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Thursday, July 3, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A guards marched inside a flotation device at the EdgarFest celebration Saturday evening gh the parade route they invited the public to "Have a ball at the Edgar swimming pool." By Helen Gebers Salem Lutheran Women of the Church served supper Tuesday evening to tornado clean-up workers at Peace Lutheran Church, Deshler Among those helping from this area were Murlene Schleufer, Nancy Hafts, Helen Gebers, Mary Ann Meyer and Edna Epley. Tim Koester, PMA, Deshler, led services at Salem Lutheran Church Sunday morning. A pot-luck dinner was served following services. Attend- ing were Irvin and Murlene Schleufer, Adella Gebers, Don and Helen Gebers, Alvin and Edna Epley, Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer, Dave, Sherry, Stacia and Haley Gebers, and Steve, Diane and Jamie Gebers. Lyle, Marlin and Cody Meyer were Monday and Saturday dinner guests of Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer. Cody is home on break from Art Institute, Den- ver. Last Tuesday night visitors of Alvin and Edna Epley were Lee, Judy and Erna Vieselmeyer, and Avery, Aaron and Jessica Oltmans, Davenport. Sat- urday morning Deb Koehler, Nelson, was a breakfast guest of Alvin and Edna. June 22, Mike and Karen Thayer visited Sandra Sterkel at the Madonna Home, and' Jerry and Shelly Bring, Lincoln, Neb. Lillian Thayer accompanied Cleo and Ruth Thayer to Deshler to view tornado damage. Virginia Lewis was among Bethanv Lutheran Church Women serving SUl - per to tornado victims at Peace Luth- eran Church, Deshler, last Wednesday evening. Jeff, Syndee and Brady Wulf, Guide Rock, were Saturday evening callers of Don and Helen Gebers and Dave, Sherry, Stacia and Haley Gebers. Hatey Gebers was a guest of Marissa Kovanda, Nelson, at Lovewell Lake Saturday. IIIIIII " e Roc represent the "Red Hat" ladies at the EdgarFest parade Saturday evening. Each lady wore a The Red Hat ladies organized this year. There are 17 members..The purpose of the , Davenport Senior Center Menu Monday, July 7: Crispy Pork sand- wich, hash browns, creamed carrots, fruit crisp. e Hours: Tues- - spent the week with her grandparents. Tuesday, July 8: Meatloaf, baked 1-4 p.m. LavernandLoyceWarrenwerevisi- potato, Riviera vegies, ice cream. rarian, tars of Kenneth and Donna Hansen. Wednesday, July 9: Chicken sand- the sun and the Betty Hansen spent Saturday to wich, fries, vegie pasta salad, peaches. you.--Jan WednesdayamongguestsofSteveand Thursday, July 10: Beef and brown Nancy Breault, Hastings, at Mahoney gravy, mashed potatoes, peas and car- the group on their way home from for the SeniorState Park. rots, strudel stick. Cawker City, where they had visited noon lunch at Geraldine Schultz attended Never Friday, July 11: Tuna bunwich,his mother. e,R.N., Idle Club at the home of Loetta augratin potatoes, raspberry- Last Tuesday afternoon Pastor Ri- A brief Pedersen, Hardy, Thtgsday ~fternoon. applesauce salad, cookie. . chard Fairbanks, Shirley Hunter and Was held. Donna June 22 dinner ~s of Emil and ..... Wanda Schriner visTt~d Verna read articles.Geraldine Stichka, to celebrate Emil's Jullior golf results Ohmstede, Guide Rock, and Mary 29, I 1:30 birthday were :George and Carol Judy, Steward, Superior, and presented each Nelson,andTedandElaineKimminau, The results of the Junior golf 2- with their50-year-pin for faithful ser- person scramble were Brock vices to the church. ur- Hastings.Afternoon visitors were Emil Luth- and Karen Stichka and Ashli, Grand ChristensenandTannerMiller50*and Lacie Wiley, Grand Island, stayed Nick Hawley and Zach Dressman 59; last week with her grandparents, Keith for tar- Island and Jarod Petersen. Craig Guilkey and Cody Butler 42* and Daisie Hartman helping grandma Many in the community have spent the Hi-Lo Pi- much time in assisting neighboring and Andrew Pritchard and Elizabeth with the cherry harvest. home Thursday communities with "clean up" tasks fol- Headrick 42; Ross Utecht and Alex Wanda Schriner visited Clara First willbe atthe lowing the damage done by tornadoes, Thayer 52* and Trent Rothchild and at Red Cloud Heritage Home Monday Reed Hafts 56; Aaron Leibel and Jarod morning. She later visited Beverly Goes and excess rain. Hass 43* and Christian Freeman and in her home. Franzen and Bethany Lutheran Church: Evelyn Brian Shipman 43 and Ethan Ross and Keith and Daisie Hartman attended ~Vere last Sunday Phillips, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., wor- md