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~COUNTY RECORD ThursdaY, March 20, 2003 ) ! Express and Record Classifieds i Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 3191! or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or • 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad 12, 11 a.m., sell- goods, glassware, ap- shop, items and Lawson for Ed Wharton at 852 N. ercial, Superior. Mikkelsen id Auction in charge. 14-11-5p NESDAY, April 23, 1:30 p.m, at ,~r Church basement, selling County pasture and located lies south, one m le east and mile south of Superior on Webber for Jane Tipton. Mikkelsen real and Auction in Charge. 14-12-5p APRIL 26, selling real at 9:30 a.m. in Guide Rock, , and personal property at 11 for Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wulf and From Guide Rock-one mile Hwys. 136 and 78), six 3/4 mile south or, from Io.r-five miles north (south of Hwys. 136 and 14, 8 miles 3/4 mile south• Montgomery Ion and Realty in charge. 14-11-7p DAY, APRIL 26, 10:30 a.m., louse, household goods and 121 Idaho for Doris Davison Mikkelsen Real Estate and in charge. 14-1 t-7p BS ain Street, Mankato, 'pment. 785- Or 785-378-3162. 15-9-4c new home without the big payment. If you're motivated $,000 plus income, call Ameri- at 800-830-2006. sit us on the web at ~'americanhomepartners.com. PRACTICE for sale: Due to the of sole practitioner. Modern, .~ral practice available im- Kimball, Neb., 308-235- possible mailing bro- from home! No experience try! Free Information! Call 800- hours. No loan needed. :redit counselors. Easy to use Free information. Write to: Sioux Falls, A future? National truck and r equipment school provides you job. Start training Io- rams. Financing avail- 800-829-7364. Establish your own home. Custom designee, droom Wardcraft ormer hospital administrator Je design assistance. 800- PIJBLIC AU(;TION WELDING Institute, Inc., Become a certified pipe mctural welder. Earn top pay in Many companies seek our 800-667-5885. ATTENTION!!! MAKE money daily! U.K. wholesaler seeking distributors in U.S. Start immediately with no in- ventory! No experience required. Call 800-568-1636 Extension No. 4271 or go on line to www.auctionroad.com. GOVERNMENT POSTAL jobs. Up to $47,578. Now hiring. Full benefits, training, and retirement. For applica- tion and information call 800-573- 8555 Department P357, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.-7 days. KANSAS ARMY National Guard has Part-time positions available. Get skills to put your career on track. We offer free training, college money, steady pay. Call 800-432-2447 or log on at www.ks.ngb.army.mil. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims!!! Saunders and Saunders, At- torneys at Law. No recovery-no fee! 800-259-8548. MEDICARE PATIENTS using inhal- ers: AlbuteroI-Atrovent-CombJvent- Serevent-Azmacort- Flovent and oth- ers. Having difficulty? Breathe easy again. Medicare covered liquid therapy may be available if you qualify. Meal-a-Save, 800-224-1919 Exten- sion KS1103. A-OKAY OPPORTUNITY! Put your computer to work! Home-based busi- ness. Free information at 888-318. 5586 or on our web site at www.seelyathome.com. 16-Misc. For Sale PATIO DOORS, steel door, oak bi- fold doors, shower doors, 12 large drawers and more. 402-365-7644. 16-12-2c TWO PAIR overalls, size 44, 25-inch inseam; two pair work boots, size 9, like new. $50 each. Exal Zoltenko, 402-279-2605. 16-12-2c WEED FABRIC, 6 feet wide, 14-mil. thick, five-year guarantee, 37 cents per running foot. Drip irrigation sup- plies also available. Order by April 4. Smith County Conservation District, 785-282-6041. 16-11-3c RED CEDAR trees, hand-dug, 15-16 inches tall, $1 each, order by April 4. Bare root pines and shrubs also avail- able. Smith County Conservation Dis- trict, 785-282-6041. 