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/. F o rm o so Local News00) r} ' _ By  Clark Mmsoy, Darlene N eu.ler _.an O ,..Oll Watsm is a patlt at Jimmy, Bunker Hilt, ,,:lia . _  General Hosn/tai. Richardson and Barbara )e Parm Dutch Bonhaimer, Resdeker, Alton, Mr,.and Mrs. 'creramento, Calif., died Charles Besson, Narka, Rick tury. Weaver, Lincoln, Neb., and t e ] MIz Cleo Blandin$ was a from Belleville, Larry Beeson, le mm.t rea family ga Faye Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. ,| amlng Clmtm holidays DeJhert Weaver and Jeremy . at tl home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cline and ve,j  aU=dt, Stford. ramie _ . o Mrs - nex Isaacaon and Mr. and Mrs. Loeman Hunter, an0 family, Sulina, were lastFrlday Mayetta, were last Sunday and r dlnn- guests of Mr and Mrs. Monday guests of her aunt, Mrs. m i Taylor (lark. " Clint Reynolds and Mr. vy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Novak and Reynql0s. "wn Dahl a  Brst, Herttn, were weekend lrs'. Mewin visited Mr. . ' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kermy and Mrs. Clare Osborne last pla_y Huber. Additional guests last week. Lg aq  Friday for Christmas were Mr. Pastor Dan Vallier and sons and Mrs.VlrgilMchler, Mr. and visited Mr. and Mrs. Brad Kecler last week. Nancy Dunstan, Nanette and Earl, Darla Strnad and Savannah Myers, Randall, were Monday morning guests of Mrs. Jack Higbee and Christel. Christel conducted a 4-H Fun With Children project meeting with Nanette and Darla. her i hat ing. Mrs. Jerry Massey and Jane Beilevllle. Mr. and Mike Guzik, Alan and visited Saturday af- The Hubers ! along with Mr. Molder, Mrs. Maasey, Lily Republican City, and Molder, Belleville, had Saturday afternoon to eelebi, ete Bret's ninth birthday. Mr. and Mrs Molder were turday supper guests Sunday guests at the Huber were Mr. and Mrs. Jay ..Dia. rid, Brooke and Kaitlyn, mULtato. L M.-. and Mrs. Start Keeler, Mor and Maggie, Derby, Weskend gests of Ann Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobson, Montrose, visited Kealer last Saturday. Mrs. and the Start Keelers were Saturday evening Wkm=iG0n .s "ts f Mr" and try Keeler and family,  Waen Heinen, Topeka, Alvin Heinen, Concordla, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jennings, Joel and James, Cedar Heinen, Manhattan, Jewell, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helnen. Berne Mc- Clellan and Dana Embree, filseo, joined them for dinner loendq few days. They visited istmas guests of Mrs. Nelson Keeler and Mr.Mr. andand Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler were and Mxs. Larry Keeler, Mrs. Gordon Grimes, Mankato, i and John, Tonganoxie, Tint  Sallm, Mr. and Mrs. =d .. Re'our, Sandy Bo.ur =r. and Mrs. Ren Molden,  Topeka, and blr and Mrs. Rob Bonjour, Nell a Kaylene. Weekend Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrmt Dampaey were Mr. and Mrs. Dannie smlnpey, Robert and Vanessa, omn, Russell Dempsey, Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Williams, Christopher and Ashley, Benner Springs, and Mrs. Marshall Holmes, Amy ":Bubia Newton. Reed visited her iLitr,Ml. Robert Badger, and -,. mmlr, Burr Oak, last atury. lk'et Odrne celebrated his llth birthday Dec. 21 with a cY for friends and mates at Mankato last %t=...v. , and Mrs. Dloyd Strnad" dTerrill and Darla at- Mr. and Mrs. George Balch returned home Monday after visiting during the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bale.h, Garrett and Ryan, and Robert Belch, all of Woodward, Okla., Sheryl Belch and Steve Trombley, Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pope, Justin and Brian, Colgate, Okla. Savannah Myers, Randall, was a Monday overnight guest of her grandparents. Mr. and blr Viarl Mohler. . Mrs. Gary DaM, William, Jon and Tanya, Court]and, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Scbott, Alex and Justin, Beloit, were New Year s Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin. Darla Strnad was an over- night guest New Year's Eve of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Krummel, Belleville. Mr. end Mrs. Dwayne Rng_e,, Derby, arrived New Year s Eveto visit Ann Keeler a and Grace Jacobsen. Dwayne and Carol Rogers visited the Rogers' relatives at the home of Rosie Fintel, near Suparier, Thursday evening. Carol Rogers visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoics, Courtland, Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobsen and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were Friday dinner guests of Ann Keeler at a Smith Center restaurant. Mrs. Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch and Michael, Haddam, were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Keeler and family, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Becker and grandchildren, Terry and Vicki Slauding, Arkansas City, were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howland. David Saas, Smith Center, was a New Year's Day guest of the Dleyd Strnad family. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Staf- ford, Chantel, Cameron and Mrs. Peters and Javenia visited Michael Peters at Mt. Hope, Concordia, Saturday. A group of friends and relatives shivareed Steven and Janelle Sviegel Friday evening. Mrs. Darin Johnson, Natosha and Tanya, Sterling, were weekend guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Studer. By Audrey Diamond Troy Strnad and Stede Un- t-ic Ross visited Avis Ross derwood, Burr Oak, attended Wednesday morning. He was the wedding of their classmate, enroute to Burlingame. Mr. and Doug Benoit, at Manhattan Mrsl Jay Ross, Brett and Evan were Thursday supper guests. Saturday. Sylvia Mohler returned home Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyatt Sunday from a two-week visit visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoard, Rothchild Monday afternoon. Oxford, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Delmar, Shannon and Shea Foster, Drew and Dustin, Rothchild visited them Saturday afternoon. Holdrege. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higbee Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis, and Christel, Michael Higbee, Salads, Texas, who had been Scandia, and Jeannea Higbee visiting her parents, Mr. and were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harold Bothwell, returned to their home Tuesday. Mr. and Verb Reed. Phyllis Hurd and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell visited Ila Mrs. Mark Hurd, Brandon and Larmer and Fern Hale Sunday Whitney, Abilene, were Sunday afternoon. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kris Hoard, Dale Boyles, Mankato. They McPherson, visited Mr. and celebrated Whitney's fifth Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan and other relatives over the birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marr, weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser Webber, visited Mr. and Mrs. Webher and the McKeowns Brad KeelerSunday afternoon, helped them move to Me- Mr. and Mrs. Non Gordanier Pherson last Sunday. visited the Keelers Sunday Freida Henneberry and Mr. .and Mrs. Russell Whitbeck, evening. The Mohler family had their annual Christmas get-together at the senior center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell, Melissa and Matt were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Peters. Omaha, visited Irene and Bob Davidson Tuesday evening until Thursday morning. They were enroute home from Tucson, Ariz., where they had visited a sister of Mrs. Henneberry and Mrs. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marr were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Snyder to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Snyder, Stephanie, Laura and Erica. The Steve Snyder family left Tuesday to return to their home in Cairo, Egypt. By Highland Club Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek Mrs. Glenn Bailey is a patient and family were New Year's at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Day guests of the Lorrell Hastings, after suffering a Peterson family. They visited at heart attack earlier this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Warren Hubl Monday evening. Don Follmer visited Mr. and and Cody, Wichita, and Linda Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz Saturday Warren visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Tuesday. Mr. and morning-Gladys Webber was taken to Brodstone Memorial Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Nuckolls County Hospital them Thursday. Monday morning and was able Lois Elniff, Jewell, died to return home Wednesday to Friday at the Mitchell County the IvanJacobitzhomc. Alberta Hospital, Beloit, after a long hattie with cancer. The funeral Dudley, Waterloo, Neb., came to visit her mother and Mr. and was Monday morning at the Methodist Church in Jewell. She Mrs. Jacobitz a few days. She was the former Lois Graham left for home Saturday morn- and grew up in this neigh- ing. borhood. Lela VanMeter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmcr Webher, is a sister. were at Lincoln Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kintigh Thursday morning visiting visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gayle, Brenda and Mr. and Diamond Thursday evening. Mrs. Mark Follmer. Mrs. Bert Diamond visited Todd Turner, Ellsworth, Argie Appleby, Courtland, Kan., has been here to visit his Friday. They had dinner mother, Sharon Turner, and together at a Scandia care. sister and brother. Marie Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair Troudt and Uyvonne Kenhans went to Clay Center, loin., were guests of Mrs. Turner and Saturday to- attend a birthday children at the cafe Thursday dinner for Cagen Cooper at the evening. Mrs. Troudt and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Knehans visited Nell Cowsky Reboul, Jennifer and Tfffani. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Williams had supper at Steve Cooper and Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reboul. Mankato New Year's Eve and then were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth- child were New Year's Eve Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mon- tgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Keith guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McKeown and Dan were Harvey, Superior. They visited Saturday evening guests at the Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews, home of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Beloit, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stoics, Bill Thursday, January 9, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Though the recent fog has made travel difficult these cattle seam to be enjoying the mild weather while feeding on irrigated corn stalks near Superior. The mild, open weather is helping stretch feed supplies made short by the drought. Area cattlemen have been making good use of available stock fields. Often the cattlemen have rented fields owned by grain farmers. --Express Photo 4-H Club offers to assist with directory Residents throughoutThcEx- plans to prepare a directo for press circulation area continue to distribution without charge to respond to the request for assis- newspaper subscrihers. tance in compiling a local area mailing address and telephone oi- rectory. Though the post office con- version to automated mail han- dling is progressing at a slower rate in Kansas than in Nebraska, it is expected the directory will be a well-used aid to residents of both states. Because of the slower route to postal automation, many Kansas residents have not yet ex- perienced the frustratio assoct- ated with having their mail re- turned because of inadquate ad- dresses. Ncvchcless, the Webber Wide-Awake 4-H Club has vol- unteered to help with the project. Members of that 4-H club will be going door-to-door in Supe- rior and the Wcbber area gather- ing the completed address forms. The forms have been published in several issues of The Superior Express and the 4-H members will have extras. All area residents are encour- aged to return the forms assoon as possible. Directory typesetting will begin this week. So did an effort by Express representatives to contact all area business firms. The need for such a directory was demonstrated during the re- cent holiday season when many Christmas cards were returned to the senders because of incorrect addresses. With the conversion to automated mail processing pro- ceeding at a rapid rate in Ne- braska and a somewhat slower pace in Kansas, the post office is becoming insistent on complete and accurate addresses. Other groups interested in helping with the directory as a community service project for their communities are asked to contact the newspaper office. ASCS announces disaster program the wedding of Mark Chyla, were New Year's Day Halter and Haether Frost at guests of Edna Engle. Mmsto last Saturday. Troy Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stansbury, and Terrtll Strnad were and Shawn, extra commodities are available nthe wedding party. Ricky, Tim, Joey Smith Center, were New Year's for distribution to eligible county _ S guests of Mr. and Day guests of Carol Stansbury. households.Thecommoditiescan Mrs. Howard Patrick last Belated Christmas and New he picked up at the office in the Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Year's guests for supper bascment of the Nuckolls County David Dolinar and Wesley, Thursday at the Brad Keeler Courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Teny home were Mr and Mrs. Melvin GIRL _ and Steven, Saiina, Madeline Granberry, Leon, s'aey Patck, Cencordia, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fiorell, (Continued from Page IA) participating program crops, soybeans and sunflowers; and all commercial nen-proam crops. Kovanda said producers who intend to file should begin to assemble their records new, so they will be ready when signnp begins. He said that farmers will receive a special mailing with specific information on the ilungram later this month. "If a car does not receive the disaster program information in the mail by Feb. , he should call the county ASCS office. Kovanda explained a producer may not file on one crop on a farm for one year and a different crop on the same farm for the other. "However, the producer may request benefits for 1990 on one farm and for 1991 on another farm." Disaster payments ma he ready for issuance as early as late April. However, with the 1992 Farm Program signup also taking place this spring, the date payments will be issued is uncertain at this time. Final detaik regarding this program are not yet available. Extra Commodities The Nebraska Department of Social Services has armounced Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. Williams Smies and Charlie Smies were Postalofficialshavebeentalk- Friday. New Year's Day dinner guests ing of the need for the complete Karen Andretti and Sharon of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoics. Miller and three foster Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler, addresses for many years. The children, Lincoln, came Pueblo, Colo., came Friday to requests long as the often mail were was ignored, delivered As Saturday in time for church visit Mr. and Mrs. Dallas most peoplcwerenotconcemed services at the Adventist Diamond, Al Jennings and the post office considers to he the Church. They went to Hardy Dolly Jennings at the Nelson about obtaining and using what later and were guests of Good Samaritan Center and Dagmar Pedersen for supper at other relatives. They were correct address. the