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/" Local News..... and Hansen weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. picnic _ Trail Pari in Oak I attending were .Mrs. Chris Hansen, li nsen and sons, Mr. qow, Mr. and Mrs. Don Colgrove and k  Mrs. Don Andelt MI'. and Mrs. Larry Ind family, Mr. and I Striggow and family i Mrs. Don Hansen 4.ra Stansberry of Mted Nellie Samsula w evening. Ll'ner and Edith m visited Mrs. Frank m Nelson Sunday af- 's. R. Reibers and Ik- Harold Crouch 'i'Ztsy afternoon in 4 ,.'ggin home. b,'_ Mrs. Larry Seefeld ' of Albion ::'ere Homer Seefeld. Sam Swenson and Sue Kubicek were Sunday afternoon and evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rankin of Van Nuys, Calif., were guests of her sisters, Nellie Samsula and Hallie Mitchell, from Wed- nesday through Saturday. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samsula and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula and family and Carl Samsula joined them for supper at the home of Mrs. Nellie Samsula. Susan Bauer was an over- night guest of Lynae Scroggin Monday. A family gathering, observing the,57th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin, was held at the Harold Crouch home in Edgar Wednesday evening. Christy and Jerri Snyder and Terri Gillan were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and M@ " ii 3 Piece Salad Bowl il. Sets i: Id ano Avocado "| lle Pricp. j S00.s9 ware lies ASSortment Twin-Pack s Sleeveless 00blouses $2.22 $2.49 Boys' Swimwear $1.67 eeg $1.. $1.47 Reg. $1.. Bath Towel Assortment Your choice of pattern and colors $1.37 Girls' Swimwear Assortment ..... NOW $2.67 Breeze Box Fans 2-speed sp.c. $11.88 Reg. $16.95 FORD CAMPER SPECIAL. Accommodates almost any camper body... Providing a very comfortable motel-on-wheels. Ford Club Wagons go even bigger, with vacation room for five and lots of gear. Surprising values, bothl Mrs. Darrell Harrington and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld returned Wednesday from a two weeks' vacation trip to White Salmon, Wash. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clements. Recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Corman were Hazel Morrill of Sunnyville, Calif., Mrs. Ann Milso of Freeport, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sherbondy of Omaha. Mrs. Rex Sykes spent Tuesday evening in the John Scroggin home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Snyder of Brookllne, Mo., were recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Snyder. Beauford Hoyer and family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson and family. Attending the golden wedding open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gall Jones at Beloit June 18 from this' vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Biltoft, Jack Gillan, Mr. and Mrs. James Buresh, Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samsula, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin. Paul Hutchinson and children had Saturday evening supper with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hut- chinson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson and family were Sunday af- ternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and family. Angle stayed for a few day's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin were in Omaha last Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braun of Carleton called on Lillian Swanstrom Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schneider of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kubicek. Sunday Mrs. Belle Fitzwater Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whiteley and son of Glenvil joined them. There were five generations together. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sutton and Bridget were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnston. Saturday guests of Mr. and CHRIS LYNCH on the left, of Augusta, Ga., examining soil profile In soil probe, with Robert Pollock Area Soil Scientist from Hebron. Trainee Helps Map Soil In Nuckolls County Chris Lynch, a student at Fort Riley State College in Georgia, is spending his summer vacation as a student trainee for the Soil Conservation Service, helping Robert Pollock map q-ils in Nuckolls County. Pollock, the area soil scientist, IS glvmg nrls on-tnt:-juu training and showing him how it is done in the field. With the use of the power probe, that is pictured above, and an ex- cellerated mapping program, Nuckolls County mapping should be completed by June, and Heather of Ohiowa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Biltoft were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Marr and Kathy. It was a birthday gathering honoring Wesley. Mrs. Fern Johnston visited her granddaughters in the home of Mrs. Ron Skalka at Deweese Friday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Bauer and family of Chicago were Wednesday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson and family. 1973. Lynch will be in his junior year at college this fall and is studying for a degree in agronomy with a major in soils. He is residing in Hebron and spends much of his free time getting in shape for football. A linebacker, he is on the defensive unit. The SCS each year employees college students who are studying for a degree in some phase of conservation and are interested in a career with the SCS. La Mirada, Calif., where she has been attending college. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggln and Lynae and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Eckman were Friday evening supper guests in the Duane Egie home in Davenport. Sunday afternoon callers of Edith Scroggin were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Washington of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Washington of Superior and Mrs. Edith Washington Dudley of Portland, Ore. They were evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin. Belva Snyder is home from Mrs. Farmer Corman were 0000"00'00unkandm"PansYO/i(oe Hi// LO alE Nunemacher of Hastings, Mr. - and Mrs. Oliver Bergman of Los Angeles, Calif., and Tina Corman and Harold Hineline of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson were Sunday evening cook-out guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grummert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Marr . .... ,,, _ MIKKELSEN PHOTOGRAPHY 0' Weddings Portraits Anniversaries == Graduation SUPERIOR, NEBRAIkA Opu Tues., Thurs,, FrL 122 W 4thPhone 879.8090 EDGAR, NEBRASKA Open Mon., Wed., Sat. PhomB 224-550@ FORD BRONCO. Can make its own trallal Four-wheel traction tackles mud, sand, snow or other obstacles in out-of-the-way places. VialS your Ford Dealer and test-drlve e Bronco. It s tough and budget-mlndedl mum mgOTA Im00i r-ORD TEAM00 SURPRISE VALUES , Bill Morris Ford O Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge and their houseguest, Jeannie Burge of Las Vegas, Nev., were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Tuesday evening. Mrs. Howard Miller, Rex and Jill of Hardy were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. liliff Banks Thursday. Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner of Mankato spent Tuesday in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs, Terry German and family of Lawrence, Fan., have been visiting Mrs. Versa Roe and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mc- Nabb of Mankato were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimmlnau and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimrnlnau of Superior Tuesday evening. Janice Cockroft, Michelle and Tracie Bolker of Burr Oak and Sue Shoemaker of Ionia, visited Mrs. Mitchell Woerner and Mtchelle Thursday evening. Mrs. William Andrews visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Mankato Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Cutcheon and Mrs. Gaff Hudiburgh went to Hastings, Neb., Saturday to meet Miss Jenette McNichols of Newberg, Ore., who arrived by plane for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Hudiburgh, and Mr. Hudiburgh, and other relatives. Alicia Andrews, who attends summer school at Hays, Ken., was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Terry German and family of Lawrence, Ken., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Verla Roe Thursday evening. Later in the evening they all called on Mrs. Myrtle Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langer of Superior. Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh and her houseguest, Miss Jenette McNichols of Newberg, Ore., spent Monday in Colby, loin., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Banks and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. liliff Banks visited Mrs. Rena HOfts and her guest, Mrs. Howwrd Elliott of Republic, and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Millen and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Millen, Michelle and Christine of El Paso, Tex. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimmlnau and family were Mrs. Kimminau's sisters, Sister Pudentiana and Sister Mary of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kim- minau of Lincoln, Neb., Susan Kimminau of Smith Center, Linda, Marie and Kenny Sheahan of Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family of Guide Rock were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dalke and Julie of Grand Island, Neb., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge and Jeannie Burge Sunday. Jeannie returned home with them for a da y'sfew visit. Mrs. Gene Dybdahiand Julie of Athens, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family for a cookout Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Me- Cammon took Mr. and Mrs. George Hundevadt of Mankato to Winchester, Ken., June 17 where they were weekend guests of Emery Rohertson. Mr. and Mrs. McCammon returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hundevadt remained for a longer visit. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Miller and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Carman and family of Lawrence, Fan., were supper guests of Mrs. Versa Roe Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. German and family, who visited Mrs. Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Lee German of Burr Oak and other relatives for a week, returned to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi Joe of Superior were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family for a BI LES HAVE SPOKe. MEN, n the Thursday, June 29, 1972 cookout Sunday evening. Mrs. Merle Semke was dismissed from the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Saturday and is convalescing at her home. Nora N ws Dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. Myrtle Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyson of Modesto, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Graves of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones and Dean Jones and Craig. In the afternoon Mrs. Ivan Troudt of Nelson joined the group. Monday evening visitors in the Bill Lynch home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch and sons of Nelson. Jody Muehlich was a Wed- nesday night and Thursday guest of Julle Meyer in the Alfred Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drudik and children were Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larrison, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lanham and Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Lanham. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones of Geneva. The Nora Rodeo Belles held a business meeting Tuesday evening at the Nora Elevator. Kenneth Lanham was a Wednesday night guest of Tommy Gebers in the Don Gebers home. Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mrs. Alvin Epley and Mrs. Edd Epley and Ethan went to Hastings Wednesday and brought Mrs. Lena Meyer home after having had spent several days in the Mary Lannlng Hospital for tests and x-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family visited Mrs. Lena Meyer at her home in Nelson Thursday evening. Last Monday Mrs. Adelia Gebers, Mrs. Frieda Frahm and Mrs. Clara Sorge were dinner guests of Mrs. Betty Wult near Deshler. Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams and Debbie went to Lincoln Friday and attended freshmen orientation. They also visited in the home of Gerald Miller and Mark and in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Jeusen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fuller and family of Deshler Sunday afternoon. Don Swigart of Hays, Kan., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swigart. Don is attending summer school. He and his family will be weekend guests in the Swigart home here and will attend the class of 1952 reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swigart will return to North Platte with them. Mrs. Adella Gebers was a Friday evening supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring and Mrs. Frieda Frshm of Nelson. Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold HOfts were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schleufer of Deshler. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bergen took Debble to Omaha Sunday morning where she entered the Bishop Clarkson Hospital for a heart catherization. Her report was good. She was dismissed from the hospital Tuesday. Penny Bargen stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saathoff in Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham were among guests last Monday for dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gehers and The Funeral Director is Your Personal Representative in . . . CARING FOR TH[! DEAD Today, less than half of all deaths occur at home. And due to the increasing mobility of the population, many per- .ons die elsewhere than the community in which they live or will be buried. This mobility has also made it essential to gain time between death and the funeral so that a brother might return from across the country or a daughter might come home from another state to pay their last respects. Unless the body is embalmed, this time cannot be gained. When death is difficult to realize because it was sudden and violent or occurred after a devastating illness, embalm- ing takes on added significance. The skilled practitioner can usually restore the body to an earlier, more familiar appear- ance. This greatly aids the bereaved in accepting the reality of death  an all-important step in a healthy griev- ing process. Then, too, a funeral service with the body present is an integral part of most religions. Therefore, custom, religion and properly channeled grief have put a greater emphasis on the necessity for embalming and care of the body in our American funeral MEGRUE.PRICE FUNERAL SERVICE 111 (Ser ng Superior And All Surrounding Towns) 75o Commercial- Superior, Nebruka N Pnl\\; affiliated with NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION CARING FOR THE DEAD * SERVING THE LIVING * GIVING DIGNITY TO MAN THE SUPERIOR EXPREK$ 5 sons were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rounie Porter. Mrs. Bill Lynch and Mrs. Dorothy Anderson went to Hastings Friday, Enroute home they visited and had lunch with Mrs. Gary Kubicek. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley were lunch guests Sunday af- ternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mark. Lisa Franzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Frammn of Ruskin, spent Wednesday and Thursday in the Ralph Lanham home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gerbelinl visited Mr. and Mrs. Claud Guetscher of Burr Oak Wed- nesday evening. Letha and Jerry Lewis, Children of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, are with a group this week at the Circle R Bible Camp at Millard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlamann visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grafelman and family near Hebron Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew An- dersen went to Lincoln Sunday and were guests of his sisters, Olga and Bertha Andersen. Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen were the Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Bower and family. The Rev. Bower was a former pastor of the Oak church and is now doing mission work. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman attended a cooperative family dinner Sunday at Edgar in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Zabel. They are here visitiug from the east coast. "-' Mrs. Mary Johnson of Elkhart, Ind., her grandson, Larry Johnson, of Fort Wayne, Ind., and her granddaughter, Lori Ann Gemmell, of Grand Lodge, Mich., came Tuesday and are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of MI. Lanham. Janice Bargen of Lincoln was a Sturday forenoon caller of Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and daughters. Mrs. Soren Thomsen was a visitor of Mrs. Elsie Lanham and Buck last Monday. Mrs. Mary Johnson of Elklmrt, ind., was a Sunday afternoon visitor. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mae Lynch were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch, Brent and Branden of Nelson. Bill Lynch joined them in the afternoon. Mrs. Mary Johnson of Elkhart, Ind., spent the evening with Mrs. Lynch. Mrs. Adella Gebers and Mrs. Frieda Frahm visited Mrs. Dora Hashage of Superior Thursday afternoon. Callers Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stemon, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer, Shelly and Mark and Mrs. Elmer Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hem visited Mrs. Louise Loontjer and Fred Hespen at the home in Deshler Sunday afternoon. They also helped Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deterding of Hebron celebrate their birthdays. Miss Esther Schiamann o( Superior and Mrs. Walter Schlamann went to Hastlnp Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Leone Andersen. All attended the dedication of the Goldbeck Towers at the Good Samaritan Village. Sunday evening visitors in the Walter Schiamann home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Marquart of Byron. Several from here attendmt the Circle II meeting at Sulam Fellowship Hall on Tuesday with Mrs. Vaden Kramer as hostess and Mrs. Everett Meyer, the lesson leader. Mark Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer, had his first birthday Thursday. That evening his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson, and his great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Adamson, all hel,ed him celebrate. WATER PUMP FAIL AGAIN?! Relax.,. call us. We'll fix I things up. If its beyond fix- I Ing, let us repla,e it with [ a nice new Go,Ida water [ system with I Dependability plus I J. E. Nobles ! Plumbing & Heatingl I i 333 Central [ Superior, Nab. 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