16-11-3c NO MONEY down, no interest and no payments for six months WAC. Call Culligan of Red Cloud for softeners and dr.inking water systems at 800- 544-9092. For limited time only. 16-11-3c DELUXE MODEL power chair-new, never been used. Call 402-879-3964. 10-3-3p GET-A-TAN now has Sugar Shack Candles and candle warmers. Tan seven days a week, 785-378-3802, Mankato, Kan. 16-10-tfc ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stock salt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-tfc MllIIIEI Elq REAL ESTATE NEW HARDY LISTING DOVER: Three bedroom ........ situated on approximately i il.iI:'/ ~ : ' • re .s locat~ d on the east edge~ii~ tardy. Has one bedroom, t~~: g room, dining room kitchen, and laundry on main floor two bedrooms upstairs. tral hea! and air. The acreage ~ ~?; :: Several outbuildings. "~ ~' ':~. ~.~" '~ ~-~"--+ SUPERIOR LISTINGS Four be0room i :'''i!j! style home. Main floor~ ~rwith double with leaded glass dining room, formal living bedroom, full bath with yer hook-ups. One ~!~ O!d kitchen with oak center island, pantry dishwasher. Oak woodwork through out home. Second three bedrooms with walk-in closets and full bath. Finished room, bedroom, bath and storage area. Updated • ing forced air system. Located on nice lot with single garage. Located close to downtown. Must see to Call for a showing todayJ =L: Commercial building with ideal main street location. • COMMERCIAL: Five bedroom home with open staircase. Two main floor and throe bedrooms upstairs, underground nice patio and two car detached garage. on comer lot. 400 acres in three tracts in Jewell County, Kan., 160 round and balance in pasture. 160 acres acres in farrnground and balance in pasture. 80 acres all CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK MORTGAGE LOAN SERVICING DOCUMENT CLERK R- MIKKELSEN EAL ESTATE AND AUCTION t Check out our website at: mikkelsen-malestate-auctions.com Gale Mikkelsen, Broker, Auctioneer and AppralseF Licensed in Nebraska and Kansas Salespersons: Marie Mikkelsen, Katrina Hansan, Selma Ferguson and Kansas licensed: Barb Bothwell 356 E. Third, Superior, Neb. 68978 E-Mall mr44608@alltel.net • Web Site - mikkelsen-raalestate-auctions.com Phone 402-879-4464 INTERNET ACCESS from $12.95 a month. In Jewell contact Pierce Elec- tronics 785-428-3601 or call 1-800- 864-4400 for a local agent. 16-10-tfc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc $1,200 CASH bonus for qualified OTR drivers. Three years flatbed ex- perience needed. Established flatbed carrier looking to expand. Peterbilt conventionals, air- ride flats. Good pay, good benefits. Specialized hauling, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 800-831-0870. ALL STEEL buildings. Straight-wall and Arch. Factory direct. $200 to $500 below any bid or we'll send you a check for $200. Call 800-973-3366 or log on at www.premiersteel.org. STEEL BUILDINGS!!! No high pres- sure sales. Order now. Spring deliv- ery. 24x36x10, $4,999; 30x40x10, $5,595; 30x50x12,$6675; 40x60x14, $9,275. Call about other sizes 866- 875-8790. STEEL ROOFING-Building materials. Galvanized steel starting at $32 per square, painted at $42. Call for cata- log. Western Metal - Kansas: Hays 800-770-2725, Louisburg 800-489- 4100, Statewide delivery available. PIANO FOR your 40 clean, used pi- anos from $35 a month! Steinway, Yamaha, Baldwin, Kimball, Wurlitzer...consoles, grands and spin- eta! Visa, Mastercard, Discover wel- come! Free delivery, bench, tuning with purchase. Mid-America Piano, 800-950-3774 or visit us at our web site, www.piano4u.com. 1977 Chevrolet with Texhoma 254- 10 digger; 1979 Ford with Pitman digger-crane; 1986 Ford with Altec 43-foot bucket; Ditch Witch R100 with plow; American 25 excavator. 800- 669-5496. FREE TWO-room DirecTV system, including installation! Three months free HBO and Cinemax-$66 value. Access 225 plus channels! Digital- quality picture-sound. Packages $31.99 per month. Limited offer. 