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May 17, 1973     Superior Express
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I 4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 17, 1973 THE CARSON & BARNES circus claims to have the largest traveling zoo of any circus in this country and those By Mrs. Paul Blackstone Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Jenkins of Sharon Springs, Kan., were recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs Mitchie Woerner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone visited Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray of Burr Oak Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moiler of Garden City, Kan., spent Monday night and Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Moiler, and ~amily. Mr. and Mrs Louie Hasemeyer, sr., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, jr, and family. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Tietjen and Dannel of Byron were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Schuster and family. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Kimminau and Angela of Lincoln were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill Kimminau and family. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stineman and family of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Iiliff Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stineman of Superior. They and Nathan Tietjen were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mrs. Gary Roe and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Roe and her house guest, Mrs. Verla Roe of Superior going to the show Sunday certainly enjoyed looking at the strange animals on display, Express Photo Mankato hosted a Mother's Day supper and birthday party for Michelle Woerner at their home Saturday evening. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold and Michelle, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and Janice of Burr Oak and Terry McCutcheon. Mitchie Woerner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner, Mrs. R. B. Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woerner and Mr. and Mrs. James Woerner and Lauri of Nelson enjoyed a picnic at the park in Superior, honoring Mother's Day and Michelle Woerner's birthday. Jerry Hasemeyer was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Louie Hasemeyer, sr., Satur- day. Mrs. William Andrews visited Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl Smith, of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone were dinner geusts of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Free of Hastings Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Max Oyler of Ingalls, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroeger of Byron Sunday evening. Mrs. Mitchie Woerner at- tended the baccalaureate service at the Burr Oak High School Sunday evening. Her sister, Janice Cockroft, is one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Peele of Belleville, Mrs. A. A. Thornton of Superior and Mrs. Mar- Jeanne Somerhalder of Minden, Neb., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs." Dean Thornton and family Mrs. Roy Nelson of Sublette, Kan., is spending a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frasier and Patricia. Mrs. Lavina Clark of Juniata, Neb., Donna Dye and Barbara Mienge of Hanover, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and family of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye. Verlan Broyles of Webber was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and John. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey attended the baccalaureate service at the Burr Oak High School Sunday evening. The snapping turtle can feed only when underwater and, unlike most other turtles, cannot draw its head or tail into its shell. Carl Moline of Courtland, Kan., visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Roe were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe and family of Republic. noon Mr. and Mrs. SAND AND GRAVEL Red Cloud, Nebraska Phone 746-2535 * Road Gravel * Concrete Sand ' Masonary Sand Oversize .Kansas and Nebraska Certified Pit Kendall Oberheide With Trained Courteous Memorial Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumental Need Large or Sma:l Contact Mrs. Edwin Ludwig Phone 627-38d5 Shlckley, Neb. Representing Pa Imers Brothers Granite Co. Holdrege, Neb. S2 Yurs under the same management ieqMs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert and family at Glenvil Carol Saltzman and Todd, Ron Hoffman and Mrs Elizabeth Hoffman were weekend guests in the Vic Hoffman home. Mrs. Lewis Nelson and Mrs. Carl Durch visited Mrs. Leona Paulsen Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin were Sunday guests in the Harold Crouch home in ob- servance of Mother's Day and the birthday of Mark McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Mazour for a family Mother's Day supper. 'the Oak men's bowling team, consisting of Jarvis Lauten- schlager, Ernie Buresh, Art Swanstrum, Rex Sykes and Levonn Peterson, with Dick Schott the substitute, won the play off to become champions of the Early Bird league. Ottis Kershner, Mrs. Edith Scroggin, Ernest Ferguson, Doug Berry and Jan At~ell of York College were Sunday dinner guests in the Bruce Scroggin home. Mrs. AI Swanstrum and Ann visited Mrs. Lily Erickson Sunday afternoon Mrs. Vernon Corman visited in the John Scroggin home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Gillan attended a 4- H council meeting in Nelson Tuesday evening. Mrs. Richard Paulsen visited Mrs. Herb Brettman in Deshler Monday morning. Dorothy Schott and children were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paulsen. Mrs. Cleo Scroggin visited Mrs. Fred Kotas on Tuesday evening in Davenport. Cheryl Meyer of Lincoln was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs Richard Paulsen. Mrs. Bruce Scroggin spent Mon...~y, Tuesday and Wed- m nesaay attending 1, York College. Mr. Lynae attended meetings. Terri Gillan was Dixie Corman eveninR. Mrs_ Ruby Deshler was a ternoon and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. attended baccala~ vices in Nelson coffee guests in Mrs Loretta of Leann. Kindergarden, and third gades spent Friday on a Superior, interest. Mrs. 70 *Mfg. retail priCe. Applicable i~ Fair Trade States only. Buy any Tore Premium Rear Engine rider mower or the 5-hp Front Engine rider mower, and get a bagging kit free. Or get a dump cart or seeder spreader, each a $35* value. " Offer good while inventories last. Haven't you done without a Tore long q +Phone 879-3716 --T Su rior, Nebraska 0 MILE WHITEWALL CONVKN- Fflr.T. 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