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i for the Lutheran Library for the She is a granddaughter of Mr. Thursday, June9._~, 198__~3 THES. U_PERIOREEXPHESSS~A host a Busch Schoenfeld and Orvaand Mrs. John L. McLaughlin, Flashlight staff Blind. and Mrs. Harry Biackstone, relatives, finding a place to Richard E. Atherton will of, dixtner givenAVers toFrieclline'them. Awards were Mrs.(LuisShuck)'Denver; Mr. andjohn Hesterman (Helen appointments made group,..byLanchwaSthe servedladies toot thest Superior. deliver thecardwas a problem, tic(ate. Mrs. G.D. Spaft Those receiving plaques for Allen), Adams; Mr. andMrs. Next year's student Peter's church. Rolls and coffee [fi~ It was not until a niece, Jean Survivors include two Stovall, Lebanon, Ore., and daughters, Mrs. John Grounds krSal dinner at the traveling the longest distance Chester Beck (Ester Cline), publications at Superior High were also served upon arrival former Burr Oak resident was (JoAnn), Macon, Ms., and .~'ior May 20 in were Marion Johnson Peterson, Hughson, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. School will be guided by Lee for the morning meeting, finally contacted was delivery Delores Larson, Hutchinson; Line Hobson and NorthBend. Ore.: andBarbara Ray Plein (Irene Denton), Long Juergens and Ran Thayer, Each zone officer met with rd. Slagel Pohling, San Diego,Beach, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Flashlight co-editors, andtheir district officer for a $ugar'NSpiee . possible, son, Dale Larson; eight included the Calif. Oldest member was Vernon Guns, Belton, Texas; Daphne Risewick and Mary Pat workshop and sharing in the The Sugar 'N Spice 4-H Cluo Those who have been involved grandchildren; and four great mother, Mrs. Mabel Busch Pearson, Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Byrle Shuck met at the Richard Sullivan in the attempt at one time or grandchildren. Belleville; the At tt~e Puniness meeung, mey (Elizabeth Hughes), SanPedro, Mallam, yearbook co-editors, afternoon. grandmother, voted to have a visual reference Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Holly Butler will direct the The host pastor, James Moll, home Monday. There were 13another to find an address to The Megrue-Price Funeral radio programs, led the closing devotions,members present, send the card have been An- Home is in charge of local te, Thomasville, system and voted'to pay the Hineline (Geraldine Nelson), Other staff appointments netteGarman, former Burr Oak arrangements. Davenport; and Mr. and Mrs. meal tickets for the alumni postmaster now postmaster at ~de's parents, Officers attending from this The group decided to crush announced by Beth Bohling,area were Evaline Lillich and cans and divide the money alvin Hobson, executive board members. Leland Voorhees, Harvard. adviser, are: Flashlight: Cindy Esther Spring. between two charities. Blue Rapids, Claude Gripp, Velma Sullivan's rtT included Ann A dance was held at the After lunch they visited,Purcell; associate editor; Scot NicoleOrdich, Katie Sullivan officer in charge until Kenneth services Friday ~; Chris Olsen, Community Center. sharing memories, and looking Montgomery, photographyNorth West Club and DeAnne Runnel gave demo- Dedd was named permanent Wasinger, Hess at pictures. Later in the day manager; Don Kroeger, talks. The group had treats postmaster, Margaret Funeral services for Velma Ann Mullen, they attended the alumni tea at editorial feature; Brian Teach- meeting Thursday furnished by Julene Sullivan. Aspegren who operated a Sullivan. 75, will be Friday at 11 rid Spafford, Gas Service the Edgar Legion Hall where worth, feature editor; Brian There will be a project grocery store for a number of a.m., at the St. Joseph Catholic Wingertdr,lays oH employees they received their 50-year Miller and Stacey Way, sports North West County Club met meeting for creative clothing years in Burr Oak and Lye(lie Church The widow of Eugene La. ; Alan diplomas, editors; David Carman, ad-last Thursday at the home of Thursday and one for clothing Myers of Silverton, Ore., Sullivan, she died unexpectedly Texas; Jerry The Gas Service Company Mr. and Mrs. Jake Johnson, vertising manager; Amy Mrs. Bert Ackley. Meeting was magic Tuesday. The next group another former resident, who Tuesday morning at the Ms.; Cliff Monday notified 68 employees Edgar, served the class Miller, assistant advertising conducted by Mrs. Harold meeting will be June 20 at the supplied the name and address Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls Charles, La.;they are being placed on layoff refreshments aRer the alumni manager; Todd Hayes, ad- Carpenter, vice president. Guilkey home. of Mrs Stovall. Mrs. Stovall County Hospital. Erie, Kan. ;status. The action was said tea at their home. versiting layout manager; and Study lesson, "Satisfying was Jennie Brush while living in Rosary services will be this Burr Oak. Chester; necessary because of the Robert Brown; circulation Salads" was given by Mrs. (Thursday) evening at 7:30 at and Krystol financial condition of the Davenport class manager. Ackley. There also was a salad June I B deadline the Megrue-Price Funeral and Amher company, approaches ,or Mrs. Dick l: empe's will officiate at the services and' City, Ms. Earlier this year company has 25th reunion Yearbook staff is: Candy recive excharuze. Home. Father Frank Machovec Peck, layout editor; Dianne Mrs. Floyd Day was a guest. re Karen and executives took a five percent The class of 1968 of Davenport Shuck; photography editor; She won the door prize, grain certification mother dies at burial will be in Evergreen Belleville; Mike cut in salaries, employees' High School had a 25th reunion David Brazil and Kris Bruning, Refreshments were served by Cemetery. John Mullen, wages and promised merit and dinnerSaturday, May28, at sports editors; J0dy Rust, the hostess With only five business days Hastings Sunday Survivors include her and Mrs. Sher-increases were frozen, andthe Davenport Community section editor; and Kim Ebsen,Next meeting willbeJuly 7in left, Nuckolls County farmers Josephine LaPorte, 93, children, Mrs. Bill Mallam Superior; Sue shareholders took a 25 percent Center. There were 20 in the sales manager, the home of Mrs. I. M. Keeling. have yet to certify their small ~; Sue Hobson, decrease in dividends. Theclass. Staff members with major grains planting on up-Memorial Hospital Sunday. She Hastings, diedin Mary Lanning baugh(Mary)'(Carol),Mrs' Rolandjohn,Sham-Joe, La.; Mr. and majority of employees being Those attending were Mr. and responsibilities to both 13 journalists proximately one half of their was the mariner of Mrs. Dick Richard, Francis and Mike, all farms. The deadline is June 15. tabs)n, Hardy;laid off work in Wichita,Mrs. James Bohling, Omaha; publications includes Laurie initiated into County Agricultural Romps, Superior. of Superior, Mrs. Joe Nlax Derowitsch, Topeka, St. Joseph and theMr. and Mrs. Alfred Topil Stud(or and Larry Langer, Stabilization and ConserVation Services were Tuesday at 10 Deikemper (Pat) of Wichita, Lvid Svoboda, greater Kansas City area. (Sharon Brennfoerder), Lin- darkroom managers, and Lona (~uill and Scroll and Mrs. Kevin Bargen Obe rding, coin; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ahrens, chief typist. (Kathy), Hebron; sisters, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Luebbe (Ina Folkerts), York; Thirteen journalism students Otto Clausson (Esther), Mrs. at Superior High School were Gone Lehr (Fae)and Mrs. John ~=rm,re, Ca.; Edgar class has Mr. and Mrs. Larry Korbelik LWML meeting at initiated into Quill and Scroll, itsch, Fort 40-year reunio (Virginia Heinricl'=s), Lincoln; Sweeny (Hazel)) of Lincoln, Glen Spafford, ~ Ell(art Jagels, Eunice Veshler Church international honorary society Mrs. Ward Gill(land (Agnes), ; Mr. and Mrs. d a Lautenschlager Jagels, and Mr. for high school journalists, last Mrs. LaPorte was a retired Wayne, Nob., and Cleo The Edgar class of 1943 a staff has been permitting farm homemaker, and a member of Walbrecht, Bourbon, Ms.; 45 ~dall; Mr. and 40th reunion Saturday evening, and Mrs. Larry Krueger, The Board of Directors and month. Ronewaller, May 28, at the Corner Corral. Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin several zone officers of theTo qualify, students had to operators to certify all acres S~. Michael's Catholic Church, grandchildren; and two great and Mrs. Or-Seventeen class members andGriess (Celesta Maynard), Nebraska South Lutheran have contributed substantially including feed grains, small atholic Daughters of grandchildren. [eville. guests attended the buffetAurora; Mr. and Mrs Ben Women's Missionary League to high school publications and grains and idle acres American, Altar Society, and ------ supper. Walker (Marlys Mosier), met for the quarterly board to be in the upper third of their However, with approximately half the farms yet to be cer- Third Order of the Dominicans Surprisingly, even though Rolls