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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 10, 1992 .... ii r ii i i i "Locals "Features "Community Events Li Thursday afternoon visitors of Bernice Peele were Lela Van- Meter, Webber, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Moffet, Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmer- man and Luke, Columbus, Der- aid Korb, Superior, Delbcrt and Charlotte Korb, Mankato, and Tom Rogers were Thanksgiving guests of Misti Zimmerman at her apartment in Lincoln. Esther Leege returned home last Tuesday from a trip to Cali- fornia. She visited Guy and Heidi Lc')p, San Pedro, and sis- .tl, Vera Swecney, Van Nuys, Alice Wrthin.'or., Whitti- er, Thanksgiving Da) she was a guest of Shawn and Lisa McLaughlin, Santa Clarita. Mrs. McLaughlin is her niece. brides-to-be: A beautiful wedding begins with beautiful invitations by Masterpiece. Take lime now to see our big selection of beautiful styles. ]VtTLTIElIIEeE . ST/3DI@A EXPRE Mr. and Mrs. James Melzer, Pahoa, Hawaii, are visiting her mother, Ruby McNabb. promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of captain. She is an organ transplantation nurse. Her husband, Air Force Lt. CoL Dennis Skalka, is the son of Anna Skalka, Deweese. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Corman returned home last week from a two-week trip to the eastern states to visit their sons. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cot- man and Kristin at Bridgeville, Pa., several days and rhea went to Rochester, N.Y., for Thanks- giving with Mr. and Mrs. John Corman, Andrew and Jessica and remained for the weekend. Esther Herrmann returned Monday after a two-week trip to Memb of the Superior lay- Wyoming and Denver. She vzsit- cee Chapter are this moath ob- ed Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Black at servingtheftrstannivermryofthe Carpenter, Wyo., and her (laugh- establishment of their . ter, Jody, and husband, Rick, at One yearmgo this month the Highland Ranch, Cole. ChtyCenter chaptorganizedtl Superior chapter with 40 mma- hers. The chapter hes ce grown Margaret Skalka has been to include 56 members. Saturday at 7 p.m. the club members will host a birthday party at the Superior V.F.W. Club. All current and past memben of the organization and those interested in joining are invited to attend the party. Following the party, the Jaycees are inviting the mmau- nity to participate in an entertain- went activity named Karaoke by Roller Laser. The Jaycees explain Karoake is aform of lip sync done with video tape. To receive degrees at KearneyDec. 18 The largest winter graduating class in the history of the Uni- versity of Nebraska at Kearney will receive their degrees at commencement ceremonies set for Fdday, Dec. 18. The 513 graduates will in- elude John Reck, Edgar, com- puter science. David Bangert, Lawrence, business administra- tion; Sheila McCartney, Nelson, elementary education; Shannon Hansen, criminal justice; Caro- lyn Meyer, summa cum laude, middle grades 4-9; Julie Them- ton, English, all of Superior. Winter Coats - 112 Price Neckties- I/2 Price All Christmas Items 112 Price Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central, Superior, Neb. r_ GIFT SHOPPING MADE EASY at the theatre Gift Certificates available for either video rentals or theatre admission 00rest Twin Cinema and Video Center Superior, Nebraska Superior Jaycees Jbserve anniversary Klrehhotts host Republican Valley Birdwatchers The RepTublica Valley Bird- watchers met at the home of Tony and Vema Kirchhoff Sun- day for a business meeting and potluck supper. Volunteers were asked to f'fll the bird feeders in the Lady uey bird sanctuary during E eember. Dick Holling, Twin Valley Implement Inc., Ace Hardware, Superior, and Hardy Feed Inc., Hardy, donated bird seed for the feeders this month. Kirchhoff