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i4 :r 8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 18, 2014 coming home. / tient in Salina Monday. -- - of three people came to life, theireyes Dispatch By Edna Verhage Nancy and Emi,~e Hilligas and Be sure to visit the Highway 36 shops in Oakley, Colby, Norton, iRandall became as big as sancers. - friend, Miehael, BiudHill, Neb.,came garage sale ads in this week's Daner Phillipsburg and Stockton. ) Thursday to get Mary Powell, and they Saturday lunch guests of Ervin, Charlie Fischer underwent~an emer- i: By.FawnaBarrett What a fun afternoon for three gen- Greeters Sunday were Rich went to Golden, Colo., to attend the Kristin, Sam,Jacob, Aaron and Allison gency appendectomy last Wednesday erations to share! Verhage, Bob and Lynn Keeps. wedding of Carston Powell and An- Underwood were Shana Ruthstrom, night at the Belleville Hospital. This Randall Farmers Co-op Union Passage Sunday moming was Psalm drea Shaffner. Carston is the son of Mankato, Amy Feigley, Abilene, and new type of surgery allowed Charley i moved the second building purchased Northbranch 73. Theme Sunday morning was"See- Angela and the late Brad Powell, and Ben, Krista, Alexa and Annikato bedismissedthenextday andhe was from Roger Houghton last week and ing Clearly in the Sanctuary". Passage Mary's grandson. They came home Ruthstrom of Osborne. m for breakfast at the cafe in Esbon : placed it on a foundation poured south ByErmaDinon SundayeveningwasGenesis i.Theme Sunday night. Saturday morning. of the Randall Bank. Work continues Sunday evening was "God's Creative Carol Simon hosted a surprise birth- in that area where storage bins will be Although the weather this past week Work." Ivan Frost stopped at the Golden built, has not been conducive to eating we- Happy birthday - Maria Keeps, day party honoring her husband, Ron, LivingCenter, Downs, andvisitedJerry on Saturday. Celebrating with them Stop signs were changed in down- termelon out on the patio the Sept. 15; Marjorie Bell, Sept. 16;Bob were Linsey, JakeandAdilynMiiler, The goldenrod is yellow and the Nelson one day last week. town Randall by the State Highway Northbranch residents gathered at Keeps, Sept. 17;BarbDeBeyandMatt Chaska, Minn.;LukeSimonandBecky com is tuming brown. The milo heads Saturday Wayne and Natalie Frost Department. Coming from the east on Lizzie's House on Thursday evening Tanis, Sept. 19. Novak, Narka; Latisha Simon and are getting red, and the beans are start- attended the wedding of Jason Ryan Highway 28, a stop sign was placed on for their annual "watermelon feed" - Happy anniversary to Randy andTristan Boor, Pratt; Blake and Linda ing to show signs of maturing as they and Janae Skelton at Lamed. the comer of 2nd and Main. The stop eating in the house! We found that Jane VandeRiet, Sept. 18. Miller, Beloit; Lorraine Simon; Cindy grow ugly. BrianCallawayreportedto Burdette sign coming from the south on Main neighbors can visit in most any loca- We received some frost this past Simon Mitchell, Fountain Falls, Ariz.; Joan Broeckelman was in Red andJanieCallaway Saturday afternoon and entering Highway 28 was removed, tion! Those present were John Par- week. This is going to be a source of prob- sons; LaVae Glover; Marilyn Jeffery; Burton Huiting died this past week Jesse and Marcy Ost, Cooper and Cloud on Tuesday for the Red Cloud that his son, Caden, a Pike Valley Jaxson, Hunter; Jeanie Blair, Barbara Invitational High School Volleyball senior, had just placed first in a cross lems as the general public expects to Pastor Jonathan and Emily Harness, in Denver, Colo. Petersen, Rick and Becky Blair, Veda Tourney. Teams involved were Re- country meet at Warnego with his best time ever. Caden ran this same track at stop before entering a highway from a Isaiah, Jacob and David; Kermit and and Bill Roe. Ron's son, Lee, and his public County, Smith Center, Beloit, city street and does not expect to stop Loyce Jeffery and John and Erma Mankato brother, Mike, were unableto attend as and the host team, Red Cloud. Caley the state meet last year and won 1st on a comer of a continuing highway. Dillon. We were sorry that Mycael and they both had to work. Broeckelman, Joan's granddaughter, place but bettered his time by several Randall United Church Women Robin Rose were