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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 16, 1992 There were 21 Jewell County campers, two counselors and one agent attending 4-H camp at Rock Springs Ranch last Sunday through Wednesday. They are (back row, from left) Bill Wood, extension agent, Kristin Ruthstrom and Josh Kindler, counselors, (third row)Joshua Bohnert, Nicholas Elledge, Christopher Rams.y, Chad Rams.y, Levi Shipley, Derek Clark, (second row) Dee Wolf, Jacob Birdsell, Hilary Watson, Amanda Waterman, Nanette Dunstan, Cheryl Bouray, Kristen Coil, Laci Clark, (front) Chrystal Kriley, Tanya Modlin, Kristen Dewey, Joy Jensen, Carrie Behrends, Kendra Elledge and Katie Pumphrey. PUBLIC AUCTION ( will sell the following property at public auction at the farm located 8 miles North of Concordia on 81 Hwy., then 7 miles West on #148 Hwy. then mile North or 1 miles West and miles North of Nor- way, Ks. on: MONDAY, JULY 27th Auction begins at 9:30 a.m. Sharp NOTE: This is tile first auction on this farm, good shade, plan to spend the day, there are a lot of col- lector & misc. items not on the sale bill; ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES Cast iron rooster windmill weight; cast iron dinner bell; old stock saddle; pack saddle; side saddle; Ig. assort, of harness, haines, collars & etc.; 2 wood stirrups; saddle bags; double trees, neck yokes; wood cider press; grindstone; wood & coal cook stove; wagon wheel; 2 forges; Maytag engine; forge tongs; IHC metal corn sheller; assort, new harness parts; walking plow; sod plow; Thompson wood radio; Knight wood radio; cast iron toy horse & sulky; Ig. assort, old buggy parts; Ig. assort, of lanterns; corn graters; wood carpenter box; cream cans; cast lamp brackets; 3 sets of spurs; Ig. assort, of traps; pitcher pump; flat top & camel back trunks; 2 sq. parlor tables; check row planter; Fairbury platform scale; 3 cast iron seats; good anvil w/name; Sinclair 5 gal. gas can; Fordson tool box;2 Pioneer signs; assort, of tins; Firestone porcelain sign; Concordia Creamery sign; Ig. Coca Cola sign; Maytag 1 qt. gas can; copper wash tub; 4 gali Red Wing churn; cast iron kettles, 1 Ig., 1 small, 1 oval; Camel ci- garette can; 10 gal. Red Wing crock; 6 gal. Red Wing w/crack; Peters wood box; assort, boxes; hay knife; corn planter; jack; spoke shaver; bridle bits; M-M potmetal tractor, rough; Ig. assort, old wrenches; axe head; drav,, knife; wood beer box; wood rule; well pulley; assort, ice tongs; canes; 2 foot warmers; wall coffee grinder; cow bell; wood bowl; old barb wire; scythes; tarp bed roll; granite coffee pot; Ig. assort, bottles, some w/names & jars; gas lantern; Ig. assort, old steel machinery wheels & rims; scale; old car windshield; CM. Russell print; WW I prints; assort, of old manuals & doc- tor books; U.P Railroad 1895 timetable; M.P. RR book; Fellows books; Green Nursery catalog; Uncle Tom's Cabin book; 1923 Republic County Atlas; '49 Dodge book; Santa Fe books; Keystone sheller book; DeLaval cow & calf tin; assort, of old advertising; Atlanta 1909 book; assort, o! other books & magazines; Ig. Swirl marble; doll rocker; spittoon; Chez oil indicator; figurines one marked 1851; 2 vi- olins; ,assort. Ol other antique, collector and unusual items too numerous to list; TRACTOR AND MACHINERY Farrnall "C" tractor w/wide front, good shape; 4 wheel elec. flatbed hay trailer; 2 old Oliver drills; 10 ft. tandem disk; old road grader; 4 wheel hay rack chassis; old mower, weeders, listers, cultivators, har- row and several pcs. of other older machinery; lots of iron piles; MISCELLANEOUS & TOOLS: 3 - 16 ft. 8" pipes; 20 ft. 4" pipe; short pcs.; pile of cottonwood lumber; old !HC binder parts; Jayhawk stacker; portable air compressor; metal shelf, 5 shelves w/25 baskets; wood ext. ladder; 48" rigid pipe wrench; post hole digger; forks, shovels, rakes & etc.; woven wire stretcher; 6 ft. alum. ladder; anvil; saws; W' socket set; tap & die set; pipe wrenches; hammers; punches & clisels; assort, of wrenches & other tools; Troy Bilt 8 hp., rear roto tiller; FURNITURE G.E. auto washer; G.E. elec. clothes dryer; Frigidaire 21 cu. ft. chest deep freeze; TV set; bed & dresser; Frigidaire refrigerator; divan & chair; 4 burner elec. stove; whatnot shelves; assort, vases; coffee pots, Pyrex, pots, pans & utensils; assort, of whatnots; assort, household, cooking utensils & other misc. items too numerous to list; MRS. ROY MOORE, Owner Terms: Cash Lunch: Q n grounds AUCTION CONDUCTED BY . LARRY LAGASSE AUCTION & REAL ESTATE, INC CONCORDIA, KANSAS Larry Lagasse Lance Lagasse Real Estate Broker Real Estate Salesman PH: 913-243-3270 PH: 913-243-3839 i I I |1 NO11CE OF BUDGET HEARING AND state of Nebraska Budget Form - NBH Statement of Publication CITY OF SUPERIOR , COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance with the provisi0ns of governlng body will meet on the 30th day of July Council Chambers, 135 W. 4th for the purpose of hearing support, oz uaxpayers relating to the following proposed budget to consider available at the office of the Clerk/Secretary. Jewell County i Mankato Local News meet, take steps to close , By Eaine Thomas, The Jewell County Commission- 5, and 8 and 9, in The commi; ;s FUNDS Sp cial Asses s ment Bond Fire Truck Bon Lottery Utilities TOTALS ,, ActUal : Actual Expense , Expense 1989-90 (i ,,. 