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SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 29, 1973 belated Thanksgiving dinner. In the afternoon they had a wood sawing bee, something the children had never seen. Several families are preparing to burn wood this winter. Sunday dinner guests of Irene Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hardy Local News..... By Mrs. Russell Hale Mrs. Harris Holle and family of Mrs. Duane Krigger of Desbler. Saturday. daughter of Mrs. Hale. They sister of the ladies. She spent Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler and also visited their other grand- Sunday night with Mrs. Nelson :: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Aurand and mother, Mrs. Harry Corman, in and she and her sisters took children of Bellevilie went to the Good Samaritan Center in Mrs. Martens to Hastings .... Blue Rapids, Kan. Sunday and Superior. Monday where she left by bus were dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hajekfor her home in Denver. Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. and daughter visited their Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensby Bill Haecker and family of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard served two Thanksgiving Platte City, Mo., and Mr. and Hajek and Mr. and Mrs. Charles City, Iowa, visited her father, Dr. P. C. Molgard, and Mrs. Molgard several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller joined them for Thanksgiving Day dinner in the Molgard home. Pare Liedeknecht of Lincoln Mitchell, Neb., who has been Mr. and Mrs. Run Dole of Mikkelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Addis spent the weekend with Mr. and staying with her parents, Mr. Omaha were Sunday dinner Jensen and Vera Kladahl ofMrs. Kenneth Edwards, Cara and Mrs. Joe Calder, the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Ruskin and Mrs. Chris Martens and Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. Bill week, returned to her homeHale. Mrs. Dole is a grand- of Denver. Mrs. Martens is a Corman, Dan and Kerry joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Henry, Blaine and Mitchell of Lincoln came Wednesday evening. Mr. and bLr~. Henry stayed with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry, and Blaine and Mitchell stayed with their aunt, Mrs. dinners. Thursday they en- LaVerne Meyers, of Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hansen and I~slie were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen and Vonda. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hansen and children were weekend guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen and Vonda went to Byron Saturday evening to the home of Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Alvin Renz, and visited with her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schutte of Colorado Springs. Steven, Linda, Nancy and Marilyn Breault entertained some of their friends Saturday evening in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Tracy and Mrs. Joe Haecker and family of William Talken of rural tertained her parents, Mr. and The Henrys joined the Meyers Chrisse, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Blue Rapids, were also guests. Clarkson, Neb., during their Mrs. Alvin Carlson of Superior, for dinner Thursday. Schultz of Kearney, Nancy The families are grandchildren Thanksgiving vacation, and Sunday the Jensby Barbara Lane Berg of El Mickelsen of Hastings, and of Mr. and Mrs. Myler. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roper cooperative dinner. The Monte, Calif., and Oscar Martin Lonnie Bargen, Paulette Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester and Susie of Lincoln came families present were the Bob of Hacienda Heights, Calif., Walker spent Thanksgiving in Friday afternoon to visit their Jensby and Leon Jensby were married Oct. 26 in the thehomeof their son, Dean, and mothers, Mrs. E. A. Hansen and families, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chapel at Knotts Berry Farm of family at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Edna Roper. Steven Roper went Jenshy of Superior and the Buena Park, Calif. Mrs. Martin Mrs. Clifford Baird went to to Kansas City with a group of Orville Meyers family of is formerly of Hardy. Lincoln Monday where she was Luther League members of Ruskin. Cindy of Hastings was Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault admitted to Lincoln General Lincoln. Mrs. Hansen served home from Wednesday untilspent Sunday in Hastings with Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner to herSunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Hill and Sylvester Walker is caring for family on Friday evening. Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Juanita Breault. at work. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tracy, Kevin and Kristine of EIPaso, Texas, came to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Simonsen, Thursday evening. Mr. Tracy has completed his time in the army and his ten- tative plans are to go to school at Hastings. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Simonsen were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tracy and children, Mr. and Mrs. the children while Mr. Baird is LeRoy Hansen and children joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Clark entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday noon for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clements and Sheila of Minneapolis, Kan., and Mrs. Elma Wright and Lindsay of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bixby wereMr. and Mrs. Bill Corman, Mrs. Frank Stafford and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman and Lyle Peterson of Belleville, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams and and Mrs. Vic Harvey of Beth ofEnglewood, Colo.,were Republic and Mrs. Lloyd Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Whitney of Superior. Nellie Browning in Hastings. Sunday Nov. 18, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening, Nov. 17, Virgil Petersen entertained Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Petersen and and Mrs. Fred Murphy of Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Petersen Thanksgiving Day dinner Hastings and Mrs. James Jacob and family were supper guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Superior at a pre- of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ebright were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thanksgiving dinner. Thursday Stenson and children. Pastor Humiston of Lincoln, Mr. and the Petersens and Eldon Eitz- and Mrs. Dale Doerr and family Mrs. Charles McLaughlin of mann and daughters were of Superior were Thanksgiving Gridley, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Day dinner guests of the Randy Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strum of Scandia, Mr. Rex Sykes and family of Oak. Stensons. Saturday the Stensons Rodney Simonsen and Jeremy and Mrs. Melvin Woodford and Pastor and Mrs. Peter D. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne sons of Courtland, June Trucano went to Gibbon, Neb. Denise and June of Cedar Thesenvitz and family. Alspaugh of Edgar, Mrs. Celia Wednesday willospend Rapids, Iowa, were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Powers of Republic and Mr. and Thanksgiving their son, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Simonsen entertained at aMrs. Boyd Imler of Superior. Alvin, and family. They Stenson in Superior. Thanksgiving dinner Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and evening. Guests were Mr. and family were supper guests of Mrs. Hubert Simonsen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Saturday evening. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Simonsen and Jeremy, Mr. and Bockholdt and Janet went to Mrs. Kenneth Tracy and Beatrice Thursday to visit her children and Mr. and Mrs. Leon brother, Lester Dorn, and returned to Hardy Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams evening. Alvin is pastor at and Beth of Englewood, Colo., Gibbon. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Williams Thanksgiving dinner guests of and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Dahl Williams, Allen and Kim of were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl Littletown, Colo., came Wed- and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hammer nesday and spent the rest of the and family of Littleton, Colo. week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duncan, Steve Grummert, Kent Thelander, Janice Fullerton and Alan Christensen of Superior. Mrs. Hubert Breault, Linda, Nancy and Marilyn, Mrs. Rudie Hill and Stacie and Juanita Breault of Hastings went to Concordia Nov. 14, and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis and other relatives, in honor of the birth- day of their grandmother, Mrs. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hansen went to Lincoln for Thanksgiving dinner with their daughter, Mrs. Steve Bennett, Mr. Bennett and Jared. The Bennetts spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bruce Hansen of Kearney spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Jones and Pam of Bartlesville, Okla., were also weekend guests in the Hansen home. They had their Thanksgiving dinner on Friday and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hansen and children and Mrs. Winnie Davidson, Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Breault, Nancy and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hamel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Simonsen and children, familY. The Hammers spent a few days Corman, Dan and Kerry. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cztrr Thanksgiving Day dinnerwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday noon they were joined Slater and family of Salina - [iC. went to Hastings Sunday to help guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Martin Dahl, and with his by Pastor and Mrs. Don Wilson, and Mrs. Emery Slater and their grandson, Dale Dunbar, Kaldahl were their children, parents at Norway, Kan. Russ and Jill of Norton, Kan., Janet of Clyde, Kan., Steve celebrate his ninth birthday Janet and John, of Lincoln, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman, Mr. Breault and Nancy Mickelsen of anniversary. Vera Kaldahl and Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Thursday noon were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corman, Hastings and Kent Thelander The realtives of the DavidaonAddis Jensen of Ruskin, Tora and Mrs. Joe Allen Wyatt and David, Danny and Cathy ofand Steve Grummert of family held their anmml get-to- Laursen of Superior, Mr. and family and a friend of one of the Superior, Pare