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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, Novsmber 6, 2003 " SHS to host Veterans basketball game in Hastings Saturday night. On Sunday, Lola' s granddaugh- 8y Carol Lowe y remembrance ter, Erin Pallas, Lincoln,Neb., arrived. She returned home on Monday. .... ' the Book of'Joshua Superior High School will be host- . _ The Octbe rb'mhda--ypartywasn . m Kenneth and Helen Buckles were ing its annual Veterans Day remem- Alfred and Janell Hanson took his at me nemor t,enter, lnerc were ntne inHastin an-in the evenin an" the" brahe, Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the high mother, Pauline, out for lunch at a birthdays celebrated The room was ....mm. g o y school gym. All veterans and their Superior cafe. On Sunday, Pauline s J ." ...... ' ,... VI$1~ r.ana uoenng. aecorateamrrtauoween. 1 neprogram v ..... n,4 l:l,~ttw tr~ .... Vie;t~,d families along with community mem- other son, Dick, of Superior, came for or me atternoon were me atsmrs, l'X nhadhi, r, bets are invited to attend. Refresh-the day. They attended church services Fnoay, ..... a rimloween party was heio .................... lacement sur ...... v ---- meats will be served in the high school and had dinner at an Oak cafe. " v p gery. at the Semor Center. Se eral dressed ...... n "- library following the ceremony. The Donna Gillan and Drew went out " i ...... uettyt:orman suncte, uo anarwa tor me occas on. they lmtenea to a ,,, L "rand" " " v'si-edwith" - Superior High School Honor Society fordinnerSunday.Later, TerriOItmans . e.. ,, W ..,_ , .-i... .-, Kener, Ll lSlanO, i t tletty tapeOIMallO een~tonesotuaysLtofle an,4Vemrm will conduct the event, stopped on her way home from By. Hannah aschmann brought herM*,'-, All,',' c',',rman s,, nt s-v,-'*t Hutchinson, after being in Louisville, W "~3 ~ ,,.,..v p. ,,, ..,~IIIIIII I I doll to she the group and celebrate a .... ;. ~,.P...a. v;o;..., h.. r..,.... Ky., with her son, Josh, who received h'~r 12'h birtha'" --' .................. " ............ Oak his National FFA degree. Jimmie !., w,l~t ~,.m jr I " " j ". John Coy e, who was m the hospital. ante, Spurhng attended a ............... By Phyllis Scllmitt Drexel and Uyvonne Knehans were -- -'W t ....... Me 115 nOW In renao at lllllCr~st In managers orKsnoprormelimeKw- u,,c,,.,~k Sbe~al,~do|t~dharma, ha~. movie and refreshment guests in ers Aoenc,, on A.;.., o, --.-'---'-" ,-,o-' --.'--. -'-- -.,,,-,.-, A 'inf rm""P''='y" .... AIiceCoyle. First r,2ommunity Church Steve Donna's home that evening. at thai weamer aware---he B '" w v . _ A bridal shower was held at the etrme as an o erm nt Matthews, pastor. Thursday: 7 p.m. hess program wdl he presented at the ........ er .............. g " Daven,~"C ...... ;,, r,.,,,,.. 'rh,,- guest m n oromer, walt t.ange or ehur~h board meeting change to to- First Community Church Sunday af- v-- .............. s..,,--,., .,,,,,." nlue~.~no~ ternoon to honor Monette Morrow, day, Nov 13 at 8 p m The public is ,., -"P? ~,,;, ..... hi,at. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sunday school; bride-to-be of Cass Corman :_. :._.