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TODAY 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.

RODNEY CARRINGTON WHERE: Kansas Star Arena, 777 Kansas Star Drive, Mulvane WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday COST: $28-$48 WEB:

7:30 p.m. “The Shape of Things” (today, Friday and Saturday), Burnett Center, Bethany College, 335 E. Swensson, Lindsborg. Tickets are $7, or $5 for seniors and students or faculty from other colleges and high schools. This is a mature play with adult themes. 7:30 p.m. Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita. Tickets are $22.50 to $33.50. 9 p.m. Holiday Open House at Apron Strings, 201 S. Main St., Hutchinson.


FRIDAY 5 p.m. Art exhibit reception, Hutchinson Art Center, 405 N. Washington St., Hutchinson. Reception for new the new exhibit “A Visit From Old Friends: Works From the Hutchinson Art Association Collection.” Free and open to the public.

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Photography by Linda Laird, of Grain Elevator Press, is on display in the lobby of the First National Bank, 1 N. Main St. The lobby is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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. 7:30 p.m. Rodney Carrington, Kansas Star Arena, 777 Kansas Star Drive, Mulvane. Tickets are $28 to $48. 8 p.m. Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans, McPherson Opera House, 219 S. Main St., McPherson. Tickets are $7 to $22. 8 p.m. Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, The Orpheum, 200 N. Broadway St., Wichita. Tickets are $15 to $75. 8 p.m. Cheech & Chong Up In Smoke Tour, First Council Event Center, 12875 N. Highway 77, Newkirk, Okla. Also featuring War and Tower of Power. Tickets are $57.50 general admission or $125 VIP. 9 p.m. Brett Riley Comedy Show (Friday and Saturday), 14 North, 14 N. Main St., Hutchinson.

SATURDAY 7 a.m. Dominican Sisters Bazaar, Dominican Sisters, 3600 Broadway Ave, Great Bend. For more information, call (620) 7921242. 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. 7 p.m. Joseph Hall Rocks Elvis, McPherson Opera House, 219 S. Main St., McPherson. Tickets are $16 to $24. 7:30 p.m. Touch, Historic Newton Fox Theatre, 518 Main St., Newton. Tickets are $60 reserved. 8 p.m. Rickie Lee Jones, Stiefel Theater, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Tickets are $38. 8 p.m. Reckless Kelly with Matt Skinner Band, The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita. Tickets are $15 to $18.

SUNDAY 7 p.m. Theresa Caputo Live: The Experience, Century II, 225 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita. Tickets are $39.75 to $89.75. 7 p.m. So You Think You Can Dance Live, Hartman Arena, 8151 N. Hartman Arena Drive, Park City. Tickets are $50. 7 p.m. Brian Regan, The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St.,

Wichita. Tickets are $42.50.

MONDAY 9 p.m. Smallville comic book/”Man of Steel” midnight release, Hastings, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson.

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(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.

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

5:30 p.m. Nehemiah Challange Banquet, Central Christian School, 1910 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by a music program performed by CCS middle and high school students. For reservations or more information, call (620) 663-2174. The public is welcome and tickets are $20 per person.

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

NOV. 16

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

8 a.m. Trinity's Treasures Holiday Shopper Fundraiser, Trinity United Methodist Church, 1602 N. Main St., Hutchinson.

10 a.m. Book fair, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center conference room A and D, 1701 E. 23rd Ave., Hutchinson. Proceeds to Hospital Auxiliary.

9 a.m. Coffe, crafts & pastries, Grace Bible Church, 1221 E. 33rd Ave., Hutchinson.

4 p.m. Fund for Hutchinson Awards Ceremony, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, 1100 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. 5 p.m. Fish Fry, Galva Senior Center, 218 S. Main, Galva. A free will donation will be accepted. 7:30 p.m. “A Piece of My Heart” (Nov. 14-16), Hutchinson High School Performing Arts Center, 810 E. 13th Ave. 7:30 p.m. HCC Theatre presents “Othello” (Nov. 14-16), Hutchinson Community College B.J. Warner Recital Hall, 600 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson.

NOV. 15 10 a.m. Knife Sharpening, Apron Strings, 201 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Prices depend on size/type of knife. 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe at Cool Beans at the Depot 209 N. Walnut, Hutchinson. 1 p.m. “Cooking Can Be Murder”

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NOV. 22 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe at Cool Beans at the Depot 209 N. Walnut, Hutchinson. 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

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10:30 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.

