2B Saint Francis Herald Thursday, July 1, 2004 Classifieds HELP FOR ABUSED women and feeding preferred. Competitive Thank you to the Chamber and Classifieds children. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call Northwest wages and housing provided. Must be willing to relocate. Call 308-423- Garage Sale Gloria Bracelin for nominating us for a Kansas Business Apprecia- Kansas Shelter, 800-794-4624. 5313 or 308-423-5455. 26-27* Deadline for advertising: 3tfn* ___________________________ SATURDAY, July 3, 8 a.m. - noon. Baby items, clothes, games, bikes, tion Award. Yost Farm Supply/ Ford-Mercury, Bob and Arnita Monday at 5 p.m. ___________________________ SHARE YOUR NEWS of house $250 TO $500 a week. Will train to work at home helping the US Gov- kitchen items, movies, bedding. Everything must go. Behind Video Yost __________________________ Call us at 785-332-3162 guests or vacations with The St. Francis Herald and Bird City Times ernment file HUD/FHA mortgage refunds. No experience necessary. Connection. 27* Thank you to the Lutheran Church quilting ladies for birthday pot- ___________________________ or 785-734-2659 readers. Call 785-332-3162 or 785- Call toll free 1-866-537-2907 SATURDAY, July 3, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. luck and cards. Della Morris 734-2659 with news items. 26-27* Lots and lots of stuff, including pi- __________________________ ___________________________ ano and pop-up camper, 408 Park- To the Dress Down people. Thank Classified ads — Printed in The COUNTRY COLLAGE Antiques, SECRETARY at Western Sprin- you all from the Senior Center. St. Francis Herald & The Bird City Times. 27th anniversary sale, Saturday, July 3, 9 a.m. -6 p.m., St. Franics. Services klers, computer skills needed. Call way Drive, St. Francis. ___________________________ 27c __________________________ 785-332-2597 for more informa- MULTI-FAMILY, Friday, July 2, What a delightful surprise it was Cards of Thanks first ten words 27* TRUCK LETTERING, Call 1-800- tion or stop by the office on east US free, 20¢ for each additional word. 4-8 p.m., 117 W. Second, Bird City, to receive such thoughtful cards in ___________________________ 886-2423. pin stripping, signs of all 36, St. Francis. 26,27c alley behind Designs by Dawn. honor of our 25th anniversary! Poetry is charged at the rate of CHEYLIN SCHOOLS, Bird City, kinds including magnetic, vinyl, ___________________________ $1.30 per line. Don’t miss great bargains. 27c Thank you to each of you who has the following surplus items for over 25 years of experience. Hot CHEYLIN USD 103 is seeking ap- $3.00 service charge is billed ___________________________ took the time to make our occa- sale by sealed bid. 2 - 2.4 GHZ Para- Brush, 800-886-2423, fax 785-734- plications for half-time route bus HILL’S OLE HOUSE, 4th and sion special! Sharon and Jeff monthly for open accounts. bolic Antennas, 21 dbi gain; 2 - 500 2459 204 W. 4th, Bird City, KS driver and substitute bus drivers. Francis, July 3, 9 a.m.-noon. More Olofson mW 2.4 GHZ amplifiers; kitchen 67731. 31tfn These positions are subject to ran- merchandise, baby items and toys. __________________________ cupboards to be sold by kitchen- Notices ettes. Items are located in Bird City, dom drug testing. For more infor- mation call Randy Miller at 785- 27c The St. Francis Public Library would like to thank those who ___________________________ VOTE RON LOUDEN, Republi- call 785-734-2341 for additional Wanted 332-0294. Application should be SATURDAY, July 3, 8 a.m.-noon, have given a memorial in memory can for 2nd District Commissioner. information. Send bid to Cheylin sent to the district office: USD 103, 409 Parkway, St. Francis. Jessica of Aerial Andrist. School, Box 28, Bird City, Ks. LOT MOWING, call 785-332- P.O. Box 28, Bird City, Ks. 67731. (Adv. paid for by committee to elect Ron Louden) and Brenda Nelsen. 27c __________________________ 27* 67731 by July 8. 27c 3424. 26-29c USD 103 is an equal opportunity A special thank you! The residents ___________________________ ___________________________ employer. 27c and staff at the Good Samaritan BRUNK’S BRATS FIRE- • NOTICE • WORKS, June 28 - July 4 at Poling YARDS TO MOW this summer, contact the Frewen boys at 785- Thank You Village would like to thank every- one who donated to the Kathy Chiropractic, St. Francis. 