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9A JEWELL COUNTY ~ECORD Thursday. September 1,2Q16 Classifieds Phone 402-879-329t or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankatoto place your acl. II SATURDAY, OCT. 8, Community Center in Re~ Clou~, Net), 9 a.m. Selling 144 lots of clocks. Uve and internet bidding w~h proxJ~id, for the Goebel Estate. Montgomery' Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9c SATURDAY, C~T. 8, 33- N. Walnut St Red Cloud, Neb starting at noon. Selling 2011 FI50 pickup, L::~02 GMC pickup, JO60 tractor~ guns, tools, col- lecti~les for the Lee Goebel Estate. Montgomery" Auclion and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9 SATURDAY, OCTOBEF! 29, North- east Guide Rock, Neb g :3t3 a>m. Selling modem ranch house, Morton building on one plus acres land Also tractors, pickup, car, household and colle~'ti~les for the Richard Kimminao Estate. Montgomery Auction and Really Ln charge o~ .sale. t 4-34- t 0c HUSKERS HUGE Unique Collectible Auction, Friday, 9-18 Don 'Fox" Bryant Estate, Shrine, 10 minutes south of Lincoln, Hwy. 77-Saltilio; viewing at 3 pro auction 6-10 pro. fordfordauclioneets.com. 14 15-O pport u nitres TRAIN AT home new Begin a career in healthcaie, compute re, accou nting anct morn. Online career training. HS diploma. GE D and compuler-inte met nee~ ~. 1-888-92'6-6058 TminOnline Now.corn 15 16-Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: Homegrown tomatoes Phone 785-875-395! or 402-879- 5OO6. I, 6-,35-2p FOR SALE: Winchester gun and of rice safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-1fc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Pubrishi~j Co. He~p keep track of trav~t expenses for the I.R.S 16 384fp ENJOY t00 percenl guaranl,eecr, de- livemd-lo-the-door Omaha SteaKs. Save 75 percenl plus get 4 tree Omaha Steaks burgers. Order the Family Gourmet Buffet - Only $49.99. 1-800= 715-6136. mention orlee 46191JeF orwww omahasteaks ccm~/hke29. ~ S'IART LOSING weight wdh Nutrisystem,~ a~l-ncw T~fbo 10 Plus. Fr~c shakes are a~a~l~l~re Io h(:tp criJSh yL'lUr htJngCr ~.~a]l ~.;S I!0~," i] I lI 80~-2,|3-6619 ~'.Ol~(JlhDr'~, rIR~iI~ ,"JIp' 16 POR rAHLE OXYGEN concenlrutot may be c~voted by Me0icore. Re. cla in1 independence and mobility w ~th the compael design and long-lasting battery of rnogen One. Fred inl'o~ma- tion kit. Call 800-731-19~ 15 NO MATTER what you need, cheek The Express and Ae otd CLassifieds first. 22-Vehicles 2012 Fo~l F250 Superior Duty Larlet 4x4 Truck Two-lone brown with 49K, bedflner, flipover ball, stepdown fail,safe. sunroof, heated leather, navrgation BeaLrliful, dean truck, insk/e and out, $35,900 OBO. Call 785e527~ or 785-527*3208 ~ ~ 24-Real Estate ACREAGE FOR sale, near Superior, Nab on Highway 8. Six acres, re- i'l'H~eLod hoiJse, property bolh sides of creek, private and abundant wild- life. For price and deiails all' ow her al 402.879.1866. 24-35- lp FOR SALE c~ rent: 1435 N. Idaho St Superior, Nab. Would carry on con- Iract fc~ qualified person. Central heat e, nd air, three bedrooms. Ideal for single or couple. 