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Thursday, March 18.2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. SALE: BENOIT Angus&apos; 21st Annual Production Sale, Thursday, March 18, 2010 at the ranch 10 3/4 miles west of Mankato, Kan., on US Hwy. 37, Esbon, Kan., starting at 1 p.m.Selling approximately 160 fall and spring reg- istered Angus bulls. Call 785-725- 3231 for sale book. 12-7-5c REGISTERED YEARLING Angus bulls. Performance records. EPDs, mostly AI sired. Deliver April 1. Parr Angus, Red Cloud, Neb. Call 402- SHIPPING CONTAINERS: 20x8x8: 40x8x8; 48x8.5x9.5: 53x8.5x9.5. Camlock doors hardwood floors su p- port fc rklift. Delivery available. 1-785- 655-9430 Solomon. Visit online at www.chuckhenry.com for complete web listing, photos, specs, pricing. SUPER SATURDAY blow out hot tub sale. March 20. Lowest prices n midwest, extra $500 to $1 000 off. Town Center Showcase Lincoln. Neb., 1-800-869-0406 Or online at goodlifespa.com. 16 HIGH SPEED interhet. Still waiting for high-speed where you live? Call WildBlue! Available virtually anywhere through satellite. Get free standard installation and 24-7 customer sup- port. 1-800-820-0154. 16 YOUR TOTAL solution for steel and wood-steel buildings. Quality. Versa- tility. Value. Service. Sentinel Build- ing Systems, 1-800-327-0790 ad 26. 746-3523 or cellular, 402-746-4528. www.sentinelbuildings.com. 12-1 -tfc ....................... S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt removal of dead cattle and horses. 1- 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc 14-Sale Calendar THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1:30 p.m., Superior Elks Lodge, 230 N. Central, Superior, Neb. Selling seven tracts of Jewell County, Kansas land for Eu- gene B. Wood Estate. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-7-5p FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 10:30 a.m., at 2256 B. Diamond Road, one mile south of State Line Station on Hwy. 14 and 1 1/4 mile east. Selling farm machinery, household goods and antiques for Eugene B. Wood Estate. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-7-5p WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, House- hold consignment auction, Nuckolls County Fairgrounds, Nelson, Neb. Please call ou r office to consign items. Advertising deadline will be Monday, March 8. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-5-7p WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 10 a.m. The Abdal Consignment Auction has been rescheduled and will be held on the east edge of Superior. Montgom- ery Auction and Realty in charge. 8-10-2c 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 10 a.m. machinery consignment auction. 1/2 mile west of Superior Hig h School, on Eighth Street and at the intersection of Roads BC and 3500. Please call our office to consign items. Advertis- ing deadline will be Monday, March 15. Gale Mikkelsen, 402-879-5666 or Corey Mikkelsen, 402-879-t504, or the office, 402-879-4464. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-5-8p SATURDAY, April 17, 10 a.m., Nuck- oils County fairgrounds.Annual spring conmgnment auction for Nelson Vol- unteer Fire Department. Contact Dale Uhrmacher, 402-225-4951 or 402- 519-1251 or Chuck Tuttle, 402-225- 4951 or 402-621-0037. Uhrmacher Auction in charge. 14-11-5c MONDAY, April 26, 10:30 a.m., Main Street, Red Cloud, Neb. Selling bar and restaurant equipment for South Bar in Red Cloud. For pictures and more information, log onto our web site (www.montgomeryauction.com). Mont- gomery Auction and Realty in charge. 