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815. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 29, 2010 I I Davenport By Carol Lowery |1 July 1 I Lorene Bethke attended the service reaching 100th anniversary of the State Line Lutheran Church at Hollenberg, Kan. A dinner was served after morning services. Afternoon ser- vices also were held and a lunch for Iqwed. This church was built in 1910 and Lorene's grandfather Knullel helped build it. It was a joyous day for Lorene because she got to see many old friends. July 17 Walt Lange and Lorene Bethke went to Julesburg, Colo., to see their brother, Maynard Lange, who is now living in an assisted living. They returned on Sunday evening. While visiting Maynard, they got to see his family which they had not expected. They also visited Rich and Linda Dana and Michael Hatch at Carleton. Sadie Simonton went to Grafton on Sunday afternoon to the home of her daughter Faye Benin. Faye's guests for supper were Pare Benin, York, Kevin and Heather Benin and family, Geneva. They celebrated Sadie's 95th birthday. Sadie was an overnight guest of Faye and returned home on Mon- day. The Davenport Senior Center cel- ebrated the July birthdays on Thurs- day. After the meat was served Marianne and Malissa Samson, grand- daughters of Jeanne Grone, favored them with several songs. Summer reading program at the li- brary is going well. Pete McConnell. Hastings, gave atalk to the group about storm chasing and Dary I from LBNRD gave a program on ground water. Both were informative. Janet Voss attended a baby shower on July 18 in Lincoln. Neb.. honoring her daughter-in-law. Wendy Voss. The baby boy is due in October. Vern and Irene Hartman attended the Fillmore County Fair in Geneva. Gayle Becwar and Iris family also were there. Gay le was busy showing tricks. Lloyd Holtzcn is home after having surgery at Bryan hospital in Lincoln. You might see him out and about. Dana Kcim is recovering from her brain surgery at her home in Waco. She is doing quite wcll. Georgia Keim spent Wednesday in Grand Ishmd with her sister. Helen. Joe and Georgia were in Lincoln. Nab.. to watch their granddaughter. Ava Kcim, phty her las! ball game of the season. Visiting over a long weekend with Larry and Marie Krueger were Lcroy Kruegcr and Garry Miller. Rapid City, S.D., Ellen Stwalley, Tabitha and Hunter. La Porte. Iowa, and coming on Friday lot a visit with all was Roma Heinrichs. Shickley. Wcndcl and Carolyn Mosier at- tended the semi annual reunion of de- scendents of the late Henry and Fern Laubcr. !t was held at thc Holiday Inn in Manhattan. Together from the 16th through mc 18th were 60 people from New York. Massachusetts. Ohio. Cali- Iornia. Arizona. Kansas and Nebraska. Two evening meals were held at the home of Reyn and Susie Mosier and were hosted by the Wendel and Carolyn Mosier families. Various activities were enjoyed during the weekend. Sunday afternoon and evening found all of them departing for home and hoping for another reunion in two years. July 12 visitors of Don and Marilyn Ahrens were John and Nana Jenkins. Brunswick. Me. While in Davenport they also visited with Kenneth and Helen Buckles. John and Nana were enroute to Brtmswick. Me.. from Alaska. Don and Marilyn Ahrens traveled to Estcs Park and Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado on July 14 and 15. They then contmued on to Douglas, Wyo. where they attended the 2010 Ross Family Reunion hosted by Norman Ross of Douglas, Wyo., Shirley I,issolo. Westminster. Colo.. and Betty and Harold Schmidt. Den- le Dr. ver, Colo. Friday evening the group went on a scenic di'ive and had a picnic at Ayres National Bridge Park located west of Douglas. Saturday everyone visited, shared pictures, memories, caught up on family news, took family pictures and a whole group picture. A buffet was served at noon. Family members attended from Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska. Veterans of Foreign Wars past state commander, Dale Wittrock and auxil- iary state color