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:; A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 30, 1973 session of district convene ~i ii~ The fall session of district court will begin at the Nuckolls County court house on Thurs- day, Sept. 6, at 10 am. There are 32 cases on the docket plus cases pending as the defendants are on probation. Thirty-seven jurors have been notified. Officials presiding will be Orville L. Coady, judge; W. Don McIntyre, court reporter; Doris Menke, court clerk; W. E. Garrison, county attorney; and Donald W. Squires, county sheriff. The docket: The State of Nebarska vs. Gene C. Oldham; non-support. The State of Nebraska vs. Donald E. Winslew; no-fund check. First Federal Savings & Loan Association vs. Robert R. Curfman and Mildred Curt- man; foreclosure. William H. Gallentine, jr,, vs. Allan H. Hoier and Merlin D. Peck; judgment. Richard F. Reinke vs. Robert L. Howe, et al.; foreclosure of real estate mortgage. Oscar Biltoft, administrator of estate of Nis Biltoft, deceased vs. Homer Biltoft; judgment. Mitchell Woerner vs. S & D Industires, Inc. d-b-a Superior- Deshler Co. and Ace Pump Co.; judgment. Credit Bureau of Hastings vs Tom Gentleman; transcript of judgment, appeal from county court. Radke Metzger Realty Inc. vs. Harold E. Ruttman; judgment. Delores Nitzsche, et al. vs. Montie McLaughlin, et al.; partit,on of real estate and of accounting. Robert Peterson vs. Scoular Bishop Grain Elevator Loren Clark and Scoular Bishop Grain Co. of Omaha; judl~ment." Doris M. Hess vs. t~mnn C. Hess; dissolution of marriage. Robert Allgood vs. Robert Jensby; judgment. Marlis Ann Lyons vs. Roy Gene Lyons; dissolution of marriage. Best Finance Company vs. Herman and Wilma Wayman; judgment. Johnna R. Johns vs. Adam William Johns, jr.; dissolution of marriage. Missouri Valley Steel Co., a corporation, vs. U.S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., a corporation; judgment. Lincoln Telephone & Telegraph Co. vs. Dorothy J. Joy county treasurer of Nuckolls County, Nebraska; recovery of taxes. Roy Gene Lyons vs. Leprino Cheese Mfg. Co.; judgment. Pat Winslow vs. Donald Eugene Winslow; dissolution of marriage. Marlys Thelander vs. Calvin Thelander ; dissolution of marriage. First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Superior vs. J. W. and Barbara R. Healey; foreclosure. Ray Serk vs. Union Pacific Railroad Co.; judgment. Diane E. Hines vs. John P. Hines; dissolution of marriage. Lincoln ~ Telephone & Telegraph Co. vs. Board of Equalization, County of NuckoUs, State of Nebraska; appeal from county board of equalization. Dorothy M. Deuel vs. Keith W. Deuel; dissolution of marriage. Nancy J. Schoenrock vs. Arlo R. Schoenrock; dissolution of marriage. Lena Marie Kail vs. Thomas Melbourne Kail; dissolution of marriage. Larry E. Davis vs. Dixie Lee Davis; dissolution of marriage. Magdalene Groh vs. Victor Groh; dissolution of marriage. Gilbert and Eleanor Theer vs. Farmers Aerial Spraying and The BERMUDA E4001W A big family-size picture in a compact-size cabinet finished in richly- grained American Walnut color. Control panel is a rich blend of softly tinted light Brown metal and deep Brown simulated leather, Chromacolor Picture Tube. Titan 101 Chassis--over 90% solid-state! Solid-State Super Video Range Tuning System. Automatic Tint Guard. Customized Tuning. 5" x 3" Speaker, lille Television & Electric "Superior's Servicing Dealer" NEW SECONDARY education school teachers in Superior this veer include Mel Crowe, Don Fritz, Joyce McKenzie, Jane Reeg, Jackie Nispel and Rochelle Reed. Express Photo Dusting, Inc.; recovery of damages. The County of Nuckolls In the State of Nebraska vs. Robert Hunter, unmarried; tax foreclosure. The following cases are pending as the defendants are on probation: The State of Nebraska vs. Michael Tucker and The State of Nebraska vs. Duane Nelson. Jurors Opal Andersen, Superior. Orlin Bargen, Superior. Amber Bergmnn, Nelson. Carmen Bruening, Superior. Clayton Corman, Oak. Judith Corman, Superior. Eva Dillman, Nelson. Merlin Prey, Guide Rock. Patrick Friend, Lawrence. Chester Gebhards, Superior. Melva Gressley, Superior. Fredrick Huffman, Superior. Wilma