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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 30, 1993 IIII = IIIIII II II I I I Locals Features Dan Pedersen, Benedict, was a Friday overnight guest of the Lars Pedemms. Ira Robbins, Nelson, returned Velda Fischer AAL raises more hosts TAC Club than $1 million Velda Fischer, Republic, en- for flood victims tertained TAC Bridge Club last Aid Association fc: Luther- home Friday after out-patient sur- Landon James Reed was bum Mr. and Mrse Paul Steinlage, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Don arts (AAL) and its national net- _ery at Mary Lanning Hospital, Sept. 25 to Jim and Linda Reed, Corning, Kan., have a son, Charles was a visitor, work of more than 8,300 volun- Hastings. Esbon.LandonweighedTpounds, Alexander Paul, born Sept 23. SUPERIOR Monday: stick or cereal Tuesday: pizza or cereal teer groups have raised more 15 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. than $1 million for victims of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen long. Grandparents are Run and Harvey Melby, Seandia, and Mr. Center News the 1993 floods, and fund rais- visited Ruth Crispin and Alberta Diana Reed, Esbon, and Gary and and Mrs. Ollie Steinlage, Seneca, _.._______ ________ ing and relief efforts continue, cheese hot Bagley in Hastings last Thursday. Joyce Gruff, Hays. Kan., Great-grandparents are Th~ ~with Locally, AAL Branch 914 of milk. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. ---------- Alice Thompson and Elmer Septembex birthdays was Friday. Superior has sent $1,000 to the Thursday: Milvern Grummert, Glenvil.John and Janice McDanials, Melby, Seandia. HonotedwereJohnMcNulty, Jack Lutheran World Relief Disaster roll or cereal "--'----- Wellington, are the parents of a Sloan , Iva Dillon, Ella Summers Fund. Of this amount, $500 was Bruce Bostelman, son of Mr. son, Ian Scott, born Aug. 20. He and R~ymond Snavely. donated locally and was sticks matched by AAL's home office and Mrs. Dwayne Bostelman, re- weighed 8pounds, 13 1/2ounces. A daughter, Dylan Rae, was s~y Years of Caring and in Appleton, Wise., through its cently was promoted to technical Inn has a sister, Janessa. Grand- bum to Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jordan, Oct. sergeant. He is stationed at Offutt parents are Don and Connie Wichita, Aug. 21. She weighed 7 " g Week special activities Air Force Base. Schmidt, Ionia, and Shirley and pounds, 10 ounces and was ineludedthePrairielandCloggers benevolence program. AAL Monday: Ruth McDanials, Jewell. 18 1/4 inches long. Grandparents Monday, a quilt show Tuesday, raised $3.6 million for Hurricane Andrew victims through the are Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jordan, Founders' Day service Wednes- same program last year. Tuesday: day and a family potluck supper Across the country, "AAL dies, whipped Mrs. Vernon Mohler and Mark and Cindy Betkahavea Salina. She also has maternal today (Thursday.) Volunteers' volunteers helped with sandbag- apple, Merna Lee Wester were Men- son, Ty Conrad, bona Sept. 22 at grandparents and great-grandpar- Appreciation Day will be Friday ging and emergency relief oper- day visitors of Wilma Andrews. the Fillmore County Hospital, ents in Wichita. Dylan is the first Wednesday: Tuesday Mrs. Andrews, Mr. and Geneva.Ty weighed 6 pounds, 14 great-grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. and the 30th anniversary program ations early in the crisis, and bun, green Mrs. Lyle Reece and Digie Cal- ounces and was 20 inches long. Rex Sykes, Superior. SundaYotheratsunday2 pan. services will be nOWdeal withthey theare aftermathhelping victimSof the chocolateChUnks' milk.Peanut dron, Texas, had lunch together He has a brother, Travis, 14, and Oct. 10, PastorLouis Baptist, First floods," said Ruth Rosenow, Thursday: at a Superior cafe. Thursday sister, Tracy, li.Grandparentsare Baptist Church; Oct. 17, Pastor AAL's regional fraternal bene- meat morning the Bible study met at Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betka, Geneva, Scott and Juliene Snyder Dale Bussinger, Union Church of fits dirctor. the Superior Manor with six and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Macklem, have a daughter, Ashley Lynn, Hardy; Oct. 24, Pastor Lester "AAL members are helping Friday: women present. Mrs. Andrews Neligh. born Sept. 16. She weighed 7 Snyder, Olive Hill Church; and is the guide. Billy Andrews was pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 Oct. 31, Pastor Ken Fairbrother, victims clean flood-ravaged slaw, homes; they are sending clean- -bar, chocolate a weekend visitor of his mother. Tony and Patty Studer, Supe- 3/4 inches long. Grandparents Superior Church of Christ. ing supplies to flood-stricken rior, have a daughter, Kristen are Russ and Ann