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Mrs. Dean Hobelmann Mrs. Lee Hoops and Minn., and Mr. Bohling, Golden Val- While in the Minnesota neonferred with national staff of Free Lutheran Returning through Minn., the visited Pastor who with Pe- Poland, joined them for the and Lola Rex and Mae Sandell, and Karen Rizek, Mark and and family, Lindy and Shirley Sandell, ' and Lisa Smith, Justin" and family, Bruce Runft and family, Pat and and Hans and Lana was held at the and Arlene Ahrens, them were Kent and Klay and Dillon, Re- and Sharlot A.hrens, Aaron, Olathe; Yvonne and Drew, North Platte, Kimminau Guide Rock. Frisbee visiting the Orient t wars and the sundae. in Belleville, are was honored on With a coffee. Attending Bouray, Donna and Mabel Eitzmann, Sarah Harvey and Liz rand Brice Ost stayed two Bill and Shirley 'were Sun- California, uests of VidaBoman was an overnight Tim Hinrichs and Poland, were luncheon Dean Hobelmanns and the tractor. are missionaries Lutheran Church of at Abiding Word and were guests at a dinner. y attended the Fair and visited Cliff and family. Evelyn ewell County Fair and County Fair. md Ellen Conzeiman, were in the area. Aurand visited with Steve Latham of Jim, Diane and I the Mark weekend in Manhat- Sandell shared a and Mac Sandell. was a coffee attended and vis- while there. were in career and technical meeting. Dean Brown, Marjorie Hromoda at Silver Lake. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hobelmann and Brian. They have also visited the Greg Hobelmann family at Smith Center. Marge Stafford, Ila Swartz and Vir- ginia Petersen attended 7-Up Club at the home of Minnie Cardweli. Bob and Vera Burge attended the Kiddies Rodeo in Concordia. Their grandchildren, Dakota and MacKenzie Breuer, participated. Beth (Snyder) Waller was a recent visitor of her mother, Barbara Snyder. She and her husband, Tony, have re- turned from two years in Korea. They are now at Fort Hood, Killeen, Texas. Guests of the Gone Stensons have been Jim and Jadeen Cook and Dennis and Robin Cook. Alana Marls, Wichita, stayed sev- eral days with her parents, William and Evelyn McClure. Glenn and Phyllis Hefts, Terran and Jamie Woolley were in Hastings to attend a performance at the drum majorette's camp in which Katrina Hefts participated. Estaline Bouray entertained guests for her birthday. The morning coffee guests were neighbors; Donna and Maureen Clark, Helen and Ilene Aurand, Evelyn Sweet, Oleta Hobson, Elaine Spafford and Mabel Eitzmann. In the afternoon she hosted another coffee. Guests were Florence Elliott, Phyllis Hefts, Helen Aurand, Ila Swartz, Josie Simms, Kathy Mohler, Arlene Stenson, Joyce Beam, Mac Sandell, Ethlyn Smith and Virginia Petersen. Rae Hobson Memorial Library hours are Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. and Tuesdays from 3 to 8 p.m. I ill II II I II II Nora B' Meta Stiles I I I Mike and Karen Thayer, Edd and Ruth Epley, Roger and Sue Williuns and h'vin and Murlene Schleufer were those from this area that attended the wedding of Carma Nelsen and Jim Tryon at the Nelson United Commu- nity Church and the reception at the American Legion Hall. Murlene Schleufer was in Lincoln, Nob., Monday and Tuesday of last week to be with her mother, Beulah Ray, while she had cataract surgery. Jessee Joy (Totten) Reid and two daughters of Springdale, Ark., visited Cleo and Ruth Thayer. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer and Marvin and Virginia Lewis accompa- nied Don and Helen Gebers to Sutton Friday evening to attend the co-op appreciation supper served at the city park. Lyndell Krondak and her mother, Elma Gerbeling, of Lincoln,joined the coffee hour Wednesday at the home of Melba Lynch. Rhea Thomson and Melba were in Hastings Thursday. Melba accompanied Rhea and Soren Thomson to attend the 80th birthday open house honoring Beth Bohling. Barbara Stutzman, Murlene Schleufer and Virginia Schleufer at- tended service at Ruskin Bethany Luth- eran Church Sunday. Theirnew minis- ter Rev. Evelyn Phillips was installed and Irvin Schleufer, parish ministry associate, assisted. A pot luck dinner followed. Irvin was honored in appre- ciation for his service during the va- cancy of a pastor. Jon Wulfattended Carol Joy Holling Bible Camp last week. Katrina was there from Wednesday through Fri- day. Their dad, Kevin, brought them home on Friday. Stacia and Haley Gebers also attended the Bible Camp from Wednesday through Friday. Their mother, Sherry, picked them up early Friday afternoon. Dave and Sherry Gebers, Stacia and Haley, spent the weekend in Hays, Kan. Virginia Lewis attended a card party Friday night at the home of Bonnie Jensen, Nelson. Don and Helen Gebers, Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie, Adlla Gebers, and Hattie Wulf were Sunday lunch guests of Otto and Wilma Moeller, Byron. They celebrated the