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Superior (First Published in the Superior 1973) Express July 26, 1973) G NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Clarence Estate No. 4338 of Sarah Fern In the County Jensen, deceased; In the County, County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. of Nebraska. as.: The State of Nebraska, as.: interested in said All persons interested in said e that a petition estate take notice of the filing appointment herein by the Executor, of a as ad- final report and account of his said estate whichadministration and a petition praying for final settlement, 20, 1973, at distribution and discharge, and a.m., when you for determination of the heirs of and contest the said deceased, which have been set for hearing in this Court on 30, 1973. Aug. 13, 1973, at 11 o'clock a.m., Lee Wall when you may appear and contest the same. Dated July 20, 1973. 31-3c(Seal) Lee Wall Associate County Judge George F. Johnson, jr., Attorney 30-3c 2, 1973) William J. (First Published in the Superior ased; In the Express August 9, 1973) of Nuckolls NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Estate No. 3175 of Richard E. of Nebraska as.: Eustace, deceased; In the in said County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. the The State of Nebraska, as.: appointment of All persons interested in said Karmazin as estate take notice of the fding estate which herein by the Administrator De for hearing in Bonis Non with the Will an- 1973, at nexed, of a final report and when you may ~un~-0f his adm~istration the same. and a petition praying for final 1973 settlement, distribution and LeeWall discharge, and for deter- mination of the heirs of said deceased, which have been set 31-3c for hearing in this Court on Aug. 27, 1973, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., when you may appear and in the Superior contest the same. 1973) Dated August 6, 1973 REIRS (Seal) Lee Wall Associate County Judge of Nuckolls W.E. Garrison, No. 4398 of Attorney 32-3c deceased. to all is hereby M. Barton, Saathoff, has that said June 1, of Nuckolls of Lot Three (3), (27), East addition to the Nuckolls in which an in- for a the time of degree of descent of of the deceased, will be for Aug. 13, Lee Wall County Judge (First Published in the Superior Express July 26, 1973) NOTICE Estate Number 4399 of Thora Madson, deceased, In The County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, The State of Nebraska To All Concerned: Notice is hereby given that Harry C. Sorensen has filed a petition alleging that said deceased died May 8, 1970, a resident of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, seized of the following described property: All of the Northeast Quarter of Section Ten, Township One, Range, Seven, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, and an undivided five-nineths interest in the Southwest Quarter of Section Three, Township One, Range Seven, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, in which the petitioner derived an interest as an heir of said deceased, With Trained Courteous Memoria I Counselors Can Take Care of Every Monumental Need Large or Small Contact Edwin Ludwig Shickley, Neb. Representing Palmers Brothers Granite Co. Holdrege, Neb. ears under the same management T'HE "WORK SKIPPERS" Superior, Nebr. 1973 NUCKOLLS COUNTY Fair Royalty (from left) 1972 attendant Pam Simonsen, Queen Sharon Hubl, King Larry Queen Cindy Wulf, second attendant Sandra Karmazin, first Himmelberg and 1972 King Daryl Wilton. Express Photo praying for determination or the In addition to her husband, time of death that deceased died she was preceded in death by intestate, the heirs, a decree of one grandson, Donald Dean kinship and right of descent of Daugherty, and one son-in-law, real property of the deceased, Leotis Gates. and determination of inheritance tax, which petition will be for hearing in this court on Aug. 13 1973, at 10:30 o'clock a,m. Dated July 20, 1973. (Seal) Lee Wall Associate County Judge George F. Johnson Attorney 30-3c Obituary--Thornburg