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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 30, 1992 Superior honor students named Superior school officials have announced the names of students zchieving high honor roll and honor roll status for the second quarter and first semester of the gchool year. Second Quarter High Honor Roll Seniors: Jeff Autrey, Shawn Barry, Darren Jensen, Andrew Miller, Jay Priefert, Collin Stubbs and Tort Woemer. Juniors: Hilarie Damon, Kristy Hatch, Tamara Hiner, Shelly Laluk, An&ew Mason, Kristin Russell, Corey Scott and Sandy Smith. Sophomores: Shayna Foote, Chris Jackson, Laura N el son, Thad Nobles, Teresa Sullivan, Angle Thompson and Tom Wilhelms. Freshmen:Ben "Hansen, Mandy Hobson, Steve Kirchhoff, Paul Kimminau, Jason Ray and David Riggert. Eighth grade: Molly Boeka, Aaron Cline, Maranda Doreza, Joel Fritz, Molly Hallgrimson, Danelle Jackson, Jake Miller, Kendra Rempe, Nick Turtle, AmberWhite, Kelly Williams and Amanda Wright. Seventh grade: Darcie Chris- tensen, Kate Crowe, Tim Dean, Lex i Ehlers, Josh Heitman, Mack- enzie Hobson, Kara Hoefs, Jodi Kaldahl, Jeff Kirchhoff, Kody Kirchhoff, Alyssa Krause, Phillip Menke, Ricci Rathbun, Justin Ray, Jill Thompson, Brooke Thompsen, Sarah Watson, Amy Wilson and Larmin Zoltenko Honor Roll Seniors: Lora Benjamin, Tif- fany Duncan, Becky Hansen, Andy lteydenberk, Dennis Hoers, Sam Meyers, Todd Smidt, Jim Sullivan and Kerry Sullivan. Juniors: Gena Bagley, Libby Baird,Dana Ehlers, Travis Henk, Stacey Jensen, Kent Kirchhoff, Holly Nelson, Mclissa Rempe, Tiffany Robinson, Meggin Schuster, Dean Tipton and Anna Walbridge. Sophomores: Rachel Meyers, Holly Oman and Phil Sullivan. Freshman: Cletus Commn, Erin Hoefs, Sara Menke, Jamie Prief- err, Laurie Sloane and Dan Sulli- vail. Eighth grade: Jason Bargen, Cecilia Bouray, Tracy Duncan, Cameron Grabast, April Harwell, Jamie Harwell, Hillary Johanson, Darcie Miller and Wade VanMe- ter. 1111 i i i Seventh grade: Roseann Beaty, Adrienne Cline, Jeff Grabast, Holly Hansen, Nick Johanson, Renae Judy, Kyle Kermoade, Kevin Smidt and Jason Kuhlm- ann. First Semester High Honor Roll Seniors: Jeff Autrey, Darren Jensen, Andrew Miller, Jay Prief- err, Collin Stubbs and Tort Woerner. Jtmiors:Hilarie Damon,Kristy Hatch, Shelly Laluk, Andrew Mason, Kristin Russell and Sandy Smith. chS.ohomores: Shayna Foote, kson, Laura Nelson, Thad Nobles, Teresa Sullivan and Angle Thompson. Freshmen: Ben Hansen, Mandy Hobson, Steve Kirchhoff, Sara Menke and Jason Ray. Eighth grade: Molly Boeka, Cecilia Bourav, Aaron Cline, Maranda Dorez Jocl Fritz, Molly Hallgrimson, Danelle Jackson, Darcie Miller, Jake Miller, Nick Turtle, Amber White, Kelly Wil- liams and Amanda White. Seventh grade: Darcie Chris- tensen, Kate Crowe, Tim Dean, Josh Heitman, Mackenzie HobY son, Kara Hoefs, Renae Judy, Jodi Kaidahl, Kody Kirchhoff, Alyssa Krause, Phillip Menke, Ricci Rathbun, Justin Ray, Jill Th- ompson, Brooke Thomsen, Sarah Watson, Amy Wilson and Lannin Zoltenko. Honor Roll Seniors: Shawn Barry, Lora Benjamin, Tiffany Duncan, Becky Hansen, Andy Heydenberk, Deu- nis Hocfs, Sam Meyers, Todd Smidt, Jim Sullivan and Kerry Sullivan. Juniors: Gena Bagley, Libby Baird, Todd Ekart, Tamara Hiner, Stacey Jensen, Kent Kirchhoff, Holly Nelson, Melissa Rempe, Tiffany Robinson, Meggin Schuster, Corey Scott, Dean Tip- ton, Anna Walbridge and Virginia Wendover. Sophomores: Jonnie Andersen, Holly Oman, Phil Sullivan and Tom Wilhelms. Freshmen: Cletus Cornan, Kelly Eitzmann, Erin Hoers, Paul Kinmainau, Cindy Mellott, Tyler Mitchell, Jamie Priefert, David Riggert, Laurie Sloane and Dan Sullivan. Eighth grade: Jason Bargen, Tracy Duncan, Cameron Grabast, April Harwell, Jami Harwell, Hil- aqavaky.00 856 ast 2rid Street * Superior, Nebraska 68978 Treva Shotts NEED HELP? Can't seem to catch up? No Ume? Too tired? House guests coming? I. We can Help! 1 Interested? GIVE US A CALL 402-879-4057 II I I I I I PIOREEmR The Tra. dltlon Contmu00 Pioneer Days February 10-15, 