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Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or qome to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. i HoME SIDING can transform your home in a matter of days! Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. 10-12-tfc ROOFING CAN save you money on your home insurance! Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. 10 - 12 -ffc GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, cabi- nets, roofing, remodeling, brick and block. Jason Gillilan, cell: 402-879- 5839 or home: 402-279-5105. 10-9-tfc GUTTERING PROTECTS the foun- dation of your home. Call All Things Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. 10-12-tfc DRY CLEANING-shoe and boot re- pair-pillow cleaning. Drop off anytime, Monday-Saturday. Returned on Wednesdays. Carmen's, 352 N. Cen- tral Ave, Supedor, Neb., 402-879- 3721. 10-27-tfc 00Bank Good Neighbor-Great Rates Looking for great rates and a secure place to grow your money? Call State Farm Agent Sonya Romersheuser, 402-879.3117 abdut a CD from State Farm MEMBER FDIC 10-17-eo,e CUSTOM EMBROIDERY: T-shirts, sweats, polos, denims, jacketS, lin- ens, towels, caps, wild rags. Thou- sands of designs, DMC embroidery floss, 454 colors in stock. 526 E. Fifth, Superior, Neb., 402-879,1255. 10.28-tfc CONTACT HEADRICK Financial Ser- vices for health and life insurance as well as other financial products. 785- 875-3958 or 402-879-5635. 10-1-tfc LICENSED ELECTRICIANS, T & L Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of piv- ots. Wassom's basket truck available for aerial work and repair. Call Power Management, Steve Houtwed or Bob Wassom. 402-469-4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-tfc ,COMPLETE AUTO.body paint and repair. Rock chip repair, glass re- placement. Superior Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -tfc NEWCONSTRUCTION, remodeling, sheet rocking, cabinets or metal roof- ing, decks, etc. Meyer Construction, 402-226-2671. 10-22-tfc COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, air conditioning work, computer diag- nostics. Tietjen Automotive. 340 N. Kansas, Superior. 402-879-4111. 10-33-tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air conditioners. Scott TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. 10-11-tfc FARM, RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. Moeller Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc BANKRUPTCY: FREE initial consul- tation. Fast relief from creditors. Low rates. Statewide filing. No office ap- pointment necessary. Call Steffens Law Office, 308-872-8327. We are a debt relief agency, which" helps people file bankruptcy under the bank- ruptcy code. 10 Blue Valley Lutheran Homes Society, Inc. The Nursing Home: is seeking a full- part time Dietary Aide-Cook a full-part time evening shift MA - C.N.A. and a C.N.A. from 6 to 10 a.m. shift and 6 to 9 p.m. shift The Care Home: is seeking a full-pad time evening LPN full-part time evening shift MA - C.N.A. and a full-pad time Dietary Aides-Cook Courtyard Terrace: is seeking a full-time Cook 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 402-768o3901 An Eaual Opportunity Employer WILL WINTER your stock house n North Dakota for $1.60 per day. In groups of 50 to 300 til calving. 701- 754-2605 or 701-321-2134. Tius Wald 12-Livestock S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt removal of dead cattle and horses. 1-800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262-ce11. 12-3-tfc 13-Machinery TAKING BIDS for a 1968 Model 12 Caterpillar motor grader to be sold by the Village of Hardy. Sold "as is, where is". The Village has the right to reject all bids. 13-33-3c 14-Sale Calendar ,TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 307 Park St., in Superior, Nob. Will be selling house- hold and miscellaneous items for Jim and Edna Maley and .will be selling a 2002 Chevrolet Impala with 42,295 miles and household items for Theresa Peters. Mikkelsen Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-33-3p 15-Opportunities 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 ALLIED HEALTH career training - Attend college 100 percent online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEVcertified. Call 1-800-481-9409 15 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 or visit online at m 15 16-Misc. for Sale 8 FT. xl 0 FT., tin covered shed. 30 ft. windmill tower, 3-point tree shearer, 13 ft. Bush Hog shredder, 1993 30 ft. Hitch Hiker camper 5th wheel. 402- 225-4271. 16-34-2p FOR SALE: 17 sets women's uni- forms and three scrub jackets, sizes XL to 2 XL, excellent condition. Call Becky 402-879-1510. 16-33-2p LARGE FARM fresh eggs, brown or white, 402-879-4874 16-28-12p 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 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 delivery at Dick's T.V. and Furniture, Mankato, Kan., 785-378- 3123. 16-28-tfc 16-Misc. for Sale DO YOU want to make money on ebay, flea market, auction? We have over 600 pallets of mixed merchan- dise-sporting goods, household, do- mestics, etc. RJ's, M-F,9-5, 1-800- 597-2500. Topeka. Bring this ad in for 10 percept off the total purchase. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT outlet: New and used restaurant equipment, See for more information; Sioux City, Iowa, 1-800- 526-7105. 