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Superior 15, 1972) To A. P. Chesney, B. E. Coulter, Michael l, Joseph Kimmel, Mrs. Mrs. John Peacock, Lulu Fenimore, P. Coppack, Lewis Larson, all persons interest lots in Cemetery, The north of the south one- , Lot 27; the north (4) north of the Section 1, feet of the Section I, Lot (4) feet of the Section 1, Lot (9) feet and the of Section 8, (5) feet of of Section 8, (5) feet of 8; 3, "LOt 14; the of Section 2, feet north of the Section 6, , feet of the 7 feet six (6) feet of 3; the south six north one-half of 48: the south feet and thirteen of the north 6, Lot 26; of the south of Section 2, Lot south of the feet, Section feet south of ) feet, Section 5, Evergreen the the Ladies n Cemetery reclaim said lots of yearly have fifteen last date of notice within pay all with and reclaim You fat to act such lots will of the Cemetery lh day of June he Corporation Inc,, whose is Box 68957. nature of the  transacted is the and selling of authorized Two Hundred Twenty of which will me of com- and the bytbe The Cor- bnsine and is to have Its affairs a i, Treasurer and as may be 29-3c 1972) The entire revenue of said Village raised by taxation for the previous fiscal year was $5,749.00. Passed and approved June 26, 1972. ATTEST: Vinton L. Clark Chairman Clyde Cramer Clerk (SEAL) 26-4c (First Published in the Superior Express July 13, 1972) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate No. 4344 of Henry Grumrdert, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska; as.: All creditors of said estate take notice that the time limited for filing claims against said estate is Oct. 21, 1972, and for payment of debts is Nov. I, 1973, and that a hearing will be had on Nov. I, 1972, at 3 o'clock p.m., in the court, when I will examine and allow, disallow or adjust all claims and objections duly fried and enter an order barring all claims not filed. Dated July I0, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge. W. E. Garrison, Attorney 28-3c (First Published in the Superior Express June 22, 1972) NOTICE OF HEARING Estate No. 4342 of Clarence A. Bailey, 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 Ruth Berniece Schriever as administratrix of said estate which has been set down for bearing in this court on July 10, 1972, at 10 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated June 15, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge. George F. Johnson, jr., ' Attorney 25-3c (First Published in the Superior Express June 22,1972) NOTICE OF HEARING Estate No. 4344 of Henry Gummert, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss.: All persons interested in said estate take notice that a petition has been filed for Probate of the last will appointment of Albert Grummer[ as Executor of said estate which has been set down for hearing in this court on July 10,1972, at 11 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated June 20, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge. W. E. Garrison, Attorney 25-3c (First Published in the Superim" (First Published in the Superior Express July 6, 1972) NOTICE OF HEARING Estate No. 4346 of Cora B. Turner, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckells County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss.: All persons interested in said estate take notice that a petition has been filed for appointment of Fern Morris and Grace L. Erickson as admintstratrlces of said estate which has been set down for hearing in this court on July 24, 19, at I0 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated June 20, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge George F. Johnson, jr., Attorney 27-3c PROCLAMATION Be is hereby proclaimed that pursuant to the provisions of Section 84-1401 and 1402 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes, as amended by the 1972 Legislature, notice of each convened meeting, whether regular or special, of the City Council of the City of Superior will be posted, along with a tentative agenda of topics to be discussed, in the window of the Superior City Auditorium in advance of each such meeting. Proclaimed by me this 6th day of July, 1972. Fred Alexander Mayor Attest: George L. Whitney, jr., City Clerk 29-Ic (First Published in the Superior Express July 13, 1972) NOTICE FOR OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to Federal laws and regulations, the Superior Airport Authority, Sponsor for the Municipal Airport, affords the opportunity for a public hearing to be held by interested persons and agencies. The proposed airport development, Project No. 7-31- 0080-01, is briefly described as acquire land and clear zones; grading of a landing strip and surfacing of a NW-SE run- way, taxiway and apron; fencing; construction of a segmented circle and wind cone; and obstruction removal. The Sponsor hereby advises all persons that a statement concerning the proposed project, "Preliminary