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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Thursday, March 18, 1993 News Ken Beebe (left) Nebraska Crop Improvement Association president, presents the certificate of achievement to Eldrick and Elsie Grummert, Superior, for 30 years of membership. By Norma Scrlvner tended the funeral for Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson McGregor were in Manhattan Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Swenson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gritten, and family, Lyons~ and Mrs. Amanda and Audrey. Lloyd Derowitsch, Tom and C. Zella Hall was admitted last j., Bucklin, were weekend visi- week at Wesley Medical Center, tars of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wichita, where she underwent Berggren. heart bypass surgery Tuesday. Katherine Fike was trans- Rhonda Lamb, Oar,.more, ferred from the Republic County Okla., and the Gerald Hall fatal- Hospital, Thursday and is sched- ly have been visiting Mrs..Hall uled for surgery at Asbury Has- in Wichita. . pital, Salina, later this week. Don Melby underwent stir- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swanson, gery Monday at St. John's Has- Matt and Evan were in White- pital, Satins, after being injured hall, Wise., for a visit with Jan- in a fall at his home Friday. ice Stendahl and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Thomp- Mr. and Mrs. David Scirvner, son have been visiting in Arling- Kelsey and Kegan were week- Eldrick and Elsie Grummert, whose devotion and dedication to ton, Va., with Jeff and Regina end visitors of Mr. and Mrs, to Warn those who are outdoors, cOnventic, nal Warning systems, i.e. radio and sirens are sounded from the time is sighted on the ground, travelling in a Undsborg until the danger of that stocm tL"You will hear a continued siren for three mr~ Second pause, s three minute sounding this manner until the danger is past. YOU COYER AT ,]'HE FIRST SOUNDING OF AND REMAIN THERE UNTIL THE SIRENS COMPLETELY. CALL 91 I. Know that if sirens are sounding, located a tornado on the ground. TAKE is for EMERGENCIES ONLY. You could Care to someone who needs it. Nuekolls County Emergency s Will give information on the follow- S 1600 AM-KRFS 103.9 FM YOU ARE, ALi~YS_ ground, crouch or lie flat. head, get under table or bench and cover helmet or your hands. from windows, broken glass is most flying debris, Forget opening or closing ~ter, of doors, OUtside walls, heavy objects, apart rooms or auditoriums A @l to all residents seys, "P/erase"... , nr~tumom. t~ ex~pt tn oan ~ o l~F_AL NOWwlU, elaerlym, l~nal. Tornado Safety Rules IN ttOMEg, the basement offers greatest safety. Seek shelter under sturdy furniture if possible. In homes with no basement, take cover in the center of the house, on the lowest level, in a smell room such as a closet or bathroom or under sturdy furniture. Keep away from windows IN SHOPPING CENTERS, go to a designated shelter area DO NOT (30 TO YOUR PARKED CAR IN OFFICE BUII.DBIGS, go to an interior hallway on the lowest floor or to the designated sharer area. IN SCttOOL, COLLEGE, INSTITUTIONS, follow advance plans to an interior hallway o~ the lowest floor, tf building is not of reinforced construction go to a nearby one that is or take cover outside On low, protected ground Stay out of auditoriums, gymnasiums and other structures with wide, free-span roofs IN AUTOJlOOB/LE..R. leave your car, seek shelter in nearby building or lie flat in a nearby ditch or ravine. IN OPEN COUNTRY, lie flat in the nearest ditch or ravine.Stay away from trees. MOB//.E HO~E~, are particularly vulnerable and must be evacuated. Trailer parks ahould have community storm she~ter/plena and a warden to moonitor broadcasts throughout the severe storm emergency. If there is no ~helter nearby, leave the trailer and take cover on low, protected ground. EMB~GENCY 81JPPUE8 for tomedo seaman. ePortel~ttery ~ AM/FM red~ eR~t eExtra be~ e Weter, In elr-Ug~t o~tatner eFo~, oaMedor dry ePet food, w~ter ~ wreno~m, pllr~, to out air utllRie~, et~ eBlenla~ or ~leepIng ba~ ePeU w/ om~r eRm extln~l~t~r eCenq~ene,epoons eExt~ ol~heeo