14-9-4c ONLINE ONLY auction. Seventeen foreclosed properties. Bidding ends March 23. Also selling in Ind., Ky., La. and Miss. BP five percent 1-800-323- 8388. RowellAuctions.com. 14 15-Opport u nities ATTEND COLLEGE online from home. Medical, business, paralegal, accounting, criminal justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 1-888-220-3977 or visit online at www.centu raonline.com. 15 AIRLINES ARE hiring - Train for high paying aviation maintenance career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Housing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 1- 888-349-5387. 15 DRIVERS - TRAINING and building business owners! Train and work for Central Refrigerated. Class A CDL training - No credit check - Regional training locations 1-800-526-9277. Ext. 2002 www.centraldrivingjobs.net. ALL CASH vending! Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route, ncludes 25 machines and can dy. All for $9,995.1-888-753-3441. 16-Misc. for Sale GREEN MOUNTAIN Grill: Tired of hot spots, burned food and trying to start your grill? Call 402-469-3089. 16-11-1c SEVERAL USED big-screen HD TVs with warranty. Dick's TV, Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3123. 16-47-tfc Saturday, April 24 Su 00erior, Neb MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp UP TO 80 percent savings on many medications. Including Armour Thryoid,-generic for Actos, Boniva, Domperidone. Lipitor. Plavix, Zetia and all ED meds. Canada Drug To- peka 1-866-804-6100. 16 HOT TUBS by Nordic. in stock and ready for delivery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture. Mankato, Kan.. 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc 22-Vehicles LOOKING FOR the classic car. truck or motorcycle of your dreams? Go to www.midwestclassiccars.com. It's your midwest connecbon to classic vehicles for sale. Need to' sell a classic vehicle? For only $25, you r ad with photos will run until sold! Call this newspaper (402-879-3291) today for more information or call 1-800-369- 2850. 22 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR sale: Superior, Neb., two-bedroom, six garages. For more information, 402-469-0521. 24-9-tfc THREE BEDROOM singewide $29.995. Three bedroom doublewide $39.995. Very limited time offer! Call now 785-862-0321 Out of town? Worth the drive. We'll pay your gas! FORTY ACRES. two bath horne, two car garage, new well two storage buildings, new within last six months. Three miles east of Kilgore. 402-966- 3451 402-389-1108. 24 TIME HAS run out. Must sell three- bedroom manufactured home. Must move to your land. 785-841-4887. 25-Mobile Homes GOT LAND? Zero down with your land or family land. We own the bank. Easy qualifications. Call 785-537- 8111. 25-6-12c 26 - Notice GUN SHOW March 20-21. Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 9-3. Kansas City, Me.. KCI Expo Center (11730 N. Ambassador Dr) Exit 12 off 1-29 Exit 36 off 1-435 WWW buy-sell-trade. In- formation: 563-927-8176. 26 36-Thank You THANKS FOR the cards, visits, flow- ers and telephone calls I received for my 94th birthday. I enjoyed them all. Ruth Hansen. 36-11-1p THANK YOU to all who sent cards and letters in honor of my birthday. It was so good to hear from you. God bless. Barb Sholtz-Blecha. 36-11-1 THANK YQU! May we express our appreciation for the many cards, me- morials, food, flowers, plants and words of comfort and kindness we received at our sad time of Yale's death. Also, thank you to all who helped with his care, Pastor Berry for being there with us, the UCC Women for the lunch and Price Funeral Home for their expertise assistance. LaVera Meyer, Allen and Leanne, Duane and Chris, Byron and Peg, Calvin and Linda Eva and Mark, Keith and Brenda and families. 36-11-1 p WANT to thank Dr. Leibel and the staff at Brodstone Memorial Hospital for the wonde rful care I received du ring my recent stay in the hospital. Extra thanks to the Nelson EMTs for their orompt and efficient ambulance service transporting me to the hospital. Thanks for the visits, prayers and phone calls. Bob Eilers. 