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2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 8, 1973 Hardy Local News..... By Mrs. Hubert Henry Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Withem of Mondamin, Iowa, called on Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. Trucano Thursday enroute to Greeley, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Withem have an apple orchard in that part of Iowa. There were more than 40 youth and Counselors attending the volleyball game last Sunday evening in the Community Hall with the Luther League and the Union Youth Fellowship. The Jewell Social Circle will meet with Mrs. Jess Fuller on Thursday Nov. 8. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Hugh Gillilan, Mrs. J. A. Rhoads, Mrs. Walter Czirr, Mrs. Guy I.oop, Mrs. Martin Dalai and Mrs. Morton Jensen. Quilt piecing will be the order of the day. Mrs. Addis Jensen, Mrs. Art Moran, Mrs. Forrest Dillon, Mrs. John Kaldahl and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen of Ruskin spent Wednesday with Mrs. Ed Nelson helping her with some quilting for a Colorado friend. Mrs. Eda Bruns came on Tuesday to help quilt. Mrs. Guy Scott has returned home from a long stay at the Nuckolls County Hospital. Hardy was well represented at the Women's Club Con- vention in Ruskin last Tuesday. The following attended: Mrs. Hugh Copas, Mrs. Hubert Simonsen, Mrs. Joe Pedersen, Mrs. Elmer Perry, Mrs. John Keeney, Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Mrs. Jerome Kohl and Charlotte Peckham. Carl and Velma Bothwell of Toppenish, Wash., visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl Monday afternoon. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Oral Dart of Santa Ana, Calif., and Eriand Dahl of Republic called on Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl. Mr. Dart is an old friend of Martin and formerly of Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Washington returned Friday from a ten-day vacation in the Ozarks. They visited friends and relatives in Missouri and Arkansas, and attended the Eureka Springs, Ark., Folk Festival. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Nielsen of Sioux City, Iowa, came Saturday and stayed until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Washington. Mrs. Washington and Mrs. Nielsen are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen are on their way to visit a daughter in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bockholdt and family visited Mr. and Mrs. I~onard Dorn and family at Adams, Neb. Sunday. Coming home they stopped at Beatrice to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Dorn. Paul Hill and family of Rock Bluffs, Nob., came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs.Vern Hill. Thursday evening Mrs. Vernon Day, Mrs. E. A. Hanson, Mrs. Gayle Gunn and Mrs. Ed Nelson went to Superior to have supper with Mrs. Albert Petersen, and celebrate Mrs. Nelson's birthday. Mrs. Verne Hill, Mrs. E. A. Hanson and Mrs. Ed Nelson went to Chester Monday evening. The Library hours are 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday. Mrs. R. J. Hale and Charlotte Peckham, librarians. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl went to Lincoln Sunday to visit their son, Jerry, and family. Ralph Salyard spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Gass in Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elliot spent the weekend with the Robert Jensby family. Morris Jensby came home this weekend from the University to tend to his corn picking. He returned to Lincoln Sunday afternoon, taking Mrs. Jack Fischer to the Lincoln Airport to return to her home in Brea, Calif. She has been here several weeks to help her family while her mother is in the hospital. Art Jensby returned to his home in Davenport Saturday, after a few weeks' stay in the hospital in Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensby attended the funeral of Axel Hagensen in Fremont on Tuesday. He was an uncle of Mrs. Jensby. He suffered a heart attack a month ago and was apparently recovering. Bruce Meyer, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer bad surgery in Hastings on Friday for a locked knee suf- fered in an accident in a football game. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fischer of Mankato called on Mr. and Mrs. Don VanOrnam Thursday afternoon. She was formerly Pearl Mullins, who taught at the Rosemound School for six "ears. Oct. 26 Mrs. Gary Bargen, Jed and Christy of Fairbury and Mrs. Nels Sorensen went to Lincoln to consult an eye doctor for Kimberley. In the afternoon the children attended the Cartoon Corral at KOLN. It was Jed's fifth birthday. Then this Friday they returned to Lincoln with Mrs. Glen Edwards for treatment for Kimberly's eye. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meek of Holtville, Calif., were here visiting her mother, Mrs. Anton Jensby, this week. They also visited with Mrs. Ernest Nelson in Ruskin, and her brother, Nels Sorensen, in Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Meek, Mr. and Mrs. Eiler Svendsen of Nelson and Mrs. Ernest Nelson at a care in Ruskin Monday evening. Mrs. Nels Sorensen spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Fairbury with the Gary Bargen family, while Kimberly Bargen was in Bryan Memorial Hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen and Mrs. Glen Edwards were in Hastings Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen went to Beatrice Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Bus Eddy. Saturday evening they called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen. Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell, I~ri and Shelley of Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen and T. J. were coffee guests at the Glen Harold Persinger Oct. 24. Mrs. Swisher is the former Jean Persinger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Per- singer and family visited Shirlene Rust and Mrs. Alvina McNeal, Todd and Scott in Lincoln Oct. 26 and 27. They celebrated the birthday an- niversaries of Lisha Persinger and Scott McNeal. Lisha and Mrs. Morton Jensen has had Edwards home Monday quilters at her house every day forenoon. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Paterson Mr. and Mrs. Del Swisher of and Kristy of Endicott, Nob., Salina visited Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. John Jansen of Clay Center were dinner guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen and Marlene spent Sunday evening with the Harvey Paterson family. Community Club meeting Monday The Hardy Community Club Sandy appeared on the Cartoon will have its regular meeting Corral program on KOLN-TV. Monday evening, Nov. 12. The Sunday Sandy was helping her speaker will be Pat Duggin of dad when she stepped on a nail First Mid-America of Omaha. and had to have a tetanus shot. The Women's Christian Union She had an unfavorable reac- will serve supper. Bradley Blair tion which kept her out of school is the president. The program is several days. on buying and selling grain on Mr, and Mrs. Walter Czirr future markets. All men in- went to Hastings a week ago to terested in the future market visit Mrs. Loren Dunbar and are invited. sons, Mrs. Czirr stayed the week, and Mrs. Dunbar brought her home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry St. Paul Evangelical attended the Belleville Supper Lutheran Church: Rev. Loll L. (1) Kevin and Brian Miller, (2) Leeann Rowley, back, with Rex and MarJorle Rowley, (3) Cheryl Healey, Mrs. Jim Newell with daughter, Melissa, Dixie (1) Melonie Vorderstrasse, Bobby Healey, Sandra Perslnger, Kathy Collop, back, Michelle Vorderstrasse in front, (2) Randy Edwards, Bobby Brown, Katherine Brown, back, Tommy Sorensen almost hidden behind his brother, T. J., (3) Leeann Rowley, beck, and Kandy Fuller, (4) (1) Donna and Buddy Rowley, back, Jimmie and TImmie Roberts, front; (2) Jo Dawn Gasfon, Cindy Delka, back, Casandra and Hermle Curfman, back, (3) Philip Staler as the Frito Bandito, (4) Scot Arasmith, Randy Collop, Mike Long, front, (5) Larry Hoshaw, Jerry Hoshaw, Sparkles Richardson, Terry Richardson, front, Rennie Richardson, front. COLLECT $29,00 FOR UNICEF. The fifth and sixth grades of the Hardy Public School solicited the town for United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF) on the afternoon of Oct. 31 and collected more than $29.00, all of which will go to help feed hungry children in all parts of the world. From the left: Cindy Delka, Lisha Persinger, Susan Pedersen, Lindee Hill, Randy Collop, Lisa Edwards, Bobby Healey, Sharon Gydesen (teacher), Randy Edwards, Larry Hoshaw, Jo Dawn Gaston, Phtllip Schlueter, Katherine Brown. Scot Arasmith, a member of this group, was BI and could notbe in the picture. --Photos by Max Bixby will be at St. Paul's with Rev. Good Samaritan Center ser- Peter Trucano as the speaker, vice, 1:30 apm. at the Salem Lutheran Church, The service has been scheduled Monday, Nuckolls County with noon carry-in meal and for Wednesday night, Nov. 21; Pastor's and wives association business session. at 7:30. The Luther League is Club in Belleville Saturday DuBois, pastor. evening, and enjoyed an in- Sunday, Nov. II; 9:45 a.m. teresting talk by the director of Sunday school; 11:00 a.m. nlanning to serve a soup supper admissions at the Concordia worship with the family, after the service. Junior College, Wally Carleson, On Monday morning, the The Union Church of Hardy: m= entitled "The Lamplighters." Christian Service Committee Peter D Trucano, minister. I Mr. andMrs. RussellHaleleft packed two boxes of children's Chur~fl~ school, 10:00 a.m. clothing andadultalSOclothingpacked 38 for the ~E~--~ [ '//~ =" Wednesday for Oklahoma City, " Classes for all ages. Mrs. Mabel and a check-up for Mr. Hale. pounds of Crandall, superintendent I They spent the weekend with his Christian World Service Morning worship, 11:~ a.m. daughter, Mrs. W. E. Wright, clothing appeal. Sermon, "Over-come the and husband at Cordell, Okla. Plans are being made for ~e emotion of Fear." Anthem by/" End unnecessary Because of the weather report, Thanksgiving service that is the Harmonettes. Ushers: they returned home Saturday held jointly with the Union Clyde Cramer Dwayne Dahl trips to mailbox... - ear - ---' -"-~ ....... ' Church The serwee this y H Gill an afternoon. They report seeing "~ " " III "il Einer Hansen. FOREVER! the Little Sahara National Park in Oldahoma, with sand dunes, ~ ~ I~l~ g~ LESSENS CHANCE OF THEFT no more and a camel, and other animals. ~ ~ watching for mail carrier! COMPLETELY Mrs. Vern Fuller has been ~)~ AUTOMATIC! Trips when carrier opens box. stayingHubert Simonsen,With her daughter,this summer.Mrs' [~ INSTALLS IN SECONDS! No tools or This week she left for Hen- ~ drilling needed! $3.95 derson, Nev., to be with another [::[ [Nowyou can stay inside until signaled that your mail son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I::I [_,~.._- has arrived. Fluorescent red flag pops up when I ~l~ carr.ier opens box. Easily resets when you remove and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. L--d [-Ikll"- mail.. We are happy tO report Ar- ~ [ postpaid, tax included. hold Simonsen was released Marl Orders to: STEPSAVER from the hospital Saturday and P.O. Box 7256, Nashville, Tenn. 37210 is recuperating at home. ~ ~ !i!!~i;i~! ~i!i 'i Delka, back, Paula Hill and Roxle Collop, front, (4) Susan Pedersen, Mickelsen, Lisa Eitzmann. ii i Machele Hansen, Teresa Long and Michael Hansen, (5) Buddy Piper, Lindee Hill, Loren man, back, Michelle and Phlllip Piper in front. Will Start Serving at 5:30 p.m. Prizes At Close of Business Meeting to Follow the Supper Election of 2 Directors All Stockholders, Their Families and Friends Are Urged To Be Present I H .......... Phone 279-3515 Don Gaston, Manager Hardy, Nebrasl