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/- I Ideal Market! D STEAK U.S.D.A. CHOICE CENTER CUT Pound BO N E L ESS TOP ROUND +$1 o9 E STEAK N U.S.D.A. CHOICE TOP BONELESS BACON,w DOLD 8 to 9-oz. Each +$149 RS 2,+0. SAGE,o0000 PORK INE IMPERIAL CHEESE SLICES KRAFT DELUXE AME R I CAN BEA UTY KRINKLY-KLUSKY 2,+.85 + 1o.oz.29+ Pkg. Vale. Members absent: Dr. Ted Thursday, April 20, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 [3 Olive Hill Locals Kiekhaefer. Administrative Vaiiey:Vie0000 Mrs. Merlin Heitman and staff present : Dale D. family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Howard Millen of I)arrell Brandt and Lee Sunday Mooberry, Superintendent of Hietman. Republic visited Mrs. Iiliff afternoon and evening. Schools, David W. Waters, __ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton Banks and Mrs. Martin Tietjen Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks, Mr. Junior High and High School Mrs. Paul Rathbun has been and Debra spent Saturday night and Nathan Wednesday af- and Mrs. Alfred Konovalsky, Principal, Charles W. Denson, staying at the Tom Mason home and Sunday with Lee Tipton in ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, Mr. and Elementary Principal. Ad- in Superior and helping care for Kansas City. They also called Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge were Mrs. Howard Millen and Mrs. ministrative Staff Absent: her new granddaughter, Amy on Mrs. Henry Hoin at the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nora Fahnestock of Belleville, none. Leigh. Medical Center. .... -. Henry Malpert of Nelson enjoyeda dinner party ata cafe The regular meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson ............. Thursday. in Belleville Sunday evening. Board of Education, District were Sunday dinner guests of Pleasant View Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and After dinner they called on Mrs. No. 11, Nuckolls County, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. family were guests of Mr. and Bertha Stromberg of Belleville, Nebraska, was called to order Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen of Mrs. Gene Krabel and Mrs. Joe Bersche and sons of and thenspent the remainder of by President Donald Meyer at Fremont spent Saturday and children of Hastings were Blackwell, Okla., the weekend the evening at the home of Mr. 7:30 p.m., in the Sup- Sunday at the Marvin Webber Tuesday supper guests of of April 9. and Mrs. Howard Millen. erintendent's office of the new home. Wilma Damoude while Mr. Molly and Brad Banks were Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hanson, Superior High School. (This Mr. and Mrs. Wade Krabel attended a meeting at overnight guests of Mr. and Shannon and Brooke were regular meeting notice was Kuilmann of Manhattan were Superior. Mrs. Iiliff Banks Friday while Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and published in the Superior Ex- Saturday overnight guests of Kirby and Angels Adamson their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Oscar Hanson. press on Thursday, March 16, Mr. and Mrs. Myt'on Intermill spent Wednesday with Wilma Marvin Banks, were in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. James 1972). and Mark. Sunday afternoon Damoude while their mother, Mrs. William Ward and Mrs. Woerner and Lauri of Hastings 1. It was moved by Leslie they attended the 50th wedding Mrs. Gordon Adamson, spent Paul Blackstone called on Miss were weekend guests of Rev. Alexander and seconded by anniversary of his grand- the day in Lincoln to be with Grace Douthett of Superior and Mrs. Gorman Foley and Keith Deuel to approve the parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Mrs. Alfred Gharring, who had Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner. minutes of the last regular Renz, of Deshler. surgery. Mrs. Martin Tietjen and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun meeting (March 13, 1972) as Mr. andMrs. Dean Hansenof Mr. and Mrs. Gone Holsteen Nathan were dinner guests of visited Mr. and Mrs. Dix printed:, by roll call; ayes Fremont, Mr. andMrs. Marvin and Dennis returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tietjen of Hanson Sunday afternoon. 5; nays 0;motion carried. Webber and Mrs. Eleanor evening from Superior, Wisc., Byron Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie 2. It was moved by Vernon Crispin were Saturday dinner where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nuss of Superior visited Woerner and family visited Till Johnson and seconded by Leslie guests at the Virgil Norwood Mike Holsteen and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and Lill Patnode of Esbon, Alexander to approve the home in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Holsteen and family Thursday evening. Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur General Fund Claims (March Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and and Dennis attended services at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Cockroft and Janice of Burr 1972) and the Certified and Non- family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul the St. Paul Methodist Church were guests at a birthday coffee Oak Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Certified Personnel Salaries Rathbun were Friday evening in Lincoln Sunday. Shana at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dwayne Cockroft and Lori (April 1972) as submitted by guests of Ella Summers. The Marie, infant daughter of Mr. CarlMolineofCourtland, Kan., of Salina were also guests at the Superintendent of Schools Dale occasion was Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ron Holsteen, was Sunday evening, in honor of Mr. Cockroft home. D. Mooberry and to issue Henley's 22nd wedding an- baptized. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Moline's birthday. Other guests Mr. and Mrs. Mike Knedlic warrants to pay same totalling nivemary and Mr. Rathbun's Holsteen and Dennis were were Mr. and Mrs. Theo Gar- and Lena of Narka, Kan., were $45,346.51. By roll call: ayes 5; birthday, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. man and Arvid Larson of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. nays 0; motion carried. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kugler Ron Holsteen. Courtland. Martin Tietjen and Nathan Local Bllls of Salina were Sunday af- Mr. andMrs. Frank Sorenson Susan Kimminau, who at- Sunday evening. Alexander Motors, In c. $ 49.41 ternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. of Superior were Monday af- tends school in Topeka, is Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau Floyd Buffer 825.00 Darrell Reed. ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and and family were guests of Mr. City of Superior Light Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber Henry Malpert. Mrs. Bill Kimminau, and and Mrs. Ike Eilert of Jewell Water and Sewer and Mrs. Eleanor Crispin were Mr. and Mrs. John Malpert of family. Wendell, Jacalyn and Jocelyn Sunday evening. Department 968.79 Friday evening supper guests at Desiler were Sunday afternoon Certified Salaries 33,177.47 the Don Webber home in Sutton. callers of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moiler were weekend guests of Coast to Coast Mrs. Tom McKeown, Mrs. Malpert. friends in Garden City, Kan. Stores 43.47 Ors Yohn, Mrs. Glen Langer Sunday supper guests of Mr. Dee Thornton, who attends DeuelPharmacy 8.25 and Mrs. Birdie Blair visited and Mrs. Darrell Harrington Ozark Bible College in Joplin, RealEstateTransfers Gambles 20.97 Tuesday with Mrs. Pearl and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Mo., was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean A.J. Breiffelder, etaltoA. J. Gas Service Company 615.94 Harkins, a patient in the Harry Snyder and Mr. andMrs. Breiffelder; Lots 3 and 4; Block Jennie's Hobby Haven 10.60 hospital at St. Francis, Kan. Jack Gillan and Terry of Oak. Thornton, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold 15, First Addition to Lawrence. Marie Marshall 100.00 Dwayne Crispin was a Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhr- + Darrell F. Robb to Darrell F. Carolyn McEwen 25.00 dinn-er guest at the Marvin macher and Shirley of Superior Ferguson of Denver were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Evelyn G. Robb; E SWV4 Marguerite Moret 25.00 Webber home. and Bill Hohl were Wednesday Barge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. 2-3-6 and NEV4 NWV4 and N Bill Morris FOrd 985.00 Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson of Courtland, NEV4 11-3-6. Mallet's 22.43 were Sunday afternoon callers Dale Uhrmacher and family. Kan., and Mrs. Lula Hendricks Christina K. Ginn to John O. Nieisen's Conoco 208.74 on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sunday evening guests of Mr. of Alma, Kan., were dinner andJacklynK. Risewick; Lot4, William Nielsen 78.56 McKeown. and Mrs. Dale Urhmacher guests. Part Lot 3, Block 10, O.T. Non-Certified Mrs. Eleanor Crispin and were Mr. and Mrs. DonMazour Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh, Superior. Salaries 5,746.12 Mrs. Marvin Webber visited and daughters of Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Stansbury Ernest G. and Louvina B. Poilmeier Electric 5.00 Wednesday morning with Mrs. Mrs. Ed Sekora and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. GuyAllington Wronghton to James B. and Shaw-Baird-Stubbs, lnc. 153.00 Ron Konvalin. Frank Harris attended Rural visited Mr. and Mrs. Merle Helen R. Wronghton; Lots I and Superior Express 5560 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece Homemakers Day in Hastings Powers of Cairo, Nob., Sunday. 