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i . 6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 5. t983 Dora Stickell and her daughter .~ ~c-~--LCL ........ :--:_-: :::::::::::::::::: ........ \~ --C=:C:~-_/ :-5- - ;:', * Mrs. Wes Mosier and family I0 O L IN day. avenport oca ews House-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vo'tgt last weekend were _j Margaret Anderson, Portland, By LeonaMeers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ore., Bob and Ele Sellers, , Mrs. Howard Wagner and Nagaki, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Bellevue, Wash., BOb and Jane Shirley Hines and Laurie, Clay David Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Voigt, Tucson, Ariz., and Susan C nter, were recent visitors of Alvin Paul and Mrs. Herb Voigt, Brooklyn, N.Y., They Mr. and Mrs. John Herman. Heinricha. came especially to attend the Lucy Voigt entertained the Dana Skrobecki, Dan Mosier wedding of Barb Moleyk and Thursday Bridge Club at 1",30 and Daryl Smith were con- Steve Voigt at Kearney. a luncheon Thursday. Virginia firmed at Christ Lutheran Margaret is Steve's great aunt Brass was a guest. Church Sunday, April 17, with and the Sellers and Voigts are uncles and aunts and Sman is Steve's sister. Zetteman, "Shickley, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Nippert, Carleton. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaeffer, Lincoln, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckles Saturday evening and were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson visited Nellie Michand and Tbelma Morris, Superior, Tuesday morning. Enroute home they visited Meta Ficken, Ethel Man" and Fritz Bohling at the Good Samaritan Home, Friday and Saturday. family were among guests of California where they were steak Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs bouseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Cormani Wilton, Council Bluffs, Iowa, April 24 for a birthday dinner. Lyle Adelman, Los Angeles. unable were weekend guests in the Mr. and Mrs. John Ray and Mrs. Gilidn was a guest of Mr. tending were Mr. Ruby Wilten home. Mr. and family and Terry Ray, Lincoln, and Mrs. Jerry Fraka, Pico Levonn Peterson. Mrs. Eugene Wood were Friday were dinner guests of Mr. and Riveria, for two days. Leaving Terry Jensen, evening visitors. Mrs. Alan iVl sB.r 7 Ray Sunday. from the Lincoln airport they Lon.ell Peterson, Woodward and Mike.. Guide Hornbtmsel visited were joined the Denver airport Vic Schmitt, Mike Rock, were Sunday afternoon her uncle, Orra Morehead, by Mrs. James McDonald and Mrs. Marc visitors. Republic, last Tuesday. (Esther), Siminole, Okla, and and Mrs. Avis Swanson, Hasti Im, wu April 24 topperguests of Mr. while there visited Mrs. Rick schianger. a weekend visitor of her par- and Mrs. Ed Hornbussel were Viemdor ee for several hours, a member of the tern, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Butch Relman She is a niece of Mr. Anderson Ivan King, Swanson. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Mrs. McDonald. The and Mrs. John Julie Uhrmacher was a MeMalne and Nathan and Mr. group visited a cousin, the afternoon. Friday overnight guest of and Mrs. Alan Hornbussel and former Esther Sanders, Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Tom, Amber Combs and Trlcia IAse, Burr Oak. while in California. They went Luke Chapman Bruning was a Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer on a tour of Catalina Island, evening guests of guest, were c fee guests of NevaDinosaur Museum, Palm John Corman. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs and Nielsen "l ursaay evening. Springs, Shield Date farm, saw Larry Seefeld, Oak Local News Mrs. Jerry Ingersoll, Sarah Pastor with Pastor Fred Wolff Nelson. and T my, Lincoln, visited her ficating. mother and brother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Was Mosier and Last Sunday evening visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Reuben Thurman and Brian, Josh entertained in honor of of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pearson Geneva and Mrs. Bill from Wednesday until Sunday. Dan's confirmation at the were Louise Maki, Casper, Christensen, Ruskin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Avers, community center April 17. Wyo., Marjorie Davis, Brush, Mrs. Kenneth Buckles Monday Carol Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Tl~ose present were Mrs. Phil Colo., Richard Wright, Tucson, afternoon. (f Dale Friediine and Mr. and Slagle, Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Ariz., and Dean Wright, Ong Mr. and Mrs. Rick Bates and Mrs. Everett Nelson attended a Mrs. Andy Jahnke, Wichita, Mr. and Duane and Ether Johnson Alexia, Superiar, visited Mr. luncheon in Superior Tuesday in and Mrs. Ben Walker and and Holly, Shickley. Other and Mrs. Kenneth Buckles and honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Duane, Lincoln, Mrs. Jim guests were Mr. and Mrs. Verlie Jay Friday afternoon. 