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./ Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad Gordon Murray, 785-378-3723. 12-15-tfc JD 8440 tractor hydraulics, good ~tch, 2200 overhaul. 785-378- 13-7-4c :Jar SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 10:30 a.m., selling house, household goods and car at 1121 Idaho for Doris Davison Estate. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-8-8p 16-Misc. For Sale DELUXE MODEL power chair-new, never been used. Ca 1402-879-3964. 16-10-3p 15-Opport u n iti es ODE TO Girl Scout cookies-GirlScout cookies are finally here. They won't POOL HALL on Main Street, Mankato, be back for another year. So get yours Kan.,with restaurant equipment.785- today and in the freezer they'll stay 794-2211 or 785-378-3162. 15-9-4c and you'll always be of good cheerl Got cookies? Need more? Call Crys- BIG O TIRES Americas, No. 1 rated tel at 785-378-3402 16-10-1c tire franchise system. Franchised op- MARCH 8, 11 a.m., portunitiesavailableinyourarea.Mini- GET-A-TAN now has Sugar Shack 1unity Building, Byron, mum investment, $100,000 liquid. Candles and candle warmers. Tan property, ve- 800-622-2446, www.bigotires.com seven days a week, 785-378-3802, and collectibtes for 15-9-3p Mankato, Ken. 16-10-ffc Elting NO EXPERIENCE??? Paid training. INTERNET ACCESS from $12.95 a charge. 14-10-1c Welding, heating and air condition- month. In Jewellcontact Pierce Elec- RCH8,10a.m.,20th ing, machinery repair, and electrical, tronics 785-428-3601 or call 1-800- • ~gion Consignment Earn a journeyman's license. Age t7 864-4400 for a local agent. 16-10-tfc consignments, to 34. Call 402-558-8708 or e-mail: HOSPITAL BED for sale. Motorized, ~vestock and irriga- jobs1529@yahoo.com, all positions, includes mattress and household and col- needed HOME BASED business. Put yoursiderails.402-879-4604eveningsand .10,to be advertised, computer to work. Earn up to $1,500 weekends or leave message. ntgomery 402-746-per month part-time, $5,000 per 16-10-1p ~ng402-746-3749; month full-time. Free information ATTENTIONCATTLEMEN:stocksalt 2620; or any booklet. Call 866-437-0313 or Iogon for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- member. 14-3-8cat www.learn2earnfromhome.net. 3770. 16-49-tfc ;H 10, Land auc- IMMEDIATE CASH!!! Cashforstruc- SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- of Sec. 1, Town- tured settlements, annuities, real es- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. le 6-W of the 6th P.M. rate notes, private mortgage notes, 16-2-tfc 80acresof accident cases, and insurance soldforPaulpayouts. 800-794-7310. BLANK GIFT certificates, useful for Mikkelsen Real NODOWNpayment?Problemcredit? any business, now available at The in charge. Own a new home without the big Superior Express. 16-40-tfp 14-6-5p downpayment.lfyou'remotivatedwith PRE-SPACED vinyl letters make 11, 10:30 a.m., a 35,000 plus income, call American sign making a snap. Have yours cus- Home Partners at 800-830-2006. or tom made by Superior Publishing equipment shop andlog on to our web site at Co., phone 402-879-3291. We also y and Caren south and 1 1/2 mile www.americanhomepartners.com,make signs and letter trucks. n Highway 136. 16-12-tfp and Auction in SOCIAL SECU RITY disability claims: 14-8-3p Sau'nders and Saunders, Attorneys OFFICE SUPPLIES in stock or will at Law. No recovery- no fee! 800- special order. Superior Publishing 12, 11 a.m., 259-8548. Company. 16-20-tfp Poppe, three milesMEDICARE PATIENTS using inhal-FREE TWO-room DirecTV system, south and 1/2 mileers: Albuterol, Atrovent,'Combivent, including installation! 3 months free '°rfourmileswest, five Serevent, Azmacort, Floventandoth- HBO and Cinemax, a $66 value! 1/2 mile west of ers. Having difficulty? Breathe easy Access 225 plus channels! Digital- Real Estate and again. Medicare covered liquidquality picture and sound.Packages 14-4-7p therapymaybeavailableifyouqualify. $31.99 per month. Limited offer!!! Call MED-A-SAVE, 800-224-1919 800-217-4578. 14,10:30a.m.,from Extension KS0903. MUST SELL!!!! Steel buildings. miles north, then etch for signs. Sell- $1,000 PER WEEK possible mailing 30x48, 40x48, 40x60, 50x80, 60x96, 60x 120, 80x128, 100x105, 100x208 L vehicles and tools brochures from home! No experience and more. Ideal for all uses. Huge 'ames PoseyTrust. necessary! Free information at 800- discounts! Winter and spring deliv- in charge. 