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 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 28, 1972 sales tax 645.18 reimbursement on salary salary 287.36 Harold Lewis, salary 35.79 Socia[ Security Fh ic LO Department of Revenue, 110.00 144.80 RobertWebber, salary 225.52 JohnLowery, salary 12.80 My Neighbors Here J,n., e B use tax 17.37 Coast to Coast, Chica.o & North Western , Donald Meyer, salary 3.55 U.S. Post Office, supplies 4.49 Transportation Co., re-. " Joe Schaaf, salary " 3.55 " " The social securitY[R u s k i r ost c'l Neqs , . . postage 200.00 The Gas Service Com. fund of overcbarge 26.37 RonaldSpringer, L/! representative from tlresbyter 25.50 Hastings office will berrest Gi Superior at the SecUrer, Dec 3 17.37 National Community aoom, i.[t Mark Thursday, Jan. 4, from 10:v. MartL Mrs. Glen Watmore of Dove Creek, Colo., and Mrs. Everett Marshall of Attwater, Calif., nieces of the Mearns family, were guests of Mrs Oliver Mearns and Alfred Tuesday and Wednesday. The ladies were former residents of the Highland neighborhood and daughters of the late Mr and Mrs. Bill Wehrman. Mr. and Mrs Donnie lllff and family were dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. Ralph Ferebee, and lamily at Red Cloud Sunday for Ttheir Christmas together. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs . were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs Tuesday :evening. Mrs. Irvin Ebsen and Mrs. Ellis Clyde were Red Cloud visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Ebsen visited her aunt, Mrs. Mae Simpson, and Mrs. Clyde visited her sister, Mrs. Ella Shuck. Mrs C. R. Wilton and Mrs. Kenneth Studier of Superior were Lincoln visitors Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mohler of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley Thursday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and daughters of Hardy and Ben Hake of Guide Rock were visitors in the Frank Delka home last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family were supper guests of Mrs. Clint Wernecke and sons Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Miller's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCord of Arvada, Colo., were .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard :Kottmeyer and sons Sunday for : ClLristmas dinner. The mothers of the district . brought lunch and surprised the teachers of the 2-R school, Mrs. Clair Guy and Mrs. Robert Rapp, for their birthdays Friday afternoon. Many at- tended the Christmas program "Wednesday night. : Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau :visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 7Mflter and family Thursday :evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marten "and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing were guests of ; their mother, Mrs. Elsie Wissing, in Superior Sunday for . a family Christmas. : Rev. Dale Decry of Superior, = Mrs. Edwin Lipker of Ruskin :and Mrs. Fred Meyers and ;:daughter of Hardy visited Mrs. -Oscar Kramp and family  Tuesday. s Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress = and Mr and Mrs. Gus Brazil =visited Mr. and Mrs. Eynner Andersen in Superior Thursday = night. S ,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer .. and Yvonne were coffee guests of Mrs. Irene Barfknecht and -. family in Superior last Monday evening. On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Meyer visited Mr. := and Mrs. Everett Bariknecht. = Mr. and Mrs Art Grummert : of Superior visited Mrs. Oscar z Kramp and family Friday at- - ternoon. -" Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs of : Superior and Mrs. Mabel Frye = of South Sioux City were supper = guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Z Combs Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howes and Mr. and Mrs. Donn Hansen and family of North Platte, Mr. and = Mrs. Dwight Hansen of Lincoln  and Mr and Mrs. Don Jennings = and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jen- nings of Kearney came Friday evening to spend the Christmas holiday with Mr. and Mrs. John = Hanaen. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy were supper =guests of his mother, Mrs. Harold Delka, and Doris last Sunday night. The following enjoyed a = supper and gift exchange at = the home of Mr and Mrs. Bob =; Woerner, jr., and family, : Friday night: Mrs. R. B. = Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Woerner, Mr. and = Mn. Mitchell Woerner, Mr. and = Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and o? family and Duane Woerner of i/ Curtis who came Friday af- term)on to spend the holidays " with his fam[ilv. :y. Mr. and Mrs. John Woerner and family of -Omaha were callers at the z Woerner home later in the = evening. = Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress = and Forrest Childress were : guests of Mr. and Mrs. John - Harper and family Christmas Eve. : Mr. and Mrs. Don Wmtel and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Py - Biltoft and family in Superior PUB[IC NOTICE5 : Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Biff and family were supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stichka, Monday evening. Mrs. Mabel Ebsen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molley, Jack MoUey and Mrs. Louise Blankenbaker of Red Cloud were Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Rogers visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wulf and Patti of Guide Rock visited Saturday evening with Mrs. Clint Wernecke and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andersen in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmore Hobelman and Brenda of Sutton and Dale Gourley of Superior were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs Orval Childress and Forrest Childress were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. John Harper and family Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Duffy Sited last Sunday evening with and Mrs. John Combs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ftntel were Seneca, Kan., visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Alvira Rogers stayed with Jaramie while they were away The carolers from Centennial Lutheran church in Superior came to the Oscar Kramp home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel and Jaramie visited Mrs. Alvira Rogers in Superior Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family and Forrest Childress were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs were breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith Christmas morning. Proceedings of The Board of Public Works Notice of meeting posted Dec. 1, 1972; City Light Office and City Auditorium. City Light Office, Superior, Nab. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4, 1972. The regular meeting of the Board of Public Works was called to order by Chairman Beaumont with the following present: Beaumont, Groves, Hull, Rempe and Mullet. The minutes of the last regular meeting of Nov. 20, 1972, were read and there being no objections or corrections were declared approved as read The followin 8 bills of the Combined Electric and Water Utility Fund were read: Willard Springer, salary 250.89 Bernard Umhach, salary 217.26 John Lowery, salary 192.68 Ronald Springer, salary 137.74 Frank Swaim, salary 368.32 Helen Juergens, salary 151.38 Mar;uerite Swaim, salary 192.09 Janice Fuller, salary 37.14 Gaylord Train, salary 190.36 Billie Thompson, salary 259.83 Darrel Bice, salary 95.89 Jobanna Utecht, salary 127.45 Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Security National Bank, premium 312.21 Department of Revenue, State of Nebraska De- partment of Revenue, state withholding 126.93 Security National Bank, federal withholding 642.15 Colonial Life and Accident Ins. Co., premium 58.00 Frank C. Swaim, mgr., petty cash 271.74 Nebraska Public Power District, power purchased 18,621.93 Business Supply Com- nanv, office supplies 59.04 City ot Superior, City Clerk, gasoline, -0-, rent, 75.00, surplus funds, 1,8q a 1,'.0.62 City of Superior Light, Water & Sewer Dept., service 122.51 City of Superior Sewer Dept., to transfer 45.25 Coast to Coast Store, suvvlies 20.48 The Gas Service Com- pany, service 106.00 Kriz-Davis Company, material and supplies 246.10 Lincoln Tale & Tele. servrce 116.68 May & Hulas, Inc., merchandise 37.31 /Vfllo's Office Machines Co., office supplies 5.00 Nielsen's Conoco Service, service and supplies 