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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thurulay, Al 'l122, 1993 i Tina Hurt -at the Nelson City i =i"ill r str u edAval 15,1993in Wesleyan honors i , ~ ~i I Auditorium Saturday evening. 'LJ " I ! Ilfl NO CE F SrA NT Stacy Ruttman Melba Lynch and Brenda Lynch attended the Rebekah OF INTENT TO DISSOLVE Staey Ruttman, Nelson was District meeting Friday at Supe- PUBLIC NOTICE THE one of eight students at Nob,as- : rior. ka Wesleyan University recently I• Selma Ferguson, C? ty. SUPERIOR INSURANCE '~ A belated surprise 50th birth- Clerk of Nuckolls t=ounty, e- A EN _ . G CY, INC. inititated into Kappa Delta Pi, an day celebration was held Satur- braska do hereby certify mac- BY .WRITI~N CONSENT international honorary society ~ for education majors. ~ Dave and Sherry Gebers and St- ¢ordance with Section 77-13145, OF TEIESHAREHOLDERS ,\ day evening in the home of R.R•S. of Nebm-~ka law 19 3, Notice is hereby eivert that To be eligible for member- [ I acia for Ron Hefts. Attending that 1 have received a e2alif- the midm~gned e~on has ship a student must have junior were the honored, Troy and ication, dated April 1, 1993, fil rti ed a Statement of Intent to standing, a cumulative grade Kathy Hefts and Reed, Nancy from the County Assessor oe - D' v • hum __ :- _ ..... msol e by Written Consent of point average of 3.25 (on a 4.0 Hefts, "Larry and Judy Mikkels- lying that ~e 1993 Assessment • P~r'rat~rv ....... Slmreholde~ wtth the .... , scale), membership in the on, Gale and Marie Mikkelsen, KOU is complete ana mat nonce of State of the State of Nebraska teacher education program, and Marlin and Avis Shaw, Los and of increases in valuation have to the effect that" tim manifestation of desirable Carol Wamcking, Dave and been mailed to the record own- 1 The name'of the corIxxa- personal habits and leadership g Dolma Lovewell and Mandy, Property Valuation Protests SURANCE AGENCY, INC., n t) Gary and Janice Tordrup, Jane Jonson and daughters, Darrell will accepted m the County whose address is 355 Central, 2nd graders legxn and Donna Jonson, Kenny and Clerk s office during regular Su, rior Neb 6897 Judy Corman, Leo and Jeanine business hours April 1, 1993 r£ anJ'address of about ag products Black_stone, Don and Helen Ge- through April 30, 1993, its otti ' and direc. ' f-uai ....... bers, Perry and RaJean Elting, The County Board o tat - Harold S M,,,~-~ I~P~ia,,,, o,a Second graders at Superior " -a 3 ................... and children, and Steve and ization wilt be in sessmn M y , Dirp~mr a~t~" ¢:n,,h lath ¢,,I,,, South School had several special 4"and 5, 1993. If necessary, ad- .... teachers last Wednesday when Cheryl Fintel. Lunch was served ..... t ..................... later in the evening. ditional date w~|t be se ,-,;d ~,, ~ ..... ,r,.. members of the Superior FFA ,, .,,~ D.-. C. Myers, ,.,,.~tmy-,~rat- Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer Signed April lv, lvv~ ir~rttw ann Nn,.th Chapter conducted a class• The • surer and D .............. attended the benefit supper Sun- Seln3a Fer~uson ..... Commercial, Weeping Water, agricultural construction stu- _day for the Pastor Knief family, r~uc~ons tcounty utem Neb 68463, who are to manage dents cooperated with the sec- Ruskin, at the Ruskin commu- end grade staff to present a pro- nity Center. l.,ormie and June , lc the corporate affairs and distrib- ....... . ute its assets. Upon tl~ distribu- gram "Food For America," Jones and family also attended First Published Aptit 22, 1993 in lion of assets, there shall be no about Nebraska Ag products. ~ th~ The Superior~xpress further assets or liabilities of the "Food for America' is de- : NOTICE, corporation, signed to improve leadership In the County Court of Nuck- 3. The Statement of Intent to abilities in FFA