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Classifieds "Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or .1i 1 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. 16-Misc. for Sale genealogy, reading and grandkids' sporting events, 4-H activities and fairs She was involved in her church and with church activities. Pat was preceded in death by her parents aJad one sister, Lorraine Bissell. She is survived by her husband, Delbert, of the home; one son and one daughter, Rex and wife, Rhonda Bird, of Belleville, Kan., Ramona and hus- band, Mark, Tiemeyer of Morrowville, Karl.; six grandchildren, Ryan and wife Jacee Bird of Ashland, Neb., Regina Bird of Minden, Neb., Aaron and wife ASTRO BUILDINGS - Highest qual- Jarnie Tiemeyer of Marysville, Ken., ity commercial, suburban and farm Alec Tiemeyer of Washington, Ken., structures since 1969. Custom de- andAndrewTiemeyerofMorrowville, sign, financing available. Design your Ken.; three great grandchildren, Blake building at www.AstroBuildings.corn/ and Alaina Bird and Henley Tiemeyer; CN Call 800-822-7876 today. 16 two sisters, Camelia Gates of Repub- PORTABLE OXYGEN concentrator. May be covered by Medicare. Re- claim independence and mobility with the compact design and long-lasting battery of Inogen One. Free informa- tion kit. Call 800-731-1968 16 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR Sale. One bedroom. Completely remodeled move in ready. Webber Kansas. 785-753-4098 24-41 -ffc FOR SALE or rent: 1435 N Idaho St., Superior, Neb. Would carry on con- tract for qualified person. Central heat and air, three bedrooms. Ideal for single or couple 308-650-9558, 308- 546-2618 24-34-ffc 25-Mobile Homes lie, Ken, and Carole Smith of Hastings, Neb.; and a host of other relatives, friends and students. Her funeral was held Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, at 2 p.m., at the Northbranch Friends Church of Rural Burr Oak, Karl., with Pastor Jonathan Harkness officiating. Mrs. Rosetta Jeffery was the pianist and the congregational hymns were "How Great Thou Art," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" and "Amazing Grace." Casket bearers were Ryan Bird, Aaron Tiemeyer, Alec Tiemeyer, Andrew Tiemeyer, Paul Gene Smith and Ronnie Bissell. Inter- ment was in the Prairie Home Cem- etery, Esbon, Ken. Visitation was Sun- day, Oct. 16, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. with the family receiving friends from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the mortuary. A memorial fund has been established and will be designated at a later time. Online condolences can be left at www.melbymortuary.com. Melby Mortuary, 402 N. High Street, LENDERS OFFERING $0 down for land owners Roll your new home and land improvements into one pack- children; 16 great-grandchildren; one sister, Dorothy Bohm, Saline, Ken. Her funeral was held at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, at McDonald Funeral Home in Beloit, Ken. Visita- tion was from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., with family present from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at the funeral home. McDonald-Roberts Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be left online at wwwmcdonaldrobea'tsfumaaL viee.com. pd. Everett Johnson Everett L Johnson, 89, died Friday in McPherson. The son of Joseph Johnson and Minnie Esther (Isaacson) Johnson, he was born May 26, 1927, in Scandia. He graduated from Scandia High School. He was united in marriage to Gladys M. White on March 21, 1948, and to this union two children were born, Bryan and Shad. Everett was a retired grain elevator owner and operater. He worked with the Robison harvest crew after retire- ment. He was an avid antique collector and a member of the United Methodist Church, Scandia, and the Scandia Li- ons Club. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Minnie Johnson, wife, Gladys M. Johnson, one great- grandson, Kaiden Jay Piersee, one half brother, Harold Johnson, two half sis- ters, Gladys Olson and Helen Johnson. He is survived by one son, Bryan Johnson of Kansas City; one daughter, Shad Cornelson of McPherson; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchil- dren; a brother, Ric Johnson of Wash- ington; nieces and nephews, other rela- tives and many friends. His funeral services was held Tues- vived by his wife, Ann Barnett, of Concordia; one daughter, Mrs Phillip Conyac (Linda), Stockton; four grand- children; other relatives and many friends. Cremation was selected. His fu- neral was