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~[A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Shows Slides Of Holy Land Trip Thursday, March 15, 1973 Kenneih Hurd is pictured with his I,urth lamp, attract~ely made from a hub of a wagon wheel. The standard or upright piece is a spoke from the wheel and the fixlures are from a kit he had purchased. Hurd had seen one which was made several years ago, and decided lhat he could do equally as well. The varnished hub also serves as a night light, or both and tx)ttom can be turned on a Ihe same time. His next hobby achievement is lo make a coffee table from an old wagon wheel. He also has a c, ileciion of 35 pieces of barb wire, Indian artifacts and other items of interest. Hurd has lived his entire life Eighteen members and one guest atlended a dinner and business meeting of the Superior Business and Professional Women's Club M,,nda3 evening al Hotel Leslie. lh,II call was answered by naming something about famous people or events. Mrs. William Morehead presided at the business meeting. Reports were given by officers and chairmen. It was also election of new officers. Miss Nancy Ebsen showed' slides ,f her recent lr~ to the II,,ly Land, Mrs. Lee Sage was chairman for the evening. The next .meeting will be. March 26 with Mrs. Everett Barfknecht as chairman. Program On India At Meeting Of Presbyterian Assn. The Women's Association of I he Unit ed Presbyterian Church reel Wednesday at West- minister Hall with Mrs. Bert Ackley, Mrs. Ed Chard and Mrs. Nels Nelsen as hostesses. Miss Geraldine Kauffman presided at the meeting. Mrs. George Johnson centered her devotions on Ash Wednesday--a positive and negative attitude oward "Fast." Mrs. Johnson will be chair- man of the rummage sale planned for March 24. Mrs. C. A. Van Nortwick gave an interesting program on India. She was assisted by Mrs. John McNulty, Mrs. O. F. Crispin and Mrs. Herbert At kins. Woman's Club Has Program On Art The Superior Woman's Club met last Tuesday in the Lady Vestey Room, Hotel Leslie. Mrs. Don Smalley led the pledge of allegiance and the club collect. Mrs. W, D. Wrench gave the thought of the day. P~fll call was answered by Carla Thompson Is Bride Of Gene Andersen The double ring wedding teremony of Miss Carla Jean "rh, mlpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson of l lardy, and Gene Andersen, son ,,f Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andersen of Ruskin, was performed at the h,me ,,f Lee Wall of Superior. Witnesses were Mrs. Robert Andersen and Arlo Thayer and My. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson and Cassondra. A reception was held at the Rill Andersen home. The couple will be at home in Ruskin. Winners Named By NE 210 Tops Club Best losers of NE 210 TOPS hw February were Mrs. Martin Spring, Mrs. George Stierwalt, Mrs. }larry Webber and Mrs. Bob Brant. KOPS Quarter winners were Mrs. Spring, Mrs. Exal Zoltenko, Mrs. E. Andreasen and Mrs. Brant. Queen of the Month was Mrs. Zolt enko, who received a charm from the club. KOPS dollars were earned by Mrs. Zoltenko, Mrs. E. An- ddreasen, Mrs. Brant and Mrs. Spring. Spinner gifts were won by Mrs. Glen Andreasen and Mrs. E. Andreasen. Mrs. Spring and Mrs. Brant were winners in the Valentine cent est. The current Officers Quickie was won by Mrs. Stierwalt for Ihe '~OPS and Mrs. Spring for the KOPS. The winners of the latest team contest were entertained at a low cal luncheon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Rempe on Feb. 27. Sa m Circle I Meets Thursday Circle I of Salem Lutheran Church met Thursday afternoon in Salem Lutheran Church fellowship Hall. Eighteen Never Idle Club Meets Thursday The Never Idle Club of Hardy met with Mrs. Herb Pedersen Thursday. Hand work was done for the hostess. Fifteen mem- bers were present. Mrs. Arthur Moran, Mrs. Forrest Dillon and Mrs. Ova Sehultz of Ruskin were the out-of-town members. Mrs. Brad Blair, Brandon and Milady were guests. Ruskin Auxiliary Meets Tuesday PLAYING THE E GAME. Todd Baird, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baird, is playing the E game with Mrs. Wylie Jensen at the free vision screening clinic for pre-school children last Thursday. The clinic was sponsored by the Superior Mothers' Study Club and the Nebraska Society for 1he Prevention of Blindness. Seventeen were tested plus all the pupils attending the Superior Nursery School. Express Photo Tim Superior Woman's Club ar contest and show