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Page 2 The -I TheWeek of March 2, 2015 ~ (StatePoint) Do you have din- net;with your kids? It's become a~'ost a luxury today, with our crammed schedules. And yet, nu- merous sthdies show that no other hour in your children's day will deliver asmany emotional and psy- chological bestirs as theone spent unwinding and connecting over jood and convert_i_ _'on. Rubber Roofing Specialist Modified* Hot Tar *Shingling 1-800-365-8677 Fine Art Auction Prints, Paintings and Pottery by Kansas Artists 93o to 195o The Estate of Richard Bennett Sunday, March 8th Dirk SouUs Auctions I 816.697.3830 www. DirkSou[isAuctions. com Approved Installer No. 4565-3 of Triumph EPDM Membrane by Firestone Buil'ding Products Up to 20-year warranty Olson Roofing York, Neb. 402-362-4825 Insurance Claims Welcome "A nightly commitment to fam- ily dinners can be transformative," says Anne K. Fishel, Ph.D., thera- pist, cofounder of Family Dinner Project, and author of Home for Dinner, Mixing Food, Fun, and Conversation for a Happier Fam- ily and Healthier Kids (AMACOM). Amongst finicky eaters, defiant teens and the lure of fast food, how can home cooking and family din- ner be your household's priority? In her new book, Fishel shares s~ategies for busy parents to over- come family dinnertime hurdles. " x Here she shares a few parenting .insights: Meaningful Conversation A family meal is an excellent opportunity to connect with your children. Foster dinner conversa- tion by making the family table a technology-free zone. You may fred that parents have a harder time than kids turning off their gadgets. Throughout your day, collect stories that might amuse your chil- dren, such as something mischie- vous the dog did. Starting by tell- ing as stow yourself can get the conversation rolling. Ask questions that demonstrate you've been paying attention. For example, "I know that today was HOMESTEAE Homes of .a.merica Wayne, NE I~l- [] www.hhoa.net N 888-200-4460 Build Your ~ew Home for as little as~$t~000 down & lock ir the interest rate of a lifetimel Homestead has helpetlchousands o[[bmilies build their new ho-~br less. The Next Home Show will be: 3ouncil Bluffs, IA: March 6ih,Bth at the Council Bluffs Home Show Sioux Falls, SD: March 6th-8th at the Sioux Empire Home Show Norfolk, HE: March 20th-22nd at the Northeast Nebraska Home Sho~ your first an class. What was it kidshaveseenadvertisedonTVor like?" eaten in restaurants. For example, To deepen conversation, turn to most supermarkets offer ready- daily media content. For example, made pizza dough. Combined with elections can prompt discussions tomato sauce from ajar, it's simple about howdemocracy works. Scan- to make pizza at home. dais can provide fodder for talk Let teens choose music to listen about truth-telling, to during dinner: On other nights, Trying New Things play music you listened to as a Don't underestimate your child's taste buds. The idea that teenager. For more dinnertime insights, young children and adults must eat and information about the book, different foods might be a myth created by food manufacturers and visit www.amacombooks.org/ HomeForDinner.htm. marketers. Your child might like Family dinner offers more than chicken piccata as much as chicken just nutrition. Food may bring ev- fingers. eryone to the table, but it is the fun Entice picky eaters by model- and conversation that will keep ing adventurous eating. Eat the new them there. food with gusto, and then ask, "Would you like to taste it? Can Tips to boost you describe the taste?" This fo- cuses your child's attention on the ooa. kids' brain Avoid letting food become a power struggle. If your child re- u ,p - eve'o-men fuses a particular meal, stay calm and offer an alternative such as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich - (StatePoint) While formal edu- - nothing that makes much extracation may not begin until age five, work for you. those years preceding classroom Have Fun learning are crucial to brain devel- Ask kids to help with meal opment. You can get your child preparation. Spinning salad greens started on the right path early on by and setting the timer are some of encouraging learning whenever ", the many things young children possible. "can do. For older kids, do a role Sing a Song re'~ersal one night a week and have Simple songs can be a fun and them do the cooking, helpful way to reinforce basic con- It can be fun to re-create meals Continued to page 6 Starting at 1:30 p,m. Auction to be held at theA'rnerican Legion Location: This farm is located at the intersection of 573rd Road and 712 Road or two miles south of Jansen, NE Legal Description: Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4), (excepting an existing building site along the south road) all in Section Tan (10), Township Two (2) North, Range Three (3) East of the 5th P.M., Jefferson County, Nebraska. Farm Description: This farm consists of 152 acres more or less of which presently 146 acres are being farmed. Presently 130 acres are being sprinkler irrigated with a 2011 Valley 9 Tower sprinkler system with 60 H.P. US electric power unit. There are 15.28 acres in the comers of the farm that is dry cropland. The sprinkler and alectdo motor stay with the lend. This farm has been farmed conservationno till with rolling to level topography. All drainage areas have been tilled and are in full compliance. The farm has a hard-surteced road on the west, a good gravel road on the south and is dose to good area markets. The farm will be available for the 2015 crop year. 2014 Farm Service Agency Data: 145.25 Total Cropland, Wheat Base 26.1. Grain Sorghum ~ Soybeans 32.4. Base a~es subject to change per final FSA review. 