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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 1, 1992 T ! Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Weeldreyer were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wilford. They also vis- ited the David Barnard family. Julie, Trevis and Carmisha Trautman and Sharon Garton, Superior, Joy Garton, Joston and MaKenzie and David Maheiu,  Hastings, went to Manhattan to visit Mary and Duane File, their son, Gene, and their daughter, Mama, Beloit. Phyllis Vasconcellas, West Sacramento, Calif., is visiting hel son, Robert Peterson, and family for two weeks. She just returned from a trip to Hawaii and a visit with the Perry family at east Kancohe Bay, Oahu, Ha- waii, and was there when hurri- cane Inike hit. They received some damage to their home in the 75-miles-per-hour winds. Grandchildren of Manilla "Bourbon" Jorgenson who came for her memorial services were Bob and Marty Bourbon, Bran- son, Me., Mike and Betty Hard- ing, Shawn and Maren, Mayetta, Kan., and Troy Bourbon, Man- hattan. Local grandchildren who attended the services were Mari- lyn Bourbon, LeRoy Bourbon, Erie, Jamie and Jeff and Julie and Kristen Dwey. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Corman were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman, Hardy, to Omaha last Wednesday to attend a birthday celebration for Willard Corman. They were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Corman. Thursday fore- noon they visited Mrs. Ralph Corman's sister, Maxine TUm- pleton, in Ralston before return- ing home. The Barfknecht cousin re- union was in Yuma, Colo., this weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Franson. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bangert, Lawrence, Elsie Smith, Nelson, Leone Moents, Blue Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher and Shirley and Irene "Barfknecht, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCracken, Aurora, Colo., Jed Luellen, Verdon Luellen, Shane and Marilyn Arledge and Mrs. Geoffery Ra- ichart, James and Kelly, Yuma. Jensen hosts Hi- Lo Pinochle Club Hi-Lo Pinochle Club met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Jensen. The October meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Berwyn Pe- tersen. Guys ,anffG00S00Hairst00ling We wIcome Diana Core to our salon [" New Stylist Specials ,Perms - $21.95 Women s Cut and Style - SB,_ :" Wednesday Night- Men's Haircuts - $5  ' For Appointment, Call 402-879-3637 ''', and ask for Diana  ',  Open Monday - Saturday , Betty Butler, Owner Janene Bagley, Katheryn Sander, Diana Core 525 East Third Superior, Neb. r.a ;,.. ================================================================ SEE THE MOVIES FREE When you rent tapes from your Cinema Video Centers Ask the cashier for complete information on how you receive credit toward FREE Movie Plus a FREE Video Rental You SAVE IVHEN I YOU RENT YOUR VIDEOS FROM US 7rest Cinema I Cinema II beer tet$1 JENNIFER GRAY eFeatures eCommunity Events Li Robin Reeve bride of Jonathan Pendergast Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ash, Mexico, Me., visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborne three days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Osborne and their guests toured Pioneer Village at Minden. Sunday guests in the home of Paul and Wilma Rathbun were Sandra McDonald, Novi, Mich.; Dennis Crispin, Humboldt; Joy Crispin, Hastings; Veva Marpel, Gothenberg; Leda Bechtel, Au- gusta, Kan.; Bryan, Connie and Logan Bechtel, Henderson; Arden Vernon, Turon, Kan.; Dix and Paula Hansen, Polk, Me.; Brooke and Becky Hansen, Manhatten; Tom, Gale, Heidi and Rickie Rathbun, Webber; Marilyn Tom and Andrew Mason; Steve, Pat, Jared and Levi Gunn; Jennie Andersen; and Etta Hansen. Dale 'and Marie Crispin, Nelson, joined the family for church services at Webber. Mrs. McDonald left Monday to visit her grandmother, Mabel Carpenter, at Mankato. Lovewell Service Club meets with Margaret Warren The Lovewell Community service Club met Thursday af- temoon with Margaret Warren. Ten members answered roll call with a household hint. Margaret Mettler had devotions and enter- tainment. The next meeting will be Oct. 22 with Mary Smies. Margaret Warren will have the devotions and entertainment and each member is to bring a craft item or something for show and tell. Keith entertains Neighborhood Club Ruby Keith, Nelson, enter- mined the Friendly Neighbor- hood Club Wednesday after- noon. All 10 members were present. After the meeting they played cards. Meta Stiles won high, Helen Eckles low and Elsie Smith the traveling prize. Lunch was served. Robin Lyn Reeve and Caswell, Hastings, Max Miller, Jonathan Peadergast werc united Hebron, and Oren and Estella in marriage at a 4 o'clock dou- Roe#e, Superior. ble ring ceremony in the small A covered dish reception for chapel at the Hastings Good Sa- the couple was at 6 o'clock at maritan Village. the senior center of the Good Parents of the couple are Samaritan Village and was host- Robert and Carolyn Reeve and ed by the sisters, brothers, broth- Sharon Pendergast Hastings, ers-in-law and sisters-in-law of and Chuck Pendergast, Phoenix, the bridegroom and Shanna and Ariz. Grandparents are Wanda Kristin Reeve, sisters of the- Discuss soup dinner bride. Serving the wedding cake was Robert Reeve, father of the at Davenport VFW bride. Following a short wedding Davenport VFW Auxiliary to trip, the couple is at home in Post No. 10579 met last Monday Hastings. at 8 p.m, in the Davenport Com- mumty Center. 