was held last Tuesday at the Hotel Leslie. The show was open to the public afternoon and evening and was well attended. The first and second place winners will be entered in the district contest o/a March 24 at Grand Island. They are as follows: Kindergarten : Stephanie Gibbon, District 2R, first place; Becky Kimminau, District 2R, sec.nd place. Firsl grade: Arnold Miller, Dislricl 2R, first; Neal Lewis, Dislrict 88, second. Second grade; Shelly Gibbon, Dislrict 2R, first; Tim Sehott, Districl 11 South Ward, second. Third grade: Lisa Langer, District 11, North Ward, first; l,aura Gordon, District 11, Norlh Ward, second. Fourth grade: Kevin Wulf, Dislricl 2R, first; Lane Wissing, District 2R, second. Fifth grade: Kim McGowan, District 11, North Ward, first; hwi Fintel, District 11, North Ward, second. Sixlh grade: Ronald Ahrens, District 11, North'Ward, first; Sharon Sund, District 2R, second. Seventh grade: Salley Jane The Ruskin American Legion Auxiliary Unit, No. 242, met at the home of Mrs. Lyle Sorensen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. LeVonn Peterson presided. Unit Chaplain, Mrs. Eldred Hinz, gave devotions. Eleven members answered roll call. Fairview Neighbors Meet Wednesday Schroder, Nelson Junior High, Couple Honored Mrs. Heitman Hostess first;Nancy Gharring, District On Anniversary To Valley View Club second. And Retirement Eighth grade: Helen Kramp, A reception, followed by a The Valley View Club met dance, was held at the Deshler Friday in the Community Room Cockrofts Host Ix, gion tlall Feb. 28 in honor of of !he Security National Bank Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bice ofwith Mrs. Eric Heitman as man, Mrs. John Long, was in charge of the program. Mrs. Milan Hansen, grade school and adult art instructor, presented a program on art. They also had the art pictures, which were entered in the contest from the "My Favorite Hobby or Hob- members answered roll call Lucky Twelve in Superior and is employed by bits, or "My Favorite Song." wilh a Bible verse. ShirleyClub Meets h~ Idea| Market. Mrs. Hurd is Fourleen members answered Uhrmacher was a visitor. The an employee of the Farmersroll call president, Mrs. Adel]a Gebers, The Lucky Twelve Card Club S al e Bank. They have twoA group from high school led the lesson from Ephesians of Ruskin met at the home of childi'en, Mrs. Robert Shinn sang two numbers under the on "Live People Grow In Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge (M;u'garet) of Wichita anddirection of Randy Nelson, Grace," with members takingTuesday evening. High prizes Wayne at home, and one music instructor, part in the reading. Mrs.were won by Mrs. Donald The art and cultural chair- Warren Stiles of Nelson was Brand and Ed Rogge. Low granddaughter, Eriea Lee hostess, prizes went to Mrs. Leonard Shinn. Wortman and Arthur Aehter- Ruskin St. Mark's berg. Refreshments of pizza, ice Ladies Aid Meets cream and coffee were served. The April meeting will be at the "l e Ruskin St. Mark's Ladies Donald Brandt home. The Fairview Neighbors Extension Club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Petz tast Wed- club and the schools. The art nesday afternoon. Mrs. work wason display and open to {he public from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. Lawrence Williams presented the lesson, "How To Complain." Monday, the club and the U. D. Club served lunch at the farm sale of Mr. and Mrs. Charles tI.lms. Mrs. Duffy Hostess Helping Hand Club The Helping Hand Club met wi h Mrs. Frank Duffy of Guide Rock Thursday afternoon. Nine members and two guests, Mrs. C fldie Duffy and Pat Pettit, and four children were present. Roll call was answered by naming a Kansas bird and giving its value. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Peele Feted At Bridal Shower The contest was for all school children in Nuckolls County, and a separate contest for Woman's Club members. The first place winners will go to the District Fine Arts contest, also sponsored by Woman's dub, at Grand Island, March 24. The Nebraska Federation of Woman's Clubs 77th annual convention will be April 3, 4, 5 at the Radisson Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln. The spring issue of the Nebraska Clubwoman magazine, mailed to each member, carries a detail program to the convention. Mrs. A. L. Roberts was tea hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. Arvon Marcotte and Mrs. David Oswald. Debra Poole was honored at a bridal