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~_~THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday. March 3. 1983 Heather, Rus~ll, attended a [~rent~movedwe~to~]~epub]ic Churc~t wi~l at the Office of the Sue- Z tendent. family birthday dinner at the where she attended the Pine show God s Agenda: home of Mrs. Margaret school. AspegrenSunday. She married Clarence Pr o Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley Mahagan Nov. 16, 1910, andis n (~ang~ 1. Action on 1983-84 Ad- ministrators Salaries- Waiburn, Clarkson, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bran-lived near Republic until 1922 -- -- Contracts. don had Sunday dinner when they moved to Lincoln, God s Prison Gang," a 2. Action on Negotiationsparents of a son, horn His name is Brett Je together at a care in Esbon. where they lived the remainder newly released film featuring Request For School Year 1983- weighed 6 pounds, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgom- of their life. Mr. Mahagen died AI Capone's getawaydriver, the 84 from the Superior Education Grandparents are Mr. cry, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. May 22, 1954. last member of Bonnie and Association. Ivan McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. She is survived by two sons, Clyde's gang and two other Marvin Banks Don Ahrens, Davenl Bill Yetter and Mr. and Mrs. Earl of Lincoln and Bud, notorious criminals who have Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale Collins attended theMesquite, Texas; three grand- become Christians will be Endicott. Great gra~ carry-in dinner and dance of SortS, six great grandchildren; shown at Superior Church of are Mr. and Mrs. Hem the Senior Swingers at Red and twoslsters, Celia Powersof Christ, Sunday night. TheHEARING FOR COMPLETE Davenport, Mr. and Cloud Thursday evening. Republic and Louise Strom, showing iss~eduledtobeginat SETTLEMENT TO Coney, Pilger, Mrs. PROBATE A WILL. Balding, DiUer, and Keith Behrends, Meridan, Scandia. 6:30. Iowa, was a Tuesday and Three brothers and two The film, shot behind the DETERMINEAND FoRHEIRSHIP' Mrs. Carl Swett, Wednesday overnight guestsisters preceded her. walls of New York's AtticaDETERMINATION OF at the Robert Wil~on home. Services were Feb. 17 at the prison and hosted by Art INHERITANCE TAX Kristina Rene was Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles Roper & Sons Havelock Chapel Linkletter tells the story of how County Court of Nuckolls 23 at the were Sunday afternoon visi- with interment in the Falrview the work of International Prison County, Nebraska. to Mr. and Mrs. Tom torn of Lyle Jeffery at the Cemetery, Lincoln. Ministry is accomplishing what Estate of John W. Bauman, Hastings. She Deceased. No. 4975. pounds, ounce and Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls moreguards, higher prison Notice is hereby given that County Hospital, Superior. walls and greater financial the Personal Representative inches long. She has s l Lisa Wilson. Manhattan, expenditures have failed to do-- has filed a final account and Justin, 2 years and 9 was a weekend guest of bet Mrs, Nola Doyle keep released inmates from report of his administration, a Her grandparents are parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert returning to lives of crime, formal closing petition for Mrs. Leon i Wi] son. dies Wednesday Telling their stories in the 44- complete settlement for for- Mr. and Mrs. Head basketball coach, Kurt Busskohl, gives instructions to his Wildcats during a minute filmare George Meyer, mal probate of will of said Hastings. A great ASI Capone s favorite driver; deceased and for determina- is Meta Stiles, Nelson. break in district action at Hasting College this week. --Photo by Jim MillerErnest Kroe~er's Mrs. Noia Doyle, 73, Nelson, Floyd Hamilton, (Public been set for hearing in the ~~ _'--~. ..................... _ California.and Mrs. TerryThey visitedFogo andMr" funeral Monday =ed early Wednesday morning Enemy No. I) the last of the tion of heirship which have J~,,ffi*v ~'~,,~/n ]r ~,~,~I ~]" family, Hereford, Texas, Mrs. Funeral services for Ernest at the Brodstone Memorial Bonnie and Ci, yde Gang; J,,err~ MarchNUCklls7, 1983CountYat 10:30Curto clockn Manhattan,Mr'andb rs.Stopheannounce U t411 kJlAl( I.