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?.Water ,!Qwed the work thisweek, a Santa Fe bridge crew is replacing a railroad lat c :e was the Superior tall raoe-associated.-with-thehydroelectricplant OflCe op- Republican River water. The work is scheduled to permit the daily passage of Section of track being replaced. gs open auto electronics business here focusing on the electronic opened its doors f town. Pron raced Eye for Detail) is at the comer of from his wife, Belinda, will Hartley and Third Streets, directly trouble shoot and repair comput- west of the IBP buying station, ers, electrical systems, air condi- The business operated by tioning and heating systems as Darren Genung with assistance well as general repair,. or Ambassadors presented Darren Genung his first dollar of clear profit last !ernoon Back row, from left" Dan Scott, Vernon Johnson, Tom Beckler, Gladys =heets, [)avid Autrey and Richard Nelson. Front row: Albert Muliett, Richard Rempe, ,lenda Thayer, chamber manager, Genung, Jim Fenimore and Bruce McCullough.. A Special Thanks following individuals and businesses for their donations to the fireworks this year VORKS COMMITTEE: Mike Fenimore, chairman, Rick Andreasen, Co-chairman, Don Shellhase, Lonnie Lemke, Vaughn Bargen Lottery Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rose Bill's Repair ;. Gar "ordrup Alexander Motors Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Hardy R.ecycling Wait's Furniture Bemetha Lake M. H "] Consumers Packing Co. Superior Outdoor Power Center =L. Platt Custom Paints, Todd Hayes Deluxe Liquor H & H Body Shop Hereford Inn ;. Gall Breen Superior Bectric Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fenimore & Appliance Td State Exterminating Home Federal Savings & Loan Goods Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris Farmers Stale Bank Shop Mr. and Mrs. Todd Kroeger Hardy Feed Inc. r , Bruns Dairy Ddka Garage Grain Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shambaugh Way Recycling & Disposal Svlce Lynn Shambaugh Futon Repair Mr. and Mrs. Lee Malmos Hob Nob Liquor Jorgansan Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hornbussd VRN Post No. 3355 Iware Norm Smith Construdi Farmem State Insuranoo Massage Shoppe Dick & Frank's Jack & Jill Ruth Disney Seeudly National Bank I. C.-orge Piper A-I Collision Doud Pharmacy Downing & Downing Menke Haaithmad Drug =. Rob I Tton Arnefcan Legion Paul Uteeht Trucking Mike Fanimore Do Drop In Lions Club Ideal Market )Max, Supedor Publishing Co. Superior Insurance Agency Jim Hallgrimson KRFS Radio Whitney-Thompson Insurance Agency Kiwanis Club avenport Local Newsy) By Mrs. Calvin Meers Senior Center News Monday, July 20, exercise, games. Fish fillet, potato casse- role, sunshine salad, pudding. Tuesday, July 21, nutrition program. Smothered steak, pota- toes and gravy, cam, apricots. Wednesday, July 22, cards. Fried chicken, potato salad, beets, pineapple. Thursday, July 23, birthday party, games. Ham, cabbage su- preme, applesauce, cake. Friday, July 24, indoor pic- nic, exercise. Hamburgeer, tater triangles, baked beans, water- melon. Meals and activities sub- ject to change without notice. Pastor Adam and Arlene Lau- tenschlager, Santa Maria, Calif., were Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, July 5, visitors of Jarvis and Sylvia Lautenschaiger. The ladies are cousins. Morris and Donna Ekwall, Sun Valley, Calif., were guests of Mrs. Ekwall's mother, Alice Dursch. two weeks. While here Mr. Ekwall visited relatives in Shickley, Geneva, Fremont, York, Fairbury, Oak and Daven- port. The Ekwalls visited Mrs. Dursch's son, Darrell Avers, Oklahoma City, and his daugh- ter, Naoma Caldwell, Ponca City, Okla., four days. While here they visited relatives in Deshler, Superior, Oak and Dav- enport. Stuart and Vickie Nelson and children. Shingle Snrins, Calif., visited relatives, Father Loren Nelson, Grandma Helen Nelson, Grandma Orva Friedline and aunts, uncles and cousins in Lin- coln, 10 days. All had a picnic last Sunday. They also visited aunts, uncles and cousins in the Holdrege area and had a picnic with them June 28. Jarvis and Sylvia Lauten- schlager and cousins, Adam and Arlene Lautenschlager, Santa Maria, Calif., were visitors of their uncle and aunt, John and Mildred Herman, Thursday evening Adam and Arlene vis- ited again Sunday aftemoon. Berneta Miller and Marilyn Ahrens maincured nails at Park- view Haven, Deshler, Friday, July 3. Dorothy Krogh, Ruskin, was a Wednesday afternoon coffee guest of Blanche Nelson. Peggy Russell, Daniel and Courmey, Lincoln, and Patty Anderjaska, Betsy and Will, Hayes Center, were Friday and Saturday guests of their parents, Nell and Bemeta Miler. Joining them Friday evening to help Mrs. 