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oe6ee Holms Sunday afternoon. and Connie Mr. and Mrs. Orville at Blair Grummert visited Wednesday and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jim ROAD supplies 254.22 Jones of Kearney came Mr and Mrs. Art Schnakenberg Thursday, May 10, 1973 The Lincoln Tele & Teleg. Schott Oil Co., gas, Saturday morning to attend the of Davenport and Dan Buhr and Co., telephone service 72.13 repairs and supplies 46.30 wedding of Jenifer Stineman Karen Grothen of Hastings. Carl Samsula in Veterans Gus H. Brazil, labor 500.00 Sidles Co., supplies 696.86 and Tim Boyd. This date was also Mrs. Lynn Hospital in Omaha. Carl Comstock, labor 500.00 State of Nebraska-Dept. ~ nnd Mrs. Frank Harris Schnakenberg's birthday. Mrs. Belle Fitzwater and Mr. Frank Delka, labor 500.00 of Roads, supplies 10.00 visited Rev. Forrest Grimm at At the district contest at and Mrs. Cecil Fitzwater were Oscar Doggett, labor 500.00 Stowers Harware, supplies 89.76 Bryan Memorial Hospital in Beatrice, Karen Reinke walked Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Keith. Paul Faimon, labor 500.00 lperior Motor Parts, Inc., Ralph Meyer Sunday evening visitors of Kenneth Hansen, labor 500.00 supplies 28.43 Mrs. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith were John Harper, labor 475.00 Harry Troyer, lathe 44.00 daughters were Mr. and Mrs. George Cowsky. J.W. Healey, labor 475.00 Valley Building Center, Mrs. Fredo Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller Stanley J. Hoover, Inc.,supplies 20.00 evening to Meyer on her Rathbun at the Nuckolls County Oltman, Hospital. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller Bill Thorn- attended the funeral Friday of Schlief, Mr. Lavern Parks at Salem Mr. and Evangelical Church at called during the Steinauer, Neb. They also who visited aunts, Mrs. Rose Hoff- man and Mrs. William Rinne, at afternooBergman Burchard, Neb. n with Ruth Rathbun visited Sunday visited Wednesday and Thurs- labor day evening with Mrs. Paul George D. Judy, labor Gene Kramer, labor Francis Leo Martin, labor Sharon L. Othling, clerical Stanley Pallas, labor Levonn Peterson, labor Clyde Reeve, labor L. O. Shipley, labor Harold Snyder, labor 700.00 Valley Readymix, con- 575.00 crete 308.00 500.00 Nora Wehrman, county clerk, title 2.00 500.00 Weldon Industries, Inc., repairs and freight 31.81 366.66 Werner & Son. gravel 5,781.84 500.00 Platte Valley Communica- tion, used remote console 500.00 and installation 130.00 500.00 WEED DISTRICT 500.00The Lincoln Tele. & Teleg. Co., 500.00 telephone service 14.20 H. Lirmeman. evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hem.y Malpert Mueller. guests in Mrs. Fern Rouse had Sunday home. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eldrick Weekly. and Betty Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. dinner Virgil Williams Monday Mrs. John evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Stephan Mrs. Lawrence and Donald. sOnS wereSunday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence in the Loren Williams and sons attended the Mrs. Williams, wedding of Kathleen Hartman Mrs. Jim and Dwayne McGinnis at the attended banquet in ~t the Methodist Rock. Mrs. Orville Betty and onMr. and Sunday Mrs. and Mrs. were coffee and Mrs. Charles Grace United Church at Hastings Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve and Vic and Fern Crandeli were at Kenesaw Sunday where they attended a retirement party for Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters. of the Nuekolls County County Commissioners County Board of Melvin Hauser, hauling met on May 2 trash 5.00 Burlington Northern, Inc., rental 25.00 Business Supply CO., supplies 166.40 City of Nelson, light and water service 19.30 City of Superior, light Allan D. Sole, labor 500.00 Vernon Corman, salary Jerry D. Steinke, salary 1,333.33 and mileage 18.60 MarvinD. Thayer, labor 500.00 Elbert Farver, salary 510.00 Darrell Ward, labor 500.00 Gefe B. Ferebee, salary Donald L. Wiseman, labor 500.00 and mileage 16.40 James R. Woerner, labor 600.00 A. G. Hanson, salary, Alexander Motors, Inc., mileage and supplies 24.70 supplies 63.62 Herman E. Mertens, Barco