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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 20, 9.003 Ruskin By Lois Lewis II Bethany Lutheran Church: Evelyn Philipps, pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sun- day school; 10 a.m., Thank offering service with Holy Communion; Sun- day school outing in afternoon. Wednesday, no confirmation; 7:30 pro., Thanksgiving Eve service with Holy Communion. Library Hours: Tuesdays, 4-6 p.m., Saturdays, l-4 p.m. To Know what is right, and not do it. is the worst cowardice. Danish Brotherhood Lodge met at the Party R~xsm Saturday evening, Nov. 8. A cooperative supper preceded the business meeting. Donald and Pauline Christense u Riceville, Iowa, were guests. Cards were played following the meetiug. Hosts were Edith Meyer and Charlotte Christensen. Donald and Gertrude Brandt were dinner guests of Marietta Free. American Legion Auxiliary Post 242 met at the Broken Spoke, 22 per- sons were present.Appropriate for- realities preceded dinner and the group played cards later in the evening, Betty Hansen accompanied Donna Mickcisen. Gene and Twilla Frerichs and Honey Schaaf to the Veteran's Day program at Superior High School. St. Mark's LWML met at the church last Wednesday evening. President Kathy Knicp presided. Pastor Albrecht led the lesson, "Perservance" based on I Santuel. lena Biltoft presented devo- tions. The group packed nine packages for college students. Hostess Lynn Meyer served refreshments. M ichacl Thayer spent the weekend ~vilh his parents. Mervin and Ramona Thaycr. Betty Hansen accompanied Donna Mickelsen, Superior, to Hastings last Wednesday evening, where they at- tended St. Paul's Lutheran Church Rally limner at the Fairgrounds. A program was presented following the dinner. Round About Ruskin Club met at the home of Geraldine Schuitz Thurs- day afternoon. Violet Lipker presented the pr{ gram telli ng of the church Build- ing Project in which she and her hus- band, Gary, participated last winter in Calitk~rnia. Refreshments were served. Jenny Barnett, Hays, underwent liver trausplant surgery at a Kansas City Hospital, Nov. 10. She is making a satisfactory recovery. Jenny is a daughter of Gene and Ann (Jeppesen) Barnett. Concordia. I)ebra Jensen and Abby, Nelson, Co,role Stichka and Whitney, and Emil dud Gclaldine Stichka, attended the TVC Choral Clinic Concert Tuesday in Nelson. Whitney Stichka and Kaela Jensen were participants. Ronakt and Lois Lewis were in Lexi:~glon to attend the Boy Scout Troop 144 annual soup supper. Sam and Aaron Human are members oftbe troop. They later attended a musical "That's Where the Music Takes us," presented by Sandoz Elementary stu- dents at d~e Middle School theater. Sally Human was a participating stu- dent. Friday the Lewises attended Spe- cial Olympic Activities held at the Big Apple in Keamey. Sam Human par- ticipated in bowling competition. The following attended a bridal shower, hosted by Mary Beck and Charlene tlimmelberg at the Beck home in Edgar, Saturday, honoring Shanda Schoof who will become bride of Gordon Watts at St. Peters Lutheran Church, Deshler, Dec. 6, Fern School', Kada a.d Krista Schoof and Willa Sorellsei]. Larry and Dorcas Judy and Fem Schoof served cake, bars and coffee following worship service at ~ Mark's Church Sunday to honor M aric~a l:ree. on her birthday. Later in the ,dwrnoon Marietta served cake, ice cream and coffee at her home to Dorcas Judy and grandchildren, Kambree and Sterling Judy, Fern School Charlotte Chris- tensen and Lois Lewis. Attending the funeral for Margaret Albro, 90, at Metz Mortuary, York, Monday morning were Geraldine Stichka, Fern Schoofand Marietta Free. Mrs. Aibro was the mother of Doris Judy, Fairmont. At Bethany Sunday morning the Cherub Choir sang "When The Saints Go Marching In." David Fuerst, presi- dent of Lutheran Planned Giving Ser- vices by Nebraska Synod of the ELCA, was a guest speaker and led a seminar after dinner. Women of he ELCA served soup, barbecue and dessert din- ner at noon. Free will offerings were sent to Betty Wilkens, a missionary, and the Pregnancy Crisis Center. Ronald and LoisLewis joined their children and families Saturday for din- ner in York to celebrate Ronald's 85th birthday. Fern Hefts hosted the Ladies After- noon Pinochle Cub Monday at the cafe. I I I Hardy By Gwen Petersen St. Paul Lutheran Church: Connie Raess, PMA. Sunday, 9 a.m., worship; 10 a.m., Sunday school and Fellow- ship hour. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Com- munity Thanksgiving Service hosted by the Union Church. Thursday, Nov. 27, 10:30 a.m, Thanksgiving Day worship at St. Paul, Byron. Union Church of Hardy. Sunday, 10:30 a.m., church services. Henry Strand is speaker. Ushers are Howard Miller and Don Delka. Harmonettes will sing. WCU meets Thursday at 2 p.m. Community Thanksgiving ser- vices at the Union Church at 7 p.m, Wednesday, Nov. 26. Vicki Heggen, Lincoln, Neb., vis- ited over the weekend with Betty Heggen and Tom and Judi Sorensen in the Sorensen home. Henrietta Schlueter visited Sunday afternoon with Hilda Eitzmann. Shirley Jensby was hostess Mon- day afternoon for Pinochle Card Club. Glennis McCutcheon went to Belleville Sunday to visit Ray and Marlene Matthews, Keidra and Danyelle. Monty and Heather Dahl, Elly, Jony and Cody visited Sunday evening with Erwin and Corabeile Sweet. Bill and Donna Corman were Sat- urday supper guests of Les and Beryl Erickson. Sunday eveningthe Cormans visited Norman and Sue Stenson. Daryl, Jennifer and Taylan Healey visited last Wednesday evening with his parents, Jim and Doris Healey. Monday evening former Lovewell High School classmates had supper together at a Superior cafe. Present were Lawrence and Estaline Bouray, Wilmer and Kay Bouray, Rhoda Lovewell, Eugene and Joy Johnson, John and Karen Ross, Mankato, and Raymond Hall, Show Low, Ariz. Jaret Ryan Eitzmann was baptized Sunday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. a family dinner followed at the home of Jaret's parents, Kelly and Jennifer Eitzmann and Kylie. David Healey was a Saturday mum- ing coffee guest of his parents, Jim and Doris Healey. Paul and Denelda Edwards, Joe and Connie Moody, Harold and Helen Moody, Auburn, Todd Moody, Omaha, Kim Gebers, Brette and Reese, Geneva, Jon and Kendall Sunneberg and Brandt, Aurora, Liz Herbeck, Grand Island, David and Kathy Chatelain, Ashby, Neb., attended the football game Sat- urday in Hastings. Hastings College played Briar Cliff, of Sioux City, Iowa. Ardeth Hansen and Bernice Hansen attended a Delta Kappa Gamma meet- ing Saturday at Salem Lutheran Church. Mary Kaldahl and Jodi Grabast re- turned home from Chicago. They at- tended a convention. 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Willie Schriever was a Saturday afternoon visitor of Harvey and Gwen Petersen. Roger Petersen, Fairbury, had supper Sunday with his parents. Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz Mrs. Run Porter, Mrs. Don Cassell and Mrs. Ival~ Jacobitz attended altar society last Wednesday. Callers on Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz were Dan and Bruce Jacobitz, and Doug Hayes. Terre Jacobitz was a last Wednesday dinner guest,. Mrs. Lawrence Williams hosted the Faith Circle at her home last Wednes- day. Bailey Williams was a Saturday dinner guest. Elsie Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. IvanJacobitz Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter attended the Lawrence-Nelson football game last Monday night and the pep rally Thursday. Sunday they watched Ross Porter play at Chester. Mrs. Mike Honeycutt was a Satur- day afternoon visitor of Evelyn Honeycutt. Marvin and Mike Honeycutt visited Evelyn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert called on Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert Sunday evening. Byron By Jean Crouse Roger and JoAnn Bohling visited Dan and Brigitte Bohling and daugh- ters at Columbus, Neb., from Wednes- day to Sunday. Grandpa and Grandma helped watch Brianna and