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ill /" i- . Express and Do00t Let" 777e00e O00ortumY/e00 Record Classifieds S i //p ' :) Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to t48 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad [ U'STSELL!NSteelbuildings: 30x48, WE WOULD like to thank Harvard ,.., 'J X48,40x60,50x80,60x96,60x120, Rest Haven, Superior Good Samari- cl--'a .1 128, 100x105, 100x208. Ideal for tan Center and Mary Lanning Hospi- Ion ;  Uses. Huge discountsN! Winter tal forthe care given dad. Athankyou )0-I spring delivery. Call 800-866- to Pastor Warner and the ladies for 4. the lunch and to those who expressed , TEEL BUILDINGS sa e: 5,000 plus their sympathy to us by way of food, g ," memorials and visits. The Clifford tbi nt. es. AII-steelforlastingvalue! Down- Young family. 36-50-1p ind I re service to meet your building le   eeds. Call for free brochure at 800- THANK YOU everyone for calls, vis- It -0790, Extension'79 or log on at its, flowers, gifts and food both before if 0u Ww.sentinelbuildings.com. Senti- and after my surgery. You all are 1,.1 19, N Buildings. wonderfulandmeanalottome.Joline ..-.__. -- 8-Household Goods Allington. 38-50'1p t,,   I WOULD like to thank everyone for eo " ANASONIC UPRIGHT canister their prayers, visits, phone calls and luS Us aCUum sweepers-in stock at Dick's flowers following my recent surgery. rn4 Is, , Furniture and Appliance. Also thanks to the doctors, nurses Eu id, 18-50-2c andtherapists fortheirexcellentcare. Specialthanks to PMA, Connie Raess, lilt Feed and Seed forherprayersandvisits.GeneWittke. rrl8 RAy FOR sale" Alfalfa, Brome, Corn 36.50-1p -'-"  |lltalks, mile stalks and wheat st aw.   |so will do hay hauling 402-236- ,at1  | 21-49-2p Courthouse News 'n".i00v v, ehicles Jewell County EX Register of Deeds sit(  1994 CADILLAC DeVille sedan. Ex- Larry Gillett, Richard L. Diamond .. .qlent condition, priced to sell, $4,350. and AI Micek, as trustees of the Larry _..... sin ff all 402-279-2925 noons and eve- Gillett share of Douglas Gillett. Trust idit rr ngs:_ 22-50-tfc No. i toZFarmsLLC: S l/2oftheSE ctd ! E)85 1/2 TON CHEVROLET, l/4ofSection28,TownshiplS, Range g eerado pickup. Two-wheel drive, 9W. on r 000 actual miles. 402-879-4993. Calvin L. Bohnert and Peggy M. 1,  22-50-2p Bohnert to Gene G. Foster 11I and Victoria A. Foster: a parcel of land in nat . 1976 NOVA, good transmission and theSE l/4ofSection 10,Township4S, ,'Xl   line, 1976 Nova, good body. Must Range 8W. ttiol jt L 402-225-3635, leave a message. James E. Matych and Joleen Matych   22-50-1c to James E. Matych and Jolene Matych: .I ,, W 1/2 SW 1/4 of Section 34,Township 3al'sil l" 2-365-7592.E38 Plymouth Horizon, all new tires. 4S, Range 9W. n01 , 22-50-3c James E. Matych and Joleen Matych rat e  to James E. Matych and Jolene Matych: 97 BLAZER, 4-door, 4x4, power W 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 29, Town- indows, locks, A.C., 120,000 miles, ship 4S, Range 9W. . ins great. $5,900. 402-225-2244. William E. Butts and June Butts to as ;'  22-49-2c DevinD.HerrodandCarrieK. Herrod: a 'part of the SE 1/4 of Section 25, ,d, d HOSKINS AUTO Township4S, Range 9W. 30 ' The Board of Commissioners of the so .p . SALES County of Jewell vs. Curtis D. Abell, et Some Jewell County farmer exhibits a sense of humor by setting uP a rest ill: " al. Case 02-C-02. Order to Sheriff area for deer hunters near acountry road northeast of Mankato. No report has 4, DRIVEA LITTLEAND SAVE KimW. Ost to advertise sell real estate come in as to usage ofthe convenience. .48 ; to Wayne McElroy: Tract 43, Lots 10, " A LOT 11, 12 in BIk. 4, Brigham, Crill and  a __O__ 2.9  Randall's Second addition to City of uc|.essa-tentonla EI ' Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Randall. I- ' Hastings, Neb. Rome Flynn, Bob Flynn, Donna Davis, Robert Davis and Ronnie Biggs 2 "1 ; Phone 402-463-1466 to Helen C. Anderson: E 65 feet of Lois t Phone 402-743-2255 5 and 6 in Block 7, in original townsite 22-10-tfc of the City of Mankato and an case- 49 '  ment on part of Lot 7 in Block 7. .--- ational City of Mankato to David fst '  Hazelwood: a tract land in the SE 1/4 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kattenberg and Steven Obert was a Sunday dinner KAWASAKI KLR250-03 of Section 1 l, Township 3S, Range Edna attended the basketball games at guest of Wilbur Oberts. 