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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, December 25, 200,q' 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 1/2 ton. ood. Good school truck. $1,000 r best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc FORD F-150, club cab pickup Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- or402-879-3925. 500. 22-38-tfc HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc S TRUCK Sales, 6255 Hwy, Lincoln, Neb, has size its operation as -03. All units in our 335-truck will be reduced to our Iow- pnce to achieve this goal. Buy before year-end for additional s. Call us at 402-466-8388 or visit us on the web at com. al HONDA PERFORMANCE FIRST CRF50-$1,099 Garbers 402-729-2294 23-52-1c Estate 2,OUNTY farm, SE 114, 19, T-2-N, R-8-W. 12 miles south Lawrence. Mostly grass. Call 402- 24-45-tfc acreage with houses uperior. Suitable for Call 785-647-5991 or evenings. 24-50-tfc - Notice NUCKOLLS County Free Im- be held the first at Brodstone Memodal from 2-4 p.m. Bnng i mmuni- records. Chicken pox vaccine available, phone 402-879-3910 information. Sponsored by Bred- Memorial Home Health Care. 26-oamc Law. :lisability claims; and Saunders, Attorneys No recovery - no fee! Call FAST relief from Statewide filing. Affordable rates. Call Steffens Law Office, 308- Alfalfa Expo!f! Tues- and Wednesday, Feb. 3 and 4, See latest in haying equipment! corn or e-mail at alfalfaexpo @ alltel.net. ;ical Instruments TEMPTATION organ, very good condition. Call 402-879-4333. 30-51-2p 36-Thank you GUIDE Rock Lions Club would say "Thank You" to the follow- businesses and individuals for ) in making Christmas a little for the children and senior of Guide Rock: The Rock, Lonnie Arrants, Ely's Farmers 4Jnion Co-op, Bank, Montgomery Wanda Stump. 36-52-1 p ~, SPECIAL thank you to all who sent gifts and flowers and to all who anniversary recep- at the Christian Church. Thanks for making it a won- Richard Oliver. 36-52- lc Union Chapel UMW Union Chapel UMW met on Dec. 8 the home of Marliyn Walker. Kim Davis, president, called the to order. Seven members an- roll call with a Christmas Allene Davis mad two stories. Items this month's mission project, the : Correctioqal Futility, Alyce Gill err will de- Hats and mitteqs from Giving Tree at church were given , School, s were given to the Food Pantry. The lesson was about the Star of Jewell Co. Memories 100 Years Ago "We wish a Happy New Year to all our subscribers, borrowing neighbors, delinquent subscribers, the man who says there's nothing in it, and all"Jewell County Republican. Tom May held a dance in his new barn. The present decade may see the submarine and flying machine in suc- cessful operation. Mrs. Tom Lowe made a thousand pounds of butter last year. The Darling Bros. bought 6,000 bushels of corn at 28 cents. 80 Years Ago Beautiful summer weather this win- ter. Wm. Cameron came to Jewell in 1870 with the Freeport Colony. One man was here then. He was Billy Street. He lived in a cave on the creek. There was not a house in sight. Mr. S.R. Worick is the only other person living who came with the Freeport Colony. All designs of paper money are to be changed although the old designs still look good. Married Dec. 24, Miss Helen Hull and Mr. Fred Ott. Married Dec. 26 Miss Gladys Musser and Mr. Harry Bryson. 60 Years Ago One thing for which 1943 will be remembered is that practically all the fall rain and winter snows passed up Jewell County. Stores in Jewell will be open on Saturday, Jan. 1 except the banks. Poor wheat prospects in Jewell County for 1944, are credited to lack of motsture. Misses Naomi Myers and Eloise Howland, student nur~s at Concordia, are spending the holidays with Formoso home folks. Hillsdale correspondent wrote, "The best Christmas gift of all was a letter from our boy who is Somewhere in Italy, stating he was OK". 