26-27* 332-3466. 16tfn For Rent Thank you for all the cards, flowers, Pinnell Memorial at the Village. Kathy’s memory brings a warm and AD RATES ___________________________ FOUR BEDROOM country home. memorials, remembrances and words of comfort I received upon gracious feeling to all of us who For Line Classified Ads COME AND GO bridal shower for Jill Dodd and Dusty Gary on July 3, Help Wanted Call 785-332-2517. 26-27c the death of my sister, Ellen Zwick. knew and loved her. In her precious are as follows: ___________________________ Betty Jean Winston memory, God bless to all. 3-5 p.m. at the home of Robyn COOKS AND KITCHEN PREP HOUSE with garage, St. Francis. 1-Wk. 10 words - $5.50 ___________________________ __________________________ Raile, 523 E. Jackson, St. Francis. needed at The Dusty Farmer, St. Call Shay Realty, 785-332-2566. 20¢ ea. additional word I would like to thank the Cheyenne The Cheylin Recreation Commis- 26,27* Francis, 785-332-2200. 27c 25tfn 2-Wks. 10 words - $10.50 County Jr. Miss committee for all sion on behalf of all your children 40¢ ea. additional word ___________________________ ___________________________ their help throughout the week. I would like to thank all those who 3 to 4 Wks. 10 words - $11.95 45¢ ea. additional word ELECT THE CHEYENNE COUNTY FSA (Farm Service Agency) is accepting TWO BEDROOM apartment, new remodel w/free laundry, utilities would also like to thank all the back stage moms for all that they did this came out and supported the Cheylin Recreation Commission (10 word minimum. Line Classified must be in our office no later than CHUCK KRIBS bids for janitorial services for the USDA Service Center. Bids will be furnished. 785-332-2258 evenings. 24 tfn week and for giving up their time to make this week unforgettable. And at the fund-raising Potato Bake meal on Sunday, June 27. The 5 p.m. on Monday) accepted in the county office ___________________________ public’s support means so much Country Advocate SHERIFF through 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, 2004 or if mailed, postmarked by TWO BEDROOM trailer, utilities paid except gas. 785-332-2313, St. to all the girls in Jr. Miss, thanks for making this week a blast. Without to the children and helps in a small way to keep the summer recre- $6.00/per week - 10 words you girls it wouldn’t have been the 25¢ ea. additional word •EXPERIENCED this date. Duties will begin Aug. 1. Francis. 25tfn same. You all did an awesome job ation activities going this sum- Two cleanings per week are re- mer. Once again, thanks to the Ads must be in the office by •QUALIFIED quired. Janitorial Service Contracts and you girls are all winners. I Cheylin public for your support. would also like to give a huge thank 12:00 noon on Friday. •DETERMINED are available for your review at the For Sale you to the community for all their __________________________ FSA office, West Highway 36 in St. love and support. Thanks again, Thank you to the participating Display (box) Ads Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Committee to elect Chuck Kribs Francis; phone 785-332-2183. FSA CANE SEED, millet seed, forage Chelsey Weeden businesses for the scrip money I is an Equal Opportunity Employer. sorghum and hybrid sedan grass won on the Harvest Countdown. Display (box) Ads for St. Francis Our Business Is Bids will be considered without re- seed. Prices ranging from $10 to ___________________________ It will be well spent. Dot Hill and Bird City deadline is 5 p.m. A big thank you to the Lawn Ridge gard to race, color, religion, nation $25 a 50 pound bag. Olsen Live- 4-H Club for the donation from their on Monday. origin, sex, disability, age or mari- stock and Seed Inc. call 308-297- St. Francis Herald $5.10 per column in. bake sale to the Senior Center. Your tal or familial status. The FSA Com- 3283 or 308-297-3689. 21-29c thoughtfulness is really appreci- Bird City Times $4.30 per column in. Both Papers $8.14 per column in. mittee reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. 26-27c ___________________________ TRAILER HOUSE located in ated. In Memory of Classified Display $8.30 per col. in. The St. Francis Herald ___________________________ WANTED A MAN to work on a Colby at Friendly Acres. Great for college kids. 785-332-3067. Skip Runzel St. Francis southwest Nebraska farm/feedlot. 