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i nBausch, 89, was bum 3, lone. to Caroline (Ulrich) and er, known to some as "June , BaUsch, Sr at the family ..... w.o h. He died Monday COunty Health Center, e w well- "hated from Burchard  her crafts and paintings, lad received college de- ryed giving to friends "dXaska State College at . and relatives. Zado Stat e University at Her father, Earl L. Garner, preceded ,1936, he married Clara ' Marysville, Kan. To i di' children were bum. 7"I1965. On April 11 1968, cille Myrle (Atwill) School in Snyder, Supe- r, Nebr. and in Tuc- 1 a total of 45 vears He 1_ the last 26 yes in " shared his talents, ith community ser-  and with the Fair- i.Church. His talent for lntly resulted in y his family and ved by his wife, Lucille, , Mrs. Larry Wolf son, Ladd, Phoe- :nls, Gene Schroeder, 12. and Dr. Bruce ,,,tff a; 10 grandchildren di.Tlrs' Margaret Henke, / and Areva Hoffman, io  re held Wednesday at l i let Methodist Church. d e fl Elckmann els Eickmann, 82, was 0, the fourth child of 11 -i Randels Eickmann. *tctorand Starr rural coun- i'_ nd graduated from iliL 'atgll School in 1937. .hol, he attended KF- "  CUlture School in Man-  i edhome tohelpwi. !il 1 in the Army Air Force ] d served until February i s discharge, he returned alFeb. 16, 1947, he mar- I,,L_,lkins, daughter of Mary ! .as, Chester. To this  nat, y Annette. turen were born, Steven /i mer, 1968, he moved to Worked for the City of ' plant as well as con- He chose to make 'ag e and began selling Llife Insurance from : _ ,but neverretired from _ r.dia, a former class- 6 he married Emily .'le their home on the 10, at the Republic He was preceded in infant brother, Emily, Steven, Belleville, Gustin,(Mary), grandchildren, five Ron three step- ;Wilda at the am Brazil officiat- by the Ameri- Belleville Funeral Home, charge of arrange- OUtscher resident M. June JUne 27 at Capital Wash. Une 1, 1944, in moved with her in 1956. A High School gton in 1982, she married She worked as Sand and to restau- Steven Headrick !-877-796-4277 Toll Free of the and of the Lewis her in death. Survivors include her husband of 20 years, Lennie, stepchildren, Vinson, Eatonville, Wash.; Tamra, Burien, Wash.; Richard Outumuro, Centralia, Wash.; and Luis Outumuro, Califor- nia; her mother, Mildred Garner, , Casper, Wyo.; sisters, Earlene Daugherty, Casper, Wyo; Gall Kennah, North Platte; and a brother, Allan Gar- ner, Gillette, Wyo. Helen Horsman Helen Hope (McNulty) Horsman, 84, was born Nov. 6, 1917, on a farm east of Superior. She was the third child of William S. and Mary Easson Saul McNulty. Raised on a farm near Nora, she graduated from Nora High School in 1935. In 1939 she graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nursing at Halstead Hospital. She practiced her nursing profession for 41 years, before retiring in 1980. Thirty-one years of her nursing were in the Veterans Hos- pitals and in the US Army Nursing Corp during World War II. She served with the 249th General Hospital in Manila, Philippine Islands and the Schick General Hospital in Clinton, Iowa. She married George V. Horsman. To this union one daughter, Pamela RaP, was born. The last 4 1/2 years she lived with her niece, Janis Anderson, in Jackson- ville, Fla. She was an active member of the Retired Nurses Association and the Retired Federal Employees. Ms. Horsman died July 7, in Jack- sonville. Preceding her in death were her mother, in 1926; her father in 1957; one daughter, Pamela Rae Horsman Dawson in 1997; one brother, John McNulty, in 1997; one sister, Agnes in 1955; and one nephew, Scan McNulty, in 1997. Survivors include sister, Miriam Peterson, Lincoln; one brother, Dean McNulty, Venture, Calif., six nieces and one nephew. Graveside services were held Wednesday at the Evergreen Cem- etery in Superior. Dean McNulty offi- ciated. Megrue Price Funeral Home was in charge of the local arrangements. Stella Meier Stella Bella Meier, 88, was born Nov., 30, 1913, at Aurora, Kan., to Louis and Louise (Labarge) Dugas. She was the fourth of six children in her family. She died Friday at Parkview Haven Nursing Home, Deshler. Her father worked for a railroad and the family lived in various Kansas com- munities. She graduated from high school in Webber, Kay., and then com- pleted beauty school. On June 15,1937,she marriedHugh Meier at Superior. They raised five children, Annette, Virginia, Richard, Tom and Theresa. She owned a beauty shop in her own home after their children were older. She retired in 1982 and lived in the Colorado from 1986 to 1996. She lived for a short time in Hastings until she sustained a fractured hip After hospitalization, she spent some time at Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Superior and also stayed with her daughter. As she was requiring more care, admission was sought at Parkview Haven and she was admitted on Aug. 25, 1997. She collected angels and she had her room decorated with many of her favorite angels. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband on July 16,1980; twin brothers at a few days old; sisters, Adele Landry, Irene Dameron, Marcelline Graham; aud one brother, Edmond Dugas. Survivors include her daughters, Mrs. Robert Young (Annetta), Supe- rior; Mrs. Victor Thayer (Ginger), Houston, Texas; a son, Thomas, Cen- tennial, Colo.; daughter Theresa Doe, 1988 to Pennacook, N. H.; son, Richard, n.aSsistance of Arvada; 12grandchildren; ninegreat- gIlaanksgiving grandchildren; one sister, Dorothy e Veterinary Clinic o,. O.r,., K,o east on Highway 8 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4060 Thompson, Coulee Dam, Wash. Mass of Christian burial was held Monday at 10:30 a.m. from the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Superior, with Father Philip Luther officiating. Rosary services were held Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel. Lector was John Price, Jr. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery. Darrell Pahl Darrell Pahl, 63, Superior, died Monday at Bryan LGH-East in Lin- coln, Neb. Services will be 2 p.m., Friday at Kleine Funeral Home Chapel, Grand Island. Pastors Jon Albrecht and Patsy Busey will officate. Burial will be in the Grand Island City Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m. at Kleine Funeral Home with the family receiving friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Hewas born April 3, 1939,in Grand Island to William and Marie (Matthews) Pahl. He was raised in Grand Island and graduated from Grand Island Senior High School in 1957. He worked for Rainbow Bakery for a short time, then Supersweet & Nutrina Feed Co. He married Cathie Harm on July 16, 1959, at Lake Andes, S. D. For 20 years, he farmed in the Ruskin and Superior area and retired early because of his health. He is survived by his wife, Cathie, Superior; two sons, Brian, Ruskin, and Brad, Oilier; two daughters, Barb Crowl, Hastings, and Mrs. Jeff Combs (Brenda), Superior; eight grandchil- dren and one great-grandchild; four sisters, Mrs. Lyle Wilke (Leola), Grand Island; Mrs. Howard Knuth, (Donna), Grand Island, Mrs. Lonnie Chase, (Maryetta), Bennett, Colo., and Mrs. Jack Tucker (Gwen), Indiana. He was preceded in death by his parents; his stepfather, Ed Miller; and one brother, Bill. Irene Ross Irene Ross, 88, Mankato, died Tues- day. Services are scheduled for 1:30 Friday afternoon at Melby Mortuary Chapel, Mankato. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Mankato. Mary Louise Schiermeyer Mary.Louise Schiermeyer, 90, the daughter of Roy and Maggie (McMillen) Sturgeon, was born Sept. 9, 1911, at Lamar, Colo. She died Sat- urday, at the Blue Hill Care Center, Blue Hill. Mary Louise was one year old when her family moved to the Superior area. She attended Nuckolls County schools. On Oct. 3, 1936, she married Frank Leidloff who preceded her in death. She married John Schiermeyer April 4, 1948. A son, Mark John was born to this union. They lived most of their life on a farm near Superior. Later making her home in Hastings and the Blue Hill Care Center until her death. She was a member of the Superior American Legion Auxiliary. Preceding her in death were her parents; first husband, Frank Leidloff in February of 1947; second husband, John Schiermeyer Dec. 17. 1973; son, Mark John, Feb. 10, 1981; and two brothers, Kenneth and Ralph (Hubert) Sturgeon. Services were held Monday from the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel in Superior, Neb., with Pastor Mark Diem officiating. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery. Valdean Worley Valdean Worley, 55, the son of Bert and Myrtle Worley was born March 11, 1947, at Nelson. He died July 4 at the Veteran's Hospital, Nashville, Tenn. He graduated from Nelson High School and served in the army in Vietnam. He worked as a carpenter and entertained with his guitar. Those surviving include his sons, Levi, Missouri, and Lucas, Kentucky; a sister, Cheri Atherton, California; and his mother, Myrtle Worley, Nel- ,SOn. He was buried at the Oakland Cem- etery in Farmington, Ky. Seeing America is a good way for Americans to spend their time and money. M &R Bookk00ping ana. Tax Servce 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978,402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping @ Small and Large Animals Sewic  Now Available for July I __ __ _ Country Calls* After-Hour