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Thursday, February 24, 2011 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Eggers, Hanel exchange wedding vows at Ruskin Bethany Lutheran Church, Ruskin, was the setting for the Aug. 14 wed- ding of Angle Eggers and Brock Hanel. Parents are Mark and Linda Eggers, Ruskin, Lannie Hanel. Courtland, and the late Saundra Sue Hanel. Pastor Evelyn Phillips presided over the wed- ding ceremony. Angle was escorted by her father. Lesha Koch, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Sydney Mroczek, served as maid of honor with brides- maids Desiree Swafford, Rebecca Hinz and Stephanie Hensel. Megan Schardt served as personal attendant. Lance Hedstrom served as best man. Groomsmen were Clay Wallin, Jason Swafford, Wes Clark and Thayne Clark. Flower girl was Merrin Frost, niece of the bridegroom with the ring bearer Carter McCauley, nephew of the bride- groom. Candlelights were Zoee Young, cousin for the bride and Macey Frost, niece of the bridegroom. Ushers were Jeff Koch, brother-in- law of the bride, Nathan Eggers, cousin of the bride, Shawn Peterson and Landen Cleveland. Nicole Eggers, cousin of the bride, served as reader of the lessons during the ceremony. Vocalist was Drew Sothers with Dorcas Judy as the organ- ist, Kendra Else and Jenny Simpson coordinated the scrapbook memories at the church and winery. Guest book attendances were Amanda Foreman and Stephanie Young, both cousins of the bride. Handing out bubbles were MaKenna McGee, James and Jeremy Foreman, cousins of the bride. Host couples included Dan and Cathy Parker, uncle and aunt of the bride, Vic and Diana Kranau, uncle and aunt of the bride, Ron and Cheryl Denk, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom. A reception followed at the Supe- rior Estates Winery in Superior. Serv- ing at the cake table were Mary Utter, Barb Woemer, both aunts of the bride, and Kelly McCauley and Kasey Frost, both sisters of the bridegroom. Hardy WCU boxes 127 pairs of shoes Eight members of the Women's Christian Union of the Hardy Union Church met in the fellowship hall for a regular meeting at 2 p.m. Thursday. Pattie Edwards, president, opened the meeting. Oleta Hobson, first vice president, told about the annual spring breakfast to be held at 9 a.m. March 17. Evelyn Jackson will present the program, Elsie Tallent will give devotions and JeAnne Edwards, Mary Dahl and Pattie Edwards will be hostesses. JeAnne Edwards, secretary, pro- vided information summarizing the year 2010. Elsie Tallent had perfect attendance and Loetta Pedersen missed onemeetiag, Deceased members were GeorgiaWebber and Florence Bargen. Average attendance With guests was 10 members per meeting. There were 12 active members, 14 social mem- bers, and five honorary members for a total of 31 members. Mary Dahl, second vice president, reported on the lunch served by the WCU following the Florence Bargen funeral. Get well cards were signed for Deioris and Cells Campbell, Vivian Hansen and Dale Tallent. A card ex- tending congratulations to Marj and Rocky Renz was signed by the group. Mary Dahl was thanked for making the WCU yearbooks for 2011. Pattie Edwards gave the devotions. The group sang "Trust and Assurance" which was the theme of her devotions. JeAnne Edwards accompanied. Elsie Tallent, program chairman, shared e-mails she had received from Soles 4 Souls that told about the group' s work and where shoes are sent. One- hundred-twenty-seven pairs of shoes were boxed by the WCU members. Loetta Pedersen was hostess for lunch. She served an ice cream dessert, nuts and candy. The table was deco- rated with a Danish theme. HOURS: Wednesday and Friday - 1: 30-5: 30p. m. :., [ Thursday, 3-7 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central Superior, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Hanel The couple honeymooned in Ja- maica and now reside in Courtland. Brock is employed with Hanel Veteri- nary Clinic and Angle is a nurse at Republic County Hospital Grandparents of the couple are Alice Eggers and the late Walter J. Eggers, Bill Dixon and the late Katherine Dixon. Hardy American Legion Auxiliary meets at fire hall The Hardy American Legion Aux- iliary met at the Hardy Fire