Newspaper Archive of
Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
December 18, 2003     Superior Express
PAGE 7     (7 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 18, 2003

Newspaper Archive of Superior Express produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, December 18, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A U m Survivors include one step-son, Positive Power .......... Charles Stuart, Superior, a daughter, (Continued from Page 1) Extension News tg l'lN lllmIW/!I i Rebecca Johnson, Superior; two step- percent but Fillmore County repored a By Phyllis Schoenholz, NuckollsCounty li~" 7"~~ ~~~i grandchildren, Superior; his mother, 7.9 percent decline Extension Education / mR I~ ~ ~~ lr nk. VemaJohnson,York, brothers, Wayne Statewlde the value of motor re- /~ U~ M!. ~:~ i~ ld Johnson, York, and Lyle Johnson, hicle registrations declined 9 percent Shop locally ~' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~J~ ~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~![~; ~ Hooper, and one sister, Faye Friedli, when compared with the same nlonth . SinceThanksgiv!ng. weekend,.there ~ip" ~ ~ mi~j~t~ Wilma Kirchhoff Robert Hight York. J W one-year earlier. Nuckolls County sales Has been a lot or punuclty at~out Christ- ml' ~ ~ ~ / ~ ~ tW~U~;m CM'4. ilma Jeanette Kirchhoff, 76, the Robert Hight, 68, the son of Will- He was preceded in death by his were up 6 percent. Webster County mas shoppers. The shopping madness mr '~ ~ ~ [~, ~ ~l /aaUghterofHenry andMartha(Krein) iamandMary(Fulper)Hight, wasbom father and an infant daughter, Alycia renorted an increase of 13 2 ,~r,-ent on the day after Thanksgiving cer- 1 ~ "[[ :':~:':il//~1. al~,|0~uerholz, was bom on Aug. 25, 1927 on April 16, 1935, at Lebanon Town- May Johnson. Tha"yer County dechned 018 pVe cent', ". . 1 ' , 1BD/ 0~.~ Kensington, Kin. She died last ship, N. J, He died Dec. 8, 2003 at the Memorial services will be held at 1 " r tHinly made the headlines in all of the [ .... Clay County droooed 21 Dercenmajor papers Literally thousands ofIw~ l~ !2 p.m., Friday at the First Church of the ~ t and .... , [ .ednesday at her home in Superior, Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Supe- Nazarene, York. Inurment will be in Fillnaore County declined 2.9 percent. ~ople flocked to the super centers and l ........ . ~ ;J 1 eb. rior. Congressman Tom Osborne has discount stores to take advantage ot ....... ' lml i~l~ ~ She attended Myers Elementary Robert graduated from high school Greenwood Cemetery, York. Metz [iis t ~o~ilin Athol and graduated from in Hampton, N. J. He was united in Mortuary in York is in charge of ar- announced the development of an en- "s~cials"andth_e variety ofitemsfrom~, Jnm m~l atltd~,~ igh School in 1945. OnMarch marriage to Shirley June Bogart. To rangements, trepreneurship handbook which he wnlcla to select, ln a more recent paper, ~ ......~~11 ~~l[~ ho s will serve as s ri b there was a story about parking chal- ~@~/r pe p n oard for ................ ;~:~4~" 1948' she married Carl Ludwig this unin was bm furchildren" Rb- economicdevelopers and Y~gJng people !n maj.r.parking lts: . IN ill ~'~_dmr at Eaton, Colo. This union was ert was inducted into the United States Janet Jo Old.haln interested in business development. ~nnstmas ~noppers need to be re- ::JJmWil I 1 1 ~l ~"~ t.lessed with four children. Carl died Marine Corp on March 16, 1954, and Janet Jo Oldham, 55, died Friday at Osharno ~,~ "~ .... ~ : .....minded to not forget about their small 1 ~'.'a'4~.~arch23,1967WilmamarriedLouis honorably discharged on March 15, her home in Clifton, Colo. She was courage Nebraskans' entrepreneurial Iocal bus,nesses as they complete their ~' ~ll l~~ a~.