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f Thursday, May 14, 1992 31 -Insurance Obituary--Dodd Save A Fistfull MENTAn- Racliel Mayellen Weaver Of Dollars! ou,, Check with State Farm Dodd, 65, died May 4, at the Agent Sonya Romersheuser for Shawnee Mission Medical Cen- competitive rates, guaranteed ter, Shawnee Mission, Kan. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A ed the Cool-Hilderbrandt re- union with 63 in attendance. Mrs. Cool and Mrs. Ludwig re- turned home Saturday evening. Mr. Cool, Tonya and Jerry were Use The Claselfleds! Phone 402-879-3291 WOLFF TANNING beds. New KANSAS STATE yield trials il- stock racks, 14-tt. commemial, home units from lustrate Express and Buchanan with harrow and $199. Lamps, lotions, accesso- soybeans are winners. Call to- Irrigationplpe: des. Monthly payments as low day and order top performing ft., 14 eight- as $18. Call today, freenewcolor soybeanseedforyourfarm. Con- gates. El- catalog, 800-228-6292. tact Farmers Union Coop, Guide reducer. Cobra 40- 18-20-1p Rock, 402-257-2145. new. 16-inch 21-20-1p No More Flats 1KE NEW almond Maytag self- Formica. cleaning range, $425. Microwave 23-Used Cars 16-19-2c cart, $50. Phone 402-225-2017. 18-20-1 c PRICING on new iql,_ 59 Aqua Sensor. 18a-Ant es 18-20-2c ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES. intedtruck Glassware, crockery, kitchen ;)erlor by Su- collectibles, tins, primitives, pic- pany, 148 tures, fancy work, linens and quilts. Donna's Antique Nook, Lamppost Mall, 307 N Central, two-drawer, letter- Superior. 18a-8-tfc file cabinet. List 20-Poultry 16-20-3p BABY CHICKS available each in stock or week. Complete line of poultry equipment and Purina Chick 16-20-ffp Starter. Hardy Feed, Inc. Phone 402-279-3420. 20-6-tfc on in-stock Hun sec- Now=130 Supe- 21-Feed and Seed Company. HOSKINS AUTO SALES Drive a little and save a lot Highway 6 Hastings Avenue Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 Trumbull, Neb. Phone 402-743-2255 23-10-ffc 1981 CHEVROLET Impalafour- door, small V-8 automatic, tilt wheel, cruise, air. Good, clean 16-20-ffp SHORT OF irrigation water? Let car. 402-879-4164. 23-19-ffc the people at Spring Creek Ag 1971 FIREBIRD. $2,000 or best pus Products make some sugges- offer. Call 402-879-4734 or 402- Will pay the 25% el- tions for your own situation for tOO*/, of all excess feed grainforage and soybeans. 236-8827, ask for Brad. brochure call 800- Spring Creek Products, Inc. 23-19-3c 259. 16-20-1p Phone402-365-7673. 21-16-7c 1984 CHEVROLET Gaprice wagon. Loaded. $750. Phone FOR sale El- ALFALFA HAY, prairie grass and 402-879-3138 or 402-879-3612. Orthras newspaper cane, big round bales. Will de- 23-20-ffc to work. liver Phone 402-879-4254. Ex- 21-40-tfc 23b-Auto Service Longtime es- circulation. All ALFALFA SEED for sale. Call GET READYforsummer.Check in south cen- Leo Blackstone, 402-879-4962. the air conditioning, belts and Reasonably 21-11-tfc hoses. Will do wash, buff and Contact 348 Arapa- SOYBEAN SEED, Burlison, wax, tune-ups and oil changes. Chapman, Hamilton, Hobbit 87, Complete fuel injection cleaned 16-20-1p Pella 86, Resnik, Zane, Williams on all models. Troy's Automo- 82. Also alfalfa varieties. We tive. Phone402-8Z9-3612. must sell. deliver. Spring Creek Ag Prod- 23b-14-tfc ;,easyconstruction. ucts, Inc. Phone 402-365-7673. ENGINES, WHOLESALE prices: city or rural 21-16-7c GM, Ford, Chrysler. Quality 5- rgarages, shops WILL WIREWORMS be a prob- year and 50,000-mile guarantee. 40x50, one 50x100. Call 800- lem in newly planted sorghum Free delivery. 305 and 350 16-20-1 fields this spring? Use Isopro Chevrolet, $829; 390 and 400 Seed Treatment to insure pro- Ford, $898. Many others. Tyrrell tectionaainstwireworms. Boost Engines, Cheyenne, Wyo. 800- your profits with Isopro. Contact 438-8009. 23b-20-1p 41TURE in five col- Farmers Union Coop, Guide sen,402-279- Rock, 402-257-2145. 21-20-1p 23c-Used Trucks 18 - 13 -ttc BETTIN'ONsoybeanyields?Put 1964 CHEVROLET 3/4-ton theoddsonyoursidewithLiqui-pickup. Good shape. $600. styles, Prep. Benefits of inoculation with Phone 402-879-3138 or 402- lifetime income and good neigh- bor service, too. Call 402-879- 3117. 