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SEPTEMBER 12, 2013

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 11:30 a.m. Harvey County United Way Chili Cook-Off, Sixth Street between Main and Poplar, Newton. One ticket gets you a chili sample from every booth. All benefits from this familyfriendly event will go to the Harvey County United Way.

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1 p.m. Poker 102: Triple Stud: Stud, Stud Hi-Lo, & Razz, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Beginning where Poker 101 left off the three common variations of Stud games will be taught. Cost of $60.00. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

LUKE BRYAN (with FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE and THOMPSON SQUARE) WHERE: INTRUST Bank Arena, 500 E. Waterman St., Wichita WHEN: 7:30 p.m. today COST: $27.25-$52 WEB: intrustbankarena.com

BEE ON TIME TODAY 10 a.m. Storytime at Bluebird Books 2 South Main, Hutchinson. Storytime for kids, infant to 8 years. 8 p.m. Jim Breuer at Stiefel Theatre, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Admission: $25, $32

FRIDAY 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe, Cool Beans at the Depot, 209 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson. 7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance, Elmdale Community Center, 400 E. Ave. E, Hutchinson. Barbara Whitehead will call the squares

1 p.m. Casting, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Create jewelry pieces using lost wax casting, learning both vacuum casting and steam casting. Students will supply their own metal and may work in silver, gold, brass, or bronze. Cost of $47.50, plus materials. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

TICKET BOOTH THE PRIESTS DECEMBER 4, 8 P.M. WHERE: The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $30-$60 PHONE: (316) 263-0884 WEB: wichitaorpheum.com

6:30 p.m. Liberty Quartet at Bethel Mennonite Church 256 8th Avenue, Inman. Liberty Quartet in concert. No admission fee; a love offering will be received.

THE FOUR FRESHMEN DECEMBER 7, 7 P.M. WHERE: McPherson Opera House, 219 S. Main St., McPherson COST: $27-$35 PHONE: (620) 241-1952 WEB: mcphersonoperahouse.org MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER DECEMBER 19, 7 P.M. WHERE: United Wireless Arena, 4100 W. Comanche St., Dodge City ON SALE: Monday COST: N/A PHONE: (620) 371-7849 WEB: unitedwirelessarena.com

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Len Davis will showcase his collection “A Thousand Words” through Sept. 28 at the Shafer Gallery at Barton Community College in Great Bend. The collection shows drawings of peoples’ faces executed on newsprint pages from books and novels that are filled with text and recognizable text-filled debris, elements and objects. The collection is designed to illustrate that "A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words" embedded literally in 1,000 words.

SATURDAY 7:30 a.m. Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Alefs Tent Event & 2014 Demo Rides, Alefs HarleyDavidson, 5427 N. Chuzy Drive, Wichita. 10 a.m. Fall Wildflower Tour, Maxwell Wildlife Refuge, Canton. Capture the vibrant colors of the prairie’s wildflowers and foliage aboard a trams. For reservations, call (620) 628-4455. 10:30 a.m. Storytime at Bluebird Books 2 South Main, Hutchinson. Storytime for kids, infant to 8 years.

Book: “Apothecary” by Maile Meloy. Register through Hutch Rec. 5:15 p.m. Teen Book Club, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St. Book: “Out of the Easy” by Ruth Septys. Register through Hutch Rec.

SEPT. 19 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 5:30 p.m. Artist Reception, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St. Welcome local photographer Deb Hagen. Live music with John Eberly & Josh Davies.

TUESDAY 10 a.m. One Day Jewelry Sale, Dillon Living Center, 1901 E. 23rd Ave., Hutchinson. 6 p.m. Community Spanish, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St. An introduction to the basics of Spanish for everyday use. Cost of $45.00, not including textbook, which can be purchased for $40.00. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 7 p.m. Adjusting Landscapes to New Needs, Hutchinson Horticulture Club, Dillon Nature Center, 3002 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson.

WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. Reno County Farmers Market at Farmers Market Pavilion Second and Washington, Hutchinson. 4 p.m. Youth Book Club, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St.

SEPT. 20 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe, Cool Beans at the Depot, 209 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson.

SEPT. 21 7:30 a.m. Reno County Farmers Market at Farmers Market Pavilion Second and Washington, Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Poker 101: Intro to Texas Hold ’em & Casino Play, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum, Hutchinson. Cost: $60. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Basic Computing Skills, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St. A beginner's guide to computing. Cost of $27.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Monarch Mania, Quivira

National Wildlife Refuge, 1313A NE 140th Avenue, Stafford. For more information, call (620) 4862393. 9 a.m. Radio Control Airplane flying event, Hutchbunch flying field, 82nd street and Cow Creek. There will be flying demonstrations. Public spectators encouraged to attend. 9 a.m. Funky Flea, 4414 Nickerson Boulevard. 1 p.m. Poker 102: Limit and NoLimit Texas Hold ’em, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum, Hutchinson. Cost: $60. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

SEPT. 22 7 a.m. Salt City Run for the Rocks Half Marathon, Carey Park, Hutchinson. For more information or to register, visit www.hutchrecraceseries.com or www.runfortherocks.com.

SEPT. 23 6 p.m. Sew, A Needle Pulling Thread – Basic Sewing, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Students will need to provide basic sewing supplies. Call for complete list. Cost: $67.50. For more information, to enroll and to learn of the complete list of supplies, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

SEPT. 24 10:30 a.m. Lt. Joe Schillaci,

Dillon Lecture Series, Hutchinson Sports Arena, 700 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson. Cost: $10, with all students and Hutchinson Community College faculty/staff admitted free. A law-enforcement veteran with 24 years of experience, Schillaci is an expert in criminal investigation.

SEPT. 25 10 a.m. Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson.

SEPT. 26 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 8 p.m. Tommy Emmanuel, Stiefel Theatre, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Cost: $30

SEPT. 27 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe, Cool Beans at the Depot, 209 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson. 7:30 p.m. Kansas Championship Ranch Rodeo, Pageant Rodeo Arena, 2216 SE Rodeo Drive, Medicine Lodge. Entertainer, Cowboy Balladeer, R.W. Hampton will perform at 6 p.m. prior to Ranch Rodeo. 8:30 p.m. “Brave,” McPherson Bandshell, 510 N. Lakeside Dr., McPherson. Cost: Free. Rain location is the McPherson Community Building.

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Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Poker 102: Omaha & Omaha Hi-Lo, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Beginning where Poker 101 left off the common variations of Omaha and Omaha Hi-Low-Split and Eight-or-Better will be taught. Cost of $60.00. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Digital Photography, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Cost of $37.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Silversmithing II, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Increase on the skills learned in Silversmithing I class. Cost of $47.50, plus materials. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Kansas Prepper expo, Jackson County 4H Building, 5th and Dakota, Holton. This is a survival and self-sufficiency exposition featuring everything from bushcraft to high tech solutions to homesteading. For more information, visit http://kansasprepperexpo.com/ KS_Prepper_Expo/Home.html.