800- 217-4578. HOT TUBS, home show specials! Choose from 60 hot tdbs, $2,T~ $4,495, Seven-foot lounger, twin pumps, 35 jets: $2,995. Video, price list at 800-869-0406or visit our web site at goodlifespa.com. 21-Feed and Seed SMALL SQUARE bales, fifth cutting alfalfa, 402-879-4962. 21 - 12-2p" ALFALFA HAY Large round bales Small square bales, Bruning Farms LLC, 402-353-4165. 21-10-4c HAY FOR sale, also will plant alfalfa or feed on shares. No up front costs for landlord. Prefer pivot land. Land- owner keeps government payment. 50-50 shares on hay. Will also do custom swathing and baling on shams or cash. Call now to plan for future profits. 402-236-8745. 21-10-3c BIG ROUND bales of prairie hay and alfalfa for sale. Call 402-879-4881. 21-5-tfc ALFALFA SEED for sale. Lyle Schroer. 402-756-7020. 21-8-13c 22-Vehicles 1995, F- 150, FORD Eddie Bauer, 4x4, 5-speed, Super cab pickup. Black with gold trim, fiberglas box cover, 100,000 miles. Nonsmoking, female owner has kept this truck in excep- tional condition. $8,750. 785-374- 4399 evenings. 22-12-1c HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational HONDA BEST ON EARTH TRX350-$3,599, TRX400 EX $4,699 Garbers 402-729-2294 23-12-1c 1974 DODGE MINI-motor home. Call Gerald Carpenter at 402-879-4113. 23-12-1c 1974, 21-FOOT, Dodge motor home, 360 V8, automatic on 1-ton chassis, stove, refrigerator, very large bath- room, sleeps six, $1,250. 785-374- 4399 evenings. 25-12- lc 26-Notice R.K. SHOWS presents Gun Show, Saturday, March 22, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, March 23, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Overland Park, Kan., Conven- tion Center-6,000 College Blvd. More guns than ever! Information at 563 927-8176. 36-Thank You I WOULD like to thank all those who were so helpful, offering moral sup- port with their prayers, calls and cards while I was in the hospital and since coming home. I appreciate it so much. Geraldine Lorimer. 36-12-1p .I WOULD like to thank all my friends and relatives for their prayers, flow- ers, cards, food and calls while I was in the hospital and after returning home. Also, a big thank you to Drs. Blecha and Barth and the nurses in the Superior and Hastings hospitals. Denelda Edwards. " 36-12-1 c THANK YOU fgr the cards, visits and prayers while i was in the hospital• Rex Freeman. 36-12-1p Obituaries Yale Gentry Yale Melvin Gentry, 67, Beloit, died unexpectedly March 1 ! at Mitch- ell County Hospital, Beioit. He was born Oct. 16, 1935, toAsa Edgar and Sydney Elzira (Rhodes) Gentry at Beloit. Yale was a lifelong resident of Be- Ioit and graduated from Beloit High School in the Class Of 1953; Nov. 4,1957, he married Mary Alice Budke at St. John The Baptist Catholic .Church in Beloit. After high school graduation, Yale began work as a parts salesman for the Fuller Motor Company. In 1970 he began work for Big A Auto Pans store, and in 1972 he went to work at R&M Auto Parts and retired from the store in 1997. He was a member of St. John's the Baptist Catholic Church. Yale was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Steve; a brother, Max; and a sister, Marvalee Hillman. Survivors besides his wife, of the home, include a son, Dan, Beloit; a daughter, Karen Dankenbring, Spring Hill; a sister, Maxine Reed, Denver, Colo.; a brother, Gene Gentry, Wichita; a brother-in-law, Cecil Hillman, Ionia; and 10 grandchildren. A Parish Rosary was led by Father Henry BaxaMarch 13 at the McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit. Funeral Mass LISTINGS AVAILABLE Two story, 2 1/2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, 1/2 basement, central heat and air, large garage, single carport. $18,000. Three bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, large family room, two car garage, storage shed, comer lot. $19,500. Two bedroom, large