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. . ............ = 8 B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 30, 1973 Olive Hill News ..... By Mrs. Paul Blaekstone Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone have returned from a vacation trip to South Dakota where they toured the Black Hills and other places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye have returned from a three weeks' vacation trip to Oregon and California where they visited relatives, While in California they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dye and Jacqueline. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Lavina Clark of Juniata, Neb.. who is Mrs. Dye's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau of Guide Rock Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick of Burr Oak and their houseguest, Mrs. Hazel Mc- Cormick of Boulder, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aspegren of Burr Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCammon Sunday afternoon. Terry McCutcheon, who attends college at Beloit, was at home over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutchoon. Dan Garman of Burr Oak took them home. Mr, and Mrs, Gall Hudiburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris of Burr Oak were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon Friday evening and visited with their house guests, Mr. and Mrs, Rick Harris of Colby, Ken. Monday afternoon Mrs. Mike Combs, Mrs. Loren Ahrens and Mrs. Lonnie Basart met at the home of Mrs. Dix Hansen to tape a puppet show which was given Wednesday afternoon at the Superior Park. Timmy Troyer of Superior spent Thursday with Shannon Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, Philip and Amy of Aurora, Neb., and Mrs. Mike Andersen and London were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Milan Hansen Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen of Superior Sunday noon. Later in the afternoon Mrs. Mike An- dersen and London visited them. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster were overnight guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Alexan- and Mrs. William Cool and der, Candi and Denise were Carla of York, Neb., Saturday Sunday evening supper guests Aug. 18. Sunday they were of Mr. and Mrs. DIX Hansen and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert family. Brahmsteadt and family, also .... o, Bostwick Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family of Cadams were Sunday afternoon guests By Mrs. Dermic Iliff of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and Friday evening visitors of Mr. family, and Mrs. Orval Childress were Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Mr. andMrs. Eynner Andersen, Woerner and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brazil and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper. Superior and Robert Hugger of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stichka Lincoln, Neb., visited Mr. and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Eph Jantz of Superior Mrs. Don Iliff Wednesday. In Saturday evening, the evening Mr. and Mrs. C, E Donna Dye of Hastings was a Sole and family of Nelson came weekend guest of her parents, to help Clarence and Scott Ilfff Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye. and Richard and Carroll Sole Father Roger Hough of celebrate their birthdays. Mankato was a Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Patterson and daughters of Superior were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and family for a cookout Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family, Mrs. Myrtle Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroeger of Byron were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Verla Roe of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris and Sharon Pitner of Colby, Ken., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon and other relatives. They made the trip by plane Friday evening but had trouble because of fog. The weather was clear when they left Colby and was clear in Superior, but the fog moved in later and the instruments on the plane were not working. They said they never could have found Superior ff the lights at the airport had not been on. Mr. Harris returned home by plane Sunday afternoon but decided not to take the women with him. children visRed Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molley of Red Cloud Monday aRernoon. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Secquist of Topeka were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen for a cookout. Mrs. Irvin Ebsen and Nancy returned Monday from a month- long trip which took them to Kansas City where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amy, to New York where they visited Mrs. Ebsen's sister, to I~ndon, Amsterdam and Paris. Thin's- day Mrs. Ellis Clyde and Mrs. Ebsen were in Red Cloud visiting Mrs. Ella Shuck and Mrs. Mae Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim- minau visited Mr. and Mrs, George Kimminau Thursday evening. Last Sunday Mrs. Michael McCord and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer. Later Michael McCord came and they left for their home in Arvada, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. George Sund, jr., moved to Lincoln Wed- CADET WILLIAM P. WESTER, son of Mrs. Merna L. Wester, Superior, exhibits his skill with the M.16 rifle as the enemy supposedly has forced him in a cramped position at Ft. Knox, Ky. Cadet Wester, a student at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, is one of many cadets attending lhe reserve officers' training corps basic summer training at Ft Knox. nesday to go to school, Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Willett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Duffy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Combs visited Mr. and Mrs. John Combs. Mr, and Mrs. John Combs visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan Saturday night. Visitors Thursday evening of Mr, and Mrs. John Combs were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Combs visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wulf. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gharring took Debbie to Joplin, Mo.. to attend college Aug. 17 and came back the next Mon- day. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith and Dennis visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel and Dixie and Jaramie Fintel were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Alvira Rogers in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Channel of Milford. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Val Thompson and her daughter, Mrs. Bob Isaacson, and children of Scandia, Kan., visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunston of Formoso, Kan., spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gourley. In the evening Mrs. Byron Barton of Caldwell, Idaho, and Valdean G0urley of Nampa, Idaho, came mid th )ed until 'tuesday ternoon. Monday afternoon and evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior. Visitors Friday aRernoon of Mr. and Mrs. Gourley were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ferguson of Hardy. Mrs. Bud Crawford of Denver and her son, Monty Davis, Longmont, Colo., came Saturday evening and spent till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gourley, Supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley were Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gourley of Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmore Hobelman and Brenda of Sutton and I~y Yerton of Milford. They all came to visit with their weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ion Gourley came Saturday to spend the weekend in the Art Gourley home. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Hans Ehlers and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior visited with their guests. Other visitors this week in the Gourley home were Mrs. Ted Delka and daughter of Guide kock. Mrs. Olive Delka andJody and Mark Delka. Abdal News By Mrs. V. R. Linnemann Saturday, Aug. 18. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann were lunch guests in the afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Kramer and their houseguests, Dr. and Mrs. David Kramer and Brian of Monett~lo. The occasion was to help celebrate Brian's first birthday. Dr. and Mrs. Kramer have moved from Memphis, Tenn., to Monett, to make their home. Kevin Wulf. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wulf of Guide Rock, had surgery Monday evening, Aug. 20 at Lincoln General Hospital. They were vacationing in Wisconsin when he became suddenly ill. He returned home from the hospital on Thursday much improved. Last Sunday evening, Aug. i,a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing, Gary and Lena and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kassebaun of Lincoln were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes at Hebron to honor them on their 44th an- niversary. Last Wednesday Mrs. Minnie Wullenwaber was an overnight guest and also spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. Carol Hudson left last week to attend classes at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Thursday evening Mr. and Interest Rates on New 4 Year Certificates of Deposit $20,000 Minimum $10,000 Minimum $5,000 Minimum LIMITED AS TO AMOUNT AVAILABLE BASED ON FEOERAL REGULATIONS $1,000 Minimum *Annua~ Rate "*Arlnt~l Yield Compounded ContinuoUSly FEDERAL LINCOLN Save by the lOth, earn from the 1st New rates On all other accounts are the h~ghest I~lrm,tted by Federal regulations. OFFICES IN LINCOLN OMAHA KEARNEY ORD CRETE FAIRBURY Me~TtINIF~L.t.C. Mrs. Ted Kimmmau visited ~:~lh twr s~st(,r Mrs. Martha 1,emoke, ;ti lied Cloud, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Schriever and Eileen called on Mr and Mrs Don Shroyer ~aturda'~ ex enmg. l'im~da~ Mr and Mrs. Orie G~odra'h oi Nelson were dimler guests m the Sanford Swanson honle Mr and Mrs Delmar 5hr.ut/ P(,~gy and Lori and Mr a.~ Mrs Andy Mont- gomer~ a~d (amily returned last b'r~day lrom a lO-day vm-a~,,'~ ~r~, They went to ('~rla(:t;~ ~l}tt came home ~hrov~l~ "~~,li.~