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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, October 23, 2003 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 lENT AND postal jobsll ) to $47,578. Full or part- Benefits and training and information. 800- a weekl Credit not per- new home with- If you're plus in- visit For Sale and Nuckolls County tam directories, now avail- system, $595, 800-544- 16-43-1c mit 50 pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-tfc .IVERY: All brands of soft- 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc I GIFT certificates, useful for now available at The Express. 16-40-tfp vinyl letters make a snap. Have yours cus- by Supenor Publishing 402-879-3291. We also and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp SUPPLIES in stock or will Supenor Publishing 16-20-tfp -room DirecTV sys- installationl Free three- (seven movie channels) Access 225 plus Digital quality picture Limited time offer. 800- isBUILDING sale from No. 1 building supplier. ~buildings.com. 30x40x8- 0x100xl 0- $13,832. Ranked stomer satisfaction. Call our ~nals today 800-643-5555. CANCELLATIONI Six log ~lill liquidation: 2,3,4,5-bed- N0rplans. Supedor qualityl I pre-cut assembly with war- mud-selected pine. Details: 4811. Must selll Sacnfice ~i CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 or t.5. Camlock doors with pe- eals, hardwood floors will ~rklift, $1,650-$2,650. 785- i or www.chuckhanry.com )lete web listing, photos, icing. PRICES during fall and lx36x10-$5150; 30x40x10- Dx50x12-$6,670; 40x60x12- ~x100x14-$14,850. No high i. Other sizes available. 866- 0. BUILDING sale from No. 1 building supplied LBuildings.com. 30x40x8- .K,'Xl0OxlO-$13,632. Ranked ~tomer satisfaction. Call our ~als today, 800-643-5555. ~LDING Sale[ *Strong, ver- :lependable. Log on at tlnelbuildings.com. Helping edca one steel building at a Itinel Buildings or call 800- iExt. 79. ~FING-building materials. steel starting at $32 per ~nted at $42. Call for cata- ~m Metal, in Kansas: Hays Loulsburg, 800-489- delivery available. code modulars. Must 888-283-3756 in South or 800-21 6-1877 Great (site com. creaml Fade or black spots. $12.99 ~free shipping. Sand to: 7508 N. 22nd St. DKas 78504. Hurryl Rent HOMEOWNERS WANTEDlll Kayak Pools introduces our new spa line and are seeking demo homeowners for both pools, spas and combo sys- tems. Save moneylll 877-529-7625 www,kayakpoolsoftherockies.com. 18-Household Goods FOR SALE: Power Mac computer, color monitor, laser pdnter, external hard dnve, black and white scanner. Best offer. 402-879-4517, leave mes- sage. 16-42-3p 21-Feed and Seed WE BUY damaged grain. Grain vac available for clean -out. 316-640-3203. 21-43-8p ALFALFA BROME, small square, wire-tied, shedded, no moisture, ex- cellent. Rex Freeman, Mankato, 785- 378-3578. 21-42-2p CERTIFIED, REGISTERED seed wheat for sale: 2137, 2145, Jagger, rry Empire ~ahoo Kad 92 bMillennium lone Wesley 30-Musical Instr PERFECT FOR piano studentsl Rent- to-own a new or like-new digital pi- ano. Low monthly payments- No pur- chase required.Visit our web site at www.pianos4rent.corn. 36-Thank you THANK YOU to the Jewell County EMS, Jewell County Hospital staff, doctors and fnends who sent cards during my recent hospital stay. Faith Streup. 36-43- lc THANKS FOR prayers, visits, gifts and flowers dudng my stay at Bred- stone Memodai Hospital. The care was super by all. God bless. Alvin Epley. 36-43-1 p THANK YOU, dear family and friends for your visits, cards, calls and flow- ers sent to me after my surgery. Your love and concern were greatly appre- ciated. For the excellent care I re- ceived at Brodstone Memodai Hospi- tal, the doctors and staff. To the Hardy Union Church Women, thank you for the surgical pillow. It was wonderful. Myma Lersen. 