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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, Janua~j'28, 1993 Hanson. Oalga Tehl Bighia, Vir- ginia Hanson and Vergaline Local News Holdren attended a baby shower Saturday afternoon at the Burr Oak High School given in honor of Brandon Lee Broeckelman, By Ruth Holdren with Cindy's daughter, Sara. Esbon. His grandparents are Dan The Montrose area received a Cindy hopes to return to the and Lonzy German, Burr Oak. bigsnowTuesdaymakingaheavy United States next month.Chet and Virginia Hanson and snow cover. Clarence Briggs, Republic, the late NeitaHanson are the great Margaret Belch, Concordia, was aSundayafternoonvisiter of grandparents. was a weekend visitor of her his sister, Cecile Gardner. Linda Dewey has moved to mother, Agnes Belch. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haegert Ionia and is working as a nurse's Mr. and Mrs. Charles were in Concordia Thursday. aid at Hilltop Lodge in Beloit. Rightmeier, Overland Park, and They called to see Mr. and Mrs. Mr.andMrs.JohnHuntsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hancock, Raymond Ferron. John Denial and Shanna and An- Plainville, were Sunday visitors Beulah Brinkworth, Mankato, gela Snapp were in Topeka Sat- of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. suffered a fall and broke her foot. urdaytovisitJohn'saunt, Pauline Lyman , Rightmeier. The She is presently in a Salina hospi- Wilsman. Pauline is only a few Hancock sdaughter, Cindy, isin tal. She is the sister of Pearl blocks from her daughter, Shirley - By Audrey Diamond Doyle Rothchild, Shirley Crane and Mr. and Mrs. Dclmar Rothchild and Shea visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild Sun- day afternoon. Dennis Ruth- child, Dodge City, was a week- end visitor. News of the Cantrell was Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Joan, Lovewell for a where Mr. Cantell of the elevator. the funeral home Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter Tuesday at 2 p.m. attended the Pike Trail League Mr. and Mrs. basketball tournament in Jewell visited Friday evening. Their grand- Mrs. Keith daughter, Deanna Van_Meter, is this weekend. a member of the Mankato girls' was a Saturday team which was competing. Lela Phyllis Purcell the U. S. Army and is presently Rightmeier. Weaverling. VardVleter called on Mr. and tella McKeown deployed to Somalia Mrs.Laura Hughes and children Bruce and Patti Burkhart, Jen- Mrs. Dale Crispin, Nelson, Sat- noon. Hancock has been staying in were Sunday afternoon visitors nifer and Brandi are moving into urday afternoon, the VanMeters Mrs. Tom Colorado Springs part of the time ofMr.and Mrs.LaVerneHaegen. the Les and Verla Houser home met Bob and Colleen Grammar from the Superior south of the Sweden Creme. in Fairbury for supper Saturday. Tuesday afternoon i~ ' ..... '- : :~'' Joyce David was a Saturday They visited later at the Gram- surgical patient ' i~ ............. ~[L-- ! i, I ~ii | I News--~! morning visitor at the home of I L Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hanson to "Putt's Crew" at Putt's Bar and Grill in Esbon (from left) Rick Putman, Brian Voboril, Kristy mar home in Endicott. Mr. and Her mother visited visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Burgess, Sharleen Cader, Holly Blain, Judy Hillman, Mayme Reined and Renita Hillman. Mrs. VanMeter were Sunday and Saturday. I' Local ---~, Bighia. Oalga Tehl and Joyce dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jay Ross and' ' ; ~ ~. Ed VanMeter. Mr. and Mrs.Monday dinner gueStS wereclassmatesatMankatoHigh. Rightmeier were in Saline Men- Brad VanMeter visited hisRoss. By Elaine Thomas Anne Schlotterback, Mike Last Wednesday afternoon day to visit