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i!i ii i!ii!i :i!~!:i CHURCH NEWS 2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7 ii! Thursday, October 18, 1973 Local News ..... By Mrs. Hubert Henry Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. Trucano visited their son, Vernon, and family in Ot- tumwa, Iowa, last week, Tuesday to Friday. On their way home they had to detour in Iowa and Nebraska because of the flooded highways at Lucas, Iowa, and at Beatrice. During the year Missouri has had 100 inches of rain. The storm Tuesday night caused quite a lot of damage in this area. Ralph Salyard had several things burn out, his telephone, his electric range, and furnace. At the KHTL tower north of town, there was some damage. Miss Dianne Vorderstrasse spent the weekend of Oct. 7 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vorderstrasse, at Glenvil. Mrs. Eda Bruns of Superior spent Tuesday afternoon with Irene Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Per- singer went to Salina Oct. 8 where Mr. Persinger had a series of tests. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Caron and Tana of Colorado Springs were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Danny Fuller, and other relatives. Mrs. Caron is the former Sally Fuller. Mrs. Glenn Edwards en- te/'tained a group of ladies in her home Monday morning. Mrs. Herbert Jensen attended the district convention of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Hastings Sunday. She is the District Americanism Chair- man. Her sister, Esther Schlamann, Superior, ac- companied her to Hastings. They also visited another sister, Mrs. Vic Anderson, in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rashleigh celebrated their 51st anniversary visiting relatives in Munden, Kan., and visiting friends, who were ill. Mrs. Glen Colburn of Superior and daughter, Mrs. George Latham of Manitou, Colo., were visRing in the Hardy com- munity Sunday. Mrs. Ed Nelson and her sisters, Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen, Mrs. Addis Jensen and Mrs. John Kaldehl, were in Hastings Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorenmm and Mrs. Gary Bargen, Jed and Tirnmy of Fairbury were in Lincoln Friday. They had to detour south of Falrbury on account of flooding of the Blue River. The Harmonettes met with Herbert Pedersen Wed- nesday night for practice. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen visited his mother, Mrs. Anton Jenshy, in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior Sunday afternoon, and then went on to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell family in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pedersen went to Burwell, Neb., Friday to visit their son, Dr. Richard Pedersen, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hansen of Lake Havasu, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wessel of Green Bush, Wisc., visited the Joe Pedersen family from Monday to Wednesday. Mr. Wessel is a brother of Mrs. Hansen and they are' ac- companying them to Lake Havasu. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray went to Omaha on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards, Becky and Randy went to Ft. Sill Friday to see Greg Ed- wards, who is in training there. They returned home Sunday. The Jewell Social Circle was cancelled last Thm'sday on account of the rain and flooding. But the Hardy members, having their food ready, were prepared to go ahead and enjoy an all day quilting. There were eight members present, and two visitors, Mrs. R. J. Hale and Mrs. Irene Nelson, came in the afternoon. The Danish Brotherhood held a Halloween masquerade Saturday night in Ruskin. Those attending from Hardy were Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Morten Jensen spent Sunday evening at the Jens Hoyer home. Jay Jensen came home from Curtis, Neb., and Jolene Jensen from Kearney College for the homecoming Friday night, and spent the weekend with home folks. Joe Gillilan of Dwight, Kan., Clair Henry, Rev. and Mrs. Peter Trucano, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gillilan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hale Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Tomlin- son, Joan and Linda of Lincoln came Saturday to spend the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Pete Molgard. Mrs. J. A. Rhoads and Mrs. Exal Zoltenko went to Wichita Sunday by bus to visit Dale Zoltenko, who is attending school there. They returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kohl, Lori, Juiie and Jeff of Lincoln came Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ward of Denver came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl. She was Maxine Magee, a cousin of Mrs. Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barrett of Hays, Kan., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensby. Morris Jenshy came home Friday evening from Lincoln to spend the weekend, and to attend the homecoming Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett and Morris visited their aunt, Tena Calder, in the Superior hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby went to Geneva Hospital Sun- day to see his brother, Art. They report he is improving. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Andersen of Sheffield, Iowa, came Wednesday to visR at the Keith Lance home. They brought Mrs. Ross Lance of the Samaritan Center to their home every day to visit with them, and Mr. Lance. Friday Mrs, Andersen, Dagmar Lance and Daisy Lance went to Nelson to visR Mrs. Earl Lewis, at the Samaritan Home there. The Andersens returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Don- dlinger, Ted and Sam of Ann Sweet celebrated her birthday at home with Sunday dinner for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet and Rick Alexander of Superior. Open 7 days each week featuring Homecooked Dinners Steaks, Seafood, Chicken, Soups, Sandwiches Homemade Pie Groceries, Sundries Package Liquor and Beer Off sale beer Sunday afternoons Wednesday Special Roast Beef Dinner Served $-9 p.m. 10.24-73 VILLAGE INN Hardy, Nebraska IIIII I I I Shickley spent Saturday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance, and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fry entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ferguson Tuesday evening for Wayne's birthday. The Perry Gydeson family called on Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen Monday night on their wedding anniversary. Mrs. Thomas Petersen of Superior spent Wednesday in the Harvey Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Petersen and Kristie Sue of Endicott spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen of Clay Center, Neb., spent Sunday afternoon and evening with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Johanson of Republic visited Sunday af- ternoon in the Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl and Mrs. Marvin Thayer went to Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday to get Marvin, who has been in the hospital there for knee surgery. He is able to walk with the aid of crutches. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Dor- man Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen celebrated Mr. Sorensen's birthday Thursday night at a dinner in Superior. Mrs. Ralph Briggs, Mrs. Gayle Gunn and Mrs. Jim Healey and Cheryl called on Ella Summers of Webber Sunday aRernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cordis, Teryl and Julie and Mr. and Mrs. Vlnton Clark spent Sunday evening with the Jim Healey family. Robert Healey celebrated his birthday Wednesday by having Reggie Simonsen spend the night with him. Daryl Healey spent the night with Leslie Simons~. Friday night Janice Mickelsen was a guest of Cheryl Healey. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fowler (Inez Sisson) of Glendale, Calif., andMr, and Mrs. Arthur Hayes (Katherine Sisson) of Deweese called at the Max Bixby home last Wednesday. Mrs. Flower and Mrs. Hayes are sisters, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sisson, and cousins of Mr. Bixby. Pastor DuBois' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard BuBois, of Lincoln and his grandmother, The ACAPULCO E3721L Super sharp! Big-screen! Compact! Brilliant 16" diagonal portable Chromacolor. Deluxe two-tone cabinet in Beige with contrasting Dark Brown front. High-Performance Chassis. Super Video Range Tuning System, Top carry handle. The BERMUDA E4001W A big family-size 19" diagonal Chromacolor picture in a compact cabinet in grained American Walnut color. Over 90% Solid-State Titan 101 Chassis. Solid-State Super Video Range Tuning System. Automatic Tint Guard. The SANTIAGO E4713W Smart Modern styled lowboy 25" diagonal Chromacolor console, Genuine oil finished Walnut veneers top and ends. Front and legs of richly-grained simulated wood material. Over 90% Solid-State Titan 101 Chassis. Solid-State Super Video Range Tuning System. Chromatic One-button Tuning. AFC. STOP IN IrgDM Mrs. Anna Weber, Ohiowa, came last Monday in honor of the pastor's and his father's birthdays. Pastor and Mrs. I.on DuBois accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Adler to the Evangelism Worship in Hastings last Sunday. had a medical check-up. This Sunday, the Luther Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager, League plan to attend the Derek and Deana of Ben- showing of the film, "Isn't it nington, Neb., spent the goodto know," at the Wesleyan weekend with Mrs. Emma Church in Superior. Leaguers Stenson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil should be ready to leave the Hall. church at Hardy by 7 o'clock. Ethel Simmons spent the Oct. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 8 weekend with Mrs. Elmer Joe Pedersen and Pastor and Lauritzen in Wichita. Mrs. DuBois attended an == ................... ~ Mrs. Anona Milner of Evangelism worship meeting ~_|_ Belleville visited Ethel Sim- held at St. Paul's Lutheran in O~[rl, mons from Monday until Hastings. Plans and practices By Mrs. Preston Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe and Beclty were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Headrick and Sherry at Jewell. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and family for a picnic dinner at I~vewell Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham and Barbara of Salina, Mrs. Anna Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe of Superior and Brent Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenson and Mr, and Mrs. Elvin Hobson went to the Bill Roe home Saturday evening to surprise them and help them celebrate Thursday. of witnessing were discussed Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn along with the showing of the were in Concordia Monday on film strip, "One Plus One," business. Looking Ahead Mrs. Greg Birrell visited in Sunday, Oct. 21, 9:45 a.m. Lindsborg, Kan., Friday. Eric Sunday school; 11:00 a.m. and Aaron Birrell spent Friday Worship with the family; and with Mrs. Bill Hamel and Kent 7:00 p.m. Luther League. Tuesday, OCt. 23:4:00 p.m. in Superior. Junior choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gunn, Wednesday, Oct. 24:4:00 p.m. Angela and Darrin of Superior Junior confirmation class; 7:00 were Sunday evening supper p.m. Singers practice; 8:00 guests in the Preston Gunn p.m., choir practice. home. Thursday, Oct. 25:4:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, guests in the their wedding anniversary. Dr. Jan R. Ayers and children of Grand Island were Sunday afternoon visitors in the J. E. Ayers home. Mrs, Emma Stenson returned home Tuesday. She had spent I0 days in the Jim Cromwell home at Salina, helping take care of her new granddaughter, Jamie Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Van Meter went to Grand Junction, Colo., Thursday. They planned to hunt deer in the mountains while they were there. Brad and Brain Van Meter are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meggitt, in Republic. Brent is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kier and Walter Kier of Vernal, Utah, called on Pauline Aurand Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gunn and Mrs. DOn Gunn were in Hastings Monday. Mr. Gunn Mrs. Ruby Calahan and home. George Cordel were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer were Sunday Anderson. ,- Mr. and Mrs. David Reppart and Kathy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin and Lynae. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Struss and Dixie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harring~on and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan and J. D. Anderson of Deshler were coffee guests in the Darrell business Harrington home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Art Representing the Nebraska called on Mr. and Arts Council and Kearney State Paulsen Sunday College, the cast of "Storythe evening they Theatre" will be on tour Vern Hutchinson beginning Oct. 16, and will b~ at Gayle Lynn Stuhr Museum at Grand Island Friday night on Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. Barbara parents, Mr. Gillan is a member of the cast. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Davenport. Paul Hutchin~n, Jeffrey were guests of Mr. Hutchinson. Mary Lonsdale Levom Moore Monday Mr. and Mrs. were in York Miss Mary Lonsdale was a Mrs. Levonn Sunday afternoon guest in the Sondra attended Roy Lonsdale home in Senior confirmation class. Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn, Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m. League Rhonda Peterson and Alecia Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gunn, Mrs.Halloween party. Santoos of Kenesaw were Charles Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. =~: _ ~ _ = ............... , Darrell Birrell attended Friday overnight guests in the Levonn Peterson home. They attended the home coming game at Nelson. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Peterson took them to Hastings for the Hastings- Doane College game. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan and Terry were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, jr., Nancy and Tim were visitors in the evening. Letha Lewis was a Friday overnight guest of Lynae Scroggin to celebrate Lynae's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Hinz and family were Friday evening memorial services for Mrs. Ada Kier at Courtland Saturday. The Union Church of Hardy: Peter D. Trucano, minister. Church school. 10:00 a.m. Superintendent, Mrs. Mabel Crandall. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "Why the Righteous Suffer." Antem by the adult choir. Ushers: Bill and Kerry Carman and David and Derick Petersen. Youth Fellowship, 5:00 p.m. Thm'sday, Oct. 18, Woman's Christian Union, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, council meeting, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, The Gideon banquet at the Leslie Hotel, 6:30 p.m. Children Bible Hour, Oct. 31, 3:30 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church: Rev. I.~n L. DuBOis, pastor. Mrs. Homer Seefeld Mrs. Ruth Snyder called on Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin Wednesday morning. Mrs. LeAnn Hamilton and Colleena were Wednesday afternoon and supper guests in the Merlin Luben home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Marr were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Marr in Manhattan. They also visited with their daughter, Kathy, who has employment in Manhattan. Miss Gene Moore visited in the John Scroggin home shower honoring in Fairfield sunday Miss Johnson is Kenneth Wolfe, a Mrs. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. F, and Mrs. Helen Anna Link in the Hospital MondaY. hospitalized with a of food Oak NeWS Sunday Superintendent, Worship hour, evening service, 8: Rural Rena Ouding Worried about the propane shortage? Dry your grain with natural air. Use A,rmaster aeration fans and tubes. Order yours nowl PAUL'S FEED & GRINDING SERVICE Call Collect--Phone 279-3465, Hardy,,Nebraska i DIAGONAL HAGONAL DIAGONAL *BRILLIANT CHROMACOLOR PICTURE *DEPENDABLE ZENITH PERFORMANCE *DISTINCTIVE DECOHATIVE STYLING ...CHOOSE THE SCREEN SIZE THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU I Television & Electric "Superior's Servicing Dealer" As I have moved to a smaller home, I will offer for the following described property at my home, west of the Community Hall in Ruskin, Neb., at 1:00 p.m., on Large side board or buffet Large dresser Trunk Secretary Very old picture frames Some dishes Water pitcher with 12 glasses Gas lamp and lantern, with mantels Flat irons 2 Old cream seperators Coal bucket and shovel Stone jars, jugs and bottles Iron butchering kettle Sausage grinder Lard press Large phonograph 2 Kerosene heaters Iron skillets Square table with six chairs 2 Rockers 3 Old mirrors 3 Pho albums, very old i,i Bent wood chair with Several other chairs Kitchen cabinet 3 Old radios Stand tables Lap robe Waffle iron 2 Antique wheel chairs Some toys Complete set of school 75 to 80 years old, to 8 Lots of other books Old school desks 3 Iron beds and springs Library table leg table Kitchen table with four Dro leaf table Qui t scraps Several trays on stand Some odd dishes Lots of jars, all sizes Wooden butter bowl and pad-Jelly glasses with lids die 300-gallo gas barrel with Old electric lamps [ stand . * , . ,,(#' Terms. Cash. No property removed until setUeu All prcperty at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Auctioneer: Gale Mikkelsen, Complete Auction