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WAGON TRAI L 18 oz. Jars 18 oz. Jar 49( FIVE FRUIT FLAVORS 46 oz. Tins Jumbo Roll BIRDSEYE TOPPING Quart Carton I-'-'-'ICLIP THIS COUPON--"'==II GRANULATED DRAN0 Without 18 oz. 64c Cont. Bestyet Food Stores Expires: 6/13/731 Sales Tax applicable to price without coupon I&,,m i nun in i i Illl i nnn i i i nil I i U I KIMBI ES DAYTIME Pkg. of 30 200 Foot Roll 44 Pkg. of 10 ~ 4 Flavors BARS wAY ALMON D--MUNCH--MUSKETEER AMI GLASS CLEANER DIAPERS ,,.59c 6 for 44C 15 oz. 44 15's U 4 oz. Glass Jars 46 oz. Tins PURINA SEVEN VARI ETI ES 6 oz. Tins WHITE CALIFORNIA SWEET BING FANCY CALIFORNIA For ;E PIZZA DOUBLE CHEESE 29 oz. C UPTON CUP.A-SOUP Pkg. of Four Superior, Nebraska OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKSTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. Lovewell News Items... By Mrs. Clarence Jensby Many Lovewell people attended the 40th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross at Mankato Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harvey, David and Linda Flower, Barry Alexander, Mrs. Ethel Harvey and Chester Shipman were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby and family were evening callers. Lovewell D-Ex Club met with Mrs. Clinton Reynolds Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild and Mary were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child. Hollis Hendricks died in his home"in Courtland Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren, C. V. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers, Bruce Ayers, and Mrs. Emma Stenson at- tended his funeral at Belleville Saturday morning. Hollis was a brother of the late Ralph Hendricks and Ray Hendricks. Erwin Sweet, Duane Dahl and Monty and Lawrence Bouray were Tuesday afternoon coffee company of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. Mrs. C. V. Warren and Mrs. Chester Van Meter were Thursday morning callers of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson, Mrs. Dallas Diamond of Webber and Mrs. Russell Lange of Manhattan took their quarter horses to shows at Wichita on Friday, to Rose Hill on Satur- day and Beaumont on Sunday. Larry and Gwen Jensby visited Steve and Cheryl Taylor at Jewell Sunday. Conley Cleveland is building a room on the front porch of the Lew Edgar house which he bought April 4. The Cleveland family will be moving to their new home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker of Ventura, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance of Hardy were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. Thursday evening, the ladies attended the 40th anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth- child were Wednesday af- ternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth- child. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson sold their farm to the Roe Brothers this week. The Davidsons retained 20 acres and the buildings and wili continue to make their home on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kintigh, Mike and Roger helped Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel move to a home at the Cement plant Sunday. Bill started his new job in the office at the cement plant June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson and family of Court- land, Rick Defenbaugh of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Appleby of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Don Joyce, Miehelle and Lisa of Red Field, S. D., and Mrs. Avis Schmidt of Rovkham, S.D., were all guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby in Courtland Sunday evening for a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billing were hosts to the Rupert family reunion in their home Sunday. More than 40 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jensby of Davenport, Neb., and Mrs. Jensby's sister, Marion, and her husband from Durango, Colo., called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby Sunday afternoon. A correction in last week's items. Paula Pine, the registered American Quarter Horse, is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson but is shown by Mrs. Russell Lange of Manhattan. Lisa Osborne spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and daughters in Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and family attended the Elk Creek Rodeo at Agenda, Kan., Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Czirr of Hardy,'Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker of Ventura, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby of Webber were guests at a fish fry of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance of Hardy Friday night. Mrs. Paul Osborne started work at a beauty parlor in Courtland on June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby of Superior called at the Clarence Jensby and the Roy Jensby homes Saturday afternoon. Hardy News (Continued from Ic) Sorensen and sons were also guests in the Glenn Edwards home. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Powell of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mrs. Ellen Kirby of Win- netakko, Ill., visited Orpha Lee Perry Monday. They all called on Erma Romberg in Republic Monday afternoon. Janet Perry and Mark Siminski of Ord came Saturday evening to spend the weekend with Janet's mother. Those attending the wedding of Everett Myers and Patricia Miller at Kearney Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Deibert Roper, Ethel Briggs, Orpha Lee Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kirk and Deanna, Minnie Ocobock, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayes and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright and Mr. and Mrs. Max Pecht of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gregersen of Portland, Ore., and Dr. and Mrs. Alan Hansen and Connie of Holdrege were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gregersen. Carl Hansen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Hansen, is a dental student at Nebraska University and was unable to come. Monday af- ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gregersen attended Memorial services at Ruskin Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Panko and Keith of Cook, Neb., were overnight guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Olsen, May 26. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Burgess and Randy of Clay Center, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Herman, Jeff and Bradley of Smith Center, Kan. The ladies are daughters of Mr. Jensen. Guests for dinner on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris of Salem, Ore., Mrs. Harry Edwards, of Burlingame, Calif., formerly Esther Dezarn, Mrs. Wyatt Hayworth of Ridgeerest, Calif., formerly Trulla Dobbs, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore and Vicki of Exeter, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stenson of Superior called in the afternoon. Richard Bouray of Haven, Kan., came Monday to get his mother, Mae Bouray, to assist with the work in their home while Mrs. Bouray had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martens and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watt of Denver and Vera Kaldahl of Ruskin visited Irene Nelson Tuesday. Mrs. Elda Phipns and Susan of Wichita visited over the weekend in the Jim Healey home and with Ella Summers of Superior. They all attended the wedding at Webber last Sunday afternoon of Ruth Marr and Montv Prescott. Tim Edwards of Crete is staying with the Jim Miller family this summer to assist with the farming. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calder and family went to Lincoln May 27 to visit his mother, Mrs. Joe Calder, a patient in Lincoln General Hospital. They were joined by Mrs. Evelyn Fischer of Brea, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kriger and children of Mitchell, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bjorling and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder, jr., and sons of Fairbury. