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Mankato By Elaine Thomas Nikki Ost began the service at Har- mony United Methodist Church Sun- day with announcements. Included was the announcement that Jan. 18 will be UMW Sunday. All UMW members are asked to make a special effort to be present. The worship began this first Sunday after Epiphany with a prelude, "O Master, Let Me Walk with Thge," played by organist Pat Grout. Brecken Schulda lit the altar candles. In his children's message Rod Rose, lay speaker, talked about how sometimes when we don't expect it, the devil will try to trick us into doing wrong. But God is with us and will help us to resist the trick. Special music was the Good Times Quartet, Jon and Rosalie Menhusen and Allen and Elaine Smith. They sang "His Eye is on the Spar- row." The moming scripture was Mat- thew 2:1-12, the story of the visit of the Wise Men. In his sermon, lay speaker Rose spoke about the vision of the Wise Men. Many other people in the Bible have received revelations from God. It took much faith and great cour- age to follow God's direction in spite of hardship and great difficulty. It also took love for God and willingness to listen to Him. God's Holy Spirit prompts us to pay attention to God's message for us. God will give us the courage to follow these prompts if we will ask for it. Pastor Gerry Sharp and lay speaker Rose led in the celebration of holy communion with the assistance of Drew Beam. Falling temperatures helped me put this column to bed with it being 12 degrees. The weather man tells us we can expect to wake to four degrees Tuesday morning. Be advised that influenza has hit our area, so take all the precautions you can. The celebrating of Jennie Blair's 80th birthday started last Friday evening in the Caribou Room of the Buffalo Roam. Her children, Barbara Petersen, Fountain Hills, Ariz.. Carole and Ron Simon, Rick and Becky Blair, Mary and Doug May, Mt. Hope; hosted a dinner with children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and cousins attend- ing. Monday afternoon a party was held at Long Term Care of the Jewell County Hospital with friends and cous- ins attending. Sharon and Willie Beckley returned home Sunday from Oklahoma where they had celebrated Christmas and New Year's with their daughter and son-in- law. Jean Michael was in Grand Island last Saturday to celebrate Christmas at the home of Scott and Carmen Renz. 1958 and Donna graduated with the Class of 1962. Willie and Sharon Beckley took Joy Hancock to Salina Tuesday for her check-up following surgery. She got a good report and is home doing well. Leroy and Marilyn Eaton went to S alina last Wednesday to visit Cortney and Jason Garwood, Rylee and Harper. While they were om to lunch Cortney received a telephone call that her fa- ther, Mark Jeffery, had been hospital- izedin Superior with asuspected stroke. The Jeffery children, Ross, Jacie Fimer and Cortney were all with their dad and his wife, Sherri, at the hospital. Sherri said Monday that Mark is home and will be having further tests this week. He is doing well. Linda Hancock was an overnight hospital patient at Beloit Tuesday fol- lowing surgery. She was able to return home Wednesday. Cynthia and Dave Ortman were happy to share the news of her first great-nephew. James Phillip was born to Josey and Alex Thompson, Texas, last Wednesday afternoon. Shelia Diamond went to Dodge City Wednesday and was an overnight guest of her sister, Sandy Foster. Thursday she went on to Ulysses to stay a few days with her dad, Ralph Hooton. Jan. 9, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Michael K. Eckhardt was presented with the Order of Saint George Medal- lion, the top award given to members of the Army's mounted force by the Calvary and Armor Association of the United States Army. LTC Rick Zampelli nominated Mike and chose to present the award as a surprise dur- ing a special ceremony. The award is given to acknowledge valorous and exemplary service as a Senior Warrant Officer in the 17th Calvary Regiment during combat operations. Mike was humbled and grateful for this honor. Mike has 21 years as an active member of the military and is currently sta- tioned at Ft. Bragg, N.C. He is married to Suzanne Cowan Eckhardt