ill and not able to Harold and Jo McCammon were in The body of George Baumann, the playedon the BeloitHigh Schoolteam. seconds. And all this after being sick met Sept. 10 with four members come over. We also missed Jerry Her- Hutchinson last week to take in the 56 year old man who was missing in Tuesday the Odessa Homemakers the day before. present. Roll call was answered with a ris and Edith Ayres. They and the activities and sights at the state fair. the mountains of Montana at the same opened their fall season by meeting at Temperatures dropped Saturday game played as a child. Karen Matteson Dillon's live out in the suburbs but are J0's sister, June Callaway, Lamed, time as Ryan Silsby, was found and the cafe with Barbara Rannebeck as morning, and probably affected some read a story of Smart Hamblin and his included, perhaps because they fur- joined them for several days. recovered Saturday. hostess. Twelve members andoneguest gardens and maybe crops. Some tem- conversion during a Billy Graham cru- nish the melons!! . Kenny and JoAnn Rhea and her Clay and Anna Silsby were in answered roll call by relating a school peratures reported by farmers were 29 sade. Hewrote severalChristian songs. Jean Davis attended the extension sister, Betty, traveled to Dayton, Ohio, Missoula, Mont., Saturday for the me- memory. Janae Skelton, the extension degrees by Dewey Underwood, 34 Members pledged an amount to meeting in Esbon last Tuesday.where they visited the gals' sister, morialservicefortheirson, Ryan.They horticultural agent for the Post Rock degrees by Ivan Frost, and 33 degrees SolomonValleyTransportationforone Friday morning Glen and Patsy Geneva Boston, and family, for two will be going to Virginia where a see- District,andstationedinJewellCounty, by Don Fogo. year. Plans were made to serve a din- Warner went to Chivington, Colo., to weeks. Geneva's daughter had been end service will be held the Sept. 27. A was the guest and gave a lesson on Seen among the large crowd at the ner to the McElroy family Sept. 20 attend the memorial service for Kay diagnosed with cancer and had surgery service date will be set later for the bulbs, when and where to set out. Village Cafe Saturday morning were after the graveside service for Dennis Brown, thewifeofGlen'scousin, Gil- while they were there. Kenny went to service to be held in Kansas at the Wanda Thummel showed picturesDewey and Ruth Underwood and their McElroy. Lunch and treats for morn- bert Brown. They returned home Sat- Richmond, Ind., for two days to attend farmstead of Clay's aunt at Auburn. taken when Ted was on the Honor brother-in-law, Mike Cordray, Rapid ing coffee were served by Nevada urdayevening, adogequipmentsaleatAutumnOaks. HarmonyUnitedMethodistChurch Flight to Washington D.C. Minutes of City, S.D. Vetter. LeVee Glover attended the volley- Betty stayed with Geneva for an ex- service began Sunday morning with the last meeting were read and ap- Ted and Wanda Thummel were Twolittlerainsthisweekofabouta ballgameinRedCloudFridayevening tended visit when the Rheas returned announcements presented by Lore proved. Since Rock Hills school is busy Saturday digging sweet potatoes, half inch and another of just a small where he watched his great-grand- home. Lehrling. Acolytes this morning were furnishing school supplies this year to The frost that hit this area during the , amount fell. Fog moved in about 8:30 daughter, Bailey Lewis, p!ay on the Sarah Schlotterback went to Nolan Grout accompanied by Jessica the students, the unit members votedto night before made it necessary to get Saturday morning north of Randall. team. It was a chilly evening and he Hutchinson Labor Day weekend and and Keiran Shulda. The organ prelude give the money they had collected to the potatoes out of the ground before BobandMaryAnnKibbeareproud didn't stay for the football game. Red traveled to Lawrence, Kan., with Matt was presented by Sunday's organist, the school milk fund. The FCE report they got soft. grandparentsofanewgrandson, Noah Cloud team member, Garrett Vogler, and Tina Schlotterback where they Rosalie Menhusen. The service and by members present at this meeting "I Come with Joy." Itdoesn'tseem Robert, born to Kara and Lutes Kent LeVee's great-grandson, was unable were houseguests of Ann and Pat children's time was conducted