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- .  -, . Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. lO-Services GUTTERING PROTECTS the foun- dation of your home. Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. 10-12-ffc NEW WINDOWS can lower your util- ity billsl Call All Things Exterior in Beloit NOW to get a quote. 1-800- 619-5706. 10-12-tfc A NEW front door will make your home popl Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619- 5706. AIIThingsExteriorcom. 10-12-tfc FOR LIFE and health insurance quotes contact Headrick Financial Services at 785-875-3958. An inde- pendent agent serving northern Kan- sas and southern Nebraska since 1978. 10-51 -tfc LICENSED ELECTRICIANS, T &amp; L Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of piv- ots. Wassom's basket truck available for aerial work and repair. Call Power Management, Steve Houtwed or Bob Wassom. 402-469-4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-tfc COMPLETE AUTO body paint and repair. RoCk chip repair, glass re- placement. Superior Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -tfc COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, air conditioning work, computer diag- nostics. Tietjen Automotive. 340 N. Kansas, Superior. 402-879-4111. 10-33-tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air cbnditioners. Scott TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. 10-11-tfc FARM, RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. Moeller Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc BANKRUPTCY: FREE initial consul- tation. Fast relief from creditors. Low rates. Statewide filing. No office ap- pointment necessary. Call Steffens Law Office, 308-872-8327. We are a debt relief agency, which helps people file bankruptcy under the bank- ruptcy code. 10 1 2-LivestocE REGISTERED YEARLING Angus bulls. Performance records. EPDs, mostly AI sired. Deliver April. 1..Parr Angus, Red ,Cloud,. Neb. Call 402-.., 746-3523 Cellular, 402-746-4528 or Ryan Danehey, 302-440-8567. 12-3-tfc S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- moval of dead cattle and horses. 1- 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262 cell. 12-3-tfc 13-Machinery 1650 OLIVER diesel tractor. Asking $4,500, 308-850-7735. 13-13-1c TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 10 a.m., con- signment auction to be held on the north edge of Mankato, Kan. Selling farm machinery, vehicles, boats, riding mowers, ATVs, tools, shop equip- ment and etc. Becker and Bouray Auction Service, Matt Becker, 785- 648-0226 and Nell Bouray, 402-879- 5566. 14-10-4p 14-Sale Calendar THURSDAY, MARCH 27, Annual Superior Consignment Auction. Con- signments of farm tractors, combines, machinery, livestock equipment, ve- hicles and more are being taken Please list consignments by Thurs- day, March 6, 2014, to be on sale bills Location along truck route east edge of Superior, Neb. Check-in and loaders available starting on Friday, March 21. More information contact: Roy Montgomery, call or text 402- 746-3823, Linda 402-746-4246, home 402-257-2335, Andy Montgomery 402-879-3004 or emaih 14-7-7c For quick results, use The Express Classifieds. WORLD'S LARGEST gun show-April 5 and 6 - Tulsa, OK Fairgrounds. Saturday 8-6, Sunday 8-4. Wanenmacher Productions. Free ap- praisals. Bring your gunsl www.TulsaArmsShowcom. 14 KANSAS BULL tesrs performance tested bull sale, April 2 at 12:30 pm, Bel0it, Kan. Selling 100 bulls and 15 heifers Brian Hagedorn: 785-458- 2137 THURSDAY, APRIL 16, Annual Frieling consignment Auction. Con- signments of farm tractors, combines, machinery, livestock equipment, ve- hicles and more are being taken. Please list consignments by Thurs- day, March 27, 2014, to be on sale bills Location along Highway 36, west of Smith Center, Kan Check-in and loaders available starting  on Mon- day, April 7. More information con- tact: AI Frieling 785-282-0538, Roy Montgomery, call or text 402-746- 3823, Linda 402-746-4246, home 402-257-2335, or email: info @ 14-7-9c WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, Selling real estate at 739 N. Central and 727 N Central, Superior, Neb., and personal property for Dennis and Diane Way. Mikkelsen Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-12-5p WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30,10:30 a.m., 232 S. Main St. in Burr Oak, Kan. Selling antiques, collectibles, furni- ture, tools, glassware, antique tractor parts and miscellaneous for Mac and Cindy Diehl. Mikkelsen Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-12-6p SATURDAY, MAY 10, 10 a.m., 504 S. Lincoln St., Mankato, Kan Public auction for Ed Hood. Selling tools, fishing equipment, boat and house- hold items. Becker and Bouray Auc- tion Service in charge of sale. 14-13-6p 16-Misc. for Sale MILEAGE BOOKS 'for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp FOR SALE: Nine white aluminum combination storm windows, 54 1/2" high x 26" wide. Call after 6 p.m., 402- 879,4121. 