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tou like to see Byron news We now have a ' store for news items in , or the news be e-mailed to the Byron Jean Crouse, at rbemailed Box 102, Chester, Neb. a sign on the local caught my eye. It ice cream today - 50 They only make through Friday. is pictured wearing shirt. , " the theme "Amigos de of Christ)" from St. Byron; St. Paul Lutheran in Byron and Hardy; Peace Lutheran, Deshler; and Abiding Word, Deshler, went on a mission trip to the Hispanic Mission in Omaha. They helped with a summer pro- gram similar to Va- cation Bible School ages 5 to 13 the children served were "latchkey youth." The with story time, had a great time. included Barry Amanda Gehle, Blake Kelly Heitmann, Sarah Hoops, Jared Krenke, JamieMickelsen; Skalka was a Sunday of Larry and Suzi Other visitors were Peg Kohmetscher and and Mrs. David Y Center, Neb.; Bob Rose, daughters and Lincoln, Neb.. and Nelson, and Dew- dinner guests of received word that Gerald Hansen, returned home from the as can be expected returned home Friday Medical Center after He is recovering Kennedy were Sat- at the Marilou and Rich .' in Hastings. Ruth Wentworth, Red evening visi- . Stephany Black, ,sage and TaKayla, Steph Black and family visitors of Bob Other visitors were e Black, Tyler and Jor- remained overnight as entered the Mary tal early Monday morn- tlrd4 I'HoI. ' YOU. Eric Moeller, Katherine Reinke, Darin Saunders, Ashley Tatro, Courtney Tietjen, Ashley Wollenberg, Nicole Wenske, and four sponsors, Adam Eitzmann, Sheena Moeller, Janice Reinke and Connie Raess. Members of the Country Critters 4- H Club have been busy with the Thayer County Fair underway this week. They hope all area residents will attend and see the fruits of their labor. Laken Hobelmann, 11, daughter of Brad and Paula Hobelmann, Belleville, was critically injured in a horse acci- dent Friday at the Republic County Fair. She was admitted to the pediatric division of the Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Hardy By Gwen Petersen St. Paul Lutheran Church: Connie Raess, PMA. Sunday, 9 a.m, worship; 10 a.m., Fellowship hour. (Youth Event) Sunday, 9:30 a.m., worship at Thayer County Fair, led by our youth; Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 12 ahd 13; Confirmation kickoff retreat at Lovewell State Park. Union Church of Hardy: Sunday, 10:30, church services with Lance Shafer speaker. Harmonettes will sing; Ushers are Don Delka and Jack Skin- ner. WCU meets Thursday, at 2 p.m., with a silent auction. Mike and Chris Papula, Catherine, Clara and Clint, Castle Rock, Colo., and Mike and Sarah Grubbs, Garrett and Deacon, Vienna, Va., returned to their homes after attending the Olsen family reunion and their parents' 50th wedding anniversary celebration. Wiltard and Glennis McCutcheon were wekend guests of Rich and Yvonnda Sousa, Papillion. Visitors in the home of Bill and Donna Corman last Wednesday evening were Bob and Darlene Woerner. Kenneth and Loetta Pedersen were Thursday evening guests and John and Elaine Guilkey Sunday evening. Conrad and Sara Corman, Hays, were Sunday afternoon visitors of his grand- parents. Sunday supper guests of Leon and Marcella Simonsen were Lloyd and Ruby Olsen, Vernon and Liz Kaldahl, Keith and Herald Jean Schultz and Marvin Bockholdt. Weekend guests of Don and Dor- othy Kottmeyer were Phil Kottmeyer and Lexus and Mary Yelkin, Lincoln, Neb. Mina Kottmeyerjoined them for Saturday supper. Monty Dahl, Elly and Jony called on Erwin, Corabelle and Evelyn Sweet. Liz Kaldahl was among Corabelle Sweets' birthday coffee guests. Oscar and Mable Eitzmann were in Hastings Thursday for Oscar's medi- cal appointment. Bill and Donna Corman and Keith and Virgene Gunn, Edgar, had supper together at a Nelson cafe Friday. Last Tuesday morning Estaline Bouray's birthday was celebrated when neighborhood women were coffee guests. Present were Ilene Aurand, Helen Aurand, Donna Clark, Maureen Clark, Evelyn Sweet, Mable Eitzmann, Oleta Hobson and her daughter, Elaine M&R Bookkee. ping ann Tax Service 