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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 27, 2002 I III II Oak • By Phyllis Schmitt First Community Church, Oak. Carl Prichard, pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sun- day school; 10 a.m., worship service; 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Tuesday, Com- munity Circle I, salad luncheon at the church at 12:30 p.m. Meeting follow- ing. Wednesday, 8 p.m., church board meeting. Ermalee Scroggin has returned from a trip with her sisters. She drove to Loveland, Colo., on June 6 where she joined Carolyn Heath and Wilma Karraker, and for a plane trip to Cali- fornia to visit Shirley Marley. It was their annual sister reunion. Activities while there included a visit with an aunt and uncle, Dorothy (Ferguson) and Leonard Meyer, Palmdale, a trip to Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif., shopping in the Danish Solvang Re- sort, seeing the production of "Singing in the Rain" at the Lawrence Welk dinner theater at Escondido, a trip to date country; and attended a bridal shower for Shirley's granddaughter, Nancy Marley. Ermalee's grandson, Jeremy Eckman, Chatsworth, Calif., was an overnight guest. Shirley's son, Craig, and family were dinner guests. They spent the day at l,ake Arrowhead before returning. Gerry Peterson, Ronda Jaeger and Carol Meyer have been visitors of Cleo Scroggin. Guests from Long Beach, Calif., were Press Wickersham and family, his daughter and husband, Kathy and Earle Church, and grandson and wife, Jason and Michelle Church. Sondra Peterson and Tracy Mur- ray, Lincoln, Neb., and Sharon Littrel have visited in the Vern and Verla Snyder home. Tami Sharpis now help- ing in the Snyder home. Monday evening Pauline Hanson met her granddaughter, Angela Garver, in Ruskin and accompanied her to Deshler to attend a ballgame in which Brett Garver participated. The three of them ate supper at Deshler. Gerry Peterson attended the ballgames of grandsons, Andy and Troy, at Fairfield. She also visited her sister and husband, Marianne and Marion Wolfe, Fairfield. On Tuesday, Gerry attended the Legion ballgame in Lawrence in which grandson, Kirk, played. Donna Gillan accompanied Jim and Teril Oltmans and Brady and Andrew Shelbum to watch Brady play ball at Fairfield. Drew was on overnight guest with great-grandma Donna. Donna ac- companied Cheryl Jensen and sons to Superior and then to Hastings for Ander's medical appointment. Pauline Hanson and Mildred Melton were cafe dinner guests at Oak. They visged Parkview Haven residents, Ruby Lonsdale and Rhodabelle Lowery. Pauline also visited Velma Harms. Those attending the American Le- gion and Auxiliary supper at Ruskin were Gerry Peterson, Phyllis Schmitt and Don and Lola Biltoft. Lunch guests of Donna Gillan were Austin and Brady Oltmans and An- drew Shelbumm. They also took chicken dinners to the Nelson Good Samaritan Center tbr some ofthc residents. Donna attended the VFW Gold Star Sisters meeting. T'nursday afternoon, Phyllis Schmitt attended the retirement party honoring Darlene Farver at the Nelson Nursing Home. She also visited Ruby Snyder, Merna Buresh, Dorothy Troutt and i ii, Aliene Meyer. She went to Shickley for the ballgame in which her grand- son, Jordan Schmitt, participated. Thursday, Donna Gillan accompa- nied Cheryl Jensen and sons to Hast- ings. Donna attended the Nelson ballgame in which Brady Oltmans played. Lunch guests of Donna on Fri- day were Terri, Austin and Brady Oltmans and Gage Biltoft. Phyllis Schmitt attended Hannah Schmitt's ballgame Friday night. She remained as an overnight guest in the Jerry Schmitt home. Pauline Hanson took Dick Hanson out for dinner Friday. Saturday, Dick was a dinner and supper guest of his mother and did odd jobs for her. Gaylen Cox had carpal tunnel sur- gery in Grand Island on Friday. Week- end guests of their grandparents were Hayden Cox, Doniphan, and Sierra Franzen, Milford. Sierra is staying for the remainder of the week. Donna Gillan went with Cheryl Jensen to Superior Saturday. Brent, Cheryl and Anders Jensen and Jessica 'and Andrew Shelburn were evening guests in Donna's home. Sondra Peterson and Tracy Murray were weekend guests of Sondra's mother, Gerry Peterson. A potluck dinner was held at the First Community Church to welcome the new pastor and his wife, Carl and Helen Pilchard. They arrived in Oak on Thursday. The preceding week was busy with preparing the parsonage for their arrival. Members from the Dav- enport Methodist Church helped in painting and with other much