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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thurs~le, y. June 9~ 2016 Public Notices (First published June 9, 2016 in the lewetl Cmmty Record) Netk~ of Hearing On Pelitiea For l[;'hlal Setllement In the District Court of Jewetl County, Case No. 2014-PR-08 In the Ma~er of the EStale of Dorm G. Topliff, decea ~.d The State of ~msas to all pc*urns concerned: You arc he.by no~if~d Ibm a peti- tmn ~ ~ fik'~d in said coati by Dwight Danicls as executorofthe will and of the estate of Donn G. Topliff, deceased, asking for f'mal settlement of ~d es~te: for settlement and al- low=no= of his account as executor: for approval of all acts and proceedings of such executor, for ~mpensation for him and his attorneys: fora ~termina- t|on of the heirs, devisees ~ legatees of l-be decedent; for assi~c~t o[ asse~ s and pro~:rty of said es~te to ose emitled thereto; and for all other proper relief; and you ate hereby t~ quire~ to fie yoor wriuen defenses thereto on or before July I, 20)6 at lO:l~ &m, of said day, in said tout1, in the City of Ma~knto, Kansas, at which Lime and place said cause wi]] he hen~. Should you fail therein, judgment dec~ will be entered in due oulrsc upon maid l;~lition. Dwight Dank:Is as Ex cutorofthe will and of the estate of Doun G. Topliff, De ca~ L AII~. t: John L. Bingham (Scout) District Magistrate Judge WelTme~'-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankah~, Kansas 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 A~eys for ex~;utor ZNEZ 23-3c [First punished Ju~e 9. 2016 i~ the 3ewetl County Record; Ne4k~ of He'nit In the District Court of Jewell County. Kansas Case No. ZS[6-PR-09 in the Matter of the Estate of Karen Su~ Atlphin, deceased The State of Kansas to all ptrsmlX COl"~:erll~: YOU ~ hep,~-"by noti[itd that a Pt:ti- lion for Admission of Foreign Will to Probate has been fik-~l in this Court by P~bk:ia J. Hogan. an heirof Koran Sue Atlpbin, deoeased, pr~ying ~al the Co,reign wilt of Karcn Suc Allphin, de c&~d, bc admitled to plx3baR and n~:ord in this court', that no administra- tion of this estate is n c,~t-y; that the will be construed: and that the property de~'rihed m thal Petition be assigned in accordance with the terms of the will You are required to file your Wnllen defense~ thereto on or before July 8,201 fi, at t0 '00 a.m. ofsuchday. in such conn. in LEe City of Ma~kato, in Jewell County, Kmlsas. at which time and place such cause will be heard. Should you fail the~in.judgment and d~'re~ will be entered ia due course upon the Petition. Palxicia .f. Hog~ Peli0oatr Harrison Law Office LI~ Jerry L~ Harrison. 7434 PO Box 463 125 Norlh Mill Street B, doit. KS 67420 Phone U85) 738-3639 Pax (78~) 738-3640 Emaih hamsonlaw@~ckcn.~om Attorr~ for Petitioner ZNEZ 23-3c f F&s; l~bliaRed J~me 9. 2016 it; the Jan,ell Cv~n~ Record) Notice of Sale In the District Court of Jewell Coufity, Kan~4L~ Civil Department Federal National Mortgage Asso- ciation, Plaintiff. vs. Michelle M. Thu~ton, el al, Defendants Case No. 15CV3 Court Number: Pursuanl to K.S.A~ Chaffer 60 Uader and by vi~l~c of an Or~r of S~(e issued m me by 1he Clerk of tie Di. rict Court of lowell County, Kan- sas. the umk,-rsigued Sheriffof Jewell Counly. Kansas. ",'ill offer for sale at public a~tion and sell to Ihe highest bidder for cash in hand, at the from of lhe courthouse at Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, on June ,~, 2OI6, at I0:(~) a.m the following real estate: I~ Eleven ill} and Twelve {12). Block Two (2). Original Town~ite in City of Randall/*:well County, Kan- sas commonly known as 304 West 3rd Sureel. Randall, KS 56963 {the "Property") To ~tiffy thejudgmcnl in the above- entitled ca~. 