749-5782, 24hours a day. cry, 800-866-2784. 14-10-2c A-PLUS M&M MARS-NESTLE vend- auc- ing route. Profitable, all cash busi- 18, 9:30 a.m. ness. Unique, new'T~achines. Prime auction. Con- locations available newt Great op- by Saturday, Feb.portunity, investment required. Toll Contact auction- free, 800-637-7444. Roy Mont- .>-257- GOVERNMENTPOSTALjobs upto I information to $47,578. Now hiring. Full benefits, on.com or training, and retirement. Forapplica- at 402-879-3004 tion and information: 800-573-8555, 14-2-11c Dept P357, 8 a.m.-11 p.m., seven days a week. 22, 10 a.m., 3/4westof NANNIES NEEDED: Connecticut auction, family needs outgoing nanny for two JD630, 1987 children,S500 plus, week, benefits, ?, 1987 Cadillac car, room and board, Spain travel, one ' farm ~and livestock yearcommitment. Ca11402-379-2444 or 800-730-2444, Nannies of Ne- braska, or visit our web site at www.nanniesofnebraska.com. tools, collectibles and Mrs. Jess Auction and 14-3-10c KANSAS ARMY National Guard - IL 5, 10:30 a.m., Part-time positions available. Get sell surplus and skills to put your career on track. We in offer free training, college money, Real Estate andsteady pay. Call us at 800-432-2447 14-8-7p or log on at www.ks~ngb.a,~_my:miL.= Notice: TRADE-INS desired at Dick's ' Red or Black TV, your Amana appliance, RCA TV and Reiter Satellite dealer. Buy locally and save /(an. TWO ways: lower prices and quick ser-! vice available. Dick's "I'V, Mankato. 13-51-tlc BUIJ.S FOR SALE Top AI Sires-Many Select ET Bulls 15-18 Months of Age-Private Treaty Bulls Are In Optimal Breeding Condition. Cow Herd Resulting From 33 Years of AI to Superior Maternal and Carcass Traits. that will Build a Quality Cow Herd Sam McDowell at (785) 389-1941 or McDowell at (785) 389-1201 Park and Cemetery Board is now o,. for temporary, part-time help to r bus eball fields and persons to do general Cemetery work. 13- s may be picked up at the city office at ,,.,West 4th Street in Su crier Neb. a.u P , , must be returned by Tuesday, March 11. Equal Opportunity Employer 9-2C 21-Feed and Seed Heirloom textiles is ALFALFA HAY topic for FCE event Large round bales "LifeTapestries--restoring, display- Small square bales, ing and storing heirloom textiles," is Bruning Farms LLC, the topic of a presentation March 19 at 402-353-4165. 3 p.m. at Montrose United Methodist 21-10-4cChurch. The event is open to the public and HAY FOR sale, also will plant alfalfa participants may bring old textiles to or feed on shares. No up front costs show. for landlord. Prefer pivot land. Land- Plans for the event were discussed owner keeps government payment, when the Jewell County Family and 50-50 shams on hay. Will also do CommunityEducationgroupmetFeb. custom swathing and baling on shams 24 with Barb Rannebeck presiding. or cash. Call now to plan for future TheMarch24JewellCountySpring profits. 402-236-8745. 21-10-3c Tea was also discussed. This event is BIG ROUND bales of prairie hay and hosted by Montrose Modern Home- alfalfa for sale. Call 402-879-4881. makers at the Montros¢ church. "A 21-5-tfc Stitch in Time" is the theme. Beverly Kindler will present a pro- AI FALFA SEED for sale. Lyle gram on the Underground Railroad Schroor. 402-756-7020. 21-8-13cand share stories about the role quilts played during the Civil War. Dona- 22-Vehicles tions go to the FCE academic scholar- HONDA PERFORMANCE FIRST ship fund. CBR954-03, $8,699 The cultural arts contest entries are Garbers 402-729-2294 to be checked in by 11 a.m. and anoon 23-10-1c potluck salad luncheon will be fol- lowed by instrumental music by Man- kate music students. HOSKINS AUTO In other business, the group ap- proved a donation of $10 to the Kansas SALES Citizens for Extension Education. The 30th anniversary of"Bake and DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE Take" will feature baked wheat prod- ucts being given to neighbors, friends, A LOT and relatives. Highway 6, Hastings Ave.Members were urged to attend the Hastings, Neb. annual Family Fun Nigh March 29 at the Mankato High School. Funds for 4-H participation scholarship will be Phone 402-463-1466 raised with a three-on-three basketball Phone 402-743-2255 tournament, soup supper, carnival 22-10-tfcgames, and grand prize drawings. Tune Out TV Violence is being 24-Real Estate promoted by FCE members April I. The annual Health Fair is scheduled COMPLETELY RESTORED, five for April 3 and 4 at Jewell County bedroom house for sale by owner. Hospital. Comprehensive and PSA Call days 402-469-6223, evenings blood tests, spinal, diabetes, and spinal 402-879-4208. 