street. ~ry ~ w/neoeun~ Fit~ Aid Klt/e~ntlel medications Extre WltAT TO DO ~ft#t tot~ldo Weit tll ~# olear is socnded ever mdi~ At Home." Check f~ inJ~l or m~/ng people. Don't move ~nyo~e ~m@u~lY lnJ~red NobYy ~ omergenoy sen~ee Gel L~ Use fl~t, nemr motolms at lentem~, leev~ hmme Immedlarely # ~ mr ga~ ieelc ~'t u~e tlle Dm't ~e elect~ity if you wee ~ O~t~Me Your H~m~" a C~eoR ~r etnmtmW ~ Iine~. Ben~ m~y be ,'~idde~ p~r cAt~ amce p~e et Itm ~/me of m f/nit "tcnm~ were& Do ~mt ta~m Ume t~ ~ fcr peru ~ e wam/nf ~ ~mm~e~ WANT TO KNOW MORE? Contact Superior Volunteer Fire Department or Region 13 Civil Defense, Nelson We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described farm equipment, located south of the lumberyard in Ruskin, Neb., beginning at 10:30 a.m., on TRACTOR AND TRUCK 1980 John Deere 4840, cab with air, triple hydraulic, 4,100 hours, 18.4x42-/nch tires 1969 Chevrolet truck C-50, V-8, 4-speed, 2-speed, with 16-/I. steel box and hoist John Deere planter No. 7100, 6- row, 30-inch John Deere 30-ft. rotary hoe, 3- pt. John Deers go-dig, 6-row, 30- inch, 3-pt. Allis Chalmers rolling cultivator, 6-row, 30-inch, new tines KMC tiller, 180-inch, with lift assist and new knives Hawkins hiller, 6-row, 30-inch, 3-pt. 6 Hiniker spin sweeps 30-ft., 3-pt. sprayer Crustbuster 3-pt. hoe drill John Deere bean head, 6-row, 30-inch Grain cart, 600-bushel hydrau- lic auger, shop butt Fetrl auger. 66-i .x8-inch, PTO, like new Peck auger. 66-ft.xg-inch, PTO Snyder 200-gallon tractor saddle tanks Gravity flow, 250-bushel trailer with heavy-duty running gear Berkleybooster pump, 3x4, Fro, on cart 75 30-ft. lengths, poly irrigation pipe, 8-inch to 20-inch gates Pickup tool boxes Hydraulic sprayer pump Weed eaters Herbicide mix tank 12-volt seed mixer PTO wire winder Sweeps truck ladder Ramps Atrazine Tractor fronts, 11.00x 16-inch Implement wheels Bolt assortment Hiniker monitor Grain moisture tester Fence insulators Electric fencers Turbo charger for 350-Chevrolet engine Many good hand tools of all kinds, some new SOLD BY OTHERS 1978 John Deere 4640 tractor, cab, air, triple hydraulics, nice and clean John Deere 4620 tractor, with roll guard Orthman cultivator, 8-row. 3-pt. John Deere cultivator, 8-row, 3- pt. SOLD BY OTHERS 1978 GMC general Lruck, 290 Cummins, 9-speed, twin screw with third axle, 22-ft. Scott steel box, 62-inch sides, Schwartz Low Pro hoist, new roll-over tarp, 11.00x 22.5- inch tires, and Bud wheels, aluminum fronts, burgandy with white box phone on truck only 402-365-7556 1973 IHC 1066 tractor, no cab John Deere No. 38 field chopper with 2-row wide head John Deers pickup head for chopper 1968 Baldwin Model F combine, 16-ft. head, cab, air 16-ft. Miller heavy-duty off set disk John Deere grain dri11, 8x 16, new rubber on press wheels 3x4 Booster pump with Ford 6- cylinder gas engine, on cart Krause 14-ft. pull-type chisel plow New Holland wire tie baler Round baler feeder 3-pt. bale fork 375-bushel wooden cattle feeder Hog panels and posts 8-ft. W&W slide-in stock racks TERMS: Cash or good check. I.D. required for bidder's number. No property removed until settled for. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. SALE CONDUcTED BY Gale Mikkelsen Complete Auction and Real Estate and Appraisal Service PO. Box 184, Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4464 Auctioneers: Gale Mikkelsen, Brad Elting and Corey Mikkelsen i Ill i WEATHER WARNING SIGt#S: PREPARE SHELTER if you notice: Heavy, dark storm and/or heavy rain; thunder and lightning. IMMEDIATELY if you notice: twisting, clouds; large hail; loud, roaring noise like Plane; Strong winds; damage on the ground. what to listen 0 during that week Con March 22-27 nty-wide tornado drill sometime o Awareness Week Tornado Watch Please clip and share this information with family and friends Superior-Nuckolls County beneficial infor- The leaders congratulated ,finan- members on County 4-H Day ..... Tu ISSues for those in successes.ChnstelH~gbee s - lips in Snow" photo is on the scores and high school academic those nominated, an election record, will be held on June 23. Contact Sheis the daughter of Mr. the Clay Center FmHA County OffiCe: ................ :ickmannisthisweek'sJack&JillGoldRushpromotion LucilleRichardsonistheFeb.6Jack&OillGoldRushpromotion Superior, have been recognized qual!tyseedhas.beenali_vingex- Thompson. Mavin McCurdy andother rela- ore OWners, Frank Sullivan (left)and Dick Rempe pre- winner. Store owners, Frank Sullivan (left) and Dick Rempe for their 30 years of membership ampm oz commitment. t~e car- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hobson rives in Lawrence, Kan. check for $400. present her a check for $300. in the Nebraska Crop Improve- tificate of achievement is given as were Thursday until Sunday ment Association. Ken Beebe, a token of sincere gratitude for guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ryan [ ill the '90s February-March 1993,4-HJour- To compete at NCIA president, presented a cer- faithful membership. Hobson and Joshua, Manhattan.. . ,,,, tificate of achievement to the Grummert is a veteran wheat Larry attended the state conven- I ...... vide I stockjtzdging contest will be at 1~131JtUX/a.l~ euu, zaz~" Grummerts at the NCIA's annual seed producer who began his ca- tion for the Full Gospel Bust- I wet;~.~l~U . I he executive board of hal cover page. A county live- .... 1 County Extension " - -' 4 HMankato Thursday. Regional 4- The White Rock Scholar's meeting recently in Grand Island. reef raising Nebred as an FFA nessmen and all attended a con- | o.ssls[ance in | ~i~Feb. 24 for a dinner Last Monoay me Album - H Day will be Saturday at Bowl Team will compete in the The NCIA is a non-profit ser- project. In 1963 he began his crop pies' shower Sunday honoring I business or I '~.~ Wood reported on Club met in Our Redeemer Mankato High School. 1AdivisionoftheKSHSAAState vice and educational organization improvementmembershipbycer- Joshua Dean. | financial [ , me '90s meeting re- Lutheran Church basement. Kara Hilary Watson started thepro- Scholars BowlTournament Sat- whose mission is to further agri- tifying a small acreage of Ottawa Mr. and Mrs. Francis McGre- I 1. .... 11 I W ordia.Theprograrn Thomsen, president, presided gram by having everyone sing urday at Madison, Kan. . cultural interest through the use of winter wheat Since then, he and and Nevin, Denver Mr and i #t, I g to stay in sten with Members joined in repeating the Kookaburra.TravisWatsongave Team members, Eniott z-tar- improved varieties, high quality his son, Crai'g, have continually rs. Bob Mason, Salina," Mr. I the use of life and I :1 lifestyle changes. 4-H Pledge. Secretary Brandy a project talk about his bassoon ris, Lisa Dethloff, Philip seeds and other sound methods of been involved in developing their and Mrs. Gerald McGregor, I health insurance, I and Alan Guzik had a talk about Lambrecht, Marshall Moluf and crop production, seed enterprise for the benef!t of Plano, Texas, and Maria de I and tax deferred I veil County a~ents re- Mohter called the roll, 23 were his entomology project. Anna Peder Moluf, finished second at For the past 10 years during the local area zarmers, as well as Broekert, Los Altos, Calif, vis- " " " v.e l program devet- present. mghlights 6f their re- Members handed in enroll- Beckwith gave aclubproject talk the Regional Scholars' Bowl in crop improvement days, the asso- farmers in Kansas, Iowa and ;t,.,~ ,h,,;, m,~th,~r Mrs I.lovd I retirement, I tale: ment forms. The leaders an- about food safety. Sarah Studer Kensington last Monday. clarion has recognized members Texas. His commitment to ge- iVI Gre .or, veraf days'and ai- I . pension ann I County will partici- nounced community service had members play parliamentary In round robin competition, netic improvement can be seen in i investment plans. I surrounding counties projects the club will be invoiveu tic-tac-toe. Charlie Nickloy led they had a 4-1 record, losing to Formoso Library his record of 25 plus varieties l I ...... grown. and tram county fair m.Jess]caKramp, vlcepreszdent, the group in "pop the balloon" Lenora. In the semi-final ro.und, The next Story Hour at Grummertsays,"Iusuallyplant I ~h~trl~ll~_~_~ [ I ~ I ranttofund the'train- announced the next meeting will for recreation. WhiteRockdefeatedTipton, men