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! 4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 30, 2002 Guide Rock Baptist women meet The Guide Rock American Baptist Women met at the home of Golda Duffy with seven members present. Devotions taken from Mathew 5:45 were given by Barbara Sholtz. For the lesson, Janet Crary did readings "Atti- tude," "Family," and "Make Up Your Mind." Three members attended the American Baptist Women luncheon at Superior. New Officers were installed by Janet Crary. They are Wanda Langer, president; Barbara Sholtz, vice president; Daisie Hartman, secretary; Mary Robb, treasurer; Janet Crary, mission service; Golda Duffy, personal development; Lona Warner, love gift and Barbara Sholz, White Cross secre- tary. Guide Rock Cemetery Association meets The Guide Rock Cemetery Asso- ciation =net at the Community Hall with the following members present: Lila Fausch, Bill Wernecke, Don Schiermeyer, Bud Fisher and Bob Shaw. President Fisher opened the meeting with the minutes of the last meeting. Tile new memorial fence is up. The new flags for the front pillars will be stored in pipes with both ends capped to keep the mice away. Trees were trimmed and branches andpine cones picked up. The plot board, gate and arch have all been painted. Flow- ers are to be picked up by June 10 unless in attached vases or on head- stones. It was decided to receive stump removal bids. Many of today's generation are strong on high pay and weak on hard work I , Guide Rock By Wanda Schriner r Bud and Sheril Albin attended the state track meet in Omaha. They watched all the area youngsters and their granddaughter, Jordan Pallas, Keamey, compete. Jordan placed sixth in the 3,200 meter run. Friday evening Pat and Leonard Herrick, LeRoy and Ann Kile and Ken and Keron Bailey hosted a barbecue for Keron's 40th year class reunion the Bailey home. Fifty-five class mem- bers were in attendance. Saturday noon Janet Crary attended her class reunion held at a Red Cloud care. Shirley Nelson, Ripley, Miss., is a guest in the home of her mother, Golda Duffy, She will visit with her brothers while she is here. A weekend guest in the home of Ken and Keron Bailey was Lynn Kent, Kirkland, Wash. Saturday, Mary Jo Steins accompa- nied Golda Duffy to the wedding of Jimmy Duffy and Sahrina Bunde at the Good Samaritan All Saint's Chapel in Hastings. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Ken and Keron Bailey were Sharon and Duane,,Pritts, Kearney, Vernon Rudd, Red Cloud, Chad Bailey family, Holdrege, Patty Bailey, Lincoln, Neb., Tim Pritts, Kearney, and AI Crawford, Minden. Doug Crary and daughter, Taylor, Omaha, were guests in the home of his mother, Janet Crary. Keith and Daisie Hartman attended the alumni banquet held at Guide Rock Satu(day evening. Also attending were Duane and Colleen Hartman, Hast- ins. It was Duane's 50th class re- union from Eckley. Eunice Brentlaw, Hastings, was a Saturday visitor of Golda Duffy. Sara and Stacie Beins, Alma, and Lance Garvin, Hastings, were week- end guests of their grandparents, Bill and Barbara Sholtz. Keith and Daisie Hartman attended the Eckley Class Reunion picnic at the Guide Rock Community Center Sun- day noon. It was a carry in dinner. Ellen Robb was one of the 60 year graduates to attend. Larry Imhoff, Florida, was a guest of his mother, Rosella Imhoff, for the Memorial weekend. Wanda Schriner visited her sister- in-law, Clara First, in her home in Red Cloud. Regi Lane and Taci Bartmess, Gothenburg, and Darlene and Eldon Yung, Warrensburg, Mo., were Satur- day guests of Bill and Barbara Sholtz. Hazel Graham, Wichita, Donna Ohmstede, Kansas City, and Lynn