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Thursday, March 19, 1992 THE SUPRIOR EXPRESS 3A i I L in es Weddings Monday, March 23 The Thayer County &apos;  Genealogical Society will meet at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Virginia Ramsbottom, Hebron. 00You 're Invited 80th Birthday Friends and relatives of Evelyn Hamel are invited to an 80th birthday open house in her honor Sunday, March 29, 2:30- 4:30 p.m., at the Guide Rock Legion Hall, Guide Rock. No gifts please, lc church scene of Hasemeyers honored at birthday party Rosemary and Rosemarie Hasemeyer were honored at a birthday party at the home of Della Roe Friday. Guests were Bethany Roe and Sasha, Mankato, Rebecca Ost and Heather, Mankato, Sherry Koster and Sierra, Jewell, Lacey Ward, Superior, and Travis Rogers, Superior. Nora Club meets at Lanham home The Nora Club met last Wednesday in the home of Ellen Lanham. Eight members an- swered roll call with favorite birds. Helen Gebers and Melba Lynch were in charge of the program. The guest speaker was Pastor Richard Buchholz, *Eng. !00tements Centennial LWML meets Wednesday Vicki Bamard was the devo- tional leader for the Centennial Lutheran Church LWML meeting last Wednesday. Mrs. Bamard's topic was the same as the opening hymn, "Jesus Christ, My Sure Defense." Twenty members answered roll call by completing the sentence, "Happiness is...." Plans were made for the zone spring workshop which will be hosted by Centennial. Esther Wilton led the mite box devotions and the hymn, "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations" was sung. The program, "Do You Still Owe Me?" was led by Mrs. Bar- nard, Mrs. Wilton, Lori Schardt and Avis Bostelman in conjunc- tion with the hymn, "Jesus, I Love Thee." Following the program a St. Patricks Day game was played. Hostesses for the meeting were Diane Delka and Sharith Owcn. Cooking with fiber lesson of Home Engineers Club Lucille Gerdes hosted the Home Engineers Extension Club Tuesday, March 3, with 13 members present. Mrs. Gerdes and Ann Hinds presented the lesson on cooking with oats and other fibers and prepared several recipes using good sources of fiber. The group discussed an April tour to Red Cloud, pertaining to the May lesson, Nebraska Novelists as historican, with Margaret Jones, Risewick recite Karnatzas leader. dem Lutheran Church, was the setting of Wade Towne Friday, Feb. wore an original brocaded sweetheart fitted V-point front and featured long V-point sleeves the shoulder with POUfs. attendants in- Corbett, matron of ennings, Linda Towne and attendants Jennings, best Towne, Wayne Towne and Jeff party mem- Meisha Hut- Mallory Corbett, Eric Ryan, r, Wendy Keim and Thornton, can- Brian Stewart and ushers, Paul Ruth Watts and soloists, noell, lector, Sonia Ronda Vork, Don ancl Bret and Jamie and Judy Schall, hostesses, Ann attendant, and Brandi hie attendants. dding Bethany Lutheran Church-, we Ruskin. He spoke on his hobby, bells, and showed part of his VOWS at Norton chm',h Pastors officiating were Kenneth Fairbrother and Steve Tjarks. Parents of the bride are Paul and Dee Ann Hutchinson, Webber, and Danny and Frieda Ryan, Ontario, Ore. Grana- varents of the bride are Dorothy Hutchimon, Oak, and Max and Maxine Seaweard, Vale, Ore., the late Paul and Grace Ryan and the late Harold and Wanda Knoell. Parents of the bridegroom are Floyd and Sandra Towne, Nelson. Grandparents of the bridegroom are the late Everett and Pauline Stewart. After a honeymoon cruise to the Mexican Riviera the couple is now residing in Auburn where Towne is employed at the Cooper Nuclear Station, Brownville. Danish Brotherhood Lodge plays cards at Ruskin Party Room Danish Brotherhood Lodge No. 161 met Saturday evening at the Ruskin Party Room. Following the business meeting, cards were played. Cooperative refreshments were served. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. AI Jorgeusen and Edith Meyer. The next meeting will he April 16with a hamburger fry at 6:30 p.m. Ann00rsary Sale collection. Mrs. Lynch received the dime drill gift. Virginia Lewis and Edna Epley received birthday gifts from their mystery sisters. Lunch was served by the hostess. 