Hall, Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m. Because of inclement weather the regular meeting was post- poned from Feb. 8. President Ruby Olsen conducted the opening formali- ties. There were four members present. A motion was made seconded and carded to send $25 for the coffee hour assignment to the Grand Island Veteran's Medical Center. The County Legion and Legion Auxiliary Convention will be held Sunday at the Superior Legion Build- ing. Correspondence and filling out the questionnaires for the American Le- gion Auxiliary,District 10 89th Annual Convention was completed. This con- vention will be held April 9 at Wilcox. It was also noted three auxiliary members who had died in the past year, Arlyne Gunn. Jan. 7, Loriene Eitzmann, April 7, and Glenda Holmberg, April 6, and Legion mem- ber Jesse Jensen. The Dist. 10 Valentine's Day party was canceled because of illness. The meeting closed with the prayer for peace by Bonnie Pedersen. Ruby Olsen gave the program on the history of the United States flag and the pledge to our flag. Ruby Olsen served as hostess. II School Menus Feb. 28 through March 4 Superior Elementary Lunch Monday: Nachos with meat sauce, green beans, pineapple, butterscotch brownie. Tuesday: Chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, applesauce, rolls. Wednesday: Stromboli, tater tots. peaches, ice cream. Thursday: No school. Friday: No school. Superior High School Lunch Monday: Nachos with meat sauce or hamburger, green beans, butter- scotch brownie. Tuesday: Chicken and noodles or beef and noodles, mashed potatoes. rolls. Wednesday: Stromboti or barbe- cue pork with bun. tater tots. ice cream. Thursday: No school. Friday: No school. Thank You A sincere ThankYou goes utto all relatives and friends for the prayers and thoughts during Jan's illness and passing. All of your help, memorials, flowers and visits were greatly appreciated. Also Teresa, Karla and employees of Brodstone Memorial Hospital during her stay. The families of Bob and Jan Zeigler 00orrection The telephone number for Good Samaritan Society- Superior in the white pages of the Windstream telephone directory is listed incorrectly. The correct telephone number is: (402) 879-4791. od ;a.mantan Cl cry SUPERIOR Calendar of Events Tuesday, March 1 Four Seasons Tree Association will Krotzinge00 Grove marry at St. Joseph's Catholic 4-H News meet at the Superior Library at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 3 The Republican Valley Bird Watch- ers will meet at the Superior Library at 7p.m. I You're Invited Wild Game Feed Byron Volunteer Fire Department Wild Game Feed and Gun drawing will be held Saturday, Feb. 26, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (gun drawing at 7 p.m.) at Byron School. Serving elk, deer, fish, goose, rabbit and much more. All pro- ceeds will go toward new equipment. 7-2c 80th Birthday A card shower is requested for Gloria Breault on her 80th birthday, March 7. Cards may be sent to her at: 1137 S. Hastings, Hastings, Neb. 68901. 8-2c Mr. and Mrs. Grove Kayla Rae Krotzinger and Kyle Christian Grove were married Nov. 5 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Su- perior with the Rev. Brad Zitek offici, ating. Parents of the couple are Kyle and Diane Krotzinger and Kirk and Judy Grove, all of Superior. Grandparents are Mildred Lemke of Hastings, Francis Superior UMW met Wednesday evening Superior United Methodist Women met at 7 p.m. last Wednesday in the educational wing of the church with l 3 members present. Sue Rose, president, opened the meeting. Afte a prayer by Pastor Jocelyn Tupper devotions were led by Joline Allington. Minutes were read by Margaret Breen, secretary Sue Rose read the treasurer's report in the absence of Beverly Beavers. Elaine Guilkey provided informa- tion on the reading program, followed by a discussion on special missions and dedicated lites: Pledge service was conducted by Susan Bedf&d. Lunch was served by Margaret Breen. Next meeting will be at 1:30 March 16 in the church basement. LWML will host spring workshop Lutheran Women's Missionary League met last Wednesday at Cen- tennial Church, Superior. Pastor Brian Earl opened the meeting with prayer. Carolyn Meyer led the topic entitled "Simply Jesus" taken, from the quar- terly. She