40 Years Ago Returning Mankato High School lettermen are Delmar Rothchild, Den- his Schrock. Bob Shirley and Jim Powell. Merry Christmas from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sforza of the Buckaroo Motel. Mankato. Larger consignors at the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. sale were Wint-Smith, Glenn .and Bob Love, Amo Smith, Larry McClintock, Dean Smith, M. Graham, John Fennel M. Shaffer, Clarence Blew, Melvin Blecha, Perry Griffith, Ted Menhusen, Brad Judy, Walker Grain Co., Bob Fulton, V. Winslow. Cows mostly from $10 to $12.10; 450 lb. steers sold to $24.50. Ionia School Christmas program was held "Mrs. Santa Saves Christ- mas" and "30 minutes with Santa Claus". Mrs. Dorothy Stetler is the music director. Santaresembled Wayne Harvice. 20 Years Ago Ute Theatre was showing Return of the Jedi. Mr. and Mrs Gene Johnson, Burr Oak, were honored with a 40th wed- ding anniversary supper ~*.the Burr Oak Care. The Seniorettes of F.~bon'held a Christmas dinner. Hosts were Loretta Ault, Edna Kindler, Harold Thomp- son. Firemen were called out to the Rex Kennedy home north of Mankato to put out a chimney fire. The fire burned a holt. in the wall. Jeanne and Dale Freeman will open the R Bar M Club, Jan. 2, 1984. 10 Years Ago Jewell County Hospital received cash donations from Mankato Thrift Shop and Montrose Methodist Church. The donations were specified to be used for the purchase of linens for the LTC unit. Max Bourbon was elected presi- dent of the Jewell Chamber. Alan Wanklyn Plumbing was se- lected as the first place winoer in the business category of the Jevyell Christ- mas !igl~ting contest. Winning the resi- dential award was Rodney Stottlemire. Mr. and Mrs.. Arnold Mahin, Jamestown, observed their 60th wed- din~ anniversary with an open house. Betty Howland, Maxine Dempsey, ~n~o~nn T .e~ro, w and Lorraine Frye par- an eight-day Christnms ionr ma and Texas. inners of Formoso Christmas ~lrghting contest included The B am and and Mrs.. John Peters. Dwight Thronson was a new em- ployee at Boden Repair, Ionia., One Year Aglo F_o~_ attend Mankato tour of homes. .v~tato Junior-Sanior Sigh School smatnts conducted a food drive for the The next meeting will be Jan. 8 at Jewell County Food Pantry. They col- lected 282 itenw. Car of the Week 1995 Ford Explorer XLT Sport, 4x4, 2 door, V-6, 5am.~~~ndt~onSpeed, power windows, locks, ~, cruise, ,If Hayes Auto Sales Superior, Neb. (402) 879-4439 Courthouse News JewellCounW Register of Deeds Golda F. Mowers to Joseph A. Pe- ters and Jennifer S. Peters. NEll4 of i ;f*~ " J ' out from a parking space. The Barry vehicle was unable to stop because the street was snow packed and " NWI/4 and NWl/4 of NEl/4 of Sec- ered. No injuries. Accident tion 1, Township 2S, Range 8W, SI/2 =areal by Westfate. Damages over of SWl/4 and SWl/4 of SEll4 of See- ~500. " ........... tion 36, Township IS, Range 8W, and Dee. 17 at approximately 9:15 p.m., NEll4 of Section 14, Township 5S, Range 8W. Sheriff of Jewell County, Kim W. Ost, to Citifinancial Mortgage Co. A tract of land in the NEI/4 of Section 21, Township 4S, Range 7W. Central National Bank, Mankato to Gary D. Colson and Shena D. Colson. Lot 2 of the Mankato hivestment Co. Subdivision of Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, in Block 33, in original townsite of City of Mankato. Charles R. Russell and Olive June Russell to Jeremy McMeen and Megan McMeen. A tract of land in the N 1/2 of NWl/4 of Section 31, Township IS, Range 6W. Lori A. Bonjour andRobert A. Bonjour to Eldon W. DunStim and Pamela