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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 22, 1972 ebber Local News... Linch Frerichs, Gwen Jen- sby, Lori Bothwell, Shelly Purcell and Denice Dahl left Sunday morning from Mankato by bus to attend the 4-H camp at Pock Springs. Denice Dahl is one of the recreation leaders for the camp. They returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell and family of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and family, Becky Edwards of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell enjoyed a cook-out Friday evening to celebrate Carrie Ann Bothwell's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson spent the weekend at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Dale Taylor, in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family svent last Tuesday evening at the Lawrence Both- well home. Mrs. Gone Dybdahl of Athens, Ohio, visited Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Quick of Lyford, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross from Monday until Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Berry and family, from York, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. FREE :O-Point Checkup ON ANY HEARING AID SERVICE CENTER Tuesday, June 27 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Leslie Hotel SEE: Myles 0. Stevens See: (Representative's Name) Certified HearingAid Audioio|ist and Licensed byState of Nebraska he ONLY m Authorized Seltono Heodns AIcl Consultant IN THIS AREA! e ['es, during the month of June, ;top in at the Beitone Service Cen- and receive this tO-POINT CHECKUP on your hearing aid. If the FREE 10-POINT CHECKUP indicates your aid needs repair work, and you de- cide you want it done at our usual low rates, ,we will try to provide a loaner for you while yours is being repaired. A/hile you're there you may want a FREE Hearing Test and a demonstration of Beltone's Newest model hearing aids. Batteries, Cards and Service for most all Hearing Aids. If hearing is your problem Be/tone is your answer! and Mrs. Elmer Howe. Donna Howe, who had been visiting at the Berry home returned to Webber with them. Mrs. Verlan Broyles and Mrs. Fredrick Thomas spent Tuesday evening at the Exol Zoltenko home. The United Methodist Women's Prayer Group met at the home of Mrs. Edwin Ross last Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Due, of Fort Worth, Texas, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Wilde in Superior, left Saturday for their home. Mrs. Due is the daughter of Jack Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ruth- child. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren and Jennifer Russell, who have been visiting Mr. an d Mrs. Charlie Russell and'other relatives, left Friday for their home in Longview, Wash. Mrs. Verlan Broyles attended a bridal shower in honor of Mrs. John Fogo in Mankato last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Osborne of Guide Rock called on Mrs. Elsie Osborne Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin and Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Johnson visited over the weekend with Mrs. Konvalin's sister, Hazle Nurlla, who is in the hospital at Blair. They called at the Ted Konvalin home on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davidson, Jeanne and Susan of Albany, Ore., called on Orel Davidson Sunday afternoon. The Davidson family had also visited his brother, Kenneth, in Hastings. Floyd and Patricia Davidson and Mrs. Dallas Diamond at- tended the Omaha Quarter Horse show in Omaha Saturday. EACH YEAR Joe Keifer hires a photographer to take a picture of the pupils in the Bostwick school and then presents copies of the picture to each of the pupils. Students of the Bostwick School during the 1971-72 school term included (back row from left) Susan Keifer, Helen Kramp, Mrs. Ed Monson, teacher, (second row) Judy Charring, Yvonne Meyer, Cindy Nrtin, Judy Charring, Mary Thompson, (third row) Frank Charring, Mark Delka, Cathy Martin, Linda Keller, (front row) Kim Ebsen, Jim Keifer, Keven Ebsen, Clarence Iliff, Harry Kramp, and Judy Delka. Patricia won first in horse- : ................... manship and was first runner-up for state quar- terhorse queen. Mrs. Mike Pierce and children of Superior spent Saturday evening at the Run Konvalin home. Jerry Shoemaker of Kansas City, who had been visiting Greg Diamond and other relatives for the vast week, left Monday for Minneapolis where he will assist his Shoemaker grandparents in the wheat harvest. Lovewell The wheat is becoming golden and the farmers know that means--get the combines ready as cutting should start in about 10 days. Linch Frerichs stayed all night Saturday with Gwen Jensby. Roy Jensby took the girls to Mankato Sunday morning and they went to Rock Springs to 4-H Camp for a week. Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond were Nebraska's registration fees Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond, for boats less than 16 feet long Richard Diamond of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas and powered by motors totaling Diamond. more than 5 horsepower is $5. Floyd Davidson and Patricia Notice..... The office of the Superior Clinic will be closed all day on Thursdays For Emergencies, Call Nuckolls County Hospital Phone 879-3281 Superior Clinic Dr. P. J. Hallgrimson and Mrs. Dallas Diamond went to Omaha Friday where Pat participated in the big Omaha Saddle Clubs Horse Show. Pat competed for Nebraska Quarter Horse Queen and was first runner-up, They returned home Sunday morning. Mrs. Roy Jensby, Nancy, Gwen and Linda went to Fairbury Friday to visit Mrs. Joe Dawson and Mrs. James Pigg. Mrs. Carl Owens fell over a tire that was in some weeds, LOSE UGLY FAT You can start losing weight today. MONADEX is a tiny tablet and easy to take, MONADEX will help curb your desire for excess food. Eat less.weigh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nervous. No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . start today. MONADEX costs $3.00 for a 20 day supply. Lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded with no questions asked.MONAOEX is sold with this guarantee by: Deuel Pharmacy, Superior, Nb. Mail Orders Filled after dark Wednesday night, and broke her arm. She had it set at Republic County Hospital in Belleville. A couple from Auburn, Neb., caught two catfish in Lovewell Lake during the night Saturday and each fish weighed 40 pounds. Several reported catching 20-peund fish. They have been coming into the inlet channel. Father's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren and sons at Courtland were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, Mrs. Margo Baird of Beloit and Wilbur Smith and Sharon o Superior. Peggy Reynolds and Ben Zadina of Salina and Karen Reynolds came from Hayes and spent Saturday and Sunday at the Clinton Reynolds home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and family attended the Belleville Rodeo Saturday and Sunday where they participated in the events. Marcia Woerner of Superior won the Queen contest. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahi of Hardy. Roger Fuller is helping Mrs, and Mrs. Carl Owens with their farm work.- Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hansen and Teresa Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wiley spent Sunday evening at the and family of Mankato and Mr. Rodney Warren home at .and Mrs. William Andrews and Republic where they clebrated Billy were Sunday evening Monty's seventh birthday. Olive Hill Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen and Mrs. Gone Dybdahl guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family of Cadams, Walter Wilson and Cheryl Thompson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone and Julie of Athens, Ohio, were were dinner guests of Mr. and Father's Day dinner guests of Mrs. Joe Burge and Jeannie Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and Burge at a care in Chester family. Friday evening, in honor of Mrs. Donna Dye of Hanover, Kan., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye and Dennis. The clients of the Mid- Nebraska Vocational Training Center enjoyed a picnic at the City Park Thursday evening. Those attending from this community were Billy An- drews, David Kimminau and Patricia Frasier. Jeannie Burge of Las Vegas, Nev., arrived Thursday for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge. They met her at Grand Island where she arrived by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Free of Hastings called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Tuesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Miller, Rex and Jill and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen and Nathan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stineman and family of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris of Colby, Kan., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheen and Terry, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris and Tom of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone and Mr. and Mrs. Chrissie Ahrens had dinner at a cafe in Mankato Thursday evening. The remainder of the evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ahrens. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Ed Wagner of Mankato Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frahm of Nora Tuesday evening. Mrs. Clare Schuster, Mrs. Vernon Stone, Mrs. Lyman Hanson, Mrs. Chrissie Ahrens and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson at- tended the bridal shower for Mrs. John Fogo at the home of Mrs. Rick Fogo of Mankato Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold and Michelle have returned from Anthony, Ken., where they spent ten days harvesting wheat for Mr. and Mrs. Olen Watkins. A Final Gift "What is the cost of an average funeral?" we are often asked. Our usual answer is that there is no average funeral. Statistics concerning funeral prices are available from a variety of sources, including our own professional associations. However, these figures cover the average cost of funerals---not the cost of average funerals. A funeral service is the gift of the living in honor of the dead. Like any gift, the cost of the funeral depends on the giver. The cost of our services is regulated by the wishes of our clients. We make suggestions, but never decisions. MONTGOMERY- WDJJANS FUNERAL SERVICE- MONUMENTS SUPERIOR - and ..... HARDY LADLES' Summer Sandals Roe's birthday. Susan Kimminau of Smith Center, Kant, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau, Stanley and David. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bush, Mike and Lora of Lebanon, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris and Tom of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris of Colby and Bob Francis of Casper, Wyo, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon and Terry Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyde and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohler were Tuesday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen and Nathan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tietjen of Byron Saturday evening. Mrs. Robert Dye "and Jacqueline Denise of Irving, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorimer and family of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye and Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge, Jeannie Burge and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackstone were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Verla Roe and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroeger of Byron. Mrs. Lavina Clark of Juniata, Neb., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Dye, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe of Superior were supper guests of Mrs. Verla Roe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner of Mankato. In the afternoon, Mrs. Woerner and Michelle, Mrs. Penner and Mrs. Mamie Cockroft called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and Janice of Burr Oak. Other guests in the Cockroft home were Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Cockroft and Lori Jo of Salina. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Woerner and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner of Suverior. Burr Oak Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Carman were Wed- nesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garman, sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchsland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and family were Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mrs. Bill Blankenship of Smith Center called on her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Burton, Sunday evening. Mrs. Gerald Boyles and YOUR mRrrF.r Or f0OIIUEIF FrOm THE FrCTOrY OI Lee Wall ]260 idaho Local Representative Gayla were guests of Mr. and Heskett. Mrs. Edna Buster and Mrs. Jessie Saturday afternoon i Mrs, Mabel Mx. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. and daughter of were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Delmar Elaine to church Salina Monday. ,Mr. and Mrs. and sons were guests of Mr. and Boyles and Gayla. Robin and Monday with Boyles and Gayla. James dismissed from Wichita We, recovering surgery on his arr Mrs. McCormick brother in ColoradO sister in Wyoming two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. and dat Billy Bishop and Bladen were dinner guests of Mr. Marshall Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie were Father's] guests of Mr. and Schutte of Ha Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Lettie Korb Jessie Knight dinner guests of Jesse Platt. Rev. and Mrs. and sons of Downs, ! Rev. and Mrs. Wednesday mor! Webers lef new home in Mr. and Mrs. received a call fro I Alan Pettit, of Hawaii, little son is in the bacterial menengitis. and Mrs. Walter Fairbury and Mrs. and called on Mr. and Harris and ternoon. Mrs. Hazel Pearl Harris and Mrs. Platt were guests of Mr. and Harris and Shelly, Mrs. Hazel Formoso Mr. and Mrs. of Jefferson visiting his Patrick, his Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, and other Sunda3 Patrick were Mr. Vernon Patrick City, Mr. and Amy of Mrs. Howard E. Mr. and Mrs. the evening Mr Eugene Clark the group. Mr. and Mrs. went to Beloit on they and Mr. and Dunstan and family Tutfle Creek Dam, met Mr. and Davidson and Olathe for a picnic day of visiting. Vernie Emigh night guest of Harry Higbee honoring Mr. Higbee and visiting his Recent visitors Mrs. Earl Dunigan and Ivan Leslie of Kansas and Mrs. Bob Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. and Marne Butler were T[ Mr. visited with theft Mr. and Mrs. 2. =, Regular Price 3 days Thursday, Friday, Saturday 22-23.24 Regular prices from $8.00 to $20.00 q:ve 00'ot the Ume IWWf.. It s nice to have the time now, " " .., you want it. 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