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[ " / News COFFEE CUP PLACE YOU'VE EVER SEEN... FOOD STORES mmm-=ma--,CLIP THIS COUPON"m"m""q I SANITARY NAPKINS II 40 Count Package IIly Without-S1.44 Bestyet Food Stores Expires: 3/21/73 Sales Tax applicable to price without coupon I Immnmmmmmmmmmm mmummmmml KRAFT SINGLES lb. pkg. Flat Tin 20oz. 59c Cont, One Half $149 Gallon zoo oz. $139 for 3,o, 33= 89c Btl. CK WOULD BE PROUD OF THESE STARKIST CHUNK STYLE BUDGET- lb. Poly Bag CRISpy RUNCHY Stalk Large Size for GRADE "A" LARGE PATRICIAN T0mLET TISSUE OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CH E CKSTAN OS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISEO ITEMS. Rolls Doz anYWhere else in the World / 'Superior, Nebraska J.hnston home Wednesday Thursday, March 15, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESSSB aft ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson Sunday al the home of Mr. and lhe governor and ask him if (LastWeek'sNews) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mosier, and Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Mrs. Clarence C. Wilton and what you've "heard" is true, ByMrs. BasiIJohnson Mr. ;mddMrS. Gary Hold, andPelerson and family were family. ~cl print the story, burn your Mr. Mrs. Richard Paul Friday supperguests in the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan files and become a nun, (d) Mr. and Mrs. M. Jennings, jr., returned home Sunday after a were in Lincoln Feb. 22. dens tloyer home. .f Formoso visited Bill Dun- (h)n'l print Ihe story and turn Ihree weeks' vacation in south Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mosier Mrs. Bruce Scroggin was at s V ')nday, Mrs. Knox McKee Times.(he fries over to the New York Texas. , and Mr. and Mrs. Herb St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lin- The Woman s Club is in need ihqnrichs recently returned coin fi)r plastic surgery on went to Hastings with her .... While you are covering a of len more green stamp books Irom a tl-day sightseeing trip Thursday. She returned home daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gordon trial, the defendant says some in order to get two swinging through Louisiana, Mississippi on Saturday. McKee. nasly things about the judge, benches for the park. If you and Texas. Twelve residents attended who orders the remarks have not turned in your books . Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Paul [ News From [ Sunday school Monday evening, s,,'icken from the record and please place in boxes in the recently returned from a Many flowers have been forbids any reporters from sh)res or give to Mrs. Adolph month's trip. They visited with [ Good Samaritan I br,,ughl to the Center which publishing the statement, You Doering or Mrs. Robert Stofer. relat ives in Texas and I Center 'residenls.have bten very enjoyable to the decideand rel~)rtt (a)whatignorethe defendantthe judge The athletic banquet will be March 19 at 6:30 at the school gym. All students who are in high school and participated in sports will be admitted without charge, but will have to have a free pass. The Davenport American Legion Auxiliary card party will be Monday, March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson went to Nelson Tuesday to help California. They also spent a said, (b) ignore the judge and few days with Mr. and Mrs. Don(Last Week's News) i,ichly of Chandler, Ariz. A hmg-time resident, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson Anna Simonsen, died early last and family of Deshler visited Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mosier Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson Friday night, of Formoso visited Bill Dunstan The Davenport Community and Mrs. Ann Morris. school had their parent teacher- Guests of Mrs. Donald conference last Wednesday. It Davidson this week were Mr. was a real success with 85 and Mrs. Lester Marquart of percent of the parents at- Floyd Notebook Lorimer passed the print what both the defendant said and the judge said, (c) slick you tongue out at the judge, (d) don't print anything you were told not to, but misspell the judge's name when you write your story, -After a particulary hectic night of football, you find the paper incorrectly said your Mrs. Grace Kenley celebrate her birthday. She enjoyed the many cards she received. Rev. and Mrs. Folmer Far- slrup of Omaha were dinner guests Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson and Murray. The Lutheran church men of Christ Lutheran Church had as their guests Monday night the men of St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Davenport and the men of Zion Lutheran Church of Shickley. The Rev. Folmer Farstrup of Omaha showed the slides of his trip to the Holy Land. There were 45 present. Basil Johnson returned home Sunday afternoon after being gone for over two weeks on a crusie with the Navy Air Reserve. While at Memphis, Tenn., he visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill King and family. Mrs. Marie Wall was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer at Bostwick for dinner Feb. 25. That weekend her grandson, Ralph Wall, of Holdrege stayed with her. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Oellerich and Mrs. Marie Wall were breakfast guests MondaY of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Horner of Carleton. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oellerich of Oak and Mrs. Marie Wall were dinner guests in the home of Fritz Oellerich. The occasion was to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Oellerich's 40th wedding anniversary. District 1 teachers' con- vention will be in Lincoln March 15 and 16. The Davenport community school will be dismissed March 1,t at 2:30. Regina Holtzen and Kimberly Meyer spent Monday night with Beverly Pad. It was Beverly's seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton and family will be moving to Seward March 11. Mrs. Roza Corman recently returned from a trip to Miami, Fla., where she was called by the death of her mother, Mrs. Albert Darahas, of Miami Feb. 9. Mrs. Corrnan left Feb. 11 and while in Miami stayed with her sister, Mrs. William Appleby, and husband. Saturday the stage band, consisting of 22 members and their director, Vincent Boudreau, attended a work shop at Hastings College. The band played three numbers and then the director worked with them for 20 minutes. They also heard the stage band of the college play two numbers and then the director did some jazz and blues fi)rm of music which is based on a chord, but with a set pattern on the vibraphone. The Lions Club consignment sale will be March 19. Byron Kort of Scotts Air Force Base, Utah, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paul and family for about a week. Bryon and Richard were schoolmates at the university. tending. AI lhe present time local and school officials are engaged in a self study evaluation for the credential visitation by the S~ al e Department of Education. News ( Last Week's News) By Mrs. llomer Seefeld Mr. and Mrs. Enos Mazour and Terry Jensen were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Peterson and family. Lynae Scroggin was a Tuesday overnight guest of Mrs. Edith Scroggin. Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crouch in Edgar on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin, and Lynae, Mrs. Bob Foley and Ron and Miss Linda Iz)meon of Longmont, Colo., were Sunday dinner guests of Ernest Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld and Allan Sole attended the regular meeting of Fort Butler Rock, and Gem Club on Tuesday evening. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld attended open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson on their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sehoof and Mrs. Levonn Schoof and family called on Mrs. Hanna Judy Saturday afternoon. Star Club will meet Friday with Mrs. Janelle Anderson. Mrs. Farmer Corman and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens visited Fern McKelvie Sunday at Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scroggin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson returned home Sunday from a two-weeks trip, visiting friends and relatives in the western states. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seefeld and Stacy of Emerald were weekend guests in the Homer Seefeld home. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and family joined them for supper Saturday evening. Mrs. Sylvester Kimminau and family of Hastings were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Hanna Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family were Friday evening guests in the Allan Sole home. Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson were Sunday dinner guests in the Alfred Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kubicek and family of Schuyler were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kubicek. Mr. and Mrs. Don Luben of Wisner and Mrs. May Fraka of Beemer were weekend guests in the Merlin Luben home. Mrs. LeAnn Hamilton and Colleena of Hastings joined them on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ludwig of Bcloit, Kan., visited in the Dee come to us income tax llemon 17. You get help on your tax returns from the IRS. Free. average fee was about 12 dorms last year. But I ddnk you'll feel more comfortable coming to us, You'll know we're doing the best we can to save you money on your taxes. After all, we want your business again, next year. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 120WEST4TH SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA OPEN 9.6 MON. THRU SAT. PH. 879-3311 Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones and Pamela of Bar- tlesviile, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen of Hardy and Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mirtz of Byron. Mrs. Davidson was among relatives at a Sunday dinner in honor of the third anniversary of her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Milan Hansen of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marquart and Rev. B. F. Mirtz also visited Henry Wittke. A group of ladies from the Baptist Church came Monday afternoon to play bingo with 16 nf the residents. After bingo they had ice cream and cookies. Three of the residents, Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. Harry Towne and Mrs. Bonnie Lott, are in the Nuckoils County Hospital. Mrs. Hilda Willhoite has returned from the hospital. The Center welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayes of Deweese, Mrs. Ann Morris, Mrs. Otis Cox and Mrs. Nellie Warren as new residents. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl )ylan were Mr. and Mrs. Cheslie Boylan of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lanham of Nora and Donald Petersen of Davenport. Residents are working on siring pictures in craft this week. Decorations and plans are underway for the St. Patrick's Day party to be held March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meyer, jr., of Portland, Ore., visited Margaret Sullivan Wednesday. Ted Isaac of Mankato visited his mother, Mrs. Eunice Russell. Saturday visitors of Mrs. Elsie Gehrig were Mrs. Dorothy Huston of California, Mrs. Glen Lutzeharms and Phyllis of Alma. Visiting Sunday with Mrs. Elizabeth Adams were Mrs. Dale Adams and Mrs. Lloyd Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ahrens of Superior visited Andy Wyatt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simonsen of Ruskin visited several residents Sunday. Sunday was the first open house. Many relatives and friends were here to visit residents. Open house is planned for the first Sunday of every month following church. There will be refreshments of cake and coffee: Mr. and Mrs. Vayle Hayes and Gordon of Clay Center and Mr. and Mrs. James Mazour of Nelson called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayes. Mrs. Margaret Wilton spent following along from Max Moxley's Sterling Kansas Bulletin. Thought perhaps those aspiring for a journalism career would enjoy learning about the inside of the business. From "Editor and Publisher": So you think you'd like a career in journalism? So you think that all reporters spend their time in the local bar interviewing people they know to come up with stories for each day's paper? So you think there's no problem in a local newspaper about what to print and what to leave out'? As the editor of a small Ohio daily, allow me to enlighten you with a few samples of the kinds of problems you might run into were you handed the editorial reins of my newspaper for a week or so. You decide what you would do: --A reporter obtains m- formation that a prominent local businessman has sold his store and will leave the com- munity in 30 days to become a professional kayak racer. When you ask him about it, he won't confirm or deny it and asks you not to print anything for at least two weeks. You decide to (a) run the story right away, saying he wouldn't deny it was true. (b) run the story right away, attributing it to "reliable sources" (you got it from a drunk on Main St.), (c) run a story that doesn't say anything about kayaks but says he is about to go "up the river," (d) don't run the story but tell everybody you know. --An unconfirmed rumor has it that the entire police force was suspended by the mayor for refusing to enforce the new ordinance against squeezing the Charmin. The mayor says the story isn't true, but when you call the police headquarters the operator says the number has been disconnected. You decide Io (a) print the story as you heard it, along with the mayor's denial, (b) print a story about how the police now have an unlisted telephone number, (c) find out what the unlisted number is and print THAT, (d) don't print anything, but buy a big dog for your house. --An employee of the state highway department gives you files marked confidential which contain information showing that the highway director and your publisher are in collusion on a new road project. You (a) print the story despite the fact that the files are stolen, (b) call h,cal high school defeated the top team in the state 10-7, when in reality the other team won, 70-10. You (a) print a correction l elling everybody you're sorry. fb) print a correction but blame lhe whole thing on the scorekeeper, (c) run a story in which you "hint" that your team may have lost after all but the final score is still being verified, (d) don't run any correction and hope nobody ru)tices. --You cover a school board meeting and your story the next day says the board voted to increase the principal's salary next year by $70,000 when it should have been $700. You (a) admit your paper goofed and correct the figure, (b) run a correction noting that the school t )ard decided to "only increase his salary by $700 instead of the $70,00o discussed at the last meeting, (c) write an editorial praising the board for cutting its expenditures by raising his salary only $700 "instead of $70,000," (d) ignore the whole thing and hope the school board doesn't bill you. --You publish a picture with 18 people in it but by mistake the negative is reversed and everybody identified gets the wrong name. You (a) publish the whole picture again and say they were all standing in the wrong places in yesterday's paper, (b) run a correction noting that the mayor was "inadvertently identified as a Merino Ram in yesterday's edition," (c) run a correction telling the reader that all he has 1o do is turn yesterday's picture around to make it right, (d) don'( say anything and hope nobody notices the mixup. --You publish a story pointing out that for one day only- tomorrow--- everybody who wants to can get a $1,000 loan without interest at either of the four local lending institutions between 10 a.m. and noon. Shortly after the paper is published you learn it was all a hoax. You decide you will (a) run a story telling the 11,000 people who showed up that it was your fault, (b) publish a story telling everybody that you were misquoted, (c) call the banks and ask if they are in- terested in a unique proposal "to bring a lot of shoppers downtown." (d) apply for a job in Manitoba. Believe me, the job ain't all il's cracked up to be. David Wright Managing editor, Urbana Citizen. Urbana, O. Just Arrived All Sizes of Ford Lawn and Garden Tractors from 5 to 14 h.p. in our Showroom Highway 8 East Superior, Neb.