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q~m.am,,,.~ ~ '~HE ~!/PER10R EXPRESS Thursday, February 24, 1983 f'F ...................................... " - :~ were Friday evening visitors of Superlo~ 8th Led~'. ~ M~, however; Girls State. She is secretary of Basic Industries. her class, serves as head Several dairy companies [[ r) ~ | I ~r iI Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un- LT&T if derwood , __ . naa uDeet on mmr mma alia cheerleader and ts a member of have expreseed a desire for the DU~" ~.~ LOCal ]~eWS , Mrs " Joan Rehmert, earnings ~ graae cmys have came [mck in the third frame to the Y-Tnens, Pep Club, chorus Jackson family to market their ~-~:-----~ ..... -~- ------JJ Mankato, and Mrs. Wanda U~r]...~A=t,,,~ ~,,,,~,~ narrow the TilpJr lead to two, 46- and StuCo. In addition she producta and Mrs. Jaclumnsaid ......... .- -,~.~...,~.L 46 and in~tbe final period con- participates in volleyball, this week a decision would he By Mrs. Forrest Howard evening gues~-~ Mr. and Mrs." Howard were Monday visitors Thomas C. Vi The Superior $th grade boys tinued to press;a -the hukothail and the all-school made soon as to Which com- Dr. and Mrs. Leo Welter, Lew Entwtstle, Mankate. d Mrs. Pat Cheathum, Belolt. basketball team completed an who continued to lead until plays, pony's products the family will Rebecca, Robin and Paul, Mrs. JeffOrd, Sargent, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Men- president o| Telecommunicat~ undefeated 9.0 season last week about two ~ ~left in distribute. with 2 wins. On Thu~y theythe ~ when thiiM~ ~ene Carla to be superior, Mr. and Mrs. Clair was a weekend guest of her tgomery, Mankato, Mr. and (LinTelcom), Lamb, Esbon, Bob Korb, Joyce parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mrs. Bill Yetter, Mr. and Mrs. traveled to Clay (~ator and~ f0rpdahead~:~wl~: i~. ~' Davenport service Jaroski, Jason and Jenntfer and Barnes. David Barnes went Ivan McMillan and Mr. and that earnings P~ came away with a 50-1"/ W~/ : ~_i ~~_.~ ~ new pastor of KirkStinsonledaUseorerswtfll i~the~,a~th 19 church in Nelson for Frieda Gerdes nephew, Brent, and Mrs. Olive home wtth her to help the Ords Mrs. Dale Collins entertained at share for the Miller were Sunday dinner move to Guide Rock. Lebanon Saturday evening, ending Dec. 31 12.9 percent fr~Z Frieda Gerdes, Davenport,guests of Mrs. Hazel Korb. Thoy Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo Kelly Barnes and friend,solidatedearnis~ IL other scorers for Superior and 17 points reap~etiwly. The congregation of the died last Wednesday at the Blue were celebrating the blrthday of were Wednesday supper guests Brad, Lincoln, were weekend were Troy Warre , 4; Dale Kevln Wheeland cmdrilmtod 14 Nelson United Presbyterian Valley Lutheran Nursing Home, Mrs. Miller. of Mr. and Mrs. Don Spooner geusts of Mr. and Mrs. Morris common shares Tyler, 3; Cameron Bothwell, 4; ram, e, Ted Murray 8 and Jon Church, that has been without a H~, at the age of 73 years, 4 Mrs. Margaret Aspegren wasand Jason, Cawker City. They Hillman. vercent to $12.4 Iz Brandon Blair, 3; Kevin Sterba, Gumur 2. Joe P, uslar~had ~ pastor since the Rev. Michael mouths and 12 days. Operating revere 2; Brent Smidt, 2; Jason ~ Brad Dl~ IS to 9ace a Saturday afternoon visitor of called on Mr. and Mrs. BudMr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo Crispin, 7; Jerry Hosha~w, 6; theMtm~.Neiaonends~heir Orstedle~tov~Trayearngohave Sarvices were Saturday at 10 Mr. andMrs. Glenn sarrell and Spooner, Glen Elder, before were Tuesday evening visitors Lincoln Tel@ called Geno Cerk to be their a.m., in Christ Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Laughrey, returning home. at the Roland Newell home,Telegraph Coml~, Baird,Tdd Sporing,6. $; and Todd season with a 10od.14-$ recm~, new pastor. Church, Davenport, with the Glen Elder. Mrs. Bill Blankenship, Smith Esbon. the principal J On Saturday m~ the Sth Warriors ~ to Carla, 26, is a graduate of Rev. Fred Wolff Officiating. Mrs. Beulah Benbow was a Center, was a Monday visitor Of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fiene, creased 6.4 per~. graders traveled to l~to ~e~ i_ e~,-, ,~ Presbyterian Theological Burial was in the Davenport Friday dinner guest of Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lebanon, were Friday evening million and earn~ compete in the cham im~of KtO~L~kno~ O~-4~. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.,Cemetery. The Urbauer Mrs. lrvin Neff, Beloit. Mrs. LorenFogo. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Doug 10.4 percent to ! the Hebron "H" ~b tour- Despite Wayne Pritts dum- completed his studies Jan. 26, Funeral Home, Davenport, was Viola Weeks, Cawker, was an Mr. and Mrs. Dale Figge and Frasier and sons, following the Local service r following three and a half years in charge of arrangements,afternoon caller, family, Westmorland, Mr. and baeketball game. creased 2.8 per~ nament. They won the cham.~ in 25 point, the Guide of study. It is anticipated he will Frieda Anna Lenora KoinzanMr. and Mrs. Btll YetterMrs. Bud Platt, Mrs. Nettle Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman, million and 10g pionship witha ~ dectsl~ Rock Werriors mccumed to the be ordained and installed pastor Gerdes, oldest of l0 children of accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Bob Johnson, Jerod Gary Garman and Gorden revenues were~ over Hebron. Todd Bairdledredblrds from Raseland, S~-TI, of tha Nelmm church next month John and Katie Koinzan, was Dale Collins to Red Cloud and Erin and Mr. and Mrs. Haggard were coffee guests Of 8.0 percent incre~ Superior with 18 points. Other in district play at Campbell by the Presbytery of Northern born Oct. 4, 1909, at the home of Tuesday evening. They and Gene Johnson were SaturdayMr. and Mrs. Marion Belden- Woods said tl'~J scorers were Cameron Both-Monday night. well, 4; Kevin Sterba, t5; Jason With Scott Thaut leading the Kansas. Crispin, 7, and Kirk Stinson~,10, way, the Cardinala forged A native of the Topeka area, her parents east of Davenport. Mrs. Carl Bliss all went to evening guests of Mrs. Kathyn after the basketball game earnings fro~ She was baptized into theInavale for supper. Walter and Bob in honor of Mrs. Friday evening. Telephone Servi~ Because Of their sucushfl ahead, i9-1~, in the first period Carla studied ancient andLutheran faith at Zion Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Glen Louder, Waiter's birthday. Mrs. Olive Miller, Mrs. Hazel Business Comn~ season the 8th graders are and by the time tha game medieval history at Wichita Church, Carleton, on Oct. 31, Beloit, were Thursday af- Mrs. Olive Miller, Mrs. Hazel Korb and Jennifer Jaroski went Computer Syst~Z anningenparticipatingint,he reachedtbehalf-waymark, tbe State University, supporting 1909. the Rev. Voss confirmed ternoon callers at the Lester Korh and Mrs. Margaret to Superior Saturday evening to Telecommuni! remont YMCA men s Warriors were down, 46-Z , and h/mself as a professional baker, her at Zion Lutheran Church Bausch home. Aspegren were Thursday attend the gymnastic program Alarm Systems During his seminary days, he March 26, 1923. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Spooner, evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. at the Superior High School. were $257,000, s basketball tournament on even though they rallied in the was the student assistant at A graduate of Davenport High Gaylord, were Sunday dinner Don Diehl. Robin and Rebecca Welter decrease from 1~ March25and~.Asawarm-up~ fl~par!od,tbeywereunsbleteStrathmoor Presbyterian School in 1927, she was a guests of Mr. andMrs. Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oat, participated in the program. The dividends: for that tourrmm~mt the Lincoln overcome the qmrly Cardinal Church, Louisville, where he member of the debate team.Fogo. Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Jennifer was an overnight guest stock increased f~ Celtics Y team is cominB to edge. Turnovenu,~ mostly the assisted with liturgy and visited She was a teacher in the country Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer Glenn Rockwell, Wray, Colo., of Mrs. Korb. Superior on March 5 for aresult of the Cardinal press 50 cents per game at ~ p.m. in the High made a big differe~ce in the shutp-ins. In addition, he schools for several years, and family, Osborne, and f . . , April 10, 1982, s~ School gym. pine. " participated in a young adult Feb. 28, 1934, she was united Wayne Fogo were Sunday ff ~ increase. Woods groupandvisitedvisitorsatthe inmarriagetoGeorgeJanssen dinnerandaflernoon guests of II f'N1. F F .11 r ! ~ T [[!annualgrowthin The