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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, 3une 30, 2011 11 Davenport ' By Carol Lowery i As I start to type news for this week I find that a lot of people aren'thome hence forth the news might be short. I have thanked those I talked to for gw- ing me news and those who I didn't get to talk to here is a thank you for you. The semor center birthday dinner was held on Thursday. Six birthdays were celebrated. After dinner. Trevor Hinds gave a talk about his knife col- lection. The Jerry Littrel house is busy this week. Tiffany Bentch. Elijah Eliza- beth and Emily of North Aurora, II1., and Becky Littrel, Emma. Madison and Rylee of Falls City are visiting. The senior center held a picnic on a windy evening making it an indoor picnic with 65 attending. Delores DeVore and Dee Haverty went to Haysville. Kan., to visit her brother John, and Nancy Carlise. Heidi Hodgson and family and Travis and Jenn Hight and family were Father's Day weekend guests of Lyle and Madaline Hight. The Lyle Hights went to Lincoln for Sunday with their son, Seth Hight. Tonia O'Brien and family. Members of the United Methodist Church invited the members of other churches in town to join them for a farewell ice cream and cake party hon- oring Pastor Janice Farrell and Jerry who moved to Dewitt this past week. Marilyn Mosier and Darlene Shaw took a road trip through Iowa leaving Tuesday and returning home on Fri- day. They went across Iowa and vis- ited the Amana Colonies and then to Des Moines. to go through the botani- cal center. Their next stop was Ames, where they visited the outstanding bo- tanical garden. They visited a cem- etery at Idaho Grove. Iowa. where a brother of Marilyn's is buried. They said it was an enjoyable four days. Sunday Janet Jones and Marilyn Mosier attended a picnic in the park for the reunion of the Oscar Mosier fam- ily. Dennis and Zola Johnson attended Sam Hubbard' s ball game in Hastings not Sam Peyton- as previously reported. They attended Grace Minge's ball game at Hebron on Friday night. Dennis and Zola visited his mother, Viola Johnson, at Blue Hill on Sunday and ate supper with her. Mike and Ellen Buresh attended Ryan Buresh' s ball game at Plainville. Joining Vernon and Betty Corman for Father's Day supper were Nancy and Bill Vossler. Pare and Brad Shuck and Richard and Mary Alice Corman. They had a picnic supper and a visit. Cleora Ficken attended the memo- rial service in Deshler for Allen Sorge. After work Lucy Wegener joined her mother for supper. Marilyn Holtzen had an appoint- ment in Hastings on Thursday and then spent the rest of the day with her daugh- ter, Gina Anderson, Lexi and Gracie. Sandy Wolters and family returned to their home in Flower Mound, Texas. after visiting her parents. Willard and Ann Hinds. Working at "Things and Stuff" for Davenport's Day were Barb Powers and Sallie Pfeifer and Annie Ficken and Donna Lawson. Derek, Tracy, Dylan. Gavin and Adrienne Anderson stayed Thursday evening until Monday with Phil. Deb and Dan Johnson. Father's Day all of the above and Wendell and Arla Zabel, Roger and Chris Fehr and Edna Johnson ate dinner at Hebron. Edna Johnson attended hospital' guild meeting at Thayer County Hos- pital last Wednesday morning. A reception was held after the wor- ship service at Christ's Lutheran for Whitney Miller who joined the church. Joe Keim had hip replacement on Thursday and returned home on Sun- day. He was at St. Elizabeth's. Lin- coln. Bill and Liela Krupicka stayed Thursday and Friday at Lake Calamus Dam visiting friends. Olga Reinke and her daughter, Donna. went to Thornton. Colo., to visit Heath and Kathryn Meyer and Lily. This is the first time Olga got to see her new great-granddaughter, Lily: They went by plane to Boise, Idaho, and visited Olga's daughter and Donna's sister, Judy, and Mike Sivey. Marty Picken, Jr. came late Friday evening and left Saturday afternoon after visiting his grandmother, Annie Ficken. The Methodists met at the parson- age on Sunday to spif it up for the new mimster, Mike Anderson, and his wife. A picnic was held at noon. Last Tuesday evening seven people arrived at the home of Allen and Dor- othy Boss and stayed until very late