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6 ~THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 7, 1973 N eqto$ , . . , , By Mrs. Marshall Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Elmon Hud- dleston of California were Tuesday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch. They also visited her mother, Mrs. Dora PhiUippi, at the long term care hospital in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley John- son, Roy and Julie attended the wedding of their daughter, and sister, Kathy Johnson, to James Coffin at Bloomington, Wise., Saturday, May 26, at the Catholic Church at 12:30. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson and Julie were in a two-car collision at Council Bluffs, Iowa, Sunday. Mrs. Johnson received a concussion and whiplash. The others received bruises. Roy Johnson is working in Bloomington, Wise., at present. Don Boyles of Santa Ana, Calif., spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Boyles were Saturday evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hastings were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garman and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May and family, David Hen- dershot of Baxter Springs, Kan., and Alan Hornbussel of Superior were last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla. David Hendershot will work for Gerald Boyles this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey of Griswold, Iowa, were last Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey of Griswold, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Somerhalder of Guide Rock were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt. The ladies are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt called on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gates Thursday evening. Mrs. Eunice Bernard of Fairbury is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Harris, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robertson were Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Marshall Bishop. They left for their new home in Creston, Okla., on Thursday. Shannon Robertson was an overnight guest of Lori Diehl Tuesday and Colleen Terrill on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bishop and family of Bladen were Wed- nesday supper gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and visited their aunt, Mrs. Maye Burns. Mr. and Mrs. James Garman and DaVee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mrs. Garman's aunt, Mrs. Maye Burns, returned home with them for a visit with them and at the Billy Bishop home. She left Tuesday to visit her son, Calvin, in Caldwell, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mrs. Maye Burns called on Mrs. Ella Dahl, Mrs. Carrie Thomas, Mrs. Elsie Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton and Miss Mary Dahl of Webber, Mrs. Florence Marr, Curt Marr and Lew Edgar and Mrs. Rena .Sanders and Mrs. Elsie Hailings of Good Samaritan Center, Harry Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson and were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Abelbeck of Superior Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hafner, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hafner and Tom and Miss Ruth Ward of Salina were among those at- tending the Intermill reunion at Mankato Sunday. Mr. and l'h's. Marshall Bishop were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark of Formoso and attended the alumni at Formoso Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Benedict of Plainsville, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Fogo and family of El Dorado, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman, Henry Garman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller of San Diego, Calif., were last Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanton and daughter of Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garman and daughters were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Van Meter of Portland, Ore., A. A. Van Meter of Waukegan, Ill., and Miss Estel Van Meter of Nor- folk, Neb., were Memorial weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gates and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates and family. Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates and family were John Gates, Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Van Meter of Portl- land, Ore., A. A. Van Meter of Waukegan, Ill., and Miss Estel Van Meter of Norfolk, Neb. Mrs. John Gates was dismissed from the Red Cloud hospital Friday. She had had a back injury. Mrs. Eunice Bernard is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Harris, and family. A. A. Van Meter attended his 50th class reunion of Burr Oak High School Saturday night. Mrs. Maye Burns attended her 50th year class reunion at the Lovewell High School alumni Saturday night at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Bishop were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bishop and family of Bladen, Neb., went to Kearney Sunday to get Mr. Bishop's sister, Mrs. Maye Burns, of Osburn, Idaho. They were dinner guests of Mrs. Edna Prather Gourley, af- ternoon luncheon guests of her daughter, Luetta, and family and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Garman and DaVee of Bladen, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hersh and Jeannie of Clay Center, Neb., were also supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mrs. Maye Burns called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Way of Wayne, Kan., Mrs. Lena Berg, Jamestown, Mrs. Esther Means and her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Means of Lucas, Kan., on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit spent Wednesday with Mrs. Ray Schutte and Shane of Hastings. They met the plane to get their daughter, Mrs. Bill Brown, and daughters of Bloomington, Minn., who had been visiting in Oklahoma with Bill's parents. Mr. Brown remained to be with his mother, Mrs. Florence Slaughter, who had hip surgery at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Okla., Friday. Clayton Brown of LaHabra, Calif., was also with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Wilson and family of Grand Island, Mrs. Velma Wilson of Superior and George Cordel were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garman and daughters. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Alexander were Friday supper and overnight guests of Mrs. Retha Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korb and Mrs. Olive Miller were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Aspegren of Russell have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren. Mrs. Erick Aspegren enrolled in summer school Monday. Mrs. Mabel McMains is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Crow, and Mr. Crow of Salina this week. By Miss Bernice Miller A family gathering was held Saturday evening in the Wencil Kucera home to honor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kucera on their 45th wedding anniversary. Rudolph Faimon was a recent patient at the Nuckolls County hospital in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Jerome Mazour home at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Freric~hs and family of Lincoln visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Himmelburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Symington are visiting his relatives in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Mark Himmelburg was dismissed Saturday from the Mary Lanning Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoelting and family of Norfolk were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reiman. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hansen of Lexington, David Heelting and Miss Shirley Lorens of Omaha were weekend visitors in the Allo Hoelting home. Mr. and Mrs. J. John Hubl celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday, May..27, with a family gathering held at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John A. Janda. Mr. and Mrs. Allo Hoelting celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with a family gathering held in the Legion Hall. Miss Janice Mazour of North Platte and Gerald Spurgin of Paxton visited in the Joe Mazour home. Funeral services for Matt Schneider of Hastings were held May 26 at Sacred Heart Church in Lawrence. He is survived by Oscar Engelbritsen at the Veterans Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink and family visited m the Kenneth Corman home Saturday evening. Sunday evening visitors m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher. Weekend guests in the Darrell Jensen home were Jerald Miller and Mark of Lincoln. Friday Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Grove attended a Bible school four sons, all of Hastings. program at the Centennial Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroere Lutheran Church in which Jerry visited in the Jack Lemke home participated. on Monday, Mrs. Doris Vernon of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worn- Kan., and Mrs. Frederick bacher of Shelby visited in the Thomas of Webber called on Arnold Schroer home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schroer and Bud Schroer of Omaha were also weekend visitors in their home. Miss Judy Friend of Denver visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Friend, over Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. James Mazour and family of Nelson were visitors in the Levi Miller home Friday night. Mrs. Leslie Erickson Thursday of last week. Sunday evening visitors in the Leonard Erickson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corman of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher visited Sunday evening in tim home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman. Public library Carnegie Public Library Summer ltours Monday through Friday, 1 : 30-5: 30 ; 7 : 00-9:00 p.m. June I through Aug. 31 Saturday. ! :30-5:30 p.m. Adult Fiction "This Was Tomorrow," Elswyth Thane. Last in Williamsburg series. "The Two Faces Of Dr. Collier," Elizabeth Seifert. "People Will Always Be Kind," Wilfrid Sheed. Politics, polio, dedication of the Youth Wing. Non Fiction "Laughing All the Way," Barbara Howar. Femme fatale, hostess, journalist, and T.V. personality has written a Washington memoir that's not just a peephole book. "Encyclopedia Of the Opera," David Ewen. "Winemakers Companion," B.C.A. Turner. Comprehensive guide to fermenting the grape- or the flower or the orange--on behalf of the joys of home made wine. Young Adult "Marcia Schyler," Grace L. Hill. "Trail Boss In Pigtails," Marjorie Filley Stover. "Nurse at the Fair," Dorothy Cole. Children "The Kangaroo With A Hole In Her Pocket," Rejane and Phillippine Fix. "The Big Brown Bear," Georges Duplaix. "Who's In the Egg," Alice and Martin Provenson. "The Animals and Me," Edited by Jane Dwyer. "Stone Soup," Retold by Willis Lindquist. Attention Don't forget summer reading activities at your City Library. Story three through (last year). 10 o'clock, 25, conducted by and sponsored Library. "In the average! comments a Farmers Insurance waitress who the table gets the primary the food which meal." Overnight prohibited on National Witd]if* Cadams News By Mrs. Leo Blackstone Callers at the Roger Wilton home on Sunday of last week were Mrs. I. retta Miller of South Dakota, Mrs. Betty Dillie of Boulder, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone called Sunday evening at the Dale Crispin home to visit Mrs. Stan Wojek of Granite City, Ill., Miss Lucile Graham and Mrs. Dorothy Sloan of Las Cruces, N. M., and Mrs. Veva Vernon of Admire, Kan. Wednesday, the Blackstones were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Violet Graham. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Crispin, Miss Lucile Graham, Mrs. Dorothy Sloan, and Mrs. Anna Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cottam and daughters attended a Cottam family reunion at Hubbell on Memorial Day. Memorial Day dinner guests in the Leonard Erickson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michaud of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen of Nelson and Mrs. Nellie Michaud. Weekend guests in the Elza Grove home over Memorial Day were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Andersen of Omaha, Mrs. Freda Hamel of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts and family joined them for supper Sunday evening. Tuesday supper guests were Mr: and Mrs. Cliff Gorve and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family and Mr. and Mrs. David Mills and family of Denver were Memorial Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage at Ruskin. Memorial weekend guests in the Cliff Grove home were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson and family of Minden. Joining them Sunday evening were Oliver Nelson of Denver and Soren Nelson. Guests over Memorial weekend in the Earl Corman home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hull and daughters of Fremont. Joining them Sunday evening for a cooperative supper in honor of Mrs. Grace Magee and Mrs. LaVern Adamson of Colorado were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Troudt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thayer. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone and Jamie called on Mrs. Ethel Shaffer. Visitors Sunday evening in the Ron Hofts home were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Mikkelsen and sons of Ruskin. Thursday Mrs. Nellie Michaud and Mrs. Gene Holsteen and Dennis ac- companied Mrs. Leonard Erickson and Diane to Fremont to attend a dance recital in which Susan and Brenda Michaud participated. Susan and Brenda are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Michaud. Supper guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cottam and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gerbeling were in Grand Island Sunday where they toured the Stuhr Museum. They also called on I l I I i I 1 i i I i i l i i l l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I emil I / l I I l I I l l l m m mmmm m m mm m mm m mm m mm mm m m mm mm m m m mm m mm mm mm YOU KNOW YOU'RE IN A RELIABLE PRICES GOOD ONLY AT ASSOCIATED DRUGGISTS WHEN YOU SEE THE A.D. SIGN WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AT SALE BADMINTON SET Only $3.75 Coupon offer with . . . BACTINE Aerosol 4V2 oz. JERGENS Extra Dry Skin Formula 9 oz. Mfg. List $1.35 BRECK Shampoo 7 oz. Dry, Normal, Oily Mfg. List $1.25 ea. Mfg. List $1.69 Shampoo Balsam, Herb, Lemon,Rinse 8 oz. Mfg. List $i.47 ea. GILLETTE 6% oz. Regular Mfg. List 89 STYLE Hairspray 13 oz. Reg., Super, Unsc. Mfg. List 99 ea. COLGATE ..... Dental Cream 7 Family size Mfg. List $1/ Creme Rinse 8 oz. 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