birthdays of Jamie, Steve, Wilma and Otto. Katie O'Neill, Blair, was a guest from Wednesday night until Monday in the home of Roger and Sue Will- iams, Lance and Sarah. Katie is a friend of Lance. Alvin Epley returned home from Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital after being there with pneu- monia Monday through Friday. Sharon Kemplin, Oshkosh, Joan Loghry, Sidney, and Pauline Franzen, Ruskin, visited Leona Anderson. Jerry Lynch took his daughter, l.,akin Lynch, to Lincoln Tuesday to meet the plane for a return flight to her home in Wisconsin. The Cadams Club met last Wednes- day afternoon at the Velvet Rose. Those present were Ruth Thayer, EstherRenz, Grace Erickson, Lillian Thayer, Helen Marie Erickson and Dorothy Corman. Members talked of da),s gone by. Norman and Rosella Lunzman, Deshler, were Saturday evening visi- tor's of Don and Helen Gebers. Sunday evening visitors were Gone and Twilla Frerichs, Superior. Drought dries up Little Blue River Many people traveling Highway 5 north of Deshler were surprised when they crossed the river bridge in July. By the third week, there was no water. Vehicles have been able to drive for miles on the dry river bed. Personnel from The Deshler Rus- tler waited at the bridge Monday, July 29, for water from the west. Heavy rains west of the Deshler area on Sun- day were recharging the river. The Rustler staff reported a person could easily walk ahead of the water as it slowly flowed over the dry bed. By evening several feeof flowing water filled th.er fromiitn k to bank. Biofeedback and Behavioral Therapy Center for children and adults Does someone you love suffer from hyperactity, attention difficulties, oppositional behamor, learning problems or sleep disturbance? Brainwave biofeedback training can help! 402-4(i 1-3404 Burlington Village 208 S. Burlington Suite 106 Hastings, Neb. www.BIOFEEDBACKNEWS.COM I , /,i-I, J , :rowl Tree removal. Trimming and mp Removal Free estimates j) Parts and Special m in your combine now for )n parts and service. Purchases over $1,0OO reoeivo ,nt and no Interest Ootober =002 credit approval with Case Credit) Good through August 31st Implement East Highway 8 * Superior, NE Phone 402-879-4723 Hebron Imphment Geneva, NE 215 North. 13th Habit, N| Phone 407,?M404T II I III III Ruskin By Lois,,Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church: Rev. Evelyn Phillips, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., worship. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Paul Albrecht, pastor and Brian Ketelsen, vicar. Sunday, 10:30, worship; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. LWML. Ruskin Public Library Hours:Tues- days, 4-6 p.m.; Saturdays, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Melissa Powers, librarian. The real glory is being knocked to your knees and then coming back-- Vince Lombardi. Condolences go to Henry Drudik, who lost his brother, James Drudik, Edgar, last week. Ruskin Senior Citizens group met Tuesday noon at the cafe. Fifteen were present. Roll call was answered with "something I've done this summer." Kate Lange, R.N. monitored blood pressures and showed a video on strokes with discussion following. Betty Hanson read an article on Coke. Next gathering will be Aug. 27 at 11:30 a.m. Sherrill Torring, Rapid City, S. D., visited two days last week with friends in Ruskin. Dick and Thelma Landers, accom- panied by Mildred Drohman, Deshler, recently visited relatives in Gillette, Wyo. On July 20 they attended the ,wedding of Mildred's grandson, Reagan Means, and Jamie Archart. Thelma was honored at a cookout sup- per and at a daughter's home to cel- ebrate her July 18th birthday. Mervin and Ramona Thayer visited Deward Mclntosh, Palmer. Marilyn Willison, Hastings, and Heather Tyler, Superior, hosted a kitchen shower at the Superior library last Saturday evening honoring Shelly Bran&, who will become the bride of Kevin Urkoski, Aug. 10. Among guests were Myrna Larsen, Gertrude Brandt and her guest, Barb Debrick, Lincoln; Joetta Brandt and Shari, Karina Brandt and Betty Petersen, Hebron. Bert Christensen visited her daugh- ter, Pat File, Courtland. Lisa Van Maanen, fiancee of Nathan Schiermeyer, was honored with a shower at the home of Sarah Schiermeyer, with Arlet Schiermeyer assisting, July 20. Present were the I iiii I I Thursday, August 8, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Dan Corman falls into the dunk tank at the Relay for Life Friday evening at the Superior Wildcat Track. The activity was designed to raise money for cancer reseamh. bride-elect's mother, Melinda Van Maanen, and sisters, Jill and Beth, Lisa's grandmother, Diane Schiermeyer, Chanute, Lois Hiller and a friend, Laramie, Wyo., other rela- tives and friends. On the evening pre- ceding the shower, a birthday party was held at the Dennis Schiermeyer home honoring Nathan and