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Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Manlato to place your ad. FARM FRESH eggs, 402-879-4874. 16-16-12p SEVERAL GOOD, clean, used re- frigerators arid several used big- screen HD TVs with warranty. Dick's TV, Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3123. 16-30-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp HOT TUBS by Nordic, in stock and ready for deliyery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture, Mankato, Kan., 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc RESTAU RANT EQU I PM ENT outlet: New and used restaurant equipment. See for more information; Sioux City, Iowa, 1-800- 526-7105. 16 18-Household Goods 'TWO REFRIGERATORS for sale: 14 year old almond with icemaker, dis- penser in door, $200, and old almond refrigerator with icemaker, $100. Call 402-879-4774. 18-26-2c 21-Feed and Seed WANT WH EAT seed to plant this fall. Can pay over grain price for good quality-variety. Can pick up in field. Call 580-548-6745. 21 22-Vehicles FOR SALE: 1979 hard top OIdmobile car, 2 door, runs good, needs trans- mission work and body is n good condition. Phone 785-875-3951 or 402-879-5694. 22-26- FOR SALE: 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport, 3.7L, 4 WD, red, 19 mpg., mileage 162,000, good condition, good tires, $5,500. Call 785-545-5800. 22-26-1 p LOOKING FOR the classic car, truck or motorcycle of your dreams? Go to It's your midwest connection to classic vehicles for sale. Need to sell a classicvehicle? Foronly$25, yourad with photos will run until sold! Call this newspaper (402-879-3291) today for more information or call 1-800-369- 2850. 22 24-Real Estate FOR ,SALE: Three-lots, 1,428sf (plus-. r0inus) three-bedroom two-bath El Kitchen, L-room, GFA, C-A, D-W, W- D, W-S 1 1-2 attached garage, Lewellen, Neb. Lake McConaughy 1.2 miles. 308-262-1207. 24 30-Musical Instruments SLIGHTLY USED pianos for sale. Program models. Traditional or dig/. tal. Top brands. Best prices. Nice selection! Statewide delivery avail- able. $150 off delivery with ad. G rand Staff Pianos. Omaha, Neb. Call Events Manager, 1-877-760-4172. 36-Thank You THANK YOU to all who sent cards and those who came to celebrate my 90th birthday. A beautiful day it was and so good to see everyone Kathleen Kramer. 36-26-1c OFFICE SUPPLIES ,-=j,,TEWm " i1 E. Main St,, Mankafo Kan 785-378-3191 Blue Valley Lutheran Homes Society, Inc. The Nursing Home: is seeking a part-time RN full-time Experienced Cooks full-part time Dietary Aides and a full-pad time evening shift MA - C.N.A. The Care Home: is seeking a full-part time day shift RN a &//-pad time evening LPN full-pad time evening shift MA - C.N.A. and a full-pad time Cooks - Dietary Aides Benefits are health, dental and life insurance, flex spending and pen- sion plan for full time. Wages based on experience. Attn: Ardith Maschmann 220 Park Avenue Hebron, NE 68370 402-768-3900 Fax 402-768-3901 An Equal Opportunity Employer Public Notices (Published June 30. 2011 in the Yewell County Record) Statement of Nondiscrimination Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. is the recipient of Federal financial assistance from the Rural Utilities Ser- vice, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is subject to the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights At of 1964, as amended. Sec- tion 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Age Discrimi- nation Act of 1975, as amended, and .the rules and regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture which pro- vide that no person in the United States on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability shall be excluded from participation m, admission or access to, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any of this organization's programs or activities. The person responsible for coordi- nating this organization' s nondiscrimi- nation compliance efforts is Douglas Jackson, manager. Any individual, or specific class of individuals, who fells that his organization has subjected them to discrimination may obtain further information about the statutes and regu- lations listed above from and/or file a written complaint with this organiza- tion or the Administrator. Rural Utili- ties Service, Stop 1510. 1400 Indepen- dence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC, 20250-1510; or the Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410; or call (202)720-5964 (voice or TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity pro- vider and employer. Complaints must be filed within 180 days after the al- leged discrimination. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent pos- sible. 