1992 Save 6% on high performing Pioneer' brand products. E3 See your Pioneer sales representative. PIONEER. BRAND. PRODUCTS All sales are subject to me terms of lalng ana sale documents. legistered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. COMM-91-24-2 laryJohanson, KendraRempeand housewarming at Guide Rock at Wade VanMeter. the home of Robert and Hazel Seventhgrade:RoseannBeaty, Ruskin Local News Garman. Sunday evening visitors Adrienne Cline, Lexi Ehlers, Jill at theCombs home were LeoHen- EkarLJeffGrabast,HollyHansen, dricks, Montgomery City, Mo., Nie Johanson, Kyle Kermoade, - and Mr. and Mrs. Garman, Guide Jeff Kirchhoff, Gene Michaud, By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Saturday, Jan. 18,supperguests Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Combs, Kevin Smidt and Jason Kuhlm- Bethany Lutheran Church: in the Marvin Drohman home to Amber and Jan were Sunday din- ann. Pastor Richard Buchholz. Sunday, celebrate the birthday of Mr. ner guests at the home of Amold Feb. 2, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Drohnmn, Julie Williams and and Betty Smith to celebrate the II'en Chapter, tEE worship, 10:30 a.m. Lathan Drohman were Mildred January birthdays of Barb Th- St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Drohman, Mr. and Mrs. Greg omsen and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. instslls o]cers Pastor Daniel Knief. Sunday Drohman and children, and Mr. Other attending were Nell Th- Irene Chapter, No. 207, Order worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, and Mrs. Bryan Williams and omsen, Brooke, Kara and Andrea ofEasternStar, GuideRock, hada 10:15 a.m. Confirmation instruc- farnily, Deshler, Mr. and Mrs. Tim and Jim and Lorraine Smith, stated meeting on Moiagay of last tion Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m. La- Drotunan and sons, Crete, andMr. Sandy, Jessie and Michael. week. After the regular order of dies' Bible coffee at Marie Plum- and Mrs. Brad Drohman and DeWayneandColleenBarleen, business, Twila Sahagian, associ- mer home Wednesdays, 9 a.m. daughter, Hastings. St. Paul, arrived Friday evening ate matron, presented Neva Ruskin Puolic Library hours: Ella Wegener, Deshler, was a for the weekend with her parents, Hunter, worthy matron, andDean Saturdays, 9-11 a.m., Tuesdays, Sunday and overnight guest of Clarence and Ila Wilton. The Hunter, worthy patron, with agift 2-5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge. The Wiltons and Barleens visited from the chapter, pastor Richard Buchholz, Leon Rogges visited with their daugh- Harold and Lama Wilton in the Installationof1992officersfol- Simonsen and T.V. Kastrup at- tcr, lreneGray, Hastings, recently, evening. They went to Harold lowed. Installing officer was Mary tended__, the "Caring for Creation" Linda Dunn and Roger Bad- Wilton's home Saturday evening Ohmstede, past matron; installing cmmary at Grace Lutheran field, Lincoln, were last Sunday and were joined by Roger and marshal, Edythe Shipman, past ChurclL Hebron, last Tursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wilton. Sunday all were din- matron, chaplain, Ramona Wulf, forenoon. Arnold Hansen. Tanya Dunn was net guests of the Harold Wiltons. .[t matron; organist, Clarice Terrance, Kaela and Abby an afternoon caller, and Melanie Other guests were Terry and Jan- Norman, past matron; warder, Jensen were last Friday ovemight Mikkelsen was a Tuesday visitor iceMcCutcheonandShane, Buck LovelWulf, pastpatron;andsenti- guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Dee Ann Petersen and daugh- Woemer, Burr Oak, and Wendy nal, Roy Anderson, past patron, and Mrs. Emil Stichka. tern were Friday visitors. Harris, Superior. They celebrated The officers installed were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Biltoft, Alvin Jensen returned to his the Jan. 27 birthdays oflla Wilton Neva Hunter, worthy matron; Hardy, were last Sunday dinner home Jan. 18, after a few days and Shane