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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, October 6, 2016 , De, Jeff, Justin and Kim Armstrong, She met Clinton Calvin Oliver and Award and the 2003 Governors Hu- THANKYOUtotheBrodstoneHospi- allofRed Cloud. they married Jan. 21, 1950. They manities Book Award• Milton pub- in the North Central Christian Choir. Bob and Warren Long; brothers-in- tal doctors and nursing staff for the Her funeral was held Wednesday .at moved to a farm west of Hebron• She iished the quintessential book, Ozarks She enjoyed crocheting and quilting, law, Dean, Raymond andTed Atwood, thoughtful care I received while a the First United Methodtst Claurcn m was employed at the Thayer County LandandLife, along with several other Shehadmadequiltsforall herchildren Earl Fitzpatrick and Cedric Lammey; patient there. What a wonderful place Red Cloud with the Rev. Warren Extension Office for 37 years until her books and wasin theintroduction class and grandchildren. Nola Bess loved sisters-in-law, Edith Palmer, Betty and "Phone 402-879-3291 or when you are feeling bad. Shirley Scheming officiating. Interment was retirement on Nov. 1, 1993. 2009. He traveled the world giving her children and especially her grand- Donna Atwood. 785-378-3191 or cometo Swanson 36-40-1p in the Guide Rock Cemetery• Will- Norma belonged to the Oregon Trail lectures and attending meetings in his children. Nothing could put a bigger Her funeral was held at 10:30 a•m•, 148 E. Third in Superior or iams Funeral Home of Red Cloud was Riders Saddle Club and served as the field.Miltonenjoyedtraveling, attend- smile on her face than when she was Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, at All Faiths t... ,..,~.....~ ....... in the .....in cnarge ot the arrangements, club secretary and treasurer; helped ing classic car shows, he owned sev- holding a grandbaby or great Funeral Chapel, Smith Center, Kan., 111 E. Main in Mankato to .... ,,,,.a.,, .............., " ___ wire .............. annual norse snows, clue nsn eral himself. He also enjoyed manag- grandbaby, with Pastor Dave Hardy officiating. place your ad. n!tyfortheiroverall,supportsn.own us Ron Dillon fries, Christmas parties, saddle club ing several properties with his wife. NolaBessissurvivedbyherdaugh- Burial was in the Odessa Cemetery, after thetoss or our levee one lnanKs • • • ....... " • .- Ronald Charles (Ron~ Dill,~- "79 dances, and many overnight trail rides Milton was a family man who dearly ter, Judy (Tom) McNulty, Lawrence, rural Jewell County, Kan. Memorials topastor ureen rorme service, vmns • " ..................... loved his wife, children, grandchil- Kan.;foursons, DuaneAtwood, Leba- may be directed to the Nola Bess A~~-al- o.u""" v,=y~,o......... ...:,T="'~nk y"OU to eve",on"~,y ~ of Belton,. Me•, died Sunday. His fu- unul group alsoanflefl in zouo. '^-.=- .......... memorial donafi"-'~neral wall be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Norma was a member of Rebekah- dren, and great grandchildren, non, Kan., David (Jeri) Atwood, Atwood Memorial Fund online at ity commercial, suburban and farm ,v,t-~u~,,=,v=o ,v,o, . . ~. .... .~.,, ~,..,~ ~rran,,,~m,~,,~ ..... Oct• 15atSouthHavenBaptistChurch, Mason Lodge, a Nuckolls County Ex- Preceding him in death are his par- Lawrence, Kan., Roy (Rhonda) www.allfaithsfuneralchapel.com, pd. structures since 1969. Custom de- ,,,,.