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~B TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRE~ Thursday. March 3. 1983 ! . iher m a tiovL nler : Members of Aid Association automobile crash last Maycondition which prevents him the Co-up Benevolence past the brsnch's IM,000 goal. for Lutherans (AAL) are which required a lengthy from returning to work. KAL Program through which AAL AAL is the oatto~'| lergest : launching an $8,500 fund drive hospital stay. He now is members want to help the Hinz' supplements the money raised fraternal ben it society : to assist an Oak fan .fly bur- required to return to thepay medical expenses not locally to help AAL volunteers enabling 1.3 Lutl Im8 denod by large medical bills, hosp/tal for hack treatments covered by insuranoe, and to reach tbeirfloanoial goals. The and their familiw to hall} E ldredHin wasinJuredlnan three times each week, a help with living penses., so amount of mmmy contributed themselves and thro they are Ipmising a benefit by AAL may match the amount Imuranoe and oth h ta.nal soup supper, raised locally, trot it will not benefits. Tbere are ap- Branch members recently cesd the local amount and it Livestoc. Auction _.. ,=, i Every Friday Sale Day at Elementary students learn iBelleville, Kansas. Selling all aboutsheep classes of cattle the auction way. Second graders at South ablliUesinFFAmemberswh/le perience on the farm and in " We O ) attract the bigger and elementary school learned communicating the story of local agriculture businesses. about agriculture this week modern agriculture to Second grade teachers are better buyers to our sale every from Superior High School elementary school childrsn. Sandy Fairbrother, Ruth Giger vocationalagriculture students. Chaptermembers, Bob and Tara Levander. week. They like the quality and quantity available. All livestock in good health are 100% insured while in transient and in the yards l t%o- - -- -- -- -- -- -- Central Kansas' leading Cattle Auction Market--Sale Time Every Friday at 12 o'clock Noon. | g'llERg rob' t~T THI aEsz lh' LIVESTOCX C,lS ,~a i PROFESSIONAL SELLING I ~ ~ ~ ~ mmm~ 0 ~mm~lP m ~'~lkq ~mmi~Jon on d clmm~ of oe~Jo on lm ti 1 Brand new vm b in operatkm for custom dipldng of your creme, mine, md omtie out of Nwte, euperVleed.. J Stockman's Livestock Exchange Evert Christians, Curtis Christians, Dennis Sell (hvners - Call 913-527.2258 day or night, B.,.m.. x, FOR /kNY MARKET INFOP{MATIO~ " OR N~GHT Evert L Chrl~bans ~I 3-2:~3-3399 Curbs L Chrlshans 9 ,'7-2492 Denms A Se{I 93-527-2258 Dan Christians 913-527~5716 ,~choneers Everl L Chr~s~tans Cur',~s Chrlshar}:5 Gale Mlkkelson "'The Liv~tock Crossroads o[ Ameriea " The instructors were all Boardman, Barry Blad tono, members of the Superior Larry Longer and Tony Returmfromdeploymem Chapter of'Future Farmers of Warren, served as discussion Navy Aviation Machir t's America (FFA). The members leaders. The program eomisted Mate Airman Dcugl Roile , conducted a class as part of the of showing a film, playing son ~ Mr. and Mrs. Dem~ agricultural learning games, Rogers, Superior, has returned FFA's "Food For America" studying how some foods get to fr n a depl ant to the program. "Food for America" is the consumer and viewing llve Pacific Oe n. He is a member designed to improve leadership lambs. The members also gave Attack Squs&on M, era- away door prizes. Two live barked aboard the aircraft lambs were furnished by Jim carrier USS Midway, Purcell, Webber. The students homeported ,in Yokoeuka, Superior Foot were given management and Jalma. During tlm -moath feeding facts besides handiing deployment, the squadron the animals, participated in Carrier Battle Philip A. Foot Specialist Foot Surgeon 213 E. 3rd Superior, Nebraska Open Tuesdays Appointments Only Telephone 402-879-3411 The following consigned items will be sold at public auction at the Cowles Americ#n Legion, Post No. 116, Cowles, Neb., which is located 6 miles north and 4 miles east of Red Cloud, Nab., or 1 1 miles south of Blue Hill, Neb., with at 10:30 e.m : antiq a-Jmd items selling Lunch Will Tractors Selling At Approximately 11:30 p.m. 1973 4430 D, cab, quad range, dual hydraulic 1967 4020 D. wide front. 