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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 2. 2017 First parenting They attended her first birthday party tar, Crystal, and Blake Vacura, Ashley tractor rolled back mashing some toes ankle in the accident. Her son, John in Red Cloud Sunday. Abrielle is the andZach, Omaha, Neb. Crystal was on on his right foot which necessitated a McCorkle, Coleman, S.D., has come Courtland. Aaron Turner and Julia classes come to art daughterofLukeandDacieShamburg a business trip while the rest of the trip to the doctor and the use ofa crutch to stay a few days with her and help Hamilton, Salina, visited for a short Formoso end in Mmakato Kruciak. family was vacationing, for a while, out. time. Sara Grout, social worker for the Mary Shelton visited her grand- Saturday night, The Shed, Ionia, Jack and Stanley Ayers came Fri- Friday Cliff and Glenny Barnes and John and Sue Tucker went to Cuba By Kimberly Waide Rock Hills School District, recently daughter, C ianna DeLeon, in and Sam s Place, Esbon, had their Hal- day night to help with the Ayers sale Paisley Ord went to Grand Island to do Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. to listen and The Formoso Community Church completed one of the first parenting Concordia Saturday. Cianna and her loween party and costume contest, plans. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlton and some shopping. They returned to dance to the polka bands of Molly B held services led by Pastor Daniel classes offered in the community, father, David De~n, have returned Brenda Flinn provided the music at Miss Corn Ayers of Hutchinson and Hastings in time to meet Paisley's dad, and Squeezebox. Bonjour. Being the last Sunday of the Waide and accompanied by Loft Five families participated in the four from a trip to Juarez, Mexico, where The Shed and the winners for the cos- Mr. and Mrs.FrancisWillmetharrived Kyle Ord, for lunch. After shopping Alexis Lively, Norton, Kasey Ord month the songs were congregation's week course that focused on positive they visited family and friends, tame contest were, first Frank and Monday morning and all were greet- they went to Red Cloud to watch the and Steffen Barnes were Sunday lunch choice, "This is the Day," "Through it parenting practices and healthy eating Thursday, Kerma Crease attended Chanda Gronewoller, Frank as Fran- ing friends among the crowd Monday Halloween parade, thenouttothe home guests of Cliff and Glenny Barnes at a -habits. The courses were offered in the graveside service for Fern Roe kensteinandChandaasadiva, second afternoon, of JeffandDianaOrdforavisit.Friday Red Cloud restaurant, all"and"I'veGotPeaceLikeaRiver." partnership with NEK-CAP and the Graham at the Webber Cemetery. John and Sue Tucker, John a yellow Ionia News, evening Diana, Jerzie, Remi and Pals- Another Community Club spon- Scripture reading was from John 13:l- local Post Rock Extension office. The Sunday night, the Calvary Bible duck and Sue a Mexican and third by Mrs. Glenn Bartley leyOrdaccompaniedCliffandGlenny sored Halloween party has come and 7 followed by the hymn, "Jesus is all classestookplaceonWednesdays from Evangelical Free Church packed Op- Karen Boden as a gypsy. Sam's Place Rex Henningsen and Adam Roseto Red Cloud for the volleyball games gone. The attendance this year was the World to me." Special music by 5 to 7 p.m. at the elementary school, eration Christmas Child boxes. The costume winners were, first Kristi received injuries in a pickup combine between Red Cloud and Wilcox- good. Besides local people, there