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4 THE SUPERIOR EXPRE88 Thursday, July 13,1972 Burr Oak News...... (Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. Howard Short spent the weekend visiting their son, Stanley Shott and Mrs. Shott and family of Kansas City, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear of Mankato were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yeager of Newnan, Ga., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Gale Tegiey, and Mr. Tegiey, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegiey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yeager and Mrs. Mattie Grubbs were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lottie Myers. Mrs. Ollie Reager of Mankato was a Sunday guest (g Mrs. Nettle Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark and family of Sacramento, Calif., George, jr. Clark and John and Terry Ruth of Terre llaute, Ind., came Monday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Marshall Bishop, afternoon and took them out to dinner in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchaland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and family. Mrs. Nettle Johnson, Mrs. Lettie Korb, Mrs. Lottie Myers, Mrs. Gene Johnson, Mrs. Bud Platt and Mrs. Henry Seihert called on Mrs. Jesse Platt this week. Nelson Harris had a wheat field burn on Saturday af- ternoon. Mrs. Edna Buster of Mankato received word of the death of her little great grandson of Norfolk, Nebr. He was ten days old and died of monengitis. He was the grandson or Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Shipman of Franklin Nab. Mrs. Shipman was the former Late Buster. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchsiand and Sharla went to Omaha Tuesday to be with their Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles, Mr. and Mrs, Neal Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Boyles and Elaine and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla attended the wedding of Debra Hall and John Piel of Blue Hill Saturday afternoon at Hastings. Debra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Neff McNichols and daughters of Mourovia, Calif., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Helen McNichols, and her mother, Mrs. Clara Moon, of Mankato and ojer relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Neff McNichols and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Loudermilk of Superior, Mrs. Grace Darwin and Mrs. Bob Ohmstede of Guide Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Myers of Silverton, Ore., called in the afternoon. Mrs. Eunlce Bernard of Falrbury is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Harris, Mr. Harris and Shelly. Mrs. Dan Pettit was Mr. Bishop and grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark of Mankato. The Ted Clark family spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Garman and girls and Mrs. and Mrs. Billy Bishop and family of Bladen; Nab. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Myers oC Sflverton, Ore., called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers Saturday son, Leslie Suchsland, and Mrs. dismissed from the hospital Sucheland of Superior. The Thursday. Sucheland's three years old Mrs. Mabel McMaius called daughter underwent sucgery on Mrs. Dan Pettit and Mr. and Wednesday morning for a cyst Mrs. Everett Terrill Sunday k on the thyroid gland at an afternoon, Mrs. Miun/e SuUIff Omaha hospital, was also a caller at the Terrlll Mr. and Mrs. John Hits of home. MankatocaUedenMr.andMrs. Mrs. Nora Gleason ac- Floyd Myers Thursday af- compauled the Stedmans to ternoon. Colorado Sunday to visit her daughters and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson went to Wichita Saturday to meet Julie who had been in Mexico City and to get Roy who had spent the past week with his aunt, Mrs. Jane Burnett, of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford of Formoso called on Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Cormick, Mrs. Goldie Johnson, Kathy Johnson and Jim Coffin of Manhattan were July 4th guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Roy and Julie. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cline of Friendswood, Texas, have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Nathan Winslow, Mr. Winslow and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Winsiow, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hafnor, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jeffery enjoyed dinner Tuesday evening at a cafe in Maakato, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy visited Mr, and Mrs. Donnie Korb and family of Superior Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warner were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb in observance of their wedding anniversary. Olive Hill '. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge and Jeannie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grummert and family July Fourth. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bargen of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Van Ornam for fireworks July Fourth. Mrs. Ruth Wilson of Burr Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family and Mrs. Myrtle Roe were dinner guests of Mrs. Verla Roe July Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mc- Cammon, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettit enjoyed a picnic at the park July Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brahm- steadt and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Cool and Carla of York, Neb., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster the weekend of July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster and family were Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt hosted a breakfast at Lovewell Lake on the Fourth for the Fish caught on bank lines or following guests: Mr. and Mrs. by snagging are not eligible for Lloyd Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Iliff Nebraska Master Angler Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Chriie Awards. Ahrens and Mr. and Mrs. Paul County Treasurer's Semi Annual Report Summary of Collections, Disbursements and Balances Prepared by Dorothy J. Joy, County Treasurer of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, Showing the Cash on Hand, the Collections and DisburSements from the 27th Da of December, 1971 to the 23rd Day of June, 1972 and the Balances Belonging to Each Fund on the 23rd Day of June, 1972. Collections Cash on Hand ......................... $1,033,841.58 1966 Tax Collected ............................ ,10.97 1967 Tax Collected ........................... 945.32 1968 Tax Collected .......................... 2,942.10 1969 Tax Collected .......................... 6,594.07 1970 Tax Collected ......................... 26,194.52 1971 Tax Collected ........................ 750,343.56 1972 Tax Collected Motor Vehicle ......... 148,707.40 Motor Vehicle Tax Refund ................... 749.24 river,s Licensa... i .... ................... 3,737.00 Miscellaneous Collections County General .......................... 42,048.70 County Road ............................. 139,226.59 School Bond ................................ 725.03 Motor Vehicle Tax Fund .................. 7,669.52 Tax Credit ................................ 1,054.58 District School ............................ 30,449.60 Fines and Licenses ........................ 3,611.90 Inheritance Tax ........................... 5,729.91 Noxious Weed Control ..................... 923.55 O.A.S.I ................................... 14,460.02 State Apportionment ..................... 20,021.91 County Administration ................... 11,898.77 Homestead Exemption ................... 38,493.08 Insurance Tax Refund ................... 22,545.88 Consumers.in.lieu ........................ 5,523.78 Superior Water and Electric ............. 11,165.00 Government Subdivision ................. 42,770.39 Sewer .................................... 18,397.75 Motor Vehicle Sales Tax ................. 113,885.02 School Land--Interest... . 30,477.89 ,,,.,.,,.,,,..,,, Fees Collected--Sundry ...................... 17.00 DisburNments State Treasurer's Receipt No. 907 State Treasurer's Receipt No. 2129 State Treasurer's Receipt No 2883 5tale Treasurer's Receipt No. 3597 State Treasurer's Receipt No 4777 State Treasurer's Receipt No. 5604 $14,063.05 41,567.85 52,594.05 12,167.12 4,637.44 2,167.88 County General Warrants ................ 105,390.76 County Road Warrants ................... 228,068.83 Poor Relief Warrants ..................... 28,053.29 Tax Credit waPknts ........................ .-'ffi). Soil Conservation ......................... 3,702.00 County Hospital .......................... 49,350.50 Inheritance Tax Orders ..................... 121.38 Noxious Weed Control ..................... 7,369.88 County Administration .................... 11,194.53 District Road Warrants ............... .... 4,675.86 State Institutions ..................................... 21,563.23 O.A.S. I ..................................................... 14,449.70 County Fair Warrants ............................. 1,913.75 Rural Fire Districts ..................... 11,()12.82 Nuckolls County Historical Society .. ..... 2,032.37 Motor Vehicle Refunds ..................... 514.00 Motor Vehicle Sales Tax ................ 27,532.95 School General Orders ................... 833,419.84 School Bond and Coupons Paid ........... ,026.05 Free High School Orders ................ 119,148.56 Vocational Technical School .............. 29,363.03 Educational Unit 5 ........................ 2,068.13 Educational Unit 9 ....................... 18,400.50 Superior CltymTrsurer's Receipts ..... 99,430.35 Superior Water & Electric ................ 11,145.00 Superior Sewer ........................... 11,112.50 Nelson City--Treasurer's Receipts ........ 17,328.00 Nelson Sewer ............................. 3,718.50 Ruskln Sewer ................................ 996.96 Lawrence Village--Treasurer's Receipts..12,392.09 Lawrence Sinking (Swimming Pool) ........ 637.50 Hardy Village--Treasurer's Receipts ...... 6,445.76 Hardy Sewer .............................. 5,017.00 Balance on Hand ......................... 630,324.27 State Institution Fund .................... $13,262.15 Recreation Road Fund ........................ 99.50 Highway Trust Fund ........................ 1,745.25 Motor Vehicle Sales Tax .................... 4,496.79 County General Fund ...................... 165,359.64 County Road Fund ......................... 56,530.87 District Road Fund ......................... 1,392.14 County Relief ............................ 