needed work. Glen and Jan' Widener and Eric arrived from Washington Sunday at the home of Donna Gillan to renew acquaintances and sightseeing. They were joined for dinner by Karen and Darrell Harrington, Ruby Sndyer, Jared, Michelle, Derek and Taylor Harrington, Betty Struss, Jackie and Lee Miller, Brandi, Andy and Shelley Eiseman, Cheryl, Brent and Anders Jensen, Jessica and Andrew Shelburn and Jim, Terri, Austin and Brady Oltmans. In the afternoon, Darrell took them on a tour of Oak, the Oak Grove Cemetery, the Narrows and the Jensen and Bauman farms. Glen Widener is the grandson of the former Hazel (Gillan) Widener who grew up in the Oak area. Ronnie and Lois Lewis, Ruskin, were Sunday evening visitors in the Phyllis Schmitt home. II Ill Highland By IvaLee/acobitz i i Mrs. Darrell Jensen called on Uyvonne Knehans' Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Knehans and Mick came from Strawberry Point, Iowa, Saturday evening for the Knehans picnic held Sunday at Red Cloud. They, Orin Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Buresh and 'Irish Buresh attended a cookout as guests of Myrtle Knehans Saturday evening. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter, Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and Dennis Follmer. Mrs. Follmer called on Laurene Eitzman at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer took Orin Dillon and Uyvonne Knehans out Nelson Fun Day 2002 Thursday, July 4 7:30 a,m. - 10 a.m. Breakfast at Harbine City Park 8 a.rll. Fun Run-Walk registration at 7:30 a.m. Curt Iliff, 402-225-2313 9 a.m. PhillipWehrman, 402-225-3187 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament registration at 8:30 a.m. 1-5 p.m. Free Swimming Nelson City Pool 1:30 p.m. Golf Tournament registration at 1 p.m. Chuck Tuttle, 402-225-4591 3-5 p.m. Dunking Booth Children's Games & Demonstrations 2 p.m. Diane Gebers, 402-225-2435 6 on6 Sand Volleyball Tournament registration at 1:30 p.m. 5 p.m. Nelson Volunteer Fire Dept. Community Hamburger Fry 8 p.m. COED Softball Game All events originate at Harbine City Park, Nelson, Neb. and are sponsored by the Nelson Community Club for supper Thursday to celebrate their 57th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek attended a surprise gathering Saturday to cel- ebrate Mr. and Mrs. Mike Culbertson' s 26th anniversary. Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz was an over- night guest of Mr. and.Mrs. Delbert Hartshorn Thursday. Friday, they were joined by Teresa Jacobitz, Lincoln, Neb., to visit Dean Webber, a patient at the Nebraska IVied Center. Ivalee re- turned home Saturday morning. Bruce and Michael were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz, Monday. Tuesday, Terre, Danny, Markee and Jaycee were dinner guests. 1Olonday, Mrs. Lawrence Williams and her sister, Phyllis Hartman, Blue Hill, went to the home of Marian Ferebee. They celebrated Phyllis' birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams attended the wedding, reception and dance for Kitty Kohn and Joe Nemechek at Humboldt Saturday. Marvin Honeycutt left for his home and arrived in Califomia, Tuesday. Sunday, June 16, Delcie Stowers, Edith Rausher and Dorothy Reeve took Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert out for dinner to celebrate Eldrick's birth- day.Elsie attended the VFW Gold Star tea Wednesday evening.. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert attended the funeral forlrene Nelson at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Gmmmert visited Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Gmmmert and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nunnenkamp, Hilisboro, Ore., at Glen- vii Saturday evening. I Deweese By Lavon Black i i Travis Kennedy, Omaha, was a weekend guest of his parents, Dean and Vicki Kennedy, grandma Shirley and Zachary. Ed Holeman, Grand Island, was a Thursday evening caller on his mother, Marilou Holeman, Hastings. Bob Black, Deweese, was a Friday after- noon caller of Marilou and Rick. Clarence and Marjorie Swearingen met her sister and husband, Norma and Norman Venama of Palmyra at Wilber for a cafe lunch. Norma Jean Skalka of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to Post 10045 attended the June convention in Grand Island. Travis Kennedy, Omaha, and Dean and Vicki Kennedy were Saturday af- ternoon guests of Opal, Norman and Junior Kennedy, all of Hastings. Tony and Barbara (Mohling) Kruger, Minitare, Neb., and Vanessa (Mohling) Johnson and her husband, Cheyenne, Wyo., were visitors of Bud Scism, Norma Jean Skalka, and Rose Hansen Thursday afternoon. Tony was formerly from Edgar and the women were from GlenviL All three were graduates of Sandy Creek. Barbara and Vanessa had been called home because of the death of their dad, (Lester Mohling). He had been living Ruskin By Lois Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church: Sunday, 9 a.m., Sunday School; 10 a.m., worship. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Tues- days, 4-6 p.m., Saturday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Melissa Powers, librarian. The Titanic was built by profes- sionals; the ark was built by amateurs. Bethany Women of the ELCA met in afternoon and evening circles for Bible study, entitled "Gifted and Called." Devotions were given, offer- ings received and co-operative refresh- ments were served. The Evening Circle hosted the June birthday party for resi- dents of Parkview Haven Thursday afternoon. Sandra Shaw, Andrew, Auston and Toil, accompanied by Mindy Fayle, drove to Syracuse, N.Y., leaving June 12. There they were guests of Kevin and Theresa Hoke, Warren and Brooks. They attended the baptism of Brooks at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Sandra served as a sponsor. They also visited Carousel Mall. They returned home June 18. M. D. and Mary Lou Renz attended the funeral for his uncle, Omar Larsen, at Minden United Methodist Church, June 13. Also attending were B. L. and JoAnn Renz, Deshler and Bob and Judi Wemmer, Carleton. Bert Christensen visited her sister, Irene Davis, Hebron. Harry and Harriett Schaeffer, Lincoln, Neb., visited Bert I I i in the Veterans Home in Grand Island for two years. Clyde and Linda Swearingen, Grand Island, were Sunday afternoon visitors of his parents, Clarence and Marjorie Swearingen. Mass at Assumption Church in Deweese will continue to be at 6 p.m. on Saturday evenings. Jordan and Tyler Black were Fri- day overnight and Saturday guests of their grandparents, Bob and Lana Black. Janet Soucie and Reba and Graceyn Skalka were Tuesday evening visitors and supper guests of Kurt, Rhonda, Paige and Logan Wenske. Paul and Janet Soucie were Sunday evening supper guests of Kurt and Rhonda Wenske and family. Kyle Holeman was a Sunday evening visitor of his grandmother, Marilou Holeman and Ricky, Hast- ings. Ryan and Rosie Black were Thurs- day evening visitors of the Dan Black family. Weekend visitors of Lavon Black were Travis Kennedy, Omaha, Vicki Kennedy, Rosie Black, Bob Black, Dan Black, Steph, Megan and TaKayla and Jamie. "  o ' ' ’t o t - o o o PANDA PA00K,NG LOT • Wednuday, June26 through 'Ifmrsday, July 4 9 a.m.- 11:30 p.m. ° • Envelopes "• Flyers • Sale Bills • Stationary • Invitations • Programs • Business Cards • Announcements • Carbonless Forms • Computer Stationary • Continuous Forms • Graphic Design • Brochures Large or Small.t For All Your Printing Needs. Superlor Publishing Co. 148 E. 3rd Street • Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 Thursday. Emil and Geraldine Stichka were in Grand Island, where they attended a baseball game in which their grand- son, Dustin Stichka, participated. Emil and Karen Stichka and Gerald and Gladys Mullanix also attended. Kenneth and Donna Hansen accom- panied Doug and Kris Hansen, Beatrice, to Omaha for Doug's medi- cal checkup. He will soon be receiving radiation therapy. The Kenneth Hansens visited Mabel Hansen at the Good Samaritan Home, Nelson, and later went to Hastings, where they were joined by John and Tonya Arellano, Jacob and Thomas for noon lunch. John and Dorothy Krogh attended the regional meet preceding the Na- tional Junior Olympics, in Omaha June 16. Their grandson, Jens Scholl, par- ticipated and achieved the highest rat- ing in the pentathlon. He will be a participant in the National Jr. Olympic event, which will be held in Omaha in July. Rolland and Pauline Franzen were in Grand Island Thursday, where they attended the graduation of a nephew, Justin Loghry, from the Nebraska Po- lice Academy. Vernon Franzen, Sidney, accompanied the Rolland Franzens to their home for a weeks visit. Preston Franzen, Milford, was also a guest and celebrated his sixth birthday, while visiting in his grand- parents' home. Vicar Brian and Renata Ketelsen and Emma hosted open house at the parsonage Friday evening for St. Mark's congregational members. Mervin and Ramona Thayer and their guest, Christopher Peterson, at- tended a baseball game in Deshler in which Brett Ross participated. Ramona and Christopher were Friday guests of Kathy Ross and family, Webber. Mary Lou Renz