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'8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 18, 2013 I Courthouse News Nuckolls Comtty County Court, traffic Casey L. Troudt, Lawrence, CMV brake general; $50. Breanna Jean Elting, Davenport, speeding; $75. Michiel J. Hoyer, Superior, speed- ing; $25. John C. Ray, Webber, speeding; $25. County Court, civil Credit Management Services vs. Jeffery Combs and Brenda Combs, ~ Superior; judgment entered. County Court, criminal State of Nebraska vs. Teri L. VanSteenberg, Superior, two counts disturbing the peace; $150. State of Nebraska vs. Brent D. Miller, Superior, speeding and open container; $75. State of Nebraska vs. Ronald L. Garcia, Superior; open container; $50. Marriages Bradley Alan Kohmetscher and Emily Ann Lovejoy were married on July 6 in Lawrence by Pastor Thomas M. Bush with Keith Faimon and Jes- sica Lovejoy as wimesses. Carroll LeRoy Sole and Patricia Mac Welty-Hoffman were married on July 6 in Nelson by Nuckolls County Clerk Magistrate Diana L. Wehnnan with Rodney Ward and Kayla Sole as witnesses. Real estate transfers Paul A. Sauvageau, Nancy J. Sauvageau to Chad Mickel, Leslie Mickel Pt Lots 5, 6 in Block 31 ,, Origi- nal Town of Superior. Victor Dugger, Sr., to Darren W. Willett, Tiffany T. Willett Pt N 1/2 NE 1/4 35-1-7. Scott J. Butler, Shelly L. Butler, James L. Butler - trustee, Fern J. Butler - trustee for the James L. and Fern J. Butler Revocable Trust to Su- perior East II, LLC Pt NE 1/4 PT NW 1/4 Pt SW I/4 Pt SE 1/431-1-6. Rempe Farms, a Nebraska general partnership, to Superior East II, LLC N I/2NE1/4NE1/4NW1/4 Lot4,5 31- 1-6 Nuckolls County. Claude Monroe Dodds, Jr., Tammy Dodds to Claude M. Dodds, Sr., Rebecca D. Dodds Lots 4, 5, 6 in Block 7, Original Town of Oak. Tanya Kristine Ptacnik, James Ptacnik to Claude M. Dodds, Sr., Rebecca D. Dodds Lots 1,2, 3 in Block 7, Original Town of Oak. John W. Embree, Jr., Sheri D. Embree to Constance J. Frazier Lots 1, 2, 3 and Pt LOt 7 in Block 4, Wheelers 1st Addition to Nelson; Lots 1, 2, 3 in Block 3, Wheelers 1st Addition to Nelson of Nelson. Ivalee M. Jacobitz to Tom Willett, Josh Jacobitz Pt Lots 10, 11 12 in Block 30, Original Town of Nelson. Michael Hinz - co-personal repre- sentative, Carl Hin~ - co-personal rep- resentative for the Estate of LeRoy Hinz to Carl Hinz undivided 1/2 inter- est in NE 1/4 36-3-6; W 1/2 SE 1/4 30- 3-5. Michael Hinz - co-personal repre- sentative, Carl Hinz - co-personal rep- resentative for the Estate of LeRoy Hinz to Michael Hinz undivided 1/2 interest in NE 1/4 36-3-6; W, 1/2 SE 1/4 30-3-5. Adams Land Title Company Title Insurance Abstracting 1031 Exchanges, Escrow Closing Residential--Commercial--Agricultural 422 N. Hastings Ave., Ste 102, Hastings, Neb., 68901 Phone: 4024634198, Evening Hrs: 402-756.7087 Email: WeNte: w~.adamslt.c0m Michael Hinz - co-personal repre- sentative, Carl Hinz - co-personal rep- resentative for the Estate of LeRoy HinztoOaryHinzEl/2SE1/430-3-5." I promised the results from the Inthe 19andover, MeganAndar- Father's Day horse show and now I son, Morgan Harms, Michelle Ander- have them. son, Julie Otero, Janelle Stelk (riding First off, I was in error by saying it her Appaloosa Lena), Sharon Brehm, was a 4-H Horse Show. Laurie Ely set Amanda Pfluster on a showy red and Robin F. Scully dies me straight on that. It was an open white pinto named Bart, Natasha show, with adults also competing, 38 Wehrman, Katie Benton, JennaAdam, in England ofthem, as it happens. The 4-H club's Ethan Rundle, Kelsey Parker, Hannah only involvement was in running the Birt, Lindsey Sich, Lacey Dice, Robin Frederick Scully was born in concession stand. Madean Wilkerson, Patrick Wallin, 1924 and died in England Friday. He Second, when I said that the results Jackie Lemmer, Dustin Bilbrey, and was the great-grandson of William had akeady been published, I was in Raesha Ceine were the winners. Scully, the Landlord, who purchased error there too--the published results The Guide Rock Cemetery Asso- and then leased vast amounts of farm- were from the Webster County 4-Hciation has received donations in land in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri show held at the fairgrounds. So here memory of Ruth Vogler and Slim and Illinois. He acquired more than goes with the real scoop. Montgomery from the Class of 1981. 