and ship with Holy Communion and Noisy DarrelIHeadrick61*andAustinPoole the 90th birthday celebration honoring remained and offering for World Hunger. Wednes- and Allison Kintigh 62. Allene Giger at the Elm Street Center. day, 8 p.m., council meeting. *Indicates the winner. They later visited Verlin and Gladys Harris at Heritage Center, Red Cloud. & COMPANY, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS ] I Raelyn D. Miller, C.RA. East 3rd Superior, Neb. 68978 51 Fax 402-879-4938 e-mail: miller@ danacole.com rs Great ...... And We're Looking For More/ I i ,, Amy and Andrew Bargen, Coralville, Iowa, David and Tatiana Bargen, Lincoln, Neb., Penny Bean and Matthew, Salina, and Deb Fricke, Tony and Callie, Lindsborg, were weekend guests of LyndaU and Bonnie Bargen. Saturday they all attended the Bargen family reunion at the Blue Valley Center, Hebron. Brenda Lynch accompanied Brendt, Becky, Gavin, Kamryn and Miranda Lynch, Holdrege, to Lincoln, Neb. where they were overnight guests of Brandon and Tanya Lynch. Thursday through Sunday they were in Des Moines, where Miranda participated in the National AAU gymmnastics meet. She was second place all around winner. They also visited Adventure- land and Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines. Stephanie Thayer sang with Free Beer and Chicken for the Hastings St. Cecilia alumni banquet Saturday evening at Hastings. Melba Lynch was a Sunday dinner guest of Soren and Rhea Thomsen, Superior. Melba accompanied Rhea, Diane Collins, Nelson, and Peggy Kulek, Hastings, to a bridal shower honoring Kylie Keim and Mitchell Kubicek at the United Methodist Church, Davenport, Sunday. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer at- tended the 50th anniversary open house for Jim and Lee Rodehorst at the Nel- son City Auditorium, and the open house for Garnet Tuttle's 90th birth- day at Nelson Good Samaritan Home Saturday afternoon. Sunday afternoon Irvin and Murlene visited Mine Kottmever and Meta Stiles at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior. They also visited Virginia Schleufer and Murlene vis- ited her mother, Beulah Ray. Irvin led worship at Bethany Lutheran Church, Ruskin, Sunday morning. Don and Helen Gebers visited Lou- isa Finke, Deshler, Sunday evening and her guests, Curtis Fintel and Norman and RoseUa Lunzmann. I I I I I By Wanda Schriner Sunday morning Keith Hartman Barbara Shoitz attended the Ne- filled the pulpit at the First Community braska State Trap Shoot at Doniphan Church in Oak. He and Daisie then Saturday watching her grandchildren, were invited to the home of Dale and Lindsay and Lance Garvin, partici- Keri Hartman and Emily for Sunday pate. dinner. Later in the afternoon, they Family and friends joined to throw were in the Blue Hill Care Center for a surprise 25th anniversary party for services there. Dale and Keri Hartman Les and Monica Montgomery June 22 andEmilyjoinedthemforsupper.Later at the Guide Rock City Park, More in the evening Terry and Arlene Wiley than 70 attended from as far as Texas, and Lacey, Grand Island, visited with California, South Dakota and Kansas. ARE YOUR TAXES TOO HIGH? Now you can do something about it. 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Age 10 and under golfers in the Superior Jr. Golf tournament recently were (from left) Ross Utecht, Trent Rothchild, Alex Thayer, Darrell Headrick and Brett Garver, Representing the age 11 group in the Superior Jr. Golf tournament ~ ecently were (from left) Austin Shipman, Brock Christensen, Tanner Mil~ .Aaron Leibel and Christian Freeman. Superior golf tourney Headrick, 81 and Caliie Boyles, 87. l~Uldt 'tJ[~ L''~'''aI'ICI-~'I~I"s The best 9-hole scores ~,f the day has 28 went to Spencer Trapp and Cody But- There were 28 players in the Supe- ler who shot 40s rior Golf tournament Tuesday at the Butler had the best 18 hole score Superior Country Club. with a 40-41-8 I. Thoseplacinginthel4-15agegroupFlag prize winners w,~,~ ,'~ndrew were Cody Butler, 81; Andrew Brazil, Brazil, m the 12 to 15 age ~ ~_, ~i~ for the 84; Luke Siel, 101; Andrew Pritchard, Iongcsl drive on #1; A~,~ I~eibe[, 103 and Tower Robinson, 104, closest to pin from off ~h~ ~ :~cn #3; In the 12 and 13 age group, Spencer Ross U~echt, closest 2nd h ~ ~'the 8- Trapp shot a 91; Sam Neilsen, 97; 10 year age group on hate :~C,~ Tanner Tyler Haskins, 120; Mike Kinyoun, Kraznik, shortest drive ~,~ l~ole #4; 122 and Tanner Kraznik, 130. Spent:~:r Trapp, closest t~; i~: ~'~ hole In the age 11 group, Christian Free- #5; "l'r~m! Rothchikl, clo