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\\; \\; Ey k; is "or he iiii -" "fi - ulaSSl eos 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 adl SELL YOUR classic car, truck or motorcycle online. Call this newspa- per or call 1-800-369-2850 to place your ad on the national web site' for only $25.00. YOur ad runs until your vehicle is sold! 22n 25-Mobile Homes CALL DAY Homes for all your mobile, modular homes. We also sell homes at factory direct pricing. Serving NE, WYand CO. 307-637-5521. 25n 26-Notice THE NUCKOLLS County Immuniza- tion Clinic (for ages two-months to 18 years) will be held the second Wednesday at the former Superior Family Medical Center, 525 E 11th St., Superior, Neb. from 2-4 p.m. Bring .immunization records. A $5 donation is per child is requested, Please call ahead for appointment, 402-879- 3910. Sponsored by Brodstone Me- morial Home Health Care. 26-5-Dame 30-Musical SLIGHTLY USED Pianos for sale. Program models. Traditional or digi- tal. Top brands. Best prices. Nice selection! Statewide delivery avail- able. $150 off delivery with ad. Grand Staff Pianos. Omaha, Nebraska. Call Events Manager 1-877-760-4172. 30n 36-Thank You THE FAMILY of Ryan Kile would like tothank everyone that either attended the benefit for Ryan in May, donated items for the auction or meal, or re- membered us since his injury. The visits, cards and prayers have meant so much to us. We have been humbled by your generosity and blessed with your friendship. Thank you, Gene, Tina, Ryan and Abby Kile. 3-31-1c I WANT to thank the wonderful nurses and doctors of Brodstone Memorial Hospital for the care they have given me. I also want to thank the friends and neighbors who have dropped by to visit while I am in the hospital and all those who have sent cards, letters and flowers. Wilma Smith. 36-31-1p Jewell County Fair:00sults ..... Continued from page 5 champion; livestock, sr. judging, purple; beef, breeding, blue, showman- ship sr., red. Clay Henderson; leadership, poster, purple; self determined, notebook, grand champion, blue; secretary book, purple; horses, gelding, blue, western pleasure sr., red, western horseman- ship sr., red, horsemanship sr., red, poster, blue; beef, breeding, champion, showmanship sr., red. Brent Kussman: exploring 4-H, notebook, blue; poultry, standard fowl, purple, standard bantam, purple, show- manship jr., blue; livestock, jr. judg- ing, blue; arts, general, blue, red; pho- tography, mac., blue, blue, flowers, blue, landscape, blue; sheep, market, champion, reserve grand champion; catch-a-lamb, champion, showmanship jr., blue, daily gain, red; rabbits, other breeding, blue, fur, blue, showman- ship jr., blue;wine, market, blue, daily gain, red, showmanship jr., blue. Brice Kussman, shooting sports, notebook, reserve grand champion; livestock, jr. judging, purple; arts, gen- eral, grand champion, red; photogra- phy, black and white, blue, blue, blue, color enlg., red, blue, blue, misc. blue. blue, flowers, blue; swine, market, blue, blue, daily gain, blue, blue, showman- ship jr., blue; beef, stocker feeder, re- serve grand champion, showmanship, blue. Haley Kussman; leadership, poster, blue; arts, quilt, reserve champion, gen- eral, reserve champion, blue, blue; foods, best pickled, grand champion, spreads, purple, purple, purple, pick- les, purple, purple, fruit, reserve grand champion, tomato produce, grand champion, elderberry jellies, blue, canned cherry, blue, beet pickles, blue, relish, blue, salsa, blue, misc. jellies, blue; photography, color enlg., red, blue, blue, black and white, blue, blue, red, blue, "misc. blue, blue, flowers, best of show; sheep, market, purple, showmanship sr., blue, daily gain, red, breeding, champion; rabbits, other breeding, purple, red, french breeding, blue, showmanship sr., blue; swine, market, blue, breeding, blue, daily gain, blue, showmanship sr., purple; horses, mare, blue, western pleasure jr., red, western horsemanship sr., red, trail, blue, reining, red, pole bending, purple, barrels, purple, key hole, blue, cos- tume class, blue, horsemanship sr., red, poster, red, report, blue, display, purple; beef, stock feeder, grand champion, Sh0wmanship sr., blue, market steer, blue, blue, breeding, reserve cham- pion, daily gain, blue, blue. Jenna Langer; arts, general, red; photography, color