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kohl and family of Lincoln were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl May 27. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl joined other relatives for a cooperative supper at the Earl Corman home in honor of Mrs. Grace Magee and Mrs. LaVerne Adamson of Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grinstead, Shannon and Tab of Lincoln were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohl. The children stayed to spend the week with their grandparents. Callers in the Joe Train home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vogt of Downy, Calif., Anna Lane, of EIMonte, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Noblitt of Longview, Ore., Alice Myers of Salinas, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker of Ventura, Calif., Mrs. Ethel Carrie and Mrs. J. K. Fitz- gerald of Superior and Clair Henry. Guests of Orpha Lee Perry for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Myers and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Myers and Ethel Briggs. Callers in the Morton Jensen home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rasmussen of Clear Lake, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Les Rasmussen of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cardwell of Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Henry of Lincoln were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry, Saturday night. They were enroute to Red Cloud to attend a picnic on Sunday in honor of Mrs. Henry's mother, Anna Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Luedke and children of Oxford, Neb., visited friends in the Hardy community Sunday, May 27. They were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Czirr entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard BuckneU, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Czirr and daughter of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker left Monday morning for their home at Ventura, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark took three boys to Lawrence, Kan., to attend Boys State. They were their son, John, who will represent the Republic Legion Post, Robbie Jensen representing Courtland, and Lyle Thompson, who representes the Scandia Legion. Bill Lindroth left Sunday for Thursday, June 7, 1973 Manhattan to work on his mater's degree at Kansas State University. Callers in the Einer Martens home Sunday afternoon were Hilda Petersen, Elsie Petersen and Dagmar Petersen, all of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jensen called in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker of Ventura, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Walt Czirr and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby had a fish fry at the Keith Lance home Friday evening. Thursday evening they all had supper at the Clarence Jensby home. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lance were dinner guests Thursday of MT. and Mrs. Walter Czirr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hill and family of Topeka spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hill. Russell is in the Air Force and will soon be trans- ferred to Dietz Air Force Base at Abilene, Texas. Mrs. Hill went to Chester Sunday af- ternoon to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rhoads and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens, went to Ruskin Saturday evening to attend the wedding of Ramona Schultz to Mike Eickman of Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen and family went to Omaha May 27 to attend graduation exercises of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, at the Civic Auditorium, at which time their daughter, Margene, received her bachelor of science degree in medical technology. Margene was a guest of her parents, overnight Saturday and attended the wedding of Ramona Schultz and Mike Eichman at Ruskin, with the re, t of the family. Dr. R. C. Anderson of Shef- field, Iowa, spent last week at the Keith Lance home. Mrs. Anderson was in Greece with the Red Watson family. Mr. and Mrs. George Noel of Kansas City, Mrs. Fern Jensen of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Shirley Hill of Shreveport, La., were Monday and Tuesday guests in the Keith Lance home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dondlinger and sons of Shickley and Carl Nelson and Mrs. Daisy Lance joined them for supper Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Day and children of Colorado Springs spent the Memorial Day weekend with his mother, Martha Day. They visited relatives in Beatrice Sunday and left Monday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mients of Elk Creek, Nob., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eitzmann Sunday. Mrs. Mients is a sister of Mrs. Eitzmann. Callers in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lang and family of Edgar and Eldon TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3C went to the Orval Meyer home near Ruskin, where they en- joyed a cooperative supper. Roy Jensbys joined them after supper. Miss Carolyn Jensby and Richard Barrett went to Kearney to visit friends over the weekend. Captain Howard Miller has completed his training at San Antonio, Texas, and he and his family are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Banks, and other relatives. They will leave soon for Han- cock Air Base, Syracuse, N. Y., where he will resume his training. Monday evening the Pedersen relatives had a picnic in the Hardy park honoring Captain and Mrs. Miller, Rex and Jill and Mrs. Cecil Miller and Greg Pedersen for their June birthdays. Those present were Dr. and Mrs. Molgard, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pedersen, Alta Mae Pedersen and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Brian and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dillon and Travis of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Blair and children, besides the guests of honor. Guests in the Oscar Eitzman home during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Eitzmann and Amy of Hastings, Miss Mildred Kuper, a sister of Mrs. Eitzmann, of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kuper of Fremont and Miss Lori Hoops of Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hammett of Superior called at the Eitz- mann home Monday afternoon. Visitors in the Donald VanOrnam home during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Dean VanOrnam and Kimberly of Custer, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Powell of Grand Junction, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. louis VanOrnam of Upland, Calif., Mrs. Ellen Kirby of Winnetako, I11., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Voight of Downy, Calif., and Hazel Rhoads. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Kraye of Mullen, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Swanson of Beloit, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Topliff of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson and family of Court- land, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erickson and family of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Clark. Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Steier, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Merle File, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne DaM and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Aurand. Miss Dianne Vorderstrasse spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eitzman and daughters. Vorderstrasse, at Glenvil. 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