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8 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 22, 1972 Ceclia Albertson. They brought Mrs. Albertson from the Good Hardy Local News Samaritan Center in Superior to her home in Hardy for the few days' visit. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Simonsen visited Mr. and Mrs. Mary Dee Rhoads and Carl Parker Wednesday were his Ward Aurand Sunday evening. Mayhew from Grand Island sister, Mrs. Leo Oppie, and her Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pedersen were chosen delegates from the husband of Kansas City, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer Hastings Business College to and Mrs. Ellen Stut, Carol, went to Grand Island Friday represent Phi Beta Lambdan at Cheryl, Penny and David Ray of where they were .uests at the the National Convention in Ft. Collins, Colo. Carol and supply company dinner. Houston, Texas. They left Cheryl stayed for a longer visit Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet Omaha by plane Saturday and with the Parkers. were dinner guests Sunday of expected to return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Corman of their son, Dr. Dennis Sweet, at Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen Beloit came to Hardy Sunday Guide Rock, honoring Mr. visited in the Art Kathrineberg and took their grandmother, Sweet on Father's Day. home in SalinaBunday. Fern Workman, and grand- The Dean Pedersen family Janis Kohl of Independence, mother, Mrs. Rebecca Corman, plans to move to Nelson July 1. Mo., and Lori Kohl of Lincoln of theGoedSamaritanCenterin Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder were guests of their grand- Superior to dinner at a care in attended a family picnic dinner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Superior. Later they joined held in the Superior park Kohl, the past few days. Mrs. Corman's sister, Mrs. Jim Sunday honoring Jesse Jensby Mr. and Mrs. Don Kaldahl of Jensby, and her family and the of Gresham, Ore. Eugene, Ore., were lunch guests ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack W. Fischer went to of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kchl Rex Hodler of Beloit, for a Lincoln Sunday morning with Saturday noon. picnic supper at the Lake. Mrs. James Calder, Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Elliott of Jane Jensen, Tim Jensen and Diane and will visit at the E.W. Concordia visited Caroline fiancee, Cindy Loftis, all of Bjorling home. She returned to Taylor Sunday, They brought Omaha, spent the weekend at Brea, Calif., by plane Tuesday. their grandchildren, the two- the Albert Jeusen home. Randy Calder of Fairbury has year-old Piper triplets from Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer been helping at the Jim Calder Topeka. enjoyed a visit with their son, home the past few days. Mrs. Hubert Breault and Art, of Wahoo, and daughter, Jess Jensby will leave family and Mrs. Judy Hill and Rose Marie Benson, and her Monday for Gresham, Ore., Stacy went to Concordia husband from Garland, Neb., after a two week's stay at the Saturday where they visited during the weekend. Joe Calder home. + Mrs. Breault's parents, Mr. and Zldon Eitzmann and Mr, and Mrs. Nels Sorensen, Mrs. Raymond Lewis. Mr. and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards Mrs. Junior Lewis of Ames, Stanley Lang and family of and Mrs. Helen Nelson of Kan., called in the afternoon. Edgar spent Sunday evening Ruskin went to Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance and wl Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitz- Saturday to attend the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dondiinger mann. Cindy Eitzmann visited of Patty Burtch. Miss Burtch is and sons of shicidey, went to the the Langs Saturday night and a niece of Mr. Sorensen. They Bernard Miller home Saturday Sunday. Richard Haas, a nephew of returned Sunday. evening to visit with other Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller relatives, Mr. andMrs. Howard Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, his wife and made a business trip to Omaha Engleberg and daughters of children, Kenny, Dins and Tuesday. They visited Mr. and Durango, Colo., and Mr. and Randy of Ventura, Calif., spent Mrs. Rezabeck and in the David Mrs. Lincoln Underwood and a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Tomllnson home in Lincoln on children of Cortez, Colo. Gillilan. Mr. Haas works with their way home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair had the drug department of the The primary department of a Sunday cook-out in honor of police force in Ventura. Joe the Hardy Union Sunday School Branden's third birthday and Gillilan of Dwight, Kan., spent will go to the Good Samaritan baptism. Those helping him the weekend with his parents. Home in Superior Friday af- celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mar- ternoon to present a short Dean Pedersen and sons of tens and Debhi left Sunday for program. The children will Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry their home in Cheyenne, Wyo. meet at the church at 1:45 p.m. Kortand Candi of Blue Hill, Mr. Diane remained for a longer Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and Mrs. Bernard Blair of visit with her grandparents, spent Saturday evening with Lovewell, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. The Martens are building a new Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen. Pedersen, Dr. and Mrs. P. C. home and will live in a motel Mr. and Mrs. Archie Per- Molgard, and Clarence Kuper. until their house is ready for singer attended a Persinger Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson of occupancy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calder went family reunion at Lincoln Park Hastings, Mrs. Elsie Petersen in Superior Sunday. Sixty-two of Superior, Mrs. Ernest An. to Lincoln to meet their son, relatives and friends attended dreasen of Webber and Mrs. Curtis, who had spent last week the picnic. Rudy Kriger of Nora were at Dallas, Texas, attending Mr. and Mrs. Nels Soreneen Tuesday afternoon coffee Explo '72. Curtis went with a visited Jennie Higer in Superior guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe delegation from Lincoln, Sunday evening.  