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Q @ Ideal Murketr! Ik Pound Only HALF HAM K PORTION 49 * ROAST 89 CENTER lb. CUTS .LEy ii BOOTH FROZEN BOOTH BREADED I PERCH FILLETS I SHRIMP S0099 P00g. Box - I= for your E'AT dllar I CANNED GOODS SALE 12-oz. 00omato PASTE ' 46-oz. Tomato JUICE O0 M,x for MATCH HUNTS KETCHUP 26-oz. BOTTLE TO S AUC 4 88 gl ON OIL GREEN GIANT 17-oz. Tins 6-z., I- Tins 66, Btl. BESTYET ANGEL CAKE MIX ill L "RICH IN FLAVOR" GI CALIF. 10'r7 7 Ell I 69 RUBY Bag 2 for 29 IELL FOR SALADS Wilderness Apple- Lemon F ' rench Apple-Raisin Superior, Nebrasks 3 " 0088 Cans MYSTERY SPECIAL ? 15 ? OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKSTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. Burr Oak News.. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and Chris were last Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Date Figge, Mr. Figge and Craig of Wheaton, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren spent four days last week at Enid, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris spent Saturday in Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt, Mrs. Nettle Johnson and Rev. and Mrs. Bill Weber were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick to celebrate Mr. McCormick's birthday. RM3 Ronald Smullins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smullins of Alexandria, Va., is spending two weeks with his parents and other relatives. He is in the Secret Service Department in Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crow of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McMains and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smullins, Curtis, Pamela, Kathleen and Ronnie were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mabel McMains. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch visited his sister, Mrs. Dora Phillippe, at the Mankato hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Phillippi is not so well at this time. Julie Johnson spent the weekend with her sister, Kathy Johnson, of Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates called on Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillet Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett met Rev. and Mrs. Wilford Kaufmann of Miltonvale, and Mrs. June Marcelluc of Em- poria for dinner at Mankato Sunday. Mrs. Kaufmaun, Mrs. Marcellus and Mrs. Gillett are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick attended the post- masters' meeting at Mankato Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker of Courtland to celebrate their 46th wedding anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop visited her mother, Mrs. Edith Clark, the past week. Mrs. Clark is a patient at the con- valescent hospital in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garman and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Deterding of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles Sunday afternoon. Claude Boyles called on Merle Semke Sunday evening. Mrs. Semke is still in the hospital at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles called on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles late Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo and Mrs. Bessie Burton attended the Nazarene Missionary Rally at Smith Center Friday evening. Mrs. Jessie Knight was a Monday dinner guest of Mrs. Mabel McMains. Jerry Roesti was a Thursday overnight guest of Eugene Morris. Marty Boyles stayed with him Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reid and sons of Rock Port, Mo., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Figgins and daughters. Mrs. Lola Lape, Mrs. Lona McCleery, Mrs. Bessie Voboril and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbert of Lebanon called on Mrs. Mamie Mullin Saturday afternoon Mrs. Zelma Paul and Mrs. Ethel Hasty of Red Cloud were Tuesday callers of Mrs. Ollie Moon and Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Northbranch called on Mrs. Mamie Mullin Friday af- ternoon. Mrs. Ollie Moon was a Monday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pettit were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Northbranch. ( Last Week's News) Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon of Superior, Mrs. Douglas Warren and sons of Courtland and Mrs. Encille Lewis were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Carl Westin, Mrs. Jim Wear and Mrs. Lester Suchsland were afternoon callers. Mrs. Irvin Pettit spent Monday and Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Schutte, who was a patient in the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. The Extension Club held a silver tea, craft display and musical Sunday afternoon at the High school auditorium. Many articles were displayed. Rev. and Mrs. Bill Weber were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop enjoyed dinner and visiting at a care