by lay was that since the group is losing two possible but this was the 14th Sunday Sept. 10. The little guy has an older to play due to breaking his leg during Ferguson, Andrew and Olivia for the speaker, Rod Rose. Children's time members they are undecided as to after Pentecost. Roger and Deanna brOther, Jacob. Mary Ann is helping at practice. However, at that game, Balley weekend. Pat, Jacque and Jackfocus was in realizing the transition whethertheywilljoinstateornational Underwood were at the church door to the Kent home. and Garrett were crowned king and Schlotterbackjoined the group. Matt, between who God is to having a rein- thisyearTheOdessaunitwillentertain greet each arrival as they entered for Kathy and Mike McMahen arrived queen.This surely speaks well for these Tina and Sarah returned to Hutchinson from New Mexico Friday to visit her cousins and their families, where the Ferguson family joined them tionship with Him and listening to His at Tuesday Happenings at Long Term worship. Wanda Thummel was at the message to each of us. Each child was Care at the hospital this coming Tues- organ. Acolytes for the morning were mother Leota Clawson and Mike will The Northbranch Friends Sundayto attend the state fair. given a pencil or small toy to remem- day. Members reported having chal- Derek and Jerrod Gillett, Simon be helping Jay Mahin with fall work. morning worship service opened with Frosty Clegg has been hospitalized bet this lesson. Linda Vance presented lenged themselves this past summer Saltzman and Lily Walker. The ushers They have parked their camper at Pastor Jonathan Harkness giving the in Superior. Cockroft's campground in Jewell. announcements followed by the con- Jean Michael and Doris Alexander a piano solo titled "When They Ring by learning to knit or crochet, quilts, were Ken Marihugh and Sam Gillett the Golden Bells." Coralyn Kaufman attend therapy and gardening, lone and Lane Underwood assisted with Sunday supper guests of Elaine and gregational singing with musicians went to Downs to visit Jerry Nelson at presentd a solo "Evening Prayer," and Shipley won the hostess gift.Communion. The announcement was Dan Peters were Jerry, Janea and Wil- Rosette Jeffery, Liz Jeffery and Becky the nursing home. liam Peters, Mark and Cecelia Peters McNichols leading. Serving as ushers Jerod Kinsey andAlice Kinsey went was accompanied on the piano by Laura and Jan Crum visited Men- made that the Sharps will be on a Rosalie Menhusen. Scriplure readings day afternoon with her aunt, Glenna vacation to Maine as ofMonday. Esbon and Luke Peters as they celebrated were Delbert Bird, Tim Warner and to Pratt Thursday to watch Mark Mark's birthday. Kelly McNichols. Liz's piano offer- Schmidt play football. Saturday Alice were from Luke 5:1-1 !, speaking of Fogo. andBurrOakUMC'shaveThriftShop TheThurstonfamilyfromVermont torywasanarrangementoftheDoxol- accompaniedJerodandMarytoRussell when Jesus spoke with the crowd from The Rock Hills 5th and 6th graders, duty, Sept. 19from I p.m.to4:30p.m. are spending some time in Randall. ogy Medley. Friends missionaries in to watch Kayla Noller play volleyball.i a boat and told Peter to throw out his Jan Boyles and Sherry Koster, repre- Pastor Gerry called the children to the , Mark, Jerry and Luke Peters par- Nepal, John and Sengi Venial, were A fter Kayla's game the Kinseys all: nets which rendered many fish, and senting the Soil Conservation Office, front for their message time. To them ticipated in a rodeo in Strong City guests and John brought a message w'ent on to Hays to attend the baseball from Isaiah 43:1-2 which reminds us all were present to observe as Dwight he spoke of forgiveness. We ourselves Saturday. using Matthew 9:35 as his text. He tournament that Cloud County Com- not to fear because God is with us. Frost, with the youngsters' help, filled make mistakes, so we should be will- Joe A. Anderson spent the weekend spokeofhowtheGospelofJesusChrist munity College played in. Chanse Today's sermon was titled "'Moving in an unused well. The well was five ing to forgive others who do also. Lila with his parents and helped with the takes care of our spiritual needs, but Copple, son of Mary and Jerod, is a Into Deep Water." Rod spoke of mov- foot across, 37-foot deep and had 20 Frost in her special told of an email