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t :4" THE S tJPERIO_ R I~XP~ES~ Thursday, March 3, 19S3 father of Mrs. Roger Roe. near Superior Monday evening. (L-- : ...... .- ............................ ~ worksheets and activities to do A full-busted !~0/ HIIL ~~~1 Ch Ch in the privacy of yotw home, at need additional Mr. and Mrs. Vernon MolderKevin Knoell, Suverior, is a : # ~. I your own place. There are no fullness created by and Pastur and Mrs. Art Taylor, new resident of this corn- * Kearney, were Sunday dinner munity~ living in the rental ~ et S atter ire.tings to attend and no use all-over lace or , 1 Ve 1 OCa guuts of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver property of Mr. and Mrs. Loule ..... ___ BY CHET HAWLEY ...... ~) dealines. Contact the Ext mion create the feminine , ~ ---- PeckS, Hasemeyer, jr. He is employed cooperahve Extension Service Universfly of Nebraska office for more information. The small-busted The Bible study ladies met at by Alexander Motors Inc., Serving Nuckolls County Use Lace To Aiter benefit from using gi By Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, Jr. anniversary, the Superior Manor Thursday Superior. Easy On The Ashes Logs made from rolling Appearance pleated lace and ruff Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hyde, Mrs. Ralph Dye visited her morning. Lines in fabric and garments the bustline. Joe Range, extension forester newspapers and magazines Dianna, Sheila and Terry, mother, Mrs. Laving Clark,Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Mrs. Dew Stansbury, Burr reports that since more people should particularly he avoided can play tricks on our eyes and create illusions. Those lines are Add A belt To Superior, were weekend guests Junlata, Saturday. Woerner and Michelle visited Oak, called on Mrs. Della Roe are burning wood, many car- for garden ashes. Newsprint found in all types of fabrics, Fashion War~ of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau, Pastor and Mrs. Gone Little Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner Thursday. ' dens may be receiving enough contains 16 times as much including lace. If you want to If you want Stanley, Susan and David. They and SeanandPastorand Mrs.~ ~ %:---=-----~----::---~-; := ..... L= L--Tv 7; ~ ashes to damage the soil, inhibit cadmium as wood, magazinessew lace for holidays or afashionableimitatio~ were all Saturday eveningJim Grman' Forms' at" Cl 0fi hO/ S NeWS Plant growth and even make seven times as much and special occasion, think about suede belt to your wsl visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph tended a Village Missionary some vegetables unsafe to eat. colored comics 26 times as theimpact thedesign of the lace season, here are sor Kimmin u and family near get-to,ether at the home of Used in moderation, however, much. 'Ma tkato. Pastor and Mrs. Tom Gee]d, .............. ashes can be a beneficial soil will have on your figure,think about. First, Mr. andMrs. Clare Schuster Scottsville, Kan.,Monday. ---i ......... ~~ ~-p~i-Pari i~ts-ii2a-rKi 3, supplement. 8eleetDlsea|eResistantA petite person should use fabric you want to u$ ~;el"e Wednesday supper guests Mrs. Della Roe was a Sundayp g: ey A. Block 6, O. T. Superior. Excessive amounts of ash can Varieties lace detail to draw the eye obi sashes with i of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlln, $22; Mark B. make slightly acid softs Gardeners are being deluged upward from the bodice to the gathers that form a neckline and create the illusion across the waistline, 'Schuster, Kelli, Matthew and Rex Headrick and Sherry near McLau lin, $13; Dennis E.f- ......................... alkaline. Ph values of 9.0 in soft with an avalanche of seed of the height. Ruffled tiers and pliable knit suedes st "~'~n to honor Mr. andMrs.Jeweil. Shroyer.,_,lO. i\ Edg~ ~" samples can occur where ash is catalngs' all with striking coir lace goiug acru the bdice will chice" Imitatin II Clare Schuster on their wedding andSundaYMrs.dinnerBill guestSKimminau,Of Mr. intrarmit,Rlck J.fj sMangers,and costs.expired heavilyplant growth.applied' thus affecting vegetablesprints gland near-perfeCtornamentals, add fullness and reduce height stiffer non-woven Stanley, Susan and David were Dean L. Pedersen, count one, Although ash contains small How do you select the right of a tall, slim person. To Glen- usually best for belts derize a queen size figure, draw that need to hold