16:12-4p $100 OFF a Daniel Boone or Jim Bowie grill, now until April 15. non Pelzer, 402-469-3086 16-12-4c POWER LIF-I recliner chair to be sold at auction April 12 at 414 N Commer- cial St., Mankato, Ken. 16-12-2c SlSCO JUST ARRIVEDll Truckload Appliance Sale up to 20% off select appliances New refrigerators as low as $570, 10 year warranty ..... New freezer, 15 cu, ft, $500 USED ' GE Nautilus Dishwasher, $100 Kenmore Washer & Dryer $250 for set Maytag Washer & Dryer $400 for set PLUS MUCH MORE Get Dish Network Before the PHce Increases And Get $50 off Any Appliance or TV Call Today. 138 E. 4th St. Superior Neb. 402-879-3705 00._SlSCO Sales / Install Service Co YOUR LAND is your down payment. And we'll match your tax refund up to $8,000. Singles starting at $39,900 Doubles starting at $59,900. Less than perfect credit ok! 866-858-6862. 16 22-Vehicles 1987 JAQUAR XLX, V-12, real clean, 51,933 miles. See pictures on Call 402-279-2305 for more details. 22-13-3p 2001 CORVETTE coup, 6-speed manual, 48,000 miles, heads up dis- play, as advertised on Call 402-469-3995 for details. 22-13-3p 2005 FORD Freestyle, 114,000 miles. Call 402-879-4972 or cell 402-879- 1848. 22-18-ffp SELL YOUR classic car, truck or motorcycle online. Call this newspa- per (402) 879-3291 or call 1 - 800-369- 2850 to place your ad on the national Midwest Classic Care web site for only $25.00. Your ad with photos runs until your vehicle is soldl 22 24-Real Estate FOR SALE: Empty lots, 4 and 5 on 5th St., East Superior. There is a well on the property. If interested call: 402- 279-2275, Mary. May leave message. 24-11-4c FOR SALE: Two bedroom house in Superior, reasonable 402-879-1334. 24-10-ffc FOR SALE by owner at 355 W. 6th St., Superior, Neb. Move in ready, newly remodeled bath, tub-shower, large kitchen, open floor plan. Must see'. Call 402-879-3464. 24-46-tfc 36 Thank you WE WILL be forever grateful to the Superior EMT's, Superior Volunteer Firemen, Brodstone Memorial Hospi- tal staff and employees, and our friends and family for your care and compassion during our ordeal. Thank you for your words of comfort and encouragement at the hospital and since we returned home. We appreci- ate the cards, gifts, phone calls and visits. It's wonderful to be in a small town where everybody knows your name. Bill and Patty Paxton 36-13-1p Obituaries Venna Crow Venna"MarveUe" Crow, 90, Salina, died Thursday, March 20, 2014. She was born Sept. 5, 1923, in Burr Oak, Kansas to Virgil and Mabel (Buster) McMains. She and Kenneth I. Crow were united in marriage on July 18, 1948, residing in Bennington and Salina. Marvelle owned and operated the Red Arrow Cafe in Bennington for seven years, bringing "white linen" dining to churchgoers following Sun- day services. She was employed as a bookkeeper for JC Penney and a sales associate for Kline's Department Store. In retirement golf and bridge filled her days with enjoyment. Marvelle was preceded in death by her husband, Kenny, on July 17, 1998; brothers, Lyle and Gerald; and a sister, Erma Smullins. She is,survived by nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews. Cremation was chosen. A private family inurnment is planned. Memorials are suggested to Hos- pice of Salina in care of Ryan Mortu- ary, 137 N. Eighth, Salina. --Paid Obituary-- COLLINS SERVICE serving the needs of HIS children! Remodeling, Repairs, Painting, Decks and New Construction, Roof Repairs, Tree Trimming and Clean-up, Yard Mowing and Clean-up, Minor Plumbing and Electrical Repairs HANDIMAN EXTREME 785-647-5061 or <\< 402-879-1168 (Cell) Bill W 12-tfc Parkview Haven Nursing Home Deshler, Neb. Applications are being accepted for Full time Maintenance Supervisor Full/Part time afternoon shift CNA/MA Part time night shift CNA ... FFUll time paid benefits - life, dental, disability. Health, pension, flex spending available. or more information and an application call (402) 365-7237 Mary or Judy 11-3 The Board of Jewell County Commissioners is currently accepting IJlds for th surplus property listed below Item Description: 2006, 45 foot walking floor trailer, open top, by Wilkins Mfg., Vin #1W92M45246S077260 This property is being sold in "as is" condition with no warranty written or implied. For information and inspection of this item please see at 1110 W South, Mankato, KS 66956 