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o azine honors Finance, a business ~i~e. for agricultural :I~ no professional farm ;ly announced their annual Farmers Omaha, as one firm based on managed. National Company, business is farm sales and ap- has offices in Grand Island, Aurora, York, Concordia, Superior. The m operated by Rodger Dean Company who has been here since April, 1980, when the office was established. According to Dean the Superior territory has shown consistent growth with 19 farms being added to the territory since its opening. This gives a current total of 58 farms managed in this area. The Superior office also handles real estate sales. The office, which is located in Dean's home, manages and sells farmland in both Kansas and Nebraska counties mainly along the Kansas-Nebraska border. Dean's background includes growing up in an g injured in Lincoln agricultural setting in and policy. The company has 60 Southeast Nebraska and farm managers. assisting with the family farm Clients include p/'dfessional operation. He is a graduate of people, teachers, ministers, the University of Nebraska, servicemen, widows, trust Lincoln and has experience in companies, banks and retired banking, insurance and real farmers. The reasons for using estate. He is currently a the managementservicevaries member of the Kansas and from those who are not qualified Nebraska chapter of ASFMRA. to make farm management The Farmers National decisions tb those who are well Company Home Office in qualified but just don't have the Superior Jayceettes met at the home of Julie Delka last Monday. Nancy Thelander, Diane Frietag and Laurie Aksamit were guests. The Birthing Bed project was discussed for the final time. The sum of $5,800 was paid on the day the bed was del/vered and the remaining $200 lm been paid. Omaha provides back-up time or live to far away. New donations included FHA service to the farm managers The company's first objective soup supper, 1375; Superior andtheir clients by handling the is to maintain or improve the Lions Club, $'2,000; and Hospital accounting, insurance matters, typing of reports dictated by the farm manager, as well as providing general leadership land. ~ , An advertisement elsewhere Auxiliary, $200. in this issue contains additional The project, started in June, information on the company, was ready for use at the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls Former Guide Rock county Hospl Monday. native dies in Jayceette Week was celebrated with Susan Peterson 44, Fairbury, Harling, whoseson, Nick, was Mohd S. Hassan, 19, Lincom. New Hampshire being the chairman. The is listed in a member of the Fairbury High The report stated that Harling members attended church on remains in basketball team, was walking to rolled onto the hood of the car Florence Mearns Chalice, 97, Sunday and had a pet.luck care unit in Lin- Pershing Auditorium for and smashed his head throughdied last week at the McKerley supper and played cards that Hospital after Friday's game when the ac- the windshield before rolling off Health Care Center, Laconia, same evening. Cookies wee by a CarcrossingFriday Lincoln police, Harling was point of impact. According to a on a homestead near Guide to area merchants who had h'L~c~ cident occurred. According to the car some s7 feet from the N.H., after a long illness. Born delivered on Monday morning m near the crossing in a crosswalk when he report, Hassan said he didnot Rock, she had been a assisted Jayceettes in the past was struck by a car, driven by see Harling until after the ac- Gilmanton, N.H., resident for year as a way of shewing ap- , cident, the past 49 years, preciation. Friday they invited Harlingsuffereda broken leg, During her youth she lived in prospective members to a broken ribs, head