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Thursday, April 7, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 8A i i Four Ways from Northbranch • By Erma Dillon • ' Thursday, Wayne and Natalie Frost brought their children to visit their grandparents, Ivan and Leta Frost, for an Easter egg hunt. Whitley, Blaine and Devyn hunted the eggs and candy that grandma Leta had hidden earlier. Brenda, Mark, Lee and Cory Carlson and Leon, Chase and Gerit Wagner had Easter dinner with Ivan and Leta. The guys shot blue rock and Brenda and Leta had a good visit while watching them shoot. Wayne, Natalie, -Whitley, Blaine and Devyn had gone Natalie's parents' for Easter. Sam and Alyce Gillett went to New Prague, Minn., last Wednesday, arriv- ing before the brunt of the blizzard. Susan and Dennis Olson were going on a short get away and the children were coming to Kansas for their break. 'Thursday, the Gilletts and Brandon, Eli and Sophia left for Kansas. Sam's driving skills were tested as the inter- state was solid ice and snow through parts of southern Minnesota. There 'were lots of semis off the road and cars in the ditch. They were thankful to arrive safely. Dereck and Jerrod Gillett came over to see them fight away. Brandon and Jerrod are the same age, born on the same day, so they plan to hang out together. They keep in touch through social media sights. They all then went gee Lily, Claire baby Wyatt and Aunt Beth. The children can't wait for "the rest of the family to show up. :i Terry and Janice McCutcheon re- ?turned last Saturday from their winter home in Arizona. They joined the con- i gregation at the Nazarene Church for Tithe Easter service and dinner that fol- .3owed with around 60 people attend- 'ing. They wish there were that many every Sunday. There were lots of chil- dren hunting Easter eggs! Kameron Shute of San Jose, Calif., son of Scott and Aparna Shute, was Shere at his Uncle Tom's this week getting some farm experience, like ob- serving pulling a calf! : The Don and Carol Gersmers both in their late 80s, at Medicine Lodge lost their house and everything to the Wildfires last week. They drove through : fire to escape They built their house 50 .years ago. The Gersmers are Aaron and Joel Shute's other grandparents. Aaron and Joel are Steve Shute's sons, • grandsons of Jeff. Rex Bird of Belleville and Ramona :Tiemeyer of Morrowville visited their :parents, Patty and Delbert Bird, re- Cently, helping Delbert celebrate his ;birthday. Most of Sam and Alyce Gillett's ;family visited Easter weekend. Corn- ling on Friday were David, Autumn, "Logan, Addyson and Easton Gillett, Bennington, Carrie, Andrew and Jacob Bonebrake, Topeka, and Ross and Luke Hutson, Downs. Carrie and Jacob stayed with Jim and Kim Gillett. Jerrod Gillett had as his guests Brandon and Eli Olson, Andrew and Ross. Luke stayed the night with Logan at grandma' s. Addyson Gillettand Sophia Olson had Lily Walker stay the night with them. Saturday, Carrie, Beth Walker and Autumn helped the children make stained glass crosses to decorate at church. They were joined in the after- noon by Scott, Victoria, Makayla and Cade L'Ecuyer, Haven, at the Esbon Easter egg hunt. Being too old to hunt eggs, Dereck, Jerrod and Brandon helped move furniture at the church. After returning to their grandparents' home, they colored eggs. John and Marcia Hutson came later in the after- noon and joined everyone for supper. The highlight of Jacob's day was go- ing with Uncle Jim and Dereck to feed cattle. Lots of questions! After Easter service, Jerrod and Brandon had an Easter egg hunt for their youngercousins. Then all 30 fam- ily members had dinner with Sam and Alyce Gillett. All returned in the after- noon to their homes. Sam and Alyce took the Olson children to their home in Minnesota on Monday. Easter weekend, John and Erma Dillon visited family in the Wichita I've learned... • The best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person. • Life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes. area. They were overnight guests at the rural Peck home of Steve and joined Mankato other family members at the rural Haysville home of Greg and Dianne By Elaine Thomas Fenster for some meals and watching Julie Malcom Alexander stopped at the Easter egg hunt and four great- Doris Alexander's home Wednesday grandchildren. While John dialyzed at evening and they went to Superior for a DaVita facility in