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i 2 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 13, 1972 Bostwick Local News... Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wulf and family returned home last Friday from their annual combining work in Okalhnma and Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clyde and Diane were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clyde and family in Superior the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sole and family of Nelson were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie lliff and sons, the Fourth. Mrs. Alvira Rogers of Superior was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Den Fintel and family the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Ely and David of Superior and Fred and Jack Molley of Red Cloud were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family July Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Biltoft and family of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Den Fintel and family Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Morris of Burr Oak, Kan., were visitors in the Art Gourley home last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keller of Alexandria, Va., came Monday and visited until Saturday with his father, Jo Keifer, and with other relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- dersen and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brazil of Superior spent the evening of the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerner, jr., Marsha and Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell and Dawn of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Mrs. Irene Barfknecht and Lee were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Yvonne on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Crawford of Colorado came Saturday morning to spend the holiday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gourley of Kearney and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior spent the day with their parents and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Keller spent Sunday and Monday in McCook and attended the funeral of Mrs. Keifer's aunt, Mrs. George Norris, on Mow day. John Leonard, a brother of Mrs. Norris and uncle of Mrs. Keller of Cupertino and Pacific Grove, Calif., came home from the funeral and spent several days, including the Fourth, in the Keller home. Mr. and Mrs. Keifer took Mr. Leonard to meet his plane in Mccook Thursday. Mrs. Frank Imhoff of Superior spent July Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis. Mrs. Irvin Ebsen visited her aunt, Mrs. Mae Shnpson in Red Cloud Saturday. While there she visited some friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis had word that two of their grand- sons, Steven and Rpchard Hoe], of Laramie, Wyo., left with the hand from there July 5 for Austria, in Europe and will be gone three weeks. Mrs. Margaret McLafferty of Lincoln came last Saturday and spent the holiday weekend with her brothers, Oswin and Jo Keller, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley and Mr. and Mrs. Val Thomp- son of Superior were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Craw-ford. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress were in Llncon Tuesday where Mrs. Childress had a doctor's appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Good of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Green of Kansas City, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen in Superior Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rogers of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Fjntel and family Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pettit of Burr Oak were visitors in the Art Gourley home Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall and family of Fairmont spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Lydia Kottmeyer, and brother, Roy. The George Sund family joined them on Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Wilton and Mrs. Don Rogers were in Grand Island on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Den Rogers were there again on Friday. Mrs. Alma Mueller ac- companied Mrs. Gus Fintel to Red Cloud Thursday. Mrs. Mueller stayed with her sister, Mrs. Wernecke and family for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller of Lawrence Sunday. Yvonne Meyer spent from Wednesday until Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Glen Meuller of Nelson. Mrs. Elmer Meyer spent Friday in the Glen Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Clede Mohler of Altavista, Kan., visited in the Art Gonrley home Tuesday. Pat Schuster and Diane Rogers of Grand Island ffpent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Den Rogers and family. Mrs. Bob Strnad of Guide Rock Joined thero__.on. Sunday. Arlene and Clara Miller at- tended a birthday party in honor of Lana Wining at the Lester Wtssing home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer were in Alma for a meeting Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Delka and family of Sonthlake, Texas, camp July I to visit his mother, Mrs. Harold Delka, and family and to spend the Fourth with the family. Their sons, Curtis and Eddie, stayed with their grandmother and other relatives for a longer vacation. Joining the above for the Fourth were Mr. and Mrs. Den Delka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and family of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ehlers and Matt, of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims. Mrs. d  and children, Mrs. Frank Martin and daughters and Mrs. Dennis lliff and Scott were vlsitm's in the Art Gourley home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Leo Cecava, at Deweesc Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Delkajmd family of Sonthlake, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Delka and Kevin of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Delka of Grand Island joined the Delka and McCartney families for a reunion at Red Cloud last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Glimmer and family of Junction City, Fan., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wernecke and Debbie and Ernest Werneeke of Guide Rock spent the evening of the Fourth with Mrs. Clint Wernecke and family. Mrs. Bert Malsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. John Haneen were visitors in the Edward Meyer home Sunday night, to help Mrs. Meyer celebrate her birthday. A number of families at- tended the card party at the Bostwick schoolhouse Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Koenig of Ft. Collins, Colo., spent Sunday night and Monday visiting Mrs. Harold Delka and family. The Koenig family were also visitors at the Frank Delka home. Mrs. Margaret McLaffertyof Lincoln