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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS rdy Ii Becky Edwards, Lincoln, and Bandy Edwards, Hutchinson. Ha Local ]Vews Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thayer were honored Sunday on their - ~ 40th wedding anniversary and By Mrs. Harvey Petersea hheir parents' absence, at a housewarming when Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Lance Sunday afternoon visitors of and Mrs. Marvin Thayer, Mr. returned home Tuesday from a Mr. Mrs. Oscar Eitznmnn and Mrs. Ivan Troudt, Wilma trip to California which began were Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Jones, Arlo Thayer, Mr. and Feb. 27. They visited Mr. and Eitzmann, Byron. Sunday Mrs. Kenneth Corman, David, Mrs. Walter Andersen, Hemet, evening the Oscar Eitzrnanns Danny and Kathy and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gillilan, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mrs. Jerome Kohi went to their Thursday, March 17, 1983 Matthew and Lance Edwards, class; 7:30 p.m., Mid-Week Lenten services at St..Paul. Pastor Roger Lenander will lead the service. Martha Circle serves lunch following worship. Friday, March 18, 8:30 a.m., church cleaning with Ruth Circle, upstairs; Martha Circle, east room; and Mary Circle, basement. Sunday, March 20, 9:30 a.m., Sunday school; 10:20 a.m., morning worship. Center, I0 a.m. March 30, Harmonettes practice at 4 p.m. Pastor Sack will begin a class for teens March 27. The class will last about eight weeks. The class will meet on Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. and is open to any teenager. Call Pastor SaCk to enroll. Local basketball player named to Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Larsen Laurel, Lindsey and Leah and legal, were visited Mrs. Edith Sykes at Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Kastrup Rev. Sunset Manor, Deshler, Sunday attended the State Basketball Renee Woods afternoon. They were Tuesday tournament in Lincoln Thurs- GiBer as evening guests of Mr. and MrS: day. They saw the Hartington Arne Larsen, Hebron.Cedar Catholic vs. Grand Island Mrs. Nellie Dillon ac- Northwest game. Thomas Virgil R. and companied Mr. and Mrs. Kastrup a nephew of T. V. SWV4, 35-4-5. Richard Wilton to Hastings Kastrup, played with the DelmarC. Tuesday. Hartington Cedar Catholic team Delmar C. The following attended the which was victorious. Coca-Cois Nebraska-Iowa State basketball York, Inc. to game in Lincoln Tuesday Bottling Co.; Desert Hot Springs. McGowan, Superior. home for a cooperative dinner. Union Church: Sherman all-star team evening: Mr, and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Charlotte Christensen 16, Block 44, O. Mrs. Earl Newell took Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webher Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webher minister. Message for The Kansas Jayhawk Com- Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard joined a bus tour group on Feb. Ronald R. Anna Grummert to Hastings called Sunday, March 6, on Mr. were March 5 evening visitors h 20, "The Church of My munity College Conference has Hanaen, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 25, for a trip into the southern C Farms, Inc.; ofMr. andlt{ s. Clifford Young, Dreams," Acts 11:19-30. announced the naming of 20 Lanham, Mr. and Mrs. Larry states, climaxing in Florida. A Donald A. Monday for a medical ap- and Mrs. Marvin Weisner, Superior. Ushers: Erwin Sweet, Clyde outstanding basketball players Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward speclal treat was a day with Mr. Pedersen to pointment. Charlotte Permmn Concordia. Mr. Wekner is a and Louise Andersen ac- patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr.andMrs. Bill corman and Cramer, Orval Bargen, andto the East and West All-Star Schoof, Mr. and Mrs. Roger and Mrs. Donald Cbristensen, Pamela Buresh; companied them. While in Mr. and Mrs. SerensenMr.andMrs. LeonardErickson Dwayne Dahl. Special music: teams. One of these athletes is Kastrup and Mr. and Mrs. Riceville, Iowa, who were in Hastings they also visited went to Hutchimoh March 3 for returned home March 4 from a James Zoltenko. March 17:originally from the Superior Leslie Brandt. Dade City, Fla., for the winter. 4"BSarah L. Minnie Klingerberger, a sister the weekend, two-weekvacation in Texas and WCU spring breakfast, 9 a.m. area. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jep- They returned March 11. to ErneatJ. of Mrs. Grummert, who is a March 5 weekend guests of Mexico. Devotions: Vivian Brown. Randy Edwards," 6'2", was pasen, Theresa and Sandra and Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. 