26-1 c Obituaries Tessie Nay The funeral for Tessie F. Nay, age 83, Jewell, was held on June 29 at the McDonald Funeral Home. Beloit, fol- lowed by burial in Wallace Cemetery near Jewell. Tessie died June 25 at the Mitchell County Hospital. Melvin B[rrell Melvin Robert Birrell. 89. of Belleville, died Friday at Republic County Hospital. He was born Aug 9. 1921 to Andrew and Lila {French) Birrell in Republic. He grew up on the family farm, and was called to service in the army at the start of World War II. He went ashore on Omaha Beach in the first waves of the Normandy Inva- sion. His unit received a commenda- tion for their role in the battle. After the war he was honorably discharged, and returned to farm in Republic. He married Evelyn VerMaas on Aug 2, 1948, and in 1953 moved to Denver. where he began a career as a truck driver. By 1963, the family included three children, Christine, Craig, and Scott. when they moved to Warrenton. Me.. where they lived for many years. After Melvin's retirement he and his wife. Evelyn, traveled extensively. In 2003 they moved back to Belleville to be near the family farm that Melvin loved. Melvin is survived by his brother, Darrell, of Republic: his three chil- dren, Mrs. Olin Boone (Christine), Lin- coln, Neb.; Craig. Birre]l, Olympia, Wash.; and Scott Birrell of Belleville. He has five grandchildren: Brian Boone, Abigail Birrell, Megan Boone. Ewan Birrell and Amanda Boone: and four great-grandchildren: Lila, Ethan, Rowan and Malcolm He was preceded in death by his )arents, his sisters, Vivian and Velma. and his wife, Evelyn, in March of this year. A memorial will be held Saturday at the American Lutheran Church m Belleville with Pastor Art Bliese offi- ciating. Family inurement will be held later at Washington Cemetery rural Republic. Military Rites will be con- ducted by the Army Honor Guard of Fort Riley. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home of Belleville is in charge of arrangements. Curtis Jeffery Curtis W. Jeffery, 79, the son of Zula Ellen (Pierson) and Everett Cyrus Jeffery, was born March 23, 1932, at Northbranch. He died Friday at the Jewell County Longterrn Care Unit at Mankato. A lifelong resident of the Northbranch community, Curtis re- ceived his formal education attending a rural Jewell County school and gradu- ated from Burr Oak High School with the Class of 1950. Curtis possessed'a love for music, which was instilled in him by his mother at an early age. He and his brothers learned to sing parts, forming a quartet. They continued to sing at various functions into their later adulthood years. On July 27, 1952, he was united in marriage with Marilyn Brandon at the Northbranch Friends Church. They made their home on the farm south of Northbranch. This union was blessed with three children. In 1996, Curtis and Marilyn moved into Northbranch to live. A member of the Friends Church, he served the church as a trustee and sexton for the cemetery. He also drove a school bus. In his leisure time, Curtis enjoyed woodworking, remodeling, riding his four-wheeler and visiting. Preceding him in death were his parents, and a brother, Lyle, on June 5, 1983. Survivors includehis wife, Marilyn, of Northbranch; a daughter, Mrs. Clay Shulda (Connie) of Cuba, Kan.; sons, Cregg of Mankato and Todd of Northbranch; nine grandchildren, Brian Shulda of Mankato, Mrs. Jerad Sasser (Tiffiny) of Cuba, Mrs. Pete Gile (Haley) of Scandia, Mrs. Aaron Zadina (Nicole) of Greensburg, Neal and Bethany Jeffery of Mankato, Regan, Kelli and Brady Jeffery of Northbranch; five great-grandchildren, Brice and Kyla Sasser, Bridger Gile, Brecken Shulda and Thayer Zadina: two broth- ers, Ardean of Tribune, and Kermit of Northbranch; and a sister-in-law; Beth Jeffery of Superior. His funeral was held Monday at the Northbranch Friends Church with the Rev. Ken Smith officiating. Interment was in the Northbranch Cemetery. Williams Funeral Home of Red Cloud wa in charge of arrangements. Jewell County Fair approaches As the 2011 Jewell County Fair, with the theme, "It's show time," ap- proaches, exhibitors are urged to in- corporate this theme. The Jewell County Fair will run July 17-20. The "show time" theme will be used exten- sively as promotion and incorporated into 4-H club and FF charter banners, fashion revue scripts, commissioners' cookie jar and for advertising. Coloring contest entries are now available at sponsoring banks, librar- ies, grocery stores, and businesses that sell food with theses entries due at the extension office by Tuesday, July 12. Prizes will be awarded to three en- tries in all age divisions with all contest entries being displayed in the Deibert Building during the fair. The exhibit judging schedule is similar to past years, open class quilts being the first exhibits judged at 9 a.m. on Thursday, July 14 at Rock Hills High School commons. All ages of quilters are urged to exhibit plus quilt enthusiasts invited to watch as beauti- ful quilts are judged. Owners will take all quilts home then enter them on Jewell County Health Department is accepting applications for Part-Time Home Health Aide For more information contact: Angela Murray, MICT/RN Administrator at 785-378-4060 307 N Commercial Suite 2, Mankato, Kan. 66956 Applications accepted until position filled. An EOE Employer, Drug Testing and Kansas Drivers License required. 