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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 4, t 983 and Mrs. Buriey Copas and and Mrs. Russell Hale. 1"ney are Sunday evening after a 10-day " abe for and al , way. p, rk with, , in Mr. and Mrs. Glenn oUm" area attractions. : Ha oral News ,,. .=,,.. ~. ~,, ., Mlekelsen and their grand- brinier. George Hansen had a By EstherWyatt Harry Webber Wednesday family, Pryor, 0kla., came daughters, Kellle Mickeisen, efvtsitwithh sister, Mrs. Thm'sday for a few days with Lincoln, and Megun and Amy Vic Jones (Donna), and her The first week I wrote news I morning, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards Breault, Hastings, went to Rock daughter, Pare, Bartlenvllle, toll of four contractors and Ross were Sunday evening and family. The Edwards Springs Ranch sonth of Janction Okla., who were in Belleville their employees working in callers in the Webber home. family has been kept qulto busy City, Kan.,toaKinseyfamfly visiting Goldie Jones, her town. week has seen Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller lately attending the various ball reunion Saturday evening. The mother-in-law. another contractor working on at--the ball games at games that have been in famflyreunienwas a weekend[!:Ch : ~'-~" our streets. The hard surfacing Daykin Friday and Saturday progress, event. Family members gather (f several blocks in town is in eve~b~g, sandra Bothwell was hostess from Pennsylvania to Utah for progress at this time. Theother Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth toMrs. NeisSorensenatcoffen theseramione. [drch News ..eto. are com- P, rs= '--t . Mrs. Lorl, Oldham and ....... : ...... UJJ peletion at least the jobe are Thursday eyeing after a week Mr. and Mrs. Darell Rhosda Amanda, Gillette, Wyo., and still in progress so we are in California, visiting friends were atWilberSaturdaytovtstt Opal Laird were Monday St." Paul Lutheran Church, hoping that the raen will be able after attending the California.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Red morning coffee guests of Mrs. Hardy: Ted McIntyre, pastor. to survive the heat wave that Nevada District convention of Culler. Guy Loop. Last Tuesday Sunday, Aug. 7, 10:30 a.m., The slab floor is poured and girders erected as work progresses in has been in full force in thla part the Danish Brotherhood at Mr. and Mrs. Wtllard Me- morning Jolene Allington, morning worship with holy new building to house the fire engines and related equipment. --Ex of the United States. Bakersfield. Mr. Pedersen is a Cutcheon were in Omaha Superior, came to call on the commtmien. There will not be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webber National I)irector of the Danish Tuesday to Thursday with Mr. LonpsandConnieSwihartwasaany Sunday school during the hospitalized for several weeks, attended the Davenport RitaM/llerin visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brotherhoed.Amongthelrotber and Mrs. Mark Kelley and Sandayvisitor. monthofAngust.Tueaday, Aug. He is convalescing satkfsc- Achievement Day last Satur- afternoon. Weiser, Concordia, Sunday stops included a visit with the family who have moved into Mr.andMrs. JamesZoltenko 9, 8 p.m., church counciltoriely, day. evening. Bob Pedersens at Lemoore, Omaha from Hasth s. Theyand" Lanny returned home meeting. Allen Lipker left July 24 to Mrs. Louis Noblitt and Mrs. rain fell in Georgia Webber called on Solvang, Calif,, a trip to celebeate h/s l}irthday Friday ' lowa, aftersomethnebere. He Aspegren, Courtland, Wed- and more me Grace Fuller Sunday afternoon. Disneyland and other places of evadng. was accompanied by Mrs. nesday afternoon. This was the The and Mr,. David Sulvang is a typlcal Mr. and Ke= th Stitk,,, l, IS I tl oa WS Upker's maul, Even month of July. Larsen and family, Hays Danish town with tourism as Phoenix, Ariz., left Tuseday Lillich, Superior, who