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WE CAN SOLVE YOUR LAST-MINUTE COSTUME CRISIS BY TIM SCHRAG For The Bee Still don’t have a costume? Don’t panic. There’s still time to be spooky, silly or just spirited. Scrapping together a last-minute costume isn’t hard; in fact, there are many costumes that can be made easily with everyday items. The

Bee staff has collected some tips for making DIY last-minute costumes that should help ease the process and allow folks to pull of the trick of a lastminute costume. ● Be realistic and keep it simple. You’ve waited this long to pick something; pick something you know you can pull off fast and seamlessly. Creativity is al-

ways welcome, but keep in mind it’s not fun to have to constantly explain a costume. Pick something classic. Ghosts, mummies, witches, wizards, vampires and even Frankenstein’s monster are timeless. There’s no guess work, and a costume can be made in minutes using items like poster board, cardboard, toilet paper

and old bed sheets. These characters are what Halloween is all about and they’ll never go out of style. Everyone should get the chance to wear a timeless Halloween staple at least once. Perhaps this is the year. ● Be the mask. If you’re feeling up to it, whip out






“SLEEPING BEAUTY” JANUARY 5, 3:30 P.M. WHERE: Century II Concert Hall, 225 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita COST: $35-$85 PHONE: (316) 262-8054 WEB:

WHERE: The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday COST: $24.50-$44.50 WEB:

“THE WONDER BREAD YEARS” JANUARY 18, 7:30 P.M. WHERE: Fox Theatre, 18 E. First Ave. COST: $20-$30 PHONE: (620) 663-1981 WEB: SESAME STREET LIVE: “MAKE A NEW FRIEND” MARCH 28-30 WHERE: INTRUST Bank Arena, 500 E. Waterman St., Wichita ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $19-$60 PHONE: (316) 440-9000 WEB:

BEE ON TIME! TODAY 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 6 p.m. Amvets Ladies Auxiliary Post 11 Trunk or Treat, 501 E. Ave. F, Hutchinson. 6:30 p.m. KNEA Howl-APalooza, Hutchinson Community College, north Fine Arts parking lot, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. The cost is $2 per child or a donation of two cans of kid-friendly food. 8 p.m. Mel Tillis, The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita. Tickets are $39 to $75.

FRIDAY 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe at Cool Beans at the Depot 209 N. Walnut, Hutchinson. 5:30 p.m. Artist Reception, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. 7:30 p.m. Thad Beach, Metropolitan Coffee, 1329 E. 17th Ave., Hutchinson. 8 p.m. Aaron Carter, The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita. Also featuring DJ Alex. Tickets are $15. 8 p.m. Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin, The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita. Tickets are $24.50 to $44.50.

SATURDAY 9 a.m. County Fair, Faith United Methodist Church, 30th and Severance, Hutchinson. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 2 p.m. Bread Machine 101 at Apron Strings, 201 S. Main St., Hutchinson. 6 p.m. “The Road to Valhalla” (6 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday), Historic Newton Fox Theatre, 518 Main St., Newton. Tickets are $8. 7:30 p.m. Kathy and Riley

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Withrow, Metropolitan Coffee, 1329 E. 17th Ave., Hutchinson.

to Hospital Auxiliary. 4 p.m. Fund for Hutchinson Awards Ceremony, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, 1100 N. Plum St., Hutchinson.

7:30 p.m. Dwight Yoakam, United Wireless Arena, 4100 W. Comanche St., Dodge City. Tickets are $30.90 to $134.50.

5 p.m. Fish Fry, Galva Senior Center, 218 S. Main, Galva. A free will donation will be accepted.

8 p.m. Granger Smith, The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita. Also featuring Earl Dribbles Jr. and Haywired. Tickets are $10 to $18.

7:30 p.m. “A Piece of My Heart” (Nov. 14-16), Hutchinson High School Performing Arts Center, 810 E. 13th Ave.

SUNDAY 11 a.m. St. Teresa Church Annual Turkey Dinner, St. Teresa Gym, 215 E. Fifth Ave., Hutchinson. Call (620) 662-2781 or (620) 664-5398 for advance tickets.

7:30 p.m. HCC Theatre presents “Othello” (Nov. 14-16), Hutchinson Community College B.J. Warner Recital Hall, 600 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson.

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6 p.m. The Price is Right Live!, Hartman Arena, 8151 N. Hartman Arena Drive, Park City. Tickets are $31.50 to $51.50.

10 a.m. Knife Sharpening, Apron Strings, 201 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Prices depend on size/type of knife.

MONDAY 6 p.m. Sweet Treats: Cupcake/Cookie Decorating, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Cost is $57.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 7272791.

TUESDAY 10:30 a.m. Dillon Lecture Series - Chef Jeff Henderson, Hutchinson Sports Arena, 700 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson. Cost: $10, with all students and HCC faculty/staff admitted free.

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Filter, The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita. Also featuring Fight or Flight, Nothing More and Barrelbright. Tickets are $15 to $18.

NOV. 7 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 5 p.m. Avenue A Mexican Dinner, Avenue A Elementary School, 11 S. Madison St., Hutchinson. 9 p.m. Holiday Open House at Apron Strings, 201 S. Main St., Hutchinson.

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

THE ARTS “Old Mills” is a painting by Barton Community College art student Deb Clothier. Clothier and Leona Kasselman have selections of their art on display until December in the Fine Arts Building at the college. Courtesy photo

NOV. 8 7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance, Elmdale Community Center, 400 E. Ave. E, Hutchinson. Dana Schirmer will call the squares. 7:30 p.m. HCC Vocal Jazz: Jazz & BBQ, Hutchinson Community College Gallery Theatre, 600 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson.