McCutcheon. The Bar- Dean Hunter, worthy patron; guests ofhisparents, Mr.andMrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert leensretumedhome late Sunday Twila Sahagian, associate ma- HomerBiltoft.Mondayaftemoon Jensen, Superior. afternoon. tron; Rick Hunter, associate pa- the Homer Biltofts visited Irene Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz Alan Hombussel, Burr Oak, tron; Barbara Ohmstede, seere- Hobleman at the Blue Valley were Sunday evening visitors of and Butch and Diane Reiman and tary; Lela Fausch, treasurer; Clar- Nursing Home, Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen, Amber were visitors of their par- ice Norman, organist; Gerald RecentvisitorsofMr.andMrs. Superior. Florence Bargen, Supe- ents, Edwin and Donna Mary Ohmstede, chaplain; Donna HermanBohlingwereMrs.Wayne rior, was a Monday afternoon guest Hombussel, this week. Mrs. Hom- Fisher, marshal; Louise Fausch, Petersen and daughters, Deshler, in the Schultz home. bussel visited Mrs. Louis Nelson conductress; Judy Ord, associate and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohling, Thursday evening visitors in Thursday morning. She attended conductress; Jacque Shipman, Byron. the Gifford Larsen home were thememorialserviceFridayafter- Adah; Ruth Vogler, Ruth; Evelyn Mrs. Edgar Tietjen and Gertie Ame and Esther Larsen, Hebron, noon for Mr. Nelson at the United Thompson, Esther; Pat Hunter, Hoyer, Hardy, visited Mr. and Mrs. and Marilyn Melvin, Nelson. Methodist Church. Shehad lunch Martha; Emeline Ely, Eleeta; HarveyHansenarecentaftemoon. GiffordLarsenentertainedthe Friday in Superior with her sister, Wendell Ord, warder;, and Rich- Past weekend guests of the following Wednesday evening at Ruth Hesser, and Ann Tedrow, ardEly, sentinel. Hansens were Mr. and Mrs. Larry arestaurantinRedCloud, inhonor Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ham- Roy and Rosemary Anderson Timm and daughters and Mr. and of his wife, Myrna's, birthday: bussel, Emery and Rosella Martin served refreshments during the Mrs. Don Hansen, Gretna. Jim and Myma Sykes, Naponee, and Bud and Dorothea Rogers met social hour. Mr. and Mrs. Jim File and John, Doris and Susie Lowery, for lunch Tuesday. Next regular meeting will be daughters, Courtland, andMr.and Superior, Dennis, Marilyn, Visitors in the home of Elmer Feb. 10. Mrs. Bruce Christensen and chil- Heather and Mike Melvin, Nel- and Lorene Meyer last week were dren took Mr. and Mrs. Willard son, and Les, Joetta, Nate, Shelly Barb and Nell Thomsen, Betty LIFT has cla Christensen to Hardy for a cafe and Shari Brandt. Ebsen, Esther Martin, Pastor Steve dinner Sunday, Jan. 19, to honor Henry Rogge hosted the Fri- Tjarks, Nila and Everett in shirt painting them for their Jan. 21 wedding day morning cafe coffee in cele- Barfknecht, Grace and Sorcn Ladies in Fellowship Together anniversary, bration of his birthday. Thomson, Edith Meyer, Elsie Meyer, Superior, and Hattie Wulf, .,-"I') met in the Fellowship Guide Rock. Carol Mueller was a 1 of the Nazarene Church, Saturday afternoon and overnight Abdal-Bost,ick News visitor. Shirley Wood taught a class in Frank and Esther Martin were sweatshirtpainting.LetaSillshad last Wednesday supper guests of the devotions and Doris Woemer By Donna Mary Hornbussel Ethel Westphal went to Lin- Roy and Aim Lewis. served lunch. Delmar and Marlene Shrontz coin Sunday to visit Matt and Mr. Mark Schranun, "Omaha, Dis- Those present were Gertrude andAndyandBemieceMontgom- and Mrs. Hugo Westphal III and ited Leona Kimminau and Virgil Hancock, Mary Hanson, Alberta cry haJ supper at a cafe Saturday Christina. last Sunday. Mr. Schramm is Mrs. Gutscher, LouiseKorb, LetaSills, evening. They returned to the LesterandSherryWissingwere Kimminau'snephew. Beulah Benbow, Elva McLean, Montgomery home to visit the Fridayeveningvisitorsatthehome Marlin and Lisa Meyer and Shaft and Melissa Love, Ruby remainder oftheevening, of Alfred and Agnes Miller and Cody, Alfred and Mary Ann