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RECORD Thursday, October 9, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 in to 148 E. Third in Superior or [11 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad For Sale Antique and i' 202 West 2nd Street, is now open seven want it, we prob- set up a booth and items into cash. 16-41-1c tar buckets and Supe- 16-40-2p has locally and perennials ready Free planting in Su- Meyer, 785-875- 16-38-4c EN: stock salt pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-ffc All brands of soft- 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc certificates, useful for now available at The 16-40-tfp vinyl letters make k snap Have yours cus- Publishing We also letter trucks. 16-12-tfp in stock or will Superior Publishing 16-20-tfp building mated- starting at $32 $42. Call for Metal In Kansas: Louisburg-800- delivery avail- 4 months free with NFL subscription. ~lsl Digital and sound. Limited sale, state fair 50 hot tubs - $1,995 video and price list Town Showcase, Lincoln, Neb., or log CESSIBLE extra additions. Menke a Wardcraft dealer, in custom-built, acces- Tax credits may be code modulars. Must in South Great ',site- Jred, mobile) web site at Camlock doors with pc- Hardwood floors will From $1,650-$2,650. or log on to web at '.com for complete specs and pric- Goods dining room set- cabinet, table with sixchalrs. can leave mes- 18-40.2p and Seed REGISTERED seed 2137, 2145, Ja~]ger, Blends available on bin run. Call Calvin 785-428-3558, cell: 21-40-5c 50, extended cab, 4x4, 25,000 miles. ,r 402- 22-39-3c BLAZER, 4- $I,000 or 22-33-tfc 1/2ton. $1,000 22-33-tfc 150, club cab pickup Automatic transmis- 3501 or 402-879-3925. 22-38-ffc AUTO A LOT Nab. BARN PHONE 785-3711-3283 zl 599 EARTH 23-41-1c Ad. Phone 24-Real Estate. SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark 24-13-ffc 26 - Notice United Rodeo Association Champi- onship Finals, Friday Oct. 10, 7 p.m., Sat. Oct 11,1 p.m.-7 p.m., Kansas Expocentre, Topeka. Tickets at door $8 for adults, $4 for 2-12-years old. For Information, call 785-297-10OO. WORLD'S LARGEST gun show, Sat- urday and Sunday OCT. 18-19, Tulsa, Okla. at fairgrounds, Saturday.,8 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Sunday.,8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wanenmacher Productions. Bring guns for sale, trade, or appraisal. Tell your fdendst Visit our web site at www.tulsaarmsshow.com. 30-Musical Instr. PERFECT FOR piano students! Rent- to-own a new or like-new digital pi- ano. Low monthly payments-No purchaserequired.See our web site at www.pianos4rent.com 36 Thank you THANKS TO family and fdends who sent cards, food and called in the loss of Fred Comer. Yoursupport is greatly appreciated. Cad, Terd, and Dawn Suchsland and Tim and Beth Shaw. 36-41-1 p WE WOULD like to thank everyone who helped in an way with our Advi- sory Board Fund-raiser. Our success depends on the generosity and ef- forts of many individuals and busi- nesses throughout our area. We ap- preciate your continued support. The Nelson Good Samaritan Advisory Board and Staff. 36-41-lc Sound board maker moving to Oaylord A Seattle, Wash., company that makes sound boards for the music in- dustry has announced plans to move its manufacturing operation into the former Gaylord grade school building. The City of Gaylord has owned the building and grounds since the school closed several years ago. The Smith County Pioneer newspaper published at Smith Center reports the sale of the building to Atelier Magnetics is ex- pected to be finalized Friday. It's a small business as far as em- ployees go, but it does a large volume of business," according to Jim Muck, a member of the Gaylord City Council. The city purchased the building with plans to use it for a warehouse. The city used two or three rooms and attempted to rent the rest. However, that action placed the building on the tax roll. Muck said with taxes the building was too costly to operate as a warehouse. The council considered tearing the building down that also proved to