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aA THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 28, 1973 SA Led by Kent Kottmeyer's Whitaker, J. ss shutout pitching, the Superior Swieczkowski, T. rf Midgets shelled the Harvard llarvard Midgets 10-0 in the first game of Samuelson, B. ss a doubleheader Friday evening. Keller, M. 2b Kottmeyer scattered three hits Heven, D. p in picking up his first win of the Applcbee, S. 3b season. Wayne Brown supplied Poppe, S. lb the hitting punch with a home Dunsworth, D. lb run over the left field fence. Smith, L. rf Superior AB R H Johnson, T. rf Rempe, D, cf 100 121 201 20O 200 200 200 000 200 000 200 Pleasant View News rvard, Community Church in Fair- field. Mrs. Kenneth Adams and Hardy Wednesday evening atJason visited Bessie and Hardy and will have home Rolland Adams Sunday. games next Friday, Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Monday. Hebron's Juniors and Harrington and Nathan had Midgets come for a game these guests for a brithday Friday evening. Sunday is a picnic for Jared's sixth birth- Junior's league battle withq day. Those attending were Nelson and Monday the Juniors Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, and Midgets go against Geneva Mr. and Mrs. Harry at home. Harrington, Mrs. Laura By Home Improvement Mrs. Kenneth Adams and Mrs. John Duey attended a bridal shower for Sherry Coxbill Saturday afternoon at the Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Ward 2 2 1 Dixon, G. ef L A Stansbury and Galen, Mr. and Grabast, B. cf 0 0 Wilson, B. If 2 1 1 Mrs. Jack Gillian and daughter, Barfknecht, L,2b 2 0 0 Hansen, D. lf 0 0 0 HEALTH andMr, andMrs. HaroldStruss Lewis, S. 2b 1 0 0 Leichleter, L. c 1 0 0 Dixie of Juanita. Cindy Ruttman was a Friday Frerichs, M. ss 30 ~ Line Score Ti P and Elders, D. rf 1 Harvard 001 00 1 dinner guest of Pat Ruhga. Rempe, J. rf I 0 Superior 331 04 II ~ nm wM,~ct Siebecker, S. 3b 1 2 1 A gallant comeback try fell~rA~l umm~. Meoa~rmm Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson, Karen, Mark, and Shelly Bargen, S.3b 1 1 1 onerunshortSundayeveningas The Nebraska Medical Thayer were at the Lynn Madsen, K. lb 102 0 Smith Center s Juniors defeated Association points out that Thayer home Friday for Mark s Slmonson, L. lb the Superior Juniors 9-8. many things contribute to an second birthday. Kottmeyer, K. p 2 1 0Superior sent 10 men to the accident, and there are usually Mrs. Boyd Jones and Gwen Rou, M. If 1 0 plate in scoring six times in the many "human" factors behind were in Omaha Wednesday on tiiatt, K. If 1 0 0 top of the seventh inning but it most farm accidents, business and visited Christina 1 wasn't enough to overcome the No safety consultant comes Corman on the way home. Brown, W. c 12 0 Johansen, J.c 0 home team's advantage, out to help the farmer, as in Laura Stansbury visited Harvard Shoddy defensive play by industry. The farm family is Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stett, u 220 0 Superior opened the gates for responsible for its own farm Harry Harrington. l Smith Center to pile up their safety. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans Yost,Jhnsn'lb p 2 0 1 lead. Rick Swanson pitched well Some of the factors that cause and Jim attended a birthday 0 0 but unearned runs tagged him farm accidents include: picnic Saturday evening in Grote, 3b : o 1 with his second loss. fatigue, anger, lack of skill or honor of Mrs. Craig Oltmans. Laue, If Fltzke, c : 000 Superior AB R H knowledge, hur/'y, boredom, Guests attending were Mr. and Haseloh,2b 0 Epke, N. 3b 2 1 0 unrecognized limiatations of Mrs. Oltmans, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, cf 2 0 0 Christiancy, K. If 2 1 0 age of physical ability, low Alvin Epley, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Barnett, rf 2 0 0 Conger, M. cf 4 0 0 blood sugar, natural elements Epley and Ethan, Mr. and Mrs. Line Score Garrels, B. c 3 1 0 such as extreme heat and cold, Wayne Miller and family of Harvard 000 00 0 Swanson, R.p 3 2 0 procrastination in fixing Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Superior 144 01 10 Worden, P. lb 3 2 2 hazards, failing to train Gerbeling, Mr. and Mrs. Bill In the second game Friday,Jackson, J. ss 4 0 3 children or anticipating Kottmeyer and Mark, Sharon the Superior Juniors belted Druba, R. 2b 2 0 0 behavior, pace, and a general Bargen, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harvard's Juniors 11-1 in a Whitaker, J.2b 2 0 0 negative attitudetowardsafety. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John game called after five innings Swieczkowski, T, rf 3 1 1 Many accidents happen Oltman and Mr. and Mrs. Dale because of the 10-run rule. First Smith Center because of a "It cannot happen Frahm and family. and second inning splurges of Schroeder, cf 2 3 1 to me" attitude. Farm life is Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert three allowed Superior to coast King, 2b 4 .01 complete with hazards thatwere Father's Day dinner home with the win. Mark Wiehl, ss 3 1 0 must be taken into con- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Conger struck out 11 and gave Hommon, p 4 1 1 sideration to avoid accidents. Alberts, Steve and Carol of ~ponly two hits in gaining the Timmons, lb 3 0 0 The tractor is involved in the Grand Island. ctory. Hardman, c 4 1 1 most injury-producing ac- Wednesday evening Mr. and Superior AB R H Jacobs, If 3 1 0 cidents, though it is con-Mrs. Art Frey visited Mr. and Epke, N. lf 2 2 0 Merritt,3b 3 1 0 siderably safer than several Mrs. Henry Malpert. Christiancy, K. cf3 1 1 Paget, rf 3 1 2 other machines such as theMr. and Mrs. Ras Hansen and Conger, M.p 2 1 1 Line Score cornpicker, baler, and combine. Mark Godding were Friday Garrels, B. c 2 1 1 Superior 005 200 68 Use common sense with all evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Swanson, 2 0 0 Smith Center 120 105 x9 farm machinery including the Henry Malpert. Worden, P. lb 1 2 1 Both the Midgets and Juniors tractor. Keep your keys out of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rowley and Jackson, J.3b 3 1 1 are in the busy part of their reach of children. Use the family of Superior visited Druba, R. 21) 1 1 0 schedules. They played Ruskin- guards provided Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour Two area players will report for KSC football and family haddinner Sunday Two area high school football Kearney State College. Supar|or was a member of the with Mrs. Mary Mazour. Last week Mr. and Mrs. stars, Bruce Garrels and Scott Davenport's Scott Albrecht, 5- Mid-Nebraska conference Duane Ehlers and family spent : Albrecht, areamongltheu 48 high 8, 175 pounds, was twice named team. the weekend at Lynch w~th Mrs. school football players who will to the all-state team. Bruce Brightly painted lattice can Gladys Gallop and attended the reporting for fall practice at Garreis, 6-1, ~ pounds, from spruce up a proch or entry wall. alumni banquet there. Guests in the Duane Ehlers home from Thursday u~il ,. Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baker and Shelia and Mrs. Grace Crooks of Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crooks and family of Santiago, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Johnson of Red Cloud. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wegand and family of Auburn, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Sorensen of Orange, Calif., visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Frey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drudik and Mr. and Mrs. Art Frey went to Fairfield Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Frey's new home and then returned to the Frey home for lunch. Laura Karmazin was a supper guest of Peggy Porter to honor Peggy on her birthday Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brenn- foeder and daughters of Joplin, Mo., were Sunday supper and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ruhga and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Nejezchleb of Hastings were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Meyer spent Sunday with Mrs. Frieda Meyer at Beaver Crossing. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- reacher and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Walt Uhrmacher at Tecumseh, Neb. Sunday afternoon. Patty Mazour visited Wed- nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhrmacher and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whiteley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rainforth and family at North Loup. They attended the Valley County Centennial dance at Elyria Saturday evening. Sunday they attended the 4-H horse show at Spalding where Phil and Lori Rainforth took part in the show. Mrs. Henry Malpert and Wilma Damoude and other members of the Busy Bee Club entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer with a lunch and gifts for their 45th anniversary at the nursing home Wednesday af- ternoon. Pare and Mrs. Raymund Statz attended the freshman orientation Tuesday at Kearney College. Mrs. Hazel Statz celebrated her birthday Wednesday at the Raymund Statz home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Hattan and family of Fremont, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Woodside and family of Cozad and Mr. and Mrs. Raymund Statz, Paul and THE TENTH annual Doane Basketball school opened June 24 with five NuckollS players among the 70 in attendance. From left are Jerry Kochler, Clay Center; and Peterson, Kerry Corman, Ken Pedersen, Bruce Kaldahl and Jeff Edwards, all of Hardy. Pam were Sunday dinner guests home at Moses Lake, Wash., of Mrs. Hazel Statz. Monday. Mrs. Raymund Statz visited Mrs. Zoe Farrand Saturday morning. Mrs. Roza Corman of Davenport was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones. Gwen Jones spent the weekend with Lloyd Porter at Sumner, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Elsasser and daughters of Columbus, Jim Rilling and Dawn Soulek were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- reacher