also conducted the business meeting. Seven members answered roll call by bringing stick deodorant for the health kits and wearing something red, Cathy Ahrens gave the secretary's report. Elaine Madsen gave the ,treasurer's report,, Cathy Ahrens read Pointto Ponder befOr the Mites for Missions offering. Centennial will laost the spring workshop March 20. There was mending yesterday (Wednesday) and games today (Thurs- day) at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Elaine Madsen was meeting host- ess. The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. March 9. Republic United Methodist Women receives 5-star award Eight members of the Republic United Methodist Women gathered on a stormy day at 1 p.m. Feb. 8 in fellow- ship hall with Betty Bouray presiding. Greetings of welcome preceded se- lections for prayer considerations from the prayer calendar. The purpose was recited in unison. Roll call was re- sponded to with a Valentine exchange. Virginia Petersen gave devotions taken from "Our Daily Bread." Ro- mans 12:15 was selected scripture re- minded to rejoice with those who re- joice and weep with those who weep. A hand out detailing the unit's re- ceipts and expenditures for the year was given each member by Judy Erkenbrack, treasurer. Republic was acknowledged as a 5-Star Unit by the Salina District. A workshop for trea- surers was Sunday in Delphos. Fawna Barrett, shepherdess, Randall, will be the guest speaker May 10. A plant exchange is roll call. Mission minutes by Betty Bouray highlighted 100 years of mission sto- ries from Response and World Out- look magazmes. "A Call to Prayer and Self- Denial...Give a Gift of Love" was the program topic given by Mary Agnes Johnson. A poster flanked by candles provided the focal point. The purpose- ful lives of serwce given by our (U.M.W.) predecessors..deaconesses and missionaries, were examined for their work with women, youth and children. Their motto, "Serving Oth- ers-Serving Still." The United Meth- odist Women has supported their projects and work for 140 years. A litany preceded a circle of individual prayers. The gift-of-love offering was designated for their retirement. A prayer for unity concluded the pro- gram. Refreshments of cherry cheesecake and snacks were, served by Bonnie EUiott and Marge Seybold, co-hotess, from a table featuring a Valentine No/if. Chocolate hearts graced each place setting. Pastor Roger Walls joined for fellowship time. A candy quiz, "Sweet Sixteen" concluded the afternoon. Thank You ]1 I would like to thank my family and all those & who helped me celebrate my 90tla birthday and |l all who sent me cards., r Soren Thomsen |1 lb' - .L A,_ |It -- - ":Jr -- - -pr-- -- -- i i i ii Learn to Crochet! Wednesday, Feb. 23 * 6 to 8 p.m. ., Learn to Knit. Friday, March 4 1 to 3 p.m. /' & Tuesday, March 8 * 6 fo 8 p.m. Scrapbooking! Wednesday, March 2 6 to 9 p.m. Shop Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 12 to 7 p.m. Kitty Rose 302 N. Commercial Ave. Superior, Neb. and Dee Krotzinger and Dr. Dale and Margaret Kinyoun, all of Superior: The bride Was given in marriage by her father. Her bridal bouquet and flo- ral arrangements were designed by the bride's grandmother, Dee Krotzinger. Maid of honor was her sister, Keshia Krotzinger. Bridesmaids were Kathleen Sweet and Mary Garrett. Jun- ior bridesmaid was Madison Blackstone. Flower girls were Sharya Maestas and Raya Reichenberg, cous- ins of the bride. Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Brady Grove. Groomsmen were Troy Law and David Branch. Junior groomsman was Conner Blackstone. Ushers were Eric Krotzinger, brother of bride, Jerad Hesla, Mike Nelson and John Placzek. Reader was Carrie Strovers, cousin of bridegroom. Greeters were Jessica Kinyoun and Jaimie Vale, cousins of the bridegroom. Personal attendants were Kayla Porter, fiancee of Webber Wide-Awake 4-H Club The Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club inducted a new member, Brent Kussman, at the Feb. 6 meeting. Fif- teen regular members, two leaders and eight guests witnessed the induction ceremony. Kendra Tietjen gave a project talk on crochet hooks and yam. She showed the members how to make a crochet loop. Trent Mitchell presented a dem- onstration talk