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WHERE: United Wireless Arena, 4100 W. Comanche St., Dodge City WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday COST: $15 WEB:

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

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

SATURDAY 7:30 a.m. Reno County Farmers Market at Farmers Market Pavilion Second and Washington, Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Poker 101: Intro to Texas Hold ’em & Casino Play, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum, Hutchinson. Cost: $60. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Basic Computing Skills, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St. A beginner's guide to computing. Cost of $27.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Monarch Mania, Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, 1313A NE 140th Avenue, Stafford. For more information, call (620) 4862393. 9 a.m. Radio Control Airplane flying event, Hutchbunch flying field, 82nd street and Cow Creek. There will be flying demonstrations. Public spectators encouraged to attend. 9 a.m. Funky Flea, 4414 Nickerson Boulevard. 1 p.m. Poker 102: Limit and NoLimit Texas Hold ’em, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum, Hutchinson. Cost: $60. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

SUNDAY 7 a.m. Salt City Run for the Rocks Half Marathon, Carey Park, Hutchinson. For more information or to register, visit or

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

TUESDAY 10:30 a.m. Lt. Joe Schillaci, Dillon Lecture Series, Hutchinson Sports Arena, 700 E. 11th Ave., Hutchinson. Cost: $10,


TICKET BOOTH TOP VIETNAMESE ARTISTS LIVE IN CONCERT OCTOBER 27, 6 P.M. WHERE: Kansas Star Arena, 777 Kansas Star Drive, Mulvane ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $20 PHONE: (316) 719-5000 WEB: THERESA CAPUTO LIVE: THE EXPERIENCE NOVEMBER 10, 7 P.M. WHERE: Century II Convention Hall, 225 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita COST: $39.75-$89.75 PHONE: (316) 264-9121 WEB: JOHN MAYER DECEMBER 1, 7 P.M. WHERE: INTRUST Bank Arena, 500 E. Waterman St., Wichita ON SALE: 10 a.m. Friday COST: $39.50-$69.50 PHONE: (316) 440-9000 WEB: with all students and Hutchinson Community College faculty/staff admitted free. A law-enforcement veteran with 24 years of experience, Schillaci is an expert in criminal investigation.

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

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

SEPT. 27 11:30 a.m. Drum Sax Axe, Cool Beans at the Depot, 209 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson. 7:30 p.m. Kansas Championship

1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Beginning where Poker 101 left off the three common variations of Stud games will be taught. Cost of $60.00. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 1 p.m. Casting, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Create jewelry pieces using lost wax casting, learning both vacuum casting and steam casting. Students will supply their own metal and may work in silver, gold, brass, or bronze. Cost of $47.50, plus materials. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. Courtesy photo

A new special exhibit at Kauffman Museum on the Bethel College campus will highlight the Great Depression. It is on display through Jan. 5. The museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for children ages 6-16 and free to Kauffman Museum members and children under 6. For more information, call (316) 283-1612 or visit

Ranch Rodeo, Pageant Rodeo Arena, 2216 SE Rodeo Drive, Medicine Lodge. Entertainer, Cowboy Balladeer, R.W. Hampton will perform at 6 p.m. prior to Ranch Rodeo.

1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Increase on the skills learned in Silversmithing I class. Cost of $47.50, plus materials. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

8:30 p.m. “Brave,” McPherson Bandshell, 510 N. Lakeside Dr., McPherson. Cost: Free. Rain location is the McPherson Community Building.

9 a.m. Kansas Prepper expo, Jackson County 4H Building, 5th and Dakota, Holton. This is a survival and self-sufficiency exposition featuring everything from bushcraft to high tech solutions to homesteading. For more information, visit KS_Prepper_Expo/Home.html.

SEPT. 28 7:30 a.m. Reno Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Poker 102: Omaha & Omaha Hi-Lo, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Beginning where Poker 101 left off the common variations of Omaha and Omaha Hi-Low-Split and Eight-or-Better will be taught. Cost of $60.00. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Digital Photography, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Cost of $37.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 9 a.m. Silversmithing II, Hutchinson Community College,

10 a.m. Space Out Saturday, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, 1100 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Join Curious George courtesy of KPTS, for Space Out Saturday . Cost: Free 10 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years. 11:30 a.m. Harvey County United Way Chili Cook-Off, Sixth Street between Main and Poplar, Newton. One ticket gets you a chili sample from every booth. All benefits from this familyfriendly event will go to the Harvey County United Way. 1 p.m. Poker 102: Triple Stud: Stud, Stud Hi-Lo, & Razz, Hutchinson Community College,

6:30 p.m. Liberty Quartet at Bethel Mennonite Church 256 8th Avenue, Inman. Liberty Quartet in concert. No admission fee; a love offering will be received. 7 p.m. State Fair Promenaders Square Dance at Elmdale Community Center 400 E. Avenue E, Hutchinson. Gary Titus will call the squares. 7:30 p.m. Doc Severinsen and his Big Band in concert at Fox Theatre 18 East First Ave., Hutchinson. For more information call the office at 620-6635861 or the box office at 620663-1981. 8 p.m. Chris Botti, Stiefel Theatre, 151 S. Santa Fe, Salina. Admission: $51, $67, $77

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

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

Admission: $49

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

OCT. 5 7:30 a.m. Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.

OCT. 7 6 p.m. Trinity Catholic Junior Varsity Football at Trinity Catholic Jr./Sr. High School 1400 E 17th, Hutchinson. Trinity JV vs Sedgwick JV at home.

OCT. 8 6 p.m. Landscape Design, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Cost of $47.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791.

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

OCT. 12 7:30 a.m. Reno Reno County Farmer’s Market, Farmers Market Pavilion, Second Avenue and Washington Street, Hutchinson. 8:30 a.m. Annual Benefit Auction, Mennonite Friendship Communities, 600 W. Blanchard St., South Hutchinson. 9 a.m. Intermediate Computing Skills, Hutchinson Community College, 1300 N. Plum St., Hutchinson. Learn even more about your computer in this intermediate level. Cost: $27.50. For more information or to enroll, call Ann Marie at (620) 727-2791. 10:30 a.m. Storytime, Bluebird Books, 2 S. Main St., Hutchinson. Open to children ages infant to 8 years.





