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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 20,2010 Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to plac_e your ad._ ..... MISSOURI WELDING Institute. Ne- vada, Me. Become a certified pipe- structural welder. Gradu&amp;te in 18 weeks earn up to $35 per hour. Com- panies calling weekly searching for our graduates. 1-800-667 5885. www.mw.ws. 15 ALL CASH vending! Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route. Includes 25 machines and ATTENTION LANDOWNERS! Use your land or family land for three, four( five bedroom turn key packages. These are great deals. ModuJar, doublewide and singlewides. 1-800- 375-3115. 24 TIME HAS run out. Must sell three bedroom manufactured home. Must move to your land. 785-841-4887. 26-Notice THE NUCKOLLS County Republican Convention will convene on June 2 at 4 p.m. at the county courthouse in Nelson, Nob. Delegates and alter- nates will be elected to the state con- vention along with local party offi- cials. All Republicans are invited! 26-20-1c 30-Musical candy. All for $9995.1-888-753-3441. .................... GUITAR AND-or vocal summer los- MOTEL FOR sale: Huge upside po- tential, great investment for couple- family. Twenty-six rooms and big liv- ing quarters. Near busy highway. $395,000. Geneva, Nob.. 1-866-429- 4409, info@ budgethostgeneva.com. FOR SALE: Well established bowling center in Central Nebraska. Eight lanes, well-maintained and updated equipment. Kitchen has wet ansul system. Call 308-452-3741 or 308- 233-7738. 15 16-Misc. for Sale For Sale: John Deere Boots In stock  jce,4Nlaa ......... 1890 Idaho, Superior, Neb., 68978 402-879-3276 1-888-251-0212 www.oregontrailequlpment.com 16-20-2c GIRL'S HUFFY BMX bicycle, purple, new tires. $20. Call 402-879-3496. 16-20-1c sons. Signing up newstudents. Donna Diamond 785-527-0484. 30-17-5c Mankato It was graduation Sunday at Har- mony United Methodist Church. High school graduates Lucinda Christie, Kylene Cosand. Miles Klos and Samantha Wunderelc and eighth grade graduates Miranda Hahn and Emma Menhusen were honored. Other gradu- ates who were not present were also recognized. The Chancel Choir, di- rected by Pat Grout and accompanied by Rosalie Menhusen, sang "Prayer of Blessing "" Pastor Tessa Zehring read the scriptures. Acts 16:16 and 33 and John 17:20 through 26. Her sermon was entitled "Let All be One." Ly|e Dauner was pianist. Acolyte was Anna Menhusen. Pastor Tessa said Sunday will be observed as Pentecost Sunday, a celebration of the birthday of the church. The Harmony Bell Choir will ring during worship. After the service. Harmony will provide a barbecue cel- ebration. Bill and Ida Peroutek were in Hays for the weekend and attended Derek Peroutek's graduation from Fort Hays State University. Cheryl Rickel and ....................................................... her fami Iv. Kevin Peroutek and family FARM' FRESH eggs, 402-879-4874. and Jim 15eroutekjoined them. A lun- SEVERAL USED big-screen HD TVs with warranty. Dick's TV. Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3123. 16-47-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp HOT TUBS by Nordic, in stock and ready for delivery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture, Mankato, Kan.. 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc SHIPPING CONTAINERS: 20x8x8; 40xgx8; 48x8.5x9.5; 53x8.5x9.5, Camlock doors, hardwood floors sup- port forkhft. Delivery available. 1-785- 655-9430 Solomon. Visit online at www.chuckhenry.com for complete web listing, photos, specs, pricing. GRADUATION PIANO sale...over 100 pianos! Verticals from $688, digi- tals as low as $1,099, Grands starting at $4,888! Mid-America Piano. 241 Johnson Road. Manhattan. 1-800- 950-3774. www,piano4u.com. FLOOR MODEL hot tUb sale, $1,995 to $4,995. Walk-in bathtubs. Buy di- rect from manufacturer. Call 1-800- 869-0406. We deliver. Town Center Showcase. Lincoln, Neb., visit online at goodlifespa.com. 16 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT outlet: New and used restaurant equipment. See www.chillmasters.biz for more information: Sioux City, Iowa 1-800- 526-7105. 16 WALK IN bath tubs. Lowest prices guaranteed. Over 40 models. Can meet all requirements. Maintain inde- pendence, safety, dignity. Eliminate fear of falling. Call 1-800-813-3736. www,bathingsafety.com. 16 18-Household Goods FOR SALE: Queen and king box springs only. 785-378-8251. 