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2t] TIIE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 24, 1983 ................................ ............. Bruhn, Cairo, Neb. Pastor and Friday supper guests of Mr. Acts 9:1-9. Sing-a-long at Good his home last Fridby after two ~-~ ..................... !i~'~17--7-'h~~-~~~ Mrs. Ted McIntyre were and Mrs. David Martens, samaritan Center, 10a.m. Feb. months convalseccing at the i Abdal B kh evening visitors. Dennis Martens and Brian were 25. World Day of Prayer March Good Samaritan Home, Nelson. -- " Mrs. Greg Edwards, Matthew Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Martens 4. The Union Church ladies will Mr.andMrs. Lester Brandtand ostw IC |= JL, tJ J and Lance were Wednesday and ArtPedersen. Mr. and Mrs. host the cooperative prayer grandson, Nathaniel, Friend, -- -- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Martens left Saturday venture Coffee and fellowship, visited him Friday afternooll; Andrea Leigh, daughter of evening vtsit nyMrs. HarveyPetersen returned home with her Nels Sorensen.Thursday morning for their home in 9:30 a.m., and worship service, Mr.andMm. DennlsSchoofand Mr. and Mrs. Neff Thomsen, Dale Harris, ?4cs. Bill Carman was hostess grandparents for a visit, morning the Sorensens had Boise, Idaho. 10a.m. March 20: Family night daughters visited him Friday was baptized at salem Lutheran Ivan Hendem coffee with Sandra Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence at church, evening. for the Pinochle Club card party Rebekahs met Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas Simonsen were Thursday Amanda Jo Mooren, daughterChurch Sunday morning. A were Wednesct Mond~yafternoon. evening with Esther Wyatt.went to Beatrice Saturday evening visitors of Mr. andMrs e, t,.,,i T,,~..~. c~.. i. of Mr and Mrs Jim Mooren, cooperative diuner was held at ofMr. andMr, Mondav evening visitors of Tommy Sorensen s birthday evening to attend the Beatrice- Nels Sorensen. .o~. ~o~,. ~ ...... '.' "~"~Y'~: Fairbury was baptized at the church with the following Mr. and Mr. Mr. and" Mrs. Nets Sorensen was celebrated Tuesday when Tea Mcmwre, pastor wen- e ' . . - - B thany Lutheran Church attending: Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. ar were Mr and Mrs. Jens Hoyer. the following had supper at a Bellevue West basketball game. ~-;:=z--; .......... ..... _~ ~y~mre~a 23,_ 4 p.m., Sunday morning Her sponsors Thomsen, Brooke, Kara and wR~eere TMhO:dag3 Mr. andMm. JamesZoltenko Superior restaurant: Mr. and Tbe attraction of the evening for ~ c ss; 7:~m p.m., ." the Copases was the per- i I-., I r .-:A. ek" ^nten-e--'-- -t "-r are Bruce Christensen, Mark Andrea, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer . were m Hutchinson Wednesday Mrs. Tom Sorensen and T.J., formance of the drill team. ~~IHyC~ ]N~eW~ ~ ,~-~moL~, ~ ,v,~a ~ ChristensenandBrendKing. In Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Soren guests of Mr. s and Thursday of last week. DevinDiehl, Mr. and Mrs. Nets Their granddaughter, Pan .......... ce ebrahon of their grand- ............................ 1 " " Thomsen, Irene Barfknecht, Wilton and " ..... _j Itlover, l-'eace Lu[neran -- -- , ...... Nominated by the Republic Sorensen and Brian and Kevin Copas, wa~ a member of the ~- .......................... ~h .... h hanna, ~, ~ ,,,~, aauglner s Dalxmm, Mr. ana Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith, Mr. Mr. and Mn Cc~ty Pork Producers for Miller. Pork All American Award, he Friday Mrs. Lars Pedersen drill team and that evening was .... f Hard m ~r "S~dl~" F[~) ~.~: Mrs Willard Chrlstensen en- and Mrs. Jim Smith, Sandy and and family, union nurcn o y: pe . Y, , ". Jesse, Pastor and Mrs. David supper guesm her final appearance. " " m tertamed the followlng at dinner Sherman Sack, mmlster, a. ., Sunday school; 10'45 ......... Miller, Aaron and Rachel, Mr. HugoWestl)hs] "eceived an award for his took Mr. and Mrs. Mogens Mr. andMrs. KennethJensby am orn" . .' mlmwmg cnurcn sorvmes: Mr. Ushers for Feb. 27: Phillip . ., m mgworship. Friday, nm tr, o , and Mrs. John Combs, Amber help Hugo nomir~tion, l~nnin Zoltenko Madsen to Hastings for Mrs. were vacationing Feb. 8 to 15. . r 4 1 ......................... visited his great grandmother, Madsen's medical checkup. Hazel Rhoads, in the daytime Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stauffer They visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Piper,aria ........ vranaonReX Mlller,ttiatr.TOm pecmWalkerl atMa thChe 'UnionWr d Dayu_hurOfcn_Prayerw...lm onrenanU" amanaa,- and" - ,,m,.,Mrs" T .n-rrteaas o,.r" " Superior,and Jan Mr.andand Mrs.Maggie EverettMeyer' daY.Methodist Mr. WeSlme during his parents absence and and Kaj, Cozad, were Tuesday Swift and other relatives in the music by youth choir. Serrmm: fellowship at 9:30 a.m., and Barfknecht and Mr. and Mrs. Camp Fonte Portland, Ore., area. Mrs. Swift .... .......................... was an overnight guest of and Wednesday guests of Mr. ..... Mr. ann Mrs. uon ~ng, urena. Paster and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. Darell Rhoada. and Mrs. Jensby are cousins. A Chosen Instrument, text: worship, I0 a.m ............. Glen Mueller, Tracey, Marsha Neb., Sadturd~M~ Mr. and Mrs. James Calder and Mike, Washington, Kan., and Nathan, Nelson, Craig m Fairbrother, Superior. Helping Hand Club met at the were Sunday visitors of Mr. and | I ]F I & I I ][ Mrs. Marie Plummer, Mr. and Barfknecht, Harvard, Mr. and visited Mr. an( Mr. and Mrs. James Calder home of Mrs. Ethel Briggs, were1 fursday supper guests of Superior, Wednesday at- Mrs. Curtis Calder, Shawn, l cal {IIMrs. Oscar Christemsen, Mrs. DougDickinson, Matthew and Jim Frid| and Katie, Seward, Mr. and were visitorsi Adam and Kelly, Neligh. { ........ .... ' ..... I Pastor and Mrs. Jeff Chubb, Mrs. Arden Rimseil, Dawn and Elmer Schl Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacker, ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Belden ".- J Jeffrey, Andrew and David, Edgar. Mrs. Philip Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart,and sons, Burr Oak, were B~ Mrs. Ronald Lewis Mrs. Vernon Schoof, to belated Bruce Christensen and Mark Kristin, Mankato, and Mr. and evening. was also a guest in the Wacker Melodee and Clark were Sunday Sun~lay dinner guests of Mr. and Bethany Lutheran Church: honorMatt for his first birthday /Christensen. Mrs. Delmer Meyer and Airman FI home. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Newell enroute to Pastor JeffChubb. Wednesday, w~ch.was Jan. 26. .~. _ The following attended theChristopher. and Donna Holloman All Mabel Crandall was a Gup Loop. .'~aturday dinner guest of Mr. Thursday overnight guests of Lincoln. Lenten services, 7:30 p.m. t~eznany Lucneran t;nurcn South Cefitral Conference saunders, Concordla. N.M.,arrivedl Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, Feb. 27, Sunday school, Women met Thursday in at- Convention at Concordia Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsena visit with his were dimmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hugh Copas. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Simonsen Lars Pedersenvisited with Mrs. 9:30 a.m.; worship. 10:30 a.m ternoon and evening circles. Lutheran Church Sunday at- called Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hansenwere Mr. and Mrs. Arthur St. Mark's Lutheran Church: The lesson was entitled, "Just ternoon: Pastor and Mrs. Jeff Mrs. Jim Keith Thursday. Senseney, Wood River. Friday supper guests in the Simonsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Alan visited Mr. and Mrs. Randy [~rn~. Jarod and Candace in Lincoln last week. Candece M.D. Hoefs, D.D.S. We Welcome New Patients (Who want to save their teeth) Nitrous Oxide (gas) Available For the not so courageous Leta Pedersen, Good Samaritan Center. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dondlinger and family, Shickley. In the afternoon they attended a basketball game in which Sammy Dondlinger par- ticipated. In the evening they all went to Davenport to attend the girls' basketball tournament when Shickley and Nelson played. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen visited Mrs. Elsie Petersen, Superior, and Sunday evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carman, Carbondale, Colo., were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hale. Mr. Hale entered the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital again Monday morn- ing. Office Hours by Appointment 402-879-381 5 402-365-7246 354 E. 3rd 61 4 4th Superior, Neb. Deshler, Neb. [ II II I I I I II II IL .... your one and only bank .....,, for all your deposits, checking .... as well as savings, for all leans, safe de 6si box or any other banking service you may need. That's how we feel... IlL HOW ABOUT YOU? Superior, Nebraska JL L Jl I I III II I / I Save in our Service Center during February on parts and labor with total u! $1,000.00 and up repair IdH, Sup Highway 8 East - Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4723 879-3284 II1 / a Pastor Larry Rodencal. Sun- day, Feb. 27, Sunday school, 8:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed- nesdays, (during Lent), 8:30- 9:30 p.m.; Saturdays, 9-10 a.m. The Friendship Bible Coffee group met Wednesday morning with Kathryn Jo