1 the Salton Sea, drove through Katie, Lincoln, I the desert, viewing the desert guests of Mr. and ]trees and flowers and traveled Seefeld. Mr. and [ along the coast line, viewing the Seefeld joined then ] damage from the recent storm. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Friedricksen, who were Bounds and Tasha, Omaha, Mr.,f._ .................................. (LastWeek'sNews) with an insurance company.Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Heath, visited their monton, Alberta, Canada, after Mandi and Derrick, Kearney,I!I Abdal B k N MernaBureshvisitedMr. and Samsula home were Mr. and York, and Ernest Ferguson Sun(my Sinner the winter in Phoenix, Artzona. Mrs. Dora Stickell, Mr. and -- o wic ews Mr. and Mrs. Dick Paul, Bey Mrs. Marvin Mosier, Paster _.._jj Mrs. Bill Fergtmon Tuesday Mrs. Fred Muchnmun and were Thursday supper guests of and Mrs. Bruce I ............ . noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson family, Linda LoontJer and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin. Bobby Woods, and Chris entertained at aand Mrs. Fred Wolff and Mr. were Saturday evening guests family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Bruce Scroggin met Ferguson and E birthday supper last Sunday in and Mrs. Ray Serk. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Juhl, Mrs. Robert Meggitt and of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Biltoft and family and Gaylar Doris Schumaeher at the Mr. and Mrs. honor of their daughter and Mrs. Phil Slagle, Phoenix, Sandstone, Mirm., and Dr. and family, Republic, Mr. andMrs. Scro~gin at Nelson, inho~erof and Daryl Poppe. Friday Mr. Lincoln airport Monday to brlng andfamily, Mr.l sister, Melanie Nagaki. Guests Ariz., visited her mother Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Storsteen, Don Delka and Mike, Hardy,Mr. Ferguaon's birthday, and Mrs. Ben Mussmann Joined her home after the winter in Stichka and Tyson , j , Duluth, Minn., were Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard them for the day and Mr. and Florida and visiting her sons, Lonsdale were W h" overnim'~t guests of Mr. and family, Guide Rock, and Frank Scroggin returned home Mrs. BOb Samsula visited them Bob and Dick and families,guests of Mr. and Itney-- Thompson Mrs. Soren Thomsen. Mr. and Delka, Belnit. Thursday afternoon ~ a briefly. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson Lowery. Mrs. Lee Daniels and family, Mrs. Edith Persson and Mrs. three weeks' trip to South Padre Sanmual, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and daughters were Sunday Insurance Agency, Inc. Beloit, joined them for supper Helen Malsbury had Sunday Island, Texas. Theyvislted Mr. Poppe, Mr. and Mrs. Ben sunner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Debra AleJ Tuesday. The Juhls, Storsteens dinner together and visited at and Mrs. Bill Ferguson Thur- Muasman and Gaylar PoppeSteve Troudt and family. Mrs. Auto-Homeowners-Farm-Commercial and Thomsem and Mr. and Mrs. the Good Samaritan Center in sday evening, were Friday cafo dinner guests Hanson attended a music opens Man] Nell Thomsen were Wednedsay the afternoon. Mrs. Alfred Hanson and of the Sanmulas. Friday Mr. contest in Fairmont Friday. o{{ic Top Companies-Competitive Rates brunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. andMrs. LeonardRempe Teresa visited Pauline Hanson and Mrs. Rttm Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Corman, INSURANCE IS Elmer Meyer. andMr, andMrs. RonRempe Saturday afternoon at the Mary famlly and Mr. andMrs. Eddie Kendra~and Blake visited Debra Kay recently opened he Nell Deika. Southlake, Texas, were dinner guests of Mr. and Lanning Hospital Hastings. Scbo and family joined the Daphne Corman, Lincoln, certified public a, OUR FULL TiME JOB was an Apri123 overnight guest Mrs. Alfred Miller and family Mr. andMrs. AlfredHaneou above group for supper at the Saturday. of his mother, Mrs. OliveDelka. Sunday. and daughters were FridaySamsula home. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swan-herhomein Manl~ Phone 402-879-331 5 Joining them for diuner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen evening visitors of Mr. andMrs, morning for the first time strom were weekend guests of daughter of Mr. 1 I 7 West Third Street--Superior, Nebraska were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ehlers visited Mr. and Mrs. DOn Arnold Euink and family, three brothers, Gilbert, Gaylar Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hopkins George Jensen, and family, Webber, Mr. and Jennings and Jason, Omaha, Lt. and Mrs. Gilbert Poppe, and Daryl, had breakfast and Trisha and Ann Swanstrom. granddaughter Chula Vista, Calif., were guests tngether with Gaylar doing the Enroute home they visitedTroudt, Nelson, of Mr. and Mrs. Albert S4mmula cooking. Gilbert had left for Ruth Braun, Carleton, Sunday Jensen, Ruskin. GOODS, ANTIQUES I will sell the following at public auction at my home, 1127 Kansas Street, Superior. Neb,, starting at I p.m., on ng room set. solid cherrywoo , table, hutch, buffet, 6 chairs Gold davenport Gold overstuffed chair 2 Green occasional chairs Matching lamps Large table lamp Beige crushed velvet chair Cane back occasional chair Picture 4 Card tables Samsonlte card table and chairs Arm chair Dining chair Spoke back chair 4/6 mattress and box springs, like new 2 Dresser lamps Storage cabinet Box spring and mattress Vanity stool Table lamp Baby bed What-not shelf TV tray Bed table Set of 4 pictures Occasional rocker Book stand Luggage stand Picture Wooden table Dining room set. table and 4 chairs Metal corner what-not shelf 4 Wooden kitchen chairs Child's table and chairs Roll-away bed and mattress Roll-away bed without mattress Rose occasional chair Table lamp Lawn chairs 2 Folding porch chairs Metal utility cabinet Old kitchen chair Corner bookcase Typewriter table 4 Wardrobes Wall plaque set Games Books 2 Port-a-Pottys 2 Hoover Vacuum cleaners Bedding and pillows 2 Irons Set of 8 glasses, gold trim 2 Thermos. 1 metal Letter file box Rice cooker Tea kettle Pyrex pans and wicker holders Plastic flowers Foot vibrator Movie screen Notions 2 Ironing boards Pots and pans Radio Corningware Electric knife Placemats Roaster Pressure cooker Old radio Flower stands 2 Wicker baskets Throw rugs; jelly Mops and brooms Film devel0ping kit 2 Area rugs Double wash tubs 2 Wicker clothes baskets jars; candle holder set; wooden boxes; fruit jars; 4 garbage cans. Garden Equipment & Tools Toro self-propelled lawn mower Toro snow blower Scotts lawn spreader Bag of Scotts crabgrass control Cordless grass shears Wire Trellis Garden tools Hedge trimmer Snow scoop Fire shovel Spade 5 and 6-ft. aluminum step ladders Work bench and vise 2-gallon sprayer Wood plane Bolt Cabinet Antiques & Collectibles Small wash board, like new Roge Point dishes Crystal candle holder set Dining room chair 3-piece walnut bedroom set 4-piece bedroom set with large mirror, white with gold trim Sewing table Assortment of old pictures Old cans and figurines Fostoria goblets and sherbets, Heather pattern Footed cake plate Footed candy dish 8 Crystal luncheon plates 8 Crystal saucers Pink depression glass Fostorla sherbets and wine glasses Fostorla cake plate. Heather pattern Fostoria relish dish Relish plate Pink depression glass pitcher Glass cake plate, grape design Francoma pitcher Crystal relish Jish Milk Glass vase Pottery di hes Vinegar Cruet and stopper 2 Syrup pitc 3ers Miscellaneous dishes and glasses 9 Pink depression glass candleholders Goblets and glasses End t ble 3 Green depression bowls 2 Large glass bowls Candy dish Roseville pottery bowl TERMS: Cash. No property removed until settled for. All property at bidder's risk after bid off. Not responsible for accidents. EICKMANN--HUNTER AUCTION SERVICE Keith Elckmann - Superior, Nebraska - Phone 402-879-4134 Dean Hunter - Guide Rock, Nebraska from Thursday until Saturday. service with the Navy before It. Poppe retired from the navy Daryl was bern 18 years ago. April I after 21 years of service. Elmer Anderson and Donna They will be moving to Omalm Gillan returned home last where Mrs. Poppe is employed Tuesday rom a trip to Hanson Trailer Sales evening. Leona Paulsen, Ruth An- derson and Donna Gilian visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstrom, Hastings, Sunday afternoon and Pauline Hanson at the Mary Lanning Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington, Nathan and Jarod. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Drohman and Dustin and Earl Schoof attended a fish fry at Chester Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Schmitt visited Mrs. Cecil Fitzwater at the hospital in Hebron Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson visited Mr. and Mrs. Randy Peterson and Danton Friday and were supper guests of Mrs. Gladys Mazour. Danten was a weekend guest in the Paterson home. . The Oak bowling team had a She graduated High School in MaY, received a bacbel~" degree from University in MaY, accounting degree certified by tiffed public completion of a ternsbip. She Kansas Public Her husband, assistant vice First National They have a son, months old. J Skin is the organ, weighing The giant among ~ the Victoria regis six to seven feet broad and firm the weight of m asian Alma, Nebraska Tuesday, April 20th sold 2,337 head of cattle, Here's how they sold: Butcher cows from ..................... $67.00 - $47.00 Heiferettes te .................................. $60.00 Butcher bulls to ................................ $62.00 Baby calves te ........................ $IRL0O per ~hved STEERS S10 Ibs.. Long Island ............................ $70,00 332 Ibs.. Rtverton ............................... S75.50 414 Ibs., Phillipsburg ........................... $73.00 427 Iks., Philllpsburg ........................... $79.00 439 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $76.25 4112 Ibs., Cambridge ............................. $77.50 492 Ibs.. Stamford .............................. $74.60 496 Ibs.. Holbrook .............................. $72.50 506 Ibs.. InHale ................................ $71.25 551 Ibs., Oxford ................................ $71.60 557/bs., Guide Rock ......................... :.. $72.50 020 Ibs,. Guide Rock ............................ $72.50 643 Ibs., Oxford ................................ S66.gs 005 Ibs.. Inavale ................................ $06.76 006 Ibs.. Oxford ................................ $00.70 726 Iks.. Oxford ............................... .~ $66.78 777 Ibs., Repsblican City ........................ $07.56 818 Ibs. Oxford ................................ $06.60 040 Ibs., Curletan ............................... $65.75 643 Ibs., 6lade ................................. $64.75 000 Ibs., Alma .................................. $03.75 HEIFERS S70 Ibs. Long Island ............................ $66.50 402 Ibs. Oeweese .............................. |07.00 416 Ibs. Phlilipsburg ........................... $66.26 420 Ibs. AImvea ................................ $66.00 467 Ibs. Dive Hill .............................. $61L00 480 Ibs. Long Island ............................ $66.00 496 Ibs. Inuvala ..................... ........... $64.26 600 Ibs. Blue Hill .............................. $64.00 649 Iks. Carletsn ...................... ~. ........ $64.00 5g0 Ills. Hslbrcek ...................... ........ $02.26 Sills His. luavele ................................ $61.76 RI2 Ibs. Orleans ............................... $60.75 1102 Ibs. Hslbrvek .............................. S60.26 680 Ibs. Oxford ................................ $'o0.26 096 Ibs. Atlanta ................................ $62.00 731 Ibs. Kensington ........................... : S61.76 777 Ibs. Holbrook .............................. $62.00 703 Ibs. Plainville .............................. $00.25 Far More Infermation or Consignments, Please Call Collect: Larry Freeland, 300.020-2130 Abe Parish, 300-0|0- 054 6ene illanzer, $00-495-0679 And in tke btoektsn Area Bnthyl Bigge, 913-426-6470 Alma, Nebraska Inc. 0 An Ideal On Sal n U Open Saturday !0 a.m. - 4 p.m, Sunday Noon - p.m. Fifth and Bloom--Superior, Every is Sale Belleville, Kansas: Selling classes Of cattle the auction We attract the bigger better buyers to our sale week. They like the q quantity available. All livestock in good 100% insured while in and in the yards! F'No- C' ntral" ans s' le" m, j=..@. Market--Sale Time ' 12 o clock Noon. II~'ltERE )'OU 6ET rue BE:~T ilv LWE.STOCl( PROFF_~IONAL S1.,L!1~ ,,,BoW, mg comm on d cll m m hlmd bmla. I .,- Brmdnewdim)ingvmislnopenn cSpp *of your wU . Locd c:eUle, and ,t... out Stockman 's Livestock Evert Christians, Curtis (hvners . C ll 913-527-2258 day FOF, l ANY i~,~ARKET INFORMAIION DAY O~ NIGHT: Evert L GI 9 I 3-243 3399 Cu:hs L Cl~r stians 913=527-2 Dan Chnshans 9t3 527-57t6 Auctioneers Everl L Chrisliarls" Christians, Gale M*kkelson "The Livestock Crossroads o[ Ameri~ '