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/ MUST BE TO WEEDS given this pursuant Noxious Weed who owns or and in Nuckolls that noxious being or Such land shall be or eradicated by tillage, pasturing, or or other or corn- by Control as often as may 0 prevent the weed and maturing by root means. to observe this Weed Control is required to law and by such necessary, of which shall and be entered land, and be other real estate or by other by law. THE 17-2c the Superior 11, 1972) 0. 4198 of Marie In the of Nuckolls of Nebraska, as.: interested in said notice of the filing Administrator, of i and account of his and a petition tion of the LEGAL NOTICE Floyd Butler has applied for a change in zoning from A (Agricultural Districts) to R-2 (Medium Density, Residential) of the following described tract of land: A part of the Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of Section Twenty-five (25), Township One (I) North, Range Seven (7), West of the 6th P.M., Nuckolls County, Nebraska which is described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of said Northeast Quarter (NE/4), theLce due north 853.5 feet to the south line of a five acre tract owned by Donnie Meyer; thence due east 400 feet; thence due south 553.5 feet; thence due west 100 feet; thence due south 300 feet; thence due west 300 feet to the point of beginning. The City Planning Com- mission will hold a public hearing on said application in the City Council Chambers of the Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday, May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. lc (First Published in the Superior Express May 4, 1972) NOTICE OF HEARING Estate No. 4333 of Will Kott- meyer, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, as.: All persons interested in said estate take notice that a petition has been filed for appointment of A. H. Kottmeyer as ad- ministrator of said estate which has been set down for hearing in this court on May 22, 1972, at 11 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated May 1, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge. W. E. Garrison, Attorney 19-3c (First Published in the Superior Express, May 4,1972) NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Estate No. 4297 of Maynard H. deceased, which H. Horstman, deceased; In the hearing inthis County Court of Nuckolls 30, 1972, at 10 County, Nebraska. L., when you may The State of Nebraska, as.: contest the same. All persons interested in said 3, 1972. estate take notice of the filing County Judge. herein by the administrator, of Johnson, Attorney a final report and account of his 19-3c administration and a petition SECURITY NATIONAL BANK II Charter No. 14083 National Bank Region No. 10 OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC ;RIES, OF THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK RIOR, NEBRASKA 68978, IN THE STATE OF AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON 18, 1972. response to call made by the Comptroller of the Title 12, United States Code, Section 161. ASSETS due from banks (including $7,030.82 debits) ............................. $1,049,389.80 securities ...................... 600,000.00 of other U. S. Government corporations .................... 100,000,00 of States and political subdivisions. 695,371.21 Iritles (including none stock ) .............................. 9,000.00 sold and securities purchased agreements to resell ................... 300,000.00 .................................. 6,511,213.84 ,and fixtures, and assets representing bank premises 112,355.98 (including none direct clng) ......................... 138,507.32 vrAke ASSETS .............................. 9,515,838.15 LIABILITIES deposits of individuals, pertner- corporations .................... 3,127,18.01 deposits of individuals, and corporations ............... 5,038,462.03 of United States Government ........ 49,380.69 of States and political subdivisions.. 296,585.79 of commercial banks ................. 16,273.13 nd checks, efc ............. 19,469.08 oral demand deposits 8,547,355.73 tl time and 3,488,893.70 iVings deposits ....... 5,058,462.03 nSbilities .......................... 141,879.15 (YrAL LI BAI L I TI E S .................... 8,689,333.88  R'ESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES (t }or bad debt losses on Joans up Pursuant to IRS rulings) .............. 98,946.06 "rA-L RESERVES ON LOANS [URITI ES ............................. 98,946.06 Ulty Capital CAPITAL ACCOUNTS DtOt I. ........................ 