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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 9, 1992 " ' FF Ifil lib IIIIIII I ' '1' H I I Ame Barnes andCollin Stubbs :o attended orientation activities fit the University of Nebraska, Keamey, recently. Lmich guests of Neva Niel- sen Friday were John Ferguson, North Port, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson, Glenwood Springs, Colo., and Wendy Nelson, Den- veT. "Locals "Features eCommunityEvents L Li Rick, Linda and Lacey Gra- ham and Gwen Williams went to Lawton, Okla., July 3. They were 4th of July visitors of the Graham's son, Chad, at Fort Sill, Okla. He will graduate from basic training in the Army na- tional Guard July 30. Doug and Julie Cassias and Bodie, Webber, Frances lUing- worth, Muriel Doll, Fairfield, Margaret Harvey and Max and Phyllis Darling, Superior, helped AUcia lllingworth celebrate her ' 20th birthday Sunday evening in Webber. Refreshments were served. Kenneth and Mary Studier are moving to Hebron today (Thursday). Studier was named area manager of Lincoln Tele- phone and Telegraph, Hebron and Geneva. He will continue to be in the Superior office two days a week and Mrs. Studier will commute to her work at Superior Tour and Travel. Mr. and Mrs. John King vis- ited Thursday through Saturday at Manhattan. They attended the change of command ceremony for the Ist Replacement Com- pany Thursday afternoon at the Artillery Parade Field at Ft. Riley. Their son, Capt. Gene King, turned over command to Capt. James Hicks during the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peters- en, Mr and Mrs. John Jensen, Clay Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Petersen, Scott, Becky and Stacy, Fairbury, went to Alamogordo, N.M. Wednesday, June 24. Kristie Petersen, Lin- coln, was met at the El Paso, Texas, airport and arrived Thursday afternoon. All attend- ed the Saturday afternoon wed- dins of Diana Hawley, of Mr and Mrs. Mack Hawley, and Michael McGill. They re- turned to their respective homes Tuesday. A potluck dinner in honor of Gary Ewer, Crystal Springs, Miss., and his daughter, Kim Burr and husband, Billy Ray, was at the VFW Hall Sunday af- ternoon. Attending_ were Ches- ter and Helen Ewer, Guide Rock, Melvin Ewer and Mer- ritt, Clay Center, Frank and Ella Mac Morvak and Peggy, Guide Rock, Tom Snell, Lincoln, Brian and Nate Aker, York, Rex and Joan Albertson, Republic, Irene Gholson, Lepta Heiden, Carol Cl,de, Brenda Hoskins and Mtchael, Cliff and G'mgezex White, 'Praci and Nick and Max and Phyllis Darling. The greased pig contest, sponsored by the Nuckolls County Pork Producers, is always a popular event at the Superior July 4th Celebration. Many of the youngsters find it is difficult to grab hold of a struggling pig. Craig 7adina, Tricia and Tyler and Randy Johnston, Den- ver, were recent visitors at the Leo Zadina home. Zadlna and Johnson went on to Indiana for the July 4th holiday, They re- turned to Superior Tuesday for the children and returned to Denver Tuesday evening. I I LAP""E4"eTg'373/, I J00YSang'terr I Sunday Buffet s00,,oa sto,,, s60o and Roast Pork ,.c,uded Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $ 00 C.ildrsn $400 over u Tax undM 10 Tax Included Included Airman Robert Core Jr. re- cently graduated from basic train- ing at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Core is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Core and a 1989 graduate of Superior High School. Maiestic, Crest & Blair Hebron, Superior, Belleville Saturday Evening Special Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Willett were John Ferguson, North Port, Ha.; Bob and Pennie Timberlake and daughters, Emily Anne and Sarah; Mike and Cindy Perez and daugh- ters Ginni Leah and Kate, Kansas City; AudraWillett, Houstort, and Bill and Julia Hiber, Vickenburg, Ariz. Mary Gould and her grand- daughter, Loft Barber, Kansas City, visited Mr. and Mrs Melvin Shciermeyer and other relatives here last week. Joining them Saturday were Roger and Audrey Kirchhoff and Todd and Kelly and Laura Kirehhoff mad Kyle, Chicago. Five generation pictures were taken. Mr. and Mrs. Schiermeyer took Mrs. Gould and Loft to Hiawatha, Karl., Monday where Carol Bar- ber, Kansas City, met them to take them home. July Faukton, Superior. Jul Ostdiek, riot, July Atkins, Burr Oak. Jul, Little River, Waldron Byron. July Nelson. July rior. July Oren Reeve, ter, Nelson; Cloud. Death: July Nelson. Stokes, July 3- "Faukton, Superior. steak $699,. or Shrimp tax Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday ,:00,:m ,o ,0:00 p.m. $290 Hamburger ...................... P,u, Tax and French Fdes "--90 Salad Bar ............................ P,u. All You Can Eat T=x Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack..,...$1.99 Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. Dr Robert Copeland, chair- man of the music department at Geneva College, Beaver Fails, Pa., was guest of Pastor and Mrs. Ralph Joseph for the weekend. He was here to attend his class reunion. Sunday morning he led the singing at the Reformed Pres- byterian Church. VCR & NINTENDO CLEANING & REPAIR SERVICE AVAILABLE HERE , All W0rkGuaranteed For Details, ask at video centerslisted bel0w, Jerry and Diane Applegate and Amanda, Keamey, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Applegate, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Wyatt, Sunday guests in the Applegate home included Rob, Ben, Charlie and Michael Applegate, Lincoln, and Peg and Tim Aldrup, Hardy. Weekend guests of Marie Day were Mr. and Mrs. George Bums, Normal, Ill., Linda Con- lin and Amanda, Hudson, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Ken Buchanan, Sioux Falls, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Oltman, Spearman, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Porter and family, Grand Island, Kathryn Rust, Peggy Thaut, Eric and Amanda and Patti Lindteigen, Amber and Eli, Hastings. They had a picnic in the park Sunday. Mrs. Day and Mrs. Bums visited their sister, Mrs. Rust, in Hast- ings Wednesday. CREST Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska Boxoffice opens: 7:00 p.m. Showtime: 7:30 p.m. One Show Only Adults: $3.25 - - Kids & Senior Citizens w/cards: $1.75 I July 1o.16 CINEMA H 3 A CNILUN' NIW OMImY IN FUIA I Erin Lervold and Heidi and Lucas Bonner have been staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brace Bonner, came for the 4th of July week- end. They all left for their home in Kansas City Sunday. Also visiting in the Hale home w[e. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hale, Eric and Nathan, Austin, Texas. Other July 4th visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Garver, Hast- hags, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson and Joby, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hale re- ceived word that their grandson, Che Ashiy Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hale, won first place nationally in computer aided drafting. This competition was at the Technology student Association national conference in Richmond, Va. Hale previ- ously, placed first in state com- petition. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hale and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson recently returned from a trip to State College, Pa., to at- tend his graduation. Rudy Streit is harvesting vine-ripened tomatoes from the plants growing in his new greenhouse. Next year Stroit plans to expand his Guide Rock greenhouse. Ostdiek, rior; Korb, July rior. July Spring, July Little Vine-ripened tomatoes in Byron; Mary Guide Rock greenhouse Miller complete By Gloria Garman Rudy Streit, Guide Rock, is over his head in tomatoes. Hav- ing built a 15 ft. by 32 ft. green- house in his back yard, this year, Streit started 120 tomato plants from seed in January. By the middle, of June, rip tomatoes were ready for harvest. The to- matoes are "Mr. Stripey," a greenhouse, 4 to 6 oz. variety. Most of the plants are now 14 feet tall. "I've had no problems selling the tomatoes. So far they've gone to restaurants in Red Cloud and Guide Rock and to some in- dividaals," Streit stated. I00NuckoUs County Museum Many different exhibits at sack from the Oak Mill. Out of the Nuckolis County Museum place? Think about it. will catch your eye. In the 30s and early 40s farm Along with mannequins women would take great care se- primly attired in early.day cloth lectin 8 just the right sack when