Superior Tth grade boys Leading the Warrior charBe Calvin Presbyterian Church. Gerdes at her parents' home Mr. andMrs. LorenFogo. II L)IlV l-llll LOCOl I~/PW.q II;shareimsavera~ basketball team closed out their in addition to Prltt~ wu Gene season with a 26-18 win over Kile with 19, Leo Delka 8, Brian HIS wife, Mind),, 25, is ako a near Davenport. They lived Mrs. Elcie Carper and Mrs. ~ ~__ -- ......... )J !over the past 5 Clay Center, Clay Cex~, had an ~ipraa~ 7, Da~ 'l~IMc~, Kansas native, having grown up near Carleton for several years Cheryl Hubbard and family,~- / percent during ilZ on a farm near Pratt. She and later moved to a farm east Lebanon,. were Thursday ByMrs. RuthHasemeyer, Jr: and Pearl Loudermilk ac- Completedlo~g ll-6halftlmeleadbutSu~ 6, Lm'ry Edgar 4 and Steve studied at Wichita State of Davenport. To this union five evening vis|tors of Mr. andMrs. A Bible study ladies groupcompaniedMr, andMrs. Glenn increased 9.7 P inUtscredthe thirdthelrquart~PPonents~.take12"2tl~ J~I~rt 2.j~Th~tlS, Brlanhad Z~ poin~,i~u University, majoring in Jour. children, Mrs. Ray KarnatzDoug Frasier and sons. met at the Superior Manor Hud/burgh, Superior, to Red millien, as con lead and held on for .t~ win. 12,~'~ Mike Campbell II and nallm~ and was a reporter at (Margaret) and George Gerdes Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman Thursday morning and The Cloud Tuesday where they million in 1981. the Louisville Times for two of Davenport, Mrs. Robert received word that his Friendshin Bible Coffee attended the funeral of Nell service alsoin~ Bryan Zeigler was high scorer Stephen Httl~ 10 to pace years before becoming a Trowbridge (Audrey) and Don daughter, Mrs. David Ault, and members ~net at the home of Harris, who resided in theof 338,240. GunnWith ,10,s 8 folloWedpoints, whilebY Darre~M~tt ~'~,~ -- ~ " ;__ tucher's aide at a daycareGerdes of Hebron and Wandahusband, who are stationed in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackstone Northbrnnch community. The decline Diehl and Brad Scht~ each ~,,,;~?lyn -J~lgt~J~{El~ / center. cont uted 4 points, receives Abbott's Hastings Giebel, Carleton, were born. Germany, have a new baby girl. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lemke, related to inc~ While she was able she was an Mr. and Mrs. Dale Figge and Mr and Mrs. Harold Mohler, Blue Hill, were Monday visitors expenses and active member of the Christ family, Westmorland, wereFo osb were Friday visitors at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Bill pected toll Tige~,~ Lutheran Church, teachingFriday overnight and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Kimmumu, Stanley, Susan and to Woods, the Nelson i plant to close .... After being ~noloved bv the Sunday school, a Lutheran visitors of her parents, Mr. and Vernon Mohler. Mrs. Bill An- David. on expenses c o Meridian(!6 , tt',D rrCo p--yfor, Church Women's member, Mrs. GeueJobnsun.. drews was a Saturday caller in Mrs. VerlaRcetoekdlnnerto depreciation yearsasa driver and affillated American Legion AuxililaryMr.andMrs. RichardFrasier the Molder home. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger became effect The state-ranked Nelson Desire ~Bears eh~, for the last 18 as a serf- member and Home Engineers'were weekendguestsofMr:and Mrs. Roger Roe was a patient Roe, John and Angela Sunday. and which Mrs. Steve Cobine, ~afina. at the Jewell County Hospital, Pastor and Mrs. Art Taylor, creased de Tigers went down to ~!n a Natimud Society Daughters of employed distributor of their Extension Club charter E nroute home they called onMankato, Monday through Kesruey, and Merrm wearer comparative close one at Hebron Meeday the Anm'lcanl lution. The product, Glum Jackson and his member. night as Meridian toppled the students were ':c~ oil the family are having to determine In the spring of 1978, hertvtr. and ~rs; Le.Roy tsrummer Thursday. were Sunday dinner guests of the first six n number two seeded team| ~40, basts of ~ le~, which dairy product they will health made it necessary for and mmily, tsemi~. Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Molder. said higher d m the last two minutes of the dependability, service and sell following disclosure of the her to reside at Sunset Home Mrs. Jean Rose, Ionia, Mrs. and Mrs. Arnold Woerner and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie for terminal contest, patrlotlsm. Abbott'splant in Hastings near Geneva. Sept. 29, 1979, she Olive Miller, Mrs. Marceline Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mc- Wnerner and Michelle, Carmen Per most of ~ee game, the MiuT11cker, daughter of Mr. ~chh.will close the end of Valley Lutheran Home, Hebron, Aspegren were Friday luncheon Wilson and baby daughter, Hanson, Shane and Krystal Executive Tigers looked the good and Mrs. Jobn~e ~ker is a became a resident of Blue Platt and Mrs. Margaret Cutcheon visited Mrs. Bill also a factor. Levi 601 8Bet Cut Jeans team they have been all At the end of the they were ahead and by the half held a al- V-Neck - Pullolers s ec,a, n.=k $I 9.99 =, $64.95 ! Table and Short _. Who Jack m distributorship until her death, guests of Mrs. Hazel Korb at Shonda Linn, at the Mary McCutcheen, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Geist is, a family affair with the In addition to her husband Mankato in honor of Mrs. Lanning Hospital, Hastings, Dwayne Cockroft and family, new digital, and five children, she is sur- Miller's birthday. Thursday. Shonda Linn wasWashington, Mr. and Mrs. Offices were father, Glenn, operating the viced by 17 grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewisborn Feb. 16. Daryl Cockroft and sons, Rock and retail and wholesale route that includes the Lovewell and Jeanne and Steve Houtwed of were Saturday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey Esbon, and Mrs. Blanche Twelve offices Republic areas in Kansas and Ruskin, Brian and Patricia and Mrs. Bob Thorup, Smithvisited Mrs. Ella Summers, Penner were Sunday dinnerto "0 plus" Karnatz of Hardy, Nancy, Lisa Center. the Hardy, Rmkin, Davenport Bruce Karnatz, Elizabeth,Glemm Sue Figgens, Tescott, Superior, Friday afternoon, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur distance calls Nora areas in Nebraska. A D w a y n e C o c k r o f t, Cockroft, Mankato. rices were son, Danny, supplles the Patty and Charlotte Gerdos Of Aaron Chrlstensen and Mrs.Washington; was a Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye vroved l-partyi visited Mr. and Mrs. GeneIn 1983, LT&I ,0 tletS in Superior in Kearney,LincIn' KarenBront GerdesGerdes andf SaturdaySharn MorriSovernlghtand andStacYsundayWere Schuster.Visiter of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Dnnehay, Blue Hill, Friday. 9.5 percent less to his work at Ideal Spencer and Keven Trowbridge dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kimborly Harris, Burr Oak, Mrs. John Rogers and Ericconstruction of Carleton and George Gerdes Cleo Morris and family, visited her great grandparents, took dinner to the home of Mr. provements. of Davenport; two great Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hen- Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Hudiburgh, and Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer,over 60 PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings ePortraits eAnniversar=e~ eGraduation Open Tuesday Through Saturday Closed Mondays Phone 402-879-3090 22 East 4th Superior, Nebraska ~L=,| Western Hats OH Rack or Levi Buy ! at Reg. Price 3ndPair.I/2 Price I/2 Price When You Buy1 Shirt From This Rack TNr Choiee el One item From The Super Bargain Table II I II II r dsons, Austin Karnatz and rdngson, Overland Park, were Houtwed; tl ee sisters, Sunday morning callers on Mr. Roma Bailey of Macon, Me., and Mrs. Everett Reed. Esther Stewart of Arvada,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Colo., and Rosa Crane, Mesa, Moore, Lebanon, were Monday Ariz.; five brothers, Marvin afternoon visitors Of Mr. and Koinzan of Elgin, Neb., Richard Mrs. Clarence Maag. Koinzan of Ledi, Calif., Francis Mrs. Lyle Olena, Geneva, was Koinzan of Bruning, Harold a Tuesday afternoon and Koinzan of Denver and John overnight guest of her parents, l{oinzan of Bartlett, Neb.; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert. numerous other relatives.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter and Preceding her in death were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins had her parents and her brother, Friday dinner at the Mankato ert. Senior Center. They were USDA Choice Sides ........... 260 lb. Avg. $1.24 Hind Quarters... 1 20 lb. Avg. $I..35 Fore Quarters... 