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~S TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 22, 1973 WebberNews . . . By Mrs. Harold Bothwell became ill Wednesday evening Harlan Ross and children of and was taken to the hospital in Colby andMr, and Mrs. Arnold Concordia, where she was Ross and sons were luncheon placed in intensive care. She guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin was improved enough by Ross Saturday. They all had Saturday to be removed from dinner at the Arnold Ross home the intensive care unit. and Mrs. Howard Good, and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nielsen and L)nm and Dawn Soulek were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry EIsasser and daughters of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Oltmans Mrs. Donnie Iliff attended a meeting at the home of Mrs. Fldrick Grummert near Nelson Wednesday evening. tlarold Gharring entered the Nuckolls County Hospital in Superior Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. family were coffee guests of Mr. Marvin OItmans and Jim to and Mrs. Richard Wulf and Kearney Sunday and were family Thursday morning. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mrs. Elsie Wissing of Lanham and Troy. Mr. and Superior was a supper guest of Saturday evening. Mr. Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin Mrs. Gene Timm and Joan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and his children returned to Colby visited Wednesday with Mr. and Roger Fast of Hastings were daughters Wednesday night. Sunday evening. Mrs. IRon Konvalin. also guests and celebrated Mrs. The 4-H clubs sponsored a Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin Timm's and Jim's birthdays, sk~ing party for members and spent Sunday evening at the and Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora friends at Inavale Saturday home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson were overnight guests visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob evening. Roe at Superior, of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Konvalin in Karmazin Sunday evening. Mrs. C. R. Wilton and Mrs. Marvin Ross of Colby called Nebraska City last Friday.Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Kenneth Studier were coffee on Mrs. Star Vale Sunday Saturday they visited Mrs.and Mrs. Clifford Adamson guestsof Mrs. Bertha Portwood afternoon. Konvalin'ssister, Mrs. Laverne were Mrs. Marilyn Adamson,at Nelson Thursday morning. Mrs. CharlieRussell calldon Rahlfs, in Blair. SaturdayKirby and Angela. Dale Gourley of Superior Mrs. Harold Morris at the Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Gene Krabel, Brian and visited his parents, Mr. and Samaritan Center in Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Kimberly of Hastings were Mrs. Art Gourley, Wednesday Sunday afternoon. Arnold in Nebraska City. They Thursday afternoon visitors of afternoon. Verlan Broyles and Mr. and returned home on Sunday. her mother, Mrs. Wilma Mrs. James Shambaugh of Mrs. Dallas Diamond were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Damoude. Guide Rock formerly of this Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and called on Mr. and Mrs. A.W. David Andersen of Lisco, community, has been ill for the Mrs. Floyd Davidsen. Wilson in Superior last Tuesday Neb., visited his grandmother, past week and still is Mrs. Doris Vernon of Salina afternoon. Mrs. Emma Oltmans, and Lila hospitalized at the Webster visited Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Larry Whitney of Saturday. They were also County Hospital in Red Cloud. Mrs. Fredrick Thomas, Mrs.Superior and Mrs. Star Vale callers in the Marvin Oltmans Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vernon and Mrs. Thomas called on Fred Ross Sundayhome. Gilbert of Guide Rock visited visited their sister, Mrs. Ceph evening. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and Wilde, in the hospital in , visited over the Feb. 3 weekend family Wednesday night. Mankato in the afternoon. ~ ..................... with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helzer The soup supper at the 2-R Mr. and Mrsl Gary Lipker of and sons of Omaha. schoolhouse Thursday evening Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eleanor Masek of was well attended. Richard Howe were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn Saturday evening. Mrs. Star Vale was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. John Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson went to Manhattan Tuesday where they were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glover at the Friends church in Northbranch Sunday, Feb. 1 and many friends came to visit with them. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop visited with their daughter, Estaline. Lang. Wednesday they went to She and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop's Kansas City where they visited daughter, Freda, were together at the Gerald Shoemaker home in school and hadn't seen her until Friday when they returned since their graduation. Among to Manhattan and attended the others they visited were Mr. college rodeo Friday evening, and Mrs. Hoard and Martha They returned home Saturday. Jane of Miltonvale. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and children were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Hofts at Cadams. Mrs. Anna R. Graham and Clarence Behrends visited Oscar Ross and Mrs. Clarence Behrends in the hospital in Concordia Thursday evening. Mrs. Graham was pleasantly surprised to meet her son, Mrs. Hoard's daughter, the late Junelda Dillon, stayed at the Bishop home and taught Ensign school. When moving to Burr Oak the Bishops had her daughter, Opal Cosand, and her family as neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Hoard are neither one well and was nice Martha Jane could bring them to this occasion. Also had a short visit with Mrs. Charles, who lives in Salina and Wes Stanshury and Mr. and had also come to visit Oscar Ross in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Osborne of Lovewell and Frank Habbard and Phyllis Eitzman of Salina visited at the Duane Kintigh home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hix of Mrs. Laurence Jones, former neighbors for several years. Mrs. Helen McNichols ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and they went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Semke for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garman Norcatur, Kan., visited Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fogo and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Justin of Superior visited their Duane Kintigh. mother, Mrs. Edena Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and of Topeka, Thursday. They daughters were Sunday dinner went to Salina Friday to visit guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson in Superior. Frank Herrmann and Fred Ross called on Oscar Ross in the :Concordia hospital Friday evening. : Judy Behrends, Omaha, spent :the weekend at the home of her ~parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Behrends. ~ Debbie Kintigh and Doug ;Staton, Pleasanton, Kan., visited over the weekend at the ~home of her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Duane Kintigh. They returned to their work in Pleasanton Monday. ;. Roger and Mike Kintigh spent the weekend with their sister, :Mrs. Bob Bearley and Mr. : Bearley in Winona, Kan. " Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and :children were dinner guests of : Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone at Superior Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell attended an Extension meeting =in Manhattan last Tuesday. In :the evening they attended the =basketball game between : Kansas University and K-State. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr returned Thursday from their ~brief wedding trip. Mrs. Marvin Webber and -Mrs. Eleanor Crispin were ~coffee guests of Mrs. Joe Konvalin Thursday morning. Mrs. Clarence Behrends Sponsored By their sister, Mrs. Deanna Kerr, a patient in the St. John's Hospital. Pleasant View (Last Week's News) Mrs. William Sekora and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora attended the golden wedding anniversary reception given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ziggafoos in Fairfield Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kelley and family of Lincoln. They visited Vance O'Brien Sunday afternoon at a nursing home. Mr. and Mrs. BOyd Jones and Gwen took Mrs. Rosa Corman to Omaha Saturday evening where Mrs. Corman left by plane Sunday morning for Miami, Fla., to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Albert Barabas. They were all overnight guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helzer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nielsen of Rockwood, Mo., visited Saturday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vie Nielsen. Tracy and Tervor Hansen of Laurel are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. RURAL AMERICA NIGHT Republic County Beef Barbecue National Guard Armory Belleville, Kansas Support BsO0 to 7~10 Tlclket~ Adultm '1.75, at Dew* '2.00 Children 10 end under* 79% at Door '1.00 PROGRAM -- 7:30 Guest Speakers - NFO Vice-Pres. DeVon Woodland =_ Sonny Slater - AgrI-Business Director -- KSAL Radio -- PUBLIC IS INVITED Lincoln was a recent visitor in the Ed Sekora home. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Meyer visited Mrs. Flora Schmidt of Blue Hill Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson of Superior were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen and Dennis. Mrs. William Sekora and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora visited William Sekora at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Monday evening. Mr. Sekora was dismissed to Oakwood Manor in Edgar where his family called on him Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Selby Howard and Mrs. Garth Melvin were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adamson. Bostwick . . . By Mrs. Wait Warneklng Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kim- minau visited her grandfather, William Ribr, in Superior last Sunday night. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family last Sunday evening were Mrs. Lyda Kottmeyer and ROy, Forrest Childress and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Combs Tuesday to help Mr. and Mrs. Smith celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. George Sund, Jim and Sharon visited Mrs. Clint Wernecke and Bill last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- dersen and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brazil of Superior visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Orval Chlldress. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka of Guide Rock called on Mrs. Clint Wernecke and Bill Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garman and Kirk of Guide Rock visited Mr. and Mrs. John C.)mbs Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyers and family,, Red Cloud, were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family Friday night. Mrs. Elsie Wissing, Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and daughters Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Wilton and Mrs. Kenneth Studier of Superior were Chester visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. David Shuck in Superior. Mrs. Harold Delka and Mrs. Frank Martin were visitors in the Art Gourley home last week. Ben Hake of Guide Rock was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith at Republic Sunday to celebrate the family birthdays of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall and family of Fairmont were visitors at the Richard Kott- meyer home Saturday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and family of Guide Rock visited Mrs. Harold Delka and Doris Saturday evening. Mrs. Gus Fintel of Superior was a visitor in the Don Fintel home Tuesday evening. That With Trained Courteous Memorial Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumenta I Need Large or Small Contact Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig Phone 627-3845 Shickley, Nab. Representing Palmers BroThers Granite Co. Holdrege, Neb. 52 Years under the same management ,11 I income tax Reason 10. H & R Block tax preparers have all received special training on the use of the new tax forms for this year. We will use the form that best fits your own personal situation so that you pay the least possible tax. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 120 WEST 4TH SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA OPEN 9-6 MON. THRU SAT. PH. 879-3311 same evening Lee Fintel en- lertained Scott Darby, who has left for his new home at Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Gary Nielsen visited Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer Saturday afternoon. Kim Zadina of Superior was at. overnighl guest of Marsha Woerner Saturday. Mrs. Don Fintel visited Mrs. AIvira Rogers, in Superior Thursday afternoon. Superior were droner guests of General Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel andConstruction Bid Alternate family Saturday. Carmichael Con- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Svendsen struction Company, ~nd daughters of Lincoln and Hastings, Neb. 169~909 5,239 Mrs. Irene Barfknecht of Valley Construction Superior were callers at the Company, Superior, Elmer Meyer home Saturday Neb 160,700 6,294 afternoon. Wilson Construction, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and Salina, Kan. 159,895 7,500 family, Mrs. Alvira Rogers, Hakner Foreman- Cale, Dixie Fintel and Jaramie and Inc. Great Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel and Kan. 173,173 5,050 contracts. Yea: son, Studier, Woerner, Mayor Alexander The meeting Kenneth Acting George L. City Clerk. Barrow Show, Carcass Mrs. Russell Gimeson and family were supper guests of Johnson Builders . Mankato, Chert Kulek of Superior, Kim Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rogers in Salina, Kan. 167,5506,879 The NCK barrow Thompson of Phillipsburg, Superior Sunday evening. Western Construction, carcass contest will Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. Roy Lewis entertained Salina, Kan. 175,000 7,500 Mankato March 6. Becket and family and his the W. C. Club at her home Kealy Construction Com- This show and ear sister and family of Lincoln, Wednesday afternoon, pany, Hastings, provides are swine Kan., were visitors at the C.R. 'Proceedings *Of ..... Neb. 149,100 5.000an opportunity to con Wilton home Sunday afternoon. Lori Jo Fintel was a supper The Council Busboom & Rauh, hogs with others ant Salina. Kan. 166,510 6,120carcass information. guest of Pare Mueller at the City Hall, SuPerior, Hahan & Hupf Construction,The purpose of this li Alfred Mueller home in Nebraska, January 25, 1973,Hastings, Neb. 179,000 2,598 serve as an educatioJ Superior Wednesday night to 2:00 p.m. Mechanical help swine produce~ celebrate Pam's birthday. After Special session of City Council Gage Plumbing & Heat- prove the quality of II supper Mrs. Alfred Mueiler and was called to order by Acting ing, Salina, Kan. 38,759 Each exhiIMtor maY Pam and Tammy Vergo Studier with the followingWinebar Plumbing & Heat- totalof four barrows, brought Lori Jo home and Councilmen present: Long, ing, SuperiorNeb. 34,317entry and one pen~ visited in the Don Fintel home. Robinson, Studier, Woerner. Hansen Plumbing & Heat- There are separate Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kott-Absent: Mayor Alexander, Kale, ing, GrandIgland, Neb 35,000 commercial and | meyer and family visited Mr. Meier. OHara Plumbing & Heating, and Mrs. Ron Shambaugh andThe meeting was publicizedGrand Island, Neb. 35,970 breeders. There is separate class for family in Superior last Sunday by posting notices of saidReinhardts Plumbing & exhibitors. Each e~ afternoon and evening, meeting, and the then known Heating, North Platte, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rogers agenda, in the window of the Neb. 32,200allowed one carcass g visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel office of the City Clerk and the Electrical Carcass mformatlo~l .... and family Friday evening,door of the Municipal Electrical Equipment Co. provided on all car Mike Rogers of Superior was an Auditorium on January 23, 1973. Salina, Kan. 18,761All awards and overnight guest of Lee Fintel The Council met in sessionGuarantee Electric, formation will be and Lori Jo Fintel was an overnight guest of Sondra Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy visited Mrs. Harold Delka and Doris Sunday night. Dixie Fintel and Jaramie of with their Engineers for the Public Safety Building Project, Wilson and Company for the purpose of opening, reading, and tabulating bids for the Public Safety Building. The following bids were recei: ed Hastings, Neb. 19,222 Snell Electric, North Platte 20,760 Leslie's Television & Electrical, Superior, Neb. 18,970 The Council decided to study all bids prior to awarding of the awards banquet 26. Spectators are grading and judging ( start at 10:30 a.m. the barrows will ,FI I::1 N r-I N r'l MARCH 2-3, 9-I0, 16-17: MARCH 20 thru APRIL 28: POST TIME: 2 P.M.- 9 RACES POST TIME: 3 P.M. WEEKDAYS--8 2 P.M. SATURDAYS--9 DIAL-A-SCRATCH DIAL-A-RESULTS 1 Exacta ($3.00) Wagering New Clubhouse Glass Mezzanine ADMISSION $1.OO RACING ON GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 20 NO RACING MARCH 19 OR CLOSED CIRCUIT TV FREE PAVED e l Cost Share assistance in all conservation practices such as building terraces, waterways, ponds, land leveling and grass seeding ARE DISCONTINUED ! The President of the United States Richard M. Nixon, White House, Washington D. C, REPRESENTATIVE - U. S. Senate Office Building, SENATOR-Bob Dole -SENATOR-James B. I 117 Longworth, House Office Bldg THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE JEWELL COUNTY CONSERVATION CONTRACTORS