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~ 7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD [/ Classifieds I II Phone 402-879-3291 or I1 ]1 785-378-3191 or come to II II 148 E. Third in Supedor or II II 111 E. Main in Mankato to SATURDAY, OCT. 8, Community Center in Red Cloud, NOb, 9 a.m. Selling 144 lots of clocks. Uve and interact bidding with proxibid, for the Goebel Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9c ,,,,, - . SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 33 N. Walnut St., Red Cloud, Nab., starting at noon. Selling 2011 FI50 pickup, 2002 GMC pickup, JD60 tractor, guns, tools, col- lectibles for the Leo Goebel Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9c Thursday, September 8, 2016 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, North- east Guide Rock, Nab, 9:30 a.m Selling modern ranch house, Morton building on one plus acres land. Also tractors, pickup, car, household and collectibles for the Richard Kimminau Estate Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale 14-34-10c 16-Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: Homegrown tomatoes. Phone 785-875-3951 or 402-879- : 5006. : 16-35-2p Lady Grizzlies await return of volley during the Natoma-Rock Hills match play at Tipton last Tuesday night. Pictured FOR sALE:~/ir~hester gun and of- (from left)are Samantha Fogo, Emilee Whelchel, Bergen Mauerhan and Emma Reined. ricesafes 402.236-8619. 16-2-tfc . ,, rience in all grades of schools; a four of some future .... : :MIL GE for sale from Su- ' " ' l roster,an records the U]soatctt By ard Verhage years special training m a norma events of educational Jewell County, periotPublishingCo Help keep track x school;anenthusiastic, energetic spirit hi-h on the scroll .......... of travel expenses for the I.R.S. Greeters for the worship service an.d ~e ~bielitYo:Oessakef?di~et~n found the name of #:c~r~/~I.rc~clo~t~ 16-38-tip last Sunday were Merle and Rose menus. P .... " thesuperintendentofherschoolsatthe ~ : lama to teach in the school s or r~an- be inn" Nyhoff and Rich Verhage. P .......... g mg of the great Twentieth Cen- May be covered by Medicare. Re- Passa"e Sunda- mornin-was Lam sas aria an mstructor s ceruncate to tury Y - teach in Kansas institutes, he brings to " claimindependenceandmobilitywith entat]ons 4. Theme Sunday morning ., ......... Over-60 entrepreneurs the compact design and long-lasting "'IPn,q t am' " me county supenntenoent somceeau- -a-'e Sunda'" -venin- w N m" r catlonal quahficatlons creditable v mlr|r d bin cvber-bucks battery oflnogen One. Free informa-y e g as u oe s ............ "6 ,r 6"1 8 Theme Sunda" evenin~ was n~mse~ianoessenualtomepropero]s- ..... tion it. Call 800-731-1968 16 ' lae Nazarit V w "y charge of the duties of the office. Ill llll:el'nel: DUS11'Iesses 24 Rea'i Estate .. . .e . o . . ..-. Prof Chilcotthasbeenforyearsan InternetbloggerSaraWilsonseeks Longramiauons to Jana anu uanny . ..... Pfannenstiel on the birth of Adel n acu, ve member of the County Teach- to &sprove the notion that semor cm- ~ .......... Y. ere Association and is at oresent a zensaretechnologicallydeficient, says 16x80 ft.' 3 bedroom, 2 bath, mobile ~ae rest luesoay. ~Jeorge anu ~nern . - .... Eakin are --rand-arents member of ltS executwe commatee, the Association of Mature American home. Two car garage, lots of large H '~'" ~h'p " ~" " .... For several years he has been a mem- Citizens. She reports on a set of over- appy nut nay to , noa t yJevem oak trees, close to school and park. and Jane VanDonoe Au~, 28 ber of the county board of examiners 60 entrepreneurs who are making big MotiVated seller All offers consid ....b ". - and will appoint his own successor cyber-bucks on the Intemet. t appy anniversary to marion ano erOd. Call 402-225-7411 after Melanie Schlatter Se-t 2; Dave and whenhetakeschargeoftheofficenext Gall Bjork, 64, created her online 5:00p.m. 24-36-2p ^__:c^_ ~^_^.~.L___ p " month business, Digicamhelp.com 13 years JUIIIIIIUI 17111 UI.13UI~. ' FOR SALE or rent: 1435 N. Idaho St., Supenor, NOb. Would carry on con- COlUlllty superintendent played the same qualities of leadership that he has shown elsewhere. As a tract for qualified person. Central heat and air, three bedrooms. Ideal for Continued from page 1 member of the Lyceum society he was active and effective. After serving as single orcouple. 308-650-9558, 308- known. A man's best endorsement is its president he was chosen as one of 546-2618. 