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Thursday, June 8, 2000 JEWELL COUNTY Burr Oak By Anna Belle Grubbs Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hillman, Ionia, Berniece Zuberbuhler and cousin, Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Plait, Minneapolis, and Carrie Fry, Downs, called on Lucille Plait. Dinner guests of Madeline McMains were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Reed, Stanford, Neb., Gary McMains, He- bron, Nate McMains, Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McMains and grandson, Tyler. Tyler is staying the week with grandparents. Elizabeth Wilsman, Hanover, was a weekend guest of Geneva Garman. Linda and Charley Schrcck, Empo- ria, and Chuck Schreck, Colby, were weekend guests of Fern and Lynn Har- ris. Other callers were Nelson Harris, Boyd and Donna Silsby, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt, Minneapolis, Ver- non Terrill, California, and Kimberly and Chad Wherry, La Crosse. Marjorie Nelson, Sublette, returned to her home after the week with the Frasiers. Anna Belle Grubbs was in Superior to visit her sister, Beth Jeffery, and watch the Lady Vestey Parade. Cindy Maruniak and family, Parker, Colo., were weekend guests of Bar- bara and Warren White. Joining them on Sunday for church and dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawkins, Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorup, Smith Center. Other callers were Shirley and Leland Greying, Central City and Kermit and Loyce Jeffery. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Cen- tral City, and Bonnie and Bill Dakan, Wichita, called on Barbara Renner. Barbara and Howard Reed, Wichitat, were overnight guests of Nancy and Darrell McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin visited Wilma Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Smullins and family, Colorado, were visiting their families. Ruth and John Stevenson, Califor- nia, came to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Stevenson. Cathy and Kent Chase, Republic, visited her parents, Richard and Cam Gates. Hazel Korb, Bob Korb, Larkie and Ed Searcy, Fort Worth. Paul and Karen Wieler and sons, Kenesaw, were guests of Robin and Paul Hanson in Gibbon. Max and Marilyn Hawkins, Kansas City, called on Hazel Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Belt and Pare, Norfolk, were visiting friends here. Larkie and Ed Searcy and Hazel Korb attended a horse show in Hast- ings and watched a friend show her horses. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Micheal, Florida, visited his dad, Joy Michael. Pastor Laura Pricker was in Wichita attending a conference and was in- volved in a four-vehicle wreck, total- ing her car. No one was seriously hurt. The Rev. Sidney Dillinger was in charge at the United Methodist Church Sunday morning. Kerry Wangh sang a special "Let There Be Peace On Earth." Myrtle Brandon shared a basket of red roses. Vivian Reed attended the Clegg reunion at Mankato. AnnaBelle and Homer Grubbs were supper guests of Gale and Marjorie Wilson, Sweet Home, Ore., at a Man- kate care. Mr and Mrs. Bill Siebert, Aloha, Ore., were week long guests of Ethel Siebert. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Siebert, Overland Park, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Olena, Geneva, a daugh- ter and,family, Arizona and son and family. Trumbuli. Guests of Wilma Underwood were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacker and Mar- tha, Edgar, and Phylis Dethloff, Man- kate. Oren and Carla Underwood took Wilma to the Esbon. Beloit and Man- kate cemeteries. They stopped at Quentin and Jami Underwood's home for ice cream. Mark Underwood took his mother to Burr Oak for the Memo- rial Service. Vernon and Wilma Terrill, Califor- nia, Mr. and Mrs. Max Terrill, Colo- rado, and Ray and Wanda (Terrill) Myers. Wakarusa visited together. Hazel Korb and Larkie and Ed Searcy visited