Formoso Library will be Wednes- only Nebraska recommended va- I n. v ...... __ | I l: I I ilsought. Juniorlead_ beMonday, March 22 after school Hosts were Jensens and lost again to Lenora. The team day afternoon from 4 to 5 for rieties which are more winter Incur orated .eoncessionsatthe inthechurchbasement. Nerias.Thenextmeetingwillbe receivedaplaqueandaslotinthe kindergarten through fourth I / HDaytobehostedin After adjourning the business April 12. state championship tournament grade. . . . hardy. Nebraska releases one or [ * P* t rday, meeting, members worked on Smith awarded this weekend. Barbara Dethloff Periodicals mis week are the two new varieties year. I like to I I / I plant them first and test their per- I I I I .Higbee's leadership posters for the upcoming bake and Kevin Ost will join Harris, March U. S. and Canada formance in this area before fee- | Phone 402-879-4341 | | I , . . . "Elderhostel" and the April ommending them to other local | 306 National I / I marion has advanced sale. A demonstrati(m, "Making Da.i'la ~d~hoIIIIS~L[1D Lisa Dethloff and Lambrecht at s e z til n competi- a Poster.for the Fmr, was gwen anay ...... . a Superior=" state.The team placed m" all but the forms"Highlights'"are available.All kinds of tax farmers, I like to see a three to five I Superior, Neb. I | / u t/)ri Birdsell by l'~coie ~ates. High Schoo~ senmr has been .............. ik- Trail year yield test instead of just one I I / / nareascreeningof4_ -- . awaroea ....... a presmentmz scno- nrstmeecm sseasun, r Archeology Week will be year. / / ........ League schools enter two teams March 28 through April 3. This 9plications in Man- Do you know who Crabby is? arsmp oy uana t;ouege as a re- :_ ............ ent White , , .... ........ annual celebration is intended to l[ / ,., -_ If you were at the Formosa Will- sult of part~c~pauon m the annu- " second and fourth ___ U~Fun Night was a ing Workers 4-H Club meeting ...... Rock fimshed heighten the public's interest in .... : al Presmenttal Scholarship cam- :_ .,. ...... Whitney ThomDso - n "-uraiser Ellsworth last Monday at the Formosa Se .... m u,at thepastandcreateabettexunder- ..... r-r-z-lr--~ o...s _t_anding of Kansas Archeology. t!:Jin_the camping niorCenter, you would have met peuuon held recently at the Blazr n,har na l'c'nat'no White /" ..... ,, "-- " "n I [ / Jewell County Brian Gordanier's pet hermit col ge.ine competmon" .... was nero on ..... RockstudentswereCraigoewey,.___,_ "-ri Tomac The library board met Friday. insurance agency, 1 c. I/ ..fora Ha., / y at.counties. Market crab. Gordanier demonstrated rams aose , , {lans were made to observe Na- the Dana campus during Febru- ~.o,,~. ~o,n,,m I" .... R~,;.Prr Can for Justin, Larry, A,J. I / District Representative / .Weighed jan. 30 and how to care for Crabby ary and included more than 100 ...... : .......... ........ tional Library Week April 21. Jewell County extension ....... m 12 Wayne Frost, Gent Garman, There is anew "two in one"for Auto-Homeowners-Commercial-Farm I / s. / mgn SChOOl stuaents fro Emma Lambrecht and Chris book,"RosesforMan a"and"A I/ ' ,s,;Chlarship>June 2 agentS,sweat, wereBill WoodguestsandandDeannaTravis stateS.as part' ...... me competmon, Whelchel_ . Wanda Thummel is Woman Called Dan~aris," byQUALITY RELIABIL. ITY SERVICE 402-879 3018 / an are avail- Watson presided at the meeting, each student was interviewed by me sponsor, JanetteOke. Our Way ofDoing Busmess- Since 1929 [ | LtaH[P..aN / Bryan Studer led the Flag Salute a team of Dana students, faculty Nominations are now being American consumers throw oemonstra- and 4-H Pledge. Roll call was and staff, and asked to complete accepted for the position of away enough aluminum to re- Phone402-879-3315 I/ BROTHERHOOD/ Marcl 25at answered by 15 members, six an essay on a specified topic, Farrn'ers Home Administration build our entire commercial , 117 West Third Street- Superior, Nab. I/ ...... / farm near parents and leaders who re- Winners were selected on the Committee Member for Clay airfleet every three months. 'gri-BusinessFo- sponded by naming a tree. basis of the interview, essay and Nuckolls Counties. From ,, ,