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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 8, 2002 IIIII I ()bituaries iii iiii i i i Elizabeth Braden Elizabeth M. Cross, 88, died July 27 at Mitchell County Hospital, Be- loit. She was born Sept. 11,1913, south- west of Jewell to David Leroy Cross and Zelma May Crumrine Cross. Eliza- beth attended Sweet Home Country School and graduated from Jewell Rural High School in 1932. She was married to Kenneth L. Braden Jan. 14, 1934, at the home of her parents in rural Jewell. The couple settled in Jewell county, Brownscreek Township where they farmed until they retired from farming and moved to a new home in Jewell in 1970. She was a member of Mayview Christian Church and later the Jewell Christian Church, where she held nu- merous offices. She was a member of Order of Eastern Star, Christian Women's Fellowship, Brownscreek Garden Club, Happy Handful Club, and Jewell Chamber of Commerce. Preceding Elizabeth in death were her husband in 1999; parents; brother, James Cross. Survivors include a sister, Pauline Shamburg, WaKeeney; a brother, Joe Cross, Port Hueneme, Calif.; three sis- ters-in-law, Anna Belle Cross, Jewell, Dorothea Phillips, Beloit, and Maxine Shane. Wichita. Services were July 31 at the Claris- tian Church, Jewell with Pastor Dan Daniels, assisted by Pastor'Terry Mayhew officiating. Interment was in Wallace Cemetery, Jewell. Kleppinger Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. Donna Jensen Donna S. Jensen, 72, Georgetown, Texas, died July 30. She was born in Atchison to Paul W. and Matilda Scholz, Nov. 8, 1929. S he was raised on a farm near Lancaster and graduated from Atchison County Community High School, where she met her husband, Kenneth, who she married Sept. 6, 1948. The family moved to Mankato in 1969 where they lived for 10 years before moving to Newton. They re- tired to Sun City in Georgetown in 1996. Donna worked as a secretary. Survivors include her husband, Georgetown; a daughter, Mrs. Daniel Cord (Cynthia) Wichita; sons, George, Houston, Texas; and Carl, Mankato; six grandchildren and a brother, Raymond Scholz, Horton. A celebration of life service was at First United Methodist Church, Georgetown. Aug. 1. Private inurnment was Aug. 4 at Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, Kan. Gabriels Funeral Chapel, Georgetown. was in charge of arrangements. i 000 The Rev. Lois Lenz The Rev. Lois V. Lenz, 73, Clyde, died July 29 at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. She was born April 10, 1929, at Ford, to John F. and Caroline Pelton Cobb. She graduated from Dodge City High School in 1948. She married C. Milton Lenz March 21, 1948. She and her husband lived in Burr Oak from 1971 to 1976 where he was pastor at Burr Oak United Methodist Church. She attended St. Paul School of Theology in Kansas City in 1974 and completed her course of study in 1980. she and her husband were co-pastors for the Clyde and Agenda United Meth- odist Churches until 1998. She was active in the Cult Awareness Program. Survivors include her husband, Clyde; two sons, Douglas, Longmont, Colo., and John, Kansas City, Mo.; a daughter, Mrs. Mike Trimble (Lalana), Clyde; four sisters, Helen Naytor, Thelma Nelson and Frances Powell, all of Dodge City, and Mary Dragoo, Everett, Wash.; a brother, Willard Cobb, Coolidge; and seven grandchil- dren. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother and a sister. Services were Aug. 1 at the United Methodist Church, Clyde, with Pastor Mary Cross nd the Revs. Elsie and Burr Crickard officiating. Burial was in the AgendaCemetery. Chaput Mor- tuary, Clyde, was in charge of arrange- ments. Samuel Louder The funeral is Friday at 10:30 in Jewell for Samuel Roland Louder, 83, Jewell County Long Term Care, Man- kato, who died Aug. 4. The funeral is at Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church, Jewell, with interment at the Wallace Cemetery, east of Jewell. Pastor Feigal will officiate. Kleppinger Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. He is survived by his wife, Pearl Louder, Jewell. III I I I common sight is seeing these crops baled to save what sustenance remains. Meanwhile, the wild sunflowers struggle toexist. Youcatch abloomon a short stalk now and then along the roadside. The drought has downed the wild flowers. III Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall Library is selling books removed from the library. Central Kan- sas