3-pt.. dual hydraulic 1967 1750 D Oliver. wide front, 3-pt. 1650 D Oliver, wide frm~t, 3-pt.. cab 44G Massey A John Deere H International WD Allis Chalmers Camper & Stock Trailer Selling At Approximatel~ 1:30 p.m. 1977 Layton 23-ft.. self-contained, like new 1980 6xl6 Hale stock trailer Motorcycles Honda 125 Honda ATC 90 Honda 70 Cars & Pickups 1978 Lincoln Continental. 2-door. loaded 1971 Chevrolet Caprice. 4-door, hardtop, loaded 1967 Ford -ton 1947 Dodge -ton 1961 Chevrolet, 4-speed. 6-cylinder. -ton Machinery 2 Crustbuster drills. 26-ft.. 10-inch, good IHC drill. 16x8 Oliver Superior, 16x8 36-ft. Crustbuster springtooth with harrow 24-ft. Stanhoist springtooth 34-ft. field cultivator 2 Noble 19-ft. harrows 30-ft. Metros harrow, on cart 20-ft. field conditioner16-ft. Krause disk Noble 15-ft. harrow 14-ft, IHC 37 disc Sunflower" V-blade. with NH3 tank 124t. John Deere swather, No. 215 32ft~ Kewanee elevator 61-it, x 8-Inch Bazooka auger, excellent John Deere 12-ft. fertilizer spreader 204t. Rufeed feeder 3x14 plow Be Served 4x16 IHC plow with hydraulic lift ! 80-inch Sidewinder rotary tiller 4 White plant-air units 3-pt rotary hoe 1973 Allls Chalmers roto baler with white top, real good Roto baler New Gravity Flu box with gear Artsway feed wagon 300-gallon sprayer tank 284t. sprayer boom. 3-pt. 21-ft. sprayer boom, 3-pt. 8-ft. blade. 3-pt Irrigation Equipment 67 links of gated 30-ft. x 8-inch Texflow pipe 3x4 Berkley pump Chrysler LP gas engine Livestock Equipment 2 60-bushel new hog feeders 4 60-bushel hog feeders ! 10-bushel hog feeder 55-bushel hog feeder 5 and 20-bushel nursery feeder Ptc creep feeder Small hog shed Pickup slide-in stock rack Heinke 12-1nch roller mill 2 Portable loading chutes Dump weight scale Electric cattle waterer Saddle Bale feeders, new and used 3-pt. bale forks, new and used Farmhand loader F-I0, W.D. mountings, all attachments Koyker loader. K-5 Hog carrier. 3-pt. 2 x 2 x 8 hog tank Feed bunks Cattle squeeze chute New 16-ft steel gates Farrowing crates, Bushenell and Emmert. 13 new and 11 used Wagons and Trailers Wagon with flare box New wagon hoist 2-wheel stake sided. 4 x 6 with lights Tandem trailer. 8 x 12. lights, brakes, fenders Miscellaneous Post drivers. 2 Jet and 2 Shavers: new post hole digger: new head gate: clipper fanning mill: 25- gallon propane tank: IHC gas engine, stationary; Gas engines and electric motors; 13,6x38 tubes; 14.9x30 rims, tires, good: 6x8 steel shed: truck tires. 4 8.25x20 and 3 II.L x15: chaim, 11x38 and 15-inch: 3 propane heaters; 200,000 BTU LB White. L.P.: 180 amp. Emerson welder; large vises; tin: Sears well pump and tank. complete; lots of barbed wire and wooden posts: corner posts: 14 20*ft. poles; planks; plywood: windows and storm windows; 4 300-gallon fuel tanks: box of bolts, clevises. pulleys; coaster wheels; C clampsi floor jacks; pipe wrenches; squirrel fan: yard fence; chain saw; hammer and ax handles; air compressors; table saw. Household Goods Three boys' bicycles; girls bicycle; John Deers 68 lawn mower; IHC 55 lawn mower: push lawn mower, gas: 20-inch LP gas apartment stove: brown upholstered rocking chair: paint; 17-inch black and white Sylvania television set, o.k.: 13-cubic foot upright deep freeze; console stereo. AM-FM radio, record player and 8-track tape player, works good. nice cabinet; two combination storm win- dows, 24x40; 4 CB radios; towel tree: luggage; wall hung bathroom sink: sink and vanity base; GE tape recorder; 8-track tapes; tape storage case; 2.speed blender: 19-Inch black and white portable TV; sewing machine cabinet: regulation size pool table; table and chairs set: bed and mattress; gas clothes dryer; Whirlpool dishwasher, o.k,; Kirby with attachments: new Woodsman stove with blower; pictures; lamps; hand auto vac. new: gas heating stove; Warm Morning LP stove; 3x3x3% safe; life jackets; Remington 22 automatic rtfle, good; 12-gauge shotgun; Proctor Sllex electric juicer; Heisey spooner: artificial Christmas tree; dishes, curtains, light fixtures; Maytag dryer, good. Antiques Door with frosted window (vase and flower design); antique light fixture with extra globes; two wash boards; blacl~mith tongs; 2 sets work harness; 30-gallon crock; gas iron, lamp and lantern: kitchen cupboard with flour bin; two-man saw; large cast iron pot; grinding wheel and seat; old table saw: old water bottle in wooden crate; depression glass bowl; 4 oak round tables. MANY ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST CONSIGNMENTS TAKEN UNTIL SALE TIME TERMS: Cash. No propert removed until paM for. All proper at bidder's risk after bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Cowles American Legion Post 116 AUCTIONEERS: Roy Montgomery, Dave Mohlman, Bob Daneh ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE BUILDING FUND The Chapter members felt Groupoperatiom from the qualified for the program Aleutian Islands to the Equator. because of the knowledge and Port visits were made to experience gained in Vo-Ag Singapore, Thailand, the classes and by actual ex-Phi, and Hung Ko g. - n -- -- inmnl i I II II I .......... Sales ,and Service Stop in and see me at the Sears Store 305 Central-- Superior, Nebraska I III I II II Paul R. Wilson CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 109 EAST MAIN, BOX 363 MANKATO. KANSAS Office: 913-378-3000 Home: 913-587-3521 Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. I I I I III I I il II I I I I II P Alma, Nebraska Tuesday, February 22nd sold !,52! head of cattle. We had a lot of cancellations due to the muddy roads. Here's how they sold: Butcher cows from ..................... $38.25 - $49,60 Heiferettes up In ............................... $62.00 Butcher bulls to ................................ $57,75 STEERS 265 Ibs,, 275 .Ibs.. 275 Ills.. 316 Iks.. 350 Ibs.. 365 Ibs.. 401 Ibs., 433 lbs,, 445 Ibs., 465 Ibs.. 514 Ibs., 531 Ibs., 561 Ibs., 578 Ibs., 639 Ibs.. 844 Ibs.. 667 Ibs., 717 Ibs,, 727 Ibs.. 811 Ibs., 842 Ibs.. 870 Ibs., Stamford .............................. $86.00 Stamford .............................. $90.00 Alma .................................. $89.60 Stamford .............................. $87.00 Long Island ............................ $83.00 Long Island ..................... : ...... $82.50 Orleans ............................... $83.50 Bertrand.., ,' .......................... $79.50 Huntle ............................... $76.50 Franklin ............................... $70.50 Orleans ............................... $73.75 Holbrook .............................. $73.00 Orleans ............................... $73.10 Stockton .............................. $71.75 Huntley ............................... $71.00 Holdrege ............................... $71,05 Holbrook .............................. $69.50 Holbrook .............................. $71.f0 Leamis ................................ $60.25 Alma .................................. $60.50 Franklin ............................... $05.85 Franklin ............................... $04.75 1,033 Ibs.. Franklin ............................. $01.50 HEIFERS 168 Ibs., Alma .................................. $83.50 223 Ibs.. Stamford ............................. ~ $75.00 245 Ills.. Stamford ..................... ~ ........ $75.00 265 Ibs., Holbrook .............................. $74.50 338 Ibs.. Stamford .............................. $73.00 407 Ibs., Orleans ............................... $72.00 424 Ibs.. Orleans ................. . ............. $68.50 450 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $07.00 478 Ibs., Wilcox ................................ $60.75 513 Ibs., Orleans ............................... $66.90 517 Ibs. Oertrand .............................. $60.25 699 Ibs.. Huntley ............................... $60.25 615 Ibs., Bertrand .............................. $05.10 683 Ibs,, Stockton ............................... $60.00 708 Ibs,, Bertrand .............................. $64.50 790 Ibs., Alma .................................. $62,25 825 Ibs., Alma .................................. $62.00 090 Ibs., Alma .................................. $62.25 919 Ibs., Alma .................................. $61.25 For More Information or Consignments, Please Call Collect: Larry Freeland, 308-928-2139 Abe Parish, 308-928-2634 6one 61anzer, 308-493-5679 And in the Stockton Area Bethyl Bigge, 913-425-8470 , inc. Alma, Hebraska husband, LeRoy; ~i P&lr~S c~eB American Legion Post, No. 103, Superior. Todd, Tommy an( at Des Momes-- Preceding him in death were all of the home; f his mother, who died in 1243, LaHmore, Edgar; i and an infant SOn. Mrs. Kendall Pedel _SiParks, a20-yoarrssidentofSurvivors include his two Courtland; and x West Des Molnes, Iowa, died sons, Scott Ticn and Kevin relatives. Tuesday, Feb. I. Tlen , both o( Beatrice; his