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2ATHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 14, 1992 q';,nstructi( ,n begans" on office The owner of the new Esbon post office building, Leslie Tholen is directing construction of the building. N1 xckolls foundat'Lon grants scholarships Four scholarships totalling Foundation directors must be $1,200 were awarded at the an. a resident of Jewell or Nuckolls nual meeting of the Nuckolls Counties as must the students County Foundation last Tues- who receive scholarships. Lois day. Sullivan is the president; Eleanor Jeffrey Schultz, Ruskin, a se- Stiles, vicepresident; and Wayne nior atNelson High School, and Garrison, Nelson, secretary and treasurer. E.H.U. stamp meeting cancelled May 4-9 is EJ-I.U. Home- makers Week. Vera Dempsey had a poster about Household Products, Hazards and Recy- cling. Magaines this week are May- The foundation also serves *I,n, ("nuntrv Wtwtann rtd Msv as a depository for.dD.nat!o M''egiddo-Messa"ge.'"-Two-l"ge the START track and oall park print books this week are No improvement funds. It also ad- Stone Unturned," by Patrieia ministers the Roy Equall Schol- Robbins and "Fallen," by Louis arship Fund. L'Amoar. A gift of $50,000, announced The stamp meeting scheduled lastweek, from James B. Nichols for May 20 has been cancelled. will be used for loans to college Story hour was Wednesday juniors, seniors or those in post- for Kindergarten through fourth graduate programs, grade. Annmarie Johnson, a senior at Mankato High School, will each receive $300 scholarships from the foundation. Two Rena Clingman Memo- rial scholarships valued at $300 each, were given to Tonya Jarosik, Lawrence, and Emily Roethemeyer, Nelson. The Clingman scholarships are made possible by a donation from Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Garrison, Nelson. Construction of the new Esbon post office building is un- derway. Dennis Manning, Burr Oak, and Leslie Tholen, Grinnell, are constructing the 20 foot by 32 foot wooden structure building. The building is located across the street nerth of the present post office. Completion of the building is set for July 1. Tholen owns other post office buildings in Utica, Marquette, Norcator and Grinnell, where his wife is the postmistress. Lila Frost, the seventeenth postmistress in Esbon history, has been postmistress for 11 years. Dwight Frost is the rural route carrier, covering 105-miles a day. Lila Frost stated, "I will be glad when the move is done. We have to move to the new build- ing according to postal regula- tion. I had to take a course and training session on how to cor- reedy move into a post office building." The present post office building has been serving Esbon since 1965. It was a converted building that once housed a lum- ber yard business. The Esbon post office was established in Jan. 26, 1874. Lewis hosts Know Thy Neighbor Club The Know Thy Neighbor Club met at the home of Alta Lewis last Wednesday with six members present. Roll call was a May basket and what the members planned to do Mothers day. Following the business meet- ing, the members had a social time and the hostess served lunch. Church plans Bible school "Team Up with Jesus" is the theme for the annual vacation Bible school to be held at the Church of Christ May 26 through 30. The program begins each day at 8:45 a.m. and concludes at 12:15. It is a free daily program for students pre-school through eighth grade, said Treva ShellS, director of the school. Included Thursday Evening Special Chicken Fried Steak $5 O0 Baked Potato, Tossed Salad, Roll and Butter, Iced Tea or Coffee plus tax Saturday Evening Special 7 oz. Sirloin Strip $6 00 Baked Potato, Combination Salad, Garlic Bread or Tea Roll, Iced Tea or Coff plus tax Regu/ar Menu Available Also Hereford Inn 233 N Central Neb. HAMBURGER FRY Friday, May 15 Serving 5-8:30 p.m. Hamburger $1 - Cheeseburgers $1.25 Carry Out: Add .50- French Fries .50 Games Start at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 16 00=ling Dance Honorin00 Tracy Lipker and Lyle Tietjen Drenda Flinn, D.J. 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Sunday Graduation May 17 Dance Honorin00 All Graduates00 Everyone Invited Brenda-" '-' n, "- " 9 p.m.- 1 a.m. Club Superior, Neb. will be crafts, Bible classes, learning activities, recreation, music and lots of fun. The Bible school will con- elude with a picnic Saturday and a closing program Sunday eveninl at 6:30. Registration or additional in- formation may be obtained by calling either the church or the pastor, Ken Fairbrother. Thursday, May 14, 1992 The Supedor Expmu. post o(flce publieotlon (LISPS 529 300)  res: $1200 per yeoL three yen for $33.00 poyable In od- vonc  ko end Kontot. $1&O0 per yor o three yecn for 50.00 ebewhere In United Slotet/hkf-tlve eenl= per =01e copy. Snd ekm pooge poldot Supe- rior. Nel:xosko. Publbhed weeldy by the Su- perior PubUshino C. Inc..  148 Eost ThUd Slreet. Superior. Nebraa 68978. IN 0740-0969 Dennis Manning, Burr Oak, is helping with the construction of the building which will soon house the Esbon post office. 