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District 10 American Legion and Midget Baseball Tournament -East Clay Center, Neb. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday July 18, 19,20,21 Midgets Thursday, July 20 6:30 p.m. Harvard Clay Center Wednesday, July 19 8:30 p.m. Superior District finals at Harvard: Nelson Juniors Wednesday, July IS Harvard 6:30 p.m. District Friday, July 21 Champion-East Friday, July 21 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Glenvil Tuesday, July 18 8:30 p.m. Midgets, July 23. Winners at Clay Center vs. winners at Minden 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 13, 1972 Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer were Tuesday afternoon callers at the Ed Schultz and Doyle Christensen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer Sunday evening. Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hemminer and children of Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Mace Robb el Doniphan. Distrid Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Champion-East Mueller accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun to Stetnaur, Neh., to attend funeral services for a cousin, Walter Wchrbein. Raymond Rouse spent July 4 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw and helped Mr. Shaw celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer attended a covered dish supper at the Recreation room at Elk Creek Manor to honor Mrs. Thelma Dunken of Corbett, Juniors, July 23. Winners at Clay Center vs. winners at MindeaS:30 p.m. Ore., who is visiting her mother, ili Winner of tournament will go to area C tourn, ment In Harvard, July 26., , Mrs. Nettle Meyer. ,| ............. - " ......... _. , Fourth of July guests of Mr. [e, .... 7, took Mrs. Neat Andersen and Mr.andMrs. RonaldHoisteen and Mrs. Luster Mueller, Mrs. Wilma Damoude and Mrs. Carl Hartman, I " [,n /' eq[ e daughters toGeonatomeetMr, and daughterofLincolnarrived Melinda and Matt of Mesa, accompanied the Carroll Kathloen and Janice were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen and at the Gene Holsteen home Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Alexander family on a three- and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, News) of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Bursa family of Laurel. They will Sunday to visit several days. Swanstrom, Sandy, Steve and day horse show over the Steven and Donald, Mr. and was a Saturday and Mrs. Damoude and Betty spend the week visiting in her Saturday supper and Sunday Scott of Meaes Lake, Wash., Mr. weekend held at Minden, Mrs. Loren Bailey and Mrs. Jim Wilma Damoude Lou were guests of Mr. and Mrs. sister's home and will leave dinner guests in the home of and Mrs. Dale Muoller and Ravenna and Kearney. Ferebee, Karen and Allan. Lon. Joe Gascoigne. from there by plane for their Mrs. Iza McCutchan were Mr. family of Bladen, Mr. and Mrs. Sister Rose Kroeger of the Trondt and Jodie Mr. and Mrs. Dale Alherts of home at Mesa, Ariz. end.Mrs. Raymond Harris and Herman Swaustrom and Mr. Deconess Mother House of the dinner guests of Grand Island spent Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Holsteen tamd yofEuene, Ore.,Mr. and and Mrs. Glen Mustier and Fairview m,o, Lutheran Church of Verle Whiteley. with Mr. and Mrs. Henry and baby of Lincoln were Mrs. Joe Lush and Jo Lynn of daughters. Afternoon caUers Milwaukee, Wisc., is visiting a Anton Stichka of Malpert, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grand Island and Mr. and Mrs. were Harold Eilers and Mrs. few days with Mr. and Mrs. were Thursday at- Mrs. Dale Adamson went to Gene Holsteen and Dennis. Bob McCutchan, Billy and Marvin Ruhgu and Patty. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer Fred Schiermeyer and will visit of Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Monday to attend a Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hansen Betty. Tuesday evening guests of visited Sunday afternoon with other relatives at Hebron and They brought workshop. She will also attend and Karen of Corvallis, Ore., Fourth of July guests in the Mr. and Mrs. FA Sekora and Mrs. Isa McCutchan and her Byron while in Nebraska. ' Spend a week at the summer school there, were Saturday evening guests home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe family were Mrs. John Ltpo, houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening guests of Ml'. Mrs. Wflma Damoude and of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones and Ferebee were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buescher Raymond Harris and family of and Mrs. Eldrich Grummert ._Spper guests of Mr. Betty Lou and Mrs. Jim Watts Gwen. Ralph Ferehee of Red Cloud and family of Lawrence and Mr. Eugene, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Craig were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good were went to Seward Friday and Sunday dinner guests in the and J. W. Ferebee of Nelson. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee. Lush and Jolyn of Grand Island Milvern Grummert and family Mrs. Duane Cham- were dinner guests in the home home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lynn Nielsen was a guest the Thursday afternoon visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Me- of Glenvil and John Grummert. IAneoln. of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krahel at Hastings in honor of past two weeks at Rockport, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cutchan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer Mrs. Steve Troudt Mailand and son. They spent the Betty Lou Damoude of Baker, Me., in the home of Mr. and Willmr Wilson were Mr. and Mr.-and Mrs. Bob Bergman visited Friday evening with Mr. car races at Red remainder of the afternoon Mont., were .Mrs. Wilma Da- Mrs. Ralph Nielsen and family. Mrs. Richard Rennick and and Greg spent the weekend and Mrs. Orville Grnmmert. evening. Jodie visiting with Charleen. moude, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nielsen family of Riverside, Calif., and with Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Sunday dinner guests of Mr. with Mr. and Carol Karmazin of Lincoln Jurgermmeier of Fairfield, Mr. went to Rockport for the Harold FAlers. Bergman. Joining them for a and Mrs. Ralph Meyer were Mr. Troudt. was home to spend the weekend and Mrs. Walt Hansman and weekend and Lynn reSin'ned A Monday dimmer guest of Mr. cookout included Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lendall Meyer, Mark Mrs. Harold Smith with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kar- children of Hastings and Mr. home with them. and Mrs, Boyd Jones and Gwen Charles Larison and daughters, and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. M. Carroll Troudt and Case) afternoon callers mazin and family, and Mrs. Cecil Morehead and Susan Ruhga, Kathy Good, was RalphWrightof Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora, Run, daughters of Denver. Betty Lon Michell Soulek and Barbara City, Okla. Rick and Connie spent Sunday left from her sister's home Culbertson were in Hastings Mrs. Howard Good and Kathy Meyer and daughters. Rainforth and afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Monday morning to return to Friday. were Sunday afternoon callers Weekend guests of Mr. and )spent the William Sekora to celebrate Baker, where she will teach. Fourth of July evening guests of Mrs. Emma Oltnums and Mrs. Charles Holms included with her parents, Mr. William Sakora's birthday. She has been here since May 27. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpart Lila. Oliver Putts and his daughter, Gerald WhReley. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mertom Nancy Adamson came home were Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jackson Mrs. Max Crawford of lruce Whiteley and Plamheck of York were Wed- Sunday to spend the Fourth at Hansen of Superior and Mr. and and Connie of Niles, Mich., left Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Glenvil were also nesday afternoon callers of Mr. home with Mr. andMrs. Dale Mrs. William Saathoff of Friday for there home after Reddy Newhouse of Wichita and Rests. and Mrs. Clifford Adamson. Adamson and family. Hastings. spending two weeks In Mrs. Lula Holms. of June 20 Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morehoad Mrs. Boyd Jones and Gwen Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelth were Nebraska visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. FA! Muoller, Mr. and Betty Lou and daughters of Denver were were in Lincoln Friday on Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shafer of and Mrs. Carl Mueller and Mrs. Alexander went to Saturday evening callers at the business. Mr.andMrs. clifford Adamson. Edgar were Friday evening Lydia Kottmeyer attended attend a horse show home of his sister, Mrs. Wilma Those enjoying Sunday at Fourth of July er guests callers of Mr. and Mrs. Bud funeral services at Omtral City 13arry participated. Damoude, and Betty Lou. Lovewell Lake were Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ferebee. June 28 for Mrs. John Mustier. a guest in the home Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good Mrs. Carl Mustier, Mr. and Wroughton were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Boyd Jones and Gwen Charles Keith and Tim Mrs. Dale Swanstrom and Ernest WroughtonandMr. and spent Sunday in Omaha where returned to their home at family of Moses Lake, Wash., Mrs. Vaden Kramer of they attended the baptimn of Montgomery, Ala., Friday. ,,,-,'Jr, M.