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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 5. 1992 By Anna Belle Grubbs Ruby Skelly was hostess to the Monday morning Bible study group. The Rev. Olin Belt, Norfolk visited Pastor Buzz Lambrecht Saturday. The ladies from the Burr Oak United Methodist Church will be in the Parish thrift shop, Mankato, Nov. 2 and 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ncil Warren, Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Warren, Wakccncy, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Pritts, Guide Rock, Dixie McHenry, Ellsworth, and Phyllis Lange, Mankato, were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Howell. Rec"nt visitors in the Gale • Tcgley home were Mr. and Mrs. ' Curtis Jeffcry, Pastor Buzz Lanl- ' brecht, Ruby Skelly, Dclpha Jor- don, Gertrude Hancock, Pauline Sunday school has weiner mast in old city park The Burr Oak United Meth- odist Sunday school had a Hal, loween wiener roast Sunday evening. They were where .the city park used to be across the creek west of Hazel Kerbs, in a picturesque setting in front of the huge old brick, fireplace built in the early 30's by the CCC Camp. The children played games, decorated pumpkins and roasted wieners and marshmallows. At- lending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Packard, Ben, Aaron and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Waugh, Kerry and Ryan, Pastor Buzz Lambrecht, Philip, Emma, Coffin, and Eva, Chad, Cole and Tanya Modlin and Anna Belle Grubbs. Wilsman, Mankato, Elizabeth Wilsman, Hanover, and Winnie McNichols. Recent visitors in the Thelma Read home since returning from the hospital were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lozier and Larry Lozier, Sterling, Colo., Diana Morris and Diana Boxberger, both of Russell, Alma Garman, Pastor Buzz Lambrecht, Edna Masters, Myrtle Brandon and Vivian Reed. The Christian Church women had a good turnout Saturday for their bazaar and soup supper. Beth Jeffery returned home Wednesday evening after stay- ing the past week and a half in Texas with relatives. The shelter house in the city k is getting a new roof. lea Cranes were in Salina Tuesday for Mrs. Crane to con- suit a doctor. Diane Lambrecht was in Chi- cago for the weekend where she spoke to a woman's group. She traveled by Amtrack. Vivian Reed hosted a surprise birthday party, Wedaesday morning at the care for Geneva Garman. Everyone was seated around the table when Mrs. Garman arrived and called happy birthday to her. Dough- nuts and coffee were served to Myrtle Brandon, Edna Masters, Iris Cosand, Maxine Clemens, Edna Fogo, Anna Belle Grubbs, Wanda Howard, Glenadean Ter- rill, Helen McMillian, Madeline McMains, Irene Figgins, Velma Wilson, Superior, Mrs. Garman and Mrs. Reed. Pictures were taken md after she opened her cards and gifts. Helen McMillian and Edna Fogo participated in the Bcloit craft show Saturday. Elsie Carper, Lebanon, visit- g M&R !i] Bookkeep,ng and Tax Service [i] H N z.mrAx nUNO H [i 3rd and Bloom- P.O. Box 424 H Superior, Neb, 68978 -- Phone: 402-879-4764 aarllyn Peterson , Tax Consultant i PUBL00I Whirlpool 14 cu. R. refrigerator with lee maker French Provincial 4-piece bedroom set, less box spring and mattress, excellent condition 4-piece bedroom set, less box spring and mattress French Provincial Record cabinet 2 Burnt orange easy chairs 2 Table Lamps Swag Lamp 6 Reellner or swivel chairs Wood table with storage space and sliding doors below, 3-ft. x 6-R. Wood work table, 3-R. x 6-ft. 3 Drawer metal dresser Assortment of wood and metal chairs 2 Oak swivel bar stools AnUque oak straight back chair Hoover floor shampoo machlne Kitchen step stool Round floor fan 5 and 8-gallon crocks Large Sunbeam electric mixer Frankoma eoffe cups Electric clocks Assortment of Tupperware Vases and Novelties "IV tray set, nlce Dishes, silverware, pets and pans Miscellaneous kitchen utensils Some hand tools Small Antique wood ice box Small chrome kitchendrop