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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 25, 2Oll Highland By IvaLee JacObitz i Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter were M. and Mrs. Don Cassell and Drew, and Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Cassell and family. Saturday dinner guests of Ron and LaVeta Porter were Darlene Shaw and her brother. Wayne Porter. of Webb City, Me. Mrs. Darrell Jensen and Muriel Follmer were coffee guests of Kathy Brethour. They met Kathy's mother- in-law who was visiting her son and wife. Muriel attended tle Red Hat break- fast at the coffee shop along with many other members last Tuesday. Donna Gillan and Muriel attended the musi- cal entertainment at the coffee shop Thursday evening That morning the birthday breakfast was held at the se- nior building. Dennis Follmer was a supper guest of his mother Friday. GayleFollmer of Lincoln, Neb. came for the week- end. Saturday supper guests of Muriel to celebrate their birthdays were Gayte, Gary, Shirley and Kathy. Dennis also attended. Mallory Kleen and her brother. Kaden, came Friday for the weekend with their grandparents, Gary and Bemita Ostdiek. Last Tuesday, Ivalee Jacobitz met Kaylene Kuhlman, Juniata and Deborah Telles of Tucson, Ariz., for coffee. The women are cousins and Kaylene was Ivan' s cousin. Her grand- mother, Isa Sack, was Ivan's father's sister. They were interested in geneal- ogy and history of the Jacobitz family. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert attended the funeral service at the cem- etery for Joan Ray Pederson last Tues- day afternoon. Jamie McClure. Lincoln, Neb., was home for the weekend and visited his Uncle Mike and Marvin. brothers, and mother, Mariys. Dan Jacobitz. Markee and Jaycee, were visitors of Ivalee Jacobitz during the week. Kaylene Kuhlman and Deborah Telles were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Ivalee to look pictures. I Nora By Helen Gebers Recent visitors of Marvin and Vir- ginia Lewis were their grandson, Robby Kunkel. and friend, Tommy Gallenberg, Granby, Conn. LastTues- day Marvin and Virginia played cards at the Nelson Senior Center. Melba Lynch. Rhea Thomsen and Jo Kubicek ate breakfast together in Nelson last Tuesday morning. Roger and Sue Williams attended the wedding of Sue's nephew at Sioux Falls, S.D.. last weekend. From there, they went by airplane to Kihnarnock. Va., where they visited Ken and Greta Whitla Aug. 8 through Aug. 15 They did much sightseeing. Roger has been a good friend of Ken for many years, Saturday Roger and Sue Williams and Lance and Katie Williams, Clay, Jackson and Stella, attended the 87th birthday party honoring S ue's mother, Pat Soundy, at the Good Samaritan Society's Grand Island Village. Dave and Sherry Gebers, Stacia and Haley, attended the- wedding of Stein Elting and Clay Mach at the North Shore Assembly of God Church in Hastings and the reception at the Adams County Fairgrounds Saturday evening. Ma)y Ann Meyer attended the first anniversary supper for the Red Cloud Animal Health at the Opera House in Red Cloud Thursday evening. Lisa Baalman, Salina. was a week- end guest of her parents, lrvin and Murlene Schleufer. Murlene attended the funeral for her cousin, Carol Joan Petersen, last Tuesday. Dave and Sherry Gebers and Haley attended a supper at the home of Arlen and Valerie Mickelsen and Jet to honor the Superior volleyball team Sunday evening. Stacia Gebers left Sunday to return to her classes at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. I Oak By Phyllis Schmitt .tl i iq i n Phyllis Schmitt had coffee with the Fern Schoof family before her daugh- ter, Denise Allyn, left for her home in Tucson, Ariz. Donna Gillanjoined others for quilt- ing. Last Tuesday morning, the Nelson Red Hat group met at the coffee shop for breakfast. Attending were Donna Gillan, Gerry Eckles, Ermalee Scroggin and Phyllis Schmitt. Last Tuesday evening, Ermalee Scroggin went to York and attended a dessert party at the home of her daugh- ter, LaRee Eckrnan. She remained as an overnight guest. Gerry Eckles went to Grand Island last Wednesday for a medical appoint- ment. On the way home, she had lunch in Hastings with her daughter-in-law, Ruth Peterson, later visiting with a former classmate, Joyce Wyenberg, at Perkins Pavilion. Last Wednesday, Phyllis Schmitt, Jackie Cox and Pauline Hanson went to Mankato for lunch. Later in the afternoon, Phyllis and Jackie visited Lee Rodehorst in Nelson. Last Wednesday, Donna Gillan at- tended Bible study, then had lunch at the coffee shop. On Thursday morn- ing, Donna attended the breakfast birth- day coffee at the Nelson Community Center. Phyllis Schmitt attended the auc- tion of the household goods of Elmer and Geneise Braun in Hebron on Fri- day. Oaylen and Jackie Cox also at- tended the auction, and they ate to- gether afterwards. On Friday Donna Gillan met with former classmates Jerome and Betty Mazour, Nellie Littrell and Wayne Porter of Webb City, Me. Wayne Jessica Sole and Harley Beale. both Of Nelson, Zoe Charbonneau, Supertor. and Jordin Sole, Nelson, pose with their portable fire place which is part of their Christmas scene in front of their camper located on the west side of the Willow electrical hookups at Lovewell Lake. This is their family's first time to enter and see the summer Christmas park displays. SEASONAL ............ A.O.Checkups Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon Scott I"V & Appliance 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 Jeff and Jenna Santa and his talked about th Joplin in May. ahd Muriel Fol door music cor Old Bank Coffe by the Young F Lola Biltoft ter a week visith Soucie, and fan Saturday G; were supper gt Melody Cox h Koleman Cox c day. Donna Gilla Miller, Terri O1 Karen Harring shop on Saturd day, Donna jell Superior. On Saturda Schmitt attend, show in Daven "rex and Mary fi Tibbs, a counl from New Ze son also attend the evening, PI gram in Deshle a ventriloquist sister duo fron bluegrass and ] Dick Lowei Robbie and Ja supper guests Phil and Ge supper guests o to celebrate Pt anniversary. II Dewee ii Matt Skalka of his grandmo Michelle Eg Kearney were Marge and Cla Craig Albr turned to Nebr in Deweese he Linda Rhodes, Black and fam Stephany Brown of Oal business. Bob Black 3ombs Su perior, Neb., were touring the lake Saturday evening dressed in the festive costumes of dressed in a red velvet dress was also sporting a red cast on her left arm that was broken. that had hit In the evening, Donna mer attended the out- cert sponsored by the e Shop md performed amily. aas returned home af- Lg her daughter. Lesley dly in Kansas City. ylen and Jackie Cox ests in the James and me in Edgar to help debrate his third birth- a, Betty Struss, Jackie :mans. and Darrell and on met at the coffee y for visiting. On Sun- ted others for lunch at y afternoon, Phyllis the country music 9oft. Performing were )m RFD-TV and Roger ry singer and yodeler land. Roxane Thomp- .d the performance. In tyllis attended the pro- r featuring Ian Varella. and Scenic Roots. a Concordia. who play ountain music. y, Teraesa Siefkas, and ob Swift were Sunday ,f Pat Brusseau. ry Eckles were Sunday Dick and Carol Eckles il and Gerry's second ,e By Rosalie Black was a Thursday visitor :her, Norma Skalka ge and her son. Cole. of weekend visitors of ence Swearingen. Lght of California re- ska for a week. While visited with his sister, and Dan and Stephany Jy. Black and Roxanne were in Hastings on as a weekend visitor of all who participated in the two-days of activties. The community board meets at 8 p.m. the lastWednesday of each month. The meetings are open to the public and Deweese residents are welcome to address the board. I Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey Recycling has returned to Guide  Rock. As I was coming home from Superior, I saw a new recycling trailer near the community center. So I walked up there to see what we can recycle. There are four bins, one for each of the following: plastic bottles, newspapers, tin cans and all other plastics. The Guide Rock Public Transport bus is now available for trips to Grand Island--on Thursdays only. Riders must schedule their trip with Charlene Troudt at least 48 hours in advance. The driver has the authority to cancel the trip if no one has scheduled a ride. The Guide Rock Cemetery Board met Friday night at the city center. In the month of July, the board received the following donations: from Ann Kile in memory of LeRoy Kile; from Andy and Senga Jensen in memory of LeRoy Kile; from Rugh Schomburg in memory of Gwen Moravek. Charlene Troudt, Keith Hartman's daughter, reports 40 people attended the 25th annual Leetsch Family Re- union held at the Blue Hill Community Center. The Hartmans, Keith and Marvin, are related, on their mother's side. to the Leetschs. The Leetschs meet each year on the first Sunday in July. Good food, a great time visiting, and games with prizes! Joan and her crew worked hard to make sure every- one had an enjoyable time. R & M will pick up the trash on Labor Day as usual. Customer are asked to put their cans out by the street Sunday evening, or early Monday morning, so the pickup crew can finish their work early enough to enjoy the holiday too. Three people were at the Tai Chi exercises Thursday morning. Five people attended the coffee hour at the more Hawaiian decorations. Sandy Larkey accompanied Dor- othy Alexander of Superior to Grand Island Thursday. The two of them were delivering the quilts from the Kountry Quilters Quilt Guild for exhibition in the state fair. The guild has 17 quilts entered this year, including four Quilts of Valor destined for wounded sol- diers