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TRU GOLD CREAM STYLE WHOLE KERNEL EARLY JUNE CUT GREEN 303 Tins 16 oz. TRUGOLD STANDARD TOMATO 303 Tins 16 oz. STEELE CUT AND WHOLE 303 Tins 16 oz. AMERICAN BEAUTY KRINKLY-KLUSKY 10 oz. Pkg. PETER PAN Gallon LO-FAT Carton 6 oz. Pkg. KRAFT AMERICAN 8 oz. Pkg. TOES FRESH JUICY Each BLEND WELL WITH ANY SALAD GOOD SO MANY WAYS Ibs. RAW CARROT I lb. STRIPS FOR APPETITES Bogs" STOVE TOP KLEENEX BOUTIQUE STUFFING FACIAL TISSUE 6 or 7 oz. 125 Ct. I1 00 Pkg. Pkgs. I to. OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKsTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED Superior, Nebraska ,,EMS. By Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell and family of Mankato were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross went to Hastings Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Cora Rainforth, a relative, who was past 93 years old. While in Hastings they called on Amel Ablebeck who had surgery for cataract last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Behrends were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Koester in Superior Monday evening in honor of Mr. Koester's birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill went to Manhattan Friday to attend the graduation of their daughter, Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann, (Marilyn) from Kansas State University. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Behrends attended the F.F.A. banquet in Superior Saturday Mrs. Dale Taylor of Con- cordia was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Monday. She returned home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Herrmann and Mrs. Clarence Behrends went to Mankato Monday morning to attend a meeting for extension club officers. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen of Ruskin, Mr, and Mrs. Gary Lipker and family of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Howe and Mrs. John Osborne at a barbeque Sunday evening in honor of Mother's Day. By Mrs. Marshall Bishop Loveland, Colo., and Mrs. Sara Walker of Mankato were Thursday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Burd have purchased the Gene Fearing home and will be moving here in the near future. Mrs. Dan Pettit was dismissed from the hospital at Red Cloud Wednesday. Mrs. Arby Cole's condition remains about the same at this time. Mrs. Olin Belt of Wausa, Neb., had major surgery at the University Hospital in Omaha Friday. By Mrs. Clarence Jensby Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne and Lisa of Lovewell, Mr. and Mrs. Gergory Birrell of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thursday, May 17, 1973 child of Pawnee City, Neb., and Norman Rothchild of Littleton, Colo., all called their mother, Mrs. Emmett Rothchild, for Mother's Day. Becky Diamond spent the weekend with Myrna Imler. Other guests Saturday night at a slumber party were Denise Dahl, Vicki Spiegel, Lorieta Esslinger, Ronda Andrews and Lynette Bradrick. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, were Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren, Craig and Monty, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren, Tony, Troy and Eric. They celebrated Mrs. Douglas Warren's birthday as well as Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Courter and Bruce of Salina were afternoon callers. They called on Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren enroute to Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mummert Hamel of Superior and Mrs. from Iowa and Mrs. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Elsie Osborne attended Ft.Mart of Superior called on Mr. Aspegren attended cam- Hays College commencement and Mrs. Edwin Marr in mencement at Hays Friday at Hays Friday night whereMankato Thursday afternoon. evening. Their son, Eric Paul Osborne graduated. They Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roth- Mr. andMrs. Harold Bothwell Winfield, Kan., were Saturday called on Mr. and Mrs. Russell overnight and Sunday guests of Hale in Hardy last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aspegren. evening. Rev. Murray was a former The Webber Wide-Awake 4-HPastor of the Methodist church Club met last Wednesday in Burr Oak, He was guest evening in the Fellowship Hall speaker at the morning church of the church. Plans were made service. for 4-H Sunday which will be Mrs. Opal Roesti was hostess May 20 in the Webber Church. to the Country Club members Judy Behrends of Omaha and one guest, Mrs. Buieah spent the weekend in Webber Benbew, Thursday afternoon. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Clarence Behrends. Cormick attended the 50th In the worship service at the wedding anniversary of his Marr and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Webber Church Sunday morn- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Marr were dinner guests of a ing, a corsage was given to the Charles Smith, of Hastings. oldest mother present, who was Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Mrs. Jess Wilson; one to the Cormick are visiting their youngest mother present, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Rodney Fogo, Steve Ordich, and one to the and family of El Dorado, Kan. mother with the most children Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of present, this being Mrs. Dwight Hastings were Saturday Marr, who had four children overnight and Sunday guests of with her in church. Another