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June 22, 1972

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 :4A mE stmzmoa EXPRESS Thursday, June 22, 1972 ....................... Jensen and family at Mankato. Cadams News Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Grove and family were Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove, Mike Utecht and Jim Trail. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carman accompanied Mr. mui Mrs. Earl Carman to Hastings to visit Mrs. Nellie 'owning and her housnguests, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bergman of Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cottam and family spent the weekend in the home of Bartley Johnson at Memphis, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family Friday evening. day Mr. and Mn. Darrell Jetmen and sons were dinner guests of Mr. andMrs. George i i ii 1ii ii Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma attended the Hill family picnic at Nelson Sunday. Guests in their home following the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill of O'Neill, Neb., and their grandson, Shane, of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Spath and Bill of Malcolm, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Washburn of Fairfield. Father's Day dinner guests in the Clarence Simonsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortensen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carman called on Gayle Gunn at Hardy SUnday afternoon. Keith Erickson was an overnight guest Monday of Dennis Smith in the Norman Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family, Bill Mills of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brakhnge and family of I I I I Public Auction Household Goods And Antiques IFriday, June 23 5"30 p.m. At 517 Dakota Street, Superior Elsie Cannon Estate Charles H. Graben, Adminstrator George Johnson, Attorney Andy Montgomery, Farmers State Bank, Auctioneer Clerk I II I I IIllll Illlllll II II Tobias were Father's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage of Ruskin. Tuesday evening visitors in the Ron Hofts home were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Mikkelsen and sons of Ruskin. Visitors Sunday afternoon in the Leslie Erickson home were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Intermill of Jewell. Mrs. Freda Hamel of Nelson called on Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove Sunday evening. Supper guests Sunday in the Earl Corman lme were Rev. and Mrs. Don Wilson and family of Courfland, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corman and family. Fairview Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schiermeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Sd Mueller, Mrs. Frank Adams and Mrs. Ethel Clabaugh en- joyed a cooperative vicnic supper Friday evening with Mrs. Ola Meyer, honoring her on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. August Hoppe of Jansen, Neb., called Monday on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller and Mrs. Mary Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller visited Sunday afternoon with Walden and Ruth Rathbun. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert were Lila and Betty Grummert, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Franzen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Grummert of Omaha attended the funeral of Henry Grummert and also visited his mother, Mrs. Margaret Grummert, and Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz and family were hosts at a family dinner Sunday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, jr., and Laurie of Elk Horn, Wisc. Father's Day supper guests in the Ralph Mumma home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and Fred and Mrs. Mary Snyder of Hastings, and Mrs. Anna Mumma. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schier- meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schiermeyer and sons, Mrs. John Debus and family and L. M. Andersen enjoyed a picnic in the park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer, Ron, Jeanne and Jeanne visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartman, Kathleen and Janice, Mrs. Jim Ferebee, Karen and Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wqliams, Steven and Donald were Sunday dinner guests in the Loren Bailey home. They celebrated Father's Day and also Phyllis Hartman's birth- day. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, jr., Mrs. Ben Shaw, Diane and Ben and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. James Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckert, Mrs. Adalla Gebers and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Frieda Frahrn. For further information mail coupon to Morton Buildings, Box 202 MInden, Neb. Phone 308-832-1715. We will erect a 42x63' Model 82B building for $4,470 plus tax within 50 miles of Minden. Name ....................................... Address ............................ ........................................ 0 .... Phone No ................................... I Summertime is saving time at Penneys. So hurry in. ! ,\\; / f Sale 3 for 25s Reg. 3 for 2.98. Polyester/cotton , knit T-shirt, athletic shirt or brief, plus a polyester/cotton boxer short. All cut for comfort and Penn-Prest to need no ironing. White. Shirts, 36 to 46. Brief or shorts, 30 to 40. Stock up and save. Sale prices effective through Saturday. Special 2 tr$5 Plush 100 percent Polyester tank tops for a soft summer in lots of solid colors. For misses' sizes S, M, L. Sale Entire Stock of Novelty Curtains 15%o. JCPenney The values are here every day. 00[]News Davenport Clubs The Clever Clovers and the Davenport Dolls 4-H Clubs held their sixth meeting at the Don Heinrichs home. President Becky Jagels called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by giving ideas for a float for Davenport's Achievement Day. Two members were absent. Mrs. Bates demonstrated yeast rolls. The members brought loaves of bread which wer judged. The members sampled the rolls for lunch and planned a traveling supper which will be held June 22. The Clever Clovers prac- ticed singing. Jolly Green Clovers The Jolly Green Clovers 4-H club met June 12 in the Methodist church basement. The meeting was called to order by president, Alice Voigt. Secretary Denise Skinner called roll. Alice Voigt demonstrated peanut butter drop cookies. All 4-H members brought cookies to be judged. Junior leaders Joanne