Courtesy of Greg Holmes

Above: An enthusiastic section of the audience raises their red Solo cups during Toby Keith’s concert at the Kansas State Fair on Sunday.

Courtesy of Patsy Terrell

Country Singer Billy Dean performed at the Kansas State Fair on Tuesday night, opening for the Gatlin Brothers. Afterward, he posed for photos and engaged with the public. Courtesy of Greg Holmes

Left: Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd performs at the grandstand during the Kansas State Fair on Saturday.

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MOB CLAN MOVIE IS NO FAMILY FILM There’s plenty of entertainment and pitch-black comedy in a new mafia movie called “The Family,” but before you go just be sure you know what you are getting yourself into. A lot of people would be upset by the extreme violence, crudeness and perhaps record number of ways the “F-word” is used in a show that definitely earns its “R” rating. “The Family” is anything but a family film, but if you have a perverted sense of humor and enjoy a rambling presentation that eventually ties the overall story together nicely, then this movie may be worth your time. Based on a novel about the Manzoni family, the film is set in Normandy, France, where a retired mob boss (Robert De Niro), his wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) and their two teenage children are living in the witness protection program. This, after De Niro has testified against his fellow mobsters, sending them to prison. The film often flashes back to earlier mob

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This film publicity image released by Relativity Media shows, from left, John D'Leo, Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Dianna Agron in "The Family."

days to explain what is happening to the family as they take up residence in France. Those sent to prison desperately want to find the family and settle old scores. Enter, for only a small amount of screen time, Tommy Lee Jones, who plays the

U.S. federal agent in charge of guarding De Niro and his family. The ex-mobsterturned-federal-witness eventually goes to a town-hall meeting where the French review American films and it turns out to be “GoodFellas,” which De Niro stared in

years ago, but is asked to explain this film to his French audience. This just adds to the strange and off-kilter story that, along with the violent, sadistic and intriguing script, provides, as one critic said, “enough moments of

inspiration to warrant a recommendation.” Cautiously, I give “The Family” three stars, but make sure you know what you are getting into and are not easily offended. DAN DEMING Hutchinson

LATEST DOCUMENTARY AT COSMOSPHERE A MUST-SEE GEM Unless you are a Bible or religious scholar, I’m willing to bet you don’t know half of the fascinating and educational information in the Cosmosphere’s latest film, called “Jerusalem.” Most of us will never have an opportunity to visit this cradle-of-civilization city, but thanks to the Carey Digital Dome Theater in Hutchinson you won’t have to spend the money or be concerned about Middle East tensions to get an up-close and personal view of this most fought-over yet sacred land in history. I cannot say enough about the importance and interest in seeing this Cosmosphere offering. It should spark interest among church groups, those keyed into continuing wars and unrest in the Middle East, and anyone simply wanting to learn more about what many consider the center of the world for many cultures. With all the quality of National Geographic backing, “Jerusalem” presents what it is like to live in that deeply divided city today, from the perspective of three teenage girls – Jewish, Christian and Muslim. In a

perfect combination of historical and spiritual storytelling, the 45-minute feature tries to answer why this city has survived while other ancient cities fell into obscurity. Among the many things I learned is why Jerusalem is critical to the Muslin re-

ligion and is the place where Mohammed reportedly ascended into heaven. This film is not about the IsraeliPalestinian conflict, but it helps you better understand by focusing on the history of Jerusalem being “many” cities. Christians will have an opportunity to see and experience some of the most holy sites that form the underpinnings of their beliefs. In brief, this film tells the story of a historic and archaeological “city on a hill that holds the hopes of the world.” Four stars and my urging that you take the time to better inform yourself by experiencing “Jerusalem,” opening Friday and playing daily at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. Hutchinson is uniquely fortunate to have a theater and venue where these kinds of educational yet entertaining films can be seen virtually in your own backyard and at a reasonable price. Take advantage of an opportunity that many other cities, larger and smaller, would love to have but can’t duplicate. DAN DEMING Hutchinson

Heroine’s path from oppression to expression inspires BY DAVINA JAMISON When delving into a selfpublished work, you never know for sure what you’ll get. Books like “You Are Mine,” by Janeal Falor, are precisely the reason I take the gamble. The beautifully told story of Serena, an oppressed girl in a society where women are the property of warlocks, captured me from Page 1. Serena is a fascinating character – a girl with a spark of independence barely held in check by her restrictive society. The strong voice in her head, and the silence she must hold to avoid painful punishments, are at odds. Between the two, they form a strong young woman who, when given the chance, will fight for a different life.


Serena is promised to a young, talented warlock whom she despises. When he dies during a tournament, with all his belongings going to a winner from a foreign land, the course of

her future will change drastically. Serena will struggle to understand her new betrothed – and whether she can trust his tolerance to last. In her experience, all warlocks are abusive and cruel, but he seems to be the exception. She’s lived her life being told that if she doesn’t follow society’s rules she will be tarnished – spelled to be bald, inked and ostracized. Now, as her warlock ignores her small infractions, Serena begins to explore a new way of life. Not everyone will like the boundaries she and her betrothed begin to push. As with any society, fighting its restrictions comes with consequences and rewards. Besides being extremely well-written – I never would have guessed it was selfpublished based on the high

quality – I love the way “You Are Mine” sheds light on what it’s like to experience oppression. Sadly, there are still places in the world today where women’s voices are suppressed and their lives are threatened with violence. Though “You Are Mine” is a fantasy with romantic undertones, it’s more of a journey from oppression to expression. Serena’s evolution from a fearful girl to the strong-willed, independent woman she is meant to be is beautiful to watch. The book is the first in a series. It is available on Kindle or on paperback through Amazon. Davina Jamison writes a book blog at Follow her book updates on Twitter @davinajamison2.



