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j i~ ~i /!i i! i! ii i i ii:t 2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS September 6, 1973 FLOODWATERS swept this car driven by Gloria Johanson from West Eighth Street into the ditch near the Longford Mill Products plant Sunday evening. Fortunately, the car went into the south ditch and only a small amount of water entered the car, The north ditch was completely filled as the water poured over the road. --Express Photo LoveweU News Items... By Mrs. Clarence Jensby Norman l othchlld and Tami of Littleton. ColD,, came to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild, Saturday, Aug. 25. They left for home Saturday, Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne of Gaylord spent Labor Day weekend here. They were Friday night guests at the Clarence Jensbys home and Saturday and Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa. Rick Diamond spent Labor Day weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, and Becky. Betty Stoics spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies. Rick and Betty are both students at Fort Hays this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Mrs. Dallas Diamond called on Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole in Belleville Friday. Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild were Mr. and Mrs. Ernmett Roth- child, Norman Rothchild and Tami of Littleton, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. jim ~iott of Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren went to Wichita to at- Ill - Ill I II Abstracts Rhoads Secreta ria I Building Phone 879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Neb. I1[ IIII I I tend the wedding of Dennis Ball and Joanne Ortiz Saturday morning, Sept. 1. Guests Thursday night for supper at the Delbert Roth- childs were Norman Rothchild and Tami of Littleton, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild and family and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roth- child and family. Mrs. Ivan Warren and Mrs. Henry Stoics were on the hostess list for a shower at the school house in Courtland for Miss Beverly McNeil, who married Ronnie Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Johnson of Courtland, on Sept. I at Paradise, Kan. Mrs. Edwin Ross and Mrs. O. R. Cuq- ningham also attended the shower. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler, attended the wedding of Miss Jeanie Wilson to Thomas Johnson of Clay Center, Neb., at 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Concordia. Friday night guests at the Emmett Rothchild home were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothehild and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family and Mr. Crane's mother of Pohattan, Ken., Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild and family and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Roth- child and Shannon of Smith Center, Karl. Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Mrs. Clare Osborne, Mrs. Mac Bouray, Mrs. Gregory Birrell, and Mrs. Bill Hamel attended the wedding of Renee Hull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hull of Red Cloud, at Grand Island Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross went to Kansas City Aug. 21 and went by plane to Columbia, Tenn., to visit Dr. and Mrs. B. I. Naddy before Dr. Naddy leaves for a two-week visit with his Saturday evening callers of family in Jordan. The last of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farver September Mr. and Mrs. Ross were Mrs. Basil Farver and will go by plane to California to Mrs. Dale Hartman and baby of visit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross and Nelson. family and attend the wedding Mrs. Dale Frahm returned of their nephew. Joe Gross, son home on Monday of last week of Mr. and Mrs. George Gross. after having surgery in Edwin Marr accompanied a car load of Jewell County men to Fall Forage Day at Manhattan on Aug.29.. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Havel of Wichita stopped for Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchilds. They were enroute home from a Colorado vac4ttion. Nora News By Mrs. Warren Stiles The Nora school started on Monday of last week with Mrs. Geraldine Schultz of Ruskin as the teacher. There are 13 pupils. Dana Schleufer, a kindergarten pupil, was absent all last week because of illness. - Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elders, Jeffry and Amy of Omaha. Supper guests on Monday evening of last week of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers of Greely, Colo. Mrs. Rogers is a niece of Mrs. Thayer. Later Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer, Shelly and Mark joined them for a visit. Supper guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Marlin, Lyle and Julie were Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley and Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. Art Moran. The occasion was to celebrate Lyle's 13th birthday and the fifth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Epley. Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Betka and family of Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Muehlieh, Jan and Jody spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, Schuyler, ahd his mother, Mrs. Howard Muehlich, Octavia. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beuman and Randy were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanham of Kearney were Labor Day weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth. They also came to attend the Peterson-Troudt wedding at the Bethany Lutheran Church of Ruskin. Interest Rates on New 4 Year Certificates of Deposit $20,000 Minimum *Annull Rata **Annual Yiald Compounded Continuously $10,000 Minimum $5,000 Minimum $1,000 Minimum Save by the lOth, earn from the 1st UMITED AS TO AMOUNT AVAIl.ABLE BASED ON FEDERAL REGULATIONS u I New rates on all other accounts are the highest permitted by Federal regulations, OFFICES IN LINCOLN OMAHA KEARNEY ORD CRETE FAIRBURY FEDERAL LINCOLN u ~ber F SL.IC. Lincoln. Visitors since her return home have been Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mrs. Don Gebers, Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer, and Mrs. Alvin Epley. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith and Mr. and Mrs. David Lynn and family of Glenvil. Mrs. Della Smith was ad- mitted to the Nuckolls County Hospital Sunday afternoon for -tests and observation. Wednesday noon dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek of Davenport. Sunday evening they were among guests of Mrs. Dorothy An- derson of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hofts and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts, Troy and Sherry visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schleufer of Deshler Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie An- derson visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson of Edgar Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers, David, Steven and Tommy were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schiermeyer and family of Lawrence. Other guests later were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wulf and sons of near Bostwick and Mrs. Adella Gebers. They all came to help Tommy Gebers celebrate his 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lanham and sons of Lincoln spent the Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham. Monday they all went to Grand Island to visit the Stuhr Museum. Mrs. Adella Gebers visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert Sunday. MONDAY THE CLEAN-UP began. Firemen and other volunteers day pumping water from basements and scrubbing out the aftermath of Sunday eveni~ Pictured pumping water at the Willard Springer home are AI Jorgensen, George Ralph hAellott. --Ex Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlamann visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grafelmann and family of Hebron. Mrs. Mac Lynch visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Lanham of Ruskin. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bergen to honor Mr. Bargen on his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown of Superior, Mrs. Edith Smith of Lincoln. Tom Bargen of Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen. Tom Bargen was a weekend guest and returned to Denver Monday evening. Mrs. Alda Gerbeling recently returned home from a trip to Washington state to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Braden. A much needed rain came Sunday night. Amounts of three to three and one-half inches were reported in this area. Mrs. Bill Lynch attended a get acquainted coffee to honor Mrs. Dianne Collins Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Good near Nelson. Friday Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Dorothy Andersen and Mrs. Dianne Collins were in Hastings. Wednesday afternoon visitors and lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hofts were Mrs. Anna Waiters and Franklin of Waterloo, Iowa. Mrs. Max Lanham and her houseguests, Mrs. Bob Lanham and Tommy, visited Mrs. Claudie Miller of Nelson Saturday evening. Sunday evening they were lunch guests of Mrs. Ray Parker of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer were Sunday over- night and Monday guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. ROy Stutzman and children of Utica. Thursday they were the Dale Peters Hastings. The 1973 season opens through Nov. 4. limit is three and the I limit is six. MI PHOTG Weddings Portraits OAn Graduation Open Through SatU Closed 122 East 4th As we have rented an apartment, we will sell our home and personal ings in Hardy, Neb., starting at 5:00 p,m., on HOUSEHOLD GOODS MISCELLANEOUS and Dining room table and four chairs Chrome table and four chairs 4-piece bedroom set, complete Kicthen stool Set of end tables Chest of drawers 2 Floor lamps Desk lamp Pots and pans Pictures Smoking stand Refrigerator Gas stove, 30-inch Washing machine, conventional type 2 Flower pedestals Pictures Fruit jars and jelly glasses Painted chest of drawers Lantern 2 Copper scales 2 Crock jars Blue Mason jar Sewing machine Hand corn sheller Duplex wood heater 4 Good saws Bench vise Carpenter tools and hand tools 1/,-inch drill Nail bar Bench Garden too.'s 3/8-inch set Extension cords Nuts, bolts, etc. 16-ft. aluminum extension ladders 13-ft. aluminum extension ladder Step ladder Shovels, etc. Furniture vise Saw ho ses Wheel barrow Yard bench New electric sander Electric emery stone 2 Hedge trimmers Pitch fork Tree :40 ft. of l / -inch pipe Lawn mower, like new b h.p, sprayer Antique engine cart Hand sprayer h.p. Clinton motor, extra go.od Fishing equipment David Bradley garden tractor with disc, lister and cultivator Garden hose 1964 Chevrolet, 6-cyclinder, 6,900 ell@ i Clean, extra good It is a 5-room house with bath, air conditioner, carpet in living room, enclosed cellar under the house, propane tank and TV antenna. There are four lots, extra nice garden Spot, apple, cherry, apricot, plum and peach trees and grape Legal description: Lot 3, 4, 5 and 6, Block 15, Original Town of Hardy. All 19'/3 are paid. Abstract for 2 lots will have quick claim deed. One-third down, balance when TERMS: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Not accidents. Property at bidder's risk at time of bid off. Ed Lightner, Real Estate Auctioneer Slim and Andy Montgomery, Auctioneers and Complete Auction ii4i