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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 1L 2016 Northbranch By E.n~na DiUon - i Man:h l, Gayla Ravin traveled to Lawton, Okla in v isit her sister, Ctmaie F~itt. They traveled on to Victoria Texas, tn vi:,n their cousins. Barb and Charlie Greenlee and Diana and Bruce Hilmes. From there, they all went to Corpus Christi. Goliad and Port Aransas. Texas. The coos Jog group had a nice visit. Gayla and Connie left un SurMay morning and traveled back to Lay, tun. and from there, Gayla came home las~ M=mday. (.;p~g Flavmhad cataract surgery on his r~ght e~,e ai'xml a month ago in Concordla and had his lefleye cataract urger) yesterday ~Wedne~ayY Greg and Dmnne Fenster visled her [Xl/~tilS. John 'and Erma Dillon, tast ]uesda> Last Wednesday, Greg took John for his dialysis treatment. On Friday. the foursome wertt to Hastings fat ]o, hu's treatmenl as well &g to visit John P~u~,ons at M~'y Lanning Hospi- tal, ~, here he has been a patient since last Tuesday. It is always great to have "the kids" come home for a spell of helping with daily routines. Mycael and Robin Rose visited Je2m Parsuns at Mary Lanning Hospital in Ha.stings last Wednesday and f(mnd he was rot doing weit. However, by t~,- day, through answers to many prayer.% he wa~doing remarkahly well. He ~as moved Fridlay from ICU to the ~hlrd flour, where he is in rehah therapy l ~ Davis joined with the Ode~,sa Homemakers Exte~Lsion Club ]~'~I Tues- day for their meeling in E.sbon Alan Warner came lasl Tuesday from his home in Wakefield to visit his parent,Glen and Patsy. tolake Glen to Hastings for cataracl ~urgery.Thiswent werl and ilxey ea,neitome I a~,;t Wednes- day. after which Alan returned to his home to take caw oF a work related problem. He returned on Saturday to gel some w(w,d, containers, el . Glen and Patsy were g lad for his help and a~ wishing him a happy birtlvJay on Tues. day. Madlyn Jefl~ry w'a~ a last Wednes- day visitor at the home of Lonnie and l Ikla Armor, in { ;t=Ide Rd.~k. Thurs- day ',he t~g~X hart leuckk'y bL'~ a dtg'lul"s apl~+inlmenl it) Superior. after gl$1~:h ~.he) vl'qlt.'d [ ,lVeta W;~m.low at the (~xt Samarzlan ('voter. Jeri Shule li,~tvd the Highlanders Club at h~:r hon.: in Red Cloud ,m Tlnilsd;i) J ~m Da~ i wm.amongtho~e auending. Thursday evening, lean at- temled the Llmon Chapel Bible study wtth the gronp meet nt,~ at the home of Kin; ( iitlell. Betha,y Jeffery of Manh~ltan. ,tang liter' ~ qC'reg g ;llld Bcli nda Jefl-cq'. had f~t ~urgeP, ~a~l v;eek and is mwr r ,t ilper.lllllk. %llh ilel Tl'al ,'111~. l:rl -Misukat~ Muf,l)ti letlc[.~ j~rmed t|k'hll~Ja ;.i1|~] t{~.'ttld|i) ttrr [tirB.h un ]'r*- d,=? Kel|llVdi l.c'd, I~ a It~illi~.'T tesldelLl IB ,I ftL:ld.=l]d l~.iv,nP, In~. d~.c.d .~at'[|nJ.[I)' .el LCI Ik~ v. ~,lll Hi * had ~ l't l i~paia~i,:~'~,l h~ Red L L~,Llt~ lot o I 'w WL~kS. ;v, ~ l-cw, keel~ track el'ire r dad, ] ,~ J~- I;kr~eL with r,'[olar visiin. ~,1.~1,1~ n Jeff cry was also a caller OItU ~[u~, Ja-I "o, k. Rclx,il', ,Ir~.' there was a nice crowd ,dlvr~d ~]B: Ihc{;,~pel Sing m Mankam h.t[i.da~ e~.ening. "lht=~e atlendmg IJr)m NoLIllbran lt Friends ~'crc Earl Bucklc.~. Jan. l'mil) ;,ud Eliie ]'lark,leS K rluil and l.oyce Ieffery, Kelly ap, d Beck) McNichols I?;rell, Beth. I.Ib. Claire and Wyatt V;alker IlvlWd M;,llo~ U,ulerwt~vJ c lebTal*.' h i ~,LX.