31-20-1c EVERYONE IS talking about health insurance premiums but have you checked your cover- age and premiums? You could be paying too much for what you have. If you would like an honest comparmon, call or write Steve Headdck, PO Box 66, Superior, Neb. 68978. 31-20-ffc 34a-Roofing BOYER ROOFING COMPANY All Type= Roofing Commericai and Residential All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Phone 913-527-2687 Bellaville, Kansas 34a-2-ffc 36-Thank You I WANT to thank my friends and relatives for the help and con- cern and cards I received while I was hospitalized in Superior and Hastings and to the doctors and nurses for their care. All was appreciated. Robert Thompson. 36-20-1 c I WOULD like to thank everyone who remembered ms on my 80th birthday for the cards, calls and gifts. A special thank= to my ==on, his wife, and grandson, John. It was greatly appreciated. Thank= again to everyone. Emma Wittlak. 36-20-1p WE WISH to thank everyone who remembered us with their prayers, cards, memorials, food and plants at the time of the loss of our mother and grandmother. Your thoughtfulness was very much appreciated. Rodger and Connie Dean, Jeff, Tim and Ashley. 36-20-1p I WOULD like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and visits while I was in the hospital. Spe- cial thank= to Dr. Blecha and Dr. Berth. God bless you ell Beulah Strnad. 36-20-Ic WE WOULD like to thank Dr. Blecha, Dr. Hatch, the nursing staff and everyone at Brodstone hospital for the excellent care and kindness we received fol- lowing the birth of our son Aaron 36-20-1 p and the convenience of a liquid. For 879-3612. 23c-20-tfc WE WISH to thank all our rsla- information- 8OO=892,2013. NOTICE: WE buy used trucks-tires and friends for tlira of Life Spas, Un- Dealsrshlps available in selected and pickups, running or not. Have kindness and concern, floraltnb- 18-20-1p areas 21-20-1 p used truck parts. Shuck Auto and utes and memorials at the time of Truck Salvage. Phone 402-224- our mothar'sdeath. We aleowlah THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3735. 23c-41-tfc tOservingthanktheths lunchladles'afterauxiliarYthe ser-fr Phone 402-879-3291 FlED RATES per word ...................................................... 12 e ............................................................ $2.00 21 ................................................ 30 or additional weeks, add 9 cents per word per word .......................................... 12 LAY, per inch ................................... $2.75 Jent issues (minimum four), per inch ............ $2.40 blind under the must be answered by letter. Answers must be 10 days after the last insertion. There is an additional more than the cost of the ad for this form. KNOW WHAT YOUR AD WILL COST ad Is ....................................... $2.00 including your name and address. advance by either Master Charge or Visa. for billing all noncommercial ads. Ads will be acceptsd until 4 p.m. Tuesday PUblication in Issue of the followirlg day. I classified advertising classification: reserves the right to classify all advertisements to its own rules of classification. CLASSIFIED INDEX advertisement under any of the following headings: For Sale 26-Notice 17-Electronics 27-Felizer 17a-Memorials 27a-Chemioals 18-Household Goods 28-Farm Loans 1&a-Antiques 29-Electnan 20-Poultry 29a-Welding 21-Feed and Seed 30-Beautidan 21a-Irrigation 30a-Musical Instruments 22-Vans 31-Insurance 23-Used Cars 31a-Auctioneer 23a-Motorcycles 32-Refrigeration 23b-Auto Service 33-Professional 23e-Used Trucks 33a-Lodges 23d-Recreational 34-Plumbing 23e.Tire Repair 34a-Roofing 24-Real Estate 36-Thank You 24a-Mobile Homes 37-1n Memorium 24b-Rent, Buildings 40-Contractors 25-Land For Rent 3OOD CLASSIFIED AD: respond more quiddy and favorably when given complete or you. For best results, always insen r ompletewi areacode, your nameand com#ete malting giveapreferred lime to have prospects ' in the reader's position and ask yotndf what you would like to sa,lelim do so, not through lack of readership, mough information ta  prompt action. be secured for your adverlisment rates for those of keeping public every week PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD Phone 402-879-32gl r leil to PO BOX 408, SUPERIOR, NEB. 68978 Kansas residents should mail to WEBBER, KANSAS 66970 20 to place an advertisement and to your Visa or MasterCard card. Hours are: Monday through Friday noon and 1-6 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-noon 00(IPERIOR EXPRESS 1991 CHEVROLET S-10 pickup. Tahoe package, 4.3 V-6, auto- matic, loaded. 