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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 4, 1972 i. i, i is The Superior Express Phone 879-3291 Classified Rates (Payable in Advance) ONE WEEK, per word ............. 6c Minimum charge ................. 90c TWO WEEKS, per word ............. 11c Minimum charge ............... $1.65 THREE WEEKS, per word ....... 16c Minimum charge ................ $2.40 For Additional Weeks Add 5 cents Per Word CARD OF THANKS, 20 words or less $1.00 Additional words, per word ........... 5c CLASSIFIED DISPLAY, per inch... $1.25 Subsequent issues (minimum four), per inch .......................... $1.00 CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE--8:30 a.m. Wednesday BLI N D ADV E RTIS EME NTS--Advertisements running blind under the name of The Express must be answered by letter. Answers must be called for within 10 days after the last insertion. There is an additional charge of 75 cents over the cost of the ad for this form. CLASSIFIED INDEX Run your advertisement under, any of the following headings: I--Permnals 1e--Pets 2--Garage Sale 3.--LOQt or Stolen 4--Strayed S--Found k--For Rent 7--Wanted IF-Help Wanted tk--Nle Help Wanted 9a---Female Help 10--Work Wanted 12---Livestock 13---Tracle 14--Mach inory 14e--Sele Calendar IP-Opgor tunitles 154--$preyine 16---M1=c. For Sale 1?--Radio and TV I/I---Memorials lib--Household Goods 1Is--Antiques 20--Poultry 21Feed and Seed , , 2,Is--Irrigation 23--Used Cars 23aBody Repair 23b--Auto Service 23cRadlator Repair 23d--Car Wash 23e--Tire Repair 24--Real Estate 24a--Mobile Homes 24b--Rent, buildings 25---Land For Rent 26--Notice 27Fertilizer 27a--Cheimicals 28--Farm Loans 29--Electrician 29a--Welding 30--Beautician 30aMuslcal Ins. 31--Insurance 31aAucttoneer 32--Refrigeration 33--Professional 33a--Lodges 34--PIumbing 34aRoofing 36---Card of Thanks 37--1n Memoriam 40--Contractors i|11 i I---Persona Is THIS MOTHER'S DAY give a box ot personalized soctal itatiomlcy available at The sqor Expr. HT-3p REDUCE EXCESS fluids with Fluidex, $1.m. Lose weight rarely with Dex-A-Diet, c, at Pharmacy. 1-19-3p Is--Pets GERMAN SHEPHERD pup- pies. Priced reasonable, Ed W'u ". Deweese, Phone 262- 2702. 1a-19-2p #---For Rent WE RENT garden tillers. WeMm' Auto. Phone 879- 3156. $-13-tfc 7--Wanted SPRAYING in the Superior and Davenport m. Phone 8/9-4,104. Conger Sixay, 436 Converse, 7,1- tfe WANTED TO put alfslfa hay up on shares. Contact Glenn Klrdoff, Byron, Neb. Phone e.4m. 7q.=p WELL DRILLING. LeRoy Marulm, Red Cloud, Neb. Phone 74,q. 7-40-tfc RADIATOR REPAIR. Bill Morrill Ford. 7-2-tfc TRENCHING, back hoe dig- ging, etc. Also tree trimming and removal. Shorey Trenching Service, 90S East Second St., Superior. Phone 879-4018. 7-26-tfc. Wanted Aerial Spraying Weeds, Insects and Grasses Superior and Davenport Areas Conger Aerial Spray J. R. Conger, Owner and Pilot Phone 879.4304 , 486 Converse STOP THAT LEAK IF YOUR ROOF LEAKS . . . DON'T CUSS . . . CALL US! All Work Guaranteed In Roofing Business 13 Years FREE ESTIMATES Pete Bureman Roofing Phor, .X 7'-2878 1401 I Street--Bellevilh, Fan. 11.te Cesspool and Septic Tank Construction Ceupool and Septic Taak Cleaning Derowitsch & Son Belle]le, Phone JA.7.2860 (Call Collect) 8--Help Wanted Say it Where They See It ... In The Express Classified Ads WOMAN TO help cook nights. Experience not necessary. Hill Top Cafe. 9a-19-2p OFFSET PRESSMAN needed HIGH SCHOOL grapate in- IF THAT old buggy of yours is terested in summer baby looking a bit tired Dr. Pride sitting, full-time. Call 879-3085 says perk it up at the Pride Auto after 6 p.m.. 10-19-1p Wash. 16-19-3p STUMP REMOVAL and all MONOGRAM stationery from other tree service needs. The SuperiorExpressmakesa Contact Brewer Tree Service, tlebron, Neb. Phone 768-6160. 