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4C E SUPERIOR EXPRESS Pleasant View Mrs. Bruce Whiteley and son of Glenvil spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Gerald Whiteley. Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell and Danny, Mrs. Neola Harrington of Correy, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCammon and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCammon and family of Wichita. Mrs. Raymund StatE took Pare to Girls State at Lincoln Saturday. They also visited Bette Statz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buresh and Danny were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Ruttman and family. Emma Oltmans and Lila were Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oltmans. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- macher and family visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oltmans. Edith Gass of Edgar was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton. Wednesday afternoon Wflma Damoude had a luncheon for Betty Lou. Guests were Mrs. Gene Holsteen, Mrs. Jim Watts, Mrs. Bill Karmazin, Mrs. Howard Good, Mrs. Glen Olt- mans, Mrs. Bob McCutchan, Mrs. Marvin Ruhga, Mrs. Dale Adamson, Emma Oltmans and Lila and Beulah Kuper. Betty Lou and Wilma Damoude were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gharring. Denise Damoude of West Point was a weekend guest of Wilma Damoude and Betty lou. Roger Corman spent Saturday night with Howard and Lynn Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rouetter and Jo of Omaha and J. W. Ferebee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis FoRmer of Geneva spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson and Mr. and Mrs. Den Follmer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCutchan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luth and Jolyn of Grand . Island were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Irvin Mc- Thursday, June 15, 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren and granddaughter, Jennifer Russell, of Longview, Wash., visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the Charlie Russell home. Jennifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Russell. Leslie and Raymond Garton of Superior spent the past week visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton, in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keene of Roseburg, Ore., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell called later in the evening. Group 2 of the United Women's Society, with Mrs. Gene Purcell as chairman, held a committee meeting last Wednesday before the regular meeting of the society, to complete the plans for the mother-daughter banquet to be held June 21 at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Dahl, Mrs. Glen Andreasen and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell were guests of Mrs. Clarence Behrends for coffee last Monday morning. * 'rne children who have been attending Vacation Bible School at the Webber United Methodist Church presented a program of their Bible School work Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Ron Thompson in Lincoln. Highland.. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner and family of Hastings spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. louis Keim. Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Keim of Hastings visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. louis Keim. Miss Frances Green of Bayard, Neb., came Sunday and will spend this week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grueber and family. Mrs. Ella Zeigler spent from Saturday until Wednesday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan JacobitE and family. Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman were Mr. and Mrs. John Ruehs of Moose Jaw, Canada, Cutchan. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell Clarence Ruehs of Aneroid and Danny came with Neola Saskatchewan, Canada and Harrington Thursday to Mrs. louise Oltman and Marie Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stahl of Superior. Harry Harrington. Nathan and Jared Harrington spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington. Mrs. Viola Slote and Eleanor Masek of Lincoln spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed Sekora home. Thursday supper and over- night guests of Wilma Damoude were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Maserang and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langridge of Fort Worth, Texas. They were returning from Denver and Casper, Wyo. Other supper guests were Betty lou Damoude, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krabel and family of Hastings, Gerald Schultz and Mrs. Grace Whiteley. Evening visitors were Mrs. Gordon Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gharring and Mrs. Bill Piper and sons of Michigan. Webber Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Sunday afternoon. Judy Bchrends of Omaha is pending a week's vacation with her parents in Webber. Mrs. Clarence Behrends and Judy and Mrs. Glen Andreasen were coffee guests of Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell Monday raorning. Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell and children of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren of longview, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keene of Rossburg, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross were among those who attended the open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren in honor of Chat Warren's 80th birthday Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee SiMon of Rochell, Ill., came Thursday to visit his brother, Floyd Sisson, and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sisson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson were Sunday dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton called on Boyd Burge, who lives near Hardy Sunday eveningt Mr. Burge is slowly recovering from a tractor ac- cident. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross attended the Ralph Parson's reunion at Mankato Sunday afternoon. Mr. Parsons was a former teacher at the Switzer's Gap school. There were 35 former teachers and pupils attending the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis in Manhattan. Mrs. John Oltman and Mrs. Fritz Grueber have been hping with the Bible School the last two weeks at the Salem Lutheran Church. Mrs. Floy Porter was hostess to the H. H. H. Club Wednesday afternoon. There were 21 ladies and four children present. Mrs. Fern Cassell and Mrs. Ron Porter and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Floy Porter. Mr. and Mrs. George FoRmer of Green River, Wyo., who have been visiting the past two weeks with relatives and friends at Nelson, Ruskin, Grand Island, Bellvue and Omaha, left for their home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce and Mrs. Floy Porter visited Sunday evening with Ralph McKevitt, who is a patient in the NuckoRs County Hospital.- Mrs. Hans Christensen and Mrs. Mads Christensen spent Saturday in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grueber and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Don FoRmer and family. Dennis Follmer of Geneva, visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Don FoRmer and family. Mrs. Guy Bruce, Mrs. Ed Troudt, Mrs. Ralph McKevitt and Mrs. Floy Porter were coffee guests of O. P. Porter Friday afternoon. Grummert and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grossman of Edgar at Mankato in honor of Mrs. Grossman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and family returned Sunday afternoon from a week's vacation spent camping and fishing at Beaver Lake, Ark. They toured the ship locks at Ozark, Ark., and also went to see the Christ of the Ozarks at Eureka Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralbh Mumma, Mr. and Mrs. loy Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klawitter and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schiermeyer of Nelson attended the Barracks meeting at the Community Hall in Hardy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cowsky visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Keith. Nora News Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fricke of Rising City, Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen were visitors Saturday evening. Sunday afternoon other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers, Mrs. Doug Corman and Jason of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Henricks of Geneva. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Corman and Jason of Lincoln. Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckert. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and sons Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frahm and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Frerichs and family and Mrs. Wanda Hutt of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Zdd Zpley and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wulf and ltastings Thursday and visited Mary Kriger. Later in the af- ternoon they were coffee guests in the Laurence Jensby home in Nelson. Carla Bargen of Denver came Thursday and spent the rest of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen. She visited in the Eilert Bargen home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen went to Hebron Friday af- ternoon and visited in the Harry sons. were Sunday afternoon visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schleufer, in Deshler. Sunday evening they visited Mrs. Henry Schleufer in the Nuckolls County Hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Adams and Jason of Nelson and Bonnie Coxbill of Edgar were Friday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Bessie Adams. Becky Adams of Superior spent last week with Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland. She went home Saturday to leave with a group of girls for camp. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and Tammi were visitors in the Adams home. Mrs. Adella Gebers was a Wednesday evening cafe supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckert, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith and Mrs. Frieda Frahm, Later all visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gharring. Mrs. Rudy Kriger and Dell, Mrs. Jack Fischer of Brea, Calif., and Jess Jensby of Gresham, Ore., went tn ....... Saathoff home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Judy and Patty Wehrman left May 30 and returned home June 5 from a vacation spent in the Ozarks. They also visited Mrs. Haferman and her mother at Richhill, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jensen and family at Stockton, Mo. Several families from here attended the Childrens' Day picnic at the Salem Lutheran Fellowship Hall Sunday. Due to rainy weather it could not be held in the Nelson park. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman Sunday af- ternoon. Darcie and Delsie Sholtz of Guide Rock came Saturday morning and are spending several days with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer, and Mark. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stutzman and Timmy of Utica. Timmy remained to spend a few days with his grandparents. Other visitors Sunday and for evening lunch were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schleufer and sons. Callers during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer of Nelson and Zilert Bargen. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mark were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schleif and family of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Al Kottmeyer of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elsey, Wayne and Rhonda and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stiles of Nelson and Darcie and Delsie Sholtz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kott- meyer of Guide Rock. The occasion was honor of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schleif's 25th wedding anniversary. Cleo Thayer took Brenda and Jay Schriner to the rodeo Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sehriner joined them at the Thayer home to celebrate the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson of McCook and Mark and Beth Hamel of Cambridge were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen accompanied Mrs. Anna Loontjer and Herman Loontjer to Custer, S.D.,on Hespen and family. Saturday they attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Hespen's granddaughter, Susan Hespen. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis, ac- companied by Mrs. Herman Fintel and Ivan of Sutton, left Friday and were guests in the Celebration Sponsored by Edgar Community Club 2:00 p.m. WOMEN'S CENTENNIAL TEAM BOWLING SWEEPER (Women's Teams From Area Towns) 5:30 p.m. ICE CREAM SOCIAL (South of the Church of the Plains) 5:30 p.m. UNION PACIFIC QUARTET Raymond HesDen home and attended the wedding of their niece, Susan Hespen, Saturday. They returned home Monday eveing. Mrs. Elsie Lanham and Mrs. Della Smith attended the Golden Age meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Elk Creek Manor home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch were in Hastings Tuesday on business. Mrs. Adella Gebers, Mrs. Marie Frahm and Mr. Gharring were dinner guests of Mr. Elmer Buckert. Mrs. Cleo Monday forenoon of Carol Osler in Mr. and Mrs. family of Rock came Monday a few days in home. Mrs. Hajek is a Mrs. Muehlich. Re-enactment of Lutheran Revival Meeting oj 1879 A re-enactment of the pioneers in reciting Lutheran revival meeting of singing hymns 1879 at the White Reck church hour meeting. At the nine miles south of Hardy, in revival, the Rev. JeweU County, Kansas, was commented that Monday night at the one-room promising point." Beach school house northwest i of Hardy. Members of Hardy's St. Paul Lutheran church came early to the revival to get a seat inside in order to re-live some of the moments the homesteaders experienced in the early years According to nouncement by Spelts, jr., state Citizens for each of Nebraska'S now has a of the Lutheran ministry. St. Curtis Committee Paul's church is celebrating 100 development of years of continuous Lutheran organizations witness in their community on June 17 and 18. The original circuit rider, the Rev. T. F. Dornblazer, was the evangelist, though it is rumored that it was St. Paul's pastor, the Rev. Kent Morse, in disguise. Families from several set- however, may tlements on the frontier at- bow-and-arrow tended. The preacher led these species. Robert Noren is Nuckolls County No limit is number of antelope permits sold in Nebraska. p 6:30 p.m. FIREMEN'S WATER FIGHT 7:30 p.m. THE CRUSADERS TRIO THE POWDER PUFFS 9:00 p.m. WESTERN WANDERERS (Western Dance Band) 9:00 p.m. THE ELASTIC BAND (Teen-age Dance Band) Antique Display and Flower & Hobby Show Mr. and Mrs. Earl PetE and daughters went to North Platte Thursday where they helped LeAnn get settled in an apart- ment. She will be a home agent in training there for several months this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartman, Kathleen and Janice, Don Jelnick and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. loren Bailey Sunday. Mrs. James Keith and Mrs. Fredo Bergman attended supper Tuesday evening with a group of Rebecca's from Nelson at the home of Mrs. Helen Haidsiak in Hastings. They also called at the homes of Mrs. Leslie Troudt and Mrs. ,ebert Keim. Mr. and Mrs. James Keith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring for a steak supper Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelth were coffee guests of Mrs. Adella Gebers Friday evening. Mrs. Eldrick Grummert was a Glenvil Friday evening to take part in the style show in the Centennial celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Grummert attended the parade and barbeque Saturday. 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