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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 27, 2014 II Ionia in Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing message at the Ionia United Meth- odist Church. It was titled "But We Need To Go." Scripture references were John 4:1-42 and Romans 5:1-11. Greeters were Joe and Zane Colson. The father and son also lit the altar candles. Joe served as usher. Pianist was Ann Colson. There will be a Lenten service at the Ionia U.M. Church Sunday evening. A light supper will be served at 5 with the service following. .Rita and Dakota Rose were in Colo- rado Monday through Saturday visit- ing Rita' s sisters, Connie and Marilyn. Thursday, Rod Rose went to Beloit and brought Colin Rose back to the Rose farm where he stayed until Sun- day afternoon. Friday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli went to Great Bend and visited Gloria' s aunt, Joan Lockwood. Zane Colson will be competing in the state wrestling competition at To- peka. Leon and Karen Boden, and Bud and Jean Boden attended a Mac Bailey 'concert at Beloit. Last Tuesday night, Leon and Karen Boden, and Roger Fedde attended the Jewell County Historical Society meet- ing held at the Rock Hills High School, Mankato. The guest speaker was Jeff Broom. Shane and Kristi Hillman and Tay- lor Moseley attended Kylee Hillman' s birthday party held at Concordia. Kylee turned four. Those from the community attend- ing a baby shower Saturday afternoon honoring for Alahna Slate were Jean Boden, Karen Boden, and Alalma's grandmother, Dorothy Slate. The shower was held at the Catholic church, Mankato. Temperatures dipped as low as 9 degrees Saturday night. One inch of snow fell on Ionia over night Saturday and early Sunday morning. Pat Diemart's daughter, Chriss, Chriss's daughter Khristin, and Khfistin's son Carson of Texas met Pat in Beloit. They joined Cecil Hillman at the Mitchell County Hospital Long Term Care Unit and took five genera- tion photos. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Such a glorious day to run some errands out of town! The sun was shin- ing. The breeze was a bit cool. Green was beginning to emerge from its long winter sleep. People had been talking about planting the early garden. That meant one errand was to purchase fresh garden seeds for the crops that endure the cold. Best laid plans do go awry! Other tasks and meetings took the next day, which was decent before the cold air swooped into town and country. And snow fell with more predicted. Those poor garden seeds may sit on the shelf for a long time despite the fact that the thoughts of fresh spinach have been whetting the taste buds since leaving the garden store. Randall By Fawna Barrett This area was surprised with about an inch of snow again. The ground was white Sunday morning from what fell in the night. The annual pancake and pie day was a success again this year. The Randall firemen do this event with some pies furnished by the Randall Senior Citizens. Elisha and Jim Bolte were the chairpersons. Co-op Appreciatioh Day drew a crowd to Randall for rolls during the morning and hamburgers and all the trimmings at noon. Several feed sales- men were present to visit with the farmers. Eight women played bridge at the Randall Public Library Wednesday afternoon. Mary Ann Kibbe drove to Kansas City Thursday to care for her grand- son, Jacob, while his parents, Kara and Lucas Kent, took a short vacation. She visited her sister, Marilyn Tiemeyer, who lives nearby, and another sister, Ruth Eastin, Lakin, who was visiting and seeing a doctor there. Ruth rode as far as McPherson as Mary Ann re- turned home and family met her there. Corbin Ramsey, Sedgwick, and Chris Ramsey, Brooklyn and Gentry, stayed the weekend with Mike and Jill Ramsey. Angela Dreher and children stayed Thursday afternoon and overnight with Roger Zimmer before returning to their home in Topeka. Charles and Della Houghton at- tended the Marty Smart concert at Stiefel Theater in Salina on Saturday evening. Friday