7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance at Elmdale Community Center 400 E. Avenue E, Hutchinson. Gary Titus will call the squares. 7:30 p.m. Doc Severinsen and his Big Band in concert at Fox Theatre 18 East First Ave., Hutchinson. For more information call the office at 620-6635861 or the box office at 620663-1981. 8 p.m. Chris Botti, Stiefel Theatre, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Admission: $51, $67, $77

OCT. 1 6 p.m. Horsemanship, Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar St., Hutchinson. Develop basic horsemanship skills including fundamentals of caring, grooming, and riding a horse designed to build confidence between horse and rider. Cost of $200.00 for single rider with HCC providing horse. Price break available for providing your own horse. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

OCT. 3 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 8 p.m. Jamey Johnson, Stiefel Theatre, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Admission: $49

OCT. 4 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe, Cool Beans at the Depot, 209 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson.

10 a.m. Space Out Saturday, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, 1100 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Join Curious George courtesy of KPTS, for Space Out Saturday . Cost: Free

7:30 a.m. Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson.

10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

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BAND’S DARKER SONGS REFLECT DIFFICULTIES BY AMBER MILLER

turity in sound, there is also maturity in the lyrics. DiRito: Good. We hope for that. As artists, we strive to grow and get better.

Editor’s note: Amber Miller is a contributor to KJAG Radio. She sat down recently with bassist Matt DiRito from the Michigan rock band Pop Evil during Throttle Fest in Kansas City. Miller: Would you like to discuss the elements of your new music? The blending of ’80s, ’90s and the style and directions you are going. DiRito: As many of you know, we have a new album out called Onyx. This one has really taken more of a darker tone. Everyone in the band is sort of different. And to go back a little bit, that is how the name Pop Evil came about. We have all these influences from lighter music, and we write a lot of ballads, and we also have this darker evil, heavier side. So given the mixture of the guys and how we all come together to write, you know my influences are different than the drummers or the guitar players or singers, that has a lot to do with where our sound comes from. On this new album we have two new additions to the band. We have a new guitar player and drummer and I think all of that has been a big factor in how our sound

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Matt DiRito is bassist for Pop Evil, a rock band from Grand Rapids, Mich. has developed from the last album to this one. Our last album did have hints of the ’80s: We co-wrote a song with Mick Mars from Motley Crue. We shot the video for Bosses Daughter, with him in it, which was awesome because I’m such a huge Crue fan. I think we have matured with our sound with this third album. Through lineup changes and label changes and not knowing if we would even have a career to keep going on, and our new album Onyx really has dark undertones. Miller: As well as the ma-

Miller: Do you guys feel pressure to produce radioready music? DiRito: Absolutely. There is always a balance; we are an active rock radio band. We have a handful of tunes on our new album that are not really radio-friendly. Like the song “Behind Closed Doors” will never be a radio single. We didn’t write it to be a radio single; we wrote it for us. There is a lot of pressure because in the music industry, the business side of it, you have to make music that appeals to mass quantities of people. If those people don’t like you, don’t want to go to your shows or buy your CD, then you don’t have a job. I think at the end of the day we all realize that if you write a good song it shows for itself. Good music will stand out on its own. Miller: What would you consider your most successful song? It doesn’t have to be based on radio play or copies sold or anything like that. DiRito: That might vary by whom you talk to. One of mine that I feel has been the

most successful is “Last Man Standing.” It got used in a ton of different things; it was just a really cool experience. For us it was exciting to see the song get incorporated with ESPN and so many different sports teams coming out and using it. I really caught on for us. At that moment in time, where we were and what that song meant to us. We felt like everyone was trying to beat us down. We wanted to stay strong, and “Last Man Standing” is a good example of that. Miller: As you mentioned, your new songs are darker. Is that because of experiences band members have gone though recently? DiRito: Absolutely. We’ve lost a family member since our last album. We’ve changed labels; we’ve changed band members. All those things come into play and all those frustrations between a two-year period between that album and this album, they build up. And it just came out at once. Most notably our song “Trenches,” the first single off the album; we got our first No. 1 with it just recently. We’ve never had a No. 1 single before, and this song just went straight up. That song sort of signifies we have been wait-

ing our whole lives to get out of the trenches. It’s that feeling of scraping by all the time, just trying to make a living doing this. It’s funny that with that song having the success that it did, we sort of feel like we have gotten out of the trenches.

Miller: The video for “Trenches” is really good. Felt kind of like a cliffhanger, though. I thought the girl was going to go kill the guy or something. DiRito: A lot of people have said the same thing. We try to leave a little to the imagination. Miller: I’ve noticed that with a few of the videos, there is something left undone at the end. DiRito: Off of this album we shot three videos. “Trenches” is the last video in the succession. It’s kind of weird; we got a trilogy and we are releasing them in reverse order. “Trenches” was the first music video to come out, which is the last one. We just released the second one, which is “Deal with the Devil.” Miller: For anyone with anxiety problems, that video (the “Deal with the Devil” video) can make you flutter. DiRito: That’s exactly

what the song is about. A lot of people hear “Deal with the Devil” and they think of signing a contract with the devil. It’s not that at all. It’s about facing things every day, like temptation that we have on the road or anyone in everyday life, whether it’s women, alcohol, drugs and greed. Everywhere you go, you have to face the devil and own up to it and not let it take you over. Miller: With the decline in popular music video outlets, are sites like YouTube supporting the expense of video production? DiRito: As far as making your money back on videos, it’s not really happening. You don’t see people making million-dollar videos anymore. It does have a really good reach; you can market yourself in really good ways with videos: time releases and things of that sort. The RIAA basically counts how many downloads you have. Like if you have a certified platinum record, you sold a million albums. They’ve changed it now so that your official video – one YouTube Vevo or any of those – for every 100 views it counts as one album. So it’s actually helping the artist. The more people watch the videos, it counts as album sales.


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LATEST IN FANTASY SERIES TOUTS ‘REAL’ CHARACTERS BY DAVINA JAMISON Every book I read by Maggie Stiefvater is a little better than the last. Characters are livelier, storytelling is more complex, the prose more eloquent. “The Dream Thieves” is no exception to this pattern, as it takes her “Raven Boys” series to the next level. In this book, we get more insight into the mind of Ronan, an aggressive Aglionby schoolboy with a whole host of inner demons to overcome. The first “Raven Boys” book focuses on the quest of a handful of boys – Gansey, Adam and Ronan – to find a legendary Welsh Royal, Glendower, who is said to be “sleeping” and who would grant a wish to his discoverer. Along the way, they connect with Blue Sargent – who comes from a family of psychics yet possesses no ability of her own other than amplifying mystical powers. In “Dream Thieves,” the story line continues – but expands a bit to explore Ronan’s special gift: to pull physical objects from his dreams. Most notably, he has a young raven he named Chainsaw, which appeared late in the first book. The significance of

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Ronan’s abilities is the primary focus of this book, while the core characters continue – slowly – their search for Glendower. Though it would seem the story line has taken a sharp turn, in truth Maggie skillfully connects all the events. In “Dream Thieves,” we’re also treated to a few new characters – while also seeing further development of the relationships and challenges of the existing crew. Those include a delightful hit man (yes, I said it) and an antagonist Aglionby boy who blurs the lines between friend and foe.