~ " " " utmslts ot t~ola limes nave t~.n 10 a.m., worship service; 7 p.m., Prayer Phyllis Schmitt accompanied Ron i" :vin and Margie Most,a" met M a YtonL t in, i ,wg:nt tgdmNa l an' and Praise Tuesday, 7 p.m., After Five and Lois Lewis to Hebron for the tar- Margie ssister, FemPenn~,I-lastin~, . . ~. . they.. . u an.ate Club, rememberyourfilledbasketsfor key dinner served at the Sacred Heart . watch ~nant Met;ann pray ZOOtbal! Catholic Church. whowascelebratmgher80thbt visit no,,,, .... the Silent Auction. at Geneva Other relatives attending .'Y'. 7" "-: X:":'T"7. ........Anders and Andrew, grandson and Gerry Peterson was a weekend guest were from Carleton," Hastings," Hebron, hnstenNolaanOBatet.;nnstolmer ........ Met:ann. great-grandson, of Donna Gillan, spent of her daughter, Sondra Peterson, Lin- v s art, noes a family gain- Monday and Tuesday afternoons with coin, Neb., and Tracy Murray. Da ,aport, Grand Island and Qmaha. erin-atthehomeofhexbrother Stanle,, her. Sadie Simonton stayed veraldays .*..'. .... ' . atlo thane ~ammg. J kie Cox and Verla Snyderwere L N VB ac wtth her son, Dean and LaDonna ............... imo-t-,n c,,,,,.,k=, t,eKoy was nat me mmmrtune to coffee guests of Phyllis Schmitt. Last " Rich"~'(Ja"ndvW~ad M si -- fall and break his knee. Tuesday morning, Pastor Steve " Max ntdSueV .... va t.t.er..a9a Kerry and Brenda Mersch of South Matthews and Dixie Drohman were district fil funeral for ' eratt-ena'eat Pasadena, Calif., Sue Wegner, Fort coffeeguests.Dixieremainedasadin- Luthe Church mttn at 2/t.l.,uge.s. WoRK Texas, met Kerry and Sue's her guest of her mother. That evening, ...... ~l~merson, wlmounal sisiers, Deloris DeVore and Ruth Wall Phyllis attended the Good Samaritan at r'enaer, r eD. LaCK was a cousm el in Stria-, for dinner on a recent Sun ig wins Tuesday night advanced Rex Van Skiver. Dick and his wife, do" - Advisory Board meeting in Nelson. Billie, recently had moved to Battle ........... Donna Gillan accompanied Cheryl the Lawrence-Nelson volleyball team Lake M;n w Kev a guests el ano vernnJensen and sons to Superior. That to the district finals which will be to- , I n " w G "" n ........ Moster ere Sue s uncle, D.J. evening, Donna attended the commu- night (Thursday). San Dar~ez~0? ~e:ettv:~inls'nTai~ McCubbin and her mother, Sue nity meeting at the Nelson Good Sa- The Raiders' team will face Exeter- ~. , . ~g , ,,. g Ke an~ MCubbin of Paris, Ark. Sue will be maritan Center. . Milligan. ue eni v n:rr t rw ...... visitingin this area for a time and the Gary James, Nora, was a supper In the first round of districts, the sy ntthew .no.ts.at!e.namg D J McCubbins returned home on guestofChetandFernMarrincelebra- Lawrence-Nelson team aggressively , pe eeKeno wtm nts par- ,l'oncla,, tion of his birthday served and played at the net to post a eats, Richard and Mary Alice Certain "" ~" Ki ...... ............. " antrtey m is home trom me nos-Pauline Hanson and Zelda Schuster big win over Axtell winning in two sets ra~Et~d~n~ MI~.I ~ters a.na-~na~tf oral after having knee replacement visited the woodworking shop of 15-13 and 15-3. For the night theteam g , nag t ant u aKe sur,,,-',, served 97 percent. Avers, Oklahoma City, were long ClarenceDove,Webber.Theyhaddin- , Sunday Hannah Maschmann in- her at Superior and visited in Zelda's Serving honors went to Amanda weekend guests of Din'el s mother, v;tea ""v*ral " "- ", ~,."~";,"r .... Watson who was 17 of 17 with 6 aces Alice n h ........ s ..... ~ .....s,, home. l)on n ......... roller skating for her 12th birthday. Phyllis Schmitt and Margaret Wil- and 14 points. Jamie Gebers was 8 of 9 mother Mahe? qaantlsarisen vtstt nts The guests were April Maschmann, Imams ate dinner out in Hebron and with three aces and five points. Kim Samari He- at the tJooa Deshler, Amy Hinds, Don and Dixie visited in Margaret's home. Faimon was 9 of 9 with seven points. .. _,,~nm:r~e son... . Heinrichs, herparents, GlenandMarla Donna Gillan joined the others at KimFaimonset47of48andhad 17 rtaunanMascnmanncetet rateoner M hmann " i - r Be-s 12thbi "" n ........ as, , her s ste, t y. the Legion Club forcoffee. OnFriday, assists. ryrmayo! .Oct. 3.1 bygomgmcK Marilyn Keim attended the open she went with Cheryl Jensen and sons Inthespikingcolumn,JennyMenke or treating aria men having a party "ous at Ed " " "vere- " was 29 of 31 and I 1 kills. Gebers made Those a --in -- - n gar nononng tt antto Grand Island. . avmnm g .we.re ne.r gt mopar- Marlene Claycamp, Saturday after- Thursday evening, PhyllisSchmitt 18ofl9andsevenkills.StacyStempter eats, ton aria utxm rtetnncns, ncr noon The Cla'caih-s were celebrat accompanied Gerry Peterson towas9ofl I withfourkillsKimFaimon (grandfather came as Willie Nelson), "n 77 .... y'.'y.::v - t g metraum weoomg anniversary. Lawrence for the football playoffgame made 10 of 1 t attempted digs and Carl and Darlene Fiagle, Sherry, againstThayerCentral.Theyhadham- Gebers 6of7. Tabitha, Josiah and Noah Bmger, i., ,. burgers and chili soup at the Legion TheRaidersalsodefeatedKenesaw Deanna Maschmann and April, Amy I:$OWllng Club afterwards, in two sets, 15-7 and 15-8. Great net Hinds, Trevor, Ryan and Sarah, her "" Friday afternoon coffee guests of play kept Kenesaw on the defensive parents, Glen and Maria Maschmann ..... Phyllis Schmitt were Pauline Hanson throughout the night The winners and andherbrotlmr, Calebandsister, Betsy,t.muw.m League . a hitting and serving average of 91 W L and Connie Ficken. Tabitlm Burger was an overnight guest Tuck r's .... April Luben, James Luben, and percent. ... _ . " ............................. zJ l/ Faimon took scoring honors going uwem Jolmson was in the hospital Bradshaw Ins 22 18 friend, Michelle, were weekend guests from W Ineaday until Friday. Price's ..................... 22 18 of Gary Luben. The executive board for the Dclkas'G' e'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii20 20 TheOakCommunityheldahunter's WELCA from the Christ Lutheran Chief Electric .................... 19 21 breakfast at the Oak Community cen- haLI,IJM=I,E It their r mlar m ting. Jensby Trucking ............ ... 1426 ter on Saturday and Sunday mornings. mam_I I~votl lunch. High tearngame: Price s,737; high The Oak Community Church held a Health Insurance m=mt .mamma met her daughter, seriesgarae:ChiefElectric,2,097;High be0efit bake sale at the same time to Cost Effective Fi icapg :JensbyTrucking,957; benefit Gaylen and Jackie Cox, after the loss of their house and possessions Affordable lil h haildic seneS Jensby Truck- following an explosion. ins, 2,678. For The Self-Employed ~ ~holtor band High game: Jenn Eitzmann, 214; Donna Giilan and grandsons, high series: Mary Reiter, 541; high Anders and Andrew, were among those handicap game; Jenn Eitzmann, 232; WatLmlgdhcmmttmelkmdtO Play with theofgroup.Willard 620.High. handicap series, Jenn Eitzmann, Am lliad und Mil aad Natalie, Edmond, Okla. and Ns gm l .enz and two friends, Hadm lows. Bib Study met with Annie Ficken with four women stranding. Deioris Van Skiver had the lesson taken from Insurance, Inc. [ Tax Service is offering the following types I of insurance to take care of I 454N. Bloom Street your health and life insurance | needs. I P.O. Box 424 * Nursing Home Insurance | upefior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4764 - Medicare Supplement Plans ] mrbkkeeping@hotmail.com . Major Medical Health Plans | , Life Insurance I Gary A. Ward IMarily Peters ~ TO help with any of the above l n on 402-879"4077 | Because of the Courthouse closed on Nov. 11 for Veterans Day, the Drivers License Examiner will not be in Nelson on that Tuesday. Vicki Ensign, Nuckolls County Treasurer If you are not receiving The Superior Express each.week, you are missing the news, features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. qhe StOerior t Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices. PO Box 408 Superior, Nk,,b 65978 402-879-3291 One Year in Nebruka L~0 O~Yl~twinKlms~t~l.26 (Kans~ ~ Indudle 11.~ tax) One Year In Oth~ Stat~ faS or 111E. Main Manlmto, Kan, 66956 ~ 785-378-3191 r iI |IDa am mu |l m |ml|llllll| | iil|mla|mm am a~ I I I I Inam: ....... I I attending the hunter' s breakfast in Oak Saturday morning. Don and Lola Biltoft attended the Hastings College - Peru State women's Nebraska Italian Charms in stock at 145 W. Fifth Superior, Neb. Many new Italian bracelets and charms to select flora in ?r catalog! GREAT GETS,. FAST SERVICE Taking orders for:. Mothers 12 days of Christmas K-State bracelets and watches (KSU licensed) Linda Ayers 785-361-2023 Visit our table at the Itty Bitty Craft Show, Saturday, Nov. 15, Elks Lodge, 2-30 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 68978 Over the past year we have had the privilage of serving the families of many veterans. In memory of their lives and their service, we recall... Carol Eugene Shuck Clifford T. Young Max Dillman Sloane Joseph (Joe) Marshall Schaaf Vernon Grummert John Follmer Lowety Virgil L Michels Allen S. Harriger John F. Geiswinkler Willard Lee McCutcheon Pleasant Ben Woerner Fred Comer Clarence J. Simmons, Jr. Clarence R. Wilton Larry Dale McCord Worthy Tomlinson Ralph Eugene Springer Dennis A. Lipker ..... HOMES FUNERAL Su and Nelson, Neb. - struction, assistance eases pmn the family ered in a facility, (Continued from Page 1) larly, bringing favorite music or food given to making the e Hospicebringsthiscaringteamright and by providing as much hands-on care planning as to' the patient's home, be it a house, supportasiscomfortable, such as feed- possible, as well as al artment, nursin home, assisted iiv- ing, bathing, reading ?avorite books or to staff members. ing setting or residential hospice, just being present. The focus is on Family naembersareencouragedto When care is delivered in the managing symptoms, participate in the care by visiting regu- patient's home, hospice provides in- fort and dignity for the patients file. . One patient descril~ Nora Helen Gebers way. Hospice has secret into a living print Houseguests of Don and Helen . truly importan, t is life Gebers Friday until Monday were Ken Mike and Laura Folkerts, Kyleeneand f~stPly~me~t'ng~a~l~Y; andDonnettaSmith Tw:nP"- ~a.t... Alexis, Great Bend, Tim and Tammy g" Y, . .: .... , , a,p.,~ua.u: c,,,, .... ~..,, ~A ...... a ~,A~,-i ,.,a hospice, an idea whose, u UnanaYta V .n;er g uaest ..we.. ^Ken-..a .'d J"~re~m'";'an"~l"~/~"~k~e' ~ag'ne=r 'a d and just in time for ree;' ,1 Keegan,Nelson, attendedtheStutzman Meyer calls it a lu ..ot~_. ta 1, unit-rig; l~Ut..lk, INU[III~li igllLI ~. ~ . ,,.,,,- . .