727,558.21 I, Stock-total par value ............. 100,000.00 !" thares authorized 1,000 ............... ' Shares outstandin 1,000 .............. rus. .... i g. .................... "lqlVkl "lofi  .................. ....... 427,5".21'000" I"(TAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. 727,558.21 '(_L LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND 9,515,838.15 PITAL ACCOUNTS. Vtr= MEMORANDA At."ge of total deposits for 15 calendar A,r ? ending with call date ......  ......... 3,534,769.74 lt."ge of total loans for the 15 calendar I .ys ending with call date ................ 5,034,622.38 qv" ROger Vergo, Vice-President and cashier, of ."amed bank do hereby declare that this report li;T)en is true and correct to the best of mt J. Roger Vergo rt,'neunderslgned directors attest the correctness of this ,.-- -', ot -- t- ondition and declare that it has been e (a lne rrtto the best of our knowledge and belief Is true Arvon J. Marcotte Harold S. Myers Robert E. Noren, Directors praying for final settlement, distribution and discharge, and for determination of the heirs of said deceased, which have been set for hearing in this Court on May 22, 1972, at 10 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated April 26, 1972 (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge. W. E. Garrison, Attorney 18-3c (First Published in the Superior Express May 4, 1972) NOTICE OF HEARING Estate No. 4334 of Elsie C. Cannon, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, as.: ALL persons interested in said estate take notice that a petition has been filed for the ap- pointment of Charles H. Graben as administrator of said estate which has been set down for hearing in this court on May 22, 1972, at I o'clock p.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated May 2, 1972. (Seal)Lee Wall, County Judge. George F. Johnson, Attorney 18- 3c Obituary--Jensen Sarah Fern Jensen, daughter of William S. and Nellie Grace Chase Smalley, was born on March 21, 1898, in Saline County, Nebraska. Her childhood days were spent in Saline County. She was baptized in the Baptist church. On Jan. 6, 1915, she was married to Lawrence Kramer at Nebraska City, Nab. To this union one son, Vaden, was born. The Kramer family moved to Superior in 1944. Her husband died Dec. 23, 1962. Oct. 8, 1968, she married Seren Jensen. Mr. Jansen died Oct. 21, 1971. Mrs. Jensen was a member of the Baptist Church of Superior and a member of the Rebekah Lodge. She was preceded in death by her parents, thl:ee brothers, Clyde, Lee and Floyd Smalley. Survivors are her son, Vaden; two step-sons, Wesley Jensen of Sidney and Bob Jensen of Waterville, Kan.; one step- daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Preston of Greeley, Colo.; one daughter- in-law; three step-daughters-in- law, including Mrs. Bernice Jensen of Scottsbluff; one sister, Mrs. Mamie Bramwell of /.,as Gatos, Calif.; one brother, Ray Smalley, Medford, Ore.; eight grandchildren, two great grandchildren; and also many other relatives and friends. Mrs. Jensen died at her home in Superior last Monday at the age of 74 years, 1 month and 10 daYFtSmeral services were held from the Megrue-Price Funeral Home last Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. Albert Klein- sasser officiating. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery. Rites Here Monday For Mrs. Adams Funeral services were held at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Superior Monday for Mrs. Belle Adams, a former Beulah pastor's wife. Mrs. Adams died at Laveen, Ariz., on May 4. Mary Belle Edgar Adams, daughter of John and Matilda Edgar, was born in Sylvania, Mo., on Oct. 21, 1891. She moved with her parents to Sterling, Kan., when she was four years of age. She was educated in the public schools of Sterling and graduated from Cooper College in 1941. She taught school for three years and was married on July 17, 1917, to Richard Cameron Adams. They went as missionaries to South China that fall and were there for seven years. After a year's furlough in 1924, they did not return because of unsettled conditions in South China. They spent one year in Stafford, Kan., and then served at the Indian Mission near Apache, Okla., until 1942. They moved to Nuckolls Couty where her husband was pastor of the Beulah Congregation until his death in 1948. In the fall of that year she moved to eastern Kentucky where she served as a Bible teacher in Elliott and Morgan Counties until her retirement