Sandra and Louise Korb. Mary Modlin, Nancy McCorkle and Barbara White worked at the Thrift Shop in Mankato. Diane Timmons, Denver, was a weekend guest of her parents, Midge and Richard Oliver. Mildred Baush and Dean Baush, Norton, called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byers. Dewey Terrill, Junction City, was a weekend guest of Glenadean Terrill. Members of the Burr Oak High School class of 1959 attending the 2000 Contact your local Star Seed dealer and ask for "Excel" Sorghum x Sudan hybrid for grazing, baling, greenchop or cover crop, Economically priced. Randall Farmers Coop Randall, Ken. 785-739-2312 Jawell, Ken. Alumni Banquet were Guy Oldfield and his wife, Karen, Richland, Wash.; Corwin Seamans, Wamego; Naomi Everson S wartzendruber and husband, Richard Hesston, Emerald Ost and wife, Bev, Hastings; Barbara (Heskett) Ohmstede and husband, Garold, Guide Rock, Gary Jordan and Glennys (Fogo) Barnes and husband, Cliff, Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cosand and Mr. and Mrs. CliffBarnes were cafe supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oldfield. Linda Marsh, Boise, Idaho, Pat Blair, Trail, British Columbia, and Mr. andMrs. Gus Raymond, Lebanon, Ore., were guests in the home of Edna Fogo. They were in Burr Oak to attend the 2000 Fogo Reunion. Jerry Barnes and Shanna Shorb, Powell, Wyo., visited his mother, Cheryl and Morris Hillman. Jessica Barnes went toWyoming for two weeks with her father. Teresa Wilson, Omaha, was a re- cent visitor of her uncle, CliffBames, and aunt, Ruth Oliver. Guests of Lucille Collins were Wanda Reimers, Grand Island, David and Kelly Reimers and children, Wil- liam, Michele and Cheyann, St. Paul. Cal Collins, June Shelton, Gall Shelton and Deanna Shelton. An out-door bar- becue honoring Deanna's birthday was held. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene John- son were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Figge, Westmoreland, Mr. and Mrs. Jack May and Elizabeth, Kansas City, Cherryl Adams, Ervin Boss, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Forerst I)empsey, Formoso and Wayne Fogo and Scott Burgess, Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller, Janet Rykes, Matthew and Nathan and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Rykes, all of Rapid City, S..Do Mr. and Mrs. Lee Anderson and Hope and Danyelle Swartz, all of Willmar, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderberg, Eric and Inn and Mary Miller, all of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Kent Miller and Mason and Roger Miller, all of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Howard, Edmund, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Phil Howard, Andover. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Howard, Denise Guun and Cod andWanda Howard, all of Burr Oak, gathered for a family reunion in Burr Oak Memorial Day weekend. This was the first time the cousins had all been together in 25 years. Hazel Korb received word of the death of Harold Grovel Boise, Idaho, formerly of Burr Oak. He graduated from Burr Oak High School with the class of 1934. (Last Week's News) Harold Baylie, Nelson Harris, Lucille Collins and Madeline McMains were callers in the Gone Johnson home. Winnie McNichols stayed most of the week in Concordia, with Hilary, Kelsey.and Rissa McNichols, while their parents were out of town. She attended Rissa's graduation from kin- dergarten. Guy and Patsy Oliver, Arizona, vis- ited his mother, Dorothy Oliver, Larkie and Ed Searcy, Fort Worth, Texas, were weekend houseguests of her mother, Hazel Korb. Debby Underwood and Ken Scwin took Wilma Underwood for a ride. Tuesday evening Melody Reed treated her to supper at the cafe in Burr Oak. Melody and Delno visited her the next evening. Jami Underwood took her to Beloit. Dorothy Oliver is home after a few i i" days in the hospital at Beloit. Harold and Betty Brown were in Belleville