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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 11, 2003 I I I III IIIIII I By Fawna Barrett I Sunday the annual Christmas pro- gram at the Randall Community Church will be presented during the 10:20 worship hour In place of Sun- day School, a social time will begin at 9:30 to give the children time for a last minute practice. There will be a box for the pastoral family. Deanna and Crystal Mitchell lighted the advent candles Sunday at the Randall Church. Thelma Given returned last Tues- day from a two-week visit in Kansas City. Her son, Richard, came to take her on Nov. 19. Her son, Bob, and Sue Given and family, came from San Di- ego, Calif., for a reunion with her other sons and family, Ron and Midge Given and sons; Richard and Sherry Given and family. Thelma stayed two days with her sister, Norma Clark, in To- peka. Ocie Miller met them at a half- way point and brought Thelma to her home. Celia McMillan and Bill Elniff vis- ited several family members in Beloit Thursday. Darline (Lienberger) Abling died last Wednesday. She is survived by her s~ster, Betty St. John, and husband, Bob, and two brothers, Gerald and his wife, Virginia, Randall, and Glade and his wife Ester, Phillipsburg. Services were Friday in Beloit with inurement in Randall Cemetery. Datline was raised in Randall. She and her late husband, Don Abling, moved to Randall as they retired. He preceded her in death. Bonnie Wach was a Friday guest of her parents, Bob and Betty St. John, and attended the funeral for her aunt. Saturday evening, the St. Johns were supper guests of Dale and Ivah Hoard. Gerald Lienberger was hospitalized a few days at Beloit. He was dismissed Sunday. Ruth Rhodes had surgery in Salina to Mitchell County Hospital for therapy, Charlotte Anderson attended a bas- ketball game in which her grand:,on, Brennan Anderson played Saturday at Hill City. Paul and Delores Blochlinger took Vesta Corm to Beloit Sunday after- noon. Houseguests of Alan and Barbara McMillan were Mary Jo and Bob Gel- get and Debbie Scott. They were here to help get ready for the Spielman sale. Jamie Harvey called on them Sunday. Sherilyn and David Kadel attended a Thanksgiving gathering at Durham's Community Center with her mother's family. They were overnight guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pankratz. Nevada Vetter attended a birthday coffee in Beloit Friday and called on Virginia and Bob Vetter. Fawna Barrett called on Dona and Don Beam Friday. II I A large crowd attended the sale of Aliens Spielman on Saturday at the Jewell Community Center. Bob and Miola Griffeth bought the house at the auction for $25,000. The Griffeths are here until after Christmas when they will return to their winter quarters in the south. Junior and Carol Menhusen visited at the Tom Abram home in Ennis Texas. All of Carol's brothers and sister were together for the holiday. Dennis and Connie Grennan were Alice Kinsey, Mankato, arranges decorations on a Christmas tree in the Kinsey home which is decorated with a full set of White House Christmas ornaments. (See front page story in this issue for details.) and being made 104 years ago in Scot- land. Mary was bethrothed to Wm. Petrie, who had come to the United States earlier and homesteaded a few miles west of Randall. He built a dugout on a branch of the Buffalo Creek and sent for his bride to join him The rest of the story may be learned by viewing the display at the museum. The Palmer museum also received visitors at the Jack and Jeanine Wesleyan College, Saline. Seamans home for a few days last week ~ Richard and Opal Brandon visited Irene Goffand Ronnie Russell at Be- L, lSOaten loit. The Brandonsweredinnerguests By Edna'tVerhage White Rock senior second in district VFW essay contest VFW Post 7830 and it's auxiliary have selected the winners of this year's Voice of Democracy and Patriot's Pen essay contests. First place local winner of the Voice spelling awards of the late Velva of Democracy Essay entitled "My Wesseloski. Commitment to America's Future" was Lauren Jeffery, Burr Oak. Lauren is a eddy Flinn is assistant high school senior at White Rock High School and boys basketball coach at Lincoln High the daughter of Brad and Colleen School. eddy is a senior at Kansas Jeffery. Lauren received a $100 sav- ings bond and competed in the District 6 competition. She placed second out of 11 entries in the district which in- cludes towns of Salina, Concordia, Ellsworth, Russell, Osborne, Smith Center, Belleville, Lincoln, Minneapo- last Wednesday. She was transferred of Wanda Russell, Concordia. , lis, Downs, Clyde, Glasco, Beloit and Becky Loomis and Lois Oplingerp=~,~ ...... o...