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oso Local News r Elaine Clark Cline, Opal Wet- Bill Smith, Mr. and Maxine Betty Marga- Concordia, were in Salina Tues- Lipizzaner -mtennial ' Jensen and Joan- Jensen, Concor- Manhattan Wednes- the dentist Mrs. Duune Wiley, were Wednesday visitors of Sylvia Dempsey and attended the Council on Aging morning at r PRIDE judges were George Baich Thursday after e reunion of the Bomb Squad in Sept. 4 and 5. at Harrah, Mrs. Max Balch, Dennis Balch and Mr. and Mrs. Bud 0f Harrah, Mr. and San Diego, Balch, San Several of the L traveled to Edmonds, visit Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. George and Na- Mr. and Mrs. at Stanwood, visited Mrs. Ri- and Janette, Smies, Court- on Ann Keeler Fri- Neria, Sarah, and Lucille Friday afternoon and Mrs. Carl Studer's Mrs. Abe Mohler, Belleville, and Mrs. Virgil afternoon. accompa- Terry Stem- to Wamego were weekend r. and Mrs. Hank and Mr. and Brian and and and Dexter, Coyne, Kansas ; a weekend guest Clare Oshorne. Birrell, Re- Mrs. Paul Osborne and Mrs. Leo Blanding, Courthmd, at- tended a baby showe for their niece, Mrs. Troy Sanders, at Hays Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bomun, Republic, also attended the shower. Ann Keeler was a Saturday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoics, Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl, William and Tanya, Courfland, hosted a supper Saturday to eel- ' brate Jon's third birthday. Also ent were Mrs. Melvin Dahl, and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin, Mrs. VonVanMeter and Kelli, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Johnson, Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Ridmrd Watson, Janette, Christina and Paul, Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sehott, Alex and Justin, Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. James Hamil- ton, Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Perry, Seandi& were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. John Sjolander and Michael, Scandia, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Huber, Heather and Saraantha, Courtland, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler Saturday evening. Curtis Free, Marysville, Bill Kasl, Cuba, Florence Free, Courtland, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Samamha were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free. Janice Peters and Juretta vie- Red Lavernia McCune Sunday afternoon at Hilltop Lodge, Be- loit. William and Tanya Dahi, Counland, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl. Ann Keeler called on Grace Jacobsen Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lynn Massey, Belleville, and Mrs. Kenny Huber visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohier Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stupka and family, Concordia, vistied Javenia Peters Sunday after- noon. There will be an all church picnic Oct. 4 at the Formoso park beginning at 11:30 a,m. Ev- eryone is invited to the potluck meal, fun and games sponsored by the Formoso Community Church. The Formoso Senior Citizens will meet Oct. 5. round dance to Lee Henkel of Tobias. Servers for the evening were Kenneth and Loetta Pedersen Jeff Clark and were weekend and Mrs. Bob Mrs. Howard Field at Hillto p Worick at Hospital, Belleville, Mrs. Bob How- s. John Sjolander were Sat- visitors of and Mrs. F.ddie Concordia, Superior, and Marvin and Agnes Werner. Paul Osborne, tatelhle  them for a elects new officers Stateline Quilt Guild met last Thursday evening at the Presby- terian Church. Twelve members and four guests were present for guest night. Roll (:all was an- swered by stating "What I want to learn more about in our new quilt year." o The new officers are Pare Brims, president; Vicki Petrie, vice president; Barb Thomsen, treasurer;, and Betty Reed, secre- tar),. Phyllis Dethloff became a member. The program by Mona Muel- ler, Hastings, was "Quilts I Have Loved" and "How to Care For and Store Quilts." Refr'-,;dmaents were served by  Smidt and Geraldine Shaw. Seandess Rain 6ulter 11811. -- 401- Residential and Commercial Free Estimates. Gutter Repair and Cleaning FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE Experience - Quality Work Guaranteed Senior Citizen Discount Call Now For Great Savings/ A 1 SALES TAX, ONLY 5 YEARS COULD industry to be size make Superior's street views more to prospective industry, tourists downtown parking the tax money could be magnified by or more by capturing grants now more aggressive communities IT BE WORTH IT??? More About Improving Our Quality Of Living Come To The Town Hall Meetin 8 Oct. 13, 7:30 p.m. Club, Superior, Neb. Earns Commended Student status Craig Shelbume, Davenport, has been named a Commended Student in the 1993 National Merit Scholarship Program. About 35,000 Commended Students fron throughout the nation are being honored for their outstanding performance on the 1991 Preliminary Scholastic Ap- titude Test-National Merit Schol- arship Qualifying Test. Com- mended Students have shown exceptional academic promise by placing among the top five per- cent of more than one million program entrants. Formoso PRIDE It has been a rewarding year working together