30~-650-9558, 308- 5-4~.i261& 24-34-tfc 25-Mobile Homes LENDERS OFFERING $(3 down for land owners= Roll your new home and land improvements into one pack- age. Discoont nat~nal pricing on Breeze II doublewide and our 60~h Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ins welcome. 866-B58-681B~. 25 30-Musical Instr. 30TH ANNIVERSARY piano sale. Register for prizes including 50' I-V, GoPm camera and more. Verticals starting at $688. Grand pianos from $2,488. Paymenls from $49-me. Mid- America Piano~ Manhatlan 800-950- 3774 I~ano4u om 3C 36 Thank you WE WOULD like to thank all ourchil- dren and grandchildren, relatiwsand friends who helped us celebmle our 65th Wedding AnnNefsary Thanks to businesses ~king for the wen- dedul meal and to all who seal, cards. I1 was greatly appreciated. Evelyn and Jim Hudey. 3~-35-1 p RICHARD, CURTIS Car~er, Mickey Vork, Cada Jan,doe, Cioc~y Hewitt would like te thank you for cards, l,houghl8 and prayers in the death of our son, grandson and nephew, Colton Curtis Carve, aged 24, on Aug. 9. Buried in Lordsburg, N.M. 36-35-1c THE FAMILY of Richard Kimminau express their sincere thanks to Fa- ther Schultes for the b,eautitul Mass/ services for Richard, to Father Frank at Red Clouc~ and Father Oberny of Itebron Ior their visits, to Heritage at Red Cloud and 8rodstone Memor~l Hospital for Ihcir wonc~rful care, to Ihe Gu,do Rock. Cow4es, and t a ~rence American Legions and Air I o~ce versonnel from Omaha for the r~llllf~ry honor ~ll IhC l'onor~t, the AII~ ~,?r,liDt," ~U'[ll.2.~ el St. Sl~hen~ la~ ti'qn l,uneral lunch, lot the cards, visits, phone Ca)LS~ tODd and dOnatLons and memorials Gc,~ bless all el, you Ior cverythlng Clarence and Dolores Kir'nmin&U family. ~Ob and Arlene Ahrens famdy. Donne and Die neS1reii family and Charles Streit family 36-35.1c Parkview Haven Nursing Home l )~'~-Iih.'l', Neb t i~ m,'m t tt miCl~tJl l,k' dl~PllO#iOl?S.~ilt" Part Time Afternoon-Evening Dietary Aide Add oa for ~:xpt.riez~ce. ]-or iltt~rn~ation and an app[ication, call Sheryl Fuller, (402) 365-7237 ('l;i% (-elllPr I"ilrfU 1 5 1 hTig;ited ;t l'f.~ for s;ilf ,qluth oft'he) ('eilll, r. N lWil,*~k;i BUSINESS FOR SALE This is a family owned waste collection business that has served its community since 1996. The owner has retained a very loyal customer base and is willing to assist in the transition in any way possible, Chief Disposal is a highly profitable business with the potential #or growth in surrounding counties and communities. Please inquire Business located in for more details, north Central Kansas, Contact Shelly Davis, Owner ~. Chief Disposal LLC 785-545-5945 I WANT to thank everyone who has helped Barb and me through the last six weeks, al~ who broJght over food, helped with 1he mowing and wo~k i could horde and all who prayed for us aswe wentthro~gh my heart surgery. It looks like the prayers worked. Here at home, the Brodstone Hospital and clinic and all who wO~, them. We am lucky to have such a ptace In