Submit bids to: Jewell County Clerk, 307 N Commercial Suite 5, Mankato, KS 66956 by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, .April 11,2014. Bids will be opened on Monday; April 14, 2014 at 9 a.m. in Jewell County Commissioners Office. To be considered, all bids must be in a sealed enveloped with "Trailer" indicated on the outside of the envelope. All bids must be signed and shall include bidders name, address and phone number of the bidder. Bidders need not be present to be given consideration. The Board of Jewell CoUnty Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Or. Mud[ell Owensby Lindell Cook Owensby, M.D., died Jan. 19 He was born to Dr. Oscar and Mary Cook Owensby in Pittsburg, Kan., on Oct. 31, 1921. Dr. Owensby graduated form Man- hattan High school, attended Kansas State Uniyersity and graduated from Washington School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo. He served in the U.S. Army in active duty from 1941 to 1944 and then inactive duty until 1947. His career in medicine began as a general practitioner in Mankato. He became a diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology in 1954 and was licensed to practice medicine in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Florida. He was an assistant resident in ophthalmology at Barnes, St. Louis Jewish and St. Louis Children's Hos- pital. Dr. Owensby was a staff doctor at the State Sanatorium for Tuberculo- sis in Norton, leaving with a position of assistant medical director. Dr. Owensby began his private practice in 1953 in Concordia and then retired in 1988. He was a member of the Episcopal Church in Concordia, Masonic Lodge, International Rotary Club, Amateur Radio League and several professional organizations. He had many interests and hobbies among them were read- ing, sailing, playing golf, amateur ra- dio and making beer and wine. He also worked to learn all aspects of modem technology. He referred to his morning coffee group as "the old geezers." Dr. Owensby was previously mar- ried to Barbara Teeple in 1945. They later divorced. 'Preceding him in death was his daughter, Peggy Owensby. Survivors are his wife, Geneve Johnson Owensby; his children, Rebecca Owensby Webb, Springfield, Mo., Mary Owensby Thompson, Springfield, Mo., Dr. Patticia Owensby Macfarlane, Jefferson City, Mo.; 17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchil- dren. Dale Erickson Dale Richard Erickson, 84, Courtland, died March 18. He was born on July 15, 1929, to Andrew Edward and Esther Emelia (Anderson) Erickson. Dale attended country school and graduated from Courtland High School in 1947. He enjoyed playing football, basketball, and excelled in track under the guidance of Coach Raymond Stewart. After high school, he went into farming with his brother, Norman. In 1952, he served in the U.S. Army, where he attained the rank of corporal spending most of his time at Camp Carson near Colorado Springs. After his honorable discharge, he returned to farming. On Sept. 5,1954, he was married to Eileen Appleby. They lived on the family farm northeast of Courtland. To this union four children were born. In March, 1985, he became the relief ru- ral mail carrier for Courtlant, In April, 1989,he took over as the ftll-time car- rier. Dale and Eileen moved into Courtland in March 2001. He retired I III from the mail route in 2002 Dale enjoyed following his chil- dren and grandchildren in their school activities, especially their sports. Dale and Eileen took many traveling group tours, the last one in'2006, a trip to Alaska. As his health declined, the trips became shorter, to Abilene and Salina to attend the community the- atres, Dale was preceded in death by his parents; seven brothers, Carl, Hugo, Leonard and Norman Erickson, Eldon, Bryce and Roy Haney; his sisters, Lorine Aspegren, Elva Greenwood Penn and Dorothy Tucker. Survivors include his wife, Eileen, of their home; children Mrs. Curtis Lindberg (Julie), Randy, Ed and Su- san; grandchildren, Jennifer Goodrich, Erica Siaji, Nathan Lindberg, Kyler and Logan Erickson, Amy Erickson, and Chris Bridwell; great-grandchil- dren, Cody and Lynly Bridwell, " Hudson Lindberg and Zawadi Siaji; and a sister, Mrs. Chester Russell (Mildred). His funeral was held Saturday atthe Covenant Church in Courtland with Pastor Charles Peters officiating. Burial was in the Courtland Cemetery. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of arrange- menu. JoAnn Badger Thursday, March 27, 2014 granddaughter, Katherine Bates. Survivors include her sisters, Jean Boettcher, Betty May and Mrs. Roger Zeigler (Linda); five children: a son, David Badger, and his wife, Cheryl, of Mankato, a daughter, Judy Bates, and her husband, Alan, of Kensington, Kan., a son, Steven Badger, and his wife, Joe, of Oakley, Kan., a daughter, Patricia Badger, of Russell, Kan., and a son, Brian Badger, and his wife, Kristi, of Mankato; 15 grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, and 32 great- grandchildren, as well as other rela- tives and friends. Her funeral was held at 2 p.m., Monday, March 24, 2014, at the Chris- tian Church, Mankato, Karl., with Pas- tor Thaddeus Hinkle officiating. Mrs. Pat Grout was the organist. Randy Paugh was the soloist. He sang "Old Rugged Cross" and "In The Garden." Two cd's were played, "Jwt A Closer Walk with Thee" and"IOU" by Jimmy Dean. The congregation sang "How Great Thou Art." Casketbearers were Timothy Bad- ger, Christopher Bates, Matthew Bad- ger, Kevin Shorter, Daniel Badger, Adam Badger and Alex Badger. Hon- orary casket bearers were Christina Copeland, Pamela Wirth, Brenda DeGraffenreidt, Amanda Varner, Krstal Rothe, Barbara JoAnn Ritter, Amber Shorter and Ashley Shorter. Etta JoAnn Badger, 80, of Mankato, Interment was in the Mount Hope Cem- Kan., was born on a farm southwest of etery, Mankato, Kan. Mankato, onDec.7, 1933. Shediedon Visitation was from 1 to 8 p.m., March 20, 2014. JoAnn was the fourth Sunday, March 23, 2014, with the fam- child in a family of five children. She ily receiving friends from 6:30 to 8 attended rural schools and graduated p.m. at the Melby Mortuary, Mankato. from Mankato High School in 1951. JoAnn married Roland Badger on Sept. 9, 1952, in the Christian Church at Mankato. Together they raised a family of five children. She and her family were baptized in 1972. JoAnn and Roland were actively engaged in fanning. In addition to her farming activities and raising an ac- tive family, JoAnn enjoyed her veg- etable and flower gardens and land- scaping the homes she had while on the farm and later after moving to Mankato. She had a special interest in all varieties of roses. There is a saying, "Cultivating a garden is like taking a walk with God." Surely, JoAnn has taken many such walks. JoAnn also worked at the courthouse and at Mid-Way Co-op elevator. She enjoyed being outdoors. She will be remembered as being a great neighbor. She worked many hours mowing yards for people in town. JoAnn's greatest love was for her family. She was happiest when she had cooked a big meal and could enjoy being surrounded by her children or grandchildren. She liked following the various sports and activities of her fam- ily and attended when possible. Preceding JoAnn i0 death were her parents, Roy and Etta Mae (Cammei) Crouch; her husband of 47 years, Roland; brother, Raymond Crouch; and NOTICE The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal part-time help for SWIMMING POOL LIFEGUARDS for the 2014 season. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office, 217 S. High St., Mankato, Kan. Completed applications need to be returned to the same address, by no later than May 5, 2014. For information contact the City Office, 785-378-3141. 9.9c :;EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - :i :: . i : ..::'' : : : The Jewell County Hospital - Rural Health Clinic is seeking a Medical Biller. Experience is not neces- sary, but is preferred. Some responsibilities include: verifying insurance benefits; filing all claims with Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurances; processing appeals and denials, and following up with delinquent accounts; processing and distributing patient statement of accounts; helping patients with , insurance or billing related issues; and assisting office staff in answering the phone and other tasks. Please stop by the Jewell County Hospital front office for an application and full job description. ,3.c Spring Fever Free Classifieds for Free Items For a limited time this newspaper will run without charge, classified advertisements for items to give away or selling for less than $10. Advertisements must be submitted in written format by mail, email or at either our Mankato or Superior Office. The family suggested memorials be sent to the Melby Mortuary, P.O. Box 384, Mankato, Kansas 66956. Chari- ties will be named at a later date. Pald Obltuary Sharon Bearley Sharon Marie Bearley, 63, died March 20 at the Harry Hynes Hospice Center, Wichita. She was born June 13, 1950, in Norton to Duane and Vivian Kintigh. Sharon graduated from Republic High School in 1968, Sydney's Beauty College in Hays in 1970 and from Cloud County Community College in dietary man- agement in 1988. And Now for the fine print: This newspaper reserves the right to I