3"he sale is Io be made without appraisement a ,vJ subject to lhe redemp4ion pedod as provided by law, and furthersubject to the ap~va] of the Court. For more information, visit www.Southinw.com Don Jacobs, Sheriff Jewelt County, Kansas Prepared By: S~uthL,aw. P.C Mark Mellor (KS 10255) 245 N. Waco, Suite4t0 Wichita. KS 672O2 316-684-T/33 316-684-7766 (Fax) Atlorncys for Plaintiff (178103) 7-.NEZ 23-3c [Firs~ published June 2. 2016, i~ the .tew~ll County Record.) N041ce of Hearing on Petition for Final Settk'ment In the District Court of @ewell County, K~as Case 201S-PR.32 lathe Matter of Urn Estat~ of Alberta D. GUl~ rher, also known as Alber~ Gusher, ~' a~ed The State of Kansas to all i~rsons concerned: Ymt are hereby notifu:d that a peti- tion has been filed in said COUL~ by Arlena M. Michael as x -utor of the will a-qd of the estate of Alber[a D. Gutscher, also known as Alberta G~tscher~ ~ceastd, asking for fina~ ~cttlement of said estate; for settle- merit and allowance of her account as executor: for approval of all acts and proceedings of such cx cutc~; forcom- pens~tion for her and her alton'~ys; for a determination of the heirs, devisees and kgatees of the decedent; for as. si~ment of the agsetS and property of sak:l estate to those entitled t.hereto; and for all other proper r~licf; and yon arehereby required to file your written defenses tkereto on or before June 24. 2016 at 10:l.~) A.M. of saidday, in said conn, in the City of Mzatkato, Kansas, at which time and place saidcause will he hcaz~l, Should you fail t~rein, jadgmtnt =nddecn~ will beontered in due course upon said petition. Arlena M. Michel as Executor of the will and of the estate of Alberta D. Gutscher, Deceased Attar: Jolm L. Bingham (Sea]) District Magisn'ate Judge Weltmer-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansa.s fff~956-O303 (785) 378--3 L72 Attorneys lm c~e, Culor 7 NF .Z 22-3 Esbon By Ghmny Fego Our town i~ busy. I k,'~w mo~t towns are for Memorial weekend, but E.sbon is .~-tmewhal different as the ~idtnls here live busy the yeat round. For one thing there is always food available. Getting rP ~rly for last week- end were many people. Pal Hajny was filling the whiskey barrels along the st~ e~ with a variety of fl~we~. l~,n and Bath Mizntr put up Lhe Ar~efi- can flag along ntaLn street, Lila Freest was making three dozen eggs told noodles, I'm sure there were many other~ preparing ahead of lime for the weekend buffe~s Mem.onal weekend is a time when we all ~member and honer om loved ones and friends who have gone to their ~emal ~st. but it also is a lime when we rt~ceive relativ~ and old friends who have come home for this special time. Those who come for a class ~union, family reunion.or maybe fl,~ey just came. Thi.~ year I have been ~ivileged to ~ re|atives and special ends I haven't seen f~r some time. Amongthme i will mention are Ron Michael and wife, Jan, Lindsborg. who I don't ~ often, Donna Dean (Baker) Waddle, ~low living in Hastings. Corrine (Underwood) Johnson who brought me a booklet filled with clippi:~gs of my family. So very 1bought f l. Samr~y two Slx~iat people stopped Lo ~ me -- David Miller and wife, Laneta, P~nca City. OkJa. David was at ot,r house a tot his last years of high .