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|A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 30, 1972 Abdal Local News A Thanksgwmg supper was well attended by patrons of Beaverviile District last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Verle McKevitt, Larry and Michelle were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Svendsen at Hardy. Harry Schriever entered St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester, Minn., to have surgery Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhr- reacher and Russell were last Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroyer and family were Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCutcheon and family and John Mc- Cutcheon of Hardy. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Verle McKevitt and family were supper guests of Mrs. Velma McKevitt at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce of Nelson were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Herold Warneking, Larry and Rick. Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen in Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bargen. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher visited with Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith and Buck Lanham of Nora and Burton Thomsen of Omaha were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen. Burton remained for the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mont- gomery of Omaha visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson and I.ri joined them for a belated Thanksgiving get-together. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroyer and family were Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Schleufer, Dana and Daniel of Nora, Mr. and Mrs. Milan Ray and family of Prairie Village, Kan., Mrs. Dessie S-oyer and Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schriever and Lynn and their grandson, Shawn Hoops, visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroyer and family. Mrs. Carl Swanson and Karen Rempe were dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swanson and family. ar. aria Mrs. Virgil Uhr- macher and Russell were pre- Thanksgiving dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bargen at Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bargen and Brian and Jim Bargen of Nelson were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Don Goodrich and family of Grand Island were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swanson and family. Thursday evening supper guests in the Loren Ahrens home were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ahrens of Superior, Kathy Ahrens and Kathy Webber of Downing Building Superior, Neb. 68978 50-tfe Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ubrmacher and Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and Russell. ' Mr. and Mrs. Milan Ray, Jeff, Scott and Brian of Prairie Village, Kan., came Wednesday to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and Nancy. John Ray of Lincoln also spent the weekend with the family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau visited with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family near Guide Rock Tuesday evening. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhrmacher and daughters of Nelson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Vie Bargen attended the Mosier-Van Skiver wedding at Davenport Saturday at the Christ's Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan and Aaron were among dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Higer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wisslng, Gary and Lana were supper guests of Mrs. Elsie Wissing in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, Cindy and Kathy were also guests. Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Vivian Jordan of Hastings, Mrs. Pearl Clem of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shrontz and family and Ray Sigman of Superior were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Shrontz and family. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. virgil Uhrmacher and Rtssell called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gebhards. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family at Superior. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. De!mar Shrontz and family went to Marysville, Kan., to have a belated Thanksgiving dinner with his mother, Mrs. Bernice Shrontz. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson and Carol of Lincoln visited Thursday and Friday in Omaha with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roth- fuss and family. Friday evening Carol came home with her parents for the weekend, returning to Lincoin Sunday evening. Dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton and family were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilton and Brandy, Margaret Wilton and Rex Wilton. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ki_mminau were Mrs. Martha Lemke of Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family of Superior. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau were visitors in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riaodes of Hebron were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing, Gary and Lana, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher and Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ahrens and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and Russell were visitors Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family to help Darin celebrate his fifth birthday. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Marie Wortman were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton and family to honor Larry on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan and Aaron were among dinner guests of Mrs. Velma Sullivan which was held in the St. Joseph Catholic Church basement in Superior Sunday. COMPARE the Other Price COMPARE the Other Features COMPARE the Other Deal Then Drive INTERNATIONAL THE OTHER PICKUP.' Here's the other idea in pickupsmwith features like a collapsible steering column as standard equipment, a gas tank mounted outside the cab. A c11oice of 13 body colors, 4 upholstery tones, 3 different interiors. You'll probably want the works--air conditioning, tinted glass, stereo tape deck, too. 1973 engines include a six and tw0/V-8's---u p to 392 cubesl LET'S TALK PICKUPS! LEI"S TALK TRADES! COME IN TODAY! Christensen & Son, Inc. Phone 879-3221 Superior, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson and family of Omaha came Wednesday to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. Mrs. Minnie Wullenwaber of Superior was also a weekend guest. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen and Heather joined the above group for supper. The Johnson's returned to Omaha Sunday afternoon. Bruce Stiles and Howard Larsen were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiles and family.)ther guests were Rev. and-Mrs. Harlan Heier and family of York and Rev. and Mrs. Jim McChesney and family of Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Juhl of Sandstone, Minn., came Friday to spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen. Mrs. Juhl is a sister of Mr. Thomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhr- macher and Shirley visited Thursday in the Bruce Stiles home. The pupils and mothers of the Beaverville school entertained at a birthday party Monday after school for the teacher, Mrs. Wegener. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Mc- 0hesney and family of Brad- shaw were overnight guests of her father, Howard Larsen, Wednesday. Howard Larsen called on Bruce Stiles Saturday evening. Bruce Stiles and Howard Larsen had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stiles and family. ===================== Fairview Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Meyer, Mark and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker and Jason of Lincoln were weekend guests in the Ralph Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adamson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Franzen of Ode!l, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franzen of Columbus, Lila Grummert of Hastings, Betty Grummert from Dana College at Blair, Miss Ellen Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grummert were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grum- mert. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holms were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adamson. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grummert visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer and family. Mrs. Irene Oltrnan and Cindy visi Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Ruth and Waldon Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller called Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Lydia Kottmeyer and Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schier- meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schiermeyer and sons were Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Schiermeyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Stephen and Donald and Nina Schott were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Williams and Virgil. Charles Rouse of Fullerton, Neb., and Terry Reuse of the navy stationed at Charleston, S. C., called Wednesday morning on their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kin- cannon and children of Basset, Neb., were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. Kincannon's mother, Mrs. Grace Lemon of Columbus, Neb. Carl Dean and sons of Wichita visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma attended the funeral of Lizzie Hendershot at Oak on Monday. Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloy Davidson were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mttmma. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma were Sunday evening lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Woods of Fairfield. LeAnn and Elaine Petz spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larison and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Troudt and Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bergman and Greg of O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Fredo Bergman had dinner at the church Sunday before the open house for their 40th an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cline and Annette of Gothen- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larison and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Troudt and Casey were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bergman following the reception. Proceedings of The Board of Public Works Notice of meeting posted Nov. 3, 1972: City Auditorium and City Light Office. City Light Office, Superior, Neb. The regular meeting of the Superior Board of Public Works was called to order by Chair- man Beaumont with the following present: Beaumont, Groves, Rempe, Hull. Absent: Mullet. The minutes of the last regular meeting of Oct. 16, were read and there being no ob- jections or corrections were declared approved as read. The combined bills of the Electric and Water Utility Fund were read: Willard Springer, salary 271.80 Bernard Umbach, salary 237.27 John Lowery, salary 209.73 Ronald Springer, salary Frank Swaim, salary Helen Juergens, salary Marguerite Swaim, salary Janice Rose Fuller, salary Gaylord Train, salary Billie Thompson, salary Johanna Utecht, salary State  Nebraska Dept., of Revenue, sales tax State of Nebraska Dept. of Revenue, use tax Security National Bank, federal withholding tax 609.80 State of Nebraska Dept. of Revenue, state with- holding tax 122.88 Frank C. Swaim, mgr., petty cash 427.79 Colonial Life & Accident Insurance, premium 58.00 Alexander Motors, service and supplies 67.53 B & S Tire Market, supplies 9.30 Bill Morris Ford, service and supplies 6.86 Burroughs Corporation, office supplies 35.98 Business Supply Company, office supplies 46.13 City of Superior, City Clerk, gasoline, rent and surplus funds 2,630.57 City of Superior Light, Water & Sewer service City of Superior Sewer Dept., to transfer Coast to Coast Stores, supplies 149.86 344.92 179.34. 