were Kimberly Waide singing "Lead me to the Cross" was followed by Pastor During the classes, day care service due date for boxes atthe Trinity United Vandaveer as a ghost, second Ashley accident Monday evening. Adam is a Hildreth. Red Cloud JV and varsity in attendance people from Smith Cen- Daniel calling the children forward to was provided by volunteers who are Methodist Church is Nov. 13. Anyone Underwood as Kim Kardashian, third patient in the Community hospital at teams each won their game. ter, Belleville, Beloit, Ionia, Mankato, talk about how Jesus was a human like Rock Hills junior-senior high students, with questions about the project may Lesa Peroutek as an old lady and best Beloit, but is improvingeach day, Jerry Mason and Tessa McMains tray- Guide Rock and Castle Rock, Colo. us yet without sin. That he loved us so The course culminated with a special contact Pastor Jim or Amy Rice. couple was Jason and Janae Ryan Rose of the U.S. Navy is home assist- eled to Kirwin with Troop 46 Boy The evening started off with a supper much he willingly died on the cross to Scoutstohelphost2017GrizzlyCamp. ofhotdogs, chips, cookies, brownies, pay for our sins. The message was ,dinner for parents,and day care providers.Children' presenters port"ItaboutWas ana gOOdeventParty,"at The WaSscooptheFri_re- dressedi hope assomeHawaiianof youpeple'got a chance to readying withfor winter.the farm work and getting Scouts were taught fire safety, knot coffee, orange punch, hot cider and entitled "Christian husbands are called day night. Costumes, laughter, food readsomeofthepastyear's articles, as Neighborswithcombinesandtruckstying and how to properly build fires, water. Jessica Barnes and Greg Man- to life-giving love" from Ephesians . and music rounded out the evening, theycan make good conversation top- met Friday afternoon and completed Troop 46 also set up a haunted trail and ninggrilledthehotdogs.Servingatthe 5:28-30. Pastor gave three motives for Dispatch By ~hard Verh,ge The Country Jewells played music ics. I didn't know the word divorce the mile harvest for Adam Rose and spooked those brave enough to walk food table were Walt Wilson, Bob a husband to show faithful love to his during the event, existedbackthen.Interestinghowsome Rex Henningsen. through. Tessa said there were about Hines, Peggy Wilson and Jessica wife, that it is in his own best interest, Greeters Sunday were Randy, Several met in the parlor of Trinity things change and some are about the Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Borger and270 people and in spite of the cold it Barnes. Mary Foley and Glenny Barnes that faithful love has a beneficial effect Thelma and Drake Koops, Pastor Steve UMC for a potluck breakfast Sunday same. family of Manhattan stayed the week- was a great time. served drinks. Following the supper to his wife, and that it builds the im- Boerma. morning. The fellowship offered time Remember all those fog days we end with relatives here.Theirlittle four Saturday morning Cliffand Glenny was the costume parade and contest, pression of Christ The service was Passage Sunday morning was Re- to wish Pastor Jim Rice a happy birth- had a few months ago? Well Chuck year old son, Dory, received a broken Barnes went to Lawrence to attend the Judges this year were Jake and Denise closed with the hymn, "The Family of marts 3:21-31. Theme Sunday mom- day. kept track of those days and should leg in a freak accident while here. They final youth volleyball games of the Bennett and Kaitlin Kumke. Winners G .... od. Following the service was a ing was "By Faith