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" 6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 13, t993 Olive News By Mrs. Loule Hasemeyer Jr. Wilton Sr., Superior. Esther Boyles, Mankato, a Mrs. Vernon Mohler called at former resident of this commu- the home of her mother, Wilton nity, was admitted to Brodstone Andrews, several times the past Memorhd Nuckolls County Hos- week. Wednesday Mrs. Mohler, pital, Superior, Saturday Mrs. Andrews and Billy An- evening, drews had supper at a Superior Mrs. James Stone and Hollie care. i visited their grandmother, Bet- Avis Ross, Webber, was a tha Pursell, Superior, Saturday. Monday afternoon visitor of Dee De!;a Roc, Shirley Roe and Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hale, Dear. Morgan, Superior Good Juniata, were Mother's Day Samaritan Center, went to Hast- guests. Joining them for dinner ings Tue~ay where Della had at a Chester cafe was Mac Mel- an eye appointment. Enroute to lott. Hastings they visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woern- home of Elvin and Joyce Pritts, er, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Schoen- Guide Rock. Thursday supper rock and Wesley Woerner had guests of Della were Sherry Ko- Mother s Day supper at a Supe- ster, Sierra and Lane, Jewell. rior care, Mrs. Arnold Woerner Mr. mad Mrs. Gary Hanna, attended the mother-daughter Stephanie, Jeremy and Brady, banquet with leer grandmother, Riley, and Dennis Dye, Hebron, Doris Lapp, at the Superior were Saturday guests of their Good Samaritan Center Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph evening. Later Mr. and Mrs. Dye. They helped their father Mitchie Woerner, Mrs. Arnold with the cattle. Riley received Woerner and Wesley visited Mr. four inches of rain sinceand Mrs. Mitchell Woerner. Thursday evening. Forrest Dempsey, Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyleswas a Thursday visitor of Wil- attended the horse sale at Sutton liam Cool. Friday dinner guests Saturday. in the Cool home were Mr. and Boyd and Keith Cool, Fair-Mrs. Lester Brozovsky, McCool mont, were Thursday supper and Junction. Saturday Mr. Cool at- The 13-member junior class at 3owoll High School is preparing the auditorium for the junior-senior overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. tended thebird sale at Fairbury. prom which was Saturday. Using the theme, "Bed of Roses," the entire auditorium took two days to William Cool, Tonya and Jerry. Mother s Day supper guests decorate. Boyd and Keith were at of Rosemarie, Rosemary, Sher- -.- ,, _.~ weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lovewell Lake Thmsday and ry, Jerry and Gary Hasemeyer Ben Free. Mrs. Tom Coyne and Friday returning to their home were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hase- 1( Formoso 1 ,peal News I! Kansas City, were Friday evening, meyer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John , Verdena Stone was a Moth- Rogers, Eric and Travis and Mr. ~,,._ ~ weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. er s Day dinner guest of Mr. and and Mrs. Rodney Ward, Melissa "~ Clare Osborne. Other weekend Mrs. James Stone and Hollie. and Lacey. A second young great homed Wednesday following a four-day visitors at the Osborne home to Saturday evening Mrs. Thursday evening Mrs. Rod- owl has left the nest in the business trip to Topeka. make the acquaintance of ~old Wilton accompanied hey Ward and Melissa attended backyard of Lota Goodall. The Mrs. Duan Wiley, Cawker Kathleenwere Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. Rick Harris, Kimberly and the baby shower for Natasha other young owl was found on City, was aThursday lunch guest Cole, Matt ~nd Jamie, Belleville, JennaLee to the mother-daughter Renee, daughter of lVlr. and Mrs. the ground earlier by Mrs.of Sylvia Mohler. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, Chad banquet, Burr Oak. Von Wehrman, at the home of Goodall, who called Gary Friendly Corners FCE and Bret, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Mother's Day morning Della Edith Ward, Nelson. Lacey was Heskett. He took the young owl members, Mrs. George Balch, Birrell, Republic, Eric Birrill, Roe accompanied Bill mid Shir- a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louie to be raised by a care person. Mrs. Andrew Stafford, Mrs.Dale Concordia, Judy Hamel, Icy Roe to the Republic Method- HasemeyerJr. Pastor Dan Vatlier, Jon and Hoard and Opal Watson, attended Superior, Mrs. Kenny Huber, ist Church for the worship hour. Mother's Day dinner guests David, Mrs. Taylor Clark, Mr. the district FCE meeting at JudyHuber, Kansas City, Dennis Later they were accompanied by of Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, and Mrs. Paul Osborne and Bret, Belleville Friday. Frye, Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua and Jenna Roe to the Eric and Travis were Mr. and Mrs.GregBirrell, Republic, and SarahStuder, AnnaBeckwith Jerry Huber, Heather and home of Kirk, Becky, Heather Mrs. Donald Rogers, Rae Str- Duane Kintigh, Courtland, were and Bryan Studer were Friday Samantha, Courtland, Mrs.Jerry and Brice Ost, Mankato, for a ned, Michel and Michelle, Mr. callers last week of Mr. and Mrs. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mother's Day dinner. Harrell, and Mrs. Arlyce Cox, Belleville, Clare Osborne. Kenny Huber. Field. Jan and Janell Roe were unable Rim Boswell and Steven, Mr. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Brad JudyHuber, Kansas City, and Tanya Dahl, Courtland, to attend as Janell had chicken and Mrs. Keith Rogers, Richard, KeelerlastweekwerePastorDan Mr. and Mrs. Jim Novak, Bret visited Mr. and Mrs. MelvinDahl pox. Jennifer, Sarah and Thomas. Vallier, Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed, and Travis, Herington, were Saturday afternoon. Mother's Day dinner guests Elizabeth Kroeger, Byron, Guide Rock, Larry Keeler, weekend guests of Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Kenny Huber and of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles mother of Mrs. Roger Roe, was Tonganoxie, Helga Zollman and Kenny Huber. Other weekend granddaughter, Heather Huber, at a Superior cafe were Pastor admitted to Brodstone Memorial Jennifer Brown, Junction City, visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Courtland, visited Sylvia Mohler Lester and Mary Snyder and Nuckolls County Hospital,RobertaReed, Mrs.MelvinDahl, Huber, Heather and Samantha, Saturday. Dennis and Gloria Garman, Burr Superior, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gordanier, Mr. and Lisa and Ashleigh Ann Keeler called on Grace Oak. Liter all visited Esther Mr. and Mrs. liliff Banks, andMrs.RalphDunstanandMrs,Brumbaugh, Courtland, Lloyd Jacobson Saturdayafternoon. Boyles at the Brodstone Memo- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen and Rob Bonjour and Kaylene. Hayes and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hayes rial Nuckolls County Hospital. Stuart and Anita Tietjen, Byron, Susan Moravek and Tony McCollough, Deer Park, Wash., and Mrs. George McCollough, w re M r' vtslted Mr and Mrs Howard Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton, e othe s Day dinner " ' . . Mrs. Tom Coyne, Kansas City, Deer Park, Wash., arrived d ests of Dr Mr Field Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ga" Hudiburgh, . and s. Howard " 1 " Clare Osborne, Mrs. Jerry Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mr. mad Mrs: Clarence Wt~ ~iller;~andLuke, Hardy. ~ .:.~m,~ef~!:feturncd;~ome M~.~](~HeavexlPeters,andMrs. Mrs.VixgilMohler, otherfamily Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, Mr.~- w,e~ne~s~Y,3.ol~O~tl~,~ ~tour- ~0~,~h~Al~rl,a~l ~l~]ey., ,~dfriends. Additionalweekend Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Barleeaa, and Mrs. Gary Roe, Mr. and week visit with Mr. and Mrs. " Wedk~nd guests 6f M?. afliJ gu'~sts ~it~the Mohler home were st. t'aul, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mrs. Terry German and Mr. and uwayneRogers, Derby, Mr.and Mrs. Ronald Payne were Mr. and Judy Huber, Kansas City, Mr. Barleen and Derek, Grand Is- Mrs. Todd Garman, Scandia, Mrs. Stan Keeler, Morgan and Mrs. A1 West, Topeka. Mr. and and Mrs. Jim Novak, Bret and , land, were Mother's Day dinner and Verla Roe had Mother's Maggie, O'Fallon, Me., Mr. andMrs. Randy Shadduck, Mankato, Travis, Herington, Mr. and Mrs. ;! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Day dimmer ate Superior cafe. Mrs. Don Keeler and f ar .!ly, were additional Mother's Day Jerry Huber, Heather and ', t.oats, N.C., ana Mr. ana Mrs.runner guests. Koaney Payne Samantha, Courtland, Mr. and ~ g,~'t~ i-y ,.2t3 ~ .: b,7~ k'lta[i; .,~I_.4Z./~ ~ ~'Yt.A~.\~Garry Keeler, Baldwin City. and Kristene Beck, Mankato, Mrs. Lonnie Myers, Savannah :' ~.-'~ ,~ ~l[;~:~ ~ ~-'i~J['~'=~~.~i' Vernon Wiley returned home visited Sunday afternoon andGatlin, Randail Mr andMrs ii [~.,~ ~ ~~(~ ~ i'~/~,~'~,~.~:]k~ , Mr. and M~'s. Howard Patrick Jerry Lynn Massey, i~ellevillel ~ 1 mm lm m=m lnlll ~ Ii ~ Ii ' =were weetceno guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber, Mr. / ~, ,,, ..... ,-,. I ! A t_ _~__ _~._ IMrs. Robert Florell, Lincoln. and Mrs. Jerry Massey and Gary / L Pr.U. / i ~lJkos][r~lc[~ [They all attended Scott Florell's Massey "= "--'--'" r i " " " Hastings Omce Hours 1! Inco, rporated Io%Ult: k' r%g alug=' 7.' atteM~edat~dBMh~erGHie;l~scCl~rk i ........ . --A . .... / I I Omaha Saturday. They also FFA Program Saturday evening [May dune z Jl.O JLU - ~ ] I [ visited at the home of Mr. and and were Saturday overnight : / i-none ~um~er: 402-462-4872 | I Phone 402-879-4341 | Mrs. Craig Nelson and family at guests of John Clark, Buhler. [ Toll-Free Appointment Number: 800-642-6071 { [ 306 National [Omahaafter graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Strnad, / 704 East Side Boulevard [ [ Superior, Neb [ Curtis Free, Salina, was a TroyandDarlaattendedtheCraig ::- l ........ Hastings, Neb. 68901 ] I " I I ':" =-, -- ---- TlbbettsT - Fischer , 1. .... Furniture -- _ -- I ', 'l !li - . Broyhill " Sealy "liD[ Don t Be 1914 M Bellevi!le, Kan. :7 JI.O--L L / --LLJLJL Let Us On the latest news, sports, community events, editorials and area happenings! To Keep Up With the Times SUBSCRIBE TO: The Superior PO Box 408, Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-3291 PO Box 258, Webber, Ken. rnnl~||n IIItHNNN HNll a n i || iiilll |a a llll! n Enter My Subscription to n I l , The Superior Express , I ! I I I I I Address I I I I cny ..... st=t. I i Amount New Renew | L. ....................... -I $t2 per year or years for $33 in advance in Nebraska; Kansas plus tax, $12.71 or $34.95. Elsewhere, $1tl per year or three years for $50 N~b. 68~7~ ot PO Box ~8. Wsl:~o~, Kan. ~70 This week's report from the Mankato Uvestock Commission Co. Selling 786 cattle. Here are some sales: Light steers ........................................................ Up to "~ Cow-calf pairs .................................................. Up to 22 Mixed steers .......................... 465 Ibs ...................... 118.00 16 Mixed heifers ......................... 440 Ibs ...................... 100.00 12 Mixed steers .......................... 535 Ibs ...................... 102.00 18 Mixed steers .......................... 575 Ibs ...................... 103.50 14 Mixed steers .......................... 430 Ibs. ~ .................... 1 29 Mixed steers .......................... 750 Ibs ........................ 90.50 13 Mixed steers .......................... 780 Ibs ........................ 85.00 11 Mixed steers .......................... 835 Ibs ........................ 85.20 30 Mixed steers .................... ~ ..... 750 Ibs ....................... 88.00 15 Mixed steers .......................... 720 Ibs. 115Charolais cross steers ........ 840 Ibs. 64 Mixed steers .......................... 805 Ibs ........................ 64.50 57 Mixktdgteers ......................... 790 Ibs ........................ 85.00 77 Mix~:l~steers .......................... 805 Ibs ........................ 64.40 2~ Mix~l ~te~rs .......................... 685 Ibs ........................ 95.50 12"Mlked steers .......................... 630 Ibs ........................ 95.00 17 Mixedheifers ......................... 550 Ibs ........................ 94.25 Weigh Bulls ......................................................... Up to Weigh Cows ........................................................ Up to 58.75 Consignments for Friday, May 14 2 Loads of 750 lb. heifers 5 Young black cows with bull calf at side Andy Montgomery, owner 402-879-3004 Jon Russell, fleldman 913-374-4482 Bill Logan, fleldman 913-378-3327 ! Nelson and Darcy Stewart Formoflo Museum Present weddingatWashingtonSaturday Charles D. Stewart was a 'Ca-Ol t evening, visitor at the F'ormoso Museum --,,,- Mr. and Mrs. David Dahl and last Saturday. He was a relative Good Ariana, Courtland, visited Mr. oftheSheddensandStewartswho and Mrs. Melvin Dahl Saturday were early day residents of "Cau evening. Formoso with businesses on Main were Mykel and Javenia Peters Street. students attended the Jewell prom School: Saturday evening. Formoso PRIDE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer were Main Street was alive with improvi Sunday morning coffee guests of activitylastWednesday e,/ening. Bradley Brenda Studer and Amanda, and The Athena Junior Women's He Lucille Jones. Club members and members of job of Phyllis Hurd and Estella the Willing Workers 4-H Club McKeown, Superior, were were busily engaged in the student;Brent Mother's Day dinner guests of preliminaryphasesoftheirannual on following Mr. and Mrs. Don Bergen, Nora. beautification project. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stansbury, They began by replenishing First Ricky, Tim, Joey and Shawn, and fertilizing the soil in all 24 of Bohnert, Smith Center, wereMother'sDay the planters stationed at points of resl ,risible guests of Carol Stansbury. interest on Formoso streets. The Bowersox, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson, tubs were then filled with various Christina and Paul, Hardy, and varieties of geraniums, other discu. Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson, fiowers and buckets of water that penmanship Courtland, were Mother's Day were carried to the sites, independent dinner guests of Opal Watson. Formoso Library Second Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jensen, Joy, Kristina, JoAnna and Jackie The next Story Hour at were Mother'sDaydinnerguests Formoso Library will be Friday, disucssions; of Esther Jensen and Sharon 4-5 p.m. for kindergarten through performs Jensen, Concordia. fourth grade. Magazines this and accurately; Sylvia Mohler had Mother's week are the April Free China enjoys st Day dinner at Juniata with Mr. Journal, the May American and Mrs. Duane Wiley, Cawker Healthand Megiddo Message and City, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland the June-July Crafts 'N Things. Cleanse Moser, Turner, Hastings. Roberta Reed held a 4-H in class and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field stamp collecting project meeting classmates. met Mr. and Mrs. Ronald in the library Wednesday. Hilary Third Gr~ Stafford, Wichita, for Mother's Watson, KristinaJensenand4-H cooperativea~ Day dinner in Beloit. They also leader, Elaine Clark, met with helper; I Reed. The library board also met improvemeZ visited Carrie Field at Hilltop in the library Wednesday. Lodge. classwork Roberta Reed was a Mother's May is Mental Health Month. McDonald, I DaydinnerguestofMr.andMrs. Mostpeoplehavemanydemands participates Doyle Reed in Concordia. She on their time and energy. We AmandaZadi also visited Mr. and Mrs. Delno need more time for ourselves to help teacher Reed, Mike, Mona and Jack, become happier and more Nk :loy, i Concordia. productive, on task Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Strnad Formoso Senior assz and Darla had Mother's Day dinner in Concordia with Mr. and Citizens meet Ah Mrs. Max Krummel, Belleville. The Formoso Senior Citizens Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, met last Monday at the center. Harris, Chad and Brethad Mother's Day Pastor Dan Vallier gave the "Book It" dinnerinConcordiawithMr.and blessing. The flag salute was Mrs. Wallace Boman, Republic, given by 13 members, showing Mr. and Mrs. Tim Davis, Erika VeraDempseygavetheJewell and Monika, Belleville, and Mr. County Council on Aging report. Peters, Anna and Mrs. Leo Blanding, Keith The next meeting will be at and Kayla, Courtland. Formoso May 27 at 9:30 a.m. Sixth Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl Door prizes were won by Opal avid reader. and Kevin were Mother's Day Watson and Ruth Phillips. Speci afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dempsey presented a Grade Melvin Dahl. Mother'sDay program. Sheread Kindergarten, Janice Peters, Juretta and the poem, "A Mother's Love." alphabet. Javenia were Mother's Day Doris Lee Kitts read the poem, Library visitors of Lavernia McCune at "Discovery," and Nadine Balch, Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. "Kitchen Memories." Several Edna Engle was a Mother's brought old cookbooks and DaysupperguestofMr.andMrs. memories were shared from Diamond. Vaughn Stafford, Chantel, them. Band: Cameron and Chyla. The next meeting will be June Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free were 7 with hosts, George and Nadine Mother's Day supper guests of Batch. model Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Samantha. ....... ;Medina, .... Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl Mankato United and Kevin and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl, William, Jon and Tanya, Methodist Church Courtland, were Mother's Day Confirmation services were evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. held Sunday for eight Mankato Renold Johnson, Courtland. boys at the United Methodist B Re Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heinen, Church. Following the service a Dotty an Alvin Heinen and Mark Heinen dinner was held for the families, and Matthe returned home Sunday following Being confirmed were Cody Durrant, B~ a sight-seeing trip to the East Murray, Brent Beck, Nicholas dinnerguestSC Coast. TheyalsovisitedMr.and Colson, Ryan Ost, Luke Latta,Durrant. Mrs.M.A.BohnertatArlington, Ty Rothchild, Christopher ,. Earland~t Va. Dauner and Patrick Harper. aaturday st Kunka graduates ,, Kathy and :o ( 4"H News ~)' Mr an~ Katherine Grimes Kunka - " Karalea a td graduated from Washington State " Republic Pi-oneers 4oH Club surprised" ~'! University at Pullman, Wash., Saturday.Shereceivedher doctor met last Sunday in Republic at when they xz of veterinary medicine degree, the senior Citizen Center. The for lunch. " Kunka is the daughter ofPatty meeting was called to order by plr e) NolanandJolmGrimes, Spokane, Justid Hurley. Amanda Hurley Wash., and granddaughter of led the flag salute. Roll call was ~ Ltu Dale Henningsen, Phillipsburg, answered by a fun activity the the late Fern Decker and Mr. and club should try. Mrs. Gordon Grimes, Mankato. Jenny Kling read the minutes May 17 of the last meeting and Michelle tots, cele~ Mankato Library Barnes gave the treasurer's re- normandy Winter hours at the Mankato port. The club will tour the reed- whipped to Libra~ are 1-5 p.m. weekdays; ical arts building for theft educe- May 18 7-8:30" p.m, Monday and tional tour this summer. Sat- casserole, Wednesday evenings; 10 to urday the club picked up trashcookie, mi noon Saturday. along Highway 81 for the May In preparation for the Sum- Adopt-A-Highway program, chips, ce mer Reading Program, the li- The club tour will be June 6. cookie, brarian recently attended two A song was led by Amanda May workshops spomored by the Hurley. Holly Lawson gave a children's department of the project talk, "Getting a Calf milk. Central Kansas Library System.Ready To Show." The in'st was a workshop in Je:my Kling had an illustrated which ideas for crafts, activities talk, "Mice and Their Develop- and stories were presented. The ment." Brandi VanNortwick May second was a storytelling wor-shared "How to Make a Needle potato ship, featuring Kay Negash, a Book." Kurt Child was in charge apricots Boulder, Colo., storyteller, of recreation. The Darrell Heit- May Tentative date for the sum- mann family and The Mark baked mer reading program's story VanNortwick families were in time is Tuesdays at 11 a.m., he- charge of refreshments. May ginnin June 22. Children vre- There we.re 28 members and cheese, kindergarten to third grade:arethe two leaders present. The next cake, mi targetea group, meeting will be June 6. May 1062 East Third Street, SuPerior, Neb. AUTOMOTIVE DILal6N01;'IPICS aNn REPAIR Darren and Troy G(