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10A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday. Oetober 15. 1992 By Mrs. Ualvin Meets Senior Center New Monday, Oct. 19, games. Beef and noodles, 24-hour cole- slaw, juice, sherbet. Tuesday, Oct. 20, van to Hastings, 1 pan. Ham, sweet po- tatoes" groen beans, peaches. Wednesday, Oct. 21, exer- cise, cards. Turkey patty, gela- tin, mixed vegetables, cake. Thursday, Oct. 22, games. Smothered beef patty, baked 13e- taro, corn, muffin, apricots. Friday, Oct. 23, video. Creamed tuna, biscuit, peas, fruit salad, pudding. Meals and activities subject to change with- out notice. Arvid and Marilyn Pearson went tu Broomfield, Colo., last Friday and were guests of her brother and wife, Duane and Kathy Berkey. They went espe- cially to attend the Berkey cous- Davenport Legion Auxiliary meets The Davenport American Le- gion Auxiliary met last Monday at 8 p.m., in the community cen- ter. The meeting was opened by. ins&apos; reunion at the Berkey home last Priday, Saturday and Sun- day. Twelve attended from Col- orado, Nebraska and Montana. Doing manicures at Parkview Haven, Deshler, were Dorothy Boss, Edna Johnson and Wanda Tegtmeier. Davenport merchants met last Tuesday to start plannin!; for the 1993 Merchants' Fair. The tlieme for this year's fair is "Davenport Merchants' Round- up", a western theme to pro- mote the anniversary of the Ore- gon Trail. Eighteen merchants were preset to set up commit- tees. The next meeting will be Monday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 pan., in  N hui. Verle and Shirley Keim, Dean Kem and Barry and Irene Moore, Lincoln, and Lila Lichty, Carleton, attended the Berkey cousins' reunion at the home of Kathy Berkey, Broomfield, Colo., last Friday through Sun- day. Arvid and Marilyn Pearson went to Basset Sept. 25 and were overnight guests of their daughter and husband, Joan and Rod Miller. Sept. 26 the Persons and Millers went to Wayne State College to get the Miller's daughter, Polly, and all went to Blair to see the Miller's daugh- ter and husband, Melissa and Brian Godden who live on Dana campus. They stayed until Sun- day with the Goddens. While at Blair they visited Ran and Mary Lou Bums, Omaha. Burns was a former Davenport Superinten- dent. Chance Gerdes won eighth place in the seven-yesr-old divi- sion at the,[lational Tractor Pull in Omaha pt. 26. He is the son of George and Lucille Gerdes. Mr. and Mrs. Emie Blau and Angle and Christie Blau, Kelly Toffiemier, Mrs. Wilbur Blau and Jill Loih, Hastings, and Marlin Kemley, Kenesaw, at- tended the 1992 National Inter- national Pedal Tractor pull at the Omaha Civic Auditorium where Angle was representing Nebras- ka for the 12-year-aids girls. Heather aids, Wisconsin, placed first, Dawn Kapsa, South Dako- ta, second, Danni Bonn, third, and Angie Blau, fourth both rep- resenting Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vieselmeyer, Deshler, Mr. and Mrs. George Bohannon, Arling- ton, Wash., and Katherine Vieselmeyer, Gothenburg, visit- ed their aunt, Hulda Jagels, last Sunday afternoon. President Deb Albers. The prayer was given by Chaplain Aria Zabel. The flag salute was repeated and two verses of the Star Spangled Banner were sung by the unit. Berneta Miller, education chairman, introduced Arlyce Dill, county superintendent, who talked about equal rights for mi- nority groups. After the program President Albers conducted the business meeting. Silent roll call was taken with seven members present. Poppy chairman report- ed ordering 500 poies and one dozen large poppzes. Music chairman, Arla Zabel, had the unit sing America. Christmas' cift assessment was read by ludrman, Shirley Keim. Mem- bership chairman, Bonnie Dumler, reported there are 50 paid members. The Auxiliary will serve the firemen's turkey supper in No- vember with Mrs. Keim as chairman. The unit will make tray favors in November for the veterans home. The Auxiliar will also sponsor a morning cox- fee for teachers to observe edu- cation week. Committee mem- bers are Mrs. Miller, Aria Zabel and Donna