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: 4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August S, 1993 By Donna Mary Hornbussel at Beloit. Mrs. Wulfs parents, Bob and Dorothy Michaud Jimand Marlene Mallon, Salina, and their grandson, Mark also attended the reunion and Michaud, Lincoln, and Lynn then visited the Wulfs through Shambaugh, Superior, were last Wednesday. Last Sunday after Sunday dinner guests of Roy and church the Wulfs attended a fam- Alta Lewis. ily dinner at the home of Steve Clara Lee Bartels, Yuma, and Diane Gebers and Jamie, Colo., and Jeanie Moore, Nora, Jarnie's birthday was eel- Saratoga, Wyo., were last Satur- ebrated. day visitors of Sanford and Wednesday supper guests of Shirley Swanson. The women Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf, Dusty are Mr. Swanson's cousins, and Jesse to celebrate Dusty's 7th Kassie Swanson was a lastbirthday were Hattie Wulf, Rich Sundayvisitoratthehomeofher Wulf, Rick and Scott and Bill grandparents, Sanford andWernecke, Guide Rock, Helen Shirley Swanson. Gebers, Steve and Diane Gebers Ethel Westphal and Matt and Jamie and Dave and Sherry went toLincoln Saturday revisit Gebers and Stacia, Nora. A Hugo lII and his wife, Dorothy, birthday party was after supper. and Christina. They celebrated Saturday evening Mr. and Hugo III's belated 40thbirthday. Mrs. Jeff Wulf and sons visited Janet Cerny, Todd and Bill and Julie Zimmerman at Jerome, Millington, Tenn., who Blue Hill. A farewell party was had been visiting her parents, in honor of Matt Zimmerman, Don and Gladys Shroycr, the who is leaving for Army re- past few weeks, returned home serves. last Tuesday. Mrs. Cerny's sis- Haley Shroyer and Amanda ters and brothers and their fami- and Stephanie Grabast are visit- lies came to visit several times ing their aunt and uncle, Sheila while she and her sons were here. and Jim Jaeb, Lincoln, this week. Amber Combs and Jon Marilyn Bargen and Kendra Combs left Thursday evening to attended a Wehnes family re- workin harvest at Alliance. union at Chattaqua Park, Family members went to the Hastings, Saturday. home of Arnold and Betty Smith Last Sunday Alfred and fortheirannual"putupcom"day Agnes Miller and Jerry visited this past week. Helping were Leland and Diane Miller, Chris- Linda Combs and Neff and Barb tina and Timmy at Seward. Thomsen, Brooke, Kara and An- Dale and Diane Delka, Beloit, drea. Jim Smith helped pick corn visited Olive Delka last Monday before work. evening. Bill Delka, Guide Last Sunday Marlin and Lisa Rock, was a last Thursday morn- Meyer and Loretta Feismer were ingvisitor.TedDelka and grand- guests of Clark and Lynette daughter, Miranda Watson, Grueber, Laurel and Bill Nelson. Guide Rock, visited her Friday Joe Bouska and Bob Newell unload Newell's wheat at the Montrose elevator one recent evening. Wet fields continue to plague family, St. Louis, Me., Mr. and luted 9..0th birthday party for Mabel Pearson and family re- union in Edgar. Wilma Karraker, Denver, was unable to attend the reunion of the Ferguson sisters because of the serious illness of her hus- band. Fred Karraker died last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin attended, his funeral in Denver last Thursday. They were overnight visitors last Thursday, of the Duane Egle family, Culbertson. LeAnn Egle accompanied them to Denver. Alice Thayer came home with them. Bob and Dorothy Cowan, Mt. Pulaski, II1., were recent over- night guests of Bruce and Ermalee Scroggin. They were joined by Leonard and Cleo Scroggin for supper. Lee and Margaret Snyder were last weekend guests of his parents, Vernon and Verla Snyder, Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson visited Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Brubacher and family, Crete, last Tuesday, attending Sara May's fourth birthday party in the afternoon and a cookout in the evening. Sondra Peterson, Lincoln, was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder were last Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Harrington. Donna Gillan attended the ball games in Lawrence last Thursday evening. Josh el tmans played. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judson and They celebrated Bill's birthday, morning. Saturday evening Dale Last weekend Bryce and and Diane Delka, Lynette, Troy Base, Flo., had arrived for an turned to Superior Saturday Floyd and Karen Rothfuss, Sunday, they attended the be- urday. Bett: Brandi Jessica Mrs. Harry Sunday to the day. : ited home and Given Albert Friday Claris Larry Ruby Lowery, union member, American tute the Jones will a degree. nit tice farmers' efforts to complete the 1993 harvest. Machines are frequently stuck and the stress of battling the mud has increased the number Mrs. Elmer Anderson Jr., of breakdowns. On dry days the Montrose elevator has received between 13,000 and 14,000 bushels each day. Overton, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Anderson and family, Battle Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Jerrym at Rogers for supper Clarence when they returned by plane. Mrs. Glen Kugler, Dayton, Ore. Mary Ann Biltoft, Nelson, and Anderson, Deshier, and Cheryl Wiltons received a call that their They attended the wedding in June Persinger was a guest also. Aileen Grummert, Glenvil. Sat- and Jessica Shelburn joined nity grandson, Dermic and Grace Omaha of Kimberly Jordan and Carol Warneking and Jenni- urday, they called on Edna Elmer Anderson and Donna grades Barleen and sons, Tyndall Air Mike Aksamit Saturday and re- fer, Doris Hudson, Superior, Hineline at Nelson. After church Gillan for lunch and supper Sat- FFA Beulah Ray went to Omaha to and Brett, Beloit, visited Mrs. overnight visit. Bob and Lucille evenino Jerr-, and Lori Omaha, and Cindy Miller and visitPaulandNancyTurley, Jen- Delka. Moeuggi~rl~p~liC~liJn~~eadt ~ae Richec~y, Alan:, Angela and daughters, Grand Island, at- nifer and Christopher. Before Dewayne and Colleen gr p y . Christina, Mankato, were Sun- tended the Arthur Samuelson fu- returning home they visited Barleen, St Paul, arrivedFridav, Clarence Wiltons. Harold ano nay ....... "si ors z r n ~tr neralatJ"l"~h""," ,-ov,.-b,-....,,.,--,s'~l" T,,)., ,'4 Milan and Dorothy Ray, Ornaha, evening to iaelp Clarence and lla Lorna Wilton were afternoon o ra. a a s. Mr. Samuelson was their uncle." and camped with them at a lake Wilton with roof work and palnt- guests.. The Barleen f ami'lies re- Edwin and Donna Mary Carol Wameking attended a near Grand Island for a few days. ing. Dan Barleen, Grand Island, tumexl to :~t. r'aul rater mat utter- ........................ l-.lnrnh,~pl w,,-,~ ,-~e,~ 1 .... h bridal shower Fridav "m Hasun,,_" ~.~ Terry, Ray, Lincoln, was aweek- came to help them Satuxday noon. puests last Saturday of ~." ~d for Jennifer Hughes. end uests of his parents John morningandreturnedhomeafterLorene Meyer visited her o ~ " g " ,.- * ' II I I IIIIII I I I IIIII and Marsha Ray, Jason and Jus- lunch. Saturday evening the aunt, Dora Ho~ns, m Supermr ~ ............ tin joined them Sunday for sup- working crew was invited to sup- lastTh, ursdayevening. Saturday [//" f'lk_ I_ i" __ lr 7t7 ~"~"~ per. per as Roger and Lynn Wiltons. mornmg mr. ann ~rs. ~eyer II (JaK n ocat 1yews II Sunday, July 18, Jeff andSyn Other ~uests were Harold and were coffee guests of Nim ~,\ II Dee Wulf, Dusty and Jesse at- Lorna Vqilton and Roser Jr. and Barfknecht, Nelson. ~ .... , , tended a Nelson family reunion Kristen Wilton. While they were DonnieartdLana Rowleyand First Community Church, Rick, Cheryl and Ciarra sons visiteo his granotatner, ...... Oak, Jonathan Brobston, pastor. Sctma~tt were last Thursdav sun- ,,,,,,,,,, Walter Kowle , Ke UOliC, at - ~. Cll and Savo Y P Saturday, Aug. 7, Youth Group, per guests of Vm and Ph lhs m,~-_J___ ,ae__. I Im~P -. ..