D. Dunstan. An undivided 1/4 interest in N 2 feet of LOt 24; and S 21 feet of Lot 25; and part of Lots 27, 28, 29, Block 38, original townsite of City of Mankato. Tyler Farms L.L.C. to Dan ilo Calde~on and Rina Mina. Lots 1,2, 3,4 in Bl~k 27, Case Addition of the City of Mankato: Peter J. Wolfenden to John P. Wolfenden and Suzarme Zizzi. An undivided 1/6 interest in the SEll4 of Section 28, Townsh/p 53, Range 8W. Wayne W. Parkhurst, E. Maxine Parkhurst and George E. Parkhurst, trustees of the Wayne W. Parkhurst, and E. Maxine Parkhurst Revocable Trust to George E. Parkhurst and Jean C. Parkhurst. Wl/2 SEll4 of Section 23, Township 03, Range 09W, and S 1/2 0fthe SESE of Section 23, Town- ship 03, Range 09W. Candace G. Leigh al, a Candace G. Orona, and Ray Leigli tO Jason Kussman and Shannon Kussman. E 1/2 of the SWI/4 of Section 17, Town- ship 2S, Raoge 6W. Douglas I. Warren and Cheryl J. Warren to Richard A. Cols~a,aad. Margaret M. Colson. Block 9 and 10 and ~art of Block 11, Johnson Addi- tion to the City of Mankato. Jewell County Sheriff Kim W. Ost to the State Exchange Bank. A tract in the SWI/4 of Section 27. Townshin 1 S, Range 10W. Traffic Stanley A. Meise, Brighton, Colo., speeding 79/65, fined $114. Chad J.Fogo, Superior, Neb.,speed- ing 83/60, fined $177. Limited Civil Brodstone Memorial Hospital vs. Barbara Hudson, Formoso. :.:~-0~8-...Civil CorimYr/~ fal Federal Bank, Succes- sor to Conimercial Federal Mortgage Corp. vs. Sheryl L. Garton, Mankato. Countrywide Homes Loans Inc. vs. Oliver Brown, Leavenworth, Kan., Beneficial Kansas Inc. Topeka, Karl., David L. Callaway and Leigh M. Callaway, Esbon, and OlDer Brown, Esbon, John Doe, (tenant) Esbon, Ma~' Doe, (tenant) Esbon. The State Exchange Bank; Man- kate, vs. Darrell E. Lapaill~, Amanda Lapallle, Amanda Dawn Regers, Mort- gage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., Kansas Dept. of Revenue, Jewell County Board of County Commission- ers. MarriAge License GermanMoreno Fernandez, Man- kate, Angela Marie Everhart. Man- kate. Ac~d~te Dec. 3 at approximately ~/p.m. at milepost 198 on US36, William MHler, Olathe, driving a 2000 Chevrolet, was heading west when he hit adeer. Noinjurie~. Accident laves- Curtis FJ'nst, Mankato, driving a 1990 Chevrolet pickup was heading west and hit a deer. No injuries. Accident investigated by Alley. Damages under $500. Dec. i 9 at approximately 6 p.m. on Highway 136 5 miles east from Red Cloud, Nab., Robert Carlson, Formoso, driving a 2003 Dodge pickup, hit a deer. Accident happened in Webster County, Neb., and was reported to Jew- ell County Sheriffs Dept. Dec. 20 at 12:15 p.m. N6 injuries. Accident investigated by Kim est. Damages over $500. Dec. 20 at approximately 6 p.m. at milepost 254 on K14, Leon Hell, Belleville, driving a 1994 Chevrolet was heading north and hit a deer. No injuries. Accident investigated by Al- ley. Damages over $500. I | Jewell County LTC I Residents viewed the videos "An Old Fashion Christmas," "What A Time" and "Christmas Across America." Residents made several .Christmas decorations including Christmas trees and paper chains to decorate the halls. The Head Start students brought Christ- mas angels for each resident. The Junior Girl Scout Troop 521 con- structedsnowmen to decorate the halls. George Sills led Bible study and worship services. The continuation of the stories of Old World Santas by Pipka was held for Tuesday Happenings. Deanna Freeman brought Christ- mas shaped sugar cookies for residents to frost and decorate. Residents who decorated cookies- Were Irene McCorkie, Irene Kleppinger, Ruth Roe, Dean Coder, Clue Wilson, Florence Headley, Jeanne Grout and Aletha Logan. Mike and Linda Wade presented a music program, including country