16 22-Vehicles 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 classic vehicle? For only $25, your ad with photos will run until soldi Call this newspaper today for more informa- tion or call 1-800-369-2850. 22 1987 FORD conversion van, 302 V-8, runs good, dependable, $995 or best offer. Call 402-746-2730, leave mes- sage. 22-27-ffp 24-Real Estate HOME FOR SALE: three bedroom ranch home, one bath, garage. Courtland, Kan., 785-374-4328 24-33-2p 25-Mobile Homes CALL DAY homes for all your mobile, modular homes. We also sell homes at factory direct pricing. Serving Ne- braska, WyomingandColorado. 307- 637-5521. 25 30-Musical Instruments THESE DEALS are hot, hot, heft Ev- ery piano is on sale (up to 80 percent off MSRP)! Join in the anniversary celebration at update me. Mid-America Piano 1-800- 950-3774. 30 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, Neb. Call Events Manager 1-877-760-4172. 36-Thank You THE FAMILY of Ethlyn Smith would like to thank those who have sent cards, memorials, food, prayers, vis- its and other acts of kindness during her illness and passing. It is very truly appreciated. A special thank you to the staff at Brodstone Memorial Hos- pital for her fine care and to Rev. Roger Wall for his continued support. She is loved and will be greatly missed. Jack Smith, Tom and Katie Smith, Marlin and Judy Smith and family and Kent and Jean Smith and family. 36-34-1 p THANKS TO Rhonda Petsch and the Guide Rock fire department and am- bulance crew for helping my wife's daughter after her accident on High- way 136. Elvin Pritts. 36-34-1p Additional pictures from Jewell County events are available on the web at See Us For Office Supplies 111 E. Main St. Mankato, Kan I 785-378-3191 Dealer Support Specialist Reinke Mfg. Co., Inc. of Deshler, Neb., is recruiting for a Dealer Support Specialist position This person will perform a variety of tasks including dealer/customer service; sprinkler package design; enter systems and parts orders; prepare reports, statistical data and other materials for the department and company. The job requires the ability to comprehend and perform complex mathematical computations; computer literacy/ aptitude; very good customer service skills and the ability to provide technical support and guidance to the dealer network in regards to sprinkler design and questions. Two or more years of business school or college level studies is preferred with prior customer service experience being very beneficial. Interested parties should apply for this position atthe Reinke corporate offices in Deshler immediately or forward (fax)resume with cover letter to the Reinke Human Resource office at 402-365-4166. Reinke Mfg. Co., Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F Document Control Assistant Reinke Mfg. Co., Inc. of Deshler, Neb., is currently accepting applications for the position of Document Control Assistant This position will assist with the preparation and maintenance of company documents i.e. standard operating procedures, specifications, bills of materials; work instructions, and other controlled documents such as drawings and prints. Additionally, this position will assist others in the processing of controlled documents; and will assist departments with training in various areas of,document control. This js a clerical position and the incu mbent must be PC proficient with spreadsheet preparation (Excel) and word processing (Word). A two year formal education i.e. Associates degree or the equivalent work experience in a technical field is preferred. hterested parties may apply at 00IRe00nke 5325 Reinke Rd, i/, Deher, NE 68340 34-2c :,,,c. -- , i!qL.I r,ortunity Empbyer. M/F 34-2c II I I I Jewell County Memories | 120 Years Ago Elder H. G. Breed is a tall man, but he said the ears on the corn are as high as his head, and many stalks have three earS. Wm. Cameron taught the first term of school in Jeweli County, and he furnished his own schoolhouse. F. K. Gentry, the railroad station agent, after reading of execution by electricity experimented on a grass- hopper. He placed the insect on the switchboard in such a position as to produce a circuit. The current was then turned on and the result was sudden death. Frank thinks electrocution s a SUCCESS. J. V. Davis has announced that he will be a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff of Jewell County, and the Republicans will take great pleasure in giwng him their heartiest support. We think Mr. Davis as the party nominee will poll every Repub- lican vote, and he has many friends besides who are not identified with the political party of his choice. From present prospects, the Republican ticket will be as strong a one as could pos- sible be make. Blackberries are big and good this season. At the school meeting yesterday. W. H. Cheney was elected clerk, a nine months' school was ordered, and a two percent tax voted. 