her parents, Mr. and Mrs. corsage was given to Mrs.Claude Boyles. Loren Stisby for being the Mr. and Mrs. ROy Estep ininister's wife. arrived home Monday from Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer,California where they had spent Neff and Yvonne and Cindythe winter with relatives. Wulf of Guide Rock, and Mr. After the mother-daughter and Mrs. Charlte Russell were banquet Friday evening guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arden of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman Russell for a Mother's Day and Johnny were Henry Gar- dinner Sunday. man, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Un- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell derwood, Quentin and Brenda, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr- and Mrs. Gary Garman and Mrs. Jake Vader in Superior daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening. Emerald Ost, Bruce and Mrs. John Osborne attended Melinda of Franklin, and Mr. the graduation of her grand- and Mrs. Lee Garman and their son, Paul Osborne, at Hays house guests, Miss Faye Friday evening. Morgan and Miss Marcia Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, Wilson of Boise, Idaho. Marcia Behrends were guests of Mr. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Delbert Roper at a Wayne Wilson, formerly of Burr cafe in Ruskin last Sunday Oak. They celebrated Bruce evening for a birthday dinner Ost's and Brenda Underwood's for Mr. Roper. birthdays. evening. Their son, Steve, was Aspegren, was one of the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. child called on Mr. and Mrs. installed in the office of vice- graduates. Osborne after commencement. Emmett Rothchild on Thursday president of the FFA for the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Murray Mr, and Mrs. Clare Osborne evening. coming year. of Southwestern College of were overnight guests andMr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross came home Saturday. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Camarilla, Calif., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Goldie Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Roy and Juiie. Other Mother's Day dinner A committee met at the Webber church Thursday morning to plan for Vacation Bible School to be held in the church June 11-15, 1:30 until 4 p.m. each day. Mrs, Jim Purcell will be the director, guests were Mrs. Jane Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Concordia visited Sunday with Murray of Junction City and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson. They Mike Murray of Chicago, Ill. took Mr. and Mrs. Wilson to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burd of Mankato for a Mother's Day dinner and in the afternoon they all called on LOw Edgar in the Good Samaritan Center in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Stenson of BeUevige called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koken and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin of Superior called in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton of Randall called on Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Anna R. Graham was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ridle at Superior Satur- day. After church Stmday they went to Minden and visited the Pioneer Village. They had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Ridie's daughter, Patriela, in Hastings on the way home. Don Wilson, who has been doing graduate work at the Neurological Institute ne~ Topeka, will be at Norton Mrs. Harry Webber visited Warren SundaM, evening. Friday and Saturday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of and Mrs. Sonny Boman at Hays. Tucson, Ariz., who have spent Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman of the last week at the Howard Republic also went to Hays for Mettler home, left for Wichita commencement. SonnY Boman Saturday morning to visit his was a graduate from Fort Hays brother who is ill. Friday night. He will teach at Mr. and bL~'s. Roy Jensby and Palco this fall. family were after bac- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mummert calaureate guests at the Bob came from Iowa to visit the and Kenneth Jensby homes at Marr families. Tuesday Mr. and Hardy Sunday evening. Mrs. Mummert, Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Marie VanMeter of year, where he and William Landis will serve as a team of ministers at Norton and Ed- mond. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. CeI~ Wilde, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr at a cafe in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond spent Friday evening in Mankato where Mrs. Diamond and Mrs. Jensby attended the Home Economics Department's style review at the high school and Mr, Diamond visited Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kuhn and Clay of Toveka came to the Clinton Reynolds home Thurs- day, returning home Monday. Karen Reynolds was home for the weekend from Concorida. Everyone enjoyed a Mother's Day dinner at the Reynolds home Sunday. Mrs. Jim Jensby went to Beloit Friday morning and went with her parents to Manhattan for commencement at Kansas State University, where her brother-in-law, John Carman, was a graduate. Mr. and Mrs. Carman came by plane from Buffalo, N. Y., where he is working, for commencement. Diana spent the day with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. Harold Rothchild came from Auburn, Calif., to