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 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 21, 1972 CHURCHES i I i ' ): i i  iii!i,  iiii il  Hard00 Local News..... Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dillon and Travis of Lincoln visited Mrs. Dillon's mother, Alia Mac Pedersen. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyatt went to Columbia, Mo., Friday for a few days' visit at the home of their son, George, and family. Mrs. Cecil Miller and Mrs. Lena Banks made a business trip to Columbus Monday and were there during the torrential rain Columbus had. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby were in Holdrege on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCorkle went to Abilene, Kan., Sept. 10 to visit Mr. and Mrs. George E. Powell. Mrs. Powell and her sister, Fern McCormick, of Durango, Colo., had just returned from a trip to Europe. They visited in Denmark, England and France. They sailed on the Queen Elizabeth 11, and came home by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen visited the Albert Jensen family Sunday evening, Sept. 11. Mrs. Jessia Arasmith of Jewell, Kan,, visited Mr. and Mrs. AI Arasmith and Scott Saturday. She came to greet her son on his birthday an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Modlin and Kimberly have moved into the Dale Larsen property, which Mrs. Medlin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orand Persinger, recently purchased. Dale has moved into one of the H. O. Pedersen's apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Warren of Troy, Kan., visited Mr. Warren's sister, Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, and Mr. Gillilan over the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Harvey Petersen spent three days last week painting the mobile home of their daughter, Mrs. John Jensen. and Mr. Jensen at Clay Center, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray attended the Farm Feat at Vernon City, Minn., last week. Mac Bouray stayed with the boys one day and their grand- father, Elvin Leece, of Foomoso stayed another day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Czirr visited over the weekend in Hastings, in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Loren Dunbar, and family. Miss Vicky Harvey of Con- cordia came to Hardy Saturday and took Carrie Taylor to the Good Samaritan Home where they visited Ceclia Albertson and Jessia Taylor. Miss Harvey is a niece of the ladies and teaches speech therapy in a school in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ramsier of Eugene, Ore., visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Martin DaM. Mrs. Ramsier and Mrs. Dahl are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stofer of Hutchinson, Kan., were weekend guests in the Dahl home. Mr. DaM has been quite uncomfortable, suffering from a case of shingles. R. J. Hale went to Corden, Okla., Sunday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Bill Wright, and family. Carolyn Jensby, Ann Sweet, Leon Hobson and Sam Clark are four of the young folks attending school at Manhattan. They were home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby-are enjoying a visit with their son, Kent, and his wife - of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Ray Aurand nd children of Belleville visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler, Friday af- ternoon. Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault, Mrs. Nellie Breault and Mrs. Melden Breault of Aurora, Kan. Later in the afternoon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith in Superior. Mrs. Ron Luedke, Matt and Marty of Oxford, Neb., and Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin called on Irene Nelson Sunday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Hill gave a party Sept. 7 in honor of their daughter, Staci, on her first birthday anniversary and the birthday anniversary of Lindee Hill. Guests were Steve, Juanita, Linda, Nancy and Marilyn Breault, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and Anna of Clay Center and Vonda Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hansen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corma and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen at dinner in Nelson Saturday evening, in honor of Mr.1-1ansen's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Arlyne Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Kerry, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and Cara, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gunn and the Keith Gunn family of Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Doering of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Canning of Belleville, Gladys ing of Hebron and Art Cramer of Wahoo attended baptismal services for Angela Gunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gunn, Sunday in Chester. They were all guests for dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gunn. Mrs. Bud Hansen and Vonda and Jeff Edwards accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and Kerry to Lincoln Saturday. Mrs. Hanson and Vonda called on Arlo Hansen in Bryan Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney went to Cowles. Neb.. Sunday and were dinner guests in the home of their son. Bill. and familly. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke, Marty and Matt of Oxford were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kein over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hammett of the Olive Hill community and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eitz- mann visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann Sunday evening. Mrs. Darrell Rhoads went to Hastings Thursday and visited the remainder of the week with their daughter, Mary Dee. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens, accompanied her as far as Glenvil, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gillilan. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Soremen had a busy week last week. Monday evening they had dinner with the Gary Bargen family in Fairbury. Tuesday forenoon Mrs. Hansa Sommers was a coffee guest and Tuesday evening they visited residents in the Good Samaritan Center. Wednesday evening Mrs. Sorensen visited Mrs. Joe Calder and Thursday forenoon she visited Mrs. Ruth Shotzman in Superior. Saturday evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen and Sunday evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen in Superior. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Gydesen were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mortensen of Omaha. Mrs. Mortensen and Mrs. Gydesen were college roommates. went to Guide Rock Sunday and visited their son, Dr. Dennis Sweet. Mrs. Ruby Hill and Joyce entertained at dinner Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Thoman and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hayes of Chester and Joe Jensen of Superior. Callers in the Joe Train home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Train of Superior, Pearl Myler, Ralph Salyard and Mabel Crandall. SOUth" Thursday evening guests in the Darrell Birrell home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Guy French and Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Birrell and sons. The occasion was Laurie Birrell's fourth birthday. Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Mrs. Ward Aurand attended a Woman's Club committee meeting at the home of Mrs. Leslie Jensby in Superior Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann was a Wednesday morning caller in the Calvin Hobson home. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, Harrell and Becky were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Headrick and Sherry of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson of Dunning, Neb., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aurand and Mrs. Atha Stenson attended the Garman family reunion in Hardy Sunday. Mrs. Emma Stenson visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell in Saliva. Mr. and Mrs. Don Simmons of Belleville were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Ethel Simmons. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle File for a cookout Sept. 10 were Mr. and Mrs, Jack Bradrick and family of Mankato, Tracey Douglas and Kent Chase of Courtland, Mrs. Edith Billings and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Billings. They were celebrating Mrs. Millard Billings' and Jerry File's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Poole of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Merle File were at Vernon Center, Minn., from Wednesday until Sunday. They attended Farm Feat, U.S.A. Some of the Thayer relatives St. Paul Evangelical ha E get=to-gether in the ltheran Church of hardy: Jerome Kohl home Sunday. Rev. Kent Morse, pastor. Thee present were Mr. and sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday Mrs. Bob Grinstead, Tab and church school; 11:00 a.m., Shannon of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer and Iva of Nora, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cor- man of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thayer of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Thayer and Laney of Fairbury and Reggie Thayer of Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hill and family of Topeka visited in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hill, over the weekend. Mrs. Ruby Hill, Mrs. Russell Hill and Mrs. Joyce Hoskins made a business trip to Hastings Saturday. Mrs. Clifford Edwards and Mary of Aurora, Colo., called on Mrs. C. R. Edwards Monday forenoon. Clara Mac Chambers, Mrs. Anna L. Graham and Mrs. Gladys Webber of Superior, and Mrs. Edith Cramer took a trip into Kansas Sunday. They visited Rock City, near Min- neapolis, Lindsborg and Kanapolis Dam. Miss Dianne Vorderstrasse, the math teacher who stays with Mildred Liegh, went to her home at Glenvil for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kleckner visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Zoltenko' Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Loop and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart returned Sunday from their fishing trip to Manitoba, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen visited Mabel Crandall Sunday evening. Chester Shipman of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet morning worship, holy com- munion; 7:00 p.m., Luther League. Monday, 8:00 p.m., Christian Education Committee. Tuesday, 4:00 p.m., junior choir, grade I through grade 6. Wednesday, 4:30 p.m., seventh and eighth grade confirmation. The Union Church of Hardy: Peter D. Trucano, minister. Church school, 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Mabel Crandall, superintendent. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "The Whole Scope of Life." Anthem, the adult choir. Ushers, The Healey Family. Tuesday, "The Depth Bible Study," 9:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Thursday, Women's Christian Union meeting at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Noon, covered dish dinner. Friday, W.C.T.U. at Munden, Kan., 9:00 a.m. Monday, Sept. 25, council meeting, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, Children's Hour, 4:00 p.m. Wanted Sand Hauling Excavating Work Adams Brothers Deuel Phone87?-8512 Superior, Neb.35.lOp Pharmacy Eastern Star District Meet At Chester District 18, Order of Eastern Star, met at the municipal auditorium in Chester Sept. 14, for a brunch, honoring the Nebraska Grand Chapter family. Those attending from Hardy were Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, worthy matron, Mrs. H. L. Henry, associate matron, Mrs. Earl Crandall, Mrs. P. C. Molgard, Mrs. Keith Lance, Mrs. H. O. Pedersen and Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. Trucano. Guests were Pastor and Mr:. Russell DeWitt of Cody, Neb., Mrs. Jerome Kohl, Miss Geraldine Kauffman and Clyde Washington. Hardy Legion Auxiliary Meets Tuesday Hardy American Legion Auxiliary, Unit No. 179, met in the Community Hall last Tuesday afternoon. President Ann Hill presided. Mrs. Glenn Edwards sang the Pledge of Allegiance. The program theme was "Music." Program chairman Mrs. Robert Jensby presented a girls' vocal trio, who sang. They were accompanied by Mrs. Edwards. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Olsen and Mrs. Arlen Sehlueter. Donald Gaston New Manager Donald Gaston is the new manager of the Farmers Co-op Elevator Association at Hardy. He replaces Orland Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston and Jo Dawn moved from Hebron into the Lee Thompson property. Their son remained in Hebron to finish the school term. Republic Band To KSU Band Day Republic High School band under the direction of Richard Barrett will be one of 68 Kansas high school bands participating in Kansas State University's annual band day activities Sept. 30. Approximately 4,800 band members, twirlers and directors will parade through downtown Manhattan Saturday mooning. Following the parade, they will practice at KSU stadium for the pre-game and half-time show of the K-State- Tampa football game. man and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts and family were guests Friday evening in the home of Mr. md Mrs. Roger Roe and family to help celebrate Mr. Roe's birthday. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonsen visited Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma were in Bird City, Kan., Sunday on business and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boersma. Coffee guests Friday morning in the home of Mrs. Fred Meyers to help her celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Leo Blackstone, Barry and Jamie, Mrs. Darrell Jensen, Mrs. Kenneth Corman and Kathy, Mrs. Leslie Erickson and Mrs. Ron Hofts and Sherry. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gerbeling to Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman and Mrs. Arlene Gunn arrived home Tuesday from a trip to Los Angeles. Mrs. Gunn visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Erickson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Corman were guests in the Oliver Bergman home. They also attended the football game between UCLA and Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons were among guests for dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Dey of near Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman called on Dean Joy at the University Hospital in Omaha Tuesday. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts attended a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Jensen. Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Corman home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold EsSink and sons of Nelson. Those attending a cooperative dinner Sunday at the Jerome Kohl home in Hardy were Mr. and Mrs. Looen Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Thayer and LeLane of Fairbury, Reg Thayer of Grand Island, Mr. and Mrs. BOb Grinstead and family of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer and family. Fairview Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder of Hastings Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms were guests of Mr. and Mrs. GARMAN REUNION. Some of the folks at the Garman-Henry reunion Sunday row, from left: Loy Davidson, Nelson, Afha (Aurand) Stenson, Republic County, KansaS, Shellhase, Superior, Eva (Garman) Peterson, Belleville, Orva (Tucker) Bullen, PomO, Center: Hattie (Garman) Bixby, Hardy, Mildred (Aurand) Steier, Jewell County, J. Salyard, Hardy, Gene Garman, Topeka, Kan. Top row: Mrs. Eugene Aurand Aurand, Republic County, Kansas, Mrs. Amy Sampson, Turon, Kan., Lloyd E. Garman, land, Kan., Mrs. Verda Dunham, Plerceville, Kan. Photo by/WIX Clifford Adamson Saturday ,.,M m,,fZrmn evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Keith were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cowsky Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schufeldt called on Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grossman of Edgar Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Mumma and Miss Zlva Mumma were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. Lila Grummert of Hastings visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer attended a Harris family reunion at the Nelson Presbyterian Church basement Sunday, honoring the 100th anniversary of the homesteading of the Harris farm northwest of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert and Lila visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking Family Has Reunion At Hardy The 43rd annual reunion of the descendants of Peter and Susannah (Rice) Garman, and David and Elizabeth (Garman) Henry was held in the Hardy Community Hall Sunday, Sept. 17. There was a cooperative dinner at noon and visiting in the afternoon. Sixty-three persons were registered in the guest book. Attending from outside the Hardy community were Mrs. Orva Bullen, Pomona, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bixby, Albuquerque, N.M.; Rev. and Mrs. Glen O. Morford, Stafford, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Morford and John, Lindsborg, Kan.; Wilma Mac Bucknell and Mabel N. Davidson, Salina, Kan.; Sunday evening. Marion Garman, LeRoy J. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer Garman and Clinton Garman, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Garden City, Kan.; Mr. and Schultz and Pamela of Ruskin Mrs. Lloyd Garman, Mr. and on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chester Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Garman, Denise Congress ended market, and Scott and Mr. and Mrs. hunting in 1900 with the passage Edgar Mainquist, Courtland, of the Lacey Act, a measure Kan.; sponsored by the nation's Mr. and Mrs. Mark Oliphant sporting hunters, and Mark, Clay Center, Kan.; Gene Garman, Vera Stafford, E Faye Weaver, ReV. Robert Storms, Aaron friend and Mrs. Mark, Darrell, Belleville, Kan.; Mac Garman Mr. Victor Harvey, Floyd Shellhase and Diana, Mt Harvey, Brian Harold Davidson, Band Mothers Elect Officers The Band Mothers first meeting of Community Hall afternoon. The elected: Mrs. president; Mrs. vice-president; Mrs. Jensby, secretarY; Virgil Petersen, Plans were serving the munity Club dinner.. plans to furnish mtt of the football gameS During the pre-game ac- tiviti the mass band will join.  the K-State Pride of Wildcat I=1= Land marching band in playing the National Anthem. During the half-time show, the bands will perform in for- marion on the field. Half-time entertainment will include "The Wildcat Victory Song," "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing," "Brasses to the Fore" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic." The annual Band Day is hosted by the Kansas State University departments of music and athletics and the Manhattan Chamber of Com- m erce Cadams News Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove returned home Friday from a few days' vacation in Colorado. Overnight guests Monday in the Don Boersma home were Ralph Hill and Mrs. Audrey Maxwell of Bell, Calif. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Boersma took them to the LaVern Wash- burn home at Fairfield where they were all supper guests. David Miller of Lincoln was a weekend guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- ..... =' 'm u.KIUAY00 nu: IliA1' UF i Hi: ALL AT OLIR 73's Starting today, there'S a complete line of smart, neW, built cars at the sign of Not shown: Mercur the medium-priced car better to ride better. See a whole new farnil wagons, too, the kind onlY could build. It all happens today. "The Day of the Cat." FARMERS o.oP ELEVATOR Mercury Marquis Completely restyled. Steel-belted radials standard. Tests show that the average driver can expect 40,000 miles of tread wear from these tires under normal driving conditions. Shown: Marquis Brougham. Mercury Montego Personal size, but with the luxurious ride of abig car. Uses same type suspension system as Lincoln-Mercury's most expensive cars. Shown: Montego MX Brougham. 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