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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 9, 1992 i (b00A-dal B ostwick News ternoon visitors of Gladys returned home Monday Shroyer Monday, Dec. 23. evening. Visitors the past week Supper guests Monday, Dec. were Mr. and Mrs. Reiman and " 23 at the home of Steven and Amber and Alan Hornbuseel, Jocelyn Shroyer, Blake and Burr Oak. Amber Reiman Philip were Mr. and Mrs. Jim visited Thursday and Friday. Slxty.flve Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Galen Grum- Schroeder family. ByeanaMaryHornbussel Steve Kutflek, Tom and Joe, Fockenandfamfly, Ansley, Don Sunday afternoon Mrs. Reiman Nuckolls County is 6,511 mert have moved from a farm Alexander Motors has pur- Boff and Dorothy Michaud, Omaha, andMr, and Mrs. Mark and Gladys Shroyer, Mr. and and Mrs. Hornbussel visited crows short since the bounty on north of town to Superior. He is chased the Schonscheck Motor Lincoln, were last Saturday and Miller and Alex, Grand Island. Mrs. Wendell Mohler and Ruth Hesser, Mankato. Other same went into effect April 1. employed at Huge Hatchery. Company and the Superior Sunday visitors at the home of The group went to Disneyland family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon guests were Brad and Cristen Wheeler Haines holds the Howard Madsen and James Chrysler Center. her parents, Roy and Alta and other sights in the area. Mohler and Phyllis Shroyer. Nell and Tyler, Winchester, record for killing the largest Bauer have enllsted in the army Margaret Rowley was in- Lewis. They celebrated Mr. Doris Hudson was a Sunday Christmas dinner guests at Kan. and Karl Hesser, number of crows, having turned and will leave Jan. 16 for in- stalled as queen of Job's Lewis' 89th birthday. Hissister, guest of Mr. and Mrs. War- the Don Shroyers were Mr. and Mankato. Mr. Reiman and the in 780 heads, duction. Daughters. Lynn Shambaugh, Superior, neking and Jennifer for a Mrs. Jim Focken and sons, Hornbaasels were at Kearney Miss Florence Lile went to The Superior cmlal has been Three of Jarinda Ebers' joined them. New Year's Day belated Christmas. Ansley, and Mr. and Mrs. Monday evening through News Rochester. Mrs. Bumgarner completed and water will he students will share a $1,500 visitors to celebrate his birth- Delmar and Marlene Shrontz Dennis Shroyer, Haley and Wednesday,, Mrs. Hornbussol will have charge of the available for 6,000 acres of scholarship for their first place day were Frank and Esther took their granddaughter, Jared, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. was a patient at Good millinery store during her irrigable land in July. entry in a recipe contest. Martin and Janet Hanson. Roy Christina Medina, Mankato, to Marlin Rothchild and Chad, Samarinta Hospital for tests. Traffic Court absence. Thirty Years Ago One Year Ago and Ruth Jemen, Lincoln, and Hastings Sunday. They saw the Aurora, were Dec. 29 supper New Year's dinner guests at Speeding: 1 The hospital board was The Nuckolls County court Dr. John Bleecker purchased Lynn Shambaugh, Superior, movie, "Beauty and the Beast." guests of the Don Shroyers. the home of Alfred and Agnes Mussman, $30; Jimmy pleased to have Lady Vestey, house and the Nelson schools the dental practice of the late visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ethel Westphal and Matt Butch Reiman took Edwin Miller and Jerry were Berniece $30; LeRoy W. ' endower of the new Brodstone were closed Tuesday because of Steve Coil, Mankato. Saturday afternoon, went to Lenexa, Kan,. last and Donna Mary Hornbussel to Miller, Vincent Miller, Deborah S. Cha Memorial hospital, at their a gas shortage. Some water Dr. Peter Morin is the first Everett and Nila Barf- weekend to visit Mrs. West- Kearney last Sunday for her Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. non Phillip A. meeting Saturday and Sunday. pipes froze in the courthouse, resident doctor to assist