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May 11, 1972     The Superior Express
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A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 11, 1972 Nora Community News Mrs. Cleo rhayer was in Omaha on business Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman and Randy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyce Cox and family in Superior. Kenneth Lanham was a Wednesday supper and over- night guest of Lyle Meyer in the Alfred Meyer home. Mrs. Walter Schlamann at- tended a hair fashion show la' Wednesday at the Liderkranz in Grand Island. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham were Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Miller of Mt. Clare and Mrs. Pearl Bradley of Nelson. Mrs. Bradley remained over- night and left on Monday for Mancos, Colo., where she will make her home. Mr. and  Mrs. Walster Williams, Roger and Debbie attended a Fellowship supper Sunday evening at the Edgar Christian Church. ':'ger showed slides of his trip to Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hofts visited Zrvin Fintel of Byron at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Mr. Fintel had surgery on Thursday. Mrs. Fintel has also been in the hospital at Hebron and came home on Friday. The Hofts have visited her at various times. Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hofts were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleu/er. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth, Lori Drudik and Mrs. Myrtle Wondhead went to Bird City, Kan., for a weekend visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Lanham. Mrs. Woodhead remained for a longer visit. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schriner, Brenda and Jay of Harvard. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger and sons were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer and Mrs. Henry Schleufer went to Lincoln Thursday forenoon. Enroute there they also stopped at the Roy Stutzman home and Mrs. Stutzman accompanied them to visit Mrs. Milo Way in the Bryan Memorial Hospital. They also visited Mrs. Rodber Shaw in the Lincoln General Hospital and called on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Torbeck in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis and family attended the bac- calaureate services in Ruskin Sunday evening and later were among guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz and family. Larry Schultz was a member of the class. Mrs. Mae Lynch had as her Saturday dinner guests Bill Lynch and Jerry. Mrs. Bill Lynch was a patient in the Lincoln General Hospital last week for tests and observation. Mr. Lynch brought her home Sunday. Monday evening of last week Mrs. Lyndall Bargen ac- companied Janice Bargen to the Mother-daughter banquet at the Superior High School. Later Mrs. Bargen and Janice visited Mrs. Wayne Gumaer and new baby at the Nuckolls County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Shubert Koken .of Seattle, Wash., spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swigart. Mr. Koken is a cousin of Mr. Swigart and also Ralph Koken of Superior. He left the Cadams community with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koken, when he was 10 years old and is now retired. He and his wife are traveling and visiting relatives and friends with a trailer house which they had parked in Nelson. Sunday the Kokens and Swigarts at- tended church together in Nora and had dinner at a cafe in Ruskin. Then all went to Nelson and visited in the trailer home with Mr. and Mrs. Koken. They also visited others before leaving for Bird City on Mon- day. Mrs. Mae Lynch called on several patients in the Good Samaritan Home in Nelson Sunday afternoon. In the evening Mrs. Lynch visited Mrs. Mary Lanham in Ruskin. Mrs. Soren Thomsen spent No doubt about it. You've done it and we are proud of you. Warren's Barber Shop REPUBLIC, KANSAS [l I II I II I ratulations Another successful step toward future plans is yours. RAY'S REPAIR REPUBLIC, KANSAS I I I Ill I I I I I I : =,,,,,,, t, ,,,,,, .... , ,,,, .,,,, I,I , I I I II Aim high! 0PFortunitles are waiting for all you grnduates. Just fire away and you'll be on target for lots of success. We wish you the best of luck. [l'l, ' "' ' "'l"'" I " ,l"" '""' ' II llll \\; Thornton's IGA Republic, Kamms PAr, HtNKS, Prin. 1912 LESLIE ANN JOHNSON VICTOR SURGE THOMAS HOFTS DEtRA MOELLER ALLEN HURLEY LEON HOBSON SONYA SEYBOLD KAN DUNBACK CRAIG [ t. 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Mrs. Don Reed of Courtland spent Wednesday with Mrs. Bessie Adams and Roiland. Visitors that evening were Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher. Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Adella Gebers were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckert of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith and Mrs. Frieda Frahm. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham went to Lincoln Saturday and took Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lanham and Scott out for dinner and visited in their home. They also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckert. Mary Kriger of Hastings spent Wednesday at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger. In the afternoon Mary and her mother visited in the Jerome Mazour home in Nelson. Highland.. Mrs. Lena Meyer, Mrs. Louise Oltman and Mrs. Marie Stahl were dinner guests II II I I Ill Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jaeobitz visited Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and family Wednesday evening. Several from this community attended the Y-Teen Tea Thursday afternoon at the Nelson High School. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schriever were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honeycutt and Mike Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse Sunday for dinner, celebrating their 54th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Adamson. Mrs. Gary McClure and Jamie, Mrs. Roy Honeycutt and Mrs. Fern Cassell visited Floy Porter Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen visited Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christensen Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Gladys Webber of Superior has been spending a few days in the Ivan Jacobitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce were Sunday dinner guests of Anna and Elva Mumma. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma and Lila Bruce of Santa Monica, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer and family were in Lincoln Friday visiting Diane Follmer and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer. Enroute home they stopped at the Milford Trade School for the open house. Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Shirley Corman and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer and family. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honeycutt were Mr. and Mrs. Howard ,Thompson and Dayle and Mr. You've mode it! And we're awfully proud of you! Keep up the good work as you move on to bigger and better things ahead. Republi. yeed Fertlhzer CHARLES CLINE Phone 361-2265 or 361-4121 Livestock Handling Equipment, Hardware, Farm Supplies and Mrs. Bill Riley of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Keim and Sebert Keim visited the Vern Widell family in West Covina, Calif., the past week. Mrs. Widell has recently had surgery and is still in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Keim were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Keim. Pleasant View Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruttman of Minden, Iowa, came Saturday to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Ruttman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buresh and Danny joined the group for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mertens of Lawrence were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Karmazin. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sharer of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kar- mazin and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Julius Karmazin Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wilma Damoude was a guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gene Krabel and family of Hastings for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking and Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Kramer. Mrs. Grace Whiteley and Mrs. Wilma Damoude visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Emma Oltmans and Lila. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wroughton visited Mrs. Wroughton's aunt, Mrs. Frances Thomas of Nebraska City who is 98 years old and is in very poor health. They returned to Nelson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Alberts and Steve of Grand Island were early Mother's Day dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert. Carl Mueller, jr., and Debbie Moran of Oakland were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller. Sunday afternoon callers were Dale Mueller and sons of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mueller and daughter. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Menke were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. Kenneth Himmelberg and and Mrs. Willard Karmazin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike family. Thayer and family and Mr. and Bernita Schroer was a Mrs. Fred Jester and Lynn. Saturday and Sunday guest of Susan Ruhga. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington visited an aunt, Mrs. Mary Olsen, at Hastings Sunday afternoon. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stansbury and Galen on their return home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- macber and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mazour of Lawrence Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee attended the piano recital given by Mrs. Wayne Mosier's students Sunday afternoon at Christ's Lutheran Church in Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- reacher and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mazour and family of Lawrence Thursday evening. Top awards go to all our grads for a Job well done! Good wishes and happy hopes come their Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Troudt and Jodi. Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mr. Mike Buresh and Sunday dinner Mrs. Frank Girl Scout Troop 179 Keeling brought members worked had five volunteers make cookies for the Give to a beggar and he will be sore him down on the Shining success to all graduates. We're ready help brighten the future with the ear of yo dreams. Lloyd Hallgren # Son Construction REPUBLIC, KANSAS GOOD way for the best of everything and a successful future. ELSIE & JESS Hofts Plumbing & Elec. REPUBLIC, KANSAS Republic, Kansas i I i II Ill We look forward to serving you. REPUBLIC OIL CO. TEXACO PRODUCTS PHONE 361-2984 REPUBLIC, KANSAS I ii i II I Keep up the good work. REPUBLIC GRAIN cO, Republic, Kansas