-ol'id hlrthtlay ~rlt Sl Itl- d,I). Mallor~ ~ the daughlc~ ~if Lane and Aqde) Lr~ler~ ~x~d ~I l'-l~m. R*.'g I ~h'lelalld and Allgl th=lt'lnel~cvl id (Jakley wew ~xcCkeud ~. I'.11~,11~, IIt Ilk" NoFlhbrant'h arcu. ~ -olli- II1~ especially t~ x|',il iltt'|r t~k~ther. [.onnie Buckle). lit tIre l.l(" 111 Mankalo. Kermll and Loyce Jcfier ~ ~ inited tim girls Sunday evening at the home north of Nm'~brareh where family members have a "home away from home .'" Glen and Sue Leppert of Haviland were weekend visitors at the parson- age where tltey could help spoil little Elite Harkness, as well ag visit the rest of ~ Harkaess family --.l'on, Emily, Isaiah, Jacob and David. The Sunday nmnung worslup -',er- vice al Northbranch FnerMs opened with P~lor Jon welcoml~g everyone and giving announcemenls, Numer- ous prayer neeOs were noted with the Pastor leading in prayer for each one. Musici&rts wede F2ma Dillon ar~ Becky McNichols. Ushers were BradJeffery. Kelly McNi hols and Drakeland Willillr~. Pahior Jan provided theoffer- tory. ranging "'How Deep the Father's Love for Us," accompanying himself onthe piano. Exodus 19:l-6and 20: I- 2 was the text for his sermon. "The Loving Lawgiver." Herein written are the Ten Commandments as given to Moses by God. God took the Israelites cut of captivity and cho~ them as His treasured pe,ople -- a nation of His pnesls. As a loving lawgiver He de- ~ves oar love and worship. There must be no other gods, only the one true God who must have first pla~:e in outlives. Nmably, theTenCommand. ments are the "owrmr's manual" writ- ten for ~s to u~. They set boundaries. Every relationship ha ; boundafi~ that must be oh,selved. A time of open wo[ship fv$lowed, giving time f~ re- flection and comments on the mes- sage. Visitors in the service were Glen and Sue Leppert. Gun May. a ~uesl with the Willitts family and Jami Tkielen of Overland Park, a grand- dat, ghler and g~st with Beth JelleD. Joyce MeNich, ds, John and Etma DilMn drove to Hardy fI the organizations with a lxltluek sup. per last Wednesday evening. During the Auxiliary meeting. Karen Be, den presid~.~J. (?ullcen Sehoenberger lo, l de- votkmx. The menu wa.s adjtLStL~ for Ihc Pi.~pp.v Day dinner since ~veral will he gone May 28. ,~hol a*'~hlp applk'atil m ~ have be~n given to Rt~'k Hills Nigh Seh(~ot. The next meeting wdl be election of offic- ers on April 13. Bnng snacks to shine during ~mial time. Jewell .y Rot .= .o,d i Rachel. Kerma and Frosty Cn'~u.'~ weal I'd Garden ( ?ity Saturday lO rei- ch,tale the th;,rd birthda) of Rachel's meoe Charlotte C~tts. Sunday germa ~,nd R uc h l C muse wcot to 120TIIR)SO tO it,in Iatnily and I'rit.',ltls attending a bah~ ~hower l~,1orulg Sierra I~mjour. Rachel C rou.~ had ~veral visitors at I~r htmt Sunday including Aaron and'l'cM Ro~, Karts. Coo[a.~. Gray tm uitd King,Ion. Olathe: Ryan and Araayah Ro,',e. Hulchin~,on: Melil,da Rose. Manhattan- She al ;o got to -~e Jared mgl Ain) Rose, Car~er, Calxlliile and (;race. Kunsus City, M{L. at the qto~ cr hem al I:.r.no~o. Mike and Betty Harding, Mayetta, were ,cekciRl vi.~iturs of Carol Boar- NIn. Maniyn B~;KLI4gKIn also visited with lheiu. Thu J ewell ~.'11~iltlbe r trt' Ct nlHnerce nlel al |hv Jew ll Commmnl.~ Rlam~. Memhcr~ of the Chri~lian Ch.ulcl'~ ,-fred a ix~rk chop dinl'~ r and carried t~i,I I1~.' $I, Palri~'k'*, l)a) then]e. lhv [~UML'IVM. l-asler Egt~ Hunt-Cit3 Wick. Yaid Sale. and 11~ flindraiser for the *,'olln#uni1%' Fireworks ,',lie, m. were nil Jr,c.s.~d. :l]le next meeting ~ ill b~ in %pr~i ,xitk Jewell Grocery Catering tl~ n i.t 'al. Rt.3 Arasmith underwent ~nrfer.