36-11:1p THANK YOU! A sincere thane you to everyone for the cards, calls, flowers and any rememberance for our 70th anniversary. It was great. Eugene and Elva Hanson. 36-11-1 COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALES Currenth/ acceptin< applications_hat the hUl-time positioJl of Dietary Cook-Aide For further information and an application, call Sheryl Fuller at 402-365-7237 t arkmew Haven Nursing Home Deshler, Nob. <)-s\< 19bituaries i Keith Bohnert Keith Philip Bohnert. 86. died Sat- urday, March 13. 2010. at the Presby- terian Manor in Clay Center. Kan. Hc was born J an, 5, 1924, in Jewel l County, Kan. He was a Iong-tirne resident of Mankato. Keith was the naiddle son of seven boys born to Carl and Ethel (Simmons) Bohnert. He married Wanda Swinton on Nov 18. 1951. at the Christian Church in Jewell. He was a nlemher of tide Christian Church in Mankalo. Keith graduated from Jewell High School. He started auto nlechanic train- ing in high school and later trained in Kansas City and Claica<,o He worked as an auto mechanic at Beloit Motors. several husinesses in Mankato and for the Kansas State Highway Department in Mankato. He helped many stranded motorists on weekends throughout the years. Preceding him in death were his wife Wanda: parents: brothers Ralph, Fred. Clyde and Roy; and granddaugh- tel'. Elisaheth. Survivors include: two sons. Steven Bolmert and his wife. Tannny, and Paul Bohnert. all ofMankato: a daugla- ter. Carol Parker and her husband Lonnie. Clay Center. Kan: two broth- ers; Marion. and his wife. Betty. Beloit. Kan.. and Harry and his Wife. Joyce. Scott City, Kan.: eight grandchildren: and eight great-grandchi dre 1 Keith enjoyed country and western murat, trips to Branson. mo.. time in his garage and coffee breaks with friends. His funeral was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 17. 2010. at the Mankato Clnistian Church with Pastor Thadd Hinkle. Burial was in Walhtce Cemetery, Jewell, Kan.. Memorials were gwen to Mankato Christian Church or Clay Center Preshyterian Manor. Kleppinger Funeral Home. 409 Broadway, Jewell. Kan.. was in charge of arrangements. ) --I aid OI)ituary-- Philip Pennington Philip C. Pennirigton. 59. Weatherby Lake. Mo.. died Feb. 16. He was born Nov. 30, 1950, to Olivia (Dunham) and Jams Lindsey Pennintru.)n " Philipgraduated fronl Jefferson City Senior High. Jefferson City, Me.. and earned his bachelor's and master's degrees ['1"O[11 Texas Christiail Univer- sit 3 , Ft. Worth. Texas. and juris doctor of h.tw degree fronl Washbttrll Univcr- sn y. Topeka. He was currently serving on the hoard o1 governors of the law school alumn assoClallOll. He was employed by AMC Thealres and re- cently retired as vice president el'legal. He was a lifetime nlemherofthe Rocky Mountain EI ,Foundation. endowed the Philil C.,P;ntfinton Law Scholar- ship and was a]st) a master masou and a memher of the Shrine. He was preceded in death by his father. Survivors include his mother. Olivia brother. Stephen, aunt. Marga- ret Canale GravesMe services were held at Round Prairie Cemetery in Leavenworth County, Me.. Fcb. 20. White Chapel Funeral Home. Ohidstone Mo.. was I11 chal't)e of ar- ['angc nlenls, Boyd Ritter Boyd H. Ritter. 85, Eshon. was horn SepL. 8. 1924. at Lehanon. it) Harry and Anna (Gil',eau) Ritter. He died Friday at the Hay,. Medical Cen- ter. Ha, s. Kan. Hc served with the United States Army tl'ona 1944 to 1946. He worked u a police officer m several Ct)lllllltllli- LIES. He is survived by his wife. Jovce RifLer. Esbon: two sons. Larry, Hill City, S. D.. and Gary Ritter, York: a dauehter. Mrs. Larry WasenMast (Tonja). Kingsto|l: a sister. Mrs. Louie Patterson (Sharvl)" seven grandchil- dren: anti II great-grandchildrel). He reqttested clel)la[iOll. A inenlo- rial services wil be at a Idler date. Wanda Woods Wanda Woods. 