Library System requires each li- brary to remove 2 percent of the books each year. Envelopes are provided for HerservedchurchesinGreenandFact, a flee-will donation. Drop the dona- Kirwin and Agra and Haddam and,m tion envelope in the red box inside the Morrowville.Afterretirementin 1994, library door. This is an on-going sale with different books added as they are removed from the library shelves. Lynell and Richard Sheahan, Maureen Rider and family and Linda Sheahan went to Grand Island to Joan Panorama By Fawna Barrett There's a bright, golden yellow shin- ing in the fields, The sunflower crop is coming to a head--that is, many heads. As they lift their lofty blooms to the sun, the sight is spell-binding. Though not as large nor as thick as years past, they are still a beautiful sight. And this crop is about the only bright spot along the bleak, drought- dented countryside. Weeds, grass and crops are fading fast in the continuing heat. Unless fields are irrigated or located in the fortunate spots where good rains fell, mild, soybeans and feed are browning more each day. A Bank hours: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Debit cards to use anytime-anywhere Use our ATM at Jamestown! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 Kimminaus. From there they drove to Calabus River and went tanking down the river. Joan's daughter, Angela and her husband went with them. Brenda and Rae Goodwin visited Brenda's mother, Pauline McMillan. Rae has a two-week break from school- ing in Florida. He is helping aerial spray crops and pastures in the Burr Oak area. Chris Ramsey visited his parents, Mike and Jill Ramsey and Caleb. He starts football practice at Fort Hays State Monday and continues with his job in Hays until classes commence. Doris Abram and Mike, Jill and Caleb Ramsey attended a supper at the Stan and JuanitaWhitlow home. They were celebrating Camden's first birth- day. He the son of Jeri and Larry Jurgensen. Theresa Baxa attended a farewell for Koran Kieffer in Belleville. Other members of the Kieffer family were present. Theresa Baxa was guest of the Dan Baxa family. Richard Given visited his mother, Thelma Given. They attended church in Jamestown to hear a Concordia trio sing. A.G. Van Kooten, a former teacher in Randall, is a member of the trio. Peggy Applebee, who grew up in Randall and now resides at Mt. Joseph Home, Concordia, was taken to the hospital Saturday. Cheryl, lens and Fred Anderson, Syracuse, Neb.; Larry Anderson, At- lanta, Ga., and Sharman and Jim Callanan, Lee's Summit, Mo., were guests of their parents, Joe and Maxine Anderson for several days. Other Sun- day guests were Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson, Ruth Rhodes and Bill Tay- lor. lens left Monday for Houston, Texas, where he will do his student teaching. Parents and 4-H members were busy at the recent Jewel l County Fair. Mem- bers of the Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club had exhibits and participated at the fair. D D Bridge met with Nevada Vetter July 31. Leota Ciawson was a guest. Brad, Steph, Shelby; lake and Sydney Barrett attended Shelby's last MAYB summer basketball tournament in Hays. Her team placed third in their age group. Don and Shirley Bigham also attended. Attending some of the games were Donald and Jeanette Barrett, Kirsten Barrett, Hays, and Haley Baldwin, McPherson. The Brad Barrett family went to Edson to visit Curt and Karla Doxon and family. They were in two rain- storms--one near Hays and the other near WaKeeney. TheY said if you think things look bad here, they're really bad out west where Curt is farm- ing. Bob and Betty St. John met their daughter, Bonnie and Jim Wach and had supper with them in Superior where they were camping with a group. Mary Ann and Bob Kibbe were in -- Manhattan helping Kara move to a different apartment. Chris Kibbe and sister, Kara, spent part of the weekend at home celebrating their parent' s wed- ding anniversary. Sherilyn and David Kadel attended a baby shower for Jenny and Jeff Price, Denver, in Hillsboro at the home of Sherilyn's sister, DonnaDiener. Jeff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zig Price, Den- ver, were present. They were dinner and supper guests of Sherilyn's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pankratz. Oth- ers attending the shower from this area were Alice Kadel, Jamestown; Tonya Kreie and daughters, Courtland; Holly Kadel, Oklahoma City; Natalie