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February 15, 1973

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ing are read first. During time the legislator is be in his seat as the Valley View News that are ready for final read in its entirety. If a |torhas done his homework paid attention to the when the bill was file, which first stage of floor con- he probably already his mind made up and to the reading of the is hardly necessary. are many other things can happen during the~ sessions, but most of time is taken up in of bills on general If a bill is at all con- this is the time when fully debated. General file ztes are some of the most in our day and that is taken at the end debate is often the most life of a bill. session usually ends noon and is almost by a luncheon Noons are often the time when senators are to meet with other seantors in pending There is seldom a eaten here where the chief of conversation is not !.the afternoon, committee at 2:00 p.m. Each is assigned to tom- so he has a hearing afternoon. These usually conclude by are often followed executive .sessions where s decision on to advance the bill is senators do not have to themselves or three nights a the members of the will be invited to meetings with various or groups. On the there is usually a who wants a chance to a bill with a senator like answering mail research on bills or reading the bills in for the next day's that. are never short here, neither are they ever dull. by the legislature Past week dealt primarily non-controversial bills. failure of the partisan bill, LB 9, to get the necessary to go on the anathe defeat of my own v,zlcials salary bill much excitement. ote was among the 29 LB 9because I that a par- will make the ature more responsive to The defeat of my 74 was an indication the legislature is not going very willing to take any for any action affect local taxes. hoards still have the to raise county of. salaries and I do hope ~Y will do so for the coming ~-year term. ~uc.h of this week's action m committee hearings. ~ny key hills including a hill School land sales, the new ~dlord-tenant hill, a state ~k USer fee hill, Senator ~smussen's hill to change the ~te for Memorial ~eran's Days ~,^^,. ,_ and ! dates anU SetnatU : tpenters bill to have the iversity of Nebraska take Hiram Scott ana Pershin FJleges were heard. All of arepotentially important -me hope some of you will vmow your feelings about ur any other legislation we considering. t can make you feel mtter, ~ When YOu're sick or hurt, you [ I~ deserve a little personal at- |:~tention. At State FarrninPse~ / |!~ Son to Person health I,i: ance rev ves that old- I~ fashioned idea of personal ~!! attention. Yet t protects ou '~ against toda,,'s --- Y ,ca, costs. ' :['; Sure You get extra money if / ] ~come i! YOu're disablan / You're in the hospital Or t -/ ./L. o ER LONG / Jked Cloud, aebraskal i Phonez46-33Se / @@#@ By Mrs. Ella Summers Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sharer, Nancy and Kelly of Lexington visited Saturday night and Sunday with the Arnold HeR- man family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kugler of Salina called Sunday af- ternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed. Mrs. Ella Summers was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mile Rhoads at a care in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Wilde of Superior were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Darrell Reed. Dale Crispin was in Concordia at the hospital Thursday where he had a medical check-up. The V-Club ladies met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Arnold Ross. Mrs. Darrell Reed was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Heitman attended the funeral of Mr. Heitman's uncle. Ernest Harms, in Pine Bluffs, Wyo., Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and family of Sutton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber. They helped Carmen celebrate her sixth birthday which was Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen. Mrs. Eldon Aeschliman and daughters of Topeka were Saturday morning callers at the Keith and Tom McKeown homes. Mrs. Ella Summers was a Thursday night guest of the Jim Healey family. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill were in Manhattan Friday and Saturday helping Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann move to an apartment. Diane HeRman of Lincoln visited her parents, Mr. and TEXAS RED FLORIDA PINEAPPLE JUICE ORANGES ............. 25,o.'1 WASHINGTON WHITE RUSSET POTATOES ....... 10,.-.79c RED CHERRY TOMATOES ........................... ,,,, 33c ALIFORNI'A AVOCADOS ................................. .,c.19c ,CARROTS .................................... '"" WHITE SATIN WITH COUPON BELOW 10 b. IN NABISCO PINWHIIILS OR CHOC. IDEAL PEAHUTBARS 2,-,..99c KITTY CLOVER FREE CORN CHiP PACK Twin POTATO CHIPS ............... Pa.k 59C WHITE SATIN BI iT SUGI,R O-,b. $1 lz ~,h Bag ~oupon Mrs. Erich Heitman, over the i weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth HenriKsen and Darcie of Courtland were Sunday dinner guests. Sunday evening supper guests at the Paul Rathbun home were Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family, Mr. and Mrs Tom Rathbun and Heidi, Mrs. Tom Mason and family. Mrs. Paul Rathbun attended a 4-H Leaders meeting in Mankato Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber, Mrs. Eleanor Crispin and Dwayne Crispin were Thursday evening supper guests at the Don Webber home in Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber visited their son, Alvin, in Glasco Friday evening. ( Last Week's News) Daryl Healey spent Saturday and Saturday night with his grandmother, Mrs. Ella Summers. Mr.-~and Mrs. Paul Rathbtm returned home Jan. 29 from a trip that took them to Phoenix, Ariz. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Roles. A cousin of Mrs. Rathbun, Mrs. Roles is the former Marcia Mae Reid. They also visited Lucile Graham and Dorothy Sloan at Las Cruces, N. M., and other places of interest.. Mr. and Mrs. Edwm Ross and Mrs. Arnold Ross made a business trip to Holdrege Wednesday. Callers Sunday afternoon at the Tom Rathbun home were 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hale of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Keith MeKeown, Dan, Lynette and Susan visited Sunday with Dwayne McKeown in Hays, Kan. Dwayne Crispin was a Sunday dinner guest at the Paul Rath- bun home. In the afternoon Dwayne and Mrs. Rathbun attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Onno Beckmann in Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Erich HeRman called Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Martha Grauerholz in Byron. Amy and Phillip Mason of Superior have spent this week with their grandparents Mr.and Mrs. Paul Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton and Debra visited over the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Sheesley, and Mr. Sheesley in Hays. Ruth Rathbun called Friday afternoon on Mrs. Ed Mueller in Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill and Mark were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kendell in Manhattan and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi were Monday eveninf callers at the Paul Rathbun home. Nebraska's trapping seasons on mink and muskrat close on March 15. Thursday, February 15, 1973THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7 B Formoso News Mrs. ttarold Morris was admitted to the Jewell County Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan visited about a week in Albert Lee, Minn., with Mrs. Dunstan's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyler, and on Saturday they spent the day with her brother, E. S. Wilson, who is a patient in a Minneapolis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korbelik of Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Handley of Crown Point, Ind., were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed~,ar Isaacson from Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Donald Howland is a patient in the St. Joseph ttospital in Concordia. Rex Blanding and two sons of St. John, Kan., visited over the weekend in Formoso Cleo Blanding is in Dallas-" visiting her daughter and family. Ray Studer has been ill for several weeks. His doctor has confined him to his home this past week. Mrs. Ethel Clark fell and broke her left arm one day last week. She is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watson for a while. Mrs. Etta Young entertained the Double Six Club at her home Friday afternoon. 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