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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 9, 1992 ' " -' nkato Local News Ik ..... B, Elaine Thomas  .. ... _JJ Vete,00's Rep0000ta- Gr00,00Hes00r00dinIoniawith tive will be at the Mankato City Hall at 9:45 this morning (Thurs- day). Monsolete Trubey started physical therapy treatments at Mitchell County Hospital in Be- loitthis week. She will have treat- meats three times a week. Mark your calendars for the Mankato Sidewalk Sale on July 31 and August 1. Crissy and Joey Alcom of Eugene, Ore., came Wednesday to spend the remaining month of July with their dad, Jack, and Diann Alcom and Chris. Christopher and Jamie Harvey of Florida are here for the summer with their dad, John, and Julie Harvey. Congratulations to Jason Basel on being selected to the all- star team and winning the hustle award and to Landon McDill who took third in the Loper Contest at basketball camp in Kearney. Spending the July 4th holi- day with their parents, Clod and Geneva Hiltgen, were Carey and Lisa Hiltgen, Carly and Alex of Edmond, Okla; Wrayand Beverly Alexander, LandeD and Kaylee; and Scott and Pare Mueller, Ali- cia and Jordyn. Curt and Jeanine" Smullins, Rubble and Shena joined the group for fireworks. Wray, Bey and Landon have ione to Colorado on vacation. aylee is spending the week with Grandpa and Grandma Hiltgen. Carey was here to attend the 1972 Mankato High School class re- union. Ruth Hesser is in Columbia, Me., for a few days with her son, Bill, and Susan Hesser. Enroute home she will pick up her grand- daughters, Carl and Jessica Schmidt, at Winchester. The girls will visit in Mankato with their Don and Comnie Schmidt. Travis Shoemaker, Hays, and Robin Cox, Ottawa, were week- end visitors in the home of his parents, Bob and Sheila Shoe- maker. Gordon and Arleen Alcom, Ionia, brought cake and ice cream to the home of Ken and Monsolete Trubey Saturday to help the Trubeys celebrate their 55 th wed- ding anniversary. Kenny and Pare Kramer, Kyle, Brittany and Bethany, Coming, were weekend guests of Pain's parents, Henry and Alberta Diamond. Jay Diamond joined the group Saturday noon to cel- ebrate the birthdays of Brittany and Jay. June Pumphrey is working in Kramer's Furniture part time. Weekend visitors of Aileen Shoemaker were Ferna Louden, Christopher and Clinton of Irvine, Calif.; Dee Lee, Robin and Becky and friend, C. W. Ramon, Salina; Travis Shoemaker, Hays, and Robin Cox, Ottawa. Carla Lindberg and Alison Kinsey accompanied Linda Wood and Jamie Trimble to Wyoming for a few days with Linda's mother. Jamie will remain for a longer visit. Brandy Surmeier is visiting two weeks with her aunt and uncle in Grirmell. Recent visitors in the home of Bill and Barbara Thomas were Nora Jo and Keith Cavanaugh, Jennifer and Billy, Coleman, Texas; Bob and Darlene Woemer, Duane and Sheryl Woemer and girls, all of Superior; Betty Sybert and Claude Sybert, Savannah, Me.; Kevin, Debbie and Darous Allton and Roger and Susan Sweat and children, Salina; Lisa Tho- mas and Many Sorenson, Man- KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL hattan; Rex Thomas and Greta Lundblad and Vesta McCammon, Mankato. Angola Watawa, Concordia, was a weekend visitor in the home of Sherry Grelinger. Wayne of Judy Dunn, Clifton, celebrated the July 4th weekend with their daughter and family, Jerry and Diana Webb, Jeremiah, Dennis, Trent and Breanne. Dennis went home with the Dunns for two days. Lee and Shannon Lindsey, Jason and Carley, Stockton, were weekend visitors in the home of her parents, Dale and Jane Gemaehliclk Recent visitors in the Aileen Shoemaker home have been Gary, Tina and Larry Eugene Phillips, St. Charles, Me.; Debbie KeeNer, Joshua, Lucas and Samantha, Highland; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kathrens, Circleville; Dennis, Mindy and Madison Shoemaker, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards, Corey and two-week- old Taylor. Taylor is the youngest of Aileen's 20 great-grandchil- dren. Richard and Del Dempsey of Virginia have been visiting in the homes of his parents, Marr and Martha Dempsey, and his sister, Jane and Dale