The characters are fully developed, with their own special traits and their own personal demons. This is particularly remarkable as the cast in “Raven Boys” continues to grow, including various members of Blue’s large household of psychic women, Gansey’s and Ronan’s family and other side characters. Maggie has a talent for writing “real” characters, or those who cannot be seen in black and white terms. No one is 100 percent the bad guy, and no one is all good. As such, it becomes more difficult to predict who wills serve the main characters’ interests and who will not. Even with foreshadowing, of which you find a fair amount in “Raven Boys,” you cannot predict the timing or exact events yet to come, keeping the story fresh and unpredictable. The “Raven Boys” series is one of the most original YA reads I’ve come across – and not overly saturated with romance – making it a great adventure that can appeal to all readers of fantasy fiction. Davina Jamison writes a book blog at www.thereadeye.wordpress.com. Follow her book updates on Twitter @davinajamison2.

WATERVILLE CELEBRATION ALL ABOUT THE TRANSPORTATION BY KRISTEN RODERICK For The Bee kroderick@hutchnews.com WATERVILLE – It’s a movie that has become a part of popular culture. Steve Martin and John Candy lead a comedic trip in “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” when Martin’s character struggles to get home for Thanksgiving. The small Marshall County town of Waterville, population a little more than 600, is having a celebration this weekend with the same vehicles. The Trains, Planes and

Automobile show is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The day starts with a pancake feed from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Throughout the day, people can ride a train – ticket office is in the caboose – and check out a model train display in the Waterville Community Center. There are demonstrations of model plane “dogfights” by the Riley County Fliers Model Airplane Club, one mile east of Waterville. And of course, there will be cars – lots of them. There will be a free car show and public exhibit of any vehicle.

Expect to see cars, motorcycles and tractors. At 11 a.m., there will be a performance by Michaeline Chance-Reay from the Kansas Humanities Council. There is also lunch at noon at the Weaver Hotel. Make reservations by calling (785) 363-2515. The day benefits the Marshall County RR Historical Society. Want more while you’re there? Take a quick trip around the county and relive the Pony Express and the Oregon Trail days. For more on the county’s attractions, visit marshallcoks.com.


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100TH FAIR IS IN FULL SWING BY KRISTEN RODERICK For The Bee kroderick@hutchnews.com

It’s definitely not too late to join in on the Kansas State Fair action for its 100th birthday celebration. The fair will be here until Sunday. Take advantage of the free entertainment such as today’s concerts, cart-driving demonstrations and more. At 3 p.m. Friday, check out the celebrity goat-milking INSIDE competition, Readers’ photos which is alfrom the fair, ways a laugh. PAGE 9 Local celebrities try their hand at the farming tradition of milking goats, which is not as easy as it sounds. At 4 p.m., check out the Mama Lou American Strong Women at the gazebo in Gottschalk Park. Saturday is Governor’s Day at the Kansas State Fair. Gov. Sam Brownback will receive the Governor’s Cookie Jar at 1:30 p.m. in the Domestic Arts Building. There also will be a presentation from the winner of the Kansas Wheat Bread Basket. The grandstand entertainment Saturday night is Lynyrd Skynyrd. Sunday is the last day for the fair. Catch the worship service at 10 a.m., put on by First Church of the Nazarene in Hutchinson, before checking out the remaining exhibits. Cowboy mounted shooting, which is always a thrill, takes place at 2 p.m. in the expo center. A groundbreaking ceremony is at the Lair White House at 3 p.m. Round out the day with your “Red Solo Cup” – Toby Keith is in concert at 7:30 p.m. For more events, check out the schedule at kansasstatefair.com.

BROADWAY’S FAMOUS FELINES ARE STALKING INTO WICHITA BY THE BEE STAFF WICHITA – The TonyAward winning musical “CATS” is coming to Wichita. Broadway’s second-longest running show opens Friday at the Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre. It runs Thursday through Sunday through Oct. 19. The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is about a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as “the Jellicle choice,” which decides which cat will ascend to the Heavyside Layer and come back to a new life, according to a release. The performance also comes with a meal of salad, Spiced Pumpkin Bisque and a choice of entrees and dessert from executive chef Kevin Gillenwater. Tickets are $60 per person for the show and meal Thursday through Saturday nights. The cost is $45 for show-only matinees on Sundays. For more information, visit crownuptown.com.

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Above: From left, Mike Hunt, Robert Snyder, Kyle Outhouse, and Lindsey Steben play a ring toss game at the Kansas State Fair on Saturday. Top: This photo provided by Greg Holmes shows members of the band Kansas performing at the fair Friday.

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DANA AND KIRSTIE WHERE: Metropolitan Coffee, 1329 E. 17th Ave. WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday COST: Free WEB: metrocoffeehutch.com


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‘GARDENS’: AN AMERICAN FAMILY, DISILLUSIONED WITH AMERICA BY ANN LEVIN Associated Press Dissident Gardens (Doubleday), by Jonathan Lethem Jonathan Lethem’s latest novel, “Dissident Gardens,” is a tour de force, a brilliant, satiric journey through America’s dissident history from 1930s-era communism to today’s Occupy movement. Its central character is Rose Zimmer, a staunch member of the American Communist Party whose affair with a black policeman draws the wrath of party apparatchiks. After getting booted from the party, she turns her energy to community organizing in Sunnyside Gardens, Queens, a housing development built in the 1920s to provide welldesigned, affordable apartments with communal

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gardens to the urban working class. Rose’s only child, Miriam, rebels against her mother’s forbidding, even ferocious personality, installing herself in an East Village commune where she gets stoned every day and organizes Yip-

pie-style protests – until she and her Irish folk singing husband are killed in Nicaragua. The Zimmers’ rebellious DNA lives on in Miriam’s son, Sergius, whose ostensible search for his roots provides the narrative framework for the novel. Sergius has no clear-cut politics, just an abiding love of music and pacifism, honed at the Quaker boarding school where he’s sent at age 8, orphaned by his parents’ naive faith in the Sandinistas. Lethem might say, as one character does: “The problem with all utopian ideologies is they pit themselves against the tyranny of the bourgeois family, and ... it’s basically hopeless. The deep fate of each human is to begin with their mother and father as the whole of reality, and to have to forge a journey to break into the wider world.” Lethem’s clearly spent a great deal of time researching American communism, yet his political and sociological interests never overshadow the moving family drama that unfolds against the glittering and seedy backdrop of New York City. Lethem revels in the city’s historic neighborhoods and its rich trove of voices, riffing with great facility on black, Irish and Yiddish inflections. At times, though, his encyclopedic grasp of his material comes off as pedantic. His prose can be a bit of a slog, with baroque metaphors and tortured syntax. “When Rose laughed up her sleeve, the sleeve was the Twentieth Century. You were living in her sleeve.” Or: “The trouble with his rant was that time, like a grape blistered by the sun, seemed to Cicero to peel away its organizing skin during the interval of his delivery.” But it’s worth soldiering through the stylistic excesses. All in all, he delivers a virtuoso performance.


