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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 3. 1983 and Brian" Mrs.Myr~nEitzmann~L~nthe~efami~y.Mr.andMrs.visit~dtheirdaughter~IAsa~an~II~kiL~ i (~ ~ o... M. M-- -- --r --.. ~.t.o.-- --O.,o,..,e.hoo "' ~ 0~ Madsen Sunday afternoon. Mabel Crandall were Marcia Saturday ~uests for a wintering there, and went on a , oca R Sunday evening the Pedersens Geweke, Holdrege, district cooperative supper at the home trip to Las Vegas. took Leta Pedersen along to supervisor of the Order of of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey By Mrs.RonaldLew " coin, Amy, Angle,i i Republic to visit Mr. and Mrs. Eastern Star, Geraldine Petersen were Mr. and Mrs. (il ............. h Ne Bethany Lutheran Church: Matt Schoof staya - By Mrs. Harvey Petersea celebrating his birthday. Bernard Bagley.Kauffman and Bula Clark. A Clarence Sincel, Minden, Mr. Pastor ,]eft Chubb. Sunday, night and Sunny Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer Wednesday the following had school of instruction was con- and Mrs. Bob Potter and Mr. i ChurC March 6, Sunday school, 9:30 grandparents, b . James Zoltenko and Launin went to Oklahoma City, Feb. supper together at a Superior ducted in the afternoon and and Mrs. Gilbert Patton, .......................... a.m.; worship, 19:30 a.m. Vernon Schoof.' visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin IS.They accompanied Mr. and restaurant to helv Mrs. Neis evening by Mrs. Geweke. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Uklid Wednesday, Lenten services, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, and Jamie, Court]and. Mrs. Bob Cramer to Prescott, Soreusen celebrate her birth- Sunday afternoon and Boudreau, Campbell and Mr. St.-Paul Lutheran Church: Mr. and Mra. Leslie Otsen and Ariz., where they visited Mr. day: Mr. and Mrs. Rod Shaw, evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Kenneth Wolf, Red Ted Mclntyre, pastor. Wed- Carla, Mayetta, Ken., were andMrs. GlennCramer. Wilma Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack EarINewellwereMr. andMrs. Cloud. The birthdays of Mrs. nesday, March 2, 4 p.m., Saturday overnight guests of VanOrnam, Upland, Calif., a McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dave Selden and sons, Burr Sincel and Mr. Patton and the Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Oisen.sister of the men, was a]so there Lance, MabelQ Crandall, Oak. wedding anniversary of the catechism class; 7:30 p.m., mid:week Lenten service at St. Joining the above named for for the family reunion. The Geraldine Kauffman, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Nets Sorensen Potters were celebrated.Paul. Pastor Hen Rennegarbe Sunday dinner were Mr. and Clyde Cramers returned home Mrs. Hubert Henry, Mr. and accompanied Mr. and Mrs.Mr.andMrs. GayleEitzmannof Peace Lutheran Church, Mrs. Ervin Panko, Cook, Nab., Sunday afternnnn. Mrs. Cacti Miller and Greta Greg Edwards, Matthew and and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Freitsg Deshler, will lead the worship. and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Olsen Tuesday morning coffee Svendsen. Lance to Hutchinson Saturday returned to their homes Sunday Mary Circle serves lunch after and Sarah. The occasion was to guests of Mrs. Nek Soreus Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James where they and Mr. and Mrs. after a skiing trip to Eden, the worship service. Friday, celebrate the birthdays of Carla were Mrs. Tom Soreusen, Mrs. Zoltenko and Lannin wereGary Bergen and family were Idaho. They were gone nine March 4, World Day of Prayer Oisen, Sarah Otsen and Mrs. Greg Edwards, Matthew and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. days. The Eitzmann children, at the Union Church, Hardy. Ezra Otsen. Lance and Sandra Bothwell. Danny Jacksen, Chris, DanieUe Glenn Edwards and Randy.Kelly, Corey and Kami, visited Fellowship and coffee, 9:30 Mr.andMrs. OscarEitzmann They helped Mrs. Soreusen andJeremy. Other guests were Tbey attended the Hutchinson their grandparents, Mr. and