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squeaker win over Tri- set the stage for weekend for the Wildcats. basketball fans who the Wildcat Gym Friday ing certainly got their worth in the action Tri-County. lead between the two in the first encounter had moved back and fourth was in command of margin with four to go in the final Wildcat fans were on victory, however, moved back and had the down by one twice in the 60 seconds of play. in the final two utes of play made a game ) out of Steve Hiatt. With 17 rods left in the ball game, R scored his only two points ke game and put the Wild- ahead by the winning one t. :rry Siebecker gathered 19 )unds during the game and red 16 points in the first half. was scoreless the second I. he reserve team lost to Tri- ~ty 68-46. he Wildcats had a much tier time against the ~in Flyers in the local ~ Saturday evening. Playing ~in for the first time in ~ral years, Superior scored ints in the first half while ~ding the Flyers to only 10 ~ts. The win was the third ~ight for Superior, ranked in the Tribland B-C top ~e Wildcats dominated the ~ing columns and led by as ~h as 26 POints at one time in i~ fourth period of play. Bach Gary Kile sent in the ~ch for the final few minutes j~!ay and had 14 points scored ~Franklin while being held ~eless. were paced by 6- senior Pat Worden, who the range for 18 tallies. in double figures were 6- senior Jerry Siebecker 14 and Steve Hiatt with 10. cost the Wildcats in both games but defensive action helped the wins. Superior made 22 passes in the Franklin JERRY SIEBECKER (34) goes in for two for the Wildcats who defeated Franklin 54-42. Bruce Garrels (30) is also in on the action. Express Photo VOL. LXXIII--No. 3 16 Pages in Two Sections :.:.:.:.: e r i or ,o c,nt, iii!iiii Largest Paid Circulation Weekly Newspaper in South Central Nebraska. e SUPERIOR, NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 game. Both of the opponents attempted to press but the Wildcats were able to force them out. The reserves easily defeated Franklin Saturday with 73-43 score. Next action for the Wildcats, now 5-4 on the year, will be Friday when they travel to Hebron. Score by quarters: Franklin 2 8 13 20--43 Superior 8 16 19 11-54 Box Score Franklin Game: fg ft f pts Superior Jeff Jackson 3 0 3 6 Mark Ferrichs I 3 2 1 Steve Hiatt 5 0 3 2 Bruce Garrels 1 0 3 2 Kent Madsen 0 2 0 2 Jerry Siebecker 7 0 2 14 one and six-year street council also approved several Don Scripter O 1 1 1 Pat Worden 8 2 2 18 Score by Quarters Superior 12 18 12 10-52 Tri-County 20 9 8 14-51 Box Score Tri-County Superior Jeff Jackson 2 0 3 4 Steve Hiatt 5 0 3 10. Bruce Garrels 3 3 2 9 Jerry Siebecker 7 2 0 16 Don Scripter 1 1 0 3 Pat Worden 3 3 2 9 Mark Frerichs 3 3 3 9 Eleven new members were welcomed into the Superior Chamber of Commerce at the organization's annual meeting held Tuesday evening in the AT THE ANNUAL MEETING Tom Beckler (left) 1973 president of the Superior Chamber of Commerce, presented Jack Hughes, retiring president, with a plaque in appreclation for hls service to the Chamber In 1972. Express Photo High School cafeteria, knockers are always on the Wallis, Dayre Williams, Arlo The chamber budget, ac- outside. Doehring, John Wagner, Keith cording to Manager Larry Howard Crilly reported on the Eiel and Bill Blauvelt. Weeke, was in excess of $25,000 history of the Superior Chamber last year. According to the of Commerce. He said that first written report distributed to the chamber of commerce was the members, there were seven best for it was organized when industrial development projects there, was only one man here ............. during 1972 including the and he lived south of town in a Plans approved a[ "the opening of the Leprino Cheese cabin along lost Creek. Company plan with a payroll As recounted by the historian, Sam Molder was appointed as of 45 and the addition of 20 jobs William Louden formed the Construction has forced the cancellation of Superior's two invitational track meets. The 11th annual Elks lodge Invitational and the 14th annual Ed Weir Invitational track meets will not be held this year according to notification sent to schools Tuesday which nor- mally participate in the events. Superior High School of- ficials, in cancelling the meets, said it was impossible to schedule them as the Hastings Asphalt Company would be hard surfacing the track about the same time-this spring as the meets were planned. Both had been popular track meets and had drawn schools from long distances. The Superior Chamber of Com- merce jointly sponsored the Ed Wier meet which honored the great Superior and University of Nebraska football and track star. The meets have been scheduled for 1974. The Elks Lodge Invitational will be held April 6, 1974, and the Ed Weir Invitational on April 16. Eight of the 10 officers of the Nuckolls County Historical Society met at the Superior Chamber of Commerce office Friday afternoon. President Oswin Keifer called the meeting to order and ask Charlotte Clabaugh to read the minutes of the last meeting. They were approved as read. Treasurer Joe Schaaf reported that $34,000.00 had been raised for the museum. With a minimum expense of less than $350.00. Carl Washington, who has been assisting the treasurer told of where the money had come from. Of the total $2,100.00 had been sent in from outside of Nuckolis County and 45 percent of the total amount has been given as memorials. In behalf of the society, president Keller thanks the