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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. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24. Real Es- tate-acreage, tractor, horse trailer, machinery and livestock equipment, household items for Linda Reiners, 550 Road 3400 Superior, Neb. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC in charge of sale. 14-19-7p 15-Opportunities EARN $500 A day: Insurance agents needed. Leads, no cold calls. Com- missions paid daily. Lifetime renew- als, complete training. Health and den- tal insurance. Life license required. Call 1-888-713-6020. 15 MEDICAL BILLING trainees needed! Become a medical office assistant! No experience needed! Online train- ing can get you job ready! HS Di- ploma-GED and PC-internet needed! 1-888-589-9683. 15 MEDICAL BILLING trainees neededt Train at home to process medical billing and insurance claimsf No ex- perience needed! Online training at Bryan University! HS Diploma-GED and computer-internet needed. 1-877- 259-3880. 15 16-Misc. for Sale SlSCO HUGE APPLIANCE SALE Crosley Frigidaire Amana LG New Items Coming EVERYTHING MUST GO!! O(NNNNNNNP SATELLITE TV Cheaper than Cable 138 E. 4th St. Superior Neb. 402-879-3705 00L.SlS CO------ Sales / Install Service Co MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp 21-Feed and Seed FOR SALE: Certified seed oats. For more details call Joel Maschmann, 402-200-0004 21-8-16c 23-Recreational FOR SALE: 1998 Sea Ray boat, 18 ft., inboard-outboaRI; bew:_ride;4,35, HP, like new. Phone 402-879-3685, 402-879-1950. 23-19-tfc 30-Musical Instruments PIANO SALE... Final week of savings! Verticals starting at $688, grands from $49 per month! Sale ends Saturday, May 23. Mid-America Piano, Manhat- tan. piano4u.com, 1-800-950-3774.30 UPERIOR TOUR &amp; TRAVEL- 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb. 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superiortandt @ gmail.com Superior Sales, Service, Satisfaction!00tfc j/00Brodstone MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 520 East loth • E.O. Box 1B'/, Superior, N£ 689'/8 Environmental Services Aide (TEMPORARY) Environmental Services is currently seeking a temporary aide. That Will work in Laundry• For more information on the hours and the position call Jennifer Wyatt 402-879-4432 Ext 14], Send applications to: A'R'N: Jeremy Littrell, HR Director PO Box 187 Superior, NE 68978 402-87%328] www.brodstonehospital.org EEO 36 Thank you WE WANT to extend our thanks and appreciation to all our friends and relatives for all the cards, gifts and good wishes we received on our 60th anniversary. We cannot express in words this gratitude we have in our hearts to those who helped us cel- ebrate this special occasion. A spe- cial thanks to our children for all they did to make this a special day. A day we'll always remember. Our love to all, Jim and Carolyn Henning. 36-21-1 p THANK YOU to Nuckolls County resi- dents for the heartwarming retirement party last week. A special thank you to local faculty and staff who planned and hosted the day. It was a perfect ending to a very enjoyable career with Nebraska Extension and time in Nuckolls County. Phyllis Schoenholz 36-21-1c q 3bituaries Deidra Edwards An informal celebration honoring the life of Deidra (Blecha) Edwards will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 30 at the Kopsa Cemetery near Cuba. A lunch will follow in the American Legion Hall in Cuba. Deidra died Jan. 8 at Manhattan. Friends are asked to share memories, funny stories and celebrate the joy with Deidra's family and friends.For direc- tions or more information contact Delton or Dana Blecha. Cecil Pierce Cecil Lon Pierce, 87, was born Jan. 24, 1928, in Beatrice to Venus and Marie (Blum) Pierce. He died May 11 at the Belleville Health Care Center. He was raised on a farm near Reynolds, Neb., and attended country school until he went to Reynolds High School where he graduated in the 1945 - 1946 school year. Cecil served in the National Guard for seven years and obtained the rank of lance corporal. He married Peggy Nutsch on May 24, 1953, in Fairbury. Together they raised nine children. Cecil made most of his living shear- ing sheep which he did all over the Midwest. He farmed in the Reynolds, Hubbell and Narka areas in his early adult years. He built and owned Pierces' tavern in Byron, for seven years until he moved to Mankato where he built and owned the Hideaway Supper Club, the first private club in Jewell County. In 1979 Cecil and family moved to Jenkins Mo., and then in 1983 returned to Narka where he and Peggy operated a grocery store and restaurant for nearly 20 years. Cecil did various other jobs over the years, but was most proud of his sheep shearing skills. He w as preded-=ia-death, lay,hi .,.