evening, Dakota Peters was honored with a sixth birthday party at the home of her dad, Mark, and Cecelia Peters. Invited guests were grandpar- ents, Gilly and Roger Reiter, Dan and Elaine Peters, great-grandparents, Cliff and Nevada Vetter, and Nick and Lucy Peters, uncles and families. Debbie and Dennis Galoway, Derby, stayed the weekend with her mother, Leota Clawson. Vicky Mahin visited them Sunday afternoon. Elisha B'lte, Randall postmaster, has been assigned to the Glasco Post Office for a few months. Her replace- ment in Randall is April Webster, Burr Oak. Jaren Flavin visited Saturday morn- ing with hisaunt, Marti McElroy, while his mother, Jennifer, was helping with the pancake feed. Kristi Vetter, Brooke and Abby, attended a horse show in Wichita dur- ing the weekend. Jesse Vetter went to Washington, D.C., with the Beloit High School government class during spring break. Cindy and Cianna DeLeon, Jenna DeLeon and ber friend, camped at Lovewell Lake for a couple of days during spring break. David DeLeon had to work, but helped them set up and move back home. Saturday afternoon, Fawna Barrett attended a birthday party for her great- grandson, Blake Fultz, in Jewell. • Mark Novak recently had total hip replacement in Wichita. He is now recuperating at home. Mankato Before the beginning of worship at Harmony United Methodist Church Sunday, Lora Lerhling gave the an- nouncements, which included: Sun- day evening lenten service at Burr Oak beginning with supper at 5 p.m. fol- lowed by worship; March 30, supper and worship will be at Ionia. Pianist Lyle Dauner began the wor- ship with the prelude, "It Took a Miracle." During the children's mes- sage, Pastor Gerry Sharp reminded the children that God is always with them. The Chancel Choir anthem, "Reflec, tions from Micah," was directed by Pat Grout and accompanied by Lyle Dauner. The morning scripture was Matthew 9:18-26. In his sermon titled ','Miracles in the Long Haul," Pastor Sharp talked about questioning why people suffer and die. God knows the big picture. God can use all things for His purpose of glori- fying Him. God prepares us and helps us and stays with us through the tough times. God doesn't do less than His best for us. Susan Abel-Diehl stayed a few days last week in Emporia. She visited at the home of J.T. and Jessica Jeffery and their one month old twins, Jace and Jaelynn. Visiting at their grandparents, Rob- err and Vonda Wakefield, home for spring break were Will, Wyatt, Amelia and Graham Prothe, Olathe, and Colby, Jacob and Camryn McKay, Moundridge. Tami Dunn Klinedinst was thrilled with the birth of her grandson, Malcom Lawrence, born March 18 to Anna and Nick Taylor, St. Paul, Minn. The little guy weighed six pounds, nine ounces :and was 20 and one half inches long. Wayne and Judy Dunn are his great- grandparents. Martha DeNayer is his great-great-grandmother. Audrey Diamond visited her sister, Eileen Erickson, in Courtland Monday afternoon. Byron and Jackson Zeigler, Wamego, were here to visit their grand- parents, Rick and Shelia Diamond and Roger and LindaZeigler, during spring break. They also visited Derek and Ashley Clark, Dayne and Levi in Su- perior. Megan and Brad Mofford, Over- land Park, announced the birth of their son, Jackson Thomas, on March 19. He weighed seven pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 and one half inches long. Anxious to welcome him home are 13.14 FURNITURE, MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS have been consigned to today's, March 27 Abdal Auction starting at 10 a.m. Kottmeyer Business Park, Superior, Neb. Grain Bins • Eaton • GSI • Vacro-Pruden '• American Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial • Sukup • Hutchinson • Neco • DMC • York Legs • GSI Dryers 785-781-4383 * 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin • P.O. Box 17 ° Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. • Commercial *Agricultural- Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage, and Handling • Concrete Molly and Logan. Local grandparents are Laurie