Jenssen. Wednesday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Free and Mrs. Vernon Schoof. A group of relatives called Friday evening at the Rogge home and Mrs. Irene Miller and sons were weekend guests, all to honor Mrs, Rogge for her Feb. 17 birthday. Mrs. Frits Sorensen ac- companied Mrs. Lyle Sorensen to Superior Wednesday, where they visited Mrs. Steve Thomvson, Amber and Ashley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lipker and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen were Feb. 13 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lipker and family, Red Cloud, to help Mrs. Gary Lipker celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil scl oof and Shanda and Mr. and Mrs. Edward School, Amy, Angels, Alesh~ and Matt were Monday evening lunch guests of Mr. and I I Who Does This Jesus Think He Is?" based on Luke 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haase, Hastings, and Mr. and Mrs. Eynner Andersen, Superior, were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evon Sykes. Helen Stiles and C. F. Bondegard, Oak, joined them in the af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis School and daughters were Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof. Earl Schoof, Oak, was a Tuesday afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herman, Wymore, were Wednesday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage. Hilary Jensen, Phillipsburg, Kan., was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen. Mark Jense~, Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald, Glenvil, joined them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka and Mrs. Hannah Judy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Judy, Fairmont. Earl Schoof, Oak, visited in the Stichka home Wednesday af- ternoon and Mrs. Ivan Melton, sr., was a Thursday afternoon caller. William Brandt returned to For As Little As $154.00 a Year! Don't Automatically Renew Your Present Policy. Review! . . Clark Kmnison III IIII I (Aden Offices) ! 30 E. 4th - Superior, Neb. 402-87g-3510 FAMII Amer=can Fam#ly Mutual tnsur~l~ce Co MaCl~son, W=s Your Business is "Greatly" Appreciated! Since 1927 I iin Red Cloud High School Gymnasium Wednesday, March 7:30 p.m. Main Event Ten Man Battle Royal There will be ten wrestlers in the ring at one time. To be eliminated, a wrestler must be thrown over the top rope. The last wrestler in the ring is the winner and will receive a special $1,000.00 win- ners purse. There will be no referee in the ring, no time limit, no disqualification. Other Events Big Buzz Tyler will take on Dewey Robertson in a one fall event with a 20 minute time limit. Bulldog Bob Brown will meet Japanese wrestler, Mr. Fuji in a one fall event with a 20 minute time limit. Strong Man Hercules Her'nandez will take on Manny Fernandez in a one fall event with a twenty minute time limit. Oper ing Event, Tag Team Match, The Team of Bill Cody and Mark Romero will take on the team of Masked Wrestler, the Convict and Bill Jodoin in a one fall event with a thirty minute time limit. Advance Tickets are on Sale At The Palace Lounge or Any Member of The Young Farmers Box Office opens at 6 p.m., the evening of the eOent. Prices $5.00 and $6.00 All Star Wrestling in Red Cloud is sponsored bV The Young Farmers AssociatiOn. III IIII I IIII I Chubb, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schendt gotten stuck in Kastrup, Mrs. Richard Hansen, and Amber visited Mr. and Mexico that Doyle Christensen and Berwyn Mrs. Kenneth Kathman, Petersen. Lawrence, Sunday aRenmen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen, Mrs. SunWard Swanson visited Kristin and Aaron Han en and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frakes, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lewis Trenton, at the Veterans attended a concert presented by Hospital, Grand Island, the Robert DeCorniier Folk Thursday. Mr. Frakes is a Singers in Fairbury Sunday patient. B afternoon. Timothy Shaw was honored Elaine home for on his eighth birthday at a and Mrs. skating party Saturday at- Saturday ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thonmen Hohson home Peggy Plan swine and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne David, Schultz were in Minden Friday Blazek, producers solar evening to attend a DanishEmma energy workshop Brotherhood party. They stayed Atha Stenson overnight and were Saturday Memorial morning coffee guests of Mr. Hospital, Solar heating for swine and Mrs. Ernest Nelson, afternoon. Mr.l housing has been demon- Minden. strated to be technically feasi- Mr. and Mrs. Larry McMainsAurand called Saturday. : ble. A recent University of and Nathan, Burr