their sister, Beulah grandparents, the Ivan VanMe- Audrey Diamond More snow fell on MankatoSchlotterback and Mr. and Mrs. AlisonKinsey, BrandySurmeier, BrinkworthattheSt.John'sHos- the past week and the "city crew Pat Schlotterback, Lawrence; TessaChandlerandAngelaSnapp pi ters, Sunday afternoon, the funeral for Pauli~ has been ~orking many long MarkSchlotterback, Kansas City; gathered at the Dell to surprise t~uesday was a wild day at the Margaret Warren aecompa-1Sothers Monday aft~_ nied Mr. and Mrs. Wimer CourtlandMethodistO. hours doing a super job of clear- DavidSchlotterback, Concordia; MelissaDeibertforherl6thbirth- Mankato Elementary School. Bouray to Saline Monday and Mr. and Mrs. l)sl ing the business district. They Sarah Schlotterback and Andy day. Refreshments were served Everyone arrived prepared for were dinner guests of Mr. and mend and Mr and MrS still managed to open residential and Gila Peterson, Mankato, and by Melissa's mother. "Clash Day". According to par- Mrs. Dick Courter. Dwayneamend were WedneSd~, streets in good time. The City Jeff and Christy Keeler, Katie, Orpha Fallis has returned to ents, some started out the day Ball, Saline, was also a dinnerf ate I .... uests o the St Park looks like one hugh snow Jacob and Maggie, Phillipsburg, her Belleville home after being a with better matched clothes than Ricky Putman is the new announced with an adverttsment ~uest Mrs Warren was an over- ~.~,v f,,n,,. ;,,,, m~ # fort where the city trucks have went to Marysville Sunday to at- patient in the Brodstone Memo- usual but when they found out ,, " ,-, ........... s .... owner of the Esbon Cafe known m this newspaper --;"h ..... s" t" .... ters while .... All t u~, t u u~ ~..uua " rs Stta," been unloading the snow. tend the Baptism of Samuel rial Nuckolls County Hospital the what "Clash Day" meant it didn't ' " " ~ s recto an|a as Putt s Bar and Grill He pur- Reservattons are welcome any '~-- Bo''a''o vioit''4 their son- =, ,m In h eet g. A large crowd of Cougar fans Schlotterback, son of Dr. Matt past week. John Fogo and Sheryl, take long to find an appropriate c ased the cafe from Joe and tame. There ~s a meeting room 1.,-k n ....... :.. ~..nh-.~..n ..... tit ., ....... x~tt ~uuaa , uz zvt~t- ~z~J . NIT an(] NITS m" braved the weather to attend the and Tina Schlotterback. Follow- Jenny and Jason Basel went to outfit for the occasion. " Y ]tvonne eerouteK ann assumeo avauame. The-" returned home Tuesda" af .......... -" Pike Trail League Basketball ing the baptism at the lrm-nanuel Belleville Monday night to help management Jan. l. Putmansaid In the spring Putman hopes to tern~n Mrs Warrenbec~u~aea ~n~'tv~rnB~nr~ Tournament in Jewell Saturday Lutheran Church, a brunch was Mrs. Fallis celebrate her birth- the cafe will be open seven days add plannedoutdooractivitieson ...... ~.-S.,_~..,.._ "'r "" ....7 - at| . . Slr.,tt-~;,.,,,u,,uu,ra xu ",~ ,~,-- among muse WhO n where the Lady Cougars took served at the home of Dr. and day. ~ a week and wdl feature a Sunday Sundays mcludmg horseshoe and end time Frida- with the birth ---- . .......1~ third place inn game against the Mrs. Schlotterback. Recent visitors in the Lillian buffet. . volley ball games. .....of a daughter Mr. and Mrs. ;a S Lady Cats of Jewell, Arthur and Lorine Cockroft Basart home were Adrian and i nere is a dining room and Putman was oorn in t=aailor- ...... "'"-"-"':-'-:" ............ o l1UlIt W~LIIUII~VVI~IIIla~. ~...~lll~ 111~, atternoon in Manger The"Jest Fer Fun' Pitch Club attended a potluck birthday sup- Judy Shaddock, Topeka. " ..... Y dady noon specials are served ma but has hved most of hts hfe ......... ..... ,-, ...... i ...... "t~ ........... oee..~,.cu tsaoc~ r.