Wichita Opera to bring shows to Kansas casino THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WICHITA – How about a night at the opera, followed by gambling at a casino? The unusual pairing of art and entertainment will be available soon in the Wichita area, thanks to a partnership between the Wichita Grand Opera Inc. and the Kansas Star Arena near Mulvane. Parvan Bakardiev, the opera’s general director, said the opera plans to put on fullscale operas and help bring popular acts to the arena, which had its grand opening in July. The arena served as

the original home of the Kansas Star Casino until the permanent casino opened. The first act booked by the partnership will be Celtic Woman, an Irish musical ensemble, which will perform Dec. 13 and be accompanied by the Wichita Grand Opera Orchestra, The Wichita Eagle reported. The arena can seat up to 6,000 people, compared with the 2,200-seat Century II Concert Hall where the opera usually performs. “We’re excited to have a partnership with an entity that gives us financial, tech-

nical and other support to popularize as well as expose people of regular means to the highest art form of Western culture,” Bakardiev said. Tim Lanier, director of Kansas Star Arena, said the partnership began after he asked Bakardiev if the opera’s orchestra could back Celtic Woman, and they began considering other events. “It certainly expands the frontier for both of us in what we can look for,” Lanier said. “It expands the base of what events we can put on, it gives back to the arts, it also makes business sense.”











Keller Dover faces a parent's worst nightmare when his 6-year-old daughter, Anna, and her friend go missing.

Friday: 3:55, 7:10, 10:30pm Saturday: 12:45, 3:55, 7:10, 10:30pm Sunday: 12:45, 3:55, 7:10pm



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

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




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

Friday: 4:20, 7:20, 10:00pm Saturday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 10:00pm Sunday: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20pm

Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett




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

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

We're The Millers

Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts




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

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

Le Daniel's The Butler

Forest Whitaker, David Oyelowo, Lenny Kravitz




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

Friday: 4:00, 7:00, 9:45pm Saturday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:45pmpm Sunday: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00pm

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan




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

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

Insidious: Chapter 2

Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey




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

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


Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis


The Family

Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee, Michelle Pfeiffer



Vin Diesel, Karl Urban, Jordi Mollà






Now You See Me

Jessie Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Morgan Freeman




An FBI agent and an Interpol detective track a team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money.

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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Titans of the Ice Age

Christopher Plummer




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

Daily: See for showtimes

Friday, Sat., Sun. : 7pm




The one-hour drama revolves around a newly single soccer mom who LOS ANGELES – Jen- inherits a rundown male strip club and unnifer Garner and Fox expectedly finds herself are hitting the strip at the center of a dysclubs together. functional, Fox has given a makeshift family pilot order to the that helps her drama “The take charge of Whole Shebang,” her life. which Garner is Garner’s Vanexecutive producdalia Films is ing along with Japroducing the son Micallef project in associ(“Butter”), who GARNER ation with Warnwrote the pilot. The project has been giv- er Bros. Television, with whom Garner has an en a put-pilot commitoverall deal. ment by the network.



Move over, Felix and Oscar. Here come Florence and Olive. The Hutchinson Community College Theatre Department is presenting “The Female Odd Couple” by Neil Simon, a revision of his earlier comedic hit “The Odd Couple,” which inspired a 1968 film and a few television adaptations and introduced the world to the well-kempt and orderly Felix Ungar and his sloppy, disheveled friend Oscar Madison. The female version offers several gender swaps, beginning with new primary characters Florence Ungar and Olive Madison, played locally by Bethany

IF YOU GO WHAT: “The Female Odd Couple” WHEN: 7:30 p.m. today through Saturday WHERE: Gallery Theatre, Stringer Fine Arts Center, 600 E. 11th Ave. COST: $8 Tickets can be purchased at the Stringer information office during normal business hours. For ticket information, call (620) 665-3503. Manny and Skye Colaw, respectively. Similarly, poker buddies Murray, Speed, Vinnie and Roy have become Trivial Pursuit gal pals Mickie, Sylvie, Vera and Renee, while upstairs neighbors Cecily and Gwendolyn Pigeon are replaced by Manolo and Jesus Costazuela. Other than the role reversals, though, the play retains much of the same plot

as the original, said director Bianca Kunzinger, including Simon’s classic “quirky innuendos and witty banter.” The show has provided a bit of a switch for Kunzinger, too. The Hutchinson native, who currently is working toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Wichita State University, said she has had lots of experience as an actor at HCC, but this will be her first time in the director’s chair. “It is very different, but I like it,” she said. “It’s definitely given me an opportunity to decide what I want to do with my career.”




Smallville’s superhero fanatics and comic book fans will have their weekend. The Hutchinson Public Library will welcome comic book and local artists during its first-ever Graphic Novel and Comic Art festival. Joe Sutliff Sanders, assistant English professor at Kansas State University, will start Saturday’s events at 11:30 a.m. with a discussion on graphic novels, titled “Superman: Secret Identity.” Annette Smith, the library’s project director, said

IF YOU GO WHAT: Graphic Novel and Comic Art Festival WHEN: Starting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday WHERE: Hutchinson Public Library, 901 N. Main St. COST: Free WEB: the festival builds upon the popular Smallville movement, so adding Superman elements makes sense. “The plan is to connect our patrons with each other, with area artists, and with scholars centered with Superman, but also the literature and art of graphic

novels and comics,” she said in a release. At 1:30 p.m., Bryan Dietrich from Newman University in Wichita will discuss “Drawn to Marvel: Pop-Classicism and the Poetry of Comics.” At 2:30 p.m., there will be a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the graphic novel “Capote in Kansas,” by Ande Parks of Baldwin City. At 3:30 p.m., Sanders will give a scholarly exploration of “A Gleeful Science of Comics.” Hutchinson artist John Eberly will give a historical view of underground comics and show how to create a “commix.” Attendees are invited to

check out graphic art by Hutchinson artist Christopher Wietrick. Jesse Juma will have his Batman items displayed, and there will be Marvel comics from Austim Smith’s collection. Anyone who can reveal the identities of 16 mystery action figures from Austin’s collection could win a prize. The contest winner will be announced at the festival, according to the release. The festival is funded by a grant through the Kansas Humanities Council. To register for the book discussion of “Superman: Secret Identity” or to order a brownbag lunch, call Annette Smith at (620) 663-5441 ext. 12 or email

BIGGEST BEERFEST IN AMERICA HEADING TO WICHITA BY KRISTEN RODERICK For The Bee WICHITA – The largest beerfest in the Midwest is happening this weekend in Wichita. The Midwest Beer Fest features more than 350 brews, beer-friendly food and cooking demonstrations. Its big event – The Grand Tasting – is from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Century II’s Expo Hall. It will have more than 350 beers, the fourth-annual Wingfest and a silent auction that benefits the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals and the second Special Beers Reserve Room. Non-alcoholic drinks also will be available for those who want to take it easy. Wingfest participants pay