36.43-1p THANKS FOR all your prayers, cards and flowers while I was in the hospital and sioce returning home. Thanks to Dr. Leibel, the ambulance crew and all the nurses that took such good care of me and to my family. Maxine Hall. 36-43-1p Kad 92, Wesley. Blends available on request. Cleaning bin run. Call Calvin I WISH to thank you all for the cards Bohnert, Jewell, 785-428-3558, cell: and memonals for my brother, Arthur 785-738-7589. 21-40-5c Burbage. Viola Crane. 36-43-1c 22-Vehicles 1974 CHEVROLET BLAZER, 4- wheel ddve, runs good. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3783. 22-33-tfc 1979 CHEVROLET PICKUP, 1/2 ton. Runs good. Good school truck. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3783. 22-33-ffc 1994 FORD 1=-150, club cab pickup with Tommy lift. Automatic transrnis- sion. 402-879-3501 or402-879-3925. $2,500. 22-38-tfc THANK YOU to family and fdands who sent cards, food, flowers, calls and visits to us while we were in the hospital. Special thanks to our fami- lies who drove us to doctor visits and the hospital. They really helped a lot. Munroe and Kathlsen Little.36-43-lp A HUGE thank you to all my fdends and family-that made my 60th Birth- day Open House a very special day. A special thank you to Janice Ward, II Obituaries I I I I Dick Broadbent Dick Edward Broadbent 90, died Sunday at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. He was born on a farm south of Beloit July 4,1913, the son of Floyd C. and Alma Hixenbangh Broadbent. Dick lived in Mitchell County his entire life. He attended the Logan Country School and fanned for marly years. Sept. 3, 1936, he married Mabel M. Golladay in Concordia. Dick continued to farm until 1959. He worked forthe Farmers Union Store and later the IGA Store. He was a memberofthe Elks Lodge. Dick was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Ned and Glen Broadhent; four sisters, Neva Hewim, Nina Poulton, Ava Kelley and Leah German. Surviving, besides his wife, are a son, Jerry, Jewell; two grandsons and four great-grandchildren. Graveside services were yesterday (Wednesday) at Elmwood Cemetery, Beloit, with Pastor Dan Daniels offici- ating. Arrangements were by McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service, Beloit. Richard Dunstan Richard (Dick) Dewain Dunstan, second son of Arther Raymond and H. Lucille (Morris) Dunstan, was born on a farm southeast of Formoso, Kan., Jan. 7, 1933, and died Sunday, Oct. 12, 2003, at his home in Mankato, Kan He attended Hawthorne Country School his first year, then attended Formoso Grade School. Richard at- tended Formoso High School, partici- pating in tennis, track, football, and basketball. He excelled in all sports and played summer baseball with uncles and friends. Richard joined the Army April 1, 1953. He was a construction foreman HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Nob. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational HONDA PERFORMANCE FIRST XR400, $4,599 XR250, $3,999 Garbers, 402-729-2294 23-43-1c 1974 SUZUKI TR400 dirt bike. 785- 376-3072. 23-42-2c 24-Real Estate TWO-BEDROOM, one bath in Esbon, 1,400 sq. feet. Owner financing, fixer- upper, $100 per month. Horses OK. 402-746-2993 or 402-830-3760. 24-43-1c ACREAGE FOR sale. ThrP~-bed- room, two-bath home on I 1/2 acres, full basement, three-car detached garage and numerous outbuildings. 402-879-4937. 24-42-2p SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-8741 after dark. 24-13-tfc FIVE BEDROOM townhome in Man- hattan, Kan., currently leased to KSU students. Central air, washer dryer, 2-1/2 baths, no outside maintenance, built in 1991. $98,500.785-564-0439, John. 26 - Notice CAPITAL CITY Gun Show - Oct. 25- 26, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, _ . Sunday, 9a.m.to3:30p.m. TopeKa, Ken., Expoi Center. The Big Show with 400 tablasl information Call 563- 927-8176. Janice Grabast and Peggy and Jas- of road building on enemy lin.s. He sica Baargdl~n forianH the arrand~flmonts was honorably discharged- from _~e madean orbe'ngsuchgood riands. ArmyduringtheKoreanWaronMl~ch Gone Oldham. "36-43- ~ ! 