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~I~T!I~!.StI_I~ERIO_R E XPRES~ Thursday, March 15, 197._..______3 ,veeke.d. He is being l rans- ~,.,r h(,,',, Music 7.71 Bill Ilan)el and Kenl of Superipr lerred from Fort Sill, Okla.. to I.i~w,,In "F(,I(, anti Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne Fort Carson, Colo., v,'tlere he &T~.h,g. 66.93.d Ilavs. H dyL N ,,,~,,,,,,,,,,~e~,o40.00 l),mald Bucknell of Fremont x ill he stationed for Ih( next 16 st. l'aul angelical Mrs Marie S ,['ensen 10.00 amt Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aurand air oc eq~s m,m!l',s, tleisreceivingtraining t.utheran Church r,f Itardv: l)ictz,.Musiclh,u+;c 7.25 a,ldfantilywereFridayevening h, I)e a surveyor, lh,v. Kent Morse, pastor. S,t'l)h(,,s~,n Sch.;)l guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weekend house guests of Mr. graduare,,fYale By Mrs. R.J. llale l)elbert of Edgar, and Mr. and Mr. and " Mrs. Kenneth Stmdav, 9:30 a.m.. Key 73 Mr. and Mrs. ttubert Henry Mrs. Bob ttumiston of Lincoln I'vde,'sen, Susie and Ken, and l~ibh, St[l(lv on TV Channt;ls 10 Sulq)h 35.79 ~mics and children. :rod Mrs. Clyde Cramer werehas been doing mati~ .\lh~ &'Bac.n 8.80 Mr. and Mrs. Don Gunn, Misses Alice Spiik and Annelie rest'arch al l.a)s Alar~ wt,ni It) l.incoln Feb. 24 to visit were Sunday dinner guests of l.isa Eilzmann visited over the aml l l; 9:45 a.m., Sunday :-;h~ix~s Music (~cnler 260.39,\,gcla and Darrin tff Superior M,,di|t ,ff Stockholm Sweden ('arls.n was a higl ,heir s.n, Iterbert, and family Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Imler in "cckend in Omaha. Mr. vhurch set, eel; 11:00 a.m~, lh,, l)ar, 17877 Sl)t',tt Sunday evenir|g with Mr. ::ltl;il~i~itr'gi~saZ:de h)uring the" ' ~, ~duae, '~'''" ~'~"fi~ ~/11Mr'~ 0 ;.mdMr.~ndMrs. Olto Peter- Superior. The occasion was in lh'derscnallendedastateof-,|,,rningw-rship. Sermontille: Superi.rFxl)ress 12.00amtMrs. Presh)nGunn. ('. rAM:Sos,BNngi~is (l:~:~l!tif.c sen. Thcv returned home h.nm',f Mr. and Mrs. Ebright's fleers' ineeting of the Danish J 1 M,,nday. " anniversary and the birthdays Fh'.!ht'rllood. He also visited "Turning The World Upside lh'dersvnLbr.('o. 38.47l.e.n ll,,bst,n came home '~1 , I),,w~l." 5:00 p.m.. Lulhe|" l'~',erscl~ Oil & Ir,,nt Kansas Slate Friday for l',ited Slales h) learn more of The girls plan 1o stl 5,11-. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl ,,I Mrs. Powers and Mr. lmler, l).n F'elersen in the Veterans In'ague. went h) Independence, Me., Elvin llansen and two II,,spital in Omaha. They visited Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. Singers o! l" 40.50st)ring vacation, with his ,,tit cusloms "and language, counlry until mid-sun Feb. 24, h~visil their son, Wally, daughters and Mrs. Katherine !heir daughlers, Margene in "l',.dav; 8~'00 p.m. senior choir. Mm'xin Schlueter 35.40 parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tht,y arrived in Washington, ,he Carls.ns will iea~ Arlen Schlueler 70.80Ih,bs.n, and Elaine. I).