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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 20, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-31 91 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E Main in Mankato to place your ad Service for re- woodworking, tile. 10-9-fie remodeling, cabinets, shingling, or decks, etc. Meyer 402-226-2671.10-5-ffc YOUR car or boat. belts and hoses. and complete fuel cleaning. Will do tune-ups and oil Automotive. Phone 12 10-12-ffc Taxidermy. Full trained taxi- 402-679-3734 or 402- 10-32-ffc AUTOMOTIVE repair, work, computer diag- Automotive. 340 N. 402-879-4111. 10-33-tfc KES and mad- air conditioners. Appliance 402-879-- 10-1 l-fie t Drapal. Country Club. 1 0-2-ffc Call Maruhn at Red Cloud for wells, water line 402-74@3373. 10-35-ffc SEPTIC tank pumping. rooms available. Bin- Republic, Kan. 1- 10-23-ffc commercial Electric, Byron, 402- 10-14-tfc :k Heeler, fe- 785-278-2725. 9-47-1 p Gordon Murray, Man- 12-15-tfc Calendar 23, starting at 12:30 comer of Hardy. Selling farm machinery, for Jason and Montgomery Realty in charge. 14-44-4c 24, 1:30 p.m., Elks Neb. Selling 311 acres ground for Lee Grove 34-2-6, in Nuckolls Real Estate and 14-43-Sp to schedule House inside so your items am weather move sale items house advertising plan plan to attract the buyers at Auction site house three days held of each month tale dates as needed staff auctioneers ' to sell Do It All Ho e AUCTION of real estate former Amold comer of NE No.92 in Arnold, Neb. New supplies lumber yard or com- 1:30 pm. Saturday, View our web site at for sale bro- Agd Affiliates at 308- itles to eam 15-47-8p home v/dhout the #y~u~ 're moti- income, or visit I $1,000 per week? routes with pdme now! Under a day, seven days a WEEKLY! Postal rm.ND81 level. No e~ai~ neoessary. Card okay. donTmtion, , ExL NO. 202. ~e acertifledpipe Dr Eam top pay in companies seek KANSAS ARMY National Guard has Part-time positions available. Get skills to put your career on track. We offer free training, college money, steady pay. Call 800-432-2447 or visit web site www.ks.ngb.army.mil. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claims; Saunders and Saunders, Attomeys at Law. No recovery - no feel Call 800-259-8548. CASH NOW for structured settle- ments, annuities, and insurance pa/outs. Call J.G. Wentworth at 800- 794-7310. J.G. Wentworth means cash now for structured settlemantslll NEED A NE'W computer but no cash? You're approved-guaranteed1 No credit check-bed credit okay ! Check- ing account required. 800-418-4837 or on line at WWW.PC4SURE.COM. MEDICATION SAVINGS! Anti-in- flammatory, blood pressure, diabetic, heart medications, as low as $5 for a 30-day supply. Call American X- change Rx at 800-604-5224. 16-Misc. For Sale GOLF GIFTS for Christmas? Yonex Titanium (BIAM) 7-wood, men's regu- lar-flex, graphite shaft, $60. Powakaddy serf-propelled gaff cart with good battery and automatic charger, $260. Phone 402-225-2025. 16-47-1 p 2003 JEWELL and Nuckolls County plat and tam directories, now avail- able. The Superior Express. 16-43-6p ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stock salt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-ffc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-909~2. 16-2-tfc 21-Feed and Seed SMALL, SQUARE wire-tie bales: Brome, no rain, shedded put up end of June, 2003, horse quality, 2,000 bales, $3.50 per bale. 38 big round bales of grass hay-S30 each. Phone 402-225-5741, Nelson, Neb. 21-47-1p WE BUY damaged grain. Grain vac available forclean-out. 316-640-3203. 