=.,,,,,,,, ,y,=,..= s.~ ....... y,,,-Belton, Me tension Club and the courthouse ents, stepfather, daughter Dale Von Atwood, Downs, Kan., Max (Melissa) sign. Financing available. Designyour pamy cares, vmlts ane prayers we • , ...... building at www.AstroBuildings.corn/ grnAtly nppreciate the work oi the Ron was born Sept•7, 1944, on a , crew• She enjoyedgardenlng and Behren, three brothers Lyle, Mike and Atwood, Littleton, Colo.; two broth- women or WI"LL~/A for me luncneon. • •" He is survived by his wife, Emma, ter, Kan•, John (Michelle) Long, ,..~....,~v...v... v ..... - CN. Call 800-822-7876 today• 16~..,.....,., ...... ,~.,.,t,=" .......... to the staff at Th .... r withfarm anearbachelorBUrr ofOakscienceHe graduateddegree in nerseveralnOrses,flogs.KOCKet anfl roco as weu as Dick Rafferty. ers, Bill (Dorothy) Long, Smith Cen- l~t~thl~l'|nTt ~" Itrlnl'~r ,~v ............. y ..... ded i of 60 years, son, Ron Rafferty, son in- Belvue, Kan•; two brothers-in-law, IFIIQall; up a4 percent r .nnnfu M ,alth . ervices r, ho, o, mus]ceducaUonfromFriendsUmver- Norma was prece n death by : ..... ~ '-'"-':- " -- '--""Y~"" sit" Wichita, Kan and tau"ht K 12 her parents; her husband, Clinton law, Rich Von Behren, two grandchil- WalterAtwood, Jacksonville, Fla.,Jack f~'olll last --ear Hescue ~ervtces, t~yron tlrst He- :' . 6 - . • dren, Erich and Adrienne Von Behren, Palmer, N.C.; six sisters-in-law, J' s'-onders Parkv ew Nurs n" Home vocal and instrumental music for five Ohver, on June 1, 1994; and a sister ~" ' , ~ ar • • • Evelyn, on Oct 13, 1974 Survivors three great-grandchildren, Silas, Vir- Audrey Atwood, Lebanon, Kan., Ann Winter wheat production is esti- age 78,000, light tan. Call 402-879- and Aseracare Hosotce for their ex- ye s. Upon moving to Kansas City m ..... : ....... "- " ginia and Chloe Von Behren and a host Wales, Smith Center, Ken•, Marlene mated at 70•7 million bushels, up 54 451!or402-224-0133. 22-40-2pv,~.c-elentcare'l°veancldev°ti°n'Thankand God bless Ruby Enners" before1971'hew°rkedf°rthreemusicstor¢Sgomg to work for Wells Fargo. ]ncmae ner nromer, wnn~a Her.gott, of family and friends. Long, Downs, Kan., Sharlyn Long, percentfromlastyear,accordLqgtothe ;--'- . . vn . • OI l-lenron anfl nls sons anfl iamnles. • • Her funeral was held Monda atA visitation will be held Thursday, Lebanon, Kan., Floy Lammey, Pratt, USDA's National Agricultural Statis- K,m and .Innnt Enners Famdv" Oon HeworkedforUMBBankfor20vears, Y a'nd Eriea"Eggers°~amily; Todd and retiring in 2005. He was a life member .Price Funeral Home, Hebron, wi~ Fa- Oct. 6, 2016, from I p.m.to2 p.m. with Kan., Ethel Fitzpatrick, Newton, Kan.; tics Service. The area harvested for of the mer Kufly u oorny omctaung chapel services at 2 p.m. at Klingner- I I grandchildren, Katie (John) grain totaled 1.31 million acres, up Patricia E-,,ers family 36-40-1c National Rifle Association, a Superior, Nob. Would carry on con- " ast re i • . Inurnment was in the Sacred Heart Cope Family Funeral Home at White Peterson, Michael (Rachel) McNulty, eight percent from 2015. Planted acre- p p s dentoftheWaldoLlonsClub• Chapel, 5234 W. State Hwy EE (Divi- Justin (SaraSteenson)Atwood, Wendy age totaled 1.37 million, down eight tractforqualifiedperson.Centralheat member of Leawood Baptist for 39 Cemetery, Hebron. sion). Burial will follow in White (Wes) Woemer, T.J. (Judy) Atwood, percentfromayearearlier.Theyieldis and air, three bedrooms• Ideal for ~'11~ &.