~ mm This week's roper1 from Mankato Livestock. inc. Friday, March 11 11 BIk Heifem 845 1,:300.00 29 BIk Heifers 843 143 50 P5 Mix Heifers 747 I,:P25 00 62 Mix Heifers 812 142.50 1~ Srk Heifers 758 1.15000 12 Mix Steers 359 213.00 14 ~k Heilers 683 1,100.00 15 BIk Steers 534 207.00 11 Mix Heifers 360 209.00 16 Mix Steers 651 185.00 28 Mlx Heifers 527 187.00 13 Mix Steers 652 175.00 29 Mix Heifers 673 156.50 31 Mix Stee~s 746 163.0~ 14 M~x Heifers ~ 153~00 39 BIk Steers 775 160.0~ '~9 Mix Heifers (~66 153.o0 1 1 Mix Steers 861 154.0~ 17.6 81k Heifers 777 15C.35 36 Mix SteePs 845 153.5(] 14 Mix Heifers 736 14750 59 Mix Steers 883 153.O0 16 Mix He~fers 850 147 00 60 Mix Sleets 894 ~ 49.25 46 Mix Heifers 769 146.25 12 Mix Steeps 918 145.50 19 BIR Heifers 814 14500 25 Mix Steers 907 144.00 BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Consigned for March 18 Olaf Pai s: 10 Fhst Call Heilet PaiPs; 29 BIk St~t~ a~ Heile~. 5.5 Bk Steers ar~ Hefle~s, 450-600; 40 ~ $~eers a~l H~lers. 400-500: 140 01k a~0 Red H~'S, 550.650; 100 I~lk Steers, 750-85~ Jon Ru~ell. 7e5-374.4577. celt 785.8ig.6115 Nell Bour~y, 40P-879-5566 Scent Gre~r~, 785-545.8612. Kelly Beamy. 4(~2.e79.3o51. Cell 402.879.5567 ~i Ill in Salina last W~y, Annette Bur~s celerated her birth- day with the Thin,day morning coffee drinker~. To ee]ebeate her birthday Thuz~ay. Doris Greene brought treats tbr the ahemoon coffee group. Rex Neaddck is now a resident of Hilltop Lodge at Beloit. Miola Grif~th ~md Slmron Tullar atlended tlte campers' chth meeting held at Beloit Friday, Danell, Deh and Darien Bobnert went to Texas Friday to visit Gena Bohnen~ Don Simmelink is a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital. Sunday afternoon several from J w~ll and the Ma, kato area auended the Robert Sims Lyric Baritone pro- gram al the Brown Grand Theater in Coned]alia. Memb~r~ of the Trinity United Methodist Ch~tmh held a potluck din- ncrtohonm Ronand Karen Willis wh~ wil! be moving at the end of March. They both have been active workers in dw church. Sunday members of the Jew ~l Christian Church and the Randall Com- munity Church held a potluck dimner at Randall. After I11 lunch they held their joint ehuurch board meeti#g. l~=~-~ndant.~ ofWilliam Fayette Mary Ann (H ull) Reec gall~ led at the Jewetl Apartments Salurday fora fam- ily get tusether. Those attending were Marie Chapman, Calvin and Lois Hodges. Dan and Martlm Scott, Mildred Ree -e,Terry Keslar, Alice err, Brenda Weeks. Larry Reece, Elizabeth R o:e, Bob and Janic McCune, Vicki Atkinson. Dixie Calderon, G g, Madon ~ntl Ty]EI Reece. Terry, Mel- issa and Bailey Cox. Jordan Cox and Nicholette Cvwan Tim and Patty Tastov,Carl, Beaa, Sadie and Lucy Williams. Jerry and Mary Glenn. Stun Huml~r~y. Bob and Leslie Walker. Clara, Brot~ky, Tristyan, Caidy I,an man. and D~a F~-ienu th, One of the highlights of the da) was celebrating Eli/abeth's 951]'t hlrthday. BB Randall By Fawna Barrett Randall L'('~" reel la :l ~t'ednes~Jay v, tth J[mr mcm~'~ present. Roll call v,a~ ails~ered wlt~ the meaning of l.ent. I)evotlon~ were an Easter sto~ vt rltten b~, Sharon Randall ,~lld read by Fa~.na fia~ett. Hostess was Karen Malle~m- "['he lewel| C kris~ian Church ntem- hers and Randall Communily Church members met for a ctm~.bined diuner Sunday with more than 3f)atterM ing. A joint board ilteeting was conducaed hy Jason Eilert after the meaL. Pastor Dan gave a detailed reporl of events and Eilert asked lor comments from the others. Unstable auendance is the is- StLe, You can view Ihe work in progte.