in Mankato Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettit, Mrs. Cathy Anderson and Michelle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit, David and Dixie. Mr. and Mrs. John Abel and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Quy of Superior. Mrs. Merle Semke is a patient in the Nuckolls County Hospital at Superior. Dennis Stone of Emporia spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone and Dennis were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone and family of Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Safar of Hubbell, Neb., were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles returned last week from a two months' vacation at Falcon Lake, Zapata, Texas. Mrs. Delmar Boyles met Mrs. Leland Grieving and Mrs. Frank Witcher at Hastings Tuesday. Mrs. Witcher returned home with Mrs. Boyles for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lamb of Esbon and Miss Lela Lamb of Mankato visited Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Boyles Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Witcher went home with Miss Lamb for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of , Hastings bvere Sunday af- ternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. John Abel and Amy Sue were last Monday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes, of Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ayers and family of Fairbury were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Richard Oliver, Mr. Oliver and Charlene. Diana Oliver and Steve Timmons of Colby were Saturday dinner guests and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Culp and Mike were Sunday dinner guests. Olive Hill .... Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen and Nathan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. liliff Banks Thursday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Cutcheon and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson of Superior were dinner =uests of David Aden at a cafe in Hastings Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thornton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Tuesday evening. Tom Nuss of Superior was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family of Superior and Mr. and Pre-Spring Sale The earlier you buy, the more you save Save $4 Save $2 Save 50 You can save up to $4 a bag on Scotts TURF BUILDER, America's favorite lawn fer- tilizer. How? By buying now, before March 14. So this year, enjoy a better lawn. . and bigger savings. Get your Turf Builder today. 15,000 sq ft (67V- lbs) 23r95- 9.95 10,000 sq ft (45 lbs)  7,95 5,000 sq ft (22Pi lbs) .%4,9" 4.95 Savings reduced 50% beginning March 14 MULLET'S Hardware - Furniture - Applnce "Superior's Largest Store Phone 879-3716 Supermr, Nebr. Mrs. Roger Roe and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Verla Roe Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe of Superior Sunday. Mrs. Verla Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roe and family of Superior were dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Roe Saturday evening. Wendell Mohler spent the weekend in Garden City, Kan., as the guest of Susan Purcell. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks visited Mrs. Rena Hofts of Republic Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Arnold, Larry Woerner and Debbie Poole attended the Farm Machinery Show at Kansas City, Mo., Tuesday. On the way home they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Barry and family at Lawrence, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye went to Hastings Friday to get Mrs. Dora Minnick and to Juniata, Neb., to get Mrs. Lavina Clark and brought them home for a visit. In the afternoon they visited Claude Scott at the Long Term Division of the Jewell County Hospital at Mankato. They returned to their homes Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster visited Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair of Mankato Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wiley, Barbara and Tracie of Mankato were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Roe of Superior Sunday. Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, jr., and daughters visited Miss Gertrude Russell of Superior Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Headrick of Jewell left Tuesday morning for Kansas City, Io., to attend the farm machinery show which was held at the American Royal Building. They arrived in Manhattan in time to have breakfast with Kerma Headrick, who is a student at the University. She then ac- companied them to the show. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Roe of Ottumwa, Iowa, met them there for a visit before Mrs. Roe boarded a plane for Las Cruces, where she is visiting her sister, Lucile Graham. Lovewell Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smies, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smies and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and family, Mrs. Emma Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, Denise and Linsey, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchfld, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Mrs. Mary Thomas and children, all families of the Lovewell community, went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle File Thursday, March 9, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B Wednesday night for a house warming. Edwin Marr and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were Tuesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair. The 2A Regional basketball tournament was held at Mankato this week. Frankfort, Kan., won and will go to state tournament at Hutchinson. in The County Court Real Estate Transfers Irwin H. and Helen M. Daykin to Malcolm C. Daykin; un- divided one-fifth interest in 34-4- 5. Raymond L. and Margaret A. Norris to Paul L. Hutchinson and Calvin L. Hayes; Part SW/4 24-1-7. Edwin E. and Lois Estella Thompson to Glen E. and Kathleen R. Thompson; Lot. 5 and Part Lot 4, Peddicord's Subdividion of Block 20 in North Superior. Maude and Frank H. Adams to Frances Irene Hamilton; Lots 11-18, Block 6, Storers' Second Addition to Nelson. Fred Paul to Row Farms, Inc. ; SW/4 26 and W NWV4 35- 4-5. Sylvester J. and Evelyn M. Schmanski to Claude and Freda E. Snyder; Lot 3 and Part Lot 2, Block 28, North Superior. Bert and Iva Ackley to W. Wray and Verda B. Wehrman, jr., N NE/4, Lots 1 and 2 in 28- 1-7. Richard J. and Olive S. Stephenson to Everett Lillich; Undivided one-half Interest in N/2 N and Lots 1-4, 29-1-7, SEV4 20-1-7, and Part NW/4 28-1- 7. Christine I. Corman to Vernon L. Corman; SEV4 21-4-5. Roger C. and Hattie M. Wulf to Richard E. and Gloria A. Wulf; SX/4 5-1-8, E E NWV4 and NEV4 SWV4 8-1-8. Henry C. and Eva Dillman to Floyd E. and or Alice F. Meyer; Part Lots 2 and 3, Block 6, Storers' Second Addition to Nelson. Probate Department Estate of Lloyd Elliot, deceased; final decree. Estate of Fannie Kempkes, deceased; petition for final settlement and determination of I I inheritance tax. Set for hearing March 20 at 2:00 p.m. Estate of Louis Buchleiter, deceased; petition for final settlement and set for hearing March 20 at 10:30 a.m. Estate of William E. Drake, deceased; final settlement and set for hearing March 20 at 10:00 a.m. Estate of Bernice Barfknecht, deceased: amended inventory. Traffic Violations State of Nebraska vs. Wayne Elsey; speeding, $75.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. David W. Gose; littering, $25.{}0 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Robert Myers; no Nebraska state in- spection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. D'Are R. Mullet; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. C. James Watkins; evading fuel tax, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Ran- cher Lee Preddy; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Charles N. Owen; driving while in- toxicated, $100.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Stephen Moore; petty larceny, $50.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Judy A. Karmazin; speeding, $35.00 and costs. Marriage Department Francis Charles Garlick, jr., 19 of Superior and Terri Lynn Mumm, 17, of Fresno, Calif., married by County Judge Lee Wall, with Kate Whartman and Peggy Uhrmacher as wit- nesses. In The District Court Perry D. Franks vs. Marie Franks; petition for divorce, dismissed. State of Nebraska vs. Daniel Cejka; released from probation. Janice L. Aden vs. J. David Aden; petition for divorce. State of Nebraska vs. Charles M. Whitney, transcript. Joyce Hoskins vs. Lindell E. Hoskins, petition for divorce. State .of Nebraska vs. Donald E. Winslow; transcript. Debra Diehl vs Geral Lynn Diehl; petition for divorce. State of Nebraska vs. Jimmy Webber; probation for 30 months, $400.00 costs and restitution. l l l SUPERIOR and these fine merchants Farmers State Bank Security National Bank Seever Speciality Shoppe For the Finest in Identification Nebraska Neon Sign Co. Call Collect Lincoln (402)- 432-6563 I .... THE DODGE BOYS SAY: If you want to know about pickups, ask the owner, not the maker. I've been driving Dodges for about 18 years so I just wanted another one. This one really handles good.., it rides nice and the cab has lots of room. Some of the equipment I really enjoy is the adventure kit, the air conditioning, and espe- cially the power steering and brakes. In fact, this truck drives easier than my car. My wife likes to drive it, too. J. Scott Loveless IR. LOVELESS HAS OWNED DODGE TRUCKS FOR 18 YEARS. DRIVE A DODGE YOURSELF. YOU'LL SEE WHAT WINS US THIS KIND OF LOYALTY. Oe00.lge This year, if you're not driving a Dodge pickup from the Good Guys at i Kelth Eiel Motors I * 60 We....you,re in a heap o' trouble. m==