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i 2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Area Thursday, November 20, 2003 I I a Tyrell Shous is currently serving with the U.S, Marines. He is not al- lowed any kind of gifts, including cook- ies, candy, o~ m~mey at this time. He is undergoing 13 weeks of marine boot camp training m San Diego, Calif. Correspondence will reach him at the following address: REC Sholts, Tyrell L. 2nd Bn. Echo Co. PLT. 2142 38{)01 Midway Ave. MCRD San Diego, Ca.92410-2142 This ~ill be his first Thanksgiving and Chfisnm~s away from home. His parents are Gaff and Treva L. Shotts, Superior. Manne Corps Pvt. Corey Nelson, son of Peggy Nelson, Courtland, and Kenny Nelson, Jamestown, recently compleled 12 weeks of basic training at Mm'ine ('orps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Nelson is a 2003 graduate of Pike Valley High School. Immediate family attending the fu- neral of Don Webber include Jeff and Janice Webber and Brandon, Belmont, S.C., Mike and Vat Webber, Josh and Andi, Burlington, Colo.; Carmen and David White, Scot and Stuart, Stratton, Colo.; Krista and Howard Craig, Tyler and Zeka, Bethune, Colo.; Alvin and Terry Webber, Cody, Cory, Catlin and Chance, Laces, Ken.; Cameron and Julia Webber and Derrick, Lincoln, Ken.; Steve and Joan Frum and Pam and Woodward, Jason, Caydee and Semi Jo, Shelby, Iowa; David and Jacklyn Frum, Jordan, Dillon, Brady and Hunter, Earling, Iowa; Susan Frum and Henry Paulsen, Avoca, Iowa; and Arletta and Andy Andreason, Colo- rado Springs, Colo. Many cousins and other families and friends also were here for the service: Hastings College inducts BarOn into leadership Society After 5 Club conducts annual fundraiser The After 5 Club met last Tuesday with the theme of "Going, Going, First Itty Bitty Craft and Holiday Show a success Jennifer Healey and Julia Delka hosted the first Itty Bitty Craft and Holiday Show on Saturday at the Su- perior Elks Lodge. Crafters from 14 towns participated. Comments from crafters and craft- attendees were positive. People appre- ciated having a craft fair once again in Gone!" in keeping with the annual Superior. fund raiser for the Village Missionar- ~,:~ The Elks ballroom and adjoining iesof Stonecroft. There was a silent r*' room was jammed-packed with 25 auction of baskets filled with craft booths. Suggestions for next year were items, baked goods and special deco- rations. Mort'than $200 was raised for offered and the organizers hope the Superior business people benefited the Stonecroft Village Missionaries by from the extra traffic and shopping in ~* ;~ jt town that day. these means, and many participants went home with Thanksgiving decora- " Exhibitors included: tions or Christmas gifts. Mickey Vork, Superior: Mollie Teachworth, Nelson, brought accordion music for Tonya Blackstone, Patti Kramp, Leslie the occasion. Kay Clary, Blair, spoke Bender, Diana Freitag, Debra Hansen, about the "Final Bid" by telling how Julia Delka, Jennifer Healey, Tonya she learned to grow where she was Paddock, Pat Crockett. planted. Carleton: Dab Schardt. On Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m., the Courtland: Linda Ayers. club will meet at the Vestey Center for Republic: Nancy Hensen. their"Christmas Joys" outreach pro- Nelson: Heather Cox, Vicky gram. Pamela Hunter, Superior, will Wagner. share festive food and holiday enter- Edgar: Beth Nacke and Linda taining ideas. Glenda Hiner, Superior, Sample. will provide background music for the Red Cloud: Sara Schmitt, Monica occasion and accompany the group Schmitz. singing of familiar carols. A Hardy: Pam Corman. newscaster'smother, MelanieDenney, Lincoln: Lena Anderson, Tom Grand Island, will speak about travel- Anderson. ing the Road of Life. ..... Harvard: Pat Modlin. All women of the area are invited to e*. Byron and Deshler: Joe and Audrey