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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 18, 2010 Davenport &apos;By Carol Lowery i It is time/'or the snowbirds to start flying home and the first to arrive in Davenport were Don and Marilyn Ahrens. They had been living in La 'Feria, Texas. They report the weather was quite a variety this year. On their way home, they stopped at Rockport and stayed overnight with friends, at Dickinson, Texas, they visited their daughter and family. Mike and Ellen Buresh stayed from Wednesday through Friday in Lincoln, Nob.. with their grandchildren. Ellie and Jake Buresh. Their parents, Nick and Cindy Buresh. were on a business , trip to Kansas City. Dayne Buresh came i for supper one evening and stayed all mght Friendship Club met Thursday af- ternoon. The members went to the ex- tension office to talk about he upcom- ing county lair and the fair books, They then went to the home of Ruth Ann Wllitmore for their regular busi- ness meeting. Mary Alice Corman gave the lesson on "now you are cooking With brown rice' and sampled a dish made with a seeded rice. sunflower  seeds and almonds. The women signed a card to to be sent to Lyla Brown in Superior. Ruth Ann served lunch. Weekend guests of Dennis and Loma Grone were Heath. Angle and Harley Grone. Papillion. Lloyd and MarllynHoltzen had been going to Juniata to help her brother. Barry Lipker. get ready to move to Hastings. Lloyd and Marilvn attended Grandparenrs Day at Zion Lutheran School in Hastings to be with their granddaughter. Gracic Anderson.They attended programs inthe mormng and and Holly Scheming. Gall and Ron Ward. Fai rbury, Aaron Ward and baby, Omaha. came to Dav- enport last Monday to help Ruth Pearson celebrate her birthday. They also brought Katherine Nippert from Hebron with them. The group enjoyed pizza for supper before the others re- turned to their homes. Forrestand Luree Schrock. Bruning, came last Tuesday to Emil andRuth Pearsons home tq. help Ruth Celebrate her birthday whic h was that day. They had Cake and ice cream in the alier- noon. Cheryl Walburn celebrated a birth- day last week. Brett and Jerod Walburn took her out to eat one evening in Lincoln, Neb. Saturday evening, whicn was the real birthday date h)r Cheryl, her parents. Don and Mafilyn Ahrens. were supper guests of Cheryl, Jerod and Britney. Another birthday was celebrated this week by Deloris Van Skiver. Her daughter, Wanda Mosier. took Deloris, Annie Ficken and Margaret Karnatz to Nelson for brunch last Wednesday. which was Deloris' birthday. Sue Van Skiver. Nelson and Micaela Van Skiver. wire was home on Spring Break from Chadron State College, joined them. A number of relatives and parents from Burning and Daven port attended the speech contest at Hampton. There are seven events which will go to state at UNK on Friday. Olga Reinke went to Firth on a Saturday and helped her great-grand- son. Kadin McNabb, celebrate his first birthday. Olga Reinke visited her sister. Louis Loonjer. at Deshler on Sunday. Barb Powers went to Deshler last Wednesday to visit her dad. Harold Gerberding, and then went Io see her daughter-in-law. Missy Powers. who afternoon, ate lunch with Gracie aid had just been released from the hospi- visited her Classroom. Dennis and Zola Johnson were in Hastings Thursday evening m attend Cole Minge?s third grade program at Alcott School. Dennis and Zola Johnson were Sun- day afternoon visitors of Zola' cousin. Ron Rice. who is a patient at Good / Salnaritan Hospital r in Keai'nty. Several St. Peter's women served supper to a group from the Thrivent District Board Milch had their meet> ing at St Peter's Lutheran Church on Sunday evening. Georgia Keim stayed from Sate, r- day to Thursday at the Med Center in Omaha with her sister, Helen Carrels: Marilwl Mosier had lunch with Theora ldang last Wednesday. Nell and Berneta Mille," attended the district speech contest at Hampton. Haus Club members. Chris Fehr and guests Danny Johnson. Re Jean Elting and husband. Perry. Deb Folkerts and husband. Robert, Loma Grone and husband. Dennis. Pare Pearson and husband. Randy, Carolyn Mosier and husband. Wendell. Wanda Mosier and husband.Rich, entertained Courtyard Terrace Assisted Living resident in Hebron with a St. Patrick's Day Party with cake. ice cream and games Sun- day, March 7. After a tour ffthe facil- ity they ate an evening meal together at a restaurant. Marty Ficken. Jr.. left for his parent's home in Texas Thursday. He had been v isitingand helping hisgrand- mother Annie Ficken. Grace Tobias. McPherson. KarL. stayed fi'om Thursday evening until Sunday with he,'grandparents. Warren i tal. Deloris Van Skivcr accompanied Max and Sue Van Skiver. Nelson, and Mm'k and Wcndy Vml Skiver. Fairhury, tO Manhattan on March 6 to watch the ladies Nebraska basketball team play K-State. After the game they ate m Manhattan before returning home. The Davenport 'United Methodist Women met at 