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2_A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 9, 1992 i ii ii eLocals ......... Olive Hill News i By Mrs. Lonle Haseme.ver Jr, There were 24 present at the New Year's Eve party at the Olive Hill Church. Pastor Lester Snyder led the can- dlelight service. Susan Wioslow and Gloria Garman planned the party and entertainment. Dec. 22 the caroling party met at the church with 19 present. William Cool is a patient at Brodstone Memorial Nuckoils County Hospital, Superior, being admitted Saturday evening. Verdena Stone is still hospitalized at the Saint Francis Hospital, Topeka, and is improving. This communi received a nice rain Saturday night totaling .60 of an inch. Pastor and Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Tabitha and Billy Joe left for their home at Zumbro Falls, Minn., Monday after being houseguests for one week at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Vernon Mohler. Mr. and Mrs Jim Bauer, Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Shroyer, Blake and Phillip Saturday through Monday. The Bauera were Monday overnight and Tuesday guests at the Mohler home and left New Year's morning for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Dew Stansbury, Ionia, were Monday visitors of Della Roe. New Year's Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mc- Cutcheon, Shane, Krystal and Justin and Mr. and Mrs Roger Wilton Sr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles at a Superior cafe were Pastor and Mrs. Lester Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Roesti and family and Mr. and, Mrs. Dennis Garman. Jerry and Gary Hasemeyer and Eric and Travis Rogers attended a sale at Beloit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton, Gall Hudiburgh, Faythe Htldibur[[h and Kimberly, JennaLee and David Harris were New Year's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Green, Valexie and Ryan, York, came Sunday morning to visit Mrs. William Cool, Tonya and Jerry and Mr. Cool at Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital, Superior. Mrs. Larry Hale and David, Juniata, visited her mother, Dee Ross, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Barleen, St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton. Later in the evening Terry Mc- Cutcheon and Shane were visitors at the Wilton home. Mrs. Vernon Molder was a New Year's Day visitor of Mrs. }ill Andrews and Billy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Barleen, St Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton Jr., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton St. to honor the birthdays of Mr and Mrs. Roger Wilton Jr. Eric and Travis Rogers were Friday overnight and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Lonie Hasemeyer Jr and family Melissa and Lacey Ward were Saturday guests. Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Molder and Mrs Bill Andrews were supper guests of Billy Andrews. They had a gift exchange. Guide Rock UMW meet Thmmday Guide Rock United Methodist Women met last Thursday at 2 p.m., at the church annex with 11 members present President Shirley Simpson began the .meeting with "A Poem of Thanks," written in acrostic by Jeanette Beck, Silver Creek. Reports were given by Lois Giger on the sick and hospitalized, by Evelyn Crews, who read Mother Teresa's statement on the worlds' greatest sin, and by Edythe Shipman, who thanked mem- bers for their generous help during the year's she has served as mission coordinator for supportive community. Letters were read from the president of the women's division, Sally Graham Ernst, Nebraska Youth Council and Nebraska conference United Methodist Women president, O'Dean Coleman. "Women of the Bible" was scheduled for Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. Mission study, "Living Values and Changing Time," will be led by Faye Wilcox at 9 a.m., March 5, and include a salad luncheon. Mrs. Giger was asked to represent the unit March 6 at World Day of Prayer held jointly with the Baptist Women. Wanda Schriner was asked to assume the duties of secretary of program resources in ad- dition to her duties as vice president. It will be recom- mended to the pastor that "One Great Hour of Sharing Sunday" be combined with UMW Sunday March 29. Shirley Simpson led the program, 