88. died htst Wednesday at tlie Smith County Me- morial Hospital. The daughter of Ernest and end fCox) Locke, she was horn Jan. 7. 1922. in rul,'al Smith County. She was a honlemaker. Survivors inclade her son. Gary Woods, Lebanon: daugnters. Mrs. Skip Overmi Iler (Marie), Sinith Ce nte,'. Mrs. Robert Shandy (Mae Jean). Tecumseh. Mrs. Tom Green (Meda) Ma3eua: a stepbrother. Jim Gouldie, Mankato: nine grandchildren: and nine-great grandchi kh'en. Ser\\;ices were held Saturday at Silnnlons-Rentschler Mortuary in Sitiiila Center with Pastor Lance McDt)well ol'ficiating. Burial followed in the Sweet Home Ceinetery. rural Lebanon. II I II II DispatchBy Edna Verhage i i i i i Greeters for the Sunday worship service were Lynn Keeps, Thelma, Adrienne, Alexis and Drake Keeps. Scripture passage Sunday morning was Luke 15:1 through 3:16 through 33. Theme Sunday morning was "Re- membering God's Goodness." Scrip- ture passage Sunday evening was John t4:16-17. Theme Sunday evening was "Inside Job." Dorothy Draayer, Orange City, Iowa. is here for a few days with the Dave Draayer family. Happy birthday to Henrietta Keeps and Dale Herredshurg, Marcia 14. Dordt College Choir from Sioux Center, Iowa, will be in Dispatch at 7 p. m. Sunday Everyone is welcome. I I I ..I Mankato Grayso,] Radar. Baldwin City, is here for a few days with his grandpar- ents, Dick and Nila Burns. Last week, Gerry and Donna Howard. Sabetha. met Gerald Carpen- ter and his wilE. Betty, Superior. Ibr supper in Mankato. Gerry and Donna also visited Jeanie Blair belbre going on to Phillipsburg where they visited relatives and friends. On their return triple Sabetha they visited Sanl Wagner and his wile. Gerry. at Smith Center. Gerald and Sam were classmates. Latisha Sinlon has sialted Ihe Karl- sas State High School Rodeo spring season. Last weekend she co[npeted in + Saturday and Sunday evening perfof mantes with her horse at Kingnlan. Latisha compeles in pole bending and barrel racing. Last weekend I,atisha was accent panied h), her nlother Carol Sinlon. I I I Jewell Co. Memories i 100 Years Ag() Bill Streel. ;.1 Jewell Counly resi- denl. has wrilten a book on his 40 \\;'ears frontier experience and is I1OW OI1 LI lecl tll'e Iour. F'ran Runyon. Jcwell. offered for sale a 5 horsepower Indian motorcycle with Iwin ca, linders. Ptest-O-Lite fucl tank and It=hr. and a I 'o-speed eneinc. Kelly McCollough lefl [or Forl McKirflcy in Wyomirg to join his regl- tncnt lhc 18th Infantry. A nlan nanled ForlUlle has bccn charged with shoolnlg al with inlenl It) kill one HunlJn<,ton:. , the jury ft)und hlnl guilly. The shooting hapleiled al Mankalo. A iranl wreck happened as the llain was a few Inilcs soulh of Burr Oak and going ;.11 a rate of [ 0 nli les per ho/.ll'. The rails spread, and the calamity occurred whet1 both coaches left the track. The engine v<as ahnosl ai righi angles. Dr Vallcttc. a passenger, was severely in- jtu'cd. It t,:)ok two da s to clear the mess. 90 Years Ago "'The Spoilers" ill nine reels, will show at the Whitc Way Theater March I-I, Ionia Theater March 12. and the Cozy Theater in Randal I. Admission is 15 cenls and 30 cents plus tax. Licensed to wed: Ernest Kindler. Esbon. mad Frances Spochek. Esbon: J.P. Trefethcn, Lucas. and Birdella Stohr. Mankato: Howard Quick. Formoso. and Hazel Bradrick. Forinoso: D.W. Mosher. Arriba. Cc, lo.. and Hauie Leveka. Courtland. Charles Loomis bought a fine new piano for his girls. For sale. Goose egg,, 75 cents per setting of six. Mrs. Lou Elliotl. P, andall. 