Ohmstede, Denver, visited Rosella Imhoff Saturday afternoon. Born to Kevin and Rhonda McKeever, Piano, Texas, was a son, Calvin Joseph. Grandparents are Bud and Sherril Albin, rural Guide Rock. Great-grandparents are Marie Dreher, Hastings, and Mary Pallas, Lawrence. Bud and Sherril Albm and her mother, Marie Dreher, Hastings, were memo- rial weekend visitors to make the ac- quaintance of Calvin. Golda Duffy and Wanda Langer accompanied Janet Crary to a Baptist Women's Brunch at Superior. Golda Duffy and Janet Crary ac- companied Keith and Daisie Hartman to Superior to attend a noon luncheon honoring the Rev. Leslie Warner who was installed as pastor of both tile Guide Rock and Superior Baptist churches. Lisa Gleason and her son, Dalton, Kemley, visited with her mother, Mary Robb. Janet Crary attended the Willa Cather Luncheon in Red Cloud. Bruce and LaVon Johnston visited with Bob and Hazel Garman. Richard and WandaLangerattended the church luncheon honoring the Rev. Leslie Warner and visited later with Emma Booker, Gwen Moravek and Florence Ohmstede at Wilde Ridge Estates. Saturday evening guests of Bob and Hazel Garman were Mr. and Mrs. Dal- las Duffy. Richard Langer accompanied Wanda to Superior to attend the Farmerette Concert. Golda Duffy and Bonnie Ohmstede accompanied Wanda to Ruskin to hear the Guide Rock Methodists host mission study The Guide Rock United Method- ists Women hosted an all day mission study entitled "Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, Lands and People." Four members attended. Members voted to buy books for the graduating seniors and to do health kits and school kits to be taken to annual conference. Farmerette' s Concert. Wanda is a mem- ber of the group. The United Methodist Church hon- ored the graduating seniors Lode Striet, Zack Ping and Randy Wulf with a magazine and the United Methodist Women gave them a book with humor- ous sayings and Bible verses relating to that subject. Linda ]mhoff, Colorado Springs, Colo, and Brandon Imhoff, Longmont, Colo., were weekend guests of Rosella Imhoff, The best speaker is brief. t : - ONE DAY ONLY- White - Musselman Hearing/kid Center June 3, 2002 (I0:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) VESTEY CENTER 453 N. 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Introductions are at 7:30 p.m. Game time is 8 p.m. Playing for the TVC All-Stars will be Jennifer Shaw and Marissa Simms, Silver Lake; Mindy Jordening and Katie Burken, Blue Hill; Stacy Fountaine and Abbey Williams, Red Cloud; Brooke Hempleman, Shelton; Laura Mazour, Franklin; Connie Menke and Erin Utecht, Lawrence- Nelson; Abby Bruning, Bruning-Dav- enport and Lisa Schardt, Deshler. Coaches are Tim Streff, Blue Hill and Fred Maschmann, Deshler. Members of ;he Aca All-Stars Team will be Krista Clyde, Marti Chris- tensen and Asifley Dean, Superior; Monica Vankirk and Carrie Nuss, Sutton; Megan Marble and Lacie Strasburg, Adams Central; Stacey Astones, Doniphan-Trumbull; Brooke Faimon, Sandy Creek, and Ashley Quackenbush, Kenesaw. Coaches are Russ Ninemire, Sandy Creek and Rick Chramosta, Minden. White Rock goes to power lifting meet Lauren Jeffery took 4th place in the squat, 5th in the bench press and 4th place overall in the IA State Powerlifting Meet. Robyn Konen was 6th in the bench press, 5th in the power clean and 7th overall. "To be a great champion you must believe you are the best. If you're not, pretend you are." ---Muhammad Ali SHS golf in state The Superior golf team pl;w.  