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)i : CHUR{ H NEWS !i i i 2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Local News..... By Mrs. Russell Hale Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kohl and family of Lincoln visited over the weekend of Aug. 18 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl. Dianne and Robert Wyatt of Superior visited their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyatt, Thursday and Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schroeder and two children of E1Toro, Calif., were callers in the Stafford home Saturday af- ternoon, Aug. 11. Those calling on Lila Scott in the Stafford home to extend birthday greetings on Monday afternoon were Charlotte Peck.ham, Pearl Myler, Carrie Taylor, Edna Roper, Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, Mrs. Thursday, August 2-3, 1973 family visited his mother, Mrs. Ha rdy Boa rd Olive Delka, at Bostwick Sunday evening. Of Education Mrs. Hansa Sommer was a District 9 Board of Education dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. met Aug. 6, 1973 with all parents. Robin Hill v"s an Nels Sorensen at a cafe in members and Superintendent overnight guest of Vonda Hardy Sunday. In the afternoon Keeney present. Saturday. Guests for Sundaythey visited Mrs. MagdalenaRalph Southern was in- dinner were Mrs. Alvin Renz of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Orland Renz and family, Brad, Doug and Wes Pohlmann of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney attended the Old Settlers' meeting in Red Cloud on Sunday Aug. 19. Mr. Keeney took part in the afternoon program. They met their daughter, Mrs. Russel James, Mr. James and sons of Ottawa, Ill., at the meeting and were later guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob James in Red Cloud for a picnic supper in honor of the Russell James family. Bob James and Russell James are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hansen Boyd Burge, Mrs. Robert L. and Leslie visited a few days in Brown, Mxs. Elmer Townse~,d Lincoln with Mrs. Hansen's and Mrs, Archie Persinger. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Coffee guests of Mrs. AI Massa, and a sister, Mrs. Ben Arasmith Friday afternoon, Cannady, and family. Mr. Aug. 10, were Marie Madsen of Cannady is in the Armed Forces Skyeren, Denmark, and Karen and is being transferred from Christensen. Oregon to North Carolina. Richard Hansen spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright Jensby in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen called on Mr. and Mrs. Nels approved. Sorensen Saturday evening. Mr. The following bills and Mrs. B. E. Sweet were presented for payment: Sunday evening visitors. Village of Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop went to Grand Island Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Loop. The Dee Swihart family of Superior visited Monday in the Guy Loop home. Mr. Swihart assisted Mr. Loop with mowing and cleaning in the Hardy Cemetery. ~. and Mrs. Wayne Moore of terviewed and hired as music teacher. The minutes were read and Omaha World Herald F. U. Coop Au~bach Publishers Protex Business Supply Houghton Milflin McGraw Hill Book Co. Petersen Oil and were $34.00 12.30 81.61 10.96 40.60 157.90 222.53 81.34 Exeter visited his mother, Mrs. Fertilizer 61.50 Morton Jensen, and Mr. Jensen Superior Express 34.98 Thursday afternoon. Nebraska School night and Saturday with his visited Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Darrell Rhoads and Mrs. Unit9 aunt, Mrs. Larry Persson, in Hayes in Superior Sunday Einer Martens visited Mrs. Coast toCoast Superior. Jennifer Hansen evening. Dagmar Petersen in Superior University Pub- visited her on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen Wednesday afternoon, lishing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roper, visited Irene Nelson Friday While Jim Newell was on Chem. Industries Steven and Susie of Lincoln are evening. Sunday afternoon they vacation last week he, his wife Hammond and visiting Mrs. Roper's mother, took her to Republic County Mrs. Emma Hansen. The hospital in Belleville for ob- Ropers have just returned from servation and tests. a trip to Canada. Erick Hansen went to Grand Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards Island Wednesday where he and Lisa and Becky Edwards was admitted to Veterans returned Tuesday from a trip to Hospital for treatment. Mrs. the northwestern states where Hansen visited him Sunday. they had been sightseeing for a Callers in the Mrs. R. O. couple of weeks. They visited Parker home last week were Mrs. Edwards parents, Mr. and Ethel Briggs, Mrs. Truner, Mrs. Art Berthold, at Pasco, Wash. They visited Tacoma and Westport, Wash., and Canon Beach, Ore. At Westport, they saw salmon boats coming in with their catch. Susan and Jean Semler of Dorchester visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cowles was admitted Saturday afternoon and was in the isolation ward. She is being treated for spinal meningitis, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haecksr of Blue Rapids, Kan., called on Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Myler, Saturday evening, Aug. 18. Ervin Strickland, St. Louis, called on them Thursday evening and Mrs. Ray Aurand and children of Belleville visited them Thursday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and sons spent most of last week in Lincoln. Mrs. Miller, Brian and Kevin enjoyed leisurely living in a motel with swimming pool while Mr. Miller attended a coaches clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Chanute, Karl., spent last week in the Archie Persinger home. Their son, Duane, who has be~ working at Wakeeney, Kan., is visiting them for a few days. Pastor and Mrs. Alvin Trucano and two children of Gibbon, Neb., visited several days last week with his parents, Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. Trucano. Judy, Susan and Monty Dahl visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl, Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Clark went to Omaha Friday where Mr. Clark had his regular physical check-up. Enroute home they visited Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. Nina Clark, at Shelby, and his brother, Gor- don, and family at Duncan. Darrell Hale of Superior visited his uncle, R. J. Hale, and Mrs. Hale Sunday evening. Miss Debby Eddy, grand- daughter of Mrs. B. A. Eddy, stayed with Vonda Hansen while her grandmother was gone on her trip to Spain. the Hansen grandchildren, Steven and Sharriese, children of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hansen of Lin- coln, are visiting their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Jim McTeek Board Association 100.00 and Mary Ann of Fairfield, Hardy lns.Agency 312.50 Calif., are visiting Mrs. Mc- DelkasGarage 1.50 Teek's father, Morton Jensen, Lincoln Tele. & and Mrs. Jensen. Teleg. 20.2i Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens Nebraska Public and Hilda Petersen visited Mrs. Power 60.49 Elsie Petersen in Superior H.W. Wilsonco. 24.00 Sunday afternoon. Educational Service Orpha Lee Perry, Mrs. Milo Long, Teresa and Michael and Geraldine Kauffman. Out-of- town callers were Pastor and Mrs. Marion Lockwood of Hastings, Mrs. Ernest Cook of Republic and Mrs. Ira Lanham of Nora. attended a reunion of Edwards Art Cramer and Mr. and Mrs. relatives in Gage Park in 134.94 6.39 6.55 125.00 Glenn Kleckner, a few days last Mike Smith of Omaha visited Topeka Sunday. week. On Tuesday they andover the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henrietta Thompson, their grandfather visited the Mrs. Clyde Cramer. and Mrs. Gladys Beitler of Eisenhower Museum at Gerald Persinger of Grand Hastings were weekend guests Abilene, Kan. Island spent the weekend with of Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney, Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney his grandmother, Mrs. Edna Aug. 11. Mrs. Thompson called at the Webster County Roper. Mrs. Persinger was one recently retired as a house Hospital in Red Cloud Sunday. of the actresses in a play mother at Kearney State Their five-year-old grand- presented attheStuhrMuseum College and is moving to daughter, Dee Ann Keeney, of Sunday afternoon. Mter the Greenville, S.C. to live near one play she came and visited her of her sons. The ladies are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joesisters of Mr. Keeney. Pedersen. Both of them Guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Brad returned homeSunday evening. Blair for a pot luck dinner g llBBlmAk.g W.JL AUG. 31 - SEPT. 9 PAT BOONE SONNY JAMES CHARLEY PRIDE Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show Featuring Myron Floren {Lawrence Welk will trot eppelr at this ~erlofrnance) THE DOOBtE BROTHERS TOP SUPPORTING PERFORMERS Big Car, StoCk Cur end M~rcycle Races; Schlitz 40-Horse Hitch; Greet Midway; Trac- tor Pulling; Horse end Pony Pull; Exhibits; Mammoth Machinery Show, RESERVED SEAT TICKETS AT: STATE FAIR OFFICES P,O, BOX 81223 '~ Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 /I Lll I i, i, I and daughter went to several Stephens 6.00 places of interest. They visited DOn Delka made a motion to the Stuhr Museum near Grand accept hills, seconded by Arlen Island, the museum at Minden, Sehleuter. Motion carried. and attended the Wild West James Miller made a motion Show at North Platte. Sunday to raise lunch prices to 50c they visited his father, Earl students, 60c teachers, Newell, who has been a patient seconded by Eldon Eitzmann. in the Veterans Hospital at Motion carried. Grand Island since Wednesday. Arlen Schleuter made a Other members of the family motion to approve the state from here who visited Mr. lunch program, seconded by Newell were Mrs. Ivan Newell, James Miller. Motion carried. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hansen Minutes were read and ap- and children and Mrs. Earl proved. Newell. DOn Delka made a motion to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Edwards adjourn, seconded by Marjroie and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hobson Blair. Motion carried. Marjorie Blair Secretary The St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hardy: Benjamin F. Mirtz, vice pastor. There will be no Sunday church school Aug. 26. Morning wor- ship, II:00 a.m. The sermon will be delivered by Pastor Martin Lin_gwall, pastor of First St. Paul Lutheran Church of Hastings. Jane and Beth Kay Pedersen Sunday, in honor of Mindy's The Union Church of Hardy: spent a couple of days in Omaha baptism, were Clarence Kuper Peter D. Trucano, minister. last week. Florence Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Church School 10:00 a.m. retur~ On Thursday from her _Peders~. ami sons of Neis~ Classes for all ages. Mrs. Mabel tour of Europe and she nd her Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Kort and Crandall superintendent. aunt, Mrs. Florence Overton, Randy of Blue Hill, Mr. and Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Omaha, spent the weekend with Mrs. Bernard Blair of Formoso, Sermon, "The Master Meets her parents. Mr. andMrs. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pedersen His Critics." Special music by Stratman and daughter of Tuesday evening, Aug. 8, Mrs. Nels Sorensen of Hardy and her sister, Mrs. Lillian Eddy, Beatrice, hoarded the Pan American Inter-continental 707 jet flight from Lincoln to New York and then on to Malaya, Spain for the N.S.E.A. tour. They stayed at Hotel Alay at Torremolinous on the Mediterranean sea shore. After showing their passports they were given Spanish pesos, 57 for $1.00. The travelers were not allowed to tip the maids or for meals. Wednesday evening they were entertained at a party by Spanish entertainers. Thursday they went to Ronda, the oldest town in Spain which has a population of 40,000. They visited the Hall of Congress, the molding tower, the Hilton Hotel and the Cathedral. Ronda was built by the Celts of Scotland. According to the guide, Spain was a monarch under France, had 34 million people and 70 million olive trees. There are also many cork trees there which the cork is taken every 10 years. Friday was a tour of Granada. They visited :Alhambra, gardens of the generalife and the Royal Chapel with its precious treasurers The two also rode on the camels. Six persons on the trip had their passports stolen, one of them belonging to Mrs. Eddy. Mrs. Sorensen accompanied Mrs. Eddy to Seville, to the Embassy to get a new passport, along with the other tourists. They saw much of the country and the salt falts. Four-fifths of Spain is mountains. Sunday, the ladies attended the bull fight at Plaza De Toros, Torremolinos. Five beautiful black bulls with horns were killed. The picordors do their skills before the matador comes in to make the kill. The third bull was killed by the only lady matador in the world. A trio to the caves of the Nerja was on the Monday schedule. Five boys, 13 to 19 years of age, hunting for bats, discovered the caves. The caves were built by pre-historic man. There are 1,147 steps in the cave. Eisenhauer and Nixon have visited the caves. A trip to Tanger, Mrica, was by boat from Malaya which took them four hours. They visited a catholic church, the only one in the world with a bar in the basement, went to a restraunt where they attended a floor Hardy will begin Monday Supt. John nounced that Hardy begin at 8:15 Since school will the day at 11 a.m., no lunch served the the home of Mr. show in which the natives were Gunn Sunday entertainers, saw snake Mrs. Pauline charmers and went on a Sunday afte shopping trip. The return trip to Malaya took 20 minutes by plane. Other places of interest were the Little Rock of Gibraltar and the real Rock of Gibraltor. Wednesday, Aug. 15, they left on the the return trip home, stopping at Chicago for in- spection and arriving in Lincoln at 11:30 