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q 8A Thursday, September 6. 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS News and Views Elementary School By Charles Denson School is underway for another nine months. Where, oh where, do the days and weeks go? Even though summer appeared to be shorter than usual this year, more of cur pupils appear to be more eager increasingly efficient and ef- fective, as shown by test results and observations of E.S.E.A. Title I officials at both the state and federal levels. With the help of the parent-advisory com- mittee and their chairman, Mrs. Don Fintel, the program should continue to improve the overall education of children and thereby meet the ex- pectations of the district. to return to their classrooms, teachers and friends. / After only a few days of school, we have noticed a problem that appears to demand more concern this year than last. Our young bicycle riders are not heeding traffic Notebook rules and regulations and are not using good judgement in Jake Kinascher was in the office Tuesday displaying the taking safety precautions. Of ribbons and trophy the softball course, this not true for every child, but I have seen a number teams he coaches have won of instances in the past week. since he began working with the Several instances have oc- girls' program here in 1969. curred where children were -Jake is very interested in the dangerously close to getting hit program and has done much to by a car or truck. We need only develop interest and par- look at the daily newspapers to ticipation in it. see that children in various Their first ribbons were won localities are injured for life in in 1970 when they joined the Tri- traffic accidents, or even more tragically, it ends in death. Surely it doesn't take such an occurrance to wake our young cyclists up. Here at school we are going to make a special effort to see that youngsters heed the rules of traffic. We are going to remind, drill, and even scold until we think our pupils have gotten the message. In the meantime, however, it takes more than just our efforts to get the job done. If parents and motorists, the police, city officials, and the school work together, we will avoid the possibility of a tragic accident. Please help us guard the well-being of your children. E.S.E.A. Title I staff are now testing for participants for developmental reading, County league. The girls' team won first in the Edgar tour- nament that year. In 1972, the girls were first in the southern division of the league and third in the league while the women's team was first in both the division and the WHILE THE HEAVY rains and resulting flash flooding made extra work and misery for the adults, the children enloyed playing in the mud and water. --Express Photo call Lutheran Pastor Raymond Ensign of High School. Pastor and Mrs. league. Adams, Neb., has accepted a Ensign also have three This year the women were call to serve as pastor of Salem daughters. first in the league division and Lutheran Church, rural second in the league. The girls Superior. He will be installed at Pastor and Mrs. Emil Kuehn were second and third, services Sunday evening, Sept. of Hastings were honored at an The girls also won the second 16, at 7:30 p.m. The installation place trophy in the 10-team service will be conducted by Hastings Invitational tour- Pastor Thomas Damrow of nament. Bruning, Neb., conference The girls' team is composed dean. of girls who are 14 and under at Pastor and Mrs. Ensign and the start of the season. All are their son, John, will be moving eligible for the women's teams here the first of next week. John will be a freshman in Nelson Jewell developmental math, and County Agent Notes learning disabilities. After test By Darrel D. Hosie Mrs. Gaskill Highland.. Jerry Follmer, Johnny and : Danny of Bellevue and George Follmer of Green River were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer and family. Ella Zeigier was a Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and family. Mrs. Helen Gebhards and Mrs. Louis Keim were Friday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Marvin Thurber. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hansen of Hardy were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiem. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer and family of Somerset, Pa., were visitors from Thursday until Sunday in the Don Follmer home. Gary Mcclure of Nelson is spending a week in Lincoln, attending a school. Jeanette Jacobitz and Peggy and Brenda Porter attended a birthday party Friday night, given in honor of Laura Kar- mazin. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer County office cannot and Jason of Geneva, andCraig Follmer of Hastings spent qua lify retired teachers Sunday with their parents, Mr.. for increased pension and Mrs. Don Follmer. LeRoy Pointer, Nuckolls County superintendent, said today (Thursday) that correspondence from the State Education Association now states that the county superintendent's office cannot appreciation dinner Sunday. qualify retired teachers for Pastor Kuehn has served as increased pension benefits. interim pastor here the past It was originally believed the seven months. They were county office could be used. presented a picture of the Last Retired teachers will need to Supper from the congregation contact local school superin- Sunday. tendents for arrangements for Sunday services will also be work assignments to qualify for conducted by Pastor Kuehn. increased benefits. A TIP FROM 1141 NIImAII(A MATS I~ ~TION Sports are a challenge to young people. Sports give a cha )ce for adventure, an op- portunity for physical ex- pression and intense emotional experience. Sports are a test of self. missed a state meeting in her 15 The Nebraska Medical years, paid tribute to the dozens Association points out this is as results are compiled for each of Superior women who handled true of girls, as it is with boys. the neighbor-to-neighbor en- Either our culture, or grade level, the Title I teachers The Kansas State University velopes each year, students and physiological taboos have kept sit down with teachers (both experiment field at Belleville teachers who previously helped many young women from current and last year's) and will hold a fall field clay on Sept. with the mail campaigns, the getting the desired experiences with the principal to discuss 12, 1:30 p.m. The program will Mrs.A. Dean Gaskill, who has executive secretary of Job's Daughters, who con-:in regular physical recreation. each child's scores and the include: served as chairman of theNebraska EasterSealssociety, ducted the Lily Days, and the Any young woman who probable benefits of placement Soil tilth and tillage problems Nuckolls County Easter Seals in a letter to Mrs. Gaskill, ex- Easter Seal officersand maintains a high level of health in E.S.E.A. Title I classes. Title of hea textured soils in North Committee since itspresses appreciation for her committee members who and fitness meets family or I staff will begin instruction on entrai Experiences organization in 1958, stepped faithful service through the gave help and support, career responsibilities more Monday, Sept. 17, 1973, with with minimum tillage on heavy down Sept. 1 and Mrs. Leonard years. "I applaud your great effectively. She learns the self- some levels starting a day or textured soils of North Central Erickson will succeed her, effort," Mrs. Simmons said. discipline with regard to health two before this. Kansas. Power requirements of according to an announcement "Yours has always been anSon injured in practices that bring personal To help carry out the oh- heavy textured soils and from the Nebraska Easter Seals outstanding county." race mishap achievement and satisfacation. jectives of the E.S.E.A. Title I equipment needed for minimum Society. Her letter also invited Mrs. at Fairbury As with young men, programs program, three teacher-aides tillage. Reports on otherMrs. Gaskill will remain with Gaskill to attend the annual for athletics should include five are employed to help Title I research being conducted at the the committee in the position of meeting in Omaha this October, Bill Buchanan of Desbler is factors to assure health and participants and others in some Belleville Experiment field, vice-chairman, while oruer to be recognized for her hospitalized with serious in- safetY. The Nebraska Medical cases, in the regular classroom. Included in the program will Arnold Bohllng will continue as years of service, juries received in a headon :, Association suggests you There were four such aides be an actual demonstration of secretary and Mrs. Ron Higer Concerning Mrs. Gaskill'scollision during a figure 9 race . evaluate the sports programs in employedlastyear, butduetoa phtuting equipment especially as treasurer. ' .efforts, Mrs. Bohling said, at Fairbury Friday night, Aug. your school on the basis of: eutbackinf fundlng, only designed for use in minimum Other members of the "'When one speaks of what the 24. He is a son of Mrs. Marie Proper conditioning, careful 74.three were employed for 1973- .......... tillage. The possibility of feed reorganized committee include Nuckolls County Committee has Stahl of Superior. coaching, good officiating right shortages and the need to plant Mrs. Kenneth Teachworth, who, done, one is really talking Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Stahlequipment and facilities and For the past two or three years our program has become additional acres with the same size of equipment places ad- ditional importance on minimum tillage. Production cost and erosion control are also important factors of minimum tillage. Wheat Planting Time Wheat planting time for Jewell County is just around the corner. The recommended planting dates for this area is Sept. 10to Oct. 5. Early planting tends to increase insects and disease attacks. When wheat is planted teo early, heavy fall growth also drains off soft moisture and nitrates that are needed the following spring. The approximate fly free date for Jewell County is Sept. 28 and 29. The threat of wheat streak mosaic, which took a heavy toll with Mrs. Bohling, has been a about Orfa Gaskill. The rest of member of the committee since us helped where we could, but its organization. She served for Mrs. Gaskill has been the some years as vice-chairman. In addition, the committee, as reorganized at the time of Mrs. Gaskill's resignation, includes Arvon Marcotte, Miss Margene Shuck, Vernon Rempe, Bob Friend of Lawrence. Mrs. Evon Sykes and Mrs. Delbert Jep- pesen, both of Ruskin, andW. E. Garrison of Nelson. In the 15 years under