- parents; two brothers, V. John Pierce and Clifford W. Pierce; a daughter Charline Snyder; a granddaughter, Jes- sica Alcorn; daughter-in-law, Cathy Pierce; and special friend, Shelia Shoe- maker. Survivors include his wife, Peggy; sister, Carol McKenzie; sons, Jeff, Henry, Clifford and Matt; daughters, Susan Holmes, Mrs. Roger Reiter (Angelia "Gilly"), Mrs. Thomas Held _/00Brodstone MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 520 East loth * £0. x , Superior, NE 6B978 Clinic Admissions (Fulltime) Superior Family Medical Center is currently seeking applications for a fulltime Clinic Admissions Clerk. This will usually be an 8-5 position working M-F, and rotating on some Saturdays. For more information contact: Judy Baker @ 402-87%4432 Ext: 432. Send applications to: ATTN: Jererny LRtrell, HR Director PO Box 187 Superior, NE 68978 402-879-3281 www.brodst onehospit al.org EEO 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 C< 402-879-1168 (Cell) eill W 12-tfc ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS The Jewell County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for Full time Deputy Applications may be obtained at the Sheriff's Office which is located in the: EOE Jewell County Courthouse 307 N. Commercial, Mankato, KS Visit us on our facebook page for more information. 15"ffc (Andrea) and Mrs. Michal Svoboda (Beth); 28 grandchildren; and 42 great- grandchildren. His funeral was held Saturday at Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville. Burial was in National Cem- etery, rural Narka. Barbara Lytton Barbara JoyceLytton, 74, died April 15 at the home of her son, Caleb Lytton- Jean, and her danghter, Abigail Lytton- Jean, in Somerville, Mass. Barbara was born Jan. 26, 1941, in Beloit. She lived on a farm near Burr Oak and attended the Burr Oak schools until the tenth grade. Barbara moved with her family to Beloit and com- pleted her secondary education at Beloit High School. During her senior year she was elected football homecoming queen. Barbara attended Fort Hays State College for two years then transferred to Kansas State University in Manhat- tan and earned a bachelor's degree in psychology. Following graduation, she moved with her husband, Clinton Sewell, to Washington, D.C., and earned a doctor of philosophy degree in psychology from George Washing- ton University. Barbara continued to pursue knowledge for the remainder of her life, with intense interest in phys- ics, cosmology and history. Barbara practiced professionally as a clinical neuro-psychologist and as a professor, adviser and mentor in psy- chology at numerous colleges in the United States and Canada. Her most recent professional positions were as program director at Child Center of Our Lady (a boys' residential facility) in St. Louis and as a psychological therapist at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution in Chillicothe, Mo. Barbara's mission in life was to help people. During the last months of her illness, she worked as a volunteer thera- pist at a refugee center in Cambridge, Mass. Barbara liked to travel and was able to combine that passion with pre- sentations at conferences in the United States as well as in Rome and Switzer- land. Barbara liked people, animals, art and music. The months of her illness were enriched by music provided by her friends, Greg Kiyma and Dan Gottlieb. Shortlybeforeherdeath, she attended the Metropolitan Opera in New York City for the performance of Lucia di Lammamoor. Barbara liked animals of all kinds and felt empathy for their suffering. She was a vegetarian for much of her life and operated a natural foods store in Lancaster, N.H., with her partner, Hilary Jean. She lived in the company of horses, angora and dairy goats, an- gora rabbits, cats, dogs and, most re- cently, Silkie chickens. At one point she had a home business making goat cheese that she sold to local natural food co-ops. She also spun, hand dyed and knit the wool she produced from her angora critters. During one of her many moves across the United States, passing motorists photographed her blue 1968 Chevrolet pickup with stock racks and horse trailer, a menagerie on wheels. Her illness caused her to give up her beloved cats and Cavalier spaniels, Cassie and Callie. Her stay in Somerville, Mass., was enriched by the beautiful Silkie chickens hatched and nourished by Barbara, Abigail and Caleb. She hated war and ignorance. Bar- bara actively participated in anti-war demonstrations in Washington, D.C., in the early 1970s and in St. Louis prior to the invasion of Iraq. Barbara is survived by her partner in marriage, Guy Oldfield, of Brentwood, Mo., and Burr Oak; her daughters, Krystal Sewell of Montpe- iier, Vt. and Abigail Lytton-Jean of Somerville, Mass.; her son, Caleb Lytton-Jean of Somerville, Mass.; her mother, Neva Lytton of B,.it; two sisters, Nancy Meiklejohn of'Iridepen- dence, Me., and Rebecca Crumbaker of Beloit; two brothers, Jim Litton of Beloit, and Melvin Lytton of Lawrence, Kan.; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Ralph Lytton of Burr Oak. A funeral is planned for the Memo - rial Day weekend in Beloit. Carolyn Beane Carolyn Sue Beane, 66, Olathe, Kan., died May 13, 2015, at the Olathe Medical Center surrounded by her fam- ily and loved ones. Carolyn was born on Aug. 18,1948, in Concordia, Kan., to Lyle and Lola Jean Cady of Mankato. Carolyn was preceded in death by her husband, the love of her life and best friend, Roger Curtis Beane, and by her father, Lyle Cady. Carolyn is survived by four chil- dren, Tabitha Deener, Rockdale, Texas, Eric Burkeen, Peculiar, Mo., Tara Quintero, Olathe, Kan., and Roger Christopher Beane, Springfield, Me.; 11 grandchildren; her mother Lola Jean Cady, Mankato; two brothers, Larry and Duane Cady, Jeweil, Kan.; and her sister,Patricia Hurd, Beatrice, Neb. THE BENJAMIN MUSSER ESTATE TRUST, INC. 316 DELAWARE STREET Jewell, Kansas 66949 Ninety-fourth Annual Report of the Traasuer: April 1,2014 to March 31,2015 To: The patrons of U.S.D. #279, Jewell County, Kansas, and Ihe meoers of the Board of Education, U,S.D.