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Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come&apos;to 148 E. Third in Superior or 11 1 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. COMPLETE AUTO body paint and repair. Rock chip repair, glass re- placement. Superior Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -tfc NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling, sheet rocking, cabinets or metal roof- ing, decks, etc. Meyer Construction, 402-226-2671. 10-22-tfc CUSTOM EMBROIDERY: T-shirts sweats, polos, denims, jackets, lin- ens, towels, caps, wild rags. Thou- sands of designs, DMC embroidery floss, 454 colors in stock. 526 E. Fifth, Superior, Neb., 402-879-1255. 10-28-tfc CONTACT HEADRICK Financial Ser- vices for health and life insurance as well as other financial products. 785- 875-3958 or 402-879-5635. lO-l-tfc LICENSED ELECTRICIANS, T & L Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of piv- ots. Wassom's basket truck available for aerial work and repair. Call Power Management, Steve Houtwed or Bob Wassom. 402-469-4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-fie SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air conditioners. Scott TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. 10-11 -tfc FARM, RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. Moeller Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc BANKRUPTCY: FREE initial consul- tation. Fast relief from creditors. Low rates. Statewide filing. No office ap- pointment necessary. Call Steffens Law Office, 308-872-8327. www.steffenslaw.com. We are a debt relief agency, which helps people file bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code. 10 DO YOU live n rural Nebraska and need a small business loan under $35,000? REAP can help! Call 402- 656-3091 or visit www.cfra.org/reap. HIP REPLACEMENT surgery: If you had hip replacement surgery between 2005 -present and suffered problems requiring a second'revision surgery you may be entitled to compensation. Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535- 5727. 10 12-Livestock REGISTERED YEARLING Angus bulls. Performance records. EPDs, mostly AI sired. DeliverApril.l.. arr 'Anlus, Red Cloud, Neb. Call 402- 746-3523, Or cellular, 402-746-4528. 12-1-tfc MOONLIGHT HORSESHOING, trim- ming. Bill and Eunice Potter. 308- 233-0520 or 308-233-1532. 12-43-13p S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt removal of dead cattle and horses. 1-800-919-8360. 12-;35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262-ce11. 12-3-tfc 14-Sale Calendar TUESDAY, FEB. 8, selling 12:30 p.m., 3710 Highway 8, on east edge of Superior, Neb. 1,232 sq. ft. ranch style three bedroom home located on approximately 30 acres with attached two car garage, 1,600 sq. ft. shop building, 1500 sq. ft. horse barn and 4,000 sq. ft. storage building. Offering immediately following approximately 22 acres of irrigated farm ground. Also selling household and other per- sonal property. Sellers: Joe and Chris Bamason. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-51-7p SATURDAY, JAN. 8, 12 p.m., special cattle auction at Blue Hill Livestock. Expecting 300-400 head. Sale barn phone: 402,756-3111. 14-1 -lc SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 12 p.m., regu- lar cattle auction at Blue Hill Live- stock, 402-756-3111. 14-1-2c SATURDAy, JAN. 22, 12 p.m., spe- cial BBQ cattle auction at Blue Hill Livestock. Customer appreciation meal provided. Expecting 500-700 head. Call co-managers: Mike Bartels, 308-991-6499 or Roy Montgomery, 402-746-3823, 14-1-3c THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 2 p.m., saloon in Oak, Neb. Selling 340 acres of real estate in two tracts. One tract has one half mile of Little Blue river frontage. Both tracts located on NW corner of Oak. Call Montgomery Auction and Realty, 402-746-3823. 14-1-4c ,-- -- ,, , - ,---r- Us For Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St, Superior 402-879-3291 J .. Watson Well Drilling Licensed in Nebraska and Kansas Well Drilling Pump Installation Windmill Service For aU your water needs, call: (402) 746-3373 m SATURDAY, JAN. 29, 12 p.m., regu- lar cattle auction at Blue Hill Live- stock. Barn phone: 402-756-3111. 