#{)L~| I ~[l Lucille Spooner and Mr. and H. Kroeger, Byron, were Nuckolls County Hospital. Graham, the robber king of a.m. of a daughter, Mrs. Charles Spooner and Monday at 10:30 a.m., at the St. Funeralservices are pending at California; and Ted Jefferson, (Seal) John A. Wheeland Feb. 24. A sister, family, Pheonix, Ariz., Mr. Paul Lutheran Church, Byron. press time at the Klawitter convicted of crimes from drugs Clerk of County Court (Last Wsek's News) of Mrs. Dorothy Oliver. and Mrs. Jim Spooner and He died at Balleville Feb. 25 at Funeral Home, Nelson. and robbery to murder. Garrison & Garrison welcomes her. Attorneys for Estate are Mr. and Mrs. By Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newell,family and Mr. and Mrs. the age of 73 years, 7 months Also featured is "Chaplain Garrison Building Suyder, Mankat0, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Aspegren Jim, Nancy, Mellissa and Leslie Spooner and family,and 24 days. Ray," whose Dallas-based Nelson, Neb. 689~1 3-3-7-3c Mrs. Dwight Marr, ! and Heather, Russell, were Aaron Newell, Hardy, Mrs. Elcajon, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Henrich Wilhelm International Prison Ministry Great grandparents! weekend guests of his mother, Anna Grummert of the Good Roger Nichols, Van Nuys, Kroeger, sen of John and Sophia Graveside rites has changed the lives of Clarence Palmerand] Mrs. Margaret Aspegren. Samaritan Center, Superior, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Eitzmann Krdeger, was born at Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bausch and Mrs. Lawrence Persson Don Figgens and family, San Hardy July 1, 1909. He was for Mary Fisher pastthusands18 years, of imam over the Estate of Gertrude Russell, andMrS'Mr.HUghandSnydar'Mrs. Cur9 and daughters, Norton, were and daughters, Superior, were Maria, Calif. They also visited baptized July 4, 1909, at St. will be today Ken Fairbrother, pastor of deceased. Notice is hereby given that Superior. weekend guests of his Sunday dinner guests of Mr.Florence Barker, Tacna, Ariz., Peter Lutheran Church, Byren, The Superior Church of Christ, the Personal Representative parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Darrell ~McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and was confirmed in 1923 at St. Mary Fisher, 96, died at the said he hopes all citizens con- has filed a final account and Mr. and Mrs. David Bausch. and John. Mr. and Mrs. David SI~oner, Mesa, Ariz. While in Paul Lutheran Church, Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cobb Belden and~ sons joined the California they visited theHe c yed his education at Superior Good Samaritan cerned about the problem of report of his administration, a Center, Tuesday. She had lived rising crime will attend the free formal closing petition for Hartland, Mich., t: were Friday afternoon callers group in the afternoon and all San Diego Zoo and Marine- the Blue Mound Public School. her entire life in the Belolt and screening of the film. complete settl-ement, and a parents of a daughter on Mrs Grace Francis, were supper guests in the land at San Diego, Disney- Aug. 14,1931, he was tmited in petition for the discharge of 23. Shehesbeen~named Simpson, Kan. McCorkle home, land, Universal Studios and marriage to Elizabeth Wittke. Superior area. the Personal Representative Anne. Parental grand Graveside services will he Millers attend which have been set for hear- are Ben and Marlys Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins Mr. and Mrs. Larry Geltner, Knotts Berry Farm in the Los To this union four children, today (Thursday) at 2 p.m., at ag conference Nuckolls County, Nebraska were Tuesday dinner guests of I~pysville, were Friday over- Angeles area. Martin, Marjorie, Carol and the Glenwood Cemetery, Glen ing in the County Court of Lincoln. Among the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Braden, night and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eric AspogrenMargaret Elaine, were born. Elder, Fan. The Rev. Kenneth Duane and Deb Miller of on March 7, 1983 at 11:30 grandparents are Mr. Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins. and Heather, Russell, Mrs.He lived in the Byron corn- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ander- Mrs. Mike Platt, Jeremiah, Olive Miller and Mrs. Hazel munity all of his life and was Falrbrotber will officiate. The Davenport attended the o'cl0CkNebraska.a.m, in Nelson, Marvin Mosier, Dave son, Stromsburg, visited their Charity and Jacob, Pawnee Korb were Saturday luncheon engaged in farming until his Megrue-Price Funeral Home is "Agricultural Progress 'aS" (Seal) John A. Wheeland in charge of arrangements, conference in Kearney. They grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. City, and Mrs. Nettle Johnson guests of Mrs. Margaret retirement in 1973. Clerk of the County Court Congregation Claud Boyles, at Mankato and were Saturday dinner guests Aspegren. Krneger was a member of the Relatives include a niece and were mo~g 100 young farm and Robert E. Vogler two nephews, Mrs. Robert ranch couples selected by the Attorney for Petitioner tackles organ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt.Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins St. Paul Lutheran Church, Frasier and Clare Schuster, Nebraska Department of Vogler Building rebuilding Gerald Boyles, and other rela- Wesley Burgess was an after- attended the funeral services Byron, and the Senior Citizens. Superior, and Clyde Schuster, Agriculture, sponsors of the Guide Rock, Neb. 6%23.7.3 ~ives the past week. noon visitor, for Hollis Hurd at Superior on Preceding him in death were Nampa, Idaho. program, to attend the con- c . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Jay Morris,Friday afternoon. Enroute his parents; his daughter, She was preceded in death by ference. What do you do Frasier were Sunday after- Superior, were Monday after- home they visited Mr. andMargaret Elaine; three sisters, her husband, Simon, two Activities began with a wine K'HOOLDISTRICT NO. 011 ' church organ quits? P~ noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Braden. Emma Schlueter, Frieda that is not what happe~_ Jerry Pittz, Roseland. Howard Shott. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ander- Wittke and Ida Coulter; and brothers and five sisters, and cheese reception. Robert SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS Chester United MJ . Mrs. Dixie Monie and Mrs. Robert Wilson stayed son, Stromsburg, Mr. andMrs, one grandson, Jeffrey Roe. Raun, director Of a/~ricuRu~, NUCKOLLSCOUNTY Church. According to Shelley, Hastings, Mr. and in the Lyle Pounds home, Con- Dennis Garman and sons, Mr. He is survived by his wife, was the guest speaker at the SUPERIOR NEBRASKA appearing last week Mrs. Dan Fanco s/nd cordia, thepastweek, helping and Mrs. Doug May and Elizabeth; one son, Martin On dean's list banquet that evening. The FebruarylN3 Chester Herald, daughters, Larry Gillett, Mr, care for the new baby, Jacob. family and Jillinda FrancoKroeger, San Antonio, Texas; program on Thursday and An emergency meeting of the congregation went Friday included informative Board of Education of School rebuilding their 71-YJ and Mrs. Douglas Gillett, Mr. Mrs. Margaret Aspegren were Saturday dinner guests two daughters, Marjorie Dun~, Kearney State College sessions about financial District No. 011 was call~! on organ. Mrs. Glenn Wallace andattended the funeral services of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles. Cesta Mesa, Calif., and Mrs. students from 236 Nebraskaplanning, agricultural Wednesday, February 25, 1983 The congregation, tom Wallace were Sunday for Charles Hanzlick at In the afternoon they all Roger Roe (Carol) Superior; communities and nine otherpromotion techniques, tillage, at 1:45 o'clock p.m. by direction of Green & ASJ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Belleville Monday afternoon, attended the grade school three grandchildren, Shannon states have earned a place on various agricultural President Rex Kirchhoff. Lincoln, have start! Brian Wallace. - Mr. and Mrs. George Fogo, tournament in Glen Elder. Dlmne and John and Angeia the dean's honor roll for tho flrst organizationS, computers, and Pursuant to Sec. 84-1411 (3) all process of reconditi Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Olive Miller and Mrs. Roe; two brothers, Albert semester, Dr. Kurt Hofmann, the PIK program. Featured board membere were