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2AT HE SUPERIOR EXPRESS BII I II II Thursday, March 26, 1992 r ,'Locals "Features OCommunity Events Life_ Lin00 Mr. and Mrs. Steve HeRman, Manhattan, were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackstone. Carolyn Holeman of Bred- stone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital, Superior, NOb., recently completed an advanced nurse fellowship on the dynamics of complicated obstetrical nursing care at Methodist Hospital, Omaha, Net). Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen returned home Wednesday from a month's vacation. They visited Leroy and Jean Stanley, EIReno, Okla. She is Mr. Thomsen's sister. They visited friends wintering in Texas a week and attended the Nebraska breakfast while there. At Granite Shoals, Texas, they visited Vaden and Theda Kramer and with Jack and Leone Oisen at Largo, Fla. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Thomsen are sisters. Enroute home they visited their daughter, Linda Danieis, Lee Danieis and Sara, Prairie Village, Kan. Rachel Miller, 15, daughter of David and Dixie Miller, Bolingbrook, Ill., has recently been accepted into the Chicago Academy for the Arts High School, Chicago. The academy, Lora Benjamin, a senior at Superior High School, has been accepted by the College of Saint Mary, Omaha, to begin classes next fall in their nursing program. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Benjamin. Ted Schott, Superior, and Judy Mikkelsen, Hardy, returned Tues- day from a p to Salt Lake City, U% where they visited John and Colyn White, Heather, Joel and Gracey. They left by airplane from Omaha last Wednesday. Carolyn is Mr. Schott's daughter and a sister of Mrs. Mikkelsen. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wchber went to Norton Sunday morning to meet Carmen White and Scott, Kirk, Colo., and Val Webber, Joshua and Andrea, Burlington, Colo., who returned home with them for a week's visit. ke Webber will come the last of this week to get them. Path Woodward and Jason, Shelby, Iowa, came Monday and visited a few days. St. Mark's lock-in " St. Mark's AYC, Ruskin, had a lock-in at the church Friday night. Sponsors were Pastor and Beth Knlef and Troy and Patricla Shuck. Extension plans serger workshops a private institution, is Two advanced serger Chicago's only high school for workshops will be offered by the visual and performing arts. The Nebraska Cooperative About 130 students attentend Extension Service. Serging classes at the school, located in swimwear will he offered on Chicago's Loop. Students Friday, April 3 beginning at specialize in art, music, dance, l:30p.m, in the Deshler Library or theater, as well as corn- basement. Serging lingerie will pleting a college preparatory be offered on Friday, April 10 in education. Rachel, a Junior, will the 4-H building starting at 1:30 major in musical theatre, p.m. Participants must bring Rachel attended Nelson and know how to operate their Elementary Schools while her sergers. father was pastor at Salem Pre-registration is necessary Lutheran Church 1980-1985. by April 1. I Serving at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 27 ALL YOU CAN EATS4.50 Children under 12 $2.25 - Carryouts $4.50 All Meat Carryout $5.00 GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME IAMERICAN LE010NI] . West 8th Street - Superior, Nebraska LESLIE HOTEL COFF /HOP00. Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Weekdays Dinner Choices Each Evening and Luncheon Specials at Noon Sunday Buffet Roast Pork =60o and Baked Steak Included Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $ _00 Children s4oo over  Tax under 10 Tax Included Included Saturday Eve, ingsPecia, Prime Rib $:90 Plus or Sirloin I.# Tax Serv wh B,jPotat0! Sa!adBar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. CgllbQn Hamburger ...................... Tax and French Fries Salad Bar ............................ $2 9 Plus All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, e-pack ...... $1.99 Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. Alice Wiken, Hebron, Esther Schlamann, Superior, and Mildred Jensen, Nelson, had dinner with their sister, Fern Schriever, Hastings, Sunday to celebrate the March birthdays. They all attended a birthday party for Helen Grummert at the Villa Grace, Good Samaritan Center, Hastings, in the afternoon. Mandy, Leisha and Chaz Jemby, Geneva, visited from last Wednesday until Sunday with their grandmother, Dorothy Jeusby. Mandy was a Friday overnight guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allgood. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Jensby came Saturday and their family returned home with them Sunday. Callers the past week at the home of Mrs. Bill Andrews were Carol Harvey, Helen Nell, Merna Wester, Mac Mellott, Irene Barfknecht became the newest winner of the Gold Rush promotion at the Jack and Jill grocery store. She received $700 from Frank Sullivan, one of the owners of the store. The other owner, Richard Rempe, was unavailable when the picture was taken. Sara Welbourn and daughters. Mrs. Steven Shroyer visited her Rebekah ditrit tiff grandparents at the Good s',_s__c_mee_no Samaritan Center and'Sunday Rhonda Ost and family, at Grade Rock Saturday Mankato, visited with Mr. Andrews at the Center and later visited in the home of Mrs. Andrews and Billy. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Andrews at- tended the Lydia Circle at the First BaptisteChurch and at- tended the soup supper at the United Methodist Church Thursday evening. Billy An- drews was a weekend guest of his mother. 00yal Neighbors meet, play cards Rebekahs from Superior, Hardy, Nelson, Franklin and Biaden gathered with Guide Rock for the 65th annual district meeting Saturday. Distinguished guests were Rose Marie Rears, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Nebraska, Opal Sisson, Assembly vice president, Helen Francisco, past assembly president, and Betty Usher, honor officer. Nelson Lodge seated the 1992 district officers; Judy Pearson, president; Janice Hartman, warden; Hazel Abernathy, Secretary; Joan Hoins, troasu'er; Linda Cox, mar- shall, Bonnie Beach, con- ductor; LoJean Janssen, chaplain; Melba Lynch, musician; Rhea Kulek, song leader; and Pat Elders, junior past president. Eleven past district presidents were recognized. Nelson Lodge received prizes for the best report and the best Royal Neighbors met last Friday at the lodge hall for a get-together card party for members and guests. There were 23 present. District Deputy Stephen Ir- win, Grand Island, explained about the retirement and savings plans available. High score was won by Evelyn Harris and low score by Roeelfa Imhoff. Door prizes were won by Evelyn Harris and Roselfa Imhoff. Lunch was served. Thursday Evening Special Chicken Fded Steak $5 0O Baked Potato, Tossed Salad, Roll and Butter, Iced Tea or Coffee plus tax Saturday Evening Special 7 OZ. Sirloin Strip 0$6 00 Baked Potato, Combination Salad, Garlic Bread or Tea'Roll, Iced Tea or Coff plus tax Regular Menu Available Also Hereford Inn attendance. Faye Meyer won the door prize, Opal Sisson was given a prize for having travelled the farthest distance, and LaVone Ruschke of Bladen received a prize for most years of membership, 62. Following lunch at the American Legion Hall, the group heard special music wesented by the Guide Rock junior high girls chorus. Franklin Ledge conducted a touching memorial service honoring the four Rebekahs who died since the previous district meeting. The Assembly president stressed the need for the ledges to revitalize and seek new members. "They should strive for greater community in- volvement and visibility," she said. Members were urged to attend the Four State Conclave at St. Joseph, Me., Saturday and Sunday, the annual picnic at Kearney June 28, and the fall assembly at Kearney in Oc- tober. Fern Ebright, district president-elect, invited all the lodges to the 1993 district meeting in Superior. Garden Club members discuss flower selection The Superior Garden Club met at the Carnegie Public Library March 19. Deb Hanson spoke to the group about the availability of a forestry grant. ,Saturday, May 2 will be a community-wide clean up day. A burn pit will be available for the burning of tree limbs. Flowers for sunny and shady areas were discussed. The next meeting will be April 16. 