^- t em^---:n'm--" Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Muener Superior. E)ert Boyd Helzer at the They had been here to attend and family of Glenvil, Mr. and Sunday afternoon callers in Pilgrim Lutheran Church. They funeral r','ices for his uncle, Mrs. Dale Mueller and family of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art wece dinner guests in the home Kemeth Keith, and to visit his Bladen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye were Mr. and Mrs. John of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helzer in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim With Trained Courteous Meul]er, jr., of Lincoln. Glen Drapel of Fairfield. honor of Roger. Keith. Memorial Counselors Mueller joined them later in the Mr. and Mrs. Juke Hepler Tuesday evening guests of Bias Belling and Mlu Anna day. went to Scandia Sunday where Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee to Ma Belling of Lltchfleld, N.D., Who Can Take Care of Every Nola Doyle was a Thursday they were dinner guests in the enjoy fireworiB were Mr. and and1wold Belling of Laramie, afternoon visitor of Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Wayne Jackson and Wyo., were weekend guests of Monumental Need MarvtnRuhSa. Blackwood. The day was in Connie of Nlles, Mich. , and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred &hier- Large or Small Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swan- honor of Mr. and Mrs. Black- and Mrs. Roy West of Deshler. meyer. sU'0m and family of Moses wood's 37th wedding an- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Fourth of July supper guests Contact Lake, Wash., arrived June 29 to niversary, and Mrs. Wayne Wroughton of Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick [! tr visit relatives until the weekend Fourth of July evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grummert and Craig were Mn, ig Eva Rausher, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edwin Ludw of July 8. of Mr. and Mrl. Gene HolstNn Wronghton and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher, Mr. and Mrs, H Thursday evening visitors of and Dennis to enjoy fireworks Joe Ferebee. i%ne 027-4s Representing Shickley, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oltmaus were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wednesday dinner guests of Virgil Stowers and Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adamson and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee John Grmnmert. Palmers Brothers Granite Co. Adams andJason. Mrs. Bob McCutchan and were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Monday evenlng guesta of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ruhga, family and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and Connie and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams | |  Holdrege, NeD. Dick and Patty visited Sunday Marvin Ruhga and family, and Mrs. Joe Ferebee. J. W, and sons were Mr. and Mrs. $2 Years under the same management evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Ferehoe called later in the Gene Hjmum of Corvallis, Ore., azour. and Mrs. Carl Mueller were Mr. afternoon, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur JOHNSON CASH.WAY'$ WAREHOUSE CARPET SALES ATTENTION CARPET CUSTOMERS: Contractors - Hotel, Motel and Apartment Owners - Churches, Clubs and Institutions. This is your opportunity to save on Carpet Full Rolls.. Part Ills... Short Rolls and Remnants. All Warehouse Carpet Has Been Regrouped and Repricecl. REGROUPED: Many One Time Buys! The'Savings Are Fantastic! Gary Baker and Jason. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Franzen and Margaret of Odeil, Mr. and Mrs. Don Frarmm of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert were Sunday dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franzen. Children less than 12 years old must wear life preservers at all times while boating on Nebraska waters. Walleye are members of the erch family. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 I:1 NOrtheast News "-Mr.-- and-vlrs/-Darreli "Ward' and children spent July 4 at Bennett with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Runge. Other guests in the Runge home were Mrs Edna Hineline, Lori Drohman and Susan Melton. These guests were there for the weekend. Mrs. Steve Corman took Barbara and Mark Corman to Superior on Saturday to see their mother, Mrs. Clayton Corman, at the hospital where she is a patient. Mrs. Corman had surgery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cartney were dinner guests on July 4 of Mr. and Mrs. Otha- Skinner in Davenport. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ar- chie Melvin. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of South Gate, Calif., joined the group. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilton of Superior were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens last Saturday evening. Thursday evening callers at the Joe Culbertson home were Mr. and Mrs. Rollan Culhertson of Nelson. Mrs. Kenneth Dolme took her mother, Mrs. Hattie Deppa, to Hastings on Sunday. They at- tended church in the forenoon and had dinner with Mrs. Deppe's brother, Ben Johnson, at noon. In the afternoon they called on Mrs. Dohse's aunts, Mrs. Emma McCune and Mrs. Minnie McCune at Villa Grace. Mrs. Don Hassellman and daughters of Bellevue were guests at the Darrell Ward home Friday evening. Lea Ahrens began his studies Monday at Central Nebraska Technical College at Hastings again after a few weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Overttwf and Kay were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurioe Overturf. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ward and sons were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward in Nelson for a cookout. 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