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! Goodrich as he sang "The-Lord's Prayer" and "The Greatest of These Is Love." Maid of honor was Miss Nadine Pfiefer of Grand Island and bridesmaid was Mrs. Don Rabbe, sisters of the bride. They wore floor- length gowns of sheer crepe in light pastel orange and dark orange, respectively. The gowns had empire waistlines with wide sheer lace following the lines of the dresses accented with small bows in the back of crepe and lace. They carried colonial bouquets of daisies and mull'is. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a floor-length gown of white crepe with a full train. The entire dress and train had a flounce at the hemline which was attached with lace trimming entwined with white satin ribbon. White lace also encircled the empire waistline and front of the dress. The long full sleeves and wide cuffs. A Juliet style shoulder-length veil added the total look. Her bouquet was a colonial of yellow daisies and bronze mums. Best man was Harold Johnson of Grand Island. Groomsman was John Combs of Superior. Ushers were Rich Kline of Cozad, Jim Lines, Bob Berlie and 1Ron Elledge. The guest book was attended by Mrs. Jim Lines. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall. Those assisting were Mrs. Melvin Turman, Miss Mathilda Pfeifer, Miss Flora Pfeifer and Miss Helen Pfeifer, aunts of the bride, .Mrs. John Combs, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Dick 'fine double-ring wedding ceremon of Sittner, Miss Beverly Krull, Miss Lynette Krull K. Pfeifer, dauP.h(er of Mr. Ynd and Miss Barb Smith. Junior hostesses were MrL Miss Tammy Hoofer and Miss Lori Kerr. of Hastings, and James A. Smith, The bride is a 1969 graduate of Hastings High and Mrs. Arnold Smith of Superior,School and attended Kearney State College. The ned at the First St. Paul s Lutheran Hastings. Dr. Leeland Soker per- Bridegroom graduated from Superior High School in 1969 and Central Nebraska Technical e ceremony before an altar decorated College. of colorful dried flowers Mr. and Mrs. Smith are making their home of pon -pon mums in front of a in Hastings where he is employed by the Lincoln ng. in the chancel for the eveningTelephone" and Telegraph CO., and she is an Vernon Groves, organist, accompanied Don employee of Dutton-Lainson Co. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McDill and Mike of Belleville, Richard Sholtz of Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Kramer of Mankato. Mr. Gunn was honored on his belated birthday anniversary. funeral of Mrs. Monday from out-of- were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn of Gothenburg, Minor Mr. and Mrs. Steven North Platte, Vaughn Bow, Miss Doris of Aurora, Mr. and ~. Clyde Stineman of David md Mr. and Mrs. Ralph of Rising City. Hornbussel of Lincoln, and Mrs. Edwin of Superior, has a trip to Atlanta, visited ten days with at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Tom and Charlie just had a big as she arrived. A of her trip was several evenings at which is a clubs, etc., the actual city. over the weekend parents here. Mrs. W. W. Gunn leR today (Thursday) for Salina to visit a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marian Ault, and family. M guests of Mr. artin Spring and were Paul Spring of Wise.. Mrs. Oscar Wisc., and of the Blue Hebron. r. and Mrs. L. O. Baker to their home at last Wednesday a week in the Mr. and Mrs. Jack and family. evening dinner of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Mankato. Sgt. and Mrs. Gary L. Mc- Carty and Aaron of Taylor, Mich., visited Sunday evening in Superior with relatives, Floyd Shellhase, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hornbussel and family, Mrs. Lyndall Harvey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Delphos Shellhase and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shellhase and Dustin. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hesser and family of Mankato and with her mother, Mrs. Vivian Krone, and family at Beloit over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Carty and Aaron were enroute to Pueblo to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McCarty. Mrs. McCarty and Aaron will make their home there while Sgt. McCarty serves a year in Vietnam. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gilliland of Wayne, Neb., were Thursday and Friday overnight guests last week of Mrs. Velma Sullivan. They were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Verlan Broyles on Friday. Linda Jacobitz Nelson Winner Nelson High School's 1973 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Linda Jacobitz, She was selected by her score in a written knowledge and at- titude examination taken by both senior boys and girls on Dec, 5. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz of Nelson and a granddaughter of Mrs. Gladys Webber of Superior. Concert Tonight At Davenport The Davenport Tiger Concert Band will present a concert this (Thursday) evening at 7:30 p.m., at the Davenport Com- munity School auditorium. The 40-member band consisting of grades 9-12 will present "An Evening of Musical Hits." Piano solos will be Sherry Heinrichs and Karen Reinke. The concert is under the direction of Vincent A. Boudreau, music director. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bargen were at Marion, Kan., over the weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gary Parrott. Mr. and Mrs. Parrott moved there last week from Lincoln where Mr. Parrott recently received his degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Nebraska. He is now employed by the Colgate- Palmolive CO., in Kansas City. Mrs. Parrott is the former Angl ed home on Barbara Bargen. of last week from the Hospital at Salina Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hulse of had been a patient for Belevidere and Duane Hulse of. He had surgery Belfonte, Pa., were supper guests Sunday evening of Mrs. Shari Carrels. D.uane Hulse, Mrs. Carrels' brother, returned to his home Monday. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen, Carlie and David of Were Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Walt War- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jamee, Scott and and Jeaunie Keller of for supper. family had at- dinner in MrS. Mrs. Alice Gentleman, state president of the American War Mothers, returned home last week from attending meetings in Omaha and North Platte. While in Omaha she sanctioned the merging of two Omaha War Mothers' chapters, Omaha 2 and Russell Hughes 7. ALL YOU CAN EAT: American Legion Hall Deshler, Nebraska February 4 U-Neta Orchestra Eot from 6 to 8 p.m. Dance from 8 to 12 p.m. Admission Dance Children tb4 under 12 ~1 on,v $1 EVERYONE WELCOME." Monday, Feb. 5 American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Legion Hall, 8 p.m. Mrs. H. C. Hanna will give the Americanism program with a story of the flag. Tuesday, Feb. 6 Superior Woman's Club meets at Hotel Leslie, 2 p.m. All members urged to have something on display for this crafts and sewing display day. Mrs. Kenneth Studier will show slides and tell of her recent trip to England. Parliamentarians Install Officers The Superior Unit of the National Association of Parliamentarians met Monday evening in the Security National Bank Community Room. Nine were present. Mrs. Pauline Harkins opened the meeting and with the con- sent of the members named Mrs. H. C. Hanna as chairman. The thought for the evening was "Foundamentals." New officers were elected and installed. They are: Mrs. Charles Bagley, president; Mrs. Henry Wayman, vice- president; Miss Margene Shuck, secretary; and Mrs. Pauline Harkins, treasurer. Mrs. Wayman was in charge of the installation and was also in charge of the program. Admitted: Robert Curfman, Superior; James Harris, Nelson; John Kraus, Superior; Mrs. Mabel Beck, Superior; Raymond Oldham, Superior; Shdron Utecht, Superior; Mrs. Agnes Braun, Superior; John Drapal, Fairfield; Mrs. Lillian Jensen, Nelson; Mrs. David Tucker, Superior; Darren Tyler, Superior; Gerald Biltoft, Nelson; Kent Fickens, Edgar; Clyde Washington, Hardy; Bradley Suiter, Superior; Mrs. Gerhardt Koester, Superior; Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Oak; Albert Klawitter, Nelson. Pinochle Club Mrs. Marvin Lewis en- tertained the Hi-Lo Pinochle club at her home Thursday evening. High prize was won by Mrs. LaVerne Meyer and low by Mrs. Leroy Hintz. Mrs. Dewayne Houtwed was a visitor. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Meyer. 1o The Music of Richard Lee (On the Organ ) 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Ruskin, Nebraska Now Thru Sat. Technicolor [ Sun.--Mon.--Tues. a UNIVERSAL RELEASETECHNICOLOI:~ Rated PG n , ,, SHOW TIMES MAT|NEE. SATUROAY Thursday, February 1, 1973 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bargen of Superior wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Jane, to Marvin C. Beale, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Beale, sr., of Mankato. Miss Bargen is a 1971 graduate of Superior High School and is presently employed by the Leslie Coffee Shop. Mr. Beale is a 1972 graduate of Burr Oak High School and is employed by the Byron Grain Company. An April 14 wedding is being planned. Mrs. Josephine Tieskoetter and Janet Jo and Murt Tieskoetter of Elgin, Neb., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bohling and Danny at Byron Friday afternoon. Mission Study Planned For Three Sundays The First Baptist Church of Superior will hold a school of missions on Sunday evenings, Feb. 4, Feb. 11 and Feb. 18. Each evening will begin with a mission's study for every age group at 5 p.m., which will be followed by a suvper at 6 p.m. There will ""be special missionary features every evening following the supper. A new missionary film on India, "The Cross in the Lotus," will be shown Feb. 4. A former pastor, Rev. Bryant Currier, presently on furlough from the Philippines, will be speaking Feb. 11. Rev. and Mrs. Andy Swanson will show slides Feb. 18 of the American Baptist Mission fields, which they toured last winter. The public is cordially invited to attend these meetings. A nursery will be provided. Annual Meeting Re-Scheduled For Saturday The Jewell County Con- servation District annual meeting, scheduled for last Saturday, was postponed and will be held this coming Saturday evening at the Mankato High School building, starting at 7:30 p.m. Danny Liska, adventurer, will show slides and tell of his travels to Europe and Africa. The public is invited. New Officers For Housing Authority The members of the Superior Housing Authority met Thurs- day evening. New officers were elected. Mrs. H, C. Hanna was named chairman; Keith Robinson, vice-chairman; and Harold Braun, secretary. Vernon Quy and John Price are also members of the Aurthority; A moratorium has been declared for 18 months on all funds for urban development. The last application for such funds had been returned to the Superior Authority but a new application will be submitted immediately for such funds when available. Presents Flag To Bank For Community Room An American flag and a standard was recently presented by the Republican Women's Club to the Security National Bank for the Security National Bank Community Room. The flag is 3x5 and is fringed in gold. This room is used for many public meetings, Thursday, February I, 1973 The Superior Express, sub- scription rates S5.00 a year payable : in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere in the United States, Ten cents per single copy. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, Inc., at 148 East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. 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