Newspaper Archive of
The Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
June 17, 2010     The Superior Express
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 17, 2010

Newspaper Archive of The Superior Express produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 17, 2010 i the humid air for Superior, On satur- Dave--port day they went to Holdrege to visit a great-aunt from the Hamel side of the By Carol L wery family and then into Lincoln and Omaha for several days of sight seeing June 2 through June 4 Rich and before returning to their homes. They Wanda Mosier were on grandparent had many stories to tell. duties in Lincoln, Neb., taking care of Liela Krupicka had a pleasant sur- Owen Mosier while his morn Nancy, prise this week when Paul and Carol finished her teaching duties for the Aufenkamp, Boise, Idaho, came for a school year with Lincoln Public Schools. While there, Lance and John visit.Thetwocouplesateoutandshared an afternoon of visiting. It I'.ad been a Mosier, Omaha, visited. Lincoln s long time since they had seen each Children Zoo was experienced, play- other. Liela and Paul were classmates. ground at Antelope Park was enjoyed, A wedding shower honoring Ross shopping for Owen and eating out. Miller and Justin Caniglia was held at Rich and Wanda came home Friday Christ's Lutheran Church on May 30. afternoon. Special guests were Justine, Lincoln Last Saturday Rich and Wanda and Ross. Davenport. parents Mark Mosier. Deloris Van Skier and Marian and Pare Caniglia, Omaha, Duane and MosierwenttoOmahatoattendJohn's Deb Miller, Davenport, grandparents third birthday party held at his home. Dale and RettaBettenhauser, Lincoln, After havin~ lunch, Angela, Lance, Erin and John M(;sier, John and Sue Neil and Bernita Miller, Davenport, Susan Miller, Davenport, Ryan Miller O'Connor, Melissa O'Connor all of Davenpo~ andWhitney Kolar, Pilger, Omaha. and Kelly. Nancy and Owen Chris, ErlfiandMasonSchroeder, Lin- Mosier. Lincoln all went to the coin, Drew, Emily and Blake Miller, Orpheum Theater late in the afternoon Davenport. The couple will be married for Erin' s dance recital. She performed in August. Other relatives and friends Members of the Byron High School Class of 1949 who met at the Byron J.T. Matthews spent some vacation workshop at the Superior Methodist Oak By Phyllis Schrnitt days with herparents, Denny and Betty Church. She made a reversible table Palmer, of Spring'view. They attended runner. several of Keya Paha County's Murlene Schleufer was a Friday Vacation Bible School started Mon- Q125activities. ' overnight guest of Andy and Lisa day at the First Community Church. Ermalee Scroggin attended the fi- Baalman in Salina. Saturday Murlene On Sunday, a successful benefit was nal speaker for the Nelson Library's and Lisa went to Abilene to attend a held at the Oak Community Center for Visions oftheUniverse series. Fredrick garden tour. Sunday Daniel Schleufer Gall Roubinek to help defray medical Krebs portrayed Galileo, of Ruskin was a dinner guest. expenses. Philip Sears and Veda Snyder re- Several attended the benefit supper[ Last Monday, Deloris Springer ac- turned home after the weekend in Ken- for Jesse Jensen at Centennial Luth- companied Lola Biltoft to Grand Is- sos and Oklahoma. Veda visited with eran Church in Superior Sunday land for a medical appointment. They Lee and Margaret Snyder in Wichita evening.Laterseveralattendedameet- stopped en route home to visit Vic and while Philip was in Oklahoma City for ing at Salem Lutheran Church led by Carol Meyer at the Aurora hospital, job interviews. Pastor Randy Gibbs. He explained Last Tuesday, Loin Biltoft was an afternoofi visitor of Phyllis Schmitt. Later, Jackie Cox was a coffee guest of Phyllis. Last Tuesday DonnaGillan went to Hastings--and-met Betty_ _Str.u_ss,. Carmella Schnoor and Cheryl Jensen for lunch. Last Wednesday Donna had lunch at a Nelson cafe. Thursday afternoon, Cheryl Jensen took Donna Gillan to Lincoln, Neb., to meet