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ATTENTION: KANSAS FAMILIES HIGH ALCOHOL PRODUCTS DO NOT BELONG NEXT TO CANDY BARS, CHEWING GUM, BREAD AND MILK. Call the State Legislature today & urge them to oppose the "Uncork Bill" HBZ200 1-800-432-3924 The cost to our kids and families would be too much! Paid for by Kansans for Responsible Liquor Laws, Inc., Whitney Damron, Treasurer Page 6 The Leader The Week of March 2, 2015 ,, -r,' evel0*'ment Toes," "The Alphabet Song" and Brain .... The Wheels on the Bus." Continued from page 2 Stock your home with simple cepts like numbers, letters and ant- instruments like kazoos, tambou- mals. Sing with your little one in fines, and mini keyboards built for thecar, or when you have free time little fingers to encourage im- at home. Great choices include promptu solos. Also, consider en- "Head, Shoulders, Knees and rolling your child in music classes, Trump Memorials which can be a great way to lay the foundation for music instruction later in life. Colorful Books "Books for young children should also be learning tools that help build vocabulary and language skills," says Sophie Mitchell, pre- school publisher at DK Publishing. For newborns, Mitchell recom- mends books that feature bright, bold colors and vivid patterns that are easy to hold, for sharing be- tween baby and parent. We board large and small dogs Located one mile East of Geneva "Babies love to hear the sound of their parents' voices, so read enthusiastically to your child," she says. Mitchell also recommends that parents choose books that are filled with the things babies find fascinating, such as images of oth- ers babies, toddlers, animals and vehicles. Toddlers love pointing out things they know and saying the words out loud. They appreciate book content that features images of their real world. Surprise ele- ments like flaps, sounds, pull tabs and textures can provoke curiosity and engage reluctant readers. "Preschool-aged children need clear, appealing subjects which capture their preoccupations and passions," adds Mitchell. For this age group memory is a very important reading skill to de- velop, so parents should look for titles that include fun, repetitive text. Clear word labels can help young children make associations between images and words. For an early learning library, consider introducing your tykes to I believe every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity an obligation; every possession a duty. the "My First" board book series. First published in 1989, these iconic little books have now been reimagined for a new gen atjon. With titles like"My First Animals," My First Colors" and '~First Words," they are packed with bright, colorful photographs and large easy-to-read text to captivate budding readers. More infOrma- tion about the series can be fo~utid at : ;4 :. Be Active • : ~: Babies, toddler~ ~L' and preschoolers need lots of mental stimulation for brain development. Rather than simply sitting tllem in front of the television, tako little trips that can foster questio, s~and observations. Whether that the playground, the zoo or eve# a run- of-the-mill trip to the grocery Store, these experiences are crucial for early learning. Talk to y0ur~,child throughout the trip, pointin'g out things you see. When you gefbome, you can reinforce the real-World concepts with learning boo~, Don' t wait until kindergaiTten to get the ball started on education. By simply reading out loud and encouraging everyday play, you can help develop key learning skills in your child. EVERY SHOE IN STOCK I shoes for running, walking, cross I I training, track Sl es, leis6m & morel I ,, RUKHiNGI i Ioperafed for over 39 years : : I ..... / •l??3QSt..402-474-4557 I We will offer for sale to the h~ghest bidder at pubhc auction ISpecial Sale Hours: Mon-Thurs 10-8 Fn 10-6 • Sat 9-6 • Sun 12-5I the following property located three miles south of Hardy, NE at Diamond Road and 10 Road Beginning at 11 a.m. J ALL ITEMS MUST BE REMOVED WITHIN 2 WEEKS ,J Clay County Tree Service Tree Trimming/Tree Removal r • Free Estimates • • Affordable Pricing • • Reliable Service • • Job Site Clean-up • • Insured • Brandon Scheidemann Cell: 402.984.7346 Home: 4o2.773.o o2 MARLAN V. WATSObt Certified Public Accountant :" i C Preparation From the Simple to the Complex • Individuals • Corporations • Partnerships • S-Corporations • Estates • Trusts 430 N. Central Office & fax: 402-879-4013 Superior, Neb. 68978 E-Mail: TRACTORS AND LOADER 1977 JD 4630, rebuilt eng. and trans. w/738 hrs., cab, triple hydraulics, power shift JO 265 loader w/ioystick control JD 5020 tractor w/loader IHC 656 tractor w/Ioeder 1950T Oliver diesel, wide front, 3 pt., SN 207449603, sharp TRUCKS, VEHICLES, ATV AND BOAT IHC bulk feed truck 1994 Chevy Z71 ext. cab, 4x4 Ford F-250 ext. cab pickup, 4x4 w/service bed 1985 Chevy pickup, 4x4 flatbed 1972 Chevy C50 truck w/Mankato Welding flatbed 2 - Polaris Explorer ATV's, 4x4 1 has dozer 1987 Regal Sebring inboard-outboard boat and trailer, nice condition 1980's Chevy pickup, for parts Buick Skylark, for parts 1993 Freightliner 460 Detroit, 10 spd., 230 in. wheel base, approx. 