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Staying the course Kenny Miller moves up to vice presidency at Monarch Cement By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register

HUMBOLDT — Opportunity seldom knocks twice. When one arose, Kenny Miller took advantage 42 years ago and today is vice president of cement manufacturing for Monarch Cement Co. He replaced Harvey Buckley, who retired March 31. Opportunity for Miller came at the end of a summer of temporary work at Monarch. He had graduated from Humboldt High School in 1970 and was attending Allen County Community College. “At the end of the summer Leonard Hass (his supervisor) asked if I’d like to work another six months,” Miller said. Monarch, as it has over the years, was taking advantage of new technology to make modifications on a preheater, a towering structure that preheats raw material being fed into a kiln. “I thought it was a good chance to earn some extra money for school,” Miller said, although his father, Kenneth Miller, a Monarch supervisor, wasn’t as enthu-

siastic. “He was afraid I wouldn’t go back to school,” Miller said. Miller later earned a bachelor’s degree through Friends University. He has had a long, steady climb at Monarch. The progression began with him being a utility laborer. Within a year Miller was operating an overhead crane, moved on to shipping and then spent 22 years in maintenance, including five years as the department’s supervisor. He was promoted to assistant plant manager in 2005, plant manager in 2012, and now to the vice presidency. As plant manager Miller was responsible for day-today operations throughout the plant. “I coordinated everything, from quarry to production,” he said. In his new position, his duties include dealing with contracts and major purchases, and “going beyond day-today operations,” Miller said. “I look into the future, 10 to 15 years, to where Monarch is headed.” His rise through ranks See MONARCH | Page A3

When she falls in a diabetic funk, Shelby (Elyssa Jackson) is given a swig of fruit juice by her mother, M’Lynn (Amanda Moyer) in ICT’s dessert theater production of “Steel Magnolias.” Looking on are Truvy (Angela Whitmore) at left and Clairee Belcher (Linda Brocker). REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON

Delicate as magnolias, yet as strong as steel

By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register

Friendships can spring up in any environment. In Iola Community Theatre’s upcoming presentation they occur in a beauty salon in a small Louisiana town, bonding six women who at times are as fragile as a magnolia, yet as strong and resilient as steel — “Steel Magnolias.”

It will be staged Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. and again May 3 and 4 at the Warehouse Theatre, 203 S. Jefferson. Tickets — $15 for adults and $10 for students — are available at Sophisticated Rose in downtown Iola. The central theme revolves around a young woman, Shelby, and is carried out in humor, foreboding and poignancy. Elyssa Jackson plays Shel-

by. She is comfortable on stage and carries out well a range of emotions, from pre-nuptial giddiness, to excitement when the pregnancy is positive, to resolve when confronted by problems arising from birth with her being a diabetic. Truvy Jones, portrayed by Angela Whitmore, owns the beauty shop. She is chatty yet See STEEL | Page A5

New program opens doors for students By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register

MORAN — Marmaton Valley students who enjoy hands-on learning are in for a treat. The National Center for Construction Education and Research, NCCER, has approved Marmaton Valley High School as a certified

task throughout the semester. “Any company has access to the student’s certificate,” Jackson said. “It’s supposed to help get them on a better pay scale.” Construction companies, association and academic leaders came together in 1996 to change training for the construction industry to

This is a great program for students. It allows them to work with their hands and even if they don’t major in it or go into the field they take away the skills. Jordan Garcia, left, and Jordan Fountain try to avoid a situation when characters think they are someone else. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

— Samuel Jackson, MVHS construction teacher

ACC provides constant laughs By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register

Prepare to laugh loud and laugh often during Allen Community College’s performance of William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors.” The show opens tonight at 7:30 and will run on Friday and Saturday at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center. The story begins with Egeon of Syracuse, played by director Tony Piazza, telling the

story of his family. He and his wife had two sets of identical twin sons. They both had the name Antipholus. The couple also raised twin boys called Dromio and they acted as servants to the two Antipholuses. The family split up after a ship wreck many years earlier. One son and one Dromio are raised by Emilia. When Antipholus of Syracuse and his Dromio land in Ephesus confusion begins to pop up. The confusion of two identical sets of twins being in

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the same town lends to some great humor. Jordan Fountain, Dromio of Syracuse, and Gage Dickerson, Dromio of Ephesus, do wonderfully well in using facial expression and body movement to roll in a joke. Both characters become confused during every scene because they don’t realize they are speaking with two different Antipholuses. Adriana, wife of Antipholus of Ephesus, played by DanSee COMEDY | Page A3

high school. Samuel Jackson, MVHS construction teacher, said 30 students participate in the program. “This is a great program for students,” Jackson said. “It allows them to work with their hands and even if they don’t major in it or go into the field they take away the skills.” Students learn criteria from NCCER and are tested on the material. They must receive a 70 percent on the test and do a performance

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develop a safe and productive workforce. The first thing students learn is safety, including how to properly use tools, read blueprints and use effective communication. This course counts as 18 credits at Fort Scott Community College if a student follows the program from high school into the two-year college. The class starts at the freshman level. If a senior comes in they must start at the first level. Senior Michael Swift See PROGRAM | Page A5

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McKinley writers McKinley young authors for 2014 are, front from left, Kele Michael, Katelyn Womelsdorf, Maya Shaughnessy, Cassidy Adams, Everett Glaze, Ashton Osborn, Cole Mathes, Ethan Harris, Roper Curry, Indira Trester, Janae Griffin; second row, Jaaron Griffin, Jordan LaCrone, Cara Porter, Rebekah Coltrane, Vi Helm, Jillian Trester, Emmanuel Meto-Loredo, Tay Hammond, Taryn Parker, Keaton Larney, Keira Fawson, Nicholas Phillips; third row, Gage Scheibmeir, Keynan Stahl, Walker Logan, Zachary Ulrich, Evan Kent, Sage Shaughnessy, Hannah Duncan, Malachi Trester, Keisha Hall, Jasmine Morgan. Not pictured are Isaac Cavazos and Alexis Sparks. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

Researchers test geckos, Teflon AKRON, Ohio (MCT) — That little lizard that has become so effective selling car insurance — the gecko — can climb across glass windows and across the ceiling. You knew that, right? The science of that ability has intrigued researchers at the University of Akron for several years because it has so much potential for application in such areas as construction materials and medicine. They’re so intrigued, they’re asking tougher questions of the 50 little lizards kept in two labs at the Auburn Science Center. “OK, buddy, how about this one: Can you walk on Teflon?” The answer: not very well. The popular DuPont nonstick product not only resists cheese omelets, but it also presented a significant challenge to the hairy toes of the gecko. Yes, hair. That’s the secret. Not glue or liquids or surface tension. They have hairy toes — much like bristles — with thousands of them in one square millimeter, tipped with something called a spatula, so tiny that it is not much larger than the wavelength of visible light. And what researchers have found is that the questions are endless, and students are a tremendous resource. Undergraduate student Nicholas Wucinich, for example, a biology major who will graduate in May, asked: What if the Teflon is under water? “I didn’t have an answer,” said Alyssa Stark, 31, a doctoral candidate in the university’s integrated bioscience program. “I also didn’t think the results would be all that interesting. If they don’t stick in air why should they stick in water?” And so experiments were run, and Stark and her colleagues were in for a surprise. “They stuck,” she said.

