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f / CRADLE ROLL CALL Monday, March 13 PEO meets with Mrs. Paul Schmeling at 6:30 P.m., for a salad and sandwich supper. Tuesday, March 14 Beaverville PTA meets at 8 pm. Bring Cake or cookies and jello and own service for family. Thursday, March 16 perior Mothers' . Y Club meets with Mrs. Bill Erickson at er home two and one- If miles east on old way 8. Co-hostesses zi]l be Mrs. Francis cke and Mrs. Curtis [eck. Dr. T. C. [iekhaefer will speak 0a amblyopia and P.K.U. WILBUR KIRCHNER, (left) finished first and Douglas Crary finished third in the Soil and Water Conservation Speech contest sponsored by the Omaha World-Herald and Nebraska Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Both are students at Guide Rock High School. Photo by Mrs. Marjorie Smith Entertains Guide Rock Students nsas Chapter ot NebrasKa Wi Sp ch C 210 recently en- f ee ontest the Kansas Chapter at the home of Mrs. Smith. The evening a low calorie meal each member in- herself. The of the evening was cards. , were Shellhase, twice, Mrs. Glenn An- and Mrs. Don Fintel. were won by Allington, three Smith and Mrs. results of the pig contest First and for TOPS Leo Zadina and Mrs. and for KOPS, and Mrs. Allington. reached her K.I.W. Mrs. earned her half- goal charm. winners of the contest were Mrs. Runners-up were and Mrs. Winning for KOPS Smith. won the rose ; a result of the recent contest. of the team entertained at a luncheon at the Elmer Rempe. of the month was Andreasen. KOPS won by Mrs. Er- and Mrs. Smith. Club Club met at the Irene Barfknecht afternoon. Roll answered by telling of day incident. Mrs. was a visitor.  Vaembers were present. Gharring won the The hostess served next meeting will be 16 with Mrs. Pete Residents Mrs. Dean Wollen Matilda German to Superior Mr. Wollen by the Burlington They have a son, at Liberty, Mo. Home Swanson of returned home from Aberdeen Md., and will duty with 169 , Belleville. his work with Equipment Co., at The Stirrin saga of GrizzlY Monarch's "Wtllict With man ' t Wilbur Kirchner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kirchner, won first place in the Soil and Water Conservation Speech contest held in Red Cloud, Feb. 28, at the court house. Douglas Crary, son of Mr. and Birthday Surprise For Mrs. Jensby Mrs. Kenneth Jensby of Hardy was honored at a sur- prise birthday party Wed- nesday afternoon. Those helping her celebrate were Mrs. Virgil Peterson, Mrs. Tom Sorensen and T. J., Mrs. Don Edwards, Mrs. Robert Jensby and Lori, Mrs. Bill Delka, Julie and Les, Mrs. Don Delka, Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin, Mrs. Elmer Paul and Mrs. Glenn Edwards of Hardy and Mrs. Paul Edwards, Steve and Kim and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Jensby were also honored at a housewarming Saturday night. Hardy Church To Celebrate 100th Birthday Plans were formulated at a meeting of the Centennial committee of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hardy March 6 to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Lutheran witness in the Hardy Mrs. Clinton Crary won thrid place. Wilbur is a junior, Doug a sophomore, at Guide Rock High School. The contest was sponsored by the Omaha World-Herald and Nebraska Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. The topic was "Role of Youth in Natural Resource Con- servation" and was open to all Nebraska School students in grades 7 through 11. Wilbur will enter the area contest to be held in March. Fifteen dollars was awarded the first place winner, $10 for second place and $5 for third. Winners Named By Ruskin Woman's Club The arts and crafts winners were named and new officers elected last Thursday at a meeting of the Ruskin Woman's Club. Roll call was answered by 13 members. The art winners are as follows: Kindergarten: Donald Smith, first; Sandra Hinz, second. First grade: Lisa Franzen, first; Julie Hofts, second. Second grade: Jeanine Debus, first; Roberta Brandt, second; Julie Meyer, third; and Janet Hofts, fourth. Third grade: Eva Renz, first; community on June 17 and 18, Julie Drohman, sond; According to Rev. Kent Fourth grade: Lori Meyer, Morse, pastor, "On June 18, first; Emil Sticka, second; Pat 1872, our forefathers began holding Lutheran worship services in the Hardy com- munity. Since that time there has been continuous Lutheran witness. In order to remember the ministry of all the Christians who have been members of this congregation or one of its predecessors, June 17 and 18 have been dates set aside for celebration." Members of the Centennial committee include Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen and Rev. Kent Morse. St. Peter's