14-1-4c 15-Opportunities SALES OPPORTUNITY! Driven in- dependent, a goal setter? Offering: Intensivetraifiing four-dayworkweek top incentives-bonuses, $3,000 monthly training incentive available, $65,000 plus first yearearning poten- tial. Overnight instate travel required (Monday-Thursdayl. Mark Headrick 1-866-326-4316. 15 ABLE TO travel. National company hiring 10 sharp people. Come train in sunny Miami, Fla. Free to travel all states. No experience necessary. Paid training-transportation. Over 18. 1- 888-295-0108. 15 "CAN YOU dig it?" Heavy equipment school. Three week training program. Backhoes, bulldozers, trackhoes. Local job placement asst. Start dig- ging dirt now. 1-866-362-6497. DO YOU earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route. 25 machines and candy all for $9,995. Alt major credit cards accepted 1-877-915- 8222, Vend 3. 15 PLACE AND supervise high school foreign exchange students in your community. Part-time, supplemental income, bonuses, travel possible. Or volunteer to be a host family. 1-866- 775-5414, www.iseusa.com. AIRLINES ARE hiring - Train for high paying aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Avia- tion Institute of Maintenance. 1-888- 248-7449. 15 ATTEND COLLEGE online from home. Medical, business, paralegal, accounting, criminal justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 1-888-220-3977 or visit online at www.centuraonline.com. 15 16-Misc. for Sale KING SIZE pillow top mattress set, excellent (ondition, 402-236-8893. 16= 1-2p FARM FRESH eggs, 402-879-4874. 16-43-12p For Sale: In Stock Toys 10% off O JOHN DtEERE 1890 Idaho, Superior, Neb., 68978 402-879-3276 1-888-251-0212 oregontrailequ/pmen/.corn ..... . _ 16-47_-5c SEVERAL GOOD, clean, used re- frigerators and several used big- screen HD TVs with warranty. Dick's TV, Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3123.' 16-30-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp HOT TUBS by Nordic, in stock and ready for delivery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture, Mankato, Kan., 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc 21-Feed and Seed SMALL SQUARE alfalfa, brome and prairie hay bales. Always shedded, extra goodt Call Rex Freeman at 785- 545-6049 21-52-4p SHREDDED CORN stover bales for sale, $40 per ton, net wrapped. Jim Zoltenko, 785-278-5405. 21-49-tfc HAY FOR sale. 402-469-4860. 21-48-6c 22-Vehicles SELL YOUR classic car, truck or motorcycle online. Call this newspa- per (402-879-3291) or call 1-800-369- 2850 to place your ad on the national www.midwestclassiccars.com web site for only $25. Your ad runs until your vehicle is sold! 22 FOR SALE: 1991 Chevrolet Kodiak truck with 18 ft. box and tarp, 366, gas, cheater axle, good tires, $11,500. Phone 402-768-4004, Byron. 22-51-3p ............ as diff_e_r_em tem_lerature readings heard 24-Real Estate ranged from 0 tCffdgYesb6vero, 906 EAST 6th, Superior, Neb. One and a half story, four bedrooms one bath. Partial unfinished basement, large garden, fruit trees, one car de- tached garage. Lots of updates, Ask- ing $34,500. Phone 402-879-1405. 24-45-tfp 26 - Notice GUN SHOW Jan. 8-9 Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 9-3 Great BendExpo Complex (9810 B 29 Way) Expo One Building. Buy-sell-trade. Information: 563-927-8176. 26 36-Thank You THANK YOU to all who remembered me on my 80th birthday with cardS, calls, visits and emails it made it a special day, Audrey Diamond. 36-1-1p TH E FAMILY of Bruce Johnstonwould like to thank friends and relatives for the many kindnesses and memorials. Special Thanks to Lou and Day re for their guidance. Also, to the pallbear- ers, the musicians and the minister, who was such a help. To Tom and the crew at the Palace who fixed such a nice lunch. Thanks again. Lavon, Don and Carole, Jerry and Kay, Ron and " Lek Johnston, Mary and Sonny Sidlo. God bless you all. 31-1-1p I Esbon i Ione Shipley had foot surgery last Wednesday at a clinic in Salina. Her daughter, Melva Harvey, Raymore, Mo., came Tuesday evening to join her on the trip to Salina. LFIe and Pennie, Solomon and Mindy, Nshville, Tenn., "and Brittany, Air Force/, were also with lone for the surgery. We previously mentioned that Kendal Putman, Houston, Texas, was in Kansas for the holidays. We should have reported he hoped to meet with his friend. Blake Davis, not Todd Davis, Monday night for a Christmas party and also to celebrate