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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 6, 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 new-fast-f a- No credit checkl Bad Checking account re- new- No credit checkl Checking account ~lll DON'T miss thisl Ioca- use our vacation use the cash? Ext. 4 WELDING Institute, Inc., Become a certified pipe Earn top pay in 23 2.1 1 Young,_~ or660-~ cto, d~ new$9~ .2-1966~ 1 a.m., ~ ,dh aN ! Selling~ aneouS t elsen ing at I~ |rdy SeJl machin~ brJas?~ Iontgo zrge. . 14-44" ) p.m., ~ =g311acr Lee G~ in Nuc~ House r itemS W ,eather sale ite~ CASH! U.S. Pension s cash now for 8 years of pension payments. Call 25 for a free, no-obliga- e or log on to web site at =ionfunding.com. ;. For Sale R crafts at a Unique con- ~p, The Svesk Butik Shop, In. 31 years in business. tormation, 785-335-2514 '2538. 16-44-2c ~LL and Nuckolls County n directodes, now avail- ~pedor Express. 16-43-6p N CATTLEMEN: stockselt pound bags. 402-879- 16-49-ffc tERY: All brands of soft- inn, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc certificates, useful for IS, now available at The )ress. 16-40-1fp ED vinyl letters make la snap. Have yours cus- by Supedor Publishing 402-879-3291. We also and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp ~PLIES in stock or will er. Supenor Publishing 16-20-ffp "buyersllt Manufacturer 2003 models, 12 styles, $5,775. Video, price list- ~6. Hot tub suparstore, Lincoln, Neb. or on line dlifespas.com. ~ud code modulars. Must 293-3756 in South ~or800-215-1877 in Great ~llousing specialists. (site FJlar, manufactured, mo- Jse You can visit our web stie ,g np o~la~~ prhomes.com. ~n Patt~ ~?RS WANTED. Kayak Id Spas is seeking - --rS ~ for damosites for 2003 ,DonUYs~e ~n spa promotion and ~se ~ learance for pools-2004- e '~'~ ~wnera, savel Call 877- s cmy? ~ "e a h~l log on to web sit t Lies ki m . nee~ ~ CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 n21sta~ ~.5. Camlock doors with l~els, hardwood floors will ,sell, ~tift, $1,650-$2,650. Call oltA_[~,30 or log on at HoUSt$ nry.com for complete H~otos, specs, pricing. 10x50x12-$6,670; 50xl 00xl 4- high pressure. Other 866-875-8790. mated- at $32 for Metal, in Kansas 800-770-2725 or includ- Free, three-month HBO with subscdp- 225 plus TV channels1 and Seed bales, 402-225- 21-44-2p Grain vec 21-43-sp REGISTERED seed 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 HONDA BEST ON EARTH TRX350-$3,299; TRX500-$5,699 Garbers, 402-729-2294 23-45-1c 24-Real Estate NUCKOLLS COUNTY farm, SE 1/4, Sac. 19, T-2-N, R-8-W. 12 milessouth of Lawrence. Mostly grass. Call 402- 725-2212. 24-45-tfc FOR SALE by owner'. Large, four- bedroom, three bath, main floor laun- dry, remodeled kitchen and bath- rooms, two-car detached garage. 1207 Idaho, $88,000,402-879-4827. 24-45-2c ACREAGE FOR sale. Three-bed- room, two-bath home on 1 1/2 acres, full basement, three-car detached garage and numerous outbuildings. 402-879-4937. 24-45-1c REALTY ASSOCIATES has a home in Republic, Kan. 108 Washington, three bedrooms, one bath, floor fur- nace, detached garage, $8,000,785- 527-2983. 2~44-2c houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. ~13-ffc_ 2 16X80, three-bedroom, two baths, appliances and central air and sky- lights. Phone 402-461-9903. 