members while ells County, Nebraska. Dissolve the Corporation was communicating the story of modem agriculture to elementa- Estate of }~e.,tt A. Wash- filed with the Secretary of State ry school children. Second grade By Joan Hohm ington, Dece.ased. " of Nebraska on April 8, 1993, teachers Sue Rose, Peggy A1- Estate No. 5526.and with the county Clerk of drup and Carol Mellot. Wec.kend guests of LeRoy Notice is hereby given that Nuckolls County, Nebraska, on and Ann Kile were Junior Kile on April 16, 1993, in the County April 9, 1993. Chapter members, Curt Iliff and Germ Kmeger, Hastings, Court of Nuckolls County, No- 4. All debts, obligations and and Kent Kirchhoff, served as Jerry Kilo, Smith Center, and braska, the Reigstrar issued a liabilities of the corporation discusion leaders• The students Scott and LeAnn Schacht, Fair- written statement Of Informal have been paid and discharged then divided into small groups, bury. Joining this group Sunday Probate Of tim Will~ said De- or adequate provision has been Decn Tipton and Shelly Laluk were Gene Kilo and Ellen Robb, cedent and tlaat'Margaret J. made therefor, visited with the children about Washington Jo~es whose ad- 5. All remaining property and agronomy. They treated the stu- Guide Rock, and Ethel Farrer~ Smith Center, The birthdays of dents to popcorn donated by Scott, Junior and Gone were col- dress is 1901 Dayt¢fft Rd. No. assets of the corporation have NC+ Hybrids. Brandon Jones 55, Chloe, £Mlifornia 65928, been distributed to the share- ebrated. They also celebrated the was informally appointed by the homers. ** and Monte Kirchhoff brought a birth of Lauren Angela Root, Registrar as Pers~ Represen- 6. Ther~ are no suits pending cow-calf pair to school for the daughter of Kevin mad Amy To,- students. Stacey Jensen covered wort Root, Emporia. tafive of the ¢t~ate, ~ i against the corporation in any a unit on poultry. Creditors 6f this ~estate must court. The Guide Rock Cemetery file their claims with this Court 7. Harold S. Myers, Presi- Association has received a me- on or before June 22, 1993 or be dent, has acted to carry out _tl],¢ tttck--obttumT morial for Anna Kiehl from forever barred, distribution of the corporation s Scott and Sherri Baxter. (Seal) JolmA:Wheeland assets and the provisions for the Roy T• Quick, 91, died April 3 Weekend guests of Janet Clerk of the County Court dissolution of the corporation, at Wesley Medical Center, Crary were Douglas Crary, Ken- Downing and Alexander 8. The shareho|ders have Wichita. Services were Tuesday, Attorneys at Law freely and voluntarily signed a April 6, at the Friends Church, san City, Megan and Sarah Hutchinson, with the Rev. Gary Crary and Neeley Pearson, P. O. Box 185 Consent to Dissolution of said Omaha. Superior, Neb. corporation. D. Getting presiding. Burial was Mrs. Russell Yung recently 5-6-16-3c THE SUPERIOR at the Haviland Cemetery, returned after visiting in Cler- Haviland. INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. He was born Sept. 18, 1901, at mont, Fla•, with Mr. and Mrs. ....... ,,.,,,~ r,,~ By: Mattson, Ricketts, Davies, Junior Liles and at Huntsville, r ttu~r.~o~r. ~Jo ~r .¢hawar~ and Calkin~ Formosa, the son of John and Julia SUPFRIORPUBLIC -'---:'-- . . TurnbyQuick.AHutchinsonresi- Ala., with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs a month. She went sight- ~., ..... ,~,,. 1401 FirsT~er Bank Building dent since 1950, he worked in the o~nu~,~o . Lincoln, Neb. 68508 seeing and was there during the The Board of Educauon of . o.,..:.,.~., e v..~,.,pro-released unit of the Kansas • By: storm of the century. School D stnct 011 met on -...rx ....... State Industrial Reformatory, re- . One ua ==,u Janet Crary attended the Monday, April 12, 1993 at 7"30 thi.