currently receiving treatment at the Grand Island V. A. hospital. After dropping off the quilts, Sandy and Dorothy returned via Hastings, where they had supper at a new restau- rant. The crew at Ely Grain reports things are pretty slow right now as they pre- pare for corn harvest. Bran& sazd it looks like we'll have a pretty good corn harvest. We both decided we couldn't really tell about the bean haT- ,vest, since the bushes are so lush the pods aren't really visible. At CPI the crew is trying to get their bins emptied out for corn harvest. Lester Montgomery said they are also taking orders for wheat seed and he recom- mends people get their orders in early as he expects there will be a shortage, because of the drought in the South. Lester anticipates the dry land com to come in at 80 to 110 bushels per acre as there were some pollination problems. Beans look to come in at a better yield than the corn, because there was no pollination problem with the bean fields. My boxes for news items are lo- cated at the post office and the senior center. Also, I am now online, and you could send me news items via e-mail at Assuming, of course, that you're on line too. I Jill J Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer i Hymns sung during the Sunday morning worship service at the Olive Hill Church were "There is Sunshine ' in My S0ul Today", "Have you any Room for Jesus", "Standing on the Promises and Tell me the Stories of Jesus" with Gloria Schlaefli accompa- nying the congregation on'the piano. Carol Watters was song leader. Pastor the Ryan Blacl: family. Senior Center last Wednesday. Cook- Last week Sandy Creek Schools iesandchocolate-dipldgrahamcrack- David Watters brought the children's Bible story and message. Ushers were started and fro] a what I hear things ers were on the treats table. are . . Ken Winslow and Roger Wilton. Spe- going great out there, The fall sports Today (Thursday) is the third an- ial music was. a vocal duet by Lynn have starteo le :s all show our Cougar nual Luau. Wear your Hawaiian gear, , , ............ , pride and attend the events, bring a tropical goodie to slaare, and , I III I I1 A number ( f area youngsters have we'll play ukulele music and dance the [ i, i ,l.. left for college, May they accomplish hulu.--ifanybodycanstilldothatwith- [ IVl l[dlL I ! much in their I,ew iournevl out throwing their back out ot joint! I TheDewee,:seFestivalwasanother Anyway, it will be fun. The dining I "1 f----I.I.--..,-'-.... sucessthanks  all who helped and to room isall decorated to,a Hawaiian ] DIIIKII|Iy , .... theme, and the treats tame Will nave [ and r . : ..... , Su 348Nrc!rltralArve Pharmaw I Tax Serv,ce ., Superior Neb. 68978 ' [ [ 454 N. Bloom Street [rl) Hea th b'l art 402-879-4234 I P o Box 424 ..... 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PS ....................................... $18,500 500 2007 JD 4720 90FT BOOM 630 HRS ........................ $169,000 300 2007 JD 4720 90ff Boom 950 Hrs .............................. $169,000 500 2006 JD 4720 90ft Boom 1,700 Hrs ........................... $157,500 500 2009 JD 4730 100ft Boom 500 Hrs ............................ $185,000 000 - 1991 CIH 1660 RWD, Chaff Sprd, 5,462 eng hrs ......... $17,500 000 2006 ClH 8010 2WD chopper, duals 1,334 sep hrs .. $174,900 000 2008 AGCO R75 2WD. sg[ tires, lateral tilt 000 515 sep hrs .......................................................... $189,000 Visit ue; o'ine at: www.oregontrailequiprnent,corn Wilton and Gloria. Floyd and Karen Vincent in Keota, Iowa. Bill was the Rothfuss, Superior, and their relatives husband of Kathy (Thomas) Vincent. and Marcia Ehlers, Nelson, were visi- Attending a Saturday evening cook- tors. out at the Pawnee summe home of Pastor David and Carol Watters Ray and Marlene Aurand w,;reRandy hosted an Olive Hill Church summer Aurand, Trent and Montana; Stan and get-together at their home at Lovewell Maxine Van Meter; Marvin tnd Joyce Lake, Friday evening. Poppe; Greg and Joan Bin ell; Dave Saturday, Darren and Jessica Th- and Donna Lovewell; Mont and Sue ompsonandHallieStrnadtookAllison Thomas and Glenn and Ph) lis Hefts. Thompson to Manhattan where she Dennis and Judy Erkenb ack took a will start her freshman year at the Kan- Colorado vacation with th:ir grand- sas State University. Allison will live children, Taylor, Skyler o td Garrett with her sister, Anya, in a dorm. Anya Williams of Peele, Kan. is starting her senior year. The Do Nothings went t( Fairbury, Lacey Ward started her sophomore with hostess Pat Dinning. C oing were year at Fort Hays State University, Betty Bouray and Shirley Johnson. Monday. They report, the courthouse tour was Callers the past week at the home of spectacular. They visited the city and Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were railroadmuseumsafteramelatSweet Gayla Boyles, Paul and