10--tfc 12--Livestock FOR SALE. Simmental, Main Anion and Charolais bulls. Performance records available. Beef Genetics Research, Mankato, Kan. 913-378-3316. 12-17-4c FOR SALE. Dairy and Crossbred calves. All ages and sizes available at all times. Also springers. Roger Robison, Phillipsburg, Kan. Phone 913- 543-5781. 12-16-4c FOUR CHOICE Purebred Duroc boars from SPF herd. Good breeders. Lynn E. Thayer, phone 225-4231 or Mike Thayer, Nora, phone 22,5-4234. 4234. 12-18-2p 14--Machinery JOHN DEERE swayer with fiberglass tank. Dorman Clark, Hardy, Neb. Phone 278-3353. 14-19-2p FOUR-ROW Dempster lister, slide moldboards, ready to go, and John Deere automatic markers. Walter Schlamann, Nora. Phone Nelson 225-4238. perfect graduation gift for everyone on your list. 16-19-3p MEMORIAL WREATHS and sways are available at Jen- nie's Hobby Haven, Superior. 16-19-tfc TRIED IT yet? Seal Gloss acrylic finish for vinyl and other floors. It's terrific. Slusher Furniture. 19-16-1c TRUCK SEATS rebuilt and recovered. Bill Morris Ford. 16-22-tfc MOTHER'S DAY Gift Idea: give a box of personalized social stationery from The Superior Express. 16-17-3p SCRATCH PADS for sale at The Superior Express. 16-17-8p SINGER SALES and Service is back. Foster's Sewing Center, the area's only approved Singer sales and service dealer, is now ready to serve you. One day service on all repairs. Come and see us while the Singer spring sale is on. Located next to Clark Hotel. 221 N. Hastings. Hastings, Neb. Phone 462-4171. 19-16-1c FREE LOAN of carpet shampooer with Blue Lustre purchase or rent electric shampooer. $1 a day rental. 14-19-1p Slusher Furniture Store, Superior, Nab. 19-16-1p 1S---Opportunities LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT. New shipment of dehorning and loading shutes, $195.00 plus tax. New Pamline cattle oilers, Facefly treaters and cattle oil. Kott, neyer Stock Yards. 16-18-2c Distributor's Needed Shaklee Products "Tomorrow's Products for The Concerned Of Today" 1. Your own business. 2. Unexcelled Products 3. Unlimited Earnings 4. A-Z Rated Company 5. Security and Retirement Full or Part Time Write Box S Superior Express Box 408 Superior, Neb. II3c 16--Misc. For Sale ROTO-TILLERS for sale or rent. Pedersen Lumber Company, Hardy. 16-11-ffc FOR SALE. Evinrude motors, Glassmaster, Larson and Wescraft boats. Motor repair. Open evenings. Max Ray, Hebron, Neb. 16-15-8p SUPER KEMTONE wall paint and Kem Glo enamel. See all the new colors at the Denel Pharmacy. 16-35-t, fc WHY SHIP you grain out of town when we can do your custom grinding, mixing, rolling, pelleting and deliver your feed. Bring us your grain, we can do the rest. Farmers Union Cooperative Mill, Superior, Neb. 16-50-tfc KIRBYVacuumSweepersales and Service.SeeMarshallW. Vale, 307 Central, Superior, Neb. 1&16-t at once. Experience preferred TWO USED Zenith color but will train. Apply in person at televisions. One Coronado The Superior Express. 18-8-ffc stero-phonograph, $35.00. l,ynn's House of Music. 16-18-2c lO--Work Wanted TRY GOLDEN STAR carpet shampoo from Walt's Fur- niture Store. Use hand sham- BRING YOUR motors for pooer free or rent electric rewinding and repair to shampooer at $1.00 a day. Pohlmeier Electric Motor Cleans rugs, drapes, upholstery Repair at Winebar Plumbing & safely. 19-16-Ip Heating Superior. 10-24-tfc | i l llUIL.DINO llYlITmMll COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Commerc!ai Buildings Archztectural Steel Wall Panels and Trim Farm Buildings VALLEY CONSTRUCTION, Ine. EMt Second Street Superior, Nebraska 20-fie ii MORRIS PAINTS. "Try it, you'll like it." Your decorating center for house paint, exterior and interior; minwax stains; Mort-O-Thane, crystal clear, plastic finish; wall coverings; carpet; and artist's supplies. Wall never steamer for rent. Jennie's Hobby Haven. 