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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 4, 2016 Classifieds 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 ad. 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 FARM. RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. MoelIer Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING in over 165 newspapers. Reach thousands of readers for 3225/25 word ad. Con- tact your local newspaper or call 1- 800-369-2850. 10 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. steffens bankruptcylawcom. We are a debt relief agency, which helps people file bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code. 10 1 2-Livestock S 81 S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- moval of dead cattle and horses. 1- 800-91 9-8360. 1 2-35-tfc I BUY HORSES. Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262 cell. 12-3-tfc 14-Sale Calendar TUESDAY, FEB. 9, Johnson County Neb., land auction. Beginning at 1 :30 pm. at the Tecumseh Community Center, 335 Clay St., Tecumseh, Neb. Selling 160 acres of mostly irrigated cropland for Catherine A. and Milan G. Ray. Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction LLC in charge of sale. 14-2-4p TUESDAY, FEB. 16, starting at 1 pm. at the Community Building in Guide Rock, Neb. Selling approxi- mately 481 acres of Webster and Nuckolls County land in two tracts for the Hilda Yung Estate. Thummel Real Estate and Auction, LLC in charge of sale. 14-3-4p WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, High- ways 81 and 8, Chester, Neb. Selling building, commercial property, bar equipment, beer signs and related items for the Sundowner Bar and Grill, Montgomery Auction and Re- alty in charge of sale. 14-4-7c THURSDAY, MARCH 24, Annual Superior Consignment Auction east edge ofSuperior, Neb. Consign items by March 1, to be advertised. Call Roy at 402-746-3823. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-4-90 THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 7th Annual Frieling Consignment Auction, High- -, way 36 west of Smith Center, Kan. Consign by March 15, to be adver- tised. Call Roy at 402-746-3823. 14-4-90 LSFD FUN‘DRAISING Auction- Feb. - 6, 1:30PM, 224 S. Main, Lindsborg. Fine art, quilts, collectibles, vacation packages, hay bales, bake sale, lots of great items, Lsfdauction.wix.com 15-Opportunities OWN YOUR own DOLLAR, BIG BOX, mail-ship, party, or womens clothing- accessory-boutique store. 100 per- cent financing, OAC from OAC $59,900 100 percent turnkey, 1-877- 500-7606, dollarstoreservicescoml start/KS 15 ENRICH YOUR life helping interna- tional High School students through placing, supervising their American exchange program experience. P/T, flexible hours, travel incentives, extra income. Julia Bazal, midwest@ise usa.org. 15 16-Misc. for Sale For Sale: Winchester gun and office safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-tfc FOR SALE: 20’ 40’ 45’ 48’ 53’ Stor- age containers centralcontainer.net or 785 655 9430 16 MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the IRS. 16-38-tfp 21 -Feed and Seed SMALL SQUARE bales, alfalfa-brome mix, wire-tie, shedded, in Mankato, call 785-545-6049. 16-1 -tfc 23-Recreational TOPEKA BOAT and Outdoor Show — Kansas Expocentre. Fri. to 5 1- 8pm, Sat. 2 to 6 10am-7pm, Sun. 2 to 7 11am-4pm. Screamin’ boat deals, 20 manufacturers, pro-angler semi- nars. www.TopekaBoat.com 1-800- 756-4788. 26-Notice THE NUCKOLLS County Immuniza- tion Clinic (for ages two-months to 18 years) will be held the second Wednesday at the Brodstone Memo- rial Hospital Specialty Clinic. Use the north entrance for the Superior Fam- ily Medical Center, Superior, Neb., from 2-4 pm. Bring immunization records. A $5 donation per child is requested. Please call ahead for ap- pointment, 402-879-4432 Ext 290. Sponsored by Brodstone Memorial Hospital. 26-41-oamc 30-Musical Instr. FOR SALE: Keys to Their Heart Pi- ano sale thru February 13. Find the perfect piano; over 130 to choose from as low as $49 per month. Mid- America Piano, Manhattan, 800-950- 3774. Preview sale at piano4u.com. 36 Thank you I WOULD like to thank everyone, especially family, for making my 75th birthday so special. Thank you, too, for all the cards, gifts, calls and best wishes I received. It made for a won- derful week. Thanks again and may God bless, Phyllis Schmitt 36-5-1 p BUSINESS CARDS Let us design and print a colored business card for you Superior Publishing Co. 148 E Third Street, Superior, Neb. 402879-3291 Carr iii-res Tnucrr i? THRILEB Herrera inc. WWW.GEHTJFIEDTBUCKHEPflifln 09M n gar} @313 . ;. ,4. ‘3:- I GO'I'I'SCH Ll 4.l5 VESTOCK FEEDERS, LLC L; Red Cloud, Neb. is currently looking to hire motivated and dependable FEED TRUCK DRIVERS Our full time benefits include Health, Dental, Life Insurance, 