tly Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hyde, ove'weight on axle, $25, and ..... By Ruth McLaugidin amounts of heavy metals, most variety with so many to choose attention to the face with Also, it's best to sol, Nelva Maya entertained metals would cause no problem, from? Vegetables are selected Dianna, Sheila and Terry, unt two, overweight on axle, friends and neighbors at a However, cadmium should based on their 'yield potential delicate lace at the neckline, that doesn't stretc Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Leave the middle of the dress some imitation Tony Kimminau, Guide Rock. Nelson Traffic Court coffee for Gladys Mills on her not he added in large amounts and quality and ornamentals on plain and finish with lace at the suede stretch more th Pastor and Mrs. Clinton Lawrence N. Essink, birthday. Attending were to soils where lettuce is grown, their aesthetic value. With some Ferguson and Ranae, Burr Oak, speeding, $13 and costs. Lorainne Powell, Laving Beck, according to a research report garden and landscape plants, a hemline. Ruffles, lace-trimmed Adding a belt by ,. ~ , were Fridayeveningvisitorsat Probate Department Lorene Maya, Joyce Larimore, from the University of Rhode compromise must be made yokes and cap sleeves can pattern or making ,:, ....v,,oo, s,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Estate of Merle R. Craig;Marguerite Peters, Blanche Island. between disease resistance and extend the shoulder line for a own designs is a ..... Mitchie Woerner and Michelle. election to purchase real estate. Kinnison. LeAnn Michel and The safe rate for applying yield and quality. There is no person with narrow shoulders, give yourself a Several from this community Reai Estate Transfers Angla, Ida Huxtable, Ruth wood ash to gardens would be perfect variety, but usually a / -- D,,, RENT IT AT: attended the funeral of Ernest First FederalSavings&Loan Graham and Lola Skinner. about a 5 gallon pall (or 20 satisfactory compromise may'1,,7V~l~~lll'....:lt: GAMBLES Kroeger at the St. Paul toBrodetoneMemm'ialHoepitalEdgar Auxiliary, Unit 248, pounds) per l,000 square feet on be reached. If you prefer a 1/~SaS S a V~ Lutheran Church, Byron Association; Lot 4, Block 8, had its annual Presidents' Day a year to year basis, susceptible variety, you need to Superior, Nebraska Monday morning. He was theHunter's First Addition topot luck dinner at the Legion. It is most important not to explore alternative disease .......... i t Superior, District I0 president, Delores burn newsprint in stoves where control methods, suchas Brodstone Memorial Hospital Krebsbach, Lawrence, attended ashes will he used on gardens, fungicides and sanitation. By Keltb Roe Rehabilitation Ellis Chirol c Clinic Assoelati. to Superior Family and spoke. Lap robes were tied .................................. --, Efforts that would havethe power to T Medical Center; Lot 4, Block 8, afterwards. O? ~1/ raised the 3.2 beer (CMB) eligibility criteria SUl0er!~0.and Josephine Miller to last Tuesday. She is the mother County Home Extension Agent ~J little success and may be dead state has been apprl for the session. Two bills that House and sent to the of Kenneth Dohse. Angus. and By Mary Alice German. Nuckolls Vincent Miger and William grandmother of Ruth .... _1 would have raised the age from more hearings Mi~;NWandENE%,7-3- McLaughlin. They all left YonrBudget: off by the word "budget," think 18 have both been killed in a sideration. Thebill Cerebrovascular Accident: AKA-CVA or Stroke A stroke or cerebrovascular accident occurs when the blood supply of an area of brain cells ~s cut off for a long period of hme. resulting in the death of the deprived cells due to tack of oxygen and nutr=ents essentla for the proper function of the brain The blood vessels may be blocked by atherosclerosis Presented in the public interest lot clothng, or hemorrhaging. The better health by the Ellis ~rocess ~s s~milar to that of a Chiropractic Clinic. hear! attack, the difference igeinq ceil death ~n the brmn ~urmg a stroke ypical symptoms include fmpaired memory and attention "span tingling or lack of feeling in limbs, a feeling of heaviness in the hmbs and loss of move- ment Symptoms are often restr=cted to one side of the body, as seen m the frequent right-- or left-sided paralys~s Strokes may be so small that they are not even noticed or so severe as ~o be fatal, Pred=sposing factors are prolonged high blood 13ressure, ~therosclerosis diabetes old age, obesity, and c,garette smoking Preventive health care includes sp=nal adjustment freeing flow O! tl~e ne~v~t0~he cramum: restricting sodium ~ntake to reduce high blood pressure, reducing cholesterol intake to prevent further ChOlesterol buildup m blood vessels, reduction of obesity and abstinence of c~garette smoking Or. Lyle D. Ellis 206 E. Jeltersen Mankat~ Kan. 66956 913-378-3202 8. J. P. Nielsen. personal rep, t, esent~tive, to Mary d. Friday to attend her funeral on Saturday. Alice Dohse's mother died Feb. 5. 