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A captivating and intimate all-access look at life on the road for the global music phenomenon.

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After ratting out his Mafia cohorts, Giovanni Manzioni and his family enter the Witness Protection Program and relocate to a French town.

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Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, fugitive Riddick fights for survival against alien predators more lethal than any human he has yet encountered.

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Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett

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Dusty is a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race.

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:15pm Saturday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:15pm Sunday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00pm

We're The Millers

Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts

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A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S.

Friday: 4:30, 7:30, 10:00pm Saturday: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 10:00pm Sunday: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30pm

Le Daniel's The Butler

Forest Whitaker, David Oyelowo, Lenny Kravitz

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An African-American's eyewitness accounts of notable events of the 20th century during his tenure as a White House butler.

Friday: 4:10, 7:10, 9:55pm Saturday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:55pm Sunday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10pm

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan

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A seemingly ordinary teenager named Clary Fray learns that she is descended from a line of Shadowhunters.

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:50pm Saturday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:50pm Sunday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00pm

Insidious: Chapter 2

Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey

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Soon after their showdown with evil spirits that possessed their son, the Lamberts have a new battle.

Friday: 4:20, 7:20, 9:50pm Saturday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 9:50pm Sunday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20pm

One Direction: This is Us (3D)

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The Family

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The Wolverine

Hugh Jackman, Will Yun Lee, Tao Okamoto

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Wolverine is embroiled in a conflict that forces him to confront his own demons.

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Hidden Universe

Miranda Richardson

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Enjoy an extraordinary journey deep into space in the cinematic medium that transports audiences like no other.

Friday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm Saturday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm Sunday: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm

Titans of the Ice Age

Christopher Plummer

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Experience an ancient world of ice, the dawn of our species, a time when man shared the tundra with majestic woolly beasts.

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FILM BY FORMER SALINAN TOUTS ‘OUR’ MANHATTAN BY GARY DEMUTH Special to The Bee

It takes a lot of moxie to name a small, independent film after a classic movie. But that’s what former Salinan George Stavropoulos and a team of Kansas Citybased filmmakers did STAVROPOULOS with one of Woody Allen'’s most famous films, 1979’s “Manhattan.” Only, the new “Manhattan” takes place in the Little Apple, not the big one. “We’re all huge fans of the original ‘Manhattan,’ and we joked about adapting it to make it about this Manhattan,” said Stavropoulos, a 2000 graduate of Salina South High School. “The original ‘Manhattan’ was Woody Allen’s love letter to his Manhattan,” he said. “This is a love letter to our Manhattan.” In 2007, Stavropoulos exchanged one Manhattan for the other when he moved to New York City to pursue an acting career after attending Kansas State University. He continued to stay in touch

with two theater friends from K-State, Bret Palmer and Ryan Bruce, who since had moved to Kansas City, Kan., to open a photography, portrait and film studio called Element 35. Stavropoulos previously collaborated with the duo on a series of Web-based comedy shorts, where he played a dentally challenged, troublecourting country hick named Elwin. “I think those were test runs leading up to a fulllength film,” Stavropoulos said. Stavropoulos not only plays the lead role in “Manhattan,” but co-wrote the screenplay and is one of the producers. The new “Manhattan” will premiere today at the Carmike Seth Child Cinemas in the Midwest Manhattan. Although this screening is exclusively for cast and crew, investors and invited guests, Stavropoulos hopes the film has a future at film festivals and eventually will be shown in his hometown. Stavropoulos was only 7 when he saw his first Woody Allen movie. That was 1977’s “Annie Hall,” and at the time, he said, “I didn’t know how brilliant it was.” He saw the original “Manhattan” for the first time on a television screen in New York’s Manhattan while on a trip to the Big Apple with his South High theater class. It was a moment, he said, that

changed his life. “It was a combination of that trip, with that movie, that made me want to move to Manhattan someday,” Stavropoulos said. The Midwest version of “Manhattan” has similarities to the Woody Allen film – including being filmed in black and white – but there are significant differences. “It’s a completely separate story in tone,” Stavropoulos said. “But it’s a love letter to the original movie, romantic about our Manhattan the same way he was about his Manhattan.” The original “Manhattan” is a satirical comedy of manners about a comedy writer (Allen) with relationship problems: He’s dating a 17year-old high school girl (Mariel Hemingway), falls in love with his best friend’s mistress (Diane Keaton) and endures a tell-all book written by his now lesbian exwife (Meryl Streep). The film was nominated for two Academy Awards and is considered one of Allen’s best films. The Midwest version of “Manhattan” focuses on a hopelessly romantic writer (Stavropoulos) who is unlucky in love and publishing. Hoping to hit the “reset” button on his life, he escapes the big city in search of a fresh start in the Little Apple. “There’s a lot of little details that fans of the original

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will find in our movie,” Stavropoulos said. “But we don’t try to outdo Woody Allen. No one can do that.” The film was shot in an eight-week period during 2012. Stavropoulos wouldn’t reveal the cost of the film but said it should have cost a lot more than it did. “It should have cost us $50,000 or $60,000,” he said. “Every actor donated their time, and some lived in L.A. or Chicago and flew themselves here. A lot of us had day jobs and used vacation time, long weekends and holidays to shoot.” Also, Stavropoulos said, “every single business (in Manhattan) let us shoot for free. We couldn’t have made this movie anywhere else.” After the Kansas screening, the filmmakers will submit the film to numerous film festivals – including Robert Redford’s prestigious Sundance Festival in January. “It’s a long shot, but why not enter?” Stavropoulos said of Sundance. “You enter it the same way you buy a lottery ticket.” Stavropoulos hopes that, if nothing else, the film will help change out-of-town perceptions about the Midwest and Kansas in particular. “I don’t love the way Kansas is represented in film,” he said. “We’re either the punch line or the butt of a joke. I wanted to right that ship. I’m a proud Kansan.”


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Carriage Crossing Restaurant is taking applications for the following positions:

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w Host - Daytime full time. $7.75 start

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Male Companion will do setting, errands & light housekeeping for elderly gentleman. 620-727-5571

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PLAZA GO TRUCKSTOP is now accepting applications for Part Time Cashiers. 1515 S Main-South Hutch No Phone Calls Please.