and Scandia the weekend attending their 50-year class reunions. Recent visitors in the Douglas Frasier home were Marjorie Nelson, Sublette, Jason Frasier, Topeka and Elsie Casper, Lebanon. They were here to attend Caleb Frasier's eighth grade graduation from White Rock Middle School. Doug Frasier was an overnight visi- tor of Skylar Frasier, Lawrence, Kan. Doug was traveling in the Kansas City and Topeka areas, overseeing heavy equipment students, working in that area. While in Lawrence, he and Skylar had breakfast with Jason Frasier, To- peka. Skylar Frasier will be home for the summer helping with the family busi- ness. He plans to return to KU again in the fall where he is studying the.Span- ish language. Dispatch By Edna Verhage Greeters Sunday were Joyce and Carol Keeps. Passage Sunday morning was Luke 6:43-49. Theme was "The Role of Good Works." Passage Sunday evening was Romans 3:8-20. Theme was "False Hope." Special music by Beth Keeps with a flute solo. Happy birthday to Carolyn Miller, June 6.' Happy anniversary to Stan and Judy VerHeul, June 4; Ray and Robin DeBey, June 5, Don and Jan Keeps, June 10. Friday at 7:30 p.m. is the Vacation Bible School program, followed by the Y.P.S. ice cream social. Last week's news Greeters Sunday were Don, Jan, Brent and Andrea Keeps. Passage Sunday morning was Isaiah 41:1-16. Theme was"Fear Not." Pas- sage Sunday evening was Romans 2:1- 29. Theme was "When You Point the Finger." Special music was by Berend Keeps who played the French horn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams, To- peka. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wendell DeBey. Mr. and Mrs. John Keessen, High- land, Ind., visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boxum and family, Greeley, Colo., visited Opal Boxum. Tom, Doug and Randi Weather- man, Colorado Springs, visited the Bob Keeps. Rose Marie Kramer and Carl Hayungs, from Fountain Hills, Ariz., visited Dispatch Cemetery. Gall Keeps, Loveland, Colo., vis- ited a week in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mason, Red Feath- ers Lake, Calif., visited the weekend with the Ray DeBeys. Bible school is June 5 to June 9 at Dispatch. Marvin and Carolyn Miller and Melvin and Donneta Miller. Cawker City, hosted the Boxum reunion at the senior center in Cawker City. Attend- ing were Richard and Beverly Sutter, Lloyd and June Boxum, Abilene; Andy Sutter, Rachel and Nathan, Enterprise; Belva Hauxwell, Billings, Mont.; Ber- tha Hofer, Cheril McCoy, Charlotte Michel and LeeAnn, Osborne; Junior i " FII I ~ " ..... i FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM, storage shed, $5,000, in Mankato THREEBEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, living room and dining room, in Mankato THREE BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, remodeled downstairs, carport, large garage, in Mankato Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate East Highway 24, Beloit, Kan. 785-738-2010 Tom Lehrling, Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3693 I II I This week's report from the Mgnkato Livestock Commission Co. Steers Heifem 6 mixed at 562 96.50 6 mixed at 469 90.55 5 bl~.,k at 781 81.25 4 black at 551 92. 00 12 mixed at 805 .83.00 20 mixed at 761 80.75 10 mixed at 821 82.35 12 mixed at 888 75.25 12 Holstein at 937 60.00 We have several consignments of feeder cattle for Friday, June 9 and will have a nice auction. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY 785-428-3521 BARN PHONE 785.378-3283 ! Andy Montgomery, owner 402-879-3004 I II Millet from Star seed_. For II i Mobile 785-545-8366 I II grazing or hay=n0. (No tl | Scot Montgomery, Manager 785-378-3798 | II prussicacia). Justay~er II I Mobile 785.545.7383 I II~~_=~rmll I Troy Hofts, Fieldman 402-879-4992 ~ ! | Mobile 402-469-5147 ~ l IIRandall Farm~cooPli 4 Jo, Ru,~,, FieldmanY85-823-OS73 ~.r ii II Rand l, Ken.II(I Mobile rs u. los I II r zS U12 : 1/! el,Logan, Fieldman 785~378-3327 V" | |1 dewell, Ken. ]| | Mobile 785-545-6784 | ~ Scott Greene, Fieldman 785-428-3533 . and Marideen VanderGiesen, Beaus and Joyce Moeka, Smith Center; Sharon Slate, Janna and Joseph, Kensington; Ronald Boxum and Tho- mas, Alfred and Karen Herredsberg and David, Lebanon; Darrell and Gall Miller, Scott and Sarah, Mankato, and friend, Jason Reichart, Valley Falls; John and Alice Keessen, Highland, Ind.; Pauline Muxlow and Doug Muxiow, Topeka; Donna Schreiner, John, Jesse and Laura, Stockton; Norman and Pat Boxum, Chris and Stephan, Greeley, Colo.; Garland Harper, Dallas; Gary Harper, Perryton, Texas; Michael and Jane Simmons and Darrin; Gladys Boxum, Opal Boxum, Richard Boxum and Krystal, Allen Schweitzer, Donald and Linda Miller, Greg and Kerry, all of Downs; Marga- ret Miller, Joline, Eidon and Norma, Jean Frasier, Henry Boxum, and Dabble Miller, all of Cawker City. Visitors of Melvin and Donneta Miller and Debbie were Donneta's brothers, Garland Harper, Dallas, and Gary Harper, Perrytom Texas. They attended the Esbon school reunion. Happy birthday to Jean Frasier, May 28; Tate Arnold, June 1; Opal Boxum and Rol Keeps, June 2; Dave Draayer and Marvin Miller, June 3. Happy anniversary to Allen and Bonnie Seaman, May 29; Melvin and Donneta Miller and Gene and Dawn Michelson, June 1. Mooren works for kids library project "Kids Caring for Kids" is a pro- gram created to provide library facili- ties for homeless children of Kansas. Ashby House Family Homeless Shelter in Salina is the site for one of these libraries, a project of Amanda Mooren, Courtland, who has been working with the shelter for several years. The shelter serves more than 30 counties, including Washington, Re- public and Jewell. Last year Mooren directed the "Fa- mous Friends Auction" to assist with funding for ''The Bridge to the Future" Campaign. This campaign generated financial aid to renovate an apartment building to provide a three-month tran- sitional housing situation for the home- less families of Kansas. In this building achildren' s activity room has been created. In fact, the money through the Aug. 12 Famous Friends auction will be designated to the children's programs at the Ashby House. Mooren is hoping to make this child- friendly room a place where not only children may play, but also receive instruction on handling stress, nutri- tion, hygiene and counseling. Area Bible Schools, youth and 4-H groups are invited to adopt the "Kids Caring for Kids" project by gathering reading and coloring books, computer programs and movie videos which will be added to th e Ashby House Children's Library located in the activity room. The quarrel that doesn't concern you is pleasant to hear about. Members of the Burr Oak High School class of 1945 gathered recently for a reunion. Members of the class were (back row from left) Encille Lewis, Don Diehl, Gale Wilson and Homer Grubbs; (front) Donald Hare, (Howard) Miller, Bill Siebert and Olin Belt. Burr Oak class of 1945 gets together The class of 1945 from Burr Oak High School met for reunion, had din- ner together and returned to the Don Diehl home for a time of reminiscing and picture taking. Classmates attending were Olin Belt and wife and granddaughter, Norfolk, Neb.; Gale Wilson and wife, Sweet Home, Ore.; Bill Siebert and wife, Aloha, Ore.; Naotha (Howard) Miller and husband, Rapid City, S. D.; Don Hare, Fremont, Nab.; Encille Lewis and wife, Manhattan; Don Diehl and wife; and Homer Grubbs and wife. Letters were received from Marian (Moon) McNichols, Altadena, Calif.; Leta (Buster) Shipman, Namoa. Fin Arlene (Plato King, Torrington, Wyo.; and Curtis Lukenbill, Edwards. Calif., (son of the late Betty (Terrill) Lukenbill). The class had breakfast together the following morning at a local cafe. Burr Oak class of 1950 has reunion Burr Oak High School graduates of 1950 met recently with 14 class mem- bers present. There were 24 who who graduated 50 years ago The class