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! Why Stand In Line All Day When You Shop R_.ight Here? S? Call Maruhn at Red Cloud for wells, ump repair, water line ca, 402-746-3373. 10-35-ffc SEPTIC tank pumping. rsstrooms available. Bio- bacteria. Republic 'Kan. 1- 10-23-ffc L, commemial Electric, Byron, 402- 10-14-ffc :k , fertilitytes- measured, vaccines and $1,200. Wilson Angus. 12-14-ffc BULLS for sale, red or , Roger Reiter, I. 12-14-4c Isforsale. Rod 402-364- 12-15-3c Hereford bulls, year- Quality, parlor- excellent dispositions. heifers. Lavern 12-15-4c HEREFORD coming-two 3. Call or write for reaty catalog with complete data and prices. Joe Box 555, Lawrence, 402-756-7127. 12-10-13c Angus and Red performance and EPD's. Every calf sire. Will keep bulls until Goldrush Genetics, Guide Rock, Nab., Call 12-6-16c tED YEARLING Angus records EPD, red. Delivery April 1. Parr Cloud. Call 402-746- 'ses. Gordon Murray, 785-378-3723. 12-15-ffc dar 13, 10:30 a.m. Neb. Sell- 4x4 pick-up; Park Avenue, modem goods, appli- equipment. Owned Estate. and house- OWned by the Kenneth Mikkelsan Real Es- in charge. 14-12-4p m SATURDAY, APRIL 13. Selling an- ATTENTION: tiques, household, vehicles and ma- chinery for Jewell Sweet. 12 miles South and 1-1/2 miles West of Supe- nor beginning at 10 a.m. Andy and Slim Montgomery, Auctioneers. 14-13-3p TUESDAY, APRIL 16, selling 80 acres farmgmund located throe miles north, two west and a half mile north of Burr Oak at the Senior Citizen Building in Burr Oak, Kan. at 1:30 p.m. for liliff and Lena Banks. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge. 14-13-3p SATURDAY, MAY 18, starting at 10:00 a.m. atthe east edge of Nelson, Neb. Selling two tracts of land. Tract #1-nice, 11 acre building site with home, barn, garage and other out Uuildings. Tract #2-will be adjacent to tract #1, consisting of approximately 140 acres of pasture and crop land. Personal property includes 1991 car, 1967 pickup, tools, shop equipment, furniture, household items, collectibles and more for Wilbur and Hazel Will- iams. Montgomery Auction and Re- alty in charge. 14-14-7c 15-Opportunities GIRLS AGES 3-17, apply today for opportunity to become Miss Ne- braska. Six age divisions. For free information and Highlight Video, call 1-800-655-9390 or visit www.smiles2u.com. 26-11-12-15-16-4p EXCELLENT SUMMER opportunity! Make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities! Spend your summer at Camp Easter Seals! Contact Sara Masten at 402-345-2200 or e-mail to camping @ ne.easter-seals.org. FRIENDLY TOYS and Gifts has open- ings for partydemonstmtors and man- agers! Home decor, gifts, toys, Christ- mas. Earn cash, trips and recogni- tion. For free information call 1-800- 488-4875. AVON: ENTREPRENEUR wanted! Must be willing to work whenever you want, be your own boss, and enjoy unlimited earnings. Let's talk. Call 1- 888-942-4053. 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Unlimited opportunity in fast grow- ing wellness industry.Visit ourwebsite at www.5pillars.com/dales/ or ,Call 785-761-6420 and leave message. MISSOURI WELDING Institute, Inc., Nevada, Me. Become a certified pipe and structural welder. Earn top pay in 18 weeks. Many companies seek our graduates. Call 1-800-667-5885. BECOME REAL estate appraiser- Garden City & Hays courses ap- proved. Board of Regents & Kansas Appraisal Board. CPB, Inc., Box 294, Hays, Ken. 67601. 785-625-7401. GOVERNMENT POSTAL jobs. Up to $47,578 or more. Now hiring. Full benefits, training and retirement. For application and information, call 1- 800-337-9730, Dept P357. 8:00 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week. LOOKING FOR a job in journalism? Visit our web site at www.ksprass.com for the latest opportunities in advertis- ing, marketing, cimulation, reporting and management at Kansas news- papers. WARNING| DON'T get a home loan until you mad this free report. Could save thousands! Call 1-877-258-3332 ext. 90001. 24 hour-free recorded message. NEED A computer but have no cash? You're approved! Financing guaran- teed! No cash needed today. Bad credit okayl No credit check- no credit turndownsl Call 1-800-480-9033 or Iogon at www.PC-CREDIT.com. GET. OUT of debt freel Stop collec- tion calls, reduce payments up to 50 percent, lower interest. Non-profit, licensed, bonded. Call 1-800-847- 6410 or Iogon at www.amenx.com. 16-Misc. For Sale INTERNET ACCESS, 56k, rate plans from $12.95, local numbem, autho- rized agents: Pierce Electronics, Jewell-785-428-3601; Professional Pharmacy, Mankato-785-378-3183 or 1-800-864-4400. 16-15-4c LANDSCAPING ROCK from river rock to bouldem. For waterfalls, gardens, patios, businesses. 