~Kirchhoffon May 3, 1970, at the Cen- 1957. Robert was a kind and simple born Sept. 23, 1948 in Superior, Neb., spirit by brin|zin~ to~ether resources Christmas lists. They will find these TheAmbassadorsoftheSupedorChamberofCommercerecentlypresented ~9] tmmial Lutheran Church, Superior. man. He lived in California for 50 ........... n to Herman and Opal Laird. She mar- that would be helnful in nutting, inter- stores have much to offer dunng this the first dollar of clear profit to Rick Carpenter, owner of Applmnce Sorv0ce a d '~':~k~ll he enjoyed hand and needlework, years until moving to Superior about ried Loris Ray Oldham July 26, 1976, ested individuals on the right oath to season as well. Unfortunately, they Parts (ASAP). Attending the ceremony were (back row, from left) Lou0se | ,~r0ehetingandbirdwatching.Shesang five years ago. He loved auctions and and was widowed Dec. 10, 1983. success The inf t'on co'e" s a don't make the headlines and get the Henderson Madene McGowan, Doug Hoins, Dick Romp# and Jason Ray urinal ..... v_r ........ :,~echurchchoir, attended the Aquilla worked at the Superior Auction House. S~helived26yearsintheBurlington, multitude of areas from how to ~et attention that larger stores in larger (front row) Carpenter, John Price dr., Ambassador president. Not pictured is " "C" -- ,, .... ~'i~ ~'~ lllaBnble Study and was aSunday He collected all sorts of auction buys Colo., area and moved toGrand Junc- started to models of success "~ commun|tles seem to attract. Sherry Knmep, chamber manager. tion in January, 2002. Janet contrib- Thehandbookaddresseseducation, Like the larger stores and commu- crowded aisles and p~king problems Nelson receives uted to lives ofothers through her work ii~hi o~:gyd o~u s~ ik figh at Equitable Savings & Loan, TheCity i22~tC~awlrt_ ~e~i~cha~vbeUSt~SoS~Sua~qd:eura2c~m" at,~r~es?ttadk:'~hvma~t~gCeentfert~ar~UPa~ NCIP award of Burlington Chamber of Commerce, " q " n er format. It is ing the Christmas holidays. Their locally owned and operated stores and The Nelson Community Club was Lifeline, Lions Club and other corn- a companion to the Rural Economic shelvescontainmanyofthes'ameitems entrel~reneurs. You can get your shop- recently awarded a Class II Nebraska munity organizations. She was also a Development Handbook released in that are found in larger stores, plus ping done in a lot less time and for Community Improvement Program member of the Burlington Methodist 2002. The books may be reviewed at many of them have specials on many many of us, with less frustration. Plus (NCIP) award for arts and humanities. Church. Survivors include her daughter, the Superior Chamber of Commerce items that make really great gifts. An there is a sense of satisfaction, when The award recognized the Nelson office, added attraction is enjoying t'he lights making purchases from someone you Variety Show. AmandaandagrandsonofMesa, Ariz.; Construction and decorations while traveling to and know and that you are contributing to her mother, Opal Laird, and sister, ,, ..... from neighboring communities. Most the local community. Giving them ~ ._. Nancy McBride, both of Grand Junc- Deglns on waconaa small communities feature Christmas some of your shopping dollars will On Jan. 10, 1803, President lno- tion, a brother, Steve Laird, Hayden, et,,~t..a., ..