A film preservationist and adventurer scheduled to present at a two-day event at Chanute’s Safari Museum Friday and Saturday will be in Iola tonight. Dick Houston will be at the old Iola Theatre, 202 S. Washington, to talk about the structure’s resurrection. Iolan David Toland purchased the theater a few months ago, has had it gutted and intends to restore it to the Art Deco glory of the 1930s. The event starts at 7 o’clock. “Wear sturdy shoes,” Toland advised. “We’ll take a walking tour of the theater.” Houston developed a passion for the adventures of Osa and

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Martin Johnson, whose careers are documented in the Chanute museum. That inspired him to spearhead a film preservation project initiated by the museum in the 1990s. The project surveyed the staggering amount of Johnson film footage — over 140 miles — stored in the Library of Congress Motion Picture Conservation Center. Houston also is president of Elefence International, a U.S.-based non-profit foundation committed to on-theground elephant preservation in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Houston spends most of his time in Africa working with elephants, writing and conducting safaris.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Firefighters continued to patrol hot spots late Wednesday afternoon after battling a fire that burned much of 7 tons of recyclable materials in Kansas City, Kan. The blaze prompted more than a dozen fire trucks and vehicles to deploy to the Deffenbaugh Recycling facility in the 2400 block of South 88th Street, near Interstate 435 and the Kansas River. An open-air structure that housed some of the recyclables was heavily damaged, said Craig Duke, deputy chief of the Kansas City, Kan., Fire Department. “It was a big, open storage area in which they sorted and separated the recyclables,” he said. A vehicle in a nearby parking lot caught fire, and some trailers had to be moved to safety, Duke said. There were no injuries. Crews responded to the blaze about 1 p.m. They also fought other small fires started by embers that the wind blew into dry grass nearby, Duke said. Late Wednesday afternoon, investigators were still looking for clues as to what caused the fire, Duke said.

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Alyssa Y. Stark, a doctoral candidate in the integrated bioscience program in the biology department at University of Akron, appears with one of the many geckos she is studying for the adhesive capabilities of their toe pads, in Akron, Ohio. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)

“There is an important moral to this story,” Stark said. “Always listen to your students.” Dr. Peter H. Niewiarowski, professor of biology and integrated bioscience and one of the principal investigators at the University of Akron’s Biomimicry Research and Innovation Center, likes to talk about the Tom Cruise character in the film “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol,” who with gecko-like gloves was able to climb the shiny surface of a skyscraper. Cruise and his sticky gloves helped save the world. “Having the ability to climb like a gecko immediately captures the imagination of kids and adults alike,” he said. “Why is that scene so engaging? I suppose it is the degrees to which it seems so within our grasp. ... Bugs and geckos can do it. How is it we can’t with all our engineering and technology prowess?” While the movie trivializes the application, Niewiarowski said it helps translate to the public how important the practical uses of the

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gecko sticking-mechanism could be. There are revolutionary implications, he said. A material that has the sticking-power of a gecko’s feet could lead to new construction materials or for bandages or closing wounds and skin after surgery. “We use fasteners that are hard to acquire or involve toxic by-products that are hard to recycle,” he said. “What if you can fasten the corners of walls by using a gecko-inspired fastener? Then you could break down the walls and move them around and create a different living space.” Niewiarowski said that as they make new discoveries about the gecko, the possibilities for application expand. “I think we really still don’t understand how geckos deal with wet environments and remain sticky,” he said. “We don’t know if they avoid wet surfaces or avoid being active when surfaces are wet or if they have some other tricks,” he said. Working with geckos “that spend all their time in the laboratory” may in fact be limiting.

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NEWTON, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita-based aerospace company has chosen the suburb of Newton as the new home of its chemical subsidiary. The Newton Kansan reports Aviation Business International will house its ABI Chemicals division in a 20,000-square-foot facility. The plant will be built at the Newton City-County Airport, near the Kansas Logistics Park. The ABI Group of Companies supplies products to airlines

worldwide, including Delta, Air France and British Airways. The new plant will produce next-generation coatings used in aerospace manufacturing processes, being developed in conjunction with Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research. Operations are expected to begin in October, with 14 employees by the end of the year. The city of Newton will build the plant and lease it to ABI Chemicals.

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isn’t unparalleled, and shows that “you can do anything if you put your mind to it and have the drive to keep moving up,” he said. Miller credits his wife, Cheryl, with support, when Monarch demands affect home life. “Many times, when we have a breakdown, I put the job first,” he said, including a Christmas Day when their children had to put off opening presents a couple of hours until dad returned home from work. The Millers have three sons — Mike, a Humboldt High teacher and coach, Kenny, who lives in Kansas City, and Kris, Lawrence — and a daughter, Amy, who also lives in Kansas City. MILLER stressed Monarch had been keen in keeping pace with technological advances in the industry through the years, which had led to it being one of the more efficient plants in the country. Monarch has capacity to produce 1.4 million tons of cement a year, and the economy has perked up enough that this year’s projection is for a production

Kenny Miller, left, succeeded Harvey Buckley this month as vice president for cement manufacturing at Monarch Cement Company in Humboldt. REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON

increase of 8 percent, to about 850,000 tons. “There have been some good signs the last couple years,” Miller added. “It’s not the boom of 2006-07, but things are looking up.” Monarch has 97 hourly workers in production and 29 supervisors at the plant proper. An indication of how much technology has affected the industry is that years ago the plant had about 180 hourly employees. BUCKLEY retired af-

ter 35 years with Monarch. He grew up in northern Illinois, “which has a history of cement plants and where my dad and brother worked,” Buckley said. He graduated from Iowa State and immediately went to work for Marquette Cement. He was working at the company’s Des Moines plant when Monarch purchased it in 1979. He transferred to Humboldt’s plant in 1987 and held various super-

visory positions before being promoted to vice president of cement manufacturing in 2006. Many production and environmental improvements occurred at the Humboldt plant during Buckley’s time. Golf, fishing and spending time with children and grandchildren are in the future for Buckley, 64. He and wife Cathy have two sons, Ryan and Craig, and a daughter, Elyse, as well as two grandchildren.

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ielle Venter, gets stuck in the center of the mess. She can’t wrap her mind around why her husband couldn’t possibly want to come home and spend time with her. Antipholus of Ephesus, played by Colton Schubert, doesn’t understand why he’s been accused of taking a prized possession and not paying for it. Antipholus of Syracuse, played by Jordan Garcia, keeps getting lucky. People

are giving him prized possessions and women claim to be married to him. The entire cast does a marvelous job making the Elizabethan script modern and fresh. The play runs a little over an hour and has no intermission. Tickets are $6 for general admission and $4 for students. Allen students are admitted free with a student ID. Advance tickets may be purchased at Iola Pharmacy.