2, Block 11, O. T. Nelson. Superior Motor and Mrs. Ira Kleckner were Wednesday. Mrs. Veda Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. and Velma M. Parts 45.77 Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Roger Roe and family, Walter Seritchfield to Charles H. and Herschel Underwood 38.60 and Mrs. John Springer and Ruttman and children were Wilson and Cheryl Thompson of Susan Sandra Mertens; Part Valley Building Audrey in Phillipsburg. Friday supper guests of Rev. Columbia, Mo., were dinner SEV4, SWV4 26-1-7. Center 159.32 The best news for a long time and Mrs. Jerry Deusmore and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nebraska Public Power WinebarPlumbing 194.10 was the .80 of rain this vicinity Steff. Woodrow Wilson Monday District to William E. Harvey; Gerald Wooters 19.20 received Saturday afternoon Todd Biltoft was a Saturday LOts I and 13 and Part Lot 12 in Out-Of-Town Bills and Saturday night, overnight guest of Brent Rutt- evening. Mrs. Darrel Hyde and SWV4 NWV4 36-1-7. Blue Cross-Blue Mrs. Dix Hanson and family man. daughter of Colby, Kan., and In County Court Shield 556.95 called Friday afternoon on Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rutt- Mrs. Ruth Taylor of Horde, Probate Department Business Supply 55.35 Tom Rathbun. man, Mrs. Ethel Clabaugh and Kan., were overnight guests of Estate of William Brockman, Calavan Music CO. 3.77 Tricia Meier and Sue Evans Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buresh deceased; determination of Capital City Bindery 9.12 of Lincoln, Richard Behrends and Danny were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau inheritance tax. Door Closer Service 24.00 and Doug Thomas were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold and family lricla, y. i _ rr-  Estate of Hazelle W  Me- ESUNo.9 3.90 evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ruttman and children to tJoraon prlnger, "re Y+ T,..|,4 ,4 ..... .4h gl..! ,..6 Saunders and Clint Arnett, "": ...... y. *-/+. +v+* Hastings Welding Tom Rathbun. help Brent celebrate his bir- students of Ozark Bible Col] -e ana account, x-'euuon xor Supply 2.03 Guests at the Erich Heitman thday. ....... el determination of inheritance at ,joplin, MO, were Droner -ests of Mr and Mrs Dean and petition for final set- g_u . -'" mil Saiu-da tlement Tnornmn ann ta y y. q._.= ViAlations Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and """'; " 8 Lincoln Tale & home Wednesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tim- BEANS 4 Tale CO. 119.46 help Mrs. Heitman celebrate merman of Stella and Mr. and No. 2 WayneMarsh 20.25 her birthday were Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Earl Adamson were Nebraska Office Vernon Grauerholz and family, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Tins state of Nebraska vs. James ServiceCo. 320.00 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kirchhoff Mrs. Henry Jacobitz. family were supper guests of IN Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroeger of A. Nelson; speeding, $15.00 and Psychological Corp. 46.75 and Carla, Mrs. Martha Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moon of costs. RamapoHoues 192.35 Grauerholz and Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield and Mr. and Mrs. CHEESE 2 7+z. 29 Byron SaturdaY.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye and State of Nebraska vs. A r-StandardOilco. 