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2A "mE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 10, 1972 Schardt-Bauer Vows Exchanged At Seward St. John's Lutheran Church of Seward, Rhonda Lichty of Seward was the scene for the Davenport and Mark Schardt, 7:00 o'clock Dec. 19 wedding of Cindy Bauer nd Robert Linda Ann Schardt of Seward, Schardt of Hebron. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer The organist was Sylvia Schardt of Hebron, and James Yder, Seward. Trumpeter was Douglas Bauer, son of Mr. and John Mills of Seward and Mrs. Donald Bauer of Seward. singers were: Rachel Clocter of Members of the wedding Seward, Marilyn Fuss of party were as follows: Celebrant, Pastor Arden Walz, Cordova; acolyte, Wayne Pohlmann, Deslfler; crucffer, Myron Wetzel, Chaska, Minn.; and banner-bearer , Mike Cooper, Beaver Crossing, Neb. Matron of honor was Mrs. Gary Lea Hafermann and best man was John Hafermann, Seward. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a gown fashioned in empire demi bell silhouette from Bengaline faille Cotesfield, Neb., Loren Wilhusen of Polk, Neb., and Mike Heinz of Forest Park, Ill. Ushers were Terry Boren of Wichita; Stanley Bryant of Grey, Kan., Dan Cloeter of Seward and Mike Kremin of Fremont. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Martens of Deshler and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper of Beaver Crossing. After a brief wedding trip the couple is at home at 128 South taffeta and exquisite white mink. Mink encircled Abdal Club Meets; Has Housewarming The Abdal Club met at the Community Room of Security Bank last Thursday afternoon due to the illness of Mrs. Bruce Stiles, who was to be hostess. Twelve members were present and answered roll by telling their favorite anecdote about Washington or Lincoln. Games were played after which a cooperative lunch was enjoyKd. Sunday evening nine membe-rs and their husbands met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nielsen for a housewarming. Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen have recently moved to Superior from their farm home north- west of Superior. Contest Winners Speak At Legion Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary of St. Mihiel Post 103 met Monday evening at the Legion Hall. Americanism chairman Mrs. Keith Robinson introduced the three winners of the Voice of Democracy contest. Ed Hall, first place, Terresa Long, second, and Kim Clahaugh, third, eachgave their speech. Mrs. Vernon Kitten, mem- bership chairman, reported 142 members. It was decided to send $10 to the Little Red Schoolhouse fund. The mid- winter conference was discussed that will be held in Kearney. A date will be set soon to interview girts interested in going to Girls State. The next meeting will be a covered dish supper with the Legion members on March 6. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bossemeyer will show pictures of their trip to Europe. North West Country Club Meets At Warren Roe Home The Northwest Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Warren Roe Feb. 3. Mrs. Robert Woerner, jr., president, con- ducted the business meeting. "We Prepare For To- morrow," taken from the Extension club's year book, was read in unison. Roll call was an exchange of Valentines. Each member read the valentine verse and greeting on the valentine she received. A letter from the county extension club and a friendship letter from Mrs. Lydia Oswald, a former member, now living in Idaho, were read. Mrs. Earl y told Of some interesting highlights of her trip to Tennesee where she spent the holiday and some time with her son, Wayne, and family. tines, "Old and New." She showed some beautiful reproductiious of some early day valentines. She also gave 5th Street, Seward. They are the study lesson, "Milk and the seniors at Concordia Teachers Milk Products," tailing the Rothchilds Observe 59th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild, Micheal, Ronnie and Mary Rothchild of Mankato were hosts at a pot-luck supper honoring Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild on their 59th wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliot of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family, all of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rothchild and Miss Jana Roth- child