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SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 2, 1973 Local News ..... By Mrs. Russell Hale guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mr, and Mrs. George Powell Edwards and family. Sunday called on Pastor and Mrs. Peter there was a family get-to-gether Trucano Monday forenoon. Mr. in the Nels Sorensen home in and Mrs. Powell left Monday for honor of Gregg Edwards, who their home in Abilene. left by bus for Omaha Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Persinger Gregg enlisted in the army and and Jimmy of Belleville were left for training. Those present Sunday dinner guests of their were the Gary Bargen family of grandmother, Mrs. Edna Fairbury, Mr. and Mrs. Roper. Lawrence Bothwell and Mrs. Eda Bruns of Superior children, Mr. and Mrs. Orval visited Wednesday afternoon Bargen and the Glenn Edwards with Irene Nelson. Saturday family. afternoon Mrs. Nelson visited Mrs. Clarence Holloway ano Mr. and Mrs. Ether Martens. Matt of Wichita spent several Last weekend little Stacy Hill days last week with her parents, of Hastings visited her grand- Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Steier, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert children. Pastor and Mrs. Kent Morse Sherri, Lorri, Kristy and Barry Morse Breault. Mrs. Clyde Washington was fs Last Saturday evening Mr. called to a Postmaster's a ~ d:Itll and Mrs Hubert Breanlt and Management Conference in Steven. Nancy Mickelsen and Graodlsiandon July*, andl. StacyHillwenttoAurora, Kan., July 20 Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Morse of Assaria, Kan., and Mr. for the 83rd birthday Washington attended a Morse, L orri, Barry, Sherriand and Mrs. Paul Linholm of celebration of Mr. Breault's retirement party for post- Kristy were honored at a Smoian, Kan.; and seminary mother, Mrs.Nellie Breault. master Zd Lechner, held in the farewell at St. Paul Lutheran friends, the Rev. and Mrs. and Dr. Reuben Swanson, president of Lutheran Church in America Nebraska Synod. The "Singers of Today" furnished music, and an album of pictures of congregational : :: Mrs. Joe Wyatt accompanied LiederkranzHall, Grand Church in Hardy Sunday night, Mrs. Merwyn Wyatt and Island. July 29. They have served St. , Virginia to Omaha Monday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paul in Hardy and Our :: where Virginia will undergo a Showman of Iowa City, Iowa, Redeemer in Superior for seven : kidney dialysis. Her symptoms visited Qeraldine Kauffman a :: , are similar to the trouble her few days last week. ' sister, Nancy, had three years Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. : ago. Brown and children went to - Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hale of Republic Sunday to visit Mr. San Diego, Calif., visited his and Mrs. Dean Bergren and father, R. J. Hale, and Mrs. children, who are visiti his : Hale a few days last week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wa---rren : Barry Morse was an over- Bergren and also his mother. night guest of Leslie Simonsen Mr and Mrs. Guy Loop and ;Saturday. Mrs. Dee Swihart and children Mr. and Mrs. Howard went to Hutchinson, Kan. Mallonee of Long Beach, Calif., Friday to visit the Norman Loop : accompanied Mary Gebers of family a couple of days. Norene : Longmont, Colo., to Denver and Bonnie, daughters of Mr. Friday. After visiting relatives and Mrs. Norman Loop, there Mr. and Mrs. Mallonee returned home with them to : will go on home by plane and visit a week. to Longmont. Mary will drive Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. They have been visiting the Guy Loop, Norene and Bonnie ; ladies' mother, Hazel Rhoads. Loop and Mrs. Dee Swihart and Exal Zoltenko was admitted children went to Webber to visit gone on a fishing trip. to Mary Lanning Hospital at the Don Hancock famfly and the Mrs. Robert Gray and Anna Hastings Monday for knee mother of Mrs. Hancock, Mrs. of Clay Center, Neb., called on surgery Tuesday. Doris Lapp, of Minnesota. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jeffrey, Robert, Craig and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Leece and Hill, one day last week. : Kenneth Walker of Council family of Omaha are spending a Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Hill and " Bluffs, Iowa, are visiting their few days with her parents, Mr. Stacy of Hastings were Sunday ; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. O. Pedersen. The dinner guests of his parents, : Sylvester Walker, Leeces have been vacationing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill, and - in Colorado. Pat Leece stayed supper guests of her parents, :' Md'. and Mrs. Vernon J. with his grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault. : Trucano and children, Susan, Mrs Elven Leece, at Formoso Steven Breault of Hastings De Ann, Joan and John Peter of while his parents were gone. spent the weekend with his years. Program theme was "This Is Your Life" with Mrs. LeROy Hoyer mistress of ceremonies. Surprise guests were the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lincoln spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Orland Renz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair of Lovewell visited their son, Bradley, and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of Abilene, Kan., have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCorkle the past few days, enroute to their home from Valentine, Neb., where they had Larry Casper and family, Grand Island. Taped messages were from the Rev. Emory Pokrant, Auburn, Neb., who confirmed and sponsored Pastor Morse in the ministry; the Rev. Vernon Jacobs, Tabitha Home, Lincoln, under who Pastor Morse served his internship in Tulsa, Okla.; Church council presidents, who served under Pastor Morse, Joe Pedersen, Hubert Simonsen, Reuben Adler, Lloyd