38,033.11 Soil Conservation ............................. 752.14 Soldiers' Relief Fund ....................... 3JI24.22 !nherltanqe Tax Fund ...................... 57.,76. Nuckolls County Hospital ................... 44,309.04 Drivers' License Fund ........................ 479.75 Highway Fund ................................ 10.00 County Fair Building Fund. .................. 287.25 Overload Fines ............................... 5.62 County Historical Society .................... 1165.70 Noxious Weed Control .................... 9,405.48 County Administration ...................... 9,843.28 School District 11Bond Investment Fund 29,003.00 School General Fund ...................... 60,591.31 School Bond Fund .......................... 29,5-98.28 School Building Fund ....................... 5,554.71 Free High School Fund ..................... I}4,170.02 Educational Service Unit 5 ................... $1.14 Educational Service Unit 9 ................. 496.64 Vocational Technical School ................ 1,047.40 FIn and Licenses ......... ................. 11111.00 Superior City ................................ 2,379.37 Nelson City ................................. 4,109.97 Nelson Sewer ................................. 17.50 Ruskin Sewer .............................. 1,455.44 Ruskin Village ............................. 8,415.61 Lawrence Sinking ........................... 600.61 Lawrence Village .......................... 1,480.89 Hardy Sewer ................................ 58.67 Hardy Village .............................. 963.83 Oak Village ................................ 2,141.09 Nora Village... ........................... 1,358.90 Rural Fire Districts ........................ 5,017.81 Tax Credits ................................. 1,105.71 O.A.S.I ...................................... 359.69 $620,324.27 Commercial Bank, Nelson ........................ $157,731.56 Farmers State Bank, Superior.. ................. ;. 51,617.32 Security National Bank, Superior .................. 53,248.52 Hardy State Bank, Hardy ...... .................... 31,057.23 Scroggtn & Co. Bank, Oak ............. : ........... 52,1M4.25 Lawrence State Bank .............................. 32,979.85 Investments-- County 211,224;2_3 School District 11 ............ 29,000.00 Currency and Checks ............................. 10,621.21 630,324.27 W do hereby certify, that the above statement of Dorothy J. Joy, County Treasurer of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, is a complete and accurate Summary of nit his collections and disbursements, as County Treasurer of Mid County, from the 27th dny of December 1971 to the 23rd day of June 1972. We further certify, that each collection has been correctly entered and properly accounted for, add that the vouchers and other items of credits were In proper form and correctly entered, and that the footings were verlf!ed by us and found to be correct, and that the above statement of balances agrm In every particular with said accounts in said County Tl:easurer's general ledger. LaVerne Hutchinson, George J. Kucera Arnold M. Ehlers, Amounts of claims on file In the County Clerk's office June 23, 1972, Amount to none. County Commissioners or Finance Committee Blackstone. went back that evening for a cooperat!ve supper. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Snyder of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Tuesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William An- drews and Billy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Molder and family the evening of the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson of Courtland, Kan., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge Saturday evening, July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe hosted a wiener roast at their home the evening of the Fourth for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroeger and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marquart of Byron, Neb., Mrs. Verla Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family. Mr. and Mrs. ROY Roe and their houseguest, Barbara Graham of Saliva, Kan., were guests for fireworks later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone were guests at a birthday party for Arvid Larson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moline of Courtland, Kan., Sunday evening, July 2. Other guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Garman and Miss Ruth Peterson of Courtland. Mrs. Daniel Stineman, Susan and Jon of Lincoln, Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks. Mrs. Rick Harris of Colby, IOin., was an overnight guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon and brother, Terry, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge and Jeannie were guests at the Dahl Family reunion picnic at Mankato Sunday, July 2. In the evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grummert and family of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray of Burr Oak Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haney, Jacquelino and Renee' of Big Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. Howard Miller, Rex and Jill, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks Saturday evening. 