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Thursday, April 24, 2OO3 JEWELL When You Use the Classifieds Express and Record Classifie Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your 1 -Personals NATURAL FAMILY planning. Safe, reliable, inexpensive, natural. Use to avoid or achieve pregnancy. For more information call 402-879-4521. 1-9-ffc ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, and AI-Anon meet Thursdays, 8 p.m., at Fourteenth and California, Superior. Contact 402-879-4988 or 785-753- 4681. 1-22-ffc CRISIS PREGNANCY Center, free pregnancy tests, emotional support, confidential, information, parenting class. Phone 402-879-3616 l:8-ffc CARING TEACHER and loving hus- band from a warm, comfortable home wish to cherish your baby. Expenses paid. Erika andDan before 5 p.m., 800-213-7441. After 5 p.m. 866-795- 3373. AD(3VTiNG Ababywould--- bean an- swer to our prayers. We want, so much, to become a family. Lawful expenses paid. Call Veronica and Rich at 785 271.5304, 888-403-6882 or Fax 785- 271-7341. AN ABUNDANCE of love, happiness await your newborn. Happily mar- ried couple long to adopt our first child. Expenses paid. Robin and Dave 800-883-7367 Pin No. 77. HOMEMAKER MOM, professional dad an'd loving adopted big brothers waiting for a baby to love. Financially Secure, expenses paid. Call Jean and Dave at 888-267-3999. Lov,"G coo P E- pro-giSt;- baby happiness, love and a secure future. Expenses paid. Rey and Marc. 800-301-2101. PROBLEMS WITH your teenage daughter? Traditional therapy not enough? Group home therapeutic environment available. Visit out web site at www.girlsgrouphome.org or Call Eloise, 308-236-5936 or 308- 380-0075. . o .......................................... 2- COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES ,BLOOM AND FIFTH, Grace Commu- nity Church, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bread machine, microwave, drier, wide wheel chair-liKe new, jeans (men and women) clothes, books and numer- ous miscellaneous items. 2-17-1p Storage for Rent 10 x 26 - $45 per month 10 x 20 - $40 per month 10 x 10 - $35 per month 6 x 7 - $20 per month or $200 per year Phone 402-279-2415 ...., 106 S. BLOOM, Friday, April 25, 5-9 p.m., 7 a.m. -2 p.m., Firsthand baby clothes (0-18 months) and swing, walker, exersaucer, car seat, chang- ing table. Rocking chairs, table, three chairs, dresser with mirror, tool box, queen-size box spdng and mattress, Browning Bow and accessories, Wengler's, 402-879-3266. 2-17-1p 118 S. CENTRAL, V.F.W., five-fam- ily sale, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Miscella- neous items, microwave, girl's 10- speed bike, humidifier, antiques, child car seats, new crafts, furniture, books, dolls, you clothing, nice ladies' cloth- ing (all sizes) Little Green Carpet Machine. 2-17-1 p 231S.CENTRAL,Commercial ice machine, master, refrigerator, cook- ing utensils, aluminum walker, crutches, portable potty, booth benches, washing machine, Compaq computer, Umax scanner, HP pnnter, compressor, vacuum, Weed Eater, lots of books, 45 RPM records, ceil- ing fans, desk, credenza and lots more. 2-17-1 p 321 N. CENTRAL 9 a.m: to 1 p.m., reduced prices after noon, Hall tree, foot stool, tables, chairs, table and chair legs, dishes, pans, silver were, picture frames, folding day bed, typ- ing table, posts, screens, some free items. 2-17-1p 334 N. CENTRAL (Gianns Clothing), 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Chi Machine, hot house, rotissene cooker, stair-step- per, dresser, TV stand, stereo, hu- midifier, desks, canning jars, wrought- iron patio posts, pet car seat, men's women's and children's clothing, two single new mattresses, miscellaneous items, 2,17-1p 354 COLLETT, 7:30 a.m. to ?, Jig and circular saws, miscellaneous tools, fishing poles, gids' clothes (sizes 5- JrL and Misses) Boys' clothes (4-16), boys denim shods and jeansqike new! Shoes, books, toys, sports, cards- something foreve~one! 635 COLLETT, 8 a.m. to noon, No early birds l Girls clothing, size 10-12, women's Clothing, games, books, CDs, linens, coffee pots, kitchen ware, many miscellaneous items. 