225,000 acres of land and leased it, There were 81 total contestants, of ThePaHurcommitteemetonThurs- without improvements, to tenants, whom 38 were adults, competing in day to finalize details for the PaHur ThoughbeseldomvisitedNuckolls the 19 and Older categories. Catego- Celebration planned for Aug. 16 and Countyinrecentyears, Scully was one ries included Open Class Bareback 18. of the county's largest landowners. Western Pleasure; Lead Line 6 and Watch for upcoming information Uponthedeathofhisparents, Frederick Under; Open Class Egg and Spoon onevents and times. Most events are and Betty in 1942,,,Rohin and his Horsemanship; Western Pleasure; planned for City Park. Because of the brother, William, inherited the bulk of Western Horsemanship; Open Classoutdoor venue, there will not be a quilt their parents estate. William received Walk-Trot; Trail; Reining; (races) show. IfyourememberfromtheEaster lands in Kansas and Robin received Keyhole; Stake Race; Pole Bending; Egg Hunt, there are aggressive robins more than 34,000 acres of Nuckolls Flag Race and Clover Leaf Barrels. in the park, and quilts will not be hung County land as well as more than 22,000 The morning events were mostly forthem to attack. acres of Gage County farmland. Robin horse handling, with the emphasis be- Mark and Cynthia Schutz have served in the United States navy dur- ing on the team cooperation of horse moved into Frank (Buck) Mulkey's ing WW 11. As the years passed, the and rider in more formalized maneu- house on University street. They for- brothersaddedtotheirNuckoilsCounty vers. At least, I think that's probably merly resided in Apple Valley, Calif. land holdings, how you could describe it--I wasn't at Cynthia is Billy Mulkey's daughter, He became the owner of Clovelly the morning events, so can't say much Vivian's granddaughter. Cynthia is a Farms, in Kentucky, in 1959, which aboutthem. The aftemoon events em- registered nurse, and Mark said he breeds and trains thoroughbred race- phasized speed. "has done a bit of everything" includ- horses. At the time of his death he I spoke to the Quackenbush family ing designing parts for the Space resided in the United Kingdom at from Superior.Mrs.Quackenbushtold Shuttle, Boeing 747. Cynthia's sister, Abbotswood House, Cheltenham, me that youngsters usually came back Cathy Stoner, is also aregisterednurse. Gloucestershire, England. He had disappointed from the morning events Andi Loder and Brian Day have served on the board of directors of becausetheirhorseswereworking cow bought the house where Norma Streit several corporations, had an interest in ponies and didn't do so well in the lived. Currently they are camping out Clovelly Oil Company, a New Or- handling events. However, they usu- in a tent in the back yard, since the leans, La., energy company, and man- ally shone in the speed events, house needs quite a bit of work inside. aged the Scully Estates. The results follow. (If you don't ' Andi comes from Lindsborg and Brian Donald Michael recognizeyourname, becauseofspell- grew up in the Arizona desert. They ing or other issues I'm working off a said they are "just simple country Donald Eugene Michael, 85, died photocopy of several different hand- people." Andi is an ag major from June 27. He was born to Walter and writings, so sometimes the writing isn't Kansas State University. Andi and VeraMichaelinLoretto, Neb.,onAug. always as readable as it mightbe.) In Brian asked me to convey their thanks 5,1927. He served in the US Air Force the 11 And Under events, Chance toeverybodyforalltheirkindnesswhile during WWlI. After completing his Mignery's name showed up quite a lot; they clean up, repair and renovate the service, he met Ella Hope Lane in he took first in Western Horseman- house. Superior. They