27-28c Bird City Times Tire & Service Experience with farming and cattle I loved you before 785-332-3162 or 785-734-2659 DEBT CRISIS! I knew you. 785-332-3366 Consolidation is the key I will love you THANK YOU FOR to personal loans, for eternity. mortgages, and other You are my best friend, YOUR SUPPORT! financial services. I will miss you until Business has been good! Available up to $500,000. Low interest. we meet again. We look forward to serving you for many years to come — Love, K. Call toll free: Stop by and check out our new menu 1-866-834-6795 The Dusty Farmer Restaurant 785-332-2200 • Hwy. 36 • St. Francis The Cheyenne Co. Courthouse The Bird City Century II Development Foundation will be CLOSED is taking applications for the employment of a Mon., July 5th PART-TIME EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR in observance of Independence Mail resumes to: Day Century II; P.O. Box 593, Bird City, KS 67731 Applications must be received by July 8, 2004 www.shayrealty.com REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 100 ACRES ON RIVER BOTTOM: 63 ac. in CRP, 37 ac. grass. Nice 409 Parkway. Just listed - this well maintained 3 bedroom home located in potential home site with great view of Republican River & abundant wild- a very nice neighborhood. Has an attached 2 car garage, full finished base- life; domestic well & electricity. Located 15 mi. NE of St. Francis, KS. ment and underground sprinkler system which add to the amenities of this 560 ACRES NATIVE PASTURE RANCH: Deer, turkey, dove & lovely home. Call us now to see it. pheasant are plentiful on scenic creek property. Lots of trees. Rustic rock 110 E. Spencer. Available again and PRICE REDUCED. Once in a life- house. New elec. well. Grass rent income. Just off 161, north of Bird City. time opportunity for one of the nicest homes in St. Francis. 1 1/2 story, 5 SHERMAN CO. FARM WITH POTENTIAL HOMESITE: 192 ac. bedrooms, 2 baths and 2,671 sq. ft. of living area. Large kitchen, living and dryland & 288 ac. grass; submer. well & elect. 10 N. & 2.5 E. of Goodland. dining rooms as well as a TV room. Remodeled and updated it offers com- 236 ACRES IRRIGATION: 690 GPM well; currently flood irrigated; good bases. Sec. 18, 8-42, Sherman Co., 1 mi. North of Kanorado, KS. fort and beauty. Must see to appreciate. $115,000. 1,930 ACRES KIT CARSON CO. LAND & IMPROVEMENTS: 409 S. Francis - Spacious, 9 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen, dining 869 ac. irrigation, 752 ac. crop & CRP & 309 ac. grass. Very nice 3,636 sq. room, living room, office and full basement plus a covered patio in the back. ft. brick home, older 2nd home, shop, 2 Morton bldgs., lots of grain stor- Reasonably priced, don’t miss out on this one. Price reduced to $79,500. age. Property may be split. 10 mi. S. & 7 mi. E. of Burlington, CO. 221 W. Webster, St. Francis. Attractive 6 room home with 3 bedrooms, 775 sq. ft. plus a partial finished basement and detached garage on corner lot. Has newer furnace, carpeting, water heater and front and rear underground sprinklers. Refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer included. $34,000. 317 E. Second, Bird City. Real nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1,040 sq. ft. home on one level that has been updated with many nice features. Has new furnace and air conditioning, new floor covering, new entry doors, newly painted on RURAL HOME ON 6.3 ACRES: BRICK RANCH HOME: 1,691 sq. the inside and attic insulation is more than adequate. Refrigerator and cook Newly repaired 1,966 sq. ft. home ft. includes master bedrm. with bath; stove are included. Large wooden deck plus two storage sheds make this with 4 bdrms., 1 3 / 4 baths; new 2 guest bedrooms & guest bath; cen- ideal for a small family or retired couple. $27,500. plumbing & septic system; all ap- tral AC; attached 2-car garage & work- COMMERCIAL -- 102 W. Washington UNDER CONTRACT ... pliances; nice barn, quonset, other shop; auto sprinklers; large wooded But we have one left at 301 W. Washington. With 6,000 sq. ft. in the main bldgs. 