Olsen, Harvey Petersen and Jim Jenshy, and the Rev. Peter Trucano of the Union church in Hardy, spoke of highlights in their association with Pastor Morse. members and a gift were presented to the Morse family. A fellowship hour followed the program. Aug. 1, Rev. Morse will become pastor to Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 4757 N. 24th Street, Omaha, Neb. / South By Mrs. Preston Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Jack Skinner, Pare, Brad and Andrea of Yankton, S.D., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gunn and Steve and Mrs. Eli Skinner in Superior. Mrs. Marvin Harper entered the St. Joseph's Hospital at Concordia Friday for treat- ment. Monday' evening supper guests in the Ivan Van Meter home were Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rose and Robin of Russell, Kan., Mr. and Mrs Ed Van Meter and Shane, Mr and Mrs Stan Van Meter and sons and Von Van Meter. Ethel Simmons and Emery Berry were guests in the Bud Elkins home at Mankato Friday Mrs. Emma Stenson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hall at Webber. Denise Van Meter attended the district 4-H horse show at McPherson, Kans., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager and children of Bennington, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell of Salina visited over the weekend with Mrs. Emma Stenson. Ethel Simmons was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lindberg Monday. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Stenson were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stenson, Mike and David, Mrs. Atha Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradford and Sara of Lewistown, Pa., came Friday to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Glen evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and sons, Mrs. Elsie Osborne, Mrs. Letha Vale, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kintigh and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel and Kent of Superior. They were celebrating Mrs. Bill Hamel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill ROe, and Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Roe of Superior spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chadwick and Debbie in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bagley and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erickson and daughters were Wednesday evening guests in the Dix Hansen home. They were helping Dix celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bagley and Aurand, Mr. Aurand and daughters visited Cpl. and Mrs. .... = ? - - - - = - - ,_ honor of Mr. and Mrs. ,. and Sterling Trout. Mr. and Mrs. Don ! and Roxann, Mr. By Mrs. Ella Summers Bargen and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun McKeown and returned home Wednesday Sunday avternoonl after q week's vacation in the and Mrs. Tom Black Hills. celebrated Mr. Callers this week on Mrs. Tom McKeown were Mr.' and Mrs. Ollie Crispin, Mrs. Otie Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Rhoads, Mrs. David Demaray and Mrs. Paul Rathbun. Mrs. Ella Summers was a Sunday dinner guest of the Jim Healey family. In the afternoon she attended the wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Ren Glebe of Hastings which was held in the Union Church in Hardy. Mrs. Glebe was the former Carla Steier. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. Mrs. Don Hurd visited Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin called Monday afternoon on Mrs. John Ferguson in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harding of Lyons, Kan., were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin attended the picnic Sunday held in the Superior City Park in birthday which was Mr. and Mrs. were supper guestl ening of Mr. and Hanson and Mr. and O'Neil in Kearney. Thursday evening Mrs. Dale Crispin and Mrs. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Eridl] and Kenneth wer evening dinner Martha Mr. and Mrs. called Friday Keith McKeown Harlan Ross visited night at Mr. and Mrs. called Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Wall in J Sportsmen finance wildlife by paying a on their fishing equipment, which to state ments. Delivered To Your Location Contact ADAMS BROTHERS One-half mile north and three.fourth mile West of Cement Plant Phone Superior 879-8512, 879.8423 A Statement Concerning Monuments - - Ottumwa, Iowa, visited Pastor Sunday afternoon visitors in the parents, to visit with Glen Berry of children. Al Nettie and family of Victoria, !i ;and Mrs. Peter Trucano last Pedersen home were Mrs. Dean A committee of Eastern Star Omaha. Calvin Hobson and Glen Texas, at the Charles Bagley week, They have recently Pedersen and sons of Nelson, members met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle File, Mr. Aurandattended the University home in Superior Sunday. moved from Noblesville, Ind. Mrs.Olive Madrid of California Nora Gillilan Saturday at- and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and Mr. of Nebraska Tractor Day at ternoon to make plans tot the and Mrs. Darrell Fager of Meade, Neb., Wednesday. owu vou We would like to repeat and reml l Mr. Trucano is district and Lisa and Amy Moser of Grand Chapter visitation at Bennington, Neb. , visited in and suoot everyone that we are not salesman manager of the Golden Harvest Hastings. Mrs. Calvin Hobson and ., Hybrid Seed Corn Co., St. Louis, Word was received by the Superior. The committeearound Silver Dollar City, Me. Elaine visited Mrs. Kenneth A representatives for some'far away MonumeS Me. Mr. and Mrs. Trucano Stafford family of the death on consisted of Mrs. Jerome Kohl, They arrived home Friday. The Edwards, Cara and Brooke Company. favored the congregation of the July 23 of Mrs. Scott Cramer. Miss Geraldine Kauffman and children of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Friday