attend the event. The club has no mem- ~ ....... Dittmer and Cathy Batten. berships or dues. The group regularly An unidentified shopper appears delighted at the Itty Bitty Craft show Hastings: Joshua King. meets at 564 East Fourth Street. Saturday in Superior. Shoppers could select items from more than 20 vendors Webber: Ruby Burge, Bernie and who filled the Superior Elks Lodge ball room. The show was organized by Julie Jan Leece. Darling receives national honor Ragene Darling, Logan, Iowa, was presented with a national citation of appreciation at the Veterans Day pro- gram at Logan- Magnolia School The award, given by the Logan VFW Post, was in recognition of Darling's ser- vice in providing Taps," at areavet- erans funerals and annual Memorial Day services. Dar- ling is the son of Max Darling, Supe- rior, and the late Phyllis Darling. Vikings complete tough season The Hastings College circle of the Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) leader- The Dana Vikings volleyball team ship society inducted 30 students as had another tough year on the court as members for the 2003-04 academic they were winlc~s Great Plains Ath- year. letic Confc,cncc play. Dana carried Membership in ODK is based on nine players on its roster, seven of character, scholarship and intelligence, which were underclassmen, service and leadership and citizenship. The Vikings will nfiss the leader- Juniors and seniors who ranked in the ship and play of senior Marcia Smidt top35 percentoftheirclassareeligible (Superior), 'M~o led the team in kills to apply for membership. New mere- this year wifl~ 350, nearly 100 more bersalsomustshowspecialdistinction than the next player, in at least one of five areas; scholar- Polka and Barb Healey. The pair plan for the show becomes an annual event "Marcic. has been an integral part of ship, athletics, campus or community Delta Kappa Gamma in Superior. our program here at Dana, especially service, media, or the arts. Inductees tastes officers Davenport Women's this year con:altering how many fresh- include KendraBargen, senior, daugh- men and sopho, aore.swehad.Herlead- terofVictorandMarilynBargen, Su- JoyceKroll, an elementary teacher School Menus Club members meet ership is second to none," said Dana perior, at Deshler, was initiated into Alpha , The Davenport Women's Clubmet Coach Laurel Perry. Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, Superior Flementary School Nov. 11 in the library clubroom. The The Vikings amassed 1,239 kills, meeting was called to order by Dixie 1,028 assists, 253 blocks (3rd), and Guide Rock ABW meets Saturday at a meeting at Salem l,unch Menu Lutheran Church. Nov. 24 through Nov. 28 Heinrichs. A total of $21550 was 1,311 digs this season The Guide Rock American Baptist Rho State President Joie Taylor, Monday; Item audcheesc with bun, earned from the recent food and bake As a freshman, Amy Parnell (Clay Women met Nov. 6 at the home of Columbus, Neb., presided at the initia- oven fries, 1/2 apple, pudding, sale. Center, Nab) moved into the Dana Mary Robb with seven members and tion, assisted by Ardythe Dunn, Tuesday: Baked turkey, whipped Edna Johnson reported the library volleyball individual record book for one guest, Mrs. James Paterson, Deshler, chapter president, andJolene potatoes with gravy, mixed fruit, rolls has been rented three times in October mostsetassistsinasingleseason(740), present. Barbara Sholtz, vice presi- Patton, Chester, secretary. Cassia with margarine, and November. She also thanked vol- dent, opened themeeting with prayer. Wilbeck, Deshler, escorted the ini- Wednesday: Beef su'ips, broccoli unteers who worked at Things and Devotion given by Bonnie Ohmstede tiate, and cheese, grapes, banana bread. Stuff, furnished desserts and sold raffle was titled "rhanks for the Memories," Taylor spoke to the chapter con- Thursday: Thanksgiving-no school, tickets for the hospital foundation ben- DavenpoO Senior Center Menu usingscripturePhilippiansl-3andclos- "earning the theme for her biennium: Friday: Thanksgiving break, no efit. Monday, Nov. 24: Sloppy Joes, ing with prayer. Lesson by Barbara . "Reflect, Refocus,Revitalize."She school. A committee is still looking for oven fries, mixed vegies, pears. Sholtz was "God Lifts Us To Grea!