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June 22, 1972     The Superior Express
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./" Local News... guest Meyer I. Lawrence Rock and Mrs. Doris and Joe and Mrs. Frank this week. John Harper of visiti Mr. and from Shelley daughters, spending some of Lincoln spent With Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. DeWayne Sons of St. Paul to attend Park in The Barleen Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Roger and Steve them for a evening. Camp- of Fan., came Day Mrs. Bob John Combs attended at Lovewell Day. John I-lansen Frank Martin Mrs. Roy birthday Wed- and Diane Island, spent Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim- and Mr. and attended anniversary of Don Quinn at r. ansen, Debbie Jim Sawfelt of , with Mr. and Bernice and Miss Rita last Mr. Miller and stayed last grandmother, Woerner, in Leonard Ebsen Ebsen were and Mrs. Eulin Saturday Day. spent Thursday Cathy Martin. with Pare Wednesday Mrs. Elsie and Mrs. Frank were in evening Jones home. with them. went to the Concordta last She has had r visited her during the is improving at James Sham- Rock were of Mr, Sunday. Dawn and Mrs. and Yvonne They called Hoines of Chtldress Mr. and Childress and Shelley and days last ' visited in on to Minnesota L,'s. Ed Monson and tYne Hobbs and her Shuck, at Donnie H/ff and C. E. Sole Nelson and Mr. ins AND G BINS )of panel con- super-rib for strength. 5for )ositive seal. systems planning ,n available. tured for SEED & SUPPLy Corp. SALES AND SEE. Mohler Station Nebraska and Mrs. William Stichka of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stichka in Superior Sunday evening. Dale Gourley of Superior and Miss Linda Gourley of Longmont, Colo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eynner An- dersen and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brazil of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. Orval Childress and granddaughters Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Studier of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs spent Thursday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Willett and family. Mrs. Don Rogers, Rae and Rita were Hastings visitors Saturday. Mrs. Bert Malsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Superior, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Stenson and Mark of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen helped Harry Jensen celebrate his birthday Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hulet and family of White Hall, Mich., visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family Tuesday evening. Fred Molley and Jack MoTley of Red Cloud were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and family Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gus Fintel and Mrs. William Mueller of Superior were visitors in the DOn Fintel home Sunday evening. Mrs. Hans Ehlers of Superior and Miss Linch Gourley of Longmont, Colo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley Wed- nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and Mike and Mrs. Alvira Rogers were visitors at the Don Fintel home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie llfff visited her sister, Mrs. C. E. Sole, and new twins in the Nuckolls County Hospital Wednesday and Friday. Mrs. Harold Booker and Mrs. Lois Field and her daughter, Cathy, of Denver were visitors at the Art Gourley home Wednesday afternoon. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter and Dan Pettit, of Burr Oak were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilton visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Rogers and family Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. James Teach- worth and family of Superior visited Mr. and Mrs. John Combs Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family of Lawrence Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmore Hobelman, Mike and Brenda of Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gourley of Superior spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley. Mrs. Eulin Ebsen and children were coffee guests of Mrs. Richard Wulf and children Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mohler and Mrs. Val Thompson of Superior were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wernecke and Debbie of Guide Rock and Ernest Wernecke of Junction City, Kan., were dinner guests of Mrs. Clint Wernecke and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Combs were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith of Superior, to meet Mrs. Arno Pfiefer and family of Hastings, who were also dinner guests. Real Estate Transfers Lola B. Pittam to Lola B. Pittam and Doris L. Herndon; LOt 14, Block 32, O.T. Nelson. Marvin L. and Norma Jean Bockholdt to Elmer C. and Dorothy D. Paul; Undivided i Interest in Part Ex SEt/i, 25-I. 6. Hazelle Belle Gibson to County of Nuckolls; Part Lots 9, I0 and 11, Block 8, O.T. Bost- wick. Ruby A. Ballard to Gladys Simmons and Joe Sonntag; Lot 9, Block I, East Superior. Carrie Bailey to Ruth Ber- niece Schriever; SEx/4 28 and NE I/4, 33-2-7. Eugene and Irene Wood to Stephen P. and Dollie M. Ross; Lot 4, andPart LOts, I, 2, 3 and 5, Block 2, Hunter's Subdivision of Lots 6, 9 and 10, Block 20, North Superior. In The County Court Probate Department Thursday, June 22, 1972 Estate of Sarah Fern Jensen, Loy Allen Yerton, 22, and deceased; decree of probate, Joyce Ellen-Kaldahl, 21, certificate of probate, bond of married June 9, at Hardy by executor, letters testamentary. Rev. Kent Morse with Timothy Estate of Bernice Barfknecht, Jorgensen and Janet Kaldahl as deceased; final decree, witnesses. Estate of Viola Springer, Lee Bruce Hansen, 20, and deceased; petition for final Vonia Lane Shotzman, 20, settlement, order for hearing married June 10, at Hardy by set for June 5, at 10 o'clock. Peter D. Trucano with Mrs. Tim ON FIN E QUALITY FOODS ! PO RK I, CHOPS ',!!2!!! .............. ........ ........... SWISS STEAK .............. .89c PORK RIBS .................... ,.79c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 49c )nly at Jack & Jill BAKING MIX BISQUI49 c Une, mO" 4fK:g. FABRIC SOFTENER DOWNY s119 TI D E ICE CREAM NOODLES GOOCH'S DINNERS BEEF NOODLE CHICKEN DUMPLING BEEF STROGANOFF TUNA NOODLE BUTTER-NUT I ROAST'N BLEND COFFEE 3 LB. CAN LIMIT ONE WITH COUPON m EXPIRES JUNE 27 GOOD O1 AT JACK & JILL GENERAL MILLS SNACKS CHIPOS 43c THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7 B Estate of Henry Hashage, deceased; petition for deter- mination of inheritance tax, order appointing special county attorney. Traffic Violations State of Nebraska vs. Clayton E. Myers; over width, $10.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Danny L. Kirk; no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. Daniel L. Moeller; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State of Nebraska vs. James A. Nelson; reckless driving, $25.0D and costs. Marriage Department O'Neill and Thomas Sorensen as witnesses, Harry Leonard Hall, legal age and Opal Ruth Wauby, legal age, married June 10 at Superior with Virgil Hall and Edna Hall as witnesses. Kenneth Alan Franzen, 25, and Janice Irene Grummert, 22, married June 3 at Salem Lutheran Church by Pastor George J. Feistner with Betty Jean Grummert and Donald F. Franzen as witnesses. Almtracts Imcerperated Downing Building Superior, Neb. 68978 S0-tf -- j ;'_'% ".'.m t  ! .-/ i .;.;i. ! l _P."=". ........... " I ".'_,-,,-.,-,.,. I ;;;."T "= I  "'::: I YOUR SATISFACTION I 1 TINS FROZEN COFFEE CREAMER COFFEE RICH ............... :;.29c JENO'S HAMBURGER PIZZA MIX ,,.,,, ................... pks. U4/I GOLDEN VALLEY FROZEN PEAS ......................... 3 .o:: ,1 UQUIO BLEACH gal CLOROX ....................... ,.,57c /f\\; LIQUID l PURE SHORTENING SWIFTNING ................... 3 79c KRAFT JET PUFF MARSHMALLOWS ,.,,.a, ....... pk|. J qlP GEORGIE PORGIE YELLOW OR WHITE POPCORN ...... "" . Pkr OO1 KRAFT SINGLES SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE .:.;:.63c AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS y We Reserve the Riqht @ to Limit Quantities Prices Good Through June 24, 1972 OUR SATISFACTION IS  FIRST