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? Local News Mrs. Kenneth Simms guests of the Dou- family Oct. 18 to Simms' 15th guests were the Berggren accompa- ;:1 Mrs. Kenny Berg- Island, to Holly- to visit Mr. and Mrs. They included and Niagara Falls in Hastings, visit- Mrs. Alvin Peters- days. They were guests of Mr. and Mickelsen, 'Hardy. they enter- Mar- Mrs. Charles Mrs. Walter Fis- Mrs. Charles Gurm. and Mrs. Rex Isaacson were wekend guests and Mrs. Kenneth dinner guests of were Roger and Douglas, Jimmy Simms. Swartz and Mrs. attended 7-Up the home of Mrs. Lee Loring Wednesday. Margarette Habiger enter- mined TAC Club Wednesday. She was in Frankfort Monday for an AARP workshop. Maureen Kesl, Belleville, visited the James Hurleys and the Richard Sandells Thursday. Ila Swartz was a Tuesday guest of Irene Rakestraw. Mr. and Mrs. John Fair, Palmdale, Calif., were Thursday guests of Margaret Habiger. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McGow- an were Tuesday evening guests of Mrs. Alvin Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Charles and family, Solomon, Ken., were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Coyt Noble, Chris and Amy visited Isabel Noble Sunday and helped her celebrate her birthday. Jean Charles was a Monday evening guest. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson visited Marjorie Smith, Superi- or, Monday evening. Mrs. Robert Gunn entertained GMO Club Monday evening. Margarette Habiger and Mrs. Bentley Parker were additional guests. Jewell Local News Roberta Holdren Betty James pro- Jewell Thurs- grand- boy born to Susan Knittel, Manhat- His name is David He weighed nine three ounces and was 22 Eldon Williams celebration in evening. is a patient in the Beloit. mother of and Mary arrived from San Calif., to make her Bill went to California to Hays, visited her this week- and Mrs. Clede Blacker residents at the Long in Mankato. Robinson, Beloit, was '.evening visitor in the mother, Wanda and He also visited his Ruby Dudley. has returned to after the past a Saline hospital. She the Corn Show. ' production Nov. 13 will be performing "Fame" as this play. "Fame" ;chool for Per- West 46th Street, City. play are try- professionals, Would be Broadway Throughout "Fame," pass through many road to success. include Billi Eric Bour- Griffeth, Kory Nulty, Erin Mahin, Katie Thomas, Ivy Kate Boden, Scott Amanda Jeremy Curtis Ritz director, as ' Lola Abram and U be in the Jewell If the players are still in ;performance will Saturday, Nov. will be hay- before the perfor- 5:30-7. m next week's pa- Her son, Larry, brought her home Saturday. JoAnn W il son was transferred to a Wichita hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Roop are moving to Missouri. Lily Mallory remains a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital. Charles and Bonnie Thomp- son, Colorado, had returned to their home last week when they received word of the death of her mother, Maxine Kissinger. Ser- vices were Friday morning. Katie Elkins, three-year-old daughter of Steve and Debbie Elkins, Wichita, celebrated her birthday wifla a potluck dinner at the American Legion Hall in Jewell last Sunday. Attending were Bud and Jean Boden, Bud and Kay Elkins, Joel Elkins, Trevor, Trenton and Taylar, Shena Coison, Zack, Josie and Gavin; Shane Elkins and Jennifer McDonald, Marlene Kiefer and Melissa, Agenda; Karen Boden, Terri and Jason, Max, Susan and Cody Flinn, Steve, Dehbie and Ashley Elkins and the honored guest. Ghosts and gobblins were making the rounds Saturday de- spite the dreary, wet weather. USD 279 1st nine weeks honor roll High School Superintendent's A's Seniors: Sam Bowles, Melissa Nulty. Juniors: Scott Boden, Brent McCollough. Freshmen: Erika Barrett, Matt Mahin, Jaci Novak. Prlndpal's A's and B's Seniors: Jason Arasmi Chad Griffeth, Billi Loomis, Jimmy Mak. Juniors: Brian Arasmith, Josh Burks, Melissa Jackson, Jason Johnson, Chris Kibbe, Jarod Long, Jeremy Moore, Ky Oplinger. Sophomores: Terri Boden, Amanda Knm'r, Keisha