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nann evening Mr. Uhrmacher Mr. and Mrs. and Shirley. Jordan of of guests evening of Mr. Shrontz, Mr. and and MeCutcheon of e home Don Shroyer Leland Daniels to Leigh, Neb., with and Mrs. Leo rnily before They spent in the Soren Mr. and Mosier of visitors in the and Mrs. Vic s. Floyd Rothfuss, and Cindy of ted over the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Pearl Sunday in # Lana and Gary Thursday evening. Sunday afternoon .guests of Barbara Shroyer in the Don Shroyer home were Jody Fichter of Randolph, Iowa, Susan Johnson of Tabor, Iowa, Ann Barcher of Steinauer, Neb., and Roxann Ringstarf of Sterling, Neb. Mrs. Dennis Adrianese and Linda of Ann Arbor, Mich. and Mrs. Herbert Ray of York were Thursday afternoon visitors and coffee guests of Mrs. Virgil Uhrmaeher, Russ and Julie. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissing, Gary and Lana took Mrs. Pearl Rhodes and Susan to the Lincoln airport last Monday where she left by plane to return to her home in North Wales, Pa. The Wissing family had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kassebaun and Greg at Lincoln. Friday afternoon Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Mrs. Leland Daniels and Brian were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hanson in Superior. Mrs. P. E. Nielsen was also a guest. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Pete Block later that day. Early that evening they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanham at Nora. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Orval Wittlake were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reiman. Bruce Stiles visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams and family at Nelson. Beverly Woerner of Lincoln was home for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerner, and family. She is attending summer school. Pastor and Mrs. E. Kuehn of Hastings were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking. Mrs. Hans Christensen received word last week of the death of her brother-in-law, Earl Christensen, at Osage, Iowa. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen and Mrs. Leland Daniels and Brian were mor- ning coffee guests of Mrs. Christine Paulsen at Red Cloud. Mrs. Paulsen is an aunt of Soren Thomsen. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warneking were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hammett in Superior. In the evening they were supper Mr. and Mrs. and Aaron were Marvin and Mrs. also guests. Woodrow Springs, Mrs. Claude Superior were and Mrs. Don family Friday and Mrs. Duncan the MeCutcheon and Mrs. Soren Mr. and Mrs. and Brian were of Mr. and Mrs. and Yvonne. and Mrs. of Arden of Webber. John Coufal of came last Mr. and Mrs. ennifer and Carl, guests to enjoy a South Dakota. Mr. and visited with Schriever. of Lincoln Oenbring of of Wissing, is a Persson Club Park last Sanford Avis spent the 'ith Mrs. Don Mr. and and and Mrs. Dale Mr. Anderson of Phillipsburg, Mrs. V. H. with Marie, Schleif and Mrs. Everett Bruce the Howard he spent and Mrs. Mr, went to Where they at- and meeting. Thomsen Mrs. Leland Brian were guests of Mr. at Nora. Mrs. Carl of Wichita. Lanham of guest in the and to Mrs. Daniels Mr. and and family to visit with She is and Mrs. Con of Hardy there. B. Lehn and Colo., and Were dinner ITtS CANNING TIME I '6 DEL'ICIOUS VARIETIES " FRESH PLUMS ....................... ,.39c LARGE 36 SIZE CANTALOUPE ....................... 2'0r89C HOME GROWN SWEET CORN ..................... ooz. 59cl CELLO PACKAGE RED RADISHES ................................ .,.29c MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS ................... ,.17c KRAFT ITALIAN DRESSING ..................... ':.:,:39c KRAFT ASS'T. TOPPINGS ................... :.::o:;37c SCHILLINGr S GARLIC SALT .............. :;.;: 29c 1 Coup~,,. ~' 7amily Only at Jack & Jill Expires August 14, 1973 L-15 and Carol. . is visiting in nd Mrs, Ray Ill oxYDOL [elvin and i~" Virgil III ". ', =ll ; and Julie and L Ahrens and ziz bury to tlndt 1 Coupon Per e ee~.H? ] I~ of Bradley Rll "Oo ,d OnOy o* _ j_lu Snyder p uL L eS AJgu,t 14, |97S United _ ----- and Mrs. and Keith of guests of ard Reiman. sen and Mrs. 1 Brian were Don coffee lea Kramer. ;ary Nielsen rs. Richard :he weekend Where they 0 convention. and Beth ter Wissing, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herald Warneking, Larry and Rick. Later in the evening they called on Miss Emma Grummert. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Guide Rock were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher. Highland.. By Highland Club Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grueber of Byron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grueber and family Sunday. Mrs. Louise Oltman, Mrs. Lena Meyer and Kenneth Knehans were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter and family and Mrs. Flay Porter enjoyed a hamburger fry with Mrs. Velma McKevitt Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Troudt at- tended a piano recital at the home of Mrs. Ray Hunter in Superior Wednesday evening. Their grandson, Kevin Jensen, of Mankato was one of the pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Housechild and family of Oakley, Kan., and Mrs. Ralph Peters were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter,and family. Lyle Faimon of Lincoln is visiting this week in the Ran Porter home. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter went to Lincoln to meet Mrs. Flay Porter and Mrs. Faye Schriever. They had spent a week in Chicato with their sister, Mrs. Robert Areus, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer and family were in Omaha Sunday to attend the wedding of Mr. Follmer's niece, Mary Joy Troia. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer and son on their way home. Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Don Follmer and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Krull of Glenvil. Only about 60 percent of a log was used in lumber manufacturing 25 years ago, but today as much as 93 percent ends up as wood products. Olive Hill By Mrs. Paul Blackstone Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Cutcheon have returned from a vacation trip which took them to Las Vegas, Hey., Idaho, Washington and Oregon. They returned home through Mon- tana and Wyoming. They were gone more than two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster and Andrew spent last week in Omaha. Kelli spent the week with her aunt, Mrs. Robert Schmieding, of Lincoln. They were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brahmsteadt and family of York, Thursday evening. Mrs. Verla Roe and Mrs. Myrtle Roe of Superior were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of Superior were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shoemaker of Wichita were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCammon Satur- day. Thursday, August 9, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B~,~ i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Cutcheon and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May had dinner in Superior Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William An- drews and Billy were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrews and family of Cheney, Kan. Upon returning home they were notified of the sudden death of Mrs. Andrew's father, Earl Smith of Mankato, lately a resident of the Good Samaritan Center in Superior, where he died Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen and family. Terry McCutcheon and Janice Cockroft of Burr Oak attended the rodeo at Phillips- burg, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh went to Wichita Friday evening where they were overnight guests of Faythe Hudiburgh. They all left the next day for Springfield, Mo., where they spent the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe of Superior Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun of Superior were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Kirby and family of Detroit, Mich., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and John. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hammett of Superior were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, Philip and Amy of Aurora, Neb., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carman and family of Cadams Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Mike Andersen and London, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, Amy and Philip and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gene Alexander, Candi, Dusty and Denise of Downs, Kan., were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone visited the Gritten family of Courtland Sunday evening. null Frozen k~ Frozen Lb. I I I I HAPPY BRAND LARGE SLICED ................ LB. Armour Star Canned Tender Young, Sliced Prairie Brand All Meat Happy Brand Large ZIP TOP CAN 3-Lb. Tin 12-Oz. Pkg. Chunk GOOCH LONG JACK & JILL ASS'T. SPAGHETTI .................... ' ::29c SWEET ROLLS ......... 2....69c RIALIMON FAIRMONT ASS'T FLAVORS LEMON JUICE ............ SHERBET ...................... ,.00,.69c CHOOSE FROM 4 VARIIT/IS JACK i JILL KEEBLER COOKIES ..... .,.53c HALF HALF ....... 2,,':; 69c ARM HAMMER BAKING SODA... "-"27c ........... Pkg. KUNIR'S CATSUP --49c , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,*,....v,,,--. o ,,,.... ~tl. Downy MILl HIGH CUT ASPARAGUS .............. 2 ', 69c CHIlSI, SAUSAGE OR HAMIURGIt TOIINO'S PIZZA "-"79c ........... Size Illustrated Library of This Week Only AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS We Reserve the Right ,.~ to Limit Quantities Prices Good Through August 11, 1973 )UR SATISFACTION IS ~ FIRST i i ,/i!~