enlg. red, red, blue; clothing, revue buymanship, blue, con- struction article, purple, red, buymanship display, purple; horses, gelding, purple, grand champion, west- em pleasure Jr., blue, western horse- manship jr., red, trail, blue, reining, red, pole bending, red, barrels, blue, key hole blue, costume class, purple, horsemanship sr., red, poster, red, re- port, purple, display, purple; beef, breeding, reserve champion, showman- ship sr., red. Lacey Langer; arts, general, red. white; photography, color enlg., red, red; clothing, revue buymanship, blue, buymanship display, purple: horses. gelding, blue, western pleasure sr.,blue. western horsemanship jr., blue, trail, blue, reining, red, polebending, purple, barrels, purple, key hole, blue. cos- rome class, purple, horsemanship jr., red, poster, blue, report, purple, dis- play, purple: beef, breeding, blue, showmanship jr., blue. Sedrick Willitts; shooting sports. poster, reserve grand champion; live- stock, sr. judging, blue; swine, market, blue, daily gain, white, showmanship sr., blue. Shantel Willitts; arts, quilt, blue; open class, hard work, pencil misc., blue. Victoria Willitts; pets, poster, purple; arts, quilt, red: livestock, jr. judging, purple; open class, crafts, pa- per gift, white; beef, bucket calf. blue. South East Coyotes Austin Baird: arts, general, grand champion; livestock, jr. judging, blue; beef, breeding, champion, reserve grand champion, showmanship jr., grand champion. Gage Bauer; poultry, standard fowl, purple, showmanship jr., blue; live- stock, jr. judging, blue; swine, market. red, blue, daily gain, white, white, showmanship jr., blue: beef, show- manship jr., blue, bucket calf. reserve grand champion. Shakiya Bauer; livestock, st. judg- ing, blue; sheep, market, red, red, show- manship sr., red, daily gain. red. red. Chelsey Greene; leadership, poster, purp],e; woodworking, furniture, blue; photography, color enlg., blue, grand champion, red; clothing, buymanship display, blue. Corbin Greene: sheep, market, re- serve champion, reserve champion, showmanship jr., reserve champion, daily gain, blue, bl.ue; beef. market steer, reserve champion, blue, purple. daily gain, grand champion, reserve grand champion, purple, showmanship sr., blue. Brittany Joerg; arts. quilt, grand champion, general, grand champion; foods, spreads, purple, red. favorite. blue, cut-up cake, purple, purple; his- torian book, purple; photography, color enlg., reserve grand champion, purple, blue, black and white, blue. blue, red: clothing, revue buymanship, purple, grand champion, buymanship display, blue, blue: open class, photography, people, blue. misc., blue, blue. ani- mals, blue. Luke Peters; livestock, sr. judging, reserve champion. Isaac Skidmore; woodworking, fur- niture, red; livestock, jr. judging, blue; swine, market, blue, blue. blue. daily gain, blue, purple, red. grand cham- pion. showmanship jr.. reserve cham- pion. Mikayla Skidmore; livestock, jr. judging, blue;rabbits, ether'breeding, reserve grand champion, showman- ship jr., purple: swine, market, blue, blue, daily gain, purple, purple, show- manship jr., purple. Jacob Spiegel; space tech. rockets, grand champion; entomology, begin- ning I, purple; rabbits, satin breeding, purple, showmanship jr.. blue: swine. market, reserve champion, purple, daily gain, white, red, showmanship jr., champion. SAVE UP TO 35% I We're driving auto insurance rates doze 320 S, Main, klelson, NE 68961 Jewell County Memot ii i i ,, 120 Years Ago the death of her hal-f- The quails and prairie chickens will be fat and plump this fall, The newspapers are talking about a kind of faith in Kansas that removes mortgages, A great many farmers finished stacking before the rains. Stack yards loom upon every hand. Last Monday evening the Lark club held their first social at the home of Miss Edith Kreamer. Robertson, aged about 70 Years, An offer by D. Mankato to surrende] practice law in Kansa today by the supreme Four changes have l for the 1942 program Crop Insurance Cor[ insurance wing of the nounced by J. F. Robe Some of the early of the county ommitt ting fed and meliov. TheJewe, li COunty fhe first ripe apples, home i beheld Juiy 16, 17, are here and will d(3 duty until grapes planshave len corn and peaches come in. - days Of entertainment There