leaf table with 2 chairs 4 Oak padded chai 3 Solid oak cb.alrs Library table Record player Single roll-away bed' Card table and 8 foldtn4g chairs Tablecloths, silverware and some dishes RCA XL- I00 25-1nch Solid State "IV Roper Almrtment-slze gas range New florae portable sewlng machine Klrby vacuum sweeper wlth attachments Walnut dinette set with 4 cane back ehalrs and 2 leaves 3-plccc waterfall bedroom set Denise Furman (right) and Jon Albrecht, Ideal Market produce managers, have won the Boogaart's store produce promotion for the sixth year in a row. Each received a $1,000 savings bond, which she is receiving from Moorsa Boucher, Smith Centar, Kan., head of the 75 participating stores. ed her daughter, Wanda Frasier, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Sander- son, Lee's Summit, Me., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson, several days. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jotmson. Craig Figgie and Cissy Lauer, Horton, were weekend houseguests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson. By Audrey Diamond Ruby Burge was in charge of a Halloween party Saturday evening at the Webber church. Attendance was good in spite of the rainy weather. The weiner roast was moved inside and the hayrack ride was cancelled but a good time was reported. The Rev. Harold Nelson was guest minister at Webber church Sunday and also atteni]ed the party Saturday evening. There were several special musical numbers by the children Sunday morning. Kathy Ross and sons were Thursday dinner guests of Avis Ross. Mrs. Ross called on Viola Ross, Mankato, Friday morning. Joan Diamond and her sister, Beth Fowler, Pueblo, Colo., were Monday overnight guests of their sister and brother-in- law, Joyce and Gerald Shoemak- er, Minneapolis. Mrs. Diamond the Shoemaker home late Wednesday. Mrs. Fowler re- turned home Thursday and Mrs. Shoemaker brought Mrs. Dia- mond home Thursday evening. Friday they visited their mother, Dolly Jennings, at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larmer, Chicago, called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Thursday. Fri- day they were joined by Ila Larmer for dinner at a Superior cafe. Mr. Bothwell found a red balloon this week on the road near their home. A name tag said it was from Shawdeen Willie, Shiprock, N.M. On the back of the tag it said "I don't do drugs" and "I say "no" to drugs. Mrs. Bothwell returned the tag and is in hopes of getting a reply. Mr. and Mrs. Kris Hoard, McPherson, visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan accompanied Mrs. Fowler to this weekend. They called on near Dallas, on a business trip Estella McKeown Sunday early Tuesday. They returned to evening after Mrs. McKeown re- turned home from visiting Phyl- lis Hurd, Formoso, since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mart were The following personal property items will be offered of sale, located In the Agriculture Hall at the Thayer County Fairgrounds, on: Saturday, Nov. 14 Start, ng at 10:30 a.m. Lunch on grounds HOUSEHOLD ITEMS s,t metal toy ears Whirlpool 14 cu. R. rcfrlge Ben Franklin stove, free standing fireplace Maytag portable dishwasher Barbecue p.rlll Maytag clothes dryer, gas Cast iron skillet Oval kitchen table Etude music magazine, 1913-1914 edition The followh tttnns at the l'Oporty of Marie Pohlmann of Hebron Single bed with brass headboard, like new Single mattress and box springs; like new Double dresser with mirror, like new Large couch, floral pattern, like new Writing desk with chair, like new End table, like new 2 Occasional chairs with velvet covers, like new Antlque sewing rocker Recllner chalrs Kitchenette set with 4 chairs, chrome Hoover "aprlght vacuum sweeper Lamps "IV tray set Card table Luggage Folding lawn chairs Clothes hamper Electric fan Magazlne rack Llnens, Bedding, towels, throw rugs, plllows, etc. Window drapes and lace panels, like new Dishes, pets and pans, silverware, etc. For additional information call: Bd Poldmann - 36S-7701 MISCELLANEOUS AND HAND TOOLS I/2-1neh electric drill Saber saw, planes, vlce Yard tools, shovels, scoops, etc. Electrle lawn mawer Electrle cords DeLavel electric cream separator Golden Rod fence stretchers Bit brace-wood handle Palr of hand saws Grease guns Endless belt Small wheel puller Plpe wrenches Pair of spurs Shucklng hooks and pegs Blue rock thrower with rocks Old grindstone S-gallon cream can Swag and table lamps Other mlncellaneotm household Items PICKUP Maytag electric wamher 1059 Chevrolet I/2-ton pickup, truck. 