25-2c _ _ _ . _ _ Mortgage Loan FundingClerk Centra00 Nationa! Bank Money for Life Central National Bank is seeking a full-time Mortgage Loan Funding Clerk for its Mortgage Banking Division in Superior, Neb. Potential applicants should demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills, be detail- oriented, comfortable meeting deadlines, have good math skills and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. This person will assist in the assembly of new loan files, process funding loans, prepare loan funding packages, test for high cost mortgages, input general ledger entries and assist in various other loan related activities. Qualified candidates should express a willingness to learn all aspects of real estate lending. If you want to be part of a growing organization, stop by 411 North National St., Superior, Neb., to complete an application or submit resume and cover letter with app request to: Central National Bank, HR Dept. (MLFC45), P.O. Box 1029, Junction City, Kan. 66441. EOE M-F-D-V ThUrsday, June 30, 2011 Monday morning, July 1',  between 7:30 to 8:30 at the fairground . Also judged " onThursdayis4-Hfibe:'artsfcrochet, Jewell County Memories knitting, needle arts, p tch-work and g and fashion nd purchased ' 4-H queen Conference ,wed on Thurs- marion sched- 8 at 5:30 p.m. quilting) plus 4-H clothi revue of conslructed garments. The "new" 4-H ki and Kansas City Glob delegates will be intervi day, July 14 with cort uled for Monday, July just prior to the beef sh aw. There will be"movi es" sponsored ber of Corn- following the lent Show." ndrabbitjudg- Lout the day on g at 8 a.m. with 30 is the rabbit the sheep and will be the an- ryone to bring to stir memo- e's no cost and tem or two for o receive corn- value both in by the Mankato Char merce Monday evenin "Jewell County Got Ta Swine, sheep, goats ing will be held througt Tuesday, July 19 startin Swine show and then 9: show and at 1 p,m. are goat shows. Returning this year tique show inviting ev items for appraisal ant ries of older items. The anyone may bring an everyone to enjoy and ments about the item,, dollars and priceless n emories. Following will be t ae catered sup- lesday evening Busters" and including na- d. g county resl- ng exhibits on ick them up on . following the me and 7 p.m. le last event is sale at 8 p.m. duates ddiken Johnson versity of Kan- tming her juris ebration dinner Taddiken and Johnson home. s also attended , held Saturday, '.enter. A recep- as held at KU 3ding. vile of Adam dark and Debra anddaughter of n and daughter- annie Johnson. Adam reside in tcels ;play ;play normally 4 holiday week- Park. has been ar due to budget ans are to allow orks in the Pio- 120 Years Ago The alfalfa will have to be cut four times this year. The second crop has already been taken care of. It is very heavy. Some farmers are estimating their best wheat fields at 30 bushels per acre. This government paid $26,000,000 to her surviving soldiers yesterday. Professor Show says last month, with the exception of 1882, was the coldest May in 24 years. June herself is lingering around the 60 degree mark. Some property has changed hands this week. John Bevington bought the Mogle house of James Kelsy or $600 and J.F. Row bought Mrs. Roinson's place for $480. Some good gardeners are enjoying green peas and new potatoes. The corps of teachers for the Jewell city schools next year will be as fol- lows: Principal, C. A. Cook; grammar grade. Miss Mary F. Goss; intermedi- ate, Miss Nellie Worick; 2nd primary, Miss Helen V. Clark: 1 st primary, Miss Leta Connelly. Strawberries sell at 10 cents per box. Frank Angle is doing back work and tending a two acre patch of onions for exercise. 100 Years Ago The mercury got over the hundred mark last Monday. That's pretty hot for June. Let us tell you once more, don't scratch chiggers. When they itch, re- tire to some sequestered place and dope them with gasoline. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Birdsell have a new son at their home, one of the first to be registered from this part of the county. The harvest time draws near. It will not be as heavy a job as usual, but there will be seed for the sower and bread for the eater. Costume silks are 27 cents and 39 cents per yard in all popular shades, at J. D. Robertson Mer. Co. H. L. Olson, of Lindsborg, the new band leaderand instructor is here. Come out and hear the band concert tonight. We will serve strawberry and choco- late ice cream Saturday and Sunday at, Hedge's Blue Front cafe. Thos. A. Edison wants schools to teach geography and history by the moving-picture method. 