$5 to try to vote on wings. For more details on the beerfest, visit While you’re there, you can’t say there’s nothing to do in Wichita. There’s plenty. Here are a few of the places you can explore in the air capital, thanks to Coleman Factory Outlet and Museum, 235 N. St. Francis St. – There are more than 2,000 Coleman products at factory pricing. Also see a history of the Wichita-based company; Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 W. Museum Blvd. – This museum is one of the oldest living-history museums in the Midwest. It provides visitors with an experience of “real living” in the Old West;

Exploration Place Inc., 300 N. McLean Blvd. – Bring the kids. This offers hands-on exhibits in flight, geography and more. Kansas Aviation Museum, 3350 S. George Washington Blvd. – This is located at the original Wichita Municipal Airport terminal building. It shows the growth and development of general aviation in Kansas. Kansas Firefighters Museum and Fallen Firefighters Memorial, 1300 S. Broadway St. – The museum is in a 1909 restored firehouse that has vehicles and artifacts from the state’s firefighting history. It is the official firefighters’ museum for the state of Kansas. Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, 515 S. Wichita St. – Located at the old Wichita Boat-

house, the museum uses photos, videos, artifacts and interaction to show Kansas sports history. Mid-America All-Indian Center, 650 N. Seneca St. – This museum features changing exhibits and traditional and contemporary American Indian art and heritage. Museum of World Treasures, 835 E. First St. – This features exhibits from prehistoric to ancient civilizations. Kansas African-American Museum, 601 N. Water St. – It is dedicated to the education, identification, acquisition, research, collection, exhibition, presentation and preservation of AfricanAmerican history. Visit for more information.

Run for the Rocks half marathon rolling around town again BY THE BEE STAFF

If you see a lot of people running the streets of Hutchinson this weekend, give them a quick wave: The Run for the Rocks halfmarathon is back in town. There will be a pre-race rally tonight at Third Thursday at Bluebird Books, on the corner of Sherman and Main. Race coordinator Amy Con-

kling will field questions any runners might have. There will be tips on pre- and postracing for optimal performance and recovery. Also check out free pre-race muscle therapy from Dr. Kiley Willis and get your pre-race snack. Anyone can order the new Runner’s World Cookbook, which will be released on Oct. 1. On Saturday, the packet

pickup is from noon to 2 p.m. at Harley’s bicycles, 629 N. Main St. There will be racing specials throughout the store and family and friends can decorate posters to use while cheering on their favorite runners for the Sunday race. Registration and packet pickup for the race starts at 6 a.m. There will be no registration after 7:30 a.m. Walkers and slow-run walkers – those

who average a 13-minute mile or slower – will start at 7 p.m. Then at 8 a.m., the third annual race will start near McQueen Fields in Carey Park. The finish line closes at 11 a.m., so anyone who doesn’t think they can finish in three hours should start at 7 a.m. The awards ceremony begins at 10:30 a.m. For more details, visit

Final season of ‘Mad Men’ to air in 2, 7-episode parts BY TIM MOLLOY Reuters NEW YORK – Don Draper is going to take his time saying goodbye: “Mad Men” is splitting its final season into two seven-episode installments airing in 2014 and 2015. The AMC show is going out the same way as “Breaking Bad,” which split its final season between last year and this one, the network said on Tuesday.

The move means AMC will get to keep its first big show on the air a little longer as it looks for replacements for “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men.” On Monday it announced it was creating a spinoff of “The Walking Dead,” to go with a previously announced “Breaking Bad” spinoff. The split may also increase AMC’s long-term Emmy haul. If “Mad Men” had ended its run next year, it’s final sea-

son would have had to go up against the final episodes of “Breaking Bad.” The first seven episodes will air in spring 2014 under the banner “The Beginning.” The final seven “The End of an Era” - will air in spring 2015. “This approach has worked well for many programs across multiple networks and, most recently for us with ‘Breaking Bad,’ which attracted nearly dou-

ble the number of viewers to its second half premiere than had watched any previous episode,” said Charlie Collier, AMC president. “We are determined to bring ‘Mad Men’ a similar showcase. In an era where high-end content is savored and analyzed, and catch-up time is used well to drive back to live events, we believe this is the best way to release the now 14 episodes than remain of this iconic series.”



NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Want to hear the sound of pure contentment? Pop on the new Jack Johnson record. If you thought the Hawaii-based folk-rock singer was ultramellow before, wait until you hear “From Here to Now to You.” “I just write about whatever it is that’s on my mind,” Johnson said. “This record has been a lot of just sort of being in the family in just kind of my own little bubble. Dropping the kids off at school, and just day-today life, just washing the dishes, working in the garden, taking the trash out. That’s not necessarily what the songs are about, but that’s kind of where I was living, in that space.” It’s a very comfortable space. “From Here to Now to You,” out Tuesday, is his sixth album and moves away from the darker, more electric-oriented music on his last two albums, which were filled with songs affected by the deaths of his father and a cousin. There’s a gentle, rolling rhythm throughout the album’s 12 tracks with a handful of love songs aimed at his wife and others examining fatherhood. There’s even one called, “Washing Dishes.” The songs were mostly

written on an acoustic guitar on Johnson’s front porch on the North Shore of Oahu, recorded in his studio and created with his friends, including his longtime band members, Ben Harper and producer Mario Caldato Jr., who recorded Johnson’s second and third albums in the mid2000s. The process mimicked the way he started, before his platinum debut, “Brushfire Fairytales.” “Music’s always been about sharing to me,” Johnson said. “The first chords I ever learned were basically so we could do Bob Marley songs on the front porch, and the Beatles and Cat Stevens. So when I started writing my own, it was the same thing, about sharing. Everybody’s singing together. ... It’s a very nice feeling. It’s spiritual, you know. So I do like it. But I can have too much of it and I can decide I don’t need it for a while.”








