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Thursday, August 26, 1982 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3C CHICKEN MIX OR MATCH MARGARINE |$ Quite a Better'. 12OZ. PKG. . $179 ALVE, ; LB. ONLY.. ....... WESTERN GROWN ROCKY FORDS R ....-,- c--R' LO.." [GRAPES White or RedseedleSSLB. C ,,o.,co.. L:;gK cAn"Ts 3 1 .o....c........_. ii .u, !, ...k ,.,.=,.,..o..,-o,...,."m I.alims-- .., : Sl! Get One FREE HOPE DAIRY AND FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS...THAT YOU CAN COUNT ON!!! Professional Gfocle Stainless Steel equipment a used in the /,I finest hotels and restaurants. fTHIS WEEKS FEATURE ITIEM) ,, - Stainrasteel Regularly $4.J You Pay only IIIII ,1 ALL FLAVORS GAL. CTN. ICE CREAM $ 49 LARGE OR SMALL CURD 24 OZ. CTN. TOTINO PARTY ALL VARIETIES COTTAGE CHEESE R By Mrs. Ronald Lewi9 Bethany Lutheran Church: Pastor Jeffrey K. Chubb. 'unday, Aug. 29, Sunday school, ,):30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church: Pastor Larry Rodeneal. Sun- lay, AUg. 29, Sunday school, i:45 a.m.; worship, I0:00 a.m. Ruskin Public Library Hours: Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m.; Wed- nesdays, 7-9 p.m.; Saturdays, 9- 10 a.m. Mrs. Delbert Jeppesen, librarian. Friendship Bible Coff I members meet Wednesday morning at Bethany Church. Jerome Christensen returnt to his home Wednesday after two weeks in Thayer County Memorial Hospital in Hebron and one week in [Ancola General hospital receivirg treatment for injuries received in a one vehicle automobile accident which occurred July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ,h)hso, Jessica and Ben ac companrnied by two neight.r children, Jonathall and Stephanie Peaford, all of Philadelphia, Pa., were Aug 7- 14 houseguests of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Brakhage. They also visited the Kenneth Corman family of near Superior. Mrs. Brakhage had a medical check up Aug. 17. Mrs. Sylvester Kimminau and two daughters, Hastings, Mrs. Emil Stichka, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon School, Kasey School, Mrs. Louis Noblitt, Mrs. Forrest Dillon, Frances Hansen and Mrs. Arnold Mclntosh attended the monthly birthcy party at the Goed Samaritan " Home in Nelson last Tuesday Mrs. Hannah Judy a1d Mrs Mary Jensen were among thee honored for their August birth days. Richard Lewis returned to Lincoln Thursday to resume his studies at the Uniwrsity of Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moorhen and Krista, Fairbury, Mark Christensen, North Gle:. Colo., and Bruce Christense*l arid Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christensen vacationed and fistmd neai Sioux Narrows, Omar[o, Canada a week. Mark met his family in Minneapolis and returned from there enroute home, Jim and Bruce ret_twn] home via Wyoming avd S. *z,d Mrs. Willard Christe:: , 3t Mooren and Krisa, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. DonaLd Christensen, Iiceville, wa, on their return trip Bethany Lutheran Churci| Women met in their respective afternoon and evemng cirete last Thursday for Bible study, entitled "Is there any hope for this world?" based on Amos 5. Pastor and Mrs Jeffrey Chubb attended a clergy retreat at Dana College Aug. 16..18 Kathryn Jo Jenssen had surgery on both feet Ag. 9 at Mary Lanning Hopittd, [-lastings She returae home a, ug. 12. On her returt trip to oer doctor, her feet were placed in walking casts which she will continue to wear for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen accompanied by Zrandchildren, Kristine, Aaron and Kristing Hansen, were last weekend guests of the Dean Fickenscher e WITH THIS COUPON Save $1.00 /CUP THIS COUPON) II WITH COUPON WE family in Moorefield, helping ANT. FLAVORS il e 12 oz SINGLES .oz $ iii129 Tara Fickenseher celebrate her JELLOPUDDING rvra e" PKG. AMERICAN PKG. fourth birthday. Tom Hansen returned to i REAMS 8OZ. 691 CHEESE KRAFT 10OZ. $19 Manhattan Thursday and began IB'BIpmm FROZEN PKG. CASINO SWISS e PKG. his classes at K-State Monday. Mrs. Joe Muff, Domm and POTATOES ORE-IDA sooz.$1491MAma-AOIHI FAMILYSIZE LB. 89 Barbara and a niece, Shelly CRISPY CROWN PKG. BRi CHIFFON TUB Muff, were Monday to Wed ' nesday guests in the Roger ' Kastrup home. Emil Stichka, jr,, returned to Hastings Sunday to resume his CoupoII studies in Machine Shop Technology at Central Corn- SPIN BLEND SALAD mtmity Technical College, after HESSlNG CRACKERS SUNSHINEHI.HO 12BoxOZ $ I MAIIISlIMALLOWS CAMPFIRE 10 o, 49' the summer at home. PKG. Mr. and Mrs, David Hansen ][ i attended a picnic in Lamberton, CRACKERS 89 CLEANER 119 ' Mm' Aug" s' with friend'' all SUNSHINE 10 OZ. LYSOL 15 OZ. S |, (g whom "winter in Arizona and CHEEZ-IT. BOX DEODORIZING SIZE ||' reside there in Apache June- OFF REG. J: MFPODC2;2R:C E TATS M ,:OOCH eA MO'rTS 99 ' BATH CLEANER ''1 49 1 tion'Mrs.wasecaDougTheandJonesHansensvisitedandMr.wentfamily.andt I " Mrs. Jones is their daughter, ' " APPLE SAUCE 99 RAID SPRAY ,.,, ,.oz ==i EXPIRES 8/31/82 ( . the former Lela Hansen. They m ROACH SIZE ireturned home via Omaha ,!where they were guests of Pastor and Mrs. Noel Petersen RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES-OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT THE CHECKsTAND IF WE RUN OUT OF AN ADVERTISED ITEM (Ruby Hansen) and sons. Slmwn and Darren Petersen were Thursday and Friday guests of their grandparents, 'I Mr. and Mrs. David Hansen. I Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stichka, ' sr., Debra and Greg, hosted a eookout at their home Sunday t, vening. Gttests were Mrs, ,  Hannah Judy, Nelson, Mr. and ;   Mrs. Mike Stichka and Tycen 150 WEST 4TH 'We Appreciate Your Business SUPERIOR, NEB, tandMr, andMrs. PaulPetersen, and Justin. The supper honored PRICES INTHISAD EFFECTIVE THRU NEXT TUESDAY-WE WELCOME FOOD STAMPS the following for their August birthdays: Mrs. Judy, Mrs. 'Mike Stichka, and Mrs. Petersen, whose birthdays were Aug. 17, 22 and 23, resptiwly. Too many youngsters think they should start out in the business world at the top. We wonder if the stars in ti entertainment world think they are worth what they are id.