has met every five years. with the exception of one time, since graduating. Two members. Verna (Hafner) Casada and John Abel are deceased. A catered meal was served at North Branch Friends Church. The group. met again at the home of Joyce McNichols with eight of the 14 attend- ing. Thirteen members attended the alumni banquet. The class members and their spouses attending the weekend activities were Jean and Merle Blew, Mankato; Maurice and Earlene Jeffery, Supe- rior; Violet and LeRoy Lewis, Callaway, Neb.; Garry and Nadine Michael, Jasper, Fla.; Bob and Joan Lockwood, Denver; Ronald and Kay Rogers, Overland Park; Marilyn and Max Hawkins, Kansas City, Me.; Ba- sil and Colleen Bell, Coos Bay, Ore.; Joyce McNichols, Superior; Harold and DonnaFearing, Enterprize, Ala.; Leslie and Lena Warner, Earl and LaVeta Winslow, Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery (both graduates of the class), all of Burr Oak. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery and Jean and Merle Blew are to plan the reunion for 2005. ' Paradise By Ava Knarr Ava Knarr entertained the D.D. Bridge Club with guests Daisibe! Mclntyre, Edith Hoffer, Nel Burnham, Leota Clawson. Alice Kadel will have the next meeting July 7. Vivian Knarr and granddaughter, Leslie, and Leslie' s husband, Joel, and great-grandson, David, and Gena Lea Johnson, Northglen. Colo., were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Flinn in Beloit and attended the Jewell alumni. Ava Knarr visited them Friday and had supper with them at Lyle's. Max and Susan Flinn were also guests. Gena Lea stayed and Don Johnson came Monday for a visit and to visit his family. Karolen and Galen Thacker, Salina, came for the alumni weekend. Karolen's class had a gathering. Wayne Clark, Wasco, Texas, vis- ited his parents, Elwood and Inez Clark, and friends and attended some of the alumni gatherings. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAivery, Moses Lake, Wash., were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemmerer. day guest. The 50 year class had union in Ava Knarr's urday night where all vited. Linda Warner music for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Curtis, called on Ava Knarr. j Glen and Carl smoked fisht per. They had They turned out great. time they had cooked Inez Clark and Edith hostesses at senior c~tizens. Inez Clark was guest Mclntyre Wednesda, day Bridge Club. Kelly Griffeth took part i: track meet at Wichita first in the discus and sixth ira Those attending the events and Mrs Robbin Griffeth Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hartsei, Jewell, Rick ily, Conc ordia, Mr. and Baxa and family and Omaha, Neb. Dane and Jenny Baxa. and Julie Hartsei, Concordi their grandmother, Mark and Tammy were up for the alumni were guests of Marj City of utility report Connects: J( High. One pig knows another. He who digs a pit for into it himself. ._~ When you the hind leg, away, it's best to let him run, To settle the estate the following will be sold at the following times and places Saturday, June I0 2000saletbe'cated'rmau'deRck'Neb' Red Cloud, Neb., 7 miles east on Highway 136, 1 3/4 mile east, commenctng at 10 a.m. Real Estate (acreage) Legal Description: Lot 2 in the SE 1/4 of Section 6, Township 1N, Range 9W in Webster County. Nebraska.; General Description: Approximately 10 ac~es of oasture and building site located less than 1 River and Pawnee Lake. HOme consists of older 2 bedrooms with kitchen, bathroom dining room and living room. full basement and small attached porch. Out buildings are to include: two 1 -car c front cattle or horse shad. This property would make greet country living with ~ssibititiss of either few small animals or hunting lodge. Mobile home, rock, grain bin. propane tank will sell separate.; will be paid to possession date based on 1999. 