the egagement of Kendal and Becca Frank. Thoe who had dinner together at a'restaurat in Beloit were Dan and Denise Putmdn, Smith Center, Rick and Tiffany Putman. Beloit, Alan andKim Davis, Blake Davis, Ed Putman and Hazel Jameson, Rod and Ann Frack, Minne- apolis, and of course Kendal and Becca. Ed and Neva Lewis, McPherson, and Kenneth Lewis, Red Cloud, were Christmas day. guests of John and Lila Frost. The community was saddened to receive the word that Leland Bartley had been killed in an auto accident on Highway 36 in Mankato. He was pre- ceded in death byhis wife; the former Doris Miller, on July 2, 2009. Doris was a long term care resident in Beloit --for manyyears and Leland was a.faith- ful and loving visitor"during dais time. Even after her death, he continued to go to that facility from his home in Esbon for games on Tuesdays and Thursdays and that would have been his destination on Tuesday. Leland was an avid fan of Kansas University sports and the St. Louis Cardinal baseball team. He leaves five children, Nancy Nitsch. Janice Arneson. Lois Weeks, Geneva Tucker and Jim Bartley. Last Monday Lila Frost and grand- son. Paul Frost, went to Belleviile to get Grant and Carter White: The three boys spent part of their Christmas va- cations at the farm with grandma and grandad Frost. Friday Brittany Shipley had to re- port to her duty station In San Antonio, Texas. Lyle and Pennie Shipley left Thursday for Coalgate, Okla., where Lyle will pastor two United Methodist Churches. His first Sunday at his new charges was Jan. 2. Mindy Shipley also returned to her home in Nashville, Tenn. Thursday. I am told that the three most often made New Years resolutions are to. lose weight, get out of debt, and quit smoking. How many did you make? How many have you already broken? Five tables of players braved the weather New Year's Eve and came to the cafe for an evening of card playing. Those who took home the prizes were Delilah Pate, Pat Smith, Melvin Silsby and Barb Mizner. John and Lila Frost, Larry and Vyonda Welch were the hosts. The next party will be the evening of' the last Sunday of January. Brrrrrr was the idea of the morning but it was nice and warm in the Esbon United Methodist Church Sunday as Pastor Dan Dempsey called all to wor- ship. His sermon title was "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus." He said we need to include Jesus in Our decision making, Do you think a decision could effect the rest of your life? No doubt Jesus thought it could. Good decisions quite often require prayer. Lindsey Underwood served as aco- lyte. Max Underwood was a guest. Prayers were lifted up for Edna Kattenberg, who is reported to be im- proving, the Don Modlin family, and Lila Davis, Gail Burgess's sister, as she has completed her stem cell proce- dure and is able to be at home. The first three Sundays of January, Pastor Dan will be at' our church. He will then leave on the Zambia Mission trip. The last two Sundays of January the pulpit at Esbon will be filled by the Lew VanDerWeye, the district superinten- dent, from Salina, Feb. 1 the new min- ister for the parish will be here and a new schedule will be established. Of the three containers filled and sent to Zambia only one has arrived at its destination. The second has set sail and should have arrived by the time the mission team gets there. The third filled with cattle equipment, including a shute among other items, is questionable as to whether it will make it by the time our people do and it does contain items the" men planed to use while in Zambia. Dec:21 wehad an unusual happen- ing. An eclipse of the moon occurred on the winter solstice. Did you stay up to observe this rare show in our skies? If you didn't you need not worry as there will be another one in 75 years and you can catch it then. After a 10-day vacation the cafe in Esbon reopened Monday at the usual time. I I I I Mankato " i Greg, Donna and Zach Diamond, Webber, and Richard Diamond were MOnday morning visitors of Bert and Audre) Diamond. Mark and Becky Butts, Kearney, also came Monday and were overnight guests. Tuesday they visited June and Gene Butts, Jewell. They; Steve and Connie Butts, Adam Butts, Laura Butts and fiance, had dinner together at a cafe in Man- kato. ........ guests of Bill and Ida Peroutek came for the Christmas eve mass at Esbon. The Broeckelman sis- ters were in the choir and there was a large attendance. Christmas day Cheryl and TOm Rickel, St. Joseph, Mo., Ryan and Shara Redshaw and Russell Hill, Kansas City, Kevin Peroutek and Teri Strong, Colwich, Derek, Dane Peroutek and Paige Peroutek and friend Sam. Hays, Jim,.Lesa and Taneile Peroutek. day. Lew brought the message titled 'Expectations." Mark 10:46-52 was used as the scripture. Gloria Schlaefli served as the pianist for the service. Rex Henningson was the usher and the candies were lit by Zane ColsOn and a friend. Communion was observed. A large rose bouquet was left by the Leland Bartley family at the church and it was acknowledged during the service, Christmas decorations were taken down following the service. Lay speaker Rod Rose will be con- ducting the service at the churchfor the next four Sundays. The new pastor will begin serving the first Sunday in Feb- ruary. The funeral for Leland Bartley was held at the Ionia church Friday after- noon and interment was in the Ionia Cemetery. Leland Bartley grew up m the Ionia community. He and his fam- ily resided on a farm northeast of Ionia for many years. When Leland and his wife, Doris (Miller) retired, they moved to Esbon. The funeral dinner was served at the church with Marcie Simmelink ahd Ann Colson helping out in the kitchen. Harold and Neva Shoemaker at- tended the Bartley funeral. Neva vis- ited with Leland's sister, Arlene Fear- ing, of Florida. Arlene and Neva were long time friends. They often rode horses together and both attended the Ionia school at the same time. Arlene's son. Randy Fearing, ac- companied his mother to the funeral. Arlene, her husband, Jean, and their son, Randy, lived in B urr Oak for many years, Eventually Jean and Arlene re- tired to Florida where Randy and his family now live. Two to three inches of snow fell in the Ionia community late Thursday and early Friday. The snow coverage on the dry wheat fields was welcomed. It was reported that the temperature fell to 8 below in Ionia, and 6 below north west oflonia, early Sunday mom- mg. A New Year' s Eve community cel- ebration was held at the Ionia United Methodist Church annex. There was a small attendance, mostly because of the cold temperatures and illness. Those attending were Stan and Ann Colson, Leon and Karen Boden. Dick arid Gloria Schlaefli, Rod and Rita Rose, Eric Walker, Jeremy and Michaa Simmelink. A game of dominoes vas played and a table full of a variety finger foods was served, t. Harold and Neva Shoemaker mde their annual poinsettia delivery bef6re Christmas, on behalf of the Ionia United Methodist Church. They visited and gave poinsettias to Ruby Sutton, Joy# Bartley and Bob Rose. all of Beloit; Buford and Fern Tucker and Cecil and Lola Hilhnan. Ionia. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli were Sun- day dinner guests of Gayla Boyles. Hastings, at her home. Other guests were Dave and Glenna Relling, Cawker E Tarmer .Per.outk. and Ky City,.cLDave Kountzo Hstings. Cosand, Manhattan, , had dinner and a Virgii D0ug: Ji](iy Welei" and gift exchange. Sunday a brunch and Harold and Neva S'emaker visited at birthday cake in honor of Shara Redshaw was shared. Paityn Peroutek was unable to come as she is recuper- ating from an automobile accident. Guests of Bill and Ida Peroutek Tues- day evening at a Mankato restaurant were Wayne and Joan Broeckelman, Wes and Melinda Williams, Jaci and Abby Broeckelman (Monte's girls), They went to the Perouteks to visit later. Wes and Melinda live in Austin, Texas. Sunday dinner guests of Newell and Doris Alexander were Diane Madson, Reed and Chase Stockman, Wade Alexander, all of Garden City; Pat and Alan CZirr, Superior, Neb.; Wes Alexander, Manhattan; Lynette Swanson. I I Ionia Steve Harris, a school friend of Bruce Fedde, Kansas City, stayed Fri- day through Monday at the Roger and ArriUa Fedde farm. Steve did some hunting while here. Cecil Hillman was hospitalized Monday evening through Thursday in the Mitchell County Hospital at Beloit. He is recovering from pneumonia, pat Diemart and Lola Hill., __,. uaps to the hospital to visit Cecil. The Hillman Christmas gathering was post- poned until :Ian. 15. " Lew VanDerWege, the district su- perintendent, and his wife were at the Ionia United MethodisVChurch Sun- F . . . // // ft // // // Ill