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In The Express Classifieds, Phone 402-879-3291 haif-ton short box. :,000 miles. $9,500. 3 or 402- 23c-13-ffc 1/2-ton pickup. Re- good Phone 402-879- 23c- 16 -ffc =reational 1969 Mark-Twain inboard-outboard 18 ft., 160 h.p. ultz, 402-879- 23d-14-4p Arrow class A motor One owner. Very or offer. Wahoo, 23d-16-1p Fast and Expert FLAT TIRE REPAIRING Truck-Tractor_Auto B&S TIRE MARKET SUperior, Nebraska 23e-18-tfc 26-Notice TOM BARGEN Trucking, Inc., Nora, Neb. Local and long dis- tance hauling. Licensed grain dealer. Buy and sell all grains and sunflowers. Dealer for *Tri- umph Seed" the brand with the top-producing sunflower hybrids for this area. Call us for all your grain and crushed white rock needs. Phone 402-225-2164. 26-9-13c NEBRASKA CANT stand any more special interest groups not paying taxes. Don't change the constitution. Vote no on Amend- ment 1. Paid for by the "Save Nebraska's Constitution Commit- tee," Dean Bresley, treasurer, RR 1 Box 194, Ord, Neb. 68862. 26-16-1 p 31 -Insurance DID YOU know that life insur- ance costs less today than it did 10 years ago? Contact Steve Headrick, PO Box 66, Superior, Neb., an independent life and health agent. For a review of your life insurance or a health insurance quote. 31-15-tfc BUYING A home? Before you sign the papers, see State Farm Agent, Sonya Romersheuser, about a mortgage life policy, a decreasing term policy that can provide the money to pay off your mortage should it outlive you. Call Sonya Romersheuser at 402-879-3117. 31-16-1c Holiday trailer, 34a-Roofing r, electric lift Excellent Phone308-b28-2215. BOYER ROOFING 23d-15-tfc 132-foot equipped. Phone 23d - 15-2p -FOOT Westcraft h.p. motor. Lake 13-739.2429. 23d-15-2c Comfortable two- con I 1/2 lots Call 24-4-tfc :Well-insulated three- Call 402-879- 24-4-tfc home on Phone COMPANY All Types Roofing Commerical and Residential All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Phone 913-527-2687 Belleville, Kansas 4a-2-tfc 36-Thank You WE WISH to thank the Superior Volunteer Rescue Squad, Drs. Blecha and John and the hospi- tal staff for ministering to our sis- ter and aunt, Ruth Rittenhouse, before her death. We are grate- ful to Dr. Leibel for his good care. Thanks to relatives and friends who sent cards and flowers or 24-13-ffc helped in any way. Lois Smiley, Tom Shells and family, Clair and Work, give them Edith Sloane and family. 36-16-1 p THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Phone 402-879-3291 FlED RATES rd ...................................................... 12 large ............................................................ $2.00 per word .................................................... 21 KS ................................................. 30 )r additional weeks, add 9 cents per word ,NKS, per word .......................................... 12 LAY, per inch ................................... $2.75 quent issues (minimum four), per inch ............ $2.40 RTISEMENTS _ Advertisements running blind under the .. =Xpress must be answered bv letter Answers must be withi - f $1  10 days after the last insertion. Them is an additional . more than the cost of the ad for this form. uW TO KNOW WHAT YOUR AD WILL COST Charge for anv ad is ............... $2.00 r:cLads=are payable in advance by eiffler Master Charge or Visa. cent charge for billing all noncommercial ads. ;oLIrNE: Ads will be accepted until, p.m. Tuesday PUblication in Issue of the following day. classified advertising classification: s reserves the right to classify all advertisements its own rules of classification. a CLASSIFIED INDEX avertisement under any of the following headings: For Sale 26-Notice 17-Electronics 27-Fertilizer 17a-Memorials 27a-Chemicals 18-Household Goods 28-Farm Loans 18a-Antiques 29-Electn'cian 20-Poultry 21-Feed and Seed 2 la-lrdgation 22'Vans 23-Used Cars 23a-Motorcycles 23b-Auto Service 23c-Used Trucks 23d-Recreational 23e-Tire Repair. 