and gospel Songs, several of which Mike composed. Linda is a niece of Twila Zentz. Residents attending games this -,week were Rutk Roe, Jeanne Grout, Aletha Logan, Dean Coder, Jewell Sweet, Jane Myers, Geneva Garman, Irene Kleppinger and Mildred Thelander. owner Oite ,tz donate former M-C . Industries building The owner of'the 66,000 square footBeIleville bulkiing which formerly housed the M-C~h~dustries plant has been offered tO donate the building and $25,000 to help recruit buSin~ses to Belleville Precision Dyllkmics Midw&~, a California-basedcompany vacated the building this fall. About five years ago the CallfOmia company purchased the product lines manufactured in Beilevill~ from M-C Industries.. The, NCK Ind~trial Development Committee wt~ich oversees the Belleville industrial parks env~ns subdividing the building to hera num[yer of smairtl~dustries. ~ "Hie building was expanded several times as the business grew. A new heating system was installed last year and new roof in 2000. The plant is local~ on seven acres and has parking forfor 15010 Vehicles. " Property taxes are about $27,000 tigated by Alley. Damages under $500. Dec. 3 at approximately I0:20 p.m. on County Road 150 three-quarters of a mile from County Road A, Adam Harris,Beloit, driving a 199.10mvrolet pickup heading south hit advt..ACci- dent investigated by Alley. Damages under $500. No injuries. Dec, 8 at appro ^xirq~ a~! 5;~5 p.m. on Ceder Road 1.0 i~li~ ~ From ,Northbranch, Kermit J~fery, B streak, driving a 1997 Buick hit adeer. Acci- dent investigated by Baird. Noinju- nes. Damages over $500. Dec. 13 at approximately 2:30 p.m. 2 miles South of K 14/K28 Jet., Marjorie Hansel, Jewell, driving a A991 Oldsmobile, made a left tu~ifi~nt of LeRoy D. Meier, Mankato, drying a 1999 Dodge. There was persotml in- jury. Both drivers were taken toMitch- ell Connty Hospital. Accident investi- gated by Barta. Dec. 15 at app~,imately 1 ! :05p.m. at milepsot 2Ht en-US6;:'~y Many stones in Montana Cemetery had to be removed and new concrete pads run beforethe stones were reinstalled. A total of 52 stones were repaired during restoration work last fall. Obituaries i iiii Loretta Ault Loretta A. Auit, 93, rural Ionia, died Dec. 17. She was born April 5, 1910, in St. George. She graduated in 1932 from Kansas State University with abachelor of science degree in home economics. She taught school in Esbon, Ionia, Geneseo and Jeweli. Survivors include two sons, Leon and Richard; a granddaughter and a great-grandson. Her husband, Gerald C. Ault, pre- ceded her in death. Graveside services were held Sat- urday at the Ionia Cemetery. Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jewell, was in charge of arrangements. Edmund Cordel Edmund Charles Cordel, 86, died Dec. 7 at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. He was born March 28, 1917, on a farm near Tipton, the son of Matt and Lousie (Pahls) Cordel. He attended High Prairie Country Grade School and graduated from Tipton High School in 1935. He did electrical work at Hake Hard- ware and worked at Boeing in Wichita. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was assigned with the 55th Long Range Reconnaissance Squadron serving in the Pacific Theater on the islands of Okifiawa, Guam and Saipan. After his discharge, he returned to the Tipton area to become a farmer-stockman. On June 4, 1946, Edmund married Helea Ohnsat at the St. Boniface Catho- lic Church in Tipton. He was preceded in death by his and tanned in Jewell County"from 1929-1944, with his brother, Dew. He served as trustee and assessor in Harrison Township and was honored as an original board member on the district's 50th anniversary. August 1, 1935, he married Eliza. beth Beeman at