22-Vehicles 1982 CADILLAC COUPE DeVille, gray, all original, 90,000 miles. $3.300. 402-236-8805. 22-20-4c 1996 CHRYSLER TOWN and Coun- try 7-passenger van, 111,000 miles, loaded, leather, garaged. 402-746- 3332 or 402-746-2443. 22-18-4p 1996 CHEVROLET S-10 Blazer, red, good tires, 4x4, nice interior. Needs engine, $1,200 or best offer. 402- 879-3997. 22-18-2p SELL YOUR classic car, truck or motorcycle online. Call this newspa- per (402-879-3291) or call 1-800-369- 2850 to place your ad on the national www. midwestclassiccars.com web site for only $25. Your ad runs until your vehicle is sold! 22 23-Recreational FOR SALE: 17-ft. Coleman Kevlar canoe. No accessories. $250, phone 402-225-3867. 23-20-2c 24-FT. 2006 GULFsTREAM B.T. Cruiser motorhome. One slide-out, sleeps four. Bought new, never used. 4,241 miles, asking $40,000. Ca11402- 364-3245. 23-20-2c FOR SALE: Excel 30-ft., fifth wheel. Slide, front bed, rear kitchen, excel- lent shape. Call 402-879-3685. 24-Real Estate LAND OWN ERS hotline. Do you own land or have family land? Pick your down payment on three and four bedroom manufactured or modular homes. Free.S1,000 furniture pack- age. 316-425-7940. 24 cheon was held in honor of Derek. On Saturday night, Derek played the gui- tar and sang with a band at the Ramada Inn. Houses where Derek. Dane and Paige are moving to with friends were toured Sunday. Bill and Ida Peroutek visited with Don and LaVon McGinnis on Friday in Hays. On the way home Sunday, they visited Bill's cousin Elmer and Rosemarie Boland at Athol. They viewed the old Bohemian Hall that was moved to Athol from Claudell area. The Mankato High School Class of 1950 will meet Friday, May 28. for supper m the Buffalo Roarn in Man- kate and later at Pine Haven. Holly Murphy graduated summa cure laude from Baylor Universib with a university scholar's degree in clas- sics. She wilPbe attending graduate school at Kansas University in the fall. Holly is the daughter of Chuck .and Trish Murphy, Stromsburg, and the granddaughter of Fredrica Murphy, Mankato. Samantha Dean. Mankato, has been awarded an activity stipend for the 2010-2011 academic year to partici- pate in the drama department at Cloud County Community College. Dean will receive $1,000 per production. The award is made after the successful completion of each performer's in- volvement. Student actors are expected to attend all rehearsals make all dead- lines when assigned and coordinate any work with rehearsal and perfor- mance schedules. Dean is the daughter of Randy and Becky Dean. Chase Taylor Skelton has been se- lected to receive a 2010 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship. Sixty-eight Kansas students received the four-year scholarship. Each recipient will receive $1,500 for the 2010-2011 academic year. Chase is the son of Start and Tammy Skelton. and grandson of Phyllis Esslinger, Mankato. Aaron Enveart. St. Joseph, Me.. was a weekend guest of his parents Kent and Brenda Enyeart. and attended AmandaFleming's high school gradu- ation and reception, Blue Valley Lutheran Homes Society, Inc. Nursing Home is seeking a part-time Laundry Aide Blue Valley Care Home is seeking a part-time LPN Night shift - This position has a $1.500 sign-on bonus (pro-rated on hours worked) Courtyard Terrace is seeking a full or part-time Med. Aide Nig ht shift Benefits are health, dental and life insurance, flex spending and pension plan for full time. Wages based on experience. Double pay for holidays Differential pay for evening, night and weekend shifts Attn: Ardith Maschmann 220 Park Avenue Hebron, NE 68370 402-768-3900 Fax 402-768-3901 An Equal Opportunity Employer I Burr Oak ByGlennysBarnes i At the United Methodist Church Sunday morning, Megan Boyles, daughter of Curt and Sandra Boyles, was congratulated on being a graduate of Fort Hays State and for getting a teaching job in the McCook school. The huge iris bouquet was compli- ments of Jeanne and Dale Freeman from their "Iris on Parade" garden in Mankato. Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the athletic banquet at the Red Cloud High School on Thursday night. Their granddaughter, eerie Barnes. was rec- ognized as a member of the volleyball team and the Spirit Squad. Their grand- Volker and Gabriel O'Connor, Au- rora, Ken, Daphne Manning, Esbon, Shell/and Cortney Kuhlmann, Man- kate, Cheryl Hiliman, Jess/ca Barnes, Judy Miller, the Rev. Tom Korb, Ranae and Katie Jacobs, Cody, Renita, Mettle and Isabella Volker. Monday was promotion night for the Rock Hills eighth graders. Daisy Volker and Gabriel O'Connor. Au- rora, Ken., Judy Miller, Ranae and Katie Jacobs, Cody, Renita, Mettle and Isabella Volker, Lisa Hornbussel and Justice Cummings all attended. Weston Wagner, son of Cody and Renita, was a member of the eighth grade class. The Junior American Legion Aux- iliary members will be distributing poppies 'on the Burr Oak Main Street from 8 a.m. until noon Friday. son, Steffen Barnes, received an award There will be a singspiration at the for having lettered four years in golf, Nazarene Church at ?p.m. Sunday and was the only senior boy who had evening. All' are welcome to attend, participated in three sports for all four years of his high school career. Their grandson, Kasey Ord, received an award for having lettered four years in basketball, track and golf. Both Steffen and Kasey are candidates to receive the boys career athlete award which will not be announced until after the spring sports seasons are completed. Kathy, Alea and Austin Landrum, Stephan/e. Mackenzie and Ian Cosand and Mickey Coffrnan. all of Arizona City, Ariz,, were here to attend the graduation of Kathy and Stephanie's Classes having reserved tables at the alumni banquet include the classes of 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965 and 1970. Dispatch By Edna Verhage I I I i Greeters for- the Sunday morning worship service were Roy and Stacy DeBey. Passage Sunday morning was Luke 24:44 through 53. Theme Sunday morning was "The Big Picture ." Theme niece, Kylene Cosand, of Mankato. Lilly Barnes. Red Cloud, was a Thursday overnight and Friday visitor of her grandparents, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Jim Pursell and Carolyn Barnes, Superior, were Friday visitors of Cheryl Hillman. They helped her with some outside spring cleaning. Cheryl Hillman met Sharon Tuilar. Jewell. at a Mankato restaurant on Fri- day for lunch Weekend guests of Doug and Wanda Frasier were Jason Frasier. Topeka, Joshua Frasier, Saline, Caleb and Lauren Frasier, Lawrence, Ken.. and Elsie Carper, Lebanon. Elsie at- tended church with Wanda on Sunday , Sunday evening was "Everything will be right." Melanie Schlatler gave the children' S message Sunday morning. Ken Nyhoff and children. Centen- nial, Colo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nyhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vender Giesen, Rock Valley, Iowa. were week- end guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Vender Giesen, Ha[py birthday to Randy Keeps and Cheryl Ramsey May 20; Jan Keeps May 22. Greeters for the Sunday morning worship service were Rich Verhage and Roy DeBey. Passage' Sunday morning 'was I and Richard Frasier was a Sunday af- Samuel 2. l'through 10. Theme Sun- tcrnoon visitor at Doug and Wanda. day morning was Hannah s Song. Pas- They werecelebratingMother'sDay a - sage Sunday evening was I1 Peter 3:1 week late and also celebrating Jason thl:oughl3.ThemeSundayeveningwas Frasier's May 8 birthday. Amanda "Jesus is. coming again." Frasierwasunabletoattendbecauseof Eider.Marion Sehlatter conducted her work schedule. Lauren Jeffery will be doing a rota- tion assignment at the Mitchell County Hospital the next few weeks. Lauren is a pharmacy student at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. While she is working in the area, she will be staying with her parents, Brad and Colleen Jeffery, Northbranch. Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended the Rock Hills graduation ceremonies on Saturday in Mankato. After the graduation, they attended the recep a t/on honoring Jasmin Bless at the Burr Oak Community Center. RicliardCOX' s m6ssage at the Chris- tian Churd{ on Sdnday was, entitlo,d .... is "'Puzzles and Dancing m aCtrme, ra selected scripture reading was Mat- thew 28:16 through 20. Richard talked about the three parts of the Trinity..God. Jesus and the Holy Spirit. He said the Bible affirms that God is three parts without actually using the word "trinity." Explanations of the trin- ity can not do justice to its specialness. The three parts of God live in and through each other. Elsie Carper. Leba- non. was a visitor with her daughter, Wanda Frasier. Shane and Kristi Hillman, Mike and Frankie Moseley, Cody and Renita Volker. Josh and Denise Wagner, Michele Schoenrock and Travis Schoenrock hosted a graduation lunch and reception honoring. Taylor Moseley. Weston Wagner and Shianne and Shawnee Schoenrock on Sunday .at aLovewell Lake shelter house. Cakes were baked by Ranae Jacobsand Doris Woerner. Some of those attend/ng were Cecil and l,ola Hillman. Ionia. Daisy ii I I ,I I i the evening serwces. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schlatter and family, Salina. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlatter and family, Hutc,hinson,' were weekend guests of Mr anlll4V[rs: hm Schlatter. Gloria Makey, Roxanne Kim and TylerWhifing,all of Gothenburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Schlatter and family. Happy birthday to Roy DeBey and Jennifer Herredsburg May 12: Dave Draayer May 13. Cathy Nyhoff, Denver. Colo.. was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nyhoff. Ml''and Mrs Howa}d Groenendyk, Cedar, Iowa, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Groenendyk. Commissioners Continued from page l Fischer reviewed the following price quotes on used dozers: Murphy Trac- tor, 2007 John Deere 850J dozer. $167,500; Foley Tractor, 2004 Cater- pillar model D6R dozer with 3.536 hours, $ ! 18,000 with $21.500 for rear ripper and labor to install and $5,000 for freight for a total of $144,500.; Foley Tractor, 2003 Caterpillar model D6R dozer with 6,541 hours, $1'05,000 with $1,700 to rebuild idlers, $4.670 for 22" shoes and labor and $5.000 freight for a total of $116,370; Berry Tractor. 2004 Komatsu D65EX-15 crawler dozer with 4.303 hours $110,000; Berry Tractor. 2006 Komatsu D65EX-15 crawler dozer with 3,349 hours. $167,000; Berry Tractor. 2008 Komatsu D65EX-!5 i i I i II ii i iii i Operations Employee Full-Time Position Available Carleton, NE Immediate opening available in Plant Operations This is an excellent opportunity for qualifio ,'' . Z, ,,uuals interested in: -Working in a state-of-the-art grain facility -Team environment . Working toward career advancement -Competitive salary -Train loading incentives -Bonus program -Benefits package I Wants/Desires of Qualified Indigiduals: -Ability to/earn and explore depths of career (PassionateCurious). j -Strong Communication, Reading, Writing & Math Skills -Good Attendance Record & Work Ethics -Reliable Transportation -Experienced in Agriculture.Related Business -Mechanical Abilities -Ability to Operate Heavy MachineryEquipment -Ability to Work or Climb to Substantial Heights -Computer Skills We invite you to apply online at www,ichoosecargill.com. > Click on Careers at Cargill > Select Search Cargill Jobs > Click on United States and Canada (Production and Maintenance)> Search Job # CAR00129. t You must complete tle'isiiIine : ' ' ' appliea.tiofi process in order to be considered. If you do not have access to the internet, please visit your local library or job service, or you can apply online at our Cargill Carleton office. Cargill; Inc. 210 3rd ST Carleton NE' 68326 Cargill,, Inc an:Equsl,OppbtJt  Erployer, i I iii ii II II I ii 19-2 crawler dozer, with 3,876 hours $175,000, The commissioners asked lbr quotes for interest on lease-purchase and pro- vide budget information. The commlssmners adopted a proclomation presented by Melvin Brown, Jewell County's representa- tive for Pawnee Mental Health declairing May as Mental Health Month. Commissioners approved a one- year contract for Schendel Pest Cola- trol for the Jewel l County Courthouse. Commissioners agreed to offer Angeta Murray a contract to serve as the county health nurse and adminis- trator. The Commissioners also met May 3. Don Snyder, emergency prepared- ness director, asked the commission- ers to adopt a resolution declaring a disaster following last ThursdayJs storm. The requested resolution was adopted. Marvin Loomis, Mankato city ad- ministrator, requested assistance from the county to assist in clean up of the roof that was blown off of a city stor- age building. The commissioners said they would discuss it would Rex Fischer. Darrell Miller. county attorney, dis- cussed preparations for the tax sale. I III Obituaries Alice Clemons Alice Baker Jones Clemens, 68, died April 27 in Independence. Ky. She