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All employment advertisements in this newspaper are subject to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, which makes it illegal to advertise “indicating any preference, limitation, specification, or discrimination, based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin,” except where such is a bona fide occupational qualification for employment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising which is in violation of the law. Amendments, effective March 12, 1969, added ‘’handicap’’ and ‘’familial’’ status to discrimination categories. Lawn Care & Fertilizing Co. Seeks full & part-time employees. Must have driver’s license. 620-665-7004

part time. $7.25 start

Help Wanted 120 Hedrick’s Promotions needs persons to work at Kansas State Fair and go on fair route through end of October. Must be able to lift 50#, be on your feet for long periods of time, and travel out of state. Driver’s license preferred. Call 800-618-9577 for more information. I AM looking for a highly motivated individual with good communication skills. He/She must be a self-starter with a positive attitude. First year income $35k plus, with unlimited upward mo-

Competitive pay rate, set schedule, one week paid vacation, free meals, closed on Sunday. Apply in person at Carriage Crossing Restaurant in Yoder, KS, K-96 & Yoder Rd. or online at http://ccr.yoderkansas.com E.O.E.

Dental Office Scheduler Full time. Must have experience, maturity, outgoing personality, and be a multitasking, dependable quick thinker. Send resumes to: Box 69J c/o The Hutchinson News P.O. Box 190 Hutchinson, Ks 67504 Experienced Plumber needed at Goering Hardware in Moundridge, Full health ins, paid vacation, retirement plan, 620-345-2442 Family looking for a housekeeper/helper, 3-5 days during the week, starting @ 7:30am, approximately 15 hours/week. Call, 620-899-8231 Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Laws: Prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Also employment discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities. Full-time Curator wanted for The Reno County Historical Society in Hutchinson, Kansas (Reno County Museum and Strataca-the Kansas Underground Salt Museum.) Submit resume and cover letter by email to linda@underkansas.org by Friday, September 20th. For details visit the Strataca website at www.underkansas.org and click on the Miner’s Muck blog. No phone calls. Needing part time experienced oil field worker, for testing & tubing, Mon-Fri, Call 620-960-2646

bility. You will be trained in all areas of my insurance business. 620-664-4628 or 620-665-1490 for an interview.

If you want to work for a STABLE company with great PAY and BENEFITS come join our team: Stutzman Hauling IS NOW HIRING: Roll Off Driver & Container Repair/Shop Helper ” ❖ Minimum Class B CDL ❖ Clean MVR Apply online at www.wasteconnections.comWaste Connections, Inc is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Jackson Dairy is looking for a dedicated professional to join our World Class Maintenance Team! A position is currently available for immediate employment. Knowledge and experience working on and troubleshooting manufacturing processes is preferred. If you have an interest in ammonia refrigeration systems, power distribution systems, PLC’s, electronics, controls, metal fabrication, hydraulic/pneumatic systems, forklifts, or boilers, we have an interest in you! ONE STEP AWAY FROM A REWARDING CAREER! To apply online please visit: www.kroger.com on bottom of page click on careers and follow link for manufacturing opportunities then select JACKSON’S HUTCH DAIRY OPPORTUNITIES: ŸPainting/Remodeling Ÿ Maintenance/Repairs Must have transportation. Rane Management 14 East 2nd, Hutchinson

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 Help Wanted 120 MTA is currently looking for a Collections Manager & Collectors with collection experience. Currently PMTA has part & full time hourly positions available. MTA offers health insurance, commissions, PTO & competitive hours. FDCPA training, General Computer and Phone Skills needed. Apply Online At: http://mtaks.com or in person at 335 N. Washington, Suite 260, Hutchinson.

Help Wanted 120 Silo Construction Company hiring project managers, project engineers, ironworkers, laborers and carpenters for concrete silo construction and repair projects. 5 years experience required. Top pay with benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to 2417 Waterford Rd, Marietta, OH. 45750 or email to mttajobs@yahoo.com

MTC is seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated commissioned sales person. Applicant must have experience in technology services. Call 620.897.6200 for an application or download “MTC Employment Application” form at mtc4me.com.

USD 313 is hiring Substitute and Activity Route bus drivers. Paid training provided. Applications must be submitted on-line at www.buhlerschools.org. EOE

pnpnpnpnp Skaet’s Steak Shop 2300 N. Main, Hutchinson Immediate Opening Full time Evening Cook, Weekends Included. Accepting Applications Anytime! No Phone Calls Please! pnpnpnpnp Professional Applicator Progressive Coop in SC Kansas is seeking a self-motivated custom applicator for our agronomy department. We run newer Case IH and John Deere application equipment. A CDL with HAZMAT or the ability to obtain one is required. Pre-employment drug screen will be required. Excellent compensation, benefit package, and bonus are available with this position. Please contact Chad 316-744-0438. RAMADA NOW HIRING Food & Beverage Manager Please apply in person with Resume at: 1400 N. Lorraine, Hutchinson, Ks. 67501. See Marc Ahrens. No Phone Calls Please.

Construction

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Fuqua Construction Inc, is looking for career-minded general construction superintendents and experienced laborers for long term employment. Our work involves churches, nursing homes, and other commercial projects in Kansas. We have very high standards of performance and behavior. The successful candidate will help us continue to be a leader in customer satisfaction. We provide competitive wages and benefits. Please email us at info@fuquabuilds.com or call 620-585-2270 Tired of working for less than you are worth? If you are presently working in construction or roofing. Call us, we can offer you a pay increase and a work environment you will enjoy. We install coating and Single Ply roof systems. Call 620-669-8189 Start Immediately Webcon Inc.

Drivers

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Agriculture chemical and fertilizer delivery truck driver wanted for Central Kansas Cooperative. CDL required. Excellent benefits. Will train the

Sales Position Need Experience in construction, roofing, & siding. Pay based on commission. Make as much money as you want. Call 620-204-0365 Sandstone Heights Nursing Home is looking for a part-time dietary aide/cook for am and pm shifts. Contact Linda Paris at 620-897-6266. Drug testing is mandatory and we are an EOE

right individual. Contact Dion Yost at Farmers Coop Union, Box 159 Sterling, KS, 620-278-2470

Class A CDL Drivers Earn as much as $45-50,000/year + Full benefits! Home daily. 888-476-7359. www.neatruck.com/drivers/ks co

Class A Owner Operators Home Daily, All Miles Paid + fuel @ 45+ c/mile on fuel card, paid every week. 888-391-0339 www.neatruck.com/ drivers/ksoo

