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"~A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 1, 1973 g 1 --- Pe rso na Is Avey's Gang: Do it again! We like it! We like it! WILDC AZ ROOTE ..... THIS YEAR select your per- sonalized Christmas cards from the Vogue, Deluxe and Kent lines. Available at The Superior Express. 1a--Pets HELP WANTED. $800 per PICTURE FRAMING. month. Taking applications Mouldings, glass and now for job starting Jan. 1, 1974. materials in stock. Arlo Job is to run disposal service in Doehring, 920 Kasnas Street, Belleville, Kan, For further Superior. 10-33-tfc details and personal interview contact Brewer Disposal SOr- HYDRAULIC JACKrepair. Bill vice, Hebron, Neb. Phone 40~- Morris Ford. 10-43-4c 768-6160. e~12-4c WELL DRILLING. LeRoy LINCOLN STAR morning paper Maruim. Red Cloud, Neb. Phone 746-3373. boy. Phone 879.4557. David 10-40-tfc AKC CARDIGAN Welch Cori puppies for sale, $75.00 Mrs. Glen Aurand, Hardy. Phone 913- 361-2637. la~A'Ip hours per week. Health in- REGISTERED A.K.C. Pekingese puppies for sale at 1230 Idaho. Phone 402-879-4205. 1-43-2C Schmit. 8-424fc RADIATOR REPAIR. Bill STEADY, YEAR round em- Morris Ford. 10-2-tfc ployement. Welders, machine operators, and unskilled laborers. Day and night shifts. Minimum starting pay for full time unskilled $2.27 per hour-- Day shift. Night shift--S2.67 per hour. Time and one half over 40 FOR SALE: Two German short hair hunting dogs, one year old, and one Britney female, two years old. See or call after 5, Glen Taylor, Deshler, Neb. Phone 402-365-7263. la-43-2c EIGHT ST. BERNARD puppies for sale. Contact Steve Laird. Belvidere, Neb. 68315. Phone 402-768-2265. Ia-44-4p 2--Garage Sale GARAGE SALE Friday, Nov. 2. Dinette set, washer, dryer, air conditioner, tent, table, Christmas decorations, books and all the usual stuff. Jerry Combs, north of cement plant. 2-44-Ip surance plan, bonus incentive plan, paid vacation, paid holidays and other fringe benefits. Apply at Reinke Manufacturing Company, Deshler, Neb. 68340 3-36-tfc 12-YEAR-OLD experienced baby sitter. Jeanne Sumpter. Call 879-4265. 10-43-21) Leading Nebraska Corporation Expan .'d ng our agency force PIANO PUPILS. For in- formation, call Mrs. Lloyd Barges, Nelson. Phone 225-5051. 10-43-2c STUMP REMOVAL and all other tree services needs. Contact Brewer Tree Service, Hebron, Neb. Phone 768-6160. 10-51-tfc 12--Livestock FOR SALE: Tried Polled Shorthorn bull, registered. B. We have an opening in this LyRe. Phone879-8566. 12-44-1p area for an ambitious person, _ agricultural background helpful. Some college preferred but not required. Possible $10200 and up annual income. Group life insurance, retirement plan. Write Farm Bureau Insurance, Box 608, McCook, Neb. 6~01, giving name, address and Wesent FOR SALE: Duroc York FI crossbred open gilts. Out of SPF stock. Bill Corman, Hardy. Phone 279-3374. 12-44-2c FOR SALE: One-bedroom five- room house with basement and glassed-in porch. Has large lot 110 feet wide, storm cave, fruit trees and large garage. Will show by appointment. O. F. Crispin. Phone 879-3101.24-44-1e 16--Misc. For Sale MR. FARMER: Now is the time 3--Lost or Stolen in superior area. Plus reg=ar - 'Visit E Bar 0's TIRE ~-for caJh and vacation bommes, Chevrolet pickup six miles hinge benefits. Regardless of Gift Corral north and three-fourths mile east of Superior. Reward of. fered. Gale Mikkelsen, Ruskin. Phone 226-3271. 3-44-1p occupation. Replies con- to protect your farm from fidential. 4c tmwanted trespassers with No TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Trespassing and No Hunting Offers high income op- Signs available from The portunity to mature individual Superior Express. 37-12p experience airmail A. N. Pate, Pres., Texas Refinery Corp. Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. 8-44-Ic POLICE OFFICER wanted. 