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January 13, 1983

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Thursday, January 13, 1983 THE SUPE'"*'R EXPRESS 3A @ nts . Features mu ts II i II wre. l iora L ocal l ews II e Superior Express pol cy e oca ws e surgL." j) farmer degrees Thursday---- / i If you are planning a wedding or anniversary, youwill | The Superior FFA Chapter Nebraska~choalFood Friday. By Mrs. Warren Stlles cruise and Kennedy Space t want to know what The Superior Express policy is on such | LuncfiWeek day afternoon and supper Center. . events, evening in the Vo Ag Depart- Jan 17-21 nltt,, ni=h t8 of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Amy Frahm, Lincoln, is i The Express will publlah engagement announcement | f e ment Seven members were Monday, Jan 17, Cornhusker and sons were Mr and staying this week in the Dale i and wedding photographs and aecompaning infornmtion | Sunday at the church basement, jonn ann Angeu Su __ y awarded the Chapter Farmer Days: Big Red Burger, Goal Wed'n'~i~'. Marvin Thayer and Frahm home. Mr. and Mrs. j without charge. The pictures may include just the bride or I Saturda evenin ,visitors in a~zernoonguesmox~ars verm Y g " Degree. This honor is the Post Fries, Side Line Markers, ----!ghters, Nelson Frahm and Mr. and Mrs. Don| both members of the wedding couple. Wedding pictures i the home of Mr and Mrs. Bill Roe, Superior Sunday dinner guests of Mr. highest a local chapter can Pore Pore Desert. Quarter Back arksr" and Mrs. Earl Lanham Gebers were Saturday evening i should be published as soon after the marriage ceremony | Kimmmau, Stanley, Susan and ............ e hom -de weekend guests of Mr. and coffee guests in the Ron Porter I as possible. They will not be published mote than four | "- ~" a-d ~"~ ~P'h aria Mrs. vernon omer were award. Punch. Da~,=w~,,,,. , ....... v ................ Members earning the Tuesday, Jan 18, Agriculture ..... . ... r=stor ano ars .ooert Alnln. on Knoell Mike Lanham and family, home after the basketball weeks after the service. If requested, the photographer | v, lmmmau ann xam,y, ~n~tt'~ ~rd. game. and M Cberri and Becki, Superior, and recognition were Bob Board- Day: Oven fried chicken, baked | will normally provide a black and white photograph | Mankato, and Mr ....... rs. . man, Barry Blackstone, Jim potatoes withsour cream, green ....... and Mrs. Max Lanham Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer suitable for newspaper reproduction shortly after the | Darrell Hyde and family, Pete KingLlndependence, Moi Sun rior , rs. uena ttoe anu Keifer, Shon Blair, Gary beans, homemade bread and ~s Ar~-ed Julius Jensen at and Julie were Sunday of- T wedding. | f'. it H liburah Rosemary Hasemeyer attended Hasemeyer, Rich Rlsewick and butter, apricots, milk. ,entsi"~I~Stone Memorial Nuckolls ternnon visitors of Marlin and | Though The Exprf=as does not charge for publishing | ~,rs, last ~ty Hospital Saturday af- Lisa Meyer. ~ the pictures and storie.:, there is a considerable expense | . ...'",'L4--~s:"-~..