1,000's to chose from. We deliver! Nebraska Boulders, 402-262-2230, Deweese, Neb. 16-15-4C BLOOM 'N Things opens mid-April with locally grown plants. 16-13-3(: NEW AVON dealer in your area. Call Pam at 785-647-5981, to place your Avon Mothers Dayordem. 16-14-ffc PRE-SPACED vinyl letters make sign making a snap. Have yours cus- tom made by Supedor Publishing Co., phone 402-879-3291. We also make signs and letter trucks. 16-12-ffp OFFICE SUPPLIES in stock or will special order. Supedor Publishing INDEPENDENT HERBALIFE Dis- tributor call Nancy for product or op- portunity. Call 866-388-5727. 16-9-ffc ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stock salt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-ffc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- enem. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc BLANK GIFT certificates, useful for any business, now available at The Suoedor Express. 16-40-tfD STEEL BUILDING blowout special! No one can beat our prices! 1-800- 973-3366 or visit our website at www.pmmiersteel.org. WOLFF TANNING beds. Affordable, convenient, tan at home. Payments from $25 per month. Free color cata- log. Call today at 1-800-842-1305 or Iogon at www.np.etstan.com. ALL STEEL buildings! 24 to 75 ft. wide. Price everyone else-then call usl Major credit cards accepted! Call 1-800-825-0316, Worldwide Building Sales. ALL STEEL building for less. Straight- wall and Arch-S200 to $500 below any bid, spec for spec! Call 1-888- 782-8330.or visit our website at www.steelbuildingsetc.com. STEEL BUILDINGS sale! Versatile, dependable, all steel. Looking for an excellent value and quality service? Call Sentinel Buildings for free bro- chure at 1-800-327-0790 ext. 79 or Iogon at www.sentinelbuildings.com. HOT TUB buyers. Manufactu mr clos- ing out remaining home show display models. Free video and pdce list. Call 1-800-869-0406. Good Life Spas, 27th and "O", Lincoln, Neb. goodlifespa.com. STEEL BUILDINGS clearance sale! Limited supply 60x96, 50x100, 50x50, 40x60, 30x40, 24x30. Pnce cuts of up to 40 percent off. Call for quotes and brochures. 1-800-232-0598. STEEL BUILDINGS! Order in April, Guaranteed pricing under current market rate. 24x36x10-$4,694; 30x40x10-$5,296;40x60x14- $8,594; 50xl 00x14-$13,895.Other sizes available. Call toll-free at 1-866-875- 8790. 21-Feed and Seed BIG, ROUND bales alfalfa. Call 402- 223292 after6i00p.m. 21-14-4p FOR SALE: Alfalfa hay 4th cutting. Big square bales. Call 402-879-4962. 21-7-ffc 22-Vehicles 1990 FORD Probe, 2-door, automatic, good gas mileage, good tires. Call 402-879-4604. 22-15-tfp MECUM AT Kansas City Collector Car Auction at KC Market Center Apnl 19-20. Sellers get results! We have buyers waiting. Same day pay for sellers. Call today to sell your car. 1-800-486-6999. that will Build a Quality Cow Herd Call Dr, Sam McDowell at (785) 389-1941 or Cardn at 389-1201 PRICED REDUCED D SOUTH of Davenport r home on 21 acres. The Iroom home is in good con- buildings consists of garage, hog shed house. We have re- price to $75,000. Owner wants to sell. Give us a call look. WEEKLY SPECIAL ALL IT TAKES is $12,500 to own this home in Nelson. It has two bedrooms'on the main floor and one bedroom and 1 bath in the finished basement. Detached garage. Give Dale a call at 402-225-4292 or Gary 402-897-4077. DAVENPORT SPECIAL "a Special price on this home It is a two story with living room, one bath, full base- nice location. call Scott at 402- 3ary at 402-879-4077. SUPERIOR SPECIAL . TI-US PLACE has a special kitchen, lots of cabinets, special bedroom, lots of closet space. Special tmily room on the main floor. Many other special features call for further details. All You need to knew about buying or elling Real Etate is American Eagle Realty, Inc. 808 N. Kansas, PO Box 265, Superior, Nab. 68978 webslte: www.amedcaneaglerealestate.com . Cell any of the following people to help with your ' Wtrd, Ere" " Real Estate Needs. i)1 - er: Licensed Nebraska and Kansas, Phone: 402-879-4077 m Uhrmacher: Auctioneer and Associate Broker, in Nebraska, Phone: 402-225-4292 Licensed in Nebraska, Phone: 402-225-2132 Ucensed in Nebraska, Phone: 402-224-5635 Auctioneer and Sales Associate, Kansas, Phone: 785-378-3798 Licensed in Kansas, Phone: 785-378-3798 Company. 16-20,tfp_ ,, III =s your PARTS and TIRE supplier III meeting your expectations? Products you need = Value you expect Service you deserve Experience you can trust P a r t s &More,,,c 208 North C Street, Edgar, Neb. (402) 224-4444 Construction Positions In 'qYenchless" Construction Tunneling Directional Drilling Auger Boring Full.time and Part-time Positions III i i [ College Students Always Welcome.