Jack Aasen Gloria and Jon live in Golden. Jon attends CA

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Jack Aasen Gloria and Jon live in Golden. Jon attends CA - spent the day with a sister, Mrs. Lawrence...
spent the day with a sister, Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, and her husband and family. On Sunday, Bill Landen drove to Marysville, and visited with his mother, Mrs. Rosa Landon. Joe and Allen Bottiger, Bill Hellmer, and Charles Downie, are attending Physical Education classes at Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Howes drove to Beatrice on Sunday and spent the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Litten. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hill, Seattle, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Huff. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Foust and family visited with relatives at Dexter, Kan., recently. On Saturday morning, Mrs. Charles Alves and Mrs. Herbert Krous drove to Topeka, Kan., and were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton. Richardson over the weekend. They also visited at the Robert Prebyl home with' AT3 Gary Prebyl, who has just graduated from "Avonics Course" in the Service and is home on a two week furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, Independence, Independence, Mo., Mr. and'Mrs. Kenneth Peach and children, Emporia, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Noah Peach, Cottonwoods Falls, Kan., were here over the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Viola Peach, who had returned to her home here and will remain for a while. Danny Akin, Mgr. of the Oketo Elevator sponsored a free supper at the City Hall, recently for his customers. Mr. Bob Mordn, Manhattan, was the speaker of the evening introducing introducing "Geigy Chemical". About 64 men enjoyed the good supper and a nice evening together. Albert" Brenzikofer visited Sunday afternoon in Blue Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Huff -enjoyed -enjoyed a visit recently with relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pohlman, Marysville. On Saturday evening the relatives of the Gerold Heltaer's all attended the Homecoming basketball game and the school dance at the Marysville High School and the crowning of the queen. Laura Hellmer was one of the queen contestants but Jenr Arnold, Marysville, won the honor. After the festivities at Marysville the entire group came to the Gerold Hellmer home, Oketo, and celebrated the 47th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hellmer. Those attending the celebration were, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Wayman, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hellmer and children, 'Fwida, Irene, and Marie HeUmer, Wymore, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bottiger, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Koll. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Triggs were hosts Sunday at a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Argo, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Argo and sons. The afternoon was spent visiting. Mrs. William Landen and daughter, Theresa, spent the weekend with another daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Post, near Beatrice. Mrs. Joe Bottiger and Mrs. Gerold Helimer are attending adult education classes at the Marysville High School. A group of girl friends of Connie Young came home from High School festivities on Saturday night with her and celebrated Connie's birthday with a slumber party.' Diller By MRS. SCOTT MILLER Mrs. Scott Miller returned home from a three-week vacation vacation trip to Colorado; She went from Lincoln to Denver and back by United Air Lines and visited her three children and families Dr. and Mrs. Scott Miller Miller Jr., Scotty III, and Ellen Elizabeth, Aurora, Colo., Major (ret.) and Mrs. Dean Frey, Boulder, and their son, Dana, home at mid-term from college, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aasen and Jon Scott, Lookout Mountain, Mountain, near Golden. One of the many highlights of her trip was a birthday dinner party honoring her on February 6, in the Jack Aasen home, arranged arranged by her family, with all of the above named present. The birthday cake was baked and decorated by her daughter, Marilyn Frey. During her stay in Colorado, she enjoyed many dinners and sightseeing trips, tours, and entertainment. These included a tour of the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Wax Museum, Heritage Square near Golden, a shopper's paradise where you step bade a century into the 1880's and where white gingerbread houses and tree- lined streets are to be seen; Cinderella City, another shoppers shoppers paradise; visits to the Colorado Academy, an independent independent college preparatory school where Jon Scott Aasen attends. Two entertainments enjoyed enjoyed were the "Sweet Ade- lines" a Centennial chorus of. women also featuring a madcap Barbershop quartet from Los Angeles, providing barbershop