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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 8, 2003 I Ill I II tll Illl I I Illllll II # II Davenport School to Vestey Senior host awards night Meals Pro On ;thursday, May ! 5, at8 p.m. the .... D~venport School will hostan awards Twenty seniors from Bruning-Dav- UN-L, animal science; Kelli Miller, Monday, May 1,1 ..... night and eighth grade graduation cer- enport will receive diplomas Sunday Debbie and Tim Lowery, CCC-Hast- parsley potatoes, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Bostelman emony, at 2:30 p.m. in the Bruning gym. ings. early childhood development; beets, apple crisp. attended Grandparents t;'ay on Friday Students and parents include: Jamie The students, their parents and fu- Ros,: r'- Deb and Duane Miller, Tuesda, at~h lohn'sLutheranS, h ~ol as guests Blunk, Judy and Jack Blunk; Kristin tureplans include: UN-L, hanized systems manage-or roast beef, of th 4rgr~,qdson, Mickt Bostelman, a Bruuim,., Joann and Dave Bruning; Hector Aguirre, Blanca and Cruz ment; *l'ony Nordcr, Lois and Tim gravy, lemon sectmd"~: ~crthere. Later they visited Sl>u,; ~ ,,~ng, Sheri and AlanAguirre, SCC, Beatrice, Kansas State, Norder, Donne, business; Ryne fruit cobbler. in the i~ ~e of Jill and Jaramie V,.,tkerts; Brandon DeVore, Margaret veterinarian;JennaBowman,Anneand Philippi, Kathleen and Kurt Philippi, Wednesday,May14: Diedriche to make acquaintance ~, and Bryan DeVote; Taylor Dirks, Bill Bowman, UN-L, psychology;Hastings College, Computer science; meat sauce, garlic their great-granddaughter. Taylon t, Michelle and Dean Dirks; Stephanie Jordan Crockett, Pat and Rod Crockett, Seth Scheming, Holly and Warren salad, fruit. ' , n April 9. Gimeson0 Crystal and Todd Wragge; Xenon Int'l school of beauty, cosme- Scheming, McPherson College, com- Thursday, May 15: Melissa Guzman, Melinda and Eric tology; Carl Elting, Patty and Kerwin puterscience/tech,music;StacySmith, dressing, mashed pol e Mr. and Mrs. David Wester, Kayla Erickson; Caitlin Hicks, Joann and Elting, NCTA-Curtis, agribusiness, Kelly and Scott Smith, CCC-Colum- green beans, and Chloe, Sycamore, II!., visited his Mike Hicks;Brittany Hoins, Janet and agronomy; Reuben Elting, Susie and bus, UN-L or UN-K, interior design; cake. grandmother, Merna Lee Wester last Jeff Hoins; Whitney Holtzen, Sharon Kurtis Elting, NCTA-Curtis, ag pro- Jesse Williams, Penny and Randall Friday,May 16: BakedJ Monday to Wednesday. They spent and Dwayne Holtzen; Brett Jagels, duction; Brian Fehr, Chris and Roger Williams, Peru or UN-K, ecology or potatoes, mixed vc tl, ' 'eekend at Hesston, Kan. visiting Su~'~,nne and Mark Jagels; Katie Kerl, Fehr, UN-L or SCC, mass media or wildlife mana~zement, fruit. g. ~dparents, Paul and Mildred Joan and Gordon Kerl ; Preston Lentfer, public relations; Logan Fisher, Jamie Quiring. Patty and John Lentfer; Spenser Otto, FisherandDave Fisher, SCC-Beatrice, ][~elle'~llle Legion Saturday, May 17, II Scrambled eggs with Cathy and Doug Otto; Ross Volkmer, Peru, science teacher; Chance Gerdes, to discontinue browns, muffin, Bakers Dozen. Club Rona and Ron Volkmer; Cory Voss, LucilleHenryandGeorg Gerdes,UN- members gather Carol and Leroy Voss; Michael L, Construction management; Landon memorial service TheBakersDozenClubmetApril I Wagner, Denise and Gary Wagner; Heinrichs, Nancy and Rod Heinrichs, Members of the Belleville Ameri- L'N stl and went to Hastings for a tour. Cars Kelsey Werner, Renae and Kent UN-L, diversified agriculture; Jeanne can Legion Post report they will no attend Werner; and AllysaZoucha, Judy and Houchin, Joy and Wayne Houchin, longer be able to conduct Memorial were driven by Donna Sibert and Gil- Alan Zoucha. Hastings College, education; Day Services at area cemeteries. A Monday five bert Smidt. Brandi Krai, Tamara and Dale firing squad and honor guard visited High School students Fourguests and six members toured Ahrens, Lincoln SchoolofCommerce, about a dozen cemeteries each Memo- Osborne Youth the Horticulture Building and the new information technology; Adam rill Day to perform a short service. Hastings. The students home being built at Central Commu- Superior UMW meet Lahners, MargaretFangmeierandDon The policy change was attributed to Wehrman, Peter nity College. After lunch at the col- for May breakfast Lahners, SCC, Beatrice, ag business; a lack of embers available to partici- Pohlmeier, Emily lege, they went to the Leid Theater for the afternoon. The annual May breakfast of the Drew Miller, Deb and Duane Miller, pate. Dorhman. Bakers Dozen Club met at LaMira United Methodist Women was held at Mueller'shomeonTuesdayfora 12:30 9 a.m. Saturday in lellowship hail. lunch. Each member received a can of