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Thursday, October 24. 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Odessa-Dentonia By Ruth L. Obert Aaron and Seth Peterson visited Emie Kattenbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kattenberg joined them at Emies for dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Larson and Haley took Wilbur Oberts out for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sloan are liv- ing in Dodge City since they lost their home in a fire in Colorado. Wilbur has been in the hospital. Diana Feldman took her mother, Dorintha Standley, to Superior where she accompanied her son, Merrill, and his wife to Piano, Texas, to see their grandson and great-grandson who is a year old. Joyce Ritter went to Larry andLi nd a Ritters in Nebraska and accompanied them to Iowa to Shawn Dean Ritters to visit. Audrey Young, Nola Bess Atwood and Glenna Fogo of Odessa Club en- tertained at long term care in Mankato. They had a show and tell program of quilts, dolls and items, used in earlier days. Mr. and Mrs. Emie Kattenberg went to the track meet where their grand- daughter, Vanessa Peterson, Smith Center took third in a race. k'lt:. Courthouse News Jewell County ,n's Brett Behymer (44) defends against a pass meant for Mankato's Trevor Elkins (5) Friday East-Tipton defeated the Mankato Cougars 50-16. Elkins ran for 62 yards for the Cougars. ic Bouray were Sat- of their grandparents, Estaline Bouray. and had dinner to- Mike's birthday. Hobson were in game y ball game with visited Bob and :urges visited Randy following his re- Roe were Sunday Harrell Roes to It Wedding anniversary. tlso a guest. Petersen were guests of Virginia Burge attended wedding in Con- I visited the Pat lson, has been hospital- for several days. Hospice met at the Methodist Church pot-luck lunch. The :d by Katrina Jones, and Vickie Walker. Rev. Bill Brazil and Bellevitle, and from rage, Phyllis Hefts, brought lunch and visited Clarence and Joyce Beam. Bill brought his guitar and all spent the afternoon singing old time songs. Max and Phyllis Thayer attended the rehearsal supper for the Brzon- Hostetler wedding. Relatives attend- ing the wedding were the Randy Thayers, the Scott Moreheads,' Jim, Diane and Chase Elliott, Jenna Jack- son, Max and Phyllis Thayer, the Layne Hoops family, Chad and Steffen Shearer, Andrew and Amiee Shearer, Everett and Nila Barfknecht, John and Wanda Adams, and Russ and Elaine Briggs, Michigan. The American Legion and Auxil- : iary of Republic hosted the state offic- ers on a cof[ee tour at the Rae Hobson Memorial Library. FSA News By Jim Peroutek Jewell County FSA Director New power of attorney form needed The 2002 Farm Bill contains a vari- ety of new progrzuns and options, sig- nificantly different from those autho- rized by the 1996 Farm Bill and other programs enacted before 1996. As a result, producers will have to file anew FSA-21 I, Power of Attorney, with FSA. Letters and new POA forms were recently sent to all grantors notifying that their POA is not applicable to new programs enacted by the 2002 Farm Bill. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Dennis, Mary, Drew and Alisa Rotman. Passage Sunday morning was Philippains 2:1-18. Theme was 'The very Nature of a Servant'. Passage Sunday evening was John I : I- 18. Theme was 'Jesus of Buddha'. Randy Keeps had the children's message. Jan Clark, Unionville, Me., visited Tony Rotman. Mr. and Mrs. John Keeps, Denver, Colo., are spending time in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groenendyk, Cedar, Iowa, visited the Russell Groenendyk family. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sjaardeuia, Denver, Colo., were church visitors Sunday morning. Happy birthday to: Allen Sumpter, Oct. 18. Happy anniversary to Allen and Helen Sumpter, Oct. 18. A killing frost occurred in the area Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Derek and family, DeMotto, Ind., are visiting Pas- tor Harold and Jeanne. Farmway Credit Union'winners Winners of the drawings at Farmway Credit Union, Mankato, for International Credit Union Day, Oct. 17 were Sandra Westgate, $50 US Sav- ings Bond; Robbie Dean, Cortney Kuhlmann, Jocelyn Bolte, Sam Beale and Patrick Christie, stuffed animals. Accidents Oct. 14 at approximately 8 a.m., Jalonda Hope Bouray, Webber, driv- ing a 1997 Ford Explorer on a Jewell County road 14 miles north and 11.5 miles east of Mankato, hit a deer. No