BY LAURI NEFF Associated Press

BY MAE ANDERSON Associated Press

NEW YORK – In the crime drama thriller “A Single Shot,” Sam Rockwell stars as John Moon, a man who gets caught up in a tense cat-andmouse struggle with a pack of hardened criminals after mistakenly shooting a woman and then discovering a box of cash by her body. Rockwell describes Moon as a “down-on-his-luck” antihero who is really trying to “get reunited with his family.” Moon is a character familiar to Rockwell, who is known for taking on dark, off-kilter characters such as the crazed prisoner “Wild Bill” Wharton in “The Green Mile” or the unemployed actor and dognapper Billy Bickle in “Seven Psy-

chopaths.” While he takes on other kinds of roles, like the affable water park manager Owen in “The Way Way Back” or a serious journalist in “Frost/Nixon,” Rockwell acknowledges that he’s attracted to “dark stuff.” “I love to go back to this kind of stuff and shake it up a little bit,” he said in a recent interview to promote “A Single Shot,” which opens in theaters Friday. He said some of his offbeat characters seem to be “a kind of cousin” and that he returns to these roles the way some actors revisit “Hamlet” or Stanley Kowalski in an effort “to perfect an archetype.” Rockwell, meanwhile, confirmed he’s in talks to appear opposite Rosemarie DeWitt in a re-

make of “Poltergeist,” saying he and the filmmakers are “just addressing some script stuff but I think it may be happening.” He said 1982’s “Poltergeist” was a “big deal” for him. “I was blown away by that film.” He also said the new movie won’t reprise the characters played by JoBeth Williams and Craig T. Nelson. “It’s a very different story,” Rockwell said. “They’re a little more working class.” The 44-year-old actor said he’s heard there has been some chatter about a possible Oscar nomination for his role in “The Way Way Back,” but he doesn’t take it seriously. “Buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz,” he said. “It is what it is. That’s why they call it buzz.”

Actor Sam Rockwell talks at a news conference for the feature film “Conviction” during the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday in Toronto. The 44year-old actor said he’s heard there has been some chatter about a possible Oscar nomination for his role in “The Way Way Back,” but he doesn’t take it seriously. Dan Steinberg/ Associated Press

“Bleeding Edge” (The Penguin Press), by Thomas Pynchon NEW YORK – Thomas Pynchon’s latest book, “Bleeding Edge,” begins in New York in the spring of 2001, before Sept. 11 but after the dot-com bubble has burst, leaving Manhattan’s Silicon Alley in a malaise. Somber times, but Pynchon anchors the book with a determined levity, filling 477 pages with quirky characters, silly song lyrics and tender descriptions of Manhattan’s flowering trees and byzantine neighborhoods. The novel centers on Maxine Tarnow, an Upper West Side-dwelling mother of two boys and self-described “paid up member of Yentas With Attitude,”


who talks tough and runs a fraud investigation business called “Tail ’Em and Nail ’Em.” Tarnow’s cases mostly involve small-time accounting fraud, but soon she gets embroiled in a larger investigation of a computer-security firm called Hashlingerz. It is led by a

mysterious techno geek CEO and seems to be unaccountably minting money, triggering Tarnow’s fraud radar. Her investigation leads her deeper and deeper into the Internet underworld, to a Second Lifelike “deep Web” world called DeepArcher, to a mysterious underground bunker in Montauk, on a drug-smuggling boat on the Hudson, and a myriad of other places deep in Manhattan’s fringes. Meanwhile, Sept. 11 draws closer, and Hashlingerz’s activities appear to have some kind of connection to terrorist groups. Pynchon, who received the National Book Award for “Gravity’s Rainbow,” zips the plot along at a frenetic pace and populates his book with dozens of colorful charac-

ters and pop culture references: bars with Zima on tap, a messenger from the defunct delivery service who still mysteriously makes deliveries, a Zenned-out surfer therapist, a Web designer obsessed with Jennifer Aniston’s hair, and so on. The novel’s title, used often in the dot-com boom to describe companies with unproven and risky but possibly game-changing technology, today seems somewhat dated, and that’s the point. In “Bleeding Edge,” Pynchon draws parallels between a relatively young Internet and a preSept. 11 Manhattan – both ever-evolving landscapes marked by so much change over the past 12 years that the spring of 2001 seems like an ancient era.



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I am wanting to do light housekeeping &/or meal prep for elderly, Rates Reasonable, Connie, 620-259-7772

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Part time short order cook and a waitress for breakfast and lunch (7am-2pm M-W-S) 2-3 days a week. You pick the days. Apply at The Unicorn Bakery & Coffee Shop, 213 N. Burrton Ave., Burrton, Ks or call Kaye (480) 209-5746 for additional information.

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Help Wanted 120 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.


AGRONOMY BILLING AND INVENTORY CLERK NEEDED at Central Kansas Cooperative. Responsible for invoicing, inventory and other in house duties at our agronomy location at Sterling. Qualifications include accounting and computer skills, must be detailed oriented. Contact Dion Yost, Farmers Coop Union, 225 South Broadway, Sterling, KS 67579, 620-278-2470 ALLIE’S DELI & COFFEE SHOP. Part Time Help. No Sundays. Apply in person at, 101 North Main, Hutch

Carriage Crossing Restaurant is taking applications for the following positions: Shift Leader - $11.00/hr starting. Minimum 2 years restaurant experience required. Benefits include: Competitive pay rate, set schedule, one week paid vacation, free meals, closed on Sunday. Apply in person at Carriage Crossing Restaurant in Yoder, KS, K-96 & Yoder Rd. or online at E.O.E. Executive Management Services, Inc. has a full time Custodial position open in the Hutchinson area. Monday through Friday, 8am until 4:30pm, starting wage $8.50 per hour. Apply in person only at 410 North Plum, Hutchinson



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Coder/Transcriptionist Full-Time Mon- Fri 8-5, excellent benefits Must have typing skills, knowledge of MS Office preferred experience in Medical Field and Medical Terminology RHIT preferred. Apply at Ellinwood District Hospital. or at 605 N. Main, Ellinwood. EOE Experienced Plumber needed at Goering Hardware in Moundridge, Full health ins, paid vacation, retirement plan, 620-345-2442

Experienced short order cook for onsite Cafe • Good starting wages and great hours • Must be able to multitask • Some computer knowledge helpful but can train • Great opportunity for interaction with our residents Look for application online or at facility 400 S. Buhler Rd, Buhler

Family looking for a housekeeper/helper, 3-5 days during the week, starting @ 7:30am, approximately 15 hours/week. Call, 620-899-8231 Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Laws: Prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Also employment discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities.


