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IOA THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen IIIII Denny Roth, 2003 graduate of Belleville High School graduated Fri- day with a master's degree m paleon- tology from Fort Hays University. Denny is the son of Pat and Holly Nelson, Republic. Jim and Evelyn Hurley and Allen Hurley joined Garold and Illene Blazek and Eleanor Rizek for a cafe dinner. Sonya Sooter, Wichita, visited last Friday and Saturday with her mother, Marge Seybold. Marge joined Mike and Yvonne Hoops and Norma Hoops for a cafe dinner for Mother' s Day and in the afternoon visited Vernon Hoops in the care home. Chuck and Dorothy Hohman, Corvalis, visited his sister, Glenna Brown. Joining them for Sunday sup- per were Mark and Loisann Brown: Melanie and Erin Hansen. The Hohmans plan to spend a month in the area visiting friends and relatives. Virginia Petersen was a Mother's Day guest of James and Carol Levendofsky and their other guests, Daryl and Kay Rieke, Gracie, Daniel, Sarah and Sophia and Olivia. Last Saturday guests of Bob and Shirley Gunn were Jim Gunn, Belinda Myers, Jason and Clinton Spitler. On Sunday Bob and Shirley, Jim Gunn, Bill and Connie Smith, Belinda Myers, Chick Gunn and Pat Barnett, gathered for a cafe dinner. Pam Schmit was here several days with her mother, Vida Boman. James and Elaine Spafford were Mother' s Day weekend guests of Oleta Hobson. Matt, Lisbeth and Brian Hobelmann and friend, Tomas Daviella, Omaha, had an early Mother's Day visit with Dean and Deanna Hobeimann and the Greg Hobelmanns also visited. The Hobelmanns have been busy attending sports activities with the Greg Hobelmann family. Meadow Lark Hospice met in Belleville Monday at the United Meth- odist Church with volunteer coordina- tor Darlene Melton, also present were Teresa Fuller, AI Urich, Wynona Spannenberg, Connie Smith and Vir- ginia Petersen. Jimmy Shepek, Belleville, hosted a supper last Saturday for Jean Farlee, Ralph and Mary Jane Hailack, Verlyn and Julie Farlee, Amy Farlee, Blake and Marilyn Nickols, Stephanie, Josh, and Ashley. Weekend guests of Glenn and Phyllis Hofts were Will and Gwen Edgerley, Wash. Joining them for sup- per were Bob and Vera Burge. Sunday Guests for Mother's Day of Jean Farlee were Blake and Marilyn Nickols, Verlyn and Julie Farlee, Randy Thayer, Sarah Farlee, Dodge City, and Amy Farlee, Silver Lake. Kent, Betty and Dillon Bouray called on Lawrence and Estaline Bouray and Robert and Arlene Ahrens Thursday, May 19, 2011 for Mother's Day. Weekend guests of Verlyn Farlee were Sarah Farlee and Amy Farlee, Stephanie, Josh and Ashley. The United Methodist mission com- mittee concluded a successful garage sale last Saturday. Oak By Phyllis Schmitt Donna Gillanjoined others for quilt- ing on Monday. On Tuesday, she went to Hastings and had lunch with Betty Struss and Jackie Miller. Both Donna Gillan and Donna Fishel went to Brent and Cheryl Jensen' s in the evening for a fish supper put on by the Alabama boys. Lola Biltoft had doctor's appoint- ments and tests both on Monday and Tuesday. Marilyn Mosier accompa- nied her. Pat Brusseau went to Geneva on Monday to help her sister, Aleene Mills, and stayed the night there. Jackie Cox was a coffee guest of Phyllis Schmitt 'on Monday. On Wednesday, Phyllis took Verla Snyder along to Superior and they visited Pauline Hanson, having ice cream treats before returning home. Donna Gillan attended Bible study on Wednesday and had lunch at Tucker's. On Thursday, she attended the birthday coffee at the Senior Cen- ter, and in the afternoon was a guest of Ruth Ann Whitmore and Betty Corman's for Friendship Club. In the evening, Donna and Donna Fishel ac- companied Darrell and Donna Jensen to Lawrence for the music concert in which Anders Jensen participated. Gerry Eckles attended the birthday breakfast Thursday moming, and in the