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Obituaries Wyeth Houtz m , i Wyeth Walter Houtz, (Curly), 96, was born Aug. 13, 1914, in Naponee, to Jennie (Daughterty) and William W. Houtz, and died June 25 at Medical Center of Aurora, Colo. He was the youngest of four boys. In 192V, when Wyeth was in sev- enth grade, the family moved to Supe- rior, where he finished junior and se- nior high school. After high school he worked for his dad's trucking firm, hauling dairy and produce in central Nebraska. He met his future wife; Millie Mac Hudson, in Superior and they were, married May 17, 1941 in Goodland, Kan. Wyeth was drafted into the United States Army Dec. 26, 1942. He served in the European front during WWII and attained the rank of sergeant. Even though he rarely talked about the war, he was involved in Normandy and was at Omaha Beach. After being honorably discharged Dec. 16, 1945, they moved to Colo- rado where he worked for his uncle, Dan, and his brother, Don, before at- tending Capitol College of Pharmacy in Denver. He attained his pharmacy license in 1953 and passed the state board in both Nevada and Colorado. In 1959 he and his wife bought the Walgreen Agency Drug Store in Wray, Colo. Later they sold the drug store and retired. He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers, J. Ivan, Don and Wayne. Survivors include his wife, Millie of 70 years; two children, Bill, Denver, Mrs. Raymond Flake (Margaret Ann), Centennial, Colo.; sister-in-law, Honey Schaaf, brother-in-law, Harry Robinson, both of Superior. Services were held June 29 at Spellman-Schmidt Funeral Home. In- terment was in Grandview Cemetery with full military honors. Winona Doher Winona Ruth Doher, 97, the daugh- ter of Christopher and Sarah Anne (Pickering) Batie, was born Sept 2, 1913, on a farm near Lexington. She died July 26, at Gramercy Hill As- sisted Living m Li]coln, Neb. Winona gradu- ated from Lexing- ton High School and earned a bach- elors degree in home economists from Kearne.y State College. She was employed with the federal government and was a busi- ness partner, with- her husband. Don. She w asa memberof the Nelson Com- mumty United Church of Christ. She was united in marriage to Charles Donald Doher on Sept 28, 1947, in Lexington. To this union was born four children. Together they op- erated a grain business and petroleum transport company in Nelson and Dav- enport. Upon Dan's retirement, they purchased the Plains Motel in Superior in 1988. Winona was a member of PEO, Women's Fellowship Church Group, Nelson Chapter Order of the Eastern Star and the Entrenetl Social Club. She was preceded in death by her m parents; husband, Don, on Jan 30, 2002; step-son, Stanley Doher; daughter, Luann Doher Wilson; granddaughter, Charissa Wilson; brothers, Clyde J. Russell, and Warren Batie; and sisters, Vera Hamar and Esther Lundgren. Survivors include her children. Robert Doher, Alva, Neb., Mrs. Tom Hood (Connie), Hallam, and Sid Doher, Lincoln, Neb.; six granchildren. Colby Hood, Hickman, Mrs Brian Reese (Chelsea), Nathan, Jason. Nicholas and Jared Doher, all of Lincoln; step-grand- children, Brian and Debra Doher of Arizona; five great-grandchildren. Byron, Charles, Johnathan and Alexander Hood and Batie Reese; and a sister, Eileeen Biehl, Lexington. Her funeral was held on Friday at the Nelson Community United Church of Christ witht the Rev. Stephen Berry officiating. O.E.S service provided by the Nelson Chapter 27. Pllbearers were Colby Hood. Nathan Doher, Jason Doher, Nicholas Doher, Dale Biehl, Dave Biehl. Don Batie and Brian Reese. Honorary pall- bearers were Jared Doher and Jim Lungren. Interment was in the Nelson Cem- etery. Klawitter-Price Funeral Home of Nelson was in charge of arrange- merits. Marcelline Olivera Darlene Hale received word this week of the death of her sister. Marcelline (Amack) Olivera of Saratoga, Calif. The funeral will be today (Thursday). Lawrence Ritterling Lawrence Ludwig Ritterling, 81. son of Wemer and Sophia (Hoops) Ritterling, was born Nov. 1. 