was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Keller and family last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ehlers and family visited Mrs. Harold Delka, Joe and Doris Sunday afternoon. Mike McCord of Kearney and Cindy Kottmeyer of Nelson spent the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer and sons. .... Credenffah Are Important Unfortunately, in the large-scale, fast-mov|ng society ot today, personal evaluations, based on long-standing associations, are not always possible. Very often, we must rely on objective credentials In assessing the qualifications of those to whom we must turn for profeSsional services. Members of our staff, for example, must meet certain educational standards anO possess state licenses acquired through the passing of State Board examinations. We cordially in- vite anyone who so desires to visit our Funeral Home to discuss our services and make their evaluations at any time convenient to themselveL MONTGOMERY- WILLIAN00 FUNERAL SERYICE -- MONUMMNTS SUPERIOR . . sl ..... HARDY i i I I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Delka and Kevin of Lincoln visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keifer of Alexandria, Va., and his father, Jo Keifer, were visitors in the Bob Keifer home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Delka of Grand Island and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and family of Guide Rock were visitors there SatuYday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and daughters and Mrs. Harold Delka, Joe and Doris were Sunday evening visitors. Several families from this community attended an N.F.O. supper at a care in Superior Monday evening. Mrs. Ous Fintel entertained the "Know Thy Neighbor" club ladies and guests, in her home Wednesday afternoon. Highland.. Mrs. Roy Honeycutt visited Mrs. Howard Thompson Monday afternoon. Roy Honeycutt and Mike were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClure and Jamie. Mrs. Floy Porter was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sell and family, Arthur Haidsiak and Henry Haidsiak were dinner guests of Mrs. Fern Cassell and Den Sunday. Mrs. Velma McKevitt visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter and family visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fleck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner and family of Hastings visited Monday evening and Tuesday in the Louis Keim home. Mrs. Hans Christensen, Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Mads Christensen were among visitors of Mrs. Glen Mueller and baby at the Nuckolls County Hospital July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christeneen were guests Friday evening in the Alfred Hanson home helping Teresea celebrate her fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christensen were guetts Sun- day in the Hans Cbristensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of Mrs. Floy Porter. Davenport Monday overnight and the Fourth guests of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Phelps were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Scott of Palisade and Mr. and Mrs. Dorrence Scott, Sue and Butch of Wauneta. Butch remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Clinton Simenton ana Margaret Lautemchlnger at- tended the funeral of Harry Weddel at Carleton on Sunday. Brownie Camp was held at Nelson last week. The theme for this year's camp was Woodland Nymphs. There were 10 girls from Davenport who attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner and Denise accompanied Dennis Skinner on a week's vacation visiting Dale's brother, Max, and family at Lawton, Okla. They also toured the Etsenhower museum in Abilene, Kan. Dale Avers of Lincoln, m., visited his father, Ed Avers, and also at the Carl Dursch home. There was a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Corman, jr., at the Church of Christ after services Sunday evening. A gift of China was presented to them. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beadle of Stanwood, Wash., were Monday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meers. Mr. Beadle is a nephew of Mr. Meers. Rev. and Mrs. Ikenberry (Marguerite Berkey) of La Verne, Calif., stopped at the home of Mrs. M. M. Jennings, jr., for a coffee Thursday morning in which friends of Mrs. Ikenberry were present. They were on their way to Evanston, Ill., to attend the wedding of Mrs. Ikenberry's granddaughter. A number of ladies were present Monday morning at a coffee given for Mrs. R. V. Clements and Donna Adcock at the home of Mrs. Gerald Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Alloway and children of Weston, Conn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. Durward Phelps and Dennie attended the funeral of Patrick Stanosheck at Odell, Monday morning. Mr. Stanosheck was the father of Mr. and Mrs. Phelps' son-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ekwall and Teresa of Sun Valley, Calif., spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dursch. They also visited their grandfather, Ed Avers, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Oscar Bowes and Margaret Lautenschlager called on Mrs. Nora Coleman and Mrs. Edna Taylor of Carleton last Monday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Torkelson of Seattle, Wash., were last Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brubaker of Carrollton, Texas spent the Fourth of July weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max Sissel and Reggie. There will be a combined centennial worship service at the gymnasium July 18 at 11:00. St. Peter's Lutheran Church will have regular worship at 8:30 and Sunday school at 9:30. Church of Christ will have regular worship at 10:00 and Sunday school at 9:00. There will be no regular worship at Christ Lutheran or Methodist churches. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jones and Maryann of South Gate, Calif., and Mrs. Jone's sister, Mrs. Marvin Elifritz of Edgar were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner. Mrs. Carl Dursch and Mrs. Morris Ekwall called on Mr. and Mrs. Lonie Avers Tuesday evening. Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Phelps and sons were Nancy and Carla Darling and Diane Hornbussel of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Clements and Kenneth of Rochester, N. Y., and Miss Donna Adcock came last Sunday evening to spend two weeks' visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Adcock. Joining them Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adcock of Superior. Mrs. Bea Jeweff was a Sun- dhv evening visitor of Margaret Ltenschlager. Rev. and Mrs. Ikonberry were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Urbauer. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holtsen m entertained Sunday evening supper guests in honor of Judy's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.