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! /- II i~i men Thursday, August 16, 1973 TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A University student from Omaha, s been getting on-the-job training P. J. Hallgrimson at Clinic and at the Nuckolls County Omaha Sunday and will sophomore year. Selected Superior from a list of 15 because, at first, two students and that he felt he had a better Since his home-town of Panora, Population of 1,000, he decided to Superior rather than a he has enjoyed his stay here. family doctor, interested in p people were some of he became interested in the the doctor's office and at with deliveries and in some lab work have been on Approximately one- has been at the Superior Clinic at the hospital. what he would remember most he said,"Walking along the Lake and falling in, my first Which was on a man who had been and, oh yes, the other day m the lab and used a paper cup in- tube--the bottom fell out, only to and funny happenings." A 1969 high school graduate, he attended three years at Iowa State University. At present he is undecided as to where he will settle following graduation in 1976. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ferree of Panora. He has two brothers in college, a brother in junior high school and a sister in the seventh grade. This is the third year that Superior has had a med student here during the summer months. N Old Settlers ec[A]$ * to meet Sunday Nell Warren of C.L. Gharring of Nampa, at Red Cloud of Idaho, andMrs. Ed Grogan and The 79th annual Webster _ They came Michael of Falls Church, Va., County Old Settlers meeting Bacon-Headrick- arrived Friday for a visit with will be held on the grounds of Sunday They Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gharring the Webster County Museum at visited Mr. Blackstone ing. Sunday Warren, and Mrs. services at Mr. Warren the Olive .Hill Don Colgrove to Westfall, Where they were in the Gene Mr. and and Scott, Mr. and three and Mrs. Sam children of to Kansas City. attended a "Sunday they Swope Park of Fun , Harold Whitney Okla., are mother, Mrs. and with Darling and of San visited two Mr. and and returned and her with her for ]n California. Belton of St. R. D. Klee Monday. Mrs. of Mr. Klee. in the home of Roberts were Roberts, of Billings, Paulson of Mrs. Don Ill., Lisa, Mia Hill. Lisa and with their and Mrs. in Grand Bonder at AL NEWS Hunter, regent, Wyoming at through She also which and museum States also Bradford- al south of memorial to and is authenic gen- ranch. Miss ff southern special Hunter Lloyd Rust, and Mrs. with the and Raymond Tuesday recently Parker over- Harold is at- teachers' Tuesday Mrs. a op at the Future Were two ~.Wo from Cted the and family and with other Red Cloud, starting at 3 o'clock relatives and friends. Mr. Sunday afternoon. Gharring and Mrs. Grogan and "I Remember When" will be Michael met in Omaha and visited in the Willard Corman home before coming to Superior. They all returned to Omaha Tuesday where Mr. Gharring left for his home and Mrs. Grogan and son remained for a longer visit. Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman were C. L. Gharring of Nampa, Idaho, and Mrs. Ed Grogan and Michael of Falls Church, Va. Mrs. Grogan is the former Ruth Gharring. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman took Sheryl Hull to York Sunday where they met Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hull and Linda of Fremont. Sheryl had been visiting two weeks here with her grandparents. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mellott Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Orin Free of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Burleson of Baldwin, Iowa, were visitors last Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rassmussen. Among the out-of-town relatives here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Aage Jensen Monday were Mrs. James Patton (Betty) and children of Susquehanna, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jensen and children of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensen and children of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardener (Dianne) of Formoso, Kan., Henry Larson of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Max Sissel of Shickley, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ballard of .Dallas, Texas, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burge. Mrs. Ballard is the former Mildred Burge. Friday evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Orville Giger at Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wilcox and Mrs Bert Colgrove were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Colgrove's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Humann of Tecumseh, Neb., helping Mr. Hurnann celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Lester L. Schwass returned to her home SaturdaY. She was in the St. Joseph Hospital at Concordia 12 days following major surgery. Mrs. C. R. Siratt and Dean of Grand View, Texas, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown. They are planning to return home Friday. Mrs. Siratt is the for- mer Genevieve Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bahe, Steven and Patrice of Saline, Mich., and Sandra McDowell of Grand Island were visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Diehl. Mr. Bahe was the vocal music teacher in Superior 11 years ago. Mrs. Irene Barfkneeht visited her n~other, Mrs. Dora Hashage, in Nelson Friday evening. Mrs. Hashage had just returned from a visit with the Fritz Oellerich family in Davenport and their houseguest who is visiting them from Germany. Mrs. Hashage went to Memphis, Tenn., with Mr. and Mrs. Oellerich and their guest to visit their son, Otis Oellerich, and family. Mrs. Hashage was an interpreter as their guest