Lisa. The couple will be married Aug. 16 in Iowa. Deloris Debus accompanied Adel Thieman, Hebron, on a drive to Michi- gan to visit relatives. Mike and Jennifer Jensen, Chad, Cullen and Halley, Tucson, Ariz., were Monday night to Thursday visitors in the home of her grandmother, Fern Schoof. Joining the group at various times included; Todd and Amy Voss and Karlee, Seward, Angle Puelz and Josie, Lincoln; Karl Benson, Cayden and Cale, Grand Island, Kasey Bowen and Brody, Omaha, Ed and Brenda Schoof and Matt, Denny Schoof and I I Key to the classroom Central community College is just away College Credit College credit courses are offered on the Intemet in several areas including Accounling, Agriculture, Biology, Business, English, Human Services, Information Technology, Office Technology, Personal Development and Pharmacology. Information Technology professionals can earn a Web Support Specialist Certificate through online study or you can take online courses as part of an Associate of Applied Sdence Degree in Industrial Technology. For more informalion: http:l/webclasses.cccneb.eclu Nob Train We also offer online lraining through NebTrain, a statewicle multimedia library that uses Internet and CD-ROM tenology. Some 1,200 courses are offered in the areas of Academic Skills, Electrical Technology, Information Technology, Inslrumentalion, Manemant and Supervisory Skills, Mechanical Training, Miclrosott Training, Comput Operating Systems, PC Skills, Quality Control and Regulatory Requirements. V'mit NebTraln at: http:llnebtrain.ccneb.edu Central COMMUNITY COLLEGE An equal opportunltylafflrmatlve action Institution To All Motor Vehicle Operators: Proper use of car /asP, in# saves l00,es and#'s law., I Tri-Cities SAFE KIDS free car seat check event :,.,. Thursday, Aug. 8 ; " ' 3 plm. to 7 p.m. ' Alexander Motors ':. ..') 302 N. Commercial Superior, Neb. to b#ng to the event:. Vohiab , t , (Y V/c/e tmdctu'smttru, //a. Now aar seats a 'pumhase For appoint call Vederle Watlon, ' Nuckolls nty  nrdngs 402-879-3281  226or Leigh Ann Webber,   Start 402-879--3432 Supporting agency: Human I Services (H,I.S.) This ad sponsored by Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital Tori and Phil and Karla School S handa and Krista. The Jonson family visited Rose Hailer, Red Cloud, Wednesday and took her out for dinner. Several townspeople attended the Relay for Life event in Superior Friday evening as participants and spectators. Tim and Heather (Sorenson) Selderman, Dubuque, Iowa, are the parents of a daughter, born Aug. 5. She has been named Breana Jo. Grandpar- ents are Pastor and Mona Sorenson, Colorado Springs, Colo. He was a former pastor of Bethany Lutheran in Ruskin. Jr. High football check-out The Superior Junior High football equipment check-out will be held start- ing at 5 p.m., Tuesday in the west gym. Practice will begin Monday, Aug. 19, after school hours. Students are to have had their physicals taken and to bring their forms on check-out night. If athletes have questions or conflicts call Dave B arnard at Superior High School. Never lose your temper because someone else cannot think clearly. I I IIII I GARST Test Plot Tour Tuesday, AUg. 13 7 p.m. Kirk and Eve Duensing invite you to a test plot tour at their farm, two miles south of Byron, Neb. There will be a short tour of the plot and Garst representatives will be there to answer questions. *: ............ "Refi'eshtrnts follow.   III III I Jll I If questions, call 785-237-8800 II II I III II I I , featuring the Publk Grand Opening (elebration of "KooI-Aid: Discover the Dream" The Hand,-on Exhibit for the Whole Family Sundays August 11, 2002 lu ALL DAY NOON-1PM KOOI.AId: Dover the Dream exhibit is open* Dolphins and Journey into Amazing Caves shown in the Lied Super Screen Theatre* Boxed Social Lunch in Highland Park (behind the museum) with prizes for best presentation. Gill 800-508-4629 to RSVP "The Sky Tonight" in the J.M. McDonald Planetarium* Safe Solar Observing on the front patio The KOoI-AId Men, free Keel-Aid, and Keel-Aid cookies by Allen's of Hastings on the front patio, Historic chil- dren's games and a taffy pull in Highland Park, with face painting. Magk Castle JumlPA-Roo, Perkins antique car display, clowns and morel T'Dance K:hOOI of Performing Arts dance revue in the Abbott Room (enter through south double doors) Histod(al Interpretation of Museum Founder Albert Brooking in the Abbott Room Marsquest in the J.M. McDonald Planetarium*, Chorus of the Plains barbershop singers perform in the Abbott Room . Donovan Welch; retired UNK professor, recites his original poem, KooI-Aid, 1944 in the Abbott room. Shrek (3Smm film) shown in the Lied Super Screen Theatre. All tickets $4.$0 each* *Museum membership, or museum or theatre admission i required. 441.4619 * 800-$08-462,9 *14th & Burlington, Hastings, NE * www.hastingsmuseum.org