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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 7, 2016 Hutchinson, Ken, withtheRev Melvin ...................... . ""['~'--I I"" ~ tirement between Pueblo, ColD, and Walton officiatmg Burial wili followPwl~ek~tab~esUt sbi ,-. -,-,, ~-~-s-,~,mu populatlonfairgr°undSlossand citYTo park.compoundIn addition,tiaat,opportunitie "in [I 2 !I ffsC ] f' '! '" ..... " ..... not be micromanaged: "Success breeds ( success. When a project is complete, ! it's okay ifa volunteer backs away for 3 ~ a while. When something they are pus- i~ sionate about comes along, they'll be i back." i Sixteen communities participated N in FirstImpressions in Kansas this past . year: Almena, Atwood, Belleville, ii Colby, Ellis, Grinnell, Lebanon, Lenora, Lucas, Minneapolis, Natoma, i Norton, Oakley, Smith Center, Stock- i~ ton and WaKeeney. Sales of combines incresed in January ~ U S. retail sales of self-propelled ~ combines wereup significantly in Janu- . ~ dry, showing a year-over-year increase .................. ~ ....... ~ of 21.4 percent, according to the Asso- ciation of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the trade organization for off- : road equipment manufacturers and sup- pliers• In addition, sales of less than • •~.,~. =---~L~w.,~ ~,~ 40HP tractors showed positive growth with 5,354 units sold in January, which i is an increase of 13 percent year over -. men worKeu ror local tarmers m r~e ~ year. Conversely, sales of 40-100HP .•. ~:~ tractors decreased for the third con- i - - secutive month, and sales of larger • l| ~_|~li,F|.|lil~ the family homestead near Webber. in Fan'lawn Burial Park. Friends may ]| Ikj Ig,llOOl/I ~,lIAO In addition to her children, Beth is call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, e most obvious challenges for ~ ,... ~ .... , ..... survived by her four grandchildren: April 7, at Elliott Mortuary. Memori- communmes m general are nousmg ]l none 4oz-t~/9-3zul or Justin Kidd of Salem, Ore.; Trevor als may be made to Muscular Dystro- II 785-378-3191 or cometo Kidd of Minneapolis, Minn.; Ayla phy Association, in care of Elliott 11148111 ] ............ 1 E.t.. ThirdMaln lain SuperiOrManKato Otto LeistikOWNevinand a zreat-grandson,F°wler°f FOrtof FortC°llinS'Collins,KarsonC°l°•;ColO.;Kidd_and Kan.M°rtuary'~ 67501•o, 1219,., N. Main, HutchinsOn,p ld care the aging population and ~ tractors also decreased. •' ' [I place your ad. Owen ~f Salem, Ore.• vavza urns IIL.~_~ ._~___. Chuck preceded Beth in. death by_ David Earl Bums, 78, was born make me weoslte oetter, rlerson sam, 22-Vehicles reXa;CflYvli Yie; 1 nthe hgU~l A.me~a~- ~)ceoCrm3a~li19u~37sinto ~~e!l 2013 DODGE Grand rain van, like ~du~Yhatdehreas~;?be[l Me~ht°drrieS~ Superln°r'H?egwr;~] new, 29,500 miles Stow and go, new .• ' • m up ii!;~,~ i ............ ' ..... alongsldeChuck slntheWebberCe - County where he ou,uuu mile ~anKooK ures, gray wim • " n ~:'~:~ black interior, $16,500. Ken Kotinek, ~aom~L?eSa~.anam'iefr°mtheDavlds° attended sc,hoo! m • ,^,, ^,,,., ........ ,=u.,~ . ~soon, graouaung ouo-oo,~-ot~• zz-]4-]c . in 1955 from 23-Recreational Gaylord Rothchild Esbon High ............. Emmett Gaylord Rothchild, 98, of School. ~~ ~-uf~, ,Javt.;u oaymght 29 RLDS. T,,~,,,11 ,-d¢,~,-r-,,rl,,,~fWebber Kan After gradua- ~ml~ $19,500 Like new, extra clean, clue- died March 28 2016 in Belleville He tlon, David worked construcUon and trieawningandjack. MSRP$27,359. ,,,,~ h,~,, t~,' ~m,~,,, ,,,~ I~,,th weldingjobsuntil1958whenhejoined 402 ........................... -87g-4828 23-14-3¢ ..... R thchildonJul 30 1917 the United States NaUonal Guard, then tbtansoury) o y , , ..... ~. ..^ ~A ....... T." .. enlisting in the United States Army, 24.D==1 I=ot=t= ~. ........................ _ t.:^ ..^ ~ ..... 1. ..... a..a o..