95ff, with the rank of corporal. Northbranch By Ruth Glover I (Last week's news) Visitors in the Sunday morning ser- vice were Stanley and Eloise Brown, Wichita Stan represented the MMA with a brief talk in the service and then shared more at the beginning of the business meeting in the afternoon. A carry.-in dinner followed the worship service. Friends Women met at the church with nine members and one guest, Bonita Stands, +swering rol! call. A special 6ffe~g Was t~t6 mud+for Indian childreiies Christn~s gifts. Host, ess was Rosema Jeffery and the pro- gram was given by Joyce McNichols. The Roger Buckley family, Au- rora, Colo., and Ron Buckley, Hawaii, left visited in the Earl Buckley home. Pastor Ken and Lila Smith went to Iowa for the funeral of an aunt and visited his parents while there. His father is recovering from knee surgery. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery went to Madison, Wis., to visit a few days with daughter, Jennifer Woods and family. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck at- tended the Senior Camp at Camp Quaker Haven near Arkansas City. Jerry Harris and Edith Ayers re- cently returned Durango, Colo., where they amended the wedding of a nephew. From Durango they went to Flagstaff, Ariz. and Prescott, Ariz., to South- western Arizona. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery, and the Todd Jeffery family joined other fam- ily members at the home of Clay and Connie Shulda for a birthday party for Haley Shulda who was home from college at Manhattan. Family mem- bers were present, including Grandma Myrtle. Mike Jeffery and children Shane, Bryce and Hannah, Mt. Hope, were guests of Ardean and Marilyn Jeffery. Crystal Parsons (Mrs. Jerry Par- sons), Graham, Wash., visited John and Linda Parsons. She wasin Wichita on a work trip and had some free time. Richard worked at Topeka, Kan., in grain elevators. He moved to Cherryvale, Kan., with his parents and younger siblings and worked in con- struction. He was a quiet man, generous and loving to his family. Richard was preceded in death by a baby brother, Bobby Rae in 1931, and his parents. He leaves to mourn: two sisters, Doris and husband Norman Hoard of Courtland, Kan., and Dixie Scott, Tay- lor, Texas; a brother, Don and wife, Carry alist of your wife's important sizes in your wallet. * Ho# youth and adults with social, omotiona/and behavioralproblems. , Meet w/th people at various locations/n the commun~ Assist people ~ becoming produc#ve citizens. Full and part-time positions. Work 40 hours per week at $8 per hour, plus mileage allowance. Excellent health and dental coverage, KPERS retirement, vacation and sick leave, flexible schedule, but many of the hours must be after school hours or on weekends. Must be at least 18 years of age, have own vehicle and good driving record. Apldy In person, Monday through Fflday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m,, at 210 W. 21St., Concordla, Kan. Application deadline is Friday, Oct. 24 ,~-2 II I IIIII Cut and wrapped to $141 per lb. your specifications w~a~ m,p,,s t ,., The.Butcher shop 301 North D Street Fairfield, Neb. 68938 402-726-2250 I I I I I I Kris Hoard, Scott Hoard, Josh Dunstan, Jesse Dunstan and Dan Dunstan. Hon- orary casket bearers were Christopher Jackson, Danelle Jackson and Michele Dunstan. Military rites were performed by United States Honor Guard, FoR Riley, Kan., and VFW Post No. 7830, Man- kate, Kan. Intermem followed in the cemetery. The family suggests memorials to Formoso Alumni Scholarship Fund. Melby Mortuary Mankato, Kansas, was in charge of arrangements. (P~ o~Uu~y Maxine Fair Memorial services for former Man- kate and Oberlin resident, Sarah Maxine