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 4CTIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June I, 1972 Hardy Local News.... Please call Mrs. Fern Work- man with news items after June Johnny McCutcheon's name was errorlessly ommitted from the list of eighth grade graduates in last week's issue. Cheryl Healey spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Summers. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and family Thursday night were Eldon Eitzmann, LaRae, Ragean and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka, Julie and Lea spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Schmitdberger, and family at Victoria, Kan. Lea and Julie Delka stayed for a two weeks' visit with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair attended the Merchandise Fair at Wieth Co., open house in St. Joseph Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair and Brad visited last Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair at Lovewell. Guests in the Herbert Pedersen home during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Al Cooper and family of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pedersen and sons of Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pedersen attended the alumni banquet Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pedersen attended Mrs. Pedersen's class of 1927 reunion in Nelson Friday evening. Mrs. Glenn Edwards spent May 19 at the Gary Bargen home in Fairbury, Mrs. Nels Sorensen spent May 18 and 20 at the Bargen home. Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and family and Mrs. Glenn Ed- wards and family were Friday coffee guests in the Nels Sorensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke and family of Oxford were guests in the Jim Miller home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ras Hansen. Guests in the Lawerence Bothwell home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorenson. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorenson and sons Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Nets Sorensen. Mrs. Neis Sorensen atended a coffee for Mrs. Mary Rezabek at the home of Mrs. John Keeney. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etter of Sylvia, Kan. ( Last Week's News) Howard Beck, Nancy, Troy and Betty and Gary Morley of Manhattan Beach, Calif., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and family. Other callers during the week were Mrs. Jensby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck, of Superior. Mrs. Bob Jensby, Morris, Kent, Beth and Lori, Howard Beck, Nancy, Troy, Betty and Gary Morley of Manhattan Beach, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck of Superior were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Herman and family of Daykin, Neb. Brenda Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanely Lang of Edgar, was confirmed Sunday at the Christ Lutheran Church in Davenport. Those attending the services and dinner in her honor were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann, Eldon Eitzmann and daughters of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Bib Avey and family of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Eitzmann and family of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lang of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. John Lang and family of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lang of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann went with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copes to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burley Copes and family at Beatrice. They attended a dance recital Saturday of their granddaughter, Pamela Col}as, at Tri-Comanty school. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen, Nancy, Terry, Arlen and Janis Wed- nesday night after graduation honoring Terry Mickelsen, Juanita Breault on graduation 'from high school and Arlen Mickelsen, Marilyn Breault, Mike Delka and Steve Brown on Olive Delka and Doris, Wes Cassens, and Jim Webber of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen of Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korbelik and family of Nelson, Jane Kindscher of Guide Rock, Steve Breault of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Erkenbrack, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson of Republic, Mrs. Alvin Mickelsen, Mrs. Alta Mac Pedersen and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz and family, Arlo Petersen, Rev. and Mrs. Kent Morse and family, Mrs. Rudie Hill and Staci, Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rezabek and Betsy, Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney, William Lindroth, Alan Sanger, Ivan Schukei, Curtis Calder, Jerry Jensen, Mike and Frank Brown, all of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyatt spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Wyatt and family in Superior. Sunday evening they attended commencement services. Virginia Wyatt was a graduate and rated eighth in the top ten of. the graduating class. Earlier Virginia received an honor pin for being on the honor roll all four years in high school. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rezabek and Betsy were guests of honor at a cook-out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and sons Sunday evening. Other guests present were Bill Lindroth, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara and Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards and Lisa. The Rezabeks will be moving this weekend to Iowa where he has accepted a new teaching position. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet and family at the Union Church after bac- calaureate May 14 to honor their daughter, Ann, were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and family, Rev. Peter Trucano, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rashleigh, Mrs. Mildred Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Ornam, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl, Charlotte Peckham, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby, Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann, Bill Lindroth, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Rezabek and Betsy, Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney, Ivan Schukei, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Westphal and Colleene Steier. Thursday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Petersen of Republic and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards and family Wednesday evening to honor Jeff on eighth grade graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorensen, Tommy and T.J., Mr. and Mrs. Neis Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rezabeck and Betsey, Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards and Lisa, Mrs. Paul Edwards, Steve and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen, Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin, Miss Vonia Shotzman and Lee Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Oriand Elmore enjoyed a week's visit of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fizer, of Lexington, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ddka, Lyle and Cindy were in Omaha Friday to attend the boys' state track meet. They visited Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delka and Kevin in Lincoln. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet and family after commencement May 17 in honor of Ann on graduating from high school were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cox and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Steier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gillflan, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shotaman, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rheads, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby and family, Russell Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Dah] and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heiliger, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever, Van Schota- man, Dennis Sweet, Kathy Bohanan, Lee Bruce Hansen, Vonie Shotzman, Alan Sanger, Bill Lindroth and Mrs. Susan Flora and family. Dixie Delka spent Friday night in the Glenn Mickelsen home. Saturday morning Dixie TIMOTHY EITZMANN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eitzmann, Route 1, Hardy, has lust completed the seventh grade in the Byron Public School. He is greatly interested in dogs and has studied many kinds. His specialties are Pure- bred Boxers and Norwegian EIkhounds. The Norwegian Elkhound is one of the oldest breed of dogs on which records have been kept. Tim is shown here with two Boxer mothers and an assort- ment of puppies of both breeds. The latest litters, on the Eitzmann farm, were 10 Boxers from which the mother saved eight; and six Boxers of which five were saved. Photo by Max Bixby THIS BARN on the Martin Eitzmann farm, four and one- half miles east of Hardy on the Nebraska slde of the state line, was built in 1910, according to the date shown at the top of the hay door. The horse's head and horseshoe decorations indicate that it was used to take care of horses, the principal source of farm power in 1910. The upper half is the hay loft. The barn is now used for machinery and grain storage. Standing in front of the barn are, left: Jim Hoops, Tim Eitzmann, Mrs. Martin Eitzmann, Scott Eitzmann (Byron High School basketball star) and Martin Eitzmann. Photo by Max BIxby and Janis left by bus for Sunday evening callers at the Hastings and were guests of Marvin Webber home. Nancy Mickelsen and her Mrs. Jim Healey and family roommate, Kathy Healey, at were Sunday afternoon callers Hastings College over the on Mrs. Ella Summers. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Steve Frum and David of Mickelsen went after the girls Mfllard, Neb., came Saturday Sunday afternoon, evening to the Marvin Webber Mr. and Mrs. Marvin home to spehd a few weeks. Schlueter and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Springer Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Audrey of Phillipsburg and Mrs. LaVern Kniep and spent the weekend with her family, helping Mrs. Kniep parents, Mr. and Mrs. celebrate her birthday. Other Raymond Leece, and Bernie. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters, Mr. and Mrs. August Kniep, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kniep and family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Peters and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoops and family, Mrs. Ralph Wenske, Susan and Alan, all of Byron and Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Sehlueter and family. Valle00 View i Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi Jo were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen. The dinner was in honor of their granddaughter, Brooke Hansen, who was baptized Sunday morning at the Methodist Church in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everitt and family of Concordia were Sunday evening supper guests at the Myron Intermill home. Mrs. Keith McKeown and Susan visited Monday at the David Demary home in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross and sons attended commencement exercises in Nelson Tuesday evening and a reception at the Don Biltoft home, honoring eighth grade graduation. Guests were Mrs. Glenn Hutt, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Gene Frerichs and family, Mrs. Mary McGowan, Mrs. Leo Snavely and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Frerichs and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Frerichs, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Westphal, Mrs. LOSE UGLY FAT You can start losing weight today, MONADEX is a tiny tablet and easy to lake, MONADEX will help curb your desire for excess food. Eat lessweigh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nervous, No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . start today. MONADEX costs $3.00 for a 20 day supply, Lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded with no questions asked, iONAEX is sold with this guarantee by: Deuel Pharmacy, Superior, Nb. Mail Orders Filled their daughter, Pia, who was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shotzman and Von of Superior were For further information mall coupon to Morton Buildings, Etox 202 Minden, Neb. Phone 308-832-1715. " We will erect a 42x63' Model 112B building for $4,470 plus tax within 50 miles of Minden. Name ................... ; ................... Address ............................ Phone No. I I Mrs. Springer and Audrey stayed to spend this week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and family of Sutton visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber, from Friday evening until Sunday Several from this vicinity attended commencement in Superior Sunday evening. A graduate from this vicinity was Gale Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed went to Esbon Monday evening for commencement. Her THIS ONE! Farmers Union Mill SUPERIOR Arnold Ross WEBBER Otto Eitzm-a nn HAROY Lawrence Kirchhoff HARDY i i nephew, Randy Kugler, was a graduate. Callers Sunday afternoon on Ruth and Waldon Rathbun were Mr. and Mrs. :Ed Mueller of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKe.own visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the Don Hurd home in Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith of Cannon City, Colo., Roy Smith of Denver and Mrs. Eda Plundt of Dear Trail, Colo., came Friday to the Dale Crispin home for a few days' visit. Saturday they were dinner gusts of Mrs. Violet Graham in Superior and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Penokee, Kan., joined the group for a visit on Sunday. Cadams News Thursday evening Mrs. Earl Tyler of Junction City, Ore., and Mrs. Cliff Grove and Jerry visited Mrs. Dora Wall at Ruskin and her houseguest, Mrs. Ing Wall, of Albany, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clyde of O'Neill, Neb., came Friday to spend the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Fuller and Janice. Guests Tuesday evening in the Leslie Erickson home following eighth graduation exercises at Nelson for Melody were Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Erickson and David, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson and Diane, Mrs. Hilda Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Intermill of Jewell. Visitors Friday evening in the Don Beersma home were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer. Curtis