~ "~lg! d,~v of 1~. tiring in 1968. , . • • Adop .......... . ____- American Baptist Women's p:m. m the H gh School L brary. comber......loo9 hv. ........... lh .. har .hald- Quickwasachartermemberof Superior March student el the months for sportsmanship are S,x members were present. The .... ~,.~, ...... ~,,,, the Friends Church and was active (back row. left to right) sixth graders, danel Fuller, Harmony Ministries Southern Union Con- meeting was duly advertised in ~,~ ,,, u,~,.,, .,~.. • Harold S~y~,~ with the Pioneer Senior Center, McKinney, Rudie Piper, Eric Frasier, Michael Hull, Randy McKinney ferenee in Hold,ego Sunday of- The Supertor Express• Pr~ident both at Hutchinson• and Jessica Kramp; (third row) fifth graders, Todd Kramp, James temoon. Mrs. Crsry is secretary The Board of education voted D~'id C M" ors He was united in marriage to Sheets, Joe Ha,well, Jamey Fuller, Tracy Ostdiek, Steph Amack of this group. to: - ~ y ' Anna Robine~teFeb, 15, 1922, at and Trisha Runyan; (second row) fourth graders, Joe Mohler, Joan Hoins accompanied At- Approve ~ minutes of tl~ "-"---7'" .-4-22-I~3e -. Lovewell.ShediedDec.29,1989. Andrew Bargen, l~iki Fuller, Lyle Avis, Nicole Bogue and Annie lone Anderson t~ Lincoln Satur- March8, 1993 meeting. Survivors include three sons, Thomsen;(frontrow)TuckerSibert, GrantMarr, Jonathan Borden, day. Mrs. Hoirm vialled her Approve the minutes of the~ Dallas, Portland, Ore., John Kris Heitman, Jessica Lemke and Travis Sloane. mother, Gladys Knigge, for the March 22, 1993 meeting. LI. ]D. ~omerlll~ll~r Harvey, Hutchinson, and Eldon, ~ weekend. Mrs. Anderson and Pay the payroll in the amount Th av Rantoul, I11.; two daughters, her daughter, Viekie of $182,865 34 and bills in the ----...- "-=--~ .. .... ..- 7--~. Ardath Avery, Hutchinsn, and Lincoln, went to Omaha to the • DougIaS L omernmoer,, , home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex amount of $133,304.63 ....... : .... Norma Mendenhall, of the home; v=,,)a ,r,,, ~,~o,,),, M~,, looa t.iranoislano, meatastMonoayat Anderson and sore. While in .......... b .... ~ .............. rand a sister, Leona Frahn, Caldwell, ..... 1""" t t.rranctsmeo tca t2mer, arm Omaha Mrs. Anderson attended meeting on May it, vw a )~,,,~ ~,,,~,;~,,,,,,,,,,,t~,,r~, Idaho; 20 grandchildren; 37 great- By MetaStiles Andrew Lanham, Elm Creek,a beauty convention. Mrs. 7:30p.n~v the award" of di~l~Tat" T~'mi'ty"~.u~'~'~'a'~'t2~a~t~h( grandchildren; seven step-great- Pat and Lora Shay, Trenton, went to Rapid City, S. D., for Anderson and Mrs. Holm re- . pp e . ling " Grandlsland, with the Rev James grandchildren; 13 great-great- p~omas to me some, c ass ........ "." grandchildren; and nine step- Me., were in Denver on business Easter with Kenny and Lorrie turned to Guide Rock Monday A...... , ~),o ,r~i~rtafi,~n ,,~f tcarrettoomctatmg.tmnaiwasat great-great-grandchildren,and enroute home stayed over- Lanham. they retumed home afternoon. • .... v, .--- ~,,,~a ..... night Saturday with Jerry and Monday. "" ri i Pc ......... We,$flawn Memortal Park Cem- Hazel Aberrmthy, Dolorea r~ st ters - "-- Is" d - i " " -endent Me etery, orano ion Madonna Snavely Linda Lynch, Taylor and I_akin. Sherry Gebers attended a Hubbard, Karen Prettyman, ~ppo nt ~m oe - ....... : " ..... ~ wi" SomerhalderwasbornDec 27, They got acquainted with their bridal shower for Lori Ohlrich, Phyllis Prettyman and Joan n|PKIll as I,ne A~rl~alls 111 . " .......... li f 1948, at Hastings He attended dies Monday new granddaughter before re- bride-to-be of Jerry Grove, at Hoins attended the all-day Rebe- t tsammies ACt comp once o - ~,.h,wt,~tf'..i~h~.~.t~orU.l~,.,..~ fi ........................ turning home Sunday. the home of Shareth Bruning kah District 28 meeting in Supe- c~. _ • Nebraska Technical College, Madonna Joan Radloff Don and Helen Gebers at- Wednesday evening• riorFriday. .......oo on record as supportmgl l-iastangs........ He was unlteO m mar- Snavely,59,diedMondayatMary tended a Legion and Auxiliary The card party group, Kovin me :~upenor t=ommumty le e- ,i ..... qr, .... ) o,,,~,.,r, ..... Lanning Memorial Hospital, Hast- supper last Monday at the and Carol Wulf, Dave and Sher- ~ members at , • " "Oil~" r =~,a~.. ~...., ~J.....~. ~..,~.~...t,~.,=~,t cornmunicala cente. April25, 1969, at York. He served hags. Services are Thursday (to- Ruskin Community Center. ry Gebers, Steve and Diane slmte conference Approve first reading of Poll- in the U.S. Navy from 1969-73. day) at 2 p.m. at Megrue-Price Murlene Schleufer and Lisa Gebers, Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf, cies4116 ldand 1312 10Amer-The--mov .............. . ~ y euto~r~umarmwnere Funeral Home Chapel, Superior, were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Steve and Dixie Bergen, Marlin Representatives of the Supe- ~can with Disabilities_ ct. . he owned arid operated Mobile" with the Revs. Arthur Taylor and Schluefer's parents, Mr. and _an__d Lisa Meyer and Troy and rior Future Homemakers Associ- Offer a breakfast program mr Mechanic. Billy Dunken officiating. Burial Mrs. Bryce Ray. Kathy Hefts had supper out Fri- at.ion Chapter joined more than studemts in grades 1(-6 .from He was a member of Trinity will be at Evergreen Cemetery. Vella Bauman and Randy day. 1,300 home economics students April 26, 1993 to erie ot this Luthe, an Church Srmvely, daughter of Violet visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cleo and Ruth Thayer were and advisers storewide to attend school year and to set meal price Survivors i~Ttc'l'ude his wife; a Cole Radloff Gaddis and Hal Melvin, Edgar, Thursday in Hastings on business• Enmute the FHA-HERO annual State at 50 cents for student and 75 son, Brian, Twentynine Palms, Gaddis, was born Sept. 22, 1933, evening, Mr. Melvin is Mrs. home they visited in the Wayne l.eaclership Conference in Lin- cents for adults. Calif.; and two daughters, Shelley at Smith Center. Her early child- Bauman's brother. Classeu home at Glenvil.coin. The meeting was declared ad- Schiley, Tampa, Fla., and Nicole hood was at Cedar. Shegraduated Dave and Sherry Gebets and Bill and Melba Lynch, Jerry "The Dream Is Still Alive" from high school in 1951 at Bird Stacia were Tuesday care supper and Linda Lynch, Taylor and was the theme for the three-day journed at 8:47 p.m. Some, holder, Grand Island. • City. Following graduation, she guests of Don and Helen Gebers Lakin and Brandon Lynch were meeting. This youth-planned ......... Tfrte' nrr! I I '11 moved to Superior and worked at to honor Dave for his birthday. Thurday supper guests of Jim conference included informa- R Hesteds. A Peteren family get-together mid Brenda Lynch to celebrrato tiqnal sessions, hands-on work- > She was employed at Lincoln was Sunday in the home of Bill and Melba s birthday, shbps, discussion sessions, and Telephone Company, Superior, Kevin and Carol Wulf, Jon and Saturday aftemoon Candace leadership and recognition working as a night operator, She Katrina for a belated Easter din- Chariot, Hastings, and Pat Jones event ..Attending from Superior Bookke=p na and Tax Service was united in marriage to Cliffordnor. Attending were Dave and and grandson, Joshua, were Sat- were Genelle Czirr, Catherine SnavelyAug• 1, 1954, at the First Karen Petersen, Paul and Merci urday afternoon visitors of Ehlers, Amy Jensen, Rachel Baptist Church, Superior. She Petersen and sons, Ruskin, and Melba Lynch to qbserve her Meyers, Amber Reiman and 3rd aod Bloom - P.O. BOX 424 worked at Leslie Cafe and Mark and Diane Petersen and birthday. Melysa Crowl. Slusber's Furniture Store. For the daughters, Lincoln. They also Sunday dinner guests of Don Tom Tufts, motivational con- 68978 .