2-17-1p 526 N. COMMERCIAL, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Gem stone jewelry, antique books, dolls, baby afghans, pressure cooker, chairs, 24 baskets, satin bed- spread, blender, decorative flower pots, back packs, crocheted items, lots of miscellaneous, oriental prints. 2-17-1p ii i i CHEYENNE LODGE Nursing Home ,4 A home away.from ho,,e for Short or Long leml slay Adult day care ln-hou~ or Out-patient lhcrapy Hospice Rcsp/le care 24-Hour professional nursing slaff Modem, quiet environment 716 Cedar, Jamestown, Ken., (785) 439-6211 i FOR SALE Black Simmental Bulls Yearlings, 2-year olds and two mature herd bulls. Bred for calving ease, disposition and superior growth. Add pounds to your weaning and yearling calves. Fertility tested and vaccinated Hand's Black Simmentals Courtland, Kan. e 374-4550 We have the home of your choice!!! Brodstone Memorial Hospital 520 E. lOth Street PO Box 187 Superior, Neb. 68978 Nursing opportunities available for professional staff RNS-Charge nurse opportunity on 7p shift, 7p shift staff positions, labor and delivery call (premium pay for working this area), 7p week-end only opportunities (with some premium " pay). LPNs-7p shift staff positions, 7p weekend only position (with premium pay). Excellent benefits for regular staffing positions that include com- petitive pay scale, PTO, tuition assistance, pension and others. E.O.E. Applications may be obtained by calling 402-879-3281. i V/sit our website at ~ brodstonehospital org 654 N. COMMERCIAL, 7 a.m. to ?, Homemade pies and goodies, women's clothes (12-plus size), kid's clothes; boys (8-10), gids (5-8), double' stroller, baby swing bassinet, books, old doilies and hankies, small tape player, tabletop electric grill, books, lamp shades, curtains, roller blades, sheets. 2-17-1 p 552 N. CONVERSE, exercise bike, mountain bike, four swivel chairs, dish with two receivers, 10-1 land 5 anten- nae, snack sets, pinball machine, 36x28-inch kitchen window. 2-17-1p 517 N. DAKOTA, Futon bed, lamp, rugs, food steamer, silver Cadillac 1994 (?), 2 small dressers, King size water bed (very nice), recliner, dog igloo, trumpet, saxophone, clothes. 2-17-1p 1155 N. DAKOTA, 7 a.m. to noon. Six family garage sale, boys infant to 3T, gids' up to 12, adults, prom dresses, wedding dress, baby swing, glass dining room table and craft items, toys and much more. 2-17-1p 941 E, EIGHTH, 7:30 a.m. to ?, Large garage sale: Like new Blue Point tool chest (11 drawers), small black and white TVs, wicker head board, Holly- wood bed frame, exercise equipment, a lot of pre-teen and teen clothing, some women's clothing (12,16,18), glassware, purses, shoes, books, en- cyclopedia set, items too numerous to mention. Everything priced to sell. 2-17-1p 139 W. EIGHTH, 7 a.m. to 3 p,m., Whirlpool extra large capacity wash- ing machine, bunkbed (full size bot- tom, twin top), bean bags, six-drawer dresser with mirror, baby items, women's clothes, housewares. 2-17-1p 260 W. EIGHTH, Rubber Maid stor- age unit, hand-knitting machine in cabinet with attachments, lots of knick-knacks and p-b books, camcorder, record player, old com- puter programs and floppy discs. 2-17-1p FIFTEENTH AND Hwy. 14, across from the Victorian Inn (big white house on corner) Lots of items: women's clothes, teenage girl clothes, lots of sheets, knick-knacks, tee-shirts, too many items to men- tion. 2-17-1p 856 E. FOURTH, 8 a.m., Multifamily sale: Twin bed, crib, stroller with car seat, built-in coming top stove, mi- crowave, bookcase, gids' clothes (size 7-10), boys' (size 12m-2T and 4-7), women's (size small-medium, Jr.) Little Tykes toys, games, swing set and lots of miscellaneous. 2-17-1p 1054 E. FOURTH, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Computer desk, crib, two sets dishes, infant to size'7 girls and lots of sizes of women's clothing, home interiors, Beanie Babies, crafts and craft sup- plies, lots of stamping supplies, baked goods, Barb Dixon and Alaina Brown. 2-17-1p 125 E. FOURTEENTH,7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Lots of plush and resin Boyd's Bears, Beanies and Buddies, small roll-top desk, two wooden bar stools, golf bag, baby high chair, 19-inch HP color monitor(new), wireless mouse, HP keyboard & mouse, antique cof- fee table with blue glass top, wooden cradle, clothes, dishes, lots of other miscellaneous items. 