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today Viola Ross Viola Ross 83, Monday at her ,tvices will be at 2 Thursday the Harmony United Mankato, with I in the Fairview Cemetery County News Moore had church ser- e LTC residents Sun- afternoon for crafts Geneva Hiltgen :was Lucille Frost, Noreen Countryman,' 'Flora ', Jaience Fall, Carolyn Fail, Kress all visited with Murray was visited by ,ck arid Rosella Rehmert visited Doris week. hosted Tuesday last week. They in- couple called Ham 'N' on a show for the are a brother and act "Oetogenerian Folk that go around to This was a program for our LTC Murray had a visit from her grand- , Sherry and Huncovsky, when they to LTC from their wedding to have pictures taken :)thers vis- week were Mildred Lorraine Morton, Opal and Martha Miller, Jim and Terry Standley, James Standley, Arkan- and Doug and Elaine Rathbun visited with week. Siebert visited several and Dylan Berry, Berry and Avis and Carol their mother, Ones this week. L Sills had Bible study for Wednesday morn- 10. ouL music evening "His entertained. Leta Oak Menhusen, Frisco, visited Lily Henningsen Other visitors were Mr. Coburrm Henningsen, Blanche Penner were and Eberhart called on , and James Neilson and among the of Dana Bennett. and Pat Shoemaker of Helen Stites, Vera Frost and visited Ruth afternoon. are Betty Frink and Clede and Lena Madeline Sills were and Leta Sills and Chad Clede and Lena Carl, Carla, Jen- Ben Shaw, Kiwanis representative, with September Kiwanis Terrific Kids (back row, from left) Andrea Nelson, Dusty Bargen, Michael Hull, (front) Eric Petrie, Eric Rogers, Andy Lovegrove, Kristina Heitman and (not pictured) Kaela Walton. A program on Women and Heart Disease "Your Heart's Desire" a pro- gram on women and heart dis- ease, will be Tuesday evening, Nov. 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Mankato National Guard Armory. Sponsored by the extension ser- vice in Cloud, Jewell, Mitchell and Republic counties, the county agents will address the growing concern today's women are feel- hag about thehealth of their bearts. Speakers will address the is- sues of how serious the problem of women's heart health is, what women can do to decrease their risks of developing a heart condi- tion, how to shop and eat healthier and the role of exercise in heart health. Heart healthy food samples and recipes will be available. The program is free and the public is welcome. U'o00nN nkaW Local New Mankato Ranch ' By Elaine Thomas Splits: C. Booz, 5-10; B. The dreary weather Saturday Marks, 4-5; A. Surmeier, 5-7; D. evening didn't seem to affect the 3-10; S. Marihugh, 2-7. Early Birds Mums Rose Forget-Me-Nots Snapdragons Sweet Peas Marigolds Pate, 9-10; S. Jensen, 7-8-9; H. Halloween spirit any as many Blaine, 4-5; L. Peters, 5-4-7; J. trick or treaters weremaking their Spiegel, 2-7; S. Engel, 6-10, 6- way around town. 10-7; PI Wagner, 5-8-10; C. The junior-senior high school Snyder, 3-10; J. Utt, 4-5-7 (1-2- students had a costume dance in 7); D. Thompson, 5-10, 2-7; A. the commons at the school Satur- Smith,5-7;J.Ost,2-7;D.Hugbes, day sponsored by FHA. Sunday evening I visited the Formoso Youth Group's "Hallow- 22 14 eenHappening."Therainstopped 22 14 the hayrack ride but it looked like 19 17 plenty of activities were taking 16 20 place. 15 21 Mable Andreasen received a 15 21 visit from Mr. and Mrs. Albert High individuals: A. Belden, Wyatt, Webber, Wednesday af- 170;B.Niles, 167;D.Smith, 167; temoon. D. Smith, 450; B. Niles, 447; J. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Ost, 441. Classical Esbon Misfits 23 9 Farm Bureau 23 9 Alexander returned home Satur- day after visiting their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Alexander, a week in Little Rock Jackie's Station 14 1/2 17 1/2 and seeing the sights in Branson. Kiers 14 18 James Garst was taken by Do-Drop-In 11 1/2 20 1/2 ambulance to the Veteran's Hos- Wildcats , 9 23 pital in Grand Island last week, High individuals: C. Snyder, where he still remains a patient. 190; J. Kennedy, 183; I.Fotoand Mrs. Garst, Randy and Stephan L. Peters, 180; I. Fogo, 502; L. Saathofffollowed the ambulance Peters, 496; F. Sstroup, 486. and visited James. Tuesday Six Dr. Matt, Tina and Sam Barn 22 14 Schlotterback were recent visi- Pizza Hut 25 11 tors in the home of their parents, Video 21 15 GilaandAndyPetersonandSarah Dave's Discount 4 32 Schlotterback. High individuals: F. Stroup, Kirk, Jackie and Dusti 174; J. Meyers, 170, M. Neilson, Hancock have returned to San 165; M. Neilson, 464; F. Stroup, Diegoaftervisitingfor 10daysin 461; J,D#vJs,.44 ...... the. homes-of Pete and Joye TGIF Mixed League ..... Hancock and Mary and Dave Davenport. Kirk is a petty officer in the Navy and will be leaving for Guam Nov. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hanson have returned home after a 10- day trip. After visiting the David- Figgins Harvest Crew in John- son, Kan., they traveled in Arizonia, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. They also visited Mrs. Hanson's cousin, Fern Kleisen, in Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Buck Roberts was a patient in the Jewell County Hospital this past week. He returned to his home Saturday and is feeling much better. Bud and Peggy Trubey, Heather and Erin, Ord, Neb., were weekend visitors in the home of his parents, Ken and Monsolete. Shane Dewey and Annmarie Johnson visited their parents, Ken and Melodee Grabast and Lloyd and Donna Johnson, this week- end. Recent visitors in the home of Nyla Berg were her daughter and grandchildren, Maria Berg Weger, Cameron and Lauren, Lansing. Jim was in Utah attend- hag his grandmother's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Berg, Omaha, also visited Mrs. Berg for the weekend. Berwyn Peterson, Ruskin, a nephew of Mable Andreasen, called on her Thursday afternoon. Among those visiting Nelson and Mary SorrellS were Thadd Hinkle, Oscar Newlin, Evart Vader and Twila and Dale Rothchild. Ross and Gayl Hancock re- turned home after a 10-day visit with Barb and Dean Winkel and families in Fort Madison, Iowa. Enroute they were overnight guests in the home of Marvin and Linda Chilcott and Shawn Owen in Osawakie, Karl. Visiting last weekend in the home of Murrell and Mildred Graham Was Joan Mickelsen, Kearney. Mickelsen came to lend a helping hand to her mother who had fallen and broke her arm. Tommy Thompson has re- turned home after being hospital- ized in a Saiina hospital several days. Nicki McDill visited her fam- ily, Mahlon, Janis and Landon, several days lastWeel e--is attendingschool in C0b , Sunday evening visitors in the home of George and Marlys Jonson and Janae were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kaidahl, Hardy. George Carter was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the home of Marshall and Vedff Jones, Coneordia. Velma Garman visited in the home of A. C: and Kay Fail in Wichita this Weekend. Mrs. Garman reports Mrs. Fall is steadily improving and looking forward to returning to work for an hour or two a day. Nadine and Julie Railsback visited Nadine's mother, Opal Boehner, Saturday afternoon at LTC in Beloit. Sunday Mrs. Boehner was admitted to ICU in the Mitchell County Hospital. Karen Figgins is staying a few 22 I/2 9 I/2 Gutter Cleaners 22 10 Family Ties 17 15 Wobblers 14 18 Mixups 11 21 Streaks 9 1/2 22 1/2 High individuals: L. Johnson, 213; K. Reiter, 192; K. Reiter, 187; M. Surmeier, 215; M. Reiter, 184; M. Reiter, 182; L. Johnson, 528; K. Reiter, 520; D. Stroup, 470; M. Reiter, 520; M. Surmeier, 491; C. Booz, 473. The Astronaut League Esbon Slammers 19 9 Jewell Lumber 19 9 Maicorns 15 13 fst National Bank 15 13 Jackie's Station 14 14 High Individuals: R. Hajny, 219; S. Gillett, 213; D. Rohla, 198; S. Gillett, 572; D. Rohla, 569; R. Hajny, 552. Redstone League Kramers 25 3 St. Exchange Bank 16 12 Farmway Credit 16 12 Mankato Pharmacy 14 14 Mankato CPAs 11 17 High individuals: T. Ortman, 247; D. Anderson, 195; D. Davis, 194; T. Ortm_an, 591; D. Ander- son, 528; D. Davis, 485. afternoon called Mankato City Report win and Madeline the first blackout. Help- Connects Ls Week was Lucille Nancy Dunstan-525 N. t. Clinton. retarial Service COPIES, can reduce and enlarge YEARBOOKS - ART WQRK- MANUSCRIPTS NEWSLETTERS, RESUMES- YOU NAME IT!!! Us Type, Address and Mail Your Letters For You Call 402-879-4341 or drop in at N National - Superior, Nebraska 68978 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Solid Waste Recychng @ Tin (steelcans) and bi-metal cans, ETE 1 and HDPE 2 plastics. Aluminum cans, car and tractor batter- ,ss and glass containers. "m of the above must be clean! ,,.We also accept corrugated cardboard. we Will pick up larger amounts of cardboard. l00or.more information call 402-879-3100 Whitney-Thompson Insurance Agency, Inc. Call for Justin, Larry, A.J. for Auto-Homeowners-Corranercial:Farm QUALITY RELIABILITY SERVICE Our Way of Doing Business - Since.1929 Phone 402-879-3315 117 Wesf Third Street - Nob. | II HI I III III IIIII I I CONTAIN I I I _ TO GO Big enough for construction industry-- Small enough for home owner 20, 30 & 40 cu. yard Roll,off containers off : .... . " i We drop it I You fill it .... We haul it to the landfill Call TOLL FREE 1-800-322-4272 8 a.m. tO 12 noon for Immediate radio dispatch or If you have.questions