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Dragonflies have started to swarm in feeding groups this sum- mer mostly betbre and after rains interrupt the dry, hot weather Along with their sheer numbers, the swarmers" iridescent colors. "'darn- ing needle" bodies and matched pairs of delicate wings are tempting insect collectors, young and old. "Trying to catch dragonflies is an exercise in frustration, though, no matter whether you're using a Mason jar or buttertly net. Often. the only thing you'll get is a lesson in how agile and fast these insects can be.'" said Bob Bauernfeind Kansas State University Research and Extension entomologist Their sight augments these ahili- THE LEADER publication schedule The week of Oct. 4 The week of Oct. 18 The week of Nov. 1 The week og Nov. 15 The week of Dec. 6 The week of Dec. 20 The week of Jan. 3 The week of Jan. 117 Contact any sponsoring newspaper to place an ad! arought tC: YC.~ sn DO~ DY Kar*soS OeDoftr~ertt of Com, merce Trovei & Fouri;m Dtv/sion Kansas City Renaissance Festival September 4-October 17, Bonnet Springs Weekends, Labor Day & Columbus Day 10a-7p. 15 minutes & S00 years from Downtown KC. Just off 1-70 at exit 224 then north on K-7. ~ Festival & Concert on tbe Hill September 25, Garnett Joe Nichols in concert, lawnmower demo derby, Little Miss Pageant, Cornstock's Got Talent, Sk run, raft regatta, crafts, food & more. (7851 448- 6767, CAN-U-CRUISE Charity Auto" & Motorcycle Show September 25, Garnett Classic, custom cars, trucks & motorcycle. Enter with canned goods to benefit Ministerial food pantry. Door prizes, mus~ J(785) 448-6412, JCider Days September 25-26. Topeka NE Kansas biggest arts and crafts show Pony rides, gunfighter & Civil War reenactments and fresh apple cider. (785] 230-5226, Fireball Run Adventurally September 28-29 Dodge City Firebat Run Adventurally in Old Dodge. Amazing Race meets Motorsports. Race to rei:over missing children. (620) 227-9501, Winfield Art in the Park October 2, Winfield Juried Arts & Crafts Show Over 100 booths of fine arts, original crafts, kids activities and more. (620) 221-2161 Pumpkin PaZOOla October 9, Salina Celebrate Autumn at Rolling Hills Zoo! J Kids get free admission with paid adult. I Free pumpkins for kids (while supplies tast)l (785) 827-9488, J Tallgrass Film Festival I October 22-24, Wichita [ Bringing the bestof indie cinema to the Heartland! Variety of film screenings. All access festival passes are available. (316) 390-7001, K ANSAS as big os you think"" The Week of September 20, 2010 The Leader Page 5 dra: you can ties. Ithelpsdragonflyescapesseem fast motions of other insects.'" ae01al prey, dragonflies form their the females' abdomen is purple- '~ almost preternatural. Dragonflies spend most of their unfique legs tnto a basket, gray. The males" is blue-turquoise, ~ "Big compound eyes occupy early stages of life in or on water. Bauernfeind said. They eat all but the colors dominating current feed- :!~ most of their head and provide a But, the adults are creatures of tile their largest catches while still in ing swarms, he said. The green N!;~i 360-degree view in nearly all direc- air, he said. They're constantly on the air. . dameris uniquein that some livein dons:'Bauernfeind said."In tact, a the wing, skimming over lakes, The most numerous Kansas one area year-round. Others will '~ dragonfly can still be watching you streams, marshes and grassy areas. ~agonfly species the green soon join a gigantic, multi-state :~ after it has passed you by. At the Their forte is finding bits of fly- darner -- is also the biggest (4.5- swarm that will migrate south for same time. it may be detecting the ing food. To scoop up and hold inch wingspan). Despite its name. winter. ~ As we have moved to the home, we will offer for sale the following: A 3-bedre ?m home (both real estate and personnel property) at 210 West A St., Red Cloud, Nebraska J REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 1 P.M. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A very nice ranch-style home located on large corner lot in central part of town. A full basem ~:~.r made with poured walls, a ~ull bathroom, furnace room and large open area. Main level has three large bedrooms with full closets, bathroom, large living rob, m, kitchen, laundry nook and !ors of storage. Extras are a large two-car garage with shop area, an open front porch, a patio, underground sprinkler system, a barn .~haped garden shed and a cem ent driveway. This property is suitable for most anyone and will make a good home. Appliances will be sold separately. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1-2-3, Block 6, Garbers Addition to Red Cloud, Webster County, Nebraska. TAXES: 2009 taxes were $2,068.38. 2010 will be pra-rated up to the closing based on 2009. TERMS OF SALE: 20% down day of auction, to be deposited in trust account. Balance due within be used and costs split equally between buyer and seller. This is an exceptional home being offered for sale. The McNeices' built it when they retired from the farm and have given it the upmost care. Plan to attend! 2 OPEN HOUSES: Sunday, Sept. 19, 2-4 p.m.& Wednesday, Sept. 22, 5-7 p.m. 30 days upon receipt of ~ ,~rketable title. Title insurance will II'-" 111.=~ll i lmlO I :"II =-I ::;~_.'II ~i li,--4 Roy Montgomery Auctioneer, Real Estate Broker All announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous statements or advertising All licensees of Montgomery Auction and Realty involved are agents of and represent the sellers, only. VEHICLES MODERN FURNITURE 1997 GMC Sonoma SLE, regular cab pickup, red, V6, auto- Round, oak dining room table, 3 leaves matic, 6.096 actual miles 4 oak dining room chairs Oak glass-door hutch 4-piece oak bedroom set: Consists of queen size bed, dresser 1998 Buick Century, four-door car, 3100 V6, gray, loaded, with big mirror, chest of drawers, night stand and an EXTRA 119,642 miles good box spdng and mattress APPLIANCES Maytag washer and dryer Whirlpool 30-in glass top range Whirlpool two-door refrigerator Whirlpool chest deep freeze, approximately 21 cu. ft. Zenith TV with remote Radio - phonograph Treadmill Humidifier Portable sewing machine Small kitchen appliances GUNS Winchester 12-ga. pump shotgun, Model 97 Winchester 22-cal. boltaction rifle, Model 81 COLLECTIBLES Oak drop-front desk Several, old quilted quilts Pine stand Avira radio Carnival glass Regulator wall clock Small round table Cut glass Several pieces of Depression glass. Pillow cases (2) Cream and sugar Salt dip 8 place settings Homer Laughlin, pink rose with gold trim Ecko stoneware 8 place settings of dishes, Blue Iris Large platter Souvenirs: Red Cloud and Hastings Old, religious picture Crocheted doilies World War I, yard-long picture 2-gal. crock Fire King, Salt & pepper Tiger oak stand 3 colored Pyrex bowls Set of 4 Pyrex bows with tulips Pyrex and Fire King baking dishes Hull #4, 6 1/2-in. vase Old pump head Small painted commode Several small items not mentioned 2-piece bedroom set: Bed, dresser, boxspring and mattress Full-size bed, complete Roll away bed 6 1/2-ft. Grandfather clock Full length mirror 3-cushion sofa Cradle rocker Octagon lamp table 6-piece dinette set Square lamp stand 5=shelf, comer what-not shelf Patio bench 2 patio chairs Metal cupboard Humder small safe with key Patio swing Cedar jewelry box Silverware 20th & 40th anniversary plates Costume jewelry Walnut desk and chair Baking tins Pots and pans MISCELLANEOUS & TOOLS John Deere TRS #21 snow blower 15-in. scroll saw Lawn C hief, 3-HP roto tiller 6-in., 112 HP grinder Benchmark, 1 HP table saw Lighted Santa Many Christmas decorations Small electric tools Tool Box hand tool 6-ft. aluminum step ladder 7-ft. steel windmill Big assortment of shovels and hand tools Terms of sale on personal property: Cash, good check day of auction. Neither owner nor auctioneer are responsiblefor acddenta; broken or stolen- property. Merchandise at bidder's risk after bid off. An. nouncements the day of the auction take precedence over written material, J SUPERIIO~R, NEBRASKA Andy Montgomery (785) 545=8366 RO MONTGOMERY, BROKER GUIDE ROCK, NE. 1141. Hwy. 78, Guide Rock, Neb. 68942 Roy: Home - (402) 257-2335 Mobile - (402) 746-3823. Fax - (402) 257-2345 Website: E-maih