Fair, 90, Sulphur Springs, Texas, were Oct. 11 at West Oaks Funeral Home, Sulphur Springs, with grandson David Fair officiating. Maxine died Oct. 10 at Hopkins House Assisted Living, Sulphur Springs. She was born in Jewell County Nov. 22, 1912, the daughter of James Gault and Annis Helene Van Ornam Jacobs. S he m arried Forres t Royer Fair on June 24, 1939, in Lawrence. He preceded her in death in 1986. Also preceding her in death were her parents, five sisters and two brothers. She was a homemaker and resident of Mankato for 78 years. She moved to Oberlin in 1992 and also rived at an assisted living home in Sulphur Springs for two years. She was active in church activities as well as DAR, Modern Minerva Club and a bridge club. Her hobbies included painting, playing pi- .ano, refinishing furniture, gardening, and baking angel food cakes. Maxine is survived by a son, Dr. Douglas Fair, Oberlin; twin daughters, Mrs. Fred Hill (Annis), Sulphur Springs; Mrs. Bill Hogan (Janis), Knox- ville, Tenn.: a sister, Jerry Jean Green- wood, Midland, Texas; 10 grandchil- dren and 20 great grandchildren. Graveside burial will take place at a later time in Mankato. Her body was cremated. Donna Dunstan, Pimtsburg, Karl.; five nephews, Kevan Hoard and wife, Lori Minneapolis, Kan.; Kris Hoard and wife, Susan, Concordia, Kag'; *Scdtr Hoard and wife, Aim~e, S'dp~or, Neb.; Josh Dunstan and wife, Michele Pittsburg, Kan.; and Jesse Dunstan, Prairie Village, Kan.; a niece, Danelle and husband, Christopher Jackson, Golden, Colo.; numerous cousins and great-nieces and great-nephews. Gone, but not forgotten. He is in a better place. We all have wonderful memories of fun and laughter, caring and giving. He will live on in our hearts. Farewell, kind and loving brother - God be with you. Graveside services for Richard (Dick) Dunstan were Thursday, Oct 16, 2003, at Caldwell Cemetery, rural Formoso, Kan, with Randy Paugh of_ ficiating. Casket bearers were Kevan Hoard, I-lelp youth and adults with social, emotional or bohevioral problems in becoming productive citizens. Meet with clients at the office, at school and at their homes. Fu~-time ~. Work 40 hours per week on a schedule that is some w~mt flexible, but with a number of hours in the evening oron weekends. Need own vehicle and good driving record. Need bachelor degree in Psy- 0hology, sodal work, education, nurs- Ing or related area. Salary is $1150 per hour and up, commensurate with experience, plus mileage allowanco. Ex0ellent health and dental cover- ~, KPERS retirement, vacation and leave. 1:30to 5 p.m. ~/mrm~#nemfew~to: Cad LeDuO Pemee Ment~ Fle~h 210 W, 21tt.. ~ Ken,, 66~1 ,~plicallon deadline is Friday, Oct. 24 L VERY LARGE HOUSF.HOLD SALE THURSDAY-FRIDAY OCT. 23-24 9a.m, Sp.m. 334 N. Central Superior, Neb. soo twe/ ve/// .er 7.00.p,!ec.e,s,0f Dy-tOOOler'KlOS [ cl0thingt I (}wen Everson Gwendolyn (Gwen) Lucille Everson, 88, died Thursday, Oct. 16, 2003, at Salina Regional Health center after a long and tiresome battle against falling heart and lungs. Services were Monday, Oct., 20, 2003, at the First Christian Church, Jewell, Kan. Burial was in Wallace Cemetery, Jewell. Gwen, daughter of "E.T." (Mike) and Essie Seamans was born Sept. 15, 191:5, in lewell. Her life revolved around husb~d, LaV~nd=Clifton, and children, Rbdnby LaVEitlo, Mary Lynn and Nola Jolene. She was a loving and compassionate mother, grandmother, relative and friend--prepar/ng family dinners for 60 people was a snap for her. Her love for pristine, handmade linens, quilts and garments has been passed on to her children, grandchil- dren and great-grandchildren and her handmade creations will be cherished forever. During her life, she experienced many ups and downs, but her belief in God always carried her through. Ex- periences such as moving three chil- dren, a 1952 Buick and household fur- nishings to the Philippine