25-45-2c 2-6- Notice SUPERIOR UTILITIES of Supanor, Neb., is requesting bids for a 2001 or newer, 3/4-ton pickup (with box or cab and chassis) Bidding specifica- tions are available at the City Utilities office. Bids must be presented at the City Utilities office before Fdday, Nov. 14, COB 4:30 p.m. Supador Utilities, 135 4th St., Superior, Nab. 68978. Phone-402-879-4711. City reserves the nght to reject any bid. 26-44-3c ATTENTION: PHEASANT hunterslll Prospects look great in Stevens County, Kan.l Win a shotgun for the longest tail featherl Go to www.hugoton.org and click on Hunt Stevens County. WICHITA FARM and Ranch Show, November 11, 12, 13 Kansas Coli- seum. Free admission and parking. Grand prize-Simplicity 2516H lawn tractor, Squeeze chutes demos. 800- 949-3976 or www.tradexpos.com. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims; Saunders and Saunders, Attomeys at Law. No recovery-no feel 800- 259-8548. 30-Musical Instr PERFECT FOR piano studentsttl Rent-to-own a new or like-new digital piano. Low monthly pay{nents-No pur- chase required. Visit us on the web at www.pianos4rent.com. 36-Thank you I WOULD like to thank Dr. Blecha, Dr. Foote and the nurses for the wonder- ful care I received at the Brodstone Memodal Hospital. Thanks to every- one for the pra~ters, plants, flowers, gifts, cards, visits and phone calls I received while in the hospital and since retuming home. Phyllis Shroyer. 36-45-1p THANK YOU, fatuity and fdends for helping me have a wonderful 90th birthday. Spending a day with family and receiving the many cards and letters were greatly enjoyed. Martha Ayers. 36-45- lp News from this area is available ~n he intemet at www.superiome.com Obituaries Cora Carter Cora Carter, 89, died Oct. 30 at Republic County Hospital Long Term Care, Belleville. She was the daughter of Samuel J. Gustin and Mary Alice Osborne Gnstin, born Feb. 27,1914, at Elm Creek, Neb.. Cora received her education in the public schools of Smith County. On Dec. 18,1930, she married Arthur Guy Carter, Mankato. They lived in Mankato more than 60 years before moving to Belleville. She was a homemaker and co-owner and operator of K&C Cafe, Mankato. She was a member of the Christian Church, American Legion Auxiliary and the VFW Auxiliary. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband; a great-grand- son; six sisters and two brothers. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Clarence Blakeley (gobena), Salina; Mrs. Clinton Burger (Dorothy), Belleville; and Mrs. Kenneth Jeno (Lillian), Houston, Texas; a son, Wil- liam Carter, Texas; nine grandchil- dren, 25 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Graveside services and interment were Nov. 3 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato, conducted by the Rev. Mark Imel. Services were under the direc- tion of Bacbelor-Faulkner-Dart-Surher Funeral Home, Belleville. Harry Kindler Harry Kindler, 88, died at Jeweli County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato, Oct. 29 He was born Feb. 15, 1915, in a farm home southeast of Esbon and was a farmer-stockman. His favorite live- stock was registered miniature don- keys, which were acquired toward the end of his fanning career. He married N. Carol Hoffl~nes on Aug. 12,1938, and they lived on a farm north of Esbon. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, two brothers, three sisters and great-grandson, Ryan Stmckhoff. Survivors include sons, Bob, Ne- braska; Gary, Kindler, Esbon; adaugh- ter, Joy Kindler, Salina; 11 grandchil- dren; 16 grcat-grandchildrm~; three sis- ters, Donna Hoffhines and Esteile CPHair, both of Arkansas City, and Betty McIndoo, Bladen, Neb. Services were Nov. 1 at Melby Mortuary Chapel Mankato, with Pas- tor Steve R. Little officiating. Inter- ment was in the Esbon Cemetery. Kenneth Knarr Kenneth Lee Knarr, 54, died Oct. 28 at Salina Regional Health Care Cen- ter, Salina. He was born Feb. 18, 1949, at Be- Ioit, the son of I~,0uglas Leroy and Alice