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Thursday, April 22, lg.q.'a THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 9A Mrs. Clarence Wilton, Mr. and Sunday afternoon. The Bar- Present gifts to that day, Doris Skinner's was L 1 N ~ Gilbert Wilton, Mr. and leen•s returned home that L 1 N April 12 and Denise Snow's oca ews Mrs. Dwayne Barleen and Lynn evening. Mr. andMrs. Gilbert 50-yearOl Olive Davenport oca ews April 22. Denise and Darcy Wilton met Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton returned to Denver Men- Chal er menlt l'lt Snow were Monday afternoon day morning, visitors of Doris Skinner for her Wilton and Kimberly Harris in Edwin and Donna Mary Olive Chapter No. 63 OrderBy Mrs. Calvin Meets rail and L)oris Keim were John oirthday. Church•Schmitt and Rick and Cheryl Superior and attended worship Hornbussel and Mac Mellott at- of =he Eastern Star met MondaySenior Center News and Dorothy Krogh, Nora, Todd, Last week visitors of Dora pastor•Schmitt. They had dinner to- services at the Ftrst Baptist tended graveside services at evening. Worthy Matron ]:.iliy Monday, April 26• puzzlesJulie• Tyler, Kylie and Conner and Linda Wittrock were Joann Youth gerber Sunday. Earl Schoof was Church. Wayne Wilton• Grand Franklin for Mrs. Hornbussel•s t/l~ey conducted the business and games, 10 a.m. Fish fillet, Jansen, Aurora, Ray, Carla and Schardt, Mildred Hoist, Helen r, April unable to join them because of Island• visited Mr. and Mrs. great-aunt, Alice Hurnmell• Ft. meeting, creamed potatoes, buttered car- Spencer Warner• Hickman, Buckles and Marilyn Ahrens. ~0 a.m.; illness. Joining them for supper Clarence Wilton and their guests Collins, Colo. Hebron Chapter No. 31 rots, bread and butter, milk, bar Tammy Tegtmei~x, Kearney• Last Monday John and L Tues-were Wilma and Raulo Damian, ity Cir- Mickey Damian and Kathy, ~ O.E.S. invited the Olive Chapter cookie. Jon, Rhonda and Samantha Mildred Herman were surprised to attend Friendship Night Tuesday, April 27, crafts• 10 Myers, Deshler, Wendy and and when Larry and Janelle Herman, Iome, 2 Aaron and Alexis Grenfell be" News Wednesday. Information was re- a.m. Jeannie Stutzman• "Nutri- Meisha Hutchinson• Lincoln, Sylvia andJarvisLautenschlaser and Prayer, fore returning to Lincoln. ceived from Grand Chapter con- tion Screening.'• Beef and nod- Jerre, Ardith and Justin Hoins, and James and Pauline Hanson Easter Sunday guests of cerning by-law changes to be dies, corn, broccoli and pea Larry, Marilyn and Ricky Keim, brought refreshments to cele- p.m. Merna Buresh were Mr. and voted on at Grand Chapter. A salad, bread and butter, milk, Jeff, Janet, Brittany and Garrett brate John's birthday. Doris Skinner accompanied and Phyllis Mrs. Eugene Buresh and Trisha, By Highland Club Towne Easter weekend were letter from the Omaha Vamo- pineapple and bananas. Keim• Steph Keim and Lanny her daughter and husband• Den- and Gerry Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Towne and flont Club, comprised of past Wednesday, April 28, St. Pc- Keim• ine Hinz at-Lee Ruttman, Brant, Stacy and Mrs. Ron Porter and Pam were Tiffany, Grand Island, Mandi matrons and past patrons of the ter's School, kindergarten and Celebrating Easter with .Mar- ise and Doug Snow, to the n Legion andfriend, Nelson, Dan Buresh and the children of Mr. and Mrs. Towne, Kearney, and Mr. and Omaha area, told of their will- first grade. Barbecue chicken, vin and Elsie Holtzen were D.O.E.S. annual salad luncheon supper and Ann Bitzner, Joshua and Ryan, Don Cassell. Mr. and Mrs. Cas- Mrs. Wayne Towne, Lincoln. ingness to visit Omaha hospital- tater triangles, succotash, bread morning visitors Terry, Lori, at the Elks Cluh in Hastings ' Room.the Ruskin Jamestown,Roop and Kiah,Mr'Hebronand