a.m.;worship, 19am..Sundav. were Feb. 19 weekend guests of celebrate her birthday. Pastor and Mrs. Kenneth Junior College basketball game Mrs. Kenneth Jeusby, in their March 6, 9:30 a.m., Sunday Mrs. Eitzmann's sister, Mildred Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry Fairbrotherand Daphne in which Randy played absence. Kuper, Auburn. The ladies' met Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henry, Risewick. Saturday evening. After the Non Crandali arrived Friday school; 10:45 a.m., morni brother, Alvin Kuper, and Mrs. McPherson, in Concordia All of the Hale children, in- game coffee guests of the Glenn from Topeka to visit his mother, worship with holy communion. Kuper, Fremont, were guests Sunday and they bad dinner eluding Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Edwardses were the Sereneus, Mabel Crandall, until Monday also. Sunday the above men- together. Ed Henry isWright, Cordell, Okla., Mr. and the Greg Edwards family, the morning. Sunday Mrs. Crandall Hardy Union Church: tioned attended the 450th wed- recovering satisfactorily after Mrs. Sheldon Hale, Wansau, Gary Bergen family, Mr. and and Non and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman Sack, minister. ding anniversary open house to his recent hospitalization and Wisc., Dr. Creighton Hale, Mrs. Orval Bargen, Mr. and Pedereen, Davenport, were Usbers for March G: Jill Mfller, honor Mr. and Mrs. Alvin wili be able to tesch school Williamsport, Pa., and Keith Mrs. Herb Stang, Randy and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh MindyBlair, Shelly Piper, T.J. Stover. The Eitzmanne visited half days. Hale, San Diego, Calif., have Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kile, Copes at a pancake supper. Soreusen. Music will be by Mr. Eitzmann's sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Healey visited their father, R. J. Hale, Angela and John, Mr. and Mrs. Monday Mrs. James Zoltenko junior choir. March 4, World Edwin Michel, and Mr. Michel, were in Colorado skiing last at Brodstone Memorial George Edwards and Mr. and and Lannin went to LincoLn Day ofPrayeratUnionchurch: Auburn, Saturday evening, week. Their daughters, Dana Nuckoits County Hospital and Mrs. Richard Kraus. Sunday wheretheyvlsitedTinaHansen. Coffee at 9:30 a.m.; w ship Enroute home Monday Mr. and and Lisa, visited their grand- Mrs. Hale during the past week. dinner guests of the Gary Lannin was a guest of Mr. and service, 1O:00 a.m. March 7, Mrs. Eitzmann visited in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann Bargen family were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Geiger, Vanessa and council meeting, S p.m. Sermon Deshler with Mr. and Mrs. Healey and Mr. and Mrs. At- were Thursday supper guests of Mrs. Serenen, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndsey while his mother and topic: "The Four Compromises William Moeller and Delvin at neld Lemke, in their absence Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Eitzrnan, Orval Bargen, Mr. and Mrs. her brother, Jeff Hav en, at- of Pharoah." the Park View Haven Nursing KellieMartens, Hastinga, was Amy and Angle, Hastings.Glenn Edwards, the Greg tended a swine sym- Home. Mr. Mcelleris a resident a weekend visitor of Mr. and Sunday the Oscar Eitzmanns Edwards family, Steve posium.Mrs. Geiger and Miss at the home and was Mrs. David Martens, Dennis were supper geusts of Mr and Bruening, Becky Edwards and I S-- "s S'L C. . C 7:30 p.m. and daughters St. Mark's Lutheran Church: day dinner guests. Pastor Larry Rodencal. Sun- Scho were in day, March 6, Sunday school, for Mr. Schoof's n $:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. upwhichguveal Lenten services, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday aft Ruskin Public Library Hours: guests of Mrs. /3 Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed- and their co4 nesdays, 9:30-9:30 p.m. during following Lenten a Lent, Saturdays, 9-10 a.m. Mrs. Ed Schoof Mrs. Andrew Plummer an- and Mr. and i terra]ned at three tables of Debrick and famJ pinochle at her home