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10A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Davenport By Carol Lowery New books at the library include the following. In the adult section: The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble" Beguiled-A Lady Like Sarah; The Wailing Windby Tony Hillerman; Chill Factor by Sandra Brown; Full Bloom by Janet Evanouich: Shades of B1 ue by Karen Kingsbury; The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold" With Love and Laughter John Ritter by Amy Yasbeck; 1022 Evergreen Place by Debbie Macomber- Safe Haven by Nichols Sparks; Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers; Legacy by Danielle Steele. In Thursday, November 25, 2010 otherwise there is no mail in the win- ter. The roads are opened the first of May. For the winter months they have supplies for 20 weeks. It is a wild country. Kelly has a cow which she can milk unless there are calves to be fed. If the cal.ves can't keep up when they are moving them Kelly gets to keep the calves and raises them, Darren and hunts during the winter. Bobacts, mountain lions, bea- ver and coyotes are on his lists. He skins them, treats the furs and dries them to sell. Kelly has always lived in this area and so is accustomed to this type of life and Darren likes it too. The children the children section: Toy Trouble, Let are growing up in this atmosphere and It Fall. Fancy Nancy and the late, late, are home schooled. late Night, Fancy Nancy and the Sen- How many people from this part, of sationalBaby Sitter.Cinderella'sFairy the country would volunteer to live as Merry Christmas. How To Train Your Dragon. Zella, Zack and Doiac, Grandma's Smile, Goldilcious, Dirt on My Shirt. Daddy Hug, Pigs to the ,Rescue. The Odious Ogre, City Dog- Country Frog, Soar Elinor. Davenport Senior Center held their November birthday dinner and party onThursday, celebrating 11 birthdays. Harold Gerberding, Cherrie Outhet, James and Missy Powers. hosted a surprise party honoring Barb Powers last Wednesday at Treasurer's Unlim- ited. This was her birthday. Other guests were Mary Wintje and Teresa Saars. Ice cream and birthday cake were served. Thursday Lorene Bethke and Barb Powers were treated to supper at a Hebron cafe by Jan and Marge Schuller. They played cards later. Roger Ficken. Hastings, has been doing some hunting around this area. He ate dinner with his mother Cleora Ficken. Sarah-Elizabeth Group met at the church Thursday afternoon. Deanna Johnson gave the lesson and Edna Johnson served lunch. Mariam Group from Christ's Luth- eran Church met Thursday evening at the home of Carolyn Mosier, Deloris Van Skiver gave the lesson and Carolyn served lunch. Deb Albers attended the drama classes play last Thursday evening. The group and staff took the play to Clarks for the Crossroads Conference Wednesday and came home with a first. Deloris Van Skivcr took Annie Ficken to Hebron with her last Wednes- day and they attended the retirement party homering Ken Vogel. Late Saturday afternoon guests of Deloris Van Skiver were Wendy Van Skiver andMaddox.Fairbury, Sue Van Skiver. Nelson. Wanda Mosier and Courtney Van Skiver, Hastings. Sallie and Dale Pfeifer drove out of Davenporton Nov. 3 and returned on Nov. 15 after a 3.000 mile trip to Elko, Nev. There they visited their son Darren. KeI12.. three and one-half year 01d Thomas and eight month old Sarah Pfeifer. They helped them move from one ranch to another which were 50 miles apart. Elevation was 7.000 feet. They moved to a home that has no electricity but they have a generator. They burn wood. use Coleman lan- terns and have a propane refrigerator. This ranch is called Prunty Horse Ranch. They raise and run cattle from 7,000 feet elevation to 4.000 feet. The area i s called Charleston. Nev. The last stagecoach robbery in the United States was held there. They have dirt roads and mail is delivered to the highway which is 25 miles from their ranch. In the winter the only way they might receive mail is if someone has a snowmobile and is coming their way and can bring it or they do? Bible study was held last Wednes- day morning at Fern Fisher' home. The're were five in attendance. Annie Ficken drove to Lincoln, Neb., Saturday to meet her daughter Roxann Brennfoerder, granddaughter Jenn and Barry Fox, Dallas, Texas, and their Yorkies. Jenn showed her Yorkie in the dog show in Lincoln. Dodger is the Yorkies name and it won first place in its division. The Foxes came back to Nebraska for thedog show and to have time with the family at Thanksgiving. Craig, Erin, A,J. and Grace Jagels, Avon Lake, Ohi0, came