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9 News . :@@@0@ Dilley of Mr. ann ,,,re. Howard War- visited the neking, Linda, Lee and Tim of her mother, Loomis, Howard Harvey of Jaeobs. SundayRepublic and .Mrs. Mary Jacobs and Mrs. Warneking were Sunday dinner and Mrs. Fred guests of Mrs. Mary Hare. ings. Mrs. of Mrs. nieces, Mrs. of Frankfort, Winifred Kan., group for a care Mrs. Perry Kier of Mankato was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mummert of Sioux City, Iowa, is visiting in Thursday, May 17 Mothers' Club meets at the home of Mrs. Wylie Jensen, 8 p.m. Friday, May 18 Nora school picnic, 7 p.m., at the Nora schoolhouse. Everyone invited. Cadams School last day of school picnic, Seniors, Mothers Honored By Ruskin Woman's Club The seniors and their mothers and the library board members were special guests at the May 3 meeting of the Ruskin Woman's Club. The luncheon began with the flag salute and singing of the table prayer. Hostesses were Mrs. Keith Schultz, Mrs. Gary DeWester and Mrs. Arthur Moran. The table committee, Mrs. Louis Noblitt, Mrs. Floyd Brakhage and Mrs. Leona Petersen, 7:30 p.m. Bring a decorated the tables with spring the C. C. Marr home. basket supper for your arrangements and name cards ,~ j~i~.~_,.~l Segtmdo, Calif., Meditations were given by ~--~,~ll~-~'~ n~Parents, Mr. and guests of Mrs. Anna Graham Olive Chapter, OES, Mrs. Kenneth Cripe. Roll call, ~,~ ~hnson, and her were Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham stated meeting, 6 p.m.,answered by 20 members, gave ~'l&l~'~'~" uora Hashage, in and Barbara of Salina and Mr.Masonic Hall. advice to graduates. Y ~ Week The program was presented iro , _. Wednesday and Mrs. Rex Graham and Mrs. Max Elnfff of Wichita. Monday, May 21 =,di~Li~:.5= accompanies --~ DAR meetswithMrs, by Mrs. Walter Eggers and ~n.dl,,~%~LiaeO~ to visit Mr and W.A. Morris at 7:30 esm Mrs. Berwyn Petersen. "Let e~esY&,~¢~ Svendsen and Mrs. Mary Warn•king at- Thursday, May 17, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A iiii~:i Swimming Pool Heater Fund A total o[ $602.80 has been collected to date for the Swimming Pool Heater Fund. This worthwhile project was started by the Snickerdoodle Extension Club and is now being assisted by several other clubs. The receipts since last report are as follows: Previous total $366,51 Country Cousins 4-H Club $42,00 Scoular-Bishop $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graham $4.00 Harrison Extension Unit $1.00 First Federal Savings & Loan $5.00 Shaw-Barid-Stubbs $10.00 Howard Nicholson Memorial $30.00 Mrs. Jaycees $40.00 SHS Alumni Annua I Meeting Saturday, May 26 !, The.-Whole World Know" was iate~. ~ tended a mother-daughter p.m. sung by Diane Schiermeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Orlin limited at the high school. banquet at the Burr Oak High Tuesday, May 22 Joyce Hansen, Pat Hofts, ~'(~l~'~anwd Miss Pat School-with her daughter, Mrs. Superior Art Guild, Debbie Meyer and Mary Burns. • " • Keith Morris, and Nancy last Educational Unit, Poem selections were read by Friday evening. She was an Methodist Church, 7:30 Mrs. Edwin Schultz. A song, overnight guest in the Morrisp.m. "You Are What I Need." was The annual meeting and banquet of the Superior High School Alumni Association will be beld in the high school on Saturday, May 26 at 7 p.m. Honored ~guests this year are the graduates of the class of 1973 and the graduates of all I0rmer classes of the years ending in three beginning with the class of 1903. An SHS graduate, Danny Bellus, will be the featured speaker. President of the association this year is Bob Noren. Reservations for the banquet may be obtained at the Rhoads Secretarial Service office here in Superior. Reservations must be made by May 21 as space is Bargen $10.00 Total $602.80Webber Alumni Contributions may be given at Banquet May 26 either Superior bank. "::. ~ home and returnedhome sung with guitar by Rocky One Of Triplets The Webber Alumni ~ Association is planning to hold gi~sts of Mr. Saturday. Renz. A humorous introduction WON FIRST. Pat Hefts of Ruskin won first place in the Returns For A its annual alumni banquet ~t~ I~n Myers and .