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m_!i '_ " J .. " --- - - :_ -~illltl~/~lI ' . " - . .t 8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 8, 20i0 Christi, Mason and Ava Keim. Mike u p tnaven-or" and Trish Thorell, David, Janice and . Dana Keim. Mason and Ava stayed a By Carol Lowery couple of days. ' Sunday Joe and Georgia drove to Dale Wittrock left March 25 to go OmahatovisitGeorgia'ssister, Helen. toZimmerman, Minn., to see Michael She is staymg with her daughter, Guse. The evening of the 25th he was Melanie Bates. Helen has a long road in Willmar, visiting Les Kaenel and to recovery. went on to Zimmerman the next day. Bill and Liela Krupicka were Sun- March 27 Michael and Dale rode the dayguestsofDelbertandDebVirchow Northstar Line Trail Train from Big at Seward. Lake to Minneapolis Wh le in Minne- Visiting Larry and Marie Krueger apolis, they also rode the Hiawatha were Ler,)y Kruger and Garry Miller. Light Rail Line to the Mall of AmericaRapid City, S.D. Marie' s mother joined and returned to ride the Northstar back them. to Big Lake. The purpose of Dale go- Marilvn Master was in Albuquer- ing was for Michael's birthday. Upon que,N.M.,fivedayswithherdaughter, gettingbacktoMichael'shomeagood Donna Master, and then was in Den- supper was had. They all attended ver, Colo..forfivedayswithherdaugh- church in St. Francis, Minn,. the morn-, ter, Amy, and Kevin Bartles. They had ing of March 28. After dinne,rDale left planned a trip to Montana but Marilyn for home, arriving back in Davenport received word her brother. Richard on Monday, March 29. Bailey, Plattsmouth, was ill and later Shiloh, Becky Littrel and children, died. Marilyn and tier sister-in-law. Falls City, were weekend guests of Doreta Bailey, went to Plattsmouth to Jerry and Sharon Littrel. help out. The Ran Baileys and Amy Having holiday' weekend guests Bartles came to stay with Marilyn be- were Warren and Holy Scheming. lore the services which were held on Their children, Seth and Lara Saturday morning at the Christian Schoming. Wichita, andMatt, Shandi, Church in Edgar with burial in the Grace and Gabriel, McPherson, were Edgar Cemetery. here. All of the above and the Garry Wendel and Carolyn Master at- Grone family, Gina Grone and Hollis tended G:andparents Day in Shickley Grone were dinner guests Sunday of and ate lunch with grandchildren Tim and Marti Airs and family, Caitlyn, ZackandTristenMosier. Shickley. Emil and Ruth Pearson went to Allen and Dqrothy Boss were Sun- Fairbury for dinner with Ran and Gall dav dinner and afterm)on guests of Ward. Gail's mother. Katherine Shannon and Donna Fowler. Collin Nippert, Courtyard Terrace. accompa- and Hunter. nied them for the day. Sadie Simonton was a long week- GuilaVinkenburg, Gilead. and Paul end guest ofhcrdaughter. Faye Benin. Neuhart, Deshler, were Sunday guests at Grafton. of Barb Powers. Tregan and Deb Alberts attended Richard and Mary Alice Carman the Legion birthday party at Deshler, A met K,,'vin and Barb Havlicek in catered meal was served. When enter- Bruning for pizza. Sunday evening the ing the room. each received a poppy Havliceks were on their way home. corsage or boutonniere. Saturday evening dinner guests of Tregan and Deb Alberts attended Deloris Van Skiver were Lance. An- the Jim ')oshart funeral at Milford, gela. Erin and John Master. Omaha. Nob, on Saturday. Rich and Wanda Master Stella Schroeder. Grand Island, vis- Tregan and Deb Albers and Tregan ited several days with her grandpar- Albers II. Blair. were guests of Perry eni s. Rogerand Marlys Schroeder. Her and Julic Rhoads. Hebron. on Sunday. dad, Jesse. came to get her before theDale Wittrock and Linda Wittrock holiday. Her grandparents. Roger and attended the Vietnam veterans' supper Marlys, were Sunday guests in Grand hel d at the VFW Post in Geneva Marcia Island with Jesse, Katie and Stella. 