Liedeknecht of Superior took their gether Thursday in the home of Mrs. Hans MAkkeisen, Mr. and girls of Denver, and Mr. and Lincoln, Mrs. Hazel Burns of Thanksgiving dinner and went Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr in Mrs. Gayle Mikkelsen and Mrs. Ed Jacobitz and the Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. to the home of Mr. Breault's Superior. Several were unable family, Mr. and Mrs. George Merwyn Wyatt family of Kenneth Edwards, Cera andmother, Mrs. Nellie Breault, at to attend but those present were Jensen and family of Mankato, Superior. Brooke for a ThanksgivingAurora, Kan. Thursday. Mr. andMrs. WalterCzirr, Mr. Joe Miller, Pastor and Mrs. The Helping Hand Club met in dinner. Mr. and Mrs. EarlManhattancollegestudentsof and Mrs. Evan Czirr and Harold Laursen and family of the home of Mrs. Willard Mc- Corman entertained the group 9_ur community who were at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Goodland, Kan., and IreneCutcheon Tuesday afternoon Friday. 1 G d home for the few days of Gillilan, Joe and Jon, Mr. and Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Larry and helped her quilt. Mrs. Gay e unn andMr, an vacation were Scott Hobeon, Mrs. Howard Bueknell and andfamflycalledln Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroyer Mrs. Gary Gtmn and Pamela of Leon Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Merle the afternoon, and family of Superior had Chester were Thursday guests Clifford Hobson, Sam Clark, Hammett and Mrs. Loren Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rhoads Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gunn Ann Sweet and Jon Gillilan. Dunbar and sons of Hastings. and Mary Dee spent the and Mrs. Willard McCutcheon of Edgar. .... Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laird weekend in Wichita as guests of and family. Sunday the Mc- Harry Sorensen of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Superior were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop Monday evening. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim I. op and children in Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Branner. Twenty-seven guests called on Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen Sunday aflernoen to extend birthday greetings to Mr. Gregersen, who will be 85 Guy Loop, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl years young Nov. 30. Dr. and Allington and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hansen, Paul and Mrs. Dee Swihart and family, Connie and Joyce Backstrom of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Loop and Holdrege took Mr. and Mrs. family of Hutchinson, Pastor Gregersen to dinner at a care in and Mrs. Robert Leege and Bob Superior Sunday noon. of Ute, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hespen, Mr. Hancock and children of and Mrs. Ward Aurand and Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Leonard Wortman of Ruskin Loop of Manhattan. Gary, Larry and Bonnie stayed for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs, Erwln Sweet had Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet, Ann and Harold. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jensen and daughters came to the DOn Edwards home Wednesday evening. Other guests for dinner on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. : George Edwards and family of Crete called in the afternoon. Mrs. Jensen is a sister of Mrs. DOn Edwards. The Jensens returned to Lincoln Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen had a belated Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schultz and family, Katherine Jensen of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore and family, John Lovegrove and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hall and Jason of Exeter. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Gydesen and Brian spent their vacation visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gydesen, South Sioux City, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Husk at Herman, Neb. Thanksgiving dinner gue .s of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Oisen and daughters Thursday noon were Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Panko and Keith of Cook, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Holle and Mr. and MIKKELSEN PHOTOGRAPHY @ Weddings @ Portraits @ Anniversaries @ Graduation Open Tuesday Through Saturday Closed Mondays Phone 879.3090 Superior, Neb. honored Mr. and Mrs. Walter Andersen at a dinner in the Hespen home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hespen and Mr. and Mrs. Fry and children were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vienop in Chester. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Delka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Delka spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Mrs. Don Delka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etter, and Vicki at Sylvia, Fain. Gerald and Allen Spivey of Smithfield, Texas, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Delka from 'l'nureday until Saturday. They saw pheasants for the first time and enjoyed hunting. Mrs. Lyle D lk__a left Monday for Smithfield, Texas, to be with her mother, Mrs. Spivey, who had surgery. Sunday the Don Delka family, the Bill Delka family and Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Delka went to the home of Mrs. Olive Delka at Bostwick for a cooperative and Cutchenns went to Deshler and were dinner guests of Mrs. McCutcheon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ROy Ehlers. The Pastor Peter Trucano will conduct an Singspiritation Service at the Good Samaritan Center Thursday, Dec. 6, 10:00 a.m. The Red Cross drive in Hardy and community was nearly $200.00. A cooperative dinner and picnic was held in the Hardy Community Hall Sunday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellinger of Granville, Pa. The Eillngers are parents of Mrs. Dwayne Dahl and Mrs. Joe Stenson. Forty-eight relatives and friends were preset to enjoy the get-together. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grin- stead, Tab and Shannon of Davenport, Iowa, -spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Grinstead's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl. Run Crandall and Daryl Bertelsen of Topeka, visited last week with Mrs. Earl Crandal]. Mrs. Ron Crandail and Steven and Clark Hoover came Wed- nesday evening. They, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanham and Cindy of Nora, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Pedersen, Berden and Susan of Davenport, John Barnes of Albion, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas and Mr. and Mrs. Burley Copas and family of Beatrice were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mrs. Crandall. Mr, and Mrs. John Soles of I l Hardy Community Hall Sponsored by Everyone Welcome] Ill., was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen last week while visiting his mother, Mngdalena Jensby in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorensen hosted a Thanksgiving Day dinner for the Sorensen family. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Nel_s Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and children, Harry Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bargen and children of Fairbury. Mrs. Glenn Edwards, Becky and Randy, Mrs. Nels Sorensen and Mrs. Gary Bargen of Fairbury spent Friday in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Neis Sorensen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Clark at a care in Ruskin. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen visited his mother, Magdalena Jensby, in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior. Drake Hutchinson of Seattle, Wash., called on Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Einer Hansen and Vonda attended the Good Citizen Award meeting of the D.A.R. in Superior. Vonda was a representative from Hardy. Rashleigh and Lela Jones were dinner guests in the Stafford home Sunday. Charlotte Peckham and Thelma Mickeisen called on the Staf- fords in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cramer entertained Thanksgiving Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer of Stockton, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cramer and family of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cramer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cramer and family of Hastings and their children, Butch, of Everett, Wash., Art of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirk and children of Liberal, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benson and Lief of Palo, Iowa. Their children stayed for the balance of the weekend. Five most important words: I am proud of you. Four most important words: What is your opinion? Three most important words: If you please ..... Two most important words: Thank you. ~ast important word: I. 66 't Dial Down If you are planning to be away from home for several days in the winer, you can safely "Dial Down" your thermostat to about 55 degrees. TACK OVER DOORS, WINDOWS. FORCHES & BREEZEWAY5 Run. Ft. Homes 3 Ft. 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Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen and Kori and Mrs. Ethel Simmons visited in the Elmer Luring home at Scandia Monday af- ternoon. Guests in the Ralph Gnnn home for Thanksgiving dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell and daughters and Mrs. Charles Gunn and Pat. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne of Gaylord and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel and Kent and Mrs. Evelyn Hamel of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Leon and Elaine were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wagner and ROn at Auburn. They also visited Mrs. Tracey Mueller in Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bivrell and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa were Friday supper guests of Mrs. Elsie Osborne in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell, Kim and Laurie were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson of Manhattan visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Grueber, from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Simmons and Shelly and Mrs. Anona dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Graham in Superior. Friday evening supper guests in the Ivan Van Meter home were Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Wilson of Albuquerque, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Graham of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Max Zlniff of Jewell, Mrs. Ruby Elniff of Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham and Barbara of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Krake of Cory, Pa., and Mrs. Anna Graham of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aurand and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Aurand, Mrs. Atha Stenson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenson and sons attended the dinner in Hardy Sunday noon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellinger of Granville, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanson were hosts at a family Thanksgiving get-to-gether. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hanson of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Garman and baby of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holdren and daughter of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groth of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Greer and Jimmy of Overland Park, Mrs. Leis Oldham and daughters of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lauritzen and children. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Bill Roe home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Konovalsky of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and children of Osborne, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson and sons of Belleville, and Harrell Roe of Manhattan. Sunday dinner guests in the Harley Jensen home for a late Thanksgiving celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Jensen and sons of Goodland, Kan., and Magnus Petersen. Mrs. Pauline Aurand and Vera Aurand of Kansas City, Kan., went to Rockford, Ill., for The Union Church of Peter D. Trucano, Church school, I0:00 Mrs. Mabel superintendent. Classes ages. Morning worship, Will have a Gideon Senator Maurice Kremer Aurora, Neb., will give message. chorus. Ushers: Mark and Kirk Bouray. Youth Fellowship, 5 p.~" Six-county service Thanksgiving and Sunday, Dec. 2, at 2:30 the Zion Lutheran Center, Neb. This is by CROP. Wood sawing at Kramer An unusual event days was a wood but that's what Clyde had at his place Judging from the wood sawed they won't worry about the fuel this winter. Woman's Club meets Dec. 5 The Hardy Woman's Cite hold its regular Wednesday, Dec. 5, at I: at the home of Mrs. Kohl. Members bring gifts to be Ingleside, and your Woman's Club banner. A H TIP Dec. 2 is the first Sunday in have high blood Advent. The Advent season is effects can be NTtti I-lypertension is a "silent" health problen~, Nebraska Medical reports many people unaware that they blood pressure or because they feel Hyptertension is a cause of stroke, heart Milner of Belleville were Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and and kidney failure. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. Daryl Day and family,complications can be Ethel Simmons. with control of blood Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell Usually hypertension, CHURCH NEWS and Jamie of Salina were be cured and requires Wednesday overnight guests of medical care. It can Mrs. Emma Stenson. Mr. and trolled by taking me( Mrs. Gene Stenson and sons St. Paul Evangelical daily as directed. joined Mrs. Stenson and her Lutheran Church: Rev. Lon L. Persons being trea guests for dinner Thanksgiving DuBois, pastor, hypertension should ta Day. Sunday, five Leaguers went to medicine every day eve Preston Gunn visited Will the District League assembly at feel well.'If they feel si Gunn at the Nuckolls County Bertrand, Neb. Guest speaker should check with Hospital Sunday afternoon, was Dr. Fred Kempf of Kearney physician. Anyonewho is Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sedlachek State College. Bible study was treated for hypertensio~ of Beatrice were Thanksgiving conducted by Rev. Jim Frerichs has ever been told that 11 Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Gothenburg. Music and sing- pressure was high shou Marvin Harper. alongs were led by Roger Mays it checked frequently. Mr. a~d~ Mrs. ~areuce of Kearney State College. Those The Nebraska ) Am'and and family were attending were Mike Hoyer, Association says, some Th~ving dinner guests of Diane Jensen, Serita Jensen, estimate that ten pe l~/and Mrs. Raymond Aurand Darla Petersen, Dan Petersen white population s and children in Belleviile. and Pastor DuBois. percent of the black Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers and Mrs. Elva Angle of Superior spent Thanksgiving Day with Dorothy Ayers at Tescott, Karl. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and children were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Jon R. Ayers in Grand Island. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aurand and family were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson and Mrs. Atha Stenson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Greer and Jimmy of Overland Park were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen from Wed- nesday until Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, Denise and Lindsey and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Wilson of penitential, that is, it summons worshippers to reflect on their need for the forgiveness of sins and God's answer in Christ. Sunday, Dec. 2:9:45 a.m. Sunday school, 11:00 a.m., worship with holy communion. Actuarial data shows men betwem fort year death rate is five higher in those with with a pressure below I adds needed moisture to dry, heated air. 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