Gemaehlich. Jimmie Powell, Colony, was a Thursday evening visitor in the Doug Thomas home. Julie Schmidt, Victoria, is visiting her dad, Carl Schmidt, Ionia, and her grandparents, Don and Connie Schmidt. Lyle and Elizabeth Reece and Loide and Roena Nelson visited in the Ken Trubey home Sunday. They all enjoyed the anniversary cake Wanda Bohnert had brought. Justin Holt of Hastings vis- ited 'several days with his great grandparents, Ike and Eunice Hughes. Doug and Wanda (Gering) Winder and Michael of Illinois visited in Mankato Sunday. Rebecca Holdren and Roxanne Holdren of Omaha were weekend visitors of their parents, Walt and Vergaline Holdren and Crystal. Joyce Whitaker, Morgan, FeHowuhip face Mnday' colt, Tuesday, By Audrey Diamond The area received rain and some light hail Saturday evening. Reports of two inches to five or more were common. Mrs. Raymond Garton re- ceived word last Sunday that her brother, Orville Hanks, Sac- ramento, had died. Services were Friday in Sacramento. Lynn Parsons, Lucas and Lauren, Mission, Kan., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Thursday evening until Sunday. Lisa Parsons joined them Friday evening. Jeff Jens- by, Beatrice, Run Jensby, Phoe- nix, and Tim, Joe and Matt Ho- dler, St. Louis, went boating with the Jensbys and the Par- sons, Saturday morning. Jeff Jensby was a lunch guest of the Clarence Jensbys. In the after- noon all were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby, Belleville, for the annual family July 4 celebra- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Ruth- child and Shea, Jana Tuxhom and Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild and Erik, Dennis Rothchild, Shirley Crane and RelaxingintheloniaCity Parkafterdolivoringtho JewollCounty Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Alan News in The Superior Express are Trover Elkins (left) and Aaron Avis were Saturday evening Zadina. Brett, Chelsea, Kelly and Tella o f Homosassa Springs, Fla., visited her parents, Robert and Edith Love, and her sister and family, Bruce and Pat Burkhart, Jennifer and Brandi. Bruce was helping his father with harvest in south- west Kansas. Todd Kimminau, Omaha, was aweekend visitor in the home of his parents, Ralph and Lorena Kimminau. Bob Dean has been a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital in Beloit. dk INSURANCE "sece oureoficy" H :  Select Group of Coor&nates H Dlanne McCutcheon, Agent " p 913-543-6481 - Philliosburg, Kan. [] y_.5- Marn Other Sale ltems a __ 800-677-0118 , i M - ' " H II III III H I I ...... I III I III II III IIII II I ........ ' I I Up until 1830 when anyone purchased a bar of soap, the gro- cer simply hacked off a chunk from a large block. Don't Be Out-of-Date Let Us Keep You Up-to-Date On the latest news, sports, community events, editorials and area happenings! i iiii i i J i To Keep Up With the Times SUBSCRIBE TO: The Superior SS P.O. Box 258 Webber, Kan. X P.O. Box 408 Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-3291 ! Enter My Subscription to : IF i The Sul00erior Express i i Name: | Address I I City State Zip I L Amount New Renew I ii mim iie I m ili m i iii main e in n a i n u m nii mim J I $12 per year or throe yea for  in vae in Nebraa a Kaas EIsere, $18 per year or tee yea for  Mail sudptn Nk to: P. O. Box 408, Neb. 68978 or P.O. Box 258, Webber, Kan. 66970 Loretta Hutchison, a heart patient in Wesley Medical Cen- ter, Wichita, returned home Thursday. Congratulations to Merlyn Menhusen on the birth of his first grandson, Joshua. He was bum to Darryn and Donna Menhusen of Denver. Carrie Matson returned home Tuesday from Timberlake Ranch Camp near Marquette, Nob. She attended church camp for several days. Ruby Clark visited in the home of her daughter, Wanda and Keith Bohnert, in Mankato Sunday. Arlee Neilson joined the group for supper. Max Bourbon reports that they had a good season at the fireworks stand. There were several reports of golf ball size hail in Jewell Saturday about 5:30 p.m. Eugene and Connie Dunstan visited in the home of their son and family, Eric and Lisa, Tyler, Todd and Tegan, in Beloit Sun- day evening. They enjoyed shoot- They returned