~c ~utu ~ i ne iamlly pou met Sunday evening at the VFW per at the Senior Center in Supe- Mr. and Mrs. Kent Enyeart ano orders are taken rom me m Jeweu t=ounty. I ne past year the fist virl hem in the family in was Sunda,, at Hall. There were 25 present, rior Saturday evening. Thegroup were Monday visitors of Beulah By Roberta Holdren menu Homecookedplzzawdlbe he has been the partsman at ---r- :;-: .................... " .... J. W. Wilson, Sterling, Colo., celebrated the January birthdays Brinkworth at the hospital in In spite of the snow, ice and "_ ........... mu ~ utm~ ,~u years, uuug war- cnurcn alter oem~ postponements last week, large one ot the speciadties, tJame tcosano automouve, t~urr uax. ren Troy Warren and David from last WechaesdaV' tables are also available Seetheadinthisweek'snews- ,,_'- ...-~ ............ = ............ J,,~ was a recent visitor in the homes of Lorine Cockroft, Shane Saline. Following their visit the crowds attended the Pike Trail .... ' ............. na~ wze otmuay tmuler guests me weamer ant] s~r~ of his parents, Jim and Loretta McCutcheon, Ellen Hudiburgh Enyearts drove to Lindsborg and ~qanszoraregumrsteagmgnt paper zor nours ann aomuonm of Mrs Warren ,,~d~ Wilson, and John and, Lynette and Mrs. Clarence Wilton.took their son, Casey, out to sup- League Tournaments in Jewell ..... s ...... TheJewellHighSchoolGymwill are m the process and will be mnaboutthebusme s. "" Huntsinger, ShannaandJohn.His Paul,,Ole',Huffmanremains per in celebration of his Jan. 21 seat850personsandanestimatedLena, Berry championship games Saturday ~~ ~~ wife, Susan, and daughter Gayle a patient at the Mitchell County birthday, crowd of 900-1,000 attended the * were.unable to accompany J.W. Hospital inBeloit.Mrs.Huffman was admitted to ocal New on th~s trip m k 1 withe esdaiytripstoBeloittobehim St.John sHospital,Salina,Tues-evening.The Jewell County Pork Pro- II Rep II Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen day afternoon. She will have mi- ublic Local News attended the KU-K State game in Mr ~d Mrs George Jensennor knee surgery. She expected M h " an attan, and Janae were Friday evening to return home that evening. Her dueers sold 700 pork burgers and ~ ~ By Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer Jr. Mankato cafe. 120 America's cut burgers Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudi- Louie Hasemeyr Beulah Brinkworth suffered a visitors in the homes of Mrs. son, James accompanied her. day evening. By Virginia Petersen the home of Brandi Rahe. burgh, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jerry attended a far fallatherhomelastFridaybreak- . , - M " Trout and Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCune, DeeErwin, Uniontown, Kan., Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gunn and Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roseland Monday. ing her leg below the knee. She Jensen smother, .ane t~- Stockton, were Tuesday dinner accompanied students tovisit the Velda Linden were Mrs. Charles Mrs. Charles Gunn were Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur evening Rosemarie ........... nerslster, xvonner~nenans, r~et- guestsofMelvinandBettyZade. Beloit Vo Tech School Friday. Gunn, Mrs. Charles McLaughlin Wednesday supperguestsofMr. Cockroft, Mr. and Mrs. Roger mary Hasemeyer a,. ,agen oy Jcwe. county son Ambulance .... to St. John s Hospi- Mrz" an0 ....... Mrs. oeorge t~lgma, The children and grandchil- Erwin visited friends in Jewell and Mrs. Alvin Petersen. and Mrs. Mike Tupa and Jason Wilton Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Dew- elder's and deacons tel m Sahna, Mrs. Brmkworth :s. omaha," "" were weeKena" - guests m" dren of Arthur and Lorine for the day. Word was received of the and Clinton Spiller to celeberate ayne Barleen, Mr. and Mrs the First United hoping to return home later this .......... Cockroft took them to dinner to week me nomeo~Mr.an(] Mrs.t~nester Carol Divel brought Maudedeath of Ruth Sere, Sacramento, Jason's 16th- birthday. Other Terry McCutcheon, Shanel Church, Superior. i ~ ~ ~ celebrate Lorine's birthday Sun- Jones home after she had a vis- Calif.,a former resident,guests were Mrs. Francis Es- Krystal and Justin, Mrs. Rick Mr. and Mrs. Bob r ~'~/ffP~ ~,.