~., where he served in Germany After his I. ltlb Z;~Lt ly yt;OJa tl~ att~;tlu~u xxuac . . • . honorable discharge m 1960, he did HOUSE FOR Sale: 202SummitAve, Hill School at present day Lovewell ...... some constructton and wemlng, and Webber, Ken., near Lovewell Lake• LakeandgraduatedfromWebberHigh ........... Completely remodeled. New plumb- Schoolin 1939. He then attended weld- , ......... - orasKa as a aired hanD, and also (lrove ing, electric, heating, air, vinyl sidin0 ing school in Omaha, Neb., before ......... a cattle trUCK t)avlo worKeD Ior van and windows. Corner lot with de- being drafted into the United States ,. • ........ - ous trucKmg companies In [y/~, me tached garage. 785-758-4098. ArmytoserveinWorldWarlI.Hewas ..... • . _ ~/~ than 100HP 2WD tractors and 4WD ..... ramny moved to ~voca, IOWa, ne 24-9-tfcstataoned m the Phlltppmes and New ........ , ..... --~ " started worl~lng with Double ;55 ~,,, =.--=--- - Gumea. After the war, Gaylord mar- . ~,~ ,, . ~O I~IOIICe ried his high school sweetheart Iva Trucking Company. . ~:~i~:A court is a place where what was • mane* .............. alsson on 6pal ~ ~, ,v,~o. une . In October,. 1960, David was united confused becomes more unsettled than THE NU.CKOLLS County Immumza- ~.i,d was ~"m t" this union Martha mmamagetoKarenR.WardatNelson, ever• Henry Waldorf Francis tlon Chmc (for ages two monthsto18 ,.., o,, ,, , The were 1 p o alKmg trails to re • " .... hild" Matthews y b essed with six children: years) will be held the second A t omcm, ). rai " livestock in Lanette, Michelle, Teresa Michael, ~i;!!~ ...... Wednesday attheBrodstoneMemo- , ......... Krlstme and Sandy They later dl- i!ii~ ri I .... Jeweu t.ounty for more man ~u years, ~• a Hospital Speemlty Chmc. Use the .............. vorced north en • was a memoer or me weeDer unttee •. . ~ trance forthe Supenor Faro- . ............. David died on March 18, at Myrtue i M " • memomst nurcn ann past memoer o[ , . y ed~cal Center, Supenor, Neb .................... r Me&cal Center In Harlan, Iowa In from 2 4 " m Brin ........... me view vest 1No .5333 m aupeno .... • - la. • g ~mmuntzauon ....... • ....... addition to la~s parents David was pre- facer • • • i eo tee an(] lva vamee ramny aoove ' Kathy Jensen (front right), helps her granddaughter Keegan Hollerich (center), as the rest of the family follows, as ds. A $5 donahon per chdd fs - " .......... ceded in death by his brother, Robert they leave the Easter Egg Hunt, March 26, afternoon• requested. Please call ahead for up- al.~ an e alsoe,njoy.ee playing cares wire Bums. pointment, 402-879-4432 Ext 290 rnenas anaaancmg• He is s"-" ;" ~a ~.. ~.;. ~.,, .... [ ~a~mfAippiy Today! [ • . • u .... ¢.u t,y.=~..,u,~,, a community they would like to retum and points of interest including the hess oca~ liAvailableP°~¢lodei:Hff [ S"onsored b" Broa'*^'-- " .... ""' He was preceded m death by hts . _ , ~ ,.,o,v,,o ,,,,~,,,,.,.=~ - ~ . - LanetteF rs n v • • ' " v • i r ete o eta oca, Iowa, Mrs. Hosnital 26 41 ,~m,.parents, ms wire, t a, three s ste s ................. to9 Hi ' • " ,- • " "" ....... ~oug [iVllcnene)Helllg or /-lvoca, "Commumttes ghbanks Speedway high school, Sidle said she'd like to see more - Naomi Kerl, Doris Godsey and . . • • mwa' Mrs Francis (Teresa)Jordan of ,~e soomet~mescom~ co~nmu~e~ take advantage ofl CRAFT SHOW m Supenor 9a.m. to 3 Gwendolyn Shearer; and three broth- r . 7... ' ........ • • l~ort Ivla(llSOn, Iowa; iVllcnael burns or - -, p.m., May 28, dunng the Annual V e- ers, Delbert, Dale and Norman Wanlawa, ................. raawan; wtrs t~nnstopner "gle said. Sometimes brochure holders were purchased for smallmralcommunities o~cultureis I CH or NH .... ~- 7 I torten Festfval. For more reformation Rothchfld. t'Krlsune) .......... ~cnou ot bt ' Louts,- " iv|o", strengths are taken for granted, and hotels and restaurants to help make to do thinos ourselves and not ask for ' cal1402-879-1251. Leave message.He is survived by daughter, Martha ....... ='... " weaknesses are accepted as part of the visitorsawareofthearea'sattractions h .... '~ ...... "" 26 14 6 mrs ~ugene t~anay) t~utcner, Jr, oz - - P Matthews, Jewell, Ken.; granddaugh- , • . ...... • . . . . • elo. we ve oeen tortunate to nave ..........,..,., .. . . . _ ters, t.auralaatza and nusoana, t~ren-t, ~voca.... ,mwa'ano, ~mat~ums;., ..... t,4grano- norm CF~am~sm!