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Re- ceive maximum value of wdte off for your taxes. Running or notf All condi- tions accepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 844-268-9386. 26 RECENTLY DIAGNOSED with lung cancer and 60+ years old? Call now! You and your family may be entitled to a significant cash award. Call 866- 327-2721 today. Free Consultation. No Risk. 26 Obituaries Joe Doyle Joe L Doyle, 83, the son of Ross and Etha (Carter) Doyle, was born on Aug. 2, 1936, in Santo, Texas. He died Oct. 16, 2019, at the St Francis Medical Center at Grand Island. Joe grew up knowing what poor was. When the family moved to Oklahoma, they stayed in a tent.'They were excited when their second tent had a wooden floor and a potbelly stove in it and thought they had a mansion. Joe's fam- ily moved to Nebraska, where he at- tended school in Hardy and Guide Rock. He started work at an early age. When his family lived in Guide Rock, Joe had a Daper mute. Two guys from the hardware store thought he needed a bike for his route and they helped in financing one for him. He had to pay them a dollar a week. He was proud of his new Schwin bike. Leaving school early, he would hitch hike from Guide Rock to Superior to wash dishes at a cafe. He didn't have to walk much, people were glad to stop and give him a ride. One guy, who also worked in Superior, would wait for him to get done and give him a ride home. On April l, 1956, he was united in marriage to Phyllis Montgomery at the Methodist Church in Superior. This union was blessed with three children. He liked to work in the dirt. He worked constructing the canal from Hardy to Superior. Both he and his dad worked on the Lovewell Lake Dam. He also worked on the Red Willow Dam at McCook, Norton Dam, canals at Cambridge, railroad right of away north of Waconda Lake and Rathun Dam near Centerville, Iowa. year. He worked at the cement plant from 1971 up until its closing. Then buying his own equipment, he started his business, Doyle's Construction. It was a family business, whether you were a son, son-in-law or grandson, you helped Dad by moving equipment or working on it. Joe wasn't a quitter, even after breaking his neck, he still had to try and work. After selling his equipment, he said he had to help the buyer out. It was difficult for him to retire in 2016. Joe was a member of the Church of Christ. He lived in the states of Okla- homa, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and before retiring in Superior. He enjoyed time with his grandchildren, great- grandchildren, going to coffee and vis- iting with his friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Phyllis on March 14, 20 ! 1 ; and his sister, Barbara Gadberry. Survivors include his children, Rebecca "Becky" Behrends and hus- band, Glen, of Courtland; Darrell of Superior, Nebraska and Rhonda Elledge and husband, Steve, of Webber,; four grandchildren: Nicho- las Elledge and wife, Laura of Nelson, Crystal Meyer and husband, Matthew, and Brett Behrends and wife, Leslie, all of Webber; and Kendra Lipker and husband, Derek of Superior; eight great-grandchildren: Nathan, Jasper and Laney Elledge, Brayton and Kaelyn Meyer, Brynley and Bayior Behrends and Logan Lipker; his brothers, James and wife, Miriam, of Guide Rock and Larry and wife, Pnut of Anderson, Mo.; and his sister, Audyne Delka and hus- band, Nell of Roanoke, Texas; nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. His funeral was held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, from the Church of Christ in Superior with Pas- tor Mike Sander officiating. Music was "The Old Rugged Cross," "I Can Only Imagine," and "Walking Over Heaven With You," with Deb and Kate Brown as the vocal- ists. Paula Renz was their accompa- nist. Visitation was held on Sunday. Pallbearers were Nicholas Elledge, Brett Behrends, Matt Meyer, Derek Lipker, Nathan Elledge and Logan Lipker. Honorary pallbearers were Gene Alexander, Jim Mitchell, John Combs, Roy Drapal, Wayne Adams and Bob Ahrens. Interment was in the Webber Cem- etery near Webber. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family which will be distributed to the Nebraska Food Pan- try~ Cross Roads, and the Alpha Chris- tians Home. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of arrange- ments. Florence Elllott Florence Martha Marie Elliott, 98, and his wife, Geri, of Gibbon, and Jim Elliott of Republic; and her daughter, Jody Hoffman and her husband, Bill, of Hays; grandchildren: Brenda Smith, and her husband, Kent, Scott Elliott, Chad Shearer, Laura Gatza and her husband, Brent, Lanae Davis and her husband, Jason, Andrew Shearer and his wife, Amice, Chase Elliott and his wife, Natalie, Jana Hoffman, Jenny Orr and her husband, Roy, Shannon Funk and herhusband, Heath, Natausha Dreher and her husband, Ryan, and Conrad Hoffman; 18 great-grandchil- dren; and four great-great grandchil- dren. Visitation was Oct. 22, at Tibbetts- Fischer Funeral Home in Belleville. Her funeral was at 11 a.m. Oct. 23, at the United Methodist Church in Republic, with Pastor Lance Rundus officiating. Burial was in Lake Cem- etery, rural Republic. Memorials may go to the Republic United Methodist Church, and may be sent in care of the funeral home. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home of Belleville assisted the Elliott family" with these arrangements. Mack Gormly A memorial service for Mack Gormly, 51, of Beloit, will be at 10 a.m. Friday, at the Roberts Family Funeral Home. Mr. Gormly died Sat- urday, Oct. 19, at his home. Survivors include his wife,Kelly, of the home; father, Eugene, of Beioit; son, Cameron, of Beloit; daughter, Kristin, of Beloit; two grandchildren; sisters, Dawn Harmon of Beloit and Mary Gormly of Osawatomie; brother, Larry, of Belle Plaine; and brothers- in-law, Roger VanWey of Hutchinson and Alan VanWey of Clay Center. Jewell Corn Show category winners Food-Canning Amy Rice, Mandarian Oranges, White; Amy Rice, Tomatoes, Red; Amy Rice, Peaches, White; Jim Rice, Sweet Pickle Relish, Grand Champion; Jim Rice Pickles, Blue. Woodworking-Adult Ron Zentz, Woodworking, Yal4~ Robert McCreight, Clock, Blue Champion; Robert McCreight, Shal~r Rack, Red; Robert McCreight, Quilt Rack, Blue; Rovert McCreight, End Table, White; Gerald McAtee, End Table, Red. Painting-Adult Brenda Comett, Acrylic Painting, Five Blue, Three Red, one White; Maria Koops, Barn Quilt, Grand Champion; %my Rice, Barn with Flags, White; Amy Rice, Sunflower, White. Needle Craft-Adult Loin Abram/Stacey Delzeit. Busy Book, Blue. Photography-Adult Lenda Weerner, Grand Champion, Purple, Blue; Jamie Underwood, White, Yellow; Jessie Eilert, Red, Blue. was born on June 2, 1921, to He~y and Rena (sielnman'n)Hoftsl She died on Oct. 17, 2019, at her daughter's home at Hays, Kan. Florence grew up on her parents' farm, and enjoyed doing chores and working around the farm. She attended Morehead Country School, then Re- public High School, graduating in 1940. Following high school, Florence at- tended Kansas Normal Teachers train- ing and taught school near Republic. Florence married Howard Clinton Elliott in Salina, on Oct. 25, 1941. To this union, five children were born; James Clinton, John Glenn, Steven, Howard James, and Jody. Florence and Howard raised their children on the farm. She was an excellent home- maker. She was always making im- provements to the family home, either wall papering, or painting or new car- peting. Florence also enjoyed cooking large meals for her family and hired farm help. Sewing was a hobby that Florence was known for. She enjoyed sewing clothes for her family. Outside of the farm, Florence worked for the Depot Market for more than 20 years, and she participated in missionary work in New Mexico. She was also a member of the HDU, Meth- odist church ladies, and was involved in 4-H. Florence enjoyed bird watch- ing, and time with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Howard; twin infant sons, James Clinton and John Glenn; brother, Glenn Hofts; sisters Lena Banks, Minnie Sankey and Josephine Simms; and great-granddaughter, Emma Drew Shearer. Survivors are sons, Steve Elliott