Superior Chamber of Com- merce for th,,ir help and promise of future support. He also expressed thanks to every individual and organization which has made a contribution. It was decided that whe~, $40,000 is raised bids will be called for and a contract let for the new museum. The officers asked everyone to watch for an announcement of a big meeting in March. In the meantime contributions should to sent to Joe M. Schaaf, Superior, Neb. 68978. "Lets Keep this worthwhile project moving." Latest Contributions John E. and Barbara Bell, Tempo, Ariz. $I0.00 Miss Grace Douthitt $25.00 Memorials Jessie and Mildred Hayes, memorial to her father, Si Perry $25.00 Mrs. Thelma Lyons, nieces and nephews memorial to Roy Hayes $100.00 The board members indicated until the coming school yea.,'. January meeting of the their interest in attending an Supt. Dale Mooberryreported Superior Beard of Education area meeting with 20 or 40 other that the second state aid call for the addition next year of school boards if such a meeting payment of $23,645.70 had been plans for Superior ~oPPunrOVed by the Superior cil Monday evening public hearing the proposed t~ study is and Paul Hutchinson. Mrs. to in Feb. 9bytheArabelle Hanna was reap- roads on thepointed to the housing sides of Bloom authority. from Third to Eighth Superior will share in cost of the street ira- Feeders with the State of appointments, auditorium custodian. He will at the Mid-America Dairymen chamber when he built a store Mrs. Boyd Imler was reap-be in the building during the plant. The commercial building and school even though pointed to the planning corn- daytime and will be in charge of development report showed 22 there weren't any residents mission. New members named all bookings for use of the projects including the opening here. to the commission for three- building, of six new businesses during To curethat problem he had a year terms were Mike Pearce The council reiterated 1972. newspaper printed someplace construction won't this year but it is hoped construction can be Estimates as to city's share of the cost are time but it is the Project may cost as much as $100,000. the completion of Street project, the plan calls for the of Eighth Street from to Central. other action Monday the The Nuckolls County Feeders Association will hold their next meeting Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the Elks Lodge in Superior. The main speaker for the evening will be Dr. James Gosey, Extension Livestock Specialist from the University of Nebraska. His topic will be on Carcass Evaluation--Grade and Yield. In his summary, Dr. Gusey will relate how carcass JAYCEE PRESIDENT LarrT Oarby observes Mayor Fred Alexander sign the proclamation making January 21 to 28 as Jaycee Week in Superior. Several special events are planned during the week to focus attention on the young men and the work they are doing. Express Photo previous policy that bookings will be accepted only for events sponsored by local organizations. evaluation can be compared to the judging of animals at county fairs and in sale barns. Other topics to be covered during the meeting are terms commonly used in the livestock trade, such as marbling, maturity and conformation. According to Marvin Sather, Bob Garey, main speaker for and distributed it from here to the evening, complimented the convince people Superior chamber on doing an out- existed. That according to standing job. He said working in a chamber of commerce was a selfish endeavor as they would benefit from the growth stimulated by the workings of the chamber of commerce. According to Garey anti is a sign of personal failure and he warned those in attendance that Crilly was an old Chamber of Commerce trick that managers have been using ever since. The new officers and direc- tors of the chamber took office at the close of the meeting. Tom Beckler who served as vice- 2% more teachers in the can be scheduled, received for District 11 and a Superior school system. The school attorney was $35 payment for District III. According to school prin- present and discussed the Superior schools will get cipals Charles Denson and possibility of liability insurance' $94,582.81 this year which is David Watters, the additional for the board and ad- down slightly from last year but staff will permit expansion to ministration members. The above the $89,000 estimated. board decided to delay action the curriculum. The elementary art teacher for grades K-8 will become a full-time position. It is now a half-time position. Next year the elementary vocal music instructor will teach vocal music to grades K-8. The in- strumental music teacher will teach grades 5-12. At the high president during 1972 is the school level a combination president. Directors are Vernon music and English teacher will Johnson, Jack Stinson, Run be added. The industrial arts courses will be expanded as will social studies with the addition of more sections. Currently only three years of industrial arts is offered. An industrial arts course for the girls may be Ads Find Buyers When Placed in The Express Week aRer week advertisers in The Superior Express report the fine results they obtain with their Express Classifieds. Last week this classified brought im- mediate results. ALFALFA HAY in square bales for sale. Roy Blauvelt, Superior. Phone 402-879-4480. The hay was sold as soon as the paper came out and 15 others called after it was sold. The County Extension Agent, this The annual hoop shoot