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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 28, 1993 .thcir farm in its "native" state for her own flowers and herbs, dehy- Koopshasmadeconsertedef- feet deep and was stocked when it wildlife enhancement purposes, drating them and making several fortstoimprovethehabitatonhis wasbuilt.Healsooperatesasmall Dennis enjoys fishing and hunt- kinds of potpourri, scented land in Southwestern Jewell acreage of cropland not in the ing. Gloria enjoys camping and wreaths and related items. Gloria County. Eleven fields have been CRP a.9.d grows mile, cane and hiking. They feel that in order to stated, "a rural community is a enrolled in the Conservation Re- some wheat. takepleasureintheseactivities, it good place to live and raise a serve Program. These are carried In the past, Keeps served on is imponam that they protect and family." She also said she values under seven separate contracts, the Jewell County Extension By Elaine Clark had an eye ) the undersigned offiosr, do ~by declare that this Report of Condi. tion has been prepared in conforman~ with official instrutior~ and is true and oorrect to ltm best of my knowledge ~cl belief. Eleanor L. Stiles t-22-199S 402-879-3271 We. the undersigned director=, attest the ooffoetness of this Report of Condi~m and dedam ll~t it hu been examined by us and to the best of out ~ and belief ~ has been prepared in conformanc~ with official instructions and i= true and correct. Samuel P. Baird ReaW A. Dean Richard P. Nehmn t Call Evening and Weekends 913-378-3589 Mankato, Kan. Webber, Kan. Saturday, March 6 Consign your items by Saturday, Feb. 20, to get them listed on the sale bill. Remember, no sales tax in Kansas on used machinery. Contact Rich or Denise Behrends Brad or Jalonda Bouray This week's report from the Hankato Uvmtoek Commission o= Mankato, Kan. Selling 1,746 cattle. Here are some of the sales: 5 Black steers .......................... 470 Ibs. 10 Mixed steers ......................... 490 Ibs. 12 Mixed steers ......................... 460 Ibs. 10 Mixed steers ......................... 485 Ibs. 12 Mixed steers ......................... 485 Ibs. 12 Black whiteface heifers ......... 500 Ibs. 33 Mixed steers ......................... 565 Ibs. 18 Mixed steers ......................... 510 Ibs. 24 Gelbvieh heifers .................... 520 Ibs. 11 Charolais heifers ................... 725 Ibs. 21 Mixed steers ......................... 580 Ibs. 33 Charolais heifers ................... 545 Ibs. 46 Mixed steers ......................... 620 Ibs. 25 Mixed steers ......................... 700 Ibs. 18 Gelbvieh heifers .................... 710 Ibs. 21 Gelbvieh steers ..................... 605 Ibs. 20 Mixed steers ......................... 815 Ibs. 22 Mixed steers ......................... 630 Ibs. 24 Gelbvieh steers ..................... 820 Ibs. 21 Mixed heifers ........................ 715 Ibs. 21 Mixed steers ......................... 515 Ibs. .................. 110.50 .................. 109.00 .................... 95.00 .................. 109.00 .................. 108.00 .................... 92.75 .................. 101.25 .................. 107.00 .................... 91.00 .................... 85.50 .................... 96.50 .................... 90.50 .................... 94.10 .................... 90.00 .................... 87.50 .................... 96.25 .................... 87.10 .................... 92.75 .................... 87,60 .................... 86.00 .................. 106.00 .................... 98.75 .................... 93.35 .................... 88.00 .................... 89.50 .................... 86.90 .... ............... 86.25 .................... 93.40 .................... 86.50 .................... 86.00 .................... 85.90 .................... 86.50 .................... 83.35 .................... 91.25 .................. 109.00 .................... 88.50 .................. 106.00 .................... 91.00 .................... 87;75 .................... 91.00 .................... 88.50 .................... 91.50 .................. 112.00 29 Mixed steers ......................... 550 Ibs. 38 Charolais steers .................... 680 Ibs. 32 Mixed steers ......................... 795 Ibs. 38 Mixed steers ......................... 730 Ibs. 91 Mixed steers ......................... 755 Ibs, 18 Mixed heifers ........................ 710 Ibs. 65 Mixed heifers ........................ 730 Ibs. 39 Mixed steers ......................... 765 Ibs. 19 Mixed heifers ........................ 715 Ibs, 62 Charolais steers .................... 825 ibs. 20 Gelbvieh steers ..................... 830 Ibs. 54 Mixed steers ......................... 940 Ibs. 20 Mixed heifers ........................ 