21-43-8p FREE THREE-room DirecTV system including instaliationl Free, three- month HBO (seven movie channels) with subscription. Access 225 plus TV channelsl Digital quality picture and sound. Limited offer. Details at 800-217-4578. HOTTUB buyers, manufacturer clos- ingout 2003 models, 12styles, S2,170 to $5,775. Video, price I~t 800-869- 0406, Hot Tub Superstars, 27th and O, I.irK~ln, Neb., or at web site at www.goodlifespas.com. SAWMILL $3,895. New super Lumbermate 2000 Larger capac6 ties, options ATV scceasodes, edg. ers skidders. Visit our web site at www. norwoodindustriea, cam Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Drive, Buffalo, NY 14225 Free Information 800-578-1363, Extension 300-N. HEATING PROBLEM? Beat the high cost of energy with the incredible Solar Comfort Zone heater. Visit us at www.suncloud.com. Dealer inquir- ies welcome, 800-631-5402. REPO'Slll HUDcodemodulars.Must Selllll 888-293-3756 in South Hutchison or 800-215-1877 in Great Bend. Your housing specialists. (site- built, modular, manufactured, mobile) www.beckerhomes.com. SHIPPING CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 or 48xa5xg.5. Camlock doors with Pe- rimeter seals, hardwood floors will support forklift, $1,650-$2,650. Call 785-655-9430 or visit our web site at www.chuckhenry.com for complete web listing, photos, specs, pricing. STEEL BUILDING saial No obliga- tion, free quote Log on at www.santinelbuildings.com. All steel- all the tirnel Sentinel Buildings, 800- 327-0790, Extension 79. STEEL ROOFING-Building Materials. Galvanized Steel starting at $32 square, painted at $42. Call for cata- log. Western Metal in Kansas: Hays, 800-770-2725; Louieburg 800-489- 4100, Statewide delivery available. CHOOSE YOUR tour -Alaska, June 2-25 ($2,490)or Oregon Trail, July 10-27 ($1,490). Includes double oc- cupancy lodging, bus and cruise trans- portation, shows,exhibits, some meals. Brochures available from Flory Tours, 1142 E. Euclid, McPherson, Kan.,67460. Call 620-241-1056,or send e-mail to florytours@alltel.net. 22-Vehicles 1971 RED CHEVROLET, shod, 1/2- ton stepside pickup, 400 cu. in., V-6 automatic on floor, dual exhaust, CD player, good rubber, custom wheels, new seat. Great buyl $3,0C0. 402- 879-4569. 22-47-1p 1998 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 46,000 miles, loaded, excellent con- dition. One owner, 402-879-4311. 22-47-1 p 1982 CHEVROLET CONVERSION van. Brown and tan, automatic air locks, cruise, tilt, new battery, 87,320 miles. If interested, call 785-376-3835. 22-48-3c 1974 CHEVROLET BLAZER, 4- wheel ddve, runs good. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-tfc 1979 OH EVROLET PICKUP, 1/2 ton. Runs good. Good schooltruck. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-ffc 1994 FORD F-150, club cab pickup with Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- sion. 402-879-3501 or 402-879-3925 $2,500. 22-38-tfc HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 , 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational HONDA BEST ON EARTH TRX500-$5,699; TRX450-$4,899 TRX350-$3,199; TRX250-$2,999 Garbers, 402-729-2294 23-47-1c 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR sale by owner in Sups- nor: Three-bedroom, two baths, split level with large-vat, trek:l-ceiling family room, established trees, grant loca- tion, underground sprinklers. 402- 879-4638. 