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June 29, 1972     The Superior Express
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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 29, 1972 ]00leasant View. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moon of Fairfield visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wroughton Sunday afternoon. Shelia, Garry and Christie Snyder of Hawaiian Gardens, Calif., were overnight guests in the Darrell Harrington home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink and sons were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Karmazin and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Eckles visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Cutchan and family. Jared Harrington celebrated his fifth birthday at the Oregon Trail Park in Oak Saturday evening at a cook-out. Guests included Mrs. Laura Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stanabury and Galen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrington, Mrs. Mary Snyder and daughters of Hawaiian Gardens, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mueller of Bladen were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Troudt and Jody were supper guests Sunday in the Orville Troudt home. Mrs. Charles Holms was Q @ hostess to the U.D. Club Wed- nesday afternoon. Christie Uhrmacher visited a few days the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mazoor. Mrs. Hazel Statz was a Tuesday evening supper guest in the Raymund Statz home to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Marvin Rugha, Frances Drudik and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekora attended the Deweese alumni social gathering at the town hall Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helzer, Ronnle and Roger of Omaha were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones and Gwen. Mrs. Doris Jones was an af- ternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shannon and Eric of Falls City called on Paul Dean Statz Sunday af- ternoon. The men were army buddies in Germany. Mrs. Roza Corman was a Sunday afternoon and lunch guest in the Boyd Jones home. Dennis Holsteen returned home Saturday evening after spending a week with the Boy Camp Augustine near Grand Island. Bette Statz of Lincoln was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymund Statz, and Pamela. Waiver of Finance on all used and new tractors 35 percent down-interest Free money until March 1, 1973. 1959 Farmall 460 Diesel 1962 Case 630 gas Case.a-matic 1961 Farmall 560 Diesel 1965 Farmall 706 Diesel with turbo 1966 Farmall 806 Diesel with turbo, cab and duals. 1968 Farmall 856 Diesel with cab and air conditioner Waiver on following if bought with used tractor: 14-ft John Deere chisel plow with sweeps and chisel point 14-O. Krause Chisel Plow with points and sweeps, for bar 463 I HC *row rear mounted cultivator Demo Insta Mount Koyker loader with 96 inch bucket. Used Pickups and Cars 1969 Ford 1/2 ton, 3-speed, 6 cylinder, low mileage 1969 GMC 11/2 ton automatic trans- mission 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 with power steering, power brakes and air con- ditioner Christensen & Son, Inc. Phone 879-3221 Superior, Nebr. In Compliance with Kansas State Law Fireworks will be on Sale Now Through July $. BI:. u Mrs. Laura Stansbury visited with Mrs. Harry Harrington, Saturday. Carl Mueller, jr., of Lincoln spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mueller and family of Glenvil were Sunday afternoon visitors. Tuesday evening visitors in the Marvin Rugha home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ferebee. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams. Sandy, Shari qand Shannon Andersen of Mesa, Ariz., are spending two weeks in the Howard Good home. Mrs. Marvin Oltmans visited Wednesday evening with Mrs. Stella Klawitter and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Howard of Red- mond, Wash. Mrs. Marvin Rugha visited Monday afternoon with Frances Drudik and her houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Dinkel and son of Alaska and Mrs. Georgz Kucera. Thursday evening visitors in the Mike Thayer home to help celebrate Mark's first brithday were Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Good and Mrs. Sandra Anderson of Mesa, Ariz., attended the funeral of Mary Virginia Ed- wards in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mazoor and Mr. and Mrs. Don Mazour and family of Lawrence were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhrmacher and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Art Frey, jr., of Wichita arrived Saturday af- ternoon to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Art Frey. Howard Nielsen returned Sunday evening from Lake Okaboj.i, Iowa, where he snt NEW MR. AND MRS. GLEN THOMPSON, Glenda and Charles and their granddaughter, Kathleen, returned home last Tuesday from Baxted, England, where they had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson. While thereJhey celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Dawson's 50th wedding anniversary. They also visited their son, Sgt. John Thompson, who is stationed in England. They were gone three weeks. Pictured from left are Mr. and Mrs. Dawson and Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Glenda, Charles and John. three days with the Methodist youth group. Sunday evening visitors in the Gerald Whiteley home were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whiteley and baby of Glenvil. Saturday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Whiteley of Geneva. Mitchell returned home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drudik and family spent Sunday in Kearney visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lanham, Mr. and Mrs. John Lanham and Troy and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lane. Kurt Zadina and eight friends celebrated his lZth birthday last Friday by staying overnight at Lovewell Lake. U.G.F. Growth Pak This Pak contains Multiple sources of