and they have three children: Sydney, Allison and Sean. Mike' s parents are Rick and Lora Lehrling, Mankato, John Eckhardt, Holstein, Neb., and he is the grandson of Pete Princ, Lebanon. According to Ashley Clark, our little buddy, Levi, is feeling well and hoping to stay that way. His parents would like to remind everyone of the importance of keeping Levi healthy and the dan- gers of the influenza and other sick- ness going around. They don't want to sound overbearing or mean but they can't downplay it either. For this little guy something a healthy person can get over in a few days or a week can land Levi in the hospital for multiple days, cause more infections, even death. Darrell Wagner of Wagner's Har- vesting was selected to the U.S. Cus- tom Harvesters Hall of Fame. He has been in the custom harvesting business for 50 years. Frank and Nadine Railsback went to Louisburg for the weekend where they joined Julie Railback, Kansas City, and Suanne's parents of Oklahoma at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Railsback and Claire. The group celebrated Claire's Jan. 12 birthday a few days early. Claire was scheduled for ear surgery Monday. Mary Rothchild was recognized this week for her 25 years of service to Jewell County. She is a police dis- patcher at the sheriff" s office. Sunday visitors of James and Letha Garst were Laura Shipman and Noah, Stephan Santhoff, Mark Boiler, Eliza- beth Saathoff, Cadence and Caleb, Miles Bauer, Sara Bauer and McKinna, Scan Saathoff, Alton, Seth Saathoff, Beloit. A concerned citizen notified the Jewell County Record office Monday of a scum that is working the area of Mankato. According to the caller, if you get a letter to pay money to get money, the Jewell County Sheriff's Office advised them this is a scam. Randall By Fawna Barrett The postal service has decided to let the Randall Post Office maintain the present schedule until Feb. 7. Vickie Fenner stayed Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Cliffand Nevada Vetter. Sunday, Elaine and Dan Peters and Anthonella brought part of the dinner and stayed the after- noon while the women were working on some sewing projects. Janea and William Peters were afternoon callers. Ila McElroy accompanied Judy Zimmer and Opal McElroy to a revival at the Simpson Ministry building Sat- urday afternoon. Larry Flinn had spe- cial music. Others attending were Carol Flinn and the Shaun Kibbe family. Larry and Carol had come to Beloit earlier last week. Luke Peters and his cousin, Matt Peters, plus four other guys are snowboarding in Colorado for a few days. There was a skiffof snow early last Wednesday morning. There were sev- eral days of below freezing tempera- tures with sub-zero wind chills at night during the week. Several from the Randall area at- tended'the pancake dinner in Jewell Sunday. David McMillan stayed the week- end with his parents, Barb and Alan McMillan. Saturday, Dan and Elaine Peters attended a surprise 60th birthday party for a f"wst cousin of Dan' s at Miltonvale. After church that evening, they called Joining them were the Cory Renz fam- If you or someone you are in close on friends in Beloit. ily, tlaeB.retRenz fatUity, and Scott's ContaEtwillhinc0fitactwithLeViand. A f0 _r!ner Randall resident, Cindy , t', motheiy L0u Rn, Rtiskin.  ' you ve had'si*on"ofv l]ihess]ethis DeLe0ii; C6i{bbrdia, continues to fight Tfi6Tahafly of Spidi-"d Loi'6tm parents, teacheror daj'care provider health pr51ehas which tkrted in De- Hiatt gathered at the home of Susan know. cember. and Jim Peterson to celebrate their family Christmas. Alice Kinsey was a guest. Sherry Partridge and Cade Huncovsky were in Salina Monday where Cade had a check-up following his recent surgery. Complete recovery will take some time but he is home and doing well. He is looking forward to being back at work at Kiers after this week. Funeral services were held Wednes- day morning for Mrs. LeRoy (Donna Briggs) Meier at the Lutheran Church in Mankato. Donna died at her home Danyelle Murray and Dan Garman, Sylvan Grove, were Friday afternoon callers on Virginia and Dave Pettit. Guests of Audrey Diamond Friday evening were Mary Powell, Jean Michael, Wilbur and Betty Becker. Friends received word of the death Of Deidra Blecha