for the better- . merit of the Formoso Communi- ty under the direction of the PRIDE program. The results were reviewed by the state PRIDE judges who arrived at the Formose Senior Center last Thursday morning. A group was on hand to greet Alice Schamak- er, Omaha, the research associ- ate of the University of Nebras- ka at Omaha, and John Bennett, Lansing, a member of the city council and PRIDE committee. Driver was Bob Neier, Sedgewick County extension agent. A panel of nine Formoso PRIDE members was ready for a round table discussion of projects achieved this year. John Peters opened the program with "Our Tree Planting and Care," followed by Vera Reed with the highlights of commitments with its rewards in "Keeping the Skating Rink in Operation" and "Kids' Korner." Anita Switzer presented "Restoring A Building to Create A Fire Hall" and Elaine Clark gave a resume of volunteers, clubs and organiza- tiom involved in completing projects. Mayor Carl Studer gave an imight into our recy- cling and its success. "How Partners Joined to save and Re- open the Care" was discussed by Paul Osborne.Videos of "For- most the Tracks of A Town"/ and the "Nickel Tour" were shown, displaying how members achieve publicity for "Room of Formoso History." Christel Hig- bee, youth representative, con- eluded the program with a re- sume of all other projects ac- complished during the year. Neier presented Formoso A tour of the extensive reno- vation of the new fire station was taken by the judges, but be- cause of the time element, the tour was shortened to other plac- es of interest. Returning to the senior center, the judges viewed the F.O.C.U.S. arts and crafts. Nancy Highee was in charge of re.frsehments. Christel Higbeo presented the judges arid driver with small fire engines, with Formoso inscribed, as momen- tos of their visit. By Highland Club Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wil- lianas visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan last Sunday evening. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Williams went to Lincoln on business and had lunch with Kathleen McGinnis. Joyce Leech was home for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen for the confir- mation of Taye Hanson and din- ner at the Salem Lutheran Church Sunday. Marie Troudt, Uyvonne Kne- hans and Sharon Turner were in Hastings Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wehrman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Janda and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek and family last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ostdiek and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoelting and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorrell Peterson and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hakan- son and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Schroer and family helped Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schroer cele- brate their 40th wedding anni- versary Saturday with supper at Hastings. Sunday they met for the day with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek and family. Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and Gladys Webber were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dudley, Waterloo. The Dudleys took them to Mankato for dinner and for a country drive. Ivalee Jacobitz and Aloha Brown were honored with a cof- fee at the home of Mildred Zim- merman with Ruth Snyder also hostess. Those in the neighbor- hood present were Helen Bot- tenfield, Hazel Littrell, Edith Rausher, Gwen Whitely and Glady.s Webber Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jacobitz, Hebron, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz Wednesday after- noon. Richard Porter was honored with a family party at his home Wednesday evening. Present for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Porter and Kayla, Peggy Cassell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and family. Mike Honeycutt brought his video of the Nelson QI25 tape to Evelyn Honeycutt Sunday evening and they viewed the dif- ferent events in the park and around town. Mrs. Honeycutt, Gwen Whitely and Leona Porter were among those at the Cordm Good home for Kens- ington Wednesday evening. Mrs. Honeycutt and Mrs. Porter attended church and dinner at the United Community Church of Christ in Nelson Sunday. It was the celebration of five years of the merging of the three churches, Methodist, First Pres- byterian and Christian. Many in the Highland Com- munity attended the Salem Luth- eran Church program and salad supper Thursday. Free Hearing Tests Each Wednesday *Cleaning, Service and Repair On All Hearing Aids *Batteries To Fit All Hearing Aids *Headng Aid Sales HEARING AID CENTER Robert Cox 436 N Commercial -- Superior, Neb. 402-879-3210 800-247-9010 Report from Red Cloud Livestock Auction Sale Monday, Sept. 28 93 lb. Pigs ......................... . ............................ 46.00 by head 59 lb. Pigs ...................................................... 37.50 by head 52 lb. Pigs ...................................................... 28.50 by head 42 lb. Pigs ....................................................... 26.50 by head 365 lb. Red steer .... ................................................... 