Thursday night. Janice Sorge and chil- dren, Steven, Anne and Kimberly and three grandchildren from Hayden, Idaho, came for the memorial service for Janice' s husband, Allen Sorge. The service was held on Thursday morning at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Deshler. Allen had been baptized and confirmed there. After the service, lunch was served to the family, rela- tives and friends. Attending from Allen and Dorothy' s family were Rose Welch of Johnson Lake, Donna Fowler, Hastings, Janet and Dave Larkins, Deshler, and Carol and Ronn Pearson, Davenport. Anne, Maddux, and Samuel Neilitz from Savage, Minn., were here a few days with her parents, Earl and Ruth Ann Fuse, and sister, Debbie, Tim, Colton and Morgan Lowery. On Sunday evening those above met Chistine and Ralph Haen, Patrick and Piper, Lincoln, Neb., Josh, Kelli and Maylin Day, Hebron, Gerrica Miller and Shane Hemberger of Hastings at Kerry's home at McCool Junction to celebrate Ruth Ann' s birth- day. Helen Watson hosted the Kramp family reunion at the Deshler Library Sunday. Allen and Dorothy Boss at- tended. Davenport Senior Center Menu July 4 through July 8 Monday: Closed. Tuesday: Shepherd's Pie with veggies, honey-bran muffin, lemon bar. Wednesday: Polish dog on a bun, potato salad, corn, apricots. Thursday: Mesquite chicken, creamed potatoes and peas, chunky fruit, cookie. Friday: Pollock wedge, cheesy po- tato bake, cole slaw, pears. Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen The MNO Bridge Club group met at Courtland last Wednesday for lunch and cards to Celebrate the birthdays of Jodi File and Virginia Petersen. Shirley Gunn was hostess and provided birth- day cake in the afternoon. Thursday supper guests of Kent and Cathy Chase were Pastor and Jean Walls and their guests, Scott, McKinley, Whitney, C.J. and Garrett. Last weekend guests of Mary Agnes Johnson were Wayne Johnson, Leslie Ann Fogle and Amy Adee. All visited Dana for Father's Day. Kent and Jean Smith brought din- ner and celebrated Father's Day with Jack and Ethlyn Smith. Father's Day was celebrated Satur- day evening by Verlyn, Julie, Jean Farlee and Amy Farlee who spent the weekend at home. Attending the bridal shower honor- ing Amanda Baumann, bride-elect of Trenton Weber, at Concordia last Sat- urday morning were Vida Boman, Sheila Blanding, Vickie Osborne, Jan Davis and Bonnie and Linda Elliott. Glenna Brown was a last Sunday supper guest of Mark, Loisann and Karen Brown. Karen visited Monday with Glerma. Jim and Evelyn Hurley had Sunday lunch with Garold and Illene Blazek and in the afternoon John Griffins, " Glasco, was a visitor. Butch and Donna Noble spent last Sunday at Lovewell Lake with Mike, Amy Landgren and family. Pastor Roger and Jean Walls left last Monday for Dallas to take Scott and children back to the plane and Garrett back to Fort Hood. Vida Boman was a last Sunday din- Open 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Monday- Saturday | Open Thrusday evening to 7:30 p,m. .J Providing Pharmaceut/ca/ Care to our Community Lane and Anna Hawley, Owners Title Insurance - Abstracting - 1031 Exchanges - Escrow Closings Where title is concerned WE DO IT ALL and WE DO IT BEST! Residential- Commercial- Agricultural Michael W. Kassebaum, President Nuckolls County Resident for over 17 years 422 N. Hastings Ave., Suite 102 Main (402) 463-4198 PO Box 1347 Fax (402) 463-6480 Hastings Neb., 68901 Evening Hours: Home (402) 756-7087 Email: adamslt@windstream.net Website: www.adamslt.com Professional service with small town, family treatment!! her guest of Pat and sons; Chad Brett, Manhattm Darrell and companied Bill Bellevue Saturd thleen (Gunn) C Dale and Mm Woodward and Lake for Father' Many from Williams-lsaacs tion in Superior Kent, Betty a acafe dinner wi Ahrens for Fath, and Dillon vL, Estaline Bouray Ron and Vi weekend guests Vic and PJ ] guests of Bob an, Paul and Jana q prise birthday pz hosted by her Chermak and t and family and ] family, Ward Aurar Bixby in Superi Belinda Mye weekend with B and on Sunday, tl lic County Muse Betty Bouray stand meetingat Rae Hobson b be hosting StOl 3 Tuesdays. III I Olive By Rosemary } Hymns sun morning worsh Hill Church w, Many Crowns,' and Glory Fille4 on the Sparrow the Cross Alon accompanying piano. Carol W Pastor David 1 and Vickie Osbom from Wamego and I. VIarilynn Birrell ac- and Connie Smith to ay to celebrate Ka- amer' s 90th birthday. ;e Baxajoined Denise family at Lovewell s Day. he area attended the )n wedding and recep- ast Saturday evening. ad Dillon Bouray had th Robert and Arlene r's Day. Earlier Kent ited Lawrence and ckie Hallagln were of Betty Evert. 3urge were weekend t Vera Burge and with '.hase attended a sur- ly honoring PatRodie daughters, Teresa tinily, Darcie Breuer 4arriah Sjolander and d visited with Kent Dr. "s spent Father's Day ob and Shirley Gunn icy toured the Repub- am. attended the 4-H food the 4-H office. lemorial Library will -hour the next four 00ill asemeyer i during the Sunday ) service at the Olive "e "Crown Him with "Heaven Came Down I my Soul," "His Eye is and Must Jesus Bare ",with Gloria Schlaefli he congregation on the ttters was song leader. Watters brought the children's BIN', story and message. Gloria played a 9iano solo for the spe- cial music. Visi ors during the service were Pastor D vid and Carol Watters' son and family. Paul and Lir da Hutchinson will host an Olive Hill., their home at Todd Jeffre Sunday evenin Gerald and Ja was their hirec high school. Ward and Nelson, accom Marie Chapma, were joined at man, Last Wed ummer get-together at :30 p.m. Friday July 8. , Northbranch, was a visitor at the home of ueline Boyles. Todd hand when he was in Georgie Chapman. panied Bruce and Rose i to Hastings where they acafe by David Chap- esday, Jessica and Allison Thomj son went to Manhattan where Altlison enrolled in classes at K- State. Latter th y and Anya Thompson had supper to gether at a cafe before they returned rome. Friday, Bo came and toot to the "beauty Lucille Richa ized afthe Brt pital. Michelle at Dye, Beatrice, Neb., his mother, Vera Dye, shop. Bob called on "dson who is hospital- dstone Memorial Hos- d Kameron Cool. York, Neb., were v sitors in the home of Twila Cool nd her house guests, Kennedy and errigan Cool. Kennedy and Kerrigan accompanied their mother and brother home after visiting in the home of their grandmother the past week. Sunday supper guests in the home of Robert, Alaina, Lynsday, Katelyn, Ashlyn and Jordan Brown were Bentley and Karen Parker, Republic, Jeff and Sue Guilkey, Superior, Neb. They cel- ebrated the I4th birthday of Katelyn and the 8th birthday of Jordon. Jessica and Allison Thompson and Kevin Garman, Burr Oak, attended the Sunday morning worship service at the First Baptist Church, Superior, where Allison served as pianist. It was reported Pastor Floyd Richardson is improving since his recent stroke. He is hospitalized in Lincoln, Neb. Brenda Lynch, Nora, Neb., was a last Monday evening guest in the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Bruce and Rose Marie Chapman. Vera Dye and Bob Dye were Friday afternoon visitors of Virginia Willett at the Superior Good Samaritan Cen- ter. Julianna Wilford, Superior, Neb., was also visiting with Virginia. Later Vera and Bob went out to acafe for supper. Carol Roe attended the annual bar- becue and program sponsored by the Hope Pregnancy Center. It was' held Sunday at the Church of Christ, Supe- rior, Colton May was a lunch guest of his great grandparents, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles, at a Superior rate. Jessica and Allison Thompson and Kevin Garman, Burr Oak, attended the Hope Pregnancy Center luncheon. Later Allison and Kevin participated in the program. Roger Roe joined the Vale Family for dinner at a Superior cafe Sunday noon. Later they all went to the Fairview Cemetery near Lovewell for the me- morial services honoring Mr. and Mrs. Terry Vale. After the services Terry and Carol (Roe) Garman hosted a time of visiting at the Scandia cafe for rela- tives. Donna and Gary Hanna, Riley, brought dinner to the home of her mother Vera Dye Sunday. lric, Kylee, Keagan and Kaden Roe, Joplin, Mo., were house guests of their grandparents Roger and Carol Roe Wednesday through Sunday morning. Their family and the Hilgendorf fam- ily homes escaped damage during the tornado that went through Joplin. The hospital where Angle worked was de- stroyed by the storm. Kendra