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Thursday, May34, 1973 jr, and baby moved their Good and Miss Lila Oltmans trailer home from their former attended the funeral of their home at Raymond, Nab., to the cousin. Loren Balderson, at farm place of his parents, Mr. Cortland, Neb., Saturday. and Mrs. Carl Mueller, sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Raymund Statz will now be farming with his gave a reception for their By Mrs. V. H. Linnemann Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson and father, daughter, Pamela Sue, upon her Mrs. Ed Hudson went to Carol were guests Sunday Mr. andMrs. RaymundStatz, graduation from Nelson High Lincoln Wednesday to bring evening in the Harry Robinson Paul and Pamela attended School following baccalaureate Carol home from the Univer-home after graduation exer- baccalaureate services at Services. Mr. and Mrs Harlan sity. cises. Tom Robinson was one of Harvard May 20. Mrs. State Woodside, Patsy, Steven and Last Tuesday evening the 2-R the graduates, nephew, James Farrand, was a Susan of Cozad, Mrs. Zoe school patrons had a Mrs. Lester Wissing, Gary member of the class. Farrand, Mr. and Mrs. Orval cooperative supper. The pupils and Lana called on Mrs. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Art Fray and Rargen of Superior, Mr. and and teachers presented a Miller and family one evening Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert Mrs. McKinley Adamson, Mrs. program and a baseball gamelast week. were Thursday morning callers Hazel J. Statz, Mr. and Mrs. were the highlights of the last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. at the Marvin Ruhga home. Earl Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. day of their school. Loren Ahrens and family were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Oltman~ Joseph Ferebee, Mrs. Milton Mrs. Vician Jordan of visitors in the home of Mr. and accompanied Mr. and ~ Ferebee, and Bette and Paul i~ Hastings brought her father, Mrs. Bob Zeigier and family. Marvin Oltmans to Kearney Statz, all of Nelson were guests. Ray Sigman, home for a three- Sunday evening guests in the Sunday They were supper Mr. and Mrs. Raymund Statz day pass from the Veterans V. H, Linnemann home were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnentertained the following after Hospital at Grand Island. He Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carpenter, Lanham and Troy in Kearney.commencement at their farm spent the weekend at his home Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebeen,Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanham home in honor of Pamela: in Superior and was a visitor in the Delmar Shrontz home on Saturday. Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Florence Wages were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nielsen of Superior. Bruce Stiles was. a dirmer guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher and Shirley. Mrs. Soren Thomsen returned ! Jan and Daryl Wilton of :! Lincoln came home to spend the Pleasant View were also supper guests. Cheryl and Anita Myers of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans Lincoln, Mrs. Zoo Farrand, Mr. attended the graduation of and Mrs. Elmer Giger, Mr. and Kathy Good Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lester Schwass of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge ofSuperior, Mr. and Mrs. Superior were callers on Friday Clarence Farrand, Mary Beth, afternoon in the Henry Malpert and James of Harvard, Mrs. home. Byron Gass of Edgar, Mrs. brought her home from Omaha _ Anita and Cheryl Myers were Hazel J. Stats, Mrs. Howard and Darrel. Melvin and he spent the weekend with evening dinner 0ison, Annette, Lyn and Christy Delmar Shrontz, Peggy his parents. Mrs. Thomsenin me home of Mr. and Mrs. and Bette and Paul Statz of Loft went howling .last spent two weeks in the Leland Raymund Statz and family.Nelson. afternoon. Other Daniels home in Cincinnati, They came to attend Pamela's Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. with them were helping care for her grandson, graduation. Statz, Paul and Pamela, Mrs. Scott, Mr, and Mrs. Don Shroyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Royce Hazel J. Statz, and Zoe Farrand The occasion and family and Mr. and Mrs. of Kansas City, Kan., were of Superior attended graduation to celebrate Peggy's birth- Bryce Hay and family an. Saturday evening supper guests exercises for Bette J. Statz .o the Moat- tertained relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. Friday at St. Paul's Methodist ferret- Sunday evening after tom-Mr. and Mrs. Vic Niel m had Church. Bette graduated from mencement exercises to honor astheir guests Tuesday evening Lincoln General School of Mrs. Pearl Schultz was a Janet and Phyllis Shroyer and after commencement in honor May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and family dinner guest Sunday of Mr, and Nancy Ray at the Leslie Hotel, of their son, Howard, theStatz gave a reception for Bette after commencement to honor Mrs. Ea Hudson and Carol.