at the Imecht, Nelson, visited Elmer phal's brother, Lester Childers Monday medical appointment Rempe and family were af- Charles E. Mitq She and Lord Vestey had been Leon Morris, Superior school Superior Family Medical and Lorene Meyer last Satur- and Mrs. Childers. While there at an orthopedic clinic. They ternoon visitors. Charles E. Mi in New York on business and bus driver, did a good job of CenterandBrodstoneMemorial day morning. Saturday af- they attended the wedding of L. Snyder, f30; she came especially for the averting a serious accident Nuckolls County Hospital. ternoon Sharon and Doug Julie Childers, their grand- ,,. ,,o ,,,. , _,, $15; Shirley Baldridge, meeting here. They will meet in when a bus wheel came off. He The death of Pete Weber Dickinson and children, daughter. Matthew D. Florida and then to go Cuba was returning from Red Cloud caused fear of a bacterial Seward, visited her parents, Marlin and Lisa Meyer and  negligent driving, before returning to London. with a bus load of Pep Club epidemic. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer. Brooke, Cody were Sunday dinner costs. Fifty Years Ago girls. With a vote of 19-10, the Kara and Andrea Thomsen guests of his parents, Alfred and Gordon S. McKee, Richard McGaffey, Superior Major George Lawson citizens of Hardy approved a visited their grandparents Mary Ann Meyer, Nora. Last By NormaSerivner Mr, and Mrs. Gary Hobson and use of farm plate, postoffice clerk for 28 years, retired as station agent for the lott6ry in a special election. Friday and were their supper Sunday the Meyers were break- Randy Farrell is undergoing family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis costs. retired on New Year's. He will Missouri Pacific. Dale Erickson was appointed guests in Superior. Lorene fast guests of her mother, tests at Kansas City. Nelson, Belleville, and Mr. and Probate] be replaced by Lester Lake. The mothers and students of Conrtland rural mail carrier. Meyer and Barb Thomsen and Loretta Feistner, Nelson, in Rosie James has been a Mrs. Larry Hobson. Estate of Lydia S. Doris Hamel and die Oleson Triumph school honored their . " daughters attended Abdal Club honor of family membeis patient at the Republic County Guests during Christmas Order determining I Thursday at the home of Jean returning to thenr homes Hospital. Ella Norris, week of Mr. and Mrs. Bud assessing inheritance were married at the Nora teacher, Mrs. Robert Krakow, Superior " parsonage, on her birthday. | Schendt, Lawrence. following Christmas visits. Katherine Fike and Mildred Berggren were Mr. and Mrs. District Court The funeral for Aura A. Twenty. Years Ago Activities[ Jeff and Dyn Dee Wulf, Dusty New Year's Eve guests of Moore, who have been patients, Dan DeBose, Brawley, Calif., Mary Ann Biltoft vs. Tumbleson, 61, was held Jan. 4. The SHS Wildcats are ranked and Jesse, were Thursday Lester and Sherry Wissing have returned to their homes. Tim Derowitsch, Dodge City, Dean Biltoft. Gustave Catudal died in his No. 1 following a win over Calendar) evening visitors at the home of were Frank and Esther Martin, Mrs. Glenn Scrivner has been Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sumsey, marriage granted. home in California. He ran a Geneva. It was the largest -- Roy and Rose Mary Anderson, Alfred and Agnes Miller and a patient at Wesley Medical Sedalia, Mo.,Mr. and Mrs. RealEs jewelry and optical business crowd ever assembled to see a Friday, Jan. 10 Dawn, Chris, Troy and Gaff, Jerry, Helen Uhrmacher and Center, Wichita, and returned Lloyd Derowitsch and C.J., Gregory A. and here selling out to J. M. Silverin regular Superior High School 8:45 a.m., TOPS, 436 Com- Guide Rock. The Wulfs were Melvin Uhrmacher. home Friday. Bucklin, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young to Arthur J. the year 1908. basketball game. Joe Kinyonn mercial; 12:00, Kiwanis, Elks. New year's Eve guests at the The Delkas celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mikesell, Hayek, Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Lorine Cockroft. Lots 11 There was great rejoicing in dropped 25 counters and Jerry Monday, Jan. 13 home of Steve and Dixie Christmas at the Hardy Fire Stacey, Minn., and Mr. and Roger Swenson, Wesley and Block, O. T. Superior. Webher Monday when the long- Siebecker16 in the 63-59 victory. 