Skelly, Winnie McNichols, Doris Kassie Swanson was a Friday Jerry. Meyer and Julie, Nora, Lorctta Woerner, Shirley Wood and Dol- dinner and supper guest at the Frank and Esther Martin Dis- Feistner and Hans mad Lillian oresThornton, whoservcsaspresi- home of her grandparents, San- ited friends in Lincoln Saturday Christensen, Nelson, went to dent oft he group, ford and Shirley Swanson. Mrs. and Richard and Jo Tyrell at Mankato Thursday for a care The next meeting will be Fri- Swanson took Blanche Bridwell Waverly. Mrs. Tyrell is Mr. Mar- supper. day, Feb. 14, 8:30 a.m. This will to Nelson Saturday to visit Ernie fin's sister. be the annual love breakfast. Bridwell. Jerry and Ferne Combs were Club meeting NancyMitchell,SmithCcnter, will Ervin and Betty Gemmer at- Tuesday overnight guests at the be the featured speaker. Rescrva- tendedameetingattheSt.Francis homeofMikeandSharonCombs, at Greer home tions need to be made to Dolores Medical Center, Grand Island, Fremont. They went to South The Friendship Extension Thornton by Feb. 10. Sunday afternoon. Sioux City, Neb., Wednesday to Club'sJanuarymeetingwasatthe visit Mrs. Combs' mother, MaNe home of Mary Greer, Edgar. Eight Frye. They returned home Satur- members were present. day afternoon. Mrs. Frye is recu- Committee reports were given The Shnic perating from a bout with pneu- and the 1992 dues were paid. mania at Christmas. Carol Lowery presented the les. Recreation Association John and Linda Combs at- son, "Making Timely Nutritious tended Amber's basketball games Meals," with each person furnish- at Beatrice Tuesday and Saturday. ing a recipe and menu to share in is now taking applications for skating esday evening they attended the the lesson. rink manager. Send your application with name, age, address and tele- 5th Annual phone number to: Webbm, learn. Consignment Simic Recreation Association AUCTION P.O. Box 95 Superior, Neb. 68978 Tuesday, Fob. II Consign your items by Monday, Feb. 3, to get them listed on the sale bill. Remember, no sales lFa/l P,ress tax in Kansas on used machinery. Contact Rich or Denise Behrends 913-752-4031 1 i Glen or Becky Behrends 913-278-2565 Here's A Hilly Refined Offer: Brad or Jalonda Bouray 91B..F0000Ii00D! Save.40ozen Ways On or Dale Uhrmacher John Oeere Oil And filters 40P-.22S.42B2 Save 12 percent on a dozen selected John Deere air, oil, fuel and hydraulic/transmission 0il SAHPLE BALLOT filters. Each is designed and tested to meet John l)eere's BOSTWICK IRRIGATION DISTRICT tested-tough engineering ancl J N N EBRASKA performance standards. And ask about our truckload sale prices on GE N ERAL ELECTION oil, It0. It's a rugged offer that's also well refined. Tuesday, February 4, 1992 Stock up today. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 12% Off IN DIVISION NUMBER THREE (3) NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, OB PrS8on POA. IN ABOVE DISTRICT Orders ,, Mix and Match John Deere Filters BOARD MEMBER C.O.D. Now frill Saturday, Feb. 29, 1992 (3 yr. Term) Q Vote for ONE: Highway 14 North D Leonard Eulin Ebsen Supedor, Nob. 402-879.3276 II I Lovewell-Webber By Mrs. Bert Diamond A large crowd attended the annual family night pot-luck sup- per at the Webber Church Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kleck and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burge were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoles visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Humrich, Smith Cen- ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kuhlmann, Lebanon, Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacob- son and Charlie Smies were Sun- day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Friday afternoon, Jan. 17, and Mr. and Mrs. Gunter Hanson, Jewell, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18. Mr. Blair received word last week of the death of his aunt, MarianKing, Holdrege. Mrs. Henry Smies and Mrs. H.E. Jacobson visited Mrs. Emer- son Worick and Mr. and Mrs. Clede Blacker, Jewell, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and Doug Warren went to Salina Monday for Ivan's check-up and doctor's appointment. He received a good report from the tests and continues to improve from effects of a mild stroke. While in Salina, they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Courter. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren, Longview, Wash., were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan War- ren. Visitors in the Warren home this week have been Quentin Leece, Merlin Warren, the ReD. and Mrs. Billy Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mart, Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Mrs. Willard Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Warren and Melanie and Haley Wilson. Sunday after- noon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Brian Bouray, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- lin Warren and Troy and Doug Warren. Marlene Tobin, Superior, was a dinner guest of Joan Diamond Thursday. A1 Jennings and Mrs. Diamond had dinner Friday with Dolly Jerlnings at the Good Sa- maritan Center, Nelson. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Man" were Mr. and Mrs. Don Suttie, Sioux City, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Dwight, Kan. Mrs. Sut- tie is a cousin of Mr. Marr and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild Tuesday after- noon. Shirley Crane visited them Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren called on Avis Ross and Hildreth Russell Friday aftemoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton, Randall, and Joan Ross visited Hildreth Russell Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris, Mankato, visited her Friday eve- ning. A finance meeting was held at the Webber Church Sunday after- noon. Keith and Dan McKeown, Ruby Burge, Avis Ross and Bob Harvey attended. Willard Merrier and Bert Dia- mond attended the Sinclair town- ship meeting Wednesday morn- ing at Ruth Hobelman's home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray Monday morning. Mr. Diamond attended the State Ex- change Bank directors" meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond were among the guests of the bank for supper Wednesday at a Mankato cafe. June Haskins, Formosa, visited attended the Pike ment games in Mankat0 evening. Their ",tsar theMankatogi Several from the tended the through the week. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mr. and Mrs. supper guests of Mr. Ivan VanMeter per Hoins at a Belleville Mr. and Mrs. and Melva Letourneau, dia, had dinner Tuesday and Mrs. Pat Istas. Mr went to Clay Center, day to be with his Mr. and Mrs. were in Lincoln. of Mr. and Mrs. family, Concordia. Heinen l00dendly meeting Friendly Comers Home Unit met last .the senior center Heinen, hostess. the flag salute, opal devotional chairman, the X'otions. Roll call was by eight members favorite kitchen answers were the stove. President Ivah nounced the unit and Homemakers will be Spring Tea. The is May 8 with Mil host. There will be a quilt salad luncheon at the Credit Union Feb. 10 11 a.m. The unit voted toj again article was read Howland. Joyce Freda Clark gifts from their Designing sweat shirtS craft project for the afternoon. Next meeting is Feb. senior center with as hostess. Nola Bess inducted Hall of Fame A recognition by thc was held in Jan. 11 asa' convention of the Nola Bess Atwood, was Atwood snared this] scvcn othcr to the fairs on county, levels. Outlining the honor, James "'dependable 'fair' volunteers that make their fair an on and smells of a county tending the banquet Mrs. Wendy and Justin, David and Jari T. J. and Kale, and Judy McNulty, Kathleen, Eudora; Sweat, Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Diamond Saturday A ago aftemoon. Count) lent, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter an inductee into the Bookkeepmg and Tax 3rd and Bloom - P.O. 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