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IA 'FIIE SU PERIOR EXPRESS [ Favored in Thursday, August 2, 1973 O Druba, J. If 100 winner of S In order to settle the estate of Ada Gertrude Hudson, deceased, I will sell public auction the following described land at the farm, located 1 mile and {{ mile west of Hollinger, Nebraska or 5 miles east of Beaver City, braska, on Highway 89, at 1 p.m., 1973 on This land is real good fimt bottom farm in Be aver Creek Valley, located on It is one of the better farms in the area with velT good possibilities for irrigation. farm that has good soil and potential possib ilities. There is an old barn close to the way where the sale will be held. There are 117 acres of planted milo. The pur:haser will receive 2/5 of milo elevator and will also receive possession to wheat land thin fall if he wishes to plant on the land that was planted to wheat last year. Full possession March 1, 1974. Elrod is the present tenant. The land will be , ld subject to the tenant's rights, "" " " g : P the 1973 taxes. The purcha l will receive 2/5 o;f growm c o but will assume Legal Description: NW of Section 17, Township 2 North, Range 21 II .... Thts land win be sold to the highest bidder by Eugene M. Alexander, exe of the estate of Ada Gertrude Hudson, deceased. -- I II I " I I J TERMS OF SALE: 25% day of sale and balance when deeds and abst dA furmshed. Further announcements will be made day of sale. The 1972 all prior year taxes paid. I!ugeme M Alexlnd AttQ me|' H. Kottmeyer, Auctioneer. Licensed Real Estate Broker in the states of Nebraska and Kansas For any further infor,dation call the auctioneer at 402-879-3935 or Stock Yards at 402-879-4450, Superior, Nebraska. , / Current Special Prices i J Calf creep-R&R pellets ...... j i J $93.00 Per Ton Bagged J I Steerl Piema 64% w/140 Aureoi I ! $121.00 per Ton Bagged I I 32 swine Supplement ..... [ l $266"00 Per Ton Bagged 'J Inq. [E I I ...... Aureo Crumbles2gm lb. I [ , $5.65 Per 5O,!b: Bag I [' A'$" 7 Crumbles 4 gm Ib" [ '~:~0 n I ....sT.n Pe s0 ab. 8,g. I to -00 Your Local Dealer NELSON City Auditorium e Sponsored by o DELMER $CHRONTZ, Mgr. runs with the Astros close with ticipated. [ F~'ank H. Sawyer Hearing Aid Service i , , , Hearing Aid "Serving All Hearing Aid Users" I Consultant Mr. Sawyer Will Be At Leslie Hotel J 415 Sharp WEDNESDAY, AUGUST8 | Bldg.; ( Not August 9 as Originally AdvertislKI) | Lincoln, Nebr.: From 3:30 to S: 30 p.m. I n l i iiiii i i iii ( i i i i | hospital insurance helps pay for? in ANSWER: Expenses covered Harvard's Midgets and evening's first game. The the ten-run rule. Bill Hanson of under Medicare hospital in- juniors challenged Holdrege's winning pitcher for Harvard Holdrege was the winning surance include a semi-private Midgets and Juniors in the was Tim Yost while Holdrege's hurler while Steve Applebee of room, operating room charges, District 10 east-west playoff Kile Johnson took the loss. Harvard was the loser, regular nursing services, drugs games played in Superior In the Junior's contest, The twowinnersadvancedto furnished by the hospital :: :: Sunday evening. Holdrege turned the tables and Area C tournament play that laboratory tests, X-ray and Harvard's Midgets blasted whacked Harvard 13-3 in a started Wednesday night in other radiology services, the Holdrege Midgets 8-0 in the game called after six innings by Superior. medical supplies, use of ap- in Football physicals slar! this week. over equipment check-ou! Aug. 13, 14 As the summer baseball physicals this year will be $2.50 An eight-run fifth inning Siebecker, S.3b 513 program windstoa halt, the fall Football equipmen{ check out explosion, boosted Superior's Madsen, K. lb 310 football program is prepared to will be Monday and Tuesday, Midgets past the Sutton Midgets Ross, M. cf 41 1 spring into action. Aug. 13 and 14. According to 13-10 in