505 Ibs. 10 Gelbvieh steers ..................... 485 Ibs. t4 Mixed heifers ........................ 630 lbs. 11 Mixed steers ......................... 515 Ibs. 30 Mixed heifers ........................ 510 Ibs. 23 Mixed heifers ........................ 645 Ibs. 29 Mixed steers ......................... 720 Ibs. 24 Mixed heifers ........................ 630 Ibs. 10 Black whiteface heifers ......... 580 Ibs. 16 Black steers .......................... 435 lbs. 18 Mixed heifers ........................ 410 Ibs ..................... 98.00 19 Mixed heifers ........................ 530 Ibs ..................... 91.75 Consigned for Jan. 29 from Oale Tegly Estate 21 Charolais cows, some with claves Several other cattle consigned for Jan. 29 Andy Montgomery, owner Jon RUssell, fleldman 913-374-4482 Bill Logan, fleidman 913-378-3327 Keeps said. "My brother, father and myself saw our first one in the ditch and stopped the truck trying to identify what it was." Keeps is proud his land is home to every variety of wildlife in this part of the state. He has seen deer, pheasants, quail, tur- keys, songbirds, coyotes, coons, There was no Sunday church Lily Henningsen and Ruth and hunting friends opossum, skunks and prairie service because of the illness of Colson. Stansbury Sunday. chickens using his ground. "I've several residents. Arthur and Lorine Cockroft The Formoso seen a big increase in all wildlife Helen Anderson and Marie called on Blanche Penner. ers 4-H Club had on my farm since enrolling land Morris visited Orville Thronson Max and ldolia Berry and Avis Meeting Sunday. in the CRP, especially when I'm and Myrna Thronson. Crawford were visitors of Vachel Mr. and Mrs. working in the field," he noted. Callers of Clede Blacker were Crawford. Frances Rathbun was He has counted as many as 50 JoanandRichardWaughandCarl also a visitor, ited Mr. and Mrs. quail in one covey this year, al- and Carla Waugh, Jeremy and AlethaLoomisvisitedwithlvy Sunday afternoon. though he says he has seen more Jennifer. Driggs and Vemeda Seems. Phyllis Hurd deer than pheasants this season. Vanessa Engelben and Neva Harold and Loma Wilton and mother, Estella "Since I was a young boy, I've Shoemaker visited Helen Stites. Gall Hudiburgh were callers of always loved to hunt, fish and Max Ball called onhis mother, Ellen Hudlburgh. Mr. and trap," noted Keeps. So far he Susie Ball. Tuesday Happenings was mu- and Loren Florell hasn't charged any fee for hunt- MonsoleteTrubeyvisitedwith sic by Gerald Boyles.Sunday afternoon ing, although many hunt on his Kenneth Trubey daily. Leo and Betty Zadina, Alma Frances Phenix, property. Hesayspeoplecallhim Madeline Sills was visited by Zadina, MartyandVickieZadine ers Association and a special traveledtoHastingsThursdayand Mr. and Mrs. framed wildlife art print from were overnight guests of Mr. and Massey, Belleville Quail Unlimited. Mrs. Leland Turner. Mrs. Mohler day overnight Mrs. Virgil Mohler. Jewell County Long-term Care were Delno Reed and Doyle Reed, Doug Piper, and come to hunt from as far her new great-grandchild, Mat- were all visitors of Elsie Zadina. birthday. awe), as Georgia. thew Schrader, and his mother, Last Wednesday residents Mrs. Jim Novak Keeps still operates a cow- Sheri. Other visitors were Leta watched the televised presiden- andMrs.KennyHuber' calf operation with his son-in- and GeorgeSills, Mark and Renita tial inauguration in the activity day afternoon visitors law on his 24Oacres of pasture. Williams and Chad and Mikeroom. - " " ...... Mohler. I~ Itas thr~~ ponds, One which Mosely. " ..... ~ ....... \ Don and Betnie~,A'll~a~en~' ..... : ' never went dry, is more than 20 Howard Dietz stopped to see and Glcla *a ad Beity'Alldteasen" ' visited Mabel Andreasen. Case sip Milwaukee Best ...................... Case Walther's Retail Liquor Highway 36 Mankato, Kan. % Wednesday afternoon's mu- sic appreciation was led by Thadd Hinkle. Hinkle as had commun- ion service. The A new residents is Etta Nees is in room 307 for a short-time stay. ment Jan. 3. Ei Marvin Eberhart rejoined LTC in and room 310. with "Your Favorite Visitors of Dana Bennett have Gift." been Laurie and James Neilson, Megan Thomas, Duane Bennett ior Leaders will meetl and Duane's granddaughter, County Club Days DarcyAllred, and her friend, Matt 27. Also 4-H Whatcott. second Pam Diamond, Brooke and Lutheran Church in Kaitlyn visited their grandmother, Project talks Elizabeth Murray. Tara Scarrow, Care At the game tables Thursday Terri Boden Madeline Sills was the first win- The next meeting ner and Dora Lee Thompson 7at6p.m., called out the firstblackout. Help- ers this week were Opal Lamb and Geneva Hiltgen. sponsors. Take advantage of our truckload sale prices on quality John Deere oil