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Locals Features eCommunity Events Ron Smullins, Kristen and Garrette, Stratton, Colo., were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Blair, Ste. Genevieve, Me., were Thursday arid Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair. Bernetha Lake and Betty Zadina visited Eda Lake, Lin- coin, July 9. Steve Lake, Ogallala, surprised his mother was also a visitor there. He is ephew of Bernetha. Schleufer wins $500 scholarship Lisa Schleufer of the Nelson FFA chapter is the recipient of a $500 scholarship from the Na- tional FFA Organization. She will use the funds to pursue a degree in veterinary technology at Colby Community College. Schleufer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schleufer, Nora, received notice of the scholar- ship after a national panel judged Schleufer's application among the best in the nation. Judging criteria included an evaluation of Schleufer's super- vised agricultural experience program in agricultural educa- tion, FFA activities, school and community involvement, high school grades and career plans. Her FFA advisor is Tim Laughlin. !!: i: Amanda Reinke is being presented a plague tn r ec ..nition of her service on the Byron Public Library Board. Present board members are (from left) Laveta Wit, Henrietta Grauerholz, Evelyn Grueber, Gwen Grueber, Sonja Nutsch and Leora Freitag. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith, Dallas, Texas, visited her mother, Rose Fintel, July 1-6. Mrs. Albert Wehrman, Nel- son, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen to Grand Island last Wednesday where they vis- ited Mrs. Howard Crosby and her guests, grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fettinger, Lin- coln, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sittler, Grand Island. Juyl 6-9p.m. Wednesday and Thursday July 7--Girl, Sandra- and David Lucas, Superior. Admissions July 6: Ruth Cook, Oak. July 7: John Tyree, Superior. July 8: John Lowery, Superi- or; Amy Schnakenberg, Court- land; Donna Hornbussel, Superi- For more information contact the Superior, Neb. Amanda Reinke, who served 28 years on the Byron Public Li- brary Board, recently retired when she moved to Hebron. She held the office of secretary on the board. A retirement party in her honor was at the library May 22, sponsored by the present library board. Mrs. Reinke was presented a gold plaque during the coffee hour in recognition of the many years she served on file board. Those attending the party were served coffee and a cake in the shape of a book decorated with pink roses. In addition to Mrs. Reinke's interest in reading, she taught music lessons for many years m or. July 9: Vernon Runyan, Hardy. July 10: Clifford Young, Su- perior; Raymond Amack, Guide Rock. July 11: Thelma Read, Burr Oak; Melvin Smidt, Superior. July 12: Lawrence Gilbert, Red Cloud; James Hallgrimson, Superior; Victor James, Guide Rock; Walter Peterson, Superi- or. Dismissals July 6: Lavon McCune, Su- perior; Patricia Standley, Haz- ard. July 7: Ben Shaw, Superior. July 8: Forrest Childress, Guide Rock; Ruth Cook, Oak. July 9: Amy Schnakenberg, Courtland; Floyd Towne, Nel- son. Death: Hazel Striggow, Edgar. July 10: Donna Hornbussel, Superior; Almcta Larson, Edgar; Sandra Lucas and baby, Superi- or. July 12: Raymond Amack, Guide Rock; John Lowery, Superior; Melvin Smidt, Superi- or. Davenport library The summer Reading Pro- gram, "Books Come in All Fla- vors," will be at the Davenport Public Library July 21 and 28, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., ages pre-school through second grade. The pro- gram is sponsored by the Daven- port library board and LeClub. woman the Blue Valley Nursing Home, Hebron. The Reinkes are the parents of two sons, Ronald and Wal- lace. Ronald and wife, Janet, live in Friend and Wallace and Karla are residents of Imperial. The elder Reinkes have three grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. The Byron Public Library is served by Henrietta Grauerholz, librarian, and she is assisted by Gwen Gruebcr. More than 7,000 books have been catalogued for public use. Library hours are Wednesday and Saturday morn- tugs, 9 a.m. to noon. Byron. She and her husband, Guests in the home of Lillian William, owned and operated Thayer the past week were Mr. the Byron Lumberyard for ap- and Mrs. Stun Thayer, Amy and proximately 45 years until his Ryan, Mucker, Colo., and Jeff retirement. Ill health necessitat- Thayer, Jarred, DerekandHeath, named to the dean's list for the Milner cueing. ed his becoming a resident of Commerce, Texas. 122 East Fourth St. - Superior, Neb. Make Appointments Now Phone 402-879-4442 ii WALK-INS LCOME Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. --- Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Boxoftiee opens: 7:00 p.m. Sho ing time: 7:30 p.,n. ONE SIIOW ONLY Adults: 3.25 Kids & Senior Citizens /eards: S1.75 SATURDAY. JULY 31 All Day - Displays of our heritage will be open at the Church 12 Noon - Registration begins at the Church 5 p.m. - Pork Barbecue at the Ruskin Community Center; meal tickets must be reserved; $4.50 for adults, $2.50 for children 10 and under, free for 3 and under 8 p.m. - A Service of Remembrance and Thanks- giving; Pastor John Sorenson will deliver a message; there will be a Confirmation Class Roll Call and reaffirmation of Confirmation vows. SUNDAY. AUGUST 1 10 a.m. - Festival Service with lloly Communion; Pastor Ilaroid Laursen, Deshler, will serve as guest preacher. 12 Noon - Catered noon meal at the Ruskin Community Center; meal tickets must be reserved; $6.75 for adults, $3.75 for chil- dren 10 and under, free for 3 and under 2 p.m. - Afternoon Service with Bishop Richard N. Jessen, Nebraska Synod of the ELCA, as the guest speaker; followed by a fellow- ship hour need i ,1 Reservations for meal tickets will to be [ made by send your check (made out to ] [ "Bethany Lutheran Centennial Fund") (include I ] which meal and # of tickets needed) to: [ [ Centennial Committee, PO Box 68, Ruskin NE [ [ 68974-0068, Phone 402/226-2961 I [ (mell tickets may be pkked up at either the Churdl or Conununl~ Center) ] Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Rempe, McPherson. They haveEleanor Suchsland, McPherson, were 11 grandchildren. Connie honored at a 50th wedding anni- Guest book attendants and Kyli versaryopenhouseSunday,June servers were Shirley, Becky, Maril 27, at the senior citizens apart- Kimberly and Sandy Kramer, Heikes, ments, Jewell. Lester Suchsland SharlaRempeandBethandDawn Suchsland and Marjorie Myers were mar- Suchsland. Garman, ried June 23, 1943, in Norton, Guests for the occasion were Masters, Children of the couple are Lylda Van Meter, Tony Baylie, Caldwell, Larry Suchsland, Smith Center, Laura Caspers, Luella Ellis, ris, Burr Leslie Suchsland, Kearney, Carl Alberta Tuxhom, Smith Center, Kristen Suchsland, Superior, Shirley Evea Myers, Ethel Clark, Anna andDocW' Kramer, Junction City, and Sharla Belle Cross, June and Gene Butts, Kenneth and Elizabeth Braden, l xal'ks, Milner c811, Dave and Oma Matter, Dorotha Suchsland, cue squg,re dgJl e Bohnert, Pauline Simmelink, Lee DeV The Spring Creek Swingers ThllYer County Arnold On dean's list regular dance was last Tuesday Genealogists clean All-day Tami MikkelsenEricksonwas with Ken Marks calling and Dean area cemeteries Guide spring quarter at Southeast Corn- Servers were Ed and Berniece munityCollege.Sheisthedaugh- Bauer and Laverne and Verla The Thayer County Genea- July 1, logical Society had a work night Rock and ter of Larry and Judy Mikkelsen, Heitmann. Hardy,andgranddaughterofTed The next dance will be Tues- Tuesday, June 29, at the Keim, odist Schon, Superior, and the late day with Jerry Juncke, Carroll, Pleasant Plain and Mr. Gilead Mich Hans and Lillie Mikkelsen, calling in the air-conditioned cemeteries. Afterwards they went United Ruskin. Ruskin Community Center. to Gilead for supper. "Amos Those working were Susan, group Reuben and Remington Elting, OrvalElting, Ruby Batoun, Paul all-day Gerberding, Duane Hubbard, salad lunch. Calvin and Leona Meers and Dr. Dew April Meers. Gerberding and can author Hubbard did the King Fisher and ered to be a Thanks everyone for their dona- Maxson groves, the Poor Farm missionary and Letterman Cemetery June 28. brings the : tions and to all the volunteers for America to 1 propheti, " their help on our 2ndAnniversary. - than 50 nary pro 410 1/2 N Central, Superior, Neb. thor and BeautySalon for $33.00, L..~ PHONE 402-879"3730//...] fofsm.'oo'ee.,s per, 2~ Monday-Satu rd ay~.,to'~) Compony, to: 11"~ ~,0 On All Books and Shoes tTheatre & Video Center Superior, Nebraska Cinema I "That rare familyfdm that's funny, hip, & lots of fun!" Nell Rm~n~ ~,~CN-NYI New= Cinema II HELD OVER Roast Pork and Baked Steak Serving begins at 11:30 65 and over OO Tax .Included under Saturday Evening Prime Rib or New York Served with Baked Potato, Every 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and French Fries salad Bar ............................ All You Can Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack.'"" Hardy, For res0rvatlons, cal f 1893-1964 1964-Present !; I Video Hours: Men.Thurs.6:30-10:00 p.m.; Fri.5-10 p.m.; Sat. & Sun. 2-10:00 p.m. Lastest Movies On Video: Bed, trd; Lorenzo's Oil; Teenage