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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 23, 1993 Northbranch News By Ruth Glover McNichols family left this area Because of 3 1[2 inches of in the late '50s. rain the Northbranch-Union Dallas and Faye Dillon, Cald- Chapel Sunday school picnic well, Idaho, and their daughter, was at the Northbranch Church Marlcne, were visiting in the instead of the Superior park. area last Tuesday. They were More than 80 persons attended last Tuesday supper guests in the the 11 o'clock worship service LaVae Glover home. The men in charge of Pastor Karl Martin. arc cousins. The Dillons were The Rev. Frank de Fisher led the staying with her brother, Bud children in some vacation Bible Harlow, and wife, Red Cloud. hool choruses and Pastor Lawrence and Helen Cline, Martin gave a special story for Friendswood, Texas, came Fri- the children. Theresa Shipley led day to visit his sister, Mildred group singing and also sang a Winslow, and her family, a few solo. Pastor dc Fisher gave the days. message. Glenn and Betty Wallace Nell McNichols, Azusa, were in Wymore Sunday to Calif., died last Tuesday. The attend a Saathoff family reunion. Republic News By Virginia Petersen Hoshaw wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meggitt Chase were in Beloit for the were in Manhattan Sept. 4 to at- Mitchell County Young Women tend the wedding of Bryan Van- of The Year Pageant in which Meter and Lori Kanode. Lanae Elliott participated. Mrs. Mike Wooley was last Guests of Velda Linden Men- Tuesday and Wednesday guests day were Jessia Anderson and of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chester Russell. Glenn Hefts. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hefts, Margarette Habiger was in Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Eggers, Mr. McPherson Thursday at the state and Mrs. Dennis Erkenbrack, AARP meeting and in Concor- Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell, din Friday at the regular AARP Imperial, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff meeting, where she presented a Even, Santa Ana, Calif., had health program. dinner together Saturday even- Lester Anderson retumed ing. home from Republic County Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoshaw Hospital. were in Basehor, Kan., this Margarette Habiger attended weekend to Visit Mr. and Mrs. the widows breakfast in Scandia Robert Hoshaw and were joined last Tuesday morning. by Mr. mad Mrs. David Hoshaw, Iona Tuley went to Kansas Ohio. All celebrated the Frank City last Friday and stayed through last Monday with Kris- " tin Tuley in Shawnee. She at- ! tended the Trost-Brzon wedding ! Wqnk Saturday, visited Karla Havens, Brooke and Kenna, Cottonwood Plumbing & Electric I Falls, and attended a volleyball / game there before returning [ Certified Refrigerant Technician [ home Tuesday. The Republic American Le- [ Tienchi-rlg--~'~ glen and AuXiliary hosted a cof- fee tour for officers of the sixth l and Backhoe District at the Rae Hobson Li- p brary last Thursday. J. E. Glenn hone 913-428-3465/ and Jean Glenn, Bonnie Louder, Russell, Kan., and Jim Tull were the officers present. Margaret Farlee entertained at sewing club last Tuesday. Guests were Ila Swarm, Velda Fischer, Edith McClure, Ila Marie VanNortwick and Virgin- ia Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Weir were in Conroe, Texas, for the funeral of Alice Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell, Imperial, were visiting friends and relatives and attended the funeral of Merle, b, lorehead. Mr. and Mrs."Francis Comett were last Wednesday evening callers of the Rex Sandells. Jordan and Tara Isaacson came last Friday for the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simms. The rest of the Rex Isaacsons came last Sunday to atend Pawnee Days. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Berg- gren were visitors of Myrtle Berggren and the Allan Weirs and attended Pawnee Days. Ella May McLaughlin, Min- nie Cardwell and Fern Ebright were in Lincoln several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hi- miston. Mrs. Bill Cline and Mrs. Brad Hobelman and Lakin went to Topeka las: Wednesday to help Colleen Miller celebrate her birthday. Margaret Farlee, Ruth Hallgren and Kim Hallgren at- tended the Scandia Methodist Church Sunday with the Merlyn Farlees and attended the potluck dinner afterwards. Mrs. non Sehmit was a Fri- day night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman. Mr. Boman