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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS By Mrs. Harvey Petersen St. Paul Lutheran Church, Walter Laughlin, pastor. Sunday, July 18, 9 aan., morning worship; 10 am., fel- lowship hour. Sunday, July 25, 10:30 aan., fellowship Sunday with St. Paul, Byron at Hardy, potluck meal, noon; games and fun, 1:30 pan. Union Church of Hardy, Pastor Dale Bussinger. Sunday, July 19, Sunday school, 9:30 aan.; worship, 10:30 aan. Ushers will be Iouth. Thursday, July 15, WCU z pan. SIDE Thursday, July 15, 1~ and Bridget, Arlington, Texas. Fri- rell and Judy Hanson, Jamie and visitd the Jim Healeys. day Mrs. Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Julia Korte, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mr:andMrs. Erwin Sweet attend- Lawrence Persson, Cathy and San- Lauritzen, Dennis and Lorna Lau- ed the open house Sunday for the dra wmt to Beatrice. Marcia Hanson ritzen and Megan, Harvey and Joycc 90th birthday of Amy McCutchcon returned home with them to visit. Greer, Katey and Jennifer and a in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCutch- friend, Kansas City, Chat and Vir- Marietta Stenson, Lincoln, was a con attended the dinner and open ginia Hanson, Mankato, Walt and Tuesday morning visitor of Dorothy Golden frienship Tea; choir practice, house Sunday afternoon at the Supe- Vergaline Holdren, Mankato, Dan Kottmeyer. Phillip Kottmeyer, l..in- rior VFW honoring Amy MeCutch- and Lonzy German and Brock, coin, was home with his parents last 5 pan. Cathy Stotts, Rochester, N.Y., granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCorkle, is visiting her gmndp - ents a week. Sunday evming dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Pedersen were Mr. and Mrs. Ken,nit Faickson, Sarah Wallo~, Fern Ebright and Ar- lyne Gunn. Wednesday afternoon and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newell were Robert mad Sue Tally ................. i,, THIS WEEKEND IN HASTINGS TWO LOCATIONS CITY AUDITORIUM I DOWNTOWN Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. I Saturday ONLY from 8 a.m. Sunday noon to 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. GREAT FOOD/GREAT FUNI GREAT ENJOY THE AKsarben RACES FROM OMAHA PLUS MOIL YWOOD PARK ON FRI.-. 4T.-SUN. Racing Hours: Wed.-Thur.: 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fri.: 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sat-Sun. & July 5:1 p.m. to 8 p.m. FREE ADMI881ON 700 E. Stolley Park Rd, Grand Island. 382-4515 If rates go up, you can switch to that higher rate. If rates go down, you're locked in to your original rate. For more details about our Nowhere-To-Go-But-Up CD, stop by the Metropolitan Federal Office nearest you or call our Customer Support Center at 1-800-468-4668. The Bank- 4~M R~Ca I a Fedee bar~er ~ cun#ee deta~ on tenm tnd cen,a~t I Superior, 401 N Central Avenue, 402-8794788 enn for her 90th birthday. In the evening they celebrated with their daughter, Marlene Druba, on her birthday in her home and with Mel- issa, Tiffany and "PJ. Taylor and Cierra Pedersen, Esbon, Raymond and Freda Hanson, Schuyler, Daren and Paula Fleis- chman and DJ., Eagle, Mark Han- son, Liberal, Ken., Monty and Missy Warren, Cody and Isabelle, Joe and Lois Sullivan, Teresa and Ritchie Kcamey, children of Dr. and Mrs. Chermak, Narka, and Larry and Ken Pedersen, came last Wedneday Billie Groth and Connie and a to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen, for a week. Rose Ludwig received word her brother-in-law, Svend Christensen, 91, died last Tuesday at Salem, Ore. Services were Friday in Salem. He is sur ved by his wife, the former Eva Bourne, sons, Don and Harvey, and grandchildren. Jo Barclay, Concordia, was a Sat- urday lunch guest of Norma Zolten- ko. Sunday Mrs. Zoltenko was a din- ner guest of Cecil and Fern Miller at the Good Samaritan Center. In the afternoon the women visited Exal Zoltmko at Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Linda Warr~t, Superior, hosted the Hanson family reunion at her home Sunday. In attendance were dr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanson, Dar- friend, Russell, Ken. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Biltoft went to Blue Hill S~mday afternoon to visit Mrs. Biltoft's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKinney. They later went to Hastings. Bernice Hansen, Candi Barnes, Alvina Newell and Bonnie Pedersen went to Grand Lsland Sunday after- noon to help with the carnival at the veterans' home. District 10 Ameri- can Legion and Auxiliary sponsored the event. Mrs. Jim Healey went to York Tuesday to visit Anna Healey. Jean Steier, Hastings, and Freda Hanson, Schuyler, were .also visiting Mrs. Healey. After the Hanson family pic- nic Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Schuyler, and Mr. and Mrs. Daren Fleischman and D. J. Eagle I There's no better time than now to sit down with me to find out where you are in life. What you have. And where you're going with it. rll analyze your needs and come up with a program to protect you now and help prepare you for the future. So call today. Rodney D. Crockett Nebraska Agency P.O. Box 209 Davenport, Neb. 68335 Office: 402-364-2416 Get a piece of The Rock." 1~0 TI~ PrudenllaJ Insurance Company of America week. Wednesday he and his mother visited Edna Hughes and Eunice Bourne at the Good Samaritan Cen- ter, Nelson. Friday Brenda and Kent Rumery, Tulsa, Okla., arrived at the Kottmeyer home for the weekend. Joan and Matt Shellhase, Ord, came Samrday.They were joined.forsup- per at the Kottmeyer home oy Mine Kottmeyer. Sunday dinner guests in the Kottmeyer home were Edna Hughes, Bill and Bev Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes, Chris and Aaron, Phillip Kottmeyer, Brenda and Kent Rumery and Joan and Matt Shellhase. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohi joined Lillian Thayer and her guests, Stan and Joy Thayer, Meek- er, Colo., and Jeff Thayer, Jerod, Derrick and Heath, Commerce City, Texas, at the home of Dorothy Cur- man for a picnic supper. Genevieve Ebsen was a Sunday supper guest of Nancy Edwards, Joshua and Aaron. After the ballgame Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Ed- wards, Matt, Lance, Gina and Blake and Kate and Stacy Edwards visited Mr. and Mrs. Gleam Edwards and their guests, Becky Bmening, Britta- ny and Rachel. Thursday evening Glenn and JoAnne Edwards, Lance Edwards and the Broening family visited Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ed- wards, Kate and Stacy. Lance stayed overnight with his grandparents. Gina and Blake stayed overnight Fri- "',: . . +,+ ,.. ./ ?+" +.? When moving irrigation pipe, ladders or other tall farm machinery, be aware of overhead power lines. Making contact with these lines can have serious consequences Remember to check above before moving any farm machinery or equipment. This year when working the soil, keep an eye toward the sky. Let's make this a bountiful and safe fanning season. Presented as a pubfic sc ce by Nebraska Public Power District P ower Pride i n N ebr as ka day. Becky Bruening, Britt- any and Rachel left Sunday for their home in Louisherg, Ken., after visit- hag in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Grog Edwards, Gina and Blake and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards went to Red Cloud Sunday afternoon and evening to watch Matt and Lance play in a tournament. his Schoof and Mr. Schoof Frees were Lovewell Lake, fislai~l cookout supper. July Fourth dinn~ and Mrs. Eldon and Mrs. daughters, By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church, Pastor Richard Bu'daholz. Sunday, July 18, Sunday school, 9:30 aan.; worship, 10:30 aan. Women of the ELCA, Thursday, July 15, 2 and 8 pan. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Pas- mr Daniel Knief. Sunday, July 18, worship, 9 aan.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. Ruskin Public Library hours, Sat- urdays, 9-11 aan.; Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Karen Petersma, librarian. I have no special gift; I am only passionately curious. -Albert Ein- stein. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka Jr., Ashli and Dustin, Grand Island, Last Wednesday evening Mr. and rensen Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Art Eilzmann and Mr. and Mrs. were July Fourth Clarence Lang, Omaha, were guests and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Eitzmannto July Fourth help Mrs. Lcnard Eitzmann celebrate Mr. and Mrs. her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne were Mr. and Mrs. Eiummma and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eitzmann, Leon and Kyle were Thursday evening guests of the Oscar Eitraxtanns. Friday evening visitors in the Eitzmann home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paterson and Kyle Eitzmann. Mrs. Harry Webber and Mrs. Glenn AtLrand attended a Nu-start helath club awards banquet Friday evening at a Superior restaurant. Sunday afternoon the Webbers visit- ed Grace Fuller at Parkview Haven, Deshler. In the evening Harry and Georgia visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weisner, Concordia. Peggy Andersen, Tucson, Ariz., was a Friday morning caller on Frank and Charlotte Waiters. Mr. and Mrs. Don Swanson re- turned home Sunday evening from a trip to Caledonia, Mich., where they visited Mr. Swanson's sister and husband, Curule and Lyle Gibbs. They also visited other relatives while at the Gibbs home. They left last Friday. Lloyd and Ruby Olsen were in Prairie Village, Kan., Sunday and Monday visiting their daughter, Sarah. They all attended the Kansas City-Detroit baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt and grandchildren, Stephanie and Nicho- las Debrick, visited William Brandt at the Nelson Good Samaritan Cen- ter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Anderson, Longmont, Colo., were July Fourth weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohling. Joining the group Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ross and sons, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Thayer, Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer. Nathan Drohman, Crete, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Drohrnan, last week, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Drohman were in North Dakota. Nathans' brother, Landon, was attending camp. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eggers attend- were Friday overnight and Saturday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka Sr. July Fourth picnic supper guests in the Sti_c.hk,3 home a party at the F rmont Senior family, Mr. Mrs. Flml Kenneth Moore his 8"0tti b - and sons and Debra Jensen and chip day. Mr. Moore and Mr. Eggers dren. were former schoolmates and long- an, Lincoln, and daughters. The remained overnight their home MondaY. Marie Plumm~ Mrs. Keith Wednesday, JI Wednesday ited in the home, Albion, Thursday night Mrs. Dale and Friday, wcnt~ Mrs. Hummer Betty Swienimer. Ruskin Monday. July Fourth fireworks of Mr. Lipker, and Mrs. Kenneth Grossman, Mrs. Edwin Lipker-I Marysol Alonzo. Mr. and Mrs. curdle, were July ~ her father, Delbert Laurel July Fourth day, Katie attended Carol Joy near Ashland July Fourth Mrs. Dennis Nathan for a fireworks were Mark Galbraith ings, and Mr. meyer. Mr. and Mrs. M. ] a Renz family supper at the Sunday Hazel Renz, Tim Renz, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Jock and Jed, Barry Renz, Brock, Deshler, siree and Drew, Crockett, Kirk Duensir emd Cole, Bob Wemer Mr. and Mrs. Brady, Brunin~ Bob Zeleny Mrs. Alfred Wegener, Deshler, was a Sunday dinner guest in the Henry Rogue home. All were Sun- day afternoon and evening juests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogge, uperior. Mrs. William Meeller and Delvin, Byron, were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Braklmge were July Fourth supper guests in the Kenneth Connan home, Superi- or. time friends. Mr. and Mrs. LaVeme Pedersen departed for their home in Fresno, Calif., June 26, after several weeks in Ruskin. They resided in their motor home at the former home of Mr. Pedersen's parents while here. Last Monday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ~'.hoof were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Free, Edward Schonf and Matt, Den- NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING & BUDGET SUNNARY Stlto Of Neblrllkl--Budget Form NBH STATENENT QP PUBLICATION Superior Rural Fire Protection'District, Nuckolls County, Nebraska PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of Sections 13-501 to 13-514, R.R.S. 1943, that the governing body wi11 meet on the 20Lh day of July, 1993, at 8:00 P.M. at the Superior Public Safety Building for the purpose of hearing support, opposition, criticism, suggestions or observations of taxpayers relating to the following proposed budget and to consider amendments relative thereto. The budget detail is available at the Office of Marlan V. Watson, CPA. The regular ANNUAL NEETING of electors who are owners of any interest in real or personal property assessed for taxation in the district and who are residing within the boundaries of the Superior Rural Fire Protection District are encouraged to attend the meeting and vote in the ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. Don Fintel, Clerk/Secretary Actual Expense: i. Prior Year 1990-91 S iI,~ 2. Prior Year 1991-92 S 8,798 3. Current Year 1992-93 ~ 9,,442 Requirements: 4. Ensuing Year 1993-94 $ 19,175 5. Necessary Cash Reserve ~ ~7 6. Cash on Hand & Estimated Other Revenue =~_____~.~ 7. Collection Fee and Delinquent Allowance $ 5~4 8. Total Property Tax Requirement Sinkin9 FuD~ 4,166 1,TO 9 $ 81,972 $ 01,972 $ 0 I Tho Friday, 9 p.m. - Gates open 1% Milk Robefl~ ~ t2.~1 $ Get a 32 oz. Fountain Drink for Food Stand F mont/Giaette aquae Ice Cream Ammrted Pops Advance Tickets TiCketS le Maur~'s Place. Relies Vlu *Cssh * Discover * Check * MC New Mike 4. 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