2" ' MSRP $3,999 sale $3,499 8W. Smith Center. The Lebanon Methodist Christmas , Garber's 402-729-2294 Limited Civil Maude Keller entered the hospital program was Sunday morning. lt 23-50-1c DirectMerchantsCCBankvs.Trina at Beloit Wednesday. Audrey Young visited with Mrs. Schutze, Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to Lee Shirley at the doctor's office in 'R Traffic 1- eat Estate the Stephen and Carol Cordel's 25th Beloit. Mrs. Shirley taught at the Trina B. Schultze, Jewell, speed- anniversaryopenhouseatDowns.They Westbranch School and was interested :, 'OMPLETELY RESTORED, five. ing, g3-60, $221. stoppedtoseeGladysSentiforawhile, tohearaboutthepeoplewholivethere. . droom house for sale by owner. Mile L. Shellito, Smith Center, ' Audrey YoungandJoyceRittervis- Herdaughter, Martha, was in 4-H with all days 402-469-6223, evenings speeding, 77-60, $131. ited Maude Keller at Beloit. Carolyn Sipe. ' -87-4208. 24-18-tfc ShermanG.Frahm, Colorado City, CarolynSipeAndresendiedatLin- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beck visited Colo., speeding, 76-65, $95. coln, Neb. Services were at Hastings Audrey Young Sunday evening. ,5-Mobile Homes Guy E. Mitchell, Formoso, no flags Saturday morning. She formerly lived ' I OUBLE WIDE trailer with good two- and oversize load signs, $159. in the Dentonia area as she attended r garage. All appliances included. Accidents school there and graduated from Esbon Dec. 2 at approximately 12 noon at High School. Her parents were Cloral k0Cated in east Nelson. Eldrick milepost 235 on South K-14 Highway, t" rUmmert 402-225-4197. 25-49-2p Philip E. Vetter, Randall. driving a 006-Notice 1998 Ford pickup had deer come out of $ the ditch striking the passenger side :IE YOU a Nebraska Admiral certifi- doorofhis vehicle. No injuries. Acci- tie holder9 We invite vou to join the dent investigated by Kim Ost. Dam- Assoc ation. Send ages braska Aclmiral exceeded $500. 10.00, name, address, phone num- Dec. 2 at approximately 5:20 p.m. r and name of governor who made on a Jeweli County road 14 miles north !U an admiral to NAA, P.O. Box and four miles east of 36 and North K- L 1723, Lincoln, Nob, 68501. 14 junction, Joan D. Ross, Webber, " driving a 1995 Buick had two deer -Thank You come out of the ditch striking the ]i ANK'You to our relatives and driver's front side of her vehicle. No injuries. Accident investigated by Kim For All Your j[I | :, *ds for the flowers, gifts, beaut ful Ost. Damages exceeded $500. r'l _* t-  'ds Needs. and well wishes we received at Dec. 8 at approximately 6:20 p.m. z-r00n00tng | ' .5.0th wedding anniversary eel- on aJewell County road one mile north ; | atlon. Thanks to our family for fromlonia, ShenaB.Colson,Mankato, . |i .=ung the event and making every- driqing a 1996 Plymouth was south | ! g.so special. Blessings to all. Max bound on a county road and struck a I  ,. Eqqers. 36-50-1p deer. Accident investigated by Fulmer. | a,t, ean out the attic or basement and sell Damages exceeded $500.  t  those unused items in The Express ,-,1_ !: asslfieds. 879 3291 to "1 Phone 402- - 00ourtnouse Envelopes Business Cards News P ace your ad. I1. Nuckolls County I I tl | | Thayer County nursing and have Nebraska RN license. Send resume attention: i3. Malissa Sittler rector of Human Resources 120 Park Avenue F Hebron, Neb. 68370 or more information, call 402-768-4641 to See our website W.thayercountyhealth.com Ci'dSdi  an ecl ual opportunity employer II Per,...-" ,.,,es not discriminate against any I I - -",m on the basis of race, color, national | ...gin, disability or age. ] Traffic and Misdemeanor Speeding: Andrew M. Jensen, Co- lumbus, $25, Ismael Cavazos, Jr., Geneva, $25; Nicolas C. Fuller, Deshler, $75. Eugene V. Schutz, Cozad, viola- . tion of 10 hour rule, $50. Austin J. Buresh, Davenport, ille- gal parking, $10. District Court Gregory A. Dunlap vs. Jenifer L. Dunlap, petition for dissolution of marriage. DanaM. Knoell vs. Kevin E. Knoell, petition of dissolution of marriage. Real Estate Transfer Eugene Miller to Gerald Miller, Trustee of the Eugene Miller Revo- cable Trust, NW I/4 and E 1/2 NE 1/4 7-3-8. Leo Sykora to Rita A. Wright, Lots 10, 11 and 12, Block 