100 attend mothel00claughter banquet at Ruskin Tuesday Ruskin Woman's Club host- ed the mother-daughter banquet last Tuesday at Bethany Fellow- ship Hall. There were more than 100 mothers and daughters in at- tendance for the covered dish meal. The program committee, Heral Jean Schultz and Bertha Mac Schultz, presented an evening of entertainment. Medi- tations were given by Betty Pe- tersen. Bubbles the clown and her assistant, Bubble gum, handed out door prizes and balloons to winners of drawings. A cake raf- fle was conducted. Club mem- bers furnished the cakes. The area schools presented the following program. From Superior Junior High school, a vocal duet by Jodie Kaldahl and Darcie Christensen, a vocal duet by Tara Hiner and Kara Hoefs and a vocal quintet Davenport Junior Auxiliary meets Davenport American Legion Junior Auxiliary met Monday, May 4, for their regular meet- ing. President Julie Biltoft pre- sided at the meeting. Ten girls were present, along with their mothers. It was announced the girls would help distribute pop- pies Saturday, May 16 and sing taps at the cemetery following the Memorial Day services Mon- day, May 25. At theconclusion of the meet- ing a drawing was held for an afghan. The winner was Anna Sell, Davenport. The next meet- ing will be Monday, June 1. Lunch was served by Colleen White and Bonnie Dumler. ,,i ,,..,..,...I-/ Lamppost Mall I, /  }t' I I "  Iil , 307 N Central, Supexior, Neb. You're TERRIFIC Class of 1992! CONGRATULATIONS! For at special grad .lug Bouquets  Cap Centerpieces Stuffed Ballons. Stop in or call Tax Included Sunday Buffet Roast Pork and Baked Chicken on rice Coffee and tea Included Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $5OTOa Children s4oo over x under 10 Tax Included Included Saturday Evening Special Prime Rib $690 and r-bone P,u00 Tax Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 1 hill Ill i I l Hamburger ...................... s29 and French Fries Tax Salad Bar ........................... s200. All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack ....... $1.99 Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. by Jodie Kaldahl, Dareie Chris- tensen, Tara Hiner, Kant Heels and Renae Judy. From Deshler Junior High School, a saxaphone duet, Nicole Meyer and Dawn Schier- meyer, a vocal duet, Kristen I-/ansen and Teresa Muhlen- bruch and a piano solo, Laurel Kastrup. From Nelson schools, a vocal solo, Marcia Kleen and a vocal quartet, Marcia Kleen, Taye Hanson, Wendy Himmelberg and Jenny Diebert. Linda Kleen gave a rading, "My Coleslaw Just Doesn't Taste Right." Alice Eggers was hostess for the evening. Superior rescue squad safety tips for children The Superior Volunteer Res- cue Squad has offered several tips for travelling safely with young children as part of emer- gency medical services week. Any child younger than age five or weighing less than 40 pounds should be buckled into a safety seat. Older children may be secured by safety belts. Unbelted children can become airborne even in minor crashes. Children sitting on laps can be torn from adults arms or crushed against the dashboard by the force of a collision. Install a safety seat and an- chor it to the vehicle with the lap belt exactly as specified by the manufacturer. best protected in the rear seat. Always make sure children are properly buckled in place while riding. Check to see that straps and belts fit snugly. Place infants weighing less than 20 pounds in a rear-facing posi- tion. If child's safety seat has been involved in a crash, dispose of it. Car safety seats are 71 per- cent effective in preventing deaths, 67 percent effective in reducing hospitalizations and 50 percent effective in preventing minor injury. Take time to buckle children into proper car safety seats. Your investment could save their lives. Even when correctly buckled Remember Nebraska has a child into a safety seat, children are restraint law and motorcycle McCullough, Kindler receive scholarships $I00 Jewell County Homemaker Council Youth Scholarship is Traci McCollough, daughter of Roger and Jan McCollough of rural Randall. She plans to at- tend Kansas State University and major in interior design. She's especially interested in residential design and feels that there will always be a need for home economies because the The 1992 recipient of the welfare of people and families Skit highlight of senior citizens' meeting Monday The Formoso Senior Citizens met last Monday at the center with 34 members and guests present for the noon meal Chairman George Baleh gave the blessing. Dean Cline had the only May birthday which he celebrated that day. Gwen West and Maxine Keeler won the door prize. Vera Dempsey gave the report on the Jewell County Smith hostess council on Aging. The next meeting will be May 28 at Jew- of Baptist Women ell. "Friends" was the name of Ruby Smith was hostess to the program. Velma Cline 12 members of the Guide Rock presented lhe poem, "Friend- American