Danielle Venter, (Adriana) left, and Lauren Perez-Engel (Luciana) discuss strange events that have happened. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

Kansas joins compact against health law By JOHN HANNA Associated Press

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas is joining a proposed compact with other states that hope to exempt themselves from the federal health care overhaul, and Republican Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday rejected criticism that the move will jeopardize seniors’ benefits. Brownback announced that he quietly signed a compact bill late Tuesday and the new law will take effect July 1. The GOP-dominated Legislature passed the measure earlier this month. The compact would let participating states remove themselves from federal health regulations if Congress consents. It was prompted by Republicans’ opposition to the 2010 health care law championed by Democratic President Barack Obama. Critics view the overhaul has been burdensome, intrusive and damaging to the economy. “Those closest to the people have the best idea of what the public is wanting and needing,” said state Rep. Brett Hildabrand, a Shawnee Republican pushing the

compact measure. “This resets the clock, really.” The compact language is broad enough to cover Medicaid, which provides health coverage to the needy and disabled, and Medicare, which provides coverage for seniors. It would not cover health care for veterans, active military personnel or Native Americans. The possibility that member states could seek an exemption from Medicare rules led AARP to lobby against the measure. The organization along with state Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger, perhaps the only prominent Kansas Republican to publicly defend the federal health overhaul, urged Brownback to veto the measure, arguing the compact would permit state lawmakers to cut benefits for the 450,000 seniors participating in Medicare. Praeger said the federal overhaul is helping millions of Americans find affordable health coverage, and she called the new Kansas law “wrongheaded.” Kansas House Minority Leader Paul Davis, a Lawrence Democrat hoping to unseat Brownback in this year’s governor’s race, labeled it “irresponsible” and said Brownback

ignored “calls for commonsense leadership.” “We should not threaten the care of hundreds of thousands of seniors,” Davis said in a statement. If Congress approved the compact, the federal government would give each state its allotment of federal health care dollars without imposing conditions on how the money is used. Supporters of the measure said seniors’ benefits aren’t in danger. Many Republicans argued the federal health care overhaul is a far bigger threat to Medicare because it was financed partly with cuts in Medicare payments to providers — mainly hospitals, health insurance companies and drugmakers. Eight other states, including Missouri and Texas, have enacted similar legislation, according to Competitive Governance Action, the Houston group pushing the idea. The group describes itself on its website as a nonprofit that advocates state control over health care and having problems solved “by the smallest, least centralized, most local authority.” Curtis Ellis, the group’s spokesman, said

AARP has raised questions about potential Medicare cuts in other states and, “It’s a flat-out lie.” But Praeger said ignoring the potential effects on Medicare is “not being honest.” Brownback said in a statement that he’d oppose any effort by the state to reduce Medicare benefits if the compact takes effect. “The Health Care Compact will allow states to restore and protect Medicare for generations to come,” Brownback said. “Obamacare is the most serious attack on Medicare and seniors since the program’s inception.” The compact proposal relies on an obscure provision in the U.S. Constitution that requires congressional approval for multistate agreements. It doesn’t give the president a role, making the idea attractive for some critics of the health care overhaul. “While the compact does not repeal Obamacare, member states like Kansas can decide what, if any, parts of Obamacare to implement,” Jeff Glendening, state director for the conservative group Americans for Prosperity, said in a statement Wednesday.


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Giving state free rein over Medicare should make seniors wary The very thought that Kansas legislators would have control over Medicare should cause every Kansas senior to quake in his boots. The possibility became closer to reality Tuesday night when Gov. Sam Brownback quietly signed the legislation into law. Kansas now joins eight other Republican-dominated states in a compact to ignore the dictates of the Affordable Care Act, including the disbursement of Medicare and Medicaid dollars. Worst case scenario? The federal assistance seniors rely on when in need of medication, hospitalization or a visit to the doctor would dry up. With the state in control, those funds could be used for “better means,” such as balancing the state budget. Far-fetched? Last year, the state redirected $9.5 million in tobacco settlement funds from the state’s Children’s Initiative Fund to the general fund. As part of the class action suit, the monies are supposed to support early childhood development programs. This year, Kansas received $62.2 million through the same tobacco settlement funds. Once again, the money is being withheld from programs to benefit children. More than $1 billion has been “lifted” from the state’s transportation fund over the past five years to pay for non-related items, including $140 million to pay for public school transportation, and $20 million to cover Statehouse renovation bonds. The Legislature is on track to transfer another $527 million from the “KDOT bank,” as legislators are fond of calling it, to the state general fund. Entitlement programs — Social Security, Medi­ care, Medicaid — long have been the target of ultraconservatives. Americans for Prosperity and Libertarians make no bones about the need for people to wean themselves off the teat of government programs.

Putting Medicare and Medicaid in the hands of state legislators takes the state closer to that objective. That’s why the AARP, the American Association of Retired Persons, is against the measure, as is Sandy Praeger, Kansas insurance commissioner. Praeger’s stance comes as little surprise. All along, she’s been a fan of the new health insurance plan. That the AARP is against the measure should give conservative Kansans pause. “Placing the health care of Kansans in jeopardy is not the way,” to show disfavor with the Affordable Care Act, said Maren Turner, state director of the AARP in an interview with the Kansas Health Institute. LEGISLATORS poohpooh the reaction by seniors and health care professionals. The legislation calls for the funding of Medicare and Medicaid to be allocated to states in lump sums from which they will direct the proceeds. The template of the legislation comes from the Houston-based Competitive Governance Action, a group dedicated to derailing the Affordable Care Act. Kent Thompson, our local representative, voted in favor of the legislation. In a sweeping assumption of how Kansans will greet the news, Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer said in the KHI article, “Kansans do not support Obamacare. So things that allow states to come up with their own health care solutions, we’re very supportive of that.” No offense, but not all Kansans cotton to the idea of giving state legislators such control. THE GOOD news is that Congress must place its stamp of approval on the legislation before it can take effect. Let us pray for saner heads to prevail. — Susan Lynn

Racial equality loses at the court A blinkered view of race in America won out in the Supreme Court on Tuesday when six justices agreed, for various reasons, to allow Michigan voters to ban race-conscious admissions policies in higher education. In 2003, the court upheld such a policy at the University of Michigan Law School because it furthered a compelling governmental interest in educational diversity. Opponents of affirmative action moved to amend the state constitution to ban any consideration of race or sex in public education and employment. In 2006, voters passed the amendment by a wide margin. Affirmative action supporters sued to strike down the amendment, arguing that by changing the rules of the game in a way that uniquely burdened racial minorities, the amendment violated the equal protection clause. A closely divided federal appeals court agreed. In Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, the Supreme Court reversed that ruling and allowed the amendment to stand. Among other things, the justices disagreed about whose rights were at issue: the minorities who would be affected by the ban or the majority of the state’s voters who passed it. Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for a three-member plurality, sided with the voters, who he said had undertaken “a basic exercise of their democratic power” in approving the amendment. He cautioned that the ruling took no position on the constitutionality of raceconscious admissions policies

The Michigan amendment has already resulted in a 25 percent drop in minority representation in Michigan’s public universities and colleges, even as the proportion of college-age African-Americans in the state has gone up. themselves. “This case is not about how the debate about racial preferences should be resolved. It is about who may resolve it.” Not so, Justice Sonia Sotomayor responded, in a stinging 58-page dissent. “Our Constitution places limits on what a majority of the people may do,” she wrote, such as when they pass laws that oppress minorities. That’s what the affirmative action ban does, by altering the political process to single out race and sex as the only factors that may not be considered in university admissions. While the Constitution “does not guarantee minority groups victory in the political process,” Justice Sotomayor wrote, “it does guarantee them meaningful and equal access to that process. It guarantees that the majority may not win by stacking the political process against minority groups permanently.” The Michigan amendment has already resulted in a 25 percent drop in minority representation in Michigan’s public universities and colleges, even as the proportion of college-age African-Americans in the state has gone up. In the most eloquent part of her dissent, Justice Sotomayor rightly took aim at the conservative members of the court,

who speak high-mindedly of racial equality even as they write off decades-old precedent meant to address the lingering effects of “centuries of racial discrimination” — a view that is “out of touch with reality.” The reality, she wrote, is that “race matters.” In response to her pointed rebuke, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. wrote a terse concurrence chiding Justice Sotomayor for questioning her colleagues’ “openness and candor.” Yet the chief justice’s own words on race show no true understanding of what she called America’s “long and lamentable record” of rigging the political game against racial minorities. “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race,” he wrote glibly in a 2007 case striking down school integration efforts in Washington and Kentucky. “Things have changed dramatically” 50 years after the Voting Rights Act, he wrote last year in Shelby County v. Holder, which struck down a provision of that act. These quotes represent a naïve vision of racial justice. As Justice Sotomayor put it, “we ought not sit back and wish away, rather than confront, the racial inequality that exists in our society.” — The New York Times