Edwards, Manhat- tan, Wednesday. She is survived by a daughter who is scheduled for surgery in Kansas City so serVices will be held at a later date. Deidra graduated from MHS with the Class of 19741 A nice crowd gathered at the fire station Saturday afternoon to join the Panorama By Fawna Barrett . Brr! Cold was the word last week. Mornings stay dark and if the sun can shine, it has a slow start. Old timers say the days grow longer one chicken foot a day. Well, let me tell you, those chickens have very tiny feet if that saying is true. The only recompense for the cold was acouple of awesome sunrise skies. Every shade of yellow, pink, purple and red stream across the eastern pale Jan. 3 after fighting a battle with can- firemen and their wives, members of bluesky proclaiming thecoming of the cer. Funeral services were held Tues- day in Minneapolis for Wanda Briggs Mauk, an older sister of Mrs. Meier, who died Jan. 1. Both women grew up him well in his retirement. and attended school in Mankato. Wanda was a member of the Class of the civ council the ma" or and ci"" sun. Laced by the black branches of y , y ty ,rlrnlnitr,tar ta thank Llo,,d Johnson trees, the feast of color overcomes the ..................  mougrtts ........ or me mgi'(1 air for his 41 years of service on the __ . " . , ..... .  -- = .... It we were tortunate, mere nave wmnKato tire uepartment anu to wlsn , , . him well in his retirement, oeen some. s .pectacux sunsets try!ng to outdo the beauty ot melr morning Nathan Hilligas and Ashley, Hays, counterpart visited Mary Powell Sunday. A / / A Jldlfro m=e =.- =-- m= e' e,m=e e  =Express" your love to a special child by placing his orher photograph in The Valentine Express! In nd name BARN PHONE 785-37t3-3283 and address of grandparents, Please submit only photographs for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. Some photography companies, such as Olan Mills and Choice Printing and Photography do NOT allow newspapers to publish photographs without first obtaining written permission. By submitting a photograph and signingthe authorization, you are allowing the newspaper permission to publish the picture as part of the Valentine Express feature. The picture will not be used elsewhere without your permission. I agree to the terms outlined above: Signature Child's Name Burr Oak Bob Hines and Cliff and Glenny Barnes had lunch at a Mankato restau- rant Wednesday. Former Burr Oak resident,' Eric Aspegren, died last Wednesday. Eric was the only child of Margaret and Art Aspegren. He was a graduate of Burr Oak High School with the Class of 1967. By Glennys Barnes . / as He did. It is a mystery why God chose Paul, a former Jewish zealot, persecutor of early Christians, for the job of taking the gospel to the Gentiles. No matter how many times we hear the mystery story about God's plan to of- fer salvation to all people through Jesus Christ, it never gets old. In heaven there is only one price for a ticket, the blood of Christ and everyone gets the The monthly meeting and supper of best seat -- eternity in heaven. In a m:B wUr ?ak city d r,aal f'hm2 short business meeting, it was approved ., ,.", .... /" ..... ' ",,",'5' u'.to send a check for $500 to the Burr mree omerent, soups ann= a rensn" tray;, uax-- omm unit-y L':br-y to hel-v with those attendmg devot some txme tr,': ,--:,-fin ~ fundraiser There will checkin ...... .., vu uu,u  g me eqmpment Attenamg . , " " "" when the w ....... " ..... also de a ousmess meeting ere t4uennn unuerwooa, xm rlarns, congregation has its birthday Sunday Cheryl Hillman, Steve and Tummy refreshment time. Cosand, Tom Harris, Walter Wilson, David and LoriBarnes, Smith Cen- John Tucker, Tim Warner, Cody ter, Corie and Steffen Barnes, Red Volker, Bryan Boyles and Mike Har-* ris.  