~ of 19 seniors was given by Mrs. Little Blue Conference track meet held at Fairbury recently. Visit Monday Saturday, May 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hilltop Cafe. ~li~. ~tll~a'Mrs EthelD Briggs. Guests Tuesday evening of EggerS.plans for theEaChfuture,Seni°raftert°ldwhich°f She was first in high [ump with 4'7 ; 50-yard dash, 6.5; and Mrs. Roy Amerson, Roy, jr., Tickets for the banquet are ,:.~wS~t'~v~'- ,,L ^* tiara--'" "" army Kirk Mr. and Mrs. ROy Roe were Mr. long jump, 17'3". She was seventh in the state, in Class D and Brock of Sandersville, Ga., available from Mrs. Frank iti0~i[ ~y. and Mrs. Joe Burge and Mr. and A son was born Apri129 to Mr. Mrs. Eggers gave a reading, meet, and also won firsf in the long jumpwith 174V~'. Pat is and Mrs. Mary Laird and Kissinger, Mankato. r~l~ Mrs. Paul Blaekstone. The and Mrs. Louis Brockman of The Woman's Club Education a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hofts. Thomas of Rock Springs, Wyo., l~'ns of Mankato, dinner was in honor of Mr. and Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. William Loan Fund was explained by ¢lll~'~ . Orlin Bargen and Mrs. Joe Burge, who were Brockman of Lawrence is the Mrs. Keith Schultz. are visiting their parents, Mr. ~r "r~°! "~'~: ° d Ne and Mrs. Armel Jones at Rice, ',:,di~e ~r~o~°r and Mrs.celebrating their 53rd wedding paternal grandmother. The library summer reading anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. g~\l~.°g~ and Julie ______ program is scheduled to begin LOC ~[~S ## • . .,~ Kan. Mrs. Amerson, (Janet) .,~ ,..were guests of Blackstone on their an- Mr. and Mrs, Bill Bolte of May 15. The fine arts awards was one of the triplets born at bert Burns and niversary. Mr. Burge and Mrs. Central City are the parents of a were given to the children and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thieme Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mummertthe Dr. W. E. Florea Hospital in ~_Zlli~. "• _ ttuskin Friday Blackstone were also observing son, Pat, born April 24. the library board members and Angela of Arvada, Colo., of Sioux City, Iowa, and Mrs. C. Superior to Mr. and Mrs. Jonesy 13---Girl, Mr. and Mrs. ~,,~followi their birthdays, explained the summer reading andMr, andMrs GaryThieme C. Marr were Thursday evening when theylived on the former VerleMcKevitt, Superior. ~yl~raduatesnBgurnse°m; Ason, Brian Christopher, was program. The Women s Club and family of I~ttleton, Colo., dinnerguestsinthehomeofMr. Wishart farm south of Superior May IS--Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tangdall born to Mr. and Mrs. Leland workshop will be in Edgar June welted over Mother's Day and Mrs. A. W. Wilson. about 25 years ago. They were John Himmelberg, Lawrence. i'i CRADLE ROLL CALL Admitted: Mrs. Exal ~t~~ andMr, and Mrs. Ralph Koken Daniels of Cincinnati, Ohio, 12. weekend with Mrs. Alvina all visiting friends here Mon- Zoltenko, Hardy; Kathryn ' of Golden,visited last Wednesday in the Friday, May 4. He weighed Serving trays will be pur-Thieme, Mr. and Mrs. Ted MogensMadsonofNelson and day. Oswald, Superior; Tonia Cook, ~[l~¢~ff~r~_• 1~. E. Nielsen home of Mr. and Mrs. August eight pounds, four ounces. Mrs. chased for the new kitchen with Enghoff, Mr. andMrs. Clarence Mrs. Walt Warneking attended Joint Bible School Superior; Mrs. Evan Hanson, ,~~ ~_ue~. of Mr. and Knothe at St. Paul, Neb. Daniels is the former Linda memorial money given in Sim_onsen and family and Mr. the funeralof Mrs. Warneking's May 29to June 8 Mankato: Mrs. Paul • ~!ll~ ~'llristensen Mon- ~ Thomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Leo memory of Mrs. William and Mrs. Chris Mortensen. aunt, Mrs. Wilbur Pinney, in Hallgrimson, Superior; Kiaus l~i~+ ~ Saturday evening dinner Daniels of Leigh and Mr. and Laurence. L ~ Lincoln last Monday. They The United Methodist Church J. Smidt, Superior; Shirley ls.l t ! e iag_ guests at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mrs. Soren Thomsen are the The county convention will be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim and the First Presbyterian Anderson, Superior; William Tipton and Debra were Mr. and grandparents. Great grand-held in Ruskin this fall. and Mrs. Made ChristensenEtherton, Jamee, Scott and Church Vacation Bible School McGill, Superior; Phyllis " i~t~,'~r. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Robert Tipton and Mike of mothers are Mrs. Emil Bauner were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Brian Saturday and Sunday. will be held jointly, starting White, Superior; Harold ilt + 2f Don Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. of Leigh and Mrs. Chris Hardy Legion Christensen of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Mabel Hickstein and Mrs. Tuesday, May 29, through June Walden, Ruskin; Vernon Kitten, ~ ~. ~_ a of Saline, Ronald Thompson of LincolnThomsen of Green Bay, Wisc. Agxiliary Mrs. Alfred Hanson, Teresa and Leo Hickstein of Grand Island 8. Superior. and Dr. and Mrs. R. J.Nelson of (Last Week's Items) | =~,:I~l~!.!~ Hower of ------- Jennifer of Oak, Mr. and Mrs. also attended the services. Mrs. The school will be held in the ~ilr/~l~'~, Mr, and Mrs. Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Riley otMeets Tuesday Terry Leech of Union, Neb., Mr. Pinney was a sister-in-law of Educational unit of the United {~_-~_ and Mr. and Belie'Glade, Fla., announce the The Hardy American Legion and Mrs. Pete Block and Soren Mrs. Hickstein. A brother,Methodist Church. Admitted: Mrs. Gale ~dl[: -'me• Power Classes will be from 9 to Ii Mikkelsen, Ruskin; James J. Nelson home were Mr. and Lynn, on April 19. She weighed the home of Mrs. Bob Jensby and Mrs. James Bolinger of -- a.m. each day except Saturday ~h.,~ti~l~ . Weekend guests in the Dr. S. birth of a daughter, l~chelle Auxiliary of Unit No. 279 met in Thomsen. Sunday morning, Mr. Wilbur Pinney, lives in Lincoln. Poulos, Superior; Mrs. John and Sunday. There will be Himmelberg, Lawrence; Floyd )l~'~'l"b Shaffer was a Mrs. Ronald Thompson of eight pounds, six ounces. She is Tuesday afternoon. President Springville, Calif., called to Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. classes for all children from ,,~ll~ ~ay dinner and Lincoln. Sunday they all visited the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill presided, wish her mother a happy ~ll~.~~ Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Mrs. Bill Riley, sr., of Belle At the close of the business Mother's Day. Myrtle Roe and Mrs. Verla Roe nursery through sixth grade. B. Shellhase, Superior; Mrs. Max Crispin, Webber; and Mrs. .~____.~. Maud Nelson, who is in theGlade, formerly of Hardy andmeeting, the ladies arranged wereMr, andMr'Mrs.and RogerMrS" RoyRoe ROe,and Nurseryyears oldstudentSby Oct. must15. Everyone be four SamaritanGe°rgia Center,DennY'superior.G°°d Cambridge Hospital. Other Mr. and Mrs. Ed MeGlamory the poppies on white crosses Program Friday family and Mrs. Gary Roe and is invited to attend. guests of Mrs. Nelson were Mr. of Belle Glade. An uncle and which will be placed on the children. ..... of Nelsonand and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson ofaunt are Mr. and Mrs. Bill graves of deceased veterans On Natural ac- Ellis, Kan. Riley, jr., of Superior. and Auxiliary members in all Resources Dists. LaWs cemeteries in this area for Mrs. Michael Hoefs, received Carlie and .';rand Island Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilde, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miksa of Memorial Day. District Conservationist, the Sigma Alpha Iota Scholastic Honor Certificate and Dean's Hostesses were Mrs. BOb Robert Lamb, with the Soil Honor Award presented to Day and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mr. and Denver are the parents of twins, Jensby and Mrs. Joe Calder. Mabel Mrs. Marvin Ross and Tim of a son, Christopher Daniel, and a Conservation Service from School of Music students at the they Colby, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell daughter, Melissa Nichole/born The June meeting will be in Webster Cotmty will give a TV the home of Mrs. R. J. Hale with show Friday on the NatUral University of Nebraska at an Howard Reed of Webber and Mr. andMay 10. They weighed five Alta Mac Pedersen, assisting Resource Districts. Lamb will in Kimball Recital Hall. Mrs. annual ceremony held last week Mr. Mrs. Michael Ro~ of