on how to wre a car radio. Tyler Marr reported on calf vaccinations and syringe cleaning. There was a dance performance by Lacey and Jenna Langer, River Pavusa, Elizabeth Quackenbush and Jillian Worm. The group prepared the dance for District 4-H Day that was held in Beloit on Saturday. Lisa Boyles, leader, presented in- formation about the responsibilities the club has for Family Fun Night to be held in March. The subject will be discussed again at the March meeting. bridegroom's brother, and Shauna Healey, cousin of the bride. Organist Tyler Marr's family provided re- was Jacki Porter, lvanMillerandAmie freshment after Haley Kussman pre- Miller were vocalists singing "The sented a "quarter relay" as the recre- ation activity. In the quarter relay, participants had to carry a quarter be- tween their knees across the room and drop the quarter into a cup. The next meeting is scheduled for March 6 when the club will celebrate parents' night. How much pain have cost us the evils which have never happened. Gift." Dave and Barb Healey and Jeff and Marsha Kinyoun, aunts and uncles of the couple, hosted the reception and dance held at the Superior Estates Win- ery. The bride is employed at Benefit Plans Inc., and the bridegroom is em- ployed a'bPPPPriority Technology Inc. After a honeyinoon in Jamaica, they now reside in Omaha. I Interested in becoming an EMT? There will be an upcoming EMT class March 17 th - August 15 t" Classes will be held two days a week with an occasional Saturday also ervices Registration meeting will be held rd Thursday, March 3,2011, at 7 p.m. 510 E. North St., Mankato, Kansas (Jewetl County EMS office) If interested, please attend the meeting or contact Jan with any questions at 402-879-4713 or Carrie at 402-879-4407. Registration deadline is March 3 ra. New Superior book Those 'interested in collecting Su- perior history now have another book they made add to their collections. Barry Freeman, brother of Perry Freeman, the local chief of police, has recently introduced the first of what he hopes will be a series of small town picture books. And for his initial effort he selected a town he has grown ac- quainted with while visiting his brother, mother and step-father, all of whom are residents of Superior. The book is a collection of more than 70 black and white photos taken by the author. Barry said he has been regularly visiting Superior for more than 20 years. In the intital visits, the primary activity was pheasant hunting. More recently, his interest has been focused on pho- tography as he developed a passion for taking pictures of small towns, farms and abandoned houses. He said Supe- rior is filled with character and cited the hugh trees, interesting building and Victorian-style homes. When com- pared to this country's larger cities, he said small towns were generally pre- serving their character, while in the bigger places, buildings with character were being removed to make way for the construction of new boxy-sty!e structure. Now that the Superior book is fin- ished, Barry is focusing his effort on Colby, the second town in the planned series. The books are available direct from the author. Each will be signed and numbered. An advertisement with ordering information appears in this issue of The Express. On behalf the Superior Masonic Lodge No. 121, George Piper (second from left) presents a recognition for Pamida's donations to the Masonic CHIP (Child Identification Program) to Larry Lunzer, manager. Standing by are Mike Dunn (left) and Mason Ely, right. First in Nebraska to Offer : Intra-Oral Cameras Dental Lasers Cavity Detection Lasers Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation CALL 402-225-2828 L. m Robert Wilson, DDS, FAAHD,FICD Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cosmetic. Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Invisalign Premier Provider HOspital Dentistry COMFORTCONSCIOIfS DENTISTRY STATE OF THE ART CLINIC On Facebook.eom Nelson Dental Clinic 270 South Main Nelson, NE Appointments are available Monday through Friday r'll':' OF COSIfTI( I):ftY:,l 1;:' Bro00istone Memorial Hospital 51.ialtylini Diagnostic 5ervis 5cheaule 520E. 10th . P.O. Box 187 , Superior, Neb. 68978 . 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