~.a ,.~ ~ ,-~a-~ years and current member of South lllA'a~,~r .~ll~ellell~llr single or couple• 308-650-9558, 308- Chapel Memorial Gardens. Charily Atwood, Kale Atwood, arecordhigh54bushelsperacre, up16 546-2618. 24-34-ffc Ik=~Ullkl"l-a-JLlll~ Haven Baptist. "'~'Y ~"==~'=~== In lieu offlowers, donations can be Michaela Simmelink, Jeremy bushels from last year and up five He is survived by his wife of 48 Mary E. Shadduck, 76, of Scandia, made in Milton's honor to the Milton Simmelink, Brandon Atwood, Greg bushels per acre from the previous T~,,lh,, &,..,,~,=,e~..,~a ears, Janna •ce ;asonJamesDillon; died on Sept 20 at her home She was ==,~v y (Pri) " • D. Rafferty Scholarship fund at Mis- Atwood; 10 great-grandchildren, Tim high set in 2014. ,t~act ar]ut aJu~ ,,~ grandson, Coney; brother John Dillon; born Oct. 20, 1939. souri State University or the American Atwood,Grant Atwood, Eric Peterson, Oat production is estimated at 1.50 Isla June Armstrong, 94, the daugh- and a sister. Jovce Dillon McNichols Mary received her education in the Heart Association. pd. Anna Peterson, Dahlton Logemann, million bushels, down 44 percent from landowners.Rollyournewhomeand ter of Henry and Erma (Kaufman)~ ~ --~, ~--__ " public schools. She was united in mar- Brooks was born July 8, 1922 on a ]['(OOel'~ jl.~e~rl.~ land improvements into one pack- . ridge to Richard E. Shadduckon Nov. Wren Woerner, Wheaten Woerner,2015. Area harvested for grain, at l~/n|~= 1R~=~=~= Al'urn~tl Winston Woemer Kadon Woerner 25,000 acres, is down 38 percent from WebsterCountyfarm, three m|les south 10 1982 M age. Discount national pricing on . . Robert L. Lewis, 71, of Tecumseh, , . dry worked at Republic ................. .~ ..... . • ' last year Planted acreage totaled , • her. Average ~eld ~s 60 bushels per ~~: ~ ,; ~ '~ mg msulauon ~L;I~i[~i~ ~ and one half mile east of Grade toy man or ant fencedmbackyard Mustseet P'~glk~,l, lt,,tH Nola Bess Atwood, 88, died Men Lonn woemer an(] numerous meces, AnniversaryBreeze II doublewidesinglewide.andTrade.insOUr 60th Rock She- died Sunday at Heri-" died..Sept;:, 12 ........... at the Auburn Good Sa- County Hospital, Belleville, from 1980 . - . :; ........ '- - -ne,,hews and friends 135,000, unchanged from a year ear- . , mantan t enter, tie was oorn March to ivvv. flay, ~ept. zo zuto, at (..iolflen Living v .... ta e Care Center m Red Cloud welcome. 866-858-6862 25 g .... • . 10, 1945, to Margaret (Montey) and Mary was preceded in death by her c~,,,, n ...... v,, She was preceded m death by her . Y ........ , - acre, flown seven ousnels rrom zoJ3 June attended District 40 country r:a~r,t I~=,,;~ ,, i .... ;nr - narents and hushand Ric~hard "~"S'he' was;om';uiy 30, 1928, in a parents; husband, Marion; brothers, school and then graduated from Guide Rah,=rt ,xne ,,nlt~.d in rnarriao,~= with Shadduck She IS survwed bv famdv rock house built by her great-grandpa __ _ . ' • . = ..v v,.. ¢~ ,.== • .... j ........ .i Rock High School w.h the Class of *" ......................... .Lincotn ownsh pinSm.hCounty, I IK nea¢ I aal For ale ........ Delons A Behrens on Sept 2, 1972, at members and many friends. 1939 After mgn scnooi grafluat|on " " • . .... " the Blessed Sacrament Church in Lin- Funeral was held last Monday at Kan.,alongtheBuckCreek.NolaBess [ ~ ~,~ =~.