-.,,~1~,~ displays in their parks, courthouses, stimulate the economy in rural corn- mas Jefferson choose his close friend, Colo., and ~tepbrothers, Tom and Run ~aa~t~ a~'ls"~'~ churches, and neighborhoods that are munities and add to the sustainability ~ames ...... Monroe to tdecome tmvoy x- Laird, both of Lincoln, Neb. Construction ofaWacondaSpringsalways exciting to visit on cold wintry of the community, traorulnarY" to ~rance. Jefferson sent A memorial service will be held at rephca is expected to be completed by nights. Monroe to join me American minister the Methodist Church in Burlington, July. Also don't forget all of the small _ ~ . to France, Robert Livingston. Monroe Colo., Saturday at 2 p.m. The ori~,inal snrin~ which brought ,~,~, .... ~" ..... ~... a..,.,. I. .......... Nature does Her pest to persuade was popular with Americans living a mineral laden'water to the surface r~, .., ~,,,..., ,.,.~ ~, ..... ,~ ...... ~ mankind that this Is a pleasant eart . west of the Appalachian Mountains ~" IIUIIL #vt~,L ~llt,,~k ~ I-l't~llltt.,ll~t.~UtJIO ~.J~ll'~ t I1 |Vl I // -- Floyd WIlcox from some 800 feet below ground was ety of hand crafted, home made, or ~.. oecausetney, uKe~onroe, naoaccm- Floyd E. Wilcox, 71,a resident of filled withrubble from the sanitarium homegrownspecialtyitems.Hundreds fewMstpepJet~eansStaa?~i~tg~itY:oU[ mfno~e~sttl~n ~nTs~nsCJ_edl~hipplng Truth or Consequences, N.M., since in1967. The original location of the ,~fhoursarcputintocraftingormaking .... g s pp . 1993, died at his home Saturday. He spring and related sanitarium is now these items to give them that special me. wasbominBostwick, onSept.4, 1932, covered by the waters of Waconda uniqueness that makes them the per- t toLyveneandMable(Hoins)Wilcox. Lake. . fectgiftforsomeone.Giftwhichcome II , I] He was a retired supervisor for The replica will. be part .ol the from a local entrepreneur, have much II t / -.,.~ ..,....,.y. li WacondaHenta eVillageenv|sloned moremeantn t Contel Telephone; an avid golfer, a g '" " g han something that was II / , I member of the Methodist Church, for location within Glen Elder State made in a far away country II I ~l ~ " " ,~ [ former elder and Sunday school Park. The replica will be near the So, if you arelike me.'and don't II I// -, . . % t teacher, volunteer fireman, formerfire Ho pewell Church which was previ- have that holiday shopping finished |1 I chief and 4-H leader. OUSly moved to the parK. yet, and you would like to avoid the II ~'~i~~ I , "He is survived by his wife of 52 ~ I II~L='"~~~" I years, JoEllen Wilcox; two daughters, 1 *former resident of Superior and 9,at Tucson, Adz. She w~b:n~ Stp~ Mrs. Eric Lynch, (Veronica Sue), Help You With rout' [ !0 e " 20, l~OO m t~epumlc t~ y, Y eofthnsnewspaperdledlast ............. Capitan, N. M., and Roxann Key, ~ ~ ~ CanvasSu~rNatuml$~'~ I[ ~" .'r,~v~ [ mr~i~i~'~ednes- davy -at ........................... a retirement hnrne in dauglater Ol rtugn and 15essle (JarvlS) Hutchinson, Kin., a brother, Myron, ~ .~ ~ .......... ~ ~ ~00~~ ~ mt m ~t~ ~ lifT: 'maaha Hensley. " ~ ~e'Rev Jame~ Weeke 71 a re She was preceded in death by her Truth or Consequences, N. M., four ~ ~ ~}~I~Ulff~]NIJNL~. I1 , F,t~,,, ~" I1 A~~, t.o l~'~li~ ] grandchildren and one great-grand- t'K il -- " -~liP =t~.u~o=o.~a=0~t,~ ~\'~ I1 ...... ~ ......... r ........ ~ I I Flexible Gun Cases ~e._.~s W |[ ~a[Ml[,n/~f~9~ ,0~ ~171~-I/ ~ I ~.~/Itr~l,,ri__. ;..~ 2 ' ' ~ parents;fourbrothers,CarI,Ralph, Bob child ~k._~v ~st, uleutollowlnganapparent ...... ;4 -- .. ' ~. ~i:"=attattack He had retired six months and max; three sisters, .~.ran,. wmn, He was preceded in death by his ~ J Browmg cases treat your guns with Brownr=gBod~a~snaps II )1 respect GIFT SUGGESTIONS 1,1O as pastor of St Brid~etCatholic and Nellie and two sons, Maunceano parentsandbyasister, Mrs. Orin Dillon ~ ,~ .Hardrt~,,pto~ot~t~moz~e /"--- ~ ...................... on~o~ue, tl ~[~tErchinsouthOmaha ~' Re5 ......... (Doris). Services will be Dec. 22 in the ~I ~ .Each case is stitct and glued for | ....... -,,- - ---..