T. (Menhus~) Knazr. Kenneth spent his early years on a farm south of Jewell. After his father's death 1961, the family moved to Be- loll, then to Salina where he graduated from Salina Central High school in 1967. Kenneth continued his education at Kansas State University. He received a master's degree in chemical engineer- ing from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. He returned to Kansas State University where he was a stu- dent teacher. He moved to Rochester, N.Y., where he was a chemical engi- neer for the Eastman Kodak Co. In 1993 he returned to Salina. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include a sister, Tana Geist, Glen Elder; and a niece and nephew. Services were Nov. 1 at First United Methodist Church, Glen Elder, with Pastor Ross Olson officiating. Inter- ment was in Glenwood Cemetery, Glen Elder. McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. (}lady's Johnson Gladys Lucille Johnson, 87, died Oct. 27 at Republic County Hospital, BelleviUe. She was the daughter of Oscar and Alma 0Vallin) Aspegren, born May 26, 1916, at Courtland. She was raised and schooled in the rural Courtland area, graduating from Loveweli High School in 1934. She was a retired homemaker and profes- sional artist. She married A. Renold Johnson Dec. 15, 1940, at Scandia. She was a member of the Ada Luth- eran Church, Courtland, where she taught Sunday School for more than 50 years. She was a Cub Scout Den Mother, member of the Courtland Art Guild, ExtensionHomeUnit, Friendly Dozen Club. Courtland Crusaders Club and Evangelical Lutheran Church Women. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband in 1993; a brother Carl Aspegren, son-in-law Norman Dahl, and grandson, Aaronr Reed. Survivors include children, Shirley 2137, 2145, Jagger, Blends available on bin run. Call Calvin 785-428-3558, cell: 21-40-5c F-250 HD long-bed, 22-45-~p ~yROLET BLAZER, 4- ~runs good. $1,000 or | .679-37=. ~LET PICKUP, 1/2 ton. ~x~o.ruck. $1,000 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc F-150, club cab pickup ~. Automatic tmnsmis- e-3501 or 402-879-3925. 22-38-ttc Wanted to Lease by USDA The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency's JeweU County Office in Mankato, Kan., is interested in leasing 3,533 net usable square feet of first class, high quality office space. To be considered, office location must be within the boundaries of Case Street on the North, 170 Road on the East, Hamilton Street on the South, and 150 Road in the West. Preference will be given to first floor space. Occupancy is required by June 1, 2004. Call Jim Peroutek at 785-378-3731 for a copy of the solicitation. Dabl, Formoso; Mrs. Richard Watson (Verlene), Hardy, Neb.; Mrs. Von VanMeter (Alma Dean), Formoso; Mrs. Mike Reed (Rhonda), Osborne; and John R. Johnson, Court|and; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; sisters Donelda Bowen, Hebron, Neb., and Eunice Blackburn, Courtland. Services were Nov. 1 at Ada Luth- eran Church, Courtland, with Pastor Shelby Bailey officiating. Burial was in Ada Lutheran Cemetery. Arrange- ments were by Tibhetts-Fischer Fu- neral Home, Belleville. Vernon Purcell Hastings resident Vernon W. Purcell, 87, died Oct. 28, at Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital in Hast- ings. Services were Friday at Butler- Volland Funeral Home, Hastings, with the Rev. Tom Murray officiating. Burial was in Parkview Cemetery, Hastings. Mr.Purcell wasbomApri118,1916, to Joseph B. and Mollie E. (Suther) Purcell in Jewell County. He was a farm hand in Kansas and Nebraska. OnMay 14,1936,hemarriedWilma Howe in Pawnee City. They fanned around Pawnee