STATE DISTRICT MANAGER THE HUTCHINSON NEWS Full-time salaried position is responsible for maintaining our carrier force and customer base in Western Kansas. Ideal candidate would be located in Pratt, Great Bend, Dodge City, or Kinsley. Skills/Requirements: — Ability to use Microsoft Word & Excel proficiently — Previous managerial experience — Flexibility to work on call including nights & weekends — Strong customer service skills — Strong work ethic & reliablity MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE We offer a full-benefit package and competive salary. Submit resume to:


HOUSEKEEPING The Hutchinson Clinic is accepting applications for the above position. Six months – two years related experience preferred. Job description may be viewed and qualified applicants may apply at EOE


Housekeeping position ¡ Experience required ¡ Must be detailed ¡ Monday thru Friday plus 1 to 2 Saturdays a month ¡ Love the elderly Look for application online or at facility 400 S. Buhler Rd, Buhler

I AM looking for a highly motivated individual with good communication skills. He/She must be a self-starter with a positive attitude. First year income $35k plus, with unlimited upward mobility. You will be trained in all areas of my insurance business. 620-664-4628 or 620-665-1490 for an interview.

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

JACAM Chemicals 2013, LLC is seeking a Fleet Mechanic in Sterling. Qualified applicants must possess a valid Class A CDL. ASE Certification and 1-2 years of experience in a related field is preferred. Functions of the position include responsible for performing routine preventative maintenance of fleet vehicles and ability to install vehicle telematics systems as needed. Please apply online at JACAM is EOE.

Logistics Coordinator The Kanza Coop is hiring an experienced Truck Dispatcher/Logistics Coordinator at our Iuka location. This full time position offers excellent pay with paid health, dental, vision and life insurance. We also offer a retirement plan and a 401(k) option. We compensate for vacation,sick leave and holidays. A CDL would be preferred. Interested parties should email or complete an

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

application online at

MECHANIC WANTED If you are a highly motivated person who works well with a team or is able to work independently when needed, we are looking for you. The Reno County Landfill has an opening for a skilled mechanic. We need experience with both heavy and light duty equipment. Knowledge of diesel mechanics is a plus. This position offers a 4 day work week, 56 hours of paid vacation after 6 months, an exceptional sick leave accrual plan, health insurance, KPERS Retirement and Paid Holidays. If you think this might be something you’re qualified for, please apply at Search for Reno County and Mechanic Job # 916RN Waitress Needed for shifts, Apply at Country Cafe, 401 S Main, Mullinville, Ks 620-548-2568

Help Wanted 120 MTA is currently looking for a Collections Manager & Collectors with collection experience. Currently PMTA has part & full time hourly positions available. MTA offers health insurance, commissions, PTO & competitive hours. FDCPA training, General Computer and Phone Skills needed. Apply Online At: or in person at 335 N. Washington, Suite 260, Hutchinson. MTC is seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated commissioned sales person. Applicant must have experience in technology services. Call 620.897.6200 for an application or download “MTC Employment Application” form at Professional Applicator Progressive Coop in SC Kansas is seeking a self-motivated custom applicator for our agronomy department. We run newer Case IH and John Deere application equipment. A CDL with HAZMAT or the ability to obtain one is required. Pre-employment drug screen will be required. Excellent compensation, benefit package, and bonus are available with this position. Please contact Chad 316-744-0438. Prominent high volume restaurant in the Hutchinson area is seeking a full-time management position supervising kitchen operations. 40-50 hours/wk. $40,000 per year salary range, depending on qualifications. Send Resume to: Box 69K c/o The Hutchinson News P O Box 190 Hutchinson, KS 67504


Help Wanted 120 Social Service Designee/Administrative Assistant for nursing home. Competitive pay, great benefits. Contact Scott at Leisure Homestead in St. John at (620)549-3541

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Reno Township is accepting applications for a full-time equipment operator. Applicant must have a class B or higher CDL, and experience operating a motor grader (road-building), front-end loader, mini-excavator, and tractor with mower. Call the township yard at 620-665-6494 and leave your name and contact information. Sandstone Heights Nursing Home is looking for a part-time dietary aide/cook for am and pm shifts. Contact Linda Paris at 620-897-6266. Drug testing is mandatory and we are an EOE Seeking staff accountant: A staff accountant will have the opportunity to work on a variety of different assignments, including individual and corporate tax preparation and governmental, commercial, and NFP auditing engagements. Prefer CPA or individual that has met the requirements to sit for the CPA exam. Send resume to Kennedy McKee & Company LLP, PO Box 1477, Dodge City, KS 67801 or email to

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Tired of working for less than you are worth? If you are presently working in construction or roofing. Call us, we can offer you a pay increase and a work environment you will enjoy. We install coating and Single Ply roof systems. Call 620-669-8189 Start Immediately Webcon Inc.



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

Sales Help


HTMC, TELEPHONE Sales Representatives needed. Paid training, to work from our Hutchinson office. $8-$15/hr possible. Stop by 1803 N. Landon, Hutchinson. 620-663-7676

Medical Help


Full time CNA/CMA Needed for days and/or Evening shifts at Leisure Homestead in Stafford. Please contact Jennifer at (620)234-5208 Or apply in person at 405 Grand, Stafford, KS

Position Available Immediately Charge Nurse, RN/LPN Full-time/Evenings 2pm - 10pm Call Stephanie Minix, HR Director with any questions at 620-257-5163 ext 1201 Must have time management skills, a good work record, and be able to pass drug and background screening. Please apply on-line. An application can be obtained on-line at or at 1311S Douglas Ave, Lyons. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer: M/F/V/H

RN or LPN - FULL TIME —Experience in LTC —People skills required —Willingness to work in spiritual environment Look for an application online or at facility

400 S. Buhler Rd. Buhler

Dental Help


DENTAL ASSISTANT 10 week program, Saturdays Only, Payments as low as $100/month. 620-663-1788 Diamond Dental Careers 4 Compound Dr. Hutchinson, KS





Concession Trailer & Grill/Smoker fully equipped. Pepsi machine with 5 outlets. Freezer, refrigerator, warmer, 3 compartment sink along with hand wash sink. Licensed in the state of Kansas and Nebraska. Call or text for more information $45,000.00 785-527-0713


420 POLKS IN MEDORA TASTY PEACHES apples, plums, pears, apple cider slushes, gourmet chocolates, & alot more Open 1-7 everyday 620-543-6628 Tree Ripened Idaho Fruit O’Henry Peaches 20 lb. Box $27.99 Bartlett Pears 24 lb. Box $23.99 Smith’s Market 211 S. Main 620-662-6761



461 For Sale: Roper Electric Dryer, works good. $85. 620-727-2186

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

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

CREW AVAILABLE for Roughing & Farm Services. All Crops, Call 620-960-8250.

