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GOLDEN RIPE SO CONVENI ENT GOOD ANYTIME & TRY WITH CHEESE RED RIPE GOOD SO MANY WAYS 24 oz. Ctn. Large Stalk lb. BESTYET CURD Pound Pkg. PETER PAN Pkgs. BRACFt 16 oz. CHOC Pkg. RFRTYET lb. Box SALAD H. RADISH 16 oz. Jar Straight From WHOLE BONELESS BONELESS HEADLESS WHOLE AND COOKED quickly and is easy to Prepare- maximum value per Food Dollar - are Rich in Vitamins and Minerals - in Fats and High in "FilI-Ability"- provides all the Protein needed each da' GERBER 4 VARIETIES Pkgs. We Put In A Courtesy Booth Superior, Nebraska OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKSTAND5 IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. By Mrs. Marshall Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Eric Aspegren of Russell, Kan., visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Cosand were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch visited his sister, Mrs. Dora Phillippe, at the Long Term Care Hospital in Mankato Friday forenoon. In the af- ternoon they visited his sister, Miss Cora Fitch, of Jewell. Laverne Schaffer and Roger of Norfolk were last weekend oeeeee Mrs. Mabel McMains is a patient in the Red Cloud hospital for tests and ob- servation. Mrs. Dan Pettit is a patient in the Red Cloud hospital with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schirtz and family of Monument, Kan., were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gutscher and Clarence Fearing. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family were supper guests. Mrs. Neal Boyles was Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansen and Ernest Christensen visited Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Hansen at the Good Samaritan Village in tlastings on Sunday, Feb. 4. Early Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kastrup were called to [lastings by (he death of Rev. Hansen. They spent the day with Mrs. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Christensen also visited Mrs. ltansen Monday afternoon. On Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ansgar Christensen, who came from Corpus Christi Texas, and Ernest Christensen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kastrup to tfastings to attend Memorial Services for Rev. Hansen at the Propel at the Good Samaritan Village. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christensen, who came in response to the message of Rev. Thursday, February 8, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ~ B Mrs. F. G. Dillon entertained ......... -= - ....... the quilting ladies at her homeI--~ m I~t=, this week. .L u,'c4L/m Mr, and Mrs. Warren Jep- pesen and daughters of Clay By Miss BerniceMiller Center and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kim- Barnett and daughters of minau and family were Sunday Concordia were weekend guests evening visitors in the Leomard of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jep- Rempe home near Superior. pesen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller Bohaty of Schuyler joined them and family of Guide Rock were on Sunday. Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Mrs. August Wissing of Kucera home. Superior spent Sunday af- The S.T Stephen's Altar ternoon in the Louis Noblitt Society sponsored a bake sale home. Saturday at the Legion hall in The following were guests Lawrence. Sunday evening in the home of A bridal shower honored Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Renz and Connie Schroer Sunday af- sons to honor Mr. and Mrs. Renz ternoon in St. Stephen's Church for an early celebration of their hall. She will be married to 20th wedding anniversary, Feb. Dean Haba on Feb. 24. 18: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Werner Sunday dinner guests in the Al and children of Carleton, Mr. Kimminau home were Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson dismissed from the Red Cloud tlansen's death, also attended andMrs. B. L. Renz and family, Mrs. Jack Pohlmeier and Harris. hospital Friday and is the memorial service in Mrs. E. C. H. Renz, Kathryn Jo family and Miss Mary Jane The Country Club Ladies and recuperating at home. ltastings. Services were held in Jenssen and Rogene Kimminauof Grand Island, Mr. the (~olden Rule Club ladies Bethany Church in Ruskin Christensen. and Mrs. Wencil Kucera and were guests of the Excelsior Glen Figgins and children of Wednesday afternoon, burialM.D. Renz and Victor Sch- family and Mr, and Mrs. James Club members at a noon salad Grand Island, Mr. and Mrs. was in Spring Creek Cemetery. midt, who participated in the Kimminau and sons. luncheon at the Methodist Carl Figgins of Mankato andMr. and Mrs. Harvey Hav~senState American Legion Bowling Sunday dinner guests in the Church basement Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and left Friday morning for an Tournament, received secondLevi Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer of Lucas, Kan.,family were Sunday dinner indefinite visit with relatives in place in doubles. They Mrs. Bernard Miller and family was guest speaker, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oregon. represented KoUing Post No.of Shickley. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis San- Figgins and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pointer,242. Kolling Post represen- derson and Mrs. Cora Wears of Mrs. Max Bowman of Salina accomapnied by S. G. Mohlerof tatives, who attended the state Mr. and Mrs. Ray Herz Mankato called on Mr. and Mrs. was dismissed from the hospital ttebron, attended a county convention in York the pastcelebrated their 25th wedding Floyd Myers Friday afternoon. Thursday. She had major superintendents luncheon inweekend, were Mr. and Mrs. anniversary Sunday. i Mrs. Wilbure Smith of surgerytwo weeks ago. Mr. and Lincoln Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hoyer and Mr. and Sunday guests in the Joe Superior was a Friday dinner Mrs. Clarence Maag and Mrs.Pointer called at the LarryMrs. Lyle Sorensen. Schutte home were Mr. and guest of Mr. and Mrs. FloydDuane Spatz and Patty were Smith home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith Mrs. George Maloney of Myers. _ . with her at the time of her Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Larsen and family were Sunday dinner Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel This month is Boy ~cout surgery, and Joetta and Leslie Brandt guests in the Robert Wulf home Hoelting of Minden and Mr. and month. The Boy Scouts attended Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and were Friday evening supper in Ohiowa and visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Choquette and the Christian Church last Ruth