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8 e THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 20, 1972 The Ruskin News.... Ruskin Community Presbyterian Church: Rev. Forrest Grimm, pastor. Thursday, April 20, Guild meeting at the home of Mrs. F. G. Dillon, 2:00 p.m. Sunday, April 23, worship, 8:30 a.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Rev. Martin H. Juengel, pastor. Sunday, April 23, Sunday school, 8:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Bethany Lutheran Church: Rev. Edward J. Hiller, pastor. Thursday, April 20, ALCW general meeting, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, April 22, catechism class, 9:00 a.m. Sunday, April 23, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; mission meeting, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Thomas Damrow, speaker. Monday and Tuesday, April 24- 25, Mission meeting, 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Chris ttansen of Nelson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Evon Sykes to Concordia Saturday afternoon. They visited Mr. Hansen, who remains a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, but is showing considerable im- provement. Larry Schultz was taken to Lincoln General Hospital. A cast was put on his ankle which was fractured Friday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lipker and children of Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and daughters brought supper to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen and Joyce to honor Mrs. Hansen for her birthday. Sunday afternoon guests in the Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. James Hansen of Blair and Rev. Thomas Damrow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen of speaker. Sunday, April 30, Wymore. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Lila Rae Sorensen, Pat Hofts worship, 10:30 a.m.; ALCW and Debbie Meyer were guests Spring Rally, Carleton, 2:30 ofSandra Hansen for a slumber p.m. party at the home of Sandra's Ruskin Public Library Hours: sister, Mrs. Richard Howe, and  Wednesdays, 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 Mr. Howe at Webber to honor p.m. Mrs. Ed Rogge, librarian. Sandra for her April 28 birth- Mrs. Marvin Thayer spent day. Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ansgar Mary Lanham. Cindy Lanham Christensen of Riceville, Iowa, was a Thursday dinner guest of came Saturday to visit Mr. and her grandmother and her Mrs. Frits Sorensen for several Friday evening callers were days. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lap.ham. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sorensen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and family were in Kearney and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sunday to attend dedication of Lanham spent Sunday evening the new First United Methodist with Mrs. Lanham. Church there. Their brother-in- Thursday evening supper law, Rev. William Doran, is guests of Mrs. H. F. Wegener pastor of the church. were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- Wegener, Susan, Nancy, Rich-derson accompanied by Jim ard and Randy. Richard is on and Tom White, all of Superior leave from his duties with the U. visited Mr. and Mrs. Evon S. Army. He returned to Ruskin Sykes Sunday afternoon. from Rhode Island and will Mr. and Mrs. Rolland return May 24 to go to his new Franzen and family spent post in Alaska. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hendricksen and Mrs. Bert Anderson of Edgar. III II Centennial A uction Mankato, Kansas Armory Saturday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. Sale Will Include 50 Fine Silver Coins (.9997 Pure) Coins Are Numbered 1 to 50 II II I I I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lanham of Nora were Sunday evening visitors in the Franzen home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and family were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wulf of Ohiowa. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka and family joined the following for Sunday dinner at the LaVon Schoof home near Oak, to honor Michael Stichka for his birthday and Mr. and Mrs. School for their weddin anniversary: Mrs. George Judy, Mr.4mnd Mrs. Earl Schoof, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schmidt and family. Mrs. Sylvester Kimminau of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swanstrom were af- ternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon School, Dennis and Philip, were Sunday evening guests in the Stichka home. Mrs. Marietta Judy and Paul Petersen were also callers. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Sykes were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Melton and family. Mrs. H. F. Renken reurned to her home from Thayer County Memorial Hospital in Hebron on Thursday. Mrs. Paul Renken of Omaha spent several days with her and Mrs. Erik Torring is spending this week with her mother. Other callers of Mrs. Renken were Mr. and Mrs. Erik Torring, jr., and sons and Paul Renken of Omaha, Mrs. Mary Claggett of Lawrence, Frances Hansen, Mrs. Ray Christiansen, Mrs. Louis Noblitt, Mrs. F. G. Dillon, Mrs. Arthur Moran, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jensen, Mrs. Vera Kaldahl and Mrs. Ronald Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Torring, jr., and sons and Paul Renken came for the weekend and were accompanied home Sunday by Mrs. Paul Renken. Mrs. Curtis Johnson oi Minneapolis, Minn., spent from Tuesday until Friday as a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage. They spent Wednesday with the Kenneth Corman family of near Superior. Mrs. Corman and three children were Thursday guests in the Brakhage home. Mr. and Mrs. Brakhage spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brakhage and family in Tobias, helping Ricky Brakhage celebrate his 16th birthday. Mrs. Earl Schaeffer ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christensen to Albion Sunday where they joined other relatives as dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Plummer, for a belated celebration of Mrs. Plummer's March birthday. Mrs. Schaeffer aecompaniet Downing Building Superior, Neb. 68975 $0-fie i i WANTED SEMI-TRAILER TRUCK DRIVERS To Haul US Government Mail REQUIREMENTS-- Age 28-45 Minimum 5 years experience. Must have good driving record. Must be able to start work by May 1. Good salary and fringe benefits including a Pension Plan and Health and Accident Insurance. .... : Call For Appointment To: FRYE ENTERPRISES US36 East 527-2266 Belleville, Kansas Mr. and Mrs. John Davis to their home in Geneva and was an overnight guest. She returned to Ruskin Monday. Mrs. William Brandt entered Thayer County Memorial Hospital in Hebron Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hover were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Ray Christiansen and Arden. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaeffer of Davenport were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Earl Schaeffer. Lawrence Mrs. Glenn Theer, Mrs. Bob Faimon and Evarista Gilsdorf went to the home of Cecelia Schumn on Wednesday af- ternoon to help her celebrate her 84th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Mazour and family of Nelson were supper guests in the Levi Miller home Sunday. George Heft was a recent hospital patient in Hastings. The senior class play, "Too Many Relatives," was presented Thursday afternoon and Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ostdiek were Sunday supper guests in the home of Gilbert and Evarista Gilsdorf. Monsignor Daniel Cooper of Palmyra was a recent guest of Father John Prachar. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family spent Monday evening in the Bernard Miller home at Shickley. Mr. and Mrs. Wencil Kucera and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kucera were Sunday dinner "guests in the Alfred Miller home at Guide Rock. Evarista and Gilbert Gilsdorf, Mrs. Raymond Robinson and Mrs. Henry Stuehrenberg attended the funeral of Clarence Bailey at Superior Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Lemke and Mrs. Minnie Schendt visited Mrs. Henry Ostdiek and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ostdiek in Lincoln recently. A surprise party on Sunday honored Mrs. Adolph Hlavac on her 83rd birthday. It was at- tended by members of her immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mazour calebrated their silver wedding anniversary April . 9 with relatives and friends. Mrs. Leo Verkamp is in Denver where she had recent eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schroer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Himmelburg to honor Kevin on his first communion. Mrs. Herb Kohmetscher had knee surgery Tuesday at Mary Lanning Hospital. Mrs. Bill Hoelting entered Mary Lanning Hospital Tuesday for surgery on her hip Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Krebs- bach and Miss Emma Krebs- bach are visiting relatives in E1 Cerrito and Orangevale, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. James Kim- minau were Friday dinner guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Horacek, in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rowley and daughters were visitors Friday evening in the Levi Miller home. Oak News Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paulsen and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutchinson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstrom visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Toby Fitzwater of Breckenridge, Mo., were Tuesday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kubicek. Mrs. Belle Fitzwater was a guest Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold An- derson returned last Monday from a trip to Chicago where they attended the wedding of her nephew. They also visited tourist spots of interest. Sunday they attended a reception near Phillips for the newly-weds, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Bjorkman. Mrs. Joyce Fuller of Lincoln was a weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Fern Lowery. Sunday guests in the Merlin Lubin home were Mr. and Mrs. Foster Howard of Davenport, LeAnn and Colleena Hamilton of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watts and family of Beatrice and Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of Umatilla, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lowery were Sunday afternoon callers of Edith Scroggin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murrey and family of Nelson were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld attended the state rock show in Hastings on Sunday. Mrs. Sole was a delegate sent by the Fort Buffer Rock & Gem Club of Hebron. Word was received of the death of Maurice Moore of Omaha. He was a cousin of Verle and Jean Moore and was raised in Oak. Carol Lowery of Davenport called on Mrs. John Scroggin Wednesday afternoon. Visitors at the Bill Ferguson home the past week have been Fred Kotas, Adolph Doering, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scroggin, Rena Ouding, Kay Hicks, Rev. James Cartoon, Jim Malone, Don Knebel, Levonn Petersen, Ned Andersen, Cindy Crookshank, Harold Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sykes, Mrs. Ed Troutt and Vern Snydnr. Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert, Michael and Julie were Sunday evening lunch guests. They also received calls from Mrs. Elaine Mayer of California and Alfred Rughe of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin were Sunday guests in the Harold Crouch home in Edgar. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen and Mrs. Chris Hansen visited Mr. Hansen in the Concordia Hospital. Rhodabelle Lowery, Mary Lonsdale and Fern Lowery were in Davenport Saturday to attend the Bob Keim funeral. Guests in the Alfred Hanson home to help Jennifer celebrate her birthday last week were Mr. has the answer for 1972 it's the new Emperor I1 riding mower All new for '72 from Ariens. It's the sleek new Emperor II riding mower. Design, comfort and performance have been combined into making the Emperor II the newest innovation in riding mowers. This summer enjoy your leisure, let an Ariens Emperor II take the work out of your lawn care. Features Include: * 7 or 8 H.P. engine 6 Speeds forward plus reverse 30 ' Cutting width Rein- forced steel frame Flex 'N Float mowing action Separate brake and clutch Safety key switch ignition * Electric or recoil start Geared steering Priced Right at l- c *.,,w: mBl Martin Implement Co. Phone 879-4019 Superior, Nebraska and Mrs. James Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Seefeld of Greenwood were Tuesday supper and overnight guests in the Homer Seefeld home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson and Mrs. Leonard Scroggin were in Hastings Monday. Mr. Ferguson had a medical check- up. Fern Johnston visited Selma Johnston at the Good Samaritan Home last Monday. Fairview Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert and family visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert and Craig. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newhouse of Wichita were Saturday overnight guests in the Jim Keith home. They all attended the funeral of Howard Ruttman Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Garth Melvin spent the weekend at the Lovewell Lake. Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidson were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Willaims and sons were Wed- nesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams and Virgil. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Morehead of Estes Park, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morehead of Nelson visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer were Sunday lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters. The afternoon circle of the Presbtyerian Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Earl Petz with Mrs. Paul Lit- trell as co-host. Mrs. Jim Keith attended Bridgettes Friday at the home of Mrs. Helen Eckles. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Stephen /nd Donald and Mr. and Mrs. David Hansen of Omaha were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Hansen and Jonathan at Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oltmans. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rouse of Holmesville were Sunday breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons visited Say ex'erling with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schiermeyer and SOns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schier- meyer attended a musical recital in Fairbury Sunday. Their granddaughters, Diane and Janice Schiermeyer, took part in the recital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer visited Sunday evening in the Everett Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jensen and Kenneth Franzen visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. OryiJle Grummert. Highland.. Evangelist Jim Carmon of Dresden, Kan., spent several days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Troudt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grueber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer of Nora en- joyed a concert by the Hastings College Choir Wednesday evening in Hastings. Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and family Mr. and Mrs. Ellis were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Orr of Diane Clyde of Lincoln Omaha, and Mrs. Gladys Creston, Iowa, Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKevitt. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobitz of Basset spent several days last week visiting the Ivan Jacobitz and Henry Jacobitz families. Mrs. Fern Cassell and Don and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and family enjoyed supper Sunday with Mrs. Floy Porter. Bob Sell of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sell and sons were supper guests Saturday of their mother, Mrs. Fern Cassell, and Don. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schriever and Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClure visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honeycutt Sunday afternoon and evening. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer, Shelley and Mark called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Troudt. Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knehans. Curtis Honeycutt had surgery on his jaws at the Ft. Campbell, Ky., hospital and expects to be there a month or longer. He would like to hear from his friends. Bostwick . . . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gharring and family had dinner in Minden and toured Pioneer Village there last Sunday to celebrate Mrs. Gharring's and Frank's birthdays. Mrs. Charles Denson and Mrs. Lester Crane of Superior were coffee guests of Mrs. C. R. Wilton one morning last week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim- minau visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ohmstede of Guide Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Vaughn of Akron, Colo., were visitors in the Frank Delka home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nielsen of Superior were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family last Monday. Mrs. Don Willett, Audra and Darren called on Mrs. Elmer Meyer Wednesday afternoon. Clarence and Scott Iliff spent last Wednesday with their grandmother, Mrs. Edward Stichka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gharring and family attended a church revival meeting in Morrowville, Kan., Friday. Mrs. Harold Delka visited Mrs. C. R. Wilton, Friday af- ternoon. The Cemetery group had a meeting at the Roy Lewis home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harold Delka visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims, Wednesday evening. Frank Delka visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims Friday evening. Dawn Russell of Mankato spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer. David Rust and a friend of Lincoln spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Willett and Webber of Superior. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobitz were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jacobitz, Cathy and Lonnie of Hebron. Mrs. Don Follmer, Mrs. Paul Knehans, Mrs. George Jensen of Mankato and Mrs. Ed Troudt were coffee guests of Mrs. Darrell Jensen Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Keim visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce spent in Superior Weekend guests of Mr. and family. DEPEND ON DeKa]b Brand XL Hybrids have a reputation for high DEKALB t weight as reported by corn farmers everywhere. returning Saturday They visited Mr. Hanson and Mr. and Paxon and on Friday att, Mrs. Paxon's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. dersen and Mr. and Brazil visited Mr. Orval Childress daughters Friday Mr. and Mrs. Sterling, Kan., were guests .of Mr. and Monson Friday Saturday. Mrs. Monson are sisters. Supper I John ( and Mrs. Don children, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. and Combs and Jeff and Mrs. Ervin also callers. Mr. and Mrs. Shelley and Stepha: Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening. Mrs. Wilmore Brenda of Sutton Saturday with her and Mrs. Art Mrs. Gus Fintel Mrs. Don Fintel went Thursday ar Sunday from a and Mrs. Warren Dallas, Texas. They sight-seeing in the Mr. and Mrs. Dale Grand Island spen with Mrs. Harold family. Mrs. Eulin children visited Mrs. Wulf and children evening. Mr. and Mrs. of Guide Rock were the Art nesday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mr. and Mrs. Bill yetter Oak were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Harold Delka Sunday afternoon. Mr. Bill and Mrs. Ed Sims were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. at Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. sons were dinner and Mrs. C. E. of Nelson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don family visited Mrs. Rogers in SuperiOr evening. The Beulah Committee afternoon on the growing at the Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. LOY Longmont, Colo., and Gourley and Mrs. Art morning. Mr. and Thompson were guests. Mr. and Mrs. and family visited Mr. Bob Woerner, jr., Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kansas City were Saturday until visiting Mrs. Irvin Nancy. Mrs. Frank came with and Mrs. Lee Sage i Sunday Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ebsen visited Simpson in the Hastings. They Columbus and Mrs. Bruce Creek, where they guests. Mr. and Mrs Dale Grand Island visited Mrs. Frank Delka Saturday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Len Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Irvin Ebsen Mae Simpson at Home in Red They had moved there from the Hastings WATER pI FAIL Relax... call uS. t things up. If its ing, let us nice new Disease tolerant XL Hy- system with bride are bred to dent early, and to produce heavy, lustrous ears while stalks J.E. a? still green. Plumbing & 'DEKALB" is a registered brand name. "XL' numbers are hybrid designations. 333 Central Arnold Hansen Ruskin 226-2191 Bill Ferguson Oak 225.2297 Su Herman Mertens Nelson 225.3297 Bryce Ohmstede Guide Rock 257-2925 Phone Deweese Grain Deweese 262-2571 Eidon Eitzman Hardy 279-3277 OUR SERVICE