= .... ==---==-_- ....... following: Mrs. VivianJ0rdan following her graduatinn. Those Lindaonhergraduafion. MYRL FLICKINGER and his wife, Francis, of Hastings were honored May 15 by Walnut Grove Products, Division of W. R. Grace & Co., for 23 years of service to Nebraska llvestock feeders. Warren Hutchinson, Mr. Flickinaer's first Division N~Inager, presented a dlamond ring to him on behalf of Walnut Grove during a banquet at the Golf & Country Club at Atlantic, lowa. Mr. and Mrs. Flickinger are former Superior residents. of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Ross attending were Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. Fern Cassell and Don Reeve and Dwayne of Aurora,Statz, Paul and Pamela, Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sell summer months with their Mrs. Alvin Nielsen of Omaha, Hazel J. Statz, Mrs. Zoe at Sugar Creek, Mo., over the ~, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence By Home Imarovement rSub Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nielsen of Farrand, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur weekend. Mrs. Cassell and Don WflMi s " ERa Lirmemaun, Mrs.KarenMr. _._andjunker._..M of q m._..Kearnev.._...1 ..... Rockport,jerry_ Mo., Mr.of t ummm,"an" Mrs.__ HaRanMr. andandMrs.DaVidRonfTerryFremnt'and homeViSited ofTerryMr. Grueberand Mrs.at .--v N Lin E. W. Linnenmnn and Mrs. Ann Sunday guests in the Frank eb., Richard Rinm of cola,Brian of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Grueber Sunday. Hall of Grand Island came Drudik home. Mrs. Larry Nielu~ and sons, Clarence Farrand and Mary Friday overnight guests of Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mr. and Mra. Art Brennfoeder Mr.mldMn.J,P. Nielmm, Mr. Beth and Sharon Dixon of Brenda and Gayle Follmer Girl Scout Troop No. 89 has Mrs. V. H. Lirmemann. of Edgar and Franoes Drudik of and Mrs. Emll Jelm~ and Mrs. Harvard, Mr. and Mrs. Richard were Nancy Schwaninger and been busy the last few weeks. Kelly Pearce spent ~t. Nelson were Wednesday af- Dorthaa Nielsen of Superlor, Jorg~men, Shelia and Shelly of Melinda Wallman of North We made Easter favors for the Mr. and Mrs. Chester Barge,Omaha and Anita, Cheryl andPlatte, Neb.Theglrlswerohere diuner traysat the hospital and weekend with Mr. and ternoon visitors of Susan Dawn &mlek, Dave Clahaugh Marcia My~ of Lincoln. Mike Sullivan and Aaron. Ruhga. to visit the Future Homemakers Good ~lrnaritan Center. They Last Friday theBasverville Mr. andMrs. JeromeMazma- andMichelleSoulek. ..................... of America Chapter. spent the last three weeks School district had a end family were Sunday ~ Anita Welch of Curtis, Nab., Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Kelm learning to do ceramics, under cooperattve dinner at noon. This guests of Mrs. Mary Ma~ur. was a Thureday Mad ~ of Hastings and Rawley Keimthe direction of Mrs. Arlo was the pupils last day of Several ~ and friends guest in the home of Mr. and were Sunday dinner guests of Doehriug. The projects they did school, attended a reception for Susan Mrs. Raymund Statz. Mrs. Zoo Mr. and Mrs. Louis Keim.Mr.in ceramics were given to their Heather Nielsen spent ~ P, uhga at the home of her Farrand has been a guest of Mr. By Highland Club and Mrs. Sabert Keim and Mrs. mothers for Mother's Day. They Wednasday and Thursday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and Mrs. Statz the past week. Mr: and Mrs. Don Follmer Louis Keim called on Mr. and practiced for the Brownie Fly. of Anna and Elva Mumma on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen visited Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Beck of Salinas, Calif., Friday evening. Highland school closed Friday with a picnic at noon. Girl Scout news ./ Mr. and Mrs. RtJhga, Tm lay evening after Sunday dinner guests of Mr. were hosts at a reception in Mrs. Charley Kelm and Larry Up ceremonies Monday which e her parents commencement and Dan Shaw and family honor of Craig Follmer on his in the afternoon, will be May 21, and will also be were to another house Mr. andMrs. GeneHolste of Gulda Rock were Mrs. Wllbur greduatinnTulmdaynl6htafter Mrs. Fern Rouse and Mr. and the last meetmg for the school in rior. attended the funeral of Bill Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ketmeth commencement. Those presmt Mrs. Earl Schufeldt were year. Same of the troop will be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward of Lavelle at Polk, Neb.,BoyceofKanmmCity, Kan.,Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sunday dinner guests of Car- attending camp one week in Mra., Boyd and Mm. Earl $choof of Oak, Follmer and JaKm, Mr. and men Page. Mother S Day with Mr. mad Mm. Tom Wll m mad Mi'& O. P. Floy Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce, Mr. June.suggestedMrS.to JOlmmeet atWagnerleast oncehaS Mrs. Christina Brian ot Nelson, Dabble Mr. and M_,,s. Guy Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma and each month during the summer and , and Mrs. Ed Troudt, Mr. and Lila Bruce were stwper guests vacation. L and family, guests later in the Leonard Roger Corman, Wortman