24-18-tfcrisk evaluations, digital rectal, manual breast exams, hearing, and bone den- 30-Musical sity exams will be offered. Instruments Mammogram appointments can be made by calling the hospital. LOOKING FOR a used piano? Why Cloud County will host the annual not rent-to-own a new or like-new Area Recognition Day on April 24 in digital piano?Lowmonthlypayments. Concordia at the Moose Lodge. A Visit us on the web at special 100th birthday celebration for www.pianos4rent.com. Raggedy Ann and Andy will be the day's highlight. Lunch reservations WE BUY pianos! We'll pay top dollar are $9 and due by April 14. for your used piano! All brands con- The date set for the 2003 Craft Day sidered. No antique uprights please, is Oct. 23 at the community center in Mid-America Piano, 800-950-3774. Jewell. Open class superintendents are be- 36-Thank You ing sought for the "Busy as a Bee in 2003" Jewell County Fair July 21 OUR SINCERE thanks to Dr. Blecha through 23. and all the other Brodstone Hospital staff who helped care for Geraldine Ma.rch is time to Schultz when she was ill. Thank you vaccinate horses for your many prayers, calls, cards, visits and flowers. Thanks, Pastor March is a good time to vaccinate Phillips for your visits and words of horses against West Nile Virus in or- Thursday, March 6, 2003 Merlin Alexander Merlin L. Alexander, 67, Esbon, died Feb. 25 at Salina Regional Health Center, Saline. He was the son of Elmer E. and Florence I. (Silsby) Alexander, born Sept. 11, 1935, near Burr Oak. He grew up on the family farm and attended the Lamb School District No. 129. He later attended Burr Oak Grade and High School and graduated in 1953. He joined the National Guard in July 1957 serving active duty in E1 Paso, Texas, for 10 months during the Berlin crisis. He was a member of Lebanon United Methodist Church. On July 1, 1956, Merlin married Virginia Kindler at the Methodist Church in Lebanon. The couple made their home in Mankato where Merlin worked as a bookkeeper in the general office of Midwest Lumber Co. The family later moved to a farm north of Downs, in the Dispatch community, and in 1966 bought their present farm southwest of Esbon. Merlin was active in the commu- nity, serving on the Esbon school board and singing in church and community choirs. He sang in many church choirs, the North Central Kansas Christian Choir, the Rolling Plains Barbershop Choir, Beloit, and the Four Flats Quar- tet. In addition to {arming, Merlin worked as a carpenter, building and remodeling several area houses. He made furniture and handmade gifts of wood. Merlin's hobbies included collect- ing depression glass and restoring pedal cars. He also restored his father-in- law's 1949 Ford pickup. Surviving in addition to his wife, Virginia, are three daughters, Kathy Atkins, Wichita; Deanna Alexander, Wichita; and Tummy Alexander, Be- IDLE; a brother, Newell Alexander, Man- kate; a sister, Violet Lewis, Callaway, Neb. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a sister, VerB Dempsey. Services were at United Methodist Church, Lebanon, Saturday with Pas- tor Leslie Ellis officiating. Graveside services and burial were in the Esbon Cemetery, Esbon. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrange- ments. Irene Benyshek Irene Katherine Benyshek, 84, Con- cordia, died Feb. 25 at Mount Saint Joseph Senior Community, Concor- die. She was the daughter of Edward THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Harold Dewey Harold F. Dewey, 81, Cheyenne, Wyo., died Jan. 31 at the V.A. Medical Center. He was bore Nov. 27, 1921, to Glen and Dean Dewey, Formoso. After high school he served in the Army during World War II. After his tour he returned to the Air Force and after retirement returned to Cheyenne. He married Opal Wooden, Man- kate. The couple had a son and two daughters. He was a member of the Formoso Christian Church and Air- ~(~ Gt!lf Club. i':,~l ~ iv()r~ lliL'iLI~.!C its wife; a sister, Glenadean Terrill, Burr Oak, and an aunt, Nine Marvin, Hays. Cremation took place at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens under the direction of Wiedenspahn-Radonesky Chapel of Chime. Gerald Headrick Gerald "Dick" Headrick, 83, life- long resident of the Beloit area, died Feb. 28. Dick was born June 17, 1919, at Beloit. He was a auto mechanic and owned a body shop in Beloit. He was retired. Dick was a member of VFW, Knights of Columbus, and American Legion. Surviving are a son, Matt Lauer, Concordia; four daughters, Ann Heberly, Glasco; Lore Kaus, Bison; Chris Crawford, Columbus, Ga.; Peggy 'Headrick, Jewell; and a sister, Josephine Heiman. He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret, and infant granddaugh- ter, Heather Lauer. Services are today (Thursday) at 10 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church with burial in St. John's Cemetery. Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit, is in charge of arrangements. Wilbur Sloan WilburC. SIoan, 77, died Feb. 11 at Western Plains Medical Complex, Dodge City. He was born March 15, 1925, to John David and Mine Alphea (Brant) Sloan in Jewell County. He married Marcelle S. Love Jan. 14, 1945, in Ionia. She survives. He was a Garden City resident until retiring in 1986, when they moved to Colorado. He moved to Dodge City in 2002. He was a self-employed auto body and fender man and part owner of A&A Body Shop in Garden City. He was a memberof the Deer Moun- tain Fire Department, the Deer Moun- tain Community Association, the Deer PALLETS OF merchandise starting encouragement. We wish to thank der to fend offthe disease before mos- at $200. Auctions, E-bay, stores, flea our family for all their visits..a,nd their quitoes begin flying this summer, said markets. Rd's, 372-5 S. Park, To ...... care after coming home. We love you -~, Bonnie P~sh, Ka~ State University all. God bless you! Geraldine and professor ofequineinternalmedicine. and Katie (Goulde) Nelssen, born Aug. 8, 1918, on a farm near Womer, Ken. Irene attended Black Eagle rural. school and Smith Center High School where she graduated. Irene was mar- ried to Ivan Voboril in 1942. They lived in Esbon. Ivan died early in their life together. Herhobbies included quilting, cook- ing and visiting with friends. In 1970 Irene married Raymond Benyshek and they lived in Cuba until he died in 1976. She moved to Concor- die. She was preceded in death by her parents and husbands. Survivors include a son, Ken Voboril, Sutton, Neb.; a daughter, Mary DeHerrera, Salina; fivegrandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers Melvin, Marvin and Veto Nelssen, all Mountain Lions and the Cody Park Church. Other survivors include a son, Brad Sloan, Garden City; three daughters, Sharon Nelson, Dodge City; Deanne Spanier, Oberlin,and Janis Frey,Crete, Neb.; nine grandchildren; four great grandchildren. He was preceded by two brothers, Chester and Duane Sloan, and a sister, Ruth Ple.tcher. A memorial service was at the Cody Park Church in Colorado Feb. 15. Burkhart-Ziegler Funeral Chapel, Dodge City, was in charge of arrange- ments. This newspaper available on the interoet at http//www.superioroe.com peka. 800-597-2522. Cash only. t0 percent off with ad. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Eugene Schultz 36-10-1c Mosquitoes carry the virus, which can result in a 30 percent mortality rate Monday through Friday. ABIGthankyoutothefiremen, ladies in horses. Other steps horse owners HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE and friendsforthedonations. I thank can take to control mosquitoes are homes and Extra Additions. Menke you. It sure helps to pay the doctors' listed: and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer bills. Bill Allen. 36-10-lp .Keep horses stabled during dawn specializing in custom built acces- sible house. Tax Credits may be THEFAMILYofMernaBureschwould and dusk, when mosquitoes are most available. 