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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS I ., I I,ll I I- PROCEEDINGS OF NUCKOLLS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS April 15. 1n2 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met on April 15, 1992 at the Nuckolls County Courthouse, Nelson, Nebraska as per recess of April 2, 1992. Roll call: Sullivan, Samsula and Pohlmeier present. Agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk's office and remitted to board members in advance of the meeting. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Samsula the minutes of the previous meeting be approved as presented. Sullivan, aye; Samsula, aye; Pohlmeier, aye. Motion carried. Animal Damage Control Officer Ron Fryda presented an informational slide presen- tation regarding the Animal Damage Control program. A bid letting, as pread- vertised, was held at 11:15 a.m. for the county road-bridge department purchase of structural steel. Bids were received from Big 'R' Mlg. & Dist. Co., Classen Fabrication, Inc., The Island Supply Co., Kaco Supplies, KttUy Pipe & Steel Supply, Midwest Service & Sales Co., Husker Steel and Oden Enterprises, Inc. Motion by Samsula, seconded by Pohlmeier to accept the low bid of $27,070.08 submitted by Husker Steel. Samsula, aye; Sullivan, and Pohlmeier, aye. Motion carried. A bid letting, as pread- vertised, was held at II :40 a.m., for the county road-bridge department purchase of steel culverts and bands. Bids were received from Ace-Eaton Metals, Big 'R' Mfg. & Dist., Inc., Kaco Supplies, Metal Culverts, Inc., Midwest Service & Sales Co. and Oden En- terprises, Inc. Motion by Pohlmeier, seconded by Samsula to accept the low bid of $18,955.36 submitted by Oden Enterprises, Inc. Samsula, aye; Sullivan, aye; Pohlmeier, aye. Motion carried. Following discussion, a motion was made by Pohlmeier, seconded bY Samsula to approve payment of $750. on the $1,500. indigent funeral claim submitted by Donlyn Drohman behalf the estate of Daniel Drohman, deceased. Pohlmeier, aye; Samsula, aye; Sullivan, nay. Motion carried. Region 13 Civil Defense Coordinator Leo Zadina and Deputy County Sheriff Scott Stemper met with the board in regard to passing a resolution authorizing the county treasurer to establish a fund to receive emergency 911 telephone service funds. The County Attorney, County Treasurer and Nelson City Attorney were also present. The following resolution was ap- proved and passed. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY Thursday, April 23, 1992 ' Olive Genung dies  family, Lynn Sorensen, Har- TREASURER TO vard, Larry Sorensen and ESTABLISH SEPARATE at Hastings  Jennifer and Allen Bennetzen, FUND TO RECEIVE OliveHarriciGenung, 82, died Grand Island. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- EMERGENCY 911 FUNDS April 16 at Mary Lanning Hospi- nold Hansen last Week were WHEREAS, various tal, Hastings. governing bodies in Nuckolls Services were Monday at the BE IT RESOLVED that the Nuckolls County Treasurer he authorized and directed to establish a separate fund, to he designated as the 911 Com- manication Center Fund, to receive monies for the support of emergency 911 service Passed and approved this 15th day of 'April, 1992. Joe Sullivan " Don Pohlmeier Robert Samsula Nuckolls County Board of CommLsioners ATTET: Selma Ferguson County Clerk The following claims were allowed: General Salaries, employees' salaries Karen Happ, witness fee James Marr, County Sheriff, subpoena expense David L. Pedersen, witness fee Curtis Prettyman, witness fee 26.24 Smith's care jury meals 30.45 James A. Sumpter, witnessfee 26.24 Jury, jury exp. 1143.36 Road Salaries, employees salaries Civil Defense Salary, employee's salary Weed District Salary, employee's By Mrs. Ronaid Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church, County desire to participate in Oak Community Church with Pastor Richard Buchholz. an emergency 911 com- PastorDaleBussingerofficiating. Thursday, April 23, Women of munication system; and WHEREAS, telephone Burial was in the Edgar Ceme- the ELCAgeneral meeting, 7 companies servicing sub- tery. p.m. Sunday, April 26, Sunday Mrs. Genung, one of six chil- school, 9:30 am., worship, 10:30 seribers residing in Nuekolls dren born to William and Edith a.m. County may he authorized by Gardine,wasbornatOvertonJuly St. Mark's Lutheran Church, the said governing bodies to 5, 1909. She live her girlhood Pastor Daniel Knief. Sunday, collect asurchargetohelp pay days at Overton, Bradshaw, Ocon- April 26, worship, 9 a.m., for the emergency 911 eom- oto, Kearney and Gibbon. She Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. munication system; and