and Don Neilson. Marlene Neilson is his great-grandmother. Rex Weaverling has been hospital- ized at Belleville. Jennifer Anderson and Jordyn vis- ited Keith Anderson and Brenda Zimmerman and girls in Arkansas City. Bill and Barb Thomas were in Coleman, Texas, for several days to be with their daughter, Nora Jo Cavanaugh, and family and to attend the funeral of their son-in-law, Keith Cavanaugh. Other family joining them in Coleman were Debbie and Katie Allton, Smolan, Lisa Sorensen, Ver- million, S.D.,Paul McCammon, Tonya and Doug Mitchell, all of Houston, Texas. Alice Kinsey went to Russell Wednesday to get her granddaughters, Kayla Noller and Harper Ryan, who came to stay a few days with grandma. They also went to the farm for some fun time with uncle Jerod. Alice took them home Friday. Ron and Iva Lee Payne, Formoso, visited Audrey Diamond Friday. Edith Love attended the birthday party for her great-grandson, Hayden Johnson, hosted by his parents, Brandy and Jerod, and brother, Lane. Several friends came by to help Hayden cel- ebrate his first birthday over lunch, cake and ice cream. The children were entertained by a friend who arrived with cages of homing pigeons. The children got to hold the birds and then throw them up into the air and each homing pigeon took off on its own. The children were told it might be a couple of days but the birds would return to their cages. A family dinner was hosted by Newell and Doris Alexander for their houseguests, Danielle McDonald, Halley and Elise, Columbus, Ca.; and Kyle Alexander, San Antonio, Texas. Danielle and Kyle are the children of Wiley Alexander. Others joining them were Wiley, Bert and Erin Alexander, Washington; Jordyn Alexander, Con- cordia; Wes Alexander, Overland Park; Lynette Alexander, Beloit; Alan and Pat Czirr, Superior; David Czirr', Grand Island; Bill Jonte (Bert' s brother), Kan- sas City, Mo. Brady Alexander, Valley Center, called in the afternoon because he was unable to attend. Anna Standley stopped by to visit. Danielle and girls and Kyle stopped by to visit Phil and Sue Walton as they were leaving town. • Joyce and Jerry Ryan, McPherson, were Saturday morning guests of Audrey Diamond. Rick and Shelia Diamond joined the Ryans and Audrey to attend the funeral of Dale ErickSon in Courtland. Visitors of ElaineThomas this week were Jennifer Thomas, Claflin, Terry and Jim Standley, Augusta; Brian and KarenWilliams, Taylar EIkins, Ryleigh and Brenley, all of Jewell; Brennan Williams, Colby; Sedrick Willitts, Burr Oak; Sherry and Rob Partridge, Court- land; Kaitlyn Diamond, McCook; Taylar Elkins, Beloit; Paisley, Jerzie and Remington Ord, Red Cloud. The Standleys also visited Eldon and Pam Dunstan, Baylie and Karrigan. Wednesday, Elaine joined the Standleyson a road trip to the center of the United States north west of Leba- non, to the home on the range cabin northwest of Athol and on to Cawker City to see the world's biggest ball of twin. When the Standleys left forhome Thursday they met Sherry Partridge and Cole Huncovsky in Scandia for lunch. They continued to Concordia where .they visited the POW camp and were gwen a tour by a man who had simply observed them as they pulled into the driveway. Shelia Diamond went to Ulysses to visit her father, Ralph Hooton, who is celebrating his birthday this week. The funeral of JoAnn Badger was held Monday at the Christian Church. This newspaper available on the internet at • http// Northbranch By Erma Dillon Earl Buckley underwent surgery last Wednesday at Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. A rod was placed in his leg to repair the break he suffered a few weeks ago. He returned to the Jewell County 'Hospital on Thursday. Some of his instructions are that he is not to put any weight on that leg for at least four weeks. Alan and Kim Davis met Danyel Chapman in Beloit last Wednesday evening and brought Addison and Colt home with them to stay a few days while they were on spring break. Thurs- day they attended the bull sale with Uncle Blake and Papa. Friday, Addison