7,000 miles. Phone 402-879-3138 or 402- 879-3612. 23c-17-tfc 23d-Recreational 27-ft. Ffifth wheel, good condi- tion, ready to go. Phone 402- 879-4114. 23d-20-2p FOR SALE: 1977 Arrow Glass Cougar boat, 1985 Evinrude 70 h.p. motor, $2,500. Call Rick Hiatt, 402-879-4071.23d-19-2c MOTORCYCLE- 250 Suzuki dirt bike, menu-shock, has new pis- ton and rings, good condition, Brad Baker 402/913-875-3950 evenings 23e-Tire Repair Fast and Expert FLAT TIRE REPAIRING Truck-Tractor-Auto B&S TIRE MARKET Superior, Nebraska 23e-18-fie 24-Real Estate LARGE FIVE-bedroom home on 1 1/2 lots. Price reduced. Phone 402-879-4018. 24-13-ffc FOR RENT or sale in Lawrence, three or four-bedroom home with full basement and garage. Call after 7 p.m., 402-756-7672. ' 24-19-2c FOR SALE or lease: Metal com- mercial or light industrial build- ing. 16,000+ sq. ft. presently farm equipment business on approxi- mately nine acres. Call owner 308-754-4174, St. Paul, Neb. 24-20-1 p TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE for sale in Soperior. Phone 402-225- 3058 before 8 a.m., or after 6 p.m. 24-20-3p 26-Notice TOM BARGEN Trucking, Inc., Nora, Nsb. Local and long dis- " tance hauling Licensed grain dealer. Buy and sell all grains and sunflowers. Dealer for "Tri- umph Seed" the brand with the top-producing sunflower hybdds for this area. Call us for all your grain and crushed white rod( needs. Phone 402-225-2164. 26-9-13c vice, the doctors end nurses and staff of the Bellevllle Health Cam Center. The family of Wanda Morehead. 36-20-I p The family of Beulah Frsdchs wishes to thank everyone fortheir cards, visits and prayers dudng her illness. Your thoughtfulness, cards, flowers, memorials, food and prayers dudng our recent loss is deeply appreciated. Thanksto Drs. Leibel and Blecha and also to the staff at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center for your care during her stay. A special thanks to Rev. Jerry for his visits and support dudng this difficult time. Thank= to the United Msth- odist Women for the noon meal, to the Nelson VFW Auxiliary for the lunch after the service and to John Price and staff for their as- sistance. May God bless all of OU. Glen Frerichs, Glenda and eal Hinz, Chad, Jason, Sara and Jared, Joyce and John Rivera, Matthew, Nathan and Renee, Carol and Marry Williams. 36-20-Ip I WANT to thank the Superior Volunteer Fire Department and auxiliary, Sullivan dairy for their fork lift, Butlers for their tractor loader, Quality Red-D-Mix and Mid-Am for hauling water for my fire. All your help was appred- ated. Our communlty is very for- tunate to have such a fine fire department. Thanks for a job well done. Way Solid Waste Recy- cling Canter. 36-20-1c WE WANTto thank everyone for ths cards, flowers, prayers, tel=,- phonecalls and visits while Harry was in the hooital and since returning home. Thanks to Pas- tor Bussinger for his visits and prayers. Spedalthank= to Darrsll and Karen, Veto and Veda and Betty Struse and family for all they did for us. Everything is greatly appredated. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder. 36-20-1c Helen Ferguson dies in Florida A former Nelson resident, Helen V. Ferguson, 77, North Port, Fla., died May 4. S he was born at Nelson April 26, 1915. She moved to Florida 20 yem o rxom Dal__, .Pa:. She was a member ot'lnnztY Unimd Methodi=Ch.rch,North Port, the PEO chapter at Ne.ln and Daughters of the American Revolutioa. She is survived by her hus- band, John H.D.Fason, James P. Nelson, Glenwood Springs, Colo., and a step son, John S. Fergusoa, O .oorsetown, Del.; and three granddtddren. The funeral was Thursday at the Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato, with Pastor Kendal Utt officiating. Burial was in the Mount Hope Cem- etery. Mrs. Dodd, the third child born to Elizabeth George and Samuel David Weaver, was born at Burlington, Kan., Sept. 7, 1926. She attended Garnett and Burlington grade schools, Burlington