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1992 edition of Wildcat golf is off to a good start. Members of the team (from left, back Ryan Henderson, Jeremy Wagner, Chad Hansen, Matt Schultz, Eddie Meekins, Scott Priefert, Ryan Smidt, Andrew Mason, Shawn Robinson and Chad Williams. Middle Delka, Travis Rempe, Phil Sullivan, Dan Sullivan and Jeremy Tipton. Front row: Erin ie Priefert-and Ericka Tuttle. Not pictured: Jeff Autrey and Libby Baird. Day program Lovewell Saturday .persons, groups or interested in mg in the third annual Y Celebration at ir are invited a commitment to the on Saturday. trees and shrubs along the new drive from 9:00 noon. A nature (similar to a hunt) will be held in park from 2:00 to 4:00 People to just be out- SOme fun. interested in par- in an Earth Day or Adopt+A-Public :ogram at either State Park or Wildlife Area, are the Lovewell Unit Adopt-A-Public Land m Will not reduce tent efforts to keep clean, but will enlist to keep them and more natural. can adopt a public on their desires, and manpower,, wm De requu'ea tO three times per an Earth Day will allow familiar with d responsibilities. personnel will be to explain the and other activities on Earth Day. on Earth Day, care for the rs and their en- Recycling, tree clean-up, and all a part of last again, there is an to make a con- t to the a piece of a area, or lake. Land is a by the Ctment of Wildlife to the Adopt- litter program. Lovewell State Park, Lovewell Wildlife Area, Jamestown Wildlife Area, Jewell State Lake, and Brzon Wildlife Area. Easter Bunny to stop at Formoso The Easter Bunny will be making a special stop at the Formoso City Park Saturday, April 19. Children, toddlers to 13 years, can find Easter goodies at 2 p.m. The annual affair is sponsored by PRIDE, mer- chants and individuals. The Formoso Tree Board has been assessing the city park and the area uptown as to tree planting needs for this spring. The potential date will be the week followir Easter. Hattie Wulf hosts W.C. Club meeting Weekly Fish Report ') Lovewell Reservoir: Water temperature 54 degrees. Walleye, good; somelimits of 18 inches plus fish being caught in 14-20 feet of water on the dropoffs. Walleye killers working best, but floating jigs also working well. Chartreuse and orange are best colors. White Bass, slow; few being caught by walleye anglers. Channel Cat, good using shad gizzards and large shiners on trotlines in the upper end of the reservoir. Glen Elder Reservoir: Water temperature 54 degrees. Cawker City causeway using shad sides and stink baits. Crappie, fair; beginning to pick up in all the main coves and creek channels near brush; minnows working best. White Bass, slow. Walleye, fair to good for fish 15 inches plus in 28- 30 feet of water along river channel; jigs tipped with Six members attended the crawlers and shiners working W.C. Club. hosted by Hattie equally well. Wulf, Guide Rock, last Wed- Children v--"'orm nesdav. President Shirley Hunter conducted the business at St. Petel's LW]/'IL meeting. Each member read poetry in response tq roll call. Hilda ,Yamg gave ca+ donation.to the club in memory of her husband, Russell. The president distributed yearbooks she had prepared. She read several selections from the club history indicating the club was organized in 1921 and who the charter members were. She also read from a newsletter published by the club in its early days. Joan Hoins was appointed to serve as historian and to continue the tradition of recordkeeping' Mrs. Hunter won the guess what package. Mrs. Hoins was able 'to recall the greatest number of items from a tray of items and Emma Anderson received the highest score on a numerical accounting of vital statistics. The hostess gave each member a prize. She served a dessert lunch. Ten- tative plans were made to meet with Mrs. Yung in May. Thursday, April 16, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Donor awarness display at hospital BrodstoneMemorialNuckolls Easter bunnies real County Hospital is featuring a display this to celebrate National Organ and Tissue Donor Aware- ness Week, April 19-25. The dis- play will be in the hospital lobby through Sunday. The number of organ and tis- sue procedures is extensive in the United States. Approximately 250,000 bone transplants and re- construction procedures, 43,00 corneal grafts, 2,000 heart trans- plants, 60 heart-lung transplants, 3,500 heart value transplants, 2,500 liver transplants, 200 lung transplants, 550 pancreas trans- plants, 1,500 saphenous vein trans- plants as well as many kidney transplants and other related pro- cedures. There is one national computer system for matching donated or- gans with waiting recipients. All organ recovery programs are a member of this system. The Ne- braska Organ Retrieval System (NORS), is the certified not-for- profit organ and tissue recovery agency serving Nebraska and Pottawattami County, Iowa. NORS coordinates the recovery, preservation and distribution of vascular organs, bone, heart val- ues and saphenous vein, the American Red Cross, Midwest Tissue Services, handles the proc- essing and distribution of bone and the Lions Eye Bank coordi- nates the recovery, processing and distribution of eye tissue in the state. The number of transplants are limited only by the number of organs and tissues available. At the present time there are 5,000 persons awaiting corneal grafts, 1,200 heart transplants, 150 heart- lung transplants, 19,000 kidney transplants, 1,500 liver transplants and 600 lung and pancreas trans- plants. Post-Pxom meeting Channel Cat, fair; west of set for Thursday The Superior post-prom com- mittee will be finalizing plans for the post-prom party when they meet next Thursday at the high school. If anyone wishes to help but cannot be at the meeting, they are encouraged to call Lorraine Smith or Cheryl Russell. Smith becomes Ist practitioner in state Darlene Smith, Superior, re- ceived word this week that she was the first practitioner in Ne- braska to be accepted as an ortho- bionomy basic-practitioner. Or- tho-bionomy is a registered trade- mark for a form