was born Dec. 26.194- l. in Ludlow, Ky. She was a homemaker and hair dresser. She is survived by: her sons, Tom Jones, Pembroke Pines. Fla.. and Tim Jones. Taylor Mill, Ky.; her mother Virginia Baker, Richmond. Ky.; four brothers. Roy Baker and Ronnie Baker. both of Richmond. Ky., James Baker and Don Baker. both of Lexington, Ky.; five sisters. Ella Rae Rafferty, Jewell. Gloria. Mango, Springfield. Miss.. Barbara Kingsbury, Cooper City, Fla.. Jackie Roden. Taylor Mill, Ky., Judy Baken Sebring, Fla.: and three grandchildren. Her funeral was held May 3 at Allison and Rose Funeral Home. Tay- lor Mill. Ky., with the Rev. Michael Sweeney, Jr. officiating. Burial was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Erlanger. Ky. Bradley Keeler C. Bradley Keeler, 94. formerly of Formoso. was born on a. farm east of Montrose on Jan. 13.191[ 6. to Charles Andrew and Bessie Jeanette (Hayworth) Keeler. He died last Wednesday at the Belleville Health Care Center. near Montrose and Montrose High School graduating in 1935. He was married to Max/he Dahl on Aug. 9, 1936. They lived near Montrose until 1945. when they moved to a farm near Formoso. and lived there until 1984. Bradley and Maxine moved to Formoso. Bradley was preceded in death by his parents: his wife.Maxine: a sister. Pauline Hamilton; and a brother. John Keeler. He is survived by: two children. Mrs. Roland (AlmaJo) Bonjour (Alma Jo), Topeka. and Larry Keeler, Bonner Springs; six grandchildren: and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held Monday at the Formoso Community Church, with Pastor Gene Little officiating. Casketbearers were Robert Bonjour. Tim Keeler. John Keeler, Rodney Kane. Nell Bonjour and Delno Reed. Interment was in the Pleasant View Cemetery, rural Montrose. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was m charge of arrangements. I I I gill I Courthouse News ]ewell County i , Traffic Wayne E. Key, speeding, $106. Steven R. Neukirch. speeding, $147.50. Accidents May 14 at approximately 7:20 a.m. near milepost 203.2 on Highway 36. David Stewart. Smith Center, driving a 2006 Chevrolet pickup was eastbound when deer ran in front of his vehicle. .Accident investigated by Sheriff Fut- lerton. Register of Deeds Darrell L. Kile and Diane M. Kile to Matthew Kile. E1/2SE1/4 of Sec- tion 24. Township 1S, Range 7W. Don D. Dwyer and Marie L. Dwyer as trustees of the Don D. Dwyer and Marie L. Dwyer Revocable Trust to Norman C. Greene. trustee of the Norman C Greene Revocable Trust. Wl/2NEI/4 and the Wl/2SEl/4 all in Section 18. Township 4S, Range 7W. Frank G. Boston and Geneva E. Boston to Jonathan D. Ruthstrom. Lot 7 and S1/2 of Lot 8 in Block 26. origi- nal townsite of City of Mankato. City of Mankato, through its mayor and city administration to Donald D. Snyder and Barbara A. Snyder, W 90 feet of Lots 7 and 8 in block 35. origi- nal townsite of the City of Mankato. Frank Vculek and June Vculek to Rich Franzcn. W 68 feet of Lots 6 and 7 in Block 2. origJnal townsite of City of Webber. Charles H. Smies and Judy Bryant to Ryan E. Carlgren and Lori D Carlgren. A tract in the EI/2SW-I/4 of Section 12, Township 2S, Range 6W. Probate Estate of Louise Matous. decree of Bradley and his parents later moved descent. to a farm two miles south of Montrose. Criminal He attended Rockdale Grade School State el'Kansas vs. Michael Doxon. charge five counts giving worthless check, guilty of charges, sentencing set. State of Kansas vs. Erin Knapp, charge giving worthless check, order of dismissal. State of Kansas vs. Roberta Angleton, charges interference with parental custody and contributing to a child's misconduct, granted supervised probation for 12 months, pay fees, court costs, do not possess or consume any alcohol or illicit drugs. Marriage License Michael Dethloff. Mankato. and Dixie Abram. Mankato. I Im Post Rock Answers By Scott Chapman, Post Rock Extension i Some of my wheat just doesn 't look that great this year. what do volt think is wrong ? [ have seen quite a few fields with what appears to be nutrient deficiency symptoms. The're could certainly be other causes, and there is a chance that is isn't a shortage in the soil. but rather the plants did not have access to it. Three possibilities: Some wheat. especially late and shallow planted fields did not develop the root system necessary to find nutrients