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April 20 Mothers' at 6:30 tour of the followed by at the home of Cavanaugh. April 21 Chapter 63, Eastern Star, Hall, 8 April 24 meets at 2:30 Frank Stubbs. and Knights of Commandery at Masonic Hall p.m. INVITED are having for their parent's anniversary on 23, from 2-4 p.m. Lutheran Church, gifts please. 15-2c PTA Has Style Show Award Presentations "Have You Seen Her" was the theme of the style show presented by the Consumer- Homemaking Department at the Parent-Teacher Association Monday evening. Twenty-six costumes were seen by those attending the April meeting in the North Ward Activity Room. Kathy Oswald narrated as each girl modeled the outfit she had made. Honoaray PTA memberships were presented to Mrs. Harry Schriever and Miss Viola Mayhew. They are both retiring from the teaching profession this year. Roger Vergo presided at the business meeting during which time the officers for the 1972-73 year were installed. They were Mrs. Jerold Rose, president; Mrs. Don Fintel, first vice- president; Mrs. Don Grabast, second vice-president; Mrs. Anniversary Alfred Mueller, secretary; and of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betty Hullet, treasurer. Ragene Darling, David Ridle, girls' triple trio and the boys' quartette presented vocal numbers. The art work from the Superior Woman's Club art contest was on display. Mrs. lgws. Don Fullerton, Mrs. and Mrs. Don Shellhase Kevin and Linda of Fairbury spent the weekend i WereSunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Delphos her mother, Mrs. Shellhase and Mrs. Ruben Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Terry. Mrs. Wortman were Shellhase accompanied her guests, mother and brother to Grand Island Sunday to visit Mr. lill Ward visited Morris, a patient at the with Mrs. Veterans Hospital there. He and Mrs. Elsie was admitted on Monday of last Sunday evening week. Mr. and Mrs. attended for R. J. at McCool Junction daughter of Mr. Smidt, was at the St. Joseph Church Sunday binner in the and Mrs. and family of and Mrs. George and Mark and of Nelson and Mr. K. J. Smidt end guests were Beyke of Grand Anna Beyke of ann Mrs. ArthUr Mrs. Stauss, of Lincoln Weekend in the home Mr. and Mrs. (Bud) Stauss. His installed as exalt Elks Lodge Sunday and they came for the installation r. and Mrs. Wilbur Fairbury were also Will Bishop of came Monday visit her sister, and other accompanied Martin Wiley, of Mrs. Allen Harriger at Curtis with her Mable McCowin. )hine Howard Monday from Hospital in had been a a week. Yerton had the removal of a on her eye last at the Mary Lan- in Hastings. She Saturday. Miss Lillian Morris is now in Nampa, Idaho, visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ken- neth Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Morris took her to Grand Island where she left by bus for Pocatello, Idaho, and was met there by Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Mary Elledge had major surgery at the Nuckolls County Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hughes of Fairbury were afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Snell on Tuesday and Wed- nesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langer and Mrs. James Ehlers and Jimmie spent the weekend in Fremont with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lindvall. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Allington, Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Dow Stans- bury visited Mr. and Mrs. Merle Powers at Cairo Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. V..H. Lin- nemann were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nielsen. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Block and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hanson. Out-of-town relatives and friends here for the funeral of Clarence Bailey last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. J. Loy Bailey and Mrs. Beth Yerton of Longmont, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Lintner, Bruch, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corey, Mrs. William E. Beitler, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, Hastings; Bruce Beitler, Kearney; Mr. and Mrs. Meo Brichalli, Concordia; Charles Mallan, Clyde, Kan.; Mrs. Raymond Robinson, Lawrence; Gilbert and Evarista Gilsdorf and Henry Koester, Guide Rock; Mrs. Henry Steuhren- berg, Blue Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Graham, Juniata; and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Peichstein, Trumbull. And Willard Gordon explained the points on which the art was judged and announced the names of those who placed at district contest. The Sixth graders were presented Safety Patrol awards by Lloyd Rust, PTA chairman. He also announced the Bicycle Rodeo would be an event of May 13, starting at 1 p.m. The sixth graders will also go on a field trip to Lincoln on May 19. The PTA pays part of the expenses on this trip. The following sixth graders received awards: David Allgood, Sandra Anderson, Jerry Applegate, Peggy Avey, Steven Ayres, Tim Bates, Tony Beckler, Michael Blair, Mike Brown, Allen Bruening, Ron Carter, Steven Clyde, Deanna Crane, Douglas Denson, Patty Disney, Connie Dixon, Mary Dixon, Randy Druba, Kenneth Duncan, Chuck Evans, Jeff Fullerton, Verna Fullerton, Sheryl Garton, Kenneth Grabast, Christina Hansen, Scott HeRman, Barney HeRon, David Hiatt, Frank Hullett, Susan Kindscher, Jane Kinyoun, Brenda Kitten, Mike Kotinek, Richard Kraus, Lonnie Lemke, David Leslie, Rhabecca Lewis, Michael McGill, Trudy Madsen, James Mertens, Peggy Miller. Mark Mullet. Kevin Myers, Jill Nispel, Lynda Noble, Kevin Pearce, Jeanne Rempe, Randy Rhoads, Teresa Robinson, Rita Rogers, Kevin Rose, Cully Rumery, Bob Rust, Cindy Rust, John Rust, Susan Scripter, Bob Selvage, Linda Simonsen, Karen Sloane, Shari Thompson, Jeff Tumbleson, Mary Vaupel, Sheila Way, Gordon Wheelor, David White. David Williams, Brenda Wilson, Leeta Wilson, Nancy Wyatt, Kurt Zadina, Juliene Zeigler. Entertains At A Dinner Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Claude Snyder hosted a