('. six weeks ago and toured day fro'Sweden to spen aml family a couple of days. Drivt,r of Springfield, Me., Omaha and Marcia in Lincoln.W("dnt'sdav, 2:00 p.m., (;h,, l.:dwards 35A0 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,he s,ulhern states and m,~nths. Mrs. Wall~, Kohl is director of visited Erik Hansen Wed- Mrs. Arlyne Gunn, Mr. and l.urht,ran (~hurchWomen: Wax,eSchullz 140.00 Aurand and family were Sun-California by bus. They are()lher guesls in the the junior choir in their church, nesday. Mr. Hansenis a nephew Mrs. Gary Gunn an~l daughter l)r.gram, Mrs. ttarvev Kt't/u(,t[~ Pedersen35.40day evening supper guests of prt'senlly enroute to Min- Sunday were She'h~ok her group of 25 to the ,4 Erik, and Mrs. Driver is a ,4 Chesler and Eldon Eitzmann I't,lersen ; hostesses, Mrs. llubt,rl Sim.nsen 70.80Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Aurand ,eapolis from Santa Fe, N.M. .Mrs. Paul Benson of Trinity Lulheran Ht spital on niece, and daughters were Friday t)sca|.Eilzmann and Mrs. Lh)vd ,lam.s Miller 53.10:rod children al Belleville. They Mr. and Mrs. Carlson joinedNel)., Art Cramer el Sunday I, sing for the patients. Mrs. Elmer Paul, Mrs. Donevening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ()lsen. Wednesday is tlae ,lames Miller made a motion were celebrating Jill Aurand's ~he girls in New Mexico. Mr. Shcila Anderson of i Janis and Kelly Kohl, grand- Edwards and Kenneth Jensby Willard McCutcheon and (h'adline for receiving clothing r,, accept bills, seconded by fiflh birlhday. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. were guests of honor at a sur- famih,. . Carlson. a nat ive of Sweden is a Bill IJnch'oth and Hare J(,rtm~e Kohl, are members of prise birthday dinner Thursday Mrs. Glenn Pedersen artd h,r Bealrice State Home. All \rh, u Schlueter.Motion Tom Sealock of Hastings types and sizes of clothing is c.wri(,(l. Mrs. Ron Konvalin and sons ()maha are visiti~ lhe choir, evening. Twenty friends were (;reg, Mr. and Mrs. Art visiled Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ocobockpresent. They all went to the Pedersen and Mrs. Jack Coff-acceplable. 4:30 p.m., seventh Arh,n Schlueter made a Aurand Friday afternoon, calledSalurday aflernoonat the grandparents Mr. a amt ,.,ighth grade confirmation, m,,ti.n h) eliminate initiation Marvin Webber home. Marvin Webt)er, this and family of Byron were Kenneth Jensby home after aman and Curtis of Kearney 8:00 p.m., Mid-week,,Lentens('('.nded by JamesMiller. - ............. - Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed dinner guests of Mrs. OrphaLee cafe dinner for the remainder of ~e,'c Sunday dinner guests of service. Sermon: Gospel M,~i~m curt'ted. :Valley w:" PcrY~ Feb. 25. q~e evening. Cindy Jensby of Dr. and Mrs. P, C. Molgard. P.wer." Several patrons of the district e(~,) C.IbyatVisitedSalurday and Sunday inthe Marvin Ross home. wereSundayMr and MrS.afterno~Dal* ,Wt;dnesday was a busy dayllastlngs was home to help her Mrs. Coffman and Curtis called The women of the church are were present and redistricting Pamela and David Frum of ,,n Mr. and Mrs. JeS t "" 1 ,' ~wr. and Mrs. R. J. Ha e. fatht r celebrate his birthday. ,,n Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hoshaw reminded that March 28 will be was discussed. By Mrs. Ella Summers Char lesW. tlawleyofBelleville Mr. and Mrs. Walter C zirr in theaflernoon. ,he SpringDistrictAssemblyof JamesMillermadea motion Mr. andMrs. FayHardingof ~ ~~C~ was a coffee guest in the received a letter from Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and d,, Central District of the LCW I, a~)pl a $6,400 salary base Lyons, Kan., visited Mr. and torenoon and Dennis Templeton Merrill Tucker, telling of the family attended the wedding of Mrs. Clark's nephew, Denniswhich will be held at St. Paul f.r cerlified teachers--four /Virs. Marvin Webber and Mrs. l.ulheran Church, Grand I)erct'nt increase, 5-year ex- Eleanor Crispin from Friday guests.andRalst"n'MiSSDennisNeb"KathYiswereJhnsnin thedinnerAirf Calif.death of Dr. Nelson, of Whittier,llardy oneNelsntime.practiced in St egmanSWansn'at St.t PeterMiSSs ChurchLinda ,,,Island Get your reservations inMrs. Glen Miekelsen. perience maximum. Two yearuntil Sunday. HISTORICAL SOCIE F.rce, stationed at Minot, N. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Coy-in Aurora, Kan., March 3. previous experience allowedDwayne McKeown, a student D., and was home on leave. Mr. nlanandMr, andMrs. HerbertSaturday eveningMr, andMrs. The UniouChurch of tlardy: ,'.ilh a limit of $500 per year at llays College, came home OPEN MEETIN and Mrs. Floyd Sisson of Kinelinetff Omaha and Mr. and Ray Clark, John and Tom at- Peter D. Trucano, minister,matil you get on the schedule. Friday for a week of spring Webber called in the afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and len(ted the wedding of Miss Church school,10:00 a.m. Arlen" Sctfleuler seconded it. vacalion with his parents, Mr. Mrs. Joe Calder, jr., of Cara were Sunday supper Janice Meyer to Randy Evert of Mrs. Mabel Crandall. M,,iioncarriedunanimouly. andMrs. KeithMcKeown, and Fairbury and Mr, andMrs. Jim gUCSls of Mr. and Mrs. Bill lh,public, at the Salem superintendent. Morning C-ntracls were offered to"$dil" Mlrch Calder visitedMr, andMrs. Joe C,,rman and Kerry. Lutheran Church north of worship, 11:00 a.m,. Sermon faculty. ~ _ Myron Intermill and Mark Calder Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen Superior. "Adjustment of Life. ' Anthem, Eld~,n Eitzmann maue a visited Sunday in Manhattan at W Jess Jensby of Gresham, Ihe lIarmonetles, Ushers, Bill In.ii.n to adjourn seconded by he Wade Kuhlmann home. ,ertainedMrS TOmBridgeSOrenSenClub in heren" andVisitedMrs.SundaYNelseVeningsorensen.With Mr. (h'e., came Saturday to visit C.rman, Kerry Corman, Hugh Arlen Schleuter. Motion M,'s. Inlermill, who has spentNelson Cily Auditorio home Wednesday forenoon, Mrs. Arlyne Gunn and Mr. rclalives. Sunday he, Mr. and Gillian, Calvin Hobson. Youth carried. ,he week in the Kuhimann l,eslieOIsenof Topeka was an and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann andMrs. Art Jensby of Davenport, Fclh)wship, 5:00 p.m. Marjorie Blair, home, caring for her grandson, .vernight guest of his parents, R~IJean and Lorna EitzmannMr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger, Tuesday, Bible Study of the Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Olsen, wcn~ to Edgar Sunday af- Kelvin and Del visited Mr. and Book of Romans, 1:30 p.m. returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Imler of 7::30 p.m. Thursday. ,ernoon. Mrs. Gunn visited Mr. Mrs. Jl,eCalder. The Hardy community haS=D ::=: Mankato were Wednesday and Mrs. Truman Gunn and the evening callers at the Marvin Carl Jones of the Nebr/ Abou{ 20 ladies attended Mr. andMrs. Bud Hansen and started the Red Cross Drive J(well Social Circle at the home Eilzmanns went to the Stanley Webber home. Vonda went to Lincol~ar Sunday during this month. Please leave ,f Ethel Briggs Thursday. They l,ang home to help their h~ visit Mr. and M s. Arloall donations at the Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun S'l'ate Historical Society will spea enjoyed a pot luck dinner and~ daughler, Mrs. Lung, observe Ilansen and to help their Bank. Rev. Peter D. Trucano isBy Mrs. Preston Gunn and tleidi called Thursday History Comes to Life in Museum: visiling. , her birthday, o- grandson, Steven, celebrate his chairman. ElhelSimmon's dinner guests evening on Dr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. Bill y]rman and Mr. anaand Mrs. Joe Etter f third birthday. Mr. Hansenisin I.'lardy Bo rd Sundav noon were Mr. andMrs. Andersen in Superior. Come and show your support Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Syhia, Kan., visited over the lhe Marine Reserves and has l),,n Simmons and family, Mr. Phillip and Amy Mason County ~Auseuwi Protect."