2-17- lp 1170 HIGHLAND DRIVE, Decorat- ing and household items, tan recliner, sewing machine, cabinet, golf balls; 20-foot aluminum ladder, carpe, pieces, computer printer, TV cart, fireplace tools and many other mis- cellaneous items. 2-17-1p HIGHWAY 14, North of Supenor 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Food! Food! Food! Breakfast and lunch. Boy scouts serv- ing at Fly-in. Superior Airport. 2-17-1c HIGHWAY 14, 2 1/2 miles north of Superior 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Multi-family garage sale: stove, clothing (newborn-18 months), boys' and girls', women's (12-14) Jr. girls' clothing, men's clothing, high chair, baby equipment, many kitchen items, toys, bar stools. Much, much more! 2-17-1p 958 IDAHO St., 6:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Big moving salel Nintendo 64 and games, microwave, furniture: ice cream table and chairs, couch, Butler coffee table, futon. New, neutral 11x11-foot car- pet, big office desk, Windows 95 PC, kitchen items. Clothes and shoes: 12- month to 4T girls, women's (12-large), men's (mediun~32), maternity (large- extra large). Baby;, blankets, activity saucer, three-in-orre tub, car seat, toys for all ages. Movies, CDs, lots of decorations and miscellaneous. .......................... 2"!_7:1p 1710 IDAHO, Superior Good Samari- tan Center items include pictures, air conditioners (One-year old and older, bed spreads, baked goods and more! 2-17-1c 244 N. KANSAS. Friday, April 25, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 26, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Knick-knacks. pic- tures, antiques and collectibles, color TV (12-inch with remote, used very little} and much more, everything clean and in good shape. 2-17-1p This newspaper available on the internet at httpHwww.superiorne.com Vehicle of the Week 1994 Ford F-150 short box. 6-cylinder, 5-speed, aluminum wheels and air conditioning s:3,995 Hayes Auto Salesll Superior, Nob. (402) 879-4439 Todd 402-879-3860 Calvin 402-879-3138 i HI t CURRENT LISTINGS IN SUPERIOR 1401 WASHINGTON-a two-bedroom ranch ' 350 NORTH BLOOM-a one-story, 4-bedroom 1455 NORTH DAKOTA-a two-bedroom with two-car garage 548 NORTH KANSAS-a huge, three-story home with lots of room 609 NORTH BLOOM-a four-bedroom, all redecorated 5"rH AND LOUDEN-a 90x150 building site, price reduced IN NELSON ON HIGHWAY 14-1,140 square foot commercial property 220 ACRES,155 irngated balance grass IN DAVENPORT TWO STORY THREE bedroom home, pnce reduced IN EDGAR THREE BEDROOM RANCH-price reduced IN HARDY TW0-BEDROOM-0ne-st0ry home IN MANKATO THREE BEDROOM RANCH We need listings!l! If you are considering selling any kind of real estate, give us a call! All yo~ need to know about buying or selling Real Estat~ls Anger_ i.a .Eagle sealty, inc. 808 N. Kansas. PC Box 265, Superior, Neb. 68978 Call any of the following pegple to help with your Real Estate Needs. Gary A, Ward, Broker: Licensed Nebraska and Kansas, Phone: 402-879-4077 Dale Uhrmacher: Auctioneer and Associate Broker, Licensed in Nebraska. Phone: 402-225-4292 E-MAIL: americaneag/erealty@a{Itel net ~"~' City of T I h X COUNTRY CLUB t MILLE JUNCTION ~4 laCES ~IRRIGATI(~ CANAL KI~S c/E3rq E3 IT---II--II-I 2 M~LES REPUaLIC,~N~ CIW UMIT UNE ~- LO',/EWELL LAKE. 7 m.ES 610 N. KANSAS, 7:30 a.m. Five-fam- ily sale: Baby clothes, adult clothes, shoes, toys, games, movies, Play sta- tion with games, microwave, kitchen items, dishes, Boy Scout backpack, sleeping bags, pictures, knick-knacks, plus more! 2-17-1p 939 N. KANSAS, 9 a.m. Name brand gids' clothes (sizes 5-10), 1999 Chew Suburban (66,000 miles, loaded), 1994 Tow-Lite camper (19-foot), sleeps six, heat, air conditioning, fridge, stove, bath.) 2-17-1p 708 N. KANSAS, Friday, April 25, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 26, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Gids' teen clothes, jeans (size 5-7) toys, knick-knacks, playpen, small Christmas tree, exer- cise machine. 2-17-1p 737 N. KANSAS, 1973 Holiday Ram- bler vacation travel trailer, 24-foot, very nice, air conditioner, 402-879- 3178. 