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e~ / BTHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 11, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman and dinner guests in the Darrell Ed Service Unit 9 24.64 He received his B.S. degree in Jewell or remove the L ,." v 'eeeee Kerry wereguestsof Mr. and Birrell home. Laurie Birrell Hastings Welding 1950 from Kearney State County anent notes substitute onemade Mrs. Erwin Sweet Sunday spent Monday with Mrs Greg Supply 13.02 CoUege, andhisM.A. Degree in pipe that is 6 1f O Ne ) evening. They enjoyed colored Birrell and sons. General Learning 1.960 from the University of By Darre! D. Hosie. Flatten the spray slides and tapes which Dr.Wednesday evening guests of Corporation 120.78 Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. " " larger operations, tm By Mrs. RusseliHale and Mrs. Harold Braun in Dennis Sweet had sent from Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Lind-SehoolSpec.Supply 11.21 He and his wife Lucille live With more and more farmers pump that will Mr. and Mrs. Chester Superior. Kora, where he is serving with berg in Courtland were Mr. and Stephenson School in Los Angeles. ' ' storing or planning to store fumigant from the McGulre of Peublo, Colo., spent Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hanson the Armed Forces. Mrs. J E. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs Supply 55.78 l1 ............... ~ . grain, consideration should be container. Apply fro went to Lincoln Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell Kenneth Tuley and Mr. andMcGraw Hill 55.06 .............. i given to protecting it from in- Tuesday evening with Rev. and spend the weekend with their and children of Mankato were Mrs. Jim Purcell. Hammond & Stephens 4.58 sects. A protective fumigant the bin, close it up, enter for at least 2,4 bl Mrs. Peter Grucano. daughter, Mrs. Steve Bennett, Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel and Pedersen Lbr. Co. 708.92 ............ should be applied six weeks of some mixtures are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reichen of and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and Kent of Superior were Wed- Donna corman 3.00 St. Paul Evangelical after grain goes into the bin. but .don't skimp Denver visited Irene Nelson and other relatives in this corn- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stratman sons. nesday evening supper guests of James Miller made a motion Lutheran Church: Rev. Lon L. Where grain is stored under Amounts will vary munity a couple of days last and Amy of Sterling, Neb., and Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and to accept bills, seconded by Don DuBois, pastor, ideal conditions, one fumigation ferent grain storage Mr. and Mrs. Greg Jensen of Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin sons. Delka Motion carried. Calendar for Sunday, Oct 14: annually should be efficient, wood bins vs. m(Ul week. Friday evening they were Lincoln visited the ladies' went to Guide Rock and at- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn of Don Delka made a motion to 9:45, Sunday school; 11:00, Regular inspection of grain is low dockage, and bil all dinner guests of Carl Nelson at a care in Hardy. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe tended a pot luck supper of the Suposior were Tuesday at-buy a whirlpool, seconded by worship with the family, a must. Grain should be moisture. Labels sho Pedersen, over the weekend, high school faculty and school ternoon visitors in the Ralph El'don Etizmann. Motion The evangelism and checked atleast monthly during enough information{ Mrs. Al Arrasmith and Scot Gerald Persinger of Grand board members, and Preston Gunn homes, carried, stewardship committees are to the fall. A standard grain probe the amount needed. retrunedSept 27 from their trip Island, who spent the weekend Miss LaRae Eitzmann spent Minutes were read and ap- attend a workshop at St Paul may be used. If hot spots are to Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henriques with his grandmother, Edna the weekend with her father, Ha rdy Boa rd proved. Lutheran Church, Hastings, at 3 found look closely for insects. Roper, called at the Pedersen Eldon Eitzmann, and her Of Education Don Delka made a motion to o'clock Sunday. - The presence of insects signals A fatal accident hat and Joan of Enterprise, Kan., home. sisters, They and the Stanley adjourn seconded by Eldon in a lifetime. visited Mrs. O. R. Parker from The Union Church of Hardyan immediate fumigation. Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Don Gaston, manager of the Ling family of Edgar visited Hardy Board of EducationEitzmann. Motion carried.Pastor D. Trucano. minister Fumigation is simple but -----'-" Parker receivedarequestfrom Co-op Elevator, and the beard Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann met Oct. 1, 1973, with Don Marjorie Blair Church school l"a.ca = m" important. Too many farmers Giant eombinest ............... enough wheat in just ( theSabbath School Department of directors and their wives Sunday evening Delka, James Miller, Eldon Secretary Mrs Mabel _.,.,,fail to use good apphcatmn Cra.,,,, . . make 20,000 loaV of theGeneral Conference of the attended the annual meeting of Guests of Pastor and Mrs. Eitzmann, Bill Corman, superintendent techmques. What is the proper 7th Day Advent church to write the Farmland Industries at Lon DuBois Sunday were his Marjorie Blair and Supt. Robert Van Ornam Morn Z worship, 11:00 a.m. !.eclmique? Simply .this: Apply while automatic allow "ust one oDerat Finger Plays. The General Grand Island Tuesday evening, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keeney present, completes course . " That Rnd, " me fumigant to beam an even,] -- Sermon He ................ Conference is the World Those attending were Mr. and DuBois, and an uncle, Claire The minutes were read and Anthem bv the Harm,--,,-" - uniform distribution over the over 3,000 bales of | Headquarters of the church. Mrs. Don Gaston, Mr. and Mrs. DuBois, of Lincoln and his approved. Army Reserve Lieutenant Ushers" The ........... Robert surface of the graln. Flrst, level" . day. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Olson of Ray Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn grandmother, Mrs. Anna The following bills were Colonel Robert K. Van Ornam family" ____ the surface to allow access to Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Mr. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Weber, of Ohiowa. They were presented for payment: son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. We esdav ........ W T r IT , ,,,n the. entire.b " area and an . even Tobacco is grown iJ and Mrs. Ray Fulfs of Missouri Bouray, Mr. and Mrs. Larsjoined in the evening by Dr. and Village of Hardy $36.00Van Ornam, Hardy, completed meetinJz ............ at Belleville Ad, lt Thdistn aUtmnl of the . fumigant. 50 states on approxi Valley Iowa, were Sunday Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. Ruben Swanson for supper Petty Cash 10.00Part II of the command and choir practice, 7:30 p.m.on pp y the fumigant as ahalf million farms. dinner guests of Thelma Earl Newell. prior to the installation services F.U. Coop 7.00 general staff officer course, Thursday, OCt. 18, Woman's coarse si '.ay. Apply. heawer Mickelsen. Mr. Olson is aMr. andMrs. Don Gaston and in St. Paul Lutheran Church. Ne Public Power 93.53non-resident-resident, at the Christian Union 2"an "m" amounts m areas ot severe brother of Mrs. Mickelsen and JoDawn went to the HarlanDr. Swanson is president of Senior class 71.94United States Army Command Devotions Jean t-...:,infestation, but cover all of the Stei ; . . County reservoir SaturdayL.C.A. of the Nebraska Synod Activity Fund 27.00and General Staff CollegeProD-ram"You and v, i,,, surface because most hqmd Mrs. Fulfs is a sister, The fog where they met Mr. and Mrs. and was the installing officer Lincoln telephone 47.49(CGSC), Ft. Leavenworth, Kin. Ethvi'e Hostesses. fumigants are heavier than air must have covered quite aFranKs Fry of Juniata, for a for the installation of Pastor Soviet Life 1.95 The graduates complete the Clark, Marie Sorensen," ora odwn . awi . Su VimllucP :ttr: territory as they drove in fog all weekend of camping. DuBois. The Highsmith Co. 42.69first half of the course by Gillilan, Martha Day, Pearl ..... the way. Arlen Mickeisen received a Mr. and Mrs. BOb Jensby and Litton Ed. correspondence or through U.S. Myler mtmmon. Open 7 days ea Mr. and Mrs. Lane Anderson knee injury in football Friday family, Lisa Edwards and Mr. Publishing 20.46Army Reserve School at- " -------- A garden sprayer can be used featuring and Stephanie have moved into evening and is having to get and Mrs. Leslie Jensby ofMcMillan Publishing tendance. They then attend a Pressey State Special Use for small operations. Enlarge Homecooked the Neff Walker mobile home in around on crutches. Superior went to Friend Sunday Company 25.41seven-week period of resident Area near oconto consists of the opening of the spray disc to Steaks, Seafood, 0 west Hardy. Mr. Anderson is an Terry Mickelsen was at home where they attended a picnic of Allyn & Bacon 20.67instruction at the CGSC. The 1,524 acres the diameter of an 8-penny nail, engineer atthechannel,l station Thursday and Friday, during the Harling relatives. Morris Houghton Mifflin 9.32resident portion is subdivided Soups, Sendwk and Stephanie is a freshman in his quarter break from his Jensby was home from his PopularSeience 3.00 into three and four-week parts Iomemad#Pi Hardy High School. schooling at Milford. Nancy school work at Lincoln and Modern Linen so students can either attend Worried about the propane shorta ,ce, ies, Su ' Mrs. Harry Webber and Mrs. Mickeisen and Steve Breault accompanied them. Beth Service 15.90two successive summers or two Dry your grain with natural air. Use ,ge .iquoram Martin Dahl went to Beloit came home for the weekend Jensby was an overnight guest Business Stimulus 15.69sessions during the same year. Off sale beer Sunday afternoon to attend an with their paronts. Nancy had to of Lisa Edwards Sunday. lnnovationsAssoc. 45.00 The course is designed to Airmaster aeration fans and tubes. art exhibit. Ralph Williams visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Da d. Mr. and Mrs. Exal Zoltenko and Hazel Rhoads went to Hastings Monday where Mr. Exal Zoltenko had a check-up on his kneeon which he recently had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. briand Elmore of Cowgil, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hatmer of Odessa, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copes. The Elmores have bought a small acreage at Cowgil and have a few chickens and hogs. Other guests in the Copes home during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Petersen of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Art Pedersen of Nora, and their son, Burley, of Beatrice. They all helped Mrs. Copes observe her birthday which was Thursday. Ladies from Hardy who at- tended the Woman's Club convention in the Clarke Hotel in Hastings last week were Mrs. Hugh Copas, Mrs. Jerome Kohl, Orpha Lee Perry, Mrs. John Keeney and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Superior. Sunday dinner guests in the Nels Sorensen home in honor of Mr. Sorensen's birthday which was OCt. 8, were Helen Nelson of Ruskin, Lillian Eddy and granddaughter, Debby, of Beatrice, Mr. and Mrs, Gary Bergen and children of Fair- bury, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hansen and Vonda, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorensen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jansen went to Clay Center, Kan., Friday to view the tornado damage and to visit Mr. Jen- sen's daughter, Mrs. Mark Berger, and family. The Bergers had part of the roof taken off their house and windows broken but none of them were hurt. Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen were dinner guests of and Mrs. Nels Sorensen at a cafe in Superior Thursday evening. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen called on Magdalena Jensby in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior and Mrs. Joe Calder and Mrs. Orval Bargen in the Nuckolls County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen went to Exeter Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Jansen's son, Wayne Moore, and family. They visited relatives from Iowa, who were guests in the Mooore home. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Epke visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka Sunday afternoon. Elaine Delka and Bob Meggitt were Sunday evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry visited Mr, and Mrs. Joe Train in Superior Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley of Hastings visited Clair Henry Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Calder, jr., and sons of Fairbury came Saturday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder and Mr. II Ill Ifl Rhoads Secretaria I Building Phone 879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Neb. I I I I,IH I return to her school work at Hastings but Steven had Monday at home, Columbus Day being observed Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Petersen and Kristy of Endicott, Neb4 were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Petersen at Republic Monday evening. Miss Janet Perry, who works at Ord, Neb., spent the weekend with her mother, Orpha Lee Perry, and Pat. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hayes in Superior Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper and Ethel Briggs went to Salina Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jones and Jennifer. Mr. and Mrs. Derman Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry and Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Pedersen went to the Neis Sorensen home early Monday morning to surprise them with a birthday breakfast for Mr. Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Czirr were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr and David in Superior. They were joined by Mrs. Loren Dunbar and sons of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop spent Saturday in Superior with Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart. Mr. and Mrs. Barrels and Kim of Lincoln spent the weekend with Mrs. Barrel's mother, Sadie Rhoads. Ella Summers of Superior was a Sunday guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jhn Healey, and family. In the afternoon they, Bobby, Daryl and Cheryl Healey, called on Mrs. Dwight Marr at Lovewell. Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney went to Hastings Sunday and visited his sister, Mrs. Gladys Beitler. Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kohi visited Mrs. Marvin Thayer Sunday afternoon. Mr. Thayer is still in the hospital in Des Moines, Iowa, where he had knee surgery. He thinks he'll get to come home the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman, Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and daughters and Mrs. Bud Hansen took Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gunn of Edgar to Hastings Friday. Mrs. Erich Sender of DOr- Lincoln Journal chester came Sunday for a Marie Sorensen couple of days visit with her Time &Life parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Superior Express Kieckner. Sargent Welch _= _ = = _ = = _ = = =_ _ = ....... Auerbach Publishers By Mrs. Preston Gunn Mrs. J. E. Ayers entertained the Jewell-Republic County Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson were at Imperial, Nab., Wed- nesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hobson and Tony were in Manhattan Saturday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson and Leon and Scott Hobson. They also visited with the C. F. Hobson family of Wichita. Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Hobson's daughtm, patti and Debb part t lU e band day activities at the football game. Ann Hobson was a Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, Cara and Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bagley and daughters spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Shaw and daughter in Superior Saturday evening guests in the Marvin Harper home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Runyon of Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Budreau, Steve and Christine of Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gurm were in Boloit Thursday. Thursday evening guests in the Ralph Gunn home to help Mr. and Mrs. Gunn celebrate their 51st wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gtmn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Guun and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell, Laurie and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Elaine went to Auburn Sunday to visit Mrs. Hobson's mother, Mrs. Tracey Mueller, at the Nemaha County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell, Eric and Aaron were Sunday 15.60prepare selected officers for 10.00high positions at division and 20.84command levels. 16.05Col. Van Ornam is a 6.14 mathematics instructor at 5.46 Cuiver City (Calif.) high school. :i i if:i=