be too costly for the city to handle. Not wanting to let the building sit idle and deteriorate, Muck suggested the city advertise it for sale. The new owners expect the busi- ness may employ three or four people. Teens for Christ hear guardsman Kent Davis, a full-time member of Kansas Air National Guard, based at Forbes Field, Topeka, is guest speakflr for North Central Kansas Teens for Christ Rally Saturday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at Brown Grand Theater, Concordia. Davis also works with Youth Vi- sion, a ministry to teenagers based in northeast Kansas. He leads Bible stud- ies, Bible quiz teams and has worked with summer camping programs. Also on the schedule for that evening is three-on-three dodge ball for teen- agers, special music, testimonies and other activities. A freewill offering will be taken. This program is open to the public. Artists invited to 'open studio' event Courtland Arts Council is sponsor- ing open studio night at the Courtland Art Center, Courtland, Oct. 16 and 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Artists, from aspiring m experi- enced, are invited to come to the art center and bring current projects to work on during the open studio hours. Pike Valley artinstructor, Brian White, will be on hand to facilitate, pizza and beverages will be served. Admission is free and a freewill offering will be taken to cover the cost of the food. Other sponsors for this event are Kansas Arts Commission and the Na- tional Endowmem for the Arts. CCCC offers errors workshop A medical errors workshop is Sat- urday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. to4 p.m. at the Cloud County Community College Education Conference Center, Con- cordia. This workshop willexplore the com- mon causes of medical errors and do a root cause analysis. The Joint Com- mission of Accreditation recommen- dations on Sentinel Events will be re- viewed. The System and Process for Improvement will be discussed, ~he class will be instructed by Terry Siek, RN,BSN,MSN, and offers eight contact hours and halfa college credit. Obituaries Raymond Balty Raymond M. Balty, 91, Rock Is- land, Ill., formedy of Jewell County, died Sept. 27 at Trinity Medical Cen- ter, Rock Island. He was born Jan. 24, 1912, in Jew- ell County. He married Amie Bender Dec. 25,1931. He was a minister for 34 years and retired in 1974 after serving several congregations. Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Donald, Milan; three grandchil- dren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister. Services were in Coal Valley, Ill., with graveside services at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Kan. Arthur Burbage Arthur H. Burbage, 84, Belle Fourche, S.D., and formerly of Hulett, Wyo., died Sept. 15, at his home in Belle Fourche. He was born Dec. 7, 1918, in Es- ben, to Charlie and Dorothy (Mansbolt) Burbage. He graduated from Esbon High School in 1936. He helped his parents on the family farm until he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1941. He served in active duty for 30 years, serving i n WWII, Korean Conflict, and Vietnam. He married Ruth Shannon, Oct. 1, 1945. He retired in 19 71, as a sergeant major. On April 19, 1973, he married Donna Brimmer, in PoneRe, Wise. The couple moved to HuleR in May, 1978, where Art helped on the family ranch. Survivors include one daughter, Sheila Burbage, Kyle, Texas; three step-sons, Roger Brimmer, Belle Fourche, Charles West, Copperus Cove, Texas, and Donald West, El Paso, Texas; one stepdaughter, Judy Gray, Byhalia, Miss., one sister, Viola Crane, and one nephew Charles Crane, both of Burr Oak, Kan. He was presided in death by his parents and wife, Donna in 2002. Charlene Eberhart Charlene K. Eherhart, 47, Lenexa, Kan., died Oct. 4 at Lenexa. She was married to Dale Eberhart, formerly of Jewell, Karl. She was born Sept. 23, 1955, in Topeka. She was a medical manager and x-ray technician at Physicians Clinic, Leavenworth, and had worked at Research Medical Center, Kansas City, Me. Besides her husband, survivors in- clude