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L-N Raiders stop six" trying and their persistence paid off in grandchildren: Marc/Funk alad hus- ployed by Superior Deshler in Deshler the fourth quarter when they went on a band, Dr. Joe; Andrea Caldwell and for26years as abookkeeper. game slide 14-1 run to take the lead. The 28 point husband, Shane; Audra Haskins and Violette enjoyed playing cards, TheLawrence-NelsonRaiderswere fourth quarter scoring outburst was husband, Jeffery; Darren Willett and crossword puzzles, crocheting, embroi- happy to see January come to a close, their season best and gave them a 61- wife, Tiffany; David Harse and wife, dery, piecing quilts and watching tele- They hosted Blue Hill, at Nelson, last 41 win. Tuesday, and the Bobcats handed them Statistics were unavailable for the a 41-36 loss for their effort. They Blue Hill game. clawed their way to a 61-54 win over Colton Biltoft hit for 13 points to the Sliver Lake Mustangs, Friday, at lead the Raiders scoring against the Nelson to snap a six game losing slide Mustangs. Brennan Miller dropped in and ended January on a positive note. 1.1 points.DakotaFrahm-Thayeradded The Raiders led the Bobcats 24-20 nine points. Kevin Schroer contrib- at the half. There lead dwindled to 31- uted eight points. Brett Karmazin to- 29 after three quarters of play. The taled six points in the game. Tim Herbek Bobcats went on a 12-5 fourth quarter deposited fivepoints in the score bank. run and pulled out a win. Peyton Drudik and Matt Buescher en- The raiders were on the obverse tered four points apiece. Wyatt side of the coin, Friday, as they trailed Heikkenen closed out the game with 32-23 after two quarters of play. They one point. matched each other with 10 apiece in The Raiders were participating in the third. The Raiders never gave up the Twin Valley Conference Tourna- ment. Game results and additional games were unavailable at press time. The Raiders host the Harvard Cardi- nals at Nelson Tuesday. I I I I Vince Ostdiek Vince Ostcliel~ died Friday. Rosary was Monday at ButlerVoIland Chapel. His funeral was Tuesday at St. Michael's Catholic Church with Fa- ther Michael Houlihan officiating. Surviors include a daughter, Mrs. Stewart Tietjen (Mary) of Superior. Burial with military rites by Hastings veterans organizations was in Parkview Cemetery. Kelsey Menke (50) goes for two under heavy pressure from a Sliver Lake defender. The Raiders lost 42- 32 in Nelson, Friday. Brennan Miller (5) scores two points for the Lawrence-Nelson Raid- ers during their 71-38 loss to the Blue Hill Bobcats, last Tuesday, at Nelson Photo by Sandra Schendt Education Committee hears testimony on veteran tuition, transfer credits, al- ternatiye testing Norma Ridle Norma Louise R/die, the daughter of Ralph and Anna (Ross) Graham, was born Dec. 19, 1919,on a farm near Webber, Kan. She passed away on Jan. 29, 2015, at the Holmes Lake Nursing Home in Lincoln, Neb., at the age of 95 years, one month and 10 days. Norma was one of 1 I children. She attended grade school in Webber, Kan., and while grow- ing up she ac- quired the nick- name of "Tiny" and had beautiful, curly blonde hair. She loved to play softball whenever possible. Norma graduated from Leba- non High School and received her nor- mal training at the Hays, Kan., Teacher's College. She returned to the area and taught country school for two years. She owned a little red"roadster" car, which she truly loved. She met Glenn R/die and on Aug. 20, 1941, in Webber, Kan., they were married. Together they raised their four children on a farm near Superior. Upon their retirement they bought a home in town where they lived until moving to Lincoln in 2002, where she resided until her passing. Norma was a loving wife and mother. She always had an interest in sewing and was a seamstress by trade and she owned and operated Norma's Fabric in Superior, retiring in 1985. She was an active Nuckolls county 4- H leader, and was a member of the Valley Home Extension Club, First United Methodist Church and Meth- odist Women since 1941. She loved to play bridge and be- longed to many bridge clubs and to- gether with Glenn enjoyed going to the "big band" dances. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Glenn, on Jan. 26, 2003; brothers, Dale, John, Lawrence, Maurice, Charles, Kermit, Clyde and Melvin; sister, Ila Callaway; and son- in-law, Donald Willett. She will be dearly missed bY her family, Pamela Reitz and husband, Dr. James, of Englewood, Colo.; Angela Willett of Superior, Neb., Patricia Lewis and husband, Larry, of Lincoln, Neb., and David R/die and wife, Kathryn, of Oak Harbor, Wash.; eight for Less NO EXTRA CHARGE for: Megrue-Price Funeral Home in Supe- rior, Neb., with The Rev. Dr. Jocelyn Tupper officiating. Music was "In Christ Alone," "Hymn of "Promise" and "How Great Thou Art," with Tiffany Willett as the soloist and Carlita Price as the organ- ist. Visitation was held on Monday from 3 to 8 p.m. with family present to greet friends from 5 to 6 p.m. Pallbearers were Darren Willett, David Harse, Grant Harse, JeffHaskins, Shane Caldwell and Frank Heflin. Honorary pallbearers were Sloan Willett, Tanner Haskins and Nicholas Caldweil. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery in Superior, Neb. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to go to First United Meth- odist Church or the Superior Public Library. Condolences may be sent to Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N. Commercial, Superior, Neb., 68978, or Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior, Neb., was in charge of the arrangements. Paid obituary l lnmr Eilunann Delmar Paul Eickmann, son of Wilhelm and Linda (Holtzen) Eickmann, was born Aug. 23, 1926, near Deshler. He died last Wednesday atMary Larming Memorial Hospital in Hastings. He was baptized and confn'med at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Ruskin. He attend country school and gradu- ated from Deshler High School in 1944. Delmar lived and worked on the family farm and for neighboring farm- ers. On April 5, 1953, he married Florence Schardt at Trinity Lutheran Church in Fnedensau. Together they continued to live on the family farm until 1957 and then moved to Sedan where he lived until his death. The Lord blessed this union with four chil- dren, Cynthia, Pauline, Julie and Kurt. He was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Davenport for 57 years. He helped with the construction of the church and parsonage that is in use today. Delmar enjoyed being on the farm, time with his grandchildren and also many various hobbies includ- ing woodworking and tinkering in his shop. Delmar was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Pauline Marie; and his four sisters, Margaret Saathoff, Mildred Blumenthal, Bernice Reinke and Lorraine Scheer. Survivors include his wife, Florence; three children, Mrs. David Montague (Cynthia) of Hastings, Mrs. Lee Maendele (Julie) of Hastings, and Kurt Eickmann of Edgar; six grand- children; seven great-grandchildren; and one sister, Eileen Stych. His funeral was held Monday at St Peter's Lutheran Church in Davenport with Pastor Patrick Flynn officiating. Burial was in St. Peter' s Lutheran Cem- etery. Vlolette Precht Violette Wilhelmina Precht, 96, of Deshler, the daughter of Martin and Minnie (Ahrens) Scholz, was born November 1, 1918 in Deshler. She died last~ Wednesday at Thayer County Health Services in Hebron. Violette attended St. Mark's Lutheran School south of Deshler and graduated from Deshler High School with the Class of 1937. Violette married Louis Precht March 22, 1941, in Emmaus Lutheran Church, Denver, Colo. This union was blessed with the birth of two children. They divorced when the children were young. Violette went to work at the Deshler Broom Factory for 10 years. She decided then to go back to school and attended Lincoln School of Com- merce. After graduation, she was em- Grinding Hamburger, Sausage or Pork Burger Tenderizing Round Steak Making Minute Steak We also Double Wrap Meat for longer freezer freshness (once in poly freezer film and once in paper) We will make Lunch Meat from your beef or pork All Hams, Bacons and Lunchmeats are made with our prize winning recipes and cooked in our country-style Hickory Smokehouse Locker Rentals available for overflow Lard Rendering Slaughtering by Appointment We Double Grind all Hamburger Beef and Pork by sides and quarters available from locally fed animals Full line of meat available by the package Home Fed Beef S,des" ..................... s3.10 Pork Sides ....................................... $1.85 (includes cutting & wrapping)5 Nelson. Bud loved his family, enjoyed hunt- hag and fishing and was an avid foot- ball fan. Bud was a long time member of the Nelson Community United Angela; Grant Harse and wife, Loft; vision. Church ofChristand served on various Aaron R/die and Anna R/die; 14 great- She was preceded in death by her church committees. He was a member