City until 1957, then moved to Hastings where he worked for the city street department until retirement in 1976. They moved back to Jewell County in 1976 and returned to Hastings in 1990. Survivors are his wife of Blue Hill; two daughters, Mary Anderson, Fair- field, and Phyllis Merrill, Hastings; one half-brother, Eugene B. Purcell, Superior; three half-sisters, Shirley Neeley, Hastings, Vonnie Imler, M~- kato, and Norton Imler, Juniata; seven grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by one son, Jim; one brother and three grand- children. Ivan RtmseH Ivan Floyd Russell, Rupert, Idaho, died Oct. 24. He was the sixth child of the late Clinton L and Minnie L Russell, for- merly of Randall. He attended school in Randall. He fought in the Battle of the-Bulge during World WarHandwas awarded--- -4k~ffautrybadge and three star battles for his service time He married Louise Torman. They had 10 children. He is survived by nine children, 30 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchillLren, four sisters and a brother. Services were Oct 29 at Burley Four- square Gospel Church with burial in Pleasant View Cemetery. Hansen Mortuary was m charge of the arrangements. Otis Boltnott Oris Arnold Boitnott, 88, died Oct. 30 at his home in Red Cloud, Neb. He was the son of Owen H. and Vera E. (Collins) Boitnott, born June 26, 19t5, northeast of BumOak. Otis attended the WulfCr~'ER rural school and graduated Ira,n, Burr Oak High Schoolin 1933. He married Izola Kemp on Sept. 25, 1933. They farmed in/swell county from 1935 to 1940, then moved to California where he worked with Ajax Forging Co. In 1948 they returned to Jewell County andOtis was postmaster at Northbranch. They also operated the Northbranch grocery store and he sold grain bins. From 1960 to 1976 Oris owned the Esbon Recreation Bar & Restaurant. His wife, Izola, died July 20,1971. He married Leone (Wilson) Killough Nov. 25, 1972, at Red Cloud. They moved to Red Cloud in 1976 where Otis was employed with the ASCS office until retiring in 1995. He was a member of the Red Cloud Congregational Church, Lions Club, and Republican Valley Sodbusters. Preceding him in death were his parents; his wives; and a brother, Earl Boitnott. Survivors include step daughters, Mrs. Roger Ingram (Carol), Lfianon; Mrs. Harold Wroblewski (Donna), Red Cloud; and Mrs. Roy Lyons (Marlis), Montrose, Kan.; 11 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren; and one great- great-grandchild. Services were Nov. 3 at Red Cloud Congregational Church with the Rev. Jon Hansen and the Rev. James Pederson officiating. Interment was at the Burr Oak Cemetery with the Rev. Mel Rempe officiating. Simonson- Williams Funeral Home, Red Cloud, was in charge of the arrangements. Courthouse News Jewell County Register of Deeds Roberta J. Holdren to LeRoy Bour- bon. S 76 feet of Lot 6 and six feet off the west side of LOt 5 and the S 76 feet of said Lot 5, all in Block 60 in the original townsite of Jewell City. Eugene L. Kadel, Robert E. Kadel, and Michael J. Kadel, trustees of the Eugene L. Kadel Revocable Trust to Michael J. Kadel. NE 1/4 SW !