visited with Grandma Jean. Priday evening, Danyel Chapman, Drew, and Brody Hoffman came for the week- end. Jean Davis and Blake and Arm Davis came for lunch at noon Saturday with Alan and Kim, Addison and Colt. Carl and Peg Meline, Inavale, joined with all of them for Sunday noon. The McPherson people all returned to their homes on Sunday afternoon. Earlene Jeff cry, Beth Jeffery, Joyce McNichols and Marilyn Jeffery ate breakfast together Thursday at a caf6 in Nelson for a belated celebration for Marilyn's February birthday. Seth Flavin was home with his par- ents, Greg and Gayla Flavin, for the week from Salina. He was on spring break from teaching at Salina Vo-Tech. Greg and Gayla were at Topeka Satur- day and Sunday to visit Jolie and Alex Darby, Rowan and Isla Hope. While taking a Saturday morning trip to Downs, John and Erma Dillon stopped for short visits at three places along the way. Of special interest was a visit with Mark Kriley as he contin- ues to work around his farmstead, the former Walter and Esther Dillon home. He has made great strides in clearing many trees and cutting them up for firewood. The All-Gospel Sing held at the Rock Hills Little Theatre Saturday night was successful. Some 90 people listenedto a variety of musical talents. Thanks to Jeff and Diana Ord, Greta Howland, (piano player), Ken Smith, (master of ceremonies), Lila Smith, (song leader), Lisa Goodheart, (snacks) and Marilyn Jeffery, (usher). The Rock Hills janitor took good care of us. The icy and snowy road conditions hin- dered some from attending this annual event. Wilma Roesti accompanied Marilyn Jeffery to the gospel sing Saturday evening in Mankato. , The Sunday morning worship ser- vice" at Northbranch Friends opened with Pastor Ken Smith giving an- nouncements and the call to worship. Musicians were Erma Dillon, Lila Smith and Lonnie Arrants. Serving as ushers were Maurice Jeffery, Walt Willitts and Kermit Jeffery. The organ offertory played by Erma was an ar- rangement of'The Old Rugged Cross." Mel Willitts carried the praise micro- phone to those participating in the praise time. The prayer concerns list seems to get longer each week. However, it is good that Lonnie Arrants and John Dillon are both able to be back in the services. Pastor Ken's text was taken from Exodus 33: 12-23, which records a dialogue between Moses and God regarding God's call to Moses to be a leader. Seeking God through prayer is necessary for victorious living. Pastor Ken's outline of a sinner's prayer in- cluded the following three things: 1. Show me your way. We must know God in order for Him to show us the way. 2. Show me your will. We must follow Him even through difficulties, which may not always be comfortable. 3. Show me your glory. Are we too easily satisfied with what we see of His glory? We can always count on Him to be our rock and protector. We must trust, obey and follow Him. Visitors in the service were Sonny Johnson, Abby Hours for Friday, March 28 I will be in the office 6:30 a.m. to noon and out of the office 1 to 6 p.m. Tyler Chiropractic 201 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-8047 i I This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, March 21 25 BIk Heifers 488 219.00 10 Mix Heifers 733 154.00 26 BIk Heifers 490 216.50 10 Mix Steers 343 237.00 11 Mix Heifers 531 204.75 30 BIk Steers 537 234.00 25 Mix Heifers 531 198.00 10 Mix Steers 527 228.00 15 Mix Heifers 555 197.00 16 Mix Steers 545 226.00 24 Mix Heifers 592 186.00 17 Mix Steers 580 214.00 22 BIk Heifers 608 177.00 15 BIk Steers 628 208.00 11 Mix Heifers 661 170.50 28 Mix Steers 646 205.00 20 Mix Heifers 635 170.00 18 Mix Steers 673 198.25 10 BIk Heifers 752 165.50 71 Mix Steers 672 194.00 18 Mix Heifers 653 164.00 76 Mix Steers 803 167.00 16 Mix Heifers 785 158.50 120 BIk Steers 906 164.00 13 BIk Heifers 846 155.25 58 Mix Steers 936 155.00 48 Mix Heifers 800 155.00 10 BIk Cows 1,076 2,200.00 19 Mix Heifers 798 155.00 12 BIk Cows 1,036 2,200.00 10 Mix Heifers 680 154.00 Consigned for Friday, March 28 50 Blk Heifers, OCV and