High School, Ursuline Academy, Paola, Kan., and Beloit High School, gradu- ating in 1944. Following gradu- ation, she attended Kansas State University and Wichita State University from which she earned a bachelors of art degree in home economics in 1947. S he completed her graduate work in special education a KSU, the University of Kansas, Fort Hays State University and Pittsburg University. While attending Beloit High School, she met James C."Dick" Dodd. They were married Aug. 3,1947, and made their home on a farm south of Mankato. They remained on the farm until 1966, when they moved into town. She became her teaching ca- reer in home economics at Mankato High School in 1947 and completed all but two years of her 40-year teaching career in the Mankato school system. She taught two years at Clifton High School, 1955-1957. She also taught many adult education night courses for Cloud County Community College in Mankato and Concordia. She was an active member of the Harmony United Methodist Church, singing in the choir and teaching Sunday school; East- ern Star; PEO; Mankato Asso- ciation of Professional Educa- tors; Rebecca Circle and Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW. She was preceded in death by her husband April 11, 1977. Survivors include four sons, Robert, Dover, Del.; Michael, Houston; Steven, Lencxa, Kan.; and Timothy, Liberty, Me.; one brother, Robert John Weaver, Grand Bend; one sister, Isetta Arvidson, Wichita; and eight grandchildren, Christopher Dodd, Dover; Stephanie Dodd, Houston; Allison and Elizabeth Dodd,Lenexa; andBrian, Sarah, Suzanne and Angela Dodd, Lib- erty. The Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, was in charge of ar- rangements. Ethel Kinnison dead at 101 Ethel M. Kinnison, I01, died May 9, at the Bethesda Care Center, Edgar. Thefuneral was Wednesday at theUrbauer-Williams Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Harold Fox officiating. Burial was in the Edgar Cemetery. Mrs. Kinnison, the daughter of Parker and Katherine Esterbrook Elliott, was born Oct. 29, 1890, at Bruning. She was united in marriage March 18, 1908, to Arthur Kinnison in a double wedding ceremony in which her sister, Maude, became the bride of Smith Wimer at her parents home at Angus. Ethel and Art lived their 53 years together in Nuckolls and Clay counties. After moving into Edgar, she was a gold star mother of the Edgar Auxilliary. She was at one time a mem- her of the Evange_lical United Brethren Church, Angus, later transferring her membership to the Church of the Plains. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, three daughters, MaxineMiech,Roma Cannon and Dorcas Jeffs; three sons, Lyle, Bernard and an in- fant; and four sisters. Among her survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Orin Spurling (Cecil), and Leila Buerer, both of Edgar; a son, Robert, Kenewick, Wash.; a sister, Laurene Powell, Edgar; 26 grandchildren, 64 great-grand- children and 72 great-great- grandchildren. Nellie Walters dies at Lincoln Nellie M. Walters, 75, died Maerv7, at Lincoln. ices were Monday at the Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. Mrs. Walters was born April 13, 1917, at Superior Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finnell. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Lincoln. Survivors include her has- band, Arnold; a son, John, Lin- coln; two daughters, Marion Morrissey, Papillion, and Sandy Love, Lincoln; two brothers, Orle Finnell, Hastings, and Glenn Finnell, St. Louis; three sisters, Bonnie Chambers, Su- perior; Erma Eisenhauer, Lin- coln, and Ruby Jones, Kansas City, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. By Mrs. Loule Hasemeyer Jr. The Olive Hill Church will have charge of the Superior Good Samaritan Center church service Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Harold Wilton took her father, Gail Hudiburgh, to Saline Wednesday for a medical ap- .pointment. He is slowly improv- ing. Della Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Ost and Heather, Mankato, were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe near Courtland. Visitors the past week in the home of Mrs. Roe were Robert and Sandra