contacted Estey pipe organ . Mankato, were Sunday after- Phil .Howard r~turn~l home Hazel Korb were Sunday eve- Kreager of Byron and Otto vice president of student of- speakers in~luded Orion eta telecommunication originally installed noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Monday ~fter severs| days in ning guests of Mrs. LarkieKroqer, Lincoln; two sisters, fairs, announced. Samuelsen, notbd WGN Radio equipment, church in 1912atacost 0 Nelson Harris and Shelly. Brecke~ri(ige, Colo., skiing. Weiler and family, Superior. Mrs. Albert Rademacher Students who earned a 3.5 or broadcaster, Chicago and R0a The nature of the emer mey The organ is one of butI Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon L~a Lamb, Mankato, Mrs. Deidra Boyles was a Moo- (Anna) of Newkirk, 0kla., and B+ average include Katherine Hanson of the UNL Ag w~R A reauast from Mr. Kurt its kind still op, ,i were Sunday afternoon vial- Carla Boyles and Scott and day visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Marquart Brown, Hardy; Gary Buescher, Economics Department. The (Varsity Boys Nebraska. torn of Mrs. Thelma Read. Mrs. Elta Gates were Monday Clarence Maag. (Hllda) of Byron; and many Lawrence; Annette Olson and Grand Island Senior Citizen BasketballCoach) for Waiver of The majority of Mrs. Hazel Korb, Mrs. Olive afternoon callers on Mr. and Ron Oliver, Enid, Okla., other relatives. Thomas Schleif, Nelson; and Band entertained on Thursday Rule 6145 (a) to permit the being done by the c Miller and Dallas Foster were Mrs. Clarence Maag. came Sunday for a few days The services were conducted Tony Allington and Robert evening. The conf con- Varsity Basketball Team to involves replacing in Denver Thursday and Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cobb with his grandmother, Mrs. by Pastor Roger Lenander. Wyatt, Superior. clnded following lunch Friday. practice on Sunday, February bellows, some of day where Mrs. Miller con- were Friday afternoon callers Dorothy Oliver. Interment was in St. Paul suited an eye specialist, on Mara Lea Davidson at the Robert Wilson was a Friday Letheran Cemetery, Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Reed Beloit hospital, visitor of Bill and Ellen Over- Esther Mahagan were Friday afternoon callers Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo turf, Oak. Neb. on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Danny Barnes, Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hanzlick dies in Lincoln Maag. and Mrs. Fredia Figgens, Red and Charlene, Belleville, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton Cloud, returned homeMonday and Mrs. Verlin Knipp and Mrs, Esther Mahagan, and grandchildren, Superior, from a five weeks' vacation were Sunday evening visitors through Texas, Arizona and You can have your monthly SoctalSeCHdly Chock Deposited directto a checking aecountat Home Federal and that provides you: 1. Guaranteed delivery of yourSociaFSecurity check as it eliminates the possibilit ofyow check being Iostor stolen: no service charge as. sessed. 3. Free notary service, Travelers checkswith no commis. sion charge, NationaICar Rental discount and nation. wide Emergency cash access. 4. Check safekeeping or retum of ' check drafts.- your choice WHY? Because we want to be Your Family Financial Cemrl Phone402-879-4757 Fifth and Central Superior, Nebraska All Accounts Insurecl To $100.000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Savings and loan uperior Nathan, Stockton, and Mr. daughter of Alarie and and Mrs. Eric Aspegren and Mercier De Noyer, was MEETING Nuckolls, Webster and Thayer, 1 27, 1983. Mr. Btmskohl's request small that operate P bli Noti U C Ce of the Varsity Basketball Team sanding wooden keY in a District game at Hastings, pens", replacing Nebraska on Monday, February and trimming 28, 1983. pieces. The pieces NOTICE OF SPECIAL of Superior in the Countie of Voting on the request for bered upon July 1, 1890, at Palmer, Kan., NOTICE IS HEREBY in the State of Nebraska (School and died Feb. 14 in Lincoln. She GIVEN, that a meeting of the District No. 011 of Nuckolls President and Board of County will be held at 7:30 Education of the School District o'clock p.m. on March 7, 1983, in the Junior High School Library Was 92. When a small girl she with her I II USDA Choice Sides ........... 