Farms, Hardy, also provided mile and a supply of ea corn for the squirrel feeders. Cardinals, red-bellied md downey woodpeckers, nuthatch- es, chick-alees, brown creepe and blue jays are some of the species seen at ths sanctuary, as well as squirrels and a red fox. Everyone is invitd to come to the sanctuary, located along North Park Avenue from the 600 to 800 blocks, to watch the birds and squirrels at the feeders. The next meeting will be at Superior Public Library Jan. 7 at 7 p.m In their first year, members of the current Jaycee chapter have ]attj'cipated in several projects including a Christmas lighting contest, Scout Cabin renovations, Trick or Treat for the Nuckolls County Food Pantry, several children's carnivals in association with community events, Easter baskets for the elderly, hurricane relief drive, sport competitions for area youngsters, voter registration drive, and Halloween decoration contest. Lane Hawley is chapter presi- dent. Republic UMW meet for dinner The December meeting of the Republic United Methodist Women was last Thursday for a potluck dinner and exchange of Christmas decorations. Devo- tions were given by Mrs. Darrell Birrll on Africa, 1992. The shepherdesses for 1992 ate Nancy Harzman, Downs, and Mary Modlin, Burr Oak. The club voted to give monetary gifts to Red Bird, McCurdy, ACARC & Youthville, also to blanket Sunday. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Alvin Petersen on "The Fullness of God's Earth." Marg- aret Farlee, Mrs. Bill Roe, Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs. Charles McLaughlin assisted. Installa- tion of officers was conducted by Mrs. McLaughiin using the theme "Trees." Raise 83,000 at hospital boutique The Brodstone Memorial Hospital Boutique had a Sweet Shop Saturday. Eileen Eickmann, Lucille Richardson, LaVeta Blecha and Cindy Nelson were the over all chairmen with Virginia Simonsen the chairman for the Sweet Shop. The activity raised $3,000. Silent auction items went to Helen Aurand, house wren, and Marge Stickelman, latch hook rug. Total Elegance -. 123. East Fourth St. : Superior, Net). Make Appointments Now Phone 402,879-4442 WALK-INS WELCOME Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. -- Saturdays. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Mondays Jody Langer, owner and operator HAMBURGER FEED Friday, Dec. 11 5-8:30 p.m. Hamburgers $1. French Fries 50 Cheeseburgers $1.25 Carry.Out: Hamburgers $1.50, Cheeseburgers $1.75 The Big Burger is back SANTA will attend - GAMES ......... Eagles Club , Su00or, Neb, . Sunday Buffet Roast Beef and BakedChicken00.0000mce Vra x .... Coffee and tea Included Included Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $ _00 Children $/I[_00 over J Tax under 10  Tax __.==::========:=n=== =u===d====:_=========:::::_=:_::======:===: Included Saturday Evening Special Steak $C90 and Shrimp IJ s Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Every Fr,day 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p,m. Hamburger ...................... ,200o and French Fries Salad Bar ............... $e)90 dE. Plus Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack....::: $1.99 Do Drop In Hardy, Neb. Lines00 r sc.oo00 i; Superior School LunCh Dec. 14 through DeC,,-.! Monday: Chicken peas, strawberries, cake, T00esday: 00key cranberry sauce, apple,, b .... : milk. ; Wednesday: Pig in a onion rings, green beans, milk. Thursday" Oven fried en, corn, mixed fruit, rolls 1 butter, milk. Friday: Soft shell .Tac/ " tuce with cheese, Jello, aer' crips, chocolate milk. Salad bar daily at school, i Lawrence School Lunch Menu 1!! : ;t  Dec. 14 through De. Monday: Chili or 1942 1992 noodle soup, cracke, sticks, cookie, peaches, i Honor Marquarts on 50th anniversary Tuesday: Sloppy Jo buns, peas, poorboy ba Raymond and Hilda Mar- Their four sons hoste_,d the gram featuring several musical milk. quart celebrated their 50th wed- event. All immediate family selections. The evening conclud- Wednesday: Chicken ding anniversary in the Sky members were in attendance, ed with a slide show of family ets, green beans, chocol.  