Alone." Passage have some kind of moisture Nov. 7-9. were crossing a bridge in their car Red Cloud teams. After their grand- in the three age groups were 0-5 years, potluck dinner with many soups, pies, Sunday evening was Job 38-39.Theme Heather Matter went to the 2A state Which I could believe because pheas- when an object struck the floor of the daughter, Lillian Barnes, and great- first Evan Boyer, second Keeper Ord, desserts, and the church's quarterly volleyball tournament in Emporia to ant season starts that weekend and it car with such force that it broke both granddaughters, OliviaandJerzieOrd, third Morgan McMains. In group 6-9, board meeting.. ist?"Sunday evening was 'Does God Ex- watchherniecewhoplaysforHeritage seems like there was always some kind bones in Dary's leg just above the were finished with their games Cliff first place was Levi Willitts, second 27 Happy birthday Isaac Keeps Oct. Christian Academy. Her team won. of mess opening weekend. If yea had ankle. He was taken to the Beloit hos- and Glenny took Lillian to her home in place Alden Abbott, and third place RI'I St:holm Bowl Jewell Public Library is having a tomopthefloorordrivedowntheroad pital where the bones were set and Red Cloud as both her mom and dad Vanessa Underwood. In group l0 and Christmas tree decorating contest, during that time frame you know what placed in a cast. They retumed to Man- were working and couldn't attend, over Aiyssa Dudley received first, tealll 9.11d at I-Iallovel" Contact the library for more informa- I'm talking about. With Halloween tion. Caleb, Lauren, Jayden, Jaxson and V~lencia Willitts received second, and Last Monday, the Rock Hills High J e w ell ay Roberta Holdren Ha vea very snowy (I mean a very over and winter coming Chuck has one hattan later in the e vening and Dory will be under the care of their doctor Jordan Froster, Wichita, were Sunday Remi Porras received third. Prizes School Scholars Bowl team competed In the morning hours of Oct. 24, scary) Halloween. last Halloween chuckle foryou. What there, visitors of Doug and Wanda Frasier. awarded were $10 for first, $7 for at Hanover. There were nine teams J,,A., ~no,l...~, f.m ~nA ~.r..v.~o ~;~ c~.o do you get when you cross a vampire Randall Scores 45 7 victo over Amanda, Luke and Emma Frasier, was completed with the children play- Hei"~ts ~anover Fra~nkf'ort Li~!y. "": ........ J ................. v ..... - ry Joining the group for lunch were second, and $S for third. Theevening com.,etin~,. Washin"ton Valle" and a snowman9 Frost bite Jewell , had surgery in Salina and should be ~ m t , - " . wlanK The Jewell County Re ubhcan .~ backinBeloitforrehabthefirstofthis ate ~ p Scoringineveryquarterofthegame, Hastings Joshua Frasier was working ing several games for which either n ~,~ " , .-," .-, . ',- ",' " " c ' . . IXOCK LreeK, Llay Lenter and week Jewell, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 29, 1964 the Randall Panthers vanquished the that attemoon and could not come to anay or pop was given as prizes. At- Marvsville Rock Hills ,,laced second Last Wednesday, adults and youths W "" Bonnie Kohn o. The Horse Show sponsored by the JewellWildcatsa5-7inan8-manfoot- VlS!t Theft .,P ........ ' g Creek by one ouestlon " . amilies had izza for lunch tendance this year was around 80 men losi'm to Rock v . , gathered at Lake Emerson for an , eli, lt stnertrst wee kor, r~ovem- Buffalo Valley SaddleClub Saturday, ball game played at Randall Friday and me KIOS went to me SChOOl may- women ann cmmren ....... - . ~" ~ ~ - " lne nlgn scoring team memoer for evening of worship with the Minne- , ann rememoer to,ran hack as Gay- Oct. ! 