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,2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 11, 2003 Those attending Thanksgiving din- ner with Joe and Phyllis Doyle were: James. Miariam and Kevin Doyle and Carol Morris, Guide Rock; Neil and Audyne Delka, Flower Mound, Texas, Larry and Penut Doyle, Anderson, Mo., Deb, Audry and James Lemburg and Brad "I+hon]son, St. Paul, Neb.; Jessi Rcdinger and Shawn Leapoldt, l..motn,Neb., Jeremy and Retha Lemburg, Scottsbluff, Glen, Becky, (; rystal and Brett Behrends,Courtland. Ken., and Steve, Rhonda, Nick and Kendra Elledge, Webber. Guide Rock By Wanda Schriner Kenneth and Loretta Wulf attended he scvc~lh al~d eighth grade girls bas- ketball games in S up,riot last Tuesday c~ening. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Ken- neth and Loretta Wulf was Kevin and Carol WulC Jon and Katrina, Nelson, and Teresa Richardson. Kenneth and Loretta Wulf were weekend guests in Oklahoma City, vis- iting their daughter, Sandra Cooley, and her son, Shane, who was home Streit participating in CCC program Lisa Streit, Guide Rock, is partici- pating in the Cooperative Education Program at Central Community Col- lege-Hastings. Streit, an early childhood education major, is working as an : ide at Head Start in Superior under the supervision of teacher Julian, Millet. She is a graduate of Guide Rock High School and is married to Matt Streit. Her parents are Debra and Randy Wulf, Guide Rock. Osborne hosts rain- conferences Rep Tom Osborne sponsored two rural revitalization mini-conferences Wednesday. They were held at Craw- Lynn and Deb Simonsen and Jus- tin, Janet and Luke Biketl, Linculm Neb., visted Margaret Si monsen. Linda and Becky Fullerton also visited with her guems. Lawrence-Nelson honor society sponsors iood drive Members of the Lawrence-Nelson High School National Honor Society chapter are collecting items tbr the Nelson County Food Pantry now through Dec. 19. Donation drop-t ~ ffboxes are located in Lawrence at the elementary school library, Farmer~ & Merchants Bank, and Hoelting's Food Mart. Drop-off locations in Nelson are at the school library, Commercial Bank, and Nelson Food Center. The Nuckolls County Food l':u~!~\ ford and Halsey. needs food items such as canned naem~ "Nebraska is a great state with a pasta and cereal. Nontbod items such rich rural history, but our communities as laundry soap, dish soap, shampoo, are losing the people that give them toilet paper and paper towels are also their strength. One of my continuing needed. goals is to foster the entrepreneurial The goal of this drive is 350 items. spirit within all Nebraskans who de- Members oftheLawrence-NelsonNa- . The Pat and t: oger Landauer residence will be one ot the Suporior Chamber of Commoree% toaturod homos on the annual Christtmas Tour of Homes @ tomes on as tour I n addition to the Zadina home, two This home built by Bud Stauss and benefit the community, helping raise from the service, and his friend, Mel- sire to start their own business and tional Honor Society are: Audrey other Superior homes will be on dis- Jesse Moffitt, was first owned and oc- funds for Superior Chamber of Com- issa. create employment opportunities for Buschkoetter, Jason Hoelting, Tracy play for the Christmas tour of homes, cupied by Russell and Viola McCord. merce, people are needed to partici- Don Willett, Texas, visited Golda others. I believe that successfulentre- Hubl,StephanieJa~,da, AnneLaughlin, With the help of Nancy Crispin, Russ and Vi and their two children, pate each ye~. Dully and her sons, Don and Bud. preneurship distinguishes itself as an Jenny Menke, Emily Rumsey, Emily Omaha, and Judy Malmos, Superior, Larry and Jan, moved into this homein 'You don t alwa s hay y e to have a I.uretta Wulf visited Alyce Wulf essential element in regional rural eco- Schroer, Sarah Sch, ~er, Alicia Ander- Jan and Wylie Jensen will be display- April of 1956. fancy home," said Landauer. She and last Wednesday afternoon. She also nomic development and diversifica- son,TaylorBiltoft, AbbyBuschkoetter, ing their home, North of Superior, on Originally,.the home hada breeze- her husband, Roger, moved into their visited (;olda Duffy several days. tion of our economy, said Osborne. Amy Rieman and Amanda Watson. the east side of Highway 14. way between me garage ann house, current home within the past five years Janet Crary was a Sunday dinner Special guest presenter at both meet- :, " + ,, , .... name,t reeze waYoecause meWaSwmaan, appropnatemew nara Mrs.and sharedpleasant Woerner.it with her parentS,Both areMr'nowand guest of Leone Boon, Hastings.ingswasCherylMiils, associatedeputy " enoughthrough !t, that Russ ~d yi deceased. Withthe helpoffamily and Kenneth andLorettaWulfattendedadministrator for entrepreneurial de- the children's musical concert in Su- velopmentfortheU.S.SmailBusiness ~' enclosea u m rater years, sad me friends, such as Deb Jetensky, the pcrior last Tuesday evening and the Administration (SBA) in Washington, { " `% ~ ~ ",'-. Jensens. Landauer s have fixed, repaired and boys and ~trls basketball games on C.D. Ms. Mills manages SBA s tech-,~ "~ . OnJune2,1995,asemi-truckdriver .remodeled much of the home them- Thursday evening, nical assistance programs providing ~ ! ~ . .': ~ , with a load of corn lost control of the selves Kenneth and Loretta Wulf and information, training and businessi ..... ,'- o , semi and drove it through part of the Kevin and Carol Wulf and Katrina, counseling for 1.4 million small busi- I :~ ~ ~ : ~ ..~, ~ i~~ garage.and kitchen, demolishing the cabinets ourselves,' said Landauer, "Deb and I did the, kitchen floor and Nelson, :~tte|~(.led the basketball game hess Owners natiOnwide. I ~ ~ " ~ "~ ~ " ~ entire l~-itcben. The house was then Between Superior Elks, Deuel phar,- '~ /'~ ." .~' remodeled. The kitchen was made into macv and now Pamida Pharmacy d~:, Jon played in Saturday afternoon The SBA s education programs -~ -~ ,. :~,~ .... .~ ..... ~ ~ # , t a kitchen-family room The old bath- Deuei and Lan ~' in tlastings, are offered through the Small Business ~ : , ' " ~i~ . - . dauer have worked to- KcnnethandLorettaWulfattended Development Centers (SBDCs) and ~.~ ~ ~:; ~ ~ ~+.~.~j~. roomwasmademtoabathroomwltha .~etherinvariouscan.ac~tles'' over_ashen_. a holiday concert. Their granddaugh- 11.000 SCORE volunteers provide I ~s~ &~% ~.~,~,,~ ~- . ~ .... . ~=_ shower, washer and dryer, of 15 years ' '- i~, ~ "' ,- " " ~ - - ' I ~+: ~ + "~ , _ ~-- - " - : - -~:, Prior to the remodehng, the washer Now their efforts -ut tooe~h,,, -~ ter, Katrina, was one of the singers, counseling and mentoring to new and I ...~:~:~ + .~-~,~ ......... I ~.- ~'~~~ ~:~ ~:~,,, ~i