Ladies Aid Meets Thursday The Davenport St. Peter's Ladles Aid met last Thursday in the parish hall. A prayer ser- vice was held in the church, led by Christian Growth Chairman Mrs. Marvin Holtzen. Mrs. Don Heinricks presided at the business meeting. It was voted to go to York for the tour on March 27. Lunch was served by Mrs. Russell Schroeder, Mrs. Don Vorce and Mrs. Marvin Vieselmeyer. Girl Scout News Brownie Troop 19 met at the Baptist Church Monday. They turned in their cookie orders and practiced their songs for the Girl Scout Birthday party next Monday. Lisa Disney brought treats. Girl Scout Troop 179 met in the Presbyterian Church basement Monday. They practiced their skit for Friday noon and Monday night. Mona Schaaf showed things she had done for her book and musician badges. Renz, third; and Kelly Biltoft, fourth. Fifth grade: Richard Lewis, first; Ivan Melton, second; Cindy Renz, third; and Daryl Debus, fourth. Sixth grade: Kent Betten, first; Brian Meyer, second; Karla Sorensen, third; and Jennifer Krogh, fourth. First and second place winners will be sent to the district convention in Araphoe March 18. The following sang solos: Diane Schiermeyer, Pam Schultz, Brenda Schultz and Joe Maschmann. Joe received first place and Pam second place. Mary Burns had the only entry in sewing. She will model her outfit at district. Judges for the fine arts contest were Jim Bohart, Deshier, music; Mrs. Bernard Betten and Mrs. Larry Smith, sewing; and Miss Nancy Ebsen and Mrs. John Krogh, art. The members voted to donate $15 for Girls State and that the library could be used as a teachers' lounge on the day of the band clinic, if approved by the town board members. The new officers elected for the term, 1972-74, are: Mrs. Katherine Jensen, president; Mrs. Gary DeWester, vice- president; Mrs. Berwyn Petersen, secretary; and Mrs. Helen Nelsen, treasurer. The following were elected to the library board: Miss Kathryn Jo Jenssen, Mrs. Ed Schultz and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen. A former resident of the Superior community, Mrs. Nell Hanson, of Norman, Neb., had major surgery recently at Bryan Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Frieda Frahm of Nelson spent some time with her Productions Inc.* 3 Always lussPectacular SKI Short e'Get Hot" -.ow Times "J'h,.:" 7:00-9:00 "'"rSday, March 16 Only Saturday, March II 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dance To The Music of SALT CREEK PLAYBOYS V. F.W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME I Local News Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilton returned home last Friday evening by plane after spending last week at Houston, Texas, attending the National Farmers Union meeting. They also went sightseeing and attended a rodeo at the Astrodome. Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Al Jorgensen were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirch- haft of Hardy, Mrs. H. E. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kirch- haft of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of Nora, Mrs. Herchell Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Biltoft of Nora and Mrs. Marie Madsen. Mrs. Lloyd Cook of Chester was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborne. In the afternoon, they all called on Mrs. Elmer Alstrum of Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Chan- dler of Arvada, Colo., spent last weekend in the Jay Morris home. Mr. and Mrs. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jordan of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Morris were together for a cafe dinner on Sunday. Paul Ball had surgery on Monday of last week at Byran Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Ball was with him until Thursday. Out-of-town relatives here for the funeral of Bill Henderson last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Henderson and family of Brighton, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson and family of Concord, Calif., Mrs. Dean Shuck of Lincoln, Mrs. Max Harris of Hanover, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Verlln Martin and Uyonda of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Martin of Beloit, Nancy and Debbie Martin of Clay Center, Kan., Vernon Martin, Kim and Doug of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin and family of Palmyra, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pegg and Edgar Martin of Red Cloud, Harry Fasket and Marion Niles of Orleans, Neb., Charles Manning of Visa, Okla., and Gene Hen- derson of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henerson and family of Concord, Calif., and Kaylee