-~--~s"~-- r~,,-~,~-" the covered dish dinner at the Jerry Smock. ' Wednesday, Jan. 19, Heap Big loon. Sunday evening Margaret Williams and Pat involved. As a result of . !fis expense, space preference is | S ans=bm' "near B'ur'r Oak First Presbyterian Church, The degree requires the in- Chief Day: Pawnee steak, ~:' ~S in the Lanham home Thayer attended the Ruskin | given to those couples wh, ~are purchased their wedding | Friday"'" Superior, Sunday. dividual to lead group TeePee potatoes wrapped in Jeff Ja~Mr. and Mrs. Berness Woman's Club meeting t invitations, programs ano other supplies from ThatEx- | ~._,~'o .......... ~,--.da.Brooke Hansen was honored discussion for 15 minutes, earn deer skin, Sioux squaw corn, ,era ~...m~t~r w~ ~ r~ ~ on her llth birthda,, Frida,, at at least $50 through their war bonnet, Apache juice visite~er. Thursday evening, press. nd Mrs ~t. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. -Richard Wulf ~ Anniversary pictures of the couple only are published ~ overnight guest of Katie +~.~ I...,. o _ " ._ ~.d Sullivan, Superior. u ........ e o.~ ner parenus, ~ar. S.O.E.P. and exhibit Thursday, Jan .20, Pioneers ...... of and Mrs. Hansen. Several parliamentary proceedure Along The Oregon Trail; Chuck ,, ' Dufer were Tuesday and sons were Wednesday with a report of the observance. There is a charge for | onoay supper guesm .............. skills, wagon stew, maize Lorna McCutcheon were Mr ....... rolls, butter, buffalo cookie, and""l ng visitors of Mr. and Mrs. evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. | anniversary invitations or any other type of invitation | ox her nuenns atzenaea a on-ro- und Rick H rriS and nay party m ner nonor, uec y Other chapter business in- ackson,- P Schleufer and family. Don Gebers, Dave and Tom. | which is published in the "You're Invited" column on i ....................... na ~imhm-b, ~- ~,a M,~ T~v tlansen was a Fnoay a cluded National FFA Week,range co~ cooler, prairie bits of remv S, dayeveningvisitrswere Coffee guests after the game at | page2. ____ in. | Sat urdayovernigi tguestofl r State officer visitation, State gold. ~o!:~~eDorf~m~enhn;~:t.~ ~H~S~,n~ ~ Convention applications and Friday, Jan. 12, Wild Bill All wedding, engagement and anniversary " d ..... "-"' uncle aria aunt, ann rs. formation must be received in writing by 4 p.m., Monday "I C ' ,krnft Gene Dybdahl, Omaha. Sunday District FFA contests. The Cedy Day: Buffalo Bill burgers, ! for inchmiou in that week's newspaper, an'd"l rs.'"B"l'an'c'h'e-Pen-n'er] Mr. and Mrs_ D!x Han sen, membership also distributed cheese, wild horse stampede, tturdav ller. Saturday afternoon and Mrs. Steve Gebers, and Mrl ^ Tk .... an..bnannon ann urooge were m 1983 farm census posters in the sharp shooter peas, buckin Mankato, were -=-o,, s .... , ,.,.... c, .... community this past week.horses, bulls eye, lariat rope. Lonnie Jones and Jennyand Mrs R er Wulf Adella callers at the home of Mr. and ...... _Mrs. Gary Frost and Gebers joined them for the for recreation. (,i=,.o rmnsen, wnonasoeenserloumy ,sts ofen, Nelson, went to afternoon. 'H'4 | I i Next meehng wall be parentJoby .......... ........... dl the past week at the Bishop- to a,-Tom and Jerry L.w= were overn g., g.., o, Om h: Lyle n Mrs. Jones went towere those from here who WebberWldeAwake Mr and Mrs Tom Rathbun and Matthew Schuster. " ................ : ......... con to visit her grand- Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey returned to their classes at the Brooke on her 11th birthday at her, Mary Shafer, and Wlth University of Nebraska, Lm- wa.. .... t.o club and Chris," Mankato, were home of Mr. and Mrs. tors, Mr. and Mrs. Bob coln, Sunday afternoon after the b ---7 | :~l, York. Mrs. Cossel m hohday vacation .............. l' I'~O~~~, Sunday supper guests of his ~yvu~,. . .... Norman l . . was called to order at 7.30 y O ,'=rents Mr and Mrs Robert unaay evemng alter cnurcn mrren ~ John=' ~^,t. ....... " ........ t:mmy rurceu, presmem, r~o ~ 1 ! .... ~ -~ ~_ .' " " guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ! urday f : ...... Mr. ann Mrs. walt ggers call was answered by a funny .......... --- m-v y. . . Alvin Epley and Mr. and were Sunday evening visitors of m .....h ..... a Admissions: ElmerPaul, on,dM Rill R'immirmu Molder were Mrs. Ke]th Barry LaKe n E n and .............................. .~t~"=..'~.'="- v"~'=~="~,,-~'"'~o'T~J and Philip, Ruskin, Pastor and _. ;J dd Epley, Etha Mr andMrs WalsterWilhams ............... ent Hardy; John Scrnggm,Oak; ...... ~ ............................. ~ ._. e uneyv w in " " leauer wer~ pr~ . . .. '..~ ere weekend guests Mrs Don Bargen took Mr ...................... iven J~mmy Hartman, Hazel J. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony ~rs;.tto~rt A.ioln,.~errl.ana .IVlrs ;~ 0 " . UlllCer~ r~[.K~rt~ w~t: ~. . .... :. ~,me of Judy Oltmans and and Mrs. Eflert Bargen to ~-om~, p,,,.,.==l! ,sv~ ~ l~m~r's Statz, Lena Hoeltmg, Roy Kimminau near Guide Rock tmcKh bupenor, t-'ere Itmg, ............... ~ ..... ~" ........... r Sunday Independence, Mo., and DanU "A 'Utt mOR[ 87 -363 s[rr cess 7 JS nV.--TOTAL SO0V I0. Lincoln, and to emit Hastings Saturday for a ,h oh -n i ted of a Zesgler, Nelhe Ze gle, m,., f ...... v ................. r " Shaw, Concordia. I ao, amdy members. Alwn nted cal appointment. Sunday ,ore ....,,- =h ,ino KathryneMeyer, Nelson, Oma is assisting with some afternoon visitors of Mr and Earl, Joy Hoyer, Henry S. Brooke Wilton, Superior, was Mrs. Mitchell Woerner and SAL].. )halo tst . " Llvesv0CK at me state ~m a a .... _~ in the Oltmans home. Mrs. Eflert Bargen were Mrs. ,~o ,~ tn ~nnw n-tuber of Barton, Matthew P. McDonald, a Friday supper guest of Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, jr, SU "' a ........................... Meggin Schuster. Later in the recently received the word of , " n ..... ndMrs. Bill Lynch were Gary Tordrup and Chris. , .... to,, tt, i will he Katherine Sulhvan, Lomse evening Meggin was an over- the death of their consin, LeRoy Sunday supper gusets of..., e , Mr. and Mrs. Orin Dillon, ne'er'. ...... " ..... Ahrens, Joseph W. Wyatt, Clark. night guest of Brooke at the Russell, Ponca City, Okla. .... d~ Colhns, Nelson. Edgar, were Saturday af ........ o'lec" for the Anderson, Floss~e Wait, ,pltal, 1-" . . . l'ne eLUD Will C I [ ,. ~ ....and Mrs. Alwn Epley, ternoon vis ters of Christule and Clarence Tyler, John Todd, home of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau, i r.,v~ u,,t T ...................... Mrs. Richard Wilton. ' Stanley, Susan and David :_ helma Newton, Nelson, Jones. Sunday afternoon Mrs. ~+o~o ?,wnshim Superior. Mrs Judy Oltrnans and Jones accompanied Marvin and ...... .. ...... Dismissals" Cheryll Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krceger, visited Mrs. Ted Kimminau, fir " ~nannon nansen ~avc a " Byron, were Friday visitors at who resides at the Good J~~= ~1~ ~ ,~~S / , en, Lincoln, were NewHelen Thayer, Nelson, to ................... and baby daughter, Delbert ~"s " r . project m~Z am)u[ ms vrant~u~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Samaritan Home, Nelson, Day dinner guests of M . Carleton to attend memorml t,,,fo Wnrm ,sv Massa, Ronald Springer, Additional SAVIN6S ~] rs. Edd Epley and family, services for Bess Left, formerly in'",~="~r=t~,~ t=u. ,,n ]Rrc~n