We need to take better care of this life-giving Earth By JOHN SCHLAGECK Kansas Farm Bureau

This is a special week for those who are involved with the production of food and fiber. It marks the 44th observance of Earth Day. The original premise of Earth Day was to promote the conservation of our natural resources. It is only fitting that on this day we showcase the progress of the Kansas farmer and rancher — but is there really any question most people who live on the planet Earth support its survival? To help put Earth Day in perspective, this celebration of our planet really began gathering steam at the beginning of the ’90s. It became a very “in” thing to bang the environmental drum. Back then, I remember Fortune magazine proclaiming for the first time the environment was a cause worthy of saving. Others shouted from the mountaintops that while motherhood, apple pie, baseball and the flag all may be subject to controversy — saving our plan-

We must always remember while our land yields fruits, vegetables and grains, it also yields a cultural harvest — one we as inhabitants all share and must nurture. et was beyond debate. This same idea is back in vogue today. In this perfect world, people will fully understand the tools they use, and some believe they can provide for themselves without depending on the professionals and specialists. Life would slow down and be viewed as a whole. This ideology offers a sense of place — of being rooted. Ancient wisdom and grassroots democracy are essential. Quality and equality of life are where it is. Much is said about ends but little about means. This ideology speaks poetically about much — plainly about little. So what happens after Earth Day passes? Most folks go about their daily lives and forget about Earth Day. Some will focus on small things like recycling or changing their shopping habits.

Some fringe environmentalists may be forced to re-think their radical positions of imminent apocalypse. Protecting and caring for this old world we call home is often a struggle. Like each day’s sunrise and sunset, we often take it for granted. Conservation of our planet can be a challenge because some regard the land as a private commodity. Others, including farmers, ranchers and those who make their living from the land, view this planet as a community to which they belong. They love, respect and care for the land. They adhere to an ethic, which enlarges the boundaries of their community to include soil, water, plants and animals. There is no other way for the land to survive the impact of modern man. We must always remember while our land yields fruits, vegetables and

grains, it also yields a cultural harvest — one we as inhabitants all share and must nurture. Let’s remember throughout the year, not only on Earth Day, that land is used right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability and beauty of the living community. It is used wrong when it tends to be otherwise. The bulk of all land relations hinges on investments of time, forethought, skill and faith, rather than only investments

of capital. We have continually modernized our farm equipment, plant foods, herbicides and other production inputs. We are proud of the abundance of the crops we produce. We can never throw away or limit the tools which have provided so much for so many. Let’s remember throughout the year our commitment to the successful and wise use of our life-giving land. Let’s remember that we have not outgrown the land. 

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Man lost in WWII finally laid to rest L E AV E N W O R T H , Kan. (AP) — A Topeka man whose plane went down during World War II has finally been laid to rest in his native state. Hundreds of people lined the streets Wednesday in Leavenworth to honor 2nd Lt. Verne L. Gibb. He was a pilot in World War II when his cargo plane was lost on a flight between Burma and India, likely because of bad weather. Five other people on the plane

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also were lost. Despite several searches, the crash site was never found and the six men were declared dead. Gibb’s remains were later found and were positively identified in October 2013. The Leavenworth Times reported several of Gibb’s family members attended Wednesday’s service, including his daughter. None of them was available for comment after the service.

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Camp Hope finds temporary home By KRISTEN RODERICK Hutchinson News

Camp Hope has found a place to call home this summer. The camp designed for children affected by cancer will take place at Barton Community College in Great Bend. The camp was forced to find a new location after a fire closed Camp Aldrich through the fall. Camp Aldrich is owned by Barton Community College, and the day of the fire, Camp Hope officials said they

planned to continue their partnership with the college. The cause of the April 12 fire is still under investigation, but insurance investigators and structural engineers determined the camp is unsafe for the public. It does not have power, water or utilities in some areas. Camp Hope has used the site for more than 30 years. The American Cancer Society supported the camp for more than 30 years, but decided af-

ter last year to redirect its funding elsewhere. The Camp Hope Committee has raised funds to provide a camp for the children, with Kans For Kids as a sponsor. Camp Hope officials are happy they have found a place for the children to have a place to go this summer. “We would like to thank Mark Dean, Jim Ireland and BCC for their support and in helping make this transition easy,” Camp Hope officials said in a release. “They have helped

ensure our campers will have another amazing camp experience. The committee would also like to thank the Barton County community for their generosity once again. This area is our camp home and we are excited that Camp Hope will be there again this year.” Kwik Shop will have its annual fundraiser for Camp Hope on Friday through May 22. Then, on May 3, there is a day of fundraising at the Great Bend Kwik Shop on Main Street.

Steel: Women deliver strong acting Continued from A1

Michael Swift, left, works in the Marmaton Valley High School woodworking shop with instructor Samuel Jackson. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

Program: Hands-on Continued from A1 had taken a similar class as a freshman with a different teacher. “I thought I would give it a shot again,” Swift said. “Mr. Jackson takes it very seriously. It is making me a better woodsman and I get something out of it.” Woodworking is some-

thing that’s always captured sophomore Keagan Boyd’s interest. “I didn’t know much about woodworking and so far I’ve learned a lot,” Boyd said. This year Jackson is teaching two classes but plans to add another next year and one more the year after.

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has no compunction not to be pragmatic. To wit: When Shelby mentions she has crow’s feet starting to appear on her eye’s edge, Truvy replies, “Time marches on and right across your face.” Amanda Moyer as M’Lynn, Shelby’s mother, displays a wide range of emotions. She is stoic through much of the play, but falls into a wistful mood when discussing problems that may occur with diabetes and pregnancy and in conclusion cries real tears. Tara Lind is the comelately member of the beauty shop circle, and faces some reluctance to fitting in, first through shyness and then when her religion becomes a little too dominant for the others. Jaime Westervelt isn’t on stage as much as the others, as Oiser Boudreaux, who has been in a bad mood for decades. That’s a pity, her arrogance delights — and in the end she’s just as emotional as the others. Finally, there is Linda Brocker as Clairee, well to do and older, who occasionally surprises with her observations and that she’s never nonplused. Maybe having taught in elementary school for years prepared her for just this role.

THE PLAY is filled with commentary that’s humorous, cutting and sometimes distressing. Early on Shelby argues that her wedding colors are “blush and bashful not pink,” though she eventually admits they’re “pink and darker pink.” “It’s no sin not being able to have children,”

her mother interjects while encouraging adoption. When the pregnancy is announced, Shelby is distraught that her mother doesn’t express happiness. “Complications are a part of life,” she says. “I wish you would be happy for me.” When her family life

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crops up, Shelby’s mother observes: “I’m lucky to have what I have, or (is it) I’m lucky to know what I have.” After Shelby suffers kidney failure and her mother announces she will donate a kidney: “Most mothers get to give life to their children once. I get to do it twice.”