~,4,~, • ,~v~,~= .~v~.~v tion Clinic (fer ages two-months to 18 June tauglat country scnoo~ at District 4 • " years) will be held the second ....... coin. He was a member of St. Pauhnus Washington Cemetery, rural Repub- is the daughter of Jay William and [ Majestic 3-story 6 PRICE REDUCED toY two years wnere ner oromer anfl Wednesday at the Brodstone Memo- ' - 1 o tau ht Catholic Church in Syracuse. He also !ic,conductedby. PastorDarrellHerde. MaymeMargaret(Cunningham)Long. I bedroom home :~(][lU~x..~.~i~,~ i rial Hospital Specialty Clinic. Usethe Slsterals " g"'~ ..... in was a member of the Knights of Co- interment was ~n Washington t.:em- On March 5,1950, she married Marion _ ~ ready to be fln shed ~: ll~llll..~= ~i ChurchsouthofLebanon.Tothisunion lilr'~:rS~'~l !o0f..wm.do.ws. w,~ un June l, lv,+l,June was unlteu ler Milton Raffert north entrance for the Superior Fam- Omr : ily Medical Center, Superior, Nob., ~ua~.diea~ot~ DT%an EionArwmSstrl~ngs:~ lUmHb:~sa~drOb~el~;fSt~vBifen~tris ;eelrlYe~l;C?ewma~ SnUrbc~rF:ner~lH R. Atwood at Oak Creek Christian ~/~ as you.desire, Newi~ ~1 . . " ...... Lewis of Tecumseh; sons" Edward rangements, they were b essed with five children ~~~:~:~.~ ': .. ' ~/~ from 2-4 p.m. Bring immunization withthebtrthormreecn|mren, oneson Lewis of Norfolk David l_~wis of Judy, Duane, David, Roy and Max. [ ~~~il ~nr°h~a~t~rrnas~Sngyai~~! records. A $5 donation per child is and.two daughters, ... ; ...... Cook; daughters Mrs' Nate Chand - She and Marion enjoyed more than 63 I to be instaited. Ready 308 N Commercial, requested. Please call ahead for up- ........ June ann Dean oegan me~r nre to-f bm~tn" ........... u'~ancy) oI AnKeny, iowa, and Milton D. Raft'erty, 83 of Spring- years of marriage together until his I to be your gorgeoushome! Mankato pointment, 402-879-4432 Ext 290. ~em~r~nc~Sn~aul~a67tt~out~wes~atai Mrs.EricVenteicher(Mary)ofPierce. t'ield, Mo.,diedSaturday,()ct.l,2016. deathon Feb 5,2014 I Br, .............. ~ ............... ~ ....... Sponsored by Brodstone Memorial She attended Green Valley Buck I NEW LISTING,605N High, Mankato Stylistic Shears i!~~ Hospital. 26-41-oamc ~ . " ~ ~.. ,~y - g Also surviving are 10 grandchildren; He was bom Nov. Creek--~l l.h,.m.n Hi,,h ~chn~'l'~rndu- I Beautiful 4 bedroom, two bath large Victorian building in Mankato ii!!~~il~ farm normeast oi Kea L~oua June 24 I , , ; ~, three nephews, other relatives and , 932, toPeter ......... = .... = ......... 1 "72s u r f t .......... was aseamstressanflmaoemostolner ~ ' - and Marth ........................................ ztlnc, w;*" "~ c,~ ..... ~" tn~ I homeoncornerlothasupdatedkdchen.mam,oor w~tn .~ q ae oo :::~lll~gm~ ILH tHe Lla,~b u/ 17~tU '~ia~ htt ...................... ,ant .... I 20x30 shed wraparound porch and landscaped 2,000 sq. ft. upstairs. '~ Westfair-Fairgrounds, CouncilBluffs, daughtoer:ewCl:nt~ hre ae]aSr°s ttaug mel~rfl;ceding him in death were his ( C le m ons ~ -"'~,~'~"~ ]~ ..... n'~,.,~,.,. ~.: .... t..;. I laundry, double car garage heated workshop on main floor and IA, Exit #8 off 1-80. Friday 4-9 pm, mem t Y g parents Rafferty in Otego married life in eastern Smith County, I vard Resto'red stained olass windows and gor- Updates include win- Saturday 9 am-5 pm, Sunday 9 am-3 hergr~ddaughter to sew;. ... The Mass of Christian Burial was Kan. moving from there in 1959 to the I geous woodwork make this unique home a must dows, roof, high-effi- ~ ~l~l pm. Info 563-608-4401, www.marv ~ndl.