2-17-1p 833 N. KANSAS, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., children's clothing (boys and girls), 1037 N. KANSAS, 7 a.m. to noon. 27x68-inch aluminum storm windows, 4x8-foot lattice panels, microwave,. 13-inch color TV, lawn mower, weight bench, electric fireplace, old student "desk, dishes and glasses, silverware, exercise stepper and other items. 2-17-1p 1402 N. KANSAS, 6:30 a.m. to 10 ?, Boys' clothes (ages 2T-6 years), chil- dren toys, household itemS, books, CDs, cassette tapes, chairs, car-truck parts, 4-barrel holley carb, tool box, vacuum cleaner, a lot of nickel-dime ' items and many other miscellaneous items, 1993 Oldsmobile Bravada, AWD, 4-door SUV, full-size bed, dresser. 2-17-1p 435 LOUDEN, 7 a.m. to ? Craft sup- plies (flowers, baskets, books, pat- terns, wood pieces, paints, ribbons, lace), crates and display pieces, stor- age pieces (shelves plus much more) Also finished hand crafted items. Other miscellaneous items. Everything priced to sell. 2.17-1p toys, dresser, end tables, kitchen table and chairs (wooden), knick-knacks, 607 LOUDEN, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., desk and chair, stroller, kids picnic nursing uniforms, beanie babies, pa- table, rocking chair. 2-17-1 p There were 540/'arms in Nuckolls County in 2001. There average size was 660 acres Real Estate For Sale We have several fine houses in Superior and area. MIKKELSEN REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker Made MikkeP'oen, salesperson 402-879-4464 Katnna Hansen, salesperson 402-879-4464 Selma Ferguson, salesperson 402-225-3641 Barb Bothwell, salesperson 785-378-3833 perback books, ice tea thermos, cof- fee decanter, some clothing and more by sale. No checks. 2-17-1p 437 N. NATIONAL, 7 a.m.till everything's gonel lawn Boy lawn mower (used very little), dorm refrig- erator (only used six months), Maytag dishwasher, word processor, set of barstools, shower curtain and match- ing window covering, mini blinds in a vanety of colors, books, and many miscellaneous household items. 2-17-1p SolocUN. Ilidlag and Roollrag VINYL AND STEEL SIDING All Major Brands Soffit Fascia Replacement Windows Doors Shutters Roofing FREE ESTIMATES - INSURED Professional Installation Residential * Commercial * New Construction Toll Free 888-260-1400 Denny and Jud}/Mohler In Superior: Three-bedroom ranch home with attached garage and fenced yard. In Nelson: Lovely, three-bedroom ranch with large yard, attached garage with work area and other fine features. Close to park and school. Great location for retirement or a family. In Oak Well kept, three -bedroom, double-wide, red(Jced in pdce. If you're looking for an affordable home, this is itl We also have many fine homes In the Hastings area. Our company isa second generetion auction company. ~l r' Presently, we have buyers for farm J~ and pasture groundl ction & Real Estate 2727 W. 2nd, Hastings, NE 68901 [] ROAD 0000@ 0000 K~ TV. t4 MILES CHANNEL 4 ,,...~ AT&SF 307 PARK, 8 a.m. to per sets, Emerson VCR television, craft items, end table with lamp, blouses,.shirts, other items. ' SECOND STREET, Sto~ 3-family rummage sale: chair, end table, table, rise for toilet, women's clothes (size coats, kitchen items, towels, lamp, laundry many more items. 742 E. SECOND, 8 a.I Couch, two chairs, dren to adult clothes, pictures, deer figunnes, prom dresses, midifier dishes, Coleman 743 E. SECONDI Big clothing, many clothing, Hot Wheels Lightning cars. One swivel rocker. items, end table, parts, two workin( mance books. 706 E. SEVENTH, 8 Chew S-10 Blazer, tires decoration s, clothes of all sizes, 727 E. SEVENTH, 8 Gids' clothes, women's temity clothes, some and some 935 E. SIXTH, to 12) girls' and adult Tykes toys (kitchen set garden center, doll Grace Pal Pen (new) Barbie with rocking horse, wooden toys, dishes, 20-gallon rocks and etc. lots of stuff. in Clay County, NebreskS. 640 acres in Crystal County, Kansas. heated office.shop, bottom farmland. and Elavoni's fine dining. 320 acres of nsarMankato, Ken. 59 acres of land in Hastings, Neb. Very nicely restored Very Large fenced beck'yard. /RC Bey Ost Emerald ( w E-Mail: Emerald Oat Rosland, Toll Free: