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~e O Year, No. 16 Price 35 i _ _ i, ill ii i ISSN 0740-0969 @ 1993 Superior Publishing Company, Inc. AH Rights Reserved Superior, Nebraska 68978 u i i iiii National Edition 22 Pages in Two Sections III I I~1 I[ J[~_ II _ --= Thursday, April 22, 1993 m i~i ~ ~:iii i ii, i~ ' ~,~ii~I~/~ili! i,i~!ii~ii i ~:!~iill i i!~ii~i,' ~ i~!~ii!~!iiii~ i'i~ :, ~:i / I :!i Area residents are hoping for a warm, dry day when Superiorhosts the annual Community Garage Sale, this Saturday. Garage sales have been sched- uled at more than 58 residential locations. Plus this year the busi- ness community has joined into the sales spirit. A number of business firms will also be sponsoring garage sales. If the weather permits, a number of the businesses plan to display their "garage sale" items in front of their stores. Others will offer the sale merchandise inside their stores. This issue of The Express in- cludes a map of Superior and de- scriptions ofthemany items which will be offered at the garage sales. A second community-wide garage sale is tentatively planned for Aug. 14. In this issue of The Superior Tbe law stipulates the assess- Express Diane Collins, Nuckolls mentschedulesmustbecompleted County Assessor, reminds the each year before May l . No provi- owners of the personal property sion is provided for extensions. A located in Nuckolls County of the penalty is provided for those who need to apply with the current fail to complete the form by the property assessment law. deadline. Though the property owners With many county residents have had since Jan. 1 to complete weeks behind in spring field work, assessment forms, a majority of Mrs. Collins is asking them to not the property owners have not done put offvisiting her office and corn- so. pleting the forms. People gathered in the center of the muzzleloaders camp near Web- to witness the wedding of a young man and woman from the rn 64 Primitive cam s were itched on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Ed -. P P U le loading enthusiasts from a multi-state area gathered for a ren- Amy Ward A majority of the primitive thoughtitwouldmakeforamemo- in a campers had adopted the Indians' rable wedding setting. s watched. ; as muzzle for a in this Is annual Kansas Loaders the more than teepee design. With fires burning .Tile campers engaged in nu- in the center of the teepees the merous games and contests, prac- campers said evening tempera- riced their shooting skills, shared tures in the 30s were no problem, food cooked over open camp fires Visitors noticed chimneys com- and shared stories. ing from the many of the more For most the camp-out ap- traditional tents, peared to be a family experience. Thewhitecanvastentsandtee- Many of the participants were pees made for quite an attraction dressed in homemade buckskin in a pasture along the Santa Fe clothing. railroad south of Webber.The rendezvous was said to be Original plans called for the thelargestever heldbythegroup. camp to be located at the Boy A record number of traders were Scout area along the south shore also present selling and trading of Lovewell Lake. However, it goods needed by the campers. was feared additional rain would Campers came from several have made that area inaccessible by even four-wheel drive vehicles. The newlyweds said they en- joyed the rendezvous lifestyle and states in addition to Kansas and Nebraska. Among the attractions was a Mack powder cannon which fired howling balls. The rendezvous was hosted by the local black powder club. dezvous. It was the largest campout held by the: Kansas and Nebraska association. The campout ran Friday throu Sunday and drew considerable interest. Truck overturns near . Lawrence High School Ed and Terri VanMeter provided a sheep pasture for the muzzleloaders rendezvous. They and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hutchinson coordinated the campout. Most participants dressed in clothing styles popular in the 1850s. Surplus food still It has been a bad week for Nu- left the road and overturned near ckolls County drivers. In recent the Lawrence High School. days the sheriff's department has In Nelson Tuesday morning, a been called to investigate four ae- 1979 Ford van, driven by Debra cidents. Troudt, collided with a parked Friday afternoon about 4:25 1984 Ford picloap owaaed by Dale Connie J. Hylton, Geneva was and Marcella UlmTlacher. Troudt soulh bound onHighway 14, waa. Itt from a milesnorthofNels0nwhenadeer parking Of the ran into the path of her car. The accident. 1986 Ford she was driving struck At about the sarnc time, a 1975 and killed the deer. Buick, driven by Robert Lowery, Sundaynightat 10:33,Michael Oak, and a 1976 Dodge pickup, Hofstetter. Lawrence, tid he fell driven by L~vonn Peterson, Oak, asleep as the 1980 Chevrolet collided. Lowery was attempting pickup he was driving rounded a toback froman Oakparking space curve on Highway 4. The vehicle when the accident happened. Fifty-seven people attended the ing attitude. He said the first order community unity meeting sport- of business to achieve this"grow- sored Monday evening by the ing attitude in each instance was a Guide Rock Area Development concerted effort by the commu- group (GRAD). The meeting was nity tocleanup the town andrnakc held in the Guide Rock school it an attractive place to live and gymnasium, visit. He told of ways to create Guest speaker was Ed Nelson, newbusiness,obtainventurecapi- retired president of Chadron State tal and add to the localpopulation. College and a community devel- Nelson said the senior cit opmentexpert.Sinceretiringfrom and the young people must be the college, Nelson has been trav- willing to work and grow together ....... available at Nelson cling the state attempting to moti- if a community is to be a growing ' v, ate small, rural communities to community, a Husker Red penstemon with Following the recent surplus decide on a continuing future." He encouraged the dcvelop- whiteflowersratherthanpinkones commodities distribution con- Those present for the Guide Rock ment of a community vision plan stemsand for commerical distribution. SouthWardelementaryschool wear while working in their cho. Some parents noted special ductedinNuckollsCounty, anum- meeting Nelson helped them anda "Co,n2munity Attitude for berof Husker Red grows in clumps celebrated the Week of theYoung sen career. South Ward teachers careers they have chosen in order berofitemsre'mainc'dfordistribu- discover, ' Our town has a future. OurFuture, :: iety, about one foot tall and one and a Child April 12-16 with several notedmanystudentscanmdressed tohavefamilies. Each tmrem was don. It is up to us, if that future is to go At the next meeting oftt red- half feet across. When in bloom, special eye, its. Tt:e nation wide intheclothestheirparentswearto introdu by their cl d.. Scialservicesreprc 9ntatives on or to die.' GRAD committee, which is al, so 3 inch spikes of white flowers themefor this year's Week of the work. Friday s activity was a talent report that representatives of eli- Nelson assured those meeting plannedforT:30Mon yev ng on, a spring from the foliage, whichis Young Ckild was "The Fumre In Paren came lo school to talk showpresentedbytl pupils.Stu- gible homes who missed the ear- in Guide Rock that "No town has at the Guide Rock State Bank, ruby red in the cool weather of Our Hands. South Ward teach- about their careers on Thursday. detus performing in the talent lier distribution may still claim to die." members plan to begin develop- ' said Parentsdiscussedthelredueation were Lisa Moody, singing; L .i the commodities by visiting the Nelson helped those attending ingtheplanssuggestedbyNelson, mer, the foliage turns dark redish- reersandcareerawarenessduring andjob duties and later took ques- Gunn, magic; GinaEdwards, pt- agency's Nelson office on either the meeting understand what a Nelson will return to Guide wilds spring and fall. In the heat of sum- ers decided to emphize future ca- green, the week long event. TheWeekof tions from the audience. Ques- and; Kendra Neilson, rexifing; Tuesday or Thursday between the communityis. Hesaid, acommu- Rock for a second town hall meet. The penstemon grows well the Young Child is SlXmsored by dons like how much money do Landon Woernor, magic; Jared hours of 8and 12a.m.and 1 and5 nitydoesnotliewiththecorpomte ing on Monday, May 17. The under a wide range of conditions, the National Association for the you make and how many people Mitchell, science experiment; p.m. limits of the town. The comrnu- meeting will again be held in the from dry to wet soil and in sun- Education of Young Children. work with you were common. (Continued from Page ttA nity is the town and the surround- gym. AllcommunJty identsand a lightand partial shade, Lindgren Tuesday, children discussed Wins MISs Teen ing area."He said the community othersinterestedhatheprocessar said. types of jobs they would like to was well represented at