Flowers. Junior Division Jada Eilert, Red, White, Blue, Purple; Jada Eilert, Miniature, Blue; Jada Eilert, Single, Blue; Ashlyn Loomis, Miniature, Red; Avery Loomis, Garden, Red; Avery Loomis, Garden, Blue; Avery Loomis, Single, Red; Avery Loomis, Green, Red; Jada Eilert, Green, Blue; Abbey Schleifer, Miniature, Blue; Abbey Schleifer, Green, Blue; Abbey Schleifer, Rew, White, Blue, Blue. Artistic Design-Adult-Flowers Becky Loomis, Dried Arrangment, Blue; Becky Loomis, Garden Bouquet, Red; Becky Loomis, Red, White, Blue, Red; Becky Loomis, Single, Blue; Becky Loomis, Miniature, Blue; Bille Arasmith, Garden, Purple; Becky Loomis, Green, Blue; Jesie Eilert, Green, Red; Pat Zentz, Miniature, Red; Pat Zentz, Single, Blue; Pat Zentz, Green, Blue; Pat Zentz, Garden, Blue; Pat Zentz, Dried, Blue; pat Zentz, Thursday, October 24, 2019 The champion team of the Sapphire division at the 2019 United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships included Jewell County residents: Colleen Jeffery and Kim Davis. Their Red Cloud team, McGuire Construction of Red Cloud, won the event which took place this past April through June in Wichita at Northrock Lanes. Their team score was 1,875. Members of the team are (from left) Coleen Jeffery, Debra McGuire, Kim Davis and Kim Grams. UPERIOR TOUR & TRAVEL o 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb. 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superiortandt @ gmail.com Superior Sales, Service, Dried, Blue; Pat Zentz, Red, White, Blue, Blue. Horticulture-Flowers-Adult Becky Loomis, Marigold, Blue; Becky Loomis, Mum, Blue; Becky Loomis, Pampus Grass, Blue; Becky Loomis, Maiden Grass, Red; Becky Loomis, Petunia, Blue; Bill Loomis, Mum, Blue; korea Matteson, Bloom- ing Potted Plant, Purple; Becky Cockroft, Mum, Red; Becky Cockroft, Berried Branch, B lue; Becky Cockroft, Kornamental Grass, Blue; Becky Cockroft, Kornamental Grass, Blue; Daryl Cockroft, Jada Eilert, Herbs Pars- ley, Red; Jada Eilert, Succulant-Jade, Red; Jada Eilert, Succulant-Jade, B lue; Jada Eilert, Succulant-Sage, Red; Jada Eilert, Herb Garlic Chilli, Red; Jada Eilert, Herb Oregano, Blue; Amy Arasmith, Snapdragon, Red; Amy Arasmith, Zinnia, Blue; Abbey Schliefer, Red Cedar, Blue; Abbey Schliefer, Snapdragon, Blue; Abbey Schleifer, Live Forever, Red; Abbey Schleifer, Herbs-Lavendar, Red; Ab- bey Schleifer, Rose Freedom, Red; Pat Zentz, Berried Pyracantha, Red; Pat Zentz, Live Forever, Blue; Pat Zentz, Rose Freedom, Red; Pat Zentz, Orna- mental Grass, Red; Tanya Schleifer, Herbs-Lavendar, Blue. Horticulture-Flowers Abbey Schleifer, Pampus Grass, Blue; Tanya Schleifer, Pampus Grass, Blue; Pat Zents, Non Blooming Plant, .Blue; Shirly Vamey, Blooming Pot- ted, Red; Mary Mallory, Petunia, Blue; Mary Mallory, Petunia, Red; mary Mallory, Rose, Red; Jewell Apart- ments, Non Blooming, Blue; Peg Bohnert, Succulant, Blue; Peg Bohnert, Succulant, Red. Garden Other-Adult . Jada Eilert, Gourd, Blu~; Jada Eilert, Bill Griffeth, Bed Frame Bench, Pumpkin, Two Blue, One Red; Jessie Red. Eilert, Pumpkin, Blue; Becky Cockroft, Miniature Pumpkin, Two Blue, One Red; Daryl Cockroft, Miniature Pump- kin, Three Blue; Jada Eilert, Grape Tomatoes, Blue; Jada Eilert, Mixed Plate, Blue; Jada Eilert, Banana Pep- pers, Red; Jada Eilert, Peppers, Blue; Jessie Eilert, Tomatoes, Red; Jessie Eilert, Banana Peppers, Red; Jessie Eilert, Jalapeno's, Red; Jessie Eilert, Peppers, Blue; Becky Cockrofi, Indian Corn, Red; Daryl Cockroft, Indian Corn, Blue; Bill Loomis, Potatoes, Purple; Amelia Hager, Peppers- Jalepeno, Blue; Amelia Hager, Pop- corn, Red; Oakley Hager, Peppers- Jalepeno, Red; Oakley Hager, Pop- corn, Purple; Skylar Hager, Popcorn, Blue. Quilts Pat Zentz, Quilts, Five Blue, One Red, One Grand Champion; Marissa McCreight, Quilts, One Red, One Blue; Shirly Varney, Quilts Blue-Bells, Yel- low; Shirley Varney, Quilts, Yellow; Pea Dental "AT THE PEAK OF PATIENT COMFORT AND CARE" Moving back to Kansas in 1969, O t= t~ Ca':s'ac'~on'~,f~ ioe worked ,for Jewell County for a 402"759"31561 ,4Aero 2243 R ST. "" GemA, HE 68361 St~e Svoboda D.D.S 