~tar~l~ 2S also. improving the several resources, such as the Dane G. [ Full~ening Shift Med Aide- [ ;SO-MUSICal Instr, ............ cnnoren" two great-grandchildren; lalS Once completed, the assessment ........ P - HansenFoundation, increasetheirlevel [ CT [ ' ulame, rxan., Lanae l.)avls and nus- . . ' .... , ..... ,. - mote nee=my uvmg h-..a ~°°"n Br""mfield ColD Slster, rvlrs.t~lcKtr%aren)wltcnly, l~ort helps drive goal setting and priorities ..... : .... of support in northwest Kansas To I Full,'me RN Evening Charge I ~° ..,.,u a=au ,,,u , ., " " we re continually working to GREEN PIANO• Yep, this Wurlitzera,~,n,t, l~l~tth#~v~ [~w=ll T~n-~nd Worth, Texas; his brother, Richard for new development, plus identify ............... maintain or improvethe quality of life I Nurse-NH I =' Iooks like Sspfino- $1,988 Mahonanv =" :"-" -'2~"-."'--~2-"h~',~;5-~2~'-'-"-'-~'-.-"2" Bums ofMankato; h~s special friend, ways to strengtlaen community ser- here we need to utilize th ..... ~ ..... ~ ~" • o - ave g~eat-g~mcm~ul~u o[uuy,.Jillzit, ,-. .L ....• .......... ,. u...-vices includingencouragingresidents to sub- sources " ,. .... - [ D.~, *~.... Hec,¢-reptl°nlst ] : Yamaha,$3,488.Kimballbabygrand, I,td. c'.,t,~ M,~-d,,w Davis Kash uoromy uOttle auml~un, r-4r~xntuHh In Norton, one of the top priorities - nnlvin~, for ~,rants can h,~ i,,imi I .... - ..... = - '~' I ' $97.94/month. Statewide delivery. ~av~s~u~.~va~ro~s ' Iowa; stepchildren; step-grandchildren; " • .- sit items to the community calendar g ' • - " "Th " ~ ~ " ~" ........... - ...-,.Mid'America..-.-._ Piano,. Manhattan, 800- ...ou;= ¢,...........~ .... ....o he, ultra r.u,~y,c-:a°" ~r"'^'a .niecesandnephews;°therfamilymem-. ~. . Identified was to improve signage to ..... dating for those who are new to the I Maintenance [i g~u-o/l~, www.pfano4u•com30 i at lfl-qflu m atTrinit~UnitedMeth oers ann many mends. . help guide travelers and visitors to . , nrocess but once the fear is r,.~nt,,o,~ I Full-time - NH I' faczhtIes and attractions, said Posson, , . ' , • . she said, she believes more communi- [ F~~en all 3 facilities [ odist Church, Jewell, Ken. Interment ° ° * 36 Thank you ..... William Siebert . was at 1"30 p m at WeeDer t~emetery, who is a member of the Norton County me" ag economy'ls ....... in a ugnt spot Wltla ties willtakeadvantageofthe resources. [ ,-u ..... [ .... . William Lee Siebert (Wild Bill), Economic Development board of di- When asked what traits stron ..... I .... u,~t_o.~y _ _ . Ii I WOULD .......... like to thank the hospital Webber, Kan.Memona]smaybemade,..,,=......~**,,~ws...nolarsm..rtmd ~-,RQ wu~ ................. ham Marc'h 9"/, .... 109"/, in.. rectors and chairperson of newly es- reduced commod}ty prices, as well as cessful communities share, Sio~sa~d [ P'~.a..ryAide-EveryOther [ :i-. and employees at DOS NeorasKa ....... "'~* ...._o,. _ 12'. . M ...... th ]('an l--le diPrl Thnr~duv tablished Norton PRIDE a volunteer livestock prices,' Sigle said, adding havin-astructurethatallowsoeo,,le's [ _Weekend - NH [:i: . . '. " . - e= l-" 1° that it s unusual for both ram rices medical Center in Omaha and the at North Central Kansas Technical i~als~'e~iat~i~l~)'~l£;~lemov~.~n"]-~i groupdedlcatedtounprovmgthecom- . ....... g _ P voicestobeheard--intheformofcity[ Full-hme Dietary Aide-NH [ :2 Brodstone Memorial Hospital I would College, Beloit, Ken. Kleppinger s .............. munit- It is affiliated with Kansas anouvestocKprlcestoaropatthesame c"" ....1 _1- ..... c ........ I For more information contact: I ' .... " ..... w 11 Ken was in wzm hiS wire w~yma, and me~r tour IIKetothanKeveryonewhosentcards, funeral home, se e , " .... ' "~ ~" • tim-c "m'-Hxe ...... economy oinormwestC ..... r~an uuuc.,cnamoero~commerce, rK~ta= , . ................................ , :. flowers and gifts. Thanks also for the charge of arrangements, p. senseD ~o?2,t3?r~essionaI mechanic PRIDE, a partnership of K-State Re- • - committees or others -- and sh,,-i-,, -, I H,,mun I:l~_~n,,re~_~ I". food and visits at my home A big • p . . . search and Extension, the Kansas De- sas communities, as well as the rest of information are key She rec~'otmei~ [ ang~-~ng".;~maom [ , ......... " , _T|~ I1~-II-.-.~-. After he retlred, hecut, sphtanddehv- partment of Commerce and PRIDE thestate, is dependent on the agricul- what someone in one'communi-, told [ ....."~'~..'t.'~.7..'~.~ ..... [~.~ manKs ....... to me I-'nysical Tneranv,_,^ae- ~.u~ ~.,=ai~,.~,~ erea .......... tour loggmg truck loads oz In'e- Inc. ' rural economy." ' ............ :'......I ,;~=2~"v~'~.~;n I : panment tor worKfng wire me ~pe- Teddy ] "Ted" Carltnn t~ died , ..^a .... ~. ~.. ,a-~:u ..., *- Norton also focused on revitalize-Aginginfrastnkctureisancttherclkal- ~ her:~'Italls~3rted with aconversation. II " ~'-- .... ' -- -- L~ v " 7 " " I ei I ................... ............ ' ....... ...................,. w yma tion of some ,,arks businesses and lenge-Ai13,ufldmt!l l tenorate, thecost From Ilaat .onversatlon others were [IO Vm.org www.Dvm.org I ' a manKsgotot-aslorl~amryn~ates, April 4, 2016, at his home• He was began square dancing with Valley r , .."-' .~, .=,'~ -.,,~. ". - '. i[. ~ .... )i-[[ " '. ' " g~lst~r Harry Cro.ss..anq PastorbomNov, 14, 1929, inJewell, Kan.,to Squares. They danced together until __-lre~'dentiM.......... zrea~, ........... ~aid Pc~,,, ...... whc~ torehablhtatethemoftenexceedswhat broughtln, and the excltement became ,[ AnEqualOpportunitt/Emplover ..... [, ,: m,~ en~t~er~n{,~,,i'~ ~t,~nan~s tomy James R~ and Ruby P. (Roberts) Myma's death in 2004. Bill came to . • it takes to start new The lack of a contagious " notedthatgomgthroughFtrstImnres- • • I .ra..~i..,~4a,~tt,,a~ C~o~am= I ........ " .................. =- t.:arlton, leaay servea in the United Angel the Valley Snuare~ rl~ ~nd sions was a uood fit with a strat'e~ic vibrant downtown for any community It's also important, Sigle said, to I ....... ~, ,v,,,~,, .~,~,~.~.,~.~,~..~ I .the, .fam,, s for coming to States Army for two years. He was a md' arolene vmov ° /o et r. planningproc ssstarted lierin20 5 makes it difficult to attract new busi- allow committees to do their work and I ....... I : umana, vnanKs for all the prayers hand,,man and en~o,,ed hel-in,~ "-*~'"~ - "" ~ ..... "~-- " ............ ~ ~ ~ v ~ v..,~,squareaanceaanu~v'awltla~et~olt- by Tara Vance, Norton's community ....... ~ wn!.c_n were .rte.o up on my oenam people. He liked western movies, es- ing SquaresRV Clubofwhich Bill and foundation executive director. ;~e~d~.|~uo~eg~w;falv~aYoSg: r~laermn pecially Gunsmoke. Myma were founding members. Bill "Specifically, one of the most his- ^ .. • ~Y • OnFeb. 16, 1973,hemarriedShirley and Carolene married in 2013• He en- toric buildings that was noted in the ~cn=ermeyer 36 14 lc o Burr ak r his " " Franz in joyed returning t O o " First lmpressions has since been reno- /-%1 • ~ Hutchinson, Ken. class reunions and visiting family and vated, which now makes a positive UD lttlal They celebrated43 friends, statement in our historic downtown," ......... years of marriage. Survivors include his wife,Possonsaidofacurrentlawofficethat -~ He is survived Carolene; a sister Joyce from Ne- had previously been a bank building. l~ttl Folwler ~ by: wife, Shirley, of braska; four sons, Bill Jr, Mike, Doug Teams of volunteers will decorate ~~ their v 3rian, i ~/ seven Beth Janice Fowler (nee Davidson) died Monday at in