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8a THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS I I Oak By Phyllis Schmitt I First Community Church, Oak. Sunday,9 a.m, Sunday school; 10 a.m., " Christmas program during worship hour with refreshments afterwards. Ermalee Scroggin has returned home after several days with family. Thanksgiving she was with LeAnn and Duane Egle, Gretna. Other guests were Amy and Chris Jaekel, Emily and Jaidon, Gretna, and Cheri and Bryan Phillips, Kylie and Maryn, Topeka. Nov. 30, Ermalee drove to Lafayette, Ind., for a week with John and Lynae Stafford, Benjamin, Joshua and Rachel. She returned home Saturday Peggy Hays accompanied Phyllis Schmitt to Prayer Connection at the home of Pam Riley. Phyllis later vis- ited with several residents at the Nel- son Good Samaritan Center. On her return to Oak, Phyllis visited Verna and Verla Snyder. Gerry Peterson has visited residents at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center. Sunday, she visited Vcrn and Verla Snyder. Other visitors of tile Snyders' have been Delores DeVore and Sharon Littrel, Davenport. Thursday, Phyllis Schmitt accom- panied Gerry Peterson to Clay Center for the Lawrence-Nelson vs. Clay Cen- ter basketball games and file soup sup- per there. Don and Lola Biltoft also attended the game and soup supper. Doris Marquart was a Friday morn- ing coffee guest of Phyllis Schmitt At noon, Phyllis was a dinner guest of Roger and Sue Williams and Margaret Williams at the Ruskin taft. Saturday Gerry Peterson accompa- IIII Deweese By Lavon Black Matt and Amanda Skalka and Scan Skalka, Fairfield, were Sunday dinner guests of Norma Jean Skalka. Linda Skalka was an afternoot visitor. Clarence and Marjoric Swearingen were Friday visitors of h i s b rot h or, Bill Swearingen, at the Good Samaritan Village, Ravenna. They visited Roger and Tyler Swearingen, Gibbon. John,Martie, Rilie and Bryce Cook, Topeka, were last weekend guests of his parents, AI and Joan Cook, and sister, Terry, and husband. Shawn Gordanier, Trevor and Trace. Alice Chvala, Lawrence, joined them Sun- day for dinner at the Gordaniers. The Cooks returned to their home on 'l"ues- Jay. Megan Black, Fairfield, was a Sun- day overnight guest of her grandma, Lavon Black. Jordan andTylerBlack were Satur- dayand overnight guestsoftheirgrand- parents, Bob and Lana Black, Fair- field. Cameron Smidt, Haslings, was a weekend guest of his grandparents, and family, Chris and Tammy Smidt. Catherine Peak, Ayr, visited Marilou and Rick Holeman, Haslings. Kyle Holeman, Chrissy and Dakota were Thursday overnight guests. Kurt and Rhonda Wcnske, Paige and Logan were Thursday evening visi- tors of Kris and Peggy Kotinek and Trevin, Lawrence. PROPERTIES AVAILABLE Nice two story home, Victorian in Edgar, Neb. Very nicely restored Post-Victorian in Burr Oak, Kan. Neadynew ranch hme n glf curse' Clay Center, Neb. 245 High Street, Guide Rock, Neb. 332 acres of gravity irrigated in Clay County,Nebraska. 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Red Cloud, Nab. 320 acres of cropland and grass near Mankato, Kan. Modest home and buildings.  Discreet, confidential, results IRC 103I Exchanges (Tax Defen'od) Bey Osl Emerald Ost Gary Knehar W m E-Mail: lnfo@OstBrokers.com Emerald Ost Brokers, lnc Roseland, Nebraska 68973-0199 402-756-6074 or Toll Free: 888-795-6600 OstBrokers.com I I II Thursday, December 12, 2002 nied her sister and husband, Marianne and Marion Wolfe, to Omaha to visit their brother, Dwayne Mazour, at the Immanuel Medical Center. They later visited i n the home of a niece, Shelley, and Craig Everett, at Malcom. Sondra Peterson picked Gerry up from.there and they returned to Lincoln and at- tended the UNL play production at the Temple Theater. Verla Snyder attended the 25th an- niversary celebration of Jerry and Sharon Littrel at Davenport Saturday. She visited with several relatives she seldom sees. Phyllis Schmitt and Dixie Drohman went Christmas shopping Saturday. They returned to Nelson for the Sutton vs. Lawrence-Nelson basketball games and the Runza supper at the school. Saturday the First Community Church was responsible for the De- cember birthday party at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center. One of our own, Cleo Scroggin, celebrated her birthday, as well as Homer Seefeld, who is a former resident of the Oak community. Sunday dinner guests of Gaylen and Jackie Cox were James and Melody Cox and Bayley, Milford, and Jerome Cox and Cherylarl, Edgar. Jeff and Christopher Cox"stopped later to pick up James so they could all return to Ft. Riley. Sunday night Ermalee Scroggin accompanied Edna Johnson and Carlene Lambert to the Thayer County Community Choir presentation at the United Methodist Church in Hebron. Carl and Leona Wassenaar were mem- ber of the choir. Jim Rodehorst was guest speaker at the Oak Community Church on Sun- day. Members welcomed Jim and Lee back from Romania. Basil and Ilene Johnson and Arlene Jacoby, Superior, were visitors at the church Sunday morning and then ate dinner at Oak. Phyllis Schmitt joined them there, and then accompanied Kelly Schmitt, Han- nah and Landon to Belleville for Hannah's basketball game. Jerry, Jor- dan and Peyton were in Chester for Jordan's game. Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz Mr. and Mrs.. Ron Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fleck and Robert Arcus went to Lincoln, Neb., Monday for Robert's return trip to Chicago. The Porters and Flecks met Mrs. Harold Faimon and Jerome Fleck for supper before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hanson helped put up the Christmas tree and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter. The Highland Club met at Country Kate's for their annual supper and gift exchange. Mrs. Ron Porter hosted the follow- ing for bridge Thursday, Sally Uhrmacher, Ruth Epley, Karen Thayer, Peg Buchtel, Edna Epley, Lois Hamel and Georgia Chapman. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz were Nick Wehrman, Mrs. Bruce Wolfe and Don Follmer. Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz called on Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen and their houseguest, Friday morning. Clarence (Bud) Gray returned to his home, at Salem, Ore., Thursday morning. Chris McClure helped his grand- mother, Evelyn Honeycutt, with some Christmas decorating. Uyvonne Knehans, Muriel Foilmer a! LaVeta Porter visited Nina Mac Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer and Dennis Follmer were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer. Mrs. Follmer went tO Seward Saturday for the annual mother-daughter Christ- mas brunch. Mrs. Clark Kreiser hosted the brunch and guests, Gayle Follmer, Brenda Awsiukiewicz and Shelley Kienow, who was also celebrating her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams visited Wilbur Becker at Madonna Rehabilitation and Bob McCutchan at Bryan West in Lincoln, Neb. Maxine had a medical appointment while there. Maxine Williams attended a lun- cheon and program at the Methodist Church Saturday for all circle mem- bers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams, Haley and Bailey, visited Lawrence and Maxine Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert, Delcie Stowers, and Craig Grummert were in Kearney Sunday and attended a hockey game between Omaha and Kearney. On the way home, they at- tended the Christmas pageant and Minden. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hoeflicker were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jacobitz, Michael and Jacob Saturday night to celebrate the birthdays of Michael and Bruce. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer The Ladies of Olive Hill Mission- ary Prayer Fellowship hosted the An- nual Christmas Party at the Superior Good Samaritan Center, Tuesday. Members who participated in the pro- gram were Marie Pinson who read poems, llene Johnson who sang a solo, Gerald Boyles who played his guitar and Basil Johnson who read the Scrip- tures. The women of the church fur- nished cake and the center furnished ice cream. Visitors Sunday during the worship service at the Olive Hill Church were Vivian Mariska, Vi McCord, Phyllis Irvin and Sarah Harvey, all of Superior and Jan and Dick Miller, Tekamah, Neb. Following the service the congre- gation had a soup dinner and business Complete Dental Care for the Entire Family Care with yp u in mind Most insurance accepted and filed Strict sterilization-modern Call now for appointment 402-225-2828 VISA-Master Card- DenCharge accepted Robert C. Wilson, D.D.S. Dee Ann Petersen, R.D.H. Angle Beck, Dental Assistant Debi Hombussel, C.D.A. Becky Woemer, Office Manager Mary Ann Biltoft, Office Assistant Nelson Dental Clinic 270 South Main, Nelson, Neb.* 402-225-2828 YOU HAPPY I'iO00AY00 FROM Mr. and Mrs. Willis Heitmann Mary Vinkenberg, Carleton. Regretfully omitted in paper listing those Who Kettlehut reunion were Stephanie and Melissa Heitmann, ron. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hoops tended a college basketball Lindsborg, Saturday night. grandson, Ton the Bethel Colle and was playing. The Byron-Hardy Lutheran Group attended the Sin Tree in Grand at the Evangelical Free Coming up: Friday, Seni Pot luck; Saturday, clable pickup a.m.; Monday: board, fireman's meeting. Guide Rock By Wanda Schriner Christmas lights highlight the Adolph Eitzmann home in Byron. Many area homes are decorated for the holiday season. meeting. The Olive Hill Church Annual Christmas Program will be held Sun- day morning, Dec. 22, at 10:30 a.m. Carolyn Alley accompanied mem- bers of the Evangelical Free Church of Superior to Grand Island, Sunday. They attended the Singing Christmas Tree. Jerry Cool, York, visited his grand- mother, Zelda Schuster. Glenna Reling, Cawker City, was a Tuesday cafe dinner guest of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles in Beloit. Lacy and Miranda Ward accompa- nied Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer to Hastings, Saturday. Cheryl Wocmer, Carol Garman and Sandi France attended the Christmas Home Tour at Burr Oak Sunday after- noo. Roger and Carol Roe returned home Sunday evening after being houseguests of their daughter and son- in-law, Angle and Erik Hilgendorf, Eric, Zackary, McKenize, Halle and Ethan, Joplin, Me., for one week. Harold and Loma Wilton attended the Christmas Concert at the Mankato High School. Their granddaughter, Jenna Lee Harris, participated in the concert. Pauline Hanson, Oak, and Zelda Schuster had dinner at a Superior cafe and visited later in Zelda's home. Lorna Wilton attended the funeral service for her cousin, Delbert Lewis, Red Cloud. Thursday evening cafe dinner guests of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles at Mankato were Roger and Lynn Wilton, Richard and Gloria Garman- Schlaefli, and Chad Fogo. Saturday, Harold and Lorna Wilton visited Joe Becker at (he Madonna Rehabilitation Center, Lincoln. Joe is recovering from a truck-tractor acci- dent. Jerry Cool, visited a few days in the home of Twila, Tonya and Walker Cool. Visitors of WilmaAndrews the past week were Merna Lee Wester, Sharon Marlin, Mary Jane and Vernon Mohler, Lola Noble and Elsie Uplinger. Callers the past week at the Hasemeyer home were Walt and Jean Mayne, Melissa, Lacey and Miranda Ward, Joe Ann, John and Travis Rogers. Sunday visitors of Harold and Lorna Wilton were Wendy and David Harris, Burr Oak, Chad, Kimberly and Jordon Wherry, Smolan, Kan. Zelda Schuster called on Vera Dye. Several families in the community have their farmsteads lighted for the holiday season. Mar/ice Sullivan, Agent In the Vestey Center 449 N, Central Superior, Neb: 402-879-3377 Byron By Jean Creuse Celebrating Thanksgiving at the home of Steve and Verona Anderson and Zachary, Hastings, were Lindsay Anderson, Lincoln, Neb., Maurice and Connie Kniep, Kearney; Joel Kniep, Fort Dodge, iowa; Jay Kniep, Manhat- tan,Justin Kniep, Lincolu,Neb.,Wilber and Leers Knicp, Doug Kniep and,Ken and Rhea Kniep, Nicholas and Jacob, Hebron. Wilber and Steve's Novem- ber birthdays were also celebrated. Mr. arid Mrs. Laverne Heitmann attended the Singing Christmas Tree production in Grand Island Sunday evening. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Hcitmann hosted a Christmas dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Schardt, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Eliefernich, Kearney, Duffy, visited her sister. at Mankato Saturday. Saturday Janice Hartman Heather Hartman, Seward, dis University student. to Omaha t Schuyler, and their baby boy, William Sayer. He is intensive care unit. He early. Jon and Katrina Wul f, NelsOn, been vsmn neth ents, Kevin and Carol Wulf, trip to Las Vegas. Judy Temaat, Cameron al Lenexa, visited Thanksgi end with her parents, Wanda Langer. Kenneth and Letta Wul grandson, Jon Wulf Christmas program, mas' in Hastings Saturday Jim and Teresa Ri, and Earlem City, also attended the were around 100 children ing. ,. Attempt the impossible improve your work. F00f/71 Bl./feSl./ AUTO , HEAL TH COMMERCIAL FARM HOME i BlueCross BlueShield of Nebraska Farm Bureau represel.tatwes ate authorized health insurance agents of Blue Cross sad Blue Shield of Nebraska, a Not-For-Proht Mutual Insurance Company and an indepandaot Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. SanTa Says bave Tbe penFeCT qtlzr t:o00 evenyone!" Santa has found the perfect gift for his gift giving needs. A gift that just keeps on giving 52 weeks of the year. 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