10:30 a.m. Story time, Hastings Books, Music and Video, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson.

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) 6726352. No tickets required.

7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance, Elmdale Community Center, 400 E. Ave. E Hutchinson. John Orlowski will call the squares.

7:30 p.m. “All Hands on Deck,” Fox Theatre, 18 E. First Ave., Hutchinson. Tickets are $25 to $35.

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. 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.

NOV. 24 1 p.m. Festival of Trees (through Dec. 15), Shafer Art Gallery, 245 N.E. 30 Road, Great Bend.

NOV. 28 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird


POP EVIL (with THE LETTER BLACK) DECEMBER 6, 8 P.M. WHERE: The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $15-$20 PHONE: (316) 722-4201 WEB: CHASE RICE (with A THOUSAND HORSES) DECEMBER 12, 8 P.M. WHERE: The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg St., Wichita ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $15 PHONE: (316) 722-4201 WEB: THE BEACH BOYS DECEMBER 19, 7 P.M. WHERE: Hartman Arena, 8151 N. Hartman Arena Drive, Park City ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: Starting at $29.50 PHONE: (316) 927-3999 WEB:

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.

NOV. 29 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe at Cool Beans at the Depot 209 N. Walnut, Hutchinson.

NOV. 30 10:30 a.m. Story time, Hastings Books, Music and Video, 416 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. 1 p.m. Santas Around the World, 1223 Main St., Great Bend. 5 p.m. Home for the Holidays Parade & Christmas Festival, Downtown Great Bend. After the parade, stay downtown for the lighting of the mayor's Christmas tree, visit with Santa, free ice skating, horse drawn carriage rides, nativity portraits, train rides, cookies, hot chocolate and more. 5 p.m. Trail of Lights (through Dec. 31), Great Bend. 6 p.m. Free Ice Skating (through Dec. 28), Jack Kilby Courthouse Square, 1400 Main St., Great Bend. Hours: 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

DEC. 2 7:30 p.m. HCC Holiday Choral Concert, Stringer Fine Arts Center, B.J. Warner Recital Hall, 600 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson.

DEC. 3 6 p.m. Family Soup & Supper Craft Night, Dillon Nature Center, 3002 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson. For families with children ages 3 and older – each person must register. Cost is $7, or $5.60 for DNC members.




‘LAST VEGAS’ FLICK NOT WORTH GAMBLING ON Oh, if movies were only as good as their previews and television ads. Unfortunately, “Last Vegas,” which will draw many people to theaters because of a star-studded cast, is not one of those films. There is at least five minutes of good comedy in this onehour, 45-minute offering. (If you’ve seen the ads and trailers, you’ve seen the best it has to offer.) The premise isn’t bad. Four guys pushing or past 70 go to “Sin City” to stage a bachelor party for one of their group (Michael Douglas), who is about to marry a girl half his age after shunning marriage all these years. He eventually falls for an older woman who sings to a mostly empty cocktail lounge, and there’s tension between Douglas and one of his buddies, Robert De Niro, who was recently widowed, although his dead wife once nearly married Douglas. Kevin Kline is set free in Vegas by his wife, who gives him a condom and tells him to revisit his fading sexual desires while attending the bachelor party. Actor Morgan Freeman, who completes the foursome, gets some of the

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better humorous lines as he manages to slip away from his protective son by saying he’s going to a church event rather than chasing women in Vegas. The film falls flat with predictable and forced dialogue that appears written by a 5year-old, and the best acting is actually by Douglas love interest Mary Steenburgen. There’s enough crudeness, sexual content, glorification of drinking and alcohol to make “Last Vegas” qualify for an R rating, although it carries only a PG-13 rating. There was laughter at appropriate times among the audience when I attended, and, ticket-wise, this film will

probably do well. However, it is not well-scripted, has no standout performances and, without the star power, would fall flatter than a proverbial pancake. If you’re not 50 and above, don’t bother to darken the door, as the appeal is strictly for those growing up several decades ago. Two out of a possible four stars for “Last Vegas,” and a lot of lost opportunities. It could have been different had someone who knew how to write dialogue and direct good talent been allowed to take on the challenge rather than what we see on the screen. DAN DEMING Hutchinson


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Faced with an enemy even Odin and Asgard can't withstand, Thor embarks on his most perilous journey yet.

