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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 9, 1973 O i / i : i i !ii ~ii!il / ii! ii i ~! ii, ~i i,! IT WAS A HAPPY, come-from-behind Holdrege Junior Legion team which accepted the championshil~ trophy from Dwayne Bostelman in the Area C tournament Monday evening. Holdrege had ~o defeat Falls City in both the Sunday and Monday games to win. Express Photo Another trophy was added to the Superior Volunteer Fire Department's trophy case this week. In fact, two were added when the department's water fight teams placed third and fourth at the Neligh Centennial competition last Sunday af- ternoon. A total of 16 teams entered the two-day competition. Members of the Superior teams included Robert Peterson, Bill Doane, Marvin Smidt, Ron Springer, Norman Disney and Rod Ohlrich. Since the Superior teams didn't enter until Sunday, they had to fight both the winners and the losers from Saturday's competition. They reported it was a rather grueling day as they were required to fight in full uniform with a full stream nozzel on ll/z'' lines with 180 pounds of pressure. They weren't aware, until time for the fights to begin, that Neligh was requiring four man teams so the six Superior men rotated on the two teams. The competition was made worse when a nozzelman, Ron Springer, was hit in the face with a stream of water. He received minor abrasions on his eyes and was out of the com- petition. This Sunday Superior will enter one team in the South Central Water Fighters' Traveling Trophy Cham- pionship to be held at Clay Center. A quarter will go as far as it did 10 years ago.., if it rolls under the bed. II I I I Holdrege came from behind twice and finally outlasted Falls City 9-8 to win the Area C Junior division baseball title Monday night in Superior. The loss was Falls City's ninth one-run loss of the year. Falls City jumped off to a 7-3 lead after two innings with the qaid of a two-run homer by Herb Pokorny. But Holdrege bounced back with four runs in the third and showed their power as Gary Turner belted a three-run Libra ry books Hi: I know you will want to read the new Mary Stewart, "The Hollow Hills." You loved "The Crystal Cave," and this takes up where that left off, con- tinuing the story of King Arthur through to his Coronation. After that for a complete change of pace, de read Sheila Burnford's "One Woman Ar- tic," a perfectly delightful account of two summers among the Eskimos. Victoria Holt's heroine, Judith, in "The Curse of the Kings," is involved in a multitude of dilemanas. She's adopted. She doesn't know who her parents are, and she's stuck with being a companion to a rich and disagreeable old lady. She's terribly interested in archoelogy and eventually marries an archeeologist. The tomb in which her husband is digging has an ancient curse upon it and ..... Oh, well, you're going to read it for yourself, as is all fans of Vic- toria Holt. One of the best historical novels, which has arrived, is the "Bloody Field," by Edith Pargeter. It's the story of three Make Plans for the Big Express The Express Staff is at work on the largest fall sports section they have ever published. The special football section will be chuck-full of stories and pictures about this area's fop football teams plus each team's complete schedule. It will be a section that sports fans will want to keep throughout the season and several thousand additional copies will be printed. In the next few weeks, the Express advertising staff will be contacting area business firms about advertising in the special football edition. For advertising rates and information or if a salesman doesn't contact your firm call 879-3291. FootbaJ| Special Read All About: * Superior Wildcats * Nelson Tigers * Ruskin Indians * Hardy Dragons * Byron Broncos * Davenport Tigers * Lawrence Panthers * Burr Oak Braves Guide Rock Warriors Superior homer to left field. Falls City took the lead in the sixth as a run scored on a wild pitch, but Holdrege tallied twice in the bottom of the inning to win the game. Holdrege defeated Crete twice, 10-5 in eight innings and 13-4 in seven innings and Falls City 9-3 to gain the right to play in the title game. Falls City beat Norris 8-3 and Holdrege 6-5 in eight innings to advance to the championship game. Henrys. He of Lancaster, the grzm and haunted Henry IV; his son, the teen-age Prince Hal; and Hal's beloved mentor, the magnetic and chivalrous Henry Percy. Miss Pargeter brings them beautifully to life. A tumultuous novel of men and women and music, is Borton de Trevino's "The Music Within." It is set in Mexico during World War II. It tells the romantic story of woman who, above all, loves music, and the woman who, above all, loves him. There are keen insights in Mexican life. If you