16-18-tfc. KEYS MADE while you wait. Bill Morris Ford. 16-49-tfc 17Radio and TV NEED A portable spin-dry washer? See the all new Hoover. Free home demon- strations every Friday. Coast to Coast Store, Superior. 8-tfc 18--Household Goods SINGER. Six payments of $6. This machine zig zags, but- tonholes, monograms, over- casts. Guaranteed. $36 cash or 6 payments of $6. Will take trade. To see locally call 879-8368 or dial toll free 800-62A-9327 18-19-1p KIRBY VACUUM. Three per week. Real nice for shag, indoor, outdoor, Will take trade. To see locally call 879-8368 or dial toll free 800-624-9327. 18-19-1p 21--Feed and Seed. FOR SALE: Alfalfa seed, 96 percent pure. Germination: 92 percent. William Marquart. Phone Byron 236-4737. 21-19-1p TAKE soilaway the Blue Lustre way from carpets and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer b Chard Drug Store. llIc De Ka I b Seed Pick up your seed at the building north of Clabaugh Appliance on Monday and Thursday' evenings, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons or by appointment, or at house west of the schoolhouse in Ruskin anytime. ARNOLD HANSEN Phone 226-2191 Ruskin, Neb. "If It's Really Good, It's DeKalb" DeKalb Seed Corn Sudax Sorghum Forage Alfalfa Wheat Heptachlor Your DeKalb Dealer DAVID DEMARAY Phone 587-3527 Burr Oak, Kansas STOP IN and let us help you with all your seed needs for the coming year. We now have a full supply of Earl May garden seed,, Frontier and Prairie Valley field seed. Farmers Union Co-op Mill, Superior. 21-13-ffc. 20---Poultry BABY CHICKS: Broilers, California whites and leghorns hatching every Monday. Also started chicks available. Lloyd's Quality Hatchery. Tenth and Kansas Street, Superior. Phone 879-3636 20-14- tfc COCKERALS: We have a good supply of California white cockerels every Monday at $5 per hundred. Also leghorn cockerels free with Chick Startena, Lloyd's Quality Hatchery. 10th and Kansas, Superior, Phone 879-3636. 20-16-2c 23Used Cars FOR SALE. 1970 Cheveile two- door hard top, Calvin Hayes. Phone 879-3138. 23-19-1c 23e---Tire Repair Fast and Expert Flat TIRE REPAIRING Truck - Tractor - Auto B & S Tire Market Superior, Nebraska 24--Real Estate FOR SALE. Four-year-old three-bedroom house with full basement and attached garage. TWO-STORY, three bedroom house, basement, fully car- peted, one and one-half baths, central air and all curtains. Robert Shaw, 947 Idaho. Phone 879-3496. 24-19-2p 20-ACRE FARM with small im- provements on northeast edge of Superior. Contact Robert Town, R. R. One, Topeka, Kans. Phone 913-862- 0530. 24-7-tfc 24a--Mobile Homes 1969 SANTA FE 12' camping trailer with stove, water, gas, electricity. Nice and clean. Claude Boyles, Phone 587- 3631. 24a-17-tfc ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Phone ;:::::::::::::::::::::::: OUR SINCERE thanks to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for cards, food, flowers, visits, memorials and for all the kindnesses shown during the illness and loss of our dear father and grandfather. A special thanks to the pastors for their prayers and comforting words, to the choir, organist, the Lutheran ladies, who served lunch, and to the doctors and hospital staff for their won- derful care during his stay in the hospital. Everyone's thoughtfulness was deeply appreciated. God bless you all. The family of Will Kottmeyer. 36-19-1c I WISH to thank all my friends and relatives for the many cards, letters and gifts I KILE KAMPERS. Nu-Way received while in the V. A. sales and service. Highway 14 Hospital at Grand Island. North, Superior, Phone 879-3659. Ruben Morris. 