'Real Estate Transfers United States of America to maueJ W. and Virginia Wfllett; Part S SE4 19-1-7 and Part N NEIA 30-1-7. Edward F. Butch to George A. and Clara B. Lemke; Lot 42 and N Lot 41, South Superior. Nettle Meyer to Nettle and Floyd E. Meyer; N Lots 14 and 15, Block 9, O. T. Nelson. Bill L. and Melba Lynch and Della E. Smith to Eugene and Delletta Wilkinson; Part Outlot 5 of Ritterbush's First Addition to Nora. Eugene L. and Marjorie A. Young to Vernon J. and Inez Quy, Lots I0, II, and 12, Block II, O. T. Superior. Robert R. and Della M. Maxey to Jackie L. and Gret- chen I. White; Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, Block 4, O. T. Superior. C. Wendell and Esther M. Headrick to Kenneth D. and Karolyn M. Scheneman; It 6 The same group and South 10' Lots 5, Block 18, North Superior. County of Nuckolls to Berness and Mildred Miller, Undivided Interest in Lots 7-18, Block 2, Lots 1-6 and 10-12, Block 5, Lots 7-12 and Lot 18, Block 9, Lots 7- 12, Blcck 10; Lots 3 and fou'and Lots 7-12, Block II; Lots 17 and 18, B]ock 12; Lots 1-12. Block 13; Lots I-3 and Lots 10-12, Block 16; Lots I-6 and Lots 19-24, Block 18; Part Lots 1 and 2, all of Lots 3 and 13-18, Block 19; and Lots 1-3 and Lots 10-12, Block 20, O. T. Mt. Clare. County of Nuckolls to Bernard and Anna Miller, Undivided one-half Interest in Lots 7-18, Block 2; Lots 1-6 and I0-12, Block 5; Lots 7-12 and Lot 18, Block 9; Lots 7-12, Block 10; Lots 3 and 4; Lots 7-12, Block 11; Lots 17 and 18, Block 12; Lots I- 11, Block 13; Lots 1-3 and Lots 10-12, Block 16; Lots 1-6 and Lots 19-24, Block 18; Part Lots 1 and 2, all of Lots 3 and 13-18, Block 19 and Lots 1-3 and Lots 10-12, Block 20, O. T. Mt. Clare. In The County Court Probate Department Estate of Kenneth Keith, deceased; last will and testament and petition for probate of will. Order for hearing set for July 31 at 10:00 a.m. Estate of Ida M. Gray, deceased; application of determination of inheritance tax, order determining inheritance tax and certificate to county treasurer. Estate of Alvin W. Rerg, deceased; order allowLng claims. Verda Hauser, deceased; final decree. Estate of Henry Hashage, deceased; order assessing and determining inheritance tax. Civil Department Farmers State Bank vs. Richard Johnson. Traffic Violations State of Nebraska vs. Carl Paul Ehni; no registration certificate, $10.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Henry P. Wehrman; first count, im- proper use of school permit and second count, reckless driving. First count, $10.00 and second count, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Randall Schultz; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. David W. Petersen; speeding, I5.00 and costs. In District Court Ralston Purina Co. vs. Yessol Folkerts, judgment rendered. The State of Nebraska vs. James Johnson; released from probation. Library Books Llbraw Hm's ..... Monday through Saturday I:30 loS:30; 7:00 tog:00p.m. Closed Saturday Night Adults "Jerusalem," Larry Collins. Beleagured Jerusalem in 1948. Average people caught up in chaos, "Walk In Paradise Garden," Anne Maybury. Mystery. Romance and danger on a Greek Island. "The Malcontents," C. P. Snow. Political protest, violent death and moral crisis. "Soul Catcher," Frank Herbert. A young American Indian seeks revenge by ab- ducting the son of a government officials. "Crown Of Mexico," Jean Haslip. Historical novel wh/eh 'q told Detroit to treat you right. That's why you're gettin' this. specml deal." $80 OFF CHARGER'S normal sker pfloe for the vinyl landau roof. The Dodge Boys can offer you $79.85 off the sticker price (because Dodge doesn't charge them for the vinyl landau roof) when you buy a specially equi 1972 Dodge Charger hardtop with: vinyl landau roof, hidden head lamps, inside hood release, Rallye Instrument Cluster, front and rear bumper guards, body paint stripe, and sill, hood, deck and bumper reveal mouldings. Keith Eiel Motors received a Book 0( award. "The Johnson. A suspense about a search for her led her into danger. "Feather In Catherine Cooks farm in the late England. This is a stow of love, passion and trage. "Blockbuster,' Green. class the man hired to "Duet In Burke. Reca personalities of of the Diamond Jim phenomenal wesltb. "Out Of the Loft. Based on an this novel tells of family and unsolved murder. "The Good Peggy Bacon. witchcraft. "Minn Of the Holling Ciancy. description of the: the Mississpiip "Tall Tales Hills," Ellis pers" some of these the mountains. "Lion Houn Kieigaard. Then killer loose in "The Mother- Children," "Pippi Lindgren. "Did A Bear There?" Rand "The Very Bertha Amoss. Magazine selection. "Bed Knobs sticks," Mary delightful stow d children. Mr. and Mrs. and visitors in Mrs. Levi Miller on evening. Sister Alvin Great Bend, week's vacation her parents, Mr. Kimminau. A was held in Sunday evening. Mr. and derson and Temple of Fourth in the and Evarista Mr. and Mrs. Denver and' Mr; Harold Schroer evening visitors Lemke home. Miss Lincoln spent the Irvin Schroer Dennis spent a week brother, Gilbert harvesting. Dick and paula Hutchinson, visiting Miss other relatives, Mrs. Bertha several days guest of Mrs. Mr. and Heinrichs of over the her parents, Leonard Mrs. Minnie her son, Grandview, Mo. Mr. and and visited in father, Al Mrs. Dora visited in the last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. man Mrs. for the ba of Mr. and Mrs. man. Gilbert Riverdale, visiting his man. Mrs. Emma Houghton, daughter, and Mrs. during their Pha