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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Ionia Paslm" Gero, Sha.,'p I:m:>ught the Szm- day morning message Ionia Untied Methodist Church. "Come." Scri~u~ mad was Matthew 4:12-23. Brad Kohn was the greeter and usher. Rite ~3~ lit the all~ candles. Ann Colson was the pianist and Linda Koha was the organ- IS|. Rod ~ brought the Stlnday roam- ing message at the Esbon and B urr Oak United Meql'~dist ehu~hes. Su~:lay afternoon Rod and Rim Rose went to Bekfit to visit Jean Rose at Milehll County Hospilal and Bob Rose at the Golden Living Center. Downs. Frank Diemart was dismissed Fri- day from Milehell County Hospital ~md is ~'overing at Iv,~me. Last Tuesday. Roger and Amlh Fedde attended the funeral for Rosa|ie Ea.lwan.ls. Jewel i. Th ttrsday, theFeddes attended a farewell even1 honoring AlYoie EIkin s al the Mankato Commu. nily Center bu tiding that also serves as the senior center where Elkins was employed+ Last Monday. Leon and Karen Boden went to Wichita f~r an api~int- ment and stopped on the way home in Moundridge to watch their grand daughter. Aiysse Boden. play in a bas- ketball tame. Saturday. Roger and Amlla Fedde went to Lenora to attend the f~t of Kevin Heikes. Saturday, Leon and Karat1 Boden a0ended the wedding of Luna's niece, Me lis~ Kiffer, to Andy Gilsdoff. The wedding ceremony was held in Concordia. Several from Ionia attended the American Legion ~nc~e and sau- .-;age dinner in Jew[t. Some' of those attended were Karen Bodes, Dick and Gloria Schlafli, Ste~ amtAim Co,son. Brad and Linda Kohn, Roger and Amlla Fedde. Leon Boden helical, w ith lh dinner. Last Friday. Leon and F~en B(xl~ k"mk Bw:l Boden to Beloit to visit Phyllis Boden. a patient at Mitcheii County Hospital, Leon, K,l~n and Bud went on to Osborne +o attend a funeral visi- tatmn for Helena O'Connor. Helena was a fi~t cousin to Bud. Monday. Karen Boden went to So- Petter to visit Irene Brained, who is a paiem in the hospital. Sunday e~.~ening, Dick and Gloria Schlafli heilx~J at the BunOakCom. tour, try Club spcm,sored .~oUp supper at the Burr Oak Community Center. Funds ratsed were to I~>vide a schol- a~hip fi, r a R~'k Hills High .~l~l ~:niot. lxon anti Korea Boden atte~tded the s-pper. Northbranch 8y En.~ ~lk~ Ix an and l~aFmsl ,,tay~ laq ~eek- end .n Okl:lh016 ~axes on 78 acres was $1.197.4~i TI[RblS OF SALE: 15% down day of Auction. Balance at closing on ot befoee Mamt~ 15, ~017. Tdle [n~ran;e will De used ao[J c(~sts of that will De spill equally betwea~ buyer a~d .~elter, All Licensees of Montgomery Auction and Realty are agents of and represent seller only. ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS OA Y OF AUCT~ON TAKff PRECENDENCE OVE.~ AN Y 0 THOR .~ TA TEMENTS OR AD VERTtStNG R~r Mm~W,mW Darren and Jessica .~uc~eer:;leat E~at BL, o~r Thompson 1141 Righway 79, Guide R0k, Neb. Owners ~,,-- ,+~-++,~+ ++ i REAL ESTATE AUCTION Wednesday, February 8 1:00 p.m. Auction will be held m the Nuckolls Co. Fairgrounds at the south edge of Nelson, Nebraska TRACT I LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE 1/4 and N 1/2 SE lt4 11-2-6 Nuckolls Co. Nebraska The farm is ~ocated 1/2 mile easl of Nora, Nebraska, There are 235.18 acres with 161.39 acres of crep land. The baiance is pasl~re and farmstead with older buiPdings in ne~ of repair, The paslure has a pond, tl',~re is a well Wi~ a windmill. Bases are wheal 25.7, yierd 45: grain sorghum 725, yiefd 92: corn 32.5, yiePd 117: soybeans 15,6, yield 40" for a total base of 146,3 aoes, Se~ler will pay 2016 and all pnor years taxes, Purchaser will pay 2017 taxes. 2016 taxes were $5,949.84, POSSESSION: Possessionw|H be upon closing Purchaser mJ] receive 100% of 48.44 acres ofgn0~ng wheal TERMS: 10% of purchase pnce as down payn~nt day of auction, the balance wilt be du~ upon dosing on or before March-10, 2017. Down paymenl will be esczowed with Downing &AJexander. Escrow fees will be split 50/50 between seller & purchase;. Tilde insurance wilJ be used, the cost will be splJt 50f50 between seller & purchaser There wJ~l be no inspections or repairs on the budclings. The properly is belng sold In an as is concfi~on. No warranty' expresse~ or impli~. AJt prospe~v~ buyers should fuJry inspect ~ pn:~pe~ and rely on their own ~nclushms. Double E Land Broker, LLC. and Thurnmel Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as seller agent. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. CLEO THAYER Madan V. Watson, Conservator Auction Conducted By DOUBLE E LAND BROKER, LLC Matt Alexander * 308-750-9434 Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067 bent a professor of Wanda*s at Kan~s Wesleyan. I'm sam not aJl, but sl~ said he was a wond~fu] person whotaughl hera Lotof what shcan do wi~a piano or OJL~aJl+ LI Randall By Faw~ Bm'rett i Randatl Senior Citizens n1I last Tuesday wilb eight partaking in a pO|- ]uck di.rmer. By consensus, it was ap- Woved to make another donation toth communi ty center.-Some stayed tn play cards in the aflemoon. So;he new dona(ions and men~rial funds have been ~e~'eived Ibr ~he com- munity center. Wurk is pmgxessing slowly on ~h inlerior, now that the fu.rna~.~ has been installed. Thadd Hinkle ~a~ guest speaker at Randall Ct,~mu,fity Church Sunday. Scott Fen.net arrived ]ast week tbr ~me time with hi,,, wile. Vickie. and grand.~m Bar~tt and the ratters, The ramp al the chumh was rebtfitt last week and a ffrotective finish wii~' he applied minn. Carol and Larry FImn a.r having ~nu time at their home in Bioit+ Sunday they attended a dinner theater at a Salma church~ Her -,on. ~;hawn Kibbe, was a member o[ tl~ ca_q and his wife. Shanm. was in charge ~ftl~ meal, Prtw.'eed s from IheeVe~l are used to send a mis,,itm team from ~ chumh to a place tff need, Dan and Elaine Peters look sul'q~er and stayed the eve~ing with Charles and Della Houghton. Ayla Keierleher visited her gra.ndgarents several times last week. Thur.~my, Februmy 2, 20t? JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Kinley Cooler was honored with a birthday patty Sunday afleyn~n atthe Comtland selene1, hosted by her par- ents, Jackie and Katie Cooper. ar, d Andy. Guests were IJa McE[[oy, Wayne McEIroy,J ulie and Fnmk Bolte and famjly, .fanny aud I~c]]y Flavin and family. Dennis Corm, Steve Voada Cool:r and Kin]ey's clas.s- mates. Cal~ andice c~ ~e~ ~er,,ed. J'u~ty Zimo~ and Opal MeEIroy traveled to Topeka for the day with Angle D~hcr and family. They had dinner oul and play~ game. P~ecnl visitors of Nevada Vetler were Earl a.,-ld Cryslal Dunsian aJ)d girls, Pastor Rick ~ Dabble Raymer ~uld Nancy Buser. Keri McEIroy and Monte Butcher1 stayed Wed.f~e.sday .through Sunday with her paints, Wayne and Mmti McEIroy. They came ax his mother, Jl~y Bu.tchelt, Beloiz, was seriously ;tt. Sunday aR~moc~ Eiailte Peters at- ttmded the Catholic Women D~oc~.~n meeting in Saline, Fawna Barrett were to Natalie and David Wood'.,, home last Tucglay it) celebrate Odin's 4th birthday and A]ana',~ 12th birthday, which was the previous day. Othe~ guesls were Pal and Harvey W~. Rose and Randy Carlson. Thuz~/day e,~ning they at- tended a 5olomon 2r. High b~.~kelhall game and Fawna rett~m-L~ home [:rl- dayaflero~n. Saturday she and Sllirtc3. Remus attended the funeral for all- othezr ~.x+us i~. Ruth Diet,, i n S nlith Cen- let. Momlay morning Sully Engel v,a~ a ~.xfffee gue~ m new tuber ~mpletely mSl0~ in p~ra0e cotKS~Orl, sells ~ JD Ioa~,r ond 3 ~.~kets "IrRI.I~KS .VlEHICUES; 19/4C ~evmi'elC65~. 3~, VS. 5 rdx1-2s~ .9:00x20 rubluer. 16fl.. 52,n ~cle~ gta,n ~x w:S~ur-J._ok rol~ver taq:,: 19/9 chevrc~lCTOW~ wtche$1~ axle. 366. 5 s.pd -2 sp0.. 900x2"2.5 radml rears. 9:00x~ radii sleer tires, good. apl~rox 3t .600 aelual miles, 18 R.box and hO=sL extra c~ean, 199 C~'/y S+t0 mckug. 2 .,,~d V6 5 s~l., manuai, runs good: 2~01 M,~sh, EcJ, l~+e. 2 dr car, 4 Cyl. 5 s~. manual MACHINERY; Case IH 955 8 row ~lanter wio~rn, redo, I~ar~ d~ums: K~e 6-30 puJk type I~anter, Yetter ~ openers, I~lu~d sq~ze pump, ~anks. cou~r/9 o~no~s wi~ I~C~p-bean-rni~. umts, Hessl~ I014 14 ~ H~lro-s~ng ~wath~r; 2- Hesston 5580 big roo~ balers, 1 f~ parts; Krause 18 ft- tandem el, so. JD "~0 [1 land~m d~sc: 2 - ~ver s~le o~q/very rakes; 10 ~. road drag; few olhet sn~l pcs, LNESTO~K E~UIPMENT: WaHem~eln ~ Ix50 gro~! ~r~ manure sl~ade, new. neverused: WIN 5x16~mper sk~k ~ 10- Winko112ff. i;~lab[e I:~lt~[s; 30 - 5x12 c~rtal paaeis. ~ew: 2-w~ei panel h'~le~, st~p I~11: 50-conlinuou~s fence panels, oomp~=~a~ new; 12x24 potable livestock she~. good, 12x'~2 ~,lat~e h~sI~:~ shed. go~d. t2- 12 R Burr Oa~ wekhr~l sucker rod panels: 5- ?6 ft. Burr Oak wel~ng sucker rod palm,Is: 2 - 20 It. sleel ga~s. new; 5- 12 it Sucker rod