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:35pm(3D) 7:00pm Saturday: 1:30, 4:00, 7:00, (3D) 1:00, 7:00pm Sunday: 1:30, 4:00, (3D) 1:00, 7:00pm



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

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




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

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

Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld




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

Friday: 4:10, 7:10, 9:45pm Saturday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:45pm Sunday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10pm

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, 9:50pm Saturday: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 9:50pm 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: 4:10, 7:10, 9:25pm (3D) 4:20pm Saturday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:25pm (3D) 4:20pm Sunday: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10pm (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, 9:50pm Saturday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 9:50pm Sunday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20pm

Thor: The Dark World (3D)

Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston


Gravity (3D)

Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris


Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2

Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Will Forte

Ender's Game







Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Brandon T. Jackson




The son of Poseidon and his friends embark on a quest to the Sea of Monsters to find the mythical Golden Fleece.

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.

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Directed by Daniel Ferguson




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

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Above: Three peas in a pod.

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EL DORADO – This weekend is a time to honor veterans who have fought vigilantly to preserve a free nation. For six years, the World War II History Center in El Dorado has recreated some battles from World War II to honor veterans. The World War II Reenacting Corps will show “Outskirts of Insigny” (a WWII Public Battle) on the grounds of the Butler County History Center and Oil Museum in El Dorado. The “battle” starts at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Prior to this, weapons and uni-

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Dorado. Those who get to town early enough can watch the Veterans Day Parade through downtown El Dorado at 11 a.m. A free hot dog feed will take place at the end of the parade. For more information, visit While you’re in El Dorado, check out some of what has called the “must see” spots. Of course, there is the Butler County History Center and Kansas Oil Museum, the site of the re-enactment. Learn about the influence of the oil boom in Butler County and learn about the Flint

Hills. The Coutts Museum of Art, 110 N. Main St., is a not-for-profit museum that has more than 1,000 pieces, including Prairie Printmakers’ prints as well as works by Thomas Hart Benton, Frederic James and other regional painters. The Baseball Hall of Fame, a not-for-profit museum, 210 N. Griffith, is on the site of McDonald Stadium. It features memorabilia from local “boys of summer” heroes. For more details about what to do in El Dorado, visit

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When Elizabeth Smart came to Hutchinson, I knew I had to see her speak. Her kidnapping and rescue captivated the nation. I was impressed that the brave girl could endure so much and come out smiling, boldly speaking to crowds and to the media. She was captivating, eloquent, and always had straightforward answers when she spoke. But she didn’t leave much behind. When her book was released in early October, I knew I had to check it out. It’s aptly titled “My Story.” It’s amazing, yet heartbreaking, that she is able to recall every detail of the kidnapping that changed her life. She has told several media outlets that the book gives 100 percent details about her ordeal. She’s not exaggerating. In case you have lived under a rock – or if you did in 2002, the year Smart was kidnapped – she was taken while being threatened with a knife by Brian David Mitchell, who took her up a trail to the mountains behind her Salt Lake City home on June 5, 2002. He and Wanda Eileen Barzee kept Smart captive for nine months, moving her from Utah to California. She was raped daily and forced to drink alcohol and do drugs.


CHEECH & CHONG UP IN SMOKE TOUR (with WAR and TOWER OF POWER) WHERE: First Council Event Center, WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday 12875 N. Highway 77, Newkirk, Okla. COST: $57.50 general admission or $125 VIP WEB:

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Elizabeth Smart, who spent nine months in captivity after being kidnapped as a child, discusses her ordeal during the Barbara Peirce Memorial Lecture of the Ray and Stella Dillon Lecture Series on April 16 at the Sports Arena.

She held on to hope when she remembered her family. The most impressive part of her book and her speech is her advice to anyone who has dealt with a hardship. I remember she said it when she

spoke in Hutchinson. It was advice that was given to her by her mother the day after she was rescued: Her mother told her that the best punishment for her kidnapper was to be happy and to move for-

ward with her life. As for her kidnappers, Mitchell was sentenced to life in prison in 2011, for kidnapping and rape. Barzee was sentenced to 15 years in prison. While the book gives every detail of her kidnapping, it demonstrates hope for anyone who is struggling. She got through a nightmare and has become an advocate for those who have dealt with the same thing. She helped with the promotion of the National Amber Alert system and is a proponent of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. I would encourage anyone who was captivated by Smart’s story to read the book. There are highs and lows to her journey to freedom. The book is available now at almost all retailers.







