This Week’s Classifieds: February 12, 2014

SUNHEAT HEATERS, fire places and Mountainaire air purifiers for sale. Service on any brand heater. Deb and Dwaine Trease, Clearwater, NE. 402-485-9264.             8tfn
FOR SALE: (2) Complete Behlen Curvette building doors. Each door made of (4) 3′-5″ tall x 9′-8″ wide bolted panels. Make offer. Leave message. (402) 843-5959.    19c
UPPER ELKHORN NRD–Water Resources Technician: Responsible for assisting the District in the implementation of their Groundwater Quality/Quantity Programs and other district objectives.  Work experience will be considered in lieu of Post-Secondary Education in natural resources or other agricultural related fields.   Familiarity with Microsoft office and ArcGIS programs beneficial. This position is full-time.  The district provides paid holidays, vacation & sick leave; offers medical, vision, dental insurance and retirement.  Salary Range: $24,000-$32,000 based on experience. Please send resumes and three references to: Upper Elkhorn NRD 301 North Harrison, O’Neill NE  68763.  For full job description go to: or contact the office at 402-336-3867.  Applications will be taken until March 10, 2014.  The UENRD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 19-21c
CORNERSTONE BANK in Bartlett is taking applications for a FT teller position.  M-F:  8-4.  High school education or equivalent is the minimum. Prefer up to 6 months cash handling and/or retail experience.  Computer.  Accuracy. Ability to deliver unmatched customer service. For more information contact:  Cornerstone Bank  250 3rd  Street, Bartlett, NE 68622.  308-654-3231.  EOE/AAP    18-20c
WHEELER CENTRAL Schools in Bartlett will be taking applications for a business manager. This will be a full time position year round. Send resume along with application to: Wheeler Central Schools, Attention Mr. Klahn @ P.O. Box 68, Bartlett, NE 68622. For more information call: 402-336-7804 or 308-654-3273. Please file application by February 15, 2014.    16-19c
BARTENDER WANTED: 21 years of older. Immediate position available, experience preferred. Call Kim at 402-843-2167 or apply at The Steel Steed Steakhouse & Saloon, Elgin.            44tfn
HELP WANTED: Positions available for shop mechanic and pen riders.  Health and other benefits available, Niewohner Feedlot, Elgin  402-843-5671.        44tfn
TRUCK DRIVER to haul gluten.  Must be dependable. References required.  Will train. Call 402-843-5672 ask for Len.    1tfn
PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 plus tax. Appointments highly recommended. The Elgin Review, 116 South 2nd St, Elgin NE. 402-843-5500.      1tfn
CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384.     1tfc
FOR RENT: One bedroom apartment, rent based on income. Utilities included. Washer and dryer in each unit. Call 402-843-2339 or 402-843-2230. The Homestead.  This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.??    9tfn
STORAGE UNITS for rent: 11 X 24 and 12 X 12. Beckman Lumber Inc.  402-843-2131.    6tfn
FOR RENT: Smith’s Storage Buildings, Elgin. Clean, dry and secure. Sizes 8’ x 16’ and up to 12’ x 24’. Prices start at $28/month. Contact Lee or Marie Smith. 402-843-2391.    1tfc
My sincere thanks to the Elgin Rescue Unit for coming when we called for help. You are all a gift and we appreciate everything you do!  To our families, neighbors and friends for the prayers, food, flowers, visits and telephone calls while I was in the hospital and since returning home. To Fr. Ross Burkhalter for the special prayers and blessing. To Lyle and our children for all the support and love. Our parish and community consists of special people, sharing and giving. We are so blessed to be a part of it. God’s Blessing be with all of you.                Betty Mackel
We would like to thank everyone at Niewohner’s Feed Lot and the Elgin Rescue team for their help when Tony was hurt. Thanks also to all our family and friends who called to check up on us.                             Tony & Denise Getzfred
We would like to thank all of you who braved the cold and snow on Sunday to attend our annual Valentine Breakfast. Thank you to all who donated prizes for our raffle and who purchased raffle tickets. Thank you for your continued support of our school.                    Friends of St. Boniface
We want to thank the many people who have made the last week with Mom easier. Your prayers and kind thoughts were felt each day. To the staff at the Neligh Golden Living Home, a heartfelt thank you. A special hug to the hospice team and the kitchen workers who made sure we ate. Fr. Ross, your visits were a comfort for Mom and our family;  we loved your eulogy at the funeral Mass and the brevity of the service at the cemetery (Brrr). We appreciate all the bars and cookies brought in for the wake service and the salads and desserts for the funeral dinner. Also thanks for the food brought to Mom’s home for us. Thank you for those who helped organize and serve. Mom had a long, wonderful life because of many of you, your parents and grandparents that are gone now. Do they play cards in Heaven?                       Janice & Ray Pelster, John & Peg Benda, Judy & Gayle Zegers, Joan & Tom Johnson, Jerry & Kathy Benda, Julie & Dennis Thome, Jeaneen & Dan Welniak, Jolene  &  Pat Foss, Joyce & Bob Holliday, Jill & John Dunning

Maybe it was a hug, a word of encouragement, a phone call or food brought to the house….it was appreciated. Thank you.              Gayle & Judy Zegers