Full time CDL-A Tank Driver—Dry Bulk—2 yrs verifiable experience, No DUI/DWI last 10 years No felonies of a violent nature, Pass DOT Physical/DOT Alcohol & Drug Test. .39 cents p/mile empty, .41 cents per mile loaded. Opportunity for additional .01 safety bonus after 90 days. Paid weekly, BCBS Medical, Guardian, dental, vision, short, long term disability, $25,000 A&D insurance (no cost to employee) NO PETS, NO RIDERS Joe Smith 1-800-345-3802. Need full time truck driver with Class A CDL for grain & flatbed based at Larned, KS. Good pay & benefits. Call Mike 620-338-2217


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 Drivers

123 Helena Chemical Company, a national agricultural-chemical company, has an immediate opening for a warehouse delivery person. This position will make deliveries, load and unload product, utilize a forklift, and perform general warehouse and office duties. Requires high school diploma or equivalent, CDL with HAZMAT endorsement, the ability to operate a forklift, good written and verbal communication skills, and computer skills. Pre-employment drug screen and background check required. We offer an excellent working environment and outstanding compensation and benefits package. 620-663-2507 EOE M/F/V/H Looking for a CDL Driver. Local Deliveries, home every night, good benefits and competitive pay. If interested e-mail resume to craigz@bzbeeinc.com<mailto:craigz@bzbeeinc.com>, or mail to Calm Creek Carriers PO Box 556 Lyons KS 67554.

Food Services/ Restaurants 125 Food Service Supervisor Needed for Full Time position with Benefits. Must be able to pass Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening. Call 620-665-1454 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5:30 pm OR email ford-rhonda@aramark.com

Medical Help

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CMAs/CNAs Pine Village is rolling out a new, progressive work schedule for nursing team members. Work a consistent schedule of Monday– Thursday with 3 days off OR Friday-Sunday with 4 days off (plus work only 36 hours, but paid for 40 hours!). Full benefit package too! Apply online at www.pinevillageks.org or call 620.345.2901. Drug Screen & Physical Assessment req’d.EOE

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Medical Help 140 Full time CNA/CMA Needed for days and/or Evening shifts at Leisure Homestead in Stafford. Please contact Jennifer at (620)234-5208 Or apply in person at 405 Grand, Stafford, KS RN Full time 2 pm to 10pm Every other weekend Please apply personally 1202 E 23rd-Hutchinson 620-669-9393

ENGINEERING ASP Jackson Dairy We are looking for an individual with the unique skill set of both administrative experience and parts/ inventory control experience. Attention to detail and accuracy are essential to success in this role. As well, we are looking for someone that thrives in a team environment but is also able to work alone successfully. This position performs various clerical and analytical duties related to engineering and maintenance, including: data entry work request and/or work orders into EMPAC, track capital purchase orders and invoices, Cycle Counts/Inventory Checks, assist with Process Safety Management documents, assist with Regulatory functions and documents, abide by all safe work practice and safety rules, proficient with Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, and Microsoft Project, knowledge of or the ability to learn Auto Cad, must be self-reliant, well organized and detail- oriented, have good decision-making ability in prioritizing tasks and time management, good basic math skills, and high school diploma or equivalent. Hours 4pm-1am Sunday - Thursday, overtime may be required. ONE STEP AWAY FROM A REWARDING CAREER! To apply online please visit: www.kroger.com/ company_information/ careers Follow link for manufacturing and select JACKSON’S HUTCH DAIRY EOE

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I pay $10 - $100 for Catalytic Converters, junk starters, alternators & transmissions. 316-210-6027

Farm Equipment 620 Deweze Bale beds in stock. Call for best price! Gottschalk Equipment Sales 620-793-5120. Great Plains 24 ft drill, 7 1/2” spacings, liquid fertilizer, $10000; Glenco/soil saver, 12 ft wide, 4 ripper shanks, 5 twisted shanks, residue chopper in front, $5000, 620-546-5141 Hydrabed bale beds in stock. Call for best price! Gottschalk Equipment Sales 620-793-5120.

Pets For Sale Food

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Farm Fresh Brown Eggs, $3/dozen. 620-662-0399

Michigan Apples in October, Place order soon, Frozen fruit available, Ropps 620-669-9603 Polks in Medora GOLDEN Alberta PEACHES Apples, Gourmet Chocolate, Slushes, & Allot More! Open 1pm-7pm everday 620-543-6628

Antiques

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Refurbished horse drawn single seat buggy, tongues for one & two horses, 620-259-6440

Sporting Goods

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Aero Pilates performer 295 with rebounder & mat; Pilates Power Gym $50 each, 620-960-1458

NEW! Highline CRF 650. Gottschalk Equipment Sales. Call for prices! 620-793-5120

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Shih-tzu puppies, 3 males, $200, shots & wormed, 620-257-5606 Shih-tzu puppies, 4 males, 2 females, $250/200, shots & wormed, 620-257-5606 VIC’S LAB, AKC Lab pups, Good hunters, Good companions, 620-200-6109

FREE Pets

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FREE- Kittens and Cats Mixed colors, Litter box trained. 620-727-1330

Pets Lost

550

LOST: 2 Female Black Labs, very friendly. 3 year old misses them very much. Lost in area of 30th and Dillon Nature Center. Call 785-493-5504, Hutchinson.

Raleigh Tandem Bicycle, 24 speed gears, recently checked by Harley’s, Helmets & other riding gear in-

Lawn & Garden

ROUGHING CREW AVAILABLE. All Crops, Call 620-960-8250.

YODER SEED CLEANING easy set-up at your location, certified & insured 620-694-9111

640

Larned, KS 620-285-5288, 620-285-1357,

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CERTIFIED: Everest, SY Southwind, Seed Treating Available, Jacques Farms, Hutchinson, KS 620-727-1093, 620-960-3270, 620-694-9563 Grassy Alfalfa 5x6 bales, $135 ton, 620-694-9800

620-665-4040

QUALITY LAWN CARE Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/Clean-up, Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work & Sprinkler Systems FREE ESTIMATES 620-727-5777

Musical Instruments 470 Lowery electronic organ with genie, bench, beginning books, Near Cheney Lake, 620-459-6599

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Harley’s Fencing Pasture Clearing and Fencing Supplies, YODER FENCE 620-465-3446

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Merchandise

FALL HARVESTING Milo & Soybeans, Inman, KS, Cell #620-694-9610 or Home #620-489-6450

CERTIFIED: CJ, Jackpot, TAM111, SY Southwind, Larned, Everest, Fuller, Denali, Treating Available, Seeman Farms,

REFRIGERATORS; Gas & Electric Ranges; Washer & Dryers; Freezers; 1212 W. 4th. 663-3195

WE BUY USED appliances. Call 620-665-8951.

ENSZ Harvesting, All fall crops wanted. JD Equipment. 620-960-3863 or 712-370-1348

Bulk seed wheat, Everest, Fuller, 1863 Bill Ridge 620-241-7198 or 620-585-2321

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Washer, $125, Dryer $85, Range, $100, Refrigerator, $119. 620-662-8648.