she , work at the late Joe Anderson home in also our physical - however, notneces- pitcher for CIoud County. Alicespent ingoutofourcomfortzonesinorderto feet of water in it when the days work had received which was a take offfrom Randall. sarily as we perceive our needs. Jesus thenightwithNathan andAlison Ryan, do God's will while having faith that began. Cement and rock was first "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Pastor God will be with us and give us the thrown in the hole, next sand and dirt chose a scripture reading from Mat- Kayla and Harper in Russell and at- words we will need to speak and will went in and last but ofcourse not least, thew 18 and used "Sin, Correction, Cliff and Nevada Vetter attended preached the Gospel first and then met the,.President's Own Marine Band physical needs. The Gospel gives us tended the tournament in Hays'Sun- direct our paths when doing His will. was the youngsters'project as they Forgiveness" for the title of his ser- Concert at Cloud County Community salvation and makes us content even if day. She returned home with Jerod and This week's calendar events include, scooped in sand and bentonite, which men. He asked"Are you accountable?" College Saturday evening, not physically healed. He gave inter- Mary after the game. Nadine and Frank Raiisback vis- Sept. 19 to 21, US Hwy 36 Treasure seals itoffsothatwaterdoesn'tseepin You need to learn to be. Can you con- Hunt; Sept. 20, meet at Harmony to later. Dwight reports that the young- front sin? You should stand up and do Cindy Traump, Jewell, is the Of- esting details of their work in Nepal ficer-in-Charge at the Randall Post where poverty is very prevalent. A ited their aunt, Mary Dillon, at Hilltop carpool to Beioit for UMW Dist meet- sters were very well behaved and were so. It will encourage you to do better. Office at the present time. special offering was taken for the Lodge in Beloit. .... Vanlals, Pastor Jonathan played his Dan Garman, Burr Oak, visiteding; Sept. 21, 12:30 p.m. potluck din- lots of help. How many times today were you J~OJltOrOJlg(:[ guitar and sang "I Can't Wait to See Dave and Virginia Pettit. ner at Ionia UMC. Thursday Joan and Wayne tempted and how many times did you Mona Neilson Terry, Culver, has Broeckelman went to Downs where fall back? We need forgiveness in all By Fawna Barrett Your Face" while the offering was Jim Colson, Utah, and Russell completed the treatment for her bro- Wayne checked in with his barber, kinds ofplacesandatmanytimes.Joys being taken. Special prayer was of- Colson, Minnesota, have been here ken leg and both casts have been re- Their next stop was at Beloit where mentioned were that the crops look Taking three children, ages 9, 7, fered for the Vanlals at the close of the visiting their parents, Gail and Phyllis moved. She will be going to KU Med they watched the Beloit-Sacred Heart great and that the weather is cooler. and,4, the latter two boys, to a stage play that lasted two and a half hours service. Visitors in the service were Colson. Russell recently returned Center Wednesday for her pre-op ap- 8th grade football game. Jerry Nelson and his illness were a might be a problem, but in this case, Brice and Haley Kussman from home. pointment and PET scan. A couple of land sales near Esbon concern. Fellowship followed as this they were enraptured with the music Webber, who were weekend visitors at Donna Silsby went to Osborne to ErinMurray, KansasCity, washere will take place this next week. The congregation joined those from the and theaction. It helped that two chil- the Willitts' home. attend Grandmother's Day with her for a weekend visit with her grand- Fred Lagergren Trust land auction will Catholic Church at the Senior Center dren,, just a tad bit older than them, great-granddaughter, Anika Ruth- mother Alethia Loomis, and her dad, beheldattheVillageCafewhichsince where all could have a time of bless- were among the main characters. Capsules of Wisdom strom. Anika took Grandma on a tour Dwight Murray. it is Tuesday, will be before this paper ing. Apuzzlementtothemwashowtwo .Nature didn't make us perfect, so of her classroom and then the grand- Pam Dunstan anddaughter, Baylie, goes to print. Saturday, theKeithNoller As is every year a group of people characters could fly...namely Mary she did