sons Brian Welch, Tulsa, Okla., and Benjamin Welch, Olathe; her par- ents, Elmore "Bud" and Lola Cham- bers, Valley Falls; and a brother Michael Chamb~d,Valley Falls. The funeral W~Tuesd~y at Valley Falls United Methodist Church with inurnment at a later date. Patricia Lienberger Patricia Ann Lienberger, 73, Be- loll, died Oct 33 at Via Christi-St. Francis Hospital, Wichita. She was born Feb. 19, 1930, at Oak Park, Ill., to Frank and Hazel (HackeR) Moser. She graduated from high school in Lake Geneva, Wis. She moved to Salina in 1952. She married James W. "Red" Lienberger at Jewell Jan. 11, 1953. They lived on a farm southwest of Jewell until 1978 when they moved to Beloit. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Jewell and a 50- year member of Order of the Eastern Star. Her hobbies included knitting, crafts aad bird watching. She was preceded in death by her ~arents and a grandson, Michael Scott ienberger. Survivors, besides her husband, in- clude a daughter, Mrs. Steve Hillman (Karen), Cheney, Kan.; a son, Scott Lienberger, Jeweil; two brothers, Rob- err Moser, Arvada, Colo., and Richard Moser, Webster, Wis.; and seven grandchildren. The funeral was Tuesday at United Methodist Church, Beloit, with Pastor Ken Parkerofficiating.Memorial ritual was by Port Chapter No. 55, Order of Eastern Star. Interment was in Jewell Cemetery. Arrangements were by McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service, Beloit. Garrett Phillips Oarrett Ivan "Ikey" Phillips, 90, son of Wilford Orson and Flora "Flossie" Mac Rose Phillips was born on the family farm in Athens Town- ship, Jewell County, on June 13, 1913. He died after a long illness Saturday at the Long Term Care Unit of the Mitch- ell County Hospital, Beloit, Kan. Garrett attended the Harmony Grade School near his home. It was there that he met his future wife, Dorothea Pearl Braden. He graduated from Athens Rural High School in tim Class of 1931. During the depression years he was involved with the Civilian Con- servation Corps camp near Ionia. He later attended a diesel operators course at the American Technical Institute in Des Moines, Iowa. In 1937, he married Dorothea. This union was blessed with three children Larry, Rollyn and Terry. They lived on several farms, later moving to Jewell where he sewed as city marshall. In 19~3 they moved to the E. J. Kent farm in the Athens Community. He was a memberoftheloniaUnited Methodist Church and trustee for Ath- ens Township. He was preceded in death by his parents, one son, Larry Phillips, in 1998; one brother, Glenn Phillips, two sisters, Violet Cooper and Cleo Lee; one grandson and one great-grand- daughter. Survivors include his wife, Dorothea, Hilltop Apartments, Beloit; two sons, Rollyn, Little River, Kan.; Terry, Scott City; seven grandchil- dren, 19 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Interment was in Ionia Cemetery, Ionia, Karl. Hollie Rice Hollie Rice, 65, died Sept. 30 at Mitchell County Long Term Care where she had been a resident give years. She was born Dec. 18, 1937, in Cawker City, Kan., to Meiborne Earl and Florence (Heath) Taylor She married Dwane Rice May 13, 1957, in Beloit. He survives. Hoilie worked several years for Kibbe's Kennels. Herhobbiesincluded drawing, crafts, camping and fishing. Hoilie was preceded in death by a son, Dwane Jr., a sister, Arloa Moore, and three brothers, Donald, Melborne Jr. and Charles. Surviving besides her husband of Jewell, am a son, Milburn, Newton; a daughter, Kathleen Mallory, Jewell; two sisters, JoAune Smith, McPherson, and Betty Henderson, Clay Center, and five grandchildren. Etta May Runyon ERa May Runyon, 88, Centerview, Mo., died Sunday at the Country Club Care Center, Warrensburg, Mo. She was born on April 22, 1915, in Rice County, Kan., the daughter of Walter E. and Edith (Jones) Vamey. June l, 1947, she and Noel Ray Runyon were married in Lyons, Kan. He preceded her in death on Nov. 28, 2002. Mrs. Runyon was a graduate of the Lyons High School and received a degree from McCook College, McCook, Neb., in 1978. She