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8 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 18, 1973 ! Abdal Local News.... Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fischer guests, Peggy and Lori Shrontz, of Mankato called on Howard along with her little brothers, Larsen last Thursday morning. Jan and Daryl Wilton returned to Lincoln Monday after visiting over the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Wilton. Both are students at the University of Nebraska. Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family were visitors in the Alfred Mueller home in Superior. Lona Ahrens was an overnight guest of Pam Mueller and Bruce Mueller was an overnight visitors of Darin Ahrens, Mrs. Verle McKevitt and last Thursday in Hastings. Michelle attended Sunnyside Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Club last Wednesday afternoon Ray Uhrmacher, Melvin and in the home of Mrs. Elmer Darrell visited with Mr. and Sehriever. Mgs. Virgil Uhrmacher and Call, jr. Jennifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shrontz. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ahrens were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Lin- nemann and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelsen enjoyed a waffle and pancake supper last Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever. Saturday afternoon Bruce Stiles was a visitor in the home of Mrs. Sophie Meyer. Ed Hudson and Carol spent OVER 160 NEBRASKANS heard "Professional Views of ,O.S.H.A. and its inter-Workings" during a conference at the Nebraska Center in Lincoln, Jan. 12-13. Designed to benefit anyone who employs people, the meeting was sponsored by the Nebraska State Departments of Economic Development and Labor and the University of Nebraska College of Engineering and Architecture. Registering at the center are three representatives of Mid-America Dairymen, Inc.; Melvin Derr (left), Superior; and Darrell Anderson and Frank Knopik, both of Fullerfon. Bruce Stiles visited last Russ. Mrs. Don Fullerton and family Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Harry Persson and Mrsl of Hastings. In the afternoon Mrs. Marie Wall at Davenport, Mary Carter were guests they all went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry PerssonSaturday afternoon of Mrs.Mrs. Marie Wortman to visit. were supper guests last Helen Malsbury. Alan Wilton celebrated his Thursday evening of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson took eighth birthday last Thursday Mrs. Lawrence Persson and Carol to Lincoln Monday. She afternoon after school by Lori. spent the holidays with her having all his school friends of with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sohaaf and family. Mrs. Clarence Wilton has Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. parents. Tony Kimminau and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family Swanson visited Friday evening were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted with Mr. and M4"s. John King. Kimminau. Gary and Lana Wissing Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nielsen visited Saturday in the Alfred were supper guests last Miller home near Guide Rock. Tuesday evening of Mr. and Supper guests of Mrs. Velma Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. McKevitt at Nelson on Monday Last Friday Mrs. Ralph evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wilton and Mrs. Alfred Mueller Verle McKevitt, Larry and of Superior called on Mrs. Dale Doerr at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher, Melvin and Darrell called on Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family. Dale Ekart of Imperial was a weekend guest in the Clarence Wilton home. Jennifer Shrontz celebrated her third birthday on Saturday afternoon by having as her Michelle. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family of near Guide Rock called on Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton and family were Sunday dinner guests of Harold and Ervin Hanich of Blue Hill at a Superior care. Others attending were Mrs. Marie Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wortman and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilton and Brandy and Mr. and returned to teaching school at Bostwick this week. She had a car accident Jan. 4. Mrs. Harry Jensen of Superior substituted for her last week. the lower room of Beaverville ...... - ...... --: : =---- school at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen and Heather were supper guests Wednesday evening of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson and Carol visited Fairview Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert were in Lincoln Sunday and Monday to attend the state board meeting and annual meeting of County Extension Boards, held at the Nebraska Center on the east campus. Sunday evening the board members were guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. John ill ill, With Trained Courteous Memoria I Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumenta I Need Large or Small Contact Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig Phone 627-3~4S Shickley, Neb. Representing Pa Imers Brothers Granite Co. Holdrege, Neb. 52 Years under the same management I Your Golden Opportunity is now at your Chrysler- Plymouth Dealer's. Now it's easy to make a great new- car buy. Start with our Plymouth Duster, room for five, easy to handle, economical all over. Now add wall-to-wall carpet, white- walls, wheel covers and special m.omzio o=Aum CHRYSLER MOlOIt8 OOItPO~TION trim. And after you do all that, you can also get a canopy vinyl roof at no extra charge. The factory doesn't charge us, so we don't CllRYSLER have to charge you. That's Gold Duster. And that's a Gold Sticker Value. Coming through for you. See us now. Adams. Dr. Adams is the Ex- Mrs. James Mumma and Mrs. attended a~ card party in the Theresa Jensby one day last home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome 'tension Director of the University of Nebraska. week. Mazour on Friday evening, a. m. -- L e V o n S c~ Mr. and Mrs. James Keith Kathie and Lou Ann Meyer of Mrs. LaRee Eckman was superintendent. M~ were Sunday supper guests of , Hastings spent Sunday with Mr. dismissed from the Superior worship, 10:30 a.m.~ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring, :and Mrs. Everett Meyer and Hospital on Tuesday~but will be meeting, 6:30 p.m.; to help them celebrate their family, staying with her parents, Mr. service, 7:30 p.m. News Randy Peterson joined the air force and is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin and Lynae and Mrs. LaRee Eckman were Sunday dinner guests of Ernest Ferguson. Other guests were Mrs. Alice Thayer and Harold Mitchell and David. Mrs. Nellie Samsula is un- dergoing tests at Mary Lanning Hospital. Otis Kershner and Mrs. Edith Scroggin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll in Superior. Mrs. Fern Johnston was a Thursday afternoon caller of Mrs. Arthur Scroggin. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kimminau and family of Hastings were Sunday af- ternoon guests of Mrs. Hanna Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson were in Hastings Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin, until the doctor releases her to join her husband in Searcy, Ark. Mrs. Fern Johnston was a Friday afternoon coffee guest of Mrs. Leona Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seefeld and Stacy of Emerald were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family jointed them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mont- gomery and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schoof were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Hanna Judy. Bill Ferguson has the misfortune of falling in the back of the store Saturday, hitting the back of his head which required stitches to close. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buresh took him to the emergency room at Mary Lanning Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson. Steve Eckman left Tuesday for his home in Searcy, Ark. Circle I met with Leona Paulsen Tuesday. Next meeting will be with Kay Hicks and Rena Ouding. Oak Community Chu~=,.. . Sunday school hour~HCla Rural Missionaries, Rena Ouding and Kay Anglers in Nebraska any kind of scent on lures, as long as it does or kill the fish or water. wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adamson and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oltmans were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Keith. Mrs. Ed Schultz and Pam of Ruskin were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Way of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz attended the annual congregation dinner and business meeting at the Presbyterian church in Nelson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bailey at Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schier- meyer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Woods of Fairfield were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Rosalie Mikkelsen of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma were dinner guests of i A Supel ~ident :rout 11: ~ffice~ ~iebber , I As we have sold our farm, we will sell the following at public auction at farm, located 6 miles north and 1 mile west of Guide Rock, Neb. or 4 west to Highway 78, 9 miles south and I mile west of Lawrence, Neb. ing at I p.m., on Cowle, W.S.C . Will Serve Lunch 2 2-way hydraulic cylinders 5-inch, 16-ft. gra : auger wi'th eleetrle 1970 IHC 856 tractor, diesel, wide front, 4-inch, 16-ft. gram auger with new batteries, 18-4x34 tires, wheel Pump jack with electric motor weights, 640 actual hours. Bought in New h.p. electric motor Lincot fall of 1971 1967 Oliver combine, No. 542, 16-ft., cab, set of pickup guards, milo guards. Bought in 1968 1972 4-row Crust Buster cultivator, 3-point 1971 IHC No. 470 wheel tandem disc, 171/ ft. wing type 1970 Krause chisel plow, 14-ft., No. 1071 1970 IHC No. 10 gxain drill, 16-10, with fertilizer boxes 1969 IHC 4-row planter, fertilizer boxes, rubber press wheels 1969 Miller semi chisel rod weeder, 12-ft. 1968 Crust Buster springtooth, wheel car- rier 1968 Quaker weed sprayer, on cart New 41-ft. 6-inch grain auger, on wheels 9 h.p. gas motor for auger 196 John Deere 4-row rotary hoe 1962 IHC 4-16 semi-mounted plow, No. 412 4-section fold-over harrow 12-ft. Case dump rake Easy Flow dry fertilizer spreader, 10-ft. Tumble bug Old wagon and 2 steel running gears 120-gal. pickup gas tank, with pump 2 65-bu. hog feeders 75-gal. hog waterer Hog shed, 10 x 16, folding sides 300-gal. gas tank and steel stand 300-gal. diesel tank on steel stand 300-gal. fuel barrel Fleming cattle oiler 3 16-ft. feed bunks Tractor radio Hog oiler Auctioneer' Note: Pig creep feeder Corrugated steel roofing Steel posts Hog wire Barbed wire Front mounted sprayer bracket Comfort cover for H or M 2 Yard gates 75-ft. 1-inch plastic pipe Part of barrelof diesel oil Grease guns Slat cribbing 2 Sets of harness 2 feed tanks Hay rope and carrier Straw walker cover for 82 Massey Some old iron Other miscellaneous items amd and Mrs. I All 1966 Ford F600 truck, 2-ton, down box, hoist, V-8, 2.epeed, actual miles 1954 Chevrolet truck, .brain sides and 4-wheel electric running gear with box 6 Second calf Hereford heifers rxerexorct cows, 4 to 7 years old The above cows are bred to black will start calving in March. Cows blood tested before sale. fJtl HAY 2 Stacks cane hay, approximately 20 each II If you are looking for late model machinery, that is like sure and attend this auction. There are not many small items and we will start 1:00 p.m. Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Not accident& Merchandise at bidder's risk bid off. PAA Superior, Nebraska m Andy and Slim Montgomery. Auctioneers and Complete Auction