24-46-2c NUCKOLLS COUNTY farm, SE 1/4, Judy Richey III II ters, Beverly Feldmann, Athol, Beth Ob itu ari es Gillis, Gaylord; and l0 grandchildren, Republic Services were Nov. 13 at First Bap- The Republic UMW Nov. 6 at the , , fist Church, Cawker City, with the churchwithllmembe~wesenbAnita Cline, co-presi~ gave devofi6~ on Judy K. Richey, Iola, 58, died Nov. 14 at Research Medical Center in Kan- sas City, Mo. Judy was born June 12, 1945, at Beloit, to John and Lena (Dickman) Ahlvers, She grew up in the Ionia area and graduated from Esbon High School and received her degree in nursing at Mary Mount College, Salina. She worked for the Butler and Greenwood County Health Departments and the Coffey County Hospital before mov- ing to Iola in 1974, as head nurse at the Southeast Kansas Multi County Health Department. She was currently ad- ministrator, advanced registered nurse practitioner, of the Southeast Kansas Multi County Health Department. On April 7, 1978, she married Charles F. "Chuck" Richey at Grace Lutheran Church, Iola. They currently rived in the country north of Gas Judy was a member of Grace Luth- eran Church, American Nurse's Asso- ciation and American Legion Auxil- iary and had been a Sunday school teacher and served on the Allen County Extension Council. Survivors, besides her husband, of the home; are daughter, Jennifer Richey, lola; son, Craig Richey, Iola; two brothers, Dale Ahlvers, Hunter; Larry Ahlvers, Williamburg; two sis- ters, Lois Shrum and Glenda Funk, both of Garuett; mother-in-law, Irene Rogers, Iola; and four grandchildren. Preceding her in death was a sister, Hilda Dietz. Services were Nov, 19 at St. Peter' s Lutheran Church, Humboldt, With the Rev. Bruce Kristalyn officiating. B urial was in Gas City Cemetery. Wangh- Yokum and Friskel Memorial Chapel, Iola, was in charge of arrangements. Vnghn rttnn Randall, tZ=an. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that charitable contri- butions be made in Vanghn's name to the Randall Library, Randall, Kan., 66963. His sense of humor, witty personal- George Nolan George Augustine Nolan, 87, of Patrick and Mary (McGrath) was born July 4, 1916 at Formoso. He died Friday at his home in Belleville. He graduated from Formoso High School in 1934 and served during Rev. Maynard Rodell officiating. In- terment was in Prairie Grove Cem- Thanksgiving and prayers, aft~ropen- etery, Cawker City, with military rites ing the meeting with prayer and the by American Legion Post 379. purpose in unison, Theanit received a McDomdd-Roberts Funeral S~e free reading ~ "Not Without My was in charge of arrangements. Neighbor" as a reward for completing WWI! i- the Army Air Cn~ He servedintheUni~StatesAn'ay - -- . -----~ -:-r-. during the Vietnam War from Febru- After his honorable discharge m ................ 1946, George lived in Californiaor-" my, lyon, to t'enruary,t~,/u Aner ms nearly 50years. He workedmany years discharge, Larry worked in construe- ity and caring nature touched the lives the ~ program with 85 percent of of the many he encountered. Aloving Ta~.~,~, WWUUUl memberscomplying, Virg~mPetersen husband, fatber, grandfatherandfriend,~ a,ma.t j, 3 m .... gave oat the ~tion ~g cer- he will be greatly missed and rem~ Larry Frederick Wyman, 55, was tificates Anita announced that the forever in our hearts, born Feb. 22,1948, in Mountain Home, ~ vlill be celebrating 135 years of (Pad ~) Ark., the son of Orville Sinor and missmn work in 2004. RosellaDvb_,ieWyman. HediedN0v. 9 Reports on the district meeting in ~tolSt. Francis Hospital in GrandIsl~ Os.borne.were given by Ethlyn Smith, lowing an automob~ ~dent. Ani~thC~,oa~dufrB~BnaOU~1. 