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i Locals Keith and Joan Bedford, .; Elmer Hoins, Slaughter, Features agricultural institute Thuzsd~y~ August 4,I983 .......... ..THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Communz Events Mr. and Mrs. Charley An- Mr. and Mrs. James Maley drews, Mankato, and Merua returned home Sunday from a Wester were callers at thehome week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews Jerry Rumbaugh and family, and Bill the past week. Meade, Fan. e ii IS iiii I III ii I ii Mrs. Jim Ethertou, James Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carver and Scott, Lincoln, and Mrs. and Becky, Lincoln, visited Mr. Lars Peder m, Hardy, were and Mrs. Floyd Carver and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mngens Marie Day Sunday. Made last Wednesday. Barney and -------- ---'-"-- perior. The 12th annual Nebraskaon industry - agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Stun Elledge, _ Mr. and Larry Gasper, Gum,sin the home of Mr. and :DaN Agricultural Youth Institute Gary Jageis, Davenlxrt, was Nicholas Elledge, Heath and i remermn, wash., visited Mr. Mrs. Sam Wlllett last week McNichols, (NAYI) was held July 18-22 at selected to attend the five-day Nathan Lemke, Hastings, and and .Mrs. Raymond Johnson were Ruth Willett, Sacramento, program. A major topic of Josh HeRman, Webber, were Mommy. "rney attended the Calif., Mr. and Mrs. MiktPerez an Center, the Nebraska Center for Con- discussion was animal rights Saturday through Monday Kir ey reunion at Reck Springs and Ginni Leah and Mr. and Lm Bedford, tinuing Education, Lincoln. and animal weifareism by Dr. This institute brought together Fox and Dr. Stun guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie and were enroute home. Mrs. Bob Tlmberlake, Emily Jones, Red 180 youth leaders from across Nyen, jr., and family, Glad- "-'------ and Sarah, Kansas City, and I Bargen, the state to strengthen and Dr. "Fox, strongly agaimt stone, Me. _.__.._ Scott Braun, Merced, Calif., Eden and Brodie Shuck, inia Mullen, promote Nebraska' members animal confinement, bad some Loren ..... and Monica Braun, 0 Neff], Philadelphia, Miss. L Williams, e Hfldabrant, Nazarene Church t terestmg opinions concerning t;mrg, manager of the were weekend guests of their Scoular Elevator, Superior, grandmother and=mother, Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Lester he building of operations, remains in an unchanged Braun Rondel Worth was a Schleufer have returned from a us Harrison,Bible school according to the animals condition at University Saturday visitor 10-day trip to Iowa, Illinois and cohorts and needs although few Hospital, Omaha. He suffered a ...... Wisconsin. They visited her Jean Thompson, begins Monday were very feasible. Dr. Curtis, William BrackEn, massive heart attack July 12 Mr and Mrs Monty Nielsen brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. , Me. Adding to the summertime sided more with the farmer, and is still unconscious,and Noreen, Grand Forks, N.D. HarryShaw, and other relatives l'-William Miller, wholesome activities and fun of stating that the designing of boys and girls in this corn- operations, according to an --'----- were weekend guests of Violet at Elkhorn, Wisc., and attended "Mandy Lovewell, munity will be Vacation Bible m~nal's needs, is impossible Sunday dinner guests of Mr..Lawson and Nova Nielsen, who {he wedding of Curt Meyer and Charlotte Pereson, School at the Superior Church of when we don't know their and Mrs. Loren Myers were. nas been visitlng ln the Lawson Diane Woodrlng at Janesville, Ethel Clabaugh, the Nazarene Monday through specific needs. Mrs. Robert Rust, Tresea ann home in Wichita. They also Wisc. Mr. and Mrs. Schleufer called on Pastor Tim Kenyon, Merle Roland, Friday. The time for this week- At the conclusien of the week, Susan, Ethel Briggs, Connie, i visitedMr.andMrs.Emmerson