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ne Clark Vi Karissa and Kayla, Bartlesville, b..:.and her grand- Okla., returned home Friday fol- 1 ogers,Wichita, lowing a trip to the Rockies and l'tra' fory o several Pikes Peak. They also visited 0redo and to attend Roberta's sister, Mrs. Gaff Bor- ]v. g anniversary den, Mr. Borden and Royce, Ar- A-'torMr. and Mrs. riba, Colo. ]g .s at Ft. Collins last Rogers gue was a Fri- guest of Mr. and and Michael, ,ead a Saturday t of Mr and Mrs. aa  fli'ly, Superi- !t.y and Amanda Rog- !;,. Mrs. Keeler and visited Grace Ja- lay morning. .tansbury returned lay following a visit !$ Mrs. Hank Piper ly at Wamego last / Ik 't pters and Juretta vis- ! MeCune at Hilltop et t, last week.  'Mr. and Mrs. Clare week were Mrs.  ., Heather Huber, i!I] Mrs. Melvin Dahl, Vallier, Paul" Os- ;. Allen Bartley, Judy iri0r, and Lindel 01ire June Carp- nd Island, Mich., ; ,'_ Y for a visit with L M. Bob Howland, i a and other relatives | Vallier, Mrs. Don re. Dan Jonson and Ordanier attended an tian Women's sup- y tn Concordia. d Strnad and Darla, -Jexk and Mrs. Ray- vet, Belleville, assist- .. Max Krummel,  a birthday open ,:ssie Weaver, age Mile Health Care last itlrs. Ivan Stansbury, .,tea Carol Stansbury 'ill Johnson, Natosha ancl Bryan Studer, .e Wednesday and suests of Mr. and Mrs. "' Additional Thurs- ', guests were Aman- / Jetrnore, Mr. and [,3 Moser and Blake ,Sjolander, Scandia. | 'eted the birthdays of [Velyn and Valentina ,]r,l,_ Called on Edna  :,.daftemoon. and Mr. and ! ,a Reed, Katrina, Mrs. Duane Wiley, Cawker City, visited Sylvia Molder Fri- day. Opal Watson visited Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson, Court- land, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higbe, e and Christel and Jeannea Higbee at- tended the State 4-H Geology Camp in Gave, Logan and Trego Counties Friday through Sunday. Joy and Kristirm Jonson were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Dan Jensan and Sharon Jonson, Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford were weekend guests of Bernita Hocker and family at Topeka. They celebrated Mr. Stafford's birthday. Warren Heineo, Topeka, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heinen. Phyllis Hurd was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Patrick, Amy and Steven, Sali- ha. Bob Howland, Nancy Dun- stan, Nanette Dunstan and Darla Strnad represented the Formosa Willing Workers 4-H Club at the Friends of 4-H Day celebration at Rock Springs Ranch Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick accompanied Frances Phenix, Seandia, to the funeral for Wil- liana Palecek at Munden Satur- day morning. Howard Ross, Opal Watson and Mary Jane Isaacson, Court- land attended the 60th anniver- sary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rogers at Golden Belle Haven Senior Center, Belleville, Saturday afternoon. The Rog- ers are former Lovewell residents. Mrs. Don, Early, Belleville, is one of their daugh- ters. Lynn Voiker, Burr Oak, was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell, Mellisa and Matt and Mr. arid Mrs. John Peters. Roberta Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler attended the Reed family reunion Sunday at Man- kate Park. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Myers and family, Randall, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Molder. Jane Molder, Mike Molder and Tonya Montigue, Belleville, vis- Red the Molders Sunday after- noon. Darla Strnad and Kelly Van- M played in the Mmlmto Girls Softball Retinal Robin Tournament Sunday. Mrs, Forrest Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. George Balch at- tended the Kelly family open house at Montrose Church Sun- day afternoon. Benji Vallier, Alan Guzik and Kristina Jensen left Sunday for camp at Timberlake in Ne- braska. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler, Mrs. Lonnie Myers, Savannah and Gatlin, Randall, Mrs. John Sjolander, Scandia, Jane Molder, Mike Molder, Tonya Montigue and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Molder and sons Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Huber and daughters visited the Hubers Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stafford hosted a barbecue Sunday to cel- ebrate the first birthday of Eric Fox. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Fox and Jason, Lois Goodall, Susan Moravek and Tony, Vernon Wiley, Billy Woodell, Carl Studer, Melissa Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bunch, Adrian and Joshua, Be- loit. Perslnger reunion in Lincoln Park The Persinger reunion was Sunday in Lincoln Park. Attend- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnson, Dennis Persinger and Emer Fosen, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Modlin, Amanda and Troy, Misty and Johnie Persing- er, Harvard, Marie Persinger, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Persinger, Hastings, Edd McCuine, Phil- lipsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Persinger, Carl Jr., and Niclos, Delphos, Kan., Chuck Persinger, Junction City, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Horn, Timothy and Ange- la, Stockton, Virgil Lewis and Verda Jones, Lake Charles, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meggitt and Arletha Daugherty, Repub- lic; Lois Flager, Minneapolis, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Lavem Hamel, Wesley Persinger, Larey Persinger, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fraybarger, Cody and Troy Fraybarger and Mr. and Mrs. Darel Howe, Belleville, June Persinger, Ina Persinger and Robert Meggitt and Danda Rich- ard, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Herman, Brenda.Hex- man, Marvin and Kay Ann, Scandia. Leroy Moser's livestock trailer was moved by the winds and overturned Monday evening. --Photo by Gloria Garman Guide Rock area retired teachers tour Marysville Twelve members of the Guide Rock Area Retired Teachers went on their annual tour last Monday. They concen- trated on historic places in Mar- shall County, Kansas. These in- eluded the bronze statute of a Pony Express horse and rider and the Pony Express museum which originally housed the po- nies used on the Express. They visited the Pony Exprss station near Hanover. This Hollenberg Station, believed to be the first house built in Marshall County, became the Holleberg family home, a neighborhood store, a tavern and a stage station as well as a Pony Express station. The oup also visited the historic Marshall County court- house which now houses the museum and the Tension Envel- op plant, one of Marysville's thriving industries. This tour was planned by the Marysville Chamber of Com- merce. On the return trip the retired teachers' group had supper at a Mankato restranrant. Hostesses who arranged the tour were Bonnie Ohmstede, Mm'jorie Blankenbaker and Edna Masters. Evelyn Harris and Edna Mas- ters joined Evelyn Hamel and Florence Ohmstede at Grand Is- land lam Wednesday, They at,- tended the state of Nebraska Re, tired Teachers' worhshop. Father's Day Gift Suggestzons Office aids from our office supplies section... Staplers, tape dispensers, computer supplies, pens, Post-it rM notes, rubber stamps, file cabinets and office chairs will help father with the dreaded office work. Custom-printed items from our job printing envelopes, computer and memo sheets (you department... Personalized letterheads, checks, statements, invoices name it--we will help you design and print it) will make father's correspondence work go faster. Signs from our screen printing department... Let us design a unique magnetic sign or decal for father's car and truck. Thursday, June 18, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Counselors' Association and a specialist in post traumatic stress disorder and a Viet Nam War Veteran. The Rev. Manning also served as assistant chaplain at the Pee Wee Valley Women's Correctional Institution, Louis- ville, Ky., and has had extensive training in cases of rape, abuse and other areas of family vio- lence. He is interested in starting al temadve Christian counseling encounter groups. Stop by our office today and make your gift selection. As many of our gifts Will take a few days to create lust for your father, we have gift certificates available. Superior Publishing Company 148 East Third, Superior, Nob. 402-879-3291 Manning appointed pastor at Republic, Webber Circuit Special recognition at Olive Chapter meeting A regular stated meeting of wards as the newest 25-year Olive' Chapter No. 63, Order of member of Olive Chapter and the Eastern Star was Monday. read a tribute to her. Mrs. Ed- The business meeting was con- wards was escorted to the East ducted by Worthy Matron Billy and her mother, Genevieve Maxey. Ebsen, presented her a 25-year Invitations read were from pin. Charity Chapter No. 7, Red The Past Matrons and Past Cloud, to attend their 100th an- Patrons were recognized and niversary, meeting June 21 and honored by the Worthy Matron. from Acacia Chapter No. 39, Present were Past Matrons Es- Hastings, to attend their Friend- thor Mickelsen, Nielsen, Gladys ship Night June 22. A letter