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November 30, 1972     The Superior Express
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Community News of Mrs. Alda Ger- on Nov. 19 for a pre- dinner were Mr. Gary Gerbeling and of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. Ralph Gerbeling and Mrs. Cliff Krondak of Lincoln and Mr. Gerbeling. The family left for home Saturday after several days with his and her parents in Day dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and family were Mr. Elmer Jones, Mr. and Jerome Kohl and Mrs. Smith. , and Mrs. Irvin Sehleufer, | and Daniel were Friday supper guests of Mr. Bryce Ray. Saturday were dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Don and family. afternoon visitors of and Mrs. Eilert Bargen Mueller and IRon of Colo., and Carl of Nelson. supper guests Adella Gebers were Alma Wildgrube of Mrs. Margie Ahrens I of Englewood, Colo., Wulf of Deshler, and Becky Siebolt of and Mr. and Mrs. Don David, Steven and and Cindy, Rhonda Lanham of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Lanham were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Mabel Crandall of Hardy. Friday guests in the Ralph Lanham home were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crandall and Steven of Topeka. Dale Hanley and Beth of Eagle, Idaho, came Monday, Nov. 20 by plane to Grand Island and visited a week in the home of Mrs. Bessie Adams and Rolland. Other visitors Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adams and sons of Hastings. Sunday afternoon visitors also included Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Becky and Tammi of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Rausher of Nelson. Mrs. Adams and Rolland took Mr. Hanley and Beth to Grand Island Monday to return home by plane. Ricky, Pamela, David and Terry Cox of Superior visited a few days in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman and Randy. Other and Mrs. Donald and Clayton of Ind., have been , guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thayer. Friday dinner were their house guests Bob Schriner, and Jay of Harvard. dinner guests were and Mrst Mohlman and and Mrs. Mary Thayer Sunday evening the returned to their and Mrs. John Bauman were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and family. guests Thanksgiving of Mr. and Mrs. Lester were Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. of Nelson, Mr. and Roy Stutzman and of Utica, Mr. and Mrs. Peters and Michael of and Mr. and Mrs. Schleufer, Dana and Mr. and Mrs. Rodber of Superior joined them Henry Sehleufer of was a dinner guest of and Mrs. Lester Sehleufer. r. and Mrs. Clyde Gerbeling Thanksgiving Day dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff and family of Lincoln. remained overnight and Friday guests. Swigart and Don of North Platte were dinner guests of Mrs. tnksgiving Day dinner of Mr and Mrs. Bud were Mrs. Doris Jones Craig of Nelson, Mr. and Frank Jones and Mrs. Jones. '. and Mrs. Harold Waiters visited Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle evening visitors of and Mrs. Robert Frahm Sons were Mr. and Mrs. Roe and family. and Mrs. Roy Patterson and Mr. Dave Lynn and family came Wednesday and visited the of the week in the of Mr. and Mrs. Dale and daughters. Other joining them Day were Mr. Mrs. Tim Jackson of and Mr. and Mrs. of McCook. evening visitors of .and Mrs. Dale Frahm and were Mr. and Mrs. Porter and family of and Mrs. Ralph Lanham Steak .aroowo getting so a pedes- isn't SAFE, unless le's riding in a CAR. Don't Need A Hospital Me To THE HEREFORD INN I Broiled Food Homemade Pizza Superior, Web guests for dinner Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Cox and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew An- dersen were among guests at a Thanksgiving Day dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brandt and daughter of Beatrice. Buck Lanham was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen. Lyle Meyer and Teresa Frahm were those from here who attended a bowling party at Edgar with the seventh grade class of Nelson Tuesday evening. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fintel and Ivan of Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebers and Dennis. Friday evening supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ehlers, Jeffry and Amy of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lanharn were among guests at a Thanksgiving Day dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Berness Miller of Mt. Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gbers and sons attended a cooperative dinner at the Fire Hall in Guide Rock Thanksgiving Day. Mary Kriger of Hastings visited Wednesday and Thurs- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger. Thanksgiving Day they took dinner and ate with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hespen visited friends in the home at Deshler. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Kramp, who were celebrating their 64th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bohling and family of Geneva were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and family. Wednesday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mueller and Tanya of Littleton, Colo., and Pam Mueller of Fairfield. Mrs. Adella Gebers went to the home of Mrs. Betty Wulf of Deshler Thanksgiving Day and accompanied her to Fairbury for a Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Siebolt and family. Mrs. Gebers was an overnight guest of Mrs. Wu]f. Mrs. Mamie Jensen of Nelson was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walster Williams. Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall Bargen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Calver of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller, Stacie and Chad of Norfolk visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley, and Judy. Other guests Saturday evening for supper were Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley and Ethan and Craig Oltmans. Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargen were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bargen. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Shaw of Superior. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and family were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moran of Ruskin, Mrs. Lena Meyer of Nelson, Mrs. Minnie Meyer and Miss Bonnie Merrill of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley and Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley. Later for lunch Judy Epley and Craig Oltmans joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gebers and sons and Mrs. Adella Gebers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peters near Byron. Library Books Library flours Monday through Saturday 1:30-5:30, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Adult "A Story Like The Wind," Laurens Van Der Post. A contempory novel of Africa- styles of living and thinking. "Corcho Bliss," Austen Olsen. Old West, Mexican guerillas. "The Shining Years," Emilie Loring. "To Serve Them All My Days," Ronald Frederick Delderfield. "Girl From Storyville," Frank Yerbe. "The Doctor's Reputation," Elizabeth Seifert. "Lday Of Quality," Georgette Heyer. "Speak To Me Of Love," Dorothy Eden. "Horse Heaven Hill," Zane Grey. "The Obsession Of Victoria Gracen," Grace L. Hill. Thursday, November 30, 1972 "Low Blood Sugar And You," Carlton Fredericks Phd. and Herman Goodman M.D. Startling facts of how millions suffer from hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Children "Borrowers Afloat," Mary Norton. "The Middle Sister," Miriam S. Mason. "Seven At One Blow," Jay Williams. "Ginger & Pickles," Beatrix Potter. "A Filly For Joan," C. W. Anderson. Dec. 31 Deadline For Filing Claims Dec. 31, 1972, is the deadline for filing Medicare claims for medical services received from Oct. 1, 1970 through Sept. 30, 1971, according to the Hastings Social Security Office. Medical insurance pays 80 percent of the reasonable charges for doctor bills and certain other medical supplies and services after a yearly deductible of $50. CHOICE 88 SIZE NAVEL ORANG " , , 12 FOR si  BOX OF 88 *3 99 EXTRA FANCY RED OR GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES EXTRA FANCY WINESAP OR RED ROME APPLES RED OR WHITE GRAPEFRUIT CREAMY,TIGHT HEADS 3 tnS 69C 3 ,., 69c .,,.10C MAKE YOUR OWN CANDY Almond Bark and Other Items White Coating--Chocolate--Butterscotch 36OZ. s139 PKG. Lean, Rib Cut Fmily Pack Tender, Center Cut Country Style Pork PORK CHOPS] PORK CHOPS SPARE RIBS 8, ,..89 SONELIISS FRIISH PORK CUTLETS;: ....... ..89c BEEF LIVER .................... ,,79c ROODE LEAN, CHOICE QUALITY WIENERS ........................... ,.79c GROUND CHUCK .......... ,.89c CHUNK TENDER, CHOICE BEEF BRAUHSCHW[IGER ....... .59c SHORT RIBS ................. .53c GRADE 'A' EGGS 47 DESSERT TOPPING DREAM WHIP ............. :e;:39c KRAFT MARSHMALLOW CREME ,-o..ri,, ........................... Jar L| BORDO PITTED DATES ........... ';::: 59c FISHER'S RAW PEANUTS .......... ;:::49c NAPKINS | "29 140 KITTY CLOVER POTAT0 CHIPS ......... :';:::69c KRAFT GRAPE JAM OR JELLY ........... ::::59c JACK & JILL DONUTS ................... 3oo.q NABISCO PREMIUM SALTINE CRACKERS';:::37c FAIRMONT ROUND PACK tLiJl suoA. I ,oo..s ! 00-,00aac llc SOUR CREAM .......... .... ,=.ozc,,,. 39c BRACH'S MILK CHOCOLATE CHERRII:. "-"53c li,., V ..................... Pkg. OEWYERESH 0RANGE,JUICE 5  .... '1 ...... Tins :::: On Sale This Week ....  ,i',!t! i,: FOR MIM ruo,. The Family .... Handyman Volume 12 $169 AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS Prices Good Through December 2, 1972 fOUR SATISFACTIOH IS ALWAYS FIRST Do.it.Yourself Volume 12 sloe '&;',': PUMPKIN C BONUS BOX CRISCO OIL BIG 38 oz. BOTTLE Limit 1 with $7.50 or More C:"der BONUS BOX THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Forms of medical insurance claims are available at the Social Security Office and at many doctors' offices. After the form is filled out it should be sent to Medicare, Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co., P. 0., Box 456, Downtown Station, Omaha, Neh. 68101. Itemized. hills for the services claimed. must accompany the claims: form. Jewell Cou nty Agent Notes I;y Darrel D. lloie The annual meeting of the. North Central Kansas Pork: Producers Council will be held. on Thursday, Dec. 7, at 7:00 p.m. at the 24-66 Restaurant i Beloit. Larry Steckline, Farm Director of KFRM-KICT Radio will be the guest speaker, Representatives from the State association will also be present in case you have any questions for them. Please contact the count etension office by Dec. 5 if you plan on attending.