7 p.m. on Thursday. The meeting was opened bye!iris Fehr. president, with reading:the litany on the purpose. Roll call was taken with each telling a "spring activity the? en- joy'. Devolions were given by Jo Kubicek. a playlet about children be- ing our responsibility. A birthday card had been sent to Suzanne Funk. missonary in Botiva. She had sent a letter from the family. Jo Kubicek served lunch. Discus- sion was about the soup cookoff. A potluck brunch will be held after Eas- ter services which are at 7 a.,n. Easter morning and no other services will be held. Soup labels will be sent to Epworth. A IYiendsllip brunch will be held with ChrisrsLutheran Church Marcia 27 at the connnunity center. Cheryl Chirstens,m will be the guest speakcr. A reading program has been started and books purchased. Tile spr, ng re- treat will be held at Central City on April 17. Theme is "Working Together for God." Names must be chosen for dedicated light and special member- ship. A money making project was suggested and will be discussed later. Meeting closed with benediction Carol Lowe,'y attended the open house honoring lot VMeen Mumm at i i Behlen Bale Feeders, Gates and Feed Bunks ' Farm & Lumber ...... Illll III I I I1|1 To bettor serve our customers... We are now open over the noon hour Monday through Friday ............... 00ptlL G ARv Insurance ! ,o,ou, THOMPSON Auto Home Farm Crop PROFESSIONAL  .,usine. ,..u...c. AGENCY ................. AGENT INC. I I I I *: :::... :: ...... : ............................ ::: Oak By Phyllis Schmitt . 'fill:i#:= .: !i : :: =::.=.. :: ' ::; : ::; : ,j: :., ........ tt::::.:::::: There will be no nlell.'s Bible study .:. !: :;:::: .i::: :,:::17::. :: . :: : : ::::::::::::;::::::::::#:: this week as the pastor will be gone, i; Bible study meeting along with the youngste:s' after school club. There will be an Easter Sunrise Service with breakfast relieving in April There was a new baby in church on Sunday, Kaitlyn Rose. daughter of Scott and Aaron Biltoft. P ayllis Schmitt attended the Ameri- can Legion and Auxiliary supper in Ruskin. Others attending were Alfred and Janell Hanson, Donna Gillan and Edna Epley. Cards were pJayed after supper. Gerry Eckles was among those from Sacred Heart Catholic Church serving lunch to the students who attend county government day last Monday. Philip Sears and Veda Snyder vis- ited Francis and Beth Garrison .at Bruning. Phyllis Schmitt and Dixie Drohman were in Hebron last Tuesday for doctor and dentist appointments, then went on to Chester for breakfast and then to Superior. Donna Gillan attended Bible study last Wednesday and had lunch at the Nelson coffee shop. After coffee on The Superior Ambassadors recently presented Kent Bargen, owner of Bergen Electric, with a Clear Dollar of Profit. Pictured are (from left) ambassad( Thursday morning, she joined Others John Price Jr.; Larry Brittenham - ambassador president, Dan Scott, Kent Bergen, Louise Henderson, Rhonda Edwards and Jason Ray. for quilting until noon. Phy Ilis Schmitt attended a birthday the Hebron Country CLub on Saturday "good food. nice to socialize and had a Country Corner. The poor little thing coffee honoring Henry Di'udik Friday morning in Ruskin. Later, Phyllis and al'te,'noon. Later she visited at Court- good time." Two first-dine attendees looked totally bewildered and lost. He De-/reese By Rosalie Black Pauline Hanson went to Ruskin for a yard Terracc. from Reel Cloud were enthusiastic was dumped by the side ofthe road: his chicken dinner. Saturday night, Phyllis The soup cookoff was held by the about the event andsaidthey'dbeback original owner had got herself a new Methodist Church congregation at the next year. It was good food. generous puppy and no longer wanted this one. Marge and Clarence Swearingen went to the movie. "Dear John" in community centeron Sunday evening, se,'vingofeverything.Quiteafunevent. She'd been go, ngtotake him to an recieved many cards for there 65th Superior. Mystery guests were Gordon and Betty Andy and Senga Jonson have re- animaladoptionagencybutmusthave wedding anniversary. Nancy and Dan On Thursday, Pauline Hans0n took Eggers. Kearney. Making soup were turnedfi'omatriptoHawaii.landingin decided why bother with driving him Journey, Chapman. visited them on Alfred and Janell Hanson and Dick the Eggers, Lynn Greer and Carol Hon)lulu and staying one day there, there when she could just open the ca," Thursday. LowerS,. There is never a loser at the then boarding a cruise ship, "Pride of door and push him out. SharonandJimNejezchlebSunday andClaudiaHansontoaSuperiorcafefor dinner to celebrate Janell's birth- cookotlf. Alnerica." to visit the surrounding is- Pets are not "throw-aways"! Just luncheon visitors were Lynda Rhodes day. Davenport Senior Center Menu lands. Highlights of the trip were vol- because you don' t wanta part:icularpet and Lorreta Ziggloos. Donna Gillan. Donna Fishel and Monda,.. March 22: Chicken