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--~ BTHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 15, 1973 News. . By Mrs. Hubert tlenry Pastor and Mrs. Peter 2Trucano were dinner guests at the Martin Dahl home Sunday. Pastor and Mrs. Kent Morse, Sheri and Kristy were guests at the Oscar Eitzmann home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl *went to North Platte Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Erroll Kohl. They all went on to Torrington, Wyo., to see Viola Kissier and Eunice Kohl. The Bill Delka family en- tertained Doris Delka of . Bostwick and Mrs. Ed Sims of .Superior at dinner Saturday. .Saturday supper guests were :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delka and ,Kevin of Lincoln. Sunday the '..Bill Delkas family were guests .of Mrs. Harold Delka in Bost- wick for dinner. Mrs. Ed Nelson visited Mrs. Sigmund Bruns in the hospital in Superior Wednesday and her brother, Bill Riber, at his home. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen went to Beatrice on business Thursday. Mrs. E. M. Leigh went to Springfield Thursday to spend a week in the Bob Leigh home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Hill are moving to Hastings in the near future, as he is employed there [lOW. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rashleigh were dinner guests at the Stafford home Wednesday in honor of Orland Stafford's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Etmore of Polo, Mo., came to the Hugh Copas home Friday to spend the weekend, visiting friends in the community. They returned to their home Sunday afternoon. Relatives received word last week of the death of Mrs. Howard Whiting in her home at San Juan Capistrano, Calif., on Jan. 23. Her husband preceded her in death in March, 1970. Mrs. Danny Fuller spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs, Jens Hoyer and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen. Dana, Kent and Carol, children of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stenson, spent Saturday evening at the Martin Dahl home. Jo Dawn Gaston visited Thursday evening with Katherine Brown, helping each other celebrate their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and family and Mrs. Elmer Townsend went to Red Cloud Sunday to visit the Willa Cather museum, only to find it closed for the season. Latest report from Russell Hale at Oklahoma City, is that he has bad a few bad days but is recuperating nicely at this time. He walked a few steps on Tuesday, and is having therapy. Mrs. Bill Wright of CordeR, Okla., went home Wednesday. gon, Creighton, arrived by plane to see his father Monday night but bad to leave Tuesday noon. Creighton had been in California on business, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer, Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Molgard, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen were among those attending the funeral services for Theodore Hansen in Ruskin Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Vernon Day, Mrs. Gayle Gunn and Mrs. E. A. Hansen were T~esday evening guests of Mrs. Ed Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gillilan of Glenvfl and Mr. and Mrs. Darell Rhoads were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Einar Martens. The occasion was Mrs. Gillilan's birthday. In the afternoon they all went to the Harvey Petersen home to visit, and in the evening they visited in the Hugh Gillilan home. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Train of Superior took Mr. and Mrs. Joe Train to Superior Wed- nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Train had been in Lincoln on Tuesday. Dan Corman spent the weekend at home from the University of Nebraska, Lin- coln. Mrs. Greg Birrell of Republic and Mrs. Mac Bouray went to the Red Cloud hospital Thurs- day afternoon to see the new baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel of Superior. Mrs. Ezra. Olsen returned from the Concordia hospital Friday afternoon. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Olsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benson of Garland, Neb., and Art Cramer of Wahoo came Saturday to spend the weekend at the Clyde Cramer home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirk had intended to come too to celebrate her birthday, but they decided to go to Arizona to visit his brother. Anthony Gritten, who has been staying with Archie Persinger, returned to his home in Republic Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara, the Glenn Edwards family, Tommy Sorensen, jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards and Lisa were Sunday evening guests at the Jim Miller home. The occasion was to celebrate Kevin's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller took their supper with them to help Claudia Miller of Nelson celebrate her belated birthday Sunday. Mrs. James Spivey and Paulette of Smithfield, Texas, visited from Friday until Sunday with the Don Delka family. Mr. and Mrs. Rex V. Bixby, jr., of Costa Mesa, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby Saturday night. In the picture last week of the sixth grade stamp collectors, the name of Barbara Brown was omitted, she was holding the 20,000 stamp sign in the left panel. Mrs. Vic Harvey of Republic had a light heart attack Thursday. She was admitted to the Superior hospital on Friday and is reported improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby visited her in the hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby went to Belleville Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. Lyle Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hajek and Mr. and Mrs. William Thalken and Kenneth of Clarkson, Neb., parents of Mr. and Mrs. Run Hajek, Hardy coach, spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman visited Truman Gunn in the Hastings hospital Saturday, and again Sunday evening. He is recuperating satisfactorily at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Dan and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara were Sunday dinner guests at the C. R. Ed- wards home to celebrate Mrs. Kenneth Edwards' birthday. Margene Pedersen was home from the University this weekend. Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara, Mrs. Einer Hansen, Mrs. Bill Corman and Mrs. Truman Gunn visited Truman Gunn in the hospital at Hastings Wed- nesday. Mrs. Bill Corman ac- companied Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen and Ken to Hastings Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Momberg in Superior. Reason 11. Our average fee for over seven and a half million customers last year was only about 12 dollars. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 120 WEST 4TH SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA OPEN 9.6 MON, THRU SAT. PH. $79-3311 Monday evening they called on Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Petersen in Republic. Kristy Morse spent Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Petersen while her parents, Pastor and Mrs. Kent Morse, went to Concordia hospital to visit Mrs. Ezra Olsen. Thursday evening they visited Mrs. Thomas Petersen in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen of Clay Center, Neb., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas called Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening they called on Mrs. Bonnie I~tt and then went to visit Mr. and Mrs. Emil Abelbeck. in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Henry and Blaine of Lincoln came Saturday night to visit over- night with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert tienry. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Train Saturday evening. Mrs. Ed Nelson and Mrs. Vernon Hill went to Mankato Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray and-Mr, and Mrs. Norman Stenson spent Saturday evening with the Dwayne Dahl family. Mrs. Ed Nelson and Mrs. E. A. tlansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Zoltenko went to Hays, Kan., on Friday to attend a wedding of a cousin. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. Dean Van Ornam and Kimberly came on the bus from Custer, S.D., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Van Ornam met them at Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Slaughter of York came to visit them Sunday afternoon. Clare Henry was a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritsen of Republic called on them Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hansen were Saturday evening visitors at the Howard Young home in Republic. They went on to Salina on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Martens were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Albert Petersen in Superior. Mrs. Martin Petersen and Mrs. Thomas Petersen called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snyder of Davenport called on Mrs. J. A. Rhoads Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Loop and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart were dinner guests at the Daryl Allington home last Thursday evening. The occasion was Mrs. Loop's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Loop telephoned their best wishes Saturday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark of Lake Oswego, Ore., telephoned their greetings Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Addis Jensen of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen were dinner guests of Mrs. Ed Nelson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pedersen and Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Molgard visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Olsen. St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hardy: Rev. Kent Morse, pastor. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday church school; 11:00 a.m., morning worship. Wednesday, 9: 00 a.m., all-day work day for Lutheran Christian Women and women of the church. Noon luncheon will be furnished. 4: 30 p.m., seventh and eighth grade confirmation; 7:00 p.m., Singers of Today; and 8:00 p.m., senior choir. The Union Church of Ilardy: Peter D. Trucano, minister. Church school, 10:00 a.m. Superintendent, Mrs. Mabel Crandall. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "In Quietness and in Confidence." Anthem, youth choir. Ushers, the Hill sisters, Robin, Lindee, Paula and Vonda Hansen. Tuesday, Study of the Book of Romans, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Peter Trucano, leader. Wednesday, W.C.T.U. at Munden, Kan., 2:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, Woman's Christian Union, 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 2, World Day of Prayer, 2:00 p.m. at the Union Church. ====================== By ~vLrs. Preston Gunn The community was sad- dened by the sudden death of John Angle in Superior Saturday night. The Hardy Girl Scout Association held a committee meeting at the home of Mrs. Calvin Hobson Tuesday mor- ning. Mrs. Everett Sweet was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sim- mons and daughter of Belleville visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Elaine were in Manhattan Friday evening. Tehy attended the track meet. Leon Hobson was unable to participate as he injurred his knee in practice. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson in Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Merle File and family were Friday evening lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradrick in Mankato. Ethel Simmons took Mrs. J. K. Fitzgerald of Superior and her daughter, Mrs. Virginia Simmons of Camarillo, Calif., to the Bill Simmons home in Belleville for dinner Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sim- mons of Belleville also joined the group for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. BOb Gunn, Belinda and Jim were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn. They were celebrating Bob's birthday. Ethel Simmons, Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen, Mrs. Clifford, IAnd- berg and Mrs. Duane Lindberg attended a pink and blue shower at the Friends Church in Belleville Friday evening for Mrs. Donald Simmons and her baby daughter, Shelly Mae. Friday evening supper guests of Mrs. Emma Stenson were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager and children of Bennington, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. CTene Stenson, Mike and David. The Fager family stayed overnight with Mrs. Stenson. Mrs. Gregg Birrell and Mrs. Mae Bouray visited Mrs. Bill Hamel and new baby, William Kent, at the Webster County Hospital in Red Cloud Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Birrell