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ii !ii~ !i; 4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS By Mrs. V. H. Linnemann Degenhardt Bruce Stiles was a callerGoodyear of Lincoln were also Monday afternoon of Mr and guests. Mrs. P. E. Nielsen. In the Steven Shroyer was a dinner evening he visited with Mr. and guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. V. H. Linnemann. Hugo Westphal and sons. Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- Mrs. Fred Warneking visited reacher and daughters of Mrs. Marie Warneking and her Nelson spent Wednesday house guests, Mr. and Mrs. evening with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Wesley Press of Phoenix, ariz. Bargen. Tuesday evening guests ofDinner guests Sunday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhr- and Mrs. Mike Sullivan andguests of Mr. and Mrs. James maeher, Russ and Julie were Aaron were Mr. and Mrs. Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher, Robert Higer and family and O.A. Potts of Oklahoma City Melvin and Darrell and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pearce came Wednesday and was a Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family and family. Sunday eveninghouse guest of Mr. and Mrs. to honor Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher Mrs. Velma Sullivan, Mr. and James Keith Until Saturday. onl~rh.er birthday. Mrs. Roland Shambaugh and and Mrs. V. H. Lin- daughters, and Matt Sullivan nemann went to Ruskin Wed- visited in their home. nesday evening to visit with Mr. June 2 Mrs. Elsie Wissing and and Mrs. Fritz Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin Sunday afternoon Howard were guests in the Lester went to Hastings to Wissinghome. They celebrated spend the afternoon with Mr. the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs, Nets Anderson at the Wissing and their anniversary. Good Samaritan Village. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wilton, son of Mr. and Vic Bargen went to Deshler to evening. Mrs. Ralph Wilton, ac- visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Everett Meyer, comapnied Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gayland Ehlers. Jeanne and Joanne attended Richard Wilton and Brandy to Friday afternoon Alfred a bridal shower for Kathy Omaha Friday. They visited the zoo while there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhr- reacher and Shirley were visitors Wednesday evening in the Bruce Stiles home. John McCutchenn returned to his home Friday morning. He has been visiting in the Don Shroyer home since his release from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mont- gomery of Omaha came June 2 to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson and Lore were guests to help Mrs. Persson celebrate her birthday. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking and Mrs. Lillian Warneking were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Grum- mart and they also visited with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Adams from La Grande, Ore. They also called on Mrs. Marie Warneking and her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Christensen of Bennett, Neb., and visited Mrs. George Felstner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family went to Hastings Saturday to attend the wedding of Beverly Drudik and Bill Fintel at the All Faith Chapel at the Good Samaritan Village. Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan and Aaron were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mallam, Dick and Mary Pat, Monica and Mary Shambaugh, Bryan Sullivan and Gary Higer. Mrs. Harry Persson en- tertained the Sunnyside Club at her home last Wednesday af- ternoon. June 3 Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Mosier of Davenport and Mrs. Elsie Troudt of Nelson spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bargen. Howard Larsen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiles and Tim to Bradshaw last Monday afternoon to visit Rev. and Mrs, Jim Mcchesuey and family. The McChesney family is planning to move to Henry, Neb., soon. Mrs, McChesney is the former Joan Larsen. Sunday afternoon guests in the Don Shroyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sichter, Mark and Jody of Randolph, Iowa, Avis Swanson and Roger Amack. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher, Russ and Julie attended open house for the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rol at Hastings Su_mday afternoon at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Rol is a sister of Ray. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann went to Hebron to visit with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Spohnheimer, and Fred Evers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams of Richmond, Va., Meyer in Hastings Friday night. called on Howard Larsen. He Mrs. Everett Meyer, Steve formerly lived in this corn- and the twins took Mr. and Mrs. munity. Wesley Press and family to Supper guests Saturday in the Lincoln Saturday to leave by Loren Ahrens home were Mr. plane for their home in Phoenix. and Mrs. Adolph Ahrens and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve Kathy Ahrens of Omaha andwent to Fort Riley, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ahrens and Friday to get their grandson, Aaron of Sacremento, Calif. Chris Reeve, to spend the Gary and l.~ren are brothers. The Gary Ahrens family has been visiting relatives around the Superior area the past week. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrrnacher were callers of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Paul of Red Cloud visited Howard Larsen. Thursday, June 14, 1973 visiting at the Ralph Mumma Rocks, meeting new ROck Hond Museum fund contributions Dixie Davis, memorial to teaching home in Nelson and at the friends and visiting with the old grandfather, Rasmas Sacred Heart BruceAndersenStiles, memorial t:20"00 thisMr.Week. N Harry Eiserman home at friends. Contributions to the Nuckolls Mrs. Anker Petersen, by Hardy. Mrs. Carol Lowery called on County Museum continue to be Mr. and Mrs. Norman e~S * # Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schufeldt Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin wife, Ella Stiles$25.00 visited Tuesday and Mrs. and Mrs. Ferne Rouse were Sunday afternoon, received. Many of which wdre Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Velma McKevitt, Superior with and David Tuesday evening supper guests Mrs. Linda Meyer and Lonnie pledged during the talkathon on Hartley Petersen, Nelson, in memory of of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. is visiting in the home of her KRFS Radio. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ral~ McKevitt $25.00 Mrs. Frank Adams of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin The latest contributors in- Meyer $100.00Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hastings called on Mr. and Mrs. Lowery. She arrived on clude, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Ross, Mark, Ed Mueller Sunday afternoon. Tuesday after two years in Lawrence State Vestal $10.00 Kent, Jay and Eric, Bank, Lawrence $10.00 Cecil Thompson and Webber, memorial to By Mrs. Basil, American, Legion 10teachers $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. John The Daven Lawrence $20.00 Rodney Deuel $10.00 Biltoft $20.00Education has Circle Bar, Kathleen Robinson $10.00Mr. and Mrs. Leon names of the Lawrence $I0.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cope $I0.00Simonsen, Pam, bers hired for Lawrence CO-Op Mr. and Mrs. Klaus Phil, and John, memorial to year. New music Lawrence $5.00 Smidt $50.00 Lloyd Whitney $25.00William Coltrane. Ken and Al's Service, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Max and Jack Sloane teaching all Lawrence $10.00 Keim, Davenport $20.00and Mrs. and Mrs. strumental Schroer Implement, Mr. and Mrs. Lary Sam WilieR, replace Vincent Lawrence $10.00 Weeke $25.00 memorial to Mr. and Mrs.will be Village Inn Edward J. Barrett, J.M. Sloane and teach in the Lawrence $10.00 Lawrence $I0.00 Miss Clara Sloane, $50.00Mrs. Vernon Mrs. John G. Lemke Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Schaaf, also pledge another $50.00be teaching Lawrence $5.00 Margaret, Mona and and ninth Friend Appliance, Jim $50.00 ..................... Jan Kantack Lawrence $2.00Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Christensen, Nelson $10.00 Pleasant View Orinfifth andQuandtSixth Kotinek, Lawrence $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P.E. Kinder Ostdiek Publishers, Inc., . Rempe $5.00 By Home Improvement eighth and art Lawrence $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Saturday guests at the Milton through Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thayer, Nora $15.00Ferebee home for supper were and sixth Pohlmeier, Lawrence $10.00 ArloThayer, Nora $5.00Mr. and Mrs. John Hillen of Gerdes of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Friend, Iva Thayer, Nora $5.00Wyoming, Mr. and Mrs. Merle new first and Lawrence $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sharer of Edgar and Peggyteacher. Anonymous--honoring Schiermeyer, Nelson$10.00 Ferebee of Lincoln. Mrs. Russell Board members $25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Theo. H. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bartlett Mark Ray $I.00Enghoff $25.00 of Waverly were Thursday William Mr. and Mrs. Yale Meyer Mr. and Mrs. William C. dinner guests in the Howard Friedline Family, Nelson $25.00 Sloane $5.00Good home. Mrs. May Good of Mrs. Earl Clark Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gemmer,RonnieRensehler $1.00Creswell, Ore., who has been visited in the Sutton $5.00Arlene Renschler $1.00visiting relatives here for a home memorial Mr. and Mrs. Edward Esther Herrmann $1.00while, returned to Waverly with Mr. and Mrs. Stiehka $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett andfrom Jefferson Richard Meyer family $50.00 Jensen, Cadams $10.00 planned to visit there before visited with Mrs. Delbert Sharp $5.00Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilcox$25.00 returning to Oregon. relatives here Mrs. Mary Warneking Fritz Schlueter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hulet and Mr. and Mrs. and Ike Howard, memorial to Hardy $100.00 family of Whitehall, Mich., Doniphan, Neb. Brother Commander Memorials were supper guests of Mr. and days last week M. N. Howard $25.00 Mrs. R. J. Stephenson $100.00 Mrs. Jerome Mazour and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mrs. Helen Marie family. Mrs. Hulet is Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Wittlake $25.00 Della Pietra $50.00Mazour's sister. Doniphan and Superior Floral, Mel Mrs. Betty Ruth Friday evening lunch guests attend the home. Diehl, additional $10.00 Asmussen $50.00of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nielsen Pritts, and Chris Reeve of Fort Riley Mr. and Mrs. Roy Biltoft,Marlin Noble $5.00memorial to husband and Mr. and Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Ray were Sunday dinner guests of were Mr. and Mrs. Moyn Keirn and Mrs Fern Mart and Jim Biltofl Union Aid Quilters father R. J. Stephenson Nielson and family of Arvada, Sunday family of Davenport. Stephanie were in Beaver Crossing Hardy $25.00 Memorial to Mr. and Mrs Colo. Snyder went to accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to attend the funeral Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton _$~,.00 H.H. Tucker $50.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- Mrs. Snyder's Reeve when they took Chris of a cousin, Faye Biltofl, of Mr. and Mrs. Benton "Bud memorial to Mr. and Mrs macher and daughters visited Lambert, who Fairview back to Fort Riley Sunday af- Alliance. Jordon, Parker, Colo. $10.00 RiehardE.Bucknell $50.00 Monday with Mr. and Mrs, Memorial ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sutton Lillian Wilson $5.00given by Merrill and EdnaSteve Troudt of Deweese. Guests who Mrs. Anna Mumma was a were weekend guests in the Dee Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tucker, Ventura, Calif. Lore Hoins and Mark Stem of help Mrs. house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson home. Bridget, who Koinzan, Bruning $20.00 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman,Campbell spent the week in the her birthday Ralph Mumma over the had spent the week here to weekend, attend Vacation Bible school, Mrs. Anna Frerichs $1.00memorial to Mr. and Mrs Gordon Ruttman home whileand Mrs. Mrs. Harry Meyer $10.00 Arthur Corman and attending Bible school at Angus. sons, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fredo returned home with them. Sid Drapel $2.00Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith and daughters, Bergrnan spent the weekend | Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thayer $25.00 visited Sunday with Mr. and Donald with Mr. and Mrs., Bob [ Russell, Mankato $50.00 Memorials to James W. Mrs. Clifford Adamson. Dabble SoWs Bergman and son at 0 Neill, To the Editor B & S Tire Market, Sykes, by Eilee Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rutt-same day so it Neb., Mrs. Fern Rouse ac- Superior-Ruskin $100.00Koch and George man and family attended acelebration. companied Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ray $1.00 Taylor $2.00family dinner in Ruskin at the Gayle Becwar, s Bergman and was a weekendEditor: It was voted at a specialGlen S. Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marvin Drohman home Sunday. Mrs. LaRdy guest of her daughter, Mrs. meeting of the Superior M~. Lawrence, memorial to Oldham, memorial to Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. at home after Gene Kincannon, and family at Jaycees to donate $800.00 to the Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Darrell Hoins of Deshler and playing Bassett. Friend $10.00,Fulton $15.00 Mr. and Mrs. Don Goodrich of evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce leR Swimming Pool Heater Fund. Lawrence, memorial to Mrs. Jemie Sowles, Nelson. Twelve girls Monday for their home in Santa The money for this donation Joe Kotinek $10.00 memorial to Fred Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen Davenport .. was received by the Mrs. Memorial to James Sewles $25.00 and Dennis attended the junior to Edgar for camp Monica, Calif., alter visiting the Jaycees in 1971 when Mzs. Ron SykeS, by 20 friends Jennie Sowles, Vivian olympics in Omaha Saturdayweek long. Mumma families, Peterson was crowned NuckoHs ..................... County Centennial Queen. and relatives $67.00 Ferebee, John and where Dennis was entered in Davenport's N~S Originally, plans were made Memorial to Julius Block, Don Ulsh in memory three events, attending j to build a Kiddy Land in the city by Mr. and Mrs. Pete of Lyle Ulsh $25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller of Nelson. park but due to various Block, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Einer York visited Friday and Friday Mr. and problems, this project wasP.E. Nielsen, Johanson, Republic, Kan. night with Mrs. Emma Oltmaus Ong visited vetoed. The Mrs. Jaycees felt Mr. and Mrs. A.G. memorial to parents and Lila. Sunday. the money should still be used in Hanson $15.00 and daughter $5.00 Mrs. Dennis Miller of YorkMr. and Mrs. the park and thus the donation Andy Jensen family, Mrs. Arlene Renschler, and Lila Oltmans and Mrs. Joe of Burns, Wyo., was to the heater fund. When we Columbus, Neb., memorial to in memory of Hazel Ferebee were Friday afternoon Jesse orginally participated in the Mr. and Mrs. Nells MartinBeaty $5.00 callers of Mrs. Craig Oltmans. Day Jensen $25.00Memorial to Lyle Mrs. Marvin Rugha attended daughter, Mrs. Centennial Queen Contest we Josephine Tieskcetter, Fenimore, by Mrs. Mildred her class reunion in Lawrence Meaier, of LinCo]~ told the community if our contestant won, all the proceeds memorial to parents, Mr.Fenimore, Mr. and Mrs Friday evening and Mr. andfor a few days. and Mrs. Tony Andersen, Dean Fenimore, Mr. and Mrs. Rugha attended the would go back into the com- brothers Pete and Art Mrs. Dana l~enimore $100.00 alumni banquet in LawrenceTear munity. Andersen, husband Mrs. Mildred Fenimore, Saturday evening, and appliances We are Writing this letter to Charles Tieskoetter $25.00 in memory of Donis Mr. and Mrs. John Hillen and money on ~.t let you know what we did with ~. Eva McBroom, Olena $I0.00 family of Guerney, Wyo. Mrs. remodeling proj'~" the money you helped us earn memorial Memorial to Donis Carl Murman of Glenvil and some two years ago. to husband Olena by her Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sharer of Sincerely, Clinton McBroom $10.00children $5.00 Edgar were Wednesday visitors Superior Mrs. Jaycees Mrs. Eva McBroem, memorialArabelle Hanna, memorialin the Milton Ferebee home. to husband to Harry C. Hanna Tracy Hanson of Laural is Cutting back on the size of a Clinton McBreom $10.00 and the Hanna family $50.00 visiting this week in the Howard room addition can be self- Mrs. Molly Mayhew, in Mrs. Mabel Ebsen, memorial Good home. defeating. The cost per square memory of L. M to parents, Mr. and Mrs.Three Marian Sisters of 5 Hoffle$ Mayhew $100.00 Seth Reed, early Waverly are staying in the foot goes up as the room size is Memorial to Mr. and settlers $100.00 Jerome Mazour home while of reduced. By Fairview Club Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons. Mrs. I~ren Bailey of Guide Rock and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Stephen and Donald visited Wednesday aRernoon with Mrs. James Ferebee and children. Stephen Williams and Karen and Allen Ferebee spent from Wednesday evening until Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bailey at Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mayer spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker and son at Malcom and Mr. and Mrs. Lendall Meyer in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Grummert of Fort Collins, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grummert of Superior were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert and Betty. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grummert and Betty were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Adams of Le Grande, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. John Grummert of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morehead were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stone Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Adams and family of La Grande, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert and family of Glenvil, Nab., Betty Melvin of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. John Grummert were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert and Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz took Elaine to Lincoln Sunday where she will be attending five weeks of summer classes at the University of Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidson and Mrs. Fern Rouse were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. Mrs. Merle Mumma and Juniata Jo of New Orleans are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer ~ Germany where Mr. Meyer is called on Alfred Meyer at the stationed. He will join her in Lincoln General Hospital in October. She is also spending Lincoln Sunday afternoon, some time in Bertrand visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mitts of his family. Buena Park, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson Tuesday dinner and afternoon e were Wednesday evening guests in the Alfred Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Routzhorn and family of St. Louis, Mo., spent last week visiting Mrs. Routzhon's Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Williams mother, Mrs. Hanna Judy .and of Washington, D.C., were other relatives. Wednesday Sunday supper guests of Mr. evening all the family were and Mrs. Keith. together in the Judy home. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Press Present were Mr. and Mrs. and sons of Phoenix, Ariz., Sylvester Kimminau and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. af Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer to Hastings Vernon School and family, Mrs. Tuesday and were supper Denice Keller and Jennifer of guests at the Meyer home that Lincoln, Mrs. Edward School and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stiehka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schoof, Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Schoof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Sehmitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bower and family of St. Paul were Sunday guests of the Harold Anderson family. Mrs. Fern Johnston visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scroggin Friday morning. Colleena Hamilton spent last weekend withthem. Mrs. Reeve week with her grandparents, and her grandson went to Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Luben, to Greenwood, Nab., Saturday to attend vacation Bible school. visit Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vest Her mother, Mrs. Leann and family. Hamilton, was a Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve overnight guest in the Luben of the RESIDENCE HOME Kansas Street By Mrs. Homer Seefeld Mrs. James S. McDonald, Nora and Martin of Seminole, Okla., arrived Tuesday for a week's vacation. They are staying in the Jack Gillan home and visiting other relatives and friends. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Anderson and Barbara Gillan of Kearney were dinner guests in honor of the McDonald family. Thursday Mrs. Hansa Sommer of Kearney and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson wars guests of the Tillan and Mc- Donald families. Mrs. Herman Pope of Sutton and her daughter, Mrs. Isabelle Strauss of Illinois, visited her sister, Mrs. Hallie Mitchel, on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld spent the weekend in Hebron where they, as mem- bers of Fort Butler Rock and Gem, helped host the State Rock Swap. Saturday evening, the group shared a pot luck supper and later were en- tertained by the Busy Bobbins 4- H Club, Oak who sang several numbers and Lardy Becwar and Denice of Davenport doing magic acts. Both days were spent in active swapping of 2 to 4:30 p.m. Superior, Nab. Sponsored By Mid-Nebraska Vocational Service Center Superior Mrs. Jaycees Republican Valle ARC Five or more the Superior the homes r~ rebeautified W' wood-grai finished with MASTIC suF siding can be home with work at a verY amazing nt captured homeowners Un ted States with constanl other maintenance indestructible, year, 100 per guarantee, sulation well as fire highly hail-t product can type of home amazing It comes in is now the home can your v cinltY make it worth ! can use HomeownerS be offered a gift for this quality area. 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