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~~!.~ _]_~ ~_~T~L' _ - - -- _ _nlm~ ' " ~ _ 1 ' I .... - .......... I 8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 1 11 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. Continued from page 7 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, cabi- nets, roofing, remodeling, brick and block. Jason Gillian, cell: 402-879- 5839 or home: 40.2-279-5105. 10-9-tfc GUTTERING PROTECTS thefoun- dation of you r home. Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. AIIThingsExterior.com. 10-12-tfc GET READY for summer. Will do wash, buff and wax, tune-ups and oil changes, Complete fuel injection cleaned on all models. All air condi- tioning repair. Complete glass instal- lation. Troy's Automotive. Phone 402- 879-3612. 10-13-tfc COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, air conditioning work, computer diag- nostics. Tietjen Automotive. 340 N. Kansas, Superior. 402-879-4111. ! 0-33-tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air conditioners. Scott TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. 10-11-ffc 12-Livestock S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt removal of dead cattle and horses. 1 - 800-919-8360. 12-35-ffc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262-ce11. 12-3-tfc 14-Sale Calendar TUESDAY AUG. 17, 6 p.m., 1374 Idaho St., Superior. Selling real es- tate, a single story, two-bedroom home and a few house hold items for Franz Kopp. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction in charge, t4-29-4p WEDNESDAY," SEPT. 8, 1:30 p.m. Selling house for Emilie Morgan, Mary Sh ipley, Guardian. 14-32-4p SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 10:30 a.m., 654 Guthrie, Superior. Selling single- story, three-bedroom home, a 1993 Mercury Topaz GS, furniture and household items for Bertha Ball Es- tate. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auc- tion in charge. 14-30-9p 15-Opportu nities ATTEND COLLEGE online from home. Medical, business, paralegal, accounting, criminal justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 1-888-220-3977. Online at www.centu raonline.com. 15 AIRLINES ARE hiring - Train for high paying aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Avia- tion Institute of Maintenance. 1-888- 248-7449. 15 CALLING NEBRASKA 3rd district conservatives. Tired of partisan poli- tics? Volunteer petition circulators needed for Dan Hill congressional campaign in 3rd district cou nties. Go to www.votedanhill.com or call 308- 675-1377. 15 For quick results, use The Express Classifieds. They will work for you. Thursday, August 12, 2010 Austin Baird, first year member of Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club, earned first place in the trail class at the Jewell County 4-H Fair horse show. DRIVERS-CDLtraining-CareerCen" SENTINELBUILDINGSystems.Yur tral. We train and employ you, Corn- rock solid choice for high-quality, pany drivers up to 40,000 first year. value-priced steel and wood-steel New team pay{ Up to 48 per mile, builtlings. No hassles. NQ regrets. Class A CDL training regional loeB- Call today. 1-800-327-0790. tions! Call 1-877-369-6810 or visit www.sentinelbuildings.com. online at www.centraldrivingjobs.net. 22-Vehicles 16-Misc. for Sale FO FI SAL.E: 1989 Pontiac Bonneville. four-door, needs work, runs, $600 or HOMEGROWNwhiteonionsforsale. best offer; 1996 Chevrolet Lumina, Phone 785-875-3951. 16-32-2p four-door, salvage title, needs work TOMATOES FOR sale. Will deliver in the evenings in and around Superior. Call 402-879-1811. 16-32-2c 10 x 20 METAL COVERED calf shed on skids; wind driven mineral feeder; new cattle panel; 40 bu. combine bin on axle. Gerald Carpenter, 402-879- 1082. 16-31-3c For Sale: Irrigation Batteries $39.95 with exchange O~131E~q! .............. 1890 Idaho, Superior, Neb., 68978 402-879-3276 1-888-251-0212 www. oregontrailequipment.com 16-26-ffc SEVERAL GOOD, clean, used re- frigerators and several used big- screen HD TVs with warranty. Dick's TV, Mankato, Kan., 785-378-3123. 