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MUSICIAN RETURNING TO METRO RELISHES STORYTELLING BY TIM SCHRAG For The Bee Arkansas City native Jonathan Fleig spent a great deal of his early adulthood trying to escape from the small-town Kansas lifestyle he was raised in. At age 25,

he headed west to California with dreams of being a rock star. After living there for about five years and doing various stints playing in a band, he returned to Kansas feeling rich with life experience but burnt out from the music scene. “It’s a long story,” he said

with a chuckle. A 2010 release, “The Great Awakening” with the band Soup, received widespread college radio airplay. It was nominated by the 21st Los Angeles Music Awards in two categories – Americana Artist of the Year and Best Americana single for the song “Enemy.” In late 2012, Fleig released his newest album, “Strange Caravan.” Fleig attempted a national tour with a band in 2012, starting in California and ending in Carolina. Along the way it became apparent his act was about to go solo. Band members would leave the group before the tour ended and Fleig elected to finish the tour on his own. While he was in Kentucky volunteering to play for some patients at a mental institution, before an actual performance Fleig had an epiphany: He enjoyed making people feel better by telling stories. “It’s less about trying to be a rock star and more about

IF YOU GO WHO: Jonathan Fleig WHEN: 7:30 p.m. WHERE: Metropolitan Coffee, 1329 E. 17th Ave. MORE INFO:

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Jonathan Fleig performs at Metropolitan Coffee on March 8.

being a storyteller,” he said. Eventually Fleig settled in Emporia, which is where he said he wants to be. “I fought like hell to get out of smalltown Kansas,” he said. “At some point along the way I fought to get back and I’ve come to accept that I’m a Kansan. I’m very proud of that.” In 2013 he was joined by drummer Ben Russell and bassist Colin Jones to form The Flint Hills, named for their geographical home base and earthy.

Fleig considers himself a storyteller first and foremost. “So, it’s a special thing for me when I stumble across one who still runs free,” he said. “Sustaining himself on music. Forsaking known paths of much greater ease. Making the sacrifice. Knowing the game’s plum crooked but playing anyway. Serving the song.” He now tours mostly around Kansas. On Saturday Fleig will perform at Metropolitan Coffee from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The venue is one he has

played several times. “It’s all new to people,” Fleig said of his performance. Almost all of the songs Fleig sings are original works written by him. He is currently recording an album made up solely of live performances and an outdoor recording called “Road to Nowhere.” Inspired by the recent passing of his father, Fleig is attempting to capture an essence of both his life and his home state. Fleig described the album as some of the most upbeat music he has ever written despite the loss of his father. With the help of a Los Angeles producer, Fleig is producing this album in locations across Kansas. “I don’t know how to do anything that’s not from my heart,” he said. “We’re allowing the wind, the sun and the rain to have a voice in this. We wanted the elements to have a soul in the album. It’s about real life.” In addition to the album, Fleig is producing a documentary to go alongside the journey he’s taking through Kansas. For more information about the “Road to Nowhere” project, visit

Reception to launch art exhibit’s opening BY THE BEE STAFF The Hutchinson Art Center, 405 N. Washington St., is dusting off some favorites from its personal collection for a new exhibit that will open this week. To celebrate the opening of the exhibit, titled “A Visit from Old Friends: Works from the Hutchinson Art Association Collection,” a free reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. The public is invited to attend and enjoy the food and music – courtesy of the Almost Jazz Band – that will be offered. For more details, call the art center at (620) 663-1081 or email




‘Man of Steel’ sets sights on Hastings festivities

Photos courtesy of Pretty Prairie High School

Above and below: Pretty Prairie High and Middle School students gear up for their presentation of “Once Upon a Mattress,” which will be held Friday through Sunday in the high school auditorium.

PRETTY PRAIRIE TO PRESENT BROADWAY’S ‘MATTRESS’ BY THE BEE STAFF Pretty Prairie High School and Middle School will present “Once Upon a Mattress” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in the middle school auditorium. The musical, by Mary Rogers and Marshall Barer, is most well-known for its Broadway opening featuring Carol Burnett as Princess Winnifred, and then years later Burnett starred once again, playing the overbearing Queen Aggravain in the movie version. The story takes place in a medieval castle where the talkative queen and her mute king are interviewing princesses to marry their son. The queen has made the test so difficult that no princess can pass it, and no one can be married until the

prince acquires a wife. The plot has many twists and turns and secrets no one expects. Tickets cost $8 at the door, or reserve tickets are $5 in advance by calling the high school office at (620) 459-6313 or the middle school at (620)

459-6911. This year, with the food banks so low and the holidays approaching, tickets are offered for $5 for anyone bringing any nonperishable items. All items go directly to area families, and there are many in need this year.