- Cara went to Mankato Thurs- weekend with their daughter, recently been promoted to Of Igdu~tion and Mrs. Jim Nitcher and visited Sunday with their day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Delka, and family. Sergeant. family and Garrith Simmons of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Coffee and CookEes WEll Be i{ichard Burns. Sunday forenoon Mrs. DelkaCollege students attendingDistrict 9 Board of Education Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Mrs. Etter visited Mrs. school in Kansas are enjoying a met March 5, 1973 with allAlfred Lauritzen. The occasion Rasmussen of Belleville called Charles Thompson. break from their work thismembers and Superintendentfin" the celebration was Don on Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensenweek, except Jon Gillilan, who Keency present. Simmon's birthday. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. wenl to the Glenn Edwards is doing laboratory work in Minutes were read and ap- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson Arl K~thrinebergof Salina were home In help Jeff observe his Kalamozoo, Mich. He expects to proved. .f Manhattan are spending their Saiurday dinner guests and Mr. birthday Saturday evening,be home Wednesday. The following bills were spring vacation with Mr. and and Mrs. tlomer Cardwell of Friday Mrs. Nels Sorensen,Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Blairpresented for payment: Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Mr. Scandia called in the afternoon. Mrs. Glenn Edwards and Jeff and children visited the Dean Village of Hardy $34.00and Mrs. Roland Grueber at CIIURCH NEW ,~ d Mr.q C.arv Rargon af Pedersen family in Nelson PetlyCash 10.00Byron Mr. and Mrs. Jensen went to an ..........-' ---o ......... ilaslings Welding Steve Gunn and Gary Lervold Fmrbury went to Lincoln to the .......... Supply 4.34spenl the weekend in Lincoln Lincoln Sunday where Mr. " ~aturaay evening. &nsen, was admitted to Lincoln mr. anu airs H o. reaersen, basketball tournament .... =, ; ... General ttospital for tests.Mr.- a.u""'~ ~,~ta.a'~-" oo,.'^~'- oenacn ~ ...... u,air. ann airs. t;lyae t:ramer ann. Darell Rhoads 36.50with Arliss Eitzmann. . Mr and Mrs Bradley Blmr tluril Book Co. 139.90 h, an Van Meter returned Mrs. Ruby Hill, Emma Clay Center, Neb., v|s|ted over " . .. _" .... thmscn and Martha Day visited ..... ,.^_.~. :,,_ ,~,,.: ...... ,..were m umana weanesaay to Uniservice 15.90home from the St. Elizabeth lht wt't:~el~u wttu paxeuta, attena ..... a Lumlaermans'uon" D.C. tlealh 6.21lh)spilal at Lincoln on Wed- Irene Nelson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs..Herbert. .,Jensen vention " Ilammond and nesday, His condition has ira- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jensenand Mr. ann mrs. rtarvey .. ......... " and daughters of Lincoln were t~,,, ..... tar. ann airs, ~mnara. op.,Stephens 37.95proved since he had surgery on -'-'~'..'"~:.'~ .