4--Strayed Fringe benefits. Salary $500 a _ month. Apply at Police A STEER with two notches in Department, Red Cloud, or call left ear strayed from pasture 746-2612or746-3717. ~43-2c two miles south of Abdal. -- ..... Herold Warneking. Phone 879- 10--Work Wanted 8443. 4-41-4c WHITE FACE horned calf weighing 300-500 lbs. lost or strayed 3 miles north and one west of Republic. Has steel ear tag. Bob Burge, 913-361-2101: 3-43-3p --For Rent TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE. See John King at Gambles. No phone calls #ease. 6-44-1c MOBILE HOME lots for rent. Coaches Inn Mobile Home Park. Phone 879-4143. 6-26-tfc NOW RENTING spaces for trailer homes. Floyd Butler. Phone 879-4340. 6-34-tfc 7--Wanted WANTED TO rent an apart- Bent in down-town area for elderly lady. Phone 679-4694. 7-43-21) TO BUY GOOD USED gas wall furnace. Herbert Atkins. 7-44-1p 879-3660. morningsoldy, I0-42-3c All types of leather items, saddles, chaps, tack Westerfl cards, Western patterns Repair work done E Bar O Leather Owen and Eva Deterding 355 Park Superior, Neb. Register now for leather craft classes beginning soon ~2c IIIIII The Superior Express Phone 879-3291 Classified Rates (Payable in Advance) ONE WEEK, per word 6c Minimum charge 90c TWO WEEKS, per word llc THREE WEEKS, per word 16c For Additional Weeks Add 5 cents Per Word CARD OF THANKS, 20 words or less $1.00 Additional words; per word 5c CLASSIFIED DISPLAY, per inch $1.25 Subsequent issues (minimum four), per inch $1.00 CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 5 p.m. Tuesday. BLIND ADVERTISEMENTS--Advertisements running blind under the name of The Express must be answered by letter. Answers must be called for within 10 days after the last insertion. There is an additional charge of 75 cents over the cost of the ad for this form. CLASSIFIED INDEX Run your advertisement under any of the following 8.-Help Wanted FULL TIME station attendant, very good pay schedule, time and half over 40 hours, in- surance prograin, paid vacation, bonus, other benefits. New housing available. Foote Service Inc., Chester, Neb. 8-43-2C WANTED headings: 1--Personals 23--Used Cars 1a--Pets 23a--Body Repair 2--Garage Sale 23b--Auto Service 3---Lost or Stolen 23c--Radiator Repair 4---Strayed 23d--Car Wash 5--Found 23e--Tire Repair &---For Rent 24--Real Estate 7---Wanted 24a--Mobile Homes 8---Help Wanted 24b--Rent, Buildings 25--Land for Rent 9--Male Help Wanted 2{~--Notice 9a--Female Hell= 27~Fertilizer 10---Work Wanted 27a--Chemicals 12--Livestock 28--Farm Loans 13--Trade 29---Electrician 14--Machinery 29a--Welding 14a---Sale Calendar 30--Beautician 15---Opportunities 30a--Musical Instr. 15a--Spraying 31--Insurance 3In---Auctioneer I~--MIsc. For Sale 32--Refrigeration 17--Radio and TV 33---Professional 17a--Memorials 33a---Lodges 18--Household Goods 34--Plumbing 18a--Antiques 34a---Roof ing 2G--Poultry 3&--Card of Thanks 21---Feed and Seed 37--1n Memoriam 2In---Irrigation 40---Contractors --- ~_1 .... I I I IIIII ..... KEYS MADE while you wait. Bill Morris Ford. 16-49-tfc I I 23---Used Cars CUSTOM COMBINING, ~ord FOUR GOOD, USED TIRES, or milo. James Butl~.. Call SlgEIi'/k15;$5~:~: THE VERY, very: f~ for: 1968 CHEVROLET 4-door, Stnck. Phone 879-4353. 16-44-3p vinyl floors is Seal Gloss straight shift, clean inside WATCH REPAIR. Richard Hawkins Superior Jewelers, 326 Central, Superior. 10-22-tfc PAIR 7.75x14 new fires. Five miles west of Superior west fiver bridge. John Hiatt. 16-44-1p TRUCK SEATS. Rebuilt and recovered. Bill Morris Ford. 16-22-tfc TRENCHING. back hoe digging, etc. Shorey Tren- ching Service, 905 East Second St., Superior. Phone 879-4018. 10-48-tfc SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR. Call Larry Brazil, Licensed electrician. Phone 879-3104 after 5 p.m. 10-424fc u a ' STOP THAT LEAK Part-time or full-time Drivers KIRBY Vacuum Sweeper Sales and Service. See Marshall W. Vale, 305 Central, Superior, Neb. 16-16-tfc ORDER EARLY, mail early and avoid the rush. Select your personalized 1973 Christmas cards while our stock is complete. The Superior Express 42-4p KEEP, CARPET CLEANING problems small--use Blue Lustre wall to wall. Rent electric shampooer $1. Chard Drug Store. 