NOV. 9 8 a.m. Rummage Sale, Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 407 E. 12th Ave., Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Altrusa This n That, National Guard Armory, 11th and Severance, Hutchinson. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 10:30 a.m. Story time, Hastings Books, Music and Video, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. 5 p.m. Don Tolar American

Family Soup & Chili Cook Off, Memorial Hall, Hutchinson. If you would like to enter, call (620) 662-2037. 5 p.m. Bluebird Test Kitchen, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Preview new cookbooks and sample recipes prepared by Bluebird staff. 6 p.m. Wine In The Wild, Prairie Dunes Country Club, 4812 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. Gala event fundraiser for the future Otter Exhibit at the Hutchinson Zoo. 8 p.m. Rickie Lee Jones, Stiefel Theater, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Tickets are $38.

NOV. 14 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 10 a.m. Book fair, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center conference room A and D, 1701 E. 23rd Ave., Hutchinson. Proceeds

1 p.m. “Cooking Can Be Murder” (1 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16), Fairfield High School auditorium, Langdon. Tickets are $3 for students 8th grade and younger, and $5 for students 9th grade and up.

NOV. 16 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 10:30 a.m. Story time, Hastings Books, Music and Video, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. 7:30 p.m. John Michael Talbot in concert, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 332 N. Oak, Pratt. For more information, call (620) 672-6352. No tickets required. 7:30 p.m. “All Hands on Deck,” Fox Theatre, 18 E. First Ave., Hutchinson. Tickets are $25 to $35.

NOV. 19 7 p.m. Hutchinson Horticulture Club: American Red Cross Disaster Reponse, Dillon Nature Center, 3002 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. David Theriot will

present the program.

NOV. 20 4 p.m. Youth Book Club, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. 5:15 p.m. Teen Book Club, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson.

NOV. 21 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

NOV. 22 7:30 p.m. "The Perks of Being a Wallflower” (7:30 p.m. Nov. 22-23 and 2 p.m. Nov. 24), Fox Theatre, 18 E. First Ave., Hutchinson. Tickets are $5 buy one get one free. For more information, call (620) 663-1981 or visit

NOV. 23 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 10:30 a.m. Story time, Hastings Books, Music and Video, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. 7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance, Elmdale Community Center, 400 E. Ave. E Hutchinson. John Orlowski will call the squares. 7 p.m. Reno County Food Bank Fundraising Event, The Rusty Needle Sports Bar, 1808 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Hosted by James Davis and featuring Kaleaha B, John Wesley, TBA and Victims of Spotlight (VOS).

NOV. 24 1 p.m. Festival of Trees, Shafer Art Gallery, 245 N.E. 30 Road, Great Bend.

NOV. 28 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 11 a.m. Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner, Emanuel Lutheran Church, 140 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson.


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SKAGGS, HORNSBY SHOW AN INSPIRATION A large, enthusiastic and rowdy crowd showed up for the Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby show at the Stiefel Theatre on Saturday night. This all-acoustic bluegrass show was truly an inspiration. I’m not a diehard bluegrass fan, but I did enjoy this show. To say that the music was strictly bluegrass isn’t entirely true. There was a little bit of country, a little bit of rock, some Irish melodies mixed in with the blues, and some Middle Eastern influences. There were some fun songs, like “The Dreaded Spoon” (about a dad who took his half off the top of his children’s ice cream cones)

CARVE OUT SOME TIME TO VISIT ZOO’S PUMPKIN PARTY BY THE BEE STAFF When the witches and ghouls go into hiding for another year, the animals will come out to play. From 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Saturday, animals at the Hutchinson Zoo will have a pumpkin party. They will play with, eat, stomp and enjoy some leftover pumpkins. For more information, call the zoo at (620) 694-2693.

and “Cluck, Ol’ Hen” (for those who just can’t find a good chicken song anymore). The group did a bluegrass version of “Super Freak,” which was amazing. I have never heard a Rick James song sung bluegrass-style, and it was not to be missed. I will never hear the song without thinking of the stage version of the song. And there was so much more. Hornsby did an incredible take on “That’s Just the Way It Is” (the long version). I will always remember that version whenever I hear the

song played on the radio. He also performed a totally different version of “Mandolin Rain.” I haven’t made up my mind about this one. I like the original, but the way it was sung Saturday night was slow and heart-wrenching. Ricky accompanied Hornsby on the mandolin and you could almost hear the rain. It was so sad and lonesome. Very powerful, but so forlorn. I think I prefer the radio version: It’s a bit more upbeat, but there is something to be said for the stage version as well. It's safe to say I haven’t

made up my mind yet. I liked them both equally. I’m not as familiar with Skaggs’ music, and they did sing one of his biggest songs. I knew all the words but can’t remember the names of the tunes. It was truly a night of inspiring music and tunes mixed up and reimagined. It was creativity at its best. It just goes to show that there are so many ways to invent and reinvent music over and over, endlessly. LYDIA LOWE Salina



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CANTON – Red Hatters and ladies who like afternoon teas, take note: Three Sisters Victorian Tea and Treasures will have an open house this weekend. It’s free and no reservations are required. The annual free Victorian Tea and Christmas Open House is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. There is everything from tea goodies to a





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cup of tea at the open house. Take a look through the boutique for holiday decor. The quaint building is in the heart of Canton, a town known for its “hot” and “cold” water towers. It is in a late 1800s building that features two tea rooms. Although it’s small, Canton has a lot of character. Take the old jail, which former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius invited Stephen Colbert to after he said the town stunk so badly, people could smell it all the way to Topeka. Sebelius wrote to Colbert that while the jail is generally open by appointment only, he could get a booking anytime. “Consider yourself to have a standing appointment,” she wrote. “We hope to hear you’re coming for a visit.” Canton is also home to the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge and the Stars and Stripes Military Museum. For more on the town, visit