Cloud,!Cliff and Glenny Barnes had CliffBarneshadadoctor'sappoint- lunch'together at a Red Cloud restau- mentin Red Cloud Thursday morning, rant Sunday. Afterwards, Cliff and Afterwards they had lunch at a Red Glenny visited in the Darin Barnes Cloud restaurant with Diana Ord, ruraI home, stopped by the hospital to visit Guide Rock, Keller and Keeper Ord, Diana Ord who was on duty, and also Kyle Ord and Katie Mason, RedCloud.'visited Corie Barnes, Austin In the evening Cheryl Hillman, Jessica Manchanthasouk and Steffen Barnes Barnes and Brynlee Manning visited at their Red Cloud home. in the Barnes home and played cards. Elizabeth Wilson, Brooklyn, N.Y., was a Thursday afternoon visitor of her grandparents, Robert and Lola Wil- son. John and Sue Tucker began their 50th anniversary celebration by serv- ing cake and buying the drinks at the local cafe Friday morning. Jeff Ord, rural Guide Rock, and Cliff and Glenny Barnes drove to Kenesaw Saturday morning to watch granddaughter, Paisley Ord, play her first basketball game. Paisley is a third grader at the Red Cloud Elementary School. Following the game, Jeff, Cliff and Glenny went to Hastings where they had lunch and did some shopping before returning home. Family members of John and Sue Tucker who came for their 50th wed- ding celebration at the VFW in Smith Center Saturday evening were Eddie Tucker, Phillipsburg; Carolv- - In the absence of Judy Donley, Anne Oliver lead the yoga class Monday afternoon. Attending were Louise Korb, Anne Oliver, Pat Anderson, Cheryl Hillman; Peggy Wilson and Glenny Barnes, : : Ionia ROd Rose brought the Sunday mom- ing message at Ionia United Methodist Church. The message was "Epiphany," the revelation of the birth of Christ. Scripture read was Matthew 2:1-16. Brad and Linda Kohn were the greet- ers and Brad was the usher. Clarabelle Hajny was the pianist. Later, Rod and Rita Rose went to Mankato where Rod brought the message at Harmony United Methodist Church. On Sunday, there will be a commu- nity pancake and sausage dinner be- ginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Ionia United Methodist Church annex. The church Eddie Adams, Wellsville; Chailyn will be furnishing the meal. Cummings, Edmond, Okla.; Cameron Frank and Pat Diemart visited Cecil Adcox, Westminster, Colo.; Leola Hillman this week. Pat reported Cecil Brown and Dianna Sneed, Nickerson; Feryl Boyd and Georgia Bateman, Cimarron; Tom and Geneva Tucker, Lawrence. Also attending were sev- eral cousins and other relatives. Ariel and Ashlyn Christensen, Oak, and Brynlee Manning had supper and visited a few hours with their great- grandmother, Cheryl Hillman, Satur- day. Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Glenny Barnes, Bob Hines and Sandra Billenwillms all attended the 50th wed- ding celebration for John and Sue is doing well. Leon Boden helped with the Jewell American Legion' s annual pancake and sausage dinner held at the Jewell Com- munity Center on Sunday. Sunday, Pastor Gerry and Susan Sharp, Rod and Rita Rose and Allen and Elaine Smith had lunch together at a cafe in Mankato. Sunday, Roger and Arrilla Fedde had lunch at the American Legion pan- cake and sausage dinner in Jewell. Monday, Leon and Karen Boden attended the monthly meeting of the Tucker in Smith Center Saturday Compassionate Friends in Salina. evening. ' Saturday night, Rod and Rita Rose "Solying the Mstery" was the titl e : and Di. ['!loria'Shlaefli had sup- of Richard Cox's message at thechris-per at a, jiie#ln Beloti[, after which they tian Church Sunday morning. His se- attended the movie, "Unbroken." lected scripture readings were Ephesians 3:2-12 and portions of Psalm 72. Historically, some things are a mys- tery to us. If we have not wimessed an event ourselves we have to have faith that the information we receive is cor- rect. In the scripture readings, the apostle Paul tells how we solve the mystery of how God planned to turn the heathens, known at that time as the Gentiles, into His followers. The solu- tion to the mystery is called "grace.", God sacrificed His own Son to save everyone on earth. It is a mystery why Jesus would accept the job and suffer Thursday, Janua 15,2015 by Travis' parents, Pat and Sue Shea. Attending were friends and family in the area. Travis and Erica were mar- ried in Washington last month. Sunday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli attended a potluck dinner at Olive Hill Church. Northbranch By Erma Dillon Ardean Jeffery is back home in his apartment after a few days in the hos- pital with a cold which might have led to pneumonia. Marry visited him one day last week. Walt Willitts and son, Drak, drove to Adrian, Mich., last week because of the declining health of Walt's mother. Upon their