136 E 4th Street Superior, Neb. Comprehensive and Cosmetic Care Emergency Dental Care Patient= Welcomel Phone 402.879.3133 Call today for an appointment! We would love to see you 7-tfc Cleaning Position The City of Jewell is seeking applicants for a part- time, cleaning position, for the Jewell Community Center and Motel Rooms. A job description and application is available at the Jewell City Office, 308 Delaware, or call for more information, (785) 428-3600. We're Hiring in Davenport, Edgar and Fairmont NE Looking for truck drivers, commerical applicators, fuel delivery drivers and other various positions. Nutrien has excellent pay and benefits. We are willing to train as necessary. Contact Doug or George in the Davenport office for positions available and for additional information and applications. Davenport Office 402-364 - 2125 This company is lit Iqual opl~rtunny employer. This company does not discriminate on the balls of age, lllX, race o4" color, natlon=l origin, religion or disability Alutrien Connie Butts, Story Quilt For Display Only; Elva Folsom, Pink Baby Quilt, Red; Gilley Reiter, Pheasant Quilt, Blue; Gilley Reiter, Brown Patchwork, Red. Craft-Junior Abbey Schleifer, Pour Painting, Blue; Jada Eilert, Melting Colors, Red; Jada Eilert, Fall Coin-u-Copia, Red; Jada Eilert, Fall Basket, Blue. Other-Junior Eli and Isaac Koops, Camper Lego, Blue; Eli Koops, Tank Lego, Blue; Eli Koops, Snowmobile, Red. Woodworking-Junior Matthew Rice, Camping Stool, Blue. Quilt-Junior Richie Reiter, Brown Puppies, Blue. Photography-Junior Abbey Schleifer, Photographs, Blue, Purple, Red, and Grand Charfi- pion. Painting andDrawing-Junior Abbey Schleifer, Pencil Drawings, Blue; Joanna Koops, Coloring, White; Ashlyn Loomis, Pencil Drawings, Blue; Matthew Rice, Painting, White; Jada Eilert, Pencil Drawings, Red. Crops-Corn Darrell Bohnert, PioneerP 1498AM, Blue; Darrell Bohnert, Pioneer PI464AML, Red; Damon Bohnert, Pioneer PI244AM, Blue; Damon Bohnert, Pioneer PII38AML, Red; Ashley Loomis, Pioneer P40/PI498 Mixed, Blue; Ashley Loomis, Pioneer Y40/63/55 Mixed, Red; Owen Spen- cer, Pioneer PII38AM, Blue; Dick Edwards, Pioneer 1498 Harget Ear, Purple; Dick Edwards, Pioneer 1498 Mixed, Blue; Dick Edwards, Pioneer 1498, Purple; Carlene Edwards, Pio- neer 1498 Mixed Plate, Purple; Deb Griffeth, Pioneer 1138, Blue.~ :" I Crops-Milo jason Eilert, Pioneer 85Y40, Blue; Jason Eilert, Pioneer 85Y40 Harvest Head, Blue; Carlene Edwards, Pioneer 84P80, Purple; Dick Edwards, Pioneer 84P80 Harvest Head, Red; Dick Edwards, Pioneer 84P80, Blue; Nathan Saint, Pioneer 85G03, Blue; Nathan Saint, Pioneer 841, Purple; Curt Saint, Pioneer 85G03, Red. Crops-Soybeans Darrell Bohnert, Pioneer P35A91BX, Blue; Damon Bohnert, Pioneer P35A91BX, Red; Ashlyn Loomis, PioneerP38A98X, Red; Kaleb Griffeth, Pioneer 38A98X, Red; Carlene Edwards, Pioneer P38A98X, Blue; Carlene Edwards, Pioneer P35A91BX, Blue; Carlene Edwards, Pioneer P36AI8X, Blue; Dick Edwards, Pioneer P35A91BX, Red; Dick Edwards, Pioneer P36AI8X, Purple. Crops-Sunflowers Wadyn Griffeth, Sunflower 456CL, Purple; Grant Spencer, Sunflower 456CL, Blue. Garden Darcia Bohnert, Popcorn, Red; Matt Loomis, Pumpkin, Purple; Gerald McAtee, Squash, One Red, One Blue; Amy Rice, Zucchini, Red; Roy Arasmith, Tomatoes, Blue; Joanna Koops, Gourd, Red; Elsa Koops, Bird House Gourd, Red; Carson Koops, Randall By Fawna Barrett More typical Fall weather was ex- perienced this week with chilly morn- ing, which quickly warmed like Fall is supposed to do. Thunder, lightning and rain late Friday night leaving up to one-half inch of rain. Sunday was cloudy and windy. There will be a guest speaker at the Randall Community Church Sunday. Thecongregation is invited to a pot- luck dinner at the Jewell Christian Church at noon. Becky and Mark Novak went to Salina Saturday to meet her sisters, Bey Taddiken from South Carolina and her friend, Phil Pfister, Linda and Doyle Schott, Laura Widen and Pam Moon and also Novaks' daughter, Melissa Freeman and sons. They toured the renovated downtown area on Santa Fe before going to lunch together. Della Houghton and Roger Houghton attended the wedding of a Houghton nephew in Concordia Satur- day. Friday, Ila McElroy attended Pike Valley-Rock Hills volleyball games to watch I.