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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 30, 1992 imlmim ij llll i I OLocals i i ( Births I" t ,,; o . i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohling, Ruskin, received word they are great-grandparents of a little girl, Heather Nicole Anderson, born to Scott and Jennifer Anderson, Hinesville, Ga. She weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce Ryan and Heath Focken an- nounce the arrival of a brother, Tremor Christian. He was born Jan. 16 arid weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 193/4 inches long. "aren ts are.] im and Diane Focken, ' Ansley.Grandts.ndDonand Gys Shroyer, Superior, Clar-  and Mary Focken and Patri- cia Custer, Scottsbluff. Ryan and Jenelle Bohling, Byron, announce thebirth of their son, Zachary Taylor, born at Bred- stone Memorial Hospital, Supe- rior, Monday, Dec. 30. He weighed 6 pounds, 1/2 ounce and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are LaVerne and Loyee Warren, Superior, and Loren and Arlene BoNing, Byron. Great-grandpar- ents are Emma Mills, Superior, Marie Poppe, Chester, and Her- man and Frieda Bohling, Byron. Chris and Candy Vallejo, Omaha, are the parents of a son born Friday, Jan. 17. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and has been named Clu'istopher Louis Jr. A sister, Lindsay, 9, and twin broth- ers, Benjamin and Jonathon, 5, welcome him. Grandparents are Dick and Caroline Rempe, Supe- rior, and Louis and Jackie Vallejo, Kansas City, Kan. Hilda Rempe, Superior, is a great-grandmother. Perry and Rhonda Freeman, Penrose, Colo., announce the birth of a son, Christian Zane, bom Jan. 13. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 193/4 inches long. A sister, Natalia, welcomed him home. Grandparents are Ruth Braun, Superior, Hugh and Joan Pridemore, Michigan, and Jesse and Joyce Freeman, Wichita. Mrs. Nels Nelson, Superior, is his great- grandmother. Darren and Kathy Smith, De- shier, are the parents of a son, born Saturday, Jan. 18. He weighed 9 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21  His nameis Bronson Cane. He is welcomed home by a sister, Sunny, 14, and a brother, Cody, 3 l/2. Grandparents are Esther eel l- erich and Lale Oellerich, Daven- M_akenzie Anne Crew was born Jan. 16 at Bryan Memorial Hospi- tal, Lincoln. Her parents are Jim and Julie Crew, Lincoln. She weighed 8 pounds, 101/2 ounces. Grandparents are Edward and Dorothy Svendsen and Beekie Crew, Lincoln. Great-grandpar- ents are Dora Hashage and Greta Svendsen, Nelson, and Mary Ann Bishop, Lincoln. A daughter, Sarah Marie- Larch, was born to Richard and DeeAnne Porter, Nelson, Wednes- day, Jan. 15, at the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hos- pital. She weighed 7 pounds, 15.8 ounces and was 201/'2 inches long. Grandparents are Fred Russell, Rogersville, Tenn., and Ron and LaVeta Porter, Nelson. Great- lrandparents are Jack and Coe ussell, Superior, and Floy Por- ter, Nelson. Electors to fill 9 LBNRD positions Nine of the 17 positions on the Little Blue Natural Resources board will be up for election this year. Incumbents may file for re- election through Feb. 27. New candidates may file through March 13. Positions up for election this year included the places now held by Clarence Rutt, Hastings; Jack Nienaber, Hastings; Leon Davis, Hastings; Ron Ellermeier, Glenvil; Edmund Kucera, Lawrence; Duane Albers, Dav- enport; Vernon Helle, Deshler; and Charlie Shultz, Fairbury. Announce Central College honors Ten students attending Central Community College, Hastings campus, were named to the fall honors list. Campus President's scholars, those with a 4.0 grade point aver- age, included Cynthia Clark, Burr Oak, and Richard Bates, Superior. Dean's honor list students in- cluded Raymond Rischling, Deweese, Timothy Karmazin and erry iman, iarence, Brent tuning and. Nichol Drohman, Nelson, Laura Stutzman, Nora, and John Sloane and Michael