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August 26, 1982

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/ Superior school students began attending classes Wednesday, new faces teaching staff included (from eft): Pam Frerichs, kindergarten; Lyla title I remedial; Jill Scripter, title I and seventh grade math; Shells Lund, first Levander, second grade; Carol Radley, 7-12 English and Keith Albright, and Police investigated an intersection of Highway 14 :30 p.m. Selvage, a 1971 Ford, in time and driven Ac- Thompson stop sign and intersection occurred. the Selvage and amounted to respectively. A theft of guns from two pickups Monday, several vehicle accidents and one vehicle fire were reported this week by the Jewell County Sheriff's office in Manhato According to the Sheriff's office, guns were reported taken from pickup trucks belonging to Jerry Kinsey and Duane Strop, both of Mankato some time during the day Monday. Investigation by the authorities is continuing. On Tuesday, Aug. 17 a calf belonging to Carrel Thronson darted in front of a vehicle being driven by Rick Boiler, Mankato, causing functional damage to the Boiler vehicle and killing the calf. No injuries were reported to Boiler. A 1982 Chevrolet station -Express Photo wagon driven by Scan Herbig, Mankato, backed into a parked 1972 Chevrolet pickup belonging to David Bothwell also of Mankato in the Mankato High School parking lot Friday. Functional damage was. reported to both vehicles but there were no injuries. Near midnight on the same night a 1978 Ford driven by Jay Wierenga, Jewell, collided with a 1982 driven by Mr. Jensen at an intersection obscured by bushes and trees on a county road nine miles south and one west of Mankato. No injuries were reported although both vehicles suffered functional damage. Saturday, Duane Stout parked his 1979 GMC pickup at his residence but when he NOTICE I AWER OF IfliEREST UNTIL APRIL 1, 1983 Buy a dependable WiI.Rich Field CultivatOr or Air Seeder nOW and save money Mr. Farmer: Wt-Rct deaer s no', offering a Waiver oi tntereSt Program on all Your ,OCaw, .,ch ,age proJC'0r, ' d,sCOunts now ,n etlect But act now! The deDenda,e t s a Oeal you won t want to pass up Or take advaOtage ot other '-,',,' - i %eerier you tuy the more ou c % save . ___,  1sea on a, wil. untd j8,1, ' '  detalt5 RCh chlSe pOWS aV m-- FIELD CULTIVATORS  AIR SEEDERS 8 to 66 Patented Shank Assembly High Clearance 4-Bar Frame Walking Tandem Axles Constant Depth Control An Innovative Ventlie Seeder A Field Cultivator A Chemical Inctxpotor A Fertilizer Bander Schroer WlL-RICH merit Co. Wahpeton, NO m usa LAWRFCF, NF PHONE 756-7434 Is At Country Still Thursday, Friday and Saturday Budweiser or Miller Lite or Reg. 12 Pk. $4.85 Cana#ian S#rings 7L COUNTRY STILL Ron and Julie Utecht Superior, Neb returned some time later, he found a fire had destroyed wiring and hoses in the engine compartment making it im- possible to drive, Irvins, DeBos return from a I O-day tour Mr. and Mrs. Kirmet Irvin accompanied by her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Amil DeBo, Grants Pass, Ore., returned home Thursday from a 10-day tour to the southeastern United States. Among places visited were the Gateway Arch and a Riverboat cruise at St. Louis. From there they went to Lexington, Ky., where they visited the Kentucky Horse Park where they went on a train ride and viewed the Man-O-War statute and Henry Clays home, Keenland Bay Cruise and Calumet Farms. The next two days they attended the World's Fair, Knoxville. From there they traveled through Smoky Mountain National Park, Gatlenburg and the Oconaluftee, Indian Village. They also visited the Atomic Energy Museum at Oak Ridge, Tenn. Then on to Nashville, they visited Andrew Jackson's home, toured Musical Hall, the Country Music Hall of Fame, homes of the stars, Ryman Auditorium and Opryland USA. On the return trip they visited Kentucky and Barkiey Dams regional shopping centers and and Lakes near Paducah, Ky. factories. They traveled 2,500 nlles, and in seven states. There we 40 Third film in series people on the tour traveling by to be shown Friday bus from Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. DeBo will leave for their home Friday. Local store owner observes company's 5Oth annivezsaxy Phyllis Doyle, owner, of the local Mode O'Day store has announced the 50th anniversary of the company she is associated with. Mode O'Day has been the leading franchisor of women's specialty shops since 1932. Conventional economic wisdom would have warned anyone against starting a new business in the middle of the "Great Depression." However, three immigrant brothe from Lebanon, the Messrs, Ernest, Billy and Bert Malouf, evidently failed to get the word. It was during those turbulent years that they opened their first store in Glendale, Calif. The company has grown and kept up with the times, developing from dress specialty operation to a dominant position in sportswear for junior, misses and large size customers. Today stores are located In small to medium size towns in 30 states across the country. There are currently 642 stores plus 69 specialty operations in "Mountain Lady", the third and final film in the August Film Festival sponsored by the Reformed Presbyterian The public hearing on Case No. Z82/02 and Case No. Z82/03 by the City Council of the City of Superior, scheduled for Aug. 28, has been postponed until Monday, Sept. 13. See public hearing notice elsewhere in this issue. City of Superior Harry Robinson, Mayor I II I I I I I First Federal avings and loan urrior , i,ii i I Thursday, August 26, 1982 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Church, will be presented story teller. Filmed in the tomorrow (Friday) night in the rugged Alaskan wilderness, the Lady Vesty Room at the Hotel story includes the search by Old Leslie in Superior beginning at 8 Tom and his granddaughter for p.m. a herd of wild horses. The film featuring Tom "Monntaln Lady" promises to Coreson and Heidl Machen be a filmwith beautiful scenery, concerns Old Tom, the hunting humor and a message. The and fishing companion of Stuart entire community is invited to Hamblen, country singer and attend the film showing. SAVE-BY-MAIL COUNSELING DRIVE-IN FSLIC INSURANCE MORTGAGE LOANS FREE PARKING SAVINGS ACCOUNTS MONEY ORDERS CERTIFICATE ACCTS. RETIREMENT ACCTS. IMPROVEMENT LOANS DIRECT DEP. S.S. CHECKS Phone 402-879-4757 Fifth and Central Superior, Nebraska All Accounts Insured To St.O0,O00 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation We Were Pleased / Fireplace Construction Brick Laying - All Concrete Work To Be Selected By John and Linda Combs To Assist in The Construction Of Their New Home Specialists In Fireplace Construction Gaylord Higer Construction Company Su , Nebraska IIII II I ,,r, ,,,,,r,