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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 15, 1993 Putor Laraen to celebrate 30 years The Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mankato, announces the Jewell County Elaine E. Stafford, Formoso, no liability insurance, $237. Anthony A. Hart, Nebraska, boat without fire extinguisher, $47. Nuckolls County Traffic Court Speeding: Michael H. Tam, hem, $15; Alan E. Bretting, $15; Dale K. Loschen, $15; Nicolas J. KotLnek, $50; John W. Dawson, $3ff, Nicole L. Bur- celebration of Pastor Ernie Larsen's 30th ordination anniversary Sunday morning, Aug. 18, with church services. The services will be officiated by Bishop Charles H. Maahs, Central State Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. gelm, $30. Saturday and Sunday morn- Lucas J. Chapman, no valid ingPearlStephensservedrefresh- operator's license, $25. ments to the residents in the Chad A. Lehrling, count 1, lobby. improper passing, $25; count 2, Sunday afternoon Ann exeessive noise,$10. Jefferies, Jewell minister, con- Probate Department ducted church services for the Estate of Robert J. Friend, residents. ~ )eeritition for determination of in- Wednesday morning George tance tax, order determining Sills led Bible Study Class for no inheritance tax due the residents. Shirley Minear Estate of Alice V. Schultz, played the piano. inventory. Wednesday afternoon "Sly the Conservatorship of Clarence Orphan Fox"video was shown to Ball, petition for approval of re- the residents.Snacks were served, _port, and conservator's and attor- Mart and Martha Dempsey, ney s fees, annual report, peti- George and Leta Sills, Chad tion for appointment of succes- Moseley and Dan Vallier called sot conservator, on Madeline Sills. Real Estate Transfers Visitors of Clede Blacker this David L. and Carole A. Kyle week were Todd, Peggy and to Roger T. and Pamela K. Danial Selvidge, Carl and Carla Stone, E 1/2 SE 1/4, 30-4-7. Waugh, Jennifer and Jeremy; Thomas R. and Marlyn Nancy and Blake Prachiel, Neita Mason and James and Ferne Colin, Don and Kylie,, Nathan, Butler to Susan R. Watson, Part Josh and Steve Hadle, Joan Lot 18, Block 29, O. T. Superi- Waugh and Nancy and Charlie or. Wells Jose M. St. and Maria F. Visiting Dana Bennett were Cavazos to Jose Fuentes, Lots 5 Laurie and James Neilson and Memorial Nuckolls County Hos- , pital. Mrs. Hornbussell returned Abdal.Bostwwk News ,o her homo members visiting her every day were Mr. Hornbussell and Diane By Donna Mary Hornbussel other former Wage's Variety Reiman and Amber. Friday Ethel Westphal and Matt left employees for coffee at a Supe- evening visitors were Alan mg June 28 to attend a St. Bennett rior care. Others attending, were Hornbussel, Burr Oak, Brenda family reunion at Neosha Rap- Dorothea Rogers, Beulah Pahl, Grand Island and Butch ids, Karl. The St. Bonnetts are Strnad, Helen Enghoff, Ferne Reiman, Superio name Mrs Westphal's mother's fami- Combs, Joyce Keith, Molly Esther Martin and Lorene teen ly. they visited two days at Switzer and Ros Aden Meyer attended the 4-H public and leaders r Lawrence, Kan., and Belle Bob and Darlene Woerner dress revue at Lawrence Sunday Anna Plains, Kan. They visited Mr. visited Linda Busboom and afternoon. and Mrs. Jim Childers and Mr. Becky at Hastings Friday. Becky Last Wednesday family and Mrs. Lester Childers, Mrs. returned home with her grand- members and friends celebrated cil Westphals' brothers, at Lenexa, parents for a week's visit, belated July Fourth at the home the Kan. Last Saturday Matt ran it Elmer and Lorene Meyer of Marlin and Lisa Meyer and the Lenexa Freedom Run. They were Thursday coffee guests of Cody. Present were Hans and returned