1929. on the farm near Byron. He died last Sun- day at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. He attended a rural Byron elementary school and Byron High School and then chose to help his par- ents on the family farm Lawrence was drafted into the United States Army in 1951. He served on active duty in the military until being honorably discharged in April, 1953. He had 16 veeks of basic train- ing at Fort Jackson, S.C.. and was stationed in Germany during the Ko- rean War. Lawrence was a courier for the Army and since he spoke both High and Low German. he was a valuable [ranslator. While stationed in Germany, he visited Italy, the Netherlands, Switzer- land and France. During these travels he toured the cities of Rome. Paris, Constantinople and Vienna Follow- ing his discharge, Lawrence returned to the Byron area. On Nov. 28. t954, he was united in marriage to Frances Esther Schardt of Carleton, at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Friedensau. To this union five children, Randy, Curtis, Marcia. Lyle and Lynette. were born. Lawrence and Frances farmed together near Chester, Republic. and his home place near Byron. He retired from farming in 1994 and they moved into Byron. Lawrence was a lifelong and active member of St. Peter Lutheran Church. He was preceded in death by his parents; a nephew, Scott Ritterling; six brothers-in-law; and three sisters- in-law. Survivors incltide his wife. Frances, of their home: his children, Every man hae hie 'breaking pain1;'... mine ie anyChinaj "c,h a t, coeT, e more 1;hart $29 e.  Richard l. @@tr D.D.S.  Creating Excc, ptionol Smiles 236 East 4th St.. Superior, NE 68978. (402) 879-3192 www.mazourdental.com We make dental care more affordable for your entire family. We accept all major credit cards and offer INTEREST FREE PAYNIENT PLANS (W,A.C.) 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Tibbetts- Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of the arrangements. Thursday, August 4, 2011 L:, , ko,. 7A THE: SUPEK3R : ": ":c,q Courthouse News Nuckolls County County Traffic Court Michael F. Turner, Superior, viola- tion of stop sign. $75. Charles L. Everhart, Hastings, speeding, $25. James S. Becker, Hastings, speed- ing, $25. County Civil Court Credit Management Services, Inc. v. Monte Fletcher, McCook, judgment entered. Credit Bureau of Hastings, Inc. v. Scott A. Ferguson, Nelson, judgment entered. County Criminal Court State of Nebraska vs. Ross L. Utecht. Superior, DUI 1 stoffense, $400 and license revoked 60 days. State of Nebraska vs. Daniel J. Beaty, Superior, closed season-moun- tain sheep. $1.000 and 7 days jail, ct 2, Closed season - mountain sheep, $1,000. State of Nebraska vs. Tommy Anderson, Davenport, DUI. 15+, $500, one day in jail and license revoked for one year, ct2. no proof of insurance, $100. State of Nebraska vs. Liberty Edwards. Superior, assault by mutual consent, $300. State of Nebraska vs. Donald W. Weber. Trumbull, licensed vehicle without liability insurance, $100. State of Nebraska vs. Jennifer M. Cox. Ruskin, unlicensed dog, $25. State of Nebraska vs. Michael C. Weber. Blue Hill, negligent driving, $50. State of Nebraska vs. Sandra S. Kothe. Blue Hill, disorderly conduct, $50. Marriages Brian David Blevins and Kelsea Jean Jones were married on July 23, 2011 at the 1st Presbyterian Church in ._. Hastings,:Neb., by:.eRev. Robert E. Anderscn :with Jesse Schakat and Jill Collins as witnesses. Real Estate Transfers Roger E. Degley to Roger E. Degley, Cindy Marie Russ/Harmon Pt NW 1/4 31-1-5. Sharon M. Seeba to WandaR. Wyatt Lot 1.2 in Block 2, Hunters Park Lawn Addition of Superior. Donald D. Greene, Jr. to Jan A. Officiers elected for the 2010-11 to serve the Su perior High School FFA Chapter are (from left) Seth Goings, 2011-12 chapter advisor, Miranda Ward. Kori Heller, Holly Bowers, Allison Hawley. Gavin Caldwell. Kirsten Studer. Ty Rempe, Lauren Rempe and Luke Renz. Bickel, Laura A. Bickel Pt NE 1/4 4-4- 7. William J. Hofstetter. Lynette A Hofstetter to Roger T. Stone. Pamela K. Stone Lot 20 andPt Lot 19 in Block 14, Original Town of Lawrence. Linda A. Redline-Trustee of the Linda A. Redline Revocable Trust. Christopher G. ledline-Co - Trustee and Cheryl Redline-Co-Trustee of the Christopher G. Redline Trust, Timo- thy F. Redline to Redrock Farm. L.L.C. W I/2NE 1/4 3-4-7; E 1/2NW 1/43-4- 7; W Iz2 NW 1/4 3-4-7. Arnold Ray Biltoft. Cheri Biltoft to Heather M. Blackstone. James R. Blac]stone Lot 4, 5, 6 in Block 30. Original Town of Superior. Local artist's mural Continued from page 1 One would imagine that special tools and supplies are needed to create a mural that is long-lasting in the ex- tremes of Nebraska weather. However. as the employees at a local lumber yard did their research and discovered. Swartzendruber requires no more than exterior paint and generalized