our town. Bryan Heart in Lincoln saved my life and is the only place to go to have major work done. I was lucky I got through this with my life and with- out any heart damage. You have to know out f~mily to know whal they went through when I was in surgery and my recovery. Thankyou all. From our ~dds, we have 16 grand kids ~at I am not done with yet an~ have to be around at least another 15 y~ars. Thank you. Rich and Barb Howe. 36-35-1 p II Obituaries Patsy Groves Thursday. Sepiamber I. L~16 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 9B Huck Boyd managed media relations at 3 Republican National Conventions Editor's Note: For morn than 50 years mer'~m of the Boyd family owned the Jewell County Record newspaper, FOr many of thoSe years F. W. {l~Jsl Boyd Jr wasthe editor of the Maakato paper which was printed in the Philllpsbu~g, Ken plan1 man- aged by his otderbrother, Huck. Three generations of the Boyd family were associated wilh the Mankato news- p~pet. On Aug. 19+ 1976, the Sarina Journal published the felk:~Ning sto~j al:<~Jt theolder brother, MCDttt'Huck" Boyd of Phillipsu~. [-Luck Boyd Icanccl hack in h~s chair aad mbl-,e,J hi.~ ha~Js ~r,~ss the ~r~-c,~, and scars in lhc dcsk~.)p, 'Fhcn tim hands, one squeezing a cigarette. nrl.IV%h~ thiougll the pap i~ aud pad~, eavelor, cs and notct~x~ks, hn)keii p,i2n- il-'.:and cm ply bhlel31iilllS, lt~ find Spa;e to scrawl a~othe order to him~lf; "Luach l 2:30," Seconds beftne, he had said, "'This p~'e is a n'~adht~u,~ k~ay, I [X:ltmr ca[J Mania and fliP-,] OUt when ]' nl going for lum:h.'" "Mama" is Hook's w ff~ Marie. v he lately has been c~onfidanl tr) the mad- h~ns IItl)vCS of Mi~lcr Boyd. the gellllml]ati Republican I-torn Kaii~as. Ofl.'otlrs he is I-[lll;k Ill iniist, and Mr. Boyd or Md3111 olily hi tile .~lralitt- est strangers, Ihc ~lull-), or aulhors of the ltillil~hur~ phlnre klttk. Tbere he live.~, most dthe tithe till "l'hitd St~,:t, i Bno~ Boyla~ Enola E Bc)ylan, 92. died Salilrday atAhilene Regimral Hospital, Ahflcne. Texa~ The daughter of P ier N. Steicr and Mi[drcd E, Aurandt Steier. site was born Nc~v 3. 1923, in r~ra] Jew ll Connty. Em~la gradualcd Ihlnl Slll~CL'illr Hi gh S<'h~nll She was ntliled in mamagc Io Chesiic C, Boylan inl (h.'t, l ~, 1~44, and Io this nnion Ihre,c datl[2hter~ 1.421-1z t~m. Lynn. Panl la and Kiinh~rlev. She-~ was a recoiler ill' Ihe Ull/ICd Mellti~.li~t Chu~.'h. Scandia. She was pr|,'~,'o3 d iti death hy her parenh. Peler alld MildroJ Seeier. and hu~mJ. Cke~[ie C Buylan. Stiq i~ ~ar,'i,ced hy three daughter,~, [.)'iiPi RiPl~ t+f Florence. Texa~: Mrs. Mark Ihdh~ L IPii~ncla} ill Ahilcne. "ll.Ill, a% and Kiinbl:rley Shint~ltd eli Hct~itt,T ~a~', fi ~'c grariik'hildren.illn ~ t~rcal-gr~ndchildrell. ~t brolher. Elvin ,~teier {It I-tcmkir~,on. Neb tli{:t,t ~, and Ilvphcv,'~. ~:tJi :r rri;nIi~e~ lind ll~an ~ I-Ies luner,il ~ill tt' hcld al II!.I{1 ,I I11 ti~llldTlt~l i l"lld,i,%~ Jt flk" I.'nited I% [~.l~l~r K,dli~ - uilh~. [rllerrn lit i~dl h~.' III ]'I,IIFII' "f~tv~t' ('l'll~t'1~,'l', ~ir,iI