3.5 W. & 5 N. of Bird City. lot. 612 Bird Ave., Bird City, KS building, a lot 175 ft. wide and 130 ft. deep which allows a large parking CHARMING & AFFORDABLE: Property area, this building will accommodate a variety of uses. would make a great office or retail space or PRICE REDUCED on 29 acres behind the Catholic Church in Bird City. could be converted back to a home. Great deck Better take another look. overlooking courthouse & park. Just $16,000. CHECK WITH US FOR OTHER LISTINGS 217 E. Washington St., St. Francis, KS. Please check our website for other nice homes in and near Visit our web site at: www.donloverealestateinc.com St. Francis, Bird City, Atwood, McDonald & Wray! Don Love, Broker S HAY Rodney W. Shay, 785-332-2566 Ryan W. Shay, 783-332-2566 785-332-2921 R EALTY, Inc. Reese W. Shay, 970-332-3350 Sondra Bracelin, Salesperson Diana Argabright, 785-626-3196 785-332-3041 107 E. Washington a St. Francis, KS Our Goal is P.O. Box 723 • 116 E. Washington Serving Kan. - Colo. - Neb. Your Satisfaction! St. Francis, KS Thursday, July 1, 2004 Saint Francis Herald 3B At the Game Bowling News Summer Strikers 6/7 Ball players finish season by winning overtime game in league tournament over Grinnell/Leoti Team standing: Alley Kats 11-5, Wet Shoes 11-5, Jackballs 9-7, Bud Frogs 9-7, The Originals 8-8, Super A Colby Summer League Boys Foods 6-10, The Slappers 1- basketball tournament was held 15. on Tuesday, June 22, with the St. High game (handicap): Francis team placing third follow- Linda Yonkey 243, Sara ing a 45-40 overtime victory over Schield 218, Ida Harlan 217; Grinnell/Leoti in the game for Tyler Wolters 225, Aaron third and fourth. This tournament Culwell 223, Dallas Walz 213, ended the regular season for the Wes Cooper 213 team, which had played games High series (handicap): each Tuesday beginning June 1. Culwell 614, Wolters 609, The league was composed of six Chase Grice 599; Yonkey 665, teams including St. Francis, Harlan 618, Schield 600 Weskan, Grinnell/Leoti, Good- Summer Strikers 6/14 land, Atwood and Grinnell 2. Team standing: Alley Kats The regular season ended with 15-5, Bud Frogs 13-7, Weskan in the top position followed Jackballs 12-8, The Originals by Goodland, Grinnell/Leoti, St. 12-8, Wet Shoes 12-8, Super Francis, Grinnell 2 and Atwood Foods 10-10, The Slappers 1- St. Francis did a good job in 19. overtime competition as they won High game (handicap): both overtime games they were Stephane Hunt 251, Linda involved in. Yonkey 216, Ida Harlan 210; Tournament games Marcus Dodd 236, Aaron Weskan 42, St. Francis 37 Culwell 233, Darren Work- Levi Weeden led the team with man 232 18 points when they met Weskan High series (handicap): in game one of the tournament. He Workman 656, Dodd 655, had scoring support from six other Troy Torrence 613; Hunt 628, players but it was not enough to Yonkey 611, Erica Harlan overcome the 42 points that 582. Weskan posted. “This was a very physical game,” Coach Kelly Frewen said. THE WORLD. “A lot of rough horsing. I thought the kids would pull it out, but we As close as your phone. came up a little short. COLBY SUMMER LEAGUE provided basketball actionfor a St. Francis team. Involved in the competition are Joel McAtee 785-332-3162 Scoring: Weeden, 18; A.J. (front left), Mac Frewen (center back) and Drew Feikert (right back). Photo courtsey of Kelly Frewen McAtee 8; Joel McAtee 3, Drew man defense was good. fense. “This was a very physical game,” Feikert 8, K. Frewen 8, A.J. McAtee nwkansas.com Feikert 2, Mac Frewen 2, J.D. “It was a team effort and in the Scoring: Feikert 6, J. McAtee 6, Coach Frewen said. “Levi hit a 6, Weeden 2, Hawkins 2. Hawkins 2, Keaton Frewen 2. overtime proved we had more de- M. Frewen 4, A.J. McAtee 4, J.D. three-pointer to tie. Rebounding: J. McAtee 10, INTERNET Access as low Rebounding: J. McAtee 6, sire to win which pulled us Hawkins 2, Weeden 2, K. Frewen “In overtime we out hustled them Weeden 9, Killingsworth 9, Feikert as $14.92/month Feikert 5, Weeden 5, A.J. McAtee through.” 1. which proved to be the difference. 