Bohling. Mrs. Dumler, Mrs, Albers and Mrs. Keim attended the county meeting in Hebron Sept. 16. Mrs. Dumler reported on the leadership school she attended in Chicago. President Albers an. nounced the Department Leader- ship School in Grand Island, Oct. 24 and Department Presi- dent Viola Heinrichs' Home- coming in Lawrence the evening of Oct. 24. The unit received a standard merit of citation. Pauline Nelson will have the program in November about election. The meeting was closed with prayer hy Chaplain Zabel. By Donna Mary Hornbussel Saturday evening card party guests of Frank and Esther Martin were Elmer and Lorene Meyer, Eldrick and Elsie Grum- trmrt, Arnold and Beth Bohling, Harold and Marian Carpenter, Roy and Alta Lewis, Doris Hud- son and Bomieee Schriever. Frank and Esther Martin vis- ited her mother, Elsie Wissing, SY'an d . Mrs. Roy lensen, Lincoln, and Lynn Shambangh were Friday morning visitors of Roy and Alta Lewis. Ralph and Wanda Goodrich, Duncan, Okla., arrived Thursday afternoon to visit Sanford and Shirley Swanson. They left Sun- day morning to visit other rela- tives in Omaha. Ouests of Jennifer Warneking last Friday evening for an early birthday slumber party were Brittiannie and Brandi Johanson and Brittanie Utecht. Sunday Magdalene Warneking and Doris Hudson were dinner guests of Les and Carol Warnek- ing and Jennfier [o celebrate Jermifer's Oct. 12 birthday. Marlln and  Meyer and Cody were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Clark and L tte Grueber and family at et. Laurel They celebrated Orueber's hirthday. Saturday evening card party guests of Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf were Marlin and Lisa Meyer, Randy and Deb Wulf, Steve and Dixie Bargea., Steve and Diane Gebers, Dave end Sherry Ge- ben, Krin and Carol Wulf and Tro and . Kathy Hefts. uusty and Jesse Wuif were Saturday evening visitors of their grandfather, Rich Wulf, Guide Rock. Lester and Sherry Wissing were Sunday supper guests of Dounie and Lana Rowley, Cars- en and Brett. Saturday dinner guests of Bryce and Beulah Ray were Mrs. Don Burge and daughter, Cindy, and grandson, Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Milan Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schlettfer and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. John Ray, Jason and Justin and Brad Wilford. Amber Combs was home for the homecoming weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs and Amber attended Jan's game. Elmer and Lorene Meyer, Nell and Barb Thotmen, Brooke, Kara and Andrea at- tended the homecoming football game in Superior Friday evening. After the game they were coffee guests of Arnold and Betty Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer visited Arden and Cheryl Russell and Kristin, Mankato, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Carol Mueller, Nelson, were in Hastings Monday for Mr. Meyers medical appointment, Ethel Westphal went to Crete last Saturday to watch Matt run for Wesleyan at Concordia Col- lege. He returned home with his mother for the weekend. Matt came to Superior for homecom- ing weekend. Mrs. Westphal and Matt went to Hastings Saturday so Matt could run for Wesleyan at the Hastings Cross Country Invitational. Mrs. Westphal took him back to Lincoln Sunday evening. Alfred and Agnes Miller and Jerry visited Lester and Sherry Wissing Friday evening. Satur- day Mr. and Mrs. Miller visited Leland and Diane Miller and family at Seward. Sunday the Millers and Jerry were dinner guests of Berniece, Vince and Gene Miller at Lawrence. Jim and Pare Nichols and daughters, Denver, and DeW- ayne and Colleen Barleen, St. Paul, arrived Friday evening to visit Clarence and Ila Wilton. Saturday evening Harold and Lorna Wilton and Roger and Lynn Wilton visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilton and their guests. The Nichols and Barleens left Sunday afternoon for their homes. Donna Mary Hornbussel and Thelma Morris went to Hastings Wednesday on the Handibus van. Amber Reiman and Misty Fullerton visited Ed Hombussel after school Wednesday. Alan Hornbussel, Burr Oak, Butch