106.00 443 lb. Cross-bred steers ............................................ 97.00 535 lb. Black and black whiteface steers ..................... 93.50 555 lb. Red steers ....................................................... 91.50 600 lb. Black and whiteface steers .............................. 88.00 602 lb. Cross-bred steers ............................................ 86.00 648 lb. Cross-bred steers ............................................ 85.25 728 lb. Plain yearling steers ................................ : ....... 83.60 428 lb. Black heifers .................................................... 94.00 474 lb. Black heifers ..... '. .............................................. 94.50 538 lb. Black and black whiteface heifers ........... ......... 89.60 561 lb. Cro-bred heifes ............................................ 84.75 625 lb. Chamlais heifers .............................................. 85.00 625 lb. Yeading Heifers ............................................... 83.25 Cows from ..................................................... 44.00 to 54.00 Over 200 Consigned Hext Monday Expecting 300-400 head of High Quality Calves Rod Cloud Livestock Auction 402.746.2622 Thursday, October 1, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A FFAwins 4th at State Rifle Championships Six members of the Superior FFA Chapter competed in the Nebraska State High School small bore .22 Rifle Champion- ships, Saturday, Sept. 26. The group brought home the state lourth place team trophy spon- sored by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The event is conducted annually at the Pressley Wildlife Refuge south of Broken Bow and is hosted by the Loup River Black Powder Club. The competition consists of firing 40 rounds at metal silhou- ettes from four distances. The silhouettes are in the shape of pigs, chickens, rams and tur- keys. All Superior members were graduates of the local hunt- er education classes. The group was accompanied by Lee Hans- en. Students could shoot open sight or scope sights and heavy or light rifles. Formoso Library Story hour was Wednesday at the Formoso Library. A story, "The Life of An Oak," was read. For art work, the childfren made black cat napkin holders. These were added to the ghost wind sock they made last time for the Artists of the Month. The next story Hour will be Oct. 14, 4-5 p.m., for kindergarten through fourth grade. Periodicals this week are the September Keynotes, the Sep- tember-October Country Wo- man, the October World, the children's National Geographic, Outdoor Life, American Health, Better Homes and Gardens and the November Crafts 'N Things. The Book Van came Wednesday. The library re- ceived 188 adult and 112 chil- dren's books, all large print. Also received were 30 books for blind and physically handi- capped (BPH) that are large print. A trustee workshoF was at Belleville Library Monday evening. James Swan, Central Kansas Library Service adminis- trator, gave the program titled, "Principle-Centered Trustee- ship." Each trustee received a new manuel recently published by CKLS. Attending were Vera Dempsey, Ila Nelson, Howard Patrick and Nancy Spiegel, Velma Cline and Joyce Patrick. Now is the time to weather strip and caulk windows and doors for winter. Fifteen percent of the energy used to heat homes is lost through cracks in win- dows and doors. Chad Hansen was the top shooter for Superior, placing second overall in the unclassi- fied division. He received a medal and lead the team of Rich Morris, Jason Rempe and Jon Combs to the fourth place tro- phy finish. All team members received medals. Shawn Benjamin finished fifth in the unclassified division. Travis Rempe finished 14th, both received medals. The next FFA activity will be Oct. 7 when 20 members will complete in area land judging hosted by Superior. Cancer society seeks president The Nuckolls County Unit of the American Cancer Society is seeking a president. Anyone in the county who is willing to fill this post is asked to contact LaMira Mueller or DeEtte Smidt. Other officers have been oh- mined for the year which began this month. Carol Butler, who is new to the unit board, is serving as vice president. Diane Fuller, Hardy, will continue as treasurer and Doris Blackstone as secre- tary. The Rev. Richard Buch- holz, Ruskin, is a new board member at large. Also new to the board is Eliz- abeth Kaldahl, Hardy, who will serve as chairman for both adult and professional education. Sherryl Zoltenko, immediate past president, presided at a unit meetin$ last Wednesday. She re- ported the concessions stands at the softball tournament netted $263.10 for the cancer fund, es- timating the amount would have been $100 higher if thieves had not broken into the stand and helped themselves. At the meeting, the unit de- cided to nominate three board members for state awards to be made at the Nebraska Division ACS convention in Omaha, Oct. 23-25. Mrs. Mueller, cancer cru- sade chairman, was nominated for a unit award, Beth Bohling, public information chairman, for special recognition, and Deloris Hoefs, Daffodil Days chairman, for the new volunteer of the year award. Mrs. Mueller and Ruth Noren, Reach to Recovery vol- unteers, were in