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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankalo to place your ad. I| SATUROAY, MAY 28, 4 p.m Edgar Nob. Selling remaining items trom Ed0ar schoo including: wood doom, chalk boards, two rnetal ste~oles, old I~hts, coat hooks, tdm wood emd Other tlems, Will only last one hour. Morttgomery Auclion and Realty in charge of sale 14-10-12(: SUNDAY, JUNE 12, noon at 741 N. Seward, Red Cloud, Nab. Selling vehicles. 20,05 Buick 53,000 miles; 2007 Chevrolet pickup, 45,000 miles; tractor, tools, many firm piece~ oJ furniture (some old), collestibles, housaho~l and much more fOr the Charles Rather Estate. Montgomen/ Auction and Realty in oharge o! sale. 14-10-14c SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 10:30 a.m 242 N. Cherry, Red Ctoud, NOb. Sell- ing real estate, collect:tbles, toys, fur- niture, household a~:l much more for Margreta Williams, Montgoene, y Auc. Lion and Realty in chewje of sale. 14-10-15 WRIG~THERSAUC~.COM consign your classic or collect~le auto. We will sell any ear, pickup, motomycle or truck at this aucb:m Saturday, April 23, Rod Wright 308- 530-4537, Mike Ks@or 308-660-9168 15-Opportunities CAN YOU dig it? Heavy equipment operator c-a~eer. We offer training and certifications running bu}ldoze~e, backhoes and excavators. Lifelime placement. VA benefits eligible. 1-866-36;2-6497. 15 16-Misc. for Sale BUTCHER HOGS for sale. Berkshire did raised Delivery, Fairfield Butcher Shop. For mote inlormalion, contact ChadkL 407-984-O303. 16-8-4c For Sale: Winchester gun and office sales 402-23B-8619. 16-2-ffc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.$. 16.3e-tfp v'- 21-Feed and Seed cERTIFIED SEED Oats, $6 per bushel Nuptials 8261, glypho ,ate tolerant soybean seed Joel Masch. mann, 402-200.0004. 2 t -g. 15c 22-Vehicles 20134 CHEVROLET Malibu Classic, new rofomand breaks. 103.000 miles. Excellent condition inside and OLd and wetl cared for. $3,500. 402-756- 7194 22-11-1c 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR Sale: 20'2 Summil Ave, WebbeL Kan near Lovewell Lake CompMtely remodeled. New plumb- inn, e~'ctnc, heating, air, vinyl siding and windows. Comer lot with de- tached garage. 785-753-4098. 24-9-1f EXTRA LARGE two-ear garage for sale. Ve~" good condd~c~n. New tin rOof, t405 N Commercial. 402-879. 4287 or 402-279-2045. 24-9-4p 30-Musical Instr. BABY GRAND piano, $1,988. Deco- lative oak spinel $1,288. Loaded Y amahs Clavinova, $2,2~. Steinway grand, $9,988. Over 140 mote great deals al Mid-America Piano, Manhat- tan, 1-800-950-3774. www,piano 4u.com 30 36 Thank you WE WOULD like to thank everyone for the cards and well wishes we received on our 50th wedding anni- vecsary. We enjoyed them all. Butch and Donna Noble. 36-11-1p 37 Mernoriurn In Iowng memory of Brad Snow who i~necl heaven's glery on March 17. 