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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 26, 1992 By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church, Pastor Richard Buchholz. Sunday, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday evening, Lenten service, 7:30 p.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Pastor Daniel Knief. Sunday worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, con- firmation instruction, 6-8 p.m. ladies' Bible coffee Marie Plummer home, 9 a.m. Ruskin Public Library hours, Tuesday, 2-5 p.m., Saturday, 9- 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Betten accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meyer and Dorothy Betten, Hastings, to Denver last weekend. They went sight- seeing Saturday. Saturday evening they attended the 40th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Betten at the home of Bert and Ramona Wiesley. Sunday morning they attended the baptism of a great-nephew, Thomas Michael Batterman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Betten, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Mr.'and Mrs. Donald Brandt entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brandt, Nate, Shelly and Shari at supper in Superior Thursday, March 12, to honor Shari for her eighth birthday. The group went to the Leslie Brandt home for birthday cake later in the evening. Shawn Jensen and Marietta Free called on Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohling last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz entertained Mrs. Mike Eick. man, Ryan and Adam and Kathryn Jenssen at a cafe dinner in Hebron Monday to celebrate the March birthdays of Ryan, Adam and Kathryn. Monday afternoon guests in the home of Vera Kaldahal to honor Kathryn Jenesen for her birthday were Mrs. Ed Schultz, Mrs. Emil Stichka, Mrs. Henry Rogge, Mrs. M. D. Renz and Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Marie Plummer was a March 13-15 houseguest in the Keith Piummer home. They had a dinner to honor Madeline Karabel, Todd and Kevin, who were visiting from Sidney, Australia. Mrs. Karahel is a niece of Mrs. Plummer Richard Franzen and Gaylene Cox, Milford, were weekend guests of his paremts, Mr. andMrs. Rolland Franzen. Mr. and Mrs. Franzen visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weber, Hebron, Sunday evening. St. Mark's ACT hosted a mix- up supper at the church Sunday for the congregation and guests. Mrs. David Houtwed, Matt, Kristy and Brian were Friday to Monday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hinz, Osceola. Nick and Melissa Hinze, Holdrege, were also _.guests. ReOCIoud Lions Club CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Friday and Saturda'/ April 10 and 11 To Consign Items Call: Rick Orcutt 402-746-2796 or Jim Farmer 402-746-2404 or 402-746-2251 The ladies' afternoon pinochle club met at the home of Lois Lewis Monday. Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jemen and family, Nm'a, to honor Abby for her third birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stichka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peersen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Asche, Englewood, Colo., were Monday to Wednesday houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. E.IDA. Eggers. Asche is Mrs. Eggars' brother. Omar Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lurse, Minden, visited relatives here last Friday. They hosted a care dinner in Deshler for Hazel Renz, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Renz, B. L. Ronz, Deshler, and Mr. andMrs. Bob Weaner, Carleton. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lipker,. Red Cloud, were last Sunday dinner and aRernoon guests of his mother, Esther Lipker. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wortman were evening visitors. Several parents and patrons attended a dinner and Pops concert at the Deshler Gym Thursday evening with grade 7- 12 students participating. Deshler Music Boosters sponsored the events. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kastrup and daughters were weekend guests in the home of Tom and Barb Kloser, Omaha. All helped celebrate the birthday of the ladies' father, Joe Muff, Dow City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge were Sunday dinner and af- ternoon guests of his sister, Mrs. Alfred Wegener, Deshler. Bethany Ladies had a quilt typing day at the church Tuesday. Helen Shaw received word Friday that her brother-in-law, John Burtcb, Kansas City, Mo., died Thursday night. He had been ill several months. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Thayer and Michael hosted a dinner at their home Sunday to honor their grandson and nephew, Brett Colton Ross, who was baptized at the morning service at Bethany. Guests were Jay and Kathy Ross, Evan and Brett, Junction City, Kan., Phyllis Ross and Avis Ross, Webher, Pat Boss, Nataaba and Haley, Davenport, Jeff Thayer and Barry Thayer, Hardy, and Janet Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Regge visited Mr. and Mrs Henry Free recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lipker returned to their home Friday from LaFeria, Texxes, where they had stayed during the winter months. Mrs. Dave Saggerman and children, Fairmont, visited her mother, Louise Jensen, at Parkview Haven, Deshler, and also her father at his home Saturday. Laurel Kastrup, Deihler High School senior, won first place on her piano solo at the GFWC-NTWC District V Fine Arts Day at Axtell Saturday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Roger Kastrup. By Ruth Glover A good-sized crowd attended the Sunday morning worship service with several visitors present. Spechd music was a solo by Todd Jeffery The pastor, Karl Martin, and the others who went to Houston last weekend showed slides and told about their visit to the Christian Life Ministries in inner-city Houston. Becky McNichois took the slides and, with the help of Kelly and the others, explained about the school there and what they were trying to accomplish. The open house at the par- sonage Sunday afternoon was well attended. Church was dismissed in the evening to go to the Singspiration at the Christian Church in Burr Oak. Orlan and Wilda Baker, Medicine Lodge, and their daught, Doris Roland, and sons, ogers, Ark., were Tuesday and Wednesday guests in the LaVae Giover home. They also visited briefly in the Elwin Lewis home near Red Cloud. Earl and Lonnie Buckley went to Chadron Thursday. They attended a Gideon Con- vention Friday and Saturday and came home Sunday. i I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following described personal property at the farm located: 2 mllea east of Superior. Nebraska, beginning at 11:00 a.m. on ..V..arcl i ........ LUNCH AVAILABLE AT SITE... BY THE VALLEY HOME CLUB TIRICIB 1981 Ford F- 150 Ranger package, automatic, air, long box, good and clean 1979 Ford F-150 Ranger, auto- matic, V-8, air MACBINERY IHC Model MD tractor, diesel, good !IHC 4-row 3-pt. cultivator IHC Model-M tractor with loader, blade, bucket and grapple fork IHC stationary irrigation engine 3-pt. sprayer, 250-gallon tank, good 4-wheel trailer, good box with hoist 2 4-wheel trailers 12-ft. 3-pt. spring tooth 10-ft. 3-pt. tandem disk IHC cab lawn tractor with mower deck IHC 3-pt., 4-row lister IHC No. 203 combine, good and clean' IHC 4-row stalk shredder Other pieces of machinery for iron FURNITURB ANn ANTIQUES Suncrest 3-cushion sofa, velvet and pastel colors Blue velvet swivel rocker Large table lamp Lazy-Boy recliner Floor lamp Vanity waterfall dresser Single bed, complete Oak roll-top desk, 48-inch, nice fin- ish Minneapolis Moline 2-row corn planter, mostly wood Old kitchen cabinet Hay hooks Coca-Cola clock Corn sheller Ti)OLS AHD MlSCEM,AH|OUS Air bubble Hydraulic Jacks Oil cans Electric cords Wagon Jack Air conditioner Aluminum lO-ft, ladder Copper tubing benders Hi-Lift Jack Floor Jack John Deere A18 power washer Portable truck washer with gas motor and pressure pump on cart Electric Branding Iron R Bar M Pump dogs Well equipment Jet pump, like new Pump Jack Stthl gas weed ester Pressure sprayer Saw horses Chain hoist 2 6-inch bench vises 5-ft. aluminum step ladder 6 Good tool boxes Large floor model drill press John Deere umbrella New chain saw sharpener Knipeo space heater Floor model grindstone Acetyline welder set 3 Electric drills Electric buffer Electric sander Ridge reamer Timing light Dwell meter Air tools 2 Torque wrenches Several socket sets, 1/2-inch, 3/4- inch drive up to 2/4-inch John Deere chain saw Pipe threader set Spray paint equipment New 40-piece tap and die Greenfield tap and die, up to i-inch Metal wheel and bearing pullers Dickey John moisture tester Electric motors Easy outs Assortment of vise grips and adjust- able wrenches 2 4-drawer fding Shop and repair manuals 3/4-inch electr drill in press Large tool cabinet with sockets open and box wrenches Welding table i00-1b, anvil on stand Forney 250-amp. welder, M6del F-105 Transit set Weldg clamps Wood shingles Fencing tools of all kinds Mile guards IHC belt pulley Weed burner Trailer chains Dual tanks 3-h.p. air compressor Jet pump Pump Jack 1 lO-gallon PV tank with 12-volt pump 2 IHC single front wheels Fanning mill Aluminum 40-ft. extension ladder Floor platform scales Large electric air handling units for grain storage building Hand tools, shovels and spades Garden cultivator 2 Lawn chairs Electric Toro mower Fuel pump, underground Irrigation couplings Many old manuals for tractors and machinery Head phones for radio Walkle Talkies Wire winder F-20 Farmall manual 18-inch Cresent wrench CB radio Hubodometer for semi-trailer 2 electric gas pumps Irrigation pipe fittings 12 8-ft. wood  panels Iron for shop, big assortment Many other miscellaneous items to numerous to mention, many Battery harger Welding table good farm shoptools ";i'gRM: Cuh m' good cheek No property remeved tmUl settled .foe. An_property at bldd.erl Hsk whea. bid off. Not responslb for ace/dents. I,D. requ/red for bidder's nuamer. All anaouaemenr aay m mue rJu[e precedence over printed, adverUslag. E " MIeIFer sic _ COSDUVmD W/ it  Gale Mlkkelsen, Complete Auction, Real Estate and. Appraisal Service /,|  . 