could speak no English. the theme for Mrs. George Hefflebower, Mrs. Jennie Reihner, Mrs. Ola Yung and John Keeney as they reminisce on historical events. Mrs. Ivan Miller will de a sketch, "The Family Album," The men's quartet, Eustace Bean, Albert Rust, Earl Silsby and J. Hiatt, will furnish musical numbers. Prizes will be awarded in several catagories, such as the oldest resident present, etc. Refreshments will be served by the ROd Cloud Extension Club. In ease of rain the meeting will be held at the Red Cloud Veterans Memorial Hall. Mallam reunion at Concordia The annual Mallam family picnic was held at Concordia Sunday, Aug. 5. Those present for the dinner and visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mallam and family, Mrs. Ethel Sharer, Mr. and Mrs. Don Strine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Alford and Mrs. Velma Sullivan of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mallam and Susan of Clyde, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Pettit and Patty and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Morris of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Serit- chfield and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Appleby and daughters of Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mallam of Yukon, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duffy and Monica and Dennis Whitten of Guide Rock, Mrs. Ora Saum and Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Allen of In- dianola, Neb., .Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shill of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. John Sipe of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herber of Mustang, Okla. Admitted: Irvine Oldham, Fairfield; Leslie Ahrens, Angus; Marshall Vale, Superior; Mrs. Aubrey Granger, Deshler; Miss Edith Stineman, Superior; Mrs. Mads Christensen, Superior; Mrs. George Cottam, Edgar; Robert Turner, Superior; Mrs. Judd Gooden, Superior; Harold Kramp, Superior; Robert Brown, Giltner; Craig Scoville and David Scoville, Lincoln; Mrs. Norland Melvin, Angus; Ed Jacoby, Superior; Chris Tordrup, Good Samaritan Center, Superior; and Mrs. Winnie Moran, Wichita. Gifts to the hospital Gifts have been received by the Nuckolls County Hospital, given in memory of JO W. KEIFER from Shirley Schendt, Mrs. Dale Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Mak Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis. GUESTS WITH Thursday, Aug. 16 Rebekah Lodge No. 70 meets at 8 p.m. in I.O.O.F. hall. Mrs. Glenn Hutt and Mrs. Bert Colgrove hostesses for coffee hour. Friday, Aug. 17 Olive Chapter, No. 63, Order of Easter Star, meets at 8 p.m., at the Masonic Hall. Tuesday, Aug. 28 Superior Art Guild meets at 7:45 p.m., in the Educational Unit of the Methodist Church. new A'rmw business, Superior Electric, is announcing the opening of a complete electrical service in Superior. It is located in the Winebar Plumbing & Heating Building. Dennis Damrow and Earl Studer are partners. Damrow is a graduate of Holdrege High School and a recent graduate of the Central Nebraska Technical College at Hastings. He and his wife, Sherry, are livina in the trailer court at the northeast edge of Superior. A graduate of the high school at Goodland, Kan., Studer spent two years in service. After a King-sized headache A mouse that ventured onto the floor of a supermarket has been listed as the causeof a $20,000 lawsuit filed by an Independence, Kan., couple. Mrs. Viola Marshall said she was in the store last Feb. 23, when the mouse appeared near the meat counter. Her suit in Montgomery County District Court says when she saw the mouse she suddenly and violently removed her arm and shoulder from the counter," resulting in serious personal injuires. Mrs. Marshall is asking $15,000 in damages from the firm, claiming she suffered permanent disability through the store's negligence and had "serious pain and suffering as well as loss of consortium with her husband." Roy Marshall asked $5,000 for medical expense for "being deprived of his wife's services, society and companionship." Hard-nosed Trooper By Major E. P. Sehroeder Nebraska State Patrol A hard-nosed Trooper? Thank God! If it were not so he wouldn't be able to complete all of the duties assigned to him! So he wouldn't "listen to reason" when you tried to ex- plain those "two beers with a friend"; or why you had to crowd the speed limit to make up the lost time; or why you didn't see that stop sign; or why you thought that yellow no- passing stripe was on the other side of the center line; or why you may have drifted across the center line because you were tired after driving all day; or that you've been meaning to replace that expired inspection sticker. He heard what yousaid; he'd heard it all before--many times. But the real reason he didn't :'hear" you was that your words were "drowned out" by the screams of a young mother who was conscious as the limp and lifeless body of her little girl was lifted from the wreckage and she helplessly watched her year old son convulse in pain. Her own injuries proved to be beyond medical help. The driver apparently fell asleep at high speed after long hours at the wheel. Or perhaps he recalls the deadly silence and the unseeing eyes of the young driver who had been drinking and who was thrown from his car when he lost control on a curve in the road. The officer was greeted by open (but unseeing) eyes in a soiled and mutilated face as the victim's body, pinned under the car, was seared by the hot exhaust system. Or maybe he remembers the anguish of the mother holding the decapitated body of her child who had been caught in a partially open door as their car rolled after it had been struck by another vehicle that violated a stop sign. Or it's possible that his Crops research will be featured at the University