233 N Central Su Neb. Hebron - Bellevflle - 8uperior Rent TWO 99 or $1.50 movies for the price of one Zverv MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Must be returned Thursday to avoid penalty (Note: postage free mailin I envelopes wm not be famished on "TWO F]CRS"} HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. CREST Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska March 27-April 2 Boxoffice opens 7:00 Showtime 7:30 One Show Only Adm: -Aclults $3.25 Kids & Senior Citizens w/cards Yof Love is wonderful. STEVE MARTIH D IAr00E KEATOH CUBA GOODING JR. JAMES MARSHALL MARTIN SHORT ,oc,,,o,,,,,,, Other People's Money; An American Tail: Fievel Goes West; Sarah, Plain and Births Brian and Amiee Shipman are the parents of a son born March 5 at the Beatrice Com- munity Hospital. He welgehed 7 pounds, 8.6 ounces and was given the name Austin Jacob. Grandparents are Dave and Linda Mans, Red Cloud, and Jim and Jacque Shipman, Guide Rock. Great grand- parents are Floyd and Edytbe Shipman, Ward and Verna Ohmstede,Lynnand Mary Jane Seems and Susan Mane. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Kirchhoff, Chicago, are the parents of a son, Kyle Martin, born March 14. He weighed 5 pounds and 9 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Roger and Audrey Kirchhoff, Chicago, and Tony and Rena Santa Maria, Chicago. Great-grandmothers are Mary Gould, Kansas City, and Lola Kirchhoff, Hebron. Mrs. Melvin Schiermeyer, Superior, is a great-great- grandmother. Bill and Teresa Moody, Lin- Robert Lee Schilling was born March 16. His parents are Bob and Robin Schilling, Hastings. Robert Lee has a sister, An- drea. Mrs. Schilling is the daughter of the late Richard Ely Jr. Dick and Emeline Ely, Guide Rock, are the great- grandparents. Darci, Marti and Brett Christensen announce the birth of their brother, Brock Edwin, bern March 19. He weighed 9 pounds, II ounces and was 21% nches long. Their parents are Doyle and Teresa Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schultz, Ruskin, and Charlotte Christensen are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen, Ruskin are great- grandparents. Brad and Beuy Johnson, Lin- coln, are the parents of a daughter, Valerie Jean, born March 19. She has a brother, Vince, 8, and a sis- ter, Vanessa, 3, to welcome her. Grandparents are Nancy Abbott, Lincoln, and the late Jim Johnson, March Monday: hash browns, cake, milk. Tuesday: mashed potatoes, mils and butter, Wednesday: crackers, pineapple, chocolate milk. l Thursday: C hi.c.k/ corn, peaches, rous milk. h ! Friday: Fis ! scalloped potatO, Doyle Christensen. Admlssloss M March 18--Arl perior; Loretta FeiS March 19--:Ka 1 and Teresa Christ boy, Superior. _ _. March 23---1e coin, are the parents of a son, Thomas William, born March 15. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. His grandparents are Gene and Pat Moody, Lincoln and Harry and Mary Ann Robinson, Superior. Don Moody, Lincoln, is a great grandfather. He was welcomed home by his 4-year-old brother, Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Linden, Marysville, Wash., are the parents of a daughter, Allison, born March 17. Robert Linden, Edmonds, Wash., is a grand- father and Mrs. Glenwood Linden, Republic a great- grandmother. Luncheon, mass events at Ash Wednesday service A day of recollection was held Ash Wednesday at the Crosier Monastry in Hastings. The Rev. Jim Schmidt, Grand Island diocese, gave an interesting and inspiring conference. A salad luncheon was served and the day closed with mass. Attending from Sacred Heart Parishs, Lawrence, were Yvonne Hubl, Nancy Ostdiek, Verena Mazour, Lillian Brock- man, Patty Hubl, Dolores Kncera and Bertha Kathman. From St. Steohen's parish, Lawrence, were Louise Brock- man, Deanna and Eileen Buescher, Connie Jarosik, Marie and Dolores Kimminau, Carolyn Menke, Karen and Evelyn Ostdiek, Mary Kathaman, Maureen Faimon and Bernice Miller. From Assumption parish, Deweese were Marion Souchek and Bev Skalka. and Fxl and Joan Rcmpe, Supl- Superior. _ rior. Great-grandparents are Keith March 24----Clarnu--]l' and Gladys Johnson, Chester, Superior;,Raymondl qji, Eynner and Mae Andersen, Supe- Rock; Janet Sclmitk'1 rior, and Charlotte Witte, Blue DismiSSl Hill. March 18--Wal ',e] Jaycees seek food Rk; Barbara .C'i. baby girl, Superior, .]I-? pantry donaUons RoL Hardy. lGy/ Meyer. ,.lt The Superior Jaycee.s will be March 19Be'dllln ." nil trick or treating for donations to hall, Superior, Rebelli"  '" T the Nuckolls County Food Pantry Fairfield. 