visit his brother, Emmett Rothchild, Sunday. He and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sorrel] of Phillipsburg were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild were afternoon callers. Mrs. John GodSey of Seattle, Mrs. Gwen Shaerer of Portland, Miss Naomi Roth- Mankato and Mrs. Charles Compton of St. Louis were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Wednesday. Floyd Davidson spent last week at Manhattan helping Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange, who are building a barn. Mr. Davidson and Mrs. Lange came Friday morning. Saturday they and Mrs. Dallas Diamond went to Lyons, Kan., to the Quarter Horse Show. Mrs. Lange received first in English pleasure and reserve champion with a stallion. Sunday they attended the show at Strong City. She placed first in western pleasure with the stallion, Limestone Ace. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and Rick and Dallas Diamond had Mother's Day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond and Richard Diamond in Mankato. Mrs. Bert Diamond joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby, at the Dale Erickson home at Court- land in the afternoon. Miss Ruth Marr and Monty Prescott spent the weekend at the Dwight Mart home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr and Mrs. Curtis Marr of Superior joined the group at the Dwight Marl- home for Mother's Day dinner Sunday. Paul Osborne of Hays and Doyle VanWey' of Salina had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Doyle is working for a contractor in Salina and they are building an elevator. ii See the great profile of America's Mrs. Marvin Ross of Colby, MT. and Mrs. Mike Ross from Denver were guests of Mr. and '73 Ford oickups give you a great double Twin-I-Beam independent front sus- Mrs. Wayne Wi~on of Mankato feature.They're built to work like trucks, and pension is engineered to cushion bumps. ride like cars, And that's like ~~ to corner better, to tame the for a Mother's Day dinner, getting a little more for your ~ ~ toughest terrain 5o you'll enjoy " '- ' f money. ~ ~ smoother riding and easier Your Ford Deale(s '73s are the ~ handling. Extra Grai 1F, ,, oo oo,,o Climb into one of these spocious ~ ~ claus deal on the leading '73 i cabs. Stretch your legs. Relax in ~ pickup, get down to your Ford S.rghum ,o -cos oe oo ,o What's more, Ford's exclusive ~ ~ Come follow the leader. ]Yields, Uslen to "Profiles in Greatness" stordng Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. fl0p o. KRFS at 11:50 a.m. Week Days l Your Nebraska Ford Team Standabllm/'"" makes truck buying easier. |FROM SEE OR CALL... Bob McCutchan Nelson, Nebraska THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B Mr. and Mrs. Lay Davidson of Nelson and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andres visited Sunday with Mrs. Floyd Davidson and fished and picnicked at the lake. Larry Jensby spent Friday night at the Willis HeRman home where Darrell Hietman, Terry Bohling and Larry had a camp-out. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of Tucson, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mahaffey in Mankato Wednesday evening. Dale showed slides of his trip around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliott of Republic visited with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Saturday evening. Mrs. Roy Jensby, Nancy, Gwen and Linda visited Mrs. Joe Dawson in Fairbury Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne were Sunday morning coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Crumb at Jamestown Thursday evening. Nancy and Larry Jensby attended the junior-senior banquet of Republic High School held at Belleville Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross were guests and Mrs. Ross gave a reading on the program. The prom was held at the school in Republic after the banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Collins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins and family of Concordia were Mother's 13ay guests at the Willard Mettler home for dinner and supper Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Perteka of Beffeville called in the evening. Gwen Jensby had a slumber party at the Roy Jensby home Saturday night. Her guests were Marcia Heltman, Crystal Hobelman and Troy Halleck. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of Tucson, Ariz., were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers Thursday evening. Lovewell D-Ex Club met with Mrs. Lee Bretton in Lovewell Tuesday morning with eight ladies present. They chose sides for a weight loosing contest. Work To Win The Work to Win 4-H Club met at the home of Mrs. Lillian Warneking, 4-H leader Thurs- day, May 3. Lori Oldham called the meeting to order. Lee Fintel collected dues. The secretary Jeanine Zeigler, called roll. They answered by saying a vegetable that they have not tasted yet. Lori gave a demonstration on knitting. Pare Mueller served treats. One game was played. Mrs. War- neking took a picture of the 4-H group. There were nine members Grows so fast most weeds are smothered in the shade. Un- affected by corn her- bicide carryover. Improves the soil for next year's crop. Sudax Brand belongs on your idle acres. l ne=Ju 1 I,?L- I l I Arnold Hansen Ruskin 226-219 Bill Ferguson Oak 22S-227 Herman Mertens Nelson 225-3297 Bryce Ohmstede Guide Rock 257-2925 Deweese Grain Deweese 262-2571 I Eldon Eitzman IHardy 279-32771 1 Kenneth Himmelberg 1 !i:1