have enjoyed the works of Slaughter and Delderfield, I'm sure you will like "Dr. Moore's legacy" by Agatha Young, Dr. Moore finds himself confronted with the issue of a heart transplant and two recipients; a famous senator who claims the first available heart transplant for his own, and a young wife, a victim of aphasia, who happens to be married to the local doctor whom Moore's niece, Kathy, is in love with. Your Librarian Oh, yes, mothers don't forget to remind your children the summer reading program ends Saturday, Aug. 18. Nothing ruins a class reunion like the fellow who has managed to stay young looking and become rich at the same time. Loaded at Contact IT LOOKED like sidewalk bazaar day on north Central last Wednesday morning as crowd gathered in front of the Slusher Furniture Company store waiting for if to open. Company has purchased the stock of a Denver wholesale furniture company and at greatly reduced prices. This photo was taken after much of the crowd had e One shopper, Mrs. Darrell Biltoft of Ruskin camped in front of the store from 8:30 evening until the store opened at 10 a.m. Wednesday to purhcase a special sofa $8.88. About 12:30 Wednesday morning Slushers were notified she was waiting for the They then provided a chair and furniture pads for her to use as covers. Harvard were hooked up in a danay pitching duel untu Yost was forced to leave the game because of injury in the fourth inning after colliding with Auburn third baseman Dennis Allen. Auburn broke loose for five runs in the fifth inning to Auburn, behind the ten strike out, no-hit pitching of Larry Lotter, bested Harvard 8-0 in the Midget division finals of the American Legion Area C baseball tournament played in Superior Sunday evening. Lotter and Tim Yost of Proceedings of The Board of Public Works present: Beaumont, Groves, Mullet, Hull and Rempe. Ab- sent: None. The minutes of the last regular meeting of July 2, 1973 were read and there being no objections or corrections were declared approved as read. The following bills of the Combined Electric and Water Utility Fund were read: Willard Springer, salary $298.78 Bernard Umbach, salary 224.51 Ronald Springer, salary 181.98 Glenn Hinz, salary 156.89 Frank Swaim, salary363.07 Helen Juergens, salary 145.19 Marguerite Swaim, salary 102.66 Gaylord Train, salary 238.05 Canning Truck Service, freight 62.26 County Treasurer of Nuckolls County Notice of meeting posted July 13, 1973: City Light Office and City Auditorium. City Light Office, Superior, Neb. July 16, 1973. The regular meeting of the Board of Public Works was called to order by Chairman Beaumont with the following. Your Agricultural Lime Headquarters principal and second half of interest for 1973 17,085.00 Billie Thompson, salary 254.97 Larry Brazil, salary 234.22 Johanna Utecht, salary 98.55 Security National Bank Blue Cross-Blue Shield, premium 393.89 A motion was made by Hull, seconded by Rempe that the Nelson, Nebraska 68961 I III I "'CEMETERY MONUMENT your Sealmark Rock of Ages Authorized DIRECTORS WAYNE MEGRUE JOHN PRICE ASSOCIATE MAYNARD CRISPIN 'Dealer we can help you make the right choice. *We offer a choice of The Genuine Bronze "Century" Flower Vases. *We Offer a meaningful guarantee, backed by a responsible company. MAYNARD CRISPIN, with Rock of Ages plant manager, Gordon Wagner, receive training in monument engraving and in- scriptions. Megrue.Price Funeral Home blow open the dl Jensen of Harvar In first round ac drubbed Auburn crushed 14-4 in five innings to play in game. bills be approved read. Groves, Rempe. Absent: carried. The following Sewer Arnold Smith Larry Dixie Fintel, salarY A motion Beaumont, that the bills be paid as read. Beaumont, and Rempe. Nays: None. A motion Mullet, the meeting yea: Beaumo: Mullet, Hull and l None. Absent: carried'Joe D. Bea Chairman R, J. RemP SecretarY 750 COMMERCIAL . SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA Also Serving Hardy, Ruskin, Webber, Burr Oak, Byron, Nora, Oak. IIIII I I G. Meyer basketball s4 Greg Meyer than 150 grade athletes who third annual summer directed by sessions, eight were held for Tuesday evening attendance was week. Mrs. Denny Cheerleaders af national clinic The Superior varsity cheerl( Tyree, Rhonda Hill, Cindy and a five-day Cheerleaders' Clinic at Rock near Junction week. There four evaluations, cheerleaders superior ribbons, cellent ribbon ribbon for Mrs. Gordon flag tou Mrs. Willard winner of the at the last Thursday. placed served by and Mrs. Prizes tourna ment Twenty-tw ticipated in nament and Superior CountrY Prizes were and Mrs. Del and Mrs. second; Mrs. and J. P. Mrs. Mike third; and Mr. Braye and Mr, Baird, tie for Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. were in charge Mr. and and Mrs. and Mrs, sphaghetti Saturday other attend.