held yesterday (Wednesday) at the Concordia Lutheran Church, with Pastor Janai Robinson officiating. Inurnment was held at the National Bohemian (Kopsa) Cemetery, rural Cuba. Bachelor-Surber Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of the ar- rangements. Pat Wrlght Patricia "Pat" Ann Wright, 77, Concordia, Ken., died Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. Pat was born Feb. 22, 1939, in Concordia, Ken., and was the only child of Lorena (Renie) McNabb Eilers and Leroy Eilers. Pat graduated from Montrose High School in 1957. After high school, she moved to Kansas City where she worked for one year and then moved to Hays, Ken. She attended Fort Hays Ardis Smith of Northbranch They started their life together three miles northwest of Jay's childhood home. To this union was born three children: Dan, Brad and Merge. After 25 years of marriage, Jay and Ardis divorced. Jay continued farming until the early 1980s. On Dec. 5, 1981, he married Mildred Rogers of Red Cloud, where they made their home for nearly 35 years. After Jay retired from farm- ing he started his second career, going to auctions across Kansas and Nebraska buying and selling "his treasures." He also enjoyed playing pool, pitch and having coffee daily with friends. He was a lifetime member of the NRA and the American Legion, receiving his 70-year certificate this year. Survivors include his wife, Mildred, of Red Cloud; a sister, Mrs. Norman Bottger (Mary), Belleville; a brother, Sam, of Esbon; son, Dan, of Saline, son, Brad, of Hays, and daughter, Merge, of Citrus Heights, Calif.; three grandchildren: eight great-grandchil- dren Blake, Derek, Jacob, Shelby, Bronte, Chandler, Clayton, and Coo- per; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, Clayton and Nellie Gillett, brother, George, and two infant grand- sons. StateUniversityandgraduatedin 1962. His funeral was held Monday at Pat married Edgar Wright in May of Williams Funeral Home, Red Cloud, 1962. with The Rev. Dan Benedict officiat- She was apublic schoolteacher and ing. Interment with military honors taught in Mankato, Summerfield, was in the Red Cloud Cemetery. Washington and Linn, Ken.; El Paso, Texas; and retired from Garden City, Ken., in 1996. She is survived by: her husband, Randall Ed, of their home in Concordia; and By Fawna Barrett daughters, Kelli Wright of Stockton, Ken., and Sammi Wright of Stuttgart, Senior Citizens will meet Tuesday Thursday, October 20, 2016 three women stayed the weekend in Branson, then another night with the Flinns before returning to Randall Oct. 11. Marti McElroy visited Ila McElroy last Tuesday evening. Friday evening visitors were Julie Bolte and girls; Jackie and Kade Cooper and family; and the Flavin family. Guests for several days at the Cliff and Nevada Vetter home were Daniel and Paige Fenner, Elizabeth and Essie. Elaine Peters and Nancy Buser came to visit with them. Saturday evening Cecilia Peters, Owen and Dakota vis- ited them, and Sunday the Phil Vetter family came before Jesse returned to classes at KU. Barbara and Alan McMillan took a birthday cake to Bruce Friday to com- memorate his special day. David McMillan was home for a bit Saturday. Marti McElroy and another friend were honored for their October birth- days with friends for a girls night out for supper recently. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Fog! A natural feature occurring often during milder weather and such was Sunday morning Heavy, ex- tremely wet fog hugged the earth giv- ing a window of a block or so visibility. Sidewalks were wet and metal objects dripped with moisture. Almost mist floated on the windshield. By mid morning, the window of sight had expanded to perhaps a quar- ter of a mile and the appearance of moisture was everywhere. At noon the sun was trying to suck the cloud away from the earth. Still brick streets and sidewalks glistened with moisture. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 9B Reef and Raegan Bunting, Billings, Mont.; Cliff and Glenny Barnes had lunch together at a Mankato restaurant ' last Wednesday. Later they all visited Cheryl Hillman at the Jewell Co/mty Hospital. Cliff and Glenny also visited with Orena Spatz Cody, Renita, Mettle and Bella Volker, Max and Morgan McMains went to Concordia Saturday to attend a birthday party for Tuff O'Connor and Hudson Tucker. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Sandy Creek High School near Clay Center, Neb., Saturday afternoon to watch the Red Cloud third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade girls compete in vol- leyball games. Nate, Tessa and Mason McMains traveled to Canton-Galva Saturday for the CKFL championship football game, The Rock Hills Grizzlies fourth, fifth and sixth grade team defeated Clifton- Clyde by a score of 19-14 for a third place trophy. Mason McMain is a mem- ber of the team. Caleb, Lauren, Jayden, Jaxson and Jordan Frasier, Wichita, Doug and Wanda Frasier were Saturday guests at the home of Josh, Amanda, Luke and Emma Frasier, Hastings. The Kansas State University football game was watched and then everyone visited the pumpkin patch near Glenvil for a fun afternoon in the country. Supper was carded in by Grandma and Grandpa Frasier to the Josh Frasier home. The group of adults had fun watching the kids play and visiting together. "Knowing the Bible as God's Word" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Christian Church Sun- day. His selected scripture reading was 2 Timothy 3:14 through 4:4. This por- tion of scripture states that all scripture days. She attended country schools in rural Jewell County and graduated from Esbon High School in 1956. On May 27, 1956, Patricia mar- ried Delbert Bird at the Ash Creek Church, Esbon, Karl. They were blessed with two children, Rex and Ramona. Patricia was a housewife and mother many years. Patricia continued her education when her children were older. She graduated from Cloud County Community College and Hastings Col- lege with an Elementary Education degree. She taught in Harlingen, Texas; Fowler, Ken.; and Albion, Neb. She loved her family and enjoyed having them for a visit and family dinners. She enjoyed time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her pastimes were crossword puzzles, f age Discount national pricing on Mankato, Ken., 66956, was in charge day at the United Methodist Church, Germany. for a potluck dinner. Crops continued to be wet all day pre- is God breathed and is useful for teach- Breeze I I doublewide and our 60th of the arrangements, pd. Scandia, conducted by Pastor Kathy Her funeral was held Monday, Oct. Harvest is winding down in the venting any harvesting. Just another ing, rebuking, correcting and training m n,,hteousness. The Bible is a love Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ins Loin "ad Aeillo. Interment was in Riverview 17, 2016, at 10:30 a.m. at the First area A hard freeze last week helped warm day in the fall -e welcome. 866-858-6862 25 I,,;y Cemeter , Scandia Bachelor-Surber UnitedMethodistChurchinConcordia, dry the crops , - Y . . ,~. " ......... i iiiii ii i letter trom God to speak to our hearts. . , . .............. ,, Prayer requests were for healing, travel Lola Jean (DeWitt) Cady was born Funeral Home, Scandia, was in charge Ken. Visitation was held from 1 p.m. lucre was z3 or an men orraan last tvlonuay an(] sprnmies [eu lastweones in Concordia, Ken., on Sept. 3, 1929. of the arrangements, to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at Nutter - t t[rr Ual B"GleamysBames mercies, and comfort for those having day Fog encased the area Sunday and 7 She died Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, at .... Mo uary, Concordia, with family re- . lost loved ones recently. One of those 2425 O Street, Lincoln, 402-742-0063. the age of 87 years, uene uaz ett cewmg visitors from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. there are those counting 90 days until ............. T..t... ^ ^... -. c ..... , .... a .I... mentloneo was lVllcnaeltaars[, tJlaSCO. ex"ected moisture, rain or snow; a Jo|l.ll kllU/' ul.u||u| Ul ; Storewide sale. Oct. 1-16, 10-7 daily. Lola Jean married the love of her GeneBarnett 72 ,ffruralBell,will,. that evening. Following the funeral mi( west tradition weekend before last with Gary and His obituary mentionedthat Mikehad 50dealers, newsslectionsarrivedaily, life, Lyle Cady, on Sept. 16, 1947. died Friday. The son of Ben i3"amett se.rvice cremation will take place with , " .... Car, .v,,.oao. ,i.... neen postmaster at the Burr Oal( Vost Antiques, collectables, jewelry, vin- They moved to a farm north of Jewell, and Harriett (Krotz Barnett he was private internment at a later date. 1he vomnteers are nnolng a Jew ................ J ',,'-J ...... " :.. ,t. ..... _, .......... ...... her with Tom Korb at a Mankato res ,- r,a - ..... " " ' ' hours here and there to work on the a me e urr uax t.ommunlty tage. 26 Kan.,m 1948tobegmraismgafamlly.. bornFeb.21 ............. 