homelastSunday. Everett and Nila Barfknecht, Lillian Christensen, Alfred and camp Steve Westphal and Channel Nelson. Mary Ann Meyer, Lyle Meyer, were Friday visitors of Ethel Saturday card party guests of Julie Meyer, Nora, Loretta Feist- as a Westphal. Tristan and Schuyler Elmer and Lorene Meyer were ner, Nelson, and her grand- l-Iigbee were Saturday through Tuesday Harold and Armilda Uhrmacher daughters, Judy and Julie Marr, ship visitors of their grandmother and and Shirley, Eldrick and Elsie Guymon, Okla., John and Matt. Grummert, Arnold and Beth Sharon Feistner and famliy, ,furl Janet Cemy, Todd and Jer- Bohiing and Frank and Esther Springfield, Me., the Rev Ethan ome, Mellington, Tenn., arrived Martin. and Kelly Feismer and son, Nor- last Tuesday for a visit with her Troy and Brett Delka, Beloit, way, Karl., Clark and Lynette of parents, Don and Gladys Shroy- visited their grandmother, Olive Grueber and Bill and Laurel er. Saturday the Shroyers, Eu- Delka, Saturday afternoon. Ted Nelson. gene and Joy Johnson, Cuba, Delka and his granddaughter, Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Korb, Shawnee, Kan, Miranda Watson, visited Mrs. Marlin Meyer and Cody took Richard and Joyce McCutcheon, Delka Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Feistner and ing. Burr Oak, Don and Margaret Dewayne and Colleen Bar-family for a eafe supper. They was Godsey, Napa vine, Wash., leen, St. Paul, and Dan Barleen,~ celebrated Shelby's birthday. Gordanier Dean and Doris Ower4 Salem, Grand Island, arrived Saturday _ Diane Reiman and mantes." Ore., and Willard and Glennis morning at.thehome of Clarence Hombussel have helped at me Bouray= McCutcheon, Hardy, had supper and !]a Wilton to do roof repair. several times the meeting is together at a Mankato cafe. Mrs. Dan Barleen and son came past wee . _ 16:.__ m Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroyer at- later Saturday afternoon and ...... tended a dinner Sunday in honor Dan returned home with them b lUlUUtgO W lB.gller of Amy McCutcheon's 90th Sa.maxlay evening. Mr.=and Mrs RogerThelander birthday. That afternoon they at- wxlton ano Mr. aria Mrs. ~ar- weather observer F'trst Pub] tended the open house for her leen were guests of Mr. and Hi" Low Amber Reiman visited her Mrs Roger Wilton Sr Other j.~. ~nh ,:,~ The " -=,y., o~, v,= NOTIt cousin, Nate McMains, Burr guests were Mr and Mrs July 6 81 61 In the Oak, Monday aftemoon to Harold Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. July 7 85 61 vatorship wishing him a belated July 11 Roger Wilton Jr, They cele- Julo o o,: ,:, ence Bail, ' t ----~ O OU U birthday, brated Mrs Harold Wilton s . July9 85 62 Notice Lea and Barb Johansen, birthday. Mr. Barleen returnee July 10 81 63 Kayla and Lindsay, Marquette, to St. Paul Sunday evening. Mrs. july 11 91 65 count Barleen is visiting her parents Moisture for week-5.70. and 6, Block 20, O. T. Ruskin Megan Thomas. Jose M. Cavazos Jr. to Jose Shirley Minear visits her Steve and Jocelyn Shroyer, nation, Fuentes, Lots 1 and 2, Block 8, mother, ThelmaDinsmore, daily. Jim and Tammy Williams, Eric, 11, and Edn, 9, opened the Burr Blake, Philip and Clint were this week. . ___,~,,,,~Mo" ........ ~v.~ ,,, ,~,~-,~.,.u,.a"= ~,:n hearing O. T. Ruskin. Robert, Mary and Susan Folsom Oak Bargen Store. Originally from Michigan, the family moved to Sunday supperguests of the Don Bryce and Beulah Ray vis:ted Nuckolls District Court also called on Mrs. Dinsmore.. Burr Oak from Tennessee. The store, open seven days a week, is Shrovers and Cernvs. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer _ the 4th d Last Wednesday morning Saturday at Nora. Mrs. Ray via- ]~ffJ~ll,lff~to Library 10:00 clo Margaret (Peggy) L. Wolcott Mabel Andreasen was visited stocked with tools, novelties, paints and tractor, truck and auto Donna Mary Hornbussel joined ited Mrs. Schleufer Monday .......... vs. Anthony J. Wolcott. Dissolu- by Lois Diamond and Glenn and parts. Amber Combs returned to :~ummer nours at ~aarmato n- (Seal)ck tion of marriage granted. Betty Andreasen this week. brary are 9 am to 1 p m Lucille E. Hancock vs. Karen Murray called on Nina Bethany Roe tells ~'//'~ ~,'~ * t r~ -. Superior Friday after several .... "== Donald L. Hancock. Dissolution Murray. " about Oregon Trali |[ outae/~qL,-~t,' .,~ I,. /~kT~' t~ .... I'IV~ ~]]~ NebraskaWeeks clasSesat Lincoln." at UniversitYshe wall" beef nmgs;Weezfla~s;_ iv.. a.m/-~:'* noonP'm':~aturoayeVe'. DowningAttorney. of marriage granted Gall Hudiburgh and Faytne " r a gm tO me lmrary ~s me P O Box: Jj a home the rest of the summe ............. Superior, Lyrmette Am~e Higer vs. Hudiburgh visited Ellen Harmony United Methodist ~ . ~ . -.~. 1. ......... ~..~.., ~,a ~,,~o oooz, raearts ano ~anos, me m- Ronald Elvan Higer. Dissolution Hudiburgh. WomenmetlastWednesda~with "~ w,,, ,,~, v,~ .................. ~, ........ , .... c'----,-- ^--~ "TOther Jon nuence oi women ano Kmht~ u, . ~,OlllOb, ~IIIU O ' " t, of marriage granted. Arthur and Lorine Cockroft Lorraine Frye presiding, uevo- By Joan Hoins Camck and Lon, Reno, New Joan Enevoldsen, Wolbach Amencan Society, from Debra Timothy Clayton Trueblood visitedBlanchePennerandEllen tionswerebyAdelaideRegnier. There will be a box in were among guests Sunday at wa~aThursdavandFridavvisi- Alcom Taddiken in memory of FirstPub vs. Darla D. Mclmyre Foster. Hudiburgh ........ ---- - The Petition for custody and child Opal Vestal visited with sev- The School of Missions will Glenn's Mini Max for persons to the home of Dave and Darc]e tor in the Edwin Hornbussel her mother, Barbara Van Wey " be at Salina. Weekend session leave Guide Rock news. Beins for a family reunion, home. She visited her mother, Alco.rn. ,,This book is described NOTICE support, eral of her friends this week. will be July 31 and Aug. 1, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sholtz and Buren and JoAnn Thomas, M~ Hnrnbussel at Brodstone as being as beauuful as the best OF BL~ Doris Owen called on Dora ~w e~ksession will be Aug. 2 Marian Kottmeyer met Mr. and Lincoln, and their daughter, ---" - art book and as fascinating as BLOC Mankato City Report Lee Thompson. mrougn 3. Mrs. Kottmeyer's daughter and Mrs. Jim Kalberg, Andy and ~1'11-,,~ o, the best historical novel It AND Connects Avis Crawford, Max and DebWamegaveareportfrom family, Linda and Joe Carrick Matt, Peru, Ill., visited Mrs. Th- ~b~ l~,a~,,~ ~ .ffit. shows us how women, both KAN, Joy Michael-525 N. Clinton. Idolia Berry and Bob Howland Response magazine. She also and Lori, Reno, Nev., at the Lin- omas' parents, Loren and tt~.n~_~lnavmeetina black and white, created a great IRRIG, Vivian Mcon-716 N. West. called on Vaehel Crawford. ~uneed the He.use. Party ~r coin airport Saturday. Emma Booker, Friday; They ~. . . American art form from the fab- "' JeffCaylor-525N.Climon. :~;~i.l~t~g ,~.~,tth~ Aich gtrm,/-~ymu's, wmtmJutyz.~ :Arlene .Anderson accomoa- also visited Mr Thomas moth- eresidentKathleenA!lenpre- rie,.d, th~irlive.~" You. Disconnects . ~V~F~I~ this ~tmkwer Jeff h ........ " ..... " '~ " ' .... ~ ........... n t;my tenter, Kma; .... nied her son, Roy Anderson, er, Bertha Thomas, Red Cloud. S|ded a~ the June 19..I~o~ Cen.