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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 15, 1972 Juniors Win Two. But Midgets Lose The Superior Junior Legion baseball team coached by Pat Avey tallied two more wins within the past week. Last Thursday they traveled to Glenvil and topped the host team 4-2. Sunday evening they hosted Kenesaw but topped the visitors with a decisive 11-0 score. The Midgets didn't fare quite so well, however, as they lost their encounter with Clay Center. The final score was 6-2. The next games will be here with Geneva Friday and at Nelson Sunday. Both the junior and the midget teams will play. Northeast News Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brown and family attended the Vacation Bible School program on Friday evening at the First Baptist Church in Superior. Two of their daughters, Martha and Bar- bara, were in the program. They bad spent the week in Superior as house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Fitzgerald and family. The Fitzgerald children also attended. Merton McCartney went to Glenvil Saturday afternoon to attend the Centennial celebration. He rode on the Edgar Lions float in the parade. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Whitehead and family of Chicago spent ten days in Nebraska, visiting relatives and attending the alumni meeting at Nelson. They were houseguests in the Gary Culbertson and Clayton Carman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hoins and family of Deshier were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ruttman and family. Mr. and Mrs.'Don Harzman and children of Downs, Kan., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cariney attended the silver wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bahr at the United Methodist Church in Shickley on Sunday afternoon. Stan Eaters and Jim Carman attended basketball school at the Hastings College last week. Mrs. Kenneth Dohse was a patient at the Mary Lanning Hpsvital in Hasting for a week where she received treatment. She returned home Thursday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens last Sunday were his aunt, Mrs. John Ahrens and Mrs. Wilbur BarteUs of Deshier, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ahrens and Chris of Belleville. Mrs. Doug Carman and Jason of Lincoln spent the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Carman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Wehrman of Hastings were Saturday evening callers at the Norland Melvin home. They spent the night at their farm home near Angus. Following the monthly church dinner Sunday, several from the Angus Church of Christ went to Edgar to conduct the Sunday church services at Oakwood Manor. Mrs. Kenneth Dohse attended the Centennial Church services in Edgar on Sunday morning at the city auditorium. All the churches in Edgar helped to Nelson Pool Offers Lessons Red Cross swimming lessons will be held at the Nelson Municipal Swimming Pool under the direction of Water Safety Instructors Janet Imler and Dean Adamson and assisted by Red Cross water safety aids. With the exception of the senior and junior life saving, which will be given July 24 through Aug. 4 and the adult lessons which will be given July 3 through 14, all lessons will be given July 3 through 21. Lessons include swimmer, intermediate, and two sections of beginner lessons, One section will be for those seven to nine years old, the other will be for those 10 and older. There will be a pool fee, payable before lessons start. this week, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens attended the custodian school at Kearney. Vahey View Miss.Carrie Whitmer was a Saturday dinner guest in the Darrell Reed home. Mrs. Raymond Ballard of Bentonville, Ark., visited Ella Summers Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Way, he Tipton and Debra were Sunday di/mer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tipton and Micheal in Guide Rock. Roxann and Mark Hurd visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown, from Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Don Webber and family of Sutton visited in the Marvin Webber home Sunday night and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Carson home in White City, Kan., Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann in Manhattan. Grant Marple of Gothenburg, Neb., was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. t Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nelson called Saturday mor- ning on Ruth and Waldon Rath- bun. Diane Heitman left Wed- nesday for Summit N. J., where she has employment for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gratopp of Superior entertained Mr. and Mrs. Pau! Rathbun and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi at dinner Sunday in honor of their granddaughter, Heidi, who was baptized Sunday morning at the Methodist Church In Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langer and Mrs. Anna Graham in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece attended the Kleckner picnic held in Hastings Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Frum and family, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber, for a few weeks returned to their home in Mallard Saturday. Pamela Jo stayed for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber, Mrs. Eleanor Crispin and Dwayne Crispin were Sunday sponsor this service, evening supper guests at the Monday through ursday of Don Webber home in Sutton. Just as it's natural for a boy to brag about his Dad, so Is it n,atural for a businessman to brag about his business. That's why, in one way or another, almost every ad you see says: "We're better than the other guy." We believe our firm is better than any others, of course. But we don't ask you to belteve it without knowing the facts--without visiting us and personally looking over everything we provide. Stop by at any time. MEGRUE. PRICE Funeral Home Wayne Megrue John Price (Serving Superior and all surrounding communities) a.i = i = \\; THE CHILDREN and friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Price have been spending many sum- mer hours playing on this large three story playhouse recently built In the backyard of the Price me. Burr Oak Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons of Louisville, Ky., came Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Mattie Grubbs, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and Glenn took Kyla Lewis and Kathy Volker to Church camp at Solomon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perry of Mankato Sunday. daughters, Max Bell, Ivan McMillan, John McCullough and Randy Baylie of Burr Oak. Mrs. Eunice Bernard of Fairbury returned to her home Saturday after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris and Shelly. Cindy, Sonya, Jillinda and Danita France are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett, while their parents are in the harvest fields. Mrs. Ocia Rhoe and Mrs. Joe Express Photo Oak News Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld left Monday morning on a two weeks' vacation to visit Mrs. Seefeld's brother, Kenneth Clements, in White Salmon, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Harold An- derson and family attended the wedding of Mrs. Andersous' niece Saturday afternoon at Marquette, NOb. and brought cathy home. Cathy had been visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hut- chinson had supper Thursday night at the Paul Hutchinson home in Superior. Mrs. Steve Eckman and Mrs. Duane Egle were in York on business Friday. Attending Bible School at the Church of Christ in Davenport this week are Deanna and Barbara Sole, Terry Gilllan, Connie Lowery, Lynae Scroggin, Rodney Ward, Rhonda and Todd Lipker. Mrs. Bruce Scroggin and Cathy Marr are drivers. The program will be Friday at 11:00 with a picnic following. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fergerson of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Dnane Egle of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karrake of King of Prussia, Pa., were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin. Tuesday evening guests of Nellie Samsula were Carl Samsula, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Samsula and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Biltoft and daughters and all helped Carl celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Lowery were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Scorggin. Mr. and Mrs. Lavonn Peterson and family attended the Petersen family picnic Sunday at Superior. His sister. Mrs. Donald Kaldahl, and family of Springfield, Ore., attended the picnic and will spend a few days visiting in Oak and Ruskin. Barbara Samsula was a dinner guest of Nellie Sanmula Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday after Bible school. Sunday visitors in the Allan Sole home were Frank Houston and Inez McPeck of Geneva, Elsie Sole of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family of Nelson. Rhonda Petersen left for Denver Tuesday morning where she has employment. Cheryl Gillian attended the junior olympics in Omaha with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Addis Jeneen of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson visited. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson of Davenport Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Craig McLaughlln of Edgar were Clarence Fearingand Mrs. Alma Malpaso of Idaho visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Ornam of Hardy, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fan Ackley of Whittier, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ackley of Superior. Fan is a graduate of the. old Northbranch academy. Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Morris took Nancy Morris, Dorothy Bell and Calvin Smith to church camp at Solomon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May, Robin and Dusty were Mr. and Mrs. Harold May and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Lehrling, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Cormick are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick. John has recently been discharged from the service. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson of Omaha were Monday through Thursday guests of her sister, Mrs. Floyd Myers, and Mr. Myers. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Suchsland and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren and sons of C, ourtland, Mrs. Cora Wear of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Suchsland and Cha]on of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchsland and Rhoe are visiting Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duensing of Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rhoe's grandparents in South Lincoln were visitors of Mr. and John Scroggir I Mrs. Farmer Carman Thurs-  ..................... Dakota. I Mrs. Nettle Johnson was a day. ,-,-v,,n'ven "o' patient in a Sallna hospital a Wednesday andandThursday few days this week. overnight visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole were Mr. and Mrs. John Gates was hostess Mrs. Glen Carlton and daughter to the Country Club members of Davenport, Iowa. . Thursday.afternoon .......... . Mr. and Mrs.lharles Douglas Mrs. Verda Lewis and Mrs. Florence Alexander are visiting relatives and friends in Oregon. Mr. 'and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Fogo and family at El Dorado, Kan. James entered a hospital in Wichita Sunday for minor surgery Monday. Kathy Johnson of Manhattan was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Julie and Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Prather of Broken Bow, Mrs. Edna Gourley of Kearney and Ralph Parsons of Louisville, Ky., were Saturday eveningguesis of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schoemaker of Scio, Ore., called on Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris and Mrs. Eunice Ber- nard Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pettit at- tended Ordination service at Lincoln June 3. Mrs. Pettit's son, Olin Belt, was ordained at this service. Minutes count when heart attack strikes, warns the Nebraska Heart Association. Act promptly. Delay may cost your life. NEW TORe RIDF.R $299 ss Here's a Whirlwind riding mower with features you'd expect to pay a lot more for. See it now, at your nearest 25" cut Taro dealer 5 hp Sunday dinner and supper Monday visitors in guests of Mr. andMrs. Clarence Wittrock home Meers were Mr. and Mrs. Wittrock'ssister Calvin Meers, Johnnie and Rickie and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meers and Johny. The occasion was to celebrate Johnnie's 18th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olsen and family of Cordova were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Krueger. Mrs. William Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Friedline at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Snyder's sister-in-law, Mrs. Eugene Lambert, at Sterling Saturday afternoon at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Lambert was the former Effie Knowles of Ruskin. The Christs' Lutheran Church :held its annual church picnic Sunday afterneen at the new park. Mr. and Mrs; Dale Friedllne attended the 2Sth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Borden of North Platte June 4. Mrs. Borden is their daughter. They returned home Monday. Ahrens, of Ahren's daughters, Hudson and Roberts, Kan., and Mrs. Robert and Colo. Other Mrs. Harry mont and Fritz Mr. and Mrs. RaY Doniphan and their Tim Pritts, of Thursday supper and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. and Maxmillian I mantown, Tenn., Lambert's Clarke, of were Friday guests of Mr. Snyder. Jack is g Mrs. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. dersen of Oak and Mr. Addis Jensen of Sunday evening and Mrs. Everett SoYe now , Z and daughter of Illinois were Monday visitors in the Alvin Lowery home. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jones and Lance of Marquette were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson. Deanna Davis of Fairfield was a weekend guest in the Eldred Hinz home. G. D. Follmer and John Follmer visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Marr went to Blue Rapids, Kan., Saturday to visit in the Richard Muller 1 Mr. and Mrs. George[ Schroeder and Mrs. Herman[ Reinke attended the fral:;of ] Paul Ahrens at Grace Lutheran I Church in Fairbury on Tuesday. Mr. Ahrens was 57 and died of a heart attack last Saturday evening. He was a nephew of Mrs. Schroeder and a cousin of! Mrs. Reinke. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner, Dennis and Denise and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Blau and Christie attended a family picnic in the Fairbury City Park Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leggett of Manteca, Calif. Thomas Palliya of Barberton, Ohio spent several days last week with Dale Wit'ock. The home. 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