Municipal Products, salary and mileage 16.80 Inc., supplies 197.30 Audrey McCutchan, Bergt Brothers, Inc., clerical 73.12 gravel 6,539.18 John E. Wilson, salary 162.75 Chapman's IGA, supplies 2.67 City of Nelson, light and water service and water service 7.51 Clancy's "66" Service, supplies 1.40 Cleveland Cotton Products, shop supplies and freight 133.50 Deweese Sand & Gravel, Inc., gracel 5,226.00 Eaton Metal Products Corp., supplies 2,468.36 Farmers Union Co-Op Association-Ruskin, supplies Farmers Union CO-Op Elevator CO., Nelson, 10.80 & Teleg. CO., $ 244.26 , clerical 386.66 355.00 315.00 all members Lawrence Jensby, mileage 35.20 cement mixer rental minutes of the T.V. Kastrup, mileage 66.40 Farmers Union Co-Op Hubert L. Kreuzberg, Oil Co., Nelson, claims assessing 395.00 gas and supplies George J. Jucera, Glenwood Tele. Member- mileage 80.60 ship.Corp., telephone The Lawrence/.~comotive, servzce print and publish 14.70 Hastings Typewriter Co., Wayne Marsh, supplies 5.00 office equipment Modern Methods, Inc., sup- Hastings Welding Supply plies and freight 32.43 Co., shop supplies "Trot~t, 366.66 250.05 310.00 salary, 212.40 sup- 102.45 C0., 45.54 main- 29.38 lisht 70,85 &Ap- 153.63 Stores, 2.60 375.52 15.00 Information- 71.25 39.70 2.25 Murphy & Clabaugh, bond 10:00 The Nebraska Natural Gas Co., natural gas service 175.71 Nebraska Office Service Co., supplies and postage 62.75 The Nelson Gazette, print and publish 11.90 Nuckolls County Extension Service, supplies 43.16 LeRoy Pointer, mileage and convention expense 76.99 Redfield & Company, Inc., supplies and postage 126.35 Robinson's Conoco Service, supplies for civil defense 179.95 Schott Lumber Co., supplies 18.63 Sears, Roebuck & Co., lawn mower and freight 65.49 State Leader of Finance- U of N, area agent and Watts line service 246.00 Stowers Hardware, supplies 17.24 The Superior Express, print and publish 14.40 Thomas LaW Book Co., supplies 19.50 Wages Variety & Gifts, supplies 10.71 Lee Wall, Associte County Judge, probation officer's fees 50.00 The H. W. Wilson Co., supplies 47.00 Xerox Corporation, supplies 60.00 Yale Banldock Co., safe maintenance 53.00 21.97 The Island Supply Co., supplies and repairs 6,359.35 Lee's Champlin Service, supplies "625.02 Lincoln Equipment Co., supplies and repairs 2,566.46 Richard Meyer, gravel 91.00 Mid-Nebraska Oil Co., supplies 97.84 Bill Morris Ford, sup- plies and repairs 3,419.85 Natural Gas Distributing Co., gas service 13.76 Nebraska Public Power Dist., electric service 71.53 The Nebraska Natural Gas Co.~, natural gas service 42.64 Oak Blacksmith Shop, supplies and repairs 147.47 Oak Grain Co. supplies 3.95 Platte Valley Communica- tions, repair two-way 25.00 Porters Department Store, supplies 4.95 ;chott Lumber Co., =,--. -- -- -- n - v 5.90 Hastings Typewriter Co., supplies 17.85 The Nebraska Natural Gas Co., gas service I3.50 Nebraska Weed Control . Ass'n, 1973 mem- bership dues 25.00 Nuckolls County Dept. of Roads, gas 25.01 Oak Blacksmith Shop, machine hire 5.00 Schott Lumber Co., supplies 2.25 Sehott Oil Co., off, repairs and supplies 45.46 RELIEF AND MEDICAL Chapman's IGA 9.00 Orin Spruling 30.00 20.85 Margaret Klawitter 6.00 Nebraska Dept. of Public Welfare 4,973.40 21.63 ' INSTITUTIONS Beatrice State Home, patient care 915.00 13.20 Div. of Patient Accounts- Hastings Regional Center, 125.00 patient care 700.00 Meeting adjourned until May 21, 1973. Nora Wehrman, County Clerk Pleasant View By Home Improvement Club Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee attended a recital Sunday evening in Davenport, given by the students of Mrs. Wayne Mosier. Mrs. Marvin Ruhga was a guest of Mrs. Henry M~pert and Mrs. Elsie Troudt was a guest of Mrs. Wilma Damounde at guest day of the Busy Bee Club Thursday in the home of Mrs. Sebert Keim of Hastings. They all toured the Good Samaritan Home in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kelly of Lincoln. Diana Underwood and Gwen II CONTROL AND mssc- ON CRO AND Linnoln Friday evening. away with a first place trophy. Mrs. Frank Kubicek. Mrs. Boyd Jones spent Thursday and Friday with Gwen at Kearney, she attended the spring concert of the Kearney College band of which Gwen