ing can be found a lowry xeeo purchasing their chicken feed. Dempsey family These sacks were used for cloth- ing, pillow eases and curtains. reunion July 4 Eventuany they found their way The families of the late Frank and Ethel Dempsey had a get-to- gether at the Mank. o Park July. 4th for a noon meal, visiting aria swimming ,in the Mankato _pool. Attending wereMadeiine S'flls Long Term Care, Mankato, mad into quilts and comforters. During the drouth years and the shortages of World War IL the versatile feed sacks bright- ened many wardrobes and homes. The museum and the country school house next door are open Calif., recently received a certifi- cate ofcommandationand aCali- fornia State Merit Cash Award for her recommendation suggest- ing a computer procedure that will save the state ttmeandmoney. Mrs. Proctor, a graduate of Superior High School in 1942, is The hyde phonics green- house is covered with clear poly-vinyl plastic, with a fill sand floor. The tomato plants are wa- tered with hoses connected to automatic timers. The plants are watered five times a day, for a minute and a half. The fertilizer and calcium are stored in tanks and fed through the watering system. Every other day the PH is checked.. Humidity and temperature in the greenhouse are monitored. Fans are activated if the temper- ature goes above 78 degrees. A heater automatically turns on if Jake Dr and Mrs. Hardy, recently future gram at the sphere and spac inson. ' The summer c seventh, ei ers' interest es with an ucational manned space shuttle future don. In tronomy in tla( dents train Icy and Christopher, Bonner the daughter of Pearl Langer and Springs, and Renee and Mar- the late Clay Langer. shall Holmes, Amy and Angela She retired from California Newton. state service in December 1991. ine Dempsey and her family, Jania Philo. MCook, Connie Russell, Tulsa, md Linda Ben- son and Vance, Mc For- rest and Vera Dempmy and their family, Kay and Rodney Horn and Byron. Woodridge, Ill., Renita and Mark Williams, Ash- HAMBURGER FRY Friday, July 10 Serving 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hamburgers $1 French Fries 50 Cheeseburgers $1.25 Carry-Out: Hamburgers $1.50 Cheeseburgers $1.75 Games starting at 8 p.m. Wedding Reception and Dance honoring Lisa and Eric -The magic lADlES' Nt00l.rr EACH THURSDAY is back again. Video Ne't: Shining Through, Bugsy, Eagles Club Grand Canyon, Katt's, Matt In The Moon. Superior, Net). Gueat8 With Members Welcome the night time temperature goes below 62 degrees. Through research, reading and videos on tomato raising, Streit prepared himself for this project. Future plans includes a larger greenhouse. Streit states, "It will be eight times larger than this greenhouse and I'd like to try cucumbers alSO." He adds, "I've always liked gardening. I grew up on a farm, so guess this is my way of farm- ing." space techniq' model rocketS. The 1985,-is mosphere work groups stimulate ry, science, U.S. space pilot Scandia Methodist Women meet "The Perfect Foundation, Captain Jesus the Son of God," was the Marilyn theme for the lesson given by Loren Shirley Johnson Thursday. morn- a ing at the Scandia Uniteo Meth- Jensen, odist Women's meeting. Brunch was served by Opal Gile and Paula Russell from ta- bles decorated in a patriotic motif for July 4th. Twelve members, the Rev. Phillips, Brenda and Brandi Herrman and Natashia Isaacson were present for the program centered on the theme, "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord," in correspondence with oth programs throughout the year. Brenda and Brandi Herrman Oct. sang "The Wise Man and the Ramstein Foolish Man." followed by the roOU p singing "How Firm a undation," 'q'he Church's One Foundation" and other se- lections. The Rev. Phillips dem- r, )),., voro onstmted building a perfectly balanced foundation. , ued During the business meeting, copy. Second it was decided the date for the fall supper will be Saturday, rh Nov. 21. LESLIE ated last Force Base, The given fith en received distinguished RelativeS mony Eren, Mrs. Loren Axel Black, Pratt, ka City Omaha. IH 449 N Superior, Traditional Open 6 a.m. to 8 .om.- Dinner Style Each Evening Cooking Luncheon = ":, Open Sun.days, 7 a.m. Four D,nner tO select Closed