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/ Thursday, January 28, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Weddings ' td The 78th installation of offic- (...21~.~ or Bethel No 66, Interna- Oll~ Or ", ~ ~ der of Job s Daughters, ~"] SUnday at 2 p m, in the cey .... ,:.hl~l~.~c Lodge Karie Holt, .~u=,']~,.ghter of Ly~m and Mary ;~9Olt, Nelson, was installed as id ron? queen. Jr| .Other elected and appointed _,JP,. cers installed were Angela L ~, senior princess, Amber ~e~,"Jun,or prmcess, Shannon $ rali¢ " • . .,,11 IC_"~.uer, guide, Melinda Byrkit, and Amy Hamel, chap- .~" Christine Sole, fifth mes- 'V L~er, Will be installed at a later officer, Shannon was escorted into the by Steve Henk, as- and in- Sole, Bethel g the installing were Colleen Stone, Jody Langer, marshal, recorder, Janet Egg- Janice Watts, mu- Piper, senior and Loretta Iliff, jun- All are past hen- Wednesday, Feb. 3 The Hardy Senior Citizens will have their monthly potluck dinner at the firehall. Friday, Jan. 29 Card playing at Senior Cen- ter, 1-4:30 p.m., coffee sand snacks served at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2 Card playing at Senior Cen- ter, 1-4:30 p.m., coffee and snacks served at 3 p.m. Card Shower Friends and relatives are in- vited to honor Thelma Gillilan with a card shower on the occa- sion of her 80th birthday Satur- day, Feb. 6. Please mail your 2~ .eotings to Thelma Gillilan, Lane H, Hasimgs, Neb. 68901. National Cardiac sica Shelbum, guest book atten- Rehabilitation dant and Janice Watts, aecompa- Week Feb. 14-20 nist. A reception followed the cer- National Cardiac Rehabilita- symptoms of CHD when they are in their '40s and '50s, imerrupt- ing a most productive time. The coronary arteries supply blood to the heart muscle. In CHD, these arteries become officer to be installed emony in the dining room. At tion Week is Feb, 14-20. stemmed burgun- the serving table were Shirley Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls it in a vase Fryda, Lois Hamel and Deb County Hospital offers a cardiac as they entered the Koehler. rehabilitation program to those while narrator Bethel Council for the term qualifying and to focus attention read "The Rose will be Karen Sole, Bethel on this week, will be having an The honored queen guardian, Steve Henk, associate open house, offering risk factor by her father. After Bethel guardian, Mary Holt, see- screening for Coronary Heart Ruth Watts sang reta_ry, Sandy Bordman, treasur- Disease. our Roads Be Straight er, Michelle Piper, director of Coronary Heart disease (CHD) Also assisting music, Betty Butler, director of is the leading cause of death in Bible bearer, epochs, Deb Koehler, director of the United States. A million per- and Anne Laugh- paraphernalia, and Lois Hamel, sons die each year from heart t ' f crown bearers, Jes- director of hospitality, disease. Many persons develop [ic~ • t°aVlq Engagements • Socia l Even ts ::i¸ :ii Card Club meets at I.anger home The Card Club met last Sun- day evening at the home of Ri- chard and Wanda Lander. Guests were Bob and Marlene Albin, Bob and Doreen Greenhalgh, Slim and Jeaniece Montgomery, Bill and Barb Sholtz and Glenn and Thelma Koester. High winners were Mr. Albin and Mrs. Montgomery. Low winners were Mr. Greenhalgh and Mrs. Albin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirk, Arvada, Colo., are the parents of a daughter, Shayla Marie, born Christmas Day. Grandparents Resident Joins clinic staff Dr. Douglas Nicholson, a resi- dent, has joined the Superior Fam- ily Medical Center staff for a two- month rotation, He was graduated in1989 from an osteopathy medi- cine program. Following an in- ternship, in 1992 he assumed a post at Offutt Air Force Base of- feting primary care. He started a two-year residency program in July, 1992. Wtule at the Superior clinic, he will gain experience in rural medicine and the rural environment. He is sidering a rural practice. He v il retire from the Air Force in three and half years, having joined the military in 1970. Presently, Nicholson and his wife, Rita, and their three- month old son, Cody are residing Supe- rior. At Bellevue the Nicholsons rent 20 acres where they keep their :" ~vada.are Mr.Kathrynand MrS.Kirk,Alanscandia,Kirk, Ar-is Dr. Douglas Nicholson horse, mule and geese. Horses are ,~, :~ ~ ~ a strong interest of Mrs. Nicholson. a great-grandmother. Dr. Nicholson grew up in Japan -------- Garden Club has wherehis parents were missionar- e: ~:~ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Woodward, plant care program ies. :~: Belleville, announce the birth of He enjoys sports, sailing, snow • ,~.