16-44-Ic acrylic finish. It's non yellowing. Slusher Furniture. 16-44-1c WHEN YOU really care, send personalized ~Hstmas cards from The Superior Express. 42-4p 17--Radio and TV DICK'S T.V. located in hotel lobby, Mankato, Kan., has used color sets, consoles, and portables priced with guarantee. 1974 R.C.A/s in stock, dose-out prices on all l~J models. 17-37-tfc FOR SALE: Three-year-old R.C.A. color console. (Will trade) Dick's T.V., Mankato, Kans. Phone 913-378-3123. 17-37-tfc REPOSSESSED R.C.A. XL-100, dual speakers, color console (Will Trade). Dick's T.V. Mankato, Kan. Phone 913-378- 3123. 17-37-tfc 18--Household Goods 1973 DIAL-"N"-SEW 6 Payments $7.00 Will zig zng, sew on buttons, mends, darns, buttonholes and more. For information call 879-4428 1974 VACU UM CLEANER $3.00 Per Week Real nice, used about one and one-half months. $36.00 cash or terms. For information carl 879-4428 1974SINGER 6 Payments $10.00 Used but in excellent condition, Zigs zags, makes fancy stitches, makes buttonholes. Will take trade-in. For information call 879-4428. NEED --'- A SPECIAL busine~ form or a regular statement the place to have them printed is The Superior Express. tfc TRY GOLDEN STAR Carpet shampoo from Walt's Fur- It-ffc niture Store. Use hand sham- ,. pooer free or rent electric shampooer at $1.00 a day. Cleans rugs, drapes, upholstery aafely, 16-44-1c and out, good second car or school car. Phone 402-879- 4115. 23-44-1p FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet %- ton pickup, V6, three-speed, long wide box, air conditioner and other custom items. 42,000 miles. Good condition. $1,700. Vernon Quy, 1126 Washington, Superior. 23-41-tfc 1951 CHEVROLET three-fourth ton pickup. Good paint, good condition. Phone 402-879-4115. 23-44-1p 1953 CHEVROLET V4 -ton pickup. New paint, good rubber, good condition. Phone 402-679-4115. 23-44-1p 1963 CHEVROLET four- door V-8 Automatic, Phone 879-4485. 23-43-1p FOR SALE: 1952 Ford truck, one and one-half ton with hoist and box, Ca11879-3069. 16-41-3c FOR SALE: 1969 2-door, hard- top, 440 Dodge Coronet, good condition. Republic, 913-361- 2101. 23-42-2p r 23e--Tire Repair Fast and Expert Flat TIRE REPAIRING Truck-Tra ctor-Auto B&S Tire Market Superior, Nebraska FOR SALE: Two bedroom house, close to down town. Considerable repair work has been done on this home. Vernon Quy, 1126 Washington Street. Phone 879-4187. 24-22-tfc TWO BEDROOM home, located at 222 West Third Street in Superior. Mrs. Clifford Grove. Phone 979-8356. 24-34-tfc Meat Processing and Locker Business FOR SALE In progressive community. Approximately 300 locker boxes and two walkin coolers with other equipment in good condition. USDA approved. Owners retiring. Good going business. For appointment call 402-385-4240, Brettmann Real Estate, Herbert Brettmann- Broker, Deshler, Nebraska. 24a--Mobile Homes FOR SALE: 1970 12x64 Lyn- brook mobile home, three bedrooms with one and half bath. Completely set up. See at Butler's Trailer Court, Lot 3, Superior, Neb. 24a-40-tfc. NOW STOCKING and selling mobile homes. Two nice homes in stock. Come and take a look. Floyd Butler. Phone 879- 4340. 246-38-tfc iwr3 TRAVELMATE 17' self- contained camper trailer. Used five times. $700 off list. Contact Den Johansen. Phone 402-879-4(}82. 24a-44-1p LIKE NEW NuWa camper trailer. Sleeps six. Has heater and refrigerator. Runs by electricity, car battery or propane. Phone 758-3406 or 758- 3401. 16-43-1c FOR SALE: Zimmer mobile home, 60x12. Phone 879-4594. Maynard Crispin. 