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8 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 8, 1973 CAST OF DAVENPORT SENIOR PLAY. The senior class of Davenport High School will present "They Run In Our Family," Saturday, Nov. 17. at 8 p.m. at the Davenport High School Gymnasium. Members of the cast, from left, are Mike Jensby, Rod Tegtmeier, Douglas Voigt, Sherry Heinrichs, Karen Reinke, Bob Bergt, Tim Lowery, Beverly Thompson, Barton Williams and Chris Zabel. Try to imagine the head of a completely sports-minded family, who is also the coach of the Central High Frogs. The coach's team has lost 25 football games in a row and are facing their 20-year rival. Displaying the poise and desire of an outstanding volleyball team, Davenport's Tigers rampaged through the Pioneer Conference Volleyball Tournament by disposing of previously unbeaten Bruning Thursday night in the cham- pionship game. The 15-12 mad 15-13 victory games against the Bears marked one of the greatest comebacks in recent tour- nament history. Trailing 1-10 and 1-7 in the two games, the Tigers stormed back to win their first Pioneer Tournament title ever. Earlier in the evening Coach Don Noyes' troop had ended a frustrating domination by Shicldey over his team the past few years. Wins of 15-4 and 15-9 over the Longhorns brought sweet revenge for the Tigers' loss to the same team a month ago. Shickley showed they still were a fine team by capturing the third place trophy over Chester-Hubbell. Despite a rather meager following, Davenport impressed the fans with a combination of good sets and a mixture of spikes and bumps. Adding to their laurels was a tie for first place in the West Division, Shickley and Chester- Hubbell, two All-Conference picks and one honorable mention. Chris Zabel and Darla Van SLiver landed on the top team with Peggy Miller a strong second teamer. Remaining Tiger starters Brenda Bates, Leslie Crockett and Janet Culbertson and substitute Joanne Karnatz gave notice that the balloters could - " Hfl i i t ,,,,, Abstracts Rhoads Secretarial Building Phone 879-4341 436 Com mercia I Superior, Neb. i itt Ut t,tt, tt t t top the have included more of the champions on the all-star team. Team togetherness was a big factor in the win. Only a home contest with Friend remains before the all- important District Tourney at Nelson. Davenport Girl Scout fund drive is this month The Davenport Neighborhood of the We-So-Braska Council of Girl Scouts is always very appreciative of any help given to them during their annual fund drive. Again they are asking your support. Most of the money secured from the fund drive goes to the Council office in Hastings and then is returned to the local neighborhood in the various forms of help to the troop leaders and council members. For instance, each leader is provided a leader's notebook and handbook free of charge. They also receive monthly mailings from the Hastings office given news of what other troops are doing and ideas which many times are valuable to our local leaders in planning a good program for our scouts. The We-So-Braska Council hires three full time staff members; an executive e director, a field advisor and a secretary. The field advisor has made several trips to Daven- port to meet with leaders to discuss any problems, bring materials, and to give assistance. Training meetings are also made available during the year for troop leaders. All of these services require money to sustain them and the local fund drives are the way this money is secured. Many persons are disappointed when they are told the money doesn't stay with our local unit but through the service to the leaders, the money certainly does come back. So once again we are asking your help in November. It is hoped the girls can show their appreciation by doing service projects for the community and by growing into responsible citizens. Davenport School News Davenport Calendar Nov. 9-- ay Center, football, there. Nov. 14--Football playoffs at Meridian. Nov. 13-16---Dist rict Volleyball tournament at Nelson. Nov. 17--Senior class play. The Davenport Varsity e m Cheerleaders have joined the fight to help Muscular Dystrophy. The Pep Club voted to help them. The cheerleaders National Rally against Muscular Dystrophy, takes place only during Nov. 12-24: They will be selling a giant three and one-half MD Rally Button for a dollar. Please