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May 10, 1973     The Superior Express
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May 10, 1973

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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May I0, 1973 Hoers Receives Martin E. Zoch Vreeland Award Honored For Vreeland Awards for 5 Years Service creativity were presented to six Martin E. Zock, 28, ap- University of Nebraska-Lincoln prenticelineman at SuperiQr for students Friday in a ceremony the Nebraska Public Power held in the Sheldon Gallery DiStrict. has been honored for Auditorium. tire years o! service with tt~e son-in-law of Dr. andMrs. W.H. jeweled service emblem, Upton of Superior. He is a senior symbolic of his tenure with the LeRoy Pointer, county superintendent, announced today that the county superintendent's office Among those receiving the power district. has received $34,244.63 to be distributed to local districts on the basis of the number of 5 to 18 year award was Michael Dean Heels, He has received a five-year old residents in each district as counted last June. Individual districts are as follows: District Census State Appor.In-Lieu-of Land County Fines Total (5-18) $12.81 & Licenses 2R 30 384.30 6-Ru~in 107 1,370.07 464.85 1,835.52 9-Hardy 108 1,383.48 469.20 1,852.68 * 11-Superior 803 10,286.43 144.71 $,488.55 13,919.69 l~-Nelsen 255 3,266.55 550.10 1,107.82 4,924.47 23 13 166.53 55.48 223.01 36 21 269.01 91.23 360.24 46 37 473,97 160.74 634.71 66 15 192.15 65.17 257.32 71-Lawrence 244 3,125.64 349.00 1,142.58 4,617.22 72 41 525.21 178.12 703.33 88-Nora 27 348.87 117.30 463.17 47T~ 93 1,191.33 116.80 404.03 1,712.16 RI 4 51.24 317.78 39.10 468.12 60T 10 128.10 43.44 171.54 08T 17 217.77 73.65 291.62 1C 22 281.82 95.58 377.40 Paul Hiller Atten Is ,xclm: stud LI Accepts Job In . Kansas City get together at earne passing the Federal Communications Commission The Nebraska American The show, "1776," was en- test for radio-telephone Revolution Bicentennial joyed in the evening followed by operator's license, first class, Commission sponsored a state- a party and dancing at Randall Paul Hiller of Ruskin has ac- wide exchange student get-Ha. eepted the offer of a job with together with Kearney State Bucher and Willis Consulting College and Fort Kearny Housing was provided on the Engineers of Kansas City, Mo assisting, campus for both students and He will travel with. a crew More than 150 foreignparents. Breakfast was served locating telephone relay tower students, representing 34at the Nebraskan and slides sites for American reJepnone countries from 120 Nebraska depicting Nebraska and her :and Telegraph. In May. he will schools were invited as were part in the United States of be near Ontario, Calif., and their sponsoring parents.America were explained by Dr. Novato, Calif., ana ja[er Wm Among those attending were Don Searcy, chairman of the work in the vicinity ot ouston, Jose Ferando Buyer of get-together. Atlanta, areas In ~orm ana Colombia and his sponsoring South Carolina, ls.entuc~y ano m rents, Mr and i,rs Arlo Group pictures were Illinois. He expects to re,turn boe g. " " premmted to the students and Central Nebraska Tecnnicm They all met at Fort Kearny sponsors and free passes were College next winter. for a tour of the fort. Pictures given to Pioneer Village. were taken a chuck wagon Mrs. Doehring remarked that rnmnl tes Hospital supper was served and stude ts e,,adage, "Nothing Free In At entertained. 73 , is certainly not true. ~.v.~, ....- .... , Great Lakes Navy Hospitalman Ap- prentice Lawrence E. Gariepy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kemeth in the School of Music and this is district. his second Vreeland award. He He began his employment is also the holder of a creative with NPI~D and its predecessor scholarship, and is a composer, utility as a lineman with the His parents are Mr. and Mrs. York~construction crew March [ I i Daniel D Hoefs of Arapahoe. 