Emergencies I Medhm PMm''n Monday. Fdday: 8 a.rn..Noon, and 1-5 p.m. I IIII;11111yl I /v,vz vvs = Saturday: 8 a.m. - Noon [ -- . I I I II II i -" 00uro . r, . FARM HOME Agent I am BlueCross BlueShield  of Nebraska N(}b. Farm Bureau teptlmentatlves ar@ authori health tneurance agents of Blue Cross and Blu@ IM O[ N4lredt& #1 Not.Foe.Profit Mutual Inmuren; y end an Independent UiNInsee Of  Blue Cron an@ Blue Shield ASsociation. , Thursday. July 18, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A N o ra , ...... Lawrence road i .... work schedule on By Meta Stiles The Nebraska Department of Roads Sunday evening supper guests of  has published an update to the state Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie , road development plan cover:'h, the were Dianes' sister, Deb McDowell years 2003 through 2008. and Nathan of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Projects in this area planned f,c their mother, Wilma Moeller, Hardy. completion during the next year in- Kenny Hamel, rural Nelson, visited elude 10.6 miles of grading and resur- Leona Anderson. facing of Highway 4 from Lawrence Lakin Lynch and Bree Steller ac-  easttoHighway 14.Theestimatedcost companied Melba Lynch to the China of that project is nearly $6 million. Club meeting held at Deshler. Highway 41 willbe resurfaced from Helen Gebers visited Loretta and Clay Center east 11.6 miles at a cost of Hattie Wulf, both of Guide Rock. nearly $2 million. Thursday evening Don and Helen vis-  Work on Highway 4 west of ited Charlie and Eleanor Stiles. Satur- Lawrence in included in the five pro- day night Lars and Bonnie Pedersen gram for fiscal years 2004 through accompanied Don and Helen to Lin- 2008 but adate has not been set. High- coln to attend the "Saltdog" baseball way 78 from Guide Rock north 14.4 game. miles is included in the same time Sue Williams attended a bridal period. shower honoring Carma Nelson, Sat- urday afternoon at the Nelson United Church of Christ. Jr. golfers compete Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer, Don In 2-person scramble and Helen Gebers, Adella Gebers and Tom Bargen attended the worship ser- Superior Junior golfers competed vice held at the fairgrounds Sunday in a 2-person scramble at the Superior morning. A breakfast followed. It was Country Club Tuesday. sponsored by the Lutheran Brother- The teams of Matt Brazil and Blake hood Twin Rivers Branch and served Edwards shot a 38, as did the team of by Don and Helen and Alfred and Josh Peterson and Cody Butler, the Mary Ann. team of Christen Freeman and Michael After attending the activities at the Kinyoun and the team of Alex Thayer fair grounds Sunday, Alfred and Mary The 1271h annual Nuckolls County Rodeo featured several local rodeo and Brock Christensen. Ann Meyer attended the ice cream contestants as well as ranked mid-state cowboys. Monday evening this calf Spencer Trap and Matt Brazil shot social at theBrodstoneMemorial Nuck- was roped and tied in slightly more than 8 seconds, a 40. Craig Guilkey and Jon Wulf shot oils County Hospital and visited her a 49. brother, Chet Moran, at the nursing New camera eom'n"l g Aaron Leibel and Ben Klahn re- home. corded a 50, Austin Shipman and Trent Saturday Cleo and Ruth Thayer Rothchild a 53, Ashley Hays and Sam viaWere dinner and supper guests f Ma-and Mary Carriker of Harvard. for drive]"s licenses 0000.Nielsen a 55 and Nick Hawley andDressman a56. Jackie Nielsen and Kendra Holcomb Vivian Carrikerand Bryn, Culbertson, Nuckolls County commissioners ment coordinator, submitted a report shot a 65 and Ethan Ross and Austin joined them for supper. The women and Bryn attended a wedding shower heard severalbriefreports from county of his activities. Zadina expects a new Peele shot a 66. honoring Tanya Anderson and Jarod employees during their Monday busi- weather alert antenna and transmitter Zach Dressman, Katrina Wulf, Jon Carriker, both of Lincoln, at the home ness meeting, to be in place and functional by Octo- Wulf, Austin Shipman and Ethan Ross ofLeannFarrand in Aurora. They will VickiEnsign,countytreasurer, said ber. The tower will also sere as a won flag prizes, be married Aug. 10. Cleo and Ruth thecountywillneedtosupplya30inch communications antenna for the visited Leonard Dana Saturday after- square counter for a new digital cam- sheriffs department. noon in the Mary I.,anning Hospital. era and computer by January 2003. Commissioners signed papers re- Markets He had surgery on Friday. The equipment will be used to take questing federal money to replace a Superior Market Several fromhere attended the kid's photographs of people applying for a bridge south of Angus on the Little Wednesday, July 17, 2002 rodeo Sunday evening. Those in 4-H driver's license. A separate mobile Blue River. They said the bridge is NewCrop have been working hard getting their stand will also be needed for a printer, currentlysafe,butwilleventuallyneed Corn ............................... 