24-Real Estate 24a-Mobile Homes 24b-Rent Buildings 2S-Land For Rent 29a-Welding 30-Beautician 30a-Musical Instruments 3 I-Insurance 3 ta-Auctioneer 32-Refrigeration 33-Professional 33a-Lodges 34-Plumbing 34a-Roofing 36-Thank You 37-1n Dlmlorium 40-Contractors WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED AD: more quiddy and favora when given complete or you. For best results, always inseM area code, your name and complete mailing egular hours, give a preferred time to have prospects and ask youmelf what you would like to '  salisfacti do so, not Ihro lack of readership, gt prompt action. be secured los' your advertisment by Tou may stop your ad in the event of results end plirwd. Thare ars also sped rates for se or offer bebro the public every week. ROW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD Phone 402-879-3291 Or ail to PO BOX 408, SUPERIOR, NEB. 68978 sas residents should mail to ->58, WEBBER, KANSAS 66970 20 to place an advertisement and to your Visa or MasterCard card. Hours are: Monday through Friday noon and 1-6 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-noon SUPERIOR EXPRESS OUR HEARTFELT thanks to everyone for their prayers, cards, words of comfort shown to us at the time of the death of our sister, Ruth Nicholls. Gene and Donna Holsteen. 36-16-1 p I WOULD like to thank everyone forthe cards, phone calls, prayers and visits while I was in the hos- pital and since returning home. Thanks to the doctors and staff at T.C.M.H. for their great care. Thanks to Pastor Dave for his visits and prayers. May God bless you. Lorie Eitzmann. 36-16-1c I WISH to express my sincere gratitude and love to Pastor Laughlin, my family, friends and neighbors for their many prayers, cards, flowers, gifts and visits during my stay in the hospital and at home. Words cannot ex- press your acts of kindness. God bless you all. Anita Tietjen. 36-16-1c THE FAMILY of Carl Michels would like to thank everyone who sent cards, flowers, memorials and any other act of kindness shown to us during our time of sorrow. We appreciate your thoughtfulness very much. Dale and Mitzi Michels, Scott and Shelly Butler and family. 36-16-1c THANK YOU Dr. Blecha, Dr. Brestin, Good Samaritan Hospi- tal, Kearney, and Pastors Cindi and Norman Prather for the hos- pital visit. Special thanks to my husband and family for being with me during and after my back surgery and for the tender, lov- ing care since rve been home. Thanks to all for their prayers and cards. Your love and friend- ship has meant so much. Donna Mary Hornbussel. 36-16-1p THE FAMILY of Lillian Jensen would like to thank'everyone for all the cards, calls, flowers, me- morials and food brought in dur- ing our time of sorrow. A special thanks to the Rev. Buchtel for the lovely service, to Dr. Butler and staff, to Nelson Good Sa- maritan Center staff for the ex- cellent care and to Ruth Watts for all the special things you did for'Grandma Jensen.'God bless you all. Gene Jensen, Loran and Barb Jensen, Darrell and Donna Jensen and families. 36-16-1p THE FAMILY of Orval Patterson wishes to thank all the relatives and friends for all the flowers, memorials, calls prayers, cards and food received at tile time of our loss. A special thank you to Pastor Ken Fairbrother for his concern and prayers and to the Good Samaritan Center and staff for their love and care for Dad. A thank you to Olive Hill, Country Women's Club and Country Bells ladies for the lunch following the service. Everything is greatly appreciated. God bless you all. Evelyn and Wylie Blair, Betty and Alan Frerichs, Roy and Phyllis Patterson. 36-16-1p First Published April 16, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON APRIL 27, 1992 at 8:00 p.m. at the Senior Citizens room, Municipal Auditorium the City of Superior will hold a public hearing concerning application to the Department of Economic Development for a Community Development Block Grant. This grant is available to local government for housing and community development activities. The City of Superior is requesting $100,000 for street paving and construction. The estimated amount of funds to benefit lower income persons is $52,000. Other local in-kind labor-contributions for the street paving are $100,000 by the City of Superi. We anticipate there will be no displacement o[ persons as a result of CDBG assisted activities. The grant application will be available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk. All interested parties are in- vited to attend at which time you will have an opportunity to be heard regarding the grant application. Written testimony will also he accepted at the public hearing scheduled for April 27th, 1992 at the Senior Citizens Room, Municipal Auditorium. Written comments addressed to the City Clerk will be