100 Years Ago The boys count Mr. Olsson as a fine band leader. The Drake brothers, Hugh, Ramie and Paul, have purchased the Gaudreau meat market in Concordia, and will locate in that town. This market does the principal meat business of Concordia, handling about $3,000 worth of business per month. Five men are required to take care of the busi- ness. John Postlethwaite was up from Elk County over Sunday. He said he likes his new banking job first rate. The morning mail deliveries will start at 8 and 10 a.m. and the afternoon at 2 and 4:30 p.m. John McClung is playing with the Blue Rapids Band at the Greenleaf and Coming celebrations. A large crowd attended the ball game between Mankato and Jewell at Mankato Thursday afternoon. The score was 6 to 0 in favor of Mankato. Batteries: Mankato- Dahl and Lane; Jeweli- Schumacher, Rosin, Laffer, and Schumacher, Gray. Umpire. Davies. This is the first of a series of four games. All the Jewell celebrators had a good time at Randall last Friday and Saturday. The crowd was large and was well handled and well entertained. 90 Years Ago The Farmer' s Elevator loaded a car this week of 120,000 pounds capacity. It held over 2,000 bushels. The usual car holds 1,100 bushels. P. W. Granger said, "I have quit hiring hands and am doing my own work, and you bet it keeps a fellow on the jump." The vote on the rural high school proposition in Mankato was: City, 193 for and 22 against; County, 117 for and 227 against. The proposition was there- fore lost. The Jewell County Republican charged a whole family only three cents a week f9  a paper, just a fraction of a oent for each reader. We have this week and"next the following; roasting ears, cabbage, ripe tomatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, pota- toes, cucumbers, onions- red, white and yellow at Hedge Rosin. We de- liver to your door. Mrs. Nate Basye, 44, died at her home after a short illness of peritonitis. Miss Mildred Bell, one of the fine girls who used to help at the Jewell Republican newspaper, was married to Dr. Alfred Ewing Dodson, of Gibson, N. M., on June 28, 1921. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell, now reside in Pueblo, Colo. There werel,533 cars received in one day in Kansas City. Not Fords, but wheat cars. - 60 Years Ago Glenn Belden has put a permastonh finish on his building which houses his barber shop and the Jewcll Beauty Shop. The Saturday night band concert marks the end of the summer music programs. Mona Joy Langer and Johnny Beam were declared Jewell County winners of the skilled driver's contest spon- sored by the Kansas Farm Bureau. Mrs. Belle McGuirc is a patient at the community hospital at Beioit, ill of high blood pressure. After about a 12-day voyage, in which they came within sight of the Aleutian Islands to the north, Calvin James and Harold Collie, army pri- vates, made the trip from Seattle to Japan. The first case of polio in Jeweli County this season was reported Fri- day. The Solomon River established a new all-time flood record in Beloit in July 1951, when it crested at 39.29 feet. which was 3:41 feet higher than the previous all-time record established in June of 1941. i Join Our Team! Gottsch Cattle Company is hiring motivated, dependable and disciplined team players towork with our company near Red Cloud. Currently hiring full time loader operators to maneuver and maintain our modern equipment. For more details call Scott 402-984-6223 or 402-746-2222. www, 34-2c Library Part-Time Help Applications for this position may be picked up at the Mankato City Library Saturday mornings Minimum Wage Applications can be sent to: Sheila Diamond 302 S. West St. Mankato, KS 66956 Closing date is Aug. 26, 2011 ii POSITIONS OPEN Rock Hills USD 1t07 is seeking applications for the following coaching position for the 2011-2012 school year: High School Assistant Girls Volleyball Applications are available at: USD 107 District Office 109 E. Main St., Mankato, Kan., 66956 785-378-3102 This position will remain open until filled. Rock Hills USD 107 is an Equal Opportunity Employer 34-2c ii i !t !il ....  ' ':  :  ..... '  "I ....... , ' Agrex, Inc. is looking for Full and Part-Time harvest help at our Deweese and Oak locations. Deweese location is looking for full and part-time outside elevator help and part-time office help Oak location is looking for full and part-time outside elevator help and part-time office help Outside help would be required to be able to operate straight trucks, dumping trucks and transferring grain. Inside help is required to be able to operate scales and probe trucks. Applications are available at our Deweese and Superior offices or Online at under the forms tab. Interested parties should send resume and references to: @ 00]NEo Jamie Nejezchleb, Agrex Inc. PC Box 68 Deweese, Neb. 68934 402-262-2255 4n Equal O/3po#un#y Employer Thur.sday, August 25, 2011 30 Years Ago Last Friday, J. W. (Red) Lienberger observed his 34th year as substitute rural mail carrier for the Jewell Post Office. On July 11 of this year, he was appointed regular carrier, replacing Don Johnson. Brenda Frost of Esbon won first place in her age division in the long jump contest at the 1981 Region 8 AAU-USA Regional Junior Olympic track and field championship held re- cently in Fayetteville, Ark. A semi-truck, its steering severed, careened down the wrong lane of the busy two lane US81 highway for sev- eral hundred feet. The driver of a 1978 Peterbilt tractor-trailer watched the ac- cident develop in his rearview mirror and thought he was only a witness, but when he got out to assist the accident victims, he discovered that the run- away wheels which caused the whole incident came off his rig. Jerry L. Massey, 10-year-old son of ', Jerry F. Massey of Formoso, received mmor injuries when he was apparently pushed off a trailer at the threshing bee. Tug of war and