2011. I thought of you with Io~e kxJay bul that ,s nothing new. I ~ought about you ysslerday arr~ days belOre thalloo I lhinkofyou in silence I otten speak your name. AH I have are mernonesan dyour picture inn frame. Though your smi~e is gone forever and your hand I cannot touch, I still have many memories of TI'~ one I loved ~o much. Your laughter is ab- sen~ and I have been ~t tothe test. My heaa was broken to prove God only takes the best. Your memory is my ~ Chicken, are peeping, bird~, chirp- rag. hens c~'khng and lambs skipping m the barnyard. B~g fl~'k of Kan~a~ offi~:e ~eekers i', the pTed~ctunn this year. "['here I~ always some money in the hog business, when m~t fi~lk~ don't have lingo. A Jeweil City man wht~e wife gel-~ the dinner men,~ daily over the r~die, says when the static is bad, they have hash lbr ditmer. They say the man who invented tim adding machine were crazy, bm be ~aved a lot of other folks f~m going crazy. $0 years One fellow to feel sorry fo~ is a d',ort haired dog in winter. The ~ar*.'ity of rabbits is putting coyeles or, pelter. Jewell has been missing Mr. John Reynolds. We hear he was ill and con- fined to his bed. Ferd Kemmmerer. Jewell. shipped cattle and sheep. Bill Cramdn,Jewell. got a severe cut in thehead when the handleof a gas engine ~ew off and hit him. TMs ix a great country. Every night we all enj,y the ~ame nlotm, the ,anle slar'5, and the same big po}Rica| xl"~.x:cl~. Over Ihe radio. The first crop of 1936 ~aas har- vested -- the ice crop. Clear nine in~:h ice wa.~ put into storaL~e. Yon can now have your tractor fit- led with a radio. And your Iractor will also jo~ along at 15 l'n ilC ~ an hour tm ils pneumatic tires, ityon v,' ayll to slip lnVa town lot the Illo' "[.~ al ni~.ht. Mike Seanlans. Brown's Creek. had al"st)ul a dozen ho~es in his ctmal. John Handley. Calvin Township, gel his foot hurl. quite badly while pulling tip ice. A piece of ice fell ,m his fool and broke one of his toe~. 60 yeats Gerald BolloH. Jewell. re-enlisted in the am)' and h~L~ left for mdtwtion. l"hecounty is rtv,:king the rt>ad from Highway 36 five miles south ~o the Collins comer in Ode~.-,m Towmihip. This Is an inlportant ~ad. an Eslxm mail ~ute and a rural F~sbonz ~choul route. I)eau Comish was in Jewcfl tr lm Hntchin~m [or a biz~hday with his mother. Mrx. James Cornish. The sunshine is melting ]nt.; of the now and Ihe mud looks gtxx3. Virgil Slate helped his dad.Claude This leap year business i,~ knoc king 51ate. Btrm,'n's Creek, cut hedge. Hedge them all. Henry I~ffcr's got it, hu,16 a pt,4,~ are in delnand. new hou-~, too. Billy McEIroy. Randall, wa under Jewetl ~ems to be a satisfactn~' the ~eatker. the n~sult of an alterg) wheat, corn and hog faclory nttw. reaction. David Melz. Je~ell. h~-~ l'~-'cn on the Bob Boyer. Ionia. returned home sick list- He has pneumonia, hut is after a szay aL fl~e Beloilhospital. improving. To ha'.'e waler when they nc~--aJ it. Wilt Clark, Jeweli, snld his ne.sidents ofJewetl Coumy tour,1 kink suitatorium machinery ton yonng man 1o long r~ge planning in us, e of water named Skmn. II has been moved Io and in de,~elol',~rlenl of ground water Mankato. resources. Too re;my homes ha~e nnthing to hmia hosted a I'~,&elball 1ouma- mad biJ.