Friendship Circle hosted the 28mem- Meanwhile back at the food at the April meeting to make their bers and guests. The serving commit- ro dish. There were many recipes ex- tee was chaired by Twilla Frerichs, JP changed, assisted by Phyllis Vaupel, Linda Cox, Evelyn Jackson brought a number Sue Guilkey and Donna Sibert. There is only one person I wish to see early in the My husband walked in. Panic Jana Marr gave the devotions with morning, "Mr. Coffee!" My family does not understand stricken. I told him about our wa- of books which she spoke about, and several Bible readings,"God MadeUs this close personal relationship with a kitchen appliance, ter problem. His face became read from. Surviving our first winter in Nebraska, I filled the sheepish. He was concerned our Just As We Are - Isn't It Nice He Has A Sense of Humor" and closed with coffeepot from our water filter one morning. Our daugh- frogs did not ha\,e enough water ter is a zealous morning person. She did not tail to jolt me and left the spigot at the pond to prayer. Members will serve the birthdayfrom my pro-coffee haze with her comments and ques- run "for a while." puny at the Good Samaritan Center in tions . I could barely contain myself, "We're June. Three high school seniors (All "Hey Morn. The water faucets don't work." a drought and you're worried about the Furman, Derek Shaner and Joel I rolled my eyes. Doesn't this child ever sleep in'? My parents always stick up for my Henderson) will be recognized at the Our water filter runs from a reservoir. I tried the are supposed to be sad when their daughter/~ mornng worship service, kitchen faucet. No water! gets married. My parents still thank my Elaine Guilkey explained the Good old-fashioned country living! There is rarely a "'taking me away." My brothers believe UMCORkitsmembers are working ondull moment. So often we are reminded of the things we Purple Heart for his bravery. once took for granted. Like water and electricity. My mother and I sat outside as my and will be assembled at 9 a.m. on It is amazing all of the things we need water for. took care of the well. She told me lau 15. President Beverly Beavers pro- "So, Morn, do I have any clean clothes'?" the one who wanted him to move to the sented corsages for Missions to the "Hey, Morn, how am I supposed to brush my teeth?" wants to water his frogs, then you leave him serving committee, to the Twilla It's funny, I have to hound them to brush their teeth Our well problem in the st,mmcrquickly Frerichs and Maxine Williams, circle when we do have water, the winter, our well pump gurgled its last l chairmen, Doris Jones, reading pro- Oh well, at least I could still have my coffee, and died. gram chairman, Karen Fox, chairman MovingtoNebraska, many friendsandrelativescalled Waiting for well workerstocometoourre~ table decorations and Connie Karr, us adventurous and brave. Others, concerned for our" dishes in the sink. Irecallatim guest speaker. . welfare, questioned the loss of our sanity. For those where you could put them out of site. Justp~ Marsha Stauss introduced the guest people, hearing our farmhouse was a hundred years old, and the dishes came out magically clean. I speaker, Connie Karr. Her message was only more cause/br concern. They questioned the how many times a day one could do dishes by existence of modern conveniences. We assured them we electric dishwasher was quieter. was "Walk To Emmaus". did not have an outhouse. "Morn, where does this go?, However, when you find yourself withlmt water, an "'Morn, she threw water at rile." Thayer County Quilt outhouse does come in handy. Talking to a friend in Colorado. I cxc, "Mom, where do I go to the bathroom? .... we can finally run our air cent At my teenage home in Washington, problems with at the same ti me." I'm sure she was even Births Guild to hold auction our well left us frequently without water in the winter, when I cxplained wc no hmger had tc .......... TlaayerCounty Quilt Guild will hold Despite its ramshackle state, we were fortunate to have help eta garden hose. Grog and Rita(Gulbertson) Shuck, a mimmu,m ~ small quilt auction at an outhouse,= The door was no hmger attached. Leaned What is it they say about lemons and Edgar, announce th~arrival of identi- the regular m~g Thursday,May 15up against the front, you had to pick the door up, move it ,:e;oncept of country living can be cal twin boys born April 23. Hayden at the Cathohc"6"gocial Hall, H~bron. to the side, step in, and then move it back. Now, when people come to visit,i will Reese Shuck weighed 7 pounds, 10 Viewing and lunch is from 6 to 7 I used to wear these fuzzy pink one-piece pajamas to them. ounces and measured 21 3/4 inches p.m. Auction begins at 7 alter which with one zipper up the front. They did not have a Please excuse the dirty dishes all o long. Parker Jay Shuck, weighed in at the guild regular meeting will be held. convenient "drop seat" in the back. The only way for me had to water our frogs this week. 