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April 20, 1972     The Superior Express
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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS CRADLE ROLL CALL When in grade school, we learned a poem about the months of April, June, Sep- tember and November having 30 days and all the rest except February having 31. Apparently the designer of the 1972 Car- penter Paper Company calendar which hangs in the Express back shop didn't learn the same poem for according to his calendar April has 31 days, the last day of which is Monday. It is comforting to know that should the Express be published a day late this year, we will have a calendar which shows we are right on schedule. For some time the Phillips County Review has been mailing a paper each week to Dwight House at McCracken. Last Monday the Review's subscription department received a check made out to the Fillips Kounty Revue. The message was quite plain and the subscription department changed the spelling from Dwight to Dight. It was a cute reminder that spelling is more than a casual art but will the bank clear the check? Smith Center is only the latest one of many towns being forced to regulate its city dump. Because of mandatory pollution laws now beginning to be en- forced in Kansas, the dump must be closed and locked except for the hours which attendants are on duty. A similar requirement, although very unpopular, was forced on Superior some time ago. It's reported that con- siderable excitment occured on the Little Blue River about eight miles north and west of Deshler when a 17 ton Caterpillar tractor was almost swallowed up in the river sand. The tractor was being used to pull a plow train for the laying of telephone cable. Water was only about 10 inches deep but within minutes the Cat sunk about five feet. The operator. Thursday, April 20, 1972 Ray Wiersma of Belleville, scrambled to safety once the sinking stopped. Three caterpillar tractors equipped with winches were used to free the unit. Superior lost the services of two very capable and dedicated public servants Monday evening when Roland Wages resigned as head of the public works board and Donald Kronberg as mayor. Both have given much of their time for the betterment of the city and this editor certainly regrets their decisions. Ladies Aid Meets At Centennial The Centennial Ladies Aid met last Wednesday in the church parlors. The hymn, "O God Of Jacob, By Whose Hand," was sung. Devotions and prayer were led by Mrs. Stanley E. Elledge. Pastor Robert J. Leege conducted the topic, "How Our Founders Worshiped." The May meeting will be a 12:30 covered dish luncheon and will be guest day. April 25, beginning in thd. morning, *will be church cleaning day. This includes all ladies of-the congregation. The program consisted of musical numbers from the high school, under the direction of Gordon Harper. Paula Wulf was pianist. The dedication of Mites was conducted and Mrs. Arnold Heitman had a mission story on Korea. Hostesses were Mrs. Donald Fintel and Mrs. Gus Fintel. Members Work On Plaques The Valley View Club met Friday with Mrs. Eric HeRman with Mrs. Marvin Webber co- hostess. Twenty were present. Mrs. Eugene Purcell presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Raymond Leece reported on the Extension tea held at Nelson on April 11. The club worked on plaques which will be used as favors for the delegates at the state convention. The next meeting will be April 28 with Mrs. Purcell instead of Mrs. Orrin Zhlers as planned. STATE AWARDS. Daryl Wilton, left, was selected as state farmer and Ed Hall, state agriculturalist, at the FFA State Convention in Lincoln last week. Wilton, Hall FFA State Farmer, Agriculturist Daryl Wilton was selected as Behrends also received an State Farmer and Ed Hall as state agriculturalist at the State Future Farmers of America convention in Lincoln last week, Thursday through Saturday. Adviser Bill Nielsen and 13 members were in attendance. A team, consisting of Steve Behrends, Leland Miller and Kenneth Evans, received a team blue in the poultry contest. Janice Meyer Wins First In Typing Janice Meyer, a junior at Superior High School, was among the 65 juniors and seniors from 26 high schools in the area served by Central Nebraska Technical College competing for scholarships Saturday. Total value of the scholarships is in excess of $1,300, given in four areas, typing I and II, shorthand and accounting. Janice won first place in Typing I. Each first place winner was awarded tuition for one year at CNTC. Tuition is based upon an average of $28.00 per month. Refrigerators Whirlpool 15 cu. ft. "No Frost" $314.00 wt Whirlpool 15 Cu. Ft. "No Frost" $344.00 wt Ice Maker Whirlpool 19 Cu. Ft. "No Frost" Ice Maker $549.95 wt Additional $30.00 Allowance for Trade-in in Good Working Condition Trade-Now LXA 5540 Whirlpool 17.1 cu. ft. No-Frost refrigerator with 168-1b. freezer Never defrost either section Big freezer