of body work said to use gentle movements and com- fortable positions to unlock pain and release tension. Nila Onnen called the April meeting of St. Peters Lutheran Women's Missionary. League of Davenport to order. Karen Haake led the school children in two numbers on recorddrs. She also leda devotion, "A Cross To Bear." For topic, Pastor Suggltt told how to mark Bibles "For Way of Salvation." The Bibles are to go to York Nebraska Center for Women. Eighteen members were present. The visiting committee reported giving a basket of food to new members, the Martin Benin family and visiting many people. Reports were given on the Spring Workshop at Superior and some suggested plans for revisions on the constitution. Plans are being made to tour the Superior museum. The May mystery dinner is set for May 7 at 7 v.m. Annie Ficken closed with '% Prayer For Uptight LWML Members" and the common table prayer. KENT BETrF2q & Sons Disposal 856 East 4th Superior, Neb 48978 402-879-4412 :ng a May through August DISCOUNT to customers who pay bill two months in advance, 50 per month discount if payment is sent before the 15th of the Year. along with this ad. If interest is shown we will offer this discount WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: RESIDENTIAL $9 Per month or $8.50 per month with two-month payment and ad , SENIOR CITIZENS $7.50 Per month or $7 per month with two-month payment and ad FOr $4 Per month, Grass Clippings will be picked up on your regular trash day but must be from the trash. Please call and let us know if you would like your grass picked up. We have dUmpsters to sell or rent to businesses or farm customers. We also sel! or rent 90-gallon polycarts to residential customers. like to thank all our customers for a very successful two years ss and hope to expand and better our services in the future. + VCR 7 To 10 Day Repair Service FREE Portable VCR available if more time required. REASONABLE RATES at aH Cinema/Video Centers Hebron-Superior- BeHeviHe Many people are interested in rabbits this time of year but for Gina Jeffery, the interest is a year around one. Since a young- ster, Jeffary has raised rabbits. Superior FHA plans home alone program Is your child ever on their own at home? The Superior Chapterof Future Homemakers of America is sponsoring a five- part series of lessons entitled, Kids at Home. This project is developed for third and fourth grade students who may be home on their own after school. The lessons will cover the topics of preparing basic nutritious snacks using kitchen equipment safely, discussing emergency house rules, practicing basic first aid and fire salety, caring for and getting Qlong with siblings or other children, finding things to do when home alone, summertime safety including pool and water safety and other self-care skills. The sessions will be aRer school from 3:45-5 p.m., in the high school home economics classroom. Sessions will be held for five consecutive Tuesdays beginning Tuesday, April 21. Members of the Superior Future Homemakers of America Chapter will be in charge of and conducting this community service project. Third and fourth grade students may enroll by return- ing their" registration blank to the North Ward office by April 16. Questions or late registrations may be directed to Sonia Schmidt, FHA Chapter kdviser. I i Got a Computer and Modem CALL LOCAL BBS 402-879-3639 Settings N-8-1 We own and offer TVA ..... Tennessee Valley+ Authority ......... PoweiZBonds .... 7.29%* due 01/15/02 It's state and local tax free, so if you're in the 28% federal tax bracket, your state taxable equivalent return is 7.61%. Aaa rated by Moody's & AAA rated by Standard & Poor's. Call protection through 10/1/94. Government agency. Call or stop by today. Paul T. Hoefs, Jr. Phone 402-879-4646 *Rate expremd M yield to maturity as of 04/13/92. Market riak im a onBlderation on investments sold prior to maturity. Edward D. Jones & Co." Member New yok Sleek lchange, Inc and Securilte$ Inveslor Prolel3o Cocporillon DEMOCRAT FOR COUNTY CO00ISSIONER IN DISTRICT II To you, the people of my district - I have served you in the past and would like to serve you in the next 4 years. I have more than 7 years experience as your county commissioner and past chairman of the board. 7 years chairman of Region 13 Civil Defense Board 7 years county representative to Central Community College 11 years Davenport School Board 3 years Church Board - First Community Church Oak 3 years Farm Home Administration Board Member of V.F.W. and American Legion A Korean War Veteran Lifelong resident of my district Believe in good county government I'VE LISTENED TO YOU THE PEOPLE I CARE- IF YOU CARE Your vote in May will be appreciated This Ad paid for by Robert Samsula for Burr Oak woman By Gloria Carman Could the Easter Bunny's real name be Alvin? Sounds unlikely, but Alvin's owner, Gina Jeffery, Burr Oak, is not telling. Jeffery has been interested tn rabbits since childhood. She grew up in a small town, Le Rey, Kan., and her family raised rabbits to sell. Mter marrying and moving to Burr Oak, Jeffery decided to start raising rabbits. In 1988, Jeffery's sister-in-law and family, gave her two Siamese Satin Rabbits for her birthday. "J R." (Just Rabbit), "Alvin," m,i "Salldy," and five baby rabbits born April 8, all are French l,opes. Jeffery stated, "All my rabbits have different per- sonalities. Lopes are my favorite breed, they seem to have the best tempexment." Jeffery raises her rabbits to sell. All have been sold locally and one reeently won honors at the 4-H fair. "Rabbits do require extra care when the weather is real cold or hot," Jeffery said. During the hot summer months Jeffery places ice bottles in the hutches. In the Jeffery stated, "These were winter, tar and heat lamps my first rabbits and they had' are used to keep the rabbits the coloring like a Siamese warm. cat." Naming the rabbits, is an important job for Jeffery and her husband, Todd. "They just can't be called any old usual name, like Thumper or Peter. There was "Eddie" Rabbit, a California White and "Pete" Rabbit instead of Peter," Jeffery shared. The= rabbits presently oc. cupying the Jeffery hutches are In the Jeffery house, there are shelves full of rabbit items, ceramic rabbits, rabbit mugs, a quilted rabbit, and blocks that spell "I Love Bunnies." Some of Jeffery's other in- terests are painting saw blades, hunting, fishing, playing soft- ball and volleyball. She is employed at the White Rock Schools and Kiers Grocery Store. Hardy State Bank Hardy, Nebraska CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDMON including domestic and foreign subsidiaries of Hardy State Bank Hardy, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, 68943, st;re bank No. 5530 Federal Reserve District No. 10 at the close of business on March 31, 1992. 