En- vironmental Statement," is presently available for review and may be seen at the office of First Federal Savings and Loan from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., on all days except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. This Preliminary Environmental Statement will permit an opportunity for all persons to become acquainted with the airport's proposal and possible concern to them, and an opportunity to express their views on the proposed development. The Sponsor hereby extends an opportunity for a hearing for the express purpose of con- sidering the economic, social and environmental effects of the proposed project. Should a public hearing be desired, please make a written request including reasons for a hearing to the Superior Airport Authority, Sponsor for the airport, on or before Aug. 15, 1972. In the event a request for a hearing is received on or before the specified date, an an- nouncement of a public hearing will be published in this same newspaper, together with a date, time and place that the hearing will be held, together with all information pertaining to the hearing procedure. Dated this 12th day of July, 1972. ATTEST: Ormond L. Norgaard Secretary Williams Chairman 28-2c (First Published in the Superior Express June 29. 1972) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate No. 4338 of Sarah Fern Jensen, deceased; In the County Court of Nuckolla County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska; as.: All creditors of said estate take notice that the time limited for filing claims against said estate is Oct. 21, 1972, and for payment of debts is Nov. 1, 1973, and that a hearing will be bad on Nov. 1, 1972, at 2 o'clock p.m., in Court, when I will examine and allow, disallow or adjust all claims and objections duly fried and enter an order barring all claims not filed. Dated June 22, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge George F. Johnson, jr., Attorney 26-3c Otto Runge Dies At Nelson Sunday Funeral services for Otto Runge, 86, were held at the Klawitter Funeral Home in Nelson Tuesday forenoon. Mr. Runge died Sunday at the Nelson Good Samaritan Home. He was a retired farmer. Runge was born in Frantz, Germany, and came to the United States in 1891. He moved to the Oak area where he resided most of his life. A brother, Frank Runge, sr., of Hebron survives. Burial was in the Nelson Cemetery. Services Tuesday For Mrs. Stiles Funeral services for Mrs. Bruce Stiles, 59, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran Church. Mrs. Stiles died Friday at the Nuckolls County Hospital after a lingering illness. She was born in the Cadams community near Superior and lived in the Superior area all of her life. Besides her husband, Bruce, she is survived by one son, Charles, of Superior; her mother, Mrs. Sophie Meyer, Superior; two sisters, Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock and Mrs. Marie Wall of Davenport; one brother, Harold Meyer, Allendale, N.J.; and four grandchildren. The Rev. George Felstner officiated and burial was in Salem Lutheran Church Cemetery. The Megrue-Price Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Services For Anna Blanding Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Dahl Blanding, 88, who died Monday at Culver City, Calif., will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Community Church of Formoso. Interment will be in the Webber Cemetery. Bachelor-Faulknor-Dart Fun- eral Service of Belleville is in charge of arrangements for the former resident of the Webber and Formoso com- munities. Keith Essinger Dies In Omaha Keith I. Essinger, 43, son of /rvin Essinger of Superior, was found dead at his home in Omaha by his wife when she arrived home from work Saturday afternoon. A coronary was apparently the cause of hid death. Funeral services were Tuesday afternoon at the John A. Gentleman Westside Chapel in Omaha and burial was in an Omaha cemetery. Essinger was a graduate of Edgar High School with the class of 1947. Survivors besides his father are his widow, Lois, a son, Raymond Lee, who is in the Navy, a sister, Mrs. Myreta Lawlor of Tweksbury, Mass., and a brother, Don of Pocatello, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his mother on Feb. II, 1971. Mrs. Chambers Dies July 3 Memorial services for Mrs. Lillie Chambers were held last Thursday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home. Mrs. Chambers died at the Republic County Hospital in Belleville, Kan., July 3 at the age of 86 years, II months and 2 days. LiUie Chambers, daughter of George and Laura Gillilan, was born Aug. 1, 1885, near Rock- port, Mo. When she was a young woman, she and her parents moved to Hardy. Aug. 2, 1911, she was united in marriage to Pete Chambers at Nelson, Neb. To this union six children, Ruth, Grace, Clarence, Phern, George and Clara Mac, were born. They lived in Hardy and Beatrice. After the death of her husband, she lived in the Superior community and had made her home with her daughter, Clara Mac, in Superior since 1944. She loved life and her home and especially enjoyed gar- dening and quilting as long as her health permitted. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, Clarence, her sister, Una, her husband, Pete, daughter, Phern Lucille and grandson, Howard. Survivors are her children, Mrs. Ruth Clew of York, Neb., Mrs. W. F. McNeill (Grace) of Burlington, Colo., Clarence of Superior, George of Montrose, Colo., and Clara Mac of the home, 10 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, one niece, two nephews and many other relatives and friends. The Rev. A. J. Kleinsasser of the First Baptist Church of- ficiated at the services. Burial was in Rose Mound Cemetery. Rites Today For Mrs. Russell Roe Mrs. Russell Roe died Sunday at an Ottumwa, Iowa, Hospital. She was 61 and had been in failing health for the last two weeks. Graveside services will be conducted at the Webber Cemetery this (Thursday) at lO:30 a.m. Dr. Lloyd Nichols will officiate. Mrs. Roe was the former Genevieve G. Roe. She was born at Webber to John and LOU Jennings Graham on July 18, 1910. Mr; and Mrs. Roe had resided at Hannibal, Mo., for 23 years before moving to Ottumwa about one and one-half years ago. Survivors are her husband, Russell; one daughter Mrs. Stanley Wojecik (Ruth Ann) of Granite City, Ill.; one brother, Dean Smith of Mankato; and four sisters, Mrs. Elsie Loomis of Dixon, Calif., Miss Lucile Graham and Mrs. Dorothy Sloan of Las Cruces, N.M., and Mrs. Dale Crispin (Marie) of Webber. She was preceded in death by her patents'and six brothers and two sisters, Harry Graham, George Graham, Ralph Graham, Ernest Graham, Everett Graham, Owen Graham, Mrs. Della Chancy and Mrs. Nellie Krmpp. Here For Funeral Relatives and friends from a distance here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lillie Chambers on Thursday of last week were Mrs. David Kipp, Troy and Dean of Dichinson, N.D., Mr. and Mrs. George Chambers of Montrose, Calif., Miss Margaret Chambers of Logan, Utah, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McNeill of Burlington, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Engelhardt of Wild Horse, Colo., Mrs. Melvin Engellmrdt and Darlene of Hugo, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer of Stockton, Kan. Mrs. Ruth Clow and Mrs. Bill McCall of York, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and Dan Chambers of Omaha, Mr. hnd Mrs. Glen Cramer of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gillilan of Glenvil, Net)., Mrs. Dorothy Dodge and Mrs. Robert Neb. 1972 26, 1972 BY THE ad Board of Village of I. The Funeral Director is Your Personal Representative in... CARING FOR THE DEAD the or yearly , When there is a death, the funeral director is your per- ttobe in said  serial representative in caring for the remains. He comes to year en- 1i' - " you with knowledge, experience and understanding at a time . when you are faced with duties often strange to you. He is LEVY thoroughly familiar with all the burial laws and regulations, $I,000.00 none  as well as the community customs and religious ceremonies none j pertinent to each situation. Quietly and efficiently he per- 2,S00.0050.00 ..--1  forms the many professional services required to lighten your 9-,500.00 /m burden and. fulfill your needs and desires. .00none ['t_L1  Todays funeral director exists because you want him to exist. The services he renders are those which you want him none 2,500.00 || _r{f \\; to render. He is motivated by a desire for personal service, Ii  "J and acts with a deep appreciation of the trust and confidence FAT . youplaceinhimwhenyouaskhimtocareforyourdead., MEGRUE Ling weight today. "" PRICE FUNERAL SERVICE Will help curb m excess food. Eat   Ii Contains no (Serving Superior Add All Surrounding Iowns) and will not make Ht,  7S0 Commercial -- Superior, Nebraska II affihated wdh startfor a 20tdaY'day P' NATIONAL FUNERAL I)IRICTORS ASSOCIATION Ii , fat or your money no questions  CARING FOR THE DEAD SERVING THE LIVING GIVING DIGNITY TO MAN sold with this SUperior, Nb. Filled Thursday, July 13, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A This column, last week, had Senator Wayne Ziebarth hoping for a yield of 1,200 bushels of sunflower seeds per acre, from the 500 acres that he has planted to the crop this year. That was a faux pas (For those of you who have never studied latin, a bonehead). The senator has no such high hopes as this. We should have said 1,200 pounds per acre. Ka Idahl Appointed This is the week that was, and Governor's Council from my vantage point in the ThermanKaldahi, agrandson upper room of the Express of Hardy resident Chris building, I think I could tell you the name of the winner. But Gregersen was recently ap- pointed by North Dakota there is no need to tell you now, Governor William Guy to fill a for you will know all about it vacancy