attended Keamey State College. Ruskin Public Library hours, W H E R E A S, g r a n t s, She was married on July 29, Saturdays, 9-11 a.m., Tuesdays, donations and other monies 1931, to Arthur Genong at Get- 2-5 p.m., Karen Petersen, may he given from time to time ing. To this union four children librarian. to the said emergency 911 were born. They lived most of Ruskin Woman's Club will communication system; and, their life in the Nelson and Oak sponsor a mother-daughter WHEREAS, a separate fund arca. They had three businesses in event, Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m., is desirable and necsesary to Oak after he left the Standard Pipe Bethany Fellowship Hall. receive funds to support said Line Company in 1943. emergency 911 communication She moved to Gibbon in 1970 Services for Clinton system, now, therefore, and lived there until 1990 when she moved to the Good Samaritan Crary Wednesday Equalization. Joe Sullivan, Chairman By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk Village, Hastings. Preceding her in death were her husband, one sister, three brothers and her parents. Survi- vors include two daughters, Mrs. Robert Samsula (Mary Gwen), Oak, Mrs. Charles Mumma (Jean- ett), Grand Island; two sons, David Eugene, Superior, and Russell Allen, Juniata; eight grandchil- dren, Bobbie Skinner, Nelson, Barbara Samsula, Hastings, Mrs. Kim Deyo (Nita Kim), Olenvale, Ariz., Troy, Superior, Darren, Phoenix, Brian, Eureka, Calif., David, Warren A.F. Base, Chey- enne, Wyo.; and Linda Genung, Juniata; six great-grandchildren, Clinton H. Crary, 77, Guide Rock, died April 19 at Bryan Memorial Hospital Lincoln. The funeral was Wednesday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Cindi Lane Prather officiat- ing. Burial was in the Guide Rock Cemetery. Crary was born Aug. 24, 1914, at Guide Rock and attended Guide Rock schools before beginning his farming career. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II in the Pacific Theater.of Operations. He returned to Guide Rock following his discharge and worked as a farmer and stockman. Mike, M ay Joann and Haley, He was united in marriage to Skinner, Kleth and Jarod Deyo Janet Lee Sherwood Nov. 29, and Joshua Samsula; and one 1963. To this union one son was 15,195.18 brother, Floyd, Whittier, Calif. The Urbauer-Price Funeral 26.24 Home, Davenport, was in charge of arrangements. 75. Burr Oak resident 28.64 dies at Superior Samuel Curtis Partridge, 56, died April 15 at Brodstone Me- morial Nuckolls County Hospital. Services were held Saturday at the Kramer Funeral Home Chapel, Mankato, with Pastor Lester Snyder officiating. Burial service bom. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, a charter member of the Guide Rock Lions Club, life member of VFW Post No. 10755 and American Legion Post No. 278. Survivors include his wife, son, Douglas, Kansas City; a brother, William, Minden; and threegrand- children. Former Ionia resident dies in Arkansas Glenn O. Marietta, 86, died withmilitaryhonorsbyVFWPost April 4 at the Siloam Springs No. 7830, Mankato, was in the Memorial Hospital, Siloam 30,494.80 .Washington Cemetery, Republic. Springs, Ark. Mr. Patridge was born July 19, Graveside services were April 1935, at Calhoun Falls, S.C., to 9, at Mount Hope Cemetery, 1,460.00 Curtis Chester and Elizabeth Mankato, with Pastor Carroll Wideman Partridge. Everist officiating. He served in the United States Mr. Marietta was born May 2, salary 1,385.00 Air Force from August 1952 to 1905, near lonia to Alhen W. and Medical & Relief " August31, 1972, and attained the Bertha T. Marietta. He attended Lincoln Telephone Co., rank of staff sergeant. He had four grade and high school at Ionia, ctiemtmvvices 20.38 tours of dUty inViemam. Afterhe graduating with theclass of 1924. Mrs. Loren Jordan, was discharged, he became an He was married to Constance client services 175.00 electrician and was employed by Russell on July 14, 1928, at Ahrendts Funeral Home Dubuque Packing Company, Maakato.Tothisuniononedaugh- Assn., county Mankato. ter Was born. burial 750.00 He married Roberta Shadduck The family lived in the Ionia Board recessed until May 1, 4 May 15, 1972, at Las Vegas. areaforafewyearsfarming.Later and 5, 1992 at which time they HewasamemberofVFWPost they moved to rural Mankato. will serve as the Board of No. 7830, Mankato, Air Force He was married to Stella Kelly Sergeants Association, National in 1961. They moved the same Rifleman Association, ABC year to Hiwasse, Ark. He contin- Bowling League and the A.A.R.P. ued farming, ran a dairy for a few He was preceded in death by , years and raised beef cattle until his father. He is survived by his he was forced to retire in 1972 