Davis, Formoso, Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Dean Morgan. Wednesday Mrs. Roe attended the First Presbyterian Church Ladies Luncheon, Superior. Zelda Schuster was a Moth- er's Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Mat- thew and Meggin. Later in the afternoon Mrs. Schuster visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Stone St. and Hollie. Mrs. Steven Shroyer, Blake and Phillip called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler the past week. Kimberly Harris, Superior, was a Thursday overnight guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton. Saturday evening visitors in the Wilton home were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris and David. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton took his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton, out to dinner at a Supe- rior cafe for Mother's Day. Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hanna, Jeremy and Brady, Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dye, Craig, Aaron and Brett, Hebron. Mother's Day supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner near Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold Woerner, Buck and Wesley, Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. James Woerner and Tori, Nelson, and Davon Ehlers. Mrs. Arnold Woerner was a uest of her grandmother, Doris Lapp, at the mother-daughter banquet at the Good Samaritan Center, Su- perior, Sunday evening. Zelda Schuster visited Alvina Larsen, Superior, Tuesday morning. Thursday Mrs. James Hanson, Oak, and Mrs. Schuster had dinner together at a Superior care. Sunday evening Mrs. Harold Wilton was a guest of her moth- er, Ellen Hudiburgh, at the Good Samaritan Center, Superior, for the mother-daughter banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Louie I-Iase- meyer Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ward, Melissa and Lacey were Mother's Day din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, Eric and Travis, Superi- or. Kenneth Andersen, Superior, was a Friday evening caller at the Hasemeyer home. This community received a nice rain Sunday night totaling .50 to .70 inches of rain. Frank Hale, Lincoln, was a Saturday overnight and Sunday guest of Dee Ross. Mother's Day Mrs. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hale and David, Juniata, Frank Hale, Lincoln, and Mac Mellott had a picnic dinner to- gether at a Superior park. Wednesday evening Don and Kathy Cool, Donna Hart, Pare Baskin, Cristy and Matthew, Willcuts, Calif., were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Cool, Tonya and Jerry. The above were Thursday dinner guests in the William Cool home and then left for Fairmont where they were bouseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Cool and while there visited with other relatives in the area. Callers the past week at the home of Mrs. Bill Andrews were Merna Wester, Mrs. Ver- non Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece, Mankato. Tuesday Mrs. Andrews and Phillip Barry had supper together at a Superi- or eafe. Thursday Mrs. Mohler and Mrs. Steven Shroyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrews at the Superior Good Samaritan Cen- ter. Sunday evening Mrs. An- drews was a guest ot Clara Chambers at the mother-daugh- ter banquet at the Good Samari- tan Center. Saturday morning William Cool and Jerry went to Lushton, Neb., where they attended a farm sale of a neighbor of Mr. Cool's boyhood days. He visited First Published May 14, 1991 in The Superior Express PUBLIC NOTICE The Nuckolls County Veter- ans Service Committee will hold their annual meeting in the Vet- erans Service Office, located in the County Courthouse in Nelson, Nebra_ka, on Tuesday, May 19, at 7:30 p.m. This meet- ing is open to the public. An agenda for the meeting is kept current, and is available for inspection at the office of the Veterans Service Officer, lo- cated in the Courthouse at Nelson, Nebraska. lc neighbors he had not seen for 10 Saturday overnight guests of Mr. ears. Saturday evening Mrs. and Mrs. Stan Green, Valerie illiarn Cool and Tonya and and Ryart, York, and were Sun- Rose Ludwig, Superior, went to day dinner guests of Mr. and Fairmont where they met Mr. Mrs. Boyd