the home of her par- ents in Northbranch. To this union two children were born: Joan and John. In 1944, Wesley and Elizabeth purchased the International Harvester Dealership in Burr Oak. Two years later, they purchased the dealership in Humboldt. Elizabeth Stansbury preceded her hus- band in death on July 5, 1991, after nearly 56 years of marriage. On November, 25, 1995, Wesley Vlrgil Warner Virgil Otis Warner, 93, the son of Clarence LeRoy and Dora B. (Cox) Warner, was born Oct. 15, 1'910, at Haviland, Kan. He died Dec. 16, at the James River Care Cd~tr in Spring- field, Me. On July 27,1930,he married Mabel Arnett. This union was blessed with four children, Leslie, LaVeta, Doretta and Clarence. In 1947, they moved to the Burr Oak community to make their home. Virgil had worked as a farmer; he was a pump engineer for several years with Phillips Pipeline company; he worked at Mid-Am Dairy for a period of time; and he drove the Burr Oak school bus and worked as a me- chanic. Mabel, died Oct. 7, 1979. Virgil married Beulah Batty in Au- gust, 1980; Mary Arnett in June. 1985; Elsie Arnett, in January, 1987; and Helen Hawthorne in June, 1990. In 1997 because of failing health he moved to Moore, Okla. In 1999, he moved to Springfield,/do. Also preceding him in death were his parents; a grandson; five brothers and three sisters. Survivors include his children: Leslie Warner, Superior, Mrs. Earl Winslow (La Veta), Mankato; Mrs. Marvi,n Meek (Doreta), Rogersville, Me., and Clarence Warner, Norman, Okla.; 20 grandchildren; 38 great- grandchildren; 12 great-great-grand- children and five step-children: Thelma Marshall, Don Hawthorne, Lois Wallcott. Marie Smith and Mina Duncan. Services were held Friday from the Nazarene Church, Burr Oak with the Rev. Jack Roe officiating/ Interment was in the Northbranch Cemetery. The Simonson-Williams Funeral Home, Red Cloud, in charge of arrangements. married Grace Reeves Bilger in Olathe. They made their home in Sahetha, un- til her death on Oct. l, 2000, at which time he moved back to Humboldt. At Humboldt he served on the school board, several terms on the city council, the original community hos- ,pital board, and after retiring from the implement business, one term as Richardson County Commissioner. He was honored as king of the Richardson County Free Fair in 1963, ~ wa~ :m active member of the Humboldt Ma- sonic Lodge, Odd Fellows, and The United Methodist Church. He was a Albert Wyatt Albert Andrew Wyatt, 88, the son of Albert E. and Lucy (Harkens) Wyatt, was born Nov. 17, 1915, on hi~ parents farm near Webber. He died Friday at the.Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Su- perior. Albert was one of 12 children. He attended country school in Jewell County. On May 5, 1934, he married Frances Burge in Belleville. This union was blessed with two cfiildren. Albert lived 10 1/2 ~jears in Mis- souri, 20 years in Minnesota and the member of the Long Branch Water- rest of his life in the Webber area. He shed District and served as president of ' loved gardening, fishing, hunting and the Rotary Club and the chamber of woodworking. commerce. He died at the Colonial Acres Nurs- ing Home on Friday. He was preceded in death by his wives; parents; sister, Ruth, and broth- ers, Ershil, Dew and Alfred. Preceding him in death were his parents; one son. Toby, Jan. 29, 2002; and an infant daughter; one grandson, seven brothers, John, Hewlie, Cyrus, Edwin, Wayne and two infants; sis- ters, Margaret Edwards and Birdie parents; three brothers infantMatthew, He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Blair. Leo and Lawrence; and ~ ~;o'- A..