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THINK NOV. MEANS JUST TURKEY? GOBBLE THIS UP BY RYAN CHRISTNER For The Bee Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a 12-part installment detailing some of the many bizarre holidays celebrated nationally or internationally each month. While most seem utterly ridiculous, and while keeping in mind that not everything found on the Internet can be taken at face value, each listing that follows was verified through at least two online sources. Enjoy the tricks and treats tonight, because there won’t be another big holiday for four weeks. We’re just thankful there are so many great – peculiar, but great – not-so-famous ones in-between. ***

November’s monthly associations can only be described as a cornucopia. From Aviation History Month to Drum Month, Epilepsy Awareness Month to Peanut Butter Lovers Month, there’s certainly something for each person gathered around the table to get fired up about. It’s also Native American Heritage Month. If we had to guess, look for talk about the Washington Redskins’ name to reach a crescendo. Nov. 1 – All Saints’ Day; Authors’ Day. Little-known fact: J.K. Rowling is the patron saint of muggles. Nov. 2 – All Souls’ Day; Plan Your Epitaph Day. Truly a day of the dead. Nov. 3 – Housewife’s Day; Sandwich Day; Zero Tasking Day. Use that extra hour gifted by the end of Daylight Saving Time for some personal relaxation. Enjoy a Reuben while you’re at it. Nov. 4 – Job Action Day; Traffic Directors Day. Been out of work for a while? It’s time to go snag a new job. We hear the traffic director field is very competitive. Nov. 5 – Gunpowder Day. Could be more trouble than it’s worth to find a legal way to celebrate with the stuff. Nov. 6 – Marooned without a Compass Day; Saxophone Day. Wouldn’t be as big of a problem if you had a sax to help flag passing ships. Nov. 7 – Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day; Men Make Dinner Day; Tongue Twister Day. How romantic! Dinner courtesy of the hubby, sharing some chocolates, then snuggling up with a book of tongue twisters. Nov. 8 – Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day. After watching enough Travel Channel, we’re confident the Southeast Asian fruit durian meets all the criteria. Nov. 9 – Chaos Never Dies Day. Sounds like the next James Bond film. Nov. 10 – Area Code Day; USMC Day. Semper Fi! Nov. 11 – Origami Day. When you’re done, you can practice with The Bee! Nov. 12 – Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day; Young Readers Day. Poor anchovies. Not even the pizza-crazed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cared for them. Nov. 13 – Indian Pudding Day; Kindness Day. ’Twould be very kind of you to drop off some pudding at The News office! Nov. 14 – Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day; Operation Room

Nurse Day. Let’s just hope they don’t loosen up too much. Nov. 15 – Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day; Philanthropy Day. A perfect opportunity to give of your time and/or money. Those fridges aren’t going to clean themselves. Nov. 16 – Button Day; Guinness World Record Day. Is there a record for most buttons put in one’s mouth? Nov. 17 – Homemade Bread Day; Take A Hike Day. If you get lost, it’s surely better than eating lizards and squirrels. Nov. 18 – Occult Day. Can we borrow some eye of newt? Nov. 19 – Have A Bad Day Day; Men’s Day; Toilet Day. How is it possible to have a bad day when you mix men and toilets? Nov. 20 – Absurdity Day; Children’s Day; Name Your PC Day. With this last item, we’d say an adequate level of absurdity has been reached. Nov. 21 – False Confessions Day. We’ve been stealing those socks out of your dryer. Nov. 22 – Go for a Ride Day; Start Your Own Country Day.

You may not have to ride as far as previously thought to leave the country. Nov. 23 – Cashew Day; Fibonacci Day. Bet you can’t eat just 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 ... Nov. 24 – Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day. Or, as David Letterman calls them, Stupid Human Tricks. Nov. 25 – Parfait Day. “Have you ever met a person, you say, ‘Let’s get some parfait,’ they say, ‘Hell no, I don’t like no parfait’? Parfaits are delicious!” (Donkey in “Shrek”) Nov. 26 – Shopping Reminder Day. T-minus 29 days

’til Christmas! Nov. 27 – Pins and Needles Day. If you love 1930s pro-labor Broadway plays as much as we do, this day is for you. Nov. 28 – Make Your Own Head Day; Red Planet Day. This necessitates that the head be little and green. Nov. 29 – Buy Nothing Day; Square Dance Day; You’re Welcome Day. After eating all that turkey, we doubt you’ll be up for much dancing. Nov. 30 – Stay at Home Because You’re Well Day. Shouldn’t be too hard for most people on a Saturday.











A lawyer finds himself in over his head when he gets involved in drug trafficking.

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



A medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in space.

Friday: 4:10pm (3D) 7:10, 9:20pm Saturday: 4:10pm (3D) 1:10, 7:10pm Sunday: 4:10pm (3D) 1:10, 7:10pm




Flint Lockwood learns that his most infamous machine is still operational and is churning out menacing foodanimal hybrids.

Friday: 4:10, 7:10, 9:30pm Saturday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:30pm Sunday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10pm

Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld




The International Military seek out a leader who can save the human race from an alien attack.

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:30pm Saturday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:30pm Sunday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00pm

Captain Phillips

Tom Hanks, Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Abdirahman




The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama.

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:55pm Saturday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:55pm Sunday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00pm

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

Johnny Knoxville, Jackson Nicoll, Spike Jonze




86-year-old Irving Zisman is on a journey across America with the most unlikely companion: his 8 year-old grandson, Billy.