'Miller celebrate her birth- day were Rich and Florence Hines, Fairbury, Alvin and Eve- lyn Lemke, Bruning, Duane and Deb Miller, Erin, Ryan, Ross and Drew and Gary and Susan Miller, Eric and Abby. Verle and Shirley Keim were last Friday through Sunday Lincoln. they also attended the Girls' State Softball Tournament in Lincoln. The Davenport Jun- ior girls' team played at state. Raymond and Annie Ficken were Fourth of July visitors of their daughter and family, Rex- ann and Leroy Brennfoerder, Jennifer and Andrew, Lincoln. They celebrated the Fourth of July at Holmes Lake and watched the fireworks. They re- turned home Sunday morning. Malachi and Hannah Beh- rens, David City, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Voigt. Youths win honors at Twin Valley Livestock Expo Several young persons from the area were named winners in the beef division at the Twin Val- ley Livestock Exposition at Hastings June 20. Junior showmanship: Travis Watts, Fairfield, reserve cham- pion; Mary Snell, Edgar, purple; Elli e Watts, Fairfield, blue. Intermediate showmanship: Becky Lanham, Nora; Barry Watts and Jamie Watts, Fairfield. Senior showmanship: Darren Lanham, Nora, and Amy Novak, Lawrence, blue. Simmental breeding heifers: Casey Snell, Edgar, purple. Polled Hereford breeding heif- ers: Elite Watts, Fairfield, reserve champion; Barry Watts, Fairfield, blue. Limousin breeding heifers: Travis Watts, Fairfield, cham- pion; Jamie Watts, Fairfield, re- serve champion. Continental commercial breeding heifers: Mary Snell, Edgar, reserve champion; Becky Lanham, Nora, purple. Market heifers: Mary Snell, Edgar, champion; Amy Novak, Lawrence, reserve champion. Division 2, Class 2 market steers: Darren Lanham, Nora. BohHngs return from trip to Alaska Arnold and Beth Bohling returned Sunday from a three- week trip to Alaska, accompa- nied by their grandsons, R. J. McKee, Superior, and Jason Wessel, Grand Island. They went by plane to Anchorage, where they visited Mrs. Bohling's sister, Mickey Knapp, and family. On the Kenai Penin- sula, they visited a cousin, Marti Krohn, and family at Fritz Creek near Homer. The Bohlings were Fourth of July visitors at Seward on Res- urrection Bay, where they wit- nessed the race up Mt. Mara- thon. Previously they had taken a boat trip on Resurrection Bay in the Kenai Fjords area. Enroute they visited daughters, Sharon Bohling, Mc- guests of their daughter and Cook, and Martha Bohling, family, Bey Prucha, Mel and Ty, Denver. Lincoln Park is beautified by Garden Club A large flower garden istaking shape rapidly in Lincoln Park, thanks to the efforts of members of the Flower Garden Club. Many volunteer hours have already been put into the project. The city provided plants and seeds. Other donations include four trees given in memory of loved ones by Marlice Sullivan and Darlene Waltis, a birdbath by John Price, 18 rose bushes, gera- niums, impatiens and petunias by Superior Floral Company and geranium plants by Riverside Nurseries. Other individuals have donated many different kinds of plants. Phyllis Dcthloff, a spokesman for the club, said, "Without the support of the community, it would have been impossible to accomplish." The club invites area residents to feel free to walk along the path and enjoy the flowers as well as the wildlife in the park but urge visitors to stay on the path and avoid littering the area with cans and paper products. M r s. Dethloff said the club hopes to have a bench or two and some bird houses installed in the gar- den area soon. To covert kilometers to miles, mulipty by 0.6. BURCH C W Red's Ribbons & Trophies Medals Paques Badges Tack Ribbons Computerized Engraving "Custom Orders/--or Your Next Event Are Our Specia/ty" 30 Years of Quality Work Mall Orders Welcome 402-724-2355 Box 115, McCool Junion, Neb. 68401 Sunday, July 19, 1992 Starting promptly at 1:00 p.m. We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property, located just south of Ortman's Cafe on Highway 81, Hebron, Neb. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS: New water cooler air conditioner; Painted bow back kitchen chairs; 2 - dresser bases, one painted; Single padestal desk; Paintedwood storage cabinet; 4. ornate floor lamps; Small electrical kitchen appliances; Silverware GLASSWARE AND COLLECTIBLES: Standard wooden butter chum, good; Green glass swid creamer and sugar; Hobnail glass; Bench mount coffee grinder; Clear glass pieces; Gray granite colander; Rod Glass carriage lamp; Glenn Miller oil painting, 1975 far scene; Bone handled straight edge razors; Kraut cutter; Small Schlitz Beer bucket; Cherry pitter; Small sugar scoop; Several 45 RPM children's records VETERINARY SUPPLIES: Several boxes of Veterinary medical books; Syringes, hoof trimmers, castration knives; hypodermic needles; Old vet bottles MISCELLANEOUS: New 30"x8' aluminum storm door; Chrysler exhaust systems and tail pipes; Small solid lead tunnel; Several blue jars and blue insulators; 15" car tires; Wind chimes; Electrical boxes; New rolls plastic sheeting; Electric heater; Model A tires; Hames; Creeper, tool boxes, power tools; Saws, sockets, hammers, chisels, wrenches; McCulloch chain saw; Axes, shovels, hoes, rakes; Chains; Buffalo platform scale, 200 lb.; There is a lot of miscallaneous