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/ Hill Locals... T  L  .. of J" ' 0f Superior was a accompanied Gene Alexander, ,,Ir_. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Candi and Denise to Geneva [llU Wednesday evening Sunday afternoon. ,lar Boyles, Elaine, Gary Hasemeyer attended ,rim !i ita and Bryan were the kindergarten round-up at ' guests of Mrs Max | the South Ward School in k. Wnam and family of Superior Wednesday morning. tioa. Mr. Van Ornam Ray Haecker of Mankato . at his home in this LYMonday to beginhis called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge Tuesday afternoon. Mr. 7 OPerations. Mrs. Van and Mrs. Burge were Sunday u '.,iK'. and famil will be joining 1:1 !Vat school is out. t " arJd Mrs. Lyle Me- n, Called on Mr. and Mrs.  ,,u e+ettit of Burr Oak April w Mrs'e Fay Vestal of nW0 re supper guests of t. + Paul Blackstone kv I g to observe the ,,ll)b TM Mrs. Vestal. rnd Mrs. Lyle Me- Were supper guests of al..Mrs. George Hun- . lankato Wednesday I Mrs. Duane Wiley i|i of ankate caned on Vernon Molder i evening. Paul Harvey of ' Called on Mr. and Mrs. evening. Robert Frasier were dinner guests Eugene Wood Roger Roe and of Mr. and Mrs. ler of Byron Rick Harris of guests of Richard Mc- and Terry Friday. Mr. and Mrs. went to Colby to l weekend. Mrs. Bill Kimminau and Mrs. of Guide Rock evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe of Superior. Lori Fintel of Superior visited Sherry Hasemeyer Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge visited Boyd Burge at Nuckolls County Hospital Sunday af- terno0p. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and Shannon atteded funeral ser- vices for their uncle, Howard Vernon, of Admire, Kan., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, sr., and Louie Hasemeyer, jr., Gary and Janice spent Thursday in Concordia. Summers of Mrs. Jim Healey of dinner guests of Robert Harvey Ralph Dye were of Mr. and Mrs. of Burr Oak Robert Kohn of guests of Mr. and and family Pettit were of M1-. and Mrs. Thursday observance of the Mrs. Pettit. lad Mrs. Arthur of Courtland visited Mrs. Joe Burge afternoon. Harold Mohler and+ Mr. and Mrs. of Republican and Mrs. Tuesday. Mrs, Kenneth of Lincoln were of Mr. and Mrs. and family Later in the and Mrs. Bill and family visited s. Elmer Britten and William An- were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. of Mankato. Clifford Bush, Lora of Lebanon, Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. and Davis, Ahrens, Blauvelt, Mr. Banks and Mr. Blackstone had a in Superior evening. The of tae evening was Blauvelt home. and Chris Mich., evening of Mr. and Mrs. was a . and Mrs. Wylie Gayle Sunday l'Iansefi and Shannon PUMP alL AGAIN?! "'. Cell us. We'll fix If it= beyond fix- t replace it with new GoUlds water With pltm J' E. Nobles & Heating 3 (entral SUperior, Neb. Ph0% 879.31 | 7 18 CERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal of Superior. Bostwick . . . Mr. and Mrs. Don Willett spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Combs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerner, jr., attended the funeral of his uncle, Harry Mock at Hut- chinson, Kan., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wilton and family of Denver came last Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Barleen and sons of St. Paul came Saturday morning to visit her parents and the Gilbert Wilton family. Miss Margaret Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton and family joined them for dinner Sunday. The Gilbert Wilton and Barleen families left Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monson visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyd at Sterling, Kan., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy visited Mrs. Harold Delka Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert and Ben Hake of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elders and Matt of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and daughters of Hardy and Mrs. Harold Delka and Doris were visitors in the Frank Delka home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress and granddaughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monson were dinner guests of Forrest Childress last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Willett and family and David Rust of Lincoln were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Combs Sunday. Kris, Kim and Rick Hall of Fairmont stayed with Mrs. Orval Childress and grand- daughters last Saturday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clyde and sons of Superior were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clyde. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton were dinner guests of Mrs. Otto Rohla at Mankato Sunday. Other guests there were Margaret Wilton, Rex Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes, or Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Strobl of Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter and Juliene of Guide Rock and Mr. and Mrs. David Rohla and children of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress, Shelley and Stephanie Gibbon and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brazil visited Mr. and Mrs. Eynner Andersen in Superior Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family entertained at a birthday dinner for her mother, Mrs. Louise Blankenbaker, of Red Cloud Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molley and Jack Molley of Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel and family entertained at a farewell dinner for Rev. and Mrs. Robert Leege in their home Sunday. others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Berens and Mrs. Gus Fintel. Relatives and friends of Sandra Wulf, attended graduation services at Guide Rock Monday evening and a lunch following com- mencement. Mrs. Clint Wernecke and boys were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wulf and sons Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock joined them later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Yvonne and Mrs. Irene Barfknecht were in Hastings Sunday afternoon to attend the 60th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Chris Henrichs at the Good Samaritan Village. Evening guests in the Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mueller and Tracy of Nelson and Sharon Meyer of Lincoln was an overnight guest. Joe Delka of Hardy and Vicki Whiteley of Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims Sunday evening. John Leonard of Cutertino, Thursday, May 11, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS S B Calif., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Keifer. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmore Hobelman of Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley last Tuesday evening. Cindy Kottmeyer of Nelson and Mike McCord of Kearney visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer and sons over the weekend. Mrs. Harold Delka visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims Friday evening. Mrs. Harold Gharring, Mrs. Donnie Iliff, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley last week. Dale Gourley of Superior was a dinner guest Sunday. Attend Concert Wheaton, III. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackstone were in the audience of 1,800 that attended the Men's Glee Club spring concert in Edman Memorial Chapel in the Wheaton College Campus last Included In Who's Saturday evening in Wheaton, Who Among Students nl. Roger D. Petersen of Hardy is A part of the program of the among 18 students at Central evening was a solo by Emilie Nebraska Technical College in Miller, Mezzo Contralto of the Hastings, who have been in- Chicago area, and a piano solo cluded for listing in the forth- by Jerry Blaekstone. Jerry was coming edition of Who's Who the accompanist for the Among Students in American evening's program. Junior College. 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