70 Years Ago Randall P, ural High School boys defeated Kackley and won the district tournmnent. Third place went to Man- kate and consolidalion went to Montrose. With on]y I t) students en- rolled ai Kackley. there are five be3 s on lhe A team and five on the B team. When they played Mankato and Jewel l. Kackley did not make a subs,; .... and in the other ,""  ...... u,,, only one substitute was uscd for a short time. The bcst player on the Kacklcy team is a 5'9" senior ti)l'ward. Ernest Nelson. who scored 84 points in the whole Ionrnament. A. G.R. Leap Year Party was held at Rarldall Rural High school. The en- ierlainlnenl coinmitlee was Borneihl Smith. Florence ThorritOll and Jean Z immer. Jerry Sutton, the six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, John Sutton. had a serious accident when lae rata behind his father who was cuuing wood and was lilt with a double blade axe on his i ii i i ii i Taking Applications The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal part- time help for SWIMMING POOL MANAGER for the 2010 sea- son. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office, 217 S. High St., Mankato, Kansas. Completed applications need to be returned to the same address, by no later than April 05, 2010. For information contact the City Office, 785-378-3141. ' i i i i i Taking Applications The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal part- time help for SWIMMING POOL LIFEGUARDS for the 2010 season. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office, 217 S, High St., Mankato, Kansas. Colnpleted ap- plications need to be returned to the same address, bv no later than May 4, 2010. For information contact the City Office, 785-378 3141. 9-9c lower jaw. The blow cause a terrible cul and broke off sonle leeth. 60 Years Ago Gertie Kay Patrick. 8. has been di- agnosed with rheumatic fever. "Over big fields in a hurry with the No. 15 Single Action Disc Harrow" available from Elyea Service. Jewell. The Jewell Elevator has a new corn sheller installed. It has a rated capacity of 1.200 bushels per hour and is pow- ered by a 30 horse electric motor. A new hydraulic truck lift has also been installed. High winds hit Jewell County for two days first with winds rrom the south blowing dust and then switching to the north blowing snow. Wind dam- age broke windows, tore oft" shingles and blew over some cMmneys. A total of 25 members make up the Ionia Hustlers 4-H Club. New mem- bers are Lyndia Lee Sample. Emma Jo Boyer and Paul Van Wey. 50 Years Ago Mrs. Hattic Berry celcbrated her 97th birthday. Forty-five Jcwell Higta School band members will participate in the Pike Trail League Instrumental Festival that will be held at Jamestown. Paul Smith. Mankato High School physical education teacher and coach, has resigned effective at the end of the school year. F.W West was named the Jewell County corn growing champion at a DeKalb banquet held at Topeka. West had a yield of I 18.98 bushels per acre. The runner up was Donald Gunn. Hardy, with a yield of I11.27. Henry Heskett. Burr Oak. ranked third with a ) ield of 88.93 and lk)urth place went to Jack B.ycrs, Burr Oak. with a yield of 72.76. Jamcs Soflley presently the super- mtendent of the Ionia Schools was hired to serve the Republic Schools next school year. Sofilcy will rephlce Arnold Laman. 30 Years Ago Deanna Alexander was chosen by the American Legi,m Auxiliary, Perry A Lamb Post. Esbon. to attend GMs State. Karen Spiegel. Randall. is the new Jewell County champion speller. She received a check for $125 from the Mankato Claanlber of Cornmerce. Bc`+,crlv Hiligen and Wray Alexander were married in a double- ring cerelnony at the St. Thercsa's Catholic ChurclL Mankato. Glen and Erma Montg,.)mery cel- ebrated their 50th wedding annLver- sary at their Burr Oak home with an t)pcn house. Dan Libby. Esbtm. was shc, wn in the Jewell County Record with a 13- poml white-lail deer hc took southeast