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2ATHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 16, 1992 ! , H..i "Locals , ,u, , Marian "Carpenter recehtly won a 46-inch television given away by a Hastings supermar- ket. Aria Patton and Amy Mc- Cutcheon were in Cairo Sunday to visit their brother, Merle Powers, and his wife, Gale. Max and Phyllis Darling took them. Approximately 500 school food service personnel from across Nebraska were in atten- dance of the annual state confer- ence of the Nebraska School Food S,rvice Association held at Kearney. Among those at- tending were Shirley Follmer from Superior Public School. Mr. and"Mrs. Mike Lasure and Kristina, Deleware, Ohio, visited Jean Kuhlman two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lasure and Kristina and Mrs. Ktthlman vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Brian Johnson and Emily, Ainsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kuhl- man, Lincoln. The Lasures re- turned home Saturday. Don Kroeger returned home July 2 from Omaha where he bad been hospitalized at the University Medical Center for a bone marrow transplant. He was in the hospital 90 days of that time and an out patient two months. He is doing very well having received his trans- ant from an unrelated donor. is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kroeger. Relatives attending the Mar- lay-Allgood wedding in Chillli- cothe, Me., were the parents of the bridegroom, Robert and Joyce Allgood, his grandmother, Vivian Montgomery, all of Su- perior, Malady Jensby, Geneva, Jarad and Jena Kinyoun, Lin- coln, Tom, Nick, Andy and Lori Clark, Hastings, Jerry and Chris Wyatt and family and Joe and Kathy Wyatt and family, Den- ver, Darcy and Cheryl Williams and family, Donna and Greg Dean, El Dorado, Dallas and June Montgomery and grandchildren, Dana and Kelly Montgomery, Sparta, Me., Doug and Kay Montgomery and Na- tasha, Springfield, Me., mad Darrel Doyle, Webber. Connie Foley and Sarah, Kearney, Me., visited Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair last week. The. attended the Ferguson family reunion at Lovewell Lake Sunday. Esther Herrmann arrived home today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collins, Little- ton, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Black, Carpenter, Wyo., and Rich Andersen, Aurora, Colo., two weeks. She also visited Rich Ferguson, Ft. Collins, Colo. Visiting in the home of their mother, Lillian Thayer, Superi- or, 4th of July week were Reg. Thayer, Amarillo, Texas,' Mr. and Mrs. Start Thayer, Amy and Ryan, Meeker, Colo., and Jeff Thayer, Jarred, Derek and Heath, Commerce, Texas. Visitors in the Bq,b Applegate home for the second annual Ap- plegute reunion were Peg and Tim Aldrup, Hardy, Rob, Donhy, Ben, Charlie and Michael Applegate, Lincoln, and Jerry, Diane and Amanda Ap- plegate, Kearney. Sunday evening and Monday morning guests were Fred and Mariane Applegate, Louisville. Pre-holiday visitors of Harve and Darlene Wallis were her daughter, Charlotte Miller, and granddaughter, Julie, and Dana and Betty Fenimore, Arvada, Ron and Barb McNichoL% and Mrs. McNichols, mother, Ann Carter, LaJunta, Colo. Saturday everyone went to Grand Island for the Harve-McNichols family reunion at Izaak Walton Club. Also going w Dan Howe, Su- perior. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Bruns were Larry and Connie Pike, Kelly and Ashley, Euless, Texas, Bob and Sheryl Parrish, Omaha, Steve and Kellie Bruns, Katie and Za- chary, Dave and Pare Bruns and Jonathan, Superior, and GLraldi - ne Hineline, Davenport, Kelly Pike visited the Bruns' and Par- rishs last week. Brant Pike and several friends, Euless, Texas, came later and are visiting friends and relatives in Superior and Hastings. ,=[.superior Sale Barn cafe i  will be open for breakfast I _ Starting Saturday, July 18 I 7 a.m. I I III IIII IIIIIIII IIII Guns, Avon Bottles, Coins, Comics, Sports Cards, Toys, Fan  The Sunshine (. PmNn Company 4th and Central, Superior, Nab. ,a,..........- " " . ............................... , ........ , ........ : i Old National Geographies ........... , .......................... 8 Sports Cards ............................................. IO and up 400 Cassette Tapes ................................... 50 and up Score Plrmacle Baseball Set .............................. $35.00 Books ........................................................ 25 and up Start/rig Llne-up Flrgurlnes .................... $5.00 and up Book Case ........................................................ $20.OO Barbecue Grill .................................................. 810.00 Team T-Shirts .................................................... 89.98 Silver Certlflcates ............................................... 82.50 Team Pennants .................................................. 83.00 Sunglasses ......................................................... 81 .OO Christian Greeting Cards ....................................... 50 Cookbooks ............................................. 81.OO and up Nlntendo Unit .................................................. $49.95 Electric Wok ..................................................... $14.98 Vlslonware Set ................................................. 849.95 l New Car Speakers ............................................ $11.98 I Holsters ............................................................. $5,911 WE GIVE PAWN LOANS I I I iii / I "Features CommunityEvents Life Li Plan July 25 wedding Mr. and Mrs. Don Stevens announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Michelle, to Todd Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith, Esbon. The bride-to-be is a 1990 graduate of Superior High School. She is currently employed at Hastings State Bank, Hastings. Smith is a 1990 graduate of White Rock High School. He is employed with Pinkerton Security Agency, Hastings. A July 25 ceremony is planned at the Superior Church of Christ. Honor Ellen Gunn at 80th birthday party Belleville, Kathaleen Cramer, her daughter and granddaughter, Mankato, Gertrude Skinner, Hastings, Barney and Evelyn Crook, Superior, Carol and Lois Shuck, Superior, Robert Gunn and Jason and Clinton Spitler. Mrs. Gunn's guests Friday were Angela and Levi Gunn. Brldgettes meet at Lynch home Melba Lynch had Bridgettes in her home Friday afternoon. Guests were Helen Bottenfield and Rhea Kulak. High prize was won by Mrs. Kulek, low prize went to Adella Gebers and traveling prize to Helen Eckles. The 80th birthday of Ellen Gunn was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gunn, Jared and Levi, Sunday, June 28. Present were the honoree, Angela Gunn, New York, N.Y., Jack and Sandra Gunn Skinner and Pam, Yankton, S.D., Brad and Lynne Skinner and three daughters, Adel, Iowa, Andrea Skinner, Lincoln, Bertha Wells, Clovis, N.M., Rose Marie Me- Curry, Santa Fe, N.M., Mike and Kathy Wollens and Katie, Tempe, Adz, Don and Cheryl Gunn, Superior, Darren Gunn, Lincoln, Darrell and Marilyrm and Laura, Republic, Melvin and Beulah Schoenseld, Deshler, Marvin and Elleen McDill, HAMBURGER FRY Friday, July 17 5-8 p.m. Hamburgers $1 French Fries 50 Cheeseburgers $1.25 Carry-Out: Hamburgers $1.50 Cheeseburgers $1.75 Ladies' Night each Thursday Men's Night each Tuesday Eagles Club Superior, Neb. Su n day Buffet _ _ _ ."" "": "'"':n,,,,,,npor t.,.,,..''" " "'" "'" """ "-. Roast Beef and $F;O0 " Achievement Day " Baked Chicken on Rice v Tax Coffee and toe Included Included Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. c.,,.r., s4oo over under 10 Tax Included Included Saturday Evening Special Prime Rib $69o and T-bone PJus Tax Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Hamburger ...................... and French Fries Tax Salad Bar $*)90 ............................  Plus All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, S-pack ....... $1.99 O o O:o 6 8, o 9:30 a.m.- Morning Program 12 noon. Road Rally 3:00-4:00 p.m. Kids' Games 4:00-5:00 p.m. - Adult Pedal Tractor Pull 4:30 p.m. - Kids' Pedal Tractor Pull 6:00 p.m.. Beef Barbecue - Dance to Joe Dailey and the Bottom Line Local Entertainment, Cake Auction, Model Railroad Display, Lunch Stand in the park, Ice Cream, T-Shirt Booth, Men's Fast Pitch Softball Do D re p nn :BIRTHS Brian and Debbie Kendall, Wichita, are the parents of a daughter, Brittany Cherub, born July 6. She weighed 6 pound,.', 14 ounces. Brittany has a broth- er and sister. Grandparents are Lester and Mary Snyder, Bun Oak. Mr. and Mrs. George Schmitd, Kansas City, announce the birth of a son, Daniel Fredrick, born July 3. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces Daniel has a brother, Derek Francis. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Neat Naylor, Gamett. great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCorkle, Burr Oak. Kevin and Alice Jane Beh- rens, David City, are the parents of a son, Seth Irvin, born July 4. He weighed 8 pounds and 4 ounces. Seth has a brother, Mal- achi, 5, and sister, Hannah, 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Behrens, Mead. Mrs. Herb Karloff, Yutan, is Seth's great-grand- mother. Heather Ost, Mankato, an- nounces the arrival of her broth- er, Brice Robert, bom at Bred- stone Memorial Nuckolls Coun- ty Hospital July 9. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces and was 21 inches long. Parents are Kirk and Rebecca est. Grandparents are Donald and Dona Beam, Smith Center, the late Robert Ost and Bill and Shirley Roe, Courtland Great-grandmothers are Lily Henningsen, Mankato, and Della Roe, Superior. Mankato, July Utecht, July July Chester; Rock. July Little River July 1 rior. July Oak; Eunice PlanA g. 22 w c00dding Ron and Nancy Schutte, Guide Rock, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Melissa Lynn, to John Samuel Turner, son of Richard and Lucille Turner, Lincoln. The bride-to-be is a 1991 graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan Univer- sity with a bachelor of science degree in psychology and a minor in sociology. A member of Willard Sorority, Psychology Club and July rior; James Clarence Shill, July baby boy. July 1 Brooks, Burr Oak. July Little River, Mosier, Nelson; Superior; Chester. July baby boy. Square club Deshler The Wesleyan Alumni Student Association, she is employed by Lincoln met at General Hospital as a psychiatric technician on the child and adoles- g cent psychology unit. She will attend the University of Nebraska- The Lincoln in the fall to work on a master's degree in human development Ken Marks. and the family, were cued by Turner graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1990 Members with a bachelor of science degree in social work and a minor in taled 11 coupl psychology. A member of Theta Chi Fraternity and Sociology Club, gles. There were he is employed by Rivendell Psychiatric Hospital, Seward. Turner is also a member of the Cryin' Heart Blues Band, Lincoln. Lunch The couple is planning an Aug. 22 wedding at St. Paul United and Luella Methodist Church, Lincoln. Gregg and Barbara Roe, Hastings, are the parents of a daughter, Kara Allan, born July 10 at Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. She weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. She has a brother, Garett, 23 months. Kara is the granddaughter of Gary and Velda Roe, Superior, and Allan and Karen Sole, Nelson, and the great-granddaughter of Homer and Vera Seefeld, Nelson, Verla Roe, Superior, and Dorothy Lee, Weeping Water. Derek and Shana Kennedy, Ft. Morgan, Colo., are the par- ants of a son, Zachary Scot born July 13 at Greeley, Colo. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long. Za- chary and his cousin, Kalee, 4, were born on the same day. His brother, Austin, and Kalee's sis- ter, Courmey, both 2, were born the same day. Grandpents are Arlo and Gayna Shoenrock, Hastings, and Cleve and Donna Kennedy, Mullen. Great-grand- parents are Clyde and Ruth Korb, Superior, Ruth Sheen- rock, Fairbury, Rosa Kennedy, Artsline, Elsie King, Kenrney, and Ray Wombacher, Shelby. II I Eagles Auxiliary members, Wilma Dominy (left) and Betty Zadina, presented Marie Marshall (center), a check for $300 to purchase large pnnt books for the TAC Club meets Margarette Habiger enter- tained TAC Club Wednesday af- ternoon. Other guests were Mrs. Walter Fischer and Mrs. Jim EI- liott. Total Elegance 122 East Fourth St. - Superior, Neb. Make Appointments Now Phone 402-879.4442 WALK-INS WELCOME 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. Closed Mondays Jody Laner, owner and operator CREST Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska Boxoffice open: 7:00 p.m. Showtime:..7:30"p.m. Ol|e Show Olllv Adults: $3.25 - - Kids & Senior Citizens w/cards: $,1.75 ' July i7- 23 TOM CRUISE NICOLE KIDMAN He left behind everything. .__CINEMA I A Player Who's About To Be Played. EDDIE MURPHY F A R A N D BOOMERANG AWAY NEWEST:The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, Shining Through, Bugsy, Grand Canyon, Kuffs. Friday Melvin and Janet Mrs, Wilton, Enid, Okla., Eugene and Irene Wood andLindel Barry met 8-1 9_ Merle and Eileen Wilton, Sacra- mento, at the Lincoln airport. Mr. Mrs. Don and Mrs. Melvin Wilton visited 12 Bridge at the Wood home until Monday. tional Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilton will return to California Saturday. Fred S Deweese Rally Sunday, July 19 1p.m. on Main Street Deweese, Neb. DANCg 7-11 p.m. FOOD A VAA Sponsored by Deweese LESLIE ..,1: 'Wbl /H Traditional Open 6 a.m. to 8 p Homo. Dinner Style Each Evening Cooking Luncheon ,:.=," :., Open Sundays, :.' , :- :..: Four Dinner to select