~.~aetheeYn°°UAlataarn2e~er~n~e~ held Sept. 16 at St. Paulinus Catholic Milton ac- ~~ DentoniaareainwestemJewellCounty [ see[ ciency furnace and L~ krauspromotions.net. 26 Clo.., Y ,J Y . g. ._g ~ Church in Syracuse with interment at qu!red many ~iil~ where she was known as "Pancake I partitionswhichcanbe i::.i! .................... ~,~..~::~:::~ worKed many nours to Keep~te~V:a~ Park Hill Cemetery Fusselman Allen achievements ~~ ....,,,,,~,,,,,.c:~,,'~n,~"~ ,,~,~hResskent ver,,,~.,ive,,,,,..~,:.~. I Cute 2 bedroom, one ~!~'~'{;;;?,~,~ ...... ~ CEO removed if desired lf7NCommercial, free and growmg well. Aftert "eri Harvey Funeral Home in Syracuse was starting with ob- ~~III i,h .......... ;,,,mrou~,houth ..... hole I bath remodeled home ~:~ ~ ~ / Veryn,ce,ntenor! Mankato °fherhusband'J~noen~°~edin~)~ - in charge ofthe arrangements,taining a ............................. I has new windows, new ;~|| ~1 I~ life and accepted the challenges that I fr0ntdeck, centralheat Bl[~ ~ ~ /'~,,,,-,1~1 "#|,,~,~,t, tage of Red Clou Y , ' bachelor'sdegree delivery within 150 miles, tuning, war- June had been a member of the ~v_~-- ,,'~-- .... from K nsas St " : ................... .......... came her way in her many roles of I and air with detached ~ ~[ ~ ~l ~lllll~ ~ I~ li[;I I U /- I I I I I I I I~ I ranty, 3 year 100 percent trade up • l~lUI]II.a. U£1.V~][" a ate whichincludedthatofanofficer, board I single car garage and 417 S Lincoln, Mankato ~= =o~.l.-'Ft,~ Manly Grove Umted Brethren Church .... ......... untvers~ty a member or director "y g "- ] " • guarantee, friendly service. Mid- south of Guide Rock and became aNormariorlneuuver,~v, wasoorn . ~ ' ....... . ,. ............... master'suegreerromtheunlvers,[yo~ ...... .. .,. I ~:~ fi,~ist,nn i~ Heal ~-state America Piano, Manhattan. 1-800- ---mber of the Cowles United Myth- Marcn ~, lv~-/, m ~mxanorla to ~u .............. zations. . within the community and I Charming nome' nas" : ~ .............. • "~ ='~ .... me • Utan anfl later ms PhD from the unl-iiii~s!~itir!!!rr~~i ii! £ ii t [ e~ ;;; ~)~ 950-3774,www.piano4u.com 30 nai~t Church June liked to bake gustandLaura(Star)Hergott.Shed|ed .... ;~..~-Mo~.~ - .. , ...... . . .,.,,,,ty u...,.o.asKa at LinColn. .... pies,oand shared them at different ~are~St Wednesdaytaome, raeoron.at the Blue Valley He.. worked,. ~.. tbr Missouri... State, I lni-_. B . 20 ~*~-~- . ,. verslty [or Jo years and was later in- Both June and Dean helped estab- _r, qonna grew up on a iarm ne~ ductedintoiheMiss-.~i~taie Univ,.r- and was inducted into • I ara e has' new wm 321SComm=rcml' Mankato " " lishtheElmStreetCenterinRedCloud. Alexandria attending, country sc.laool sityWallofFame'l*9~6"~_'~'~96as~,e(~_ Fa rAssociationHallofFamein 1992. Ig g '" .... cards l received for my 90th birthday. She ~s preceded in death by ~r. tnmhmgrna~C?O~n~cne,~efr~nuar~mt~le~eh~ raphy, geology and planning tlepa~t- In 2001 she was recognized as a50 Idows. CH&A. andl0tsofst0rage. Extrasinctude WWW,ZaUCIIOn-palace.com Also, the flowers• phone calls and year active member of KAF_C_E_._N_Qla_ I ~ large co~~and ......... ~- .......... parents, husband Dean on July g ' Y t " .... gifts. Also, thanks to my family for the ' " . nent head. Mtlton umted experts m a I3'ess Was'a dedicated mEmber of Oak I :carpoa.