pelvic measured, 800; 200 Oldeairs; 150 Bk Steers and Heifers, 500-600; 143 BIk Steers Heifers, 450-600; 45 Blk Steers and Reifers, 5,50-650;, 68 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-600, weaned; 150 Bk Steers and Heifers, 600, weaned; 60 Mix Heifers, 800;, 60 Mix Steers, 850-900; 80 Mix Steers and Heifers, 600-800; 100 Bk St.3ers and Heifers, 500-600; 100 Mix Steers  Heifers, 500-650, weaned Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, •Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Cell 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Cell 785-545.8366 and Toby Petterborg of Stockton. Those from Northbranch attending and helping with the worship service Sunday afternoon at the long term care facility in Mankato were Pastor Ken and Lila Smith, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery and John and Erma Dillon. Earl Buckley, a patient in the hospital there, was able to attend the service. Erma visited her classmate, Betty Andreasen, who resides in the LTC facility. Fodder ...... When insults had class - from an era before the English language be- came destroyed by 4-letter words. George Bernard Shaw to Winston Churchill-"I am enclosing two tickets to the first night of my new play; Bring a friend, if you have one." Winston Churchill, in response - "Cannot possibly attend the first night, I will attend the second.., if there is one." I Esbon ii By Glenna Fogo Colleen Baker drove to, Burlington, Colo., Sunday whore she visited her sister, Linda, and husband, Jerry Boyd. Colleen returned home Wednesday. Joy came Monday to Lane and Ashley Underwood at the Beloit Hos- pital as their baby daughter, Mallory Rose, was born. She weighed six pounds, seven ounces and was 18 and one half inches long. Grandparents'are Roger and Deanna Underwood, Esbon, Jeff and Laura Gruenbacher, Mt. Hope. Great-grandparents that this writer • knows about are Ken and Janet Win- ters, Hutchinson. Probably all of us have had a hard decision time. One that we want to do two things at once or be one place or another. This sort of problem happened to the Benoits this week. As we all know, Bonnie and Everett, Doug and Micbelle and Chad have been for weeks working night and day getting ready for this big production sale Thursday. Doug and Michelle' s daughter, Sidney, plays basketball for the Hutchinson Junior College women's team. This week the national women' s junior col- lege basketball tournament was in Salina and the Hutchinsori Junior Col- lege team was in the tourney. Wednes- day they would be on the floor but, of course, the night before the big sale is a busy and important time. Michelle was able to get away and go to Salina to attend the game and watch Hutchin- son win. That meant they would play Thursday evening but, of course, that was the day of the sale. With the help of friends who took over some of the evenings work, Doug also was able to go and watch the quarter finals of the tourney and see Sidney play in the game, which her team won. One night recently four vehicles were stolen in the Belleville area. The strange part of all.this was.that at least two of the owners of the vehicles had an Esbon connection. One belonged to Caden Callaway, grandson of Burdette and Janie. One belonge d to the daugh- ter Of Danny and Marcia Simmelink. Their daughter is Kelly and her hus- band. The third one stolen belonged to a cousin of Kelly's husband. Kim Davis from Esbon's Guaranty State Bank worked the first of last week at Smith Center. Guaranty State, Beloit, has added the First National Bank in Smith Center to their chain and Kim was there helping with the change over which took placelast week. Last Wednesday, Esbon relatives of Cheryl Hasbron, Fort Worth, Texas, were called to let them know she had undergone major surgery that day. All had gone as planned and she was re- leased from the hospital the following day. Cheryl is the daughter of the late Francis and Hazel (Mizner) Frohlich, who both grew up in the Esbon area. Cheryl is a cousin of Joan Broeckel- man, Ivan and