for all your vehicles and equipment. These oils are formulated specially for use in John Deem equipment and are on sale now at the best prices of the season. Stop in today. Stock up now and save big. On Pre-Season Oil Orders Now until March 15 C.O.D. North Highway 14 Superior, Neb. 402-879-3276 ewe. County Cem District 12 (Webber Area) First Annual Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m. Webber Methodist Church, Web.r, You're No. ! With Don's Auto Body & Wrecker Service Don Frasier, owner Burr Oak, Phone Day or Night 913-647-5871 Did You Know? We welcome insurance claims ? You have a choice of where to take' cars, trucks or tractors for insurance. will go to your home or farm for any estimate. We do all frame repair and front end alignment at our shop. Out wrecker can handle towing any cars, trucks and heavy equipment. can go to your home or farm to get vehicle. We have garage liability ance in case of an accident with anY customer's vehicle. We handle claims on glass breakage of all kinds: Windshield and glass installation can done at the home or on the farm if needed. If you have any Don or Larry ANYTIMEI CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION including Domestic and Foreign Subsidiaries, of Farmers State Bank and Trust Company of Superior, of Superior, Nuckotls County, Ne- braska 68978, State Bank No. 5570, Federal Reserve District 10, at the close of business December 31, 1993. ASSETS 1. Cash and balances due from depository institutions: a Nonintorest-bearing balances and currency and c~n ........................................................... 1,555,000.00 b, lnterest-beadhg balances ..................................... 284,000,00 2. Securities .................................................................... 16,723,000.00 3. Federal funds sold and secudties purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement Subsidiaries, and in IBFs: a. Federal funds sold ............................................. 1,925,000.00 b. Securities purchased under agreements to resell ........... none 4. Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................. 33,423,000.00 b. LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ............... 628,000.00 C. LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve ......................................... none d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance and reserve (items 4.a minus 4. b and 4.o) ......................................................... 32,7~5,.000.00 5. Assets held in ~acling a~nts ........................................... none 6. Premises and fixed-assets (including capitalized leases) ..................................... 82,000.00 7. Other real estate owned ............................................................ none 8. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ................................................. none 9. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ......................................................................... none 10. Intangible assets ...................................................................... none 11. Other assets ............................................................... 1,245,000.00 12. a. Total assets (sum of items 1 through 11) ............. 54,809,000~0 b. Loans deferred pursuant to U.S.C. 1823(j) ......................... none c. Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to US C 1823([) (sum of items 12.a and 12b) ...... 54,609,000.00 LIABILITIES t3. Deposits: a In domestic offices .............................. 48,429,000.00 (1) ~oninterest-bearing ............... 4,421,000.00 (2) Interast-bearing ................... 44,008,000.00 b. In foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs ............... none (1) Noninterest-bearing ............................ none (2) Interest-bearing .................................. none 14. Federal funds purchased and securifms sold under agreements to repurchase in domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs: a. Federal funds purchased .......................................... none b. Securities sold under agreements to repurchase ........................................................... none 15. Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasuey ................... 262,000.00 16, Other borrowed money .................................................. 898,000,00 17. Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases ............................................................... none 18. Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ....................................................................... none 19. Subordinated notes and debentures ....................................... none 20. Other liabilities ............................................................... 