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[~|. "If . |~, ~r , . . Kan., visited her sister, Mrs. Pohlmeier; overcrowding, Thursday, November 29, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A y " , IBL" ~/~f'fl! f~,l ~(tJ Y~ Paul Rathbun, a few days this $1000 and costs ~-- _ ~-f-----f--~-=. --~. -- , r,,~ L~Ur~.~t4..~ ~. ,f t..vt/,, , • • • , week• S'tate vs. "Timothy S. ~ p[ cmung, and get a written ,mary,1. ~L " Ruth and Waldon. Rathbun. Downing;.,,, o=,, ,,,,inad~uate__.,= ,, ...,,.,,..muffler, • PROUDLY ANNOUNCES"- '" SPONSORSHIpc°ntract for the sale. J~rs Homer Seefeld Mr• and Mrs. Elmer An- spent Thursday m Nelson wRh $10.00 and costs. Local landowners w~th ~Y [~d Mrs ;"h" S ..... ;.. derson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller. State vs Lerov V Paustian. _ ............... potential cottonwood sales ,- • ,,,, - ~-,,r~,- . " ~ " ' ,y uarrel u..osle cutting areas in recent weeks when soiling timver ot any Other members of the Mrs• Ruby Calahan. .... Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbunspeeding.. $15.00 and costs. • sas . ........... . . . may contact the county ex- " I~°~ the Harnl,-I I" ..... t.. and Hmdi were Sunday dinner State vs Garv W Meyer. The ~[emand for Kan by Kansas State Forestry .zmd, me.seller snoma spec,ty tensmn office and arrange a ~[&ma~,, f~,~ o h,=lo,oa ] ~ . __ ! ~uests of Mr and Mrs Btll s,~,~=~,,, tl.~ nn ~,a ,,n~t, Cottonwood Umcer m at . personnel naB mcUcatedseveral me trees to oe cut, get a good schedule with the area ex- --....j ............ . • . " ~ .... z, ................... ivit " • • a~,,~ l uak Church [ Gratopp m Superior. gt~t,~ ~ r~n n,,,,n ,...t. all-tlme hlgh. Lo...ggm.g act_ y problen?s.. ,!,mate of the volume to be tension forester for marketmg ~ ~.~ =? --":'.';-" • __I ~r_ I M r and Mrs Tom Mason ..-.7"~ "~ -7-.'."".7"" .~" ..... has spreaa rapimy mrougnout1. Omy snout five percent of cut, negotiate a satisfactory information and assistance ~of'~]~ lvtrs. A!oert. Anrens [ ~N ews [ Philiip and Amy of Aurora ~etcen, .free .~ozcs, ~erry the state in the past six months, the landowners are sellingprice, get payment in advance before a hasty deal le attenaea me gun ~mng, ~enny ~.rlger, m)cKy ' 'n ' " " ,- ~u . visited Wednesda., evenin" and ...... Most of the new logging i - timber under a written contract ~ _ ived ~.borne Kan., Sunuay Sunda,, school hour 9"30 a m ~ s rtenz ann James hmep ............... ; ..... "~- "e ................. • . : . , • ". • Thursday at the Paul Rathbun • • tcrc+t i;~ ~)v~::latlll~ ttil~.m:;l t41 Ul ~:~lll~llt. fills Is a oau ~'*'~d Mrs. Bdl Ferguson Supenntendent, Victor Schmitt. home disturbing the peace, $70.00 and sponsorship of large paper-pulp business practice. Sales of ! d t~anksgiving guests in the Morning worship, 10:30 a.m.; Earlene Nelson and ~'--'ni'- co~ts. ...... companies in the gulf states standing timber must be in I :el~tirummert nome at evening service, 7.30nm ..... zaze VS. Jacg wesley ...... ", writin..tobee_~ .... .