~_. ~, .... ~ o[ Salina spent the Americana Annual ~,~flis back. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M~. a.u ~v~. ~o=ca actcza=, _ . . "" weekend with Mr and Mrs Corp. 7.95 Su,dav evening guests of Mr. Don Edwards and Lisa. and Christy returned Wed-. .... : . . Ne. Public Power 99.34and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Mr. and Mrs. George Piper of ........... Harmu rersinger lv~r upsnaw ncsaay lrom .,tnKorage, masKa, ...... . .... II.ughton-Mifflin 12.14I.isa were Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Col,rack~ Springs moved their where, the-y have been livin-$ ass~stea~ air. rersinger., w~tn me --., ....... w~ rk of repawmg the former ll.spesMusic 2.00 Birrell and sons, Mr. and Mrs. furnilure to Hardy Saturday. wnuc r~oger was serwng w~tn M ........ um eu t,e gn house They have purchased Emma Ihe Armed Forces. He has his " llansen's house. Mrs; Hansen discharge and is a civilian - Sunday Herbertdinner guestSjensenOf Mr. k t~mght LeRoy Hansen s quonset again, and Mrs. were house and will move there.Callers in the Joe Train home Mrs. Harry Jensen, Mr. and Harold Sweet and Bill Lin-Ihe past few days were Hazel Mrs. John Jensen of Clay A CUT ~ ABOVE THE REST! droth ".'ere in Manhattan Rhoads, Clair Henry, IreneCenter and Miss Karen Kap- ,d~ . Salurday. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. permanofBelleville. Afternoon hp~ Mr. andMrs. LeRoy Hansenllubert Henry. Mr. and Mrs. guests included Mr. and Mrs. and children spent the weekend Train observed their 60th Walter Schlamann of Nora, wilh Mrs. Hansen s parents, wedding anniversary March 12. Miss Esther Schlamann and Mr and Mrs. John Harvey, at Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schriever Phillips, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. l rman Clark of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. - Edwards, with the help call(id on Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Larry Hoops and Shawn of carried oui a surprise birthday Mrs. Emma Hansen and Irene parly for her mother, Mrs. Don Nelson called on them Sunday In the spring, the head of a Edwards, Wednesday evening, evening, wild tom turkey appears quite Those present were Mrs. C.R. Pfc. Douglas Cappell visited reddish at a distance, while the Edwards, Mrs. Paul Edwards his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. head of the hen has a bluish and Kim of Superior, Mrs. Clyde Washington, last cast. ~~./! ~~)/:// Glenn Edwards, Jeff, Randy Bcckv, L WIDE ,AND' I'~,(~l-I i/~(~//~ ~/ and Mrs. Jim Miller and I I I --~ \ Brian' Mrs' Tm Srensen and I, A~.71 ji T,,mmy and Mrs. Kenneth q(']NNI~'~G Edwards and Cara. ' ...... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright, Mrs. Celia Powers of Republic, Mrs. June Alspaugh and ~ "/ 1 ' ~ r ': I I Flower and vegetable gardening can be back- I I breaking work what with all the spading, culti- [ Whenyou'resickorhurt, you I vating, aerating and composting that's required. i deserve a little personal at- | On the other hand, it can be a very rewarding and ]1 lenttOn.son to personAt StatehealthFarminsur.per-|l !GOD offers I relaxing hobby with the help of an.Ariens Tiller. I ance revives that ld" I I I Ariens, America's first garden tiller manufac- I fashioned idea of personal | His children many gifts--- I attention. Yet it protects you I turer, offers three styles of rugged tillers-- the [ against tday's saring reed" [ I ! gear-drive Jets and Rockets and a brand new I teal