'w H~ attended the Smart Coun~ army " Aurana as School and graduated from Cawker shared with the unit. City High School. He married Barbara Jean Charles gave the world thank Robinson Aug. 22, 1966 at Cawker offering lesson assisted by Mary Agnes City. Johnson, Betty Bounty, Anita Cline and VLrginia Petersen. The hymns sung were "Many Gifts, One Spirit', and "Jesus, United, By They Grace." Thank offering were taken to the altar, on highway construction and later was a piano tuner and repairman After his retirement, he moved to Belleville in 1993. He was a memberofSt. Edwards Catholic Church. He was preceded in death by: his parents; brothers, Patrick, Henry, Michael and Frank; sisters, Margaret Shoemaker and Mary Nolan. He is survived by his sister-in-law Cleo Nolan, Belleville, and other rela- tives and friends. Services were held Nov. 17 at St. Edwards Catholic Church, Belleviile, with Father Ralph Aschenbren~er of- ficiating. Burial was in St. Elizabeth Cemetery near Esbon. Arrangements were made by Tibbetts-Fischer Fu- neral Home. BeUeville. Barbara A. Wyman Barbara Ann Wyman, 53, was born Vaughn E. Flinn, 70, passed away Nov. 4, 2003 Born in Randall, Karl., Oct. 7,1933, to Ole FAbert and Mary L. Flinn, he served in the United States Army and graduated from Fort Hays Universityr-- 1966, at Cawker City. After their mar- Aug. 26, 1950, in Smith Center, the daughter of Albert Warren and Evelyn Sealock Robinson. She died Nov. 8 near Downs as the result of an automo- bile accident. She attended school in Lebanon. She married Larry Wyman Aug. 22, mm'ied Nadene K. Selfridge June 2, 1957. After a 28 year career with Conoco, Vaughn retired to the family's ranch in Harwood, Texas, enjoying his love for family, friends, hunting, reading and collectibles. He was a member of the Waelder, Texas, Chapter of the Masonic Lodge. Vaughn is survived by his wife, Nadene; daughter, Kimberly Fairchild and her husband Wain; son, Jeffrey and his wife, Monica; son, Gregory, and his wife, Melissa; and granddangh- ten Rachel, Rebecca, Alexandria and Hannah. A memorial service will be Nov. 25, 2003, at Randall Community Church at 1 p.m. in his hometown of riage, Barbara stayed in Cawker City while Larry served in the United States Army. After he was discharged they lived in Smith Center and Lebanon. They later moved to Esbon. They moved to Cawker City in 1988 and in 1998 to Portis. A homemaker she enjoyed reading and time with her family. She was preceded in death by her father, Albert Robinson. Survivors include her: mother, Evelyn Robinson, Gaylord; daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Fischer ~q'eresa) New Paris, Ind.; five sons, Rick, Alton, Iowa, Cameron, Downs, Todd, Cawker City, Pres, Downs, Forrest, Cawker City; brother, Jim Robinson, Beloit;~wosis- Jewell County LTC i Jeanne Grout, Harry Hanson, Dorothy Munro, Helen Oelkers, Ruth Roe, George Sills, F f~! ~red Thelander, Norma Thomas, Eva Wangh, Cleo Wilson. Twila Zentz, Aletha Logan, Lela Huntsinger and guests of honor Sam King, Dean Coder and John Sipe. The monthly birthday party was held on Tuesday. Sam King was hon- ored for having a November birthday. Angel food cake was served at the ccm~:!u~ion of the party. The video, "Gaither Rocky Moun- tain Homecoming," was shown in two pats this week. Items to be sold at the annual activ- ity bazaar were shown the residents. The lives of Will Rogers and Chas Lindburg were discussed on Wednes- day evening. Volunteers helping with games this week were Shirley Rudolph and Jeannie Blair. Evelyn Divel visited Ilene Alcorn. Sheila Riding and Lynette Huntsinger visited Lela Huntsinger. Nancy McCorkle visited Irene McCorkle; Virginia Rightmeier visited John Sipe and Jeanne Grout. Vivian Reed, Wilma Underwood, Carol and Gary ~aanan visited Geneva Garman. Sec. 19, T-2-N, R-8-W. 12 miles south of Lawrence. Mostly grass. Call 402- The local and regional news was read on Friday Ten residents gathered Saturday morning for social hour. They worked on puzzles and visited. The Rev, Jim Rice of the United Methodist churches of Jewell and Montrose held the Sunday