~ V~l~tn~ An I h~l~J~T ,~. YJ ..... ". ,-" :'=. L~ece ol n.ansas t:iw and Mrs ~to.,t,--,o. ,h.;.,~.... t,’, ,,;,~.. ^~ tnvestlgatlons o, several s mu,~-u. I U U ~.. L ~,d~k.~ • ~ I ttural MiSSionaries, MisSes . . • o.u ,,, 2 Landowners .. vv .,, ,,.-- .. ..wv. ,- -- Its "in d other • . Mama Kleckner of Supertor • have been lm'Tltanna Judy 30 e Rena Oudm~ and Kay Hmk~ ....... the road, $25.00 and costs. ’~f'’~ n~w’ sellinu m~ir ,.n,,,,,,~,,a ,, o, • i~ of her family for ° ~ "-" were guests ~unaay ot Mr. ann State v.~ Rnhert E Williams. - ........ ---'° -'-7 "": ........ T " ~- ,= ,. J -- ,,,.= ., ~ ~... ' • . - Mrs Ra mond Leece ............ ' . . . average rate of 75 cents to $I sPP~Igivlng m the home of :- -_ ......... • Y • over the center line, $10 00 and Winter seeding Ume m here. lf .... ..~ ........... ~~V~ rn rJ~l~ , '~Mrs EarlSchoof Mrs __ -_~. ............ Mr. andMrs. ArnoldHeitman costs " you intend to seed warm season ~ ~u,u~ut u~eynaveno laea • E~N~ ~ mm EV i~U~ ]~s- brother, Kenneth I/I# ll~,~t • 7"~ .... and family were dinner guests State vs Jerry L Miller; native grasses this winter, the ~e;n~;;;e ~al quan!~ is on V • " - • • • nseouenuv mev d~ of Kansas City joined L&g,I,I~,.~V ~' ~,~q[,~Sunday of Mrs. Bernice Shafer snt=s~n’~ $25 00 and costsground temperature is now mw - " -- --. . - - - - -- - in Su rior r-~--- o, • • . nave no souna oasis toy Knowing ~ the evenmg. By Mrs. Ella Summers pe . State vs. Charles E. Dusek, enoul~h, so you!~, seed will not if the rmvm~,,,= ,-oo~=:-.--= .............. t,~d Mrs. Harold An- The two inch rain last Mondav __ - : jr.; first count, overweight on germmate until next spring, fairvai'ue." ........... ,v~u m ~, ~,nowmg aDOUT Tnlngs ItKe ~ and family were night and the snow Tuesday IILlll il'JlllLql,q F,v l axles, $77.00, second count, Remember for best results you- " lransplants iswhat a .."x/~.'.'.'.'.'.'.~Pyovernight guests of his really nut a damn~-r on corn ....... - - - I overweight on axles, $50.00 and would want to seed into a good 3. Some landowners are professional funeral director Mr. and Mrs. Harryharvest'ing "" - ~--~=-- --:~-:-~--=-- -- third count, overweight oncover crop of unharvested milo getting paid for pulpwood is allabout. ~,at Stromsburg. They Mr. and" Mrs. Darrell Reed Real Estate Transfers carrying capacity, $100.00 and or sudan, .p~ in for a cover crop while large quantities of ,,1~1 the wedding of her were Thanks~ivina dinner Jerome and Bett,, .