28.89 Shaw-Baird-Stubbs Inc., insurance premium 103.00 Singer Business Machines, maintenance Contract 110.00 The Superior Express, proceedings 68.60 Superior Motor Parts, supplies 23.20 Treasurer, City of Superior, taxes 800.00 Treasurer of Dist. No. 11, taxes 650.00 Whitney Insurance Agency, Inc., premium 17.00 Winebar Plumbing & Heating, service and supplies 27.44 Superior Deshler Company,. propane 20.50 Century Laboratories, Inc., supplies 18.00 Shorey Trenching Service, extra labor 57.50 Alexander Motors, Inc., truck repair 32.05 Deuel Pharmacy, supplies 5.76 Warren Douglas Chemical Co., hydro acid 132.00 Superior TV Clinic, sup- plies and labor 2.00 Colt Industries, supplies 156.60 Rockwell Manufacturing Co., meters 214.80 Capitol Supply Co., supplies 9.82 Sebastin Equipment Co., supplies 50.00 City of Superior Street Dept., extra labor 45.50 Val Thompson, service at well field 10.00 American Water Works Assn., membership dues 25.00 Western Supply Corp., supplies 21.42 Canning Truck Service, freight 30.68 A motion was made by Hull, seconded by Mullet, that the bills be approved and paid as read. Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, Hull, Rempe, Mullet. Nays: None. Absent: None. The following bills of the Sewer Department were read: Earl Osborne, salary 311.28 Arnold Smith,. salary 226.15 uixm lymtel, salary 107.86 City of Superior Light Department, state with- holding, 30.83, use tax, 8.18, 8.18, insurance, 20.42 59.43 Security National Bank, federal withholding 204.00 Frank Swaim, mgr., supplies and expense 2.73 City of Superior Light, Water and Sewer, service and lamps 241.67 Improved Machinery, Inc., rental on aerobic digester 300.00 Mid-American Research Chemical, supplies 318.15 City Water Dent.. labor and mileage, 34.80, i i r Yrvrr   IL We take this opportunity to  thank you for your past patronage and to assure you of our continued desire to serve you through the coming year. Coest-to-Coest S!ores Jack and Gladys Stin,o Phone 879-4119  Superior, Nebraska i i i , u | party, service Lincoln Tele & Teleg. service Water Pollution Control Federation, mem- bership dues 23.00 Christensen & Sons, Inc., material 3.50 Superior Motor Parts, Inc., supplies 22.27 City Light Department, reimbursement on salary, 63.00, office expense 154.32 217.32 Superior Machine Shop, service 5.00 A motion was made by Groves, seconded by Beaumont, that the bills be approved and paid as read. Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, Hull, Rempe, Mullet. Nays: None. Absent: None. A motion was made b:, Rempe, seconded by Beaumont, that the meeting adjourn. Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, Hull, Rempe, Mullet. Nays: None. Absent: None. Joe D. Beaumont Chairman R. J. Rempe Secretary. Proceedings Of The City Council City Hall, Superior, Nab., Dec. 4, 1972. 8:00 p.m. Regular session of City Council was called to order by Mayor Alexander with the following Councilmen present: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, 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. 30, 1972. The minutes of the meeting of Nov. 20, 1972 were read and approved. Moved by Studier, seconded by Robinson that the ap- plication of Robert Curie for a garbage haulers license be accepted and approved and license issued. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. Moved by Kile, seconded Meier that Richard J. Elliott be hired as Zoning Enforcement Officer effective Jan. 1,1973 at a salary of $200.00 per month. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. Upon the recommendation of the Aging of Activities Advisory Committee Mayor Alexander appointed Rev. Ted Dodd as Aging Activities Director to handle the Mea)s on Wheels program and other necessary duties of the Office of Aging Activities at a salary of $2.50 per hour, subject to a maximum of three hours per day six days per week. Moved by Kile, seconded by Meier that the appointment be approved. Yea: Kile, Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. The following claims were read: Ernest Bridwell, salary 250.46 Galen A. Cook, salary 197.12 Barney Crook, salary 201.83 T. V. Dugger, salary 62.47 Dale E. Dtmn, salary 164.09 Wilford Lemke, salary 189.40 Emery Martin, salary 250.07 Floyd Mendenhall, salary 