Superman is on his way to Smallville: His movie is here to stay. Hastings, 416 E. 30th Ave., will celebrate the superhero’s movie release “Man of Steel” starting at 9 p.m. Monday. Artist Christopher Wietrick, who works at the store, will have an original comic book that shows new comparisons between Hutchinson and Smallville, the home of Superman’s alter ego, Clark Kent. The night will have trivia, a costume contest and Wietrick’s comic “A Guide to the Real Smallville – Home of Clark Kent.”

For more information, call the store or contact Wietrick at cwietrick@

Yuletide in Yoder: Food, shopping, elves and more YODER – It’s not too early to celebrate Christmas in downtown Yoder. Yoder Merchants will celebrate the Christmas season from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Stores will be open for Christmas shopping. Activities on Saturday include carriage rides, refreshments, merchant specials, a bake sale, an open-air market, and cookie chaos with Santa’s elves. For more details, call

Cindy Mastro at (620) 4652505.

Store to host ‘sampler’ for latest cookbooks Try it before you buy it. Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., has tested out some recipes from the newest cookbooks. It will have a tasting from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Browse the cookbooks, taste samples and hear reviews. There will also be wine. All cookbooks ordered during the event are 20 percent off. The cost is $5. Tickets may be purchased in the store or online at For more information, call (620) 259-6868.



MS MARVEL RETURNS AS A 16-YEAR-OLD MUSLIM BY MATT MOORE Associated Press Marvel Comics is bringing Ms. Marvel back as a 16-yearold daughter of Pakistani immigrants living in Jersey City named Kamala Khan. The character – among the first to be a series protagonist who is both female and Muslim – is part of Marvel Entertainment’s efforts to reflect a growing diversity among its readers while keeping ahold of the contemporary relevance that have underlined its foundation since the creation of Spider-Man and the X-Men in the early 1960s. Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Adrian Alphona, working with editor Sana Amanat, say the series reflects Khan’s vibrant but kinetic world, learning to deal with superpowers, family expectations and adolescence. Amanat calls the series a “desire to explore the Muslim-American diaspora from an authentic perspective.” and what it means to be young and lost amid expectations by others while also telling the story of a teenager coming to grips with having amazing powers. “I wanted Ms. Marvel to be true-to-life, something real people could relate to, partic-

ularly young women. High school was a very vivid time in my life, so I drew heavily on those experiences – impending adulthood, dealing with school, emotionally charged friendships that are such a huge part of being a teenager,” said Wilson, a convert to Islam whose previous comics work includes the graphic novel “Cairo” and series “Air” from Vertigo. “It’s for all the geek girls out there and everybody else who’s ever looked at life from the fringe.” This Ms. Marvel can grow and shrink her limbs and her body and, Wilson said, ultimately, she’ll be able to shape shift into other forms. The idea came after a discussion with senior editor Stephen Wacker as he and Amanat, a Muslim-American, compared stories about growing up. From there it germinated into a “character for all those little girls who are growing up now the way you are growing up,” she recalled. Wilson was brought on board to write the series and the team quickly got approval from Marvel’s creative committee to move forward. DC Comics last fall relaunched its “Green Lantern” series with Simon Baz, an Arab Ameri-

can and Muslim. The character reflects writer Geoff Johns’ Lebanese ancestry and his upbringing in the Detroit area. There have been a few others: Marvel Comics has Dust, a young Afghan woman whose mutant ability to manipulate sand and dust has been part of the popular XMen books. DC Comics in late 2010 introduced Nightrunner, a young Muslim hero of Algerian descent reared in Paris. The creative team said that Khan’s backstory, growing up Muslim, is an element of the story, but not the critical foundation, either. “Kamala is not unlike Peter Parker,” said Marvel Editor-In-Chief Axel Alonso of the teenager turned wall crawler. “She’s a 16-year-old girl from the suburbs who is trying to figure out who she is and trying to forge an identity when she suddenly bestows great power and learns the great responsibility that comes with it.”






PAGE 14 HUTCHBEE.COM Help Wanted 120 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

Help Wanted


Communities In Schools of Kansas (CISK) is seeking a

CISK Site Coordinator for Hutchinson High School. The Site Coordinator will coordinate services for students and

Positions Wanted


Have openings in my daycare, State licensed, Reasonable rates, 17 years Experience, 620-663-3322

Live In/CareGiver would like to care for the elderly. 14 years experience-CNA 785-656-2404

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.