about blng or call 768 7233, Dave Feulner mm days with her daughter, Jennifer, and parents, Val and Velma Garman, before returning to the David-Figgins HarvestCrew who are cutting milo in Lubbock, Texas. LeonaPeterson,Hastings, was a Monday overnight guest of her sister-in-law, Mabel Andreasen. Agatha Ray and Evelyn Blaylock, Smith Center, were Saturday afternoon guests in the Ken Trubey home. Paul and Darlene Oarst and Leatha Garst visited Jim Garst at the V A hospital Saturday after- noon. Jim hopes to come home in a few days. Jessiea Lange, daughter of Russell and Pat Lange, will be a contestant in the Young Woman of the Year program in Beloit Saturday evening. Mike Rafferty returned home from the hospital in SalinaFriday afternoon. Rachel Larsen was .a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Thomas and Jennifer while her parents were attending meetings. G. C. and Pete Sullivan, Chanute, went to Pittsburgh to get Patty Roberts, sister of Buck, and brought her to to Mon- day. She will be staying for sev- erai days with Buck. Nyla Berg, Wanda Bohnert, Marjorie Moser and Doris Alexander were among those at- tending the craft show in Beloit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hancock were overnight guests in the home of Jerry and Carol Hancock in Hastings Saturday. David, Molly and Matthew Swank, Milford, visited this weekend with her parents, Jerry and Alice Kinsey, Jerod and Alison. Harley and Diane Sorge, . Brooke, Gretchen and Scott, Lin- coln, visited in the Esther Ortman and Terry Ortman homes several days. Doug and Elaine Thomas were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of Lawrence and Ethyl Hulse, Marquette, Kan. Ann and Milford Ost visited- Geneva Ost Saturday at the Saiina hospital. Butch and Glenna Schaefer were Saturday visitors in the home of his mother, Jerry Schaefer. After supper out they visited in the Rex Seirer home. Word was received this week that Lefiora Blaylock, E1 Paso, had fallen and hurt her ankle and elbow. Don't forget to stop by the Se- nior Citizen Center next Thurs- day morning from 9-10:30 to help celebrate their 14th anniversary. Amy Ruthstrom, who is at- tending school in Great Bend, went to tRlsworth last week to visit with the Mankato FFA mem- bers who were there attending the leadership school. IIII Thursday. November 5, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B By Elaine Clark Formosa area residents were By Josh Kindler Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler, Superior, visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler last Sunday evening. Judy Harnel and Kari, Superi- or, Janice Peters 'and Mrs. Kenny Huber visited Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne last week. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Reed, Concordia, and Roberta Reed visited Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler Tuesday af'ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin visited Mr. and Mrs. Tim Schott, Alex and Justin, Be- loit, Tuesday evening. They cel- ebrated Rene and Justin's birth- days with cake and ice cream. Mr, and Mrs. John Peters had lunch Wedaesday with Pemell Peters, Topeka. They were Wednesday overnight guests of Deb Buffer and Jan Mayfield, Pittsburg. Thursday John and Shirley left for Canton, Texas, to visit relatives and attend the first Monday Trade Days. They re- turned home Sunday evening. Corrie Tuttle called on Mrs. Brad Keeler Wednesday after- noon. Pastor and Mrs. Dan Vallier and sons returned home Wednesday following a trip to Akron and Springfield, Ohio. They participated in the wed- ding of Pastor Vallier's sister, Mrs. Ervin Davidson, Oct. 17. Mrs. Henry,, Smies, Court- land, and Grace Jacobson visited Ann Keeler Thursday afternoon. Sylvia Mohler was t Thurs- day overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wiley, Cawker City. Mrs. Mohler and Mrs, Wiley were in Hastings Friday to see Mrs. Mohler's doctor and also visited Mrs. Leland Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sandell, Scandia, and Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Stafford were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field met Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stafford, Wichita, for lunch Fri- day in Beloit. They all visited Carrie Field at Hilltop Lodge. Terry Stansbury, Smith Cen- ter, was a Friday and Saturday guest of Carol Stansbury. Joy, Kristina, Joanna and Jackie Jensen were Friday over -, night guests of Esther Jonson and Sharon Jonson, Concordia. Saturday afternoon the children dressed in their Halloween cos- in Beloit Saturday to atend the Last Monday evening a weiner art and craft show and