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Ideal Market! THESE | DELSY BATHROOM TISSUE Two Roll Pk. OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY 3 MINUTE YELLOW OR WHITE PETER PAN SWEET FRUIT ROLLS 3300 Tins 79 lOOZ.77 T MEATS You can depend on our finer flavored meats every time U.S.D.A. CHOICE BLADE CUT CHUCK ROUND BONE ARM OR iO/tST 79 T BONED CHUCK ROLLED F.W. SLICED VOLO THIES STICK !RS WIL00ON ,00.89 79 Pkg. 79 Roll ,00oz5900 Pkg. PY-O-MY TOPPING MIX NONE SUCH MINCEMEAT ,oz 33 Pkg. Low Prices ET Superior, Nebraska OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKsTAN DS IF WE RUN OUT OF ADVERTISED ITEMS. Daven00or00 News (Last Week's Items).. Visiting last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Van Skiver and family were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Graziana of Arvada, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Van Skiver of Lincoln. Joining them Sunday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rupert of New Waterford, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. William Van Skiver and Richard Mosier. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ahrens and Lori and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Zimmerman of Fairbury and Mrs. Jim Busch and daughters of Yankton, S.D were afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Busch. The Ahrens and Zim- mermans also visited in the Dale Skinner home. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Rupert of New Waterford, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. William Van Skiver were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Valdean Swanson of Geneva Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rupert of New Waterford, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Van Skiver and other friends and relatives for the past week. Last Sunday morning Landon Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moyn Keim, was baptized at Christ Lutheran Church Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keim and family were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reeve of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs Myron Keim of Richmond, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keim and Rev. and Mrs. Andris Grinbergs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Keim of Richmond, Va., were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keim. Cathleen Culbertson visited over the weekend with Efleen Culbertson at Kearney State College. Russell McNulty of York was guest speaker at the Church of Christ Sunday. Oak News (Last Week's Items) Mr, and Mrs. Homer Soefeld joined other members of the Fort Butler Rock and Gem Club for a fossil hunting field trip near Ashland. After the suc- cessful hunt they were all supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrew in their home near Gretna. Mrs. McGrew is the club president. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Troyer of coo Mr and Mrs. Roger Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Hoins and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keim in honor of Roger Whose birthday was Monday. The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary District Convention was held at Beatrice Sunday, Oct. 22. Those attending from Davenport were Mrs. Neil Miller, Mrs. Kenneth Dumler and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Lerimer and family of Gunnison, Colo., landed at the Davenport airport Monday evening to visit the Jerre Hoins family. They left for home Tuesday morning. I "' Davenpo '  School News The Pioneer Conference Volleyball tournament was held Oct. 16, 17 and 19 with Daven- port placing third. Sheila Alderman was named All- Conference player and Chris Zabel was honorable mention. Football playoffs for winner of the Pioneer conference will be played between Davenport and Meridian at Davenport, on Nov. 8 at 7:30. The Y-Teen girls held a style show on OCt. 26. Narrating were Barbara Bates and Peggy Miller and models were club members and others from the community. Entertaining with hillbilly accents and songs were Sherry Heinrichs, Terry Tegtmeler, and Bey Thomp-K. The music department held a pop concert OCt. 30. Performing were the glee clubs, band, trio and solos. day. Mr and Mrs. John Scroggin, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bieber, Clinton Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. Craig McLanghlin and family were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crouch to honor Mrs. Soroggin on her 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson visited in the Hans Christensen home Sunday evening. Mrs. Carol Lowery called on Mrs. Artha Scroggin Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Doris Schumacher returned home from a visit in They also visited her mother, Mrs. May Frake. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family were Saturday evening guests in the Allan Sole home. ===================== Formoso News (I :st Week's New=) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell, Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Patrick and Stella Patrick attended a dinner at the Esther Munson home Sunday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nolan of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson visited over the weekend with Virginia Patrick and Kay Heeht and children of Holdrege, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sweet entertained on Sunday honoring their grandson, David Pflester, on his third birthday. His parents and twin brothers and a great grandmother, ERa Young, were present. The E.H.U. held a craft day on Tuesday afternoon and the Athena Club had a soup supper that night. A large crowd at- tended and the ladies sold out early and had to tm'n peepie away for the supper. Lawrence Mrs. George Niehaus is a patient at the Mary Lanning Hospital where she had recent surgery. Albert Hoelting was admitted to the Mary Lanning Hospital Saturday. Sgt. Roger Forst of Duluth, Minn., visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Forst, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller and family were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Maynard Merryman home at Shickley. Mrs. Harold Sohreer returned home Sattw0ay from her reet trip to Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kimmlnau and Mrs. Wencil Kucera, Sharon and Irvin visited Sunday with Msgr. Daniel Cooper in Palmyra. Martin Kimminau is a patient at the Mary Lanning Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Ostdiek were in Grand Island Sunday as guests of Mr, and Mrs. Bob Golka and family. St. Stephen's Home-School Association held its meeting Oct. 26. Two films entitled "Automated Warfare" and "Hear! It takes two," were shown. Plans are being made for the Thanksgiving supper scheduled for Nov. 19. Colon, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. New York, Virginia and Jerry Troyer of Richmond, Me., Chi o,,,, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Carmen of wereSaturdayovermghtgNes{ Mr and Mrs Pres Wicker- Madison, Wisc., visited her of Mr. and Mrs.  e shY'of Long tach, ., are mther, Mrs, BlancheMcllleee" Mrs. Hanna Judy, Mr. and hnuse ffupt of Mr and Mr "--= .... - ........... J" Mrs EarlSchoof, Mr andMrs ..... -- ........... Oak " Leonard Scroggin and visiting B,I Jack Montgomery, Mr. and other old friends in the com- Mrs. Lavon Schoof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Schmidt in honor of Rick's fifth birthday. Mr. ana Mrs. Elmer An- derson left Friday to visit Mrs. Esther McDonald in Seminole, Okla. Mrs. Mildred Hermon called on Mrs. Artha Scroggin Wed- nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole, Carol, Richard, Dwight and Dianne were Wednesday evening visitors in the Homer Soefeld home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Svendsen in Lincoln. Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McCutcbeon and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hut- chinson, Julie and Jeffrey were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutchinson in honor of Jtflie's and Jeffrey's birth- munity. Mr. and Mrs. John Soorggin were Saturday supper guests of Mrs. Rum Snyder at Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold An- derson and family were Saturday overnight guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, at Stromsburg and Sunday afternoon guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, of Marquette. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kubicek returned home Saturday from a four-day trip to the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fergnson attended the open house Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Martin Neuhart and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moore on their 35th and 25th wedding anniversaries, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Luben took his mother, Mrs. Grace Luben, home Saturday. They were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Luben at Wiener. (Last Weeks' New=) Cecil Figgins is a patient in the Red Cloud hospital. His condition is slightly imlroved. He suffered a severe paralytic stroke two weeks ago. His Thursday, November 9,1972 family is with him daily. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Dean Reed and sons of Ridgeway, Me., visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed. Mrs. Merl Reed visited Saturday night with her father, Cecil Figgins, at the hospital. Mrs. Daisy Neskett was a Wednesday evening caller of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and Gayla. Gayla accompanied her grandmother home for the night. Mr..and Mrs. Eric Aspegren of Russell, Kan., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aspegren. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers and Wendy Pumarlo were Tuesday callers of Mr, and Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon of Superior. Last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bil] Mclntosh of Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Korb and Mr. and Mrs. Dermic Korb and family to celebrate the birthdays of Lisa and Barry Korb. Lisa and Kimberly Korb were weekend guests of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crow of Salina were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Mabel McMains. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Baylie of Dunkenville, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibbs of Esbon Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McMams and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smullins, Kathleen and Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. James Garman and DaVee and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herch of Bladen were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Billy Bishop and DaNice were af- terno callers. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles attended an all-night gospel sing-a-song at the sports arena in Hutchinson Saturday night. There were over 10,000 in at- tendance. Mrs. Transue of Albany, Ore., has moved to Burr Oak. She is the mother of Mrs. Jay Beale. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lewis of Boulder, Colo., were weekend guests in Burr Oak, visiting relatives. Miss Shirley Suehslan was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr and Mrs. tester Suchsland and Sharla spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of Alma, Neb., were Sunday evening lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt. They had visited his niece, Beth Miller, at the Concordla hospital unday. Beth is improving from a car accident and may go to her home in Soandia this week. She has been hospitalized seven weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt visited a few days last week THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS S _B with his daughter, Mrs. Philip King, and Mr. King of Torrington, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan, i Mrs. George Cosand, Mrs. NetUe Johnson, Mrs. Jessie Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Morris and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Platt attended the fifth Sunday rally dinner af Esbon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warner returned Tuesday from a visit with his sister in Nampa, Idaho, and their son, Oscar, at Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pettit returned Monday from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Bill Brown and family of Bloomington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick returned Monday from a vacation in Indiana, Kentucky and eastern Kansas. Library Bookj Library Hours Monday through Saturday 1:30 to 5:30, 7:00 to 9:50 p.m. Adults "A World Beyond," Ruth Montgomery. An extraordinary  description of the afterlife, the result of a series of messages from the famous medium Ar- thur Ford after his death to the best selling author of "Here And Hereafter" and "Gift Of Prophecy." "Bob Devaney," Danny Limprecht And Silber. A por- trait of a winner. "The Complete Book Of Coin Collecting United States," Norman M. Davis. A handbook for beginners and veteran collectors with 150 illustrations. "Atlas Shrugged," Ayn Rand. This book is the story of a man who said that he would stop the motor of the world--and did. Ayn Rand is the author of the novular "Fountain Head." "Homing," Elsworth Thane. Historical novel in the Williamsburg series. "Salute To Sandy," Dale Evans Rogers. A tribute to the son of.the beloved western stars Dale and Roy Rogers. Young Adult "Codes And Secret Writing," Herbert S. Zim. Crypotegraphy and Ciphers. Breaking secret codes and writing. "Growing Up Slm," Polly Bolivan. For the teenager who want to watch his or her weight. "Wayward Love," Ethel Lckwood. Children "Corey's Fortune," Anne Emery. "Old Witch Halloween," Wande and Harry Devlin. "When I Grow Up," Kay and ryyace. ' /- oB. hmlmmtd BuiRiintr Superior, Neb. 68T8 COMPARE the Other Price COMPARE the Other Features COMPARE the Other Deal Then Drive INTERNATIONAL THE OTHER PICKUP! Here's the other idea in pickupswlth features like a collapsible steering column as standard equipment, a gas tank mounted outside the cab. A choice of 13 body colors, 4 upholstery tones, 3 different interiors. You'll probably want the worksair conditioning, tinted glass, stereo tape deck, too. 1973 engines include a six and two V-8'sup to 392 cubes! LET'S TALK PICKUPS! 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