Barb Glosser and have hamburg- ers at a cafe with Jessica and Drew. On Sunday Phil and Gerry Eckles about how six churches have gone to- attended Father Zitek's 50th birthday gether in Kansas because of small party and the 21 st anniversary his ordi- memberships. The workshop focused nation at the Sacred Heart Catholic on the process of developing a gee- Church in Nelson. graphical parish and how to make it work. - Haley Gebers helped with Bible Nora By Helen Gebers school at Bethany Lutheran Church last week. Salem Lutheran and Nelson & 'Visitors of Don and Helen GebersCommunity United Church of Christ last week were Gene and Twilla combinedwithBethanyfortheirBible Frerichs. Charley and Eleanor Stiles, school. Bud and Veva Ferebee. Vaden and Melba Lynch was among 13 who ate dinner together Sunday at the cafe in Hardy. Kenny Corman has returned Donna went home with Barbara and on Mary Ann Lane. Pastor Scot Friday evening they went by airplane McCluskey.WarrenandJeannieSmith, tap to "Circle of Life". hip top to "Hangi n' Tough" and the "Finale" with all the rest of the 150 students. The Thayer County group arrived home late in the evening. Sharon Littrel and her mother. Donna Wood. Imperial. went to Plattsmocth for the weekend with their sister and daughter, Karen and Larry Decair. Marilyn and Elwin Schroeder. Shelby Township Mich.. Elaine and Marvin Monter. Arapahoe. returned to their homes after visiting the girls sis- ter. Lorene Jagels. Friday evening Bill and Liela Krupicka reel Bill's nephew and wife Alan and Diane Krupicka. Tobias. and his niece and husband. Kathy and George err. Long Beach. Calif.. in Strang to eat. The errs were on their way to their summer home at LaCrosse. Dale and Sallie Pfeifer returned home Wednesday from Wyoming They visited relatives and then went on to Elko. Nev.. where they visited their son Darren. Kelly Thomas and Sara. Lcroy and Roxann Brennfoerder visited Annie Fickcn on their way home attended the shower. High School alulmni banquet, Sunday, May 30, were (from left) Leora A dedication service was held out- (Kettelhut) Freitag and Delmar Hobelmann. side Christ's Lutheran Church for the new ramp which had been built with DougandBethandMitchell Buresh memorial gifts, came on Saturday night and stayed The Hans Fraus took their annual Sunday with Mike and Ellen. They "Day Out" on Saturday. Loma Crone attended the potluck dinner honoring andDebJohnsonplannedtheday.They Father Zitek who was celebrating his wenttotheFeatheredNestinBelleville 50th birthday. for coffee to start the day, with seven members attending at Satina. They at- tended the Smoky Hill'River Festival which was held in the park. Tents were set up and vendors had many things to sell. They toured a renovated theater which seats 1.200 people. They stopped in Concordia to eat. Cheryl Walburn and Britney at- tended the wedding of Trenton Albers and Stephanie Deters at Bellevue on Saturday evening. Oared Walburn was an attendant. Attending ballgames and watching their grandchildren play were Dennis and Zol a John son. They went to Hebron to see Amanda Minge and to Hastings on different nights to watch Peyton and Sam Hubbard play. Vern and Irene Hartman were in Monday Gerald and Kathy Hopp. Falls City, stopped to see Richard and Mary Alice Corman. Richard and Gerald were fraternity brothers. The Friendship Club hada day out on last Wednesday. All five members went. First the) went to Hebron and ate at a downtown cafe and also shopped before going to Belvidere to visit the museum. The Church for Christ congrega- tion held an ice cream social at the park on Sunday evening. Pastor Janice Farrell from the United Methodist Church in Davenport and Bruning attended the annual confer- ence in Lincoln from Tuesday until Saturday morning. Last week Gerrica Miller. Josh. Kelli and Maylin Day went to Carleton. B urial was in the church cem- etery. Margaret is survived by two sons, Larry and Richard; seven grand- children: 12 great-grandchildren: one great-great-grandchild. Guests coming for Margaret Paul's services to the home of their parents, Dick and Sharon Paul were Melanie and Randy Jones and Kaitlyn Heaven, Omaha. Beverly, Marcelo Marochi, Isabel and Gabriella. Washington. D.C.. Chris. Lori, Jackson and Lauren Paul, Omaha, and Sharon's sister and husband. Ly nn and Brian Batke. Stitzer. Wis. Shirley Keim accompanied Tom and Barb Bohling te Waterloo, Iowa, to visit Brad. Maisie. Keen and Kaiser Bevy for two days. Don "v orce. commander of the Dav- enport Veterans of Foreign Wars post, Gaylord Rachow. quarter master, Dale Wittrock, adjutant, and Linda Wittrock. auxiliary president, attended the 89th Department of Nebraska Convention in Grand Island June 4 through 6. Fri- to Chicago Saturday morning theyMarvin and Virginia Lewis. Ron and met Barb and Brad Williams at the Nancy Hefts. Norman and Rosella hoteI. They all attended the wedding of Lunzman, Curtis and Louisa Fintel. ChristopherMcCoyandMeganLutgen Cale and Pat Frahm. Lars and Bonnie in Naperville, II1., and then went tothe Pedersen. Ramona Wulf.' Cindy reception at Glen Ellyn, II1. Christo- Wittenbach, Roger and Jeannine pher is the grandson of the late Alf and Kintigh, Tom Gebers, Steve and Diane Euvalene Swanstrom. Gebers. Dave and Sherry Gebers. Stacia On Saturday morning, Barb and and Haley. KenandJoanSchiermeyer, Donna came home by plane. Austin Arlin and Ines Lunzmann and Chuck Oltmans metDonnaatBarbara'shome. Tuttle. then Austin and Donna met Terri and Mary Ann Meyer visited Loretta JimOltmans, JoshandSabrinaOItmans Feistner and Gladys Shroyer at the and Brady Oltmans in Lincoln. Neb.. Superior Good Samaritan Home last for lurtch to celebrate Josh and week. Sabrin~s birthdays. Mary Ann Meyer. Edna Epley, Gerry Eckles attended the June Diane Gebers and Murlene Schleufer birthday card party at the Nelson Corn- attended the Women of the ELCA gen- munity Center. Thursday evening, Phil eral meeting at Salem Lutheran Church and Gerry attended a supper tbr retired last Wednesday evening. Guest speaker telephone personnel at the home of was Sandy Foote of Superior. She is a Bob Zeigler in Superior. certified handwriting specialist Last Wednesday, Phyllis Schmitt Virginia Lewis attended a bridal wasalunchguestofPhilipSears.Verla shower for Angie Eggers at Bethany Snyder and little Molley Drohman. Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon. Pastor Steve. Shawna. Rachel and Saturday Virginia attended a clothing r m- ,--.. m m ...... CliP and Save " home from treatment at the Madonna Home in Lincoln and he and Judy were among the group. Sue Williams stayed the week with Ryan and Sarah Eubank of Pratt. Superior students among those on FHSU honor roll Fort Hays State University deans named 887 students to the honor roll for the spring 2010 semester. The list includes undergraduate students only. To be eligible, students must have en- rolled in '12 or more credit hours and have a mimmum grade point average of at least 3.60 for the semester. Among those on the list are the following students from Superior: Courtney L. Giger, sophomore, el- ementary education: TonyaRenee Pad- dock, freshman, sociology; Sara Coleene Rogers. senior, biochemistry; Jessica M. Wood. junior, speech-lan- guage pathology. from Dai!as. Texas. Lincoln. Neb., and visited at the home Belvidere. I11.. to attend the funeral of day morning they attended the open I . . . Wend,:ll and Carol Lowery met oftheirson, GayleandCindyBecwar, their grandmother,.. Sharon Miller. session. At noon Gaylord and Dale I Dimna" Brown Veneta" Ore and ,, h A bencflt was held at the Oak Com- " ' , ,. ", , ,. Theyweresupper~,uestsoftheirdaug - - attended the past commanders lunch. I Sharon McDonald,'Sal.a Diego, Cant.. ter and family, Janene and Mark Her- munity Center on Sunday for Gayle In the afternoon they attended the joint , in Oak for lunch on Friday.. . ris. Joyce Chelboun, Missouri Valley, Roubinek. There were several from sessionwhereanumberofawardswere I Donna and Sharon, arc sis!ers and Iowa, joined them as well as Janice the Davenport area who helped ergo- givenout. In the evening they attended i i cachcm)cbyalrplanclromthclrhomes n Irel n Omaha nlze t and a ,,rod also attended the h Int m oriel selvlce Saturda .... ~ " ' ' " Pierce, Christa a dy , . ' ' ' ~ P " " t e o" em "' " '" . y m md met m Oman / lented lear drove meal " .'