Dwight Frost. Ben, Josie and daughter, Lacy Crisp, returned home Thursday after visiting relatives in the Long Beach, Calif., area. The Esbon Volunteer Fire Depart- ment was called out about 5:30 p.m. Thursday evening to extinguish a fire on Danny Simmelink's land. A fertil- izer applicator was being operated in corn stubble. The applicator caught on fire and burned, along with the stubble, and some fn'e got into Limestone Creek. A beautiful day greeted everyone at Esbon and at the Benoit Angus Pro- duction sale Thursday. The first big happening was Wednesday evening when the Benoit family entertained potential buyers, workers and friends to a steak dimmer at the#anch. Report- ing to me was Burdette Callaway who said how good it was and that there was a big crowd, maybe as many as 100. Thursday the actual day of the sale, the 25th for the Benoits, was perfect, A large crowd showed up and the many buyers present were ready to bid on the 147 bulls sold. The Benoits have sold bulls to ranchers all over the USA. This year I know one gentleman flew in from Texas, another was from South Dakota and that's the way it always goes. Penni Shipley, Coalgate, Okla., has been visiting her mother in Kansas. Saturday she and Teresa Shipley met in Wichita for a sister-in-law weekend together. Beverly and Dwight Frost were guests at a wedding in Gibbon Satur- day. The groom was Nick Converse, the bride was Nadalie Jurgens, the youngest daughter of the Frosts' son in law, Lonnie Jurgens. "Sing With All The Saints In Glory." Greeters Sunday morning at the Esbon United Methodist Church were Lila and Megan Frost. Wanda Thummei was the organist, Gale Burgess and Doug Dietz the ushers, Lane Under- wood assisted with communion of which the elements had been prepared by Deanna Underwood. Lily Walker extinguished the candles. Special guests for the morning were Megan Frost and six day old Mallory Rose Underwood. Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the message. Announcements made were a thank you from the Steve Obert fatnily was read; there will be a special "one great hour of sharing" collection next week, March 30; the lenten supper at Ionia will be March 30 and a "buddingame" party (all ages) at the Ron Reed farm on Highway 36. Wanda for a special asked for some- one to choose a hymn for all to sing. "He Lives" was selected. Pastor Gerry used a scripture reading from Matthew 9 and called his sermon "Miracles In The Long Haul." Pastor reminded ev- eryone that God will be with you all the way, someone is always there. God just doesn' t let anyone die and we must pray for healthy lives as we live. Bless- ings mentioned today were of the birth of baby Mallory Rose Underwood this week, John Frost having only one treat- ment left, Gale Burgess having his treatments narrowed down to two and Glenn Marihugh being improved. Fel- lowship followed. Although improving, Glenn Mari- hugh remains a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Kansans who are basketball fans will find it necessary to find another team to get interested in as all three major universities in Kansas wentdown in defeat over the weekend. Now it's • time for baseball and it won't be long until football starts. The March community card party will be Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at the Village Cafe. Bring f'mger food. Ev- eryone welcome. j ewell By Roberta Holdren in Stephanie and Chris Basurto an- nounce the birth of twin boys on March 20. They weighed in at six pounds, two ounces and six pounds, three ounces, respectively, and were 19 inches long. Their names are Cadix Dean and Cailan Simon. Their grandparents are Steve and Lucille Black and Crystal Basurto and Martin Aguliar. Great-grand- mother is Arleta Carolton of JewelL To welcome them home they have a brother, Landon, and a sister, Charley. On Thursday the women's card party met at the Jewell apartments. Linda Woerner was hostess, however she was ill, so Sharon Tullar filled in as hostess. Aspen Ulrich visited her grandpar, ents, A.I and Charlotte Snyder. She