~t, ..... costs, arvestea milo stunme, sawlogs, veneer bolts, and ~n Aurora Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ceph toJoeS, and Mary Pallas; Lot 6 Statevs. Sea!C. D anehey;no __ Fuel Saver . _ . matchwood bolts are being ~ and were Sunoay Wilde in Superior. and S½, Block 7, First Addition inspection sticker, $10.00 and . "lr~f~s pl.antea as awmal~reag taken. Pulpwood is measured im ~rt • OOR""TO~S .... Lguests of her father, Mr. and Mrs Larry Kendall to Lawrence costs, toy tarmsteaas or home sites by cord. Approximately two ~J[e~r~"j~ wA~"N~ ~a~u~ • " . • . , ~ .............. ]~terson, near Marquette. and Krlstin of Fort Collins, Farmers State Bank to State vs. Leslie S~tt Landis; are one of the ..b~.t natural fuel cords of wood equal 1,000 board JOHN PRICE • ., ., .............. # -. s 15,00 ann costs save~ you come nave A nomefeet of sawlo s .At.S1 r cord AS$OCIATlffi ~ 11"outt of San uiego, Cold visited several da~,s this Richo,.~ r~ ~,d r~,.,,~t,, z. peeding, $ . . g. pe , ~ ~ ]rffi r~'rived Wednesday to week with her parents, Mr and Scrinter Lotll Block22 North Statevs. KeanethL. Caswell; that. is protected by a good the seller m recewmg $2.00 pereunerm J~o~e MAYNAROCRISPiN lqu~ the Thanksgiving Mrs. MyronIntermill. Mr. and Su~r~ior. ' ' s_p_eeding, Sl.5;5.00 .and costs, m~elt~llLCfamnluse up.to. 40 thousand board,f.eet. Regular -=mmT=~-~_ ~..B.~--..L with her parents, Mr. Mrs Wade Kuhlman and Robert L and Mae E FrasierState vs. rtoyu t~. t,ocgnart; percen ue toy neat mancottonwoou sawumver markets .__ =..,=~l~r~ ",.I1~, |lira. j. E. Troutt. Josenh and Saar~ IW=,',~ill ,,f to ~ r~='~;o ,...,~ ~.L.-.;.. ~ speeding, $25.00 and costs, one that has no protection, in Kansas ranges from $15 =J,~vmg Day they were Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson; Part SW½ NWV, 36+ State vs. M~cnael R. .yo. eeaagooawmaoreaK upward to $30 per thousand ~~~'~,.=~,~k... ='J[ of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wendell Intermill and Mr and 7 ' Buschow; first count, overgross ma~e plans now to plant trees board feet where pulp-wood is ~ Ill | ~._~_qJ[~~ n.oee~0ther guests were Mr. Mrs Leslie Erickson "and "E Dennis and Jessie M two axles, $87.00, second count, ~is s~'.~.. You should locate not being cut. ,~11~1 _ _ J.~-'~. Roy Penninger, Mr. famflvandM~ .~,41e~-t~m t~,tn~=,,o,.n o,~o^,~,= overgross two axles, $97.00 and me area ~at would best provide ~~]l|ll[iJ~N~/~L. " Jack Smith, Jay, were Thanks vin Dav at the G Rume,-,. psrt third count, overcapacity wind protection to your home 4. Many landowner a :e -- -"' " -_ orY.|.Jerri and Jackie, Sue Intermill home =~ ~ :~-1-7 "~ ................plates, $72.00 and costs, and farmstead and then surprised to find their cot- ~ _ ~ := ' Cindy Schmeiclde and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen Alma Youngs, executrix, to . prepare the ground so it will tonwood has market value so "= ~N~,~wart, all of Cozad; were Sunday evening supperBig L. and Melba J. Lynch;Rites Saturday s .re they issellLatthek f'rtlr~:..cO~e,=,.~’ S0’OMMERCIAL UPIER R NEB ASKA was also a tareweuguesm of Mr and Mrs Tom N NWV, and NE -3-6 .mt©,-mm e~=y=,prmS =.u uv a ,,. -.-’,= ,=,, ,-~,, -,,- ,~,,,-~ ,,- " r;.) ............ • • ½ ~ v,, 27 . for Mrs. Eyre ~..~ r....~ . ~ .... ~ . ..... th°. lo.&ttmm-~ m.