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L ~ " k Ne s... ;" guests one day last week of Mr. wedding of Nancy Wagner and Mary Lanning Hospital in Mrs. Charles Bagley, in Thursday, June28,1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS S B ~C and Mrs. Frank Delka and Glenn Clements at the St. Paul Hastings Friday. Mrs. Bob Superior to help them celebrate ~-- family. Lutheran Church in Auburn Gunn and Belinda and Melanie their 47th wedding annivei'sary, and Mrs. Elvin Steier, Mrs. Soil Conservation ~~~l)onnlellfff ~~! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molley, Friday evening. Mr. andMrs. Brown visited him ThursdaySunday dinner guests of Mr. Mildred Steier, Mrs. Atha Jack Molley and Louise Clifford Hobson of Manhattan afternoon, andMrs. Clarence Aurandwere Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Disiricf -News Blankenbaker of Red Cloud and also attended. Vera Aurand of Kansas City, Mrs. Paufine Aurand, Vera Stenson, Richard and Mark, Small watershed projects that Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and were brought about by public Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Metez Kan, and Craig and Lezlie Aurand and Craig and Lezlie sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, law 566 help prevent thousands Superior were Sunday af- were Sunday dinner guests in Leec#of Prairie Village came Leece. ternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Ivan Van Meter home. Mr. to the Pauline Aurand homeSunday afternoon guests inKirk and Shelia, Mr. and Mrs.~ of dollars worth of flood Eulin Ebsen, to help Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Ed Van Meter haveFriday evening. Vera will visit the Ralph Gunn home to visit Dorman Clark, Mr. and Mrsdamages right here in Jerry Combs. week. R Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Joan Hansen Molley celebrate her birthday, moved from their trailer house her .mother until Wednesday. with the California relatives Glen Aurand and family, Mr. Nebraska and Kansas. If you !, Mr. and Mrs.and "Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mrs. Irvin Ebsen and Nancyto the house where Mr. and Mrs. The Leece children will visit were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell and Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Mrs. want to know what a watershed and Mrs. Dale Hansen left Saturday for North Ebsen were Fairbury visitors Conley Cleveland formally next week with their grand- Birrell and daughters, Mr and Katherine Townsend, Mr. and is, Where they can be built and tamEly of Georgia Platte to attend the rbdeo and Saturday. lived, parents, Mrs. Aurand and Mr. Mrs. Greg Birrell and sons, Mr. Mrs. Robert Brown, Katherine what they do, tune in to Channel ~isofMr. and take their granchildren, Brian Mrs. Irvin Ebsen was a Mr. andMrs. ClarencePecht andMrs. QuentinLeece, sr.,at andMrs. Bob Gunn and family and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs 4, Superior, at 12:15 p.m. UOmbs. Monday and Sheila Hansen, home. dinner guest Sunday of Nancy and their grandson, John Lovewell. andMr.Mrs.andCharleSMrs. GeneGUnn'stenson, DewayneBrian BardDahland Mr.andandfamilY'Mrs. programFriday' Juneput on29' andby scsWatChper-a s of Mr. and Mrs." Mrs. Mabel Martin of Lincoln Ebsen. Wesley, of Salem, Ore., were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ayers met Mark and David spent the Raymond Aurand and family of soanei, Virgil Overbeck from Were Mr. and Mrs. is a visitor in the Frank Martin SOUth houseguests of Mrs. Pauline Mrs. Jan R. Ayers of Grandweekend with Mrs. Stensons Belleville. , Fairbury and Ray Kubie of s. home. Mr. and "Mrs. MartinDO~ Aurand from Tuesday untilIsland at Clay Center Friday. I.Frank Childress were in Lincoln last weekend" Saturday morning. Derrick, Lisa and Douglas parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCoy, at Lexington, Neb. To avoid "hydroplaning' Lincoln..Both Virgil and Ray have had a lot of experience in Mrs. Pauline Aurands' Ayers returned home with their Vera Aurand and Craig Leece during wet weather, the Tire watershed projects and they ~nid, their grand- visiting relatives. By Mrs. Preston Gunn Thursday evening supper mother They spent last week ~lUerque, N.M., Friday night guests of MrMr. and Mrs. William Smith, guests were Mr. and Mrs. with their grandparents, called on Mrs. Preston Gunn Industry Safety Council will tell you about their many of Mr. and Mrs. andMrs Alfred Miller were Mr. Sunday morning, recommends two important benefits along with how they from TUesday and M~. Larry Kucera of Debbie and Tim of Camarilla, Clarence Pecht and John Calif. arrived Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, steps for all motorists: Make benefit the local people. Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence of Salina came Saturday to Harrell and Becky were Sunday sure your tires have sufficient ~ay. Wednesday Deweese. Karen Kucera of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn and Aurand and family and Mr. and spend the weekend with herevening lunch guests of Mr. and tread depth--at least more than uncl Mrs. OrvalLawrence is spending the week other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ray Aurand and children mother, Mrs.. Emma Stenson. Mrs. Clare Roe. one-sixteenth--and slow down. Prison and Drugs :: supper honoring with Mr and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunn and of Be]leville. The Senate voted recently, by Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mrs. Greg Birrell met Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Ward Aurand and children were dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel and Alan Eitzen of Hillsboro, Kan., hosted a family picnic dinner The Sacramento perch is not a large margin, in favor of stiff, lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent of Superior were Saturday in Salina Friday and they spent Sunday in h6nor of Dr. Eleanor really a perch, but a member of mandatory prison terms for Darrell Birrell, Kim and Laurie evening guests in the Grogthe day together. Aurand and her niece, Dorothy the sunfish family, narcotics pushers and criminals Friday. Birrell home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bagley and Aurand, of Lewistown, Pa. who use firearms, including life Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Mrs. Preston Gunn and Jeff daughters were Sunday dinner Those attending the picnic were It's only the family tree that sent ences for second-offense Leon and Elaine attended the visited Preston Gunn at the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Kenneth File, Mr. bears nuts the yearround, drug peddlers." ain'nd Mrs. Verma Sund was a TUesday evening caller at the John Harper and Miller home. Monday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Levi Donnie Uiff and Miller of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs Edward Mr. and. Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert of Guide Rock were of Formono, afternoon. Robert Meggitt visited Mr. Wilton Sunday and Mrs..Wilton and Mrs. Don afternoon. and Margaret Sunday with Rohla. Other David dinner Mr. and Mrs. of Guide Darrell Hoins of and Mrs. Bill were Sunday of Mrs. Harold and dinner William Sunday in the Miller and Mrs. "Dick afternoon Mrs. )on and Dedra Lee and Loft night Dixie and guests of Fintel and supper Mrs. Fintel Mxs. Robert Guy and Alvira md Jaramie Smith of in home. Mr and and the Webster and a visit Mrs. Ed of Mr. and were Mr. and Kan., Roger Kan. Bleek- vere Sunday and Mrs. attended Sunday and Mrs. evening V. H. Lin- Leonard Ebsen Ebsen were and later in the coffee guests of Robert Neb., was Gourley Dale m the Gourley evening and Mrs. Bill Kan. of Mr. CHEESE SAUSAGE HAMBURGER 13-0z. BANQUET CHICKEN, Dill,, TURKEY POT PIES ............ :;:::69c JAC~K& JILL ICE CREAM ................ :;="1'" FAIRMONT ORANGE, LIMON OR GRAPE DRINKS ....... 3,,.,.". 39c Potato Chips 9-0z. Twb t-2S C Half Hams 29 Whole Boneless 3 Halves In A Bag Wilson Certified All Meat 12-0z. Pkg. Van Cam 100 CHARCOAL 300 Tins JACK JILL CONEY OR' KRAFT MARGARINIE HAMBURGER BUNS.3'- *.$1 PARKAY ................. 3 ,,,,,. l-Lb. $100 Pkos. I MILE HIGH HAMIURGIR SLICED MORTON HOUR DILL P " ........... ICKLES... ............... ,0 55c BEEF STEW.. Dream Whip TOPPING Kraft Sliced AMERICAN Individual Wrap 12-0z: RITZ BRAND PAPER TOWELS .:..-:29c 4 FLAVORS KRAFT s s:oz. iARBECUE SAUCES ..... .,,.39c KRAFT Jilt PUFFED MARSHMALLOWS ....... Tins NABISCO ASST. SHACK CRACKERS ..... ,.51c WILSON CERTIFIED BRAUNSCHWEIGER ....... .79c WILSON'S CORN KING BACON .... ,,.97c WILSON'S CERTIFIED SMOKED SAUSAGE.... J1' CHOICE QUALITY HEW CUBE STEAK ............... ,,.'1" LARGE VARIETY MICKI[LBIRRY LUNCH MEATS ...... .... Tender Mode Canned By Wilson's 3-Lb. Tin 12LB. $3 CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE POTATOES ........... 10 .-.'1"' VINE RIPE ITOMATOE,S ................... ..39c CALIF. SEEDLESS PERLE TT GRAPES...,,.59c SWEET, FLAVORFUL BURMOSA PLUMS ..... ,,.45c SUNKIST LEMONS .................... ,,c. 10c I H IIIqpstrated Library of This Week Vol.3 AMERICA'S MOST VALUARLE STAMPS ~y We Reserve the Riqht to Limit Quantities Prices GqNNI June 30, 1973 OUR SATISFACTION IS FIRST / i