Friday: 4:30, 7:30, 9:45pm Saturday: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 9:45pm Sunday: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30pm

Free Birds (3D)

Woody Harrelson, Owen Wilson, Dan Fogler




Two turkeys from opposite sides of the tracks must team up to travel back in time to change the course of history and get turkey off the holiday menu for good.

Friday: 7:20pm (3D) 4:20, 9:30pm Saturday: 1:20, 7:20pm (3D) 4:20, 9:30pm Sunday: 1:20, 7:20pm (3D) 4:20pm

Last Vegas

Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman




Three sixty-something friends take a break from their day-to-day lives to throw a bachelor party in Las Vegas for their last remaining single pal.

Friday: 4:20, 7:20, 9:45pm Saturday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 9:45pm Sunday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20pm

The Counselor

Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz


Gravity (3D)

Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris


Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2

Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Will Forte

Ender's Game







Enough Said

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener




A divorced woman who decides to pursue the man she's interested in learns he's her new friend's ex-husband.

Friday, Sat., Sun. : 7 p.m.

Hidden Universe

Miranda Richardson




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

Daily: See for showtimes


Directed by Daniel Ferguson




A spectacular cinematic journey - soaring high above the Holy Land and plunging deep into the vibrant Old City.

Daily: See for showtimes


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JOHNNY CASH TRIBUTE COULD’VE BEEN BETTER It was another great show last week when the Fox Theatre brought a taste of Broadway and traditional country music to Hutchinson with “Ring of Fire: The Life and Music of Johnny Cash.” Executive Director Randy Mathews and his attraction advisers deserve much credit. One of the most amazing aspects of this performance was the virtually equal talents of all eight singers, dancers and instrument players, each capable of playing different instruments (including one who effectively kept up a beat using a washboard around his neck). These were five men and three women who, unlike many shows, did not have one or two standouts: They

REVIEW all shined and complemented one another. In typical Branson style (although this crew was not from Branson, Mo.), the entertainers remained after the show to greet and thank patrons. That’s classy. While most in the audience probably were not detracted by missed opportunities, there were several small but significant things that could have been changed to enhance the production. Some were so simple that it is perplexing why a show once on Broadway, where small things are seldom overlooked, failed to include lighting and staging moves that could have made “Ring of Fire” even more

memorable and audiencepleasing. There was no excuse for not unfurling a large American flag at the end of an otherwise moving, impressive rendition of “That Tattered Old Flag.” It could and should have happened from a railroad track or arch on stage and would have made a more dramatic and effective ending. Also inexcusable was a failure to display orange lights (which were there but not activated) while a footstomping version of “Orange Blossom Special” was fiddled. The otherwise impressing stage also contained a large circulator platform that was raised, rotated and lighted, but there were no red lights, nor was there use of

what would have been very effective stage-smoke to underscore the “Ring of Fire” theme – another missed opportunity that could have dazzled the crowd. Encores are always appreciated, but this tribute show would have been much more dramatic had the regular story ended when Cash’s death at age 71 was set to music, followed by the traditional bows, an acknowledgement of each of the eight performers and their hometowns, and then the two extra songs they choose to perform. How all of this was overlooked is perplexing, but for the average person who is just there to be entertained and is not picky, it’s of little concern. Overall, this was a real

GOOD MOVIES? NOT ‘COUNSELOR’ OR ‘GRANDPA’ There are a number of good movies coming out between now and the year’s end. One that opened in Hutchinson this past weekend is definitely not among them, and another can only be tolerated by those with a largely perverted humor and willing to put up with a lot of crude and lame-brain antics on the screen. Neither film is worthy of much print or consideration, but you definitely will be wasting your time and money on “The Counselor,” which I can only generously describe as filthy, confusing and uninspiring. It has several well-done scenes, star power with good acting, and incorporates many ingredients we expect in a Ridley

Display of artist’s works to end soon BY THE BEE STAFF The Hutchinson Art Center continues to showcase the colorful impressionistic painting of Jill Stromberg in “Kansas: Beauty and the Best,” which has been on display throughout October. Stromberg began painting in 1983 after a move from California to Kansas. Traveling widely during this period, her experiences inspired and provided the subjects for her art. As Stromberg honed her craft, she studied with wellknown artists such as Kandy Tate, Bill Harrison, John Encinias and Diane Pike. Stromberg said her favorite subjects are people involved in daily activities, landscapes, and still life. She loves to paint outdoors, especially in the Flint Hills, where she likes to paint quickly, capturing the bold shapes of color and light on her subject matter. The exhibit is on display through Sunday at the Hutchinson Art Center, 405 N. Washington St. For more details, contact the art center at (620) 663-1081 or email

REVIEWS Scott movie. However, the story is disjointed, and there are several graphic sex scenes that do nothing to support the perplexing plot and are obviously included only to draw in the prurient-interest crowd – those you might feel uncomfortable sitting near in a theater. You leave wondering what “The Counselor” was trying to do other than sell tickets. This time, national reviewers got it right: one and a half stars. I'll have to admit that “Bad Grandpa” was not on my list to review, based on what I had heard and the dreadful “Jackass” movies that preceded it. While it’s

juvenile, gross, uninspiring and probably a bad experience for most moviegoers, it does produce some “inventive” comedy, if you have the stomach and somewhat twisted mind to endure it. The “inventiveness” comes from taking ridiculous situations and putting unsuspecting ordinary people in the middle of the stupidity and crudeness. Some of those in the film were unaware that they were taking part in a movie, a la the old “Candid Camera” routine, and the results do produce humor, but only for those not faint-hearted. The story revolves around an 80-plus grandpa who is forced to drive his grandson from Nebraska to North