8, M. Frewen 7, A.J. McAtee 6, K. 4, M. Frewen 3, Hawkins 2. Team stats for this contest are not Goodland 35, St. Francis 18 It was a great win. Frewen 5, Hawkins 3 ➥ Tech help Available ➥ Hookup Same Day as Signup St. Francis 45, available. Only four St. Francis players J. McAtee led the team with 19 Grinnell/Leoti50, Grinnell/Leoti 40 Regular season managed to score in this game but points while Weeden added 11 and St. Francis 47 Overtime Weskan 29, St. Francis 25 the rebounding ended up 19-14 with Feikert 10. Feikert also pulled down The last game in the four-week This overtime win made it pos- St. Francis did well on the boards St. Francis coming out on top. eight rebounds. league was played against Grinnell/ sible for the St. Francis team to against Weskan as they pulled “Goodland got an early lead and Scoring: J. McAtee 19, Weeden Leoti with Sainty falling by three finish the tournament in third down 19 rebounds to 17 for then we couldn’t get anything go- 11, Feikert 10, A.J. McAtee 6, points. Grinnell/Leoti had 50 and P.O. Box 1050; St. Francis place. Weskan. ing,” Coach Frewen said. “We were Hawkins 4. St. Francis 47. 785-332-3162 “We played a great game,” Unfortunately the scoreboard a lot better than the score showed.” Rebounding: Feikert 8, J. “A great game to play, but tough Coach Frewen said. “Our man-to- showed Weskan with the most Scoring: J. McAtee 7, Weeden 5, McAtee 6, M. Frewen 6, Weeden, one to lose,” Coach Frewen said. points scored and they earned the M. Frewen 4, Feikert 2. A.J. McAtee 5, B.J. Killingsworth “Both teams were even in talent. Public Notice 29-25 win. “Our first game of the season,” Coach Frewen said, “We were a Rebounding: J. McAtee 6, Weeden 4, M. Frewen 4, Feikert 3, 5, K. Frewen 2. St. Francis 64, Grinnell II 27 Three players hit double figures We had mostly younger kids, they had mostly older ones. We played hard, just came up a little short.” A.J. McAtee 1, Hawkins 1. little rusty. We played good defense St. Francis 50, Atwood 40 in this contest with J. McAtee hav- J. McAtee with 17 points led the Registration books for primary but didn’t put in the shots on of- Overtime ing 16, M. Frewen 11 and scoring effort, followed by M. Killingsworth 10. Frewen with 11. election will close July 19 Every player scored and every Under the basket Feikert and J. SCAM ALERT! player also collected at least one McAtee each had seven boards. Published in The Saint Francis Her- First National Bank in Bird City. rebound so it was a total team effort. Every player helped with the re- ald, St. Francis, Kansas, and The A citizen of the United States who “We played a relaxed game bounding and had at least one. Bird City Times, Bird City, Kansas, is eighteen (18) years of age and which allowed us to try different Scoring: J. McAtee 17, M. Thursday, July 1, 2004. upwards or will have attained the things and they all worked,” Coach Frewen 11, Hawkins 9, Feikert 4, ORDER OF CLOSING BOOKS age of eighteen (18) years at the and Contact the Federal Trade Commission, America’s Frewen said. Weeden 3, A.J. McAtee 3 next election may register to vote. NOTICE OF PLACES AND When a voter has been registered “The other team was not up to our Rebounding: Feikert 7, J. DATES consumer protection agency, to find out how to spot level of ball so it was a fun game for McAtee 7, A.J. McAtee 4, according to law, his or her registra- OF REGISTRATION tion shall continue to be valid until federal and postal job scams. us.” Killingsworth 4, M. Frewen 3, BEFORE PRIMARY the voter changes their name by Scoring: J. McAtee 16, M. Hawkins 3, Weeden 2, K. Frewen ELECTION marriage, divorce or legal proceed- www.ftc.gov/jobscams Frewen 11, Killingsworth 10, 1. August 3, 2004 ings or changes their residence. 1-877-FTC-HELP Pursuant to K.S.A.25-2311(c), Any person may apply to be regis- notice is hereby given that on the tered in person or by mail to the $5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS 19th day of July, 2004, all registra- Election Officer. Application forms For a limited time, Schneider National is offering a $5,000 tion books for the primary election shall be provided by the County sign-on bonus to experienced drivers and owner will close at the end of regular busi- Election Officer upon request in operators. Schneider National continues to hire and provide company-paid CDL training for inexperienced ness hours. Registration books will person or in writing by an individual drivers. Call for opportunities in your area. remain closed until the 4th day of applicant. 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