6-cylln.- Maytag dryer, propane TL 4-speed transmission, short box, needs TERMS: Ciuh: property Is yours when bid off. Not to be removed until nettled for. All etatement= or rqrreeentatlon herebt are believed to be eorre©t. However. me owners, auctioneers, and printers make no warranties either expressed or lmpuea. Not responsible for accidents. OWNERS: Property of Several Consignors AUCTIOn: c. =" lJeslder, Neb. Deshler, Neb. IX.shr, Neb. 402-365-4126 402-365-4240 402-365-4129- Home: 365-4114 Schleufer were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lipker, Ruskin, Monday. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fegter, Fairbury, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Windhorst, Deshler, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson, Sioux Calls, S.D. The Larsons were enroute to Texas for the winter. The Jensbys had supper Wednesday with Sharon and Phil Hand and Teresa Jensby at a Hebron cafe. They visited later at Teresa Jensby's home. Mr. and Mrs. James Garst, Mankato, called on Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton Saturday afternoon. Dale and Ruby Burge were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garton at the potluck dinner Sunday at the Nazarene Church, Superior. Mrs. Burge took a dec- orated birthday cake to surprise Mr. Garton on his 90th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited the Gartons Sunday evening. Kathy Kile, Superior, called on Margaret Warren Friday. Mrs. Warren visited Linda War- ren and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Switzer, Superior, Thursday af- ternoon. Bill Johnson and sons and Paul Elsberry and son Josh, Fre- donia, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler Thursday until Sunday to go duck hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris, Mankato, visited Hildreth Rus- sell Thursday evening. Nicole Ordich visited her Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child called on Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Roth- child and Erik visited the Del- bert Rothchilds Saturday morn- ing and Doyle called on them again Sunday evening. Dennis Rothchild, Dodge City visited them this weekend. Richard Diamond called on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond Wednesday afternoon. The Bert Diamond's were Friday dinner guests of Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond called on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bouray Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Barry and Lane, Clarks, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry Sunday. Other guests were Leo and Ruby Barry, Wilma Barry, Eugene and Irene Wood and Jessica Wood. Shawn Barry was home from K-State for the weekend. Neva Sisson and Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews, Amanda, Laura and a friend were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies and Charlie Smies attend- ed a family dinner Sunday at the Formoso Senior Center. Lela VanMeter and Wade VanMeter visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross to cele- brate Mr. Ross' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham, Salina, and Max Elniff, Jewell, visited Mr. and Mrs. VanMeter Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. VanMeter attended a birthday party Sunday evening at the Nel- son Good Samaritan Center hon- oring Marie Crispin. By Donna Mary Hornbussel Carsen and Brett Rowley vis- ited many