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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 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. 8-Help Wanted FULL-TIME secretarial position avail- able imnmdiatety. Must have excel- lent secretarial skills it~lu@ng cent,- purer and bookkeel~ng. Send re~me with references to Downing & Alexander Law, PO Bo~ t85, Supe~ dot, NE 68978 by April 27. 2015. 6-16-2o WEBSTER COUNTY Hosp/tal, Red Cloud. Nebraska, has an opening for full or part4ime RN's and CNA's. ER experience a plus. Apply on line at www webstemoapitaLorg, or contact Candy Peters, RN, DON, at 402-746- 5re00 for addiliormt intormation. 8-16-3 FULL-TiME career opr~edunity -w~th benefits. No weekends. Send resume to PO Box 1, Superior, NeD 68978. 8-16-3: FULL-TIME position, Mo~:laylhfough Friday, at Super.q~" Vision_ Bring in o mail resume to 358 N. Central Ave, Superior, Nob_ 68976 B, ~ 5.2c DR IVERS: COL-A, Full,brae and pad- lime, excetlent pay. Great hornet,me. Unio~ ben.efits for ~ull-time. Excellent sign,4m bonus. EOE 855-599.4608 B- t 5 -2p PERMANENT PART-TIME position in printing company's binffery dopa d- merit, Successful applicant musl be at least 18 and willing to work with machines like folders and paper cut- ters, should enjoy crafting an~ har~l w~d~, Possibility lor work =n other at- eas of the company. Apply al 5upe. dor Publishing Company= 148 East Third Street, $uperiot, Neb. 8.15.tfp LOOKING FOR a co~'~etolngist-nail tach to join o~r loam Needs to be organized, outgoing and lrUslwodhy. Booth rental only and must have own clienlele. Send you resume to the Cutting Edge. 334 N. Central, Supe- rior, NE 68978. 8-14=5c SELF-MOTIVATED heavy truck te~h- nk;ian wanted, Expedenc~e preferred but will teach you the 1rode. Mvst have own har~l tools. We offer a dean work environment. Compre- hensive wage and benefit package Offering a sign on bonus. Call Cede- fled Truck and Trailer Repair. tnc. Geneva, Nebr. 402-759-3156 8.'14.1fc SUPERIOR CAREGIVERS needed. LOoking ]or e~ra income? Assist ~. n,or w~lh meals, laundry, errands, elc ,.,~turday and Sunday 6-12 hm., every @her weekend, $9.00 pet hour plus bo~us. You chOO~,e schedule, Call Catetoch at 1-800-991-7006 8-15-2p FULL OR pad-tkne cook or wait per- son. Pickup application at Elks Lodge. 230 N. Central Ave. Supenor, NeD. 8-7-1fc DRIVERS, ARE you slok ot liwng your li~e on someone eise s sched. ute? Qual fly drive away cordracl driv- ers make l~eit own schedules and take conlrot of their own s~thedules (and their own income!) See how QuarHy can work for yOU by ceiling 1. 866-764-1601 or applying at [; i now 8 cr R~.'~denUM. Agrkultural, k Ct~ttklrtL, ria] TitlL' hlgurallce 1-itL~ & teen ~arch~-Ab~traeh, Irrva/ ]lt[v ~la,, IhF,, Nuko]ls County dt~cumutlt~, ~1 ]and. j~alcnt~ from n'nd.l,~tKh, from U.~; Ih.