso. March 17. 1949. She graduated from Mankato High School with the Class of 1967. She was preceded in death by her father, Herbert Ross, and a grand- nephew, Ryan. Survivors include her husband, Ri- chard Moralez, Denver; mother, Carol Johnson, Courtland. two sisters, Laura Ross. Denver, and Pat Nielander, Belleville; and her step-mother, Char- lotte Pounds. Shawnee. Clarence Simmons Clarence Junior Simmons. 66, the ~,, ~,f Clarence E. and Helen A. (Stcphcns) Simmons, was born Feb. 23.1937. at Mankato. He died Thurs- day at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior. Raised on a farm west of Burr Oak. he attended school in Burr Oak. He enlisted in the United States Navy on You will love this home and its sixties price range. 1,717 ~kluare Feet of our # 1 9A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, October 2, 2003 March 14, 1958, and was honorably discharged June 28, 1963. He married Alma Joann Vader March 18, 1977, at Smith Center. He was a truck driver for George Brothels Trucking, Sutton. Preceding him in death were his parents and one brother, Don Simmons. Survivors include his wife, Joann, Nelson, his children, Vickie Simmons, Fay Simmons, Tina Simmons, Ronal~... Simmons and Sam Simmons, all Of California; Julie Weber, Nelson; Jen- nifer Simmons, Guide Rock; Jeff Vader, Nelson; Treva Shorts, Supe- rior; and Randy Vader, Profit Point, Texas; brothers and sisters, Paul Simmons, Porterville, Calif.; Calvin Simmons, Amarillo, Texas; Mrs. Bm:.e McCullough (Margaret), Superior; Martha Smith, Hastings; Ila Rohla, Mankato; Sharon Brown, Hastings; Mrs. Terry Vincent (Carol), Las Ve- gas, Nev., and Betty Gonzela, St. Petersberg, Fla.; 13 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services were held Saturday, from the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel in Superior, with Pastor Leslie Warner officiating. Interment was in the Mt. Hope Cem- etery, Mankato, with full military rites by Ft. Riley Honor Guard. Hollie Rice Hollie Fay Rice, 65, Jewell, Kan., died Sept. 30. She was the wife of Dwane Rice. Her son is Milburn Wayne and her daughter is Kathy Malory, Jewell. The funeral will be Monday at the Harrison-Deneke Funeral Home, Be, loft, with Rev. Ken Parker officiating. Burial will be at the Prairie Grove Cemetery, Cawker City, following the service. Visitation will be Sunday, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Daniel Trickey Daniel Rawlins Trickey died unex- , pectedly Sept. 22, at Clara Barton Hospi- tal, Hoisington, Kan. Born April 14, 1952, in Fort Riley, Kan., he was the son of Ralph Eiwood Tric~,-y ~md Marion Louise Lesher. He graduated from Denver West High School in 1970. On Janu- ar] 24, 1974 he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior and began a lifelong walk in the Glory of God. He began working in the printing industry at age 13 and after graduation, he continued in that occupation. On May 7.1976, he married Chris- tine Kay Hancock in Denver. To this union were born two children, Eliza- beth Ann and Paul Daniel. Daniel's career took him to Hays in 1978 where he began working for Printcraft Printers. He and Christine also established a wedding and portrait photography business in Hays. In 1989 the Lord led Daniel and Christine to Great Bend where he con- Hungry Heart Soup Kitchen in 1996. In 1991 he also beeam.qti, trninister in the Crossroads Four*atu~-t~ommu. nity Church in Hoisington. Two years later he was appointed senior pastor of this congregation where he served un- til his death. Daniel believed in reaching out to everyone to bring the message of the Lord's goodness and glory. This belief was put into action in his daily man- agement and hands-on work at the Hungry Heart Soup Kitchen At the time of his death he also served as manager of Lasting Life Ministries. In addition, he was treasurer for the Hoisington Ministerial Alliance and was an active member of the Christian Motorcycle Association. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, desktop publishing, computer graph- ics and was a devofed fan of the Denver Broncos. Daniel's love for his family was only overshadowed by his love for Christ. He was a dedicated husband and father who served as a partner to Christine in all aspects of their home life and parenting. He knew he was blessed by his family and did not hide his joy in them. Daniel also developed a special relationship with Christine's parents and sisters and they thought of him as a son and brother. Daniel was a servant and faithful friend to all and he touched hundreds of lives in his short 51 years. All were better people for having known him and by following his example. But foremost, he was a slave to the ambi- tion of the Lord Jesus Christ. Besides his wife of Great Bend, survivors include daughter Elizabeth and husband, Mike Schneiweis, and their children Curtis Michael and Cierra Dawn, Great Bend; a son Paul, of the home; his father Ralph, Denver; thr6e sisters-in-law and their husbands; a niece and two nephews, man~ cousins and a host of loving friends. He was preceded in death by. his mother in 2001, a brother, Marcus Ralph in 1994, and an infant brother Glenn Everett. Services were Thursday at First As- sembly of God Church, Great Bend. Officiating were Pastor Loren Houltberg,PastorMike Stw~nider and Pastor Mike Joiner. A graveside cer- emony and interment were at Pleasant View Cemetery, rural Jewell County. Charter Funeral Home, Great Bend, and Melby Mortuary, Mankato are in charge ofarr.angements. In lieu of flow- ers memorials can be made to the Last- ing Life Ministries. P.O. Box 844, Great Bend, KS 67530 and the Foursquare Missions Press, 11661 Firestone Bou- levard, Norwalk, CA 90650. (Paid obituary) More than 43 percent of residential fire-related deaths among children ages 9 and under occur when the child is attempting to escape, is unable to act or is acting irrationally. Although an es-. cape plan may help to reduce these deaths, 0nly 26 percent of households have developed and practiced a plan. Advertising makes any good busi- ness larger. tinued his occupation in the printing industry. In 1991 he transitioned into The hardest job we know is trying ministries of benevolence which grew ...... to tm =mparuat intothe Lastin Life Ministries and the Belleville 81 Uvestock Sales Belleville, Kan. Special calf sale Friday, Oct. 3 Early listings 25 Black heifers, 700 25 Black and red calves, 400-600 19 Black calves, 400-500 15 Crossbred calves, 400.500 30 Crossbred calves, 450-600 23 Crossbred calves, 500-600 116 Black black/whitefa.ce calves, 400-550 and many more For more information or to oonsign calh Sale bam at 785-527-2258 or Barry and Angii Kort, owners at 785-527-2870 We appreciate your business// For Prompt Removal Of Dead Cattle and Horses Please call Frank at: C&3 By-Products: 1-800-919-8360 6 Day Service 7 Day- 24 Hour Free Removal of Cattle Phone Service e**r=. 402-279-2415 or 402-705-0030 ltolne with Y'OU I~ II/RI~I $50 Charge per horse =lid , Frank & Cindy Swendroski - Owners and Operators - Hastings, Neb. i , Agent for Nebraska By-Products- Leximjton, Neb. " O ' IL i STEEL SIDING I Be a part of the team that s~ves f r ~ , A, II Major Brands / STARTING WAGE. $8.00 | This week's report from the ~ca.ReplacementWindows. Shutters. Roofing __,,nkato Liv_ Commission o.. Int. ! Itmme te oper g for pr uc o pe o. I ~",MATES-INSURED lan extensive benefits package that is unmatched m the area. I ~bred heifers565 100.251 Le~sinam~l'21nstaN~llatic~"un !Applyinpersn'Mnday-Friday'8a'm''5p'm' I ' 4 pens with capacity of 80.130 head each ~715" 1051;51 Fr ~ 888-260-1400 / Guaranteed 45-hour weeks (overt/me over 40) I * Good.drainage25 per head per dayand wind protection 1~;fOrs 0351~ixed steers 740103.009~,i~il I Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health Insurance I Background your calves for later sale lgBl~ ;~i;~1 I Profit Sharing Retirement Package I or bring your corn in and finish out ..... : ....... 5ZS : ................ . , d " - | e PaidHolidays " I *Have2Oaeresoffieldwithfreshwaterandhaytodylotcows Can run 300 plus head of calves on grass program then finish out '11~._' ~_~'. ~ ........... III I Paid Vacation " I Deweese Area * Gary Skalka 402-262-2302 IllCon v, : 50registered Ili / I bulls. of | Peterson Industries,/nc. i lllo= S':AppmlatIn DeY: S ha'"sa'w" r 'ar sa' and'm I11 ,hler, Nob., / .. ~ East Highway 361 IIt~'~"~" "'~"-1tl accepting applications It ~e Medication Aidl ~f ~ur Med Aide ::'" I " ~' tion required. -.: . t~ We have h numerous calls from ~'oneer, Mobile402.984.9545 | Informatlon, call buyers needing cattle I ~~6Jo5 "1 rl or Mary To visit about the market, feel free to call Russ Priefert ~m 8-3327, M~'~ Z0S-~.~Z~ i 365-7237 Notice: We do pro-employment drug I screening. J~remy Nelson, 785-374-4277 . Home. 402-768-6897 Barn: 402-768-6124 I S=onG~.~s,~.MoU~ zs~.5,~2 I l , [ I i!