background music to oldtime movies they showed, and a writer's meeting at the University University of Denver featuring a noted Colorado author, a friend and neighbor of Gloria Aasen, on Lookout Mountain; also sightseeing sightseeing on drives including Wild Horse Circle in Pine Brook Halls and other mountain drives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hen- riohs, Beth and David, Diller, Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder, Beatrice, Beatrice, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rosener, Rosener, Superior, and Beulah Rosener, Rosener, Fairbury, were Sunday dinner dinner and afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Regnier, rural Fairbury. Company for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Novotny recently were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs." Bob Little and children, children, Lincoln. Sunday afternoon visitors of the Novotnys were Mr. 'and Mrs. Joe Macholan, Dorchester and their cousins. Henry Novotny, Ernest Novotny, Novotny, Jeanne and Ronald Novotny, Novotny, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Brauch, attended funeral services services for Ben Novotny at Vance's Chapel, Odell, Saturday afternoon. Interment was made in the Odell Czech cemetery at Odell. The deceased was a cousin cousin of Henry and Ernest Novotny. Novotny. Mrs. Louis Scheele accompanied accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roseman Roseman to the funeral services for Mrs. Wm. (Caroline) Lampe 71, of ^Washington, Kan., recently at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Washington, Kan. Interment Interment was made in the church cemetery. Mrs. Lampe died just three years to the day, and almost almost to the hour, after'the death of her husband, Wm. who died on February 22, 1969. She is survived survived by three married children, seven grandchildren and three brothers, Louis Scheele, Diller, August Scheele, Galveston, Texas, and Harry Scheele, Marion, Marion, Iowa. Louis Scheele was unable unable to attend" his sister's funeral funeral services because of poor health. He was eared for by Mrs. Minnie Weers and Mrs. Anna Blackwood during his wife's absence at the memorial rites. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scheele, Marion, Iowa, were Saturday morning visitors in the Louis Sdieele home. They had come to Washington, Kan., for the funeral funeral rites of Mrs. Caroline Lampe, sister of the Scheele brotherss, and were enroute home. New residents in Diller are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keuten Jr., who have moved into the former Harvey Carrel's property property which they recently purchased. purchased. Mr. and Mrs. William Cordry and three children have taken up residence in the Jake Lottman Lottman property on Hilton Street. They moved to Diller from Hardy. . Dr. and Mrs. Lorin Wolff, Fremon, were visitors in the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Jake Lottman, parents of Mrs. Wolff, for a few days. Dr. Wolff, former former pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran Lutheran Church, Diller, now is minister to the St. Timothy Lutheran Lutheran Church, Fremont. The Wolfs also visited Mrs. Wolff's brother and family; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lottman and Douglas. Douglas. They enjoyed the fish fry at Bud and Virginia's recently. Members and sponsors of the Diller United Youth Fellowship attended the motion picture "The Cross and tine Switch' blade" at Fairbury recently. Those who went were: Pastor and Mrs. Eugene Bock, Douglas and Becky, Mr. anc Mrs. Harry Kisling, Dean and Lois Engelman, David anc Brian Barnard, Douglas, Greg and Brad Schnuelle, Bobby Jones, Danny Keefover, Sandy Craig, Ktm Brown and Joyce Scherling. Richard. Brown is still confined confined in the Mennonite Hospital Beatrice, Mrs. Brown visited him Sunday afternoon. Eighteen juniors of the Diller Community High Schoool anc their sponsor, Allen Porkorney participated in the annual Jefferson County Government day at Fairbury recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lorren Stephens were Sunday noon dinner guests of their daughter and family, the Gerald Jurgens, Wymore. The Diller Dist. 103 Community Community School caucus recently was well attended. Presiding was Roger Kisling with J Lofing as secretary. Twelve men were nominated- three declining. The names of all of the nominees who' sign certificates within five days will appear on the primary ballot Anyone else wishing to be a candidate may file before March 10. Filing forms are available at the office of Stanley C. Crawshaw, Supt. of Diller schools. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Weigel Millard, were Sunday noon dinner guests of Mrs. Cora Weigel, mother of Dwight. The visitors drove to Beatrice after dinner to attend the golden wedding anniversary

Clipped from Beatrice Daily Sun10 Mar 1972, FriPage 5

Beatrice Daily Sun (Beatrice, Nebraska)10 Mar 1972, FriPage 5
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