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/" il;/Fti,'j:l:1;E.Rl.l:f:t lJ:J -- VISTA PAK 15 Count 1lb. Lvs. BON-BON-MADRI GRAS CHERRY SUNDAE Pkgs. oz. Bag IIm""'CLIP THIS COUPON--'""II BUTTERNUT Without 6 oz. $1.18 Jar Bestyet Food Stores Expires: 5/9/73 SINGLE 14 oz. CHEESE Pkg. U.S.D.A. CHOICE OR SWISS CUTS CHOICE BONELESS lb. FRESH LEAN SWIFT lb. PREMIUM Pkg. ALL 12 oz, MEAT Pkg, BOOTH FROZEN lb. Pkg. ARTHA GOOCH CHEF-BOY-ARDEE MEATBALL STEW 29 oz. Tin Superior, Nebraska OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKSTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS NeqM8 . . .. By Mrs. RonaldLewis Brakhage, accompanled uy R u s k i n C o m m u n i t y Mrs. Kenneth Corman and Presbyterian Church: Rev. children, spent the Easter Forrest Grimm, pastor. Sun-weekend with Mr. and Mrs. day, May 6, worship, 8:30 a.m. David Mills and family of St. Mark's Lutheran Church:Denver. Mrs. Corman, Danny Rev. Martin H. Juengel, pastor, and Kathleen visited Friday Sunday, May 6, Sunday school, afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. 8:45 a.m.; worship, I0:00 a.m. Floyd Brakhage to honor Mrs. Bethany Lutheran Church: Brakhage for her birthday. Rev. Edward J. Hiller, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Melvin Sunday, May 6, Sunday school, and Heather of Nelson, Joetta 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Larsen of Lincoln and Leslie and Mrs. Alex Brockman and Thursday, May3, 1973 Joe visited Sunday evening in the Tony Kimminau home near Audrey Haussermann to Myron Guide Rock. F. jr., and Dorothy J. Joy; Lots Mr. and Mrs. Albert. I, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Block 5, O. T. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Mussman and David were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Houtwed, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mussman, Mr. andblrs. Louis Doering and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Houtwed and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Nelson and family of Lincoln joined the group in the af- ternoon for coffee. Mrs. Chris Houtwed and Mrs. Verlan Mussman went to Atlantic, Iowa, Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mnndorf. They returned home Thursday. Mrs. Kenneth Hailer and Jennifer were April 22-29 houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof, and sons. Pohlmeier were honored on their 45th wedding anniversary at a family dinner held at the Holiday Inn at Grand Island. The junior-senior prom was held Saturday at the Lawrence High School auditorium and sponsored by The Foresters. Neal Danehey was dismissed from the Mary Lanning Hospital Saturday. Sunday, May 13, Sunday school, Brandt were Easter SundayMrs. Betty Hoelting attended 9:30 a.m.; Worship, 10:30 a.m. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Postmaster's convention in Confirmation. Clifford Larsen. The group Grand Island. Ruskin Public Library Hours: spent the afternoon with Mrs. Recent visitors in the Ralph Tuesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m. Mrs. Edith Sykes at Sunset Manor in Herz home were Father John Kenneth Hansen, librarian. Deshler. Ostdiek of Quincy, Ill., Father The following ladies spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Cora Pedersen to help her celebrate her April 26 birthday: Mrs. Oscar Christensen, Mrs. H. F. Wegener, Mrs. F. G. Dillon, Mrs. Arthur Moran, Mrs. Frits Sorensen, Mrs. William A. Rogge, Kathryn Jo Jenssen, Mrs. Vera Kaldahl, Mrs. H. F. Renken, Mrs. Ray Christiansen, Mrs. Arnold McIntosh and Mrs. Ova Schultz and granddaughter, Eve Renz, and from Superior, Mrs. Elsie Petersen and Mrs. Lillie Erickson. Mrs. Pedersen visited Thursday in Superior with her cousin, Miss Mathflda Anderson. The ladies enjoyed spending their mutual birthday together. Mrs. Pedersen en- joyed a telephone call from Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Pedersen and Sue Ann of Fowler, Calif., Thursday evening. Mrs. Cora Pedersen and her daughter-in- law, Mrs. LaVerne Pedersen, also share mutual birthdays. A cooperative supper was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rogge on Saturday evening, April 21, to honor Mr. Rogge for his 88th birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wegener, Mr. The following were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaeffer and daughters of Davenport: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Marsh and daughters of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schaeffer and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis and Darcey and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Valilee, all of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dageforde and John of Crete, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckles and family of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Plummer, Mrs. Earl Schaeffer and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christensen and family of Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanson and Joyce, Mrs. Arnold Mclntosh and Alfred Hansen joined other family members for Easter dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and daughters of Webber. Rev. M. H. Juengel and the following ladies, members of St. Mark's Ladies Aid, attended the spring rally at Friedensau Thursday: Mrs. H. F. Wegener, Mrs. Larry BiltoR, Mrs. Larry Loontjer, Mrs. Ben Mussman, Mrs. Eldred Hinz, Mrs. Rowlan Anderson, Mrs. Bernard Bet- ten, Mrs. Alfred Wegener, and Mrs. LaVerne Meyer. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagener and Randy were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eilers of Nelson, Nancy and Kathie Wegener of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Penner and Mrs. H. F. Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohaty of Schuyler were guests Easter of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen. Mrs. E. A. Eggers en- tertained the Bridge Club at her home Thursday aRernoon. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jep- pesen were Mr. and Mrs. ROy Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Torbeck and Lori. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roos and baby of Ft. Riley, Kan., visited Mr. and Mrs. Frits Sorensen Monday afternoon. By Miss Bernice Miller Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Menke and family of David City visited in the Al Menke home on Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hoelting and family of Bellevue wexe guests Easter in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoelting. Mr. and Mrs. Wencil Kucera and family were dinner guests in the Al Kimminau home on Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schroer and Bud Schroer of Omaha were Easter guests in the Ar- nold Schroer home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Helman of Lincoln were guests Easter of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Theer and Brenda of Omaha visited in the Glen Theer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kimminau Gilbert Ostdiek of Chicago, Sister Lenore Ostdeik of Sioux City, Iowa, Miss Patty Herz of Salina, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herz and daughter, Ken- neth Herz and Mrs. Henry Ostdeik of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Kirby and Lisa of Western Springs, ill., were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brock- man and daughters of Omaha were visitors Saturday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schroer and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Hubl home in Hastings. Real Estate Transfers Berneice M. Kimminau to Kenneth and Janet Rempe; NWV and Part SWV4, 5-3-8. Kenneth and Janet Rempe to Berneice M. Kimmlnau; N'WV4 and Part SWV4, 5-3-8. Charles H. and Gladys Graben to Jeanne J. Stone; Lot 5, Block 18, O. T. Superior. William Earl and Anna Fosnot to Paul R. Fosnot; Undivided 75 percent interest in W~/z, 2+5 and NEV4, 3-4-5. Enos E. and Ruth L. Hansen to Eugene W. and Geraldine E. Schultz; WV SWV4 and Part W%ESW4, 21-2-5. Erik and Bernice Hansen, et al. to Oluf Hansen; Lot 3, Block 20 O. T. Hardy. " I II Mrs. w iam eUer Delvin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogge, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rngge and grandson, Terry Miller of Fairmont and Maria and Joleen Rogge of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Schaffer and Trent, also of Lincoln, joined the group after supper. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoof and daughters visited the past week with relatives in Oak and Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Drch- man were Easter Sunday dinner guests of the Marvin Drohman family. Mrs. Warren Stiles of Nelson visited Friday afternoon with her aunt, Mrs. H. F. Renken. Mrs. Erik Torring also called during the afternoon. Dennis Schiermeyer of Lincoln spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schiermeyer, and daughters. Additional guests in the Schiermeyer home for dinner Easter were L. M. Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schiermeyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Debus and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schiermeyer and family and Sarah Hiller. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wall Choose one or more from over a thousand colors that look as fantastic on the wall as they do in your mind. Now, you can out-do everyone with your creative genius. Easy-to-apply, easy clean-up LUCITE Custom Color Wall Paint makes you an expert. Phone 879-3716 Superior, Nebr. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B Wallace--H. Manion and speeding, $15.00 and costs. Nelson. Ray L. Sigman and Vivian Jordan to Stanley and Connie Hoover; Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block 5, Lincoln Land Co., addition to Nelson. Nuckolls County to Wilbert and Marilyn Carter; Lot 13, and W~/~ of 14, Block 4, Storer's Park Addition to Nelson. in The DIStrict Court Mary A. Harig vs. Brodstone Memorial Hospital and the Travelers Insurance Company; lump sum settlement granted. United States of America vs. Wilfrid A. Krebsbach; deficiency judgment. Credit Bureau of Hastings vs. Robert Montey A-K-A Robert Lewis; judgment. The State of Nebraska vs. Douglas H. Fisher; appeal from County Court on speeding. $15.00 fine and costs. Pat Winslow vs. Donald Eugene Wiuslow; petition for dissolution of marraige. In The County Court Probate Department Estate of Louis F, Hoist, deceased; inventory and ap- praisement. Estate of William L. Saul, deceased; petition of executrix for final settlemen report and final account of executrix and order for hearing set for May 14 at 10 a.m. Estate of Edward Jaworowskl, deceased; final decree. Estate of William A. Schumacher, deceased; waiver of filing of annual reports. Estate of Helen H. Snyder; will, petition for determinaUo of helrs and devisees, order for hearing and hearing set for May 21, 1973 at 2 p.m. Small Claims Court Leona Petersen, executrix of the Estate of Alvin Petersen D- B-A Petersen Oil & Gas Co., vs. Darrell Ward; suit on account. Traffic Department State vs. Kent A.Madsen; no inspection sticker, $10.00 and COSts. State vs. Douglas R. Noller; no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Betty J. Petersen; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Vera I. Shuck; Marriage Department Randy Harold Baylie, 19, and Janis Elaine Ball, 18, were married April 22 at Superior by Rev. Albert J. Kleinsasser with Bob Korb and Diane Ball as witnesses. Wayne Allen Howe, 18, and Patricia Ann Disney, 19, were married April 20 by Rev. Dwight L. Kahre with Joe Morris and Pamela Elledge as witnesses. Library Books Library Hours Monday through Saturday 1:30-~:3n- 7:~t.9:00 p.m. Dear Readers: Several new books have arrived at your city library. Here are a few for all ages. Adult---Fiction "Nethergate," Norah Lofts. In the early 19th century a French girl, Isabell de Sevigny, flees to England and her evil cousin. "Return The Innocent Earth." Wilma Dykeman. Ap- plachian farmers in the past, the Clayburns now hold a large, successful canning business. "Proud Flash," William Humphrey. A large Texas family, rich, varied sometimes secret lives. "Once Is Not Enough," Jacqueline Susan. Non-Fiction "Curtains and Slip Covers and Upholstering," Marguirite Maddox and Miriam Morrison, Peake, Whether it is only a tired chair or complete rejuvenation of a whole room, you will find ready help. "scarne On Cards," John Scarne. How to win at poker, gin, pinochle, blackjack. How to detect cheating. Young Adult "Your Teens and Mine," Eleanor Roosevelt and Helen Ferris. How does a teen-age girl grow to become a gracious lady? "Runaway From Romance," Florence Kerigan. "House Of Clay, Carolyn Bell. Children "Buckshott--The Birthday Pony," Gene Miller. "Buckshott' series started as a group of stories for his daughter, Lorraine. "Ocelot," B. F. Beebe. "Megan," Iris Noble. Yellow ,' . ,, i O Dodge builds them tough for the big jobs. The Dodge medium-duty stakes (0500 and 0600) are available on tWo separate wheelbases of 157 inches and 175 inches with gross vehicle weights ranging from 14300 Ibs.'to 24,000 Ibs. Payload capacities from ,305 Ibs. to almost double that at 16,565 Ibs., depending on the model. Dodge medium-duty stakes come standard with power brakes and a Six or V8 engine, and can be ordered with optional power steering and an optional four-speed automatic transmission. You can even order yours with optional a r conditioning. Let the "tough truck" experts at the Dodge Boys' give you a deal you'll like on the truck right for you. A~ZED DEALERS I I Phone 879-4355 160 West 3rd Superior, Nebraska ! I I ii !! / i iI