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WHEAT F---II LIP THIS COUPON-II= 10 oz. Without $1.69 Bestyet Food Stores Expires: 4/3/73 L Sales Tax applicable to pl'ice without coupon iI in iingmnlinuIIlImnnn I Laundry I Plastic i STURDY PLASTIC 'c Value 38 QT. CAPA CITY $1.49 Value Our Price! WITH LID SAVE! Our Price! $2.98 Value ANTI- PE RSPI RANT FEMININE DEODORANT 3 oz. Aerosol Bestyet Price! ... $1.50 Value REGULAR OR Only!... MINT $1.09 Value Value 1 oz. Size 2 oz. Size Low Price!... $1.59 Value ADULT IN MEDIUM BRUSH OR HARD Now!... 69c Value Our Pricer... 1.79 Value REGULAR OR VANISHING .65 oz. 98c Value HOLSUM SANDWICH Quart Jar the Thermometer for the Heat. GERBER STRAINED 4 oz.$ Superior, Nebraska OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKsTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. Lovewell Items Mrs. Earl Garman, and Johnny .................... wO # # # Ray. had been hospitalized in By Mrs. Clarence Jensby It started raining Friday noon and rained almost con- tinueously until Sunday noon. Farm ponds are bulging and running around spillways. We are thankful it wasn't snow. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby, Jeff, Ron and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hodier of Beloit attended the Regional 4-H Day in Concordia Saturday morning. Mrs. Jim Jensby and children returned to Beloit with her parents for the welcome home ceremonies for return POW Capt. Ronald Mastin. Beloit had planned a parade for Capt. Mastin and a parage they had in spite of the rain. They had to retire to the municipal building for their ceremonies. U.S. Senator Bob Dole, U. S. Rep. "Keith Sebelius and state dignitaries were at Beloit for the ceremonies. In the evening Jim Jensby joined Mrs. Jensby and they attended a welcome home party for Capt. Mastin. Capt. Mastin and Mrs. Jensby graduated in the same class at Beloit High School. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Watson spent the weekend in Topeka visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Searcy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder of Hardy, Mrs. Evelyn Fisher of Brea, Calif., Jess Jensby of Gresham, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger of Ruskin were Wednesday dinner and coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child called their son, Norman Rothchild, in Littleton Sunday morning. He said they had six inches of snow and it was still snowing. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Gregory were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. Gregory left Sunday afternoon to Lindsborg after spending from Friday until Sunday of his spring break here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Rick and Becky and Richard Diamond of Mankato went to Hays Friday to visit the college. Mrs. Roy Jensby, Nancy, Gwen and Linda went to Fairbury to visit Mrs. Joe Dawson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andreason Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby visited with Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet Friday evening. Capt. Dennis Sweet wrote his parents that he had arrived at his destination at Osan Air Force Base, 35 miles south of Seoul, South Korea. He is stationed at the base hospital where he inspects 65 guard dogs, and facilities serving food. He also has inspection tours in other areas. Mankato had Wednesday, Thursday and Friday vacation from school for a spring break. The teachers went to teacher meetings Friday. Mrs. Richard Bagley called on Mrs. Bert Diamond Saturday morning. Paul Osborne came from Hayes and spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne, in Lovewell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby had coffee with Mr. and Mrs. Osborne and Paul Saturday afternoon. Doyle VanWey spent Thurs- day and Friday in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidson of Nelson had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Tuesday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Havel of Wichita called at the Emmett Rothchild home Friday afternoon after the funeral of Mrs. Ed Stansbury. Mrs. Emmett Rothchild and Mrs. Rudy Havel are sisters of Mr. Stansbury. Gregory Diamond came to * 'the home of his parents Friday for spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Fh)yd Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andrea of Republic were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Greg Friday evening. Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Knapp Proctor was held at the funral home in Mankato Friday. Mrs. Proctor attended high school in l_~vewell and taught school in Jewell County for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson went to Manhattan Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole at Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andrea at Republic on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild and Earl and Stella Mont- gomery visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Thursday night. Paul Osborne called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Mrs. Dallas Diamond visited at the Roy Jensby home Sunday evening. Oak By Mrs. Marshall Bishop Mrs. Steve Lauterman and son of Hays, Kan., visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stepp, and Maria. Mrs. Mary Ruth Lauterman and Stephen Douglas were Wednesday guests of Shelly Rae Harris. Douglas Cleveland was a Thursday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boyles and sons. Rex Morrison of Wood River, Neb., was guest caller at the Wagon Wheeler square dance club at the school lunch room Thursday evening. The Big Spring square dance will be held March 31 in the gym- nasium of the school. Shelly Rae Harris and Patty Spatz visited Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Steve Let- terman and other friends of Hays, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross were Sunday guests of their daughter, Ruth Ross, of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettit were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gates were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates and family in observance of Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit's wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Emerald Ost, Bruce and Melinda of Franklin, Neb., were Sunday evening nl I ii I I i nl ~-~ WlEIm l i i ii i come to us Reason 9. H & R Block can show you how that new government Short Form you've heard about could coat you money. For example, if you have intereat on your mortgage, medical expeme or child care dedudtiona, which are up to forty ight hundred dollars this year, you cannot itemize them on the Short Form. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 120 WEST 4TH SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA OPEN 9-6 MON. THRU SAT. PH. 879-3311 TilE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B Mrs. Alex Brockman and Joe Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mrs. Curtis Terrill attended the funeral service for Arthur Kingsley at Formoso Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Silsby, Mrs. Florence Headley, Mrs. Dorothy Plait and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop called on Mrs. Mabel McMains this past week. Key 73 of lhe Christian church met with Mrs. Phila Calahan Tuesday morning with 13 in at tendance. Ordie Billenwilhns of Kanarado, Kan., visited last weekend with his brother, Ralph Billenwilhns, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Billenwillms and Steve. Webber By Mrs. tlarold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin. Mrs. Claude Osborne, Mrs. Cleo Osborne, Mrs. Hazell Burnette and C. L. Osborne, jr., were overnight guests of Mrs. Star Vale last Tuesday. They left for their homes in Oklahoma City after the funeral of Mrs. Ed Stansbury on Wednesday. Mrs. Louise Winebar and Mrs. Jennie Sowles of Superior attended the soup and pie supper with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin at the church Tuesday evening. Donna Davis of Manhattan, who recently returned from Australia, was an overnight guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Sunday. She visited friends in Beloit Monday. Mrs. Anna R. Graham and Mrs. Elsie Osborne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Star Vale. Mrs. Eleanor Crispin was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin last Tuesday. Mrs. Doris Vernon, Salina, called on her sister, Mrs. Ceph Wilde, in the Nuckolls County Hospital in Superior Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ordieh and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell. Ray and Harry Humiston came Thursday to visit their sister, Mrs. Anna Graham, who Superior. They left Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome morning for their homes in Mazour of Nelson visited Newton and Wellington. Monday evening in the Levi Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Miller home and honored Mrs. were luncht~)n guests of Mr. and Miller on her birthday. Mrs. Dallas Diamond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schroer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. well and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wombacher of Shelby and David Bothwel) and children, Mrs. Nick Murphy of North Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell, Bend attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of their aunt, Mrs. Grace Kohler, Superior and Cherie Heller of at Greeley, Colo., on Tuesday. Itunter visited Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brock- Don Davis home in Manhattan. man, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kar- Donna Davis had recently mazin, Mr. and Mrs. Bob arrived home from Australia, McIllece and Mrs. Marita where she had been teaching K,armazin spent last weekend the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Johnson called on Mr, and Mrs. John Combs and their new baby Thursday evening in Bostwick. Mrs. Dale Taylor of Con- cordia visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson from Monday until Wednesday. Group 3 of the Webber Women's Society, with Mrs. skiing in Colorado. Leo Brockman was dismissed Monday from the Mary Lanning Hospital. Verified observations of the black4ooted ferret have been made in eight Nebraska counties in the past five years. Edwin Ross as chairman, There are three subspecies of sponsored a soup and pie supper peregrine falcon native to North at the Webber church Tuesday America. evening. Lawrence By Mrs. Bernice Miller Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wom- bacher, Peggy and John of Shelby and Evarista and Gilbert Gilsdorf visited Thursday with an aunt, Mrs. Will Gilsdorf, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilsdorf at Onaga, Kan. Pvt. Paul Hoelting is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hoelting, before going to Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schroer and family visited Sunday evening in the Leonard Rempe home near Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Rowley home at Superior. Sunday visitors in the George Kimminau home were Mr. and Mrs. Romuald Kolbet and sons of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kimminau and family. Mr. and Mrs. AI Kimminau visited Tuesday evening in the Levi Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. William Moreland of Galesburg, Mich., are visiting her father, Ben Jurgensmeier. I n Old-fashioned courtesy ~s a habit at our modern SkelW station We wmt on you m a hurry and do the job right Give us a chance to prove we give real serwce stahon ser'~ice " Drive m today Vernon Mohler Blauvelt Station'~" Superior, Nebraska For service you can depend on. depend on us. [[ II I I I I II III II I I NEED l I Ill l I II~ HOME Some pork producers are. They're striving for greater efficiency in finishing. So, we've "tuned" Master Mix 42% PIG MASTER CONCENTRATE for mixing at one level for barrows, one level for gilts, and one level for barrows and gilts together. Whichever system you choose, you'll find your greatest efficiency with Pig Master. It'll help you make a good hog year a great hog year. Come in soon. Make us prove it. i: Pig Master Cone. Abdal Grain Co. Phone 879-8366 Cadams Grain Co. Phone 87%8351