bearer Linda Wittrock, helped with the deployment picnic of A Troop 1-134th Cavalry held at Lovewell Lake July 11. A meal of hamburgers and hot dogs were served. This group will be deployed to Af- ghanistar: the latter part of July. This event was sponsored by Superior VF~ Post with help from-Geneva Post and Davenport Post. A group of 175 to 200 were served. Ellen Buresh made k01aches for the Altar Society to sell at Nelson's Farmers's Market held S aturday morn- ing. Mariam Group met at Christ' s Luth- eran Church with Patrice Hoffman as hostess and Pam Pearson giving the lesson. Monday overnight guests of Wendel and Carolyn Mosier were Carolyn's niece, Carolyn and Ed Littlejohn and three children of Bullhead, Ariz. Tuesday evening supper guests of Wendel and Carolyn Mosier were Carolyn'' sister, Lois and Glenn Zook, Alexander Motors, Super or, again donated a car for the use of the driver's educatioh course at Superior High School. Perry Freeman, chief of police, teaches the course with help from Charles Columbus, Ohio, Darrei Mosiers, Isom, superintendant, and T m Schmidt, county attorney. The 20 students enrolled this year inc ude, from left: Danie le Richardson Brody Elledge, Austin Nondorf, Junior Reed, Casey Shipman, Shickley, Matt Mosiers. Strang, and Lauren Rempe, Nevada Diehl, Mac McCutcheon, Brian Simonsen, Lenny Imler, Shawnee Shoenrock, Levi Schultz, Kendra Schiermeyer, Morgan Kroeger, Gavin Caldwel, A exandra Meyer, Makay a Clark Shultz. Shickley. Utecht, Taylor Wittke, Chelsea Renz and Samantha Shaw. Patt~ Johnson and Zola Johnson SHS attended theSellerssaleatNelsonon family enjoyed the week together cel- attended the 22nd annual Nomad Con- day through Friday with her daughter Dri ed offered at Saturday. ebrating Nancy's birthday along with vention, and son-in-law. Darla and Doug Voigt vers . Zola Johnson took Cole, Grace and the gourmet cooking as everyone tried Dale retired as membership coordi- at St. Paul. She also enjoyed time with Amanda Minge to their home in to out perform the other while taking nator. He is web master taking care of her ~randdaughter, Erika, who will be The driver's education program is plating the driving test agam ! Hastin~stobewiththeirmother, Sarah turns preparing the evening meals, the web site for the Chevolet Nomad a freshman at the University of Ne- taught annually at Superior High Students must drive through bnsi- Minge~" after the summer with their Saturday, the 17th. everyone headed Association. Bill and Helen braska Omaha. School. Perry Freeman, Superiorchief ness districts, residential neighbor- dad, Mark Minge. After arriving in forhome. Rich, Wanda, AngelaJoand McCoubrie, Bellwood, accompanied Saturday visitors of Deloris Van of police, teaches the course with the hoods, on gravel roads, highways and Hastings, they went to Sam Hubbards family took Nate via the Kansas City the Pfeifers on this trip.They returned Skiver were her great-grandchildren, aid of Charles Isom, superintendent, ihterstates to pass the course. There / home and he joined them in going to airporttoaflightbackhometolndiana horne via Denver and attended the flea Kylie, Devaney and Braden Mosier, andTimSchmidt,countyattorney.The were 20 students enrolled this sum- Mary Lanning to visit his mother as the rest of the family would be market but headed for home because West Lafayette, Ind. course includes 20 hours of classroom mer, Freeeman said. Use of a vehicle Denise Hubbard, who had surgery, together another week visiting family of the heat. learning, four hours behind the wheel "fortheclasswasonceagaindonatedby Sallie and Dale Pfeifer received in Nebraska. Lucy Voigt called on the Pfeifers DAVENPORT SENIOR CENTER and four hours of time in the car ob- Alexander Motors of Superior. word that their daughter, Laurie Rich and Wanda entertained their on Thursday afternoon. Aug. 2-6 o,, serving other drivers, i Johnson, Omaha. is recovering nicely Indiana grandchildren Friday and Sat- Mildrdd'Ivlealey, SanDiego, Calif., Monday: chicken nu==ets, potato