1999 taxes were $142.04. ; Terms of Sale: 25% down day of auction end possession will be given ~n approximately 75 days OR 100% down day full p will be given on June 15.2000. Title insurance will be used and costs split equally between buyers and sellers.; Inspection can be made by contacting Roy Montgomery 257-3115. All announcement day of sale take precedence over any other statements or advertising. All licensees of Montgomery Auction and Realty involved will be agents for and represent the sellers ONLY. Mobile- Home 3 bedroom mobile home, to be moved Tractors, Equipment and Horse-Drawn Equipment and Machinery Allis Chalmers WD45 tractor wide front, snap coupler, good rubber" AUis Chalmers WO tractor, complete, 1935; Twin Draulie Ioadak complete mounted on we45 tractor: 5-foot. 3-point rotary mower: 175-bushel on good gear; Allis Chalmers 7-foot sickle mower: ASs Chalmers snap coupler 2.row lister; ASs Chalmers 3-bottom snap coupler plow: ASs Chalmers 2-bottom pull type plow: #46 square baler, as is; Pull type irrigation ditcher: Ford pickup box trailer: Motorcycle trailer with lights can haul bike or be pulled by bike: Horse-drawn 1 row cultivator; McCormick horse-drawn spreaders; Road drag; Straight disk: Tumble bug,, A few other pieces. Mowers, Tools, Livestock Equipment, Miscellaneous Zeeter 308 riding lawn mower with new 12.5 hp motor, looks good; 3 push motors: Small tooi box on rollers Wheel barrow: Sears space heater: Lincoln 225 compressor, like new; Century battery charger, like new; 16-spoed floor stand drill press: t 4-inch Cutoff saw. in box: Craftsman 6 hp Shop Vac, like new: Hot shot, gn. bypass; Log chains: Sun motor testel 4 steel gates. 10-16 foot; 2 bale feeders; Homeltte 200 gas weed eater; 1,200 bushel grain bin, to be moved; Approxtmately 40 p~eoas 3 and 5.inch irrigation pipe and fittings; Hydraulic control valves: E stock tank; (2) 100 pound propane bottles; Air bubble; 3-point draw'oar: 500-gallon propane tank: LP tank heater; (2) 20 pound propane bottles: 10-gallon aluminum roofing; Elevator feed bunk; Hy cylinders; Tow rope, new: Semi load of white rock: Aluminum extension ladder and step ladders: 3 electric fencers and equipment; (20] 14-inch cutoff saw blades, new; Chicken equipment: Sheets of tin: and stand; 1-2 trailer loads of tools include: ek~:tric drills, saws, grinder, riveters, taps and d~es, socket sets, hammers, rakes, shovels and many more. There are several new tools never used. Household and Coliectibles Frigidaire etectf cook range, nice; Kelvinator Cros~ top refrigerator/freezer; Kenmore clothes washer; Hoover apartment size dryer; Ho~o~nt dishwasher: Coronado chest type freezer: 2-drawer file cabinet stoves; Coleman heater; Lawn chairs; Primitive wood work bench; Pots, pans, dishes and trailer load of related items: Garden cultivator: Pedal grinder with cast iron seat: Wood carpenter tOOl boxes; Old wood Lard press; Wooden ice box, complete; Upper part of kitchen cupboard: David Bradley chain saw: Cream seoarater; Children's wagon; 10-gation Western crock with fruit'. Anvil: 6-gallon Western crook with leaf: Lots jars, some green; 2 big round wash tubs; Pnmitive benches and stools: 4-gallon crock; 5 legged oak table; Wooden clothes dryer; Rote-Egg washer; Egg basket: Wood egg crates; Victor VV-X1 cabinet equipment; Kimball piano; Phiico radio cabinet, old; Aidine radio cabinet; 3 hump back trunks; Complete set of Louis L'amour hard back books: Several items not mentioned. commencing et 12:30 p.m. INSPECTION WILL BE DAY OF SALE Sunday, June l l, 2000 Sale to be held in the Vet's Hall, located on Main street in Guide RoCl(-BEGiNNiNG AT 10A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE Guns, Hunting Equipment and Related We will begin the auction Sunday on these Item=. Plea=) be prompL Buyers must be a realdent of the state of Nebraska, 18 yeara of age for handgun= and hold a handgun permit, and be willing to sign federal flrearma transaction form& Some firearma appear never to have been fired, so use LOT 1: Mossberg 183-D-A 410 bolt action