25 1968 and was promoted to He and his wife, Pamela, live in sub foreman in 1969. Lincoln. He was named apprentice lineman at Suverior in 1972. e 11 Superior .... Ratings To burprise Party Davenport At Clark Home The uavenport Music Agroupof friendsof Mr. and ~ ~ . Department took part in the Mrs. Dorman Clark of Hardy annual District One, Class D nad a covered dish dinner atRepubllican. Superior,sstreets~urnedtoriverswhen~chesof-rain-f,l-i herein. F YOUWANTED to oo wadino Sundavafternoon there was no need t0 Music Contest held at Fairmont their home Monday evening, period. This picture was taken at Fourth and Bloom several minutes after the watt April 26 and 27 and received 11 April 30, to surprise Mrs. Clark recede. Susan Shipley is crossing the street. Exl suverior ratings, on her birthday. Those present Entries receiving superior were Mr. and Mrs. Walter . . |qff . . ratings were: Piano duet; ,~moersen, Mr. ano .t~,rs. n.u.time.: t, plc 4-H spea lng co~ Beverly Thompson, vocal solo; ~eaersen, Mr_ ana ~u" ~o~" (~h,~,-vl Ah ,, ten r sax solo" henry, Mr aria Mrs uy p, :- ......... re.s, o .. - " -- " ....... The annual 4-H Timely Topic Eldrick Grummert and Mr. and .... I~ Sheila Alderman, baritone mix Mr. ana Mrs. crank 15origin, Speaking Contest was held in Mrs Run Porter Mrs. basa solo; sax quartette; flute trio; Mr. and Mrs. Nels Serensen, the 4-H Building last Thursday " _...." ,... _ First On woodwind choir; girls trioiOrpha .Lee Perry and Ma.bel e" Annette H ...... , ....... ev nmg. of ..... vocal duet; band; and girlstxanaall, l-'naoc~e was .me un ..... ,t.o , ...... 1o the]un|ordiwstonaward. She Mrs I.~nnie B vv uag J~Jt V,t t4J~ ~IJ V~ i'IA "~r " " glee entertainment of me evening, o, o,a; .... ecewed a purple ribbon for her Terrv Madsen and ~ceiving excellent ratings ......... " ......................... S"M~L" ...................... Linda Jacobitz, with a speech w ,ter rot aunty Shrontz atteno .. were: Triple trio; clarinet L~ISTrICT Nteenng on "A Stepping Stone To " " mee.tmg o[ quartette; Karen Reinke, piano At Belleville Peace." Linda presented this Annette is the dattghter of Mr ~oc~ety o~,~ solo; Karen Reinke, vocal solo; " "- " recunom "st a~ Friday Afternoon speech at the 4-H District and Mrs Ralnh Herz of g] -. Tregan Albers, vocal solo; speaking contest in York on Lawrence'Sheisra member of26..They re p~ Denise Lobeda, vocal solo;Ladies from Cloud, Jewell,Saturda and received the th,~ La~nre .~o~ ~w o],h ~uc~ous t;ounty Leslie Crockett, alta sax solo; Lincoln Mitchell Ottawa and fourth plYce award and a purple L~ad~rof~t~e ~u~'~s ~s.'~i~." . Mrs.~WO~ Sherry Heinrichs, vocal solo; Republi'c counties" met for their ribbon ...... ~:--~- " her scientific Connie Lowery; flute solo; district extension Homemakers Linda Jacobitz is the --" ....... ha~vem-p~-" t~ David Fisher, trombone solo; meeting at the Armory in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan "into contest m part ot me a aone au ir -- stage band; brass cho ; Belleville Friday afternoon Jacobitz of Nelson. She is a county-wide 4-H program tohospital here~ trumpet duet ; trombone Attendance was 325. member of the Fancy Feeders promote 4-H acitivities and will present it quartette; trumpet trio. Cindy. Kenneth Fisher of Belleville 4-H club. Leaders of the club are public speaking, the state Dumler, vocal solo, and Was the speaker and he talked Lucinda Schardt, piano solo, on "Eye Enucleation." received good ratings. " ..... Mrs " e NJh-S. l~TanK Herri118nll, Vincent A. Boudreau IS th ......... ess ;~, n;..,,,,,,,. ,,n.,. o--,,,rt ularence l:ieltre~em, m~. o - - - - k Mrs Ernest Andre m, Mrs. e