Mrs. Gaskill's leadership, the Nuckolls County Easter Seals Committee has devoted itself to meeting the needs of the handi- Capped in the area. Funds ramea for the work have grown from approximately $690 in earlier drives to this year's appeal total of $1,393. With these funds, the com- in 1972 can be reduced by mittee has purchased equip destroying volunteer. Care merit, provided examinations needs to be taken in destroying and care, sponsored physical volunteer plants both in the field and speech therapy programs, to be seeded and in nearby and operated a referral service fields, for the crippled and handi- Volunteer in fields to be capped. Nuckolls County has seeded should be destroyed at been recognized by the state least three weeks before organization as one of the most planting. Allow at least two alert committees in seeking out weeks between destroying crippled children and adults to volunteer in nearby fields and aid. planting. Mrs. L. Simmons of Omaha, lifeblood of the organization, tir Jess in her efforts to help the crippled of our county lead fuller lives." The retiring chairman recalls as one of the highlights of her years with Easter Seals seeing a Nuckolls County child, Mary Frances Garvin, presented as the Easter Seals Child of 1972. Mrs. Gaskill had nominated Mary Frances, when Easter Seals had been helping for several years, and was delighted to see how she won people wherever she went. Mrs. Gaskill, who has not and Mrs. Louise Oltman were in Lincoln Monday to see him, and report that he is improving. Buchanan was taken to the Fairbury hospital following the accident, then transfered to Lincoln General Hospital where on Saturday he had surgery for internal injuries. He was later transfered to St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lincoln, for the availability of a kidney machine there. Mrs. Buchanan is the former Dixie Ehlers of Deshler and they have four children. There are an estimated 475,200 blind people in our nation today. Your Seed Wheat Now Deshler Roller Mill Phone 365-7276 Deshler, Nebraska adequate medical care. Phusical activity is basic to good health. I I I I Horses, cars, furniture, boats, farm implements, services.. just about anything you can name . . have been sold through the Superior Express CLASS I FIE D ADS. Yet a 15 word ad delivered to more than 10,000 readers only costs 90 cents. It would cost you more than $100 to send them each a letter telling what you have to sell. A Classified uperior I hold Tom Doyle, director of the Nebraska roads department, urges all residents of the District 4 to attend a highway informational meeting at the Grand Island Senior High School on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The meeting is scheduled for 7;30 p.m. District 4 includes Blaine, Loup, Garfield, Wheeler, Custer, Valley, Greeley, Sherman, Howard, Buffalo, Hall, Merrick, Polk, Hamilton, York, Clay, Kearney, Adams, Fillmore, Webster and Nuckolls Counties in central Nebraska. "The primary purpose of the meeting is to encourage citizen involvement in the highway development process. We are looking forward to hearing everyone's opinions, desires and criticisms of our highway program," Doyle said. "I assure input will be sidered as we way to serve fair that the in their continued. Doyle questions on through 1979 struction welcomed. struction prograln I in mid-July. Highway Co David Breslow chair the meeting. assisted by missioner, officer and department The District 4 r of seven district meetings tember. BOWLING Classical League Christensen's Doctor's Dollies Bev's Pete's lT Pats' Pride Seever's Security Bank W L 4 0 4 0 3 1 Toni's Drake's TV Kurly Kone High Turner, 200; series; Bey team game, high team series, 2,453, and Bev's 3 1 Surgery is the 2 2 cure for cataract 2 2 than 95 percent 1 3 cessful. Country Living at its Beautiful new 3-bedroom Embassy House * Completely Carpeted * Family Room * 13/4 baths * Central air conditioning *Located on 2 acres of wooded overlooking Republican River * Has new well and septic tank *Set on concrete foundation For showing contact Jim Representing Countryside Mobile Hastings, Nebraska Phone 402---879-4143 This year will mark the 25th annual Farmers Merchants party sponsored by the Superior Commerce and we've gone all out to make it remember. Every farmer and his wife in the Superior territory are invited to the beef barbecue at the Auditorium. Following the barbecue, we will adjourr Crest Theatre for special live entertainment and the of the feature movie, "Cold Turkey", starring Dick Dyke. Make Plans To Attend The Barbecue will be held at the City AuditoriUt a a Serving will begin at 6:30 p.m. Come as soon as you can You will be served There will be an outstanding program as usual that is sure to please at the Crest Theatre Every farmer and his wife in the Superior trade territory is invited to affend. make necessary preparations, our only request is that you will fill out the mail or bring it to the Chamber office as soon as possible. Reservations may alsO either Superior bank. COU PUN We would like to attend the t-armers-AAerchants Bar beque at the Superior City Auditorium on Wednesday evening, September 12, ]973. o Signed AAr. and Mrs .......................... . ............... Address '"" ... .......... . . o... o .....o... .... .o ..... , .....o-'"