-~ !~~r~'~ ~' ~x'~'.-~ i~3~ ~i'dK~'lg/~ItqE~'~l~hi"Ift~5:': " day, atacafeinMankatO.Mr, and Mrs. Chester Hanson, aitedattheDivelhmeinPittsburgweek. The Rural Firemen annual slinger, Nick Shea, MikeHarris, Kimberly, JennaLee and perior, were Mon@t 7?7 . . :. meeting and supper was Satur- Swiercinsky and Mrs. Leonard David and Mr. and Mrs. Richard visitors of Mr. and/a Mr. and Mrs. Walt Holdren, Mr. Avis Crawford visited at the day, Chris Springer and Fred Johnson. McCutcheon had a family pot- Wilton. _,~ f,,I , ................. u~"J"~ ~"' ..... ~ ~ and Mrs. George Bighia, andMr, Max Berry home in~eandia ~lTever~dofsky~.wm-cr~ to Weekend guests of Pastor luok SUpl:mr SaturdaT at the Sun d,2,~Mr, andte't, Ro,a, M.D. DandMrs'DanGarm 'attendedainnerDanceattheMooseLodge Thursday until Sunday. Vachel meboard formree-year terms, and Mrs. Craig Hauschi,d and Senior Citlzens ..... Bu,lding: Wot 'tt , Mr. and" ,, t ,, ,,in Concordia Saturday evening. Crawford, who resides at Amy Johnson, LeCompton,Jessica were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Superior, to honor the January McCutcheon, Sharl.~ Mankato Long Term Care, has and Herb Adee, Haddam, were neth Hauschild, Hutchinson, Mr. birthdays of Mrs. Hudiburgh, and Justin, Mr. and 1~, ,-as,.,uss Office Hours The Monday Night Bowling be~n ill this past week. :~aturday supper guests of the and Mrs. Roland McKee and Shane, Ila Wilton and Mrs. Woerner, Buck ar~ League surprised Bowling Alley Jan, 27 Feb. 4, -10 - 18 - 25 Owner, FaithStroup, whenthey Friday morning Carol Divel, Dana, Johnsons to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Steven McKee, Cockroft. DarylCockroft adl~ Phone Numl r: 402-462-4872 all arrived for Monday night Pittsburg, was a caller of Doris Adee s birthday. Topeka, and Charlotte Vancil, Norton lmler, Juniata, was a Simmelink and Mr, Toll-Free Appointment Number: 800-642-6071 bowling with plates of"goodies" Divel. Terran Wooley, Wichita, was McPherson. All were here for weekend guest of her daughter. Arthur had to eat in celebration of Faith's Claude Studdardwasapatient a guest of his grandparents, Mr. the baptism of Jessica Hauschild Mrs. James Stone, Mr. Stone gether at a 704 East Side Boulevard birthday, in the Mitchell CountyHospital a and Mrs. Glenn Hefts, Sunday Sunday by the Rev. Elsie Crick- and Hollie. While here they vis- honor the birthday] Hasttngs, Neb. 68901 Lois Thronson and Pearlfew days this past week. to Tuesday. ard. ited with Bertha Purcell, Superi- Cockroft. Mrs. Duty ................................. Rosa Wheat remains a patient MNO Bridge club met Men- Mr. and Mrs~ Harold Owen or, and her houseguests, Mr. and and Briet were ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ in the Beloit hospital, day evening with Mrs. Dale have returned from a two-week Mrs. Ken Neeley, Colorado because of the illneSS' Elwood and Inez Clark went Baxa. An additional guest was stay in Colorado. They aceom- Springs, Colo. Mrs. Lyle on a cruise to the Bahamas. Margarette Habiger. punted Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kin- William Cool visited his Hoskins, and Last Thursday Evelyn Divel Josh, Jenna and Janell Roe sley home to visit them and aunt, Rose Ludwig, Superior, Shroyer were We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auclion