~ Phm;,~ V,,,, ~,,~,~ " ..... a=t x~. Survivors include fii:s~vife Web- Ketta,~h~. ~ ..... Calif.,~idDr,JolmBtansbmy,St Paul, b~g, f.ogr grandchildren; six great- Survivors, besides his wife, of the Minn., four granddaughters, and two grandchildren; two sisters, Carrie home, include asister, Matilda Beisner, Washington D.C.; four sons,-David, Stephen and Robert, all of Cawker City, and Adrian, Beloit; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Don ~ einert (Margaret), and Mrs. Larry .... ar (Mary), both of Wichita; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. - The funeral was Dec. 20 at New Life Assembly of God Church, Beloit. Officiants were Pastor Wade Moss and the Rev. Arthur Taylor. Honors were rendered by American Legion Post No. 278. Interment was at St. Boniface Cemetery, Tiptpn, Arrangements :~re by McDonald- Roberts Funeral $~ice, Beloit. 'Wesley Stansburg Wesley Jennings Stansbury, 97, Humboldt was born Sept. 7, 1906, in Houghton, N.Y., to the R'evemnd James A. and Mae (Becman) Stansbury. Af- ter Rev. Stansbury completgd semi- nary studies, the family ~et~a'ned to Jewell County, where Wesley",, lived great-granddaughters. Services were held Monday at The United Methodist Church in Humboldt, Neb., with Pastor Jaclyn Hey officiat- ing. Interment was Tuck. ay at the Northbranch Cemetery. Wherry Mortuary- Humboldt was in charge of arrangements. Rothchild, Mankato, and June Hinkson, Des Moines, Wash. Services were held Tuesday from the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel in S uperior, with Pastor Dorthea Fairbanks officiating. Interment was in the Webber Cem- etery. I Phone 402-879-3291 * 785-378-3191 CLASSIFIED RATES ONE WEEK, per word ................................................................. 15 Minimum charge ....................................................................... $3.00 TWO WEEKS, per word .............................................................. 27 THREE WEEKS, per word .......................................................... 39 For Additional Weeks Add 12 Cents Per Word CARD OF THANKS, per word ................................................... 15 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY, per inch ............................................. $3.25 subsequent issues (minimum four), per inch ............................ $2.90 BLIND ADVERTISEMENTS - Advertisements running" blind under the name of the newspaper must be answered by letter. Answers must be called for within 10 per ar. .~ ~ ~enn another development front, the until moving to Humboldt in 1946. He CitvofRMlevilleiseonsiderinoestab-graduated from Northbranch Academy 74. -- ......... ~' " " " ~.6 ....... t~t t~.. qn-'is wah the high school class o( 1924, and us~.~amxmcromen ........ c gu- . , . ............... Grand Island Business College m 1927 u-~tm asstst wttn me aevetopmem oI ;. .......... a US 81 corridor~ - - ne taught rural scnoo~ ror mree vears ~/M~hU~t~ ~ t~k`Guide RO~ ~11monlty ~ildt~, Gtd~ P~k 4~ #you am in/he market for an excel~ca/~mbina#on non.irrioa/ed farm and grass/and proper~, ploasa #~act this property/// Ro~:~ ~opee/is located from the intersedion of Highways 136 and 78 at Guide , Nebraska, 4 miles north and 4 112 miles east to the northwest comer of the ~ . Th~ is a~ excellent quality, 320 acre tract of Nuckolls county land, It consists of ximete~y 10ff.8 acres of non-irrigated crop land and the balance is in meadows, g~ t and and roads and ditdaes. LEGAL BESCRIPTION: The East Idalf (EI/2) of Seventeen (17), Township Two North (T2N), Range Eight West (ReW) of the 6th Joerg, Formoso, was going east when P'M', ~ls C00nly, Nebraska. TERMS: A payment equal to 20% of the purchase a strong wind caused her to loose con- ~ !bedue~y of the audi0n. The balancewill ~ due on 0r bef0re February 6, trol and go