/4 and the SE 1/4 of Section 26, Towffship 5S, Range 9W; and NW 1/4 of Section 25, Township 6S, Range 6W. Lula Town- ship, Mitchell Co., Kansas. Harold J.Topliff, akaHaroldTopliff and Susan K. Topliff to Harold J. Topliff and Susan K. Topliff, as joint tenants. Lots 1 and 2 in Blk. 60, in original townsite of Jewell City. David E. Jeffery and Sonya K. Jeffery to John Price Sr. A parcel of land in the SW 1/4 of Section 16, Township 2S, Range 7W. Dennis E. Clark and Cynthia E. Clark to Shane Ross. Lot 11, Block 32, in the original townsite of the City of Mankato. Dale Underwood as executor under the will and of the estate of Riley Glenn Jones, deceased, to Andrew Rohleder and Michelle Rohleder. Part of NW 114 of SE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 3S, Range 10W. Kathleen Hennagir, formerly Kathleen Remus to Bradley G. Remus. Lots 12 and 13 in Section 18, and LOts 3 and 4 in Section 19, all in Township 5S, Range 9W; and Lots 1 and 2, 7 and 8, Lots 5 and 6, except a right-of-way and easement for highway purposes over said Lots 5 and 6; and also except tract in said Lot 5 for cemetery de- scribed in said deed; all in Section 19, Township 5S, Range9W.:~ *' George Steven Cosand and C~- I Diane Cosand to Johnny T. Hal ..... Lots 6 and 7, in Block 2, Lewis First Addition to the City of Burr Oak. Iliff M. Banks and Lena Banks to Iliff M. Banks, trustee of the Iliff M. BanksRevocab~''~*'',~t. An undivided 112 interest in: t,. /2 of the SEll4 Section 20, Township 1 S, Range 6W, subject to easements and restrictions of record. An undivided 112 interest in: SW 1/4 of Section 34,Township 1 S, Range 7W, except 30 acres previously i HELP WANTED Motivated person to work at service station. Needs to be 21 years old and capable of getting a CDL License. 40+ hours a week plus good benefits. Contact Arthur L. Thompson, Manager, at ...... Randall Farmers Co-op Union, Randall, Kan. Phone 785-739-2317 11 I@~I mers 12 Black steers 13 Mi~l stNrs 12 Black hdfm 20 Mimdst~s 15 Mixed stsm 30 Mixed strum 14 Mi~ steem 31 M~ed h~fem i I This week's repod from the Hanketo ock Commission Co., In . This week's report, selling 823 head. 4,30 117.00 18 Mixed steers 620 10225 440 118.00 15 Mixed steers 760 107.00 4,'30 118.00 46 Blackblack~t~st~ets 795 . 109.75 420 114.00 15 Bta=blac~v/nitolaoas~ts 820 109.75 545 108.75 28 Mixed heifers 760 98.00 690 108.00 17 Holstein steers 795 7925 6~0 10425 29 Mixed steers 820 106.00 590 105.50 70 Mixed heifers 588 /~. 91.50 630 96 25 Sho~ term cows utah_ ....... 670.00 _ Consigned for Wednesday, Nov. 5 10 Big fancy bred heifers - angus bred to whiteface bulls, start Dec. 16; 150 Black black whiteface steers and heifers, 600 - 650; 123 Black steers and heifers, 500 - 600; 44 Cherolsis - angus steers and heifers, 500. eo0; 21 Black steers and heifers, 600; 63 Back steers and heifers, 600; 60 Black black whiteface steers and heifers, 750 - 900; 57 Black steers and heifers, 600 Andy Montgomsry, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785.545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Mobile 402.984-9545 Jon RuuMI, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fialdman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545.6784 8oott Greene, Fmldman, 785-428.3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 demmy Nelson, 785-374-4277 I conveyed. An undivided 1/2 interest in: N1/2 of Sectionl4, Township IS, Range 8W. An undivided 1/2 interest in: NE1/4 of Section 16,Township IS, Range 7W. An undivided 1/2 interest in: NEI/4 and the El/2 NW1/4 of Section 32, all in Township IS, Range 7W. An undivided 1/2 interest in: Tract commencing at the SW comer of inBlock 3,Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 1! and 12 in Block 4, all in the original townsite in the City of Webber; an undivided 1/2 interest in SEll4 of Section 30, Township IS. Range 6W, of,~ 6th p.m., except rai~ right-0f-wa~y and that poRion of said quexter platte, d as the townsite of Webher, except two tracts of land described as follows: said SWll4 of said Section 30, thence E on the half section line 16.19 chains to the W line of the townsite of Webber, Kan., thence S along the