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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 30, 1992 /a / .... Ion Loca News I iiiii i II ii ii By Janlce Hennlngsen Sparks rode on a float with the Stan and Arm Colson visited Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley, Burr Oak, Wednesday evening. Other ASuests were Richard and Coral nn Tegley, Fordyce Parsons and the Tegleys' grandchildren, Keisa and husband, Albany, Ga. Susan Schlaefli was in Mankato several days this week with her sister, Kim. Dorothy Boeskool attended the Meet the Candidates Forum Tues- day evening at the Mankato Farmway Credit Union meeting room, sponsored by the Jewell County Farm Bureau. Travis Engelbert and Susan Schlaefli both won first in their age groups running at the Mankato Tbxeshing Bee. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Munroe Little, Mr. and Mrs, Daryl Cockroft, Brian Cpckroft, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Bdhnert, Damon, Jason and Gina dined out one evening this week. Winnie Wilson fell at her home Saturday morning and broke her hip. She was taken to St. John's Hospital, Salina, mad had surgery Sunday morning. She is in room 225. Marie Burdett's two daugh- ters m,d son-in-law, Charlotte Shaw, Durango, Colo., and Shirley and Joe Sparks, Davis," Calif., and visited her Thursday through Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Sparks attended her 40th class reunion in Downs Friday evening. Mrs. Burdett, Mrs. Sparks and Mrs, Shaw attended the parade Saturday evening. Mrs, Downs Alumni classmates. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece vis- ited Mr. and Mr. Buford Tucker Saturday evening. Nathan Foster was injured in a motorcycle accident Thursday af- ternoon. He was treated for inju- ries on his hand and arm and has been having his bandages changed each day. Neva Shoemaker, Travis and Vanessa Engelbert furnished the music program for Tuesday Hap- penings in Mankato Long Term Care Tuesday. They also visited Helen Stites. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schlaefli visited Mr. and Mrs. Stan Colson Wednesday evening. Attending vacation Bible school this week, children stud- led verses from Proverbs and learned the importance of prac- ticinl wisdom. Friday's program consisted of Bible verses, show- ing of crafts and singing action songs of Son Mountain, Wisdom and Trusting in the Lord. The youngsters brought food for the Jewell County Food Pantry each day and their money offering will go to Bonnie Long to help replace belongings lost in thff Concordia wind storm. Jean Rose was in the Downs parade Saturday. Shane, Scott and Terri Boden attended the Jewell County 4-H Junior Leaders exchange trip to Wyoming July 9 through 13. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henningsen went to Salina Sunday afternoon to take Johan Menhusen to dinner Holly Kadel of the Southeast Coyotes 4-H Club, looks on with apprehension as Judge Delores Thompson, Courtland, evaluates her reporter's book at the Jewell County Fair. to celebrate the Henningsen's anniversary. They also visited Ed and Diane Simmelink. Kamie Thomas and Nathan Rathbun were candlclighters for worship Sunday morning. Bob and Jean Rose had special music. Stan and Peggy Colson were ush- ers. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Tucker and Cody Lyons were in Wichita Sunday night and Monday. Mon- day they went to the zoo. LaNay Garrett was in the Jewell County Hospital Saturday night and Sunday with a breath- ing problem. Christrrtas in.luCy adies' Winter Coats P-B/e Coca-Cola Products s2.79 Mini-Canadian Pine Trees00 12-!nch Regularly $2.99 Sale $1.50 Each] 18-Inch Regularly $4.99 Sale $2.50 Each| Canadian Pine Wreaths 200inch i_Regular.: Sale'$4.50 30-inch Regularly $8.99 Sale $9.50 Sale Ends August 4 Ben Franklin "Better Quality For Less" Superior, Neb. Antiques-Collectibles Sunday, August 2, 1:00 p.m. I Veterans' Hall - Red Cloud, Neb. Oak Kitchen Cupboard Mission Style Oak Buffet Clawfoot Style Oak Buffet Serpentine Front Oak Dresser Large Oak Vanity w/mirror Walnut Dressing Table w/mirror Oak Glass Door Bookcase Oak Dresser w/mirror Oak Highboy Chest Oak Possum-Belly Kitchen Cabinet Oak Possum-Belly - Base only 2- Doll Houses w/furniture 2- Mobile Oil Signs, 5'x6' Flying Red Horse Approximately 100 pieces of Glass and Dishes Approximately 85 Avons Large Coo Coo Clock Tin Dolls, Beds atd Strollers WWl and WWI! Army Helmets Washington, Kan. 5- Oak Rocking Chairs 2- Hump-back Trunks Large Oak Wardrobe 5- Iron Beds Oak Lamp Table Old Style Floor Lamp 2 -Hall Mirror w/hooks Topsy Stove Large Heating Stove Commode Old Kids' Pedal Car Old Western Flyer Bike Old Wooden Box Wagon Old Lamps Old Quilts Imported Hand Hooked Rug .22 Model 62 Winchester Pump 2- Kerosene Heaters Big Album of Old (1898) Postcards?Valentines Approximately 100 Dolls, Doll Beds, Clothes (some Barbie, some Kewpie) Approximately 140 pieces of Old Toys (some cast and tin) Approximately 60 Pictures, framed (some tin and advertising) Old Wicker Clothes Hamper (belonged to Barbara Mandrel) Suit that belonged to Harold Statler Hundreds of old articles not listed for this exceptionally Large Sale Terms: Cash or Good Check. I.D. Raquirl. All Items sold In as is condition Owner and Auction Staff not responsible for accidents or lost or stolen Items Raymond Hancock, Owner Kerr and Dallmann Auction Service 402-756-3301 or 308-938-3685 Obituary -- Maag Erma E. Maag was born Sept. 5, 1904, to Claude and Laura Stedman Lansden at Cawker City, Kan., and died July 11 at the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hbspital, Superior, at the age of 87 years. Mrs. Maag was married to Clarence Maag Dec. 10, 1924, at Mankato. To this union were born two daughters, Orena Spatz and Maxine Bowman. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence, and grand- son, Bob Spatz. Survivors include daughters, Orena Spatz, Burr Oak, and Maxine and husband, Max Bow- man, Salina; five grandchildren. 13 great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Eva Halder, New Castle, Texas, and Grace Umbenhouer, Grand Island; numerous relatives and friends. Services were Wednesday, July 15 at the Kramer Funeral Home Chapel, Mankato, with Pastor Lester Snyder officiating. Interment was in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato. Karen Elkins. Eleanor is a mis- sionary has just returned to the United States where she will travel giving talks in various churches. Christie, Josh and Luke Neilson, Salina, are visiting their father, Scott Neilson, this sum- filer. Doug and Brigitte Dempsey, Robin and Laura, Dayton, Ohio, came by plane to the Mankato airport Friday and visited his par- ents, Gerald and June Dempsey, this weekend. Mason Monigold, son of Shelley and Martin Monigold, Wichita, visitedhis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garst, a week. Amber Dewey, Northbranch, visited her grandmother, Faye Kinsey, one day. Jesse and Jenny Ost, Lakin, have been visiting their dad and family, Mike and Jill Ost and daughters. Jenny returned to her Lakin home but Jesse is staying for an extended visit. The Rebekah Lodge is having a coffee Aug. 9 for Rebekah mem- bers and invited guests at the Mankato Community Housing at 2 p.m. Kelly Kniesler, Mayetta, has been visiting in the home of his uncle, Jay Diamond, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Diamond. Beam have been her daughter, Gloria Phillips, Topeka, and her grandson and family, Phil and Tracie Phillips and David, Mon- roe, La. Brent and Cristine Beck left last Monday for Colorado with their grandparents, Buck and Flossie Beck. They visited Mike and Sherry Leaf, Becky and Katie in New Mexico Wednesday. The vacationers then went by plane to California to visit Disneyland. Brant and Cristine will return July 31. Wednesday visitors in the home of Elizabeth Murray were her sister, Eunice Davidson, It took three girls, Christel Higbee, Kristina denson and Cecelia Bouray, to ket lamb, Tyler, in preparation for the Jewell County Fair sheep show. The pounds. This is 4-H fair week and there are ae{ivities going on each day and eeening. The White Rock Pea Wees and their coaches won the state cham- pionship in the tournament at Jamestown Monday evening. A good-sized crowd attended the sale of the Wint Smith house in Mankato Saturday morning. George Jansen is recovering as well as can be expected and will remain a patient in Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings, a few more days. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff McDonald, Jennifer, Brooke, Scan and Jarrett were recent visitors in the home of his parents, Joe and Pat McDonald, Topeka. Visitors in the home of Lydia and Jan Thomas, Pam Diamond and Carroll and Dixie Everist, a few ited her parents, Charles and Collelte days. Vivian Carlgren, in Norway Steve and Danny Watson, San Diego, Thursday. and Katie, Recent visitors in the home of Carroll Ever Bud and Kay Elkins were their this week at the sons and families, Bob and for his annual will be arriving this weekend to visit with his mother, Mickey Watson, other relatives and friends. Pastor Ernie and Jo Larsen have made several visits to see George and Marlys Jansen in Hastings the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garst visited i.heir daughter and family for a few days, Deanna and Rob- ert Johnson and Charles, Wichita. Jerry Schaefer and Daisy Jansen were recent visitors of Elizabeth Murray. Miriam Neilson, Salina, was in Jamestown to watch Josh play on the White Rock Pea Wee ball Jewell County Extensioll By Deanna Sweat A variety of products in pew- ticks as their ders, pellets, strips, sprays, traps Lyme disease. and other devices are available Adults to protect families against bugs should wear and pests. Additional care tective clothing should be paid not to carry bugs (avoid from out10o.r atjyitiesjjmo the and infants i mg or vtapets ...... . .... .,, : long.sleev0d Particular attention should be and pull noted for small children. Foods Use insect invites unwanted guests also. but follow When children eat, about as amounts. much food lands on the floor as Kansans in their mouths, and no matter Eisenhower how fast one keeps up with the Abilene. Thi cleaning, an odd pea, bread the late crumbs or masked fruit can easi- a Visitors ly be missed. This spells picnic er Museum, time for pests. Keep doors and brary windows well-screened and all and "Place potential entry points patched, final Protect family and pets against. 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