Barrett, Lindsborg, and David Wood, Solomon. Alice Kadel, the Denver folks and Holly had Sunday dinner with David and Sherilyn. They were Sunday over- night guests of Alice Kadel. Gene and Fawna Barrett met Ferris, Susan and Haley Barrett, Haysville, Seleise Barrett, Manhattan, and Natalie Barrett, Lindsborg, for lunch in Salina. Haley returned home with her grand- parents for a week's visit. Sunday, they attended the Andreasen open house in Mankato and called on Forrest Colson. Holly Kadel will sing at the coun- try Showdown at the Tri-Rivers Fair in Salina Aug. 10. Phyllis and Junior Wilson took Wanda Russell to the family reunion. Joyce Cashman had Sunday dinner with Lynell and Richard Sheahan. The Rider children will spend a few days with Sheahans. Nevada and Cliff Vetter attended a surprise golden anniversary open house for Glenn and Mildred Ziegler in Junc- tion City. The couple were former This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co,, Inc. Here are some sales. Heifers 12 mixed at 555, 77.00, Guide Rock 14 mixed at 615, 81.75, Courtland 19 mixed at 631, 75.25, Mankato 14 mixed at 646, 77.00, Esbon 10 blk at 690, 76.10, Mankato 22 mixed at 711, 75.85, Supedor 13 mixed at 725, 74.00, Jewell 20 blk at 733, 76.20, Smith Center 13 mixed at 757, 73.90, Courtland 20 mixed at 822, 71.90, Mankato Steers 8 blk bwf at 449, 94.25, Burr Oak 10 blk bwf at 538, 86.50, Lebanon 10 mixed at 615, 85.75, Esbon 9 mixed at 682, 78.00, Nora 21 blk bwf at 694, 82.00, Beloit 13 blk at 757, 7730, Smith Center 14 mixed at 780, 78.10, Esbon 10 mixed at 801, 76.00, Superior 29 mixed at 835, 76.80, Mankato 40 blk at 894, 74.45, Beloit Consigned for Friday, Aug. 9. 55 crossbred steers, 900 Ibs.; 35 crossbred steers and heifers, 800-850 Ibs. Andy Montgomery, owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545-8366 Scot Montgomery, Manager, 785-378-3798, Mobile 785-545-7383 Jon Russell, Fieldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fieldman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785-545-8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 NUCKOLLS COUNTY FARM GROUND AUCTION We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at pubic auction the following described farm at the farm site five miles north of Superior and four miles west on Highway 136, beginning at 1:30 p.m. on: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 LOCATION: Five miles north of Superior. Nab, and four miles [ , ,, '. e m.,. , =a westonHighway136 ..... E''"  GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This farm consists of epproxJ- '.J=[. oo,. o,,.., o, mateiy 140.2 acres of cropland. Approximately one half is t.%{' , =." .= I 79.8 acres of grain sorghum base of 44.5 acres, There are 1: o/,l . I}- , 69.2 acree of pasture end the bafanceconsistsotwetarways .  .,' :!,, ;,...,  .: .] a,o be,dang ,,,a 00u,,ding ,,,e con,,,00 eta, ,00opera.,,o00 Itvosble house with water and sewer (sewer is not in ;.:. Lion), Has well pit with pump and hydrant and automatic cattle t 'i, - waterer There are several good outbuildings ncluding.a tm L'e. '" covered bern and cOrn crib PicturesQue building site with ,,---- scenic view of country ste To be sold el auction "as is' no warranties expressed or Implied, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE 1/4 and E 1/2 of the SEt/4 of Section 31, T-2-N R.7-W of the 6th PM in Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES: The 2001 end all pnor year taxes to be paid by seller. 2002 and subsequent years to he paid by buyer. 2001 taxes were $I.760.80. POSSESSION: Possession of building sas wdl be given immediately, possession on Pasture will be given at the end ot pasture season and possession of tillable ground will be given when crops have been removed. TERMS: 20% down day of sate. balance due on by November 1. 