~c~,t,.'ad~ to ~h pTO,%L~|'II DEAL Title LLC 354 N. C0:nme:cia~, Super~0r. Ne0 Phone 402-879-4341 4.)deaitille @ yahoo,comj 1 CPI has IMMEDIATE OPENINGS a~; lhe following I0cations: RED CLOUD AGRONOMY A'n'ENDANT DEWEESE-OAK GRAIN AND AGRONOMY A'n'ENDANT The ~i~f al~ ~u~l Im~a go~ drMng record, Ihe abilily to lift 50 I~. and ~a ix~tive al~lude- We offer in~lPatl~. PTO ~ Co-op I:letite- It1,~111. Contact Melody at 402-463-5148 or ap#y at any CPI location. You may also access an applicatio~ online at cpk~0op.0om EOF.JM~ Thu~d~,, Apd116, 20'~S Thursday, Aprt[ 16, ~01.~ THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B DUE TO s~aff advancement within GET READY for summer, Wi)l do 12-Livestock ploma-GEDancl PC-Intem~:n~Kf~ our agermy MNI,S has one pe rt-lime wash, buff and wax for yo~r ear. truck 14}~;8-589-9683. 15 Obit ~~~]~ position availal~a. The schedule is o~boat.AiIair=conditio~ing~0alr, tune LINEBRED HEREFORD b~s, ~orn- IM~IEDIATE OPENINGS for CDL ]L,l.aries prima@y 8 a,m.- 4 p.m.. with sorrm ups andoil changes, Troy's Aut0mo- irKJ1WOyearelds, fedilityle~lea, quiet dffvem: Driving sc.,hOOI cedificate or , .. Heather Eaton and .h)el fi~-in hours in ~e evening and week- ends when needed. Starling wage ranges from $10.75 to $1t~65 per hour depending on education and experience. Applications are avail- a~le at 207 N. Central, Superior, Nob., or call {402) 879-3235 al extension 20~ (Pare Hamilton)_ ANEEO 8-134c Ei~PLOYERS:WHEN you placo an o.m#oyee recruitment ad In Ibis news- paperyou qualify fore free Ix~ing on anempleyrr~nljob~ 0f which fats newsp@:~r has an own- ership interest, 8-15-I~*p TRUCK DRIVER needed in Supedor to Sutton area to had ready mix c~rcrete. Appl,~;ant must have a cur- rerd CDL lk~nse. Call 1-800422- 0465. 8-33-ffc TRUCK DRIVERS-Competitive wages, shorl or long haul, paid veca~ liens, sick leave, health Insuranc~, 401K, quartedy bonuses. Will train if qLmldied. George Bros, Inc. Sulton, NeE, 68979, 1-800-228-4008. 8-~0-ffC TWO TEMP positions: Ag. Equ~. Opt., 05-13-15 to 12-31-2015 We 0fief $13.59 pe~ hour at time wo,k is performed Hou=ng provided, 48 hrs p/wk 3/4 guarantee, transportation and subsis"lence expensesto werksite pa=d after 50 pement completion of conltact. Tools, equi~nent provided atr, ocos~. Duties: operate farm equip- r~ent to plant, cultivate and han~est crops: lubricate and repair [arm ma- chinery~ ltansport grain to storage bins-elevators. Min. th me months ex- perience. Must be able to lift 60 It~.. and able to obtain a ddver's ICen~e within 30-00 days of hire. M.D. Hater Farms. Heron. SO_ Interest? Ap- ply at nearest South DeLete DLR, or call 605-626-2340, job order No. 1690411. 8-1~-1~. LAYNE SEEKING pump InStaJ~ers, laborers, Travel requirement and clean driving record, Layne offers benefits and wages $15 to $18 per hour. E-mail 1072 ~r308- 234.t914. 8 DRIVERS- NO experience? Scwne or Iots~lexpedence? Let's ta~! Nomah ter what stage in your careen it'stime, ptease call Centzal Refrigerated Home t.(888)670-0392 or www.Central TruckDnwnejJobs,eom, 8 EXPERIENCED CDL-A driver ~esid- ~n~ east ot US 281, South operations+ h,Oh percentage drop and hook. out and back d~spatch, paper ~s, 3,000 milts per weeY, Lanny @ DTS, 402- 699-3465, w ww 6 MID-AMERICA feedyard, Ohiowa. NE, hiring full4irm~ teed truck driver and yard crew! Competitive hourly wage witllbenefits. Drag, background tests required. 