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i:!i FRESH LEAN Pound FINE MEATS I IMITATION LESS lb. CHUNK BOLOGNA Pound FLAVOR WHIP WHIPPED Quart Cont. FROZEN 32-oz. WEIGHT 16-oz. ,0,$1 I BOOTH FROZEN HEAT 'N SERVE KRAFT MIRACLE 14 oz. Pkg. 1 lb. Bowls e BESTYET Gal. 5 FLAVORS SMALL OR LARGE CURD 24-oz. Ctn. [:KER of Three JACKS BAG COOKIES 14oz. ,l: tc 16 oz. I OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECK.STANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS ;uperior, Nebraska N It granddaughter, Connie Jeffery, eq[~S ~,8 * * * * was a Saturday supper guest. By Mrs. Clarence Jensby Mettler home and visited until Lovewell D-Ex Club met atSunday. the home of Mrs. Bert Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Tuesday morning. Seven at- and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas tended in spite of the mud. Warren,and sOns went to the The I~vewell Service ClubDeer Creek Christian Camp at members all signed a get-well Pine, Colo., Wednesday to at- card to send to Mrs. Katetend theSwitzerfamilyreunion. Warren, who is in the hospital in Attendance numbered 223 from Longview, Wash. The Warrens 11 states. ThUrsday Mr. and are visiting at the Merlin Mrs. Warren took the Douglas Warren home at Longview. Warren family to Loveland, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers, Colo., to visit the Ron Smith Mr. and Mrs. Merle File and family. They returned to Pine Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager of and the Douglas Warren family Omaha left July 22 for a week's returned home Monday with her vacation in Missouri and the father, Wilbur Smith, Superior. Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece returned home Sunday. Mr. and went to Lakin, Kan., Sunday to Mrs. Myron Intermill also at- visit over the weekend with Mr. tended the Switzer reunion. and Mrs. Kenneth Berg. Mrs. Mrs. Lloyd Gallagher of Delia Heldt has been visiting in Concordia called at the Willard the Berg home the last six Mettler home on Saturday weeks and is getting along fine afternoon. there. She plans to remain for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and awhile.~ family attended the North Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne Central Kansas Rodeo at and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Concordia Thursday and Birrell and sons of Republic, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, Mr. Mrs. Alice Switzer Weirman and Mrs. Dwayne Kintigh and of Fort Collins, Colo., wishesthe Mike, Mrs. []sie Osborne, Mrs. people in the Lovewell com- Letha Vale and Mr. and Mrs. munity to know that Glenn Bill Hamei and Kent of Superior Simmons died of a heart attack had a picnic supper at the lake on July 15, at his home in Thursday night, honoring Mrs. Valejo, Calif. Bill Hamel on her birthday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and and Mrs. Clarence Jensby and family attendadthe Kid's Rodeo Maria Parsons joined the group at Burlingame, Kan., Saturday later in the evening, and Sunday. This rodeo was for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby and kids under 17. Linda won a dog family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett in the wild animal scramble. Sweet, Harold and Ann, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Willard MesSier Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Lynn attended the Lynch family and Maria Parsons went to the reunion Sunday at Delphos, home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Karl. Enroute home they visited Sweet Monday evening, July 23, at the Mr. and Mrs. Lelourneau to wish Mrs. Sweet a happy home at Glasco. birthday. They spent the evening looking at slides, =--:-:-=- ..... - ..... narriated on tapes by Capt. Dennis Sweet, who is in Korea. Dr. and Mrs. Gary Marr came Thursday from Davis, ByMrs. Marshall Bishop Okla., for a week's vacation Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb here with relatives and friends, were called to Grand Island Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth-July 18 by the death of their child were dinner guests of Mr. daughter's husband, Kenneth and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Wombacher, who was killed in Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. Omaha Wednesday afternoon. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mohler, called at the Dale Rethchild jr., and daughters of Holdrege home to visit with Mrs. Roth- were Sunday evening guests of child, who was hospitalized four Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boyles and days in the Mankato Hospital. sons. She was released Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. attended memorial services for Chester Van Meter of Lovewell Mrs. Mary Butts of Jewell called on Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Monday morning. Mrs. Butts Rothchild. was the mother of Mrs. Bishop's Tuesday evening Mr. and sister-/n-law, the late Bertha Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Butts Clark. Sherry, Gwyn and Cogi Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon Shoemaker were supper guests Visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde in the Loy Davidson home at Radford of Topeka Sunday Nelson. through Tuesday. They were Mrs. ROy Jenshy took Nancy Monday morning breakfast and Gwen to Concordia and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Salina for dental appointments Hayden. On their return home Monday. they visited Mrs. Brandon's Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson aunt, Mrs. Anna Buss, of Riley, called on Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kan. Ross Wednesday night in their Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blew of mobile home, which they have Ford, Kan., were weekend parked at the home of his sister, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mary Ross, at her home in Blew. Webber. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Long Nancy Jensby participated in and sons of Golden, Colo., the 4-H Style Revue in Mankato visited her parents, Mr. and Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Blew. They went Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sweet on to visit at Shell knob, Mo. and Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patty Silsby came home with Osborne called on Mr. and Mrs. them after visiting relatives in Clarence Jensby Sunday Denver. evening. Ann stayed over night Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beyles with Maria Parsons at the and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Jensby home. Everyone was on Hastings spent Sunday at hand to greet the Trip I Wei-Met Wakefield, Kan. [ms from New York City that Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mc- arrived at 9:00 p.m. Mains and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Floyd Davidsen, Sherry and Silsby of Cawker enjoyed a Gwyn Shoemaker, and Mrs. week's vacation in the Ozarks. Russell Lange of Manhattan Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo attended Quarter Horse Shows attended a picnic at Salina at Hastings Friday, at Grand Friday afternoon for relatives Island Saturday and Albion and friends of the National Sunday. Guardsmen. Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Cngi Shoemaker had supper Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson. Mr. and Mrs, Willard Mettler went to Concordia Monday to get Joey and Mike Collins. They visited in the Mettler home until Wednesday. Friday Terry and Tonya Collins came to the Mrs. Arthur Aspegeren, Mrs. Winifred Canfield and Mrs. Robert Korb attended memorial services for Mrs. Earl Wilsman Sunday afternoon at Pranklin. Rev. / eille Wehmeyer of Osborne, Kan., was a Wed- nesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Their north of our funeral home for the convenience of those attending services here. You will find s friendly and courteous attendant to assist you in parking your car before the service end to again help you in leaving after the service. !We will, of course, continue to furnish a ride(to and from the service to anyone without transportation. For every type of service we are as close as your telephone and always Immediately .available. i~i,~ .,~.~,. i .- . Montgomery- Williams ] Funeral Home \ I Telephone 879-3123 I 814 Idaho Street, Superior, Nebraska Thursday, August 2, 1973 Last weekend guests of Mr. school at Ensign and high and Mrs. Bill Yetter were Mr. school in Burr Oak. and Mrs. Vern Collins of Idalia, Rev. and Mrs. David Wilson Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Forrest and family, Mrs. Bessie Burton, Harwood and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hansen and Williams, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Don Webb, Buffalo, Mo., and Palmer of Mankato were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Webb of Thursday supper guests of Mr. Independence, Mo., Mr. and and Mrs. Loren Fogo. Mrs. Larry Schertz and family Mrs. Dennis Garman and of Monument, Kan., Mr. and sons were Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Lennie Patmon and son of of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Menlo, Kan., Mrs. Walt Ranier Gerald Boyles, and Gayla. Mr. and sons of Canyoun City, Colo. Garman was an after work Other guests Sunday were Mr. guest. and Mrs. Carl Bliss and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker Mrs. Alva Williams of Inavale, of Courtland were last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gouldie and afternoon guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gouldie of Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Will Quick of Baukin and family and Karin Mission, Texas, were Friday Baukin of Redford, Kan., Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Art Gourley of Mrs. Carl Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Bostwick, Mrs. Nina Murray of Marshall Bishop were evening Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. John callers. Sips of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McMillan Vern Morris and John, Mrs. came to Grand Island by plane Mary Warneking of Superior, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Howard Harvey of Republic, McMillan met them. Lorna Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pettit, Mr. McMillan of Topeka spent the and Mrs. Hughes Pettit, Mr. week with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Keith Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McMillan. They all Mrs. Jerry Mounke of Smith came for the open house of their Center andMr, and Mrs. Claude parents for the 40th wedding Gutscher. anniversary. I~rna McMillan Mrs. Jessie Knight's brother, returned to Topeka Monday and and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McMillan King, Buffalo, Okla., visited her returned to Payette, Idaho, last week. Her sister, Mrs. Iva Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown, New Orleans, La., is Hodges returned home with Mr. visiting her now. and Mrs. MeMillan. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kuhn of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt were Salina were Wednesday guests Saturday supper guests of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of Alma, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth CrowNeb. of Salina were Sunday dinner Mrs. Leotis Gates' mother, guests of Mrs. Mabel McMains. Mrs. Emma 11~ornburg, died Mrs. Dan Pettit was a patient Thursday morning. Mr. and in the Red Cloud Hospital a few Mrs. John Gates and Mr. and days this week. Mrs. Richard Gates attended Mr. and Mrs. Arch Marshall the memorial service. Burial called on Mr. and Mrs. Dan was at Shaffer Cemetery. Pettit Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garman Charlene Oliver of Beloitand Mr. and Mrs. Danny spent Wednesday with her Garman and Daniel were last parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wednesday supper guests of OliVer. She called on Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit and Marshall Bishop Wednesdaydaughters. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schutte and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest son of Hastings visited Sunday Howard, Rodney and Denisethrough Tuesday with her spent the week in North Dakota. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin They visited at Friends, Black Pettit, and Dixie. They and Paul Hills at Rapid City and the Corn Palace at Mitchell, Neb. Mrs. Rodney Fogo and children of El Dorado, Kan., are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mtfllins were last Sunday dinner gtmsts of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fisher of Mankato. Mrs. Beverly Siegel of Bremerton, Wash., and her brother, Ronald Larklns, of Wisconsin were in Burr Oak last Wednesday visiting friends. They are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Larkins, of Beloit. They attended grade Pettits were Monday st pper guests in the David Pettit home and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop called in the evening. Library books Summer Hours Monday through Friday 1:30-5:30, 7:00-9:00 p.m. June I through Aug. 31 Saturday 1: 30-5: 30 p.m. Adult Fiction "The Hollow Hills," Mary Stewart. In "The Crystal Cave," the author told of Ar- thur. This hook continues from the sword in the stone to THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS IF8 his crowning as king of Britain. Two "New Three In Or~ Mysteries." Adult Non Flctioa "One Woman's Artic," Shetla Burford. Author of "Incredible Journey," describes her ex- periences from her two sum- mers in Eskimo community. "Love Affair," A Venetian Journal Wright Morris. This book celebrates, in words and full color photographs, the adventures of living in the world's most astonishing city. "Magic with Marbles," Craft Course. Using glass marbles and magic steel. "Preserving Nature's Flowers," Charlotte Argyle. Secrets in this book to trans- form real out door flowers into preserved beauties to keep indefinite. "How To Modernize A Kitch- en." Donald Brann. Young Adult "Nurse In the News," Laura Raef. "StarflIght and Other Im- probabilities," Ben Bova. Science fiction of the far future. Children "Fun-To-Make Book," Colette Lamarque. Handcraft for the young. "The Pink Elephant With Golden Spots," Philippine and Rejane Fix. "William's Doll," Charlotte Zolotow. "A Skunk In the House," Constance T. Colby. "Make a Bigger Puddle Make A. Smaller Worm," Marion Walter. The Library has purchased a 30-volume set of 1973 Americana Encyclopedia. Everybody's reading. Classes st=rt Sept. 5 Professional Training in the exritittg [i~ld ol Collelle of B~ut7 Lfl~OLN" * ill[A~ ItAITIN41I St o~ ........... Z ~ I I I I *1 I I II I Ill I I I Illl IIII II I I I will sell my home at public auction, located at 122 South Converse Street in Superior, Nebraska, at 7 o'clock in the evening, on i i iii [ i iii i i i iiii i i I II IIII III IIII I IIII II This home has three bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, two closets, full basement that has been rented for apart- ment, a garage and garden spot. This is a home that needs some repair but is a good solid house that will make someone a good rental property or home. Anyone wishing to inspect the home, contact A. H. Kottmeyer or the home will be open all day, day of sale. Legal description: Lo, t 3, Wilson Addition to Superior. __ I II I I II I I I III { I Terms: 30% day of sale. Balance when deed furnished. Possession immediately. 1972 and all prior year taxes paid but purchaser will assume the 1973 taxes. ,,i , i i , i i ii I t Telepho y 879. 50. George Johnson,Attorney II I i i i t i ii i ii iiii [ i i IIIIIII J I I i ,