shower at the home of Pare EIledge Sunday afternoon. Sixleen guests were present. Games were played after which the honoree opened her gifts. Pally Disney was assisting Appreciation was expressed hostess. l to the Ruskin Women's Club and Round About Ruskin Extension Women's Society Club for financial assistance in Meets At Webber sponsoring a local girl at Girls State. District President Mrs. The Women's Society of the Leo Heath of Glenvil is invited Webber United Methodist to attend the next meeting. The Church met last Wednesday in i Unit has scholarships available lie Fellowship Hall. Mrs. for numerous fields of study. Edwin Ross and Mrs. Jim Carleton. They were hostess. Nineteen were present. celebrating their 45th wedding Mrs. Marvin Webber con- anniversary and also the dueled the business meeting. retirement of Mr. Bice. Pafll call was answered by The hosts for the occasion giving their favorite casserole were their three daughters, dish. Mrs. Iscar Tegtmeier and Mrs. Mrs. Arnold Ross and Mrs. J,,e Keim of Davenport and Marvin Webber presented the Mrs. Dennis Garrels of Grand lesson, "Casseroles." Island, and their husbands. The hostess served refresh- ments. The next meeting will be March 23 with Mrs. Gene Frerichs. Mrs. Glenn Hutt will be assisting hostess. Win In Speech, Dramatics And Spelling Contests Davenport students, Ben Thompsen, Sherry Heinrichs, Karen Reinke, Barb Bates, Terry Teglmeier, Christ Zabel, Peggy Miller, Karen Sanner, Sharlene Biltoft, Lucinda Applications are available at the school office. Mrs. Sorensen served candy bar dessert and coffee. The next meeting will be April 3 at the home of Mrs. Gifford Larsen. Schardt, Cindy Dumler, Joyce Recwar and Becky Jagels, were inwflved in the speech and dramatics contest this year. The team, under the direction ,,f Mrs. Margaret Coffman, was awarded second place in the 1973 Pioneer Conference contest held at Dorchester Feb. 26. Pdmads were hostesses. Mrs. Charlie Russell led the They were only one point from dew)tionals and the missionary cap uring first place trophy lesson. fr,,m Clay Center. The one-act play won first New Residents place. Those participating were Ba~es, Biltoft, Reinke and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Duncan and family have moved m Superior from a farm in the Valley View community Aid met at the church last Thursdoy afternoon, The,Formoso Club Meets president, Mrs. BernardBetten, At Isaacson Home presided. Fourteen members attended. Mrs. Rowlan Anderson, Christian growth chairman, read a message from Psalms, followed by a hymn. The group voted to purchase four new hymnals for use in the church. The spring rally will be held March 26 atTrinity Lutheran Church of Hebron. Rev. Juengel led the topic, "The Word as Scripture." Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson of Formoso entertained the Past Sixteen Club at their home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James and Mrs. Etta Young were invited olavers. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Young, Opal Watson, Charles Watson, Cecil Clark and Mr. James. Cookies and coffee were served throughout the evening. The hostess, Mrs. Virgil Byfield, served lime dessert And Early Days with whipped topping and In Superior coffee. Kensington Meets At Winebar Home Nicholson Family Editor's Note: The following item, which was found in the belongings of the late Howard Nicholson, tells about the Nieholson family and early days in Superior. "The old cottage house owned and operated by Harvey Nicholson--where in the early days one could board and room for $3.50 per week, but it meant more than just food and shelter. It was home to every guest, as an atmosphere of hospitality and good cheer always radiated there. The delicious food cooked in the good old-fashioned way and served in abundance, (home-style) by Miss Roe Nicholson, who waited table, was a joy forever. "Mrs. Nicholson, a fine lovable woman, who never had many spare moments, was never too busy to make her guests feel right at home. She never missed going to Sunday school, where she taught a class fl)r years. We can see her yet with her Bible under her arm, hurrying along just before the las~ bell would sound. "Howard, the youngest sen, caused his mother many anxious moments. He was so The Order of Eastern Star Kensington met Friday at the home of Mrs. Richard Winebar with Mrs. Louise Winebar assisting hostess. Seventeen answered roll call. Mrs. Fred Romig led devotions. The group discussed the work of the Shrine Hospital. Refreshments were served by lhe hostesses. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Romig with Mrs. Val Helm as assisting hostess. Hosts Luncheon And Card Party full of mischief and harmless Sanner. In after dinner speaking Becwar won first place, and in duel acting, Heinricks and Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Lin- nemann entertained at a Sat urday evening luncheon and card party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Block, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koken, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nielsen and Howard Larsen. Is Member Of Kappa Delta Club Has Lesson On Casseroles ,utheast of Superior. They are lh,inke, took third place. Others Kappa Delta Sorority an- pranks always ready to spring a The Friendship Extension residing al 457 Park avenue, placing were Zabel, third, nounces the March 2 initiation joke or tell a funny story, Club reel at lhe home of Mrs. p,,clry reading; Tegtmeier, ,f Miss Janet Kaldahl, daughter keeping guests in an uproar llomer Melvin Friday. Mrs. Davenport Collects f,,urch, prose reading; and ofMr. andMrs. VernonKaldahl mosl of the time. He was Melvin and Mrs. Merlin Greer $923 For Heart Fund Miller, fiflh, prose reading, of Hardy. Miss Kaldahl issometimes af ectionately called prepared several casserole A =he spelling contest at :urrently a sophomore at the 'Peck's Bad Boy.' dishes to serve to the other club The Heart Fund campaign Ilebron Saturday, Kim Schoof University of Nebraska and is "Foster, who was older, more members who arrived in time came to a close Feb. 26, of the w,,n firs( place and Denise majoring in the field of Human quiet and sedate, was often for the noon luncheon. Davenport vicinity when Miss Th,,mp m, second place, inthe Development and Elementary embarrassed by his little The lesson. "Casseroles," Linda Wittrock, chairman, and ' ighdt grade. Seventh grade Education. brolher's pranks. Their cousin, was given by Mrs. Melvin and Mrs. Elmer Henkel assisting winners were Janene Becwar, Mrs. Greer. They explained the chairman, entertained at a first, and Ann Swanstrom,Hosts Card Party Clifford, who came from Iowa make his home at the cottage value of casseroles, stating that coffee and cookie social hour for sec,.nd. Their teacher is Mrs. Thursday Evening and altend school, was a curly ,hcse dishes can add interest to lhe volunteers who helped with Fisher. headed little chap who in ap- pearance resembled Freddie everyday meals. They are easy Ihe collection of donations for Luther League Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts Barlheiomew, the movie star, o make andserve and can be a the heart fund. A total of $223.00 means .f gi ing the familywell was lurned in. The heart fund Meets Sunday hosted a card party in their and was lermed 'cute by the balanced meals, campaign helpers were Mrs. home Thursdayevening. Guests fairer sex. Guesls for the luncheon were Jack Drohman, Mrs. Andris The Luther League met included Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy ' Many years have passed Mrs. Earl Harl, Mrs. Norland Grinbergs, Mrs. Dale Arnold, Sunday evening at Salem lloyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wyliesittce Ihey, and only a pleasant Melvinand Mrs. Edna Hineline. Mrs. Evelyn Kosek, Mrs. H.B. tat:heran Church. Devotions Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Gale memory remains of those good In the afternoon the club J,hnson, Mrs. Clifford Hoins, were by Nancy Bergen and Mikkelsen, Mr. and Mrs. h)lks some whose voices are members spent some time Mrs Fritz Oellerich, Mrs. Janet Shroyer was in charge of R,,dneySimonsen, Mr. andMrs, n,w stilled who warmed the w,,rking on their craft project-- Delvin Ortgies, Mrs. Theodore he aelivily. Refreshments Vie Bergen, Mr. and Mrs. Dale heart of many a stranger who making shopping bags from Brase. Mrs. Elmer Henkel and furnished by Dennis Irhrmacher and Mr. and Mrs. foundhis way to their door with pla.