20-2-5. resident at Perkins Pavilion. Mr. andMrs. ArchiePersinger Mr. andMrs. Den Gastnn and Program: "Holy Week," Mr. and Mrs. Einar Hansen were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Per- Joaie, Todd Gasten, Superior, "Think on These Things." were Sunday dinner guests of singer, Minneapolis, Kan. and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fry, Theima Mickeisen, Chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Berneu Miller Grand bland, went to Colorado Hostesses: Evelyn Sweet, Steven and Shirrese, Lincoln, to were Friday afternoon visitors Springs Thursday, returning Dorothy Jensby, Helen Aurand, celebrate with Steven on his of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance. home Sunday. They were guests Lela Jones, Bula. Clark and 13th birthday. Alta Mac Pedersen and Mrs. d Mr. and Mrs. Dnane An- Arlene Stensen. March 20, Wedneaduy, March2, Mr. and Axel Zoltenko were visitors dersonandVeEtta and Mr. and Family night at church, 6:30 Mrs. Grog Jenaen, Ryan and also. Mrs, BryanOlsen. JoaieGastnn p.m., with Donna Miller in charge of meal. March 25, Sing- selected from the squad at Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen visited Christensen and Rhnnda were Correction: HutchirmonCommunity College I;telbert Jeppesen at Bryan Randy Christensen, Kearney, Corman to to play on the west team. Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, and the Rocky Renz, Larry E. Corman; The game, which features the Sunday. Delbert returned home Judy and Doyle Cbristensen Part SW 19-1-6 top 20 sophomore basketball Tuesday. families. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar players from Kansas corn- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Christe men and Mrs. Annette Credit Bureau mtmity colleges will be played and Mrs. Larry Mikkeisen, Christiansen and Arden joined Inc. vs. March 27 at Barton County Ryan and Tammy to honer them for the afternoon. Brockman; Community College, Great Larry for his birthday were Mr. judgment. Bend. Players were nominated and.Mrs. Ted Schott, Superior, Mrs. Elsie Wiasing, Superior, Sack Lumber Nichole, Ord, came to the home Friday evening visitors of Mr. and the Oisens went skfing at Monarch, Colo., and others of a-long at the Good Samaritan by their coaches, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans visited Mrs. Louis Noblttt, Mrs. Bill Jerome; of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pedarsen. and Mrs. Jens HoMer were Mr. the group went sightseeing, Nichole remained and Mrs. Neia Sorensen. Ryan and I R ki L cal Ne !Mikkelsen' ForrestDillnnandMrs. Harry judgment. with their grandparents while Mr. and Mrs. Dave Belden including the Royal Gorge. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lipker Jensen Friday afternoon. their parents went on to Kansas and sona were Sunday dinner They returned home via and Brent, Red Cloud, were Friday supper guests of Mrs. Courtlancl City. The Jenaena returned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kearney leaving Josie to 0 WS Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Dillon were Mr. and Mrs. Jay ' Saturday afternoon and they Newell. The Belden family were resume her college cissses. Mr. ' Elmer Lipker. Jensen and sons, Mrs. Noblitt guild to and the children returned to Ord enroute to Lincoln for dental Fry and Mrs. Anderson are brother andsister of Mrs. By Mrs. Ronaid Lewis group of 18 from the--Rnskin Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kastrup, and Mrs. Jensen. Easter Sunday afte--. Mr. and Mrs. appointments. Bethany Lutheran Church: Senior Citizens group had ~ TrCOoiL~rth !e Ne ~I Jerry Stratman, Amy and Ted, Mrs. Harry Webber and Mary Gaston. The Geneva, visited in the Pedersen O'Neill, Superior, were Thursday evening Mr. and Pastor Jeff Chubb. Thursday, dinner Tuesday at the Senior home March 4, returning home Hastings visitors last Monday. Mrs. BillCorman, Dan Corman, March 17, Bethany Lutheran Citizens' Center in Deshler. hold their Cletus and Conrad visited Mr. Church Women afternoon and Several remained for en- Ol l WS competition on Saturday night. , Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gunn, Angie, evening circles, Bible study and tertninment and the afternnnn. ,-- _ -- ; _. ............................ at the Pike Va Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet were School Gym ~al Jody and March, Chester. quilt sewing, 9-12 noon. Sunday, Tuesday aRernoon guests of and Mrs. Jens HoMer were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith and Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. March 20, Sunday school, 9:30 Mrs. Annette Cbristlanaen to r a fie urt eight on axle, $25 and costs. Area artists Beauford HoMer, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McGowan. Bill Corman and Arlyne Qunn a.m. ; worship, 10:30 a.m. help her celebrate her birthday Speeding: Terry R. Caruso," David A. White, no enter their or Edgar Tietjen, David and June Mr. and Mrs. Einar Hansen and drawings visited Mrs. Clara Gunn, Lenten services, Wednesdays, were Mrs. Ezra Olsen, Hardy, $10; Douglas G. Sterkel, $10; registration, $10 and costs. and LeRoy HoMer, Todd, were Sunday evening visitors of Edgar. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Caroline Doering, Randy L. Brown, $10; John T. Kenneth R. Kastanek, count welcome to view Tammy and Kimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorenaen. ............................... St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Deshler; Mrs. Olga Sorenaen, Theer, $I0; Billy Q. Smith, $I0; one, overweight on axle, $25, from I:00 to Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards The Sorensens visited Mr. and {: ........... Pastor Larry Rodencal. Sun- and Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Cor- Mrs. Ras Hanaen Thursday I Ch/~C man returned home Sunday evening, h NeWS 8:45day' March 17, Sunday school, worship, 10:00 a.m. am.; from a four-day trip to Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Barnes, South Sioux City, were at the Edwards home caring for Mathew and Lance Edwards in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pedersen were in Lincoln Friday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. Neis Sorensen, For Sale St. Paul Lutheran Church: Ted McIntyre, pastor. Wed- nesday, March 16, 1:30 p.m, Bible study at the church. Julia Pedersen is leader. Everyone hostesses. 4:00 p,m., catechism Lenten services, Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed- nesdsys, 8:~0-9:30 p.m. (during Lent); Saturdays, 9-10 am.. Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen, librarian. Certified Larry and Otee, Registered Bates and Lang, Forage Oats Certified, Moore and Lodi and Not Certified, Lodi and Lyon Soybeans Certified Century, Cumberland Williams 79, Woodworth and Douglas Registered Williams 82 and Sparks _Alfalfa Seed and Clover Seed Oahlgren Hybrid Sunflower Seed Paul's Feed and Grinding 402-279-3465 Donuts and Coffee Served All Day All 3 Days Stop In 2:00 p.m. i At The Keith Lance Residence . ~" "=~" -,~ ~I,~ ~,m~ ~ -~'~" ~ Donuts and Coffee Served All Day All 3 Days I I 0 During These Three Days And Save / (March 1983 Commercial March 24, 25, 26 Price List) Ruskin, Neb. 68974 Phone 402/226-2221 254 Ee Fourth Superior, Neb. 68978 Phone 402/879-3223 ON rHZ FARM SERVICE Visit Our Booth At The Home Show a March Mrs. Hazel Renz, Mrs. Marie Orpha M. Fego, $28; Iva R. and count two, overweight on afternroon. Hummer, Mrs. Stella Noblltt, Thayer, $13; Betty .axle, $25 and costs. The Courtland Mrs. Vera Kaldahi, Mrs. Lillie Pohlmeier, $10; Gregory R. Superior Traffic Court observing Mikkelsen, Mrs. Martha Weigard, $10. Magdalena J. Warneking, niversary this McIntosh, Mrs. Thora Larry J. Miller, failure to stop illegal U-turn, $10 and costs. Christensen, Mrs. Louise at stop sign, $10 and costs. Rodger W. Bussart, speeding, Jensen and Mrs. Louis Lewis. Doyle Christensen, no $10 and costs. The Friendship Bible study registration, $I0 and costs. Prob tel)epartment group met Wednesday morning Paul P. Kucera, failure to Estate of John W. Bauman; RopubUc with Mrs. Oscar Cbristenaen. stop at stop sign, $10 and costs, order for complete settlement, William Brandt had herniaLawrence R. Bauer, over- schedule of distribution and guest of a surgery at Thayer County weight on axle, $25 and costs, receipts, sandwich-salad Memorial Hospital, Hebron, Paul J. Kebmetscher, failure Estate of Annie Beyke; order by the Republic Tuesday. to stop at stop sign, $10 and for complete settlement, club Sunday, Mrs. Helen Stiles and C. F. costs. Estate of Robert E. Wade;in Superior Bondegard, Oak, were Sunday James L. Dixon; driving while receipts and consent to schoolhouse were t I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. intoxicated, second offense, discharge and discharge of these activitites. Evon Sykes. ' $500, and costs, nine months personal representative. Kevin Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor-probation, two days in jail and Estate of Claudia Miller;meeting to order. man andKathyvisitedMr, and license suspended for sixinventory, petition for deter- members answe I Mrs. Floyd Brakhage Sunday months, ruination of inheritance tax, with "How Many afternoon. James R. Conger driving order determining no Down Skating."Tt while intoxicated, $200 and inheritance tax due, petition for led the club in costs, nine months probation complete settlement, report and council meeting and license impounded 60 days. account of personalgiven by Paula Timothy Elledge,. driving representative. Cline gave.a le while intoxicated, $200 and Estate of John W. Meyer; "selecting a costs, six mAmths prob tien and receipt and discharge of per- was the license iml unded 60 days., ' Ti rothy Sherba k', over- This yeer, there ere more than 100 changes in the tax laws and forms. But at H&R Block, one thing hasn't changed ,.. fair prices! Just ask, and we'll give you a free estimate of the cost for prepar,ng your return. You get a complete interview. Plus we doublecheck your return for accuracy. HSR BLOCK The new fox lows. This yeor's #! reason to go to H&I Block. i 20 West 4th 402-879-331 I, 9-6. MON.-FBI.. 9-5 SAT. APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE sonal representative. Estate of Gertrude Russell; order for complete settlement. Estate of Lena A. Lewis; receipts and consent to discharge and discharge of personal representative. 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