the next best thing. She made mothers joined the students lbr lunch, and Jennifer Thomas met Doug The- property will be sold at the farmstead, will be set up for the Highway 36 Poppins and Bert. Still, they just us blind to our faults.Donna visited with acousin while there mas in Salina where they treated their Bright and early Saturday morning Garage Sales this coming weekend at puzzled over it and didn't ask .Middle age is when actions creak and she also stopped by Ben and dad to a birthday dinner. JoanBroeckelmanjoinedSherylTice, the same location. questions...as they might miss other louder than words. Krista's house for a short visit before Kristi Westgate was a surgical pa- Mankato, as they started on a day of Virginia and Tammy Alexander, surlarises. .Don't let life discourage you: Ev- shopping. They visited quilt fabric Nola Bess Atwood and Glenna Fogo i:2hanging scenery was captivating eryone who got where he is had to to the young eyes. And when a statue begin where he was. ( Friday, Saturday and Sunday [ Sept. 19, 20 and 21 / IUS Hwy 36 Treasure Huntl 1 ,,4calvin Bohnert 785-428-3558 or 785-738-7589 , alli Over4OvendrsdwntWn'manyothers throughout 1 '11 Bid Notice I ongzoith tozo)[i THE CITYOFESBON, KANSAS, is accepting bids for general I , Stop at the '1 I roadcontact: work projects within Pashia the city (785) limits 725-4511 of Esbon i Antique Mall for a map-- I Mayor Joe t I[ City Clerk Brian Voboril (785) 725-4791 785-335-3303 I Bids need to be mailed in a sealed envelope to the city box at: I P.O. Box 175, Esbon, KS 66941 I marked "sealedbid"byOct.8.Bidswillbeopenedand I voted on at the Council Meeting Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. I THE COUNCIL HAS THE RIGHT OF REFUSAL + This week's report from Friday, Sept, 12 Inc. 68 BIk Heifers 761 1,950.00 12 Mix Steers 684 230.00 13 BWF Heifers 758 1,835.00 25 Mix Steers 815 224.50 11 BIk Heifers 424 259.00 49 BIk Steers 919 224.25 48 Mix Heifers 726 223.00 52 BIk Steers 931 222.85 13 Red Heifers 664 222.00 52 BIk Steers 924 221.85 65 BIk Heifers 841 210.00 52 BIk Steers 937 221.35 24 Mix Heifers 837 208.00 52 BIk Steers 940 221.00 14 BIk Heifers 1,003 185.00 27 BIk Steers 822 221.00 11 Mix Steers 445 281.00 119 Mix Steers 853 218.00 10 Mix Steers 542 275.00 10 Mix Steers 825 218.00 15 blk Steers 684 237.50 22 Mix Steers 939 210.00 22 Mix Steers 770 234.50 I 100 Consigned for Friday, Sept. 19 Mix Steers and Heifers, 650-750; 110 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-600; 65 Mix Steers and Heifers, 550-650; 10 BIk Steers, 400; 50 Mix Steers and Heifers, 400-500; 128 BIk Steers, 825-900 Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 SPECIAL THAk" S TO OUR SPONSORS: - AgMank, 12:11 Cross Fd, Farmway Co-op, Hi,, bard Feeds, Fugate Construction, Landoll Corporation, S&S _ ,.w.dlSl * s .--.~.~.o, l.J IkD4P~ were part of the large crowd of people that attended the Kanza Museum fund- raising dinner at Lebanon Sunday. l Ionia Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing message at the Ionia United Meth-, odist Church. The title was"Moving lw To Deep Water." Scripture referencesi read wereLuke 5:1-11 andlsaiah43:l+ 2. The Brad Cockroft family served greeters. Brad Cockroft was usher. The children's message was titled "Awe7 some God." Rod Rose later went to Mankato where he brought the mes.,. sage at the Harmony Unit l Methodist Church. The siding on the exterior sout5 side of the Ionia United Methodist Church is done and most of the east side is completed. Larry and Teresa Hoffman donated a clock be placed in the church annex. A community potluck d~er will be held in the United Methodigt Church annex at 12:30 Sunday. Table service and beverages will be furnished. Maureen Shoemaker went to Longmont, Colo., last week to help care for her mother who was ill/ Maureen' s mother died towardthe end of the week. S.unday, Curt and Maureen Shoemaker went to Council.Biuffsi Iowa, where the funeral and burial were held for Maureen's'mother off Monday. I Brad Engeibert and Harmal Bremeri Lawrence, Ken., stayed the Weekend at the farm with Brad's grandmother,* Neva Shoemaker, and helped do some repair work. They also vmted Brad s grandfather, Harold Shoemaker at Beloit hospital's long term care unit~ On Saturday, they all attended the Ionia- Jewell Country Music Fest held