Help Wanted 120 Fence Installer - Pay according to experience. Apply in person at 507 North Whiteside, Hutchinson, Ks 8am to 5pm

families while working with community partners and volunteers, as well as

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implement programs and activities based upon the specific needs of the school to help students succeed. A Bachelor’s degree or demonstrated relevant equivalent

General labor & concrete workers. Medical ins., paid holidays, paid vacations, retirement plan. Drug screen and physical required. Apply at, 506 N. Whiteside 620-663-1241

experience in education, social work or related field is required. For complete Site Coordinator job description see Compensation in the lower $30’s. Health benefits available December 1, 2013. CISK is an Equal

Immediate opening for EXPERIENCED Aluminum Welders Starting pay based on experience. Competitive benefits package. Call Mike Wood or Marvin Neville at 800-301-3487. Neville Welding, Kingman

Opportunity Employer.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by November 11th to

Help Wanted 120 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

Janitorial Floor Tech, part time, first shift, position available with competitive pay in Sterling, KS. Please email resume to or call 316-519-7090

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Jackson Dairy is looking for a dedicated professional to join our World Class Maintenance Team! 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! Knowledge and experience working on and troubleshooting manufacturing in the

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Drivers 123 Class A CDL Driver, Home nights & weekends, Off on holidays. Apply at 701 E 2nd, 9am-4pm. No phone calls

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

Drivers: GREAT HOMETIME! Paid Weekly/Full Benefits! CDL-A w/Hazmat; 1year Experience; 23YOA. 1-800-682-2750

Food Services/ Restaurants 125 Night Help Needed, Must be reliable & able to work weekends. Apply at Taco Hut, 600 E. 30th, between 2pm and 5pm. No phone calls please!

Medical Help


The Summit announces the opening of a perioperative registered nurse. This position will report to the Summit Surgical supervisor and be cross trained in pre-op, post-op and the operating room. This full time position requires current RN licensure in the state of Kansas and current BLS certification. Candidates should have at least 1 year of experience in a hospital setting. Additional experience in an operating room 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.


“Serving the Better Part of Kansas”


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 OPPORTUNITIES: Painting/Remodeling  Maintenance/Repairs Must have transportation. Rane Management 14 East 2nd, Hutchinson 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

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We are currently seeking full time seasonal help for Assembly For our Sprayer Manufacturer Company. Must be able to lift 75lbs, Dependable transportation, NO phone calls. Please apply in person: 7000 Schaben Court Newton, KS 67114.



Form setters & finishers needed for an ongoing project in McPherson, Ks, call for details 816-916-5314



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

Cemetery Lots


Plots 1, 2, 3 & 4, Lot 359 - Section 8 with 2 vaults in Fairlawn. $4200, 620-899-5238

Special Notices


Accepting bids. The YMCA of Hutchinson and Reno County Child Care Center is now accepting bids for lunches provided to 27 children and adults. Bids must be received no later than 11-12-13 at 5pm. Bids will open on 11-13-13 at the YMCA Child Care Center. 1716 E 13th Ave. For bid specifications call Heather Nelson at 620-662-1203



Adoption-loving couple will cherish your baby, offering a life of security & endless love. Expenses Paid. Lori & Jeff 1-888-642-9650




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Garage Sales


407 E. 12th: Bazaar/Rummage Sale. Saturday, November 9th 8am-2pm, at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Cinnamon rolls & coffee served early-homemade soups and desserts (including apple dumplings) 11am-1pm. There will also be crafts, quilts, baked items including homemade pies & candies, cakes, cookies, jelly & plants. Large rummage sale in the gym with $2 sack sale at 1:00p.m.


PAGE 16 HUTCHBEE.COM Garage Sales 410 3305 Lakeview Rd: Saturday 7am-3pm, China, kitchenware, art work, sewing machine, furniture, antiques, toys, rocking chair, exercise bike. Everything must go!!!! Food


BOY SCOUT POPCORN Unbelievable butter Microwave, 18 ct $20.00; Butter Light Microwave, 18 ct $20.00; Caramel Corn w/Almonds & Pecans $20.00; Kettle Corn $15.00; Classic Caramel Corn $10.00; call 620-899-7262 until 15th

POLK’S FAMOUS roasted & salted peanuts

POLK’S IN MEDORA, Open 1-7 everyday until Christmas, 620-543-6628



I buy Antique Furniture 620-728-0204 Please Leave message

Medical Equipment 445 Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair, Never used, list over $5300, Best offer over $2200. 620-663-1938 Wheelchair (transit type), heavy duty, wide seat, like new. $75, 620-422-3264