7, was a fine portion of the Corn afternoon. It was a Pike Trail League ground m the afternoon. The family Chfflsarnes stayed several hours in Rock Hills was Emma Reinert Other ugnt saving tune enos ~unuay morn Show re ram ame apolis praise band, "Firebrand." The . - P g - g . The scoring by quarters was as spent the day outside for the most part. Red Cloud Monday doing some room members are Sam Underwood "Derrio communities of Jewell Mankato,rag. There were 141 entries from seven follows: Randall 14, 12, 12, 7 = 45. "In Whose Image" was the title of painting at the home of his grandson, Luon~, Karri,,anDunstan KoleVano~ Beloit, Esbon, Minneapolis and. Thursday Ernest and Micki S!pe., counties. Some classes were so large it Jewell0,0,7,0=7. The tuming point Richard Cox's message at the Chris- Kasey Ord ,W,_ ~. ' "'"~ Courtland were represented. Three Kansas t~tty, ~l,o., .were ovemtgnt was necessary to run three shifts, in the game seemed to come after tian Church on Sunday morning. His " and &smon us. roasters of chili and 16 dozen cookies gues!s of Ernest s s~ster, and ClaudeC.McClintockofSimpsonwas Randall's second touchdown in the selected scripture reading was Mat- | t~lU Logan the purpose ot tlals vtslt ud e of the show fir were served followed by praise and ., ",, ...... J g " st quarter. With possession of the thew22 15-22. This scripture tel ls about | This week s report from worship through song, a skit and a was so me ~lpes could dig pezomes to The Mankato Saddle club made a ball, Jewell started a drive on its own agroupofPharisees and and Herodians | ~ ~ ~_ _ __ j___ , : video. The evening concluded with a ~Ke,oacktothevhome. Las!Saturday trial ride to Jewell and arrived in time 15 yard line, which carried to the Ran- going to Jesus with a question about | MallKatO LlVeSt~~ i1~ bonfire. Firebrand is the Minneapolis ,~moy Logan ann. Lar~r, el ode, Man.- for the afternoon street parade. After dull 10. At this point Rhodes of Ran- whether it was right to pay taxes to | . ,qr ~IF '~" High School FCA praise band. The nat!an, visited t.:mdy S parents, Bill the show, the horses were returned in dull intercepted a Jewell pass and ran Caesar. They hoped Jesus would give | Fnda,, Oct. 27 and vlarle Logan trucks ao teers tstn I b5 b0 group was blessed with the nicest day . . , ". , - fern touchdown. With this touchdown, an answer saying whether it was right | $~ of the week for weather. Eric {'~elson, Lincoln, Nee, was a Although the entries were large, the Jewell's hopes of victory seemed to go or wrong so they could arrest him be- | 11 Mix Bulls 690 136.00 11 BIk Steers 522 175 nn Daylight SavingTime ends Sunday weeKenu guest or lla P~elson. ~unoay show was completed in 2 I/2 hours, glimmering, cause to answer either right or wrong I8 B k Heifers 376 180 00 9 ........... '-"-" . morning. Be sure and set your clocks droner guests of Ila s were Gary and The size of the crowd was reduced The lone touchdown for the Wild- ' MIX ~teers 4~ 1 [2.oo would offend one or the other of those |13 BIk Heifers 518 159.00 7 Mix Steers 457 165 00 - ............. r,o,v o,, ~, .... 19orothyNelson, GayleandJimHudson, ................ somewhat by, the windv, weather, cats came immediately" " after the half, two groups ofpeople. Jesus, of course, |11 BIk Heifers 548 155.00 9 BIk Steers 620 160"00 allOlt ourttanu Ken ann nellabtout R - ' " " - Wendell Moyer fell early Saturday ....', ....... , esultsottheshow.Women sPlea- whenMlkeNultyhlthmVamevfora could see through their trickery and | 10 MixHeifers 536 153.00 10 MixSteers 624 15900 - ..... t~enmngton [oaaanaLlsatJoooneart sureClass 14 drover" 1 Neva h - tumed the tables on them by giving an | 11 BIk Heifers 510 145.00 58 Mx Steers 872 156"50 morning m hts home, breaking h~s htp Glen Eld ' " ........ ' . , . . S de- 60 yard pass play to the Randall one. and a bone in his elbow. He had sur- ,-. . er, and ~enaau .e~e~son., maker, Ioma. 2. Katharyn Smith, Lin- Three plays later Mike Nulty went answer that could not be disputed by | 10 Mix Heifers 570 145 00 ............. "-- gery Sunday at a hospital in Salina. ..dons Atexanaer received a phone coin. 3. Marjorie Brown, Beloit. 4. over for a touchdown. He also kicked either group He told them to give to | 7 Mix Heifers 684 145'00 ............. "__ w ' ~z M X ~teers bl/ lb3 UU International Day of Prayer for the call tlaa, t her g ranoaaughte.r, Kylee Janet Henningsen, Ionia. Flag Race, the extra point Resultsofothergames: Caesar what as Caesar s and give to I 7 Mix Heifers 835 144'00 ~exanuer Lolowater, WhO ~s a mem 14 or under 1 Russell Lan e Mankato Persecuted Church is Sunday.. . L . _ . - ; g , .Burr Oak 44, Cawker City 6; Scandia God what wasGod's.Whatdo wegive I 9M ~ v4o;~o~o ~o7 nJo'nn 7 Mix Steers 635 153.00 berottheSoutnt~entralHtghSchool 2 Susan Re holds Cuba 3 Pat 22 ................... "" " Thadd Hinkle, Mankato, was the ....... - Y , . , Courtland 0;Simpson 15, to God that ts already h~s? We give I 19 ~i~ v4,~ifo~ a~a ~n an 18 BIk Steers 740 152.50 ........................... 58 Mi voueyball team mane tlae tournament Re holds Cuba Flu Race 14drover a x Steers 912 152 25 guest speaker at the Christian Church ..... Y , g , ; J mestown 7. ourselves. In Genes~s ~t says that man | 11 BIk Steew =-,., ..... Sunday forthe fifth Sunday exchange team and the team placed zna at tl}e 1. Nick Reynolds, Cuba. 2. Harold was created in His image. We owe God | o .,~ ,ov.uv I')nn F'laniel~ nrPnchod in the lk/Innlcat~ state playoffs in Hays over the wee~- Schoeni, Smith Center 3 Jerr .......... v ......................... Y our whole selves. We are in the world | I~ I'~1,,^,,,-"/OI~ ~'=/O Qe~O~ ("hrictinn (-'h.... h end. South Central lost to Centralia. Hancock Mankato 4 Bill Roberts 11~ .... but we are not of it. To portray God's | i~/-il'il~l r M~NI" I OO"t,~ I O=O~Ot~t image is to love the Lord with all your ~= . .,= ,, "-'"J'osh"and'Enca'Bolton and daughter Rylee is a senior and the daughter of Jewell. PieasureClass'14orunder; 11 ILlU.I[ OakByCle=ysBar , heart and to love your neighbor as I t,onsltinetl for nov. have moved to Jewell. They have par- Wynn and Klm Alexander. Curt Shoemaker, Ionia 2. Cindy ~.~-.a ,h,. ~ .... ~ ...... A ..... Ann Hanson said she has been busy Henninosen Ionia 3 Russell Lan,,e RenitaVolkertookhermother, Judy yourself. When we yield to God and I ...... "~ ............. ~,,~u ,,,; ........ ~o~,y ,u,u ~u,u,3~ baking She made a German chocolate Mankato 4' Susan l~e"nolds Cuba' Miller to Salina last Wednesday for t~enrenus home on t~roaawav atreet. , ~" , ........ ~ , . , ..... Hiswill, HewiIlsendtheHolySpiritto | 12 young spnng bred cow~~ allsh~,weaned;20BIkSleers Tuesda. io ,-~o~*;-.. Ao. n~ .... for a dare sale and last weanes- Reinin~,Class, or~n-NevaShoemaker her cancer treatment. While m Sahna ustoenableustogiveourselves wholly I andHeifers 4~fallsh0Is;240blksleers650_800 ~^~,,.,~; ..... y,,u,Y-~'~'-~"~"-~':L'~.~;.~ ,~,u vvtc ....... ....... day for the JewellCounty Blood Drive. , , Ionia. ~. Marlon"~ e 'Brown, Belolt. 