the meet- encouraged to attend. Lindgren recommends grow- have. The pupils had the oPIX:n'tu- Taye Hanson, Oak, daughter hag and indicated this was indica- hag Husker Red penstemons from laity to choose a picture from a of Alfredand Janell Hanson, won five of the community's future. " cuttings, not from seeds, toassure computer file of a eareer and make the Miss Teen Nebraska Tide at Those present represented ag- theplant'soriginalcharacteristics a color poster print of it, Other Ogallala, Saturday. ricuiture; local businesses, stu- are maintained, activities included drawing pie- Though not an official era- As pharmacy director, dents, teachers, the retired, Nanl Superior Some commercial companies turesofiobsandwritin stories, f wea er"'") have grown it fromseed, he said, Eachclasm'oommadeagFantques- ployee of Brodstone Memorial Kea'mo is offieiall.y an era- th churches, the school board, vil- Nuckolls County Hospital, Terry pioyee oz t,m/en _eaimca .., me lage board and nearly every com- AWlII' but the red foliage may not be as tion mark with names of each stu- Kermoade been selected as company mat contracts wire meEd Groves, 0bse er mumty organization. Thamostrecontreciplerttsof intense and the flowers may be dent and the career each child the hospital s employee of the hospital for pharmacy .s, rvices. Nelsonsharedwaysothersmall the S.T.A.R.T. Superior Perso l muddied by a pinkish color, hoped they would do in the future,ouarter : lnose nominating hermoaoe Temperature towns had moved from a despair- AwardsareKonnethHurd, nomi. _ Except for its red foliage, DressupdaywasheldWednes- said, "He is one of a group of I-Iigh for week ...................... 75 ingattimdetoapositiveandgrow, nated by the Superior Liom Club Husker Red has the same charac- day. Students were encouraged to lm3fessionals dedi to excel- Low for week ....................... 31 and Reformed Presbyterian teristics as other members of the come to school dressed in a coS- lence in health care services.PrecipitationTroudts buy Church, and Louise Heriderso penstemon digitalis species, tume similiar to one they would Quality and inmgrity exprms the Total this week .................. 0.53 Sherryl Zoltenlm, Lois Sulli ..y&u, goals he mainmim throughout the Total this month ............. L.2.41 Nelson care SteveWright, Sam Baird. Catfita pharmacy department and whet- To date in 1993 ................. 8.33 trouey, open nouse r urs To date in 1992 ............... ,.6.54 Steve and Deb Troudt are the Price and Bob and Ruth Nomn, hand. rte works and commtmi- Total snowfall ................... 44.6 new owners of AJ.'s Drive'In, nominated by the Chamber of stey Victorian celebrations Normalfor April ............... 2.19 Nelson. effective May 1. Janell CommerceTo smCommhtee, medical staff and other depart- Normal to May 1 ............... 5.10Hanson, owner for the past four merits to solveor avoidprobletm. Kenneth llansen, observer years said, "I appreciate the dedi- ( ....... His- He is indeed a nv.mendous to Ruskin .................................. 52 cation of our customers and have Merlin Luben, observerenjoyed our time here. Everything L will stay the same, I want to con- ft e l.ady Vestey Parade planned Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moody on 2 p.m. Saturday. The trolley Friday, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Heels .will operate Friday through Mon- on Sat d t. 7, Mr. and Mrs, Ed- Oay. fours will begin 11:30 ward Meekins on Sunday and Dr. aan.Friday, Sunday and Monday andMrs.TimothyBlechaonMon- mad at I0 Saturday. day. Wine and cheese tours will be held at 5:30 and again at 7 p.m. These four honms will also be each day. The wine and ch se open for tours on designated festi- tmu's will be hold at the homes of val days and times. our hospital." Kermoade and his wife, Oak .................................... 90 Olenda, livein Superior with their Larry Glllett, ebserver centrate more on our farming op- Derel KyleaudTyle . BurrOak.; ........... , ..... ; ........... 66 eration." 1993 A resident of Superior for eight Ralph Herz, observer Mrs. Trondt will continue as Com. years, he is a graduate of the Uni- Lawrence .............................. 67 Nelson school secretary. Mr. Mile..., ......... . ........ ",3,52 vea-sity of Nebraska l aammcy Don Schlermeyer, observer Troudt has been wor,,Sng at a Clay Wheat ............. : ........ 3.25 schooL Guide Reek .......................... 63 Center lumberyard. Soybeans........ .........