[ ~ thermoraeter, merit. When a Jewell ('it)' m,n~ warns a 40 years gtxvJ hotel dirmet he doe.M1"[ have k~ A Ir~ v, eldmg shnl,: wa held al leave his ov,'n town. Midway Co-op in Ma.nkato. The Laffer barn, Jewell, was IOta Mr and Mrs. Man'in Lewis and down In make room for Henry's new son, Br'ic~ moved to Mankato and are re~itleilce, whtuh will Ix, a h;ind.~ul', living in the An C~.~krofl penlal prop- fl rucll~re, erly. $04 tickel~,WC.~esHd thr the Kan~s A ~arge Cnlwd attended the pioneer 1)a ~ ha nq,le[ hi/ewell Tha~ I,as many d inner at E.~t~n. a~ can be ~,en.ed The sick folks in loma weren't do- TOm { 'onmber drive.~ the f~nesl ingsowe|].Mrs.Aultwa.sn th~m.eand ill:itched ~eam ever driven on a Jewel1 Colleen WilfUl1 ~as11"t a bil gt~Kl. mall to'die. Mr HC[clt Sunnlon% B1,ff '(-)ak, 90 years Y-~ en tJa.' rahhit c~p i.s ~atd Io he a fell ml Ih Kc ~md broke her leL2 II1 the light tree. knee jr,int. She under~-ent stirge~ in ]~1~s Mildred Gee was ill and re- Stt["~|i'.~r. turned I"ronl Mankato lo her ht)n~ in A tire dcstrvvt d the barn on lllc ~c~ell. Non~ar~ 5mnck iarnl. Burr Oak. 'rhc The ,l~n~l ~pt, la| Io~ n man is lira ham had ~ c-ral hale~, t~l' ~qh Mtalla one ~ hu ~,harer, hit, lire with folk whe and slraw, and al~n,t 2(} hlt| pig I1 at~ had el'tough lunl[wr ntoled iI1Mde have no rllt.|lie~ Howard F ~l-aards. Jew ll. was in tohukldagarage. KallSa~ CII)' Io buy a hua~:h t~l-cattle. Heavy c]eud about z,ornlal tcm- B.h Nulty. Jewel]. atter,-ded the perature~.wathtmt an.v mmsture. [an~bernlen's cnnvenlion at Kan.~as Mynln Boors>. Wehher. had an ('it). aCcldenl on hl~. horw. He wan sklnnt.~d An i,~'h or sltt~W at this tll~C i~ all and hrlii~ed.hat[ a ~prained wnsl and a ~hat Ia$l 10 t)nr rx:rTti(lll, broken tinL2er. He wa~. in the h~piial in Sho~.c]iilg snowy ha~ ah~ml all the Bet]e',]]]e. He had his arm in a ca st. ]tlOlinn~, vuu gel I'rt~rn a physical eul- 20 ).ears tureehar[. Jml. Linda a,td L.andon Reed, Cood Samaritan Society - Superior has a=~ opening for a Pad time Inventory Control Clerk This person needs to be able 1o u~e a computer for placing orders, Irack, ng ~nd ci'mrging for supphes and services, unpacking boxes and restocking suppIk~ in rooms, The)' also need to be able to ]nter~d with all kinds of people as this position is atso in charge of coordinating all appoi ntments and transportalion needs for resid en~s including oontachng family members and informing drivers and nursing departn't,ent. Other dutl~ include some medical records duties -,ocompanying residents to appointments and other duties as assigned. Please apply online at www,good-sam,com If you have queatiens please contact: (~(XK| Matt Blum sarnarimn kzJ' -' Socict', 1710 [daho St ',~ Superior, NE 68978 -"tllt ~l~r'ri":.'l d~',ff,ln-a~R.- h ~lt F~ II~'~IWI I~'Ir'FaI~MF LI F]/kl'he e,"~.J'r~ re O',Jr, "~L"llhJf Lk='~l=hh==i'h:'tl. hh i#,BkldlF. ~.',lrl~b.ua I.irlLr~l:41 ;h"l~ lr. ~ erl;tfrl~J ' ,U.'~ ~lslrl~l~.lG'. [~'~t'.r.a~l .rJl~,iH i~l,ll'l-J,I, rJr,l'lvlr.l,ahM~r, /~nfrrrar .hl~a. =e| ivd~',ll~ h'lr~,irl~.l,li-, ,l~,ldl P ,u~,r~l~ar.