--- Phone: 402-879-4764 past 13 years she worked at the celebrated the eighth birthdays and Helen Gebers were Mr. and sultant, delivered the keynote 'ilyn Peterson s r o, lunch room• She of Krista Petersen and Jarod Pc- Mrs. Bill Roe, Courtland, and address. Other conference high- worked at Gas N Shop for a year. tersen. Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen ,lights included sessions on such Tax Consultant , Preceding her in death were Steve mid Diane Gebers and Bostwick. issues as physical abuse, cultural : ......... ,,,,, ="" ~" " " Jamie, Dave and Sherry Gebers Saturday evening visitors of diversity, peer pressure, gang vi- and Stacia and Tom and Kim Steve and Diane Gebers and olence, life after high school Crew Socks ................................. $1.(30 Men's Tube Socks ................................. ..$5.95 40-piece Combination Rachet Socket Set ......................... $10.98 Hack Saws .............................................................................. $4.50 i Paint Brushes ......................................................................... $1.00 Caulking Gun ........................................................................ $1.59 Super Nint~dq Cartridge ................................................. $24.00 Gamcboy ~r~d~: .......................................................... $12.50 Elect rolux.,...:,... L..:.. ;~ .......................................................... $34.95 Cassette Ta~ ..L:~ ...................................................... ,50¢ at Gold Fish .................... : ................................................. 50¢ at Tropical Fish ........... .~ .................................. ................ 50¢ at Old" 12-gauge Shotgup ........................................................ $ 64-oz. PineEleanaeK.,, ................ ............................................. Pennants ............................................................................... ~..99 Coins, Sports Cards, TOolS, Comics, Candy Sports Hats, Crock Pot WE PAWN LOANS I[ I [ H her moth~, and her son, Curtis Snavely. Survivors include herhusband; a son, Clinton; Smith Center;, a daughter, Mrs. Barney Freitag (Diana), Superior, step-father, Hal Gaddis, Kensington; five grand- children ate! threegreat-grandahil- dren. Gcbers and Seth took Don arid Jamie were Jeff and Syn Dee and' cult awareness. Leadership Helen Gebers out for supper Wulf, Dusty and Jesse, Guide sessions included a focus on Thursday to celebrate their anm- Rock. Dusty and Jesse were chapter promotion, leadership versm'y, ovemight guests, skills, chapter team building Easter weekend Earl and Pat Roger and Sue Williams, andconmRmieation skills. Lanham, Mike and Sharon Lan- Tyler, Lance and Sarah attended FI-IA-HERO members and ham and Melinda, Oxford, mad the wedding dance for Jeff and chapters were recognized at the awards session. , 4:30 p.m. Auction, Inc. Red Cloud, Neb. 68970 Entire Trailer Load of NEW Tack Come Early for Best Selection Selling all classes of tack and equipment. Horses sell in the order they are unloaded, To Cohsign early, call: Roy and Linda Montgomery 402-257-2335 Red Cloud Livestock Auction 402-746-2622 or 402-746-3823 Student Events for Achieve- ment and Recognition in Con- sumer Homemaking (SEARCH) provided the opportunity for del- egates to share their special skills and knowledge with others and to be recognized for their achievements. This year Cmaelle Czirr participated in the state SEARCH events. She received a gold medal for her presentation in the illustrated talk event. Other awards received by Superior's chapter delegates in- cluded the Red Rose Ompter in r=osniti of overall chapter student organization for home econ Mcs. There are approxi- mately 4,100 members in 162 chapters in Nebraska. e ik l - Our Bre td r Pkg. 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