Carolina because his deadbeat mom must go to jail on drug charges. Johnny Knoxville, a much younger actor, is made up to look, talk and act like a very perverted grandpa, and you at least have to give a lot of credit to the film’s makeup department. When credits roll at the end, you see some behind-the-scenes cuts that help explain what has happened. Still, a strong warning to keep kids away, and approach only if you define your funny-bone in a much more unusual way than most. Two and a half stars (which is better than I anticipated when I went in). DAN DEMING Hutchinson

“Kansas: Beauty and the Best,” an exhibit of the art of Jill Stromberg is currently on display at the Hutchinson Art Center, 405 N. Washington St. The exhibit will remain until Sunday. Courtesy photo

crowd pleaser that featured excellent and personable talent and told an interesting story about a country music legend. I would have no hesitation recommending it to anyone who enjoys traditional country music, but with a few simple changes it could have been even better. DAN DEMING Hutchinson

Edie Ross & Amy Bickel



WANT SOME HALLOWEEN ALTERNATIVES? BY THE BEE STAFF It’s not too late to join in some trick-or-treat fun. Ghosts, goblins, witches and Minions will be out tonight filling their sacks with candy. If you don’t want to risk going house to house, here are a few alternatives: ● Golden Plains Rehabilitation Center – The center, 1202 E. 23rd Ave., will pass out glow bracelets, wands, necklaces and candy from 4 to 6 p.m. ● Trick or Treat at the Mall – Wear your costume to the mall for a costume contest. The trick-or-treating starts at 5 p.m. and ends when the stores have no more treats or at 6 p.m., when judging starts for costumes. Age categories are 11 and up, 5 to 10, and 4 and under. ● Fall Festival – CrossPoint Church

is sponsoring a Halloween alternative from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Meadowlark Building on the Kansas State Fairgrounds. No scary costumes. ● Trinity Catholic football – The Trinity Catholic Student Council will have a “trunk or treat” event from 6 to 6:45 p.m. before the football game against Haven. During halftime of the football game, there is a costume parade for kids and prizes will be given out for the best costumes. ● Trunk or Treat – Amvets Ladies Auxiliary Post 11 will have its Trunk or Treat from 6 to 8 p.m. at 501 E. Avenue F. ● Trunk or Treat – Eastwood Church of Christ, 2500 N. Plum St., will have this event from 6 to 8 p.m. Hot chocolate is included. See more at

COSTUMES FROM PAGE 1 some poster board and markers and get to drawing. (The gang at The News made the masks seen here in about 20 minutes for less than $5.) If not, you can always print off a mask. Our friend the Internet has tons out there: ● Be campy. Who says Halloween has to be scary? If you want to be an Angry Bird or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, now’s your chance. Go for it. Some of the best costumes around are the funny ones. Today, puns work. You can be a ceiling fan by grabbing some pompoms and writing “Go, ceiling” on a sweatshirt. Really, if

OCTOBER 31, 2013 you can think it, you can do it. For some more pun-inspired costumes, look here: ● Imitation is the best form of flattery. Dress up like a friend or colleague. Odds are, people will get it right away. (This works best if more than one person can do it with you.) ● Support your team even on Halloween. Don your Kansas City, K-State or KU gear. Show your friends you have spirit. For a twist, go dressed as your rival and scare all your friends ... or make them think you lost a bet. (Bonus points if you go as a Raider.) ● Suit up. Barney Stinson, Don Draper, James Bond, Sterling Archer, Pee-wee Herman and Rachel Maddow do it every day. Why not go as one of them? For all those Smallville fans out

there, go as Clark Kent; prove to the rest of us that Hutch really is Superman’s home. ● It’s OK to be the third wheel this one time. Grab a bike wheel and go to town photo bombing “couple’s costumes.” It’s great and reaffirms that “couple’s costumes” are for squares: ● Just go ahead and Google it. While coming up with ideas for this column, here’s the best list of last minute costumes I could find: Thanks, Buzzfeed. You’re my favorite time-suck around.

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Inman USD 448 is accepting applications for the following part time position for the 2013-2014 school year: Junior High Assistant Girls Basketball Coach If you are interested, please submit your resume and 4 references to Donna Maurer, USD 448, PO Box 129, Inman, KS 67546 or

Part-Time Help 110 PLAZA GO TRUCKSTOP is now accepting applications for Part Time Cashiers. 1515 S Main-South Hutch No Phone Calls Please. Help Wanted


Agriculture chemical and fertilizer applicator driver wanted for Central Kansas Cooperative at the Bushton location. CDL required. Excellent benefits. Contact Dion Yost at Farmers Coop Union, Box 159, Sterling, KS. 620-278-2470 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. DRIVERS WANTED for the Hutchinson and Lyons area for Mid-America Redi-Mix, Inc. Temporary, part time and full time. Retirees, college students, and others. Driving will be all local. Must have current CDL and Medical Card. Apply in Person at: 2510 West Blanchard in South Hutch or Call: 620-663-1559. 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. HVAC Installer needed at Goering Hardware in Moundridge, Full health ins, paid vacation, retirement plan, 620-345-2442 I’m looking for a highly motivated individual to work for me in my construction and concrete business.

Experience preferred,

but will

train the right individual Excellent pay & benefit package. To schedule an interview, please call 620-654-6597


Help Wanted 120 JOURNEYMAN LINEMAN: The City of Greensburg is looking for a skilled lineman to perform construction and maintenance for the City’s electric distribution system. Need knowledge of all primary circuit feeds, load consumption, metering ratios, electrical hook-ups, hot line work, environmental rules, transformer hook-ups, conductor and fuse sizing and all related line work. Requires: Valid Kansas Driver’s Licenses, 4-5 years of electric distribution installation and maintenance is required. Contact the City Hall at 300 South Main, Greensburg, or call 620-723-2751. Is also posted on our web site at Lead Teacher, Full time, need to be able to work flexible schedule. Previous child care experience preferred. Apply at: 422 W. 25th, Hutchinson.