Snyder, Nel- Eightresidentswillhavebirth- areas. They re providing child Ruth Robbins, Nelson, at-Ann, born Saturday, Sept. 18 at son, Connie Zeigler and Bob days in October: William Reed, care to flood victimS; they're tended the Woman's Christian Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls and Jan Zeigler, Superior. Great- Marie Frey, Laura Collins, Pete working with relief agencies Temperance Union State Conven- County Hospital, Superior. She grandparents are Hilda Jensen, Fulton,HildaGerlack, FemHale, Oct.' tion at Keamey last Monday and weighed 7 pounds, 6.7 ounces Deshler, Nellie Zeigler, Superi- Guy Loop and Marvin Thayer. such as the Salvation Army, the Monday: National Red Cross, and Inter- cheese, corn, Tuesday and returned home last and was 20 1/2 inches long. or, and Ruth Snyder, Nelson. Severalresidentsplayedcheek- Lutheran Disaster Response," milk. Wednesday. She was elected state Grandparents are ValGene and ers last Thursday. Matches be- Rosenow said. treasurer for the ninth year Mrs. Jane Isaacson, Scandia, and "" r ........ tween Noel Simpkins and Mr Tuesday: Ham Robbins is a member of the Ruth and Earl Studer, Superior. mu sooy, epremoer oo, )vv; McNultv )h,- , ,, " AAL volunteers are touching dlopedpol atoes, rhe Sumner mSN 07 969. is ":'." ....... ":" the lives of people such as Wednesd By: M Hastings Union. She also partici- Great-grandparents are Wanda UUbW= nw kVforS]Z00poryqmt.W t.nns Jonanson passea state Elmer and Laverne Steinbrue- pated in the matrons' speech con- Isaacson, Scandia, Hazel Ruth, F. ?n f?, in boards and is a registered nurse, fries, chocolate ca test, vying for the gold pin after Boonville, Me, Ruth Branstet- NOD kO KOr= . per Wet orBan hAw gge, a retired couple living in St. , Thursday: Off, mr wonforSSo.ooem una=n -" -'- ......... Charles County, Missouri. Their 1 b/ bun, Califomiabl having received the silver award ter, Superior, and Florence ofos;35en sper gleeopybysupedor mentcoommator, presenteaapro- home was severely damaged by cherry cheesecake,. in 1991. Schermerhorn, Goodland, Kan. Pub gCornpow. e.. 4aE r dSn t. gram about the Superior Good superior Nebrosko. Second cto= postoge ~alnarit~n ,,, ..... five feet of flood water. On a Friday: Tuna polo of Superior Nbrosko. end of oddl- ~..,"~-',"~',"~," "~'~.: ...... ". .... ,~--o miserably hot and humid day in green beans, car=l florvol moittno office. POSTMAS~Ett: Send t.tuot-noay, rustory,daily acuvt- ties, today's needs and projected August, AAL members Richard 3, | ter rolls, fruit cup, and Judy Albrecht of Olivette, =, ~l~ox4ou. buperlor, pmDrosKaoav/~, future needs of the center were Me., and Ed and Joyce Schleis Alicia Ann lllingwonh and Personalattendantstothebride /~ New Owners, Michoel ~r~ Debra Miller [ ~ discussed, of Winneeonne, Wise., helped Scott Alan Ferguson were mar- were Chris Drapal, Superior, ftlo pit.l .... the Steinbrueggesremove flood- ried Saturday, Aug. 21 at the KatrinaEpley, Nelson, and Chely t # damaged belongings, moldy Nelson Community UnitedBreland, Superior. , / te Some Ma :'c" I . drywall and sodden insulation Church of Christ.The3 p.m..cer- Gary Culbertson, Nelson, Superior. i, ,, from the home. emony was officiated by the Rev. served as an usher with James AdmisS I 30- 0c 2 l The Express Pohcy and Delores Petzoldt, Royce Buchtel. Roberts. Sept. 21" Cliff ] ~~/,f~ If you are planning a wedding or anniver- mercial fish farm and had 60 and Julie Cassens, Webber, and Hardy, who sang "The Bridal Nelson. I Have us remount your old jewelry into a beautilul new mounling I [ you will want to know what The Supe- tons of fish ready for market Earl and Selma Ferguson, Nelson. Prayer," and Nathan Bargen, Su- Sept. 22: .De I * riot Express Policy is. when a levee on the Mississippi The bride, given in marriage perior, who sang "I Cross My Edgar; Magdaler [ One free 14K ladies freeform mountingto be given away. [ The Express will publish engagement an- River broke, destroying the en- by herparenLs, was escorted tothe Heart,' an original soundtrack. Superior. I All wo[k done in store. We will have 546 beautiM re~tyling settings and nouncements, wedding photographs and aeeompanyin infer- tire operation as well as the cou- altar by her brother, Bodie "When I Look into Your Eyes" Sept. 23: Ly~ I 100pendanlsettingslochoosetrom. /,k't mationwithoutcharge.Weddingpicturesshouldbepubhshedas pie's home. They had farmed Cassens. was also played. Serving as or- Superior; ThomaS ] So come in! soon after the marriase ceremony as possible. Dates will be the property since 1954 andServing as maid of honor and ganist and pianist was Teresa rior. , I We can give your o/d jewelry a magic makeoveromitted if more than week._s after wedding. If requested, raised seven children there, best man were Patty and James Christensen, Superior. Sept. 24: Erich! J 607 15thAve., (308)~5~3425 Fronktln, NE~ ~- " r~/ ~thg~o!,ogr~wJ~omtallyprovjd~abla~kaladwlai__mpho,- ..