36-19-1p 24a-18-tfc. WE WISH to thank all neighbors 14' ALJO camping trailer has and friends who assisted in stove, refrigerator, water, anyway during my accident. wired 120 or 110 V. Duane Special thanks to the Davenport Bennett, Mankato. Phone Rescue Squad who took me to Esbon 725-3245. 24a-19-1p the hospital. Thanks for cards, letters, visits while in the 26--Notice hospital. It was greatly ap- preciated. Will Snyder 36-19-1p GRAHAM'S BARBER Shop A SINCERE thank you to our now located at 337 Corn- many friends and relatives mercial, one-half block east and who joined us on our 50th an- one-half south, between niversary. Your many kind Downings and Sidles. 26-16-tfc. wishes, cards, gifts, flowers and phone calls have made it a day to be remembered always. B u r r Oak Sincere thanks to our daughter and family and the other H ig h School relatives for your presence and help and to the ladles of the Rice Alumni Banquet Circle. Also a very sincere thank you to our brother-in-law, Saturday, May 27 w.H. Adams for coming. Mr. and Mrs. Stacey Barker.36-19-tc 7p.m. Please bring food and table service and join your friends at this cooperative dinner. 19-3c Special Represen tative Gordon Harper, 770 Louden, High Caliber Person Superior, Phoiie879-4387. 24-17- Intensive training program 24-17-tfc given. Starting income to $600 per month. This is a career position with management opportunities. No experience REAL ESTATE necessary. Outstanding group New remodeled and insurance and retirement redecorated two bedroom home benefits available. in North Superior. Has a real fine yard, attached garage. Three bedroom home at 724 Central Avenue, this home is quite close to downtown area. Have a large home, that could be used as apartments with a small two bedroom home on same lots. Small, but neat and clean, two bedroom home in East Superior. HAROLD A. BRAUN BROKER Security National Bank FOR SALE. 75x150 foot lot with old house and four garages. Large enough for two houses. 554 Central Avenue. If in- terested write to Mrs. N. A. Hintz, 645 S. Loomis Avenue, Fort Collins, Colo. 80521: 24-17-3c REPUBLIC CAFE FOR LEASE I WISH to thank all ny friends and relatives for the cards, letters, visits and other kind- nesses shown me while I was hospitalized at Lincoln. I ap- preciate it very much. Mrs. Rodber Shaw. 36-19-1c Relocation of " home not necessary. All interviews strictly confidential. To arrange personal interview call 432-2421 collect or write M. P. O'Neal, 1043 Stuart Bldg., Lincoln, Ne. 68506. 16-4c To Serve You FF Blauvelt Station Live Bait rm Saed--Sa It restone Tires Open 7 Days Each Week VERNON E. MOHLER Woman's Club Has Annual! May Luncheon The annual May Day lun- cheon of the Superior Woman's Club was held last Tuesday in the Lady Vestey Room, Hotel Leslie. Mrs. Kenneth Studier presided at the meeting. The pledge of allegiance and collect were repeated by the members and the thought for the day was given by Mrs. Russell McCord. New officers were installed with Mrs. Boyd Imler, being installing officer in charge. For the 1972-74 term, Mrs. Russell McCord will serve as president; Mrs. Fay Vestal, first vice- president; Mrs. Willard Gor- don, second vice-president; Mrs. David Watters, thrid vice- president; Mrs. Lester Sch- wass, secretary; and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, treasurer. Mrs. Arabelle Hanna presented Mrs. Studier with the past president's pin. Carla Marcotte, Jennifer 32--Refrigeration Gordon and Yvonne Turner, students of Mrs. Eugene SHARP'S REFRIGERATION, Kotinek, presented a program Air-Condition & Heating of dancing and acrobats. Mrs. Service. Business phone 279- Arvon Marcotte introduced the 2125, Hardy, Neb. Home phone girls. 