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Red Devils end with a flourish By SPENCER MICHELSON The Iola Register

Fillies struggle

Offense and defense were on full display for the Allen Community College softball team in a doubleheader sweep against Cottey College Wednesday. The 7-2 and 15-0 wins in Allen’s regular season finale extended the Red Devil winning streak to five. “I thought the second game they really came together really well as a team, put up 15 runs,” head coach Jamie Amerine said. “The first game they looked really sluggish. The second game really proved what type of team we are.” Pitcher Marissa Luna threw a complete game to earn the win in the opener, allowing three hits and four walks. She gave up two runs, one earned, and had nine strikeouts. Cottey took a 1-0 lead in the third on a wild pitch. Allen took the lead, 2-1, in the bottom of the inning off a two-run single by Kayla Bourgeois, who was 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a run. Allen extended its lead with a three-run fourth. Shayla Stephens singled, scoring Stormie Bush. Annie Gentry hit a sacrifice fly, and Erika King then scored on a bad throw from a Cottey outfielder. The Comets scored in the fifth on a ground ball out to pull within 5-2. The Red Devils answered in the bottom of the frame with Bourgeois stealing home to make it 6-2. Allen’s final run in the sixth came on an RBI double by Bourgeois. Jordan Barber and Luna both had singles. Bailey Burnett was 2-for-3 with two runs

WELLSVILLE — Iola High’s softball team had a rough go of it Tuesday, dropping both games of a doubleheader to Wellsville, 17-2 and 16-1. The losses drop the Fillies to 3-5 in Pioneer League play and 3-7 overall. “Just a bad day,” Fillies head coach Vince Coons said. Iola was limited to four hits in the opener, singles by Ashlie Shields, Shelby Reno, Halie Cleaver and Hannah Endicott. Cleaver’s first-inning single actually gave the Fillies a quick 2-0 lead before the Eagles tied it in the bottom of the inning, then took the lead for good with a five-run second. Wellsville tacked on 10 in the bottom of the third — including a pair of grandslam home runs — to win via run-rule. Endicott pitched, giving up 10 hits and four walks. Mackenzie Weseloh also pitched, giving up four hits and two walks. The struggles continued in the second game. Wellsville broke open a 4-1 game with six runs in both the third and fourth innings, while Iola was limited to two hits. Both hits came in the second inning. Reno singled and scored on Cleaver’s RBI single. Weseloh gave up 11 hits and three walks. The Fillies return to action Friday at Humboldt’s Lindsey Friederich Memorial Tournament. Iola is slated to take on Neodesha at 1:30 p.m. before facing host Humboldt at 3:15. Game times are approximate and will be dictated by the completion of earlier games.

Indians topple KC CLEVELAND (AP) — Jason Kipnis drove in Nick Swisher with a two-out double in the seventh inning, sending the Cleveland Indians to a 5-3 win over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night. Kipnis ripped his double off Kelvin Herrera (0-1) into the gap in right-center, deep enough to easily score Swisher, who reached on a two-out single. The Indians tacked on an insurance run in the eighth on pinchhitter Lonnie Chisenhall’s bloop RBI single. See KC | Page B4

Pony golfers earn medals GARNETT — Iola Middle School’s Mea DeLaTorre and Addy Prather took home second and third place, respectively, at the Anderson County Invitational. DeLaTorre’s 57 was four strokes better than Prather’s 61. They were followed by Mia Aronson’s 65, good for seventh. On the boys’ side, Jeremy Waldman took home ninth with a 52. He was followed by Gentry Dougherty, 57, John Lynn, 60, Jack Eyster, 62, Hunter Baughn, 67, and Brady Folk, 69.

Allen Community College catcher Bailey Burnett, standing, cannot apply the tag to Cottey College baserunner Selena Gouchenour Wednesday in the Red Devils’ 7-2 victory. Allen then won the next game, 15-0 to cap the doubleheader sweep, extending its winning streak to five games to end the regular season. REGISTER/SPENCER MICHELSON scored and two RBIs. Shelby Maycumber left the game after colliding with Bush earlier in the game, hurting her ankle. Amerine said she will be looked at today once the swelling goes down, to learn her status for Saturday’s Region VI playoff doubleheader at Johnson County. ALLEN HAD a combined no-hitter, needing only five innings due to the run limit to complete the sweep. Luna started, pitching three innings with two strikeouts. Cassidy Reynolds finished it off, pitching for the first time this season. She went two innings with one strikeout and allowed one

walk. Already up 3-0, an eightrun third inning propelled the Red Devils to a commanding lead. L’Orien Pacheco reached first on a fielder’s choice, which scored a run. Bourgeois had an RBI single. Bush stole home. Allen then took advantage of four Comet errors, scoring each time. Allen scored four more in the fourth to end the game. Reynolds had an RBI double. Bourgeois had an RBI single, then scored on a double from Burnett, who later scored on a passed ball. Gentry led the way, going 3-for-4 with three runs. Bourgeois and Burnett each had two hits and two RBIs. Barber

had two hits. ACC had 13 hits, with every player scoring at least once. Amerine said the team camaraderie has stepped up during the streak, which have lifted the Red Devils to 6-38. (They were 1-38 prior.) “Whenever we go into a huddle we use to say ‘Devils,’” Amerine said. “Now that we have so few numbers, it’s all about family and kind of looking out for each other and picking each other up.” The team now shouts “family” to end their huddles. The Region VI playoffs open for Allen at Overland Park at 2 p.m. Saturday with a doubleheader. A third game in the best-of-three series will be Sunday.

Iola athletes golden at Rocket Invitational CHANUTE — Iola Middle School’s Tayton Driskel has another record under his belt. The Pony seventh-grader ran a school record 56.84 seconds to win the 400-meter dash Tuesday at the Royster Rocket Invitational. Driskel’s time bettered Luke Snavely’s seventh-grade mark of 57.1 seconds from 2002, IMS track coach Terry Lower said. This is the second record Driskel has accumulated in as many weeks. He set an IMS Invitational record the week prior in the long jump of 17 feet, 8 inches. Hunter Pankey of Burlington held the old mark of 17’2”. Driskel narrowly missed winning gold a third time. His long jump mark of 16’11” tied for the best of the day among seventh-graders, but he was relegated to second because of a tie-breaker. Elsewhere, Iola’s Ethan Holloway was a two-time winner among eighth-grade boys in the shot put and the high jump. Jayden Jackson won the seventh-grade girls discus. The Pony seventh-grade boys took second in Tuesday’s meet with 110 points, behind host Royster’s 148. The eighth-grade boys for Iola finished in seventh with 32 points. Parsons won the team title with 127. On the girls’ side, Iola’s seventh-graders took sixth with 53 points behind meet champion Parsons’ 125. The Pony eighth-grade girls took fifth with 40 points. Pittsburg won the team title with 133.

Iola Middle School’s Ethan Holloway clears the high jump bar, earning a gold medal in the process Tuesday at the Royster Rocket Invitational in Chanute. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN Boys Seventh Grade 100 meters — 1. Tayton Driskel, 12.44 400 meters — 1. Driskel, 56.84 800 meters — 2. Breton Plumlee, 2:37 1600 meters — 2. Plumlee, 5:41; 4. Cole Regehr, 5:46 100m hurdles — 5. Tim Komma, 19.59 4x100 relay — 6. Iola (Trevor Stover, Dylan Newland, Matt Karr, David Petty), 1:00.70 4x200 relay — 3. Iola (Petty, Stover, Komma, Newland), 2:12.58 4x400 relay — 2. Iola (Komma, Kane Rogers, Regehr, Plumlee), 4:38.00 Long jump — 2. Driskel, 16’11” Shot put — 3. Stover, 30’8 1/2”; 5. Hunter Preston, 29’2”

Discus — 2. Preston, 92’; 3. Matt Karr, 83’9” High jump — 2. Hunter Mittlemeier, 4’10” Eighth Grade 1600 meters — 3. Ethan Holloway, 5:43 4x400 relay — 5. Iola (Isaac Vink, Zach Cokely, Bryce Andres, Cale Barnhart), 4:44.01 Shot put — 1. Holloway, 38’3”; 5. Isaiah Wicoff, 35’2 1/2” High jump — 1. Holloway, 5’2” Girls Seventh Grade 100 meters — 6. Ashleigh Nicholas, 14.44 400 meters — 4. Madisyn Holloway, 1:12.47

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• JD 4040 with loader, 1150 hours, very clean & maintained, cab & air • JD 653A row crop head 6 row • 14’ bumper hitch stock trailer • 2011 7x24 Titan gooseneck stock trailer, very nice • 1982 7x26 Coose gooseneck stock trailer, electric brakes floor & tires in good condition • Gehl 7285 silage wagon w/scales & extra unloading auger for dry feed • New Holland 357 grinder mixer • 500 gallon slide in truck sprayer with 60 ft. booms mounted on a truck flatbed - flatbed will sell with the sprayer as one unit • Vermeer 605 C Roundbaler • 10’ brush hog 3 point • Matthews 9’6” Rotary Scythe, extra blades 540 PTO • 6 bale trailer • 10x12 2 wheel steel flatbed trailer with sides • 2 wheel bale mover with hand winch • 3 pt. big bale mover • Allis Chalmer C tractor - not running • H-Farmall tractor - not running • 65 gallon aluminum fuel tank • Ritchie water fountain • 2 - 8 ft. water hydrants Be on time, very few small items - No household items will be accepted. Cafe will be open for lunch More Info or to consign - 620-363-4390 or at the barn 620-365-6969

PUBLIC AUCTION Sun., Apr. 27, 2014 – 1 p.m. 1171 1100 Street Iola, KS

US 54 West East to 1000 Street then South 1- ⁄4 mi., then East 1⁄2 mi., then South 1⁄2 mi., on 1100 Street 1

Seller: Willard & Agnus Hammer Trust Estate

Nice Bungalow home, 2 BD, 1 BA with 1056 square feet of living space. Lot size is 50’x100’. Taxes for 2013 were $675.10. Will prorate at closing. 15% DOWN PAYMENT DAY OF SALE UPON SIGNING A PURCHASE AGREEMENT. BALANCE DUE ON DELIVERY OF DEED AND MERCHANTABLE TITLE. Closing will be on or before 30 days. Owner has the right to accept or reject any offer. YOU ARE INVITED TO HAVE ANY INSPECTIONS DONE TO THE HOME BEFORE THE SALE BECAUSE THE PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES. YOU CAN CALL ALLEN COUNTY REALTY, INC., AT (620) 365-3178 TO LOOK AT THE PROPERTY OR TO DO INSPECTIONS.

Your Patronage is Appreciated See allencountyauction.com for pictures

Terms: Cash or approved check. All items must be settled for and removed day of sale. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material.

Auction to be held by:

Allen County Auction Service Allen County Realty, Inc.

Jack Franklin & John F. Brocker • (620) 365-3178

PUBLIC AUCTION Quonset Hut • Garnett, KS

Anderson County Fairgrounds in Garnett, KS Saturday • April 26, 2014 • 10:00AM

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES • FURNITURE KITCHENWARE • APPLIANCES • MANUALS TOOLS ��� LAWN & GARDEN MISCELLANEOUS Cars Sell at 12:00pm ANTIQUE CAR 1949 Ford: 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis 49,458 actual miles, 4 Door LS: 108,000 miles, Power Sedan, Wide White Wall Steering,Power Doors, Seats & Tires, Partially Restored, Windows, Loaded Vin#: 98BA652512 Pictures on KansasAuctions.net AUCTIONEER NOTE: Most furniture is solid wood and in very nice condition

OWNER HELEN BAILEY and the late JAMES BAILEY

YODER AUCTION SERVICE Auctioneer: Ben Yoder ... 785-448-4419 Wing Man: Paul Smith .. 785-204-1495

CLERKS: LUNCH SERVED C. LICKTEIG PORT-A-POTTY AVAILABLE R. SCHMUCKER • Terms of Sale: Cash or Approved Check • Nothing Removed Until Settled For • Not Responsible for Accidents or Theft • Statements day of sale take precedence over printed material.

E state A u ction

Sellers:T he L ate K elly & Su nny E rickson 315 N .W ashing ton - C hanu te Satu rday,A pril26 • 10 a.m .

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3B D , 2B A , ranch w ith attached g arag e w ith partial basem ent. A ll on shaded corner lot. 3% broker participation recog nized. 10% bu yer’s prem iu m . ($1000 m in.) M cC u rdy A u ction L L C 519 O liver, W ichita, K S 67208 w w w .M cC u rdyA u ction.com Phone: (316) 686-0612 30+ C locks,C ollectibles,Shop and R elated & H ou sehold. T E R M S: C ash, Solvent C heck/N othing R em oved U ntilSettlem ent.

Jim Stew art A u ction C om pany Jim Stew art (620) 224-6177

L arry M ew hinney (620) 215-3068

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES (620) 365-2111

FURNITURE & DISHES: Kitchen table with 2 chairs, drop leaf dining table with 4 chairs (nice), glass front hutch, 4 new folding chairs, electric lift chair, wood glider chair, medical double bed (2 singles) remote control, 9 drawer dresser with mirror, double bed, w/box springs, 5 drawer dresser, rocking chair, coffee table, end tables, kitchen stand, telephone stand, miscellaneous chairs, large jewelry box w/mirror, night stands, floor lamps, table lamps, sofa, cedar chest, Kenmore electric sweeper, mirrors, Philips tape CD player w/ external speakers, radios, luggage, metal file cabinet, pictures, quilts, bedding, linens, hot plate, wheel chair and more. DISHES: 12 place serving Nortake China (complete), Roselyn china tea pot, new ice cream freezer electric or manual, pressure cooker, cold pack canner, 2 blenders, coffee pot, toaster, lots of nice platters, Hall china pitcher, stone cookie jar, Pyres, everyday dishes, pots and pans, silverware, miscellaneous kitchen tools. ANTIQUES: Wood carpentry tool box with miscellaneous tools, hand corn planter, hay knife, buck saw, ice tongs, wood box, 2 ½ gallon brown stone jug, Anscofex camera, kerosene lamp, wall phone, and more. FIGURINES: Precious Moments, glass and china, birds, animals, country scenes, etc., nice porcelain lamp (old). MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: 4 – 4x8 Walnut panel, miscellaneous cut Walnut panels, Aluminum step ladder, fruit jars, rake, garden tools and more. AUTO: 1993 Buick LaSabre custom 4 door, cloth seats, electric windows, 44,000 miles (purchased new). AUCTIONEER NOTES: Lots of miscellanous with 40 years of accumulation. Please come and help the Hammer’s! Port A Potty and Lunch.

Your Patronage is Appreciated See allencountyauction.com for pictures

Terms: Cash or approved check. All items must be settled for and removed day of sale. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material.

Auction to be held by:

Allen County Auction Service Allen County Realty, Inc.