Mrs. Parker died in surgery in Monday, July 30, he had a 1954. severe fall that resulted in a Later that year Mr. Parker broken pelvis and internal attended a series of evangelistic injuries. He was rushed to the services in Sidney, conducted Nuckolls County Hospital in Survivors are two daughters, by Pastor C. W. Pine, a Seventh- Superior and then transferred Mrs. John Daugherty (Freda) day Adventist minister, to Providence Hospital in of Fort Collins, Colo., and Mrs. Although he had attended Lincoln. He had emergency Lillian Gates of Mankato; one various churches in many surgery, but the injuries and son, Oliver Kirk Thornburg of places, he hadneverjoinedone, shock were too much for an Encampment, Wyo. ; four Jan. 1, 1955, he was baptized otherwise healthy heart. He grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren; and three great great grandchildren. Funeral services were held July 30 at Harmony United Methodist Church with the Rev. Vernon Snider officiating. Emma K. Thornburg was Burial was in the Shatter horn March 8, 1875, near Cemetery. Kramer Funeral Luthersburg in Clearfield Home of Mankato was in charge County, Pennsylvania, and died of arrangements. July 26, at the age of 98 years, 4 months and 18 days. She was the Raymon Pa rker oldest of six children born to dies July 31 Brady and Lorena Reams Kirk, all who 1~ave preceded her in Raymon Otis Parker, the death, eldest of eight children in the At the age of five, the family Robert Edwin and LUlu Ellen moved to Kansas, settling on a (Wills) Parker family, was bern farm six and one-half miles on Oct. 30, 1901, in Lincoln northeast of Burr Oak in County, Kansas. At an early age Harrison Township. Her father he moved to Nebraska with the was a pioneer teacher in family, and spent most of his Harrison Township. She at- growing upyears on a horse and tended school at Northbranch cattle ranch in Lincoln County, Academy and in Burr Oak. Nebraska. Before her marriage she taught At the age of 14 he left home to school in the rural schools of take a job, and was mostly on their neighborhood, his own after that, sometimes March 30, 1898, at the home of working on ranches and some- her parents, she was united in times on a railroad section marriage to Oliver Preston crew. Thornburg by Rev. J. C. Walker During the depression years of the Burr Oak Methodist he and two brothers traveled Church. To this union, two extensively via freight train daughters and one son were looking for work and finally horn. finding some in California. Mrs. Thornburg lived in Later he spent a number of Harrison Township until her years as foreman in a diesel husband's death on July 13, shop in Idaho. He also worked 1937, after which she made her on ranches and in construction home with Lfllian and Leotis work at various times. Gates in Mankato. Some time in the 1940's he was She was a community worker, married to Lelia Warren and taught Sunday school and they took little Richard Jacobs served on Fair Haven school into their home to raise. Later board. At the age of 94, she was both Mr. and Mrs. Parker still able to bake cookies for her secured jobs at the Sioux Or- friends and visit them in the dinance Depot near Sidney, rest homes. Neb., and they moved to Potter. \ I I IIII I I Weeldy Report Prom Tim..... Our run of livestock was short, but all classes higher. Here are some of our sales: 37 Mixed pigs, per head ..................... $70.00 25 Mixed pigs per head ...................... 58.50 125 Mixed pigs, per head ..................... 58.25 15 Mixed pigs per head ...................... 57.50 11 Mixed pigs per head ....................... 55.50 14 White pigs per head ....................... 53.00 20 White pigs, per head ...................... 50.08 4 Mixed bulls, wt, 315 I1~ ................... 83.00 2 Black white face bulls, wt. 350 Ibs ......... 82.50 12 Mixed steers, wt. 468 Ibs ................... 74.50 8 Black steers, wt. 518 Ibs ................... 65.25 8 Mixed bulls, wt. 505 Ibs .................... 63.30 5 Mixed heifers, wt. 476 Ibs .................. 