~.~,~,~'. 200?" and dau~,hter Ruth Ann.secretanal courses, she transferred from ..... ' ' = two ears atwine spectrum of suojects and ad dinner and party. Enjoyed it all. God Survivors include her son, Richard Alexandria and attended y vanced to ~fferin s f '" - ~reek Christian ChurCh,' the North I ~b~ more zhformation or to schedule an appointment bless everyone. Esther Wilton g rom 2 to5 under entral Kansas Genealogy Sooety, Armstrong of Red Cloud: a daughter Fairbury High school graduating with . . - , ' I to view these homes, call Deborah Warne :~HU-FCE, 4-H Stuart Ladies Aid. | graduate programs and lnterd,sclph Nola Bess loved to sing, especially Io,, , 785 36-40-1p ~rs Jerrv McGee (Pamela) of Ozark, the Class of 1944. After graduation, " ' • "• "" •- .... • ~ au h of m " in Fai nary graduate programs He also re- 7 o : a s~ster, Darlene Brumb g , Nor a worked m a bank rbury . ,. . , who helped me celebrate my 90th MeciCloud; a brother, John Brooks of and later moved to Denver to work in ce~ved the Kansas State University. ,378-3008 beograpny D~stlngmsned Alumm birthdaybycomingtomyopenhouse, Camron, Me,; and grandchildren, Jay a bank there. -, -.,- --. ' ' sent cards, flowers and telephone calls. God has truly blessed me. 'IC ~ ~1 ~ ~ ~l~ Claris Samsula 36-40-1c ~. and Record Classifieds. They will work • for you. 13 • 5.30 p.m. •~ Residential, Agricultural,r' e, " Auction will be held in the Community Center on the south side of the square in JewelI, Kan. Friday October 14, 2016 Commercial Title InsuranceLove seat; twin bed box springs and mattress; Crosley 15 cu. refrigerator; end table; glider rocker; maple serving -Escrow & aosi, cart; set 4 oak chairs; desk and chair; 3 - night stands; office chair; corner shelf; 12 ft. kitchen cabinet top and Starting promptly at 10 a.m. • it e e, Lien S arch s-^bstr,cts bottom; several cabinets; 2- TV; child's tables; child's chairs; utility cart; copy machine; fax machine; Indian Auction will be held at 506 6th St., Deshler, N E Ideal Title has the Nuckolls County picture; large Indian plant pot; bird plaques; games; patio table; golf clubs; records; granite pans; Corning ware; documents of land patents from mid- 800s rom U.S. pictures; Christmas items; Maxi cord; sewing supplies; rugs; cameras; lamps; quilt frame; step stool; kitchen ANTIQUE FURNITURE CROCKS. PRIMITIVES FURNITURE, APPLIANCES Homesteads to the present, items; moving cart; 20 amp battery charger; yard tools; stepladder; Weed Eater high wheel lawn mower; Pine wainscot cabinet Square oak table AND GLASSWARE AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Green pine cabinet Claw and ball leg table 2 - aluminum step ladders; small assortment hand tools; assortment of other items. Charter2" OIderoakOrnatewoodPresSburnerbaCkstoveChairs 23 .Gal'crockWestembread churnbowts, 131argeGal" Western shoulder jug MaytagGibs°n uprightwasherfreeZerand gas dryer Check our webs/?e for pictures at www. thumme/auction, corn Western Wheel barrel cart 20 Gal. Western crock, good condition Kitchen table and chair set Milward's English needles cabinet Hall tree Blue banded crock lid Red Win9 chamber pot Sanyo flat screen television, 50 in. Oak commode, full serpentine front Ruckels No. 4 and Blue band No. 6 Green roaster and cast iron skillets Title LLC Mrs Hammond