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went to Deshier Sunday and Jodi Lynn Sdneman and hank En- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann brought Grace Fuller to Hardy sick at the Cathedral of the Risen and Valda Boerstna were Sunday where they all attended the Butler- Christ. The reception and dance evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. An Alexander Fuller family reunion at the corn- was at Park Center. Monday Dean McGowan. mkl :orestaura munityhall, evening Mrs. Sweet, who had An Olsen family reunion was Sun- fast and later visiti~ Mr. and Mrs. John Kaldald, baked and decorated a birthday day at the home of Dennis and Cathy Doris Alexander hon Jodi, Shaft and Kendra vacationed cake for her granddaughter, Kath- Cashier and family, Marysville, Kan. the Siisby reunion at last week at Breckenridge, Colo. leen's 10th birthday was a guest at Present were Lloyd and Ruby Olsen, Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Erik Hansen were the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Courtland, ChristlneOLs~,Lakewood, Formoso, Mr. and ] Monday evening visitors of Mr. Sweet, Jennifer, Kathleen and Kris- Colo., Sarah Olsen, Prairie Village, Mankato, LeRoy and Mrs. Harvey Petersen. Satur- tin for the celebration. Other guests Ervin and Lola Panko, Michelle, Lincoln, and Merit day the Hansens attended the included Mr. and Mrs. Rick Alex- Megaela, Ryan Panko, Cook, Neb., Alexander and Tan Y, Combs-Cooper family reunion at ander, Luke and Zach, Mr. and KeithPanko, Omaha,LesandCorrine the Eagles, Superior. Sunday Mr. Mrs. Fred Alexander and Dr. and Olsen, Mayetta, Shannon and Carrie Wining Wo1 and Mrs. Hansen, Mae Niessen and Mrs. Bill Upton. Saia, Dawson Saia, Derby, Letha present oold Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fuller and family Olaf Hansen, Cresco, Iowa, was Albee, Jodi and Meghan Kuci, Boling were dinner guests of Ruth File and a Friday morning coffee guest of Creek, IU., and Esther Weinheimer, Willing Workers & her family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen. Atlantic, Iowa. Christel Higbee, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jenscn, San Diego, Calif., and An Berthold, -' "' ~ ..... Lincoln, were 2 and 3 guests I[ 7" /1 moso, inappreciatioll : of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards. soring the 4-H joermu' They were all in Lincoln the fol- ~,. ~ lies. The4-Hersals .~t lowing Saturday to have an early celebration of Mr. Berthold's birth- of cookies to the dub I= day. They were joined by Cindy By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Drohrnan home [~t Kat6 lay- Lavernia Pe~ers.~ Bethany Lutheran Church, Pas- evening to honor Tim and Janette stamp collecti g and Jay Wolvenon, Seward, and for Richard Buchholz. Sunday, Drohman, Landon and Lathan. the club to decora~ Christy Trdfer, Cozad. Mr. and Aug. 22, Sunday school, 9:30 a~.; They were transferred from Cre,w_ post office as a Mrs. Edwards and the Jensens also worship, 10:30 a.m. Thursday, to Fargo, N.D., because of Tim s visited in Seward. Aug. 19, Women of the ELCA, 2 employment promotion. Formoso IAbr Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards, Matt, Lance, Oina and Blake vaca- and 8 p.m. Wedneday, Aug. 25, Aug. 6-10 houseguests of Mr. Formoso Library Parish Health Nurse, 3-4 p.m. and Mrs. Rotland Franzen werewinter hours Sept. 1. tioned for eight days in Texas. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Glennabelle Griffith, Cheyenne, a.m.-ll:30a.m.and They met Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Delka, Pastor Daniel Knief. Sunday, Aug. Wyo., and Joan Loghry, Justin and Wednesdays and Fri~ Kacie, Kelli and Kayla in Dallas 22, worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, Trenton, Sidney. Joining the group Periodicals this and went to San Antonio for sever- 10:15 a.m. Wednesdays at 9 a.m., last Tuesday to Friday were Mr. gust Elderhostel Intern al days. