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/ kL'-- 1 strom and Mr. and Mrs. a graduate of a Nuckolls ~; OC.~ll News HowardHopkinaandTrtshale~t County high school or have last Sunday to be with Anne been a resident of Nuckolls dG~l~-~,~ .... ~ Swanetrom at the Fttzsimons County for at least one year. ergu~a Bruce Scroggln attended the Army Medical Center, Denver, A p p I i c a t i o n s c~n b e _ ,.~.~ee Scroggin visited Nuckolla County Museum where she had surgery for a obtained from the guidance ~~~ ~o~~~ni collapsedlung, counselors at the high schools Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt in Superior, Nelson, Ruskin were Sunday dinner guests of and Lawrence or from the hos- Mr. and Mrs. Run Debrick and pital. family. Completed applications SF~Y. They called on LRllan Ken~lra and B~ke. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery, must be submitted by April 1 ~.Xr~L Bill Perguson and Mr. andMrs. AlbertSamsula FernLowery, the Craig Lowery to Jim Wilson, Brodstone visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben famfly, theStanLoweryfamily, Memorial Nuckolls County COmmunity Card PartyMuseman Sunday afternoon. Ruby Lonsdale and Mr. and Hospital administrator. Past ~~..held Thureday evening Mr. and Mrs. Scott Corman,Mrs. Emil Stichka, Emil, jr., recipients of the grant include Crvstal Riitnft N~l.qon. 1980. oiL/e-r' lu at the Oak Community Cau and Brock were Sunday and Grog were Sunday dinner Linda Friend, Lawrence, .J r. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike ['-r.andMrs. HomerSeefeld JohnCorman. St! .cl~ka and Tyson to help Tyson 1981, and Nancy Millerl ~j~_, Nellie Mae Seefeld Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstromc~ebrate his third birthday. Superior, 1982. ,~ay afternoon in and Ruth Braun were SundayMr. and Mrs. Evon Sykes ~J~. They were Saturday Mternoon visitors of Lillian were Sunday dinner guests of Gebhaxds finishes t. ~ gueets of Mr and Mrs Swanstrom. Charles Bondgard and Helen education program i'l~l~..-+~eld, Su~or, andJohn and Scott Corman Stiles. Don Bondegard and ' RI~.Y supper guests of Mr. visited John Scroggin at the Linda Larsen, York, were at- M a s t e r s g t. c h e s t e r i'-.*~ ~ Sole and family.Brodstone Memorial Suckolls ternoon guests to visit with Mr. Gebhards, son of Mr+ and Mrs. ~" ~wanstrom and Lois County Hospital, s~rperior, and Mrs. Vernie Wegener, Chester Gebhards, Nelson, ~1 ~..u~_..vilitedCleoScroggin Sunday evening. Orange, Calif. has graduated from the rk anernoon. kt~[~:_ and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Minnie Carman and Albert Samsula was a University of Texas at Austin, under the Airman Education Shirley Glasson were Sunday Wednesday overnight guest of and Commissioning Program ~,. were Sunday guests ofafternoon visitors of the Scott Mr. and Mrs. Barry Samsula fll"~Lily Free, Beatrice, and Corman family, and family, Kearney. (ACEP). ~q['Je~b]nt her other guests Mr Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink Gebhards will now enter Of- . nms Free and and family were Friday evening Hospital seeks ricer Training School at Lack- land Air Force Base, Texas, ~-+.~h'siS~'~+mu mr'andMrS'and family, Beatrice.Daltn HansonViSitrs OfandMr.daughters.and Mrs. Alfred annual scholarship and upon graduation will be ~4~/~fn daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson grant applicants commissioned a second lieute. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernie nant in the U.S. Air Force. Swanstrom visited Mr. Buresh Sunday afternoon. B r o d s t o n e M e m o r i a I The sergeant is a 1968 gre- et L.~rs' Richard PaulsenHarold and Janet Crouch took [~f.