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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 30, 1972 Lovewell News Items Dr. and Mrs. Gary Marr, Trent and Travis of Davis, Okla., came to visit his father, Edwin Marr, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby called at the Mart home early Sunday afternoon to visit. Late in the afternoon the Marrs went to Su .perior to visit Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Marr. The Dr. Marr family returned home Sunday night. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Ivan Warren home were Mr. and Mrs Richard Courter and Bruce, Mr and Mrs. Dick Courter and Richy and Mr. and Mrs, Dwayne Ball of Salina, Debbis Ball of Wichita, Mr and Mrs. Rodney Warren and sons of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren and sons of Courtland and Mrs. Margo Baird. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child walked in from the road to visit Mr and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Wednesday af- ternoon. Some roads are im- passable and the Rothchild's drive way is one of them. The Howard Mettler home was a busy place over the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mettler, Dana and Mark of Englewood, Colo., came Wednesday night and 4eft Saturday morning for Hudson, Kan., to visit her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mettler of Indianapolis,, Ind., came by Kansas City to get Phyllis and arrived Thursday morning. Mrs. Jennie Junlap of Peoria, Ill., came to Hastings where she was met by Mrs. Raymond Stratman of Clay Center, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Stratman and Stacey and Mrs. Dunlap came Thursday. They were all joined by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler for a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Everyone departed for their homes Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliot gathered at the Gaylord Rothchild home for a late Thanksgiving dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Jensby and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Mr. and Mrs. John Corman and Mrs. Olodine Kearns of Manhattan and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kearns of Salina were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hodler of Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler and Harold Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mettler and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mettler and Phylis, Mr. and Mrs. Willard @ @ @ Mrs. Margo Baird, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Russell and Jennifer of Castle Rock, Wash., gathered at a cafe in Mankato Friday to celebrate Mrs. Keith Russell's birthday and to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild, Marlin and Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild and children and Miss Jana Rothchild of Smith Center were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family in Superior Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were Con- cordia visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Patricia and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andrea of Republic were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tatro of Mason City, Iowa, in Concordia Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thurin at Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Patricia and Mrs. Dallas Diamond were Hastings visitors Saturday. Mrs. David Baird visited from Friday until Monday at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Baird, at Beloit. He will be back in the state on a 30-day leave the first part of December. He and his wife will to to Hawaii for his next assignment. Mrs. Fredrick Thomas, Mrs. Letha Vale, Mrs. Hillard Johnson, Mrs. Leo Fuller, Mrs. Willy Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Mrs. Dallas Diamond of Webber and Mrs. Emil Lange and Mrs. Jerry David of Mankato attended the shower for Patricia Davidson in Republic Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins, Joey and Mike of Concordia were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Loy Davidson of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Jess Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Concordia called at the Floyd Davidson home Sunday afternoon. Proceedings Of The City Council Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond City Hall, Superior, Stratman and Stacey and Mrs. ' Nov. 