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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 25, 1972 The Ruskin News.... Ruskin Community Presbyterian Church: Rev. Forrest Grimm, pastor. Sun- day, May 28, worship, 8:30 a.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Rev. Martin H. Juengel, pastor. Sunday, May 28, worship, 9:00 a.m. with Sunday school fodowing. Daily Vacation Bible School, May 22 for two weeks. 8:30 a.m.to 11:00 a.m. Bethany Lutheran Church: Rev. Edward J. Hiller, pastor. Sunday, May 28, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Daily Vacation Bible School begins May 29, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Wednesdays 2 to 4 p.m. Story time at 2. Mrs. Ed Rogge, librarian. The following were confirmed at Bethany Lutheran Church at graduation ceremonies of Lincoln General Hospital School of Nursing at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Joyce Kaldahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Vernon Kaldahl, was a member of the graduating class. The group enjoyed supper in Lincoln earlier in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Larsen were in Lincoln Friday. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Joetta, who spent the weekend here. Evening guests in the Larsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Arne Larsen of Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pointer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arnold and David and Miss Linda Youngblood were honored guests ata picnic supper held at the Party Room Monday evening. Others attending were the Sunday morning service: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and Danny Renz, Bobby Houtwed, family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Philip Simonsen and Lorell DeWester and girls, Mrs. Carol Peterson. Shuck, Miss Mary Palmer, Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rowlan Anderson and and Mrs. Dewane Houtwedand girls, Mr. and Mrs. Dale sons to honor Bobby on his Adamson, Miss Lena Scb- confirmation day were Mr. and meling, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Mrs. GeneHansenandfamily of Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Aurora, Mrs. Dale Gates of Kastrup, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Fairbury, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Walden, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Houtwed and Mr. and Mrs. Sykes and grandson, Russell Elmer Lipker. Prentiss and Mr. and Mrs. John Rasmussen of Cozad Rolland Franzen and children. came last Monday to visit The seventh and eighth grade relatives and friends. He was a pupils and their sponsor, Larry houseguest of Ernest Smith, enjoyed a field trip to Christensen. Lincoln Monday. They were Ruskin Public School held its accompanied by the following last day of classes May 17. who furnished transportation: Awards night was last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka, day evening. Donald Petersen, Mrs. LaVerne Mrs. Chris Laursen of Meyer, Mrs. Dewane Houtwed Superior andMrs. Vera Kaldahi and Mrs. Jens Houtwed. Some accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl, Janet, John of the places visited were the State Penal complex, TV and Bruce to Lincoln Wed- Station KOLN and the capitol nesday evening to attend the building. Mrs. Lillie Erickson of Jo Jenssen and Mrs. Robert Superior and Kathryn Jo Werner. Miss Jensen was Jenssen accompanied Mr. and unable to attend on Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Swanstrom and Dennis Schiermeyer returned Ann of Oak to Hillsboro, Kan., Wednesday evening from Sunday where they attended Lincoln to spend the summer commencement exercises at with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tabor College. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schiermeyer, Diane and Swanstroms' daughter, Sandra, Janice. was a member of the class to Roger Kastrup came Thurs- Mrs. Elmer Werner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Werner and family of Carleton, Mrs. E. C. H. Renz, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Renz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schultz and family, Mrs. Harold Jensen, Mrs. Ernest Nelson, Mrs. Ova Schultz, Randy and Bradley Meyer, Tim Crowl and Mark Petersen. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Hiller joined the group for afternoon coffee. Danny's sponsors were Kathryn receive her degree, day evening from Blair to his Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Kastrup, home to spend the summer. He Roger, Stan and Ernest will be employed by Hansen & Christensen were in Blair Son and Nuckolls County Im- Saturday. Saturda evening plement this summer. they attended a recognition Con Sykes of Hebron was a dinner honoring outstanding Wednesday evening supper and alumni of Dana College and the overnight guest in the home of class of 1972. Sunday morning his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva they attended Dana bac- Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sykes calaureate and Sunday at- and family of Beatrice were ternoon commencement at their Saturday afternoon Borup Coliseum. Rodney visitors. Kastrup graduated with a B.A. Paul Petersen was in Lincoln Degree with majors in Thursday. I4i doctor at the Chemistry and General Lincoln Orthopedic Center Science. He was honored at a removed the cast from his hand, coffee at the Kai Kastrup home which has been in a cast for five in Blair following corn- months. Paul will be using mencement, therapy treatment to increase Mrs. Dewane Houtwed en- the mobility of his injured tertained a group of ladies at a finger for one month and will party at her home Tuesday then return for examination. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ray Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Renz, Tim Lipker and sons of Norwalk, and Scott, entertained the Iowa, spent the weekend with following at dinner and af- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lipker. ternoon coffee at Bethany Mrs. Elsie Petersen of Fellowship Hall Sunday to Superior was a Tuesday and honor their son and brother, overnight guest of Mrs. Cora Danny, on his confirmation Pedersen. The ladies went to day: Mr. and Mrs. Omar Superior Wednesday and Mrs. Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pedersen returned to her home Winther of Minden, Mr. and in Ruskin Friday. They and Mrs. Vera Kaldahl were BRIDE - TO - BE CATHY EGGERS Bride-to-be of DAN PARKER has her selection of STAINLESS on clisplay at THOMAS' JEWELERS Hebron Your Full Service Jewelry Store PUBLIC As we are leaving town, we will sell the following at public auction at 908 Kansas Street, Superior, at 6:00 p.m., on Tuesdoy,. Moy 30 Tuesday evening callers of Mrs. Anna Renken. Mrs. Arthur Moran attended the mothers' tea at Salem Church Tuesday, as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Meyer. Mrs. Amy Bocek of Hastings was a Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Addis Jensen visited William Ribert at his home in Superior Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noblitt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moran and Mrs. F. G. Dillon attended commencement in Hardy Wednesday evening and were lunch guests in the Herbert Jensen home to honor Jay Jensen on his graduation. Mrs. Alice Olsen returned to her home Thursday after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. William Bon- degard, husband and son, Brad, in Stanton, Calif., and with her son, Donald, and family in Seattle, Wash. Enroute home she spent a day in Lincoln and was met in Hebron by Mrs. Arnold Simonsen. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Franzen and children and Mr. and Mrs. Rowlan Anderson and daughters visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson May 14, to help the latter Mr. Anderson celebrate his birth- da'iriam Hiller of Blair came Thursday to spend two weeks with her varents, Rev. and Mrs. Edward Hiller, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen and sons attended com- mencement exercises an Davenport Tuesday evening and were coffee guests in the Donald Hansen home in Oak to honor their daughter, Patricia, who was a member of the class. Saturday evening callers in the Kenneth Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Warren and children of Superior. Mrs. Ing Wall of Albany, Ore., visited Mrs. F. G. Dillon Saturday forenoon. Mrs. Vera Kaldahl joined the following at the Vernon Kaldahi home near Hardy for lunch IHII Ill W I II II I I d II Househol Goods G.E. electric refrigerator-deep Fishing equipment freeze, like new Library table G.E. electric range, 30-inch, Book case push button Books 5-p!ece dinette suite Ice chest 2-pace bedroom suite, corn- T-V trays plete Coleman camp stove, 2-burner 2-piece brown living room Steel utility cabinet suite Throw rugs Pasture, greenchop, silage, 2 Rocking chairs 2 Electric fans fodder, winter g Chests of drawers Dressing table grazng-a fied Metal bed, complete Electric iron of NC Forage Sorghum or Sudan- Hospital bed, complete Baby bed grass-Sorghum 4 Table lamps Suitcases hybrid works for you all ,.qnall end tables Several boxes of dishes and summer long. Push-type lawn sweeper miscellaneous items NC, has a forage _ , ,,,,, , ,, , , , ,, , , hybrid to get the job done for you. Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled for. EARLY SEEDLING Not responsible for accidents VIGOR ...... FAST REGROWTH Mrs HIGHER TONNAGE Mr and . sw,,,_,o,, PALATABLE MORE TDN PER Floyd Bryan Mill SUPERIOR Arnold Ross WEBBER Andy Montgomery, Auctioneer, and Ono Eitzmann HARDY Complete Auction Service Lawrence Kirchhoff HARDY. Wednesday evening after all attended commencement exercises in Hardy to honor Bruce on his ighth grade graduation: Mrs. Chris Laursen and Joe Miller of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Standly Lang and family of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann and Eldon Eitzmann and daughters of Hardy. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. James K.im- minau and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Horacek in Fairfield Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lemke and family were Sunday supper guests in the Bill Schroer home to honor Shelly Schroer on her first communion day. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour and family of Nelson were Thursday evening visitors in the Levi Miller home. Evarista and Gilbert Gilsdorf were Sunday guests in the Ray Wombacher home at Shelby. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brock- man spent last weekend in St. Louis, where they attended the baseball games of the regional tournament of Junior colleges. Their son, Duane, played for Southwestern College of Oklahoma. Wencil Kucera spent several days as a patient in Clarkson Hospital, Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Kath- man and family visited Ernie Schroer home Sunday evening. Evarista and Gilbert Gilsdorf attended the graduation of their niece, Jeanie Anderson, in Hastings Sunday evening. Mrs. Leo Szopieray is a patient at Mary Lanning Hospital. Mrs. Margaret Schommer has been released from the Nuckolls County Hospital. Sunday evening visitors in the Levi Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family of Shickley and Mr. and Mrs. Al Kimminau. The following second graders of Sacred Heart Parish received first communion Sunday: Judy Buschkoetter, Barbara Herbek, Jill Hlavac, Michael Hofstetter, Pat Himmelburg, Jerry Kar- mazin, Larry, Gary and Pamela Kohmetseher, Michelle Schroer, Arnold Svobeda, Mary Theer, Ronald Ziggafoos and Duane Himmelburg, A break- fast was served by the Home- School Association. Mr. and Mrs. James Kim- minau and sons were Tuesday evening visitors in the Jack Lemke home. Mrs. Ralph Herz and Mrs. Alex Brockman attended the D.C.C.W. convention in Lincoln Tuesday. Mother's Day guests in the George Kimminau home were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kimminau and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Romuald Kolbet and sons of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kimminau and family. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Heinrich of Lincoln were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Buschkoetter. St. Stephen's Altar Society served the Busohow-Buescher wedding dinner Saturday evening. Pleasant View (Last Week's Items) Dan and Carol Karmazin of Lincoln were Mother's Day guests Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kar- mazin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Ruttman and family were coffee guests after the grade school musical Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Karmazin and family. Mrs. Wilma Damoude visited with Mrs. Willard Karmazin Monday afternoon. Mrs. Emma Oltmans and Lila were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oltmans. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wroughton were Mr. WATER PUMP FAIL AGAIN?! Relax... call us. We'll fix things up. If its beyond fix- ing, let us replace it with a nice new GouIds water system with Dependability plus J. E. Nobles Plumbing & Heating 333 Central Superior, Neb. Phone 879-3117 OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN and Mrs. Dennis Fuller, Mrs. Mary Olsen and Jerry and Mrs. Vaden Kramer of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton. Lillian Wilson was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murman of Glenvil. Mrs. Wilma Damoude was a weekend guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krabel and family of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Ferebee of Parkdale, Ore., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee this week. Dinner guests Wed- nesday in their honor were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee and J. W. Ferebee and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mosier of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee attended a family dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Ferebee of Parkdale, Ore., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferebee of Red Cloud on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Buresh and Danny were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Ruttman and family. Mrs. Milton Ferebee en- tertained several ladies to a coffee Thursday morning. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen and Dennis were Mrs. Nell Michaud, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson and Diane and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Holsteen and Shana of Lincoln. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michaud and sons of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- reacher entertained at a Mother's Day dinner.-Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mazour, Gene and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mazour of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. John Kucera of Lawrence and Bill Hohl. Mrs. Steve Troudt visited with Mrs. Marvin Smidt of Superior Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Holsteen and Shana of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen and Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Troudt entertained the following guests for Sunday evening supper in honor of their daughter, Jodi, on her second birthday and also for Mother's Day: Mr. and Mrs. Verel Whiteley and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Melvin of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Troudt. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons bad as their Mother's Day supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington. Pam Karmazin was a Thursday overnight guest of Cheryl Ruttman. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Timm and family and Mrs. Ethel Smidt of HastIgs and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lanham and Troy of Kearney were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mrs. Stella Klawitter. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons attended the wedding of Jackie Remmick and Lee Miller in Juniata Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- macher attended graduation at Lawrence Friday evening. Patty Mazour, a sister of Mrs. Uhrmacher, was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adamson visited with Mrs. Marion Marriott of Upland, Calif., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Becker Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nielsen visited with Mrs. Dorothy Dillon of Clay Center Sunday af- ternoon. Dean Adamson came Friday to spend the summer with his parents. He has been attending Kearney State College. Mrs. Grace Whiteley and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whiteley of Glenvil and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Whiteley were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adamson attended the Ruskin High School graduation Friday evening. Mrs. Hazel Statz was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Statz and Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen and family of Laurel, NOb. Mrs. Boyd Jones and Gwen attended a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Dick Helzer of Omaha at the home of Mrs. Dave Baylor at Union, NOb., Saturday afternoon. They were ac- companied by Mrs. Myrtle Jones, Mrs. Christena Corman and Mrs. Roza Corman. Miss Gwen Jones, who has been attending Kearney State College, returned to her home Thursday evening where she will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lanham and Troy of Kearney were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans. Mrs. Bob McCutchan, Betty and Billy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Eckles to Lincoln to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Eekles, jr. Saturday afternoon the ladies attended a bridal shower for Miss