1. Cash and balances due from depository institutions: a. Noninterest-beanng balances and currency and coin .........................................  ................... 147,000.CO b. Interest-beanng balances ......................................... 98,000.00 2, Securities ....................................... ;. ......................... 4,389,000.00 3. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries,and in IBFs: a. Federal funds sold ............................................................ none b. Securities purchased under agreements to resell ............ none 4. Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................. 2,484,000.00 b. LESS: Allowance for loan " and lease losses ........................ 82,000+00 c. LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve .......................................... none d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance and reserve (item 4.a minus 4.b and 4.c) ....................................... 2,402,000.00 5. Assets held in trading accounts ............................................. none 6. Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) ............................................... none 7. Other real estate owned ........................................................ none 8. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ............................... none 9. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ................................................ none 10. Intangible assets ................................................................. .none 11. Other assets .............................................................. 142,000.OO 12.a. Total assets (sum of items 1 through 11) ............ 7,178,000.00 b. Loans deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ................. none c. Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) (sum of items 12.a and 12.b) .............................. 7,178,00000 LIABILITIES 13. Deposits: a. In domestic offices .............................................. 6,344,000.00 (1) Noninterest-bearing ............. 398,000.00 (2) Interest-bearing ................. 5,946,000,00 b. In foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries and I BFs ................................... none (1) Noninterest-bearing ...................... noae (2) Interest-bearing .............................. n .,1, 14. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement to repurchase in domestic offices of the bank end of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs: a. Federal funds purchased ....................................... 100,00000 b. Securities sold under agreements to repurchase .............. none 15. Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury ......................... none 16. Other borrowed money ........................................................ none 17. Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases ...................................................... nono 18. Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ...: ............................................ none 1 g, Subordinated notes and debentures ................................... none 20. Other liabilities ............................................................ 50,000 oo 21. Total liabilities (sum of lines 13 through ?0) ........... 6,494,000 00 22. LJmitad-life preferred stock and related surplus ................... no.e EQUITY CAPITAL 23. Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus (No. of shares outstanding .......... none) 24, Common Stock (No. of shares a. Authorized ..... . ............... 750,000.00 b. Outstanding .................. 750,000.00) ....................... 75,000.00 25, Surplus (exclude all surplus related to preferred stock) .......................................................... 325,000.00 26. a. Undivided profits and capital reserves ................... 284,000.00 b. LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities ............... : ............................. none 27. Cumulative foreign currency translation adjustments 28. a. Total equity capital (sum of lines 23 through 27) ._684,000+00 b. Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) ................ non,.., c. Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U,S,C 1823(j) (sum of items 28.a and 28.b) ................................. 684,000.00 29. Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 US.C t823(i) (sum of items 21, 22 and 28.c) ................................ 7,178,000.00 MEMORANDA: Amounts outstanding as of Report of Condition Date: 1 .a Standby letters of credit, Total ................. i ........................... none t .b Amount of Standby letters of credit in memo 1 .a conveyed to others through participations ..................... none I, the undersigned.officer, do hereby declare that this Report of Condition has been prepared in conformance with official instructions and is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Jerry L. Cordls, Cashier April 8, 1992 Phone 402-279-3715 We, the undersigned directors, attest the cormclness ot thls  of Condition and declare that it has been e/us and to lhe best of our knowledge and belief has been Ipamd in confomace,,with official instructions and is true and correct. Samuel P. Baird Mitchell H Motet Ado W. Ooehring []