Room on top of the NBC build- After a catered dinner, the events, fruit, milk. ing in Lincoln last Saturday. grandchildren provided a pro- Thursday: Sliced ha, loped potatoes, roll and Births Dec. 1 a son, Skylar Wayne, was born to Roger and Darla Jacobs, Concordia. He weighed 9 pounds, 7 ounces and was 22 inches long. He has a sister, Cyranda Jane. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swanson, Concordia, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacobs, Jewell. Greta and Rex Thomas, Mankato, announce the birth of a son, Travis Rodney, Nov. 29. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Bob and Carol Lundblad, Salina, and Barb and Bill Thomas, Mankato. Great-grandmothers are Vesta McCammon, Mankato, and Elizabeth Lundblad, Boston, Mass. Doug and Le, ah Heinrichs, Oklahoma City, Okla., are the parents of a son, Jordan Don- glas, born Oct. 25 at Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma City. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces and is the couple's first child. O . pe n d.Ev- lyn Helnrichs Not:f01k,' nd J and Charles Griggs, MnstaIl,, Okla. Great grandparents are Harold and Mildred Hineline, Superior. Letha and Tom Kunkel, Omaha, announce the arrival of a son, Robert Lewis, Dec. 1 at Methodist Hospital, Omaha. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Marvin and Virginia Lewis, Ruskin, Betty Kunkel, Peru, Ill., and the late Counselor to open Superior practice Sharon Greenwood plans to establishaprivate counseligprac- tice in Superior after the first of the year. She comes from Enid, Okla., where she was a licensed professional counselor. Currently, she is looking for office space and getting settled in her home at 1041 E. Seventh. She is acertified coun- selor for Nebraska. Greenwood has a bachelor's degree in sociology and psychol- ogy. She obtained her master's degree, in marriage and family therapy at the University of Colo- rado, Colorado Springs, in 1982. She did her practicum in the men- tal health clinic at the Fort Carson army base. She worked as a counselor for Youth and Family Services, 1984- 87, at Enid. From 1987-91 she operated aspecialized community home for adolescent males, ages 12-16. She had a private practice in Enid from 1987 until moving to Superior a few weeks ago. She worked with families and indi- viduals experiencing difficulties in the areas of depression, mar- riage, parent-clfild c oict, grief ahd divorce.  : GreenvOod has been a widow and a single parent. Her first hus- band was a pastor. As a pastor's wife, she saw the need for coun- seling within the congregation. She said she observed needs that often went unattended because the pas- tor was busy with his other pastor- ate responsibilities. Greenwood said, "I do under- stand marriage and family prob- lems, from experience and train- ing." She is experiencing a second marriage, step-parenting and is cookie, ice cream, milk. _, Friday: Pizza, corn, vg e' sticks, fruit cup, milk. Dec. 6--Boy, JanCt , David Rogers, Superior. Admissions ,i- Dec. 1: Merle HayeS, ,,r or. d Dec. 2: Anna Kiehl,-0- -' Rock; Catherine Ehlers, 5Ul: r'Dec. 4: Earl Newell, I' Kermit Roop, Chester. d" Dec. 5: Janet Schnitka, son. . -0 Dec. 7: Kathleen Durfl Deshler; Evelyn Nelson, S'I or; Margaret Doxon, SuPeg ' Dismissed , Dec. 1: William Rowle_Y rlor. . Dec. 3: Martin Spri.g, , rior; Anna Kiehl, Guide, S, Carl Glen Wallace. Burr Dec. 4: Melvin Srtaidt,L" rior; Catherine EhlerS, Su Merle Hayes, Suped0r%. J0" Mueller, Superior. Deau,' seph Mazour. mgmand Oub Christmas The Highland Club met at the Nelson Tuesday for their mas supper. sented by Peggy Ivalee