13, O. T. Supe- rior. Linda A. and Gall E. Kleen, David L. and Diane K. Meyer and Patricia L. and Troy D. Shuck to Christine J. Loontjer, Part NW 1/4 15-2-5. Michelle L. Boatman (formerly Michelle L. Piper) and Alan Boatman to John L. and Donna K. Jensen, S I/2 Lot 1 and 2, Block 28, E. Superior to O. T. Superior. Thursday, December 12, 2002 Students write, draw about citizenship .. . Allison Thomrson, White Rock ' )bltuarles fourth grade student, was the winner of V a Citizenship Essay and Art Contest sponsored recently by Jewell County Clu'olll/tdresen Family and Community Education. Her essay and artwork is eligible Carolyn M. Andresen, 64, Hastings, state competition, Neb., died Dec. 3 at Madonna Reha- Velma German, representing the bilitation Hospital, Lincoln, Neb. county FeE, visited county elemen- Carolyn was born Apri129, 1938,in Burr Oak to Cloral and Marcella tary schools in the fall, presentin in- formation on citizenship and inviting students to participate in the contest. Other students who participated in the contest, all from Marilyn Walker's class at White Rock, were Regan Jeffery, Seen Mohlman, Kevin Garman, Jessica Hancock, Anthony Burgess, Travis Boyles, Jennifer Bryant and Cortney Kuhlman. Parents as Teachers By Amanda Anderson Problem solving It's hard not to step in with help when your toddler is struggling to solve a problem. Learning to turn a door- knob or retrieve a bali from under a chair takes time. Let your child try her own solutions for a while. If you sense that frustration is mounting, offer help. Do only the parts your child can't ac- complish alone. Toddler collage Tearing paper develops toddlers' muscles and coordination for using scissors when they're older. Have your toddler tear up pieces of colored paper. Give her a glue stick to attach paper to a sheet of cardboard. Guide Rock Library The Library Board entertained the fourth through sixth grades at a tree trimming party. June Armstrong ex- plained to the children what Chrismons are and why they were made. Each child hung a decoration on the tree. Bonnie Ohmstede gave a brief story of how the library started. The children sang several Christmas songs. Cook- ies and punch were served. A few parents and grandparents were present at the program. Candy canes were handed out as the children left. Letters To The Editor At this time of year many children are looking forward to vacation from school, presents and happy times with family and friends. There are children however whose only wish this season is for a safe, loving home. I am writing on behalf of children who have been abused, neglected and are in need of love, support and guidance. Some of these children have been placed in fos- ter care or are awaitin'g adoptive homes. Kansas Children's Service League (KCSL) is the not-for-profit agency that provides foster care and adoption dren, are needed in Jewell County and the surrounding area. Foster and adoptive parents can be married or single, working inside or outside of the home and they can be parents or without children of their own. Foster parents are able to specify the ages and gender of the children they care for. Foster parents receive extensive and ongoing training, sup- port from KCSL, financial reimburse- ment and the satisfaction of making a difference in the life of a child in need. By Ruth L. Obert Edgar and Veronica Marihugh de- and Sally Sipe who were 4-H leaders. livered Esbon Lions Calendars. She has a brother, Richard, at Arling- Mr.wdMrs.J35,Okrtattend ton and nieces and 0cphgws and a step- 4ieices to children that have ben ' son and st ei-'dafigfi'ie/i Her husband placed.is the cq.ody of the state. Fos- Beloit.the eighth grade,bketball game at preceded hei" in death., ter and adoptive homes, for these chil- Lisa Rumbaugh, niece of Ruth If you have ever thought about be- Obert, reports a big snow at Dodge coming a foster or adoptive parent City with no school last Wednesday. please call. Winter is coming closer each day. Angels Beims Flyers Sale Bills Stationary Invitations Programs .arge or Small/ , Announcements , Carbonless Forms Computer Stationary Continuous Forms Graphic Design ..Brochures l ,00uper ior Publishing Co. 148 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3291 1 IIBB (Huffman) Sipe. She