~aure~l~lavin Rlay. Pike Valley won both the junior varsity and varsity games. Next, they went to the stadium to watch Brennan Flavin play football until the game was called because of lightning. The Flavins attend Pike Val- ley. Wayne McElroy visited Ila Sun- day and did some chores preparing for winter Bean and corn harvest plus drilling wheat has kept many busy this past week. Last Tuesday afternoon, Fawna Barrett drove to Solomon to attend the high school volleyball junior varsity games and watch Alana Wood play. Solomon won one of three matches. Fawna stayed the night with the Wood family. Wednesday afternoon, she vis- ited Harvey and Pat Wood and Rose Carlson and took the youngsters home from school. She, Natalie and Evan attended the Methodist bazaar that evening. She returned home early Thursday. Jewell County bowlers on Championship team By Ryne Navarre USBC Communications After recording a runner-up finish at the 2016 United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships, the members of McGuire Construction Team of Red Cloud, returned to the top of the leaderboard in Sapphire Team division at the 2019 event and clinched the championship. The team improved each game at Northrock Lanes, posting scores of 587, 622 and 666 for a 1,875 total to surpass 4 for Fun of Bloomfield, N. M which previously led with 1,859. Debra McGuire led the effort with a 558 series, and she was joined by Kim Grams (487 series), Kimberly Davis (464) and Colleen Jeffery (366). McGuire, Grams and Davis were part of the 2016 team that took the lead at Los Vegas' South Point Bowling Plaza, but the groupended up finishing 12 pins short of the winning total. They said their continued success at the USBC Women' s Championships was because of bowling at an older house with older lanes similar to home. "We bowl at a house with old wood lanes," Davis said. "We just always seem to bowl better at tournaments." The proximity of Northrock Lanes and the 100th edition of the Women,s Championships made for a quick trip for the members of McGuire Construc- tion, but it also made the experience special. "We all live around the Kansas- Nebraska state line," McGuire said. "Winning a title close to home is Spe- cial and surely something we won't forget." "It's exciting," Grams said. "It is wonderful to finish at the top of the leaderboard after finishing in second our first time." The Sapphire team division con- sists of four-player teams with enter- ing averages of 574 and below. The 2019 USBCWomen' s Championships were held in Wichita and concluded in June. Panorama By Fawna Barrett After a few nights of freezing tem- peratures, Fall broke forth in color!. Suddenly, there were yellow trees, or- ange trees and even a few red ones shaking their radiant leaves in the al- most constant wind. Mounds of mums shine in the yards in mauve, bright yellow, and purple. Milo heads of brown, tan and red- dish-brown march in rows across the fields. Mostly, only short stubs of muted brown remain in the fields Once covered with soybeans. And 1o, hints of green denote newly planted wheat striving to cover and protect the soil on those windy days. Though I haven't seen them, the suma~]~S'uf~l~, sporting its red leaves. Knowing the strange weather this year, fill your memory bank with the color while it lasts. Fall would be my favorite season if it was a prelude to winter. Dispatch Verhage Greeters for church Sunday were Dennis and Mary Rotman; Marty and Beth Christians and family. Happy Birthday, Dan Kennedy, Oct. 13; Nathan Schlatter, Oct. 13; Carson Koops, Oct 18; and Ell Koops, Oct. 19. The Sunday morning message was "Can you Keep a Secret?" Sunday's God's Word was Mark- 1:40-45. The Sunday evening Scripture was Ecclesiastes 1: II. The message was "The Meaning of lessons of life." FOR SALE PROPERTY INFORMATION TOM POSEY One tract of 130+/- AC Re.-d }.istatt, and .