and sons were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaty and daughter in Superior. Vonda Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meter, was baptized at the Ada Lutheran Church Sunday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van Meter were Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and family. Ivan Van Meter andthe Stan Van Meter family were ill with colds and were unable to attend. @ it The Gift of Flowers Is a Gift of Love The very reason for Funeral Service Is Love And Love is Caring Wayne Megrue John Price Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stenson, Jim File and Steve Nelson were in Manhattan Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sealock of Hastings were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aurand and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, Harrell and Becky were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family. Hardy Board of Education District No. 9 Board of Education met with all mem- bers and Supt. John Keeney present. Bill Lindroth and Perry Gydesen submitted proposals from the teachers. Minutes were read and ap- proved. The following bills were presented for payment: Village of Hardy $34.00 Petty Cash 10.05 Lunch Fund 500.00 Mrs. Sharon Gydesen 30.00 Hebron Public Schools 10.00 Scott Foresman 30.51 Superior Motor Parts 11.22 D. C. Heath & Co. 39.12 Hastings Welding Supply 4.34 Petersen Oil & Fertilizer Inc. 115.70 Hested Store 5.11 Univ. of Neb. 3.50 Educational Products, Inc. 56.81 Blauvelt Station 24.00 Uniservice 15.90 Scholastic Magazine 6.75 Xerox Educational Publication 2.80 School Specialty 7.55 Lincoln Tel & Teleg. 51.43 Nebraska Public Power 90.05 Protex 30.00 Carl Fischer 102.70 Bro-Dart, Inc. 105.04 Lynn's House of Music 2.00 The Superior Express 18.20 Pedersen Lbr. Co. 436.43 School Board Assn. 105.00 Arlen Schlueter made a motion to accept bills, seconded by DOn Delka. Motion carried. Jim Miller made a motion to raise school lunch prices to 40c per meal for students and 50c per meM for faculty. Eldon Eitzmann seconded it. Motion carried. Jim Miller made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Marjorie Blair. Motion carried. Marjorie Blair Secretary County Agent Talks To Hardy Woman's Club Wednesday [ardy Woman's Club met at the Community Hall Wed- nesday afternoon. County Agent Marvin Sather gave an in- teresting talk on "Ecology and Pollution," and showed a film from the University of Nebraska on "Waters in Nebraska." Club President Mrs. Hubert Simonsen displayed two bicentennial plates. One was an antique powder blue, and the other an Early American colonial milk glass. This is a General Federation of Woman's Club Bicentennial Commemorative Plate Project which consists o one new plate for each year, 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1976, rekindling the "Spirit of '76" to be celebrated on the Nation's 200th birthday. Anyone interested may see these plates at the Jerome Kohl home. Relative Safe Mrs. Dwayne Dahl received word late Saturday of the safety of William McCakren, her brother-in-law, in New York, following the explosion that killed 43 of his co-workers. At the time the large tank exploded he was welding on a supply line approximately 105 feet away. By Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor, Concordia, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidson, Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms, Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange, Manhattan, and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. It was a birthday dinner for Loy Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor, Concordia, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson called on Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson in Superior Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson returned home Wednesday evening from Pueblo, Colo., where they visited their daughter, Beth Fowler, and family. They brought back a horse from Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herr- mann, Fred Ross and Mrs. Anna iRn Graha~p visited Oscar Ross the hospital in Con- cordia Thursday. Mr. Ross had improved enough that he had been taken out'of intensive care. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange, Manhattan, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helen Nelson at a cafe in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chad Wood at Superior Saturday evening. Cadams News Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons were supper guests Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family. Guests Sunday evening in the Leo Blackstone home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corman, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Blackstone, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen. Visitors Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma were Mr. and Mrs. James Wassom of Hubbell. " Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman. Friday evening visitors in the Kenneth Corman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cottam and family were supper guests in the Galen Cox home at Nelson to help celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cox' an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonsen and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen enjoyed supper "at Nelson Saturday evening. They celebrated Mr. and Mrs. niversary and Mrs. and Mrs. Simonsen's Mr. and Mrs. Elza Mr. and Mrs. Clyde were in Grand Island The men also called Engelbritsen at the Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl attended graveside Saturday at Nelson Corn. Mrs. Corn is a Mr. Corman. She is Clarice Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Simonsen and Sunday afternoon Mrs. Leslie family. Mr. and Mrs. and family were guests at the home of Mrs. C. R. Wilton for birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl called Saturday Mrs. Myrtle Jones Samaritan Home in 4-H Pixies The 4-H Pixies second meeting on President Cheryl presiding. After the meeting they made citizenship project, and napkin rings. send them to the Home at Inavale, were six members leaders. Mrs. Mrs. Elifirtz, Melvin was the host. Downing Building Superior, Neb. | Hardy Community 8:00 p.m. Sponsored By Hardy American Legion ember F.D.t.C"