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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 29, 2010 -% Northbranch By Erma Dillon I II Lester Snyder, a former pastor of the Northbranch, Union Chapel and Olive Hill churches, died Friday evening. His funeral will be Friday, in Pittsburgh, Kan. Several from our community at- tended the Rock Hills school music program held in Mankato. Allison Warner, A.J. Davis and Regan Jeffery were among the students who per- formed in the program. Megan and Manalo Zarzo. Wichita. spent the weekend guests of Megan&apos;s grandparents, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery. Alan Warner. Salina, was here from Friday until Monday visiting his par- ents, Glen and Patsy Warner. Herb and Rosetta Jefl'ery have re- turned home after spending the winter at Mission. in south Texas. They also visited their children and families, Arlen at Nacogdoches. Texas, and Teri at Valley Center• Sunday folk)wing the morning wor- ship service at Northbranch Friends there was a carry-in dinner. The quar- terly business meeting was held after dinner• Plans for numerous church maintenance projects were discussed with approval given to proceed ac- cording to plan. News seems to be scarce in Ihee parts this week. and since folks around here frown o,] me making up any,.it appears this will be a short column. A bit of wisdom from Maya Angelou I've learned that even when I have pains. I don't have to be one. I've learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back. I've learned that I still have a lot to learn. I Jewell By R,,berta H,,Idren Many people attended the open house held Sunday at thecommunity building to welcome David Knappert. He is a new ctty employee replacing Carl Knarr as water and street superin- tendent. David. his wife and 10 chil- dren met some of the Jewell citizens. Also honored were Carl Knarr and Calvin Malk)ry. Both are retiring after working for the cit) a number of years. Kathleen Schumacher Allen. hmg- time resident of the Jewcll area. died at Hill top Lodge in Beloit. Her funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon. Several from the Randall and Jewell area attended the play "Rumors" pre- sented at the Salina Community Theather. Ed Clark's public auction was well attended on Saturday. Mike and Sara Hubbard. Venzant. Mo.. called on Carol and Marilyn Bour- with herdaughter, Leanna, in Nebraska. Jeannine Seamans went to Wood River on Friday and baby-sat her great- grandchildren. Eight members of the Friendship Circle Club met last Tuesday for lunch. Sunday dinner guest of Roberta Holdren were Quanita. Zoe and Zander Williams and Carl Thompson of Man- hattan. They were joined by Karen and Brooke Williams, Allattended a party held at Taylar Ord's home in Red Cloud. I II Esbon Beverly Frost and Tay [or Moseley were in Salina last Wednesday where Taylor had her appointment with an orthodontist. David Taylor has moved back into his house in the north part of Esbon. He has cleaned up the yard. done some painting and has made great improve- ments. The spaghetti feed sponsored by the Esbonfest Committee will be held at the Village Cafe, Saturday. Last Tuesday Joan Broeckelman and her sister. Jamie Rooker. Topeka, met and joined a bus tour group going from Topeka to Paducah, Ky. In that city, they attended a quilt show. They returned home Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rundel. Franklin, Neb., were in Esbon Thurs- day for the memorial services for Eldon Hollern. Dr. Rundel and Eldon were in Kansas State University veterinarian college at the same time.They lived next door to each other. Dr. Rundel practiced in Smith Center for 13 years before moving to Frank!in. Esbon High School history. Esbon High once had a paid football player. The Esbon football program was re- vived probably in the fall of 1936. A year or two later a neighboring school decided to start up their own program. That school board contacted one of Esbon's players and his father and of- fered.the student $10 a month if he would go to their school. The idea was that he would play football and help coach. After this the boy's father went to the Esbon school board and told them what his son had been offered. The final result was that the E, sbon board decided to give him $10 a month to stay at Esbon and so he did. Each month, immediately