~ mid-Augus~ boating.over R.oborts, Et.~Meyets~.~=i~, Areceptionafte=,theceremony pcriot:; Stella C~ tograph suitable for?ne slxapet reproduction shortly after the what used to be his front yard, and.brotherrin,law of da,bride-, was in the church fellowship hall. Cassandi'a Store Hours: 8:30-5:30, Mon.-Saturday wedding. Pearl Petzoldt didn't know what groom. Servers included Angela Klatt, Steve Houtwed, Although The Express does not charge for publishing the the future would hold. But a Superior, Veva Ferebee, Nelson, norS.ept.25:Alma . pictures and stories, there is considerable expense involved. As check from the local AAL StephanieWilliams, Lincoln, and a result of this expense, space preference is given tocouples who purchase their wedding invitations, programs and other supplies from The Express. Anniversary pictures are published with a report after the observance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 12-cent-per-word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited" column on page 3. Information received in writing by 4 p.m., Monday is given preference for inclusion in that week's paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted. bun, oven schoolmade cookie,, I iinema I KIM BASINGER and daughter, terin St. Louis. They completed the "'Water ter Homes and Gardens andNewell, t-lar"" V " ' Watching the devastat|on on E erywhere Try It by finding Ranger Rick. television moved Bailey to ac- household items with wateras an SeptemberisKansasFruitsand Sept. 24: tion. "There's a real need. ff I ingredient and testing several Vegetables Month. perior; Christy were in the same situation, I water sourdes through filter Two new large print wes!,erns perior. would hope that AAL wouldOtheractivitiesincludedtiedying are "Ride a Crooked Trail, by Sept. 25: respond," he said. "We're going scarves, a wiener roast and a Bun Arthur, m2d 'Rustlers of the Nelson; Steve t .... Erich Heitrnan, to wm the war m the trenches." hayrack ride. Rio *Jrande, ' by Paul Evan Garrison, Ne'"" Lehman. Americansuse600milliongal- Sept. 27: . Live Country Music Entire Store ' lonsofn,otoroilintheirvchicles Superior;Dcn-n' 9p.m. to 1 a.m. MERCHANDI: every year. There is cnoughen- RoseGehle, SUl !aclles Clu ergy in this uscd motor oil to pro- Logan re n duce a year's worth of electricity 1/2 I rlte frabut900'000hmcs" Last Sunday Superior, Neb. Logan family With Members Welcome v met at the G estsu Wednesday aml Frid zy, 1:30-5:30 p.m. for an afterr Thursday, 5-9 p.m. sharing mern Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. of a bountifu P/esent . October 1 -- Nifty-Thrifty Miles, IlaLe, Q t-Twin C!nema and Video Center ] 410 1/2 N Central, Superior, Neb. and InexLoff Supermr, Nebraska Alethaand DonnaLog Logan and Merrill and (i IL' ,~JlO ' ()!11~, Sunday Buffet Jamestown, , .tl ,i.t , ,, ,., i z.t, ' Ham and cTu ed " Switzer Hurl -6fi -ff6E- Turkey ~ln Sewing begins at 11:30 a.m. E reams The day of your dream's deserves the finest... Wedding Invitations. Take lime now to see our big selection of l .atttiful styles. The Superior 148 East Third Superior. Net). branch was a welcome and appr- Barb McCarmey, Nelson. Sept. 26: Rose elated bright spot on a dark and Girl Scout News couple is making their rior. cloudy horizon, home on a farm near Nelson.Sept. AAL District Representative Hardy; Norm Bailey of Belleville, II1., BrownieGirl Scout Troop No. Formoso Library Cloud. organized groups of volunteers 487 Second Grade had a cookout to help with flood relief twice a at the Kenneth and LoettaCurrent "Newsweek" tonga- week. They regularly assisted Pedersen farm. Th,,ey completed zincs were donated to Formoso Sept. 21: with sandbagging, organized the 'Outdoor Fun' Try It by hav- Library by Melvin Buyer. Other tier; transferred cleanup efforts, and worked at a ing an ecology hunt and touch, periodicals arc the Sept. 20 issue cry Martin, Salvation Army distribution cen- smell and listen hunt. of Spotlight and the October Bet- Sept. 22: 65 and $ Children O0 over Tax under 10 Tax ,, a Included Satur lay .Evening Sl ecial Prime Rib or New York Strip 1,1 Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m .I ' iO Hamburger ...................... P,u: and French Fries zn Salad Bar ............................ All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack ...... $1.99 Friday, Oct. 1 $1 H ght Beef and Noodles or Salad Bar, Well Drinksand Beer 2 Saturd , Oct. - Prime Rib Sun:lay, Oct- Buffet - Serving 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Dinner - 7 p.m. Meeting - a Cinema II TAKE A STAND FOR ROBERT TOWNSEND Hardy, Neb. ,- For reservations, call 402-279-3855 METRO.GOLDWYN MAYER L-A"gTES~ MOVIES on Video: Mad wen