2 I. A Vietnam veteran spoke about Hosting their children for dinner some of his experiences while he was Sunday were Nell and Bernita Miller. serving there. Guests were Jan and Patty Anderjaski. Lorcne Jagels was a Sunday guest Wes and Ben. Palisade. Will of A1 and Betty Poppe at Chester. Anderjaski. Lincoln. Neb., Betsy Th'e Woodman's essay contest was Anderjaski. Crete, Nick Johnson, held at the cafeteria in Davenport last McCook.Duane and DebMiller.Ryan Tuesday. Parents and other relatives Miller. Drew and Emily Miller and and friends were invited to hear the Blake. Chris, Erin and Mason speeches. This was lbr grades fifth Schroeder. Lincoln. Neb., Steve, through eighth. Peggy, Daniel and Cortney Russell, CleoraFickenwasadinnerguestof Lincoln. Neb.. Sally Nichols and Bruce andJayne Ficken. Whitney Kolar. Pilger, Gary and Su- DinnerguestsofLIoydandMarilyn san Miller and Abby and Eric Miller, were Doug, Kathy, Jennifer and Brett Lincoln. Neb. There certainly was a Holtzen and Gary, Regan. Lexi and houseful at the Millers. Gracie, Hastings. Tracy Anderson, Wayne, Neb.,and Vern and Irene Hartman returned her children Dylan. Gavin and horne from Scottsdale. Ariz.. last Adrienne. visited her parents over theWednesday. They visited Vcrn's three weekend. Joining them at Phil and Deb sons. Coming to see them were Irene' s Johnson's home for dinner was Edna sister, Edna, and Frank Musil. Fie- Johnson. rence, Ariz.. and granddaughter, Amy Joe and Georgia Keim entertained Chelboun. Chandler, Ariz. their family on Friday evening. Find- Sunday Tim and Deb O'Callaghan ing their place at the table were James. picked up Donna Bohlin~ and the), Dr. nary Darrell Kile inic Small and large animal services Grooming appointments House calls Country calls After-hour emergencies Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon and 1-5 p. m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon Nate Casey became the agent at the Farm Bureau Financial Services office in Superior on Aug. 1. He has been with the com- pany for about nine years and transferred from Grand Island to the Hebron office seven years ago. Currently he is in the Superior office Tuesday and Thursday and the Hebron office Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Nate carries a full line of insurance products vehicle, farm, home and life as well as health insurance from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska. Financial services Nate Casey available include investments and annuities. "I like to help people, and in this day and age people need help and are happy to have somone assist them with these kind of purchases," he said. Before becoming an agent, Nate farmed with his wife's family in the Chapman, Neb., area. Originally from north- west Iowa, Nate now lives in Hebron with his wife, Kristi, and their three children: Keegan, age nine; Cooper, age seven; and Kinley, age four. His wife is orginally from Chapman. His hobbies include playing golf whenever he's able, which isn't that often. "I love my job, so I work a lot," he said. He also enjoys all activities with his family. Nate's office is located at 449 N. Commercial in Superior. The office telephone ntlmber is 879-3377. His cell phone number is 402-200-0611. FUNERAL HOMES 750 N COmmercial. Superior, Neb. a 402-879-3900 Chester - Girls Scouts helped create a batik project. Pictured (from left) are Loetta Swanson, Braelyn Iserhagen, Hope Reinke, Xanthe Steffen, Hannah Collins. Cindy Chinn - artist, Autumn Noojin, Kim Bargen and Jaden Siegel. Photo by Jean Crouse