Denverpounds, 15 ounces and four hostess. and were Mother's Day guests of pounds, 14½ ounces, respec- have ashisguest. Laird Wolfe. Hoefs has also received Pi 9 a.m. to Midnight and with Mr. andMrs. Wayne Wilson of tively. Mrs. Miksa is the former Helping Hand Club a district supervisor on the Kappa Lambda National Music Lower Republican Natural Honor Society Award. The Hickstein,and Mankato. parentsC°nnie areFenim°re'Mr, and Mrs.Grand'Dana Meets At Mankato Resources District board. The former Pan 0pton, she is a of Lincoln. Mrs. Sophia Meyer was a Fenimore of Denver and Mr. The Helping Hand Club met show will start at 12:15 noon on daughterof Dr. and Mrs. W.H. For That Special Steak, Dine With Us/ and Mrs. dinner guestSundayof Mr. and and Mrs. William Miksa of with Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Channel 4, Superior. Upton. ' Terry of Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock. Baltimore, Md. Great grand- Mankato Thursday afternoon. Michalski Mr. and Mrs. WulfandMr. and mothers are Mrs. Mildred There were seven members and Mrs. Ed 1~. Vaden Lane and daughters Fenimore of Superior and Mrs. present. Following a social and Mr. of Blue Hill brought her home Hazel McNichols of Guide Rock. afternoon, refreshments were Moore and and were her guests Sunday served bv the hostess. Island. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick • • • • • and Mrs. Wilbur Comstock Sigrnan at Thomas of Webber have imi II and in the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adamsreceived word that Mr. and and Mrs. of Salem, Ore., visited Monday Mrs. Jim Johnson of Sistook, , it'., at Hastings. with Mrs. Ethel Shaffer.Okla., have a daughter, born Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson is the Work To Win former Nancy Thomas. The Work to Win 4-H club met on Thursday afternoon, May 10, The Troubadors a A aaughter, Amy Lynette, at the home of Pam Mueller. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Or- Ten members were present. ~ p.lll~ to l It.ll~ ville Meyer of Ruskin May 7 at Roll call was answered by • • the Republic County Hospital in naming a bird and describing it. Now Thru Beileville. She weighed eight Projects were assigned• Sat. pounds, 13 ounces and was 22½ Saturday several members with inches long. She has fourtheir leader, Mrs. Warn•king "One of the most outspoken. brothers and one sister to went on a bird watch in the outrageous, and image-shattering :: welcome her. Grandparents are park. RefreshmentSmeetingWere ill ,~,~ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer of served. The next will GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WF-.LCOMIE film experiences in years." a.d a., . Leslie Jensby of Superior. Johnny Price. Friday and Saturday, May 18-19 S+EC, ,JamesMatineeFranciscusSat.-Sun. 2:00 • 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. "$NOWTREASURE" The Sandhill Troubador$ Sat. Night 10:00 Playboy Movie "THE GODSON" All Seats $1.50 . , Ruskin, Nebraska Sun.--Men. Tues. Plan to attend You'll Love This Comedy the ag exposition that P I a ce- F Io r i d a keeps today's farmers ahead. Time-The Roa ring 20's GATEWAY 73, May 18-19-20, High Speed Chases Up To 40 m.p.h. There! It's NOT Bonnie and Clyde Be This is the agricultural exposition you won't want to miss, It's L I TT L E LA U RA a nd B I G J O H N ~=~ You'll see the latest in farm machinery, shop tools, grain and 4q~ feed handling equipment, animal health products, ag chem- ~ p.m. to I a.m. In Color Rated R new things for the home, too. NOW in its fourth year. getting bigger and better every Dance To The Music of I1~, ~ icals and fertilizer information...and year. this is the show specifically designed for the innovative lt m. ! all give and hel mid-plains farmer, rancher, and agribusinessman. ti ,v°n 'S SUmmer can )Pe warm the pool so The Country Beats a fun and exciting Be There... See It there MATINEE, SATUROAY and SUNDAY .......... 2:, For more information write: SUNDAY EVENING ............ 8:00 ¢ontributbn$ To: +,++w,+ 73-,. O. Box 607--Kearney, Nebraska 68847 MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME WEEK NIGHTS =ing Pool Heater Fund or Security National Bank ........ :': .....