home July 4th. Wanda Farwell has been having tests run at the Jewell County Hospital. Charles and Roberta Holdren and Marie Means hosted a block party pot luck Saturday evening. After supper they en- joyed a fireworks display. Marguerite Topliff has been a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mallory of Idaho are visiting his mother, Mrs. Lillian Mallory. Kylee Shelton, daughter of Jeff and Janell Shelton, of North Platte, is spending a week with her grandparents, Frank and Thelma Shelton. Marie Means is working part time at the Jewell Variety. Mr. and Mrs. John Adkins of Richland, Wash., have been visiting her mother; Betty Atkinson. Congratulations to Harold and Marilyn Topliff on the birth of their granddaughter, Emily Trent, bum to Kris and Angela and Noodles, inOran with Fruit. Wagon Steak, Vegetable Roll, Apricots. Fish, Fruit WW Roll, Cream; Sour Pork WWA Roll, Tin 1st ria Garrnan first birthday at great Ivan Hughes, night. Helping homemade were her Garman, bets, bers, Belleville, Billie Jc and Jerry Hancock JosfinHoit and Laura Angle, and Iko Hughes, The week of June 40, and there are insects. These in the weekly areas around fields. Now is and least grasshoppers. spray the the morning hoppers begin to the fields and The and Sevin will fective, also. Last year hatched the This week of July bark and other ing fireworks. Congratulations to Richard and Sandy Meier on the birth of their grandson, Jordan Scott, who was born to Allen and Dorothy Meier of Lindsborg. Toby and Tessa Douglas, children of Mema and Kevin Shelton of Lyons, spent some time with their grandparents, Dave and Oma Matter and Vir- linia Douglas of Glen Elder. Trent of Salina. Mr. and Mrs. McDaniels spent the 4th of July weekend visiting their daughter Sue and family in Lexington. Anyone wishing to rent the American Legion Building in Jewell should contact Bill Farwell. Loretta Hutchison was a Fri- day night supper guest of Craig Farwell and Donna Sanborn. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild to celebrate July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ruth- child called on Bill McGill and Birdie Blair Monday morning. Tuesday afternoon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Havel, Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ruth- child visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothcild, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild and Erik were Sunday evening visitors of the Delbert Rothchilds. Donna Marr visited Merle Watson Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marr visited Mr. and Mrs. Dtiane Snyder, Mankato, and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Snyder, Stephanie, Laura and Erica, Sunday evening. Emille Hvolball, Grover City, Calif, was a Wednesday over- night guest of Merle Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walker, Harlingen, Texas, called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Donna Davis, Wamego, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell, Sat- urday until Sunday evening. Sandra Bothwell joined them for supper Saturday. Lori Renz and Aaron and David and Jim Both- well were Sunday atemoon visi- tors. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wil- liams and Donald visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan Sunday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Vince Puyear, Brent and Jessica, LaCrosse, were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies. They were enroute home from vacationing in Nebraska, Iowa and visited Marcia Smies at Iowa City, Iowa. Amanda Matthews, Beloit, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild, Friday until Sunday. Matha Mat- thews, Laura, Lanae and Jason Davis we Sunday supper guests and took Amanda home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kort and Rita Friday to help Rita celebrate her lath birthday. Enroute home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair, MiDday and BrandeD, Hardy. Ten members of the Webber United Methodist Women met Tuesday evening at the church to discuss the church centennial celebration in September. A the little Shirley meeting .of