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' ts will face Adams Central i * 9 ! 1 ame l deeision has been made. [qe SUPerior Wildcats will their first home varsity ~Y~' "'here this Friday as ~~ scheduled. Th nlS iili e u p e r J or Price15 ce kT'~'~=ever~¢game= ~larns~ nay flood, that the gametowatters,ShortlybeAthleticOf Central,scheduledthe beforeSeas°n't°ld Director thetheaWay•WOUldpress first Ex- ...... ! E X PoWRp EaNS S iiiiiii weather permitting est n er I ix' would be ready. caused several iii~ VOL. LXXII~No. 39 SUPERIOR NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NEBRASKA SEPTEMBER, 27, 1973 !;iiii flood nd dollars of damage at ~stOne Memorial Field but In S " ~.ge~cy repair has put the ~l~to playing condition. Two • "a ~~ ~ raes including the high and reserve teams ra ~ayed away last week. ~te~l'~ t of the flood, only trance to the field will be }l~ause of the high water ~ud, school officials ~t been able to inspect and the damage done to the ~e near the northwest ~,, of the field. Con- it will not be open for ~a~ae. All fans, football ~and the band will be to use the east en- to the field. ~.new bleachers on the ,~le of the field have not erected but temporary ~Will be provided to help ~.the expected crowd. ~'.r High School students t lult volunteers plan to ?evl laying field prior to n emng s game wlth L~" ~ntral. Game time is rePresentative October 4 ~t social security ,' tative will be in ~r at the Security Community Room on ~t0 y' Oct. 4, from 10:98 ~,. 12:00 noon. lcations are now being ~ed for the new sup- ,:~,cal security income ~.y~ which begins in 1974, for people in ~ ~eed who are blind, ~'~ or age 65, or older and '~Clal need. THE STEEL is beln9 placed Into position on the new Republican River bridge Iouth of Hardy. If the weather moderates and we receive a normal fall, concrete will be poured yet this fall. Construction though isn't expected to be finished before spring. The project is a joint one between both Republic and Jewel l Counties. --Express Photo At press time Wednesday as light rain continues to fall in Superior, area residents stew over what very well may be the wettest September ever recorded in this area. Thus far a total of 10.36 inches of rain has been measured here. The extremely wet weather has stopped all farming activity in what normally is a very busy time. Record crops of corn, milo and silage still stand in the rain soaked fields waiting the harvest crews while thousands of acres of land await the preparation for wheat planting which normally would be un- derway. Temperature High during week 82 Low during week 51 Precipitation Total this month 10.36 To date in 1973 35.56 To date in 1972 24.76 Normal for Sept. 2.73 Normal to Oct. 1 21.69 SUPERIOR MARKETS Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1973 Wheat $4.70 Corn 2.40 Milo 4.00 Heavy rain fell throughout most of the area Tuesday night but fortunately most of the area missed the destruction which accompanied the storm across much of northern Kansas and into eastern Nebraska. Hardest hit of any in this area, reported thus far to The Express, was the Van Van Meters, who live in Republic County, about three miles south of Hardy. Their trailer home was destroyed Tuesday evening by what is thought to have been a tornado. The Van Meters weren't injured as they had sought shelter in the basement of an unoccupied home on the farm near their trailer home. He is employed by Duane Dahl. The roof was torn from the barn and several outbuildings and grain bins destroyed at the Rodney McCammon farm two miles west and one mile south of Mankato. Fortunately, the McCammon home wasn't damaged by the storm, ac- cording to a report from the Jewell Caunty Sheriff's office. County $ in Rainfall across the area was quite general. Hardy reported an official 2.94 inches while Superior officially received 2.09 inches. Unofficial reports from Mankato indicate about 2 inches of rain fell there while only about 0.8 inches fell at Nelson. Unconfirmed reports have ranged as high as five inches. Water was over Highway ti east of Superior between the Don Kottmeyer and Norman Stenson homes Tuesday evening. The