879-4441, Superior, Neb. Mrs. L. C. Stone, Mrs. Ruben 32-13- tfc. Adler and Mrs. Robert Feaman were guests. The next meeting of the club 34Plumbing will be in September. NEW CEILING AND FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT IS PROVIDED RHOADS PLUMBING and Heating. Goulds pumps and Ritchie waterers. Darrell Rhoads, Hardy, Neb. Phone 279-3640. 34-37-tfc 3F--Card of Thanks LIVING QUARTE RS AVAI LABLE WE WOULD like to thank all our many friends and relatives for their acts of kindness at the loss of our loved one. For the many tributes of flowers, memorials, cards and the food sent to the home. A special thanks to the Baptist ladies for serving the dinner and the Abdal Club for the lunch. It was all greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Kramer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smalley, Mamie Bramwell and Sylvia Smalley. 36-19-1c 303 Hillcrest, Warrensburg, Mo Phone (813) 746-6781 Farmers State Bank of 'Superior Offers Experience and Complete Farm Management Service Farm and City Real Estate Sales FARM LOANS Contact Arlo Doehring 17-tfe Sand and Gravel Call Davenport 364-2821 collect for all your sand and gravel needs. We will deliver to your lob. Bergt Bros., Inc. Formerly Bondegard Sand and Gravel The world situation war in Vietnam has considerably since the on page 1B of this written asking for President Nixon. The editorial last week and attempt to block North Vietnam was However, had similar action bee 1964 when Senator Goldwater would have been over The Hastings recently carried a telling of the complishments of jorie Smith of Mrs. Smith's year, the ertainly losing one teachers it ever Regretfully more don't take the interest students that Mrs. United Association The United Association met the Westminister Miss Geraldine presiding at the devotions were given Ed Chard. The ladles Presbyterial April Kauffman, Mrs. and Mrs. Clare Roe. a brief report on the The program Women of Kenya Platte," from Emily Gibbes. The guest Wednesday meeting Silas Kessler of Mrs. Wendell Bohling  They are Presbyterial Kessler opened her program with My Knees." Her "What Is Our MissiO World Service?" spoke of the story service and the of world service "Cooperation In from the book by Dr. The hostess Chard, was Jack Hughes, Mrs. reeling and Mrs. Nortwick. Cars Collide At Inte The Su car, of Fifth and BloO Tuesday afternoor A 1964 MercurY, Melva J. Diehl, was on Bloom when collision with a driven by Janet which was Damage to the and fender estaimated at $250. the right front Garlick car was $150. IN MEMORIUM of Leora May (West) Bates passed away May 21, 1971 by her children children: m,l Barbara (Bates) and Gene S;YnndeaCurti Dick (Richard) and Mary i Shirley, and Jim Carolyn (Bates) and Bobby Gumm, Todd, ' iiii Darrel, Stephen Bates. The Rose Still Grows Beyond The Wall i! Near a shady wall a rose once grew, Budded and blossomed in God's free light, Watered and fed by morning dew, ii Shedding it's sweetness day and night. As it grew and blossomed fair and tall, Slowly rising to loftier height, It came to a crevice in the wall, Through which there shown a beam of light. :':: Onward it crept with added strength, With never a thought of fear or pride, It followed the light through the Crevice's le dlz And unfolded itself on the other side. The light, the dew, the broadened view Were found the same as they were before: And it lost itself in beauties new, Breathing its fragrance more and more. Shall claim of death cause us to grieve, Nay! Let us faith and hope receive. The rose still grows beyond the wall. Scattering fragrance far and wide, Just as it did in days of yore, Just as it did on the other side, Just as it will forevermore. A. L. Frink