help win this battle. Real Estate Transfers lena S. Schiermeyer to Lena S. Schiermeyer; Lot 4 and W Lot 5, Block 20, O. T. Nelson. E. B. and Ona Jantz to Michael L., and Marilyn R. Nissen; Lot 3, Block 22, East Superior. ' Oscar and Etta Hansen to City of Superior; Part SE /4 SWl/4, 20-1-6. Oscar and Etta Hansen to City of Superior; Part NEV4NWI/4, 29-1-6. Clarence H. and Margaret Simonsen to City of Superior; Part NEV4NWV4, 29-1-6. Mitchell B. and Kathryn L. Woerner to City of Superior; Part NEV4NEV4, 25+7. Marlys and Calvin Thelander to Allan D. and Karen L. Sole; Lots 7 and 8, Block 2, Lincoln Land Company's addition to Nelson. C. R. and Marie Messersmith to James Henry and Shirley Nadeen Bauer; LOt 4 and S Lot 3, Block 2, North Superior. Anna K. Moffett to Lester H. E. and Virginia A. Schleufer; Lot 12, Block 28, North Superior. Clayton D. Moss, et. al. to Herbert and Mildred Jensen; Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7, Block 4, Wheeler's First addition to Nelson. Robert and Bonnie Eggers to W. E. and Lena Galloway; Part Outlots 8 and9, First Addition to Ruskin. District Court Judy A. Chandler vs. Kenneth R. Chandler; reciprocal non- support. Estate of Edward Venhaus, deceased: decree determining heirship. Estate of Bernard Venhaus, deceased; decree of determing heirship. Estate of Harry Jensen, deceased; final decree, two receipts from county treasurer, discharge of executor. Estate of Vernard C. Graham, deceased; petition for determination of inheritance tax, order appointing special county attorney. Small Claims Court Lee's Champlin Service vs. Don Strine; suit on account. Mr. and Mrs. James Grisham vs. Wesley Cassens; suit on account. Lee's Champlin Service vs. David Wilson; suit on account. Slusher Furniture Co., vs. Mrs. Wilford Stineman; suit on account. Lee's Champlin Service vs. Tom Joy; suit on account. Civil Department A. B. Bohling vs. Louie Worden; suit on note. Nuckolls County Hospital vs. George Judy; suit on account. Superior Traffic Court State vs. James Patterson; assault, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Jerald E. File; reckless driving, $25.00 and costs. Traffic Court State vs. Jon R. Ayers; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Craig L. Follmer; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Claude Allen Rollins; evading the fuel tax, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Joel J. Troyer; speeding, $35.00 and costs. State vs. William H. Johnson; speeding, $35.00 and costs. State vs. Gary L. Dennis; speeding $25.00 and costs. State vs. Steven E. Grum- mert; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Michael E. Pearce; $15.00 and costs. State vs. Elinor Johnson; $15.00 and costs. State vs. George A. Lemke; Luella Jean Mclntosh vs. William Leonard Mclntosh" $15.00 and costs. ' State vs. Gregory A. petition for dissolution of Prenosil; $10.00 and costs. marriage. Schott Oil Company vs. Robert L. and Elizabeth Howe; transcript of judgment. In County Court Probate Department Estate of Marie M. Boehm, deceased; receipt from county treasurer. Estate of Emma Reiman, deceased; decree of probate, certificate of probate of will, bond and oath, letters testamentary order filing claims and paying debts, hearing Feb. 21, 1974, at 2 p.m. Estate of Elmer Venhaus. deceased; decree determining heirship. ..k ....-..~ ~, x, Webber By Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. Ron Konvalin made a business trip to Hastings Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herr- mann and Mrs. Star Vale at- tended the Shrine Ladies' Day at Salina Saturday. Mrs. John Osborne was a guest at a family birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel in Superior How can the dollar have so many enemies when we thought it was buying us friends? Advertising is the fine art of making you think you have longed for something all your life that you never heard of before. II I Sunday, in honor of Clair Osborne's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bothwell of Toppenish, Wash., was a lunch- eon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ross Tuesday. Verlan Broyles was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Intermill at Jewell. Friday being the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin and Joe's birth- day, their daughter, Mrs. Hillard Johnson, fixed lunch for the family and took