The-Texas-Spur_191387 THE TEXAS SPUR | THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 2021 9 E-Mail to place your classified ad. Advertise in The Texas Spur Classi eds: $10.00* for 35 words or less, .25¢ each additional word. Deadline is 12:00 PM Monday. Bring your ad with payment to our o ce at 424 Burl- ington Ave., Spur. Or call us with a credit card at 806.271.3381. *If paid by cash or check in advance of run date FISHER COUNTY 150.9± ac W of Hamlin, Back 9 Ranch IN CONTRACT 311± ac 201± cultivated, 86± pasture w/rural water, tank and well water 395± ac West Creek Ranch great recreational tract W of Hamlin IN CONTRACT 1373± ac Big Canyon Ranch, cultivation, lot topography, heavy brush IN CONTRACT 3480± ac Red Creek Canyons Ranch , cultivation, spring fed creek HASKELL COUNTY 168± ac 125 cultivation remainder in native pasture N of Stamford 271± ac SE of Weinert, Dry land farm w/pasture, tanks and creek! 377± ac on Hwy 277, both sides of hwy, pasture, cultivation and coop water IN CONTRACT 455± ac cultivation w/30± native pasture N of Haskell 507± ac native pasture, borders Lake Stamford 627± ac Lost Creek Ranch 2.5 miles of creek, cabin & coop water JONES COUNTY 80± ac CR 495, Cultivation near Truby 130± ac Noodle 130 mesquite pasture, set up for hunting SOLD 202± ac 202 Ranch great hunting W of Stamford IN CONTRACT 323± ac Red Mud Creek cultivation and pasture 380± ac Hoyt Shinnery, near Hawley, can be divided 430± ac High fenced hunting property near Hawley 443± ac Rocking Barn Ranch E of Stamford, Cultivation and pasture KENT COUNTY 925± ac Panther Canyon Ranch Native pasture w/food plots, spring in canyon and Croton Creek to the N IN CONTRACT KNOX COUNTY 217± ac Great hunting, water well and native pasture IN CONTRACT SHACKELFORD COUNTY 284± ac N of Lueders, 120 ac cultivation, couple tanks, some minerals SOLD STONEWALL COUNTY 80± ac Little Gardner open native range, co-op water IN CONTRACT 135± ac Peacock, recreational property w/income. 150± ac Access Ranch great roll, good brush SOLD 330± ac Dieckmeier Co-op water, all improved pasture IN CONTRACT 334± ac Canyon West Ranch great views, water & electricity SOLD 800± ac White Ghost River Ranch Salt Fork of the Brazos, awesome river views 812± ac North View Ranch 4/3 hm, 2 barns great view of Double Mountains SOLD 1500± ac Gardner All pasture, house, barns other improvements IN CONTRACT 5,900± ac 7 Diamond L Canyon Ranch 2 creeks and Salt Fork of the Brazos River TAYLOR COUNTY Taylor Ridge Estates 20-80 ac rural tracts, call for info CALLAHAN COUNTY 202± ac 4/2 mfg hm, water wells, barns and BIG OAKS FARM & RANCH REAL ESTATE Rory Burroughs Your Rolling Plains Realtor M: 830-591-3972 Properties are ying off the market. List with us to experience the Ekdahl Edge. Larissa Place 102 E Sammy Baugh Ave Rotan, TX 79546 O. 325-776-8256 HELP WANTED CLASS A CDL DRIVER needed for Spur, Dickens & Matador area. Must have side-load trask truck experi- ence. Call Albert, (806) 778-8962. FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS contact Sandra Dillashaw, Ekdahl Real Estate, Lic# 583913, Mobile (806) 269-7173, Fax (806) 284-5172, email sandra@ekdahlre- REAL ESTATE NOTICE FOR EMPLOYMENT Kent County is requesting applica- tions for full-time employment for its Road and Bridge department. Good salary, health insurance, and retire- ment. A CDL license is desirable. More complete Job description and application can be obtained from the County Judge’s o ce (806-237- 3373). Date for consideration will be Monday, April 26, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Kent County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, religion, sex, age or national origin. Kent County reserves the right to reject any and all applications and select the applicant that is most advantageous to the County. Producers Cooperative Elevator MOBILE TIRE TECHNICIAN - Full Time - Fully Paid Health/Dental/Vision Insurance - Must have a Valid Driver’s License - Experience in Agriculture Tires preferred - We provide all Uniforms - Paid Vacation/ Paid Sick Time - Fully Paid Life Insurance Policy - COMPETITIVE PAY + COMMISSIONS **Must Pass Drug Screening** We are currently taking applications at Producers Cooperative Headquarters - Located at 301 E Missouri Street in Floydada, Texas. FOR SALE RV FOR SALE —2018 Cruiser RV, MPG Ultra Lite Series M-2450. Like new! Very clean and gently used. Many “extras” such as trailer hitch, bedding, rugs & ottoman, in- cluded. $22,000 OBO. Contact Ashley at (325) 518-2343. ATTENTION! Full-Time CNA (940) 989-3551 ext. 222 STONEWALL LIVING CENTER is accepting applications for For more information, please contact Connie Mullen at N O W H I R I N G ATTENTION! Full-Time Restorative Aide/CNA (940) 989-3551 ext. 222 STONEWALL LIVING CENTER is accepting applications for For more information, please contact Connie Mullen at N O W H I R I N G ROUNDUP FROM PAGE 8 “This will be a fun outdoor event,” said coordinator Joy Dalrymple. “We do this twice a year, once in the spring and in the fall. Last fall we had 28 vendors. We have all kinds of vendors, hot food, baked goods, homemade crafts.” Dalrymple said this spring that the plan is to have activities and games for children. For more information call Joy Dalrymple at (806) 640-8739. —Floyd County Hesperian-Beacon HALE Mark Marley’s Go Big or Go Home BBQ Bash coming up Plainview, May 14–16 The 8th annual Mark Marley’s Go Big or Go Home BBQ Bash will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 14 through 16, 2021 at the Running Water Draw (Kidsville) Park in