accepted if postmarked on or before April 23rd, 1992. If there are any questions regarding this application, please contact the City Clerk at 879-4713. Individuals requiring physical or sensory ac- commodations including in- terpreter services, braille, large print or recorded materials please contact the City Clerk at 879-4713 no later than April 22nd, 1992. DeWayne L. Aberg City Clerk 4-23-16-2c PROCEEDINGS OF SUPERIOR CITY UTILITIES Notice of meeting posted, March 13, 1992, City Auditorium, City Safety Building, Superior Utilities. Superior Utilities, March 16, 1992. The regular meeting of the Board of Public Works was caged to order by Chairman Groves with the following present: Groves, Diehl, Christiancy, Mullet and Rempe. Absent: None. A motion to accept the con- sent agenda was made by Diehl and seconded by Mullet. Voting yea: Groves, Christiancy, Diehl, Mullet and Rempe. Nay: None. Absent: None. Motion carried. A motion to accept the minutes of the last meeting was made by Diehl and seconded by Mullet. Voting yea: Groves, Christiancy, Diehl, Mullet and Rempe. Nay: none. Absent: None. Motion carried. The following bills of the City Utility fund were read: Salaries, 13,346.44; Lincoln Telephone, service, 1,138.09; Lincoln Telephone, service, 25.95;Lynn's House of Music, supplies, 31.40; Ne. Dept. of Revenue, sales tax, 11,241.556; NPPD, wells service, 3,517.36; NPPD, power purchased, 78,521.01; Olsson Associates, engineering service, 12,592.01; Security National Bank, fed. withholding, 4,793.11; Water Products, supplies, 542.55; Zee Medical Service, supplies, 10.45. A motion was made by Rempe and seconded by Christiancy to approve and pay the bills as read. Voting yea: Groves, Christiancy, Diehl, Mullet and Rempe. Nay: None. Absent: None. Motion carried. A report was given by Jim Condon of Olsson Associates, Engineers of Lincoln, on progress of Mid-Am's plans to run evaporator condensation non-process water into our sanitary sewer system. A report was given on the status of the contract for up- dating at the Wastewater Plant. A motion was made by Christiancy and seconded by Mullet to adjourn the meeting. Voting yea: Grows, Diehl, Christiancy, Mullet, and Rempe; Nay: none Absent: None. W. E. Groves, Chairman R. J. Rempe Secretary Ruth Nicholls dies at Lincoln Ruth E. Nicholls, 80, died Last Tuesday at Lincoln. Services were Friday at the Roper & Sons Mortuary, Lincoln, with the Rev. Rodney Hinrichs officiating. Burial was in the Raymond Cemetery, Raymond. She is survived by a son, Je..., Lincoln; daughters, Mrs. Philhp Guy (Jeniece), Park Forest, Ill.; Mrs. Leonard Kromarlk (Colleen), Malcolm; Mrs. Jon Mumgaard (Sharon), Lincoln; abrother, Gem Holsteen, Nelson; sisters, Mrs. Chris Mumford (Lois), Hebron; Mrs. Dale Adcock (Charlene), Superior; Mrs. Dick Janssen (Shirley), Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mrs. JimFirestone (Vonna), Rawlins, Wyo.; nine grandchil- dren and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. Harry White dies at veterans home Harry William White, 86, died April 9 at the Grand Island Vet- eran's Home. Graveside services were Mon- day at the Edgar Cemetery with Pastor I-Iaroid Fox officiating. White, the son of Henry and Mattie Traylor White, was born Sept. 12, 1905, at Ong. He grew up in and around the Ong and Edgar communities and attended school them. He served his coun- try during'World War H in the United States Army. Before and after the war, he worked for the railroad, retiring in 1971. He was united in marriage to Bessie Houston, Edgar. She di Feb. l, 1985. . He was baptizm in the Chris- dan Church and was a member of the American Legion Warren Flectcher Post No. 248, Edgar. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife and three sisters, Kate, Hazel and Mary. Surivors include a brother, Lee, Edgar; three sisters, Blanche Simshauser, Rogersville, S.C.,and Ella Goosic and Etta Cool, both of Fairfield. The Urbauer-Willlams Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. WILL DO MOWING of lots on small acreages. Call for pricing 402-279-2035 or ' 402-226-35FI evenings and weekends Clarence Dittmer dies at Lincoln Clarence Fred Dittmer, 70, died April 8 at Bryan Memorial Hospi- tal, Lincoln. Services were Saturday at the Grace Lutheran Church, Hebron, the Pastor Robert Stenson offici- ating. Burial with military rites by the Hebron American