Pueblo, Colo. Beth was born on the Davidson family homestead near Webber in 1934, the third of five daughters of Floyd Davidson and Dolly (Lovewell) Davidson. She is survived by her four sisters, Joan Diamond, Joyce Shoemaker, Carolyn Simms and Patricia Lunge. Beth's dad nicknamed her 'Skeeter,' as in mosquito, because she was so quick. She was also known as 'Bethy' to those who loved her. Beth married her high school sweet- heart, Charles W. Fowler, in 1952. The couple followed Chuck's Air Force- and college career to posts in Montana and Wyoming, finally settling in Pueblo, ColD•, where Chuck was an award-winning hearing aid salesman. The couple raised three children: Janelle Kidd of Grants Pass, Ore.; Mrs. Nelson Coker (Karen) of Calistoga, Calif.; and Mark Fowler of Fort Collins, ColD•, all of whom shared Beth's pas- sion helping people as a nurse, a respi- ratory therapist and a fireman, respec- tively. A joyful and vibrant woman, Beth helped her children show horses• Later, she adopted her children' s hobby, even- tually becoming nationally recognized in the Quarter Horse and Appaloosa show horse circuit• After a brief stint raising emus and another stint running a woman's exercise center, she fin- ished her career training mounted pa- trol horses for the Colorado Springs Police Department. She split her re- Residential, Agricultural, & Commercial Title Insurance -Escrow & Closing Title & Lien Searches-Abstracts Ideal Title has the Nuckolls County documents of land patents from mid-1800s from U.S. Homesteads to the present. Title LLC 354 N. Commercial • Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4341 idealtitle @ yahoo.com the home; a daugh- ter, Shield Per- singer of Bellville, Ken.; a son, Robert Cruz and wife, Karla; daughters of his heart, Rhoda Kretzer, and Debbie Trotter, all of Hutchinson, Ken.; a son of his heart, Scott Jones, of South Hutchinson, Ken.; brothers, Marion Carlton of Henrietta, Texas and Gene Carlton of Beloit, Ken.; a sister, Dora Maiz of Ell sworth, Ken.; seven grandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; seven siblings; two sons, Byron and Randy Carlton; and a daughter, Pam Persinger. His funeral will be 2 p.m. Friday, April 8, 2016, at Elliott Chapel, and Steve and their wives; five grand- children, Jeff, Brian, Kyra, Shelley and Andrew; and great-grandchil- dren, Scott, Fiend, Violet, Elaine, Stella, Egan and Oren. His funeral was held Wednesday, at Southminster Presbyterian Church, Beaverton, Ore. First Impressions Continued from page 5 whether in one' s own home or com- munity, it' s easy to pass by something without thinking about how it looks to others, said Sigle, who is based in Osborne. For the first-time visitor, is the drive into town welcoming? Is there something unique that may help draw people to shop? Does it strike them as 20 large flower pots to correspond with each season, he added. ~l Sigle's work in helping strengthen northwest Kansas communities is made possible by a partnership started in 2015 between K-State Research and Extension, the Kansas PRIDE Program and the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. Improved signage is also a priority for Belleville, according to Melinda Pierson, director of the Belleville Chamber and Main Street. Although there have been ongoing efforts to im- prove the community, participating in First Impressions was a"wake-up call," she said. Belleville, which has a population of about 2,000, is installing new signs pointing the way to public buildings hiring. Part-time/PRN universal worker; medication aide certificate preferred. Will train. Now offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus. To learn more, call (402) 879-4791 or apply online at good-sam.corn/superior. , %Good . ,f 24, Sa.mantan Soc e - All QU~II~8£1 ~oplicant 8 Will i'~ CelV e consideration for emoloyment wltilout regard tO gertd&, rare. religion, marRal status. Color. gerletlc inforrnatlon, age. ~exu~ onenta~on gender icien~ty, na~onal origin, dlsabdlty, veteran =t~tu$ or Other protected status, r 6-Gi0'234 | Starting promptly at 1:30 p.m. Auction to be held at the Hebron Secrest Library Basement, 146 N 4th Street, Hebron, NE ~[! ~'~. Repub,ic County '+' Kansas ............. i[.:~i.:.L.... .......... ' . L......'