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o: :o .....6B ==.'~--=THESUPERIOR[ EXPRE~ Thu~y. November ]0. 19as Lincoln they visited in the homenesday afternoon visitor. Shurigar and family. They Vernon Molder Friday morn- Community Dinner Theater at in the Kottmeyer home !I Oli Hill Local News i1 and Mrs. Bob Seh- Callers thepastweekatthe returnedhomeSunday.vening. " melding and daughters, home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mr. and Mrs. Louie U astorand Mrs. Gene Little, Hubbell Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. meyer, Fairmont. Ve Enroutehome they called at the Hasemeyer, jr., and family Hasomeyer, jr., and family Scott anti Sean attended the Meyer and Julie visited Nelli0 visitors were Mr. and !~ _ . ~ , :. : _. Cool home and all returned to were Mrs. Vernon Molder, Mrs. caned on Mary Hasemeyer and Formoso Community Church Dillon, Ruskin. Sholtz, Guide Rock. their homes Wednesday David Strickland, Michael and Velma Horstman the past week. Thanksgiving dinner Friday Tom Gebers,~ Lincoln, was 4~y Mrs. Louis Hasemeyer, Jr. Schuster, Mrs. Kenneth evening. Julie, Mrs. Gene Little, Scott Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster, and later visited in the home of home for the weekend with his Monday eveningof , The Bible Study Ladies met at Schuster, Kelli, Matthew and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and and Sean, Kenneth Schuster, Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Kelli, Pastor and Mrs. Jim German parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don dinner guests the home of Mrs. Douglas Meggin and Brenda Frasier left Bertha Bishop had dinner Mrs. Robert Hillman and Mrs. Matthew and Meggln, Brenda-and family. Gebers, and Dave. Other wereMr.and! Boyles Monday and with Connie by plane for Bolse, Idahu, where together at a Superior cats John Rngers, Eric and Travis. Frasier and Mr. and Mrs. clyde Mrs. Vernon Mohler called on Sunday .dinner~ guests were Redlands, Calif., Peterson, Superior, Wedm~day Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schuster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt went Schuster were Tuesday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews and Steve and Dia.ne Gebers. Long Beach, Calif., mrnior~l~v- Uill Ladies Aid m-t met them and they all returned Della Roe, Janet Levendofsky to Red Cloud Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Billy Monday and Saturday. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Jenny. The O: ,~ ,, . . . e to Nampa where they visited a and Mr. and Mrs. Howard and visited at thehomes of Irma Dempaey at a cafe in Nampa, Saturday evening visitors of Gebers went to Hubbell to at- Thursday afternoon at the home m Mrs. harry week in their home. Saturday, Millen, Belleville, were Sunday Bean and Eva Kugler. Eva was Idaho. The Dempseys are Mr. and Mrs. Molder were tend the Community Theatre Mrs. Bryce Whiteley, ] Blackstone Tuesday afternoon i Oct 29, Mr and Mrs. Clyde afternoon visitors of Mr. and recently dismissed from the former residents o/ the Men- Pastor and Mrs. Robert Albin; play. ~ were visitors of Mr. , with Mrs. Gene Little as Sci~uster w~e guests of honor Mrs. Bill Roe and Becky near Mary La~ning Hospital, trese and Mankato area. Cherri and Becki, Hastings, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer Earl Lanham All attA hostess. Guests were Sean Little ~, at an open house for their 50th Hardy. Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Molder, Mrs. Lyle Trautman, Trenton, were weekend guests of Mark ~Nora supper and bazaar! and Shahs and Krystsl Mc- wedding anniversary, hosted by Janice Hasemeyer ac- Mrs. Clare Schuster and Mr. Formoso, visited Mr. and Mrs. Levi and Nathan. and Eileen Kottmeyer, Kear- Nora United Methodist Cutcheon, .~ ney. Friday afternoon visitors basement. Mr. andMrs. Clare Schuster, their daughters and families at companiedtheSuperiorF.H.A, and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster L INs _ !l 'i h/andL I News the south Side Boulevard students and their teacher, went to Hastings Thursday ~,~ ----------- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, United Methodist Church, Sonia Schmidt, to Doniphan, where Mrs. Clare Schuster had : -- - -- . Kelli, Matthew and Meggin and Sumps with 170 attending. Mrs. Friday where they attended the a medical appointment. OC.