#279, Jewell, Kansas. Statement of Condition of Permanent Fund Real Estate Mortgages of Benjamin Mueser Estate Trust, Inc. $ Certificates of Deposit, Guaranty State Bank 69,900.00 Bala(..e on  Guaranty Sta Bank, March 31,2015 • i STATEMENT OF"[HE STUOENT LON FUND April 1,2014, Balance, Guaranty State Bank ...................................................................................................................... $78,934.71 RECEIPTS: Payments on Acve Student Loan Notes ............................................................................................................................ $37.101.25 Interest on Real Estate Mortgages ........................................................................................................................................................ Interest on Student Lean Notes ................................................................................................................................................. 964.00 Interest on Savings and Sank Accounts .................................................................................................................................. 1,457.81 750 00 Fedde Scholarship Fund, Admininistratlve Expenses ................................................................................................................. Matter Scholarship Fund, Administrative Expenses ................................................................................................................... 250.00 Roush Scholarship Fund, Administtaitve Expenses ................................................................................................................... 250.00 Certifiates of Deposits Malured ............................................................................................................................................................ Total Amount of Receipts and Balance on Hand ...................................................................................................... $119,707.77 DISBURSEMENTS: Student Loans made drain 0 the year ................................................................................................................................... $25,000.00 Audit Committee, Three members @ $50.00 each .................................................................................................................... 150.00 Secretary-Traesurers SalaP/ ................................................................................................................................................... 2,000.00 Trustee Meeting Expense _.... ..................................................................................................................................................... 500.00 Citizens State Agency, Surety Bond ........................................................................................................................................... 100.00 Jewell County Record, Advertising and Report Pubituatiou ....................................................................................................... 315.83 Postmaster Stamps ................................................................ 67.28 Secretary of State, Annual Report Fee ......................................................................................................................................... 40.00 C.P. K Fees, Annual Federal Reports ........................................................................................................................................ 675.00 Legal Fees and Expense ........................................................................................................................................................... 315.48 Utilities ......................................... 0.00 Office Supplies Expense. 139.35 Rank Box Rent ............................................................................................................................................................................... 7.00 P.O. Box Rent ................................................................................................................................................................................ O.00 Office Rent ............................................................................................................................................................................... 1,500.00 Certificates of Deposit, Purchased- .0.00 Total Amount Disbursed ............................................................................................................................................. $30,909.94 BALANCE ON HAND,Guaranty State Bank, March 31, 2015 ...... $88,797.83 SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND NET WORII BOOK VALUE MARKET VALUE Student Lean Fond ............ $88,707.83 .............................. $88,797.83 Certificates of Deposits ....... 