== Alto Serving Harav. Ru~in. Web, r. Burr O,k. mr. Mr. an(] Mrs, 3mira Mcheown. Alma Youngs to Bill L. and " es for a life-" ~u~. ,..= wt;~;u..~.o~ tv =-~N .................... Byron, Nora, Oak [ tlt who are moving to Mr a.d wolth .dad , , .--..t. .... Funeral serwc .... plant trees m thm coming not being paid the full agreed • = ,- .... - __ _ • ...................... -,. time resident Mrs ,June ,'sv,.e ----.-- --,^^ I~ Ariz., r rmay. MeKeown, Dan Dwayne 6 ..... :' .. :L_ _., .,-o, .lxu~. pz,~’. t~ '.. .' ' " try, Wlll De nela ~tu.iroay ai- Led Mrs. Larry Seefeld Lynette and Susan tamed other In The Dis'~ct C"'"* .............. ~ey were Wednesday relatives at the R "~V Russell ~oth n ~,,,~,"~,= w"~U~o.,, ~ v~moon at z o mocx ~om me ~ht and Thanksgiving home in M,,.t~o,n fn,. u^~o ~;.0 v,.;... ~., ......~.= First Umted Presbyter an ! • ~ .......................................... ms= e died L ests in the Homer Thanksgiving dinner m.ante(L Church. Mrs. Zyr • q ll EEm n E nEalm l Llm Pl IIB I r ome. The Allan So e Diane Heitman of Lincoln u r,o.=..,. Tuesday at the Gnod Samaritan • 1 II=llF 3 )LBIp'FIl l Jl klNJ liMll: kL.LBI 1 ~... jomea them spent several days this week W. Deuel; dissolution of ~'~---'-"" ~ w~...,, . ~f ~ 0f ving Day. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. marriage granted, mrs. yre was a memDe ,~; [L~d Mrs. Albert Al~.r.ens Erich Het tman, and Kenneth. In The County Court the Presbyterian Church_, II n II ', g,~le were Tnanzsg]vmgMr. and Mrs. Curt Bechtel, Probate Department .~upe~or, was_a..rural scnoo~ ~ tEUests in the Farmer Brian and Beth of Maize, Kan, Estate of John M Sutlivnn umc.nerm~ucgotmuoumyana II fltlW qPUl ' • • home. Mr. and Mrs. visited from Wednesday deceased; bond and" oa~.. i'~" was-also named Mother of the ~ ur u nr- m tJl' ~an joined them in the evening until Sunday at the ters of administration, order on Y e~w for taking ~ of..four ~ -- II iO ~ a,~n,d Vivian Virchow Paul Rathbun home. filing claims and paying debts, pmio victims at Hastings • ----. • ..--. • .all _ I ~" ]lOPper guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin hearing March 14, 1974, at 2 Cortege. .. m --I ,- r -..=.-= A a -" A m I/m | land Mrs. Vern Hut- entertained 46 relatives at their nm nerhusband, John, preconea • m m "ll / "llr-H mmHl mm Lm l! ll Wrap • E~spent Thanksgiving annual Thanksgiving dinner~"F.stateofPeterB. Cope;flnal h er~de.a.th.Hewas.along-time I ~lr~l~~ .~~~ nv~n~v ~vvm ~v I ,V ~ their son, Paul, and Thursday. decree, macum~= m ~upermr...._ • .... v n ' Su r urvtvors are seven cnum en ; pe "o. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Frmn and Estate of Fred Janssen; ....... )r ~IM1-s. Diek Sutton and family of Omaha visited from deceased; final decree, mrs.. r'ra.ncis .wmmey. o z ~ ~.,,~.,,.,, 41,,,,. D,,,,,~|,~ |,,,~ ~=,~;,,~F II # J[~ were Sunday dinner Wednesday evening until Estate of Maude Nichoison, m.,l~=rmr,_mrs..ttn..eva tt~.rc- ~ ~t~l~lU IkU [~q~UUl III Olidl~dl~I Ilk, Pl I of Mr and Mrs Dee " .. son ot uuona vmta, tam.; . • Sunday with her parents, Mr. deceased; petmon for deter- m mUwauk,, Wi c _ n • and Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mr. ruination of inheritance tax, """~" ............ , _~.~VolfeofFairield andand Mrs Alvin Webber of voluntary annearance and -l~L~'P'J'K°~--n-tz-(-F~-Oren-~.)°f ! LEARN HOW THIS PROGRAM CAN HELP YOU: I ff ~ Mrs. Rodney Peterson Glasco ~)'ined them Saturday waiver of ~ce order for I~s.Alamos, N.M,?Mr~-- _L~t~_, • ........ w~be • . l~aI'Der ol umana, ~wm ot [~ekend guests m the and Sunday. hearmg, order assessing s.t,l~.,a w .... a Um !~! B Oovelop gr~ff-’o~ldence and cour.ge. Develop more enth~ |ncre~sey uo r ~illty tO sol! your I rete n me Mr and " • • "" ............ eterso ho • . • Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and inheritance tax. t)^, .... nf &lliant.e • "- ideas, services or products, n udt " ined, them " "-~='=';" ~'~''"'~" ...... ' 3 ~J~ Tro ]o family were guests of Ella Civil Department ~.~k m .,,.~,.a,,t,n,~,~ ~=ot • Improve your human relations skills and ability to motivate and vening. Summers Thanksgiving Day. Credit Bureau of Hastinas, " .... ;. ....... • Inspire people. C~n i~ constructively. II o ranocmlaren anu otner '- " ]~gi'ving guests of Mr: Bobby Healey stayed untilInc., vs. Robert G. Kleinsasser; a2ti._, I ............. . | ]~. Bruce Scroggin ann Friday. suit on aecotmt. "~:'~ ~,,~, ~ ~Uo*~ will • Speak more e~h~:tively I~fore groups and in private conversation. S~ts in conferen’.esr 4~slness n were Mrs. Edith Albert HeRman of Byron, and Credit Bureau of Ha~tings VS. ~n,~tatm ",,t ,ho --d • Learn to thick a~l Sl~mk en your fqmt. meetings and other group meetings, n l a.) Mr: and Mrs. Leonara Mr. and Mrs. Steven HeRman Harry Placke; suit on account, i "E've r ................... II ~, .Cindy and Steve were Thursday dinner guests at Credit Bureau of Hastings; X""~. "'-'~'" ".". -" "~=~'~ • Improve your memory for names, laces and facts, rhl~n make voUr 1,,,,,,--. n ~ank, Otis Kershner, the Arnold Heitman home Inc vs DaleandMa~vLanen; ~nece~. The M e~. e-t'nce ~ • • "' " °~ l,~meral " ' d erguson, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs David Dernaray suit on account -ome m m charge ot ,. P ., • -- ....... II Mr • • • arrangemem= roy runner mrormonon rcrue "-~gleand Amy, and • were Sunday afternoon callers Superior Traffic Court ........ II rmor#on wr.e n ~ Steve Eckman and at the Keith McKeown h?me.Statevs. GeraldDiehl, fail~g "D-~IDown" • . ,- • I. ...... n_._ B7. un rior. N,,braska 68978 | g~?~n ~czrn.an. _ Mr...and M~... Dale Crmpin to stop at stop sxgn, $10.00 and For most people, somewhere m u,.o Larnog,o t.ourse, r,~, ~ox oo ", .,m.