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i! :/!ii : ki 4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 9, 1973 ~iI , !7i ii i !) i !ci)7! i !i/ 3;i >!:! !7:~/ :!LLi !i ii:)i i i:i :iill :7 Nora Community News... By Mrs. Warren Stiles Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth went to Kearney a week ago last Sunday and helped Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lanham and Troy move to Ravenna. They returned home Monday evening. Mrs. Adella Gebers visited in the home of Mrs. Betty Wu]f in Deshler and with her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hobelman and their grandson, Kent Hobelman, of Lincoln. Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and sons to honor Steven on his 15th birthday which was on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Lane and daughters of Blue Hill and Mrs. Adella Gebers. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Mr. and Mrs, Craig Oltmans and Aaron visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller, Stacie and Chad of Norfolk, Neb. They helped Stacie celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frahm and sons were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Hefts and family. Sunday afternoon visitors uf Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland were Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Becky and Tami of Superior. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adams, Steve and Sam of Hastings. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer were Henry Schleufer of Superior and Irvin Schleufer and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schleufer and sons were Sunday afternoon visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray, and Nancy. In the evening they all went to the Nelson fair grounds for a picnic supper including Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schriever and Eileen. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Renz and family returned home Sunday evening after spending a few days with Mr. Renz' brother, Dewayne Renz, and family at Crete, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bargen. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tordrup of Lincoln. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lamham went to Lincoln Friday to attend funeral services of Raymon Parker of Hardy and later also visited in the homes of Mrs. Rieky Eckert and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lanham and sons of Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller of Mt. Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mark were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sholtz, Darcie and Delsie of eight children of the Leroy Carriker and their spouses present. Eighteen grand- children and four great grand- children, also attended. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hohnstein and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hohnstein and Terry of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mullen and sons of Columbus and Mrs. Mazel Carriker of Harvard joined the above group for a fish fry in the park. The occasion was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Worthy, of Marana, Ariz. Mrs. Worthy is a sister of Mrs. Thayer. Brenda and Jay Schriner of Harvard accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Thayer to Harvard after visiting in their home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George Han- thorn and sons of Dewey Okla., Herbert Hanthorn and son of New Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanthorn and daughter of California and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Hanthorn and family of Lushton, Neb., all attended church together at the Nora United Methodist Church Sunday morning and later at- tended a Hanthorn family reunion at Lushton. The Han- thorn brothers were raised on a farm north of Cadams and were former members of the Nora Church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth attended the Lamb family picnic Sunday at Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lanham and Troy of Ravenna and Chris Benson of Lincoln are visiting in the Earl Lanham home and with other relatives this week. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek of near Davenport. Visitors Friday evening in the Bill Lynch home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanham and Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen were among guests Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Boss of Davenport and to help Mrs. Boss celebrate her birthday. By Miss Bernice Miller Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miley and children, who visited in the home of Gilbert and Evarista Gilsdorf several weeks, left Tuesday to return to their home in Spokane, Wash., by way of Canada. Leo Gansen and Mrs. Vincent Buescher of El Cerrito, Calif., attended the funeral of their father, Leo Szopieray. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour and family of Nelson were Sunday supper guests in the Levi Miller home. Sister Vivian Dolnicek and Sister Angela Doinicek of St. Louis recently visited relatives in the community. Mrs. Loretta L'Heureux and Mark of Omaha and Miss Ella Dolnicek of Guide Rock. The supper was to Ashland also visited with the honor Darcie on her 13th nuns. birthday. Sister Lorena Bolte of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch, and Manhattan, Kan., is spending a Jerry helped in the home of week's vacation with her Mrs. Dlanne Collins, Jeff, Brian parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mark on Wednesday Lawrenee Bolte. evening. They moved from Indiana to the Nielsen house west of Nelson that day. Mrs. Collins is a sister of Mrs. Lynch. Mrs. Clarence Farver returned home from the hospital in Lincoln on Tuesday. Her visitors since returning home were Mrs. John Bauman, Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mrs. Laverne Hutchinson and Mrs. Mae Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlamann were among Sunday afternoon and suppex guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schurman ........ of Deshler, who were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer attended a family picnic in Harvard park Sunday with all STORAGE AND DRYING BINS One-piece roof panel con- struction with super-rib for super-strong strength. New hinged inner doors, 5 for utmost convenience, lap form bottom for tight, positive seal. @ Complete systems planning and erection available. Manufactured for HOLDREGE SEED & FARM SUPPLY by Chicago Eastern Corp. FOR EXPERT SALES AND SERVICE SEE HOLDREGE SEED & FARM SUPPLY CO., Holdrege, Neb. Or EVERETT A. LILLICH S~Jpertor, Nebraska Funds General Emerqency Bridge Road (Road/Brt Jge i; Special Road Relief Soldiers & Sailors Relief, I instit'ution's" ! alr " ..... Noxiou,,.S,, Weed Control ,, Hospital Maintenance Hospital I q/Bond/lhti Ambula,nce ..... R,e-appra tsa 1 Bond,,Sin, kinq & Interest Nursinq Home Historical Society/Museum Airport AuthoritY. ibrary,, ....... Civil De ensQ ...... 1ood,,,,,,Contr01 ,,, County B,uildinq ,,, Soil & Water ConservatiQn Federa! Grant Projects Inheritance Tax Revenue Sharinq TO AL Mr. and Mrs. AI Kimminau were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Levi Miller home. Miss Karen Huhl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hubl, had surgery at Mary Lanning Hospital. Ronald Karmazin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Karmazin, received word that he has been accepted into the college of Pharmacy at the University of Nebraska. Father Kelly and 14 C.Y.O. members spent four days on a camping trip at Niohrara, Neb. Irvin Kucera visited several days at the Alfred Miller home near Guide Rock. Kellie Herz of Lincoln visited several days in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herz, while her parents were vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buescher and family recently vacationed in Yellowstone Park and Jackson Hole, Wyo. Pleasant View By Home Improvement Club Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee were visitors in the Wayne Mosier home at Davennort. Mr. and Mrs. Carig Oltmans and Aaron accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley to Norfolk on Friday where they were guests in the Wayne Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barth, Gary, Roger and Barbara of Hastings and Mrs. Flora Sch- midt of Blue Hill were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Yale Meyer home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferebee were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murman and sons of Glenvil and Peggy Ferebee of Lincoln. Mrs. Ed Sekora accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Buescher and Mrs. Irene Ostdiek of Lawrence to Beatrice Tuesday evening to visit Mrs. Craig Buescher and baby at the Mennonite Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nielsen and family of Rockport, Me., spent the weekend in the Vic Nielsen home. Shelly, Scott, Mike and Lisa stayed with their grandparents for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Johnson of Red Cloud were Sunday supper guests in the Duane Elders home. The Yale Meyer family visited with relatives from Texas and Illinois in the Frieda Meyer home at Beaver Crossing Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Meyer attended the District V.F.W. meeting in Nelson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert Monday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Alberts and Steve of Grand Island spent the weekend in the Henry Malpert home. Carol Alberta of Hastings was a Sunday af- ternoon caller. Steve remained for a longer visit with his grandparents. Mrs. Marvin Oltmans and Mrs. Craig Oltmans and Aaron accompanied Mrs. Stella Klawitter to Hastings Friday to visit in the Gene Timm home. LET'S SEE, the oblect of this game is to... Nearly 1,700 people were served at the annual St. Stephen's picnic held Sunday afternoon and evening. Included on the program was a large selection of games and a dance in addition to the picnic. Express Photo Ne us By Mrs. Homer Seefeld Mr. and Mrs. John Bryson and daughter of Coinland, Ill., visited Eugenia Moore Sunday afternoon. They were on their way home from Denver. They had visited here in 1931 and 1938. Their parents had lived here in the Oak Grove Days. Mrs. Shirley Sutton and Bridget were Friday and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troyer visited last weekend in the Hack Smith home at Cozad. Mr. and Mrs. BOb Lewis are moving this week to Rose, Neb., where Mr. Lewis has employment on a ranch. Rose is in the Sandhills country near Bassett, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family. Circle I will have their August meeting in the home of Mrs. Vera Seefeld Tuesday, Aug. 14. Mrs. Joyce Fuller of Lincoln and Mrs. Fern Lowery visited Mrs. Ellen Friend and attended the Matthies-Troia wedding in Bellevue, Neb., Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lowery of Davenport and Patti Phillips pf Powell, Wyo., called on Mrs. Edith Scroggin on Friday af- ternoon. Mrs. Fern Johnston and David were in Fairbury Saturday afternoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Lowery and family of Carpenterville, Ill., arrived Saturday evening to visit his mother, Mrs; Fern Lowery, and