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f [rs ~tinued from page l) Rhonda, accompanied by Mrs. Members of the Nuckolls graduated Jan. 19 from ad-Mr. and Mrs. Burt SimpsonMrs. Alex Brockman was a Thursday, February 1, 1973THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B 'old 'I-Ii~ eel. finally report them Doyle Christensen of York and County Key 73 committee met vanced carpentry school at Ft. and Mrs. Hans Reuter of Tuesday afternoon visitorin the IAbrary Bookl Vou"gAdult- -: .... ar ~ards the end of the session. Mrs. Ray Christiansen, visited at the Rev. Edward Hiller home Leonard Wood, Mo. He arrived Columbia, Ill., and Mrs. Her- Levi Miller home. "The Hessians" tIoward Mrs:"l~=r only controversial bill Dorcas Christensen in Lincoln Monday to lay out plans for at the home of his parents and man Erndle of Cahokia, Ill., Library Hours" Fast. Violence and revenge -~idered on the floor was last Saturday. Benny and distributing Bibles to Nuckolls family, where he visited until were recent guests in the home Katie Schneider was a recent asil Jo~tr Stomer's LB 128 which Randy Christensen spent the County residents in February. Friday when he left for his new of their aunt, Lydia Fray.patient at Mary Lanning Monday through Saturdaybetween villagers and HessiaT~ were ~kd r eq, uire color photos on day with Doyle Christensen in Rev. and Mrs. Hiller were assignment in Fort Ord, Calif Mr~ and Mrs. James Kim- Hospital. 1::|o-5:30,7:00-9:00p.m. so!diers. Jr and:Ur,iver slicenses. I spoke out York Tuesday dinner guests of their Mrs. Ova Schultz entertained minau and sons went to Fair- Mr. and Mrs. Romuald Kolbet Adult The Diddakoi," Rumor ld" fa~inst this bill for three Jan. 21 afternoon and evening son, Paul and his roommates in theNever Idle Club at her home field Sunday to visit with her and sons of Hastings visited "The Crystal Mouse," Alfred Godden. Consciousness-raising '"isons. First, this bill would guests in the Willard Hastings and also visited Rev. on Thursday afternoon, sister of Colorado Springs who Sunday in the George Kim- Aiken. Drama and suspenseof a gypsy girl .. ,g~ctly cost Nebraska citizens Christensen home to honor Mr. T.M. Hanson, Jens Hansen and "That Which Is," Alfred " 1 " " " erun ~1),00~ Mrs. Erik Torring was was a guest in the Ed Horacek minau home. with every chilling page. Ta e of ChildrenTlmmy Tiptoes,' ,, .P,~ When they buy their and Mrs. Christensen on their Rev. JacobJerstadt at the Good hostess to the Bridge Club at her hoyoe. Darryl Menke of the UnitedAiken. What is truth? Beatrix Potter. hr. anger,s licenses plus an ad home Thursday afternoon. lelson . - 22nd wedding anniversary were Samaritan Village. " ................... States Navy is visiting hisTwo new three in one "Going Steady," Anne .-. _ ~..[~onal redirect cost of $165,000 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Kleen of The Ki-Lo Pinochle Club met parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer mysteries. ,, Emery. rxwc'Jch would have to come out of ' ,lVld'~State General Fund to pay Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln were weekend guests of at the home of Mrs. Marvin Lawrence Menke. "The A to Z of Dogs, Bar- "Danger In A Smiling Mask," ~sae a ~=adm!nistering the bill. Andrew Plummer, Mrs. Earlhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis Thursday evening. Miss Bernice Miller Schaeffer and Mr. and Mrs. Kleen. Art Hoeltingisapatient at the barn Woodhouse. In- Anne Emery econd, I do not hear the Benny Christensen and family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glen Thoer and MissVeterans Hospital in, Grand ternationally known dog trainer "Sacagawea," Flora answers questions in this easy- Seymour. .s of G~at mass of people inMrs. Michael Henderson andSunday dinner guests of Mr. Vernon Schoof, Dennis and Evarista Gilsdorf visited over Island. nme~braska saying this is three sons of Beatrice came and Mrs. Arnold Hanson were Philip for an albelskiver supper the weekend in Omaha with to-use encyclopedia of dog and ~rs ov . ~o~.ethmg they want or are Wednesday and visited her Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and