Means Opportunity

We are looking for MANAGERS for All 4 Hutchinson Locations Pay range $8.50-$11.25 per hour, Bonus program, Training program, Advancement opportunity, Paid health insurance, 5 day work week, vacation, uniform, and break meal. Apply at any local McDonald’s Restaurant or online at

Help Wanted 120 RECEPTIONIST An ideal candidate will be someone who is outgoing, detail oriented, computer literate, has great customer service and phone skills and able to multi-task. Job will entail answering a multi- line phone system for multiple locations, scheduling service appointments and basic office duties. Hours will be from 7:30AM-4:30PM, M-F and every fourth Saturday. Apply online: Hutchinson EOE Rosewood Roots and Wings Foundation-Seeking someone with an entrepreneurial spirit to assume full time director position. Successful candidate must have a record of progressive fundraising experience with a proven track record of securing Foundation Grant Funding, and possess experience in business plan development including budget preparation. Responsible for annual fundraising and special events. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. For consideration, send resume and letter of interest to: Rosewood Services, Inc.; Attention: Melonie Myers; P.O. Box 1321; Great Bend, KS 67530. EEOE-m/f/v/d Storemore Storage 17th & Severance, Hutchinson Need couple to manage Mini-Storage Business. Residence provided, Send resume & references to: P.O. Box 398 Inman, KS 67546

Food Service Supervisor Must be able to pass Criminal Background Check

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and Drug Screening. Call 620-665-1454 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5:30 pm

Office and technician personnel wanted for small business. Office job includes explaining and selling products; scheduling trucks; computer work; filing and cleaning store. No experience needed but helpful. Tech job includes installation and servicing satellite TV and internet, security systems and networking. Must have experience. Interviewing Nov 2nd; must provide resume. Contact Danny at 620-474-5253 to set up time. OPPORTUNITIES: Painting/Remodeling  Maintenance/Repairs Must have transportation. Rane Management 14 East 2nd, Hutchinson RAMADA INN Seeking Executive Housekeeper. Experience Preferred. Apply In Person with Resume: 1400 N. Lorraine, Hutchinson. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. RAYMOND OIL CO. LYONS KS Looking for a Roustabout with a current CDL. Must Be able to pass drug screen and background check. We are a stable well established company that works with Excellent equipment. Call 620-257-3161 and leave a Message or send resume to


The Summit announces the opening of an Information Services Analyst to provide continual support to our computer- based information systems and hardware. This position will focus on compliance management and adding value to all processes. Candidates should have the ability to install and maintain network hardware and software systems. This full time position requires a college degree in computer science or a related field. In addition, candidate should have at least (2) years of work experience, preferably in a healthcare environment utilizing NextGen and CPSI practice management software. Knowledge of HIPAA and HITECH is a plus. Salary range is DOQ and includes an excellent benefits package to include paid time off. To apply please submit your resume to The Summit is an equal opportunity employer.



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

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


Full Time position with Benefits.

Help Wanted

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Drivers: GREAT HOMETIME! Paid Weekly/Full Benefits! CDL-A w/Hazmat; 1year Experience; 23YOA. 1-800-682-2750 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, A&D insurance (no cost to employee). NO PETS, NO RIDERS Joe Smith 1-800-345-3802.

Medical Help


CNA/MA Wanted For Private Duty Care with Amada Senior Care In Hutchinson, Consistent Hours, Competitive wages. Call 316-448-3350. If you are looking for a family centered place to share your talents with people in need, Grace Home Health care has openings for HHA’s & CNA’s. Apply at 1301 W 30th, Suite 200, Hutchinson, KS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013 Cemetery Lots 340 2 grave lots and 2 vaults At the Fairlawn Burial Park, $3,000. Call 316-706-7344 Coming Events



Fairgrounds-Hutch November 3 & December 1 KS Coliseum-Wichita November 17 & December 8 9am–4pm. 620-663-5626


CLASSIFIED Garage Sales 410 26 Wheatland Nov. 1st 8am-5pm Nov. 2nd 8am-? Sandhillestate Service LIVING ESTATE SALE Living Estate Of Howard & Betty Edgar Furniture, Appliances,Silver Indian Jewelry. Anri Plates & Figurines. WWII Items, Sewing Machine, Gorgeous Glassware. Huge Lot of Tools. Large Windmil. Large Sale!! 

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Auto Repair/Service QUALITY BODY SHOP Check us out at: Bars/Restaurants Polo Bar & Grill 25 East 30th Hutchinson, KS 620-259-4313

Handyman Handyman: Roofing, Concrete work, Sheet rock, Textures, Carpet, Vinyl Flooring, painting, windows, doors & siding. Privacy fence & Cleanup. We finish basements. No job too Small or big 20 Years Experience. Call 620-960-8250

Cleaning Services

Home Improvement T.J.’s Construction  Services  620-200-1749 Commercial/ Residential Concrete


Fireplace/Chimneys Chimney Sweeps & WEB Firewood Service. Seasoned Oak. Call 620-663-0733.

Gardening Gardener to work flower beds in Hutchinson area; call 316-772-7708 or 620 665-6415

Plumbing PREFERRED PLUMBING 620-960-1448 Check us out at:

Asphalt Sealing Metal Building Repair

Penner Remodeling



For Stump Removal,

Remodeling Since 1979.

Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/

Arlan Penner


620-664-7990 or 662-6957

Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work

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

& Sprinkler Systems

FREE ESTIMATES Call Darren at 620-727-5777

SPANGLER CUSTOM BUILDING & REMODELING Help with all your projects. FREE Esti-


mates. Ken Spangler, 663-7890

Jim’s Painting Service Interior/Exterior Free estimates


Residential/Commercial Over 30 years of

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

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Pest Control ADVANCE TERMITE & PEST CONTROL Check us out at:

Schools/Education EARLY EDUCATION CENTER Check us out at:

Services KANSAS LEGAL SERVICES Check us out at:



Lawn Care

Home Improvement For Cleaning from top to bottom and everything in between. Insured, Licensed and Bonded, 15 years experience. Commercial & Residential


AMERICAN RED CROSS Check us out at:

MEALS ON WHEELS Check us out at:


NEW BEGINNINGS, INC Check us out at:


SALVATION ARMY Check us out at: SEXUAL ASSAULT & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Check us out at: SIGN SOURCE Check us out at:


UNITED WAY Check us out at:


YMCA Check us out at:

HEALTHY FAMILIES Hutchinson Check us out at: INTERFAITH HOUSING SERVICES, INC. Check us out at:

Tree Moving SALOGA TREE SPADE Time to Move Trees!! 80 inch or 65 inch. Fully Licensed & Insured. Garden City, 620-275-8607 or 620-272-6469.



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PAGE 14 HUTCHBEE.COM Garage Sales 410 Saturday, Nov. 2nd, 7:00am5:00pm, Two family rummage sale on Fair Grounds at 4-H Centennial Hall Meeting Room, located at 23rd & Fort Leavenworth Blvd. Adult and kids cloths, toys, games, bikes, above ground pool, household items, collectibles, bedding, lamps, tools, pedestal sink, furniture and much more. Food


POLKS IN MEDORA Apples, apple cider slush, cherry cider, gourmet chocolates, & alot more open 1-7pm everyday until Christmas, 620-543-6628

Sporting Goods 451 GOOSE DECOYS 2 dozen speck bigfoot decoys. $220 per 12 or $400 all. $220 or $400 620 534 2575 Home Furnishings 460 China Cabinet , 48’wide, $400; matching dining room table w/4 chairs & leaves, excellent condition, $400, 620-665-8017 or 316-258-2522



Appliances 461 Washer, $125, Dryer $85, Range, $100, Refrigerator, $119. 620-662-8648.

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

Lawn & Garden 465 Lawn mower Sales/Repair. Riders/Push & Tillers. Pickup & delivery. 7103 Back Acres Rd 620-960-8262 Merchandise

Lawn & Garden


tractors. in any condition. Best Prices Paid!!

For Stump Removal,


Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/ Clean-up,

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PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal,





Saturday & Sunday

Buying and Hauling running or not


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Classified Dept. Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm



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


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013 Wanted To Buy


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

Wanted Old Wrought Iron fence & gates, 620-728-0204

Livestock 650 SUPERIOR FARMS will be buying lambs on November 2nd at Kauffman Seeds. Tom Clayman, 663-4064 or 620-727-3567 Livestock Lost


Lost: Red Angus Bull, JX rib brand, T&S Ave, 26th Road in Rice County, 620-278-2287

Game Leases



Trailers 720 Equipment, Utility, & Enclosed Trailers of different sizes. Doolitle-made in Missouri, Look at 2021 E. 4th or call 663-6150 for information RVs/Campers


2011 Tracer Ultra Lite by Prime Time, Model 195 Micro, 22’ self contained, never used, many extras, mini van towable, 620-669-9350



1978 Yamaha SR500, 8000 miles, always garaged, tires like new. (620)242-4248

Pets For Sale

Honda 1988 GL1500, motor bike to give away to responsible person, due to sudden death of owner, if interested, contact franklingank2525


AKC Labs Black, Great hunters and wonderful family pets. Ready to go Nov. 16th 620-755-1349 Purebred German Shepherd puppies, Farm Raised, $225. 620-489-6450

Pets Lost

Domestic Auto




Lost: Boxer puppy, fawn color, female, last seen Sat. 19th at 43rd & Lucille Dr area, $100 reward. 620-200-0259


Buying and Hauling running or not

     tractors. in any

Farm Services


Build pasture fences, clear pastures, custom brush mowing, Veteran Owned & Operated, Fischer Bobcat Service, 620-770-9280 ENSZ Harvesting, All fall crops wanted. JD Equipment. 620-960-3863 or 712-370-1348 Harley’s Fencing Pasture Clearing and Fencing Supplies, YODER FENCE 620-465-3446



AP503CL2 620-285-5288 Seeman Farms CERTIFIED: CJ, Jackpot, TAM111, SY Southwind, Larned, Everest, Fuller, Denali, Treating Available, Seeman Farms, Larned, KS 620-285-5288, 620-285-1357, 620-285-3471

Certified: Duster, Everest, Jagger, Southwind, Overley. James HarrisLangdon 620-596-2363 Dairy Quality net wrapped round bales, delivery available. 620-793-2368 Everest Seed Wheat bulk cerified, Jim Cooprider, 620-242-8193 or 620-755-6609 Horse quality, net wrapped, round, brome bales. 1300#’s. $100 per bale. Call 316-842-9958


 Pool, Storm Shelter Balcony. 326 East 1st, Suite D 669-5008, After Hours669-7777/ 669-7070

condition. Best Prices Paid!!




PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal,



JD 653A row head with Bish CIH adapter, shedded, $4,400. 620-614-7217




condition. Best Prices Paid!!

ROYAL APARTMENTS One half month free rent with 12 month lease. One and two bedrooms available. Remodeled, Clean, New Appliances, Spacious.