Auctioneer: Jack Franklin • Phone - (620) 365-3178

PUBLIC AUCTION Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 – 10 a.m. 515 South Buckeye

Iola, KS

Seller: Mildred Williams

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Whirlpool freezer, Maytag washer, Maytag dryer, 2 step stool, Nadco belt exerciser, small dust buster, dirt devil, 2 drawer filing cabinet, wooden cabinet New Home electric sewing machine, Whirlpool double door refrigerator, Micro Wave Oven, gas cook range, kitchen table w/4 chairs, Queen Ann china cabinet, everyday dishes, toaster, T-Fal cookware, miscellaneous cleaning supplies, pots and pans, Orion TV, wood telephone stand, wood desk w/chair, wood buffett, large assortments of figurines some Precious Moments, 2 floor lamps, nice bird house, Genie electric organ w/bench, 6’ Grandfather clock, 3 end tables, small covered rocker, Nice rocker electric controls, foot stool, 2 wood magazine racks, sofa, 4 drawer chest, pole lamp,20 horse wagon team, stereo, 2 Zeneth TVs, pictures, Eureka Sweeper, clocks, wood coffee table, bed dresser w/mirror, 5 drawer chest, 2 night stands, wood quilt rack, bathroom scales, electric fans, towels and linens, metal safe, small wood dresser, 3 chest w/Porcelain top, clothes rack, wood record cabinet, metal cabinet, Cedar chest, bed w/5 drawer dresser and 2 night stands, white wood table, Excise machine, mirrors, pictures, throw pillows, old up right freezer, 3 wheeled bike w/basket, 3 drawer dresser, and lots of Miscellaneous. COLLECTIBLES: Boyds Bears, costume jewelry and lots of jewelry lots of wrist watches. TRUCK: 1985 Chevrolet Silverado 10 pickup w/ Cap Top topper, 36691 miles more or less. CARS: 1991 Buick Park Avenue, 4 door, 1976 Buick Hardtop (cloth top), 2 door, 39,396 miles.

HOUSE & BUILDING TO SELL AT 1 P.M.

515 South Buckeye, Iola, KS 66749 Lovely Bungalow home, 3 BD, 1 BA with 1616 square feet of living space, with 1 car detached garage. Owner has the right to accept or reject all offers. Taxes for 2013 were $838.54 will prorate at closing. 15% DOWN PAYMENT DAY OF SALE UPON SIGNING A PURCHASE AGREEMENT. BALANCE DUE ON DELIVERY OF DEED AND MERCHANTABLE TITLE. Closing will be on or before 30 days. YOU ARE INVITED TO HAVE ANY INSPECTIONS DONE TO THE HOME BEFORE THE SALE BECAUSE THE PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES. YOU CAN CALL ALLEN COUNTY REALTY, INC., AT (620) 365-3178 TO LOOK AT THE PROPERTY OR TO DO INSPECTIONS.

Your Patronage is Appreciated See allencountyauction.com for pictures

Terms: Cash or approved check. All items must be settled for and removed day of sale. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material.

Auction to be held by:

Allen County Auction Service Allen County Realty, Inc. Phone - (620) 365-3178

SHOP THE CLASSIFIEDS All ads are 10 word minimum, must run consecutive days. DEADLINE: 2 p.m. day before publication; GARAGE SALE SPECIAL: Paper & Web only, no shopper: 3 Days $1 per word

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PUBLIC AUCTION Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 – 2 p.m. 231 South Tennessee

Iola, KS

Seller: Kansas Estate Recovery House & Land For Sale

Bungalow home, 2 BD, 1 BA with 804 square feet of living space. Lot size is 100’x125’. Taxes for 2013 were $269.68. Will prorate at closing. 15% DOWN PAYMENT DAY OF SALE UPON SIGNING A PURCHASE AGREEMENT. BALANCE DUE ON DELIVERY OF DEED AND MERCHANTABLE TITLE. Closing will be on or before 30 days. Owner has the right to accept or reject any offer. Will also sell lots 10 & 11 block 6 Edward’s East addition to City of Iola right after the house sale which is 100 x 133 and Taxes are $16.74 for 2013 and you will be responsible for 2014 taxes. YOU ARE INVITED TO HAVE ANY INSPECTIONS DONE TO THE HOME BEFORE THE SALE BECAUSE THE PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES. YOU CAN CALL ALLEN COUNTY REALTY, INC., AT (620) 365-3178 TO LOOK AT THE PROPERTY OR TO DO INSPECTIONS.

Your Patronage is Appreciated See allencountyauction.com for pictures

Terms: Cash or approved check. All items must be settled for and removed day of sale. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material.

Auction to be held by:

Allen County Auction Service Allen County Realty, Inc.

Jack Franklin & John F. Brocker • (620) 365-3178

Allen C o. Allen C o. R ealty & Au ction Service Inc. • For all your real estate & auction needs •

(620) 365-3178

John Brocker, broker Auctioneer: Jack Franklin

Wanted to Buy BUYING COIN COLLECTIONS FOR OVER 30 YEARS, highest prices paid for collector coins, Jon Minor 620-365-8161.

Personals MEET SINGLES RIGHT NOW! No paid operators, just real people like you. Browse greetings, exchange messages and connect live. Try it free. Call now 877391-1010.

Coming Events KC ROYALS GAME United Methodist Men Family Night at the K, Friday May 16, 2014. Ride in a chartered bus to the game and back. $38 PER PERSON, price includes tickets to the game and bus fare. For tickets call Arvin Clemans at 620-365-2798 or Paul Upshaw 620-228-1624. Deadline May 5, 2014.

Services Offered SHAUGHNESSY BROS. CONSTRUCTION, LLC. Carpentry and painting service Siding and windows 620-365-6815, 620-3655323 or 620-228-1303 STORAGE & RV OF IOLA WEST HIGHWAY 54, 620-365-2200. Regular/Boat/RV storage, LP gas, fenced, supervised, www. iolarvparkandstorage.com

General Repair and Supply, Inc. MACHINE SHOP H REPAIR CUSTOM MANUFACTURING

Complete Stock of Steel, Bolts, Bearings & Related Items (620) 365-5954 1008 N. Industrial Road H Iola

THOLEN’S HEATING & COOLING INC.

Services Offered SUPERIOR BUILDERS. New Buildings, Remodeling, Concrete, Painting and All Your Carpenter Needs, including replacement windows and vinyl siding. 620-365-6684 IOLA MINI-STORAGE 323 N. Jefferson Call 620-365-3178 or 365-6163 ALL THINGS BASEMENTY! Basement Systems Inc. Call us for all of your basement needs! Waterproofing? Finishing? Structural Repairs? Humidity and Mold Control. FREE ESTIMATES! Call 1-888-720-5583. BORDER TO BORDER ROOFING LLC Residential & Commercial Roofing - Guttering KS State Licensed Free Estimates - Fully Insured Parsons, Pittsburg, Chanute 888-399-7766

HOLLOWAY & SONS INC.

HEATING & COOLING (620) 365-3142 1021/2 W. 1st, Gas •Sales & Installation •Custom Sheet Metal •Free Estimates 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE

PAYLESS CONCRETE

PRODUCTS, INC. 802 N. Industrial Rd., Iola

(620) 365-5588

PSI, Inc.

Personal Service Insurance Loren Korte

12 licensed insurance agents to better serve you IOLA HUMBOLDT MORAN 365-6908 473-3831 237-4631

Life • Health • Home • Auto • Crop Commercial • Farm

• Custom Cabinetry • Flooring • Granite Countertops

824 N. CHESTNUT • IOLA

(620) 365-6445

620-365-9018

www.tholenheatingandcooling.com

Call for your personal in-home consultation.

We specialize in the sales, service and installation of:

DALE’S SHEET METAL, INC.