Debbie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luth and Jolyn of Grand Island and Robert McCutchan were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Isa McCutchan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora, Mrs. Lillian Lipovsky and Mrs. Mary Hubl of Lawrence visited Mr. and Mrs. William Sekora Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora and Susan attended commencement exercises in Lawrence Friday evening and were lunch guests in the Den Buescher home following the exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Don Godding of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Rae Hansen of Superior were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mueller and Tracy. It was also Tracy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Dennis Follmer of Lincoln. Mrs. Maude Rule of Eugene, Ore., spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. Sunday they visited with Dr. and Mrs. George Harris and family of Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ras Hansen of Superior. Fairview (Last Week' s News) Mr. and Mrs. Cbarlie Patton of Cannon City, C61o., visited from Tuesday until Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker and Jason of Malcolm, NOb., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer attended graduation exereus for Larry Joe Sehults, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz, at Ruskin Friday evening and a reception at the Sehultz home after graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz and LeAnn were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Margaret Grummert and Alfred for Mother's Day. Mrs. Charlie Patton of Cannon City, Colo., and Mrs. Fredo Bergman called on Mrs. .Mary Meuller Wednesday af- ternoon. Lois Schiermeyer of Madras, India, was honored at the home of Mrs. Ola Meyer at a cooperative lunch Monday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman $chlermeyer, Mrs. Ethel Clabaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Muller. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Patton and Jessica of Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Patton of Cannon City, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bergman and Greg of O'Neill, Neb., were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters called later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams and Virgil visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckert of Santa Arm, Calif., were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schufeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lulu Holms. Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker and Jason of Malcolm, NOb., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer, Mr. and Mrs: Harry Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman and Mark Meyer of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Redber Shaw of Superior called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert and Llla visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Charlle Patton of Cannon City, Colo., and Mr. Morton Buildings Backed by the strongest warranty in offered or, a farm building! For further information mail coupon to Morton Buildings, Box 202 Mtnden, Neb. Phone 30S-832-1715. We will erect a 42x63' Model 82B building for $4,470 plus tax within $0 miles of Minden. Name .................. . ...... .,.,o ......... Address ............................ ................... .,,., ..................... Phone No ................................... and Mrs. Gordon daughters were supper guests of Mr. Fredo Bergman. Mrs. Mildred Tell Iowa, and Mrs. Hunter and Tina home of Mrs. and daughters ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. of Cannon City, Colo., the Keith Robinson Suverior to visit M. Bramwell of day morning, Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Greg of visited Friday a with Mr. and man. Mr. and charl of Cannon City. Colo.. Mrs. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. visited from Monday with Mr. Charles Mumma of Trenton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. GIOI went to the home d, Mr. Cowsky on Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Will Cameron, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. GarY Jason of Malcolm, the weekend with Mr. i Ralph Meyer. Mrs. Anna Mumn ! and Mrs. Lila - Monica, Calif., with Mr. and Mumma. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Kerrie of Oshkosh, Warren Kahler d Neb., were Mr. and Mrs. and daughters. Mother's Day and Mrs. and sons were Mr. Loren Bailey, Hartman, Katldeen and Mr. and Ferebee, Karen Mr. and Mrs. Elaine were in where graduation [rom the Uni Nebraska, held at auditorium. At tended a faculty East campus, Home Econ, and their families. Word was of the death son of Mr. and Klawitter of Bend, result of an auto deceased is a Charles Holms. Mr. and Mrs. were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Monday cooperative the home of welcome her spending several California. ThoS, were Mr. and Schiermeyer, Mrs. Mrs. Ola Meyer, Clabaugh and Mr. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy, Calif., and parents, Mr. Gross, of Modesta guests of Mr. Holms over Saturday eve m' " Earl Petz visima the Holms home. they all were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haidsiak guest. Sunday Mrs. Alfred for a Day celebration Mrs.. Wilfred Mr. and Mrs. mert of Omaha, Gary Sarita Wilson d Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. called on Ruth Rathbun Sunday Mr. and and Mr. and Meyer and a reception for the home of following Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. and attended the held in Kearney Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. attended Tere exercises at Sunday. Darcy and attended a night Saturday. Sunda and Mrs. Harry Lloyd Hendric. A dinner Williams on his held at the Mrs. Loren Those were Mr. man and Ferebee, Karen Mr. and Williams and Mrs. Wilbur the Lawrence the evening.