402-295-2216. AI~IY: www.midamerw, a-feadyar~.cem= 8 BUTLER TRANSPORT ycur partner in exoe~rence_ CDL Class A dt~ers needed. Sign on bonus_ All miles paid. 1-800-528-7825 or visit online www.butlertranspert_com. 6 10-Serv ices HUL~ERT'S TREE service and Lawn Care, Mankato. Ken. We have a ~ew openings for mowing this year. Spaces are limiled and will fill up fast. Offering total cleanup: mowing, t~imming, fer- tilizing, edging, sidewalks and drive- ways, also Irimming of bushes and trees. Call anytime. 785-378-3072, Max and Julie Hulhed. !~0-I 1-6c live, phone 402.879.3512, 10-144f HOME SIDING can transform your home in a matter of days[ Call All Things Exteriorin ~ now to gel a quote, 1-800-519-5706, All- ThJngsExtedor~corn 10=12-tfc Carports, garages & more FREE install on yOur level land. Stop by to see our dome units at t438 E. 3rd Street, Superior NE 14 Detail, In. 402-879-5500 WINDSHIELD WORK~ R@~air rock chip damage or complete mplece- rnent, A4 Inc., 133 E.Third, Superior, NeD. 402-879-3559. 10-3-rowe ROOFING CAN ~vo you money on your home insurance! Carl All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quce. 1-8430-619-5706. AII], 10-t24f GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, cab~- nets, tooting, mraed~ing~ br~k and block. Jason Gillilan, cell: 402-879- 5839 or 402-374-5952. 10-9-tf GUTTERING PROTECTS the toum m darien of your home. Call All Things Exterior in Belolt now to get a quote. 1-800-61J~5706 ~ Alff'hingsF~or.cem 10-12-ffc NEW W INDO~N-8 can k~er your util- ity b~lls! Call All Things Exterior in Belolt NOW to get a quole. 1-800- 6t[9-,.5706. AIIThingsExteri~:com, 10-124fi; A NEW fronl door will make your hoene pop! Carl All Things Exterior in Betoit now to got a queer, t*1~:)-61~- 5706, IC-12-1fc AFTER 37 years in o~e location, Headdck Financial Services has moved to 246 W. 4th St., in Superior. Hease.~tep in with your lifo and he~ltlt insurance questions or c,~lt 402-870- 4851. 10-154fc Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of ~v- ors. Wassom's basket truck available ~er aerial work and repair. Call Power Management. Ste~e Hootwed Or Bob Wassom. 402.469.4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-11C COMPLETE AUTO be~ pain~ and re,~ir, Rock chip repair, glass re- placement. Supedor Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -~c COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, air conditioning work. computer diag- nostics_ Tiel~en Automotive. 340 N. Kansas, Superior. 402-879-4111. tO-33-tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- e~ of furnaces and air conditioners, Scotl TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. t 0-1 ~-ffc FARM, RESIDENTIAL. commercial winng Mealier E~ctric. Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc BANKRUPTCY: FREE ;,nitial consul- tat~o~ Fast r~ie! f,om creditors Low rates. Storewide filing. No office ap- poinl~nt necessan~, Call Sleflens Law Office, 308-872-8327, We are a debt relief agency, which helps people rite bankruptcy under the ban k- ruptcv code, t 0 A-I-IN: COMPUTER work. Work hem anywhere 24-7. Up to ,$1,500 part- time to $7.500 per month hJ]l-time. Train,no pTovided_ Go online to www.We@Services&com. 15 and Cosmetic Core Emergency Dental Core Phoe= 402.879.3133 C011 todo~ for cn appointmentI We would love to see you b.b.$ 136 E 4th 5tre~.~ Superior I~b. Seeking Applications The Good Samaritan Society -Superior is seeking applications for: Part Time Day-Evening Dietary Aide ()od ,t ~',,,, h,'ve q, ~.'~I,,,,.~ plea.~a ctmlac,- ,_~='%''' ''" " C.~t lr~;].ri r;.lt,t Contacl l'am Buresh C.2s ()CIC["&' " 402-8~4791 . ____ 171{) [dal~o St. StH'KRI()W ~tl[:~rjor, IN]E (~8978 i~'JlrrrrJ' (]pt, E'naph,.lCa,r, A..I; A:r-J-Ycn,xaafi,-~ fi.rd.-tvpt,vd,' I )rrf,v l~l~'~fJ'|J'k' l AUCTION ..... .t Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. The City Building, s High, Mankalo, Kan, Furniture, Collectibles, See next week's Antique Glassware and Miscellaneous paper for full ad Richard Diamond, Seller Gerald Zimrner Auction & Real Estate For more iaformafle~ or to schedule mr aplmjtltJlmnE ~iezu tJr#se kom& c~tl DeborMr I&Imw 7~.'i-37&-3.1~ Beloit, Ken,, 67420 785-738-2010 www2auction-palace,com '1I{'1~ I$1c I dispesifioos, top genelics, Nalurai thickness, easy fleshing, and good maternal l.r'~'~r Schroor l-Mrefo~ds, Nelson, NE. 402-756-7834 or 402- 879-8056, 12-15-th; FOR SALE: Poled Rereford bulls. Cort~ ng two years old, Fertility tested wilh complete performance records, S~illwater One. Joe Brockman, Lawrence. NE. 402-756-7127 12-11-tfc S & S RY-PRODUCT ~or prompt re- mevat of dead cnttle and homes. 1~ 800-019-8360. 12-3,5-tfc I BUY H()RSES. Gmdon Murray, Mankato Phone 785=534-O262 CoIL 12-34fc 14-Sale Calendar WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, Auction lot Wanly and Onalee Brachvogel and others in Webber, Ken., Ioeginning at 4 p.m. Selling househ01d items, lawn and 0arden items, campe~and boats. Mikkelsen Rear Estate and At,~:lion LLC in charge of sale. t4.14-3p SATUHDAY, JUNE 20. Real estate and personal properly auction for John and Wanda Adams in Superior. Nob,. beginning a110 aim. Selling nic~ethree J~.clroom~ one storf home~ house- hold items, tools and o[letibles, MiLLe;sen Real Estate and Auction LLC in charge of sale. 14=4.12p ART AUCTION, Sat. April 2.6. 1:30 p.m. 17 Raymers, Sandzens', other area artists' works 224 S. Morn, Lindsborg. Call lor in~,rmation (785) 227-22 t 7 14 GUN SHOW, April 24, 25 and 26th. Westfairlfairgtoands, Council ~uffs, IA, Exit #8 off 1-80. Fri. 4-9 p.m,. Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.. Sun. 9 a.m.-3 p.m, For fudher information" 563-608-4401. www.marvkrauspromotions.neL 14 KEARNEY GUN-C~in Show, Apdl 181h and 19th, Sat. 9 a,m,-5 p,m,. Sun, 9 a,m-4 p,m. Expo Center, lair- grounds, Keamey, NE. 14 GUN SHOW April 18-19 Sat. 95 and Sun. 9"3Wicldla, Kansas Coliseum (1-135 and E 85th St) Buy-sell-trade- intol- (563) 9"27-8176. 