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f i )/ Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill attended the alumni banquet Mr. and Mrs. Dave Haley, Thomas are Kimminau, Stanley, Susan and Superior, Saturday evening. Christopher and Amy, Superior, David. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph The men entertained the group, were Saturday afternoon Miller, Kimminau were . Sunday Callers the past week at the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Luke were evening visitors, home of Mr. and Mrs. LouisBlackstone. and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster Hasemeyer, jr., and familyMonday guests of Pastor and attended a 50th wedding an- were Mrs. Robert Hillman, Mrs. Gene Little, Scott and Scan Superior, was niversary for. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. were Pastor and Mrs. Tim guest of her Lyman Hansen at a cafe party Lyman Hansen, Mrs. Guy Goold and sons, Scottsville, and Frasier. room in Superior Saturday Allington, Kevin Knoell, Dana Imceil Gonld, Meadview, Ariz. s. liliff Banks afternoon. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rohl, r = Mr' and Mrs' Lrna McCutchen' Mr" and Arizna' and Mrs" Jhn Rgers I\ /. ce i! ..... ickson near Mrs. Gaff Hudiburgh, Mrs. Rick and Eric. ~Cookout. Harris and Kimberly and Mr.Lorna McCutcheon made a wren/ m Hiatt went and Mrs, Mitchie Woerner and business trip to Lincoln Friday, ,\, . ..................................... _2 and attended Michelle attended a family Wednesday visitors in the graduation of supper at the home of Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon By Miss Bernice Miller Pamela Mrs. Terry McCutcheon, Shane Mohler were Pastor Robert Ralph Herz and George Mr. and Mrs. and Krystal, Thursday. Albin, Cherri and Becki, Buescher have been released Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt, Mr. Hastings, and Mrs. Lyle from Mary Lanning Hospital. Elmer Britten, and Mrs. Werner Ritterling, Trautman, Trenton, Levi and Sunday visitors in.the home of Sunday dinnerByron, and Harold Runge, Oak, Nathan, Superior. Mrs. Levi Miller were Mr. and \ ) f ) ,' f ~i~' / I USDA Choice tender taste \ \ \ 0 Thursday, June 9, 1983 Mrs. Alfred Miller and children, and Mrs. John Menke and sons, Guide Rock, Leland Miller, Corrine Menke, Mr. and Mrs. Marie Hoffman, Roseland, Mr. Seward, Mr. and Mrs. Gr . Glen Groshans and Mr. and and Mrs. Dan Perez, Aurora, Drohmm , Deshler, Mr. andMrs.. Ron Kohmetscher and Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Bernard Miller and family, Hastings. Billesbach, Beatrice, Mr. and Colby Precooked Lb. 1 0 Per Pkg. Fresh Ears Red or Gold Delicious 2 Lbs. Homestyle or Buttermilk 8-Oz. Size Kraft Chilled Jack & Jill 8uttertop 24-0z. Loaf grandson, Austin Spurling, Weekend guests of Norms Si icldey, and Mr. and Mrs. Kimminau were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Mazour and sons, Paul Dale and son, Omaha. Frozen Potatoes 5-Lb. Bag I I Impulse Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gable and daughter, Austin, Texas, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tebbe. Mr. and Mrs. LeRov Hubl, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hubl and Brandt, Augsburg, Germany, recently visited Caroline Hubl. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Menke were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Menke and Mary Jo, Katy, Texas, and Mr. Cheryl Faimon of the U. S. Army and her son, Calvin, came from Germany to attend the wedding of her sister, Connie Faimon, and Gary Beuscher May 28 at St. Stephen's Catholic Church. A pot-luck dinner Sunday honored Sister John Baptist. She is retiring from full time teaching duties. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack & Jill IO-Oz. Leaves 6 Scents 2.8-0z. Mrs. Leanard Streff, Holdrege, and Mr. and Mrs. James Streff, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brock- man and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Streff, Hastings. Sunday they all attended the centennial celebration at Assumption. Olga Thimesch, Garden Plain, Kan., and Mary Stech, Friend, called on Stella Kucora and Mr. and Mrs. Wencll Kucera. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Drudik, Crete, were weekend visitors of relatives in the Gerald Streff at a carry-in Lawrence area. supper Saturday were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Juranek, . III II I I I If you need a special cut of poultry, call our department Bow Wow Brand 28 Bag today. "Health & IO0-Ct. Pkg. III I :/ S Ct. Pkg. Schick Plus Platlum qm : : ::!il : ! Large Green Hass For Budget Elbow Gerber Varieties California Flame Gold Beauty Aids" C Fresh Shredded THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ~B Crook, Colo., Mrs. Bob Novotny, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Faimon and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schroer, Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Juranek and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kulek and family, Hastings, visited their mother, Marie Faimon, and attended the Faimon-Buescher wedding Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Peper, Omaha, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ostdiek last weekend Local delegates attend state extension session Lb. The Nebraska Council of Home Extension Clubs is meeting today through Saturday. Delegates repesenting the Nuckolls County Extension Clubs are Georgia (Mrs. Joe) Keim of Davenport and DeEtte (Mrs. Gilbert) Smidt of Superior, these delegates are responsible for evaluating any policy changes brought to vote and also for acting in the election of new state officers and district representatives. Thelma (Mrs. Leonard) Wortman of Ruskin is one of the candidates running for state office. Mrs. Wortman who has been active on the county council as well as local club activities has been nominated for the office of state publicity chairman. Those other extension club members from the county at- tending the state meeting will be enjoying tours of surroun- cling points of interest, learn- shops of various types, op- portunities to hear local as well as national talent present programs as well as gather information on programming for the Nuckolls County Ex- tension Clubs. On exhibit at the , high school in~ Beatrice are i; entries from all over Nebraska :~ Z ~ in the quilting and photography ii~ ~ .... divisions of the fine arts com- State honors Roger Biltoft I -Lb. Pkg. C Fresh Green Onions , o..,,. or Reg. or Diet 8 Pack 16-Oz. Dottles Each year the Nebraska Department of Agriculture recognizes dairy fieldmen who do outstanding work throughout the year. Lb The primary duties of a Hi licensed dairy fieldman is to work with dairy producers regarding milk quality and to ensure that the sanitation C requirements of the Nebraska .... Manufacturing Milk Law are met. Although these are the primary duties under the Nebraska law, his actual duties are much more varied and include all aspects of the milk industry. This year's recipients of this award and runner-up were announced at the Annual Dairy Fieldman's Conference held in Grand Island. Chester Frisch, O'Neill, an employee of Kraft Foods Inc., was presented the Outstanding Dairy Fieldman Award for 1983 by Denis Blank, chief of the Bureau of Dairies and Foods. Roger Biltoft, Oak, was : presented the runner-up plaque. He is an employee of Mid- America Dairymen and works with Mid-America patrons in the Superior area. He is im- mediate .past-president of the Dairy Fieldman's Association and as such has served as a representative on the Nebraska Dairy Industry Review Board. Plus Oeposit PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1983 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities Open Thursday until 9:00 p.m. YOUR SATISFACTIOH iS WAYS FIRST*! [ & FRANK'S . . of Doorknobs. Duxells .'Thinas House Painting Some paints are designed to release loose chalk that is then carried away by rain. The chalking action carries away dirt and helps to keep the paint clean. High-chalking can he desirable ff you choose a white or light-colored paint. If the lower paint of the ex- terior of your home is brick or masonry, avoid painting the upper portions ot the home with a high-chalking paint. Loose chalk can wash down and stain brick or masonry. New masonry should be sealed with a clear primer- sealer before painting. Choo a paint designed for masonry. The exterior of your home may need repainting but the paint in protected areas such as under the overhangs may still be in good condition. Do these areas need repainting every time you paint your house? No. You should not repaint these areas every time, provided the color of the old and new paint matches. Excessive paint buildup can lead to cross grain crackling, leaving a crackled appearance. Although the United Nations has many offices in Swlt. zerland, Switzerland is not a member of the United Nations. According to folklore, if you dream of eating white grapes, it means that it will surely rain the next day. 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