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~f Mrs. Ralph Hanson Mankato clothing dies in Lincoln store to open Mrs. Ralph Hanson (Ruby), Mrs. Martha Herrmann has 68, died Friday in Lincoln. She leased the former Dreiling's was a of Mr. and a location and store fixtures in ..... Mankato and will open a SuperiorMrs. A. G. Hanson, Superior. -ByDianeRi Berens Tuesdayi March 22, the clothing store in early April. 24, 1963 Memorial services were NOTICE Tuesday aRernoon at Lincoln The March monthly birthday central Nebraska Good The store, to be called of Sannie Dye a-k-a Memorial Funeral home with party was Tuesday and was Samaritan administrators will "Martha's", will carry ladies hosted by the Wesleyan Church meet for lunch and program at and some men's apparel. Mrs. Dye, Deceased. the Rev. Dan Gangler of- ladies. March birthdays in- the center. Towns involved Herrmann has been emploeyd ereby given that on ficiating, clude: Lynda Beale, care staff include: Kearney, Nelson, at a supermarket and will open 1._ 3 in the County Survivors include her member, and Beverly Slusher, Wood River, Arapahoe, Alma, the tore shortly after she Nuckolls County,husband, Ralph; son, Harold, rehabilitation aide, March 13; Superior and Gibbon. Visiting terminates her employment Registrar ap- Lincoln; brother, Dan Smith, Gladys Farver, LPN, 14i the center also that date is the April 1. Daneheywhoee Bellevue, Wash.; three grand- MargaretKinyoun, RN, 18; and Nebraska assistant regional 2, Box68930127,as relatives.children; and many other Fern Schriever, cook's helper, director for the society, Hope Plans continue 19. March resident birthdays Knutson, RN. 'aidDecea .of the Former Ideal ~clude Cora Jensen, March 2; Area Churches providing for Oregon Trail ohnA.Wheeland Deanna Cox and Grace Mittan, worship services in March Day celebration the County Court manager dies 6; Leona Topliff, II; Hayward include: United Methodist, P.C. in Florida Begga, 13; vera Perry, 17; Salem Lutheran Church, First A meeting was conducted at _ 'Clara Chambers, 21; Esther Presbyterian and Our the Oak Fire Hall last Tuesday 4-7-12-3c A* former Superior resident, Reiman, 28 and Roland Crosby, Redeemer Lutheran Church.evening to continue plans for Rob Roy Cereny, jr., Tequesta, 30. Currently in the Brodstone the Oregon Trail Day Fla., died last Thursday at Received in the .mail on Memorial Nuckolls County celebration to be-held in Oak & 6ri "279-3465 Hardy, Neb. 68943 =1 Thursday, March 24, 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Leaders honored at 4-H Leaders Banquet and their years of service include: (front row) Mrs. Richard Sullivan (5), Jan Jantzen (5), Mrs. Chester Kometscher (5), Elaine Guilkey (10), Leo Blackstone (10), (back row) Kathe Ely (5), Nancy Hofts (5), Virgil Uhrmacher (2), Peggy Uhrmacher (2). Choose Your Patterns At No Obligation Fifth and Bloom 402-879-3659 Superior, Neb 138 East Fourth Street--Superior,Nebraska Ralgro Implants: of 24 Implants ............... $23.0 O C_aartridges ...... $23.00 per cartridge Ybeans and Sunflower Seeds "Certified. Seed Oats, Clover And Alfalfa Seeds Permectrin Ear Tags... $1.10 ea. :Ctrin Insecticide Eartags ...... $1.40 on. .-_ Will Last 5 Mon!hs q e ial Rabon Eartags ......... $50 ea. Will Last 3 Months or Crystal Pattern of Your Choice mV Fostor~a and Imperial Crystal Noritake and Franciscan China International and Oneida Open Until 9"00 p.m., -Ir=L,,. _J ... !-- !_J __ f,~ ~ = Community Silverplate and Stainless Steel /nursuay-rnoay- a[uroay Eve nenz and Kirk Ouensing 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Sunday April 23, 1983 I I I I Oiane Fruchtl and Oarrell Kile May 27, 1983 Lynae Scroggin and John Stafford June 3, 1963 Have Registered Their Patterns 24, 1983 Palm Beach Martin ~ounty Monday was a certificate ofHospital are Winffred Smles this summer, training lesson called 'Can't Artrip and family, Artesia, N. dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex NOTICE Medical Center, Jupiter, Fla., appreclation from the state flre and Grace Mittan. Leta John Corman, chairman, Find