of Eshon. during deer season. It is Ihought to be the largest taken in Jewcll County and is ;t record with the state rish and ganle conunission. Libby will receive acertificate I1)111 the slaleganle agone),. Angie Diehl and Bradley Kiehl `+`+'ere rinally crowned the Burr Oak High School Sweclheart King and Queen. The ceronlony dud ganle hacl been pt)sl- poned twice because of I',ad wealher. The Jewcll High School be) s earned at spot in slate IA basketball plat by defeating the Pike Valley learn tit suh- state finals. It's Jewell's first trip Io Slale in 12 years. 10 Years Ago A rauhy wall furnace is believed to be the cause of a fire that destl+oyed a building in Randall early Thursda3 inorlaint, Fhnnes were noticed when a KDOT employee was cleaning the highway through Randall. Tile build- ing was owned by Randall Farmers Co-up Union. Used for slorage it was located on the WeSl side of nlain slrect. In past )ears the building was the of_ rice for Hart Grain. 1Jncoln (]rain. and Bttffalo Valley Grain colnpanles. Joe Barneston. Superior. was the successful bidder when Waher Wilson offered a qnarter section of hind for sale ai public aLICtioI1. Fie paid $620 per acre. Jcwell Counl} JuniorMissm Ashlyn Ward prepares to enler stale .lunior Miss rinals. Ra),lnond and Joyce Holl ohscrve, I their 50th wedding alllliv+2:-5<tiy. "" Ag .= ][ear O Menabers of Superit)r Vc, lunteer Fire Department watched as a Ifuilding which once housed the Batcheldcr Fu- neral Home burned in Webbcr. The building had more recently been used by the Chuck Diamond family for stor- age. Parker Estate of 120 acres of Jcwell Count 3 farmland sold for $2.125 per acre to the EIwyn Topliff Fanlily. A 50.000 bushe grain bin is being erected by Reis Construction at Mid- way Co-op Elcvalt)r. Burr Oak. Temporary consolidation hoards for Rock Hills and Jewll-Randall school districts worked out phms Ior the ix)s- sine consolidalion oflhe two dislri cls" buildings mainlained by the Iwo dis- trims were toured Friday. Jcwel l Garden Club studi 0s miracle of birds at the home of SMrley Varn0y. Rock Hills BOE Continued from page I darien and more recently with the land transfer. Underwo)d moved, seconded hy Spiegel. to have Gall Miller. abslrac- tor. revise the deed to remove the clause as requested by the City of Formoso. with all fees being the res ponsibility of the City of Formoso. Motion carried 7- 0. The board received correspondence from Don Snyder. Jewell County emer- gency management coordinator, re- "questing the board adopt the resolution regarding multi-jurisdictional hazard mitigation plan as presented. This reso- lution is needed fin" FEMA to approve the Jewell C()tll/ly plan The board agreed tt) his request. Supt Walker re ported Kansas was not awarded any grant dollars for the Race "['o The Top ProjecL. With the state cuts. if Rock Hills had nt)L had incentive funds there would a shorta<,e of $188.000: The F'reK Continuation Grant for 2010-2011 was suhmilted Io Kansas State Deparlmenl o[ Education prior to the March 9 deadline. Rock Hills is requesting approval for 1.6 slots again for next school year. Costs for replacing windows around the olelnenlary courtyard, replacing windows on both sides of the elclliell- iary a.s '+','el as or elllry doors on hoth the noi'llq and south o[ the high school were rcviewetl. The board approved thc proposal provided by Norton Glass Company, Inc. at a cost of $59.094 The work is to he done during the sumnler. Lights in the high school have been examined and replacement costs will be submitted al the nexi hoard meet- ing. Work on the concession stand at the high school will be ctmtpleted the week after the spring hreak. Supplies have becn ordered Lo COnll?lcte the Lip- elades It) Ihc I'CSII'Ot)IllS h\\; the hi-h school