~ WS " ~OC~I Brenda Frasier, were Tuesday, Clare Schuster and Mrs. F.H.A. District IV Convention. Rosemarie Hasemeyer called Oct. 25, supper guests of Mr. Kenneth Schuster helped other ~ Mr. and Mrs. Veron Stone at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. ~ - --- "- : ~and Mrs. William Cool, Tonya relatives with the serving. Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Clare Guy Ailington and Mr. and Mrs. y . Stile= Johnny Lanham and Troy, .and Jerry, McCOOl Junction. and Mrs. Richard Schuster, Schuster Friday evening. Raymond Johnson, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Harold HeRs Leonard and Mike Burton and By Highland Club Mr. and Mrs. Ivan ~re overnight g~ts of Mr. .a~d Mrs. Robert Brahmsteadt :~ and family, York, and Mr. and ,~Mrs. Kenneth Schuster and :Meggin were overnight guests :in the Cool home. Wednesday, Oct. 26, they went to Omaha where Mr. and Mrs. Clare Other guests for supper in the David and Randy and Sue Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Molder Wednesday afternoon, were weekend guests of Otto Cool home were Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Charli, Danny and were among other Superior Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimmlnau, and Henry Bunjes and visited Stun Green, Valerie and Ryan, Christy, Yakima, Wash., also residents whoattendedthePete Stanley, Susan and David with other relatives at Bird York. Mr. and Mrs. Clare attended the open house as did King Revival meetings at visited Sunday with Mr. and Oity, Kan. They returned home Schuster, Kelli and Matthew many former residents of this Hebron Monday, Tuesday and Mrs. Tony Kimminau near Monday evening. Schuster and~ Brenda Frasier community, who now live in the Wednesday evenings. Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nampa area, Kenneth Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Hyde, David Harvey, Blackshurg, Gebers were Sunday afternoon left Tuesday afternoon for York Dianna, Sheila and Terry, Va., and Steve Jennings, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Her- and was an, overnight guest in Superior, and Wilma Bieker Norfolk, Va., were Sunday man Fintel, Sutton. the Brahmsteadt home. Wed- and daughter, Colby, were nesday he and Mrs. Brahm- Saturday evening visitors of ste~t went to Lincoln where. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau, they met the Schusters and Stanley, Susan and David. Mrs. Brenda at the airport. While in Ralph Kimmivau was a Wed- The Computer Curriculum Committee of the Superior Public Schools is asking for in0ut from the public and would like the attached questionnaire used for this purpose. If you have additional comments, please feel free to attach a note. Your identity is not required but may be helpful. Computer education classes should be taught at Superior Public Schools. Computer education should be a part of the curriculum in Elementary School in Junior High in HtQh School Beginning Computer classes should be: a part of every child's education offered as an elective to those with a particular interest There is great value in learning to Program It is sufficient to only know how to operate ready-made programs (software). Do you have a child (children) in the Superior Public Schools PLEASE RETURN TO MR. before November 18th. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Yes No LIST, COMPUTER COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN overnight guests of Mr. and Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Robert Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bergen Buck and Wesley Woerner were Mrs. Tom Bargen, Julia were houseguests the past week and Brad and Mrs. Bargen's of their grandparents, Mr. and mother, Mrs. Gayle Towle, Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, and Murdock. Sunday afternoon Michelle while their mother, Mrs. Arnold Woerner, was hospitalized at the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital, Superior, and had surgery last Tuesday. She was dismissed from the hospital Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackstone Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dye, Aaron and Craig, Hebron. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, KeUi, Matthew and Meggin left Saturday morning for Kenesaw where they visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. David Shurigar, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Currier, Mr. and Mrs. Mike visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saathoff, Hebron. During an afternoon sight seeing ride they visited the Tom Bargens and to see their new home. The Saathoffs were supper guests later in the Eflert Bargen home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie An- derson went to Bruning Thursday afternoon to attend funeral services for Donna Lynn Elllson. Roseann Jones, Fairbury, was a Wednesday afternoon of last week visitor of Mrs. Max Lanlmm. Richard MeConneU of the Christian Record of the Braile Foundation, Lincoln, stayed overnight last week with Mr. and Mrs. Lanham while working in this area. The following will be sold to the highest bidder at public suction, at the CJtF Auditorium in Superior, Neb., starting at 1:00 p.m., on t Household Items Wooden bed, complete 2 4-drawer chests of drawers Maytafl automatic washer, avocado, Dresser with mirror 3 years old Hoover sweeper Maytag electric clothes dryer, 2 Metal cupboards avocado, 3 years old Chrome drop-leaf dinette table Montgomery Ward upright deep freeze Hotpoint double-door refrigerator. frost free Hardwick 30-inch electric range Sears electric sewing machine and cabinet Maple hutch Duncan Phyfe table and 4 chairs Living room couch, like new. floral pattern 3-piece blonde bedroom suite Box spring and mattress Phllco television, black and white Ward's stereo, 8-track. radio and phono Maple cradle rocker Metal base cupl ards Metal wall cabinet Corner what-not shelf Toastmaster electric oven Canister sets Pyrex Owl clock, battery Toaster, iron, hotpot 2 End tables Tupperware Clock radio Floor lamp Box fan Large plate glass wall mirror Wicker lamp stand Towels Lawn rocker Picnic basket Chain lamp Pots and pans 8-place setting of Jewell Tea china Dishes, some old Bedding Many small miscellaneous items not mentioned NOTE: The auditorium will be open st I 1:00 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, to inspect merchandise. TERMS: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Auc- tioneers and owners not for accidents. Merchandise st bidder's risk after bid off. [ 9 Andy Montgomery Ed Montgomery Roy Montgomery Auctioneers and Complete Auction Service Tim Kords, Ravenna, Monte Marie Troudt, Mr. and Mrs.visited Mr. and Fletcher, Spencer, and Mark Den Follmer, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobitz Tuesday Brei, Grand Island, were guests George Jansen and Java, Mrs. and Mrs. Jacobitz over the weekend of Mr. and Darrell Jensen and Mrs. Paul Seward Fridaywhere Mrs. Earl Lanham. All came to Knehans were~ in Lincoln do some hunting in this area. Saturday. They were morning Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kulak were coffee guests of Gayle Follmer Sunday afternoon and evening ~and supper guests of Brenda guests of Mr. andMrs. Bill Follmer before returning home. Lynch. Marie Troudt attended a Tuesday supper guests of Mr. bridal shower~ for Cyndie and Mrs. Max Lanhum were Piontkowski Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Malon Coles and at the Oak Community Church. Elden Coles of California and Donald Williams was a Mr. and Mrs. CharlieAnderson. Friday evening visitor of his Wednesday afternoon Mrs. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lanham visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bailey, while Mr. and Herman Hespen, Hebron, and Mrs. Lawrence Williams were Thursday she visited Vera among guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Nelson. Saturday the Andy Montgomery, Superior. Sunday evening. Lanhams were dinner guests of ~:; Brendt and Bruce Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller. Saturday and Sunday guests of Other guests were his family Mr. and Mrs, Berncas Miller from Lincoln. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fleck, took Mr. and Mrs. Malon Colas Joan, John andJodi, Glen Fleck and Eldnn Colas to Grand Island and seven friends from Jasper, Sunday .forenoon for their Ind., wereSunday dinner guests return flight to their homes at of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter, Redlands and Long Beach, Richard and Pare, Calif. In the afternoon the ~.andMrs. RonPorter, Mr. Lanhams visited the Bryce and Mrs. Phil Wehrman and Whiteleys at Holdrege and went Mrs. Don CasseU visited on to Oxford where they were Matthew Porter and the visitors and supper. Guests of Br0~tone Memorial Nuckolls Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanham and Co~ty Hospital Saturday. family. Matthew returned home Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dana, day. Clay Center, accompanied Mr, Greg Pautz, ~Danny 4acobitz, and Mrs. Clap Thayer to near Vic Jacobitz and sons and Giltner Sunday afternoon to Gladys Webher were Monday supper and overnight Mr. and Mrs. Dale They also had a visit Larry Merriman telephone. they Dean Webber and Rosie Jacobitz. Saturday supper and guests of Jeanette Sunday morning brunch with Rosie Larry Sebhlo. a short visit with Mrs. shorn on their way for QVO now o OUR 1984 CHRISTMAS CLUB IS NOW OPEN...JOINt , _ .. Superior, Nebraska 402-879-3284 lub hristmas Bryce Hay. : : ....... "* Vt l i a"Were Friday night A free pamphlet is Mr. and ~~tyer~guNtA,41f~tl~;: and Mrs. Phil from Small Farms attended tWe' y4 /'C nty #iV h' dNichulus. Group, describing the as well as the ...-.1=.-- 4.=.- ...... 4..- building and Lorna McCutclleonV~ backyard compost Bookkeeping and Tax Service State Recycling a free informative Farmers Partnerships detailing sLmple ways to I Small Busin * s P . "in the home. ' indlfin For more inforn I'0 e s ( I II B u composting and 2 I 3 E. 3rd - S g rio t' b. 68978 contact: Small Office 402-879-4761 Home 913'-875-4019 Group, P. O Box g~ ..~ .... ~ ~ .4. Nebraska, 68501. 320 Acres, More or Less Of Nuckolls CounW Land I will sell the following land at the City Auditorlu Superior, Nab., starting at I =00 p.m., on The land is located 4 miles north of Superior, Neb., on Highway 14 level to mostly rolling land with approximately 125 acres of 195 acres of native grassland. The grassland is spring fed for livestock and has never been overstocked. There are 35 acres of planted wheat the purchaser will receive 1/3 of harvested wheat. The improvements sist of an old home, old garage and other buildings,'it has REA, pressure water system, Ritche cattle waterers and an abundant There are fairly good fences around the farm and a hedge row on the of the pasture for shade and windbreak. The farm is well located on a way and would make an excellant location for building a new home. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The W of section 36, T-2, Range 7, West 6th P.M., Nuckolls CounW, Nebraska, except a small tract of land alOs West edge of the NW containing .57 acres. TAXES: The 1983 and all prlor year taxes are paid. POSSESSION: March 1,1984, except wheat land. The land will be sold Ject to tennant's rights. TERMS OF SALE: 25 percent day of sale and balance 1, 1984, when deed and abstract are fu*nished. Anv information given dav Of sale will take precedence. responsible for accidents, ) Mary P. Hudson, Personal Representaive A.H, Kottmeyer, Real Estate Broker Phone 402,879-4450 Superior, Nebraska Johnson Law office, Attorney Superior, i i i i J 12 ~- 2:00 p.m. Lickity Split - Superior, Nob. ~ visit Mr. and Mrs. Wayne dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Group, in cooperation - Carriker. Ivan Jacobitz. Mrs. Webber Nebraska State R ~. Mr. and Mrs. Lester returned to her. home Monday Association, is, ~cou~ $1.50 Entry Fee Schleufer were Thursday evening, composting of yard Anyone between the ages of 9 and 1 3 should sign ~ evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carter and Composting provides , up at the LickJty Split or Superior High School by Irvin Schlenfer and family. Vie Jacobitz and sons were earthy humus to enrich Mrs. Irvin Scldeufer and family Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and decrease soil : Friday. All proceeds will be donated to the were Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. Jacobitz. can reduCe the costs Superior Swimming Pool fund. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Sot0 and payers for landfill Action group recolgugtends leaf Instead of raking beautiful leaves the Farms Action using a posted leaves wastes can enrich lawnS, beds, gardens, and The Small Farms Mr. and Mrs. Don attended the 25th anniversary of Mr. Bill McLeod, Hastings, afternoon and and Mrs. Darrell