grandchildren; sister, Mildred Heflin parents; one brother, Roy Scholz; and of the Masonic Lodge and the Order of of McAllen, Texas; nieces, nephews, a twin sister, Viola Trahan. Eastern Star. He did volunteer work other relatives and a host of friends. She is survived by her son James for the city. Bud enjoyed seeing little FuneralserviceswereheldonTues- PrechtofGoodland;adanghter, Karen children and would try to find some- day, Feb. 3, 2015, at 10 a.m. from the Kolke of Walled Lake, Mich.;, six thing to give to them. grandchildren and two great-grandchil- He was preceded in death by his dren. parents; a brother, Wayne; sisters, Her funeral services was held Mon- Theda Jackson and Lorrayne West; day at St. Peter Lutheran Church in and his daughter, Sharon. Deshler. Survivors include his wife, Veva of Nelson; a daughter Mrs. Dan Smith Marlene Jorgensen (Peggy) of Bellevue, Wash.; and a sis- Marlene Jorgensen, the daughter of ter, Wilma Watts of Fairfield. Cecil and Pauline Harkins, was born His funeral was held Monday at the Oct. 5, 1931, in Jewell County. She Nelson Community United Church of died at the home of her daughter and Christ. with the Rev. Dr. Stephen Berry son-in-law, Nita and Ken Jones in officiating. Burial will take place at a Omaha, on Thursday. later date. Marlene graduated from Superior Williams Funeral Home of Supe- High School in1949. After graduating r/or, was in charge of the arrange- she was employed by The Superior ments. Express. On Jan. 14, 1951, she was tmited in Dr. Byron Brown marriage to Holger Daniel (H.D.) A former Superior resident, Dr. Jorgensen at the United Methodist Byron Lester Brown, 97, died Jan. 25, Church in Superior. Shortly after their 2015, in Little Rock; Ark. wedding, they moved to St. Louis. Aprivatememorialservicewasheld H.D.servedatourinKoreaandMarlene in Little Rock on Saturday, Jan. 31. moved back to Superior awaiting the Burial willbe at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. arrival of twin girls, Nita and Nina, 7, 2015, in Parkview Cemetery in born Oct. 12, 1952. After H.D.'s tour Hastings, Neb., with Pastor Greg in Korea, they moved to Gothenburg, Lindenberger officiating. here a son, Jerry, was born Feb. 19, Memorials may be given to Ecu- 1955. They moved to Brule and then menical Retirement Center - ERC settled in Ogallala. Foundation, 3 Shepherds Cove, Little Marlene's favorite pastimes in- Rock, Ark. 72205 or Hastings Sym- chided going to garage sales and auc- phony Orchestra, P.O. Box 597, tions seeking that special "treasure." Hastings, Neb. 68902. Private condo- She also enjoyed embroidery needle- lences may be sent to the family at work, working in her flower garden Livingston and watching the birds and butterflies Butler Volland Funeral Home & Cre- that visited her garden, mat/on Center is serving the family. Marlene worked at Goodall Elec- Byron was born Feb. 26, 1917, in tric in Ogallala for almost 20 years, Hastings, Neb., to Myron Bentley and then atKeithCountyCourthouse where Clara Lafferty North Brown. He was a she retired after 25 years with the graduate of Hastings College and assessor's office. She also worked part- graduated from University of Nebraska time for Hallmark cards Slerving two Medical School in 1947. He married stores in Ogallala before retiring from " Yleen Phelan of Lincoln, Neb., on that job after 30 years. She was a mem- March 3, 1945. Byron interned at what ber of the United Methodist Church in is now Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, OgallalaNebraskaforcloseto60years. Texas, and entered active duty as a Marlene was preceded in death by Navy doctor aboard the APA Thomas her parents, Cecil and Pauline Harkins; Jefferson. her husband, H.D.; and her brother-in- In 1949 he began general medical law, Marlin Shaw of Superior. practice in Superior, Neb., where he Survivors include her sister, Avis practiced for eight years. His orthope- Shaw, of Superior. dic training was completed at the Uni- Services are pending at this time at versity of Arkansas Medical School in Megrue-Price Funeral Home. 1962. He maintained a private ortho- pedic practice in Fort Smith, Ark., un- Milton (Bud) Ferebee til 1987. Byron and Yleen retired to live at Milton Clare (Bud) Ferebee, 87, the Good Shepherd Retirement Center the son of Herbert and Anna Marie in Little Rock tO years ago. (Jensen) Ferebee was born Nov. 25, He was a member of First United 1927, near Nelson. He died Thursday, Methodist Church in Fort Smith. at Brodstone