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

Lawn & Garden 465 Call THE STUMP GUY

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


For Stump Removal, Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/ Clean-up, Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work & Sprinkler Systems

FREE ESTIMATES Call Darren at 620-727-5777

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





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

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




2 really nice powder coated steel benches with Ford Logo, $475 each, 620-463-4331 or 620-664-2549(cell)

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

CLOSED Saturday & Sunday Tuesday through Saturday’s Deadline for Classified ads, 3:30pm the day before. Sunday’s and Mondays Deadline for Classified ads, 4:30pm, Friday Call 1-800-766-5704 or 620-694-5704 to place your ad. 

Electric Lincoln Impenger Pizza conveyer, cooks pizza in 6 to 7 minutes, 620-384-9627 Honda 200 3-wheeler in running condition. $500 or best offer 620-474-3406

Merchandise 480 KOLCRAFT tot rider 2 (walker); GRACO baby swing, 6 speed, 15 songs, timer; both neutral colors, excellent condition, Wooden rocking baby cradle, your choice $25.00 each. Call today, (620) 474-7870 LEE Men’s XL denim jean jacket; 4 outside & 2 inside pockets, light-medium stone wash, maybe worn three times, excellent condition $45.00 Call today, (620) 474-7870 PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal,


Small tumbler supplies for small tumblers. 620-663-7490

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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 HIRE A SON, looking to make your life easier! Specializing in home repairs, yard work, computer tech, or just a ride to an appoinment. NO JOB TO SMALL! CALL JIM 620-314-0119 or email Discounts for Senior Citizens!

Home Improvement Cleaning Services L.R.S. Construction LLC, For Cleaning from top to bottom and everything in between. Insured, Licensed and Bonded, 15 years experience. Commercial & Residential CLEANING WIZARDS, INC. 620-727-2926

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

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

T.J.’s Construction  Services  620-200-1749 Commercial/ Residential Concrete Metal Building Repair

Handyman Lawn Care

To Place An Ad in the Service Directory Call: 620-694-5704 or Toll Free 800-766 5704

Jim’s Painting Service Interior/Exterior Free estimates Residential/Commercial Over 30 years of Experience 620-694-9107 or 465-2417

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

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

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

Asphalt Sealing

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


Call THE STUMP GUY For Stump Removal, Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/ Clean-up, Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work & Sprinkler Systems

FREE ESTIMATES Call Darren at 620-727-5777

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

Schools/Education EARLY EDUCATION CENTER Check us out at: Services AMERICAN RED CROSS Check us out at: BIG BROTHERS & BIG SISTERS Check us out at: BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA - CAMP KANZA Check us out at ELMDALE WELLNESS CENTER Check us out at: EMERGENCY ENERGY FUND Check us out at: FIRST CALL FOR HELP Check us out at: FOOD BANK OF RENO COUNTY Check us out at: GIRL SCOUT WHEATBELT COUNCIL Check us out at: HEALTHY FAMILIES Hutchinson Check us out at:


Services INTERFAITH HOUSING SERVICES, INC. Check us out at: KANSAS LEGAL SERVICES 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:

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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Pets For Sale


7 Weeks old Papillions, 2 males, 1 female, dew claws removed/1st shots, 620-272-4100

No business accounts. Private Party Only.

 Wanted To Buy


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

75% Wolf pups, Want more?


Brittany puppies, purebred, males only, wormed/shots, both parents on site. 316-772-0704


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2013 Pets For Sale


Dogue de Bordeaux puppies CKC, $1,350 303-243-0997 Pom & Cavapoo puppies, males & females, $285 each, 620-257-5606

Domestic Auto




Buying and Hauling running or not autos, trucks, and tractors. in any

Purebred German Shepherd puppies, Farm Raised, $225. 620-489-6450



FREE Outdoor & Farm Kittens. Mixed colors, 620-727-1330

condition. Best Prices Paid!! 620-665-4040

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

908 E 17th, 2 bedrooms, $425, water/trash paid, 620-200-7785 or 620-664-5358

batteries & scrapmetal,


Domestic Trucks


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


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

4 Wheel Drive


4010LP 3pt. 46 loader, good rubber, dual hyd., 4010Lp 3pt., good loader, good rubber & paint, $8,500 pair. 620-770-2410