246-44-tfc 26--Notice ...... , RUMMAGE SALE at the Fire Hall Saturday, Oct. 27, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 26-43-1c Nora United Methodist Annual Bazaar and Soup Supper THURSDAY NOV. 8, 1973 Serving begins at 5:30p.m. and the bazaar auction at 8:00p.m. $1.00 per person for salad, pie and all the soup youcaneat City Dump Hours East Dump For Garbage and Refuse Monday--Wednesday--Friday l:00to6:00p.m. West Dump Apply in person at Herman Brothers IF YOUR ROOF LEAKS... DON'T CUSS... CALL US All Work Guaranteed In Roofing Business 13 Years FREE ESTIMATES PETE BUREMAN ROOF ING Phone JA7-2673 1401 1 Street--l~Aleville, Kan. Cesspool and Septic Tank Construction Also Cesspool and Septic Tank Cleaning Derowitsch & Son Belleville, Karl. Phone JA 7-2860 (Call Collect) 7-tfc j i i Steamway Ca rpet And Upholstery Cleaning Carpet Installation Lores Boman Highway 8 East Superior, Neb. Hebron, Neb. 44-Ic 203-768-6074 20-eow-tfc BYBTIIMB BUILDING COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Commerc!al Buildings Archzteetural Steel Wall Panels and Trim Farm Buildings CONSTRUCTION, Inc. WE LOAN carpet shampooers FREE with Blue Lustre purchase. Also rent electric s/~ampooer. $I a day rental. Slusher Furniture Store, Superior, Neb. 16-44-Ic VALLEY west Third Street Superior, Nebruka 20-tfe SOUP'S on, the rug that is, clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Pedersen Lumber Co., Hardy, Neb. 16-44-Ic EXCELLENT, efficient, economical, Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 16-44-1c READY MIXED CONCRETE For All Your Cement Requirements Valley Building Center Phone 879-3296 Superior, Neb. tfc Sand and Gravel Cal I Da venport 364-2821 col lect for a II your sand and gravel needs. We will deliver to your iob Bergt Bros., Inc. Formerly Bondegard Sand and Gravel For Building Materials And Trees Thursday--Saturday--Sunday l:00to6:00p.m. 19-tfc i ,Ha | SHOW THE world you are a Nebraska Cornhusker sup- porter with "Go Big Red" signs personalized with your own name. Available from The Superior Express, only $3.95. 37-Sp FIVE FAMILY rummage sale at Fire Hall Saturday, Nov. 3, 23e-tfcat 9 a.m. 26-44-1c 24--Real Estate 30--Beautician LADmS: lines of baant services. Haircutting, a speciality. Call Theresa Meier. Phone 879-4068. Also style cuts for men, evenings for your conviences. 856 East Fourth Street. 30-44-4c FOR SALE: Two houses, located at 1140 North Central and 181 South Central. Phone 879-4215. 24-41-tfc MODERN TwO-bedroom house for sale. Phone 879-3120. 24-43-2c 30a--Musical Instr ,,,,. Farmers State Bank WANTED TO BUY: Used of Superior pianos. Highest cash prices paid. Write Gerald Henke, 941 Offers W. 79th Place, Denver, Colo. Experience andComplete 80221. Please include pltone Farm Management Service number. 306-43-2p Farm and City 34--Plumbing Real Estate Sales FARM LOANS RHOADS PLUMBING and Heating. Gonlds pumps and Contact Ritchie waterers. Darrell AF I o Doeh r i ng Rhoads. Hardy, Neb. Phone 279- 24-17-tfc 3840. 34-37-tfc TURN YOUR car or truck into a moving billboard with vacuum formed plastic signs from The Superior Express. 16-51- p FOR ALL Sizes of velopes from t smallest be sure to Superior Third Street 36--Card of Thanks A BIG thank you to all my relatives and friends for the nice cards, gifts and flowers I received while I was in the hospital. A special thanks to Dr. Hallgrimson, the hospital staff and a great bunch of nurses for the best of care. Dave Jorgensen. 38-44-Ip I WISH to thank everyone for their cards, visits, flowers and other remembrances while I was in Mary Lanning Hospital. Your kindnesses were greatly appreciated. Rudolph Faimon. 38-44-Ic I WISH to thank my friends for their cards, flowers, gifts and other kind~esses shown to me and my parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith, and to Dr. Hallgrimson, Dr. Stynner and the hospital staff for their good care. Dennis Smith. 36-44-1c OUR SINCERE thanks to our friends for the gifts, flowers, cards and other remembrances and to Dr. Hallgrimson and the nurses for their good care. Mrs. Norman Smith and Darren. 