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TABLET- UNRULED 22 COUNT ,, ENVELOPES-6 Your choice 49c Value STANDARD 3 Cubes $1.65 Value FAMILY SIZE TUBE Our Price!. BOTT L E O F 24 Our Price $1.13 Value $1.49 Value $2.00 CASH MAIL-IN REFUND OFFER AVA LABLE AT OUR STORES NORMALDRYOR BRECK RINSE REGULAR OR OILY FORMULA WITH BODY 7 OZ. 70Z $1.25 Value $1.19 Value ILATINUM PLUS 'GILLETTE 'ECHMATIC FOOT POWDER 3 oz. $1.19 Value RISE LATHER 11 oz. Aerosol $1.39 Value GOUPON TENDERLEAF INSTANT TEA Without 3 oz. $1.14 Jar i Bestyet Food Stores Expires: 7/3/73 Sales Tax applicabkl to price without coupon ililllilmmiimiiI MONEY ON FOOl) WYLER 3oz. Pkgs. 32 OZ. Quart Jar 7oz. Refrig. Jar 32 oz. Quart Jar HAMB. DILLS 32 oz. SPREAD HOLSUM 32 oz. Quart Jar l SAVE HERE Superior, NEW FANGLED CHIP 4 oz. Cans NABISCO SNAK CRACKERS Your Choice OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECK.STAN~ IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISf.D Nebraska ,TE- By Mrs. Ronald Lewis Ruskin Community Presbyterian Church: Rev. Forrest Grimm, pastor. Sun- day, July 1, worship, 8:30 a.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Rev. Martin H. Juengel, pastor. Sunday, July 1, Sunday school, |:45 a.m.; worship, 10:00 a.m. Bethany Lutheran Church: Rev. Edward J. Hiller, pastor. [kmday, July 1, Sunday school, I):30 a.m.; worship and com- munion 10:30 a.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours; Tuesdays, 2 to 4 p.m. Story time at 2. Mrs. Kenneth Hansen, librarian. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakhage left June 11 for Milwaukee, Wisc., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. sad Mrs. Curtis Johnson. They also enjoyed some sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Brakhage visited Thursday afternoon with the Kenneth Corman family of near Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Windnorst of Deshler visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lipker. Father's Day weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jep- pesen were Mrs. Walter Bohaty of Schuyler and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barnett and daughters of Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jeppesen and daughters of Clay Center joined the group for dinner on Sunday. Teresa and Sandra Jeppesen remained for a week with their grandparents and returned to their home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Letter Lipker and three children of Arvada, Colo., were Thursday evening supper guests in the I)elbert Jeppesen home. The following children from Bethany are attending Circle R. Bible Camp near Millard this week: Carol Petersen, Pat and Eve Renz, Dee Ann and Ken Petersen, Steven Sorensen, Jerry Lewis and Kevin Hout- wed. Donald Petersen was trans- ferred from Veterans Hospital i,I Lincoln to the Veterans Hospital in Omaha on June 18, where he is undergoing further tests. Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. David Hansen for a week beginning June 13 were Rev. sad Mrs. Noel Petersen, David, ~awn and Brian of Chester, Mont., Mrs. Judy McClelland, Connie and Karen of Fortuna, Calif., Mrs. Stuart Miner and Ion of Waseca. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lorenzen, .aLso of Fortuna. Troy and Tamra Hansen of Deshler joined the group for the weekend. Alfred Ilansen joined the family group Ibr dinner on Father's Day. Mr. sad Mrs. David Hansen and their guests were Sunday evening supper guests in the Harold Hansen home. Monday Necus . . . , Schaeffer of Gas, Ken. Monday afternoon callers of Mrs: ,Ova Schultz and her houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lundbeck of Rawlins, Wyo., were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moran, and Mrs. B. L. Renz and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schultz and sons visited Monday evening and Tuesday afternoon guests were Mrs. Nellie Jeppesen Henry of family reunion at her home recently. Miss Patty Herz has taken the nurses' state board examination and started working Monday at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Karen Kucera spent several days in the Alfred Miller home near Guide Rock. Preceedings of The Board of Public Works Notice of meeting posted June Houston, Texas, and Mrs. Lillie 1, 1973: City Light Office and Erickson of Superior. TheCity Auditorium. Lundbecks returned to their City Light Office, Superior, Thursday, June 28, 1973 supplies 20.30 Surpluse Center, flow control valve 