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61st Mrs. Mads their 61st anniversary last guests were Warneking Mrs. Pete Block. Saturday were Hans Christensen ~ad Alfred Hanson of Saturday, Aug. 4 North West Country Club annual family, picnic at Superior City Park, 6:30 p.m. Bring picnic supper; club furnishes ice cream and drink. Monday, Aug 6 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at Legion Hall at 8 p.m. coffee guests Mrs. Warneking. YOU ARE INVITED lrs. Christensen on July 27 1912, Church east of church was later Miscellaneous Shower and is now )f Nazarene. Mrs. the former Anna Art A miscellaneous shower will be held in Fellowship Hall at Hardy Saturday, Aug. 4 2:30 p.m., for Mrs. Lyle Delka. All ladies of the community are invited, lc Art Guild met the Methodist Unit. Eleven present. shortbusiness painted. and Mrs. new members. the Guild plans Jewell, a artist, to program. Guest from Courtland Members may recently at- at the home Andres at they learned School Reunion Fairview School, District 61, located in Pawnee Township, Smith County, Kansas, will hold its reunion Sunday, Aug. 5, at noon in the community Hall in Smith Center. All former teachers, students and patrons are cordially invited. Please bring a basket dinner and table service. Tea and coffee will be served. A program will follow the dinner, lc Community Shower There will be a community shower in Fellowship Hall Friday, Aug. 10, 8 p.m. for Mr, and Mrs. Ron Glebe. Mrs. Glebe is the former Carla Steier. EwrTone is invited, le Mooberry told made by Betty print maker at are on l ltansen's art class subjects at permitting. Petersen and of Hardy Alfred Ross of the annual art County Bank in 21. Demon- were shown have sold Past few weeks. Y e )s Albert Korthals, of Victoria, Monday to ~t Mr. and PEGGY FEREIIEE graduated from Ben Your Hairdresser School of Cosmetology in September ]972. She went on to receive her training as an instructor, graduating June 2. She is presently teaching at Ben's. They visited Lemon and enroute to evening Mr. Bagley and Kan., evening dinner Association, were two of the and Mrs. Earl more than 200 delegates who and Mrs. Jim took part in the Nebraska State and Mike of Education Association (NSEA) Schlamann and Rutter at NSEA Conference Miss Esther Schlamann and Mark Rutter, representing the Superior Education service center director Roy D. Clark has been ap- pointed as Director of the Kansas City Service Center. Clark, a native of Superior, comes to Kansas City from Chicago where he was the Assistant Regionl Com- missioner for Administration in the Midwest Regional Office. He is a career Internal Revenue Service employee, joining IRS in 1951 shortly after graduating from Nebraska Wesleyan University with a BA. degree, with honors, in Government. He also attended the University of California. Clark succeeds Arnold $. Dreyer as KCSC Director. Dreyer recently retired after nearly 35 years of IRS service. The Kansas City Service Center processes approximately 11 million tax returns and receives about 27 billion dollars annually from taxpayers in Missouri Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. After joining IRS in 1951, where he was employed in the National Office in Washington, D.C. Clark served in Omaha, Chicago, and Los Angles. In 1970 he was promoted to the post of Assistant Regional Commissioner for Data Processing in San Francisco, a position he held for two years until returning to the Midwest Region in March 1972 as Assistant Regional Com- missioner for Administration. He recently graduated from the IRS Executive Development Program. This program is one m which officials who demonstrate executive potential receive specialized training in preparation for higher level appointments. He is married to the former Dorothy M. Williams of Omaha. They have two sons, Jan, 14, and Jeffrey, 11. Neq,v$ . . r* Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen and Mrs. Cora Jensen are planning to attend the J. C. Fredricksen decendents family picnic at Prospect Park in Hastings Sunday. This is an annual affair. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hammett were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burge and family left for their home at Salem, Mo., Saturday aRer visiting at the homes of their parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burge and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spring, and with other relatives here. Bruce Harper of Cheyenne, Wyo., came Monday to visit a few weeks at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burge. Pamela Sue Simonsen was among about 1,200 future students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who attended a summer orientation program on the campus between June 5 and July 12. Mr. and Mrs. 22nd annual Leadership Con- Colo., a former pastor in and Sheryl of ference at Chadron State Superior. They stopped at the Mr. and Mrs. College, July 27 through July 29. Grand Canyon in Arizona and Prime interest at the con-stayed several days in the home all of the ference centered on making the of Mrs. Laura Rubidauz at and Mrs. A.W. individual teacher and the local Colton, Calif., an aunt of Mrs. Norton, Kan., to education association a more Bruning. One day was spent at services where complete and vital member of Disneyland. Enroute home they Wilton is pastor the Wilson family went a week's Hull will be a Earl and homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bruning and sons have returned from a two week's camping trip to Los Angles, Calif. Along the way they visited the Great Sand Dunes and Mesa Verdes in Colorado and also with Rev. Lloyd Mohnkern at Cortez, the community. Public went to Las Vegas and Hoover relations, negotiations and Dam. The third week of their political action were among the vacation they were at the home major topics, of Mr. Bruning's sister, Mrs. The NSEA is the largest Alvin Niemeyer, at Lincoln. professional organization in the They returned home Sunday state with over 19,100 members, night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trout of Burbank, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson Tuesday evening. Miss Marlene Meyer has returned to Lincoln aRer a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer, and with her sister, Mrs. Jim Pursell, and family. She is employed as a secretary for Flemming Company. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Applegate were their daughter, Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Monty Marker of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Uhrmacher of Merna, Neb. Mrs. Olga Weir returned home Saturday from Wyoming. She visited her niece, Mrs. Gilbert Benson, and family at Torrington, and with her son, Clarke Weir, and family and with her daughter, Mrs. Casey Wonka, Mr. Wonka and Jennie at Laramie. Mrs. Dorothy Soever met her at Grand Island Friday. Mrs. Weir was away two weeks. A reception was held in the Fairfield park Sunday af- ternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank Hoins and family. All 11 children and their husbands, wives and children, totaling 60, were in attendance with the exception of one grandson, Tom Dilsaver, who is stationed overseas. Several relatives and friends from Superior, Nelson and Guide Rock visited them Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruth Jurgensen of Oklahoma City, Okla., was a guest of Mrs. Fern Laird last week. Saturday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray. Evening visitors were Darrel Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ray of York. Local News... Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDill of Mankato were Thursday evening guests of Mr." and Mrs. W. W. Gunn. Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Lawson of Penalosa, Kan., were Wed- nesday visitors. Other guests last week were Benton McKinney, who is visiting here from California, and Paul Edwards of Superior. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Sophie Meyer were Mrs. Marie Wall of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock and Bruce Stiles. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Powell of LaCenter, Ky., were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhoads and family. The men were army buddies. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen have arrived home from a three weeks' vacation to Idaho and Oregon. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harr and family and made the acquaintance of their grand- daughter, Dannelle Jeen, who was born April 27, at Caldwell. While at Silverton, Ore., they visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davenport and at Salem in the Harvey Jacobsen home. Mrs. Davenport is Mr. Jacobsen's sister and Harvey is his brother. Enroute home, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobsen camped for four days at Bear Lake, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. John McClusky, Annelisa and Patrick of Roanoke, Va., came Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Pete Anderson. They plan to leave Friday. Mrs. Ray Hunter of Superior, Mrs. Henry Wehrman, jr., and Van of Nelson and Miss Josephine Bandy of Broken Bow attended the Children of American Revolutionary Great Plans Regional meeting at St. Mary's Episcipal School for Indian Girls at Spring field, S.D., the latter part of July. Mrs. Hunter attended as DAR state regent and Mrs. Wehrman as senior state president of CAR and state chairman of CAR work in DAR. Miss Bandy is state chairman of American Indians. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer, Ronnie and Bruce have returned from a three-week vacation, visiting in California. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Vader at Willows, Calif. several days and visited Dis~eyland and other points of interest. Guests of Mrs. D. C. Latham last week were her son, Dennis, of Arvada, Colo., and her granddaughter, Tresa Beckius, of Hayward, Calif. Dennis is owner of a shoe store in Lakewood, Colo. Tresa also visited with her other grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Be kius. A guest of Mrs. Latham over the weekend was Carol Latham of Columbus, Neb. Rev. and Mrs. Ross Karnes and family of Poland, Ohio, have been here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin of Scott City, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Martin of Bellev01e have also been visiting in the Martin home and with other relatives. Dawn McKay of Lincoln is v{s|ting this week with Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and family. RUBBER STAMPS--made to order. The Superior Express. O O Salt Creek Play 9 p.m. to I =.m. GUESTS WITH MF. BF, RS MM, 9 to I Ihnco To Tim Mink of Bob O'Neal MlgI SFJtS AND GUESTS W] .COME Thursday August 2, 1973 TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Miss Stone honored at personal shower Mrs. Darrell Brandt and Miss Margaret Quy entertained at a personel shower, given in honor of Miss Debra Stone Saturday afternoon at the Vernon Quy home. The afternoon was spent socially. After the bride4o-be opened her gifts, refreshments were served. Twelve were present including special guests, Mrs. Kenneth Stone and Mrs. Leslie Alexander. Miss Stone will become the bride of Randy Alexander in an August ceremony. Red Cross to have new organization The Nuckolls County Red Cross is planning to form a new. organization this month which will include the Gray Ladies and anyone interested in doing volunteer work. An instructor will be here, the date and time to be announced later. The new group will be instructed in various phases of volunteer work which will also include home visitations, and will be county-wide. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fulton of Holly, Colo., are the parents of a son, Tarry Reith, born June 4, He weighed nine pounds, one and one-fourth ounces, Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fulton of Syracuse, Kan. Mrs. Cora L. Jensen of Superior is a great grandmother. Band practice begins Monday The Superior High School band will begin practice for the Shrine Bowl game Monday evening, Aug. 6, at 7 p.m. at the high school. Randy Nelson is the band instructor. The public is invited to watch the practices. Thursday, August 2, 1973 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 8897b. f Sam West 8:30 p.m. to 12:30a.m. Closed on Sundays through July and August Ruskin, Nebraska an nce American Legion Hall Deshler, Nebraska gust 5 Eat from 6 to 8 p.m.-Dance from 8 to 12 p.m. Admission Dance Children and Eat $2.50 under 12 $1 Dance ~4 only ~]~1 the ~aulawaaaoe River? i ii of Account o Passbook