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NeqAJ$ , ... , Henry Soukop Schiermeyer, and Brian last week a week visiting f Mr. and Mrs. A. and Terry at Mrs. Laluk is daughter Mrs. Schier- a trip Arlington. Hunter attended meeting in has also visited at Scottsbluff, Broken Kearney, Lager Cowley David City, Gibbon the past and has been at a or evening . Glen Langer,  ey and Cecil and "= Grummert went to Wyo., last Friday ltbml'ts in the Dnane dl+me. Sunday they "- th services where  was eonnrmed. ( lue tl there were Mr. tephen Langer of t  Smalley, who had /T " y.tUrned home B. __-_____ :d--in a Beatrice i/,ale suffered a heart iL ---- IM}'S Gene Young and Will be moving to " Youn will teach X k= ".lechnical College. inad a radio and " service repair in " which he will :g July I0. L Id Mrs. C. B. Kirby Of ent last weekend d Mrs Max Darling h __.'s. j. B. Wilton Republican State tqp.' at the Hilton Hotel tuy. Both were ." Y returned home +---,m.L-dawand t'+ms'.  Denver, v/sited !sL Marion Day and re Sunday. Mrs. k. born just west of +'O") " Livestock Com- pe barn and spent I -' re. + Wets of Mr. and Mrs. re Mr. and Mra. aid of Castle Rock, ll,..Mr. and Mrs. Neff l 1 eat' Idaho. Mrs. a sister of Mr. Mrs. Henry Hashage ac- companied Mrs. Irene Barf- knecht and Craig to Crete last Wednesday where she visited with her daughter, Mrs. Ardell Sieck, and family and also in Lincoln with the Edward Svendsen family until Monday, when Mrs. Sieck brought her home. Mrs. Barfkneclit. and Craig attended orientation day at the University of Nebraska Thursday. Mrs. Opal Livingcod returned home Monday night from Portland, Ore., where she had spent )O days. She visited with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slates, and with Mr. and Mrs. William Plourd, Mark and Matt, forme Superior residents. Mark graduated from high school, and te was there for the graduation eercises. Mrs. Don Kronberg and Laurie went to Central City Saturday to get Bruce Carrels, who had attended football school there since June 4. Frem there they went to Lincoln where Laurie and Bruce are attending Girls and Boys State, respectively, this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Renhs of Moose Jaw, Canada, and Clarence Reuhs of Aneroid, Canada, left for their homes last Friday after v/stUng a few days with Mrs. Louise Oltman. The men are her neleWS. They also visited with relatives and friends at Nelson. Mrs. Oltman and her guests and Mrs. Marie Stahl were last Wedmmday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. SP4 and Mrs. Ronald Headrick will arrive today (Thursday) from one-year of duty overseas. They have been in Thailand and Korea. While on leave they will be visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Headrick of Superior ahd Mr. and Mrs.  Weldel of Deder. Steve Headrick, who is at- tending summer school at Kansas State University, Manhattan, will spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Headrtck, and with SP4 and Mrs. Rouald Headrick. Guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Wendell Headrick Monday evening were Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Leacher of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Carles Moedy of Tacoma, WUh., and Mra. W. A. Foley of Norton, Kan. Mrs. Stella Wangh is a lmtient in Lutheran Hospital in Denver, according to word received here from her son, Dean Hegiin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mike Hare went to Salina on Monday of last week where they were guests in the Don Graham home. Mike rehwned Tuesday while Mr. and Mrs. Roe vizited there until Friday. Saturday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe were Mr. and Mrs. taVern Sjholm of Courtland. Guests Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. John Often and John, jr., of New Plymouth, Idaho. They also visited with Mrs. Myrtle Roe. Mr..0000.Romer n and Mrs. Max Rmeburg, Ore., were Friday t to Snyder, Okla., guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. and visited in the Wilton. They also visited the ey home until Wilson relatives at Webber. Mr. dy Darling, who and Mrs. Wayne Wilson of  visiting there, Mankato were Sunday evemtng -Orae with them. guests in the Wilson home. Plant PIONEER. 988 . IRAND Ifl00-SUDANGRASS lil00m a.oreat replacement dried-up" native pastures. fast...reorows fast... resistanL prefer its taste to others.  