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I. Clarence Jensby and Friday was was more days furnace kept than we needed the It is rather dry corn and milo need People who it's raining every here. Strawberries so shortcake is the I Sallna, back to Republic County visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert and Breot, Kearney, and Mr. Buffer and Mrs. SteveBehrends ~,11VV L/U~]/re~'4 tHospital Wedneeday. Roper last week and attended ,Mrs. Brian Kncell, Con-andAmberhadsupper together e "" er News Mr. and Mrs. Nell Roasor, BibleschonlatWebber. Mr. and cm'dla, were weekend guests of in Superior. Saturday Mrs. Salina, are the parents of a baby Mrs. Elmer Paul, Hardy, called Mr. and Mrs. leonard Worm. Buffer and Mrs. Konvalin took daughter, TygerLea, horn May at the Roper home Friday Worm and Joni Gates Mrs. Myers to the plane to evening, and Ethel Briggs and joinea them for dirmer Sunday. return to Denver. meets at the the death of the ladies' mother, Clarence Jensby,Mrs. Eleanor Crispin. Mr. and 13. Mrs. Harold Kirkpatrick came Mrs. Stewart Met- from Minneapolis and stayed Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Ran Konvalin and Mr. Sunday night. The family of Mr. Stratman and Mrs. Marvin Webber arrived Center, joined Sunday and stayed at their who had stayed home to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. their grandmother, Eleanor and they all Crispin, Monday morning. Lovewell Alumni Mr. and Mrs. Sam Behrends evening. Lauree and Judy Behrends, Omaha, Mr. and were dinner guests last Monday Mettler home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Behrends while, and Amber. was guest Mr. and Mrs. Richard the home of her Behrends and Jessica, Grand and Mrs. CharlesIsland, came Saturday and following cam- stayed overnight with Mr. and Pike Valley HighMrs. Sam Behrends. Mr. and 25. Guests were Mrs. Glenn Behrends and Mr. and Crystal and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jewell, Behrends and Amber joined Fairfield, them for supper. Mrs. Ray Clark Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thachor Mrs. Jack Clark,and Angelia and IAlllan Hague and Mrs. Don were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, Jerry and family, and Curtis. Sunday Mr. and and Mrs. BernardMrs. Richard Behrends and Mrs. Jerry Jessica and Elmer Hague Blue Hill, Dave joined them for dinner. Janetta Mrs. Wylie Blair visited her Elders and father, Orval Patterson, several Superior, Brad times this week while Mrs. and Mrs. Dennis Patterson was at Garden City, family, Craig Kan., attending the funeral of and Duane her son, Jerry Thayer, 44. Mr. and Mrs. Blair visited his Purcell was in mother, Birdie Blair, at the attending 4-H hospital in Superior several Wednesday to times this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell joined 12 attended a party at the home of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lowery,. Thursday and Superior, Saturday evening. of Nels SorensenSunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. were having- Ralph Clark visited in the' Ward Gillilan, Purcell home. and Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis, Park, Calif., Kernville, Calif., arrived returned to their Sunday evening and visited Mr. Jensby went to and Mrs. Clarence Jensby a took Mrs. Tuckercouple of days. Mr. and Mrs. and Dale Stratman and Travis their Barley called at the Jensby for dinner, home Sunday evening. Wendell Beck Mrs. Wylie Blair attAmded a Redmond, Ore., family dinner for her nephew, and have been Mike Frorichs, and children, Mr. and Sacramento, Calif., at the home and other of Mr. and Mrs. Gone Frerichs and Jason Sunday. were Chester Van Meter was weekend guests moved from Asbury Hospital, of Mr. and Mrs. Hall. Deann 30. Travis Reasor stayed with Hall, Kansas City, was also a his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Rust and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest An- Doris Ballard, Norton, weekend guest. Ivan Van Meter, while hisdaughters were Sunday dinner dreasen called on Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Pauli, Estacqda, Mrs. Art Jonson joined 45mother was in the hospital, guests. Harry Webber, Hardy, Ore., and Mary Scott, Brewster, relatives at a Nystrom family Freda Stevens, Bridgeport, The vacation Bible school Saturday evening. Sunday Mr. Kan., had breakfast together at reunion and basket dinner at the and Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens, ended a week of study and had a and Mrs. Don Andreasen, the Lovewell Lake Sunday with Community Hall, Scandia, Debbie, Susan, David and program at the church Sunday Nelson, and her grandsons,Mr. andMrs. AlJennings. They Sunday. Danny were Saturday nightevening. RobbyandRyanAcres, Walnut,were all members Mr. and Mrs. Dean Haneen guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and came from Minnesota and Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Rick Diamond Mrs. Ernest Andreasen. Mr. stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Pauison, Fremont, and Mr. and and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen Marvin Webher, called here by Mrs. Johnnie Faesster, Edwin Diamond, Richard were Sunday evening visitors of Bridgeport, who had stayed Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mr. and Mrs. Rick Andreasan overnight in Mankato, joined Erickson, Randy Erickson and and Rory, Superior. the rest of the family at the Lynda Bass had a cookout at the Amy Myers, Denver, visited home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin home of Mr. and Mrs. MarkRuth Konvalin last week. Mrs. Ross Sunday morning for Butts, Mankato, tohelpMr, and Konvalin, Mrs. Floyd Buffer breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Howard Appleby celebrate and Mrs. Myers had dinner Richard Paisley, Oshkosh, called at the Edwin Ross home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Courtner and Bruce, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Baird, Kimberly and Jayson, Carter Lake, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Warren and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Mark, Brian and Kirk, Lori Leece and Terry Hen- drickson had their annual Memorial Day family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Sunday, May 29. The Ross-Switzer families had a family dinner at John Ross' place in Mankato Sunday, prior to the open house for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross. A large crowd from this area attended the open house Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Courter, Salina, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, and attended the Lovewell alumni and the Ross open house. Mrs. Anna Graham is in her home in Webber and was able to attend the Ross open house in Mankato Sunday. Jennifer Jones, Tampa, Kan., their 57th wedding anniversary together Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sunday evening. Konvalin iuid a coffee for Mrs. Mrs. Bert Diamond's aunt, Myers Wednesday afternoon Avis Schmidt, and her and her guests were Eunice daughter, Mrs. Don Bottom, Bourne, Cathelma Alfred, and Mr. Bottom, from South Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby had dinner at the Bert Diamond home Friday. Brian Rothchild went to Mr. and Mrs. Delhert Rothchild home Tuesday, Michael Crane Thursday and Travis Rothchild Friday. They all stayed until Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Rothchild, Formosa, was a Thursday guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest An- dreasen and Mr. end Mrs. Clarence Jensby attended the cemetery dinner Memorial Day at Ruskin. Mrs. Joe Doyre was in the hospital in Superior from Monday until Thursday. She had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Darling Goldie Jacoby, Mrs. Buffer, Mrs. Sam Behreods and Mrs.' Steve Behrenda and Amber. Mrs. Ernest Andreasen called Thursday evening. Friday Mrs. Konvalin, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. of the graduating class of 1925 from Lovewell. Mrs. Jennings was spokesman for the 60-year-class of 1923 at the lJ ewell alumni Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. AI Jennings called on Mrs. Chet Peele at the Good Samaritan Home, Nelson, Sunday and also on BOb Peele, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Toby Wyatt, Cadams, Sunday. Toby has dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt on week days while his wife works. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rath- child, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane called on Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs I I -- Thompson insurance Agency, II WeD. Wrench O,D. 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