was a fine rain Wednesday features have been ar night and it did the corn much good. According to Dr. The corn crop promises to be a hum- M.ayorQfMankato, at mer. enng campaign will b The hog market took a big jump during the week of Jt yesterday on account of light receipts. In spiteofrain throt Tops sold at $5.15. and threatening we 100 Years Ago evening, a large ere Reuben Henninger shipped in a car of ice from Minnesota yesterday. Miss Clara Sapp, one of our next year's teachers, returned to her home in Goodland yesterday after spending six weeks in this summer resort. E. D. Fisher has been made presi- dent of the Old Settlers' Day organiza- tion. to succeed J. C. Postlethwaite. The train carries water from Jamestown because the Mankato sup- ply has run short. Mankato, Beloit and Lincoln Park are all bidding with a fine line of attrac- tions for the attendance of the Jewell people at their various chautauqua as- semblies. It looks now as if the work would be in such shape that many could go. Benj. Musser sold a thousand bush- els of corn this week to Ohlinger and sons for seventy cents per bushel. John Kemmerer and three of his daughters started for Oregon last night intending to be absent about five weeks. They will visit the Clarks and Byrams. 90 Years Ago While other towns have been re- porting robberies for the last year, Jewell has been particularly immune. But this week the town's good record was broken with the robbery of the Metz Packing Co., Sunday evening. We have a 12-25 Avery and a 8-16 Avery tractor rebuilt and as good as new at the E. L. Gray Imp. Co. A Jewell City girl went off on a visit to a neighboring town and left her hand bag packed with clothes sitting on the bottom step of thf stairs at home. It's getting so the girls have just as good a time without a lot of clothes, The Jewell ball team met defeat again last Sunday. Mankato won from 2. That loud, whining, howling noise you hear coming from Dr. Schumacher's dental office isn't the sound from a new instrument of tor- ture. It's the vacuum cleaner running. F. E. Ruggles said, "It was hotter in Minnesota than it is here, but we found the only place I ever saw where I could catch fish. We fell in with Len Schmitt' s folks, and Len landed a six-pounder." Mrs. H. C. White, Jr., went to Osborne, Tuesday night, on account of or more with Independent Insurance Agent Roger Watson, LUTCF NFADI Cell: 402-469-8307 Phone: 402-225-4300 E-Mail: r_watson71 @hotmail,com i i i ii J C Pen ney c0000.og Store Place & Pickup Orders Catalogs Available Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - Noon Scott TV & Appliance 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3508 3o-tf Y lot Seamless Gutters Brazil Home Improvement 402-879-5195 Gregg Brazil I ies i i ister, Dorothy seven years. kgo F. Stanley of his license to was accepted ourt. een authorized of the Federal oration, wheat AAA, it is an- ason, chairman 30-4c fine entertainment of in Mankato Saturday The business secti being decorated for tl Round-Up, July 16,1 Truex Decorating C placing pioneer bar flags, pennants and the fronts of various 60 Year: One night last w cat, a 1950 Hudson car was found in the Kansas, and Jack Mc after it Friday and b Salina, where it was for any damage. The Jewell Coun Greater Kansas Cit3 nual picnic from 11 Sunday in Swepe P Mo. Calvin James m went aboard ship at army overseas servi Allen C. Shern Kans, is the new A at Jewell Rural Higt ee. Round-up will :118th, Definite deted and three md educational 'anged. J. R. Spences, aluminum gath- held in Mankato ly 21-28. Lghout the county ther during the wd enjoyed the free dances held evening. 3n of Mankato is Le Jewell County 7, and 18th. The 3. of Wichita is ners, American elcome signs on ausiness houses. Ago eek Pat Taylor's was stolen. The icinity of Marion, rris, sheriff, went ought it as far as Left to be checked :y Kansas club of will hold its an- a.m. to 6 p.m. on 'k, at Kansas City, Ld Harold Collie ',cattle, Wash., for e. tan, of Toronto, riculture teacher School and began Smith Center, Kan.00 785-620-7499 his work July 1. J Cpl. Robert L. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson, is on his way home from Korea. The monthly meeting of the Ionia Hustlers 4-H was ]eld at the church annex. Reports we :e given by mem- bers who attended he 4-H camp. Kansas is experiencing its worst flood since 1903 as water pours down Kansas streams in t] te wake of torren- tial rains Tuesday and Wednesday night. 