W line of said townsite 23.08 chains to the SW corner of Jones' 2nd Addition to Webber, Kansas, thence E along the line of said townsite 14,242 chains to the half sec- tion line, thence S 17.75 chains to the SE comer of said SWI/4 of said Sect. 30, thence W 31.33 chains to the place of beginning, containing 91.95 acres, more or less. An undivided 1/2 interest in: Lots 7,8,9,10,11,12, in Block 3 and Lots 7,8,9,10,11, and 12, in Block 4 in the original townsite in the City of Webber. An undivided 1/2 interest in: SE1/4 of Section 30, Township IS, Range 6W except railroad right-of- way and that portion of said quarter platted as the townsite of Webber and except two tracts of land described as follows: Tract One: beginning at apoint 80 feet S of the SE comer of Lot 6, Block 2, Webher, thence S 143 feet to the railroad right-of-way, thence in a northwesterly direction along said right-of-way 171 feet, thence E 95 feet, the place of beginning; and Tract Two: beginning at a point 70 feet Eand 80 feet S of the SE comer of Lot 12, Block 2, Lamm's First Addition to Webber, thence S 463 feet, thence E 600 feet more or less to railroad right- of-way, thence northwesterly direc- tion along said railroad right-of-way 262 feet, thence in a southwesterly direction along said right-of-way 100 feet, thence northwesterly direction along said railroad right-of way to a point 176 feet due E of point of begin- ning, thence W 176 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 13 l acres, more or less. and excepting a tract of land. Iliff I~. Banks and Lena Banks to Lena Banks Revocable.Trust. A 1/2 interest in: Wl/2 SE1/4 Section 20, Township 1S, Range 6W A est in: SW 1/4 of Secti~ IS, Range 7W. except 30 acres ously conveyed; an undivided 1/2 in- terest in: N1/2 of Section 14, Town- ship IS, Range 8W; an undivided 1/2 interest in: NE 1/4 of Section 16. Town- ship IS, Range 7W, of; undivided 1/2 interest in: NEI/4 of E1/2 of the NW 1/ 4 of Section 32, all in Township IS, Range 7W. An undivided 1/2 interest in: Tract commencing at the SW cor- ner of the SW 1/4 of Section 30, Town- the SW1/4 of Section 30, Township Tract One: begirming at apoint 80 feet 1 S, Range 6W, thence N on Section S of the SE comer ,,tt ,,t a m~,,t, ,~ hne 40.30 chains to the NW comer o ~ Webber, thence S 143 feet to the rail- road fight-of-way, thence in a noRh- westerly direction along said right-of- way 171 feet, thence E 95 feet to the place of beginning; Tract Two: begin- ning at a point 70 feet E and 80 feet S of the Southeast,comer of Lot 12 in Block 2, Lamm s First Addition to Webher, thence S 463 feet, thence E 600 feet more or less to railroad right- of-way; thence in a northwesterly di- rection along said railroad right-of- way 262 feet, thence' in a southwest- erly direction along said right-of-way 100 feet, thence in a northwesterly direction along said railroad right-of- way to a point 176 feet due E of the point of beginning thence W 176 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 131 acres more or less, except a tract of land. Jim L. Foster to Bill Foster and Sue Foster. Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 in Block 4 in~DnesubeaTy's First Addition to the town of Ionia. Probate Order of hearing of the estate of Georgene Marier~ Order for hearing on petition for probate of wi|l and for notice of credi- tors, estate of Daryl L. Haegert, de- ceased. Estate of Charles Averill Gonder, order admitting authenticated copy of foreign will to probate and record. In the Matter of the Trusteeship of the will of Charles Averill Gondex, . deceased. Letters Trusteeship. Criminal The State of Kansas vs. Karyn Mohler, Formoso, giving worthless, check. State of Kansas vs. Brandon R. Woemer, Superior, Neb. Four counts of burglary, four counts felony theft. Domestic In the matter of the marriage of McMichael and Jexemy PetitionTor divorce filed. Accidents Oct. 25 at approximately 4 a.m. at milepost 203.4 US36, Kevin R. Aufdenkamp, Clay Center, Neb., driv- ing a 1992 Buick, hit a deer.Accident investigated by Baird. No injuries. Damages over $500. Oct. 31 at approximately 10:20 a.m, on 100 Road and Y-Road, Glen A. Warner, Burr Oak, driving a 1987 ship IS, Range 6W, thence N on Chevrolet ran into a1997 Dodge truck Sectioi~ line 40.30 chains to the NW thatwasintheintersection. TheDodge com~" ' ~:fid SWlf4 of Section 30, was driven by, Glen Brumbaugh, Or- thence E ~4thc~ioa:~uet6,19 ,[cans, Neb. No injuries. Accident investigated by Ost. Damages over chains to the W line of the townsite of Webber. thence S along the W line of said townsite 23.08 chains to the SW corner of Jones' 2nd Addition to Webber, thence E along the line said townsite 14.242 chains to the half sec- tion line, thence S 17.75 chains to the SE corer of said SWI/4 of said Sec- tion 30, thence W 31.33 chains to the place of beginning, containing 91.95 acres, morn or less; an undivided I/2 ,8,9, and 12 $500. Nov. 1 at approximately 12 mid- night, on County road 280, .5 miles north from County Road S, Soan S. Snyder, Formoso, driving a 1985 Ford Bronco, said head lights went out and he went into the ditch. When he turned back on the road, he lost control and the vehicle rolled. No injures. Acci- dent investigated by Baird. Damages over $500. MONDAY, DEC. 1 7 p.m. Location: Uons Den, Randall Kan. Selling, will be 333 acres of grass and timber with cabin. Ideal hunting area next to LoveweU Lake. See next week's paper for more complete sale bill. RAMSEY FAMILY, owners Thummd Real Estate and Auction Beloit/Kan. 7~'P~8"5933 Auction will be held at the Community Building on the south slde of the lluare In Jewell, Ken. TUESDAY, NOV. 18 5 p.m. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 1920s, 3.ptm bedroom ~ 30s Waterfall bedroom set; Pine 6-f0ot back cabinet; Oak fern sland; Pattern rocker, Fancy ~g iron seat; Ing~m ,,' ~:c~ Metal bed; Rocker, Painter flip tray high chair;, Kerosene, tw0-bumer stove; 1~9 ~.rry and Worick J~",,eU calendar;, "War and Peace' fighting cock's ~enjman Marsna~ angraved by Chades Turner, 1929, 40-years wilh F~hling Cod~ Embry. 01ogy of the Chick 3rd book; 1924 Breeders and ~ guide The Game Fowl book; Rules cock Pit 1683 Countrey Contentment book; Kodak Jr. Six-20 and Jiffy Kodak Series II cameras; 50s Coke tray;, Silhouette picture; Waltham side wind hunting case watch; JeweU T and pepper;, McCoy dud~; Wall p0~et Amber ~ bow~', covered swan and .d..~..r;,,Rgudnes; Planters; Snack ~ Gra~e ~ flo~ basket ~ ~; Juicer; Little ~om cigar box; Wax sealing set; ~ff plastic child s sewing machine; Games; Waugh oil and gas Mankato knife; Creamery and Hatchery salt and pepper Mankato; Two-gallon crock {;~ttonsg; Look magazines; chenille bedspread; Pens ~d pencils; Orange ='ate; large assortment ; costume jewelry; ~ ~ a~'~l reckkee; R~ necklace and bracelet; Jewelry boxes; Hats; Dollies; Christmas decorations; Flour, salt and sugar sacks; Wooden hangars; Cow bell; Shoe lass; Harness hook~ Cream can; ~attsage ~; Glass d~en water;, Wooden egg case; Wash bench; Wash board', Lard tin; Hanging lights; Door knobs; Cast iron bootjack; Match safe; lantern; Tin boiler, IHC thermos; Jars; Insulators; Bud( saw; Tin seals; Wooden pulleys: Cistern cups; Garden cultivator, Sled; Ribbon ba~re; Skelly, five.~,atfon and ,~ ...... ~