'Americanism' Hardy A,,ltAry program Tuesday The Hardy American Legion Auxiliary met last Tuesday at the home of Bonnie Pedersen. Thank-yous were read for pies donated to the Grand Island Veterans Center in February. Bernice Hansen, Alvina Newell and Mildred Jensen attended the District 10 meeting in Lawrence Feb. 29. A report was given. Mrs. Jensen gave a program on Americanism. The group voted to send $5 to the Spirit of Youth Foundation. The April 14 meeting will be at the Hardy fireball. The group will prepare Easter baskets for the Easter egg hunt. Lunch was served by the hostess. Dawn Marie Jones and Richard Floyd Risewick were united in marriage Feb. 15. The 4 p.m., ceremony was at the Norton Christian Church with Brian Pippitt, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Francis and Alice Jones, Norton, Kan. Parents of the bridegroom are John and Kay Risewick, Superior. Vearl Sparkman, Norcatur, Kan., is the grandmother of the bride. Grandparents of the bridegroom are Nellie and Floyd Risewick, Superior, and Dale and Bernice Stratman, Fairfield. Mary Jo and Deb Horesky, aunt and cousin of the bride, served at the guest book. Amanda Hawks was the flower girl. Silas Pippitt, nephew of the bridegroom, served as ring bearer. The servers were Daphne Pippitt, Stephne Bowen and Nellie Risewick, all sisters of the bridegoom. Janeen Hasselquist provided the music for the ceremony. Vocalist was Kayla Doering. GiR table attendants were Carol Horting and Amy Brooks. A reception in the fellowship hall and dance at Norton Eagles Auxiliary followed the ceremony. Michele Jones, sister of the The bride is a graduate of bride, served as maid of honor. Norton Community High School Nancy Bolden, was a and Northwest Kansas bridesmaid. Vocational Technical School. The best man was Bill The bridogronm is a graduate of Steinmetz and groomsman was Superior High School and is Jim Jackson. currently managing Kellings Ushers were Billy Jones, Fine Foods in Oberlin, Kan. brother of the bride, and Erie After a honeymoon to Puerto Bowen, brother-in-law of the Vallarta, Mexico, the couple is bridegroom, at home in Oberlin Drapery ,Worry-Free Carpet paper Sale-30% Off Lynn's Music Home Decorating Center ptral, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3029 tappy 25th Anniversary The Avril meeting will be at the home of Dixie Heinrichs. fitting beef in a balanced diet as the lesson. Claire Jean Kohn hosts H. C. Club The H. C. Club met with Claire Jean Kohn March 4. Seven members answered roll call with what they planned to plant in their garden this summer. Guess what boxes were won by Thelma Koester and Wanda Langer. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Koester. The hostesses served lunch. Seniors . Family Weddings Memories for now... and years from now Call for appointment consultation Gladys Tiotjon Phone Route 1 Bpx 90 402.236-872g Chester, Neb. 68327 (Byron) 00ewe#gounty Play00re Pr00ent rder In The Wings!.. _ by Pat ( )o DINNER THEATRE "m,,...aturday, March 28 Man::::' 6 P.m. -- $6 Per Person" -',,L v. High School Commons, Mankato.Kan. [l=n r Menu: Chicken a la Thespis, ' rotate, Green Beans, Pear Salad, Cheesecake, Coffee or Tea 'atre, 7:30 p,m.  $3 Per Person** High School Little Theatre, Man.to, ,<an. Una.., .. MATINEE , "'y, March 29  2:30 .m. a'ato High SChool Little Theatre, Mango, Karl. $3 Per Person** From: Dale Park 913-378-3567; Unda Crangle 913-378-3923; Richard ;Brooke State Bank, Jewell; Esbon State Mankato; Jamestown Mankato and Formoso; in advance by March 25. will also be sold at the door. Dramatic Publishing Co. of Woodstock. by the KarBas Arts Comnts=,on, a state = Arts, a h,d.d ." il The Nelson 00ommunlty Club [i001 I I PROUDLY PRESENTS :"] ' I ' I '--------L THE 8th ANNUAL VARIETY SHOW "The Tonight Show" Starring JOHNNY KARSON Highlighted by "SHOCK OF HIS LIFE" Friday, Saturday and Sunday, APRIL 3, 4 and 5 8.00 p.m. NELSON CITY AUDITORIUM Reserved Seat ........................................................................... $4.00 . ...................... SlO.OO Reserved Seat and Steak Droner ..................... "" Children's Meals Available ...... i77:   General Admissin Available At D0r 0  i Grade7 through adult .......................... $3.0  K through Grade 6 ................................ $2.00 - ,  Preschool ........................... ' ...... ............ $1.00 /. FOR RESERVATIONS CONTACT .----(. Mary Holt [402] 225-7401 or Maggie Peterson [402] 225-7391 * Socia I Even ts 00IRTHS L--.. 1  extension hostess Lorene Behrends was hostess to the members of the Webber AMN Jeffrey and Larisa Combs Pascoe, of Wiesbaden, Germany air base annotmce the birth of Joshua Corbitt Pascoe on March 9. He is the grandson of Betty Wendeln, Superior, and Mike Combs, Fremont, and the great-grandson of Floyd Butler and Jerry and Feme Combs, Superior, and the great-great- grandson of Mable Frye, South Sioux City. He weighed 8 pounds 12 ounces and was 10 inches long. Extension Homemakers Unit Tuesday afternoon. Present were Hfldreth Russell, Alta Faye Roper, Doris Worm, Opal Todd, Avis Ross and guests, Rhoda Aberg and Deanna Sweat, the county home ex- tension agent. Miss Sweat gave the lesson on lean meats. She made meatballs from different meats which were cooked and sampled. circles Doug and Sandrs Reinke, meet Wednesday Imperial, are the parents of a, The United Methodist Women son, Skylar William, born March 9. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. His grand- parents are Ran and Janet Reinke, Friend, and Don and Marflyn O'Neil, Wauneta. Great grandparents are Hazel Nagey, Hebron, William and Amanda Reinke, Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Merle O'Neil, Wauneta, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Roschewski, Imperial. A great-great- grandmother is Lena Haarherg, Imperial. Bouray hostess at Library Club The Lovewell Junior Library Club met Thursday afternoon with Estaline Bouray. Eleven members and one guest, Margaret Doxon, answered roll call with something about one of their schoolteachers. Each member was asked to wear something green for St. Patrick's. Next meeting will be April 9 with Margaret Warren for a salad luncheon at 12:30. Each member is to show her homemade Easter bonnet. i i f f met for their regular March meetings last Wednesday. Faith Circle met with Sara Welbourn with five members and two guests present. Devotions were given by Dorothy Heydenberk and the Lenten program, "Touchstones of Faith" was presented by Rev. Jerry He/denberk. Glenadine Lorimer was hostess to Friendship Circle with Pauline Harkins her co- hostess. There were 11 mem- bers present. Reva Conger gave the devotims. The progrm, "A Child Shall Lead" was presented by Gladys Stinson. Love Circle met at the home of Fern Cope with seven members present. Mildred Flares gave the devotions and Betty Doehring gave the lesson "Touchstones of Faith." Peace Circle met with Helen Denny and there were seven members present. Bonnie Langer .gave the lesson "Give The Children A Hug." The Unit meeting will be March 18 at the church. The program will be given by Ellen Wheeler. To The Lutheran Brotherhood Twin PJvers Branch No. 8 772 Our heartfilt thanl to you for your lnd generosity to us. Your thoughtful- ness will never be footten. i DarylandJolineAlfington ,j / HOW old on Friday Dave ? CELEBRATION OF FAITH _ is Christ's Lutheran Church  ?i :'" Davenport, Neb.   Sunday, April 26 Worship 10 a.m. , [l B hop Richard Jessen, preachin 4 Catered meal served at the Davenport Community Building at noon Tickets - $4.50 Reservations must be made by Thursday, April 16 CONTACT: Wendell Mosier, 402-364-2205; Gary Miller, 402-364-2335; Bill Voss, 402-364-2355; or Gary Hild, 402-365-2216 A program and reception will be at the Community Building at 2 p.m. The program will feature spedal music, recognition of special guests, reading of the church history and display of momentos. Church history books, cookbooks and souvenirs will be available for sale. Eveyone is cordially invited to share this special occasion with us. Bob and Jackie Byrkit and the Superior Elks Officers Invite All Members and Friends To The Inauguration of Bob Byrkit Exalted Ruler 1992-93 Saturday, March 21 Reception, 5 p.m Installation, 6 p.m Dinner, 7:15 p. Dan0e, 9 p.m P.E.R. Ron Peterson will be installing officer Inaugural Ball Featuring Royce Schott, D.J. 9 p.m. to i a.m. Grand March Presenting the 1992-93 Lodge Officers, U p. For Dinner Reservations, Call Lodge eveniag 402A3111, Roger Landauer daytime 402794322 Breakfast will be served at midnight Co and Enjoy A Delightful Evening