Thursday to visit Lorene Jagels who celebrated her 80th birthday. Saturday evening Cliff and Donna Gilletie, Rockford, I!1.; were staying in York. They met the Craig Jagels and Lorene at 'a restaurant in York for their eveningmeaL The Gillettes visited in Lorene's home Sun- day. Don and ArleneVorce attended the Midsouth Chapter of Thrivent Finan- cial for Lutherans at St. Paul Church in Byron. A meal was served before the meeting which was held last Wednes- day evening. Cheryl Walburn, Brett and Brimey Walburn. Lincoln, Neb.; were guests at the pre Thanksgiving dinner at the Walburns in Endicott Saturday. It was held at the Endicott Community build- ing. Friday Joe and Georgia Keim went to Hilicrest to visit Helen Garrels. Later Friday they went to Linc01n, and met James, Christi, Mason and Ava Keim, Mike and Trish Thorell, Omaha, David, Janice and Dona Keim, Waco, Doug Mountford, Omaha, for their evening meal and to celebrate a speeiai year birthday tbr Joe. Joe andGeorgia stayed at the Atwood House Bed and Break- fast overnight and then Saturday at James and Christi, MasOn and Ava's. They also stayed Saturday night with the James Keims and went to church with them. Mason and Ava both had a part m the church service. They ate dinner together at the James Keims and.then returned home. The Wendel Mosier family was to- gether Saturday and Sunday. A coop- erative dinner was held Sunday. To- gether for the weekend were the Darrel Mosier family, Shickley, ReynMosier family, Manhattan, Clark Mosier fam- ily, St. Paul, and the Matt Mosier fam- ily, Strang. They met, at the home of Wendel and Carolyn Mosier. Dennis and Zola Johnson Wire .in Lexington to attend the 40th anniver- sary celebration honoring for Wally and MarthaHubbard Saturday evening at Kirk's Nebraska Land Restaurant. The Wally Hubbards are their son-in- laws parents, They also had a dance and Craig's band played. Craig, Tay- lor and Sam Hubbard all sang. Nate, Brit and Addie, Lincoln, Neb., and Shirley Keim were dinner guests Model 1500 O0 Heaters 785-275-1525 m00t'Y99 l 3 year guarantee on all models Thermostat controlled Safe for Sunday of Tom and Barb Bohling. Funeral plans-for Donna Bohling are pending at this writing. Guests of Lyle and Madaline Hight were Kelly and Donna Epp, Lincoln, Neb. Carols' opinion, not asked for but given, I think it is too bad the neighbor- mg towns all have to pick the same day to have Christmas Open House. Where are we to go? Geneva, Hebron, Supe- rior, Edgar or Oak, or do we just stay home? Next year I hope they talk this over and give us a chance te attend more than one. Davenport Senior Center Nov. 29 through Dec. 3 Monday: Salisbury steak, scalloped potatoes, green beans, chunky fruit. Tuesday: Sloppy Joes, calico beans. carrot sticks, chocolate pudding. Wednesday: Ham and bean soup, corn muffin, string cheese stick, pear 1/2 in lime Jello. Thursday: Chicken supreme bake, broccoli florets, sliced peaches, cookie. Friday: Cod fillet, peas and carrots, garlic toast, orange juice. I I Nora By Helen Gebers i I Marvin and Virginia Lewis were in Wichita Saturday and Sunday. They attended the 90th birthday celebration honoring Marvin's cousin Max Pecht. Marvin and Virginia .Lewis and Helen Gebers. attended the Veterans supper Nov. 8 at Ruskin. Friday morn- ing Marvin and Virginia attended the birthday coffee for Marietta Free and Fern Schoof at Ruskin Virginia at- tended the afternoon pinochle club last Monday afternoon. Helen Gebers and Mary Ann Meyer attended a card party at the home of Dale and Pat Frahm, Nelson, last Tues- day evening. Last Wednesday evening Helen Gebers was among supper guests of Arlen and Ines Lunzmann. Byron. to celebrate Arlen's birthday. Saturday guests of Steve and Connie Becker wereBan Marshall and Cory, Harvard. Melba Lynch had a table at the Oak Craft Fair Saturday at the Oak Com- munity building. Last Wednestay evening she attended the Harvest Fes- tival at the United Methodist Church Superior. + ' Marvin and VirginiaLewis attended the Harvest Festival at the United Meth- odist. Church, Superior, last Wednes- day evening. Fiqday evening Irvin and Murlene Schleufer were among supper guests of Beulah Ray. Other family members atending were Scott and Tracy Ray, Grace and Zacheriah. Frisco. Texas. and Terry Ray, Lincoln. Saturday noon additional guests of Beulah were Nancy Turley and Jennifer, Omaha. John and Visit one of these dealers ! Crossroads Floral Mike Webber Belleville, Kan. Superior, Neb. 785-52%5272 Sold & Serviced "., 402-879-!8 Barney Freitag Locally Superior, Neb. Last year's model 1500" Marsha Ray, Jason