50,000.00 ................................ 50,000.00 Student Loans ............... $227.420.11 ............................ $1.E $366,217.94 $338,744.33 Permanent Fund .............. $83,957.15 .............................. $83,g67.15 Matter Endowment .......... $50,222.50 .............................. $50,222.50 Matter Scholarship .......... $2,728.26 ................................ $3,728.26 Roush Endowment .......... $70,677.07 .............................. $70,677.07 R0ush Scholarship ........... $8,536.22 ................................. $8,536.22 Fedde Endowment ........ $410,000.00 ............................ $410,000.00 Fedde Scholarship ......... $64,690.67 .............................. $64,690.67 Total All Fund ............. $1 ,67,029.81 .......................... $1,09,550.20 ........................................................................... $27,473.61 AGGREGATE STUDENT LOANS MADE SINCE NOV. 26,1920 To April 1,2014 ................................................................................................................................................................ $1,592,018.00 Loans From April 1,2014 to March 31, 2015 ....................................................................................................................... Total amount of sludent loans made to date: .................................................................................................................. $1,617,018.00 CASH: Student Loans paid to April 1,2014 $1,222.563.08 Payments April 1, 2014 to March 31,2015 ........................................................................................................................... T0ta[ Received in Cash Payments ........................................................................................................................... $1,259,664,33 Outstanding Student Loans April 1,2014 ........................................................................................................................... $212,047.75 Student Loans, April 1,2014 to March 31,2015 .................................................................................................................. $ 237,047.75 Cash Paid on Active Loans, April 1,2014 to March 31, 2015 ............................................................................................... $37,101.25 Loans canceled, April 1,2013 to March 31,2014 .................................................................................................................................. Active Student Loan Notes, March 31,2014 ................... $372,430.11 Inactive Student Loan Notes, March 31,2014.- .................... -.-$27,473,61 ...................................... $199,946.50 Honor Roll Additions:(Studenta who completed repayment during the year on schedule) Cody Flinn Sierra Koster Amy Uenhorger Tam Mahln Bradley Retter Evan Beiter Todd Robtnen Jennifer Sholton CUFFORD MATIIER ENDOWMENT FUND Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, March 31,2015 ..................................................................................................... $4222.50 Certificates of Deposit, Edward Jones ................................................................................................................................. Total Net Assets .......................................................................................................................................................... $50,222.50 CUFFORD MATTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, April 1,2014 .......................................................................................................... $2,814,26 Interest Income .......................................................................................................................................................................... Total Receipts and Balance on Hand ............................................................................................................................ $3,228.26 Disbursements: Student Scholarships Matter Endowment Fund, Annual Addition ............................................................................................................................... $250.00 Musser Student Loan, Administrative Expenses ....................................................................................................................... Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank. March 31, 2015 ............................................................................................... $2,728.26 Balance on Hand, Atl Funds March 31, 2015 ................................................................................................................ $52,950.76 SADIE E. ROUSH ENDOWMENT FUND Bands. Edward Jones .......................................................................................................................................................... $70,000.00 Certtflcate of Deposit, Guaranty State Bank ............................................................................................................................. $677.07 Total Net Assets .............................................................................................................................................................. $70,677.07 SADIE F- ROUSH SCHOLARSHIP FUNO Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank April 1, 2014 .......................................................................................................... $6,864.31 Interest Income ....................................................................................................................................................................... Total Receipts and Balance on Hand .............................................................................................................................. $9,786.22 Disbursements: Student Scholarship ................................................................................................................................................................. $1,000.00 Mueaer Student Loan, Administrative Expenses ....................................................................................................................... S200 Balance on Hand, Guaranty State Bank, March 31, 2015 .................................................................................................. $8536`22 Balanace on Hand, All Funds March 31, 2015 ................................................... ;: ............................................................ $79,213.29 VERNON FEDDE FUNO Balance on Rand, All Funds, April 1,2014 .................................................................................................................... :...,..$482,723.06 Interest Income ....................................................................................................................................................................... $5,719.61 Total Receipts and Balance on Hand ............................................................................................................................ $488,442.67 Disbursements: Misc ......................................................................................................... $2.00 Musser Student Loan, Administrative Expense ......................................................................................................................... $750.00 Scholarship Grants, Students .............................................................................................................................................. $13,000.00 Ratance on Rand, NI Funds, March 31,2015 ................................................................................................................ $474,S90.57 Balance on Hand, March 31, 2015, Real Estate Morlgages ................................................................................................ $50,000.00 Cerlifiatas of Deposit ................................................................................................................................... $290,000.00 MMDA Account, Guaranty St. Bank ............................................................................................................... $105,009.77 MMDA Account, Guaranty St. Bank .................................................................................................................. $8,20.46 NOW Account, First National Bank, Baloit ....................................................................................................... Balance on Hand, March 31, 2015 .......................................................................................... M Accounts .................... Vernon Fedde Endowment Fund, Balance, March 31,2015 .............................................................................................. $410,000.00 Vernon Fedde Scholarship Fuud, Balance, March 31, 2015 ................................................................................................ tl Total Endowment and Scholarship Balance, March 31,2015 ............................................................................................ Max E. Burks - Secretary/Treesumt REPORT AUDITEO THE 16TH DAY OF APRIL, 2015 AND FOUND CORRECT: Jerry Bitdsell Calvin Bohnert Curtis Saint Carolyn graduated from Mankato High School in 1966 and received a degree in business administration from North Central Kansas School of Busi- ness in 1967. Carolyn worked at Zink Safety, Anchor Management, and Ed- ward Jones throughout her life. Carolyn was a devoted mother to her four chil- dren and immensely enjoyed her grand- children. She also enjoyed watching the sunrise at the lake, reading, garden- ing and traveling. Carolyn's funeral was held Satur- day, May 6, 2015, at McGilley and Frye Funeral Home in Olathe, followed by an escorted procession to the Spring Hill Cemetery, Spring Hill, Kan., for a graveside service. --Paid Obituary-- Harmony United Methodist Church Harmony United Methodist church service began on a beautiful Sunday morning with welcome and announce- ments by pastor Gerry Sharp. The morning's acolyte was Mary Rothhchild's granddaughter, Alyssa Davis. The children's lesson focused on words and how they can mean dif- ferent things when used in different ways. Each child was given a zipper bracelet. Tyler Shadduck was recog- nized for being a graduate from Rock Hills High School. The scripture reading