the following descdbed farm celebratedher79thbirthday.Visi- visited their grandparents, Mr. other relatives. Jan. 1 they were Friday. noon visitors of equipment, located 1 mile south and 1 mile cash of Byron, Neb. on tors during the day were Shirley and Mrs. Bill Roe, last week. honored on their 48th wedding Sunday afternoon Mrs. Ver- Mr. and Mrs. Seamans, Marjorie Hartsel, Mrs. Alvin Petersen enter- anniversary by the Ralph Kins- non Mohler and Wilma An- Mrs. , Phyllis Wilson, Mildren Reece, tained with a bridge four lun- leys and son, Mr. and Mrs. Don drews visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Nathan were Pauline Simmelink, Edna Blake, cheon Monday. Hamilton and daughters and Mr. Smith, Cawker City and their callers in the MohlOt Starting promptly at 12 noonLunch on grounds Esther Means, Mabel Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Rahe and Mrs. Steve Owen and sons, hodseguest, Helen Neff, Court- fore they Machinery to sell at I p.m. RubyElniff, CorkieCoeandSusie hosted a birthday supper for Mr. Wyoming. Julia Powell, Ori and land, who is visiting in the Billy Bishop, ~ and Bob McCarty. Others visi- and Mrs. Chris Springer to cele- Dan were among the guests. Smith home. Thursday afternoon tors during the weekend were brute Mrs. Springer's birthday Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cock- Dee Ross. Pastor Frances Rathbun and Jun- Saturday evening. She was sur- Boman, Republic, Mr. and Mrs. roft, Mankato, were Saturday Saturday -. " " for and Phyllis Wilson. prised with a birthday party at Paul Osbome, Chad and Bret, visitors of Zelda Schuster. Sun- and Mrs. Louie Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Leoday Mrs. Schuster and Verdena and family were Idr. Blending, Keith and Kayla, Stone had dinner together at a John Rogers, Erie Courtland, Mrs. Tim Davis, Superior cafe went to the and Mr. andMrs. Erika and Monica, Belleville, Schuster home for the remainder Melissa and Lacy. Pamela Boman, Run Schmitt of the afternoon, marie and Rosemary L~[~rll~lg~ and Angle Schmitt, Wichita, had Mr. and Mrs. Rick Warnek- and Melissa Ward dinner at the Brookville Hotel ing, Burr Oak, were Thursday potluck dinner at the Combine and Headers Tillage Equipment PTO drive, good ~ au~lRallIjlllOOIDIDmmamlm~ aBd Irax ~~ honoring Mrs. Boman's andevening dinner guests of Mr. ed Presbyterian 1979,8700WhiteFieldBosscom- John Deere 7000 pull type planter, Miscellaneous Mrs. Osborne's birthdays,and Mrs. Gerald Boyle at a or. bine with hydrostatic drive, 6R30-inch, plateless with double John Deere quick-tach 213 E Third. Superior, Nob. Perkins diesel and 18-ft. Oliver discopeners, liquid fertilizer, band- SanBorn air compressor, t-wincyl- platform with hume reel, 2171 hag herbicide attachment, Dickey indcr, 3 h.p., like new Lorna Wilton SUPERIOR FOOT CLINIC Mmakato hours, shedded John monitor and corn, bean and AC welder, 225 amp Oliver 706N corn head, 6R30" mile cups Olson band saw Office - 402-879-4761 FOOT SPECIALIST-SURGEON Connects Tractors IHC 490 tandem disc, 24-ft, with 8- Hydraulic log splitter on cart Home - 913-875-4019 cial. John Dcere 4630 tractor with radi- inch spacings 1,000-gal. poly tank als, powershift, cab, air, over. Crusthusterspringtoothwithharrow 1,500-gal. poly tank Don Norris-212 $' hauled in January, 1992, clean attachment, 24-ft. 3 h.p. Briggs motor S. East.Bruce and Patti ~C F1066 ~actor with dual by- Krause chisel, 14-ft. pull type Herbicide mix tank andho~s Report from Red Cloud Disconnects draulics, T/A is good JohnDeereendwheeldrill, 16-ft.xl0- Steel fuel tank, 300 gal. Pickups and Trucks inch spacings 4 ,.