Mrs.andChrisMr. sell participated in a bowling Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wil- ized sister and brothers of the and butter, milk, vanilla pud- Tyson, Alesia and Tenon Bauer, Monday, April 5. Good Friday luline Hanson, and Mrs. Bill Hattan, Milligan. tournament at Grand Island. liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith out-of-state chapter. A letter ding. Oak. Dinner guests were Rod• Mrs. Skinner and Diane Blau Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and McKcown and Dan Saturday from the Most Worthy Grand Thursday, April 29, Chris Judy and Nicole Tegtmeier, and Angie attended the D.O.E. e Herman and Elmer Anderson and Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek at- evening. Matron Virginia Pointer, llli- Fehr and family entertainment• Walter Holtzen, DuWayne S. annual Esatm" party for the a Lautenachler Anderson were in Lincoln tended the wedding reception ening guests in Thursday. Maureen Wameking, Leona nois, told ~f her travels to visit, games. Ham loaf, hash brown Holtzen and Hulda Jagels, Day- children at the Elks Club with and Mildred Donna Gillan was in Hastings and dance Saturday evening for Porter and Thelma Newton were 27 grand jurisdictions and chap- potato bake, cole slaw, bread enport, Chad and Joni Kacher, Mrs. Snow, Derick and Darcy. ters in Alaska, Hawaii and Scot- and butter, milk, peaches. Geneva. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Snow was chairman of the art, to help Mr. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hurt. Sunday visitors of Nina Mac land. She urged the continued Friday, April 30, film. Joe and Georgia Keim and their Easter egghunt and party. They ~his 85th birth- Sunday afternoon Mr. and Dee Anne Porter, Mrs. Gary Brace. Mrs• Albert Samsula attended Ostdiek, Mrs. Don Cassell and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pedersen support of the cancer research, Smothered beef patty, green guests, Dennis and Helen Car- also vistied Christie Blau. Den- ;s and Pauline the retirement for Vic Schmitt Mrs. Ron Porter attended Altar were Sunday surJper guests of Estarl, Heart Foundation and the beans, orange gelatin fruit, bread rels, Grand Island. n is, C'harla and Kayla Skinner Pper guests of and visited Mr• and Mrs• Ben Society Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Har~ Christensen. youth program of O.E.S. A trip and butter, milk, yellow cake. Alma Lautenschiager hosted met mere tor supper. ifer Hanson in Mussmann, Deshler. In the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wil- Wanda Biltoft was a Saturday is planned by the General Grand All meals and activities subject an Easter dinner at York Easter Etta Rachow and Gaylord evening they attended the pork liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl afternoon visitor of .Anna Miller Chapter to Australia and New to change without notice. Sunday. Present were Elliott and Rachow were Easter Sunday Schmitt attended barbecue at Ruskin for the Pas- Petz Thursday morning, and Dagmar Pedersen. Zealand. The Home economics classes Eunice Jagels and Mark, Su- guests of their daughter and sis- 's Club in Su- tor Daniel Knief family. Satur- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. The Doug Porter children Nebraska Grand Chapter and will be sponsoring the annual zanne• Derek, Brett and Jason tar, Birdene Nichols, Geneva. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams were Easter weekend visitors of Olive Chapter No. 63 O.E.S. play school April 26. Jagels, Davenport, Ron and Other guests were Ralph and Megan day Mr. and Mrs. Samsula at- were Mr. and Mrs. Don Wil- their grandparents at Wood will again give a scholarship to a Alice Dursch was a TuesdaySharon Lichty and Ron, Rona" Janice Baxa, Anderia, Michelle special attendedHebron.the Del Wicks track meet liams, Mrs. Stephen Williams, River. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter graduating Superior High Se- evening visitor of Dora Wit- Ross and Riley Volkmer, Car- and Matthew, Tobias. James and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder Aman.da and Lindsey and Lela were Sunday visitors of Mr. and nior. This year's recipient is trock, leton, Glen Ja~els• Omaha, Easter morning visitors of vere in Almavisited in the Darrell Harrington r~untsmgcr• ....... Mrs• Louis Note. Sandy Smith. John He.rman attended early Caryn Jagels ~tn~ Kiley, Nor- Blanche Nelson were her grand- rroudt. Leslie home Sunday aftemoon. .Mr; an.~. ~rs. uon t~ssen at- Sarah Porter was a Saturday Courtesy chairman, Jose- Easter services at Christ Luthe- folk, Scott and Jana Schelko-f daugmer and famdy, Carla and n in the after- Mr and Mrs Alvin Lowerv, ~noc.o, ao!r!noay par. ty or oary guest of Mr• and Mrs. Ron Per- rhine Young, reported sending ran Church Sunday. Strand, Deeann Wolfe, D~s RaY Wemer and Spencer• Hick- Ruby" Lonsdale Stan, Craig, ostmeK l-rma.yevenmg, ter. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Richard ket-well cards to Phyllis Gour- Bey Prucha, Mel and Ty, Moin~ Iowa, and Mariaret Li- man. An afternoon visitor was j • ~, • • | • . s Denise ana urea tmssel ar ~cl Tare Han- Dick Lowerv Mrs Terry P. " Porter and Sarah were supper lev and Marguerite Moret. Lincoln, were Easter Sunday chtv Geneva Roger Nelson. " "~ .... J tici ated in a lock in at Uae " • "i ate allala Friday Meyer Bertrand and Connie P " guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olive Chapter wfllparuc p and Monday guests of her [~onard ~d Joyce Wittrock Don and Marilyn Ahrens ~' . ~ ' ' school Frida ni,ht " • " " s undo where Suchk ttend h f of .~ . ..Y g • . Russell,Superior.Saturdaym the ctt-w~de garage saleparents, VerleandShirleyKeim. and Joel, Waverlv, and Esther were Easter evening dinner Y a a ed t e uneral " ' v" " Y ............... rrmay ancmoon 1rotors of evenin,, Mr and Mrs Porter at ........ Easter dinner guests of Dar- Wittrock, Deshler. were Easter guests of their daughter and • ,~ miss l een rate q,.sasseii in ~utton wenncs- Mr an" Mrs Don Cassell and b • • - o,,ttau~y. She won four day . ... u ~. . a . tended the wedding receptionMembers will observe me l-l' nor S"hlTlitt afternoon visitors of Dora and family, Cheryl and Jeff Wal- 4iss Teen Ne- Connie Stichka, Tyson, Tar- ~amtiy were ~r;ana Mrs. Harry and dance for Mr. and Mrs. Jeff 100th anniversary of Olive~ -- ~ .... Linda Wittrock bum, Brett, Jerod and Brittany, ..... ~... x t~orcnermng, bcnaeuer, Iowa. H-rt California ,..~....,.,. ^ ,, ~ ~unaay atternoon wc _ • _ r~^. ,.... lor anowmtney, t~riooaDclie r Mr' " k ,- , .- • . ,.-,met,.- ~us. -• • " . " r .... gUeSL~ of Vie I nwor~, Rnhv~[ nn~,t,U~ ,,aM. and .s" Gary Ostdte. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Worm The 50-year_ members i ........ ~ .............. attended a fmmly Easter amner r d tt at a Hardy Tessa and Tara I ~nwerv attended ........ were Wednesday suppe guetsoresent, Gladys Kubat an D" " ." • . -- --~ ......... at me home ot Mr. an(] axrs. F llm r - nted lxte.. Dustm the ~.m'na o reclm_l ...~" Mrs... P..hl-a .......... . i ~ ~ of Mr. and Mrs. Don o e. Helen Edenburn, were prese ) ~'aui rtoelt ng m o lam ly. t ne • n hman, Jerr man Do hlor ............... Saturday Mr. and Mrs• Gary a gift by Worthy Matro --¢, , ..... .,, ....... Oirttldi2 S O! KrlsLin, Lflao one -- - and ~4 .... i,a,,.,, Y Follmer took Mr and Mrs Don Maxev ............. Gar~, wcreobsevcd~ .... Follmer and Gayl'e, who is "visit- The• 25-year members recog- t~onnie rotter, uiane went- in,, h,~r ,-~-,'n,~ ~ few ,~,,s out --;~,--~ ..... ~ c'-,-,ovieve Ebsen • "~ man, Peggy Cassell and Bernita ~ ~ v ...... ~ , , .............. lr ~ , • ~ 7t 7 '~i ' ". -.... .. for supper to celebrate Don s Pearl Langer, Esther and grandsons, Dustin and Derrick Kaley Bondegard, Clay Center, daughters, Bennet, Alan and . Ostdick at cnocu tree ~pirit • • na t'~d~.