260 lb. Avg. $1.23 Hind Quarters... 1 20 lb. Avg. $1.37 Fore Quarters... 140 lb. Avg. $1.15 20 lb. Beef Roasts 5 lb. Beef Ribs I 0 lb. Beef Steaks 5 lb. Stew Meat 10 lb. 6round Beef 50 lb. Total 50 lb. Freezer Beef 6undle $65.00 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free Charburgers (8 oz.)... 5 ,b. Pkg. $6.95 Ground Beef ............. lb. $1.19 Ground Beef Patties ...... lb. $1.29 Ground Pork ............. lb. $1.29 Ground Pork Patties ...... lb. $1.39 Pork Sausage ............ lb. $1.39 Pork Sausage Patties ..... lb. $1.49 Beef Liver ................. lb. 59 Pork Liver ................. lb. 49 Roode Hot Dogs ....... 2 ,b. Pkg. $2.89 Sliced Bacon ............. lb. $1.79 Beef Stick ............... lb. $4.99 Beef Jerky ............... lb. $5.99 in the District, which meeting adjourned at 1:55 o'clock p.m. will be open to the public. The. by the President. agenda for such meeting is -s-Raymond R. Cox available for public inspection Acting Clerk II II waiver of Rule 6145 (a) was as organ in order that follows: Ayes: Kirchhoff, reinstalled in their Mdler, Morn-e, School; Nayes: place. Hullett. 4-I request for waiver The project should approved. The meeting was dedared~ pleted in another This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Comm., Co. We had a good run of livestock selling real active. Here are some sales for this week, 22 piggy gilts, Avg.per head .................... $230.00 5 cows and calves, by pair .................... $800.00 ! 2 cows and calves, by pair .................... $795.00 3 cows, by head .............................. $650.00 42 mixed heifers, wt. 485 Ibs ..................... $64.40 16 mixed steers, wt:400 lbs ..................... $76.75 15 mixed steers, wt. 626 Ibs ..................... $76.00 17 Simmental steers, wt. 790 Ibs ................. $67.80 45 mixed heifers, wt. 430 Ibs ..................... $65.05 46 mixed steers, wt. 801 Ibs ..................... $66.60 54 mixed heifers, wt. 550 Ibs ..................... $61.40 20 mixed steers, wt. 587 Ibs ..................... $69.30 ! I Simmental lenghern steers, wt. 850 Ibs ......... $68.50 17 mixed'steers, wt. 500 Ihs ..................... $71.00 30 mixed steers, wt. 700 Ibs ..................... $66.00 41 mixed heifers, wt. 502 Ibs. .................... $62.00 15 mixed heifers, wt. 490 Ibs ....... . ............. $61.10 58 mixed steers, wt. 580 Iks ..................... $70.00 13 whiteface steers, wt. 300 Ibs .................. $78.60 19 mixed heifers, wt. 500 Ibs ..................... $61.40 26 mixed heifers, wt. 417 Ibs ..................... $01.90 19 mixed steers, wt. 510 Ibs ..................... $71.30 32 mixed steers, wt. 535 Ibs ..................... $71.80 7 Holstein cows, wt. I, i 80 Ibs .................. $44.00 5 black cows, wt. 824 Ibs ....................... $42.30 ! black cow, wt. 1,035 Ibs ...................... $43.50 2 black cows, wt. 1,200 Ibs ..................... $43.50 2 mixed cews, wt. 1,130 Ibs .................... $43.80 ! black bull, wt. ,I,656 Ibs ...................... $55.60 an Hobby Shop at Courtland A hobby of items on the family now moved from building into new quarters as a committment to s Mrs. Rtm Al recently June's Hobby Shop building miles north of US road. She, her Charles, and'children, Jodi, I0, and Larry., the hobby shop grow inception four The new location Mrs. Russell to add to oraRed items and number of things counted crosstitch dlewicklng materials, fabrics, doll various other items found in a shop of mop, open by highlighted by a wares on n/ture lmshand. I Krs. Rmsell stated terest in crafts grew, learning from her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd farmed for many Formcso area retired living in Rtmells live on the family farmstead mother, Dorothy nearby. An advertisemmt in the Express lists items available in Shop. If milk or cream furnitta'e, wipe it Dairy food act as and vamiah mow, clean with WaX. An dy Montgomery Jon Russell 402-879-3004 , 913-374-4587 Roy Montgomery Con Johnson 402-257-2605 013-704-2406 i i iii illl i i Phone 402-879-3611 301 West 1st Street - Superior, Neb. ii ii i i i i ii ii Division of Home Federal Savings and Loan of Lexington