Tipton, Superior. pen. Great-grandparents are Ray Smith, Beatrice, and Ernest and Pitch Club has Viola Serge, Deshler. I t Captain and Mrs. Michael Schmidt, Camp LeJuene, N. C., are the parents of a daughter, born Monday, Jan. 6. She has been named Gabrielle Elizabeth. The Scltrnidts have a son, Michael Jr;, to welcome her. The children are great grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Simpson, Guide Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schmidt, Hastings, formerly of Guide Rock. lunch, plays cards The Ruskin Ladies' Pitch Club met at the Broken Spoke Cafe, Ruskin for a noon lunch. In the afternoon they went to the home of Esther Maschmann, where they played cards. Refreshments were served the dlose of the afternoon. Mrs. Maschmarm and Charlotte Christensen shared honors for their mutual Jan. 7 birthdays. Thursday Evening Special Chicken Fned Steak $5 go Baked Potato, Tossed Salad, Roll and Butter, Iced Tea or Coffee plus tax Saturday Evening Special 7 oz. Sirloin Steak o$6 00 Baked Potato, Combination Salad, Garlic Bread or Tea Roll, Iced Tea or Coff plus tax Regular menu available also I n n Superior, Neb. 11 and Video Cente r te Show Only 11 Superior, Nebraska Adm: Adults $3.25 Starts Friday, Jan, 3 1 Kids & Senior Citizens w/cards 1.75 Cinema I 1,1, 1 :::i" DeVITO i Ii [] J q p Nleet . / i: the tudato, r.  Another You, Wild Hearts Cant Be Broken. Point Break, Jungle Fever, Dying Young. COMING SOON- Life Stinks, Mobsters, The Rocketeer. Every week NEW Nintendo's & sUpER Nmtend0's are arrlvtzl,, OFeatures Richard and Angela Crawford, Jacksonville, N. C., left for their home Tuesday after a few days' visit with her mother, Gladys Wilson, Hardy. Mrs. Galen Grurmert (Mildred) is now recuperaffng at home following her dismissal at Bryan Memorial Hospital, Lin- coln, on Tuesday last week. She had major heart surgery there Wednesday, Jan. 15. Vic Pedersen was dismissed from Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital, Hastings, Saturday. He was admitted there last Tuesday and had surgery while there. Ors. Mike Moore and Ken Thompson, Superior, attended the 95th annual convention of the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association. The convention, held at Grand Island, included session accredited toward mandatory continuing education require- ments for license renewal. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Miller from Thursday through Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Howard, Hoodsport, Wash.. They were here because of the death of her mother, Stella Klawitter. Sun- day evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Miller, Amanda and Nick, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Grabast, Cameron and Cristin, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Drohman, Nathan and Sheena, Deshler. Rhonda Ost and daughter were Sunday afternoon, Jan. 19; visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Monday Helen Nell, Courtland, visited with her brother while Mrs. Andrews made a busi- ness trip to Mankato and had lunch was Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece. Tuesday Mrs. Andrews called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler. Callers in the Andrews home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoard, Courtland, Sara We!bourn, Kellie and Ivory and Billy Andrews. Sunday after- noon Mrs. Andrews and Billy visited in the home of Merna Wester. Guide ]Rock men have breakfast Twenty men gathered at the First Baptist Church, Guide Rock, Saturday morning for the monthly fellowship breakfast. The town represented were Burr Oak, Supe- rior, Hardy and Guide Rock. Lonnie Arrants prayed with opening prayer. The Rev. Nor- man Pracher gave the devotions. The Rev. Marvin Palmer closed with prayer. The cooks were Bud Smith, Bud Donlinger and Kcith Hart- man. On Dean's List Mindy Blair has been named to the dean's list at Northwest Mis- souri State University, Maryville, Me., for the fall semester. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair, Hardy. Life Lin Community_ Events Officers installed at the Olive Chapter, OES, are (back row, from left) Clifford Young, DeWayne Aberg, Helen Edenbum, Genevieve Ebsen, (third row) Winona Henk, Leone Paulsen, Yetieve Nielsen, Josephine Young, (second row) Ellen Wheeler, Alberta Hicks, Margene Shuck, (front) Chauncey Mickelsen, Esther Mickelsen, Billy Maxey and Merle Hayes. Olive Chapter, OES, installs new officers Monday evening The regular meeting and in- patron, as installing chaplin. stallation of new officers of Olive Chapter, No. 63, Order of Eastern Star, was Monday evening. Billy Maxey, worthy matron, presided. Josephine Young, sickness and distress chairman, reported send- ing get-well cards to Mabel Cran- dall and Yeteive Nielsen and sympathy cards for the families of Ron Crandall and Bob Brown. It was reported Gwen Huber had fallen and broken her shoul- der and that graveside services for Alice Brown, who died Jan. 13, will be Feb. 3, 2:30 p.m., at Hub- bell. Correspondence read was a notice of the annual chili supper Feb. 22 at the Masonic-Eastern Star Home for Children in Fre- mont. The proceeds will help fund the 4-H Club projects of the home. Sarah Yokel, Friend, the.grand chapter supervisor, will visit Ol- ive Chapter in February. An invi- tation was received from Hastings Acacia Chapter, NO. 39, to attend its installation of Officers Jan. 18 and from Grand Island,, Andrew Chapter, to attend the installation of officers Jan. 25. A moment, of silence was ob- served for Mable Crandall and Alice Brown,both past matrons, and Louise Skeen, past grand matron, 1964-65. The charter will be draped at the next meeting. The January birthday of Ye- teive Nielsen was observed and "Happy Birthday" was sung. After the close of chapter, an open installation of officers was conducted. Bonnie Colgrove, Salina, past matron, was install- ing office. She was assisted by Veva Ferebee, Nelson, past ma- tron, as installing marshal, Dorothy Ferebee, Nelson, past matron, installing organist; and Donald Colgrove, Salina, past Total Elegance 122 East Fourth St. - Superior, Neb. Make Appointments Now Phone 402-879-4442 WALK-INS WELCOME Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Mondays , Jody Langer, owner and operator Sunday Buffet Roast Beef ,60o and Meatloaf ,nc,oded Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 end'S OO Children $4 ,O0 over - Tax under 10 , Tax Included Included Saturday Evening Special Officers installed were Billy Maxey, worthy matron; Merle Hayes, worthy patron; Esther Mickelsen, associate matron; Chauncey Mickelsen, associate patron; Margene Shuck, secretary; Ellen Wheeler, treasurer; Yeteive Nielsen, conductress; Josephine Young, associate conductress; Helen Edenburn, chaplin; Pearl Langer, organist; Leona Paulsen, Ruth; Alberta Hicks, Esther; Genevieve Ebsen, Martha; Winona Henk, Electa; DeWayne Aberg, warder; and Clifford Young, sentinel. Rhoda Aberg and Nora Gillilan were absent because of illness and will be installed Living Faith plans video series Feb. 2 Living Faith Fellowship Church will be viewing the video series, "Parenting--An Attitude of The Heart," by Dr. Ross Campbell, author of "How To Love Your Child." The first show- ing will be Sunday, Feb. 2, at 5 p.m. These videos will focus on how to improve the emotional envi- ronment provided for the children at home by improving the atti- tudes of parents. The series tells how life can be demanding at times with pressures mounting every day at work, school and with other family members. The public is invited: A nurs- ery and children's church will be provided, according to Pastor Prime Rib Plus or T-Bone tJ Tax Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. _lQn Hamburger ...................... P,us Tax and French Fries  ._ __ Salad Bar ............................ 