not mentioned Mrs. Deloris Nailer, Owner FURNITURE AND APPUANCES: Duncan Phyfe blond oak drop leaf dining room table, 3 leaves, 6 matching chairs, buffet and china hutch with 3 drawers, 2 doors and sliding glass front; 3-piece bedroom suite-double bed, 4 drawer chest and dresser with round mirror; Waterfall double bad with boxspnng and mattress; Metal bed; Kitchen table with 4 chairs; 3-piece brown sactional; Zenith 25" console TV; Small double pedestal desk; Coronado electric range, white; Refrigerator with automatic ice maker, 17.1 cu. ft., white; Coronado deep freeze, 15 cu. ft., white; Gibson automatic washer, green; Konmore heavy duty electric dryer; t 10 window air conditioner; Console radio, stereo HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS: Hoover upright vacuum; Walnut plant stand; Room humidifier; Several table lamps; Wall mirrors; Table top stereo with speakers; Room fans; Several pictures and frames; Pots, pans, roasters, cake pans; Crackpot, skillets, electric knife, can opener, blender, mixer; Pontesa china, made in Spain, set of 12; Excel Stoneware - plates, cups, saucers, set of 6; Snack sets; Set of stainless silverware HAND AND GARDEN TOOLS: 2 - push mowers, Gambles and Lawnboy; Snowblower; Garden tiller; Electric drills, sander, Skil saw; Planes, squares and other hand tools; Shovels, rakes, spades and hoes; Small air compressor; Air bubble; Hand sprayer; Mona chain saw; Extension cord ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS AND COLLECTIBLES: Oak 4-drawer dresser with full serpentine front, painted white; Oak mission style wardrobe; Oak mission style upholstoredchalr; 7oak dining room chairs; Ornate brass based floor lamp; Treadle sewing machine; Waterbury kitchen clock; U.S. Constitution Clock with certificate of authenticity; Czechoslovakia cup; Blue glass candy dish; McCoy green floral tea server with matching creamer and sugar; McCoy vase; West Germany piece; Small Hublay tin semi-car transport; Gambles tin Ford truck; JD cast iron spreader unit; Ideal doll; Snake Joe holster with 6 shooter, complete; Large rubber doll body; Small wooden horse and cart; Old Valentines; Costume jewelry; Many old records, AI Jolson, Glen Miller, Guy Lombardo; Several books, 20 volumes of Cdme and Punishment, Dyke's Auto Encyclopedia, 1932 and 1934 ear repair manuals MISCELLANEOUS: Hare Saxaphone, in Iox, made in Spain; Wooden ladders; 3 and 10 speed bikes; 2 small engines; Old valve gdnder; Car parts of all kinds; Other miscellaneous not mentioned TERMS: Cash or good check, I.D. required for bidder's number. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. No property removed until settled for. Not respopsible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertising. . Owners: Leonard Molthan Estate Sale conducted by Brad Elting and Company 14-5 North 4th Street - Hebron, Nebraska 68370 - Phone 402-768-7270 AUCTIONEERS: Brad Eiting and Gale Mikkelsen I II Thursday, July 16, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Members of the Superior Garden Club have been busy laying out, planting and caring for a large flower garden at Lincoln Park. Among those who have been working hard on the project are (from left): Helen Druba, Elmer Druba, Nancy Fish, Phyllis Dethloff, Lynn Harvey and Verna Kirchhoff. Not present for the picture: Arlene Tietjen. ---Express Photo Nuckolis County Museum Notes Let's take a trip to the Nuck- oils County Fair in 1911. The fair attractions offered were of the highest class. Of them Glenn Martin, the famous aviator, easily held first place as the favorite, as described by an early-day reporteer: "Martin flew from the south- east part of the race track enclo- sure going north and circling to the west. Here unexpected air currents were not to his liking and he landed in the pasture west of the grounds. The ma- chine was at once lifted by spec- tators and taken back to the grounds where a second flight was made. This time Martin got away like a bird and flew off to the northeast, circling back, and again dipping down close to the ground. Once more he raised and was off to the south, landing his ship just where he started from. In this flight, a new page was written in our history, this being the first airship to fly to Nuck- oils County." The presence of this famous aviator at the Nuckolls County Fair was indeed a spectacular event. Glenn Matin's hand-built bi-plane was first airborne in 1909 in Santa And, Calif. He soon became a popular bam- stromer, making daring flights over state fairgrounds across the country. Known as 'The Flying Dude', headlines in the Las An- geles papers raed "Cheered by Thousands, Glenn Martin Makes Daring Flights." Martin's planes played a small part in WWI, but were an all-important factor in the Allied victory in World War II. How Martin was lured to Nuckolls County remains a mys- tery, but history was indeed made at the 1911 Nuckolls County Fair. Make plans to visit the 1992 fair and the Nuckolls County Museum. Security National Bank 402-879-3284 Superior, Neb. REPORT OF CONDITION Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the Security National Bank of Superior in the state of Nebraska, at the dose of business on June 30, 1992, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the CuF rency; undetje ;, Un; states Code Section 161 Charter Number 14183 Comptroller of the Currency lOth District. Statement of Resources and Uabilitles ASSETS Cash and balances due from depository institutions: Noninterest-baaring balances and currency and coin ....................................................................... 