Funeral servi Wednesday, Feb. Afl 80 years of withfather, Carl Tienow, Grand from St. Pa"'" the Hawkoye Security In- bland; a sister, Amarylius, stwanee Co., Parks retired in who lives in New Jersey; and Church, Hardy, INI as a ivigm hlef in the Ted Mclntyre daimrtmantthe homemany other relatives, The Rev. Dave Redley of- Burial was in SI flclated at the services. Military Cometwy, Ruskt ' Hels survived by his wife, the honors were given at the place Price Funeral He former Mary Enghoff, two of interment, Evergreen charge of arrangez daughters and five grand-Cemet&ry, by St. Mihiel children. American Legion Post and Mm g Comrade, VFW Pest. Obituazy--J Services Monday Obituary--Hayer Aage Jensen, 0 children of Throg for John Ticnor Joy Irene, wu horn to Van and March Larsen andSarahannahLarimoreSept,born Oct. 21, 1901, Funeral services for John 8, 104,5. During her childhood Denmark. During Ticnor was Monday afternoon she lived in the Edgar corn- days he lived at at the WflUan~ Funeral Home munity where she attended Aalher, Denver Chapel. He died Friday at the grade and ~ school." Her educated in Brodntoae Memorial Nuckolk moth died when she was a He was married County Hospital after a lengthy senior. Riskier in Denmark at the age of 50 years She attended the University to the United and 5 days. , Nebraska for three years and They had four Jeb RolandTtcnerwem born finished her training as aman, Harry, Edith Feb. 50,1503, atWYmore, Gage medical technologist at the neth. Theyflrstwent County, Nebruka, the son of University Hospital, Omaha. where he painted Carl and Edna Newman Tlcnor. In 1965 she met LeRoy Hoyer for He served with the military at a Christmas family gathering and they were married Oct. 20, 1967. To marriage three children, Todd, Tummy and Kimberly, were bm'n. was active in community Bible studies, church activities, the Cadams Extemion Club and the Valley Home 4-H Club. Besides teaching Sunday school and leading Bible classes she was the leader of several children's choirs and had led the choir, "The Singers Of Today." She shared her talents in crafts, sewing and flower 8rraDging, Survivors include her TO MARKET... and overseas during the Korean War. After being discharged from service, he was hired as a fireman Aug. I, 1956, with the Burlington Railroad. Feb. 11, 19 S, he was promoted to engineer and has worked for more than 27 years for the Burlingt . Ticnm" had lived in Beatrice for several years before moving to Superior in 1963. He was married to Lura Lamb Sept. 1957. He was a lifetime member c/ both the Missing Comrade VFW Post, No. 3356, and St. Mihiel and Ruskin he worked as a farm Nov. 20, 1935, he second wife, Jorgensen. To tbIj children, Betty, and Phil, were moving from the engaged in Livestock was employed at Serum He was a Danish member of the Fellow Lodge of served as noble terms. UghUghts of two trips to Denma h/s son, Lloyd, and Julius Jonson. Preceding him his parents, his Louisa and brothers, Ever, and three sisters and Herdes. Survivors children, Herman, Mrs. Edward Meyer Superior, Kenneth Mrs. James Patton Vacaville, Calif., Lincoln, Mrs. (Dianne) of and Philip, in grandchildren; rm, ults ev~y II grandchildren; II ,me.eou, ,poli . II Erna, who lives in !! ~o~ "seliaOles" I~ng ~ II and many other ~el I%~ around the house, and move'era Jl He died at Memorial Nu(kol Hospital Feb. 20, at t years, 3 months Funeral The uperior Thursday, Feb. 24, from the Home Chapel. Miller of Salem 14t East Third Phone 402-879-3291 Superior, Nebraska Church officiated. Evergreen Cemter~. m Hil ro ler- Oak, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. I Refreshments served Located five miles north of the West edge of Rusl( Neb., or 1 0 miles east of the pt'opane plant nortl Nelson, Neb. - Hillsboro Factory Representatives on hand ; Free drawings - New products on display will be the new alum stock trailers and the new gooseneck gravity Kernal Carrier for either pickup or tractor Also on display will be a full line of stock trailers grain trailers and flatbeds Special for the day - new fuel or chemical pump given with any new gooseneck trail purchased or ordered plus other special - Handlair Pneumatic Grain Handling System available for inspection. Ideal system for grain from flat storage and replacement for systems - Factory Representative will be present