the first round of the Kottmeyer, K. p 412 Football practice for Superior Coach Pat Avey, a check out district tournament at Harvard Rempe, J. If 413 High School students will begin schedule will be posted later, :last Thursday morning. Ehlers, D. rf 100 Monday, Aug. 20. however, physical exams must Graham, 31 1 Prior to starting practicebe completed before checking Superior trailed 7-4 going into and ctmcking out eqmpment, all out equipment. the fifth inning, but they sent 13 Sutton Superior Schools' football batters to the plate blowing the candidates must have taken aCoach Avey also advises that game open. Kent Kottmeyer ElyM.2b 5 2 2 physical exam The exams will all candidates begin wearing went the route in gaining the Trautman, G. p 5 1 2 be given at the Superior Clinic their football shoes to run in a win~DaveRempeledthehitters Schelkopf, J.3b 4 1 1 this Saturday between t0 and12 little every day so they can with two singles and two Rauscher.P.c 5 0 2 a.m. for junior high school age avoid blisters, tie also advises doubles while Steve Siebecker Boehler, D. lb 4 1 3 boys. The high school physicals all high school boys who have aided the cause with a two-run VanKirk, 3 0 0 will be given the following not yet started their con- homer to left field. Gemar, G. rf 4 0 0 Saturday, Aug. 11, between 10 ditioning program to do so at Jackson, J. cf 422 and 12 am. The cost for the once. Superior Gemar, S. If 3 3 2 * * R H winners in Rempe, D. c 444 Line Score Barfknecht, L2b 4 1 1 Sutton 003 312 1 10 Frerichs, M. ss 3 2 1 Superior 102 181 x 13 The Little League summerthree. The Expos played the Hard of Hearing baseball program came to a Angles, the II, 12 and 13-year climax Thursday evening when olds, in another thriller, the Hearing Tests the A's and the Expos were score being 1-0. winners in championship games. Pat Avey coached the Little MAICO O~ The first game, 8,9 and 10- League games this summer. en year olds, the A's scored four Approximately 150 boys par- Red Cloud Edgar was winner of the Byron 11. In the first round of Junior win for Red Cloud as Swiecz- Hilburn, If 400 South Central Men's Softball Thursday, July District Tournament action in kowski took the loss. Hansen, lb 411 League over Nelson in the final Friedensau 8, Harvard last Thursday, the Superior AB R H Miksch, ss 200 play-off Monday. The score was Davenport 2. .i Su~rior Juniors were upset by 13-8. All games were played at Friday, July 27: Bean, C. 410 Red Cloud 7-5. Superior was Swieczkowski, T.p&rf 41 1 Meyers, cf 3 1 2 ~ / Davenport. Oak 1; Nelson8, : ; The scores in the double Saturday, July~: favored to take the district title Jackson, J. 3b 3 1 1 Spargo, rf 4 1 1 i ~] ~ eliminations are as follows: but poor defensive support and Conger, M. cf & p 5 0 3 Paul, 2b 3 1 1 . Davenport 9; Edgar lack of key hits doomed theGarrels, B.c 5 2 3 Matthews,3b&p 2 2 1 ~ /i ~ Monday, July 23: Edgar 4, Sunday July 29: locals. Pitchers Tom Swiecz- Swanson, R. ss 4 0 1 Gilbert, p&3b 3 0 0 ] Oak 1; Byron 8, Hubbell 7, and Hardy 5;'Nelson 9, I [ kowski and Mark Conger gave Epke, N. If 3 01 ~,t~~ i .~ Hardy 8, Nelson 1. , Monday, July 30: | up only six hits, but six errors Christiancy, K. lb 300 Line Score ~ ~' " ~ Wednesday, July 25: Nelson 8. aided the Red Cloud attack. Druba, R2b 400 Redcloud 04110107 Superior 200 2010 5 Thompson, S. cf 1 1 dy i 10, Hubbell 0; and_ Edgar 12 and winner. ____~ Scott Matthews chalked up the Davenport 8, Friedensau 2; Oak Oak was the season I * Ahh,,ugh the heart attack Although floods are ets knoq k over Rusk ar in i~self is sudden, notes the with scor-n by many, ld 19-11 cq ntest Rem~e,J. lb 22 1 is ,11' result of a slowly They scour and deel Brown, W. ss 1 00 developing disease process, which gradually Graham, 5 2 ~ called atherosclerosis, of the shallower during P( Ct~l'onarv arteries, even flow. In a wild semi-final