[1.2!~721 i i::~ .... (160 Acres +/-) ***Sprinkler Irrigated Farm*" GENERAL INFORMATION Location: This farm is located at 140th and Diamond Road, or 4 miles Tax Information: The 2015 real estate taxes and all prior years' taxes west of Chester, NE on State Line Road then 3 miles south on 140th. shall be the responsibility of the seller. AIIfutureyear'staxesshallbethe Legal Description: The SW1/4 all in Section 17-T1S-R3W of the 6th responsibility of the buyer. P.M., Republic County, State of Kansas Possession and Closing: Possession shall be granted to the buyer Farm Description: This farm consists of 160 acres more or less. There after the auction with final closing on or before May 19, 2016. Full pos- are approximately 148.63 acres being farmed. There are 134.54 irri- session shall be available for the 2016 crop year. gated (50% class 2 soil) with an existing Reinke 8 tower sprinkler Terms: A 20% earnest deposit will be required from the successful irrigation system, 14.09 acres is farmed dr/land, 4.42 acres of harvestable bidder the day of the auction• The balance shall be due on or about May Walnuttrees(1989planting)intheNEcornerandthebalanceinexisting 19, 2016. Title insurance shall be used and the cost shall be shared county road ROW The irrigation system, gear head and pump sell with equally between the buyer and the seller• theland. Thepowerunitandfueltankwillnotremainwiththefarm. This Agency: Brad Elting and Company, Inc. are agents representing the farm is level to gently rolling• Access to this farm is good county roads seller• Acreage calculations and data in this brochure have been ob- on the west and south. Three phase electrical power is available along rained from sources believed to be reliable although its accuracy cannot the west side of the farm. be guaranteed by the seller or the sellers agents• We urge prospective Irrigation Equipment: The present irrigation equipment consisting of buyers to inspect the land and rely on their own conclusions. Announce- the Reinke sprinkler system, gear head and pump will be sold with the ments made day of sale shall take precedence over advertising. land. Water Rights File No. 32734. Additional Information: A Property Information Packet showing FSA Fertilizer: Buyers please note that fertilizer has been applied to this information, aerial photos, tax data, soil types and other pertinent farm and the new owner will be required to reimburse the sellers for the information is available upon request by contacting the auctioneer Brad cost thereof• Elting at 402-768-7270. All irrigation equipment selling with the land is 2015 Farm Service Agency Data: 153.53 total farmland, corn 123.1, being sold on an "AS IS" basis with no warranties or guarantees, either grain sorghum 0.1, soybeans 12.6, total base acres 135.8. expressed or implied, by the seller or auction company. 2015 Taxes: $2,845.83 Auctioneer's Note: Buyers please note that this farm is a highly productive unit with good soils, irrigation equipment and good water. The farm have been well cared for through the years. This farm sells absolute to the highest bidder and present an excellent opportunity to acquire additional acres, If you are looking for good land selling at auction make plans to attend this Auction. Sellers: an Sale Conducted by." Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer & General Certified Appraiser 145 North 4th Street, Hebron, Neb. = 402-768-7270 View this auction on the web at www.eltingauction.com Aucligneer -i LI i~, ;a q ;n L ~O ~r 5~