'Time to Deliver," which placed Mary, Mother of Jesus, in our town, pregnant, poor, husbandless and homeless. Members discussed how they could help meet the needs of such a mother to be should there be someone in our area. Refreshments committee,. Twila Sahagian and Lois Crews, served lunch. The unit dismantled church "Christmas decorations following the meeting. I B/? A PHONE 402-879-4324 ' 307 N Central Superior, Neb. Stop in and treat yourself to a new shirt/// All shirts are 20% oft!! New selection of transfers arriving soon! Call today and have a balloon delivered to that special friend. We have bou-' quets of colorful balloons toput with a mug or our delicious gourmet candy[ I i I CREST Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska Starts Friday, Jan. 10 , i i i[ CINEMA I i Boxoffice opens 7:00 Showtim 7:30 One Show Only Adm: Adults $3.25 Kids & Senior Citizens I I IIW_/cards ] "751111 CINEMA II The CSAVEN'S for peace p00fl"l00ti: has begun. NTAIRN ,., [] , COUNIIY | i l I II{lll I I IIllll I I I Ill II On VIDEO*On VIDEO*On VIDEO Dur latest releues on video: Backdraft, iFantasia, Mortal Thoughts, What About Bob?, One Good Cop, OFeatures Dr. John Tyler, Rialto, Calif., visited his pareni, Tony and Helen Tyler, and family for the holidays. David and Dec Oswald recently returned from an Ambassads trip to Australia and New Zealand. The Oswalds are former residents of Superior. i CommunityEvents Life Lin Guests of Margaret Myers Merna Wester and Paul ]FLM# Sunday, Dec. 29, were Mr. and Carver were New Year's Day Joe Thompson is a December Mrs. Dave Brainerd, Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Drapel, Kristin and Alisa, Edmond, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Myers, Trevor, Matt and Kaleb, Crete, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Myers, Nathan and Lydia, Grand Island, and John Myers, Omaha. James Bauer graduate or Kansas University with a bachelor of science to retire Friday degree in history and philosophy of science. He will take part in the May 1992 commencement exercises at K.U. Joe and his wife, Mary, live at Baldwin City, Kan. Olive Morris returned home Saturday after visiting for three weeks with her daughters, Sherry Brown and her husband, Ken, Lillian Johns and her husband, Bill, her granddaughter, Angola Brown, andher great-granddaugh- ter, Alisha Brown, all of Nampa, Idaho. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paul, Meridian, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim York, Boise, Idaho. Her daughter, Lillie Shellhase, and granddaughter, Olivia, met her in Hastings. James Bauer, Lincoln Telephone exchange manager at Hebron will retire Friday with more than 43 years of service. He joined the company as a combinationman in Hastings in 1948 and transferred to Superior in 1949. During 1952 and 1953 he was on a military lea|e of absence, serving in the Pa|ama Canal Zone. He Iraferred to Hebron in 1975 whtn he was promoted to ex- change manager. Bauer is a member of the Hebron Rotary Club, where he served as president, the Masonic Lodge, American Legion and the Frank H. Woods Telephone Pioneer Association. I Nora Local News By Meta Stiles Sunday guests of Vella Bauman for a belated Christ- mas dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Cox and family, Lin. coln, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cox and family, Hastings, Pamela Nielsen and daughters, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. David Cox and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Arlyce Cox and Don, Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Cox, Nelson and Randy Bauman. Ruby Keith left Dec. 15 for Wichita, Karl. for a short visit with her son, Carl, and Lyla Keith. She went by plane to visit her son, Charles Keith, Mrs. Keith and daughters at Mon- tgomery, Ala., and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Tim Keith at Phenix City, Ala. She returned to Wichita and on home last Monday. Roger and Sue Williams, Tyler, Lance and Sarah went to Kearney New Year's Eve where they met Gregg and Cinda Jeosen, Ryan and Nikki, 0rd, and Mike and Debbie Corman, Kendra and Blake, Taylor. The group stayed overnight and visited part of New Year's Day. Last Monday evening Roger and Sue Williams, Tyler, Lance and Sarah and Denny and Lorene Lanham, Darrin, Becky and