Kubat, Ebsen, Helen Edenburn, from the Grand Officers of No- Pearl Langer, Marguerite Moret, braska announced their plans Edwards, and Shuck, and Past and schedules for the year. The Patron Hayes. Several were ab- Grand officers will make their sent because of the weather. visitation to.this district Sept. 24 Worthy Patron Hayes an- at noon. Hostess chapters are nounced a dinner at Hotel Leslie Nelson, Superior, Hebron and June 26 to present the Jordan Davenport. Medal to Chauncey Mickelsen The United Methodist Theology, Kansas City. He was Courtesy chairman Josephine who is the oldest member of the Churches of Republic and Web- ordained last June but comes to Young reported a get well card Superior Masonic Lodge No. ber announce the appointment of the Republic and Webber had been sent to Blaine Hicks. 121. the Roy. Billie Manning to the Churches with previous experi- Reports of the 100th armiver- The June birthdays of Miss. Republic and Webber Circuit. ence as a licensed local pastor, a sary meeting of Ophel Chapter Edenburn and Miss Shuck were The Roy. Manning and wife, chaplain and youth minister. No. 115, Belleville, were given recognized and "Happy Birth- Connie, have five children: A practicing temperament by Worthy Matron Maxey, War- day" was sung. Shannon, 25, Trisha, 23, Tracy, therapist, the Rev. Manning has thy Patron Merle Hayes, Yetieve Following the close of chap. 22, Dusty, 15 and Kristi, 11. been an active pastoral counse- Neilsen and Margene Shuck, ter, refreshments were served by The Rev. Manning is a recent lor for five years. He is a mem- who attended. Herbert and Marion Pedersen, graduate of Saint Paul School of ber of the National Christian Maxey recognized Nancy Ed- Kathy Ely and Mrs. Moret. .  .::, ::.y'.:'.'7 :.::: .... : .:. ...' .. . . .$  . . . .... .?:. -' '.: :...'r,:* : ':.i'' We will offer for sale to the hlgheet blddar at jmblle auction the following 3 propertlee at Ruskin Nob. Property {I } located at 550 Nebraska Street. Property {2} located at 450 Nebraska Street, and property [3} located on Idaln Street, Rtmkin Nob., and personal property located at Detardlng ware Store, and 550 Nebraska Street on Saturday, June 27 Starting at 9:00 a.m. on hardware and store fixtures PROPERTY (I) REAL F.,TATE GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This is a two-bedroom, one bath home with carpet, forced air furnace, modem kitchen, two- car garage. There are outside storage buildings. Nice fruit and vegetable garden, located on large lot. LEGAL DESCRIVHON: East 1/2 of Lot 9, and all Lots 10, 11 and 12, Block 23, First AddlOon In and to Ruskin, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. PROPERTY (2) GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This is a brick building consisting of a large room, small office area and a vault from the old Ruskin Bank. This building is in fair condition. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 17 and 18, Block 9. original town to Ruskin, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. PROiRTY (a| GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This Is a two-bedroom, modem ldtchen, living room with fireplace, one bath, laundry room with washer and dryer hookups, all carpeted with attached single car garage. This home Is located on comer lot with shade trees and garden spot. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 11 and 12, Block 24, First addition In and to Ruskin. Nuckolls County, Nebraska. TAXES: The 1991 and all prior taxes will be paid by the seller. The 1992 taxes will be prorated to date of possession. The 1991 taxes were: Property (1) taxes are $224.80 Property (2) taxes are $ 21.08 Property (3} taxes are $126.42 POSSION: Immediate upon final settlement. TERMS: 25% down day of sale with balance due upon delivery of warranty deed and marketable title in approximately 30 days. REAL ESTATE TO SELL AT 2:00 P.M. HARDWARE STORE STOCK Miscellaneous farm and garden tools Old coal shovels Porcelain dipper and assorted pans Pyrex dishes Many new baking pans Kettles Sewing notions Many pieces of yard goods Many patterns Tennis shoes Tingly overshoes, large assort- merit Paint stock Lawn and garden stock A.orted hand tools LIRht bulbs Electrical supplies Plumbing supplies Screws Bolts Lamp parts Many in stock hardware goods of all kinds Many miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention STOBE FIXTURES 5 Oak hardware store wall cabi- nets. 7-ft. tall. 15 I/2-inches wide and 21-inches deep. mostly with drawers and stor- age 9-11. Oak bank tellers cabinet with cash drawer 3 Oak showcases, 44-inches