~ . The. hnenir,o team IOllOm RosellaLunz .... A., .... .. ramuy gatnenng at rwutoro 3unaay. - ....... v ....... _ .,m-,,,..vnn,~.,n.~.anu i 1~ 1 s alter ut~ L nch Pat ly or 3 month I Karen Thayer, Brenda y , nes Lunzmann, Byron, Theresa Pe- Ehlers and Dawn Miller attended the death for bereavement c~_.- ters, Superior, Steve and Diane Gebers ...... Me ....... h LiedCentermaybemadetosuppottgt~ a d - pray r,~ss r~ate at[ e . n Jamte, and Tom, Kim, Seth, Brette ......... courts,hag or other re# and Reese Geho- ..... m Lmcom unoay a ternoon. . ,._, ..,,,.o. u,.,.,.,va .... , . ~ oBSl Atf,~a ..a ~o ~.... ~ ..... .t Lance Wflhams and Katte O Nefll, Meyer s Pet's ............ s ....... ~ .... ,, ..... What I trul want to~ Don and H,'~,'- c:,,r,,.~ .,,...,a,,.t ,, .,,..a Blair, students at North West Mtssoun Y ... _.~ ,.,-,, -.,,,~,o =,t~.u~u a ~mu . " ' amlll~ nart~atth,~h .... ~r~o u~ ar~.,,,~State, Maryvtlle, Me., were weekend panents and their f . t" ." .v .-..,,.,,,...,.~.ai=...,l=ouuuL~um=a " Ulrl~ t. .... guests of Roger and Sue Wllhams httle pleasures, gen ..,-, """R"ov and Barb" e ...... ,r.._. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer spent passion, attentiveness,~ .y O.tO, t.~tLIL6111adll~ l. Uii~ bill , r andCoriBennettand.-h;m.'-.,- W;--~-:.,- the weekend m Grand Island attending remembrances, sta ff . " '""" encoura ement I wanttOW . "~" the 24th annual fall conference of g " ands vances tn Catholic Renewal at Grand Island Cen- ference,for the patient v tral Catholic High School. others, Meyer said. , .Friday and Sunday afternoon lrvin "People ask me how 1 12 of 12 for l0 points. Emily Schroer P q'aylor and Lakin Lynch Kansas especially important, I ' " he c~ o,s w., ,,x W.nos y to me,, . ther, Jerry Lynch, and Meyer likes to speaka~ Faimon set40of40and assists w~th Rrandh~other, Melba Lynch. and share her story, l.~t2 14. - Rhea Thomsen andMelba Lynchpreceding informa.tion Menke spiked 17 of 18 tries and accompanied Pat Jones to Grand Is- sisofaLentenservlce~e~'~ made7 kills. Gebers was 11 of 12 with land Thursday members at the Sale ~ six kills. Marvin and Mary Camker, Har- Church. November is bl# Menke made 5 of 5 solo ace blocks, yard, visited Cleo and Ruth Thayer last pice month. Watson made 9 of 9 digs and Monday morning. S " "" tempter 8 of 9. Alfred, Mary Ann and Julie Meyer The Raiders enter the district finals visited Sunday afternoon with Alvin You can say "I love you with an 18 of 6 season record, and Edna Eple-y. time to listen." j WE WILL BE / l" CLOSED t l TUE:~DAY, Nov. 11 ~.j~ ( The Commercial Bank CentO, Nelson, Neb. .all:..alSuperior, ' Farmers and Merchants Bank upefior and Lawrence, Neb. _.. I Home Federal Superior, Nob. LJ '' r~,~o,~ Equal Opportunity grnpIOya~ O O As an expression of our ap would like to give you a personalgift, a 10 X 13-inch decorator wall portrait. graphs will be taken: , ay an, Call Home Federal at 402-879-4757 for details and set up your appointment. to Savings and Loan Associc ion of Nebraske 454 N, Central Superior, Neb. * 402-879-4757