197.68 Donald Meyer, salary 71.25 Leon Morris, salary 195.68 Cecil Stuck, salary 216.29 Julene Sullivan, salary 48.68 Richard Sullivan, i i [ Ernest Bridwell, salary 199.81 Bettie Bruns, salary 48.54 Galen A. Cook, salary 197.12 Barney Crook, salary 217.43 T. V. Dugger, salary 22.75 Dale E. Dunn, salary 123.50 Wilford Lemke, salary 181.51 Emery Martin, salary 431.70 Rosella Martin, salary 28.44 Floyd Mendenhall, salary 183.44 Donald Meyer, salary 64.59 Leon Morris, salary 195.68 Samuel F. Seever, salary 142.20 Charlie Stineman, salary 68.28 Cecil Stuck, salary 164.01 Julene Sullivan, salary "48.08 Richard Sullivan, salary 151.65 Robert Webbe r, salary 201.83 W. L. Willcox, salary 31.63 Ruby Young, salary 115.69 Ideal Market, , supplies 14.28 Christensen & Son., Inc., parts 1.81 Superior Motor Parts, Inc., repairs 24.85 Alexander Motors, Inc., service and repairs 125.40 Beclders Cloth/rig Co., officers cap 7.95 Lincoln Tel & Tele Co., phone service 91.90 York County Ambulance Service, ambulance service 65.00 J. P. Nielsen, repairs and service 89.45 The Superior Express, pro- ceedings and supplies 258.32 Farmers State Bank, withheld taxes 1,025.25 The Hastings Daily Tribune, classified ad 3.75 City Light, & Water Dept., service 1,404.99 Hotel Leslie, answering service 60.00 Deuel Pharmacy, dance wax 3.20 Mid-Nebraska Oil Company, gas 5.76 Mid Nebraska Oil Company, gas 111.93 Bankers Life Company, Firemen life insurance 77.70 Standard Oil Company, gas 275.00 Shuck Engineering Co., Inc., work at dump 60.v0 Richard Sullivan, travel expense 50.00 Midwest Communication Service, Inc., work on transistor 33.06 F. R. Scott, alcohol tests 32.00 Shaw-Barid-Stubbs, Inc., boiler insurance 14.00 The Gas Service Co., gas for Oct. 65.79 Nuckolls County Hospital, blood test 1O.00 Elmer Druha, haulin trash 26.00 Williams Exterminating Co., pest control 7.00 Lincoln Equipment Co., repairs 302.37 Lee's Champlin Service, gas .293.90 Mid-America Dairymen, Inc., city share of repairs 11,022.40 Blue Cross & Blue Shield, group insurance 353.30 Geo. L. Whitney, jr., salary and postage and supplies 183.65 Mrs. Cecil Thompson, salary 22.26 Ernest Bridwell, salary 50.95 Norman Disney, salary 2.37 Kay Gakle, salary 32.23 Les Jensen, salary 3.55 Tom Joy, salary 68.0 i i i i i COMPARE the Other Price COMPARE the Other Features COMPARE the Other Deal Then Drive INTERNATIONAL THE OTHER PICKUP! Here's the other idea In pickups--with features like a collapsible steering column as standard equipment, a gas tank mounted outside the cab. A choice of 13 body colors, 4 uphols)er tones, 3 different interiors, You'll probably want the worksair conditioning, tinted glass, stereo tape deck. too, 1973 engines include a six and two V-8'sup to 392 cubes! mm LET'S TALK PICKUPS J LET'S TALK TRADES! -- MMM - COME IN TODAY! ,,, ChrJstensen & $o, 1,1 Phone 879-3221 Superior, Nebr. I I II II I salary Willard Springer, salary Ed Wharton, salary Woerner Ford Tractor, repairs Mid Nebraska Oil Co., tires Werner & Son, armour coat gravel Superior Deshler Com- pany, propane Lincoln Equipment Company, repairs Lincoln Equipment Company, repairs 106.57 Superior Motor Parts, Inc., repairs 77.21 Sidles Company, repair parts 7.57 Superior Machine Shop, iron and wheels 6.60 Century Laboratories, Inc., supplies 44.79 Century Laboratories, Inc., supplies 81.04 B & S Tire Market, repairs and supplies 120.60 Coakley Industrial, grease towels 4.50 The Superior Insurance Agency, Inc., insurance on park buildings 116.00 Moved by Kile, seconded by Robinson that the claims be allowed as read. Yea: Kil G Long, Meier, Robinson, Studier, Woerner. The meeting adjourned. Fredrick Alexander Mayor George L. Whitney, jr., City Clerk Highland.. Mrs. Clint Richardson and her pupils of the Highland School District 66 entertained the patrons of the district with a Christmas program Monday evening. It was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Don Follmer and Mrs. Run Porter attended the Altar Society Christmas party and gift exchange Wednesday evening. 114.06 II/ / 1 ]} ]! BEWARE i }I, } ( I Ill Iltl =,oe 'i 305.00  .....  "17.10 /. " 9'. 