long x 26-1nches wide and 45-inches tall Sewing notton cabinets Singer commercial sewing ma- chine 3 8-ft. Oak showcases Many miscellaneous store cabi- nets of all kinds Store scales Dayton 10-1b. store scales Library table Miscellaneous wooden tables and stands "***IMPORTANT NOTE***" Antiques and Collectiblas will sell after hardware store Items are mold. The auction will con- tinue at 550 Nebraska Street, where all furniture, appliances, antiques and glassware will sell. ANTIQUES ANO COLLECTIBLES High chair 2 Camel back trunks Copper boiler Sad irons Pine wardrobe Coaster wagon Miniature wood-burning stove 6 Oak dining room chairs Coal shuttles Oak square fern stand Oak massive rocker 2 Wringer washers Assorted enamelware and granite-ware Washboard Metal milk carrier rack Collector tins Pink depression water pitcher, set of 12 water glasses, set of 8 sherbets and many other as- sorted pieces. Green depression Many dear glass bowls Fancy dishes of all kinds Many German and Bavaria hand- painted bowls Brown crock bowl Some white onyx pieces Fireking dishes Many collector plates Hunting dog weather vane Large assortment of Ruby glass including berry dishes, water glasses and etc. Danish collector plates, late '60s early '70s Clear Creoses set includes cov- ered butter dish. spooner. creamer and sugar Advertlsing custard glass Many advertising plates and p/eces Red Ruby pitcher with water glasses Assorted Avon collection, many pieces 1974 Sunbonnet babies, Royal Bay Ruth #1508 collector plates Several pieces of marigold carni- val Bone dishes Assorted animal candy dishes Salt and pepper collection Toothpick holder collection Collection of sugar and creamers Zapper glass spooner portrait plates Green depression ice bucket FlUted clear glass pedestal bowl Ruby glass bride's basket Bavaria and German relish bowls Sets of embro/dered pillowcases Collection of finger lamps A.E. Deterding 1932 collector pic- ture calendar Rosevflle and Hull assorted vases IAnens and crocheted handwork Cedar chest Costume Jewelry Collection of miscellaneous vases Collection of collector whiskey bottles Lots of old books and magazines Painted kitchen cupboard with Tlllany glass Warm Mornln R Model 520 wood- burning stove ANTIQUE FURNITURE 3-piece Mohair couch and chair set Oak secretary, ornate, with bev- eled mirror Solid walnut 4-piece bedroom set including 3-drawer dresser with glove boxes, 4-drawer chest with handkerchief drawer nightstand, all with hand-carved drawers, poster board Mahogany claw foot upholstered stneght chair Several rockers Several wooden stands Floor lamps LIJ-CH eu.tvJ AT SALE w. AT 550 NgBIkSKA STREgr PlCIIRES AND FRAMES Frederick Whiting Springtime of Life print, wlth oak frame George Washington pictures in oak frames Reverse painting pictures Assortment of children's prints with frames MODERN FURNITURE Round maple table with 6 mates chairs Thomas electric organ Full-slze wooden bed Painted chest of drawers Book racks Sowing notions Steel storage cabinets Duncan Phyfe pedestal table APiIANgES Panasonlc microwave GE refrigerator, frost guard Apartment-size gas cook stove RCA XLI00 portable "IV, 19-inch MISCEllANEOUS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Bakeware Electric toaster Electric can opener Coffeepots Presto burger maker Silverware Pots and pans 00LF dlRT Yamaha elctrlc golf cart with IW'N AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT Lawn Boy push mower Ariens riding mower. RaM 728 Wheelbarrow Shovels Rakes Garden hoes Black & Decker weed eater Scythe 100-Ib. platform scale Garden cart Aluminum step ladders, 6-ft. and lO-ft. 12-ft. wooden stepladder Ladder jacks Air spayer Push garden cultivator ZqM8: Cash er good check. No property removed until settled for. All property at bldder,s risk when bld off, Not reeponslble for accidents. LD. requlred for bidder's number. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advartisln. Lucille Deterding Estate AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Alfred and Luellle Deterdlng were in business for over 50 yers at Ruskin, Neb. This Is their llfotime collection of antiques and ollectiblu. DON'T MISS THIS AUCTION. e SALE CONDUCTED BY Gale Mikkelsen, Complete Auction, Real Estate and Appraisal Service 408 N Central, P.O. Box 184, uperior, Nob. 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 Auctioneers: Gale Mikkehten and Brad Elting , ,,.... Clerk and Cashier: Dixie Wharton and Monte Imler Attorney for the Estate: Timothy 8chmidt, Superior Personal Representatives: Jack Dodge, MeCook, Nob. and Kathy Deterding, Kansas City, Me.