even though they were in the soil. ,Until the last few weeks some plant roots were still in the top two inches of the soilprofile. An- other nutrient availability problem is caused by large amounts of residue. Nitrogen has been tied UP breaking down organic matter and has not been available to the plant. A third cause may be when no nitrogen was applied last fall. Although the wheat was topdressed this spring, it had to move into the soil. by then the wheat plants had not build the "factor)"' necessary for good wheat production. Starter fer- tilizer and extra nitrogen in high resi- due situations can help elevate these situations. A soil test this summer can deter- mine if the soil is low in an essential nutrient or was there bul not available to the plant. Wheat Plot Tour Tuesday This xear's wlieat plot tour will include variety demonstration plots, the official state replicated yariety trial. presentations by K-State specialists on wheat breeding, disease, and no-till. The tour ends with a meal provided by Post Rock District ag businesses. See Us For Office Supplies 111 E. Main St., Mankato 785-378-3191 I , , I ,! , =1 We will offer, for sale to the highest bidder at public auction, the following described property at the fire hall in Burr Oak, Kansasbeginning at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 LOCATION: From Burr Oak, KS, five miles south and one mile west or, from Mankato, , ...............  , q KS, five miles west and one mil.e north and iii...[" L d [: ; .H L ,1 'V OiO . :t one mile west .: ,-, i' :{:i::!:!, . : .:,' .' : " J : ": :. DESCRIPTION: This, farm consists of ap- ;*-L [ :'!-i r:':-r r ........... /7-. ............................. :-7 [-:.7i proximately 160 acres, more or less, of ! " : " } ;i " ] .................... d" which 105.7 acres are cropland with wheat I ., i. -..,<c, ...... 4 " .....  '"/ ! ' " " 1 base of 58.8 acres with a 34-bushel yield ,, ., , _,nt,,,.  ..... .,,,,,,,,,  ............. . ,; .......... _, and grain sorghum base of 32.3 acres with [ , ' ;"  " ,/  .  : a 55-bushel yield. The balance is in grass- !.,.,, f .... I ...... I " I : ............................. i " .... : : } land with potential to gain more tillable } ....   "SUBJECT' -. acres There are ,,,,erai ponds located on l' .   ,, l , . : , ,' "- ,.,,,erty.Manurewasspreadthisspring ........... :::1 ............ ..... :"J :.." ' ; .,I ..... .,:  i "" 'C "" " .... " :=" ......... "  " on the cropland at the rate of 23 tons per P- .... ..L 1: M E..i.o.q w, __g,,_  =' d:..;,r', :. acre.  . .............. ..... i . i " i ...... LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE 1/4 of Section 16. T-3-S, R-9-W in Jewell Co.. Kan. POSSESSION: Buyer wil recewe possesaon upon cosing, sub}oct to tenant's rights on ctoplan0. Full possession on grassland at closing. Full possession on cropland after soybean harvest, buyer will have right to plant fall crop if desired. With the exception of four acres located in the NE corner that is leased until May 1. 2011 for placement of manure pile from neighboring feed yard. Buyer will retain all rent money, including cropland for 2010. TAXES: 2010 and all pnor years taxes Will b e paid by seller. 2009 taxes were $1,111.54. The 2011 and subsequent years to be paid by the buyer. TERMS: 20% down clay of sale, 30% due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title in approximately 30 days. The remaining 50% after January 1,2011 and no later than January' 5, 2011. Title nsurance will be used. seller and buyer will pay equally on the premium. Aft statements herein are believed to be correct. However the auction firm, sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or implied. All information was obtained from courthouse and government agency oft/cos and are believed to be correct. ALL LIC ENSEES OF MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT. FOR VIEWING CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN, 402-879-5666 OR COREY MIKKELSEN, 402-879-1504 OR FEEL FREE TO VIEW ON YOUR OWN! Sale conducte'd by." Brad and Linda Ost,_ sellers Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Corey Mikkelsen. Auctioneer & Real Estate Salesperson. 402-879-'1504 ..oneer PC Box 184. Superior, NE 68978 r Phone 402879-4464 E-mail: mikkelsenre@windstream.net g, ebsite: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com