1944 in rural ConcMemnals .... may be made to the taurant - " tor at the Christian Church during that Four chddren, Carolyn, Larry, Patricia Gene rew u and ordla First United Methodist community center. . g p attended rural " ...... Betty and Gordon Klbbe have re- r t; c r._lenn. Barnes Jeff and and Duane, were born to this happy school in Republic County and gradu- ChcUrCh, Chapter EV of P.E.O., Caleb and Lauren Frasmr and sons, union. Lola Jean lived on the farm for ated from Belleville Hi ,h go.haul Fla ontrose Alumni Association, or me turned to their home in California. Jayden, Jaxson and Jordan, were over- o....t, koA t .... I. . o - .................... ni-ht vi i"r " ...... a Wo,, o ,-, .... ,-, ............................. 68 years until her death, then served in the U. S. Navy for four Concordla EMS. Leave online condo- Last Tuesoay, l lalne reters tOOK e ......... s ....... .... i. ..... Dos Pt..,,a reotaurant un A ,~ - -- P-t t ~ LU,I~ UI~/aL O. lXt.,U ~..- IUMU ~ O - been blest with many acts of kind- LolaJeanwasqulteatalentedseam- years, working on aircraft carriers, lencesatnuttermortuary@yahoo.com. Lucy Peters to Smith Center where rrasler me nrst part or me weeK. au.n- hess-prayers, cards,telephonecalls stress and homemaker. She raised a Following his honorable discharge, he Nutter.Mortuary 116 E.. 6th St. they attended,the. funeral for Janet daY,ite. Lauren,., n wWanda ...... and the boys vie- ..... and hugs to name a few, at this time largegaroenrormanyyearsandhelped retumed to the area and ,raduated from t oncorala, l an., oovul, is in charge Schlatter, Lucy. smece. Saturday noon. v'-- ..,.i,,a, tLl;lh'~"" ,.;" tii~cK JVw~.t" It ,,..uur~""nt" of sorrow as we mourn the passing of .Ly!e with the farm. She made the ma- N.C.K. Technical College in Beloit. of the arrangements, pd. Elaine attended a Public Square Re- Laorary .............. t..' heryl Hillman was orougnt ..... OaCK rtospttal ivlonuay afternoon, lney atso John's brother, Ron. May God's rich- jontyofherdaughters dressesthrough- Gene worked for BG Construction Gillett saryRallyinBeloitwhichwasProLife . .... c .... nra,,ers for our country to Jewell County Hospital m Mankato ...... est blessings be to each of you. out their school years She crocheted for man o v . . --- y years and later for Solt Con- sanctuary at the Randall Church last Wednesday morning after staying 36-42-1pbeautiful AfghanSandfOrmadeher children and struction in Concordia He also as- Alfred Jay Gillett, 90, died Thurs- has a new look with new drapes, whichThe -- Saturday through.Wednesday mom- III lllff II! grandchildren, many baby sisted and maintained the family farm day. He was born on a farm north of Afghans and blankets for the new- On 28 1967 he was united in Esbon on Sept.16, 1926, the son of were installed last week. mg at the Repubhc County Hospital III I I ',ll wantflowersandcontributionstothoto thank everyone for the cards,Milton borne in the family. Her grandchildren marriage Ann Je@esen To thisClayton and Nellie Gillett. Jay worked Frida": evenin"s Re-ere and Bonnie following. . a stroke. Cheryl is recover-. III III D. Rafferty Scholarship Fund. Emma and great-grandchildren were a great union was born Linda, Jenny and on the family farm through his child- Houghton, CharlesandDellaHoughton tag rapldly and hopes to be home this III1 41.- =a III - met Hank Kummer and girls and Alya week. Her children, Je.rry Barnes, III II Ill en o ment to her Jean Rafferty. 36-42-1c J Y Darrel. The couple made their home in hood and graduated from Esbon in and Nick Keierleber for supper in Powell, Wyo.; Kelley,. N ck, Raegan II _ I -- Lola Jean was preceded in death by Concordia 1944. In 1945, during World War II her husband, Lyle;daughter, farolyn Gene was a member of the Jay enlisted in the United States Ma- Concordia. Nick deployed to Korea and Reef Bunting,.Bllhngs, Mont.; Ill 41...,... m lwat- li! Beane;son-in-law, Roger Beane; five ConcordiaLutheran Church He en- rineCorp. After basic training he was the next day. The Kummerscameto stayed for a week wlth Jerry retumlng Ill Ill uar. s brothers; three sisters, loved souare dancing and served on stationed on the USS Cabot aircraft Randall and stay the nioht with his home Saturday and the Buntings un- III I v,.,. narents " day. SuperiorPubl!shing Co. Ill Survivors are her chjldren, LarryG. the board of the KanSas State SquareDance Association carrier at Treasure Island Naval Base, they Oct." 4, ,.pO aI lroy and Judy ' ............ Davld anctLn Barnes, Smith C en-. . ] p lo4r8NETh2 1481o4r8NETh Third St. .... " -III; ram"L"-' ia Bird Cady and wife, S ahl Jewell, i(an.; San Francisco. Then sailed for v t vl i Carol and Larr ter, Corle Barnes, Red Cloud, Jerry Zimmerdro e o s't Y " " 1 Su enor Nab 402 879 329 Barnes Powell W o Ntck Kelle P , Patricia K. Hurd and husband, Wayne, He was preceded in death by his Hawaii and Okinawa, Japan. Flinn for a couple of days Then the , , y .; , y, SU eri . . iStl PatriciaL.BirdofEsbon, Kan.,was Beatrice, Neb.; Duane L. Cady and narents" a son Darrel Barnett" and a After his tour of duty, Jay went born May 27, 1938, to John and Letha ....... (Parker)eochran, atEsbon, Kan.,and wlfe, Deanna, Jewell, Kan, 11 grand dau hter J backto farmln In 1951 hemamed grew up on the family farm, and died V//da Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, at the [ Salina Regional Health Center, Salina, Kan., at the age of 78 years, four months and 17 We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following real estate and personal property located at 354 N Collette, Superior, NE Residential, Agricultural, & Commercial Title Insurance -Escrow & Closing Title & Lien Searches-Abstracts Ideal Title has the Nuckolls County documents of land patents from mid-1800s from U.S. Homesteads to the present. Title LLC 354 N. Commercial o Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4341 idealtitle @ yahoo.com, HOUSE FOR SALE 1st floor: Spacious quarters, kitchen, dining room, living room, family room, 2 1/2 bath and 3 bedrooms 2nd floor: 2 furnished apartments, with deck and separate heating 4 car detached garage, underground sprinklers and a yard shed Priced at $75,000 715 N. Central, Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4616 47-ffc real estate and personal property located at 864 E 3rd, Superior, NE Beginning at 4 p.m. Real Estate will sell at 5:30 p.m Announcements day of auction take precedence over advertising. DEBCRIPTION: Split level ranch style home on corner lot. : . : Main level includes 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, living room ~"~:i~ii' ~ and kitchen. Basement is 576 square foot and has finished ii~:; ~ rec room. Laundry, utitity and storage room. Vinyl siding, ~ steel roof, vinyl windows. Oversized detached 1 car garage, :::~il;:;!~ i 2 yard sheds, Central heating and cooling. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 12 Block 27 East Superior, NuckoIIs County, Nebraska TAXES: 2015 taxes and all prior years to be paid by seller. 2016 taxes will be pro-rated to date of closing. 2015 taxes were partially homestead exempt in the amount of $36.68. TERMS: Immediate possession upon final settlement. Closing to occur within approximately 30-45 days. Purchase of real estate IS NOT contingent upon financing. 20% of sale price earnest deposit required on day of auction, balance due in certified funds at closing. Title insurance will be used and the costs will be split 50-50 between buyer All licensees of Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC and seller. Ideal Title LLC of Superior, Nebraska will be the escrow agent, escrow fees will be split 50-50 between buyer are representing the seller as seller's agent in this transaction, and seller. VEHICLE 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE Sport litre, 173,000 miles van, 3.3 APPLIANCES Roper electric range, almond in color Amana side by side refrigerator, ice and water in door, almond in color Daewoo microwave Firestone chest type freezer HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Royal Crown Cola antique metal cooler Cookware, bakeware, utensils, pots and pans, Tupperware Small electric kitchen appliances Silverware 2 - Full size bedroom sets w/box spring and mattress Chromecraft dinette set w/4 swivel roller chairs Brown rocker recliner Full size bed File cabinet Genie shop vac Antique wood high chair Exercise equipment Pine bookshelf Wood top pool table Storage shelves End tables and stands Keller 6 ft. fiberglass ladder Metal trailer ramps Electric power tools Garden tools Large assortment of electrical supplies, tools and equipment Portable air compressor Socket sets, wrenches Bench grinder Remington "Hometite" chain saw Weed Eater gas trimmer AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Items are in good, clean condition. Plan to attend this auction FOR PHOTOS, GO TO MIKKELsENAUCTIONS.COM TERMS: 3% BUYER PREMIUM UNLESS PAID WtTH CASH OR CHECK with proper I.D, Property is yours when bid off. All items sold "AS IS". Description to the best of our ability. However, the owners, auctioneers and printer make no warranties, expressed or implied. The owners and auction company are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or accidents. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over written advertising. To be sold "As Is" "Where Is" with no warranties expressed or implied. All statements herein are believed to be correct. However, the auction firm, sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or implied. Information obtained from courthouse records, government agency offices is believed to be correct, All announcements day of auction take precedence over any printed material Seller: Iliam ..... ::= Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC AilliOllllr Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer. Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson Matt Becker, Auctioneer Nell 8ouray, Auctioneer 356 East 3rd Street, Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-Mail: mikkelsenre@gtmc.net Website: mikkelsenauctions.corn Beginning at 4 p.m. Real Estate will sell at 25, 5:30 p.m 2016 Announcements day of auction take precedence over advertising. t~, ~;' ;:'~!'~ DESCRIPTION: 1 1/2 story, 1,637 sq. ft. ~: lii: home. Two bedroom, 1 bath, living room, ~i~~ ........ i~; ::~,~ :~:~:~:~!, . ~:::: : iI~!~' "' :~! :i i, il; :i~:%, ~:; ~ :.,:, :::'~ ...... kitchen, utility room all on main level. Two car :~ ::,i:~ ' " ~~ .......... :'.~: detached garage, vinyl siding, 2 yard sheds, ":::" ' ~:" ~ carport, located on corner lot. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 5 and 6 Block ~.~ ,i?i: :~ 26 East Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. :!~ TAXES: 2015 taxes and all prior years to be i t::~, ~ti~:' ' paid by seller. 2016 taxes will be pro-rated to date of closing. 2015 taxes were were ex- empt in the estimated amount of $590.00. TERMS: Immediate possession upon final settlement. Closing to occur within approxi- mately 30-45 days. Purchase of real estate IS NOT contingent upon financing. 20% of ~,~o~ sale price earnest deposit required on day of auction, balance due in certified funds at closing. Title insurance will be used and the costs will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Ideal Title LLC of Superior, Nebraska All licensees of Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC will be the escrow agent, escrow fees will be are representing the seller as seller's agent in this transaction, split 50-50 between buyer and seller BOAT Sea King aluminum fishing and Evinrude engine boat w/trailer APPLIANCES GE side-by-side refrigerator freezer Whirlpool washer and dryer Sharp microwave FOR PHOTOS, GO TO MIKKEL sENA UC TIONS. COM HOUSEHOLD ITEMS LAWN, GARDEN AND Yamaha Clarinova full size electric piano MISCELLANEOUS La-Z-Boy end recliner sofa Agri-Fab 30 in. lawn sweep Flanders solid wood 3-pc. bedroom set Agri-Fab yard trailer End table and stands Huffy bicycle Patio furniture Office desks and filing cabinets Assortment of miscellaneous lawn and Hoover Wind Tunnel vacuum garden tools, hand tools, power tools Small electric kitchen appliances and garden hoses Carnival, Fostoria and Clear glassware Pyrex and Fire King pieces AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Items are in Cookware, bakeware, pots and pans, dishes, good, clean condition. Plan to attend silverware, utensils, dishes, glasses and this auction. miscellaneous household items ,, TERMS: 3% BUYER PREMIUM UNLESS PAID WITH CASH OR CHECK with proper I.D. Property is yours when bid off. All items sold "AS IS". Description to the best of our ability. However, the owners, auctioneers and printer make no warranties, expressed or implied. The i owners and auction company are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or accidents. No property removed until settled for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over written advertising. To be sold "As Is" "Where Is" with no warranties expressed or implied All statements herein are believed to be correct. However, the auction firm, sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or implied Information obtained from courthouse records, govern- ment agency offices is believed to be correct. All announcements day of auction take preeedance over any printed material. Seller: Mary Lou Cooa :=: Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC IHi51iHOilf Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer. Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson Matt Becker, Auctioneer Nell Bouray, Auctioneer 906 Idaho, Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-Mail: mikkelsenre@gtmc.net Website: mikkelsenauctions.corn