Wichita, Dianne, supper and then back to Doris' for a Abby and Erma visited at the homes of visit before Julie headed to Nebraska Erin and Michael Williams, Ben and Thursday. She will continue with her Max and Janel and Phil Harms, Isaac retreats in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Selah. Abby is excited to be ac- and Canada during the month of April cepted to grad school atWSU in speech and then will head back to her home in pathology. She has been working with Georgia. disturbed children at the Tri-cities Out of town relatives here to attend schoolwhonotonlyhavespeechprob- the funeral of Vera Thompson were lems but many behavioral issues, her daughters, Pauline and Ken Another highlight of the Dillons' Robinson, Glasco; Kathy and Mike EasterweekendwaschurchatCountry Bryan, California; sister Leatha Acres with some of the family. Grand- Essinger, Idaho, a retired Methodist daughter, Janel Harms, was a guest minister who assisted with the fnneral; violinist in their orchestra. The music, brothers Raymond Ross, Colorado, and under the direction of Eric Stone, in- George Ross, Hutchinson; grandchil- cluded a bell choir, orchestra and the dren Debbie Tegethoff and family, vocal choir which ended the service Washington; Tammy Reed and faro- with a rendition of the Hallelujah Cho- ily, Scott City; Amy Kerst and family, rus. Kansas City; Richard Thompson and Reports are there was a large con- family, Pratt; David Bryan, California; gregation at Northbranch Friends on Bruce Bryan and family, Colorado; Easter Sunday. Marilyn Jeffery and Ryan Robinson, Beloit; Stephanie Kermit and Loyce Jeffery had family Schmeck, Salina. visiting, as well as other visitors. Frank and Nadine Railsback were LaVae Glover is making theCherry in St. Francis for the weekend to attend Estates Assisted Living in Red Cloud the wedding of their granddaughter, his second home, while still maintain- ShayLinn Kaus and Drew Zweygandt. ing his connections with Northbranch. Also attending were Janelle and Steve John Parsons continues to improve Spiegel, Zach, Ryan and Jacob, his mobility as he receives rehab treat- Formoso; Jeff, Sueann and Claire ments in Hastings. He was aThursday Railsback, Louisburg; and Julie afternoon visitor at the home of John Railsback, Kansas City. and Erma Dillon. Family and friends gathered at the Pastor Jon Harkness welcomed community center Sunday afternoon those at Northbranch Friends Church to celebratethe99thbirthday of Martha Sunday, also giving announcements Denayer. and prayer concerns. A video about AlmaZadinajoinedherfamilySun- Ireland was viewed in preparation for day at the home of Marty and Vicki the special offering to be taken Sunday Zadina to celebrate the birthdays of for missions in Ireland. Musicians were Marty and Amanda Womack. Others Erma Dillon, Liz Jeffery and Colleen joining them were Amanda's family, Jeffery.UsherswereGlenWamer, Tim Steve, Paige, Payton and Brodie; Warner and Kelly McNichols. Ushers Russell and Kayla Dunstan, Griffin, for the monthly "noisy" offering were Emmit and Kaine. In the afternoon MIMc c iJeffery, Jacob Harkness and Kelly they all went out to the farm where the ichols. With scripture found in children rode four-wheelers and other Exodus, Chapters 25, 35 and 40, Pastor toys. Jim and Lorie Zadina, JeffZadina Jon' s sermon presented God' s plan for building the tabernacle for His people, and Micah Johanek joined the family there. God gave great details as to this build- ing. It was built by skilled craftsmen Bob Gumm, brother of Jean Ann with materials donated by God's Whitaker, had open heart surgery in people, the Israelites. Upon comple- Lincoln, Neb., last Wednesday. He tion, the glory of God filled the taber- came home Monday where he is re- covering. nacle, focusing on God's call to spe- Shirley Smith remains a patient in cific people. God still focuses on call- Salina and family is with her. ing each of us for specific tasks, with Chris Stein and Luke Neilson were specific resources. Everyone is here here visiting their dad, Scott Neilson, for a purpose, calling us to make dis- during the weekend. ciples. When we are doing what God Evelyn Wame has returned home calls us to do His presence overflows, following an overnight stay in the hos- all because of what God does through pital at Kearney. each one. He wants to use each one for Thadd Kadel was a guest of Jerod the purpose we are created. The chal- and Mary Kinsey and attended