~hool. He al~ was a hoasemate of Chug~s at Kansas State. also in semi- nary the same time asChng. David was here fur this 55th high school reuaioa, the 1961 Class of Esbon High, Someone,Dennis and Daphne Man- ning, Joan Bmeckelm an ~ Lila Frost, I believe, came up with the idea of putting a sign ia the site,el ai the j~LnC- lion of Grant and Henry sU~cts thai told everyone where to go to eat during ChrismdS=Cunni~gham and ~, Palxick, Aurora, Colo have purchased what [ ta~l the Baker house from Peters of Ma ine r"]'~Le Cunn = ngh~m men al ieasL are hunter ; and fr.euds of Gary Shipley. In facl this spnng the'.' painted the Shiplcy home. The Cu~nmghamns weft I~king for family coming and the young daugh~r was looking for- ward to ddir~ her bicycle all around THE BIST LAWN IN TOWN Kugk~r ~puny PO lt~g 174B MeCem,k, N.l~atka 69001 ~Pww.k-tow~.com town. The small Amcdcan flags weft placed at the graves of each deceased .service man Salerday morning. Help ing with the project at the Esbon Cem- crazy were Eula Silsby, Roger O~dl~'wood, G,~Lr~ Bartc~rl Gale Bin- gets e.qd John Beam. Ted and Regina Thummel took ca,re of the graves at Catholic decry. John Beam did the at Prairie Home Ctn~efy. Saturday the United Methodist Church bL~ment was where the Esbon High graduating Class of 19~1 ccl- ebraled their 55th annivers&,3 Thc~e attending that were members of the class were loan (Lamb) Broeckelman~ Sharon (Ball) Pack, Irma (Kennedy) Fogo, June (Boy O Callaway, Joan (Rose) Koster, Gayl 0e (Thompson) Holland, BtmJette CaRaway, Glen Baglty, Fred Shook, David Miller, Ivan Frost, John Frosl ~ Clair Sloan. There were 17 in the class when they graduated argl 13 made If~ reunion. Others a~g were spouses, the P~ks" daeghter a~ her husband and other friends of the class members. Staying the weekend with Eldon a~ Delilah Pate was thebr son, Ryan, Curtis, Nab and his sons, Colin and Tice and Ryan's friend. Saturday noon if yen were hmtgry you went to Sam's where tl~eir special was a plate of spaghetti with meat ~uee accompanied by a salad, cherry cheese cake ~d a drink. You could have ha~ breakfast that mocrfiag at the community cemer whe~ thexe were biscui~ and gravy and borne- made mils to go along with your cof- fee Lila and ~thed" Alliance people covered that. Satu~y ni~t.Eu~, Silsby.Bevedy Dwight Frost attended the alumni banqael in Bu.~ Oak. ~la a qd Beverly are lx~ Bun" Oak High grads. Barb Mizner =nd Pare Ha.~ny ptac~ the large Amerk~at flags along main sweet. Pa.m was seen Tu~y taking them down. There is nothing more beauu, ful than our flag as it waves with the wind. Sunday morning was the Lime for church at ~ sbon's two places of wor- ship. The Esbon United Metlu~ist Church gathered with Rod Rose, lay pastor, bringing 111 m~ge, Musi- cians were Janel Kriley and Wanda Th~mm l- Lindsey and Lane Underwood sezved as ushers. The Walker sisters assisted by their mother lit amlextin~ai~bed the candk.s. Guests were Donna W addle, ComJ~ Johnson, .~erry and Trudy Lewis, Maryand Clair Sloan, Terry attd Mazleae Walker, Ed andNevaLowis. Lay Pastor Rod as he talked to the children asked d~em if he looked different with a cap on. Then said weare all tiabletojudge people by the way they took, sometimes mis- judging. Rod read from Luke 7 for scriptures and then brought his mes- sage. which he had titled "I'm nm worthy.how can I have faith.'" Even if we aren't worthy GOd loves us all. Rod related a story of a young ~rl. who might- nol ~ worthy, bm would stil'~ be loved by him. "'Precinus L~rd Take My Hand" Last week I reported that Scott Marihugh had been moved to ~wbroo~ at Gard,'~r. That proved 1o be incorrect ~ Scott was granted a w 'k'sextension at Madonna. He may be moved this week to the Gardner facility, which is aiso a brain trauma caze center, Sunday the Esbon Community Al- liance hosted the rto~n rneal at the commanity center. A large c~wd at- tended the buffet of chicken and uoodles, ham qra~cred steak, pota. toes and gravy with vegetables, Io~s of salads and dessem. Tho ~ seen w~k- ing were Lila Frost, Daphne Manning, Barb Mizner, Mary Sloan,Neva IJ:w b. Sabrina