graduated from Esbon Rural High School and moved to Hastings in 1956. She, married John Andresen June 14, 1959. She was a route secretary for the circulation department of the Hastings Daily Tribune, was a member of First Christian Church, Does and Beta Sigma Phi. She was preceded in dcaih by hc parents and htlsband John. Surviving are step-son, Jay W. Andresen, Oklahoma City, Okla.; step- daughter, Joni L. Andresen, Tucson, Ariz.; two grandsons; and a brother, Richard Sipe, Arlington. Services were Dec. 7 at Butler Volland Chapel, Hastings. Burial was in Parkview Cemetery, Hastings. Margaret Belden Margaret A. "Peg" Belden, 92, died Dec. 1. She was born in Mitchell County Nov. 14, 1910, the fourth child born or Rose and E.G. Duff. She grew up in the Asherville area and graduated from Asherville Rural High School in 1928. She taught in a one room school across the road from her home until she married Glenn A. Beiden Sept. 30, 1930. They lived in Jewell from 1932 to 1997. She was active in various church, community, and service organizations, taught 4-H sewing and knitting classes and later judged at area 4-H fairs. She was preceded in death by her husband. Survivors include a son, Bill, and two grandchildren. Services were Dec. 5 at Jewell Chris- tian Church. Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jewell, was in charge of arrangements. Clarence Briggs Clarence R. Briggs, 94, Republic, died Dec. 4 at Superior. He was the son of Lewis and Jennie Briggs, born Sept. 6, 1908, in J'ewell County. In 1931 he married Ruth Farnam. He farmed in Jeweli County before moving to California where he worked in aship yard. After the"war he worked on se,erai different ranches. After tiring he returned to Jewell County. Clarence was preceded in death by his wife and two sons, James and Bob. Survivors include a sister, Cecile Gardner, Montrose, two nephews and THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B , I | a niece. ': Graveside services were Dec. T, at Balch Cemetery, Formoso. : Betty Katen Betty Louise Katen, 69, Fairfiell Neb., formerly of Salina, died Nov. 27 She was born Betty Louise Burs on July 22, 1933, at Harris, Me. She attended school in Jewell and gradu- ated from Jewell Rural High School in 1952. She was a librarian for the C{ty of Fairfield Public Library. Her husband, Richard, died in 2002. Survivorh: :, , adaughter, Kathy }cvrcr, (;I{: li ihree sons, Toni, Wallshire, Olio, Randy, Gienvil,Neb., and Troy, Hastings, Neb.; two broUl- ers, Ronald Burks, Wichita, Raymolad Burks, Lincoln, Neb.; and nine grant- children. Services were Dec. 4 at Commu- nity Presbyterian Church, Fairfield, Neb. Burial was in Fairfield CemeteGy. McLaughlin Funeral Home handled 1 arrange ments. Haraht Taylor Harold U. Taylor, 80, Abilene, died Nov. 30 at the Beverly Health Care Center, Abilene. He was born Aug. 10, 1922,,in Jewell County, the son of Archly L. and Daisy (Woolman) Taylor. He at- tended local schools and graduated from Glen Elder High School. , He married Wanda Gish Aug. 10, 1943 in Beloit. They farmed near Glen Elder and Esbon from 1946 until 19,5. He then worked for an elevator co3- struction company, later managing n elevator in Abilene. He moved .to Topeka and returned to Abilene to make his home in 1985. Harold was a veteran of World War II, serving with the United States Army and was a member of the Brethren In Christ Church. Preceding in him death were his parents, two brothers and a sister. Survivors include his wife, Abilefie; three sons, Danny and Van, both of Abilene; Craig, Pearland, Texas; thr'ke daughters, Donna Strauss, Enterpri,'{e; Maria Jeffery, Bennington; a)d Deborah Parker, Olathe; two sisters, Martha Dickson, Topeka, and Phyliis Weidenhaff, Glen Elder; i 6 grandch]l- dren; and 22 great-grandchildren, t Services were Dec. 4, at the Bre- yen In Christ Church, Abilene, with the Revs. Charles Norman and Stiin Norman officiating. Interment wasin the Abilene Cemetery. Martin-Beckr- Carlson Funeral Home, Abilene, was in charge of arrangements. Custom Truck Supefi0r Pub00 -- -- - .=lm=u=__.... Superior, Neb. 68978 ill I[=K=][KHI[ 402- 79-3291 : ' I Books Available from i I I The Superior Express . 148 Eas:cThi8rd Sf;;;. ;.0O.#d9x;080;S; pJ r2g r2,. 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