was a homemaker and a member of the Nazarene Church of Columbia, Mo. Survivors include three sons> Ed Olathe, Bill, Centerview, Mo., and Ti m~.,-- ,,~l~tu', IrOn; 14 grandchildren and three-great-grandchildren. Two sons, Ron Runyon, Aug. 1991, and Jerry Runyon, May 20, 1978; one brother, Arthur Varney, in 1990; ; two sisters, Aiic, Conrad in 1992 and Grace Hartman in 1998; and one great-grand- son, preceded her in death. Services will he held at l I a.m., Friday at the Sweeney-Phillips & Hoidren Funeral Home, Warrensburg, Mo. The Rev. Bill Runyon will offici- ate. A second funeral service will be- held 1 p.m. Saturday at the Burr Oak Church of the Nazarene, Burr Oak. The Reverends Bill Runyon and Francis Runyon will officiate. Burial will be in the Burr Oak Cemetery. Euniee Taylor Eunice E. Taylor, 85, Concordia, died Sept. 26 at Mount Joseph Senior Village, Concordia. She was born Sept. 24. 1917, at rural Webber to Jess and Zatha (Davidson) Wilson. She married Dale Taylor June 12, 1938, at Belleville. He survives, along with a daughter, Mrs. Bruce Hopkins (Kay), San Diego. Private graveside services were .Sunday at Webber Cemetery with Fa- ther Richard Brooks, officiating. Nutter Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. Studies indicate that by age 12. half of all children have played with fire. Males are nearly twice as likely as femalesto have played with fire. Children from low-income fami- lies am at greater risk for fire-related death and injury, due to factors such as a lack of working smoke alarms, sub- standard housing, use of alternative heating sources and economic con- straints on providing adequate adult supervision. In 2000, 561 children ages 14 and under died in residential fires. Nearly 56 percent of these children were ages four and under. Each year, nearly 40.000 children ages 14 and under are injured by fires in the home. Local workmen Rick and Trent Lehrling, Mankato, work at shingling the roof of the Lutheran Chumh, Mankato. Me s School Oct. 13 through Oct, 17 Randall Elementary Breakfast Monday: Cereal, donuts,julY, milk. Tuesday: Sausage, blueberry pan- cakes, juice, milk. Wednesday: Cereal, toast, juice, milk. Thursday: Ham, hash browns, toast, juice, milk. Friday: Scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, juice, milk. Lunch Monday: Taco burgers, tri taters, corn, strawberries, milk. Tuesday: Beef and noodles, mashed potatoes, rolls, carrots, oranges, milk. Wednesday: Tuna and macaroni, peas, cottage cheese, pumpkin bread, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Hot dogs, bun, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, pears, milk. Friday: Chicken pot pie, green beans, deviled eggs, milk, peaches, cookies. White Rock Monday: No school. Tuesday: Beef and bean burrito. potato chips, peas, apricots, pudding, milk. Wednesday: Ham and cheese roll, French fries, green beans, pineapple tidbits, applesauce brownie, chocolate milk. Thursday: Hamburger gravy, whipped potatoes, carrot stick, banana, wheat roll, milk. Friday: No school. Salad served daily. ~lankato Elementary Monday: No school. Tuesday: Chicken fried steak, iI gll~ Courthouse News Jewell County . Accidents About 1:30 p.m. last Wednesday two vehicles collided at intersection of the Highways 36 and 14. According to the accident report, Delbert Stevenso, 95, Mankato, driv- ing a 1983 Plymouth, had stopped and then preceded onto Highway 36. James Owens, 40, Atchinson, driving a west bound 1990 Jaguar, attempted to avoid the accident but his car was struck by the Plymouth in the right rear fender. Deer were blamed for several re- cent accidentS'~n Jewell County. About 8 p.m:last Monday, a 1995 Ford Windstar van driven by Wendy Harris, Burr Oak, was west bound on County Road X, one mile west of White Rock Road, when a deer struck the vehicle. A similar accident happened about 30 minutes earlier on Highway 14, about one-half mile north of Highway 36. Avis Isaac, reported a north bound 1997 Buick was struck by a deer run- ning onto the roadway. Thursday a deer ran onto a county road one