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THE SUPERIOR EXPP.,ESS Th~y, Februaryl, 1973 Tony Schumm and Mrs. Harvey N in Superior Thursday morning. Ushers: Barbara Brown, Jo NRD Building Benker of Hastings and Mr. and (~)S Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- Dawn Gaston, VickiJons, Joan Nears Com Mrs. Myron Eitzmann. Later in dersen of Superior visited last Ann Troxal. the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Monday evening with Mr. and Tuesday, Study of the Book of In Davenport Edwin Michel and Carolyn, Mr. By Mrs. Clarence Jensby Mr. and Mrs. I~y Davidson of Mrs. Joe Konvalin. Romans, in the Fellowship hall, and Mrs. Maynard Michel and Rain moved into the area Nelson and Mrs. Brian Simms " Mrs. Dorothy Seever of 1:30 p.m. Study given by Mrs. Construction is By Mrs. Hubert Henry Moran, Mrs. Forrest Dillon and family of Johnson, Neb., Mr. Friday night turning to blowing and Andrea were dinner guests Superior called on Mrs. Star Peter Trucano. derway on a new Mr. and Mrs. Don Deika and Mrs. Bill Petersen. and Mrs. Kenneth Michel and snow Saturday and SaturdayThursday with Mr. and Mrs.Vale Sunday afternoon. Sunday, Feb. 4, Good located in the busine daughters went to BostwickSteve Hespen returned to his son of Lincoln joined them for night. Floyd Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin Samaritan Center services, 1:30 of Davenport for the ] Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. work in New Orleans, Ia., on Sunday evening lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Russell LangeTony, Troy and Eric Warrencalled on Mr. and Mrs. Jess p.m. Natural Resources Harold Delka and Doris. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and came to the Floyd Davidsonvisited Saturday night with Wilson last Monday afternoon, office. The Little Blue N Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen Mrs. Hubert Henry visited Mrs. Gayle Gunn visited Sun- home for the weekend but their their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell, whoSt. Paul Evnagelical was moved from Hi entertained Snnday evening at a with Mr. and Mrs. Einer day with Mrs. Ella Summer of shower, sponsored by the Mrs. Ivan Warren. Their was hospitalizedforafewdays Lutheran Church of Hardy: card party in honor of their Johanson in Republic Wed- Webber. Mr. and Mrs. MyronWebber WSCS, had to be parents came after them last week, was dismissed and Rev. Kent Morse, pastor. Davenport in early anniversary and Mrs. Glennnesday, lnterrnill joined them, honoring postponed Saturday night Sunday and had Sunday dinner returned home Tuesday. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday .and has ten:porar housed in the Jenni Edwards' birthday. The Those from a distance, whoMrs. Intermill's birthday,because of the blowing snow. in the Ivan Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hale of church school; 11:00 a.m.,Bank. The office ser following were present: Mr. and attended services for Mrs. Ora Mr. and Mrs. John Hespen Mr. and Mrs. Harlow WatsonMr. and Mrs. Jerry Kort and Hardy were dinner guests of morning worship. Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Hammett, were Mr. and Mrs.and family of Beatrice, Mr. and retrained last Thursday from Randy of Blue Hill and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Tuesday, 4:00 p.m., juniorparts of seven South family, Mr. and Mrs. GlennUdell Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Anderson of Nora, their trip west. They went to Mrs. Bradley Blair, Brandon last Tuesday evening, choir. Nebraska Counties wl~ the natural resource Mickelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Don Feghi and Melanie and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fry of Byron Denver where they visited their and Mindy of Hardy were Mrs. Fredrick Thomas called Wednesday, 4:30 p.m., Warren Rice is thG Corman and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mrs. Ken McKeever and and Steve Hespen of New daughter, Mrs. Don Pino, and Sunday visitors in the home of on Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Wilde in seventh and eighth grade manager. Edwards and family. Angela, aUofMcCook, Mr. and Orleans helped Bill HespenMr. Pino. They travelled by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair. Superior last Wednesday confirmation; 7:00 p.m., The new building, loc plane from Denver to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby evening. Singers of Today; 8:00 p.m., across from the D Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann, Mrs. Harold Hammett and celebrate his birthday last Sacramento where they visited were evening callers. Mrs. Gayle Gunn and her Diane of Fort Collins, Colo., Mr. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- senior choir. father, LutherErickson, visited and Mrs. Robert Badger of Kim Delka visited ThursdayMr. and Mrs. Don Bell of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth-well were dinner guests of Mr. Service, is being I over the weekend at the Roger Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. night with Kerry Corman. Dixie Gridley, Calif., for five days, child called on Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Purcell Friday WOITlalI'S CJub Kenneth Buckles. Eitzmann home in Sidney, Marion Gillilan of Glenvil. Delka was a Friday night guest returning to Denver where they Emmett Rothchild Friday evening. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry with Beth Jensby. Cindy Delka picked up their ear and morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herr- Meets Feb. 7 Jewell County Mrs. Bill Corman's father, enjoyed the program and joined them for Saturday returned home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. mann made a business trip to The Hardy Woman's Club will Postmaster's H. Truman Gunn, fell on ice going supper at Belleville Supper Club dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond,and Mrs. Floyd Davidson were Grand Island Friday. hold its regular meeting Dinner Meetim up town in Edgar Saturday and Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanham Rick and Becky and Mr. andMr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, broke his hip. He had surgery at Klaus Kolmai of Republic Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 1:30 p.m. Hastings Sunday. Mrs. Truman presented the program by and CindyofNora and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms JeweU county Fog Gunn accompanied Mr. and telling of their experiences on Mrs. Hugh Copas visited Mankato were supper guestsAndrea of Republic, Mr. and at the Community Hall. Mrs. and clerks met Jan. i Mrs. Bill Corman to Hastings their trip to Germany, Italy, Wednesday evening with Mrs. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Russell Lange of Glenn Mickelsen, program Town and Country Cat Earl Crandall. Appleby in Courfland. Manhattan, Emil Lange of chairman, will present County Oak for a dinner and Sunday. , Greece and various stops on the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Mankato and Frank Meeks of By Mrs. Preston Gunn Agent Marvin N. Sather, who meeting. Pastor and Mrs. Kent Morseway that began in July, 1972., visited Sunday afternoon with visited Mr. and Mrs. CecilGrand Island. Mr. Meeks Mrs. Bill Roe visited Mr. and will show a film, "Waters." Those present were~ and family visited Sunday and showing slides in color Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pedersen Lovewell and children in brought a two-year old stallion Mrs. C. W. Chadwick and Mrs. Bruce Corrick, evening with Mr. and Mrs. taken on their trip. Mr. Kolmai and family at Davenport. Superior Monday afternoon,for Mrs. Lange to take to Debbieof Omaha from Tuesday Hardy Chapter, O l:S Mrs. Kenneth Dodd, Harvey Petersen. was a native of Germany, so Wednesday, Jan. 24, PastorThey also called on Mr. and Manhattan to train and show. until Friday. Mrs. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Imler of this trip back home included Kent Morse attended the Mrs. A. W. Wilson. She had this horse and showed Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobsoninstalls Officers Mrs. Max Ball, Superior and Mr. and Mrs. both East and West Germany. Central District annual meeting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross and him as a yearling, and Elaine and Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Chapter, No. 323, Mrs. Quentin Ault of Frank Ebright visited Sunday Mrs. Thomas Sorensen in- of the Nebraska synod held in Mrs. Ivan Warren were in Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glen Aurand and Karen were in Order of the Eastern Star, held French of Jamestown wqrth Mrs. Zae Powers in vited Mrs. Jim Bruning, Mrs. the Bethany Lutheran Church in Salina Thursday. They had Jensby were supper guests Lincoln Wednesday on business, installation Tuesday evening, Mrs. Lyle Rafferty anq Republic. Virgil Petersen and Mrs. Glenn Axtell, Neb. Joe Pedersen dinner with Mrs. Richard Sunday evening with Mr. and Calvin also visited Mrs. Will with Clyde Washington, in-Mrs. Gait Colson of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny JensenEdwards to her home Friday of Clay Center visited Sunday morning for a celebra,tion