Saltzman, I-Ia]le Mizr~r. Eula Silshy, Beverly Frost. Deanna U~yJ~rwood, with l"helma Beam se~'- ing as cashier. Friday lfrna Fogo went to Smith Centerto p~ck up son S~eve who wanted to be in Esbon for the activities the~ and also ~o attend the Fogo mBaion Sunday. Kelly and Amy Imam and their chil- dren have pur :ha~d what I call the Chandler home from I6nn Schuite. Amy and the children have moved in. Kelly will be here when he finishes up necessary businesg in Colorado. Last Sunday night, Donng Waddle and Coniu Johnson were pare of a f'dani~y g~up that stayed in Mabel's house in Esb~n. L~I weekend, Whitley and Blaine Frost, were entered in a hog show in Smith Center. Delete and Mike Plait, Joke, Lyric and Koha~, Wirhita. Beth Jeffrey, Su- DPerior, were guests of Beverly and wight Frost over file wed0en& Also the W~ Burgess family cameatKI went. I seldom get lo see ~r T~]k m Bono]e Benoit. bet we talked Monday. Bonnie of ~ sees her sons, Doug ar, d Chad. as they live clo~. I:~1 that's not ',he case for her davgh~ers. Bonnie told me she ~x:ently had made flips 1o .~e daughlers Dabble and Nicci mid their famili~ and is looking forwanho soon making a ~pto New YorkCity where she will visit Mic~lle and her family Monday mommg, Eula Silsby was busy asshe saw the Isle of Fla~ were in place at the ~ cemeteries. This k where the large American flags are used. Helping her that morning were Gate Burgess, Wts and Kahle But- gess,Ted at~ Joel Thummel. Jen'y and Trudy L~wis.Roger U adecwood, Gary Barleher and Lyl Silsby. The Prairie Home Cemetery was taken caxe of by Jokn and Mike Beam. Ron Johanek kas vo]unl~.a'~t to be responsible for the large flags on the Avenue of Flags at the Catholic cemetery. A large crowd attended the Memo- rial Day services at ~ cemetery, Pas- tm Gerry Sharp was the speaker. The firing squad and flag bearers were members of Esbons American Legion, Gary Bartcher, Dwight Ff~l. I~lmar Rothchild. Charli Fischer, Rod Broecketmaa, Johnny Beam, Ted Thmmel. Pat Smith and Don F~o. Every four yeass the family nanted Fogo has a reunion. This was their year~ Fiffy-eigh! attended this year's get together at the omm~mity building in Brat Oak. Attending from Esbon were Don, Irma. S~e~ logo and Glenna Fogo, ! was su.rpri~l but pleased thal Brad and Pam Fogo. Shawnee: Belly Fogo, Topeka, Janet Nc~J~. daughter Amanda and Amanda's f~ier, d C~rey ClacL all of Beloit, were there. Mot~lay noon the Altar Society of the Catholic church set up the beffe| folr the public at the commueity t~entcr. They served a huge ci~wd w~th mast beef, ham. creamed pJtames, veg- etables, a large assonmeat of salads anddes~Ks. T~se helping were Belsy Reinert, Judy DonLey. Bonnie Beaoit. l~'lilah Pate, Joan B roeckelman, Ruby Hesting, Barb Johanek, "]'wila Wh lchel. Sherry (Mike Beam), with Thelma Beam ca shier. They also had on display and were ~lling chances ou the hand pieced quilt which features black, grey and white blocks, made hy Delilah Pa~e and quilted by Dorothy Hamman, Smith Center, The &awing for the quilt willbe lair in tl- sumn=r. Ped.Ler~ they wig ] ave an ice cram social and do it then. Siren Ihe cafe has been closed Ibis week everyone worn [O th community center for noon meals, but breakfasL was served Saturday through Wednes- day. Lib and Barb handled the break- fas~s~ The cde reopened Thursday morning. Monday evening the flags were taket~ down and picked up at all cem- eteries~ Helping at thal ~o~ weJm the same as had helped pat them up with the addition of a few extras. Dea.m~a and Lindsey Underwood, Wanda Thummel, Juli . Lcah and Garrett Silsby. Many out of towr~rs we~c seen at various places in IEs~n last ~kend A few of them 1 remember seeing were Harvey