Ray, Emily Rich- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Don Richmond, Kearney, Justin and Cortney Ray, Lin- coln. Neb. Sunday dinner guests of Irvin and Murlene Schleufer were Dana and Julie Schleufer, Jonathan, Katie and friend Brandon. Beatrice; Daniel Schleufer, Ruskin; Andy and Lisa Baalman, Salina, Beulah Ray, Milan Ray and Terry Ray. Sunday dinner guests of Mary Ann Meyer were Marlin and Lorri Meyer, Lyle and Cindy Meyer, Julie Meyer and Chad and Alesha Ostdiek and Hadley. Roger and Sue Williams went to Pratt last Tuesday to see their new granddaughter. Alexis Margaret, born to Ryan and Sarah Eubank Nov. 16. She weighed eight pounds five ounces and was 20 inches long. Sue stayed to get acquainted with Ale:is. Lance and Katie Williams and sons and Megan Williams went to Pratt Friday to see the new baby. Last weekend Lance, Katie and sons were guest of Katie's mother Linda Warrick and husband Phil, Blair, lbr their family Thanksgiving. Dustin and Robin Hansen and girls, and Daniel O'Neill were also guests. Saturday Lance and Katie and Daniel attended the Nebraska-Kansas football game. I I I Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey i i i Cindy Sanders, the "village clerk; reported ground, is being broken for a windbreak shelteraround the north door to the dining room. No completion date is availablesince it depends on the weather. Some cottonwood trees have been removed from the yard waste site sent cards, Also she sends her thanks for the.prayers and concerns. She is. still at Good Samaritan in Hastings. Kenneth and Keith Hartman were gone four days visiting Kenneth's daughter, Lauri Mink, and her family in Kansas City. They then went on to Appleton City, Mo. to visit their COUS- IllS. Donations to the Guide Rock Cem- etery were recently made by Billy Wernecke in memory of Clinton and Minnie Wernecke, and by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka in memory of Golda Duffy. Hugh Hunter, George and Shen:il Albin also gave gifts to the Guide Rock Cemetery. Ten people /ttended Wednesday coffee at the Senior Center. Georgia pecan pie cookies and mixed nuts, were among other goodies available. Sev- eral come early and play cards and games before the coffee hour "offi- cially" begins. There is usually a jig- saw puzzle set up in the lounge area. The G.G.T. club was scheduled to meet on Saturday at the Guide Rock Community Center (aka the old school building) to assemble holiday decora- tions out of evergreens and other green- ely. Things are slowing down consider- able at CPI. They still have a few farmers bringing in grain yet but mostly they are working on stocking up with seed and fertilizer for next year. Elys are cleaning up, picking corn off the ground and shipping it out I noticed when coming back from Superior yes- terday that there are still a few fields with standtng corn left in them. but there were also combines sitting in those fields. If I remember correctly, those particular fields stayed.greener a little longer, so maybe it's just not quite ready for harvest yet. With the by a company that will make them into. weather forecasters mentioning that pellets for stove fuel. fotii" letter word (the one that begins Rosemary Anderson reported there is nothing going on with her 4-H group at the moment. Said she's doing noth- ing but chores, keeping up everyday things. Their harvest was fine. Bruce and LaVon Johnson were morning coffee guests of Hazel Garman. Hazel said they had close to an inch of rain last Thursday so she's been staying close to home until the roads dry up. Last weekend, those who visited Keith Hartman were Terry and Arlene Wiley, Phil and Charlene Troudt, Shanna and Grandt and Ashleigh Berberness, and Kenneth, Alicia and Erica. Daisie Hartman is now putting up to 75 pounds of weight on her leg; she hopes to increase that next week,'Keith is there four days a week visiting and eating dinner with her. She has re- ceived so many cards and visits she said she could never give the thanks that is needed to those who called and BIRD FEEDING SUPPLIES Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m Saturday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 155 N. central, Superior, NE 68978 402-879-3296 i i Furnace Check.up Hours: Mondhy-Friday, 9 a.m.