features removable steel shelf and super- freeze ice tray tunnel Refrigerator has twin porcelain-enam-s339,, eled steel crispers and super-storage door Big, easy-rolling wheels. AUTOMATIC WASHER $199.OO w/tr MATCHING DRYER $155.OO w/tr individual blue. The livestock management team, Daryl and Larry Wilton, received a team red and Daryl received an individual blue. Daryl also received a red ribbon for third place in the state in the state agricultural proficiency awards. Other teams and members attending state were: Rick Andreasen and Brian Renz, dairy vroducts; Hall, Rick Warneking and Dave Ohm- stede, livestock judging; Ron Rempe, Virgil Kimminau and Ray Garton, meat judging. Delegates from the chapter were Rempe and Kimminau. The chapter received a superior rating and a new plaque. Davenport Tops Install Officers Mrs. Ova Schultz Honored Sunday Mrs. Ova Schultz vas honored at a Surprise birthday dinner and party Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugzne Schultz and Ramona. Those attending in the af- ternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Ansgar Christensen of Riceville, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. William Sorensen of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mitchell and Lori of Shickley , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz, Randy and Terri, and Mar- cia Simonsen, and Smcn Nelson of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer, Mrs. Marie Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schultz and family, Jeannie Tumbleson, and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bargen of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Frits Sorensen, Mrs. Ray Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Aruthur Moran, Mrs. Harry Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Renz, and family, Pamela and Teresa Schultz, Kathryn Jo Jenssen, Mrs. Henry Wall, Mrs. Judith Prentiss, Mrs. Vera Kaldahl, Mrs. F. G. Dillon, Mrs. Earl Lewis, Michael Eickmann. Mrs. Schultz and Mrs. Harold Jensen visited Nels Rasmussen in Hastings Tuesday afternoon. Thursday and Friday morning coffee guests to honor her on her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz and Mrs. B. L. Renz. Thursday afternoon guests were Mrs. Kenneth Cripe, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Vera Kaldahl, Mrs. Dillon, Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Sorensen and Mrs. Earl Lewis. Greg Roe Honored On His Birthday The TOPS N.E. 237 of Davenport met at City Hall Monday, April 3. Hazel Hoins presided at the meeting. New officers installed were: Margaret Karnatz, chairman; Ruby Melvin, co.chairman; June Reehl, secretary; Evelyn Kosek, treasurer; Mrs. Marie Wall, weight recorder and Artha Ficken, new reporter. Five members attended the District rally at Clay Center on March 28. The club met last Monday at the Albrecht care for an in- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe hosted a birthday dinner Saturday evening to honor their son, Greg, on his eighth birth- day. Besides the honored guest, the following were present: Joni Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe, Mrs. Verla Roe, Mrs. Myrtle Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langer and Dallas. Participated In Fairbury Recital Diane and Janice Schier- meyer participated in a piano recital presented by students of Mrs. LaVeryl Jensby at the First Christian Church in Fairbury on Sunday afternoon. teresting rededication services The girls, parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Georgia Keim. Glen Schiermeyer, attended. Helps To Plan New Hospita I In Washington Mrs. Charles Hutchins, formerly Carol Baringer, has had the job of helping plan the new Evergreen General Hospital at Kirkland, Wash., which opened in March. Kirkland is near Seattle. Mrs. Hutchins traveled from the Canadian border to San Diego in researching hospital operations besides consulting manuels, magazines and technical publications. She would explain to the architect exactly how a function was performed and the space needed. The architect would then interpret it into the plans. She was responsible for writing, planning and checking out the feasibility of everything as far as the nursing care areas were concerned. She helped write a manuel for operation of the hospital. Each room in the hospital has been listed in the manuel as to fuc- tion, relationship to the hospital, general specifications, personnel requirements, special requirements and equipment requirements. In the new 80-bed hospital, Mrs. Hutchins will have the title of Nursing Services Coor- dinator. She will oversee 62 full time murses. They are all registered nurses and depart- ment is the only one in the hospital that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is also Mrs. Hutchins' obligation to see that the nurses know how to operate all the equipment at the hospital they will ever come in contact with in their daily service. Her motto is "func- tional but not fancy." Mrs. Hutchins grew up in the Webber community and graduated from the Webber High School. She received her education at the University of Kansas with post graduate work at the University of Washington. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Baringer, who were long time residents of the Webber Community. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald Patterson and Karnelle, five months old, will leave Friday to return to Malmstrom Air Force Base at Great Falls, Mont., after a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson, and other relatives. He re-enlisted and has been at Malmstrom for the past year, and has two more years to serve. Shopping For That Graduate See The Latest RCA Tape it on this valve-priced RCA Cassette Recorder. 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Phone 879-3221 Superior, Nebraska Jaycees Will Elect New .officers of the Superior Jaycees will be elected at the organization's meeting next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Gary Anderson, candidate for A daughter, Shanta Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schriever of Panama, Neb., at the Byron Memorial Hospital in Lincoln Monday, April 17. She weighed seven pounds, two ounces, and was 20 inches long. Mrs. Schriever is the former Susan Wiles. Mr. and Mrs. William Schriever of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wiles of Bennett are the grandparents. A son, Douglas Eric, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren of Lovewell Monday evening at the Republic County Hospital in Belleville. He weighed seven pounds and one ounce and was 20 3/4 inches long. Grandparenst are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbure Smith of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren of Lovewell. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren of Lovewell are the great grandparents. A baby girl, Jennifer Anne, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zerbe of Lincoln. Sunday, April 9, at the Nuckolls County Hospital. She weighed seven pounds 10 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her grandparents are Mrs. Ruth Zerbe and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fullerton of Superior. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Bessie Dunn of Superior, Clark Griffith of Lebanon; and Mr. John Fullerton of Mankato. Mrs. Zerbe is the former Jeanne Fullerton. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wooters have adopted a baby daughter. She was born March 26 and has been named Julie Lyn. She has a brother, Greggory, two and a half to welcome her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake North of Lincoln are the parents of a son, Jonathan, born Sunday. Mrs. North is the former Jane Kinnison of Edgar. They have four other children. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kinnison of Edgar and Sigfred North of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kinnison of Edgar are the great grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Drudik of Lakewood, N. J., are the parents of a daughter, Anne Alaine, born April 2. Mrs. George Drudik of Lawrence is the paternal grandmother. New state senator from legislative district will guest speaker. Candidates for offiee i Larry Darby and for the office of vice-presidents will be Candidates include Moore, Jim Richard Sullivan. Rick Carpenter is for secretary as is Krotzinger for Candidates for the six positions include Christensen, Larry Poulos, Dick Reml, Seever, Vern Rempe DeLong. The chaplain will pointed by the The meeting will the Eagles club served by the Mrs. followin. DAR Chapter Dessert Mrs. Carl hostess at a 7:30 cheon Monday members DAR. Mrs. Harold vice regent, business meeting in of Mrs. Henry who is attending Congress in This year, 1972, 50th anniversary for Dunning Clingman Feather Lake Colo. Mrs. M. J. elected to the Committee which was by Mrs. Kenneth Cloud who is moving to: Mrs. Clarence presented the dian Legends. She several stories Pawnee Indians O. Salvage about Massager of 1869 and wind storm of 1873. events happened Pawnee Village near Local N Chet Harig of fered a heart in Deshier was Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. were dinner guests d ! Warneking last Lars Pedersen of dinner guest ThursdaY. Carlie and David Hardy spent Sunday and evening with Warneking while Mr. Lars Pedersen took friends to a youth meeting at Holdrege. 'ROUND THE CLOCK In the profession of Funeral Service "Always on Call" has more than an answering service which accepts messages thJ answered in hours, or even days later. A family that loss needs prompt attention to their pleas for assistance. always been prepared to answer calls--night and day, holidays--without delays, without excuses. We expect to do so. "At your service 24 hours a day" means exactly that. MONTGOMERY - FUNERAL SERVICE- MONUMENTS SUPERIOR - - and ..... 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