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# Olive Hill News Jr. received a from .75 to and some hail. Stone Sr. and Mrs. Picky Carrie Jo, Clay Cen- Thursday evening. Weekend guests in the were Mr. and Mrs. Juniata. Pettit, was a of Dee Ross. Mrs. Harold Wilton, Clarence Wilton, Gilbert Wilton, and Mrs. Dewayne Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Joy Barleen, Denny Barleen, Susan and Kearney and Donnie Barleen Homestead Air were Friday guests of Mr. Wilton Sr. near the above Sat- at the home of Clarence Wilton were Shirley Bend, Neb., Mr. Wilton Jr. were the group Satur- Prit[s, Guide a Wednesday mom- 0f Della Roe. Satur- Lauren and Vir- Bethany and and Mary Re- g, Man- Bloomer Os- ' July in is the ' Roe. Schuster and James Hanson, eafe dinner together Sunday Mrs. erdena Stone, Wilma Langer and Verla at a Superior Schuter and visited in the home Later in tile after- chustc. and Mrs. guest of his g, andparents. Satur- day evening and Sunday evening guests in the Mohler home were Mr. and Mrs. Steven Shroyer, Blake and Phillip. Melissa Bean, Beloit, is stay- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Matthew and Meggin this summer. She is working in the office at the Jewell County Hospital, Mankato. July 4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Non Lovegrove, Andrew and Christopher were Mrs. Walter Stark and Mr. and Mrs. John Stark, Holdrege. They are the grandmother and parents of Beth Lovegrove. July 4th evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks were Mrs. Howard Millen, Belleville, "Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Millen and son, Overland Park, and Dr. and Mrs. Howard Miller, Luke and Jake, Hardy. Gall Hudiburgh and his houseguests, Maycle Binkley, Wilder, Idaho, and Faythe Hudi- burgh, Wichita, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry McCutcheon, Shane, Krystal and Justin, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris, Kimberly, JennaLee and David were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton. Pastor and Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Zumbro Falls, Minn., were Wednesday visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler and their son, Billy Joe Mohler, who is visiting his grandparents this summer. Thursday morning they left for Estes Park, Colo., where they will attend a conference. En- route to Colorado they will visit relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Dialton Keener, Hoisington, Ken., Mr. and Mrs. Kennety Fricke and Ryan, Great Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bauer, Troy and Tummy, Colorado Springs and attend a class reunion at Garden City. Callers the past week at the home of Wilrna Andrews were Helen Nell, Courtland, Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Zumbro Falls, Henley Alcorn (left) is presenting a native walnut Memorial Plaque, in memoryof his wife, Barbara, to Jewell County Ambulance Director Dan Switzer. HoNey made the plaque and paid for the lettering so anyone making a $50 or more donation to the Jewell County.Ambulance can have their name added. Monetary donations were made by the Alcorn family to the Jewell County Ambulance, Mankato Golf Course, Sunday school, Jewell County Hospice and St. John's Hospital. Jerry. The Johnsons were en- Harold Olena, Geneva, were route to Lovewell Lake. Late af- Saturday evening visitors in the ternoon and supper guests in the Cool home. Olena lived in this Cool home were Mr. and Mrs. community when a child and is Lester Brozovsky, McCool the son of the late Floyd and Junction. Kenneth Cool and Denis O lena. . I I II ( Farmos 0 LOcal News  41 By Elaine Cling Mrs. Dean Cling recendy vis- ited her father, Fay Hill, and mother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McBride, at Gypsum. Mrs. Cling also attend= ed the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ade at Saline. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl and family, Courtland, and Kevin Dahl called on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl last week. mer Tuesday afternoon. Other guests were Loretta Elniff and Cecilia McMillan, Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Jerit Lee and Bobby, Michigan Valley, were Tuesday through Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wat- son, Christina and Paul, Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson and Freda Clark, Courtland, Howard Ross and Betty brought supper to Opal Watson Howland met Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wednesday to help celebrate her Cignaek, Watertown, Wise., at birthday. the Kansas City airport Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Heinen and Ciganeks are staying with Mrs. Alvin and Mark Heinen, Jewell, Howland and visiting other faro- took Opal Watson out to supper ily and friends. Thursday to celebrate her birth- Mrs. Paul Osborne hosted a day. birthday 15arty for Esther Zim- Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Huber, Heather and Samantha, Court- land, Mrs. Virgil Mohler and Mr: and Mrs. Jerry Massey. They celebrated Jerry Huber's July 3 birthday. Darceil Williams, Brieanne, Christopher and Jessup, Kansas City arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Uglow, Charlie and Stacy and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jensen, Joy, Kristina, Joanna and Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, Chad and Bret and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman and family, Topeka, attended the Royals game Friday evening. The Os- bomes were July 4th holiday guests of the Bomans. July 4th weekend guests of Roberta Reed were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed, Katrina, Karissa and Kayla, Bartlesville, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed, Kristen and Keri, Saline, Mr. and Mrs. Delno Reed, Mike, Mona and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Reed and Janette, all of Center- din. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Horn and Bryon, Woodridge, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Williams, Ash- ley and Christopher, Bonner Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Holmes, Amy and Angela, Newton, were July 4th holiday guests of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey. July 4th holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Reynolds were Bonnie Kuhn and granddaugh- ter, Kristin, Topeka, Chelsey and Samantha Schlotterback, Carbondale, and Darla Gutier- reZ, Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Huber saw the sites at Hannibal, Me., July 4th weekend. Phyllis Hurd was a July 4th weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hurd, Brandon and Whit- ney, Abilene. July 4th holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howland were Mr. and Mrs. Terry HowLand, Jeremy, Jessica and Jason, Arva- de, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Becker, Arkansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Stun Kegler, Morgan and Maggie, Derby, were July 4th weekend guests of Ann Kegler. Additional guests for supper Friday were Mr. and Mrs, Garry Kegler, Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch and Michael, Haddam. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Con- nor and Jennifer, Olathe, were July 4th weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spiegel. Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell, Mel- issa and Matt, were Mrs. Ron Koehn, Lawrence, and Dixie Grenawalt and Diane, Colony Cindy Sjolander and Nick Kimes, Harrison, Ariz., and Cur- tis Free, Marysville, were July 4th weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free. Bill Kasl and Gladys Heine, Cuba, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Samantha, were additional Sun- day dinner guests. July 4th weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Belch were Sheryl Belch, Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pope, Justin and Brian, Coalgate, Okla., and Robert Belch, Wood- ward, Okla. Justin and Brian are staying for a longer visit with Thursday, July 9, 1992 thetr grandparents. Janice Peters, Juretta and Jav- enia were July 4th holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hettinger and Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Hettinger, Brittanni and Brett, Charlie Ferris and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Ferris, Drexel, Me. On the way to Drexel they stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Morrill, Luke and Pame- la, McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stansbury, Picky, Tim, Joey and Shawn, Smith Center, were July 4th guests of Carol Stansbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Samantha, and Cindy Sjolander and Nick Kimes, Harrison, Ariz., were July 4th dinner guests of Florence Free. Ann Kegler and Mr. and Mrs. Start Kegler, Morgan and Mag- gie, Derby, i:alled on Grace Ja- cobsen