2002, upon delivery of warranty deed and marketable title either by abstract or by Title Insurance if used, the cost will be equally divided between the buyer and the seller Feel free to view the properly or contact Gale Mikkelsen at 402-879-4464. All ennouncm,nte y of sale take precedence over printed advertising. All Ilcenseea of Mlkkelun Reel Elite Ind Auction dre latin i is seller's egenL All figures were obtained from government igenclel and ouet houri records, however we do not guarantee their accuracy, ona should seek out your own Information. Owner: Ted Kimminau Trust Sale conducted by: Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464  E-mail: mr44608@alltel.net Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com DID YOU TAKE FEN-PHEN, PONDIMIN OR REDUX Weight Loss Drugs for more than 61 days? TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO MAKE A CLAIM. Receive an Echocardiogram test at no cost to you unless you receive a settlement. You could have heart and-or lung damage without any symptoms. This is NOT a claim against your doctor or pharmacist. Call now for a free confidential consultation about your rights and the National Settlement. KELLY M. THOMAS Attorney at Law 408 Platte Ave., Suite A York, Nebraska (402) 362-5506 I classmates of Nevada at Natoma. Members of the Russell family met for a reunion in Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Attending the dinner were Phyllis and Junior Wilson, Randall; Wanda Russell, Concordia; Irene Goff, Hill- top Lodge; Opal and Richard Brandon, Jewell; Curt Goff, Beloit; Merle and Elmer Rank, Abilene; Bill and Lee Wilson and Ileen Jones, Wichita. Af- ternoon visitors were Rod and Kim Goffand daughter, Jeweil, and Sondra and Philip Hyman, Clyde. Paradise By Ava Knarr Rick and Monica Hansel and fam- ily, Concordia, returned from vaca- tion. They stopped in to visit Marjorie Hansel. Nephews on Nell Burnham, Steve and Ryan Smith, Spring, Texas, and Terry and Kathy Smith, Olatha, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burnham and had dinner with them. The Smiths were on their way to Sturgis, S. D. Guests of June Saint were Roger and Barbra Heiman and family, Tuc- son, Ariz.; Sandi'a and Kathryn Kingston, Washington, Kan.; Vernon and Joan Arasmith, Molder City, Nev.; Nell and Donna Arasmith, Phillipsburg; Alfred Arasmith and Karlene Thomas, Salina; and Roy and Amy Arasmith, Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Clark were hosts for the senior citizen dinner at the apartments. Nevada Vetter had D.D. Bridge. Leota Clawson, Randall, was a guest. Nell Burnham will have Bridge Aug. 14. Ava Knarr visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Townsdin, Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends and Carrie returned from vacation in Ar- kansas. They visited Jessie Behrends in Manhattan on the way home. Denise Behrends ate lunch with Ava Knarr. Elwood Clark observed" his 80th birthday Wednesday. Ava Knarr viewed the Lincoln Room at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Greist, one and one-half miles south of Jewell. School Lunch White Rock Wednesday, Aug. 14: Chicken and noodles, whipped potatoes, vegetable, plums, roll, chocolate milk. Thursday, Aug. 15, Barbecue meat- ball, buttered potatoes, peas, apple sauce, cherry cake, milk. Friday, Aug. 16, Pizzaburger, lettuce salad, celery with peanut butter, peaches, rainbow cake, chocolate milk. DAVE'S GUN SHOP Jewell Kansas Bay -- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785"428-3337 Visit Ho on the web www.davesgunshop.net Pregnancy opens in Beloit The Heartbeat Pregnancy Center Inc., Beloit, is now open in the Westwind Professional Center next to the Solomon Valley Cinema. The center opened Tuesday and is a service to the north central Kansas area offering support to women and couples with unplanned pregnancies. Trained volunteer counselors help with emo- tional care for those who are experi- encing crisis pregnancy situations and help them explore options that are avail- able. Services include free pregnancy tests, referrals for prenatal care, trans- portation as needed, maternity and baby clothing, diapers and other items, sup- port groups, parenting classes, and mentors to establish ongoing relation- ships with the mother throughout the pregnancy and beyond. The goal of the center is to enable clients to make positive, healthy life- choices. All services are confidential and free of charge. Contributions from individuals, churches and community organizations are the foundation of support. Volunteer hours and personal effects have already been donated to help the center with staffing, office equipment, and baby items. A spring fundraising banquet en- abled the center to hire Alice Thomp- son, Glen Elder, as director. Thomp- son recently attended the New Direc- !ors Training by Heartbeat International m Columbus, Ohio, of which HPC is an affiliate. Thompson's resume includes many years of work with mothers and chil- dren, including having served as,child care licensing coordinator for the Mitchell County Health Department for eight years and as program director