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~TitE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 15, 1973 New;i . By Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Harry Webber, Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Mrs. Ernest Andreasen, Mrs. Frank Herrmann and Mrs. Glen Andreason attended the Jewell County Extension meeting in Mankato last Monday. Following the meeting in Mankato Mrs. Herrmann, Mrs. Glen Andreason, Mrs. Webber and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen went to Belleville and visited the Craft Day display. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Graham of Kansas City came Sunday for a few days of hunting and to visit Mrs. Star Vale. Barbara Behrends arrived Saturday from Washington, D.C., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,Behrends. Judy Behrends of Omaha also spent the weekend in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Humistan of Newton and Mrs. John Basoni of Halstead visited Sunday with Carrie Thomas, Blanche and Russell. Mrs. Clarence Behrends, who has been in the hospital in Concordia for nearly three weeks, was able to come home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Lawernce Both- well, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby, Mr. of Mr~ and Mrs. Carl Bliss of Marriage Dei)artment. Ivan Jacobitz and family-[ Inavale~ Neb. DeWayne Bishop, 38, and 4. _! Mr and Mrs. Jo~ Rhoe were Darlene May Bartels, 45, wereMrs. Jerry Bargen w Tuesday evening guests of Mr. married Nov. 3 by Lee Wall, coffee guest of Mrs. ! ll and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. with Clara M. Wall and Frona Jacobitz in the morning0tI Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Aspegren - son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of Nampa. Idaho, were guests of I K. Wall, as witnesses." 4. / and Mrs. Glenn Ridle, in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aspegren Calvin Lynn Jones, 23, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron porter~i Barbara Ann Soper, 24, were family were dinner gu~1 Mrs. Floy Porter in Superior. Mrs. Jim Johnson and Rebecca, of Murray, Iowa, came Saturday morning for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Les Bruntz, Oxford, Neb., were also guests at the Thomas home Sunday. Dan Davis and friends from Manhattan called at the Lawrence and Harold Bothwell homes Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Konvalin and sons spent the weekend with his brother, Ted Konvalin, and family at Nebraska City. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lange and David Switzer of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler, Karen and Mark of Pueblo, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange from Manhattan and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Gregory were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest An- dreason spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer at Nora. Mrs. Star Vale, Mrs. Anna R. Graham and Ben Young were guests of Fred Ross for lunch last Monday. Oak By Mrs. Marshall Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Joe Doyle, Mr. and of Omaha were Tuesday and Mrs. Frank Langer, Mr. and Wednesday overnight guests of Mrs. Myron Intermill, Mr. and her sister, Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mrs. Gene Frerichs, Mr. and and Mr. Myers. They came for Mrs. Paul Rathbun and Mr. and the funeral of Mr. Johnson's Mrs, Loren Roe were among mother, Mrs. Lena Johnson, those who attended the 4-H Red Cloud, which was held Achievement banquet at Wednesday afternoon at Red Mankato Saturday evening. Cloud. Mrs. Nettie Johnson and Gene Johnson also attended the service. Joy Michael went to Nampa, Idaho, Thursday to attend the funeral of his brother, Gilbert Michael. Mr. Michael had been ill for some time. Mrs. John Abel met her mother, Mrs. Clayton Hughes, at the Belleville airport Wed- nesday. Mrs. Hughes had been in St. Anthony Hospital in Denver this week for ob- servation. A Lay witness meeting is being held at the Northbranch church. The meeting opened with a supper at the church Friday evening. Agroup met for a coffee with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harrier Saturday morning before attending the Saturday meeting at the church. Mrs. Dennis Spatz and children spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz. Dennis Spatz has been transferred to Cheyenne, Wyo., and his family will be moving there soon. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and family of Ft. Collins, Colo., were last weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McMillan and Mr. and Mrs, Dan Pettit were Thursday evening coffee guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler, Karen and Mark of Pueblo spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange of Manhattan were also weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler, Mark and Karen of Pueblo, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms from Republic, Gergory Diamond of Lindsborg, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond Friday evening. Clair Roe called on Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell Friday. Verlan Broyles was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen at Superior Sunday evening for a birthday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell and children of Mankato visited at the Lawrence and Harold Bothwell homes Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herr- mann spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell. Mrs. Edwin Ross called on Mrs. Joe Konvalin Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Konvalin has not been feeling so well the past few days. Mrs. Anna R. Graham spent Thursday at the home of her this past week. Mr~ and Mrs. Marshall Bishop visited their granddaughter, Mrs. Rick ttersh, and Jeanie Ann of lnavale Friday morning. They were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Garman of Bladen. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of Alma, Neb. attended funeral services for Mrs, Platt's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rennae Worden, at Minden Thursday. They visited with her grand- daughter, Vickie Worden, of Omaha who attended the ser- vice, Lawrence By Miss Bernice Miller Mrs. Julius Karmazin is a patient at Mary Lanning Hospital, having received a back injury in a recent fall. Parent-Teacher conferences were held in St. Stephen's school Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schroer of Hastings were Sunday visitors in the Irvin Schroer home. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kim- minau were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rempe of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kimminau of Hastings and Mrs. Alex Brock- man. Leo Verkamp has returned home from a month's visit with relatives in Texas and Colorado.. Mrs. Leona Bowen of Plainview, Minn., and Mrs. Dwight Beach of Spokane, Wash., attended the funeral of their brother, Albert Hoelting, Nov. 3. Chelli and Jill Schroer visited Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lemke. Paul Hoelting of the United States Army, stationed in Germany, arrived home to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Albert Hoelting, Nov. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family of Shickley were Sunday dinner guests in the Levi Miller home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour and family of Nelson. Weekend guests in the Ral~llt Herz home were Miss Patty Herz of Rochester, Minn., Herb Herz of Mankato, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Herz and daughter and Mart~yn and Rose Herz of Lincoln. Recent visitors in the Leo Cecava home were Major and Mrs. Frank Wanek and family of Omaha and the Charles Hubl family.. Mr. and Mrs. Don Janda of St. Edward attended the funeral of THE UNIVERSITY of Nebraska-Lincoln poultry judging team placed seventh in a poultry iudging contest held in Fayetteville, Ark., recently. The team placed second in the market division and third in production. Team members and advisor are (left) Dave Holder, NU Poultry Science instructor; Gary Trodrup, Superior; Terry N~ret, Lincoln; David Hall, Waverly; and John Struwe, Sikeston, Mo. --University of Nebraska Photo his uncle, Albert Hoelting, and visited his mother, Mrs. John Janda, Nov. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shaw of Aurora visited Saturday with the Lee Thurin family. Miss Diane Kucera of Nebraska City visited last weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Kucera. Real Estate Transfer Mac E. Yerton to Dannie D. and Bonnie K. Dey; Lot 8, Block 30, East Superior. Minnie Barry to Kathryn L. Woerner and Ruth A. Hasemeyer; Lot 7 and South, 5' Lot 6, Block 22, O. T. Superior. Ernest L. Ferguson to Ernest L. Ferguson and Ermalee Soroggin; Lots 11, 12 and 13, Block 18, O. T. Nelson. Alma Oglevie to Gayna D. Wombacker; West 50' Lot 9, Block 32, East Superior. Dorace MeKibben, et. al. to Verdell Bohling; Part NEV4 NW 1/4, 15-2-5. In District Court Ira L. Clabaugh vs. Robert L. and Elizabeth Howe; transcript of judgment. Ruth A. Towne vs. Harry R. Towne, jr.; suit for foreign judgment. STOP Let us show you how a Knipco heater will keep you warm. Nine models to choose from . . . 