408 N Central, P.O. Box 184, Superior, Neb. 68978 \\; I ___ iH '"  Auctioneer: Gale Mikkelsen... and Brad ]Itlng . ]00rhat's " 00Victorian? Decorating the interior of a Victorian house generally began with the walls. From the floor up, one could expect to find wainscoting, then wallpaper or paint, with a decorative frieze or cornice at the top. Often the wallpaper and frieze were separated by a rail from which pictures were suspended. The wainscoting might vary from a few inches to three feet in height and in dining rooms, might extend even higher, as aprotection from chairs being pushed hack against the wall. It was typically of hardwood, but might also be made of leather, paper or a linoleum-like haal. Especially in the better rooms, such as the parlor and the best bedroom, wallpaper covered the areaabove the wainscoting to within perhaps a foot of the ceiling. In lesser rooms, this area might be painted. A great variety of wallpapers were used. Some home owners preferred neutral paper, perhaps with a repeated pattern, as a background for their own decorations. Others might choose from: architectural papers imitating panels, cornices, friezes, moldings, columns and dadoes. scenic papers, depicting landscapes, Curtis Jeffery, Glenn Wallace, Earl Buckley and Ardean Jeffery attended the men's fellowship supper sponsored by the Burr Oak Christian Church in their church last Monday evening. Juei Hughes and children, Megan, Gabriel, Ginny, and Elliot, Royal, Neb., were weekend guests of her parents, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery. The children were taking advantage o a short vacation. Kevin and Becky Pihi and Maggie, Smolan, were weekend guests of her parents, Maurice and Eariene Jeffery. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck visited their daughter, Jeaniece Janke, and family in the Junciton City area Friday. Charlene Turner, Salina, and Pat Voiker and a friend, Rock Port, Me., were guests of the ladies' parents, Glenn and Betty Wallace. They took their mother and aunt, Evelyn Harris, to Grand Island Saturday. They attended a movie and ate dinner at a restaurant in honor of Mrs. Harris's recent birthday. Aaron and Jared Lewis were Saturday luncheon guests of their grandparents, LaVae and Ruth Glover. Jared stayed to visit over the weekend. The joint Nortlbrancfi- Union Chapel VBS party was postponed last Wednesday evening because of rain and wet snow received that day. It will he this Wednesday. activities, battles or other great events. statuary paper with gods and goddesses or national heroes tinted to resemble bronze or marble statues. ashlar paper depicting stone walls. flcked papers imitating damask, eslxially popular in parlors and dining rooms. three-dimensionaiwailpaperwith geometric patterns, stylized flowers and birds or Japanese motifs. The top of the wall was marked by either decorative bands called friezes or by projecting cornices. Cornices were often ornately patterned of either gilded wood or stamped brass. The frieze would be of paper or fabric filling the space between picture rail and ceiling molding. It frequently contrasted with the wallpatx, was of darker colors and might be up to t2 inches wide. Ceilings were often at least 15 feet high and a lighter color than the walls. Tin ceilings with a molded pattern were popular, others might be covered with conventional stylized wallpaper or painted a light color. They might also be tinted and ornamented and decorated with papier-mache medallions from which chandeliers hung. i By Mrs. Loule Haseemeyer Jr, Visitors at the Olive Hill Church Sunday morning worship hour were Edith Soash, Mankato, and her aunt, Estella Taylor, Hastings. Rita Blauveit played her flute for the special music. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Beyles attended the wedding reception Saturday evening for their daughter, Gayla Boyles and Kevin Rose, who were married Sunday, March 8 at Las Vegas, Nev. They will make their home in Glenvil. Sunday noon guests to honor the newlyweds at a Hastings care were Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heskett, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Garold Ohmstede, Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beam and family, Eshon, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Menke and family, Marquette, Norma Rhodaz, O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Kiehl, Howard, S.D., Shannon Kiehi, Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pickett, North Platte, JoAnn Lockwood, Great Bend, Wilma Hageman, Red Lodge, Monk, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garman, Burr Oak, Glenna May and David Reiling, Cawker City, Dustin May, Hastings, and the honored guests, Gayla Boyles and Kevin Rose. Alaina Parker, Republic, and her nephew, Christofer Scott, were Saturday dinner guests of Della Roe to honor Alaina on her birthday. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Roe was among other relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Roe, Joshua, Jenna and Janell near Republic to honor Jenna on her sixth brthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brahm- steadt, York were last Saturday dinner gusets of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Matthew and Meggin. Later they visited in the home of Zelda Schuster. Verdena Stone called at the home of Wilma Andrews, Superior, the pas week. Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye went to Hastings where they met her sister, Mrs. Ed Powers, and Mr. Powers, Omaha, and stayed overnight. Sunday morning the Dyes and the Powers were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Renschler, Juniata. Last Sunday the Dyes, the Powers and Mr. and Mrs. r_1 VOTE FOR bert Samsula Democrat for County Commissioner in the 2nd District 'k 7 Years Chairman and Region 13 GJ. Defense Board * 7 Years on Board of Midland Area Agen on Aging * 7 Yearn County Representative on CCC Board * Over 7 Years of Experience as County Commissioner and Past Chairman of Board Member V.W. and Ameriema Legion Believes in Good County Government Korean Veteran Lifelong Resident Your vote in May Will Be Appreciated This ad P=I for by Robefl 8an'Buk 0 I This week'sreport from the Mankato Uv00tock Commission Co. selling463 cattle. Feeder cattle lower, green calves steady. 9 Mixed heifers ........................... 440 Ibs ..................... 88.00 6 Mixed heifers ........................... 440 Ibs ..................... 88.75 11 Mixed steers ............................ 640 Ibs ..................... 86.50 21 Mixed steers ............................ 520 Ibs ..................... 97.00 13 Mixed heifers ........................... 640 Ibs ..................... 78.00 10 Mixed heifers ........................... 545 Ibs ..................... 82.00 16 Mixed heifers ........................... 620 Ibs ..................... 74.00 40 Mixed steers ............................ 840 Ibs ..................... 76.50 15 Mixed steers ............................ 850 Ibs ..................... 76.30 52 Mixed heifers ........................... 715 Ibs ..................... 75.70 65 Mixed heifers ........................... 770 Ibs ..................... 73.60 73 Mixed steers ............................ 805 Ibs ..................... 75.00 Consignod for March 27: 130 Crossbred steers and heifars weighing 500-750 Ibs. 94 Gelbvaih-cross steers and hsifsr weighing 500-700 Ibs. 52 Mixed hsifers weighing 500-600 Ibs. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY Andy Montgomery, Owner 402-879-30041' Jon Russell, Fleldman 913-374.4482 .lRr[ Bill Logan, Fleldman 913-378-3327 ' l'lllllrv Robert Clark, Lil dinner together at care and later wedding house and supper t 1V',:s. George Mrs. Steven Elizabeth were Louie Resemarie and Lacey Ward Monday Zeida Schuster Stone had Superior care and visited with Mr. Robert Harvey. Schuster and Mrs. at the home of Mrs. her mother, Mrs. the past week. Sunday dinner and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff and their Hudiburgh, Wichita, Janice Krystal, and Wendy Harris, JennaLee and honored Mr. Both birthday and her 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. were Monda of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening Dye home were Mitchie Woerner. and Mrs. Dye guests of Mr. Dye, Aaron, Craig Hebron. Randee Roe, visit his Mrs. Roger Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. St. Paul, Mr. and Wilton, Denver, and Mrs. Roger Saturday supper parents, Mr. Wilton, near Mr. and Mrs. Webher, 12 visitors of Mr. Ralph Dye. Sunday supper and Mrs. Rodney and Lacey Darrell and Jason, Hineline, Chely Von Webrman. the birthdays of Carman Ward. Mr. and Mrs. went to York dinner guests Green. Thayer, Neb., tended the Galusha, age 83. worked for her husband. GuideRock By Joan Hoins Dick and Emeline Ely arrived home from their vacation at Corpus Christi, Texas. On their way home they visited at Houston, Texas, with Roger and Sandy Ohmstede and went on to Bonham, Texas, and stayed two days with their son, Keith Ely, and family. Scott Ely is at- tending college at Denton, Texas. Sunday afternoon Lois Gigar and Jim were in Red Cloud where they visited Hilda Saladen and Marcille Strobl. Golda Duffy arrived home this last week after visiting her sister-in-law, Elsie Conner, Stamford, three weeks. Mrs. Duffy helped her sister while i Guide Rock Rural Fire District Annual Meeting Saturday, March 28 8 p.m. Guide Rock Fire Hall she was surgery. Christi Holm. Ralph Hoins services for MarY Crete, at the Cemetery SaturY also attended the terwards to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gibbon, were guests of his brother, Lois Christi Hoim, weekend guest Ralph and Joar Lindsey and children of Mr. Garvin, Sholtz, this Shelly Ely has Greeley, Colo., break with her and Mrs. Red Phyllis Karen were mother Christi Hoins Mrs. Ralph Keith and Saturday evenlY" Livestock Minerals... FREE From STOCK UP NOW!!! Pro-Min All Purpose Mineral - Provides a 2 to I tionship between calcium and phosphorUs Pro-Min Hi Mag Mineral - For use when may be deficient in native feedstuffs. magnesium helps prevent grass tetany springtime. It contains 12% magnesium. The to phosphorus ratio is 3 to I. Pro-Min 14:14 Mineral - The calcium to in this product is ! to I. The calcium and levels are 14%. Pro-Min 12:12 Mineral - The calcium to is I m I. 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