~,e ~, Livestock Auction B79-34 1 1 Todd Huncovsky"1! Commercial. ' i 1966 Ford truck, Model 600 with IHC field cultivator, Model 4500, John Deere power washer Rebekah Lodge-1 ' 360 V84 speed-2 speed, single 27-ft, withharrow attachments and 2 Gas Boy electric pumps and 2 Sale Monday, Jan. 25 213 East Third-Superior. Neb. Dr. Phil M~rnard Commercial. axle, 16-ft. box with wood floor, extra shanks, good fuel tanks, 750-gal., 300-gal. 79 lb. Pigs .................................................................. 44.50 55,000 actual miles 1991 John Deere cultivator, Model Fuel tank, 1,000-gal.105 lb. Pigs .................................................................. 60.00 1961GMC4000tn-~ck, V6,4speed- 885, insecticide attachments with Chevy shortbox pickup topper Calves by the head ...................................... 220.00 - 255,00 2speed, 14-ft. combination box hydraulic drive, 6R30-ineh, like 2 wheel pipe trailer446 Rod steora ......................................................... 109.00 and hoist, good tires, under new Pickup box trailer with 120-gal. 568 Cros rod Sloors .................................................. 91.50 40,000 actual miles Dempster anhydrous applicator with fuel barrel and electric pump 610 Crossbred Steers .................................................. 90.00 1976 GMC one ton Dually pickup, hydraulic shutoff, 15-ft.8+ 6-inch 30-ft. irrigation pipe with 40-inch gates 808 Simmontal Stoom ................................................. 84.00 454 V8, 4 speed, dual tanks, AC, John Deere Go-dig with trip saver, 55+ 4-inch 30-ft. irrigation pipe 924 Simmontal Steers ................................................. 79.50 radio 6R30-~h with extra shields and Miscellaneous T's and elbows 423 Crossbred hoifora ................................................. 96.50 1977 Chevy 4x4 pickup, heavy 1/2 shanks ton, 400 VS, automatic Hay and Forage EquipmentLarge pile siphon tubes 465 Black Whiteface Heifers ....................................... 92.50 Front end loader for 1977 Oliver 555 Black Heifers ........................................................ 87.00 ~ Augers Jolm l)eere 640 pull type rake Old truck bed hoist for 1948 Chevy First Calf H eifo~ .......................................... 775 00 - 920.00 Mayrath auger, 58-ft. 8 inch ~O New Holland forage wagon, 8 ton truck drive gear with front and rear unload, lO+ Miscellaneous pieces of me- Young Cows, mostly ................................... 760.00 - 930.00 Mayrath auger, 27-ft. 8-inch, 220 new undercarriage chinery for iron Older Cows ..... ............................................. 460.00 - 680,00 electric drive, 7 1/2-h.p, Blazex forage wagon with 10 ton Approximately Weigh-up COws ............................................... 42.50 - 51.75 Speed King auger, 6-inch electric gear, good items Monday, Feb. 1, Dally Dl :mr 112:30 p.m. drive, 5.h.p. John Deere forage chopper, Model Auctioneer's Comment Mr. and ~o. Dale Slmpmn, Phone 402-746-3706 Mayrath auger, 4" with electric me- 38, 2 row 30-inch head Plan to attend Other Conelgnmonto Welcome tot Heider auger wagon, 4 ton, 2 wheel, and field ready farm equipment Regular Sale to Follow 1062 East Third Street, Superior, Neb. Terms: Cash or good check. I.D. required for bidder's number. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. Red Cloud Livestock Auction No property removed until settled for. Not rel~omible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take AU'I'OMOTll/R DIA6NOS'I'lCS liND RgPLIR rtecedence over printed advertising. " 402-746-2622 or 402-746-3823 Bryan and Penny Kniep, Owners Llnda and Roy v 402-257-2335 913.237.8666 Sale Conducted by Brad Elting and Co. 145 North 4th Street, Hebron, Neb. 68370 Livestock Auction Phone 402-768-7270, office 40"2-365.7656, evenings Auctioneers: Brad Eltin and Gale Mikkelsen l[ l Clmsd, IhCb. Darren and Troy Genung,