* [ Equipment Operators Directional Drill Personnel Construction Laborers (CDL.preferred for all positions, but will train) Utility/Trenchless Experience Helpful Training and Advancement Available Health and Life (100% paid) 401K/Profit Share Paid Vacations and Holidays Incentive Pay-Competitive Wages g BORINO & TUNNJ'LINO O. Exeter, Neb. 402'266-5347 Day or Night Call for an Application or Interview EEO/M/F/H/V LOGON AT www.800charitycars.org and donate your vehicle1100 pement goes to the engine|, nationally ac- claimed Charity Cars. Tax deduct- ib's, free towing. Call 1-800- CHARITYCARS (1-800-242-7489). HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Nab. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-tfc 23-Recreational NU WAY 16 foot, single axle camper, sleeps six. $1,000. 402-879-3612 or 402-879-4068 23-12-tfc 24-Real Estate HOUSE IN Nelson at 320 1st St. two- bedroom, new roof and carpet. $16,500. Call 402-460-6705. 24-15-3c FOR SALE: A cozy and unique Queen Anne, 2-story house in Burr Oak, re- stored, 3-4 bedrooms, sun pomh and a deck on second story, new central heat and air, new roof, new kitchen cabinets, 2 bathrooms, 2 open stair- cases, 3 bay windows with window seats, basement, comer lot, single car garage. House was featured in local home tour. Call evenings 785- 647-5224, daytime 785-378-3705. Gloria Garman-Schlaefli. 24-15-2c THREE HOUSES on three acres ap- proximately five block from downtown Superior. Call 785-647-5991 or 785- 647-6741after dark. 24-4-tfc COMPLETELY RESTORED five bed- room house for sale by owner. Call days 402-469-6223, evenings 402- 879-4208. 24-18-tfc 26 - Notice MEDICARE PATIENTS using inhal- ers! Albuterol - Atrovent - Combivent - Serevent - Azmacort - Flovent and others. Having difficulty?. Breathe easy again. Medicare covered liquid therapy may be available if you qualify. Call Mad-A-Save at 1-800-224-1919, ext. NE 1502. SOCIAL SECURITY disability claimsl Saunders & Saunders, Attorneys at law. No recovery-norel 1-800-259- 8548. P.K. GRAGGS-The big showlll Gun show - APRIL 13-14, Saturday- 9:00 a m.to 5 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Kansas Expocantre, To- peka, Kan. Over 400 tablest For Information, call 563-923-4003. LOOKING FOR teechem? Classi- fied advertising worksl Place a 25 word ad into thousands of Nebraska homes for $175. Contact your local newspaper or call 1-800-369-2850. SAVE OVER $2,000111 2x2 Display Ad Network. Advertise in 135 news- papers across Kansas for $750. Con- tact this newspaper or Kansas Press 785-271-5304 or Iogon at www.kspmss.com. KANSANS READ the classifieds 'in 75 newspapers statewidel Only $250 per 25 words, $10 per extra word. Contact this Newspaper or Kansas Press at 785-271-5304 or Iogon at www.kspms$.com. Phone 402-879-3291 to place your Express Classified. No matter what you need, check the Express Classifieds first. Thursday, Apdl 11, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B 36-Thank You WE WISH to thank everyone for their support dudng our loss. A special thank you to Pastor Albrecht, EMT's and staff at BUNCH, LWML ladies and all who brought food, memodais and emotional support. Yourthoughts, prayers and deeds were and always will be greatly appreciated. The chil- dren and families of Lovey Lambert 36-15-1p I WOULD like to thank everyone for making my 40th birthday special. Thanks to the Commissioners for my 'April Fool's' birthday. Thanks to Donna Ramey, Madlou Backer and Lore Oat f0rthe special birthday greet- ings on Tuesday. Thanks to Cregg and Belinda Jeffery end kids and to Cad, Jeremy and Jennifer for the sur- prise party. Thanks to everyone for the cards, gifts and helping in any way. Cada Waugh 36-15-1c CARD OF Thanks-Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray-if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words as any fdend could say. Perhaps you were not them at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much, what- ever the part. The Gordon Watts fam- ily. 36-15-1c I WANT to thank everyone who sent cards and the gifts I received at my =birthday party at the cafe. Janet Hansen 36-15- lc Obituaries Robert Jarvis Robert E. "Bob" Jarvis, 81, died at his home in Twin Falls, Idaho, April 4. Bob was born in Jewell County, Kan- sas, to Otis and Alice Jarvison Sept. 19,1920. He gradu- ated from Jew- ell High School in 1939. He was in the military three years during World War II, serving in the South Pacific. He was a long-time member of the American Legion. He married Frances Nelson, Salina, Dec. 3, 1947. In 1948 they moved to Twin Falls where he