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping @ hotmail.com Madlyn Peterson 1 eL E, t SAOIE WE'RE RIGHT HERE AT HOME! See your LOCAL HOMETOWN insurance agency! Gary Thompson Agency Inc. 401 N. Central Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3315 special for everyone; Take a look;;; t  Monw order  Credit card cal:__lqagercard mgiSa i Discover m Amer. Express Your remittance with your order to: KJEnterprises PO Box 183 Superior. NE 68978 Lookin for distributors We do fundraisers B to flea out mr ww.ftwo,'Utn,t.comalem,,rpes jt Spafford, St. Joe, Me. Lance Edwards, Lincoln, Neb., vis- ited Friday afternoon with his grand- parents, Glen and Jo Anne Edwards. Dane and Jo Anne went to Lincoln, Friday evening and stayed overnight with Gary and Nancy Bargen. They returned home Saturday evening. Billie Groth, Russell, came to her parents home last Wednesday. Judy Hanson was also at Eugene and Elva Hanson's home to fix sweet corn for the freezer. Billie stayed overnight and was joined on Thursday by Lois Sulli- van and Linda Warren to prepare corn. Paul and Denelda Edwards and Seth Gebers went to Auburn Saturday. They were overnight guests of Steve and Denise Edwards and Amber. Seth will stay a week to take golf lessons. Dave and Kathy Chatelain, Sisters, Ore., were also in Auburn. They are in the process of moving to Hyannis, Neb., where Dave will teach. Last Tuesday afternoon coffee guests of Estaline Bouray in celebra- tion of her birthday were Virginia Petersen, Arlene Stenson, Phyllis Hefts, Florence Elliott, JesSe Simms, Joyce Beam, Kathy Moeller, Ethlyn Smith, Mac Sandell, Jana, Chase and Ila Swartz. Saturday morning Gwen Petersen Merideith Jensen, Karen Hawley and Sarah and DianaGates attended a bridal shower honoring Rebecca Petersen in Fairbury. Later they were joined by Harvey Petersen, John Jensen, Keegan and Tieran Gates, Rebecca and T. J. Eberly, Scott, Alyson and Dalton Petersen, Kristie Gruff, Skyler, Stuart and Julia at the home of Roger and Shirley Petersen and Stacy for a light lunch in celebration of Roger's birth- day. Perry and Sharon Gydesen, Odell, visited briefly with the family. Oak By Phyllis Schmitt II First Community Church, Oak. Carl Prichard, pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sun- day school; 10 a.m., worship service; 7 p.m., prayer and praise. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Christian Women's After Five Club; Wednesday, 7 p.m., Ladies Bible Study. Bob and Sharon Sears, Simpsonville, S.C., were here visiting her parepts, Vern and Verla Snyder. When they left, Verla accompanied them to Knoxville, Tenn., for the wed- roll I ding of David gears and Jennifer Hartwig. David is the son of the Sears and grandson of Vern and Verla. While Verla was gone, Vern stayed at the home of Jerry and Sharon Littrel, Dav- enport. The wedding took place in July 27 with Katie Sndyer, daughterofBelva Snyder, was the flower girl. Verla and Belva and family arrived back in Oak last Monday. Belva, Daniel, Trevor and Katie spent the week visiting in her parents' home. Other visitors in the Snyder home have been Cody Luben, Gerry Peterson, Tom Buresh, Phyllis Schmitt, Fern Marr, Sharon Littrel and Shiloh, Becky and Madison Littrel. Katie celebrated her 5th birthday while in Oak. Belva Snyder and family left Monday for their home in Murrieta, Calif. There have been several visitors in the Cleo Scroggin home including Gerry Peterson, Roy and Juanita Miyasaki, Ronda Jaeger, Brent Jensen and son, Anders, Pastor Carl and Helen Prichard and Phyllis Schmitt. Addison Epting, Gainesville, Texas, was a joy- ful visitor in past weeks. Helen Wainright took Addison back to Texas before school started. Gus Franzen, Milford, has been vis- iting in the home of his grandparents, Gaylen and Jackie Cox. Gerry Peterson was a recent visitor in the home of her son, Randy Peterson, and family, Hastings. Phyllis Schmitt and Lola Biltoft were last Monday night cafe guests of Gerry Peterson. They then went to Gerry's home for an evening of Skip- Be. Phyllis Schmitt 'accompanied Pauline Hanson to Sutton for lunch. Pauline Hanson took