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:i Hastings, were weekend guests master's degree in education Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof. guests of Reba Harrington granddaughter, Ellie, visited (C'- ...... -"-'~ 1in the Marvin SchleUter home from University of Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt Mr.andMrs. GeraldWhiteley Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ruhga II Hardy L 1 Ne hjj~d ~ attend the Saturday Lincoln, and Linda graduated and grandson, Erik Brandt, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rain-Sundayevening. Libby, OCa ~VS wedding of Monica Schleuter. from Lincoln School of Corn- were evening visitors. ': forth were weckend guests of Kathleen GOod, Odell, and parents, Mr. ~ / ___JJ Bill Van Valkenburg, marco. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lipker Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Raiuforth Kelly Stockwell, Brooklyn, Krueger, t~ ~.:_~--~-~"-"T- ~ .i Newport Beach, Callf., arrived St. Mark's Ladles' Aid were recent evening visitors of and Laurie, North Loup. N.Y., were Saturday visitors of Krusger r~ By Mrs. Esther Wyatt parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Jerome inthis .m~.a. Wednesday and has sponsored the July birthday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Windh.orst, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good. tended visit Mabel Crandall was hostess Kohl. ueen vmiting trienas !n meparty for the residents of the Doubler, helping Mrs. Wina- f -- Mr. and Mr to the Robekah Lodge last Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Hardy-Superior area. His van Good Samaritan Home, Nelson, horst celebrate her birthday. [I * | I I I" I ~ r [[ Hastings. "~,~d,v ,~,eni,~ Ward and Glenn Aurand .and was parKeu at the LeeRoy Tuesday afternoon. Allan Lipker, Norway, Iowa, I[ l-llOt21CIYld Lnffll I~lpUI~ [I out-of-to,~ "'Mr.'~l'Mrs.'~,~o Fuller were Grace Fuller went to Sheuan- .H._ans.en ,home where he made Mr. and Mrs. Arne Larsencalled on his parents, Mr and ~ ~.." " "=/" ~'~' ~ ~...,v,~,~,~ ~ ~, ,~ vv ,.,~ J Emil Pearg Thursday evening visitors in the doah, Iowa, Sunday to s.~. the nm n.eaaquarters. TneT were and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Buhl,Mrs. Elmer Lipker, several ~ ' J two weeks Eric Haasen home. ladies' sister, Mary Sheunase, g uesm or_ Ism.ma tlansen, Hebron, were last Sunday times last week. He is in this By lllghlud Club evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, I~ Thelma Mlckelaen ac- at the home of her daughter, ~uperlor,.'I/nursaay. tte was evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. area to attend to some farmMr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce, Mr. Den Cassell and daughters ~ Mark and T Ark. While t companied Vivian Brown to Donna West. They also made greeting ~lends at. the C. R. Gifford Larsen. work on his land near Superior. and Mrs Paul Knehans and celebrate John Haidsiak s here they al ,~_.....~. u.-~., sto~ at RocV,~t Mo, where ~uwaras annlversar~, Wendy and Stacy Drew, Marie Troudt returned Sunday birthday. .,4Jglt;uzV~a 1.vatm~uu7. ~ '~.I~~ ~ " ~,~l~t*~Fi,~r, ~,,.,~.., ConnieSwihart and Jim Loop, they vis|ted with their cousins. '- .............,,~ Hastings, visited their grand- Minnie Carman, Nelson, was evening after the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell and Jensen fan~ Superior, vlaitedtheir parents, Ruby Hill and grandson, ..---~:_-_-~:~;~- : -~-i ~~ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold a Menday guest in the home of touring the eastern part of the daughters and Mr. and Mrs. the Rowan . Mr and Mrs Guy Loop, Shown Jensen, were Sunday ( ( ........ ~! Haneen, last week. her niece, Mrs. Leslie Jensen, state. They were in Auburn Run Porter, Richard and Pare Omaha. Tuesday. Jerry Loop, Superior, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. !! /'-'L .... L, ~k[e~i/S ~t Mr. and Mrs. Evon Sykes and Mr. Jansen. Saturday evening, toured the were Sunday dinner guests of Wilma Dice was an overnight visitor of Mr. Walt Tkoman, Chester. ]t ~.