401 K and Health Savings Account If you are interested in this position and looking for steady employment Call Mike 402-469-1585 or 402-746-2222 4-2: Swanson M,BNEEOM£RY Thursday, March 24'“, 201 6 0 10 am. located along Truck Route on the East Edge of Superior, NE. Consign by February 24'" to be advertised! Sum Farm Equipment 0 Livestock Equipment Cars 0 Pickups 0 Trucks 0 More 1 ~ No Household Items ~ For more information contact: Roy Montgomery - 402.746.3823 (call or text) Email - info@montgomeryauction.com Roy Montgomery, Auctioneer/Broker Home: 402.257.2335-(ell: 402.746.3823 www.mntgomeryauction.com 1141 Hwy 78 o Guide Rock, NE mime": hfoomontqomeryaurtion-com AUCTION Obituaries William Dillon William Penn Dillon,101, a long- time Jewell County resident died Jan. 28, 2016, at the Jewell County Hospi- tal Long Term Care Unit. He was born Nov. 25, 1914, to William D. Dillon and Kate India Hoskins near Burr Oak. He worked for the Jewell County Highway Department for 45 years. His hobbies included gardening and col- lecting antiques. Surviors include his son, Dr W.L. Dillon, and wife, Joanne, of Parsons, Kan., and a daughter, Opal Culbertson, and husband Ron of Ashland, Kan., six grandchildren and 16 great-grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by par- ents; a son, Leroy Lee Dillon; his first wife, Junelda Hoard Dillon; and sec- ond wife, Ruth Campbell Dillon. Cremation has taken place. No visi- tation or memorial services are planned at this time. Online condolences may be left at www.melbymortuary.com. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrangements. x Delmar Garst Delmar Garst was born May 17, 1944, in Minneapolis, Kan., to Charles Alfred and Velma Gertrude (Jamison) Garst. He was one of 11 children born to them. He died on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016, at Integris Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City, Okla, at the age of 71 years, seven months and nine days. Delmar spent time in the Kan- sas National Guard, then worked at the meat packing plant in Mankato, Kan., until a heart attack left him retired to raise his five children. He is survived by his previous wife, Josephine Marie Garst of El Reno, Okla.; his children: Michael Jones of Oklahoma City, Okla; Monty andwife. ~q Judith Garst of El Reno, Okla.; Todd and wife Rebecca Garst of Blanchard, Okla. ; Amy and husband Randall Wells of Mineral Wells, Texas; and Jamie Langford of El Reno, Okla; his sib- lings: Paul and wife Darlene Garst, James and wife Aletha Garst, both from Mankato, Kan.; Shirley Hancock of Englewood, Colo.; and Sandra and husband Junior Leonard of Kearney, N eb.; 17 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Delmar is preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Velma Garst; brothers: Darrell and wife Carol Garst, Charles and wife Lenora Garst, Virgil and wifeFredaJamison,VerilJamison, Guy Neal and wife Shirley Garst, sis- ter Norma Garst. V ‘ Delmar was a loving husband, fa- ther and brother and had an enormous heart. He will always be loved and missed. JUST LISTED A celebration of life service for Delmar Garst will be Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, at 2 pm. at the Melby Mortuary Chapel, Mankato, Kan., with Pastor Thaddeus Hinkle officiating. Interment will be in the Glasco Cemetery, Glasco, Kan., next to his parents. Visitation will be Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, from 9 am. to 8 pm. The family will deter- mine a memorial at a later date. Online condolences can be left at www.melbymortuary.com. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, Kan., was in charge of local arrangements. p. J erold McCammon Jerold Von “Jerry” McCammon, 86, died Jan. 23 in Scottsdale, Ariz. Jerry was born Nov. 27, 1929, in Mankato. He served in the Korean War as a member of the United States Navy, and eventually settled with his wife and children in Derby, where he ran his own Barber Shop for more than 40 years. As a younger man, Jerry’s hobby was building and flying small airplanes. He often flew his family on short trips across the Kansas plains. Jerry carried his passion for airplanes to Boeing, where he worked for many years in the Blue Streak Machine Shop, retiring in 1993. After retiring from Boeing, Jerry and his wife moved to Arizona, where Jerry continued his profession as “Jerry the Barber,” cutting hair for many loyal customers until he was 84 years old. Jerry is survived by his wife of 65 years, Betty; four daughters, Debra Weber, Jara Stillwell, Vanessa Coukoulis and Hollis McCammon; son, Daniel McCammon; brother, Harold McCammon; eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Marvin and Opal McCammon; and a grandson, Vance Desandro. Interment will be at Veteran’s Na— tional Memorial Cemetery in Arizona. The family will hold private memorial services. Betty Lang Betty Ruth (Louder) Lang , 94, died Thursday at the Abilene hospital. She was born at the Beloit hospital to Mina (Jones) and Samuel Louder, Randall, Feb. 2, 1921. Later the family moved to"‘tli‘é”1’afa"dise neighborhood north- Real Estate for Sale MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE AUCTION, LLC Covering Nebraska and Kansas Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker (402) 879-4464 FOR KANSAS -NEBRASKA SALESPERSONS Corey Mikkelsen (402) 879-1504 Monte lmler' ......... .. (785) 794-2263 Brad Bouray ...Cell (402) 879-5927 NEBRASKA SALESPERSONS Selma Ferguson ....