~ r ,w[l=,r je.rm[# I.'J ~i',~['l, ~ I,r i,i ;. lllll 1 1 v i Be a part of a caring, compassionate, progr~si eorganization. Join our Team! Apply Today! Available Pt-~itions include: CNA or Med Aide Part-time/Full-time Day Shift-CH Part-time/Full-time Evening Shift-CH or NH Part-time/Fu|l-time Night Shi[t-CH or NH FLlll~time Evening Shift Med Aide-CT Full-time RIM Evening Charge Nurse-NH For more information contact: 220 Park Avenue Human Resources Hebron, NE 68370 402-768-3915 Fax 402-768-3901 jobs@bvlh.or8 An E~iml Oppartmfily l:mpk~.~'r www,bvlh,org Nursing Home (NN}, Ca~ Home |CH~ and Conrtyat~tl/Essisled Living (C-D II I1. II .h T~u[s~lay Meren 17 2016 Er, lxm, ~tayed three d~t~-, in Kan~s City. Mo attendm~ flzc M=d Anlerlca Dairymen direcklrs conference Jim and Linda were first runners up in the outslanding young dairy ct>uple~, con. test. They won ~his tnpto Kan~s City. Cameron and /ason stayed with G rand ma and Grandpa Shipley. Esbou. aud went ice skaling on the pond while Nathan wa~ slv, mti]~g h~x~l~. A JeweJI County drug a~a~'ness p~gfam fin- grades ,ix through 12 was hem in Mankato While the frigid tenll'~tatutes may have lempomnly left the area. the ef- f, ecLs Of the winter ,| '96 may remain for some time. Bitter t.~old aw.t high winds have aggravated the dry condi- tions, eff~liv ly "'freeze drying" the ground. "'Sugar," a mixed breed dog spe- civilly trained to Lt~ate Raroodcs, ar- rived in the courtly, RandaJIMiddle Scl'ga)l.~ienc slu- dents brought home a first place trophy and every student received a medal at the Regional Science O|y mpiad on the KSU-Tech campus in Satins. Virginia Alexander replaced Velma Garman as activities director. Velma wilt continue as .~x:ial ~rvices de- signer. Several from Jewell attended the Salina Community Theatre to see the play, "The Pirales of Pen;,ance." l0 )'ears The Mankato aiqxm i~ tree of 23 puhlic use airp~ms in lh stale t~ re- ceive gr~nt tund:, to make mlpro~ r- mauls. The White R~ 'k Middle .%h~d hui]dir, g in EsN.m may conlinue to I-%, U~L',d as an educallOn center il a deal van be reached wilb pnx~pL'c~i~e l~jy- eDi. Kan as legislaklr~canle/11Mankato or a legisiallve coffee. Munkato High Scho~d hlrCnslC, tcarri t~k second place in IIleii first t.Xmlpetthon ol'the sea ,un al the S.~-Ivan f~zcm, ics Iotimamenl. Duve arid [)eh Warns. Mankalo. rec~:b, ed the JeweIi Count y ( 'Oil,~ 'rx a, lion Db.tric't's rangelarj award al Ihc annnal event. Jem' and Nanc) Andcr- ~.|m. JeweJl. were the recipicnl ~ ot the dlstncl's tx)nsetT~tmn hank ~ award. l~teaxanz hunllng wan brisk iu the community u~ the ~a ~on clo~. Tbiny-two Jewell ('OUllly I'iRI1 grade st taler, Is, wilh the help of tl~,c Manka~o FFA raeml',e~ planted 132 eaxteru red ced~r~and 13 ! lilac ~h~h Richard a0d Carolyn Sc'lt0titt. Cawker Cil)'. rL~Cived this year'.~ Jewell ('llUnly Co11.~rvalitm Dis/riot wind break gwani Proc lures listed for reporting crop losses to FSA 1)tl~n~ Ih~ gn~wiag ,~a~,on. ,'rol~ can fail or becolne ~igllil] :lnlly liallt- aged h)adverm ~eather ~x:~d{lhm~. And. at linlcs, wcalher may ~enrat ,olne cr~p~ |rom being p~anted timeh ~o "pW*, t~lL'd plaulin~'" provlsion~ ~.dd appl~. Forall u'om111crcially pro. d~eO cro~. it it= Ul~pOrhUll Io I ~ ic~ p~,granl pn~.'cxlure for [Ll"~.],nlng u'iol~ lt~m~ to FSA. First, prt~ut.'et~ l~ed to ~ake ,:t~.'li ql w~thin 15 days ITom the d~t of I1~' di~asler event or when a 1-~,~. in appar- enl. and defimtel) bet-ore ai)~ tailed crop is grazed hayed. ,tinged. dc- .