Islands was accomplished with organization and apparent ease. After returning from a two-year stay in the Philippines, Gwen gave many presentations to commu- nity groups about the day-to-day lives of the Filipinos in their war-torn coun- try. She shared her experiences in an effort to provide an awareness of the freedom and privileges with which we Americans have been blessed. After .rearing three children to a "respectable age," Gwen spent 17 years supervising troubled, teenager, delin- quent girls at the Youth Center in Be- loit, Kan. Upon retirement, due to physical disabilities, Gwen's passion to preserve the history of our ancestors became her "job." She attended auc- tion after auction, opened her own an- tique store and loved every precious remnant of the past that she found. Gwendolyn is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Verne, two broth- ers, Lewis and Boyd, and infant sister, Norma, and her parents Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Seamans. Gwen is survived by a son and his wife, Rodney and Gaff, 'rracey, Calif.; daughter and her husband, Mary and Jim Warnock, Wichita, Kan., and daughter, Nola Everson, Salina, Kan. Grandchildren: Nicholas Everson and wife, Janet; Alexa Price and husband, Michael; Jarred Everson, Abel Everson, Brenda Haase and husband, Greg; Kimberly Nelson and husband, Curt; Leith Divei and wife Amy; Todd Divel and wife Shanda; and Zachary Divel. Great-grandchildren: Jordan Price; La~uryn, Kelsey and Morgan Haase; Abigail, Lydia and Sarah Nelson; and Zevin, Faron, Teagan and Chancy Divel; brothers,Jack Seamans and wife, Jeanine; and Edwin Seamans. Sisters: Violet Jarry and Pauline Vering; numerous nephews, nieces, grand nephews, grand nieces and many friends. Memorials may be sent to the First Christian Church, Jewell. Kan., or the Jewell County Hospital, Mankato, Kan. Though we will mourn our loss, we know Gwen now breathes with ease and can keep up with the best of~em. And we thank our God for the blessing she has been in all of our lives. Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jeweli, were in charge of arrangements. (Paid obituary) Buy ladders, extension cords, and garden hoses longer than you think you'll need. Services for Elven Jack Morris were at 10:30.a.m.,Thursday, Oct. 16,2003, at Evangelical Lutheran ~, Man- kate, Ken., withPastor Steven R. Little "-- officiating. DianaDethloffwaschurch Jack Morris organist. Casket hearers were Alan Ross, ElvenJackMorriswashornonMay Casey Enyeart, Aaron Enyeart, Mark 7, 1919, the fifth child and the first of Fleming, Eric Pletcher, Don Layton, twin boys horn to Joseph Garfield and and Dennis Layton. Honorary casket Letha (Griffin) Morris, in rural bearers were Gary Kindler, John Montrose, Jewell County, Kansas. He Johnson, Lyle (Ike) Rightmeier, Leo passed away Oct. 13, 2003, at Man- Jacobs, Glen Stephens, Lyle Reece, kato, after a short struggle with cancer. Van Smith, Bill Smith, Howard Jack graduated from Montrose High Gehrem, Don Hamilton, DOn Ander- School in 1937. On October 17, 1,937, son and Jack Bradrick. Jack met Martha Marie Thronson in Military honors were presented by downtown Mankato. They married on United States Army HonorGuard, Fort June 2, 1939, and made their home in Riley, Kan, andV.F.W.PostNo.7830, Formoso, Kansas, for a time. Mankato, Kan. Interment was in Daughter, Karen Yvonne was born Mount HopeCemetery, Mankato, Kan. in 1940. After living awhile in Minne- The family suggests memorials to apolis, Kan., they moved to Mankato Evangelical Lutheran Church, Man- in January of 1944 in preparation for kate, or Solomon Valley Hospice, Be- the World War H draft. Jack was loit. inducted in the Army in April1944 and Melby Mortuary, Mankato, Kan- reported for basic training at Camp sas, was in charge of arrangements. Fannin in Tyler, Texas. During a re- (PaB~aam,,j) connaissance