determine which ads will run, whenthe ads will rn and may edit the ads for style. The offer may be terminated at any time. Garage sales are not included in this free offer. But the best part is the ads will run free of charge. .., :... THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Sharon married Bob Bearley in Republic on Aug 9, 1970. Over the next 43 years, Bob and Sharon enjoyed family activities that included watch- ing their children grow to be adults, summer camping trips, vacationing, enjoying their six grandkids, and time with each of their siblings and parents. Grandma Sharon devoted countless hours to rocking Ethan and Elijah in the neonatal intensive care unit, and many miles heading north to Iowa to watch both boys in sporting events. Sharon was so proud of watching Elijah win first place in a bowling tourna- ment this past November. Grandma Sharon liked surprising Addison and Emmerson with little tokens of love. When Sharon was told there was going to be a new Bearley addition, she pre- dicted it to be a boy and his name would be Jackson. In December 2012 she promised to get to meet Jackson. Scan and Crystal dated for I 1 years and in October 2012 Sharon got to witness Scan officially joining the Bearley family. Sharon and Bob lived in Kensington for the past 30 years, where they have cultivated lifelong friends within the surrounding community. Sharon s interests included the Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts, Sunday school teacher and superintendent, church secretary, foster mother who provided a home to a countless number of foster children, friendship and mentor to all ages, tutored students, from driver's education to assisting college students with writing papers, vacation Bible school lesson leader, member of the women's Bible study, organizing Lion's Club meals and served on count- less church committees Through Sharon's health struggles, she never complained, she maintained composure, dignity and was an inspi- ration to all. Sharon continues to sup- port and give strength to her friends and family through these wearisome days. She is survived by her husband, Bob, Kensington; daughter, Crystal Bearley, Austin, Texas; sons, Bobby, Minden, Iowa, Justin, Cheney; father, Duane Kintigh, Courtland; sister, Debbie Staton; brothers, Roger Kintigh and Mike Kintigh; close friend, Marsha Pennington, and six grandchildren. Her funeral was 10:30 a.m. Mon- day at the United Church in Kensington with Emily Blank officiating. Burial followed in the Olive Branch Cem- etery, rural Kensington. Simmons- Rentschler Mortuary, Smith Center, was in charge of arrangements. i. NOTICE The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal part-time help for SWIMMING POOL MANAGER for the 2014 season. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office, 217 S. High St., Mankato, Ken. Completed applications need to be returned to.the same address, by no later than April 7, 2014. For information contact the City Office, 785-378-3!41. 9-8c Rock Hills USD 107 Employment Opportunity Bus Route Driver A CDL Class B with S, P and Airbrakes Endorsements is required Benefits include: Full paid single BC-BS of KS Health Insurance Plan Kansas Public Employees Retirement System Plan Paid Sick, Vacation, and Holiday Leave. CDL training plus $500 signing bonus Applications may be requested by calling the Rock Hills USD 107 District Office 785-378-3102 Position will remain open until filled. Rock Hills USD 107 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 3- New Land Listing in Jewell County Kansas Taking Bids until 6 p.m. Friday, April 25 Legal Description: W 1/2 of NW 1/4 in Section 18-T01-R07W Jewell County Kansas Located at: 190 Road & Cedar Road (1/2 mi. North of Olive Hill Church) Approximately 98 acres of which approximately 92.16 acres is dry cropland, the balance is in waterways and road Terms: Purchase of real estate is not contingent upon financing. Opportunites to raise bids will be given to participating bidders Seller reserves right to accept-reject bids Bidding increments are at the discretion of the Broker and Seller " 20% earnest deposit at time of purchase agreement, balance due in certified funds at closing Title Insurance costs to be shared equally between Buyer and Seller Possession upon closing subject to tenants rights-expire 02/2015 To submit offer or for additiona} details/P.l.P contact: Corey at 402-879-1504 Gale at 402-879-5666 Office at 402-879-4464 ........   / Mikkelsen Real Estate &.Auction LLC m 356 E. 3rd Street. Superior, NE 68978 Gale M/k/co/sen - nee/Estate Broker & Auctioneer Corey Mikkelsen . Real Estate Salesperson, 12-2c