worship service. Leta Sills was the pianist. Guests attending were Elijah Rice, Roma Grout, Fern Pair and Tammy Alexander. The Mankato sixth grade students presented a patriotic program honor- mg our Veterans under the direction of In=re Ortman. Amanda Anderson as- sisted. Veterans honored were: Sam King, Dean Coder and John Sipe. Don Fleming and Van Smith, Veterans, pre- sented a flag on a stand inscribed with each-Veterans name and branch of service to each Veteran. Phyllis Smith was in charge of VI=W and VFW Aux- iliary part of the prognun, Guest at- tending were: Ruth Fleming,Virginia Rightmeier, Wilbur Becker, Faryl ~e, Shirley Wood, Alice and Bob Residents who attended the Vet- erans Day Programs were: Irene McCorlde, Irene Kleppinger, Beulah Benbow, Lena Berry, Opal Davenport, 72@2212. 24-4@ttc. SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-547-6741 after dark. 24-13-tfc 26 - Notice OVER THE river and through the woods to the Christmas Boutique and lunch in Oak, Neb., we gol Saturday, Nov. 29,10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lots of gifta, crafts, food and etc. 26-47-1p GUN SHOW: Sat., Nov. 22, 9 &m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 23, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Overland Park, Kan., Con- vention Center, 6000 College Blvd. (Exit 79 off __. 1-435~. For information call 563-927-81"/6; .... 30-Musical Instruments PIANO CONSOLE-style piano for sale. Owner moved out of state. Take on small monthly payments. May be seen near Superior. Call credit man- ager, PLP Finance 888-666-3512. 3o.47.2p PERFECT FOR piano studentsl Rent- to-own a new or like-new digital pi- arm. Low monthly payments- ~o I~r- chase required. Log on to our web site at WWW.pianos4rent.com. News from this areais available on " the interact at www.superiorne.com Auction will be held 8t the Uons Den in Randall, Itam. I~li-~t at 7 IMn. Monday, Dec. 1 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW 1/4 and $1/2, NW 1/4-18-2-6 and i'41~I S 1/2, NE 1/4-13-2-7, Jewell County, Kansas. GENERAL DESCRI . farm is located On Highway 36 and 14 jur~on, five miles north, four mkw/th ae~ one mile north on all-weather road, on the south shore of LoveweB Lar, e, x 34-foot bdck cabin that overlooks ~,e lake. The cabin has a large fret. _r~m_ with. a firep~ce, one bedr~m, bath.and kit~,~: The farm. ~ appro .xJma ,t~ _~L~,r_~ I are& There is approximm~y one tulle mat ooroers LOVeWell La~. _~ I TERMS: 20 percent of purchase pnce as down paymenL~y, m ~mnt~l~I balance wUlbe due upoa closing on or actors Jan. 15, 2004. Title ~ I u=d,~e~o~t~[b~5~0b~t~ni~nd~,T~"20031 taxes will be ~dd by 0~= ~, 2004 ~ ~be ~ by .~#,aser. ~ an0 roe =v pi eem , COm'A TH I 7 ue4. ta matmmnts made day aueUon take matm , tn,p,eUorm m .t* rode me | p urm at l Ramsey Family, a-,e,, l a= o. I Thummel Real Estate and Auction l Beloit, IGm. l =1 lion and drove a truck for several years while they lived in Smith Center and Lebanon. They later moved to Esbon, Cawker City and Portis. Larry was preceded in death by his father, Orville Sinor, and his wife, Barbara. He is survived by: mother, Rose Dockstader, Cawker City; daughter, ]VLrs. Lawrence Fischer (Teresa), New Paris, Ind.; five sons, Rick, Alton, Iowa, Cameron, Downs, Todd, Cawker City, Ires, Downs, Fattest, Cawker City; two half-brothers, Jim Tietjens and Monte Dockstader, both of Glen El- der; and 10 grandchildren. Services were held Nov. 13 at First Baptist Church, Cawker City, with the Rev. Maynard Rodeli officiating. In- terment was in Prairie Grove Cem- etery, Cawker City, with military rites by American Legion Post 379. McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. From