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Build pasture fences, clear pastures, custom brush mowing, Veteran Owned & Operated, Fischer Bobcat Service, 620-770-9280

Feed/Seed

cluded.$400,620-669-7612

Appliances

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SILAS IS

Buying and Hauling running or not autos, trucks, and tractors. in any condition. Best Prices Paid!! 620-665-4040

Free Phone Access Wireless has your FREE Lifeline phone! Free Phone, Free Minutes, every month. Stop by the Tent outside the fairgrounds on Plum. Mon-Thur 1-5, Fri, Sat, Sun, 10-5. PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal, 620-727-4203

Salon station w/sink, hydraulic shampoo chair, hair dryer with chair, 620-938-2321

2 JD 510 round balers, 1 working & 1 for parts, $1200, 620-491-0950 1998 JD 925F, good condition, $6500 or make offer, 620-727-7772 10% off all IN-STOCK Winkel Equipment @ Gottschalk Equipment Sales. Econo, Bull, Hoop and Slant Bar Feeders. 20’ Diameter Half Circle w/ Double Gate Sweep. Various Corral Panels. 160 S. Hwy 281 Great Bend •2 New Farmhand F11 loader lift cylinders, •New feeder house chain fits T.R. NH combine, •6’ JD 3pt rear blade HD, •9’ Big Ox 3pt rear blade, •7’ new bucket univerval mount bracket, •40”x16’ metal sides for Knaphied bed, •AC. & ox. welding kit with bottle, 620-755-0648 •Case IH 2388, 1998 duals, Michelin, 80%+, YM, F+A, Grain bin extentions, 2334 Sept. hours, shedded, Very good Condition, $59,000, or make offer. •1998 1010, 25’, rigid header

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uJohn Deere-DFC grain drill, 20x8, $550, uSpeed King 27’ grain auger, $350, 620-497-6703

Neufeldt Seed Farms •Everest •1863 •Southwind •T158 •Seed Treating Available 620-747-0404 or 620-728-8337 WANTED TO BUY Would like to purchase large square or round alfalfa bales. Picked up or delivered. 620-804-1506

Livestock

650

Looking for 2014 grass pasture for cow calf pairs, 620-285-5323

Show quality, R & W Holstein,2 young cows & 2 heifers, Kevin Nisly, 620-931-8094

Game Leases

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Domestic Auto 700 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE 4dr, & loaded, new tires, 110K, always garaged, 620-257-2634 after 5pm 2010 Buick Lucerne CXL, Silver, 4dr, 3.9 V6, 54K, Loaded, $13,850, 316-640-3921

Apartments - Furn. 820 2011 Camaro, like brand new, black interior & red exterior, only 8000 miles, loaded, RS package, V6, 6 speed, standard, power windows/locks, cd, Buy today for $17,900. See at: 125 S. Main, South Hutch. 620-664-5876 PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal, 620-727-4203

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Classic Autos

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1999 Z28 Camaro, 61K, V8 Automatic, Excellent condition, $8950, 620-802-8414

Domestic Trucks

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2007 Chevy Classic1500, ext. cab, V8 5.3L, AA wheels, running boards, toolbox, extra wheels/snow tires, 60K, very clean. 20 MPG, $16,700. 620-727-2313

Trailers

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5’ x 10’, ATV’s, 16 ‘ Utility, 18’ Car hauler, 20’ 7K Car hauler, 25’ 7K and 25’ Dually tandem & Enclosed. FTS Trailer Sales 124 N. Main, South Hutch 620-474-1001

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Apartments - Unfurn. 821 401 W 6th Apt 1, Nice 1 Bedroom, appliances, Central heat/air $350/350 620-664-5358 or 200-7785 829 E 1st Ave, Apt C, One bedroom, Appliances, NO PETS, Utilities paid, $410/$300. 620-664-1327 908 E 17th apartments, 2 bedrooms $400 to $450, Water/Trash Paid, 620-664-5358 or 200-7785 1017 N Main, #7, large 2 bedroom, No Pets $395/300 620-474-0369 3007 Sierra Parkway, w1 Bedroom, water/trash paid, $430/430. 1 year lease; wStudio $330/330 NO PETS 620-200-3243 t315 W 10th $355, & 816 N Jefferson $330 (1bedrooms) & t618 E Ave A, $400, 2 bedrooms, 620-663-8906 All Bills Paid, Landmark Apartments 5th & Main, 1 bedrooms, $430 & up, Peaceful & quiet, range & refrigerator, NO Pets, 620-960-8205 text or call 620-662-4265 EXTRA NICE 4-PLEX 2 BEDROOMS W/D HOOK-UPS NEW CARPET, D/W, STOVE & FRIDGE. CARPORTS AVAILABLE $550 TO $625 WATER & TRASH PAID 620-200-2311 Section 8 Rent Subsidy Available Tumbleweed Apts.,

Equipment, Utility, & Enclosed Trailers of different sizes. Doolitle-made in Missouri, Look at 2021 E. 4th or call 663-6150 for information

2 Bedroom Townhome Units in Lyons, Call (785) 233-0870 for an application

STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOMS $350 TO $450

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Price reduced $13,500, Like new 1995 Winnebago Rialta Motorhome, 22ft, 14-18mpg, 620-772-0033

Motorcycles

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07 HD XL1200C, 15K, new tires & brakes, power commander, drag pipes, excellent $6995 620-663-8078 1986 Harley FXST Heritage Softtail, 1340 CC’s, 43K, Red/Cream, All original, garage kept, ready to ride, $10,000 OBO, Serious inquiries only, Call 620-727-5161 2006 HD Fat Boy, Original owner, 7,600 miles, Lots of extras, always garaged, $12,000, 620-278-6532

BIG DOG MASTIFF, 2003 BIG DOG ONLY 5600 MILES, OVER $4,000 IN UP GRADES, MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE, BEAUTIFUL BIKE. $15,000 PHONE 620-465-3599 OR LEAVE MESSAGE.

Cleaning Services

FLOOR CARE Are your Floors Dull or Dirty? Call J & J Cleaning at 620-728-9619 for all your

Painting/Papering FOLKS PAINTING

Looking for a quality job done? Folk’s Painting has over 30 years combined experience in Painting, Texturing or Faux Finish. We offer free estimates and competitive rates. We accept any job!! Call us today!! 620-960-3644

Floor Waxing & Carpet Cleaning Needs. We Do All Types of Janitor Services for

Jim’s Painting Service Interior/Exterior

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Concrete/Cement

Over 30 years of

FOLKS CONCRETE Let us do your concrete. Get a good quality job done at the lowest price. We have over 22 years of experience and guarantee our work on sidewalks, patios, driveways, slabs.... Anything you need, we can do. We are insured, No job too BIG or small. Call us for free estimates & see the difference!!! 620-960-3644

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Plumbing Home Improvement L.R.S. Construction LLC, Local Contractor, Concrete all types done, basements, foundations, storm shelters, fences all types, metal buildings, roofs, shingles, siding & landscaping, Blow in insulation & spray foam insulation, Barns etc. ¬Everything from A to Z¬ «Quality Work Done« «Cheaper Than Most!« «Free Estimates!« Nobody beats our prices! Guaranteed! Licensed - Insured - Experienced. Lots of References! 620-204-0365 or 620-204-8456

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Remodeling Penner Remodeling

Interior/Exterior Remodeling Since 1979. Arlan Penner 620-664-7990 or 662-6957

SPANGLER CUSTOM BUILDING & REMODELING Help with all your projects. FREE Estimates. Ken Spangler, 663-7890

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17 W 15th, $675/600, NO Pets/Smoking, 3 bedroom, basement, garage, 620-921-0010 2406(A) N Severance: 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, garage. No pets/smoking. $650/$650. 620-960-3624

Homes - Unfurn.

