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12 oz. ET CINNAMON I 9 oz. Tube BESTYET LOW FAT Galloq Caltc.R ..,,Valuable 40c Couoon ==-== m-- =,am,B.= BESTYET ASSORTED SANDWICH @@@e@ By Mrs.Homer Seefeld of Sussex, N. J., visited Mr. and Callers at the Jean Moore Mrs. Don Donadio Wednesday home last week were Mr. and Mrs. John Scroggin and friends of Susse, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Garth Neale Huehens and son, Wendell Moore and grand- daughter, Susan BoJan, of Deshler, and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Schoof and family. Mrs. Fern Johnston called on Mrs. Cleo Scroggin Monday afternoon and on Mrs. Leona for a cookout at and Thursday. They purchased the Germ Moore property in Oak to repair for their summer vacations. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Donadio and Amy of Andover, N,J., left to return home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family of Nelson joined Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and daughter the river guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rathbun. Miss Lucile Graham of Las Cruces, N.M., came Saturday to the Dale Crispin home, called here by the death of David Kent Graham of Concordia. His funeral was held Sunday af- ternoon at the Methodist Church in Webber. Diane Heitman of Lincoln visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erich Heitman, and Kenneth Saturday and Sunday. Mark Intermill left Thursday for Manhattan to resume his Thursday, September 6, 1973TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5 m F. S. Schiermeyer last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve spent Friday night at Green- wood, Neb., and on Saturday at Lincoln, Neb. Major Richard Rouse and family of Leavenworth, Kan., visited over the weekend with Mrs. Fern Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt of Superior have returned from a vacation trip to the Black Hills and Bad Lands of South Dakota, and the surrounding area. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Eilert of Jewell Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shufeldt, were in Hays, Kan., on business Mrs, Fern Rouse and Miss Friday. On their way home they Marie Reed visited Mrs. Bertha visited Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Cederburg and Mrs. Nora Tyler Topliff of Jewell and John Paulsen Tuesday aRernoon. Tuesday evening, studies at Kansas State College. Wednesday evening. Bartholomew of Mankato. Kings daughters will meet Mrs. Carol Lowery spent Mr. and Mrs. Erich Heitman Warren Grossman of Edgar Mrs. Chad Wood, Michelle with Mrs. Fern Lowery today Wednesday morning visiting at and Kenneth were Sunday was a dinner guest of Mrs. Fern and Amber visited Mrs. Dix (Thursday). the J. A. Scorggin home. evening supper guests of Mr. Rouse and the Richard Rouse Hansen, Shannon and Brooke Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld Mr. and Mrs. Elmer An- and Mrs. Louis Kirchhoff of family Saturday. Monday. attended the regular meeting of derson were Sunday supper Byron, to honor Mrs. Kirchhoff Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma Mr. and Mrs. George Hun- Fort Butler Rock and Gem Club guests of Mrs. Ruby Calahan of on her birthday, and granddaughter, Raylene devadt of Mankato were dinner GRADE 'A' LARGE~j~ Tuesday evening. Deshler. ? Mr. and Mrs. Myronlntermill Mumma, andMr, andMrs. I.,oy guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle toured the Stuhr Museum inDavidson visited the Pawnee McCammon at a cafe in Beloit ~l~fl k , Mr. andMrs. HomerSeofeld .................... -randlslandSundayafternoon. Vfllagein Kansas. They also Wednesday evening. were at Greenwood Monday to V U ,'iew called on Mr. and Mrs. Einer Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen attend the farm sale of his ~[ ey ................... Johanson at Republic. and family were coffee guests of brother, John A. Soofeld. F Major and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs, Erwin Fintel of Do-en Wednesday evening Mr. and airview Rouse and three daughters of Byron Saturday evening, Aug. Mrs. James Hanson and Mr. By Mrs. Ella Summers and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and (LastWHk'sNews) By Falrvlew Club Leavenworth, Kan., Mrs. Fern 25. Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau COUNTRY FRESH family were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meyer, Mumma enjoyed a picnic and family visited Mr. andMrs. Im / I 1 mm I I 1 1 1 am i mm am ....! ~.~ am am iJ[ Mrs. Dick Hanson and family in Kleckner and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmssupper on the Mumma patio Tony Kimminau of Guide Rock honor of Mrs. Dick Hanson on Johnson of Mason City, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. F_Adon Wadiey Saturday evening. Thursday evening. her birthday, visited Friday and Saturday spent Saturday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph called on Mrs. Roseliaand family, Mr. and Mrs. I b. Meyer. ~e~eMr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Gene Alexander Pkg. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Clements Mr.'and Mrs. Clare Schuster Lila Grummert of Hastings Mikkelsen Sunday afternoon. Leonard Troyer and Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barry Alexander and Duane of Hutchinson, Kan., Mrs. Cuth- were Stmday afternoon callers spent the Labor Day weekend Williams and family were Woerner were guests of Mr. and bert Miller of Davenport and on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun. at the home of her parents, Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webberand Mrs. Orville Grummert.Mrs. I~ren Bailey of GuideThursday evening. LIBBY 303 family were Friday eveningreturned home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles HolmsRock. FRUIT Tins guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer evening from a two weeks took their granddaughter, Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and ,mm |mm----sClip This Coupon.-=emm==q Without $4.23 Pound Bag B Wet Food Stores Expires: 9/12/73 Sales Tax applicable to price without coupon MIIlllllllilll m m ~lmldl Shortening SPONGE MOP BY O'CEDAR lb. Tin 1 lb. Lvs. $3.79 Value imml --- i i I , ---- 4 OZ. Two Ply Rolls 50 Ct. RAYON MITT $2.29 Value & JOHNSON BY O'CEDAR $3.49 Value SHAVE CREAM REGULAR, LEMON OR WITH BODY $1.25 Value 80Z .... DEODORANT 7 oz. Bronze!... $1.59 Value JOHNSON & JOHNSON Seefeld. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson were in Hastings Tuesday on business and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Grunm ert, Michael and Julie. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scrnggin and Lynne returned home Wednesday evening from Colorado. Rhonda Peterson returned home from Ogallala where she has been working for the summer. Next week she will return to Doane College in Crete. Mrs. George Carroll of Superior and granddaughter, 8u~.n Nelson, of Omaha were Sunday callers on Edith 8croggin. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson attended a house warming Wednesday evening for Mrs. Loretta Feistner and family at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Peterson and family of Court- land, Kan., were Saturday evening visitors of the Levon Peterson family. Mrs. Bruce Chapman and children of Fremont were overnight guests Wednesday of Mrs. Vern Hutchins . Bill Ferguson and Merlin lfohling of Davenport attended a seed meeting and dinner Wednesday evening at York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson of Stromsburg amd John Peterson of Marquette were Tuesday visitors in the Harold Anderson home. Wayne Huey of York was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scorggin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hut- .chinson and family of Superior were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paulsen were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Chapman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hutchinson of Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutchinson were Sunday dicer guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)elmar ~hrontz at Abdal. Mr. and Mrs. Don Doned[o and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. J. 8croggin were in Hastings Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery and Connie and Mrs. IAnda Loontjer and Lonnle were in Ong Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Karnatz 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. John ScroN0n visited Tuesday with Mrs. Katherine Myers at Nelson. Sam West of elton called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fergtmon Monday afternoon, making final arrangements for the Country Western Musical band jamboree to be held in Oak Sunday Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Vie Hutchinson of Micgand, Texas, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutchinson. Connie Lowery and Terri Gillian attended the F.H.A watermelon feed at Harbine park Wednesday aRemoon. Sunday visitors at the Richard Paulsm home were Mrs. DOn Tillman and Dorothy $chott of Lincoln and Mrs. Ester Swanskberg of Florida. Saturday even~ Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buresh, Mr. and Mrs. John Corman, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Michels, Mr. and Mrs. Erule Buresh and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson went on a Min/- booster trip for the Country Western Jamboree and bar- becue to be held in Oak. They all e joyed late dinner at Ruskin. Dr. Garta Huckins and family vacation spent at different lakes Raylane Mumma, to Wichita through Missouri and Kansas. where they spent Tuesday night Miss Carrie Whitmer of the in the Rodney Newhouse home. Good Samaritan Center in Raylene left from there by Superior wasa Saturday dinner plane for her home at Port guest of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hueneme, Calif. Reed. A cooperative dinner was held Callers this week at the Tom Sunday at the Charles Holms McKeswn home were FAlert residence, honoring Mrs. Lottie Bargen, Mrs. Don Hurd andPetz of Tracey, Calif., and Roxann and Mrs. Otie Cun-Charles Lee Keith and Tim of Montgomery, Ala. Others in %amand Waldon Rathbun attendance were Mr. and Mrs. called Sunday evenin8 on Mrs. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Qyde Smith of Canon City, Colo., were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. Mr, and Mrs. Erich Heltman and Kmneth, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Holtman, Cindy, Scott and Tammy and Mr. and Mrs. Steve HeRman attended a family dinner Sunday at the Albert HeRman home in Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hale of Lincoin were Thm-sday supper James Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz, Henry Haidsiak, Arthur Haldsiak and DOn Cnssell. Mrs. Fern CasseU and Raylene Mumma called on the group in the afternoon. Leanne Petz of Bridgeport, Neb., spent Thursday night and Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petz. I~.anne went to Lincoln Saturday to work at the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vrana of Lincoln called on Mr. and Mrs. ...................... children and Mr. and Mrs. Murl By Mrs. Paul Blaekstone Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malpert of Nelson spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge. Dee Thornton of Lincoln, Neb., was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thornton, and family. Dennis Dye, who attends college at Hays, Kan., was a weekend guest of his parents, dr. and Mrs. Nelson and daughters attended the reception for pastors and teachers at the Burr Oak High School Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen, Nathan and Stuart were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Kirchhoff and sons of Deshler at I~vewell Lake Sunday, Aug. 26. The afternoon was spent boating and swimming. In the evening the Kirchhoff family were supper guests in the Tietjen home. We will sell the following belonginp of the late Howard Nicholson at 807 Commerdd 8treet, Superior, Neb., at 5 p.m., on O I I [ I I I I llll [ I I Hmmkdd Zenith, D-inch eolor portable tehvbion, new Walnut hutch with glare doors Kirby upright sweeper Desk and chair 8-piece dinette G.E. washer and dryer combination g.piece Hying room suite Platform reeker 2 Beds, box springs and mattresses Walnut dresser wlth mirrow Oak dmmr 8-drawer chest Card tables A-lneh cabinet Oak chest and matching dresser Kite.hen stool' RCA television Wall mirrow Hot plate Waffle iron EleCa4c knife sharpener Blankets and bodd]ng Floor and tabh lamps SuRcues TV trays Hall tree Treadle sewing machine Vaporizer Clothes hamper End tables II II ] I II I I Christmas decoration Pots and pans Silverware 2 Electric razors, like new Coffee table Flower pots and stands Several pieces of pottery Garden tools Hand tc ols Fishing equipment Yard sweep . Step ladder Many other m scellaneoua items Chest of drawers, fancy 6 Oak dining chairs 6 Oak dining chairs Round Oak table Oak buffet Curved glass China eloset essions shelf clock Old cupboard Oak rocker 4-sectio sectional bookea Antique slide projector Wood pipe 2 Trunks Kerosene lantern Fruit jars Haviland China set Set American fostoria Several old picture frames Several antique dishes Other miscellaneous items [ / [ I I I I I Terms: Cult. No property removed until settled Property at bidder's risk when bid off. Not responsible for aeddents. Andy and 8Hm Montgomery, Auctioneers and Complete Auction Service 11 oz. CHIX O SEA 7 OZ. Tin 3 Gloves Box of 400!_ $1.65 Value BY PLAYTEX W, TH FREE GLOVE! $1.49 Value Keebler RED TAG COOKIES 7 to 13oz. OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT cHECKSTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED Superior, Nebraska ,TE~S f I;I