MONDAY, JAN. 31 " 1.30 P.M. Sale Location: Mankato Community Building, 214 N. High, Mankato, Kan. LAND AUCTION: Adjacent to the west side of Montrose, Kan,, on north side of HWY 36, in Section 15-3-7 This farm has 41.5 cultivated acres, and the balance in grassland and wildlife. SEE NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR FULL SALE BILL AGENCY DISCLOSURE: Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate and its agents will be acting as seller's broker. Seller: Bill and Marilyn Walker Auction conducted by Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate Beloit, Kan., 67420 (785) 738-2010 (office) (785) 738-2133 (residence) (785) 738-8677 (cell) 1-800-577-7336 toll free E-mail: gzare@nckcn.com web: www.zauction-palace.com Thursday, January 6, 2011 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B the home of Virginia, Judy and Harold's sister, Opal Glauser', in the Athens com- munity, to help her celebrate her 84th birthday. The book, History of the Ionia Grade School. District 8, Ionia Township, Jewell County reported "The last band of Indians to go through the Limestone Valley was in the year 1878. They begged whatever they could and stole a little more and got along someway. The 1873 Easter storm of April 4th, came and caught three men hunting buffalo. The three froze to death. The names of the men were Skidmore, Pow- ers and Summers. These three men were the first to be buried in the Ionia Cemetery." Burr Oak Glenny, At the United Methodist Church, happy birthday was sung to Alma Garman. Pastor Dan based his mes- sage on "making decisions" using Luke 6. He said God had many decisions to make. Pastor Dan said we need to ask God for wisdom to help us make the right decisions. Pastor Dan served com- munion and the closing hymn was "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus." Dave and Alice Belden took their grandchildren, Rayme and Emily Belden. to their home in Chapman Thursday evening. A funeral was held Thursday after- noon for a longtime Burr Oak commu- nity resident, Don Modlin. Mr. Modlin Cliffand Glenny Barnes wereTues- day morning babysitters for their great- grandchildren, Olivia and Thomas Ord,  at the home of Jeff and Diana Ord, Guide Rock. In the evening, the Barnes attended the Rock Hills vs. Red Cloud High School basketball games. The Burr Oak Community Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. today, Thurs- day, at the community center. Plans for the upcoming pancake feed fund raiser scheduled for Jan. 16 and the 140th Burr Oak birthday celebration will be among the items on the agenda. Every- one is welcome to attend the meeting. Following the meeting, those who wish may stay and play cards. Those staying to play cards are asked to bring some kind of finger food .for refreshments. I I J ewell By Roberta Holdren i New Year's day guests of Roberta Holdren were Quanita, Zoe and Zander, and Carl Thompson of Manhattan, Brennan and Brooke Williams of Kinsley, Karen Williams and Tiarra Elkins of Jewell. They celebrated a belated Christmas. Word was received of the death Dennis Holdren of Stockton, Calif. Dennis was the son of the late Guy and Nellie Holdren, formerly of Jewell County. Molly Dive l of Beloit spent several days of her Christmas vacation with her aunt, Judy Burchett. This reporter was pleasantly sur- prised when a friendknocked on the was 90 years old at the time of his door and presented her with a bowl of death. He is survived by his wife, Mary, Lutefisk (a Danish fish) The giver and and children, Charlie Modlin, Jerre Harding and Sylvia Musser. Friday, Dave and Alice Belden went to McCook, to visit Dave's cousin, Edith McCorkle. A former Burr Oak resident, Tina Wilden, was killed in auto accident near Smith Center last week. Her fu- neral was held Wednesday. Cliff and Glenny Barnes were Sat- urday evening visitors of Jeff and Diana Ord..They spent the evening visiting and playing cards. "A Clear New Year's Resolution" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Christian Church Sunday. His selected scriptures were Ephesians 3:1- 12 and Philippians 3:12-14. The pastor said, At this time of the year, we all begin thinking about making resolu- tions. One very clear resolution to make would be to vow to make a change for the better. To do that we can develop a positive