(402) 225-3641 Dale Kovanda ..... .. (402)225-3443 0 Website: mikkelsenauctionscom Facebook: lacebookcom/mikkelsenauction 956 N Commercial, 'Superior, Neb. 2bedroom,2bath with full basement home. Attached car garage. Property also has nice Wick 30 ft. x 45 ft. insulated, heated shop wlooncrete floor drain, large over- head door. This is a very nice property. Bartling Real Estate Roy Montgomery, Broker 402-746-3823 Brian Isernhagen, Real Estate Agent 0 402-768-3175 The Good Samaritan Society - Superior is seeking applications for: Full Time Day Nursing Assistant and Part Time Evening Medication Aide Apply online at wwwgood—samcom Good . Samaritan ocrety‘“ SUPERIOR '1? g». 1 Ann Hobson, RN, C, DNS 402-879-4791 1710 Idaho St. Superior, NE 68978 All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status; Drug Testing The City of 5-2c was». Is Now Taking Applications For Municipal Pool Manager, Assistant Manager and Life Guards POOL MANAGER REQUIREMENTS 1. Minimum Age - 19 2. Take State clinic and pass test or current pool operators certificate LIFE GUARD REQUIREMENTS 1. Minimum Age - 15 years at opening of season 2. Life Guard Certification (Life Guard Training Available) Please include a copy of your resume with your application Applications may be picked up at the City Office at Equal Opportunity 135 W. 4th St. in Superior. Employer Application 8 resumé must be returned to the 516 City Oflice by Friday, Feb. 26 at 4:30 pm. . . eat“: E.“ Reinert and Ezzy Fischer. east of Jewell. Betty graduated from Randall Rural High School in 1940. Early in 1942, she began working for Boeing Aircraft in Wichita build- ing B-29s. The factory closed one week after the end of WWII in August, 1945. Betty and Orville W. Lang were married Aug. 4, 1947, and made their home in the Chapman area. They were parents to three children, Gary W., Dale L, and Carolyn G. She was preceded in death by her sons, Dale and Gary; husband; Orville; two brothers, Max and Rollie Louder; and her parents. Survivors her daughter, Carolyn Masterson and husband, Salem, Ore; a sister, Maxine McAlavy, Moses Lake, Wash; three grandchildren, Jarod Masterson, Tisha Guilliani and Eliza- beth Lang. Her funeral was held Monday at Lundeen Funeral Chapel, Chapman. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Enterprise. “The disappointment of manhood suc- ceeds the delusion of youth.” HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 440 South Maple St. Nelson, Neb. In west Nelson, unfurnished two plus bedrooms, three floors, older but in fine condition. Lots of space inside and out. Force to sell because of health of others. Asking $39,500 Price is negotiable for offers and approximately February occupancy. gx . 12-1 -9 in Webster County, NE 136, go miles east and.1 Land: The property consists of sions of the Auctioneer are final. hunting prospects on both parcels. d Mold/V”; 1 481.77 +/- acres of Webster and Nuckolls County, Neb. dry crop land and grass selling in two tracts at the Community Building in Guide Rock, Neb. Tuesday, February 16, 2016 Starting promptly at 1:00 pm. Tract One: 183.45 +/- acres in Webster County, NE Legal Description: NE1/4 and lot 1 in the SE 1/4 Location: From the intersection of Highway 78 and northeast corner of the property. cropland and 65.2 acres of grass with balance in building site and roads. The pasture is watered with a windmill and a flowing creek. There is a canal bridge that belongs to the farm and will go to the buyer. FSA information: Base acres, 12.89 acre wheat base, 33.15 acre corn base, 23.63 acre grain sorghum base, and 33.93 acre soybean base. Sale Method: The property will be sold as individual tracts. AII bids are open for advancement until the Auctioneer says sold or the bidding is closed. Bidding increments are at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer. Tie bids if any may be opened between the two bidders only at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Telephone and absentee bids will not be accepted without prior approval of the Auctioneer or Seller. All deci- Minerals: All mineral interests owned by the seller, ii any, will be conveyed to the buyer. Mineral interests are conveyed