900,000 miles FARM MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS 2008 New Holland H8080 rotary disk bind head, 944 hrs., excellent condition, (SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE) 38 Ft. Krause field cultivator A.C. 1308 24 ft. field cultivator Buffalo 8 row 30 in. stalk cutter Richardson treader, 25 ft.-30 ft. Duetz field cultivator 34 ft. McFadand drag harrow Krause Model 2300 3 pt. 14 ft. chisel JD 400 rotary hoe, 3 pt. JD 7 ft. 3pt. rotary mower JD 853 row head on trailer w/IHC mounts Case 14 ft. swing away swather Mankatb welding dozer, 20 and 40 series Tonuette 3 pt. windrower Hesston 565A round baler JD 1995 round baler Model 535 VanDale feed wagon w/scale JD 6 row front mount cultivator Fenders for JD 4520 Landpride 10 ft. rotary shredder, 3 pt. Coonts 9 ft. HD 3 pt. blade 8 ft. HD read blade Richards 25,6 ft. 5 blade V-plow w/treaders New Holland 70 series mounts Westfield 8 in.x46 ft. motor mount auger Ferted 12 in. x 86 ft. w/swing away hopper auger 10 ft. slide in pickup stock rack Farmhand grinder silo blower Pit agitator Better built pit pump Wind diverter-deflector, fits Freightliner Kelly Ryan manure spreader Miscellaneous bulk bins and feeders SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Hog panels and gates Pickup bed box Pivot tires and wheels Hay tarps Century wire welder Lincoln stick welder KEW hot water pressure washer Drill press Olson metal band saw Several pickup tool boxes Tractor tire chains Stihl chain,saws and weed trimmers Behlen HD dog kennel pens Doghouses and feeders Railroad ties 4 square of shingles TRAILERS Fontane 50 ft. flat bed semi trailer, split axle 96 in wide Fifth wheel 30 ft. flat bed triple axle trailer M&W Little Red Wagon gravity flow 4 wheel trailer Water tank trailer, pin hitch Trailer dual 2,000 gal. LP tanks 500 Gal. water or fertilizer go between trailer TO BE SOLD BY OTHERS 2005 Agco DT240A, 2,917 orig. hrs., rebuilt eng. in November, 2014, new paint in 2011,290HP, 4 wd, front wheel assist, CVT trans., differential lock, 3 pt. hitch w/ quick attach, 5 remote hydraulics, duals, 75 percent tread tire remaining, 50 in. rear rubber tires, 540-1000PTO, air ride cab, front weights, rear wheel weights, datatronics, power heated mirrors, auto, AC, heated seat, always shedded 24 ft. Sunflower 1233 Model, 24 ft. disk w/harrow, hydraulic leveling, near new tires, good blades, good condition Orthman 850 bushel grain cart w/rollover tarp, works great, good flighting, 24.5x32 tires, good condition FOR MORE INFORMATION ON PREVIOUS ITEMS CONTACT RANDY THAYER, 785-527-1069 Gravity wagon w/fill auger Dual wheel hay trailer Flatbed 4 wheel trailer 2002 JO 930 flexhead with crary air wheel and full fingered auger FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL, 785-955-0276 Saddle tanks Buffalo cultivator shields 4 Wheel header trailer Hineker planter art. Cattle waterers Grain-O-Valor auger wagon, tandem wheels 100 gal. insecticide tanks for planter 2 Wheel cart w/300 gal, fiberglass tank w/pump IHC 190 cabs and lenders Pickup utility box Pipe trailer River floats for pumps 2 - 500 gal. LP storage tanks Hineker planter lift assist Orthman track filler Catch chute Lagoon floating pumps, single and 2000 Case IH 9390 dsl, Cummins 14L turbo; '91 Case IH 9250 dsl, Cummins LTA 10L turbo; '81 Steiger Tiger ST470 dsl, 10894 hrs; (3) Case IHC Axial Flow combines, 2188, 1688, 1680; '07 Frtliner Columbia dsl, CAT eng, twin turbo; '13 Jett 42' hopper grn trlr; '11 EZ Trail grn trlr; '13 GP 50' gr drill w/fert, only planted 4600 ac; '00 JD" triple phase 2005 Hesston 320 manure spreader #1770 16R planter; (3) '13 Sunflower #2433 chisels, 24', 31 ', 41 '; GP E ectr c motors and winng for parts • - , . ...... ' ........... Geneva welding track closer Ser VII 60 fld cult, (3) flex plows 9 10, 12 bottom; (2) Krause 2196 vora b cyl engine on can Any person WilD is Digging on oenan or 4 ' • " • " - " ....... 5 tandem disks, Collector IHC pickup, TravelAII, 1960s Versatile 8 m and 10 m irngataon pipe and fittings .........T, ~L, .... e~ 3nt,.. ha,, turne,, . another party will beresponsible and legally Announcements day of auction. . tractors, co ectib e, fu y restored; add'l tillage equip, collectible boats. NH 3 pt. sickle mower liable for their bidding take precedence overadverhsJng " LIVE & ONLINE BIDDING! Anhydrous tank LP p~:kup tank -- . . "' ............... Flexicoi155 field sprayer w/booms ~ ......... , P-quipment regularly maintained; maintenance/service records 300 gal. fibarglass tan~ on front mount frame L;necK WeDSll[e 1'or pictures ,. ' " available on most. • . Details & Pics: ' Seer" Ray E CI T..~, .... 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