costs. It can even make I and the greatest chain-drive model. Powered with engines ranging I aure you get extra money if I from 3 HP to 7 HP, some models feature two ! Yu're in the hspital" Or an | I I | income If you're disabled. I of these is/ove speeds forward and reverse and the popular side- [ Call me about it, II It'side adjustable handlebars t aVid walking the very reason for funeral serv/ce ~n tilled soil. When you add up all the features of Ariens I OMERLONG I lisLOVE ! Tillers and compare performances you're bound IRed Cloud, Nebraska! to say- "What A Way To Hoe!" ne74''33s ]1 MEGRUI ;o P] I(2EI C STOMERidin FINANClN;enl CO I Funera/H I " ' ......... Ol te I[ , J ,I! Wayne Megrue John Price i Phone879-4019 Superior, Nebraska INI eAN~t AUT~sMJBtL~ lhS~AhC[ CuMPAf~Y n ~ .... o ..... . ...... V ............ i I Serving Superior and the Surrounding Area. |~ ' | " I State Farm iii i!!i j Aa we havo sold our fm, m we will sell the following Personal Properly on fmma located 1 mllo south front tho southwest comor of Ong, Nobr. on Th rsday, Mar,:h STARTING AT 12:30 O'CLOCK Head of Cattle- 6 Heroford Cows, 5 to 6 yrs. old. 4 Black WF Bull Calvos. 8 Black WF Cows, coming with 2rid .............. calve~ Those cow~ axe bred to re- a maclc w r rlmxer calves, then c~tered Black Bull to calve in May. calves are from 350 to 500 lba. Farm Machinery 2 TRACTORS- CASE c0/,gi MasNy.Ferquson 180 Dlesol Tractor, 1969 Case 960 Combine, 14 ft. curd Wide Front End, actual hours, 900. bar, complote with cab. F-20 Tractor, on rubber, completo with Loader. 1 IHC No. 470 4-row Go-Dig, n ar now. 1951 Intematio~nal I.-160 Truck, g4sp4 New Dempaster 4-row Mountod List0r, arao, n. and hoist. Rotary Motd-]kxmt rubbor 1959 Chovrolot Tnack, 6 cyllndor, wheel Hydraulic marker, pleto with l -ft, box and hoka. 160 acres. IHC 8' 16-runnor Grain Drill Mauoy-Ferqusoa 13 4t. Tandom Disc, 404t. Kolly-Ryan Elevator. 20" blades, like now. Speed King 41-ft. Auger. 1967 M. F. Mod .12 Ue Hay Baler Spoed King 27.ft. 6 Auger. Clark 24-fl. Folding Harrow on rubber IHC row Godlg Transport, near now IHC C Tractor Mower Ford 3-Bottom 14" Tractor Plow. 2 Farmhand Waqon Hoists I~F. Sido Dolivery Rako. ~,~~ ~..~....J.........~ "bl, F. '-It. Tractor Mower, mmu' new. lrl~ .~M~klIUH J~UJ.e~[~-]--~ /-n. t ,actor maao. 660 it. 8" Pipe, gatod overF 40" 2 100 . aL Tanks,. cmplete with pump 1,950 it. 6" Pipe, gated every 40" aria zerauzer anacumentn, sido mtgs. milo 4' Sprinkler Line Ford 2-row Stalk Shreddor Some Short Ptpe Elbows, T'S, R, 3-row Tool Bar Hmor. ors. Faag Pluck, Etc. Z Feed I~un~ Ccdtlo OllorI ,, ..... - " Johnson Propane Tank Heator z wooaon r-e tmz MISCELLANEOUS-- Pile of Can Pipe Wisconsin 7 H. P. M Pickup Tank and Pump Altalta Seed.. Pickup Hitch Buggy Top for Tractor ToolBox for mck~p Gro~ae Guns Speed Jack Wire Windormr ;mnprmmor Sl lc Hcanmer P,op,: Tc=k,,T=,e, S.,o x' Propmae Tank Pig Churn, Etc. 3 H.P. Eleclric Motor El ctrtc Fence P. ts an..d Tools and many 2 Smaller Electric Motors t onemg .traezor aamo anooua Items too : Used Lumber , Wiro Stretcher erous to mention. AUCnqNEEaS qomeaws..=.r' t. = .,,-a, ,.,=hr..a, n~ ooon ~ on a mmau mrm. TEP, IV S: Cash, No,,p p?. rty to bg." , o od rmttl settled for, All p=oporty at b risk after bidomresponmme xor acddents. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel W " (JOW~ Auctioneers:Bergen Real Fadcde, Sutton, Phone 402-775,595, and Dale & Co., York, P'hono 40 one -362-3011. Security State Bank. F, dgaz,