Jacobitz exchanged James and Sally Cole, Kearney, are the parents of a daughter, Grace Marie, born Dec. 4. She weighed 7 pounds, five ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Pat and Jan Cole, Guide Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Neill, Omaha. Greab grandparents are Betty Derr, Red Cloud. Jim and Robin Schaaf, El Do- rado, Kan., announce the birth of their daughter, Katelyn Brianne, bom Wednesday, Nov. 25. She weighed 9 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 1/'2 inches long. Her grandparents are Bev Turner, Lincoln, and Joe and Honey Schaaf, Superior. Great- grandmother is Eunice Fitzger- ald, Glenvil. Quandt member NWU Jazz Ensemble Members of the Nebraska Wesleyan University Jazz En- semble have been announced. Members include Kendra Quandt, Davenport. Lynn Shambaugh hosts Know Thy Neighbor Club Know Thy Neighbor Club met at a local restaurant for their Christmas dinner last Wednes- day. Later the group went to the home of Lynn Shambaugh for a Christmas party. After a short meeting, gifts were exchanged. Lunch was Robert Kunkel. Great-grand- partsheOfansaid,extended,,i hope familY.i can contrib- SWil/0f served, mothers are Rilla Nesbitt, Wil- ute to the community, we all live Spring Creek TheJan. 6 meeting will be at liamstown, Me., and Mary in the state ofcrisis, and need help Last Tuesday fi_v...e asq:d. the home of Edith Meyer. O'Donnell, LaSalle, I11. sometimes. I want to meet the Spring Creek wu,--'. needs in this area." members and guests j'-', ons groups and conducted work- Householter, Russell, _., 00fo-- shops on 00omm00n00oa ,o tions and marriage enrichment in Dean Miiner. ServS,. is decorate r Christmas Colorado, Nebraska, Oklahoma evening were Nina WX-'- : J Come see us for the holidays J,t an New Zealand. Sharon Turner. The next dance 0  Thursday Evening Christmas danceRich Gates Special !Dean Milner '1 I 2- 5 p.m. I Burgers and Fries 'dances. All square Saturdays, Dec. 12 and 19 [ 6:30-i0:00 p.m. welcome to attend. Sunday Noon Special Thursdoy. Dec 6k. 2: p.m. j  lheSuperxlme' __ 1 1 a.m.- 1 p.m. u),a, yeor. throe yeot fo vonc@ in Nebroko 1" Also open by appointment i1 1[,[  =,. ,,o, ! by calling V erdaWehrman r Half Meals Available  United ,1ot, uth F rty So O peaor Publl Byte , Neb. Nuckolls County Hospital Best in Medical Needs through Caring Hands Check early for: flu Ifyou get the flu, seeyourdoctorearly. : is Very Important to: early. If the If It turns out to be the serious form of medicine ls not s tarte, within the first influenza, It is very important to begin couple days, It will i)ot help reduce the your doctor ff treatment early--within the first oUple symptoms. You = should see _ days. you develop a fever along with a cough, Each year the Centers for Disease fatigue, aching brother symptoms. Control reports about 25,000 deaths from The medlclne, called amandlne, has the compllcatlons of Influenza. About 75 a number of slde effects which may be percent of these are people more than 65 troublesome fr persons taking it. It Is years old. Even though the flu shot should llkely to cause Insomnia, dllIlculty coneen- be obtained each year, many fall to do so, tratlngand fatlgue. More severe side effects and a few people have contralndlcatlons to Include selzure and dellrlum whlch pre- taking It. vent tmiag the .medicIne Indiscriminately;, It Fortunately, there is also a medicIne is still better tq get the flu shot. available which will prevent the Infectton, A newer I!tlvlral antibiotic called or at least limit the Infection ff It started rlmailtadine Is gatnh3g popularity stnce It early In the Infection. The medlcIne is an may be better tolerated by older patients. antlvlralantlblotlcwhlchistakenbymouth. ;'':' -: : , " @ When It Is given to llrnlt an `refection, It _._L .... "Providing Care and More"  , UI t-Ml(JH Beauty PHONE and evenings