Brittany while Brigitte was out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Tietjen attended both of Thayer Centrai's volleyball games on Friday and were overnight guests in the Verle Tietjen home, Lin- coln, Neb. Courtney Tietjen joined them on Saturday as they went to Omaha, to help Kimberly celebrate her birthday. Henrietta Schleuter was a Sunday afternoon caller of Hilda Eitzmann. Lois Kirchhoff was an evening visitor. Norris, Margene and Erin Eitzmann, Gayle, Carla, Corey and Kami Eitz- mann, Ryan Koenig, Jay, Kristi, Jason and Justin Peterson, Kelly, Jennifer, Kyle and Jaret Eitzmann and Adam Eitzmann were Sunday guests of Adolph and Loriene Eitzmann to help Adolph celebrate his birthday. Thursday Adolph and Loriene Eitz- mann were among others who attended the funeral for Vernon Kirchhoff at St. John Lutheran Church, Athol, Kan. Denic~ ltt~l~ was a Friday night and Saturday guest of Adolph and Loriene Eitzmann. Sunday Adolph and Loriene Eitz- mann attended the baptismal service for Jaret Ryan, son of Kelly and Jenni- fer Eitzmann at the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Superior. Among others they were dinner and afternoon guests of Kelly and Jennifer Eitzmann. Max and Ruby Eggers spent the weekend in Longmont, Colo., with Jon and Erica Eggers, Tatiana and Sergey. Byron History from SepL 15, 1953 Fred Rahe had the misfortune to get his right shoulder thrown out of place Monday while feeding his chickens. Otto Schleufer took him to Dr. Beiderweil's Hospital at Belleville for medical care. Loren Kniep left Friday morning for Columbus, Ohio, where he will resume his studies at the Capital Uni- versity Seminary. Carry three business cards in your wallet. chestra at Carnegie Hall, Jordan is a senior Keith and Daisie Merlin and Gladys Care Center, Red ( noon. They later visited in her home at Red Cloud. Doug Crary and Megan, over the weekend. Kenneth Jon Wulf's basketball ings Saturday afternoon: attended the football Allen and and Sherril Albin and brunch Members of Superior Kiwanis and their youth organization, Supenor High School Community Service Club, present their donation for "Shoes for Young Feet," during a recent Kiwanis luncheon. (From left) Jana Chase, Community Action Partnerships of Mid-Nebraska, Sylvia Cnlly, Supenor Corporation board member and =Shoes for Young Feet," project coordinator, Superior High School students Allysa Diehl and Jennifer Rogers, and Jason Ray, Kiwanis Treasurer. Youth receive shoes Republic for a third year By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Pamidaandareaorganizationsteam Brett and Sara Sims, Andrea and up again to provide "Shoes for Young Liz, Gretna, were weekend guests of Feet." For the third year in a row, ClarenceandJoyceBeam.Sarahosted approximately 35 to 40 pairs of shoes a party at the church. have been or will be given to area Dennis and Judy Erkenbrack and youthinneedduringthewinterseason. Whitey and Shirley Alpers spent the The program, "Shoes for Young Feet," past week in Branson, Me. On the way is coordinated through Superior Corn- home they visited the Mark Williams munity Corporation. family at Louisburg and helped Taylor Contributions for the program are celebrate her 6th birthday. Blake and received annually from organizations Drew Erkenbrack spent the weekend such as Kiwanis, Superior Mother's with their grandparents. Club, Superior PEO and Trivent for Liven and Fern Bohling, Minne- Lutherans. In addition, Superior High apolis, Minn., stayed severaldays with School Community Service Club Dean and DeannaHoblemann. joined in donating this year, with a Birthday coffee guests of Helen portion ofproceedsreceivedfromjuice Aurand were Oleta Hobson, Georgia machine sales at Superior High School. Webber, Ilene Aurand,Estaline Bouray The donations received from these and Donna and Maurine Clark. After- organizations are matched dollar for noon guests wereFlorence Elliott, Josie dollar by Pamida, through Superior Simms, Phyllis Ho(ts, Enola Boylan, store manager, Larry