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RECORD Thursday, August 28, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad SEPT. 6, 10 a.m., 9 farm machinery, tools, and household goods for Elsie Grummert. Gale Uhrmacher, auc- charge. 14-35-2p SEPT. 17, 6 p.m., High Street, Mankato, Kan. for Claudine Berry. ~al Estate and Auction in 14-35-3p It Makes and Sense to schedule :~.7~r!or Auction House t01~Nd inside so your items are ~ed from the weather ank., _~ staff will move sale items :v~;!~the auction house " )ublic-l~nsive advertising plan ~nable commission plan ~P consignments to attract -, ~ more buyers :, Y~, seating for the buyers ~h stand at Auction site - ~ated auction house ~ent within three days two,~r scheduled sales held ~'o'Z~rsday of each month ;'.99~111~ sale dates as needed ..... l~)fessional auction staff .~,Th ree auctioneers ion _~lNO-hassle wa~ to sell 78-3T~Call and We II Do It All ~rior Auction House -- | 402-679'3082 ~on!!! Mecum iiti0n.~at Goodguys Second Mid- ~0na~s/Fn~ay-Sunday, ~21. Kansas Speedway, Kan- ~9"~ Kan. I~arket is strong! To __ .... ~.: [Education benefits, job training-all for l~rt-time. In the Arnly Na- ~prd-you cantda Call 800-GO TY. $11-$33per Training provided. No For more infor- 2384, extension AND postal jobs Now hiring, full and part-time posi- g. For appli- 800-573- P357, 8 a.m.-11 p.m., CASH for structured annuities, real estate mortgage notes, acci- and insurance pay-outs. Sale: Well estab- apparel r~p~Central Nebraska. Senous ~etS~ ::~78T~0~ tFI~: Own a Dllar Stre! 1~/-5314. For Sale 6 apl~r-old hens, hybdd 785- ~rmoso, Ka" n." 16-35-1p ~ honeydew, acorn, but- ..,~ ~ spaghetti squash, egg- ~-o, ~ old water conditioner ~ ~ to $99.95 off the pur- ? ~lected Culligan Water ~,at 800-544-9092 auring ~~mmer Free-For-All. Of- : ~ept 30, 2003 16-34 3c evenings '16-33-~ ~cut, 14 1/2 h.p. Bnggs ~/r) engine-S750; Futon, new, mixer, $50; drop leaf ~all Ed and Pat Wdght at ~ENT WIND break trees ~ch and Austdan pines. g~o 14 foot. Choose now for !~,lection. Prices as low as ~. Roger Bohling, Byron. ~ !~venings. 16-30-6 ,v ~E f ~,, arm grown chickens. /~man, 402-225-2105. | ,,u Pound bags. 402-879- ]b~ - 16-49-ffc . ~|~"~n, 8~-s,~.~. ~'~ certificates, useful for ~I~, now available at The I "press. 16-40-tfp PRE-SP'ACED vinyl letters make sign making a snap. Have yours cus- tom made by Superior Publishing Co., phone 402-879-3291. We also make signs and letter trucks. 16-12-ffp OFFICE SUPPLIES in stock or will special order. Supedor Publishing Company. 16-20-tfp STEEL ROOFING,Building mated- ale. Galvanized steel starting at $32 per square or painted at $42. Call for catalog. Western Metal, In Kansas: Hays, 800-770-2725; Louisburg 800- 489-4100. Statewide delivery avail- able. HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!! Kayak Pools is looking for demonstration homesites to Display our proven (70,000 plus customers) "Mainte- nance Free" Kayak Pool. Save thou- sands and call now! 877-529-7625 or log on to our web site at www.kayakpoolsoftherockies.com. (year-end closeout). FREE 3-ROOM DirecTV system, in- cluding installation! Subscnbe to NFL, Sunday Ticket' and get 4 months free programming. Access 225 plus TV channels! Digital quality picture and sound. Limited time offer. 800-217- 4578. TIRED OF renting? Own a new home without the big down payment. If you're motivated with $35,000 plus income, call American Home Partners today at 800-830-2006, or visit our web site at www.amedcanhomepartners.com. ATTENTION MEDICARE recipients! New electnc wheelchairs at no cost to you, if eligible. Call toda~at 888-287- 1007. SOLID INVESTMENT. Great return on investment! Specializing in self- storage. Will provide design, concrete, metal buildings, doors and labor fo~ your new self storage facility. Funk Construction, 800-496-8304. SCHMIDT BROS. Supply, Newton, Kan., 800-927-3921 Fax 316-283- 0272. Make arrangements NOW to RENT, LEASE, OR BUY "BLU-JET" fertilizer applicators. Minimal acres needed. HANDICAPPED-ACCESSIBLE homes and extra additions. Menke and Associates, a Wardcraft dealer, specializing in custom built acces- sible housing. Tax credits may be available. 