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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 23, 1993 Hardy Local News By Mrs. Harvey Peter,sen St. Paul Lutheran Church, Walter Laughlin, pastor. Sunday, Sept. 26, morning worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school and fellowship hour, 10 a.m. St. Paul, Hardy and Byron Luther League will meet at the Rex Kirchhoff farm to do their highway 8 service project. Union Church of Hardy, Dale :Bussinger, pastor. Sunday, Sept. 26, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; wor- ship, 10:30 a.m. Ushers will be Calvin Hobsou, Dwayne Dahl, Tom Boeka and Jim Miller. Mr. and Mrs. I.,eRoy Barnes were last Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards, Matt, Lance, Gina and Blake, to celebrate Mr. Barnes' birthday. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bar- gen and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tay- lor, Albion, had a cafe supper to- gether, then visited in the Bob Wo- emer home. Last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen visited Mar- tha Cramer at Lakeview Care Cen- ter, Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCutch- con were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelley, Joshua, Seth, Sheki- nab and Jacob, Papillion, last Tues- day to Friday. They attended foot- ball games in which Joshua and Seth participated. Sunday afternoon the McCutcheons visited Roy Ehlers and Cheryl Moore, Deshler. Saturday morning Daryl Healey visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey. Mr. and Mrs. David Healey and Shauna visited in the Jim Healey home Sunday after- noon. Jer~ Kohl and his son-in-law, Boyd Batterman, Lincoln, came to the Jerome Kohl home for a short visit recently. They had a cafe din- ner together. Saturday evening visi- tors in the Kohl home were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Troudt, Lillian Thayer and Helen Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanson were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groth, Chris and Con- nie, Russell, Karl. They helped 't Be l On the latest news, sports, community events, editorials and area happenings! mh Keep Up .With the Times SUBSCRIBE TO: e Superior PO Box 408, Superior, Neb. i Phone 402-879-3291 PO Box 258, Webber, Kan. ~ H a i Dill I I II all Ill||ll D|| 1 i Enter My Sub, cription to i I I The Superior Express , I I I I I Name: I J Address I | City I Amount L li umm Ilil i Ill Ilil I I State Zip I New Renew | i I Hal lid ii ii n if i i I ii J $12 per year or three years for $33 in advance in Nebraska; Kansas plus tax, $12.71 or $34.95. Elsewhere, $18 per year or three years for $50 Mail Subscription Blank to The Superior Express, P. O. Box 408, Superior, Neb. 68978 or PO Box 258, Webber, Ken. 66970 Mrs. Groth celebrate her birthd,ay. Sunday afternoon they visited Tere- sa and Ritchie Chermak, Hays. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs: Joe Pedersen were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlueter and Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Grauer- holz attended the Kansas State Fair at Hutchinson last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kottmeyer and Charlotte Hoback, Hastings, were last Wednesday supper guests of M!na Kottmeyer. Coming Friday evenmg to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kottmeyer were Kent and Brenda Rumery, Tulsa. Joan Shellhase, Ord, Phillip Kottmeyer and Chris Johnson, Lincoln, came Saturday. Saturday evening the Rumerys attended the wedding of Barry Blackstone and Carla Smidt at the Presbyterian Church. Sunday the Don Kottmeyers, Mrs. Shell- hase, Phillip Kottmeyer, Chris Johnson and the Rumerys attended a belated birthday celebration hon- oring Edna Hughes for her 80th birthday at the Nelson Good Sa- maritan Center. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Ed- wards visited Mrs. Edwards" father, Art Berthold, Lincoln, and visited with Mrs. Edwards' aunt from Cali- fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edwards were in Auburn this weekend and attended the Saturday evening wed- ding of their granddaughter, Ken- dall Moody, and Jon Sunneberg at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Auburn. Other family members in atten- dance were Donna Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards, Lance Ed- wards, C. R. Edwards and. Bob Ed- wards, Superior, Margaret Tomlin- son, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tallant, Hiawatha, Marge Edwards, Kearney, Janice Black, Waco, Don Georgia Webber and Leo and Lethe Fuller visited Grace Fuller, Parkview Nursing Home, De.shier and Mary O'Neill, Good Samaritan Center Nelson, Sunday afternoon. Erwin Sweet was a patient at Mary Larming Memorial Hospital several days last week. Mrs. Sweet stayed in Hastings with him. Pinochle Card Club met last Monday evening with the hostess, Norms Hobson, at her home. Ruth Kirk and Art Cramer, Omaha, were last Monday and Tuesday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer. Mrs. Erik Hansen attended a Delta Kappa Gamma meeting Sat- urday in Red Cloud. The group toured Catherland. Evelyn Sweet hosted a birthday dinner Sunday honoring her son, Harold, for his birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sweet, Jennifer, Kathleen and Kristin and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Alexander, Luke and Zach. Last Thursday evening Brad Biltoft and Sharon Wittke, Potwin, Kan., arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Biltoft. Friday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smock and Jayme, El Dorado, Kan. All at- tended the wedding of Barry Black- stone and Carla Smidt Saturday evening at the Presbyterian Church. Additional Sunday dinner guests in the Biltoft home were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKinney, Scott and Jeff, Blue Hill, John and Barb George, Auburn, and Elton George, Idaho. Brad and Sharon returned to Potwin Sunday. The Smock family returned home Monday. Cassie and Kevin Stafford, Jew.- ell, came last Thursday to the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tietjen, for several days' Kansas farm scenes are depicted on the mail box Hurleys' farm home north of Republic. Ruskin Local News By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Bethany Lutheran Church, Pas- tor Richard Buchholz. Sunday, Sept. 26, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, parish health nurse, 3-4 p.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Pastor Daniel Knief. Sunday, Sept. 26, worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. Ladies' Bible Study, Wednesdays, 9 a.m. Ruskin Public Library hours, Saturdays, 9-11 a.m.; Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m. Karen Hansen, libraran. evening. The EwoldtS Ruskin residents. He St. Mark's Mervin and RamOna ited her parents, Mr. manBohlin Mr. and were Sunday dinnea" and Mrs. Emil Sticlaka. Marie Plummet Mr. and Mrs. Davenport, to Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. tended the sary honoring and Joan Edwards, Tom and Kim visit. Sunday all visited I.~ona Lud- He who moves mountains be- Heitman at Gebers and family, Nelson, Dave wig, Deshler. gins by carrying away small stones. Church, Superior, and Kathy Chatelain and family, Dinner guests Saturday of HerbMr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge host-ternoon. Later they Lakeside, Steve and Denise Ed-and Marian Pedersen were Deanna ed the last Friday morning coffee in to visit Mrs. Gerald wards and family, Omaha, and Clements, Minneapolis, Ken., and observance of their 46th wedding thesda Care Center Becky Bmening and Brittany, Lou- her granddaughters, Topeka. anniversary Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. isburg, Ken. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman wereRogge went to Auburn Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen in Lincoln for the weekend. They where they were overnight guests attended the Nebraska District Dan- attended the Wesleyan football of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Steffens. ish Brotherhood Convention in Lin- game. Saturday the Rogges went to Lake coln this weekend. Sunday after- . Park, Iowa, for the weekend with noon they visited Mr. and Mrs. A teenager is an appetite wearing Pastor and Mrs. Virgil Ewoldt and Greg Damman, and Elizabeth. $98 sneakers. Jennifer, returning home Monday GOOD & FRIENDLY & NEVER TOO FAR AWAY Lottery at all Gas 'N Mars Ice Cream Bar Reg. 79 Gas 'N Shop 6" Butterball Mesquite $1 Turkey Sandwich 12 oz. can Reg. $1.69 Reg. 60 Products 6 pack cans $1 65 Ice Down Barrel Robert's i 32 oz. 2% Milk J Yellow Reg. S2.37 gal. Fillp_r-IJn Cup _ Pop, Ice lea, Gatorade I. Reg. 89 Visa * Cash * Discover * Check * MC Ruffles Reg. $1.49 420 E Third Street, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4710 son. At Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. attended Old