Lunzer. Chick Gunn and Charlotte Waiters. ForCommunityActionPartnership Vida Boman stayed a week in of Mid Nebraska, Jana Chase, works Wichita with Run and Pare Schmit. with many area families in need, veri- Pamreturnedwithherforafewdaysin ties income and distributes shoe vouch- Republic. ers from the program. Floy and Debbie Chadwick, Omaha, The vouchers are then taken to were guests of Shirley Roe. Pamida, where designated youth,Marge Seybold was a Sunday to through 12 years of age, can purchase Tuesday guest of the J. D. Sooters in a pair of shoes to help them through the Wichita. winter, and assist families to defray the Jim and Evelyn Hurley had lunch in cost of this expense. Chester with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald "This is a good program. It helps Blazek. the children and families who are re- Arnold and Betty Smith, Superior, ally in need at this time of year," said were guests of Jack and Ethlyn Smith. Doug Hoins, Superior ElementaryMr. and Mrs. Greg Hobelmann and School principal, and president of Su- family, Clay Center, were guests of petter Kiwanis. As other area organi- Dean and Deanna Hobelmann and all zations count on fundraisers to provide were in Scandia to watch Alex play the money necessary fordonation, Su- ball. perior Kiwanis raises funds through Clinton Spitler, Marquette, Kan., hamburger feeds at local ball games, spent the weekend with grandparents, with some of the funding generated Bob and Shirley Gunn. through membership fees. Marge Baxa and Shirley Gunn at- The team efforts ofthis program are tended the MNO Bridge Club at the spearheaded by volunteers, including home of Donna Lindberg in Scandia. Sylvia Crilly, Superior Community Mark, Loisann and Karen and Vic Corporationboardmemberand"Shoesand Glenna Brown attended a sports for Young Feet," project coordinator, banquet in Belleville. Guests of Dan and Mary Agnes Johnson were Seth and Ellen Dixon and Tracy and Marilyn Dilling. Eleanor McEwen hosted I Go You Go Club. Miranda Brown, Hays, visited grandparents, Vic and Glenna Brown. Sunday evening guests of Vic and Glenna were Melanie and Erin Hansen, Concordia. Carrie Anderson joined the art guild members to attend the funeral for one of their members, Gladys Johnson. The Larry Germer family, Diller, were guests of the Clay Aurands. Guide Rock By Wanda Schriner Bud and Sherril Albin spent several days at Branson, Me. Janet Crary attended the Delta Kappa Gamma dinner at Superior Sat- urday. Hazel Carman visited Golda Duffy at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior, on Saturday. Kenneth and Loretta Wulf attended a seventh and eighth grade girls bas- ketball game in Superior. The Baptist Church hosted a men's breakfast Saturday morning with eight persons present from North Branch, Superior and Guide Rock. Bud and Sherril Albin learned that granddaughter, Jordan Pallas, Kearney, has been accepted to play in the harp section of the National Festival Or- and parents, at the Trinity Campbell, Sunday guest was Uncle Abigail's godfather. Keith and Daisie Hattm~ ited Golda Duffy rial week. Sunday guests of Petsch, Jessica and were Staci Petsch Hammerlin and son, Curtis, and Pete and rural Guide Rock. Kary and Debbie and Cody, spent Sunday Branch, visitin hi LaVeta Wire, his brother, Kurbe daughter, Sarah, Salina, Kuhn, St. Joseph, Dan, and Vickie Burr Oak. They all came Kevin and Carol Nelson, visited Wulf Saturday afternoon. gone with a singing group York that afternoon. Paul and houseguests, coin, Neb., attended the brunch Eric Schriner Iraq. Other speci grandparents, Margie Grabast, Blue Meyer, Campbell, Schriner, Guide Pequin, Marshall, Minn.,l Harold and Gall and Merlyn and Campbell, gre it-i Midge and great-aunt, great uncle and aunts, Pequin, and Pete and CJ land, uncle and aunt Meyer, Middy, Laura Creamer, Omaha. NOTICE TO SUPERIOR Do you...own or rent a house that we 1978? If so, it is possible that the paint in or home contains lead. 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