on the Governor's before these lines get into print. Council on Human Resources. One thing is certain: The Kaldahl will serve on the Democratic convention of 1972 council as a member of the will be remembered as one of the most exciting political conventions in history. The Democrats may be $'9 million in debt, but they know how to put on a good show. The smoothest stretch of pavement in Superior right now, is on Idaho street from Eighth street, north. This brand new surfacing job connects with the new four-lane highway north on Highway 14. It will be easy to exceed the speed limit when you get on this new pavement, so watch it. Another Governor's Committee on Children and Youth. Kaldahi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaldald of Eugene, Ore., are presently guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen. Mrs. Sam Kaldahi, formerly Helena Gregersen, is Chris Gregersen's daughter. Therman Kaldahi, a 1964 graduate of Dana College served with the Peace Corps in Turkey for two years. Upon his return to the United States, he accepted a commission in the Air Force. During his four year tenure with the Air Force, he was recognized as an Out- standing Young Man of ' Jm, _ ' ..... America1970 and received the k Air Force Commendation ote o , Medal. Presently Kaldahl is legislative assistant to U. S. Congressman Arthur Link of North Dakota. In June, Link received the North Dakota Democratic nomination for Governor. Kaldahl, his wife, two sons and daughter live in Bismarck, N.D. Huffman of Fairbury, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig of Shickley and Mrs. Audrey McKeown and Mrs. Darlene ltsuff of Hastings. The weatherman spoiled our plans for a front page feature picture this week. We had planned for sometime to photograph the eclipse of the sun but the heavy cloud cover cancelled that idea. Certainly glad we didn't in- street improvement, now under way, and long over due is on Eighth street, where the old surfacing is being torn up for the new pavement. One nice thing about the Idaho improvement is that the state is paying the bill, while the Eighth street job is on the local taxpayers. It had to be done however, and will not greatly affect the annual mill levy, but the city has spent a con- siderable sum on street widening, repairs, etc., during the past few years, and it may now be about time for the old conservatives on the city council to insist on a little slowing up. It took, only one more straw, remember, to break the camel's back. More good news about roads comes from Jewell County, Kansas, where the Webber road is being improved, with chances good for blacktop sometime soon. The location dispute has been settled, right-of-way purchased, and grading started. Residents of northeast Jewell County are happy to see the start of this long delayed project, so are the people of Superior and points north who travel to Lake Loveweli every weekend. vest in one of the special filters which cost near $30. Instead we made our own. However, since the sun was obiliterated by the clouds, we don't know if our filter will work or not. The repair and remodeling of several business bufldlnp in downtown Superior is certa.inl what the town has neeeee. However, ff those responsible for the remodeling aren't careful they make the front of the buildings which honse the Express and Farmer-Stockman look a bit shabby. We will sell the following household goods and antiques to the highest bidder at public auction located three blocks west, one south and one west of the Farmers Union Station in Nelson, Nebraska at 6 o'clock F riday, J u ly 21 Antiques Matching curved glass china closet Round oak dining table with 2 table boards, 6 chairs, buffet Flower stand Comination bookcase and desk with curved glass door. Small table with casters Chest of drawers with mirror and 5 drawers Writing desk Library table Chest of drawers with 3 drawers Roll top typewriter desk Treadle sewing machine Typewriter 2 dressers Table with eagle claws Army trunk (World War I) Carpenter tools Approximately 100 ft. of iron fence Short step ladder Household Goods Fridigaire electric range G.E. automatic washer Kitchen table and 4 chairs Metal serving cart Step stool Step ladder Frigidaire refrigerator Humidifier 3 Bed steads Melmac dinner dishes Stainless steel tableware, rose design. Service for 6 plus extra pieces Other silver, 2 place settings, G. E. chest type deep freeze plus extra pieces 3-piece bedroom suite, in- 36-cup coffee urn . cluding box spring A number of small electrical 3-piece sectional appliances High chair Lots of miscellaneous pots, Swival rocker pans, bowls, dishes, picture Hoover vacuum sweeper frames, etc. 2 coffee tables An assortment of tools Telephone stand TERMS: Cash. No property removed until settled for All property at bidders risk after bid off Not responsible for accidents M rs. PAUL H AT00Ar00,.N" A. H. Kottmeyer " nk Auctioneer Clerk I II II I II I I I IIII