-larold Virgil of Hemet, Calif., Mrs. Caroline Seibelist of Media, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dumler and family. Joining them later were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holtzen and Du Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holtzen, Regina and Doug. Margaret Lautensohlager, Mrs. Florence Cameron and Mrs. F. A. Monntford enjoyed a cafe supper Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Cameron's and Mrs. Monnfford's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckles and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaeffer and family joined other relatives and friends at the home of their mother, Mrs. Earl Schaeffer, of Ruskin for supper and fireworks on the Fourth. Mrs. M. Jennings, jr., just returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisher and family of Crawford, Nab. Teresa Ekwall had as her overnight guests, Janet Buckles, Sandra Sohaeffer and Dawn Norton, at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dursch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Sanner and Corey of Comanache, Okla., were guests over the holiday weekend of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sarmer, and family. Rev. Andris Grinhorgs will be attending school for 10 days in Colorado. Lee Lautenschlager is at- tending Army Reserve summer camp in Wisconsin. Rev. Andrls Grinbergs will be on vacation the last two Sun- days in July. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sanner and daughters were supper guests on the Fourth of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holtzen and daughters. The High school hand went to Dewitt Sunday afternoon to march in their centennial parade. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ohlmann and a couple of friends of Boone, Iowa, Linda Vetter and Hulda Jagels were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Sobroeder. Joining them in the evening was Ann Sehroeder. Monday afternoon and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meets were Sp6 and Mrs. Pat Culver and George of Tacoma, Wash. They were enroute toFt. Story, Va., where be will be statioued in the army. Jim and Pat were stationed in the army in Thailand on a Tugboat. Mrs. Culver is from Thailand. Spending from June 26 through July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Howard and family were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Day Howard of Stockton, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Erickson, Kathy, Julie and Dicky of Jamestown, N. Y. Mrs. Ertckson is his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Serge and. Bobby of Deshler were Monday evening visiters of Margaret Lauteuschlager. Mr. and Mrs. Rene Molthan and Casaidy of Kearney spent the Fourth of July weekend wRh Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Pearson and Roun. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Avers, Naomi, Nina, and Novela of Oklahoma City, Okla., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greatest Advance Since the Typewriter was Invented/ No More Smeary Erasing- Covers Mistakes Instantly, Permanently! CORRECTING TYPEWRITER RIBBON' Most exciting, needed advance since the typewriter was invented! As of this moment, every messy, smudgy, smeary typewriter eraser in the world hits the scrap heap for good. No more erasing--ever! Bottom half of miracte r'ibbon is like a magic wand that makes errors disappear before your eyes. To make corrections, just back space, shift ribbon selector and retype error. Presto! White ink makes error completely invisible. Order extra ribbons for friends. This is one gift they'll love you for! No CODs. 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Friday evening visirs of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Mosier and family were La Rayne Lauber, Lois Lauber and Glenn Zook of Goshen, Ind. 00News The Busy Bobbins The Busy Bobbins 4-H Club met at Deomm Sole's home at 2:00 p.m. July 3. Cheryl Gillan was appointed to head the fountain project for the Oregon Trail Park and all members will help whenever they are needed. Two cooking demonstrations were given. Terri Gillan made cheese apple crisp and Cheryl Gillan made casserole yeast bread. Three kinds of hemming were demonstrated. Anne Swanstrom, Terri Gillan and Lynae Soroggin showed how to do a cross stitched hem, a machine hem and a catch stitched hem. In the Let's Create project, Terri Gillan carved an apple head and Lynae Scroggin showed how to make a leather belt. Lynae also demonstrated four stitches in crocheting. After lunch the club members went to the Seroggin home for song practice. The typical American diet is rich in eggs, which are high in cholesterol; and meats, butter, cream, and whole milk, which are high in animal (saturated) fats, notes the Nebraska Heart Association I I I To the Editor: Enclosed find mY renewal of my the Express. Since the new Postal Service our paper six to after publication. It seems pride missing would seem we liabilities these changes were Perhaps a course reading should be the examinations then. If McGovern's and dropped as s well, they'd stones of Hell. Yours Lewis W. West DRAW YOUR ATTENTION in the 00ollow Pages 240 Acres More or Less Nuckolls County To Be Offered At Publk We will sell the following land to the highest bidder at farm located 4 miles East and 3 miles North of Lawren ce mile South and 2 West of Deweese at 1:30 o'clock on Monday, July 17 Farm No 1 This 80 acres of land is level to rolling. It has a full "improvements. The buildings consist of a house, barn, corn crib and granery, hoghouse, large machine blacksmith shop, chicken house and brooder house, the will be sold subject to the tenants rights. It has 57.1 cropland and balance lots and grass land. Purchaser receive one-third of planted milo and possession to land. Full possession March 1, 1973. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NV2 (North one-half) NEV4 East one-fourth) of Section 11 4N--SW, NuckollS Nebraska. Farm No 2 This 80 acres is level to rolling land. Has a large acres of cropland. Purchaser will receive and possession to wheat land. Full possession March 1, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NV2 (North one-half) NWV4 West one-fourth) of Section 12 R 4N--SW, Nuckolls Nebraska. Farm No 3 This 80 acres is .evel to rolling land. Twenty-five al tenth acres cropland and balance grass. Sold sul: tenants rights. Purchaser will receive one-third possession to wheat land this fa II and full possession 1973. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: EV2 (East one-half) SEV4 East one-fourth) of Section 2 R 4N--aW Nuckolls Nebraska. TERMS: 25 percent due at sale and balance when and abstracts furnished. 1971 and all prior year taxes paid. Not responsible for accidents. Frank Drudik and Elsie Rughu, A. H. KOTTMEYER Auctioneer ELLIS OAgt