came from Luke 24:44-53 and told of Jesus in- forming the disciples that the prophe- cies must be fulfilled. They were to i Thursday, May 21, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 9A ;: stay in the city and wait for the coming of His power within them (the Holy Spirit). The sermon's focus was on how God provides "more." It is with getting out of our familiarity and com- fort zone that we are able to make ourselves available for God to provide more. Change becomes spiritual growth. This weeks' calendar included yes- terday (Wednesday) Sarah Circle met at 9:30. Sunday there will be a dedica- tion of the organ in its repaired condi- tion, with featured organist Ron Krebs. A potluck dinner will follow. June 1 to 5 will be this year's community Vaca- tion Bible School to be held at the Lutheran church. A craft supply re- quest list is available for those wanting to donate supplies. Mankato Willie and Sharon Beckley went to Conway Springs Sunday to attend the graduation of their nephew; Andrew McGhee. They returned to Salina after graduation and did some shopping Monday. They were in Plainville Sat- urday for the graduation of a cousin Zach McLaughlin and attended his re- ception in Zurich. Friday night they were in Superior for Courtney Warren' s graduation. Kenny and JoAnn Rhea have been qmte busy with Ken providing musical entertainment for many in our area. .,. They were in Scandia last Tuesday at the Country Place, Red Cloud Frida ' at The Heritage Place, Saturday mg at Superior VFW and Friday they will . be returning there. Sunday night at 7  : p.m. they will be providing patriotic ; music, along with country, at the park in Superior and it's open to the public. **.' They also attended the graduation cel-" ebration for their great niece, Abby  Muirhead, at the home of her parents, . Monica and Ken Walker. Jerod Kinsey and Ahce Kinsey were" in Pratt Sunday to attend the gradua- tion of Anna Swank, daughter of Molly and Dave Swank. Pam, Baylie and Karrigan Dunstan were weekend guests of Brooke and. Berkley Callaway in Onaga. Guests of Mary Poweli Sunday afternoon were Nancy and Caitlin  Hilligas. Hastings, Emalee Hilligas an Mikel Roark. Jeannie Bleecker and Phyllis Liggett went by plane from the Wichita airport. into Los Angeles to visit their daugh- ters. The girls, Jenna Bleecker who lives in North Hollywood, and Reba, Liggett who lives in Pasadena, and, their mothers had a fun filled three- day visit. Well folks, I can' t report the news I don't have. I know it's been a busy' time for most but give me a call at 378- 3482 this week and I'll do my best t6 reoort it correctly. i Everyone Loves a Good History Book of Stories From Their Own Area Railroad Titles Rock Island Town (Fairbury, Nebraska: Western Division) ................... $18.95 By Michael M. Bartels Tax $1.23, Shipping $3.50 America's Shortest Interstate Railroad .................................................... $19.95 By Richard Schmeling. Tax $1.30, Shipping $3.50 The Nebraska-Kansas Railroad was owned and operated by the Ideal Cement company. The industrial railroad connected the plant at Superior with the quarry in Jewell county. It was the shortest inter-state railroad in the United States• This book recounts how the railroad helped build the United States. Burlington Route: The Wymore Story ....................................................... $19.95 The Wymore Story, by noted railroad historian Richard C. Kistler, Tax: $1.30, Shipping $3.50 is a classic account of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad operations in the southeastern Nebraska region. The High Plains Route By Richard C. Kistler A History of the McCook Division of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad ............................... $29195 Jewell County History History of Jewell County, Kansas .............................................................. $8.00 By M. Winsorand James A. Scarbrough Tax: $0•52, Shipping $3.50 A reprint of the county's early settlements and the Indian atrocities committed within its borders. Burr Oak, The Roots Run Deep ..,..i ......................................................... $20.00 The history of the Burr Oak community by Gloria D. Garman Tax $1.30; Shipping $4.50 The Bloody Saga of White Rock au/6or,'o;':'lie'm'an .............. Yax:'6:b'i:''i' S-lIng 33955 Reprinted and released by the daughter of What Price White Rock .............................................................................. $10.00 First published more than 60 years ago by the retired editor Tax: $0.65, Shipping $3.50 of the Burr Oak newspaper. White Rock Historical Sketches ................................................................. $3.00 An account of stories told by the early settlers of the Tax: $0.20, Shipping $2.5Q Wh te Rock Vale,y recorded by Ellen Morton Warren and first published by The Superior Express Aug. 31, 1933 _ __ . , .... . . :  it_ ,,e ,,, , "12 "" roaaer ....... .;.. ......................... : .............. ;:...;::...:..:.:.:. ..... .....:.... ..... ; ................... : .......................... • .w- By Jennie Small Owen Tax $0•78, $3.50 A reprint of the popular sketches, written by a hopeful Jewell County farm girl who had to wait until she was 