afternoon, visited her sister, Marianne and Marion Wolfe of Fairfield. On Thursday, Pat Brussean, Doris Ahrens, and Sharon Anderson were Hastings and Grand Island visitors for shopping and lunch. Friday evening, Pat, Dick Lowery, and Rocke Lines went to the home of Chauncey and Teraesa Siefkas and boys before Robbie and Jacob leave for the summer. They were joined by Kristina Lowery, Logan and Landon, and other friends for the Bar-B-Q supper. Friday night, Lola Biltoft, Dean Hawley and Deioris Springer played cards and had snacks at the home of Vera Shuck. Ray and Peggy Glass took Verla Snyder to Hastings and Grand Island on Friday for Verla' s doctor' s appoint- meats. Phyllis Schmitt attended the birth- day coffee of Helen Wainright in Ruskin Friday morning. In the after- noon, she attended Bible Study along with Becky Dodds, Doris Ahrens, Pat Brusseau, and Jackie Cox at the honie of Georgia Biltoft. Becky served the lunch. Wanda Giebel of Wisconsin and Jeromee Cox and Cheryl Earll visited Gaylen and Jackie Cox on Saturday. On Sunday, Jeff Cox and girls and James and Melody Cox and boys were at the Cox home. On Saturday, Donna Gillan went with Jlmand Tern Oltmans to Omaha :and had lunch with Barb arid Gus Glaser at their home. Then they and Austin Oltmans all went to Gretna to the Na- tional Park for the walk for the Cure of Crohn's and Colitis where 200 attended. Barb and Gus walked the seven miles around the lake. That evening, they all had supper in Council Bluffs. Pauline Hanson was among those attending the graduation of her great- grandson, Brett Garver from Superior High School and the reception follow- ing at the home of his grandparents, Dick and Claudia Hanson. His mother is Angela Garver, granddaughter of Pauline. Lola Biltoft was a late afternoon visitor of Phyllis Schmitt on Sunday. Sharon Littrel of Davenport was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Verla Snyder. Verla and her son, Lee Snyder, were visitors of Beth and Francis Gar- rison of Bruning earlier when they returned home from Illinois. Donna Gillan and Donna Fishel ate on Sunday at a Superior cafe. Dan Eckles, son of Dick and Carol Eckles and grandson of Phil Eckles, graduated on Sunday from Doane College's Lincoln campus. Dick and Carol attended the ceremony and Phil and Gerry accompanied Jay and Trish Rasmussen to the reception at the home of Ben and Sarah Vanhorn in Lincoln. Julie Merrill of Texas also attended as did several other relatives and friends. Rev. Arthur Taylor of Superior again preached in Oak on Sunday at the First Community Church. Deweese By Rosalie Black Norma Skalka and Marilyn Svoboda stayed Sunday afternoon in Nelson, attending a baby shower for Stacy Eickman. Rosalie Black stayed Sunday after- noon with her mother, Eva Abbey, and Aunt Carmen Carlson. They all en- joyed lunch and then went on to watch Lucy Elge graduate from Aurora High School. Ruth Wentworth was a Tuesday evening guest of Stephany Black, Ruth especially came up to watch her grand- children TaKayla and Kierra Black in the school program. Wednesday and Thursday are the annual fun day and track meet at Sandy Creek, then on Friday is the last day of school for all youth! May 13 wahonors night at Sandy Creek where many people attended, and on May 17 was the Junior High honors night with abig attendence too. Bob Black was a past week visitor of Jeff Wolfe. Bob and Lana Black were past week visitors of the Ryan Black family. Chelsea Smidt held a graduation party on maother' s day and many people were in attendance. There were also many celebrations in Deweese and congratulations to those that did gradu- ate. If anyone gets a chance on Saturday night Evan Hansen is racing his car, it would be a great way to show your support and to have a great night out! II I Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz Kaden and Mallory Kleen were Fri- day overnight