injuries and the Seattle, Wash., area and bowling party and had a joint lacerations and had surgery after graduation from Geneva soup supper with the FHA that night. College, Beaver Falls, Pa., she Saturday. Harlings wife is the former worked in the mission field for A state Jayceette officer met Eleanor Ritterbush of Superior. the Reformed Presbyterian with Superior Area and Ruskin owners today and Dens Cook are and provide a room for private Church (Covenentor), first on o open the Sweet- parties, an Indian reservation near Vandalism strikes le ~ this afternoon Dena was raised at Beatrice. Roy Zeigler's Cherokee, Okla. Mankato H. S. ). The business will Mike was raised in In- funeral Monday In 1912, she was sent to the church's mission in Syria, Several acts of vandalism at in the building ondianapolis, Ind. A Nelson man, Roy Zeigler, where she continued her Mankato High School, one in- 14 North which For additional information died last Thursday at the Mary teaching duties until the World relying a pickup truck, were the Sundance and a schedule of events please Lanning Memorial Hospital, War I hospitalities endangered reported as having occurred read the Sweetwater ad- Hastings, at the age of 80 years, those living in the Near East. Friday night or Saturday by the y moved to vertisement elsewhere in this 1 month and 19 days. trice. They Upon her return to the United Jewell County Sheriff's at 512 East Third.issue of The Superior Express. Funeral services were States she began studying for Department. t]my enjoy meeting Monday at 2 p.m., at the United her master's degree in arabic at In the incident that caused the ad hope they can Methodist Church, Nelson, with the University of Pennsylvania greatest amount of damage, _ new business in a Rites Wednesday the Rev. Paul Sarnuelson of- under Professor Morris someone started apickup truck to provide something ficiating. Burial was in the Lastrow. belon~inu to the school and t of all ages. for Mae Gilbert Nelson Cemetery. The Early in 1918, the Americanallowed it to roll down a hill on are experienced in Klawitter Funeral Home was in . Red Cross recruited her for its the north side of the school ~e public. Dens, 22, Mae Gilebrt, 97, Lebanon, charge of arrangements, work with refugees in Palestine. where it ran over two irrigation ssistant manager of a Kan., died Saturday at a Smith Roy Dudley Z~igler, one ofShe assisted in operating an pipes before crashing into an OWned Colorado Center Hospital. She was the seven children of Alvin and orphanage in Jerusalem and it enclosed fire hydrant. An it and was manager of mother of Lawrence, Gilbert, Mary Thompson Zeigler, waswas there she met her husband, estimated $900 worth of damage restaurant located in Guide Rock. born Jan. 19, 1903, near Oak. He the late Edmund B. Charles.was sustained primarily to the Services were Wednesday lived in the Guide Rock area Returning to the United Statee~ truck. has managed a afternoon in the Christian and waseducated in the Guide they continued work with the Two other incidents wee and a Wymee Church, Lebanon, with the Rev. Rock public school. National Missions of the reported involving smaller to the older Jon H. Henderson officiating. living inColorado Burial was in the Price Years, he was an in- Cemetery, Lebanon. mechanical designer. Survivors include a daughter, in sports. Mrs. Warren Diecker (Ruth), interest is old Lebanon; three sons, Earl of in the Oak, Edgar and Angus Dens enjoys Red Cloud, Lawrence of Guide areas. In 1949 they purchased a Rock and Ray, Hastings; 13 farm north of Nelson where he toexpand the grandchidren; and 14 great farmed until 1963, ~when they available at the bar grandchildren. Nov. 28, 1928, he was united in Presbyterian Church at Labor marriage to Nellie Thorpe. To Remple, Manhattan. this union three daughters and Survivors include her one son were horn. daughter, Margaret A. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Ze]gler farmed Gilmanton; two grandchildren; a sister, Edith McCure, Chapel Hill, N. C., and other relatives. moved into Nelson. He worked for the NuckoU County Road Department unt~ 19~ When be Preceding him in death were l~s parents; brothers, Mervin, Francis and Byron; one granddaughter, Tricia Zeiglar; and three great grandchildren. Survivors are his wife, Nellie; daughters, Delores White of Denver, JoAnn Stepanek of DeBois, Neb,, and Shirley woes idle train apart splitting the train into two sections. Two county road crossings wee closed the balance of the day and into the night. A repair crew had to be sent from Newton to fix the broken coupling. Zeigler, Nelson; one son, Bob When the coupling failed, the Zeigler, Superior; two brothers, six locomotives and 13 cars had Floyd of Superior and Ivan, cleared the first county road Denver; one sister, Mrs. crossing south of the Valley Raymond SanBorn (Anise), View School. Twenty-two cars Grade Rock; three grand- plus the cabooee had yet to clear daughters, Christie Steen- the county highway crossing bsrger, Julieno Zeigler and near the Valley View School. As Jeanine Kintigh; seven grand- the train had just cleared the sons, Steven and Craig Nord- county road crossing north of brock, Don and Scott Stasenka, the school, motorists seeking a Grog Bohling, Mike Worm- yards, detour around the train were steadt and Bryan Zeigler; and as a mixedable to travel that road to the four greatgrandcldldren, Jason was nearing the section line road one mile eas.t, and Jeffery Steenbarger, jason hill south of The train was uncouptm stx Kintigh and Christopher Nor- a drawbar, pulled cars back from the power unim. brock. II II Inc, ,remission Alma, Nebraska Special Bred Cow, Bred Heifer And Cow Calf Pair Sale 19 2:00 p.m. - 4 Complete Herd Dispersions 150 horned Hereford cows. 3-8 years old, bred Hereford bulls. calving now. herd dispersion, Oouble 0 Farms. for more infor- mation, call Don Born. 308-832-0310 134 Simmental and x bred cows. 3-8 years old, bred Simmen- taL calving now. herd dispersion, Warren Rikli, for more infor- mation, call 402.867-3361 80 black whiteface cows, 3-8 years old, bred SimmentaL calving now. herd dispersion, Bennis Barnett, for more infor- mation, call 308.493-5476 80 1st and 2rid Calf Simmental and Limousin heifers with calves at side. for more information, call Wayne Ziebarth, 308.478-6255 35 Charolais and black cows bred timousin bolls, calving now. 6-10 years Bid, Ben Fletcher Estate 25 I st, 2nd and 3rd calf cows with calves at side, Don Larson 19 registered Hereford heifers and cows, 2 Hereford bulls. complete herd dispersion, Phyllis Schroeder 11 1st calf bred heifers, bred to black bulls, Raye imms 1 registered Grown Swiss heifer, calf March 19. bred to registered Brswn Swiss bull, Lola Williams There are a lot of consignments pending at this time. There will be a lot more by sale time. All cows and heifers tested before sale time. For More Information. Call Collect: LarrY Freeland, 308.928-2139 items, in one case the door to the concession stand was damaged and in the other, a tap and die set ws taken from the shop area. The incidents continue under investigation. PERI LIVE COMMISSION CO., Every Saturday Starting ate1:00 p.m. We sold 563 cattle and 311 hogs Saturday on a very active market. Mixed pigs, Edgar. 34 ibs ................ $47.00 per head Mixed pigs. Hardy, 26 Ibs ................ $38.00 per head Mixed pigs. Esbon. 17 Ibs ................ $31.50 per head Mixed pigs. Esbon, 36 Ibs ................ $46.00 per head White pigs, Nelson, 40 Ibs ............... $49.00 per head White pigs. Byron, 46 Ibs ................ $56,50 pet head Mixed pigs. Hardy. 71 Ibs ................ $67.50 per head Mixed pigs, Superior. 105 Ibs ................ $73.00 cwt. White butchers, Superior. 200 Ibs. .......... ~. $50.50 cwt. White sows, Nora ...................... $300.00 per head Mixed sows, Nelson, 436 Ibs ................. $46.26 cwt. Red boar. Guide Rock. 415 Ibs ............... $4l.OOcwt. White boar. Formoso. 280 Ibs ................ $41.00 cwt. Hampshire hoar, Formoso, 175 Ibs ............ $45.00 cwt. Mixed hulls, Byron, 307 Ibs .................. $80.50 cwt. Black steers, Davenport. 233 Ibs ............. $80.00 cwt. Whiteface steers, Superior. 365 Ibs ........... $77.00 cwt. Mixed steers. Nelson. 345 Ibs ........ ........ $70.50 owt. Mixed steers, Superior, 380 Ibs .............. $75.00 cwt. Whiteface bulls, Oavenport, 335 Ibs ........... $75,50 cwt. Mixed bulls, Oavenpert, 375 Ibs .............. $74.75 cwt. Whiteface steers. Superior. 400 Ibs ........... S73.75 cwt. Red steers, Guide Rock, 458 ibs .............. $71.25 cwt. Whiteface steers, Superior, 542 Ibs ........... $70.80 cwt. Mixed steers. Nelson, 453 Ibs ................ $70.50 cwt. Mixed steers, Nelson. 550 Ibs ................ $68.50 cwt. Mixed steers, Superior, 525 Ibs .............. $89.70 cwt. Mixed steers. Superior, 521 Ibs. ............. $67.00 cwt. Red steers, Guide Rock, 590 Ibs .............. SH.O0 cwt. Whiteface steers, Byron. 685 Ibs ............. $66.10 cwt; Black whiteface steers, Superior, 835 Ibs. ..... $66.10 cwt. Charolais steers. Superior. 610 Ibs ............ $70.50 cwt. Black steers. Wsbber, 580 ibs ................ $68.10 cwt. HoJstein steers, Webber. 553 Ibs ............. $58.50 cwt. Whiteface steers. Superior, 545 Ibs ........... $60.80 cwt. Mixed steers, Superior, 674 Ibs .............. $66.60 cwt. Mixed steers, Superior. 705 Ibs .............. $61i,50 CWt. Mixed steers, Superior, 685 Ibs .............. $67.00 cwt. Mixed steers. Superior, 669 Ibs .............. $67.80 cwt. Mixed steers. Nora, 917 Ibs .................. $64.50 cwt. Whiteface heifers, Oavenport. 323 Ibs., ....... $68,50 cwt. Whiteface heifers. Nelson, 290 Ibs ............ $67.25 cwt. Mixed heifers, Edgar, 387 Ibs ................ S66.50 i:wt. Mixed~heifers, Superior, 414 ibs .............. $64.30 cwt. Black whiteface heifers, Oavenport. 307 Ibp .... $04.76 cwt. Whiteface heifers, Oavenport, 425 Ibs., ..,. $G6.50 cwL Whiteface hailers, Superior, 542 Ibis ........... $62,70 cwt. Whiteface heifers. Superior, 498 ibs ........... $64.50 cwt. Mixed heifers, Nelson, 307 Ibs ............... $04.28 cwt., Mixed heifers. Nelson, 469 Ibs. $63.75 cwt. Mixed heifers, Superior, 46i Ibs .............. $64.80 cwt, Black whiteface heifers, Superior. 565 Ibs ..... $62.90 cwt. Mixed heifers. Superior, 509 Ibs .............. $03.80 cwt, Mixed heifers, Republic, 675 Ibs .............. $62.50 cwt.. Charolats heifers. Hardy, 690 Ibs ............. $01.50 cwt. Mixed heifers. Superior, 665 Ibs ...... .. ...... $65.00 cwt. 8lack bull. Superior, i,425 Ibs ............... $40.25 Cwt. Stmmental hull. Superior ............... $705.00 per head Butcher cows sold from ............ $41,00 ts $45.00 cwt. In order to have your livestock advertised we Suggest call us early with your consign- ments. Barn 402-879-3711 Office 402.879-4761 Dean Jones Gary (Pete) Nielsen 402-225-4281 402.879-4949 an old saying that it pours. The truth was certainly to Santa Fe Friday. began in the Yard as a crew was a train. For an a switch at Elevator several cars to was not ex- their own plus that the Agrex railroad workers on the track afternoon. confined to or ers seem a bit early, the cold rainy week but in an e me .n is appearing issue, the is booking ekiag the position of and lifeguards. are interested in POSitions are ) submit a written mailed or to the office and addressed no later than April 1. to meet that Sum the applications e decisions. lifeguard possess that include certificate, a weUas a of first aid. MOnday Matinee League W L 57 43 52 48 49% 5O% 48 51 48 52 45 game and 193, 474; Superior series: Co., I Alma, Nebraska Thursday, March 17. 