~ie tx~ltles. Miss Linda Wittrock. t;el~,rs and Clark Grueber. Virgil Uhrmacher. splendid hospitality." Library Club Meets Thursday h)vewell Library Club met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Bouray last Thursday, Mrs. Rodney Warren, president, presided at the business meeting. Roll call was "'Something About My An- cestors," and was answered by nine members. Five children were present. Mrs. Wilmer Bouray brought he guess box and it was guessed by Mrs. Rodney Warren. Mrs. Gregory Birrell had entertainment and she presented a Forced Choice Test on Values and Goals which proved very interesting. Discussion followed the test. The hsotess served refresh- ments. The April meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Bert Diamond. Mrs. Briggs Hostess Jewell Social Circle Mrs. Ethel Briggs was hosless to the Jewell Social Circle Thursday. Eighteen members and one guest, Mrs." Jesse Hayes, enjoyed a pot-luck dinner at noon. Each member furnished her own hand work. The afternoon was spent visiting. The April meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hubert Henry. The members will guilt fin" the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockrofl and Janice of Burr Oak hosted a dinner Sunday. The following were guests: Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster, Verlan Broyles of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Max Oyler and Debra Elaine of Ingalls, Ken., Mrs. Orpha Fogo and Kay, Lee and Jeremy Fogo, George Fogo and Miss Nielsen of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Milchie Woerner and family. Mrs. Wulf Entertains Know Thy Neighbors Mrs. Roger Wulf was hostess to the Know They Neighbor Club last Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members answered roll call by telling of their favorite vegetables. Mrs. Vaden lame and daughter were guests. Games were played following the business meeting. Mrs. Ellis Clyde received a gift from her mystery sister. The April meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Richard Wulf. Hill Top Birthday Club Meets Friday The Hill Top Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Kent Morse at Hardy Friday evening. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Otto Eitzmann, Mrs. Frank Ebright and Mrs. Her- bert Breault, Guests of honor were Mrs. Breault, Mrs. Bradley Blair and Mrs. Nels Sorensen. Mrs. Paul was also an honoree, but was unable to be present. CWC Club Meets With Mrs. Blair The CWC Club met with Mrs. Wylie Blair Wednesday af- ternoon with 12 members present. Devotionals were given by Mrs. Lyman Hansen. social afternoon was enjoyed and refreshments were served by the hostess. ONE Phone 879-3291 CIu! District 36, first ; Meyer, District 36, Ninth grade: Dave Superior High School, second places. Tenth grade: Kristi Nelson High School, Kenneth Evans, Su School, second. Eleventh' grade: Pal man, Nelson High Kim l~mhring, School, second. Twelfl h grade : Shroyer, Superior first ; Merri Petit lligh School, second. Third palce and ment ion ribbons awarded. Happy Tuesday Organized Feb. Ch)uds were heavy but were light as 20 women the Masonic building ld Oak, Feb. 27 for a dinner and general This was an meeting Omntry Extension whose president, Warner, presided. She, with Mrs. Nelson community service and Mrs. A. D. the initial preparations meeting. After dinner there wasi business meeting to decisions for the future. decided to meet twice on second and fourth Io continue, to meet Masonic building, the events "Happy General Superinten prepare the building meetings will be Mrs. Mrs. Warner, Mrs. and Mrs. Aspegren. The afternoon was tearing and sewing and starting la veterans: Many projects were Transue suggested the-month observanceS, I one present wrote birthday date on the Mrs. Orville Hafner new kind of place may be easily James L. Platt Mrs. Harris would be the group to quilt. Anyone who visit and not work is Present for this first were Mrs. Dale Nelson Harris, Mrs Lamb, Mrs. James Marshall Bishop, Mrs Mullin, Mrs. Forrest Mrs. Jessie Knight, Platt, Mrs. Bessie Olive Miller, Mrs. Ivs Mrs. Minnie Scott, McDonnel, Mrs. Mrs. Flora TransUe, Verda Lewis, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Cormick, and Mrs. A. D. Town and invite all local and churches to assist Woject of providing il need to meet others. Although the meet collect an the expenses on the further financing is Transportation is alsO for those who do not There is a special women who live outside limits to attend. The next meeting Bring food and ideas. ,o eeee@ Manywedding invitatiom announcements to choo Napkin. for Weddinj, sary, Gift and Party Thank You Notes Phce Cards Guest Boo , Weddinll or Annive . Ringb r r Pillow Flower Girl Basket Cake Kadvee and Servers C lte Ornament Weddin Crosses Attendants' Gifts Bridal Bibles Wedding Annivvr mry lnvitation WEEK DELIVERY Superior, Nebr p