- The Lioness organization s on the 3 Vivian Moon-215 N. Corn- and Cindy Weaverling, Dahial Prayers were asked for Stacey Omaha, and her daughter, Victo- Mr. andMrs. Cliff Bailey and tral K Genealo.g~cal See|- community service project was at9:00~ Mr and Mrs Clmr Woodward ety and L|brary business meet mercial, and Levi. Srnith, Colleenl2hrling, Melvin ria Anderson, Lincoln, Friday . " . " the dusting of the books and the offic EdHood-220E.Jay. Lynette, Garrett and Ryan l~u~,l%Lorus~dMyronHulbert, afternoon to Torrington, Wyo., attended the 60th wedding anni- rag: . . . bookshelves in the library. This trict, in Balch, Zack Bradrick and Funeral dinners will be the to visit Mrs. Anderson sbrother, versary celebration of Willis and Memoers votea to reinvest is a never-ending, badly-needed Republi~ Chrissie Murray visited with re, pomibilityoftbeentireUMW, Kendall Seeba and Mrs. Seeba Nora Armstron~ Sunday in Su- their certificate of deposit tor oroiect, hearing Ruby Billing. instead of one circle, for the weekend. They retumed perior. Later tl~ey visited Dora one year. The soc.iety ~ -- Story time for pre-kindergar- ment rne Opal Lamb and Lucille Bethany Roe gave a lesson home Monday. Ho'ms. enougn money to purchase e~gnt teners and pre-third graders will against Dunstan were here to help with about the Oregon Trail which is Bill Booker visited his broth- Corinne Irvin.. Phillipsburg. rolls of Jewell County newspa- be Tuesday at 11 a.m. Block ! the games. Glenn Love had the celebrating 150 years. It was er, Vaughn Booker, at the Be- visited her orand,~arents Lo,, pers on m:cromm, t.~na r, mcn- Block I first win and Dora Lee Thump- 2,200 miles long and ran through thesda Care center, Blue Hilt, and VirginiaORobbv, this week~- elo will s~. which years of _ .... ~_ district son and Mabel Andre&sen tied a comer of Kansas. In the 40 Sunday. end. newspapers me group neeos to l[ oeweu uounry I! exve for the firstgame blackout, yearsitwas in existcnce 300,000 Clarice Norman fell and Guests in the Dick Ely home order. II W.T*~e|nrt 7~ff~,ttre II costs of Visiting Elizabeth Murray and persons traveled it. Many were broke her hip Sunday evening, are Mr. and Mrs. Merle Apple- _ Evelyn arid Doro~y I] "~--~'~-(~,~'~',~'o~" " [I repair: Sada May were Shirley Spink, buried along the trail. In many T.J. Morris, Superior, visited bee, Desert Hot Springs, Calif. KeHmg reportea on pmns ior me _ "J ............ - said irr LolaWilsonandBeulahBenbow. placesrutsstill~dst.Oneofthose his grandparents, Ralph and They will be here a few weeks. Sept 18 annual meeting, "The water to Also visiting Mrs. Murray were places is in Nuckolls Countyand Joan Hoins, Monday. Fourth of July guests of Keith Run Bremer Seminar," to be in Eme~ene.y.Ftrst Aid in said Amanda and Chrissie Murray, is called The Narrows. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sholtz, and and Daisie Harunan were Dale Beloit ^ for ~ungs .... The] T(,:) HAW Elaine Thomas and Brooke and Members of Sarah Circle Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer, " ..... Mr . ..., . ~ummer time pray ~daoulOn t taartman ana ano s: The soctety will purcnase h,v . an unhannv endin But Ivied an /a% D TO Kaitlyn Diamond. served lunch. Guide Rock, and Joe and Linda Duane Hartman, astings, ano Volumelof"CloudCountyCem- somet' es"-vo l st -u,Y nten" clas'said ~ DAVE'S I~ J .anice H armaan, H.eather and eteries-Early Deaths in Cloud" tionally dist~ ~'~ects that are held jonn Art nao a COOKOUt Later Count-., Kansas, at a cost oi .... =.'.. - known for their angry disposito- A professional photogra- ~ flUH ~I.OP~ they were alt guests oI vnu ano 25 ........ ," _. ........... ins. The sting of wasps, hornets, pher will make sure your ~- ~llllql-Tlmdh~ jantce ttartman to watch me Mrs. Ke~tmg, tmzanem ,,,,n,~,:, i~,-k,,tt ~na ~ ma,, wedding album captures fireworks. Johnson, Gwen Tort, and Beth ~ ...... J ............... cause an allegic reaction in some all the swiding emotion and magic of the day. We~,e photographed dozens of weddings, so call us now for an appointment and let's get started on yoursl Brenda Huntslnger Williams 501 N. Center nkate, Kan. 913 378 3777 stop We're open 7 11 a.m.