~ "~:L theirfirstchild, aboy,DylanGene, Garden Club met last Men-skiing and basketball. While at i ...... t~ bom Dec. 30 at Republic County day in the Superior library base- Superior, he is exploring farming t ~fi~ Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz., ment. Projects for the coming and has been allowed to assist ; :~: .... ~'~ and was 21 inches long. Grand- year were discussed, with chores at the Arden Russell ~ ~ parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Everyone brought new seed farm. Nicholson said, "I've been :. ~ ~ Baxa, Republic,andMrs.Rachine. catalogs and garden magazines to the sale b ,a,a,am twice on Saturday ~ ~ ~ Woodward, Broken Bow. Great- to look at. The program was and still don tknow how to buys .... J~: ~; grandparents are Margaret Brown, about the care of houseplants cow." ~:~: : '~';~ ~ ~~ ........ Gothenberg.Republic' and Alice Woodward, duringthe usetheof winternicotinemOnthsas a bugand Install officers g g spray. The trade name for nice-, at Guide Rock Announce en a ement Jay and Vicki Sharp, BlueHill,tineMrs.iS BlaCkLeonLeafMorris40. became a Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Goering, McPherson, announce the are the parents of a son, Evan member. engagement of their daughter, Lisa, to Kirk Bouray, son of Mr. and Matthew, born Tuesday, Jan. 12. Next meeting will be Men- Mrs. Wilmer Bouray, Courtland. He weighed 2 pounds, 7 1/2 day, Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. The bride-elect graduated from McPherson High School and is ounces and was 13 3/4 inches currently employed at Farmers Alliance Insurance Company as an long. Grandparents are Clarence auto technical assistant. Her fiance is a graduate ofPike Valley High and Dolores Kimminau, Ser'~ce Chl~ Rebekah Lodge Guide Rock Rebekah Lodge No. 180 met in regular form with seven members present. Several members paid dues. Officers were installed. Be- cause of the weather the district deputy president and staff were unable to attend so a past district Lawrence, Richard and Charlotte At ~ home Sharp, Harrison. Great-grand- parents are Frances Kimminau, The LoveweU Community Superior, Julia Pavelka, Service Club met Thursday aS- deputy of the lodge did the in- Lawrence, and Stella Martens, temoon with Donna Marr. Seven stallation. Minatare, Neb. members and one guest, Lela After the meeting Nornm VanMeter, were present. Streit, hostess, served lunch. Keith and Melissa Wilt, School, Scandia, and Saline Vo-Tech School. He is employed at Auto Customs Collisions Repair, McPherson, as an automotive body repair technician. A March 27 wedding is planned at First Assembly ~f God Church, McPherson. or, tours ~,~. decreasing blood flow Honor Orlyn, Paula Renz and causing angina (chest pain), pastorof Miller writes of relief e.o. necessitating the need for bypass at 25th anniversary dance Superior. are the parents of a daughter, Heidi Renee, born Oh[ Great! Happy.Belated Church, is senior activities, the mixed opinions of surgery, or angioplasty. When Thursday, Jan. 21 at Mary Lookv who's 48 30th B rthday editor of The Lutheran U.S. Troop involvement and the the artery becomes completely Last Sunday Orlyn and Paula The anniversary cake was Lanning Hospital, Hastings. She ~' The JanuarY issue in- daily dangers and the value of the blocked, a heart attacl~, or mYO" Renz celebrated their 25th wed" served by Kathy YOke" weighed 5 pounds, 2 ounces and ~ ~! H eyew itness view of So- gun to the youth. He said a T-shi~ cardial infraction (MI) occurs, ding anniversary with family, tled, ' Feeding anarchy." on a gun c__ar,r, ying youth read, I Chances of a person develop- friends.neighbors and square dance [IMf ....... age it oectalA]| GrandparentsWaS 19 3/4are JaninchesandLeonardl°ng" 'writes, "Salado and amtheBoss, ing CHD are increased when one The couple had a squareII . ....... .... i II Schroeder and Gary and Marsha ~llsakcoweredtogetherMiller reported, "One Baidoa or more risk factors are present. ~'Of a bare cement room gang stole fo-ur trucks bearing Red These risk factors include ciga- dance with Bob Householter ~ Dy r.ym~Lrcuuott _)J Cline, Superior, and Harold Wilt, h~aage in Baidoa. They Cross grain, shooting nine mem- ~tte smoking', ltigh cholesterol calling the tips and Dean Milner - Ft. Coillins, ,Colo. Great, of 620 that flood the bers of a rival gang, killing five. lev/fl,high'bkxxipressure:'afam- cueing the round dances. Easy-Do CramblePie Crust grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wal~ h -- 2 114 cups unsifted flour Ralfred Knehans, Superior, yility that openedin July. An unexploded grenade stuck in ily history of heart disease, dia- al.ll~Ce osT, fl 3 teaspoons sugar Darlene Biehn, Red Cloud, Mr. i ~~;~!!~ ~'~:/ ne more than 86,000 or- the torso of one man. Medical betes, a low activity level, obe- 2 teaspoons salt and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline, istered in the two rivers personnel refused to treat him un- sity, stress and age. li~ra~ meet, in g 314 cup cooking oil and Mrs. Frank Tamme, Deshler, ~e°nly surviv°rs °fthek tilitwasrem°ved'ThiswasBaid°a Cardiacrehabilitati°nisanim" Republic Ladies Library 1/4 cur cold milk ~~ before the troops came, an image portant tool to fight CHD, and Club met Wednesday at Rae Place ~ ingredients in a 9 or Hebron. : Who found their way to of the end of the world." has three main features. Thefirst Hobson Memorial Library. Roll 10-inch pie pan. Whip oil and HAPPY 40TH le Couldn't survive the is education. Patients and their call "Something To Be Happy milk together, pour over flour arethan200smallgraves ......... families learn how to modify fffer silent witness to the namy wt.;o puma lifestyles to reduce their risk fac- About," was answered by eight mixture. Mix well with a fork. BIRTHDAY ....... ..... • .... leath from hunger. Some Valentine's meal tore. members. Hostess was Mrs. Set aside one-third of crumbly ~:~:~!~ Love"U,-M'aand Pa Robbie are permanently brain The second feature of cardiac Nathan Wallace. mixture for topping. Press re- ~: ......... %~;::~:~:~"~~ ............ ~:~ ~:~:: The club gave $25 to the li- rosining mixture evenly on sides ~,~ii ~:;~i~i " trorn malnutrition. Oth- The Hardy Women's Chris-rehabilitation is an exercise pro- brary to purchase a book. "Re- and bottom of pie pan, fluting * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * :arsofwar, theirlegs tian Union met last Thursday in gram. Patients exercise at an in- tirement is For the Birds" was edges. Fill with prepared fruit ! Selected Wallpaper " ¢ mines. There are fellowship hall. Fourteen mem- dividually prescribed level indi .......... ..... .~ • aall children. In the bers and one guest attended, cated by their physician, history reviewed by Mrs. Alvin Peters- filling; top with reserved • en. Mrs. Dana Johnson gave a crumbs. Bake at 400 degrees l5 0If " n 75 percent of the President JeAnne Edwardsand personal goals. Heart rate, paper on water conservation fol- minutes. Reduce heat to 350 de- , :r 5 are dead. began the meeting with abloodpressureandelectrocardio- h rate in Baidoa fell thought for the day. gram may be monitored as they lowed by an informal discus- grees and bake another 35 min- • 50 per day in early Plans were discussed for exercise. Patientsgaincortfidence sion, "How To Save Water." utes. * Lay at the beginning hosting a Valentines ~pper by being active in a medically Mrs. Glenwood Linden re- For no-bake fillings, prickpie ~: i::~ii ~ UntilFeb. 25 , . • Food relief is only Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 7 o clock supervised setting, viewed the Clubwoman. Music, crust with fork and bake at 400 ! Assortment of Carpet REDUCED " r the declining death in fellowship hall. EntertainmentThe third feature of. a cardiac "Brighten The Corner Where degrees for 15 minutes. Cool o* You Are," closed the meeting, and filL , See the NEW Sharp Vacuum Cleaners d is that the weakest will be provided by a gospel rehabilitation program support. , • ** cad. singing group, The Ambassa- Patients and their families ben- ! Jac on Enterp es • ned Abshir of the dove, from Omaha. efit greatly from sharing experi- .