wentto Kearney tothe homeofJoe and their granddaughters during spring Wenske. Wade and Tanner. lr~ __ 1_11- .lenMcRe ,nolds. IuliaandJace. Join- break. They had dinner with their two Getti, g together with their parents. Jt ,epumlc ing them were Stewart and Kristen nieces and families, the Richgeks and Mike and Ellen Buresh. for the long By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Brinegar, Dedric. Preston and Grace. Kutlers. weekend were Rye, Tonya, Gage and Hebron CurtandCindyDunlop.North Randy and Melanie Jones were JaedynDeGarmo, Beloit. Dottg, Beth James and Elaine Spafford were Platte. Ben Alderman. Lincoln. Neb.. weekend guests of Dick and Sharon and Mitchell Buresh. Kansas City, last weekend guests ofOleta Hobson. Matt and Bree O'Callaghan. Denver. Paul.returningtotheirhomeinOmaha Nick. Cindy, and Davne. Ellie and WardandlleneAurandandLeonard Mr. and Mrs.WintMcRey nolds.Stock- on Sunday. Jake Buresh. Lincoln. Ne, b.. coming and Helen Erickson met Elvie Steier in ton. Saturday evening dinner guests of on Friday and Steve, Mary Jo, Mallory Fairfield for a cafe supper last Satur- Finally gettmg to celebrate his 85th Cher) l Walburn Jerod and Britney, and Ryan. Plainville. Steve .and tam- day and celebrated the March birth- birthday was Vernon Carman. His were Don and Mariiyn Ahrens. Brett ily, left on Sunday as did Nick and days. daughter None,. brought a cake and Walburn. Lincoln, Neb.. Alexandra family. Dougs left Saturday evening. Jasper and Riata Spillman were Richard. Marx Alice and Crystal Anderson. Omaha. Sunday all of the Rye, Tonya and children stayed over- guestsoftheirgrandparents.Steveand Carman and Brad. Pat. Kalen and above were dinner guests of Don and night on Sunday and returned home Charlene Spillman several days last Riley Shuck joined him to celebrate. Marilyn.Lateafternoonalloftheabove Monday. week. Crystal Carman came from Wash- but Don and Marilyn were supper Jovce Boman. Topeka. was a past tn_~ton D.C. for two days with her guests of Robert and Jane Walburn at TheDavenportEasteregghuntheld , on Saturday morning was well at- week guest ofVida Boman while vis- parents. Brad and Pam Sh uck prepared Endicott. tended. It was sponsored by the achieve- iting her mother Georgia Webber. dinner for the Cormans. Saturday supper guests of Larry Sonny joined them on Tuesday and Ernic and Diane Blau were in and M~,rilyn Keim were Ricky and ment board. Hastings on Saturday evening to help Natasha Keim. Ezra. Finley and U'nion Pacific Steam Engine 844 Doug and Denice Snow celebrate their Lennon. Waverly. whistled its way through Davenport 50th bil'thda2e~. Sunday dinner guests of Larry and Saturday.Therewerefewcarsbuteach Dick and Sharon Paul was in Wash- Marilyn Keim were Cindy Hutt:hinson. had a name. It went so fast it was hard ington. D.C. last weekend caring for Lincoln. Neb.; Kevin and Amy to read the names. w is the time to y used... with low rate John Deere finan ng xed Rates 0 "1.5Yo for l::2:;mbtltIis O Now through April 30 JOHN DEERE 1890 Idaho Superior, Nab., 68978 402-879-3276 1-888-251-0212 www. oregontrailequypmen t. corn The Superior Express each week, you are missing the news, features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices, PO Box 408 * Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main * Mankato, Kan. 66956 * 785-378-3191 in Nebraska $24 One Year in Kansas $25.50 (includes sales tax of area being delivered) One Year in Other States, $35 One Year mnmmmm mmmmmm "1 I I | I I r m iN m mm m m m m m mm m mmm mlm mm m mmm m mm mmm i Please send a subscription of The Superior Express to: I I Name: State Zip Renewal I I I I I I | Address iCity li Amount NCW remained for the Webber funeral on