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Ideal Market! CAKE " 0014oz. 59 FROZEN 11 oz. 5 VARIETIES pkg. H i p la;Z 3 ET COTTAGE OR SMALL CURD MEDIUM 00,oz 49 ctn. 3 Dzen $1 00 $ 3 88 ICED LEMONADE } 14 oz. ICED FRUIT pkgs. gm'---'nCLIP THIS COUPON--re--'all JELLY 00BUTTER-NUT COFFEE00 II Without dl S199 , a I II Coupon $2.39 O lb. -r II ; I I :z. 44 ii it2eLFmoOClnStOmr Z E,n,xpir,=:m7/16/72j JU ICI Qca:: 39 IE MIX 10oz c.00ooA, l00z. 6 KRAFT s.ARP o. Exr., SHARP g- 14 TO 17 LB. FULL BUTT HALF HAM SHANK PORTION HAM Tall PICKLE & PIMENTO ... -s,,c00o 00:z.4300 flip ALL MEAT BOLOGNA g SIDE SLICED VACUUMPACK RS RAIRIE MAID ALL MEAT IClS 00oo,. FROZEN 59 'b. 69 , Pkg BOBO DOG FOOD Fresh Eggs At Market Price ET Superior, Nebraska GLAD WRAP lOO.. 29 Roll OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKsTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. N a C mmunity News OY 0 . . .... (LastWeek s News) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Mrs. Cleo Thayer spent last Bargen and daughters. Monday in Omaha on business. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thayer, Thursday noon Mrs. Thayer Shelly and Mark were visitors was a luncheon guest of Mrs. in the home of her grand- Bob Schriner and children of Harvard. Mrs. Lena Meyer of Nelson, Mrs. Alfred meyer and Julie and Mrs. John Oltman ac- companied Mrs. Alvin Epley Thursday afternoon to visit Mrs. Minnie Meyer at Red Cloud. Mrs. Harvey Merrill was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson and family of Cambridge were Satm'day overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm and dau,ters. Miss Amy Adams of Chicago came week before last and is a house guest of Mrs. Bessie Adams. Mrs. Margarite Adams, Carol Lee and Marcia of Lincoln came Saturday evening and are also guests in the Adams home. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis were Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobitz, of Nelson and to visit with their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lyones and Jeff of Sacramento, Calif. Other visitors were Mrs. Dennis Follmer of Geneva and Mrs. Earl Adamson. Mrs. Lyones is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobitz. Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mae Lynch were Mrs. Clarence Farver and her houseguest, Mrs. Alvin Thorkelson, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausber. Other guests were Miss Amy Adams of Chicago, .M_r_s, Margarite Adams and daughters of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lynch and family of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Becky and Tami and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Corman and Jason of Kenneth Adams and Jason of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Superior. In the afternoon Mr. Andersen and Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Don Reed, Cathy and Hespen. Mrs. Corman and Bobby joined the group. Jason remained to spend a couple days with her parents. Abdai:News Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. (Last Week's News) Don Gebers and sons. Howard Larsen was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lanham Saturday evening of Mr. and and Troy of Kearney were Mrs. Jim Purcell and family at weekend, July 4, guests in the Webber. Earl Lanham home. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oltmans of Nelson. House guests part of last week of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farver were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thorkelson of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Thorkelson will be remembered here as Leota Heag. Merlin Andersen of Kansas City was a visitor Saturday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Larry Striggow and farnfly were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family and Lonnie Ahrens of Crete. Mrs. Verle McKevitt, Larry and Michelle were callers in the Elmer Schriever home last Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson attended the Sunnyside Club card party Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sullivan in Superior. Thursday morning Mr. and the Robert Goodrich family to spend some time with them. Howard Larsen went to Smith Center, Kan., Sunday afternoon tovisit with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Overmiller. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Danieis of Cincinnati, who have been here the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen, and Burton and to attend the funeral of her uncle, Kenneth Keith, of Nora went to Leigb, Neb., Saturday af- ternoon to visit his parents. They planned to return to their home in Cincinnati Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schieufer, Dana and Daniel were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Ray and Nancy. Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Mrs. Leland Daniels visited with Mrs. Elsie Lanham and Buck at Nora Monday afternoon and also called on Mrs. Alfred Hanson and daughters of Oak. Last Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ubrmacher and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family and Lonnie Ahrens of Crete were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher and Darrell, to honor Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher on her birthday. Last Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leland Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Burton were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maxwell and sons of Tucson, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson and family of Omaha were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen and Jay. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen and Jay entertained at a cookout for the above men- tioned and other guests, Mrs. Minnie Wullenwaber, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen and Heather, Teressa Long, Tom Joy and Kathy Robinson of Superior, Mike Borowicz of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Joy and Barbara of Nelson. Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Maxwell are sister and brother and niece and nephew of Mrs. Gary Nielsen. The Johnson family returned to Omaha Monday were among Monday evening of alast week guests of Albert Bargen to help him celebrate his birthday. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis and family were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson, Mrs. Lena Lewis and Donna and Teresa Kuldman. After supper Mr. and Mrs. Kuldman joined the group. The occasion was to celebrate the June and July birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller were Saturday afternoon lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham. Mary Johnson, Larry Johnson and Lori Gemmell, who are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parker at Hardy. Other guests were Eva Barnes and Carol and Sherl Stout. Thursday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swigart were Mrs. Marian Oeltjen of Redondo Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Myrna Sykes of Ruskin. Mrs. Mac Lynch ac- companied Mrs. Mary Johnson to Abilene, Kan., Tuesday where they visited the Elsenhower Center and other places of interest. Friday Mrs. Johnson visited Mrs. Myrtle Woodhead at the Good Samaritan Home in Nelson. Mrs. Elsie Harms of Hebron was a Tuesday afternoon caller of Mrs. Lyndall Bargen, Dabble and Penny. Wednesday Don Bohling of Omaha, brother of Mrs. Bargen, was a dinner and afternoon guest in the Bargen home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schriner and children of Harvard. Mrs. Mary Thayer of Nelson was also an afternoon visitor. Mrs. Mac Lynch spent Sun- day afternoon with Mrs. Mary Lanham of Ruskin. Friday visitors of Mrs. Myrtle Jones were Mrs. Irene Jones and her brother, Clyde Boor- sma, of Loveland, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Newhouse of Wichita and Gene Hanson of Corvallis, Ore. Sunday af- ternoon Ralph Wright of Oklahoma City, Okla., visited with Mrs. Jones and Dean Jones. Later Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones and Mrs. Jones visited in the Don Boersma home and with Irene Jones and Clyde Boersma. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and sons Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kugler of Salina were Thursday overnight and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen. Other visitors Thursday evening to visit with the Kuglers were Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and daughters. Thursday afternoon callers in the Mike Thayer home were Mrs. Maud Winkler of Paola, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Clayburn of Stockton, Calif., and Mrs. McKinley Adamson of Nelson. Miss Janice Bargen of Lin- coln and Gary Tordrup of Superior were Sunday af- ternoon visitors and lunch Mrs. Gene Potter of Aberdeen, morning and the Maxwell Wash., and Walter Nielsen of family will stop enroute home at Nelson were guests of Mr. and_ Omaha to spend sometime. Mrs. Sanford Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uhr- family. Bob and Ed Uhrmahcer and Mrs. Verna Janssen of Hastings came Sunday afternoon to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhr- reacher, Melvin and Darrell. Bruce Stiles had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiles and family. Nancy Ray spent several days last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schelufer, Dana and Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mueller and family of Superior were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ahrens and family. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Witherlik of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald of Superior were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verle McKevitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodrich and Melinda of Grand Island and Ralph Goodrich of Omaha were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swanson and family Avis Swanson went home with macher and Shirley were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher and family. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen went to Hastings to meet her sister, Mrs. Chester Merrill, of Rawlins, Wyo., who came by plane. Another sister, Mrs. Jack Olsen, and husband of South Gate, Mich., came by plane to Omaha Friday evening and were met there by Mrs. Bill Keith of Fremont. They were called here by the death of their brother, Kenneth Keith, of Nora. Mr. and Mrs. John Grmnmert and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franzen of Nelson were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking and Carla. Mrs. Warneking is slowly improving. Northeast News (Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens and Les returned on Sunday Thursday, July. 13, 1972 from a two weeks vacation. They visited Mr. and Mrs. David Sellers and daughter at San Antonio, Texas, and also had a trip to Old Mexico. On their trip to Mexico they ac- companied a missionary, David Yager, about 250 miles inland to a small village where church services were held in a home. Christy Melvin hosted a going away party at the river on Monday evening for Ruth Ann McClure and Mary Jo Keenan. There were ten friends present to wish the girls good luck as they g0 to Kansas City to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cartney helped their aunt, Mrs. Flora Kinnison, move to the New Goldberg Towers in Hastings Friday. On Sunday afternoon they again went to Hastings to call on Mrs. Kin- nison. While in Hastings they also visited briefly with Rev. and Mrs. Dan Berger who were at one time ministers at the Angus UB Church. Mrs. Verda McGinness ac- companied her daughter, Mrs. Fred Carsen, to her home at Potter when the Carlsons returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and family had been here last week for a family reunion. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dohse attended a birthday dinner for their grandson at his great grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Deppes's home in Edgar. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fehr and children and Mrs. Carrie Saathoff of Grand Island and Troy's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McLaughlin and Deana. In the evening these guests were supper guests of the Kenneth Dohses. Some of the farmers in the vicinity have begun their wheat harvest. One farmer reported his wheat is making between 40 and 45 bushel per acre. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merton McCartney this week were Mr. and Mrs. Merlen Lamm of Lynwood, Calif. Wednesday the McCartney's and their guests went to Lanham, Kan., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McCartney and daughters. Tuesday they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otha Skinner in Davenport. Mrs. Darrell Ward and boys and Mrs. Edna Hineline visited Mrs. Julius Jensen at Superior Tuesday. Fourth of July week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grossman and LeAnn were their son, Leonard, and Dave Warner, both of Ft. Hood, Texas. Guests speaker at the Angus Church of Christ on Sunday was Henry Shaw of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Steen and children. Dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Mc- Cartney Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kugler, Patty and John of Lexington. They came to visit the Merlen Lamms visiting here from California. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ruttman and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarus Whithorn in Edgar. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Whitmore and Matt, Mrs. W00hen ](bur family" depends on ybu... count at First Federal Lincoln really comes in handy. For school, clothes, vacations... things for our home. Regular saving month after month at First Federal Lincoln really adds up, and you never miss the money. It's just there when you need it...auto- matically! Being a wife and mother THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3C W. Jacobson and Larry Philippi. Sunday, June 25th, Mrs. Earl Basey of Portland, Ore., was a guest at the Angus Church of Christ while visiting the Lowell Devitt family. Highland.. ( Last Week's News) Mr. and Mrs. N0rbert Fleck and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and family. Peggy Porter spent Wed- nesday and Thursday in the Kenneth Schiermeyer home at Lawrence. Charles Sell of Trumbull visited Saturday with Mrs. Fern Cassell and Don. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer of Geneva and Diane Follmer of Lincoln spent the weekend in the Don Follmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grueber of Byron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grueber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dudley and Debbie of Omaha and Mrs. Gladys Webber of Superior were Saturday supper and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Daniels of Ohio were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen Monday evening. Mrs. Hans Christensen visited Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christensen Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honeycutt were Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClure and Jamie, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lammers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Honeycutt of Hut- chinson, Kan., and Mrs. Floy Porter. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce and Mrs. 'Floy Porter visited Mrs. Velma McKevitt Sunday evening. Mrs. Ed Troudt and Mrs. Paul Knehans spent Monday in Hastings. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Keim, supper guests of Sharon Knehans and attended a bridal shower for Sharon at the Keim home. Helping Mrs. Keim with the shower was Peggy Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman attended an Oltman picnic at the Superior Park Sunday. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Oltman of Texas and Mr. and Mrs. George Burns and family of Normal, Ill. = For its most disct flavor, cheese should be served at room temperature. Cream, cottage and Neufchatel cheese should be chilled when served. June is Dairy Month. Dairy sour cream is "allergic" to high temperature and may curdle when heated. |t may also do this when held for a long period of time at a low temperature. In most cooked dishes, it is best to add the dairy sour cream just before serving and keep the temperature low. I have a full day, every day. Being a wife and mother to a growing family is hectic.., but I wouldn't trade with anyone. My family depends on me for a lot of things.., managing the family finances is one of them. That's why I chose First Fed- eral Lincoln. The interest from our Tran$- matic Automatic Savings Ac- means a lot of responsibility. When people depend on you, you can depend on First Fed- eral Lincoln. 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