~s at the new community center Satur- day, Man:h 26, from 2:30 to 4,p.m. L.arO' and Can)l Flinn are staying a week in the area visiting relatives and ee]chrating Inmily h~hdays. }.brine P ,xrx had her grand~on. W;tliant |'t.qers. Salurday afLem~m. Way lie and Marli McEI roy' gra ntl. chihlren, Ethan and Hannah. and he*- fr lend. (" t~.lter, sta~.' ed i he w~kcnd ~ tth them. All of ihem attended ike tttrkey banqt~.'t Saturda) evening in B loit. Snllda) they took ila Mcrlru). and En~estntc Mick out It~ lunch, N~ck and, Alya Keterleber. Ma,lhai- laB. and )-lank Kummer and daughter. E',I her. l.m, lshorg, aLLele.deal tire i urke~ b;Inquel I,i I;lehtil with Roger and B,)nme Nought{m and Charles and D,:ila H,ughton. The Keierlebers and Kmnmers slaycd fire night with 1heir parenls ~d left for their respective homes after breakfast Sunday. Sunday afternoon ca'qers of lla McEIroy were Lauren Ravin, Iutie and Raelyn ]]k.dlc and Andy Cooper. Dinner guesls of Cliff and Nevada Velter Sara:lay were her nep~w and me~, IXm Muir and C0nnda Muir. McPh tson. and Don's daughter, Kale Andrews, Salina. Other family coming for the rnca) and visiting wilh them were Elaine and Dan Peters, Nancy and Bill Buser, Phil and Kristi Vetoer and family and Viekie Fenner. Fawna Barrett attended a second cousin husbartd's, Don St. John's. fu- r, oral Wednesday roaming in .tewell~ Panorama By FawM Barrett Oh, the deer. Dusk is a time to be alert w]', n traveling in Kansas and such wa~ the case Sunday evening. D~r blend with the surroundings at that time of day and near Spring Creek on Highway 28 is of p~nicular con- celTI. LO. just past the bridge, four deer wexe spotted crossing the hLghway causing the motorist to.claw way down and lhen stopas deer" number five stood in the ditch and deer number six was still out in the field headed toward the c, ad. For a minute, it was a stand-off with neither tl~e vehicle nor die deer movine. Soundi ng ti~ horn hanged the sce- nario, Deer five and six swiftly turned and leaped back away flum ~ road and the motorist could continue on her way home. Mankato m By ELaine Thomas Eddic Duustan, Br[~ksville. Flu ~l'dte-d at the home of h]~, uncle and aant. I~ln and Bath Snydcr. and oihcr rc lali ve~. F:ank and Nadine Rati,back were ]n Clay Ce niet, Kan to alleZM the St lth weddnl~: anniversury ce]ehrali~m ~t fr,en&s, B~h a~ld Belly ('arls~n. '[he v t!,nlen were college too:nina~en. Butch and Flell}. Thonlnslm were ul Kan~,l~ ('ily it) ',isil the fami]:, ,~1' An13 and l"ale Kcrsl Their gra~d,on. Bran- don. itas retun]ed ilonle train New Hampshire for the sulnuler altd is hn~) con)picting hi,', net)tar year ol oniine ~.'h<~;ling. Richard end" Pare Thomp- ~ln. Riley and Cate. Pratt. jo|ilt~.l their family for the weekend and the, all allen(led a cheerleading compet it ion to xee Taran and Stephani compete. Riley. who dreams o( being a cheer. leader in a few years, i-mrticularly cn. joyed theevent and walching her ous- ins m action. A funeral was held al the Chr~.slian Chu~h ia Concordlia Sattzrday for iotmet Mailkalo r ,;ident Elberl "Sandy" Sand ll, wlto died in "rha land. Mac and Jo McCamra~ln t" lurncd ht~ rlom Wichita Sunday evening where Mac had been hospitalized for some heart s~trgery where II1 )' put in Iwo ,~tinls. They stayed in Wichila an extra night ttrbe part vl'a family tinte io scc their graJtdd~nghter bo um,e en- gaged. The plan wa ,~ the gruonl-tt~-be was going to lake the graJaddaugrater for u plane ride and as ~he.v landed and gol off the plane the famil) v,'~mM be there io witness hint l~)pping the ques- turn. The wcalher h',M other