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

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

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

Lawn & Garden


Lawn mower Sales/Repair. Riders/Push & Tillers. Pickup & delivery. 7103 Back Acres Rd 620-960-8262 QUALITY LAWN CARE Stump Grinding, Tree Trimming/Clean-up, Reasonable Rates on Skid Steer Work & Sprinkler Systems FREE ESTIMATES 620-727-5777




Pets For Sale


autos, trucks, and tractors. in any condition. Best Prices Paid!! 620-665-4040



Chihuahua Puppies, 12 weeks old, males$150.each, females-$175 each, no papers. Haven area. 757-585-5075



FREE- Outdoor & Indoor Kittens. Mixed colors, Litter box trained. 620-727-1330

Pets Lost

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

Missing North of Pretty Prairie, 750lb black steer, G3 brand on left hip, 620-459-6355

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

Harley’s Fencing Pasture Clearing and Fencing Supplies, YODER FENCE 620-465-3446 YODER SEED CLEANING easy set-up at your location, certified & insured 620-694-9111



Bulk seed wheat, Everest, Fuller, 1863 Bill Ridge 620-242-7198 cell or 620-585-2321 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, Iba, Southwind, Overley. James Harris- Langdon 620-596-2363



6 yearling Heifers, (Red/Black) Angus, gentle disposition, Graff genenectics/ feed/finish program, (316)

CLOSED Saturday & Sunday Tuesday through Saturday’s Deadline for Classified ads, 3:30pm the day before.


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

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Farm Services 630 Build pasture fences, clear pastures, custom brush mowing, Veteran Owned & Operated, Fischer Bobcat Service, 620-770-9280

Farm Equipment

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Wanted To Buy


34 hp, Kohler horizontal shaft twin cylinder air cooled engine, electric start or 20 + hp, 620-450-5367

tractors. in any condition. Best Prices Paid!! 620-665-4040

1989 Tempte Super Hopper, 96x42, good tires, brakes & tarp, $7000, (316) 661-2182 or 316-772-7585

2011 Titan Stock Trailer, 6’6”x16’, bumper pull, $4500 OBO, 620-727-2186 IHC 810 Header, 20ft, Plastic Tine reel, Bat reel, extra sickle, shedded, no rust. $2500, 620-727-6444 JD 925 flexhead, has fore and aft. autoheader height, $7500 OBO, 620-345-6568

Farm Services


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

Domestic Auto


1974 Ford Rachero 500, 107K actual, 302 V8, ac, no rust, clean, $5250, 316-640-3921 2005 Buick Park Avenue, loaded, 89600 miles, $9649, 785-252-3216 PAYING CASH For vehicles, running or not, batteries & scrapmetal, 620-727-4203

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2011 Camaro, like brand new, black interior & red exterior, only 8000 miles, loaded, RS package, V6, 6 speed, standard, power windows/locks, cd, Buy today for $17,900. See at: 125 S. Main, South Hutch. 620-664-5876



Trailers 720 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

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

Imported Autos


1998 Toyota Avalon XL, leather, well maintained, Michelin tires, power windows & seats, 620-663-8724

Classic Autos



1996 GMC Suburban, 4x4, ac, all power, am/fm radio/cd, 119,500 miles, $5999, 785-252-3216 2003 GMC Yukon XL, 4wd, leather, loaded excellent condition, 620-899-1620

Domestic Trucks


1995 GMC 1/2 ton, 60K, Nice Truck! $1500 Firm, 620-960-4477 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

¶¶¶¶¶¶¶ 2007 Rockwood Roo By Forest River. 20ft., 3 fold outs with 3 Queen beds, Sleeps 8, Bathroom & Shower, Refrigerator & Stove, awning, A/C & heat, $8,900. 620-200-4401


1959 Chevy Apache Pick-up, half way restored, $12500, 620-463-2214 call before noon


2010 Toyota Tacoma, 4x4, double cab, V6, 119K, $19,800 620-896-7169 or 620-243-2362

1999 26Ft, Trail-light, bumper pull, full bed, sleeps 4, ac, bath/shower, self contained, good condition $3799, 785-252-3216 2011 Tracer Ultra Lite by Prime Time, Model 195 Micro, 22’ self contained, never used, many extras, mini van towable, 620-669-9350



2007 Yamaha 1100cc, 1500 miles, $6,000 or OBO. 620-663-5294

BIG DOG MASTIFF, 2003 BIG DOG ONLY 5600 MILES, OVER $4,000 IN UP GRADES, MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE, BEAUTIFUL BIKE. $15,000 PHONE 620-465-3599 OR LEAVE MESSAGE. Yamaha Motorcycle, ATV, & Dirt Bike sale, Great Deals & Financing, 620-327-5001

ATVs FORD F150. 1995 ford f-150, 4x4, extended cab, auto transmission, great condition! $1600 obo. call 620-204-0581



2003 Polaris Trailblazer 250; helmet, engine oil and chain oil included. $950 620-669-9977


Apartments - Unfurn. 821 ALL BILLS PAID Windsor Square, Peacefull & quiet. Range & Refrigerator, 2 bedrooms, upstairs $555; downstairs $575; NO Pets, 662-4265 or 662-2336

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.