140 lb. Avg. $1,12 20 lb. Beef Boasts ! O lb. Beef Steaks 10 Ib, 6round Beef 5 lb. Beef Ribs 5 lb. Stew Meat 50 lb. Total 50 lb. Freezer Beef Bundler $65.00 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free Charburgers (8 oz.) ... 5 lb. Pkg. $6.95 Ground Beef ............. lb. $I.I 9 Ground Beef Patties ...... lb. $1.29 Ground Pork ............. lb. $1.29 Ground Pork Patties ...... lb. $1.39 Pork Sausage ............ lb. $1.39 Pork Sausage Patties ..... lb. $1.49 Beef Liver ................. lb. 59(: Pork Liver... .............. lb. 49(: Roode Hot Dogs ....... 2 lb. Pkg. $2.89 Sliced Bacon.. ........... lb. $1.79 Beef Stick ............... lb. $4.99 Beef Jerky ............... lb. $5.99 Phone 402-879-3611 301 West 1st Street - Superior, Neb. II I I II II while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sr.,Thursday and later called at million budget Rick Harris, were on a vacation the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie new central trip a few days the past week. Hasemeyer, jr, and family, increasing the Janice Hasemeyer was Pastor and Mrs. Gene Littletelephones Saturday evening guest o~and Scott hosted a birthdayequipment to 401 Michael and Julie Strickland. , party for Senn on his fifth birth- 1963 will mad Harold Hasemeyer, brother of Louie Hasemeyer, sr., was dismissed from the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings, Tuesday after having surgery there Saturday. He is getting along satisfactorily. Robert Frasier is a resident Of the Good Samaritan Center, Superior. Mrs. Frasier makes regular trips to the center, to visit him. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Hndlbungh Blackstone, Mr. and Mrs. David Haley, Chris and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone, Mr. and Mrs. James Stone, sr., and Hollie, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winslow and Roger Roe and John and Angela. Activities for young people were held in .the Olive Hill Church basement Saturday evening. day Tuesday evening. Guests of the were Mr. and Mrs. Harry program begun Deadline nears for wheat loans and grain reserve March 31 is the final day to obtain price support loans or enter 19S2 wheat and oats in the farmer-owned reserve. Loans for corn, sorghum and soybeans and entries into the farmer- owned feed grain reserve may be made until May 31. Eugene Schultz, chairman of the Nuckolls County ASCS committee, said many farmers use the commodity loan program to obtain interim operating capital or to hold their grain for future delivery. "Increased loan levels and low market prices have had some impact on the amount Of par- ticipation in the program," he said. As of Feb. 17, local farmers had obtained federal price support loans on more than 2.5 million bushels of their 1962 grain cropa. County reserve lean rates per bushel are: wheat $3.91, oats $1.51, corn $2.89, sorghum $2.64, and the regular 9-month rate for soybeans is $4.92. Ordinary loans have a nine-month maturity date with variable monthly interest rates. To be eligible for price sup- port loans, farmers need par- ticipation in acreage reduction and land diversion programs. The ASCS Official said the primary function of the price support loan program is to offer farmers a tool for marketing their grain. "Historically, during harvest time our market prices are generally less than what they are during other times of the year, and the loan program does provide farmers with an opportunity to take advantage of any possible in- crease in market prices at a later time." 1970's. 132 been converted leaving only Nemaha, and Swanton to 1983. 8ewin Square back into absence Of patterns with will include a crucial part the corners. carefuUy pull out. To reinforce shorten the stitch about side of the be exa( on When again shorten the and pivot exactly! A small piece can be sewn reinforcement. ching is into the and close to the He who about himself suspected. IIIII I I 11 Different Enzymes For All Animals These enzymes are called Amaferm which is used in all our foods with large amounts of vitamins and minerals. (Expecially Vitamin E and Selenium.) Products: Pork-A-Ferm and Vita-Ferm for cattle Looking for salesman in Superior and Republic areas Contact: Don Follmer Nelson, Neb. 402-225-5571 II I I II I I IIIII 328 Winter 7a.m. to fuesday Phone 4 Rhoads Buildi Phone 402"1 436 corn , Superior,