91.3 and Mrs. John Oltman Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter and family were Christmas Eve supper guests of Mrs. Raymond Porter. Rawley Keim visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Keim, in Hastings Thursday. Hine Haidsiak and Arthur Haidsiak were pre-Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Fern Cassell and Don Sunday. Mrs. Fern Cassell and DOn were supper guests of Mrs. Helen Haidsiak and Larry in Hastings Thursday evening. Mrs. Louis Keim visited Thursday in Hastings with her daughter, Mrs. Gene Wagner, and family. Jewell County Hosts Beef Cow School A two-day beef cow school will be held Jan. 8 and 15 at the Buffalo Roam Steak House, Mankato. The program will start at 10:30 a.m. and adjourn at approximately 3:00 p.m. each day. The program on Jan. 8 will emphasize beef cow nutrition. Topics for discussion will in- clude: energy, protein and supplement requirements for various feeds; feeding dry cows, yearlingheifersand cows nursing calves; and feeding the bull. The second day, will em- phasize reproduction and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter, Mrs. Ralph McKevitt, Mr. and Mrs. Verle McKevitt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter and family enjoyed a pre-Christmas supper and gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Raymond Porter Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Troudt were hosts at their family Christmas supper and gift exchange Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis FoRmer and son, Mike Follmer of Kearney and Diane of Lincoln were supper guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Follmer, and family Christmas Eve. Don Oltman of Amerilla, Texas, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Henry Oltman, in Superior and other relatives. They were dinner guests of Mr. a.m. to 12:00 noon. i; tnday, I The three-year deadline, af '45 a.m.; age 65, on signing up for Bethany medical insurance part = v. Edw Medicare has been eliminal today, I by the 1972 Social Secud 30 a.m.; Amendments. Now any e]igib lendav J person age 65 or older can enr c. 'n du mg the general enrollm[kinP period January through Msenesda 1973 Premiums will be *'-Ed lq creased by 10 percent for er . and year past age 65. :Tand m, .... ,,, |ere las BOWLING Iitors of Itoran | The Nev Matinee League ld their el" Tu won  . Superior Bowl 54 [ es ha, Superior Floral ich rev American Legion  .i/pasty M.r a Tom's Peanuts 35  .;: Superior Jewelers 21  tense Hardy Gals ..  Imnsen at Individual high gam: " age M ' --lib move arming H tthe Goc series: Berniece Mont=omerYi | 202 and 522; team high g| and series: Superior Bow1, . _ . and 2,594. Mickey Ehi e unr: converted the 4"6--10 sndaev a Donna Shel]hase the 6-7-10-tl m y Doris Miller the 3-6-7-I0 LnndaBY  ..... .ry Classical Leagae :,EnycaCh; won " ; Toni s Queens 31 17"  f Seever's 30  . A. JC Drake's TV 22 Mavy. arri Mid-Am   aval lta. Security Bank   nd tl , -- aatives Christnesen s 13 ' Pam '- High individual game. N "ning Utecht, 206; high indivi|, _ ,an(lmo series: Nancy Utecht, 557; |,.h ....... team game: Doctor's Dolljm " 927; high team series: Vocui.aa_ TM Dollies, 2,681. Nancy U-,..m. tz "1 bowling on Doctor's DollI@ wnrmm team with an avrfage of i4.e.horv bowled games of 206-167-164 "- Mrs. . a total of 557, new high of d Chr tmuer season. breeding. Topics for cross lidays breeding programs, Leadership of a mule ', w crossbreeding results from herd is usually assumed by..em., federal meat animal research old doe rather than a buck. l'f " Y station, calving problems, care Money collected as fines Maal I of the bull and using youn violations of fish and game lawe cht, bulls, in Nebraska goes to coaSter'.an( Attendance will be limited to school funds. e, n aea 35.  1=  g-la - Sun& d dinn m o. . o. Everything in Store ,t-.,,. I Except frankona Pottery i,Learlml ! | Dec. 26 tO Dec. 30 "/ ii:Etrmon 00:l00ur,00y ts in Edgar Var=ety I Bob and Theda Shaw ":'er an m Phone 224.3345 !etersen m i y i ,Pvt. eersen g! ': de  ;:;I Willa 9 Judge newsp profes thems intern the tOl In the journ Of ovo in the ...: , ' __ nolu( : ,x.  Prize / : Paper ' :i ':: Monit /: "  Just / ) ..:: ....... ::\\; :" ** :,. , :*:-; / :.,-"  .... ,. i: . . to ?o# t# Ml yoer ve#tue$ of the #mm ?ecrt i I Nllme. 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