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buy' fol-: Sher! Hfeid- Jvar- Dav- pic- Miss eve- its of G. read Mr.=i. sang and Rowey. the and given some and tea Mrs. Parker served and some Mr. a.i j Gliesttif Beitoi'^HbBios •'E/xtensloti club held its Septenjber,-TOoeting Thursday at the home of Mra..Rouben Schleifer. "Home Food Freezing" was demonstrated, after which election of officers Ws held, the following being elected: presldept, Mrs. Kenneth Messman; vice- president( Mrs. W. \. Navis; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Walter Lorring; news reporter, Mrs. Reuben Schleifer; music chairman, Mr<i. Melvin Grouse. Mrs. Schleifer assisted by Mrs. W. I. Navis served a lunch to 16 members and two visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Mohr and Shirley spent this past week visiting relatives at Freeport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Messman and family, Mrs.' D. C. Norman and Martha were Friday supper guests at the home of, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Norman and sons at York Neb. Mr, and Mrs. Glen Jenkins, and family of Beatrice were Wednesday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jenkins and Mrr,. Linton. Miss Lucy Strain of Sioux City, la., returned home Saturday after visiting the past week with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Throne and Mr. Throne and calling on Chester friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sawyer,] Miss Edith Sawyer and Mrs. Flor-. ence Crump were in Concordia Sa-1 turday. Fred Duey and Harold Hayes returned home Tuesday from a trip rear Pittsburg, Penn. They delivered a Hereford bull to a buyer, there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Liley and son. George of Detroit, Mich., vis -j ited several days at the home of; her uncle, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. George and her aunt, Mrs. G. J. Huckins, Mr. Huckins and Sharyln. I Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Huckins vis- |ited their daughter, Mrs. 'Verne jKrause and Mr. Krause at Konawa, I Okia.', this past week. A basket dinner was en.fbyed Sunday, September 10, at the home of Mr. and Mi-s. Walter Mosier, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Lorraine, 111. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller, ^Mr. and Mrs. Horace Beaver and Donald of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bridwell of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz of Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Anton 'Voigt and Quentin, Mrs. Lida Mosier and Shelby of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. George Mosier, Mr. and Mrs. E^lmer Mosior, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Moxham, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sherwood and Mary Ann, Don Alloway, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morehead, Kathleen, Karen and Donald and Mrs. Florence Crump. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Poppe and Gerald of Pairbury, Mr. andi Mr«. Charles Linson and Mr. and; Mrs. Edgar Schultz, Barbara, Mar-' jorie, Eldon, Joyce, DarrcU and Dale of Deshler, Mr. and Mrs. Ar> thur Mosier and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosier of Davenporti Mrs. C. C. Dake and Adrain and Mr. and Mrs. Perry James, Johnny, Glen and Eddie of Chester. Mr. and Mrs. John Cometack of San ^ Diego, Cal., / were Monday ovei'night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Morford. They apertt tue ,s- day with her grandmother, Mrs. Effie <Hazen and with ;her .aunt, Mrs. Clay Davenport and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd McWilliamfi of Long Beach, Cal., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown Monday and Tuesday. They were en- route to visit her relatives" at St. Joseph, Mo., from a visit with his father, John McWilliams at Lincoln. \ Shickley high school* football team played the Chester Bulldogs Friday evening on the Chester field in the first game of the season in six-man football. Chester won by a score of 63 to 18. On Friday evening, September 14, the Chester. reserves played the CarletoivWarrior's first teain resulting in Carleton's vifttory, 18 to 12. Plans for the Stephen Epler day game October 4 between Chester Bulldogs and Concordia Teachers of Seward are being completed. of B3rron Mrs. D. AT Davidson (From Last Week) Sept. 19—-Mr. and Mrs. Ora Swartz spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swartz in Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Swartz and Gary and Earl Golden of Wilmington,^ Cal., and Mrs. Maggie were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dugger of Chester, Neb. Junior' Hoops, Martin Kroeger, Gene Grueber and Joseph Dittmer were home from University of Nebraska over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. August Hoops spent Sunday evening at the Ed Fintel home in Deshler and were guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Levendofsky and son of Belleville. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marquart, observing the fir.st birthday of their son, Leslie, which occurred September 12, were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marquart and Lydia, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Marquart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marquart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peters and sons.