-.., Ii[~. The son of former Su'~rior resi~ne is survived oy Her sons, KICn- Chapel ofF:erich Mortuary. ~ il addedstre~gth, l'r~lininglaysflat I'H.a"esan:~n g s o~ rt~S=ivent I ~ nl ~ ~ tl !',~tats L ........ v.- .- ard, Tucson Ariz and Superior; and I -o. ur on ~ur'tcasss .Nuntlng es .o....o.o. , ,.,,,_-.. newas _ _ "" ' -or, Or ,,, .,o,. - .., o0 c,, .. .o,,,o. I In $ II ~Models for shotguns es and p | | ~~Jan 10 1932 at McPherson Kan, Dave, iucson; and L ennls, r - ' " inoeulars .WoolandCo i | I .t'le obtain -; ..... ' ~ " chard, Wash ; 13grandchildren, many .... Anna Mae Guise, Olympia, Wash. W, i[th Up iOt, , 6 9.78, ,79-40141 ............................ - ............. ~t i;~r of e^-- . ...... Memorial services Will De neio at a u,.mercemanageranunews- " - t~ i,l~'--...,IOl~m " t=w~ov,m, i, lim~ vvv~i~. ~ [ ,41~ -- ~.. ~..N.l~ staff member before decidin~, to laterdat_emSu~'~ir'Bunalatalater ~, Gift I.--o .. _~ --'-He.... an-re"! CertiG~caat. IK'~II ~1~ .. , ._., ^HOLIDAY HOURS .. . l[ L~lunei: "~r the, 8,pnesthd'!986" an'o servile WaSe d therdalnedArch' . date in ExeterMegme.Price: Funeral Home IS" ,n" ~~l-c n..t.dust 0ffl Highwaylneupnsmans'136and E, Str0et,a-quFai~ury,end0., ~0z/".^ I[ ~urd-ay,~ttlllKi, CLOSED SUNDAYS 9 a.m.-4 p.m. II o charge of arrangements f Omaha for 17 years. He his first mass at St. Joseph's .... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~lic Church, Superior. Glenn oonnson ~oa~endedSacredHeartSch_~_.!f Glenn R. Johnson, 49, Marquette, ~~.gY in Hayes Comers, Wts., Neb., died Saturday in Columbia, Mo. r;# ,~: - ~,,~ ng in1986. He was bum Aug. 3, 1954, in Geneva, ~'~,.j.l~ttle~rvedasassistantpastratSts" to Raymond and Vema (Stricklett) Paul Church, Omaha, and Johnson A 1973 graduate of York ~.~l~Li[ ~.~. tnnity Church, Hartington, High School, he worked at Gerhold I ,". -""g oth " e rasstgnments.Hehadthree Concrete and Overland Concrete be- Blowup balloon type Santa p- v" 2[. st. Lawrence,SilverCreek, fore he beean trucking over the road in pears to wave to the Parade crowd ~ . o . . /I -~u_~ and St. Bndget, bothlnOmaha" 1983, He was currently driving for during the 2003 lighted Christmas "- ] ~l~; playing the organ. His Wehrle Trucking, Lynnville, Iowa. Parade in Superior. i a,,:,"'~ interest was classical wOrKS , ~ ............... l h.funeralmasswasheldMondayat PHILIP A, MAYNARD, DeP, M, [ ~ tlridget Church. He is survived by ! ~CeUsins. Burial was in St. Johns -~ .... i ,,- etery, Beloit. [It'- Health Insurance I [ Cost Effective I Affordable For The Self-Employed Foot Specialist - Foot Surgeon 416 N. Minnesota Ave. Hastings, Neb. 68901 Call 402-462-2788 for appointments DANA F. COLE & COMPANY. LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Raelyn D. Miller, C.P..A. 213 East 3rd * Superior, Neb. 68978 R!ding ,s Pedal tractor Wagons Foot to Floor Toys New Toys arriving weeklylll Toy Clearance!!! ,df ll . John Deere 28" Wagon Highway 1 III t.le~s~ mtoDuffr ~North Superior, Neb. ,402-879-3276 * www,JohnD~oro.eom I I II I S~~eead In Nebraska 1 year ..... $20.00 3 months. S 6.00 6 months. S 11.00 9 months. S16.50 3 years ...$54.00 to #o,d A charge of $1 will be made lbr temporary address change. In Kansas News , year ...... $20.00 ..... $1.26 ............ $21.26 3 Inonths...S 6.00 ........... 38 ........... S 6.38 ,m 6 months..S11.00 .......... 69i... .... ,..S 11.69 9 months...Sl6.50 ...... $1.04 ............ S 17.54 3 years ....... $54.00 ..... $3.40 ............ $ 57.40 Elsewhere in the U.S. 6 months ...$16.00V~~ 9 ym:nths ""$8723"O0;""~ ~~i~~~~ "" ...... P , Gift, Card included ; - - g,ft subs ipt rl of the Supenor Express to: I I1 NAME ______ _ iveagift :'""' CITY STATE ZiP " subscription to the ,.00., S p i Exp !!! ~ u er or ress Clip and rnai, subscription coupon to Phone: (402) 879-3291 PO Box 408 68978