arrival, she rallied a bit, but still remains very ill. The Highlanders Club met at a cafe in Red Cloud at noon Thursday for lunch and their regular meeting. Jean Davis was among those attending. Mark Jeffery stayed a few days last week at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior after suffering a stroke. Doctors discovered he was dealing with A-fib, an irregular heart rhythm, and are attempting to regulate it with medi- cations. Mark returned home Satur- day. His sisters, Jennifer Woods of Kansas City and Juel and Randy Hughes of Royal, were here for a couple of days. Glen and Patsy traveled to Salina on Wednesday where they met their son, Alan, and went on to Wichita to their son, Kevin's. They met Ashley and David Beier for supper that evening and then stayed the night at Kevin's. Thursday they attended the funeral of Patsy's aunt, Margie Mendenhall Burde, returning home following the funeral. Alan Warner came to his parents' home to hunt, but he didn't find the weather conducive to hunting and re- turned to his home on Saturday. Edward and Jeri Shute have been ill with the flu. Edward was taken to the Red Cloud hospital on Tuesday evening and then to Mary Lanning in Hastings. Following tests it was determined he had heart blockages and was taken to Lincoln where, at this writing Sunday evening, plans are for him to have surgery Monday morning for several blockages. Some of his family, Karla and Jay Essmiller, JulieWheeler, Steve Shute and Tom Shute, have been with this special couple some or all of the time. About 35 family members came to the Northbranch cemetery Saturday af- temoon for the burial of Betty Ruth and Ernie Foster. Following the graveside service and burial they went to the fellowship hall at the church where they were served a light meal and stayed quite a while, learning from the locals more about their mother, grandmother and .gr)eatgrandmother THE SUPERIOR EXPRE8 r -..-.,,=..,.. end were Dianne and Grog Fenster at Steve Dillon of rural Haysvill,, Eria and Michael Williams and Benjamin and Abby and Austin Sharp of Wichita.  Joining them for supper Saturday evening were John Parsons and Joyce McNichols. Janel and Phil Harms and Isaac were unable to come because Isaac had the flu for a couple of days. Sunday the family attended church at Northbranch and stayed for the carry- in dinner following the morning wor- ship service. They all returned to their homes Sunday afternoon. Ed Snyder of Lovewell was a Satur- day afternoon visitor of John Parsons. Lonnie Arrants is the Sunday morn- ing greeter for the month of January at Northbranch Friends. Pastor Jon Harkness opened the Sunday morning worship service at Northbranch Friends Church by giving announcements, not- ing several special prayer requests, offering prayer for needs notedt)r un- listed. Musicians were Erma Dillon, Liz Jeffery and Lonnie An'ants. Serv- ing as ushers were Brad Jeffery, Kermit Jeffery and Tim Warner. A vocal duet was provided by Dianne Feaster and Steve Dillon, accompanied by their mother, Erma Dillon. Pastor Jon's ser- mon text was Isaiah 43: 18, 19. His sermon theme was about the idea of looking back, .as through the rear view mirror whiledriving a vehicle. Henoted there is some .merit to looking back on 2014 to see where we have been, but we should not dwell on the past. In, stead we should look forward to the future and where God wants to lead us in 2015. A time of open worship was observed, giving those who wished an opportunity to share a blessing or a need. Pastor Jon closed the service and offered a prayer of grace for the noon meal which followed. It was good to have college student Callum McNichols home for the holidays and in the service. Visitors in the service were Abby and Austin Sharp, Erin and Michael Williams and Benjamin, Steve Dillon, Dianne and Greg Fenster. New Yorker files lawsuit seeking undecillion award The dictionary defines the word "undecillion" as a cardinal number rel resented by one followed by 36 zeros, according to the Association of Ma- ture American Citizens. It also is the dollar amount sOught by a disgruntled New Yorker who sued the city and several other named and unnamed respondents for what the New York Post described as a "fabulously frivolous" variety of