and Jaz~e Diehl. Bruce and Margaret Diehl, Valley Centen Corrme Johnson, Omaha: Donna Waddle, Hastings: the We~ Burgess family. Milford, Shannon and Sheila White and boys. Belltvill . Mary L~u and Janet Griffith, Smith Center. Mary Joe arid Jim Arrle~n. Seward: Lorena Pate and Nancy Bargess. Hays; Gladys Kennedy and Vinita Buettenback, Lebanon: Gar~ and Caz~l Garlnan, Burr Oak. DwightFrost helpedthe veterans of the V~3H in Mankato as they did their memorial ~rvices at the monument at courthouse. We Wil/ Be CLOSED Saturday, June 1 1 Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N, Commercial, Mankato, Kan. ~8-3183 O~r area was lbe location ofconsid. arable exc~tetrtent Monday evening. Lawmen were everywhere, some near Wayne Rroeckdman's. Accorditlg to what I was lold, two motorcyclists went ~,uth through Red Cloud at a high speed. La~er, a discarded cycle was found WeSl of the former Kenny Vohoril place. Wednesday Trndy Lewis was in Smith Cemer wlmm ~ken~ her c~usin. Marsha (Cot'r~k). They had a good family catch up of news. Memorial weekend found lone Shipley visiting her daughter, Melva Harvey, and husl~ John in Raytown. Mo. While there she attended a gender ~vealing party for Michael ~ Cindy Harvey. lon 's hroLber. Jay ~, ]ires in Shawrg, e, so Sunday she vis- Red him. She returned home Sunday evening. Last week Chadie Fischer not only entered a golf tounmment in Beloit, hul he came home as the winner. Mike ~'~d Tommy Frost moved into Bill Frost's trailer house in Etbon. This community is proud that T~ket Johar~k was chosen to play in the WC-NI~ 2ndam'mal boys stateline basketball all-star game al R.ock Hills gym ou Satu.r~y. Tucker is the son of lay ?oha:r~k,Esbon. and Pal Johanek, ~le. His Esbon grandparems were the late Kenneth and Karla (Rogers) Jobanek. Ior~ St~ipley mcei~ work Sun- day that her sister-in.law, Della Jmte Anderson, 90. Minneapolis, died. She was the wife of Louis Anderson, the mother of three daughters, sevm gra~- children and seven gzeat-~aack-hil. drea. Della June had suffered with MS for many years. Cremation was chosen so the celebration of life will be at a late~ date. Later that same day lone received word of a death of a cousin. Saturday Irma Fogo was in Smith Center to visit son, Stev,and do some grocery shopping with him, Jo z~d Wayne Broecge|man l~nL to Dodge City to aLt ~ld 1he wedding of their grandson, Spencer Barry. Final resultsof Nebraska Women's SlaLt~ BOv.'[i.~g. going on for ~ve~l weeks, have now been released. The Guaranly Slate team did welt. Irma Thurs(lay, dune 9. 2016 Fogo and Pat AndermJn ~un +'J.rsl pl~:e in doubles. Dee Reed ~ hula Sl[sh) also p|aced ~fftd Dec ~e~ d money for ranking high in all evem~ "'Lord of the Dance." It was a beautiful mornmg ~ *,e ~- one gathered at Esbon United Methtxt- isl Church to worship with Lay Pastor Rod Rosedeli ~ ring the message. Jaact Kri ~ was ~le musician, Lily and Claire Walker assisted by Grandma Al~e Ill and extinguished the altar candtes. Terry and Marlene Walker, Tn~y ~rs.t Jerry Lewis were guests. Alyce tn her spe '~a[ told a StOry o[ r.he relationship of a clay lea cup being formed andd~ realization that God also may say '"not yet" in hk development of oar lives as the crahsmaa did when wmking with 0to tea cup. Daring the children's time Rod talked to the girls about how you know if you are doing right. Roger Underwoo~ and Gate Barge.