. ~. - z "" . " Gavle dad to leave to do two shows. " mot:nin,, tier attended the respective ! to Supcl iOl md Iound thelrmotel They on "" "- -z " oneinOmahaandtheotherinTopeka' A funeral for Howard Simont .meetinos and at noon Dale attended I x~ereii~tercstedlntheHalnelandMoorc " " Los Ve as Nev was held June 14 at '= .~ , .... Vern and Irene Hartman visited g , ., " ' the all-American commander lunch. ancest,!rs in Nu.ckolls Lounty.... Vern'sniece,CherylandhusbandGene Christ's Lutheran Church in Daven- In the afternoon they all attended the Qualified Guards with Wh lc having lullch .Wltl] .tne Benash, Littleton,Colo TheBenashes port with Pastor Stewart Sell o, lhclat- meetings and in the evening they all l Lowerys at toe Oak ode nany things in~, Howard was the son el Sadie ,~ ' " , . " ,. : were visiting their son and daughter. ~,. " ," ' atte tOed t ae banquet St nday mornin, abuttheMrelamllywasulscusse'd" Don and Marilyn Ahrens were in Simonton, Davenport. Burial was in they attended the joint insta lotion of" ! Advanced Lifeguard Training, T~ey ~,td had a chance to visit with v o m er ..... " Omaha last Tuesday and visited her Da enp rt ce et y. " the officers for 2010-2011 year ! CPR and First Aid Certified soineHamelsandseepropertyoftheirs. ..: .... r,, ....... -, ;.";~ .... ",:-,-:-- ,, MaroaretPaul a former Davenport " ;~lbt~l, JJUlllld ~IIU INU/IiI~II FI/RIHS, ~ ~:~ ' . . . --~ I They had already toured several places brother Larry Coney, Onawa, Iowa, resident, died Friday morning in This newspaper avallab,e on the I m Nuckoll:s County but were most joinedthemalsoacousinofMarilyn's. Hebron. Herfunera!washeldTuesday , Bev. Czirr, W.S:l. and L.G.T.I., Manager interested in the Moores big white RPttv NIb-hcd (-~maha "f'hPv nip tn at the Bethel Church of the Brethern. http/, Ii Liz Headrick, W.S,I. hou>,c outside of Oak. Thcy had con- "-~;'" at"-i",u";' vw~~';-'~" 1"-~ --~v -'t'- ' ~ s " ' ' n o gemeranu nauavlsltoetorereturnlng tactcd the o 'nor ann made pin s t . ' ' '' I " day Beaty and RoseAnn Wengler, visit_;t on Friday afternoon ;heS with the nn~erene Bethke went to Hebron and "!1 line"" l,-rl nt--I ' IllI I' I II I Assistant Managers Lowerys they all toured housebrought Michael Hatch home for the I I " Owners Darrel and Deb Johnson were weekend. I .qhirt. * . laek .t. * I::tann _r. * .qirln. I I Oared Hass, Spencer Trapp. Madison Miller there ti> greet them and showed them Mike and EIlen Buresh attended the I ~ ..... [ ..................... "- I the house and what they are doingto Czech Festival at Hastings. They also I Publishing Coml:lan i I Montana Hayes Trent R0thchild renovate it. The house was built in attendedthefuneralforMike'scousin, I 148 East Third, Superior, Neb 1-800-359-2120 | ! Amy Williams Rhys Williams 1913. They took many pictures of all Jay Luzum, at the Milligan atidito- I ~ -. I ' [ roB) . "Kara Peters0n I of the things they saw and left Oak and rrium. I I " $ (...../) IL - so,,...,;... " oa....our. I , ,_J " , RAN I ~ t)~ "I~'~ " 115 p.m., 6:30-9 p.m. I 8~ |)USTOMER APPRECIATION I: EarlyClosing at Discretion of Lifeguards I Triathlon Conditioning & Water Aerobics I and introduction our new product lines! I I I Tuesday & Thursday nights .I Friday, June 25 8 a.m.-8 pim..I ' I Call pool for5:30"6 detailsPm" concerning the ~,i~| I Serving hamburgers & hotdogs from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 5-8 p.m. ' I ' I Saturday, June26.8 aim.-3 p.m. I I 3rd Annual Miller Trlathlon I I I I+ Serving hamburgers & hotdogs from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. I