the fu- lenge is to do today what He calls for neral of Vera Thompson. today. A time of open worship fol- Mary Powell, Betty Becker and lowed the sermon, after which Pastor Audrey Diamond attended an evening Jon closed the service with prayer, of cards at the home of Jean Michael. Visitors in the service were T.J. and WillieandSharonBeckleyretumed Jessica Jeffery and their two year old from a visit with Kay and Dusty twins, Jace and Jaelynn, Smith Center. LaFranke in Tuttle, Okla. Kermit and Loyce Jeffery visited Vernadine Giess remains a swing Lonnie Buckley at Mankato's LTC on bed patient at the hospital in Beloit Sunday afternoon, where she is recovering from surgery. Dave and Regi Wieland and Ray EuniceEllswasabletoretumhome and Angle Holzmeister of Oakley vis- following a hospitalization with pneu- ited this weekend, doing spring yard monia in Belleville. work at their house north of Larry and Karen Thompson, Northbranch and also visiting the Oberlin, were here to attend the funeral women's mother, Lonnie Buckley. of his aunt, Vera Thompson. Sunday evening, Northbranch AmyFeigley, Abilene, wasaSatur- Friends hosted supper at the Fellow- day visitor of her mom, Shana ship Hall, after which missionary Roy Ruthstrom, Mankato. They had lunch Twaddelldiscussedhisministryamong at the cafe with Ervin, Kristin, Sam, Muslims. Jacob, Aaron and Allison Underwood, Velma Lee Smuck, who has been rural Mankato. Amy also attended her living with her son, Homer, and wife, nephew, Aaron Underwood's, soccer Lois, near Alton, has moved to an games in Beloit. apartment in Augusta. Homer and Lois have given notice of their resignation aspas*orsattheMt.AyrFriendsChurch "Nobody can be as agreeable as an in rural Alton. uninvited guest." Kin Hubbard Loreen Bird and Erma Dillon at- tended the funeral for their classmate, "No one can be so welcomeaguestthat Betty Andreasen, Friday afternoon at he will not annoy his host after three the Christian Church in Mankato. days." Plautus for Less NO EXTRA CHARGE for: Grinding Hamburger, Sausage or Pork Burgel Tenderizing Round Steak Making Minute Steak • We also Double Wrap Meat for longer freezer freshness (once in poly freezer film and once in paper) • We will make Lunch Meat from your beef or pork • All Hams, Bacons and Lunchmeats are made with our and cooked in our country-style • Locker Rentals available for overflow • Lard Rendering • Slaughtering by Appointment • We Double Grind all Hamburger • Beef and Pork by sides and quarters available • Full line of meat available by the package prize winning recipes Hickory Smokehouse from locally fed animals BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Home Fed Beef Sides ..................... $2.80 Pork Sides ....................................... Sl.50 (includes cutting & wrapping) 785'243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia . 14.16 Ran lall By Fawna Barrett Kerma Cmuse was a guest speaker at Randall Community Church Sun- day. Them will be no services in Randall next Sunday, April 10. All are invited to a family service at Jewell Trinity United Methodist Church in Jewell. A potluck dinner will follow the service. Randall Senior Citizens met last Tuesday for a potluck dinner and after- noon of cards. Mary Ann Kibbe went to Lakin last Thursday to visit her morn, Della Enslow, in the hospital. Della died early Friday morning at the age of 95. Funeral was Monday. Three other daughters, Marilyn Tiemeyer, Gayle Tackett and Ruth Eastin survive plus spouses, grandchildren, great-grand- children and other relatives Dawna Green's sister, Pat (Clawson) McMurray, died March 31. She had been a resident of Hilltop Lodge, Beloit, for some time. Pat gradu- ated from Randall Rural High School in 1949. She is also survived by one daughter, Lori Howell and husband Steve, two sisters-in-law, Leota Clawson and Joy Hake, several grand- children and other relatives. Her hus- band, Gerald, and daughter, Janie, pre- ceded her in death. Vickie Fenner has completed her work in Lincoln, Neb. She is having some time with her parents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter, as her husband, Scott, is on an insurance assignment. Mike Plowman visited with his mother, Leota Clawson, for some time then left for home Thursday. He stopped in Wichita to visit Debbie and Dennis Galoway and also visited a friend in Arkansas City on his return to Missouri. Becky and Mark Novak, Melissa Freeman and