and Diane Reiman and Amber were Wednesday supper guests. Donna Mary Hombussel vis- ited Ari Harvey and Bud and Colleen Rowley at Republic Sunday afternoon. She attended the open house at United Meth- odist Church for the 90th birth- day of Erma Stromberg. Mrs. Hornbussel lived near Mrs. Stromberg and her parents while attending Pawne School near Republic. Amber Reiman and Shelly McCartney were Sunday supper guests of the Hombussels. terian Church, Superior, Sunday afternoon. Callers the past week at the home of Wilma Andrews were Sara Welhourn, Kellie and Ivory, Mary Jane Molder, Janice By Mrs. Loule Hasemeyer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Stone and McCune, Merna Wester, Helen The Olive Hill Church con- gregation was invited to share a potluck dinner with the mem- bers of the Jewell Church Sun- day. Attending from this congre- gation were Zelda Schuster, Verdena Stone, Hollie Stone, Mr. and Mrs. liliff Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blauvelt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, Mabel Davis and Pastor and Mrs. Lester Snyder. Birdie Blair, Superior, a former resident of this commu- nity, is now residing at the Nel- son Good Samaritan Center. Mrs. John Stark, Holdrcgo, was a Monday through Wednes- day houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. Ran Lovegrove, Mr. Love- grove, Andrew and Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. Don Price left for their home at Nchalem, Ore., Saturday morning after visiting in the home of her father, Gall Hudiburgh, with her mother, Ellen Hudiburgh, who resides at the Superior Good Samaritan Center and with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks were Sunday afternoon visitors of Esther Boyles, Mankato. Norma Imler, Christine and Susan Bryant, Juniata, were Sunday visitors in the home of Hollie. Wllma Andrews was a Satur- day morning visitor of Mrs. Ver- non Molder. Sunday afternoon Verdena Stone, her granddaughter, Hollie Stone, and Zelda Schuster visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reece, Randall. Mrs. Ree is the sister of the late Vexnon Stene. Tuesday supper guests of Della Roe were Mr. and Mrs. Steven Headrick, Sarah, Chris- line and Elizabeth and their hou- seguests, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Headrick, New Bmunfels, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Headrick have previously been in Iowa visiting in the home of their other son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Headrick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hale,, David Hale, Frank Hale and friends, Lincoln, Mac Mallott and Dee Ross had dinner togeth- er at a Menkato cafe Sunday. Gall Hudiburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Don Price, Nehalem, Ore., were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton. Saturday evening the Wiltons, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Barleen, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols, Cynthia and C.adaee, Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton Sr., were visitors in the Burr By Anna Mr. and Mrs. berger, Larkspur, cently home several Litzenberger is Neff and Coleen Mainquist, Courtlan& Twila Cool, Billy Andrews and Matha McIntosh. Wednesday Mrs. Andrews vistied Mary Jane Mohler and Marcia. Mr. attended the senior citizens pot- Litzenberger IlL luck lunch at the Superior bie, Gothenburg, Manor. Friday Mrs. Andrews day overnight was a lunch guest of Mr. and Litzenbergers Mrs. Lyle Reece, Mankato, and ding of Rita later visited in the home of Mark Hatfield in Peggy Vader, Superior. Sunday N.C. Larry C afternoon Mrs. Andrews called the wedding. at the home of Allene Giger. Louise Gillett Saturday morning William Litzenherger Cool went to McCool Junction Mrs. Dew Stans and Lester Brozovsky accompa- afternoon. riled him to Clarkson where they Mr. and Mrs. were overnight guests of Mr. berger, Sandra and Mrs. Joe Boubins. Sunday Page, Larry Gillett the two of them went on to West Mrs. Doug Gillett Point where they attended the guests in the home( bird