16-30-tfc but runs. $600 or best offer; 1991 Chevrolet $10 pickup, two-door, six- cylinder, needs work, runs, $750 or best offer. If interested please call 785-738-0456. 22-31-3c SELL YOUR classic car truck or motorcycle online. Call this newspa- per (402-879-3291) or call 1-800-369- 2850 to place your ad on the national www.midwestclassiccars.com web site for only $25. Your ad runs until your vehicle is sold! 22 24-Real Est, ate FOR SALE: Nine-acre Clay County, Neb., farmstead (house, garage, ma- chine shed, barn, etc.). Option to buy adjacent 40 acres (mostly paSture) if desired. 402-410-0386. $250 DEPOSIT and your deed are all that you need. Three, four, five bed- room singlewides, doublewides, modulars: Hassle free. Home buying hotline. Financing available! 1-800- 375-3115. 24 BANKER'S HOTLINE modular home loans starting at 4.75 percent. $0 down MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- - for land owners! Free construction perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel 9xpenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp HOT TUBS by Nordic, in stock and ready for delivery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture, Mankato, Kan., 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc " FOR SALE:20x8x8; 40x8x8; 48x8.5x9.5; 53x8.5x9.5 shipping containers. Camlock doors, hardwood floors support forklift. Delivery available. 1-785-655-9430 Solomon. www.chuckhenry,com com- plete web listing, photos, specs, pricing. ALL NEW Happy Jack@ Xylecide~ anti- fungal shampoo treats ringworm and hot spots on dogs and he rses without steroids. Orscheln Farm & Home stores. (www.happyjackinc.com). RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT outlet: New and used restaurant equipment. See www.chillmasters.bi~' for more information; Sioux City, Iowa, 1-800- 526-7105. 16 i School Bells Are Ringing Keep your checking and savings account here! No monthly charge for students THE RANDALL BRANCH of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN, 66963 785-739-2212 =l~-.li LAND AUCTION 400 Acres of lewell County Landin Calvin Township Tuesday, Sept. 7 7 p.m. Sale Location: Community Building at 214 N. High Street, Mankato, Kan. Land location: 3 miles south of Mankato, Kan., on 150 Road to M Road, then 1 1/4 miles zoest to the NE corner. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The W 1/2 and the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 in Section 6-4-8, Jewell County, Kansas. AGENCY DISCLOSURE: Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate and its agents will be acting as seller's broker. Seller: JEWELL COUNTY AND THE JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL For further information, contact the auctioneer Auction conducted by Gerald Zimmer Auction & Real Estate Beloit, Karl. 67420 (785)738-2010 (office)--(785) 738-2133 (residence) (785) 738-8677 (cell) or 1-800-577-7336 (toll free) email us at gzare@nckcn.com web: www.zauction-palace.com ................. k loan{ 316-633-4805 24 FISH CREEK Farm canoe-able farm. Five acres. Canoe from property, $39,995 Beautiful woods, tons of wild- life. Very limited opportunity. Call to- day! 1-800-229-7843. Visit online at www.lar,dandcamps.com. ( Sentricon Colony Elimination System Grain Bins Eaton GSI Vacro-Pruden 36-Thank You THANK YOU to all of my Lincoln Journal Star customers. It has been an honor to be your paper carrier for over two years. I have decided not to continue on with my route. My last day will be Saturday, Aug. 14. Thanks again. Brenda Michaud. 36-32-1p INA PERSINGER wishes to thank Sharon and Gene Buresh for having a 99th birthday party for me, who attended and the beautiful cards and gifts you bestowed. Thanks so very much. God bless each and all of you. Thank you. Ina. 36-32-1c THANK YOU for the cards, gifts and call for my 90th birthday. Elva Hanson. 36-32-1 p I would like to thank family and friends for the beautiful cards, flowers, plants, balloons, visits and calls received for my 85th birthday. It was really a spe- cial day. May God bless you all for making it so special! Elaine "Jo" Madsen. 