after the football player received the $10, he and his girl friend ate 10 cent hamburg- ers, but as the money startedto run out they switched to 5 cent burgers. Those we remember from EHS in- clude EltaThompson (Kennedy); Class of 1937 joined her friend ,Amy Hinman a 1938 graduate and they attended and graduated as registered nurses from a school of nursing in Kansas City, Mo. Ella served as an army nurse during World War II and made many trips on a hospital ship carrying wounded mili- tary from the European Theater backacross the Atlantic. Her hospital bon last Wednesday evening, ship also hauled the wounded across Karen Matteson s staying a week the Mediterranean Sea off Italy. After iii ill i i discharge, she returned to Esbon and married James "Pete" Kennedy, Class of 1935. They had two children. Jill and Jim. "Pete" was killed in a truck- train accident before his son was born Ella was county health nurse in Marion and Cloud counties. She then moved to Wyoming where she was in charge of all health departments in that state. After many years at that job. she re- tired and moved to Maryville. Tenn.. to be near her daughter and grandchil- dren. There was the story that the Esbon High superintendent caught a high school student kissing his girl friend in the study hall. The usual punishment was that themale student had to follow the superintendent (a Mr. Chilcott I believe) lora week. J.D. Pruntes is a new resident of Esbon He has purchased and moved into the house in the northwest corner of town. Previously Ann Manchester and her daughter. Sheila. lived there. Joel Thummel. Salina. spent the weekend with his parents. Ted and Wanda. They ate at the Village Cafe Sunday. This Sunday was the 4th Sunday of Easter and at the Esbon United Meth- odist Church Pastor Dan Dempsey chose scripture from Acts 9:1 through 6. Changed in a Flash was his sermon title. Ushers for May wi 11 be Lila Frost and Lindsey Underwood. Shirley Marihugh will be responsible for spe- cial music for the month. Fellowship hosts were LauraBenjamin and Shirley Marihugh S aturday evening B urdette and Janie Callaway joined other family mem- bers for a 60th wedding anniversary dinner honoring Bill and Ida Peroutek. Jani e and Bill are brother and sister and Ida and Wayne are also siblings. After that festive occasion was over. Burdette and Janie drove to Minneapolis where a reception was being held for a cousin of Burdette's, who was recently mar- ried. Following this party, the Callaways went to the home in Minne- apolis of their daughter, Janette, and Duane Wedel and visited briefly be- fore heading home. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Rain is a known factor of spring. Rain occurs in man y facets. There are the minuscule raindrops which flit from the sky for a short time leaving damp places here and there. There is the intense rain falling like a curtain and drenching every exposed thing, form- ing puddles in each depression and soaking anyone who ventures forth witliout the aid of an umbrella Sudden showers of giant raindrops splashed on windshield in three- inch diameter circles. The drops sounded like hail because of their size. Luckily, these are short-lived All such types of rain fell in Jewell County last week. And as expected. withi n the distance of a mile or less. the amount of rain varied. Being native Kansans. it behooves us to not criticize rain whenever it occurs. We have ex- perienced the droughts and rain is bet- ter than dust storms! We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following personal property, located from the west edge of Ruskin, NE: 3 miles west and 1/8 mile south or, from Nelson, NE. 3 miles south to Hwy. 14 and Hwy. 136 junction, then 7 miles east and 1/8 mile south. Saturday, May 1 • 10:30 a.m. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Very nice collections of rare, hard to fimt collectibles, in above-average comtition-passcd down to at least two generations! Dazey #60 6-qt, butter church 1950s tin pitcher & glasses Crock bowls an jugs - sets and individual Enamel ware dippers, pots & pan Aladdin kerosene lame Other lames Bird collection Kitchen wall clocks WM Rogers silverware set in wooden case Wooden letter box-shelf Washboard Toy pistols, old toys, games, tin barn. hum Jr, Merchants cash register Popcorn set Fiestaware bowls Lava lamp Kerosene lamps & lanterns Blue base kerosene lamp Egg crates Jelly jar Clothes pins Ruskin advertising items Costume jewelry Old marbles Cardboard fireplace SCHENDEL THE RANDALL BRANCH Lone Ranger Series #2 Fighting Mountain Lions game Silhouette pieces Steel locking safe Inflatable Buppo the Clown punching bag toy Shoe lathe Quilts, fancy handwork, doilies, dresser scarves Minerva Germany metal doll head Porcelain doll Large open-mouth sleep-awake doll Miscelanecus dolls Afncan Amedcan doll Native American doll Doll cribs, doll chair and doll furniture 20-gal & 3-gal. Westem stoneware crocks Brass scale Redwing crocks, 2-3 gal. Vadous assortment of crocks Cooper boiler with lid (7) Enamel cups IHC cream separator, complete & in good condition Barn Lantern Bird cage on stand Christmas decor Cast iron chicken boiler with handle Walking A Walking plow Cream can3 Tea Dot Wire egg baskets Egg washer Enamel trash burner Steel tractor seats Metal seed sign Kitchen utensils Double trees & neck yokes Child's metal sewing machine-Germany Sle Bicycles Tricycle Prince Albert tobacco tins WOoden boxes Doors Windows Children's books Small sewing chest Leather leggins and arm protectors Double dnse tubs Round, oak wood-burning pador stove. Est. of P.D. Beckwith Powagia, Mich. D-14 Yard gates 1/2-bu. and bushel baskets Chicken crates Maytag round tub washer, works Steel wheels Antiaue screen doors Wooden clothes dryer Wheelbarrow seeder Horse collars Old farm equipment Faifoury windmill head & wheel APPLIANCES Frigidaire 30-in, electdc stove Maytag, 17-cu. ft.. 2-door refngerator, white HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Bedding and linens RCA 27-in. color "iV Small appliances Wall decor, pictures, religious pictures PICKUP 1979 Ford Coprier pickup, 4-cyl. 5-spd,, 84,000 actual miles MODERN FURNITURE Adjustable vinyl vibrating cnatr Wood rocking chairs Upholstered chairs (2) Kitchen'tables & cnmrs Matching chest of drawers and Dresser 3-cushion vinyl sofa Comer sheff unit 4-door china closet TOOLS, LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT Wooden tool boxes Air comDressor Hand tools Power tools Wood and concrete lawn ornaments Table saw Metal lawn twin rocking chairs Fuel barrels ANTIQUE FURNITURE Craddock drop-leaf table with leaves ana pads (6) Oak Mission chairs Glass claw foot organ-piano stool Double oedestal desk Metal chest of drawers Waterfall double pedestal desk Oak dresser with mirror Lane ceda, chest Wood rocking chairs Small commode Oak Mission dining room chairs 3-piece Waterfall bedroom set: full bed. chest of drawers dresser with mirror mattress and box spnngs Kerosene cooking stove with glass kerosene dispenser (2) 1800s Ruskin school desks Oak Mission sewing rocker Painted kitchen cabinet with drum-style drawers GLASSWARE Clear-cut glass dishes to include water set. & cedestal cake stand 12 place settings of Comingware dishes Sherbet glass, relish dishes, candy dishes & lulcer G .€.rman bowls Pink Depression glass Ruby red glass Fireking & Pyrex dishes Foatoria candle sticks and4ruit bowls Oval COOKIe Jar Set of Fireking dishes, white witt gold trim Nippon handpainted bowl Cut glass Berry set Amber. divided relish dish Staley Feeds glasses Green glass shell dish Shawnee Dutch boy and girt cookie jar MISCELLANEOUS Beauty salon hair station with mirror and sink Schwinn 3-wheel bike Block and tackle Chicken feeders Beehive boxes, honey extractor & ecuioment Steel and wood fence DeBtS Miscellaneous lumber and iron TO BE SOLD FOR LOIS LEWIS 4-drawer chest Small office desk chair WWl French hankerchief Carved birds Recliner Collection of cuds and saucers Miscellaneous glassware Miscellaneous household items Fertilizer spreader Charcoal grill Walnut Duncan Pfyfe table. 2 leaves and2 chairs Collectible liquor decanters TO BE SOLD FOR OTHERS U.S. Bicentennial silver uncirculated set 25¢ Fractional currency One dollar silver certificate, Sedes 1957, Canada one dollar. 1973 Five dollar silver certificate Series 1934D Two dollar 1928 D series (2) 1999-2008 fifty state commemorative Duarters ??nn..'CashorgrMcheekwithpmperI, D, Pml)eHvis,la¢whenbi< o[Arliteal¢*oldin "AslC'ct.ulition. Dectgptiot toOlebe ofo r h tv Howe'er #,o : er c ,.rs nm rm(e u armntte etlhere i.e,laor laWfied. ?e owner a,l am'tion,,el an. no1 req,on teJ.¢ ."   , or m W 'e tlropem' ,r a'" , • AJ pn;per' moL'ed until seuted ,.., All .n.ou.cem,,.ts dm¸ ,,t ,.e utxe t,lec,'a,.n,', o,,er ,,'rm.'n ,,,t,',.r,t,m Leona Anderson, Seller BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Sale conducted by." Imewt Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelses, Real EState Broker and Auctioneer. 402-879-5666 Cere!, Mikkelsen. Auctioneer & Real Estate Salesperson. 402-879-1504 PO Box 184. Superior. NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 • E-mail: mikkelsenre@windstremn.net • Website: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com Randall ByFawna Barrett Rain fell most of the day Thursday and into the evening. One and one-half to more than two inches of rain was reported. East of town, farmers re- ported one-half inch of rain Saturday. The rotating book van was in Randall last Thursday with a new se- lection of books for the Randall Li- brary. Carolyn and Robert Thurston. two sons and a friend from Vermont were in Randall for a week of turkey hunting with Kevin Shelton. Five women quilted at the church last Wednesday. Nevada and Cliff Vetter were blessed with two new great-grand- daughters, born last week. Kalli Lynn 'Carpenter was born in Wichita April 21 and JaLynne Grace Fenner was born April 23 in Conway, Ark. Nancy Buser spent several days helping with her new granddaughter, Kalli. at the home of her daughter, Nanette. and David Carpenter. Gloria and Damon Andrew and three daughters have remodeled the double-wide former home of Mildred McElroy in Randall and have moved here. He is a carpenter. Joe D. and Charlotte Anderson went to Kansas City Friday. She left from there early Saturday for a week's mis- sion work in Honduras. Her brother- in-law. Jim Callanan. is the group leader. Opal McEIroy and Judy Zimmer went to Topeka for the weekend with Angie and Brian Dreher and family. They had a belated birthday party hon- oring Austin Dreher. Cliff and Nevada Vetter. Kristi and Phil Vetter and family, Merlin and Carolyn Dixon and Bill Buser lind din- ner in Belofl Sunday. All except Bill attended Abby's dance recital in the afternoon. The Dixons were weekend guests of the Phil. Kristi and family. Tim Sheahan was a Friday night and Saturday visitor of his parents. Richard and Lynell Sheahan. Celia McMillan and Bill Elniffwere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. Beloit. They were cel- ebrating their daughter's first com- munion Bill and Julie Spiegel, Sam and Jack, were at their farm last week and visited friends in Randall. Barbara McHenry took her morn. Phyllis Wilson. out to !unch :n Jewell Friday and spent the afternoon with her. Junior had gone to Grand Island where his sister. Donna Stewart. is hospitalized in seriot, s !:cmditign. Sun- day dinner guests of the Wilsons were Frank and Thelma Shelton. Barbara McHenrv. Bill and Lee Wilson. Jerrod Wilson and family. They were cel- ebrating Junior's birthda3, which had been earlier in the week. Gretchen Spiegel, Taipai. Taiwan. called Mary Ann Kibbe Sunday and they had a good visit about touring Egypt, where Gretchen had been for Christmas vacation. Several from Randall attended the play "Rumors" at the Salina Commu- nity theater Thursday evening. Mary Ann Kibbe met her cousin. Laura Bosserman, Oakley, in Concordia Saturday and attended the state music festival held at Cloud County Community College. Weekend guests of Mildred Reece were Lois and Calvin Hodges, Man- hattan, and Marie Chapman. They at- tended the Ed Clark sale in Jewell and did some yard work for their morn. Carolyn and Mike Harnett. Man- hattan, cousins of Jan and Larry Thornton. visited them Saturday. Della Lucia Allevan was a recent vtsitor of Joe Anderson. She was visit- ing her aunt. Ermine Breen, who is spending some ttme in the rest home at Glasco. Jan Thornton and Fawna Barrett visited Sunday afternoon with Thelma Given in Concordia. Burr Oak By Glermys Barnes i From (he United Methodist Church. "God is light and in him there is no darkness at all." 1 John 1:5. Diana Ord. Guide Rock, and Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended a golf meet at the Clay Center Country Club on Tuesday to watch Steffen Barnes and Kasey Ord participate in the meet. Steffen was a medalist at the meet. Doug and Wanda Frasier were weekend guests of Caleb and Lauren Frasier in Lawrence, Kan. Wanda at- tended the Kansas Branch of the