in 1965. She has since resided with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Graham, in Arizona and was an active member of the Phoenix congregation until the time of her death. She is survived by the following children: Roy of Darlington, Pa., Mrs. Elmer Graham (Lois) of Laveen, Ariz., Mrs. John McMillan (Marion of Walden, N.Y., Bruce o. Warren, Mich., and Mrs. Gene Spear (Ruth) of Kobe, Japan; 18 grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Officiating at the service was Pastor R. W. Caskey. Interment was in the Beulah Cemetery. Funeral Today For Mrs. Marie Nelson Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Nelson will be held Thursday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Mrs. Nelson died Monday at the Good Samaritan Center in Superior at the age of 80. Survivors include her three daughters and four sons, Mrs. Clifford Grove (Ella Marie) of Superior, Mrs. Earld Tyler (Frances) of Junction City, Ore., Mrs. Dick Binder (Gladys) of Fort Morgan, Colo., Kenneth of Falmouth, Mass., Harold of Lomita, Calif., Donald of Fort Collins, Colo., and Ernest of Minden; two sisters, Mrs. Dora Wall of I Sincere Thanks... As we have sold the W & W Sporting Goods Store to Mr. and Mrs. Allen At- wood, we wish to thank all our customers for the past patronage and friendships. We hope that they will receive the same fine treatment that has been afforded us. Ruskin and Mrs. Ing Wall of Albany, Ore.; 23 grandchildren; and 21 great grandchildren. The Rev. Robert Leege will officiate at the services and burial will be in Spring Creek Cemetery near Ruskin. Miss Stephenson Dies At Santa Fe Annabelle Stephenson, sister of the late R. J. Stephenson, died April 23 in St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe, N. M. She was born and raised in Superior and was a graduate of Superior High School in 1917. After teaching in the rural schools around Superior, she attended Greeley Teachers College, Greeley, Colo., and taught school in the Santa Fe, N. M., schools until her retirement in 1959. Miss Stephenson is survived by her sister, Florence, who lives in Santa Fe, three nieces and a nephew. Mrs. Oellerich Dies At Omaha Funeral services for Mrs. Paula Oellerich, 78, were held Monday afternoon at Davenport at the Christ Lutheran Church. She died at the St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha last Friday. She was born in Hamburg, Germany, and came to the United States and the Daven- port area in 1912. She lived most of her life in the Davenport community until moving to Omaha in 1967. Survivors are one son, Melvin, of Omaha and one daughter, Mrs. Helen Gage of Milo, Mo. Her husband, William, preceded her in death. Funeral Friday For Mrs. Houtz Funeral services for Mrs. W. W. Houtz, 82, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, May 12, at the Montgomery-Williams Funeral Home in Superior, the Rev. Lloyd Monhkern, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior. Mrs. Houtz died Tuesday evening at the Nuckolls County Hospital in Superior. She was born at Phillipsburg, Kan., and had been a Superior resident for the past 47 years. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Superior. She is survived by her husband, William W. Houtz of Superior; four sons, J. Ivan Houtz of Denver, Donald W. and Wyeth Houtz of Wray, Colo., and Wayne Houtz of San Marino, Calif.; and five :grandchildren. A seven pound daughter, Stacy Nicole, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seefield at the Boone County Hospital in Albion. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld of Oak. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swanson of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Art Thompson of Hardy were in Grand Island, April 28, to see their new grandson, Bradley Edward, born April 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson. He weighed six pounds and 13 ounces and was 19 inches long. Bradley has a sister, Amy, three. parents. Mrs. Mary Mueller of Thursday, May 11, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Nelson is a great great grand- mother and Mrs. G. A.  ill I I I is I gO Tavenner of Superior a step- great great grandmother. Mrs. A mon urselves Anderson is the former , Rosemary Sund. By H. M. truly Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sehultz of Lincoln are the parents of a son, Anthony Charles, born May 3 at St. Elizabeth Community Health Center. Mrs. Schultz is the former Janice Tambke. They have another son, Christopher. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tambke of Ruskin. Great grandparents are Mrs. Ova Schultz of Ruskin, Seren Nelson of Hardy and Mrs. Mildred Crane of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gumaer of Nelson are the parents of an eight pound, six and one-fourth ounce daughter, Rebecca Lee, born Monday. May 1, at the Nuckolls County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gumaer have a son, Jonathan, eight, and Caroline, five. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Potdmann of Deshler and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gumaer of Fairbury. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fangmeier of Gilead and Mrs. Ella Achtemeier of Fairbury. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gunn of Chester are the parents of a daughter, Angela Michelle, born May 4 at the Republic County Hosnital in Belleville. She weighed seven pounds, six ounces, Mrs. Gunn is the former Arletta Doehring. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Doehring of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Gunn of Hardy. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Canning of Belleville, Mrs. Gladys Doehring of Hebron and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gunn of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Hoins of Davenport are the parents of a son bern May 5 at the Fillmore County Hospital in Geneva. He weighed six pounds and 11 ounces and has been named Justin Perry. He has a brother, Jeffery, who will be four in June. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoins and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keim of Davenport are the grandparents. May 9-Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powell, Nelson. May 10-Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Drohman, Nelson. Admitted: Howard Nicholson, Superior; Mrs. Cora Turner, Superior; Mrs. Elme] Paul, Hardy; Andrew Wyatt, Superior; Mrs. Clifford Snavely, Superior; George Johnson, Superior; Mrs. Michael (}ass, Edgar; Dennis Fuller, Superior; Isaac Howard, Superior; Dana Hobelman, Deshler; Dwayne Bostelman, Superior; Mrs. Pearl Dey, Superior; Wendell Ritterling, Byron; Carl Samsula, Oak; and O. R. Basart, Mankato. Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the services for Mrs. Fern Jensen on Thursday of last week were Ray Smalley, Medford, Ore.; Mrs. Mamie Bramwell, Los Gates, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kramer and Tommy, Abileue, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. David Kramer, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jensen, Sid- ney, Neb.; Mrs. Bernice Jensen Mr. and Mrs. A five pound, seven ounce and Connie, Morrill, Neb.; Mrs. baby daughter, Tammy Lynn, Robert Jensen and Rodney, W, L. (Dutch) WiJJcox was born to Mr. andMrs. Gene Watterville, Kan.;Sr. andMrs. Buresh of Deshler in the Fairbury hospital. Grand- Vaden Smalley, Marysville, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Er- Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Victor nest Buresh of Oak and Mr. and McClure, Beatrice; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Willett, Thayer, Mrs. Edward Bodkey of Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence u!g / / Fairbury. Trachsel, Goodland, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moffett, Mr.andMrs. Roy Anderson of Hastings; Mr. andMrs. Lavern Guide Rock are the parents of a Troudt, Alma; Mr. and Mrs. daughter bern Sunday, May 7, at the Webster County Hospital. John Hart, Enid, Okla.; Mrs. She has been named Dawn Doris Burkett, Ruskin; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moon, Fairfield; ,=-==-,,=,,vn'nnrnu' Denise. Grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William H. / and Mrs. George Sund and Mr. Sorensen and Mrs. Christee and Mrs. Ralph Anderson of    JdL1?l,, " . - Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. on00omo-and Mrs. Verma Sunct of Guide Rock and Mrs. Lydia Kott- meyer are the great grand- Andersen, Lincoln; Mrs. Marion Gillilan, Glenvil; and many other relatives and friends of the surrounding communities of Hardy, Ruskin and Nelson. It's Carnival Time At Your Morris Paint Decorating Center Watch next week's Express for all the Carnival of Home Decorating Values Starting May 15 through Memorial Day Jennie's Hobby Haven 448 Central Superior, Neb. DEKALB E-57 Hybrid Sorghum A real "world beater" when it comes to high yielding -standing and drouth