was employed by Dales Home Electric where he learned the electrical trade, later starting his own business;' Jarvis Electric. He re- tired in 1982 and began making wood crafts and other smal items in his shop. Club members meet for brunch The Mankato Garden Club for brunch with 11 members present. Alma Zadina accepted an invita- tion to join. Faryi Lange, president, presided at the business meeting. Roll call was answered with an April Fool's joke. Members prepared ribbon decorated flower vials and cards to be placed On meals-on-wheels trays for Mankato Seniorresid :nts. The project was com- pleted in cooperation with the Flower Patch. The mystery tour for next month, May 7, was discussed. Bernieta McElroy was hostess. Jewell County Hospital report Admissions: April 3, Dorothy Munro, Mankato; April 8, Ila Nelson, Formoso. Dismissals: April 5, Raymond Hancock, Mankato. Gleaners host 56 for salad supper Mankato Christian Church Glean- ers hosted the annual salad supper re- cently with 56 attending. Jan Lindberg and Dena Alvarez were in charge of arrangements for the event. Guests attended from JeweU and Burr Oak. Alicia Ferguson, Superior, and Howard Reed, Belleville, presented music for the program. Donna Brown, speaker, presented "God's Wonderful Creation, the Bee." She is with Browns Honey Farms, Haddam. I i typing for college students. She moved to Mankato in 1972 to be closer to family. She was a member of the Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato, and Daughters of the American Revo- lution. She was a collector, an active bird-watcher, gardener and genealo- gist. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband in 1959; eight broth- ers and three sisters. Jessie is survived by daughter, Mrs. William Ladd (Ruth), Chillicothe, III.; three.grandchildren; two great-grand- children; and a brother, Kenneth Kennedy, Lebanon. Services were held April 5 at Melby Mortuary Chapel, Mankato, with Pas- tor Sarah Hickson deSalazar officiat- ing. Graveside services were at Green- wood Cemetery, Clay Center, with in- terment following. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrange- ments. He is survived by his wife, Twin Falls; and a sister, Mrs. Leonard Betll Byers Hegltmd,(Bett,) Twin.Falls, .................... Beth Alice Byers, 85, died Friday at Precedmghimqn death ..w,m his ,.Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. parentsandasister, Mrs. Ralph Bohnert She was born Sept. 20, 1916 on a (Dorotha); and a brother, Richard. farm near Jewell to Floyd and Grace Graveside services were Monday, (Yapp) Byers. tn Twin Falls. Beth graduated frofn Jewell High Jessie Muck Jessie L. Muck, 98, died April 1 at Jewell County Hospital, Mankato. She was the fifth of 13 children born to David Ernest and Arminta Jane (Barnett) Kennedy, on July 15, 1903, at Esbon. She attended grade school at Lone Tree Country School, Esbon High School for two years, and graduated from Mankato High School, before entering business college at Fairbury, Neb. She worked as a secretary for Muck Produce Company, Clay Cen- ter. July l, 1925, Jessie married Fred R. Muck in Topeka. They moved to Marion where Jessie worked at Marion High School as a secretary. After retirement, she did School and continued her education at Kansas State University in Manhattan, where she graduated in 1939. She was a hospital dietician. She lived in Winston-Salem, N.C., and Miami, Fla. Beth retired in about 1980 and re- turned to Beloit. She was a member of North Central Kansas Anthropologi- cal Society, Minerva Clu and First United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Arden and Horace Byers and her very close friend, Velva Riley. Survivors include a brother, Jack Byers, Burr Oak. Services were Monday at McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, with Pastor Ken Parker officiating. Burial was in Couch Cemetery, Jewell. I If you are not receiving The Jewell County Record each week, you are missing the news, features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. l]-e00 Exp00 Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices. 111 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3191 One Year in Kansas $19.06 One Year in Nebraska $18 (Kansas subscriptions include $1.06 tax) One Year in Other States, $25 or PC) Box 408 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 Subscribe Today'. m|i|mm|iBnnn|nminmnH|mi|ini| |||1 i Please send a subscription of The Jewell County Record to: I I I IName: I I I | Address I I ' City State Zip | Amount New Renewal | i I | A gift from: ' | .----------__--.------------------------______________________. ._ I