63,000 to 245,000 BTU's. Martin Imp. Co. Superior, Neb. Phone 879-4019 Ray Serk vs. Union Pacific Stineman; suit on account. Railroad Co.; dismissed. In The County Court Probate Department Estate of Ada Gertrude Hudson, deceased; order assessing and determining inheritance tax, certificate to county treasurer, receipt from Nuckolls County treasurer. Estate of Alice M. Towne, deceased; decree of ad- ministration bond and oath, letters of administration, order on filing claims and paying debts and hearing March 7, 1974, at 2 p.m. Estate of Della Muenster, deceased; decree of ad- ministration, bond and oath, letters of administration, order on filing claims and paying debts, hearing March 7, 1974. Small Claims Count Delka Garage vs. Dean Rowley; suit on account. Delka Garage vs. Ivan and Pat Newell; suit on account. Lee's Champlin Service vs. Eugene Wilkinson; suit on account. Nelson Gazette vs. Marianne Nelson Gazette vs. W. L. Gratopp d-b-a KRFS; suit on account. Superior Traffic Court State vs. Jimmy Webber; illegal U turn, $10.00 and costs. Traffic Court State vs. Jim K. Riggins; shooting from highway, $I0.00 and costs. State vs. Sam F. Freeman; shooting from highway, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Ronald K. Leo; shooting from highway, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Grant D. Enevoldsen; speeding, $15.00 and costs. State vs. Paula L. Hansen; speeding, $15.00 and costs. State vs. Elmer J. Schriever; no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Julie A. Heber; no registration certificate, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Esther D. Wyatt; speeding, $15.00 and costs. State vs. Doyal A. Sehroeder; speeding, $25.00 and costs. -- Ill Delivered To Your Location Contact ADAMS BROTHERS One-half mile north, and three-fourth mile West of Cement Plant Phone Superior 879-8512,879-8518 or 879-85|6 married by Rev. Richard Ludden, with Melvin L. Powell and Linda D. Powell as wit- nesses. Highland.. .By Highland Club Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce and Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter visited Mrs. Velma McKevitt Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Follmer visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Collins of Lawrence Sunday evening. Mike and Craig Follmer and Linda Finley spent the weekend with Diane Follmer in Lincoln. Ann Grueber spent the weekend with Kim Ebsen near Bostwick. Mrs. Louis Keim was a coffee guests of Mrs. Marvin Thurber Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jacobitz and Kathy of Hebron were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. " r l Mr. and Mrs Ron Porte family were coffee gues~d,l and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer ;'I evening. Mrs. Ron por _1 tended a coffee at the homet Mrs. Darrell Jensen | Cadams Tuesday morning.| Mrs. Fern Rouse was a ~ guest of Mr. and Mrs..~ Mumma Sunday. In t~I ternoon Warren Gorssm~| Edgar called on them. The Highland Club home of Mrs. John Thursday afternoon. The meeting will be with Berness Miller. Mrs. John companied Mrs. Alvin Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Meyer and Dora Red Cloud last Tuesday Mrs. Minnie Meyer Harvey Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. John were dinner guests of Mrs. Bruce Turner in Sunday. Don't worry about what to say when you visit a family at a funeral home. Just be yourself. And remember that the most meaningful thing to the family will be that you cared enough" to come. 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We offer a comprehensive three-year training program. You will receive excellent fringe benefits. There is an opportunity for rapid advancement. Of the 44 men in sales positions in our Central area offices, five earned in excess of $25,000 a year and 29 others earned between $10,000 and $25,000 a year. In recent years our top salesmen have qualified for meetings in San Francisco, California; Sun Valley, Idaho; Miami, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona; and Palm Springs, California. We pay a guaranteed starting salary up to $750 a month. A bonus plan makes it possible for an exceptional man to earn in excess of $15,000 in the first year and in excess of $25,000 in the second year. We can prove that this has been done. After the initial three-year training period, our men are self- employed and completely independent. A sales background and a college degree are desirable, but certainly not essential. Several of our men have college degrees. Others are only high school graduates. We have successful men under 25 years of age. Other successful men in our organization are grandfathers. We have no particular require- ments- we are looking for honest, hard-working men or women who meet people well and who will work very hard and follow our proved sales system exactly. Take five minutes to investigate this challenging, satisfying and rewarding career. Call Beatrice 223-2332 on Friday between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., or Saturday morning between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon, and ask for Mr. Imig.