and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek. Stacey and Adam Eickman were home for the weekend. Danielle and Drew Cassell were home for the weekend, All attended the reception for Ross Porter Friday evening at the Eagles Club, Superior. Denise Clements and girls came Satur- day from Martell. Those attending Altar Society Wednesday were Peggy Cassell, LaVeta Potter, Bernita Ostdiek, and Ivalee Jacobitz. Visitors of'Ivalee were Serone Sader, Dan, Terre Jacobitz, and Markee. Ivalee attended the grade school program at Lawrence Thursday. Evan and Jacob participated in a well re- hearsed and fun program for both the youngsters and their guests. Friday evening, Ivalee accompanied Muriel Follmer to the reception for Ross Por- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacobitz attended the reception for ROss. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert attended a reception for Clint Shroyer at Superior Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter attended the Athletic Banquet at Superior, Mon- day evening. They attended the recep- tion at the Eagles, Friday evening. They attended the graduation Saturday and a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fish. Pam McDermott and Addy and Jerome Fleck of Lincoln came to at- tend the reception at the Eagles and returned home Saturday. Richard Por- ter, Kristin and Matt Porter attended the reception. Mrs. John Jensen helped Thursday evening with the program given for the preschool children at Clay Center. Jim Tryon called on John Saturday. Ivalee Jacobitz received a phone call from Tom Willett of Liberty, Mo., Thursday afternoon from the hospital where he was treated for a broken ankle due to a fall at his home. He expected to return home in a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter, Mark and Michael attended the reception for Ross Porter Friday evening. Those attending the baby shower for Stacey and Adam Eickman, Sun- day evening at the Legion were LaVeta Porter, Peggy Cassell and Danielle, Muriel Follmer, Ginny Elsey, Ivalee Jacobitz, Diane Wehrman and Tori, Connie Porter and Ashley, Micki i II i i Members of the Nuckolls County 4-H Friends 4-H club made thank you cards and assembled a care package for Jacob Wroughton at their meeting Sunday in Superior. Each member brought items (such as socks, personal hygiene items, food and paper) for the care package. Pictured are (back row, from left) Joanie Schultz and Jacob Schultz, (front) De reck Kirchhoff, Carson Blackstone, Jayden Simmons, Todd Keifer and Blake Wroughton. Club leaders are Jennie Schultz and Jeanie Keifer (not pictured). Jacob is Blake's Older brother. Jacob is training in Quantico, Va., as a marine. The new club's next meeting will be June 10 when a project workday is planned Jacobitz, Bernita Ostdiek, her daugh- ters and children. Muriel Follmer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer to Mr. and Mrs. Jason Follmer's home Saturday. They viewed the house which Jason and Becky have purchased and are remod- eling. They all enjoyed dinner at the Oak Saloon before returning home. Marian Ferebee and Maxine Will- iams went to Blue Hill to be guests of Phyllis Hartman to celebrate their birth- days. Wednesday evening, Lawrence and Maxine Williams attended the mu- sical program at the grade school at Lawrence. Donald Williams, Bailey and Haley spent Saturday afternoon with Lawrence and Maxine. I IIII Guide Rock By Sandy.Larkey .... Elvin and Jeanette Pritts drove to Lincoln, Neb., for a care lunch with Elvin's son, Wayne, and grandson, Andy Holdt. Wayne had arrived in Nebraska from Chicago to attend the annual meeting Bershire Hathaway stockholders in Omaha the following day. Wayne is m charge of research . chemsitry for Abbott Corp. Andy lives :' in Omaha and is a Trivent Insurance agent. Keith and Daise Hartman had guests on Mother's Day, Kenneth