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FOOD STORES Just right for your Memorial Day Celebration! You'll need or weiners! You'll need all the trimmings to go with them. on in, where prices are right and good cook-outs begin. We will be Open MEMORIAL DAY 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ALL PURPOSE 48 oz. Jar DAYTIME lilll~ Pkg. of 24's .m. BESTYET. It coupon Illil Pound Box 14-- 17 lb. FIRESIDE OR PLE RIVER lb. ISAGE OR SLICES CENTER CUT WER lb. II PRAIRIE MAID lb. KRAFT 8 oz. MOZARELLA Pkg. ER BABY FOOD Glass Jars MYSTERY SPE Superior, Nebraska oVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKsTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. ( I,ast Week's News) By Mrs. V. H. Linnemann A week ago last Friday morning Mrs. Velma MeKevitt of Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann. Bruce Stiles went to Kearney Friday to attend the funeral of his uncle, Grant Churchill. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mont- gomery of Omaha came to spend Mother's Day weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Montgomery of Burr Oak. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson and Lori had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson. Jan and Daryl Wilton of Lincoln came home to spend the Mother's Day weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen and Heather and Mrs. Minnie Wullenwaber spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. In the evening they all enjoyed a barbeque. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Verena McKinley of Topeka was a visitor of Mrs. Sanford Swanson. Mrs. Don Shroyer went to Peru Friday to bring her daughter, Barbara, home for the summer. The pupils of the upper room of the Beaverville District had a picnic at the Lovewell Lake last Friday. Some of the mothers attending were Mrs. Sanford Swanson, Mrs. Ralph Wilton, Mrs. Leland Bargen, Mrs. Raymond Amack and Mrs. Larry Schuh. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reiman were lunch guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Wittlake in Superior to help Mrs. Wittlake celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bargen were Mother's Day dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen, in Superior. Mrs. Rule Bishop of Nelson was also a guest. Last Wednesday evening Mrs. Elsie Wissing was a visitor in the V. H. Linnemann home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Persson and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mont- gomery of Omaha visited last Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson and Lori. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nielsen to Kearney Saturday to attend the wedding of Monty Nielsen and Anne Slattery at the Newman Chapel. Sunday Mrs. Edwin Wilton was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton. John Ray of Lincoln spent the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray, Terry and Nancy. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson were Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Leahn of Juiesburg, Colo., Mrs. Pearl Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson. Tuesday Bruce Stiles spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family. Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Martha Lemke at Red Cloud were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kim- minau. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray went to Nelson Wednesday to visit with Marie Tumbleson at the Good Samaritan Home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking and Pastor and Mrs. E. Kuehn of Hastings were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. George Feistnex and family. Sunday Mrs. Dessie Shroyer had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and family. Howard Larsen and Mrs. Charles Stiles and Tim spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family at Webber. Bruce Stiles was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf at Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau Wednesday evening. Sunday Howard Larsen had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiles and family. Wec esday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhrmacher and Shirley visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhr- reacher, Russ and Julie. WlU.l~mi Net, S . . . . Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilton and Brandy at a Mankato cafe. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moran of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moran of Ruskin. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher, Russ and Julie visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bargen at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilton and Margaret Wilton were in Lincoln last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmaeher, Russ and Julie and Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann were visitors Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher, Melvin and Darrell. Bostwick . . . ( Last Week's News) By Mrs. Walt Warneking Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith and Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Combs and daughter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- dersen of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Yvonne, Nell Thomsen, Cindy Wulf and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell and Dawn Sunday. A Mother's Day program was given at the Bostwick school Monday morning for the Mothers in the district. Mrs. Clarence Wilton is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and daughters were guests of Mrs. Elsie Wissing in Superior Saturday evening for Mother's Day and to celebrate Cathy Martin's birthday. The regular card party was held at the Bostwick schoolhouse Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clyde and Diane Clyde of Lincoln were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clyde and sons in Superior Mother's Day. Lori Jo Fintel was an over- night guest of Dedra Smith in Superior Friday to help Lori Jo celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Val Thompson of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim- minau and Virgil, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kimminau and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kimminau of Hastings were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kimminau and family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Shambaugh at Guide Rock last Sunday. In the af- ternoon Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Shambaugh attended the mother-daughter tea at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert of Guide Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and daughters of Hardy visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerner and Beth went to the Mariner's picnic at Lovewell Lake Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family of Lawrence were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delka and Kevin of Lincoln were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delka and family Saturday. Mrs. Irvin Ebsen was a dinner guest of Nancy in Superior Sunday for Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brazil of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ladman and family of Lincoln visited Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton went to visit their daughter, Mrs. DeWayne Barleen, and family last Sunday afternoon, returning home Monday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Iliff and family were dinner gcests of ,Cir. and Mrs. Edward Stichka in Superior Sunday. Mrs. Joel McLafferty of Lincoln visited Jo Keifer in Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Keifer and other relatives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton attended open house for Karen Studier for her belated con- firmation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Studier, last Sunday evening. Dinner guests of Mrs. Harold Delka and Doris Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and family of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Delka and Kevin of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and family of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Delka and Lynette of Grand Island, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ehlers and family of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolka and family. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmore Hobelman and family of Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Gourley of Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Loy Bailey of Longmont, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Studier, Laurie and Mark of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John COmbs and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis COmbs and Jeff Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Oliver Mearns was a visitor at the Orval Childress home Wednesday morning. Mrs. Irene Barfknecht and Lee visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family Friday night. Mrs. Eulin Ebsen visited Mrs. Alvin Epley of Nora Wednesday morning. Steven Clyde of Superior came Friday evening to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clyde. Mitchell Woerner, Tom Mohler and Tom Roberson of Superior were visitors in the Art Gourley home Saturday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim- minau visited Mrs. Louise Brockman and family of Lawrence Friday afternoon. Ben Hake of Guide Rock was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, May 24, 1973 Frank Delka and family Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton and Mrs. Kenneth Studier visited Mrs. Earl Godsey Friday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter of Burr Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller visited Mrs. Clint Wernecke at the Webster County Hospital at Red Cloud Sunday evening. Dawn Russell of Mankato spent Monday and Tuesday and Thursday and Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family. Mrs. Gus Fintel and Dixie Fintel and Jaramie were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Fintel and family Friday. Mrs. Harold Delka, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Iliff and family, Mrs. Harold Gharring, Mrs. Frank Martin, Ellis Clyde, Rick Johnson and Mrs. Milo Long, Terresa and Mike were visitors at the Art Gourley home last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton and family Saturday for Mother's Day. In the afternoon the ladies and children were Chester visitors. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton and family were visitors in his parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Fintel and family and Dixie Fintel and Jaramie visited Mrs. Alvira Rogers in Superior last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley, Mrs. Hans Ehlers and Mr. and Mrs. Loy Bailey of Longmont, Colo., spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley in Superior. Mrs. Gus Fintel of Superior and Mrs. Don Fintel and Jaramie visited Mrs. Clint Wernecke at the Webster County Hospital in Red Cloud Thursday afternoon. Proceedings of Board of Education Superior Public Schools District No. 11 Nuckolls County Superior, Nebraska Regular meeting: Monday, May 14, 1973. Members present: Leslie Alexander, Darold Hiatt, Donald Meyer, Joe Schaaf, Marshall Vale. Members ab- sent: Vernon Johnson. Ad- ministrative staff present: Dale D. Mooberry, Superintendent of Schools, David W. WaKers, secondary principal, Charles W. Denson, elementary principal. The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by Vice-President Leslie Alexander at 7:30 p.m., in the Superintendent's office at the high school. (This regular meeting notice was published in the Superior Express on Thursday, April 12, 1973, as well as a notice that the tentative agenda might be secured for review at the Superintendent's office after Thursday, May 10, 1973.). It was moved by Meyer and seconded by Hiatt to approve the minutes of the last regular meeting (April 9, 1973) as printed. (These regular meeting minutes were published in the Superior Ex- THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3C press on Thursday, April 12, 1973). By roll call: Ayes 5; Nays 0; Motion carried. It was moved by Hiatt and seconded by Schaaf to approve the General Fund Claims (April 1973) and Certified and Non- Certified Personnel salaries (May 1973) as submitted by Superintendent Dale D. Mooberry and to issue warrants to pay same totalling $49,557.09. By roll call: Ayes 5; Nays 0; Motion carried. Local Bills B & S Tire Market $ 13.57 Bill Morris Ford 1,450.00 Christensen & Son, Inc. 26.91 Coast to Coast 36.78 Deuel Pharmacy 3.65 Farmers Union Co-op 211.25 Gambles Store 66.65 Gas Service CO. 611.66 Milan Hansen 75.00 George F. Johnson 150.00 Gary Kile 22.40 Lee's Champlin Service 140.30 Mary's Saw Shop 9.80 Mrs. Pat McCord 250.00 Muilet's 24.77 William Nielsen 30.00 Pete's Radio & TV 4.50 Vernon Rempe 200.00 Safeway Stores 12.47 Superior Deshler 53.60 Superior Exvress 45.20 Superior Light, Water & Sewer Dept. 1,447.68 Superior Motor Parts 65.12 Herschel Underwood 35.30 Valley Building Center 311.78 Winebar Plunbing 101.90 Woerner Ford Tractor 87.40 May 1973 Salaries 41,249.69 Out-Of-Town Bills Baum Iron Company 37.00 Blue Cross-Blue Shield 579.85 Business Supply Co.15.15 Canning Truck Service 5.27 Educational Service Unit No. 9 1,672.35 IBM 24.3O Josten's 2.68 Lincoln Telephone 177.61 Modern Methods, Inc. 165.78 Molzer Music Co. 1.64 Prentice-Hall 3.30 Protex Systems, Inc. 100.00 Ron's Music 9.50 University of Nebraska 17.56 University Publishing Company 7.52 Total Claims $49,557.09 It was moved by Hiatt and seconded by Schaaf to adjourn the meeting - 11:55 p.m. By roll call: Ayes 5; Nays 0; Motion carried. The next regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held at 7:30 p.m., on Monday June 11, 1973, in the Superin- tendent's Office at the High School. Also, a tentative agenda for this meeting may be reviewed at the Superin- tendent's Office aRer Thursday, June 7, 1973. These minutes are public records and may be reviewed at anytime during normal school business hours at the Superintendent's Office. Dale D. Mooberry Secretary Board of Education May 14, 1973. ;t Lin We give you the convenience of 11 offices in 6 cities, including our new offices in Ord, Fairbury and Crete...to serve you better! But, wherever you are, we're as near as your telephone because there's a toll-free number you can call any day. Just dial 'O' and ask for Enterprise 1234. First Federal Lincoln means extra interest, too. Because we give you Continuous Compounding so your savings earn from the moment of deposit, and every moment after. 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