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2 B TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS, Thursday, March 9, 1972 Hardy Local News.... Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller Lewellyn, Richard Lee and were Thursday dinner guests of Kevin Lynn, have moved into Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance. the house in east Hardy owned Sunday dinner guests of Mr. by Mr. and Mrs. John Powell. and Mrs. Hubert Breault and Mrs. Lewellyn is the former daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Runyoun of Hardy. Mr. Raymond Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewellyn attended school at Raymond Burt and sons, John Harvard. Hodgins and Susie Burt, all of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Junior spent the weekend in In- Lewis and daughters of Ames, dependence, Mo., in the Wally Kan., Steve Breault of Hastings, Kohl home. Jim Webber of Superior and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deines of and Mrs. Rudy Hill and Staci. Culbertson, Neb., spent the They were celebrating the weekend in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Peter Trucano. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Kerry were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cars, Dan Corman of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke and family of Oxford. Ted Dondlinger of Shicldey spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dondlinger and Sam came for dinner Sunday and Ted returned home with them. mm t i t t! tt March birthdays of Mrs. Burt, Mrs. Breault, Linda, Nancy and Juanita and Jayne Lewis. Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hill and Staci. Quilters meeting at the home of Mrs. Keith Lance were Fern Workman, Faye Jensen, Mable Czirr, Hilda Pedersen and Fern Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barrett, sr., of Republic and Richard Barrett, jr., and rolm J _Kansa_ s State i H i tt t i ii "'ELI" PEST CONTROL Over 20 Years Experience A service for control of Termites, Roaches, Ants, Silverfish, Spiders, Crickets, Rats, Mice, Bees and others. A Service for Everyone FOR SERVICE CALL: 8W-3532 - GAMBLB. SupeH0r 462-8115 - Hone OHice - Hastinp or Write Box 491, Hastings, Nebraska 68901 I I I I I III I I College, Manhattan and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Herman and family of Daykin, Neb., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder and Bill Lindroth were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calder and Diane. The occasion was Diane's 15th birth- day. Eric Hansen, Jerome Kohl and Don Delka spent Monday in North Platte. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen and family visited Mr. ad Mrs. Lars Pedersen, st., in Hastings Sunday afternoon. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert and family at Glenvil. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ed- wards and family, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Edward and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara, and Bob Edwards of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke and family of Oxford were in Crete Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke and family of Oxford spent the weekend in the Jim Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ,'etersen and Sgt. and Mrs. Roger Petersen and Krlstie Sue were Sunday evzning callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean McGowan. The occasion was Mrs. McGowan's birthday. Mrs. Thomas Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Steve McGowan, Kim and Shaun and Miss Anna McGowan were also guests. Down South Ralph Gunn is a patient at the st. Joseph's Hospital at Con- cordia. Mrs. Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gunn and Charles Gunn visited him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Greer, and Mr. Greer at Lawrence, Kan. They spent PUBLIC Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clare Sims at Overland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell of Salina were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Emma Stenson. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spittles and Mrs. Alice Quinn in Junction City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thornton and Julie of Superior were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Ster.son were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stenson, Mike and David and Mrs. Atha Stenson. Ethel Simmons spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Edith Billingy. Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell to help Mr. Birrell celebrate his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell, Kimberlee and Laurie. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn were lunch guests tater that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell spent Sunday in Hastings with Mrs. Velma Clark. Eric and Aaron Birrell spent the day with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne, and Lisa at Guide Rock. Webber Mrs:--Dale Taylor of Con- cordia visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- well attended the Jewell County Livestock Association dinner at Mankato last Monday evening. Mrs. Loren Silsby had surgery at the Bellevflle hospital last Tuesday. She is making a satisfactory recovery... Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen of Hardy spent last Tuesday evening at the Lawerence Both- well home. Andres Recognized For Accomplishments Ralpil Andres was raised on a farm on Route 2, Hardy, a son of the late Mr. an,, Mrs. Ray Andres. He lost the sight of both eyes during World War II, the victim of a land mine during Europe's Battle of the Bulge. Plastic surgery in several Army hospitals restored most of his .features to normal but could not help his eyeseight. The Lincoln Star for March 6 featured Andres and 'lais ac- complishments in a front page article written by Dean Terrill of the Star's Southeast Bureau. His wife is the former Maxine Depke, a neighbor girl, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Depke, Route 2, Hardy. They became engaged before he entered the Army and were married in California where he was hospitalized. They recently observed their 26th wedding anniversary. They have two daughters, Mrs. Kelly Dorshcer of Cozad and Mrs. Dennis Bergmeier of Plymouth. Andres considers loss of sight to be only a slight handicap. He and wife take part in most regular community activities. He enjoys sports both live and on TV and likes fishing. He has handled a 75-acre livestock operation near Fairbury for 25 years and has earned national recognition for his ac- complishments. Ten years ago, he was Nebraska's Veteran of the year and, in 1970, he was ranked llth in the nation among disabled veterans in their ac- complishments. He does most of the chores in connection with raising up to 160 cattle and 265 hogs and does just about everything about the farm, except drive the tractor. Mrs. Andres is an ac- complished artist who paints and teaches art classes in the area. She has been instructing the members of the Superior Art Guild since the fall of 1968. She will be in Superior again this fall to give individual critiques to members of the Art Guild. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herr- mann, who have been visiting in California, returned home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross called on Mrs. Loren Silsby in the Belleville hospital Thursday afternoon. Valley View Mrs. Dale Crispin became ill last Monday and was taken to the St. Joseph Hospital in Concordia where she is still a patient. Mrs. Jim Healey visited Mrs. Ella Summers Thursday. Ruth and Waldon Rathbun were Friday evening callers at the Ed Mueller home in Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Erich HeRman were Sunday afternoon callers at the Albert HeRman and Mrs. Martha Grauerholz homes in Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen of Fremont were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mrs. Juanita Schaer and Bertha Schiermeyer of Superior were Monday afternoon callers on Ella Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Wilde of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thomas were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed. The Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann of Manhattan spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill and Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Kuhlmann and family in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shotzman of Superior were Tuesday evening callers at the Marvin Webber home. Alvin Webber of Salina visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 'lipton and Debra were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Underkofler of Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross and Harlan Ross of Colby were Saturday evening supper guests at the Arnold Ross home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen of Fremont and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber were supper guests of Mrs. Eleanor Crispin and Wylie Kirkpatrick Saturday evening. ===================== Cadams News Mrs. Leslie Erickson's mother, Mrs. Sadie Intermill, fell early Thursday morning while staying at the Erickson home. She suffered a cracked pelvis and is a patient in the Nuckolls County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers visited Friday evening in the occasion was Mrs. Wilde's home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blacksto and family. .... " vct4 You NEAK ow f o'r R As we have sold our farm, we will sell the following at public aution at the |*%"t' JL L%=%/ farm, located south of Superior on Highway 14 to the state line and then 1% I ..  :>J.- '  miles west, starting at 12:30 p.m., on Wednesday, March 15 FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Olive Hill Ladies Will Serve Lunch II I II I II I1 II I I I II I I I IJ I I I I II I II I I I I altl00 15 Black cows, 4 8yeam old Black bull, 2 years old These cows are big cows and most of them will have calves by sale time. 2 H Farmall tractors, good rubber and extra good condition New Holland Super 77 hay baler with motor Kelly Ryan elevator with jack Sprayer with 50-gallon lined barrel, new Oliver combine, PTO IHC mower, front mount IHC 2-row cultivator John Deere 2-row go-dfg 15-ft. Massey-Harris disc Van Brunt grain drill 4-wheel rubber fired trailer with 6x10 box and hoist 4-wheel rubber tired hay rack John Deere 730 lister Massey-Harris manure spreader Massey-Harris side delivery rake Minneapolis-Moline 2-16 plow 2-section harrow Tumble Bug scraper 2 New Idea rakes II I I I I Illl I II 10-ft. dump rake John Deere feed grinder Buzz saw for H Oam aml Hay 400 Bushels of oats 3t,0 Bales of oat straw Baled cane and baled alfalfa mseeUmmmm 300-gallan fuel tank; 4 50-gallon barrels 30 Gallons of Standard oil 2 16-ft. feed bunks and 4 calf bunks 3 Cement hog waterers Wire and po.s 5-ton hydrauhc jack; 2 IHC cylinders 8 12-fo panels Stock saddle and two bridles 8 12-foot panels; lumber; 60 railroad ties Big cement mixer Pump jack; 5 h.p. gas motor; wheel banw Electric brooder stove 30-ft. Extenion ladder Rack load of tols and miscellaneous items Corn sheller; Ashley wood heater; flat top trunk; 1-row lister; old wagon wheels iiiiii ! i I I II I III I Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled for. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Tuesday evening visitors in the Don Boersma home were Mr. and Mrs. James Wassom of Hubbell. Mrs. Earl Corman and Mrs. Loren Thayer attended a coffee Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. Jerome Kohl at Hardy. David Miller of Lincoln was a weekend guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons. Mrs. Earl Corman called on Mrs. Glenn Hutt Friday. Guests Thursday and Friday in the Elza Grove home were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Nelson of Polk, Neb. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Leo Blackstone home were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Blackstone and family. Visitors that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stenson and family. Keith and Melody Erickson were Sunday afternoon guests of Lynn and Linda Simonsen at the Clarence Simonsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove called on Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gerbeling at Nora Sunday evzning. Friday dinner guests in the Larry Cottam home were Mr. and Mrs. George Cottam of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma Friday evening. Mary and Erna Nelson of Minden visited Sunday in the Cliff Grove home and with Mrs. - Marie Nelson, who is a patient at Nuckolls County Hospital. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Ericksou visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma were in Hebron Sunday evening to attend the 35th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dageforde. 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; 0:00 p.m., Singers of Today. - Tuesday, 8:00 p.m., church council. Wednesday, 2:00 p.m., Lutheran Church Women. Program by Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl and hostesses, Mrs. DOn Boersma and Mrs. Edgar Tietjen; 4:00 p.m., seventh and eighth grade confirmation in Superior; 7: 30 p.m.., Mid-Week Lenten service. Adult choir following the service. The Union Church of Hnrdy: Minister, Peter D. Trucano. Church school, 10:00 a.m.; classes for all'ages. Superin- tendent, Mrs. Mabel Crandall. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "Shall I Betray Him?" Anthem by the men's chorus and ushers, the Calder families. Study on Planning of C.O.CU., 7:00 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall. Lesson by Mrs. Gordon Rashieigh. Chapter 4 and S "To be members in the Family" and "The Living Faith." Monday, Nuckolls county pastors and wives meet at the Nelson Presbyterian Church with a noon carry in dinner and business meeting following. The study of the Gospel of Matthew, 1:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. March 15, the Women's Christian Temperance Union in Munden, Kan., 2:00 p.m. March 16, the Women Christian Union, 2:00 p.m. Devotions by Orphalee and program by Genevieve Kohl on A doctor who operates on himself has a fool for .. a patient. 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SATUROAY Andy Montgomery, Auctioneer and Complete Auction Service ,togTHORSDAY; l?o$ SUNDAY 120 West Fourth PHON E 979.3311 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY SUPERIOR "Easter." Hostesses: Corman, Mary Beuray, Pearl Semmers. March 17, Pastor morning devotions Friday, 8:45 a.m. March 18, 7:30 firmation class, reunion and following. Baptized Sun Kristie Sue, infant of Sgt. and of Anchorage, baptized Sunday Paul Lutheran Church. Mrs. John Jensen sponsors. The were guests in the and Mrs. Harvey cooperative dinner: Mrs. Kent Morse and Mrs. Thomas Petersen and Mrs. Mike, of Superior, Mrs. and Lisa of Lynnette She Wymore, Mr. and Jensen and Sgt. and Petersen and Kristie. A Civil Defense Program The American Auxiliary will serve at the March meeting Hardy Community Monday night at program will be representative of the County Civil Defense Lincoln. Northeast On Sunday evening Mrs. Kenneth companied others Edgar Church of God a house warming new home of Rev. Oscar Berzin. The presented the Brezi gift. Refreshments red. Robert Brown on Monday from an sy on Oklnawa. home for an before going to Ft. to continue his dutie United States Mr. and Mrs. man and family were dinner guests of Mr. Bud Whitmore and Nelson. Other guests and Mrs. Herb of Campbell. Sunday dinner and Mrs. Kenneth were their daughter, Central Nebraska student at Mr. and Mrs. Cartney were dinner Sunday of Mrs. Alda at Nora. Mr. and Mrs. man and father, Nursing Mrs. Norland baby went to Denver to visit her sister, Burch. Carol Ruttman was a l Stephanie Cox at a party in Hastings ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cartney attended the Easter Star struction in Edgar afternoon. There cheon prior to the evening before tl meeting, a Edgar Library. supervisor was Nelson of Kearney. Mrs. McCartney patron and worthy the Edgar Chapter. Regular exercise your zest for living Nebraska Heart Exercise also a greater resistance. and strain. Regular walking says" the Association. benefits include more and not tire qs improved better posture and figure.