boys stayed several days in Branson, Mo. a week ago. Last Sat- urday, they celebrated Melissa's 40th birthday with dinner out in Concordia with other relatives. Jud Freeman stayed a few days with his dad during this time. April 3, they had a late Easter dinner with Harley and Bobby Jackson and family as the children were ill Easter weekend. Raelyn Bolte and Kinley Cooper stayed with Ila McElroy Saturday af- ternoon while their parents were work- ing at a farm. Sunday they came back to visit again. Elaine Peters accompanied the St. John's vocal groups at the regional music contest Saturday. The girls re- ceived a" 1" rating and advanced to the state contest in three weeks. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Bridal wreath bushes are lush with pure white blossoms. Red buds are trying to burst forth in bloom. Other flowering trees are like gigantic bou- quets of color, balanced on the dark trunks showing no known visible sign of support within the flowers. Grass, except the buffalo, is bright green and the sound of power lawn mowers could be heard around the community during the weekend. Dan- delions are filling the yards (of those of us who haven't sprayed) with sunny, yellow flowers. Warmer temperatures over the weekend enhanced the outdoor time and the colors filled the soul. Esbon By Glenny Fogo Word was received some time ago that the Roy Dewitts, the former Carol Hancock, of the Ozark area of Mis- souri had a bad car accident. From the information I received, Carol was seri- ously injured with multiple leg frac- tures. At that time they said she would be moved to a Columbia, Mo., hospital but I have learned since there was no place for her there so she was taken to Kansas City, Mo., where she under- went numerous repairs to her legs. She is now home and doing well although she is not supposed to move her legs. The healing process will be lengthy. Easter Sunday, Gale Burgess and Colleen Baker had as their dinner guests Kristy Hillman, Mankato, Wes, Bridget, Kahle and Brynlee Burgess, Milford, Neb. Last Wednesday Trudi Lewis and Joan Broeckehnan met Joan's sister, Jamie Reeker, Topeka, at Hoisington where the three of them visited with their aunt, Agnes Kindler, and helped her celebate her 92nd birthday. There was cake and ice cream. Also present was Agnes's good friend, Janet Bearmon, Russell. Sunday, Lucile Clark went to Abilene to help her son, Randy, cel- ebrate his birthday. Also present for the festivities were Randy's sisters, Shelly and Debbie, and brother, Doug. Randy lives in the Abilene area. Former Esbonite Rick Callaway calls Bennington home but he and Randy are not far apart and have gotten to- gether on occasion. lone Shipley returned home last Wednesday from Coalgate, Okla., where she had stayed a week at the home of her son, Lyle, as she visited with his family. Sunday, the Esbon Catholic Church began summer hours. Sunday morning church will begin at 8 a.m. Thursday Dwight Frost attended a meeting of the North Central Regional Planning Commission in Beloit. I am hearing many of the Esbon residents are as unhappy as I am that we have lost our three times a day city whistle. Now I have a suggestion. Make your wishes known to the city offi- cials. Daphne Manning is the mayor. Council members are Barb Mizner, Ken Marihugh, Eldon Pate, J.D. Puentes and Tim Benoit. Brian Voboril is the city clerk and Lila Frost the treasurer. They meet the second Tues- day each month at the community cen- ter at 7 p.m. Talk to them or attend a meeting to let them know how you feel. Maybe more noise will bring re- suits when the new whistles are put in New things are happening at Come check us out/ • Beer and Ice • Now Taking CoupoNs • Chili-Cheese Nachos • Donuts and Long Johns • Chili Cheese Hot Dogs • Roller Grill Products For Breakfast and Lunch • Biscuits and Gravy To Go Whole and Half Orders • Rev Honey Natural Energy Drink Lots of NEW items coming in May Including Gluten free products and pizza Open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Starting in April for Summer Hours Highway 36, Mankato, Kan. an This week's report from Friday, April 1 27 BIk Heifers 454 183.00 26 Mix Steers 529 199.00 16 BIk Heifers 499 180.00 15 BIk Steers 543 187.00 17 BIk Heifers 542 174.00 54 BIk Steers 573 184.00 34 Mix Heifers 424 173.00 21 Mix Steers 775 160.50 16 Mix Heifers 493 172.00 124 BIk Steers851 152.75 37 BIk Heifers 553 171.00 65 BIk Steers 847 152.75 24 BIk