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. ! 2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 13, 1982 i[ Hardy Lo, al Letter To The Editor ........ i Editor: Congratulations to Dr. C. T. Mason for his 50 years of dedicated service--most of it here in Superior as many of us remember. I noted with interest that his fellow professionals, the Nebraska Medical Association honored him recently. It oc- curred to me that Superiorites By Mrs. Harvey Petersea Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman Mother's Day were Clara Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Gunn and Kevin, Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cm'man, Cletus and Conrad, Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Corman, Mrs. Glenn Vieaelmeyer, Cara, Brooke and Ben, Hebrnn, and Dorothy Corman. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn MickeLsen would be remiss if they don't were Mr. and Mrs. Arlen give him some public ex- Mickelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Steve pression of appreciation. What Breault, Megan and Amy, better time than the present? Hastings, Wands Hutt, Mr. and How about a "Dr. Mason Mrs. Gone Frericim, Linda and Day" or some other public Kent, Thelma MickeLsen and Richard Watson, Janette, Christina and Richard Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eitzmann, Deshler, Saturday evening. The ladies attended a mother-daughter luncheon at Peace Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ed- wards, McCool Junction, were Friday visitors o( Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Edwards. Clarence- Geiswinkler, Portland, Ore., was a guest in the Lars Pedersen home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Pedersen were in Salina over the weekand and attended the Shrine News 11 Ceremonial. Mr. and Mrs. Darell Rhbads wont to Wilbur Sunday and had dinner with Mrs. Rhoada' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Culler. They went on to Lincoln and visited Mrs. Sadie Rhosds in the afternoon and later visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bar- teis. .M and Mrs. Ove Martens, Prised, Calif., who are visiting in the area, were Thm-sday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Martens. They all went to Minden. Mr. and Mrs. Wtllard Mc- Cuteheon and Mr. and Mrs. fl i i Abstracts incorporated Elmer Druha haddinner at the lake Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Drubs, Melissa and Tif- fany. Ellen Gunn called at the Harry Webber home Saturday afternoon. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sweet and Jennifer and Mr. and Mrs.. Rick Alexander, Luke and Zach. Mrs. Mark Sumimki and Nicholas, Ord, came Monday, May 3, to visit Mrs. Orpha Lee Perry. Mrs. Sumimki returned home Thursday and Nicholas remained with his grandmother until Sunday when Mrs. Perry went to the Suminnki home for Mother's Day and a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohi called in the home of Mr. and expression of appreciation? Possibly. some civic organization might like to become the planning committee or representatives from the various civic groups could organLze an appreciation event. Doesn't it seem that ap- preciation shown for our long time dedicated, family doctor would also serve as en- couragement to our new doctors who are getting settled into what will hopefully be many years as Superior doctors. HOMETOWNER MIKKELSEN ' PHOTOGRAPHY eWeddings ePortraits oAnniversar e. eGraduation Mrs. Loren Thayer Sunday afternoon. Helping Hand Club had a luncheon Friday at a Superior care. Mrs. Dorman Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop Wed. nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kottmeyer, Joan, Phil and Brenda were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kottmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoback and family, Hastings, were guests also. Anna Miller was a Monday and overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. Keith Lance, and Mr. Lance. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer and Beauford Hoyer went to Flagler, Colo., Friday to attend the estate sale of the possessions of Sylvia Petersen Dinner guests Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards, . Matthew and Lance were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. NeLS Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorensen, Tommy and T.J. and Becky Edwards, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas went to Beatrice Saturday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Burley Copas to Milford to attend the annual open house at Southeast Community College. Mark Copas will graduate in June from the diesel mechanics class and Craig Copas will graduate in December with the electronics class. Jay Eitz- mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Eitzmann,and grandson of Otto Eitzmann, is also a student at Southeast Com- munity College, studying building construction. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Healey and Stephanie were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lemke. '. Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop were Mrs. Daryl Allington, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart, Melodee and Clark and Mrs. Jim Loop, Guy and Jerry. Norman Loop, Hutchinson, called to extend Mother's Day wishes to his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eltzmann, I.)n and Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelly, Joshua and Seth, Hastings, were Sunday overnight and Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard McCutcheon, Johnnie and Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webber visited Fred Webber and Shirley Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd OLSen and Sarah were Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Oisen, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Panko and Mrs. Fred Panko, Cook, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Holle, Deshler. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hale visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Durham, Randall, Kan., Tuesday afternoon. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newell Mother's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Newell, Melissa and Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perss, Lori and Kathy and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McCorkle and John, Burr Oak. t C. R. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tietjen and June were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stafford. Marie and Shelly Stafford were guests also. Mrs. Bill Corman ac- companied Mrs. Clara Gunn and Keith Gunn to Hastings Friday. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey were Mr. and Mrs. David Healey, Dana and Lisa and Bob ealey. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hale were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Templeton, Ralston. Mrs. C. R. Edwards was happy to receive a phone call informing her that her sisters, Mrs. Mary Shultz and Mrs. Anne Shek, both of San Ber- nadinc, Calif., and Mrs. Shirley Langstonc, Glendale, Calif.. are coming to visit Memorial Day weekend and to attend the Webher alumni banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Genc Don- dlinger and family, Shickley, came early Sunday to the Keith Lance home, * bringing a Mother's Day dinner with them. They also attended church with Mr. and Mrs. Lance. Mr. and Mrs. David Healey, Dana and Lisa were Wednesday supper guests of Bob Healey. Sunday evening the David Healey family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lemke, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Krotzinger and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Haba and family, Glonvil, were guests also. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kuhlmann, Jason and Troy and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Eitzmann, Kelly, Corey and Kami took supper to mother, Mrs. Ella Summers, Sunday afternoon. Jim Newell is a patient at Republic County Hospital, Belleviile, having had surgery Monday. News I Union Church of Hardy: Craig Lawless, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; morning worship, 10:30 a.m.; Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m., Sunday. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at parsonage. Ushers: Hugh Gillflan, Elnar Haneen, Calvin Hobsun and Jim Miller. Women's Christian Fellowship School will beJ Miller is choir; May Fellowship special. St. Paul Ted May 16, a.m.; morning a.m. Monday, p.m., evangelism. vited. May Nebraska Omaha. begins Jkme 1, Fairview Local By Falrview Club Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grum- inert were Mrs. Eva P, ausher, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reeve, Aurora, Edith Rausher and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stowers. Lila Grummert and Jo Dudik, Hastings, were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jeneen visited Mr. and Mrs. Grummert Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelth visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms in the Hastings hospital Thursday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Merrill. Mr. and Mrs., Ralph Meyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Lindiey Mr. and Elva Monday celebrate birthday. Club social at Church and Miss Mother's Mr. and Mn. Mrs. James Mrs. Dennis children Frea ternooh. Open Tuesday Rhoads Secretarial Walter Anderson is the Kenneth Jensby home Meyer, York, Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. hospitalized at Brodstone Sunday to observe Mother's Sunday. and family Through Saturday Building Memorial Nuckolls County Day. Alvin Carlson, Superior, ElvaMu.m. mahostedafamily St. Paul Closed Mondays Phone 402-879-4341 ] Hospital, after having a heart was also a supper guest, dinner Friday. Her gnestswere Hastings, Phone 402879-3090 436 Commercial ] attack Friday afternoon. Dan Pedersen, Lincoln, is Mrs. Ray Snyder, Hastings, Mr. Mother's 122East4th ..... Saturday supper guests of Mr. visiting his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Paul Bruce, Santa guests of Mr. Superior, Nebraska upenor, NeDrasKa and Mrs. Lars Pederaen and Mrs. Lars Pedersen, and David Monica, Calif., Mrs. Ray Dickes and - David were Clarence for a few days. Mununa, Port Huenome, Calif., Mrs. ,,  Geiswinkler and Fred War- Mrs. Edgar Tietjenand David Rev. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and Helen New Furniture =..,, both of Portland, Ore., Lynn and June attended the family, Aurora, and Mr. and shower Mrs. Madgelena Warneking and Byron High School bac- Mrs. Ralph Mumma. the Salem c"onl[i Mr. and Mrs. Yogens Madsen, calaureateeerviceatSt. Peter's Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce took Judy Barge. Liquidation Au ...o, Lutheran Church Sunday ----- Mother's Day dinner guests of evening. Carol Poppe is a II R'e00l;Locai Sunday May 16 1 p Mr.andMrs. JimMiiler, Brian, member of the graduating , , . ms Kevin and Andrew at a Superior class. Factory truckload and warehouse closeout _ __ ., cafe Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jim Healey visited her i |1 i Dinnettes dinning room sets, wide selection of liv- ing room sofas, chairs, and sofa-sleepers, acorn wood-arm recreation room group, bedroom sets, variety of chests, dressers, headboards and bunk M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service Is land improvement a part of your plan? Bring your ideas to the long-term ag By Mrs. Charles Gunn Mrs. Bill Petty and Bart, Fountain, Colo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gun and on Saturday, May I, sizebedS'bedding.tables' lamps and twin, regular and queen 3rd and Bloom - Box 424 , credit specialists. '='11e attended the golden wedding This is your chance to buy Superior, Neb. 68978 I=) FLBA of Grandcn=.,Islandto t 0a me opleLnkm a Sebreck,armivenarY of Mr.Fairb. and Mrs.Also Artat. fine name brand furniture at your prices Phone: 402-879-4764 --..Hastings Branch Office tending were Mr. and Mrs. S&S Auction House Highway 6 and Marian Road Howard Young and Pat Gunn, ;/, Mile West of Concerdla on I llh St. =11= =J Hastings, Neb. 68901.  I Be.!levi"e: ..... M "' -- 402-462 2164 -''-" =tui='ql'-'i li Mr. arm Mrs. rmwara spiuer Phone 913 243.1106 ar,lyn veterson Roger Heffelftnger ' --M. , | I and sore were weekend guests ." Enrolled to Practice before the IR S  " of Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Briles, [ IP' nlqpi00mmmmq I " " " Winfield, Kan. Mr.Spitlerraced, ' " ';" All American Sal i ,;, = e IIqL I BIq I I FOR THE ALL-AMERICAN FARMER i '"'"-'--'-"" ' I Clyde Korb has been the local .-= O Get quality IH blades for your I PAG Dealer selling PAG Hybrids for 11.$C disk harrow at value prices. O- G,'- 137 years in this local area. i il comeWhen and go, other Clyde seed KorbCmpanles and PAG D --- -S Give your h,arrow a cutting edge for profit IV'' 4P'41 ' ,. JJ 20 crimped center blade i 1&t, for 'H disc as low as q-' ISeeds have continued to grow-get- . w- I tlng a larger percentage of the I Now Only $18.65 I i planted acres year after year. 82973R1 tisl $26.43 , Contact our parts salesmen to I Why? I& .... :,ga...,. comeoufend Iookotyourdisc ! 1) Outstanding Hybrid Perfor- :/...  j zu ru, concavity o,aae and fit it with a quality I mance Grain Sorghum numbers " '>-. " . /  for Krouse disc os low es ,H bloVe | 5514-4474-4433  -';  Now amy $1 7.00 | Corn Numbers-SX83-SX333-  /.j . , ,ooscz ustst9.0, ! SX351 " , l 2) Outstanding frages like Mr" -..  S d y21 , 00--ean000uC.owt.ecat,,e ale En s Ma I men's choice in Kansas and :- I Nebraska ' ijid=,g, ..,,. :,,;. & .i[ -- ., ..... | 3) A Service minded dealer who 'b. ;,.. Sunerlor I mnla=ma=nt i nP_ l contacts services, and delivers i - l" llmllVllUVlll  llVl I h, seed to your farm ! ! When you want quality hybrids I C-- I! INTERNATIONAL III land service from your seed dealer: ,- ....... . .;. In AGRICULTURAL -'-- ! ca!, Clyde Korb ,-as, .,gnway . i I Phone. 402-079-3025 Superior, Neb. L. 953 East 3rd Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4723 We ve Got The Size, The People and The Products We Will Continue to Pay the  ._ , HIGHE:T LEOAL INTEREST RATE Rate applies Tuesday . 182 Day Money Market Effe::::gMaM;::atre:;jLaL 17 Certificates of Deposit in Salina Wichita Mrs. Kenn and Mrs. patients in Hospital, Merrill Calif., is and sta and Mrs. Mrs. tending the meeting in week. Mr. and Mr. and M Mr. and Mrs. family and l were Mothen Rev. and son, Cawker  BelleVl I ; 913 : INTERIO It sV FLEXSTE I SEALyW E" "Free De( Lel o0r ,,ultanfS TIBBI ($10,000 Minimum) Substantial interest penalty on early withdrawals of cetihcates of depos,t Tax Exempt ALL SAVERS CERTIFIC At 10.37% Gm Through Maturity of One 12.843% Formers qtote Bank , Minimum .eposit compounding Federal regulations of interest prohibit during the And Trust Company Your investment is insured the term of the deposit, Each DeDos0ter Now Insured to $tO0 000 By F D tC Superior Nebraska up tO $100,000 by F.D.I.C.