wife, two daughters, Carla Jean because of failing health. At that time they moved to a smaller farm. Partridge, Burr Oak, and Mrs. Jack Ricketts (T'ma Marie), Charlotte, N.C.; three sons, Robert Edward, Burr Oak, Samuel Curtis II, and Douglas Ray, both of Calhoun Falls, S.C.; his mother, Elizabeth Partridge, Calhoun Falls; three sisters, Mrs. Dean Powell (Billie Elizabeth), South Port, N.C., Carol Joyce Driver, Calhoun Falls, Eunice Corneila Medlin" Ander- son, S.C.; a brother, George Douglas Partridge, Anderson, S.C.; andfour grandchildren, Tana Partridge, Misty Partridge, Liz Payne and Christopher Payne. Rli.u L. ustad, M.D. l l l Hastings Office Hours April 23 - 29 May 7 - 13 - 21 Phone Number: 402-462-4872 Toll-Free Appointment Number: 800-642-6071 704 East Side Boulevard Hastings, Net). 68901 73 Years of Growing Experience Locally grown stock, our product has to be better, because it's our only business. We do not ship in our plants, we grow especially for you! Your Hometown Grower Bedding plants of all types of varieties Vegetable Plants Hanging Baskets Geraniums Asparagus Roots Strawberry Plants #1 Potted Rosebuds (large selection) Bring your hanging baskets, porch boxes and patio pots to the greenhouse location, we will pot them for you with any selec- choose - You $Save$. ....... en you buy from Superior Floral Company Greenhouse you get a stress free plant, ready to grow. Our quality shows in the products we sell. You can see the difference. Stop by the greenhouse location on West 8th Street In Superior, or call 402,879-3200 --- Come and grow with us. Superior Floral Company Greenhouse Since 1919 He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Gentry, Ark. He was preceded in death by his wife, Constance, who died in 1954, his parents, one brother, Orren, and a sister, Lorene. He is survived by his wife, Stella, three daughters, Mrs. Bill Siebert (M) a Jean), Ahoha, Ore.; Mrs. Harold Golz (Carolyn), Nashville, Ark., and Kathryn Whaley, An- drews, Texas; two sons, Robert Kelly, Alamorgordo, N.M., and Harold Kelly, Las Vegas, Nev.; two sisters, Vera Marietta Knoffloeh and Opal Knoffloch, both of Wichita; one brother, Edwin Knoffloch; .18 grandchil- dren, I I great-grandchildren" and one great-great-grandchild. Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, were in charge of local arrangements. Mrs. David Houtwed and children met family members at a York care Sunday evening to help Jerrod Baloun celebrate his fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen visited his mother, Mabel Hansen, Nelson, last Saturday afternoon. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hansen accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davidson, Hebron, were pre-Easter dinner guests in the Doug Hansen home, Beatrice. Amy Wilson, Superior, was a last Wednesday supper guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sorensen. Brandon and Heather Sorensen, Harvard, were Friday supper guests of the Sorensens. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Soreusen and the Rev. and Mrs. William Doran, Grand Island, visited the ladies' father, Charles Scattergood, at Parkview Haven, Deshler. Easter guests in the Sorensen home were the Wendell Wilson John Dillon dies at Nampa, Idaho John Dillon, 44, Nampa, Idaho died recently of a massive heart attack while at work. Dillon was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Dillon, former resi- dents of the Burr Oak area who live in Nampa. Sylvia Smley dies in Oregon Sylvia A. Smalley, a former resident of Superior, died March 28 at the Rose Villa Retirement Center, Milwaukie, Ore. She was 94. Services were March 31 at the Macy & Son Chapel with the Rev. Bernard Turner of First Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. Smalley, the daughter of Willis and Jane Tibbctts Thomas, was born Feb. 24, 1898 atNorton. She attended school at Superior and graduated from Superior High School. Following graduation, she taught school in the Superior area. She married Floyd W. Smalley on April 25, 1917. Three children were born to this union. She moved to McMinnville, Ore., in 1939 where she was an active member of the First Baptist Church. She moved to Rose Villa in 1973 where she resided until her death. She was preceded in death by her husband, two sons, Ivan in 1979 and Vaden in 1992. She is survived by a daughter, Maxine White, Salem, Ore., 11 grandchil- dren 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Walter Naylor dies at Chanute Walter M. Naylor died March 30 at the Neosho County Regional Medical Center, Chanute. He was Gary and Violet Lipker, Red Cloud, Sandra Maciejeweski, Doniphan, Brad and Joyce Martin and