tormerly of Superior, and taia Sukora, Nelson. day event is 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Jagels was one of four delegates John and Kevin Myers and Lary I Suhler and Mr. and Mrs. '-Regina Simpson, Director Esther Waddle who was chw n as the out- Myers, Arapahos. Supper IRuasell Nelson. Mrs. Nielsen family at Leland, Ill., and Manila Nellie reports that this year's theme standing delegates for NAYI, guests were Mary Myers, accompaniedtheMontyNiel m visltedrelatlvee and frienda in Suverior; Frank will be "The Family of God." 1963. These four are guaranteed jenme and TarE, Wichita, jonn family home Sunday and they Iowa and Nebraska, including a trip to NAYI, 1963, as a Myers and Mrs. Briggs. Jennie ares i siting her heros few days. Mrs. Paul Kenyon, Beatrice. q 'ier; Jean Gray, The daffy schedule provides fun returning delegate, remained to visit in the home of Their son, Monty Philip, is !3rYl Jones, Supersor; t#nes of crafts and recreation, 1~, her grandparents two weeks, visiting relatives in Sidney. Singles tisewick, Superior; as well as learning experiences Dave. port VFW ambers, Superior; with the Bible. mm ...... rk, Esbon. "The public is invited to take Auxilsary meets .... ............ _.. .ne ~uperior ~-xpress, post of- V at ~a].eITL- tics publication CUSPS 529 300)Dance Dismissals advantage of this summertime Sunda sub "Albert Jorgensen, adventure," says Dave Radley, The regular meeting of ~ .~ f' t _.._IL scription rates: $10.00 per J.,UTtteran %., rtuz~ e Deanna Cox, Goodpastor of the church. V.F.W. Auxiliary to Davenport y ar, three years for $27.00 pay- Center Superior; Post No. 10579 met July 18 with ..... .... able in advance in Nebraska and ,, Good Mrs. John Krogh four officers present. President rne worsmp servsces., . VFW Club ~e=l=,m t , *h=t-o~ Oh,,roh m,val ~,ansas $12.00 per year or three ~uperlor. of District 13, Dixie Wharton, ~'~ ........ "~ .... "" ..... =-~a~'~e(J years for $33 O0 elsewhere in b~lperior, nas neen cnangthe ...... .... Superior, Neb. raham and entertains circle was a guest ............ m umleo :~tates. iwenty rive n'om to'no a zzs, vo ~, = "' cents .... A donation was sent to the .. _ ". :;'" __ " of per smg~e Copy ~econo Superior; nl.ellB, be'rs Thllxrnd~y Bob Hope USO Center. National _ . , ......... p stage paid aT :~uperior unoay m me aosence crass o- ^ Friday, Aug. 6 erior; Iven rasmr Davis Miuer, rasmr ................ ' r; Audrey Ruskin Chapel Circle met last delegate registration was paid .... ,,vurasKa 'uo,snea weekly oy 9 p.m, to 1 a.m. Jeff Chubb from t emany the " ' ........ ; Justin Thursday afternoon at the home The district meeting to be held Lutheran Church, RusKin," ' will an upenOrln I-'umtsmng om- transferred of Mrs. John Krogh with all the afternoon of Aug. 28 in P y, C., at 148 East Third Dance To The be nest stor Holy corn Street u g pe " , S perior, Nebraska Hospital,members present. Davenport was discussed,and trumpet, reunion will be celebrated. 68978. Mrs. Louis Noblitt presided Bethany Church she is being sponsored by several Superior businesses [ Women c rles Her grandparents are Mr. SAVES 0--Hazel Williams, bVirginia Mullen, oath: Helen Mc- throughout the meeting which opened with the group singing "Standing On The Promises." Mrs. Evon Sykes led the devotions by reading responsive reading, "The New Jerusalem." Mrs. Krogh gave the thought for the day. Roll call was answered with a patriotic thought. A short business meeting was conducted. Mrs. Sykes led the lesson, "Bible Terms You Ought To Know." The last hymn sung was "Wonderful Words of Life." Mrs. Krngh served refresh- ments. Buyers at the silent auction were Mrs. Marvin Thayer and Mrs. Sykes. The August meeting will be at the home of Clara Krogh. Good Samaritan ,-Death: William MO. Harrison, William Miller, Ruth Rathbun, Marvel Jean Hildabrant. Leland Bargen, Diana FreE,aS and SUperior; Amanda Church of Christ Davenport, Nebraska Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wheeler, Hastings, were Saturday overnight guests of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Wheeler and attended the Nondorf- Thelander wedding Sunday afternoon. mw~mmm~imm~mm Thursday Matinee 2 p.m. Trap On Cougar Mountain All Seats $1.00 50 With Coupon Held For 2nd Oig Week ALWAR, IE iJEDIi I Saturday Matinee 2 p.m. 0pen 8:i5 p,m. Showtime 6:30 p,m. Coming Soon: Stroker Ace TELEPHONE 670-$OlO : =.