16 ft. Tandem Axre "l'railers 8 ft. Single Axle Trailers 842 East Fifth St Superior. Neb House committee. Making It Work For Youof this process as developing a Money problems Is anyone spending plan. That's. what As of this writing, my best ever really free of them? you're really doing-planning guess scenario for the tax Few families have enough your spending. To assist in delimma is as follows: a $70 to money for everything they want developing a spending plan, 100 million severance tax on the and need. If you find it harder to pick up the learn-a t-home governor's desk in late March. make your paycheck stretch course offered now at the local The overriding factor in the 1963 between paydays, maybe you extension service office. It's severance tax debate ~f ~ should have a well-thought-out called "Your Budget : Making It small revenues because plan which allows for Work For You." This course the rapidly declining value of emergencies, as well as can help you learn to manage crude oil and (2) decliningRoB necessities and luxuries. .your financial resources better, completes Since most people are turned It includes good information basic Your Land Bank offers long-term cr~lit with cam petitive rates and affordable payments, 1the I.md lk=nk production in Kansas. I believe we may pass a three cents motor fuels tax increase. One penny back to local governments and two cents to match new federal highway money. I do not believe the statewide sales tax will be increased. There will probably be modest increases in "sin" taxes. Luxury tax increases on alcohol and tobacco will raise $10 to 20 million. in an adj individuals currently from the state's assistance fund. The [/ this measure is to the state's general fund for fiscal 1983 years. Airman Ronald of Mr. and Mrs. Don Republic, has been Chanute Air after completing basic training. The now receive spec struction in the eq~pment field. He graduate of A bill designed to keep solvent School. the state's unemployment fund was signed into law earlier this Ouch! week. Emba rrassment A bill that would give the your boss do what yoU, secretary of Social and him couldn't be. done. Very shortly, the withhold 10% of the interest This means you won't h of the interest you earn. It costs will be involved to O ;rnment will begin to rn on your savings. g and immediate use means that additional with this regulation; costs that will affect you...the saver. If you don't think this is right, it's not too late to do something about it. Fill out this special petition. You can send it directly to your Senator or Congressman or simply return it to us. We'll make sure Washington gets your message. I I I I I I I I I I I I i Name I I am absolutely opposed to any withholding of my interest or dividends for taxes. I urge you to work for repeal of the new law that requires such withholding. I I I Address I I City I tl / State Zip Send this petition to your Senator, or Congressman. or return it to any of our offices. The Honorable Congresswoman House of Representatives 3rd Dist. Nebraska ~!r . 2202 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 Representative Pat Roberts 1428 Longworth House Office Washington, D,C. 20515 Farp ers State Bank and Trust Co. Superior, Nebraska Superior, The Honorable J. James Exon United States Senator Suite 3313 Dirksen Senate Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510 The Honorable Edward Zorinsky United States Senator 431 Russell Senate Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510 Senator Nancy Kassebaum 304 Russell Senate Office Building Wasington, D.C. 20510 $'Ponsored By The Following Nuckolls County Financial Institutions: Hardy State Bank Commercial Bank Hardy, Nebraska Nelson. Nebraska First Federal Savings & Loan A Division of Home Federal of Lexington Superior. Nebraska Senator Bob Dole 2213 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 Scroggin & Co. Oak, Nebraska Lawrence State Bank Lawrence, Nebraska