Goldene Creations.They were sadn0t to get to Becker all of Hastings and Dusty May. trek to the mausoleu[n btt enjoyed Saturday, Lorna Wilton went to meeting Dorothy Gerhardt. Guide Rock where she was among Jean Farlee attendec the Poage- others who attended the baby shower Nondorf reunion in Scandi. honoring Krystal Wulf at the commu- ter.nity center. Krystal is her granddaugh- McXtensions Hallie Strnad, Superior, was a By DarciMcGee, UNLExtenson Thursday evening through Sunday af- ternoon houseguest in the home of her Spring calving herds cross the' grandparents and aunt, Darren, Jessica Midwest and Southwest wi I soon be and Allison Thompson. planning to wean the calves. Some Sunday after church, dinner guests producers may wean the c Ives from of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at a young or thin cows durin late Sep- Superior cafe were Roger and Lynn tember in order to regain s ome body Wilton and Richard and Gloria coffdition before winter alds to the Schlaefli. Ionia. David Harris, Burr Oak, was a Sat- nutrient requirements. However, many herds will wean at urday afternoon visitor of his grand- the more traditional times 9f late Oc- mother, Lorna Wilton. tober to early November. (lalves that Tye Ward started kindergarten at are enrolled in value-added programs the new elementary school in Supe must be weaned at least 45 days prior rior, Wednesday morning, to sale date. During those 45 days the Paul andLindaHutchinson attended calves must grow and gain fficiently. the summer get-together at the Therefore itiscriticalthes, calves go Lovewell Lake home of Pastor David and Carol Wetters, FridayEvening. through the weaning proc ;ss with a Callers the past week at the minimum of stress and st:trt to gain Hasemeyer home were GloriaHavens, immediately. Dave Utecht and Lacey Ward. Methods to reduce stress on the calves This community received rain the have become of great interest to pro- ducers. Therefore, weaning strategies past week with reports from .40 to l .00 have been studied in recent years. of moisture. Calffomia researchers weaed calves with only a fence (fenceline) separat- Republic ing them from their dams. These were compared to calves wearied totally By Mrs. Alvin Petersen separate (separate) from d; tms. Nancy Larson, Junction City, stayed The separate calves co fld not see several days with her mother, Vida or hear their dams. Calf behtviors Boman. Thursday overnight guests of were monitored for five dl.ys follow- ing weaning. Fenceline ,:alves and Huser.Vida were Barbara Hurley and Leon cows spent approximately 60 percent Jim and Evelyn Hurley met a group and 40 percent of their tit e, respec- of friends in Norton, for lunch and tively within 10 feet of the fence dur- visiting, ing the first two days. During the first Weekend guests of Steve and three days, Fenceline calves bawled Charlene Spillman were Jake, Daisy, and walked less. and ate and rested more, but these differenges disap- RiataKan. and Jasper Spillman, Olesburg, peered by the fourth day. All calves Dennis and Ellen Wilkins attended were managed together staging 7 days a birthday party honoring their grand- after weaning After tWo weeki, children, in Salina. The birthdays were fenceline calves had gained 23 pounds for Dane, Anthony and Carson Eliza- more than separate calves. This differ- beth Seller. Saturday guests of the ence persisted since, after 10 weeks, Wilkins were Daisy Hayes and Katrina fencelinecalves had gained 110pounds andLanceSwagerty, Bennington; Kan. (1.57 lb/day), compared tc 84 pounds Ward and llene Aurand called on (1.20 lb/day) for separate ,:elves. Sarah Harvey who is recuperating from There was no report el any differ- surgery in her home and Wilma Smith ences in sickness, but cal 'es that eat in Brodstone Memorial Hospital more during the first days after wean- Monty and Sue Thomas visited Vir- ing should stay healthier. In fact, an- ginia Petersen and they had a cafe other study conducted at Ohio State supper in Scandia. They were in the University indicated the fenceline area visiting Frances Thomas in calveshadalowerinciderceofrespi- Concordia who has been hospitalized, ratory diseases. Producets that have Libby and Emma Landgren, tried fenceline weaning wi ll remind us Hastings, stayed several days with that it takes good, well maintained grandparents, Butch and Donna Noble. fences and adequate water supplies for Bill Smith and Shirley Gunn at- both sides of the fence. tended a funeral in Greenleaf for their Remember, a largenutr ber of cattle cousin, Raymond Weichman. are going to be congregate d in a small MNO Bridge Club met with Lynn area for several days. Thel efore water Stenson. availability" for both cow, and calves Marge Walker, Carolyn Cornett, is critical. To wean and t ackground, Julie Farlee. 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