7 Up Club meeting A tl..you note was read The next day Mrs. Keith en- om  c ,cent, atRakestrawhome tertained Pinochle Club. Fgar, f e fall centerpieee Mrs, Harold Swartz and Mrs.: the auxil'iary iimde. Sunday, Oct. Alvin Petersen attended 7 Up Rotary' Welfare 18, will be District 16 meeting Club at the home of Irene in Fairbury. The annual soup Rakestraw, Republic, Wednes- meets for lunch dinner was discussed, day. l Total Elegance Sept. 16, Rotary Welfare Club met at a Guide Rock Care and had the regular meeting in Evelyn Burwell's home. Six members answered roll call, "Our Favorite Subject." Reading Chairman Gleason read, "Time is Registered in Or- dinary Things" and an "Ode to a Pill." The October meeting will be with Dorothy Mattison. Roll call will be a roll call suggestion. i Thursday Evening Special "" Burgers and Fries 6:30 - 10:00 p.m. Sunday Noon Special 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. H.W Half Meals Available 122 East Fourth St. - Superior, Neb. Make Appointments Now * Phone 402-879-4442 WALK-INS WELCOME Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Mondays Jody Langer, owner and operator I Li Oct. 5 Monday: hash browns square, milk. Tuesday: mashed pineapple, rolls green beans, ie, chocolate Thursday: meat sauce, bread, milk. Friday: meal cake, Daven OcL 5 Monday: Tuesday, and ham dinner roll, fruit. Wednesday, baked beans, bar, Friday, fries, fruit, bar. Announce engagement Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Shaw, Nelson, wish to announce the Courtland; engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Phyllis Darling, Dawn, to Toby Shannon Mohler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Mohler, Dunn, Chester. Superior. Sept. 24Br A Nov. 14 wedding is being planned. NOYB Club meets Mrs. Edward Forsberg was hostes to eight members of the NOYB Club at her home last Thursday. Games were played with Mrs. Axel Jensen donating her birthday money and Bernice Thompson winning the stick prize. Members present were Donna Farrell, Ruby Moravek, Mrs. Thompson, Glada Isaac- son, Mrs. Jensen, Norma Berggren, Kathryn Kirk and the hosess, Mrs. Forsberg. The next meeting will be Oct. 15 at the home of Glada Isaac- son with a white elephant sale. Davenport Library The Davenport Library Board met Monday, Sept. 21 at the li- brary. Present were board mem- bers Dixie Heinrichs, Wanda Tegtmeier, Sallie Pfeifer, Berne- ta Miller and Librarian Christy Johnson. Books have been placed in the library in honor of past pres- idents, Georgia Keim, "The Best of Family Circle Cookbook," and Dixie Heinrichs "Scrape Patching and Quiting." U.S.A. Today has been ordered. Stu- dents are encouraged to come in and get current events for school. During the month of October, Halloween stories will be read Wednesdays in the morning and afternoon. "Pockets," will tell stories Oct. 28. A new book is "Diana, Her True Story." There are also many children's books. Friends of the library giving Imhoffs visit large 'Mall of America' Brandon Imhoff, Longmont, Colo., and Rosella Imhoff went to Minnesota to visit Larry Im- Hardy. hoff, Kasson and the Scott Im- hoff family, Shoreview. Larry took his motl'.er and Brandon to Lake City where they went sail- log in Lake Pepin on the Missis- sippi River. They also went to La Crosse, Wisc., to visit a friend. While in the Twin Cities, they shopped at the "Mall of America;" Presently the largest in America, The structure, built on the site of the old Mets stadi- um, has four levels and seven- acre indoor amusement park, from kiddy rides to miniature golf to a roller coaster. There are more than 300 shopping areas and free parking stalls at all levels. The fourth level is occupied by nine night clubs and a 14-screen movie complex. Mrs. Imhoff and Brandon re- turned last week. McCutcheon has books published Randy McCutcheon, who teaches speech and English at the Albuquerque Academy, Al- buquerque, N.M., was notified a publishing company bought the franchise to his first book, Get Off My Brain," to be sold in Australia. His second book, "Can You Find It?" was named book of the year in the self help vonee category. His name and accom- Sept. Superior; Cloud; Floyd Mary bet, Donald Reed, Sept. and Belle Sept. 25 Lawrence Kermit Pleasant Mary Ann Dunn, Chester. Sept. Nelson. Kitkihald meeting Kitkihaki olution met the Leslie Wehrman hostesses. The conducted by Bothwell. TI ry," was man, ar War area. and the Re.no Lounge 243 N'Central Superior, Neb. Will Not Be Open Until [ 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9 Sunday Buffet Roast Beef and $i[7/;,00 V Tax Smoked Pork Chops 00nc,uded Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 6,5 and S OO Children 84oo over  Tax under 10 Tax Included Included ........... :?".T'T .......................  ......................... Saturday Evening Special Steak or $699, Shrimp Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea Every Friday 6:00 p.m, to 10:00 p,m. _(Qn vv Hamburger ...................... Tax and French Fries Salad Bar ....... _...., ........... $090 Plus All You Can Eat Tax Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack ...... $1.99 Do Drop In " Hardy, Nob. , Nuck books are Alma Lautenschlager, South Forty Bud and Lucy Voigt, Sallie Pfiefer, Nebraska State Quilt Byro:: Neb. : Guild and Pastor Rick Suggitt. FR[H00 Sunday, Oct. 4 Horseshoe D,00ANCE00 Saturday, Oct. 3 Tommy's Western SWing Band 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eagles Club Superior, Neb. Guests With Members Welcome plishments will be in the book of Who's Who in America. Mc- Cutchenn is the grandson of Amy McCutcheon, Superior. Saturday, O Superior VFW Superior, Neb. MEMBERS AND GUESTS LESLIE IH 449 N( Superior, Traditional Home- Style Cooking 2'. Open 6 a.m. to 8 p Dinner Each Evening Luncheon Open Sundays, Four Dinner tO