for Gingerbread House Daycare, Glen Elder for three years. She is graduate of Friends Bible College, Haviland, with a bachelor's degree in Bible-Chris- ti.an Education. She is married to Larry Thompson and they have three sons, Luke, 19, Codv, 17 and Kyle, 12. Thompson Kansas Pul: served on various ated with her HPC will to help with Mary Fugate, a experience teaching sex been trained to make teens. If a church or interested in assistinl by sponsoring a hosting a baby tact the center A quilting Nancy Parker, is with proceeds An open ho held in the future. Scandia than half d Construction of a Scandia is part US36. The Scandia half done. When will be 1,400 expected A $350,000 Manakto will Mankato will and the work merits. Other US 36 A grade Sixty-five long Marysville each blocked traff'v: more I some days. Substantial ma in Decatur, Counties. Sixty-fourmiles from Macon to pleted in tbe next three Too many swers. 2003 USDA FARM Information meetings cc FSA-Farm Base and Yield Ests NRCS-Farm Bill Conservation 0 J'S Jiffey Shop Wednesday,-Aug. 21 8a.m. Randall Lions Club Wednesday, Aug. 21 10:30 a.m. Thursday, 8 a.rn. Mankato Hi#h Little .... We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following descnbed personal 306 Ash Street or 3rd house west of Church in Oak, Nab., beginning at Wednesday, August 2 I, REAL ESTATE WILL SELL AT 6:30 P.M. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Single sto W two bedroom home with large living room. formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen, newely remodeled bathroom with washer and dryer hook- ups. New propane furnace including 500 gallon propane tank. Wall air conditioner. Partial basement for storage. Vinly siding and good roof. Located on two lots with storage shed. Home is in good condition and ready to move into. Home will be sold at auction "as in" no warrentiasj)xprossed or implied. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 8 and 9, Block 3 in the Original Town of Oak, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES: 2002 taxes will be approximately $125.30. 200t and all prior year taxes paid by seller. 2002 faxes will be prorated to date of possession. POSSESSION: Immediate upon final settlement. TERMS: 20% down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title. If Title Insurance is used on premium. All ennouncemente day of Isle take precedence over printed advertising. Ail Ilcenseas of Mlkkelsen Real Estate e Ilient. For vlawlng contact Gels Mlkkalsen, Reel Estate broker at 402-879-4464. ANTIQUES FURNITURE Oak Odne cabinet, curved glass and claw feet / with beveled mirror m Pine drop leaf teble Pine five shelf cupboard with two drawers Pine dry sink with enamel inse Oak rocking chair MODERN FURNITURE Round solid maple occasional table Swivel rocker Duncan Phyla drop leaf dining table and eight solid walnut chairs, full set of table pads Early American style round maple table with four chairs 6dished. green and brown velour Full size Simmons mattress Livz-b0y rectiner, green velour Mastercraft sofa, brown Recllner, fabric and green oaugahyde (2) Steel back chairs Bedroom set, headboard, vanity, chest of drawers Bedroom set, headboard, dresser and wardrobe antiqued painted finish Coffee table, oak with wrought iron legs and glass top APPLIANCES Roper refrigerator, like new Maytag washer GE dryer, needs repair Whirlpool dishwasher Magic Chef range, needs repair COLLECTIBLES AND 1950s children's tin dishes Three gallon Marshall pottery crock Old lineman's climbing gear Queen Anne pattem'China dishes, service for 12 Miscellaneous dishes Handmade quilts and quilt topsm Japanese doll in case HOUSEHOLD IT EMs Water distiller machine, stainless steel Westbend bread maker Rack with seashells, white metal New garbage disposal, still in box Life Line equipment, never used Miscellaneous household items 'rk'RM: Cash or check with proper ID. Property is yours when bid off. An items sold in 'AS IS' condition end pdnter make no warnmties eithe expressed or implied, and are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property. No p inneuncements day o/sale take precedence over written advertising. Mrs. LaVerne ( Hutchinson, owner Sale conducted by: Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auct00 Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 .. Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Elting E-marl: mr44608@alltel.net., Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.eom