mission on Dec. 16,1944, the first day of the Battle of the Bulge, ~r~l ~et~heat, atr Jack was captured on the Luxembourg- conditioni~ unit German border He was in German prison Camp Stalag 9B at Bad Orb Becker Electric, Mankato, was until April 2, 1945.. awarded the bid for a heating and air After jack was discharged from the conditioning unit for the county jail Army Nov. 23, 1945,the family moved when Jeweil County Commissioners back to Mankato. Jack was pitcher on met Monday. the local town team and twin brother Undersheriff David Baird had two Pete was catcher. In 1948 Jack was bids for the unit; Mankato Plumbing, elected Jewell County Sheriff and $2,800 for a three ton, 10 s,er, or served until 1953. He was Mankato $3,100 for three ton, 12 seer; Becker's City policeman until appointed rural bid of $2,800 was for a 2 1/2 ton, 10 mailcarrierin 1956, and was verv fond seer. Becker could install this week of his patrons. In 1975, Jack was when he has all the parts and Mankato transferred to Hildreth, Neb., by the Plumbing estimated installation time post office. Jack and Marie lived in to be the last of October or the first of Minden three years, and made new November. Colsonmovedtopurcha~e friends as they pursued their hobbies fromBeckerElectric;Alcorn seconded of golf, bowling, and bridge, and the motion carried. In 1950 daughter Brenda Jean was Don Snyder, EMP director, dis- horn. OnDec. 31, 1950,Jack, Karen, cussed payment from the 911 fundfor and Brenda were baptized in the Evan- programming radios. Commissioners gelicalLutheranChurch, Mankato. He discussed this with the county attoro served on the church board and helped ney, who checked the statute and de- with many projects at the church, termined this could be paid from 911 Jack and Marie returned to Man- fund. kate in June 1978. Jack later retired Jim Vaughan, solid waste director, from the U.S. Postal Service in 1984. asked for commissioners signature on After retirement, Jack continued the financial assurance letter for the withcarpentering, lawnmowing,palnt- closed municipal solid wast~ landfill. ing and golfing. Jack was genuinely It was agreed to sign. interested in people and always was Rodney Zeigler, custodian, dis- eager to help, listen and share~stories, cussed the hours worked by the part- Jack was an excellent card player and time helper. spent many hours playing cards with Carla Waugh, County Clerk, dis- f~mily and friends. Thathe loved life cussed the letter from the auditors con- and the people in his life showed in the cerning IRS audits of fringe benefits. twinkling of his blue eyes. Fawna Barrett discussed the Re- Jack was a member of the V.F.W. sourceConservation and Development Post No. 7830, the Elks, Eagles and the Council. Mankato Golf Club. Linda Woerner, health department Jack is preceded in death by his director, had the Bio-Terrorism con- parents; five siblings, Harold Morris, tract for the period Sept. l, 2003, Hildreth Russell, Lucille Dunstan, through Aug. 31, 2004, with Jewell County eligible to receive up to ters, Karen and husband John Ross', and Brenda and husband, Kent Enyeart all of Mankato, Kan.; five grandchil- dren: Leah and husband Eric Pletcher, Spring, Texas; Karla and husband, Mark Fleming; Formoso, Kansas; Alan and wife Elise Ross, Arvada, Colo.; Casey and wife Lanre~ Enyeart, Port- land, Ore.; and Aaron Enyeart, Osborne, Kan.;and five great-grand- children: Amanda, Levi and Kyle Fleming, Formoso, 10m., and Jacob and Matthew Pletcher, Spring, Texas. III Courthouse News Jewell County OCt. 15 at approximately 7:20 p.m. on Jewell County road U two miles east from K-14, Lance Ayers, Man- kate, driving a 1995 Toyota pickup was heading west when he hit two deer. Damages over $500. Accident investigated by Alley. No injuries. Oct. 15 at approximately 7:30 p.m. on 30th mad 1.5 mile south from US36, Robert