it to the Konvalin home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson received a phone call from their son, John, in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Graham and family of Bennington visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell Sunday. They took Mr. and Mrs. Russell to Mankato for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and family of Republic were dinner guests of Mrs. John Osborne Friday evening. Fred Ross took his sister, Mrs. Esther Hammer, to her home in Norway, Kan., Friday. Mrs. Hammer had been a guest of Mrs. Anna R. Graham since Monday. The Prayer Group of the Webber Church Women's Society met with Mrs. Eleanor Crispin Wednesday. There were eight members present. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. Violet Graham, and Mrs. Anna Graham were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Crispin Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Katherineberg of Salina, Mrs. Eynner Anderson, Mrs. Jim Butler and Mrs. DOn WiUett of Superior, Rev. Loren Silsby of Republic, Mrs. O. R. Cun- ningham and Mrs. John Osborne called on Mrs. Joe Konvalin during the past week. Part Time Jobs - We Will Tram Good Pay-Retirement-Learn A Trade Stop In or Call The National Guard Armory MANHATTAN $39-0241 CLAY CENTER 632-2866 SALINA 827-1702 SALINA 827-1788 MANKATO 378-3181 CONCORDIA 243-1153 ABILENE 263-1822 BELOIT 738-2451 Write To: National Guard Engineers Box 9, Manhaflan, KS 66502 ARMY GUARD ENGINEERS [ II I I I I I I I I I I II of Account ttl I I I i I II Passbook 5.25% 90-day Notice Account of Deposit Rate 90 days $1,000.00 1 year 1,000.00 6.50% yeors 5,000.00 6.50% 30 months A substantial Interest Penalty is II I III II I I 5,000.00 required for early withdrawal Illll Has been serving the Superior Area since 1888 BUILDING J NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER APPLIANCES: (one KITCHEN EXHAUST HOOD, Island Type 24" High, 30" Wide, 24" Deep, Avocado, $161.00 Value .................................................. EYE LEVEL OVEN, ELECTRIC Wall Hung, Used 12 Hours, As Demonstrator, Glass Door, Use As Added Oven in Kitchen, Bar, $209.00 Value. @ NOW ONLY ................ ~) Universal Stainless Steel DISHWASHER, Built-In, Front, Top Quality, New Close-Out, $329.00 Value, NOW ONLY ................................ SUSPENDED CEILIN "STON E FACE" Ceiling Panels, 2'xg Tough Textured Fini A $2.56 NOW .............. 2x4" NON-CLIMBABLE FENCING, 100' ROLL 36" High, Welded Joints, PER ROLL .......................... 48" High, Welded Joints, PER ROLL .......................... 36" "High, Tied Joints, PER ROLL ............................... Dripless White Latex Wall Paint, NOW ONL ;Glidden White Latex Wall Paint, NOW Spred Satin Best Quality Latex Wall Paint, White, Colors, TinT= NOW ONLY.. ANTIQUE KITS ALKYD TYPE, close-out kits, $4.95 Value, Close ALKYD BASE , $2.00 Value, Close .... GARAGE DOORS 9'x7' FIBERGLASS Overhead Garage Doors, S White, NEW LOW PRICE AT ONLY ................. -- FORMICA- All Genuine Formica Counter Topping in Stock Now Reduced To One Low Price .................. Sq. Ft, LOWER PRICES ON ALL PLYWOOD, ~/=" AC Exterior Sanded, NOW .................................... 3/,,, BC' Exterior Sanded, NOW ................................. " 3/4" CD Exterior Sheathing, NOW ............................... ' Per 4'x8' Sheet ~FLOOR COVERING G.A.F. A-1 Shiny Vinyl Floor Covering, 6' Wide, A Regular $5.49 Value, NOW PER SQ. YD ...... . ....................... G.A.F. Regency Heavy Vinyl Floor Covering, 6' Wide, A $6.20 Value, NOW PER SQ. YD ............................ ;BESTOS TILE 12x12"' Regular Vinyl-Asbestos Tile, Close OUt these 27c Value 12x12" Self-Stick Vinyl Asbestos Tile, Close Out These 37c Values At ....................... POWER TOOLS V~" Drill .................... $8.99 Vd' H.D. Drill Var. Speed ............... $24.99 %" Drill ................... $12.99 %" Var. Speed .......... $17.99 %" H.D. Drill ............ $29.99 V2" Drill ......... $1~.~ Jigsaw .................... $14.99 VB. Sander .... $17.99 7%" Power Saw, SPECIAL AT $29.99 "SPICE ....................................... $4.29 "RIO GRANDE LEATHER". .............. $6.89 "GOLD RUSH" SERIES ................ . .......... $4.99 per BIRCHES-ANTIQUE AND NATURAL ..................... NOTE: Some Quantities Limited to Stock on Hand.Shop and 2nd and Central Streets Superior,