district field, to lead the hitting. Rick Ehlers, D. rf 1 1 0 TH HO D E unlorswon over th more mr G J ' e Ha va J " " American Legion District t0 ~ [ ~tournament game played last Graham pitched in with four Hiatt, K.lf 3 0 0 playoff game in Superior Sunday evening for the District Championship. Dwayne Bostelman, I Friday at Harvard, the Superior base hits. Ivan Troxal took the Ruskin-Hardy lournamentdirector, is presenting the trophy to the Holdrege Juniors. The Juniors next game was BEST SELECTION OF | :Midgets outscored Ruskin- loss for Ruskin Hardy. Heitmann, D. lf 310 WednesdayatSp.m. in the Area C. Tournament in Superior. Express Photo Hardy sMidgetslg-ll. Bouray, B.c ~o Hunting Supplie I Superior had the game well in Superior ABRH Clark, J. ss&pMiCkelsen'A'3b 55222 4. rea Legionbase ball | hand in the fifth inning, leading Rempe, D.c&p 2 4 1 Troxel, I.p&ss 5 1 1 |' 18-0 but with many sub- Barfknec~t, L2b 2 2 0 Hoops, L. 2b 5 0 1 | :stitutions in for Superior, Kottmeyer, K. 2b100 Meyer, B. lb 500 In NorthCentral Kansas I '~Ruskin-Hardy rallied for 10 Frerichs, M. ss&p 421 Peterson, D. cf 423 tournament here Wed I ~ runs to keep the game in doubt Wyatt, A.c 1 0 0Schultz, K. rf 1 1 0 GUrlS, Pistols, Rifles, Scopes, [ :~until the final out. Kevin Siebeeker, S. 3b 322 Line Score | ~Madsen picked up the win for Bargen, S. 3b 201 Superior 3814 11119 The Area C American Legion The Midget tournament will second ga e Reloading Supplies | ~ Superior. Steve Siebecker poled Madsen, K. p & lb 433 Ruskin- Junior and Midget baseballget underway Friday at 6 p.m. I ~antherhmerundgaintleft Simonsen, L. lb 1 0 0 Hardy 000 0 (10)1 0 11 tournament being held at when Nebraska City will face Sunday at8p.m, the winner of Clearance Midg " h [ Superior's Lincoln Park Field Auburn That game will be game four, which was played at got underway Wednesday followed at 8 p.m. when Har- 8 p.m. Thursday, will face the arvar calls end to title e .~ evening at 6 p.m. when Juniors vard takes on Geneva. The I from Norris and Falls CityMidget winners will then play winner of game five, which was [ ~ The Superior Midgets had winning pitcher while Kevin Kottmeyer, K. p 1 0 0 opened the series. The second Sunday at 6 p.m. played at 8 p.m. Saturday. The ~i~heir season ended by theMadsen absorbed the loss for Harvard game saw ftoldrege facing Junior action will resumeseventh and final game, if | ~Iarvard Midgets 7-4 last Superior. Stett, ss 411 ] C~teat 8 p.m. necessary, will be played | !: ~aturday night in the finals of Grote, 3b 4 0 0 loaay, the losers of Wed- Saturday at 8 p.m. when the .. | ~lhe east half of the District 10 Superior Yost, lb & p 4 -13 nesday's action will play at 6 :'linner of game 3, which was Monday at 8 p.m. It will have | i~baseball tournament at Har- AB R H Hynes, If 210 p.m. with the winners playing at p ayed at 6 p.m. Thursday,the same pairing as the Sunday ! ~vard. Rempe, D.c 310 Laue, rf 4128 p.m. faces the loser of Thursdays game. Barfknecht, L2b 300 Johnson, p&lb 311 J ( A four-run first inning got Freriehs, M. ss 312 Dixon, cf 400 -,,;- t e ..... :~. pliances and equipment andafter you leave the hospital. | :::Superior off, to a good start but Siebecker, S. 3b 300 Haseloh,2b 221 ~u~,~dt avCUNly medical social services. If you want more information | *they couldn t hold the lead as Madsen, K. p & Ib 1 F,~ke, c 2 0 0 Phone (913) 527-5193 Belleville, : Harvard broke out for five runs Ross, M. rf i ~ 1 Buefirer, c 1 1 QUESTION: !'11 soon be 65Hospital insurancecan also about Medicare, Call, write, or and eligible for Medicare help pay for some follow up care visit any social security office. in the third inning to take Rempe, J. lb&lf 300 Line Score command of the game. Rod Graham, R. cf 301 Harvard 105001 07 hospital insurance. Can you tell Johnson of Harvard was theHiatt, K.lf 100 Superior 40000004 me what costs Medicare