ct)ncesslon stand area with Mankato PhHnhing doing Ihc work on the project. An OOC compliance re- quest for previous USD 279 had bcelr t'cceivedatlhcUSD 07 district office and has been referred Lo the Cit} of Jewell. It relales to sidewalk work done fronl the fOl'lner Jewell school build- ing to the greenhouse. Two new speakers have been or- dered for the center of the high school ,,ytn. II was noted the rour speakers alone the walls had been adjusted in- correctly. Pierce Electronics \\;\as able to tix tl'fis aud ilt>\\;' the speakcrs are working well. Principal Waher reported slate as- sessments were being taken, instil}- state baske-tball, the boys filished+w, itl,1 a 14-8 record and the gMs finished wilh a record of 15-81 The first track meet will be March 26 at St. Johns. Beloit. The high school has 58 studenls out for track. Regional track will be hosted bv the Pike "Frail League perhaps at Rock Hills. TheTwin Lakes. Cheyenne and Pike Trail League will join forces for a ne\\;v league tariine with Ih4 2011-20t2 school vear. Joint gatherings in all ac- tivities, excepl football and basketball are heing phtntmd for ne\\;t year. There may he :.ijt)hll \\;olle 3 ball tt)tirllanl0111 al the end of Lhe scast)ll. A eonlinillee o1 Ihree Ironi each leaeue `+\\;.'ill all nleel Oll March 24 IO siarl planning+ Reglollal nusic s scheduled for March 27 at Cloud Coullly Connnu- niiy Coll.ege. for solos and small en- sembles: An g-man power li fting meet will be held April 10 at Bushlon. There are 25 it) 30 studenls fronl Rock Hills Ihal are phuming to particinate. There are several projecls heing planned or completed thai the board had addressed ai the last n/eeling such as repairii>g the drinkine fountain, re- placirig ceiling tiles track h0ing re- painled, door kick plales nslalled and acquli'iiLg prices on wood IO repair ihc bi0achers ai Ihe Iooihall stadlunl. F'ortv-Iour t)LII Of 119 pareiltS al- iL'nded the parent and leacher confer- ences. Jennifer Knick. FFA advist)r. suhnlitted a Iisi of FFA activities that are planned or have been carried Otll for Ihc hoard io review. Bleachers may he phiced on the east side of Ille fool- bal field Princirml Rocnlcr reported PTL Scholar 13o,,,, 1 was lie d March I with ihc ciThih eracte/;iklllg Hliid place' arltl the sevelllh grade tied I{.11" third. Third. fourlh and fil'th grade KalLsas Math Assessinenls are finished and the SlXI y, sc\\;'enlh and eiqll lade Kausas Math Assessnlenls were heing ,,iven. There was a 78 percenl altcndancc at th: iarent-teacher conferences. Middle school lrack praclice starled the prcvl- Technical Writer Reinke Manfacturing Co.. Inc. is now accepting employment applications for the position of Technical Writer. This position. within Reinke's Engineering group will be responsible for developing, writing, and editing owner's manuals: parts manuals: service bulletins; installation instructions; and other technica or administrative materials for the company's irrigation, trailer and chassis products. The equivalent to two years of college (business ad ministration. engineering or graphic arts) is preferred. The position requires two to three years work experience n a technical field ( i.e. drafting; technical writing or graphics design). Excellent corn puter skills are required with some exposure and proficiency with Auto Cad software being desirable. Those interested in this position may forwardtheir resume with cover letter to the Reinke Manufacturing Human Resource Department, P.O. Box 566, Deshler, Neb. 68340 or e-mail it to humanresources @reinke.com. Interested parties may also apply in person at the corporate offices in Deshler. Neb. REINKE MANUFACTURING CO. P.O. Box 566, Deshler. Neb. 68340 Reinke Manufacturing )s an Equal Opportunity Employer. M-F 1.2,, otis