Memorial Hospital. The family would like to thank Bud attended Pleasant View El- Carissa Frost and the caregivers of ementary School and graduated from Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Nelson High Good Shepherd, LittleRock, Ark. School with the Classof 1946. Bud ' parents; a brother, carlBrown; and a fanned with his fa- sister, Wilma Nowka. ther. Survivors include his wife, Yleen On Sept. 3, Brown, Little Rock; sons and 1950, Bud was spousesThomas andFran)Brown, united in marriage Houston, Texas, Steven ~md Pamela to Veva Shafer at Brown, Little Rock; daughters and the Angus United ' spouSes, Margaret and Wiley Coley, Brethren Church. Brentwood, Tenn., and Susan and Mike To this union twodaughters wereborn, Molitor, College Station, Texas; and Sharon Kay and Peggy Lee. nine grandchildren. Bud was inducted into the United -P,~ ObRuary-- States Army in September of 1952. r Serving during the Korean War, he iPnU~4]l'lnuse,,,.,v x ,.a=v News manned a 105 Howitzer. He was dis- charged in September, 1954, andre- Nuckolls County turned to his grandfather Sam's place where he and Veva again farmed with ~ County Traffic Court his father. Christopher A. Dill/n, Hastings, Bud and Veva operated a Grade B violate stop sign, $75. dairy farm until 1965, when they con- Christopher A. Dill/n, Hastings, no verted to Grade A. In 1978, Bud sold valid registration, $25. his dairy business and went into a cow/ Christopher A. Dill/n, Hastings, no calf operation. Bud and Veva retired valid registration, $25. from the farm in 1992 and moved into Christopher A. Dill/n, Hastings, no tin0 us on ] Facebookl 785-243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia Thursday, February 5, 2015 valid registration, $25. Liberty M. Edwards, Hardy, speed- ing, $75. Jacob C. Bell, Keller, Texas, speed- ing, $25. Jesy L. Scheuerman, Belleville, 'speeding, $25. Stanley Elledge, Superior, improper turn, $25. Andrew John Lovegrove, Superior, speeding, $25. Deimar G. Reinke, Byron, over- weight single axle or group of axles by 4,600 lbs., $500; overweight single axle or group of axles by 800 lbs, $25. Zechariah Richard McGugan, Hewitt, Wis., speeding, $25. Jeremy J. Littrell, Superior, speed- ing, $25. County Civil Court Credit Management Services vs. Amanda Jacobson, Superior, judgment entered. AR Solutions, lnc. vs. Christy M. Olson, Nelson, judgment entered. Portfolio Recovery Associates L.L.C. vs. Peggy A. Foshee, Superior, judgment entered. ARL Credit Services, Inc., vs. Amy A. McGee, Superior,judgment entered. County Criminal Court State of Nebraska vs. Lesley Cox, Superior, shoplifting less than $200, $50 and I0 days in jail. State of Nebraska vs. Wendy Ander- son, Lawrence, issue badcheck of less than $200, $25. State of Nebraska vs. Billy L. Wright, Grand Island, issue bad check of less than $200, $25. Real Estate Transfers Clarence F. Kimminau, Dolores R. Kimminau to Clarence F. Kimminau and Dolores R. Kimminau, trustees, Clarence F. Kimminau and Dolores R. Kimminau living trusts: NW 1/4 NW 1/4 4-2-8; S 1/2 NW 1/4 4-2-8; SW 1/4 4-2-8; NE 1/4 5-2-8. Wyona E. Wagner, deceased, Howard E. Wagner .Jr. to Gary L. Wagner: S 1/2 SW 1/4 24-3-5. Anna M. Hawley, Lane L. Hawley to Anna M. Hawley and Lane L. Hawley living trusts, Lot 1 and Part Lot 2 in Block 34, East Superior. Carol J. Mueller and Cheryl J. Russell, personal representatives for the Estate of Elmer J. Meyer to Linda D. Thagard, Darlene L. Hayes, Ruth G. Whitten, deceased, and Leonard J. Whitten, deceased,Lot 2 in Block 31, Original Town of Superior. JERGIB Farms L.L.C. to Buick Building, L.L.C., Part Lots 7 and 8 in Block 35, Original Town of Superior. Danny Corman, Pam Corman to Pamela A. Corman Living Trust, Part NW 1/4 16-1-5; NE 1/4 20-2-5. Pamela A. Corman to Pamela A. Corman Living Trust: SW 1/4 16-1-5; SW 1/4 6-2-5; SW 1/4 NW 1/4 6-2-5. Danny Corman to Danny K. Corman Living Trust: Undivided one- half interest in Part NW 1/4 35-1-6; undivided one-half interest in Part NW 1/4 35-1-6 with exceptions. He was:prebeded-f~'deadrby his .... Danny Corman to Danny K. Corman Living Trust: NE 1/4 36-2-7; E 1/2 SE 1/44-1-7; W I/2SE 1/44-1-7; Part SE 1/4 26-1-6; undivided one-half interest in NE 1/416-2-5; SE 1/4 3-1-6. Victor Pedersen, Lorraine Pedersen to Paul Utecht: Lot 3 in Block 23, Original Town of Superior. .......... . .. ._. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. II lance 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 Red Caps declare tournament recess The Red Caps sponsored Stateline Shootout, which for decades was held in March, was moved up this year because of scheduling conflicts: Though itwas snowing and raining through out the day Saturday, the open- ing day's schedule was run pretty much as planned. However, sponsors didn't attempt to continue the event on Sun- day. Sunday's tournament activities were rescheduled for the coming Sun- day. 348 N. Central Ave, Superior, Neb 68978 Mart 402-879-4234 PHARMACY Open 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday-Friday Open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Providing Pharmaceutica/ Care to our Community Lane and Anna Hawley, Owners Clip and Save Public Transpodation Transportation for All Ages Available Monday through, Friday 8 a.m. to Noon and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 402-879-4679 $/.00 eac# boarding, , Clip and Save 1 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Markets Superior Grain Market Tuesday Close Cun~t Pdce Last Wc~ Corn ................................ 3.70 3.65 MilD ................................. 4.61 4.56 Wheat ............................... 5.38 5.30 Soybeans .......................... 9.27 9.14 Burr Oak Weather Larry Gillett, NOAA observer HiEh and Low Temporatun~ Jan. 20 ....... . ........................... 52 12 Jan. 21 ................................... 30 2 Jan. 22 ................................... 39 4 Jan. 23 ................................... 19 0 Jan. 24 ................................... 56 8 Jan. 25 ................................... 53 35 Jan. 26 ................................... 60 !4 Jan. 27 ................................... 16 o Jan. 28 ................................... 25 -3 Jan. 29 ................................... 47 1 Jan. 30 ................................... 43 2 5 Jan. 31 ................................... 25 15 Jan. 1 ..................................... 33 14 Jan. 2 ..................................... 15 4 Precipitation January total ............................... 0.44 January snow depth ..................... 2'.2 Precipitation weekend storm .... 0.90 Snow depth .................................. 4.1 Total Snow tliis season ................. 11 Year-in-revlew 2014 April (continued) Bethany Lutheran youth helped start the backpack program in the Superior Schools. The program will help pro- vide food for at-risk-children. The American Spirit was select as the Victorian Festival parade theme. May After working most the winter at or below grade, the bins for the new Au- rora Cooperative elevator reached into the sky. The Crest Theater's digital projec- tion system was used for the first time. The Twin Valley Weed ~mage- ment District received more than a quarter of a million dollars to control weeds in the Republican and Little Blue river beds. Ryan Kile surprised his classmates and walked across the stage to receive his diploma during the Lawrence- Nelson High School Commencement. After being hurt in a 2011 automobile accident, doctors thought he might not regain the ability to walk. A formal complaint was filed after a BNSFrailroad crew left a train block- ing Superior intersections for several hours. Mother's Day storms danced through the area. For two hours storm alerts were being continuously issued. Superior received a good scare and much needed rainfall but little storm damage. Allen Ostdiek, Wayne Kohmetscher and Don Kresbach were honored -for their service to the Lawrence lure department. .... I ..... r" " "111 I .... ~ " "" and Tax Service, LLC 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box424 Superior, Neb. 68978.40 -879-4764 mrbkkeeping @ Kristin Sunday, E.A. Marilyn Peterson Custom Application of Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Propane Anhydrous TM 221 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 Linda Cox, C.P.A. Income Tax Planning and Preparation Bookkeeping Payroll Management 407 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3368 Open: Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. & 1-5 p.m. Saturday by Appointment Richard J. Creati_ng_ cepfional Smiles Taking Appointments Friday and Saturday for Dr. Richard Mazour New patients welcome Crowns and Bridges Dentistry for the entire family Partials and Dentures Tooth colored fillings Root Canal Treatment Extractions Combining Cosmetics and Necessity Fast Braces ACCEPTING VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER CARE CREDIT 235 East 4th St. Superior, Ne 68978 (402) 879-3192