~Wlt'~.~ /~/P.W.~ ]l - ~I ...... bmhday. Chauncev Mtckelsen, Leo Drohman and Jordan Schmitt Bryan and Julia Biltoft, Oak, Velda Lempka and sorts, Crab ------,i.,,.-,, ..~..-.,,. ..- • v ,, ~,t~ Club at l~arO wenrman s nome ...... - ..... /i ..-. . • ~unaay ~tr• and Mrs. uonPaulsen, Yeueve r~misen, r'.rs• and ,,randdau,,hter Hannah Doug and Sharlene LemondsOrchad, Ruth Start and daugh- ~- ,nursaay evening. Follmer attended church at St Maxev and Mar~ene Shuck ... • ~ ~ ' and Case,, and Corby Kim tar, Craig and Marlene ,qtr~ube • • " -----~--- ." " ~cnmltt. ] " ' Mr m~d Mrs Bob Dudley, r Hornbussel took Betty Carter to Kansas City ... ; • ;.; _ . _ Cecelia, Hastings, where Andy Dixie Coggin is eligible for he qohm;, --ire,~ Jan 1 after brough, Hastings, Steve Biltoft and daughters and her aunt. Otil- 1 waterloo, came wednesday m Follm v m ' ................. ' g Alfred and Friday" for her plane to Arizona." ' . . - . er recei ed his first co - 25-year pin this month. " drivino ,,rmol m,ck for 38 and Justin, Lincoln, Jared, Jesse ha Cain; Sterhng. ternoon to be with Glad s Web larry a,,~-a~ e~.~ ~.~.~ ,..... :o,;... u... ~...,u Y " mumon They and Gayle were The Anril birthdays of Jose- "-" -t, -- ~, ....... S-- n Bil i " - • --] ~L~lll[~J.ft~ dll%.~ ~11 ~l~l[~ll~ ll~l Ik/ltJIAl- , " I " r " 127" ~ee at ~t I, ,,~ n,,~, v~ ........ ,4 ~:.,.~,,m bar and are housgue.sts of M. lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. chine Young and Dorothy Cor- years. After returning from the ana nanno toll M lford. " ..... " ............................... "' M" 'v',n ..... ~'i'z Mrs ............ service in 1954, he began work- and Wayne, Kay, Ryan, LOnn,e f _ -,~ Itch 1~ " .. .,.~, ...... ~. ...... NnKc POllmer man were reco lzen aria or their Woemer, and famihes several , .. . .... . ,, gn ing for C F. Bondegard who ana cottuntoa. II 11 ~,,t. ............... Dan Jacobaz, Markcle, and Jay- Tuesday Evel,,- Honevcutt ,,u ..... n;,,~,,~ ........ sun,, Re- ." " s Fern Fisher was a Wednesday -,,,at ~empe, oays. Mr. one Mrs. woerner ws-• . . • • . ~, ~-- ~. , -,,,ew ...... ~ -.~- .o. was pumping gravel on hts dad I I LIP I/! IL/I£ II cce were Fnda afternoon wm ." Remne,._. ited h,'r.. .ei~,er~..., B--v....~ -~"h"......, ,,,~, Y " Anna Mdler and Myrtle Suer- freshments were served m the,lace, lust to he,.ln him out. afternoon, visitor of Mildred k~J • , tors mr,,,~, ,~'~,,,,~ oav~,uwa~,c ........ ,,,u.,*" u,"- "l"-:u,~u ....... way " . . .-. . walt. attended the Golden Age dining room by Edenbum, ~/Vhen-/~. Bondegard sold the . ....... Guests of Mr and Mrs t-io o rds . • • Y droner at the manor. Paulsen and Linda Stevens. , suTher home~ ~,,~ c'~,,t w~,-,,,v~,,, ~,a ..... Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClure O.E.S. member, Terryl Nor-,,r~vel business to Beret Bros Jonn aria Mnorco were ain-baturoay one ~unnay nouseg- ~n~ in 1972 Schmitt c%ntinuexi net guests of Larry and Janelle uests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle 1 Davna T,-,,i¢,., w,.,,- r:~,,~. ~,,,a,,, XOU]EII ale ~-sJt'n'l and M~ke Honeycutt were Tues- gaard, told of her work asto work for them Herman Easter Stmday. Other Henmann and family were Ktm -" (linn"-'er''*ue'st"s-of D ori's ...... Jay evening visitors of Evelyn Peace Corps worker on Lain- In 1970, Mr and Mrs guests were Scot, Robyn andRegelean and Dennis Heitmann, and Beu- tn 't or Other otrec Island. Schiriitt bouoht the farm where Jesse V0n' Sprccitelsen," Clay" Eineoln.' ......... .......... ' Platte. Ma/k':~-ad "Cin-(lv Nli-ll-er *:~ "Patlla ands'Jenny Jone$~"~ Mi.k~Honeycutt and Eve lyn~is:*~-i~i;dv........ they live H~ w~ born on that Cenier, BOb "/ffid'Vei~' Whtts; "~'Hdusegdests of Orvil Hait- I the fu- Alex Grand Island Steve and and Shannon Kohler, Nelson itea Mr. and tree Lain ...... J f,'u'm in 1"931 This year he rent- Deweese, Fred and Marlys Jest- man Friday through Suriday cousin, Ann' Kutilek und' sons, and were Nuckolls County Farm Bu- mars. Evelyn remained over- etl the farm out " er and Mr. Jester's mother, were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swan, to Floyd and Koran Rothfuss,reau's representatives at the night and attended the Ernest Also present Sunday to help Grace Jester, Fairfield.Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. Omaha. 1993 Nebraska Farm Bureau Lammers sale Thursday. Sheat Hardy ~ ~ him celebrate were his brother, Sharon Bohling, McCook, Randy Heitmann and family, was a Sun- Dusty and Jesse Wulf were Youth Citizenship and Safety returned home with Mrs. Gary The Hardy Cemetery Associ- Gerald, and wife, LaVonne, and Jim Brewer, Burwell, were Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle of Roy and weekend guests of Steve and Seminar March 21-23 at the McClureThursday evening, ation annual meeting was last Ord, sister, Wilma, and husband, last Saturday visitors of Dora Heitmann and family, MaHyn and Marian Diane Gebcrs and Jamie, Nora. Youth Leadership Development Evelyn Honcycutt accompa- Thursday at the Hardy Fire Hall Raulo Damian, Lincoln, sister, and Linda Wittrock. Heitmann, Kim Regelean ' and ~day evening Attending the Bowling tour- Center, Aurora. nied Foe Meyer to Superior Fri- with ell board members and two Sylvia, and husband, Jarvis Lau- Easter dinner guests of Emie, Dennis Heilmarm joined them nament in Grand Island Satur- Paula Jones, 18, and Jenny day to attend the district conven- visitors present, tenschlager, Davenport, brother- Diane and Angle Blau were for a barbecue supper Saturday. Donna Mary day and Sunday were Marlin Jones, 17, are the daughters of iton of the Rebekah Lodge. Sun- Bernice I-Iansen, president, in-law, LaVon Schoof, and wife, Christie Blau,Kelly Tofflemeier Saturday mormng visitors of ~er in Supe- and Lisa Meyer, Dennis and Sta- Lonnie and June Jones. Shannon daY' Mrs. Honeycutt was a din- conduct~ the business meeting. Marilyn, Oak, niece and neph- and Canny Blau, Hastings, Mrs. Alven Renz were Mr. and arl Hesser, cey Shroyer, Jeff and Syn Dee Kohier, 16, is the daughter of ner guest of Mr and Mrs. Gary A cleanup day was discussed, ew, Mickey Damian and Kathy Brent Blau and Eric White, Mrs. LaVerne Renz, Lincoln, :h Reiman, Wulf, Don and Peggy Cassell, Randy and Deb Kohler. McClure. An avenue of flages at the Grenfell and children, Aaron Kcarney. Joining them for sup- Vivian Hansen, Hardy, Gwen 3uss,l, Burr Nelsoja, Shana Thayer and Dab The seminar featured work- Delbert Hartshorn and Rebe- cemetery to honor the vetreans and Alexis, Lincoln, and Jay and per were Dennis, Charla and- Grueber and Orlyn and Paula Jan, Superi- Brazil, Superior. shops on drug and alcohol kah, Seward, and Rose Jacobitz, of all wars buried there was sug- Jeane Lautenschlager, Jessica Kayla Skinner, Doug, Denise, Renz. Later Mrs, Alvin Renz arer this Cody Meyer visited Alfred awareness, AIDS and citizen- Omaha" came April 10 and were gested. The board seeks the in- and Jena, Oak. Derick and Darcy Snow, Hast- took Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Renz and Mary Ann Meyer, Loretta ship responsibilities and on rail- overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. rest of veterans' family mem- Other guests were from Lin- ings, and Doris Skinner. The and Vivian Hansen out for aMin- and Holly Feismer and Clark