outlook on life. We can feel good about ourselves because life is a precious gift that God has gwen us and because God loves us. We can develop a positive attitude towards our church whose primary goal is to bring the message of Jesus to the world. We can develop a positive attitude towards oth- ers by treating each other with love and I are probably the only ones in Jeweii area who enjoy the dish made at Christ- mas in Scandinavian countries. Mmmmmmmmmmmgood. Betty James has moved to the house she recently purchased on Lincoln Street Charlotte Snyder hosted a few friends for coffee on Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs, Shawn Harding and family of Larned called on Carol Bour- bon last Monday afternoon. Mike and Betty Harding of Mayetta were New Year's weekend guests of Carol and Marilyn Bourbon. Sharon Tullar had the misfortune of falling and breaking her hand. Ken and Carol Thompson of Bro- ken Arrow, Okla,, visited Lucile Ozmun a few days last week. Bo Gibson was a hospital patient last week and is expected to have sur- gery soon. Jeanine Seamans visited Joe and Nelli Burnham and watched the K- State ball game. Brennan and Brooke Williams of Kinsley were in Jewell for part of their school vacation visiting ,family and friends. On Sunday Rod Raffery and Waude respect. People need positive people in Underwood were dinner guestsof Ella their lives, 2011 can be the best year Rae Rafferty. Monday Rod Rafferty ever ... a year closer to heaven ........  Trust tle: ......... aiid" j'ii] U n def'ff6'6d iil I etl"on 'Ella Lord and love him. Rae. ... .'// p*//f /// ,//// lll ,/'//% ; ; / / <, / / 7//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /// ,. ,.,, ..... ...... "///////, .../.... ;////.,, We will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at public auction, the following property located at 3710 Hwy. 8 in Superior, Nebraska beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011 TRACT #1 DESCRIPTION: 1,232 Sq. ft. ranch style home with two bedrooms, living room, dining area, kitchen with oak cabinets and includes all appl!ances, main floor laundry, main bath, master bath and covered patio. Full finished basement with Tract 1 family room, bedroom, bath, office area storage room and service room. Home is all electric. Attached two car garage that is finished. Home is situated on approximately 30 acres with 1,600 sq. ft. shop building, 1,500 sq. ft. horse barn and 4,000 sq. ft. storage building. Home and al buildings are in EXCELLENT condition. Will be sold "as is" - "where is." No warranties expressed or implied. TRACT #2 . Approximately 22 acres more or less of irrigated farm ground. Water provided by Bostwick Irrigation District. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Pt. W 1/2 SW 1/4 in Sec. 30:1-6, Nuckolls, Neb. TAXES: 2010 and all prior years taxes will be paid by seller, 2010 taxes were $3,464.00 for both tracts TERMS: 20% down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and ii!! marketable title. If title insurance is used, seller and buyer will pay equally on the Tract 2 premium. iiiiiiii00iiii0000i0000iiii00iii00iiiiiiiiiii00i'i00i00ii00ili00i!iii:iii00i:i:i!i!i00, :00:,0000,00,diiiililili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii!i!i!i:iliiiii00iii00iii;!iiii00i0000!!i00iiii000000C ..:, ....... I!ii::iiiiiiiiii:;i:i:iiii::iiii:iiiiiiiiii!:!:iii:C:i!:!i/!iii: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .::....:::=::iiii::::i:::::?:i::i::i=:::=:;.-..::,: :i:;"?"!! " " " :'i;;#; .:;ii:! " , :';. '; ' .:i!; f.,; '" ....!:'?::' :?";: ";:..  .....'... '-::::..:. All statements herein are believed to be correct, However. the auction firm. sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or tmplied. All information was obtained from courthouse and government agency offices and are believed to be correct. ALL LICENSEES OF MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT For viewing, contact Gale Mikkelsen at 402-879-5666 or Corey Mikkelsen, 402-879-1504 Joe & Chris Barnason Sale conducted by: It/t Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer I 5 ] Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson PO Box 184, Superior, NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 E-mail: mikkelsenre@windstream.net Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com