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tietjen were Ladies' Bible Study, Marie Plum- and Mrs. T. C. Stogsdill, Cheyenne. log, FreeChinaRerie'.! Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and mer home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Franzen and Maxine Deml __Y Mrs. Lavonn Peterson, Oak. Other Ruskin Public Library hours,Damion, Lincoln, were weekendlowing books: "In , Saturdays, 9-11a.m.; Tuesdays, 2-5 guests. The Franzens and their Storm byMaxI.,uc ., guests included Myma Larsen,p.m.; Karen Petersen, librarian, guests were Sunday guests of Mr. the Home" by Howagl Faye and Elden Sorensen, Kendall Doing just enough to get by sel- and Mrs. Don Fmnzen, Bruning,"Learning to W_alk Peterson and Mary Evelyn Kaldahl. dom carries one far. for a Franzen family reunion.CharlieRiggsand", hP~~ Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Last Sunday dinner guests ofDanish Brotherhood Lodge No. Who LovedTbem u7 Hanson the past week were their Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sfichka and 161 met Saturday evvaing in Su- ham. E daughters, Linda Warren, last Tues- family to celebrate Whimey's sev- perior at the Senior Citizens Center. Willing Workers&,. day, Lois Sullivan last Thursda} enth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Attending the wedding of Shah- is still displayed at theu and Billie Groth, Russell, Kan., last Emil Stichka Jr., and family, Grand non Bran& and Joseph Wilkins at a Aug. 27 is the Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Island, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petersen Cordova church and a reception children's Reading Alfred Lauritzen were Sundayand sons, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jens- and dance at Milligan last Saturday ElaineClarkwOd~_~ evening callers in the Hanson en and children and Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Free, Mr. berson their recordlX home. Jack McCorkle and Galen Me- Emil Stichka Sr. and Mrs. Vernon School Mr. and last week. _t~l~l~ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge ac-Mrs. Edward School Angie, Ale- Americansgencrate /" li Corkle, Albuquerque, N.M., are companied Mr. and Mrs. Ed R0gge, sha and Matt and Amy Voss. lion tons of mmucil~"~t~"" ~!~ visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Superior, and Mrs. Alfred Wegen- St. Mark's Lutheran Women annually or enough, p_ ! Mrs. Jack McCorkie, a couple of er, Deshier, to Auburn and Johnson Missionary League., Ruskin, met at convoy of trash truc weeks, last Sunday where they attended the church last Wednesday way from the earth to Dana Healey and Stephanie the Alvin Hogrefe and Rogge fami- evening, president, Donna Meyer, Healey were last Tuesday ovemight ly reunions, presided. Formoso prl and Wednesday guests of thcixJanet Hoins, Brittany and Gar- Pastor Knief prsented the Bible Fun in tlte grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim rett, Oak, visited her grandp ents, study. Fern Schoof gave devotions, "Kids' Korner" Healey. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Biltoft, last "Trust God and Enjoy Living." A cessful season of xwv.,, lI " Matt Shellhase, who visited his Tuesday evening, businesS meeting was held. The park last W"~.e~la,~Y~...~1~1 maternal grandparents, Mr. and Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Herman meeting closed with singing, program began Mrs. DonKottmeyer, last week also Bohling last week were ShawnTh,: next meeting will be Sept. PRIDE, with voluntt '. t visited his tm_ternal grandparents, Jensen and Mervin and Ramona8, at8 p.m keeping the lots Mr. and Mrs. Delphos Shellhase Tlmyer. Ronald and Lois Lewis joined Guzikpenn= its use tn "" last Tuesday and Wednesday. Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christens- other relatives at the Nelson Good for Kids Korner day Joan Shellhase, Ord, came to en were Sunday dinner guests of Samaritan Center last Thursday for Shelly Guzik'antt llI ) the Kottmeyer home. Saturday Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen at refreshments to observe Mary Jens- .tmS Shellhase and Matt were cafe din- a Hebron care. en's 97th birthday, adul awe e an net guests of Mina Kottmeyer in Floyd Brakhage had surgery in Bonnie Jensen and Lyle Sorens- Vallierprovided Superior. Matt and his mother re- Lincoln July 30 and is currently en hosted the Friday morning cof- paper plates._., turned to Ord Sunday. making frequent trips to his doctor fee in observance of their birthdays. Restoration or Rex Miller, who is studying in in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Brakhage The following attended the in- fter a h France, came Saturday to visit his visited in the anneth stallation of Todd Voss as principal uncooperating parems, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Mill- home last Tti y, of St. Peter's Lutheran Parochial pro ts er, Jake and Luke until Friday. Sun- Visiting in the home of Mr. and School, grades 6, 7 and 8, and the day overnight guests in the Miller Mrs. Donald Brandt several days rededicaiton of Amy Voss, who home were Chris and Mike McCoy were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Brandt, teaches the third, fourth and fifth and family, McMinnville, Ore. Maggie and Eric, Rantoul, Ill., and grades: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon to get the broken Last Wednesday evening Mr. Mrs. Ronny Debriek, Ben and Jes- Sehoof, the Edward and Phil set in the concrete. and Mrs. Earl Newell received tele- sic.a, San Angelo, Texas. The Sehoof famillies, Adam Smith and hack at the park phone calls from Mrs. Bob Tally, guests came to attend the Hinz faro- Todd's family from Schleshwig, pole. Helping Grand Prairie, Texas, and Mrs. ilyreunionSamrdayinRnsldn. Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Lodean Voss, Charley Logan, Harold Day, Rockford, Ill., to wish Recent visitors of Esther Lipker Jason and Valerie. All had refresh- Chad and Bret t .t Mr. Newell a happy birthday and were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wind- ments at the Todd Voss home. Gordanier, Anita offer their congratulations to the horst, Davenport, and Mrs. E.A. Later the group had dinner together Nancy Higbee. couple for their wedding anniversa- Eggers. at an Oak care. Willing Workers T'$t ry. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dommn and Numerous Ruskin residents at- Saturday Loren Dorman, Tulsa, Okla., left tended the Lipker reunion at the Friendly Corners Workers 4-H ClU~@~ last Wednesday for their home after Legion Hall in Deshler Saturday tee members andl=e l visiting in the Newell home. Satur- and also the golden wedding anni- F.C.Eo tou-t BellevUe the city park to day supper guests of the Newells versary celebration honoring Mr. TbeFriendiyCornersFamilyChild- projectofmakingin l "'- were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Newell, and Mrs. Eldon Windhorst at St. hood Education Unit met at the For- recreational area. Aaron Newell and Kenda Bayer, Peter's Parish Hall, Deshler, Sun- moso eafe for a noon meal last Tues- The broken basg -t~u~: Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence day. day. Seven members then went to Charley Logan,l d , I! Persson, Kathy and Sandra, Clara Mr. and Mrs. Rolland FranzenBelleville for a sight-seeing trip. They anewnetpurc, nas . ' Pl Mahieu, Mr. and Mrs. David Bel- visited Mrs. Gordon Farver, a pa- visitedthe Belleville Museum and the the aid of a ladder den and Jeff and Mr. and Mrs. Dar- tient at Mary Lannin8 Hospital, Belleville Information Center. anceofGeneClark a ' tell McCorkle and John. Hastings, one day last week.The next meeting will be Sept. 14 Brian Gordanier, Evelyn Sweet was in Lincoln A large number of friends and with hostess, Ruby Stafford. Beckwith and Saturday tO attend the wedding of relatives gathered at the Marvin with the job. 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