Trusty Center last SaturdaY- visited her uncle Bethesda Care Home, Bethany Aim ing was at the morning. Mr. and Mrs. tended Harold sale near Gilead Lutheran Rivers Branch No. branch Sunday. was an executive Mr. and Mrs. tended the 40th ry open Krause in Millard. ed a nephew, Mark tient at the Medical Center. )Schultz recently Mrs. Keith Mrs. Walter ladies' afternoon her home last ber meeting will Mrs. John Hefts, Duane and Ann visited Mr. and last Mr. and Mrs. wre in Lincoln for tending the state hood Convention. : ! ii1[i !1 ! We will sell the following at the farm located 4 miles south, ,I 3 miles west and mile south of Jewe l, Kans. on: [ I lond y, ept. 27, !, p.m. i = [ 'IPI~AIr'YIPNII~ A1~/n foot bed with hoist. 5-speed, 6- with dual wheels and harrow ....... v ....... cylinder, 12-volt attachment [ COMBINES 1956 IHC S160 2-ton k,'uck 13 I/2- Sunflower lO-foot V blade ! i959 John Deers 830 diesel tractor foot all steel bedwith hoist. 8 .John Deers 3-16 pull-type plow | with pony start, hydraulic, 13ower cyllnaer, ,t-speect, x-specS,to cab motor 2 John Deers 4-16 pug-type plows i ~ ~t~-rlna llt, p r.nwer 18 4 34 tires good, some damage 2-wheel pickup box trailer i953""J'o'h~ I)e"ereR d'iesei tractor, 1961 IHCII0 plckup. 8-cylinder. 4, I speea, ioot POX . with pony start, h ydraulic,llve " MISCELLANEOUS ! power, power steering RY ] 195 IJohnDeere R diesel tractor, MACHINE . Schauer_ 200. amp 6 and 12-volt pony start, hydraulic, llve PrO, 1980 Flex King KBI5 V blade with battery charger ! power steering. 18.4-34 tires, good 250-gallon anhydrous tank 28-foot Aluminum extension Ladder [ rubber John Deere No. 37 trail-type mower, 9- Lawn grass spreader j !949 John Deers D llve hydraulic, foot bar with hydraulic lift 2 trash cans ; power steerinl~ Clark 9-shank anhydrous applicator2 Plastic gas cans 11959 IHC 151 g-as combine with 15- IHC No. 120 12-foot one-way Sump pump foot header, cab with air I 1 TRUCKS .AND PICKUPS 1952 IHC LI70 2-ton truck, 14-foot bed with hoist 5-speed, 2-speed, 6-cyllnder 1952 IHC LI70 2-ton truck, 13 1/2- Kent 27-foot sprlngtooth 4-sectlon rotary hoe with 3-polnt carrier John Deere Van Brunt 16-I0 rubber the grain drill with steel press wheels John Deere No. 567, 6-wheel rake John Deers BW 13 I/2-foot tandem disk' John BWA 16-foot tandem disk Plastic 1-inch pipe 3 6-foot wood step ladders Sledge hammer Electric fence wire Used tin 25 steel fence posts 4-wheel garden cart Garden hose cart and hose Pet Chef dog feeder Small amount of other Items NOTE There are very few small items. We will be on machinery right away. the sale will not take long. 9 Auction conducted by Thummel, Beloit Kans. Ronnie Lagasse, Ames, Kans. 913-738-5933 91 3-243-7371 ii p As we are moving to an apartment, we will sell the following at the house located at 110 Pearl ,n Jewell, Kans. ANTIQUES AND Cast iron griddle Pillows ,, ..~.~ ..~,, ,,.~ Sensible sad Iron Bedding I"IUU~J~IILULdLP Flat iron Bird cage W~ ut el cabinet 2-gallon and 20-gallon crocks Large assortment yarn aln J ly ' Dasher Blankets 193Os 3-pleee Waterfall bedroom ' , .... set wlth sprlngs and mattress2 Kerosene lamps Large assortment sewn Set 4 oak chairs Boyles Dairy milk bottle Kitchen appliances lnel End table Wichita Desplccating Co. popcorn popper, preSI 30s 2 Camel-back children's chairs thermometer cooker, toaster oven.'n,, Picture frames including oval Quilt . new Ice cream fr~eur~ c maspreaa ueacn miner, t aiao Qullt ra k Clothes drying rack Mink ,hat Pyrex roasters Single metal bed with box springs Chlld s sad Iron . - ~shing poles and mattress urown wax seal crOCK uaraen tools Oval bralded ru" Cookbooks Garden cart 2 Pine one-doo;$cablnets 2 Painted stands Assortment of craft lteIl~ 8 Wash benches Pine end table Oak step stool Limoges teapot Creamer and sugar 2 Cast Iron skillets Pair double candle holders Set of 5 Fostoria glasses Table lamp Flesta gravy boat Halls coffee pot Assortment of collectible glass Piano bench Dinette table with 5 chairs Baby bed Salt and Pepper shakers Wood boxes Metal kltchen cabinets with and doom Miniature cedar chest 4 Padded folding chairs 2 Box fans Card table Costume Jewelry Puzzles and games Quilt frames shelves Cooking utensils Craft magazines Large assortment quilt pieces New sump pump Canning Jars Christmas decorations Saw horses Trash can Tomato wires Potato fork Assortment items LUNCH ON GROUNDS Bob Thummel, Boloit Kans. 913-738-5933 Auction conducted by: Ronnie Lagasse, AmeS, ~ 91 3-243-7371