cafe. Sunday, Anna Miller enroute home from a business As post office workers arc not and her guests were at the home trip to Crown Center, Me. Mr. permitted toanswermostrequcsts d Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and and Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker, forcorrectaddressesandarcatele- family at Mt. Clare for dinner. Minneapolis, accompanied phone directories frequently do them from Salina to Missouri. not have the correct or complete Anna Miller visited Alvena The Fowlers and Diamonds postal address, the need for an Sorenson Thursday. visited Dolly Jennings Saturday address directory developed. Evelyn Honeycutt visited In larger cities such directo- evening at Nelson. Sunday Mr. ries have heen common for scv- Alvena Sorenson Monday af- and Mrs. Diamond, Mr. and ternoon. Mike Honeycutt and Mrs. Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. eral years. Evelyn Honeycutt visited Floy Brian Simms and Andrea, !_ter this year The Exvrcss Joyce Shoemaker, Minneapolis, Pat Lange and Jessica, Asherville, and Al Jennings had dinner with Dolly Jennings at the Good Samaritan Center. In the afternoon dessert was Porter Thursday evening. Darlene Shaw, Edgar, and her sister, Phyllis 0 Dey, Hastings, visited Floy Porter Friday afternoon. .__..__.---- Of all earthly music, that served to celebrate Mrs. Jen- which reaches fartherest into nings' birthday which is.Jan. 8. heaven is the beating of a loving The Fowlers left eany onoay heart, to return home. Sunshine Pawn Company The annual cookie sale and a possible trip to Kansas City were discussed by Junior Girl Scout Troop 487 when they met Mon- day at Centennial Lutheran Church The sixth grade girls are led by Margene Eitzmann. "l'his week's report from the Mankato Uvestoek Commission Co. Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and Kevin, David Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl, William, Jon and Tonya, Lincoln. The Fiorells were s ovem@t uest. .....  tetra'ned home =u= mm_y alter visiting Gary Stafford and Sue Regner, Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Pelkey, Kayla and Laycie, Hutcbimon, and Kristy Star- during the . Sunday visitors of Mr. blrs. Dl0Yd Stmad, Troy, and Irh were Scott and Malty Albrlght, Delia Last Sunday Christnas Lts ts ._=. and Mrs. JmTy '-._L"_  at the senior : eyTDaMr. and M. Jerry ,.=ey, ne Beeson, Mr. and M. Virgil Mohler, Lily aesey, P,pablican City, Ga selling 523 cattle on a steady market. Cow-calf pair ................................ up to ..................... 965.00 15 Mixed heifers ....................... 500 Ibs ....................... 78.50 23 Cross bred steers ................ 600 Ibs ....................... 84.25 16 Mixed steers ........................ 475 Ibs ....................... 88.25 11 Charolais heifers ................. 455 Ibs ....................... 83.75 13 Mixed steers ........................ 420 Ibs ....................... 94.00 16 Mixed steers ........................ 485 Ibs ....................... 91.50 15 Mixed heifers ....................... 570 Ibs ....................... 76.00 18 Gelbvieh heifers ................... 660 Ibs ....................... 73.00 17 Mixed heifers ....................... 475 Ibs ....................... 81.25 13 Mixed steers ........................ 475 Ibs ....................... 9000 15 Mixed heifers ....................... 640 Ibs ....................... 73.50 18 Mixed steers ........................ 710 Ibs ....................... 79.00 21 Mixed steers ........................ 680 Ibs ....................... 78.85 18 Mixed steers ............ ............ 670 Ibs ....................... 78.50 21 Mixed heifers ....................... 710 Ibs., ..................... 73.00 24 Mixed heifers ....................... 950 Ibs ....................... 71.00 8 Mixed steers ........................ 800 Ibs ....................... 75.25 ,) 4th and Central Comics, Records, Aquarium Superior, Neb. Fish, Craft Kits, Avon Bottles, Ball Cards, Rental Videos ;liver Dollars ............... ............................. 15.00 and up Chicago Bulls Sweat Shirt .................................... 10.98 Sports Pennants ........................................... 3.00 CB .................... iiiii .................................... 25.00 Ninja Turtle Skate Board ...................................... 19.95 Video Tapes ............................................... 5.00 and up Holsters .................................................................. 5.98 Silver Certificates .................................................... 2.50 Cassette Tapes .......................................... 2.00 and up Paperbacks ................................................. 25 and up Hermit Crabs .......................................................... 2.99 Ventura Guitar ...................................................... 49.95 Black Hills Gold Ring ............................................ 39.95 '92 Donruss Baseball Cards ................................... 1.19 '92 Score Baseball Cdrds ........................................ 55 Electric Scissors ..................................................... 5.00 Go, c,,bs ............................................................. 