14 VINTAGE VILLAGE Antique Mall, 2425OSffe(d, UnCOIn. 402-742.OO~, StorewMe Sate! April 1-15, 10.7 daily 56 dealers. New selections arrive daily! Antiques, collectil~es, jewelry= 14 15-Opportunities M EDICAL BI LU NG trainees needed! Become a me~,al office as~is~nt! No exper~nce needed! Online train- ing can get you job ready! HS Di- SiX n~:~rths experience. Regioeai or OTR (17 reload Iocat~ons) Re~ib~e scheduM. Da~ly settlements, call 1- 866-764-1601 or apply online at .ClUa_llty_ddvegway_ _ern_ __ 15 MILLWRIGHTS NEEDED: Currenlly IooP.~g for Millwrights with at least one year experfance. Lots of work available. Must have own lend tools and transportalion, Call 40~-445- 6171. "t5 16-Misc. for sale SISCO HUGE APPUANCE SALE Crosley Frigidaire Amarm LG New Items Coming EVERYTHING MUST GeL m ~l TF_LL/TE TV 138 E, 4th St, Superior Nab. 4t'T~- g 7 q -371"X-q L,SI S n El =- Sales / Install Service Co MILEAGE BOOKS for .sa~ from Su- perior Publishing Co Help keep track of travel expenses Ior the LR,8. 16=384fp RIES-TAU I~ANT EQU IPMENT ~-~iet; new and usecl restaurant equipment. See, taft 1-800- 526-7105. or stop by our ShOwroom 10 see whal's in stOCk for youi Sioux City~ IA. 16 SE NTINEUS BESTI Best qual~. Best prices, Best service and Support. Get an all-ate@ building you'll treasure ~or years! Calt Sentinel Buildings today! The number is: 1-600-3~7-0790, 16 21-Feed and Seed FOR SALE: Codified seed oats, For more rk~tails call Joel Mas~hm~nn, 402-200-0004 21-8-16 23-Recreational FOR SALE: 19965ea Ray boat. 18ff., ir~oand-oulboard, bow rider, 135 HP, like new, Phone 402-879-~, 402- 879-1950. 23-16-3 24-Real Estate NICE HOME in Nelson. four.bed- rooms, 1 It2 baths, central heating and air. Will consider short-te:m lo~n with 113 down, ,$33,900. 402-879- 1480, 24-15-3 You a.m inviled m fv]low The Su- I~rior Express on Face~k~ Mary Ann Dtamo~d Mary Ann (Ro~,~miller) Diamond, 7|), died t~t Sunday in Omaha. T1~e daoghtcr el-Anhm F. Rossmiller and Edna R. (Rietzl Ro~miller. she was i~om Jan, 22, 1945, in Sut~dor. She was preqeded m death by her parents, A_rtbsr and Fxlna Rossmiller, and ~n ~n, Chad Nu.tez. She is ~urviv~l by one doughier. Tammy Morgan of l.,a Vista: ore .tin, Brian Diamond uf Blair: two grand- daughtcr~, Aud,m.v Kndlacek ~dMadi- ~on Adams; 0ne hrother. Roland R~smiller; two sisters, Mrs. Steve Th- omps~ (Nancy.} and Jolene Briscoe; other rlati'~s and many h'iends. Services were held Saturday a~ the St, John Lutheran Cemetery. Chester+ conducted by Pastor Christopher Ger~, I=teml.enl was in the St John1 Lulheran Cemel~ry, Cl~sRr. Bachelor. Stzrher Foneral Home. Chester, was in charge of the an'angemems. Jew~ll Co. stttde~fa ree lv ]zolll Rnlling Hills Electric has awarded the 2015 Youlh Tour =,wJ Cooperative Youth Leaders,hi p Camp awards to L,~x i Jeffery "and Harley SchtLstCr_ They ~ored the highest c unmlativ point:; of the t-our applicants wht~ com- pleted the competition requirem;Its_ Interviews wel~ held March 8. Jeffery ~c~r~l the most point~ overall with S.h USlef .