were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mrs. Leonard Smith in the family of Franklin. Sunday and the Friends Church dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin and Heather of Nelson to afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ost- at North Branch Sunday. Darrell McCartney and family honor Mrs. Melvin forher birth- Mr. and Mrs. Rolland dick and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Douglas Pair visited his ofInland, Neb., and visited with day. fFranzen and children spent Schroer attended the wedding of grandmother, Mrs. Bess Pair, her sister, Mrs. Bruce Brown, Mrs. William Sorensen o Saturday with his parents, Mr. Marilyndianola. SaturdayStritt on FridaYthey attendedat In- at the Red Cloud hospital Mr. Brown and family. The Lincoln andMrs. Ernest Nelson and Mrs. Alvin Franzen, of the funeral of Robert Laughlin, Thursday evening. Mrs. Ralph Smullins and Mr.ladies are nieces of Mr. Ross. spent last Saturday eveningBruning. Mr. and Mrs. Ross were with Mrs. Ova Schultz. Mrs.Friday evening guests of Mrs. husbandofVeraWitte, aformer and Mrs. Gerald McMains overnight and Sunday guests of Schultz and Kathy and Brad H. F. Renken were Mrs. Ray Lawrence resident, at Cam' visited their mother, Mrs. Ruth in Hastings. Schultz were Monday eveningChristiansen, Mrs. Cora bridge. Mabel McMains, at the hospital Pedersen and Mrs. Vera Miss Betty Bolte of Kearney Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Entwistle of Mankato were Sunday evening coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mrs. Lottie Myers was hostess to the Country Club ladies Wednesday afternoon. RuskinNews By Mrs. Ronaid Lewis Ruskin Community Presbyterian Church: Rev. Forrest Grimm, pastor. Thursday, Feb. 15, Guild, 2 p.m. at home of Mrs. Evon Sykes. Sunday, Feb. 18, worship, 8:30 a.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Rev. Martin H. Juengel, pastor. Sunday, Feb. 18, Sunday school, 8:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Bethany Lutheran Church: Rev. Edward J. Hiller, pastor. Thursday, Feb. 15, ALCW, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, catechism classes, 9 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Rev. A. E. Rasmussen, guest pastor. Fellowship dinner, 12:00 noon and mortgage burning, 2:00 p.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Wednesdays, 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Mrs. Ed Rogge, librarian. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Geneva were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Earl Schaeffer. Cindy Lanham was a Saturday dinner guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lanham. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and family spent last Sunday in the Leonard Smith and Arthur Wulf homes in Ohiowa. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evon Sykes were Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress and , Mr. and Mrs. Eynner Anderson of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogge accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. William Moeller visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and Terry of Fairmont, helping Mrs. Miller celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage attended funeral services for an aunt of Mr. Brakhage in Ashland on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Brakhage spent Saturday forenoon with the Kenneth Corman family of near Superior. Jeannie Lewis of Kearney Ill I | I"l lsmmm guests of Mrs. Harold Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schultz Kaldahl. Mrs. Renken's Sunday spent the weekend in the home attended the funeral of Kendall Knarr of Jewell Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis were guests at a Vaden Powell banquet at Cawker City Sunday evening. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lewis, and Richard. They and Mrs. F. G. Dillon were Sunday dinner guest~ of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noblitt. Joyce Hansen and Pat Hofts were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howe of Webber. Bethany Singers of. Christ presented a number at the Methodist Church in Webber at the Sunday morning service. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Kastrup, joined them for coffee. Mrs. Wayne Schultz called on Mrs. Ova Schultz Wednesday af- ternoon and together they visited Mrs. Ed Schultz. Mrs. Harry Jensen, Jesse, .lames, Jerry and Jay Jensen of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen of Clay Center were Sunday evening supper guests of Mrs. F. G. Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schier- meyer and daughters, joined by evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Renken of Geneva. Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Darrell Biltoff home to honor Janet Biltoft for her third birthday were Mr. and Mrs. George McCartney of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCartney and Jim of Hastings, Mrs. Darrell Mc- Cartney, Carol and Randy of Inland. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCartney, Teresa and Julie of Mr. andMrs. FredSchiermeyer Nelson, Richard Dane of of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. ,~J-Iebron and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Soukop and Mr. and Mrs. [ Homer Biltoft and Donna. Jerry Soukop and Debbie of Superior, visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fish may be snagged in Robert Schiermeyer and Nebraska only in the Missouri family, to help Robert celebrate River and only from October 1 iris birthday, throu~,h~April 30. ~af her parents, Mr, and Mrs. wrenee Bolte. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kim- minau and Karen were Wed- nesday visitors in the Jerome Mazour home in Nelson. Recent visitors in the Irvin Schroer home were Jim Schroer and Miss LaVon Buhr of Hastings and Miss Marianne Schroer of Lincoln. The St. Stephen's Home School Association sponsored a variety supper on Feb. 11. Art Hoelting has returned home from the Veterans Hospital in Grand Island where he had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour and family of Nelson visited Friday evening in the Levi Miller home. l il Cost Share assistance in all conservation practices such as building terraces, waterways, ponds, land leveling and grass seeding ARE DISCONTINUED The President of the United States Richard M. Nixon, White House, Washington D. C. 20500 REPRESENTATIVE - Keith Sebelius U. S. Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. 20510 SENATOR-Bob Dole---SENATOR-James B. ! 117 Longworth, House Office Bldg., Washington, D. C. 20515 THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE JEWELL COUNTY CONSERVATION CONTRACTORS