~ as ushers. Rod rc~ from l Kings 18 and called his sermon "make up your mind," how do we have faith? The Lord my some day give ~ that faith. Pox] along with Pastor Gerry Sharp had both a.eaded part of the atmual conference in Topeka this past week, Conference made no decision on the topic ofsexology.This topic was labled to a later date with a hope that the two factions can come together. Pastor Sharp's father's surgery which was this past week, went well. I don't know what a master gar- dener is. bul I would vote for Ted Thammel to be one, He has raised, and I know because be shared with me. the gtea~st radishes t ~ave ever seen and eaten Perfect rounds, no flaws, sweet. no bite, great. Scott Mafihugh has been moved from the Madonna facility to Meadowhrook tn Gardner, which also sp ciali~ es in brain n'auma conditions. Al~r wading through all of this I think, you probably are ready for a chuckle. You do know what wo~td have happened if it had been three w~ women inst~d of men, don't you? They would have asked fordi~tions. arrived on time, helped deliver the baby, cleaned the stable, made a c~.~- role and brought disposable dialers as THE SUPERrOR EXPRESS 5B gifts. There will be a thm=ff Snnday b~[fet at the Village Care for Father's Day. Cozlmction lnfom~ation race!red for the pic- tree of Marjm~e ituts=] stated That Mar~dewas agraduate of Jewell High Sthoo| Class of 1939. Marjot'ie was a graduate of the Class of 19~|. Man" teeeivea national ttolagehip The National FFA Organization awarded a $ I .iX)0 a~'e] rated genetics scholarshipto Ty ler MarrofRock Hills, High School The schot~hip is spon+ sorod by Accek.rated Genetics as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. Mart pJans to use the funds to pursue a dcgn~ at Kansas Sta~ Univecsity. This scholarship is one of 1,820 awarded through the National FFA OrganiT~ion's scholarship prog]'am this year. Cun-ently I [6 sponsors c0~- eribute morn th~ $2.6 million to sup- port scholarships for studcnL~. For 32 years, scholgtships have been made available through funding se- cured by the National FFA Founda- tion. Thi~ generous funding comes from individuals Imsiaesscs and corporale sponsors Io eacvarage exc llcn~ and enable students to purs~ their cduca- tional goals. The 2016 scholarship n.~tpients were selected from 8,383 applicanL~ from ~o~.s the countyy. Sek.c~ions wcrc based on the applicants' s leader- ship, academic record, FFA and o~r school and community activities, su- pe~ised agricuiLural or work cxl'~ri- once in agdcultsu'a~ education and [u- rare goals. The National FFA Organization lWovides leadership, personal L.zrowLl', and career success training through agricultural education to 629,367 stu. dent ntemlx=rs w~ belong to on~ of 7,757 local Ft:A ckapters throughouL the U.S I~Jerto Rico and the Virgin l l.~lands. wo Modly Dunston, A.P.R.N. Dianne Krorrm,A.P.R.N. Bryon Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute ]npolienl core, Swing beds. OutpoSent care, Pecliotrics, Hospice, Crestvue Coftoge Apodments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Loborotorv. Digital ~adiology. EKG$, CT ScoP~ MRIs. Hotter Monitoring. Stress Fesling, Venous Carotid Doppler 5Tud~ Ecl~cardiogron-~ Annuol Heolth Fo]r Parficipont. Women's Heolth Clinic ond Kon Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitotton Diobefic Educlofi~o, Phys]col ]heropy, Speech Thetopy, (~ .cup<~ono) "lt~rapy Jewell C~Jnly Hospttol - Providing a fder~iy, coring envkonnmnt fmcvtng our pollenl~ God communHy Jewett County RurQI Heolth CLinic ~ Jewell County Hospitol 102 South Center, Monkato, Kan, txb95& ~J 100 Creslvu~, Monkc~o, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 785-.378-3137 ~i I(. mm REIHER ESTATE SALE TWODAYSALE Saturday, June 11, 2016 - 10:30 a.m. SNe/oi~heMat[ann/ocafe#3m/las m~tofRedG~#, Ne& IoRoaffgOOand,~4m~sotb~, IHC 1066 ~ t0~ WF, 3 pl like new 18.4x3~ robber, ca~, ql,~k hit~:~; IHC 350~s mw ep0g. like new 5res. 2~, fasl blt~: Case rH NO 496.20~ landem dLsc, 9 in spac~:j, use~ very I~e; La~ Pn~e 7 fl, 3 pt ~ta~r~e~ like new; 8iso~ NVH 270 9fl .n~r 10~ade,3 pt.: Elslon C.