519,000.00 21. Total liabilities (sum of items 13 through 20) ............ 50,108,000.00 22. Limi~ife preferred stock and related surptus ....................... none EQUITY CAPITAL 23. Perpetual perferred stock and related surplus (No. of shares outstanding ....................................... none 24. Common stock (No. of shares a. Authorized .................. :... 20,000,000.00 b. Outstanding .................... 20,000,000.00 ......... 500,000,00 25. Surplus (exclude all surplus related to preferred stock) .................................................. 1,900,000.00 26. a. Undivided profits and capital reserves .................... 2,101,000.00 b. LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities .................................................................. none 27. Cumulative foreign currency translation adjustments .............. none 28. a. Total equity capital (sum of items 23 through 27) ...4,501,000.00 b. Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ..................... N/A c. Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) (sum of items 28.a. and 28,b.) ..................................................................... 4,501,000.00 Z9. Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, equity capital, and Josses deferrod pursuant to 12 U.S,C, 18230) (sum of items 21, 22, and 28.) ...... = ............. 54,609,000.00 MEMORANDA Amounts oustanding as of Report Date: I. a. Standby letters of cmdiL Total ................................. 84,,000.00 1 .b. Amount of Standby letters of onsdit in memo l.a. o:mveyed to othors through partictpatlenl ......................... none SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA (Continued from Palle SB) ing salt blocks, mineral feeders, conserve natural resources, the caring nature of all the people two of which are enrolled in the Council. All his daughters were Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and morning. She The farmstead has an estab- in their community, wildlifehabitatoption.Underthis involved in4-H during that time. MaxineDempseywereovernight Turners until Saturday! vation work has been c0mpleted feedlng areas and water distribu- lished windbreak consisting of Afterattendingdraftingschool opfion 30 percent of the cropland He also has been the Odessa guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard on the owned and rented ground, tion. Garman built the majority of this During the dry years, Garman tworowsofChineseelmandthree at Salina Vo-Tech, Garman cnrolled must be planted to trees Township treasurcr. His wife and Bensonand Lance, McPherson, Wileys. last Sunday. Maxine took Vera to Kevin Dahl was a with his plow and tractor dozer, usedatwo-yardscrapcr, builtby rows of eastern red cedar trees, worked as a draftsman for an en- orshrubsandmustbemaintained he raised exotic cats and dogs for Newton Monday morning for a evening visitor The entire cropland supports son, Greg, asavo-agproject, to located along the north and west gineering firm in Salina and for for15 years. Koops has a total of 10years. aboutsixmilesofterracesandsix maintain and clean out existing boundries.Thiswasinplacewhen Richardson Manufacturing in 106.5 acres of grass in the CRP, Koopshasn'tfinishedimprov- doctor's appointment. She re- Melv~ acres waterways, which are ponds. Recently he used his cquip- the farm was purchased. Itgives Cawker City for three years. He 24.2acresofswitchgrassand82.3 ing the wildlife habitat on his ceivedagoodreport. Roberta Reed subject to yearly maintenancc, ment to construct two additional protection not only to the house, then returned to farming, worked acres are in a native mix. Four land. In fact he is planning on Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Ormsbee, l [ankal Garman also operates a cow- stockwater ponds. There are now barn and shop, but also to the at Mid-Afflerica Dairy in Supe- acresofwildlifebenefitingshrubs planting more CRP grass and Osborne last week were Marvin ing. calf operation and he feels it is a total ofnine water sources. This cattleinth feedlot.Gloriastated riorfor three years and Dubuque arealsoincludedinhisCRPcon- 1,500 additional shrubs next Ross and Brad Bouray, Webber, Mr. and Mrs. important to maintain terraced has greatly enhanced the grazing that she would like to develop a Beef Packing Company in tracts, spring with the help of the Karl- Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Lcece, visited Carrie Field pasture land by giving regular distribution in the pastures, nature trail for walking in this Mankato for 10 years. The past Keeps was born two miles sas Department of Wildlife and Superior, Howard Field and