24-34-ffcthe friendship and support of those their representatives in the June de- 25-Mobile Homes who know him best. bate, he was with his colleague win- Mr. Chilcott is a young man whom ning the decision from the Litterati, a LENDERS OFFERING $0 down for success and the advantages of a higher society that seemed invincible in de- land owners. Roll your new home and education has not soiled. Too often the bate. He was also elected president of land improvements into one pack- reverse of this is lamentably true. He the senior class in which he graduated. age. Discount national pricing on has, during all these years, upheld the A young life so eventful and so fruitful Breeze II doublewide and our 60th dignity of labor, whether by brain or of influence for better things is only an Anniversary singlewide. Trade-inS brawn, earnest of what lies in store for us. The welcome. 866-858-6862 25 His vacations have been spent on large sphere of usefulfiess which sur- the farm, where he has applied himself rounds that office, offers the proper 26 Notice with the same indefatigable energy that arena for the exercise of his power as he has shown in all he undertakes, an organizer of new forces and a re- THE NUCKOLLS County Immuniza- Already he has shown his fitness former of old ones. The people of the tion Clinic (for ages two-months to 18 for the office which he was elected, by county regardless of party, expect much years) will be held the second arranging forthe teachers ofthecounty from his administration. They will not Wednesdayat the Brodstone Memo- what will prove to be the strongest be disappointed for when the iron pen rial Hospital Specialty Clinic. Use the institute ever held in the county. He - north entrance for the Supenor Fam- has shown rare discrimination and deep ily Medical Center, Superior, NOb., discernment in the choice of instruc- from 2-4 p.m. Bring immunization tars. Those who have talked with him records. A $5 donation per child is about his plans for the next two years requested. Please call ahead for ap- know that the office will be in the pointment, 402-879-4432 Ext 290. hands of a master school man. His Sponsored by Brodstone Memorial ideals are high and he possesses the Hospital. 26-41-oamc happy faculty of making them practi- cal. To this office he brings wide expe- i i I i See more details at www.wenskerepair.com I1'1 "1 I i Lynh H. WinSl0w, 80, died Aug. 31 at the Smith County Long Term Care in Smith Center. He was a soil conser- vationist. Lynn, the son of Lester and Myrtle (Renken) Winslow, was born in rural Smith County, May 27, 1936 Survivors include his sons, Kevin Winslow, Kansas City, Me., Brian and wife, Denise Winslow, Lebanon; two grandchildren; and a sister, Joyce Kattenberg, Mesa, Adz. Visitation was held at the Simmons- Rentschler Mortuary in Smith Center. His funeral was held at the Lebanon Christian Church. Burial followed in the SweetHome Cemetery, rural Leba- non, Arrangements were made by Simmons-Rentschler Mortuary of S~ith Center. When a student at Emporia he dis- ago and it is still going strong. The site shows visitors, seniors, in particular, how to use digital cameras and other types of technologies. Residential, Agricultural, & Commercial Title Insurance -Escrow & Closing Title & Lien Searches-Abstracts Ideal Title has the Nuckolls County documents of land patents from mid-18OOs from U.S. Homesteads to the present. 3EAL Title LLC 354 N. Commercial Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4341 idealtitle @ yahoo.com Automotive Technicians & Diesel Technicians Call 402-236-8700 (day) or 402-469-4257 APPIIVED IOIDITIIN|I Cedified Seed Wheat Varieties SyWolf Sy Monument , WB Cedar OVerland Everest We are also cleaning wheat Call Joel Maschmann Deshler, Nab. www.agriaffiliates.com Clay Center Farm 151 irrigated acres for sale south of Clay Center, Nebraska Exceptional producer with great soils and water, right on Highway 14. Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 AGR! AFFILIATES, INC. ~U ~h Real Estal Ser~ic~. . . Hartman Farm Auction 15 7 acres of reared CRP,, amber, and grass next to Rosemont in Webster Co. 1PM, September 2016 Blue Hill Community Center Blue Hill, Nebraska Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 www. agriaffiliates, com AGRI AFFILIATES, INC. The New Standard in Size and Strength Now offering Hybrid Buitdings ehgineered for dear spans up to 1_50'. Hybrid buildings offer the best of both worlds, aesthetic value and insulating properties of wood, combined with the strength and size capabitities associated with steel Eight offices serving Kansas 800-447-7436 mortonbui[dings.com IILDING " !%ii!i!!!iil !iii:iii! il/iiiii Rock Hills Zane Colson (1) and Tycen Higer (13) close in to bring down the Wilson Dragon quarterback for a short gain during the Grizzlies opening football game of the season Friday night at Wilson. I " Board Certified Health Care Providers ADA Certified Andy Walker, M.D. Nolan Beavers, M.D. Marilyn Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, A.P.R.N. Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation,Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell County Hospital - Providing a friendly, caring environment Serving our patients and community JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan, 66956 785-378-3511 HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL 8 a.m. - Noon, I - 5 p.m. 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Friday - 8 o.m. - Noon 785-378-3137 ~.9. 16 We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following real estate and personal property located at 101 West 3rd Street, Lawrence, NE Beginning at 6 p.m. o Real Estate will sell first followed by personal property ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF AUCTION TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ADVERTISING Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as the seller's agent in this transaction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson DESCRIPTION: Single story, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, kitchen, utility room. Approximately 1,324 sq. ft., unfinished basement is approxi- mately 988 sq. ft. Central heat and air conditioning,1 car attached garage. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S1/2 of Lot 4 and all of Lots 5 and 6 Block 3 Original Town of Lawrence, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES: 2015 taxes and all prior years to be paid by seller. 2016 taxes will be pro-rated to date of closing. 2015 taxes were in the estimated amou nt of $264.56. TERMS: Immediate possession upon final settlement. Closing to occur within approximately 30-45 days. Purchase of real estate IS NOT contingent upon financing. 20% of sale price earnest deposit req uired on day of auction, balance due in certified funds at closing. Title insurance will be used and the costs will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Ideal Title LLC of Superior, Nebraska will be the escrow agent, escrow fees will be split 50-50 between seller and buyer. To view the house contact Lyle Mertens, 402-984-2505 John Mertens, 402-879-5031 VEHICLE: 2014 Chevrolet pickup, LT 4 door, towhaul package, V6, white in color, 20,834 miles, very clean pickup w/cloth interior, VIN 3GCUKREH6E 6211009 GUN: Colt 45 Centennial Anni- versary Tribute pistol, never been fired, SN 2843797 LAWN MOWER: L 110 automatic hydrostatic John Deere riding mower, 42 in. cutting deck, 149.3 hrs., excellent condition TERMS: 3% BUYER PREMIUM UNLESS PAID WITH CASH OR CHECK with proper I.D. Property ie yours when bid Off, All items sold in "AS IS" description to the best of our ability. However, the owners, a~otionssrs and pnntsr make no warranties, expressed or implied. The owners and auction company are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or accidents. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day of auction take precedence over written advertising. To be sold "As Is" "Where Is" with no warranties expressed or implied. All statements herein are believed to be correct. However, the auctions firm, sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or implied Information obtained from court- house records, government agency offices is believed to be correct. APPLIANCES: Gibson refrigerator; Sharp microwave; Crosley elec- tric stove, newer; Maytag washer and dryer; Haler deep freeze, 3.5 cu. ft.; Another Haler deep freeze, bigger, both work great. ,FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS: Fishing poles and tackle box; limb trimmer; shovel; leaf blower; hedge trimmer; chainsaw, 6 in. bench grinder, bench vise, Diehard battery charger, 12 ft. ladder, miscellaneous tools, old John Deere Operator Manual; 10 x 50 binoculars, extension cords; garden hoses; space heater; Black and Decker 3/8 in. electric drill, new; 42 in. LG flat screen TV, not very old; paper shredder; 8 gallon shop vac; several walkers; office desk; Hoover vaccum cleaner; folding chairs; kitchen table and chairs; silver- ware; plates; pots and pans; Tupperware; electric knife; game cleaning kit; playing cards; watches, some old, some new; old plat and farm books; VCR-DVD player; recliner; La-Z-Boy couch, recliner on both ends; older trunk; several quilts; older cufflinks; Serta boxspring and mattress, new; 2 new roaster ovens; oil lamps. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This s a very clean auction. If you have any questions give one of us a call at (402) 87e-s566 (Nell) or (78S) 648-0226 (Matt). I Seller: Wayne Garrison; Personal Representative Sale conducted by." and :ion Service Matt Decker, Auctioneer and Nell Bouray, Auctioneer Kansas .= (785) 648-0226 (402) 879-5566 Assisting Auctioneers - Gale and Corey Mikkelsen