~ compared chapter members to various Superior Jr-Sr. ttigh School altbrdable window treatments for the Tuesday, Nov. 25: Ham slice-cherry Heights." She read a poem, "Som~dhe kinds of coffee, saying each different Nov, 24 throngh Nov. 28 library basement. A meal was served sauce, baked potatoes, green beans, to Care" and closed with prayers.' type contributed to the life of the orga- Monday: Ham and cheese with bun to a teacher's organization on Oct. 15; birthday cake, roll. Love Gifts by Lena War~r was nization, or pan runza, oven fries, salad bar, profits will be used to purchase needed Wednesday, Nov. 26: Chicken "It's Good To Give Thanks, ~md end- "I don't think chapter members pudding, kitchen utensils and supplies. A micro- noodle soup, ~clishcs, fruit cup, pump- ing with a prayer. Members'discussed know how much power they have," Tuesday: Baked turkey or breaded wave oven has been added to the If- kin bar. the giving tree at Red Cloud and de- she said, indicating that they were the beef steak, whipped potatoes, salad brary kitchen. Thursday, Nov.27: Closed-Thanks- cided to make a donation, ones who change the bylaws and con- bar, rolls with margarine. The program theme was entitled, giving Day. Bible books of the month were re- stitution. Wednesday: Beef strips or ham- Friday, Nov. 28: Closed corded. Try It You make more friends by becom- ing interested in other people than by trying to interest other people in you. "It's a Frosty Night." Thirteen mem- Thursday, November 20. 2003 Vestey Senior Meals Pro Monday, Nov. 24: garlic bread, corn, tossed Tuesday, Nov. 25: potato salad, baked beans, salad, ice cream. Wednesday, Nov. 25" beef soup, crackers, cream puff dessert. Thursday, Nov. 2 giving Day. Friday, Nov. 27: macaroni and cheese, cabbage salad, fruit. Saturday, Brealcfast casserole Births to Jeff and Anna weighed 9 pounds, 1 21 inches Ion and Barbara Parrott, N.Y.; Judy Kahns Wichita, Kan. Carolyn Parrott, Green Almeda Kahns, Li Deines, Dodge City. Chad and coin, Neb., son, Wyatt Allan, born Nov.' weighed 9 pounds, 21 1/4 inches long. Mike and Jan Jensen, Bearinger, Clearwater, late Larv ers from Superior are and Laura Jansen. Perry are the parents born Nov. 6. He ounces and was 19 Grandparents are Ricl Albertson, Re Sjolander, are Dean and and Joan Albertson, late Rex Albertson. Murray and Dawn Drohman, Littleton, the born Nov. 16. She pounds, and was parents are Dennis Schierme Drohman Naomi Kohimeier, grandparents are Pastor Lois Hiller, Laramie, and Arlet Schiermeyer, J Rene' and Christine The Supedor E xpress. ISSN 074043969, is published announce the TaylorwasaccompaniedbyEvelyn burger deluxe, broccoli and cheese, bars answered roll call by showing a weoktybySupeaorPut~imingCompony. Inc, 148 ) I Bruegger, Columbus, stateparlianaen- salad bar, banana bread, snowman. Snowmen were then made East rhird Street, Superior. Nebraska 68978. wel ] tari&n. Sixteen chapter members were Thursdav:Thanks~ziving-noschool. from clay pots. Subscriptionrateis$20peryoorinNebraska, $21.26 13. Grandparents are / i [ present forthe meeting and the dinner Fridav"Th'mks~ivin~ br,-',v .,, LunchwasservedbvDorothvBoss, in Kansas 9nctudes soles tax) oral S28 per year Drohman and Duane . rvlanlyn Pmrens ano corene t etnKe co Penodca class t t I which followed, school. .- ~ ,, . .... ~'J .