League of Postmasters State ConVention in Topeka from Friday through Sunday noon. Jason Frasier. Topeka. spent the weekend in Lawrence with the family also. On Saturday and Sunday, Doug and Caleb attended motorcycle shows and swap meets in Kansas City and Lawrence. On Friday evening the group had supper together in downtown Lawrence and ice cream for dessert at a local ice cream palace. Saturday af- ternoon. Wanda and Jason went shop- pmg in Topeka. That evening the rest of the family joined them at the con- vention banquet at a steak house. On Sunday, Wanda and Jason had lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Doug and Wanda returned to Burr Oak early Sunday evening. Friday morning Carolyn Barnes and Jim Pursell, Superior, helped Cheryl Hillman and Jessica Barnes with paint- ing and were lunch guests. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Hastings Friday afternoon to pick up their grandson. Lance Barnes. at school. They came back to Red Cloud and picked up granddaughter, Lilly Barnes, at her home and brought both home with them for a sleep over. Friday evening Dave. Alice and Jeff Belden helped Alice's nephew move to Salina. Robin Barry and her daughter. Erin Zulkoski. participated in The Heart Walk held at Pioneer's Park. Lincoln. Neb.. on Saturday. Keith and Robin Barry attended the fourth birthday party hoBo ing their 00i0000iilL:00 i '#, Sentricon Colony Elimination System Grain Bins • Eaton .GSI MEMOR> L DAY Let us help you find the perfect marker to honor your loved one's lifetime. QUALITY MONUMENTS Concordia * Marysville • Holton 785-243-2466 • 866-543-2466 .J Pest Control & Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect- Rodent Control Monthly- Bi-Monthly & Seasonal ServicesAvailable 109West5th, Concerdia, Kan. 785-243-2554 • 1-800-748-8184 i i i Equipment . Sukup • Hutchinson • Nec0 • DMC [eIe], k.le],ll#[el- • York Legs • GSI Dryers • Vacro-Pruden Commercial • Agricultural, Industrial 785-781-4383 • 800-221-4383 604 Wisconoin P.O. Box 17 • Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise or John Senger for estimates• • Commercial Agricultural Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling - Concrete i NOW OPEN 890 R Rd Located front Mankato: 7 n?ih's west 2 miles north on 90 Road 1/4 mile west on R Road. 785-647-5042 granddaughter, Cayce Barry, at her home in Superior. Dave and Alice Belden were in Hastings on Saturday so Alice could bowl in the Nebraska State Bowling tournam ent. Lisa Hornbussel and Am anda Hajny hosted a barbecue at their home Satur- day event ng. Guests were Cody, Renita. Mattie and Bella Volker, Jenny, Ariel and Chelsea Landreth and Maddie Callaway. Bella Volker has a new friend. Tatum. who is Mac and Cindy Diehl's granddaughter. Cody, Renita. Mattie and Isabella Volker. Judy Miller, Daisy Volker and Gabriel O'Conn or ate dinner at Cheryl Hillman's home on Sunday evening. Weston Wagner was a weekend guest of his uncle. Shane Hilhnan. They went fishing and reported catch- ing some pretty big ones! Work continues on the go kart track. Robin Barry reports it is coming along nicely. Natalie and Riley Boycr. children of Erin and Ryan Boyer. Belleville. were weekend guests of their grand- parents. Tammy and Steve Cosand. John and Sue Tucker were in Ashland. Kan.. at the home of Sue's mother. Leola Brown. "'Jesus the Good Shepherd" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Christian Church on Sunday morning. His selected scripture was John 10:22 through 30. He said Jesus wants us to hear his words and follow his voice. Sometimes,we have a hearing prob- lem. hearing only what we. want to hear. For too many of us, our listening is focused on our world and not on Jesus. Robert Cox. Courtland. was a visitor with his father. Richard. David. Steffen and Corie Barnes joined Cliff and Glenny Barnes for lunch at a Red Cloud restaurant on Sunday. While there, the Barnes' had the opportunity to vistt with Mike and Joyce Paul. Daykin. Mike and Jovce and their family lived on a farm west of Burr Oak before moving to Daykin many years ago. Because of a large amount of rain- fall to the west and north of Burr Oak. the White Rock and Burr Oak creeks have been running higher lhan usual for several days. There have been re- ports of some nice-sized catfish being caught as a result. Cliff and Glcnny Barnes were in Red Cloud