Dick and Claudia Hanson, Angela and Brett Garver and Joby and Christin Hanson our for lunch. Later, Pauline treated Dick and Brett to ice cream. Donna Giilan accompanied Cheryl Jensen and sons to Hastings. Thursday evening Donna Gillan and Nellie Littrell ate supper out. Phyllis Schmitt accompanied Run and Lois Lewis to Superior for the Cancer Relay for Life. Pauline Hanson and Zelda Schuster went to Mankato Friday for lunch and then visited in the Schuster home. Chet and Fern Marr were in Supe- rior on Sunday to help Ruby Barry celebrate her birthday. Joining them for a cafe dinner were Roy and Georgia Biltoft and Don and Irene Lahm, Lex- I ington. Corby and Shane Hess, Glen- vii, also joined them. Ruth Bargen, Dot Ferebee and Harlan Meyer were Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Donna Gillan. Ermalee Scroggin, Kerry, Becky and Suzanne Holten, York, were din- ner guests of Leon andCarol Wassenaar at Deshler. Pauline Hanson took Alfred and Janell Hanson, Dick and Claudia Hanson, and Angela Garver out for dinner on Sunday. In the afternoon, Pauline and Dick visited Les and Darlene Hale. Dinner guests of Junior, Dixie and Derrick Drohman were Roy and Juanita Miyasaki, Dorothy Hutchinson and Phyllis Schmitt. Guide Rock By Wanda Schriner Dean Hunter was lay speaker at the United Methodist Church Sunday morning. It was a thought provoking message. Special music was by Evan Robb and Burgandy Schaff. Kenneth and Joy Simpson and Rob- ert and Jennifer Long and Payton, all of Gretna, visited over the weekend with Shirley Simpson and Jess and Wilma Petsch and their extended fami- lies. Paul and Wanda Schriner were July 27 weekend guests in the home of Craig and Linda Schriner, Eaton, Colo. They took their granddaughters, Kaity and Lauryn, home after a week with their grandparents, Uncle, Harold and Aunt Gall and their cousins here. Elvin and Jeanette Pritts attended the Pritts Cousins Reunion, with 36 present from three states, at the Guide Rock Community Hall. Elvin reports a wonderful time of visiting was had by all. r Wanda Schriner, Kaity and Lauryn Schriner, Eaton, Colo., visited with Clara First at the Webster County Com- munity Hospital, Red Cloud. Weekend visitors in the home of Elvin and Jeanette Pritts were Terril Pritts and son, Joshua, Little Rock, Ark., and Tom and Mary Cartmill, Oklahoma City. Tom and Mary are cousins of Elvin. Paul and Wanda Schriner have vis- ited with Clara First several times at the hospital in Red Cloud. Harlan Schriner, Lincoln, Neb., vis- ited his parents, Paul and Wanda Schriner. T ...... I " F00grn BUt'eaU AUTO HEALTH COMMERCIAL FARM HOME Marice Sullivan, Agent the V Center .. ..... 449. e'tral. | Superior, Neb. I, 402-879-3377 ., BlueCross BlueShield of Nebraska Farm Bureau representatives are authorized health insurance agents of Blue Croaa and Blue Shield of Nebraska, a Not.For.Profit Mutual Insurance Company and an Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. Slow Internet?? 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Muriel Follmer, LaVeta Porter, Virginia Elsey, Betty Mazour, Mary Ann Biltoft, Bernadine Karrnazin and Ivalee Jacobitz met for coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer visited Rosella Stansbury, Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Follmer and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer Saturday and were Sunday dinner guests. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer attended a pre-wedding party at the Kevin Meyers home near Edgar honoring Jason Follmer and Sonja Nache. Bruce Jacobitz, Michael, Terre Jacobitz, Jared and Justin Wolfe were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz. Nick Jacobitz, McCook, took his grandpa fishing and was a breakfast guest. Hans Christensen was among sup- per guests of Julie Meyer Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek attended the Phillipsburg Rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell and Mr., and Mrs. Run Porter attended Legion baseball games at Wakefield over the weekend. 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