and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mazour were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ruhga and Pat. Denise Damoude of West Point spent the weekend with Wilma Damoude. She is also a Girl Scout counselor for three weeks at the Nelson camp. Wilma Damoude and Dennise Damoude spent Sunday with Wilma Damoude left May 20 for Baker, Mont., to attend the wedding of her daughter, Betty Damoude, which was June 9. Mrs. Damoude returned June 13. Richard Mueller of Fort Monmouth, N.J., arrived Friday evening for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Dale Swan- strom, and family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mueller and daughters met him at Lincoln. Mrs. Carl Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swan- strom and family took Richard to meet his plane Sunday at Omaha. On their return they stopped in Omaha to visit Debbie Bargen and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen. Debbie is recovering from open heart surgery at Bishop Clarkson Hospital. She was happy and planning to be dismissed this week. Wilma Damoude entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krabel and 12 ladies and eight children family at Hastings. Julie Krabel Monday morning, honoring came with her grandmother for Mrs. Bill Piper and family. a week's visit. Saturday supper guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corman and Greg of Burlington, Colo., were Sunday afternoon visitors and Iunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Jones and Mrs. Roza Corman. Wilrpa Damoude visited with Grace Whiteley Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swan- strom and family left for their and Mrs. Carl Mueller were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mueller and family of Bladen, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mueller of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swanstrom and family of Moses Lake, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mueller and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller and son and S-PS Richard Mueller of New Jersey. This editor was proximately on the lawn School House Cloud Sunday observe At 86 years of ! reporter for the Tribune as he hours each week, leave Hastings special occasionS At the age Dwyer decided quit workinl and started daily newspaper. In the 11 thousands of Tribune come to call of their best brightened by with th( a weekly The Game, Parks ( Nebraska Game Commission) was 1929. Prior to that c,nservation was under the State Agr iculture :_.......~ It's much money than to = ] Swim-a-thon-9 a.m. Watch the boys and girls swim laps they've sold for equipment at the swimming pool. Swim Meet-1 Boys and girls in age division 9 to 11, 12 to 14 and 15 to 18 will compete in the following events: medley relays, free style, back stroke, breast stroke, butterfly, individual medley and diving competition. Trophies to be awarded for out. standing swimmer and outstanding diver. Ribbons will be awarded for winners in each event. I l Ill l l fill l l II l l l I I lllll l Booths and Country Store Opens After Flag Raising Items such as baked .goods, white elephants, comic books and etc., would be , appreciated. Bring them any time on the 4th of July or leave them in the Chamber of Commerce office before the 4th of July. Please no used clothing. II I I Ill II I I I Ill I I I I Assisted By Flag Raising-11 a.m. At Anderson War Memorial Boy Scouts ................ Raising of Colors Rev. A. J. Kleinsasser .......... Invocation Sam Seever .......................... Address National Anthem Music Will Be, Provided in th( Concessions Open 11:15-5:00 p.m. Hot dogs, sloppy joes, snow cones, popcorn, ice cold drinks and etc. Sponsored By Mrs. Jaycees )e Box Social-5" O p.m. Ladies please bring a decorated box containing a pi, supper and service for two to the band shell between 5:30 p.m. At 5:30 these boxes wi ll be auctioned to the The man will then share .this supper with the woman brought it. Iced tea and coffee will be provided free. For each child please bring a decorated box c( supper and service for one. These boxes will then be a tioned with each child buying his supper. There will be limit on each box. Only children who bring boxes ca participate. Races and Prizes Will Be Awarded To Winners Of All Events Noon 3 legged race, gunny sack race ]:30 p.m. Pie baking contest for ladies. PleaSe bring pie to the band shell between 12:30 and 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.Horse shoe pitching contest 2:00 p.m. Pie eating contest for all men years of age and over 2:30 p.m.Tag teams I: 00 p.m.Water fight on 6th street south Of the park by the Superior fire depart" ment. Immediately following, the swimmers at the pool will have a junior water fight. Trophey will be awarded by chief. 3:30 p.m. Water melon eating contest for a!l children ]4 years and under 4:00 p.m. Tug of war (all ages) 4:30 p.m. Stretcher race for men--TeamS o! five men are needed. Don't be afra l to get wet. Chamber of Commerce and Superior Firemen