brushes to complete her works of art history. "Sealant is not used," said Swartzendruber. "The sealer tends to cause an outdoor mural to wear faster." Much like the early artists of our world, Swartzendruber uses the sim- plest of tools and supplies to create works of art on readily available sur- faces where they can be seen and en- joyed by not just the town's inhabit- ants. but those who visit and share an interest in the rich history of Nebraska. model and can't predict perfectly what will happen. . Again. I'll repeat it's just a model and is looking at "a perfect year with Jenny's REESources Well. it was great to take a week off and the weather sure was nice in Colo- rado! It seems like it was a poor week to miss in regards to crop happenings, though. Several of you have been asking for a month now for me to run the Hyhrid-Maize model for 2011 corn yield predictions and I just haven't taken the time to relearn how to input the current weather file and run the simulations-but I did tonight. In my May 1 column, I was show- ing impact of planting date on yield- essentially we weren't seeing any based on the models. At the time I showed potential yield results of; 113 day hybrid planted April 15 vs. May 1 vs. May 10. the frost risk-incre/sed from 10. 17. and 21 percent respectively with average yields in a "perfect year- no limiting conditions" of 248, 254, and 244 bushels per acre respectively. For a 110 day hybrid planted the same days, yields ranged from 233,242, and no limiting conditions." I already knew we wouldn't be looking at record yields. The corn had looked even and good for the most part once it got taller, but it hid the many problems including stand problems from rain washing, residue, Pythium, greensnap, etc. In many ways I wish I was here last week so I could better understand what weather condi- tions were to explain why the model is showing a sharp yield reduction after this past week. Looking at the actual weather data (from Clay Center sta- which were similar to the predicted yields I listed above when I ran the simulations for planting dates. For the 2011 season, a 113 day hybrid planted April 15 vs. May 1 vs. May 10 based on in-season weather conditions at this point may yield 221, 225, and 236 bushels per acre respectively. A 110 day hybrid planted the same days based on in-season weather conditions at this point may yield 214. 208, and 225 bushels per acre. I don't mean to get anyone bummed about this year' s crop- again, this is just a model! I'm just sharing several have asked me to and it did such a good job of predicting in- season yields last year. It's also pre- tion), nothing really stands out to me dicting maturity really early-within the other than one 100 degree day and solar radiation greatly dropping off first two weeks of September this year which can affect grain fill and ulti- another day. I remember well the one hot, dry, non-humid week in August mately yield. 2010. The model showed a sharp yield Soy Mgmt Field Days; Reminder of Soybean Management Field Days reduction then and the corn essentially to be held at UNL's South Central Ag shut down after that, I hope it doesn't shut down after last week. The other Lab on Aug 16! Registration begins at caveat is that I used "generic" hybrids, 9 a.m. and meeting concludes at 2:30 did not input specific GDD's or silking p.m. Free registration is available the dates, and a planting population of day of the event but please RSVP for meal count to 800-529-8030. More 32,000 plants per acre. Changing any or all of these factors can influence info.canbefoundathttp://ardc.unl.edu/ what the model predicts for yield, soydays. Directions; From Clay Cen- Prior to last week, the average yield ter, 4 miles north on Highway 14. turn 243 bushels per acre respectively with for2011basedonClayCenterweather west on Highway 6: then 4.5 miles frost risks of 3, 10. and 17 percent data was tracking at or slightly above west and turn south at the SCAL sign. respectively. Granted this is iust a the lone term 30 year average yields The field site is l/2mile southofHWY - 6. Adams Land Title Company Title Insurance. Abstracting 1031 Exchanges. Escrow Closing Residential--Commercial--Agricultural 422 N. Hastings Ave., Ste 102. Hastings, Neb., 68901 Phone: 402-463-4198, Evening Mrs: 402-756-7087 Email: adamslt@windstream.net Website: www.adamslt.c0m SEASONAL ......... 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