Kottmeyers report having 4.8 inches in their gauge while Stenson's had 4.5 inches. It is reported that a car from Chester went into the ditch between the Kottmeyer and Stenson homes when the high- way was flooded. The occupants crawled out the windows in an attempt to keep the interior of the car dry. Few reports have been received at press time con- cerning the welfare of friends and relatives of Express area regidents who lived in the hard hit sections of Kansas. census Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Murray of Clay Center, former Jewell County residents, report that they and their four children escaped without injury but all they saved from their home, which was destroyed, was a washer and dryer. Mrs. Murray, who was at work when the storm struck, reports having the back window sucked from her car as she drove home. When she reached the house and attempted to open the door, the windows in the home blew out. The Murrays then sought shelter in the basement of a neighbor's home. Sustains compound fracture Saturday While working with cattle Saturday, Charlie Russell sustained a compound fracture of his right leg. He was taken to the Lincoln General Hospital in Lincoln for treatment and returned to Nuckolls County Hospital Tuesday. services Rev. Christensen will speak to the children. At the 10:30 Sunday morning service, Pastor Christensen will begin his sermon series entitled "Glimpses Into the Christian Life" with the sermon "Ran- gamed." Sunday evening at 7:30, he will speak on "The Great Debt." Monday evening, Oct. 1, at 8:00 the service themewill'be "Prayer for Maturity" and on Wednesday evening at 8:00 the concluding sermon will be "No Need to be Ashamed." Rev. Christensen was bern at Blair, Nab., and attended Dana College, the University of Nebraska and Trinity Lutheran ~r • Eric Christeneen of Seminary in Blair. He ma~r~ed k-' Kan., will be theElaine Jespersen and tog tler at Sviritual Life they served parishes at Brush, Y~ Week-Services at Colo., Toronto, Ontario, PalLs ~Y LUtheran Church inchurch in Omaha and presently ept. 30, Oct. 1 andat Palmer, Kan. | ~,ae public is cordially The children's choir, the i according to the Ray. Singers of Christ, and a mixec.i. Hiller, pastor of quartette will provide special Y. Church. music for the services. A coffee INSPECTING NEW EYE BANK KIT. The Superior Lions Club has placed a new kit in the ~ial services begin hour will follow the eveningNuckoils County Hospital for the removal and transportation of eyes donated to the Nebraska Y school at 9:30 whenservices. Lions Eye Bank. Inspecting the kit, from left, are Herbert Atkins, Max Darling, chairman, and Harold Lewis, hospital administrator. More than $550,000 has been raised for the Nebraska Lions Sight "Conservation Fund through Nebraska Lions, Hill-Burton fund, Kresge, University of Nebraska and others for a new medical center which will be built in the near future. The site is at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. The local Club has recently donated $1,600 from money making projects. The annual blind goods sale is also for sight conservation./~ynard ~ car Crispin is also a member of the local committee, but was unable to be present for the_ExpressPicture.Photo ~,,Lynn Cruickshank,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence About 8 a.m. Sept. 13, a 1966 vision of both drivers was ob- driven by David S. Robinson, , voca, Iowa, grand- Daughtery, Lymon, Colo., and Pon.tiac.,^d ')v.en by Kir.k.Youn.g, structed according to the police collided. There was minor at Mr. and Mrs. E.J.Mr. and Mrs. Dwight inao dl ?m eae, iv dV mby "epo . damage to the front bumper of °f uperior, died in an Cruickshank, Siebert, Colo.; _ ,., . tour ept. 14 at 4:33 p.m., a 1967 the pickup and the left front t~l~tal last Wednesday and aunts and uncles, damage .wnen me two cars Ford pickup, driven by Robert quarter panel of the car. t~ t of injuries suffered Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and Mr. comoe~ at ]zm ann uazota. The H. Carte, and a 1963 Pontiac, ~.'