• Geothermal • Ice Machines • Residential HVAC • Commercial HVAC • Commercial Refrigeration See our ad on the back inside cover of

Eddie Abbott

HEATING

COOLING

Sales – Service – Installation Free Estimates Custom Sheet Metal Duct Cleaning – Seamless Guttering

365-3534 or 1-800-794-2662 211 N. Jefferson, Iola Visa, Mastercard

Paper, Web and Shopper 6 Days • $1.85/WORD 12 Days • $2.35/WORD 18 Days • $3.25/WORD 26 Days • $4.00/WORD

ADDITIONS Blind Box • $5 Centering • $2 Photo • $5


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Thursday, April 24, 2014

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•Do you know any women like her? She’s coming from Washington, but from what I understand, it’s a different world in Washington that I’m not familiar with, but it’s hopefully something that I can intuit accurately enough. But I know a lot of strong women, and I’ve met a few in the business world and stronger women in the creative arts. I think I’ve met a couple of women that could be her sisters. I think Meg commands that kind of attention. •What’s it like to play a woman like that? Only one other time have I played a character who would command that attention walking into a room full of very powerful people in their own right. That’s an interesting power to have; it’s a fun power to have. You put it on when you’re on set, but it’s all in the world of makebelieve. The heads are turning, the backs are straightening, have been told to do so. It’s not suddenly because I get to behave this way, that people go “Woo!”

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Extras!!! SUNDAY 9 p.m. on KSNF, KSHB Crisis Finley and Dunn (Lance Cross, Rachael Taylor) become one of the parent missions in hopes of speaking directly to the kidnapper in the new episode “Homecoming.”

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MONDAY 7 p.m. on KOAM 2 Broke Girls Caroline (Beth Behrs) and Max (Kat Dennings) are invited to the racetrack as guests of Sophie (Jennifer Coolidge) and her boyfriend, in the new episode “And the Free Money.”

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TUESDAY 8 p.m. on KOAM NCIS: Los Angeles When software for a new unmanned aerial vehicle is stolen, and the lead engineer’s 10year-old daughter disappears, Sam (LL Cool J) is certain the two events are connected.

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WEDNESDAY 8 p.m. on KOAM Criminal Minds A series of arsenic poisonings and handwritten death threats brings the BAU to Long Beach, Calif., in this new episode. Bruce Baumgartner guest stars in “Fatal.”

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Prep golfers hit the links FREDONIA — Humboldt High’s Robbie Sellman recovered nicely from a rough front nine to earn a sixth-place medal at the Fredonia Invitational Tuesday. After struggling through the first nine holes with a 43, the Humboldt junior pared six strokes his second nine for a 37, tying for the best nine-hole score of the tournament. He finished with an 80, two strokes behind the top two golfers, Chase

Sports Calendar Iola High School Baseball Walter Johnson Tourney Friday (at Humboldt) Noon, vs. Lamar, Mo. Final round, TBA High School Softball Lindsey Friederich Memorial Tournament Friday (at Humboldt) 1:30 p.m.,* vs. Neodesha 3:15 p.m.,* vs. Humboldt High School Tennis May 5, at Coffeyville, 3 p.m. High School Golf Monday, BUCK QUINCY INVITATIONAL, 3 p.m. High School Track Friday, at Fredonia, 3 p.m. Middle School Track Today, at Girard, 1 p.m. Middle School Golf Today, at Anderson County, 3 p.m. * Time approximate

Humboldt High School Baseball Walter Johnson Tourney Friday (at Humboldt) 10 a.m., vs. Neodesha Final round, TBA High School Softball Lindsey Friederich Memorial Tournament Friday (at Humboldt) Noon, vs. Neodesha 3:15 p.m.,* vs. Iola High School Track Friday, at Pitt State Relays High School Golf Monday, at Iola * Time approximate

Coble of Olpe and Austin Waggoner of Fredonia. Three other golfers shot 79. Humboldt’s Tanner Porter finished 40th with a 113. Ryan Huse took 43rd with a 119, and Conner Roseberry finished 45th with a 131. The Cubs finished seventh as a team with a 443. MEANWHILE, Yates Center’s Nick Schemper was done in with a quadruple bogey eight on the ninth hole, thwarting his medal bid. Schemper finished in a tie for 17th with an 86. “Nick was shooting great until the ninth hole,” Wildcat golf coach Kevin Barnes said. “He recovered and shot a 41 on the back nine.” Tuesday’s tournament marked the first ever 18-hole competition for Yates Center’s Remi Wagner, who shot a 105 to tie for 38th, and Jon Barnes, who took 44th

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with a 127. “It takes a lot of stamina to walk and carry their bags that far,” Coach Barnes said. “They played a few strokes better than I was expecting, but were very worn out at the end.”

YATES CENTER — Marmaton Valley Junior High’s Makayla Brooks continues to pile up the gold this track and field season. Brooks pulled in three gold medals, winning the long jump, 100- and 200-meter dashes for the Wildcat eighth-grade girls, while classmate Shelby Yoho won the 1600-meter run. The winning marks helped Marmaton Valley’s girls to take second as a team at the Yates Center Invitational. In all, Marmaton Valley athletes compiled 11 other top-three finishes. Marmaton Valley’s re-

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Bryan Shaw (1-0) finished the seventh and got one out in the eighth. Cody Allen retired two, and John Axford worked the ninth for his ALleading eighth save. Michael Bourn had three hits and two RBIs for the Indians. Salvador Perez and Mike Moustakas hit back-to-back homers in the second for Kansas City. Indians starter Justin Masterson remained winless through five starts. The staff ’s ace, who turned down a contract extension during spring training, allowed two earned runs and eight hits in 6 1-3 innings. Down 3-2, the Indians tied it in the sixth off lefty starter Jason Vargas when Michael Brantley scored from first on two Kansas City errors. Brantley singled with one out, and broke for second with two down and Yan Gomes batting. As Brantley slid safely into second, the throw from catcher Perez skipped into center field. Brantley hustled toward third and center fielder Jarrod Dyson took his eye off the ball, overrunning it and letting the tying run score. Moustakas gave the Royals a 3-2 lead in the sixth, when an error by second baseman Kipnis helped set up Kansas City’s unearned goahead run.

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Girls Eighth Grade Makayla Brooks, 1. long jump, 15’ 1/2”; 1. 100 meters, 13.91; 1. 200 meters, 28.88. Megan Ensminger, 3. 800 meters, 2:56. Shelby Yoho, 1. 1600 meters, 6:28; 2. 800 meters, 2:51. Medley relay (Clara Boyd, Emily Smart, Ensminger, Yoho), 3. 2:17. 4x100 relay (Boyd, Smart, M. Brooks, Shayla Brooks), 2. 57.84. Seventh Grade Patricia Outlan, 2. high jump, 4’. Savannah Puckett, 2. long jump, 12’11 1/4”; 2. 100 meters, 14.18; 3. 200 meters, 30.97 4x100 relay (Karlie Stephens, Outlan, Sara Spillman, Puckett), 2. 1:03 Boys Eighth Grade Justice Pugh, 2. 3200 meters, NA

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20’x40’x10’ 24’x40’x10’ 30’x40’x10’

$ $

Open-Sided Buildings COMPLETE FINISHED PACKAGE With Dirt Floor

All With 40-Yr. Metal

(No Concrete)

30’x50’x12’ $

12,900

COMPLETE! Price Includes Material & Labor - Location Could Affect Pricing

The Diebolt Advantage

• 40-Year Warranty On Metal • 22 Colors Available • 29 Gauge & 26 Gauge Available • Delden Steel Garage Doors • Silverline Windows • Building Customized To Your Needs • Free Estimates & Consultation • Local Qualified Contractors • Top Quality – No Shortcuts • Lifetime Warranty On Posts

Ask about Lease to Own through

for as low as

$

167 mo.

with approved credit

1-888-444-4346

Ask About Garage & Barn Packages That Include Living Quarters!

2661 Nebraska Rd., LaHarpe

Shop Online at www.dieboltlumber.com


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