3.' they visited Judy's. sister, Patty Kile. to God. Following the service Penny [ wean~~kheifersS00-850; 12 mix steets and ,'.arl ............. vamey is m me nosmta msue. oared, mumns ann a~so helped NickRe"nolds: ,Cuba ............ 4 Har,~ta~,-nlth, ..Chff. and Glenny Barnes went, to andGaryTumerprovidedrefreshments ] heifers,4~00; 10 mix pair, 25 blk/red bred c0ws. no~,;, ^ .... A; .......... ~,o';om,~. wlththedrlve.Thursdayaftemoonshe Lincoln Men's Pleasure Class" ~ Pndhpsburg Thursday aftemoon and in observance ofbirthday Sunday. Rose [ M ~ I_ ~.~ _=_ ___ ~t ing'prog~ress'an~fee]i"n~;'~ett"er ....... - played cards with a group of women Delmar'Shoemaker, Ionia. 2. I~ick plcked up great-granddaughter Pals- Lewis, Gary Tamer, and Mary Foley ] ~~[~[~[~ tll~~~ | ~i Rooer ~,t..P,-.n....~t. i~ hark" in "~"~ Friday evening Alyssa Davis and Reynolds Cuba 3 Harold Smith Lin ley Ord from her school and brought each celebrate an October birthday. [ - - I= m 1= ~,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ll~l , ~.o.~,-'~,-';~,'~o~,"'~."~'~.7:~;~ ;~ L";~ other junior hi h basketball iris at- coin 4 Rex Henn" o ' her home with them for a short stay .................................... g .... .g m~sen, Ionia. Plea- - ~ Weekend guests ofGary and Penny [ donRluss~178,5-545-6~O5. Cel1785-81g-6115 ..... tenaed the movie, "it, at me Ute sure Class Colts '62" 1 Glen Nancy McCorkle had the misfor- turner were Angela, Gary, Amanda o u,,~,~,,,, ~ ............ A ,, ~o~ ~,~,.,,,~ Saturday evening Lee Davis, Joshual Goldsberrv Jewell 2' Mar'due'Brown tune of having her car blown off the ........ [ Nell Bouray 4~ott Greene, 785-'545-8612 ................................................ --,, ' " ] ........ ,~nda"~l~ren~ ,~an~e~ll;Sat~ee~lnY~i ~aLn~" I KelIB~,9-3051, Ge//402-879-5567 =.;.~... c~._ : ......... ,.~ ...... ~ .... ,'~yssaanu r,.anetgnattenoeo,-riram- Beloit 3 Harold Smith Lincoln 4 roan inursuay as sue was traveling to ~Huay. uric I,a lct,.vvcl, lll~ HUIItl tlcalt .......... - ' " " " ........ ~Aam Giger, 402-469-23 uy run r tgnt, lne group ate supper JanetHennin,,sen Ionia ShovelRa,', upenor. ' ancy surrerea a oro en ding shower fo r Courtney Cox in 57 ~u,~,,,y~ . . thenjoinedinonthecamivalwithface eden; l Bob~Ooxon, Jewell 2 B i'ii ,~ lne t~ur~s family had a great week. andpumpkinpaintingandotheractivi- L'ooan "Mankato 3 Martin "Gumm Laleb, son el'Josh and Erin Barks got ~ ' . " . ". ' hk fi , .... v;,, o ties; Alyssa won a door.prize. I was Mankato. 4. Virginia Hichenbaugh, II If you are not 7;~_"_'~_" ~"~7, ,~"",~ Y"~." .,_o,~,~,~, tom everyone nan run ann enjoyed me Belleville. Water Race open" 1. Jock II " _ _ .--.- -- - - raaHnan ann Maley ParKs, twin uaugn- event ........... " '~'-' II ll'~a'~i'll~hr~ ely ....... . ......... "~- wmrray, ManKato z ~uce lnompson,., ........ m, , [ ~ 0B-~-~ .ms o crlc ann .uelara uurss, rmlsnea LastWednesdayLoiseBlass, Emma " " II _ _ " tlrst and second at the 3A state cross Clavcamn Verla Roe and Jeanie Blair Beloit. 3. MartinGumm, Mankato. 4. |1 ~ ~llll~..m ~ Sunday, November 5, 2Ol1 12-00 No country meet in Lawrence. " "' Nick Reynolds, Cuba. Rescue Race, 11 It ~ ~1~ ~,/~I ate lunch together After lunch the o en l Harold Sh em TherewasapresentationbyGideons ' " -. p ; . o aker, Ionia 2. |] ............ H, [ Sale to be held at 30551 Rd D, Fairfield, Nebraska. (West on Hwy 74 to Road D, 1 1/2 mile South). I women went to Jeame s home for af HaroldSch International at the Trinity United .. ' - oeni, SmithCenter. 