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$1B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ThurSday, June 9. 2016 Northbranch By ~a'ma Dil],m Word w~ recci red Ihis week of the death of Laura (Walden} McNichols, In Iheearly [95.0s. herparents werethe pastors at the Church of the Nozare~ m Burr Oak. She ~adua~ed F~Jm BOHS in ]952and marriedRoger McNiehols, [n recent years, she lived with her son. Roger, Jr in Oklahoma,elon to where her sist~. Shirley. lives, She~ and Fxl Beam have moved into their new house, although they still have some mish work to do yet, They areenjoying it very much.We.as neighbors, have had fan watching this house inthe makin$ for severst months. h wi~.l ~place the older hou ~ they've lived in -- the place where Nolin and l ~ma Hajny I/red before lh~y moved to Smith Center several years ago. A few may also ~member Lloyd and Clara Dillon, who many years ago lived west nfBttrr Oak before moving to Idaho, Annabelle Grubbs received word Sunday that Clara died, I was going to tell you how th ~ families, plus my sister-in-law, Eilene (Diltonl Parsons, were related, but the cimle got too complicated! Kim Davis, Esbon: Peg Meline, Inavale: leneane Nelssen and Deb McGuim. Red Cloud and Kim Grams, Campbell; all traveled from Grand Is- land to Los Vegas. Nev to compete in a national bowling competition. They have four-member ~eams at nationals, so Peg wag the faithful, cheerleader along with Jeneane's son, A,x~n Botts. of San Diego, who traveled from them to be with his morn, 1[ was held at South Poinre Ca~ino. As of now, the MoGu ire Cunstruetion team that bowls out of Red Cloud w~ in fi~t pbce in their division, The compethion goes throngh July, They did lots of sight~,'ein g ~d walking bes ides bowb ins in the ~eam event and doubles and singles. They went on May 23 and~ came back on M~y 27. A BBQ was held at the home of Alan and Kim Davis on May 29. At- tending were Cad and Peg Meliae. [navale, Blake~ Ann and Selene Davis. and Ed a~d Shem Beam to celebrate Ih Mentona[ Day weekend, Not ~ang agtL Beth Walker was able to round up a crew ~o he'~p her dress 4(I chickens, The lucky crew was Sam. Alyce. Defer k ~nd Jeered Gillett, l'errv and Madene Walkerof Minne- al'art.'is, and. Brett. Lily and Chire Walker. The)' couldn't have asked for a better da~. The weather was cloudy anti c~)t A wt.~ek a~:o Simdav. Beth. Lily. Claire aud Wyatt Walker it~l Ashley. L ind ~a v ~ M aB;~' and .lack Underw~ul at the Rolhng Hills /~,~ 'l hey had a ~a,mderlld time ontLL it ~taneme a~ thinking chat wheat har~est will come early this year. Farmers are busy plant- ing fall crops, paving up hay, and preparing the conlblne and lrucks for tl~ toning ~htat h ~csl. Tl~umday, J~ne 9 ~-0~6 JEWELL COUNTY RECORO 8A By Fawna Barrett Oh. in know bird language. Sunday afternoon, there were nonstop bird tweets rlnglntz from the old cedar tree. What fun it would have been m inter- pret their ,'hwping. About the same time, two large birds, probably vultures, flew so high that onlytheirshadows skimmed across the yaxd alld field, dashing here and there before disappearing. Addi ng to I he u oi.-~ werethe sound~ from a chain s~v, pick up~ gokng I~ and fro, a mower or two and a swather ~.n 1he alfalfa field. On this beautiFJl. breezy day. pe~p~e were taki~,g advan- tage of good weather as they tended to crops and tasks which needed &me. The arnma from the l~ewly innwn hay was delightful as well. Historic U.S. flag flown at Mo mtat Man Rendezvous By Kerma Crouse Saturday round reenactur Gone Barnes orKeats eucamped at II~ Moun. tam Men Rendezvous held on the grounds of the Pawnee Indian Mu- seum Slate H~slorical Site r~ar Repub- lic. Between the canlpsi~e Barnes had organized and the next camp sttnx], a v.'t~ ~ flagpole flying a repiic a of the "SlorSpangled Banner" flag.This flag, with t5 stars and 15 stripes, was the flag orthe United Stales between 1795 and 1818. This was the flag of the Lewis and Clark E~pedilion. Fhgs like il were flying when the mountain men first began ex p]ori~g the Rocky Mounlains. Btlt it was also the flag of Forl McHenry. The flag that had Francis Scott Key's attention in the "'dawn's early ~igbt" when he penned t~ words of the +'Star Spangled Banner '" Ttm first US flag, the "Betsy Ross" flag, had a star ~trd a stripe tbr each ~t tim 13 original state The sta.~ welt in a circle in the bhie field. When Ver- mont and Kentncky became slates, the concepl of a star and stripe for each state was~oatinued. However theeon- figuration of the stars in the field of biue was changed from that ofa circ|e lo the nr~W familiar rows of stars. By the time Missisfippi l'~ea]Ite the 2Oth state in 1818. a s~pe for each state was no longer a viable option, It was decided that the next and future flags would.have 13stripes.Thestripes would represent the 13 original states but addilionally each state wotfld be represented hy a star Today our flag still has 13 stripes, butS0 slats are an'ayed iu the blue field symbolizing the .