Monday Mr. and Mrs. It afternoon. Laurel. Lindsey 4 Mrs. Kenneth Corman of near Thursday from Of Superior visited her parents, for New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage, visited Dr. and Menday. Kastrup and Jill, Mrs. Helen Stiles and C. F. several days. Bondegard, Oak, visited Mr. went sightseelng t and Mrs. Even Sykes Tuesday City. They retU afternoon. Tuesday evenin l Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jep- T.V. Kastrupto . pesen visited Mr. and Mrs. the airport and Leonard Scroggin, Oak, last on their arrival Sunday aftra'hen, were met both The following went to Park- Mrs. Joe Muff, J0 view Haven Nursing Home,Dew City, Iowa, Deshler, Monday evening to dinner together. help William Mceller celebrate The Friendship baby at the Geiger home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ERz- mann, Hastings, were Wed- nesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann. Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards returned home Sunday from a Sherman Sack, minister of the Union Church, Hardy, went for airplane rides over Hardy and the surrounding area l his birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Ed group met Rogge, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Glen Hansen are sisters Mrs. Mueller, Hardy, Mrs. Mrs. Rod Shaw Zoltenko. Lyndsey is new Sherman Sack Moeller and Delvin, the Bridge Club gives airplane Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wegener Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rngge. rides to winners Mrs. William A. Rogge, also a Richard Lewis residentatParkview, Joined the Bonsall, Lincoln, group, supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary LipkerRmudd Lewis. and family, Red Cloud, were Mr. and Mrs. three weeks' vacation in last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. were in Omaha Pheonix, Ariz., where they Sunday afternoon with the and Mrs. Elmer Lipker. Mr. they visited L I winners of a recent Sunday and Mrs. Arnold Hausen Joined Jerome Sp school contest and others, them in the aRarnoen. Mr. and maJrm The contest winners were Mrs. Leonard Wortman were Clarkson ortswear sa Je ~ ~ ,To'rracmtS,l,e, ds=ined by points gaitx.,,d by evening visit,.. Mr. and..M~; Save 20% on rugged wear. the winner but she -- "willingly let another co~t ~ ............... Kids who love to play ?serve Superwear'" ~/~-'~ ,~ 4 ~y~ ; ~ ~ ~~ feet on the ground.her prize content to keep her [IUOWn"!r', ,' nurn "" t.ncal ' 1 tops and Super Denim jeans, our t~.~ ~'~ ~ ~ ~J~(/~x "I still have one more tri u ................. roughest, toughestptaywear. Po:y/cotton. t..~,~ f, ' ,, P P with three kids, Pastor Sack For the girls: Reg. Sale "1'='] ~'Y~ ~,. i ~ ~ ~ ,[I,~\ Forade~blestandb commented. He continued "the ............ herbirfl Oenimjeans, 7-t4 ........... $18 14.40 ,~l~sl~f~' , ! \ ,y,,rs., es,, ann w==. contest has really boosted,,. e,M.e] ]Ufm Usk,ssM ewtd Us. e]PIIt tl Knittop, 4-6X ................ $ 6 4.80 4~lltil k, \ l|iil .~ SUn-- school artn-- It ............. "~" .....................' M. e, .... ,, ...... _ . ay ..... ..nancy.. were in Hastings on business Edwards and M Denim jeans, 4-6X ............ $11 8.80 MR MIIMI j1estmey.nnve Friday they visited Grace Scott Hobson'a For the guys" ' ~ \ ......... 10.00 8.00 l i ztl II l/] H/ } ................ = ............ Ervin Kimminau ...... ,,, ,,,.,,= ,,, unnsm sen, umy uemer, m tne . Collared shirt, S-XL . SChooL we nave classes for s- u Phone 402-879-4960 or 402-879-4954 ,a.~ " Mr. and Mrs. Stan VanMeter, were Sunday s P Denim jeans, 8-14 ....... 1000 800 i I / .......... .ternoon. mr. Collared shirt. S-L ............. 8.50 8.80 ! III IM I Brad. Bryan. Brant and Blaine Mr. and Mrs. Myl [ I ...... I .... moved into their new home Leon and Kyle. DenimS'jean 4-7 ............. 800 B.40 ~ ~/ I IIIMAm/Akl I/~'E~KI IAi'A'',r'~"~kl ~ Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Van- Mrs. AlfredL~ Salepriceeffe~c,,,tlYelhroug'hSatur~ay. ~q/lI . r~L_, ,'NI vrr~|'NI ../~'~tl,~.,-')'~,J,.. 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