Karnatz and Joyce Becwar, demonstrated the quick mix one-egg cake and the oper ways of adjusting and ting a pattern for our sewing project. The next meeting will be June 19 at 2 p,m. Roll will he answered by the cake we made during the past week. Each is supposed to bring a pattern she ,chose and material. Cookies were served for lunch. Fire Department Called The Superior Volunteer Fire Department was called to the Adams Brothers farm west of the Portland Heights School shortly before seven o'clock Wednesday morning. A tractor had caught fire and was en- dangering buildings on the farm. ii Proceedings Of The City Council City Hall, Superior, Nebraska, June 5, 1972, 8:00 p.m. Regular session of City Council was called to order by Mayor Alexander with the following Councilmen present: Kile, Long, Meier, Studier, Woerner. Absent: none. The minutes of the meetings of May 15, 1972 and May 25, 1972 were read and approved. Moved by Woerner, seconded by Kile that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and in- structed to enter into a renewal of maintanee agreement No. 31 with the Nebraska Department of Roads for the period Jan. 1, 1972 to Dec. 31, 1972. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Studier, Woerner. Absent: none. The resignation of Larry Weeke as Zomng Enforcement Officer was read. Moved by Kile, seconded by Long that the resignation he accepted. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Studier, Woerner. Absent: none. Moved by Kile, seconded by Meier that the City Light Dept. be authorized and instructed to install a new street light at the intersection of 13th and Mon- tana Streets. Yea: Kile, Long, Mier, Studier, Woerner. Ab- sent: none. Moved by Long, seconded by Studier that the City Council hold a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. on June 19, 1972 in the Council chambers of the Municipal Auditorium to act upon the recomendation of the Planning Commission to rezone a part of the NWV4 of NEV4 of Section 25, Township IN, Range 7W, Nuckolls County from Agriculture to Residential If. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Studier, Woerner. Absent: none. The problem of living is to find time for the things that we would like to do. MEGRUE. PRICE Funeral Home Wayne Megrue-John Price-Ron Korbelik ii Member of: The , ,the Order GoidenRule i i i Serving Superior and the surrounding area. i i the following claims were read: Ernest Bridwell, salary 222.33 Bettie Bruns, salary 31.26 Barney Crook, salary 196.82 Wilma Dominy, salary 58.67 Edgar Jacobitz, salary 191.62 Wilford Lemke, salary 158.13 Emery Martin, salary 227.37 Floyd Mendenhall, salary 168.20 Donald Meyer, salary 127.68 Leon Morris, salary 183.88 Willard Springer, salary 16.84 Cecil Stuck, salary 189.69 Julene Sullivan, salary 45.58 Richard Sullivan, salary 283.15 Robert Webber, salary 196.82 Superior Volunteer Fire Dept., fire school 450.00 Ernest Bridwell, salary 189.69 Bettie Brunn, salary 28.04 Galen Cook, salary 140.14 Barney Crook, salary 173.57 David Downing, salary 94.80 Wilford Lemke, salary 126.20 Emery Martin, salary 227.98 Rosella Martin, salary 28.44 Floyd Mendenhall, salary 163.11 Donald Meyer, salary 40.07 Leon Morris, salary 180.72 Cecil Stuck, salary 189.69 Julene Sullivan, salary 4.58 Richard Sullivan, salary 283.15 Robert Webber, salary 172.82 City Hall, Superior, Nebraska, June 6, 1972, 8:00 p.m. Organizational meeting of City Council was called to order by Mayor Alexander with the following Councilmen" present: Kile, Long, Meier, Studier, Woerner, Absent: none. Mayor Alexander declared the meeting was now in session for organizational purposes only. Councilman Studier was elected president of the Council by unanimous vote of the City Council members. Mayor Alexander made the following appointments: George L. Whitney, jr., as City Clerk--Treasurer at a salary of $200.00 per month. Samuel Scever, as City At- torney at a salary of $150.00 per month for regular duties and negotiated fees for special services. Dr. Paul J. Hallgrinmon as City Physician at a salary of $100.0o per year. Dean Hall as Fire Depart- ment Secretary at a salary of $100.00 per year. Willard Springer as Fire Chief at a salary of $150.00 per year. Mitchell Moret as Civil Defense director without salary. Mrs. Estel Teachworth as member of library board for a five year term without salary. Alfred Klaasmeyer as a member of the park board for a three year term without salary. Richard Sullivan as auditorium custodian at a salary of $175.00 per month. Proclamation... As Mayor of the City of Superior, I Proclaim that is shall be lawful to sell fireworks, of the kind specified as "Permissable Fireworks" by the statutes of the State of Nebraska within the corporate limits of Superior between June 21 and July 4, 1972 and that it shall be lawful for persons to ignite the same or cause the same to be ex- ploded within such city on July 3, 4 and 5, only, during said year. Dated June 19, 1972 FREDRICK ALEXANDER, Mayor NOTICE! It is unlawful to throw fireworks from cars, on the streets, or at pedestrians, on the above date or at any time. Guilty parties will be arrested and prosecuted according to law. EMERY MARTIN, Chief of Police Cecil Thompson Police Matron at $1.25 per hour. Richard enforcement salary. The following police without Stuck Lemke, Donald Me Raymond John Lowery, Victor Jorgensen, Zadina. a Dayre Williams of the Authority to term of The following Aging committee to serve one year without Kile, Harold Rev. Albert Williams Margaret Moved by Studier pointments Kile, Long, M Woerner. The following for hourly time at the half for all time per week. Emery Martin Police at Leon Morris Chief of I Barney Police at $2.27 Robert Police at Cecil Stuck as missioner at Ernest Street per hour. Wilford Department at Floyd Street hour. In addition, may join the Hospitalization adopted with ilu percent of premium and ployee may eligible deducted from wages. Moved by Kilt Stuider that peintments be Kile, Long, Woerner. Mayor Harry Third of said office. seconded by appointment Yea: Kile, Studier, none. Mayor the following mittees. Building solid waste chairman, Finance: Robinson. Public chairman, Purchase chairman Street chairman, Moved t Woerner that Bank the Security Superior, designated e: the funds of Yea: Kile, Studier, none. The bonds d and Treasurer he Kile, Lon Woerner. The list of Superior read, The meeting FredriC Mayor city WATER FAIL AG Ing, let us nice new system J.E. 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