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323 N Town, 3 bedroom, central h/a, $525/525, 620-474-0745 424 E 7th, 3 bedroom, central heat/air $475/475, 620-474-0745 1612 W 4th, House A, 2 bedroom, central h/a, $400 + Electric 620-474-0745 2600 E 30th, 3+ bedrooms, large yard, fresh paint, large 2 car garage, $1050/800, 620-474-0369 BUHLER: 307 N Main 4 bedroom, 1 bath, $700 Call-620-664-7221 In Haven - Several extra nice 2 & 3 bedroom homes, All very clean & move in ready 620-465-7748 www.backrentals.com

Roofing

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Free Es-

timates Call 620-664-7541.

QUALITY LAWN CARE Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/Clean-up, Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work & Sprinkler Systems FREE ESTIMATES 620-727-5777

Limo Service All Star Luxury Transportation Limo/Shuttle Service 1-800-590-1311 check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com

Roofing L.R.S. Construction LLC. Local Contractor ROOFING: Metal, Shingles or Coatings etc! Siding, Windows, Doors, Facia or Sofit wraps. Blow in insulation & Spray Foam insulation! ¬Everything from A to Z!¬ ¬Quality Work Done!¬ ¬ Cheaper than most!¬ Nobody beats our prices Guaranteed! Will work with most insurance companies, Licensed, Insured & Experienced. Many references. Save money - Call now! We have Crews Ready to Work! 620-204-0365 or 620-204-8456

Experience 620-694-9107 or 465-2417

YOU PAY ELECTRIC ADA UNIT Available Soon 620-200-2311

Duplexes RVs/Campers

Auto Repair/Service QUALITY BODY SHOP Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com

ALL KAN Residential & Commercial Roofing, Licensed, insured, Accredited Member Better Business Bureau, 316-409-6884 or 316-833-1449

To place an ad in the Business and Service Directory... Call The Hutchinson News at 694-5704 or Toll Free 1-800-766-5704

Schools/Education EARLY EDUCATION CENTER Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com

Services AMERICAN RED CROSS Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com BIG BROTHERS & BIG SISTERS Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA - CAMP KANZA Check us out at hutchmarketplace.com ELMDALE WELLNESS CENTER Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com EMERGENCY ENERGY FUND Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com FIRST CALL FOR HELP Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com FOOD BANK OF RENO COUNTY Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com GIRL SCOUT WHEATBELT COUNCIL Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com HEALTHY FAMILIES Hutchinson Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com MEALS ON WHEELS Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com

Services INTERFAITH HOUSING SERVICES, INC. Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com KANSAS LEGAL SERVICES Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com NEW BEGINNINGS, INC Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com SALVATION ARMY Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com SEXUAL ASSAULT & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com SIGN SOURCE Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com UNITED WAY Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com YMCA Check us out at: hutchmarketplace.com

Small Engine Repair Small Engine Repair, Reliable Work, Call For Quote, Great Rates!! Equipment Link, 620-259-7902

Windows Window Screens Repaired On Site. No Waiting. Free Estimate. Call Jerry (316)303-5713

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Homes - Unfurn. 831 Monolithic Dome Home- 1 bedroom, In Arlington, all utilities furnished, call 620-538-3282 or 316-259-2630 Storage for Rent

Homes

Fair Housing Act Sale and Rental of Housing: No one may take any of the following actions based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or handicap.

851

6,000sq.ft. Warehouse with office and overhead doors. $600/month. 620-664-1916

Offices For Rent

900

112 N Poplar, 1100 Sq. Ft., water & trash paid, $450 mon., Call R.E.I.B, Inc @ 662-0583 Office and shop. For rent or for sale, 3106 S Broadacres Rd. 620-921-5586

Profession office space For Rent, 1200 sq ft, Call 620-669-8000

900 uvuvuvuvu

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2 small office spaces, $200 or $300 a month, 620-694-9036

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Homes

900

217 East Main, Sterling, KS 1 bedroom, 1 bath. 900 Square feet. Quiet neighborhood. Low maintenance. Low utilities. Very nice, clean, cute house. Newer roof. Investment property or move right in. Currently rents for $300/month. $40,000. Call/Text 620-204-1573 West “B”, 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath, basement, $34,500, $401/mo, OWNER CARRY Call Millenia (316)409-0352

Mobile Homes For Sale $95,000 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 2 Car Garage, Cedar Privacy Fence Call 316-640-8760

For Sale By Owner Remodeled ranch, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 3 car garage, new high efficiency heating & cooling, new roof, large lot, Move In Ready, 201 S Park Drive, $98,000, 620-921-0320 or 620-899-2896

910

Nice, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1995 Skyline, Central h/a, brand new fridge, new carpet, full local delivery & set-up, $12,999, Everything Guaranteed, 620-960-1879

Several Cheap Liveable, 2 & 3 bedroom single wides available, $2999 to $7999, full local delivery & set-up. Call 620-960-1879

Investment Property 960 For sale or Lease 1500-40000 sq ft., Heavy Industrial space PRICED REDUCED Yoder, KS Call Marvin Kallenbach- Prudential Denning & Beard, 316-371-9062

Misc. Real Estate

980

40 Acres Pasture w/Creek & Hunting near Partridge, $95,000. 620-200-5650 To place an ad in the Business and Service Directory... Call The Hutchinson News at 694-5704 or Toll Free 1-800-766-5704


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Garage Sales

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3100 Nutmeg Lane: Saturday 8am-1pm, Art supplies, books, canvases, frames, many other books (novels & Non fiction) & Numerous other items.

Garage Sales 410 3421 N. Elm St: Reloaded! New Items! Thurs 3-7pm, Fri 8am-6pm, Sat. 8am- Noon, Salon boutique closing business items, jewelry display racks, jewelry, caps, scarves, belts, home decor, holiday decor, toys & small boys clothes, 2’x4’ commercial freezer, 125 gallon fish tank with high end aerator filter, 55 & 20 gallon fish tanks (both equipment included)

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