Schmidt talks with students about~'~~ "~ from surgery, urday Their mother was attending her stayed from Wednesda.y July 14 salad, chuckwagon corn, pears, ticketing trafficviolationsandthecourt grandparents Zoubek farm sale. They through Thursday July 22 visiting her Tuesday: St. Louis rib. cheesy po- system. Isom sha;c,s personal experi- Dale Vorcc, Nathan and Hannah. Council Bluff,,;. Iowa. stayed from Tuesday until Thursday with his par- ents, Don and Arlene Vorce. The chil- dren had to come to Davenport before school started. Don and Arlene Vorce attended the Wiechman family reunion at Greenleaf. Kan.. on Sunday, Rich and Wanda Mosier family's hi-annual summer ,,el toeether was held in Branson. Me.. this year, July I 0 to July 17. Natc. Angel.a and children, Kylie, Devaney, and Braden. West Lafayette, Ind., Lance. Angela and children. Erin and John, Omaha, Kelly, Nancy and child Owen. Lincoln, Nab.. along with Rich and Wanda enjoyed a week of swimming, cave explorations, riding the "Ducks". one day on Table Rock Lake with boating, tubing and swirnming, tourmg sights and shop- ping. Lance's family ttx)k a day and toured a Civil War museum-park bar- racks and Civil War-Native American Cave near Springfield while the rest of the f'amily went to Eureka Springs, Ark.. sight-seeing and shopping. Rich and Wanda attended Noah's Ark mu- sical with a back stage tour before the play started and highly recommend this to anyone going to Branson. The Tree removal, Trimming and ( Stump Removal Insured ! Reasonable rates I Free estimate, s' Phone 402-879-3605 linic nary Darrell Kile Small and large animal services Grooming appointments. House calls Country calls After-hour emergencies Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon o@ 1 Doing business as Superior Deshler 8 East Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) Insurance protection for what's important to you Nate Casey, LUTCF FARM BUREAU AGENT 449 N. Central Ave Superior, Nab 68978 Ofc. 402-879-3377 Cell. 402-200-0611 FARM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES ln$1~"al~e l~esDnera$ 879-4749 .r l .i' IA 50266 877/860-L~04, Meml~r SIPC. Farm ~reaLI Mutual Ir~urance ~ :W~ern C'~L~u~r~ ~-_ ,. C0moanv* Faffn gule~u L e nsuran~ Con~ny" N/est Des IOdines, IA "NfiMte.s colNlan'~ ixo'~e~-, o~ ~rm u~eau F nsncial Seh%es 2009 FBL Financial Gr0~..lC Id019 (8-091 all returned home on Sunday, July 25. Larry Ficken came [rom Grand Is- land on Saturday evening and stayed overnight with his mother. Cleora Ficken. He took her to the Ficken fam- ily annual picnic at Lovewell Park. Hosts tbr the day were Hdward and Winona Wagner, Bruning. A medium crowd came for the day. Wednesday evening Wcndcl and Carolyn Mosier took their guests to the Darrel Mosier home for supper. This included the Zooks and Matt Mosier family. Wendel and Carolyn took Iola Mosier out to eat in the evening for her birthday. They had ice cream and cake afterwards at her apartment. The Mosiers had lunch in Hebron with Millie Mealey last Tuesday. They also visited Marian Mo~tcr. Dale and Sallie Pfeifer returned home on Sunday evening from their trip to Rapid City, S.D. where they mother Marian Mosier of Courtyard Terrace in Hebron and other relatives. Rich and Wanda had a Sunday noon meal with them. Angela Jo. Kylie, Dcvaney and Braden stopped Tuesday for a visit. On the 21 st, Wanda ate with Millay and Marian at noon then Rich joined them in the evening for lasagne and salad. Thursday Rich and Wanda took Millie to Omaha for a flight back to San Diego. On their way home they stopped to see Lance at his house be- cause he had outpatient surgery at Clarkson Hospital that day and was recuperating at home. Deloris Van Skiver announced the arrival of a great-grandson, Maddox Alan Van Skiver. Maddox arrived July 21 around 6:30 p.m. weighing in at eight pounds and 10 otmces. Parents arc Mark and Wendy Van Skiver. Fairbury. and first time grandparents, Max and Sue Van Skiver. Nelson.' 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