Cathleen had supper at a cafe and later went to the Lanham borne to visit and show pictures of vacations. Friday evening visitors of Alvin and Edna Epley were Lee and Judy Vieselmeyer and Avery, Davenport. Sunday the Epleys attended an open house at Blue Hill for Roy Alber's 75th birthday. Marlin and Lisa Meyer, Julie Meyer and Lyle Meyer were Sunday dinner guests of Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kulek, Superior, were Friday evening visitom of Bill and Melba Lynch. Lonnie and June Jones and family attended a potluck dinner following church service at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Ruskin, and later a baby shower for Mathew Lewis, son of Pastor Daniel and Beth Knief, at the church basement. New Year's Day dinner guests of Adella Gehors were Don and Helen Gebers, Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie and Dave and Sherry Gehers and Stacia. Walt and Margaret Williams were among others at a card party New Year's Eve as guests of Ivan and Fern Troudt, Nelson. Monday evening of last week Ruby Keith was among others as supper guests of Freda Hamel. Her New Year's Day supper guests were Neva Malpert, Frieda Frahm and Nell Cowsky. Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie, Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia and Roger and Cathy Biltoft and family were New Year's Day evening guests at the home of Phil and Diane Webrman and family. Mrs. Roy Stutzman went to Great Bend, Kan., Friday to visit her daughter, Cori, and Jerry Dirks, Chris and Jessie the rest of the week. Earl and Pat Laubam, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rust, Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs.-Clay Meyer were New Year's Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stone. Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie attended the funeral for Mrs. Gebers' uncle, Arnold Rngge, at Auburn Friday. New Year's Day evening guests of Kevin and Carol Wulf and Jen to watch the Nebraska- Miami football game were Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf and sons, Guide Rock, and Steve and Dixie Bargen and family, SU or. Alvin an>orID Friday evening Thompsen and sons were visitors. Saturday evening the Wulfs were supper guests of his parents, Kenneth and Loretta Wulf, Guide Rock, t6 visit an aunt, Leila Rose, Chuck and Roy, Papillien. New Year's Day evening guests of Irvin and Murlenc Schleufer and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Ray and family, Superior. Cleo and Ruth Thayer at- tended the wedding of Debbie Bushnell and Matthew Whit- more Saturday afternoon at the Church of Christ, Superior, and the reception at the Elks. Dave and Sherr Gebers and Stacia were among other relatives as supper guests of Harold and Lorraine Hefts Friday. Sunday Buffet visitors of Mrs Bill Andrews. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Salina, were guests of his sister, Mrs. Andrews, and they visited Bill Andrews at the Good Samaritan Center and Billy Andrews at his apartment. Later the Smiths took Mrs. Andrews out for lunch. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Andrews and Billy went to Mankato where they visited Dora Lee Thomp- son at the Long Term Care, Jewell County Hospital, and called at the home of Zatha Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece. Mrs. Andrews visited Merna Wester Monday, Dec 23. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fricke and Ryan, Great Bend, were Saturday, Dec. 21 overnight and Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Bill Andrews. The Fricke family had been to Hastings where they attended the Fricke tamily Christmas with his mother, Burdetta Fricke, Cindy and other relatives Friday evening, Dec. 20. Sunday af- ternoon Mrs. Andrews and the Fricke family visited Bill An- drews at the Good Samaritan Center and the Frickes en- tertained the residents by singing together. Saturday morning, Dec. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bougher, Gove, Kan. arrived at the Andrews home to share the day with her grand- parents. They and Mrs. An- drews had dinner with Mr. Andrews at the Good Samaritan Center. Saturday evening Mrs. Andrews and Billy, the Boughers and the Fricke family attended a Christmas get- together and supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Shroyer, Blake and Phillip near Superior. Billy Andrews was a Christmas Day guest of his mother. Thursday, Dec. 26, Pastor and Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Tabithe and Billy Joe, Znmbro Falls, Minn., were supper guests of his grand- mother. Tabitha was an overnight guest and Friday the two went to the center where Tabitha sang for the residents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pedersen, La Crecenta, Calif., Mr. and Mrs Rex Pedersen and Leta, Hawthorne, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Max Pedersen, Lakewood, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Van Shotzman and Marcy, Idaho Falls, Idaho, visited relatives and friends in the area over Christmas and New Years. The Pedersens were honseguests of the Vic and Lars Pedersen families and the Shotzmans were guests of the Lee Hansen family, while in the Superior area. The family Christmas dinner was last Sunday at the Minden Community Center, hosted by the Nelson family. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Rex.Pedersenand Leta, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pedersen, Lakewood, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Van Shotzman and Marcy, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Angle Nelson, Brandi and Buffy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson, Kirsten and Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Horine, Randall and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Siosel and Marie Nelson, Minden, Ruth Crispin, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Neill, T.J. and Benjy, Alberta Bagley and Gary Pedersen, Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pedersen, Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pedersen, Michael, Nancy and Ezra, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hansen, Chad and Holly, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, Hildreth, were afternoon visitors. Jan. 13 Through J Monday: bun, pickles, pineapple, scho, chocolate cake, Tuesday: noodles, mashed peaches, butter, milk. Wednesday: blanket, corn, made cookie, milk. garlic bread, milk. Friday: Sausage tuce with dressin school-made chocolate milk. Hospital Plan eb, 14 wedding Lcsli Ryan and Wade Towne, Auburn, announce plans for a Valentine's Day wedding. The bride-to-be is a 1987 graduate of Superior High School and graduated from Cloud County Community College, Concordia, with an applied science degree. She is employed at the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, Auburn. Towne, a 1986 graduate of Nelson High School, graduated from Southeast Community College with a degree in electronic engineer- ing technology and is employed at the Cooper Nuclear Station, Brownvillc. Parents of the couple are Paul and Dee Ann Hutchinson, Webber, Danny and Frieda Ryan, Ontario, Ore., and Floyd and Sandra Towne, Nelson. Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zadina were Kraig Zadina, Tricia and Tyler, Littleton, Colo., Kevin and Angle Zadina, .Hastings, Bob and Kim Emery, Brock, Brooklyn and Bret, Ottawa, and Kurt and Alice Zadina, Adam, Rachel and Abby, Lincoln. Bernetha Lake and Elsie Zadina, Mankato, joined them Dec. 28. Weight, smoking control clinic planned here Those who tried to stop smoking "cold turkey" or lose weight know how painful it can be. Now the people at Directional Consulting are offering, what they say is a "painless" way to quit smoking and lose weight. Directional Consulting In- stitute has been instructing and researching in the field of hypnosis for more than 16 years, and one of their certified hypnotherapists will he the featured speaker at the Leslie Coffee Shop', Superior, Monday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. "Some people spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on gadgets and gimmicks to help them stop smoking or lose weight. DCI explains, "but we have managed to keep our price much lover, and our students EMT-A course don't have to suffer when they throw their cigarettes: away or territory. ' during weight loss. Hypnosis She is a daughter of Mr. and has been used to control pain Mrs. Gerald Boyles, Burr Oak. and strengthen the will for generations. We have refined Southeast Dean's List the technique so that smokers Amber Combs, Superior, and and dieters can use it as well." Jcancttc Harms, Chester, were Watch The Express for a.n among the 87 Southeast Commu- advertisement giving additional nity College, Beatrice, students to information, be named to the dean's list for the fall semester. Dec. 31--Girl, Jim Roberts, Hardy. Admissions Dec. 31: Exal Hardy; Daisy Louis Nelson, SuperiG Jeosen, Nelson; ber, Nelson; Red Cloud; Kendall Courtland; Homer Nelson; Howard Nelson Jan. 1: Shirley Nelson. Jan. 2: Brenda Rock; Alphonse Lawrence; Perry Lebanon; Ethel Superior; Betty Nelson; Ruth Cloud. Jan. 3: Evelyn Nelson; Elmer Superior. Jan. 4: Thora Ruskin; William Cool, Jan. 5: Matthew Superior. Jan. 6: Cynthia Deweese. offered Jan. 21 Jan. 7: Robert Superior; Vernon An Emergency Medical Byron; Raymond technician-Ambulance (EMT- Lawrence. A) combination bridge and Dlmissals refresher course will be offered Dec. 31: Vivian Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 Formoso; LaVonne to 10 p.m. at the Superior Public Suverior: Marjorie Safety Building begininng Jan. Edgar; Glenn Oltmans,  21. lulda Fringer, Red The course is sponsored by Jan. I: Gladys Central Community College- Nelson; Kendall Hastings Campus and the Courtland; Jenclle Nebraska Department of baby, Byron. Health Emergency Medical Jan. 2: Arva Mac Services Division. Participants Superior; Anna G may choose between the bridge Superior Good Sam course which spans the area Center; Robyn Robe between the 81-hour and 110- baby, Hardy; Molly hour EMT-A courses, or the Hubbell, Shirley (; refresher course which meets Nelson. certification renewal Jan. 3: Almeda Sue O requirements. Cloud; Margaret Preregistratiou is requested. Superior; Brenda Sha Boyles receives Rock; Orval pal Superior Good Sag IBM sales award Home; Opal Ant Gayla Boyles, a supply sales Superior; Perry l representative of Eakes Office Lebanon, Kan.; Louis' Products Center of Hastings, Superior; was recently named Lexmark- Jan 5: Howard M IBM salesperson of the month Nelson; Exal Zoltenko, for a four-state region. Elmer Rempe, Sul The award is based on out- Zachary Bohling, Byro standing achievement in the Jan. 6: William areas of supply revenue, new Superior; Homer We accounts and orders and in- Nelson. Death: HermaP novative marketing. Superior. Boyles has worked for Eakes Jan. 7: Matthew ! for four years. She covers Superior; Betty Ad! Hastings store's eastern rural Nelson; Cynthia l Deweese. LWML has saJ supper Sund Dec. 5 St. Peters L Women's Missionary , Davenport had a salsa All ladies of the conjP were invited. Sixteen and four guests atte For entertainment Pfeifer told stories Baked Chicken Roast Pork Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $ 500 Children $400 over Tax under 10 Tax Included Included ,6oo Included Saturday Evening Special T-Bone S69g ' Prime Rib Ta? Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea --:--:---- ..:. .. Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (gQ Hamburger ...................... " --Plus Tax and French Fries ""90 Salad Bar ............................ 1' 2 Plus All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, S-pack ...... $1.99 VIDEO HOURS: Mort. - Thur. 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday 5 to IO p.m., Sat. & Sun. 2 to IO p.m. Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. HAMBURGER FRY Friday, Jan. 10 Serving 5 to 8:30 p.m. Hamburgers $1 French Fries 50 Cheeseburgers $1.25 Carry-Out: Hamburgers $1.50 Cheeseburgers $1.75 Saturday, Jan. 11 Brenda Flinn 8:30 p.m. - 12:30 am. Thursday, Jan. 16 Stag-Stagette Fries, Games -- 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eagles Club CREST Twin Cinema - Superior, NE 879-3819 Superior, Neb. Guests With Members Welcome HAVING A PARTY ? ORDER a LARGE bucket of beshly popped corn ONLY $1.75 BUTTERED $2.25 Smaller sizes available. Call the. theatre before y.o.u come m aria we'll have It fresh and hot for you. e m Le 1 >ug hr 'ist un( th( )r[ Ill: 'he m( rloc 'i irt $,: r'! at gn Lf ti S ]es DS o Phe pti [d t :h ?re o dc 9 "J Ba vot t rtr ChriStmas carols. ( 'ar " k 1  Col rl:  onq , )ut . \\; PHONE 402-879-t tit t.Open Monday-Satu#l   i IS( evenings !1 Im Total Elega00 1' ast Four St. -  " WIY, 1. N  :-: Make Appointmen ill Phone 402-879-4,:: !11 WALK-INS WELG/:: Hours: Tuesdays, Wo(' F,=y,.;00 1 Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 0[] CLOSED IVI)ND, iii ! Jody Lang00 Owner and Ope