a table centered with cornu- copia and autumn decorations, pump kin pie and snacks were served by hostesses, Betty Evert and Virginia Petersen. Next meeting will be with Bonnie Elliott. Randall UCW shares thanks Thankful thoughts were shared by members of the RandalIUnited Church Women at the Nov. 12 meeting. Gerry Joerg was a guest. Karen Matteson presented the l~a- zaar report during the business meet- ing. Money received from the Thrift Shop has been dispensed to the Jewell Ministerial Alliance. Quilting time was interrupted when a water line broke, spewing water un- der the bathroom sink. Ricky Barber and Leroy Buser of Randall Farmers Coop Union responded and Roger Howland did the plumbing later. ~ch was served by members. From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, J~well County E~tension Agent i It may be time to replace old i~rnace as condensing furna~ces'al]ow for the With winter just aro~,~J thee of PVC. If the f~is metal and the Kansas State University Energy Ex- unit is more than 20 years old. it prob- tension specialists have some tips on how homeowners might save on heat- ing cost by replacing their furnace with a new, high-efficiency model. New furnaces can have a fuel-use efficiency of about 95 percent. So, the amount they can save depends on how efficient an existing furnace is, and how much is being spent on heating. If an existing unit is more than 10 years 01d, estimating its fuel efficiency will be difficult without an on-site inspec- tion. However, there ca~ be some clues. Look at the flue. If it' s made of plastic PVC pipe, it's on a high efficiency furnace. Low flue-gas temperatures in high-efficiency furnaces--also known ably is about 65 percent efficient or less, and ahigh-efficiency replacemem could save about 30 percent. If the existing furnace is 10 to 20 years old, its efficiency should be about 75 percent, so a high eff~ciency fur- nace will save about 20 percent: Units built after 1990 have a minimum effi- ciency of 78 percent and potential sav- ings of about 18 percent. To estimate the savings in heating costs, total the gas bill for a year. Sub- tract 12 times the July gas bill to re- move the amount spent on water heat- ing. Multiply what's left, the amount spent on heating, by the percentage saving possible (from above) to get an energy cost savings estimate. P Having purchased a farm in Kansas, we will sail the following located in NW corner of Hardy, Neb., commencing at 12:30 P.M. on Sunday, November 23, 2003 TRACTORS: 1971 John Deera 4520 diesel tractor with loader to sell as unit: 1970 IHC 1026 diesel tractor, hydro trans., WF, 18.4x34 tires, cab, 2-pt. selling separate dual 3100 new style, quick-tech loader with bucket and grapple fork, nice unit; 1969 Case 1030 diesel tractor, WF, 3-pt., dual hyd., 18Ax34 rear tires, 11 to 16 fronts, 5,400 hours; 1961 Minneapo- lis Maline M5 diesel tractor PS, 3-pt., WF, runs good Minneapolis Maline 5-star tractor, WF, 3-pt., dual hyd.; Ford 9N "Ferguson System" tractor, over dnve trans., good ,ubber, Serial No. 9N279234; Allis Chalmers WO tractor, runs good; 1948 IHC "H" tractor, good rubber; 1943 John Deers "A" tractor, complete; Bobcat skid loader. TRUCKS: 1980 Mack twin crew cab chassis, rebuilt Mack motor, 5-spaed, high and low trans., good truck; 1969 Ford F700, 330 V-8 motor, 5 speed, 9:00-20 rubber, box and hoist, good truck; 1969 Ford F600 truck. 330 V-8, 4-speed. 