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==Page 6 The Valley Falls Vindicator July 11,2013 NEW AND USED--Lawn mowers, WANT TO BUY FURNITURE for my chain saws, and trimmers. 945-new apartment. 785-215-2507 6711. ll-tfc 46-1tp SEARS CRAFTSMAN 50" RIDING lawn mower, good condition. 2007 4-wheeler, Marshin brand. Less than 10 hrs. on machine, like new. 785-608- 4497 cell, 785-945-3993 home. FRONT PORCH TAGGED SALE-- 45-2tp July 12 & 13, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. 14352 FOR SALE- Black and Fill Dirt, 98th St., Oskaloosa. Refurbished & Delivery Available. Dan Heinen 640- recycled antique/vintage furniture & 6759 Nathan Heinen 224-6466. home decor. 4-46-1tp 30-eow-tfc 5-FAMILY GARAGE SALE--Fri., FOR SALE--'98 Ford Explorer, AWD; 2005 Ford Taurus, 67K; 2003 Mazda Tribute AWD, llbK; 2009 Pontiac G6 2 dr., 27K; 2004 Kia New Spectra; 2004 Chevy 1500 reg. cab, 78K; and 2004 Ford F150 4x4, reg. cab, 101K. (K designates 1,000 miles) ERHART ENTERPRISES, 913-774-8001. 42-52-tfc LASSIFIED AD RATES • 20˘ per word • $5.00 cash minimum (25 words) • $1.00 billing fee each run • $2.00 charge for blind ads • Classified display advertising $5.25 per col. inch VISA • • • (Continued from page 2) for insurance. Feldkamp said he could schedule a date for board members to tour Washburn Tech and that caused a discussion about student interest in those courses. Enrollment in the Topeka school has been low and the board would like to see more inter- est. Member Heidi Pickerell was the first to acknowledge that the school had a number of skill sets that would do the local students well to have and questioned if the school was doing all it could to promote it. Sweeney pointed out that there is a substantial savings in tuition for Washburn students who have taken the courses as well. • • • (Continued from page 5) suspicious activity. ........................ 17 traffic problem ............................... 20 Unsecured Building ........................ 2 911 hangup .................................... 42 DUI .................................................. 1 The following accidents were recently reported: June 25: Clarissa Cope, Ozawkie, was backing out of a parking lot on Walnut Street in Oskaloosa when she struck the front of Phillip Cline's vehicle. There was minor damage to both vehicles. June 26: John Oberzan, Lawrence, was stopped at a stop sign at 17th and US-24 Highway. Carrie Reagan, Law- rence, pulled up behind him but thought Oberzan turned and struck the rear of his vehicle. July 12, 8 a.m. to ? and Sat., July 13, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 506 Walnut, Win- ] Make your mark with a : chester. 4-46-1tp I f'tL!nited 1 I • rubber stamp from ° I ountry I Call for an appointment,' 1150 • • I -'-"f-" ' IJayhawk TV & AppliancesI ii/ 71 p- • The" I Heart of America I B&B Tree Removal ]J • = [ Real Estate & Auction I I We sell the best and service the resflI ~~? 'I, ~ ] • fl Vindicator I A eer I '-' • • I Amana,Maytag ~ I l[ Barry 785-945-3589 ~1/ i! • 945.3257• I FullTime Professional Service i i 435 New York, Holton, KS66436 i i[ Ce11785-230-5058 Evelyn's Hair & Skin Oare , 510 Broadway o Valley Falls • • I Auctions • Appraisals ° Realtors I I jayhawktv@centurylink.netI H Aerial equipped Removal, trimming // • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I andy@ucheartofamerica.com ' 785-806-6921 I I www.northeastkansasauctions.com iI 785-364-2241 ,01[ L nsured Stump Grinding ] [ PUBLIC NOTICE I , (Published in The Valley Falls Vindicator July 11, 2013)1t I I = ---- 04-46-1tcI NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING ~' ~~ ,~°~° ° °°~ ~ I~7~,9,,6779, ~ ~0ve ~o~ oVale ~als~eceatio ~o~mission~ meeton~uy I indoor environment since 1972 I 22, 2013, at 6:00 p.m., at Valley Falls School Library for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of funds. Detailed budget information is available at Valley Falls Superintendent's E| IlPi,O 'I tlENT IR°bers°n Refrigerationl Office and will be available at this meeting. • . C NYL BUDGET SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES DRIVERS: CDL-B: Great Pay, Home- " ...... The proposed budget year expenditure amount is the maximum expenditure time! No-Forced Dispatch! New Sin- Located in the heart of Northeast I www.rorenet.com i ,0e Elm ST. Perry I Phone 785-597-5110 • FAX 785-597-5001 limit for the proposed budget year. gles from St. Joseph to surrounding Kansas, Valley Falls (pop. 1,192) is Prior Year Current Year Proposed Budget states. TruckMovers.com or 888-567- looking for a highly motivated person to 4861 4-46-4tpbe our next CITY ADMINISTRATOR. The right candidate is the one who is willing to invest themselves in the com- HELP WANTED munity to preserve the best quality of Service Technician life for all residents with the same can- do spirit that drove the early settlers of to work in shop doing tire repairs, tire this region. mounts, new tire sales, oil changes, Valley Falls is a full-service commu- general maintenance and customer nity that sits halfway between Topeka service. Some computer experience is and Atchison at the junction of K-4 & required. Additional work in warehouse K-16 highways in the beautiful rolling and store as needed. Benefits include hills of northeast Kansas. Valley Falls Health, Dental, Life Ins, disability and has a $1.5 million budget and operates retirement plans, its own water and sewer facilities. The Apply in person with Rick Sprang: community offers Standard of Excel- Jackson Farmers, 511 Howard St., lenceaward-winning Pre-Kthrough 12 Effingham, KS 66023. 4 -2r school system, library, and recreation commission and activities. It maintains beautiful parks, baseball fields, and a Perry Unified School swimming pool. District #343 Experience and a certificate or a degree in public administration, public has openings for works, or business is preferred. How- Substitute Teachers ever, it is expected that the selected This can be a position of Emergency candidate shall be able to attain the necessary skills for the job within a year Substitute (to be eligible, you must have after hired. Individual must possess 60 hours of college credit). These hours good interpersonal and communication do not have to be in education. If you are skills, as well as budget management avaitablelosub for half day or one or two skills. Experience in economic develop- days a week, please apply,ment is a plus. Residency in Valley Falls For more information email Marty Blosser is required. Competitive salary and benefit package will be offered DOQ at mblosser@usd343.org, and experience. Send cover letter and resume to City of Valley Falls, 417 Broadway St., Valley Falls, KS, 66088, or email: vfcity@ giantcomm.net. Position open until filled. 46-4tc HOME & BANK TELLER POSITION Strong and progressive community bank seeks teller/customer service represen- tative for our McLouth office. Banking experience is preferred but we will train the right person. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package and an exceptional work environment. Applications can be obtained and returned to Bank of McLouth, 117 S. Union, (P.O. Box 100), McLouth, KS 66054. 4-4h-2tc Y 5093rd St., Winchester A very nice, 2+ bedrooms, 2 baths, ranch-style home built in 2004, with a separate dining room and living room that features an electric fire- place. The main floor includes crown molding, a large kitchen island, and access to the attached 2-car garage. The house sits on a large unfin- ished basemei~~.