63.25 44 Mixed steers, wt. 721 Ibs ................... 60.00 1 White face bull, wt. 1,360 Ibs ............... 44.50 1 Charloals bull, wt. 1,380 Ibs ................ 44.20 I White face cow16~ wt. 1,085 Ibs .......... 38.30 1 Holstein cow, wt. 1,190 Ibs ................. 38.30 1 Holstein cow, wt. 1,460 Ibs ................. 38.10 1 White face cow, wt, 1,180 Ibs ............... 38.10 1 Holstein cow, wt, 1,320 Ibs .................. 37.90 1 White face cow, wt, 1,400 Ibs ............... 37.40 Listen to KRFS or KMMJ Saturday morning at 7:30 for Saturday's con- signments. Livestock Commission Co. Barn Phone 879-3711 Owners Andy Montgomery Lea Rumery Superior--Phone 879-3004 Superior--Phone 879-4c,45 Thursday, August 9, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A ~-~. By: !1.31. ('rilly ' I v~as~attached to that old black and white TV set, and, left to my own~levices, would have kept it udtil I or it had fallen to . pie~. But others thout|ht that We should have color, and while ].away:fro~the house for a while~day last week, I found a birthday gift (month in advance) installed and ready when L returned. It was a wonderful gift and I cannot understand how we got, along without it so long. The old black and white had served for about 20 years, and before that the radio-record player combination was my pride and joy. I resisted change until we were the only family in town that didn't have a TV. There were many great radio shows in those days, with news every hour on the hour, Amos and Andy once a week, and a radio sermon from Omaha every Sunday forenoon. So who needed a TV? I had many good reasons ready to offer when the subject was mentioned. Repairs would be expensive. It would be injurious to the eyes, a distraction to those wishing to read or study and a strain on the nervous system. I finally sueumbed however to family pressure and was soon enjoying such old favorites as "Wagon Train," "Young Doctor Kildare," and the Loretta Young show. After the initial pain, I was very happy with the new gadget. The best news to come out of Washington in a long time is that serious crime decreased by two per cent in the United States in 1972--the first decrease in crime in 17 years. That is good, but there is still room for improvement, even in good ~id Nebraska, where there were, in 1972, 26,233 crimes recorded, including 2,638 crimes of violence, 23,595 property crimes, 44 murders, 212 forceable rapes, 803 robberies, 1,579 aggravated assaults, 8,489 burglaries. 117 larceny cases and 3,989 auto thefts: The Board of Governors of Central Nebraska Technical: College voted 5-4 to move the executive offices of that institution from Hastings to Grand Island, and to purchase 42 acres of land at about.S190,000 for thenew campus. The ultimate aim is, ot course, to move the entire college plant to Grand Island which is themost ridiculous scheme I have heard about for a long time. The governors should have their heads examined. Sunday morning. He was 83 on Feb. 2, and had been a resident and became a faithful member died July 31. of the Center less than a month. of the Sidney church. At the Funeral services were at Funeral services were con- time of his death he was a Hodgeman Splain Roberts ducted from the Kramer member of the Nelson Seven Mortuary in Lincoln, withFuneral Home in Mankato at I0 Day Adventist church. Pastor Manion Lockwood of " a.m. Wednesday, Burial was in June 19~ 1955, Raymon and Hastings and Pastor H. H. Voss the Mankato Cemetery. Vera Beall were united in officiating. He was buried in the Survivors are his wife, marriage at the Beall home at Roca Cemetery, a few miles Emma; three daughters and Roca, Neb. They made their south of Lincoln. one son, Mrs. William Andrews home in Potter until he was He is survived by his wife, (Wilma), who lives southwest of Thorup, were held Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the Wausa United Methodist Church at Wausa, Neb. She died early Sunday morning, July 29, in the Osmond Hospital, Osmond, Neb. Helen, daughter of Jens and Elna Thorup of Nora,Neb., was horn May 25, 1926, in Superior. April 3, 1949, she