90 Years Ago J. V. Earl: The price of cream. 20 cents, is the lowest in 11 years. The cannon for the city park has been ordered. J. O. Laffer. Mayo Brothers Hospi- per from 5 to 7 p.m. T is "McClain's Mutto "Kid's Ranch Rodeo' tional qualifiers select, Jewell and adjoini dents are invited to br Monday, July 18 and Wednesday at 8:15 p.n 6 p.m. 4-H fashion re award presentation. T the livestock premium Johnson May 22, Tawnya T graduated from the Ur sas School of Law e doctor degree Ace was hosted by Debn Jeannie Johnson at th Family and friend her heeding ceremon'. May 21, at the Lied ( tion and open house Law following the he Tawnya is the , Johnson, daughter off Taddiken, Clifton, gl Henley and Pat Alcoi in- law of Terry and J Olsburg. Tawnya and Lawrence. Lovewell ca] fireworks di The fireworks di scheduled for the July end at Lovewell Stat cancelled again this y concerns. Tentative p individual legal fire neer pldyground area July 2 and Sunday, Jul 1 p.m. Dry condit whether or not the fi allowed. Notices will Pioneer playground with fireworks annou only, Saturday, tal: I have had the following y 3, from duskto operations:cholecystectomy, cho- 0ns will affect leductotomy and-appendectomy and reworks will be am feeling fine.-: be posted at the' A. W Chase, of Concordia, an trea of the park employee of the Concordia Electric acements. Light Co.. was knocked unconscious when a pole on which he was working SEEKING,00PPLICATIONS The Good San taritan Society Superior is seeking applications fc r: Part Time Dietary Services, Roughly 8 hrs per week, every other weekend. Please apply ( aline at If you have qt estions, Please cal] ,@009od . [ Missie Wilt, vSL ) 'ITI ar] aD| Apartment Manager )ClCt'y TM -/ 1720 Idaho ) RDGE ESTATES/ Superior, NE 68978 / [ 402-879-4794 An Equal Opportunity Employer, AA; M-F-Veteran- Handicapped; lrug Testing I i m Kandall last Monday broke and fell upon him. He had strapped himself to the pole and consequently it struck him across the breast and face, burning him terribly and breaking his arm. The new auto tags for Kansas amounted to six car loads or 300,000 tags. They have a yellow background with black letters. Mrs. D. B, Jenkins; We have hatched and sold forty-thousand chickens this season, and still have more orders than we can fill. I have stopped advertising and am going to take a rest. Otto Abrahams, age 40, a carpenter from Chicago, attempted to end his life in Montrose Saturday night about 10 o'clock by cutting his throat with a razor blade. The county officers took him to Mankato where Dr. Allen dressed his wound. 70 Years Ago Day hift/Night Shift Work of Deshler, NE is actively seeking individuals positions on days and/or night shift. Competitive and excellent company benefits are available 00botic Welder Operator- & All Shifts Welders All Shifts laintenance Electrician Mechanic Material Handler Shi ping-Weekend or Day Shift Anyone who s interested in applying may contact the Reinke Human Resource of 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.-- Monday -- at 402-365-7251 for application instructions. Reinke Company Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F. Reinke MORE RIGHT THAN RA N www.reinke,com THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B The second draft registration, for those who reached the age of 21 since the first draft, will be held the first of July at the Jewell County draft head- quarters. The local board will have charge of the election. Bridge on Highway K-14 North of Jewell opens for traffic Thursday morn- ing. A fire at the Guy Omer house Sun- day was caused by an exploding kero- -sene stove. Guy, who was heating wa- ter when the stove caught on fire, suf- fered painful but not serious bums on his face. The Farmers Union Jobbing Asso- ciation of Kansas City have leased the Farmers Union Elevator and Supply Co. from the owner, George Hu- ndevadt. Five Mankato golfers attended the Phillipsburg spring golf tournament Sunday. John Hale played in the cham- pionship bracket. Clenn Hale won con- solation in the 1 st flight. Dallas Nelson won the third flight. Ted Dibble was runner-up in the consolation bracket in the third flight. Pete Dillon was nm- ner-up in the consolation of the fourth flight. New drivers' licenses, good for a two year period, starting July 1, are to go on sale at 500 distributing offices over the state about June 16. 