of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rothchild of Mankato and Miss Jody Marr of Superior. Those calling their congratulations were Mrs. Doris Godsey of Seattle, Mrs. Gwen Schearer of Portland, Norman Rothchild of Littleton, Colo., Miss Naomi Rothchild of Pawnee City, Harold Rothchild of Auburn, Calif., and Mrs. Nelson Sorrell of Phillipsburg, Kan. Miss Pettigrew Is Bride-elect Mr. and Mrs. John Pettigrew announce the engagement of their daughter, Peggy Lee, to Timothy R. Jorgensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jorgensen of Superior. Miss Pettigrew is a sophomore attending Kearney State College. Mr. Jorgeusen has just completed serving in the United States army. A summer wedding is being planned. Entertained At Birthday Coffee Mrs. Marin Lewis en- tertained at her home at a belated birthday coffee in honor of Mrs. Lena Lewis on Monday afternoon of last week. Those attending besides the honored guest, were Miss Kathryn Jo Jeusson, Mrs. Vera Kaldahi, Mrs. Dora Wall, Mrs. Frits Sorensen, Mrs. Clarence Sykes, Mrs. Martha Schultz, Mrs. Oscar Chrtstensen, Mrs. Arnold Simonsen, Mrs. Lillie Nora W.S.C.S. Meets Feb. 2 : Wednesday, Feb. 2, was the regular scheduled meeting day for the Nora United Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service. The day, weatherwise, was just plain miserable. It was cold and windy and the air was filled with blowing snow. However, as the appointed hour for the meeting approached the air cleared some so the executive committee decided to go ahead with the meeting. Mrs. Bill Lynch gave the lesson on "World of Age." Nine members answered roll call with "A Senior Citizen I Ad- mire." In March a vote will be taken in the society to determine which of their members will receive a special membership pin this year. The group made plans to serve lunch at the Marvin Thayer sale on Feb. 23. Mrs. Cleo Thayer was the hostess and served lunch. Mrs. Floyd Reed Entertains Club Mrs. Floyd Reed of Formoso entertained the Fairview- Woodbine Club at her home on Tuesday afternoon with eight members present. Pearl Het- tinger guessed the guess box, Mrs. Melvin Joerg received the Penny Ante and the low score. The high score went to Mrs. Mike Peters, jr. Placed Excellent At Music Festival Miss Nancy Jensby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby, was Republic High School's entry at the Kansas State High School music Festival at Presser Auditorium, Lindsborg, Kan. Saturday. This Festival was all piano solos. There were 169 entries and Nancy placed excellent. She played "Arabeske Opius 39, No. 4" by Edward McDowell. She is a sophomore. Mrs. W. Wilson Is Best Loser Miss Tipton Plans May 20 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Tipton of Webber announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Jane, to Fredrick R. Sheesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Sheesley of Grinnell, Kan. Miss Tipton is a senior at Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kan., majoring in elementary education. Her finance is a graduate of Fort Hays State College with a Bachelor of Science degree. A May 20 wedding is being planned. Women's Bowling Association Winners Named Superior Women's Bowling Association has concluded its 1972 annual tournament. In team events, Superior Floral won with a score of 2,636, closely followed by SeeDer's 2,635. Superior Jewelers had a score of 2,615; Coast-to-Coast, 2,609; Toni's Queens, 2,584. Members of the Superior Floral team are Helen Fisher, Carol Fenimore, Ferne Butler, Katheryn Sander and Loretta Edwards. Sonja Keeling and Joyce Allgood had a score of 1,134; Loretta Edwards and Glenda Hostesses for the TOP 332 for Thayer, 1,131; Carol Fenimore the month of January were Mrs. and Mickey Ehiers, 1,108; and Wylie Blair and Mrs. Ralph Nelda Nelson and Mary Harig, Dye. Mrs. Dye hosted two 1,090, in the double events. meetings. One meeting was cancelled because of bad weather. The best loser for the month was Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. Auxiliary Past In the singles event Mickey Ehlers led with a 624 (573 scratch); Sonja Keeling,561; Margaret Pursell, 559; Orpha Fogo, 558; Loretta Edwards, 557; Glenda Thayer, 555; Margaret Wrench, 550; Lyda Bargen, 548; and Maureen Presidents Meet Clro ................ The past presidents of the Mickey Ehiers won the all- American Legion Auxiliary met events (which was scratch) at the home of Mrs. Emmett easily by a team score of 495, Sheets last Friday afternoon, doubles, 553; singles, 573; or a Mrs. Inn Lionberger was co- total of 1,621. Loretta Edwards hostess. Nine members were had a total of 1,487, Mary Harig present. 1,401. neckline forming an elegant College, Seward. Following value of these products in the Erickson, Mrs. Keith Lance, wedding ring collar and cuffed graduation in May, the couple family diet. Mrs. Dewane Houtwed, Mrs. Anna Renken, Mrs. Charlie the long-tapered sleeves. The will make their home in Mrs. Harry Sorensen Anderson and Mrs. Rudy t AT ten 1 , skirt was swept into a full Springfield, Ill., where the received the hostess gift. Mrs. Kriger. rr. D JL L circular watteau chapel train, bridegroom will continue his Earl Godseywon the door prize. O MIll  II Her trim-length veil was at- studies at Concordia Seminary. The members enjoyed Mrs. Edwards tached to a tiara accented with viewing Mrs. Roe's large Honored At s p,n to | a.m, - - pearls and aurore crystal Presbyterian collection of salt and pepper Surprise Party beads. She carried an arm Lad,es Meet shakers and the trophies and " Dance To The Music of bouquet of white roses, awards won by the Roe boys on Mrs. Kenneth Edwards was  . , . Attendants were Christy The First United their prize sheep, honored at a surprise birthday Nflllln" .00tnn00 Bauer and Jon Bauer of Presbyterian Association met Mrs. Roe served delicious party Sunday night at the home ,iw,...s v,.. at the church Wednesday with refreshments, of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Blair and _ __ _ Burr Oak Unit Miss Geraldine Kauffman The March 2 meeting will be Bradley. Guests were Mr. and " " r ' "I" "[ 1 Has Lesson On presiding at the meeting. She also gave the devotions, at the home of Mrs. Vilas Spohn Mrs. Jim Miller and sons, Mr. . Jr.. V V  J[  U Scandanavia The lesson, "What Are The and roll call will be "How to be a and Mrs Ed Rezabek and .  . .. MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Values Of A Changing World," good neighbor." The program, Betsy and Mr. ann . .u- "Your community is what you wards and Cara. i III II I I B,, Mrs. Arthur Aspegren was was presented by Mrs, O.F. make it." will be given by Mrs ..... hostess to the Town and Country Crispin. "' "$'e # q ' "1" _e ' .... unit members Tuesday af- The hostess chairman, Mrs. Bert Ackley. ternoon at her home. She was Hugh Morris, was assisted by kA/lt00 I h00rlnff assisted by Mrs. Dale Warner. Mrs. Nell Ross, Mrs. Bert Mrs. Hattie Deppe Roll call was answered by Ackley and Mrs. Willard Honored On 86th Sp..00 Th gi J 1 about one of the Scandanavian Birthday Saturday Countries. Mrs. Dorothy Platt Olive Hill Ladies CIl ve ewe ry, brought a copper bucket which Mrs. Kenneth Dohse and Mrs. was from Sweden. Twelve members and four guests, Mrs. Olive Miller, Mrs. Robert Korb, Mrs. Milton Lenz and Mrs. Ruth Wilson, were in attendance. The Unit voted to send Mrs, Warner to the Search and Ac- tion group discussion with Mrs. Nelson Harris, who is a com- mittee member. The Unit also voted to have a booth at the Flea Market at the Masonic building in Burr Oak on Feb, 12. This booth will consist of miscellaneous articles and later booths could be different things. Mrs. Bill Weber gave an article on "Your Heart and Exercise." Mrs. GeneJohnson, Mrs. Helen McNicho'ls and Mrs. Jessie Platt were appointed to update th . unit history Mrs. Bill Weber receive, the guess box also held the cky number for the cake walk.  Mrs. Arthur Aspegren gave most interesting lesson, Scandanavian Breads and Pastries." Mrs. Aspegren prepared several kinds of breads and pastries. She also had a Swedish centerpiece and candles on a bright blue tablecloth which was very colorful. Mrs. Warner poured, In Scandanavian countries several cups of coffee are en- joyed as the guests partake of each of the breads and pastries. The next meeting will be March 6 with Mrs. Bill Weber. Aid Meets Tuesday Bill McLaughlin were hostesses The Ladies Aid of the Olive for a birthday tea to honor Mrs. Hill Church met with Mrs. Hattie Deppe on her 86th birth- Gorman Foley Tuesday af- ternoon. Mrs. Foley gave the devotionals. The afternoon was spent quilting. Refreshments were served by the hostess. V-Club Ladies Meet Tuesday The V-Club ladies were en- tertained Tuesday evening at the Mrs. Glen Andreasen home. Mrs. Myron Intermill was co- hostess. The husbands met at the Raymond Leece home. day. Mrs., Verda McGinness accompanied Mrs. Dohse to te tea which was held at the honored persons home in Edgar. Other guests were from York, Fairfield, Grand Island and Edgar. The centerpiece for the serving table was a gift from guests. Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Berztn of York. Birthday cake, ice cream and assorted cookies with punch and coffee were served to the guests. Dance..... SAT., FEB. 12 Western Echoes 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. the calorie-free gift! k hit with your Valentine... especially ,if she's on a dietl STOP IN AND BROWSE AROUND! Eagles Club GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WF..LCOME uperior Jewelers Richard Hawkins, Owner 328 Central Ave. Superior, Nebraska Topic Was "Each One, Reach One' The Davenport St. Peter's Ladies Aid met last Thursday at 2 p.m. The topic, "Each One, Reach One," was led by Christian Growth Chairman, Mrs. Marvin Holtzen. Mrs. Don Heinrichs conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Hulda Jagels and Mrs. Meta Ficken were appointed as a committee to take care of flower boxes in the church entry and outside the church. Mrs. Carl Flagle and Mrs. Allen Boss were appointed as a committee to be in charge of the Klenli-Kit. Each lady is to make a kit to be brought to the April meeting. Mrs. Russell Schroeder was appointed to send Paper Peace corp material this year. Old Sunday School lessons and other church magazines are sent to the Paper Peace Corp. Mrs. Elliott Jagels and Mrs. Roger Schroeder served lunch. Mrs. Stansbury Hostess Thursday To Harrison Unit The Harrison Extension Homemakers Unit met at the home of Mrs. Dow Stansbury Thursda) afternoon. Six members answered roll call by giving a good grooming tip. Vice-president Mrs. William Andrews had charge of the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Ralph Dye. Reports were given by the various committees. The lesson, "The Nose Knows," which was on good grooming, was ably presented by Mrs. Andrews. The ad- vantage and disadvantages of different kinds of toilet articles were discussed. Plans were made to entertain the husbands with a dimmer at a care in Mankato Thursday evening, Feb. 10. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Webber W.S.C.S. Meets Wednesday The Webber Womens Society for Christian Service, which was to have been held last Wednesday, was postponed for one week because of weather conditions. The ladies met in the church parlors Wednesday with Mrs. Gone Purcell and Mrs. Harold Bothwell hostesses. Mrs. Ivan Warren was the Missionary leader. Pastors Plan Lenten Pulpit Exchange "Isaiah's Word for the general theme for a mid-week Lenten beginning Ash Wednesday, I 16, in Bethany and St. Lutheran Churches in Pastors John P. Chester, Edward J. Hiller, Martin H. Juengel, and John D. Kovac and G. Wessels, Deshler preach on texts chosen Prophecy of Isaiah in Deshler, Chester and area Lutheran Churches. schedule was prepared meeting held in 30. Isaiah's burden to Judea people and as a nation many parallels in the of our own time and deserves our attention Lent. This Lenten pulpit is also planned as a stration of the altar and fellowship bet congregations of the Lutheran Church and Lutheran Church-Mis Synod. Norman A. Otto Will Speak At Ruskin Monday i" Ai l son of Norman A. Otto,  (left) mmlstrative" " assistant '-were r" Gove,rnor Exon, will be !  tO(he speaker at the after dMlast F meeting of the Nuckolls C011 i Of 5u Teachers Association. I Ruskin faculty will host thet dinner meeting at the P'_ Community Center  L#U( Monday. President William Hardy social sciencq said the February always planned for the i of the school board Mr. Otto will speak on Changes." Board associated schools are forward reservations to B. Pointer of Ruskin. The Ruskin Band Mothers! catering the meal. New Members Mr. and Mrs. John L. membership in the Angus Association at Joseph, Mo., announces D. Miller, executive There were 350 issued to breeders of Aberdeen-Angus in the States during the past CANDLES RED FOIL HEARTS .......... $1.00 to $4.25 ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 1 lb. box $2.00 Deuel Rexall Pharmacy Superior, Nebraska