Legion was in the Hebron City Cemetery. Dittmer, the youngest son of Henry and Minnie Molthan Dittmer, was born on a farm near Bruning May 31, 1921. He was haptized Aug. 2 I, 1921, by the Rev. Klatt and confirmed April 2, 1939, at St. Johns Lu- theran Chureb near Ohiowa by the Rev. V.R. Pietzko. He attended high school at Ohiowa and farmed with his fa- ther until he entered the Army Air ForeeinSeptemher 1942. He stud- ied to become a radio operator on a B-24 bomber. He was honorably discharged November 1943. Dittmerwas united in marriage to Joyce Houser May 29, 1944, at Belleville. To this union two chil- dren were born. He farmed near Bnming until 1959 when he moved to a farm southwest of Hebron where he farmed until his retire- The Circle D 4-I Club met March 26 at 7 p.m., at the Davenport Community Center. Election of officers was held with the following results: Tyson Bauer, president; Tenja Heyen, secretary; Meghan Johnson, vice president of home economics; Mark Holtzen, vice president of beef; Alesla Bauer, vice president of sheep; Ryan Miller, vice president of swine. The topic, ways to help the community, was mentioned. Members will again do the Achievement Day cake walk. A picnic is planned for Wed- nesday, May 27 at 6:30 p.m., in the community park. Registration forms were handed out. The news reporter will he elected at a later date. Cost-share funds sign up May 1-29 Sign up for Kansas con- servation cost-share funds will he conducted at the Jewell County Conservation District Thursday, April 16, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Alfred Hobson dies at Oklahoma City Alfred Leverett Hobson, 75, died at his home at Oklahoma City April 6. Services were April 9 at the Halm-Cook-Street & Draper Chapel. Burial was in the Rose Hill Cemetery. Hobson was born Jan. 1, 1917, to Leverett and Lillian Hobson at Hill City, Karl. He graduated from Republic High School and at- tended Kansas State University. He was married to Helen A. Dane), at Oklahoma City Jan. 4, 1942. After serving in World War II, he returned to Oklahoma City where he was in private business until his retirement. He was amember of the United Methodist Church, the Guthrie Consistory and a 32nd Degree Mason. He is survived by bis wife, a son, Ronald, Oklahoma City; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Sehinal- bach (Linda), Tulsa; grandchil- dren, Scott and Erin Hobson and Eric and Brian Schmalbach; a sister, Vesta Sankey; and a brother, Larry Hobson. He was preceded Formoso library National Library Week was observed at Formoso Library Wednesday. A video, "Ken- nedy's Ireland," was shown. auary Jane Isaacson won the It prize and Joy Jensen, Danny Vallier and Kristy Jensen won the children's [rizes. Roberta Reed will have a stamp meeting in the library May 20, 4-5 p.m. May Highlights, a children's magazine, came last week. Velma Cline, librarian, and Corinne Tuttle, trustee, st- tended a storytelling workshop April 1 at Sylvan Grove. Betsy McWilliams was in charge. She is a professional storyteller and has traveled to more than 40 countries to collect material for her program, called Destinations-Stories and Songs That Take you Places. Me- Williams is currently collecting stories that present Spanish legacy on American culture, timed for the 500th com- memoration of Columbus' arrival in Americs. Margaret Gordanier is April artist of the month. Her display ment in 1988. The Dittmers moved to Hebron in 1990. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, having joined May 21, 1961. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Hollis. He is survived by his wife, a son, Dudley, Hebron; a daughter, Mrs. Steve Higel (Becky), Belvidere; a brother, Melvin, Bruning; three grandchildren, Todd Higel, Brad Dittmer and Mrs. Dustin Zabokrtsky (Kristy); and one great-granddaughter, Shayla Zabokrtsky. Price Funeral Home, Hebron, was in charge of arrangements. Death claims Orval Patterson Orval Wilson Patterson died April 8 at the Good Samaritan Center, Superior. He was 93. The funeral was Saturday at the Williams Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Kenneth Fair- brother officiating. Burial was in the Evergreen Cemetery. Patterson was one of 13 chil- dren born to William and Sadie Ferguson Patterson. He was born Jan. 18, 1899, on a farm southeast of Webher near where Lovewell Dam is located. When he was very