2014 Taxes: $7,147.78 paid by the Sellers, all future years' taxes shall be the responsi- bitity of the Buyers. F~tili~: The Sellers have in place 230 II~. of nitrogen on the land. The tarm sells with the fertilizer in place and ready for 2015 spdn~ planting: Irdgetion Water lind Clouting: Well registration G-029544 at 1,200 gpm, Conservation; Baiters at Sell~s expense reserve the right to complete the final phase of NRCS conservation. Po~ & Clodng: Possession shall be granted to the Buyers at closing on or before Apd110, 2015. Term: A 20% earnest deposit will be required from the successful bidder the day of the auction. The balance shall be due or about April 10,2015. Title insurance shall be used 9 Building, Main Street, Jansen, NE m:..s 10., ~s . :- UNIVERSITY OF ', )ras il. Dncoln " - uao~,,,s~,,,~,~/ .......... The U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, near Clay Cente and the cost thereof shall be shared equally between the Buyer and the Seller. ~"='~*=~" Jefferson County, NE ....... ~,,, A~mey: Brad Elting & Company, Inc. is lhe agent representing the Sellers. Acreage "~.,- ~ ....... ,~=,.,.,~, NE, has multiple Agricultural Research Technician I positions calcuiationsanddalainthisbrochurehavebeanoblainedfromsourcesbelievedtobe :~`~:~`~".~`":`.~:~:~::"-~`7~;~:~r~``~:~::~:.~:~r::~:~::~::::::::::::::::::::::: open. Full-time. Competitive salary, overtime after 40 hours, reliablealthoughitsacouracycannotbeguaranteedbytheSellerortheBallersAgent. 12 paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, retirement, health/ We urge prospective buyers to inspect the land and improvements and rely on their dental/vision/life insurance, employee & dependent college own conclusion. Announcements made at the auction shall take precedence over ~ credits. advertising. ~ i !I ~.! i:.-:~~ i ~:~ To view entire job descriptions and/or Additionel Information: A property information packet showing FSA information, aedal ........... ..~ ~ .r :~" ....... 28 ,lt~ :. ~ ,,1~>'~....'~:: ~e photos, tax data, soil types, groundwater data and other pertinent information are ,,~. ~'| ~ i~ ~t~]~ ~ i-~-~'~ ~: apply for these positions visit: available upon request by contacting the auctioneer Brad tiring at 402-879-7270. ~ ~ ~ !~ '\[,~'~ilh~ =/ ~:~:i https: //emvlovment.unl.edu Auetion~w's Note: This farm sells Absolute to the highest bidder. The larm is level to ~~~ . : ~ (search for appropriate Requisition Number or 'Clay Center' as keywords} rolling and is a good production unit and has hard surface road to the farm. The farm ~ ~ ~~ [ ...... i ;::i21 is also located near a good market. ......... u*~: ~ .......... [~I ,~_ ff~'~ :fi ~z-~_~i~ i~l=" ~s ~ ~'.ii ~! Requisi, tion S 150055 I ,-JANSEN ~... "~ ~ c~ ..... ~, : .....i~ ~] Agricultural Resee h Technician I - Farm Ops ~2~ Duties include: tillage: mting, chemical applications, irriga- ..... ~ tion and harvesting :r~orm routine equipment maintenance ~.~ ! ~:~,~" ~ i..~-~i~-~,.. .............. i and repair. ..1 ~ ..... i~ l: ! ~'* .. ~ " ] 3, i" !~lt~ ~ Requisition S_150036 Agricultural Research Technician I - Swine Ops : Z2 ' ~',~ 1-- ;~ ~_~" "~" i =. ~t ~ - = Duties include: feeding, artificial insemination, heat checking, t= : ,... i "~ ~ = "~, =~ ~ .......... ~ ~ I "~-" ~"~=_.tetv }-"--~ ~ ~--~."~: ............ ~~ i:-. u ......... 1 observation and treatment of swine population, collection of ...... - .... ~i~" ~_.,~ research data. Requisitions 150103 - ~ : . ~ i = ~ ~ ~ = !.. , . Agricultural Research Technlcian I - Cattle Ops ]:N~'' "'~11 -~ '~ -" ........ T ............ 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Real Estate Broker Auctioneer & General ~e~iff~mis.~, ~ ,',,, ~[~A. :rt ~N~zs comm,tted to a pluralmUc campus commumty through'.[ IIt~l ~ ~ ~ ~ T"~'~.r~r"~" "(~ ~ i, ~ ~ ~|qE~=~ /A~/~ 145 North 4th Street, Hebron. Neb."~'g i1.0'2:'768z'/'2'70 t. '~" " "'~' ' :~alfirhaative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance anct~l View this auction on the web at www.eltingauction.com ~u~--~r |dual careers. Questions regarding this position can be ad-"~ /dressed to~nKd~rs.us~.oou , ..'~ , !" " " "~mammmmm~ "y.," " %- , .... " " "*" "" ""%~""'' -": ""~ " ~~X "'~, %,$,1"-) iF " " ,,.,~,~-gz"~t~,,-.,~.,,,.,.,, ";.;~. *