~ ~;..m~=~m~=..~'~ * ration Democratic Collection of soup labels for ences with others wno are in a Our love, Mum, Dad and your • 321 N Central, Superior, Nob. • 402'879-3029 =o '(The troops) must Charlotte's Van project will similar situation. They don'.t feel brothers and sisters us from ourselves, close at the end of the month as as alone in their fight against laeart •,.,.. • • • • • • •........, • • • •. • •. • * beapeace- the goal has been met. disease and they encourage each force. • Members signed get-well other. to keep. We cards for Norms Zolteako and Participants include those who disarm roving ban- Evelyn Sweet. have had aheart attack, coronary Devotions were given by artery bypass surgery, or cord- of Concern Vivian Hansen. The program, nary angioplasty as well as people need a steady "Rededication, was presented with angina, heart arrhythmias, at least by Mrs. Edwards. A duet, "Love hypertension, or other risk fac- farmers are Grows," was sung by Pastor tors. Most insuranceplanscover land and can Dale Bussinger and Mrs. Ed- part or all of a eardiac rehabilita- wards, tion program. A physician's re- farmerswillstarve The group viewed the film ferral is needed to enter the exer- is ready. With- "People City Mission." The mis- else program. they will sion for the homeless is located Watch for further details in next week's paper. protect- in Lincoln. The meeting was closed by HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Hypertension, the silent killer When dietary and life-style changes do Causing few or no symptoms, hyperten- sion has become known as the "silent killer." You must haveyour blood pressure taken to diagnose It. A normal reading Is below 140/90, and when it goes above this reading It should not control the blood pressure, a medicine Is usually started. A wide variety of medi- cines are available and the best one often depends on your age and medical condl- tions such as diabetes or asthma. Water be followed closely. The diagnosis should pills which remove salt and water from the not be made from Just one bodyor beta-blockers which slow the heart ings--It will vary depending on neart rate, are often used first. When the readings are extremely high, excitement, and Just being in the sector s there is an immediate risk of a stroke or office. When the readings are consistently hlgh, wYOhlUr doctor Will consider several factors ch may be affecting the blood pressure Use of tobacco, alcohol, coffee and salt Wcontrlbute to the elevated readings. ese are all life-style factors which can be changed. Losing weight and Increasing your physical activity may be ~ that is needed to control mild hypertension. heart attack until it Is controlled. Hospital- Ization to treat the blood pressure and protect against these complications may be necessary. A person's blood pressure may increase with age, soyearly checks are needed. It is important to treat it early to prevent the complications of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure. © "Providing SUPERIOR Care and More" I I I Let us show you A merica's largest and most beautiful selection of wedding stationery and accessories. Order all your special wedding needs at once from the Elegant Album by Nu.Art and free yourself enjoy this exciting time of your life. New, trendsetting wedding invitation designs in the latest fashion colors. Personalized accessories: matches, napkins, toasting goblets, gifts for the bridal party and MOREl Superior, Neb. praying the "Lord's Prayer." The next meeting will be Feb. were itnotfor 18. Hostesses will be Donna of Clark, Donna Corman and Dag- mar Pedersen. 449 N Central Slmel Superior, Nab. Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Weekdays Oinner Choices CookingEech Evening and ..., Luncheon Specials at Noon :, .,"..-. :..;'. 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