~ay evening. Nuckolls County Hospital is duate of Nelson High School. ~)~'p~a~ddMrs. Albert Samsula John Scroggin to the Brodstone taking applications for the -------. ,may evening guests of Memorial Nuckolls County annual Brodstone MemorialFor most people advertising _~ and Mrs L - Hospital, Superior, last Health Care Career Grant. seen in newspapers is mere ~fa~ily" . arty Loontjer Tuesday. The $500 grant is funded each believable than advertising '~ S~-r~~'~r'v~rt1"llryKnttscalledn LillianSwanstromvisitedMr. year from interest earned on seenanywbereeise, pollnshow. ~1,~k)o~" oggin Saturday at- and Mrs. Art Swanstrom donated funds, Saturday afternoon. To qualify, a person must be The most often used words in Mrs. John Scroggin, Haroldenrolled in school and work- English are "the," "and," and ~ and Mrs. Fred Masch- and Janet Crouch, Pastor ing toward a health care "to." W e~. Saturday supper Henry Knotts, Oak, and Mr. and "i,.,.- ~ --- -.--. ~ ~ -=.- .--- -=,,. 9,- 4,,,. 4,-..==,,. -'1 -J[:.m ~4r. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Bruce Scroggin have ,~:t Ruskin to help the i toma McCutheon : Vieited John Scroggin several /eife[~.. celebrate their times at the hospital. Ruby v Bookkeeping and Tax Service ! ~Ir':i~.d Mrs. Junior Droh-andSnyder'LeonaDrthYpaulsen HutchinsOnhave visit.~. SmaiiFarmerSBusinesses CoParrtnershipSporations ~'~a~ D~tins~ of Mr.wereandSundaYMrs. Mrs. Scroggin. I . . . } ! R, Jerry and Rick. Frank Gharring visited Mr. and Mrs. Chet Mart" Friday. I Professional Building rs. Vernie School Stationed in New Mexico he was a213 E, 3rd - Superior, Neb. 68978 0. mort visitors, home on leave from the air ~ Office- 402-870-4761 Home- 913-875-4019 | Mrs. Bill Ferguson force and Mrs. Leonard Mr and Mrs. Art Swanstrom,"" .... ~ ..... "" ~ ~ today afternoon. Dorothy Hutchinson and Lilllan ~ V[rs.andAlbert t;amsula Swanstrom were Thursday r,. Mrs. Ben supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. ink;, ..W|lltncy_ Thompson ~+l~lrsday evening to Levonn Peterson and Sondra Mussman celebrate Friday overnight guests of Insurance Agency, inc. Sondra Peterson were Eva and Donna Meyer, Shelly Follmer, Paula lunch and supper Schutte and Tonya Schnitker. and Mrs Elmer Coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Tim Sunday Levonn Peterson and Sondra after the Davenport-Nelson Mrs. Bruce Scroggin game at Davenport Feb. 14 to were Mr and Mrs. Yale Meyer for his and Eva and Mr. and Mrs. Auto-Homeowners-Farm -Commercial Top Companies-Competitive Rates INSURANCE IS OUR FULL TIME JOB Phone 402-879-3315 Council plans 4-H Day The Jewell County 4-H regional 4-H rules Council has appointed moni- The council also decided to tors and set time limits for give a portion of the receipts events at the annual Jewell from the food stand to the County 4-H Day to be held at Jewel[ County Fair Associ- Mankato High School, Satur- ation. Dates of importance day, March 5! mentioned included Discovery AppOinted to monitor the Days at Kansas State Univer- senior demonstration and sity, June 1-3, Countywide fit- illustrated talks were the ting and showing school, June Wh!temound Builders. The 6 and county camp June 10- Junzor demonstrations and 13. illustrated talks will be monitored by the Formoso Firemen called Willing Workers. Public speaking and project talks to Smith residence will be the Webber Wide Awake Club. Buffalo Valley will monitor skits and music. The Superior Volunteer Fire Home economics judging and Department was called to the refreshments will be by the James Smith home on Com- Mankato Eager Beavers. merclal Street Saturday at. A parliamentary pro- ternoon when smoke from the ceedure problem will be fireplace filled the house. drawn out of a hat for the According to Leo Zadina, fire model meetings in which each chief, the strong south wind club will be given a few apparently causerie hack draft minutes to decide how to solve topush the smoke down into the the problem, house. After clearing the house Time limits of seven of smoke and making sure there minutes for reading and poe- was nothing burning in the try presentations and 10 chimney, the firemen and their minutes for memorized acting apparatus returned to the were set to correlate with the station. Thursday. March 3. 