- u-m,., v...,, ,, [ I| )u mrs. uarreu warn were unaay runner guests of costs, between 70 and 72 degrees is a • • mi mily joined omer Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone State vs. Danny Kirk; comfortable temverature in a or contact a K,wanis momber n H~.oftheWardfarnilyfo.r andfamily. . wrongful parking, $10.00 and honse. Not only m-e--these lower I ~ a • n ~m m ttl=mAli~ ~AI I~A~P n l ving at the t~uszm Mr. andMrs. ErichHeitman, costs, temperatures usually more • nam t, UUK:)I: I ~tyCenter. Diane and Kenneth were Trafflc Ceurt comfortable, but it helps con- • IIl~m~lmll ~ll~k V lmm ~VVU~m~ I Mrs. Clarence c;Thanksgiving dinner guests at Sisters. Galen D. Arbogast; serve fuel. Each degree that ~ prmmntedbyPETERDEVRIES&ASSOCIAYES, INC. I Supe.rior and Mr. ano the Louis Kirchhoff home near driving while intoxicated,you set your thermostat over 72 ~IE'~:n?~y ~sL%arfw~re.B~d~" Veva V $100.00 and costs, probation, degrees requires one and one- | ven.ng .. . ernon of Admire.State vs. Eugene R. half percent more energy |~"~. ~Dert Anrens an II![~ s.~-_ a~ s.__ ,m s.~_ L-- L._,t__,,.• .m It "* II, . • ~L_~_LL._O .~ | .~ ~ ~l .L-- •_ aL_ IL....~- ~'~ L .R ~ ~L a~ J~_aL_.L_ at.._• .a, • a • .. ffmanhomewereR°n 'wE lid Mrs Carol Saltzman I[ d]~ .~ .~~ ,~.~ /~~ ~ ~ ~.. t |~1 and Mrs. J. Hoffman. ~ ~ ~ ~.,m~ n ~ ----,~" ~ ....... |t~d Mrs Merlin Luben # ~ ~ / f'l~~--~ ] |~tUrday "guests of Mrs. '~. ~ ~ ~ Ii ._ m"t°n and Colleens - i t dred Hinz and Mrs. "~ y G~t;;:i~n;jheer , For Your Holiday Convenience ~d Mrs Ron Heinz of X ~ ere Sunday dinner ... trom home were Mr. t • * * raun dMr We a fhe Farmers StateBank realize how busy the Chr,sfmas season ,s so we are |qi, Leo Lang of Carleton , @ • and Mrs. Wayne Macey . w,o; .. extending our hours. Now through Dec. 20th the bank lobby wdl be open (rod !!!k~a Mrs. vern ,ut- ff ere Sunday guests in , . * • • [ Z Mhrsh.°z ebinG e ;; .d~ hm#ed banking serwces I: rowded from 7-9 p.m. each Thursday. ! of Pe y, O a, n k" aysupper guests in | ~11 Ward home. d I~ ~ ~r IL.and Mrs. Howar | ~0f Ingalls, Kan., were I~ t | ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. ,~, I , ."strom and Ann. ~ I ! t Day guests were 'q' I sto visn wire me ] ! i [ Z~t~Vanstrom, Mrs. Lillie I~ /') I ~~tA I~nk dur|nn nut I I~nd Mrs. Levonn ~ / ..~ ~._ I I I f°.uTc~r';;;e _"~~ I ~joined other members ,]~ f/(. ' -= - I Mn~~00.1:00n.m.-3:00o.m. I lot aeposit ~ ~] ] "k ! I| ily in the LeROy ,It I I I I ip a,s o,r .dl x" [ [~rne near Superior. ~ ~/ [ Wl~mu= [ [ ........ nI~IVP.IN" ] Iofficers will be %~..J/~'~ t ,.~~,~e.~-. ~ ~..,:.._., i~'~~!!{i~i;-i'i!:~'~m~m:l !~''~ ~41~ ~ Y::" vii FTe and Cheryl and J l lL Per'ur" u.UU?9 ! and Mrs. Jack I L ~ Wilson were Er" your nonmay I ridvisitedMrSfromRlehardCWed. I-,':;I rl~ners '~TaT,~ u anK "" ! !il Friday m Omaha tn with friends and ~ ,,~ S ~ ~ Mrs. Henry Braunof 3 4th and National MEMBER FDIC Superior, Nebraska Sunday guests in.. L -- • J'- • • -&- • "It I1= h • _L__ L L L L _ i-I...IL • L L It- L L A' t L home. ,~-~. .......... .~ .... - .................... - ............................. - ............ - .- .=---= .~'..~_. .~_~. _L-_ .- _ ~ ._. ..... t