Heifers 679 155.25 67 Mix Steers 835 150.25 17 BIk Heifers 699 150.00 63 BIk Steers 899 147.50 18 Mix Heifers 810 143.50 21 BIk Steers 909 146.00 26 BIk Heifers 815 143.50 62Mix Steers 823 145.00 23 BIk Heifers 875 142.00 24 Mix Steers 880 143.25 23 BIk Heifers 780 138.00 52 Mix Steers 939 142.50 30 Mix Heifers 811 135.50 52 Mix Steers 949 141.25 35 Mix Heifers 902 134.75 47 Mix Steers 964 141.25 15 BIk Steers 446 225.00 36 Mix Steers 963 141.00 40 Mix Steers 417 218.50 52 Mix Steers 959 141.00 30 BIk Steers 511 210.00 52 Mix Steers 975 140.00 18 Mix Steers 476 204.00 56 Mix Steers 981 139.75 18 BIk Steers 522 202.00 24 Mix Steers 933 138.50 15 Mix Steers 507 199.00 Consigned for April 8 Don Becker Estate 30 Red Angus Young Pairs; 15 Young Fall Cows 60 20 Mix 5-7 Year Old Pairs; 10 BIk First Calf Heifer Pairs; 200 BIk-Char Steers, 475-525; 70 BIk Steers and Heifers, 400-500; Red-Char Steers and Heifers, 500-650; 15 Red Steers and Heifers, 400-500 Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 place. Lucile Clark has a relative or friend in Baldwin City, Calif. This is Alberta Umphenour, Burdette Callaway's sis- ter. Once a year Lucile receives a box of lemons from Alberta, who has a tree near her home. When they arrive in Kansas, we all benefit as Lucile bakes delicious lemon meringue pie and lemon bar cookies and shares them with friends. Have you started training? If not, you better get at it as Saturday, April 30, at 8 a.m., Esbon's third annual Rural Route 13.1 will start. This is a 13.1 mile run-walk, a 6.2 mile run- walk, 13.1 mile bike ride and a 6.2 mile youth bike fide. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Zach Kindler Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Esbon Community Alliance. There will be family rates for the races. The awards will be cash prizes. The above reminds me of a short story I know about. My son, Chug, and daughter-in-law, Carol, lived in Johnson City for 10 years. They had good friends there with a daughter, all good church members. The daughter is a cross country runner. When she got ready to go to college one of the per- sons who recruited her and talked to her about coming to his university was Zach Kindler. Because of Zach she decided to go to Baker, his school. when she finished high school and although Zach was no longer there because of his influence she kept her commitment and is now attending Baker University at Baldwin City. The local cafe was closed Saturday as the Willitts took a day off. They were back and at work Monday. Saturday Angle, Sean and Oracle Moulton, Wamego, Chug and Carol Fogo, Manhattan, met Glenna Fogo at a Beloit restaurant where they not only ate but also caught up on family news. "Christ is Risen." It was a beautiful morning this the second Sunday of Easter. Deanna and Roger Underwood were at the door of the Esbon United Methodist Church to greet everyone as they entered the church for worship as Rod Rose, lay pastor, would lead the services. The Gillett boys, Dereck and Jerrod, and the Walker girls, Lily and Claire, were the acolytes. Janet Kriley was at the piano as all entered the sanctuary to start the mornings services. Guests this day were Trudi and Jerry Lewis. Rod gathered the children before him and then asked them "how would you feel if your parents said they didn't know you?" That's what happened as Peter denied Jesus, said he didn't know him, not once, but three times. The special of the morning was a snare drum solo played by Dereck Gillett. It was great. Dereck had gotten a "l" on that same solo at contest. Lay speaker Rod read verses from John 2 and titled his ser- mon "It Is The Lord." Everyone had a different version of what they had seen at the tomb. Each writer years later, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, each remembered it a bit differently, when Jesus doesn't want us to recognize him we won't as no one did at the time when they were with him. He asked to see the disciples and Peter. Peter who had denied that he knew him was re- ferred to differently. Love and humil- ity should have been learned in Rod' s message today. Roger Underwood as- sisted with serving the communion elements which had been prepared by Janet. Fellowship followed. "It Is Well With the Lord." Rhys Marihugh, along withhis fam- ily, went to Madonna Center in Lin- coln, Neb., Saturday to see Scott Marihugh. He reported everyone is encouraged as Scott is moving his right