Alcorn, Mankato, was a Sunday supper guest of Allison, Jes- sica and Darren Thompson. Deweese By Rosalie Black Marge and Clarence Swearingen went to Hastings this past Satarday to attend the Dryer family reunion, where all 10 Of Marges brothers and sisters were in attendance. Melica Potts and family from Okla- homa spent the past week in Deweese, spending time with her mom Lynda Rhodes, also while Melica was here she held a get together with many friends and family. Tyler Black and Jonathan Jackson spent a few days in Lincoln with there grandparents Eva and Bill Abbey. TaKayla and Kierra Black spent the weekend with there grandparents Ruth and Dennis Wentworth in Red Cloud. Bob Black was a weekend visitor of Ki Srr H Clinic I e Veterinary Clinic Dr. Darrell Kile 402-879-4060 II and large animal services Grooming appointments )use calls Country calls After-hour emergencies lours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m..Noon FREE =-STIMA TES Underground Sprinklers - New Installation - Repairs - Turn Ons and Offs "# Curbing - Many Color and Design Options - Successful Root Barrier -Reduces Trimming Time Angel Young 402-879-5779 Website: anzedging.com Email: anzed ging@hotmail.com e=.,=, Su erior carpet Clean00g Inc. "The name says it all!" Sa, e your carpets, don't soak them in w; ter, have them dry-cleaned today! No water..No wait...No waste! Locally owned and operated Missy and Tony Aksamit, Owners James Sumpter, Cleaning Technician Call t >day for a free estimate at 402-879-1268 't & grouted tile floors ............ [1"-- the Ryan Black family, The 4thof July is coming up and I hope everyone has a safe but fun time and gets a chance to spend some time with family and friends doing some- thing fun. On Saturday night Deweese will have some live entertainment, starting at 3:30 three great bands will start playing for the whole evening a nice way to kick off the 4th of July week- end. I Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey i i, I've finally joined the modern age, and have a computer online, so I'm going to be e-mailing my column from now on. That is, if everybody keeps their fingers crossed until I learn how to work this new,tangled machinery. On June 16, Ronn Simpson asked me to insert a note about his apprecia- tion of the action on Lonnie Knehans at the county courthouse. Ronn had gone there on business and noticed that the flag was tattered at the edge and was caught on the pole and whipping itself to pieces. He mentioned it to Lonnie, who "got right up from his chair," Ronn said, and "went out and replaced the tattered old flag with a brand new one." Ronn appreciated the prompt atten- tion to this matter, as he is a veteran and proper respect for our country's flag is important to him. The biggest news in town this past week was the horse show up at the Rocking R' Arena. Riders and their horses, from Franklin, Glenvil, Lawrence, Nelson, Harvard, Hastings, Deweese, Guide Rock and Mankato, ompeted in several events, including western pleasure, open walk-trot, rein- ing, horsemanship, pole bending, trail and various speed events. The"crow's nest," Bruce Ohmstede built for a judging stand looks very nice; makes Guide Rock's little arena 10ok just like some of the big rodeos. I have photos of some of the competi- tors, but couldn't figure out how to take them off my digital camera and put them into this new computer's e- mail program--maybe next'time. I have not managed to get in touch with Laura Ely, so I don't have any results of any of the events. I asked one competitor, as she was walking back from the arena, "How did you do?" She told me they didn't win anything. The horse was appar- ently rather unhappy about that, be- cause he shoved his head against me, like he wanted a shoulder to cry on because he didn't win. However, his rider told me that this was only the second time he'd been in competition, so she hadn't expected to win. There was a thoroughbred, named Giraffe, waiting to compete in the speed events. His rider, Michelle Blakeley of Hastings, told me Giraffe was a "res- cue" horse from a racetrack. She was keeping Giraffe out of the arena with the other horses, because like any trained race horse, he could no! tolerate another horse ahead of