was on spring break from McPherson Col- lege., Several from Jewell attended the pancake and pie dinner at Randall on Saturday. Randall has to be the only town with a fund raiser that serves pancakes and pie. The Vermont syrup was provided by a part-time Randall resident. Several from Jewall" County at- tended the community concert in Beloit which featured Mack Bailey. He played the guitar and sang. Saturday afternoon, Blake Fultz cel- ebrated his fifth birthday with a party hosted by his mom, Megan Fultz, and her fiance, JeffCheek. The Theme was Ninja Turtles. Guests were relatives and friends, including two grandmoth- ers and three great-grandmothers. Barb and Roger Oplinger and Pat Willmeth went to Denver, where they visited Kory Oplinger and Jim Berry. Karen Matteson hosted a pre-birth- day luncheon for Lori Heller in Salina on Saturday. Those attending were Loft Heller, Marilyn Zimmerman, LeighAnna Johansen and Karen Matteson. Spring break is over and college students headed back to their school on Sunday. A surprise awaited everyone as they awoke on Sunday morning. About an inch of snow blanketed the ground. Most of it was all gone by noon. Mankato City Library Book Sale Saturday, April 5 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 214 N High St., Mankato, Kan. Them will also be videos, audio cassettes and music cd's for sale REAL ESTATE AUCTION MONDAY, MARCH 31 " 1 P.M. Auction will be held in Community Center on the South side of the square in Jewell, Kan. TRACT I Legal Description: SW 1/4 7-5-8 Jewell, Co. Kansas The farm is located 6 miles West and 3 miles South of Jewell, Kansas on the corner of 130 and E roads. There are 159.51 acres with 149.37 cropland and 9.64 waterways and trees. Bases are wheat 79.60 acres with 37 yield; grain sorghum 50.30 acres with 61 yield; sunflower 1.60 acres with 902 yield; soybeans 12.90 acres with 17 yield; for a total base acres of 144.40. Conservation system is being actively applied.Soils are mostly Harney & Roxbury silt loam. Possession will be after 2014 wheat harvest, the purchaser will receive the landlords 1/3 crop share. 2013 taxes were $1,951.62. TRACT II Legal Description: SE 1/4 29-4-8 Jewell Co. Kansas The farm is located 4 miles West of Jewell, Kansas on the corner of H and 150 reads. There are 155.55 acres with 111.60 acres of broke ground, 43.95 acres of grass, trees and creek. There are 86.68 open acres. 24.92 acres are planted to wheat, possession of the land planted to wheat will be after 2014 wheat harvest, the purchaser will receive the landlords 1/3 rent share of 2014 wheat. Possession of the open ground will be upon closing. Possession of pasture will be January, 2015. Purchaser will receive the rent of the pasture for 2014. Base acres are approximately wheat 58.95 acres with 37 yield; grain sorghum 37.28 acres with 61 yield; sunflower 1.20 acres with 902 yield; soybean 9.6 acres with 17 yield; for a total base acres of 107.03. Conservation system is being actively applied. Soils are mostly Harney & Roxbury silt loam. 2013 taxes were $1,473.68 TRACT III Legal Description: W 1/2 SE 1/4 27-4-8 Jewell Co. Kansas The farm is located 2 1/2 miles West of Jewell, Kansas on H road. There are 78.96 acres of pasture. Soils are mostly BrownelI-Helzer, Bogue-Aro & Harney-Mento. Possession will be upon closing. 2013 taxes were $66.90. Terms: 10% of purchase price as down payment day of auction. The balance will be due upon closing on or before May 1,2014. Down payment will be escrowed with Darrell Miller Law Office, escrow fees will be split 50/50 between'seller & purchaser. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split 50/50 between seller & purchaser. The seller has paid 2013 taxes, purchaser will pay 2014 taxes. Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as seller agent. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. ANNA BELLE CROSS ESTATE Margaret Grindol, Exec., Dana Brewer, Attorney Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC Beloit & Concordia, Kan. 785-738-0067 or 785-738-5933 t