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Singers July 20 singers College in will present a United at 8 p.m., 20. and exciting a variety contemporary The group is students from a United with 900 31 states and countries. group are more than states. At Picnic O. F. Crispin family picnic at evening, present were Mr. Webber and Mr. and Mrs. and family of ., Mrs. Lewis Alvin and Mrs. of Monteca, Mr. and Mr. and and Dale Aid uly 6 Aid met July and one The hymn, Savior" was a prayer for was your two dimes a quarter led the orld In His Wortman was Gunn / Will Attend Teen Conference Cindy Wulf, a Superior High School student, will attend the National Teen Organization conference at Barat College, Lake Forest, Ill., Aug. 11-14. The trip is sponsored by the Superior Y-Teens and the Consultant's Fund. Six priority areas, drug education, housing, in- ternational youth, involvement, peace and the women's role will be studied. TOPS Club Names Winners, Losers Nebraska TOPS No. 210 of Superior had four best losers for June. They were Mrs. Don Fintel, Mrs. Albert Jorgensen, Mrs. Elmer Rempe and Mrs. Daryl Allington. Mrs. Allington won the tie- breaking draw. The tie was between she, Mrs. Martin Spring, Mrs. Jim Grisham, Mrs. Harry Webber and Mrs. Glen Andreasen. Mrs. Robert Frahm won the individual contest. Mrs. Spring and Mrs. Webber tied for best losers for the past six months and were presented a TOPS key chain. Mrs. Robert Frahm was presented a charm for 12 weeks with no gain. KOPS quarters were won by Mrs. Rempe, twice," Mrs. Norman Smith and Mrs. Allington. Best loser of the month was Mrs. Fintel. KOPS dollars were won by honored Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Allington, birthday Patty and Betty afternoon in home. They on her fifth were and reunion Lincoln Sunday July guests Mrs. Allen and Christine Mrs. Clinton Kevin of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and N.J.,Mr. Haney, Renee' of Big Mr. and Mrs. Gregory and Neb., Mr. and Neb., Mrs. Ln and Jon Mr. and Mrs. and Smith Kan., Kan., of Hoxie, Mrs. Alfred Formose, Kan., and Mr. Sandusky of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Becky of , and Mrs. Howard ad Jill of Hardy, Marvin Banks, Mr. and Mrs. and Nathan and Iflfff Banks of welcome home in honor of at the home of and Mrs. Max evening. ng the summer and Sherryl Others Linda Noren, and Christy Mr. and William Johnson, Roy ahd Wayne ,ia Versary Meyer of Saturday of Mr. and of san Ber- !., who were ruth wedding enjoying a and home- besides the were Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. land Mr. and Jason Mrs. Ernest Andreasen and Mrs. Exal Zoltenko. The winning team of the recent contest was entertained by the losing team at a low calorie picnic at City Park on July 2. Mrs. Broyles Feted At Birthday Coffee Mrs. Eleanor Crispin en- tertained at acoffee at the lake Friday morning in honor of Mrs. Verlan Broyles' birthday. Those present were Mrs. Broyles, Mrs. W. W. Gunn, Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mrs. Eleanor Crispin, Mrs. Marvin Webber, Mrs. Anna R. Graham, Mrs. Leslie Jensby, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mrs. Jim Purcell and children, Mrs. Lawrence Both- well and children and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. Shower Honors Julie Sankey Julie Sankey, bride-elect of Bill Collins, Superior, was guest of honor at a pottery shower last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Tuley. Debora and Lois Ann Tuley were hostesses. The bride's chosen colors of lavender and blue were featured in the decorations. Cheryl Carlgren, Norway, accompanied by Mrs. Glen Loring, Scandia, presented several musical selections pertaining to Julie's life. Guests were Mrs. Norman Sankey and Jill, mother and sister of the bride, the groom's mother, Mrs. Wayne Collins, Superior, grandmothers, Mrs. George Larson, Scandia and Mrs. John Sankey, Mrs. boweu Chellberg, Silver Lake, Mrs. Richard Raney, Hays, Mrs. Ron Springer, Superior, Mrs. Don Larson, Mrs. Richard Larson, Mrs. Robert Larson and Brenda of Scandia, Mrs. Don Sankey, Mrs. C. E. McClure, Mrs. Jess McMannama, Mrs. Mike McClure, Mrs. Elden Evert, Mrs. L. W. McClure, Mrs. Bill Roe and Becky, Miss Pat Gunn and Miss Karla Tuley. Luncheon Tuesday For Mrs. Dudley Mrs. Carl Washington en- tertained at a luncheon last Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Marvin Dudley, the former Edith Washington, of Portland, Ore. Guests were Mrs. John Scorggin, Mrs. W. A. Schumacher and Mrs. Ray Lowery of Oak, Mrs. Virgil Lowery and Mrs. Arthur Sykes of Davenport, Mrs. Oscar Blltoft of Nora and Mrs. Donald Atonham of Deshler. Mr. and Mrs. Washington and Mrs. Dudley also visited their sister, Mrs. Ray Gillett, at Wahoo and with their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Washington, at Hardy. Mrs. Dudley left Monday for her home after spending three weeks in the Washington home. Scharlotte Kraus, Douglas Nutt Imler, Petersen Are Engaged Mrs. Robert Kraus of Vows Saturday Superior announces the engagement of her daughter, Scharlotte Ann Kraus, to Douglas Mark Nutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nutt of Lincoln. Miss Kraus is also the daughter of the late Robert Kraus. Miss Kraus was graduated from Superior High School in 1971. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kraus of Enid, Okla., and of Mrs. J. H. Arnold of Norman, Okla. Mr. Nutt, was graduated from Lincoln South East high school and attended Fairbury Junior College. He will be a student at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln this fall. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Nutt of Castana, Iowa, and of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dale of Council Bluffs, Iowa. An August wedding is being planned. Shower Honors Peggy Pettigrew Miss Peggy Pettigrew was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the Security National Bank community room. The lS guests present played several games after which the bride-to-be opened her gifts. Refreshments were served by Jan Braun of Lincoln and Mrs. Harold Braun, the hostesses. Personal Shower For Miss Hansen Miss Patricia Hansen was honored on Saturday evening, when High School classmates hosted a personal shower for her at the Hartley Petersen home at Ruskin. Attending in addition to the honoree and her classmates, were her mother, sister, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold Hansen and Carol and Mrs. Richard Hansen. Refreshments of ice cream, cookies and punch were served. Mrs. Fintel Hosts Know-thy- Neighbors Mrs. Gus Fintel entertained the Know-Thy-Neighbor Club last Wednesday. Twelve members and visitors, Mrs. Roland Dethloff, Mrs. Ralph Springer, sandra Wulf, Lori Joe, Lee and Jeramie Fintel were present. For roll call the members told how they spent the Fourth of July. After the meeting, a social afternoon was enjoyed. Lunch was served. Mrs. A1 Alford will host the next meeting, Aug. 20. BPW Members Have. A Noon Luncheon Twelve Business and Professional Women attended the noon luncheon at the Leslie Hotel Monday. A short program was presented by Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mrs. Henry Wayman and Mrs. E. B. Jantz. Plans were discussed for the National convention which will be held at Atlantic City, N.J. Miss Margene Shuck will attend as a delegate from the Superior Club. The next meeting will be Aug. 14. Mrs. _Lloyd Maxwell, Mrs. Ed Chard and Miss Shuck will be in charge of the program. Mrs. John G. Imler and Janet Imler, both of Nelson, went to Norfolk Saturday to attend the wedding of Miss Karen Ann Petersen and James R. Imler at 2:00 p.m., at The First United Methodist Church in Norfolk. Gretchen Imler also attended the wedding; she flew to Nor- folk from her summer em- ployment in Remer, Minn. Mrs. Jaycees Met Monday The Superior Mrs. Jaycees met Monday at the home of Mrs. Roger Vergo with Mrs. Richard Sullivan and Mrs. Dick Rempe as hostesses. Work was begun on decorations for the style show. Mrs. Jim Johnson reported on progress of the park project. Work will begin soon on Santa Claus Land. Mrs. Kenny Rhea and Mrs. Sullivan will host bingo at the Good Samaritan Center this week. Mrs. Sullivan asked for help in serving a buffet for the fifth- year class reunion on July 29. Mrs. John Price reminded everyone that the Bloodmobile will be Aug. 29. Karen Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Petersen of Norfolk and recently graduated from the University of Nebraska with high distinction in mathematics. James is the son of Mrs. John G. Imler and the late Mr. Imler of Nelson. He also is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and is studying biochemistry. The newly married couple will make their home in Lincoln. Local News Surprise For Linda Verier Linda Vetter of Davenport was honored at a surprise birth- day party at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Holtzen Saturday af- ternoon. Twelve guests were present. After she opened her gifts, refreshments were ser- ved. Sunday afternoon friends and relatives honored her at an open house at her home and helped her celebrate her birthday. Hardy Women Honor Senior Members The Women's Christian Union of the Hardy Union Church will honor their senior members with a salad luncheon at 12:30 noon on July 20. Thelma Mickelsen, hostess chairman, urges all members, other than the honored members, to bring salad which may be shared with others at a buffet table. Rolls and drink will be furnished. Mrs. James Calder will present devotions and Mrs. Bill Corman is in charge of the program. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Higer were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Comstock of Hemet, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. John Willsey of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Dunn of Worland, Wyo. Pfc. John Myers of Camp Lejeune, N.C., visited her three days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Myers, and family. He leaves for Cuba, July 13. Mrs. Richard McClenahan, the former Connie Snavely, was dismissed Sunday afternoon from the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Mrs. McClenahan has been hospitalized two weeks. She suffered a blood clot which lodged in the lungs. Mrs. Myrtle Perry of Los Angeles has been visiting in the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kirk and Deanna were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Myers and family, John Myers, Everett Myers of Hastings, Patty Miller and Kathy of Kearney. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Ray Myers of Hastings and Carol Myers of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dederman have returned Mrs. John Klingenberger to her home in Superior after a two-week stay in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dederman of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. John Klingenberger visited Mr. Orville Wittlake and Chester and Mrs. Dean Ellner of Hays, Stuck homes the past two Kan., last week. weeks. They went to Abilene Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Clara Shirk. Mrs. Perry plans to return to. her home this week by train from Newton, Kan. Mrs. Myrtle Perry of Los Angeles and Mrs. Chester Stuck visited Mrs. Edith Kightlinger at Villa Grace Good samaritan Home in Hastings Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gotheridge of Hastings were guests in the Chester Stuck home Thursday evening. Sgt. James Robert Feess returned last Thursday from Vietnam and visited Mrs. Leona Rust and other relatives here before going to Lincoln to visit his mother and sister. Guests of Mrs. Albert Petersen this week were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petersen and Sharon of Lafayette, Calif. They left Tuesday morning to go to Denver to visit in the Clint Petersen home before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin of Grant Green stopped in the Maridian, Idaho, and Mrs. Fern office Monday to tell us he and Stevens of Lincoln visited last in the homes of Mrs. A. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham and Barbara of Salina were weekend guests of Mrs. Anna Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mike Hare. his wife would be going to Huntly, Wyo., Thursday to visit their daughler and family. He and Mrs. Green had spent part of the winter in Florida. Their home is in Kansas City. They were former Superior residents for 83 years. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Arnold - and family of Nebraska City Kay Thompsen of Sioux Falls visited from Thursday until has returned home after Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy visiting her parents, Mr. and Fullerton and family. Mrs. Howard Thompsen, and making a trip with them through the Ozarks. She also visited her drama instructor, Henry Blanke, jr., at Brown- ville. Mrs. David Kipp (the former Jane Chambers), Troy and Dean of Dickinson, N.D., were guests last week of Clara Mae Chambers and attended the funeral of Mrs. Lillie Cham- bers. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thieme and family of Lakewood, Colo., returned to their home Tuesday after visiting in the homes of Mrs. Alvina Thieme, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonsen and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortensen. Mrs. Allen Harriger and Mrs. A. R. Kissinger were in Fair- bury Monday and visited in the Martin Bausch home. A large iron pot used first to scald hogs for butchering in Sutton has passed on to dif- ferent hands for different uses. It has been used to melt lead at the Sutton News office, as a flower pot by H. C. King, and is now being used as a night crawler haven by G. A. Un terseber. He says they do quit well kept in coffee grounds in the pot'. Why worry about war, or pollution, if you don't worry about automobile accidents. JUST BECAUSE you have a motorcycle doesn't mean your dog and son can't go along for the ride as this rider at Lovewell Lake iwoves. Express Photo The Superior Express, sub- scription rates $5.00 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere in the United States. Ten cents per single copy. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, Inc., at 148 East Third . Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. GRETCHEN IMLER College of Fine Arts With Distinction Phi Beta Kappa University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska Daughter of Mrs. ,John Imier Nelson, Nebraska / DAVID ROBINSON Bachelor of Science In Chemistry University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska Son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robinson Superior, Nebraska Dance..... Saturday, July 15 The Troubadours 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eagles Club GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME Saturday, July 15 9 p.m. to 1 o.m. Dance To The Music of Salt Creek Play Boys V. F.W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Thursday, July 13, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A ": July 