173.02 Kenneth HenriksenandDarcie. Wayne Wroughton were Sunday Dennis were weekend guests of hold B. Boiling; speeding, Stephenson School Pat Ward and Susan visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pkgs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dye of $15.00 and costs. Supply 274.01 Fredemaun of the Concordia Wroughton. State of Nebraska vs. Robert Tom's Music Hours 15.71 College, Seward, were Friday Mrs. Willard Karmazin Irving, Texas. .... Sherry Headrick of Jewell J. Montgomery; speeding, University of Nebraska 36.00 night and Saturday guests at the returned home Saturday from |--,--,=CLIP THIS COUPONmi"m I was a weekend guest of her $25.00 and costs. TOTAL CLAIMS $45,346.51 Erich Heitman home. the Mary Lanning Hospital in BETTY CROCKER grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. State of Nebranka vs. Presley It was moved by Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hastings where she had had eye i t t'AIW IUII ' i Miller; no state inspection Vale and seconded by Keith McKeown, Lynette and Susan surgery Wednesday. i Clare Roe. ANGEL & Mrs. Ben Steinhauser and sticker. Deuel to adjourn the meeting-- attended the Home Coming Carol Karmazin of Lincoln State of Nebraska vs. Millar 10:30 p.m. By roll call: Ayes 5, College Choir concert in Lind- spent the weekend with Mr. and m CHIFFON JalIlh IIIIPl = Neff of Abilene, Kan., were Dryden Shaw; driving while nays 0; motion carried, sborg, Kan., Sunday evening. Mrs. Willard Karmazin. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. i - U Bill Kimminau and family. Without Regular intoxicated, $100.00 and costs The next regular meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun Mr. and Mrs. Gone Karmazin U ql'U I Mrs. Verla Roe was a dinner and driving priviledge the Board of Education will he and Heidi Jo were Friday and Lisa of Superior were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl restricted for six months, held on Monday, May 8, 1972, at evening callers at the Tom Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. iv m Marriage Department 7:30 p.m., in the Superin- Mason home in Superior. Willard Karmazin and family. | Bestyet Stores Expires: 4/23/72 I Langer and Dallas Sunday. Mrs. Rose Holling and Mr. Frank Leslie Jones, 20, Nora tendent's Office of the new Guests Sunday afternoon of Valorie Drohman was a bmmmBm mmummmmmmmBmmmm'Bmm and Mrs. Jack Brady of andSandraLynnWehrman, 19, Superior High School. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Heitman Sunday afternoon and overnight Kingman, Kan., visited Mr. and Superior. Married April 7 at Donald W. Meyer were: Mr. and Mrs. Edward guest of Mary Kay Karmazin. m=====q p== == m----CLiP THIS COUPONI"""q =,. nnl v+,mi,m, =nd family Superior by Don T. Stewart, President Schwartz of Lincoln, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris and aturaay atcernoon, mrs ........ Secreu'y Darci, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I i HEINZ BABY FOOD J --+++ .... ..... ..++ Presbyterian minister, with Dale D Mooberry Mrs. Kenneth Henriksen and Holling is Mr. Kimminau's eYmsLaY?n:ssL. "eryl Ann Board of Education HeRman and family, Mr. and I cousin. " April 10, 1972 Mrs. Ed Kirchhoff, Mr. and 29 i i 11 Glass 001 Weerner and familv and Mr rrceealngsI Without $ I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie .-. --. *' and Mrs. James W'oerner and Board of Education -'--'---" 11/1.10 Jars I= Leuri of HastLq@ were supper ......... is Participate in Woerner anc! Larry turday. DistrietNo. ll. :4123/72 I I BesWet Stores Expires: 4/23/72 i gu=tsofMr andMn Mitchell SupernorvunneBcnou Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hanson and Nuekolls t;mmtY I,Immnmmlmd Ill...----'B''''''''' children visited Mr. andMrs. Superlor, Nebraska_.. "'Arbor Day'" ,,'" 7q Tom Mason, Philip and Amy Regular meeting: Monaay, Saturday evening. April 10, 1972. Members BESTYET _ Jumbo Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt, present: Leslie Alexander, IP PAPER V Roils B Cheryl and Roberta of Ruskin Keith Deuel, Vernon jonn_n 33 .++,++.+,+. Donald Meyer ana mnm--' Tree Planting ING , 00Ont *( SeveralVarieties seswrr 000000=00'-HYBRIDS tamily and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kelley and Debbie of Lincoln ere Sunday afternoon visitors af Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. Limit of 2 trees per resident of Superior KOTEX MYSTERY For Dependable Yields Year After Year Saturday, April 22 SANITARY NAPKINS SPECIAL SEE YOUR MAYGOLD DEALER m.. o. ,I. ? 17 + ? J.M. McJimnnamaEgbertRepubliC,schardtKans. Warner ReinkeEidonOak, SorensenNeb" Pickupat Band Shelterin East Park Byron, Neb. Ruskin, Neb. OVERSOt.O Harry's Air.Ag Howard Hunter Superior Jaycees will be on hand from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. to TICKETS Fairfield, Neb. Guide Rock, Neb. distribute trees--Roger Wilton Chairman GIVI[N AT CHECKSTANO$ PLANT MAYGOLD FOR H IGH YIELDS IF WE RUN OUT OF Produced Sy $|.50 handling charge to defray cost and freight and ad- ADVERTISED EARL MAY SEED & NURSERY CO. vertising Superior, Nebraslm ITEMS. Shenandoah, Iowa I I II I J