It? Put Your House in M. In Phoenix, they were guests Pedersen and daughter, of Edna N. Ha~,es, after a,brief illness. Cause of marshal. The center was Pedersen is visiting her family presided at the meeting, Orderf" It's open free to aof Mr. andMrs. GenePedersen Hawthorne, Calif., were guests death was cancer, recently inspected by the fire in the south and western United assisted by Mike Corman. Other representative of any corn- and also visited in the homes of in the C, ene Pedersen home for ~' given that on He was plant manager of the marshal and there were no fire States. officers include Cloma Corman, munity organization. Handouts 1~', and Mrs. Rues Beatty,a family reunion. the County Ideal Basic Industries here safety deficiencies or waivers We welcome Luella Sanner to secretary protein, in the ab- will be provided so t~ par- Phoenix, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lars Pedersen, sr., uckolls County,about 20 years ago. on the yearly survey, the center and John Pagel has sence of Ruth Anderson, and ticipant can go back their Wesley Press and sons, Tempe. returned to California with the Survivors include his wife, Visiting on March 9 was the been discharged to the Park- Donna Gillan, treasurer, organization and give~ theMarch l2 and l3 Mr. andMrs. Rex and Lloyd Pedersen Marjorie, and three daughters, regional field nurse for view Haven, Deshler. Tentative plans were made to presentation. The course will be Lloyd Pedersen, LaCresenta, families for a longer visit in 2, Box 127,Private funeralserviceswere medicaid (welfare) who. was Evening activities are host the celebration in late offered next Thursday at 9:30 Calif., Cindy Pedersen, Glen- their homes. 68920 as held. here to review charts on welfare starting at the center with August. Committee chairmen a.m., in Nelson at the Extension of the recipients, games being 4laved. the first will he elected at the meeting Office or at 1:30 p.m. at the A nursing in-service on being Tuesday. Tuesdays "Los Tuesday,at 7;30 p.m. Security National Bank Com- JohnA.Wheeland Glenvil man is oxygen and suction machine Vegas" night will be held and It was voted to hove Loinmunity Room, Superior. Petroleum exploration crews tycourt : .... review was h ld Monday and March 29 slides for the "travel Ferguson order a protable P.C. ~.,,,~ ,-t ~=,- presented by Margaret club" will be shown at 7 p.m. popcorn popper to have for use Rebekahs oer working in nearby counties t4.7.1 c; train collision Kinyoun, RN. Attending a Special event next Wed- at all Oak community events. therapeutic recreation nesday is the nutrition day Everyone in the community is a scholarship With the decline in crude oil County. The findings nave not Tony W. Kranau, 27. Glenvii workshop in Lincoln March 4 party, featuring snack foods urged to attend the meeting The Irene Meigs Memorial prices, petroleum industry been released. was killed Monday morning were activity director, Jac.que withnu.t~tivevalue...This3p.m. Tuesday evening. , LING when the pickup he was driving WalKs and Rehabilirauon aine, even m noshes m, one uJemry scholarship is offered yearly to spokesmen have been Seismograph testing has also given thatcollided with an Am-Trak Beverly Slusher. department and dietitian, Former remdent any boy or girl wishing to predicting a decline in ex- been underway this month in Commissionpassenger train three miles Mrs: WalKS is atten ng the Deb Miller. fractures hip further their education by the ploration activities. However, northern Jeweil County. west of Minden. 36-hour activity director Mary Johnson, Superior, Rebekah Lodge. exploration is continuing in A Louisiana firm has been _._ of Superior, Funeral services will he today workshop scheduled March T.-8, received the .quilt which A former Superior resident, payable $500 At the beginning of The Republic County Register bounded by U.S. 36 on the south, WUl hold a Public(Thursday) at I0 a.m., at the March 24 and 25 and two aa .