hand more and when Scott is spoken to Ken thinks he does try to move his eyes to the direction the voice is coming from. Cody Marihugh, who has moved to Lincoln to be nearer to his dad, has a job in that city and started working last Monday. Cody is a welder. Everyone thinks that is a profession he no doubt learned in high school as there he had an excellent teacher, Jim Maguin, the welding instructor at Rock Hills High School and white Rock School. Last Wednesday, Colleen Baker went to Burlington, Colo., where she visited her sister and husband, the Jerry Boyds. Colleen returned home Friday. Sunday, Teresa Shipley and lone Shipley attended the 90th anniversary of the Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club at Webber. See Us For 111 Supplies Itwm C0=m R=c== E. Main St. Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 =!/: =. ~:~i~i:~:~* ~:Έ: Nuckolls County, Nebraska .... 155.38+ Acres Wednesday, April 20, at 10:00 AM, CDT DavenportCommunity Center 110 South Linden Avenue • Davenport, Nebraska Productive Nuckolls County pivot irrigated cropland with 20,000 bu of gram storage Located on paved Highway 4 just I mite west of Davenport Possession available for 2016 crop umsonl 0 For Property Details, Contact: Gary Anderson, Farm Manager/Agent KearneY, Nebraska Phone: (30S) 233-4471 Gary.EAnderson@FarmersNational.com www.FarmersNaUonal.com/ Gary.E.Anderson Mark Gustalson, Farm Manager/Agent Hastings, Nebraska Phone: (402) 461-9118 MGustafson@FarmersNational.com www.Far mersNaUonal.cem/ MarkGustafson Auctioneer: Jim Ebede Thursday, 7, 2016 Beginning at 2 pm Red Cloud Community Center, 142 W. Third Ave, Red Cloud, NE AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Productive farm land, Great wildlife habitat, calving facilities and just 1 mile off the Highway 136. Starting Bid is $2,000.00 per/acre. For more information contact Jeff at 402.257.7003. Land is located 5 miles east of Red Cloud, NE off Highway 136 to 1700 Rd., north 1 mile to H Rd., then east 1.2 miles and is located on the north Side of the road. Legal: West One-half(W1/2) Section Twenty-five (25) Township Two (2) North, Range Ten (10), West of the 6th P.M., Webster County, Nebraska. 144.69 tillable acres, 111 6 CRP, balance building site with grain bins, windbreak, cattle pens and creek bottom that runs the full length of property. Taxes: 2015 $7,672.82. Terms: Buyer and seller will enter into a written purchase agreement with 10 percent earnest money due the day of the auction. Seller will provide merchantable title by a Warranty Deed with Title Insurance. Cost of title insurance policy shall be a 50/50 split between Buyer and Seller Agency Disclosure: Gary Thompson Agency Inc. and Oliver Realty and Auction, (Lee Oliver, Broker and Auctioneer) are agent of seller and is working for the seller and not working for the buyer. Any information given to broker by the buyer will be disclosed to the seller. Any and all announcements the day of auction take precedence over anything written or implied. Possession: The buyer shall be granted full possession as of April 7th, 2016. Buyer will accept the CRP contract through its full term CRP ann ual payment of $6,419.00 and will expire October, 2020. Escrow Agent: Southern Title Company, LLC of Red Cloud, Nebraska hereby named to be the escrow agent in the dosing of this transaction. Closing fees will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Taxes: Buyer will pay all 2016 and all remaining years. Closing: Closing on or before May 10, 2016 unless additional time is required to meet valid title requirements. Minerals: All Minerals are believed to be intact and will pass to the Buyer Auction Firm Note: All statements or presentation made herein are believed to be correct. However, the Auction firm makes no Warranties either expressed or implied All inspections shall be made entirely by the Buyer, prior to the auction, at the Buyer's Expense. All information was obtained from the Webster County Farm Service Center and the Webster County Court House Jeff and Diana Ord, Sellers ,., o.,.., Broker GARY THOMPSON AGENCY, INC. RE,L, , .... ANO Bridget Daehling, Broker and Listing Agent ^ucr,o, 7, -2,2-6 33 or 785-2112-0607 501 N Webster, Red Cloud, NE 68970 ................. bridgetd@gtainsures.com • 402446-2242 .o Box 291,120 E. Court Smilh Center. KS 66967 Why sell Half-of-er when Lee can sell "OUVER! 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