Atwood, Cawker City, driving a 2002 Chevrolet pickup was north bound and struck a deer. Accident investigated by McEntire. Damages over $500. No injuries. Oct. 16 at appt:oxi~mtely 2:10 p.m. on N. Commercial 70 feet south from Main St., Joni Meier, Mankato, driv- !ng a 1999 Dodge was making a u-turn |nto a parking spot and struck a parked .1996 Chevrolet registered to Phyllis Liggett, Mankato. No injuries. Acci- dent investigated by Baird. Damages over $500. Traffic Teresa Benson, Concordia, failure to display parking permit, fined $84. Bradley Ratchford, Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo., speeding 79165, fined $114. Hymn Hee Song, Parker, Colo., speeding 81/65, fined $126. Deborah Blakey, Mankato, speed- ing 81/65, fined $126. Register of Deeds Car)' Rick Bott and RoxAnn BoR to Rick L. Wameking and Marilyn I. Wameking N 32 feet of Lot 2, less the N 13 feet thereof, in Block 2 in Lewis First Addition to City of Burr Oak. Melvin E. Silsby and EulaM. Silsby to Esbon Grhin and Fertilizer, Inc. E 45 feet of Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24, in Block 13, original townsite of the City of Esbon. Robin L. McMath, formerly Robin L. Nick, also known as Robin Nick, and Weldon L. McMath to Mark L. Novak and Rebecca L. Novak. SW 1/4 of SEI/4 and S1/2 of NW1/4 of SEI/4 of Section 28, Township 4S, Range 6W. Probate Order of hearing in the matter of the estate of Velva M. Wesselowski. Affidavid of service filed in the estate of Beth AIlene Spielman. Domestic Leann M. Shoemaker and Curtis L. Shoemaker, petition for divorce. tor purchased with grant funds is in- stalled. Ajoint meeting was held with Smith and Osborne County commissioners and county clerks. Jim Foster, general superintendent and Vaughan were present. The group discussed, beaRh insurance, resource district (RC&D), IRS audit of fringe benefits, HHW plan for Smith and Osborne, recyclables and KAC Survey. The next meeting will be Feb. 9 at Osborne County. Foster stated he had contracts back from Emergency Response for flood damage reimbursement. Commissioners attendingthe meet- ing were Stanley Colson, Frank Langer and Doyle Aicorn. Formoso By Elaine Clark Phyllis Jones, Bullhead City, Ariz., arrived Oct. 12 for a visit with Frank and Gloria Guzik, other family and friends. Visitors of Brad Keeler were Pete Morris, Tucson, Ariz., Nelson and Merna Keeler, Mankato, and Milford Johnson, Courtland. Gene and Elaine Clark and Vera Reed visited Jo)ce Patrick. GloriaMassey, PastorBob and Janet Elwell, Ashley and Alyssa Morrell, and Phyllis Jones called on Kenny and Becky Huber. Robert and AdaGrimm were Sunday supper guests. The Formoso Library hosted a go- ing away event for former librarian, Shelly Haskins. James and Shelly Haskins, Corey and Kyle, attended the junior high foot- ball game. Corey and Dalton Barth played for Mankato against Hillcrest. McCaela and Cheyenne Nelson, Counland. visited their grandparems, Jack and Nancy Higbee. Agnes Zadina, Emporia, was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Clint and Betty Reynolds. Loreita Dunstan was a weekend guest of Mindy Dunstan at Manhattan and also visited Tyler Dunstan. They attended the K-State football and vol- leyball gah~s. Bob and Becky Roush, Luke and Samantha, were weekend guests of Ronand Shelly Roush, and twins, Ethan and Alden. The twins were born Sept. 26. Howard and Louise Field had lunch at Concordia Saturday to celebrate Louise's birthday. - Forrest Dempsey visited his daugh-' ter and her husband, Marshall and Renee Holmes at Hesston. Phyllis Jones visited Dale and Ivah Hoard. Jim Douglas, Lyons, was a dinner guest of Rick and Barbara Hudson. Gary and Crystal Massey. Clifford, Brittany and Cody, Hardy, visited Gerald and Margaret Morrell and R ce. ~BC~ginning Nov. 2 services at the Community Church will be-,. gin at 9 a.m. with Sunday School at 10 a.m.