sale. Cool was a Sunday Cindy Wallace overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hastings, Wednesday, Stan Green, Valarie and Ryan, Marcia York, E, uroute home Monday received her ILN. morning Cool visited at the family graduation home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd her honor at the Cool, Fairmont. home Monda Highland News" < By Highlana Club Mr. and Mrs. By Meta Stiles Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham were in Alma last Monday and had supper with Mike and Sharon Lanham and Medinda at a care and later attended the football game. Last Monday Walt mad Margaret Williams visited in the home of Jack and Flay Jensen, Roseland. Mr. Jensen is doing better. Cody Meyer was a Saturday overnight guest of his grand- parents, Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer, Wednesday, Sept. 30 Alvin and Edna Epley left for Abilene. They stayed until Friday visiting Morris and Evelyn Berry and places of interest. They then went to Bella Vista, Ark., to visit Mr.. Epley's sister, Vema and Don Scott for the weekend. They returned home last Mon- day evening. Sunday evening visitors of Steve and Diane Gebexs and Jamie were her pmmats, Otto and Wilma Moeller, Hardy, and Adella Gebers. Irvin and Murlene Sehleufer and Lisa, Barbara Stutzman, Laura and Vicky and Shirley Pe- ters all met at a Hastings care for supper. Marvin and Mary Carriker, Harvard, were visitosr in the home of Cleo and Ruth Thayer last Monday. Wednesday Sue Williams was one that took a car load of Nora school pupils on a field trip to the Hastings High School Auditorium where a theater group from U.N.L. presented "Jungle Book." Sunday evening Don and Helen C, ebers and Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer attended the 6th annual Thayer Couney Me- modal Hospital Variety Show in Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Rust, Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. John Stone had Sunday dinner in Juniata to celebrate Mrs. John Stone's birthday. Bill end Melba Lynch were Thursday supper guests of Bob and Rhea Kulek. Melba Lynch and Adella G- bers attended Bridgetts Friday afternoon in the home of Fae Meyer, Nelson. Roger and Sue Williams, Tyler, Lance and Sarah visited Jack and Floy Jensen, Roseland, Sunday afternoon. Cd party guests in the home of Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf we Dave ma Shem, C=e--, a'my mad Kathy Hefts, Steve and Diane Gebers, and Kevin and Carol Wuif. Other guests were Marlin and Lisa Meyer and Randy and Deb Wulf. Lillian Thayer accompanim Melba Lynch to Hastings last Monday. ) i 4-HNews Webber Wide Awake The Webber Wide Awake 4- H Club met last Monday at the Webber church basement. were I I members and four lead- ers present. Roll call was an- swered by what meml?ejts brought to the auction. Rieci Rathbun had a demon- stration about animal science. The Heitmans were hosts. Adam HeRman joined the club. After the meeting Richard Behrends conducted the aonual home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton near Bostwick. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gar- man attended, the wedding of Kenton Lockwood and Cynthia Miller, Great Bend, Saturday. Enroute home the Boyles visited friends at Stockton. Lockwood is a nephew of Mrs. Boyles. This community received rain totaling 2.10 to 2.70 inches Wednesday. Della Roe was a Sunday din- ner gue, st of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe,, Courtland. Lama" in the af- ternoon all attended the 90th birthday open house for Erma Stromberg at the Republic Methodist Church. Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer attended the 80th birtluy open house for Doris Christensen at the lrwst Presby- G.R.A.D. l'o. uP meets 1st Monday The Guide Rock Area Devel- opment Committee (G.R.A.D.) regular monthly meeting was last Monday at the Guide Rock Community Hall. Meetings am the first Monday of every month at 7:30 pan. The Remington shotlpm which will be given away in No- vember was inspected and ap- proved. Also approved was the printing of drawing tickets. Other itm-discussl were street signs, main street build- ing, sm.,t lights, tabies in the hall. and recentiy completed nydrg [lrojcts: parking lines, ants and the old gaso- line station across from the post office. G.R.A.D. also agreed to help the library by g materials for newbook shelves and a book drop. Other improvement projects discussed were the pur- chase of direefion signs and a sing announcing community events, Many persons have donated their time, labor, skills, money and materials for improveanent projects. All area residents interested in area improve, ment am encour- Blanche Statz, Margaret Wil- and family were lianas, Marie Troudt and Mr. and guests of Mr. Mrs. Ron Porter were visitors of Ostdiek. Nina Mac Bruce the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Jacobitz was an over- and night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan evening Jacobitz Friday. Gary Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz Mrs. and Gladys Webber called on Doug Mrs. Bruce Wolfe and Jared hrman attended Wednesday afternoon. Lorrell Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer Thursday evening. and Lacey and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gary Follmer were supper Anne and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don afternoon. Follmer last Sunday to honor the belated birthdays of Gary, Shirley and Kathy. Monday Uyvonne Knebans, MmSe Troudt and Muriel Foll- mer met Mr, and Mrs. George Jesell, Debbie Alexander and Marvin Boyles at a Superior cafe for dinner. 4-H a night, ride this Nuckolls day beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Mike Follmer members will and famy visited Mr. and Mrs. grounds to begin DOn Follmer Friday evening, ride. A soup They came to attend the recogni- will follow. tion of Gary DeBoer for his 25 awards will be years of coaching, the meal. Wednesday supper guests of All 4-H Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and are family were Mr. and Mrs. Ran bring friends. Porter and Pare. Thursday they blankets. wero mpper guests of h4a. and 1"J Mrs. Don Cassell and family. Sodbuste Both suppers honored Ron for his birthday, at Aurand Sharon Turner and Micki Ja- cobitz and daughters visited The Mrs. Doug Porter one day the busters past week. end in October Marie Troudt attended a fare- Ilene Aurand's well dinner for the Rev. Dale west of Hardy. Bussinger at the Oak church Pedersen were Sunday. couples were Elsie Smith and Uyvonne Knehans had dinner Friday at a to Chester care to help Mr. and games. Mrs. Bill Moore celebrate 40 Saturday years in the care. coffee were Jim Miller and Gary called hosts. Saturday on Anna Mille, Monday. Mrs. dies went into Miller was a Saturday evening craft shop at the tyOf Dagmar Pedersen, Swanson home. . per was Suplxa" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wehrman and fatal- ness ly Tueday were Mr. and Mrs. was played. Henry Wehrman Jr. and Mr. and Donna Corman Mrs. Vie Jacobitz and sons to for the evening help Mr. Wchrman celebrate his guests Arley auction. The next meeting will aged to attend the meeetings at birthday. Sunday Combining the latest technology with time-tested methods to deliver be Nov. 2 in the Webber church the Guide Rock Community Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Philip group went ,-. basement. Hall. Wehrman al family were din- Paul's Lutheran - what you need, when you need it. Our commercial printing  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Todd _ TI.e next experts will select the best way to produce your order. ='=-- m=---= =-=== m Hauck and Philip and their oyer's Parz guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mike will pickup whether it involves the latest in computer composition and loser V Drexel,Greeley, COIO. 281 soUth of printing, electrostatic plate making and automated presses or  11ue M llimgk  the century'sold method of letterpress printing with handset type. rllllllWi  "%-%7 00=''WIIXIES We have variots sizes of presses, including a mult,-color web press. 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