Oak, visited Mr. and 1~ N e b r a s k a, L i n c o I n, Mr. and Mrs, Edwin HornbusseL hosted a famJ agricultural engineering pro- Thursday evening. Other day. Guests wl ject showed with good design visitors Thursday were Herbert Millard Billif and management, solar heat Atkins, Glenn Ridle, Merle Billings, Mr. can be economical alternative Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bradrick and to fossil fueled heat, Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gordon especially in nurseries. An Meyer were Friday evening understanding of the prin-visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Alan cipals of using solar energy is Hornbussel and Lisa, Burr Oak, essential to the design and and Amber Reiman were operation ofa system. Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Eleven workshops have Mrs. Butch Reiman were at- been scheduled across the ternoon visitors. state The nearest to Nuckolls Mrs. Louise Brockman and County is at Clay Center and Mrs. Hilda Kin- Match 29. Pre-registtation is IPAretu visited Mr. and Mrs. required. More informabion is Alfred Miller and family available at the Nuckolls Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. County Extension Office. Tony Kimminau were Thursday Cart, Plainview Bradrick, Greg Balch Woodward Walter Sharon File, and Jim File. Mr. Willard Sunday Girl Scout toured the Governor's Governor C Mr, and visited Law: Republic Belleville. Mr. and Meter's delivered III Ellis Chi insomniacs Can Sleep Soundly If I could only sleeP'!' This state- ment ~s sufhc~ent most of tne hme to stamp a case ot 'tnsomma and wdn tt tee tram of other symptoms thai follow Insomma ~s bas*cally a cOndltl,on WelCh prevents tne ner- vous system from re/amg Factors contnbutmg tO msomma mclude (1 t sduatlonal problems such as transient stress lob pres- sures and mardal d~scord (2) medical d~sorders teat mewtably ~nclude pain and physical d~scom- forl and (3) drug-related episodes mcludmg wdndrawat from alcohol or sedatives WnHe severe pressure On nerves can produce ~qsomnla usually tne condd~on ~s one ot long standmg What generally happens ~s that a person slarls bu~dmg Io a severe case of msomma F~rst there are occas~ona{ restless s~eepless n~gnts Tnen the problem begms to compound dself A person begms In be worn out durmg the day thus f*nd,ng ms work harder and harder tO accomohsn Tnls *n dself exerts further nerve pressure and sleep becomes more d*ff*cu|l, tnsomma ffIOre prevatefll f'ne general health ~S affected by tqe lack of sleep tense daybme act~wly, elc An ~nsomnlac has a brutal pah] ahead of nlm unl'ess ne has ~qe original cause of his trou- bles COt reacted I do nOl a(lv:r;ate s'ee') producing drugs irl mosf -- ,'~e5 Aller all they are generally" nabd tormlng and addiction brlrlgS a tolerance as often as not In other words per- sons who take s!eepmg tabtets are ractic Clinic usually only avo~dmg tee mewlable It s really a heartening experience to md tee person WeB suffers from severe and repeated attacks ol msomma Their lives always seem Io change dramahcally once tne,r v,tahty nas been restored through prOPer sleep We look Io lqe basic cause of tee nervous tension "lnat produces sleeplessness And ~ correcl~ng the cause of the nervousness nol only ~s sleep a demrable result but also the sufferer hnds ms waV, eful - hess a pleasure V~m and wOOf dur mg lee day ~s generally as ~mpor- lanl as reSt during Ine n,gnf Presented in the public interest for better health by the Ellis Chiropractic Clinic, this robbing / Lincomix convenient control of pneumonia estimated 80% of tions. Ask us for putting inyour hog Ron Superi Tuesday March 1 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At Rhoad's Secretarial Service 436 CommerciaLSuperlor, Nob. - Phone 402-879-4341 Beltone Hearing Aid Service 2110 W. 12th. McBride Clinic- Hastings, Nob. Phone 402-463-5300 The ~ests have been arranged for anyone web suspects they are losing their hearing generally say then can near but canhOl und.ers~and ttonvelsa'hon t f'st!ng meet will indicate whether ~t can be helped w,ln amphf~cahon Everyone especially those over bO. SnOutd have an electromc hear- The mg tes! al least once a year If there is a hearing problem, a free I, Bel|orle electronic near*rig test may reveal teat newly developed methods of DUO correct on w r e D. even or those who nave been told in the past thai a Fits hearing a~d would not help them ALL These tree hearing lests are given )rtheptrposeo t~lkngsee: In-The-Ear t*ons anO adaptations of electr,Bnic hearing instruments Flit thOSe wishing the b~e toil bill wahl fe avoid waiting, an appointment for a specific day and rranlell lly phoning 402.879.4:)41,