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News s. David Bothwell Harold Both- Saturday in Mother's Day. and Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Loren a,ad Mrs. Bruce were dinner and Mrs. In the after- , and Mrs. Bothwell Ila Larmer and Fern [Mrs. Ivan VanMeter Monday until Mrs. VanMe- mg tests. Mr. Con- morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Diamond, Richard Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond had supper at Smith Center. Rick Di- amond, Nicolette and Ashley visited in the Bert Diamond home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Butts and Erin visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butts, Jewell, Sunday afternoon before returning home. Argie Appleby returned to her home in Courtland Monday after being a patient at Republic County Hospital two weeks. Becky Butts and Audrey Dia- mond visited her Sunday morn- Latham, Lesley and Robin to Mankato where the girls partici- pated in a ballet recital given by Bethany's School of Dance. From there they went to Burr Oak where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Waugh and Ryan to celebrate the birthday of Kerry Waugh. Other guests were Kathy Chase, Dawn and Drew Morley, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Gates, Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waugh, Eve Lambrecht and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waugh and family. Mrs. Dana Johnson, Mrs. Michael Killian, Clyde, Mrs. Tracy Dining, Salina, and Mrs. Seth Dixon, Concordia, were in Topeka Monday to visit their sister, Mrs. Gene Weaver, who is in the Kansas Rehabilitation Center. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson were in Plainville to visit the Howard Fogies. Mrs. Johnson was a guest of Mrs. Fogle at the mother-daughter banquet. Amy Johnson was a Mother's Day weekend guest of her parents. Steve Hcspen, Carriere, Miss., and Orville Fangmeyer and son, Paul, ()range, Calif., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ward A II A Aurand. They came for the fu- neral of their aunt, Freda Vi- enop, Chester. Mr~ and Mrs. Sonny Boman, Brent, Ashley and Ryan, were visiting the Wallace Bomans and attended the Grace Fuller sale. Esbon Local News By Norine Hajny Tuesday afternoon several women met at the home of Jeri Shute to honor lone Shipley on her birthday. Glenn and Pearl Jones and Lucille Frost were in Dcdg,z City Wedne~':da', and Thursda~ visiting a cousin. Thursday evening V aden end Jean Davis, Jeri and Edward Shute, Tom Shute and Allene Davis went to the home of John mad Lori Allen, Red Cloud, to help Mrs. Allen celebrate a birthday. Congratulations . tl rl= I fl | on a lob Thursday, May 13, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B Vera Silsby and Avis Win- slow went to a Superior cafe Sunday with Merla and Lorus Hulbert for Mother's Day din- her. Lyle Silsby and friend also joined the group. Jacque Frcst and Roger 3ro- eckelman were weekend visitors of home folks. Mother's Day dinner guests of Glenn and Pearl Jones were Lucille Frost and Jacque. Colorado relatives attending memorial services for Ruth Col- son Saturday morning at the Mankato Christian Church were Claude mad Norma Hunter, Vic and Beth Hanson and Maxir~e Graham. Weekend guests of Harry and Carol Kindler were Bob Kindler, Dustin and Corey, Omaha, and Joy Kindler and Alida, Salina. Sunday they joined Gary and Kris Kindler and family for din- ner. lacque Frost, LuciUe Frost and Frances Burgess w