36-32-1 p THANKS TO the Kingsbury Roofing crew for the new roof put on our house during t00 degree weather. Good luck, Troy, with your Longhorn Cattle. Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. 36-22-1 p I WOULD like to thank my neighbors and friends for the cards and tele- phone calls received while in the hospital. Charlotte Roe. 36-32-1p I I Randall By Fawna Barrett Cliff" and Nevada Vetter were hon- ()red for their 60th wedding anniver- sary with a family party at the Jcwell Community Center Saturday. Attend- ing were their four children and spouses, Vicky and Scott Fenner. Elaine and Dan Peters, Nancy and Bill Buser, Phil and Kristi Vetter and most of their families of 12 grandchildren with some spouses and 11 great-grand- .children. Others included Bonnie Vetter and her children, Rick and Sherry and their spouses, Beloit, Elsie Vetter. Wahoo. Neb.. Rita and Mark Price, Oregon, Sherrie andLaverne Schmidt, Newton. Merlin and Carolyn Dixon, Corning, Iowa, Nick and Lucy Peters. The noon meal was catered by Deb Bohnert and Gaye Daniels. Sunday morning, the Vetters hosted a brunch for some family before they left for home. Bob Severance was guest speaker at Randall Community Church. His grandson, Nathan,Winfield, came with him. Other guests were Gayetta (Burk) Beall and her husband from Califor- nia. Fred and Cheryl Anderson, Syra- cuse. Neb., and Sharon Tullar. Billy Bob Rhodes, 63, died last Tuesday of injuries sustained in a mo- torcycle wreck last Sunday. Charlotte and Joe D. Anderson attended the fu- neral in Great Bend Saturday. Burial was in the Randall Cemetery later that afternoon. The family came to the Randall Church for a time of fellow- ship afterward. Bill was the son of the Pest Control & Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly - Bi-Monthly & Seasonal Se zAvailable 109 West 5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554 1-800-748-8184 Equipment Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC York Legs GSI Dryers Commercial Agricultural ,, Industria 785-781-4383 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin * P.O. Box 17 Cawker Cly, Kan 67430 Contact Dick Wise or ~lohnp Senger for estimates. Commercial Agricultural Industrial Metal Buildings Grain Storage and Handling - Concrete This week's report frorr Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, Aug. 6 5 Black steers 393 142.00 9 Blact heifers 362 134.00 14 Black steers 452 138.50 5 Blacl:heifers 461 124.00 8 Black steers 512 132.00 8 Mix heifers 521 120.00 11 Black steers 711 115.00 13 Mix heifers 633 114.10 24 Black steers 718 119.00 11 Blac~heifers 640 112.25 26 Mix steers Fleshy770 107.25 18 Mix heifers Fleshy 678 106.25 128 Black steers 858 111.85 15 Blac~ heifers 683 112.75 7 Holstein steers 344 85.00 13 Mix h~ilers Reshy 697 104.50 28 Holstein steers 652 85.50 39 Mix~eifers 731 107.25 14 Holstein steers 787 83.75 64 Mix h.,ifers Fleshy 778 103.35 71 Mix heifers 783 107.85 Bulls, 60-77 66 Mixteifers 806 105.35 High Cows, 59-65 70 Mixt'eifers 812 104.75 Low Cows. 40-58 24 Mix t'eifers 873 103.85 120 Black heifers. 700:42 Black steers, 300-900. BARN PHONE 785-37 -3283 Jon Russell ~85-374-4577 Cell 715-545-6105 Bill Logan. 785-378-3327. Ce//78~-545-6784 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Cell 775-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Ce/14~2-879-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Ce/78~-545-8366 Nell Bouray, Auctioneer, Ce/1402879-5566 late Ruth and Clarence Rhodes. His two sisters, LaWanda Webb and Kay Hyman, preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Penny, three chil- dren and eight grandchildren. Friday, Joe D. Anderson took his nephew, Daxton Anderson, to Kansas City for a return airplane ride to his home in San Antonio, Texas. Fred and Cheryl Anderson came Saturday for the graveside service for their cousin. Bill Rhodes, and stayed the night with his dad, Joe Anderson. Vinton Burgess and his bride-to- be. Autumn Anderson. were honored with a wedding shower Sunday in Jewell. Several from Randall attended. Vinton is an employee of Randall Farm- ers Co-op. The Thompson quadruplets and Bren Peters had their