60 Years Ago Jewell county supplied four more young men for the armed services this week, the selective service office re- ports. The four reporting for duty are Keith Orville Hoard, Joseph Lee Burnham, James Keith Abram and William Marshall Bishop, Jr. The Missouri Pacific has a special crew at work improving the roadbed and track on the Burr Oak branch line. So far this month, 3.35 inches of In frail health for the past year or more, Mrs. Buffington fell into a sleep at her home Wednesday afternoon of last week from which she did not waken. Henry Houston of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, was here Friday to visit with Harold Knarr. The two men were army buddies in Italy. Eggs are available at the local mar- kets for 36 cents. There will be a practice game be- tween the town teams of Jewell and Glen Elder at 2:30 p.m. Sunday after- noon on the Jewell diamond. 30 Years Ago A 182 Cessna flown by Rick Leece of Mankato was attempting a landing May 30 about10745 p.m. at the Mankato Airfield when the plane lost a wheel. The plane was estimated to still be traveling about 50 miles per hour. It went out of control and the damage to the plane was "almost totaled." Nei- ther the passenger nor the pilot were injured. Mrs. Jerry Anderson began a new career last Saturday. She was hired as postmaster relief replacement for Inez Clark at the Jewell, Post Office. On May 27 about 11:00 p.m., ap- proximately half a mile east of Esbon junction, a 1978 White Freightliner semi driven by Albert L. Kellison of St. Joseph, Me., struck 10 head of fat steers which were in the road. Three steers were killed out right. Two others received broken legs and had to be killed. There was disabling damage to the semi. On the west end of Lovewell Lake at about 1:30 a.m. May 31 several persons in a pickup reportedly drove up to a group of juveniles, jumped out and attacked them with their fists. The Burr Oak Masonic Lodge 178 consolidated with the Jeweil Masonic Lodge effective May 1, 1981. 10 Years Ago All board members were present for the June meeting of USD 279 and approved contracts for two teachers: Jennifer Engelland, vocational agri- culture, and William Paul Moncrieff, junior-senior high music and fifth grade band. The weather was almost perfect Saturday, for the celebration of the Burr Oak Community's 130th Birth- day. Mankato Native, Homer Metz, 77, Bothell, Wash., recentty received his high school diploma from Mankato High School. Metz was training to become a pilot in Ottawa while his classmates were receiving their diplo- mas 58 years ago. He trained bombar- diers in Florida until the war ended. Alan and Pat Czitt celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Saturday, June 16. One Year Ao The purchase of a bench to be used rain have been received here. Last in front of the senior center was ap- night's downpour measured 1.20 proved.- inches. " .......... SEEKING APPLICATIONS The Good Samaritan Society-Superior is seeking applications for: MDS Coordinator/Case Manager Full Time, Current NERN License required Please apply online at If you have q uestions please contact: Good [ A" Ubs g,c,ns I Sa.tr00aritan 402.879-4791 Society . in 0 ,a.h,,. s...,-i,.-. ' SUPERIOR An FJual Opportunity Employer, AA; M-F-VeteranHandlcappedl Drug TestiBg Operations Employees Full- Time Positions A vailable Carleton, NE Immediate openings available in Plant Operations This is an excellent opportunity for qualified individuals interested in: Team environment-engaged/involved member of our team , Working in a state-of-the-art grain facility Train loading incentive Working toward career advancement Competitive salary Bonus program Benefits package Wants-Desires of Qualified Individuals: Ability to learn and explore depths of career (Passionate-Curious) o Responsible for maintaining general appearance ofthefacility, including elevators, grounds, buildings, etc. Customer service by displaying courteous helpful, knowledgeable interaction-behavior , Experience with housekeeping and sanitation programs Strong Communication, qeading, Writing & Math Skills Good Attendance Record & Work Ethics Experienced in Agriculture-Related Business Mechanical Abilities Ability to Operate Heavy Machinery/Equipment Cam puter Skills Demonstrated self starter and h igh initiative Ability to work in all types of weather, climb ladders, and work from heights Ability to work nights; weekends, and holidays as needed We invite you to apply on#no at > Under Careers at Cargill- select Search Cargill Jobs > Under Production and Maintenance - select United States and Canada > Search Job #CAR00143 You must complete the online application process in order to be considered. If you do not have access to the internet, please visit your local library or iob service, or you can apply online at our Cargill Carleton Office. Cargill, Ine. PO Box 190 210 3rd St. Carleton NE 68326 Cargill, Inc. an Equal Opportunity Emvloyer 25-2c