3. Mar- |[ r~w~#~M~,1,o I NOTE: Having sold our acmage, we will have an auction of our propertF. Plan to attend. ' Methodist Church temoon Vlsmng ~, wo~ ~dJ~ Sunday. Cecil Lam- ,. , . tin Gumm, Mankato. CI6ver Leaf, ]l ~e~uTe~or li~d"*l J Red's Country Catering Serving Lunch I bert Snnth Center w Mltcn and Cheryl Woemer are m eature of , " , as the presenter, open; 1. Russell Lunge, Mankato. 2. II FL%reo:f'or ,J~tlJl~ II -- "~ TRACTOR-~V'IACHINERY I ..... ~1 [ Theto ~cofPast northwestern Nebraska lckm corn he Superor i p or Rice' s sermon was . P" " g HaroldSchoeni, Smith Center. 3. Nick II T_heSuperirt~I/~r~ I[ ~ ~,~"t" [ 1973 John Deere 4430 tractor, cab, air, quad [ ,,~ i ~ [ ace The third f Cheryl saxd they have a lot of corn left E~:press pe . " o the fruits of the . Reynolds, Cuba. 4. Veto Reynolds, II E~:press -- | ~lm~,~~ .... [ trans., 3 pt. dual hyd., 18.4x38 rear, 10.00x16 I ~~~~ | I ~~~ front, 6200 hrs, sells with Farmhand F235 green I~. /'%~,]~1~ I to p~ck and hope the weather sta s i spirit, peace is an attitude and a choice. , ........ Y Cuba. Trail Class, open; 1. Glen II each week, you are missing | quick attach loader, bucket grapple fork very ~_, ~ i~ I gooe unaay night mey nay hurries i The stuffwith which we fill our lives is _ . Goldsberry, Jewell.2.RexHenningsen, |l the news, features and - I~~: ~1"',~ .~ clean unit , V01zke 22 ft. 10wb0ytrailer, g00df100r, ~vt~i~llll~l~i~ I and temperatures around freezm Ioma A :temporary, but peace is etemal. Next ....... g ". 3. lice Thompson, Beloit. 4. II I~r~~:~.111x15, rims & tires, good trailer . Krause12pt. ~~~] I ~::~".!. tandem disc John 0eere #604 3 pt. shredder ~~~: I week the fruit of the spirit will be wtonaay morning, the weatlaer man Bob Railsback Ionia II " ~ ........ _~_----~.-.o --~ .... | ..... ~,~,: ~ J0hn ~ere model R manure spreader, complete ~ I Y~? !i:~'iitoaMnt ?g:ra ~?i:il ~:~; ;a~ ;~h~ ;~k 'l~: ~ae~inffd~/eM:~ II i il~C~! R~ ii ~ t rL J pt. rear b,ade, good Ferguson 2 bottom , ....... ,.~:.:~, | ~~ ---. ~ ...... = . " plow, 3 pt Ferguson 7 ft. field cultivator, 3 pt. ]:i~/~ ~ ~_~ ..... | Fort 3 pt. 3 section spnngtooth 3 pt. Dirt scoop [ ;ii ~,~,~LI~: ~' [ nInIn~Caiuakh;eSr th~b~t~ Mbe~l hU :pain- Jew d / "3pt. cement mixer Pull type shredder :~mm~ t.~-:, : ~ ry d Don Simmelink. , g , " g - ful injury Monday morning, when a I[ aewen t_.ounty ttecortl / MOT'.~CYCLE. ATV ..... '"::::'~ ~i~i!i;;~ / 1981.Yamaha Enticer 250 cc motorcycle, 1 owner, ] |1 One Year in Kansas $30 ~v ~ ........ ~ ~ z.a~ mi~es, needs carb. work Viper model 90 I ~-~ ~ I] (Includes Kansas Sales Tax / 4-wheeler, needs work, 2004 Yamaha Sports- ~ '::~ ~~ _:~ ..... I I] IT'S ( PEH SON II IJ ~liv::)l;tOarea~i~g ..... / man700, auto trans.,160 hrs, winch oSnowl. tir ll / ": '~ ....... - blade for AlV l.L:::,:~~i~] I .................. ~ LIVESTOCK EUtPMEN'" I ":%~ : 2- Larson 12x30. 3 stall sheters, lined in good conditon L nn car ::;i~-- .... I O / i!~;.;~ roping chute 2- L-H 12 ft. ga v feed bunks - 5- 10 ft. feed bunks ~ -. ~= I ![ .... II il One Year in Other States, $39 / 5- 12 ft. feed bunks 26- 10ft. corralpanels, 4 ft. walk-thrugate. [ll~ ' ~_. IE i I :11 Deliver your deer to Duis Meat Processing and finish your hunt properly! II II - /[~~-~..~.~I,.: : ,.; ~ 2- Horse feed bunks w/hay rack . 