716,175 1990-91 . (2) 822,837 22,960 27,223 d -- ' " '4,910 7,320 2,851,340 . 3)015,196 . 3,590,475, 3,877,486 Actual Expense 1991-92 2,044 10;174 "' 106,253 2 )902 ) 170 I '3,850,362 Requirements '" 39,440 "" 19,450 109 600 :3)060)275 .4,233.064 At 7 a.m., today (Thm:sday) you can listen to the "Great Society Sing- ers" on "CBS This Morning." Dorry 2etersotm, Mankato, will sing with this group. Don't forget to join the Mankato Volunteer Fire Department for the "Old Fashioned Barbecue" starting at 6 Saturday evening in downtown Mankato. Bring your lawn chairs and watch the talent show Saturday evening. A dance will follow and there will also be a midnight swim. Lillian Murray was a Saturday evening visitor of Elizabeth Murray. Ruth Hessser returned home after visiting her son, Bill, and wife, Susan, July 4th weekend in Columbia, Mo. Mrs. Hesser accompanied her daugh- ter and granddaughter, Robin and Cathy Cochran, Caldwell, to Missouri. Aaron and Angie Skudlarek arc in Denver visiting their father and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mick Michaels. Among recent visitors in the home of Jack and Marie Morris were Mr. Morris' twin brother, Pete, and wife, Adeline, St. Helens, Ore. Aileen Shoemaker visited in farm home of Lillian Murray Sunday. Etta Megli and her daughter, Bonnie Mayberry, Rock Falls, Ill., are visiting Mrs. Megli's sisters, Ivy Driggs and Vemeda Seems, and a niece and cousin, Aletha Loomis. Shawn Duvall and Billie Jo Blunt and Joshua, Hastings, was a weekend guest of his mother, Carla Chambers ` . Betty and Fred Klatt, San Clernente, Calif., were overnight guess of her , sister, Oayl and Ross Hancock, enroute home from a Robinette reunion. They also visited Harry Robinette, Water- loo, Iowa. Leslie and Laura Hughes were sup- per guests of Mrs. Hughes' grandpar- eats, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haegert, Friday to celebrate the Hughes" birth- days. Brandy Surmeier returned home Sunday after visiting relatives in Grinnell the past week. Mahlon, Clarice and Robyn Powell were in Wichita Saturday to attend the "Xmas in Jily" arts and craft show at Century II. The Powells' daughters, Tins Powell and Regina Dunn, Eric and Amber joined the Powelis. Erin Murray, Kansas City, is visit- ing her grandparents, Aletha Loomis and Aaron and Charlotte Murray. Many from the area know Shirley Schoen, sister of Freddie Murphy, who runs the Bridal Shop in Downs. The family received word this week that her daughter, Patty Gab, l, age 32 and themother of four children ranging in ages 8 to 15, has bone cancer. She is a patient at Mayo Clinic. Aren't Mothers special people? I didn't think I would have any Man- kato news this week as I have been in the hospital several days. I called my mother, who recently moved to Man- kato, and Ll(:ed if she could help. After a few calls she came up with a nice column. Thanks, Mom. ers met last Monday morning with Commissioners John koss, Gene Barrett and Chas Fogo and County Clerk Wesley Moore present. Payroll for June 25 and bills paid through July 6 were approved and paid as follows: Public health, $2,862.22; general, $26,025.32; road and bridge, $77,,613,76; noxious weed, $13,114.39; election, $221.29; spe- cial bridge, $11,925.21; appraiser, $3,262.95; clearing account, $37,189.29; emergency preparedness, $23,548.34; solid waste, $951.44; ambulance, $5,371.35; tower fund,S38.81 for a total of $202,124.37. The commissioners received a let- ter from M. D. Boyles, USD No. 278 superintendent of schools, and pic- tures from Richard Bartholomew re- garding bad roads in the school dis- trict, especially the road by Bert Warn,, Jerry Murray and Richard Bartholomew. A letter from Gary and Sharon Cosand about a bridge out five miles north and one-haLf mile east of Man- kato was discussed.. The commissioners discussed and made recommendations to the county engineer about solving the problems mentioned in the letters. Procedures to close a road between sections 22 and 23, in Sinclair Town- ship were disc,ssed. Initial steps weR aLso taken to close a county road between sections 4 and Financial Statement June 30, 1992 ASSETS Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate". ....................... $ 59,774,196 All Other Loans". ........................................................................... Real Estate Owned and in Judgment'. .......................................... Cash on Hand and: in Banks .......................................................... Investments and Securities ........................................................... Fixed Assets Less Depreciation .................................................... Other Assets .................................................................................. TOTAL ASSETS ..: ................................................................. 