Sunday evening were Mr. and their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kimminau puppy information. Nebraska's hook-and-line ~o v,S~lin., to - ' The New Speakers Hand-record for rainbow trout is held pay tar. And third, if parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Hailer and Lonnie Theer and daughter and wererecent visitorsin thehome ne. o ~ people of Nebraska do want Cripe, and Dan. Mr. Henderson Richard Howe of Webber. Joyce Jennifer of Lincoln, David Judy Dennis Gilsdorf. of Mrs. Alex Brockman. book," S. H. Simmons. How to by Kevin Vernon of Gering He mK O~pend this much additional is attending Law Enforcement Hansen was a Sunday dinnerand Pat Hafts. Father John Prachar was Ray Pohlmeier of Nazareth,be the life of the podium, took the 13-pound, 2-ounce trout "e.xenJ)ney, then I really feel our officers training school in guest in the Eldon Serensen dismissed from the Mary Texas, is visiting in the home of "Repairing Small Electrical from Tub Springs on March 16, Vlc ~t priority should be to meet Grand Island. home. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Mrs. Hans Mikkelsen visited Lanning Hospital on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoelting. Appliances," Robert Hertzberg. 1972. l~e of our more pressing Mrs. Wayne Moore and Mrs. Hanson were Sunday eveningThursday afternoon with her Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kar- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kaup Do your fuses blow out for no ;" K~e~illed human needs. Roger Hall and Jason of Exeter visitors in the Hanson home. sister, Mrs. Vera Kaldahl. Mrs. mazin have returned from aof Lincoln were weekend guests apparent reason? Does your Selfish individuals contribute thing I would like to visited Tuesday with Mrs. E2DavidPetersen, sonofMr. Iren~ Nelson was a Friday sight-seeing trip to Las Vegas in the home of her father, AI vacuum cleaner spark and very little toward a better 'mJtea.j~asize is that if any person Harold Jansen. and Mrs. Donald C. Petersen, guest of Mrs~. Kaldahl. and California. Menke. sputter? Here is your answer, world. St.. ~.e 37th District wishes to rum ~tif.y for or against a bill being ira in a legislative com- ttee, but is unable to come to end =coin, then I would be glad to ;,,~ ~:.l~ent written testimony in "=~ ~ behalf. I! may not always _Jtee with this testimony, but I .m eel .... . .~..~ mat it is important that iVilO o rlrv ne has a chance to have :~d~r~ voice heard when the " . ~mittee hearings are con- ~alers, ~tad their ~_~" gepre~-i ~ bing ~,t...I_ *_ "l "v" o -.sKm ews Mrs. Ronald Lewis Ruskin Community Church: Rev. Grimm, pastor. Sun- 4, worship, 8:30 a.m. Mart Lutheran Church: in H. Juengel, pastor. Feb. 4, Sunday school, a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Lutheran Church : J. Hiller, pastor. Feb. 3, catchism 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 Feb. 4, Sunday 9:30 a.m.; worship, a.m. Library Hours: lys, 3:45-4:45 p.m. librarian. and Mrs. Andrew or, aecomapnied by Schaeffer, spent 15-19 in Iowa. They seguests of Mrs. gggers in Council they at- the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. of Avoca, Iowa. visited numerous tives. HoftR also attended the dinner for Angela name was omitted week's item. Lanham was a guest in the Nora Lanham for her ay. Mrs. Gene Mrs. Lanham afternoon. and Mrs. Larry Smith were last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. returned at University of Lincoln, Jan. 16 after semester break with Mr. and Mrs. Glen and family. Last evening visitors in the home were Mr. Alvin Jensen and of Cham- , came Jan. 21 his semester break Mr. and Mrs. and Bran. Mrs. Gone Barnett of Concordia guests of her and Mrs. Delbert Benny Christensen and It Pain make you feel better. OMER LONG Cloud, Nebraska Phone 746-3358 INDIAN RIVER 4B SIZE NO 1 WHITE I RUSSET POTATOES :,o ,,.88c VINE .RIPENED TOMATOES ............................. -.39c READY TO EAT D'ANJOU PEARS .............. ,,c.lOc NICE,SOLID HEADS CABBAGE ................ .... ... ......... 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