~tn)yed. or ahalMtmed -%lx'~.lflcally. crops that are covered b~, I'SA milk.'1 the Non-insun.'d A~.~,~alKC Piogtam (NAPL or not nlsurcd h ~ ClOF m~ur- a.iK:e, in ust be." rerx=ttt~d t~, dild ~.11,~.~.'z~.~.1 by FSA perm mne~ p, i,:. r,p drqx,- s~lion. Farmers v,]th ~rltp LnMllall '~" ohvionsly no:d in u~:it.~t~| then In~Ul- ancc a.~e|/,I I'~etOle 2t11.~ II]~lllred (r~I) 15 tk'strt~yed, ahandtmed, or ~.'tl i,+1 anl ~ hare'fit nlber ~han har~ ~tL~ Ior glaln F<,r iilsurcd c-n~ps that ale lelea~d b.~ crop il~sttrance mid de,trt)),~, tt 111,1.'5 be neee ~saJ-y to thmi~h appraisal ,1they nlalion to the f:SA of:(~ce lt" a ~iLlv e- qucnl .'n~p is pgant~>d but all 1111,~n,],~- THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B ~ioo must be t-urnisla ~d before rile final crop reponmg date at FSA~ For 2[H6 c-n~ps, Nov. 15 was the final date for perenltial t~rage, Dec. 15 was the finn| d~te for fall-serried snlaii grains, and July 15 is the final relx~ning date fur all other crops. Ten tllL tot sprin tree ptantitm By Jenae Ryan, Posl Rock Exteraion District You may have nolleed the buds aiready form ing tin the trees and ~hrubs and started thinking about ~etting started on yotnr home and garden to-do list. If adding new tre~ ~s part of this year' landscaping plans, Itere ape some tips tbr electing and planting ,Jeer. I. Selecu the right tree for the site. To a,~lid ~.m~,~ pn%lems.choo~ trees that are adapted to our area. Conlat:l your local Po~t R~k District Exten- sion office 1or a lisl of recommended ~hade and i't'O li t~r .'~'S. Consider wincher the lrL~ pnlduc'es nuisance fruit or if there are disease-resistaml varielie~ avaihhte. Also consider the malure size of a tree ~o be sure you hax.e enough n-~m for the planting site. 2. Keep the ~r ,e well w a~cred and m a shady h~cation until planting When moving Lhe I~,e. lift It by the ro,t ball or p,01 and no, h~ the trunk 3. Before phmt i ng. ren]~eall ~ ~re~. labels, cords ur anything else hed I~ the nlant. ]f left ,In. the) ttia} e~.eltln- ally girdle the branch it', v, hJch Ihe~. arc alh-tL'hed. T~c n~]z Ilalc IIN~llll ]1C1'.2 Imnk und nx'ds nleetl slltndtl [~' ~.J-- ible [f it isn't, renlove enl~llgh ',11 ,r media so that it is. 4. Dig a pn+per hole. Make Ihc li,' I," dc, ep cnu ugh ,o Ihal ! i'v.2 [rt~ ~,11'~ ',h:'lll I, above nur~r), level, 'TI)," ~ M|h ,~1 II , planting I1,fl i~ ver i]up,~l~au~ i, shou|d he ?hrc%' Imlt ~, the m It[Ih ~1 lh - n~t hall l on~t|Ulg Ihe st~,l mll~idc the hole so tl is I~,vc li:ile~/lie dl,l~eh'r ,)f the nx~l hall will allow the IlCC t,~ spread it~ n~ol~ fa~ter .5. Relt~vc all conla;.llUr, froul the rotn hail. 'ul away ptaSllC" and IX*at ~.~: rcii burlap a.d w~re ha~kct~ ha~ k inhl the h,~le, culling as nluc'h ol lil*.' cxces away a s IX~snible. ]f yon can remove the wire I",~kel ,atlhottl dl~. ~urbing tl~ r<,rt ball.do 11. [1 n~t~. Ila~,e been Cltchng amumJ in the col~lainer. ul them and ,~uread Ih.enl out so Ihc ~ Lit) ]lil.I ftln111111, ' ~.'tl)t~, 1[]~2 ".