were married June 7, ship, Reining, Stake Race, Pole Bend- Sevenpeopleattended theWednes- 1949. Don graduated from Harding ing, Flag Race and Barrels. day Coffee Hour at the Senior Center. University with a bachelor of arts de- Hailee Stark took first in Western In the absence of the usual cook and gree and began his career as a minister Pleasure, Gage Wright won in Trail, bottle washer, Lee Doughman, for the Church of Christ. He preached and Ashlyn Mohling turned in the best Caroldene Williams took on the duty in Arkansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Colt- time in the Keyhole Race. TaraAllen, ofmakingquantitiesofcoffee.Inaddi- rado, California and for the last 46 Lauren Schmidt, Jaren Aurand, Gage tion to coffee and conversation, at- years, in Grants Pass, Ore. He preached Wright, Adalyn Quackenbush, Ellatendees shared peach shortcake (i.e. his last sermonon June 23, 2013. Gardner, Cody Buescher were alsopeaches, angel cake and whipped He is survived by his wife, Ella among the day's winners in the 11 and cream),applesaucecookies, andchoo- Hope; his two sisters, Karen of under category, late-dipped cookies. Keamey, and Kay ofLincohi, Neb.; a Tate Thompson, Haley Waddell, Wheat harvest is over for another brother, Gary of Nashville, Tenn.; his Carie Murman, Elizabeth Quacken-year.ThegalsatCPIsaiditwentqnick. daughter Mrs. James (Donna) Bryan bush, Tonelle Peroutaon Salsa, Devon John Ely said it seemed to drag out of Stockton, Calf.; sons, Kevin, and Wilkerson, Adi Friesen, and Calie more than usual. He also estimated an Jeff of Grants Pass, and Jerry of Schliep were the winners in the 12 to average yield of 20 to 40 bushels an Wenatchee, Wash.; 11 grandchildren 14 age group. Molly Gruener, Victoria acre, down from the more usual 50 to and 13 great-grandchildren. Kerth, Kylie Mohling on a blue roan 60 in other years. The lingering winter, Don was preceded in death by his named, appropriately enough, Blue, with cold snaps and snow about the parents, a sister and two brothers. Don worked as a missionary twice Jordan Harms, Carley Bostock, Linday time the wheat was in "first joint" in Albania and also in New Mexico, Hinrichs, Bryce Buescher, Haley stage, hurt the crop pretty badly, and working with the Navajo Indians to Kussman, Shane Ostdiek, and then the sudden hot dry weather fro- establish a mission. He started church Maekayla Ward took the honors in the ished it off. Bible camps for teensinMarshalltown, events for the 15 to 18-year-olds. Several farmers elected to cut the Iowa, Frfmont, Neb., and Cortez, Colo. He was instrumental in establishing a Christian college in York. Don semi- retired in 1991 but continued his min- istry at other Churches of Christ as needed, until his death. He enjoyed working in his garden and time with his family. He said, "I have lived a life filled with both joy and sorrow. The Lord has truly blessed US." Services were held Saturday at The Savage Street Church of Christ, Grants Pass, Oregon. "If we begin wittl certainties, we shall end in doubts; but if we begin wi~ doubts, and are patient in them, we shall end in certainties." Francis Bacon f Plat-Tam Books For Sale New books are now available for $15 at the Nuckolls County Clerk's office. Updated with the changes of 911 addresses, and changes in rural land owners and tenants. Stop in and request to purchase a book or contact the Clerk's Office at 402-225-4361 or by email at: clerk@ Jackie Kassebaum Nuckolls County Clerk 28-2c .I # J Ii qtAT A R IDEA! For hot deals on quality merchandise and personalized service stop In at 150 W. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4430 Senior Savings Da r Sandy Larkey wheat while still green as hay tor the cattle during the winter. Others, I'm told, chose to plow under the wheat and plant late-season soybeans, al- though how they expected beans to thrive when it was too dry for wheat is beyond me. You may have heard a bit on the news about the 17- and 13-year cica- das swarming this year. Science News magazine had an article on them in the July 13 issue. (I' 11 leave it at the library, if anyone is interested.) The map they printed showing outbreaks of the cica- das only showed Nebraska as having them along the Mississippi River. Well, 'tain't so. Ellie picked up something in the front yard the other night and wanted to bring it in the house. When I heard her buzzing, I made her let go of what she held and discovered this great big bug. She wasn't very happy with me for making her lose a fun toy--or maybe she planned to eat itl Anyway, this is the year of the cicadas, it seems. There was no news colun~ last time, because it just never occurred to me that a mid-week holiday, i.e. the 4th, would affect the deadlines for the newspapers. There were a lot of fire- works set off on the Fourth, so I can't really say that Guide Rock had a"quiet" holiday. Ellie isn't bothered as much by fireworks as Harley was, but she did jump when the really big boomers went off. Can' t say I blame her for that--I did too. However, everybody who set off fireworks was careful, and we had no accidents because of the fireworks so we came out okay. And I guess that's all for this time around. As always, a box at the post office, emall me atdiaspar3 @, snail mail me at P. O. Box 93, or phone me at 402-257-2037. By Betty Bouray I I Marilyn and Jaren Aurand stayed the weekend at Thompson Quarter Horses in Beloit. Marilyn made a sup- per of bubble up pizza Friday night for everyone getting ready to show the next day. Jaren showed his horse, Simon, at the Mitchell County Riders show and placed second in western pleasure riding and first in horseman= ship and junior king. Marilyn made mast beeL mashed potatoes and gravy with strawberry upside down cake for supper on Sunday. Jaren placed third in western pleasure riding and fourth in horsemanship. Ray and Brenda Danielson of Anvil Alpacas sold alpaca merchandise at the Heritage Ag. Festival held in Belleville. Several enjoyed the Republic City July 4th celebration, with flag raising at 6 p.m., PIEGO and kids games at 6:15, followed by a pot luck meal with meat, drink and table service provided by the city. Several door prizes do- nated by local and Republic County businesses and indiViduals~were drawn for as people bought chances. The fire- works display was not held because it was too windy. They will be set off at a later date. JarenAurandstayedthreedayswith Phyllis Schmitt of Oak, Janis grandma Helen Aurand, playing with Culbertson of Nelson, and Tub his cousins and swimming at the pool. Drohrnan of Ruskin; and two special A road rally was held by the R.H.S. Recreation Association on Sunday. Winners of the day were first place Kent Swartz and Betsey Reed; second place Keenan Elliott, Jesse Brown and I.~ Vandenberg. The event raised a total of $171. "Something Along Those Lines" played at the Belleville Heritage Ag. Festival for some of their entertain- ment at the beer garden. Dillon B ouray is the drummer for this band. Other members are Brady Lowell, Colton Jones, Mike Love and stage hand Jaden Baxa. Lawrence and Estaline Bouray enjoyed listening to them. The Do-Nothings were not sorry to meet on July 11. Betty Bouray hosted this month's get together at Antiques for lunch. Following the meal, a game of "Sorry Revenge" was played. Tick- ets were sold by Shirley Johnson to the Scandia United Methodist Church China show in August, the club's next outing~ Hostess Betty Bouray won the game of Sorry Revenge. Pat Dinning bought a patriotic mail box bird house. Nadine Adams was not able to attend. Gregg and Joan Birrell visited Aaron, Misty Birrell and Colten, and Gaven Yungeberg in Republic on Sun- day. Other guests were Antone and Carolyn Scoville from Washington. The Rae Hobson Memorial Library had their board meeting at 8 p.m. on July 11. Those attending were presi- dent Nick Levendofsky, vice president Tisha Johnston, secretary Loisann Brown, treasurer Kay Brown, and members Connie Smith and Betty Bouray. Librarian Vera Burge and guest Marilyn Aurand were also in attendance. Fundraising ideas were shared and