=:,e-~a ....... ...,..,.~:..,- w..~,~ Mankato. Shewillreceive$200forthe. . second place &strict fimsh Panorama toandBranson,Mr" and Mrs.Mo. Eddie Oplinger went Colossians 1:15-23. Theme Sunday Jeff Shelton visited with his par- morning was 'Knowing Jesus. Pas- Second place local winner of the sage Sunday evening was Psalms Voice of Democracy essay is Jason By, Fawna, Barrett ents, Frank and Thelma Shelton, and 119:17-24 49-56. Theme Sunday Nelson, Formoso. Jason is a sopho- Christmas music, both sacred and his grandparents, Opal and Richard contemporary,is beaudfulifit is played Brandon. Jeff went deer hunting, evening was Strang.ers m the World. more at Mankato High School and the and sung as written. Songs are filled Louise Motes, Mankato, visitedElders. John Tanls and Bob Koops son of Kendall and Sandy Nelson. He with the joy of the season and the Ella Rae Rafferty. pastorlead servlceSis recoveringat D spatchfromSUndaY.a cold. The secondreceivedvlacea $50entrv.Savings bond for his Barbara McMillan gave the mu-The choir sang Sunday morning " -- reason for the season, scum a box of vintage clothing found Awake Awake Great the New Moon Local winner of the Patriot's Pen, Too many of today's performers in the home of Aliens Spielman when and has S'miled on Me "My Dreeam for America" essay con- believe they have to distort the time- honored melodies. They change the they were preparing for her sale. In The Dennis Rotman f'amily lit the test was Sierra Koster, Jewell. She is beat; change the tune with screeches of the box was a wedding dress with a second advent candles an eighth grade student at Jewell and high notes or a heavy drum beat that note attached. It is not known when Happy birthday to"Brandi Nyhoff the daughter of Brian .and Sherry rips the tune into fractured, non-re- the note was written, but it identified and Pax'ton Bohnert,8; GeorgeKoster. She received a $100 savings last week, the soft tones of Silentlated segments" In a televisin' shw thedressasbelngingtMaryF~quhar i A Eakin, Dec. 12. i ;h?~ bond fr her first place eni" ~ Night' sounded like a syncopated car wreck. Thankfully, that doesn t happen locally. School ~rogramS fOllow tr~idi- 0 tional musical themes and they en- hance tbe Christmas spirit Our thanks Ill ~ C ~i%~a, ill to the music teachers for their dill- [ 19.99 Chevy 3500 4WD genes to teach the students how to perform music well. Thanks to the students for their smiling, eager faces i e6,5 L during the programs and as they greet family after the performance. I 'Auto Transmission Thar s the heart of Christmasl, o 128,506 miles Ill i Engine needs work IiJ SO as Mankato Cl~r I CAN BE SEEN AT THE Library I MANKATO OFFICE ill of The Jamestown State Bank tl[ wall be closed [ 122 WEST MAIN Ill RANDALL, KAN. 66963 Ill I Mail bids to: LII . 785-739-2212 IJJ Wednesday - Saturday, I Rolling Hills Electric Dec. 24, 25, 26 and 27 PO Box 307 I aankato, Kan. 66956 Evening of [ Bids m u beinby Tuesday, Dec. 23 [ We reserve the n'ght to refuse Wednesday, Dec. 31 [ an ds. I . ~ ~oo, ~ ~ i,~~~ New Years Day Thursday, Jan. 1 ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE. INC. ii i ' II JEWELL IMPLEMENT COMPANYj Jewell, Kan. ' ~ ".'~,,*~." 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NICE SELECTION IN STOCK Thursday, Dec. 18th 1 Location: East edge of Superior, Nebraska on Hwy 8 Open for Deliveries: 10 am-4pm ~ Dec. 14th through Dec. 17th Indoor facility Seating available Easy parking Lunch stand MARLYN MASON Household Moving sale and others EARLY LISTINGS VEHICLES (Selling at S p.m.) 1986 Pontiac 6000, white. 1981 Cadillac Deville, 4-door, gray, nice! Clean, 1977 Chawoletpickup, 1/2.ton, 350 motor, 108,000 milas, newtires, runs good, no rust! ANTIQUES and COLLECTIBLES: (Out=kle trailers begin at 1p.m., inside by 4 p.m.) Painted hutch. Glassware and figurines. 01d stool, nice! Woolen quilt. Roor lamp. Oak flower stand. Star Wars and Fischer Price toys-original, boxed. Records. Cameras. Unusual old, ir table horse collar- rare! Trailer load of primitives from single consignor including well pump, hares, Cob fo , Rake th, etc. HOUSEHOLD: Whirlpool self-cleaning oven Nice three.cushion couch. Box sprig and mattress set. Lighted china cabinet. Lamp tables. Lamps Game table. Twin wooden bed frame. Mirrors. Hall tree. Brother word processor. Canon printer. Computerdesk. 0uillslattl. Dresser, six4rawerwith mirror. File cabinet. Yard chairs. Gas g#Jl Tables. Picture francs. Small wooden desk. Boxes of seasonal ddor items. Several ceramic pieces. More coming in! ANIMALS: Two paint biood mares. Weanling colt. Three female llamas. OTHER: Small bales of alfalfa, prairie hay "and straw. Two Ritchie waterers, each less than five years old. MORE COMING IN DALLY! WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU SELL YOUR QUAUTY EQURUlENT, HOUSEHOLD G000 , ANTIGUE AND ESTATE SERVING YOU AND YOUR For consignment approval and delivery appointments call: Pat McCord 40241"/9-30112 and Bob Danehey, auctionemr 402-756-4276 (with answer machines available) Howard Parish, Dale Uhrmacher, and Lynette Bartley assisting. "Any ,w~ow~nents made ~he day ot sale /ake ~ over any other wri#en matter 5 p.m. Dec. 24. The service is open to Burr Oak everyone in the area at that time. A trailer load of carolers traveling By Anna Belle Grubbs about town Sunday evening. The stopped z/i the Friends Church in The flu bug has amved in Burr Oak Northbranch for refreshments. and is taking its toll. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barnes, Edna Lynn Volker is a patient in Fogo, andMr.andMrs.MorrisHillman Brodstone Memorial Hospital attended the funeral in Glen Elder for Many people attended the 50th Edna's brother, Archie Spooner. Later wedding anniversary open househon- Edna was hospitalized two days in oring Midge and Richard Oliver held Salina. She is home now recuperating. in the Christian Church basement. Shelly Harris, Salina, was a week- Madeline' McMains hosted the end visitor of her lather, Nelson Har- Monday morning Bible Study. ris. Mary and Don Modiin called on Dorothy Oliver's daughters and Warren and Barbara White. their husbands, Joyce, Superior, and Several from here rode the bus and Carol, Bird City, and several grand- attended the movie in Beloit spon- children were weekend visitors. sored by the Guaranty State Bank. Josh Frasier, Salina, was home for The Ralph Smullins house has been the weekend. sold to a hunter from Texas. Greeter at the United Methodist Paradise Church was Gary Waugh. Lode Waugh lit the advent candle. Mary Modlin and By Ava Knarr Wilma Underwood hosted the coffee hour. Marilyn Griest hosted the D. D. There will be a Christmas Eve ser- Bridge Club last Wednesday. Barbara viceat the United Methodist Church at Divel and Martha Leinberger were g~ mas dinner at Ava Knarr and Michael 1 tended the North Central Christmas dinner a day evening. Ava Knarr visited Marvint from Minnesota, who is Marilyn and Ernie Katheren Tickle came for the weekend. They hunting with Carl Knarr good lunch. They along Knarr and Michael had Ava Knarr. Inez Clark went with tour to Abilene Saturday. Charlotte Ediger to Wichita had a class. Frida~ Hansen had supl: some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Robert attended the Arboretum bers Christmas dinner at last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert were hosts for Salem dinner Sunday. , ~.' ~~r~ / Charger& ". Rebate !1 . [ Hands-free l ' , Headset for / .... ii ~ Nokia 3585 ~ M~75oO:; I i Now offering cellular sales to Kansas residents as well as ~ le Just two of the many rate plan options available on our National Freedom 00/mo, s45.0%o. Or choose 300Anytime Minutes 600 Anytime Minut~ Unlimited Unlimited Nights & Weekends* Nights & Weekends" Unlimited Un mited e* Mobile to Mobile" Mob~ e to.Mobd a Local Plan at only *3 9.9S/mo" wit. 1000 Anytime and Unlimited Nights & Weekends* & Unlimited Mobile to Mobile* " Computer & Electrical Systems 1 4 Detail ," Fuel Injection Systems & Carburetors V" Air Bags & Safety Restraints 437 East Hwy. 8. Superior. NE Air Conditioning & Heating (including R-12 and R-134; V' Full Brake/ABS Service (including OEM specified on-car brake latin) " Shocks & Struts Tune-Ups, General Service & Repair " Auto Body Repair/Glass Replacement Complete Classic Car Restoration " Cellular Sales, Service & Installation AUTHC (402) * Phone prldng requires a two-year contract activated at 1 4 Detail by 12-31-03. One-year contract pricing the Nolda 3585i and $59.95 for the Motorola V60x2. Nights & Weekends time is 9pm-5:59am Fnday to 5:59am Monday. $50 rebate requires purchase of qdalifying phone before 1-31-03. Limited time restrictions apply. See store for details.