800-383-~90. CERTIFIED SEED-It doesn't cost, it paysl Free certified seed wheat direc- tory. Kansas Crop Imporvement As- sociation, 2000 Kimball Ave, Manhat- tan, Kan., 66502, 785-532-6118 oron the web at kscrop@kansas.net. STORAGE CONTAINERS: 40x8x8 or 48x8.5x9.5. Camlock doors with perimeter seals, hardwood floors will support forklift, $1,650-$2,650. Call 785-655-9430 or log on to web site at www.chuckhenry.com for complete web listing, photos, specs and pric- ing. 21-Feed and Seed CERTIFIED, REGISTERED, seed wheat for sale: 2137, 2145, Jagger, Kad 92, Wesley. Blends available on request. Cleaning bin run. Call Calvin Bohnert, Jewell, Kan., 785-428-3558, ce11-785-738-7589. 21-33-6c RON TICE Seed is taking orders for certified seed wheat. Bulk only, rea- sonable prices. Jagger 2137, Karl 92, 2145, Trego. Call 785-738-3111 or 0165. 21-33-8c Think twice before you throw it away! Sell it with a Classified Ad. Phone 402-879-3291. 22-Vehicles 1999 FORD Explorer XLT, 4WD, PS, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD and sun roof. 71,000 miles. Price reduced-S12,950. Financing available to qualified appli- cants. Call Norma at Home Federal, 402-879-4757 or 888-286-6924. 22-35-2c 1974 CHEVROLET BLAZER, 4- wheel drive, runs good. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-ffc 1979 CHEVROLET PICKUP, 112 ton. Runs good. Good school truck. $1,000 or best offer. 402-879-3763. 22-33-ffc 1994 FORD F-150, club cab pickup with Tommy lift. Automatic transmis- sion. 402-879-3501 or 402-879-3925. $3,000. 22-28-tfc HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Phone 402-743-2255 22-10-ffc 23-Recreational Honda 400EX-$4,499; 250EX-$2,999; 350FM-$4,199 HONDA BEST ON EARTH Garbers, 402-729-2294 23-35-1c 14- FOOT ALUMINUMboat and trailer with 1983 15HP Evinrude motor, low hours. Two padded seats. Wayne Peterson, 402-226-2321, evenings. 23-32-ffc 1974 DODGE motor home. 402-879- 4113. 22-21 -fie t 30-Musical Instruments YAMAHA snare drum with stand and case. Excellent condition. 785-378- 3072. 30-34-2c SNARE DRUM, case and stand. $50, 785-376-3492. 30-33-3c ALTO SAXOPHONE, good condition. 402-756-7417. 30-32-6c PERFECT FOR piano students! Rent-to-own a new or like new digital piano. Low monthly payments. No purchase required. Log on to our web site at www.pianos4rent.com. JOINING THE school band? Before you sign long-term rental contracts, call 308-754-4928. Retired music dealer, DaleMatousek, 407 Howard, St. Paul, Neb. Name brands-low overhead. 36-Thank you DORIS, SUSIE, Debble and Camie: Thanks for the fun party and every- thing you did to make my day special. You guys are the bestl Love, Joetta. 36-35-1c PRIDE assumes bill for Formoso center Shirley Free, representing PRIDE, reported to Formoso City Council at a recent meeting that the senior citizen organization is unable to pay utilities on the center. PRIDE proposed their organization assume control of the building and pay the utilities and insur- ance of $83 on the contents. The PRIDE group will let the senior citi- zens meet, without charge, as the con- tents belong to them. PRIDE will col- lect the rent from other parties who use the building. Council approved. Present for the meeting were Vickie Stafford, mayor, presiding; and coun- cil members Lavernia Peters, Dorothy Sjolander, Ben Free, Duncan Tremblay; and Elaine Watson, clerk. Watson reported the gas biJ[ for the 24-Real Estate old fire hall was on level pay and the city had paid for gas used last wmt-~'er. CABIN 23 AT Lovewell Lake. Thrt~'~"~on Fleming conf~med that the build- bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, storm shelter, ing had been on level pay and reim- garage. Call 785-753-0113 or 785- 275-1135. 24-35-2c SUPERIOR ACREAGE with three houses for sale. Call 785-647-5991 or 785-647-6741 after dark. 24-13-fie 25-Mobile Homes 1978 BONNEVILLE MOBILE home, 14X52'. Located in Webbero Max Realty. Call Gene Johnson, 402-679- 4838. 25-35-2c 26- NotiCe ........ " ............ THE NUCKOLLS County Free Im- munization Clinic will be held the first Wednesday at Brodstone Memorial Hospital from 2-4 p.m. Bdng immuni- zation records. Chicken pox vaccine now available, phone 402-879.3910 for information. Sponsored by Brod- stone Memonal Home Health Care. 26-oarnc COLLECTOR CAR Auctionl Mecum Auction at Goodguys 2nd Midwest- em Nationals. September 19-21. Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS. Market is strongl To offer a car for sale call 815-568-8888. GO FLY a kitel Callaway Kite Right Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 30-31. Major regional sanction fly. Conces- sions, evening entertainment. $20 flying fee. Free viewing, parking. 306- 836-2620. FREE LEGAL advice. We help in- jured people. Bryan, Lykine, Hejtmanek and Fincher, P.A. To- peka, Kan. 800-608-2473 or (785) 235-5678. SOCIAL SECURITY disabil~, dabrB; Saundem and Saunders, Attorneys at Law. No recovery-no feel 800- 259-8548. bursed the city for the gas used by the fire department. John Cyr was present to complete final papers to close the STEP grant for the new fire station. Budget for 2004 was presented and approved. Watson informed council the Con- sumer Confidence Report sent to wa- ter customers was deficient in several aspects. The corrected report can be seen at the city hall or library. A vacancy on the library board was filled by Brenda Koster. Fleming asked if rock could be placed on Patterson St. to Omio Rd. Council members concluded this is a cityL~treerand m~y I~'~bked.* ' Bob Roush reported~.q|f~ deed to officially turn the old fire house over to the city is being worked on. Jan Crum is working on pointing the water build- ing. He discovered a problem, the repair of which will involve additional cost. The council approved the cost. Two bids were received to update the water tower to meet safety regulations. Utility Service ofPittsburg bi d $16,480. Cunningham Sandblasting bid $14,443. The Cunningham bid was accepted. Steve Spiegel requested to hook on to the city water. Costs must be paid for by the resident, except for the meter. Korey Vacek requested the use or rent of the city backhoe but this can not be allowed due to fiability. Stafford she met with Darrell Miller, county attorney, abom stray dogs in the city. Nothing can be done unless the city as a dog catcher, housing, food and humane disposal of the animals on the books as an ordinance. Four wheel- ere are legal in town. The clerk was~instructed to write a letter to Waateco informing them of a client who has paid her bill and the trash in front of her house should be picked up. The clerk was instn~ed to write to the Rural Water Dist. No. 1 asking iftl~ agreed to the count of 21 used meter cans and informing them that the price is $5 per can. Ohiowa, Neb. =id.Ameri.. www.mldamedea-feedyard,com M= FEE RD Through M,d-Amer, ca's strength and long-term commitment to our local cattle feeders and corn producers we are pleased to announce: High Moisture Advantage This is a new program that is beneficial to our corn producing customers. Participants in our High Moisture Grain Bank Program will now have the option to sell to the feed yard, additional high moisture corn under the same agreement that so many of our local clientele have used in past years. Add value to every bushel you deliver. Shrink & moisture level: no shrink up to 18 percent moisture, corn will be reduced 1 percent per point between 18-22 percent. Corn will be unloaded quickly and easily through an auger system on cement. Additional bushels of corn that will be purchased are based upon the head count that you will be feeding. CALL 1-800.228.4532 FOR PROGRAM DETAILS ON High Moisture Advantage "F/nishing First "at M/d-,~nerica Feed Yard.. I/ I Obituaries Bryant Clegg Bryant L. Clegg, Fremont, Neb., died Aug. 22. A complete obituary and memorial arrangements will be printed at a later date. Carrie Carrie E. Fry, 80, Clay Center, Kan., formerly of Alton, died Aug. 21. She was born Carrie E. Hale on Apr. 12, 1923, at Paradise. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Carl, died in 1986. Survivors include two sons, Stephen, Estes Park, Colo., and Stanley, Green; adaughter, Claudia VonI~rohe, Lewiston, Minn.; a brother, Thomas Hale, Pittsburg; four sisters, Betty What can you tell me about the new fluorescent l~ulbs designed to replace incandescent bulbs? Are they more efficient? Fluorescent replacements for incan- descent bulbs are a relatively recent product development. These are often called compact fluorescents. A small fluorescent tube is mounted on a base containing a ballast. The unit can be screwed into a standard incan- descent light fixture, said Gene Meyer, extension mechanical engineer. The size of the fluorescent tube l i m its use of the unit to certain fi xtures, but several shapes and sizes are avail- able for various applications. "Recent design changes have re- stilted in smaller lamps, appropriate "for use in smaller fixtures," Meyer said. Fluorescent replacement lamps have much higher efficiencies and longer lives than incandescent bulbs, resulting in lower total operating costs. The fluorescent replacement unit will cost more than the incandescent bulb, between $5 and $ i 0, but the high efficiency combined with significantly longer lifetime makes the fluorescent replacement two to three times cheaper to use. Fluorescent replacements are manu- factured in sizes to replace 25- to 100- watt incandescent bulbs. "Fluorescent replacements would provide a significant savings where there are a large number of fixtures that operate for extended periods of time." Meyer said. ,,Some may not be appro- priate to use outdoors in applications where they would be switched on and off frequently, or to use with dimmers, so read the labels carefully." Fenton, Nickerson; Francis Brent, Hays, Esther Palmer, Salem, Ark.; Patricia Ballard, Stockton; four grand- children; and a great-grandchild. Services were Monday at Clark- Gashaw Mortuary, Osborne, with Rev. Mike Garst officiating. A graveside service was held in Burr Oak Cem- etery, Burr Oak. Carol Fleming Carol Jean Fleming, 51, Beloit, died Aug. 16 at her home in Beloit. She was born March 21, 1952, at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit, to Donald and Connie (Wyman) Schmidt. Carol attended Ionia Grade School and graduated from Jewell High School in 1970. She attended Crum's Beauty School, Manhattan, and worked for Pat's House of Styles. In 1976 she and Jean Eilert to established a hair salon and clothing business, "Joint Effort," Bch)it. 5he was currently working at tlw busi,c,;~;, now a hair salon. Feb. 1 o, 1972, she married Charles "Chuck" Fleming at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Carol was a member of the Ionia United Methodist Church. She and Chuck were charter members of the Beloit Eagles Club and she was the first president of the Ladies Auxiliary. She was a member of the Beioit Area Chamber of Commerce and served on the retail committee to promote down- town businesses. Preceding Carol in death were her sister, Barb, in 1974 and her husband, Chuck, who died in 2000f ~'if Survivors include by her sons, Chuck, Chad, Brad, ~l of Beloit, and Travis, Overland Park; parents, Don and Connie Schmidt, Ionia; three broth- ers, Carl, Esbon; Steve, Jewell, and Roger, Beloit; two sisters, Jo Ann Schmidt, Beloit, and Janice McDaniel, Wellington; two grandsons and her in, laws, Charles and 'Norma Fleming, Beloit. Funeral services were Aug. 21 at United Methodist Church, Beloit. The Rev. Ken Parker officiated. Interment was in Elmwood Cemetery. McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, handled arrange- ments. Jan Roe serving as Deshler postmaster Jan Roe, a Republic area farm wife, has been appointed Deshler postmas- ter. An installation ceremony was held at the Deshler post office Aug. 15. While her husband, Harrell held the Bible the oath of office was adminis- tered by Jim Nelson, managerof postal operations, Lincoln, Neb. An opening prayer was given by her father-in-law, Bill Roe. Jan and Harrell have three children, Josh, 22, Jenna, 17, and Janell, 15. Jan served as Byron postmaster before being named to the Deshler post. Prior to that she worked at the Belleville post office. 