mile east of Northbranch and into the path of a 1991 Chrysler driven by Ernest Childers, Esbon. The acci- dent happened about 8:45 p.m. The car'S ho~l, grill and radiator support bracket were damaged. Marriage Lieences Jeffery Thomas Mathieson, Blue Grass, Iowa, and Shawna Deon Dempsey Dempsey, Irving, Texas. Jeromey J. St. John, McPherson, and Angela Sue Johnson, McPherson. Traffic Chris F. Gower, Jeweil, speeding, 78-60, $138. Jury Trials Scheduled: Jury Trials Scheduled For District Court, Mankato, October 15 and 16, State Of Kansas vs Alvin Arnold; Oc- tober 23 and 24, State Of Kansas vs Jeramy Latin. District Court JUly trials scheduled inclvdc: Oct. 15 and t(, State of Kansas v~. Alvin Arnold; Oct. 23 and 24, State of Kan- sas vs. Jeramy Laflin. This week's report from the Hqnkqto Livestock Commission o., inc. Report for Oct. 3 9 Clw01ab hei~rs 512 8 Ciw0tlb bls 598 14 Blade& BWF stee~ 441 11 Bla~ & BWF heifem 436 2O Red & Black Gelbv. steers 651 21 Red & Black C.,eibv. heifers 616 ] 13 Black & BWF steers 536 10925 95.00 [17 Blad(&BWFheifers 512 106~ 94.25 73 Mixed Heifers 678 10225 115.00 01der bred cows 525upl0 770.00 107.50 Younger bred cows 650@1o850.00 103.50 Fallpairs (5 & 6.yr.01d Simmentals) 1,000,00 95.50 Fall pairs (2 & 3.yr.01d red and black) 1,140,00 Consignments for Friday, Oct. 10 100 mixed struts and he~ers, 700-725; 21 mixed steers, 650; 22 Gell~eh stem, 600; 36 Back and BWF steers and heifers; 30 mixed heifers, 725-750; 59 m0stly black steers and heifers, 675-750; 25 black and BWF heists, 750; 50 Registered bred ~lrdeh cows {dispmal for 810/ Blue Gebvieh); Three 2 axl 3-year.old Gelbvieh bulls; 18 mixed older bred cows; Nine older black pairs; 12 cows, bred Spring; 9 black cows, bred Spring; 50 Gelbvieh steers and heifers, 500-600, CONSIGNED FOR FRIDAY, OCT. 17 (Customer Appreclatlon Day. Hamburger Dinner) Ayers Ranch: 240 Blat and BWF stem md heifers, 550-650; 70 Black and BWF steers and heifers, 500~50 35 Bladt ~1BWF stem and heif~, 500-600; 45 FIll and black steem an~ he~rs, 500-550 Andy Montgomery, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785.545.8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984-9545 Jon Russell, Reldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Reldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785.545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 _ I i Criminal Brock Shadduck, Beloit. Court i, Contributing to a child's misconduct. Count 2, Contributing to a child's mis- conduct. Count 3, purchase or con- sumption of alcoholic beverage by a minor. Count 4. Driving in violation of license restrictions. Served. Limited Civil Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. vs. Leslie Shannon Moore and Bran- don Moore. Served. mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, peas, applesauce, milk. , Wednesday: Taco salad, pineapple chunks, cinnamon rolls, milk. Thursday: Shrimp shapes, baked potato, broccoli/cheese, banana br~ad, milk, shape ups. Friday: Chicken nugget, mashed potatoes, peas, bread, milk, frit pizza. Mankato Jr-Sr High Monday: No school. Tuesday: Pork pattie, cheescy pota- toes, broccoli, pumpkin bread, apple- sauce, milk. Wednesday: Soft tacos, rice, canta- loupe, milk, chocolate peanut butter chip cookie. Thursday: Chicken fries, mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, cucumber, milk, strawhert'y shortcake. Friday: Runza burger, French fries, pears, milk, carrot cake. and 10. in Block 62, original townsite of City of Jewell City. Jerry L. Massey and Candy Massey to Dorothy E. Sjolander and Michael Peters, a tract of land in the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 21, Township 3 S, Range 6W. LeRoy D. Meier and Donna M. Meier to Michael Moseley and Franki L. Moseley, Lots 51 and 52, Block 27. in Case Addition to City of Mankato, Domestic Jolene Caner and Russell Caner to M ................... , , ~JoelElkins, Lo~6andtheS32h of Lot elooee uartscn allot~ ~nomas 5 in"lock ...... " t~ tu ongmal townslte of the Bansch, petition for decree'ofdivorce. ' Register Of Deeds City of Mankato Norman E. Smuck and Veima L. Smuck to James T. Gillett and Kim- berly A. Gillett, NW 1/4 of Section !. Township ! S, Range 10W. Eunice Ells and Gerald R. Ells to Emmett G. Rothchild and lva M. Rothchild, trustees of the Emmett G. Rothchild and Ira M. R0thchild Revo- cable Living Trust, Part of the SE 1/4 of Section 16, Township 3S, Range 8W. Nela K. Huntsinger, formerly Nela K. Johnson to Shelli A. Kuhlmann, Lots 3,4,5 and 6, in Block 27. original townsite of Mankato. The United State of America, act- ing throughthe UISDA to Penelope L. Surmeier. Lots 34, 35, 36 in Block. 28, Case Addition to the City of Mankato, Carroll G. Everist and Dixie L. Everist to David W. Ault and Linda D. Ault, Lots 8,9 and 10, in Block 30, in ,the original townsite of the City of Mankato. Robert. L. McCune and Janice D. McCune to Randie D, Slate and Julie Ann Slate, Lot I l, except the S 70 ft. and all of lots 6 and 7, all in Block I of l~Wright's Addition to the City of Mankato and S I/2 of that part of Harwood Avenue adjacent to and north of the above described property. Raymond L. Winkler and Sherry M. Winkler to Roger Howland, LoLs 9 Charles Robison and Judith Robison: Delton Robison and Belinda Robison; and Doyle Robison and Linda Robison to John E. Robison and Joan E. Robison, SE 1/4 of Section 23, Township 2S, Range 6W. Susan E. Loosen and David J. Krittenbrink, co-trustees of the Rose Eresch Culp Trust 2 to LOTOCKA LI.C, of Kingfisher Co., State of Okla- homa; SE 1/4 of Section 33, Township 5S, Range 6W and The NW 1/4 of Section 34. Township 5S, Range 6W. Coral Ann Tegley and Richard Tegley; Paul Matter and Carole A. Matter to Paul Matter and Carole A. Matter, the E !/2 of the W 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 34, Township 5S, Range 8W. Children in homes without smoke alarms are at greater risk of fires and fire-related death and injury. Children age five and under, repre- senting nine percent of the population yet more,than 17 percent of all fire- related deaths in the home. are more than twice as likely to die in a fire as the rest of the population. Male children have a higher rate of fire-related death and injury than fe- male children. Sunday, Oct. 19 12:30 p.m. _ Mankato Armory, Kan. ,AND GOLF CAR: 19508N Ford Tractor with loader, Elect~ G0tf Cart. LAWN BOWER: John Deers ridin9 re, Owe; as weed trimmer, HOI:I~E AND SADDLE: Gentle broke mare; New pony saddle, Horse tack- new and used. ~ Wooden bunk.bed4ike new:, Bond ladroom set-double bed wilh two dressers and mirr~ Dark bedroom set-double head board with dresser and mirroc Ft~ize bed ~ dressers; Queen and full. size mattresses; T~in bed; Bed railing; White dmser, Wood dressy, Tall wooden dresser, Kitchen table with four maim; Wood ~abls ~ ~r coa~r chairs; W O~:tm chairs; Several ~ ~ ~ kitchen chairs; Two and three-drawer te cabinets; Many ~ sto0~ /~=TI011ES ~ ~ES: Two ant/que ~x)d~n ~; CI0th r0dmr, a~ ~ R0ll.t0p desk; 01d we0d 00k at0ve.0~ (0vet 60 years 0~1); Tin train set c~Lemicc~rs~si Old Avon ~ogne^.l~ v~h original boxes; Antique tea maker;, Glass butter chum; Red W~ jars; Amque toys; u~ wo00en ooom with ~ handles; Books; Handmade quilts; Collectible ~0~dF~r lamps; G01d, 50~ Annwemam/tea set; 01d picture frames: Antique ceiling light fixtures; Metal lawn cr~rs; snarper~ stone; Many 0td wmnche ~; Ch~slms dec0ratk~s; Numerous old milk and pop ~ A&W gallon jars; Canning jam; Hunlk~ knives; Old ~ bits, TOOLS: Craftsman radial arm saw: wheels; Two sets of g01f dubs; Pr0~a~e cook stove. Polaroid camera, CB equil~ent; Crut~s and eanas; Ree ~xtinguishers: large ~s~rtrr~nt of dis~s, pros and pans, bake ware; Numerous bed spreads, b~nkets and or u00ers num~r. ~ property at bidder's risk when bid off. All prop~ sold in its as is~ cor~tion. No properly reaved unlil sellled ~, Not mslxmsible for aeddenls. AH ar~ day ol sale ~e pmeedep~ mar Tatar, ~dh:#m, Lmm mow md Imm wlU I~ sad a ~ p..m, : Mankato, Kan. Cod, , rmy, Auctloneer i IRemmder... Bird and Anlmal Auction I Saturda Oct. 25 ' 1 m Y, P. . l Jewell County Fairgrounds Mankato, Kan. !