Friday wilh a Iolal o1'22 parlicipal- 1117, Kintlergarien through eighl grade pupils are starting ;t Junlp Rt)pe for Heart project with activities being dur- ing pl D sical educalitm c lasses for two weeks. The lew window air-ctmdi- Lloner for the elementary kitchen will he installed during the spring break. Three addit tonal executive ScssiLms were held before the nleeting ad- .iourned. Resource Council reviews activities The Jewel l County Resource Coun- cil met March 9 with Tessa Zehring ,presiding. Attending was Ashley Sudnram, an OARS advocate wht) works with DVACK in the Salina SRS office OARS is a s3 nonym for Orientation. Assessment. Referral and Safety and is a voluntary program for families nced- ing assistance fr(:,m SRS and an aller- nalive to lradJlk)nal wt)rk requirements. He," focus is to assist families based on their needs with gc, als of safety and self-sufficiency. II was reported the Jewell Counb Food Pantry needs donations of pan- cake mix. pancake syrup and canned meats such as tuna and salmon. On Feb. 9 Jewell County Council on Ag- ing representatives and others attended "Older Kansans Day" in Topeka. They had the opportunity to meet with legis- lators. The Mitchell County Parmership ror Children (MCPC) is Waiting to hear about the status of the bh)ck grant program which provides funds for the 3 to 5 year old program for those chil- dren who have cxited thc Parents As Teachers prog.'ana but haven't started to school. The Parents as Teachers program is also al risk. Council mem- bers were asked to contact state legis- lators regarditag the importance o ftlacsc programs to Jewell County residents. The Jcwcll County Health Fair will be MaMa 25 at the Mankato Commu- nity Center. The annual 4-H Fanrily Fun Night will be held March 27 at the Mankato Armory. Money raised will bc used for carnp and higher education scht)larsMfs. April 4 through I1 is the Week t)f the Young CMId. Amanda Anderson will be working in conjunction with MCPC to hold a story hour and RIF book give-away at the Mankato Li- brary during that week. The Domestic Violence Associa- tion of Central Kansas (DVACK) will be holding a candlclight vigil to re- member victims and survivors at 5:30 p.m. April 6. at the Sisters of St. Jose ph Motherhouse in Conct)rdia. DVACK will bc holdillgtlaeir 6th annual charity fundraisor in Salina When Gov. Parkinson signs the bill, Kal'lsas will become the 28th slate in the nation to be designated as smoke free. The legislation goes into effect July 1. The Resource Council will meet in April at 11:30 a.m. Electronics Bench Technician Immediate opening for an Electronics Bench Technician. Emphasis on cable TV related- eauipment. Ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge in electronics, meet deadlines, communicate and work well with others. Will train the right individual. Full-time. 40 hr. week Excellent work environment. Health. dental, ife insurance, paid vacation, sick leave. 401K plan. NO PHONE INQUIRIES Stop for application or send resume to: Tulsat-Nebraska 701 3 m St., PO Box 276 Deshler, NE 68340 b2 i , ,, Blue Valley Lutheran Homes Society, Ine The Care Home is seeking a Full-time Cook for the evening shift The Nursing Home is seeking a Part-time Dietary Aide Day and evening shifts Part-time Cook Evening shift (includes every other weekend) Courtyard Terrace is seeking full-time & part-time positions for Medication Aide Night shifts (includes every other weekend) Benefits are health, dental, life insurance, flex spending and pension plan for full time. Wages based on experience; double pay for holidays and differential pay for evening, nights and weekends shifts Attn: Ardith Maschmann 220 Park Avenue Hebron, NE 68370 402-768-3900 Fax 402-768-3901 ..In F, qtta/ O/)])ortunit3' /-'mp/o.t'er i -4: