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Tins g-oz. I JET PUFF 16 oz. Pkg. ge$ Tins i 10 oz. IIP="'--BCLiP THIS COUPON'-'-'= Without 24 oz. 91c Jar 7 OZ. Jar STRAW- BERRY ,b Jar 69' lb. Jar TRU GO LD WHOLE DILLS 32 oz. Quart iiiii I Ib HORN THIS COUPON,'===='==,= FOLGERS Without 10-oz. $1.79 Jar res 9/6/73 -=Bestyet Food Stores Expires 9/6/73 ut coupon _u J Sales Tax applicable to price without coupon ||ii ||li|i|||||||||||l BALL MASON BALL MASON DOZ. , ....... BESTYET APPLE 28 oz. ,Jar TOPPING MIX 2 oz. Pkgs. OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT cHECKsTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED Superior, Nebraska , EMs Webber Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Concordia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Sunday. They all attended the Graham family dinner at the church. The family of Mrs. Anna R. Graham met at her home and had lunch together Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Graham and children of Kansas City were overnight guests of Mrs. Anna R. Graham Satur- day. Mrs. O. R. Cunningham called on Blanche Thomas Saturday morning. Ernest Sisson of Straton, Colo., called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Saturday evening. Twenty of the Graham relativ were present at the carry-in dinner in the Fellowship hall of the Webber Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoerner and children of Manhattan were guests of her uncle, Orel Davidson, Saturday and Sun- day. They all called on Mrs. Ion Davidson Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dougles Staton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kintigh, last week while her husband was in National Guard camp. She and her husband left Sunday for their home in Pleasanton, Karl. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell returnedhome Thursday from a vacation at the Lake of the Ozarks and in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family returned home last Sunday from Colorado, where they attended the Four State Irrigation Council meeting. They also spent a few days vacationing in Colrado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. GUY Allington of Superior were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Thursday evening. Mary Ross left last Wed- nesday for Olathe where she teaches. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith of Canyon City, Colo., arrived at the Dale Crispin home Thurs- day for a visit with relatives. They and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin called on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith of Colorado and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith of Fairbury enjoyed a picnic supper at the lake Saturday evening. Mrs. Elsie Osborne, Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and children, Mrs. Duane Kintigh and Mrs. Harold Bothwell were among those who attended the shower in Republic Friday evening, honoring Mrs. Doug Staton. Mrs. Anna R. Graham returned from McAllen, Texas, Friday. She had been in McAllen for the wedding of her granddaughter. Drake Hutchins of Seattle, Wash., visited over the weekend at the Harold Bothwell home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wyatt of Maquaketa, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Friday evening. Mrs. Anna Graham from Superior, Mrs. Gladys King from Indiana and Mrs. Minnie Davidson visited last Tuesday with Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Blanche. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin drove to Grand Island Saturday night, to meet Lucile Graham, who came from Las Cruces, N.M. Jean Rathert and Erma Norman of Salina were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Blanche. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Konvalin visited last weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs: Don Bollig in Omaha. Blanche Thomas was dismissed from the hospital in Mankato last Saturday and is now staying with her mother, Carrie 'fl omas, in Webber. he Coneordia hospital Friday Thursday, August30, 1973 # #hrough Tuesday with a blood clot in his leg. the Rebecca Kensington Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of meeting Tuesday evening for a returnedhome Thursday from a Alma, Neb., and daughter, Mrs. covered dish supper at the home ten-day vacation in Missouri. Annette Pool, Alliance of Mrs. Vic Nielsen. Mrs. Mrs. Lester Sawyer and Mrs. Neb., were last Sunday evening Dianne Collins of Nelson was Gene Bevington, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse also a guest. visiting their sister, Mrs. A.W. Platt. They had been to see his Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanham, Wilson, in Superior, leftfather, Elza Miller, at Con- and Kenneth and Mrs. Bob Thursday for their home in cordia. Elza is not to strong. Drudik, Lori and Angle at- Grants Pass, Ore. Golden Rule Club met with tended theDavis family reunion Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece Mrs. Mabel McMains Thursday on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. and Audry Springer were afternoon. Mrs. Nora Gleason 18 and 19 at Pueblo, Colo. From luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. was able to attend the social there they went on to Houston, Edwin Boss Wednesday. hour. Texas, and spent a day at the Mrs. Ernest Andreason, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer Astroworld and attended a Harry Webber, Mrs. Myron of Mankato were Friday baseball game. At Dallas,they Intermill and Mrs. Edwin Ross evening dinner guests of Mrs. toured Lion Country Saffari. entertained the patients from Bessie Burton. They returned home Saturday. the Rehabilition Center at a Mr. and Mrs. Andrew An- watermelon feed at the park in News dersen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Superior last Sunday afternoon. Gebers and Dennis and Mr. and .... _ ........... _:-: :: Mrs. Herman Hespen attended THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 B Mrs. Alma Wildgruebe of Englewood, Colo. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Muehlich, Jan and Jody were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White of Schuyler, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen and Kurt and Mr. and Mrs. Art Moran were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family Monday evening of last week to help Marlin Meyer celebrate his 15th birthday. Kurt was an overnight guest of Marlin. Several families from this community attended the Fishermen's Quartette program Sunday evening at the Bethany Lutheran Fellowship Hall in Ruskin. By Mrs. Warren Stiles a Hespen family reunion Mrs. John Baker of Arvada, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartels of Sunday at the Agriculture Hall Colo., and her mother, Mrs. Baird, Neb., were Tuesdayat Deshler. Warren Stiles were Saturday Mrs. Mel Kugler of Salina, afternoon callers of Mr. and By Mrs. Marshall Bishopvisitors and dinner guests of Kan., and her granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer. Mrs. Claude Boyles received Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen. Lara, of Manhattan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. word that her brotherqn-law, Mrs. Arnold Ehlers, Amy and Tuesday overnight and Wed- and Mrs. John Bauman and Robert Strain of Garnett, Kan. Jeffry of Omaha were Saturday nesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randy were Leslie Swigart and visitors. had died. Funeral services were Monday. Mrs. Delmar Boyles talked with Miss Ruth Ward of Salina. Tom Ward is not too well. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hafner and son of Dallas, Texas, were recent visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hafner. Lisa Casado of Norman, Okla., accompanied them for a longer Lynch, Brent and Brandon of guests, Mr. and Mrs. Vlc visit with her grandparents. Nelson. Hutchinson of Midlands, Texas. Sunday dinner and supper Eilert Bargen. Sunday evening Arlo Thayer. visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harry Saathoff and family of and family were among lunch Thayerof Kearney and Mr. and Hebron and Mr. and Mrs. guests Sunday evening of Mr. Mrs. Mike Thayer, Shelly and Lyndall Bargen and family, and Mrs. Art Moran of Ruskin Mark. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch were to honor Mr. Moran on his birth- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch were visitors Sunday evening of Mr. day which was Friday. supper guests on Monday of last and Mrs. LaVerne Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer week of Mr. and Mrs. Jim of Oak and to visit with their and Mark spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sholtz, Darcie and Delsie of Guide Gene Hafner .of Whittier, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harrier. Lisa Casado accompanied him to her home in Norman, Okla. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don McLean were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Carroll and Grog of Osawatamie, Kan., and Pastor and Mrs. Richard McLean and Melodic of Colby, Kan. Mrs. Dan Pettit was dismissed from the hospital Tuesday and is recuperating at home. Olin Belt of Wausa, Neb., was a Tuesday overnight guest of his mother, Mrs. Pettit, and Mr. Pettit. Patty Decker, Cynthia .Knight, Barbara Keith and Harrell Roe and Paul Wilson are among the young folks attending Kansas State this year. Dixie Pettit left Sunday to resume her school work at Colby. Mrs. Joan Lockwood and sons of Great Bend, Kan., were Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boyles and sons spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kobertson and Shannon of Crescent, Okla., on their return trip from Rosewell, N.M., after visiting her sister, Mrs. Jean Zulfer, and family. Last weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. Jack Burger, were Mrs. William Drennen and Larry and Gary Burger of Wichita. They also visited their father, Jack Burger, in the Concordia hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker of Courtland spent a few days this week at Bagnell Dam, Mo. They attended Grand Ole Opry and Country Shindig and visited other places of interest. Mr. Bishop and Mrs. Walker had appointments with their heart specialists in Kansas City Tuesday and Friday. Mrs. Opal Lamb and Mrs. Elsie Hooker of Mankato were 'last Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heskett of Lincoln were Tuesday through Thursday guests of his mother, Mrs. Daisy Heskett. Mrs. Joan Lockwood and sons of Great Bend, Kan., and Mr. and .Mrs. Donald Heskett and Paula of Mankato were Wed- nesday evening guests of their mother, Mrs. Daisy Heskett, and visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heskett. Mrs. Jesse Platt received word that her sister-in-law of Providence, Iowa, had died. Jack Burger was a patient in Wednesday evening guests in Stacie Miller of Norfolk spent the home of Mr. and Mrs. from Wednesday through Lyndall Bargen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bohling and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bargen. They helped David Bargen celebrate his first birthday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and family attended a Bohling family reunion at the Deshier park on Sunday. Mrs. Don Reed and Kathy of Courtland, Kan., visited Tuesday with Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland. Kathy stayed overnight and Wed- nesday evening Mrs. Adams, Rolland and Kathy were supper guests in the Reed home and Kathy remained at home. Brandon Lynch spent Tuesday and Wednesday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lynch, while Brent Lynch had a tonsilectomy. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer and their guests, Brent and Jay Schriner, visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reed and family at Formoso. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thayer were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schriner, Brenda and Jay of Harvard. Brenda and Jay returned home with their parents after spending a week in the Thayer home, Mrs. Mae Lynch visited Brent Lynch in the Jim Lynch home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Bill Lynch was a guest at I Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and Chad came Saturday for the weekend and she returned home with them. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Epley were the Miller family, Mrs. Lena Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley and Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Oltmans and Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thayer and Iva were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Pearl Fitzgerald of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. RudyKriger and moved into their new home in Nelson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stenson and family were guests Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis to help Neal Lewis celebrate his seventh birthday. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schieufer and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shaw and family of Baton Rouge, La., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw of Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schieufer. The Shaw family left for their home Saturday. Mrs. Adella Gebers, Mrs. Betty Wulf and Mrs. Adetha Schmidt of Deshler and Mrs. Mae Lynch were in Hastings on business Thursday. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Gebers spent the afternoon and evening with Mrs. Betty Wuff and her house guests, Mrs. Margie Ahrens and Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis and family attended the 4-H achievement night of the Clover and Harmony Club at the Bethany Fellowship Hall in Ruskin on Thursday evening. Mrs. Walster Williams and Debbie went to Lincoln Saturday and Debbie remained to start her school year. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Jensen of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams attended the annual Nelson-Edgar Christian Church supper at the Nelson church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and Tommy visited Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink and sons of Nelson Thursday evening. Saturday evening they visited in the home of Mrs. Betty WUlI of Deshler and with her house guests, Mrs. Margie Ahrens and Mrs. Alma Wildgruebe of Englewood, Colo. Sunday the Gebers family spent the evening in the Richard Wulf home near Bostwick. Mrs. Max Lanham visited in the home of Mrs. Warren Stiles of Nelson Wednesday aRernoon and with her house guests, Mrs. John Baker of Arvada, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Loren and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Vie Kuhlman and family of Superior Thursday evening. The Kuhlmans had just returned from a trip to Washington where they visited their son and family. I O This year will mark the 25th annual Farmers and Merchants party sponsored by the Superior Chamber of Commerce and we've gone all out to make it one to remember. Every farmer and his wife in the Superior trade territory are invited to the beef barbecue at the City Auditorium. Following the barbecue, we will adjourn to the Crest Theatre for special live entertainment and the showing of the feature movie, "Cold Turkey", starring Dick Van Dyke. Make Plans To Attend The Barbecue will be held at the City Auditorium a F Serving will begin at 6:30 p.m. Come as soon as you can You will be served Country Living at its Finest Beautiful new 3-bedroom Embassy House * Completely Carpeted * Family Room *1% baths *Central air conditioning *Located on 2 acres of wooded overlooking Republican River * Has new well and septic tank * Set on concrete foundation land For showing contact Jim Representing Countryside Mobile Homes Hastings, Nebraska Phone 402--879-4143 There will be an outstanding program as usual that is sure to please at the Crest Theatre Every farmer and his wife In the Superior trade territory is Invited to attend. In order to make necessary preparations, our only request is that you will fill out the coupon below and mall or bring It fo the Chamber office as soon as possible. Reservations may also be made at either Superior bank. COUPON We would like to attend the Farmers-Merchants Bar- beque at the Superior City Auditorium on Wednesday evening, September ]2, ]973. Address ...... , ....... . o,. .... , .......... ,,,..,,., .... ,.,, .... .