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2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 20, 1973 Local News ..... A baptismal service was held at the Hardy Union Church at 3:00 p.m. for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Zortman of California. The children were Stepahanie Anne and Stacey Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Ornam were sponsors of the great grandchildren. Pedersen. Mrs. Persinger was in Lincoln serving on a Nebraska Educational TV Panel, preparing a program which will be aired the evening of Dec. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas spent the weekend in Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer and Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens visited Mrs. Dagmar Petersen in Superior Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hansen and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Koh] called on Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman Sunday afternoon. home of Pastor and Mrs. Peter children participated. Sunday By Mrs. Preston Gunn D. Trucano. Mrs. Mushlin was they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell and the music teacher at the Hardy Mrs. Torn Eckles and Beth of Jamie of Salina were Tuesday High School last year. He is in Lincoln for dinner, honoring the overnight guests of Mrs. Emma the music department in the birthday anniversary of Burley Stenson. Lansing School of 400 highCopas and Mrs. Tom Eekles,Mrs. Darrell Fagle and students, twins, and whose birthday children of Bennington, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen anniversaries are Dec. 17, and Mrs. Jim Cromwell and Jamie made a business trip to the 35th wedding anniversary of of Salina, Mrs. Merle File, and Hastings Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copas, Mrs. Emma Stenson were Sadie Rhoads is currently a which was Dec. 13. Wednesday afternoon visitors in ~; patient in Lincoln GeneralDavid Petersen, Greg the Gene Stenson home, to Hospital for treatment andPedersen and Robin Hill, who make the acquaintance of the observation, attend Vocational-Technical new baby, Sarah Lynn. Calvin Hobson visited Mac school at Hastings, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson Bouray Sunday evening, weekend with their parents, and Elaine were in Lincoln Kermit Ericksen of Simi Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jones Thursday. Elaine had a dental Valley, Calif., was a house guest and Jennifer, Salina, spent the date. of his sister, Mrs. Gall Gunn, weekend with Mrs. Jones' Mrs Anona Milner of in the home of their son, Burley, -.- ...... Gary Mushlim and Milton and family. They attended a Wortha of Lansing, Kan., were Christmas program at a South dinner guests Saturday at the church, in which their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper. Joining them for dinner on Sunday were Ethel Briggs, Orpha Lee Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayes and family joined them in the afternoon. Thelma Mickelsen, Orpha Lee Perry and Charlotte Peckham accompanied Mrs. Jerome Kohl to Hastings Monday. They took the gifts which were donated by the Woman's Club, to the residents at !ngleside. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Zortman, Stacey and Stephanie came Sunday for a few days' visit and his father, Luther Ericksen, while visiting relatives in this community. Saturday afternoon they went to Edgar to visit Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gunn. Mr. and Mrs. Addis Jensen of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen were dinner guests of Irene Nelson Wednesday evening. Mrs. Nelson spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mikkelsen. M_r, and Mrs. Ezra Olsen had their family Christmas dir, ner in their home Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Olsen and daughters, Mr. ~: and Mrs. Leslie Olsen and He has received his discharge and is enroute to Delta, Colo. When they got to VanOrnams their gas tank was empty. Bellevitle spent Wednesday and Thursday with Ethel Simmons. Emery Berry is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Blame Berry and Glen Berry in omaha. Belinda and Jim Gunn spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Elaine were in Manhattan Saturday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson and Leon Hobson. Steve Gnnn spent Saturday and Sunday with Norris Eitz- mann and Roger Marquart in Lincoln. Sunday evening supper guests family of Topeka, Mrs. Loetta with her grandparents, Mr. and Wehrwein and children of Mrs. Donald VanOrnam. Mr. IAneoln and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Zor(man was in the Navy and Panko and Keith of Cook, Neb. they were living at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Helen Fischer of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Martin Dahl of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, Lindsey and Denise for a venison barbecuc supper were Mr. and Mrs. Max Elniff of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stenson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Van Meter and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter and visited Mr. and Mrs. HowardPastor Peter Trucano went to Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Mettler of Lovewell Thursday McCook, Neb. Dec. 13, to attend Meter and Vonda, Jim File, afternoon, memorial services for a close Troy Hallack and Melanie Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen friend, Mrs. Elizabeth Bogel, Brown. have sold their house and who was 70 years of age. Sunday evening supper guests acreage to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ed- of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell Cordts. The Gregersens have wards and Jeff and Mrs. Neis and daughters were Mr. and rented an apartment in the Sorensen made a business trip Mrs. Greg Birrell and sons, and Good Samaritan Village at to Lincoln Monday. Airman First Class and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Rick Reeves and Katie of Superior were coffee guests of Tampa, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne Monday forenoon to honor Mrs. and Lisa spent Saturday Leslie Jensby on her birthday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Greg anniversary. Birrell, Eric and Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. John Keeney Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jensen attended an early Christmas visited Andrew Nickolsen at the dinner in the home of their son, Good Samaritan Home in Hastings, and