Rwig.e Dean, Effie Burgess, Besme Roe, John and Angels. Thursday evening. F' and Mrs Jerry Gregory, of Carleton Enroute home they :~eni~'""e~r'oll"m-n~-"= =- Troudt, Good Samaritan Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, jr.,Janice Hasemeyer was a a . ae ty e . t;lnay [lCOi :nd Chris, L ttleton, Colo., were supper guests of Mr. and v, .... it a~v,~ ~ d rnnn tratian Center, LeonaRust, OmarEarl, called on Mrs. Bert Ackiey and Friday evening guest of Julie ON 81 0 nnoI DDHN o ( - .j Donna Bartels, Deslder,Mrs. Arlo Thayer and Jessica. ~.'-.~'~'~:'~,,:-~u~.lY~a-r~: Matthew McDonald, Joseph W. Mrs. Ed Jacoby, Superior, and Michael Strickland. ,eeKoy ruF recent guests of Mr. and _ . _ "~,"'~~,,~,,=~"~,.fi,d,~t,~ in Wyatt, Alice Jones, Superior; Friday afternoon. Sherry Headrick, Jewell, and ..,='~~'~c~ e [ne ma ........... P. ..... v----~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Molder, Brian Koester, Cawker City, la~. BIll Kottmeyer. ~0clal ecunty __ ~,: ..... ,..~..~ ....... Andrea Schultz, Elmer Pau, 0r~se~ 500/0 =r Mech~r .......... ~. um,~c.~ ,,o ..... ~ ....................... ,, 'LArd""Formoso, were Friday visitors were Sunday afternoon visitors - , ano Mrs. L;larence . .. . . .. ____ .L_ "r-'- .Im ~Ott, kIl|l r ll/ -rl ~, ;uperior,~ers went to Hebron representatlve tsrooze~ansen~t~.$~uup AarronDoyle, EvelynBargen, ofMr. andMrs. VernonMohler. ofMrs. DellaRoe. ]~|~\ Sweaters Of| k !ay.a ernnon to vmR her here ]Jan. ....... at ,,,, ,ma far me Nelson; John Scregl n, Oak. I ents, Mr, and Mrs. Herman ............. : ............... i! DA] , . vows ben The lJastings Social Secu ty , _ ............... , t Colo~[ll-'and Marian Kottmeyer representative will be in ,1,. " ~~'40'/O 0" All Cords and I jeSunday guests for a pre- Superior at the Security nil ~ dk q~.~A~Dq s are liV~y dinner and supper of National Bank CommUnity III 1 ll I ll - :' Jr. Blouses ( the br'~and Barbara Sholtz, Guide Room Thursday, Jan. m. The III m "Im. -~ Leslie ~k. Otberguests tobelpMrs hours are from I0 a.m. to 12 ]it ~" --'' " ~i aturdal Jan. I I .,,,. Suede Suits a0%0"' igr.0m. ~eyer celebrate her Jan. 11 noon. III Morris ~y were Mark and Eileen .I '" "--'"---'--'" '---- " = II --'i Ily n.t , =oo/,0. .,., . Kearney, Randy I a Ends Tnursnavi '' d lfl, i 0 ogers rzorartd~,ic~ nd Vl~l,~ ~m I P 'e Garvin. Nelso 1on .a Creepshow. ]tt Sholtz, Guide I , Ill " - n 9:oo p.m. to 1:oo a.m. - r. and Mrs Alfred Meyer . ' ~ , Matching Separates Up to 60% Off ' ,rvice rl r. andM DaleFrahm I Starts Friday Jill dOKel ann . Dec. 27 and returned home l ',axles Clu "0"""""""'"' n. wd] from a bus tour that took l i ~ II ill 8"30 nm to 12"30 am "- ..... -'- .................. ~[ speo~ to Disney World, Epeot 1/ . - I I I!1 " ..... Irougl Lady ter,er, TheNashville'Arch at St. CitrUSLouis, l[ Ill B- ' . Register for $,00.00Sorin9 S;'eeiloS s rangeBowlgume. ajungle i/ roken Spoke / Superior, Nebraska Gift Certificate Give. By Oette's be Frid~-- I I, oomw ,d P,ctures 'ocil III ,..L.Z.-, ] Guests With Members Welcome With Every Purchase of $10.00 or More _ ;) nursday, January13,1983 " . ........ n II! r'tMOl%lll I~I~U/C:IO~ u ~mmm Drawing Feb. 14. Valentine's Day ' eacn Express post office pubi ca- 1 Saturaay mauneu p,m, 1 II! ........ .... ............ and usPsooo. . ~oo, ._oo~_ ..__.._.. .... .... ,,. T.. ,,,. ' """'"""""' "" "'""'""" : AINC',I~ 33~t~'~ ~erv wi[ ,- Year. three years for $2700 Day- 1 ........ I [I ' , , )re lnfnrll[,~ a~vance in Nebraska and Kansas And Airplane II:beqUel I tsv'I3~JS~:r~y,e,arrthreeyearsfr$3300 1 Onen7.15pm. 1 ~ - ~k~e~ 402 Centrat ~" ~'~tS - me United States twenty Tlve IP " * also co|? ,.., s,.,,~ co~ Second class -~howtime 7"30 p,m. I tA/... &,,~ I~ 1.1~. ~ ,~ ~ Superior, Neb, -~ Corne~geva'~atsuoer'or,Nebras"aPub" ............ -- VV/:IL~II U'U[ " ~l'fl" ..... a, ]4~ t:ast.,,r .... eel -- lib il~ . ,, .. ' Jan, I ~~,~.~;~ esclayC"Neb'sska6S978~=< , I II Ha,S !1 rurtner ue[a.s un Irday, Famiiy i i " -- -- " ............. ~ ~ -- ~ "~~ ~'~f : ..... ~.. on Cli~C 1,111 S ~ . . ... ion cii ,.l ~ ,,o ~ _ i u rnaal I Ilman ;day, j~{1 .,~atr, .).c, ,.... pat , 9 p.m. to I a.. Distinctive 4p.m. it qewHonrsToAcomodnte _t mm [illSillF O, =W C ily The Working Peonle I " r ~cated ~ wTuesdays. 9:00 am. to g3O p m. "--" . MeM '~nesclays. lO:OOa.mtoT:uupm i ..a.,, ,lk . /G/ Hf nit J nursOays. 10:00 a.m. to 7.'00 p.m I mum = r- :,-. tn~ d ~aturdays, 9:00 am. ,0 3.'00 pro. m to 4'00 m Superior, Nebraska .ry monp ~.VU ~,~- Pat and Mickl Karstingb 406 Central - Superior, Ne . Pkone. 40~-879-4466 iat~ ' -,I,M, -~nme ntS Proformd ..... -ms We ..... STUCK - " " .nd~,o. Whatever Happened to the ] t Mrs L and" ~Our Human Race? i is -, ~ ~ eD~sodes, approximately 50 minutes each, will be shown | A~tTIN ! tne Lady Vesty Room, Leslie Hotel. I ~i~g~ 2--Slaughter of the Innocents...the growing practice of infan- m of born bab,es) and endorsement of th,s phenomena m ,~]~" medical profession is documented. N Nonday, Jan. 31, p.m. n 7:30 ~a de 3-Death by Someone's Choice...examines in proohetic.terms m r' CUrrent nted elderly m our iopeers ~tOcie. trend toward euthanasia and the unwa m ~ting ~; w. I ,4 H ClO~ "" " - monaay, Feb, 14, 7:30 p.m. I y Kevi~l,- Ode 4--The Basis for Human Dignity...the viability of the Christian I led tJl~" ~rernshve to abortion infanticide and euthanasia is presented, m and -- '- ; ,' tPtsod monaay, Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m. i vere i e 5 Truth tement of the foundahons -,-..~f th.-- ^ --and History...a creat~e sta ' m Jnlru~t ,,= ~osDel from the time of the giving of the law of Moses to the time J me earl c A s~m le et strong ed ro]J ~rea.... Y hurch. A fitting capstone to this series. " P ' Y I Got Ill/~:r '~m?tlon of the only real solution to man's problems, m abets v alliS A S iloso her and author One :. .-~OIp- Chaeffer--Theo,ogian, ph' P " l .on..~=~wor,d.~ most respected thinkers. His careful analysis of Westernm O[ [0 ~s develo m he result of 45 years of .IwJ~t.._ . P ent and future direction is t I ,r %.S,ve Study I eve n eneral a are.l C ris., rett knop, M.D.'-Recent y appointed surgeo g , I gs and ~ ,,an Dhysician recoontzed as one of the world's mos~ prominent I talks, he has spent aliTetime studying the trends of man's view of I was...,~1"1~.*1~ .... a medical perspective. ---- I ~ts W la ."' nted FREE for the benefit of the entire communltlf ! ana liuckolls County Interfaith Coalition for Life. I Veterans Hall Red Cloud, Nebraska Supermr LKS CLUI turday, Jan. Music By Freed 5-piece Band Top SirlOin and Prime Rib Specials Full Menu With Salad Bar Pick Them Up At The Club S;;v;nj " ;on ;_'u;c;&'" gh Friday i 6uesits Witih Memberiiii~s Welcmiii~e , ISKm (:(I MUNiTY HA Ruskin,-- Nebraska hu sdaV,mJan. p, Proce ecls To NORA RODEO ASSOCIATION i STATIONERY ! " INVITATIONS and i J - ANNOUNCEMENTS , NAPKINS BRIDAL BOOKS . ACCESSORIES .. f Beautiful Styles, - , Reasonably Priced! 148 East T ird St, perio. Neb