- ., -. _ ~ Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls 6:30p.m. Sunday, Aug 8, morn- SchmittinHastings.Thisw~an I lilacs lot ~erllor l, oliiT'el-ls III Coun!yHospltal. las..t.week;They ing worship, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday early celebration of Rick and were m KepuoIIC with the Iam|ly [ Av ilahl Mnnd vthrouoh Frldav _ [![ ........ school, 10:40 a.m. Tuesday, Cheryl s anniversary as they will I .... r,,-,-~"~,"A,,,= A"=/,~ ~aIter ~s g.ranmatnerls Aug. 10, Christian Women's be in Denver on their anniver- j ........ ~.~e/Vl~R[.~I-pf .~. ~They.a~_naects.ervlces~turaaYmornnig uonme was one of the Club, ~t2:30 p;m:;:video~and sary, , iili t ,~ .... ride^-bu"aParoeardlor25ridos'S~~ lll PrayerTime, 7:30 plm. Thurs- Seven attended at the men's ~ ~,,,, ,~ ~ * v pallbearers He and his sons vis- ' i ra er breakf t r Ioo ....... , ..... .... .... day, Aug. 12, Dorcas M~ss onary p y as Sam daymorn- ivy y~=,,~ ut =~1~ =,,u .... ,,.*.~,~,~,,.,, "'l "~15" -- ww p'~ ........ 7 ....Ill 11PO nl~ oranamomer unoav .. ..... :-- .... ~, , ~" 5ocmty, l:3U p.m. ,-m. [ card tor 25 rides tot $10.00 ~ persons under ago 60 ]]] Delmar and Marlene Shrontz Vic and Ph-llis Schmitt at- Carolyn Heath, Loveland I Monda" 9am 10'30am. and l:30-4 p.m. III tended the Ka~:y Mattea concert Colo.,~adAliceThayer, York: I ..... ? ............. ,, _'_",,,:,,,, _'_" ,"XX'; III Angeles,, Calif., celebrated the at the Adams County Fair last returned to their homes, and lU~Ui~[y ,~ ~ d III /~ t.~tJ t~ II1 d.ll~ I QffJ ;~ IJ III ) - : .......... - --'-- Ill belated 25th wedding Monday evening. Enroutehome Shirley Mulkey, Riverside, Ca- I weone.soay ..i...~_ a.m.-~o_:~o a.m. p.m. Iiianniversary .wim.a mourns trip they stopped in Sutton at the !if., went by plane to Arlington, I Thursoay .......... 9 a.m.-lo:3u a.m. arm ~ :;Jo-4 p.m. IIIto ~urope. nney t rea trance, Jerry Schmitt and Rick Schmitt va., to visit her son and family I Friday ............... 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-5 p.m. I!1Belgium, zaouana, oermany and homes, last Tuesday, after a week with I Saturday 11 am-12"30p.m, ,MealsOnb/ IllEngland. For two weeks they Ike and Lucille Endicott, their sister, Ermalee Scroggin, I 11 ,:3op.m..roun,offi ih,-;rinff " Illwereatabeach_hus : nnF ant e" Bend, Ore., were last Tl]ursday 0ak..L !.Fr.iday. the women en: _=., ....~.__)_ ..=...a ......... L - Ill~r. ~oraan speaks e c u- morning coffee guests o[ vic and tertame~hignscnool~rienosano I mere= v. wnuu,=, m~ uay~ = w~w~. )hi- "1 hich w- - hi- hel- to - ........ t IIIent y, w as a g p Phyllis Schmitt. Mrs. t~ndicott g]rmooaneignt)orsatahmcheon I ano. 7o atl7o l n, resdlrv ion$ [1[them. The Shrontz' son-in-law, thought her mother was the first in the Scroggin home. Attending I "'" ....... " IllJerry Richecky, Alan and - baby born m the house m whmh were Helen Grupe, Deshler, Jean ' Clip and Save ~ gela, Mankato, met the group the Schmitts now live. Urbauer, Davenport, Nadine Combining the latest technology with time-tested methods to deliver what you need, when you need it. Our commercial printing experts will select the best way to produce your order, whether it involves tile latest in computer composition and laser printing, electrostatic plate making and automated presses or the century-'-s old method of letterpress printing with handset type. We have various sizes of presses, including a multi-color web press. 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I 402-879-3291 Superior, Nebraska68978 J The llama and dog residents recently at the Jewell County I Jo Larsen are trying to coax the llama Brenda Enyeart and friend watch. - CHp and Save --" "-" ..,,"1 I ITiim It~l~t Polio Dip~her~ _ .41 Tetanus _ Pertussis Uum , Rubella Nuckolls County 1028 Idaho : i Sttperi0r' In dinic; Brodstone Memorial Nu( Children 2 months- 20 years are welcome. ]. to sign r. cess form. Fo '1 NuckoIIs County Home/-lea_.. l