Henderson of Brighton, Colo., were Friday night guests in the Emery Martin home. Sunday evening guests were Mrs. Hettie Martin and Edgar and Mrs, Elsie Pegg of Red Cloud and Mrs. Max Harris of Hanover, Md, Sunday guests of Mrs. Gus Fintel were Mr. and Mrs. DOn Fintel and family, Mrs. Minnie Wernecke and Bill and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock. Don Fintel was honored on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ehlers and Jimmy of Lincoln visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elders and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langer. Thru Saturday @@@@@ WALT DISNEY'S IT'S THE HAPPIEST CANINE CARTOON OF ALL? [] eleaSedWBLICNAWSIADiSTRIJICO INC ; 157| W0, pf  Playboy Nite Saturday 10:30 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lovewell and children of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lovewell of Lovewell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Patricia of Webber. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simms and Jennifer of Republic were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simms of Republic. Patricia and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Langer of Mankato spent Saturday in Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas returned home on Monday of last week from two-week trip to Texas. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Garber at Donna, Texas, went fishing on Padre Island and visited friends at Harlingen. They also went on a trip into Mexico. Superiom- spending last week at Brownsville, Texas, were Dr. and Mrs. R.J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noren, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Eickmann and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lillich. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCord, Mr. and Mrs. James Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Deuel, Dr. and Mrs. Dale Kinyoun and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Vale spent last week at Padre Island. All Seats $1.50 Mr. and Mrs. Art Dederman and family of Lincoln spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Klingenberger. Mrs. Leona Rust visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rust, jr., and family in Hastings from Tuesday of last week until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Wells of Grand Islnad visited Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Alice Wells, and with Mr. and Mrs. Val Thompson. Mrs. Wells has recently been hospitalized. Relatives here to attend the funeral of Glenn L. Hutt last Saturday from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Mosier, Debra and Brad of Auburn, Wash., Nancy Mickelsen, Jerry Snavely and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Clenahan of Hastings. Mrs. Olive Polhemus and Jane, Mrs. Edith Parsons, Tom McGowan and Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Wolfe of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Garold Parsons and Bertha of Hobbs, N. M., Donald and Delbert Mr. and Mrs. Don Hasselman of Bellevue are the parents of a daughter born in Omaha on March 1. She weighed seven pounds and 10 ounces, and has been named Amy Dawn. She has one sister, Ann. Grand- parents are Mrs. Edna Hineline of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Hasselman of York. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun are the parents of a daughter born Thursday at the Nuckolls County Hospital. She has been named Heidi Jo. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gratopp and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rath- bun. Mr. and Mrs. David Burns of Macksville, Kan., are the parents of a daughter, Daun Marie, born Feb. 26. She has a brother to welcome her. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warner. A son, Michael Shawn, was born Feb. 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Liner of Salem, Ore. He has a four-year-old sister, Kristin. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McMains of Lebanon, Ore., and his great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mabel McMains and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop of Burr Oak. His great great grand- mother is Mrs. Edith Clark of Mankato. He is the 23rd great great grandchild of Mrs. Clark. A daughter was born Feb. 