without any warranty, guarantees, and or representation of the seller or agent. Real Estate Taxes. The 201 5taxesdue in 201 6are $5,543.36 for tract 1 and $7,871.50 for tract 2. These will be paid by the seller. Possession and Closing: Possession and closing will be granted the day of closing. Closing will be on or about February, 16 2016. Brokers Comments: This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a good combination of dry cropland and pasture. Bothparcels have good water and excellent access with good roads. There is also good Three stu en 5 rom oc Hills attended the Kansas Statud Uni ers y concert band clinic held in January. They were (from left) Krista Trent, Emma Beth Tyler Beth Tyler, 90, Mankato, died Sun— day at Salina Regional Medical Cen— ter. Survivors include three sons, Jim Tyler, Mankato, Joe and Jack Tyler, both of, Concordia; and a daughter, Janet Tyler, Mankato. Her funeral will be held at Har- mony United Methodist Church, Mankato, at 2 pm. today (Thursday) with Pastor Gerry Sharp officiating. Burial will follow at Mount Hope Cem- etery, Mankato. Melby Mortuary, Mankato is in charge of arrangements. “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the differ- ence between lightning and the light- ning bug.” Mark Twain 3 Rock Hills students attend band clinic Three students from the Rock Hills school attended the Kansas State Con— cert Band Clinic held Jan. 22 through Jan. 24, The students auditioned for a . spot in one of six concert bands and then rehearsed Friday evening and all day Saturday with clinicians from all over the United States. A concert was performed Sunday v afternoon with each band playing three or four selections. We Sell Rubber Stamps Superior Publishing Co. , 148 E. Third St. Superior 0 402-879—3291 SUPERIOR TOUR 8; TRAVEL Inc. 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb. 402-279—251 5 800-279-1 026 superiorfandt@gmail.com Superior Sales, Service, ’ Satisfactionlam HELP WANTED - Gene Transfer Technician 0 Laboratory Technician 0 Backup Delivery Driver 516 ’2 NE mile south to the property. 114.8 acres of dry Hilda Yung Estate Guide Rock, NE For more information contact or to tour the property: Please call Thummel Real Estate and Auction, LLC Bob Thummel Broker 0 785-738-0067 Double E Land Brokers, LLC Matthew Alexander Broker-Farm Manager 308-750-9434 Zoltenko Farms, Inc. A progressive and family-owned livestock operation located near Hardy, Neb. is seeking both full-time and part-time members to join our growing team. This is afast-paced andteam-oriented environmentwith rapidly evolving work objectives. Some of ZFl’s open positions include: 0 Outside Operations.m'1tenance months from completion date. , Health Insurance, Paid Time-Off, Supplemental Insurance, Free pork provided. Zoltenko Farms, Inc. is EEO. Well qualified applicants should call (785)278-5405 or email careers@zfistud.com for an application. Tract 2: 298.32+l- acres in Nuckolls County, NE Legal Description: S1/2 0131-2-81n Nuckolls County, Location: From the intersection of Highway 78 and 136, go 3 miles east to the southeast corner of the Land: The property consists of 111.5 acres of dry cropland and 185.82 acres of grass and 1 acre of roads. Water is provided by a flowing creek. There is a 13.6 acre CRP contract on this parcel that the buyer assumes. FSA information: Base acres 9.7ac wheat base, 24.96 ac corn base, 17.79 acre grain sorghum base and 25.55 acre soybean base. Conditions: This sale is subject to all easements. covenants, and restrictions of record. Each bidder is responsible for conducting at their own risk, their own inspections, inquiries, and due diligence on the property. All property is sold on an “AS IS WHERE IS" basis with no warranties or guarantees, either expressed or implied, by the seller or their agent. The descriptions and measurements of the propeny are deemed to have come from reliable sources but are not guaranteed by the broker or seller. FSA information are not guaranteed. Terms: Immediately upon conclusion of the sale the high bidder will enter into a real estate sale contract and deposit with the Closing Agent the required 20% earnest payment. The seller will provide an owners policy of liltinsr‘tance in the amount of the purchase price. The cost of such title insurance and any escrow closing costs will be split equally by the buyer and seller. Sale is not contingent on buyer financing. A 20% earnest money deposit is required on the day of the auction. The payment may be made in the form of cash, a cashier's check, personal check or company check. All the funds will be deposited and held in the Escrow Agent’s trust account. Reliable transportation required. Applications remain active for Pre-hire physical and drug screen required. 5-IIC g t , at» all}: .L ‘1‘ uohk Page: «i sepia-{g =-