the rock roast followed by a 4-H meeting sale, started at 6:30 with 4-H members Mr, and Mrs. Gone Clark met and friends attending. John Clark, Buhler, in Salina for At 7:30 the meeting of the supper Saturday to celebrate Whitemound Builders 4-H Club John's Nov. 4 birthday, was called to order by President Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mohler, Stephanie Ford. There were 29 Dalton and Abraham, Belleville, members and two leaders present. were Saturday evening visitors A ceremony installing new of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber. officers was conducted. New of- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reynolds, ricers are Kevin Ost, president; Amy and Dustin visited Mr. and Melody Underwood, vice presi- Mrs. Clint Reynolds Saturday dent; Stephanie Ford, secretary; evening. Clair Mohlman, treasurer, Josh Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Huber, Kindler, reporter; Cory Heather and Samantha, Court- Underwood and Zach Kindler, land, were Sunday dinner guests parliamentarians. of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber. Members voted to entertain at Roberta Reed and Norman the hospitalnextsummer. Hart, Concordia, were Sunday The Achievement Program dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. was Nov. 1 at the Mankato'High Doyle Reed. Mrs. Reed also School. Officers gaining will be called on Mr. and Mrs. Delno Nov. 17 at 7 p.m., at the Jewell Reed and family, Concordia, County Courthouse, followedby Sunday afternoon, a council meeting at 8. The Janu- The Keeler, Kinsey, Slaugh- ary meeting will beparents' night. ter family reunion was at the Members celebrated National Formoso Senior Center Sunday. 4-H Week by putting up a display The Jewell County 4-H andhandingoutsuckersandpen- Achievement Day was in Man- cils to the Burr Oak Grade School. kato Sunday. The Formoso Will- Group singing started with ing Workers 4-I-I Club and Kristal Kindler singing "It's A members received numerous Small World." Craig Underwood awards. Nancy Spiegel was rec- gave a demonstration and Brandy ognized as the 4-H alumni Pair gave a project talk about her winner. Vera Dempsey was in photography. Parliamentary was charge of the 4-H alumni skit. lead by Amanda Doud and music Bob Howland participated in the apleciation by Blake Davis. alumni skit. The 4-H Pledge was said at the Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Huber, close oft he meeting. Heather and Samantha, Court- land, and Mrs, Kenny Huber called on Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fellowship Meals Mohler Sunday afternoon. The Formoso Community Nov. 9- Chili with beans, Church youth group met Sunday tossed salad, sliced fresh orange, evening. The group will meet crackers, ice cream. again Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. Nov. 10-Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, peas Courtland Church and carrots, bread or roll, grape hosts Revival juice gelatin. Nov. 11-Meat loaf, baked pc- The Courtland United Mcth- tato, normandy blend, bread or odist Church is hosting a revival roll, sugar free apple crisp. next Monday, Tuesday and Nov. 12-Bakedfish, scallopcd Wednesday evenings at 7. potatoes, country trio vegetables, Featured speaker will be the bread or roll, fruit cup with straw- Rcv. Richard lhne and the Rev. berry ginger sauce. Judity Priest, St. John, Kan., will Nov. 13-Baked turkey, sweet be the songleader. The public is potatoes, green beans, bread or welcome, roll, angel food cake with straw- Bible study will be Monday berries. and Tuesday morning at 8:30. Activities The theme of the study will be Nov. 10-Deanna Sweat appropriate to the message of the Nov. 12-14th Birthday Anni- evening, versary Party. tumes and visited at Mt. Joseph. For additional information Nov. 13-Wayne Thompson Estella McKeown, Superior, contact Pastor Suze Anderson, willspeakaboutinterestingplaces was a weekend guest of Phyllis Courtland. in Kansas. Hurd. ! ,; ii 'i ; : Gary Hein., a weekend guest of Mr. and FOOT CLINIC ..J..1,. Mrs. Harold Heinen. .. Illllllll Illll I I CHILD CARE  Will do babysitting    Day or evenings  __Phone 402-879-4464 ill I I FOOT SPECIALIST-SURGEON 213 East Third.Superior, Nob. Dr. Phil Mqynard Combining the latest technology with time-tested methods to deliver what you need, when you need it. Our commercial printing will select the best way to produce your order, whether it involves the latest in computer composition and laser printing, electrostatic plate making and automated presses or the century's old method of letterpress printing with handset type. 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