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Thursday, July 18, 2013 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A A convoy of custom harvest equipment made its way north through Superior on Iv~nday. The Brown Harvesting crews were from Devils Lake, North Dakota and were certainly heading in the right direction. Wheat crops to the south have been harvested and the group was following the ripening crop north. cream novelties. The Kohmetchers involvement w ith the community does not stop with the bar and restaurant. They had acquired the building adjacent to the second room with a view to adding additional restrooms and storage space. The clos- ing of Lawrence's only grocery store forced a revision in that phin. A door which had been removed was rein- stalled and the Kohmetchers had added grocer to their job titles. They said the community needs a store to help retain its poptilation. The store carries essen- tials such as bread and milk as well as an extensive grocery line. It does not stock meat or produce. The store does feature a large selection of greeting cards. The grocery is open six days a week, Monday through Saturday. The Kohmetschers have placed both businesses up for sale. The toll of work- ing 70 to 80 hours a week is creeping up. He and Marge would like to spend more lime with their children. Scolt. York, and Lisa, Kearney . and their four grandchildren. They haven't re- ceived ~ firm oft~r but they are a pa- tient couple, Dicl~ wot/l~l: like to retire. His concept of retirement is to work 40 to 50 hours a week. He actually would like to devote more time to his avocation of baseball. He has long been active in American Legion baseball. I.egion ball is not as healthy a program in this area as it once' was. He finds it difficult to keep the ntnnbers up and the area is fielding a junior team only and they are short on personnel. He is active in girl's soft- ball. He works with the South Central League which also fields teams in Su- perior. Kohmetscher went to theBronx a couple of years ago to watch his be- loved Yankees play some of their last games in the old Yankee Stadium. After he retires, he hopes to return to the new Yankee Stadium for some games. Maybe even a subway series. Yan- kees, Mets. Yankees, Dodgers. Yan- kees, Giants. To most New Yorkers, the other teams never left, they were merely loaned to the West Coast. The i Mets tmiforms are bh,e, from the Dodg- ers, and orange from the Giants. Opti- mism reigns in the Bronx and Nuckolls County. Go Yanks! 402-879-3291 .... ~:::::~i ; i: ..................... ; .................. : i i i ii:i!!!i!iiiiii!!!ii i!ili!iii!iii!iii!i !i!iiiiiilI ~, !>ii:~ ,i, i ',i,~i,i,:,i~i,i'iiiiiiiii~i~iiii!:ili~ ;i i!:i A Nebraska Department of Roads crew was busy restriping Highway 14 through Superior on Monday. The crews painted lines which removed the southbound left turn lane at the intersection of Bloom and Third Streets. They also painted markings which narrowed the eastbound lane as it enters the intersection. The removal of the traffic light at the corner has led to several near misses and one collision. Alex Watts, the four year old son od Mr. and Mrs. James Watts, Edgar, is all smiles after his successful ride on a bucking mutton. He and his twin brother, Sam, competed in the event at the Clay County Fair held at Clay Center Friday No man would listen to you talk if he didn't know it was his turn next. Allied Insurance A N~m.~C~) can help answer that. Contact Gary Thompson Agency, Inc. ' for your free insurance review today! : ,r~ au~ness ~' Home Agent: Waid Vontz, Shari Schutte I Auto or Mariah Charbonneau J: Boat Address: 401 N Central Ave, Superior, NE 68978 Jo Umbrella Office: 402-879-3913 or 800-965-3913 [, Motorcycle NOTICE The Nuckolls County Assessor's office is beginning the revalu- ation of the'E 1/2 of Nuckolls County Nebraska which includes the townships of Blaine, Elk, Garfield, Hammond, Hardy, Nora, Sherman and Spring Creek. Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. has been awarded the contract to value the improved rural properties. Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. have appraisers in the field at this time and will continue until completed with the E 1/2 of Nuckolls County. Theywill be taking photos, measuring houses and outbuild- ings and wil/be requesting interior inspections of the homes and outbuildings. If the property owner isn't home at the time of the initial exterior inspection, call back slips will be left at the property. The call back slips have the Assessor's office phone number and the initials of the appraiser who was at the prope.rty. The property owner will then need to set up time for the appraiser to come out and do an interior inspection and answer any questions. All appraisers with Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. will have photo ID and a letter of introduction from the Assessor's office to identify themselves. If you have any questions please feel free to call the Nuckolls County Assessor's office at (402) 225-2401. Dick Kohmetscher, owner of Dick's Place in Lawrence, is a dyed in the wool Yankee fan and he has the memorabilia on the wall to prove it. He has been in business since 1973 and attended some of the last games played at the old Yankees Stadium in the Bronx, N.Y. the daytime meals while one cook ]~1(~111~ ~.~ Place iS works the night shift. Heemploys high Lawrence staple schoo~ students to assist with the week- end business. A large rooln off the Continued from page 1 main bar area is home to two pool abustle throughout the mornmg as the tables where winter pool league play staff prepares for thed ~ ]er hour rush. takes place. The tables in the room are The afternoons and evenings scc a also home to weekly pitch tournamcnt. steady flow of diners and drinkers and A large screen television is used for the doors close at I a.m., with the watching sports when the main room exception of Sunday, when the doors fills up. are shut at 8 p.m. Another sign this is not a typical bar The bar serves a full menu and aretheshelvescontainDVD'sforrent. features a salad bar as well. Sunday To accompany the ice cold beer, there dinner is a buffet. Two cooks prepare is an ice cream freezer filled with ice While Supplies Last! 4 Pk. Stainless Steel Solar Light Set 517710 Sale Price Through End of July Farm & Lumber Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m, Saturday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 155 N. 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