young, the family moved to Nebraska. He started school at Hastings and later attended Doniphan schools. When he was in third grade, the family returned to Kansas. He graduated from the eighth grade at Hurley school near Republic. After working as a hired hand in Iowa, Nebra,_ka and Kansas, he began farming on his own in 1924. Hc was united in marriage to Lillie Mac Andrcasen June 23, 1923. To this union three chiidren were born. Lillie died Jan. 10, 1938. He was married to Rose Mac White Thayer on March 2, 1953. She died April 22, 1988. Patterson became a county commissioner and served for eight years prior to his retirement from farming in 1962. He moved to Supenor in 1964. He became a member of the United Methodist Church July 23, 1972. Failing health forced him to move to the Good Samaritan Center Feb. 26, 1984. He was preceded in death by his parents, both wives, three in- faro sisters, Dessie, Cora and Mary and Little Snyder, Elsie Wilcox and Sylvia Wyatt; three brothers, Roscoe, Dale and George; three step-children, Wayne Thayer, Darrell Thayer and Jerry Thayer and one grandchild, Timothy Pat- terson. Suvivors include two daugh- ters Mrs. Wylie Blair (Evelyn), Superior; Mrs. Alan Frerichs (Betty), Vacaville, Calif.; a son, Roy, Cambridge; step-daughters, Mrs. Everett Bariknecht (Nila), Nelson; Mrs. John Adams (Wands), Superior, Elaine Briggs, Plainwell, Mich.; Muriel Ray, Al- Office May 1 through May 29. in death by his parents and a The funds will be available this brother, Wyman. summer after wheat harvest. The past two years, Jewell County land owners has received more than $100 thousand from the state for building terraces, waterways and diversions. The office at 112 N. Com- mercial, Mankato, is open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and closed 12:00-12:30 for lunch. Wilda Ferre'e dies at Geneva Wilda Amanda Weaver Fer- re'e, 90, died April 5 at Heritage Service tomorrow for Veda Mae Shaw Veda Mac Shaw, 66, Guide Rock, died Sunday at the Bethesda Care Center, Blue Hill. Services are tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, Guide Rock, with the Rev. Marvin Palmer and the Rev. Peter Friberg officiating. Burial will be in the Guide Rock Cemetery. Mrs. Shaw was born May 2, 1925, at Guide Rock and gradu- ated from Guide Rock High School in 1943. of Geneva. She was united in marriage to The funeral was April 8 at the Daniel Thomas Shaw at Adams United Melodist Church, Day- March 12, 1949. They made their enport, with Pastor Ted Uhlig home at Guide Rock. officiating. Burial was in the She worked as anurse's aide at Davenport City Cemetery. Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls Mrs. Ferre'e was born April County Hospital, was a secretary 11, 1901, at Davenport. She at- the Guide Rock State Bank and a tended Lincoln Grade School, secretary-clerk with the Webster Capital School and graduated from County Welfare Office. Lincoln High School in 1920. In ShewasamemberoftheUnited 1923 she graduated from the Uni- Methodist Church and taught versity of Nebraska, Lincoln. Sunday school. She was past- During her collegecareer,she president of the Guide Rock taught piano and dramatic art and American Legion Auxiliary and a played the piano for the silent member of the W.C. Club. movies in the former Lyric Thca- Surviving are her husband, one ter. Her musical talents were a daughter, ColleenShaw, Hastings; part of the second program ever five sons, Gary, Raleigh, N.C., broadcast from KFAB, Omaha. Jcrry, BlueHill,Eugene, Hastings, and Jimmy and Keith, Guide Rock; She did post graduate work at and 14 grandchildren. the Northwestern School of Speech, Evanston, Ill. From 1923 to 1933, with the exception of Fornl[el- Deweese three years, she served as head of the dramatic and speech depart- resident dies ment at Athens College, Athens, Former Deweese resident, Ala. She was a radio broadcaster Louis R. Cecava, 59, Lincoln, for KTBS, Shreveport, La., and worked at WLS radio at Chicago as a director. During the same pe- riod, she was extensively involved in Chautauqua, often charged with the lead role. She was united in marriage to O. Thomas Ferre'e on Aug. 16, 1942. Because of travel restric- tions imposed by the outbreak of World War II, she returned to school at LaSalle University, Chicago, to study accounting. After finishing her studies, she worked in Chicago as a public accounted