Excellent 2009 4x4, 1 Ton, F-350, Super Duty Pickup, flatbed, heavy duty bumper and grill. One Owner, 93,600 mi. 620-770-2803

853A JD row head, $14500, 316-835-2325 or 316-772-6912

Jeep Wrangler YJ 1988, many parts replaced, new valve job. $5,500 620-241-3707

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



Certified: Duster, Everest, Jagger, Southwind, Overley. James HarrisLangdon 620-596-2363 Dairy Quality net wrapped alfalfa round bales, delivery available. 620-793-2368



16 Bred Angus heifers, home raised, pelvic measured, calfhooded, calve in Feb. or March, $2000 a head, 620-669-7355. Kelly Schmucker, Abbeyville Paying $28 per acre for 160 acre minimum, grass pasture w/good fence & water, 620-285-5323

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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix, 61K, loaded, very nice with new tires, $7,300, dealer will trade. 620-200-5399

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2000 Ford Focus, auto, 4 cyl., 4 dr. full power, 116k, $4500, 620-755-3274

Ford Fusion SE, 2009 4 cylinder, automatic transmission, one owner, $8,000. 620-327-7313

Farm Equipment

Apartments - Furn. 820 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.



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



2005 Holiday Rambler, alumascape, 31ft 5th wheel, 2 slide, very good quality, excellent condition. Would sell 05 Ford F250 cru cab diesel, 80k with RV. As a unit $37,500 RV only $19,500, 620-242-9266 2011 Tracer Ultra Lite by Prime Time, Model 195 Micro, 22’ self contained, never used, many extras, mini van towable, 620-669-9350

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1017 N Main, #7, large 2 bedroom, No Pets, water paid, $380/300 620-474-0369 1410 N. Washington, 2 bedroom , washer/dryer hook-ups, $425/$425. 620-664-5358 or 200-7785 3117 Belmont, Apt D, 2 bedroom, central heat/air, $400/400, 620-474-0745 EXTRA NICE 4-PLEX 2 BEDROOMS W/D HOOK-UPS NEW CARPET, D/W, STOVE & FRIDGE. CARPORTS AVAILABLE $550 & $600 WATER & TRASH PAID 620-200-2311


Homes - Unfurn. 831 541 East C, nice 3 bedroom, unfinished basement, central heat/air, $495/400, 620-474-3582 701 E 9th, 3 bedroom, central heat/air, garage, $500/500, 620-474-0745 902 N Hendricks, clean 2 bedroom house, stove & refrigerator furnished, $475/300, 620-200-5427 1009 E 13th, very nice 3 bedroom, garage, fenced in back yard new appliances, no pets, references required. $725/$600 620-662-8648 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: 1 bedroom, 5 room home, appliances furnished, storage shed, Remodeled & carpeted, $375 + deposit. Call for details. 620-474-1112

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

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

HIGHLANDS GOLF Course, large 1 bedroom, beautiful, views, $395/deposit. No P/S/D 620-200-7484 Nice, clean,

quiet, 1 bedroom. coin laundry, 716 E. 4th, 208 E. B, bills paid, $350 & up, 662-8176

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

 Pool, Storm Shelter Balcony. 326 East 1st, Suite D 669-5008, After Hours669-7777/ 669-7070 STUDIO, 1 & 2 BEDROOMS $375 TO



300 Hyde Park Dr., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, finished basement, installment contract to qualified purchaser, 620-664-2969 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.

$475 YOU PAY ELECTRIC 401 E AVE A, HUTCH 620-200-2311



1002(A) E. 23rd, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, basement, no pets, $700/$700. 620-960-3624 103-B Norman, 2 bedroom, range, refrigerator, garage, perfect for retirees, no pets $435/300. 620-665-7655 110-1/2 E. 6th, South Hutch, stove, refrigerator, water paid, no pets, $300/200. 620-474-4247 North East location. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, No step entry, covered patio, lawn care & snow removal provided. No Pets/ Smoking, $900/900. 620-727-1323

Sylvia KS 3 bedroom, 1 bath, home on large lot house is solid but needs remodeling owner will finance with only 500 down and 250 per month for only 60 months 620-532-1093 

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16x60, great condition, large front & back deck, needs to be moved, 620-200-7648 or 620-497-6671

Farm Land for Sale 921 160 acres of farmland, 80 acres could be irrigated, good hunting location, Kingman county, 620-546-3746 Mossy Oak Properties Koelsch Outdoor Properties, LLC 307 N Broadway, St. John, KS

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