injuries. Accident investigated by Kim Ost. Damages over $500. Oct. 19 at approximately 6:45 a.m. on a Jewell County road 4.2 miles from Burr Oak, Barbara Mizner, Esbon, driv- ing a 1994 Jeep Cherokee, was east bound and was struck by smith bound deer. Accident investigated by Fulmer. Damages over $500. No injuries. Traffic Dale E. Dodd, Esbon, speeding 82/ 65, fined $131. Cody L. Murray, Mankato, speed- ing 75/55, fined $149. Pamela J. Scheve, Anchorage, Alaska, speeding 83/65, fined $137. Register of Deeds Phyllis Jean Jones to Jerry P. Lohnes and Dorothy Lohnes. Part of SE 1/4 of Section 21, Township 3S, Range 6W. Tract in SE I/4 of Section 21, Town: ship 3S, Range 6W. Dale W. Reed and Jean Ann Reed; Delno R. Reed and Joan M. Reed; Doyle J. Reed and Michelle J. Reed; Janice I. Reed and Robert V. Reed to Delno R. Reed and Joan M. Reed. An undivided 4/5 interest in W 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 13, Township 3S, Range 6W. Raymond E. Malone, aka Raymond Earl Malone to Delno R. Reed and Joan M. Reed. Undivided 1/5 interest in W t/2 NW 1/4 of Section i 3, Town- ship 3S, Range 6W. Debra Deters Mantey an(i Charles Mantey to Big Oak Family Farm Inc. The N 1/2 N-W 1/4 of Section 24, Township 5S, Range 10W. S 1/2 NW 1/4; SW 1/4; and W 1/2 SE 1/4; all located in Section 24, Township 5S, and Virginia meeting will be in visited the Robert t, Webber. and Brian have moved to Des ' went on to Minne- and Fern Bohling. n Smith Center to visit and their four Alyssa, Allyson me with them Sandell called on S. to the Rae are your Creation to de to Writ- Ynopsis and propos- editors, by Blythe to Write Science by Orson Scott called on Evelyn panied alina. apanied Judith and Kan., to honoring Amy Ryan Swartz. the Richard . Jim Boyce, Clarence and Joyce and Estaline and Delpha En- callers of Jack were Marlin and touring tch were Bernice Nancy Hefts, Hobelmann, Hefts. ,brate her le Were Donna and Hobson, Heleh tnn and l,iz Hurley, I)clphos, Pick up at q Kan. 5t,;4 It'you wish to retain an agent to act on your behalf tot the programs and transactions authorized under the 2002 Farm Bill and most other FSA admin- istered programs, please fill out and return the FSA-211 to the county of- rice. Note: The FSA-211 must be either witnessed by an FSA employee or be notarized. Husbands and wives can sign for each Qther without a POA on file for all programs except commodity loans and CRP. It's easier to consolidate debts than to pay off the larger loan. Co-op Car Wash I i" ?andall, Kan: I I Location I Three blocks west Co-op Station I JEWELL IMPLEMENT Company, Inc.. Jewell, Kan. CAIIt ill Office: 785-428-3262 Toll Free: 1-877:428-3261 E-math  ill ,.=..,-, Serving North Central Kansas Over 30 Years ,,.,..o,0,,,=.,., I CASE IH No. 1TM ENGINE OIL Stock up and Save! Case IH No. 1T engine oil is a premium high performance on specifically designed and tested to provide maximum protection and long life in heavy-duty, high-temperature Case IH diesel-powered equipment. Plus, the new formula provides superior engine protection against wear, acidic corrosion and soot deposits. 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Lube Filters For 1840-1845C Skid Steers For MAGNUM tractors, Case Part No.J934429 IH combines & cotton pickers List price:S8.98 Part No.J919562 SALE PRICE $8 8 List price:S32.96 SALE PRICE 929 GP 24 HD 600 CCA B2472W List price:S68.35 SALE PRICE Attendants for the Mankato Homecoming Friday night are (from left) Dillon Rines, Tiarra Elkins, Ryan Spiegel, Kerstin Decker, Tyler Shadduck, Heather Eaton, Samuel Flinn, Sidney Garrett, Lindsey Hurford and Ryley Dahl. Range 10W. SW l/4 NW I/4 of Sec- tion 11, Township 5S, Range 10W except a tract of land. SE 1/4 of Sec- tion 11, Township 5S, Range lOW, except for adescribed tract. In Osborne Co., S 1/2 N 1/2 of Section 12, Town ship6S, Range I IW. N 1/2NW l/4of Section 12 and S I/2 SW I/4 of Section 1 and that part of the N 1/2 SW I/4 in Section 1, lying E of the existing center line of Big Oak Creek bed, all located in Township 6S, Range 11W. Ruth Deters Becker aka Rmh I:;. Becker and Jonathan C. Becket to Big Oak Family Farm, Inc. All interest in 'and to N 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 24, Township 5S, Range 10W. S I/2 NW 1/4; SW 1/4; and W I/2 SE I/4; all located in Section 24, Township 5S, Range 10W. SW 1/4 and the SW I/4 NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 5S, Range 10W, except a tract