1,550,000.00 Interest-bearing balances ............................................ 1,88t,000.00 Secunties ........................................................................ 10,184,000.00 Federal funds sold ............................................................... 350,000.00 Securities purchased under agreements to resell ............................. -0- Loans and lease financing receivables: Loans and leases, net of unearned income .......................... 35,307,000.00 LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ................................ 407,000,00 LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve ...................................................... 4)- Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance and reserve ............................................................... 34,900,000.00 Assets held in trading accounts ......................................................... -O- Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) ..... .................................... 273,000.00 Other real estate owned .................................................................... -O- Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ..................... : ................ -O- Customers' liibility to this bank on acceptances outstanding ........................................................ -O- Intangible assets ............................................................................... -O- Other assets ..................................................................... 1,544,000.00 Total assets .................................................................... 50,682,000.00 Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ................................. -0 Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ..................... 50,682,000.00 LIABILITIES Deposits: In domestic offices ..................................................... 45,893,000.00 Noninterest-baaring ....................... 3,481,000.00 Interest-bearing ............................ 42,412,000.00 Federal funds purchased ..................................................... 400,000.00 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase .............................. -O- Demand notes issued to the UJS. Treasury ................................................................. 123,000.00 Other borrowed money ..................................................................... -O- Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases .............................................................. -O- Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ............................................................ -O- Subordinated notes and debentures ................................ 1,000,000.00 Other liabilities ..................................................................... 31 t ,000.00 Total liabilities ..................................................... . ........... 47,727,000.00 Limited-life preferred stock and related surplus ................................ .O- EQUITY CAPITAL Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus .................................. -O- Common Stock .................................................................... 500,000.00 Surplus ................................................................................ 500,000.00 Undivided profits and capital reserves .............................. 1,955,000.00 LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity sacudties ............. :-O- Total equity capital ............................................................ 2,955,000.00 Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ................................. -O- Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S. C, t 823(j) ....................... 2,955,000.00 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) .................................... 50,682,000.00 I, Lynnetta Higer, Asst. Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the bast of my knowledge and belief. Lynnette Higer 7-9-92 We, the undersigned directors, attest to the correctness of this state- ment of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has been examined ! by us, and to the bast of our knowledge and ballaf has been prepared in m conformance with the instru=ions and is true and oorrect, m steve wrist I Steve Riggert m Scott Hobson, Direon; m