the, administrative ; The popular board followed the UMW meet- ing. contest will Audrey Diamond took Argie Jewell County Appleby to Concordia Thursday will be held on for her eye checkup. Mr. and 28. The public Mrs. Mark Butts and Erin, Kear- uled for 7:30 hey, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dia- An mend, Nicolette and Ashley cow and were Sunday dinner guests of birthdates Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond. Feb. 1 are registered Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter mereial herd. MANtt'00 0 PLUMBING andMr, andMrs. EdV00eter show a were Saturday Sulr guests of blood test .... -- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grammer. showdate. :: . PUaNCE Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter The contest is.  t , and Mr and Mrs 00entin t00ece ,oducer who ,at, were Sunday supper guests of t pr participate, pri 00nta GE Appliances * Water Softners Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross. be given to the to, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler in each division, tw  Reverse Osmosis Water Purifiers visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond date is July 2,4. i,'!! Garton Friday evening. Wheat Field i' I Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Margaret Mettler called on Your wheat 113 N (ommercial Margaret Warren and Mr. and ed and hauled t0. Mrs. Dwight Man" Saturday to the farm bin. Mankato, Kan. Phone 913-378-3511 morning. Mr. and Mrs. Willard when you haulea ",, Mettler visited Mr. and Mrs. of the field?. Victor Collins, Concordia, Sun- some of the m day afternoon. They were Sun- rus, potash and, day cafe supper guests of Mr. minor fertilizer PUBLIC AUCTION and Mrs. Chuck Collins. you need to repl_. 4.. Troy W00re00, Lincoa, and ents? Wh= [l We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public Mr. and Mrs. Doug Warren, tions? Guess lll'h,. auction the following described property, located at Melanie and Haley were supper er to apply ; "tl 156 East 4th Street, Superior, Neb. Beginning at 10:00 guests of Margaret Warren Fri- field. The s  " day. Troy Warren, Linda War- collect a con a.m. on red and Mr. and Mrs. Doug send it to a Satln] iy, July 11 Warren, Melanie and Haler and use the were Sunday dinner guests of when MODERN FURNITURE: Rust Ve' 'et Recliner; Book Shelf; Flowered velvet 3 cushion sofa; Wood armed love seat; 3 Twin beds; Weight set with bench; Rust swivel rocker; Beige swivel rocker; Earth tone carpet; Console stereo; Upholstered odd chairs; Recline rider exercise machine; Coronado refrigerator with bottom freezer; 2 lamp tables LAWN AND GARDEN and MISCELLANEOUS: Snap- per mower with bagger; Murray gas mower; Black-and Decker electric mower; Lawn fertilizer cart; 2 Electric hedge clippers; Rakes and micellaneous; 3-h.p. garden tiller; Coleman camp stove with oven BOAT: 1966 Srcraft 16-ft., windshield, new floor, car- pet and Johnson 60-h.p. outboard motor ANTIQUES and COLLECTIBLES: Kellogg oak crank telephone, nice; Daisey butter chum; Assortment of Red Ruby glass; Glass rolling pin; Lots of miscellaneous glassware; Gateleg table; Hall seat (replica and painted) with mirror; school desks GUNS: Winchester-savage 16-gauge automatic shot- gun, nice, I.D. required to purchase gun. This is only a partial listing, much more by sale time. SALE CONDUCTED BY Gale Mikkelsen, Complete Auctmn, Real Estate and Appraisal Service 408 N Central, P.O. Box 184 ,, Superior, Nob. 68978 I.dbx Phone 402-879-4. 464 |:1 Auctioneers: Gale Mikkelsen | and Brad Elting Mrs. Warren. She accompanied Troy Warren to Superior Sunday evening for the fireworks dis- play. Visitors of Mrs. Warren this week were Avis Ross, Mar- garet Mettler, Elva Hanson, Gla- dys Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and Mrs. Mark Butts and Erin. how tO A two-foot will give needed mendations. probe, you from the office. I use. BeB Baker's 103 N Commercial, Mankato, DAILY BAKED BAKERY Homemade I "Daily Noon Specials" Monday .. Salad Bar and Dell Sandwi Hours: Monday- Thursday 7 a.m "9 Friday and Saturday 7 a.m.- 9 P,".= Sunday 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. and 5