30 YeA s Ago Henry Keller of the Odessa- Dentoaia communi y was found lying dead in the corn reid last Tuesday afternoon. - - The Postal SeA ice is planning m coming months to implement a four- digit add-on to exi, ring'zip codes. The Jewll Comty Sheriff's De- partment is planni ag to move to the county courthouse aroUnd the 15th of July. Paul Seehafer  as opened a repair shop in Beloit at 113 West Second Street. He will d) automotive and motorcycle repair; also lawn and gar- Custo00 Cargill AgHo dedicated to hel origination and= advice and infom The CUSTO Aksarben Farm Carleton, NE. R - Contract mana etc,) SMP-support ( - Provide high le : Answer and se where applicat - Communicatiol - Provide adminis direct mail) Assist Farm ind v dua, Iocati Proactively b - Associate's de, - Proven strong Proven strong Proven ability processes am - Proven influer Abitity to Work ',. c ..: '... i. Orairi metcha :FamiharWith . Familiarity wil ,2ol 1 Emily Cox, 6-year Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H memOer, daughter of Billie and Travis Cox Mankato, earned the follow ng champion placing at the Jewell County Far grand champion reading project w rifler; grandchampion 4-H club secretary book: grand chain pion clothing construction; grafid champio n junior food preservation. den equipment, generators, alternators, starters and small appliances. Jewell City was visited by some cross country bicyclers recently. Efforts to extend rail service on the Rock Island from Phillipsburg have been unsuccessful. The major setback has been the refusal of the Trustee to accept a track rental that operators can afford to pay. He was asking $535 per month per mile. The chinch bugs are eating their way through the Jewell County mile and corn crop. 10 Years Ago This year's harvest was reported to be one of the worst in recent history. The lower yields were showing up in the wheat following the spring rains. Von Taylor was elected president of USD 279 Board of Education at the first meeting of the 2001-02 year July , Emily Ernest; 19, Mankato, was injured Monday flight in a motorcycle- automobileaccdent in Concordia. The motorcycle was struck by a ar driven by Pauline Vigrle. Ernest sustained a separated pelvic one that required surgery and she iS presently receiving therapy at the hospital in Wichita. The sixth armUal Lovewell State Park Sand Castle and Sculpture Con- test is Scheduled for ,Sunday at the Southwinds Beach area of the state park. : Jewel.lCounty Commissioners have appr0Ved: the, purdase(of a inew Komatsu ex:cavator f0i!the C0unty r'ad deptment ii6hday's meeting.: :: : Ty!ef 6S:ti':i6, rurai:Manktto; was injurdSaturday morning While helping harvest: Wheat north of Burr Oak. A fir6 igfiited while a combine part wasbeing cleaned and Tyler was ' bme'd;: ' .:,Extremelyhot temperatures and lin- gerg:haest:Were bitmedfor smaller- lian46l:iRndance at Old Settlers celebration [ Jewell last weekend, ., One x ear Ago ChelseawindmUller is a new em- ployee for the Jeweli County Record Jacob Spiegel 4-year Southeast Coyotes 4-H member, son of Janelle and Steve Spiegel. Formoso, won the iunior division space tech champion, swine junior showmanship and re- serve champion market pig placing at the Jewell County Fair. Service Representative Carleton, NE Description .,ons serves farm customers in the United States and is )ing farmers prosper. Products and services include grain ;torage, grai marketing resources, and advice, agronomic ation services. vlER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE is a key member of the Service Group Support Team. This position is located in location assistance will not be provided. Administrative duties: ement (entry, confirmation, pricing, amendments, past-due, ry)-Outlook Journal 'el administrative support for customer related activities rvice incoming customer calls and handling walk in customers le. of settlement detail to relevant teammates lrative support for grower communication (newsletters, brochures, /larketers in buying grain and selling solutions in order to meet )n and Farm Service Group targeted account goals. ;y grain and sell solutions to non-targeted