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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS The family of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild honored them at a dinner on their 60th wedding anniversary at the Community Hall in Mankato Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild and Marlin and Mr. and Mrs. Dale I~othchild and Mary, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild, Webber; Norman Rothchild and Tami, Littleton, Colo.; and Miss Naomi Both- child Pawnee City, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild and sons, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Rothchild and family, Webber; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rothcbild and Shannon, Smith Center; Doyle Rothchild and Mike Rothchild, Mankato; Jana Rothchild, Smith Center; Rennie Rothchild, Beloit; Jodee MarT, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliot, Republic; Mrs. Duane Rothchild, Englewood, Colo.; Wesley Stansbury, Hum- boldt,i Neb.; Mrs. Lulu Jacobs, Thursday, February 15, 1973 Lodge Secretary And Wife To Be Honored Sunday The Superior Masonic Blue Lodge will host an appreciation covered dish supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hayes at the Masonic Hall Sunday, Feb. 18, at 6 p.m. Hayes will be honored for serving as secretary of the lodge for the past 26 years and for continuous meritorious service to the lodge, according to Worshipful Master Tom Nuss. Masons and friends are welcome to attend. Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann Entertains Circle Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann was hostess to the Jewell Social Circle Thursday. A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed at noon by the members and two guests, Mrs. Harry Jensen and her granddaughter, Shelly Jensen, of Superior. Each member furnished her own handwork. the afternoon was spent visiting. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Helen Malsbury in Superior on March 8. Mrs. Vera Kaldahl Honored Tuesday Mrs. Vera Kaldahl of Ruskin observed her birthday Tuesday. The following ladies were her guests in the afternoon: Mrs. H. and Melodee, St. Louis Mo.; F.Renken, Mrs. H.F. Wagener, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson, Mrs. Earl Schaeffer, Mrs. F. G. Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. DowDillon, Mrs. Arthur Moran, Mrs. Cora Pedersen, Kathryn Jo Jenssen, Mrs. Ronald Lewis, Mrs. Addis Jensen and Mrs. Arnold McIntosh. Mrs. Kaldahl enjoyed a telephone call from the Donald Kaldahl family of Springfield, Ore., in the evening. Stansbury Burr Oak; and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sorrells, Phillipsburg, Kan. Afteroon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Evart Vader, Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Rothchild received telephone congratulation calls from their daughters, Mrs, John Godsey of Seattle and Mrs. Delbert Shearer of Portland, and their families. They also received flowers from Ronnie and Mary Rothchild, Mr. and Mrs. John Godsey and family, the children of Delbert Rothchild, and Sims Floral Shop of Belleville. There were seven guests present at the dinner who at- tended the wedding 60 years ago. The wedding cake was made by their granddaughter, Martha Elliot. Mrs. Dale Crispin Entertains Club The Valley View Club met Friday with Mrs. Dale Crispin. Mrs. O. F. Crispin was assiting hostess. Fourteen members were present. Roll call was answered by telling of their first date. Mrs. Keith McKeown presided at the business meeting. The meeting was opened by the members singing "America." Mrs. Frank Langer gave an interesting lesson on "How To 1 i " Comp a n. The next meeting will be in the Community Room of the Security National Bank on Feb. 23. Refreshments in the Valentine motif were served. Presbyterian Program Given By Mrs. Parker The Women's Association of the United Presbyterian Church met at the church Wednesday for a covered dish dinner. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Kubat, Mrs. Lee Sage, Miss Geraldine Kauffman and Mrs. Wayne Megrue. The valentine motif was carried out in the table decorations. Mrs. Jerry Parker and Miss Doris Hamilton of Aurora and Mrs. Leo Slayton were guests. Mrs. Ray Hunter played a piano number preceding the meeting. Miss Kauffman presided at the business meeting. Reports were given by the various committees. Mrs. Kenneth Teachworth founded her devotion on "Christian Love." Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz of Ruskin announce the engagement of their daughter, Ramona Kay, to Michael Charles Eickman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eickman of Hebron. Miss Schultz, a 1971 graduate of Ruskin High School, graduated in 1972 from Reece and Sybil School of Hairdressing, and is planning to open a beauty salon in Ruskin. Mr. Eickman, a 1970 graduate of Hebron High School, is employed at the Hebron Farmers Elevator. Mrs. Studier Mrs. Parker gave an in- spiring rendition of her Tells Of Trip To England The Superior Woman's Club met Tuesday, Feb. 6, in the Lady Vestey Room, Hotel Leslie. Mrs. Russell McCord, club president, presided. The pledge of allegiance and collect were led by Mrs. J. B. Wilton which was followed by group singing. Mrs, Willard Gordon was song leader and program "Bits and Pieces." It was a collection of thoughts from the past and the present year. She asked the ladies to explore their own feelings and how do we show we are a people of God? Business Women Meet Monday The Business and Mrs. Ray L. Hunter ac- Professional Women's Club met companist. Mrs. Hunter also Monday evening for a dinner presented the thought for the and business meeting at Hotel day. Leslie. Seventeen members and Mrs. Kenneth Studier a guest, Mrs. A. L. Roberts, presented the program on her were present. Mrs. Roberts family's recent trip to England. Debra Neilson, Ruskin Legion Auxi]iar'y Meets Tuesday Afternoon The American Legion Auxiliary Unit, No. 242, Ruskin, met at the home of Mrs. Eldred Hinz of near Oak Tuesday af- ternoon. Mrs. Hinz, Unit chaplain, gave devotions. President Mrs. Lavonn Petersen led in the flag salute and preamble and presided at the business meeting. The members voted to give $5 to Radio Free Europe. Twenty pairs of terry cloth bootees, made by Auxiliary members, were brought to be sent to the Veterans Hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Hinz served cherry dessert topped with ice cream. crackers and coffee. The March meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lyle Sorensen. Ruskin Students Na med Outstanding Teenagers, America Ruskin Public High School students have been selected as Outstanding Tee:lagers of America for 1973, according to Howard L. Brisby, principal. Selection for the Outstanding Teenagers awards program automatically qualifies these students for further state, regional and national honors and scholarships totaling $7,000. Nominees are Diane Schier- meyer, Stanley Kastrup, Julia Krogh, Brenda Schultz and Debbie Meyer. Nominated by their prin- cipals, the Outstanding Teenagers of America are chosen from individual schools across the country for ex- cellence in academic achievement and community service. The local students will now vie for the Outstanding Teenager of the Year Trophy to be presented by the state's governor. Similar trophies will be presented to the winners in other states. The state winners are selected by the Outstanding Teenager Awards Selection Committee, in cooperation with the Board of Advisors. The 51 state winners will be eligible for awards totaling $7,000. One boy and one girl will be chosen for national scholarships of $1,000 each to be used at the college or university of their choice. Ten regional winners will also be selected from the remaining state winners to receive $,500 regional Pink, Blue Shower For Mrs. Andersen Mrs. Sam Baird and Mrs. Montrose; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Larry McCord entertained at a .......... Havel, Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. pink and blue shower, given in honor of Mrs. Mike Andersen, at May Wedding For Edd Stanshury Formoso; Mr. and Mrs. Alva Teagarden, Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Stansbury Formoso; Mrs. Marie Van Meter, Mankato; Mrs. llene Thomson Webber Women's Society Meets Miss Jensen James Val To Wed In The Women's Society of the Webber United Methodist Church met last Wednesday in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. Loren Silsby and Mrs. Cbarlie Russell were hostesses. Mrs. Harold Both- well led the missionary lesson. Mr. and Mrs. of Concordia, Kan., the engagement daughter, Peggy, to Vailiant, son of Mr. Bill Leonhart of The bride-elect, a Concordia High Cloud County Junior College, Mr. Valliant was from Downs High served in the U. S. also is a student at Community College. The couple will 10, at the Wesleyan Concordia. Davenp2rt Entertain The Davenport entertained their smorgasbord Belvidere Thursday One hundred eight attendance. Guests Jennings, Carl Norris Shardt and Entertainment evening was a selections by the Lions quartet, Lion LeRoy Becwar How He Performed Tricks," bingo with a t prizes and dancing. were awarded. joined the club. Mrs. John Long announced In observance of In- that the art display on March 6 George R. FonD scholarships. ternational Business Women's would be open to the public until Are Engaged Week, each member answered 9p.m. School and club members Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Neilson Coffee Monday Thursday, roll call by reading a newspaper may participate. Art display of Mal~ka,t~, annognc...t.he For Mrs. Gunn.... The Superior ~elipplng on the "EducatiOn of :,winners from the MhrCh 6,engagement of th~ir,da~hter, scripfi0n ~-afe~ Women Around The World." A showing may compete March 24 Debra Ann,~to George Robert Mrs. Darrell Birrell, candlelight ceremony and at Grand Island. Fogo, sonofMrs. OrphaFogoof Charles Gunn and