~ m resiaenm ana vomnzeers nave The scholarship is for $I,000 North Central Kansas. testing an area generally on the followin= the Rev. C. F. Watters, Camp- each school semester and will of Deeds has reported several the stateline on the north, the a Special Excep-United Methodist Church, Blue April. The worzsnop certifies worgen on. Hill. Interment will he in the activity directors and is through Congratulations to care staff bell, fell last Wednesday af- besmid directly to the college or companies have in recent Olive Hill Church on the' east [o. SE83.02 by the Blue Valley Cemetery, Ayr. Nebraska Health Care member Lynda Beale, on the ternoon and fractured his hip. university. Applicants do not months obtained leases in the and Northbranch on the west. He is a patient at Mary Lanning He was driving west and Association. birth of a daughter March 5. Hospital, Hastings. * 'he Rev. have to belong to the Order. county that would permit ex- The test results will be I Fellowship for a turned south off Highway 6-34 .......... Watters if the father of Mrs. Tuesday. The application forms drilling, ficient promise the company -'Ption permit to use Applications must be made by ploratory oil and gas well evaluated and if there is suf- into the path of the westbourn I( . . . g residence for train. He was alone in his I! Nebraslta i~fl :l Billy Bishop, Bladen, andDavid may be obtained from the Earlier this month an ex-said attempts would he made to and church Islat Watters, Wood River. i l Sul erior Rabekah Lodge, No. ploratorywell was drilled near secure leases and interest a bject residence is pickup and according to officers ~7 East 3rd Street, investigating the accident, was ~' " .......................................Extension Service 70, secretary, MargueriteWayne in southern Republic company in drilling. 34, East Superior, pronounced dead on arrival at ........................... Swaim. I theMinden Hespital , BySen.MartlnKahle some difficulty getting LB 533, presents lesson t / , ~n, Superior, Kranau was a ca~enter and 37thDtstrict the vet college bill, out of the Vacation in aid lot is zoned "R- owner of Midwest Nebraska The hearings on the 625 bills education committee. If it does on organization ,- ~nsitv Residential. Building Company and was that were introduced are over not come out soon, an attempt In today's hurried world, New Mexico be held in the enroute to work at the time of and the legislature went into all- will hemade tobringit tothe what everyone could use is a ~and Arizona Room of the the accident day floor sessions Monday.floor notwithstanding the National Bank Survivors ]'nclude his wife the Many hundreds of citizens committeee's action. This basic survival course in KiN CARE COSMETICS , . . organization. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen, 30p.m. onApril6, former Connie Portenier of have been here to lend their contmuestobea tough battle. Think of how much time we Hardy, andMra. ErnestNelaon, Judy Kissinger lime andplace, all Guide Rock' one son, T vler. his approval or disapproval to the The appropriations corn- waste looking f or things. And it Minden, returned last Wed- Uted in the above ' - .......... 402-726-2246 Fairfield, Net)'. mard. parents, DuWayne (Bud) and manes revolved. It a tough m]ttee has fmmhed estLmate seems no matter how organized nesday from a vacation in New )lanning Mary Kranatl. Blue Hill" process for the senators and of the 83-84 budget with a figure we think we are, something falls Mexico and Arizona. Mrs. Lars SEE My Display At ksion brother, Steven, Avr,, .... and while we enjoy having you come of $758 7 million. This compares. .... through the cracks. Pedersen, sr., Superior, ac- , arandmother Edna Reiberm for the heanngs takes a lot to the $748 5 mdlion xn the The o .... , ' Don't give up hope. companiedthem. Karstmg s Hair, Inc. q~ Mason, Hast s of patience to mt and listen, governor s budget These man lng " sometimes well into the evening figures will now be worked into thearyEargen' Cooperative Extension Service They visited Mrs. Gladys 406 Central Superior, Neb. . set8 * hours, to all of the. ,qnperns the.hundreds.of budget items will help by sponsoring a leader Knowles and Mr. andMrs. Jim J~u.rr ~JaK ' involved in the s9 ma~y issnes, and presented to the full OF PUBLIC ,-,re-school test " "~LS I9, theBed/ bill, legislature later in the session. ~' moved to final reading on I have been receiving a lot of Thursday, with only one minor mail and telephone calls con- given that Burr Oak Schools will conduct amendment added whichcerning the funding for our ;Adjustment a pre-school screening on April concerns the filing of an ae- community based social Superior, 13. This screening is for all countability statement by the programs, especially the a public children who will be entering beef cheek-off board members, mental health, mental retar- kindergarten in the fail and It then passed with no negative clarion and the aid to the elderly. other predschool age children votes. It is going to be impossible 0. ZA83d)2 by John suspected of having special LB 198, my priority bill, under the proposed spending e in the lot needs. The screenin will in- moved out of the public works budget I just mentioned to meat o setback dude assessments in speech committee on Friday. This is all of these requests. I'm sure a mobilehome and iaNraage, hearing, vision, the bill that deals withwe will do the best we can under tract of land ad- cognitive motor coordination, recharging or resupplying the our present economic con- end of south physical and immunizationwatertablewithmn4acewater, ditions. Said tract review. We know this has been hap- outside the City The screening will take place pening in several a/~as of ore" ]effry Hoins Nebraska by appointment in the Burr Oak state where surface irrigation Agricultural. Elementary School. Parents projects are in operation. elected for held in the are to call for an appointment As surface water is stored in national award of the Light thne by April II. reservoirs, transported in 135 West canals, or used to surface- JeffryHoins, Davenport, has Nebraska, irrigate crops, some of it seeps been selected to represent the m= 7, 1983. At |11 persons Company promotes through the soil into the aquifer Davenport Community School casuing recharge. We have and his church in the society of e case win James Ohmstede never had legislation toDistinguished American High of Zoning designate this process as a "School Students. m( nt James Ohmstede has been beneficial use of surface water Only those students who have promoted from the position of and we have never created demonstrated academic ex- rights to this water. By doing cellence, participated actively / on BI Rn JOhnson, .... , chiof engineer to vice. president these things we will strengthen in civic affairs and displayed of engineering at e~ww,. Television, Waterloo, Iowa. our position in interstate water leadership in extracurricular ) r [ KWWL-TV is a part of disputes and we will make activities are eligible for this dies at American Black Hawk future water projects finan- national award. ' cially feasible, as a charge Hoins, a freshman, was B i n n i n g. at Noon Sunday Broadcasting Company whichcould be made to pump nominated for this honor by his is the northern division of irrigators if it could be proven pastor, Rev. Fred Wolff, of American Family Broadcasting that the water table was Indeed Christ Lutheran Church, rtin, 70, Company. . raised. Davneport. He is the 'son of at Mary Ohmstede moved to Watermo As expected, we are having Jerre and Ardith Hoins. pital, last September from Cedar sister of Frank Rapids Stati~ KCRG where he and Harry had been assistant chief engineer. He, his wife, Dee, and fll be today their daughter, Alicia, have ..... )a.m.,atZion resided in Waterloo since Prices will be Lowered, Some as Much as with the Rev. January. Burial A graduate of Guide Rock Cemetery, High School, Ohmstede at- tended the University of two brothers, Nebraska and graduated from Every 4 Hours we are Open she is the Elkins School of All Prices Start at Average Retail Ernest Technology, Dallas. His and Henry parents, Bryce and Frances and a sister, Ohmstede, are residents of ' , Guide Rock. Attention All Brides - - Saturday - Come In and Register the China, Silver