~ond. The title of the e~say was "l r ~ a ma11crofseven coopcrat i w: principles_" In tier essay ]elTery di.,~'ussed *vol- untary arK] open membership: ~te~llo- cratic: -nat-f,r.profil, *autonomy and independence: '~.lucation and train- i ng: "c~q~cration an~ong ctxqx'raffvcs; ceopeJ'ative'_~ c~mcem for the contour nity. | n her essay Schtmstc r co vcred: *vol. untary; *ctmlrollcd hy thcir memlx:r~;; .ml~bers L'COl~,mically parliipat iii the c{ a ~pc rat ivc.~; oa itl()ilt)n))' ;In~J illl~ - ix'l~del~ci:: %"Jr wa~ to, and train,r|g; ,'%-= ~, t~pt.'rallOrl 3~10~ ;~)~rativcs: "con- crm for the c(~/ill~Uilily. ]~:x~. Burr Oak. is the d~t.Lzhter oi Brad ~nd (-%tl~cn JelT~ry, She had her chok'e ~)J trips and ch(~sc I]w Coopera- I|vc,~. Youth Leadership Ca~p al Stea,nl'x~at Spd n~,Cot~. She will~,m 42 other high ~heot students front Kansas and Oklabama ~ this trip. Haflcy.nlral Superior, is lh~daugh, ter ~f Mall anii Melis.,/a $chuxter, She accepled the [-I~:tric Cooperalivcs -uth Tour trip to Wa~ihin~lon, D.C, She will juin 35 high sel~~l youth from Kan.~as and four from Hawaii, Broe~ketn,m. Reck HillsHigh Schoo~ ~iors, aix recipients uf the Kimms Statc High ~hoo] A~lctic Asr, oia- titm Citizcnlhip Awa~l. Them is three aspecls mkcn into ten,ideation for the se[ectior~ of tl~i~ award, respect, responsibility ud mv- lrett&'~'. Rcsf~ct:-Shows teslxx't at aJlt imcs rer the Flag, ore" National' Amhem am] the Constitution. -Shews respect for the s~udcaD; and the citizens of the s~hoo] am[ commtmily,,Rcspects both puhli and private Iwepeny. -Sht,ws respect for the ,~Inde~t and adult ]ead- er~ in [be ~ koof and et}mntunity.-Dem- onstrate-s a tolerance and respecl f~ lira beliefs and rights of olhcTs, RcslyJnsibility: -I)ntonslratcs the willing,ross lo as.~u[i]e citizenship re- speasibilities in .'~'houl and the com- munity. *Worlls It> huild ~'M.d pride through ae|~v i~rlicipaion m pn)ju,t'ts that publicize, hont~r or heaulify 11~: ~hc, ol. "Di-~play g~xx.I sporL,~ma,~hip whether as a pa~rlicipant or speclatm, *Is friendly toward new studenl,~ azvJ enL'ouragCs them to become involved in school activili~, ~trvetrRce: -Shows rcn~nc~e. COal- ccm a-qd ~SlX~t for the well being of ~thers, Shadduck rece/ves Dale Dennis Awald Tyler Shaddm'k, a ~nior ut Rock Hills Higlt Schty#, h~s rcceived the DM Dennis ExcelLcm.'c in F.Zlucalion award s~.)~m.~ hy United E~h(~l Admin~slrator~ of Kansa.~. Sam Meyers, principal alR~:k Hitls n'~ade 1he ann(~uncenlt n[ Th m'sday. Re- cipicnt~ ~d" Ihis award are idenlifi,2d Ihrnut4html the Stale and individuals who have dis#aycd the citizenship. community and _~'h~l ~er~ ice. schol- a~hip aad common :M.~i].~e charudcris- tic~ that make them a quality iadi~ vidual. The Dale M- De,~ni~ ].-xccllcqc*: in [kh,alion Awards was cslahli~hed ill 1996 hy Kansas schwal ad mim_,,trazor~; tO IIt~.l~;)r the scrvice I)enln_,, provided to Kansas educatitut. T'~ indtvitlnal attrihl,l~, thnt characlerh, e I)al M. [)cnni~ Js a fnc,td of education, and I|tl~rc iml-~rlanlly ax a firsl class cilL- /.I~I'L 4111"Id the h~sis for determining t|iC r