plans made. The basement project was discussed. Betty Bouray reported on the gift from the Libri Foundation: with matching funds, the library will add $700 in children's books. The library will soon become a "courier" library, when paper work is completed and trainmg is done. The Scandia library is letting them piggy back on their courier service. Kathy Rippell will visit Aug. 6 to train Vera Burge and Betty Bouray on how to become a KINEC lending library. It was voted on to become a "fine-free library." On July 6, Darrell Birrell's family gathered at the farm to celebrate the Fourth of July. Those present were Darrell Birrell, Greg and Joan Birrell, Aaron and Misty Birrell, Kimberlee Birrell, Mistie Williams, Scott Birrell, Ewan Birrell, Colten and Gaven Yungeberg, Bill. Katie, Andrew and Liam Mikesell. Oak By Phyllis Schmitt A seven pound, seven ounce baby boy, Jase Tyler, was born to Dustin and Nikki Drohman Saturday at Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. He is welcomed home by a big sister, Molley, age five, grandparents. Junior and Dixie Drohman and Dorrell and LeAnn Lipker, all of Oak, great-grandparents, uncles, Cory Lipker and Derrick Drohman. Stopping at the hospital in Sunday to see the new baby were Janis, Phyllis, and Willa Soreusen. All m reported to be doing well. Going to Lincoln on July 5 were Phil and Gerry Eekles and Dick and Carol Eckles for the wedding of Dan Eckies and Stephanie Scharf on July 6. They attended the rehearsal and re- hearsal supper among other things. Phil and Gerry stayed with Ben and Sarah Vanhorn while Dick and Carol stayed with Daniel. Others from the area at- tending the wedding were the McCutchan family and Trish Rasmussen of Nelson and Beulah McKenny of Aurora. Gerry was a houseguest of her daughter, Rhonda Brubacher, on Sunday, and they went to Sondra Peterson's for supper. The Eckies came home on Monday. Donnie Biltoft of Texas was a re- cent dinner guest of Don and Lola Biltoft. Donna Gillan joined the quilters on Monday, then went to Hastings in the afternoon, On Tuesday, she attended the 70th birthday party for Alfred Hanson, and on Wednesday, she had lunch at the coffee shop. Phyllis Schinitt attended the funeral of a cousin, Mildred Wilcoxson, in Red Cloud on Monday, later visiting with Pauline Hanson in Superior. On Thursday Phyllis attended the funeral of Marietta Stenson in Superior, later having refreshments with DeVee Smalley. Eating breakfast out on Tuesday to celebrate Alfred Hanson's birthday were Alfred and Janell, Pauline Hanson, and Matt and Teresa Sullivan, Matdson and John. Bible study was held at the church on Friday with Jackie Cox, Lynda Brich, Doris Ahrens, Verla Snyder and Phyllis Schmitt attending. Jackie served the lunch. Jackie Cox and Gaylene Franzen were overnight guests of SienaFranzen in Lincoln on Friday night. Pat Brusseau and Cloma Corman were in Hastings on Friday for an ap- pointment, lunch and shopping. Satur- day night, Dick Lowery and Pat ate supper in Strung, and on Sunday, Pat and Vickie Anderson went to Superior for shopping and lunch. Donna Gillan attended the 90th birthday celebration of Lorraine Nielsen at the Community Center in Nelson on Saturday. Saturday night, Donna and Terri Oltmans went to a play in Hastings: "The Little Mer- maid." A niece, Shelley Eiseman, was in the production. Donna and Terri met Betty Struss, Jackie Miller, Brandi Eiseman and Jodi Miller there. Donna and a group of women ate Sunday dinner at the Elk's. Dick and Claudia Hanson visited Pauline Hanson Sunday night. "I find that the pain of a little censure, even when it is unfounded, is more acute than the pleasureofmuch praise." Thomas Jefferson 2-Pocket Folders.* Reg 4,q bruit 18t0tal CRAYOLA 24-ct. Crayons or ELMER'S 4-oz. School Glue.* Reg. 1.49 Limit 4 each. \ k , BIC Pens.* Reg. 1.99 Limit 2 each. *Additional CRAYOLA-" Classic Markers.* Reg 249 Limit 2 each. auantities available at regular ~rice. While CRAYOLA Washable Markers.* Reg. 2.99 um~ 2 oaeh quantities last. Sorry, no rainchecks. Styles vary by store. ",y.