~ lilal "[[1~'.~ L'lrc[e tnhEdc tb.u ll.k" ,111d t'x3t',L'ffl|c g lr. tiiing I'(~tx i,iter Ifl ihc [ilc o] tb.e Ircc. 6. B;.tckhH the il~qe ~llh Ihe amc ~zui thai v.a,~ ~ rll ~ cd Makv ~urc the ~il thai ~:<~;- hJ,-'k k, h ~v.:ncd ~ilhOIIt any clt~Js el ~. ImI,p~ Add v, aler a~, you 1ill to II1M|le ~4~.J licit tl'~ MH[ L'I Hlt;ll -t and r~e~.Cll~ aiF rn~k.kel~ There i~ i1, nee~ lo Ieriitt/e ,it plalltir~.g 7. [)on'l -ul I~.-k Ihc bTa,~ hi', ~q ~L tfet' agree planting except Ih~ c 11121 a|t" ruhhing or daulagod. lhe Jest h, td. rel,:ase :1 lll~-r1114 |he Ihal ,2n.t.'lDL.I I i C '. te~ ~l d FIx.lwth. li lilt Irce IS c111 b+~.~k, rhv nxluccd Iwmlx't tq leaf hl~tl.~ r h- m le.~, horal~n~e n:k.a~ed and tllerch,w fewer nmt'. hei,g hlrnled. ~, W;ilel the Itt" Iht+rotighl). then WaleT |u)t:t' rl~.! ~ t'L'k tor t}lc liP,! ~dl;i'dI, II~,g h,L'iIM~?| 11 t}I,~TP 1". lIT',ll[[Ivlenl lain. fall 9 .s.:'hlid'i ai,tlll~ld lit ' Irer .~$L|lt ~'1 '~hollh~ be PAt| tO t,~L|! ilk il"lC~ tkXl~ diid co~,cr ~[I ,;Jr; '~ {',-I|* Ihc Ill/L%' IIIIle~ Ih dian',elet td the |t~il i~Jil Mnkhmg reducen t'l~lur~ lllIHn IrDin~,A~ler nlanl ~. con~'rvc~ fn([,iM ure illtd ke~'pn ."~ lit I.~ rn- I%'ratt,re c-l~rw/towhal 1he plalll~," nkltx preler S ~a~p a t tilL: ann,l~d II~" i'~t~, of " the [ruuk u| .;wiIi,tl d "'lnii]uh "vrd,L-ant='" which can hofd mOrdl|re -n the hat k a fld Call ~ .tial Ila gt." i(}. Slake t|aly when tnucc~,~ury. ]rce~ v, ill eq;Ihh,Jt 1lit,re q.mt kl) arid gm~- t.'=~,leriflh~y aremll qakcd fhw, ~:~.et. larger Ir c~ ~1 tilo,~; I1"1 ~.lli~.].~ J; ~L'atioli~ I|I, at [c|C'c~d I,t) Ik' "~l,l~cd lhc fin .yaM. ~JO~tcInt;llt i', lIC~ ',',J.i% t~,1 the Irnuk Io I~'con~. Mrt,J|~2 Ntdki[.lbr ,lbqdd [w ~-;.' iglled lit IIIlii[; rl|~,rJinVl~l ~I the nK~i hall ra|[Wl Than lluln~,blll c the Irunk. NOTICE The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal paM-time help for SWIMMING POOL MANAGER and a so LIFEGUARDS. Manager applicants must be 18 years of age or older and application received n0 later than April ,5.2016. Lifeguard applications due by May 3, 2016. Applications may be obtained and returned to City Office, 217 S. High St Mankate~ Kan. ContacI City Office for more info~atio~, 785-378-3141. * Gene Transfer Technician Laboratory Technician Outside Operations.Maintenaree ~lBackup Delivery Ddver Zo]tenko Farms, Inc, A pr0gre~ve and family-0wrted livesl0ckc~0erationJ~aled near~aroy. I~b. is seeldng ~rh full-time atld pan-time member~ to join our gmwin~ team. This is a fasl-paced and learn-oriented environment w~h rapdly evolving work objectives. Some of ZFI's open positions include: Reliable lransp0r~al~n requ~re~t Applcabons remain active for 6 monlhs from coml~etion 0ale F'm~ire physical ~nd drug screen r~uirea, /otn~tafo~ m; Health Ir~wance, Paid Time-Off, Supplemental Insurance, Free pork pmvkled. Zolte~ko Fermi, lot, is EEO, Well qualilied applicants should call (785) 278-5405 or entail eareers@distud. om for an applicalicxx