6, 1972, 8:00 p.m. Jennie Dunlap joined Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hammer and family of Littleton, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Dald of Hardy for supper Friday. Charles Watson of Formoso has been in the hospital at Belleville for two weeks. He was transferred to St John's Hospital at Salina Monday for tests. He returned home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Watson called on he and Mrs. Watson Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet of Hardy were hosts at a family holiday dinner Thursday. Since this was the only time the family could be together before Christmas they celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas both. Guests were Dr. Dennis Sweet of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet and Hat;old, Ann Sweet of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensby, Jeffrey., Ronnie, and Diana. Thanksgiving Day guests to dinner at the Bert Diamond home were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond and Richard of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michealson of Auburn, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne of Hays were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa of Lovewell and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman of Republic. Paul called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Watson went to Fairbury Thursday and brought Mrs. Will Waggoner to their home where she joined them and Bob Watson, who was home from Manhattan for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Waggoner stayed Thursday night and they took her back to Fairbury Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Patricia returned from Shawnee Mission, Friday They and Mr and Mrs. Lennis Shoemaker of Minneapolis, Fain., spent Thanksgiving at the Gerald Shoemaker home in Shawnee Mission. Mr. and. Mrs Roy Jensby were hosts to 27 relatives for Thanksgiving dinner Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensby and family of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer and family of Ruskin. Cora Marshall, an old neigh- bor, who is in the Rest Home at Nelson, suffered a severe stroke Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, Neb., Regular session of City Council was called to order by Mayor Alexander with the following Councilmen present: Kite, Long, Robinson, Meier, Studier, Woerner The meeting was publicized by posting notices of said meeting, and the then known agenda, in the window of the office of the City Clerk and the door of the Municipal Auditorium on Nov. 2, 1972. The minutes of the meeting of Oct. 16, 1972 were read and approved. The resignation of Richard Sullivan as Director of Office of Aging Activities, Auditorium Custodian and Zoning En- forcement Officer effective Nov. 23, 1972 was read. Moved by Kite, seconded by Robinson that the resignation be ac- cepted. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. The following claims were read: Ernest Bridwell, salary $ 189.64 Bettie Bruns, salary 29.57 Galen Cook, salary 171.97 Barney Crook, salary 188.01 Wilford Lemke, salary 167.81 Emery Martin, salary 202.14 Floyd Mendenhall salary 189.85 Donald Meyer, salary 110.73 Leon Morris, salary 188.18 Cecil Stuck, salary 209.00" Julene Sullivan, salary 48.08 Richard Sullivan, salary 262.51 Robert Webber, salary 176.98 Nebraska Dept. of Rev- enue, State Tax Withheld 303.91 Social Security Bureau, Social Security Third Quarter 5,045.93 James Pouias, com- promise settlement 500.00 Superior Volunteer Fire Dept., fire convention expense 600.00 Ernest Bridwell, salary 223.68 Bettie Brims, salary 30.70 Galen Cook, salary 210.81 Barney Crook, salary 206.40 Wilford Lemke, salary 181.51 Emery Martin, salary 234,38 Rosella Martin, salary 28.44 Floyd Mendenhall, salary 189.85 Donald Meyer, salary 45.33 Leon Morris, salary 206.48 Samuel F. Seever, salary 142.20 Cecil Stuck, salary 179.33 Julene Sullivan, salary 48.08 Richard Sullivan, salary 287.36 W. L. Willcox, salary 31.60 Dale E. Dunn, salary 114.14 Ernest Bridwell, salary 222.91 supplies Bettie Bruns, salary 31.62 Farmers State Bank, Galen A. Cook, withheld taxes salary 181.34 Lincoln Tele & Telelg. Barney Crook, salary 195.71 Co., phone service 90.28 T. V. Dugger, salary 108.07 Bostwick Irrigation Dale E. Dunn, District, irrigation salary 189.71 tax 40.00 Wilford Lemke, Bostwick Irrigation salary 156.66 District, construction Emery