Thursday. Last Wednesday overnight guests of Vida Boman were Mr. and Mrs. Brett Boman and Ana and RyaQ Boman. Topeka~, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Worrell, S pringfield, Me. Scott Boman, Liberal, was a Thursday evening guest, Donna Noble met Amy Landgren and children in Lincoln, Neb. They visited the Children's Museum. Merlyn and Jean Farlee were last Saturday supper guests of Ralph and Mary Jane Hallack. Glenna Brown and Virginia Petersen had a cafe dinner last Friday. Ward and Ilene Auradd visited Ralph Clark and Sue Stenson in Bred- stone Hospital. On Saturday Vida Boman, Sheila and Kayla Blanding'were in Hanover to attend a bridal shower honoring Kristin Kruse, bride-elect of Keith Blanding. Jason and Hannah Sugars were Tuesday evening visitors of Glenn and Phyllis Hefts. Chris Springer, Noah and Jacob were weekend guests of Betty Evert. There was a nice turnout at the 3 p.m. coffee time at the Republic cafe Monday with much fun and visiting. Joann Eggers and Phyllis Hefts at- tended the China Luncheon in Hubbell. Jamie Woolley, Osborne, stayed several days with her parents, Glenn and Phyllis Hefts. Jana Chase visited Tammy Emmet and family. Tommy has been ill. Virginia Petersen was a last Wednesday guests in Belleville with James and Carol Levendofsky and the Daryl Rieke family. They celebrated Carol' s birthday. Judy Erkenbrack and Mary Agnes Johnson joined the Farmerettes to sing at the National Tops Convention at Grand Island. Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior, Nab. 402-879-3291 NCl & HO l EXPO APRIL IO & 11 Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. IBlCl&l Vn, l,l, 141' .4,'H BUILDING F d]NGNOUIIID# ~Free Admission! Food all Weekend by Pachta Pork ] Door Prizes! Variety of F-,xhibitor$!-- Informational Presentations( Free Trees! (while they last) Tre~$ donated by K-Stal~ ~arch & F-,xt~oaion. Bcll~vilt= Tres Board & Chamber A9 Committ=~ J. Drawing for Chamber Bucks & Outdoor fire pit donated by Food Mart I Pick up your E, xpo ~ign-up sheet at the d~ow Exhibitors All Things Exterior Belleville Farm &Home Concordia Tractor lnc David Pachta K-State Research & Extension Lake Construction NCK Specialty Crop Project Resco Chiropractic. PA Scentsy Candles Weaver Repair Informational Saturday April IO 10:00 Landscaping 101 Molly Williams 11:00 Bird Seed Treats Janessa & Katie Polansky Seed 12:00 Easy Hands on Floral Design that Will Light Up Your Room Domonik Siemsen The Feathered Nest 12:30 Best Shrubs for Your Landscape Dr. Cheryl Boyer K-State Research & Extension 1:30 Tipsy Pots Janessa & Katie Polansky See~ Belleville 100 Carpet Cleaning by Imaginary Colours Crossroads Floral & Antique Villa Ecowater of NCK KREP FM Leap of Faith Art Studio Polanksy Seed, Inc. Riteway Lumber Tastefully Simple Present~tiqqs Sunday April 11 12:30 Seven Reasons to Use Ornamental Grasses Trish Rernley Grassland Gardens 1:30 Bird Seed Treats Janessa & Katie Polansky Seed 2:00 ~psy Pots uanessa & Katie Polensky Seed Organized by the Agriculture Cornmil-tee of the Ball,rifle A~m (~mmber of Comme.P~ Sponsored by the gellevilte APe(= Cho~lbe~ of Commerce and the Beneviile ~in Strm~ Pr~m _1 ENERGYWISE~ Yes No ~FI Do you currently have six inches or less of citti~ insulation? ~.,[~ Are you adding at least six inches or R-19 to your attic? Do have a heat pump, you electric furnace or electric heat (baseboard ,radiant, etc.)? YOU QUALIFY FOR THE ENERGYWISE RESIDENTIAL ATTIC INSULATION PROGRAM Receive an in(entire of $.15/square fool wilh'a moximum incentive amoual of $300 per exisling residential dwelling. *New conslruttion ond/or oddilions do not quoliiy. $o~th Central P~blic Po~er Nelson, Nebraska 1-800-557-5254 District p*