l:Or Complete Information see... us at the farm one mile northwest of the A Cement plant dams Brothers [ L i9.t s" Day, 879-8512. Evenings, Max Adams, I "23 or Wayne Adams, 87941516 DELIVERS SADDLE. Owen Deterdlng, right, has Just delivered a neW saddle to Gene Overcash at Graford, Texas. Overcash has endorsed saddles handmade from E-O Leather in Superior, Designs Saddles For A Leading Trainer A local businessman, Owes Deterding, who operates E---O Leather, is now designing saddles for one of the nation's leading quarter horse trainers, Gene Overcash. Mr. and Mrs. Deterding delv/ered one of the saddles to the Overcash home at Graford, Dustin May Has Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May hosted a birthday party for their son, Dustin, Sunday evening. The following guests were present: Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May and children and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Lehrllng of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garman and family of Burr Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon. Refreshments were served by the hestem. Dustin received several gifts. BPW Members Meet Monday The Superior Business and Professional Women held their regular 6:30 dinner and business meeting at Hotel Leslie Monday evening. Fifteen members and two guests, Mrs. Carolyn Gieeer and Louise, were present. Leo Zadina and Dale Young showed slides of the new public safety building and explained the proposed bond issue. Roll  W answered by eael *member commentg on the needs of a new building. The BPW members are urging everyone to register and vote on this project. Miss Gieser also spoke at the meeting. She received the Business Women's scholarship. Mrs. Richard Meyer was program chairman and was assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Maxwell and Miss Grace Hanson. The next meeting will be a noon luncheon on July 10. Mrs. Arthur Anderson is chairman. Texas, last week and were guests in their home. While on a week's trtp, they visited the Western Art Gallery, the Tandy Warehouse, Potts Longhorn Co., at Dallas, MatJock Rose Ranch at Den- nlson, Texas and the Wells Ranch in Oklahoma. They aim toured the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma, as well as visited other places of interest enroute. Deterd/ng designs the tree as well as the saddle for Overcuh, who has trained several of the world champion and top ten cutting horses. Ladies Aid Meets June 1 St. Peter's Ladles Aid of Davenport met June 1 in the Parish Hall. Eighteen members and two guests were present. The meeting began with the group singing a hymn. The mite box collection was taken, followed by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League pledge. The topic was a film, "One Great World Above The Dim." This was led by Christ/an Growth Chairman Mrs. Marvin Holtzen. "Spread, Oh Spreak Thou Mighty Word" was sung, followed-by a clesing prayer. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Don Heinrichs. Mrs. Russell Schrooder reported on the Paper Peace Corp. The members voted to purchase a coffee stand with a formica top. Mrs. Reinrichs read a newsletter from a mission in Ethiopia. The group plans to help the mission by sending children's clothing and by rolling bandages. The next meeting will be in September. Lunch was served by Mrs. Allen Boss, Mrs. Meta Ficken and Mrs. Marvin Holtzen. Harrison Unit Meets Wednesday The Harrison Fxtension Homemaker's Unit wet with Mrs. Gall Hud/burgh l hm'sday afternoon. Eight members and one guest, Mrs. Claude Snyder, were present. Roll call was answered by naming some food used to prepare a quick meal. The lesson "How to manage meals in a minute," was given Switzer's Gap And Olive Hill School Reunion Ralph Parsons of Louisville, Ky., and his school "kids" met at the Buffalo Roam in Mankato Sunday for dinner and an af: ternoon of visiting. Those present from Switzer's Gap school were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop of Burr Oak, Mrs Edna Gourley of Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Prather of Broken Bow, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Formoso and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross of Mankato. Attending from the Olive Hill school were: Mr. and Mrs. Fon Ackley of Whittier, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Allington, Mrs. Ina Lionberger, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Atkins of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Kuhn of Salem, Ore., and Mrs. Alma Malpass of Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons and her sister, Mrs. Mattie Grubbs, of Burr Oak and Mrs. Vida Inge and Mrs. Pettit of Concordia were special guests. Mr. Parsons taught in the Switzer's Gap and Olive Hill schools in the years of 1911 and '12, '13 and '14. Mrs. Inge taught in Switzer's Gap in 1907. Edwin Ross attended school at this time. Mrs. Marshall Bishop was a pupil of Mrs. Inge for four years of high school at For- moso. This occasion was an en- joybale ene for teachers and pupils alike and after so many years, there was much reminiscing. Thursday, June 15, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Dr. C.. E. Work Named Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bagley of Longview, Wash., are the p i d f S t y parents of a daughter born June res ent o ocie 8. She weighed eight pounds, 13 ounces and has been named Holly Ann. She has a sister, Nicole. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bagley of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece of Lovewell. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren and Mrs. Delia Heldt of Lovewell. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mikkelsen of Hardy are the parents of a daughter, Tami Lynnae, born June 8. She weighed eight pounds, three and one-half ounces. Mrs. Mlkkelsen is the former Judy Schott. Tami Lynnae has a brother, Ryan Lee, four. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schott of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen of Hardy. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Prank Schott of Nelson. A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helzer May 31 at the Outfit Air Force Base in Omaha. He weighed eight pounds, and two and one-hMf ounces and has been named Roger Boyd. He has one brother, Ronnie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helzer of Cairo. Great grand- parents are Mrs. Christina Cerman of Davmpert, Mrs. Myrtle Jones of Nora and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ross of Grand Island. Local News..... Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thayer and daughter, Melissa, left Tuesday for their home in Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. Thayer and Melissa have been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wall, the past two weeks. Mrs. Thayer came to attend the 10-year reunion of the Class of by Mrs. Delmar Boyles. 1962. Mr. Thayer was also in the Reports were given by thnse class but couldn't come until who attended the spring tee and ' Saturday. the district meeting. Mrs. Delmar Boyles, Mrs. Rall Dye and Mrs. Dow Stansbury at- tended the spring tea which ,:as held at Ionia, Kan., April 11. The feabwed speaker was Mrs. Robert Rose of Ionia, who spoke on antiques, and illustrated her message with a display of antiques. A humorous skit was presented by the J- Janes Unit. Kitchen  and pans were med or hats. Standard of excellence seals were presented to ths presidents of each unit. The Harrison unit received a gold seal for reaching the gos set. Mrs. Gaff Hudtburgh, Mrs. Dow Stausbury, Mrs. Darrell Brandt, Mrs. Delmar Boyles and Mrs. Lyle McCammon att,?nded the district meeting, which was held atBeloit May I. Miss Judy Lindahl of Shnplielty Pattern Company was the speaker at this meeting. Aft giving a lesson on sewing the ; was a question and answer period. This was followed with a fashion show. Mrs. Brandt Was one of the models. Two units of Jewell Coun received special recognition. The Brown Creek unit received recognition for having earned the gold seal for 20 years. The rural Ann's unit had received the gold seal for 15 years. Repom were also given by the various committees. At the close of the meeting, refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Retreat Set For July 9-13 A 'nink Slim Retreat" for girls 12 years old or older is being sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Service. The retreat is being held July 9 through 13 at Camp Jefferson in Fairbury. It is designed for girls who are at least 20 percent overweight and want to lese weight. If you want to learn how and what to eat to keep your weight where it should be and look more attractive, register for the retreat by June 27 at the Nuckolls County Extension Office. Notice Pleasant Woerner is the new Nuckolls County Veterans Officer The office will be at Woerner Ford Tractor on Highway 8 East Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. EI Jantz have been Miss Maridelth Winner of Council Bluffs, Mrs. Gene Daveral of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jantz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Locke and Doan of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Geritzon and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugger and Kattssa of Emweod. Kalissa stayed in the Jantz home for about 20 days. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes attended the funeral of Robert J. Foster at Atlanta, Iowa, last Monday. Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and family attended the double funeral of Norman Smye, 44, and Jimmy Smyor, 42, at Arkansas City, Kan. The brothers were killed on Saturday in a plane cresh near Winfield, Kan. June S--Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mikkelsen, Hardy. June 9--Boy, Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, Nelson. June 14---Boy, Mr. and Mrs. William Kussman, Hardy. June X--Twlns, boy and girl, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sole, Nelson. Admitted: Mrs. Aubrey Granger, Deshler; Winffred Dalymple, Superior; Mrs. William Menke, Nekon; Mrs. Lynn Thayer, Nora; Cindia Wilhelms, Superior; Cecil Plait, Superior; Mrs. Arylce Cox, Superior; Mrs. David Oswald, Superior; Mrs. Earl Osberne, Superior; Mrs. Doshia Kesterson, Superior; Mrs. Alta Renschler, Superior. Feed Grain and Wheat June 26, 1972 is last day farmers can certify planted acres of feed grain and wheat and designate set-aside acres and be eligible to earn payments under the 1972 wheat and feed grain program. Mrs. Phyllis Paterson of West Sacramento, Calif., is here visiting her father, Hugh Yotmg, and her son, Robert Paterson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noren were in Solona Beach, Calif., this week for the funeral of his uncle, Owen A. Holmwood. He died after a three-to4our-wesk illness following a fall. He is survived by his wife, Mabel Nares Holmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Eph Jant were in Omaha for the graduation of Craig Burch from Wesiside High School. He wws in the top 10 percent of the class. Following graduation Mr. and Mrs. Jantz and Mr. and Mrs. Came Geritzen were guests in the Burch home. Reading Program At Davenport The Summer reading program begins Thursday, June 22, from 3 to 5 p.m., and will continue for six weeks. &ll children from.kindergarten up are welcome m parumpam m the program, "Reading and Music." Mrs. Jerry Miller will direct the program and will be assisted by several high school girls. New books at the Davenport Public Library.are as follows: "Our Country, U.8. News and World Report," a gift from Hamer Adcock; Children's books-- "Homer's Home," Bliss E. Wilkie; "Letterland ABC," Bliss E. Wilkie; "Lost and Found," Bliss E. Wilkie; "Cinderella," Mccall Book; "Jack and The Beanstalk," McCall Book; "The Ugly Duckling," McCall Book; "Wonderful World of Knowledge," Walt Disney; "Never Tease A Weasel," Jean Conder Souli; Adult becks--"JusCWaR Till :You Have Children of Your Own," Erma Rombeck and Bill Keane; "Summer of '42," Herman Raucher; and 'I1e French Connection," Robin Moore. Dr. Clyde E. Work, associate dean of enginee!ing at Michigan Technological University, has been elected president of the Society for Experimental Stress Analysis. The society, which has 2,500 members throughout the world, is recognized as the leading technical society for engineers devoted to advancement of the art of experimental mechanics. SESA holds conferences, meetings and svmvosla for interchange of ideas and publishes papers and journals. County Council Choose Lessons The County Council of Home Extension clubs met June 2 at the 4-H building. Sixteen presidents of the tO clubs were present. Dan DeLong spoke to the group, telling of work done attire rehabilitation center in Superior. The council voted to tour places of interest in and near Hastings in the fall. Some probable places will be Mode-O- Day factory, Vocational Technical College and the Meat Animal Research Center at Clay Center. The lessons chosen for 1973 were "Casseroles," "The Consumers' Right," "Winter Bouquet%" and "Why Did That Dress Cost So Much." The fifth lesson has not been decided on for sure. Final plans were made for the state convention in Hastings, June 13-15, and for the NuckdRs County Fair, Aug. 7-9. The committee's duties were discussed for entering the exhibits and for the Kountry Kitchen. New Officers For VFW Auxiliary New officers were installed recently by the Veterans of Foreign +Wars Auxiliary, No. 3&, Past president Mrs. Donald Sqt of Nelson was installing officer. Mrs. Mildred Fenimore was installed as president; Mrs. Willmre Smith, senior vice- president; Mrs. Roland Detldoff; Junior v/ce-president; Mrs. Max Darling, treasurer; Mrs. Arlene Anderson, chaplian; Mrs. Loren Myers, conductress; Sharon Smith, ; trustees, Mrs. Rall er, Mrs. Russell Gray and Mrs. Daryl Clyde, trustees. Appointive officers are: Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen, secretary; Mrs. Ruben Morris, banner bearer; Mrs. Hughes Pettit, flag bearer; Mrs. Jim :iman, first color bearer; Mxs. lobert Allgood, second color bearer; Mrs. Richard Johnson, third color bearer; Mrs. Danny Kirk, fourth color bearer; Mrs. Merle Shaw, historian; Mrs. Lloyd ibert, patriotic instructor; and Mrs. Clarence Pursell, musician. Town, Country Unit Meets At Burr Oak Town and Country Extension Homemakers Unit met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Douglas Gillett at Burr Oak. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Roy Brandon, were premt. Mrs. Nelson Harris repo on the window d/splay she had prepared for Homemakers' Week. Mrs. Terry Phillips read a clever poem and Mrs. Aspegren read an article on me handling of foods. Mrs. Roger Decker presented On Display the lesson, "Fabrics in Home Furnishings." She had many Mrs. Maxine Andrea of samples of carpeting nd Fairbury, formerly of Hardy, drapery material to show 4th will have her painting on her lesson and much in- display at the First Federal +formation in value, lasting Savings and Loan in Lincoln, qualities and prices. starting June 19, for three There will be no July meeting weeks. She has approximately of the Unit. Mrs. Nelson Harris 40 pieces for display, will entertain the unit in August. Dr. Work was elected president at the society's an- nual spring meeting in Cleveland He has been active in SESA activities and has served as vice-president for the last two years. Dr. Work went to Michigan Tech in 1957 as head of the Department of Engineering Mechanics after 10 years on the faculty of the University of Illinois and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 1968-69 he served as a consultant to UNESCO in India. He became associate dean of the Michigan Tech College of Engineering in 1969. Dr. Work is the author of many publications, including a college textbook, "A Programmed Indtroduction to Dynamics." Dr. Work is the son of Guy H. and the late Mary Warnock Work, longtime residents of the area and members of the for- mer United Presbyterian Church and more recently of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Superior. He attended the Webber school for 11 years and wa graciuateci from the Marua'0u sign cnool In the class of 1942. He attended Sterling College, South East Missouri State College and received three degrees from the University of Illinois. Barracks Meeting At Hardy Sunday The Nuckolls County Barracks, No. 2275, and Auxiliary met in the Hardy Community Hall Sunday. Because of threatening weather and conflicting events, there were only 47 in attendance. After a cooperative dinner, Mrs. Mildred Leigh presented a short program. Marcia Pedersen sang "I Walk Today where Jesus Walked," and Diane Calder sang "The Lilac Tree." Both girls received a superior rating on these numbers at the District Music Contest in Fairmont last spring, Dr. Teachworth Attends Seminar Dr. James L. Teachworth returned recently from Omaha where he attended a three day seminar on disc and sacro-illac conditions. The seminar was sponsored by the Sacro- occipital Research Society International, headed by Dr. M. B. DeJarnette who developes advanced techniques for Chiropractic Colleges and pest graduates. Dr. Teachworth receives this training every six weeks and will have it corn+ pleted in about three mote years. Concerts June 23 By Hitch Family The Hitch Family of Columbus, Ohio, will be featured in concert at the Fint Baptist Church on Friday, June 23, 7:30 p.m. The family con- sists of Mr. and Mrs. Hitch and their two sons and two daughters. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this community-wide service, sponsored by the First Baptist Church. An ad will appear in next week's paper. There will be a free-will of- feting. Book Available At Post Office A 224-page paperback editim of "Stamps and Stories, The Exciting Saga of United States History Told In Stamps," is new on sale at the Superior Pest Office. It is of a convenient pocket size. Postmaster Joe Schaaf said this is the first United States Postal Service book to fttUy illustrate U. S. Stamps in color and to list values on each issue from 1847 through mid-197. Superior, Holdrege and Hastings are the only places in the area that the book is available What is the secret of getting ahead? Stated simply, it is planning, so that you'll be able to make the most of every opportunity that comes your way. And in these modern times, with our technology advancing so rapidly, there are more opportunities--particularly for the trained man--than ever before. Many quality opportunities for qualified young men exist in Today's Army. Army training can strengthen and implement your plans for the future. See Your Army Recruiter. 300 North Lincoln, Hastings, Nebraska 68901 Phone: 463-3450