and Lynette road, gun and electrical safety. Ivan Jacobitz. They and Mr. and bars and other Hardy communi- coin, Beatrice, Fairbury, April birthdays were also cele- her at ~a care. Mrs. Hdrrnan Deshler, Edgar, Hardy, Nelson, brated. Dennis Skirmer's and Bohling was a Tuesday lifter- Davenport, Ruskin and Oak.Doug Snow's birthdays werenoon visitor. and BrendaGrueber, Laurel and Bill while visited his parents were at the bowling home of toumament in Grand Island. and Mrs. Friday evening the card party Mr. Horn- group had a cafe supper together at a Superior cafe. Attending Mrs. were Steve and Dixie Bargen, and Mrs. Marlin and Lisa Meyer, Jeff and and Mrs. Syn Dee Wulf, Superior, Kevin and Mr. and Carol Wulf, Cadams, Steve Shellhase,and Diane Gebers, Dave and Seminar participants traveled Mrs. Jacobitz, Terra, Bruce, Vie; ty organizations. to Lincoln March 22 for a tour Jacobitz, Nick and Josh were of the state capitol and meetings among others as guests for a co- Resident Assistant with a legislative aide and a operative Easter dinner at the Lisa Shunkwiler, Fairfield, page for the Nebraska Legisla- home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce has been selected to serve as res- ture. They also met with Lan- Wolfe and Jared, Fairfield. Bob ident assistant at Nebraska Wes- caster County Attorney Gary Dudley left Sunday afternoon to leyan University for the 1993-94 Lacey who discussed the re- return to their home at Waterloo." school year. Sherry Gebers and Troy and in Lin- Kathy Hefts. Shirley Swanson visited Gla- with the dys Shroyer Saturday morning. Steve Mrs. Shroyer was a Saturday dinner guest of Ruth Braun and le Tina Nelsen, Superior. their homeFriday Clarence and lla Wil- fire dam- ton and Roger Sr. and Lynn Wilton had supper together in t SaturdaySuperior. They returned to the and Wilton home where they were. physically. and Nila joined by Dwayne Colleen Bara- Meyers lean, St. Paul, and Gilbert and Roberta Wilton, Denver, Harold visited and Lorna Wilton, Superior, and Delka, Kimberly Harris, Burr Oak. to visit Saturday evening the Clar- Arlene enee Wiltons, Gilbert Wiltons Rock. and Dwayne Barleen's attended early Satur- a hamburger fry at the Harold to and Lorna Wilton home. Other Delka, guests were the Roger Wilton Adam Sr., Roger Jr. and Kristen Wil- visit- ton, Gail Hudlburgh, Superior, evening, and Kimberly Harris, Burr Oak. Woemer Sunday morning Mr. and Nuckolls County Courthouse ly, 30 in observance of Selma Ferguson Nuckolls County Clerk sponsibilities of the county at- torney's office. While in Lin- coln, the students also toured the University of Nebraska-Lin- coin's Animal Science Com- plex• The seminar concluded with a presentation by Jeff Hiers, High Plains Journal, Dodge City, Kan. An ordained minister, Hiers encouraged the young people to live a balanced life by taking care of themselves per- sonally, mentally, spiritually and SUPERIOR FOOT CLINIC FOOT SPECIALIST-SURGEON 213 East Third-Superior Neb. Dr. Phil M~vnard In assess i/ NO extensions may be granted. Penalties will be applied for late filing. Diane Collins Nuckolls County AssessOr Let Us Ke, Don't Be On the latest news, sports, community events, editorials and area happenings! 'To Keep Up With the Times SUBSCRIBE TO: The uperior PO Box 408, Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-3291 PO Box 258. Webber, Kan ,,, , , r" ...................... --1 I Enter My Subscription to I The Superior Express I city State mp I I Amount New-- Renew | L. ....................... .J $12 per year or three years for $33 in advance in Nebraska; Kansas plus tax, $12.71 or $34.95. Elsewhere, $18 per year or three years for $50 Ma~ Subscription Blank to The Superior Express, P. O. Box 408. 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