corner lot, single car garage, storage shed. $9,500. Home available in Mankato, Kan. Contact: Tom Lehrling in Mankato 785-378.3693 Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate East Highway 24, Beloit, Kan., Due to growth within our Mortgage Servicing Center, Central National Bank is seeking applications for a Mortgage Loan Servicing Document Clerk at our Superior, Neb. facility. We offer a competitive wage commensurate with experience and an outstanding benefit package to include- health, dental, long-term disability, life insurance, 401(k), employee stock ownership plan, and paid holidays, leave. Mortgage Loan Servicing Document Clerk This position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to work well under time deedlinss and be flexible, working knowledge of Microsoft Office product, and willingness to learn all aspects of Real Estate lending. Duties Include, but are not limited to, the following: Notifying Originators and Correspondent Banks for required final documents, track and monitor final documents for completeness and accuracy, verify final document conditions have been met for all loans originated and PUrchased, complete assignments for all loans sold, submit FHA and VA packets for endorsement and provides back up support for loan booking and clerical areas. To apply: Please stop by our Mortgage Servicing Center in the lower level of our bank at 411 N. National, Superior, Neb., to complete an application or send resume and awritten requestforapplication packetto: Central National Bank, Attention: HR Dept. (45MLSDC), P.O. Box 1029, Junction City, Kan. 66441. Central National Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer was March 14 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church with Father Henry Baxa as celebrant. Interment was in St. John's Cemetery, Beloit. Alice Jay Alice A. Jay, 72, died March 15 at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was the daughter of Earl and Dorothy (Hilton) Hall, born Feb. 7, 1931, at Cassville, Me. Alice grew up in the Cassville area and attended Cross Hollows School. On March 27, 1946, she married Carl Jackson Jay in Arkansas. They lived in Jenkins, Me., and Blue Lake, Calif., before moving to Kansas in 1953, where Jack worked on the Kirwin Dam. They later lived on a dairy farm in Cassville, Me., and moved to~ Asherville in 1958. Jack died in 1988, and Alice lived in Arizona for two years before moving to Beloit. Alice was a homemaker and cooked at Hilltop Lodge in Beloit for several years. Herhobbiesincluded bowling, playing cards and visiting with her friends over coffee. Survivors include a son, Jim, Be- loit; three daughters, Barbara Wessling, Beloit; Cheryl Owen, Mankato; and Connie Wright, Las Vegas; a brother, Eugene Hall, Monet, Me.; three sis- ters, Jesse Holt, Charlestown, S.C.; Betty Davis, Marionville, Me.; and Georgie Kennedy, Texas; 10 grand- children and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and infant twins--a son and daughter. Services were March 19 at McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, with Dr. Rick Grace, officiating. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery, Glen El- der. Arrangements were byMcDonald- Roberts Funeral Service. Mildred Kibbe Mildred L. Kibbe, 90, Concordia, died March 16 at Cloud County Health Center, Concordia. She was bomNov. 8, 1912, at For- moso, daughter of Andrew Michael and Nora May (Dunn) Clark. Mildred attended Formoso schools. She married Murvin Frederick Kibbe on April 30, 1931, in Seneca. He died May 16, 1968. She was a homemaker and worked as a nurses aid for 17 years at St. Joseph Hospital. She also worked as a telephone operator in Jamestown. Her hobbies included sewing and cro- cheting. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Concordia. Survivors include three daughters, Jan Matthew, Concordia; Mary Jo Tubaeh, Emporia; and Brenda Kibbe, Concordia; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Besides her husband, Mildred was preceded in death by: her parents; sis- ters, Elsie, Georgia and Mabel; and a brother, Cecil Clark. Services were at Chaput-Buoy Fu- neral Chapel, Concordia, March 19 at with The Rev. Tim Harlan officiating. Burial was in Randall Cemetery, Ran- dall. Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia, was in charge of arrange- ments. Bob NeweU Bobby "Bob" Gene Newell was born April 3, ~i : 1930, in Portis, Ken., to Lyle and Vesta (Ander- son) Newell, and 'died Fri- ~:~. day, March ~ 14,2003,athis home in Man- ~:~ kate, Kansas, at the age of 72 years. Bob attended grade school in Alton, Kan., and graduated from Beloit High School in Beloit, Ken. His fafnily also lived in Portis, Kan.; Poplar Bluff, Me.; Campbell, Me.; and Beloit, Kan. He was united in marriage to Bonnie Timbers on Nov. 30, 1952. They re- cently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Born to this union were fivechildren: Andra, Lynn,Ten, Shawn and Lance. Bob and Bonnie moved to Man- kate, Kan., in March 1958, with their three daughters. Bob acquired the John Deere Dealership and owned and op- erated it for 28 years. Bob managed all phases of his business and was a par- ticularly talented rrr"hinist. Bob's farming careec began as a hobby and soon became a very impor- tant part of his life. Becauseofhis love of the land, he continued farming well into his illness. He was an avid outdoorsman, which included hunting, fishing and boating. Many weekends were spent at the lake with family, friends and an abundance of laughter. Bob had a love of animals which allowed his children, as they were growing up, to have plenty of pets. Bob loved the outdoor adventure. For more than 35 years, he made an annual pilgrimage to Colorado to go elk hunting. These hunts began with Bob's dad and uncles, followed by hunts with his brothers-in-law and fi- nally his sons and sons-in-law. Above all else, Bob experienced his most joy in the love of his grand- ~hildren and supporting their activi- ties. As his memory faded in the last months of his. life, Bonnie watched him weep as he recorded the names of his 15 grandchildren in a booklet that he carried close to his heart. If all else failed, Bob could not bear the thought of forgetting their names. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, an infant brother and an infant grandson. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie of the home; three daughters and their husbands: Andre and Rodney Hancock, Saline, Kan.; Lynn and Terry Shamburg, Beloit, Kan.; Teri File, Salina, Kan., and friend, Eric Waddell; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Shawn and Susan Newell; Mankato, and Lance Newell, Wichita, Kan.; 15 grandchil- dren: Tanner, Tate, Heath and Kiersten Hancock; Kendra, Lindsey and Luke Shamburg; Shiloh, Amity, Mackenzie, and Tavi sh File; and Casey, Nick, Abby and Kale Neweli; a sister, Mrs. George (Dixie) Stephens, Lindsborg; and a host of other relatives and friends. Services for Bob G. Newell were at 2 p.m., Monday, Marcl~ 17, 2003, at Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato, Ken., with Pastor Laura Fricker and Terry Sharnburg officiat- ing. Music was provided by Casey Newell, pianist, Pat Grout, organist, and Jerry Franklin, and Roger Mattison. Grandsons served as casket bear- ers: Tanner Hancock, Tate Hancock, Heath Hancock, Luke Shamburg, Nick Newell and Kale Newell. - Honorary casket bearers were John Johnson, Carl Ireland, Rex Freeman, Denny Murray, Jerry Kinsey, Harold '.'Mac" McCammon, Roy Bradshaw and Ronald File. In lieu of flowers the ;ly suggests memorials to Solomon Valley Hospice, Beloit, Kan. A me- morial will be placed in the Athens Cemetery, rqral Jeweil County, Kan- sas, for Bob G. Neweil