Mrs. ~sl~ in advance in N $$.00 a year elsewhere States, Ten cents per Honored By Mrs. Hans honored Wednesday I following choir Salem Lutheran birthday was was furnished by Gebers and members. was honored at a birthday dinner family reunion at the Evangelical United Brethern Church basement Sunday, Jan. 28. Those present were Miss Lela Lamb, Mankato; George Lamb, Cawker City; Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lamb, Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and family, Hebron; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rutter entertained the Wayne Brockleman and family, Specia I Matinee Salem Luther League at his Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Leland All Seats 75c home Sunday evening. Greiving and family, Chapman, Devotions were led by LisaNeb.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feistner and the activity was K orb and Mrs. Olive Miller, ~ ;_~!t planned by Steve GrummertBurr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn| and Brian Renz. Refreshments Pierson and family, Beloit; and were served by Mark Kott- Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Boyles meyer and David Gebers. and family, Mankato. ,tg ~!!i! ---- ................. ew k: _ eral0r Sun. Tue__ " - A N[W Mrs. Donna COMPANY, 60 $ [\ 0TT Oldha,. J ^ ,.';,,o-=','::""'" Has Joined Our Staff " "It N Three to Serve You CO1 Col~' by Tcknicol~" A *Terri Berney * Donna Oldham An Unusua ry of * Pat Schuster Life In The Early West "Thorough ly E nterta ining"-- I Open Every Day Except Monday I Family 8 to 5:30 p.m. Ii "Real and Convincing"--N. Y. Phone 879-341 1 .__J You'll Think So Too. d's Pdde Beauty Sh0p [.,o--and $.OWsuNDAySATURDAyTIM", 2..DO- Pat Schuster, Owner SUNDAY liVENING .... -8..'00 113 West Third Superior, Neb. wtcK NtGHTS ...... :... 7:30 Thru Saturday ACTION DOUBLE FEATURE GEORGE HAMILTON SUE Uml. U TOPS 332 Members Flamig. Mr. Flamig is the son of Mrs. Inez Flamig of Haigler, Lose 22V2 Pounds Neb. Future Business Miss Overturf is a junior at During Month the University of Nebraska Leaders Observe TOPS 332 held three meetings where she is a textiles and F a LA Week at the home of Mrs. Chrissie clothing major. She is a Ahrens during the month of member of Alpha Lambda "Reach Out and Corn- January. Mrs. Clare Schuster Delta, Omicron NU AND Pbi municate--Join FBLA!" won the prize for three con- Upsilon Omicron honoraries, proclaims a sign at Superior secutive weeks of weight loss. Mr. Flamig is a graduate with High School marking Feb. t1-17 High loser for the month was distinction from the University as National Future Business Lucas Woman Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh. There of Nebraska where he is Leaders of America (FBLA) , was a combined weight loss of currently a graduate teaching Week. Addresses Club 221~ pounds during the month, assistant in the Department of Several activities have been At Burr Oak Mrs. Hudiburgh was presented Chemistry. He is a member of held to commemorate the the Inspiration Angel to keep for Phi Lambda Upsilonspecial week. Wednesday the Mrs. D. E. Palmer of Lucas a month, for being the high professional honorary, office education class and the was the guest speaker at aloser. A May 19 wedding is beingFBLAclub members visited the luncheon at the United A new contest was started, planned. Lincoln Telephone and Methodist Church on Feb. 8. Tokens are to be given for loss Telegraph Company. Company Excelsior Study Club was the of weight and attendance at the secretaries, Mrs. Irene Oltman hostess club. Golden Rule Club meetings. White Elephant gifts Davenport Ladies and Mrs. Arnold Smith, were and Country Club members were donated by tbe members. Aid Meets Thursday presented a potted plant for were guests. Tables were These gifts may be purchased Valentine's day. A plant was decorated in a Valentine theme with the tokens. The contest Tbe Lutheran St. Peter's also given to Mrs, Francis by Mrs. Delmar Boyles, Mrs. will end March 21. Ladies Aid of Davenport met Krotzinger and Mrs. Don George Cosand and Mrs. Ernest Plans were also made for a last Thursday in Parish Hall. Peterson, secretariesat Plait. Valentine LOCal luncheon on Twenty-three members wereSuperior High School. After the luncheon, Mrs. Feb. 14 to be held at the home of present. Palmer addressed the group on Mrs. Ahrens. The luncheon is to The meeting opened with the A bulletin ~ard and banners the subject of "Light Your Day be given by the losers of recent singing of a hymn. Mrs. Don decorated the hall of the school With Crafts." She based her contests. Vorce, Christian growth and posters were placed in talk on the club collect, showing chairman, read scripture from downtown business firms. how women can "be large in First Corinthians, Chapter 13, A skit will be given at the pep thought," "take time, for all Honored At Shower followed with prayer, rally Friday to climax the final things," "growcalm, putinto Saturday Evening A skit, entitled "A Different activities of FBLA