~pher Marble; Kl~Jse 14 ~. ~ plow; IHC No. 550 S-16 sarni rnourd plo~, Western Lar~ Ro~ler~ 3 sect~o~ affalla packer, IHC NO. 92lister, 4 row; NH$ al~ic~t0r; IHC No. 403 combine, no motor;, horse 0~n disc; 3pt bale fork; boom sprayer: 2 section ha~; 1(k,20 carport, to be moved by~ly 1, 2016T Columbian floor rnod~ ddH press; Oxy~oalyle~B torch oulfd w/bottles, rod f~op gdnder on sland; 36 in. aluminum p~ wrench: 36 in, ~ cutters; 3~4 i~. I~ ~ pewer hePzl tools: open box en~ wr~c~s ~ndy rn anjadc, gas engine w/water pun~p; battery char~, to9 chains; exlen~o~ cords; ~r bt, bte; sle-~laclders', use0 implement 5r~; ~od~. shovels, as, s~s, various olher tools: 1-2 Ira~r k~ of farm tools and supplies Sunday, June 12, 2016 - Noon 7#1N. Sattard, RedC/o~. NE- Note: ,~ of Ihese items am veff clean The Rgl'~h" S pu~ good items and look care of them Ran to affend. Be pr~ for 2 au l~0~ d~gs on Sune~yl PICKUP-CAR: 20 5 Bu~k LeSabre Limited, 4 dr 3800 V8 aul0, loaded, on~ owner, 53.300 actual m~s; 20 7 GMC 1500 4WD pickup, standard cab, Ion9 box, V~, aulornaliC, oat owner+ 45100(} actual ~les GUNS: ,4 t~ t~ Ne&'as/~RasMenHoPt~m'/=~-Winchesler Modet 1200.12 go ~mp shotgun: Winchester Mod~ 61, SL- LR, pL.~p, 22 cal. AHTIQUES. COLLECTIBLES MLssion oak ro~l end Ioveseat 90o:i condilk~; maple ornate bedroom set, dresser w~rge ~n~r. highl:~ack full size be~, rid. in veff g0od cm'~lk~; oak cor~xx~ w/t~,el I~r; round oak ladle; Bi~'s eye maple o~-nnxxte; child's highchair, ~mve~ to ~e, okL pine kitchen cupl~ard: ~1 oa~ wardlo~e: walnul~, tab~. orr~le: square oak loire, swirl ~js; 3 drawe~ chest of drawers, spo0n ~; oak spo0n carved pie oapb0ard, 9GOd; Mi~P,~n oak ha~ ll~3r Ufl~108 ~ld 0~; waias obng gjptx~rd:omate wroughl iron bed; metal~c~ bomlseaL 20 lb. anvif: 0~ rnirr~ w/c~z| hook; smog 4 draw~ v~ting labia; gabadze~ 5 tL balh I~, ve~t old: foot wam'~r, St. Charles, MQ; wooden keg; ord racial ~1 Ioc~rs; pitcher pump: Cornerback chaP, wagon wheel table; Beside Red B~te wall picture by J~r~ Blake Burgess No, 2-400; SitJ~r Be~ Hummel; Christmas aKI Mother's Day plate collection; slick horses: p~nted goose eggs; b~adl sewh~ m~t~ine stand w/grate; hen on nest; 1 trailer r<~ad OF painte~ crafte~ ~ by Mrs. Re,her: 2 krau~ culte~ e~amalwa~; dump ~elee~; wash M~s; quitts: fancy woW.; V~lor slyer lr~ ~d; metal cake carrier, washboard; ~iWs sled: clam cans; I-Id~ail pitcher and 4 glasses; milk g~ass punch bowl set;, (x~okbooks- iocalch~ PP, s. dubs, NE 4-H, ~01k~es.seve~ t 940-1950s; Bavaria ueam an~ ~g~c, 4 gallon Red Wi~ ~ k; olher cofle~bk~s and anlk~ues not Ested APPLIANI(;F.~ AND MODERN FURNffURE; 4 pc. pine bedroom set. queen size box spnn9 ~; 10ou~ic 11 chest freezer, Hefl3Jl~ safe w/~ eg pine ~uam end tables, nice; w"~dl~ dtopleaf coffee lab4e:-~d~e~ i~tio sel; melal ~ ~mp: roc~ncj chair, 2 La -Z-Boy chairs; sofa OOUC~T petite bouquet set of 8 china; sn~tl ~1 alliances; linen and bedding: 1 trai~ ~t~l o I h0~sehold items MOWER- SHOP ANO GARDEH TOOLS; John Deem 6x85 riding lawn mowerw/0agg~, Sears C~3r, 10 in radial errn saw; Seats C~ltsrnan 1C in, table smc Campbell Haus[e)d 5 hp air compnL'sSOE, Cr~flsm~ band sa~, Work]'nate bench: Ror kw~ldd[I, shop supples; 2 infrared heatars; W~ s-~ir~', e~"tnc rods; lew hand tools; lawo ~I 1 lraJ~ load o~ =~all items Ft~d~ Country Coter/~ Charles Reiher Estate, Sellers sen, 1141 Highway 78 Guide Rock, Neb. Roy Montgomery, AuctormersReal Estale Br~,er I-~: 402-~T-2335, Cell: 402~7~ Website :,wvw.rnordomeP/a uclk~.c~n Emil: hfo@n~ntogrneryau~on corn Tenet e~ seio: Cem o~ goad d~e~ ~y ol auc~0n, N,~g ~ unSr se~ed f