at Jewell. Rite Rose was in Colorado most 9f last week visiting her two sisters and their husbands, John and Connie Cain at Fort Morgan, and Bill and Marilyn Zimmerman, Thornton. Neva Shoemaker was smprised to see and visit with three Of her cousins, ROd and Sondra Koberstein, Loveland, Colo., and Mike Cordray, Black Hawk, S.D., at the Ionia-Jewell Country Mu- sic Fest held Saturday at Jewell. Thursday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli, and Mike and Ruth Pearce, Superior, attended the Kansas State Fair at Hutchinson. Monday, Louanna Frakes,Delphos, visited Frank and Pat Diemart. Frank Diemart visited Cecil Hillman atthe Beloit hospital' s long term care unit on Monday and Tuesday. Pat visited Cecil on Friday. Roger and Arrilla Fedde sipent two weeks in Gunnison, Colo., fis.hip, garjd sight-seeing. Bob and Judy Patterson, Gunnison, visited and fished with th~ Feddes. Leslie Fedde and a fri,end, Laura Lewis, both of Orlando, Fla,~_ stayed one week with the Fedde~whffe - they were in Gunnis0m On,the way home, Roger and Arri!la steppe, iii Loveland to visit Rod and Sondra Koberstein. A fish fry was heid~t th~ Koberstein home. The Kobersteias followed the Feddes home and sp~pt the weekend here. Saturday, the Fcddes and Kobersteins attended the Ionia- Jewell Country Music Fest. ~ An early frost came to,,this ,area sometime Fridaynight Or ,early Satur- day morning .... "The chief danger in life isthatyou may take too many precaufiqns]' . FRIDAY, OCT. 3 * 10 A.M. ,+ held at the home located at 4th & Walnut Streets in Randall, Kansas ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES Painted ledge cupboard; oak ledge cupboard; square oak table; set 6 chairs; flat top desk, oak .. dresser; walnut marble top dresser; Victorian love seat; 3 pc. walnut 20's bedroom set; 3 drawer " oak chest; pine chest; metal bed; short pattern bed; porch glider; 20's dinning table; painted 3 door ice box; camel back trunk; upright phonograph; oak commode w/mirror; pine flour box; painted chest; 30's drop leaf table w/4 chairs; walnut dresser mirror; 50's spring type chairf2 doo ice box no doors; plate racks; assortment of chairs; sewing stand; pine book shelf; quilts; quilt pieces; buttons; needle point items; tapestry; crocks & crock bowls; assortment of pictures; assortment dresser boxes; set red glasses; green cups; blue hobnail cups; gold edge berry set,; , butter dish; West Morland pieces; mixing bowls; Iris pitcher & vase; 60's carnival; old ironsto.ne; depression; Randall anniversary and other advertising pieces; German stein;, several sets,, ,, glasses; glass carriers; Pyrex; refrigerator jars; large assortment of china; covered apple;large ,, assortment of glass; Aladdin electric lamp; hand painted electric lamp; kerosene lamps; wall mirrors; assortment of books inc.: Big Little; anniversary clock; Jane Mehl rock painting aluminum pitcher and glasses; copper ice bucket; battery clown bank; lighters; wheat pennies'; several Vornado fans; tins inc.: Seven Day coffee; ice box hardware; marble mantel clock;, chopper; wood rolling pin; granite buckets & pans; milk bottles; plate racks; wall spice cabinet; Hoosier jars; covered jars; Cuckoo clock; kitchen utensils; 4 qt. Dazey churn; 2 new rrlen's Schwinn bikes; wash tubs; cream cans; radios; garden tiller; ice tongs; dinner bell; cast iron trivets; , sugar scoop lard press; Perfection heater; well pump; Supersweet electric clock; wicker sewing basket; cherry pitter; 4 wooden wagon wheels; lanterns; cast iron skillets; wood wringers; 60's 70's & 80's Playboy magazines; very large assortment of other collectables and primitives. , , HOUSEHOLD & OTHER Blue recliner; gray recliner; divan; 60's china cabinet; cherry hutch; full bed w/box springs and " mattress; round dinette set; Eden Pure heater; assortment new material; pots and pans;,, Fiberware cookware; Coming ware cutting boards; Melmac dishes; towels; kiln; large assortment .: of new china and greenware for painting; very large assortment of other household items;, assoOmeot,an0too,s :1 Lunch by Randall Senior Citizens. Note: This is a large auction. There are many pieces of glass & collectables. Check our web site for pictures at www.thummelauction.com. Auction Conducted By ..... Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067 or 785-738-5933 38-2c