annual sleepover with Tatem and Dakota Peters at the home of Elaine and Dan Peters. Jill and Mike Ramsey met their family at Marion Lake for the week- end. Chad and Jenny Ramsey had camped ~:here all week. Chris Ramsey and Brooklyn came Wednesday to join his brother. Caleb Ramsey and Kaylene BonIour .vere also there for the fun. Bonnie and Roger Houghton re- turned Friday from a trip to Duluth, Minn. to visit her parents, Bill and Doreen Sanford, for several days. They visited friends in Minneapolis on the way and visited Roger's huntingbuddy in Missouri as they came home. Jenniter and JeffPrice. Austin, Alex and Ashton. arrived Sunday to visit her parents. David and Sherilyn Kadel. They celebrated three birthdays that evemng. Lynell Sheahan, Sabetha, called on Fawna Barrett Thursday. handled some business m Beloit and stayed the night with Nevada and Cliff Vetter. Bob Gi ven, Ni ne Mile Falls, Wash.. came Thursday to visit his mother. Thelma Given, for a few days. Phyllis Wilson entered Mitchell County ttospital Saturday for tests. The heat is on in the plains of Kan- sas. Temperatures topped 100 degrees several days last week with the heat index about 10 degrees hotter than the thermometer. More of the same is in line this week. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Sunflowers are jumping taller in the wheat stubble as a second crop for some farmers. Mile is starting to show oval head~ of green. Soybeans are lush with thick leaves and sturdy stems. If pods are iorming, they are well hidden. Even the corn beaten badly by hail is struggling to produce some ears. The stalks are only half as tall as they should be. Alfalfa is blooming and some is being wi,drowed forbaling. Hay yields have been good this year. Heat has been high these first nine days of August! How long these crops can sustain their growth hinges on much needed rain and the forecast isn't opti- mistic at this time. |1 Jewell Co. Memories Continued from page I tor for prem/uure babies. The incuba- tor is well insulated and is heated by means of hot water in jars. It will be stored at Wagner' s Drug Store in Man- kate. A carnival trucker at the Old Set- tlers celebration without proper Kan- sas license tags on his trucks was taken by Kansas State Highway patrolmen to Mankato. where he paid fees amount- ing to $103. The trucks carried Ne- braska license tags. In Randall. the four men who are working off their grocery orders by working for the city are raising rock sidewalls and cutting weeds in the roads and ~lleys. 60 Years Ago The Jewell firemen are spon~soring a dance on the. recreation slab in the Jewell Park. The Harry Collins orches- tra will play. Sgt. Harvey D. Quy, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Quy of Mankato. is now stationed in Japan with the U.S. Air Force. 50 Years Ago Yearly rate for a subscription to the Jewell County Republican is $2.56, Water in the state lake northeast of Ionia is up on the stone riprapping of the dam. The water is clear, but the lake has not yet been opened to fishing. Someday, soon it promi ses to be a popu- lar fishing and recreation place. Harold Toptiff of the Buffalo Val- ley 4-H club won the milling and bak- ing division of the Wichita Wheat Show. Other entries from the county were from Kenneth Schuster. Dewey Underwood. Mark Obert and Maynard Crispin. 30 Years Ago Denise Jolmson is the new hostess at the Buffalo Roam Steakhouse. Richard Ahlvers is the new elemen- tary scherZI principal at Mankato. His wife. Kathy, is a radiological techni- cian at the Jewell County Hospital. The school consolidation question was del~ated by a vote of 226 no to 126 yes in the Esbon School District. Leba- non School District voted 262 yes and 98 no." 10 Years Ago Bill Walker began his duties this week as principal 0f kindergarten through sixth grade and high school in White Rock School District. Walker and his wife Marilyn, who will teach fourth grade at White Rock. have re- cently moved to Esbon. Craig Moritz.42. manager of Moritz hnplement Co.. Beloit. and Cawker City Implement Co.. was killed in a plane crash near Highway 