visited Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Kastrup Springs, Neb., called at the their main attraetlon, after a week with her sister, Howard Miller home Wed- Mrs. Tim Aldrup ha= been AltaMaePedersen. Tbeywere ByM .RanaldLew Gall K]een and family, Mr. and the Lipker family a weak. ,and granddaughters, Laurel Houseman: Mrs. Gaff Kleen, Florine and Lindsey Kastrurp, were nesday enrouto home after a attmding the University of busy during the week visiting Bethany Lutheran Church: Mrs. Kevin Hinz and daughter Meyer, Mrs. Stan Lowery and weekend guests of Karen reurlAOrL I visit in McPberson, Kan. They Nebraska, Lincoln, summer relatives at Lincoln, their Pastor Jeff Chubb. Sunday, and Pastor Larry Rodencal and Mrs. Leonard Wortman at- Kastrup, Laurel. They attended sesslons to advance her brother, Albert Jensen, at Aug. 7, Sunday school, 9:30 Joel. tended the "Keep Nebraskaa Kastrup family p/chic at Mr. and educational certification. - Nelson, and friends in this area. a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Rnggs, Beautiful" Awards Luncheon at Wayne Sunday. Houseman, are serving the St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Hays Springs at present and send greetings to all their friends around Hardy. Art Pedersen accompanied Fern Miller to Minden Saturday Mr. and Mrs, Willard Me- Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Cutchenn were Sunday supper Nets Soremen were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delhert guests of the Glen Edwards Roper. family and then went to Oak to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill, watch the teams play softball. St. Mark's Lntheran Church: and Mr. and Mrs. William the Livestock Exchange Robert Lewis and Amy, Canada, and Pastor Larry Rodencal. Sun- McellervisitodMrs. William A. Building in Omaha Friday.Grand Island, were Saturday George day, Aug. 7, Sunday school, 8:45 Rogge, Parkview Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lipker guests in the Ronall Lewis Alberta, a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m.Deshler, last Sunday aftornoon, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kleen home. They also visited Stella Houseman Ruskin Public Library Hours : Mr. andMrs. WendellWflson, were among Ruskin folks who Neblitt. Brooks from morning to attend funeral Capistrano Beach, Calif., Eastern Star met TuesdayTuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed- Superior, entertained at a members servlcesforarelatlve, Mrs. arrived saturday for s couple of evenlng for lts regular meeting, nesdays,7-Up.m.;saturdays, 9- cookout supper at thelr home D p tL IN John Olsen. weeks' visit with his mother, Sunday evening, June 24, and 10 a.m. Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen, Sunday evening, July 24, / Children and the late William Shaun Morton, Simi Valley, Ruby Hill. They had a care ngain, on Friday and Saturday librarian, honoring their daughters for aven or oca ews Catherine ouse Calif., came last Monday for a dinner at Byron Sunday. evemng Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Slocum, their birthdays. Lindsey's first were Mr. and three-week visit with his Mr.andMrs. R.C. Coposand Edwards and Mr. andMrs. Neis Edmore, Mich., were Wed- b/rthday was July 24, and ........................ grandmother, Mrs. Kermit Joyce, Bowling Green, Kan., Sorensen attended hallgames, nesday to Friday visitors of Mr. Amy's fourth birthday was July ByMrLCalvinMeers Zimmerman,Falrbury, were and Erickson, and Mr. Erickson. came Friday for a 10-day visit Tbelast two gamas were played and Mrs. Donald Pete en. Mrs. 25. Guests attending were the Mrs. Dang Snow and Doric.k, Wednosday dinoer guests of Mr. Brooks; Mr. Ardith Hausen visited Mrs. at the Hugh Copas home. Mr. at Davenport. Slocum is the former Anna girls' great grandparents, Mr. Hastings, visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Skiener. They visited Houseman, ! Hubert Breault is Hanson who had lived her and Mrs. Charles Scattorgued, Dale Skinner, Friday. Derick with lda Busch in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. girlhood days with Rh~rwd(~ami]y Eagle, and Mrs, Flits Soren- remained with his grandparents -Mrs. McKay is a sister of the Calgary, Dr. on a farm south of sen; their grandparents, untfl Saturday evening. Visitors ladies and Mrs. Zimmerman is Evans, Mr. Monday evening, July 25, Florence Wilson, Superior, and in the Skinnm" home Saturday a niece. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Houseman, guests in the home of Mr. and and Mrs. Elias Sorensen; evening included Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Superior, visited in the Albers, Chevy Mrs. LaVeryl Klenn, Luke and . and Mrs. Lynn Sorensen Dang Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Skinner and Ernie Blau homes son, Wayne Jacob, to honor Jacob for his and Heather, Harvard, Mr. and Leonard Snow and Mr. andMrs. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Md., Mr. Sunday evening they went to third birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sorensen, Hastings, Randy Meyer, Kristen and Wilbur Blau, wes-e Wright, Meridian, Ruskin to call on Helen Shaw. Mrs. Jim I-Ilnz, Mr. and Mrs. and Henry Wiis , Kenesaw.Sara, all of Hastings. Maxine also guests in the Ernie Blau and Mrs. Da Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hale,Earl Kleen, Shirley Hlnz, C.A. Mr. and Mrs. Gffford Larsen McKay, Lincoln, and Mrs. Dang home. Laverne, Calif.j Wauwatosa, Wise., were Hinz, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Crawl attended the 4-H bike cam...... _ Houseman and Saturday dinnor guests of Mr. and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. petition in Nelson last Saturday (( ~'~]and Mrs. Ellis " mornmg" Their grandson' tl L IN: j] and Mrs. BudMissoula_ Michael Melvin, was a par- awrence Loca ws and MrSMo Whitney-- Thompson ticipant. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanmm, -- 1 ~ Kellogg and insurance Agency, inc. San Howe, Doulphan, and ByMlssBendeeMiller sister from Billings, Mont., was Mrs. Clarence Joyce Drew and daughters, Laurie 3anda, daughter of also there, and all attended the and Mrs. 1 6 ft. Tandem Axle Trailers Auto-Homeowners-Farm-Commercial Hastings, were in Blair last Mr. and Mrs. John Janda, isone wedding of a niece. Auburn, Calif.; weekend to attend a Hansen of 145 students from across the Sister Geralyn Bolte is Silas 8 ft. Single Axle Trailers Top Companies-Competitive Rates family retmion at the Richard of Nebraska attonding the visiting her parents, Mr. and Wash., Mr. INSURANCE IS I-h/usen rural home north of annual summer music Mrs. Joe Bolte. Houseman, B Mrir. camp at Kearney State College Stel]a Kucera and Mr. and Calif.; Mr. FULL TIME JOB and Mrs. Sheldon Oken, this week. Mrs. W. B. Kucora and h'vin Munster, Fairbury, were Sunday af- Family membershelpedMrs, attended a family picnic in and Mrs. tornoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Friend celebrate herSeward Sunday. Pem'yn, Calif.; 842 East Fifth St. Mikkelasn. ,. blrth , y at a dinner Saturday Mrs. Dan Mazour, Omaha, Hugh O'Neal, ..... and Mrs. Bob Allyn, who evenlng.. " and Mrs. Jerome D. Mazonr, Calif., daughter q were enrouto to Oahkesh, Wise., Lydia Frey was r ceptly Nelson,. ere Wednesday af- Herb Nelson, on vacation, were Wednesday visited by her niece, Anne ternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Harold overnight guests of her parents, Battaglin, of Indiana. Mrs. Levi Miller. Hollis Grone, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof. Mr. and Mrs. David Mazour Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kim- Others att d] Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and family visited her father, minau and family and Sister great and Christonsen have returned