-, a.. elsewhere tn the Unffed States; 50 cents per single i . . . ...... -n,J , " py. ' " DOS age paid a Superior. Ruskin, Jerry Merth,Orel ' " ~ Nebroska, or~QtJ~t odditionol mailing office. POST mend and Saq~ra Mu~.n.! Sewing at 5:30 p.m. ness. ' Express. P.O. 8ox 408, Superior. Nebraska 68978. Adoption ank ,~y friends we ~ ~ Jon, Erica and Tat,, : t[i , Nov 2 [ I |F:g~t~2'hi,l~.IwaLho'~~d Or.~l" A word of thanks to the people in this wonder- tionLngmntof a son,ClandannUrbrth ' [ l :l)lecha and the Brodstone Memorial~ staff for your care l ful community. Sergey Eggers, born Jan. GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME [ my recovery after surgery r Luther for I I isits. " My dad passed away last week in Superior and JimMScW'and CarenRUSsia'Cobb,GrandPaLon[ Bar will be open I ecial t.hanks to .John Price Jr.,Diane Krotzinger anff | I was a down as maybe I had ever been. Max and Ruby Eggers, I I :Dave Wroughton for bringing me home and to lady Meyer fo | folks to the rescue[ Food, dinnerware, hugs and g eat-grandmother, Luci I KII I I ls.o for food-brought to our home for George and ! linden, also of Longmonl _1 I Ie" God's blessing to all. " "" _ 11 love were delivered to our house by angels. I was West 8t,h Street- Supenor, Nebraska,, | Lawrene Shaw worried about my Grammy (Nyla) and more an- Guide Rock gels assured me that they would look out for her. members , ,,,, ,, Fr, o y, no . 2, .... .... ' ..... .yan,t.,jlensen 5-9:30 p.m. " ..... Monday, Nov. 27 ....... will observe ....... his Cinema I and II - 7:30 p.m. MIRAMAX F I L M g Receive a FREE chocolate chip cookie (made by Tracy's Cookies) each Monday in November when you rent or attend a movie/ Appearing at Olive Hill Church m Pot Luck Supper-6 p,m, Program-7:30 p.m. (Start features the full-time ministry of the Jim Hitch family from rural Martetl, Nab. Jim and Kathy and their eight children (though the youngest is un- der contract negotiations!) offer a variety of Christian music, including selects from bluegrass, traditional, gospel, mun- try, folk and original pieces, Their performances include guitars, fiddles, banjo, mandain, piano, harmoni- cas, dobro, and other misceUar in- struments in an inspirational and program, which ministers across national lines. ( m=t ministry focuses as rsflected In His families and His amazing, unfathomable, simple gracel EVERYONE, WELCOME!!! Olive Hill Church is located seven miles southwest of Superior, Neb. on Ash Road. birthday on Friday, Nov. 28 Cards may be mailed to Andy at: PO Box 11 Guide Rock, Nab. 68942 To love someone is to risk loss and heart break. But I would rather go through this life with a broken heart than a clenched fist. H A P P Y B I R T H D A Y ( E E E F 1 E E L C V E C '1 O Y R U S In my dreams you are alive and well, precious Cy. In my mind, you are clear as a bell, our precious darling child. In the scheme of thingI, I'd be the first to leave. You left too soon And we must grieve, thinking of what might have been. In our hearts, you live on - not forgotten - not gone. Only out of sight for a short time. Mom I I I I I I I I I i I I III I Everyone was so compassionate. Thank you all for your prayers and hugs and love. We couldn't have made it without you! Mike Webber and Family To all of the people who delivered the food, dinnerware, paper towels, cards of sympa- thy, memorial contributions and hugs, lots and lots of hugs: Our family would like to thank you. You helped to make a sad time a lot better for all of us. The Don Webber Family on Saturday, Nov. 22 Mom and Dad (Judy) (Jim) Hope your anniversary toget t bes t. The Gum( Women met in the 6 with four members present UNCOR Depot at Sager ity, Baldwin, La. There health kits school bags, the annual coin in June. That pounds. Two churches in Nebraska which The flood buckets are continental United handed out the officers. Hours: Wednesday and Frid /,: 1:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday;4-8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 4101/2 N Central "