plaw, in mind when a heavy fog ~t in and piauen were not allowed 1,1 lake off M & M Lawn Care Brian and Carl Murray Brian Murray 785-545-5710 Carl Murray 785-545-7035 paramedic63 2001 @yahoo.com 206 N Center St Ma~kato, KS 66956 Thursday, April 7, 2016 Beginning at 7 p.m. Mankato Community Center, ~714 N High St. M~nkato. KS 66956 TRACT I: The E/2 of the NW,'4 of Seclion 17-2.6, jewell Counly, KS Location: 265 Rd 1/2 rode N or V Rd. just below Lovewetl Reservoir 61 A ~es +t. tillable ~n alfalfa ar',d 1'2 acres+;- w|l~iife hub=let, on Wh|te Rock Creek approx. 5.6 base acres in PLC wheal base 5.1. grarn sorghum base 050 Taxes: $546.20 on 75.4 la~eble a~s TRACT 2: Pad of t~ NE~4 ol Sechon 22-2-6. Jewell C~nly. KS Location: 285 Rd an0 V Rd al tl~e town 01 Lovewell, 2 miles E of tl~e lake 1()6 acres +!- IJllab~ in allalfa. 5 acres+,'- walerways, aplxoX, 3"1,77 base acres in PLC. wheal base 30,95. grain sorghum base 0.82 Taxes: $1.105 44 ~n 1 t4 laxable acres Possession: B~th tracts Currently m alialfa. Buy'er lo receive 50 o 01 the 20t6 affalla crop and pay 50~, of any bedside or pesticide expenses. An excellenl 0pp0~unrfy 1(3 add to poor c~oerall0n in an area ~ere land doesn't trade ~nds very ditch! Jack McClure Trust, Seller For co~ptete saJe biit. net/a! Announcements day of mapt~ soil maps and pictur~s auction take precedence. carl or visit our website Horizon Fa~ and Ranch Really LLC and ifs agents ~re seller's a~ents in this transaction Ray Swear|ngen, Broker HORIZON "1-sss- zv 9 or Cell 785-452-8498 FARM & RANCH REALTY. LL www, horlzonfarmranch,com Lure always finds a way and the evening ended on a good note with the ring tm her hnger. Eileen Erickson, Cottrtland, visited her s, ster. Audrey Diamond, and they had lunch at a !~'al restaurant. Alice Kinney and Elaine Thomas ~,ent tt~ R~ssell Friday and. had lunch u, Ith NathaU. Al|son and Harper Ryan. Alter lunch. Harper returned lo Mankalo to visil a co,pie Litdays with Grandma Kinsey. "]he excitement of the day Saturday v,'a~, going Io Uncle Jemd and Aunt Mary' IaJrm It| -~e the new bahy c~l",'es and ride the four. wheeler. Sunday t|me was playing in the city park and atlending the 4-H Fatuity Fun Nigh1. Nathan, Alison and Kaylajoinedthem for the fun night and then Harper retm-red home with her I'amfly. While in the park. Ahce had the opportunity '~o visit with some gr~nd- parenls from Smith Center who had ~ver~! of their grandchildren with them.They said they come to Mankato often jus~ 10 enjoy ihe park because of the fun equipment fur the children Rock Hills sludents arid ninny col- lege studenls are on spnng break this w~k, Gos~1 Stag had a nice crowd Saturday evening but several folks didn't v~ture out he~ause of the heavy fog. which hung around overnight arK[ hindered trave! for many Sunday morn. ing. Pant, Baylie and Karrigan D,nstan arm Shen'y Parlridge were weekend guests of Travis. Brook,= and Bcrkley Cailaway. Onaga. Scott Basel. Colorado Springs. Uo~,o and Ja~n Basel, Kansas City, visit~ their parents. S~zyl and Leland Tice Scot1 also visiled Don and B0xb Snyder. Kathy Burgess has a new great- gra.d-~m, Henry Ca]vim born zo ~ott and Linty Warner. Lawrence. He is Kathy's first great-grandchild and his daddy i~ her first gtandchitd. Miehelle and Kevin Posl. Salina. are Henry's gr andpa.rents. Ionia R~i Ro~e brtmght the Sund.'=y nlom- mg Irte o, age al the (onia Umied Melh- ~alint ('hnrch. The mcs~sage ~a~ tillL.d "Losi And Found." Scripture reler- ~x were Luke i5"11-32.ZaneCol~m ~, as the greeter and usher. Hayh.