Martin, salary 202.14 tax 22.00 Floyd Mendenhall, Wages Variety & Gifts, salary 175.82 supplies 4.64 Donald Meyer, salary 84.61 City Light & Water Dept., Leon Morris, salary 195.88 services for Oct. 1,384.39 Charlie Stineman, Blue Cross & Blue salary 961.19 Shield, group insurance 398.57 Cecil Stuck, salary 262.45 Nielsen's Conoco Service, Julene Sullivan, service on vehicles 99.85 salary 48.08 Superior Motor Parts, Richard Sullivan, pipe 2.94 salary 262.51 The Bankers Life Co., Robert Webber, salary 176.96 firemen's life insurance 77.70 Ruby Young, salary 194.80 Del Chemical Corporation, Geo. L. Whitney, salary sur kleen 69.87 and postage 172.87 Superior Jewelers, Hotel Leslie, answering- retirement plaque 6.50 service 120.00 Treasurer State of Nebr. Superor Motor Parts, law enforcement im- repairs 86.41 provement fund fees 92.00 Coakley Industrial, Anderson Equipment Co., grease towels 4.50 Inc., supplies 25.62 Bill Morris Ford, repairs 11.68 B & S Tire Market, J E. Nobles Plumbing repair and tube 18.50 & Heating, boiler Superior Clinic, physical 7.50 repairs 8.30" Ernest Bridwell, salary Ideal Market, cleaning supplies 9.19 ambulance 19.91 Kirkham Michael Archi- Tom Joy, salary tects& Engineers, pro- ambulance 36.26 fessional service 129.24 Harold Lewis, salary Sidles Company, ambulance 30.86 repairs 103.16 John Lowery, salary Superior Express, printing ambulance 2.37 and supplies 80.50 Donald Meyer, salary Superior Machine Shop, ambulance 25.60 supplies 18.70 David Shuck, salary Nielsen's Conoco Service, ambulance 5.97 service on vehicles 104.03 Ron Springer, salary Coast to Coast Store, ambulance 3.55 repairs 1.94 Victor Springer, salary Coast to Coast Store, ambulance 19.67 locks 29.44 B & S Tire Market, Willard Springer, repairs 300 salary ambulance 68.72 Communications Service Edwin Wharton, salary Co, repairs 16.36 ambulance 4477 The Gas Service Co, Nuckolls County Hospital, gas for Sept. 27 29 meals 200.00 B & S Tire Market, Richard Sullivan, alignment 10.50 travel expense 103.25 City Light & Water Dept., Cecil Thompson, trash disposal 13.80 salary 29.15 Shuck Engineering Co., Inc., work at dumps 960.00 Construction Service Equip- ment Co., repairs 291.26 Superior Express, print- ing and supplies 221 40 Hastings Typewriter Co., tobacco licenses 3.83 Shuck Engineering Co., dozing at dump 72.00 Valley Building Center, Inc., supplies 243.38 William Exterminating Co., pest control 7.00 Beckler's Clothing, police uniforms 29545 Shaw-Baird-Stubbs Agency, Inc., insur- ance on scoopmobile 142.00 Moved by Kile, seconded by Robinson that the claims be allowed as read. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. The meeting adjourned. Fred Alexander Midwest Communications w Service, inc., labor 24.00 Werner Construction, Inc., asphalt 214.00 Mid-Nebraska Oil Company, gas 356.12 Superior Deshler Company, tank rent 20.50 Superior Machine Shop, repair tables and racks 12.85 Alexander Mct)rs, Inc., service and repairs on vehicles 35.81 Woerner Ford Tractor, Mayor George L Whitney, jr. City Clerk 123.51 County Project Winners 643.22 The county 4-H project winners in Jewell County have been named for 1972. They are: Achievement : Crystal Van Horn, Barbara Roe, Gary Shipley, Denise Dahl. Agricultural: Gary Shipley, Trey Anderson, David Atwood. Alumni recognition: Mrs. Wendell Moyer. Beef: Gary Shipley, Jeanette Obert, David Atwood, J. W. Wilson. Bicycle: Deanne Alexander. Citizenship-Civil Defense: Crystal Van Horn. Clothing: Barbara Roe, Denise Dahl. Conservation of Natural Resources: Gary Shipley. Dairy: Crystal Van Horn, Joycelyn Kemmerer, Theresa Bird, Rex Bird. Dog Care and Training: Steve Shute, Lyle Shipley, Nancy Vetter. Dress Revue: Denise Dahl, Vickie Vetter, Rick Andreasen, Phil Vetter. Electric: Denise Dahl, Clelia Thomas. Field crops: Gary Shipley, Trey Anderson. Food-nurtrition : Kathy Alexander, Deanne Alexander. Food preservation: Tadhi Silsby. Forestry: Denise Dahl, Nancy Jensby. Geology: Eddie Beam, Judy Spiegel, Cindy Davis. Home environment (home improvement) : Kathy Alexander, Jeanette Obert. Horse: Debra Boiler, Nancy Jensby. Horticultural: Rick An- dreasen Knitting: Juanice Reed, Barbara Roe, Jennifer Howland, Vickie Vetter. Leadership: Boy, Gary Shipley and Trey Anderson; Girl, Crystal Van Horn and Joycelyn Kemmerer. Management for youth: Duane Atwood, Denise Dahl, Barbara Roe. Meat Utilization: Nancy Jensby. i MIKKELSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings @ Portraits @ Anniversaries Graduation SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA Olmm Tues., Thurs., Frt. 122 E. 4thPhone 879.3090 EDGAR, NEBRASKA Open Mo, Wed., Sat. Phone 224-5500 O ,'ai :::l00berts A ONE-HOUR TV SPECIAL DIRECT FROM Oral Roberts University VIIH America's two famous evangelists together on nation wide TV for the first time ORALROBERTS / BILLY GRAHAM People-to People: Kathy Alexander. Personal Development: Clelia Thomas. Petroleum power (small engines): Lyle Shipley, Steve Shute. Photography: Trey An- derson, Kathy Alexander, Carl Waugh. Public speaking: Barbara Roe, Crystal Van Horn. Rabbits: Carl Waugh, Ramona Bird, Tony Johnson. Reading: Juanice Reed, Melva Shipley, Miriam Terrill. Safety: Kathy Alexander. Animal science: Lyle Shipley, Mike Beam, Jim Peroutek. Lorie Russell, Lyle Shipley, Melva Shipley, James Peroutek, Nyla Thomas, Jim Saint, David Atwood, Mike Ramsey, Eddie Beam, Dale Deibert. Guard for silver achievement: Denise Dahl, Barbara Roe, Trey Anderson, Joni Beam. Gold award: Crystal Van Horn. Key awards: Barbara Roe, Joycelyn Kemmerer. State award, Clothing: Barbara Roe. Ten-Year members: Jean- nette Obert, Debra Boiler. Graduating members: Duane Veterinary science: Eddie Beam, John Bird. Swine: Lyle Shipley, Mike Beam, Jim Peroutek, Curtis Silsby. Tractor: Jim Peroutek, Nebel. Woodwork: Jim Saint, Shipley. Silver achievement Juanice Reed, Jane Atwood, Crystal Van Jennifer Howland, Jerry First year members: Perott, Kelly Beale, Sue Bradley Kiehl, Celeste Jerry Roesti, Michael Mitzie Roesti, Steven Kendall Vader, Lynette Martin Vader, Carol wood, Terry Moyer, Lorence, John Russell, Russell, Jeff Clark, Heinen, Sarah Scott, Lori Scott, Ann Scott, Patty Reece, Kemmerer, Gary Webbt Rhonda Webb. PUBLIC 160 Acres Nuckolls County Grass land, property and household t We will sell thefollowmg to the highest bidder, located across the road from the Cadams schoolhouse in Cadams, Neb., or 3 miles east and 6 miles north of Su perior on gravel road at 1 o'clock, on Monday, December 4 I HOUSEHOLD GOODS Bedroom suite with spring and mattress Motorola television Davenport and chair Frigidaire refrigerator Kitchen table and 4 chairs Kitchen cabinet 2 Rockers Radio and stand Dining room table, buffet and chairs Floor lamp High chair Odd chairs 2 Kitchen carts Kitchen step stool Silverware and dishes Electric fan Electric space heater Kitchen gas cook stove Propane gas heater I I lllll |il 75,000 BTU propane heating stove Electric blanket, new Singer sewing machine Electric mixer 2 Iron beds and 2 feather ticks Picture frames Old wooden cupboard Some bedding Old lamps Old round copper tub Kraut cutter Meat saw CAR 1955 Custom Fordor V-8 car, runs good GRANARY 500-bushel granary on skids MACHINERY Several pieces old machinerY I |H -Property and Lots This property has a two-story house, garage, etc., and approximately three acres of land, more or less. It a good well with pump jack and motor, REA and 1 gallon propane tank with about 70 percent full of The propane tank will be sold immediately following the sale of house and acreage. This will make a good Lion to set a trailer house or the home can be There is a good gravel road, close to school and route. This will make a cheap place to live. The and all prior year taxes are paid. Possession ately. Land This is 16.0 acres, more or less, of native grass land, le cated 1 miles south and 2 miles west of Cadams. It h two good stock ponds, old windmill and well with abuna] ance supply of water, a stock shed, 16 x 50 ft., fence aug feed rack. It is one of the better pastures. Legal description: SEZ/ of Section 36, T-2N, R-TW, Nuekolis County, Nebraska Possession: March 1, 1973. The 1972 and all prior year taxes paid. This land will sold at the property following the sale of the household goods and property. TERMS OF SALE: 25 percent day of sale and baixnce when deed and abstract furnished. ,(ill I, I ,%TA II Master o( the Piano ROGER WILLIAMS WITH SPECIAL APPEARANCES BY Oklahoma Governor David Hall Tulsa Mayor Robert LaFortune Principal Chief of the Cherokees W W Keler THE TRAIL OF TEARS CAST from Tahlequah, Oklahoma . the original capital of the Cherokee nation '.I:EATUI|IMI RICHARD & PATTI ROBERTS The World Action Sirgers ORU's nationally-ranked basketball Titans The University Concert Choir Tonight at 8:00 p.m. KHTL-TV Ch. 4 Will Kottmeyer Estate A. H. Kottmeyer, Administrator A. H. Kottmeyer, Auctioneer Ellis Garrison, Attorney