Thomas. Freshmen: Ivy Howland, Julie Jeer g, Katie Scheef. Ra;'all Middle School Superintendent's A's Eighth Grade: Holly Kadel, Katrina Matter, Lesley McCollough, Melanie Nulty, Clay Patterson. Seventh Grade: Kirsten Barrett, Jessie Simmelink. Sixth Grade: Kris Cady, Nathan Greene, Brad Howland" Kara Kibbe, Monica Nulty, Luke Oplinger, Rachel Schwerman. Principal's A's and B's Eighth Grade: Megan Coco, Sarah Griffeth, Harley Jackson, Lee McMillan, Chad Ramsey. Seventh Grade: Jackie Corm, Travis CAdy, Amanda Waterman, Levi Taylor, Julie Scheef, Shane Meier, Tara Mahin. Sixth Grade: Jason Boden, Meita Ford, Megan Peters. SALE Sunday, Nov. 8 1:30 p.m. Red Cloud Livestock Auction, Inc. Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970 Selling all clams of tack and equlpmenL ;..Horses sell In the order they are unloaded. To consign early, call: and Linda Montgomery (402) 257.2335 Cloud Livestock Auction 746.2622 (404j 746-3823 i: I .: :i:: It was a great day to be a youngster and the second and third grade classes of the dewell Elementary School visited the Depot Market near Courtland. The youngsters experienced the sweet scent of ripe apples as they learned about pruning, picking, sorting and bagging apples. They also watched apple cider being bottled inside the century old depot. Each young received an apple and pumpkin from the orchard and truck garden. " lonia Local News A potluck meal followed with a community club meeting. The Youth Fellowship met with Pastor Frances Rathbun in Jewell Sunday evening. By Janice Henningsen Bessie Hansen, Kermewick, Waldo Wilson. Wash., has visited the past week Steve and Annette Roth and withhersister, Mary VanWey, at daughters were weekend guests her farm home. Mrs, VanWey of LyleandWanettaWright.Carl celebrated her 83rd birthday Fri- and Pare Suter and Molly joined day with her family, them for supper Saturday. Tom and Margueritte Miles Grandma, daughters and grand- attended the Glen Elder UMW daughters went trick and treat- soup supper and Mission Study ing. Pare and Molly were also Tom and Bey Porter and Jay Schmidt, Winnie Wilson and Wierenga visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miles Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Bohnert and Damon, and Mr. and Mrs. Munroe Little attended the Peter and Paul Catholic Church supper in Cawker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boden and family, Bud Bodens, Swede Bergrnans, Mary Wednesday evening. Kenneth Currie, Stockton, gave a presen- tation of his trip to Japan Tom Whoolery arrived Thurs- day of this week to be with his family, Cynthia and sons. He sold the Connecticut house and was able to join his family in Kansas. Roger and Arrilla Fedde were weekend visitors of the Whoolerys. Sharon Snook and grandson, Cory, Washington, visited Buford and Fern Tucker the past week. They bought a house in Beloit and Mrs. Snook and Cory moved in this weekend. Cory is going to school in Beloit. Everyone has been working on the house. Pearl and Richard Kiers, Sunday dinner guests. VanWey and Bessie Hansen also Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hermingsen attended ...... attended a +Gideon training in Hays Saturday. They visited with Russ and Sandra Henningsen in the afternoon. Frances Rathbun and Margueritte Miles attended the Downs UMW'Mission Study and luncheon Wednesday. Nancy Harzman presented the lesson, "Women in Solidarity in the Church." Several ladies assisted Nancy with readings. UMW groups represented were Rose Valley, Hunter, Cawker, Glen Elder, United Church, Downs and Ionia. Norm Hoff was a visitor of Buford and Fern Tucker Satur- Concordia, were dinner and af- day evening. temoon guests of Don and Ruby Pat and Sue Shea and family Sutton Sunday. Guests during the were honored with a food shower week were Connie and Jennifer Wednesday at the schoolhouse. G MIqR Iotmm8 AlntoomTioN oF d-- PROFESSIONAL ik INSURANCE I AGENTS ANtS octrr o/tSUltANC O/41UV "Service is our Policy" Rodgers &Associates Insurance. Dianne McCutcheon, Agent 913-543-6481 - Phillipsburg, Ken 800-677-0118 r N.A.L.L+J The National Association of Life Underwritem+ Thursday supper guests of Lyle and Wanetta Wright were their niece, Patty Satura and Demonic and her father, Vile Michaels. Several are planning to attend the bazaar and auction at the Dis- patch Church Friday. All-Saints Sunday was ob- served in our Parish Churches Sunday. i RENT SOFT wATER Fo O e Month $6.90 ! per month 'rl" I We own it. ,11,.' I We service it. "lmj_/7 You forget ill /'/.1 Installation Extra "P"I Limited offer! Call 1-800-544-9092 EXPIRES 11-15-92 THE FUTURE CALLS FOR We Will Beef Or Hogs .Hickory Smoked Meat .Old Fashioned Canned Beef, Pork or Chicken (Yours or Ours) For Information Call Harvard Locker - Harvard, Neb. 402-772-2351 i iii,im,i,m m Thursday, November 5, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B 192-04-0-00-00-006.000, judgment lien-$121.77, owners- Nettie B. Grimes, Gordon Grimes, guardian of theperson and estate of Nettie B. Grimes, Gordon Grimes, No bid; 036-23 -0-00-00- By RuthHoldren was in st. Joseph l-iosptal, 003,000,judgmentlien,$149.72, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Michael, Concordia, until transferred by Denver, and Inez Flynn, The ambulance to St. Luke's Hospital owners-Warren H. Hastriter and Dalles, Ore., left early Saturday in Kansas City mid-week. Georgeanna B. I-Iastriter, buyer- for their homes after a week's Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell, Lauren and Keith Roe, Superior, visit with Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne St. Johns, were weekend visitors $1; 143-05-0-10-09-003.000, judgment lien-$108.15, owners- Haegert and other friends and ofMrs.Rnssell'smother, Maxine Benjamin F. Shively, Jr., buyer- relatives. Vile Michael and Patti Dempsey. SeguraandDom, Denver, leftfor Richard Gardner took his Sam and Brenda Eakins, Burr home Friday. They were here to mother, Cecile Gardner, toSupe- Oak, $550; 179-32-0-10-25- help Icel Haegert celebrate her rior Monday for her doctor's ap- 005.000, judgment lien-$70.15, birthday, pointment, owners-Josephine Loomis, No Mr. and Mrs. Les Hughes, A few little ghosties and gob- bid; Aaron and Angie hosted a supper lins braved the rainy weather Sat- 179-32-0-10-24-006.000, judgment 1ien-$77.32, owners-J. Tuesday to celebrate Icel urday evening for "trick or treat." A. Poppen, deceased and heirs, Haegert's birthday. Guests in- Unoffell ElsieM.Poppen, MayoJ.Poppen, cluded Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haegert, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jewell County CherylG.Orndorff;buyer-Doyle Alcom, Mankato, $10; 064-17- Michael, Mr. Vile Michael, Patti Segura and Dom, Inez Flynn and Tax SRle Results 00-00-006.000, judgment lien- $74.31, owners-John F. Conrad Ron Michaels, Seneca. Mrs. An unofficial report of prop- and George Babb, buyer-Laverna Haegert was happy to have all her erties owned by Jewell County Mizner. Mankato, $45; 064-.17- family with the exception of a and sold at the tax sale is as fol- O-00-00-004.000,jadgmentlien- granddaughter, Michele, together, lows: $68.70, owners-George L. Recent callers to see Cecile 076-2302011001-000, Shelly Bratton, buyer-Laverna Mizner, Gardner have included Agnes R. Harris, Burr Oak, $1; 076- Mankato, $40; 064-17-0-00-00- Cusic, Maxine Dempsey and 2302011002-000, Shelly R. Her- 005.000, judgment lien-$74.31, Mary Jane Isaacson, Courtland. ris, Burr Oak, 41; 075- owners- Norman S. Field, de- Pearl Rightmeier was admit- 2201008002-000, Clayton E. ceased and heirs, John F. Conrad, ted to Brodstone Memorial Nu- Walker Trust No. 1, Burr Oak, buyer-LavernaMizner, Mankato, ckolls County Hospital, Superior, $825; 115-2101013010-000, $40; Monday and transferred to Frank M.