is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mueller and family of Glenvil and Dale Mueller and sons of Bladen were guests in the Carl Mueller home Saturday to help move the trailer that Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller, jr., and baby are going to move into. Mrs. Frank Harris went by plane to San Diego Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harris and family and to keep the grandchildren while their mother visits her father. Carl Mueller visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Mueller, in the Good Samaritan Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder were Wednesday evening callers in the Darrell Harrington home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson and baby were Friday evening callers in the Carl Mueller home to see Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller, jr., and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhrma- chef and family were Wed- nesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mueller and daughters were Tuesday evening callers in the Carl Mueller home. Mrs. Wilbur Wilson and Mrs. Tom Wilson and baby were Wednesday afternoon guests of Lillian Wilson when she was hostess to Ladies Aid. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bortner and Kevin of Curtis were Sunday callers of Paul Statz and were Sunday dinner guests in the Raymund Statz home. Botte Statz of 14A__sUngs was a Tuesday evening supper guest in the Raymund Statz home in honor of her father's, birthday. She is now eligible for State Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson Lions Club Contest in Hastings and Mrs. Levoun Peterson and June I. Sondra attended a Sunday af- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson ternoon concert in Courtland, went to Hastings Wednesday Kan. Mrs. Kendall Peterson and while there visited with Mr. was the concert conductor. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson and with They were coffee guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Getz. Kendall Peterson home. Girls State orientation was Barbara Gillan visited her held at the Legion Hall in patents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davenport Sunday, May 6, at Gillan, Saturday. 2:30. There were 50 present and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka special guests were Mrs. Robert and family were Sunday dinner Chaloupka, district 11 guests of Mrs. Hanmi Judy. president, and Mrs. Den Havel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson of Exeter. The program visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kotas chairman was Mrs. Merlin in Davenport on Tuesday. Mrs. Bohling and assisting chair- Kotas has recently been man, Mrs. Kenneth Dumler. dismissed from Lincoln General The "Star Spangled Banner" was sung and pledge of allegiance was said in unison. The Davenport Auxiliary president gave the welcome. The alumni banquet will be May 27 at 6:30 in the Davenport High School gymnasium. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keeler and family of Hastings visited the Dean Sanner family Sun- day. A coffee for the volunteers, who helped in the Cancer Drive, was held at the home of Mrs. Lester Urbauer Tuesday. Those present were Mrs. Harold Johnson, Miss Linda Wittrock, Mrs. George Schroeder, Mrs. Eddie Ahreus, Mrs. Art Jensby, Mrs. Jerry Brase, Mrs. Bert Sanner and Mrs. L. Roy Hinds. Those who helped but wasn't present were Country chair- man, Mrs. Reuben Thurman, Mrs. Rene Benker and Mrs. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson visited in the Milvern Grum- mert home at Glenvil Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troyer visited last weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Troyer at Richmond, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Troyer of Colon, Mich., were also visitors. The men are their nephews. Barbara Sole was a Friday overnight guest in the Homer Seefeld home. Star Club will meet Friday in the home of Mrs. Edna Swan- strom. Mrs. Fern Johnston called on Mrs. Cleo Scroggin Tuesday afternoon. Friday morning Mrs. Merna Buresh, Mrs. Cleo Scroggin, Mrs. Ellen Buresh, Mrs. Edna Swanstrom. Mrs. Ermalee Scroggin and Mrs. Mildred By Mrs. Basil Johnson Maria Heinrichs was con- firmed April 29 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. In her honor, a dinner was held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Heinrichs. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heinrichs, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flagle and family and Quinton Voigt of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merriman of Lincoln. Chad Alan Schnakenberg was baptized by Rev. Reeld at the Easter sunrise services April 22 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Sponsors were Mrs. Tom Hawco of Lincoln and Dan Buhr of Hastings. Those present for breakfast afterwards were Rev. and Mrs. Reeld and family, Mrs. Tom Hawco and family of Lincoln, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bubx of Hastings and I I II Plan to attend the ag exposition that keeps today's farmers ahead. I ~ ~qL GATEWAY 73, May 18-19-20, | ~ ! r~e Keamey, Nebraska Air Field i . 0tfll .- exposition you won't want to miss, |" ~ I1~.,_me latest in farm machinery, s tools grain and ~ mild- f~e~luipment, animal het~lth ~ucts,' ag chem- ~ N0W in ~.~ef information.., and new things for the home, ~.~, th~ ,. ItS fourth Fear, getting bigger and better every ~li~'m me show specifically designed for the innovative farmer, I : ~ rancher, and agdbusinessman. See It there ~ r~ ~A~O ~jt~n wr~t.: 73..-p. G. Box607--Koamey, Nebraska 68847 t Chemi ny Control Weed Bru Corn Rootwonmb Grmmltoppe and Other o 3 Mlles East and 5 Miles North of Superior CIAFF GROVE Superior, Nebr. -- Ph. 879-8356 I II I I I I I II II i: ii THE SUPERIOR EXPRE~ SA I Barbara and Colleen and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld were Sunday dinner guests of the Orville Buethe family in Stamford. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Egie called on Mrs. Edith Scroggin Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Addis Jensen of Ruskin were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson and family joined them in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold An- derson and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Glen Bower home in St. Paul. Mrs. Dee Johnston and Mrs. Richard Paulsen were in Hastings Monday on business. Mrs. Neal Troyer and her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Kisick, of Tulsa, Okla., visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troyer Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer An- derson, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan, Cheryl and Terri were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hansa Summer at a cafe in Superior. The group then spent the afternoon visiting in the Summers home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen. Girl S@ut News Troop 179 met at Mrs. Ronald Schott's home Monday. The members finished Mother's Day presents. Shari Sullivan brought treats. Harold Grone. A total of $307.35 was turned in from both town and country. Mrs. Bob Sanner, mother of Mrs. Irl Grone of Steele City died May 1. She was 81. The funeral was Friday, May 4. Those present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Jim An- derson of Abilene, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanner and Corey of Comamche, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buresh and ~amily of Yankton, S. D. Mrs. Jim Buresh and family stayed for a few days. By Mrs. Homer Seefeld Mr. and Mrs. Dale Drohman and family of Scotts City, Kan., are visiting in the Art Swan- strom home. Thursday Bob Samsula and Mrs. Hallie Mitchell visited Buresh surprised Mrs. Sue Lewis by going to her homefor a birthday coffee. Bryan Kubicek and Jimmy Otradosky of Schuyler were Friday overnight and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kubicek. Mrs. Gerald Kubicek joined them Saturday af- ternon, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole, I II I I I in|l , Abstraots Rhoads Secretarial Building Phone 879.4341 436 Commercial Superior, Neb. _ _ iiii i iili Delivered To Your Location Contact One-half mile north and three-fourth mile West of Cement Plant Phone Superior 879-8M2, 879-8423 or 879-8516 I I I I :i:/~/ iiIIII: i::: :::