2-speed, good rubber, set up to pull gooseneck trailers, runs good; 1964 Chevrolet truck 283 V-8, four-speed, two.speed, box and hoist; 1957 Cheyrolet cab over "Viking 50" truck with steel box and hoist; 1952 ~rolet truck, box and ho~t; 1952?? Dodge truck, box and hoist. V-8 motor; 1952 IHC R 180 truck with stee113.foot box and hoist; 1950 IHC L60 truck with box and hoist; 1949?? Dodge truck with box and hoist: Several truck box trailers, various sizes TRAILERS: 1975 S&H, 8x30 gooseneck stock trailer, good floor and light; 8x30-foot gooseneck flatbed trailer heavy duty, triple axle with beaver tail, nice, heavy trailer; 6x21-foot gooseneck stock trailer, 7,000.pound axles; Hate 5x20 goose- neck stock trailer, good; Hale 6x16 bumper stock 1railer, lights and good tires; 5x18 gooseneck stock trailer, lights, good floor and rubber; 7x20 homemade gooseneck trailer with beaver tail, 3/4-ton axles; 5x14 gooseneck stock trailer, truck axle, with winch on front; Two-horse single axle trailer; 8x14 gooseneck flatbed trailer, single axle; 8x16 car trailer with ramps; Several pickup box trailers; 13 1/2.foot truck box trailer; 8x14 flatbed trailer, )intle hitch, with 10,000 with oil bath axles; Tandem.axle flatbed trailer; Possibly o~her trailers, not decided upon. PICKUPS: 1996 Dodge 3/4.ton extended cab 4x4 pickup, Cummins diesel. PS, PB, auto trans, gooseneck hitch, extra nice truck; 1991 Ford F250 Lariat, PS, PB. cruise, posi rear end, 351 -auto; 1990 Dodge 3/4 ton 2 WD pickup, 360.auto, air. gooseneck hitch 1989 Chevrolet 1/2-ton extended cab 350 V.8, auto trans: 1986 Ford 3/44on, 2 WU w~u; g~esel motor and 4- speed trans.; 1986 Ford 1/2 ton extended cab tong oox, 302 V-8, auto, good rubber; 1986 Ford F250 4x4 460 motor, auto, gooseneck hitch; 1984 Ford 3/4-ton pickup, 300 6-cyl., 4-spd, runs good, gooseneck hitch; 1984 GMC 1/2-ton short box pickup, 350 V-8, 4-speed, runs good; 1981 Voikswagon pickup 4-cyL diesel, 5- speed.; 1980 Ford Bronco 4x4, 351 V-8, auto trans, air; 1979 Chevrolet 1 -ton dually 350 V- 8, 4-spaed flatbed with tool boxes 1979 Dodge 1/2-ton 4x4,360, auto, flatbed with toolboxes; 1979 Dodge 1/2-ton 4x4, 360, auto, runs good; 1979 Chevrolet 1/2-ton, short box ~ickup, 4~4,350 V-8, 4-speed; 1979 Dodge 4x4 1/2-ton pickup v~th flatbed on propane; 1977 Chevrolet 4x4 1/2-ton pickup, good front axle, needs work; 1977 Ford F250 extended cab ~kup, 460 V-8, auto trans.; 1967 IHC 14on dually flatbed, runs; 1963 Ford 3/4.ton pickup 4x4 with flatbed; MOTOR HOME, CARS, VANS: 1978 Coachman motor home on Dongs chassis, 1-ton dually 360 V-8 motor, auto. trans., good shape; 1993 Chevrolet Beretta 2- door car, V-6 motor, auto trans., runs good; 1984 Dodge Ram Van. 1 -ton 360 V-8, auto, runs good; 1984 Ford Econtine van on auto trans. V-8 motor, 30,000 miles; 1974 Chevrolet step van, 6-cyl., 4-speed, runs good; 1971 Pontiac Lemans, ~door, V-8, auto. run~ IB~..,ELLA- NEOUS EQUIPMENT: Douglas 4x4 PTO irrigation pump, 540 PTO on cart; 1,000-gellon diesel tank with 110-volt pump; Set 1 .inch ddve socket set; Two trailer loads tools, parts and equipment not listed. HAY EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY: Vemeer 605D big round baler; Hesston 5800 big round baler; Oliver Model 620 ~ sq,~re baler; John Deem Swing tongue 14-foot swather: MF Model 81. Nine-foot pull type swather; Haybuster C10 hay grinder, set up with grain screen, 1,000 P.T.O.; Owantonna P T.O. grinder mixer, good shape; John Deers No.71 corn sheller; John Deers 45 round back combine with two-row comhead, runs 8-ifich x 55-1oot grain auger; Ford machinery to include cultivator, sickle mower, blade and others. pr~dmm over any o~r staene~ d adve~i~ ~ t~ aw~01e, ~iWm must be ramve:l ~ lOd~ Jason and Shannon Kussman. 402-279-3080 Beuis 0o2) ~J~J~ I! ~JRL)~, J~J~..~ Fax- (402) 257-2345 E-mail:into e w.m~r~.com _ ~ _ _ - :: -_ " Website: ~z.~~.az,~ Assuring Auctioneers: Andy Mortuary .~ N~ Bo~ray