-~,pprai~,d Location: Two miles south on Road 4900 from the southwest edge of Davenport, NE Legal Description: The SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW1/4) EXC 10AC of Section Thirty (30), Township Four (4) North, Range Four (4) West of the 6th P.M Thayer County, Nebraska General: This very productive farm currently consists of approximately 117.34 acres of nearly level to gently sloping, irrigated cropland and 8.63 ac~es of home & building site. The cropland soils are 97% nearly level to gently sloping upper class Crete, Hastings & Butler silt Ioams and 3% moderately sloping Hastings soils. FSA bases & yields: Corn - 110.9 ac @ 178 bu. & Soybeans - 3.8 ac @ 56 bu. Sale includes an irrigation well, 8 inch turbine pump, gearhead, V-8 Chev NG engine and aluminum irrigation pipe. Thq farm site of an estimated 8.63 acres is located along the west boundary of the property. The site contains a modern split level, large, custom built home with attached garage, a detached garage, a steel framed farm shop, two farm utility buildings, six steel grain bins with 73,000 bushels of storage. The split level home has an estimated 3,541 ft2 of living space above grade, including the garden level and a mostly finished basement of 1,289/12. This beautiful home has a large kitchen with custom oak cabinetry, updated granite counter tops, large island with bar sink, gas range top and double ovens. The first floor includes a kitchen with a breakfast nook, formal dining room, large family room, large living room with fireplace, large entryway/foyer, den, furl bath and a covered deck with eastern exposure. The second story has two bedrooms, full bath with separate tub and walk in Shower and a raised deck with staircas~ to the rear yard. The garden level has two bedrooms and a bath. The mostly finished basement has z family/rec room, storage room and a mechanical room. The 2 car attached garage is 928 f12 with lots of storage. Two tracts totaling 138+/- AC Location: Four miles south on Road 4900 from the southwest edge of Davenport, NE ~Legal Description: The EAST HALF of the NORTHEAST QUARTER (E1/2NE1/4) of Section Twelve (12), Township Three (3) North, Range Five (5) West of the 6th P.M Nuckolls CoUnty, Nebraska General: This very productive farm currently consists of approximately 69.05 acres of nearly level to gently sloping, irrigated cropland and 6 acres of dry cropland. The cropland soils are 69% neady level to gently sloping upper class Crete and 31% gently to moderately sloping, moderate to lower class Hastings, Geary & Uly soils. Sale includes an irrigation well, 8 inch turbine pump, gearhead, V-8 Chev NG engine and 2013 Reinke center pivot system w/RPM panel &38 inch wheels. Legal Description: WEST HALF of the NORTHWEST QUARTER (W1/2NW1/4) of Section Seven (7), Township Three (3) North, Range Four (4) West of the 6th P.M Thayer County, Nebraska General: This very productive farm currently consists of approximately 55 acres of nearly level to gently sloping, irrigated cropland. The cropland soils are 89% nearly level to gently sloping upper class Crete & Hastings silt Ioams arid 11% moderate class gently to moderately sloping Hastings soils. Sale includes aluminum irngation pipe & electric booster Pump. TERMS: Real estate taxes for 2019 and prior years will be paid by the Seller. The real estate is offered in three units. Purchase of the real estate is not contingent on Buyer financing. Possession will be given prior to the 2020 crop year upon closing. Bids shall be submitted by contacting Tom Posey at 402-768-2292, bidding increments are at the discretion of the Broker, opportunities to raise bids will be given. 20% purchase price down upon acceptance of a bid, balance due in cash at closing. The cost of an.owner's title insurance policy shall be divided equally between Buyer (50 /=) and Seller (50%), Paul & Batko Trusts sellers. For additional sale details call Tom Posey at 402-768-2292 or check at www.#oBev- re~lestate.com 42 2C Ag Solutions THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B 43.2C THAYER & NUCKOLLS COUNTY FARMS