ten- cane activity, whale watching, a luau. any more is not an excuse for mistreat- Norma Skalkacontinues to recover Lavera Meyer went out together for der strips, scalloped potatoes, green and sightseeing on each island. They ing them in this fashion. Having a pet m Lincoln from knee surgery at the lunch on Sunday. In the afternoon, beans and tapoca pudding with cherry, report the evening entertainnqent on is just as much a commitment as hay- home of her daughter. Janette Theer. Donna went to Hastings. Tuesda).March23: Shepherd'spie the cruise ship was fabulous. Tile tsu- ing a child, probably more so. Stephany Black had minor knee - Sunday evemngvisitorsofPhiland withveggies, honey-branmuffin.cran- nami alert was real butdid not materi- surgerylastWednesdayandisathome Gerry Eckles were Jay and Trish ben'yjuicc and cookie, alize. 1 hope whoever dumped this pool- recuperating. Rasmussen. Wednesday, March 24: Hot pork Richard. Wanda and Jerry Langer little dog winds up reincarnating as a Rosie. Dawson and Jordan Black i patty on a bun. vegglc-pasta salad, along withRon and KathyBabcock dogand finds herself unwanted be- were spring break guests at the hme M & R cheese stick and sliced pears, warn to Grand Island to watch the cause the new puppy is cuter! Actu- of Eva and Bill Abbey, Lincoln. Nob. Thursda 3 . March 25: Bacon- Silver Lake girls win the district tour- ally,Ihopeforalotworsethanthat.but TylerBlackwasasprmgbreakvisi- wrapped sirloin, baked potatoes, let- namcnt and tile trip to state, probably shouldn't say it in print! for of Bob and Lana Black Fairfield. tuce sahtd, roll and birthda5 cake. Guests of Jerry andDeb Langer on Several of us dog lovers tried to Bob and Lana Black were Sunday I viral& J! ol'Lreell|nN Friday. March 26: Clam chowder Sundas-Feb'28"lbrdinnerwereDeVee catch him but he was too shy and evening visitors of the Ryan Black with bacon, biscuit, fruited Jell-O and Smalley. h'ene Barlknecht. Ron and scared of people, family. apple turnover Kathy Babcock. Richard and Wanda There is a happy ending to this lmli, and Langer. Richard and Wanda Langer story; one of the Country Corner em- di,mer witll tile pk)yees finally managed to catch hi,n: -,.---lax Service attended the valentine Baptist Inenlbers froln Superior on she said she talked to him tbr nearly an Tr Guide Rock St, nda00 Feb. 21.. hour and tossed him little bits of sau- By Sandy Larkey Six people attended the regular sage until she finally lured him close Tree removal, Trimming and 454 N, Bloom Street Wednesday Coffee Hour at the Senior enough to pick him up. She said that he . Stump Removal P.O. Box 424 Elys Inc.. held their 18th annual Ce ltcr on March 10. Lee. Caroldene. is qmte a smarl little guy and well / _ Superior, Nob. 68978,402-879-4764 pancake feed and open house at /he Jeaniece and Sandy were pleased to trained and she and her family intend Guide Rock Legion Hall htst Tuesday welcome Ann Konen back after her to keep him and love him ( o Insured ") mrbkkeeping@h0tmail.e0m evening. They had a pretty good turn- surgery. They play ed until everybody / '8 Reasonable rate  s IFree estimates out. estimatin about 95 people as of had won two prizes. Jeaniece made a The Guide Rock ABW met March * 6:30 in the evening. Pancakes. eggs chocohtte treat with a chocolate gra- 4at the home of Bonrli Ohmstede. ,,, ,,y"ar:"'n Petem0n and ham WCle served to farmers and ham cracker crust, chocolate pudding Wanda Langer, presideltt, opened the town people alike. Haven'tseen Guide and whiplged cream topping, and meeting by reading one-liners fro,n Phon 4OZ-819-:1605 i Rock main street so full of parked cars Can4denetreatedeverybod> tostraw- "'Our Bible Trivia. Devotions were since Bincc]oll.l had their 25111 anni- berry ice cream to celebrate her birllt- given by Wanda Langer. the scripture In l, ,mm,,, ,m ,m, m ,m ,m ,m =mm,, =m me m, =m ,m -=..=-..-- --. =-- =I vcrsarybuffet. Cody(El3"senaployee) day. Sandy-brought "'veggies"sweet fronl Revelations 5:9through ,4.| have office ' saidhe'd probably made {50 pancakes potato muffins! Ann brought a no- Wanda also gave the lesson "'God is I | b 3 tile time he look a break to eat. and bake-cookie-type treat: if sure looked My Landlord." about a family of 12 somebody else took over making the good. but Harley copped mine that I boysandal'ewseedsofwheatin 1940. I pancakcs, at.least 20 dozcn eggs were broughl home. Whatabeautifulstoryoffaith, mlove| supplies on [ scrambled [or the feast. Red Baron LeRoy, Kyle is home from the hos- gift was given by Genny Richardson Cropdusters. and leprcsentatves 11-<)111 pital and 'eeling much better. "'Don'l Worry." Luke 12:22 through I I 31 and "'A Miracle of Spring." Roll call I DeKalb and Garst Seeds werc in atten- Pardon me while l get up on my I dance to talk about their wrious prod- soapbox, people, butthis is something was answered by four women. The I I ucts and erwces. 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