37.12 Warren Douglas Chemical Co., Inc., supplies 66.00 McKesson Chemical sodium calgon 86.65 Ulhrich Supply Company, supplies 164.79 Mid Continent Laboratories, THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Ubrary Book= Summer Hours Monday through Friday 1:305:30; 7:00-9:00 p.m. June I through Aug. 31 Saturday 1:30-5:30 p.m. Adults Fiction "Dying Fall," Hildegarde DoLson. Romance and puzzling Inc., supplies 207.OO murder case. The Gas Service Co., "Dear Colleague," Frances services 104.30 Murray. Victorian romance set A motion was made by in London and Parisian Rempe, seconded by Hull, that diplomatic circles. the Bills be approved and paid "The Hungarian Game," Roy home Tuesday. Clarence Krogh suffered a heart attack Thursday and entered St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia. Last Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roiland Net)., June 4, 1973. as read. Voting yea: Beaumont, Hayes. Secret police and The regular meeting of the Groves, Mullet, Rempe andHungarian revolution. Book Board of Public Works was Hull. Nays: None. Absent:sold to movies. called to order by Chairman None. Motion carried. "High Valley," Jessica Beaumont, with the following The bills of the Sewer North. Romantic suspense story present: Beaumont, Groves, Department were read: set in Mexico ....... Mullet, Rempe and Hull. Arnold Smith, salary 204.17 Adult Non Fiction Franzen and children were Mr. The minutes of the last and Mrs. T. C. Stogsdill and four 'regular meeting of May 21, 1973 sons and Mrs. Wallace K. were read and there being no Griffith of Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. objections or corrections were Griffith remained for a few declared approved as read. days' visit. The ladies are sister The following bills of the of Mr. Franzen.Combined Electric and Water Paul Hiller came last Friday Utility Fund were read: to visit until July 8 with .hisWillard Springer, parents, Rev. and Mrs. Edward salary $300.86 J. Hiller, Sarah and Rhoda. BernardUmbach, salary 246.20 Mrs. LeRoy Pointer, Mrs. Harry Edwards and Mrs. F. G. Dillon attended Presbytery of Platte at Fuhr Hall in Perk,s Auditorium on Hastings College Campus June 19. Ronald Springer, salary Glenn Hinz, salary Frank Swale, salary Helen Juergens, salary Marguerite Swale, salary Gaylord Train, salary Billie Thompson, 176.63 118.06 213.16 Larry Beavers, salary 222.58 Dixie Fintel, salary 129.72 City of Superior Light Dept., state withholding 28.80; Ins. 40.84; use ~tax 8.14 77.75 Security National Bank, federal withholding 192.20 Frank Swaim, mgr. petty cash 2.10 Central Scientific company, supply 3.85 I81.10 Century Laboratories, 170.31 Inc., supplies 294.34 353.73 City of Superior Light Dept., salary reimbursement 52.93; office expense 263.53; light fixtures 85.49; labor and milage 42.96 444.91 By Miss Bernice Miller salary 306.33 Mr. and Mrs. AI Kimminau Larry Brazil, salary 229.34 recently spent 10-days Johanna Utecht, vacationing in Kingmun County salary 145.70 City of Superior Sewer Dept. adjust- ment transfer Colonial Life & Accident Ins. Co., premium Security National Bank, federal withholding 17.51 68.00 and Wichita, Kan. Miss Dianne Schroer of Detroit, Mich., visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroer, ecLroute to Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs..*Joys KrelP 716.60 sbach of Lincoln were Sunday State of Nebraska Dept. visitors in the home of her of Revenue, state with- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heury holding 135.03 Reiman. Frank Swale, mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and petty cash 272.64 family were Sunday dinner B & S Tire Market, .. guests in the Bernard Miller tire repair 3.50 home near ShicHey. Canning Truck Service, Bud Schroer of Omaha, freight 43.21 Bonnie Schroer of Belmont City of Superior, City Clerk, rent 75.00; gasoline 75.6s; surplus funds i,m0.29 2,043.97 City of Superior Light, Water and Sewer De~l., service umps 136.51 Lincoln Tele. & Teleg. Co., service 121.54 Kriz Davis Company, material 820.92 Nebraska Power Review Board, assessment 79.56 Nebraska Public Power District, power purchased 17,633.59 Nielsen's Conoco Service, service and supplies 13.44 Shores, Calif., and Terri Thoma~m of Anaheim, Calif., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schroer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour and family of Nelson visited Sunday evening in the Levi Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kim- mlnau celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner party held in their home. It. Col. and Mrs. Roy Bar- nard and family of Colorado Springs, COlo., and Jim Faimon of Lincoln visited their mother, Mrs. Lenna Faimon, recently. City of Superior Water Dept., sal~wy reimbursement 116.44 City of Superior Light, Water and Sewer, service 183.95 The Gas Service Co., service 68.69 W. W. Grainger, Inc., supplies 2.29 I-lach Chemical CO., Inc., supplies 65.19 Ideal Market, supplies 18.74 Lincoln Tele. & Teleg. service 17.87 Mid-Nebraska Oil CO., supplies 71 .e0 Superior Motor Parts, supplies 8,70 Coast to Coast, supplies 5.38 J. E. Nobles Plumbing & Heating, credit acc't receivable 65.OO A motion was made by Beaumont, seconded by Mullet that the bills be approved and paid as read. Voting yea: Beaumont, Groves, Mullet, Rempe and Hull. Nays: None. Absent: None. Motion carried. A motion was made by Rempe, seconded by Hull that the meeting adjourn. Voting yea: Beaumont, Grove~, Mullet, Rempe and Hull. Ab- sent: None. Motion carried. Carl A. Hull Chairman R. J. Rempe Secretary I I a "Softball With Official Rules," Arthur T. Mason. Secretary-Treasurer In- ternational Joint Rules Com- mittee. "Food For All Of Us," U.S. Department Agriculture. "Power To Produce," U. S. Devartment Agriculture. "How To Refinish and Reupholster Furniture," Donald Brann. Young Adult "Vampires," Nancy Garden: How many of us ever suspected that vampires go back in history and legend to the dawn of civilization. "Secretarial Office Prac- tices," Agnew. "28th Century Typewriting," Leesenberry. Children "Head To Toe, /time and Harlow. Simple rhyming text intoduces preschoolers to a variety of birds, animals and insects. "Games For the Very Young," E. Masterson. "Higglety Pigglety Pop!" Maurice Sendak. "You Know Better Than That," Norah Smaridge. "Danny and His Thumb," Kathryn Ernst. Remember summer reading activities at Your city library. Anyone interested in a set of Old Americana Encyclopedias, please inqure at Library. BuSy Bunnies June 21, President Pam Thompson called the meeting to order Six 4-H's were present. Pare and Sandra Thompson gave a demonstration on how to hard boil eggs. After playing a game they talked about going to the lake to camp out sometime this summer. II evening guests in the Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen home and Tuesday Ostrander and family of afternoon guests of Mrs. Arnold Benedict moved Saturday into Mclntesh. The Noel Petersen the house they recently Fur- family had visited his parents, chased from Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Immanuel Ronnie Ostdiek. The Ostdiek Petersen, Oregon, Wisc., before family moved into the former coming to Ruskin. Emma Beyke house which they Fred Hespen, who recently have purchased, remodeled and had surgery at St. Joseph's redecorated recently. Hospital in Concordia, was Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and released on Thursday and family visited Monday evening returned to Parkview Haven in in the Alfred Miller home near Deshler. Guide Rock. Monday evening supper and C.J. Hetherington returned houseguests of Mrs. Earl home Monday from the Webster Schaeffer were Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital where he George Aden of Salina, Mrs. recently had surgery. John Aden of Loveland, Colo., The children of Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Elizabeth Venhaus held a Superior Express, proceedings 65.20 WestinOmuse Electric Supply Co., lamps and fixtures 78.21 Whitney Insurance Agency, Inc., bond 17.00 Alexander Motors, Inc., truck expense 31.90 Burr Gurney & Associates, Inc., supplies 96.45 Capitol Supply Company, material and supplies 110.64 Mid-American Reserach Chem- ical Corp. supplies 670.75 McCrea Corrosion En- gineering Co.,service 110.00 Roclunount Research & Alloys, Inc., supplies 53.65 Superior Motor Parts, For anyone who has a hearing problem or can hear but can~ separate the words. Mr. L. V. Fairchild will be at Hotel Leslie In Superior, on Thursday, July S from 9:30 to 12:30. If you cannot come in, just call. We will see you at your home. TELEX HEARING AID CENTER (Authorized Telex Dealer) Rt. 2, P.O. Box 226, Aurora, Neb. Phone 402-694-3452 Repairs-Batterles-.Accessorles. FREE estimates for any make or model. All types of aids--all-in-Ear, Behind the Ear, Glasses Type and Othero. Net Everyone Can Be Helped But most people can. Proper Testing is Necessary , TAf