visited the Sonny Boman family, Topeka, last week. Observe 'See You at the Poles' day Although last Wednesday morning dawned cool and brisk this reporter accepted an invita- tion to the "See You At The Poles" (S YATP) prayer vigil at 7 o'clock. Mankato High School students, Jeremy and Bridgette Hendrich, joined the many students nation- wide who prayed at the flag poles at the school they attend. The special event was started in Texas in 1990 and has gained nationwide publicity. It doesn't violate court rulings against school sponsored prayer because it is stu- dent initiated and student led. The Rev. Dan Vallier, Form,so, was also present. ts linic el O II Highway 8 Superior, Neb. Mankato High School students, Jeremy and Bridgette Hendrich, joined Christian youth nation wide in "meet You At The Poles" prayer vigil Wednesday morning before school started. meet city coun at senior center As of July 1 the driving laws living or working on a farm of for 14 and 15-year-old Kansas more than 20 acres, having a such drivers were amendedby the 1993 signed affidavit from parent or by an Senate Bill 159. According to the guardian and employer, if appli- KansasHighway Patrol and Jewell cant does not live on the farm and had at least one CountySheriffthefollowinglaws completing vision, written and experience and will be enforced: driving tests, motorcycle To be eligibile for a restricted Restrictions on this permit-to of the permitee. Class C or M license, driver must and Irom and in connection with The penalty t"ol be 15 years old, successfully corn- any job, employment or farm re- the above plete an approved driver's ed lated work, on days when school ers: If the licensee course for each class, have a par- is in session over the most directof the ent or guardian sign, and have a route from residence to school of cense, vision test with completion slip. enrollment for the purposes of at- more accidents Driver can drive: to and from tendance, when operating a pas- license, the and in connection with any job senger car at any time when ac- employmentorfarmrelated work, companied by an adult who is the until the on days when school is in session holder of a valid commercial could be charged I: over the most direct route from driver's license and who is actu- residence to school or enrollment ally occupying a seat beside the sion of the for thepurposesofattendance (this driver, cannot operate any motor enforced by Vehicles. eliminates Saturday and Sunday vehicle with any non-sibling mi- To hold a moped activities and night activities un- nor passengers. This will not ap- less you drive to school in the ply to those who held a restricted andmustwrittenbe 15 andtests.mul momingandleaveyourcarparked license as of July 1, 1993. valid for operating; until after the night time activity), Instruction permit, Class C or and there are no r, when operating a passenger car at M-can be 14 or older, must take driving. any time when accompanied by vision and written tests, parents or an adult who is the holder of a guardian must sign (if under 16). For a Driver Ed commercialdriver'slicense, class Restrictions-may only drive may be 14 and A, B er C license and who is when accompanied by an adult sion actually occupying a seat beside who is the holder of a valid com- program the driver. Driver cannot operate mercial license and who has at driving, even any motor vehicle with any non- least one year of driving experi- cant has not sibling minor passengers (even if ence who is occupying a seat be- to be eligible it pertains to a job). This will not side the driver. If an instruction cense. The apply to those who held arestricted permit in license as of July 1, 1993. Driver Jewel1 County may ort a desi can drive when the licensee is Drug and Alcohol ignated area operating a motorcycle at any time when accompanied by an adult (~ouncll meets proved instructor who is the holder of a valid Class seat beside the When the Esbon City Council $250 figure is for each damage M license and who is operating a The Jewell County Drug and such metlastTuesdaynight it was sug- site. There are two possible sites motorcycle in the general prox- Alcohol Council met Monday an approved gested the monthly meetings be that money may be received for: imity of the licensee, night at the courthouse meeting a passenger car held at the senior center if the the area in front of Lorena Pate's Eligibility for a farm permit room with President Roger seniors agree, house and the sewer pond. The includes being 14 years old only, Thelander