shotgun; LOT 2: Remington model 572 22L pump rifle; LOT 3: Browning lever action 22 rifle; LOT 4: Remington 22/250 model, 788 with scope dflei lever action rifle: LOT 6: Sturm Ruger Bearcat 22 pistol: LOT 7: Smith and Wesson 22L rifle CTG pistol; LOT 8: Derringer (Davis tndustrlesl double barrel 22 pistol; LOT 9: Colt (Detective special) 38 cal. Black Diamond 38 special pistol; LOT 11: Colt Trooper Mark it1357 meg. pistol; LOT 12: Colt Python 357 meg. pistol: LOT 13: Ruger Security 6 stainless steel 357 meg. pistol: LOT 14: Ruger Red Hawk stainleSs meg. Oistol: LOT 15: H&R 732 32SNWL pistol: LOT 16: Thompson Center Arms 223 revolver 14-inch; LOT 17: Smith and Wesson 39-2 (gram) auto; LOT 18: Smith and Wesson 39-2 (9ram) auto: LOT 469 (emm) 3 l/2-ioch barrel automatic; LOT 20: U.S. Revolver Co. eel 32 cat. automate; LOTS 21 AND 22:2 Derringer's in velvet tined wood case. Lot 21: Chrome ivory handle 22 cal. serial numb~ B825 20: Lot' walnut handle 22 cal. serial number 882519; James Bowie knife; Lot= of shell casings; Arkansas "toothpick" knife; Korium "Black Forest" knife; Don Hume Hollister belt and bullet clip; Bushnell 2 Weaver 4 power scope; Bullet molds; 2 aluminum gun carrying cases; Pacif case trimmer, new; Powder measure; RCBS 357 dies. Pacif reloading dies; Gun grips; Leather gun sheaths: Lee hand loader pistol holders; Rces 32 S&W loading dies: Lots of ammunition to tPck.~le 22LR, 223, 357, 38 special 9 ram, 32 S&W. 22-250, 12-20-t 40 shotgun and more to be found. Musical Instruments & Sound Equipment (Possible Collectibles) Gibson "Chat Atkins" electric guitar, patent #D-169120. serial #' 80939612. locking case: Antonius Stradivous Cremencuen =Old Bull Model" violin, (Facicont Anne 1716) with case: Joseph Guarneriusfecit 1724) violin in case. very old; Ant ions Stredurius concert violin in case; Gibson Epiphone guitar: Washburn EO 300 6-string guitar; Several otherguitars including Kent, Venture, Conrad, Kimberly, banjo; Collegiate silver comet in case: Win. H. Studdins clarinet in case: B undy trombone irrcase; Yamaha 6W50 guitar performance effeCtor: Yamaha QY 10 music sequencer; Yamaha MDF 2 data filer; Ringer yoke tester; Peary MP-4 mixing amp.; VestaFire multi-track recorder, new: Realistic stereo mixing console: Suzuki RPM-40 rhythm module: Roland foot controller; Kodak Photo enlarger: Boss TU-t 2 tuner; mod~ G-40C speaker; Began amp.; Kustom speaker: Coheir color generator; Denon amplifier; Arion equalizer: B&K model 415 sweep marker generator; Yamaha multi-track cassette recorder; sound recorder: Reaistic mini television; Beltone picture tester; Knight tester; Christy model A2 electronic tester', Several micr~hones; Cricket circuit tester; Conair #224 tube tester; Several microphone stands; Lots end adaptors; LOts of music and albums, some from walbknown artists and musicals: Several other musical items net listed. JIm'a love for music ie ahown in the amount end klnda lea late opportunity to buy item of high caliber and oleel. Plan to attend and m for yourself. Pickups, Car, 3-Wheeler ITo, ,at x mately3p.m.I 1997 Chevrdet S-10 pickup, power steering, power brakes, air. tilt. 4-cylindar, 5-speed manual transmission, 26,561 actua~ one owner m,les: 1987 Chevrolet S-10 pickup, power steering, power brakes, 4-cylinder, I speed manual transmission, with tol~er. 85.754 actual one owner miles; t 980 Chevrolet Chevette cat. runs; 1984 Honda 200 BIG RE0 3-wheeler; t 990 Honda 3-wheeler: 5x8 bed trailer. GUIDE ROCK, NE. Assisting Auctioneers: Andy & Scot Montgomery, Nell Bouray and Dale Betas TERMS OF SALE: Cash or good check day of auc~0n. Proper ID to receive bidder's numbers. Nothing removed until settled fu. Merchandise at bidder's bid off. All items ~ll sell with =AS IS' "WHERE IS" warranty. Property owners and auction staff not responsible for accidents, theft or injury of auction take prance over any other statements or advertising, JAMES GIGER ESTAT Home 402-257-2335. Fax