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4A THE SUPEftiO} EXPRESS Thursday, November 21, 2002 L-N group attends music workshop Lawrence-Nelson vocal music stu- dents under the direction fo Teresa Christensen attended a day and evening of learning and performing at Harvard High School. More than 200 students from seven Twin Valley Conference Schools sang a variety of numbers to conclude the evening concert. Chuck DeWall, Hast- ings High Schoir director, was the teaching clinician and director of the group performances. Kim Rehtus of Milford was accompanist. Prior to the MASS group numbers, each school contributed an individual offering. These included a song and dance routine, by the Deshler Show choir, a duet from Lisa Ostdiek, and Jill Hubl, Lawrence-Nelson and a cho- ral number by the Red Cloud choir. Lawrence N,! ;e, !iemen are in the backfield of the Garden County Eagles again According to Lawrence-Nelson football coacl GaW DeBoer. the Raiders had a great defen, which kept a high scoring Eagle offense from controlling the ball. ]he defer se allowed only 116 yards of offense for the Eagles and only 4 first downs The Raiders will play the Creighton Bu!ldogs friday at 11 am. at Memorial Stadium, Lincoln. I I II III Cq urthouse News Nuckolls County i i Traffic and Misdenwanor Speedil: ,&apos;,,11,,'', I) l!dwards. Hardy, $75; Michctk I ) Slrcil, (;tilde Rock, $25: Aih, R 1 h% c{, t inlcrprisc, Kan., $75: l)cntfi, R !i,k. t'h U Cen- ter, $75; R,,,c, ] 'lih. () ticn, iowa, $125; Ronnic I) <'l,b:h Superior, $75. Jennitel A. [)a,i. Ncl,m, htilure to give inh)rni;l!i{m it! plopcrly thlln- age accidcnl sccm ?10) Stevcll (?hoar. '  )cr}o, ;tssauh ill Decisions, 1'4 :;i:ia 5185i IDecisions, Motorola V!20 (available in bOck o blue) Decisions Moto ola V60 Stop by and see these )hones and many others including the hard to find Motorola P270c and the StarTAC 7868. Cellular accessories make a great Christmas gift! Shop now and we'll ictivate the plone _just -before Christmas. the third degree, $250. Stacy A. Nickloy, Hardy, expired intransit, $50. Kurt R. Schultz, rim tax defective springs, $25. Dean L. Pedersen, Nelson, defec- tive brakes, $50. Civil Department Credit Bureau Services, Inc. vs. Luella Hiatt, judgment entered. Credit Management Services, Inc., vs. Sharon Tolle and Dan Tolle, judg- ment entered. District Court Cindy C. Hewitt, vs. Joshua G. Hewitt, petition for dissolution of marriage. Real Estate Transfer Roxanne Peters and Terry Lynn Grummert, co-Personal Representative of the estate of Galen G. Grummert, deceased to Richard Hanson, Lots 13 and 14, Block 12, O. T. Superior. Charles B. and Eleanor L. Stiles to Michael Jerry and Lisa AnnKarel, Lot 12, Lillich addition to Superior and W 201.5 feet Lot 1, Alexander addition to O. T. Superior and Part Vacated Mon- tana St. Donald L. and Kandy S. Kohn- Williams to Karen A. and Randy Edmisten, S 100' of Lot W 65' Lot 13, Block 5 Wheeler's first addition to Nelson. Robert Dale and Birdie Marlene Saathoff to Robert Dale and Birdie Marlene Saathoff as co-trustees N 75' of S 100', Lot 7, Block 2, Hunters first addition to Superior. Wilfred H. and Eleanor P. Grummert to Wilfred H. Grummert, Trustee of the Wilfred H. Grummert Trust, NE 1/4 7-2-6. Betty G. Hoelting to Terence Delynn (formerly Hoelting) and James P. Nissen, W 1/2 SW 1/4; 34-4-8; W 1/2 NW 1/4 35-4-8 and W 1/2 SE 1/4 35-4-8. William Sloane to Sunnie and Joshua Hartlett, S 50' Lots 1,2 and 3 N 10' Lots t0, 11 and 12, Block 19. Jacqueline L. Davis f/k/a Jacqueline Lee Wehrman to Deborah A. Larson, G. P. of Wehrman Farms, LL.P. undi- vided I/4 interest to W 1/2 SW 1/4 and W l/2E I/2SW 1/4 20-3-7;W I/2NW 1/4 and W 1/2 E 1/2 NW 1/4 29-3-7, also an undivided I/3 interest to NW 1/4, W 1/2 NE 1/4 and SE 1/4 32-3-6 and undivided 1/3 interest to SW l/4 SW 1/4 33-3-6. James D. and Melissa K. Powers to Margaret L. Reed, Part NW 1/4 15-2- 5. Aurora Plans Addition Preliminary architectural drawings for the addition of 6,500 square feet of new classroom space at the Aurora High School have been approved. It is hoped the addition can be completed prior to the start of the next school year. The first newspaper advertisement appeared in a French newgpaper on Oct. 14, 1612. IT PAYS TO KNOW A LENDER THAT'S a leader in real estate financing. If you're planning to buy land or refinance, your Farm Credit Services of America team of financial specialists can help you better than ever before. Interest rates are as tow as we have experienced in the last 25 years, If you have any term debt and are concerned that interest rates may increase in the future, contact your Farm Credit Services of America financial officer for a quote on a fixed rate. You may be pleasantly surprised. We'll help you buy the land you want. Stop by and visit us or call and we'll visit you 1-800-503-3276. . Farm Credit Services 4America Everything you need to grow, 3532 West Capital Avenue Grand Island, NE 68803 ,dww. fcsamerica.com 6iving thanks with flowers makes a las'ng memory. il Thanks.eivine 15 Thursdag, Nov. 28! Superior Floral Compyan 5th and NationalX. Superior', Nob. 402-879-4014 1-866-879-4014 Ruskin By Lois Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church: Sunday, Evelyn Phillips, pastor. Sunday, 8:30 a.m., Youth choir; 9 a.m., Sunday school and Luther League; 10 a.m., First Holy Communion. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Thanksgiving service with Holy Communion. St. Marks Lutheran Church: Paul Albrecht, pastor; Brian Ketelsen, vicar. Sunday, 9 a.m., communion service; 10:15 a.m, Bible Study; District Youth Convention. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Tues- days, 4-6 p.m., Saturday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Melissa Powers, librarian. The snob's error is to put good taste At the conclusion of a day -long music workshop in Harvard, Nob., over 200 students from seven Twin Valley Conference schools perform a variety of muscial numbers together. , before a good heart.-Joseph Epstein Danish Brotherhood Lodge met at the Party Room Nov. 9, a cooperative supper was held preceding the busi- ness meeting. Hosts were Willard and Glennis McCutcheon and Gerry Peterson. The Christmas meeting will be Dec. 6. Ladies of St. Mark met at the church to make LWR quilts. Donna Hansen visited her mother, Wilton Davidson, Hebron. Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Kenneth and Donna Hansen were Laverue and Loyce War- ren, Superior. The couples went for a country drive and cafe supper. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Andersen, Lovell, Wyo., were afternoon guests in the Rolland Franzen home. Mr. and Mrs. Franzen visited William Andersen, Sr., Superior, and also at- tended the benefit for Elsie Andersen at the Nazarene Church, Superior. Angle Puelz, Josie and Joshua, Lin- coln, Neb., were overnight guests of her parents, Ed and Brenda Schoofand coffee guests of her grandmother, Fern Schoof. Hunters staying the week in the Donald Brandt home were Darrell and Nancy Bran&, Gifford, I11.; David Peele, Forrest Tigg and Carol Lynch, all of Goldboro, N.C. Mildred Drohman, Deshler, was honored with a family dinner at a York cafe for her Nov.12, 91st birthday. Attending were Jerry and Carolyn Drohman, Nelson; Marvin and Lorene Drohman, Hebron; Duane and Bonnie Piepho, Brighton, Colo.; Steve and Connie Drohman, Deshler; Duane Drohman and Dick and Thelma Landers. The Piephos, who were visit- ing relatives in the area, and Mildred Drohman were Sunday guests of the Landers. Michael Thayer, Kearney, was a weekend guest of his parents, Mervin and Ramona Thayer; Kathy Ross, Ethan and Colin were Sunday after- noon visitors. Bethany Women of the ELCA met in afternoon and evening circle for Bible Study entitled "Seeing and Be- lieving," based on John 9. Devotions were given, offering received and re- freshments served. St. Mark' s LWML met Wednesday evening at the church. President Kathy Kniep presided, l_Anda Kleen gave de- votions. A business meeting was held and 13 care packages were prepared for college students. Pastor Albrecht presented the topic based on 2 Kings. Ronald and Lois Lewis were in Lexington Monday evening Nov. 11 to attend Sandoz Elementary student body's presentation of "A Tribute to America." Their granddaughter, Sally Homan, was a participant. Pauline Franzen hosted the "Round About Rus kin" club at her home Thurs- day evening. The women worked on lap robes for residents of Parkview Haven, Deshler. The hostess served pumpkin dessert and coffee at the close of the eveninm Claris Samsula hosted tle Ladies' Afternoon Pinochle club at the cafe. Marietta Free and her sister, Fern Schoof, hosted the Friday coffee at the local cafe tbr Marietta' s birthday. Mrs. Free hosted a supper Saturday evening at a Nelson cafe. Attending were Larry and Dorcas Judy, Lori Judy, Brian and Kim Judy and family and Charlotte Christensen. Sunday, Dorcas,Marietta and Charlotte met Renae and Lori Judy in Lincoln and attended church at Southwood Lutheramhad dinner at a cafe and attended Cabaret at the Leid Center in the afternoon. 