~rlLllLr! i ~ ~ Ijoined Allyn Anderson, Agnes Clara Torring, Hastings, and fish museum in Gretna and Floy Porter. week with hal m~d Mrs. Loop. Tuesday evening Ruby ~L_ ................... ;i Hendrickson and Audrey Mc-her daughter, Sherrill Torring, went on a boat trip down the Richard Porter and. ShellyPeterson, an~ Cutchan at the home of Mabel Rapid City, S. D., were Monday Missouri River at Brownville. Follmer were among me CYO hell. Bula Clark moved into her Callahan, Deshler, joined Mr. ~-- ..... ~ Hanson, Nelson, Tuesday af- to Tuesday guests of Helen Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer groupwhic`h was at Estes P.arx Mr. and b~ home in Hardy Wednesday. and Mrs. Darrell Rhoads for the Union Church: Sherman ternoon to honor Mrs. HansonShaw. The guests called on and family were July 17 supper n-urn l~esaay until Tnursuay. Aurora, were~ The Helping Han~ club met evening meal and a visit. Mr. Sack, minister. July 31, 1983, with an early celebration of her friends while here. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Den her mother, Wednesday in the home of Rhoads visited his daughter, ushers Phlllip Piper, Monty Mildred Hineline Superior.Mrs. Leon Stauffer, and family Dahl, Jana Aurand and July 21 birthday. Mrs. Floyd Brakhage visited Follmer. Pastorand Mrs. Claussen and Donna Po~ Among the ladies going from at Cozad during the weekend. Brandon Blair. Special music Edward Schoof and family Stella Noblitt, Monday af- Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham Lask, Wyo., Hardy were Mrs. Lee Roy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan, by youth choir. Aug. 1, cou_nc, il were Sunday dinner guests of ternoon, were Wednesday supper guests were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Avery | r ' ., of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer, Mrs. Berness Miller. and with o~ Hanson, Mrs. Herman Laird,Superior, went to the Eugene meeting, 8 pm Women s (_ ". I Rod and Tracy to help TracyMr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz friends. Thttt~ Mrs. Guy Loop, Mrs. David Hanson home Sunday eveningChristian Union will hold a [[ F ~ _ _ I /k T ..... I[ celebrate her birthday, attended the funeral of Eva her sister, M Martens and Orpha Lee Perry. to honer her mother for an early silent auction at their meeting It Lawrence LOCal J~ews [I Mr andMrs Mike FoUmer RausherWednesday morning, and family, . Mr. and Mrs. David birthday. Aug. 18 to raise money for l ~..~v, ,,, ,~, ,~.~. ............ -~ and daughters were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller Mr. and M Tomlinson, John, Jason andDan Schlueter, Kearney, Mrs. parsonage expense Ladies Cheryl, Lawrence Hart and Gayle~ Kloepper and Mrs. John ~hould bring homemade items, "~ ' " supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jacobitz attended the Merrily Goertzen, Lincoln,Long on, Mindy and Lisa, 0od and white elephants By Miss Bernice Millervisited in the Wencil Kucera Don Follmer. Thursday afternoon. Jamie and Convention in were weekend guests of Mr. and. _ .... ~. Recent visitors in the home of home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tom Willett, Liberty; Mo.,21. It was for i Mrs. Jim Miller. f ........ -----------~]Mrs. Levi Miller were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller Williams and Donald were came Tuesday for a couple Chevrolet ca Kellie Martens, Hastings, I [ rll | 1 ~ T I lMrs. BennyKimminau, Pauline and family were Sunday guests Sunday dioner guests of Mr. and weeks in the Jacobitz home. approximate came Thursday for a l~y ]] KUSRIn LOCOI l~/eWS I! KimminauandGertieDietrich,in the home of Mrs. Levi Miller. Mrs. LorenBailey. DoraHoins Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porterfrom 23 aU Wichita, and Margaret Kim-Father Charles Gorgon is in visited them in the afternoon, visited Floy Porter Thursday provinces of ( vacation with Dennis and Brmn [ ~ ........... -_ ~l minsu, Dodge City, Kan. They St. Mary's Hospital, Reno, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wehrmanevening. Mr. and at the home of Mrs. David ~ ' had come for the funeral of Nov., following a motorcycle and Nicholus were Sunday Vericonia SotoandTerri Soto James and Martens. Mr. and Mrs. Martens By Mrs. Ronaid Lewis 10 a.m. Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen, Steve Kimminau. accident while on his vacation, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. were Tuesday to Thursday and Mrs. Da were at Hastings Sunday for a Bethany Lutheran Church: librarian. birthday dinner for Mr. Mar- Pastor Jeff Chubb. Sunday,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klaen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schroer Many relatives and friends Doug Porter and Matthew. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Omaha~ Sun tens. July 31, Sunday school, 9:30 accompanied by their daughter, visited their children in Omaha from the area attended the Mr. andMrs. RonPorter, Mr. Wehrman and Nicholus. Mr. Keim, No' a week. funeral of Arnold Lemke in and Mrs. Jim Keith, Charles and Mrs. Doug Porter and Margaret K~ Thelma Mickeisen, Charlotte a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. RayomaHenning, Beatrice, left Leona Faimon had eye Superior Tuesday afternoon. Holms, John Haidsiak andMatthew joined them several Nancy San] Peckham, and Esther Wyatt St. Mark's Lutheran Church: July 10 for Bloomfield, N. M., were Sunday cooperative Pastor Larry Rodencal. Sun- where they were houseguests of surgery in Kearney. She stayed Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Follmer, Doris Burkett were Tuesday times for droner. Jason, Over~ dinner guests of Mabel Cran- day, July 31, Sunday school, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Schurmanwith Mr. and Mrs. ROy Barnard Bellevue, were , weekend Dr. and M: doll. 8:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. and family Saturday they and family a few days. visitors of her mother, Irene I I r, . . r 1 ~ ,!Chip, Omal~ Nancy Grinstead and Ruskin Public Library Hours : attended the wedding of Jolene Mrs. Fred Ousey, Aurora, Himmelberg. I iew Local l /ew I guestsof ' Shannon, Davenport, Iowa, Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed-SehurmanandRussellSmithat f"f---1]ip I N ']1 '~'~ _)~andMrs. D~ cameFriday for a visit with her nesdays, 7.9 p.m. ; Saturdays, 9- the Baptist Church in Far~ . ,. _= ....... ~_ _--~-~ .............. ~-~_:_:~ Mr. andMJ ], ,,, ~m~e~r N.Man~l M/~O p~,e~ t V ew Loca ew~ By Fairview Club their parents, Mr and Mrs and Joni vs Mr and Mrs Dennis Dickes R ell "eeve " .~/'J.~/~}'1 weeks. They IIDERIND IIUE~TN~II( Ga~oway~ Colorado'Springsl t~__~_" __":~_ ...... )] uss xt . with her -" and Wendy, Thayer, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schier- ~q~U i-UUll~pSi i-ewi-ak~ee, pai~li~ Colo. Andrew Galloway was a By Mrs. Ward Stanslmry Grummert family supper Tuesday visitors of Mr. and meyer called on Mr. and Mrs. , INC. Every Saturday Starting at 1:00 p.m. We sold over 400 pigs Saturday, on a steady market. Cattle run was light. Mixed pigs, Superior, 38 Ibs ............. $19.00 per head White pigs, Lawrence. 27 Ibs ............. $12.50 per head White pigs, Lawrence. 44 Ibs ............. $17.50 per head Mixed pigs, Formoso. 41 Ibs .............. $15.50 per head Mixed pigs, Mankato. 56 Ibs ............. $20.00 per head White pigs, Osbmne, 50 Ihs .............. $23.50 per head Mixed pigs, Nora. 63 its ................. $30.00 per head Mixed pigs. Nora. 00 Ihs ................. $29.00 pot head Bred sows, Hardy, 402 Ibs. .................. S30.50 cwt Black sows. Davenport, 296 Ibs .............. $3f.30 cwt. Black boar, Davenport, 285 Ibs ............... $31.00 cwt. Mixed heifers, Supe~or, 069 Ibs .............. $42.60 cwt. Mixed heifers, Nora, 1,093 Ibs ............... $41.26 cwt. member of the wedding party. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gharring, Friday in Superior to honor Mrs. Everett Meyer and RUn. Earl Kleenand Rayoma sang at Travis Piper, Sheridan, Mich., Elizabeth Vickermeier of They took a picnic lunch and ate the wedding. The Kleens and and Angle Adamson, Lincoln, Germany, a cousin of the with Marie Warncking at the Mrs. Henning returned home were Monday supper guests of Grummerts. Good Samaritan Center that late July 18. Mrs. Kleen, Mrs. Mr. andMrs. CliffordAdamsou. Mrs. Marvin Oltmans was aevening. Schurman and Mrs. Galloway Mrs. Marvin Oltmans andFriday dinner guest of the Mr. andMrs. Wesley Press, are sisters. Mrs. Dale Adamson ac- Senior Citizens at the Senior Joel andKarlton, Tempe, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge companied Judy Schott to Clay Citizen Corner. She presented a are visiting relatives here this were in Auburn last weekend as Center Wednesday to attend a demonstration, week, among them being Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer supper and League of Nebraska Mrs. Tom Wilson and and Mrs. Everett Meyer and Steffens. Sunday they attended Municipalities meeting, daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. RoB. Mrs. Press ~nd Mrs. a pork barheque, hosted by the Bob McCutchan and Betty Wilbur Wilson Thursday of-Meyer are sisters. Steffans, honoring their were Sunday dinner guests of ternoon. Helen Grummert, Superior, daughters who recently Isa McCutchan. Michelle Karmazin, daughter visited Esther Mumma Wed- graduated. Shirley, received a Mr, and Mrs. Wayne McClure of Dr. and Mrs. Dan Karmazin, nesday afternoon. Mrs. were last Sunday eveningis staying this week with Mr. Mumma took Elva Mumma to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and Mrs. Bill Karmazin. Brodstone Memorial Nuckolis Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mazour, County Hospital Saturday af- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour Omaha, and Richard Mazour,ternoon. and Mary Mazour were Lincoln, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. an~ Mrs. Russell Reeve Saturday supper guests of Mr. Jerome Mazour, this week. called on Mr. and Mrs. Ivan and Mrs. Adrian Mazour at Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- Troudt Saturday evening. Hastings. macher and family were Mrs. Floyd Vest, Greenwood, Mrs. Ward Stansbury andMonday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moyn Keim, Reba Harrington visited Mrs. ~ and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher Davenport, attended the funeral Fred Harms Wednesday and Shirley to honor Harold on of their aunt, Eva Rausher, morning. Elsie Mueller attended a - - COMPARE - - Quality - Cost Design - Warranty Holstein cow. Nora .................... S460.00 per head Holstein bull. !.225 Ibs ...................... $44.00 cwt. Olack whiteface cow. Guide Rock. !.135 Ibs... $40.25 cwt. Holstein cow. Superior. 1.440 Ibs ............. SSO.0O cwt. Holstein cow. Superior. 1.120 Ibs ............. $36.50 cwt. Black whiteface cow. Superior. 820 Ibs ........ $37.60 cwt. D ayre Williams In order to have your livestock advertised we suggest you call us early with your consign- ments. Barn 402-879-3711 Dean Jones 402-225-4281 I Office 402.870-4761 Gary (Pete) Nielsen 402-870-4040 FUNERAL HOME 402-879-3123" Need Financial Aid To Att Colleg Thi Fall? NoW Available At FREE GIFT For Each Student Upon Completion of Loan Of $1,000.00 or More Stop In Today For Complete III II ID II Information!l! "P~ Hellflll Pelpi~ St~=e 1916" MEMBER FDIC Superior, Nebraska 402-8.79-3271 Rhoads Secretarial Building Phone 402-879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Nebraska I Melvin Schiermeyer, Superior, and on Elva Mumma and Mrs. visited Mogens Madson, at the Brod- David stone Memorial Nuckolls Granger, County Hospital, Sunday. Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert W and Craig were Lawrence Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Chapman, West Plains, summer Mo. Tuesday overnight guests were Alice Neldon and The daughter, Janet, Memphis, through Tenn., and Lawrence Chapman. Energy Wednesday .evening guests has funds were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd elderly and( Rausher and Betty, Ozark, families in Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Russell mer Reeve, Edith Rausher and To be Dehde Stowers. program: Magdalena Warneking called come and on Naomi Mueller Wednesday within the afternoon, one Mr. and Mrs. Ray Czirr, 60 years Turlock, Calif., visited her someonem sister, Naomi Mueller, Sunday have a his birthday. Wednesday, and then visited evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Oltnmns and family' North Platte' were ~ D~_. ............................ __ L1N iia or weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. congestive Glenn Ollmans. avenport oca ews Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good coronery a diabetes were Sunday dinner guests of exhaustion Springs, Colo., visited his Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sheets. By Mrs. Calvin Moors Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stuns- The children of the com- bury, Mr. and Mrs. Fred munity are practicing on a Harms, Hastings, Mrs. Paul recital, "Return To Oz." Walthur, Sylvia Fidinger, Cuba, Proceeds will go towards a Kan. Jeanniene Hunter and piano for the community center. Tina and Mrs. Darrell Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tegtmeier, Harrington were Friday dinner Holly and Maggie, Colorado i Bumps an(I bruises can soon take their toll of light-skinned, metal farm buildings. New soon turns to old. Not the Behlen Quartermaster. It has a tough, heavy exterior skin that stays looking new. Fast and easy to build too, because it simply bolts together. Wide color selection. Standard 25' width. Optional wall 1'-6" 14' 6" See us. heights are -. -.. , Iand - . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tegtrneier, last week. Sunday they all went to Missouri to the provided to Mule Barn Theatre to see Treva these Tegtmei~, who was appearing and the in "Gypsy." The Dick Taut- condition is melees returned to their home require a Monday. However Mrs. Ralph Steirlen and household Clare, Belleville, were Friday visitors of her mother and is not sister, Mrs. Harold Bethke and To he Linda. must not have: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pfeffe'r and an visited their parents, Mr. and mm'e than Mrs. Avery Norris and Mr. and person Mrs. Russell Pfeifer, Fairbury, two persons. ssion Tuesday, July 19th sold 685 Here's how they sold: Butcher cows from ................... ~. Heiferettes from .................... ~ ..... Bulls to, ., ." STEERS Deweese, Nebraska 402-262-3571 West Highway 136 Deshler, Nebraska 402-365-41 29 437 Ibs., Prairie View ................... 450 Ibs., Prairie View .................. 622 Ibs.. Alma ......................... 027 Ihs.. Alma .......................... 742 Ibs., Alma ......................... 784 Ibs., Smith Center ................. 855 Ibs., Smith Center ................. HEIFERS 32S Ihs. Aima ........... .., ............ 335 Ihs. Alma .............. . ...... : ..... 410 Ibs. Alma ...................... . 544 Ibs, Smith Center ................. 56C Ibs, Campbell ....................... 580 Ibs, Orleans ...................... 605 Ibs, Alma ............ , ....... . ..... 668 Ibs, Dertrend,~ .................. 675 Ibs, Smith Center .............. ,e 703 Ibs. Alma For More Information or Consignments, Larry Freeland, 308 Abe Parish, 301 6one 61anzer, And In, the eethyl Bigge, 912 Alma, Nebraska .#."