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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 29, 1993 Tamaera Rasing' Surnner' lwa" II Highla ] Doris Skinner went to ndNews Hastings last Tuesday and re- Da v e npo rt L omo wo no ay ocal News temoon. Last Tuesday evening Philip Miller, Lawrence, vis- Mr. arldMrs. Mike Folimer and . ..___._.____ she accompanied Doug and ited Anna Miller last Wednes- family in Hastings. ~' ~n~and Denise Snow to Dericks base- day. Saturday lunch guests of Muriel Follmer hosted a cof- ball game and Darcy's T ball Mrs. Miller were Dagmar fee last Wednesday for Donna Senior Center News Edith Hinds, Willard and Ann game. Mrs. Skinner was an over- Pedersen and Iva Lanham. Jensen, Marie Troudt and Monday Au~ 2 oorcuoine Hinds, Russ and Amy Hinds and night guest of Dennis, Charla "' "" '-- - R Connie Porter, Mark, Mike UyvonneKnehans.Mrs.Follmer meat balls, tater triangles, car- yah, Davenport, Doris Marl and Kayla Skinner. and Ashley visited Mr. and Mrs. was among other guests at the rots, bread and butter, milk, Omaha, and Frederick and Ethel Mosier was a last Sun- Louis Soto, Wood River, last Bruce Scroggin home, Oak, for pe~s. Tuesday, Aug. 3, hamElenor Hockman, Edgar. They day afternoon visitor of John and week. Mrs. Porter was taking lunch and to visit guests, the lear, sweet potatoes, California also viewed the Davenport Mildred Herman. classes in Kearney. Ferguson girls. All were class- mix, bread and butter, milk, Achievement Parade. Wayne Mosier and Alicia, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek mates in the Nelson school. apple-turnovers. Wednesday, James and Pauline Hanson, Broken Arrow, Okla., were last and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Follmer hosted a Aug.4,tunabunwiches, buttered Oak, were last Sunday afternoon Saturday and over night guests Paul Hoelting Friday evening, brunch honoring Jeanniene peas, sliced tomatoes, milk, visitors of John and Mildred of his parents, Marvin and sherbet. Thursday, Aug. 5, bar- becue chicken, baked potato, tossed salad, bread and butter, milk, fruit cocktail cake. Friday, Aug. 6, goulash, green beans, bread and butter, milk, canta- loupe, pudding. Doris Skinner was a last Sat- urday night guest in the Dennis Skinner home in Hastings. Sun- day she was among the guests in the Doug Snow home for a birth- day dinner for Darcy Snow. Other guests included her Grandma Snow and all of her aunts, uncles and three cousins, Angie Blau, Kayla Skinner and Sara Meyer. The dinner was hosted by her parents, Doug and Denise Snow. Darcy was 8 July 9. Herman. Margie Mosier. They were Fri- Pastor Don Hunzeker and Jon day overnight guests of his were last Monday morning visi- mother-in-law, Dot Ferebee, tors of John and Mildred Nelson. Herman. Mary Alice Corman and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Busch Angie went to the state 4-H and Michael, Round Lake, II1., Horse Show at the 4-H Expo at were July 10 weekend guests of Former Park, Grand Island, last his mother, Ida Busch. They Monday and Tuesday. Angle came to attend the wedding ofhis showed her horse, Sunny. She niece. Laura Busch, mad Chuck showed her horse at the Clay Morris at the Church of Christ in County Fair in open class Friday York Saturday, July 10. They and placed third. will make their home in St. Joe, Richard and Mary Alice Me. Ida Busch and Audrey Corman, Angie, Crystal and Spicer also attended. Laura is the Kelly attended the Anderson re- daughter of Jim and Dixie union at the Oak Park last Sun- (Sarmer) Busch. day. It was hosted by Betty Ron and Sharon Lichty, Anderson Corman. Afterwards Carleton, and Elliott and Eunice they visited the Oak Museum in Jagels took the women's mother, the Oak school. Approximately Kevin and Peney Rasing andAlma Lautenschlager, out Sun- Tamara, Sumner, Iowa, cameday for her July 18 birthday at a lastFridayandvisitedhergrand- Bruning cafe. Others present mother, Alma Lautenschlager, were Ron, Rona, Ross Volkmer, and other relatives until last Carleton, Mark, Suzanne, Tuesday. Derek, Brett and Jason Jagels, Roy Hinds celebrated his 91st Davenport, and Alma's birthday last Saturday, at his houseguests, Kevin, Pane~ and We Give Pawn Loans Nintendo Games ..................................................................... $12.00 Sports Cards .................................................................... 10 mad up New Men's Belts ........................................................................ $4.50 Aquarium Fish .............................................................. $1.00 mad up Amplifier ............................................................... : .................. $29.95 CB Scanner ............................................................................. $39.95 Race Car Set 9nd Track .......................................................... $25.99 Diamond Ring ....................................................................... $199.95 Craftsman Jig Saw ................................................................. $39.95 ScrewdrSvers ................................................................................. 49 Paintbrushes ............................................................................. $1.00 Pellet Pistol ............................................................................. $15.98 Microphone with stand ........................................................... $69.98 New Car Speakers .................................................................. $18.00 Men's Socks .................................................................... $I.00 a pair Cassettes ....................................................................... $2.00 and up Gameboy .................................................................................. $40.00 Gameboy Cartridges ............................................................... $10.0C 35 attended. The Davenport Achievement Board would like to extend a special thank you to all the com- mittees and individuals who vol- unteered their time and labor to help make our Achievement Day a success. Your cooperation and willingness to help was greatly appreciated. A calendar is the practical thing to give someone who has everything. It's a reminder when all the payments are due! Buffalo Nickels ............................................................................. 