We Want You Blue Hill S l l=r Qualit Cam is accepting applications for a Director of Nursing, RN charge nurse and CNA/MA's We offer 8 or 12 hours shifts for charge nurses and aides+ PT/FT/PRN positions available. We offer shift differentials, weekend differential and benefits wilh Sign on bonus for F'r permanent positiens: $1,500 for a FT RN Equal Opporlunit'y $1,1300 for FT CNA/CMA ~rn.DIoyer Blue Hill Care Center ~ N W,~ S' ~1~ H ~3~ 402-756-2080 er~ail sacton@Sssl. em or apply onffrll~ Fivefivestarseniodiving. o~ t"- Colburn b'arm-%Vebsier ~'~. ~u~ly 8f) & 160,3 licres for sale so at Blue Ilill, Nebraska This is a qualhy combinalion t~ml whh non-irfi~aicd cropland, pasture, and hayla,d. Adam D. Paveika, J.I). (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 A(;KI AFFILIATES, INC. II Hartman Farm Auction /57 acres nf refired CRP, timber, and grass next to Rosemont in Webs#er Co. I PM. September 2 I. 2016 Blue Hill Coltlllll.lllilv C'entcr Blue Hill, Nebraska But he has lived here, r'[)nvclllion ciiy |cmpotarily-un the lilt.re from the Muehl 'tgtch Holel l~ Municipal Aadi- Ior~um io the Irailets Oulside Kemper Arena. where hc supervi,~s media op- eralions for ;he 1976 R~puh]ican Na- liona] Convemion. He smiles, fired in the late morning, lfis e), ~ arc wide and bright and hl~ behind Ibe gla ~,~, "'1 thought may h~. j q maybe.th inss would StOW down after everyl'~Kly go, here. al'terall the media had ccecl nt~.al s and pla~: s to s~ay,'" Boyd said, "Wrying," he ~id whh a ~igh to- ward zhe ueiling. H stops, lifts the phcm IO answer and gives orders aad IY=(tN orders. "Mania atrd [ think we'd like to a Ihdc more free: ~e go a lot. hm it is always srJ~llethill~ v,c have to do. "riVe would like to ~'MIn '~cJay 10 do thin~ v, do nm have zo do." I-luck Boyd. whose family i.~ a tra- dilt~)li (if Ihe Kan ~s ue~vspar~r [iidiis- fly. ha~ work='d .~ilK' 1-1st l)~'eint',a t.~; Kan-~a~ Republicans g ~ffed thi~ )ear. "'Oor ~lc[zales would I~." nnll%.' el- t'Ccliie il the) had ,i)111 iiili.'~.lllillllllegl [ii :ill) eaiididah.-," he ~,al~. "()ilL'e ii di~l ~zal~' ix k~:kcd In Ill :.1 eandid~itc'. dial ean [idale d~x:~it' I iA-~li'i~. ;.tk:lLl hrni or h= -[.~ arl~ Ih 'i,)l~lllvnt t ;uln(~l ~1| ~'~J/ in. "'A Sl;ilC can ,ira1 ' gel ;i hearlli~ h~. virtue til .b. '[.r~L-.[qnl.HH 'd Iro.~ll I'[ may excrci ~' llll]II lE d, ir1117 pl,lt- Iorill anL[ piili ), tll.'ilrlll ,~ 111~] ,illil,'l i. ntallcr~;. li lit I ~'.Jll~ }. H~,'r luncr.tl ~t ~ LIIJr~J.L% .LI Ihc i['Lill,i }lrt'~.l~, Ivl hill ('hllr~ IL ~>i irh P;.t',loI Pllil(;-~li~hl,~lh~ htllll~ I1]N-IltlUI1t it,i% 111 Ih~,' ~;LtiOli,il Itol~,'li;i.LU t K,'p%ll {'t'UlCtCI ' [ul ,~1 ( tlti<~. It,i~.'ilt.'[~1%III ~i.'l f"Uaelal II,que. I#clle~iLIc. ,i,L, ul haI~.' ~1 llw .n'r,lll[2l.'lll~,N~i,L nl.llhing lllil Triiih t,~ Mind ~,l~ h~:al," Ma,~ ll,lLer F~0"J) tone MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Bradstone Memorial Hospital is currently seeking candidates for a Human Resources Manager. Interested individuals should have a Bachelor