afternoon. Rather, we are hometown folks and wl f Union church with a duet at Mrs. Cramer lived at Forest Mrs. Hubert Henry. Ayers stayed with their grand- Attending a family picnic at we term a "Dqmler" buying directly from services Sunday morning. Lawn, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gaston and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E.Lovewell Lake Thursday Quarries and Producers of Granite, Thomas Peter Larsen of Mrs. Gordon Rashleigh and Jo Dawn went to Ottawa, Kan., Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin , . we eliminate all extra and additional cos and delays such as sales commissions Stratton, Neb., who is stationed Mrs. Elmer Townsend visited July 21 to visit their son, Mike, Leece. The Fager children Hard of Hearing others and three to six month deliverY. at Fort Riley, Kan., visited in the Staffords Sunday afternoon, his wife and son, Todd. Mr. stayed with their grandparents, the Trucano home Sunday and Roseann Escritt, daughter of Gaston went into Kansas City to Therefore we Offer ..... played a cornet solo at the Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Escritt of attend a meeting of Farmland The Fastest Service! CHURCH NEW church service. He was ac- Williams, Minn., is in Industries for elevator The Finest Qualityl eompanied on the piano by Washington, D.C. taking a managers. A highlight of his The Most Reasonable Costl Pastor T rucano. Citizenship Course at the trip was an opportunity to at- MAICO Otten For all your monument needs see or call - Greg Pedersen and his National 4-H Center. They are tend the All-Star baseballThe Union Church of Hardy: mother, Alto, Mac and Mrs. former residents of Hardy, game in the new stadium. They Peter D. Trucano, minister. Cecil Miller, went to Hays, having left in the fall of 1970. returned home on Wednesday. Church school, 10:00 a.m. Kan., Tuesday to help Mr. and Vicki Jones of Blue Rapids, Thursday evening Mike and Classes for all ages Mrs. Mabel Mrs. Jeff Holmberg move to Lincoln where he has em- ployment. Mr. Holmberg graduated from Hays College. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Pedersen came home and Greg drove the u mul. Mrs. Pedersen went to Y mcoln Friday and Greg urned home with her. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and family were Ella Summers of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen and family of Schuyler, Neb., Anna Healey of York and Mrs. Freda Brown and Mrs. Ella Kane of Kansas City. They all attended the reception for Mr. and Mrs. ROn Glebe in the afternoon. Saturday evening guests at the Healey home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paul and Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright were visitors. Robin HAil was a guest of Mr and Mrs. Bud Hansen and Vonda for dinner at a cafe in Chester Sunday noon. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Larry Hoshaw was an overnight guest of Randy Ed- wards Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krogh and Helen Nelson in Ruskin Sunday evening. Mildred Leigh and her sister, Mrs. A. Elliott, Houston, Texas, called on Pastor and Mrs. Peter Trucano Thursday afternoon. They were enroute home from a trip to Iowa and Denver where they had visited relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bargen and children and Mr. and Mrs Nels Sorensen were dinner !11ilIIII] I III I Eaton and Hi-Plain,, Kan., and Jodi Aurand of Belleville spent several days last week with their great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Dean Bergren and children of Snyder, Okla., called on Mr. and Mrs. Myler. Mrs. Lola Snyder of Hut- ehinson came Saturday evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ray Aurand, and family of Belleville, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Myler. Sunday Mrs. Victor Jones, Karl and Vicki and Mrs Kenneth Jones and children of Blue Rapids, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Aurand and children of Belleville and Mrs Snyder were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler, honoring them for their 58th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Grace Kroese of Adams, Neb., and three granddaughters from Adams and two from Rhoads Secretarial Building Phone 879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Neb. ]111 family came for the weekend with them. They are moving to Topeka where he has em- ployment with the Good Year Tire & Rubber Co. Their son, Kent, of Lincoln came Saturday and they all went to their mobile home at Harlan County Dam and were met by another son, Pat, his wife and little daughter, Becky of Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kressler of Jen- nings, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Kressler are parents of Mrs. Mike Gaston. Crandall, superintendent. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "Grow To-gether until the Harvest." Special music by Mrs. Sharon Gydesen and Robin Hill. Ushers: Don, Lyle, Kim and Mike Delka. Thursday, Aug. 16, the Wonan's Christian Union. Devotions by Vivian Brown; program, Australia with Russell Hale and hostesses, Thelma Mickelsen, Anita Cramer, Tena Calder, Donna Miller, Florence Thompson. I I lll I I I . the economical way to control broadleaf weeds in sorghum . . . Salvo controls 44 different broadleaf weeds that commonly plague sorghum, for as little as 20c per acre. Salvo is also safe to the sorghum plant. Salvo on Sorghum means: Low cost per acre - Safe to the sorghum plant - Good broadleaf weed control Ask us today for SALVO EDDIE MEYER East Highway 8 I Phone 879-4267 Superior, Nebraska Register and Weigh In 1:OO p.m. August 8 CO-OP ELEVATOR Register Fee $I0.00 Per Tractor 0-4,999 pounds WEIGHT CLASSES 5,000-6,999 pounds 7,000-8,999 pounds 9,000-11,999 pounds 12,000 pounds + 12,000 pounds+ with duels Frank H. 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