31 years old to attend high school and college. While attending the state normal school at Emporia she began work for the famed William Allen White, publisher of the Emporia Gazette• Miss Owen specialized in human interest stories. She aimed to be neither humorous nor dramatic. Instead, she believed every person has a story and she said her job was to record that story. Republican Valley History Look up at the Hawks ..................................................... $10.00 Book, $3.00 CD By Ruth Morgan Smith and Vivian Douglas Smith. Tax: $0.65, Shipping $3.50 This book tells the story of a family living near Bostwick in the 1930s. Available with a CD of the songs used in the Smith's program presented throughout the United State. Bluff to Bluff ............................................................................................... $58.00 Stories told by survivors of the 1935 Republican River Flood Tax: $3.77, Shipping $4.50 Bluff to Bluff Too ........................................................................................ $58.00 More stories told by survivors of the 1935 Republican River Flood Tax: $3.77, Shipping $4•50 Hardship Trail ............................................................................................. $58.00 Stories gathered by the author of Bluff to Bluff Tax: $3.77, Shipping $4.50 Medicine Creek Journals ............................................................................ $24.95 By D. Jean Smith Tax: $1.62, Shipping $3.50 Wolf's Rest By D. Jean Smith ................................................................................................... $24.95 Tax: $1.62, Shipping $3.50 A continuation of the Medicine Creek Journals story, the author shares more of the tales that put Wolf's Rest Ranch on the Nebraska map in the 1800s and its legendary characters including Sheriff Paddy Miles, and sharpshooters Doc Carver and Ena Raymonde. This book complements Medicine Creek Journals and is a "must read" for those who enjoyed reading the story of Ena Raymonde. Other Topics of Local Interest History of the World By Donn Crilly ................................................................. $48.00 Written by a Superior High School graduate and current resident Tax: $3.12, Shipping $6.50 of Superior this book provides an overview of the history of the world from a scientific perspective through 1945. Superior Memories ....................................................................................... $4.00 Tax: $0.26, Shipping $2.50 A return visit to Superior following W.W.II prompted Sumner Miller, a 1895 graduate of Superior High SchQol, to. record many of his memories of what life was like in the early years of the community• Included is a story about the bicycle he purchased from Evelene Brodstone and many pictures of early Superior. The First 100 Years ............................................................. $135.00 for 3 Books A reference history of Superior, Nebraska by Stan Sheets Tax: $8.78, Shipping $10.50 A Superior Romance ................................................................................. . $14.95 A novel by Superior Native, Rob Williams : Tax: $0.97, Shipping $3.50 Blizzard of 1949 .......................................................................................... $13.95 By Roy V. Alleman Tax: $0.91, Shipping $3.50 The Judge, The Gavel & The Gun ............................................................. $13.95 By Roy V. Alleman and Carol L. Nowka Tax: $0.91, Shipping $3.50 Evelene, The Troubleshooter Was a Lady .................................................................................. $1 5.00 Follow the life of Evelene Brodstone Vestey from her childhood Tax $0.65, Shipping $3.50 in Superior to her work as a corporate troubleshooter and eventual marriage to Lord William Vestey. The Man Who Ate the 747 (Hard Cover) .................................................. $19.95 A love story set in Superior, Nebraskaby Ben Sherwood Tax: $0.42, Shipping $3.50 The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud (Hard Cover) $22.95 By Ben Sherwood, the best selling author of "The man Who Eat the 747•" Tax 1.49, Shipping $3.50 The Tinted Photograph ................................................................................ $9.95 A novel by H. M. Crilly, former publisher of The Superior Express Tax $0.65, Shipping $3.50 Portray's life in Superior after World War I 100 Years of Superior Living ....................................................................... $8.00 A history of Superior's first century prepared for the 1975 Centennial Tax: $0.52, Shipping $3.50 Silent Vision by Judy Walker ........................................................................................................ $29.99 Tax: $1.95; Shipping $4.50 We will be glad to mail copies to you or your friends For Nebraska customers all books subject to 6.5 percent sales tax. For Kansas customers all books subject to local sales tax at point of delivery. Save on shipping by ordering Several books at once. Books Available from The Superior Express 148 East Third Street • P.O. Box 408 • Superior, Nebraska 68978 402-879-3291 • 800-359-2120 • Fax 402-879-3463 • E-Mail: tse@supenorne.com • Credit Cards Accepted