-Gloria J. Guzik, 115-21-0-10-12-005.000, Wesley Hospital in Wichita by Formoso, $1; 115-2101020001- judgment lien-$99.84, owners- ambulance Wednesday for treat- 000, Charles R. Logan, Formoso, Formoso Elevator Grain Com- ment of a heart raiment. $10; 105-2202006006-O00, No panyofFormosoFormosoGrain, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schroder, Bid; 135-1601010003-000, No Inc. J-R Grain Co Formoso E1- Camby, Ore., were Wednesday Bid; 221-0104002004-000, No evator Grain Company, buyer, visitors of Helen Oelkers. Bid; 019-3004004001-000,Mar- City of Formoso, $5; 199--30-0- Mr. and Mrs. Walt Holdren lin D. and Ruby R. Burge, 30-45-004.000, judgment lien- were Friday evening callers to Webber, $1; 064-1804001002- $106.03, owners-Robert T. see Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holdren. 000, Marlin D. and Ruby R. French and Isaphene French, Maxine Dempsey took Burge, Webber, $1; 221- buyer-Henry and Kim Pierce, Madeline Sills to the Golden 0104017002-000,JewellCounty, Jewell, $1; 199-31-020-07- Years potluck dinner at the No Bid. 002.000,judgment 1ien-$361.06, Mankato Senior Center Friday. Other properties sold are as owners-Claude and Judith Bruce Howland, Courtland, follows: Studdard, buyer-Larry and Sarah Jewell youth 101-12-0-00-00-004.000, Cady, Jewell, $5; 135-22-0-20- judgment lien-$65.23, owners- 17-008.000, judgment lien- group attends The White Rock Old Settlers' Re- $149.75, owners-Marie Speer union Association, buyer-Rich- Bishop, a/k/aMariaSpeerBishop, Saltna retreat ard and Lindel Barry, Webber, a/k/a Marie Speer Joyner, a/k/a $700; 106-13-0-00-00-003.000, Maarie B. Joyner, a/k/a Marie . The Jr.-Sr. High Youth Group judgment 1ien-$265.21, owners- Speer Bishop Joyner, a/k/a Maria from the Jewell Christian Church attendedaretreatthisweekendin The White Rock Old Settlers Re- B. Joyner, a/k/a Marie Speer unionAssociation, acorporation, Joiner, a/k/a Maria B. Joiner; S. Saline. Guest speakers were buyer-RichardandLindelBarry, W. Joyner, a/k/a S. W. Joiner; Hiram and Marcy Cassel. Hiram $2,000; 105-22-0-20-0600L000, buyer-Dennis M. and Marie A. is a professor at the Manhattan judgment lien-S81.50, owners- Basart, Mankato, $1; 135-16-0- Christian Bible College. The Marion G. Jungck, Sharon J. 10-02-002.000, judgment lien- Cassels travel and give seminars Jungck, EdwardJ.Jungck, Phyllis $70.91,owners-P.M.Wickstrum, to youth groups regarding rela- j. Jungck; nuyer-Wayne and a/k/a O. M. Wickstrum, buyer- tionships. Following the meeting the Charline Snyder, Formoso, $10; Jewell County, no bid. group went swimming, played games and had a pizza party. Personalized The 17 members attending were Josh Bowles, David and Todd Robineth Brent and Lisa Limestone Rocks Sievert, Becky Mallory, Katie Scheef, Jami Gallimore, Jessie Simmelink, Megan Coo, Phillip Curry, JasonFot, Dale Wrigl .... II, Ron Mallory, Lee McMillan, Kevin Thompson and Kate Pittaway. Sponsors were the Rev. Gil- bert and Barb Forrest, Pat and Clark Coco and Lesa Wright. Large Selection of Soft recoil gives you smooth, AMMU N IT ION BAR Automatic Rifle accurate follow-up shots. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. NOV. 5 THROUGH NOV 14 OPEN Saturday, Nov. 7 at 6 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 8, 11 to 5 p.m. OVER 1200 GUNS IN STOCK--WE TRADE SHOTGUNS, RIFLES, SCOPES, KNIVES, ARCHERY, HUNTING CLOTHING, RELOADING COMP., GUNSMITHING Bedlan's Sporting Goods "THE SPORTSMAN'S HEADQUARTERS" Just of Highway 136 on "E" Street, Fairbury, Neb. 402-729-6112 DAY SALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nov. 5, 6 and 7 EPIC ALL SEASON STEEL RADIAL 45,000 Mile Tmltdweib" Wltmmty Steel Belts for Exlm 8trenoth Advanced Block Tread Design Smooth. Qu Highway Ride Excellent All Weather Traction Sulrlor HIIrln0 Cltk P155/80R13 47.65 31.70 P155/80R13 48.80 36.86 P176/80R13 51.75 311.78 P185/80R13 52.30 30.18 P18S/TSR14 55.90 41.80 P195/75R14 5(I.95 42.60 P205/75R14 61.90 4.28 P215/75R14 85.05 41.11@ P205/75R15 62.70 48.110 P215/TSR15 67.00 48.11 P225/75R15 611.95 111.4@ P235/75R15 73.48 14.rs O0 to 1:30 'O T DOG5 " ; 1FIDAY oNLY ,uRSDP'X RADIAL XRT ALL POSITION LIGHT TRUCK LT215/85R16 8 78.,15 LT235/85R16 10 SS,25 LT226/75Rle 8 76.0 LT24,,K/75R18 10 94.20 8.75R1S.5 8 8S.46 9.50R16.5 8 93.80 INC. 212 N Commercial Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4771