8--Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sample, Superior. July 9--Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Fraley, Superior. July 10--Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kimminau, Superior. Admitted: Mrs. Camilla Matthews, Superior; Mrs. Robert Fuller, Fairfield; Mrs. Ray Sharp, Superior; Kristie Farver, Nelson; Otto Runge, Nelson; Mrs. Clayton Corman, Oak;  Lloyd Mills, Superior; Raymond Oldham, Superior; Paul Huelhoerst, Superior; Doshia Kesterson, Superior; Mrs. Richard Wilton, Superior; Don Willett, Superior; Fred Romig, Superior; Mrs. Mary Cook, Superior; Mrs. Dorothy Seever, Superior; Mrs. Joe Train, Hardy; John Duey, Davenport. New Residents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sanders and family of McCook have moved to 354 Kansas. Mr. Sanders is employed by the Bureau of Reclamation. They have five children: Dale, 11, Glenda, nine, Susan, seven, Linda Jo, three and a half, and Lisa, two. Ragene Darling returned home Saturday after attending summer school in Sioux Falls South Dakota for five weeks. Soil Conservation District Notes Summer and early (all months are ideal months to install conservation practices to the land. There are several reasons for this, such as drier soil conditions and less runoff due to more ground cover. The soil thus moves easier and construction cost will be down. It also gives the newly con- structed site a chance to lay over winter and thus make soil more mellow or easier to work- Therefore, if you have any wheat stubbles or idle acres that need practices applied to them such as a terrace to stop downhill erosion and to be used as a guide for contour farming, a small ditch to be shaped up and made into a grass water- way or a dam to be built to stop erosion or control excess runoff, "now is the time to act." Assistance from Government The government will stand for some of the construcion cost of these permanent conservation practices, because of there wide reaching benefits. They not only 00mmm Dr. and Mrs. Dale Clyde of San Antonio Texas, are the parents of a son, Damon William, born July 3. He weighed eight pounds, four ounces. He has a sister, Melissa Ann, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clyde of Superior and Harlan Shumaker of Anamosa, Iowa, are grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer K. Swisher of Salina, Kan., an- nounce the birth of a daughter, Angels Nicole, born June 22. Mrs. Swisher is the former Jean Persinger of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Swisher have another daughter, Gins Danette, two years old. Grandparents are Harold Persinger of Bavaria, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Swisher of Gypsum, Kan. Edna Roper of Hardy is a great grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Delka of Grand Island are the parents of a girl, Lynette Marie, born July 5, Mrs. Harold Deika of Beret- wick is a grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Striggow have adopted two children, Troy Lynn, 10, and Kellie Marie, eight. They came to the Striggow home last Friday. The Striggows have two other children, Doug, eight, and Melissa, five. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Combs have adopted a baby daughter born July 6. She weighed six pounds and has been named Larisa May. She has a brother, Michael, three. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pettit of Lubbock, Texas, are the parents of a son, Scott Edward, born June 26. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit and Mr and Mrs. Antonia Gutierrez of Brownsville, Texas, are his grandparents. A daughter, Polly Allyson, was born July 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Miller of Basset, Neb. Mrs. Miller is the former Jean Pearson. Polly Allyson was born at the hospital in Bammtt and weighed eight pounds, one ounce. She is welcomed home by one sister, Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Pearson of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Miller of Hebron are grandparents. Mrs. Ray Berkey of Grand Island, Esther Pearson of Davenport, Earl Miller of Shickiey and Mrs. benefit the individual land Marler of Idaho are great owner but many of his neigh-grandparents. bors and fellow Americans as well. Had Surgery Cost aharing is available Mr. and Mrs. Leslie through the rural en-Suchsland and their two-year- vironmental assistance old daughter, Tricia, returned program (REAP) administered home from Omaha last Friday by ASCS, or the Great Plains evening. Tricia had surgery at conservation program ad- the Omaha medical center last ministered by SCS. Wednesday. L Now Thru Saturday [ Admission Adults $1.50 Children 75c RAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURNI 6REATEST RMIff ENTERTAINMENT OF ALL CECIL B. DcMILLE'S.=,.THE TEN COMMANDMENTS E's; I Chamber of Commerce Free Show Thursday 2: 00 "RAILWAY CHILDREN" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Don't Miss This One MATINEE, $ATU RDA't and SUNDAY ...... 2:00 EVERY NITE BOX