4,980,367 449,746 406,078 33,189,006 1,417,159 2,559,761 102,776,313 94,781,105 750,O00 NONE 969,287 621,515 5,654,406 102,776,313 Kathy A. Stubbe, Asst. Treasurer Sandra Hawkins, Asst. Vice Pres., Br. Mgr. Kay Stegman, Asst. Vice Pres., Br. Mgr. Sharon Hoffman, 8r. Mgr. Michael Tuma, Asst. Vice Pres., Br. Mgr. ADVISORY DIRECTORS Ralph Batle D.D. Ernst E. J. Beisner John Neff George Thoreen Win. Kelly HASTINGS ADVISORY DIRECTORS Harry Borley--R. A. Fuller LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Savings Deposits ........................................................................... Federal Home Loan Bank Advances ............................................. Other Borrowed Money ................................................................. Other Liabilities .............................................................................. Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance ......... General Reserve (By Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH .............................. '" " " " Net of loan loss reserves '' '" ';" 1  : , , OFFICERS and BRANCH MANAGERS Maurico Sapp, President John Ford, M.D., Vice President Edgar A. Rilli, Vice President-Socy. Ronald S. Hudson, Treasurer Pamela J. Brand, Asst. Secretary Robert E. Andrist, Asst. Vice President DIRECTORS John Ford, M.D, Eric Brown Maudce Sapp Philip E. Darby Gall D. Hall SUPERIOR ADVISORY DIRECTORS Roland Wages--Everett A. glitch--Bill Blauvelt THE FEDERAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION INSURANCE FUND (SAIl=) INSURES ALL DEPOSITORS' SAVINGS UP TO $100,000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE FDIC. "Your Family Financial Center" Home Federal Savings of Nebraska 8 Patterson 715 West 4th St. o.: .;o Cambridge, NE 69022 Hastings, NE 68901 : .,... , (3011) 6974337 (402) 4eZ-217S : . .  : Holdrege, NE 68949 Loxlngton, NE MILS0 Superior, NE 68978 (308) 995-8668 (308) 324-2331 (402) 879-4757 ". ['.'" I I I BU )C -T SUMMARY i III I NUCKOLLS Nebraska Sections 13-501 to 13-514, R.R.S. 1943, that the , 19 92 at 8:00 o'clock, P.M., at opposition, criticism, suggestions or observations amendments relative thereto. The budget detail is DeWayne Aberg Clerk/Secretary Requirements Necessary Cash Reserve (s) 162 524 7,806 4 435 6,827 6,062,817 Cash On Hand and Estimated Other Revenue (6) 863 323 47,246 23;885 i16,427 9,123,092 Fee and Delinquent Tax Allowance (,?),l 18,128 i IQ 6,244,409 10,1173,973 i 18,128. Total Property Tax Requ irement 3t82  .... m-- ml ! ,, II Ii ,i, 32,,1. ,628 proposed county budget! 1993. The 1993 County is $26 $183,527 from 1992. Joan Rehraen, cltrk court, presented the for the 12th Ju(i( 1993. The district approved. Jewell Long-Term( Church services Sunday by Father opal Lamb with craft items A Fae and Orland Visi Mary Modlin: ited Gale Tegley. Albert and Nellie Addison and t le Lucy Wiley. Recent visitors were Laurie Neilson, and Darlene Samson, Since there was 0 Wednesday the Marietta Walz pla] Thursday g Lamb, Lois Dunstan )h OUt. Carla, Jeremy and 1 were recent Visiting her was Sharon Oliver. Bess Meeker Wrench. Formoso 4-H a musical program. petting mats. Mart and Martlm on Madeline Sills. Vachel Crawford Crawford and Frano Max Ball called on Visiting and Kay Madden, Vera Marihugh. Dona Beam and called on Lil Mr. and ., Visitors of Hlctt Roberta Livers, BradEngelbert z Rathbun. Margie Marthugh, )h X)rmsbee ...... Hospice meets at Methodist of Directors was ous activities service at Mankato Methodist Church. Alzheimer "s disease,' share and su group then ;v pleted Hospice County Hospital It was brou gl the board that E process fled, therefore  needed. Seven 1 t cussed that are few months. The volunteer Rooks County funds. Twelve ing served in about Hospice c with a persona I l "Is your asked. "Is ' "Fit as a fiddle; HOW TO TALK TO 1,000,000, NEBRASKANS If you have something to sell, to make your voice heard. It's the Classified Advertising Network. . For $125, you can place a 25-word au' Nebraska newspapers with a potential audience of more than 1,000,000 readers. > We've sold everything from antiques to station wagons. From steel buildings to sewing machines. Contact this newspaper for details. Then get ready to sell.