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News Items... fiaally arrived. on its way Everyone three or and early t ready people were Sunday en- and the lush spring rains have Paul Osborne Tuesday to here. Mr. for Clarence Osborne will parlor in summer. They nights with Mr. Jensby, Mr. Osborne in Mr. and Mrs. i Republic this can find living concluded College term and Thursday. He the bank in SUmmer. Emmett Roth- Rothchild of called on Ed ) Saturday of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Rothchild of last week and the Emmett griday to visit Warren's Mrs. Hazel at Jewell. Her afternoon girls to the week and i points. Diane a first, second as an in- she will be sUrarner with the bolt Track iron Reynolds Cloud County Sunday Jensby called Monday to inquire Gene and and Mrs. at Myton, spent May 7 Mrs. on Mrs. Dale Rothchild a family ' Gusts were Mr. Rothchild, of Auburn, Mrs. Delbert Mr. and Mr and sons and Mrs. and family of lind Mrs. Darrell f~Ir~y of Web- . Gaylord and Mrs. Jim and Mrs. and Shannon Mr. and Mrs. of Phillipsburg, Clare Wiley of Lulu Jaeobs of met with Tuesday and two visited at Mrs. Warren Mr. and Mrs. and sons at to a birthday birthday birthday of Merino, S.D., Mrs. Minnie to Wish her a Her birthday Leece, Mrs. ' and daughters t Diamond at- at Mankato The were given. Zadina of the weekend LeUTe ALDOVl THI MOW 879.4019 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler called at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and Mr. and Mrs. John Peterka at Belleville Thursday evening, Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Mrs. Paul Osborne were in Hastings on business Thursday. Enroute home they had coffee with Mrs. Marion Gillilan in Glenvil. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole of Belleville visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. Floyd Davidson, Mrs. Russell Lange, and Mrs. Dallas Diamond took the Davidson's horses, Paula Pine and Limestone Ace, Mrs. Diamond's two-year-old Stallion, Highsocks, and Skip's Knickers, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Meeks of Grand Island and trained by Mrs. Lange, to the quarter horse shows at Topeka books have arrived at your city and Lawrence over the library. Here are a few for all weekend. These were large ages. shows and they were real Adult Fiction pleased with their placings. "State Trooper," Noel B. Earl and Stella Montgomery Gerson. The author's field visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmettresearch went into writing this Rothchild Tuesday evening, novel about the Connecticut Mrs. Dale Stratman of State Police as they plan for a Fairfield had supper Saturday tense rock-concert. with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence "Sadie Shapiro's Knitting Jensby. Book," Robert Smith. Sadie Mrs. Brian Simms and An- achieves success after sub- drea of Republic visited Sunday miLLing her best knitting. with her mother, Mrs. Floydpublication patterns for Davdison. publication. Reader's Digest Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond Book Club Selection. Literary and Rick called at the Dennis Guild alternate. Appleby home in Formosa and Non Fiction the Howard Appleby home in "Color Treasury Of Stamp Courtland Tuursday. Library Books Library Hours Monday Through Saturday 1:30-5:30; 7:00-9:00 p.m. Attention children: Summer reading program at City Library, inquire for particulars. Dear Readers: Several new YOUR SATISFACTION IS ALWAYS FIRST AND JUI FROM TEXAS CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE POTATOES MILD,MEDIUM LLOW ONIONS ..................... ,,. FRESH FLORIDA,FULL EARS SWEET CORN ................... 5 CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY ........................... ,u,,o,,,., EXTRA LARGE CALIFORNIA [MONS ....................................... For Cooking or Salads L-1S Lindt I Coupon Per Family Good Only at Jack Jill Youn Adult "Assignation In Algeria," John Lee. Brian Douglas, free- lance photographer living in Madrid. Romance and mystery, intrigue. "Deborah," Elsie Mack. Romance. Children "Splish Splash," Ethel and Leonard Kessler. "What Is a Color," Alice and Martin Provensen. "Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes," Beatrix Potter. Webber Collecting," Modern history in By Mrs. Harold Bothwell the mail. Organizing a Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and collection detecting forgeries family visited at the home of and fakes. Colored pictures. "The Future Is Now," William Gildea. George Allen, pro football's most con- tro~ersial coach. Nebraska Blue Book. Com- piled by Nebraska Legislative Council. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McChesney in Bradshaw, Neb., Sunday. Ann Hullett of Superior was a guest of Shelly Purcell Friday evening and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woerner at Superior for a cook-out supper Sunday evening. Ill tll~" dlt~:~l [IUIJ||. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Honey of Espanola, N. M., and Mrs. John Osborne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Star Vale. Mrs. Don Dunn and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanson in Ruskin Sunday. Mrs. Kermit Graham and Ginger of Concordia called on Mrs. Anna R. Graham Monday. Don Dunn was in Colorado Springs on business Saturday and Sunday. Four-H Sunday was observed at the Webber Church Sunday morning with the young people helping with the service, Lori Bothwell read the Call to Worship and Mark Intermill led the responsive reading. Mrs. Frank Herrmann and Mrs. Glen Andreason went to Mankato Friday to get the lesson which they will give at the June meeting of the Webber Homemakers Extension Club. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKee of Superior called on Mr. and Thursday, May 24, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B , Mrs. Clarence Behrends Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen called on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson went to Wichita Tuesday where Mr. Sisson had medical check- up. A community shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe was held Monday evening in the Fellowship Hall of the Webber Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Konvalin and family of Post Falls, Idaho, arrived at the Joe Konvalin home Sunday evening. They will visit relatives in Webber and Nebraska the next month. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Behrends Saturday evening. Ben Young, who has spent the winter with his sisters in Salina and Fremont, returned to his home in Webber Thursday. Mrs. Don Willett and children of Superior, Mrs. ttillard Johnson and children and Mrs. Ran Konvalin and sons were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konvalin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kintigh visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearley at Winowa, Kan., Friday and Saturday. Truth is the last thing thai some educators want to teach. Rhoads Secretaria I Bui Iding Phone 879-4341 436 Commercial Superior, Nob. IIIII Illl rrl, , Wilson Whole Boneless USDA Inspected 3 Halves in a Bag O Swift's Goldcrest Wilson Certified We Will Be Memorial Day Monday, May 28 10 A.M.-S P.M. CHUNK STYLE BRAUNSCHWEIGER ......... .79c FARMLAND CANNED '*' HAM ....... 1 ......... : ,. : Wilson Cortifiod Inter- All s,,ted Moat 5-9 Lb. sizes Lb. Lb. Slicod ALL REGULAR AND DIET FLAVORS Van Camp's " $1 21A Tins GOLDEN VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRIED S.STG. POTATOES 4'z.:'100 DIWY-FRISH FROZSN LEMONADE .................. JACK & JILL ...,LAVO.,*O.,EGU'.. HAMBURGER or CONEY KE CH "0' T UP. ............................. :;.:47c BARBECUE SAUCE ...... 39c O0 VLASIC PICKLES MARIA THROWN MANZANILLA KOSHER CHIPS ........... STUFFED OLIVES ......... 58c 3 Pkgs. KITTY CLOVER -"-'"' i'i'iTff0 Triple MARSHMALLOWS ......... 'x:29c M TISSUE ..... POTATO CHIPS ............. Pock 79c RED TAG COOKIE SALE KEEBLER COOKIES 3- ,,co FAIRMONT I"Kgl. I 9 S-o . $ O0 DiP N SNACK ............. 1 FAIRMONT POPS, ICE MILK OR Pkg. FUDGE BARS ....................... ,, 69c KRAFT INDIVIDUAL SLICED AMERICAN BONDWARE WHITE PAPER PLATES Tab--Sprite or Qt. ELls. Plus Deposit O0 Mile High Hamburger CHIPS Quart Jar AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS We Rezerve the Riqht. to Limit Quantities ~!i Prices Good through May 26, 1973 ]UR SATISFACTION IS FIRST J