dinner at a cafe in Superior Wednesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clare Woodward of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCammon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Montgomery, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jensen. Cards were the evening's en- tertainment. Janice Schiermeyer Honored On Birthday Wednesday evening guests in the Glen Schiermeyer home to honor Janice for her April 13 birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schiermeyer, L. M. An- dersen, Mrs. John Debus and children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schiermeyer and family. Girls of the seventh and eighth grade in Ruskin School were guests of Janice at a slumber party Thursday night. i I NOW THRU SATURDAY A tvortal Story For Everyone IZIP-A-DEE , in -- Sunday-Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday "ON ANY SUNDAY" Steve McQueen---Mert Lawwill--Malcolm Smith Technicolor Rated G Phone 879-3819 You bou00 a trantar... nat a hwnm:e Don't feed it furnace oil. Get the fuel thars made for power, not heat... AMOCO PREMIER Diesel Fuel with D-GUARD. It's high in cetane for faster starts-carefully balanced for complete combustion and less smoke. And it contains an exclusive additive combination, D-GUARD, to protect against rust, gum and varnish on vital engine parts So for better performance and longer engine life, get AMOCD PREMIER Diesel Fuel with D-GUARD For heating comfort, We have AMOCO Brand Heating Oil, Call today. as you farm ask us" FA.m00 A. B. Bohling HOME SERVICE Phone 879-3494 5 Louden Street Superior, Neb. Eitzman, Grauerholz To Boys, Girls State Chosen by the Byron American Legion to attend Boys State is Scott Eitzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eitzman of Hardy. Scott is a junior and attends Byron high school. He is a member of the "B" Club, active in track and basketball and on the conference and district basketball team. Scott is a member of St. Peter Lutheran Church and a member of The Luther League. Craig Kirchhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirchhoff, is the alternate. u - The Byron American Legion Auxiliary announces that Sandra Grauerholz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grauerholz, Hardy, is their representative to Girls State. Sandra is a junior a Byron high school, where she is class president, participates in track, volleyball, vocal, 4-H and was cheerleader. She is a member of St. Peter Lutheran Church and a member of the Luther League. Luann Kettelhut, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ket- telhut, is the alternate. Thursday. April 20, 1972 Marcotte Family Has A Reunion The family of Mrs. Nellie Marcotte had a family reunion Sunday in the hall at Elk Creek Manor at Nelson. Fifty-five were present. Those attending, besides Mrs. Marcotte, who lives at the Manor, were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hall (Marie) of Goleta, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall of Santa Barbara. Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Joe McMichael of Long- Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Troudt (Maurine) of Kirkland, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marcotte and.daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Marcotte and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Elliot and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dutton and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mousel and Shan of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lemke and daughters of Shickley, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lemke and Chad and Shelby Garett of Geneva, Cpl. Vincent Lemke of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. George Lemke and family and Charles Koester of Superior, Mrs. Jim Barnes (Ronalda) of Whiting, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koester of Lawrence, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marcotte and family of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gerstner (Dorothy) and Mary of Frank- fort, Kan. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A, School Lunch Menu April 24 through 28 Monday, April 24: Chili, crackers, celery sticks, ap- plesauce, peanut butter sand- wiches, milk. Tuesday, April 25: Hot Doggeties, whipped potatoes, creamed peas, ice cream bars, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday, April 26: Ham and beans, parsley potatoes, tossed salad, jello, rolls, butter, milk. Thursday, April 27: Toasted cheeseburger, potato chips, buttered green beans, fruit cup, milk. Friday, April 28: Minced ham sandwich, potato salad, baked beans, fruit, chocolate cake, milk. Mrs. Jensby Is Club Hostess Mrs. Clarence Jensby was hostess to Lovewell Library Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Willard Mettler conducted the business meeting. Roll call was "humor in the news." Mrs. Jensby prepared the guess box, some flower seeds, and it was guessed by Mrs. Ivan Warren. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Dave Baird, at- tended the meeting. The hostess served refreshments. The May meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Willard Mettler. Anniversary sale. Take your money and run! To Penneys fabulous savings. Girls' shorts sets 15% off. "3"?- /  " Reg. 2.50 to $6. Shorts .. \\; and matching tops in \\; cotton, cotton/stretch p ------. nylon, and more. Prints " and solids, 3-6x and 7-14. Decorative sheets on sale. Sale 24T8 Reg. 2.99. Penn-Prest muslin in fashion colors, stripes, florals and prints. 50% cotton/50% polyester. Twin size flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Full size, reg. 3.99, Sale $3.48 Pillow cases, reg. 2 for 2.49, Sale 2 for $2.22 Save 15% on all quilted spreads, in stock or special order. -.'+'j+ ,Z& Sale 8++2n o,,u,, Reg. 9.99. 'Diana' bedspread of acetate taffeta, polyester fill and backing. Matching draperies, 15% off. Sale 8f2or full Reg. 9.99. 'Garden Path' bedspread. Polished cotton, polyester fill/back. Matching draperies, 15% off. JCPenney The values are here every day. In I