for I0 years while her husband continued in broadcast- ing at WLS. The couple moved to Lincoln in 1952 where she continued her career in public accounting for more than 20 years. In 1973 she and her husband returned to dav- enport where she resided until her health required she move to the nursing home. died Thursday, April 2, at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Lincoln. Rosary was Sunday evening at Butheras-Moser and Love Funeral Home, Lincoln. Ser- vices were Monday, April 0 at St. John's Catholic Church, Lincoln, with Father John Glaves officiating. Burial was at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Cecava was born near Deweese Aug. 19, 19;]2, and graduated from Lawrence High School in 1949. He taught school in the Lincoln Public Schools and was a postal service em- ployee. Cecava was an army veteran and a member of St. John's Catholic church, American Legion Post 3 and Kingsmen. Survivors are his wife, Mary Ann; three sons, Steven, Bloomington, Ill., Gregory and Brian, both of Lincoln; three daughters, Anne Fleck, Karen She was a member of the Na- Hardesty and Catherine. all of tional Society of Public Account- Lincoln; two grandchildren; ants, DUV, Daughter of Veterans two brothers, Victor, Elsie, and of Civil War Auxiliary, Nebraska Historical Society, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Omega Upsilon Honor- ary Professional Dramatic Soror- ity, Actors Equity Association, Lincoln Matinee Musical, Musi- cians Union and the Lincoln Music Teachers Association. Ernest, York; and sisters, Mary Steck, Friend, Olga Themesch, Garden Plain, Kan., Lilllan Leonard, Storm Lake, Iowa, Rose Wanek, Omaha, and Frances Hubl, Lawrence. consists of a mop basket, a little girl's decorated straw hat, and earring holder made from plastic canvas and a cross- stitched wall hanging. She is married to Troy Gordanier. They are former California residents. Recycling contest in Jewe11 County The Jewell County Home Economics Program Development Committee met at the courthouse meeting room last Monday. Reports on the progress of securing collection sites within Jewell County communities were made. Thelma Beam stated that use of Esbon's old post office will be available in July upon com- pletion of the new post office. A tentative site may be set until then.'Deb Warne has contacted George Jensen regarding the use of an old service station as a colletion site for Mankato. Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club has indicated a collection site has been set for Webber. Ad- ditionai contacts are needed for Randall, Jewell, Burr Oak and Ionia. The committee discussed the recycling contests currently being promoted within the county. The three categories open for everyone'Ik par- ticipation are Collect All You Can, select a recyclable item and collect; Adopt-A- Project, select a task that will improve the environment and do it; Create a Slogan or Logo that will capture the recycling spirit. The boundaries for par- ticipation' are those of the commissioner districts with home economics PDC members and commissioners as team captains. Nadine Balch, Mrs. Warne and John Ross are coaching everyone residing in Grant, Washington, Center and Limestone townships; Lori Waugh, Mrs. Beam and Chuck Fogo are team captains for everyone in Zsbon, Whitemound, Burr Oak, Holmwood, Richland, Sinclair, Jackson, Montana, Harrison, Walnut and Highland town- ships. Residents of Allen, Prairie, Brownscreek, Athens, Erving, Odessa, Ionia, Calvin, Buffalo and Vicksburg are team members of Janice Henningsen, Marilyn Joerg and Gene Barrett. Winning entries in each district will receive T-shirts printed with the winning slogan or logo and each county winning category will be awarded a $50 savings bond. The committee will meet May 4 at 7 p.m., to assist in selecting the winners from all entries. This project is for classes, clubs, organizations and individuals. lianco, Ohio; two step-sons, Max Thayer, Republic, and Verle Thayer, Alliance, Ohio; three sis- ters, Hazel Rasmussen and Laura Cury, both of Beloit' and Opal Earl, Sunset' Utah; six grandchil- dren and step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. She is survived by a step-son, Oscar T. Ferre'e Jr., Altamonte Springs, Fla. Urbauer Funeral Home, Dav- enport, was in charge of arrange- ments. 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