uniden- tiffed Growth factors, chelated and sequestered trace minerals, Zlne Proteinali, Vitamin E, Methionine, and Lysine. The use of U.G.F. can have a two-fold effect, first, that of adding the unknown factors, and second, most ingredients containing U.G.F.'s are also good sources of the Vitamins in their natural form. Research data shows 30 percent greater daily weight gain and 24 percent less feed per pound of gain in hogs. Stop In At Your "Supersweet Store" Fair00ew News ..... Mr. and Mrs Harry Shaw, sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, jr., and Laurie were Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schiuefer were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, Lynn Meyer, Mrs. Ola Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Meyer and Misi and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Zimmerman enjoyed the weekend camping at Lovewell Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Steven and Donald, visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grum- mert. Mr. and Mrs. LOY Davidson visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. Nita Kim Mumma spent Thursday and Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder spent Friday afternoon and evening in the Ralph Mumma home. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Culbertson and Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer and daughters spent the weekend camping at Downing Building Superior, Neb. 68978 SO-tf Sherman Dam near Loop City. Mr. and Mrs. John Werner and family visited them Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma and Mrs. Anna Mumma enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder. In the af- ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mumma and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder toured the high rise apartments at the Good Samaritan Village in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. JohnGrummert called on Mrs. Mary Mueller Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy An- dersen and Dawn Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Fred Schiermeyer ac- companied Mrs. Everett Meyer to Hastings Friday. They visited Mrs. Louise Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sund. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gharring, Mrs. Freida Frahm and Mrs. Adella Gebers were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Keith. Mr. and Mrs. James Keith visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith and Terry who is home on leave from the navy. They also helped Mr. and Mrs. Keith celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Steven and Donald visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Williams and Virgil. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams and sons were among sponsors of the Methodist Youth And find out more about this U.G.F. Growth Pak. PAUL'S FEED & GRINDING SERVICE ON-THE-FARM GRINDING AND BULK FEED DELIVERY Call Collect--Phone 279-346 Hardy, Nebr. KANSAS APPROVED / . FREE PUNK With every Order '"' r)-, reworks L It Sk II ation 0 TOP OF THE HILL ON HIGHWAY K.14 Fellowship group which spent the weekend at Storm Lake and Lake Okoboji, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert and Craig attended a meeting at the south central station wheat test plot at Clay Center Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kincannon and children of Basset spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rouse. Northeast News Ivan King talked on the telephone this week with his daughter, Mrs. Eldon Judy, who lives in Virginia. She said they had received 12 inches of rain the funeral of Branstitre at Edgar day. Mrs. Verda tended the reunion at Crab Sunday. Mr. and Carlson and Helen Neb., also and then spent with Mrs. home in Angus. Mr. and Mrs. man and family, Mr Clarus Whithorn Fannie dinner guests of Mr Bud Whitmore Nelson. but where they live in F0 Alexandria their homes are rmoso safe. Another daughter of Mr. King, Mrs. Dean Grover, also lives in Alexandria. He was glad to hear that both families were safe from the flood. However, they were all having difficulties getting to their jobs because of roads being washed out. Mrs. Merton Mccartney and Mrs. Merlin Greer attended an Order of Eastern Star meeting in Sutton Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brown and family attended a McGinness family reunion at Crab Orchard Sunday. Sunday Robert Citers took his daughter, Gaylene, Joyce Karmazin and Leann Feistner to Crete where they will be attending a Cheer Leader's School at Doane College this week. Mrs. Hattie Deppe of Edgar was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dohse. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Bill McLaughlin and children. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grossman and LeAnn were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grossman of Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Carnd Ivan  attended / Mr. and Mrs. of their aunt, Mrs. Sunday. Finn, Robert Harry Finn of Mrs. Jerry of Republican week with her Mrs. came for them they returned home Mrs. Lavern Thursday nigh Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. of Jefferson City, Mrs. Howard E. Stella Patrick were dinner and and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. were coffee gues.ts Linden of Scandis houseguests, Mr. LaVern Linden d N.M. They left for Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. left Sunday home in visiting a Stella Patrick, relatives. DON JOHANSON was certainly proud catfish he landed at the inlet cove Saturday pound test line after a two hour and twenty mln When his son, Steve saw the fish, he anything Dad could do he could do better and cove. Within an hour, he hooked a larger 28=/, and within an hour and a half he landed It. worms. That evening Kevin, Kurt and Kralg, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zadina, hooked a 14-pound dr cove. Let Us Air Condili Your Pickup All Makes Special $249.00 Installed Good June 29-July 5, 1972 Bill Morris