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7" Art Swanstrom andHenry ~ Knotts conducted the Paulsen went to Lincoln Sunday had dinnermeeting, where they met Barb Glasor church Sunday. The ladies bowling team and Carolyn Tilman, Omaha, Mrs. Steve Trondt particiapted in the state tour- and Kim Schott, Dorothy Schott Deweese, were nament held at Lincoln and Mrs. LaVern Ranz, Lincoln. Mr. and Saturday and Sunday. Members Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Hinz and Hanson and of the team are Claris Samsula, Marlene l-linz went to Lincoln Merna Buresh, Linda LoontJer, Wednesday and were guests of lona Blltoft and Brenda Scho~. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hinz and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sumanla family. Dean Hinz joined them were Saturday night guests of Thm-sday. Marlene left by plane Mr. and Mrs. Connie Nelson and for her home in Bismark, N.D. familyand Merna Buresh was a Dean. Ray and Dale were Saturday night and Sunday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. guest of her sister, Cleo Lain- El&'ed Hinz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Samsula crowd attended celebrated their wedding an- breakfast held n/versaries by having a eafe ' Church d/nuer Monday. By Mrs. Warren Stiles morning Pastor Donna Glllan and Leona Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer Mrs. Art Swanstrom Swanstrom visited Carleton Sunday LiIlian visited Mr. Thursday Mrs. Homer Seefeld of Mr. and Seefeld and family, and Mark were Saturday evening coffee guests after the game of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer, Jason and Amy, Davenport. Other guests were Mr and Mrs. Don Follmer and Brenda and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen. Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs. Thayer, Shelly and Mark were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink and sons, Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones were Thursday forenoon callers Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Laluk, Superior. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Jenny went to Daykin and were dinner guests t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Endorf, and also at- tended a sale. That evening Mrs. Jones visited Mrs. Derthy Schoen while Mr. Jones and Jenny attended a movie. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley were in Lincoln for the weekend with their family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch, Brent and Brandon were Sunday afternoon visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Chapman, and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie An- derson were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lorella Duensing, Deshler. Saturday evening visitors in the Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Kuhlman, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kott- meyer, Fairmont, were Monday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer. Thursdgy, February 24, 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schleufer Troy, Todd and Tim. Tt~y a~ Hans Christonsen to Hastings and family were among Sunday helped Tim celebrste Saturday and attended a con- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. birthday. Other guests were Mr. cert. Milan Ray and family, Grand and Mrs. Marvin Oltmane Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm Island. They were celebrating Nelson. visited Mr and Mrs. Ron Porter Lisa Schleufer's eighth birthday Mr. and Mrs Walster and family Thursday evening, and Scott Ray's 13th birthday. Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Max Lanham visited Tuesday overnight guests of Walt Eggers Saturday evening. Vera Parker, Nelson, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham Mr.andMrs. RngerWilliams, afternoon. Saturday Mr. and were Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Tylez and Lanee visited Mr. and Mrs. Lanham were among Whiteley, Juniata. Wednesday Mrs. Jack Hoist, Davenport,. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs the Whiteleys accompanied the Tuesday evening. Berness Miller Sunday af- Lanhams to Lincoln where they Elma Gerbeling visited Mrl ternoon Mrs. Lanham visited Donna Madson, Superior. Vella Bauman was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister, Viola Ahrens, Oak. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ahrens and family, Oak, and Randy Bauman. stayed overnight and Thursday and Mrs. Cliff Krondak, Lin- On Monday of last week Mr. coin, a few days last week. and Mrs. Earl Lanham went to Sunday afternoon visitors of Ravenna to watch their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargan son, Troy Lanham, play in the were Mr. and Mrs. Tom basketball game. They were Bargen, Julie and Brad. overnight guests in the home of Evening visitors were Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lanham, Mrs. Harry Saathoff, Hebr0 California Iceberg FFA Week = Indian River \ Largl Large Heads seee~eee ) Porterhouse Chuck E re Lt see Pork Fresh .... Lb. ...... Lb. Beef Jack & Jill Stamp Special ..... Lb. ..... Lb. ..... Lb. ..... Lb. USDA Choice Beet Wimmer's Lb. Bag Wimmer's 11-oz. Chub Mickelberry's Assorted ....1 Oscar Mayer All Meat -Lb. .......... Lb. Jack & Jill Stamp Special T Sno-White Fresh Red Ripe CALIF. Large Bunch ) ........ 8-oz. Pkg. . Bunches Lb. Large Sl 5 tb.Bag C. A. 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