presiding. Members Mayor Windmuller reportedcity rhay get partial reimburse- present wereDwight Frost, Kevin at least one year the secretary contacted Darrell ment for their expenses. Phillips, Lester Snyder and Janice rience and who Miller to survey the possible city The mayor suggested a thank Welcome teachers ,wen. seat beside the d The meeting date was changed lot. The surveyor should arrive in you be sent to Jerry Nelson for at Jewell meeting from Sept. 27 because Thelander Swansoll two to three weeks. The cost will getting the fire hydrants painted be $500 to $700. before the Fun Fest. All members The Jewell Chamber of Com- was not going to be available. The free movie was discussed. Irene Daniel~ Council discussed the location signed it. merce met last Monday for the Fifty-five adults attended at $3 annual Swanson of the new park. Suggestions in- Councilwoman Fischer was teachers' welcome supper. eluded the old post office lot or asked to check with Rex Fischer Donations for the Palmer Mu- and 115 children at$2.There were Sunday at the S buying the Pride lot. The original to see ifhe would be willing ted, seum were received from Earl 156 bags of popcorn given at 50 nity Center. plan to buy the school lot was city work. Members will ascer- Varney, ClarkOplinger, J-RSpirit cents, for a total of $473. A dona- Attending we cancelled. Pat Windmuller will rain if Wayne Broeckelman is andDonSimmelink.Theroofhas tionof$5wasreceived.Treasurer Clifford Swans check with Darrell Miller con- willing to rent his backhoe, been repaired. Janice *wen reported a balance Barbara Marden cerning the old post office lot and of $1,353.17 after the check was Manhattan, Mr ardSwanson possible legalities of making the written for the movie in May. city park on that site. of M Roger Antle, ]ewell, hopes to Jacobs, Thecouncilmayhireaplumber be at the next meeting. Thelander Sarah Swanson, and Mrs. Ricl to put in new water meters and do 134 on power bills hopes everyone on the committeewill beable to recruit a new mem- Hebron, Ml r. some backhoe work. Colson from 9 Ionia is not interested. Gary berby Jan. 1. Cosand has been contacted. Coun- WhentheMankatoCityCoun- Hamilton told the council of The October meeting will be at .... Pate sQ~~ ciimetlastTuesdaynightallmem- corresponderw,receivedfromt-h Burr Oak, November a~ Mt~:r:ana Mankato man and agveedto:o0m .... berswerepresentbutLyleDauner. MankatoSchoolDistrictreference and December in Mankat : uDrey, Mr. tact him to see if he wants the CityAdministratorDonHamilton, a .,, hool crossing. Thelanderplans to propose to Swanson work. reported with the city purchasing The city has made application the Jewell County Commission- Paul and JarTod The council agreed to permit partoftheirelectricityfromWest- to FEMA for financial assistance ersthatmileagebepaidforpeople Thol'llaS Terry Pate to use the city grader ern Area Power the city has been fromflooddamagetoculvertsand coming to the meetings. on the streets, able to save resulting in a custom- streets. Frost received aphone call ref- Relatives of the All rock the city purchased has ers' saving of $38,134 from Oct,- Lloyd Johnson, owner and op- erence a central meeting at Beloit Birdie Thomas beenusedfillingvariouspotholes, ber 1992 through May 1993. crater of Lloyd's Standard, has but was unable to attend.Senior Citizens' Themayorreportedamanfrom John Shaunessy has applied asked permission to put a 1,000- Kevin Phillips brought up the public last r:EMA and a state representative for a building permit to add a gallon above ground storage die- TV-VCRprogram that wouldput dinner was were in town last Tuesday to ex- carport onto his residence at 320 sel tank at his station site. Further units in every Jewell County Li- lowing cousins: amine flood damage. He said the S. Lincoln. information is needed before a brary.EsbonLibraryhasonenow, Carl Thomas, decision can be made. thanks to the senior citizen group. Mrs. Fred The 83rd Annual City Confer- Phillips will price units'beforethe Michelle, encewillbeatOverlandParkOct, next meeting. Mrs. Ritchie 3 to 5. Hamilton plans to attend. Mrs. *wen saw an informa- Mrs. Dave WillJ S Oi The Octobercity council meeting tiveposteratBeloittoadviseyouth Kevin, Mr. and will be changed from Oct. 5 to on the cost of a D. U. I. She will Londe, Certified Public Accountant Oct. 12. , call the 800 number to check on Lawrence, Ordinance 630, requiring the prices and quantities of posters Mr. and Mrs. Phone city administrator to live within and see how many are available. Adrian, Mr. the Mankato city limits, was ap- Meeting time was discussed. Hefts, Katrina "'11 ~.