contest Saturday, Jan. 27. added. meeting should be one of the sponsored by the Superior Elks The contest is divided into For the first time, two years most interestingmeetingsofthe lodge will be held at thethree age groups for boys ages of both French and Spanish year. Superior High A new program of personal program's name. School gym eight through 13. languages will be available. Each contestant will shoot 25 Art will be expanded to a four- free throws for the score. The year program. The lifetime winners of each group will sports course will be made ~dvance to the state finals available to more students. An which will be held in Kearney. attempt will also be made to Each contestant is required to reduce the size of the math and wear gym shoes. Basketballs science classes. will be furnished. Principal Watters indicated Boys from the Superior Elks the changes were being made to involvement on the part of Price pointed out "thatLodge jurisdictional area are better meet the needs of the Kiwanis members called Share mutual effort on the part of all invited to enter me contest. .students and to reduce the Your Life will get underway segments of society- sharing- is Gene Brnening will again number of teachers that must immediately in Superior, ac- absolutely essential in a world serve as chairman of the con- move between buildings. cording to John Price, president like ours." He said that the test. In other action, the board of the Kiwanis Club. Share Your Life concept is not decided to continue the policy of The program will call, confined to Kiwanian and Beauty Shop To not charging admission to the specifically, for personal action Kiwanis clubs alone. "Rather," New Location junior high, freshman and by Kiwanis members in theh~ ~ajd, "it is the hope of reserve sporting events. The fields of service, the home, Kiwanis that the ideal ofBev's Beauty ~op, owned by only exception will be reserve association with others, recreation and exploration-- sharing will extend to everyone Mrs. Beverly Turner, will be basketball when followed by a within the community." moving this weekend into the varsity game. aspects of life suggested by the The new program was building just north of the Permission was granted the letters composing the world adopted by Kiwanis In-Western Auto Store on Highway Superior Art Guild to use the "share," which is a part of the ternational members at the 14 north. She and her operators North Ward Activity room for 12 organization's 57th annual will take care of all the ap- Monday evenings. The Will Tour With convention in Atlantic last June. pointments booked through elementary art teacher will Sioux Falls It envisions Kiwanians Saturday at her present offer art lessons to the guild working with young people and location, and will be o~en for members. The regular rental Concert Band older people alike, to the mutual business at the new place of .fee will be charged for the use of 1"he Sioux Falls College, Sioux benefit of all. business Tuesday morning, me room. Falls, S.D., concert band will visit a three-state area next month as they begin a week- long annual tour. Forthy-three members of the band will board a bus on The Nebraska Department of does promise some ira- campus Feb. 4 and head for 11 Roads has just released an provements during the next six concert stops in South Dakota, attractively printed multi- years. colored book called "Focus on The one-year certain plan for Nebraska Highways." highway improvement in this The book outlines the six-year area calls for the grading and highway improvement program surfacing of 4.4 miles of High- proposed for Nebraska high- way 14 south of Aurora at an ways. As wastrue last year, the estimated cost of $770,000, proposal fails to focus major asphaltic concrete surfacing of work in this area next year but 13.3 miles of Highway 74 bet- Wyoming and Nebraska. Ragene Darling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Darling, is a member of the band this year. He plays the tuba. Following the tour, the concert band will perform their home concert Sunday, Feb. 11, ween Ong and Strang and the grading and surfacing of 5.5 miles of U.S. 281 north of Red Cloud at a cost of $810,000. There is no work scheduled this year on any sections of U.S. 36 or Highway 8 and only the one section of Highway 14. The five-year plan for the improvement of the three high- wa~'s which are the major ad cost only 90c. If you have something to buy, sell or trade call the classified number, 402-879-3291. THE DRIVER and four other occupants escaped wlth only minor scratches when this car went out of control and overturned two and one-half miles south of Nelson late Monday evening. Marc Skinner was the driver. Passengers included Lynn Nielsen, Chuck Nelson, Arnold Brown and Neal Hinz. The accident was Investigated by Trooper Ed Clark. Nelson Gazette Photo travel routes serving Superior is better. Work is planned in the next six years on nearly 53 miles of U.S. 136 at an estimated cost in excess of $11 million. Twelve miles of work on Highway 8 at a cost of $1.675,000 is planned in _Gage and Pawnee counties. There is considerable work planned for Highway 14 during the six-year period. Included is 67 miles from Niobrara south to near Neligh at a cost in excess of $5 million. Work is planned for nearly 45 miles of Highway 14in this district, Incl~ is grading and surfacing from south of Nelson to Clay ~er and relocation of three miles from Superior south at a cost of $5~0.000.