2 ele Wednesday. March u--,Jr, Members of the organization Rhinehart, Hubbell; r'li: ey, will be going door to door from 7- Supenor." j,'-, ed t 9 pan. Those who would like to March 2 lMl, TM ts donate but won't be home are erhider, GuideR od-,'- '[erol asked to put items in the drop od2or:?! 0'i d boxes at the Lamppost Mall, Westsidc Health Services or The March ) Superior Express. fal Brenda Flinn, DJ Eagles Club Superior, Neb. Guests With Members Welcome perior, i[1 " The pantry needs toilet paper, March 24--Lor,,] eev, paper towels, peauntbutter, jelly, Nelson; Kathryn RoIIL" gow paper plates and disposible dia- rior. i'dn,?,a pets, but any canned food items will be accepted. Jessen, Jozz a Deshler L to special speS]aic host workshop spring COrl "gsey, The Deshier Zone Lutheran "Blessed to Be ,ai Cl Women's Missionary League was the theme for  4ey, spring workshop will be held Prairie Confere,le er Saturday at the Centennial Gathering last S.b s' Lutheran Church, Superior. Holdrege. The host m[ re Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. Bethel Lutheran. AI-' K Those attending are to bring a Highlighting tl,._ 1 Bible and a sack lunch, was a Bible studY lltl ' Richard Jessen -|; Webbe UM Women and news from  :me president of NebrSP meet Wednesday of the E.L.C.A. SI  rn The Webber United Methodist was presented  of Women met Wednesday af-Christensen, i! ass ternoon at the church with presentation on llE,,e dr( seven members answering roll given by Hele.nob ga call. Betty Reed gave the Viola Damgaara t yth lesson, "Trees of the Bible," in and Axtell areas slum:. the absence of Opal Joy Both- dance was perf ti well who was lesson leader. Glenda Nelson, li0. i ul Plans were discussed for the gathering closed is k 100th year observance of the on The Last Stq. i "t] 'e" church. If any former members communion serviC ,aa', or anyone else has items of hv, eookie felloW usr allh  ttld ' ttrlf V s (li Total EleganC0000i0000 122 East Fourth St. - SuPeri "s Make AppointmelS.]][- %' Phone 402-879-111 i WALK-INS WELC Le] a.m. to 8 p.m. -- Saturdays, 8 a.m. Thursday, 8 " " " o);!iper i Closed Mondays 11 W Jody Langer, owner and o  ullt 'ed 9ic ioh ead All 20% Off 13g a by Pat Cook DINNER THEATRE Saturday, March 28 Dinner, 6 p.m. -- $6 Per Person" Mankato High School Commons, Mankato, Kan. Dinner Menu: Chicken ala Thespis, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Pear Salad, Cheesecake, Coffee or Tea Theatre, 7:30 p.m. -- $3 Per Person** Mankato High School Uttle Theatre, Mankate, Kan. MATINEE Sunday, March 29 --2:30 p.m. Mankato High School Little Theatre, Mankato, Kan. $3 Per Person** : Tickets May Be Purchased From: Dale Park 913-378-3567; Unda Flavin 913-378-3851; Uncla Crangle 913-378-3923; Richard Franklin 913-378-3040; Brooke State Bank, Jewell; Esbon Slate Bank, Esbon and Burr Oak; Farmway Credit, Inkato; Jamestown Slate Bank, Randall; Jewell County Bank, Mankato and Formoso; Slate Exchange Bank, Mankato. *Dinner tickets must be purchased in advanoa by March 25. **Tickets for either play "performance will also be sold at the do . "ProducKI by  wlernont  Ihe  Publllng Co. o( Illinois" "Thll iogr&rn Ill pamt/, in pt. by the Kzmsm  IO, amm agency, and the National Endowment For the Am, a flal nclc" It's Murder In The Wings! Dance interest or history of the church the local congre',L ! ,a. :  i that could be used, they would were 226 in atter=aa  :;. ::. be appreciated. Avis Ross and churches represee, Vivian Kintigh were hostesses. Attending were' The next meeting will be April 1 and Irene BarIu" wtih Betty Reed, lesson leader, Lutheran Chur, . Saturday, March 28 00-00r00nand Donna Marr and Frances Bohling, ourh. ll 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Churc.L' ,IF