Paul Ramsey at Hilltop L( at tentiontoareasworndownby Gloria andDennis both pos- area sometim in the future, four years Garman has worked west of his present home and has Parks and the SCS. Ron Osborne and Bret. Friday morning. cattle traffic. Good grazing dis- sess an interest and appreciation The Garmans are bothactive for thc Soil Conservation Service farmed his entire life. Afterserv- Ruthstrom, district wildlife bi- Mr. and Mrs. John Petcrs were Mr. and Mrs. I.J tribution is maintained by rotat- ofnature.Theymaintainareasof members in the Olive Hill Chureh. in Jewell County. "Working for as a rifleman with the 91st ologistwiththeKDWP, hasbeen in Topeka Monday and visited Tonganoxie, were Mrs. Garman is the church pia- thc SCS has given me a greater mlantry Division in the Army assisting Keeps with his shrub with Pernell Peters. guests of Mr. and I/1[ Bill NOYigi 'iJll nist and gives piano lessons at appreciationofournation'snatu-from1941-1945,heretumedand plantings. One thousand, five Melvin Boyer and hiS sister, Keeler. Mr. and their home. She is a member of ral resources, German stated. "I started farming. In 1944 Keeps hundred shrubs were planted last Maxine Mason, Salina, and Mr. Bonjour, Nell and the American Legion Auxiliary enjoy working with and assisting married Rhoda VanDeReit and spring with more than 95 percent and Mrs. Ralph Dunstan visited itedtheKeeler:;Satu_j II UnifiedSchoolDistrict#279,P.O.Box20,Jewell, [I and employed by The Superior thefarmersandranchersofJewell then was shipped to Italy where survival. Excellent weed control Mr. and Mrs. BradKeeler Men- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Express.writing features and spe- County with their resource man- he served in two campaigns. He was obtained with an old corn daY evening, and Travis, Herit IIKansas is requesting bids for a complete restora- II cial assignments for the Jewell agement concerns." received the Combat Infantry disc and a single V-blade used Ann Keeler visited Grace weekend guests of Mr. I/tion of the description area of the Randall Middle Ii County News section. In the past Wtl--- - - Badge for his service to the coun- between the rows. For weeds Jacobsen Tuesday morning. Kenny Huber. Mr. and i] School located at 4th and Elm, Randall, Kansas. [j she worked as a temporary at the fldUfe Habitat try. within the row, Koopshiredyouth F.O.C.U.S.classmetTuesday Huber, Heather and ASCS office. Shealso owned and Award to Koons Allen and Rhonda raised four to hoe them out. He is also inter- afternoon at Vera Reed's home. Courtland, joined the~ They worked on a sheep craft per Saturday. I1 If your company is interested in submitting a bid [I operatedadaycarefacilityinBurr a- foster daughters. Carolyn Miller ested in releasing pheasants on project. I/to accomplish the desired work, please contact II Oak for four ye_ar, s.. A nominee for the Wildlife and husband, Marvin, live and his ground to bring the popula- Elaine Sidders, I/Woody Gibbons, Superintendent of Schools, USDII Mrs Garman s interests in- Habitat Conservation Award was farm in Smith County, Peggy don up, but doesn't know how to Mrs. Dwayne Rogers, Derby, was a weekend guest c elude antiques and crafts. She received this year. Allen Keeps Kiefer and husband, Lawrence, go about it yet. He is also consid- Ann Keeler and Roberta Reed Mrs. Jackie Anderson. I/279, Box 2O, JeWell, Kansas. Bids will be accepted II incorporates her appreciation of is the second recipient of this live in Cozad, Cindy Lance and ering adding some wildlife food were Tuesday afternoon visitors Christel Higbee ass I[ until 1 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 1, 1993. If you have11 nature into her crafts by growing award in Jewell County. husband, Doug, live in Tulsa, plots to his existing grass CRP of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler. the Spirit Sparkler train i/ any questions, pleasedonothesitatetowriteorcall/| Okla., and Carol Cordel and hus- contracts. Mike Higbee, Scandia, and day at Mankato. _ 1[_913-428 21 7. I I miles ~uth of Koops. "Two of natedKooppstoreceivetheWild- Mrs.JackHigbeeWednesdayandBelleville, visited Mr. them were already grandmothers life Award. At theJewell County helped Jack celebrate his birth- Bob Howland Sa : Beautiful OakFurniturefor your 9(itcfien or Bath when they were adopted," Keeps Conservation District s annual daY" noon. Famers 8tare eAtTordably ['iccd nte remember mail carriers re- meeting Keeps will receive a Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wiley, William and Ta framedeertificatefromKDWP, a CawkerCity, wereThursdaysup- ited Mr. and Mrs. & Trust Co. F g tJmaLc. leasing pheasants back in1929," metalsignfromtheCountyBank- perguestsofSylviaMohier.They Saturday evening.