1983 iHili SUPERI THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS' 71~ LI ON , M.D. Hoefs; D.D.S. ntics We Welcome New Patients (Who want to save their teeth) Nitrous Oxide (gas) Available For the not so courageous Office Hours by Appointment 402-879--381 5 402-365-7246 354 E. 3rd 614 4th Superior, Neb. Deshler, Neb mm S mm I - I I Marlin Cox and Melinda. mm 1 1 7 West Third Street-Superior,+ N=_ebraska +" +. , ~,, i [] I. High Rate % II Starting at 1:00 p.m. --, We had a big run of cattle and hogs Saturday, with all classes selling higher. White pigs, Superior, 39 Ibs .............. S52.00 Mixed pigs, Edgar, 36 Ibs ................ $41.00 Mixed pigs, Hardy, 61 Its ................ $64.00 Mixed pigs, Blue Hill 58 Ibs ............. $59.00 Mixe~d pigs, Beweese, 38 Ibs ............. $50.00 Mixed butchers, Burr Oak, 135 Ihs ............ Mixed butchers, Superior, 174 Ibs ............ Mixed butchers, Courtiand, 200 Ihs ........... Mixed sows, Mankato, 635 Ibs ............... White sows+ Nelson, 324 Ihs ................. Mixed steers. Hardy, 395 Ibs ................. Black whiteface steers. Byron. 381 Ihs ........ Whiteface steers. Superior. 387 Ibs ........... Whiteface steers. Superior. 552 Ihs ........... Black whiteface steers, Superior, 575 lbs ...... Mixed steers, Hardy. 581 Ihs ................. Mixed bulls, Davenport, 475 Ihs .............. Whiteface bulls, Webher, 573 Ibs ............. Whiteface bulls. Burr Oak, 499 Ibs ............ Mixed steers, Superior, 647 Ibs .............. Holstein steers, Superior, 824 Ihs. ............ Mixed steers. Hardy, 748 ibs ................. Mixed steers. Superior, 925 ihs .............. Mixed heifers, Hardy. 238 Ihs ................ per head per head per head per pearl per head $55.50 cwt. $52.25 cwt. $52.50 twt. $51.00 ~w|, S48OO cwt. $75.75 cwt, $76.00 cwt. $7375 cwt. $72.50 cwt. $72.50 cwt. $60.60 cwt. $68.25 CWt. $69.50 cwt. $68.25 cwt. $68.60 cwt. $52.00 cwt. $67.20 cwt. $64.50 cwt. $70.00 cwt Mixed heifers, Hardy, 333 Ibs ................ S68.25 cwt. Whiteface heifers, Superior, 474 Ibs ........... $65.80 cwt. Whiteface heifers, Wehher, 419 Ihs ........... $63.00 cwt. Whiteface heifers, Bun Oak, 43D Ibs .......... $63,25 cwt. Mixed heifers, Burr Oak, 580 Ills ............. $6f.70 cwt. Charolais heifers, Nelson, 885 Ibs ............ $61.00 cwt. Whiteface cow, Red CIoed, 840 Ibs ........... $52.25 cwt. Whiteface cow, Webher, 1,040 Ihs ............ $43.25 cwt. Black whiteface cow, Hardy, 8BO Ihs .......... $40.5B cwt. Whiteface Dew, Lawrence, 1,160 Ibs .......... $40.25 cwt Mixed cows, Red Cloud, 1,064 Ihs ............ $40,80 cwt. Black bull, Lawrence, 1,305 Ibs .............. $47,00 cwt. Charolais bull, Nelson, 1,760 Ibs .............. $47.00 cwt, In order to have your livestock advertised we suggest you call us early with your consign, ments, Barn402-879-3711 Office402.879.4761 . Dean Jones Gary (Pete) Nielsen ~ 402-225-4281 402-879-4949 +:,;., III III i On th latest news, sports, community~ events, editorials and happenings! eep m The up'e rior 148 East Third Phone 402-879-3291 Superior, Nebraska I m mlm~ I Enter My Subscription to IName- IAddress I I I City, _State ............ Zip , i I I I Amount. New__Renew-_ I L- I i n I i @ I I i I I I I I I I I ! 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