800-383-9090. like to thank everyone for their caring active. words, cards, flowers, food and me- .Turn off lights that attract mosqui- STEEL BUILDING blowout special! morials. Also, a big thank you to the toes at night. Check out our quality buildings at staff of the Nelson Good Samaritan .Use fluorescent lights, which do prices that can't be beat 800-973- Center for all the wonderful and Iov- not attract mosquitoes. 3366 or web site at. ing cam mom received. Patty and . .Keep screens in stable windows. www.pmmiersteel.org. Humid Ruttman, Eugene and Sharon .Eliminate common mosquito Buresh, Danny and Tammy Bumshbreeding areas like shallow stagnant STEELBUILDINGSsale!!I5,000plus and families. 36-10-1p water and puddles. sizes. Versatile, dependable all steel. .Empty water collecting in buck- Looking for excellent value and qual- Buy it! Sell it! Find it! In The Express ets, turps or tires. ity service? Call for free brochure, Classifieds,402-879-3291 or913- 378- .Clean water troughs once a week. 800-327-0790, Extension 79, or visit 3705. .Use mosquito repellent. visit us on the interneE at www.sentinelbuildings.com! Senti- Happy Homemakers meet Wednesday nel Building. CCCC oilers workshop Montrose Modern Homemakers STEELROOFtNG/Buildingmaterials. A workshop on documentation will will meet Wednesday for a potluck Galvanized steel starting at $32 per be held March 15 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 dinrier at noon. square, painted at $42. Call for p.m.attheAmericanLutheranChurch, Deanna Sweat, Extension agent, catalog. Western Metal-Kansas, Smith Center. InstructorisTerrySiek, will present the lesson. Business items include completing Hays800-770-2725orLouisburg 800- R.N, BSN, MSN, and the class offers plans for the spring tea, which the 489-4100, Statewide delivery avail- eight contact hours and one-half col- group will host, and reviewing other able. lege credit, coming activities. Members are re- minded to bring Best Choice labels. NEW LISTINGS IN SUPERIOR: One story two bedroom home on North Central, attached ga- rage, washer and dryer on main floor. Partial basement. This place is priced to sell, call today. IN HARDY: Two bedroom home on Main Street. Nice kitchen cabinets, wrap around porch roof, only three years old, detaced garage. OUT OF TOWN SPECIALS IN MANKATO: Three bedroom ranch in good condition on a big corner lot, washer and dryer on the main floor, small basement. Call Gary for further details. IN EDGAR: Three bedroom ranch with a full basement, car port, perma- nent siding, close to downtown. This is a real bargain. Only asking $40,000.00. IN DAVENPORT: Two story three bedroom home with a two car garage, full basement. This place is in good condition and we are only asking $22,000.00. Make an offer. IN NELSON: Two bedroom ranch with attached garage. No basement over 1,000 square foot. Asking $14,000.00. All you need to know about buying or selling Reel Estate is American Eagle 808 N. Kansas, PO Box 265, Superior, Nab. 68978 Call any of the following people to help with your Real Estate Needs. Gary A. Ward, Broker: Licensed Nebraska and Kansas, Phone: 402.879-4077 Dale Uhrmecller: Auc'doneer and Associate Broker, Licensed in Nebraska, Phone: 402-225-4292 WEBSITE: www:ametlcaneaglerealestate.com E-MAIL: americaneaglerealty@alltel.net .... of Smith Center. Services were Feb. 28 at Tibbetts- Fischer Chapel, Belleville. Burial was in Esbon Cemetery, Esbon. Norine Hajny Norine Hajny, 81, Esbon, died March 1 at Hutchinson Hospital. The funeral is at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the United Methodist Church, Esbon. Pastor Laura Fricker will officiate. Burial will be at the Esbon Cemetery. Melby Mortuary is in charge of ar- rangements. • Fax paper • Ink Cartridges • File Cabinets • Rubber Stamps Full lilt9 of office sunolie~] Thc per-V EXpr'e _ S 148 E. Tht~, Supedor.402-879-3291 111 E. Main, Mankato • 402-879-3191 National Farmers' Income Record Books Plus Tax Universal Stmertx" Pt Co. Phone 402-879-3291 148 E. Third-Superior, Neb. t = Record Books County Record Phone 785-378-3191 111 E. Main-Mankato, Ken. ,,r Plus Tax