0 Sunday, Aug. 31 Late Mndn s Mndifieds With Dwarf= tnd gmlanr~ an t=d IIIBrt Iruk Hot Laps-- 6:30 / Racing 7"-30 Adults-- $t6 / Child (10-t4)-- $6 Race Day ~fennat~ ~-2488 il i II i We will offer for sale to the hejnast bidder at public auction the following described personal property located: 9 miles north of Superior, Nell on Highway 14 or three miels south of Nelson, Neb. on Highway 14 beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 Auction will be begin with houeehold Items/ TRACTORS IHC M Farmali NF Allis Chalmers D-19, less than 300 hours on complete overhaul COMBINE JD 7700 combine, 0 Turbo, 16.f0ot I~alform with hume reel plaborm wilt s~x.row Hesston head hunters EQUIPMENT JD 8-foot ripper, 5 pt. or 7 pt., 3 pt. JD 3 pt., six-row, 30-inch rolling moldboards ma#,ers Versatile 8-inch X 60-foot PTO hydraulic lift Artsway Grinder-mixer Gehl t500 baler 3 pL bale mover 3 pL bale speer Gravity Flow trailers-250, 150, and 60-bushel. JD plows 3 pt. tour-bottom and ~ree-boltom Hasston swaiher hydra swing 1014 JD side delivery rake 896A JD #9 trail type mower, 94oot bar 3 pt., 12-foot chisel plow Krause 16.foot tandem disk with harrow Two, JD low wheel drills Sunflower V plow 3 to 54oot blades JD 7100 planter Old alfalfa packer JO 3 pt. rotary hoe #400 Crustbuster 28-foot, three-row teeth with harrow Kent springtooth JO cultivator Three JD 6.row, 30-inch 3 pL G0-digs JD 16-10 #8200 grain drill Six-rows finger Openers lot plant~ Two platform scales Transfer pump and gas moto Sprayer on cart Several older four-wheel trailer and other trailers Lots of old machinery for iron. TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 100-pound Propane bottle Small acetylene bottias Stacker tool box Big Mow three.wheel nding mower Gas snow blower Shovels Measure wheals Open-end box end wrenches Six-inch vise Two chain hoists Bench gdnder New roar chain, 50 and 60 Two pickup boxes Four, 225 x 16-inch 0res-g0od Cutoff saw Acetylene welder with bottles 3/4 air impact 3/4 socket set Push gas mower Lawn and garden tools 100-amp battery charger Power hack saw Post vise Bolt assortment V.balt assortment Aluminum extension ladder Heavy Duty wheel puller Lots of good, 2X6-inch X is to 20-foot ~umber 110 pickup fuel tank Two pump jacks Lots of good. used tires Railroad tires Two, 300-gallon fuel barrels 500-gallon fuel barrel 100-gallon fuel barrel 15.5 X 28-inch tractor chains 18:4X 384nch duals Irr~t ~rea and whee_ Is Lunch by Tim and Randy's Rock-n-Roll Chuck Wagon i TRUCKS TWO lg63 IHC, two-ton tru(~s Loedstar 1800 steel box and hoist, four-speed- two spe~ ALFALFA SEED 700 pounds of one-year-old ai~Ifa 1979 Oldsmobile car VEHICLES LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT & FEED Seven X 16-foot bumper stock trailer Big round bale feeder Lick tank Steel portable loading chute Steal corral panels Pickup stock racks.steel Four tractor tire feeders 12-big round bales of one-year-old ~elrle hay Chicken feeders and brooder ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Fainting couch Wdnger washer Wrenches Dreg augers Cream cans Telephone insulators ~ne cupboard Sma~ p~e bench Child's metal wagon Two gallon Crock jug Cast iron boiler Two old wood storage boxes Camel back trunk Flat top trunk Round dining room table Steel implement wheels Horse.drawn stalk cutter Horse drawn planter Horse drawn corn binder t0ngue~ and sha~ Horse (x)llars Double trees OUReadera Digest and National Ge0grephics Pen and Pencil colh~lon " New Royal treadle sewing machine Windmill Darts FaP~ntng mtg APPLIANCES Dorm refrigerator Dishwasher 22-inch Zenith color"IV with stand HOUSEHOLD & MISCELLANEOUS Playhouse Lots of books windew ~, ~n0 Miscellaneous tables Christmas decor Small kitchen appt~, pots and pans Life Styler motorized treadmill Comfort Glow portable kerosene heater-new Picnic table and cheire Weed Eater, hoses, sprinkle~ Many more items not listed , i i Terme: Clmh or lteck w~). Ixop~'lD. Pt, opeztp/le yourl when bld ML AU Itenm sold In "a~i~ ~BIIo~ dsecdp~k~ torte but M ow~llty, ~,the mm~lk eueeomemm pt~t~ mira m mmmm, eltl~ ~qxtmd or irnpa, e, md m net ~pemU~ ~ my m~ m n~=~d pml~/. Ne pn~ty ~md u~ ~m~e ~. ~ ~ eW e~ =m um IXmmr~ ov*r ~,tm m~Ut~l. Elddck & Sal~:c~n:Ue~red bY Gale Mikkelsen OWNER: e I & Dale Uhrmacher Gale Mikkelsen @ 402-879-4464 PO Box 184 * Superior, Neb. 68978 Dale Uhrmacher @ 402-225-4292 Nelson, Neb. E-maih mr44608@alltel.net Web site: mikkelsen-realestate-auctions.com i