__,c... : Matinee Only : Admit One I and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen, mee( Thursday Ruskin, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bethany Lutheran Church Schott, Superior. Women, Ruskin, met Thursday afternoon and evening circle meetings. Devotious preceding the Bible study were entitled "Waiting For the Kingdom," based on scriptures in Luke. Cooperative refreshments were served. Horse Show Sunday The Rough Riders 4-H Club will sponsor an open horse show at the fair grounds near Nelson Sunday, Aug. 7, begirming at I0:30 a.m. The public is invited. If Anyone Wishes To Purchase Terry and Lydia Edwards' Call 402-756-3098 They are available for $6.00 each, plus postage. Thanks, Lydia's Morn l Arrange For Appointments With: .d~ , \ Betty Combs \ 'Pat Karnatz ~1~ "Arlene Rempo \'Susan Peterson "Carols Thompson { BETTY COMBS--OWNER' ' [879-3637 ] "A TAL BODY tt ttt CHICKEN- HAM Cafeteria Style 4,~0 t# 8.4)0 P.M. A~Is: ~1.00 (kHdren (tudor I|) $1J3 ;,",%; @#NI Itttraet dfter#Hn and ee#l WILD FIRE ~..~ f.I. t~ 12'~0 AJL NOT RESPOt4SIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS C O M E TO'LSt.p~...i,.' s~d I h'J'm'" south of Lawrence,Nebraska sNt~s @4p~-4, (Inside) Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Bargains Throughout Store Many New Items Added To Sale Table Some 50% to 75% Off II Reed Antique & 200 Bloom - Superior, Neb. II 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Superior, Nebraska Guests With Members Welcome "The 8is Band Sound" At The Superior, Nebraska 9"30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Get Your Tickets in The Lounge Big Band Bets Big Breaks BOB START'S Resurrected Swing is a solid-sounding 18- Diece band of mostly college guys who have been getting together the last few summers The word is getting around about them: They look good, play the Dorsey-Miller-Goodman arrangements of the '40s with verve and a respect for the material, and tt~ey're all business. Resurrected Swing started the summer with a date at the 20's a few weeks back. They will be on the main stage at the Summer Arts Festival Friday at 7 p.m., and Saturday night they have been invited back for a one-nighter at the Club 89. That is where they got their first real break in 1979--impressing both owner Dick Glasford and the customers on the dance floor. This wilt be their third date there, with another to follow in August. --Jeff Jordan, Omaha World-Herald IIIII I I1! I II 20 to 90 years DONATION $3 L.__...O-4=O_3__.j S 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wedding Dance Honoring Lisa Longer and Todd Boyles ir 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Superior, Nebraska Guests With Members Welcome I I II I I I Superior, Nebraska 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. New York Sirloin ...... i Second Annual Starting at 4:00 p.m. Lincoln Park'- Superior, Neb. For Every Elk Brother and Family Bet Your Tickets at the Bar Lonnle Diem at the Organ Every Thursday Night during August Featuring Mexican Food This (Thursday) Evening i 9:00 a.m. to 11 "00 a.m. All Children Invited .~...m=...==.. d~.- -.==-- -,~-- -,,==,- f t What Mary Kay CanOe For You Cheri Wilson, 402-879-4424 | LaVeta Blecha, 402-879-3688 I arb Schroeder, 402-879-3326 ! Independent Beauty Consultants Superior, Nebraska Highway 14 - Superior, Neb. PRESENTS 2 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Don't Miss Emlll