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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 2, 2002 Hardy By Gwen Petersen t, irl i St. Paul Lutheran Church: Today, (Thursday) 8 p.m., church council meets. Sunday, 9 a.m., worship with Holy communion; 10:30 a.m., Sunday school and Fellowship Hour; Pastor Rev. Harold Stromer. Sunday, May 12, Dr. Andrew Jensen, Lincoln, will serve as pastor. Union Church of Hardy: Sunday, 10:30 a.m., services. Lance Shafer, speaker. Communion will be served. Ushers are Bill Carman and Kenneth Pedersen. Sunday, 9:30 a.m., church counci! will meet. Kevin and Juliane Miller, Madison and Evin, Friend, were weekend guests of Jim and Donna Miller. Brian and Raelyn Miller, Tanner and Reid met Raelyn's parents, sister and niece in Omaha over the weekend. They all attended the State Gymnas- tics meet in which Tanner placed sec- ond in his age group level and Reid placed second in his level. i evening Bill, Donna, Kerry and Laurie Carman attended the FFA Banquet at Superior High School. Bill and Donna attended the spaghetti supper Sunday evening at the Superior Methodist Church. Glennis McCutcheon was hostess Thursday afternoon for Never Idle Club. Members DonnaCorman, Arlyne Gunn, Florence Bargen, Fern Miller and Loetta Pedersen attended. ,m Friday and Saturday Vernon and Liz Kaldahl visited Bruce and Sue Kaldahl, Paul and Eli, Kansas City. Sunday they visited in Lincoln, Neb., with Jodi and Maleri Grabast, Sherri Kaldahl and Jason Houilen. Harvey and Gwen Petersen, John and Merideith Jensen, Roger and Shirley Petersen, Stacy and Travis and Kristie Graft, Skyler, Stuart and Julia were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mack, Karen and Sarah Hawley, Concordia, to honor Gwen Dorothy Kottmeyer returned home for her birthday. last Wednesday after being h A--''-' Friday evening Lynette "'vtatm McCutcheon, Melanie, Tiffany, Briana ized five weeks. Bill and Bey Rogers and Mac and Glennis McCutcheon at- were Sunday evening visitors in the Don Kottmeyer home. Betty and Vicki Heggen, Lincoln, Neb., were weekend guests of Tom and Judi Sorensen and TJ.. Elva Hanson was hostess Thursday for the Lovewell Service Club. Eugene and Elva visited Friday evening with Gaylord and Iva Marie Rothchild. Sybil Rahe, Concordia, visited Erwin arid Corabelle Sweet. Mary Dahl and several women va- cationed last week at Santa Fe, N.M, Lawrence and Estaline Bouray vis- ited Sunday with Geraldine Osborne, a resident at the Superior Good Samari- tan Center. Paul and Denelda Edwards were in Auburn to attend the confirmation ser- vice for their granddaughter, Amber FAwards, daughter of Steve and Denise Edwards. Thursday Paul and Dee were in Lincoln, Neb., to attend the swear- ing in ceremony for Todd Moody. The ceremony was for Nebraska Supreme Court and U. S. District Court at the State Capitol. Others in attendance were Joe and Connie Moody, Harold and Helen Moody, Auburn, Kendall Sunneberg, Aurora, Neb. and Eric Moody, Hastings. Bill and Donna Carman were sup- per guests of Lila Carman. Thursday Nora By Meta Stiles i i inll i i Virginia Lewis, Edna Epley and Mary Ann Meyer attended the salad tended the Nelson Variety Show. Sun- day Lynette, Melanie, Tiffany and Briana accompanied Julie and Vicki Simonsen to St. Peter Lutheran Church, rural Byron, to attend the Mother- Daughter Tea. Shirley Jensby, Carla Eitzmann and Elaine Madsen went to Kearney Fri- day to attend a bridal shower honoring Tina Madsen, Carla and Cindy Kuhlman were hostesses for the shower, but Cindy was unable to at- tend, because of recent foot surgery. Saturday, Shirley, Elaine and Carla attended another bridal shower honor- ing Tina. They returned home Satur- day. Oak By Phyllis Schmitc First Community Church, Oak. James Dresser, pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sunday school; 10 a.m., worship ser- vice with Jim Rodehorst as pastor. 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., Community, Circle I meet at church for salad luncheon. Gerry Paterson, Jim Tillmans and Elizabeth, April Luben, and Gaylen Cox have been visitors in the Vern and Veda Snyder home. Visitors in the Chat and Fern Marr home have beenBilly Overturf, Roger and Diane Biltoft, and Hubert and Vir- ginia Simonsen. Fern Malt and Doris Marquart have visited Dorothy Hutchinson, as her son and wife, Paul and Linda Hutchinson. Students attend 'Invention q 00onvention' day Sue Williams visited in the home of her parents, Art and Pat Soundy, Minden, and also helped celebrate the 50th birthday of her sister, Ann Atkins. Many from here attended the Farmerettes Concerts Saturday night at Superior and Sunday afternoon at Bethany Lutheran Church, Ruskin. Many also attended the Nelson Vari- ety Show. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer and Don and Helen Gebers attended a card party held at the home of Lars and Bonnie Pedersen, Superior. Virginia Lewis attended a card party Thursday evening at the home of Donna Meyer, Ruskin. Cleo and Ruth Thayer visited Leonard and Laura Dana Saturday af- ternoon while en route home from Hastings. Stacia and Haley Gebers attended a dinner with their parents after worship services Sunday at the church. Later many went skating at Superior. This was hosted by the Salem Parish Educa- tion Committee. Hattie Wulf, Guide Rock, and Adella Gebers were Sunday dinner guests of Don and Helen Gebers. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer were Saturday supper guests of her mother, Beulah Ray, Superior. Alfred Meyer was a patient in the Superior hospital from Thursday until Sunday afternoon. Pat Jones hosted a birthday dinner Wednesday noon for Melba Lynch, Rhea Thomsen, Diane Collins and Jo Kubicek. Later all worked on crafts. Forty-four Superior elementary school students attended the Invention Convention sponsored Thursday by Educational Service Unit 9. The con- vention was held at the Imperial Mall. Hastings. In the sixth grade division, the in- vention submitted by Even Robb and TrevorThayer placed first. They named their invention the "Safety Bin." The two sixth grade pupils had just finished a farm safety unit. As part of that lesson, they learned many farm accidents and deaths were directly re- lated to being in a grain bin. Their invention addressed this accident cause. Their safety bin would have girders with holes to let the grain sift through. Before a person could enter the bin it would be necessary to weara vest with oxygen tanks and a distress call button. The vest would include a hole in the back tbr the attachment of a safety pully. The bin would be equipped with motion detectors which only sense human motion. Ifa person ialls through the first layer, the motion detector would detect the fall and start the pully. When the distress call bt, tton was pushed, paramedics and the police could be summoned to the accident site. Ninety-one students entered 59 in- ventions in the contest. The contest was divided into four sections for pu- pils in grades one through six. Superior students and ,her inven- tions included Tanner Keeling, reward case; Ty Rempe, quick stain cover-up, Miranda Ward, no freeze, Alison Hawley, Kirsten Studer, money box, Brandon Simonsen, hot phones, Haley Gebers, Susie Headrick, squeezable Hanson to Tuttle, Okla., leaving early Friday morning. They visited m the Matt, Teresa, Mattison and John Sulli- van home. That evening they attended Mattison' s dance recital. They returned home on Saturday. Don and Lola Biltoft attended the Nelson Variety Show. Donna Gillan, Gerry Peterson, Nellie Littrell and Dolly Muehlich went to Nelson for supper and then attended th variety show. Phyllis Schmitt was a supper guest of Pauline Hanson at a Nelson cafe and they attended the variety show. Sun- day, Phyllis was again a guest of Pauline for dinner at Chester. They attended the Farmerette' s 41 st anniversary con- cert at Bethany Lutheran Church. luncheon and card party last Wednes- They took her out for a cafe dinner. day at the Superior Catholic Church Ermalee Scroggin and JeAnne Phyllis was aguest in the Don and Lola Lance Williams'Maryvtlle, Me., Groneatten''Colbe-p" :Biltoft ho Sunday' night. They collegeishomeforthesummer.Thurs- preeiationDinner, played MexiCan dominoes and had lunch. Sunday, Donna Gillan and Ruby Snyder accompanied Darrell and Karen Harrington, to the home of Lee and Jackie Miller, Kenesaw, for a surprise 75th birthday party honoring Betty Struss. Betty's son, Gary Roemmich, and family of Texas had 75 roses sent to surprise his mother. We letter Trucks Monday evening Phyllis Schmiti visited Gerry Peterson, who had ar- rived home from two weeks in Penn- sylvania at the home of Gordon and Rhonda Brubacher. There she cared for the children while Rhonda was on a Peace Mission Trip to Israel. Visitors in the Phyllis Schmitt home were Gaylen and Jackie Cox and Jun- ior, Dixie and Derrick Drohman. Wanda Dresser called from Montana, as Pastor Jim and Wanda are vacation- ing there in preparation for their move there upon retirement. Phyllis Schmitt was a guest of Lois Lewis at the salad luncheon held at the Superior Catholic Church. Gerry Peterson met them there. Also in atten- dance were Pauline Hanson and Mildred Melton. Donna Gillan accompanied Cheryl Jansen, Anders and Andrew, to Grani Island Friday. Pauline Hanson accompanied Janell Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3292 __ il I We Carry - Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3292 Ime. l MON.-SAT. 9-7 SUN. 10-5 .,a.,swtt,,,. ..... t40214-332. ...... ,..v=., mu. (8881310-7187 5201 Bluff Road * Lincoln FIE From ! -80 exll 4OS; 1 mile north to the yellow flashine nehl,turn left !/4 mile on Bluff Rood. We'll give you an even brake. Brakes are nothing to gamble with. 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Pupils from Lawrence-Nelson El- ementary School and their inventions included Whitney Schroer, bottle lamb feeder. Gage Biltoft, Drew Cassell, i(i wrist remote, Jens Lorensen, welding shop frying pan. Andy Peterson, Jacob Wroughton, A&J hole in one, Codee Shambaugh, Alicia Sanders, super duper baby kit, Elijah Fanning, camper's companion, Kelsey Hoehing, Holly Wehrman, no name, Mackenzie McCartney, Jaycee Jacobitz, bathroom organizer Markee Jacobitz, Ashley Porter pic pac, Deidre Schendt, April Wilton, children car sun visor, Micaela Van Skiver, automatic fish feeder, Jessie Tolle and Garrett Schroer, metal finger and thumb. Students from Adams County dis- tricts 1 and 60, Silver Lake, Harvard and Sutton entered inventions. New officers of the Superior Firemen's Auxiliary al Morris, vice-president, Steff Fierstein, president; Joletta Nondorf, treasurer. Home in Clay Center subdivision : to go up in May A Clay Center resident plans to build a home in Pheasant View Subdi- vision. 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