other friends and relatives. Sunday they enjoyed a cook-out at the Alvin Lowery home. All the children of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery, Mrs. Linda Meyer and son of Ber- trand, Stanley and Dick Lowery and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lowery and family of Hastings, at- tended. Mrs. Joyce Fuller of Lincoln and Steve Lowery of Hastings also joined the group. Mrs. Leona Paulsen was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the Dee Johnston home. Mrs. Fern Lowery returned home Saturday from a trip to Iowa. She visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Marr McGaffm in Dos Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Taylor, Mrs. Kate Givan and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schuler in Grant. She attended the golden wedding celebration, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lenz at Grant. Mrs. Bruce Scroggin, Mrs. Alice Thayer and Ernest Ferguson were in Hastings Wednesday afternoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Gillette and family of Stockham were Thursday evening guests in the Vern Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mart and Tye and Miss Kathy Marr of Manhattan/Kan., are visiting a few days in the Chester Marr home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lowery of Davenport and Mrs. Lowery's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips, Powell, Wyo., called in the John Scroggin home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer seefeld were Saturday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Buerer of Edgar in their camper where they were spending the weekend at the river. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moore of Deshler visited Saturday with Eugenia Moore. They all had lunch in Davenport. Mrs. Hanna Judy was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. or Twenty-five Years Experience-In Phone 913-237-4951 South Byron State of Nebraska Budget Form CY-I S t a t ement NOTICE OF BUDGET SUMMARY COUNTY OF Nuckolls ,,, NEBRASKA PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, the public hearing on the county budget was held on July 25th, with the provisions of Sections 23-921 to 23-933, R. S. Supp. 1969, were found necessary due to error in computation. The budget detail is available at the office of the County Clerk. ..... 'Actual Actual ........ Expense Expense Requlreme, nts Prior Year Current Year Ensuing Year Necessary 7-I-71 to 7-I-72 to 7-i-73 to Cash 6-30-72 6-30-73 6-30-74 Reserve (i) ., (2) (3) (4) ...... ..... ?/2./5" 7.f oo, Earl Schoof. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka and family joined them for the afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson were Sunday guests in the Alvin Schott home in Nelson. Mrs. Fern Johnston called on Mrs. Cleo Scroggin Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hut- chinson visited in the Gerald Mr. and sons attended Phillipsburg Mr. and Mrs. returned home few days Colorado. Thye the Switzer Creek Christian Colo. Mr. and Mrs. of Mankato Pearson home in Edgar Saturday evening. The Pear- sons were sons had just returned from a of Mr. and Mrs. trip to Washington and the west cafe in Superior coast. Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin Arnold Ross on her Callers this week were guests in the Craig Tom McKeewn McLanghlin home Friday to Bargen of Littlet celebrate Carrie's birthday. Kent of ],hillipsl Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Bargen, Paul MeLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. R. Reiber and Mrs. D. Crispin, Mrs. Don Sehumacher. Roxann and MrS. ey By Mrs. Ella Summers Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton and Debra returned home Saturday from Big Creek Lake, Colo., where they vacationed two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown, Dan, Susan and Lynette attended the Russell picnic held in Boloit Sunday. Cheryl Healey was a Satur- day and Sunday guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Summers. ningham. Mr. and Mrs. visited over the Mr. and Mrs. Audrey in attended the rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. and Ruth and visited relatives in Neb., Sunday. , Mike Webber o~ = from Tuesday night with his Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. to his home in sutton evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests Marvin Webber. ISTERED& HOLSTEIN Monday, August 20, 1973 At farm 6 miles north of Grand Island, Nebraska on No. 281, 3V~ miles west. Sale time 10:30 A.M., C.D.T. L 311 -- HOLSTEINS -- 311 "55 Registered"; "146 Heavy Springers"; D.H.I. 500 lb. rolling herd average; 117 Matured cows September, October fresheners); 105 First calf to startcalvlng August 12th; 35 Bred heifers; 19 open Four to six months heifers; 17 Heifer calves. Many daughters of these Midwest bulls sell: ,'I IN~xm.", "Lockway Sovereign Lucifer Lad", Belle", "Pawnee Farm Reflection Supreme", Proud Falcon". Sales Manager's Note: The Nieffeld Family have been involved in years and are well known fhroughout Nebraska standing Holsteins. These cows are large, sharP, udder health. You Will Like These! Interstate Health Papers _, Financing Available. State Securities Cornpanx' Lincoln, Nebraska Dairy Equipment 1,000 gallon Van Vetter bulk tank 4 unit Chore Boy pipeline milker LeROY NI ETFELD, owner Grand Island, Nebraska Paul W. Rolfsmeier /td Manager Nebraska ,f43 1973 in compliance that the following changes COUNTY CLERK Estimated Curt Cash Miscel- Delinquent Property on laneous Tax Hand Revenue Allowance Requ meet (5) (6) ~2,ff . 5".2.. .... ,, ,,,,, t, , ,, ,,,, I /0 0 oo,o .,/..z :oo, i 23 g oo j_ f ..