3:30 p.m., Second grade Bargen, Superior. Hall last Sunday. Joining them Mrs. Jeff Thompson, Staci, Lyons, Kan. Mr. andMrs. Arthur J. and M. looked-for car of coal arrived. The world famous Browning Brownies, Centennial Lutheran New Year's Day guests at the were Don and Barb McCartney, Washington, D.C., were in Bob Cline, Thadd and Shelly, Cockrofl to Mitchie The coal sherage was quite family will present the program Church; 6:30 p.m., BPW, home of Nell and Barb Nelson, Berniece McCartney Wichita on New Year's Day to Belleville, Mrs. Laverne CherylM. Woerner. serious, during the annual Superior Leslie; 7:30 p.m., Tadmor No. Thomson, Brooke, Kara and and Ernie and Frances visit Kirk Johnson and Barbara Palecek, Munden, and Mr. and 12, Block 39, O. T. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Me- Chamber of Commerce 37; Damascus Council No. 14 Andrea were Arnold and Betty Warner, Red Cloud. Denning and other friends. Mrs. Gary Cline and Rana. Paul L. and Lois Farland and Mr. and Mrs. meeting, following Chapter meeting. Smith, Jim and Lorraine Smith, New Year's Day Olive Delka Bernice Thompson's holiday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hob- Doris M. Jones. Part .Baird McFarland returned Reslyn Wages will return to Tuesday, Jan. 14 Jessie and Michael and John accompanied Don and Alice guests were Mr. and Mrs. son, Lachelle, Stephen and Oakridge subdi' from a 10-day trip to Colorado. Lincoln to do graduate work in 2:30 p.m., Christian Women's and Linda Combs and Jon. Delka to Guide Rock to visit Ted Lorraine Nobert, Melissa and Tony, Wamego, and Mr. and SWV4NEV4, 25-1-7. Vernon and Lyman Peipho geography at the University. Club, Leslie; 2:00 p.m., Jerry and Ferric Combs and Myrtle Delka and their Chad, Gering, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. RyanHobson, Manhattan, Doroth looked after the farm in their Ten Years Ago Overeaters Anonymous, acompanied John and Linda guests, Leo and Lisa Delka and Melvin Cailtuex and Cherie, were Saturday until Wednesday Waiters. Undivided absence. The Santa Fe is now using a hospital; 7:30 p.m., Alzheimers Combs to Concordia Saturday Thomas, Rend, Nev. Cheyenne, Wyo., Shawn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry interest in NWl/4 3-4-5. Forty Years Ago computer system to record & Related Disorders Support afternoon to watch Amber's Clarence and Ila Wilton Cailtenx, Pueblo, Colo., and Hobson. Samuel P. Baird, Clarence Gharring has been train movements. Gene Mount Group, Baptist Church. basketball game. visited their son, Gilbert and Judy Serra, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Christmas week guests of Mr. Samuel P. Baird. Part named chairman of the is the Superior agent. Wednesday, Jan, 15 New Year's Eve guests of Roberta Wilton and their family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark, and Mrs. Andy Thompson were and 16, Block 38, O. T. Nuckolls County board of A pipeline rupture left 5:45 p.m., TOPS, 436 Corn- Dennis and Stacey Shroyer at Denver a week at Christmas. Manhattan, were Friday Danny Thompson, Atlanta, Ga., Kim I. Deehring, et commissioners. Lawrence residents without mercial; 6:30 p.m., Weight were Marlin and Lisa Meyer Harold and Lorna Wilton joined visitors of Glenwood Freed. Mr. and Mrs. Brad VanMeter, Samuel P. Baird. Part Uncle Sam calls ll m0re from drinking water. Watchers, hospital; 7:30, and Kelly and JudyBaker. them for Christmas and they Mrs. Tony Reed and Linda Mr, andMrs. Gerry Thompson, and16, Block38, O.T. Teri Pond and Arnie returned home with them. Mr. county. Leaving Wednesday The winter storm claimed the Prepared Childbirth, hospital Leland, Tulsa, and the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Bank Building Co. to i were Donald Mosier, Clifford life of James Biltoft, 87. He conference room. Svoboda, Lawrence, were New and Mrs. Wilton and Gall Allen Phillips visited Mrs. Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Chris P" Baird. Lots 9, 10, 11, Grove, Leonard Wortman, froze to death after leaving his Thursday, Jan. 16 Year's Day guests of Dennis Hudiburgh and Faythe Glenn Scrivner at the Wesley Freed and Chelsea. Ethel S/z Lot 8, Block 27, Edward Crandell, Gene pickup. 3:30-5:00, Fifth grade Girl n-oyers. Hudiburgh were New Year's Medical Center Thursday. Modlin, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Superior. Malsbury, Robert Trublood, Kimberly White was the first Scouts, Centennial Lutheran Mrs. Donnie Rowley, Carsen Day visitors at Harold Wiltons. Bryan Scrivner, Houston, was Isaacson, Kathryn Kirk, John and Kyle Burt to John Hlavac, Wendell Lowery, baby born in the new year. She Church; 6:30 p.m., Smokers and Brett, were New Year's Mr. and Mrs. Clarence in Wichita for a week. Scandia, Danielle Thompson, and Janet L. Eggers. Delvin Whiteley, Orville Rose is the daugilter of Gina and Anonymous, hospital ;7-9 p.m., Day afternoon and evening Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christmas Day dinner guests Bollewe, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Block 3, Second Hi, and Lawrence Sasse. David White. Grief Support, Senior Building; guests of her parents, Lester Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. Roger of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hobson Arnold, Lindsborg, Kirk Estates, Quy Five Years Ago 7:30 p.m., Garden Club, Senior and Sherry Wissing. Wilton Sr. had supper at were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and Barbara Denning, Superior. "'"'" A car train accident at the Citizens Room, City Saturday afternoon Mr/ and Superior Friday. The group Hobson and family, Wamego, Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Frank tf KRFS - west edge of Davenport killed Auditorium; 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Rowley and sons had a returned to the clarence Wilton Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Hobson, Nanne and Kanya, Minburn, Nebraska home where they were joined by Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Iowa,, Leigh. and -Amanda O!1 milllr three children of the Russell Rehekahs. belated Christmas and t. AM |800 .... j .... exchange with his parents, Dewayne and Colleen Barleen,` Hobson and, family, .Mr. and G.ttten,.! Heili;, Thompson; '. .... " ,"=ffi.. : ...... ....  ..... ' ..... "i t , and Mrs. Walter  Rowley., St. Paul, for a card party. The Mrs.Elden Colburn and family;, Thompson,Mtlattaff;'Mr:andBaldwin, 'Mrs. Joe Mid-westernChfldrei"'aiXistatesadUltS Tibbetts FisCher Hardy. They were joined by Barleens were weekend guests, and Mirriam Nelson, Belleville. Mr. and 00ountry 104 FM Brent and LeAnn Mumm and The Clarence Wiltons and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Larson Mrs. Chris Mikesell, Stacy, about Nebraska's (Stereo) Furmture 00mily, Chester. The group had Barleens were Saturday supper and family were Christmas Day Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and famous a care supper together. The guests of Harold Wiltons. Terry geusts of Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Washington, D.C., through the ., News " Flexsteel " La-Z-Boy Mtanms returned home with the McCutcheon and Shane, Burr Kemper, Logan. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pagel, Gillette Dairy. As Rowleys for the evening. Oak, visited later that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swanson, Delani, Alex and Spencer, tribution to the Weather i :1 , t Broyhill Scaly Vic and Marilyn Bargen and Sunday the Clarence Wiltons, Matt and Evan left Sunday Friend. celebration, Gillette Local and  Kendra visited her father, Barleens and Roger Jr. and morning for Christmas week Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Huff- producing milk Regional Sports Interior Design Charley Mosier, at Blue Valley Kristen Wilton were dinner with Janice Stendahl and other man, Ponca City, Okla., Mr. featuring short histories Paul Harvey  Service Nursing Home, Hebron, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger relatives at Whitehall, Wis. and Mrs. Loy Huffman, Russell, Oregon Trail, the Markets .  . : _ afternoon. Wilton sr. They celebrated Bryan Scrivner, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry press, the Mormon J J Lesvand Carol Warneking and Roger Jrs'., birthday: Sunday Texas, and Mrs. Glenn Scrivner Johnson, Courtland, were the Lewis and Clark Partyline j 1913-527-2211l Jennif#r bad early Christmas morning a telephone call at the visited Ruth N. Johnson at Sunday, Dec. 23 dinner guests of THey will also , with his mother, Katie War- Clarence Wilton home came Cheynne Lodge, Jamestown, Edna, Deb and .Jonathan series on milk cartons n neking,.Friday, Dec. 20. Mr. from the Barleen's daughter, Thursday. Johnson. THe Huffmans were depicts famous and Mrs. Warneking and Joy, stationed in Saudi Arabia. Saturday evening guests of here to attend the funeral of These will include Jennifer and Doris Hudson were She told her mother and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Colburn their sister-in-law, Helen onWillaCather Complete Farm Machinery vacation in Orlando, Fla., grandmother sho would he back and family at Belleville were Huffman, Haddam, Monday. Susan LaFlesche Dec. 2-20. They were joinod by at her base in California Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobson Christmas week guests of Malcolm X, Buffalo "" Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rothfuss Monday. and family, Wamego, Mr. and Edna Johnson, Deb and John G. Neihardt, J. Dispersal ,0000kUCTION and Francie, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Swanson was an af- Mrs. RyanHobson, Manhattan, Jouathan were Mr. and Mrs. Morton, and Lady .. Scott Hobson, Mandy, Jason Vestey. Ice cream and MacKenzie, Superior, Mr. also will be graced with and Mrs. Gary Johnson, of Nebraska as part of Christopher, Jeremiah and festivities. Ry andCberyandFamyaredsonnuingtheirfarmngperouandwofetheir Superior Learning Center Betsey, Hiawatha, Mr. andYrs. Gillette Dairy has longl machinery to the highest bidder at public auction, located at the farm, 3n, miles south of the I / 81 Larry Johnson, and George booster for development llighway Junction and ltebron, Nebraska on Stromberg, Courtland, Mr. and in Nebraska. The " u z'rue'la", J zWanuar" - - 992 Central Community College will offer more than 100 college credit Mrs. Dan Arnold, Lindsborg, given the "Friend of courses through the Superior Learning Center during the spring '92 Kirk Johnson and Barbara award by the Nebraska Denning, Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. industry for active Starting promptly at 1 1:30 A.M. Lunch on grounds semester. Courses will be offered in the following areas: Frank Nanne and Kanya, Celebrate '88. Not many small items - plan to be on timel General Education ......... M&R  ............ Accounting Minburn, Iowa, Lei Amanda Gritten, M Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stl and Alexia, Concordia, Blecha, Rodney and ] Kansas City, Randy a i By A Bleeha, Hays, Roherli " A post held last and Susan, Norton, Farlee, Republic, and] Mrs. Bud White, Scand TRACTORS PI.ANTING & TILI.AGI MISCELLANEOUS Agriculture e, IHC 1979-3588 2+2, 4800 hours, EQUIPMENT Electric fertilizer 12 volt pump Bookkeeping and Tax oervice 18.4-38 rubber, duals rear, 4 IHC 800 Cycle Air Planter-6R30" with cab mount flow control Business and Management , hydraulics, cab-air & heat, with mode] ,900 runners and John Blue 6R fertilizer squeeze Offering Electronic Filing for 1991 Tax tractor had new motor at ll00 discs, 3 drums, IHC Cycle- pump Commercial Horticulture hours miter Ill 6R monitor & furrow 30 gal. chemical inducter tank Communications 3rd and Bloom - P.O. Box 424 IHC 1977 - 1486, 18.4-38 rubber, openers with attachments Superior, Neb. 68978 -- Phone: 402-879-4764 duals, 4617 hours, weights, IHC 1989 End Wheel Drill-Model 2 - Briggs 3 h.p. transfer pumps Education cab-air & heat, rear wheel 5100 with liquid fertilizer, like 1 set of 100 & 150 gallon saddle --- --.MarHvn Peterson weights, tractor has been new, clean tanks with brackets, fits IHC Fine and Performing Arts completely gone through in ttiniker 6R30" high trash ridge 20' spray boom last two seasons till cultivator with rotary hoes Anhydrous bracket & knives for Home Economics Tax Consultant 8 sets a Iac V moon rear wheel Mode| 5000 21', 490 disc Mathematics weights Lilliston 6R30" Cultivator- Model 4 - Caldwell "J" roof vents 66-10, heavy shank style with I0 hp. Wisconsin gas motor Phybical Education and Recreation COMBINE shields IHC hydraulic cylinder - 3z x 8" ItlC 1978 - 1460 (new 466 motor Nobel harrow - 30', 5 sections, Trojan /Blue LP, tank heater Practical Nursing in 1990), bin extensions, 24.5-32 hydraulic lift on cart Telescoping silage end gates - rubber, hydro, tat gone thru, Bush Hog disc chisel- Model 1550 universal fit, like new Psychology new rasp bars, wheel ext. fit Massey Ferguson Field Culti- 1- 100 gal. pickup fuel tank with Secretarial Science   30" row, 2 sets of concaves- cater - 28', Model 259, heavy electric pump corn & small grains built with harrow attachment 540 RPM belt drive sprayer Social Science  (={llllll Model 863 IHC corn head IHC Disc - Model 490, 21' with 9" pump  _ __ _______ Model St0 IHC ridged platform spacings, hydraulic fold 2 - Large water tanks, 1400 gal. with hume & bat reels I - Round bale trailer type feeder 4 bale capacity TRUCK & GRAIN CART Thermostatic contru,ed wood The Superior Learning Center will begin Second Semester classes Thursday, Jan. 16 AUGER burning stove Koyker57, long,SUperlike85C'8"newPTOconditiondrive' 1972andChevrolethoist C50 with 15' box Various smaller farm related Monday, Jan. 13, 1992. The center will be open Monday nights from 7 9, a.rn. - 12 Noon . BJM 400 bushel Grain Cart-axles items, machinery parts, some to 10 p.m. You may begin classes any night the Learning Center is Senior Citizens' Center Electric drill fill auger extended to fit 30" rows fencers and posts ........ open. A special registration session will be conducted during an Open city Auditor'urn; Superior, Nab. ......... BALER, .... I AUC.TIONI':ER'.S NOTE: Randy & Cheryl have taken good care of their / House beginning at 7 p.m., on Monday, Jan. 13, at the Superior High " Jim Caba JU Mone| ; smart square vmer .... ' ! farm machinery. This Is a total dispersal. All items sell to the highest I twine tie -  bidder I School Business Department. For more information, call Gary Kile, *Service on oil mokes & models SH I II ' ] TERMS: C' or good cheek; I.D. required for bidder's number. All property at bidder', risk when bid off. I 402"879"3807. Adult Basic Education courses also are availablethrough Botteries & Accessories lNo property removed nnti[l settled for. Not responsible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take | Iprecedeace,over printed advertising. , ..... J the learning center. The courses prepare students to earn a high school Owners diploma through General Education Development tests. M NlradeT E f/. /REs  Randy &Cheryl Hissong ,.o,, 7...,, O (ntrd (ommunity C0119 For.appointment, Call Sale Conducted By: BRAD ELTING 8 CO. 800-642-6197 145 North 4th Street, llebron, Nebraska 402-768-7270 office  402-365-7656 evenings Offiee in Koamey, Grand Island, North P1e, l-lel AUCTIONEERS: Brad Elting and Gale Mikkelsen U,lt9,1l0a=l.