O,h out of 15 team participating 'i .: and Wednesday at the state golf mcct at Pioneers Golf Course in Lincoln. According to Superior golf coach Terry Priefert, 40 mile per hour winds made conditions difficult in which to play. North Platte St. Patrick overtook West Holt on Tuesday to win the com- petition by 1 stroke, 651 to 652. Supe- rior shot a 674. Josh Crowl led the team with a round of 41,41 for an 82. Jerred Ehlers was close behind with an 83. Trent Siebecker and Joel Henderson both shot 85s and Ryan Fuerhoff an 89. The teams' first day total of 335 placed them 9th. score of 31 Strong winds gree Wednesda, The Wildcats shot a day to finish the place out of led the team n round of 79. Trent 84 and Ryan Fuerhoff J Crowl shot an 8! The players two-day e Henderson, 164; Crowl, 171 ; Ehlers, 176. Luke Merkel alist with a two-day Nora Alumni The Nora High School Alumni Re- union was held Sunday at Ruskin with 23 members and associates represent- ing 10 classes in attendance. Alberta Gutscher asked fo silent prayer while she read the names and date of death for the eight members who had died since the group met last year. EdnaMalpert Oestman and Miriam McNulty Peterson, members of the Class of 1932, were presented cor- sages for their 70th anniversary. Eugne Hansen, Corvallis, Ore., sent a history of the American Legion B ase- ball Tournament he has long been as- sociated with and the plans to host tile program's world series in 2004. The History of Benton County will be given to Dean Jones, a member of the Class of 1939 who is hospitalized in Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital. Classmates who answered by letter were Elizabeth Mills Harah, McCook; Leonard Cannon's daughter, Arling- ton, Tenn.; Floyd Moore's daughter, Cyrpress, Calif; Donald Knight, Rockville, Md.; Wayne Jones, Sarasota, Fla.; Doris Mae Williams Hicky, Ft. Collins, Colo.; Betha Moore, Buck Run, Minn.; Eugene Hansen, I Trucks-Suburbans-Cars l '02 Buick LeSabre Limited, 4-door, silver, V-6, 4,000 miles '01 Chevrolet Lumina, 4-door, white, V-6, 29,000 '01 Chevrolet Blazer LT, 4-door, 4x4, maroon, V-6, 26,000 miles '00 Dodge Intrepid, 4-door, pewter, V-6, 39,000 miles '00 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton, Extended cab, 3-door ,4x4, white, V-8, 67,000 miles '00 Ford Winstar LX, blue, V-6, 19,000 miles '99 Buick Park Avenue, 4-door, beige, V-6, 45,000 miles '99 Chevrolet S-IOLS, Extended cab,3-door, 4x2, pewter, V-6, 35,000 miles '99 Chevrolet Venture LS, Extended cab, 4-door, red, V-6, 35,000 miles ' '98 Toyota Corolla LE, 4-door, gray, 4-cylinder, 105,000 miles (Note: Many  vehicles are G.M. cerlitiable) /JLEXaNDER MOTORS INC. 302 N Commercial I Superior= Neb. 402-879-3204 1-800-821-4588 Get Ahead With Your 2002 Bookkeeping MARLAN V. WATSON Certified Public Accountant 430 N. Central Office and Fax: 402-879-4013 Superior, Neb. E-Mail: I Ii I I Corvallis, Ore.; Adcock Clemens, Helen Michaud Erickson, Verla Wrig lif. Those attending Edna Epley, (36); Pat Lyncy; and Elma Epley Nora; Clair and (40) Hastings; Dean McNulty (40), Jo McNulty, Rohnert, McNult Soren and Rhae Bauman (30), Su Oestman (32); Haack (37), Iohns Nelson; Burr Oak; Michael, Independence, Doane signs recrtdttl Doane College ha, names of more than who will join the letic teams: 15 baseball, four women's golf, 10 men's basketball, soccer, 17 men's soccer, and 14 women's Morgan, Campbell is a cruit; Shane Erickson, and Kelly Erickson, kctball recruit; Stac tar of Bob and Jackie Cloud is a volh Christensen, daughter Teresa Chrislensen k&ball recruit. Retired em iational Federal Em ter 739, Belleville, Concordia. Leonard and Bohman and presented at state convention =n "what-not" cabinet the Alzeheimers auction The next meeting the BeIVilla Belleville. 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