All Bills Paid, Landmark Apartments 5th & Main, 1 bedrooms, $430 & up, Peaceful & quiet, range & refrigerator, NO Pets, 620-960-8205 text or call 620-662-4265 EXTRA NICE 4-PLEX 2 BEDROOMS W/D HOOK-UPS NEW CARPET, D/W, STOVE & FRIDGE. CARPORTS AVAILABLE $550 TO $625 WATER & TRASH PAID 620-200-2311 ROYAL APARTMENTS One half month free rent with 12 month lease. One and two bedrooms available. Remodeled, clean, new appliances, spacious. LEASE-DEPOSIT-

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694-5704 800-766-5704 Apartments - Unfurn. 821 401 W 6th Apt 1, Nice 1 Bedroom, appliances, Central heat/air $350/350 620-664-5358 or 200-7785 829 E 1st Ave, Apt C, One bedroom, Appliances, NO PETS, Utilities paid, $410/$300. 620-664-1327 908 E 17th apartments, 2 bedrooms $400 to $450, Water/Trash Paid, 620-664-5358 or 200-7785 1017 N Main, #7, large 2 bedroom, No Pets $395/300 620-474-0369 1409A E 27th, Townhouse, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, garage, water paid, No Pets, $575/300, 620-474-4247 t315 W 10th $355, & 816 N Jefferson $330 (1bedrooms) & t618 E Ave A, $400, 2 bedrooms, 620-663-8906 STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOMS $350 TO $450 YOU PAY ELECTRIC ADA UNIT Available Soon 620-200-2311

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- For Rent or For Sale New 2 bedroom, 2 bath, All brick 2 car garage Duplex On W-29th, $1100.00 mo. Yard care included Available Immediately Call 620 663-9539 ext. 209 1701 Coventry Court, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, 2 car garage, $900/month, $900 deposit, lawn maintenance provided. No pets/smoking. 663-6626 or 960-1489 1002(A) E. 23rd, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, basement, no pets, $700/$700. 620-960-3624 2406(A) N Severance: 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, garage. No pets/smoking. $650/$650. 620-960-3624

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3 bedroom, 1 bath, newly remodeled, 2 car garage, $800, 216 W 17th, (785)577-5874

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 Homes - Unfurn. 831 105 E Ave F, 2 bedroom, Central h/a, New paint & Carpet, $400/400, 620-694-0397 323 N Town, 3 bedroom, central h/a, $525/525, 620-474-0745 429 Sedgwick in Burrton, 3 bedroom, 1.5 baths, basement, $500/500, 620-474-0745 1612 W 4th, House A, 2 bedroom, central h/a, $400 + Electric 620-474-0745

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

Lawn Care KH MOWING Residential or Commercial

Free Es-

timates Call 620-664-7541.

Cleaning Services

FLOOR CARE Are your Floors Dull or Dirty? Call J & J Cleaning at 620-728-9619 for all your Floor Waxing & Carpet Cleaning Needs. We Do All Types

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

of Janitor Services for Businesses or Residential

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

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

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

Painting/Papering FOLKS PAINTING

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

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

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

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

Roofing ALL KAN Residential & Commercial Roofing, Licensed, insured, Accredited Member Better Business Bureau, 316-409-6884 or 316-833-1449 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 HEALTHY FAMILIES Hutchinson Check us out at:


In Haven - Several extra nice 2 & 3 bedroom homes, All very clean & move in ready 620-465-7748

Ask your Classified Advisor for details. 694-5704 800-766-5704

NEW BEGINNINGS, INC Check us out at:

Landmark Management No Pets, 55 Halsey, 3 bedroom, $650/650, available 11-1, 529 W 6th, Complete remodel, beautiful large/open, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, $800/800, available 10-1, For more information call 620-663-7676 or 620-708-0245

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

YMCA 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: MEALS ON WHEELS Check us out at:





2600 E 30th, 3+ bedrooms, large yard, fresh paint, large 2 car garage, $995/800, 620-474-0369

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.

In Arlington, 111 Western, Clean 2 bedroom with garage, central air $375, 620-665-0099 or 727-5306

UNITED WAY Check us out at:


$1100/$1100, 620-474-0484

423 N Plum, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 car garage, vinyl siding & windows, new carpet & paint, storage galore! $45,000, No Land Contracts, 620-200-4743


AMERICAN RED CROSS Check us out at:


1902 E. 33rd, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, 1456 sq. ft, no pets or smoking.

Homes 900 217 East Main, Sterling, KS 1 bedroom, 1 bath. 900 Square feet. Quiet neighborhood. Low maintenance. Low utilities. Very nice, clean, cute house. Newer roof. Investment property or move right in. Currently rents for $300/month. $40,000. Call/Text 620-204-1573

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

Tree Removal/Trimming SMITH TREE SERVICE Tree trimming and tree spraying. 620-921-1098 or 620-921-1105

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

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

Storage for Rent


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

Offices For Rent


2 small office spaces, $200 or $300 a month, 620-694-9036 112 N Poplar, 1100 Sq. Ft., water & trash paid, $450 mon., Call R.E.I.B, Inc @ 662-0583 Office and shop. For rent or for sale, 3106 S Broadacres Rd. 620-921-5586

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


(many more to choose from)


Mobile Homes


Nice, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1995 Skyline, Central h/a, brand new fridge, new carpet, full local delivery & set-up, $12,999, Everything Guaranteed, 620-960-1879 Several Cheap Liveable, 2 & 3 bedroom single wides available, $2999 to $7999, full local delivery & set-up. Call 620-960-1879



Hutchinson KS, 4miles north of 30th ave, very large lot with all utilities owner finance with zero down and zero interest only $150.00 month for only 60months call 620-532-1093

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Garage Sales


9 W Ave. B: Healing Artz, Saturday 8am-12pm, Indoor Boutique Sale, Proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen, lots of nice items, Don’t Miss out!


Garage Sales 410 101 W 2nd: 2nd & Washington at the Farmers Market, IRIS CLUB SALE, Saturday 7am-12pm, Good Iris, Less than store or cataloge price

Garage Sales 410 1114 E 6th: Friday & Saturday, 7:30am to 3:30pm, V-Tech learning laptops, new in box M.J., turtles sleeping bags, computer, recliners, other nice items.

Garage Sales 410 3405 Radcliffe Terrace: Saturday Sept 21st 8-12am,Lots of girls clothing infant-6, Cabelas Dehydrator, Compound Bow, misc household

126 E. 11th: Saturday 8am-? Moving Sale, inside & out, table & chairs, washer/dryer, curio cabinet, computer desk, 3 wheeler, 2 twin beds

1510 West 17th Avenue: Friday 4-7 Saturday 8-12 HUGE GARAGE SALE Baby items, maternity, adult & children clothing, household items and decor, furniture

4414 Nickerson Blvd: Funky Flee Saturday 9am-4pm, Free outdoor flee market, Retro & Vintage Vendors





The Bee September 19, 2013  

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