- Dine in 610 E Let us Open by mpantment or decorate you r windows J dl, Ken. 913-428-33S7 Your view of the world custom Shutters, Blinds and Drapes, ideas become beautiful,,. Kramers * L_107 E Main, Mankato, Kans.: tul. :I, 'Wi!.s( Certified Public Accountant Phone 913-378-3006 Home ~ 913..647-8571 116 W. Jefferson ottr iS. days a week 10 p.m. t Carry Out Kans. Mankato, Kan. Grandsons A grandson is a special love, Sent down to us from God above. Each one is different in some little way: The thing they do, the things they say. He was full of mischief, full of fun; caused no harm; He liked riding his bike, fishing, playing ball and helping on the farm. Up each morning at the break of day, To make life special in some way. Nothing can ever take his place, That precious smile upon his face. Eager to learn something new each day, Brought us much pleasure in many a way! This is the way we will remember our Grandson Levi. Because of the many fl ough ul deeds done by so many friends and relatives, ydu have made our heartache a little easier. A Big Thank You and may God Bless each of you. Melvin and lone Shipley Phil and Charlene Troudt and Sharp attended the annual Kan- family were callers in the home sos Genealogical Society meet- of Mrs. Troudt's parents, Mr. ing in Hays June 12. They and Mrs. Keith Hartman, Sun- shared material of interest from day. the meeting. Jennifer Arrants, Salina, was Isla Montgomery gave a re- a weekend visitor of her parents, port on the Exchange Quart lies Lonnie and Linda Arrants, and that the society receives other relatives. Next meeting will be July 17. Marvin and Linda Chilcott would llke to thank our family, neighbors, frlends, JeweU County Hospltol and Steve Melby for their help and comfort to us during the time of loss of our fathers. We extend special thanks to Charlotte Pletcher and JeweU County Friendship Meals for their help and assistance to Marvin's father, Nathan Chllcott, in the months preceding his death. It is hard to adequately thank all of the many neighbors and friends who have been at our side since Levi's death. The prayers, the calls, the kind words and hugs, the farm help, the visits and other support is greatly appreciated. It has been said that"There are not very many people left in this part of the coun- try." However, the ones who are here have hearts as big as a mountain. We sincerely thank each of you for everything that has been done. May God truly bless each of you. L yle, Pennie and Mindy Shipley and our families children. When a child is stung, in the place ice or cold applications on the area to relieve pain and re- duce swelling. Try to remove son. the stinger by ~craping across the area with a fingernail or plastic card to reduce injection of more toxin. If the child is subject to hay fever or asthma or if he has difficulty breathing or becomes nauseated, seek medi- cal attention. Children with known sensitivity to stings should keep medication and medical alert information cards tion with them. Take these children house to a hospital immediately. We would to thank Pastor Thadd ldends, and Sleve Meby who were el great shared bye lhrouoh food, lelters, memorials, prayers, music, Gleamrs who staved dinne Gayl Hancoc~ Barbara and Dean. Gary and Car Hancock and f n ,es, and familie Linda and Marvin Dr. In Me Marlene Clegg March 1923 - No farther away t A smile Our loved one liveS So dose in so ma Y Memory h~ a ~a~' Of keeping loved Ever dose in Are the ones we Her brothers