and City of Jewell Wooden music cabinet Oak wardrobe 20 - Miscellaneous smaUer crocks Pots, pans, bakeware Coolers • Oak organ stool Oak library table 6 Gal. Western fruit crock 4 - Green crock mugs Several boxes of fruit jars New blankets National Motor Bearing Company cabinet Dazey No. 4 butter chum Wooden whiskey keg Dollies, fancy work, kitchen tea towels, bath 354 N. Commercial o Superior, Neb. Auction Conducted By (metal) Royal Copley Remington 22 cal. wood box towels Large safe, Toggery, Deshler, NEJack in the pulpit vase Amber pitcher Pictures and frames World globe Phone 402-879-4341 RCA Victor, black and white television (1950s) Jade jewelry box Jadite Hickory Shaft golf clubs, Wright and Ditson Dunkin Phyfe style round table LAWN, GARDEN idealtitle@yahoo.comj Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC • 785-738-0067 R/SPrussia, green and blue marks Jenny Lind style bed Ornate floor lamp Moon and Star, red dish Press back painted rocker 20 Qt. cream can, good condition AND TOOLS Mission oak rocker 2 - Porch gliders Large electnfied pure water glass jug 2/wooden crate 2012 John Deem Dl10 John Deere riding lawn Adirondack chairsMetal lawn chair Hoosier sugar jar dispenser mower, 23 hours 19.5 HP, 42 in. cut, like new Waterfall buffet w/matching china Can of buttons 2 - Jardinieres, ornate condition UPERIOR Primitive pine table Old dresser w/mirror Shapleigh Hardware kerosene lanternJohn Deere JS 36 Mowmentum push lawn mower, 4-Drawer oak dresser w/mirror Brass kerosene, Queen Ann No. 2 lantern 9 HP Parlor ceiling fixtures, matching pair Old potato scraper Cast iron corn muffin pan Coleman air compressor Miter saw for Less ~c.,~.n0a~0 Marble base floor larnp Shapleighwashboard Cookie cutters Bstterycharger Electdcsander TOUR & TRAVEL ,= SantaFeRailwaylantem Several bo>~es of fruit jars Old light fixtures 2 - Tap and die sets Floor and bottle jacks Porcelain yard light fixture Oak telephone nnger Baldor bench grinder Old license plates - 1916, 1919, 1930, 1946, 1948 Nelson Rain tractor sprinkler and gardencultivator 4228 Road F ADVERTISING and others Rakes, shovels, spades, forks MAPL, flake wood thermometer Old linens and assorted fancy work Wood chisels, punches and others Hardy, Neb. NO EXTRA CHARGE for: McKeag Standard Service, Deshler, ashtray Dissected rnap of the United States in original box Leaf blowers Vise gnp pliers Iten Biscuit Co. tin Children's records, miscellaneous records and tapes Shop master table sawRouter 402-279-2515 Grinding Hamburger, Sausage or Pork Burgel ~arnon~ Brand Shoethirnble Galvanized rinsetubs Wood stepladders JE Shearer and Sons, Hebron, ice pick US Military hatchet Electric Aladdin lamp Aluminum extension and stepladders Tenderizing Round Steak Carleton Lumber Co. thermorneter Fiesta plates Wooden butter rnold Woodclarnps Gale Sayers official football Pink Depression Blue glassware pieces Car ramps, grease guns, log chains, sledge 800-279-1026 Making Minute Steak ~u~o,~ Koch, John Siebolds, Deshler Light Marbles Religious pictures hammers, pipe wrenches and Power, Co, invoice notepads Life magazines Jewelry-Bible box Brooms Set of socket wrenches superiortandt@gmail.com ~ E Niedemeyer, Cigars and Tobacco, tobacc~ Baseball bats Old books, 19205 plus others Snap on sockets cutter/opener Copper boiler Aluminum Christmas tree Ridged pipe cutter and reamer • We also Double