|~ Friday night when and Mrs. Richard Fish and ittruck by a car. family were in Lincoln for the s • ,--an had returned from. a services, rtttes d after reporhng t~C,Crossing the street to Police investigate t~creamat adrive-in minor accidents ~ aCCident occurred. ~dborn in Superior to The Superior Police Mrs. Richard Department reports in- Her mother is the vestigating several minorKenneth E. Pierson, 23, who he was charged with passing a waive extradition but ex- rie Shaffer. While accidents the past couple of until recently was a Nuckolls forged check at the Old Oak Inn tradition proceedings have ather was employed weeks. County resident, is being held in Oak. The check, written on begun. 1 ~zuincoln Telephone Last Wednesday, Sept. 19, a by Billings, Mont., authorities the Scroggin and Company It is reported that severn 1967 VW, driven by Janice pending extradition to Nuckolls Bank, was made out to Pierson other similarly forged checks ~,~1 services were Elders, and a 1964 Chevrolet, County. and had the forged signature of were also passed in Nuckolis #¢ orning at St. Mary's driven by Barbara J. Hoskins, Nuckolls County officialsBruce Scroggin. County. The checks were in the ~eh in Lincoln with collided at the intersection of issued an arrest warrant when when arrested he refused to range of $130 to $160 each. Onald Patterson Second and Colorado. Damage ~ oft°thebumperandfr°ntfenderthe northbound Elders Rnhl Co y fa areher mother, car ..erU__ic rm se] s L h ~is Kirby, Avoca, was estimated at $159.00 ick r father, Richard Damage to the right rear fender Lincoln; }f the Hoskins ear, east bound for a ly $94 67 p Edward Allenon Second, was estimated at ppro imate ,'. er acre Itd'~ of Lincoln and $125. ~,D. and Timothy A1972 Cougar, driven by Judy The price of farm land in two and one-half mfles south of William M. Cowle, Helen Cavanaugh, and 1965 Dodge,south central Nebraska and Seandia has about 150 acres as Prince, George O. Cowle, Irma both of Avoca; approximately 10 acres are out O. Await Sanderson and Emery Ann Rauscher ofdriven by Rhonda Utecht, were north central Kansas continues for railroads and roads.Eugene Await. A. H. Kottmeyer Mrs. Steven Hailer damagedahoutl2:15p.m. Sept. to rise. of Lincoln: step- 13 when the two collided at Saturday, a short quarter in Figured on the basis of 150 was the auctioneer. ~_~ohn S. Kirby, Avoca; Third and Bloom. The front of Republic County sold for acres, the farm sold for $946.67 Maxine D. Kirby, the west bound Cougar and$142,000. The second river per acre. The farm was purchased by The land was sold by George Mr. and Mrs. Bob Larvold of andl rentS'shaffer, Superior,Mr" and Dodgeright rearwereOfdamaged.the north hound bottom dry land farm located C. Barleen, attorney-in-fact for Scandia. Census figures continue to drop in all Nuckolls County school districts. Children under one year of age are only 54 percent of those in the 18 year age group. The county now has 1,845 in the five to eighteen total. Ten years from now, by estimating 80 births per year, there will be 1,077 in the five to eighteen year group. We must remember that the figures tested above does not include children who reside in school districts in neighboring counties but are legal residents of Nuckolls County. According to figures prepared by the Nuckolls County Superintendent for all county school districts, there are only 77 children under one-year of age residing in Nuckolls County school districts. County residents who live in districts of neighboring counties are not included. ~ere are 86 in the one-year age group; 98 two-year olds; 87 three-year-olds; 85 four-year- olds; 99 five-year-olds; 114 six- year-olds; 110 seven-year-olds; 107 eight-year-olds; 147 nine- year-olds; 128 ten-year-olds; 162 eleven year-aids; 151 twelve- year-aids; 159 thirteen year- olds; 154 fourteen-year-olds; 167 fifteen-year-olds; 151 sixteen- year-aids; 164 seventeen-year- olds; and 152 eighteen-year- olds. THERE HE GOES! All Republican City could do Friday evening was watch the Ruskin Indians score touchdowns. Ruskin won 62.8, --Express Photo IVAN TROXEL (25) scored 18 points for Hardy last Friday in the game with Burr ~,~ Winslow (20) and Marvin Boyles (21) atterap~ to stop the ball carrier. --Express, J,