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Superior, Nebraska
June 1, 1972     The Superior Express
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Because now you can serve beverages proudly to your guests and family with your own set of beautiful, monogrammed glasses. FREE. Four 12-oz. Tumbler Glasses and four 9 oz. "LoBoy" Glasses. Elegantly, permanently etched with your own graceful crested monogram. Delightfully delicate rims. Rich, sculptured-looking bottoms. Just like the glassware sold in the finest department stores. How can you get them? There's nothing to it! Just clip the FREE GLASS coupon from our newspaper ad each week, bring it in to the store, and collect a FREE monogrammed glass with a $5.00 grocery purchase. Clip a coupon a week--and at the end of 8 weeks, younJ have 8 FREE GLASSES. And if you'd like to add more glasses to your set, you can--for just a fraction of what they're worth. Just clip the special set-building coupon in our weekly ad; and you get one glass free when you buy one at our 59c price. PLUS, you can buy even more glasses for your set at the special low price of only 59c each. (No coupon necessary.) So get busy! Clip the coupons in this ad right now and collect your first FREE glass. (It's the 12-oz. size this week.) And watch our ad in this paper every week for the next eight weeks. Because we've got 8 FREE GLASSES waiting for you right now, even if your name isn't Aardvark! CLIP THESE COUPOHS et .... [-llllllllliiilltl[- mbai /arket IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIF-III-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII _ Ideal Marke lllllllllllllllF-I C: T-  .T,  t > BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE  rllllmm couPo  :  I .l 3 out u.oz mOIUM[O --_ t11t ................ , .=-,- /.L{/ FREE ;r:::'m :',:,;; ..... 59c - ..... : lilltllltlllt oo: t[lt I llllllllltlllltlll [='l ttll[lltlttlllHiitlllll[ll';  - lll[]llllllllttllWtlllliN  ! ['=]lllitiillttll IDEAL MARKET Thursday, June 1, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B .... --- Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Northeast News Kenneth Dohse. Guests of Christy Melvin last ( Last Week's Items) Mother's Day dinner guests in the Jens Hoyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hoyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hoyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thursday from Chadron were Wayne Ainsli and Bruce Walgren. Mr. and Mrs. Merten Mc- Cartney attended the golden wedding celebration in Edgar on Sunday for their uncle and Edgar Tietjen and family joined aunt, them later in the afternoon. Coffee guests Friday morning of Mrs. Leo Blackstone to help celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Norman Stenson, Mrs. Roger Wilton, Mrs. Don Boersma, Mrs. Leslie Erickson and Mrs. Darrell- Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schliefer of Deshler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hofts and Mr. and Mrs. Elza Grove were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hofts and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonsen and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortensen. Wednesday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone, Barry and Jamie. Guests Saturday evening in the Leonard Erickson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michaud and sons of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family were Mother's Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kinnison. Tuesday Mrs. Darrell Ward went to Lincoln with Loren Drohman to help bring the new Drohman baby home from the hospital. Mrs. Ward's baby, Brian, spent the day with his aunt. Mrs. Gary Culbertson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens attended the graduation at Nelson Tuesday evening. Afterwards they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Corman to honor Roger. Mrs. Merton McCartney was a house guest of Mrs. Nell Shaw in Lincoln Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. She attended the 97th annual session of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Darrell Ward and Brian attended the school picnic at Oak Thursday. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens were Day dinner guests of Mr. and Bill Kenley, Billie and Tracy of Mrs. Floyd Brakhage at Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Fuller visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Senseney at Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer visited Friday evening in the Einar Martens home at Hardy. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone and family were guests in the Norman Stenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson and Diane were dinner guests on Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holsteen at Nelson. Visitors Friday evening in the Don Boersma home were Mr. and Mrs. James Wassom of Hubbell and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wassom and family of Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson were dinner guests Mothers' Day of Rev. and Mrs. Don Wilson and family at Courtland. Tuesday morning callers of Mrs. Kenneth Corman, Danny and Kathy were Mrs. Darrell Jensen and Mrs. Fred Meyers and Stephanie. Edgar. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ward and family were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hassellman and daughters of Bellevue and Mrs. Edna Hineline of Nelson. Saturday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cartney was Mrs. Ray Hoffman of Chambers. Saturday evening Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Mc- Cartney visited the Otha Skinners at Davenport. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ward were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and family of Oak. Pieasant View ( Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferebee attended the wedding of Julie Mosier and Dennis Pace at the Christ Lutheran Church in Davenport Saturday evening. Nathan and Jared Harrington spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington. Mrs. Willard Karmazin, Mother's Day dinner guests in Laura and Pam attended a the Bill Erickson home were shower for Donna Ziggafoos and Mrs. Esther Rath, Richard Diane Schneider at Lawrence Meester and Jo Andersen of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Erickson and David. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton were dinner guests on Mother's Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons were among guests at a family Mother's Day dinner at Mankato. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone and family visited in the Fred Meyers home Saturday evening. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petersen of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cor- man and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma visited Sunday evening in the Earl Corman home. After the group on the hay ride passed through Angus last week, it looked like a tornado had scattered a load of hay in the streets. From the grumb- lings coming this way it sounded like the residents of Angus were very unhappy about it. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens attended the baccalaureate services at Superior Sunday afternoon. Then after lunch with the Clarence C. Wilton family they attended the graduation services in the evening. The Wilton's son, Daryl, was one of the Superior graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cartney attended the Industrial Arts Show at the Odell school Friday evening. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Biltoft and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Biltoft. Alvin Mc- Cartney is the instructor of the classes whose work was on display. Several of these items had placed first in competition at Beatrice at their show the week before. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rutt- man and family attended the graduation of Lydia Steen at Campbell Thursday evening. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ward and family were guests of Mrs. Shirley Corman in Nelson after graduation to honor the twins, Cheryl and Carol Corman. Mrs. Darrell Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens at- tended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Nora Hineline, at Davenport on Wednesday af- ternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Verda McGinness were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fitz- gerald and family of Superior. Mrs. Deppe of Edgar was a Sunday afterno01d. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller, Carl, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mueller and family of Glenvil and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langer and Dallas of Superior attended church and confirmation service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hastings in honor of Rex Mueller. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mueller and family. Dan Karmazin of Lincoln returned Tuesday to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Karmazin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller went to Lincoln Thursday evening to meet SP5 Richard Mueller, who is home for a week's leave. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stansbury were Thursday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harrington and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymund Statz and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Zoe Farrand of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whiteley were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whiteley and baby of Glenvil. Mrs. Raymund Statz went to Hastings Thursday evening with the Y-Teens to attend a movie. Guests in the Marvin Oltmans home Tuesday evening after commencement exercises to honor Craig on his graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oltmans, Lila Oltmans, Mrs. Emma Oltmans, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ferebee and Peggy, Mrs. Gene Smith, Mrs. Stella Klawitter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adamson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lanham and Troy of Kearney, Judy Epley and Larry Sehultz of Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen were Sunday evening callers in the Wilbur Wilson home. Mrs. Marvin Oltmans ac- companied Mrs. Stella Klawitter to Hastings Friday to visit Mrs. Gene Timm. Mrs. Velma Sullivan of Superior. Mrs. Joe Mertens, Mrs. Jerome Mazour, and Mrs. Rudy Kriger accompanied Mrs. Zd Sekora to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the D. C. C. W. Con- vention at the Nebraska Center. Gifts To Hospital The Nuckolls County Hospital has received a gift, given in memory of CLARENCE BAILEY from Mr. and Mrs. William H. HarboR.