claims.. They included a dog bite while riding a bus and invasion of privacy when he was allegedly photographed by an uniden- tified woman while being treated at a local hospital. '" The shitcertainly ranks .as one.of and her family who lived in the oddgt lawsuits of 2014, ifnotthe Northbranch. ...... most ridiculous (the year. As the Saturday, Robert and Jennifer Th- Coming to help John Dillon cel- newspaperpointedout, there is not that ompson, Drake and Mason, Beloit, vis- ebrate his 851h birthda_y over the week- much money on planet Earth. ited at the home of Frank and Pat DiemarL Friday, Rod and Rita Rose had sup- ?per with Pastor Gerry 'and Susan Sharp at a cafe in Mankato. Saturday, Chad and Pam Carter vis- ited at the home of Coke and Wanetta Wright. They had supper together. Curt and Maureen Shoemaker and Neva Shoemaker drove to Lawrence Saturday to attend the wedding recep- tion fdr Travis and Erica Engelbert of Denver, Colo. The reception was hosted M0numv M00ms.Bacm.Puc00 LUSHTs.P00ou=s Providing you with customer satisfaction, quality products and outstanding customer service. 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Friday, Jan. 9 99 Winchester saddle ring carbine (9508xx); Winchester Model 1890 22WRF 18 Mix Heifers 389 295.00 23 BIk Steers 686 239.50 (5721xx);Winchestermode10622S-L-R(1159xx);Wifichester189022(4609xx); 20 BIk Heifers 686 228.00 23 Mix Steers 663 239.00 Winchester189022L(6647xx);Colt44cal(49xx); 1892WinchesterSRCsaddle 29 Mix Heifers 624 226.50 2;1 Mix Steers 703 235.75 ring 44 (49xx); Winchester 7D3 44-40 (1218xx) Springfield model 83 22; 94 33 BIk Heifers 644 225.00 21 BIk Steers 717 234.75 Winchester 30-30 carbine scope (346X)i 1890 Winchester 22 short (6364xx); 22 Mix Heifers 663 221.00 30 BIk Steers 776 230.10 30 BIk Heifers 684 215.00 52 Mix Steers 792 227.OO Winchester 30-30 Centennial 66 brass receiver (110xx); 97 Winchester 12 gage 16 Char Heifers 746 "212.50 17 BIk Steers 812 224.00 (3498xx); 94 Winchester W30 WCF (7977xx); Winchester 62 A 22 (6497xx): 24 Mix Heifers 639 211.50 19 Char Steers 785 223.00 42 Mix Heifers 716 208.00 1t7 Mix Steers 867 218.50 Browning light weight over under (102xx); Remington 22 S Gallery Special 58 Mix Heifers 743 205.50 18 BIk Steers 879 218.25 (5201xx); Mode19022WRF2020;Winchestermodel222(6923xx);Winchester 19 BIk Heifers 763 205.00 18 Mix Steers 863 215.50 model 06 (447xx); 1903 Winchester 22 (176xx); Winchester model 88 lever 18 Mix Heifers 702 204.50  , 32 BIk Steers 928 215.25 action 308 with scope 1101; 92 Winchester 2520 (5276xx); Browning 12 ga pump 21 Mix Heifers 790 200.O0  61 Mix Steers 862 215.25 61 Mix Heifers 851 200.00 17 Mix Steers 828 214.50 (18941RNIxx); Winchester model 12 modified (1,821xx); Turkish Mouser 1940 26 BIk Steers 564 299.50 29 Mix Steers 853 210.75 THE RANDALL BRANCH w/Turkish bayonet (80xx); 97 Winchester 12 gage (2411 xx); 97 Winchester 19 27 BIk Steers 696 241'.50 i 57 Mix Steers 900 208.00 16 BIk Steers 675 241.25 35 BIk Steers 900 205.00 21 Mix Steers 662 240.00   49 BIk Steers 993 196.25 Consigned re= Jan. 16 16 BIk Cows, sor mouth spring calves; 74 Angus Steers, 700-800-, weaned, shots; 30 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-900, wea0ed, shots; 60,MixSteers and Heifers, 500-600, weaned, shots; 18 BIk Steers and Heifers, 600-750, weaned/shots; 23 BIk Steers, 600-700; 130 BIk Steers and Heifers, 600-700; 120 BIk Steers, 700:800; 70 Mix Steers and Heifers, 700-850; 20 Mix Steers, 550-700; 65 BIk Steers and Heifers, 650-800; 46 Mix Steers and Heifers, 600-750; Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Ceil 78.819-6115 gage full (8893xx); Winchester 67 22SS; 1903 Winchester 22 auto (786xx); Remington model 31 full choke 12 gage (521xx); Mossberg 22 single shot w/ peep sites; Winchester model 70 STR 30-06 Redfield Scope Rublex range finder (C14841xx); Remington 87D Wingmaster 12 gage 3' mag (55869xx); 69' rounds 7.62 cal amo.; Marlin Ducks Unlimi!ed 22,w/case (694089xx); Higgans 12 gage shotgun; Remington 22 bolt; 12 ga. Marlifi 1889 (824xx); 12 ga Wonder shotgun; JC Higgins model 5317; Remington 22 model 512 short or long Note: This is a private estate collection. We will be open for viewing at 11:30 a.m. the day of auction. Auction Conducted By t=.00l AuctioRLLC