at a later date. Melby Mortuary, Man kato, Kansas, was in charge of arrangements. (Paid obituary) Jack Pettit Jack D. Pettit, 73, Lincoln, Neb., died Saturday. He was born March 19,1929, in Houston, to Sylvester Pete and Minnie Lois (Jeppesen) Pettit. He served in the US Army from 1951-1953 and was a member tffAmerican Legion Post. May 10, 1952, he married Shirley'Allyne Butt in Cleveland, Ohio. He had been a member of Christ Lutheran Church since moving to Lin- coln in 1964. Employed by Farm Bu- reau Insurance Company of Nebraska for 42 years, he retired as the senior vice-president of operations on March 31, 1994. His leisure time revolved around hunting, fishing, cooking and scouting. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; sons, Pete and Paul, Lincoln; and a daughter, Mrs. Bill Seifert (Pam), Hickman; a brother, Richard, Omaha; sisters, Joan Beaver, Omaha, Janis Hughes, Norfolk; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by an infant brother and his parents. • Services were Tuesday at Christ Lutheran Church. Interment was in Lincoln Memorial Park with military rites by American Legion Post 3. Marty Rafferty Marty Shane Rafferty, 45, Hutchinson, died March 15. He was born Oct. 17, 1957, at Con- cordia, to Lyle E. and Ella Rae (Baker) Rafferty. Survivors include a brother, Rod Lyle Rafferty, Goehner, Neb.; three sisters, Lynda Dewey, Mankato; Rhonda Swiderski, Wilson; Jami Underwood, Burr Oak; his mother, Ella Rae R~ifferty, Mankato; and his wife, Amy Conner, Hutchinson. The funeral was March 19 at Burr Oak United Methodist Church with burial in Burr Oak Cemetery. McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. We will offer for sate to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property located at 402 Morton Street in Ong, Neb. beginning at/0.'30 a.m. & Real Estate calling at / p.m. on: Friday, March 28, 2003 LUNCH BY J&P GRILL Parcel #I - Location: 402 Morton Street in Ong, Neb. General Description: Three bedroom home with dining room, living room, kitchen and 1 1/2 baths. Single car attached garage with opener. All in good condition. Has electric heat and window air. New 36-foot x 70-foot x 14-foot, ctoary building, insulated, cement floor, fully wired and has propane heater. Property has standby generator to run both house and building• Home will be sold at auction "as is" no warranties expressed or implied. Legal Description: South 132-foot of Lot 1, Block 1 in Walker's First Addition to the Village of Ong, Clay County, Neb. Taxes: Taxes are approximately $481.46. 2002 and all prior year taxes paid by selle r. 2003 taxes will be prorated to date of possession. Parcel #2 ~ Location: 1/2 block south of Parcel #1. General Description: Wooded lots with old buildings in poor condition. Legal Description: S 112 of Lots 12 and 13 and the south 200-feet of Lots 14, 15, and 16, Clock 2 in Walker's First Addttton to I~le Village of Ong, Clay County, Net). Taxes: Taxes are approximately $8.90, 2002 and all prior year taxes paid by seller. 2003 taxes will be prorated to date of possession. Parcel #3 - Location: 402 Monmouth. General Deanrlption: House in poor repair and older garage, has a 24-teet x 32-foot metal shop with cement floor in good condition, insulated, LP heater, air compressor, fully wired. Legal D~lcription: Lots 5 and 6, Block 1 in the Odginal Town of Ong, Clay County, Neb. Taxes: Taxes are approximately $147.12. 2002 and all prior year taxes paid by seller. 2003 taxes will be prorated to date of possession. Parcel #4 ~ Location: Main Street. General Description: The old Ong Community building on Main Street. Has a new roof, two bathrooms, three new windows and one door. Wilt be sold with property, also included is property to the SOuth, IJgel D~lctiption: Lots 9, 10 and 11 and W 100-foot of Lot 12 in the Original Town of Ong, Clay County, Neb: TaxeS: Taxes are approximately $18.24.2002 end all prior year taxes paid by seller. 