2 high schools will present joint drama production The Lawrence-NelsonHigh School drama students are teaming with the students at Sandy Creek to present an evening of one-act plays. Students in both schools have been preparing for the Twin Valley Conference drama competition and district level tourna- ment and will be jointly presenting their entries Sunday. The L-N students will present "The Lost Elevator." Sandy Creek students will present "The History of Tom Jones. The two plays will presented at the Nelson school beginning at 7 p.m. The Lawrence-Nelson cast included Andrew Pohlmeier, Jeff Peper, Emily Rumsey, Lisa Ostdiek, Logan Schnitker, Teresa Kathman, Sarah Schroer, Renee Faimon, Kelsey Rumsey, Jennifer Melton, and Anne Laughlin. Crew members are Kim Faimon, Tori Wehrman, Amber Hutchinson, Kelli Kohmetscher, Michael Porter, Nik Statz and Stacey Worman. Freedom lasted only 20 minutes Two Jefferson County jail inmates Tuesday morning but their taste of freedom was short. They were cap- tured within 20 minutes. Ty Sulivan, 23, and Michael Jacobitz, 22, overpowered a jailer, ob- tained the jailer's car keys and left in the jailer's vehicles. Both were await- ing sentencing on burglary charges. The Fairbury Journal-News reports the two detained the female jailer but did not injure her. She ]'reed herself and sounded the alarm. When the suspects vehicle at- tempted to pass a marked patrol ve- hicle Deputy Nels Sorensen used his vehicle as a rolling roadblock. It was struck by suspects' vehicle. The stolen vehicle then went into the ditch and the two escapees attempted to flee. The 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe patrol unit received damage to the right rear. The stolen 1994 Mazada sustained front end damage. The two suspects are now jailed at Lincoln. Owners retiring, will close feedlot After nearly 37 years of business Fairfield's T-Bone Feedlot is closing. The lot has been operated by Warren and Evelyn Mitchell. The Mitchells will be retiring. They had been associ- ated with the commercial lot since 1976. The Mitchells said it is becoming more difficult for small lots like theirs to compete. The meat packing compa- nies prefer dealing with larger lots and often contract for a set number animals per day. Last year T-Bone did $1.9 million in business. In an average year the lot fed 500,000 bushels of corn and 5,000 tons of hay. 0 PEN HO US E at Superior Good Samaritan Center 1710 Idaho Superior, Neb. SUNDAY, DEC. 1 FFA Member of the Month The Superior FFA Chapter has selected their November member of the month. This month's recipient is Kris Barge& daughter of Steve and Dixie Bargen of Superior. Kris is a Freshman at Superior High School. Her Superior Agriculture Education consists of working at Bargen Farms. i Kris helped with the Jared Shroyer benefit supper this month and participated in the Chapter's Fruit and Cheese Sales. She was a member of the National Poultry Judging Team that competed ir Louisville, Ky., at the National FFA Convention. Kris earned a Bronze medal. She competed at the District 8 Ag-Ed Livestock Judging Contest in Kearney this month and received a red ribbon. She is an Agricultural Education Honor Roll student. She is currently enrolled in the Superior High School Ag Education I class. This Freshman serves on the Cooperation Committee. Her hobbies include time with friends and pets, listening to music and talking on the intemet. She plans to continue her education at a post-secondary school after graduation. Congratulations Kfs/ First winners drawn in Superior : Bucks contest The first in a series of Bucks drawings planned by the rior Chamber of Commerce the Christmas was which .may be spent rior stores were Guide Rock, Holly Hansen, Neb., Kim Judy, Superior, Relph, Haigler. Sandra Holling, rior, received 100 of the buck Another drawing day. The winners reg" ping in Superior stores. The next issue of The press will contah as the merchants prepare for the tional opening of the ChristmaS day shopping season on 25. Stores will be openmg closing later that day special prices and g The next issue of The press will be printed on permit mail delivery to subscribers prior to the holiday. Accidents Vehicles driven by and Donna McCord, both collided at 156 North Nelson, when sun glare blinded Brykit as he attem turn out of an alley Street. According to County SherifFs re fender of the Byrkit McCord'sutility ter panel. The accident 16 at 8:40 a.m. n 5d Nov 6, at 6'10 p.m., Shar.vel Nelson "was west boutd f l'i road one half mile eas -lllf When she drove over a snll, van. several black cattle were in tlae '""- " rw,,< W0 of the road. The vehicle strUCkt  the critters. One came up over,, - of the vehicle. Damages w" mated at more than Oct. 31, Frank M. Riverton, was east bound ( 8 a little more than 10 Superior, when he hit an icy: lost control of S-10 pick driving. ditch and hit an estimates were more than Tree removal, Trirr , /im pRemva, , FleasonabJe], ') <jr again. I Thank,.00,00, ,,_,,da, t, I scott Wroughton, d,e, 's Thanks for your generosity and time. be able to help establish more habitatS was. i  _ .toll i Phone Nuekolls Courtt!/ r00EASArZrs Chapter On behalf of the Nuekolls County Ph, e=efy" Forever Chapter, we would like to thaW'., 'Ril; one from NuekoHs County and the surrwe i t , . " - area for donating to our annual banqU. _ sell. buying ads, donating gifts, for our auctW it 11 mg the tiekets or helping m any way get,ss it together. This, all in all, made t the su