~* ~ 606 Herkimer St., Oskaloosa A newly-ramodeled, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, ranch- style home located 5 blocks from Oskaloosa schools. It features an unfinished basement, a 1-car basement garage, and a new roof. The State Bank of Oskaloosa Member FDIC Please contact Eric Dowser, Dick Decker, or Julie McGinnis with questions on either of these properties at (785) 863-2267. 52-42-6tc Vindicator Classifieds! 785-945-3257 404 Locust St. Nortonville, KS Price Reduced to $125,000. Corner Lot, Victorian Style Home Remodeled in 2004 New plumbing, heating & air, & electrical 4+ bedroom, 1 bath (option for 2nd bath) Listed on fizbeaux.com Contact homeowners at 785-331-7493 Herring Seeding grass seeding, verticutting, garden plowing & tilling Valley Falls 785-945-3513 I herringseedinginc, cOm3s.48.ffc I KIRBY'S REMODELING Home and Farm Remodeling Mark A. Kirby -- 913-886-3355 785-220-0591 31-1et˘ DOmRS "We make house calls." 901 Iowa Holton, KS 66436 785-364-9300 324 Washington Oskaloosa, KS 66066 785-863-9200 Sullivan Plumbing COMPLETE SALES & SERVICE cHeating •Plumbing • Air Conditioning •Wiring 785-945-6630 Valley Falls, Ks. a-lfr, CALL Mick Tree Service Kansas Certified Arborist Lowering -- Removal Trimming -- Stump Removal Aerial Equipped (30 Years Reference) FREE ESTIMATES, INSURED 1000 Ohio, Holton, KS 66436 785-364-5088 785-383-6670 284fc LARRISON TREE SERVICE HOLTON, KS Clark Construction Soil Conservation & Excavating All Types of Dirt Work LaVerne & Jeri Clark VALLEY FALLS, KS 66088 785-945-6741 785-935-2345 Cell" 785-640-2222 37-ffc Tree Trimming Topping and Removal Stump Removal Aerial Equipped, Insured Free estimates 1-800-844-6771 Any Time Leave message if no answer HEINEN CUSTOM OPERATIONS INC. "Your Dream Is Our Blueprint" ,,Custom Design and Built Homes eLight Commercial oAgri-buildings °Remodeling and Additions °Painting °Roofing eVinyl Siding °Replacement Windows Dan & Marietta Heinen & Doug Wildeman Heinen P-H-E Services, Inc. Plumbing -- Heating -- Electrical -- Air Conditioning-- Trenching -- Back Hoe Services Turn to the ExpertŁ 785-945-6668 • 1-888-942-6668 JERRY HEINEN Valley Falls, Ks.- 945-6759 Valley Falls, Ks. ,]-tf~, 3US~ ~ a Prix~ S(,rvi, Davis Publications, inc. The Vindicator, 416 Broadway, Valley Falls 7, B5-945-3:),57 107 Daily and Weekly Newspapers with a total circulation of 500,000 Help Wanted Help Wanted/Truck Driver "Can You Dig It?" Heavy Equipment Opera- Drivers: Training, Class A-CDL. Train and tor School. 3 Weeks, Hands On. Bulldozers, work for us! Professional and focused training Backhoes, Excavators. National Certifications. for your Class A-CDL. You choose between Lifetime Job Placement Assistance. VA Ben- Company Driver, Owner Operator, Lease Op- efits Eligible! 1-866-362-6497 erator or Lease Trainer. (877) 369-7885 www. "Partners In Excellence" OTR Drivers APU eentraltruckingdrivingjobs.com Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger pelicy. FOREMEN to lead utility field crews. Outdoor 2012 & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch, physical work, many positions, paid training, Buffer Transport 1-800-528-7825 $17 - $21/hr. plus weekly performance bonuses Sporting Goods after promotion, living allowance when travel- GUN SHOW JULY 13-14 SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 9-3 ing, company truck and benefits. Must have TOPEKA KANSAS EXPOcENTRE ( 19TH & strong leadership skills, good driving history, TOPEKA BLVD) BUY-SELL-TRADE INFO: and able to travel throughout eastern Kansas. (563) 