of Nebraska annual field day tour which will be held Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the South Central Station. The tours will' begin at 1:00 p.m., with other tours starting throughout the af- ternoon as people arrive. The public is invited to ob- serve and listen to discussions on research by station specialists and University of N braska staff. New research that has been added to the tour are "minimum-tillage" and "zero-tillage" under irrigated and non-irrigated conditions with corn, grain sorghum, and soybeans. Soybean irrigation and population studies as well as corn insect and shattercane control work are included on the tour. Many other stops on the tour will cover work on corn and soybean disease, soil fertility, irrigation, time of planting and variety testing. The field day will be held at the station research farm four miles north and four and one- half miles west of Clay Center. II year doing electrical work at Goodland, he moved to Holdrege where he has been the last five years. He has a wife, Ruth, and children, Tony 5, and Jason 2. They are residing at 841 Idaho. The late Harold Pohlmeier, who operated this business for several years, also moved here from Holdrege. An ad elsewhere in this issue, announces the opening. A daughter, Darcie Lynn, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanson of Webber at the Republic County Hospital Saturday morning, Aug. 11. She weighed eight pounds and five and a half ounces. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burge of Republic and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanson, rural Hardy. Great grand- mothers are May Garman and Martha Burge of Republic. Thursday, August 16, 1973 The Superior Express, sub- scription rates $5.00 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere in the United States, Ten cents per single copy Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, Inc., at 1MI East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 6S97b. 0 0 0 gu! Mel Kiou$ 9 p.m. to ! a,m. MEMBERS WELCOME JAY JENSEN HAS RETURNED to the University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture at Curtis, Neb., to complete his two years of training m Agricultural machinery mechanics technology, Jensen has completed the third quarter work-experience requirements by working for Woerner Ford Tractor. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jensen of rural Hardy, Adaughter, KennaLeah, was Local News.. born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Feala of North Bend, Neb., Aug. Dr. and Mrs. William - 6. She weighed eight pounds, Hasemeyer and family of North 0W Is The Time 111/z ounces and was 21 inches Platte visited from Thursday long. Mrs. Feala is the former until Saturday with Mr. and To Place Your Cheryl Thurber. Grandparents Mrs. Ralph Koken. are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Want Ad Thurber, sr., of Nelson and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mullet were and Mrs. James Feala of North at Grand Island Sunday to at- [n The Bend, Neb. tend the 40th wedding an- Farmer.Stockman niversary of her brother and thoughts were on the crumpled station wagon that contained three bodies and the injured survivors of what had once been a happy family on a holiday outing. The sudden failure of a worn tire caused the driver to lose control at highway speed. Or perhaps his memory dwelt on the head-on collision in the no-passing zone that killed the wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Michish. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tumbleson and Jeff were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tumbleson of Hastings, Miss Kristie Hanes of Cairo. Neb., Jean Tumbleson and Curtis and Monica Schukei of Lincoln Jean and Kristie are room- mates at Miller Hall in Lincoln. Kristie attends Joseph's School of Hairdressing arid Jean is attending Reece and Sybil. Jean was a guest of honor at a bir- thday dinner Sunday. of Nebraska Farmers and ranchers throughout Nebraska are improving their herds. The Farmer-Stockman is their directory of leading breeders who have stock available. Every issue is read in 2~4',500 Nebraska farm homes. Send your ad today. The Farmer-St0ckman of Nebraska ]48 E Third Street SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA , i ,, ,,, talented young man and critically injured his bride--4he ~ ~ innocent victims of someone ! HEST:)N YVE-E MIMIEUX else's erratic behavior at the co~,~ ~ SKYJACKED" wheel. JAMES JEANNE And there were the pleas to the trooper by the truck driver ........... VVALTER ~" hopelessly pinned in the wreckage at a grade corssing, in danger of being burned to death... "Use your gun! I beg i of you to shoot me" . . . and : another instance involving the i lone survivor, stuck between the lifeless bodies of his two i companions when their vehicle i skidded beneath a truck, who ! had but one request... "Please pray for me." i Seven rural schools i to open in county l Seven rural schools with 11 teachers and 85 students are set to open this fall in Nuckolls County. LeRoy Pointer, Nuckolls County superintendent of schools, has announced that the pre-opening meeting for all Class I teachers will be held in his office at 1 p.m. Wednesday. f The Sandhill Troubadors 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Closed on Sundays through July and August t Ruskin, Nebraska 9 p.m. to I a.m. Dance To The Music of Mid-West Buckaroos MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME MGM METROCOLOR -- Sat. Mat. ONLY ,,SKYJACKED" Thurs. Merchants' Show 2: 00 "Taffy And The Jungle Hunters" Sun.--Mon. " Tues. A sfmple prank, a game won... PANAVISIONe METROCOLOR MGM SUMMER SHOW TIMES Matinee Sat.-Sun ............... ' .... 2:00 Boxoffice Opens Evenings ........ 8:15 Show Starts ............................ 8: