1. Defendant Charles E. Huffman, Co-Trustee of the J. Lorraine Huffman Real Estate Trust;
2. All parties in possession of the real estate, real names unknown, designated herein as John Doe and Mary Doe, Husband and Wife;
3. All parties having any interest in said real estate legally described as the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 24 North, Range 8 West of the 6th P.M., Antelope County, Nebraska; and All of Lot 6, in Block 3 in Whitehouse and Ballah’s Subdivision of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 12, in Township 23 North, Range 7 West of the 6th P.M., Antelope County, Nebraska if any, including but not limited to creditors and lienholders, real names unknown, designated herein as Robert Doe and Jane Doe, Husband and Wife,
You are hereby notified that Anna H. Dunbar, Co-Trustee of the J. Lorraine Huffman Real Estate Trust has filed a petition in the District Court of Antelope County, Nebraska, Case No. CI 16-42, the object of which is to partition real estate legally described as follows:
Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 24 North, Range 8 West of the 6th P.M., Antelope County, Nebraska; and
All of Lot 6, in Block 3 in Whitehouse and Ballah’s Subdivision of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 12, in Township 23 North, Range 7 West of the 6th P.M., Antelope County, Nebraska
To preserve any interest which you may have, you are required to answer on or before the 18th day of November, 2016.
ANNA H. DUNBAR, Co-Trustee of the
J. LORRAINE HUFFMAN REAL ESTATE
By Shawn D. Beaudette
Shawn D. Beaudette #24381
Lammli, Locke & Beaudette Law Office
100 N. 34th Street, Suite E
Norfolk, NE 68701
PUBLISH: October 5, 12 & 19, 2016
Good labor at a great price!
That’s what farmers and ranchers will be looking for Friday night following the conclusion of the Elgin Public-Pope John vs. Clarkson-Leigh football game.
Elgin Field will be the site for the annual Elgin FFA Chapter Labor Auction.
Buyers will be able to purchase eight hours of work from an FFA member.
FFA members to be auctioned off are:
Seniors — Zoey Bergman, Chad Bode, Kenny Bush, Geoffrey Carr, Austin Dohmen, Justin Funk, A.J. Getzfred, Elianne Heilhecker, Miles Schrage, Elizabeth Selting and Kelsey Welding.
Juniors — Taralyn Baum, Heather Bauer, Lydia Behnk, Liam Heithoff, Grace Henn, Calli Krebs, Marie Meis, Hayes Miller, Lizzy Mlnarik, Nicki Payne and Cole Preister.
Sophomores — Breanna Carr, Ervin Dohmen, Kaylee Martinsen, RJ Lierman, Hunter Reestman, Leslie Nichols, Lauren Seier, Kyle Schumacher, Ally Wemhoff and Kira Widger.
Freshmen — Austin Bauer, Lane Bartak, Adam Dreger, Cade Heithoff, Tyler Iburg, Blake Hupp, Kayce Kallhoff, Faith Kinney, Olivia Lindgren, Araceli Palmer and Cory Romej.
FFA members going to the National FFA Convention will be sold as a group. They are Chad Bode, Kelsey Welding, Justin Funk, Elianne Heilhecker, Marie Meis, Cole Preister, Taralyn Baum and Kira Widger.
Buyers unable to attend, but liking to leave a bid, may contact Julia Schwartz at (402) 649-4254 or (402) 843-2455.
Auctioneer will be Ted Baum.
Earlier in the day, the FFA Chapter will hold their “Feed The Farmer” event, serving boneless cooked beef and more from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Central Valley Ag Lumber Shop. For those unable to come to town, FFA members will pack lunches to go.
Well-attended last year, Elgin Public Schools will again hold a “Donuts For Dads” event in October.
Elementary students at the school are encouraged to have their father join them in the gymnasium on Thursday morning, Oct. 13, for juice, milk, donuts and some reading before school. If dad can’t attend, students are encouraged to find a substitute for the activity which will begin at 7:30 a.m.
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood to support cancer patients and other patients during Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.
The bloodmobile will be coming to Elgin later this month. The Knights of Columbus Hall will be the location for the bloodmobile when it comes to Elgin on Wednesday, Oct. 19. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Red Cross must collect about 14,000 blood donations every day to help patients, and volunteer donors are the only source of blood products for those needing transfusions. Donors of all blood types are needed.
Person or persons unknown caused thousands of dollars in damage in four separate fires starting Friday and continuing into Saturday morning.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of person or persons involved in these fires. Persons with information should contact the Antelope County Sheriff’s Department at (402) 887-4148.
Elgin firefighters were called out to four separate fires, all appearing to be suspicious in nature, according to Elgin Fire Chief Jim Kittelson. So suspicious that the Deputy State Fire Marshal was called in to investigate. And, the Antelope County Sheriff’s Department is working in support of the fire marshal’s investigation.
It all began early Friday morning, Sept. 30, According to Kittelson, firefighters were called out shortly before 8 a.m. Friday morning to the Kenny Meis residence northwest of Elgin as a John Deere tractor as well as a number of hay bales were on fire. The tractor was a total loss. The cause of the fire, he said, was undetermined.
A second fire call came in just after midnight Saturday. An International 1086 tractor, located just off 843 Road northwest of Elgin was reported on fire by Rick Miller. According to reports, the tractor had not been used for several months. By the time Elgin firefighters arrived at the scene, the tractor was deemed a total loss.
That’s two tractor fires in the span of less than 18 hours. Sound suspicious? There’s more to the story.
Shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday morning, Elgin firemen were called out to two separate fires. More than 30 hay bales belonging to Alan Welding, just west of where the two previous fires had been reported on 843 Road, were destroyed by fire. At the same time, a couple of miles south of the Welding fire, more than 30 forage bales belonging to Calvin Heithoff were on fire. Firefighters were out for over four hours putting down the two fires.