2 Sma calf creep feeders * 5Bale / ,:!; feeders - 4 ft. x 2 ft. Steel gate 2 Wheel hay mover 3 Oblong water ,,I] - " " II II Jewell CountyNews I / ~t tanks 6000# buk bn, been nside, new auger Trail Set, bridge / :] mailbox (late. 1 set poles for horse events Horse washing stall o 1 i , i D FMthe hunters in Salina and the surrounding areas, bring your carcass to ,I II) ,I i u's eat Processing nConcordia We will then process your meat and ]1 II ...... L\7 '? " une ear in r,.ansas )Jo II del,ver it to Smoky Mounta n Meats for you t eoi chaige_ ..... [II ude~ ~'~, - II II , uoscr,pnonsmctuae II ..... :17fi BASIC DEER PROCESSING COSTS II I[ One Year in Other States, $39 II Carcass Processing /;8;-- I I Stop by ormail 0"r MillerLiterotatinglight,acollec'ro Micheiol~UIt'ra'rotating~ght. Budweiserro- ......................... o:= u lll trPd 2t oxe30?yi:eur'' " Y ]J Cape Head $40 r I I ~"~'=":'t'~ I taring light " Coors Li0ht POOl table light' nen * Budwe ser 2013 Sturgis' nen ~ .... --| iiiii!~i ~t I,~~" ,Budweiser#29KevinHarvickneon. 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Commercial microwave oven * 3 section glass display units [[ : ' ~.,.- ~,, I II 785-378-3191 I,~lnw,,, COLLECTIBLES-H()t)SEHOLDgood,Kerosenelampso0d anterns EXTRA DEER PROCESSING OPTIONS w_ 78_5-a7 2 9 2 ,Railroa.d signs7 Vu/e.a.35# anvil, good. 25# anvil 1 Ill ,- ugntea grapevine o, ans, .~.~ sizes . 0mer collectibles in storage Horse drawn sleigh 2 wa, lnsc,onng ~p.~oaros o. ~ pc. knotty pine bedroom set Matching sofa & Ioveseat, plaid ~~~ [ [] BeefTrim ...................... $2.50 perlb Summersausage. ....... $1.50 perlb. IIII | Please send a subscription of | I ~=~--~----~ uaK rocker uutsioe yara waterfall, new pump Drop front desk ~ I II PorkTrim ..................... $1.79perlb Whole Muscle Jerky ........ $4.00 per lb. IIII |[--"]JewellCountyRecord | ~ lOOt..~-S.oP-~L~r~t~ " " I 2- 500 gal. fuel tanks w/l10V pumps & meters Miller Thunderbot 225 wn. welder w/long . | / allow ........................... $. 65 perlb. Sticks ........... ...................... $3.00perlb. IIII | [-'-] Jewell County News | cables. Snap-0n61uePoint6hp60gal. upright air compressor . Chrome Air1100 air .......... :1 ~-~ compressor Porta Cooler shop cooler like new Preform 3000 watt generator Coleman ~~ii~ Powermate 'Clean Machine"power washer 2"- 158 GPM water pump w/Honda motor, new. ~ I | Grinding Trim Mira . $. 79 per lb Sticks w/Pepper ................ $3.50 per lb. II[] | (Checkone) | Century 200 amp battery charger , Delta16" band saw . Coleman Powermate airtools in case [ ' " ....... -- " Name e s, Phers, all k,nds hand tools - 1 Trailer load of unlisted ~tems. s, Forks - I t M,nute Steaks ............... $1.00 per lb. Sticks w/Pepper cheese-iiii ;31?5 per ibl I II , ame ______ ' ~ end-bOx` Craftsman 94 piece t~~~ set S~cket sets . 24" Crescent wrench ` Handyman jack' ~ike new `12 v~~t A~V sprayer ~ ~pen ~end wrenches upto 2" o Fencetools Airbubbe 2 She vacuums Electric to I '~ P i ...... I Address I ~ Hamm r .....P OS" Rakes, Hoes, Shovels. Forks- attes ............................ $1.00 per lb. DriedDeer .......... i::. . :. .iiil;li00;e;ibl I [l!c dressy-- ! OWEN & -- Seasoned Sausage $ 50 er lb I I II .......... P Extra Game Bags, .......... ,....$ .10 each] I ] KIM NELSON, OWNERS / II ', Summer Sausage w/Peppers ................................. $1.75 per lb. II [[ i'Amoun-~-~'-----___ i ,Rv=- ........ Montlomerv.r. .... .:_" cardTerm'(withf Sale:4% AdministrationC~:elCash' check, creditIi II Summer Sausage w/Pepper cheese ....................... $2.00 per lb. II II i ;w .... i ......... ..,,o ....... day of Auction Nothin rumor , -' , .? - r . g ed MaN I GO.~%H:.J;~.~r Hm: 402-257-2335 Cell: 402-746-3823, until settled for. Merchandi~red I II B it E .t iiM =" II ........ ; ...... .... . . bidder's risk affer bid off. Ownersand I A gift from ~.~ ! ~'I~ [~' ~'J~" ~']I " l~"~ Web$1t@: www'mntg m'rya UCtln'e m Auction Company not responsi~:~odr [ "! -~ ,~ u,~,, ,,,,-,. -~o Emaih info@mont omer accidents or theft. 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