75, Springfield .22 Rifle ................................................................ $29.9~ Toys, Books, Electronics, Colns, Comics, Books and Sports Cards Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dudley, Hunter, Weslaco, Texas, Satur- day. Other guests were Carol Waterloo, Neb., came last Thursday to visit Gladys Webber at the nursing home and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobitz, Dagmar Pedersen and Anna Miller visited Mrs. Webber and Edna Hughes at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center Saturday evening. Leona Porter, Muriel Follmer, Marie Troudt, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and Parn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce and Betty McKevitt and sister, June, were visitors of Nina Bruce the past week. A family dinner Friday evening at the Phil Wehrman home was in honor of Mr. and Mra. Dan Soto, Washington, Md. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Soto Sr., Louis Soto Jr., Raymond Soto, Veronica Soto, Wood River, Amy Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and family and Ranae Grony, Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Will- iams and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wil- liams went to Glen Elder Friday evening to view the high water. Gayle Follmer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer, last week. Last Sunday the Follmers and Gayle visited Pedersen, Reba Harrington, Rosella Stansbury, Marie Troudt, Uyvonne Knehans and Karen Bennett, Grant, Neb. Marie Troudt, Uyvonne Knehans and Sharon Turner and Christie went to Roseland to at- tend the wedding of Teresa O'Dey to Eric Bruggeman Satur- day afternoon. Evelyn Honeycutt and Edith McClure went for a ride around the countryside to see the high water Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClure. Dan V. Hoffmeyer RR 1, Deshler, Neb. CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICE TV and VCR antennas, Car audio Home entertainment and cellular phones Hours: 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 2-365-7649 ..... Flood water from the White Rock Creek boiled through the Bruce Ayers By Joan Heine Marr's corn field and flowed north over the road covering the Leo Baw water was released from Lovewell Dam. Water from the flooded creek on Janet Crary attended an water and cut through the drive. American Baptist Women's Ministries board meeting in Holdrege last Tuesday. callea at the home of Ralph and her home after several weeks in a Ralph and Joan Heine visited Joan Heine Saturday afternoon. Lincoln hospital and in the A large number of members Webster County Hospital. their daughter and roommate, Christi Heine and Briget Cleve- from the First Baptist Church Glenn and Elaine Vance, land, in Hastings last Wednes- .and their friends had homemade Bladen, were Saturday afternoon day afternoon, me~eaminthecityParkSunday guests of Phil and Janice evemng. Hartman, Heather and John. Jennifer Arrants, Salina, was Hattie Wulf was a Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mont- a weekend guest of her parents, Lonnie and Linda Arrants. dinner guest of Steve and Diane gomery were in Lincoln Friday Gebers and Jamie, Nora. They to visit their daughter, Brenda Walter Hearting, Appleton, were celebrating the birthdays ofGronewold, and new grand- Me., visited with his cousin and Steve and Jamie Gebers. daughter in the hospital. wife, Keith and Daisie Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saturday and Sunday. He came Uhrmacher and Shirley Supe- to attend the Leetch family re- rior, were Sunday evening visi- IfmenwiUnotunderstandthe union in Guide Rock Sunday. tors of Hattie Wulf. meaning of judgment, they will Terry Robb and his grand- Mrs.Tom Beal reports Leone never come to understand the daughter, Christina White, Boimott, Red Cloud, is back in meaning of grace. I Insuronce Agency, Inc. Quality Protection For Your Home Auto -Business .Farm Life -Recreational Vehicles Phone 402-879-3315 117 W Third, Superior, Neb. TV Sales and Service We se vi most popular brands Antenna Repairs and Installation TV Center 402-225-3861 Flo appliances The Gas cautioning flooding ances sut prompt and According ing is heating merit propane. Flooding the controls tUrn damaged effects of foreign control Praise loudly; All donations go to Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital All donations go to. Brodstone Memort Nuckolls County O Come join the fun at the Ideal Market parking lot ALL YOU CAN EAT 6-9 p.m. Free-will Donations Will be selling hot dogs and chips from Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Hastings, Neb. Clown Davis "Crackers" will be giving away selling balloons Get Your Favorite Medical Persc 6:00 - Chris Stocker 6:15 - Lloyd Rust 6:30 - Gary Keeling 6:45 - Sandy Borden 7:00- Ron Waggoner 7:15 - Dorcas Judy 7:30 - Dr. Robert Leibel 7:45 - Sandy Roesti 8:00 - Dr. Tim Bleeha 8:15 - Jan Rogers 8:30 - John Price 8:45 - Lori You've FRUIT WALK Join The Fun// heard of a cake walk, this is a EVERY 15 MINUTES @ will be hosthag games of cha~ce Pop Toss Putt-Putt Duck pond Hoop Shoot Just For The Fun Corn Relay Plum On Onion Sack .Cantaloupe fruit walk! ' ' ' .i ,II,