Plainview. The three-day event will include a state-sanctioned barbecue cook-o , concerts featuring Micky and the Motorcars and Cooder Graw, and many other activities. The Kansas City Barbecue Society (KCBS) state-sanctioned barbecue cook-o will begin on Friday night and includes a KCBS Steak Cook-o , Cooks Choice; a dessert contest; and a Margarita Mix-o . Entry fee for the steak cook-o is $75, and all other entry fees are $25. “This year, we are the only one inTexas (so far) to have a double-header event,” said RaeAnne Warren, event co-chair. “Moreover, our partnership with the National Pork Board & KCBS provides more opportunities for cooks to hone their skills and win prizes.” Saturday will begin with a Kids’ Q—a cook-o for youngsters. Kids in twoagecategorieswillcooksteaks:ages6through11andages12through 17. Entry fee is $25. New this year is the Celebrate Real Pork Series Kids’Q in conjunction with KCBS and the National Pork Board. Young chefs will have an opportunity to cook pork chops and win additional prizes. The event will feature a Saturday and Sunday KCBS Cook-o . Both events include four meat categories (pork ribs, chicken, pork and brisket) and will o er cash prizes totaling $6,500 for each contest. Entry fees are $225 for the rst cook-o and $200 for the second; KCBS association is not required. The Grand Champion for each cook-o quali es for the American Royal Invitational and a chance at the Jack Daniels Invitational, as well as points from the competition apply to KCBS team point scores and Texas BBQ Society scores. The contest will also include a Celebrate Real Pork Chop Series ancillary competition. Prizes are sponsored by the National Pork Board, and there is no entry fee for this event. Participantswhodon’twanttocompeteinthecook-o areencouraged to enter the Backyard Brawl, a competition for master weekend grillers who enjoy cooking but don’t wish to chase points. Entry fee is $50, and the meat is being supplied by Ben E. Keith. Cash prizes will be awarded. To enter any of the cooking events, contact RaeAnne Warren at (806) 292-3288 or . Other musicians scheduled to play on Saturday include Hogg Maulies, Jack Cryver Band and Mitchell Ford and theVolunteers. Friday night bands include and The Dave Martinez Band and Dan Patterson. A car show in memory of Cody Spencer will be held on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The show will be in the parking lot of the park and entry fee is $25 per car. To enter the car show, contact Trixie Pendergass at (806) 774-8325. Other events include a volleyball tournament, horseshoe tournament, cornhole tournament and Kid’s Corner.Vendors will also be located in the parkareaandwillfeaturedi erentfoodanddrinkitemsaswellasfunitems to purchase. For vendor space, contact Ti any Wilhem at (806) 889-5958 or Gates open Friday night, May 14, at 6 p.m. and tickets are $10 for ages 12 and over and free for those 12 and under. On Saturday, May 15, gates will open at 9 a.m. and tickets are $25 for ages 12 and over and free for those 12 and under. Coolers will be allowed both nights for a $15 cooler fee.Tickets include access to the vendors, cookers, tournaments, concerts and beer garden. Sunday events are open to the public. Tickets and cook registration are available at www.markmarleyb- Sponsors for the event include the Mark Marley Family, Great Plains Distributing, Center Construction, City of Plainview and County Services. Sponsorship opportunities are still available; contact Joyce Sinor at (806) 292-5028 or . All money raised goes to local cancer patients and families, as well as local nonpro ts as a contribution in memory of Mark Marley. For more information visit; nd the event on Facebook at Mark Marley’s Go Big or Go Home Barbecue Bash; or contact RaeAnne Warren at (806) 292-3288 or, or Melinda Brown at (806) 296-1119 or . —City of Plainview Classi eds Really Get Results! CALL US TODAY! 271-3381 You are gone from our sight but remain forever in our hearts. DECATUR, TX.— Nelma Spraberry Finch passed from this life to her heavenly home Saturday, January 9, 2021, at home in Decatur, Texas. Nelma was born to Arthur and Irene Leach Spraberry, March 28,1923, in Spur, Texas. She graduated from Spur High School in 1939 and married Earl Finch July 15, 1939. They were married for 69 years. She was his partner in the ministry. Nelma came from a strong line of women who lived life to the fullest. However, she was a daddy’s girl. She loved her native Texas. She was a woman of faith, grace, charm and a great sense of humor. She loved to sing and tell her stories. She loved telling stories to her children, her grandchildren and anyone who would listen. Nelma always had a smile and never met a stranger. Nelma is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, a brother, a son-in-law, a daugh- ter-in-law, two grandsons, and a great-granddaughter. Nelma is survived by her four children: daughter La Juan Browning and husband Bill, Carolyn Graham, Larry Finch, and Sharon Peters and husband Walt; grandchildren Troy and Cindy Browning, Chris and Janice Braly, Tamilynn and Joe Ochoa, and Jacob and Christine Peters; great-grandchildren Taylor and Jana Browning, Juli- anna (Braly) and Allison Waller, Micah Braly, Zackery and McK- ayla Ochoa, and Paige Peters; great-great-grandchildren As- pen and Makena Browning; extended family; friends and parishioners. Graveside services were held January 15, 2021 at the Spur Memorial Cemetery, Spur, Texas. OBITUARIES Nelma Spraberry Finch, 1923–2021 Turn to The Texas Spur social media first for the real news.