Baptist Women Min- ,', followed by Lucille Col- istries in her home Thursday lir'with"Friendship in A Cup." evening. A hilarious skit, "Porch Sittin," President Janet Crary, opened the meeting with a poem enti- was given by Nadine Balch and fled, "A Mother's Way Is Love." Anita Switzer. Mrs. Dempsey She then led the Bible trivia on sang "Mother," accompanied by "One Word Answers." Shirley Wood. Mrs. Wood also Devotions were given by played other selections on the Marjorie Blankenbakcr entitled, piano. "Human Relations," taken from Flowers were given to honor Matthew, James and Romans. the following mothers; Agnes Bonnie Ohrnstede installed Belch, oldest mother present; the new officers for 1992-1994. Shirley Wood, youngest mother;, She gave an impressive installa- and Gwen West and Nadine lion service entitled "Chosen to Balch, mothers with the most Produce Fruit." Each new offic- children. Those present told of er received a pretty anifieal things that stood out most in the apple, mother's lives. Several interest- Mrs. Crary presented a hand- ing things happened along with made cross to each person who the unhappy times. "Make new had compelled the Bible read- friends, but keep the old" is very ings for the year. She told the. dear to us all as we trod life's meaning of love gift and it was "path. received.Following the business The next meeting will be meeting, Mrs. Smith served June 1 with hostesses Doris Lee lunch. Kilts and Nadine Blach. i tE The91St Birthday  llg.ndchil{rn %=d' Tota, E,egance and great-grandchildren L  Make Appointments Now Phone 402-879-4442 122 EI Foer St. - Suld, Nob. of Alida Duensing WALK-INS WELCOME request a Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8a.m. to 5 p.m. birthday card shower Thursdaya, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for her Monday. May 25. Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cards may be sent to CLOSED MONDAYS m Box Jody Langer Hebron, Neb. 68370 Owner and Operator Boxoffice opens 7:00 Showtime 7:30 One Show Only Adm: Adults $3.25 Kids & Senior Cidzens w/cards $1.75 Rock-A-Doodle, is tale of a fable told to a boy by his parents about a rooster leaving the farm to pursue a show-business career, but ends up returning to protect his CREST Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska May 15- 21 Wayne's World, is a funny, original comedy that features a pair of nerds, (Wayne & Garth), who broadcast a cable TV-show parody from Wayne's parents' home in Illinois. C/NEMA I MIKE MYERS DANA CARVEY PARAMOUNT IIICI"URI CDVJP.MA I/ world's first rockin The newest in VIDEOS: Freejack; House Party 2; Frankle & Johnny; Late For Dinner; Little Man Tate. New Nlntendo and VIDEO HOURS: Mon.-Thurs. 6:30 to 10:00p.m. Fri. 5 to 10:00 Sat.&Sun. 2 to 10:00 IBI will directly affect the future of our nation. An active Jewell High School student, she is a 6- year member of the Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club, a member of the Jewell Trinity United Meth- odist Church and youth group and enjoys art as well as Ynusic. The recipient of the first Jew- ell County Homemaker Council $100 Adult Scholarship is Mrs. Gary Kindler, Esbon. She plans to continue as a fulltime nursing student next fall, enrolling at Cloud County Community Col- lege in Concordia to earn an as- sociate degree in nursing. She is completing her LPN training at North Central Kansas Vo-Tech Beloit this spring and has been employed by Jewell Coun- ty Hospital and Bethesda Care Center in Smith Center as a nurses aid and also as head cook at White Rock Schools, Burr Oak. The mother of four children, Mrs. Kindler feels home health care is a growing issue especial- ly with the rising cost of health care. She hopes to become a part of the Jewell County Home Health Care program upon com- pletion of her nursing degree. Selection committee mem- bers Adelaid Regnier and Micki Walker presented award letters a brief meting May 5, helmet law. support the belt law. people about seatbelts. major cause of out safety verity score, s a tel Department tion seat belts. Americans compared braskans. tel collisions, collisions and crashes. They person a motor vehicle; reduce the or death. UM salad The Scandia ist Women evening fol luncheon friends in President opened the with a poem May. The money tO sunmler snacks will June 1 Special pins were Jensen" and Were' tificates be given in Reece room and flowers Mrs. Spring," the man, where Orient and times a the was ably trees. ..... i::i? ' Triplet calves near Burr Triplet heifer calves were born recently at the ODe Inc. Farm, rural Mankato. "It was a surprise. We found them when we checked cows that morning," Mike Dethloff stated. The cow is a rgistered charo- lais bred to a charolais bull. This was the second time the cow has calved. The calves were all claimed by the cow and she fed them for not so it was now "I'his is O130 Farm. ODO and Mrs. and Mrs. celia Ost. Saturday, Guide Rock Vets 9 p.m. to I a.m. Music by Brenda Net proceeds go Pa-Hur Sponsored by Guide Rock Lions Club