92.91 29.65 213.10 275.13 139.31 882.99 39.25 service Kriz-Davis Company, material and supplies Lincoln Tele & Teleg. '. service Milo's Office Machines, office supplies Nebraska Public Power District, power purchased 17,450.70 Newton Manufacturing Co., balance due on freight and insurance 1.56 Nielsen's Conoco Service, transportation expense 39.02 Noble's Plumbing & Heating, service and supplies 138.54 Pitney Bowes, rental 29.25 Singer Friden Division, office supplies 10.61 Superior Express, proceedings 187.71 Superior Motor Parts, supplies 43.16 Valley Building Center, Inc., supplies 69.50 Canning Truck Service, Inc., freight 72.98 Westinghouse Electric Sup- ply Co., material 66.27 Whitney Insurance Agency, premium 17.00 City of Superior Street Dept., extra labor 38.50 Western Supply Corp., supplies 58.61 Warren Douglas Chemical Co., Inc., hydro acid 66.00 Shorey Trenching Service, extra labor 823.75 Del Chemical Corp. supplies 353.92 Capitol Supply Co., supplies 444.82 B & S Tire Market, supplies 39.46 Winebar Plumbing & Heating, supplies for new service 5.65 Superior Deshler Company, propane 27.67 Frank Swaim, main- tenance expense 13.37 A motion was made by Hull, seconded by Groves, that the bills be approved and paid as read. Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, Rempe, and Hull. Nays: None. Absent: Mullet. The following bills of the Sewer Department were read: Earl Osborne, salary 304.03 Arnold Smith, salary 230.51 Dixie Fintel, salary 117.11 Security National Bank, federal withholding 211.30 City Light Department, reimbursement on taxes and insurance 55.03 Frank C. Swaim, material and supplies 9.83 Century Laboratories, Inc., supplies 345.18 Valley Building Center, material 52.14 C. R. Messersmith, work with Crane at Sewer Plant 60.00 Shuck Engineering Co., Inc., extra labor 792.00 Vernon Quy, extra labor 20.00 City of Superior Light Dept., service 223.75 Superior Motor Parts, supplies 31.33 Nobles Plumbing & Heating, supplies 3.82 Lincoln Tele & Teleg. service 17.77 Winebar Plumbing & Heating, supplies and labor 22.53 Gas Service Company, service 25.66 City Water Department, reimbursement on salary, labor and mileage 192.50 City of Superior Light Dept., reimbursement on salary, extra labor and office expense 646.08 Improved Machinery, Inc., rental of Prototype Aerobic digester 2,141.60 A motion was made by Beaumont, seconded by Hull, 84.98 that the bills be approved and paid as read. Voting yea: 45.48 Beaumont, Groves, Rempe and Hull. Nays: None. Absent: 11.42 Mullet. Motion carried. Dutton Lainson Company, A motion was made by material 210.95 Rempe, seconded by Groves, Hastings Typewriter Co., that the meeting adjourn. service and supplies 19.21 Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, The Gas Service CO., Rempe and Hull. Nays: None. 105.00 Absent: Mullet. Motion carried. Joe D. Beaumont 458.53 Chairman R. J. Rempe 116.48 Secretary. 5.13 ........ Down South Mr. and Mrs. Merle File's Sunday dinner guests for a late Thanksgiving dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith of Salina, Rick Smith and Cammie Jo Smith of Manhattan, Jack Bradrick, Todd and Leslie of Mankato, Tracey Douglas of Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billings and Mrs. Edith Billings. Mrs. Emma Stenson ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell of Salina to Ben- nington, Neb., Thursday for Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager and children. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billings were Mrs. Edith Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Merle File and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradrick and children. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, Harrell and Becky were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Konovalsky at Formoso. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lauritzen and children were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tebew and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tebow and Joe of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aurand visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sealock in Hastings Tuesday. Thanksgiving Day guests in the J. E. Ayers home were Mr. and Mrs. John Angle of Superior and Leann Ayers of Grand Island. Leann, Derrick, Lisa and Douglas Ayers, children of Dr. and Mrs. Jon R. Ayers of Grand Island, visited from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers and Saunie and Lance Ayers took the Ayers children to their home in Grand Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis and sons were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aurand. The occasion was Randy Aurand's sixth birthday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hanson at Mankato for a family Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson and family of Schuyler, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brooks of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Holdern and daughters of Belleviile, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Garman of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groth of Salina, Mrs. Lois Oldham, Cindy and Lori of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanson and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lauritzen and children. Clifton Nees visited Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jensen Friday. He is attending Colorado College in Colorado Springs. The senior home economics class of Republic High School prepared and served a Thanksgiving supper Wed- nesday evening at the High School. Mnlbers of the class are Linda Thayer, Vickie Todd, Colleen Steier, Marilyn Farlee, Tom Clark, Scott Hobson, Harrell Roe and Calvin Seybold. Mrs. Cheryl Starned is their teacher. Their invited guests were Mrs. Sharon Lake, Charles Cline and Steve Gunn. Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Meter and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Moore of Wichita, Mrs. Anna Graham of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, Lindsey and Denise and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Van Meter. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Ralph Gunn home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gunn, Pat and John, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gunn, Belinda and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell, Kim and Laurie and Mrs. Ida Smith of Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson were in Lincoln Thursday af- ternoon. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter and Mrs. Anna Graham of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobson of Manhattan spent their Thanksgiving vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Grueber in Byron. Leon Hobson was also home from Kansas State. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Glen Aurand home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Aurand, Mrs. Atha Stenson and Mrs. Mildred Steier. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Jensen and sons of Goodland, Kan., were Wednesday night and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jensen. Magnus Petersen joined them for dinner Thursday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Merle File took their daughter, Debra, to Kansas City last week, where she will attend school. Formoso News Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Ber- neking and family, Banks Field and Isis Bowles of Formoso and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field were Thanksgiving dinner and weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dillette of Eldorado. Isis went home with Steve and wife to visit a couple of days with them, before returning home. Eddie and Dee Hyde of Great Bend visited Thanksgiving Day with their father and grand- father, Ernest Hyde, who is in the Jewell County Hospital. Dee will become the bride of Dannie Dugan on Dec. 28 and will move to Tennesee after her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunn and Madeline Marble of Wichita were Thanksgiving guests of their mother and grandmother, Stella Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Late Haughn of Leon, Kan., visited over the weekend with Mr. and"Mrs. Charles Watson. Edward Isaacson was taken to the Republic County Hospital Saturday. He still remains in critical condition. His children have all been called home. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Drake and family of Superior and on Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starr of Hastings. Sunday they were all dinner guests at the Isaacson home,, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drake of Oklahoma City were also guests. They had visited over the holiday weekend with her parents at Hastings. Mrs. Henry Piper has ac- cepted a position as a private secretary in Belleville. Charles Watson was dismissed from the Salina hospital in time to be with home folks Thanksgiving. An old time wood sawing was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Reed Saturday. Floyd Reed furnished the tractor. Others helping were Delno Reed, Lee Davidson and Edgar Isaacson. Mrs. AI Jones and Janice Faye of Wichita visited over the Thanksgiving weekend with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer and daughters. Saturday Junior Studer and Alice Clark visited with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Walker and daughters of Boulder, Colo., were Saturday morning coffee guests of Mrs. Edgar Isaacson. Valley View Guests this week at the Myron Intermill home were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kulalmann, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kendall and Kristin of Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor in Concordia.. Mrs. Crispin had a medical check-up hospital while there. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey family were dinner guests of Mrs. Summers. They Mrs. Healey's birthday was last Thursday and birthday which was nesday. Bobby stayed Saturday. Harlan Ross and Colby and Mr. and Mrs. l Ross had Thanks with the Arnold Ross Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and Kenneth home Thursday from a days' visit with his parents, and Mrs. Scotty Duncan, her mother, Mrs. Faye in Flagler, Colo. They attended the wedding niece, Donna Troup, Pankrantz in Bennett, Denny Reed of Mo., visited his and Mrs. Darrell Thursday and They were all dinner Mr. and Mrs. Superior Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. and family of Superior Friday evening supper the Arnold Ross family. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold took Eric to Hastings nesday where he had very. Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Kristin, Mr. and Mrs Kuhlmann and Mr. Myron Intermill and MarlV Thanksgiving dinner the,Leslie Erickson Mrs. Alfred Ross of was a Friday morning the Myron Intermill Mr. and Mrs. and family were dinner guests of Mr. David Demaray of Burr Mrs. Eleanor and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Dale Crispir the birthday party day afternoon for Mrs. Graham at her honae Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson visited Day with Ruth and Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. John and Audre. Bernie Leece of visited from evening until parents, Mr. Raymond Leece. Mrs. Kleckner joined and Saturday for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Myron and Mark met relatives and had dinner at the afternoon they went Alfred Ross home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom were guests at the Don Hurd home moso. Joy and Saturday Marvin Webber home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene and family called evening at the Marvin home. Mr. and Mrs and family spent Thanksgiving vacation Mr and Mrs. Joe Dorado Springs, Mo. Steve Heitman, Manhattan were also Mr. and Mrs. Stanely of Granite City, Saturday dinner and Mrs. Dale Mr. family of Sutton and Mrs. Steve Frum visited their parents, Mrs. Marvin Webber, Wednesday evening Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Curt and family of Chanute, visited from Sunday with her Paul Rathbun and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Erich and Kenneth had dinner with the family at Byron. Guests over weekend at the Martin home were Mrs. Ms Coffman and Davenport, Mr. and Ray and family of Village, Kan., and M1 John Wright and Lincoln. The Ray visited his parents, Mrs. Bryce Ray, HOMELIKE t, tl When the weary wanderer crosses his own threshold at laS ,tlls timeless phrase "'No Place L:ke Home" is etched in every fiber OTd - . $i:" being. Recognizing that no situation which a family faces cr =e .. more for the comfort of home than bereavement, we set out, W. oot monumental audacity, to "solve" hi. problem in the making o'0  Funeral Home. More humble now, we realize that there is no ,%,re thing as a real "home away from home," but we sincerely bel that we have created a home-like atmosphere where a bereaf family can find solace, privacy, and understanding in a time travail. MONTGOMERY. WH,LIAI00. FUNERAL SERVICE -- MONUMENTS SUPERIOR - - and .....