-noonand 1-5:30 p.m. Scott TV & Appliance 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 with an S and ends with a W), I hope they get out in the field soon. One year, my uncle Dallen Mitchell, hired a har- vest crew to pick his corn. They dropped a combine into the mud at one end of a terrace and couldn't get it out before the first winter blizzard. Nobody was happy about that situation! The Lester Montgomerys had com- pany over the weekend. Lester's brother-in-law Dan Brunz, and his three children, Kyle, Emily and Melanie. The Brunzs came down for deer sea- son and they'did get their deer. Lester said he got one and the Brunz's got two more. Goodie! That's three at least we don't have to worry about popping up in front of us on the highway! Harley Larkey was scheduled for his TPLO on his right knee Monday. He will have to endure another eight weeks of inactivity while the bone lIE I LOOK heals, tie will not be marching in Superior's Lighted Christmas parade thisyear, which he finds a little disap- pointing. He did enjoy being the center of attention with all his Christmas lights on his vest. We completed the "construction" work on our garage before the cold weather set in. Didn't have a chance to paint but one side of the ceiling in primer before we had to bring the paint cans in lest they freeze. It won't take long to finish that up in warmer weather though, and then we can really begin on our restoration project of this old house. No. we're not going to invite Bob Villa! Having a place where we can get sloppy with paint stripper will make the restoration go much faster. We calculate that we will probably have it finished about six months be- .fore our 92nd birthdays[ There's a lot of work to do! Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Hymns sung during the Sunday morning worship service at the Olive Hill Church were "There's Sunshine In my Soul." "God Is So Good." "Al- mighty Fortress is Our God". and "God Be With You" with Lynn Wilton ac- companying the congregauon on the piano. Carol Watters was song leader. Pastor David Watters brought the children's Bible story and message. Lynn and Rita Blavelt sang a duet for the special music. Ushers were Roger Wilton and Wyatt Schuster. Visitors during the service were Brady Alexander and family, Wichita, Deb Boyles. Mankato. Paul and Linda Hutchinson. At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening the Olive Hill Church will host a spe- cial Christmas program with the Eter- nity Focus Sisters. Lebanon. The tour sisters will present their 2010 Christ- mas program. A light lunch will follow in the basement. Thursday afternoon. Darrcn Th- ompson accompanied his parents. Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson. Guide Rock. to Denver. where they attended the wedding reception for a cousin, Sandra(Vester) andDustinMyer.They were married earlier in Mexico. Sam, Michelle, Zachary, Megan and Hannah Widger. Kearney, also attended the reception. Lorna Wilton went to Concordia Thursday. She Was aguest of her great- granddaughter, Shelby Wherry for lunch zmd visited the second grade classroom where a musical program entitled "Pinocchio" was presented. Lorna visited the classroom of her great-grandson ,Jordan Wherry, who is a fourth grader and Payton Wherry who is in kindergarten. Bob Dye. Beatrice, was a Thursday guest of his mother, Vera Dye. He did cleaning for her on her summer porch: Roger and Alaina Brown attended the 80th birthday party open house honoring Doris Healey at the Hardy Community Center Saturday after- [loon . Marcia and Chase Ehlers, Chapman, were Saturday afternoon guests in the home of Linda and Paul Hutchinson. Harold and Lorna Wilton attended the Thanksgiving supper at the First Baptist Church, Superior, Saturday evening Jessica and Allison Thompson at- tended the First Baptist Church Sun- day morning worship service, Supe- rior. where Allison served as pianist. Richard and Gloria Schlaefli spent last week in Branson, Mo. Sunday evening Paul and Linda Hutchinson attended the Wheel of Faith Musical program at the Grace Com- munity Evangelical Free Church of Superior. The group is from the Wood River and Cairo area. Sunday afternoon Allison Thorn p- son accompanied the Rock Hills High School Choir to Concordia where they sang at the Brown Grand Theater. Callers the past week at the Hasemeyer home have been Marvin Parsons. Missouri, Brian Parsons and son Chanute, Dave Utecht, Carl Collins, Janice. Lacey, Miranda and Tye Ward. This newspaper available on the internet at http/,' Nebraska Senior Health Insurance information Program ***PLEASE CALL JALONDAAT 402-879,4691 FOR AN APPOINTMENT*** Are you new to Medicare, and need to sign up for prescription drug coverage? Do you want to change your Medicare prescription drug plan? Do you need help paying for your medications? Friday, Dec. 3 - 10:00 am. t.o 2:00 pm. 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