38-44-1c Admitted: Mrs. Baird, Hardy; Superior; Mrs. Superior; David Superior;Mrs. Nelson; Rick Superior; Cecil Samaritan Center, William Konzack, Mrs. Hal Gaddis, Kan.; Mrs. George Edgar; Donald Superior; Arnold Ruskin; Carl C. Superior; Arthur Superior; Arthur Hardy; Carrie Samaritan Center, LeAnn Petersen, Former re hospitalized here Mrs. Hal Gaddis of Kan., is a Nuckolls County suffered a heart blood clot in her Saturday afternoon visiting at the home daughter, Mrs. Snavely, and Gaddis is a former Superior and has Cloud, Mankato Editor's Note: Nancy Jensby I am the 16-year-old of Webber recently returned of Mr. and Mrs. Roy from an Christian Webber, and a Citizenship Seminar to New Court,and High York City and Washington, D.C. sponsored by In thefoliowing, she shares her Women's Society experiences: Service and the Before leaving New York we sponsored by visited the Empire State Methodist Building, Statue of Liberty, and consisted of 38 other the United Nations Building. At teenagers of all the UN we attended meetings denominations and five discussing the Middle East The bus left the Refugee Problem. Oct. 16 the group was in on Oct. 12. Washington, D.C., where the York City the evening seminar focused on the Powers dS r xebetwe m ongressional While in New ecufive Branches of the seminar focused Government and also Economical Problems. Several speakers talked on various topics including Agnew's resignation, impeaching Nixon, Watergate, and the Church in Government and Society. We talked with reporters on the Washington Pest about conflicts betwem them and the govern- mental leaders. The group also visited the House and Senate while in action and visited with congressmen. I met Hubert Humphrey and attended one of his committee meetings on food shortage. We had a chance to tour all of the national monuments and the White House. At the White House, David Wheat spoke and an- swered all of our questions about President Nixes. Before leaving Washington we at- tended a play, "Full Circle" at the John F. Kennedy Center. I have benefited a lot from this trip and now understand the way our government works. I saw things in the cities that are hard to believe when you read about them in books. East War and the Oil heard opposing the Middle East speakers from Israel, Lebanon, and Saudia From this, members group held interesting on the United volvement in the speakers in New york: representatives companies who shortage problem. We also visited cathedrals and Sunday morning in The group found time to make city, going from the wealthy homes to areas, which was believable contrast. an evening in Village and also Washington Square which is a church for run-aways, and permitted us to see a musical "Don't Can't Cope" and film shows. HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASS I F I E D AD BE CLEAR. Readers respond more quickly and given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. results always insert: code, your name and complete mailing address. have regular hours, give a preferred time to have you. PLACE YOURSELF in the reader's position and ask what you would like to know (about your offer). The give will make a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not lack of readership, but because they do not contain formation to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can be your advertisement by ordering stop your ad in the event of results and the pay it is published. There are also special rates for desirous of keepingtheir name or offer week. HOW TO P LAC E YOUR CLASSl FlED AD Dial 402-679-3291 or mail to P.O. Box 408, Superior, 68978. DEADLINES Copy for all regular Classified ads, cancellations tions is accepted until 5 p.m. Tuesday. Classified Office Hours are: toSPm. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. till 12 noon, I p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. till Noon THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 148 East Third Street