4,., Plus All You Can Eat Tax Coca,Cola and 7 Up, S-pack ...... $1.99 Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. Volunteers needed to take orders for Daffodil Days Recruiting volunteers for the American Cancer Society's spring activities is a priority during the next few weeks, the Nuckolls County Unit decided at its meet- ing Thursday. Volunteers are needed imme- diately to take orders for daffodils for the annual Daffodil Days. Orders must be received by Feb. 22, so flowers will be available for Daffodil Sunday, March 22. De- lofts Hoefs and Connie Dean are chairmen for the event. They are seeking a volunteer from each church in the county to take orders from congregational members. Other volunteers will canvass businesses for advance orders. Community chairmen are also needed for Nelson, Lawrence and Hardy, Hoefs said. LaMira Mueller, one of the chairman for the Cancer Cruise April 1-8, said she and Sherryl Zoltenko, the other chairman, are recruiting volunteers to go door- to-door in all areas of the county for that major fund-raising cam- paign. Materials will be handed out to Crusade volunteers at a kickoff March 31 and the workers will be asked to retum their envelopes at an appreciation brunch April 11. The unit is also planning to participate in the Nutrition March Against Cancer March 19, at which time information will be distributed about eating to reduce risk of certain cancer. Zoltenko, who is unit chair- man, reported last summer's soft- ball tournament had raised $353.25 for the American Cancer Society. The group voted to ask the softball league to continue the tournament as a fund-raiser. Shelley Kuzma, area represen- tative, and Terry Matzen, director of finance, represented the Ne- braska Division at the meeting. Hospital Jan. Dawn Morley, Admissions Mary O'Neill, Jan. 23-Overton rior; Emma Hansen, Jan. 24---Caroline rior; John Wheeland Jan. 25---Jeanine Webber. Jan. 26--Ray Elder Jan. 27Lorin Superior; Zena rior. Jan. 28--Lila later. Following the close of the in- stallation service, refreshments were served in the dining room. The serving committee was Mr. and Mrs. Mickelsen, Mrs. Nielsen and Mrs. Maxey. Name Sheila Jaeb vice president of Lincoln firm Sheila Jaeb, Lincoln, was re- cently named vice president of Express Services Temporary & Pemzanent Personnel, according to Johna Haeffer, president and owner. A native of Superior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Way, she has been with the firm four years. Jaeb has received three promotions while at Express Serv- ices. As divisionmanager, she was instrumental in implementing a 100 percent drug free work force. Numerous national awards have been oresented to Jaeb as well. "Our growth and tenure in the business community has allowed us to realign and better define responsibilities," Haeffner said. "Sheila's expertise in manage- ment, marketing and customer service will facilitate continued growth. The full service person- ncl placement firm has three divi- sions: Temporary help, permanent placement and executive recruit- mont. Patsy Busey. Future showings will be announced at a later date. American Charter reports profit American Charter Federal Savings and Loan has announced a net. income of $2.4 million for the first six months of the company's current fiscal year. A year earlier the company reported earnings of $2.9 million for the same period. Deposits decreased slightly but loan volume in- creased. SuiHva joins accountant firm Teresa M. Sullivan, daughter of Alfred and Janell Hanson, Oak, has recently joined the Salina of- fice of Kennedy and Coe, certified public accountants, as staff ac- countant. She is a Dccemher, 1991, graduate of Kansas State Univer- sity, Manhattan, with a bachelor of science in accounting. A 1986 graduate of Nelson High School, she and her has- band, Matt,reside in Salina. Takes Interim Course Tammy Hoyer, a sophomore education major at Dana College, Crete, is participating in a class known as Religion and Science Fiction during