927-8176 Email resume to Recruiter6@osmose.com or Help Wanted/Truck Driver apply online at www.OsmoseUtilities.com. Exp. Flatbed Drivers: Regional opportunities EOE M/F/D]V now open with plenty of freight & great pay! 800-277-0212 or primeinc.com Place your ad in The Network through The Vindicator---785-945-3257 Actual Estimated Year Fund 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 General -0- -0- -0- Totals 60,000 60,000 60,000 Lease Purchases: 2010 2011 2012 July 1, 0 0 0 /s/Heather Allen Recreation Commission Secretary Mon., July 15, 2013 • 7 p.m. Sharp 3838 NW 86th St, e Topeka, KS (Open house preview Sun., July 7, 3-4 p.m.) OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY! Help yourself to this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home on 5+/- acres in north Topeka. This raised ranch has large bedrooms, a nice open floor plan, and full finished walkout basement. It is in need of TLC. Investors and owner-occupants, you need to look at this one. THIS PROPERTY WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST AND LAST BIDDER AFTER A MINIMUM OPEN- ING BID OF $25,000.00. Photos and info at: www.northeastkansasauctions.com Partial terms: $2,500.00 down as earnest money. Saris as-is withany~nd all fahlts and positively no contingencies. Bidders must show bank letter to register. Furl terms and conditions available at open house. T ,. ] m Andy Conser, Realtor/Auctioneer unn:ea IN Becky Wise-Broker ountr, ............ 785-806-6921or785-863-3322I Heart of America Real Estate & Auction www.northeastkansasauctions.com Sat., July 20, 2013 • 9:30 a.m. Preview at 8 a.m. Climate-Controlled Blue Building • Effingham, KS Near complete collection of Cream & Green. All items in this auction are very nice! Many items not listed. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Children's Books; Fisher-Price Huffy PuffyTrain; Other Wooden Toys; Stone Jugs; German Beer Steins; Ceramic horse figurines; Czechoslovakian Crystal Bowl; Silver cups; Animal Figurines; Miscellaneous Green Depression Glass; Teapots; Cream and Sugar; Colonial Knife and Fork Pattern; Depression Glass; Southwestern Pottery; Fuel Can; Wooden Toolbox; Oil Lamps; Primitive Yarn Winder; Wooden Chicken Crate; Miscellaneous Gran- ite Cookware; Green Glass Kitchenware; Fisher-Price, Disney Pull-Along Dog; Cream and Green Kitchenware; Edwin Knowles Dishes; Green Juicer; Marbles and Buttons; Green Metal Kitchen Scale; Wagon Flour Bin; Weathervane; Old Medicine Bottles; Buggy Step; Framed Art; SouthWestern Style horse blanket; Shaving Mirror; Runner Sled; Cast Iron Cookware; Milk Bottle Cooler;White Moun- tain Ice Cream Freezers; The Clipper Treadle Seed Selector; Primitive Tobacco Setter Wooden Plow; Green Butter Churn; Old Post Cards; Wall Mount Coffee Grinder; Cistern Pump, made in Atchison, KS; Bread Boxes; Pie Carriers; Quilts and comforters; Stained Glass Bull Window; Stone Children's Plates; Wagner & Griswold Cast Iron Pieces; New York Central Wind-up Tin 5-pc. Train Set by Mar- Toys, nice w/track. COINS Sell at 10 a.m.: Lincoln Cents; Mercy 10˘; Buffalo 5˘; St. 25˘ Set; Morgan Haft-Dollars; 1 Confederate $100 Bill; OIL ITEMS: Standard Oil Thermometer; Mobil & Penzoil Lubesters, very nice. ANTIQUE FURNrrUBE & HOUSEHOLD: Primitive Side Table; Wood Frame; Gold Leaf Mirror; Green Wooden Corner Cabinet; Solid Oak Rocking Chair; 2 Bentwood Folding Chairs; Bible Stand; Oak Work Stand; Smoking Stand; Oak Mirrors; Marble Topped Sew- ing Bench; Cream & Green Porcelain Gas Cook Stove; Green & Cream Easy Washing Machine, works; Green & Cream Kitchen cabinet, complete with sifter; Curved Glass Claw Foot China Cabinet; Green Gibson Refrigerator; Sewing