Hartman, Alisa and Aricia, Dale, Keri and Emily Hartman, Arlene and Terry Wiley, Grand Island, Bobble and Teena Smith, Shanna, Grandt. Aslaleigh Berberniss, Charlene, Phil and Jeremiah Troudt, Janice Hartman. and Sage and Gizmo. Daisie is doing real well after all her health problems and even got to wash her own dishes. The Guide Rock Baptist Church was host to the Southern Union Baptist 13 Sp'ing Meeting. Representatives from churches in Juniata, Holdrege, Supe- rior, Holbrook and Guide Rock were present. Pastor Floyd Richardson was the moderator. Meetings for women, children and men were held. Supper was served after the meetings and the vent was closed with communion. The next meeting of the group will be atthe First Baptist Church in Hastings. The big news this weeks was the party held at the library honoring Bonnie Ohmstede upon her retirement. As for the rest of the news, sorry folks, I didn't do my job this wcek. I didn't even go to coffee so I have no idea how many others did. However, I have finished the second of eight doors that we need to refinish as part of the renovation of this old house we call home. And I' ve managed to make more than half of the blocks I needed that foundation paper for. I may even have the youngster's quilt done in time to take to the county fair. If I do, I will encourage everyone to go see it. The paper-piecing about drove me crazy. Nora By Helen Gebers Mary Ann Meyer and Helen Gebers attended the graduation reception for Ross Porter at the Superior Eagles Club Friday evening. Nora Club met at the Old Bank Coffee Shop in Nelson, Wednesday noon with six members attending. Melba Lynch led the meeting and read several articles. Each member read an article about Mother' s Day. Next meet- ing will be at the home of Virginia Lewis Sept. 14. Melba Lynch attended Danish Brotherhood at the Vestey Center in Superior Saturday evening. Marvin and Virginia Lewis attended a birthday coffee for Helen Wainwright at the Ruskin Cafe Friday morning, Virginia accompanied Heral Jean Schultz and Mary Lou Renz to attend April Christensen's Senior Piano Re- cital at Fuhr Hall. Hastings College last Saturday evening. Saturday Marvin and Virginia attended graduation re- ceptions for Katrina Wulf at Little Mexico. Superior, and Danielle Renz at the Ruskin Community Center. Sarah and Alexis Eubank of Pratt. Kan., stayed the weekend with Roger and Sue Williams. Lance and Katie Williams, Jackson and Clay, joined them for supper Friday evening. Sat- urday Sue, Sarah and Alexis went to Grand Island to visit Pat Soundy. Mary Ann Meyer, Julia Meyer and Lyle and Cindy Meyer had a belated Mother's Day supper at a Nelson Cafe Wednesday evening. Saturday Helen Gebers and Steve Gebers attended the high school gradu- ation for Brette Gebers at Geneva High School. Brette vas valedictorian of her class Of 48 members. They also attended the reception at the Geneva Country Club. Dave and Sherry Gebers, Stacia and Haley joined them at the reception after attending Supe- rior High School's graduation where Haley was a junior honor guard. Diane Gebers left last Wednesday to join Jamie Gebers in Dubuque, Iowa. They traveled together to Boca Raton, Fla., where Jamie will attend physical therapy classes for two months at a hospital. Diane flew back to Moline, I11., and drove home from there Wednesday. Helen Gebers was among visitors of Theresa Peters at the Victorian Legacy in Superior Thursday evening to celebrate her 93rd birthday. Agrex will be CLOSED Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day Also CLOSED FOR TRUCKS MONDAY, MAY 23 THROUGH MONDAY, MAY 30 for construction INC. Agrex Office will be CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 23 AFTERNOON (1:30- 6 p.m.) for an electrical update The office will REOPEN Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. Superior, Neb. -402-879-4702 800-228-1004