water balloon toss are just two of the all age group games that were being played during the Jewel l County Fair. RickFink, 25 years old, rollerskated through Jewell recently. He is skating from Austin, Texas to Canada and try- ing to break world records doing it. 10 Years Ago A search of two.residences in Mankato, July 18, ledge the arrest of al9-year-old. He has been accused of theft and burglaries in a possible six- county area. The Jewell County Solid Waste Department will receive a $25,462.95 grant from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Governor's Solid Waste Grants Advi- sory Committee. The grant funds will go toward the purchase of a trailer, a wood chipper and for public education activities in Jewell County. Vera Frost celebrated the 80th birth- day Aug. 1, Zelma Paul celebrated her 91st birthday July 28, and Bemiece Shirley celebrated her 90th birthday Aug. 3. Total moisture for the week was 2.78. Moisture year to date was 22.14. More than 60 children attended Mankato Community Vacation Bible School last week. A quilt, contributed by Faryl Lange, Mankato, a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church is part of the quilt auction sponsored by Camp Tomah Shinga, a Lutheran Outdoor Ministry, Junction City. The auction is Aug. 5 and will feature more than 50 quilts. i i Parkview Haven Nursing Home Deshler, Neb. .......... ; acceptin  ....... applications for a Part-Time Dietary Aide For further information and an application, call Sheryl Fuller (402) 365-7237 33-3c i i THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B One Year Ago A fresh young face will be joining the Rock Hills High School Faculty this year. As a recent graduate of Em- poria State University and a 2006 graduate from Beloit High School, Katie Whipple might seem more likely to fit in with the student body than the faculty, but don't be fooled. Nestled in its new location between the bank and the post office, the Formoso library is outto MakeA Splash this summer. Keith Roe, Mankate, will serve as the Jewell County chairman of Derek Schmidt's campaign for Kansas attor- ney general. The bell pealed and hymns re- sounded from the ceiling for the last time as approximately 100 members, former members and friends gathered June 27 for the final service atMontrose United Methodist Church. Lake Emerson, situated by the new water tower in Jewell, was renoecated recently and is ready for visitors. Colin Anthony Wirth was born to Brenden and Pamela Wirth on July 11. The Rock Hills FFA and FBLA organizations prepared and served the threshing bee breakfast at the histori- cal building. All of the donations went to Joey Zadina and his family for medi- cal expenses. The group raised $1,042. Dispatch By Richard Verhage i i i Greeters for die Sunday worship service were Dave and Jennifer Draayer and family, Elton and Joyce Keeps. Passage Sunday morning was Psalm 90. Theme Sunday morning "Dwell- ing in the Lord Always." Message Sunday evening was "Significant Lives." Bob Keeps and Don Keeps lead services Sunday. Melanie gave the children's mes- sage Sunday. Happy birthday to Randy VandeRiet. There's no quicker way of cooking your goose than by letting your temper boil over. Take your thoughts to bed with you, for the morning is wiser than the evening. HELP WANTED Competitive wages Must have a drivers license and good driving record. Previous grain elevator experience preferred but not required. Pre-employment drug screening and physical required. Inside or outside work available. Positions available in Courtland and Scandia. Equal Opportunity- Employer Call 785-527-0936 Hansen Mueller Co. Courtland, Kan. 33_ Seasonal Harvest Help Elevator Operators and Scale Operator Cargill in Carleton, Neb., is currentl looking for two individuals who are seeking an opportunity for seasonal work, Elevator Operator req uirements are: - Experience in the operation of equipment in a grain handling facility or similar production environment, (Preferred, but not required) - Strong mechanical skills. - Experience with housekeeping and sanitation programs - Ability and willingness to work weekends, nights and shift work as needed during harvest. Willing to work as is needed to load trains or complete production tasks which cannot be completed during normal operating hours. Cargill in Carleton, NE is currently looking for an individual who is seeking an opportunity for seasonal work. Scale Operator requirements are: - Strong communication, math & organization skills - Strong work ethic and excellent attendance record - Self motivated - Computer experience helpful - Customer oriented - Seek career opportunity and challenge - Adaptive to changing environment - Ability to mulUtask - Grain knowledge helpful - Work well within a team environment If either of the above descriptions describe you, then you should contact Cargill ASAP, Applicants will have the opportunity to work weekends and overtime. If you think you meet these qualifications, please email your resume to or mail your resume to Cargill Aghorizons PO Box 145, Carleton NE 68326 ATTN: Max Mobley. You may also drop your resume off at our office in Carleton. The successful candidate must consent to a drug and alcohol screening and a criminal background check. Cargill, Inc. PC Box 190 210 3rd St. Carleton NE 68326 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 33-1c