Calder. Jesse Jensby of sponsored by the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gresham, Ore., and Mrs. Jack church. Evangelist Billy Albertson and two daughters of Fischer of Brea, Calif., are Graham attended the services. Houston, Texas, spent the house guests at the Calder Mr. and Mrs. Hubert weekend with his mother, Mrs. home. / WOOD WtmRi .LIY mum \\; HARSH HOISTS makes a varieW of sizes... FOR00 2 TON PlC TO 40 TON TRI-AXLES one of many is the I:2.TGT D + :1OO [] DOUBLE ACTING CYLINDER [] SIMPLE INSTALLATION [] LIGHT WEIGHT [] HIGH STABILITY & STRENGTH q Guests in the Guy Loop home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Allington and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Loop and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart, Melodee and Clark of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hancock, Doris and Ronnie. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Hansen and Connie of Holdrege spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen. Mrs. Hansen is the former Frances Gregersen. They observed Father's Day a day early. The Donald Kaldahl family of Springfield, Ore., has been visiting his brother, Vernon Kaldahl, and family and other relatives and friends. Thursday evening guests of the Vernon Kaldahl family were the Don Kaldahl family, Vera Kaldahl of Ruskin, Mrs. Marie Kaldahi and Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Andersen of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hansen and children went to Inavale, Neb. Sunday to visit Mrs. Hansen's grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Harvey, and the John Harvey family of Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen and Jessie Jensen made a business trip to Springfield, Mo., last week. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Herrick of Hastings called on Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. Trucano Sunday afternoon. Rev. Herrick is district superintendent of the South Central District of which Hardy is a part. Saturday evening guests of Pastor Kent Morse and family was Dr. T. Swanson, president of the Nebraska Synod, Lutheran Church Association. Father's Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darell Rhoads were Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gillilan and Cheryl of Glenvil. I4da Petersen of Superior called in the afternoon. Dgwn South Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and family were Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Johnson and John, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watsonand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Van Meter and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meter. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meters' first wedding anniversary. Kyle Symms and Jim Reed of Brea, Calif., were weekend guests of Kyle's grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Simmons. Mrs. Simmons' Sunday dinner ts were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simmons and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Simmons MIKKELSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings Portraits Anniversaries Graduation SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA Open Tues, Thurs., Fri. 122 E. 4th--Phone 879-3090 EDGAR, NEBRASKA Open Mort., Wed., Sat. Phone 224-5500 and sons of Belleville, Kevin Simmons, Kyle Symms and Jim Reed. Mrs. Dacreli Faer and Derek of :Bennington, Neb., spent last week visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Stenson. Friday evening guests in the Marvin Harper home were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Budreau of Jamestown. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Aurand and family to help the twins, Jay and Jared, celebrate their third birthdays were Mrs. Pauline Aurand and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lake. Mrs. Gregg Birrell, Eric and Aaron visited Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa at Guide Rock Saturday evening. Lisa accompanied Mrs. Birrell home to visit a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers and their granddaughter, Saunie Ayers, spent Sunday in Grand Island with Dr. and Mrs. Jon R. Ayers and children. Derrick and Douglas Ayers returned home with their grandparents to spend a week. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Guy French, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Birrell and sons, Lisa Osborne and Airman First Class and Mrs. Rick Reeves. Airman First Class and Mrs. Reeves will leavc Thursday for Tampa, Fla., where he will be stationed. They have been living at San Antonio, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray took Bryan Bouray and Tony Hobson to Rock Springs Ranch Sunday. They will attend 4-H camp for a week. Nora News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham, Kenneth and Lori and Angie Drudik went to Kearney Sunday and were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanham. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lanham and Troy of Kearney. Mrs. Douglas Kugler and Lara of Abilene, Kan., and Mrs. Kugler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pator, and family were Thursday guests in the Eilert Bargen home. The Pator family has been stationed in Germany and now are back in the states, being transferred to Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Judy were Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller, Stacie and Chad in Lincoln. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farver were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dehart. Monday evening of last week visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frahm and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family. Mrs. Myrtle Jones spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mac Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold HOfts attended funeral services Sunday afternoon of his uncle, Henry Windhorst, at the Peace Lutheran Church in Deshler. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer, Shelly and Mark were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jaeobitz of Nelson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson of Nelson and Mr. and For An Appointment With Trained Courteous Memorial Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumental Need Large or Small Contact Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig Phone 627-3845 Representing shiekley, Neb. Palmers Brothers Granite Co. Hoidrege, Neb. 52 Years under the same management Subscribe Now to Mrs. Carl Timmerman and Mary Lee of Stella, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swigart visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborne of Superior Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis and family went to Cambridge Sunday and attended a family picnic. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Minnie Swanson at Holdrege. Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams, Roger and Debbie other June birthdays and Father's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and family of Superior and Mrs. Bob Effle and Kevin of York were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schleufer, Dana and Daniel. Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lynch and family of Council Bluffs, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher. Others joining attended funeral services4 themin the afternoon were Mrs. Tuesday for Mrs. Gerald Miller Eva Rausher and Mr. and Mrs. at Lincoln. Monday afternoon of last week visitors Of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoover and their granddaughter of Owosso, Mich. Wednesday forenoon Mrs. Orin Dillon of Edgar was a visitor. Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mark were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gumaer and family of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and sons and Mrs. Adella Gebers were among Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Lane and daughters of Blue Hill. Mrs. Alfred Meyer and Mrs. John Oltman visited Mrs. Lena Meyer of Nelson, and Mrs. Chester Moran of Superior in the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Sunday afternoon. Both ladies were in the hospital for tests. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer and family were Sunday af- ternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doher and family of Nelson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Everett. Stenson of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Doher of Greeley, Colo. Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder of Hardy, Mrs. Jack Fishcer of Brea, Calif., and Jess Jensby of Gresham, Ore. Sunday the Kriger family joined other relatives at a picnic in Superior in honor of Jess Jenshy. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saathoff and'family of Hebron. Mr. Bargen also had telephone calls from some of his family to wish him a Happy Father's Day. The Bargens also enjoyed a telephone visit with relatives, who called from Germany. Monday of last week af- ternoon guests of Mrs. Don Gebers were Mrs. Albert Wulf of Deshler and Mrs. Leonard Siebolt and Becky of Fairbury. Mrs. Alda Gerbeling was a Friday evening supper guest of Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Swigart. Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland were Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed, Kathy and Bobby of Courtland and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mark took Darcie and Delsie sholtz home Wednesday evening after they had spent several days with them. Sunday the Kottmeyers visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, at their home m Deshier. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and Mrs. Adella Gebers attended the wedding of brlin Lunzman to Inez Duen- siffg at the St. John's Lutheran Church in Chester. Mrs. Elmer Jones called on Mrs. Myrtle Jones Friday af- ternoon. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family for a steak cook-out were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moran of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch and Jerry were Mrs. Dorothy Anderson of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kulek, David and Steven of Guide Rock, Sharon Hamilton of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kulek and Troy of Hastings. The occasion was to honor Mrs. Anderson on her birthday Sunday and to observe I The Farmer-Stockman of Nebraska Inside the next 2 weeks The Farmer-Stockman will change from a "monthly" publication to a "weekly" publication. Subscription rates are sti]l oniy +2.00 per year So Use The Following Order Blank To Place Your Subscription Order At The Present Price: t t !Please place my order for----years subscription to THE FARMER-STOCKMAN of Nebraska Enclosed find Check of Money Order for $ .... Mail the Above Coupon To: The Farmer-Stockman of Nebraska 148 E, 3rd Street -- Superior, Nebr. 68978 I Name Address City Zip John Adams, Becky and Tami. Mrs. Alda Gerbeling was a Sunday evening visitor of Mrs. Della Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peters and Michael of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schieufer went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz in Ruskin Sunday for a cooperative dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schieufer and sons were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and to help them celebrate their an- niversary. Abdal News Mrs. Harry Persson and Mrs. Mary Carter went to Red Cloud on business last Thursday. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Ernest Schiermeyer at Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schieufer and sons were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and Nancy. Mrs. Jim Purcell and daughters of Webber were dinner guests of Howard Larsen Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar shrontz and daughters spent the weekend at the lake. Mrs. Don shroyer and family spent Sunday afternoon with her father, John McCutcheon, at Hardy. Mrs. Jim Mcchesney and family came Saturday evening from Bradshaw and were overnight guests of Howard Larsen. Sunday they, Mr. Larson and Bruce Stiles were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson and Lori Ann were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bargen attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosier, at Davenport. Howard Larsen called on Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann Sunday evening. Robert McKevitt and Hick of Mason, Ohio, came to Omaha by plane Sunday, being called here by the illness of his faer, Ralph McKevitt. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family spent Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zeigler and family. Supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bargen at Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bargen and Brian of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chartier of Loveland, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen called on Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen last Thursday evening. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family went to Crete and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delane Ahrens and family. Lonnie Ahrens of Crete is spending the summer with the Ahrons family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Yvonne were coffee guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family of Guide Rock were guests Sunday evening, June 11, of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leren Ahrens and family spent Sunday evening visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ahrens. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Kramer were Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen. Lana Wissing spent last Thursday and Friday with Kathy Martin. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Lin- nemann attended a family picnic Sunday at the Superior Park, honoring Jess Jensby of Portland, Ore. He will return home this week oafter a three- week visit in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family were supper guests "'ELI" PEST Sunday evening Fred Rhodes This community inches of rain Saturday, Verda Fitzgerald ding of Ella Mac and William United Methodist Valley, Neb. Ella granddaughter McGinness and the Mr. and Mrs. Thursday Mrs. Kenneth Marion of Mrs. Verda Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. dard, Steven Eugene, Ore., dinner guests of Ahrens and a knife maker attended the knife sale at Kansas City, Mrs. Franz Mark and Dale Lamar, Mo., Tuesday until homes of Mrs. ness, Alex BroWn Fitzgerald. Sunday and Mrs. family were Herb and Mark of Philippi of Jacobsen and Mr. Clarus Whithorn o fl Sunday and Mrs. family were Mr Warren Hall of The annual meeting of the was Monday one of the few school still having Sunday afternOo Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Humbert of Mr. and Mrs. Cartney and Mr. Archie Melvin dinner guests of J.O. McCartney's were Mr. Cartney and and Kim Gleason This and .80 Mr. and of Manhattan Mrs. Myron Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. spent from Sunday in SioUX visiting Mr. and Farrand and their who has Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Superior were supper guests of Dale Crispin. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. and Heidi were guests at the Mr. and visited Saturday with Mr. and Springer and Phillipsburg. . Mrs. Jim Healey Ella Summers. Mart, Ruff the Valley Mr. and Mrs. ' are staying children, Hurd, in parents, Mr. Hurd, are in is in a Denver Mr. and MrS. and Heidi and Paul Rathbun with Mrs. Admire. Kan. were SundaY guests at the home. Mr. and and Mrs. Pamela Jo FrU Millard sundaY day at the Mr. and Mrs. sons at the Edwin Mrs. Don Marvin in Salina with He is Mr. and Mrs. family of sutton Crispin were evening blsrvin Over 20 Years A service for control of Termites, Ant=, Silverfi=h, Spider=, Mice, Bees and others. 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