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jacobs of Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Jacobs is the former Nancy Collins of Lawrence. Thursday, March 9, 1972 DOUGLAS G. SIMMS, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simms of Republic, recently graduated from Washburn University School of Law of Topeka. Mr. Simms has ac- cepted a position in Belleville and will be in partnership with Fred D. Swayer. Mr. Simms is a ]962graduate of Republic Rural High School, 1966 graduate of Kansas State University, served three years in the United States Army and was discharged as a First Lieutenant. He is a member of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity of Washburn University. He is married to the former Paula Beth Tibbets of Belleville. They have one daughter, Christine Beth, two and one-half years old. Julius Mazour Celebrates 99th Birthday Feb. 25 Friday evening, Feb. 25, Julius Mazour celebrated his A daughter, Stacey Lynn, was 99th birthday at the home of his born Feb. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Rose Janda. Bob Schroer of Odell, Neb. She Father John Kelly offered mass weighed eight and one-half which was attended by 50close pounds. Mrs.-Schroer is the relatives and neighbors. former Jeanne Reiman of Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reiman and Mr. and Mrs. Art Schroer of Lawrence are the grandparents. Mrs. Earl Gharring Honored Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Earl Gharring on her birthday. Those present besides the honoree, were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons, Mrs. Tony Henricksen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dillman. Hosts Party Wicks of Adel, Iowa, Mr. and Chris Swanson of Courtland Mrs. Dennis Erkenbrack of hosted a party at his home .Kensingt0n, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, Feb. 26. Guests were Rodney Petersen of St. Mary s sta damS, Vicki Thurber, Kan., Miss Anna McGowan of MichelleNeison, Robin Walker, Colorado Springs, Colo., Nor- Karla Adams, Norma BoRe, man McGowan of Goodland, Debbie Jensen, Danny Gerton, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Galen Perry Crowell, Kay Mikesell, Kinzie of Des Moines, Iowa, Mr. Bobby Reed and Trace Hallack. and Mrs. Ray Gooden of Maxwell, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. James Levendofsky and Mr. and Mrs. Monte Thomas of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sturm of Papillion, Neb. Norman Master left for his home Wednesday and Mrs. Master and children will remain for a longer visit with her mother. They took a trip on an eeal_ .maeh.ine. "" , without DraKes. r-Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday For All the Family A l:X:xtriotic, chaotic come00. A HOWARD W. KOCH prod'tioo -shut m,imeum GIRL" A Paramount Picture Young and Old will love this Comedy THEATRE Plume 879-19 SHOW TIMES MAT/N[[, SATURDAY and SUNDAY .......... 2.00 SUNDAY LrVNING .... 8.00 W[[K NIGHTS .......... ?:30 Lunch was served after an enjoyable evening of visiting and reminiscing over old times. ....... , ,,,= - Dance Saturday THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A School Lunch Menu Monday, March 13: Chih soup, crackers, chocolate cake, peanut butter sandwich, ap- plesauce, milk. Tuesday, March 14: Creamed turkey, whipped potatoes buttered peas, citrus salad (jello), rolls, butter, milk. Wednesday, March 15: Barbeques, potato salad, creamed carrots, apple crisp. milk. Two Crowned At College Capers Mike Lanham of Nora was crowned Most Eligible Bachelor and Sharon Haas Most Typical Coed at the Fairbury College Capers last Wednesday night. The two were voted on by the student body and the choice seemed especially appropriate since they are engaged. Lanham was unable to be present as he was playing with the juco basketball squad in the sub-regional tournament at Norfolk. Attendants were Barbara Rohr of Tobias, Cheryl Yates of Geneva, Terry Coffee of Lincoln and Bob Kersenbrock of O'Neill. Church Group 4 Works On Quilts Eleven members of Group 4 of Christ's Lutheran Church, Davenport, met for an all-day meeting Tuesday. They worked on quilts to be given to homes on the area and for the Lutheran World Relief. A covered dish dinner was served at noon. Thursday, March 9, 1972 The Superior Express, sub scription rates $5.00 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere m the United States. Ten cents per single copy. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska, Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, Inc., at 148 East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 6877P. O O March II FRANK KORBELIK 9 p.m. to I a.m. Eagles Club GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME I _ I I IIII Bathroom Fixtures Toilet Tissue Holder Towel Ring Wall Soap Dish Towel Bars 3 Sizes Tub Soap Dish 47 Assrtment Values to 9go Red Tag Special Fan Fair Interior Latex Patnt $1.99 Oa.o. t Rozzer 99 Panty Hose 2 Pa." $1,OO Towel Set 77