Jensen was a guest several days this week of Terry Jensen in the Loren Jensen home at Oak, while Todd spent several days with Brent in the Darrell Jensen home. Phyliss Erickson of Beatrice is spending the Memorial Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson, and Diane. Valerie Mucklow was a weekend guest of Melody Erickson in the Leslie Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen entertained several relatives and friends in their home Tuesday evening following eighth grade graduation exericses in Nelson. Their son, Curtis, was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. William Niehause of Washongal, Wash., visited this week in the Clarence Simonsen home and with other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Niebause formerly lived in 100th Anniversary Planned By Hardy Church..lune 17 The "Singers of Today" will be featured in a Saturday night concert at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church at Hardy on June 17, beginning the celebration of 100 years of Lutheran witness in the com- munity. The Centennial Service is Sunday, June 18, 10-11:30 a.m. "The First 100 Years" with greetings from former pastors and friends will be Sunday afternoon. Many friends and former members are expected to attend, according to the Rev. Kent Morse, pastor. It was on June 18, 1872, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pecht in Big Bend township of Republic County, Kansas, that a body of Lutherans gathered with the Rev. George Walker, from Ohio, and organized the church from which has descended the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hardy. Charter members were comprised of the pioneer families of Andrew Lowe, Samuel Stover, John Pecht, Saul G. Stover and Henry Garman. Harsh conditions on the prairie and distances with poor traveling methods made sur- vival difficult but not doubtful. Settlers arriving at the old White Rock area in Sinclair township of Jewell County, Kansas, and around Hardy swelled the number of Lutherans, and aRer 11 years of struggle and change the first pioneer church structure for and Ron of Auburn were Monday supper guests of her sister, Mrs. Calvin Hobson, and family. Mrs. Dorman Clark spent Monday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Atha Stenson. Thursday evening lunch guests in the Merle File home to honor Debra File on her gragduation from Courtland High School were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth File, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and children, Tracey Douglas, Kent Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradrick and family of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Cammie Jo of Manhatten, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oplinger and Wands of Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Poole and family of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Day, Debbie, Vernon and Connie spent the Memorial Day weekend with Mrs. Pauline Aurand and Mrs. Martha Day in Hardy. Superior. Down South and Kevin, Jeff and Cathy of Union, Guests in the Calvin Hobson Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gunn and Steve and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gunn and family in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tomlinson and children of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hobson and family. Monday evening coffee guests in the Bob Gunn home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Max Tlmyer and family. home Monday evening following commencement in honor of Leon Hobson for his graduation were Mrs. Harold Wagner, Nancy and Ron of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eitzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eitzmann and Phyliss, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Kerry, Sue Gruber, Karla Tuley and Scott Hobson. Mrs. Harold Nancy Lutheran services in Hardy was built in the winter of 1882-83 at a cost of $2,000. It was their dream come true. The efforts of these dedicated men and women were greatly blessed by God, and the congregation's membership swelled with the transfer in 1893 of a Lutheran congregation four miles north of town to this Union Evangelical Lutheran church in Hardy. In 1894 the congregation at Hardy and its daughter congregation at Star school in Jackson township of Jewell County, Kansas, voted to change its synodical affiliation from Kansas and become part of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Nebraska. In 1906 the congregation had outgrown its 24-year old building, and found it necessary to raze the old church and build a new brick edifice at a cost of $10,000 which was dedicated debt-free Jan. 20, 1907. On June 18, 1922, the parish observed the 50th anniversary with full-day activities for both the Hardy and Jewell congregations in the St. Paul's church, with an attendance of well over 200. Around 1925 the church in Jewell county, Kansas, merged with Hardy which had given it birth some 30 years before. The Jewell church building was sold to a farmer who altered it for grain storage, and the fur- nishings were given to another young congregation in western Nebraska. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lemke and family have returned from a vacation trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rowley and daughters of Superior were Wednesday visitors in the Levi Miller home. Theodore Kimminau was taken to the Mary Lanning Hospital on Saturday. A.M.N. Robert Mazour of Lockbourne Air Force Base, Ohio, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mazour, a couple weeks. Mrs. Herman Ostdiek and children attended graduation exercises at St. Benedict's college, Atchinson, Kan., Saturday. John Ostdiek received a bachelor of science degree in teaching and business administration. Bud Sehreer has returned to Omaha after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schroer .... Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ostdiek were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Golka and family in Grand Island. Relatives attended the funeral of Gilbert Schrandt at Plainville, Kan., Saturday morning. Another Redeemer Lutheran Superior, through the efforts dedicated men congregation Our Redeemer baptized members In the past St. Paul's became al newly-found in America, provements in parsonag made. In June of Kent Morse, a Central Seminary Neb., began his under his and with Our Redeemer During this time, provided growth stability in both During the first great Christian ministry made by the School and its Since 1895 organizations strong arm our young leadership of Hoyer, are news of Jesus their folk music "Singers of created in the fall And since 1891 now Lutheran has lent an serve with prayers in the munity and in the Mr. and Mrs. minau visited in tlte Kolbet home in Wednesday. Eighth grade held Sunda Heart church. class were Linda and Larry Barbara Streff, metscher, Linda Debbie Hubl, Janice Svoboda Bob Theer, metscher, Ed Ken Karmazin, and Allen Hofstetter: Mr. and Mrs. Joh has graduated front state college. St. Paul $3 Lutheran Church Rev. Kent Morse, church Vacation church house. something Sunday, church schoo worship and p.m., Monday, 8:30 revival school. Wednesday, choir. 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