Wrap Meat for longer freezer freshness uoE and Koenke-Peters Brand show button Shiny bright Christmas bulbs Old ribbon Water pliers, pipe wrenches, hammers, levels, hooks 1907 Presidents portrait book crescents, pliers, saws, ect. Su p eri o r S al es, (once in poly freezer film and once in paper) Deshler Roller Mill flour sifter Sinclair, Pennzoil and Interstate 5 gel. cans Many nice old hand tools Fishing poles S e]L'Vi c e, • We will make Lunch Meat from your beef or pork DeshlerholderState Bank, 1929 calendar and match Cream3" Galvinizedcans andrinSesprinklertUbS cansW°°den bushel baskets MinOequipmentnetting, rhino buckets, fishing poles and • All Hams, Bacons and Lunchmeats are made with our prize winning recipes Deshler Mercantile. Co. whisk broom holder FairburyJaycea flag Steding military pins and others Titanic, old book, Flying for France PLUMBING SUPPLIES S a ti s f a ct i o n ! ~'~5-tfc and cooked in ou r country-style Hickory Smokehouse York Dairy milk jar Deshler Vadaty Store ruler GI Business College 1893 book 1920 electric lamp New sump pump Larger sewer cable cleanout O'Kay Store, Phone 86, Deshler, NE Finger lamp Perfections heater Insulators Copper water line, new Red Dot Cigars tin 150 bins of miscellaneous parts and plumbing • Locker Rentals available for overflow 4. struve, Deshler ashtrays supplies • Lard Rendering Baby Ruth gum display, glass See photos and sale Koerwitz and Boyer 5 cent tokens and Koerwitz information on the web • Slaughtering by Appointment a~ Serge 5 cent tokens, several of these Pen and pencil collection @ eltingauction.com AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Bob has made the • We Double Grind all Hamburger Co~e trays and others move to the nursing home. Many unique and unusual smaller items too numerous to men- " Beef and Pork by sides and quarters available from locally fed animals some not yet uncovered. Everything sells TERMS: Cash or good check with proper In. Property is yours when ~d off. All items sold in •AS IS" condition. Description to ~ best of to the highest bidder with no reserve. Make •• Full line of meat available by the package ourabiltiy He ...... th........... ti0neets and printer make no ..... tleseitherexpressadorimplied. The owners and aucl x eers . plans tO attend this unique household full of are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or accidents NO property removed until saltled for, Alt announc~rnente day of sale vintage American a. take precendence over written advertising. HOUSE FOR SALE °' I ( B b) lst floor: Spacious quarters, Facebookl Home Fed Beef Sides.., .................. $2.65 Seller: Verna o Ohlrich kitchen, dining room, living room, Pork Sides ....................................... $1.55 family room, 2 1/2 bath and 3 bedrooms (includes cutting & wrapping) 2nd floor: 2 furnished apartments, S,,e ~ _l~ff~.,~.~d~Oj.~ with deck and separate heating Conducted by.' t.~ 4 car detached garage, • =, L/dr~r./~ I~, ~=,~r./e( J~ underground sprinklers and a yard shed Priced at $75,000 ((~/~lk k Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer & General Certified Appraiser 715 N. Central, Superior, Neb. ~45 North 4th Street, Hebron, Neb. • 402-768-7270 Phone 402-879-4616 ...... 785-243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia ,0,, View this auction on the web at www.eltingauction.com Ilu~t|0nur / ." /