Gass was the Master of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis meeting at St. Peter's class scholastically, tiffed, they expect to limit and an auxiliary member of scientific evidence supports the ~ in Ceremonies for the occasiom Witfoth (Shelia Nelson), Lin- Lutheran, Deslder, Friday. The Seniors initiated were Jay certification next week to only Christian Mothers of Mary. value of safety belts, only a Max(no Peterson, the classcoin; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keim zone delegates to the In- Ross, Man(ca Shamhaugh, Tom small grains. She was married to Harvey small proportion of people use ~tme president, welcomed everyone. (Marilyn Sanner), Davenport; ternational Convention in Sorensen, Diane Wyatt, Kristi LaPorte in 1911. He died in 1938. them. People do not wear safety .'hoof, Ruskin, Letters from classmates and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Detroit were special guests. Eitzmann, David Czirr, Only 40 farms were certified onTuesday. Officials expect the Mrs. LaPorte had been a belts for a variety of reasons; resident of Hastings since 1938. fear that the safety belt will .=nl g andpulled teachers were read. Robert ~Scbroeder, Strung; Mr. and District president, Betty Richard Fish and Connie plantings on approximately 800 Survivors are four daughters, trap them in their cars, the 'e 1 ayr g in aBennett, Edina, Minn., called Mrs. Russell Schroeder, Oak; Holtzen, presided. Pastor David Nonforf. Juniors were Lee farming units will be certified Mrs. Raymond Horton (Luella) belief that good drivers don't on the Ruskin during the supper hour. Mr. and Mrs. John Troudt, Blbck, Lexington, gave theJergens, David Carman, Ranby the June 15 deadline. evening. He Those coming from a distance Seward; and Dale Wittrock,morning meditation. Thayer, Daphne Risewick and of Roseland, Mrs. Arthur need them. Some people feel at Brodstone were Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Davenport. Each district officer gave a Jody Rust. Boylesen (Alice) of Hastings, that they are just too much Uckolls County McCauley and Mr. and Mrs. Teachers also attending were brief report of her LWML ac- Postcazd arrivos Mrs. Dick Rempe-(Caroline) of trouble. Gone Brown, Redwood City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gansman, tivities since the April meeting. Grandaughter of after 79. years Superior and LyVonne Spretty, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Marvlee Fairbury, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle They were also able to make Waterford, N. Y.; two sons, Are safety belts worth the Durflinger, Fittsburg, Calif., Veal, Overran, and Mr. and another mission projectBlackstones is It was written April 3, 1910, Bernard of Kenosha, Wisc., and trouble it takes to use men]? Littleton, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. teacher~ announcer and postmarked in Linn, Kan., Dowayne, Kifman, Iowa; I! You decide: According to the with delivery expected to be grandchildren; 20 great national Highway Traffic banquet Bill Durflinger, Bentonville, During the week she teaches made to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert grandchildren; and 12 great Safety Administration, for ]~)~tVenport Ark., Runnel Young, Metairie, Edgar alumm meet for annual tea school but on Sunday Lois Brush of Burr Oak, but the great grandchildren, every one percent increase in alumni banquet La., Deloris Batterman, Ferrel is busy operating the postal card did net arrive in~ safety belt use, 172 lives will be Marysville, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. control board of radio station Burr Oak until about 10 months Former resident saved These experts also May 29, at the Ed Werner, Beatrice, Mr. and The 26th annual Edgar High Adams,Esther Cline Beck,WDLM in Orion, Ill., one of the ago, long after the addressees report that safety belts reduce School Mrs. Edwin Ahrens, Ogalalla, School Alumni Tea was held in Hughson, Calif., Irene Denton six stations operated by Moody had passed away. dies in Missouri your chances of being killed or at 6 p.m. andandMr, and Mrs. Dean Blevins, the American Legion building, Pie(n, Long Beach, Calif., Bible Institute of Chicato.The mystery writer of the seriously maimed in a crash by p.m. There Hastings. Attending from the Edgar, May 30, with 200 Vernon Guns, San Antonio, Mrs. Ferrel started in radio one-cent card, identified only as A former Superior resident, about 50 percent. In short, not 240 attending. Edgar