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Birthing Bed project A check for $2,000, representing the donation of the Superior Lions Club, to the Jayceettes for the birthing bed project, was presented to representatives of the Jayceettes, V0nia Hansen, left, and Deb Doreza, during the regular Lions meeting Tues- day evening. Holding the check are Lions president, Keith McKeown, and past presideht, Andy Montgomery. --Express Photo' Jayceettes Sunday, March 6, to discuss membership and growth ideas. Jeanne Roberts shared her enthusiasm and urges everyone to get their chapters involved. The Jayceettes have planned other money-making projects later this year. The year-era banquet will be April 5. Anrmal awards will be given and out- standing members recognized. We will offer for sale at public auction the following described property at the farm located 3 miles north of Formoso, Kan,, and '/, east or 3 miles south and '/, mile east of Lovewell, Kan. beginning at 12:30 p.m., on, The farm consists of 80 acres more or less, of Jewell County, Kansas, rolling land of which the government carries 58 acres of cultivated land, 44 acres of which is presently farmed, and the balance in native grass. There is a 34-acre wheat base of which 15 acres is in growing wheat. Purchaser will receive full posses- sion. There is a 5-acre milo allotment, 5 /2 acre corn allotment and 3 acres of alfalfa. All acres are approximate and we imply no war- ranty Of acres. JJJ . _ , ,,, Terms. 2O/o down day of sale' Sa ance in 30 days or when marketable title will be furnished. Full and immediate possession. te8ai Description: East of NW V,= of Section 6-Range 3-6. The 1982 taxes and all prior years to be paid by the seller. Buyer to assume the 1983 taxes. All information given day of sale will take precedence over written material. Eickmann Realty Keith Eickmann, Broker Gale Mikkelsen, Auctioneer and Salesman Allis Chalmers WD with live hydraulic 44 Massey Harris with live hydraulic 55 Massey Harris with wide front and live hydraulic 101 JH combine with cab, 14- ft, header 14-ft. Allis Chalmers disc Owatana swather, 12-ft, IH baler, twine tie John Deere side delivery rake 2 American loaders, one with stack buster and grapple fork Allis Chalmers 3-16 plow 4-14 pull type plow 3-14 pull type plow 4-row top planter New idea pull-type mower .2-row cultivator for WD Allis Chalmers 2 Older grain drills Manure spreader John Deere 15-ft. one-way with 21-inch discs 1973 Chevrolet V2-ton pickup With 4-speed 1949 Dodge 2-ton truck with hoist, good condition 5xl 6 bumper stock trailer 2-wheel trailer 20 Head of crossbred cows, 3 to 7 years old, to start calving March 20. Cows will be preg and blood checked. Bred to Santa Gertrudis bull 3-year-old Santa Gertrudi$ bull 9-year-old Appaloosa saddle horse 3-year-old shetland gelding 2 Milking goats, 3 baby goats and 2 lambs Electric fence posts and wire; wood feed bunk; 2 round bale feeders; 30 links of 20-ft. 8-inch irrigation pipe, gated for 40-inch rows; 1/3 sack cement mixer; 300-gallon gas barrel on steel stand; heat lamps; 2 15-inch white spoke wheels;pedal grind stone 2 Wood stoves; 2 propane stoves; washer and dryer; refrigerator, 5-years old; freezer; gas cook stove; antique hutch; dressers; beds; bar stools; cabinets; stereo Terms: cash. No property removed until settled for. All pro- perty at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for acci- dents. avi Sale Conducted by Gale Mikkelsen Complete Auction Service, Phone 402-226.3271, Ruskin, Neb.