Jones, Edgar. Edmund Kathman, Lawrence. Howard latrsen, Superior. Jerome Mazour, Nelson. John McNulty, Superior. Wayne Mosier, Edgar. Alfred Mueller, Superior. Lorraine Nielsen, Nelson. Sharyl Patterson, Superior. Thomas Penny, Superior. Kirsten Revelle, Ruskin. Lee Ann Rumbaugh, Superior. Mary G. Samsula, Oak. Judith Schlarb, Superior. Helen Schroer, Nelson. Bruce Scroggin, Oak. Linch Sharp, Superior. Emma Skinner, Edgar. Bruce Stiles, Superior. Francis Sullivan, Superior. Marshall Vale, Superior. Mary Wheeland, Nelson. Elmer Williams, Nora. Myrtle Wurley, Nelson. Esther Wyatt, Hardy. Angus church will observe anniversary Sunday, Sept. 16 The Church of Christ in Angus will celebrate its centennial anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 16. A special program is being planned to mark the ob- servance. Former ministers of the church will speak. The musical program will feature the Portenier family of Seward and the Elmer Childless family of Wichita. A basket lunch is planned for noon. To the Editor ii!; iii! Editor: Many people of this com- munity have read your article, with pride, on "Our Little Byron," Many of us and I for one, would like to thank you, for the praise we have received from you and Mrs. Skinner. It's always nice to read ar- ticles of our neighboring towns, especially when something nice happens in their communities. A Superior Express Reader Mrs. Roland Grueber. l l l l l II ll l Horses, cars, furniture, boats, farm implements, services.., just about anything you can name . have been sold through the Superior Express CLASS IFIE D ADS. Yet a 15 word ad delivered to more than 10,000 readers only costs 90 cents. If would cost you more than $100 to send them each a letter telling what you have to sell. Dial 0 erlor II I I IIII II I I I I IIIIIIIIII III I I I I I I Game and Parks Commission fisheries biologists have begun compiling information at Lake Mcconaughy in an attempt to determine the extent of the fish kill that occurred this spring. Gill mets will be used to sample fish populations, par- ticularly white bass, and a comparison will be made to figures obtained in August 1970. Emphasis will be on white bass, since reports indicate this species was hit hardest by the fish kill. The annual spring survey of their spawing migration at the Lewellen fish trap was not obtained this year Sealed bids will be received at the Nuckolls County Clerk's Office, Nelson, Nebraska until 10:00 a.m. September 5, 1973 on a 1949 WD Tractor. This tractor may be seen at the County Shop, Lawrence, Nebraska. Sealed bids will be received at the Nuckolls County Clerk's Office, Nelson, Nebraska until 10:00 a.m. September 5, 1973 on a 6 Cylinder Motor from a 1953 International 21/2 Ton Truck. This motor may be seen at the County Shop, Oak, Nebraska. If any one would like further information about either of these items, please call Stan Hoover, County Road Foreman, at 225-4331. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners Just For NEW ELEMENTARY school teachers in year include Barbara Bruegger, Debbie Lewis, Marsha Dutton. ExpreSS due to technical problems and the high water on the North Platte River. Cause of the fish kill was determined to be a bacteria. Some kind of environmental stress normally accompanies the presence of this bacteria, common to water and soil, to cause mortality. Biologists suspect the stress in this~ was a large by a high lake. Water samples are obtained in hopes mining the amount finding their way into Nebraska's largest water. ALL YOU CAN EAT! American Legion Hall September 2 Eat from 6 to 8 p.m.-Dance from 8 to 12 p.I Admission Dance Dance and Eat $2.50 Children under 12 $1 only EVERYONE WELCOME! This amazing new sports graph puts a wealth of football in- formation af your finger tips. Whether on the 50 yard line or in front of your TV, you will be able to compare vital statistics of the Nebraska Cornhuskers with those of their opponenfs. The Sports Graph confains history and sfafistics on each opposing player as well as the Nebraska players. Get yours today. Be ready to enioy Cornhusker Football this fall. Member of FDIC Superior, BANKAMERIcARD 335 Central Avenue