in accompanied him. Mrs. Morse Courter. Mrs. Dwayne Ball of Mrs. Jim Jenshy and children. Lunt and Albert while they were stalling officer: Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. F and Kristy went with them to Salina was also a dinner guest. Sunday dinner guests at the in Lincoln. Washington, installing mar- Thomas of Webber, evening with his grandmother, honor of Mrs. Edwards birth- Funk, Neb., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- Gaylord Rothchild home were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter shal; and Mrs. Perry Gydeson, Mrs. Ralph Bohn Mrs. Harry Jensen. day and then they went to the Rev. and Mrs. David child called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- and family were Sunday dinner installing organist. Thelma Treffer of Je Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright, Superior for lunch. Nystrom. Stansbury at Formoso Wed- child, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Von Van The following officers were and Mrs. Robert She Mrs. Ralph Briggs and Mrs. E. Mrs. Hubert Henry The Community Club of nesday afternoon. Sisson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meter and Vonda. installed: Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, and Mrs. Alfred Cash ! G. Perry visited Friday evoning celebrated her birthday Hardy will meet Feb. 12. Gerald Shoemaker brought Elliott of Republic. They Steve Gunn visited last week worthy matron; Hugh Gillilan, Ralph Speigel of Ri with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hayes Saturday by watching the peace Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkeisen his Turner High School celebrated Jim's birthday,with friends in Hays. worthy, patron; Mrs. Hubert and Mrs. James in Superior. signing in Paris on tele- basketball team and his family Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and Henry, associate matron; Mr. and Mrs. Bud PI~ Ann Sweet and Leon Hobson vision. Saturday evening were Saturday guests of Mrs. to Concordia Friday. Mrs. :::::=--::=:---- .... sons were Wednesday evening Hubert Henry, associate andMrs~ Gary Garr~ came from Manhattan Fridayher son, Edwin, called from Ed Nelson. evening to spend the weekend in McPherson with his birthday The Bob Jensby family wentShoemaker and daughters, Webbe~r, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare patron;Keith Lance, Oak. to the Orval Meyer home atSheri and Gwen, visited her Osborne and Lisa. secretary; Jerome Kohl, Following the ] their respective homes, greetings, and her son, Herb, Ruskin Sunday night, whereparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mrs. J. E. Ayers stayed with treasurer; Mabel Crandall,Corrick who recent Mr. and Mrs. Don Gaston called from Lincoln with best they joined Mr. andMrs. Leslie Davidson, Saturday. The ByMrs. Harold Bothwell her parents, Mr. andMrs. John conductress; Mrs. Dorman was presented a went to Omaha Wednesday wishes from the family. Sunday Jensbyof Superior, the Laverne Shoemakers and the team left Mr. and Mrs. Glen Andreason Angle, in Superior Monday and Clark, associate conductress; Bohnert from the P( afternoon to attend the annual dinner in a Superior care was Mrs. Keith Lance, marshal;Each Postmaster re Agriculture Exposition, a grain, enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyer, family and Mrs. Vernon for their home in the Kansas and family were Sunday dinner Tuesday. Betten and sons of Ruskin and Cityarea, after the tournament, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pastor Peter Trucano, amusing incident feed and fertilizer convention. Wyatt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Henry Meyer of Deshler. The Saturday night. Mrs.Andreasen. Aurand and family were Sun-~ organist; Geraldine Kauffman, curred at each of They returned home Fl"i_day. Mrs. Lee Roy Hanson occasion was Ju]ie Meyers'Shoemaker called her mother Mrs. DOn Willett and children day evening supper guests of Adah; Mrs. Herbert Pedersen, offices. Mrs. Gaston's father, Cecil try, returned from the hospitalninth birthday. Sunday morning and said they of Superior visited Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Aurand Ruth; Mrs. Peter Trucano, All present signed came from Hebron to stay with Tuesday improved in health.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyatt hadn't arrived home ~ until with Mrs. Hillard Johnson. Both and children at Belleville. Esther; Mrs. Clyde card to be sent to Jo Dawn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mrs. Hansen prepared a birth- visited Sunday evening with the morning because of the blowing were coffee guests of Mrs. Joe ~ Washington, Martha; Mrs. Leece of Formoso. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bill day dinner, for Lee Roy Konvalin. Corman attended Thursday, Sunday, inviting Mrs. E. A. Merwyn Wyatt family in snow. Jerome Kohl, Electa; Mrs. Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler Rick Andreason is a member Albert Petersen, warder; and The black bear m ! returning Friday. Hansen to join the family Ezra OlsenandMr. and Mrs. were Tuesday evening supper of the Superior High School Dr. Molgard, sentinel, game animal Clair Henry visited Tuesday celebration. Lloyd Oisen went to Concordia guests at the home of Mr. and wrestling team. The team at-The Union Church of Hardy: Hosts for the evening wereoriginally found m tended the invitational Peter D. Trucano, minister. Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Clarkcontinental United, afternoon at the J. A. Rhoads The Bill Delka family were to be with Mrs. Oisen Monday. Mrs. Virgil Crumb at wrestling tournament at Beloit home. dinner guests at the Ted Delka Lola Mac has come to be with Jamestown. Church school, 10:00 a.m. and Miss Geraldine Kauffman. Bag limit o~n~-"~ Mrs. Ed Nelson visited family home in Guide Rock the family during her mother's Mr. and Mrs. Everett SweetFriday and Saturday. The team Mrs. Mabel CrandaU, Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night, of Hardy were Monday morning came home early Saturday superintendent. Confirmation in Nebraska is Hans Mikkelsen. They returned Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and illness. home with her and went to the I ri made a business trip to Pastor and Mrs. Roy Bensoncoffee callers at thehome of Mr. evening to avoid being stormed for junior high at 10:00 a.m.; One of the most common possession limit is of Grace Lutheran Church in and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. in in Beloit. morning worship, 11:00 a.m. hybrid crosses of fish found in " A tlatterer-Ls"a hospital to see their brother, Hastings Tuesday. Lincoln called at the Clyde The Lovewell TOPS Club metThe community shower for Sermon "Paul, the Roman." ~_ebraska is the offsp "rin.g. of the your inferior, or William Riber, who is im- An old American elm tree was proving, cut down this week in front of Cramer home after services for at the home of Mrs. Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange, Anthem by the men's chorus, bluegill and green sumisn, so. Warren Fuller, son of Mr. and the Union Church. The men of William Sorenson. Blair Tuesday morning, which was to have been held Mr. and Mrs. Darell RhoadsMrs. Roy Jensby, Nancy andSaturday evening, was post- Mrs. Danny Fuller, has the church took time off from went to Hastings Sunday at, Gwen were in Salina Wed- poned because of weather received his discharge from the their busy schedule to help haul ternoon to visit their daughter, nesday on business, conditions. Navy, and is at home again, it away. Rick Andreasen attended a 4- Mrs. Albert Petersen of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- Mrs. Marion Gillilan of child were dinner guests at the H junior leaders meeting in Superior visited Tuesday with and Nets Serensen went to Glenvil visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild home at Mankato Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hubert Henry. TuesdayLincoln Friday to get Mrs.Einar Martens and enjoyed Mankato Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence evening they attended Eastern Sorensen. They had lunch with Behrends were Sunday evening Wednesday lunch with her Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Star. Mrs. Petersen then spent the Arlo Hansen family in the night with Mrs. E. A. Lincoln, then went to Beatrice Hansen. where they celebrated Mrs. B. Mrs.Exal Zoltenko and Mrs. A. Eddy's birthday and Einer J. A. Rhoads went to Falrbury Hansen's anniversary. Mr. and Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lee Hansen of Colorado parents. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Martens visited Friday af- ternoon with Mrs. Martin Petersen in Superior, while Mrs. Darell Rhoads visited with Mrs. Dean McGowan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy P, hoads of Superior visited Sunday af- ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kleckner. John Kaldahl Is Homemaker Of Tomorrow Ralph Andrea. S .'