Domestic Trucks


1986 Ford 3/4 ton in STERLING, runs and drives well, working tommy lift, $1500, 620 680 0281 1990 Chevy 3/4 ton, regular cab, automatic, high miles, $1500, 620-532-1655 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

Imported Trucks


2010 Toyota Tacoma, access cab, 2wd, 4 cyl, automatic, 32K, warranty, $17,500, 785-628-8726

4 Wheel Drive


2001 F250 Crew Cab, 4x4, 7.3 diesel, XLT, new tires & battery, runs good, $7500 OBO, 620-728-8664 2004 Chevy 2500 heavy duty, cru cab, 4x4, duramax diesel automatic, B & W turnover hitch, excellent condition, 37K, $25,000, 620-532-1655



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

Duplexes Mobile Homes


Rent with option to buy, 108 W 5th, #9, South Hutchinson, 2 bedroom, central h/a, stove, fridge. Water paid, No Pets, $375/200, 620-474-4247


806 B Old Farm Estates, 2 bedroom, basement, lawn maintenance, no pets, $675/675 620-662-0681 110-1/2 E. 6th, South Hutch, stove, refrigerator, water paid, no pets, $300/200. 620-474-4247

Apartments - Furn. 820

Homes - Unfurn.

ALL RENTAL or real estate property advertisements in this newspaper are subject to The Federal Housing Act of 1968, as amended, which makes it illegal to advertise any ‘’preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any discrimination.’’ This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising which is in violation of the law. Amendments, effective March 12, 1989, added ‘handicap’ and ‘familial’ status to discrimination categories.

1 bedroom cottage, King St., $400 + gas & electric, water/sewer/trash, & cable paid, 620-669-0751

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694-5704 800-766-5704 Apartments - Unfurn. 821 1 bedroom upstairs 129 E. 7th - Hutchinson $350/350, all bills paid except electric, 620-669-0751 1 bedroom, upstairs, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, & disposal, washer /dryer on site, water & trash paid, $350 month plus deposit , one year lease, see at 815 N Adams for application call 620-662-5238 100 E 11th, 2 bedroom; 328 E 10th, 1 bedroom; 223 N Colorado in Burrton,1 bedroom house 620-615-1070 328 W. 5th, clean one bedroom, stove, refrigerator, no pets/smoking, $350/$250. 620-694-6200 3117 Belmont, Apt D, 2 bedroom, central heat/air, $400/400, 620-474-0745

ALL BILLS PAID! No Pets, 2927 East 4th 1 Bedroom, $375/300. 664-6462 or 808-347-4264

Offices For Rent


112 N Poplar, 1100 Sq. Ft., water & trash paid, $450 mon., Call R.E.I.B, Inc @ 662-0583 Profession office space For Rent, 1200 sq ft, Call 620-669-8000


3 bedroom brick home, In the country, attached garage in Haven school district, 620-921-5977 4 bedrooms, 325 W 6th, Very nice, 1 bath, central h/a, fireplace, fenced yard, $675, 620-664-2790 12 N Ford, small house, 1 bedroom/possibly 2, w/d hook-ups, NO Pets, $400/400. 620-665-6130 or 316-518-9480 812 Gene St., 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage, central heat/ac, $600 month. Call Jenny 620-665-1007 or 620-662-0583 701 E 9th, 3 bedroom, central heat/air, garage, $500/500, 620-474-0745 801 E Sherman, 3 bedroom, partial basement, 2 car garage, $695/600, 620-474-0369 1612 W 4th, House H, 3 bedroom, central h/a, water paid, $475/475, 620-474-0745 Haven: Extra nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath, garage, $675/675, 620-465-7748, In Haven: 2 extra nice, 3 bedroom homes, 620-465-7748, Nice 1bedroom with den, appliances, carpet, walk in shower, lease, deposit, No pets, $345 + gas & electric 620-665-0258

Storage for Rent


6,000sq.ft. Warehouse with office and overhead doors. $600/month. 620-664-1916 Shop, Warehouse, 40x100, 309-S-Washington $450.00 month 620-6639539 ext 209



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plevna kansas very large lot mobile home or recreational home ok only 10 min. from Hutchinson also close to Wichita utilities 3600 or owner will carry for only 100mo zero int. zero down 620-532-1093

Nice studio with carpet, drapes, air, $285 + electric, lease, deposit, No pets, 620-665-0258


Buying and Hauling running or not autos, trucks, and


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2007 Chrysler 300C Hemi, Loaded with only 80,000 Miles, Metallic Dark Blue with Gray leather interior, Good Tires, Great condition, Runs great $13,000 OBO Call 620-727-5525 or 620-727-1861 for more details


Apartments - Unfurn. 821 Apartment for Rent 10 W. Ave A. 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Living Room, Kitchen. Upstairs Apartment. $450/month. Call 662-7152.

autos, trucks, and

1974 Ford Ranchero 500, 107K, 302 V8, factory AC, power steering, $4,950. 316-640-3921

Farm Equipment




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. Fixer Upper, 1 possibly 2 bedrooms, $10,000. obo. Call, 620-200-5861 for details. Land Contract, 306 W 13th, Remodeled, 2 bedroom, Central Air, $2000 down, $400 monthly, 620-474-4247

sylvia kansas 3 BR. 1 BA. large lot with a great fix upper home, buy the lot for only 3600 and get the house free this price is firm because this property is worth thousands more 620-532-1093


Investment Property 960

Cimarron, Kansas Own one of only four authentic landmarks from Dodge City’s Old West history, the Cimarron Hotel, established in 1886 as The New West Hotel. Where the cowboys went to get the heck out of Dodge. $385,000 Brent at


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