week. Kind of Valentines," was Mrs. Leo, Clabaugh is the action our better impulses" and Mrs. Lawrence Pe~0n and presented by Mrs. Vorce, Mrs. organization s sponsor. other pleas from the prayer, all through crafts. She showed PatriciaNewellentertainedata Robert Henkle, Mrs. Don pictures from many recent shower, given in honor of Heinrichs, Mrs. Allen Boss magazine articles related to art Angela Kimminau, adoptedand Mrs. Elliott Jagels. The skit Drug Meeting daughter of Mr. and Mrs.was based on John 13, verse 34, At Republic and craft work. Mrs. Palmer is Kenneth Kimminau of Lincoln A New Commandment I Give the Sixth District Fine Arts at the Persson home Saturday You, Love One Another, As I A special program, "The chairman for K.F.W.C. She evening. Angela is now three Have Loved You So You Must Drug Dilemnna" will be announced that the district fine and one-half weeks old. The Love One Another." presented by Kansas State arts meeting would be Feb. 17 in evening was spent playingMrs. Heinrichs was in charge University faculty Monday at 7 Wakeeney. Present for the occasion were games after which Mrs. of the business meeting. Copies p.m. in the Republic High Kimminau opened the gifts, of the new constitution were School gym. Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Guy Oliver, Refreshments were served,given to the members. New Dale Apel and Marjorie Area Mrs. Lawrence Read, Mrs. O. H. Wilson, Mrs. Mamie MuUin, Twelve guests were present, projects of the year were of the K-State extension service discussed. It was voted to have staff will present a three- Mrs. George Cosand, Mrs. Mrs. WuJf Hostess a sample plate of the church dimensional film. A panel Clark Calahan, Mrs. Lottie Myers, Mrs. Bill Kiehl, Mrs. Know Thy Neighbors ' made. The meeting closed with moderated by Apel will discuss .~rnest Platt, Mrs. H.A. the Lord's Prayer. the drug situation in the Decker, Mrs. Delmar Boyles,The Know Thy Neighbor Club Lunch was served by Mrs. Republic area Members of the Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Mrs. met Wednesday at the home of John DaM, Mrs. Ervin Ficken panel will be Republic County Nettle Johnson, Mrs. FloydMrs. Lovel Wulf. Twelve and Mrs. Meta Ficken. Sheriff Bob Blecka, Rev. Jon McElroy, Mrs. Ulric Mohler, members answered roll call Damascus and Dr. James A. Mrs. Vera McDonnel, Mrs. Lee with "What I Would Like to do Highland Club Ward of Belleville and Supt. Smullins, Mrs. Jessie Knight, Most This Summer." Meets Wednesday Virgel E. Skipton and Asst. Mrs. Jesse Platt, Mrs. Everett After the meeting the ladies Sup{. Pay Salmon of Unified Terrill, Mrs. James Me- made valentines and played a The Highland Club met last School District 427. Cormicb, Mrs. J. E. McCorkle, game. A white elephant ex- Wednesday with Mrs. Fern The program which is open to Mrs. Emmett Lewis, Mrs. change was enjoyed. Cassell. Sixteen members and everyone was obtained by the Lettie Korb, Mrs. Olive Miller, Lunch was served, using the two visitors were present. Mrs. Republic County extension Mrs. Goldie Jolmson, Mrs. valentine theme. Guy Bruce led devotions. Roll office and is sponsored by the David Demaray, Mrs. Art The next meeting will be at call was answered by naming RepubLic Schools Parent- Aspegren and Shannon Kiehl. the home of Mrs. Richard Wuif. "An Unforgettable Character." Teachers Organization. Miss Lela Lamb, Mankato, League Meets At Mark Rutter Home welcomed as a new member. She formerly was a member of the club. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, after which a social hour was enjoyed. The March meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Richard Winebar with Mrs. Louise Winebar assisting hostess. Lamb Reunion the Baird home Friday. Twelve Pamela Overturf program on international aft- Mankato and the late Deane Gunn honored Mrs. RalphGunn Second class postage fairs were presented by Mrs. at a coffee at the cafe in iSuperior, Nebraska. guests were present for a And Duane Flamig FonD. luncheon served at 1 o'clock. Maxwell, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ebsen Hostess Miss Neflson is presently a Republic Monday afternoon. It ~weekly by the Sul: ;riol Following a social afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Over- Mrs. Charles Bagley, MissTO DES Kensington senior at Mankato High School. was her75th birthday. Eighteen Company, Inc., at 145 the honoree opened her gifts turf of Oak announce the Margene Shuck and Mrs. street, superior, and the hostesses served engagement and approaching Wortman. The DES Kensington met atMr. FonD is a graduate of Burr friends attended. dessert, marriage of their daughter The next meeting will be Feb. the home of Mrs. Irvin Ebsen Oak High School and attended Pamela Lynn, to Duane Paul 26 with Mrs. Henry Wayman as last Friday. Mrs. Merle Hayes Sterling College, Sterling, Kan. chairman, was assisting hostess. Fourteen He is currently employed at members answered roll call. Loomis Building and Electric at Mrs. Mac Meyer was Mankato.