p.m. They stayed overnight in the Eddy home in Beatrice and came to Hardy Thursday. Debbie Eddy, who had stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen and Vonda, ac- companied Mrs. Eddy home. Mrs. Sorensen remarked "I'm glad to be home. No matter where you may roam, there is no place like home." Mrs. Raymond family at Belleville. Mr. and daughters guests of Mr. }tansen and family. Mr. and sons, Mr. and Hobson and Mrs. Kenneth daughters enjoyed supper at Saturday evening. celebrating Mr. Corman's niversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. and Mr. and Mrs. were in Topeka tend the Edwards reunion. Mrs. Ed spent last week parents, Mr. and .................. and Mrs. Elva Angle of Superior Mrs. Larry Growth of Salina. Rose, at Russell Smith of Camarrillo, Calif., at California. ~ ~['~(aO~,~"L from Tuesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn visited with her Jeff Gunn returned to his visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rose, and Mrs. home at Union, Neb., Friday. now even brighter and sharper the famous original Loop and Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Molgard. Joe Pedersen home during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidaon of Nelson called on Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gillilan Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Strickland of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Strickland of St. Louis, Mo., visited relatives and friends in this community last week. Wednesday evening relatives had a picnic supper at the lake in their honor. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayes and children, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Myers and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper, Ethel Briggs, Orpha Lee Perry and the guests of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro Jimenez and Mariea of Oberlin, Kan., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka. Saturday evening DOn Delkas were also guests. The Bill Delka Clyde and Dorothy WaCdngton. Sterling, Neb., called at the Cindy Jensby enjoyed her Installation of You*" officers. vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jenshy. Cindy works as an X- ray technician at Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. They all enjoyed a camp-out at the Lovewell Lake during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl visited their daughter, Mrs. Loy Yerton, and Mr. Yerton at Milford Sunday. Janis and John Kaldald both leave this week to begin their school work at the University of Nebraska. Paula Czirr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Czirr of Superior, spent three days last week with her grandl~U'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C'zirr, while her parents were in Omaha on a combination business and pleasure trip. Cottontail and squirrel seasons in Nebraska open on Sept. 1, 1973. Youth officers' planning meeting, 5:00 p.m. Monday, council meeting, 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Bible study, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, children's hour, 3:30 p.m. Young folks win honors Paul Hammer of Denver, graduated from Colorado State University at Fort Collins. He was 17th out of 126 of 2,503 majors in the College of Natural Science. His sister, Dolores, was one of three out of 30, who passed the entrance test in mathematics. She also won a music scholarship and attended a music camp at Church College in Hawaii from June 28 to July 12. She received three credits in band and surfing. Paul and Dolores are grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dald. By Mrs. Preston Gunn (Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Skinner, Brad and Andrea of Yankton, S.D., spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Preston Gunn and Steve and Mrs. Eli Skinner in Superior. They also visited Mr. Gunn at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Pam Skinner was on a tour of the He spent the summer in the Preston Gunn home. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Elaine returned Thursday from a 10-day vacation. They visited the Black Hills in South Dakota and spent one day at Miles City, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harper and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn attended the open house southeastern United States with honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leonard a group of Girl Scouts. McClure of Republic on their Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hobson, Scott, Tony and Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Kerry took a vacation trip to the Lake of the Ozarks last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gunn of Union, Neb., visited Preston Gunn at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Merle File attended the Scandia In- vitational Girls' softball tournament at Scandia several nights last week. The Courtland team placed first in the tour- nament. Their daughter, Sharon, is the catcher on the Courtland team. The Republic Pioneers 4-H club has just completed a very worth-while project, which is a marker placed at the E. C. Hohaon corner. The marker gives the direction and mileage to the home of each 4-H family living in the locality. Earlv Birds Sav Too With Low Station Rates. *Low Evening Rates Start At 5:00 P.M. On All Calls You Dial Yourself Without Operator Assistance. 50th wedding anniversary, Sunday. Preston Gunn remains a patient in the Mary Lanning Hospital at Hastings. His condition has shown im- provement. Mrs. Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gunn and children visited him Sunday afternoon and Steve Gunn called on him Saturday. Ethel Simmons visited Emery Berry at the Jewell County Hospital in Mankato Tuesday and Friday afternoon. Bob and Don Simmons of Belleville had dinner Sunday noon with their mother, Mrs. Ethel Simmons. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Eugene Hanson home were Mrs. Lois Oldham and daughters of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen and Mr. and Famous Zenith Chromacolofl Dependable Zenith Quality! Sensationally Pricedl Television & Electric rior's Servicing Dealer" Ethel Simmons visited Mrs. .......... Incorporated Rhoads Secretaria I Building Phone 879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Neb. @ @ Will sell the following at Public Auction located 2 miles north of BYI NEBRASKA, off Highway 8, or 6 miles south and 2 miles west from west edge of DESHLER, NEBRASKA, beginning at 1:30 p.m. on MACHINERY 1966 Case 730 Tractor, wide front, LP gas; 1966 I I-A Gleaner combine cab, 14-foot, motor completely overhauled, clean; 1967 F-BB J.D drill 16-8, always shedded; 1966 A-240 Corn Head; 1968 20-ft. Crust spring tooth; IHC corn hiller, 5 shanks, double tool bar and 3 point; Row J.D. flex planter; 1965 7' J.D. mower, 3 point; ]960 Tandem disc, 13-feet 5 inches; Band saw, steel, will saw 16" pipe; J.D. rotary hoe; IHC 4-row go-dig, 40"'; 2-Wheel trail sprayer; 21/ -Yar Mover, hydraulic; Three 3-bottom plows--IHC, M-M Case; J.D. Elevator, 18"; 4-Wheel trailer, box and hoist; IHC 24-foot harroW; Spring Tooth; J.D. H manure spreader; A-C baler, needs repai Gallon fuel tank; Sanco bale loader; Globe milker; D-C Case repa i rs. TRUCK AND CAR 1967 Dodge No. 400 1V2 ton truck 13'6" box, hoist and stock rack; 1 Galaxie Ford car, running order. OLDER ITEMS Walking lister; Wagon wheels; Pifcher-pump; Hay-knife; Crea Stone jars; Churn; Kraut cutter; Remington .22 repeater harness; Lantern; Hand Corn Sheller. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen table, 4chairs; High chair; Platform rocker; Other itemS. MISCELLANEOUS Vise; Anvil; 7" Saw; V2" Drill; Thread Cutter; Wrenches; HYd lack, 5 ton; Handy lack; Other items; Behlen air dryer, 5 h.P., repair; Used lumber; 4 Good truck tires, 8.25-20. This Property Being Sold by PAUL KOESTER 1960 M-F 50 Gas tractor; M-F 7-foot Mower, 3 point; 3-14 Ford point; 12-foot Spring Tooth, 3 point; IHC 2-row Lister, 3 point; fuel tank and stand; Comfort cover for M-F 50; Stock rack for pickup; Air compressor; Log chain; Fencer; 10 Gallon crock; tools. TE RMS CASH. No property removed until settled for. Property yours when bid off to you. Lunch By St, Peters Lutheran ALCW, Byron, Nebraska Thayer County Hebron, J. W. Wertz of Republic and Mrs. Edith Billings of Formoso Sunday. Mrs. Greg Birrell spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mae Bouray in Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Stan VanMeter and sons were hosts at a fish fry supper Wednesday evening. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester VanMeter and Alvin Dull of Formoso, Mrs. Anna Graham of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter and Shane and Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meter and Vonda. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe and Becky have returned from a vacation. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson and sons at Bismarck, N.D., and visited parts of Canada in and around Winnipeg. Marvin Angle of Nacogdoehes, Texas, and Dr. and Mrs. John Angle and daughters of Abilene, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers Herb Brettmann, Auctioneer Ph. 365-4240, Deshler, Nebr. /