to Don DeMurs, and brothers,Loretta Hubl went to Stockton, children, their home from Hastings Dick and Don, and their Calif.,where they vacatlm~ed ~H[rs~. ~ s~ where Mr. Christensen wasfamilies in Cavalier, N. D. Her with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l Victor Hubl, and other mem. fandly, Deshler, i [ ~ bers of her family two weeks. Several fan [ .. __ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Herbek and tended the [ ~ ~ ~ Your Land Bank family, Princeton, Ky., are andVinoasal [ oners constructive credit visiting in the home of his The next. J .Ira=~. for home and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey two years. T [ Tarm ouilding. Herbek. Louisa Cat] - - . Mr and Mrs Glen Friend J Federal Land Bank Assoc,anon ~ ~ " ---- ;7 .... lived in the I of Grand Island ~ ~ ~ accompamea t~tr oauguter, 1912-1929. t V iP~4g ngl [ F oldContactOlflce Mrs. Paul Anderson, to her . I|Rh~wlsThUrsdaYsectetw~lU:30a,m.servlce- 12:00 noon ...... m.-...,.-,-......... home =-" ,u'^ .d.,,,,,,, ,v,t^- "the la ( | 436 Commercial. Superior. Neb. ~l~rne time. found was j ,o~-ez~-,~l Mrs. Levi Miller and family Cullinan HAVE Phone 402-879-331 5 Superior, Neb. 1t 7 West Third Street--Superior, Nebraska ' ~ ~ C I I I "m "X" * FREE-- ** Open A New Checklng THE * . = Account and Receive A** Custom-Made Genuine** ** Leather Checkbook Cover** *************************** 1. MONEY MARKET INSURED SAVINGS/CHECKING" 2. SUPER NOW CHECKING* 3. SUPER NOW WITH BANKERS CARD" 4. NOW CHECKING* 5. NOW CHECKING WITH BANKERS CARD*' 6. BANKERS CARD CHECKING 7. REGULAR CHECKING "These checking accounts pay INTEREST. rate depends on type of account selected. STOP IN AND LET OUR EXPERIENCED STAFF EXPLAIN THE CHECKING ACCOUNT BEST FOR YOU!l! e SAFEGUARD YOUR CASH oHAVE VALID RECEIPTS e PAY YOUR BILLS BY MAIL oHAVE PERMANENT RECORDS e MONTHLY STATEMENT WITH CANCELLED CHECKS MAILED TO YOU oF.D.I.C. INSURED TO $100,000.00 MEMBER FDIC rmers tate O. "People Serving People Since 1910" Phone 402-879-3271 Superior, Nebraska ,mmission , Inc. Tuesday, July 26th sold 780 head of cattle. Here's how they sold: Butcher cows to ................................ $41,75 Bulls to ....................................... $51.00 Baby calves to ........................ $265.00 per head STEERS 286 Ibs., 416 Ibs., 495 Ibs., 626 Ibs. 696 Iks. 720 Ibs. 799 Ibs. 801 Ibs. 867 Ibs. 873 Ibs, 898 Ibs. !,078 !.143 Phillipsborg ........................... $65.60 Republican City ........................ $64.50 Phillipslmrg. ; ......................... $63.00 Paradise .............................. $62.25 Paradise .............................. $59.00 Norton ................................ $59.25 Alma .................................. $59.50 Alma .................................. $58.75 Alma ........; ..................... .... $68.76 Kerwin ................................ $69.25 Alma .................................. $58.85 Ibs . Orleans .............................. $67.00 iks., Heidrege ............................. $57.50 HEIFERS 317 Ibs,, Phillipsburg .............. . ............ $66.50 402 Ibs., Alma .................................. $56.25 440 Iks.. Norton ............ ................. ... $56.00 496 Ibs. Alma ................................... $66.76 660 Ibs., Alma .................................. $64.75 766 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $55.25 798 Ibs., Alma .................................. $55.35 804 Ibs.. Alma .................................. $54.00 1,025 Ibs., Holdrage ............................. $54.25 For More Inisrmatkm or Cnsigmsents, Please Call Collect: Larry Freeland, 308.928.2139 Abe Parish, 308-928-2634 6ene 61anzer, 308-493-6679 And is time 8tUktH Area Hethyl Bigge, 913-425-6470 P Alma, Nebraska visited Father Ed Valasek and TheCatch. J it in to us.We'U Apple" lie or App Computer. 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