him. There were also several dogs there, just as spectators. One little border collie, named Megan, laid a six-inch stick at my feet and begged me to throw it for her. Since she was on a leash, we couldn't have a proper game of"chase the stick" but I did manage a few tosses for her until she grabbed the stick too hard and it broke. All told it was a fun day for all concerned. Both CPI and Ely Grain report"just the same old. same old." In other words,they're just spraying post-emer- gence corn, some soybeans, moving a bit of grain and waiting for wheat har- vest. Rod Ely expects that they will be starting this week for the earliest fields. On our way to Red Cloud the other day, I noticed a couple of fields look- mg pretty ripe, so it won't be long. Not much news in my column this week; I'm still on a learning curve with this new computer and didn't leave myself enough time to gather news before (attempting) to e-mail my col- umn to the newspapers. More next time, I hope. Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter attended the rehearsal supper at the Elks Friday for the wedding of Kayla Porter and Brady Grove. Lorain Faimon and Jerome Fleck of Lincoln, arrived Fri- day at the Porter home. Pare McDe- rmott and Addy of Lincoln arrived Friday. After attending the Saturday Wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Superior they returned home Sunday. Richard Porter and Kristen were overnight guests of Ron and La- Veta Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Porter at- tended the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacobitz attended the reception at the country club. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell, Drew, Danielle, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Clements and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoelting and sons attended the wed- ding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Buescher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kalvoda, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schermier joined Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter at a Nelson care Tues- day at noon. They played cards in the afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter. Lois Hamel, Sharon Scl)iermeyer, and Nluriel Follmer hosted the Red Hat gathering Thursday at the enior cen- ter. More than 24 attended the dinner and watched the movie '.'The Step Mother. Y Dennis Follmer stopped by a couple times during the week to help with some work at his mother's. Muriel and Ivalee Jacobitz attended the Porter- Grove wedding, reception and dance at the country club, Bernita Ostdiek has beeia spending time with her daughter, Stacey and husband and new little gragdson. Muriel Follmer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer to Lovewell Lake Sunday where they n'let Mr. and Mrs. Mark Follmer, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown, and Evie Olson who were camping. Mark grilled steaks. Mr. and Mrs. John Price, Sidney and Ben were invited to join them Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert called on Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Gru- mmert of Glenvil Thursday. Friday, they attended the open house to help June Persinger celebrate her 90th birth- day at the Nazarene Church. In last week's paper, I made the mistake irrcovering Eldrick,and Elsie s trip to Wisconsin where they went to visit her sister, Dorothy Reeve and Darrell and Dennis Reeve. not Denise. Ivalee Jacobitz was in Superior Wednesday for a Ioctor'S Appoint- ment and visited Lucy Richardson at the hospital and Clint. Mrs. John Jensen was a Thursday coffee guest of Ivalee. Evan mad Emily spent Friayevening with their Grandma Jacobltz. Others stopping by were Jacob Jaaobitz, Dan, Markee and Jaycee. This newspaper availalple on the internet at ] http//www.superiorre.com Wednesday August 10, 2011 Historic Ride of the City Tour the Georgian Seelye Mansion C.W. Parker Carousel Pizza Hut Btiffet "Smoke on the Mountain" at the Great Plains Theatre Sign up by luly 15, 201 / $89 per person (full payment required to save spot) [ I Trip Price Includes: Bus, coffee, rolls, lunch and all entry fees. 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