~ and William C(x.'kroft lit the l~llert aud Thursday March '17 2016 altar candles. Guesls '~cre Perry and Lisa Co]son and .~)ns, ol Jew li. mid S(eve Roth and Chance of Dorc hesteL It was ~nom}ced Ihal Chance ('olin isnow stationed with the U.S. Navy in Japan. He is expeg'Led Io be there for six n~mths. ~Colsou, amember of the Beloil Wrestle Club. placed fir,t in the Sub- Distric~ Ill meet held Saturday in Lindsborg. Zane will now be compet- ing ill the dli.'~trict, Two weeks ago, Lois Marie Blackburn, 99, of Rogers, Ark. died, She was the sister of Roger Fedde, and graduated from Ionia High School. Roger and Arrilla Fcdd att ~tded the I-anerat and stayed a lew days in Rogers IO visit with Roger's hroiher and siste~-- in.Jaw, Ernest and Ver~ Fedde. After hnnging the Sunday message at the church in tonia. Rod Rose went to Mankato and blXlughl the messageat the Harmony United Melhodisl Church, The Ionia United Methodist Church ongregaLion held u pancake, wuflle ~md sausage lurch Sund~y. Ionia increased in size when Dunlin Ault and ~is I'amily mo,ed into t11~ former Hiliman I~mlc. 'F~ Auil hm- ily had been renting a [arm home. wext of Ionia I'kml Roger and Arrilla Fedde. Rola~ We-~t ~nd Shartm Moni.~m, I-ormerly of Randall. moved into the I~etW renlal. So v,'clt:ol~a Roland aivJ Sharon inlo the Iouia Comul*J nity. and the Auh fanlil) inlo [onia- Divk arid GI0na Schlaelli attendt d the "'All Gospel Siug" Saturda) night at the Rw.'k Hills Sch~vol building. Mankalo, GIo~a and Be~' rly Frt~t sang a duet as part of the program. Snnday night. ROd and Rita Rose attended '~he Lenlcn .~rv/cc held at the Jewell Trinity Methvdisi Church. Pas- Ior Sharp hroaght the message. Siexcand AnnetcRLHh.attd Chance. Don.'hester, ~ere weekend gucsh ol Coke a nd WanEtta W ri ghl. R,~bblc and 1elm, ti:r Jcp~rt ~ lamdy. M,Iti.~rd. Neb came to spend Saturday at ~he Wnt~ht llontc. Moltic Rel~pe phtlup.M a ,urpri~ hirtllday Ixtrl y It~ her nloih:r l~anl (Wrilhli Carter. thai was held ,~alurday itighl at a cafe ill Bi:ltnt Wrighi family nieiiitx'r~ ;lllending the part), were. Coke and Wanen a. the Rolh fanti~), lhe .tepsen I'aln03. Ch;ul and Path Carler, and Sam, Molly and Fh,ht~p Rempe. Superinr. i .;Isl Mol~Jay night. Ix-on and Kawn I'ltKlUll allel~,dt~ 11~ Mardi Utmlpa s- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A stonate Fr,ends meelmg in SMina K;u'en was in charge of tunushing a birtI-Kiay c~ke Thursday night. D.'on Baden look Karea Oal fur supper in c*.'tebratlon of her bilthday. Robert and Jenm fer Thomp~n and sons, Beloit. vJsitcd Frank and Pal Diemart on Salurday. Roger Fedd will be the guest speaker at the Jew ll Cotmty Histori- cal Society meeting at 7;30 p.m. to- night (Thursday,)The meeting will be held at the Jewetl County Courthouse meeting room, Mankalo. AI! ate wet- come to attend. Roger will be speaking on the histou,' of ionia. Friday. Leon and Karen Baden went to Memam and nml Jason B~k~n and friend for supper in celebration of /ason'sbirthday, Lt~n and Karen went on to El Dorado to watch their grand- children, Ely Alyssa and Eli Buden, ia a regiunui 4-H performance, Satur- day, qlmt night, Scott and Rm.-het Bnden and family. Leon ",mcl Kama Boden, Ross Juhnstoa and family, Kylc Johnston and family. Ivar JoMlslon of the Wichila area. and Ron J(rhnston of North Dakota~ had a family ,itpwr tqg ther in Wichila. Lt.N.)n aitd Karc.n slayed the night at ihe home ~1 . ~'r~ll and Rachel Bt~en ui 11~2~,~1. Siuid,t) I-~0~1 and Kar~n hTought Ih h'le l'tl.lt.