Monday to babysit their great-granddaughters. Paisley and Jerzie Ord. Cheryl Hilhnan is taking reserva- tions for the mother-daughter banquet to be held at the Burr Oak Comnlunity Center on May 7. Reservations need to be made by May 3. Salads will be furnished by members of the churches in the Burr Oak community. I II Mankato athy Redpath, Janis McDill, Elaine Lippold and Brenda Enyeart met Laura McCture. Osborne', in Downs on Saturday to celebrate their upcoming ,birthdays After shopping, they attended several story telhng events at the festival that was in town for the weekend. Driving to Osborne they visited several sites of interest before going to River Bend Bed and Breakfas: for a"Death by Chocolate" dessert and coffee prepared and served by Laura, along with a tour of the B&B by innkeeper Joe Hubbard. Jean Wescoat. Red Cloud, and Beth Gleason, Concordia, met Jean Michael for lunch last Wednesday and spent the remainder of the afternoon in the Michael home. Jean was a weekend guest in Grand Island with family. She was a Saturday evening supper guests of the Bret Renz family. Coralyn Kaufman. Shirley Snider and Fawna Barrett attended the UMW Spiritual Retreat at Hesston Saturday. The Rev. Pat Ault-Duell was the leader for "Rest and Relaxation" in the House of the Lord. Pastor Tessa Zerhing's sermon title on the 4th Sunday of Eastertide was titled "A Great Multitude." It was based on the morning scriptures, Revelaation 7:9 through 17 and John 21:20 through 25. In her sermon, she said, "Easter celebrates people" because Christ died and rose fl)r people. The Chancel Choir san,the anthem Prayerot St. Francts, • b  du'ected y Pat Grout. Joann Darts was pianist. Newell and Doris Alexander's weekend guests were Wade Alexander, Garden City, Wes Alexander, Manhat- tan. Wiley Alexander. Washington, Wynn and Kim Alexander, Brena, Ryle, Owen, Mac and Trace, Coldwater. All were home to help with fencing work. Dave and Cynthia Ortman went to Athol Sunday morning to attend the baptism of their grandson, Talon Ray Beckrnann. Kearney, Neb., son of Chelsey and Alex Beckmann. A brunch was served at the church after the cer- emony. Kansas Wesleyan University cel- cbrated its academic excellence during the annual Honors Convocation Sut day. A variety of awards and recogni- tion+ for the 2009-2010 academic year were" presented during the ceremony in Sams Chapel. Those awards and rec- ognitions include the following: Kan- • , . . sas Athlettc Training Soctety Academm Honors First Team, Brandi J. Jensen, Mankato. Teachers of Promise.Brooke McDonald. Salina. -Wanted - Someone to run the Mankato, Kan. concessions stand for baseball and softball season. Earn $700 - $800 in 6 weeks in the evenings. Also wanted someone to prep fields for games. Should have lawn mower or ATV. Eldon Dunstan • 785-243-4872 Are you LOOKING for a new bank? • Friendly ° Full Service • Debit cards ° Open until 5 p.m. Fridays ° Internet banking THAT'S US! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 t".. i This week's report from the Mankato Livestock, Inc. for Friday, April 23 Steers Heifers 6 Black 400 22.00 7 Black 407 133.00 16 Black 448 117.50 10 Mixed 445 137.75 13 Mixed 452 120.00 21 Black 470 13225 13 Mixed 471 134.00 14 Mixed 473 132.75 24 Black 510 131.50 15 Black 549 127 50 18 Black 560 126.25 23 Black 561 126.00 15 Black 565 132.00 23 Black 566 129.75 21 Mixed 578 126.00 27 Black 582 132.00 10 Black 596 120.50 21 Black 651 121.75 12 Black 765 113.00 15 Mixed 808 108.00 117 Black 839 112.60 75 Mixed 950 104.10 1 Black 483 120.00 17 Black 523 120.00 9 Black 531 117.50 10 Black 531 117.25 25 Black 547 119.00 8 Black 559 115.00 12 Black 574 113.50 29 Mixed '655 114.75 11 Mixed 701 106.10 66 Mixed 845 99.60 Bulls. 71-84.50 High Cows. 60-74.50; Low Cows A5-59 Solid Mouth pairs, $1,150-$1.310 Heifer pairs, $1,560-$1,600 Young pairs, $1,350-$1,525 Consigned for Friday, April 30 25 Black first calf heifer pairs: 70 steers and heifers, 650-700 50 steers and heifers. 500 60 Black steers and heifers 500-600 Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Cell 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533. Cell 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051. Cell 402-879-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Ceil 785-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer. CI1402-879-5566