attended a shower for Jessie Werner at Zion Lutheran Church, Carleton. Attending Carol Joy Holling Camp last week were Tyler and Brock Chris- tensen. Attending this week are Brett Christensen, Andrew Petersen, Jenni- fer Melton and April Christensen and Jamie Ellwanger. Deb Melton as a area confirmation counselor. Hardy By Gwen Petersen i i in, St. Paul Lutheran Church of Hardy. Connie Raess, interim pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., worship; 10 a.m., fellowship hour. Union Church of Hardy. Sunday, 10:30, a.m., church service. Bey Bea- vers, speaker. Harmonettes will sing. Ushers are James Calder and Jim Miller. Brian and Raelyn Miller, Tanner BAHAMA Pillow Soft Mattress FULL SET Reg. $649 ...... Now $449 and Reid and Jim and Donna Miller were in Omaha tor the weekend to attend the State Junior Olympics in which Tanner participated. He won the 80 M hurdles, got second in the long jump and sixth in I00 M dash in the Midget division. Kevin and Juliane Miller, Madison and Evin, Friend, joined them on Saturday. Sunday Ray and Cheri Biltoft and Rex and Linda Kirchhoff attended the noon lunch and Biltoft family get to- gether in Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen were in Keammey and had lunch with Dr. Ken and Sue Pedersen. p Marian Pedersen attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house Sun- day at the Community Hall, honoring Ray and Donna Clark. Don and Dorothy Kottmeyer at- tended the picnic cookout at First Bap- tist Church, Superior, Sunday evening. Cameron and Jodi Grabast and Malari, Lincoln, Neb. were weekend guests of John and Mary Kaldahl and Kendra. Bill and Donna Corman attended weekend June Bug meeting in Hast- ings, with the Sodbustcrs Camping Club. Sunday supper guests of Glenn and JoAnne Edwards were Randy and Shelly Edwards, Stacy, Kate and Alex, Friend. Stacy remained for a few days. Tim and Jennie Mason, Andrew and Joshua, Kearney, were Saturday dinner guests of Jennie's grandpar- ents, George and Ardith Hansen. Corabelle and Erwin Sweet at- tended the 50th anniversary celebra- tion honoring Ray and Donna Clark. Tom and Judi Sorensen attended the Saturday evening wedding of Amy Maschmann and Josh Nash at Peace Lutheran Church, Deshler. Sunday T. J. went to Lincoln to get his grand- mother, Betty Heggen, and brought her to stay at the farm for a week. Bob Healey, Kearney, came to the home of his parents, Jim and Doris Healey Friday evening. He, David and Shane Healey were Saturday dinner guests. Bob returned home Saturday evening Daryl, Shane Healey and Jen- nife4 Lunzer were Sunday visitors of Jim and Doris. Doctor joins Webster County Hospital staff Dr. Terrell Hadley plans to join the medical staff at the Webster County Community Hospital August 1. He is presently on the staff at St. Joseph Family Practice at Lammed, Kan. Kathy, his wife, is an artist, com- pleting her degree in education. She works as a para-educator at the Lammed State Hospital. Their family consists of one son, Ryan, 17, and four daugh- ters: Miranda, 21; Elise, 13; Tia, 10; and Shay, 7. Schedules are made to remind you how far behind you are in your work. REVEILLE Very Firm Mattress FULL SET Reg. $569 .......... Now $369 MARQUIS Pillow Soft with convoluted foam built in FULL SET Reg. $699 ..,.. Now $499 Extensi on News By Terry He nv, Nuckolls ! NFBA helps farmerti: sociation is a fee-based ganization su Nebraska NFBA assis in keeping accurate filing income tax lyzing their Individual farm and are kep. confidential, b ing records int be learned abou profitability in Nebraska. TheNFBA duction Ag marizing the average profitability' analysis their ctients. These are producers enrolled in a : gram com!:v.: c ! nit 3 , colleges in Nc Nebraska!;md Varm and agemcnt Educational In the summary re erating expenses, penses and profit or losS for the clients in the NFBA also reports penses grouped.by en corn on rented I ,ad, on owned land. etc.) category (seed, fertilizer, cals, etc.). Net cash farm incor€ ducting family livir reported three ways; whole, for the 33 the group in the lowes terms of profitability. Each client gram receives their individual oper port they can enterprise type, come and net cq year. The analysis also inc jor financial ratios and lenders such as ratio, depreciation others. One of the program is the and expense by tyl showing rect expenses and such as machiner The NFBA is new memberships. office to request an chure and enrollment ship fees are based on desired and size ofope information, call We Office Su Superior 4C DI Deep Pillow top FULL