Saturday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes, Mankato, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne, Eric Bin'ell, Concordia, and Judy Hamel, Kent and Karl, Superior, were July 4th picnic supper guests of Mrs. Greg Bir- rell and Aaron, Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin, Opal Watson, Mrs. Von VanMeter and Kelli, all of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson, David Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl, William, Jon and Tanya, Courtland, Mr. and Mrs..Tim Schott, Alex and Justin, Beloit, and Michelle Sur- meir, Mankato, were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson, Christina and Paul, Hardy. They celebrated Mrs. Watson's July 4de birthday. Howard Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson were July 4th supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milch Snell and family, Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Max Krummel, Belleville, and Kent Krummel, Wayne, were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Strnad, Terrill and Darla. Cheryl Bouray, Nanette Dun- stun, Hilary Watson, Kristen Dewey and Joy Jensen, mem- bers of the Formoso Willing Workers 4-H Club, are attending THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7 4-H Camp at Rock Spdrg Ranch Sunday through Wednes- day. Mindy Dunstan was a Strut'  guest of Darla Stmad. Mr. and Mrs. Wa) lc Parkburst. Mankato, were Stm day afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howl,ld. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mr,h!,  visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeny Ly.: Massey, Belleville, Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. md Mrs. Lar Staffo, x,J. Mr; and Mrs. Carl Studer ,:1 Billy Woddel had a cookotl Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hube,. tleather and Samaath:a, Com,- land, were Sunday suppe-g,,w.s of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hubcr Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoa,!, Oxford, were Sunday eveni g visitors of Sylvia Mohlero Dr. Robert Howland Jr. Bo and Mackenzie, Denver, we;e Sunday overnight guests of M. and Mrs, Bob ttowland. A community -wide fl:-, works show was tl ihe city dump area Sunday evening. Esther Zi:,:uner feted on birthday Esther Zimmer, Fo mso, was honored to have so nlany persons helping cclc!wate bcr birthday. Saturday visitors who ar- rived with cake azut ice cc: , were Elsie (3atx, Ma:d:)e And,: son, Rtth Rhodes, Juanita Co:, Beloit and Kay Jocrg of Concordia. Sunday Glcnda and Bob Campbell of Wichita brought dinner. Roger Zimmer and ii, Johnson joined t hem Fr the nc, m meal. Dropping by in tlm ali c- noon were Angela Zimmer, km Carlson, Vicki Osborne, gi: and Anita Joerg, and Diamv Gardner. Other family :w, be-.,..; greeted her by tel@hone. Many a man i, saved fr.m being a thief by find, everything lu:'kc ? p on Ella Summers Minn., and Billy Joe Mohler. . at the Billy Andrews was a4th of July  --_.x__" %\\; ,n ................ Center and at weekend guest of his mother. ' --" \\;/ '" " ' ' i . _.__._.: e=.,, .... of Wilma Andrews , and Mrs. Gaff H,di- I]} burg,,, Maycle Binkley and /)..itt, 'x I /,,,  II 2_1 . III .... '---- ........ I/ )! i n Mohlerwasa Fathye Hudiburgh viewed the li,._i" iq IL ,rofWilmaAn-firew'orks in Superior Sunday Super,or III 5o .. evening. Monday morning Mr. I guestsatthehomeof Hudiburghtookhissistersback . ,. LimltTwo i ;g j to w= ...... .......... t ad Meggin were Mr. will leave for her home in Wild- G.'ary Shurigar and er, Idaho. .land, Melissa Bean, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wen- Me r.:tl andDarrenMrs. Jenn,Robert dell. Intermill, Jewel.l accompa-nied Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks to 7/I\\;" : M_ J ." . 336 N Central Superior, Neb. 402 .7,o-47:@1i unable to attend as Fisher who had surgery recently !' ter Jamie, fractured at Asbury Hospital. Mr. and F ;I"  '"-' "1 ...... ] --' .,'ashospitalized. Mrs. Martin Tietjen were Sun- ,''  '-'7.71' "r- ] Buy 2 peerages Cigarettes ] ] ELKS LODG>po,,o, | Yie Trau-tman, Levi day evening luncheon guests of I tler0n'Hskins' came Fri-MohlerParents,andMr.theirand Johnson, York,theBanks'Mr" and were 4th of JulyMrs" Norman = ^,_v=r___ y Thursday [ receive FR!aErYstaTS)IR :ad ...'tlas i[ Specialursdm/'fl![[i/iil Sl,Billy Joe Mohler, visitors in the home of Mr. and }s, Minn. Phillip Mrs. William Cool, Tonya and   6-9 n.m. Thursdays 6-9 D.m. 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