~l"/O.~fllf11~, proved by the council. Thelander suggested the meeting ka, Mr. and ~JLO ,.~IO ~.TUUU Recent testing of the nitrate be on the fourth Monday,f every and Mor an, Home -,, 913-647-8571 levels in the water were 7.31parts month as was originally sched- Mr. and per million which is down from uled. It was approved by those Megan and 116 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. previous tests, present. Randy Retie, ah Hansen, Mr. PUBL AoCWON Superior Livestock man, Mr. and Mrs. As we have moved to town, we will hold sn auction Itt our farm located from B elleville, Mr. Red Cloud' Nb" 1 1/2 ml'll 8uth' 2 relies" 1/2 roll" nrth =rid 1~ mile Market, Inc. Brzon, corn r~i~will be mltrkod, beginning at 11 ll.m. on Mrs. Paul Saturday, Sept. 2S Superior, Nob. Stephanie Mrs. Bob Every Saturday at 12:30 Dar ll Brzon Mr. and Mrs. Vmmt, vmUU= U, wt=nBm, Barn: 402-879-3711 public. 1968 Altis Chelrners 180 diesel tractor, cab, 3 pt., dual hydraulics, wide front, 2,424 one owner hours, shedded, extra good; Duel 3100 Quick T~h loader, Frank: 402-225-4284 7-ft. bucket, grapple, steel tooth hay push-off head. will be offered separate and with tractor; 1949 Oliver 77 tractor, p.s. wide front, new rubber, has all side tin / .. Miller: 402-225-21 91 work: 1962 International 1-ton truck with steel flatbed and hoist : Hale 6x16-ft. Larry bumper trailer; Vemeer 605D big, round beler, shedded, good condition; Dad' 5-wheet hay rake, sheddad, like new; Oliver 415 7-ft. pull-type sickle mower; Krause 13 1/2Jt. disk with harrow; Case 8-16 disk grain drill, low rubber and alfaffa seeder; Ottawa 3-pt. posthote digger, like new; Servis Big Rhino 8-ft., ~.~' M~' ~,,~, 3-pt. blade; 3-pt. bale unroll*r; Moline 2-row, 3-pt. lister; IHC,2-row, 3-pt. lister; ~_ T h e John De, re Model R spreader, sheddad, good shape; Oliver 8-16 grain ddll; Allis ~' o e ChelmerS 3-16 plow; 20-ft. bale elevator; 2 3-pt. bale forks; 20-ft. lowboy trailer, heavy duty, needs floor; Long 3-pt., 6Jt. rorary mower; 2-Wheel trailer; 2 Trailer boxes on four wheel gears, one with hoist, shedded; Bale fork for pickup bed; 2-Wheel bale cart with winch; Lowboy Has LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT AND MI$CELLANEOOfJ 12x16-ft. brooder house, to be moved; 10x16-ft. hog shed, to be moved~ Columbian 54on bulk bin witll aug,e; Chicken equiprnant; Hog troughs; Treated wood loading chute Calf cradle; Wlra panels; Cattle chute with hano gate; Electric iron and brand Veterinary supphes; Steel gates; uelf puller; 10-~. SZfuO~eI tank; Electric fencers; Electric fence; 1,000-gal. water tank; 200-gin. p=cKup ~ue tractor chains; tanks; 2 100-lb. tank; Bale feeder; Set 184x28 2 300-gel. fuel . propane bottles PTO wire winder;'q~ho Sti~ log splitter;Post vice.; LO~ST~ *Shirts *Caps *Aprons well equipment Roll cable 5 h.p. l~rigge, wire water pump; rump jacks; .. drawbarseader;Extenaionladdars;~anonmaircemprassor:/~irouot~e;~aw .Notebooks .Magnetic Signs menZlen and blade; New 9ravel plate for F10 loader; Marqutte 180 amp. welder and helmets nmpmT *Decals .Banners Patti raised Persian cats for several years. ,~ ~ ~ eq~.., ,ho use~ ~ ., .~:._: ...... *Store Signs Rubber 10x35 and 3 10xS0-h. mobile hornes used for housing cats; ~XlZ-n. sneo w~m pens, like new; Lots of feeders, watarons, troughs, pans, pens and cat equipment un Are Hastings 1O-ft. aluminum set, lit, dish with all accessories and attachments; orselllJ Starcraft 14-ft. fiberglass boat with 35 h.p. motor * End HOU$1DIOI, D ITEM9 UD C TIBI, ES New couch and matching chair; Couch--bed for conversion van; refrigerator: 2 '. SignaturesAdd Large deep freezes: DeLavel electric cream separator: 1936 Ford cab and Return ,re:" chassis and perts; 2 1962 Chew*i.e. t car bodies; Cast iron seats, 5tee. ~ seats; * Notary Steel wheels; Old cash register; (311 cannon; Old po~'c..h post; Old ~ Oi~er;.Lots of harnesses: Old ~; Cistern cups; Old barn s~d,ng; Old add,ng macon,; If you want It, We'll Try To Make It 2 Trailer loads of iten~ found at a c.~an-out auction TERMS OF SALE: Cesh Or good .beck day of euctionl Nothin9 r.emov~ until serded for. Merchanside at bidder's dsk after bid off. Everything sells w=th "as ,s, where is" warranty. Owners and auction staff not responsible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take precedence. Day of sale phone number, 402- 746-3823, Vernon "Bricks* Red Cloud, Neb. 1 and Patti Stokes, 40Z-ZBT-Z335 402-746-3823