resist- ance power. Recommended for either dryland or irrigation. Its large bronze grain is known for its heavy test weight and feeding quality. "'DKALB" IS Relllsterad Brand Name. E-57 | a v,wlety destllnitlon. MORE FARMERS PLANT DEKALB THAN ANY OTHER BRAND Arnold Hansen Ruskin 226-2191 Bill Ferguson Oak 225-2297 Herman Mertens Nelson 225.3297 Bryce Ohmstede Guide Rock 257-2925 Deweese Grain Deweese 262.2571 Eldon Eitzman Hardy 279-3277 A snoopy Italian photographer caught Aristotle and LiE, cooing and sipping champagne, at midnight, in a cozy little nook in Rome recently. Then the photog, at a safe distance, took up vigil, and reported that the pair left at 5 a.m. My goodness, what will Richard and our Jackie think when they hear about that. Publication-of top secret Pentagon papers, while the war is still in progress, was cer- tainly a disloyal act, and was considered by many as bor- dering on treason. The thief who stole the papers will go to prison, but the columnist who first wrote about them, and the newspaper that published them in full were awarded the coveted Pulitzer prizes, for back. A caboose has been added to the train, and diesels have replaced the old steam locomotives. A friend of mine mildly rebuked me the other day for my irregularity in church at- tendance. I admit to having been somewhat lax of late, but if the truth were known, my record of actual time in the pews, would compare favorably with that of my critic. For many years in my youth I sat through sermons of 1V2 to two hours duration, not only on Sunday morning, but again on Sunday evening. Of course it was not all entirely to my credit, for mast of the time I was there under duress, but I don't regret it now at all, for I must have ab- sorbed some good from those excellence in journalism. Old long sermons, that has kept me Joe Pulitzer, if he could hear out of jail all these years. about that, would turn over in his grave. My past performance however, is no good excuse for The pollsters who had Senator not attending church now, and I Muskie the winner nearly intend to start going again, any everywhere, until the primaries time now. Clergymen are more indicated otherwise, haven't considerate and are better been so wrong since they qualified, in this day and age, predicted Atf Landon as the and everyone should go to winner over Franklin D. church on Sunday. No one wants Roosevelt, for the presidency in to live in a town where there are  1936. no churches, and Superior has a Superior is coming into its own as a tourist center, and a group of 26, especially in- terested in railroads, from the eastern part of the state, was here Saturday seeing the sights. They inspected the state's third largest railroad yards, saw the Ideal Cement Company's big plant, and took a ride on the Cement Plant Special, over the world's shortest interstate railroad I noticed that passenger accomodations on this line have improved somewhat since the last time I made the trip to the quarry and number of them, with able and sincere pastors. SPECIAL 175cc 21.5 Horsepower KAWASAKI $675 through Ny 20 Burts' Kawasaki Cycles i07*East 6fh Concordia, Kan. 66901 III 1 II ii ii New Management I have taken over Nancy's Beauty Shop in Hardy. I hope to serve all her customers as she has in the past and welcome new ones. Formally worked af Bev's Beauty Shop in Superior. Make Your Appointments Now ........ Mrs. Charlene Hansen Phone 279-3635 Hardy, Nebraska I J I I I I I II III I i i i i | For An Appointment With Trained Courteous Memorial Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumental Need Large or Small t'nntact Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig Phone 62%3845 Shickley, Neb. Representing Palmers Brothers Granite Co. Holdrege, Neb. 52 Years under the same management illl i i i III I II I I I II Weekly Report From The..... Superior Livestock Comm. Co., Inc. The sale was small Saturday on account of the weather. We had a good run of pigs and they sold on a real active market. The cattle we had sold real good. We are expecting a good run of livestock this week if weather permits. If you have stock to sell call us and we'll advertise them for you. We will have a good run of livestock next week. Listen to KRFS and KMMJ at 7:30 Saturday morning for Saturday's consignments. CERTIFIED LIVESTOCK MARKET FARM TO MARKET INSURANCE I S00o.e Livestock oimission Ce. Inc. Dean Jones, Owner NelsonPhone bS-4281 Andy Montgomery, Mgr. Superior--Phone 8794004 Barn Phone 879-3711 II I II I