daughters, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen. The Hansens' granddaughter, Melanie Mikkelsen, took her grandparents out for a care dinner in Hebron Monday to honor Mrs. Hansen on her birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage were Friday and Easter Sunday guests in the Kenneth Corman home. Mr. and Mrs. Brakhage and Mrs. Corman were in Hastings on business Tuesday. Last Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bar- nett, Concordia, and Mrs. Harry Schriever, Superior. Mrs. Jeppesen was in Omaha Thursday for a doctor's ap- pointment. Ray Biltofl took his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Biltoft, to Kansas City last Wednesday for Mrs. Biltoft's doctor's ap- pointment at the K.U. Medical Center. Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Biltoft visited Mrs. Nels Nelsen at Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital, Superior. Evening guests in their home were Donna Hurst, Bobbi and TarreU, Fairbury. Saturday the Biltofts visited friends at Park- view Haven, Deshler, and Irene Hobelman at Blue Valley Nursing Home, Hebron. Monday they called on Blanche Nelson at her 'home in Davenport. Last Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pad Petersen and sons to honor Jerod for his fifth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka, the Mike Stichka and Terry Jensen families and Greg Stichka. Don Hansen, Gretna, visited his mother, Mrs. Harvey Hansen, and his father, Harvey Hanson, at Parkview Haven, Deshler, last week. Ronald and Lois Lewis were among Easter,Sunday guests of :the Paul Homan family, Lexington. Ann Kleen attended the University Nebraska-Lincoln, Honors Convocation last Friday. Her daughter, Rayoma Keating, was among those Former Guide Rock resident dies Larry Booker, a former Guide Rock resident living in Los Lu- nas, N.M., died unexpectedly April 8. He was 49. Services were April 11. He was the son of Harold and Cleo Howard Booker, Aurora, Colo. honored. They also visited two art shews, one at Sheldon Art Gallery, attended a movie and saw the Pepsi 'Uh-huh" girls in person. Mrs. Kleen remained as an overnight guest in the Keating home, Beatrice, and returned home Saturday. Sunday a pre-Easter dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gall Kleen and family. Others present were Ann Kleen, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Kleen, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Keating, Beatrice, the LaVeryl Kleen family and Florine Meyer. The Bethany Women of the ELCA executive board met Wednesday afternoon at the church. Monday evening, Gall Kleen, Florene Meyer and Ann Kleen attended a pre-contest musical program in Nelson. Twin sisters, Lorene Droh- man and Linda Hoins, were honored for their 50th birthday last Saturday evening at a barbecue supper and evening of entertainment at the Deshler 4- H building. Many relatives and friends were in attendance. Weekend guests, in the Marvin Drohman home were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Drohman and sons, Crete, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boynton, Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lipker, Norwalk, Iowa, came Friday evening and visited his mother, Mrs. Elmer Lipker, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lillich, Superior, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lipker, Red Cloud, were also guests in the home of Mrs. Lipker during the Easter weekend. Mrs. Lipker recently attended a Windhorst family gathering at the Ervin Windhorst home, Deshler, following a cafe dinner together. Vernon School was a patient at the Veterans' Administration Hospital in Omaha several days last week. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lipker were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harvey, Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Lipker, Nikki and Corey. Mr. and Mrs. Jim File and daughters, Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Christensen, Lin- coin, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Christensen and children were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christensen. Marie Plumme-r returned to her home Thursday from Lincoln, where she was a vatient for several days following surgery at Lincoln General Hospital. The Mark Jensen family, Hastings, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen. Tuesday Mrs. Jensen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dick Flower, Nelson, to Clay Center, where they attended the funeral of their uncle, Bruce Young. Survivors include his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz Ann, a son, John, and a daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krista. Oltmans, Nelson, Monday 83. Mankato resident Graveside services were April 8 at the Burr Oak Cemetery with dies at Lincoln Pastor Herman l.,ambrecht offici- Ruth Catherine Spencer, 94, ating, died April 4 at the Madonna Care Center, Lincoln. Gmveside services were last Wednesday at Mount Hope Ceme- tery, Mankato, with Pastor Ken- dal Utt officiating. -She was born April 13, 1897, at Mankato to Magnus Sylvanis and Donna Florencia Whitier Hall. She was united in marriage to Dr. John Ralph Spencer June 30, 1920. To this union one daughter was born. Mrs. Spencer was a member of the Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and daugh- ter, Mrs. Max Ross. She is sur- vived by her son-in-law, Max Ross, Lincoln. Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, was in charge of ar- rangements. Mr. Naylor was born Oct. 2, 1908 at Poplar Bluff, Mo. He moved to Burr Oak in 1920 and to Chanute in I954. He was a civil engineer for the Kansas State Highway Department and had lived in Topeka, Fredonia and Oswego. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Chanute and the S.E.K. Engineering Soci- ety. He is survived by his wife, Esther, two sons, Neal, Gamett, Kan., and Karlton, Fayetteville, Ark.; a daughter, Leslie C. Fraser, Girard, Kan.; a brother, Wilbur, Concordia; a sister, Alice Donham, Corpus Christi, Texas; seven grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, was in charge of ar- rangements. Ben Franklin 25% off all Fabric S9.9 9 Wright Bulk Value 52" x 10 yards EACH Ribbon or Trim 1/! price Werthers Candy Original delicious butter candy *1.29 in a 7 oz. bag k."k g iIIE-A,, . ) Sahara II " " " Floral foam " " .... 3 x 4 x 84n.size .57 i ii Pepsi Products ,200ac00sS2.99 2 Liters .99 evening. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Houtwed and family were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hinze, Osceola, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baloun and children, Crete. Easter Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof, were the Edward and Dennis Schoof families. The Mike Eickman and Dennis School families were Easter evening guests in the Milton Eickman home, Hebron. In celebration of Shelly Brandt's confirmation Palm Sunday, a dinner was hosted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Brandt, at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Hoops, Brandon, Valerie and Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Melvin, Mike and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Judy, Brian, Renae and Lori, Alesha School, Karen Isernrhagen and Nate and Shari Brandt. Other visitors were Pator Richard Buchholz, Cindy Houtwed, Matt, Kristin and Brian, Esther Lipker, Carrie Wilbeck, meyer, Barry Lance Zeleny and Lunch was ternoon. David and Debrs was confirmed at Lutheran Church psln A dinner is her honor church services. went to the Mussmann the afternoon. served to guests in addition to parents, her sister, brother, Trent, Jackie Ficken, Margaret, Kiley Ficken, Lincoln, Jeanette Mussmann, I)eshler, Karen Houtwed and Angle Seth and Samantlm, Becky Christopher, all of and Judy David, Lawrence. Andrea Schultz Thomas, Deshler. sponsors are cindy Wichita Falls unable to be Houtwed. Easter Sunday and Mrs. Phil daughters were Mr. Wayne Wroughton Mr. and Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. Steve and family, Mr. Vernon Schoof, Schoof and Kasey Schoof. The of Shanda SchOol celebrated. Easter Sunday and Mrs. were Mr. and Bohaty and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell, Barnett, Hays, Mr. Warren Jeppesen Mrs. Phil Shaw Mrs. Rod mother, home in a week's visit daughter's home for Easter joined other for dinner. Mrs. returned home sunday Services for lFd Korb, 69, died at the farm He is survived Louise, a son, Kingston, Sandra Korb Heather Korb, one sister, Lucille ton, Ariz. and three Joseph O. dies in Joseph O. Colo., a past Louisville merce, died Feb. 24 was 68. Services were Olinger Chapel Gardens. Howard was 1923' in Flagler, raised in graduated from High School in served in the World War II in Theater. married lived in Littleton Colo. Howard's and 60s. In the 1984 the HowardS Louisville. Howard was a Elks Lodge. He is survived son, Sully, daughter, Tra Aurora, Colo., Lisa and Calif., and Cleo Colo., and a Howard, TahrumP, VOTE FOR Democratic Candidate For COUNTY DISTRICT 2 Your Vote and Support Lifelong Resident of Nuckolls County Graduate of Hardy High School Ag Business Degree From University 6 Years As County Weed Control Sup 3 Years In United States Air Force Post and County American Legion ( Married and Has 3 Children In Superior Member Centennial Lutheran Church SuperiOr This Ad Paid For By Jesse H. Jensen