will move some time in March. Greg Edwards, who is in the army and was stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla., is on furlough and isiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards, and other relatives. Greg expects to be sent to Germany at the ex- piration of ~ furlough the fore Bill, at Cowles, Neb. Sunday. Hastings Sunday afternoon. part of . Mr. and Mrs. Exal Zoltenko : Mr, ahd Mrs, Howard You were Sunday dinner guests of of Republic were dinner guests Mrs. Hazel Rhoads. of Mr. and Mrs. Erik HansenMrs. Lela Snyder and Jedy Sunday evening, Aurand of Believille visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman their parents and grandparents, Stenson attended the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myler, Rparty of the Farmerettes at Sunday afternoon. uskin Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swihart and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet children, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl received a telephonn call from Allington and sons and Guy their son, Dr. Dennis Sweet, in Alan and Jerry Loop, all of Korea Saturday night extending Superior, visited Mr. and Mrs. C ristmas greetings to them. He thou t he might not be able to get a call through in another Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstoue visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stenson Saturday evening. Guy Loop Sunday evening. Pastor Lon DuBois attended a minister's meeting at Sutton Tuesday. Enroute home he stopped in Ohiowa to visit his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Weber. St. Paul Lutheran Church: Rev. Lon L. DuBois, pastor. On the fourth Sunday in Advent, the rose candle is lighted. It is rose colored to symbolize the birth of Jesus. The fourth candle is also known as the angel candle. They spoke to Mary, to Joseph, and to the shepherds concerning Christ's birth. The hope of Advent is the hope of life with God for all eternity. Calendar Thursday, Dec. 20, 4:00, ~unday e~ the Stenson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwardssenior confirmation class meets family entertained Mr. andwere hosts to a dinner Sunday in at Our Redeemer in Superior. ~. Fred Meyers, Mr. and honor of their son, Greg, who is Saturday, Dec. 22, 8:45-10:45 Mrs, EdLipker of Ruskin, Mr. home on furlough, and their a.m. Christmas program and Mrs. Vtc Bargen, Mr. and daughter, Becky, whose birth- practice. Mrs. Dave Berens and Mr. and day anniversary is Dec. 21. Mrs. Al Mueller, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen, C. R. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edward.s, Cara and Br.ooke, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Train in Superior Sunday afternoon. Mr. Train is still with his son, Gaylord, and Mrs. Train, and Joe Train is in the hospital. Sunday, Dec. 23:9:45 a.m. Sunday school; II:00 a.m. worship with the family; and 7:30 Christmas program. Members are asked to con- tribute cookies and sandwiches for the coffee hour after the Christmas program. The Union Church of Hardy: They hope to be able to return to their apartment some time this week. and Mrs. Tom Sorensen and Peter D. Trucano, minister. Gerald Persinger of Grand sons and Tony Hobson, Fourth Sunday in Advent. ~nd visited his grandmother, Mrs~ Ermal Hansen of Church school, 10:00 a.m. ~a Roper. Mrs. Persinger sSuperor visited Mrs. Bill Mrs. Mabel Crandall, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corman Wednesday aRernoon,superintendent. Morning It's the season for saying hello to friends & wishing them the very best! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andersen and Janice Hardy, Nebraska i u,u i ,u, i worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon, "Let Us Go To Bethlehem." Anthem, adult choir. Ushers: Scott, Tony, Ann and Elaine Hobson. Thursday, Woman's Christian Union, 2:00 p.m. Sunday school Christmas program practice Saturday, Dec. 22, 3:30 p.m. Christmas Eve church school program, 7:30 p.m. Treats for Children. @ They visited Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cleveland. Becky Diamond and Susan Harder spent Saturday night with Lynette Bradrick in Mankato. Danny Reynolds spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Clinton Reynolds. Danny attends V0-Tech school in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roth- ..................... child were By Mrs. Glarence Jensby Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marr, Tom, Jerry and Peggy attended the Jewell County Coop meeting at the Armory in Mankato Saturday night. This was the Christmas meeting for the directors, employees and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr went to the Dwight Marr home and stayed and visited with Mrs. Curtis Marr while the Dwight Marr family was gone. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and Linda, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby in Superior Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child entertained at a soup supper for Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild of Mankato Saturday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rothchild and Shannon and Jana Rothchild and Brice Tuxhorn of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby spent Friday in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole in Belleville. The Levewell Community all sent birthday cards to Delia Heldt this week. She is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Ken- neth Berg, at Lakin, Kan. She is now past 80 years old. Lovewell D-Ex Club met at the home of Mrs. Clarence Jensby Tuesday morning after missing last week. Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Mrs. Hillard Johnson were in Conoordia Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth- child took Ed Stansbury and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child to the funeral of M. Havel, father of Rudy Havel, at Tibbets Funeral Home in Believille Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler called on their children, Victor Collins, Charles Collins and Joe Collins and families in Con- cordia last Monday. ~Mrs. Margo Bair@amcelv~i an aerogram from her huMbd, Dave Baird, and he had been in Iran for the last three weeks. Margo spent last week in Beloit visiting his parents. Mrs. Lyle Baird brought her home Sunday to the Ivan Warren residents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby spent Friday in Hastings. They saw Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bally and Marska and Jon Stratman of Clay Center, Neb., and enjoyed a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cleveland went to Salina Friday and returned home Saturday. STATE INSURANCE FOR INSURANCE CALL OMER LONG Red Cloud, Nebraska Phone 746-3358 STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Home Offices: aloomlngton, Illinois Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild in Formoso. T. E. Rice's area, which in- cluded 20 towns, were guests of Standard Oil Co., at a Christ- mas supper at Mankato Wed- nesday night. Guests were the agents and their wives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond of Webber attended. Dwight and Edwin Marr attended a meeting concerning solid waste in the court room at Mankato Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild of Mankat0 were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roth- child. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren called on Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren in Lovewell Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hillard John- son, Randy and Page, and Orville Johnson were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond Sunday. Delbert Rothchild and Dale Rethchild helped Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild in Formoso Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andrea in Republic. A youngster who may sud- denly develop unexplained academic difficulty, appear uninterested in his classwork or become a "behavioral problem" may be the victim of an undetected hearing loss. May this coming year be a time of happiness, joy and lasting peace for you DELKA'S GARAGE w Nora Community News By Mrs. Warren Stiles Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen entertained the following to a t0re-Christmas family dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fintel and Ivan of Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weis and Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jordan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Michael ~Grey and Stephanie of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ehlers and family of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Corrnan and Jason of Daven- port and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis. This also was in honor of Mrs. Hespen's birthday. She enjoyed a birth- day greeting telephone call ~iunday evening from her son, Raymond Hespen, of Custer, S.D. Mrs. Della Smith was happy to be out Thursday to attend the Golden Age meeting at the Elk Creek Manor Home of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kott- meyer's name was omitted last week from the list of those at- tending the 26th anniversary party of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grummert of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek to Grand Island on Monday afternoon of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Mr. and Mrs. Edd El~ey and Ethan were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Oltmans and Aaron, to honor Edd Epley on his Dec. 13 birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans of Nelson. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanham, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Lanham, Buck Lanham and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drudik went to the home Phone 279.3875 Hardy, Neb. i i i i afternoon at the home of , . Marvin Thayer were Mrs, Christine Jones, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drudik and Thayer, Mrs. Leren Thayer, family to help Lori celebrate Mrs. Earl Corman, Mrs. her seventh birthday. Thayer and Mrs. John Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams were among supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Eggers of Ruskin. Donna and Teresa Kuhlmann spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Kuhlmann, Ruskin, attended a party. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson of Edgar. Mrs. Robert Frahm en- tertained 10 couples at a sur- prise party Saturday evening in honor of her husband, Robert, on his birthday. Mrs. Cleo Thayer was a dinner guest Wednesday and also attended a Christmas party at the home of Carol Osier of Hastings. Tuesday Mrs. Adella Gebers and Mrs. Betty Wulf attended a club Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Clara Sorge at Deshler. Friday evening Mrs. Gebers was among guests of Mrs. Frieda Frahm of Nelson for a pheasant supper. This was also to help Mrs. Frahm celebrate her birthday. Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Christine Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Denny Lanham. Monday forenoon Mrs. Orin Dillon of Edgar was a visitor. Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlamann were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Marquardt of Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek'of Davenport Friday evening. Sunday evening visitors of the Thayers were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson, of Nelson. Those from the Nora United Methodist Church who attended a United Methodist Women's officers meeting Thursday Wednesday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall and family were her Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bolding, Hebron. Sunday afternoon visitors Mr. and Mrs. Eilert were Mr. and Mrs. Saathoff and family of Sunday afternoon visitors Mrs. Bessie Adam~ were Mr. and Mrs. DOn Kathy and Bobby of Kan. Friday afternoon Extension Club Christmas party Mrs. Clifford Grove. Sunday evening supper of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo were Mr. and children of Harvard. Wednesday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Timmy and Laura were Mr. Mrs. Alvin Erb of Shickley, and Mrs. Bert Stutzman Beaver Crossing and Mr. Mrs. Lester Schleufer Superior. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lanham and Kenneth and and Mrs. Bob Drudik family went to Shelby they enjoyed a Lamb pre-Christmas dinner. are 30 in the family and present as guests of Mr. Mrs. Earl Benson. Sunday dinner guests Adella Gebers were Mr. Mrs. Don Gebers, and Tommy. That Mrs. Adella Gebers visited telephone with her brothe wife, Mr. and Mrs. Peters, of Byron. Mr. Peters had returned Saturday evening from where Mr. Peters had a cessful eye surgery at a in Omaha. May we find new joy and inspiration in the sacred story of the Christ Child's birtk Hardy State Bank MEMBER FDIC and Hardy Insurance Agency To our friends, a hearty holiday wish that you may enjoy all the best the season offers. 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