into south ditch striking ~.uponilelivery el a title ihsuranoei~,ind~marketable title vested in the milepost and then came out of ditch ~me ~ ~ seller, The sellers will als0 deTNetan exited p~al Representatives and crossed the mad and stail~. No arranty 0eed at dosing. Final payment will needto he,de by cash 0rcertified funds. injuries.. Accident mvesti~ted by Absolutely no er4:el)ti0ns. Immediate iand~rd's ~si0n will be given at dosing and Baird. Damages over $500. fuli~ida~Chl,2004, .: ~;~ ~,~. ....... :., ? Dec. 16 at approximately l:30p.m. I~ylt~resshoddbe~recledto~~,~uh~&Rea~lnc., on PameJa Barry,~Webber,; driving a 402~~H~ERLINt~ ~o:l~hter~Ogt~.ne~F0rinf~ion 0nthis 2000 Pontiac, was making a left turn. ~0~ auctions, dick on ourweb ~e HYPERL~p://www.ruhterauction.c0m" George Jensen, Mankato, drivifig a t~wt.~.cgm , ~ ~i ~, ,~ ...... 2000 Chevrolet piclmp, ~,tmaldng,~ " A ~)UE DILUGENCE REPORT" U~rlNG PE~ INF~ON ABOUT THIS TRACT IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTIN~TItE AUCTION COMPANY l ][' " ' II I- , 1 11 FoiSt Childeess Estate 11 [MotorClub (~(1~)1 1] StephanieStrobl, PersonaiRepresentative SusanX. Alexander, Attorney II I I]' Ruhter Auction & Realty Inc. [[ Ill WestHwy6 , II -Bastings, Nebraska 68901 II [I / 402-463-8565 JJ i f~ ', days after the last insertion. There is an additional charge of $1.00 more than the cost of the ad for this form. HOW TO KNOW WHAT YOUR AD WILL COST Minimum Charge for any ad is .................................................. $3.00 Count each initial or number as a word, including your name and address. All classified ads are payable in advance by either Master Charge or Visa. There will be a 50-cent charge for billing all non-commercial ads. ( DEADLINE: Ads wilt be accepted until a t~.m. TUeSclw ~, I -.._ :-~ v~iication ,n Issue of the f ..,,ng day. j C/assifieds wi// be published in The Superior Express and the Jewe// County Record. Paid circu/ation in excess of 5,000. This newspaper reserves the right to classify all advertisements according to its own rules of classification. CLASSIFIED INDEX Run your advertlsomant under any of the foflowlng headings: 1-Personals 9-Pets 21-Feed sad Seed 2-Gauge Sale 10-Work Wanted 22-Vehicles 3-Lost or Stolen 12-Ltveetock 23-Recnaflonal 4- Strayed 13-Mecl'dnery 24-Real Estate 5-Found 14-Sale Calendar ~-M~Dtle Homes 6-For Rent 15-OpportunttiU 26-Notice 7-Wanted 16.Mls~qaneous For Sale 30-Musical 8-H~,~ Wanted 17-Etactmnlcs 36-Thank You 18-Household Goods 37-1n Memorlum HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED AD BE CLEAR. Readers nspond mort qutckly 'and favorably when ~ compete; or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the nader-pnspact to reach you. For beet re~j~s always insert your telephone number complete with area code, your name and complete mailing address. If you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospects call you. PLACE YOURSELF in the nader's position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). CLASSIFIED ADS THAT FAIL to bring satiefsctlon do so. ~ through lack Of readership, but because they do not c~=a!n enough informat~n ~ get 0rompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can be se~Jmd lor yOUr jtd~mrtlser~ t by offedng consecutive Insertlone. You can stop your ad in the event of results and then I~y~only for the times it is pub,shed. Then am also spectal rates for those who an deslnus of keeping their name or offerbefon th~ public every week. HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD Phone 402-879-3291, 785-378-3191 or 800-359-2120. Mail to PO Box 408, or PO Box 305, Orders may be Discovery or Supedor office hours 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; kL III I