Cool for a family Cool and Jerry. They all attend- get-together. By Audrey Diamond The mother-daughter salad supper was Wednesdayevening at the Webber church. Hostesses were Wilma Rathbun, Lindel Barry and Margaret Metfler. Joan Ross, program chairman presented a program in connec- tion with the church centeamial to be celebrated in September. Wayne Ross and Nancy Star- ling, Denver, visited his mother, Avis Ross, Friday evening until Monday. They were all supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Ross visited in the Avis Ross home Sunday after- 110011. Rita Ordich was a Sunday dinner guest of her mother, Hil- dreth Russell. In the afternoon they attended the open house honoring Emma Wittlake on her g0th birthday. Jeff Jensby, Beatrice, and Jim Jensby, Belleville, were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. Mrs. Jeff Jens- by, Juliarme and Ross and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were guests of Mrs. Jim Jensby at the mother- daughter luncheon at the Belleville Lutheran Church Sat- urday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Jensby attended church in Belleville Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby. After church they and A1 Orich, Belleville, went to Concordia where they met Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hndler, Beloit, for dinner at a care. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sorrell, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothehild this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rothehild were guests of Shirley Crane and Michael for a Mother's Day dinner Sunday. Other guests were Jane Tuxhorn and Ryan and Shea Rothchilck Smith Cen- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Roth- child and FJ'Jk, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Rothehild and Chad, Aurora, Kathy Avis and Lindsay, Hastings, Jamie Bailey. Superior, and Darrell Rothchild and Janice Stowall, Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rothchild, Smith Center, were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larmer, Chicago, called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Saturday evening. They, along with Ila Larmer, had Mother's Day din- ner at a Superior care. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Man" visited Mrs. Dick Courter at the Asbury Medical Center and Dwayne Ball at St. John's Hos- pital, Saline, Thursday. Pat Bergen visited Estella McKeown Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen, Nora, visited her Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan were Estella McKeown, Mr. and Mrs. Gall Bartley and Mrs. Kris Hoard, McPherson, who visited her parents this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth- child visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothehild Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gayiord Rothchild and Neva Sisson attended church services at the Methodist church, Beloit, Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. John Mat- thews, Laura, Lanae and Aman- da. The Beloit seniors were hon- ord. Following church services, they had dinner together at a Be- loit cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair and Mrs. Brad Blair attended graduation exercises for Randy ICon Friday aftemoon at the University of Nebraska at Kear- ney. They also attended the re- ception for Randy at the Jerry Kort home, Blue Hill. They vis- Red Brad Blair and Mindy, Hardy, enroute home. Mrs. H. E. Jacobsen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobsen and Charlie Stoics were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoics. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Mrs. Joe Gilbert, Jamestown, Tuesday morning and Margaret Warren Thursday morning. Janice Stratman and Lauree Mettler, Clay Center, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Merrier. Ezic Oarst and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond were those from this commumty who attended the funeral for Rachel Dodd Thursday afternoon at the Meth- odist Church in Mankato. Mrs. Dodd was home economics teacher at Mankato High School many years. Mr. and Mrs. Dia- ..mend visited Mrs. Howard Ap- pieby Thursday evening. They also visited with Arnold Apple- by, Corvallis, Ore., who arrived late Thursday afternoon to visit until Sunday morning. Mrs. Ap- pleby and Arnold were Friday. afternoon callers in the Dtamorm home. Mr. and Mrs. Kick Dia- mond and Ashley called on Mr. and Mrs. Diamond Sunday after- noon. Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Howard Appleby at the Courtland Community Hall were Arnold Appleby, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Appleby, Christopher, Mar- cus and Benjamin, Shawnee Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Erick- son, Kyler and Logan, Wamego, Mrs. Jerry Ryan, McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Erickson and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lind- berg, Jennifer, Erica and Nathan, Susan Erickson, Vance Appleby, Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond. Margaret Warren and Linda Warren returned home Monday evening after Margaret had visit- ed her sister arid family, Mrs. Dick Courter, Mr. Courter and Bruce, Salina, and Linda had visited Mr. and Mrs. Craig War- ren and Cody, Wichita, since Saturday. Linda also helped her grandson, Cody, celebrate his first birthday. Gladys Johnson, Courtland, called on Margaret Warren Friday. Margaret War- ren was a guest of Cheryl War- ren, Melanie and Haley to the mother-daughter banquet spon- sored by the Burr Oak churches Saturday evening at the Burr Oak school gym. Linda Warren was the hon- ored guest at a surprise birthday party Sunday afternoon at the Margaret Warren home. Other ests were Mr. and Mrs. Doug arren, Melanie and Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond. Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Mrs. Brian Simms went to Pueb- lo, Colo., Tuesday where they visited their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler. Wednesday morning Mrs. Diamond went to Alamosa to visit Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dia- mond, Jeremiah, 7ach and Joshua until Friday morning. Thursday evening the ladies at- tended the mother-daughter ban- quet at the church. Friday morn- ing Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Mrs. Greg Diamond and sons went to Pueblo to attend gradua- tion exercises for Janell Kidd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler. Mrs. Kidd received a degree in nursing and was one of four to graduate with distinc- tion. They visited at Mrs. Kidd's home following graduation. Her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fowler and daughter, Ft. Collins, and Karen Fowler, Sonoma, Calif., also attended. Mrs. Diamond and Mrs. Simms returned home Saturday. Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Dallas Diamond had Mother's Day din- ner with Dolly Jennings at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center. In the afternoon they took Dolly and AI Jennings for a ride around Lake LoveweU Lake Lions Club selects 2 for scholarships Two scholarship rectpmnts and two alternates were chosen at the annual Lions Club schol- arship banquet held last Mon- day at Centennial Lutheran Church. Chosen to receive $250 schol- arships to the school of thetr choice were Macy Cisneros and Darren Jcnsen. The alternates were Kerry Sullivan and Collin Stubbs. Parents of the seniors are Mary Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sullivan and Patricia Stubbs. Kevin Madsen, a native of Superior and principal at Dav- enport High School, was the speaker. He told the 20 top mem- bers of the senior class opportu- nities were in front of them all the time. He said what happens depends on what they do with thoseopportunities. He also said terms such as "potential," "mo- tivate" end"good luck" were of little use in identifying and us- ing opportunities. Ben Kemper, president of the club, was master of ceremonies and Evan Mohler, f'wst vice presi- dent, presided over the award- ing of the scholarships. The Davenport Senior Cen- ter celebrated their fifth anni- versary birthday last Thursday with 60 persons in attendance. Special guests were Larry Ossowki, director of Blue Riv- ers Area Agency on Aging, and board members, Milton Eickman and  Rozmajzl. Special guests representing the Daven- port community also supported the noon event.