Newspaper Archive of
Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
Lyft
March 19, 1992     Superior Express
PAGE 16     (16 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 16     (16 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 19, 1992
 

Newspaper Archive of Superior Express produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday,  19, 1992 S  cordia, visited her parents, the. Todd Voss, Seward, Edward in the afternoon. The Jacobsens Kleen. Mrs. Keating visited her present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed US lit oca New _.b Edward Schoof,, and famUy and Bre S,:ho and Matt and Eldon Sorensens were mother, Ann Kleen, Saturday Stic, Jewen, and Mr and attends later in the week during her and Karl School. Monday evening guests in the They called at the Clarence Mrs. Gene Blackwood, Sc.andla. , spring break. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Prentlss, Wilson home. The Jacobsens Sykes home and visited their Brett CoRon, son of Mr. and txlJd.lB.tl ....... Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Droh- Lincoln, were last weekend were enroute to their home in guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Jay Ross, was baptized at Betty Evert, By Mrs. Ronaid Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church, Pastor Richard Buchholz. Thursday, Women of the ELCA, 2 and 8 p.m. Sunday, Sunday school, 9:30 am., worship, 10:30 a.lTl. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Pastor Daniel Kniof. Sunday, worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, 9 a.m., ladies' Bible coffee Marie Plummer home; confirmation instruction, 6-8 p.m. Ruskin Public Library, Saturday, 9-11 a.m., Tuesday, 2- 5 p.m. Larry Boitnott and daughter, Heather, Kingman, Ariz., were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen several days last week. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dominy and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Warren, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davidson, Hebron, were Monday callers in the Hanson home to visit the Arizona guests. Bethany Altar Guild held its quarterly meeting at the church Tuesday morning. Sunday guests in the Herman Behling home to honor Mr. Bohling for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Maynkl Bohling, Wichita, Pat Bess, Natnsha and Haley, Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Thayer and Mrs. Henry Rngge. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Voss, Seward, were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoof, Alesha and Matt. Mr. and Mrs. Vnss were Sunday dinner guests of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon School In the afternoon the Edward Schoff family joined them to celebrate Mr. Voss' March 6 birthday. Mrs. Vess remained as a guest in her parents' home and began her duties practice teaching at St. Peter's Parochial School, grades fifth through eighth grades inDavenport, under the supervision of Earl Guse, man recently attended the Sing Around Nebraska concert in Hastings. Their granddaughter, Andrea Williams, participated. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Williams, Deshler, Andrea's lrents, and Mr. and Mrs. BradDrohman, Hastings, also attended the concert. Sherrill Torring, Rapid City, S. D., visited Kathryn Jenssen Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rngge were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mrs. William Mohller and Delvin, Byron. Michelle Peterson and son, Christopher, left Feb. 24, arriving Feb. 25 at Fulda, Germany, where they joined their husband and father, Pvt. 3rd Class Chris Peterson, who is serving with the U.S. Army. He has been stationed in Germany the past five months. The family plans to be in Germany until October 1994. Last Saturday afternoon coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sykes. Mrs. Henry Rogge hosted a coffee for several ladies at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Griffith, Cheyenne, Wyo., were Friday sUPRoLaerndguests of Mr. and Mrs. Franzon. Mr. and Mrs. Franzon visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson, Edgar, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Etlar Jacobsen, Flaxton, N.D., were last weekend until Tuesday morning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Soronsen and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Suroneen. The Sorensens and the Jacobsens had a cafe supper in Hebron Saturday and later visited Mr. and Mrs. Arne Larsen at their home. The Eldon Sarensens hosted a cafe dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Jacobsen, the Lynn Suronsen family, Harvard, and the Wendell Wilson family, Superior. Larry Sorensen, Jennifer and Allen Bennetzen, Flaxton after staying the winter months in Mesa, .Ariz. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Elden Soreesen attended the funeral for Willis Stubbendick at First Lutheran Church, Avnca, and later visited Mrs. Sorensen's father, Charles Scatt erfood, Eagle. Tuesday evening the Seronsens attended a grade school musical program in Superior. Their granddaughter, Lindsey Wilson, participated. Mrs. Brad Martin and Stacy, Lincoln, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Saturday. Tanya Dunn, Superior, was a Sunday af- Prentiss, Lincoln. Steve Thompson, Amber and Ashley attended the UNL gymnastic competition in Lincoln Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Swanstrom, Oak, visited Kathryn Jenssen Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jensen, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald, Glenvil, and the Mark Jensen family, Hastings, were Sunday guests in the Leslie Jensen home to honor Jeremiah on his birthday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brandt, Friend, were Mr. and Mrs. ternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon School, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were Tuesday dinner. Henry Free and Mr. and Mrs. guests in the Harold Hansen Donald Brandt. home to honor Harold on his Kaela and Abby Jensen were birthday. Thursday overnight guests of Attending the funeral for their grandparents, Mr. and Beryl Brooke at the Deshier Mrs. Emil Stichka. Tyson Presbyterian Church last Stichka was a Friday overnight Friday were Mr. and Mrs. visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Charles KeaUng, Beatrice, Ann Stichka were Sunday dinner Kleen, Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Kleen guests of his sister, Alice Black- Bethany Church Sunday morning. HIS sponsors ware Michael Thayer, Eric Ross and Michelle Peterson. Monday Matinee March 9, 1992 W L Scott TV 60 40 MLM Gelbvieh 53 46 Twin Valley Imp. 51 48 Shop Qwik 51 49 Harolds Conoco 50 50 Superior Floral 34 66 High individual game: Scratch, Sharon Fritz, 204; handicap, Deb Brazil, 192 + 40 equals 232; high individual Rac Hobson Republic, attended a in ( 25. The meeting waS Great Bend ducted by Monda] was on Understanding cans with Disability speaker Wichi sag Elks Training Handicapped. Kim Moore resenting the Health Kansas work, sons wh( of individuals series: Scratch, Sharon FYitz, of society. 569; handicap, Jan Ehlers, 556 The balance of + 30 equals 586; high team conference sessions game and series: Scott T V, 965, brary reference 2,791. sources and Shop Superio!Thursday evening for these l Hamburger, Fries and Small Drink $2.25 Kurly Kone 333 112 East Third, Superior, Neb. [ 341 N Central Phone 402-879-3501 Superior, Neb. New Spring Koret Fanczsca Sportswear 20% off /l,/t  (352N Central ..... .... ] Supedor, Neb. i 'of t/ Perfectfit k402-879-3721) Planters Snacks Cheezballs, Corn Chips, I tortilla Chips, 7-ounce pkg. I 50 Deuei REXALL Pharmacy 335 N Central, Superior, Neb. - 402-879-3288 i 243 N Central Supenor, Neb. ! IZZARD is2 Off $1.19 IWith This Coupon a,:i}', ! J Dick andJanene Bagley I Thursday m 6 to 9 p.ml. "'' " I  410 N Central L  COUPON i i i i i i i i i -= i ,J Superior, Neb. Coats and Clark Sewing Thread =_: Mt s:ompem2u19 p.m. foryour shopping.convenience. 348 N i]2Better,PdeF0r Less  Ma00poo s2 Liters Off The Looking PHONE 402-879-3730 Salon-Boutique 3,8NC., Superio U Neb. '//11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,///, Greeting Cards Buy 1 Get 1 FREE 6-9 p.m. Ideal Market 1 50 West 4th Superior, Neb. 10% Off All Carpet Cleaning When Call Between 6 and 9' fjR RAINBOW INTERN, ] CARPET C IIF S..rm p CLEAI , Supedor, Neb. Phone UtlNBOW IgrERAI"K>NAL P,,ARPET eYEING & CLEANING C.,O. IN$ oo****oW hJri" ' 00., 0 ......--In,-,,-,..I,-,., 000,; i i Washer Solvent :' : "-.--- O"t,,......." "'"'"' O 0a,,on """ Superior ACE Hm' 250 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4119 Ill JIr I ELKS LODGE Su'"r"eb I f Bag Sale Embroidery Floss [ Special [ $2 per bag Ill 3 for el.00 III i spag hetti Bar with I L Ill June's Gifts N' More III I soup and salad BaBi I NIFTY-THRIFTY SII H 6-9 p.m. kpecialfup t  . : ] Pas ater ts.a,nt trays i IWt]l THURSDAY, MARCH '9 [t  " Balanced $2.5 N I Lynn's Music and I 112 prj, 113 o [ Home Decorating Center I I!i] 3o8 N Central. Superior, Neb. Nr ," ] ........... I 321 N Central, Superior, Nob I - -.--. II Century-Vfte Ill LAMPPOST MALL 307 N Central. 402-8: THURSDAY EVENING 6 TO 9 P.M. _I II Mu]tt Vltamtn and Mineral III Antique Nook spn Beckler's Clothing II MENKE DRUG !t An;ue',/ook IAII adultan pr/ng All Mosser Isweat shil [[ 336 N Central. Supertor, Neb. ] I1 m'aturedishes--20%off [ /t_ 402-879-4234 11 i] Take an additional 20% off select li [[ group of shoes already reduced to [[ I/ 40% off [I .oo.o LeAnn Siefkes I/ 05 N Central Avenue, Superior, Nob. II and Creations,  , ,., .-r. - Su,,or, .0 It 402-879-3339 "? J[ 3o2 N Central, Superior, Neb.