~} state~ which make up our repuhli . I C-,e~e Barnes, Keals, Kan stands nexl IO a flagpole Hying a"Star Spangled Banner" flag. Thiswas the f~g of the United States from 1795 to 1818. Barnes attended a Mountain Man Rendezvous at the Pawnee Indian Museum Slate Histoncal Pa~k near Republic. Randall Cemetery NOTICE Please remove flowers and containers zohich you wish to keep by June 11-12. Roger Novak 785.527.2626 785-527-1302 cell PUBLIC AUCTION Auction hetd at 1111 Thayer Ave. or the north end of Main Street and Hwy 8 in Chester, Nebraska Saturday, June 11 Starting at 10:00 a,m, PICKUP, TRACTOR, MACHINERY, TOOLS AND LAWN EQUIP. 1987 Ford Taurus 4 ~r car, V6, auto all 8010~ mL; 1972 Chevy K5 4x4 Blazer, 350 VB, w Nollhman 7 It, elecl. over hyO-, side to side front blade: AC 5050 diesel tractor, canopy ~00, 3 pC sing4e hyd. 4 .~, w/hi and low, good a~. tires w/AC 400 ~yd. 4 ft. f~nt loader; Bush Hog 310t, 5 #, Rotary mower~ 9x5 ft, all melal utility trailer w/flip up tailgate, like new; Yard Machines CVT 20 hp, 46 in. riding lawn mOwer Torn and Murray 3 hp push 21in. lawn mowers; Tom elect, small snow blower: Fimco 25 gal, 2 wheel yard sprayer; push F.-Z rake &5 hp. 2t in,: lawn mower oil chargjer; lawn cad and aarator; 2 lawn spreaders; Ryol~ small front line tiller; Quantum 6 75hp, 23,50 PSI pressore washer; 6 gaL 3 5hp air compresson cordless trimmars; elect, chain saw; 2 Crafts- man 10 drawer metal loot cabinets on rollers and stackons; Cra~sman 9 in, Table saw w/stand; 12 gal. 5 hp. shop vac; in0ustrial shop vac,; 9as transfer pump; DewaLl 4 I/2 in, angte grinder and cordless ~dll 18v; wheel barrow', belt sander: miler box; open and box wrenches up lo ! 1/4in,; crescenl wrenChes; 2- 1/2 in. irr=pav;l wrenches; hammers; 7 sets 3/8 and 1/4 in. sockets; 108 piece tool kil; screw drivers; vise grips', crow bats; driKs and bils: pliers: C cbmps: hand paint sprayers; heaw bench w/Sin, vise and 6 in. grindel; 20 fir aJum. extension ladder; 20 It, tow ~ope; 7 log chains; ball hitches; creeper; |tap stmpsl all kinds oil; air graase 9on: lubs grease: nit filters; extension c~r~s; 10 [1. updght peg boar~ shelving; mop and ~ucket; boxes screws; sl~:>p brooms; tree saw', levets: elect, fan; g~rden hose', car jacks; table foil fishing tackles, lures, fishing boxes and poles HOUSEHOLD AND AN'i'IQUES Housell~ld: Kelvinator and Haier nine chest freezers; round kitchen table and 4 chabs; dining table and 6 chairs; 2 like new rusl color rocker rac~iners; 9reen stuffed chair; wood poker table', Dura Flame e~ect, healer: Lile Smart e,tect, rife-place; metal po~ch swing; 16 Samso~ite tolcling chairs; 8 ft. 1aiding table; elect, treadmill; VHS playe~; c~dless edect, knife; a~l kinds elect, kitchen appliances; Char Bm(I turkey h'yer; Master Forge large smoker', Igloo 3 canines', lawn chairs; bakewa~e: hanging lamp: fruit iars: gas and olher BBQ grills; pet carrier; Antiques: 5x10 ft. Persian tug; Zenith tabletop wood radio; Packard baltery cal~ display 1i~ sign'~ l~n Hasting filter.sign; 9 toy Sinclair, Coastal and other fuel trucks; Roar Gilmore 22 in. glass globe toy hand gas pump; 10 other small toy gas pumps: 4 toy cast horse and wagons and fire wagon', Toy barn; duck collection; toy Din- mond 1~n ca~; Derby roacl maps; 24 Churchill Downs, fancy car an0 ~lher wh~;key decanters; 7 toy trucks; 2 kids runner sleds; oentenrba~ plates; Western 6 gal. leaf crock: 3 gal Ruckels crock; foote l glasses and o~er. GUNS AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT Guns: Savage Fo)~ Mad. BBE Series 8H 20 go. side by side shotgun; Investa~m made in Italy 20 go, 3 in. over and under shotgun; Slovens Mad 311 Series H 12go, 3 in. si~re by side shotgun; Coast to Coast Mad, CC880 Master Man 12 ga. pump ~10 shotgun: JC Higgins 410 ga. 3 ~n. bolt action,~/ngle shot shotgun; wood glass door 8 gun 2 drawer cabinet; 8 boxes 12 go, and 4 b~es 20go. shotgun Shell~; 2 Bu~nell binoculars Office Equip,: 2 nice metal o~-g~e de~s; r<~ller swivel office chairs; office supplies: Kyocera KM 1820 copier w/base; office slorage co~partmenl; wood computer desk; 6x5 ft. metal otliee storage unit; 2 metal 4x6 ft, office shelves w/doors; 5 metal 4 drawer file cabinels; 3 metal shelving; ceiling fan; metal key eabir',et; time clock Lu-m;h on Groonde T~rma CM.h or Chock: Notlhlng fern, trod until 1,allied ~r Not Re~por~Ib,~ for Acdd~mrl~ FOOTE SERVICE AND CHARLES KLEVELAND ESTATE 308-234-3770 AUCTIONEERS: NOVAK BROS. & GIEBER Web Site: ww.ncken.com/novakbrosgieberauctiorV Les No~ak Butch Gieber Troy Novak Clerk: Scott Clerking. 7&,tF987-S588 785-7L:~.-3831 78 ~,987'-,~7~ Belleville, K, an.