19.9. O'Boises Potato Chips ...................................... '.= Basketball ............................................................. 10.00 lO Votive Candles ....................................................... 4 99 [Screwdriver Sets ..................................................... Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Tim chott, Alex and Justin, Beloit, Michelle Surmier and Areana, Manlmto, and Roberts Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Luke and Samantba. They celebrated Luke's seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howland had dinner Friday with Agnes Rogers at the Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark, Manhattan, visited Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark Friday af- ternoon. Janice Peters and Juretta visited Lavernia McCune Friday at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. SUl ltalmal Wsbb00, Ibm. Consignment AUCTION Tuesday, Feb. I Consign your items by Monday, Feb. 3, to get them listed on the sale bill. Remember, no sales tax in Kansas on used machinery. Contact Rich or Denise Behrends or Glen or Becky Behrends IIIIMffI.IIIilS or Brad or Jolanda Bouray MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY I Andy Montgomery, Phone 402-879-3004 Jon Russell, Phone 913-374-4482 lr 1 -:PhO 913-373327 Cards indicate friends We count our blessings in the number of friends we have and Christmas cards bring them all to us, at least one time each year. But, there is a dilemma t We got cards from some acquaintances that we never expected cards from and some old friends, who had sent cards for many, many years, didn't send one this year. Are they still with us? We wonder ff they may be ill, unable to correspond. What to do? If we call, it may be em- harrnsaing if they "just forgot" us l Perhaps their cards were mailed late...we'll just wait a big longer. Suppose they are seriously ill. Would we be imposing on them or persons taking care of them, by calling? What about next Christnlas? Will we keep them on our list? Delete them'? What to do? It makes you want to give up Christmas cards altogether. We did jdt that one year and we never regretted anything so mncht It feRas though we'd lost touch with the outside world and especially as we received so many cards from old friends, new friends and some people we hardly knew. So, we went beck to sending cards. We have to agree that cards have become very commercial. They really push them for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Valentine's Day and Christmas. They have them for lesser occasions; St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Chanukah, Graduations, Weddings, An- niversaries and Sympathy cards. Have you checked the card racks lately? I notice that the anniversary cards and sym- pay cards are right next to each other! Makes me wonder if Lucy should get the sympathy card on our anniversary? Well, there you go folks...I'm really not for or against the greeting card business, but it seems they do push it a bit. Previously, I covered the Christmas letter. Bad Christ- mu poetry should he banned, as well. Anyone getting mine will agree! Anyone with a solution to what to do about those cards we got from people we never had on our list and those who were on our list, but missed sending us one...Please Helllpl Mel Rhoads District to hold review meetings Last November the Jewell County Conservation Distric! conducted an informationa, mesti about a new water lity program. Discussion at meeting centered around two water quality concerns: the northeast part of Jewell County and the recent health advisory placed on Limestone Creek due to bacteria from livestock weste. Two follow-up meetings will be held. Tuesday at 7 p.m., a meeting will be held in the Webber Methodist Church basement. On Wednesday at l:40p.m., a meeting will be held in the Ionia Methodist Church. Information will be provided about the new non-point source pollution control program. This program is voluntary. It is funded by the state water plan with funding from fertilizer and pesticide fees, municipal water tax, irrigation water tax, and other sources. Diet Coke, Coke, Sprite and Mr. Pibb .............. 6-pk. cans $1.79 50-lb. Freezer Beef Bundles .......... $73.50 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free 20 lb. Beef Roasts 5 lb. Beef Ribs 10 lb. Beef Steak 5 lb. Stew Meat 10 lb. Ground Beef 50 lb. Total Ground Beef ......................... lb. $1,29 Ground Pork ......................... lb. $1.09 Sausage ............................... lb. $1.19 Cubed Steaks ....................... lb. $2.69 Home-Cured Sliced Bacon ............................... lb. $.99 Pork Cutlet ............................ lb. $1.89 6-oz. Ribeye ........................ ea. $1.39 8-oz. Ribeye ........................ ea. $1.79 10-oz. Sirloin ....................... ea. $2.39 Roodes Hot Dogs ............ 2 Ibs. $3.89 Beef Liver ........................... ,.lb. $.59 Pork Liver ............................. lb. $.19 All Mid-Am Cheese 10% Off CHECK AT CONSUMER'S" 1 FOR CATERING NEEDS ._J CLOSED AT NOON SATURDAYS Consumer's Packing Company Phone 402-879-3611 301 West 1st StreetSuperior, Neb.