2003 taxes will be prorated to date of possession. Potation on ell Properties: Immediate upon final settlement. Terms on ell Properties: 20% down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title. If Title Insurance is used, seller and buyer will pay equally on premium. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. All IlcsnlNmt of Mild(ellen Real Eltate end Auction are acting as aeller'a agent. For viewing contact Gale Mikkel~n, Real Esters Broker at 402-879-4464. BOAT 1960 Cherokee 15-foot aluminum white with yellow 1960 Mercury 60-horsepower outboard, with life jackets and skis, always shedded, has tarp VEHICLES 196g Winnebago RV, 25-foot 1970 Winnebago for parts 1968 Winnebago RV, 17-foot, Ford chasia 1961 Winnebago. 13-foot, camber trailer 1960 Chevy ton truck. 6-cylinder, 4-speed, 10-foot box and hoist 1970 Buick Electrictra, 4-door. runs great ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Antique glass Easter tree Antique glass colored egg ornaments Crystal lamps plus shades (3) Small antique metal desks fans Hopalong Cassldy Cup (2) Antique large desk fans Woodburning stove and other stoves (2) Rocking chairs Shirley Temple pitcher Set of McDonald's glasses Crystal chandelier lamps with glass shades Scale Antique ceiling fan ~ Mirrors Desk with glass top ~~ Avon Ice tongs ~ Wood bookcases (2) Chairs Iron Wood stand Tables Milk canister . Baby buggy Wooden high chair Metal high chair Wedding gown Metal stroller GUMBALL VEND~NQ MACHINE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES COMPLETE INVENTORY OF NEW FLEA MARKET ITEMS FURNITURE Dining room table and six chairs with two leaves and matching buffet Table and chairs with leaf and four chairs Night stand (2) Lane end tables and coffee table Blue computer desk (2) entertainment centers Chest of drawers Miscellaneous chairs Several metal desks HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Stereo with speakers Stationary bike Exercise alepper Cardiac walker Exercise bike Television Cordless phone File cabinets Red glass shade Metal cabinets Pots, pans and kitchen appliances Romance books New window air conditioner Washer and dryers, all working (2) Used window air conditioners Many household items LAWN EQUIPMENT &MISCELLANEOUS Stihl weed eater Electric weed eater Snowblower Electric lawn mower Cover for truck bed Faux wood burner Gas furnace, heaters, two propane furnacesCamper shell Large fan for shop Yard furniture (2) 300 gallon barrels Yard sprayer on cart Table saw, like new Wheel balancer New Nape 250 welder Anens YT 10 riding mower Commemlal paint sprayer Metal yard trailer (2) DR Tdmmers Tire rack 2000 Yard King, 20 HP, 46-inch, cut riding mower TOYS C~i! ~' ~ !:~!~ddie fire engine truck with ladders Little Red Wagon John Deers Model "60" tractor John Deers wagon John Deers Manure spreader (3) Gun and holster sets Reuht Caterpillar Old games Ford Fairtane remote control car Auburn rubber race car All toys like new, most with boxes Terms: Cash or check with proper I D. Property is yours when bid off. All items sold in "as is" condition, 0escrtp~on to il~ best of our ability. However, the owners, auctioneers end printer make no warranties either expressed or implied, and are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced prope~y. No property removed until settted for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over written adve~sing Ray & Sheryl Dieatrick 0 wners Sale conducted by _ _ ik-, s R M k ea] Estate & Auction O Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broke~, Auctioneer and Appraiser .,, PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 **" Assisting Auctioneers: Corey Mikkelsen and Brad Elting ~\~ E-maih mr44608@alltel.net **. Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com I I i I i