of land. And SE 1/4 of Section I 1, "l'ownslfip 5S, Range 10W, except a ffact. All our interest in S I/2 N I/2 of Section 12, Township 6S, Range II W, ()sbornc County. N I/2 NW I/4 of Section 12 and S 1/2 SW 1/4 el Section I and that part of N I/2 SW I/4 in Sectitin 1, lying east of the existing center line in Bg Oak Creek bed, all located in Town- ship 6S, Range 12W, Osborne Co. David Deters and Chert Deters to Big Oak Family Farm Inc. All interest in and to N 112 NW 1/4 of Section 24. Township 5S, Range 10W. S I/2 NW 1/4; SW 1/4; and W 1/2 SE I/4; all located in Section 24, Township 5S, Range 10W. SW 1/4 and the SW 1/4 NW 1/4 of Section I 1, Township 5S, Range 10W, except a tract of hind. And SE I/4 of Section I I, Township 5S, Range 10W, except a tract. All S 1/2 N 1/2 of Section 12, Township 6S, Range I IW, Osborne County. N lk2NW 1/.4 of Section 12 and S 1/2 SW 1/4 of Section I and that BID NOTICE The City of Jewell is taking bids on hauling 350 ton of 1/2-inch chat from Lincoln, Kan. Bids must be submitted to the Jewell City Office, 308 Delaware Jewell, Kan. 66949 Before Monday, Nov. 4 partofN I/2SW l /4 in Section I,lying located in Township 6S, Range 12W, east of the existing line of Big Oak Osborne County. Creek bed, all located in Township 6S, Criminal Range 12W, Osborne County. State of Kansas vs. Karen S. Gilbert K. Deters to Gilbert K. De- Grelingcr. Sentencing 10-02-02. Ros- ters, Trustee of the Deters Revocable titution $38, 378 plus court costs and Joint Trust Agreement of the City and fees. Probation. County o1" Denver State of Colorado. Probate All interest in and to N 1/2 NW I/4 of EstateofMarthaB. Dietz, deceased. Scction24,Township5S,Range 10W. Order admitting will to probate. S I/2 NW I/4; SW 1/4; and W 1/2 SE Limited Civil I/4; all located in Section 24, Town- Sears Roebuck and Company vs. ship 5S, Range 10W. SW 1/4 and the Irvin I). Davis, Mankato. SW 1/4 NW 1/4 of Section I I, Town- ship 5S, Range 10W, except a tract of Commissioners land. And SE 1/4 of Section 1 I, Town- (Continued froth Page 1 ) ship 5S, Range 10W, except a tract.' Lisa Nelson, clerk of the district All our interest in S 1/2 N 1/2 of Sec- court, gave commissioners a copy of a tion 12, Township 6S, Range I IW, letter to emergency management star- Osborne County. N I/2 NW 1/4 of ing dates of court hearings and jury Section 12 and S I/2 SW I/4 of Section trials so these dates could be avoided I and that part of N I/2 SW 1/4 in for the disaster drills. Section !, lying east of the existing Kim Ost, sheriff, discussed pay- center line of Big Oak Creek bed, all ments of juvenile justice authority. SUNFLOWER SPECIAL Friday, Oct. 25 9-9:30 a.m. Jensen Oil and Red Rooster Cafe Mankato, Kan. Tim Shallenburger Lynn Jenkins Governor State Treasurer Phill Kline Sandy Praeger Attorney General Insurance Commissioner and other GOP officials and candidates Paid for by Jewell County Republican Central Committee, Keith Roe, Treasurer nd At: Do Drop in, 301 uction Main St., Hardy Nebraska Saturday Nov. 2 at 10:00 AM 40 Acres more or less Just south of Hardy Nebraska, in Kansas. N. 40 acres lots 3&,4 in NW 114 Sect. 6 TlS R5W of 6th P.M. in Republic County Ks. Base acres and Yields: Wheat 22.3 acres Yield 41 bu. Grain Sorghum 8.8 Acres Yield 62 bu. Oats .7 acres Yield 47 bu. Total till- able acres 39.7 acres of NHEL land JmmY.le!O may change with the qew ferm bil!- Terms and Possession: Full possession on closing. Title insurance to be split equal- ly between buyer and seller. 20% down day of the sale and the balance due on or before 6th of Dec. 2002. Seller to pay 2002 and all prior years taxes. Seller to retain all of 2002 and prior years government pay- ments. This land to be sold "as is" all inspections should be made prior to day of sale. This sale will not be subject to financing all financial arraignments, shall be made prior to sale day. The realty associates are working for the seller and do not represent the buyer. All information came from reliable sources, and is deemed to be accurate; however all "interested parties are encouraged to venfy information independently. Statements made day of the sale shall take precedence over any other information. Sellers George and Diane Pogmore Mark Uhlik Agent/Auctioneer Washington, KS 1785) 325-2740 Questions: Please contact RE00TY ASSOCIATES A Full Service Realty end Auion Co. ,mn.realnleLnat IInmm.uhllkeuctlon.oom John Rhine Broker Belleville, KS {785) 527-2983 I