Ma- chine Table; Wooden Opossum Bellied Cabinet; Corner China Cabinet; Roper Side-by-Side Fridge/Freezer w/ice maker; Dining Table; 4 Green Bentwood chairs; 2 Green Recliners; 2 Swivel Recliners; Sofa; Night Stands and End Tables; Enter- tainment Center; 2 Wooden Dressers; Love Seat; 4 Nice Brass Electric Lamps; 2 Floor Lamps; 2 Color TVs; 2 Extra Large Wood Frame Mirrors; Hand Painted Pictures; Wooden Storage Cabinet. OFFICE EQUIPMENT: 3 Office Chairs; Dell Computer; HP Fax Machine; HP Printer/Scanner; Brothers Electric Typewriter; Computer Table. LAWN & GARDEN: 8 Metal Lawn Chairs; Round Patio Table; 2 Bird Baths; Old Park Bench; Family of Concrete Ducks and Chickens. ANTIQUE: Walnut high back bed & matching marble top dresser; Oak highboy with mirror; Oak vanity with tnple mirrors; Vintage brass bed - queen size; Singer treadle sew- ing machine; Large Doubleday cowgirl pictures, prof. framed; Antique wicker pcs.: Photographer's chair, table, lamps, rocker, music/man holder. NEWER FURNI- TURE: Ethan Allen dining room set: Pedestal table, leaves, 6 chairs & matching china cabinet; 3 large bookcases; Piano. AUTOMOTIVE: 4 GM rims w/tires, (2) P21575R15, (2) P20575R15; 40lds wire-spoke hub caps; '83 Olds Delta 88 front & back bumpers; Wheel well moldings, hood trim; 4 barrel carb for 307; New fuel pump for 307. NEW LUMBER: (34) 1x4x8 tongue & groove porch decking; (16) 1x4x12 tongue & groove porch decking; (96) 36" porch balisters CCA. AUCTION- EER'S NOTE: This is a very clean auction. Rick & Harry have sold their home and will be moving out of state. They have collected for years green and cream kitchen and household items (roasters, pans, collanders, much more). These items are in very good shape. Many items were packed away and will not be unpacked until auction time. Come and enjoy/- Jeff Go to www.thenewsleaf.com/hoffman.htm for lots of photos! HAROLD STEPHENS & RICHARD ENGWEILER HOFFMAN AUCTION SERVICE Jeff Hoffman, Auctioneer = Effingham, KS ° (913) 833-4125 www.thenewsleaf.com/hoffman.htm, Lunch & Restrooms on Grounds The Vindicator 41 6 Broadway 785-863-2520 , color. • Great for Jt door or (mtd(×)r Lo yo .r Sw:ifJc tior s fbr occasio ! Call THE VINI)ICATOR for deta:~Is! 795-945-3257 OFFICE SPACE in Valley Falls avail- able for rent. Call 785-213-0404. 5-tfc APARTMENT FOR RENT--Gas and water paid. 785-945-6789. 33-tfc NICE 1 BR APARTMENT FOR RENT. All utilities paid. $425/mo. Stove and refrigerator furnished. 785-945-6789. 38-tfc 2 BR, 1 BA APT. IN DOWNTOWN Oskaloosa. Washer/dryer hook-up. Off-street parking. Available now. $520.785-865-6612 49-39-tfc COMFORTABLE 1 BR WALKOUT basement apartment. Approx. 700 sq. ft., beautiful and quiet, furnished (in- cludes washer/dryer), large shower, utilities included, free Wi-Fi. No pets. $420/mo. plus $100 deposit. In the country, Oskaloosa. 785-865-3436. 01-43-tfc HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE 1 BR, 1 BA house for rent bordering Hwy. 16 (3 miles east of Valley Falls). Recently remodeled with all new ap- pliances. New heating system!! $500/ me. Please call 913-669-7649. 43-01-6tp HOUSE FOR RENT IN VALLEY FALLS. 785-945-4199. 45-03-tfc NOTICE PREGNANT? Worried? For confi- dential free help, call Birthright, 234-0701or 1-800-550-4900. 31 tfc Serving Jefferson County's people in need. P.O. Box 26 • Meriden, KS Open 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturdays Contact Rita Kennedy, 785-484-271 I, for more information Your donations of non-perish- able food items and monetary gifts are greatly appreciated. Food donations may be made at the Oskaloosa Independent, 607 Delaware, Oskaloosa or the Valley Falls Vindicator, 416 Broadway, Valley Falls is 4:30 p.m.