the January interm period between the first and sec- ond semesters. Tammy is the daughter of Leroy Hoyer and the late Joy Hoyer. Sunday, Feb. 16 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Davenport Community Building Davenport, Nebraska Tables $I0 - Floor Rights: $10, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Public Invited - $1 * Lunch Available Door Prizes Gary Miller Ardean Nunnenkamp Rt. 1 Box 92 - Davenport, Neb. 68355 Davenport, Neb. 68335 (402) 364-2335 (402) 364-2346 (402) 364-2178 Days Superior residents at EMS conference Superior residents Gary Blevins, Ronald Gruwell, Diana Kranau, Carol Shamhaugh, Gil- bert Smidt and Betty Wendeln attended the seventh annual win- ter conference on emergency care at Kearney. Nearly 340 participants from 106 Nebraska communities at- tended the event sponsored by the Nebraska Rescue and Emer- gency Care Association, First Responders Emergency Medical Service and Central Community College-Grand Island Campus, University of Nebraska-Keamey and the Nebraska Health Depart- ment Emergency Medical Ser- vices Division. Topics included search and rescue, oxygen therapy and man- agement, patient assessment, farm extrication, water rescue, child abuse and hazardous mate- rials. Bloodmobile in Superior Tuesday One hundred and forty units is the goal for the Red Cross Blood- mobile scheduled for Superior from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday. The bloodmobile will be set- up in the Eagles Club rooms on west Third Street. Appointments and walk-ins will be welcome. One regular donor, when learn- ing the bloodmobile was coming back to Superior, said, "Good! Cookie day is coming." He explained he always looked forward to the bloodmobile visit because local volunteers made and served such good cookies to the donors. Beauty Salon 318 N Central- Superior,Neb. l son; Eugene Schultz, Raymond Ritterling, Norma Hoops, Byron; Guzman, Hardy. Dismissals Jan. 22--Marcia rior; Wilford Stineman Darrell Pahl, Superior, etjen, Jan. Ann Hardy; Muriel Doggett, Hardy; Raymond fence; Lillian Jensen, Jan. 24--Laura Bane maritan Center, Snavely, Superior; Wheeland, Nelson; Hansen, Superior. Jan. 25--Caroline Superior. Jan. 27--Overton perior. Jan. Superior; Mar) Death: Zena Anderson maritan Center, OBrien to Pawnee Courtland Sunday at 2:30, Prof. O'Brien, Kansas State sity, will give a Courtland Communit, The program, "Journey light: Tracking the World of the Pawnee religious and social Pawnee into glimpses of life on several hundred years European contact. O'Brien is a speakers' bureau of thi Committee for the She is the third speaker to the area in recent the Friends of Pawnee Everyone interested in Americans and e, Pawnee are invited to There is no charge and ments will be served.  at th br Health Focus The Jewell Count sponsor an informational public meeting Farmway Credit Mankato, from 11 a.m. p.m. A video focusit a potluck salad An time following art of quilting. to bring a quilt or nurse, will introduce created health Start. The focus of this between Jewell and counties is infan Visits b individual are the baby's birth, hospital and a follow visit. information or to County health office. " TheFarmBureauhaS a video focusir Days" in a baby's is available for interested persons. Thursda The Superior Expm, (USPS yeot. three yeo for 3.00 PHONE 402-879-3730 ) e. in Nebrod end \\;Open Monday-Saturday) . yeo or three yeon for S45.00 dor. Nebraska. $,n,..,db t a Oa,t/,n, /,b ,"'=,%,.",,,=. ....... ,,000000CHIcKEN and ' . // '.. FISH SUPPER '' Serving at 5":?0 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31 I Gospel Btures { I Prizes "; ALL YOU CAN EAT $4.50 nd Sat Children under 12 $2.25- Carryouts $4.50 I Drover and Friend Sat ..y NIF All Meat Carryout $6.00 I Saturd , Feb. 1 IF GUESTS  M EMERS WELIM E I I 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. AMERIbo uA LE I0N II 315NCor, Neb.  West Eilhth Street- Superior, Nebraska  402,879-3814 :i!