2.16 2.15 replaced because the bridge pilings Mile ................................ 2.12 2. I 1 items ready for the fair. The system is being installed in all are beginning to rust. In the past it has Wheat ............................ 3.56 3.56 Mike and Karen Thayer attended a counties throughout Nebraska. Ensign taken six to ten years toreceive federal Soybeans ........................ 5.37 4.94 wedding shower Saturday night hen- said, "The state will pay all related money for similar projects. oring Sonja Nacke and Jason Follmer expenses except for the counter and Work on the road straight south out at the Nelson City Park. cart." of Edgar is scheduled to be completed The best way to earn a rest is to Murlene Schleufer left Friday to She expects the new licenses to this summer. The blacktop surface will complete your work. assist their daughter, Lisa, and Andy look much like a credit card with the be ground off and overlaid with black- Baalman move. Irvin was there Satur- reopient's picture on it. day. Sunday evening Irvin and Marvin topby Werner Construction. Nuckolls Crowi and Virginia Lewis attended the Bred- Don Robb, county road superinten- County is responsible for a three mile stone Memorial Nuckolls County ice dent, said workin the St. Stephens road stretch of the road. The county share of m.__ cream social. Virginia helped with the may be moved ahead, the cost is 20 percent of the total cost lit serving. Leo Zadina, emergency manage- ($90,000). Selma Ferguson, county clerk, re- Tree removal, Trimming and she would be reviewing two .Stomp Removal books on handicap curbs and ramps.   By IvaLee Jacobitz She indicated some of the area around .................... the courthouse may require different Insured ..... markings, i  ' Reasonable I'ao$,} Jamie McClure brought his mother Mrs. Iva)a' Jacobitz were Teresa Commissioners plan to begin re- = Free estimates  homefromthehospitalThursday.They Jacobitz, Christian, Aaron and Josh viewing departmental budgets at their visited Evelyn Honeycutt. Jacobitz. Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter visited Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. weekly meeting next Monday morn- Phone 402-1179-]608 Evelyn Honeycutt and Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer were Mrs. Scott Kienow ing. Don FollmerFriday. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, Mr. Awsiukiewicz and Jacob and Gayle DANA F, COLE & COMPANY, LLP and Mrs. Darrell Jensen, Orin Dillon, Follmer. They came to attend the Uyvonne Knehans and Mr. and Mrs. shower for Nathan Follmer and his CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Don Follmer met at a Superior cafe for fiancee Sonja. Kelsey, Katilyn, Karessa supper. Follmer and Uyvonne Knehans were Raelyn D. Miller, C.P.A. Donald Williams and daughters Sunday supper guests of Muriel and were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Don Follmer. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams. 213 East 3rd Superior, Nob. 68978 Uyvonne Knehans attended Bible  402-879-4761 * Fax 402-879-4938 Study Thursday afternoon. ,.. Kristen and Sarah Porter stayed e-maU: Tuesday night and Wednesday with  , Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter. LaVeta at- [ Business Is Great ...... And We're Looking For More/ tended a shower honoring Carma Nelsen at the United Church of Christ !./ Saturday. Don Follmer, Helen Wainright and granddaughter, Addison, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz. Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz visited Mrs. Gary McClure at the hospital Thursday. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and ag Carpenter Finally Health Insurance hxiclmny Cost Effective Affordable Professionally Trained For The Self-Employed |l I, ar[t |uperlor, Neb. 60900| 402-079-30034 Envelopes Business Cards DR = Flyers Announcements _... FRANK Sale Bills * Carbonless Forms LF.SIAK Stationary Computer Stationary Invitations * Continuous Forms Will Be In Superior To See Programs * Graphic Design Patients At The Brochures Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital Large or Small! Thursday, !! June 25 For All Your Please Call {402) 879-3281 i Printing Needs. to set up an appointment F G & Publishing Co. "/ ( 148 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 800-782 6959 . ....,-,.,,.,.,,__,.,...,,.,,.. o.,.,....,.,.._____o____.____. 402 - 879 - 3291 II