14 on the Mitchell-Jewell County line. The plane went down in a tilled field. The acci- dent was reported about 9:30 a.m. and Moritz was pronounced dead at the scene. Test results reveal the death of Chad Shadduck, 13, Burr Oak, was the result of a blood clot that traveled to his lung. Kent 'osburg recently joined the Jewell County EMS staff as a para- medic. USD 279 received resignations from Principal Terry Rupe and Brandon Moore. teacher and coach and his wife Shannon. assistant basketball coach, at their regular meeting. The BeE hired Rori Kelley to serve as elementary and junior and senior high principal. Kelly Burgess will serve as assistant. Travi,~ Winkel was killed in a one- vehicle accident 5.6 miles west of Beloit on a gravel road after he lost control of his automobile. Winkel was pro- nounced lead at the scene. A bald eaglet, first one born in the area. was observed in a nest in the Waconda Lake area. The hatch oc- curred in May and the area has been marked with buoys so boats won't disturb the nest. Bud and Betty Niles will observe 50th wedding anniversary. Charles and Roberta Hoidren, former owners and operators of the Jewell Variety Store, greeted new own- ers Pam and Eugene Bergman. Roberta has been associated with the business since 1985 when she and Mary Saint purchased it. She and Charles became sole owners in 1997. One Year Ago Enrollment for Rock Hills Schools will be nearly 300. The district will look into selling lots still owned in Burr Oak. Norris Maydew, Lebanon, and his mules to,.'k first place in the farm team class at the draft horse show in Salina. A new foundation was built for the LeRoy Bourbon residence in Jewell. The house was lifted and moved to the side so the new basement could be constructed. Marvin and Betty Hamilton cel- ebrate thtir 60th wedding anniversary with an open house and card shower. Ray and Barb Mizner are Esbonfest parade grand marshals. Mable Marihugh, Esbon. will cel- ebrate her 99th birthday Aug. 28. Kuperior 402-879-3291 We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction, the following property located at 948 N. Kansas St.,Superior, Nebraska at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 DESCRIPTION: 1 1/2-story, four-bedroom home with living room, formal dining room, den, one bedroom, two baths and kitchen on the main floor. Second floor has three bedrooms with large closets and one bath. Unfinished 3/4 basement with bath fixtures Home has oak woodwork on main floor. There has been storm damage to property with roof and siding damaged. Moisture has entered the house in the northeast corner causing some interior damage and mold. With some re pair and redecorating this would be a nice family home. Has an older ~entral heat and air conditioning system. Two-car garage and storage shed. Located on corner lot. Will be sold "As is-Where is". n~ expressed or implie~.= LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 11 and 12 in Block 23 in North Superior, an Addition in and to the Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, TAXES: 2009 and all prior years taxes will be paid by seller. 2010 will be prorated to date of possession. 2009 taxes were $1,492.50. TERMS: 20% down day of sale, balance due on delivery of warranty deed and marketable title. If title insurance is used, seller and buyer will pay equally on the premium. ALL LICENSEES OF MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE ARE ACTING AS SELLER'S AGENT. FOR VIEWING, CONTACT GALE MIKKELSEN, 402-879-5666 OR COREY MIKKELSEN, 402-879-1504. Sale conducted by: Emilie Morgan, seller Mary Sh,pley, Guard,an Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer, t-'Z~im;--'~ Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser and Real Estate Saleperson P.O. Box 184, Superior, Neb. 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-mail: mikkelsenre@windstream.net Web site: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com , ", , ] :tum lqln H II,II1W 1BtIiII IHI IHllIIlIlt I |11111' lill{ll[llllt llll [l]{]llli,]t]l llH |!ll lg llllllll ql[ l l]{lil HglI]17 it i 1 ;,qll l q7' l]lli l l lHl