~n grandchildren Ill,inc.' ~.iih theln io[ some of II~ir ~'h iol's ~prulg Ineak on the B~.'n farm. Stind,i~ mghi. l.con and Karen Rx)k the gral,dchlldren Io IIv ' Jcwell County 4-H l'anuh I'un Night i;t Mankato. Frida)'. |:rank Dtcn'.ai* '~,ntcd H;Irokl Sh~v,maker aud R~,u l)c.m * the Mit lv+'II C~utlly Ho pii;.if I, m# ilu Care Ui|il at Bcl~rlt. Sund.',y the Jev, ll C~ulil~ I 'li~rt'd Melh~.~isl f~irl~h I'PR(' MtX."linL> ',~ i~r be ileid at the ]Ollla ; ~llllCit Mettli'di',l Chuwh, ~il 7 p.ln. 'q"l~ custom and f~hiun of today ~.'ill he the awkw.ardimss and oatrage of ltlinofrow- so arbitrary are th ~ Iran- sient laws.'" Ares ar,-dn: Duma-, Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 148 E, Third St. Superior 402-879-3291 Annual Superior Consignment Auction Thursday, March 24 10 a,m. Sale to be held East Side of Superior, Neb, comers of 6th and Hartley (along truck route.) Reds Country Cated~g se~ing lunch. TRACTORS & IKAC, HIHI~ 19~ M~n~al2~Is Maline A4T.16004 WO de~l TractOr Cab. ~ls. 1000 PTO, Less 10 I-toms ~ MalO Ov =t',aq~ g~od pa-d ~lleel~ IraCl~', 1972 H-IC 454 DaSlrador. 3 pi 2 PTO's. t It~l 13.6~ i~e$. ~ ~ 1963 John Deem 4010 I~it~,d.oe. WF 3 01 Dual Hyd. 16.9X34 r,~b~r, hasJD t-46 k~r wi~ J~ StY. Lini~ersa~ bucket ri!ot~iin~ pla~e, nice ~rut; 1952 J0h~ I)ee~e 'G- ~raclor. 9cOd Pubber 9end paint, runs good. sm~ =566~, I952,r<~ IDee~ "A" ~ac~m rL~S gO~Xt, g0Oa mtte~.9ooa pa~l, semi ~69~ 193:G~ "Waekmasle Ioed~ w 5 It la~kel sl~gl Ko#e K3 loader w~5 h I~d~t o~ IQ-2D sanes JD. C.~ear~r LM 20 ~ plaff~ w/floabng ct~l~r ~r ~ a~0~mlc header ~e~j~.l. ~90~ 5~ r~mg pall~0e 51ock ~ IHC ~155 ~an~et 8-30. li~ ierlJl~'e Sunco 0t0 r~us. r~-ccertbe~ drums, t owne=, good co~d,t,~ IHC ,90~ I~nler 6-30, liqu~ ~en~er, ea~l~k~o~ 0~ner~,a:=rn-~b-t~ea~ ~umr~ doJ:tn [h~e ~7t 91~a~r ~n~ o'~ 3~1 ba~ ~ 9~u~ ~r~-el~ m~rker~.a nff(o,n.rnlk beanspla~s:Kem24'lekl~ll~akx, wldk~gl,u~ms.goodshaPe: Kraus~ 12~ chlsal;Serv=~,8 It .3~ ~ear L~de.9ood Bu~,;~J : q ~.~ ~,~'~-~" ~s~ ~ S e 3M smedde~: vi~'~ ~0~'~ Auger. ~oe HAY &LIVESTOCK EOUIPMENT 1993 JO~n Deeee |$3~ I~j tOundbe~, 5,10 PTO, tw~rm~, Shedded. ve,~ee, ~F t~9 roun~t~r ~0 P10, G~i3 k~t 9nr~:~-muet. 54~ PTO. 3scmens~ shed0ed go~d u~t: Pfi~'t ~ille ~z, ~uf0e wilh i~vad ~jale. Burr ~.W~ 3 I~lle ~. ~re=der ~)a,~on ~l)~t LOO~ 0rlt~ I'my leede(o~ 4 wheelgear. "~00.~ il. c~ltbn ous~epar~ts w~ i~: L~I) 5X12 corraLpane~, new. ~OIt ca.~le gu=~,{] ~e~, i~ pc~, mo~er, McConru ck 200 mar~m s~p~eader, g~0~nd dave 60 Bu. 8ulkl~n On #~eels, 4 ~heel box trailer w~s~oke ~d'~ecls: Se~t~l barn leedees. 10 ~oar~ I~les ~re~ hay; 1(] I~:j reaJ~l I~rdes Allla:Ifa hay. 75 s,-"naJI s~e bales oj~s~ome ~: 25 sinai s0~J,~e bales affaPla hay SCO0~ER-BOAT-I"R~iLER$20~6 Ta~Tc~J~.~r.250cc.luel ~e~.6L~ n~es; 197gMino;~a, 16 h ~lL~nU~Um ~.~a~ ~as 1978Cht'y~er 2 ~1~[, t5 hl; O~,JIt~ m01~r, coatl:~e[e wilth s.i:lle~ equl~ne~l; Set Tan,dem axres. I 0"00X20 GoodTItes,~ay}0~ wheeLs.All 8=ekes tram ~ lowbO? trader. Pickup b~t ~ra~ler CONI'AiHER - TOOLS AND FARM RELATED ao It. ImqM s~'age ce~la~, ~ ~1G0~man-Rupp n',odel {i3~6. PTO ~~e ec ~let i~r~ o~ earl. Ilalld ~ $~ e er',d Chafl~ ~lftOen JD gE~.0 c~m~n,a: Tr~ Eklt 1550 C~eratOr. 13.5~1} sladup walls, iil~-ricw. 32 J~',n [~'eere ca~,t #ante, cJos~g wheels. G~eat Plalrt,5 ~1-1| llL~[k~r Im 2005 ~oOel ~ o/.hndersan0 alte$-~5 ll~it~)llleflr Wal0 dua~ slaoje ~,4xe/e ~v,~r 8 ~'0 B,~S nl~0~. 7 5 Hp 3~'~,se eleCtl~ rL'~. 4.40 veil. 2-~ HP 31~s~ ;;~'vog ~L%lr~ moOrS. ~L~IP. ;eniu~ IS0 amlP ad ~elOe[ w~ca~les & ~eirr~t Q~ ~'a~gr'le~ cad g0 x~; 74 ~ t,es ar~ ~nee~. 