accounts. Qualification Required: ree OR 2+ years of experience n sales or customer service tbi!ity to work independently nterpersonal communication skills ' to accurately and consistently execute complex and detailed I procedures cing skills o work effectively across all levels of organization and functions. roblem solving skills :`: -:' iiity to prioritize effectively on a day-to-day basis overtime as business needs arise Desired: dising knowledge reduction agricu Iture Lynx terested candidates, please send resume to : Cargill 001 Cornhusker Hwy, Lincoln, NE 68504 Attn: Josh Barker Cargill, Inc. PO Box 190 210 3rd St. Carleton NE 68326 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 30-2c Fri Lc THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B SUnday at the Southwinds Beach area. Mark Fleming was elected presi- dent when theRock Hills School Board met Monday night in Mankato. TheJewell County Red Cross Blood Drive held last Wednesday at the Mankato Community Center exceeded expectations. Jewell County residents rose to the challenge of donating 60 unity and offered 71 units. Unwrap the Fun is the theme for the 2010 Jewell County Fair which starts with a horse Show at l p.m. Sunday. Kansas receives Federal disaster declaration ' : Kkaas O0vemor Sam Brownback receiVed notice te this afternoon that President Bara4k Obama has issued a disaster declaration for 25 counties struck by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding during the period of May 19 to June 4. The declaration makes federal fund- ing available to state and eligible local g0vernments and certain private non- profit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the re- pair or replacement of facilities dam- aged in Brton, Clay, Cloud, Hamilton, Jewell, Lincoln, Logan, Lyon, Marion, Mitchell, Morton, Osage, Osborne, Ottawa, Pottawatomie, Republic, Riley, Rooks, Rush, Russell, Sherman, Smith. Stafford, Stanton and Wash- ington Counties. "This is very good news for the town of Reading and many other areas impacted in late May and early June by tornados and damaging storms," Gov- ernor Brownback said. "These federal funds will greatly assist these commu- nities in rebuilding their infrastruc- ture." The President's declaration also makes federal funding available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitiga- tion measures statewide. W. Craig Fugate, Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security, named Bradley Harris as the Federal Coordinating Officer for Federal recovery opera- tions in the affected area. FEMA said additional designatiOns may be made at a later date if requested by the State and warranted by the re- suits of further damage assessments. ,' 5:::. 'ewell County His- and (d3wn Ou nit 9 ; as Chelsy Green, 10-year Southeast tthly Coyotes 4-H member, daughter of Mankato City Park Steve and Janelle Greene, Jewell, The, 15th annual won the grand champion senior divi- Park Sand Castle and sion photography award at theJewell :est is': scheduled for County Fair. :::_.;-.... ,( ......... . 0000)CCK Inc. Expanding residential sites in Beloit! we am tdding another location and looking for innovative staff to join the team at OCCK, Inc. NEW HIRE BONUS - $100.00 UPON HIRE! $I00 AFTER 8 MONTHS! If you are interested in a position with great benefits, great flexibility & starting pay at $I0.00 per hour plus a shift differential, we have a position for you! Overnight Support Trainers As an Overnight Support Trainer. you will provide support as needed to individuals throughout the night. You will be entering and processing in-house documents as needed and compieting daily checklists to ensure proper Cleaning of the residence. You will also provide transportation :to morning doctor appointments if necessa, ii'his is an awake overnight position, With some days/and weekend hours required Residential Trainers OCCK, Inc. is looking for full time, time, part substitute, and summer employment positions! [i?:i::!6i,itime position comes With a competitive ! " ". ben eft package that includes: " Monthly Cash Benefit Allowance, Health, Dental, Life, Disability, Cancer Insurances, KPERS and a 403b retirement plan. Apply in person at our OCCK office: 501 W. 7 th, Beloit or Online at w,w.occk.eom No phone calls please EEO Drug testing required