area were Mr. and Mrs. members and guests in at- Texas, Elizabeth Hughes after her first teaching job at Abbie, mailed the card 72 years WilbertLarsnn, died Tuesday at wearing a safety belt doubles Ceremonies was Rolls Guns, Mr. and Mrs. tendance. Shuck, SanPedro, CaliL, Lois John Deere Junior High School ago but where the card has been Macon, Mo. He was ,~2 years of your chance of being hurt were on- Robert Petersen, Lydia Har-Six alumni wer~presented 65- Shuck McLaughlin, Denver, in Maline fell victim to budget untilitwas postmarked(n June age. seriously in a crash. Tegtmeier. nell, Mr. and Mrs Billy year certfficat~T~ in- Margaret Timmons Green- cuts, She worked full time at the inst. Louis remalnsunknown. Graves(de services will he I~3 class was The seniors Overturf, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald cluded Robert Bennett, wood, Greenville, Term:', and radio station until January Since the Brush's had no Friday ~at 2 p,m, in ~the~,, An infant eel is known as an ~mes, parents' Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hastings, Brady DeVore, North Leland Voorhees, Harvard, when she accepted her present children or other close living Evergreen Cemetery. The Rev. elver. PlarL~ for the near Kinnison and Mr. andMrs. Vera Platte, and Blanche Overturf were present, teaching job at North Scott High Watson. Kinnison, Lillian Kirkhoff Beth Schumm was named theSchool in Eldridge, Iowa, Shuck, Susa Watts Graver and recipient of the scholarship teaching language arts. s gave the Pearl Peter_ Melvin, Edgar. award. Special music for the She and her hnshand, Robert, class. Each Edgar 1933 class This year's reunion especially program was supplied by reside in Eldridge. He is era- themselves and has a luncheon honored the class of 1933 and Sharon Fitzke Floth and her played by "Castle Metals, from that class Geraldine children. Elzora Adams Tolls, Davenport. Mrs. Ferrel is the doing. May 30 a luncheon was served Nelson Hineline, Davenport, president of the association, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. for the 1933 for the graduating class of 1933 Helen Allen Averill Hesterman, presided. Charles Seamans, Eldridge. by Evelyn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat introduced Moore, Edgar. Hosting the and what luncheon was Pat and Meredith Moore and Elzora Tolls. the class Those attending were Present--HermanMargaret Timmons Green- Bower, Hazel wood, Greenville, Tenn.; Mr. The test results are in. And again and unequaled shifting ease. Steiger is on the leading edge in tour- With the Panther's 12-speed power- Br th wheel-drive tecnr, ology, shift transmission, changing gears is o ers9 In official fuel economy tests, the as easy as pushing the shitter forward new Panther KP1400 to shift up--and in truck roadeo tuel efficiency at any dOWN, tractor ever tested with So slop in and put : i~[ Inc. took records were timed so they ran a powershifl transmis- yourself on the leading team standingthrough an obstacle course that start, This means more edge in tour-wheel- teams At the included freight docking, production per gallon, drives. parallel parking and other at precise steering and stopping Columbus. patterns. Superior, Contestants also were judged in the twin on a written safety test, per- Don E. Winter sonal interviews and a pro-trip Terminal tooksafety inspection of their truck. L ; flatbed division Oswald, amng with the of the winners "ofthe other six took second categories, will compote at the divison. National truck Roadeo in proven safety August at Fort Worth, Texas. How to have a successful garage sale: Thekey to a great garage sale is lots of browsers and buyers. You'll attract plenty of them to your Sale with a Garage Sale ad in Miller or Miller Lile the classified section of The Superior Express. By planning your Garage Sale in advance, you can take advan- tage of The Superior Express large circulation area. Ad deadline for The 1 2 Packs , Express Classifieds is Tuesday at 4:00 p.m., so call or bring your sale ad South Central Nebraska in early. Bud or Bud Light Here are some other tips to help you "clean up" with your garage sale: 1. Put price tags on everything you're selling, ii ... 1 2 Packs . = 2. Cover or separate items you're not selling. 3. Be sure to have enough change. 4. Put a sign in your yard and others near main roads in PTA 325 - KP 13 0 - PTA 280 Demos your neighborhood directing shoppers to your house. 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