was married to Olin Belt. forced to retire because of Vera, Hardy; one brother, arthritis in 1958. Shortly after George R., Bridgeport, Neb.; that they moved to Lincoln three sisters, Florence Green of where he worked for Beall The Dalles, Ore.; Lila Lyman of Construction Company for a Sterling, Colo., and Lola Oppie couple of years. Arthritis of Kansas City, Kan.; the foster doesn't usually improve much, son, Richard Jaeobs, Wray, so he had to give up that work, Colo.; and a host of other too. During the next years they relatives and friends. lived in Tennessee, Georgia, Two brothers and one sister Arizona, California and preceded him in death. Missouri as his wife accepted Earl Smith calls to teach in church schools. In 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Parker dies Sunday bought an acreage in Hardy, A lifetime resident of Jewell Neb. They moved there and Mr. County, Earl Smith, died Parker launched into gar-unexpectedly of a heart attack dening in a big way. at the Good Samaritan Center I I I I II For the furnishing and erecting of all material for an eight place T-hanger on the Superior Municipal Airport at Superior, Nebraska, will be received in the "Lady Vesty Room" of the Leslie Hotel at Superior, Nebraska until 1:00 p.m. CDT on August 20, 1973 and at that time publicly opened and read aloud. Specifications for the material may be seen and information secured at the office of the City Clerk of Superior, Nebraska, or at the office of the Department of Aeronautics on the Lincoln Municipal Airport at Lincoln, Nebraska. Superior, Mrs. John McCulloch Survivors are her husband; (Dorothy) of Burr Oak, Mrs. Lyle Reece (Elizabeth) of her daughter, Mrs. Billy Carlisle (Alicia Kay), husband, Mankato and Jack Smith of and daughter, Elna Marie, of Salina, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Lincoln, Neb.; her father, Jerks Clare Rich of Bridgeport, Ill.; Thorup; one brother, Robert seven grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; and two great Thorup, wife and son, Larry, of Smith Center. Kan. great grandchildren. Memorial services were also ummary--Be, held at Burr Oak Tuesday Memorial services for Mrs. morning, and burial was in the Olin Belt, the former Helen Burr Oak Cemetery. I I II 1 J CARLand DEAN ROLFSMEIER HOLSTEIN Wednesday.,August 15, 1973 At farm 1V2 miles east of Seward, Nebraska on Highway No. 34 and 1V= miles south. Or from 1-80 Milford Exist 3V= miles north~ 1 mile west and V2 mile north. Sale time 12:30 P.M., C.D.T. Lunch on grounds 107 --HOLSTEINS-- 107 D. H. I.A. records. All Midwest Breeding since 1946. All Home Raised. 53 Matured cows; 19 First calf springers; 6 Bred heifers; 22 Open heifers; 7 Eight months heifers. Every female on the farm in sired by fop Midwest bulls, "Pawnee Farm Reflection Supreme", "Lockway Lucifer Lad'.', "Burkgov Hello Belle, Fo-Ma.To-Sa Proud Falcon", "St. Croixco Pioneer". Many of the Young heifers are sired by "Kanawaka Lucky Doall". The average age of all cows sellingis less than 4 years. The average M.E. production of the entire herd is 18,580 milk, 658 fat. Interstate Hea I th Pa pers Financing Available. State Securities Company Lincoln, Nebraska Dairy Equipment 375 DeLaval bulk tank; 2 unit DeLaval pipeline milker CARL and DEAN ROLFSME I E R, Owners Sewa rd, Nebraska Paul W. Rolfsmeier Sale Manager Art Leltner Seward, Nebraska Auctioneer Phone 402---643-6143 Herndon, Kansas II I 1 I Paul Edwards, manager of the Superior Insurance Agency, Inc., Superior, Nebraska, is pleased to announce the Appointment of e as Special Agent Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fenimore, is a native of Superior, graduating from Superior High in 1968 and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Kearney State College in 1972. For the past few months he has been employed in Lincoln as a Life and Health Agent, and is now licensed by the State of Nebraska to sell Life, Health, Auto and personal lines insurance. Jim is single and resides at 326 East 3rd. His office is now in the Security National Bank. To contact Jim, Call 879-3284 e