3X5' ~j h~u~e. 1 b~ler idea el tools leoP ~e!,r~J ~r~n Cl'~ck-,n pe=so~nel ~11 be ~n s~ March 19 I~K~gn Me=oh 23from 9r ~ a m 1~ ~.~ pm Sale Site Phone Number=: 40~-746-3823- ~02.224~002,402-746.44~ ALL ITEMS M~'I'IBE REMOVEU 8 APRIL t,~1Ii! NOEXCEPTION~. T,Pe~ ,I; ~ a .:.epl U ~rany l~re ~ ~ld o~ remov~ L~ ~,I ? ~01{i sell~-r w~ll ~ r'harge(I $10 ~er l,re t~r d~sp,oT~l' THIS U~T IS 4 WEEK5 PRIOR WiR'i MORE BEING U~TIEO I)A1LY. WaIc~ f~ i.~le Irh~ll'~]r ~ w~oh-,le =llj~l! .C" ~ ~l~ 0 rv Terms of Sale: Cash 0 ~o0cl check [ Roy Mont ome , Auet0neeffReal Estale Broker ~ttlad lot. Metcharld~se al b~lders's Hm:402--257-2335, Cell: 402-746.3823 risk after bd off. Ali i'~ems selJ "AS IS. 1141 Hi-hwa'" 78 WHERE IS', no excevhons ~ ners r j y Websile:www.momomeryauct~.com anO A~Cl~on Company not Guide Rock, Neb, Emair: info@rnonlogmeryauction,com ,~'r.sponstble for acc~lenl or lhef~ Auction will be held in the National Guard Armory, Me,kate, Kansas TRACT 1: NW 1/4 104-8 JewellCounly, Kansas The larm iS located on 160 Toed iour n'ules south or Manl~t~. K~sas. Thele a~e 152 acres wilh 95 04 acres ol crop ~ar~ The bal~e ,S pa$1ur~ an ~eek. ]'ha [arl~ ha ~ rur'd wateL o0.ads and older hay shed. Pur~ae~ wilr pay 2016 I~eS, 2C15 taxes were $1.69'1,00. I~n~see~io~ of broke gr~Jnd wil~ be after 2(]16 ~heal harvest. Purchaser wJII receive 1",'3 landed s~lat~o12016 whea~ crop P~r'cIl~$er wdl pay L~- slate ol fertilizer and chemical Po~9~tt~on of paslure will be upon Clc~ng. TI~0T It: SE 1/4 3-4-~ & W t.~ SW I(4 2.4.~ Jewell Counly, It,~nsas The farm ,s located ~lhe NE comet el trod L ThP.-re are 237.12 acres ot pasture z~h Ihme P~haser wi;I pay 2016 taxes. 2015 taxes were ~74.70. Po~sessio~: Possess,~ l~j~ ~ upc~ dosing "fR~CT 10: Appro~in-~e~ 10 aches in E ~2 4-4.8 Jewell Coun'~. i~ansas Ra~'~styte Ilonle 1253 160 Road tocate~ Ihtee and hail rnil~ so~Jl~ of I~nkalo art 160 Roacl. The home ison a gr~v~ load, il was built in 1974, il i~ a in/quaJ~y built hom~. The~e are Ihre~ bedrooms on the main Ik~,r w/two baths, Ibe ulHity too0~ is on I1~ ma~ floor, Ehete area largeamounlof crosets. There is a walkoutfull ~semenl thai ts lmishe~ with bath. Them is an allacl-,e~ two cat garage, new sl~=1 ~,in g~e to,of, wn~ mdmg eteOrlc heat in c~ling, ctmtral mr. re~rse osmo~,s water, wa~er sollnet The r=~pl SySlem was new ~n 2006. The seller will make ~ repots (x inspeclions All ir~pechons musl' be ma6e be~o~e Apt# 5. 2016. ~e~e ~s a 32 fl. ~ 24 ft. meta~ insulaled delache~ garage ~qlh cet~enl iloor, a 40 ft. x 81 I1 Mortcm building, a 26 It. x 40 fl. garage wllh cememt shol~, an o;~n f~ont ma~o,~ ~ and shop w,~con ~e ~ in sl~p, ~Dur~he, OU~ building6, corrals, 3- 1.700 bu steel I~ns. aii I;,u~Id,ngs have ~t]']~', T~e |arl~ ~ Irees gn throe sides. To view the home e0nlaet K~ OM at 545-6675 or Ke~lall O~t at 37B-3743. FOe pictures check our web site at www.ll'lumrnelauclio-n, om, ~io~'~l ~ upcm dosing. Purc~asm ~11 ~ ~t6 ~xes Ten'hi: 10% of ixirch.ase pnoe asdown peyn'~r~l day of auction. It~e 10eLano~ wit] bedue upon dosingon or I::Rfo~e May, 5.2~16 Oown paymentwi~l be escrowed wilh G~ul M~ier Abstract EScr(x~ fees wH be split 50-50 belween seller and puehaset ~tle ~nsumnce ~1t be used, ~he co61 ,roll be spill 50-50 beiween s~er a~l ~rdmer. Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Au~n LLC ie acllng ae selk=r agent All ~t~arne,nts made day of aucli~ take precedence over ~nted maledal, Dana Ost Beam Estate and Heirs, Sellers Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067