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19 Some of the quilts are displayed in to use the outhouse was to unzip and remove the whole I would have v~ 1/2incheshmg.Welcomingthemhome the window of By Design in Hebron. thing, a very unpleasant experience in the cold. run ourcoffeepot and are brothers, Gariv and Colton and These quilts are all made by members At the ranch, winter was not the only time we had you do not want to visit if I have not had sister, Conner. Grandparents are Bill of the guild. Anyone wishing to pur- experienced problems with our well. Adjusting to our Why didn't I sweep up with a broom? S( and Bonnie Shuck, Edgar, Gary chase a small quilt is invited to attend, new life, under a hot summer sky, I returned from a our only broom, while defending my Culbertson,Angus,andDonandSandie Proceeds go for community and edu- shopping tiip with my mother. Putting the groceries home, from another troop of invading Rogers, Edgar. cational purposes, away, I got ready to cook supper, As I turned on the And, meanwhile, back at the ranch. II H MAY SPECIALS!!. - kitchen faucet to wash my hands, no water came. husband have such an affinity for those -Ton Come in and check out our large assortment of tanning ,,~ i i i , i ii i . i iiiiii i Charith Owen accompanied Beth Shane Pedersen celebrated his Bohling a~Wichita. Beth watched her eighthbirthdaySundayafternoon.with brother. DavidSnyder, receivehis 50- a party hosted by his dad. !~avid ~ear membership pen in MasonicPedersen and sister, Amber. Other iodgc and Charith visited her son, guests included Brian and Vicki ~hucc Garrcls, and family. Simonsen, Briana and Mac ------ McCutcheon, at~d F~e, cq and Josh Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Bostelman Fischer, andhisg*'4ml~,4,:~',,, a~and ~,ttcutJedconfirmation riteson Sunday Bonnie Pedersen. His a'I,~,! i~,~, ,~f~',: :it grandson, Lucas Bostelman at was Monday. .';t } 4m's Lulheran Church, Grand ls- !~,~l. and tile reception honoringhim at ~llL[de Rack UMW meet &e home of his parents, Gregg and The Guide Rock United Methodist hui Boslehnan and brother, Blake. Women met in the United Methodist ~4r. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Mr. and Church ~ sc n ~ lhur,:day afh,',noon M~s AIIcn Clark and daughter, Cozad, wiU~ t0urm~;mt ~,, .;c~ 'rh, I" ,i- h~hme Bargen,JilI, Jamie, and Tayh)n dent called the tucc ,:~g t,0 order by ,}o Diedriche of Milford, and Mr. and reading a thought lot the day and an Mrs. Bruce Bostelman and Micha, opening prayer. Report from the prayer t~raillart], calendar and on the two days of spirt- Area students reeeive tual renewal at Superior and Palisade UNK scholar awards were given. There were 82 local unit members, four conference officers, 14 The University of Nebraska at district officers, two pastors and three KearncyselectedtheChancellors/Merit guests for of 106 at these two Scholar Award recipients. Merit meetings. There was $382 collected Scholar Awards are valued at $750 per for Corsages for Missions. Thirteen year ;rod the Chancelh~r's schoh~rsbip baby quilts, 121 caps, 17 bootees, and is $2.000 pc~ 3' ~ ' : :. ~, . ",!' ~;35givcnforpostage. Three twin size f~r up I(~ l~l~. t ....... :~i~, d~. qui|tsweregivenforEpworthViflage award {hc lccqm! ~ r ;~{ h::i:,,I :tt Superior and 26 baby quilts was .... ,41 a 23 ACT c~mq~ >, .... , ~ ' : , c cted at Palisade. Gene Robb took class ~at=k in the i~ 'i ; ; ~i ~.~ U~ I a~,,'r quilts and Campbell Soup higl~ school graduating clas:;, l!a ~c label:, io l:;pworth. cipienls and their hometowns include: Ellen Robb read the lesson, Lmda tteiman. Chester; Jessa Will- "Mexico's Garment Industry Work- tams, Davenport, Jerod Petersen, and ers: Jesus Sisters." Megan PaM, Ruskin and Ryan Lunch was served, co|nplimentsof I:uerholf. Superior. Charlene Kindscher. The Superior Lions Club held its annual 52nd Scholastic Banquet, Monday evening. Scholarship winners and presenters were (from left) Ben Kemper, scholarship chairman, Ryan Fuerhoff scholarship alternate; Wade Schmidt and Jenny Warneking, scholarship winners; Michelte Mehlhaff, alternate; and Gary Ward, Lions Club president. - Congratulations, MEMBERSHIP SPECIAL 3 MONTHS FOR .... --q Shannon McCord i'~>... FREE ADMISSION!!! Friday, May 9 * 7:30 -9:30 p.m. 1hanksf or a season! lotions including the new line: Kryptanite , This newspaper " The Simic Recreation Board and internet at http// We also carry." 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