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O >: Price 10 cents //: :ii! Official City Paper .. iii ......... , =) Official County Paper !!ii ::i::i VOL. LXXIII--No 7 SUPERIOR, NUCKOLLS !COUNTY, NEBRASKA FEBRUARY 15, 1973 iii THIS SIGN could be affixed to most any road throughout area as the repeateo freezing and thawing which has the very unusual winter weather has riddled roads. May livestock lots have been nearly bottomless, ~g a great hardship on the stock. Farmers are having to feed their stock as frequently their vehicles ud attempting to reach feed supplies. Express The 90-day trial removal period will be up March 1 but a decision has not yet been reached on whether or not they should be removed. Seeking License For Rail Line Special Parking Meter Survey Bob Steinheider of Seward, president of the corporation that is planning to operate a short-line railroad, the Great Plains Railway Company Were Winners Winners at Beckler's Clothing store on their first anniversary were Roy Flint, Peter Block and O. W. Pat- terson, all of Superior. They received $30, $15 and $5 in merchandise, respectively. classes are Trophies will be given the Traffic Department through and champion and rmmer-up in State vs. Tom E. Bargen; pounds. Fighters each weight division. Reserved speeding, $35.00 and costs. one-minute seat tickets are on sale at the State vs. Dale Bamnbach: hundred twelve PursellBarberShop. Additional negligent driving, $25.00 and _... through heavy- information on the tournament costs. , wul fight three 1 is available from Joe Sullivan, State vs. Calvin Jones; rounds. Weight classes Paul J. Utechtor Larry speeding, $15.00 and costs. with 50 pounds are Juergens. State vs. Thomas R. Johnson; " no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State vs. William F. Dietz; first count, no registration certificate, $10.00; second p i H d oo..t, no inspection sticker, er or este ,0.00 and third count, fictitious olates, $10.00 and costs. La.t .ence Leece, who the Newberry and Hested State vs. Larry G. War- 1 the Hest ..... eu storedivisions with McCorory, Inc., neking; speeding, $35.00 and nor 11 Years in A il named manaam. ^. p,r~:: the head office being in York, costs. State vs. John L. Sullivan; aor store last v-c=ekU u,e P lelba Coplen, who has been speeding, $35.00 and costs. ammg of new store in charge of stores at Geneva, State vs. Eugene L. Willey; Hebron and Superior, has been speeding, $15.00 and costs. gets has taken place since named manager of the David State vs. Michael John completion of the merger of City store. Higgins; speeding and costs. Hiller, pastor of Bethany, reports the congregation has now been cleared of all in- debtedness on the new church dedicated May 10, 1964, and the new parsonage dedicated Feb. 11, 1968. Bethany church was organized by Danish settlers of the Spring Creek community in 1893 and its original church was located three miles south of Ruskin. Under the leadership of the Rev. Albert Rasmussen, the congregation decided in ,963 to build a new church in the new location at the north edge of Ruskin. William A. Schaeffer of Minneapolis, Minn., was secured as architect and Ronald Schoenrock of Garrison, N. D. was general contractor. The building itself cost $90,000 and with furnishings $125,o00. When the Rev. Edward Hiller sonage of matching con- struction on the church lot in Ruskin. Harold Martens was the builder, at a cost of $28,000. Central aid conditioning was added in ,972. With the clearing of its in- debtedness, Bethany congregation, at its annual meeting, voted to increase its general benevolence budget and also set a goal of $2,400 tor sponsorship of a foreign missionary. The members have also been very active in the county CROP campaigns and in the Key 73 program. The public is invited to all activities of the day. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., morning worship at 10:30, a noon basket dinner provided by the congregation, and the special service at 2:00 p.m. with burn- Jerry Cordts Jerry Cordis is the new ~:manager of the Hardy State f~ank, replacing Vinton Clark ! who has served as manager the past six years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Clark have been associated with the bank and have taken an active role in local affairs. They will continue in the bank but he is unable physically to continue as the roanaging officer of the bank. The new manager, a native of Thedford, Neb., attended Kearney State Teachers College and served in the United States Army before becoming associateed with the Bank of America in 1959. He was Manager of assistant operations manager of a Bank of America branch in the San Francisco until he resigned in July ,972. At that time, he and his wife, Teri, decided Nebraska was a much better place to live and raise a family. They have two daughters, ages three and nine. between Seward and Sup- Members of the city council / The Superior Express erior Tuesday told the Express, indicated at their meeting last P.O. Box 408 ording to a report issued week that while they have been : that negotiations are still un- the inflows were normal or observing theparkingsituation Superior, Nebraska 68978 derway for the operating Week by the Bureau of license. mahon office at McCook,above into all reservoirs except since the meters were sa, cked ~ i~ ,. Do you think parking is a problem in Superior? Yes----- Box Butte and Enders. last Dec 1, they haven t yet :" "We appear to be on the top onservation pools of The mean inflow at Lovewell agreed as to their future. ! No---- side of things, but have several :~t, .Sherman, Bonny, " " loose ends to tie up yet," was 45.8 c.f.s, with a mean The Superior Chamber of ~; ~ n, Enacts, Hugh Butler, raised the level of the water met Tuesday and indic:te~ that :i ~ should come within a week, he ~rank, Harlan County outflow of only .21 c.f.s. This Commerce retail committee .,,,, 2. Should the parking meters be removed? Yes---- No -- Steinheider said. The decision ewell reservoirs are stored about one foot to ,,583 61 since the majority of co merits m ~ ~:z [ 3. Do you live in Superior? Yes---- No------ said. ~ed to be full m thespring feet. The top of the conservati'on voiced by customers of ttheir i ~|~/. [ ~ Please vote only once! SUPERIOR MARKETS ~, ff normal year forecasts 1,5 percent of normal during parking meters, the committee i ~ ~ Thank you for your assistance. Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1973 Uevvith above normal in- poolis ,,582.6 Precipitation was stores were in suppor of January for a total of .70 inches, would support the meters until a ! Wheat $1.80 are the conservation pools At Harlan County the water better alternative was found. : ~J I .- Corn 1.30 ' -rto iKirwin, Webster and p of the conservatmn enforcement officer, ts con- level is some five feet below the Richard Elliott, city zoning ( J I Milo 2.20 i daUff Reservoirs and to .... Lake expected to be capacity. Precipitation was 74 ducting a parking study this i nl?t percent of normal, week to determine how long 1 C issi n I di e month of January, cars are parked in the business omm o n ates district. " " St e L ti ! al On Honor Roll At Last Thursday, The Superior .... ar Okays Lawrence School Express conducted a straw poll |l : ........ of shoppers in downtown '' or oca on vvrov aUor Issue mention students at the " . a tne nonor run anu nonorame Superior I | 1 IJl Of thosemtervlewed, 76 l |[[ !. Jl. Lawrence Public School has percent indicated they would =m Some of the obstacles, municipal building for the approval to use the location on ]_a_~uP~Cial election held at i,~ proposed construction of two Fifth and National provided the Eithth Streets, known as the esday, the voters gave n 'e: a sUn l yf re .,e second erSnt%m:n; I II blocking the path ior the police and fire departments at Bloom between Seventh and lrOval to liquor by the drink. Freshmen the r turn d tn - ., large new buildings in Superior Board of Zoning Adjustment Knothe property as a retail , al tally was ,24 for the .. Honor roll: Debra Hubl, operation. Of those interviewed, m ff were removed this week. approved three variances,location but clarification is i )Osal and 94 against An aanara Karmazin, Barbara 56 percent were not residents of .... The variances concern theneeded before the recom- rver described the voter Kathman, Susan Kucera, Sunerior 1 |i 1 In.separateactionataspec!al y=,u setback mendation can be sent to the as good. , jLinda Mazour, Lyle .Phlmeier, M ost mdicat l__ thev. didn't m eetmg.neta.~onoay non.n, me requirements, maximum height city council. oann Schendt, Lots Schendtthink there was a narkin ta.nmng commlssmn of the building and vision ob- Final action on the request by a - " -- ...... r .....~w ~ -- -- ..- Irick Grummert s nd Jennifer problem in Superior but they ,~: :~ gramea me special exception struction Richard J Rempe to operate a requested by the City of With a roll call vote, the grocery store on the site must -onorame Mention: Linoa did want to park within a half eat Entry Wins Himmelberg, Karen Hubl, block of the store where they Ii Superior to construct a commission alsoindicatedbe taken by the city council. :ond In Quality Bernard Kathman, Ed Koh- intended to shop ~ metscher and Larry Him- As an aid in letermin" the ...... = Cite Winter Weather District Tourney ~" and Mrs. Eldrick melberg, desire of the custom~r?s of ~ :="~ Begins Monday rnert attended a luncheon .. S,ophom,ores .... Superior, the Express is con- i ~ ~ Nebraska Center on east tmnor run: yte I'IUDI, uur~ ~ * Sp . = .rs.a, For Accident ree District Basketball tour- enty'seven Nebraska Kohmetscher, Mary Sc.heudt _ .... , | ...... . nament action gets underway in and Marie Souchek. I ~~ ~ I ducting a mail ballot. We ask D~,,;=.R~,#;,..~ t".= ' The ~mter's"bad wea~er Houtwe- d car which had Superior Monday evening when rs were honored at the Honorable mention"Debra . .., . , , ,,J ,.. . ...., .............. v, for outstanding crop I .imat me muowmg nauot De ..... the local high school hosts the Hoelting, Vicki Heelting, Kathy completed and mailed to reach PasTor I'-elsTner which has caused rough ice- swerved to the left to avoid the D-7 district tournament. ~'uon ill 1972 in irrigated Kohmetscher, Tom Koh- RealEstateTransfers the Express bv Saturday. The Accepted Sunday coated streets and reduced accident. Damage to the Ford Teams from Nelson, and ~ybeans, dry land metchef, Kathy Kucera, Ben Charles H. and Mary R. votes Will be tabulated for the visibility has been blamed for was estimated at $50. Davenport, Hardy, Byron, au soybeans and two new Pallas, Gene Pohlmeier and Dillon, et, al, to Keith H. and council meeting Monday The resignation of the Rev. numerous accidents in the About I a.m. Feb. 3, Oris L. Deslder, Guide Rock, Ruskin added this year, dryland ~., + ~.,,, .. ,,, ~o~..~, ~a,0 attempted a turn into the Mid- mS=wheat. Guest speaker Kathy Schroer. Shirley A. H~__mel; WSWV~, 9- evening. We request you only George Feistner, pastor of Express circulation area. Delka, driving a 1965 Chevrolet, and Chester-Hubbell will see Juniors _ 3-6. vote once. - Salem Lutheran Church, was ...~,,-~?.,~ v;-...-~- ~lar]e Nebraska Oil Company when action here. m.="ucnenwas Governor J. Honor roll: Roxie Petr, Roy Lawrence C. and Esther M. ~ House granted Sunday during a u~usmonne, urwen oy Preliminaries are on Monday Schroer and Sheryl Ziggafoos. Davis to Lawrence C. and upen meeting of the congregation Gime='m of S .... rior was in the car hR loose gravel and shd and Tuesday with the semi- ::: "" ... "q'T_" _ ". into a concrete wall. She was finals Thursday and finals .Grummert was honored Honorable Mention: Brian Esther M. Davis; Lot, and E At Sullivan following worship services, conision w]m a 1973 Mercury, ............ f taken to the Nuckolls County .~aturdayevemng ~s wheat entry which Brockman, Gene Hubl, Marlene 2, Block 35, Superior. ' r~irv Sundav Rev. Feistner requested a urwen ny t~mnna J. ~men o ,,,=,~,o] t,, ,,~h,,1 .... ' " , . , a second in quality Kathma_n, Carolyn Kucera, Fern Lyne Williams Hinz, ~,u:: ~ ..__ ~- . resignation because of ill " w v ..... :, ........... Superior The Kitten car as ""T ..... ' . Jan zs, a out 11 p m a 1965 Rien and eighth in yield. James t,emze ana tml'maratrustee, to Fern Lyne Williams .. .U l.Van uau ., an.u Ul .rmr health, north bound on Natmnai and the . . " - " =: .- crop production contest Svoboda. Hintz; Lots 22, 23 and 24, Block t)ari-ttool tmu-matic will nost ....... r,, ........ ..,, tustang, arwen ny ume u. ,nsored h,, the f, "" m f r the .......... v - Street Ice was bla ed o ........... ": ouowing Seniors 20, O. T. Superior. an open house at the Sullivan to :k?mh .Y hPlo es. tl s rmeue. """=' ............ "" "-.,m -truck a "a-ked Associations: Grain Honor roll: Alice Bolte, Rose Hettie L. Parsons to Edna Dairy Sunday afternoon to show ......... ............: .. u ...... '=.?': Y"."t" H.X97z Smidt.MercurY'ThereWnea OYwasMelVlnan =emperature )vement, Crop Im- Her'z, Betty Karmazin,Nancy Irene Rohia and Arlene Ber- the new carousel dairy barn t-resentxy,.. . . trey:. ~etsmer__ _ts m. "tTmre was an esumatea ~ "im " d =1-- -- e "o "h High during week 46 eat ate ~ z~ namag t t e t~aent'Division,ExtensinsoybeansService, Karmaz'n,~ Joan Kathman, neice Andersen; Lot 3 in which has recently been con- ~poKane,r .... wash,..wnere."men'ne ts damage to the left rear fender F,,,'d o,a ~ a ..... ~, ~ho Low during week 4 Laura a n Kath ' ecelwng mealcam treat ts tionand Lincoln Grain K thma, Rita " Wilson s Addition to O T structed. .. ,ho n car .............. ....... man, Lynette Rempeand Candi Superior. " " The new barn contains the A call will be made by ~e- ~' ............. Mercury parked on north Precipitation At 9:15 p.m. Jan. 31, a 1950 Central. Baumbach said he was Total this month 0.59 Ute I ome, Mr. and Mrs. Schuler. In The County Court very latest in dairy equipment church council for a new pastor. Chevrolet, driven, by Howard reaching for a seat belt at the To date in 1973 ,.42 Honorable mention: Ken Probate Department available in this area and is Interim Pastor E. Kuehn of To date in 1972 0.55 _rnert visited Mr. andMrs. Friend, Marlys Haba, Teri Conservatorhip of Louis W quite a change from the milking Hastings has consented to Henderson of Superior, strucka time of the accident. Reeve of Aurora. Mcmece and Mary K. Stl ff. Kramp and Carolina Kramp; methods of only a few years conduct worship services each parked 1972 Ford, owned by About 4:30 p.m. Feb. 7, Paul Total snowfall 26.9 ld conservator's report, petition ago. It is said to be the most Sunday while needed and will Geraldine F. Williams ofGraham was unlaoding a 1971 Normal for Feb. 0.84 for allowance of current report, modern dairy setup west of the have charge of the services on Superior. At the time of the Ford pickup parked behind the Normal to March 1 ,.45 ) en Gh ves ox ne order for hearing On current Mississippi. Ash Wednesday and Maundy accident, Henderson had just post officewhenitrolleddown re Ma report and hearing Feh. 26, at RIN rnahile Thursday. Mark Rutter will completed a left turn off Third an incline striking the B & S YoungDairymenl ............ and onto Colorado when he Tire Market building. About Meet Friday :30 p.m. have charge of the other Lenten reached for some papers in the $175 damage was caused. Mid-America Dairymen will re r, ,b w lq Uf' deceased;Estate of lastLouis willF" Hoist,and Here....... Soon eveninServiceSs on Wednesday car. About5p.m. Feb. 9, ahit-and- host a special meeting here s testam,=-t mea t;ross moodmobile g" Damage to the Ford was run driver struck a parked ,967 Friday for all area Mid-Am lden Gloves boxing divided every five pounds of will,-'ordVer"fo" r"will be in Superior Tuesday, estimated at $250 and$40to the Dodge owned by Blauvelt Agri milk producers between the t Superior Friday ann .......... h" '' Feb 27 It will be at the Eagles Ch/ n t,'at ,0 45 m Supply, Inc. causing an ages of 18 and 38. through 100 ._. eh__h e peUtmn and hearmg on Feb. 26 ;" -- - " 4 00 Will Close aay., March 2 and 3:wh; xrom to uo a m m . , : p.., a 1960estimated $40 damage. Junior re onal weights will box under A.A.U. at ,1 a.m. "m ":- =^^ Most Nuckolls County banks, Included on the program will divisions. . Estate of LeRoy Troudt, "ain "" .,u?. ,% the county courthouse, federal Chevrolet, driven by Roy A. About 5 p.m. Sunday, Trooper be a tour of the new carousel ament will I ehe']'d. ....... deceased; fmal decree. L sponsormg me moua- offices and post offices will be Harig of Superior, was in Ed Clark investigated a one-car milking parlor at the Sullivan v@xers .trom tree toua, t te f morale. . collision with a ,966 Ford, accident .3 mile west of Dairy. The new carousel parlor mo,~;,~t,, ~o],~- tTardv ..Es. a o Lena Irene Van r,,..-. .._ ~, .......... :_ closed Monday m observance of drivenbyStevenD. Houtwedof Lawrence on Highway 4. Awest is the most modern milking mrs in the district bounded ...... , ...... , .......... valin (]ec,,~l. tmal ~ ,-,~,.mm ,or tauuu =~ .,- ... ,.. .,^.,o hi,-thao,, ghWays 30, 15 and ,83 will Hastmgs,. ' Hebron, Clay .Center'... Esta' te of............ ............ glgia C Cbannnn, creasmg throughout the e .auseWaS" n Smere............. wm" "u ..... =a, ,m,"':' Ruskin. Harig said he had just bound ,972 Ford, driven by setup west of the Mississippi. COmpetition here. The Gm. de ..Rck.andSu_Pe r--wi..u.. deceased;f'maldecree, co tmtry..semedayyourownlife , ou .... theExnressrenuests turned off Third and onto Bloom Merle Hilligas of Blue Hill, was Special guests will be Mr. and !pions this regional enter me tournament net.Estateof Ral h Bass m=gnt lepena on receiving ....... :, ~=e one hel(t at Loup City Kansas fighters may box with McEevitt, deccan? petitio~t bl .o..od.. Help others now and the COOdPee:t:t.imOnettOf th:~ cigarettewhen he indrppedhis lap.a lightedwhile northfrcedditchff thebyroadtwoandcarsintOwhichthe Platte,Mrs" WilliamwinnersMaasSenof the OfcentraiNOrth enter, the District tom.'- the Superior" team. for determination of inheritance ~ey II help you later if" you need cooresponDe ....... time.$ g reaching for the cigarette, he were racing. There was an States 1972 Young Cooperators it news items m on ~eheldin Ord, March There are approximately 30 tax, order for h .earing, order " struck the right side of theestimated $200 damage. Contest. Paebest boxers from boys in the boxing program assessmg Inner~tance tax, will continue to the he~'e s,~nsored" by the voluntary appearance and "tit _ 11 11" _ T mmenttobeheldin Frat~rnalV~.~eroftheEagies. waiver, t ,,too.ran w ill Burn M, ,rtgage Su day March 30 and 31. The wildlife game feed which state of Henry Grummert, w.w. w= ,ww. w..,, Feb 25,isa deceased; order assessing and ......... " " ' in 19oh me n3ust be eight-years- ,,earh, to heln finance determining mherttance taxBethany Lutheran Church of was calico . , . ~ng the cancelled note. Ladies' Chorus and Singers of Minn., former pastor of the districtmeetand f." .: v and certificate to countyRuskin will celebrate the oc- congregation dec dedtoseil Rs pec] musical numbers will Christ. The Rev. Albert Bethany, will be the guest at state me program, treasurer, casion of a mortgage burning on old country parsonage to uavm ve ot erea by. the Junmr" Chow", Rasmussen of Mmneapohs," ' preacher for the day. Sunday. The Rev. Edward Hansen and erect a new par-