Grand Island last Thursday to attend the annu- M update on this program which benefits victims of breast cancer. By Joan Holm Mr. and Mrs. Kim Shaw, Kris and Ben, Axtell, visited their parents and grandparents last Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Junge and Kent Junge and Suzarme, Wheatridge, Cole, were week- end visitors in the homes sof Mrs. Joe Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hunter and sons. Sun- day all had dinner together at a local cafe. Edna Eckhart and Olga Wet- man, Red Cloud, visited Betty Strobl in the home of Lois Giger Sunday afternoon. Guide Rock Cemetery Asso- ciation has received a memorial in memory of Ollie Mearns' family from Paull and Connie Norris. Superior _ ActivitiesJ Thursday, OcL 1 6:30 p.m., Smokers' Anony- mous, hospital; 7:30 p.m., Rebe- kahs. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cole re- ceived word of the death of Mrs. Cole's father, Duane Dew, Lafayette, Colo., last week. Faye Wilcox and Golda Duff y, Guide Rock, visited rela- fives and friends in the Nelson Good Samaritan Center Thurs- day aftemoon. Alice Hanson, Mankato, and Paul Blackstone, Superior, visit- ed Golda Duffy Thursday even- mg. Joan Holm accompanied Ar- lene Anderson to Lincoln Friday evening. Saturday Mrs. Ander- son and Victoria Anderson, Lin- coln, went to Omaha for the weekend. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson and sons and Roy Anderson. Mrs. Ander- son attended beautician work- shops while there. Mrs. Hoins visited her mother, Gladys Knigge. Sunday they went for a ride to Hickman with Wayne and Marge Etherton. Afterwards they bad supper with them. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Etherton and Vickie Etherton and Nichole, York, joined them for suplx,;. Friday, Oct. 2 8:45 a.m., N.U. Start Health , department to Club, 436 N. Commercial; host land judging Noon, Kiwanis, Elks. Saturday, Oct. 3 The Superior Agricultural 9-11 a.m, Adult Basic Educa- Education Department will host tion, high school library, the Nebraska South Central Monday, Oct.5 Area Land Judging Contest 9:15 a.m, Chrisitian Wom- Wednesday, Oct. 7. Registration en's Club Prayer Coffee, senior for the 15 invited schools begins building; 6:30 p.m, Lions Club, at 9 a.m. Git-A-Bite; 7 p.m., Elks. The contest is for state quali- Tuesday, Oct. 6 9:30 a.m., general meeting, chamber office; noon, board of directors, chamber office. Wednesday, Oct. 7 5:45 p.m., TOPS, 436 N. Commercial; 6:30 p.m, Weight Watchers, hospital. Thursday, Oct. 8 11:45 a.m., Economic Devel- opment, Chamber office; 6:30 p.m, Smoker's Anonymous, hospital. fication and consists of evaluat- ing four sites for land capability class, recommended treatments and soil properties. The Little Blue Natural Resource District is the sponsor. . Local volunteers are needed from 9 to 11:30 a.m. to assist in tabluation and scoring, If you can help call Dave Bernard at Superior High School or Glenda Thayer at the chamber of com- merce. [ Bookkeeping and Tax Service '1 H 00ii'tcr.oN, c B ]FrAx /ql/Na H H 3rd and Bloom- P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978- Phone: 402-879-4764 H Marilyn Peterson [] As I am moving into the manor, I will sell the following furniture and at 10:30 :.pmP.ll. o%C publi=uction at 128 N Park Street, Superior, Neb., starting nr, u Ly, 0, :t. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT THE SALE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 3-plece bedroom set with box spring and mattress 13-inch Sears solid state color "IN' 3-piece bedroom set Dining table and 6 chairs Plaid rocker recliner Single bed with box spring and mattress Wooden rocker 2 Coffee Tables I Lamp tables 4-Drawer chest , card table and 4 chairs 2 Folding chairs Porcelain top table and 2 chairs Beige recliner Many linens Toys Dishes Lamps Cosco table Table and 2 chairs Porch swing Bug stinger 2 Fire extingulshem Garden chemicals Lawn chair Wall decorations Bird bath Cord organ and music RCA console TV Small black and white "IV 2 Radios Clock 2 Window fans Many pictures 2 Hampers Kenmore washer Kenmore dryer Gas Range Old books Solid oak buffet Oak dresser 2 Old chairs Child's wooden rocker Child's wooden high chair Christmas decorations Picnic table Electric grill Many garden tools Fertilizer spreader Stepladder Wooden bench Aluminum storm door Kitchen utensils Garden hose Plus many, many Items too numerous to mention CONSIGNED BY MURIEL MARSHALL AND OTHERS Beige velvet love seat Walnut coffee table Walnut 4-shelf comer whatnot Floor lamp 2 Oak chairs 16-ft. Whirlpool upright freezer "IV trays Clock Carnival glass Maytag table top dryer 40-gallon hot water heater, new Oak rocker End table Oak bed and frame Wooden drop leaf table and 2 chairs Small curio with sliding glass doom Barbecue grill Dishes Linens Kitchen utensils Frigidaire refrigerator Computer table Maple hutch and buffet TERMS: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Property at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Announcements day of sale will take prece- dence over printed matter. OWNER000000'i: ma 00urt ]:ews Keith Eickmann Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4134 Auctioneers Dean Hunter Guide Rock, Neb. Phone 402-257-3115 I IIIII "" II I I