..ngs were also in Beatrice, Henry Wtttke of Byron en- vmiting Mrs. Eddy, and they tered the Samaritan Center in joined in the celebration. Superior Wednesday. The quilters at Mrs. Guy Mrs. Eldon Momberg of Loop's home this week were Superior, Mrs. Beanford Hoyer, Mrs. Morton Jensen, Mrs. John Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen and Bouray and Mrs. Joe Calder. Pastor Kent Morse met with The Never Idle Club that Mrs. Ed Nelson Thursday to originated north of town years Rick and Becky had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond and Richard in Mankato Tuesday evening. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKee in Superior. Mrs. Glen Andreasen was a coffee gust of Mrs. Dee Swihart make plans for their Christian ago have charter members Service for the year. scattered over the county. Hardy Public School's 1973 Will be on track about Feb. 14-16 Mrs.J.A.RhoadsvisitedwithThose attendingthemeetingat Betty Crocker Homemaker of $2=00 per bale Mrs. Alvira Rogers in Superior the home of Mrs. Ova Sehultz in Tomorrow is John Kaldald. Tuesday morning. Ruskin last Thursday were Mrs. Selected by score in a written Mrs. E. A. Hansen and Mrs. P. C. Molgard, Mrs. Herbert knowledge and attitude When taken off car Vernon Hill visited Wednesday Pedersen, Mrs. Gayle Gunn, examination taken by both afternoon with Mrs. Edna Mrs. Keith Lance, Mrs. Glen senior boys and girls on Dec. 5, $2.25 later Roper to celebrate her birth- Pedersen and Mrs. Hugh Copas Kaldahl will receive a speciallyOrders taken for reservations day. Mr. and Mrs. Delbertfrom Hardy. designed award from General -- -----.--- Roper took Mrs. Roper to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hoyer Mills, sponsor of the annualSupersweet ._,,_ ; ._ Superior for supper Wednesday and family were Sunday dinner Betty Crocker Search for American Homemakers of 37 Percem [I evening, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Tomorrow. In addition, Kaldahl Mrs. Ezra Oisen entered the Hoyer. hospitalinConcordiaThursday. Mr. andMrs. PaulFerguson remains eligible for state and BID( ks Latest report is that she will be of Greenfield, Iowa, are here national honors. This is the first Lr having surgery Monday. visiting his brothers, Wayne, year boys were eligible to Visitors at the Jce Train home and family and Albert in the participate. Plastic Wrapped this week were Pastor Peter hospital. Latest reports are that L , Trucano on Tuesday, Mr. and Albert is recoverlmg slowly. Mrs. Vernon Day entertained Mrs. Ed Nelson and Mrs. E. A. Hansen Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eitz- mann of Omaha visited over the weekend in the Oscar Eitzmann home, coming to help Wayne celebrate his birthday. Friday night guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eitzmann and Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moeiler and sons. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Eitzmann, Mrs. Mrs. Gaylord Train of Superior Wednesday, Mrs. Hubert Henry on Sunday and Friday evenings and Mrs. Duane Snyder Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hale were dinner guests at the Harold Bo'thwell home Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Nelson was a guest Friday in Ruskin of her sister, Mrs. John Kaldahl, for dinner and then they went quilting for Mrs. Ova Sehultz with Mrs. Art la PHOTOGRAPHY o weckUap Portraits Anniv~-sari~ Graduation SUPF~IOR, NEBRASKA Open Tues., Thurs., FrL 122 E. 4th--Plmne 879-3@94) .+ EDGAR, NEBRASKA Open Mon., Wed. SaL Phone 224-M00 Yellow l ,,,, r flail l -- ,, 50,000 Units Vitamin A Per Pound 8,000 Units Vitamin D Per Pound $2.00 Discount in Ton Lots Supersweet Beef and Dairy OCTOOmq ~uvWVV$ Still at Oct. 1st. 1972 :,,,,., $ tO It lZ t3 14 ItS tcJ IF 18 I03m ~ booking prices ~V 3#3S ........ $35 to $45 per Ton 30 Percent Range Cubes $104.00 Per Ton FEED & GRINDING SERVICE ON-THE-FARM GRINDING AND BULK FEED DELIVERY Call Collect.-Phone 279-346$ Hardy, Nebr. _ i H III in Hardy, Neb., starting at I o'clock, on !Je Washer and dryer Coffee table Utility cabinet Kidney-shaped chair Kitchen table and 5 chairs 3 Occasional chairs Hotpoint refrigerator Floor lamps Black and white portable TV 5 Chests of drawers Large oil heater Step table Console sewing machine 2 Single beds, springs Desk, blonde finish China closet and desk com- bination, old Lounge with vibrator and heat (charred) 2 Pole lamps 2 Rocking chairs mattresses Double bed, spring and tress 3 Dressers (one charred) Night stand Music cabinet, wood Vacuum sweeper Window air conditioner Table Humidifier e 3 Book shelves Torro lawn mower Sofa bed Many other items ! sl Several pieces of this furniture has been damaged by fire and| are buying und ions. - - ASS ! Terms: C'ash'. 1No property removed until sefl-led G I Not responsible for accidents. O A. H. Kottmeyer, Auctioneer Hardy State Bank,