home to honor Jim University of Wisconsin at on his graduation. Madison. Irvin and Roger grade room pupils of the Beavervllle visited the Sullivan to the a picnic Mrs Nielsen, Mi . Howard Hanmm aiiid MiZ. Paul and Ken- children of Laurel, Nab., visited hath, Vicki Culbertson, Maria in the.home of Mr. and Mrs. Man-s, Diaun Follar and Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. Gladys Wahhor and Mr..and Mrs. Gary Orr of Omaha vlsited in the Ivan Jacobitz home Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. On" were Sunday dion gusts. Lulu Webher and Gladys their lunch aft W dmr were guuts of Mr. and comm, ent Tuesday Mrs. Ivan Jaenbitz and family their son, from Tuesday to Thursday, coming to attend the com. Gwen Jones visited with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard attended the Patti ~ and Brant of of Terea~ Satanta, Kan., at the home of LET YOU HIM DESIGN A AND Mrs. Relser'a mother, Mrs. Rosa Corman, Friday af- t~. Mr. and Mn. Ed Sekora and i! $8,521.82 1,042.95 .... II Balance Carried over from report of 5.1.72 i Total Balance to account for $9,564.77 DISBURSEMENTS Br(~lsfone Memor ill Hospi tai Sd,O00.O0 Real Estate Taxes-farm 647.84 Stubbs Agency Insurance Premium 183.33 Ace Consffucfion Co., Waterway 115.~ Air Spray of pasture for weed control 90.00 Fertilizer 88.90 Grass Seed for waterway 8.86 /~(" Deposit Box rent 400 Grain Tax 319 Total Paid Out $7,141. ~2 For An A intment . 2,423.65 Wi h Trained Courteous iNVESTMENTS Memoria I Counselors u s. Treasury Bonds $36,500.00 Farmers Bank, Certificates of Deposit 23,800.00 Who Can Take Care of Every Security Bank, CerJitica es ot Deposit 23,500.00 First Federal of Superior ]3,000.00 M, onumer ta Need La rge or Sma '.t To~a~ Permanent Investments 96,800.00 Contact This report prepared and presented by Oran King. Mrs,. Ludw Signed arid approved by the Endowment Board of Edwin .. ,he M,,.,o, ia, .ospi,al .,soci t,on ~'ho~ e ~:~:~ ~4:'~ Shicktey, Nab.rids 5fh day of May, }973 ;~ep~ esenlqng Palmers Brothers Granite Co. Arvon Marcotte Hoitrege, Nab Minor Baird ~2 '(ea~ ~mde~ the ~arrle mar~ageme;~ Oran King - .... -~ ..................................... I I'lllll IllllllU [lllqIHlllll I I residentscannot Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Flickinger of Hastings were honored here May 15 by Walnut Grove Products, Division of W. R. Grace & Co., with a day of special recognition activities. Upon his retirement May 1, Mr. Flickinger completed 23 years of serwce to livestock feeders in the Aurora-Hastings- Superior area of Nebraska. As one of the companies first salesmen in the state, Mr. Flickinger's leadership was .|nstrumental in the develop- ment of 4x4 feed sales throughout Nebraska. He never finished below 10th in company sales volume during his first 20 years. In 1962 he was the company's sales leader. Mr. Flickinger and his wife were flown to Atlantic, Iowa in the company's airplane for the "Myrl Flickinger Day" ac- tivities. Included was a tour of all of Walnut Grove's manufacturing and research facilities and visits with many friends. A diamond ring and plaque were presented to Mr. Flickinger during an evening banquet in his honor. Mr. and Mrs. Flickinger are the parents of Mrs. Dale Michels of Superior. (Continued from Page 1) with all of them. Some of the veteran senators realize this and attempt to take advantage of the situation. Hopefully, the worst decisions will be caught on final reading, but after the hectic pace of the last few days, I really wonder. Key legislative actions have focused on the fuel shortage, a bank bill and the capital con- struction budget. Virtually all of the rural senators, including myself, have inst4mces in their districts of fuel shortages. We are now acting in several dif- ferent ways to try to deal with this problem. LB 587 was in- troduced at the last minute as a means of forcing oil companies to continue supplying jobbers whom they have supplied in the past the same way they supply their own stations. This bill has a good chance of passage. Legislative Resolution 34 was adopted this past week. This resolution calls on the people of Nebraska to recognize the energy crisis and to start fuel down our cars, reducing the etc. we choice but to mandatory crisis is real Several have also been regarding the including troduced to which the have to deal shortage as mination of priorities. The bank bill present a ha very many there were The bill, which second detached facility, was legislature, governor and the~ the governor's of the bill towards I agreed who argued improved LB 312 as banking, strongly oppose. The biggest week was tempt by the line on the parently has Monday retirement bill,.' tag of $1.6 in spite of our mination to propriation bills budget bills There was no spending When we legislature had million to the construction There were amendments, propriatious struction of diagnostic cent~ facilities, but money was against the bill the tax of an additional It is obvious battle over struction after the his veto fought on June this session. 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