relatives and friends for tr!cks or treats on Hallow- een. Saturday morning Syn Dee Wulf, Dusty and Jesse attended the Mothers' Club Halloween skating party. Saturday after- noon Mrs. Wulf took her sons for tricks or treats at Guide Rock. Saturday evening Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf, Steve and Dixie Bargen, Superior, and Dave and Sherry Gebers, Nora, paticipated in the Halloween road rally at Guide Rock. The group ten at- tended a party in the Rar.dy Wulf home. Dennis and Stacey Shroyer, Haley and Jared were Fri0ay evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Svoboda at Lawrence. Saturday evening Haley and Jared Shroy- er and their cousins, Kayla and Lindsay Johansen, Marquette, Neb., went for trick or treats. Mike and Sharon Combs, Fremont visited Jerry and Feme Combs Friday evening until Sat- urday evening. They visited Mr. and Mrs. David Williams and family to .get acquainted with their new grandson. Elmer and Lorene Meyer vis- ited Soren and Grace Thomsen Saturday afternoon to watch the football game on television and were supper guests. Other guests were Lee and Linda Daniels and Sara, Kansas City, and Burton and Jan Thomsen, Jonathan and Kerri, Aurora. Sunday after church and a cafe dinner, the Meyers visited Vaden and • Theda Kramer at Nelson. They attended the open house at the American Legion Hall, Nelson, in honor of Dale and Sally Uhr- macher's 25th wedding anniver- sary. Fra and Esther Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sun- day evening. Clarence and Ila Wilton, Roger and Lynn Wilton, Gail Hudiburgh, Superior, and DeW- ayne and Colleen Barleen, St. Paul, visited Harold and Loma Sunday afternoon. Steve West- phal and Chanelle were Satur- day evening Halloween visitors. John and Linda Combs at- tended Amber's volleyball came at Beatrice Wednesday. Thurs- day evening they attended Jon's game at Supeerior. Christina Medina and Alan Richecky, Mankato, were week- end guests of their grandparents, Delmar and Marlene Shrontz. Mrs. Shrontz' brothers, Rick Jordan, Superior, and Jerry and Lori Richecky, Mankato, were supper guests Sunday. Christina and Alan returned home with their parents. Last Monday Bob and Dar- lene Woerner attended the Hal- loween Whirl-A-Naders at Fair- field. Friday the Woerners went to St. Joseph, Me., to attend a retirement celebration for her sister, Betty Sybert. They re- turned home Saturday. Lisa Meyer and Cody, Loret- ta Feismer and Lynette Grueber, Laurel and Bill, Nelson, were Thursday through Sunday guests at the home of John and Sharon Feistner and daughters, Spring- field, Me. Lynn Shambaugh and Verda Reynolds were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Roy and Alta Lewis. Sunday evening Frank and Esther Martin and Andrew and Michael Bates vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Donna Mary Hornbussel and Thelma Morris visited Zoe Far- rand at Nelson Good Samarintan Center last Tuesday afternoon. Then Mrs. Hornbussel attended the Neighborhood Extension meeting at the home of Lynn Harvey. Butch and Diane Rei- manb and Amber were Wednes- day supper guests, Alan Hom- bussel, Burr Oak, was a Sunday dinner guest. Sunday aftemoon Mr. and Mrs. Hombussel attend- ed the open house for Jim and Edna Maley's 50th wedding an- niversary at the First Baptist Church, Superior. Thursday moming Mrs. Hormbussel at- tended a Bible study and accom- Hansen to When the li a hush descends ence of 24,000 largest annual youth this November, a member will share in a vocal inspire the crowd memories that time. Ben Hansen, join FFA members the country in entertainment for -guests at the Convention, Nov. sas City, Me. Hansen, a memba2 perior FFA year.old son of Hansen. He was more than 200 part of the FFA Chorus. - Participants are ed for the chorus FFA associations, education instructorS directors. They the basis of those tions, an audition staging experience, Ideal /Mrnerlcan Gram the world'S ing money named or, to its MoneyGram American Gram enables businesses to money quickly. million $3.5 billion transfer agcm Jocations stores,. stores, packaging, and other gener nesses. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Oaylord Rothchild. -. Wilton at Superior Friday partied the group for a cafe, din, Mi's, Dwight Mart tO celerbate Brad Blair ˘isitea Mr. and evening. Saturday Mr. and Mrs,. aer. ........ Tom's birthday. Mrs. Bernard Blair Sunday Barleen and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jens- evening, ton went to Nebraska City for a by and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mrs. H. E. Jacobsen visited cafe dinner and visit with Cy Wilton and daughter, Connie October Young ]"Superior Livestock [ braskaDriever'city,BeverlyjoinedD°ddS'them he-for Matronli meeting services lunch. She had been a teacher at at Harrls home countries. The St. Paul schools and a friend of ally sent in Mrs. Barleen. The Barleens re- Ferne Harris hosted the Monday [ Market, Inc home later Sunday af- Young Matrons Club October available . temoon, meeting in her home. All mem- or 24-hour service. I Superior, Neb. . I Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. bers were present. Cards were -- Clarence Wilton and Gail Hudi- the entertainment. Completest = -m=.=L 00ll00:00'IM1 Sale Every Saturday at 12.30 II burgh were guests of Harold and Guess boxes were won by Navy Seaman_, Lorna Wilton to play cards. Jacqueline Boyles and Edythe Jacobsen, son of l i:, Ethel Westphal went to Hast- Francis. Wanda Howard, Made- Crooks, Nelson, Barn: 402-879-3711 | ings Saturday where Matt ran line McMains and Edythe Fran- pleted basic with the NIAC conference. Matt cis had lucky napkins. Bemeiee Training -- - Frank: 402-225-4284 returned home with his mother. Harris will host the November He is a She took him back to Lincoln meeting. High School. Don't Be Out-of-Date Let Us Keep You Up-to-Date FAST Lorna's Bookkeeping and Tax 213 E Third - Supenor, Net). Lorna Wilton Office - 402-879-4761 Home - 913-875-4019 This week's report from the Mankato Uvestock ComJ selling 521 cattle. Here are some sales for this 6 Mixed steers ............................. 410 Ibs 12 Mixed steers ..,: ....... , ................ 475 Ibs 6 Mixed steers ............................ 540 Ibs 12 Mixed steers ............................ 460 Ibs 12 Mixed heifers ........................ :.. 390 Ibs .............. 7"' 7 Mixed steers ........................... ,530 Ibs 11 Mixed steers ............................ 545 Ibs 16 Mixed heifers ........... ' ............... 485 Ibs ............... ' 12 Brangus heifers ....................... 500 Ibs 17 Mixed steers ................ ., .......... 630 Ibs 19 Mixed steers ........................ :,... 755 Ibs 169 Steers .................................... 895 Ibs ................. 14 Mixed steers ............................ 640 Ibs 15 Brangus heifers ....................... 610 Ibs i ................ 8 Gelbveih heifers ...................... 550 ibs ................. 16 Mixed steers ............................ 625 Ibs ......... "/ ...... 50 Mixed steers ............................ 815 Ibs ......... " ....... 12 Mixed steers .......................... ,895 Ibs, ......... ,""i' Special Bred Cow.Springer ! Auction Wednesday, Nov. 11, MANKATO LIVE COMMISSION Andy Montgomery, Owner 402-879. 4 Jon Russell, Fleldman 913-374=4482 BIg Logan, Fieldman 913-378-3327 I"', On the latest news, sports, community events, editorials and area happenings! To Keep Up With the Times SUBSCRIBE TO: The Superior EXPRE0000 148 East Third Phone 402-879-3291 Superior, Neb. r mm iiim iiiim iiim ims mm m mm mm iiim iiim mml mm m ama,lB m mm aim mal mm m i  3 Enter My Subscription to ! " , : The Superior Express [ Address I I | City State  Zlp, J | Amount New Renew J I. ...................... _J $12 per year or three years (or $33 in advance In Nebraska and Kansas Elsewhere, $18 per year or ree years for Mail Subscription Blank to The Superior Express, P. O. Box 408. Superior, Nob. 68978 or Phone 402-879-3291 , i