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March 29, 1973     The Superior Express
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f / Cadams Club Meets At Grummert Home Tonight ,nl By d Mrs. Raymond Grummert of near Deshler was hostess to the Cadams Club March 15. Fourteen members and two guests were present. Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer and Mrs. Loren Renz presented the lesson, "Casseroles." The club members planned a silver wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma which will be Sunday, April 8, at the Cadams Schoolhouse at 6:30. The next meeting will be April 19 at the home of Mrs. Ron Hefts. at Salem will be held at 7:30. :l of Park be in charge CRADLE ROLL CALL we Traveling Dinner Fifteen members of the Nazarene Young People's Society enjoyed a foreign foods traveling dinner Monday evening. The' group was first invited to the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ted Dodd where the food served were dishes from Heidi. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Darling served Italian food and Mr. and Tuesday, April 3 Superior Woman's Club at Hotel Leslie, 2 p.m. Program, "En- vironmental Quality and Me" by Marvin Sather of the Nuckolls County Extension of- rice. INVITED ........ ,,I~L,. Mrs. James Butler served L u~tC is cordially invited Chinese food. At each of the ~...s~Vice and a fellowship ._/~.~0w.iag. There will be a homes, they had a short mission lesson on that particular 1 IgT' o.e ng, country. News..... ng pll [' and Mrs. Henry Wayman, rl'" llndcYa " ll d Elmer Giger and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harvey and family of Overland Park, o. fred Huffman of Kan., visited his mother, Mrs. J[~Will all have displays Ethel Harvey, and with other is 0 J[ tral Nebraska Rock relatives and friends here over UniVd~Ja~t~eral Society annual the weekend. e of .~ ~t tiaStings April 6, 7 and perati -- ----- ~t~t~_ Miss Diane Hammett of Fort " ~"-~[" aad ~ Collins, Colo., arrived Thursday ..lned s. Fred Troudt to spend her spring vacation re ~ fro~me last Saturday with her grandparents, Mr. and ctJc fti0n ' 't,a two months' Mrs. Merle Hammett. ~r~ .'~1[,,xesa, Ariz. ter : Mrs. Earl Osborne Mrs. Mildred Fenimore Monday from a returned home Sunday one half months' following a two weeks' visit with tters 'In- at Apache Junction," Mr. and Mrs. Dana Fenimore at ey Visited in the Rex Arvada, Colo. She was a guest in ) aery home at Hebron of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard cling the j "Ct ilY' a" . L. Osborne Weeks one evening and visited t Bruning enroute Mr. and Mrs. Earl Graham, all ta -o l[ former Superior residents. lsult~ ~ __ __ Lhe ~][" aad ~I,- "-" off mtly '"" ugene WoodMr. and Mrs. Larry Whitney Ila; Lurned from a two were in Lincoln from Thursday Vacation trip to until Monday. Mrs. Whitney Oregon. While in attended an insurance training fl'S'l , L ey visited with his school, sponsored by the alttchell Wood. and Nebraska Association of In- Ha-. t atl,'San Leandro and her surance Agents Thursday ruW e J[ t o er le, and family who through Sunday. Monday she at Edwards Aircompleted the state In Oregon they examination for insurance '-'a'iL m the home of Mr.licenses in all fields. Itarkins at Salem, rs. Pat Harkins at re ~u Steven and Carolyn Sue of bh's. Ila Day atMr. and Mrs, W. A. Lincoln, L, " Wichita visited over the Ill n. . . weekend with Mr. and Mrs. it'~ St j ,m m a patient Merle ~aw. Mr. Shaw is a Hospital in patient at the Nuekolls County e had surgery Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary i'~o14- ~ Tordrup of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bargen and Mr. and K r lk' u'rt a, -Enliff- - of Wichita, Mrs. George Shaw were also e iv eThomas of Webber, guests Saturday in the Shaw ,r S ell, Van Meter of home. I mL ton of ., and Harry- ' .... Wellington, Kan, / vis itors at t ~" Aan he home illlta a Graham. Mrs. , turned home last the Nuekolls total Where she had Jack were at l nS day to attend the l r e erci Of the . _araska Technical of Nursing, held United Methodist l i;ZZ ; Their daughter arol .yn, received will remain in "~ent --re she has em- H::pit a;h e Good Superior, Silver Mmiversary ,M~. and Mrs. John Schier- meyer will observe their silver wedding anniversary at open house Sunda3, April l, 2 to 4:30, m 'he Lady Vcstey Room, ll.~el. No gifts please."This is x~,ur invit a{ ion. 12-1p Bridal Shower For Mrs. Randy Evert Twent y-,,nc friends and relalives of Mrs. Randy ~vert, ~he fm'mer Janis Meyer, went to [hc Ray Clark home Friday evening, March 23, for a miscellaneous shower. Games were played followed by the opening of the gifts by the bride. She was assisted by Mrs. Eldon Even of Republic and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Superior. The lace covered gift table was centered with a replica of a ~bride and groom. The serving table, decorated in yellow, was attended by Mrs. Ronald Springer and Cindy Oltman. Hostesses were Mrs. Elmer Van Nortwick, Mrs. Norman Sankey and Mrs. Clark. Business Women Have 'Fun Night' Golden Anniversary "Fun Night" was the theme of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fischer, the Business and Professional formerly of Republic area, will Women's program Monday observe their 50th weddingevening. Each member present anniversary at 219 So. Poplar, Brea, Calif. 92621, on April 8. lp i ~~0~~ Mr. and Mrs. Larry Beavers are the parents of a daughter born March 14 at the Nuckolls County Hospital. She was named Lisa Jo. Her weight was seven pounds, 15 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clabaugh of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beavers of Geneva. Mrs. Edith Runyan of Belleville is a great grand- mother. gave a two-minute impromptu speech, following the 6:30 dinner at Hotel Leslie. Mrs, Everett Barfknecht was chairman for the evening, assisted by Mrs. Pauline Harkins. Mrs. Leonard Wortman conducted the business meeting in the absence of Mrs. William Morehead, president. Roll call was answered by 15 members by naming quotes from "Smile Circles." The next meeting will be convention reports by Miss Sue Heft and Mrs. Marlin Shaw. BARGAINS! Ill never MON DAY and TU ESDAY April 2 and 3 .2 ch,dren together- 1.49 each child A, po mits toyou at ours'tore Age limit : 12 years Neb. Hours 9 to 5:30 Lunch 12 to 1 March 23-Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ward, Oak. March 24--Boy, Mr. and Mrs. James Sharp, Superior. March 27-~Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reiff, Superior. Admitted: Raymond Oldham, Superior; Mystle Wiseman, Superior; John Duey, Nelson; Mrs. Mattie Harig, Superior; David Wilson, Superior; Duston Shellhase, Superior; Henry Barton, Superior; Mrs. Myron Joy, Nelson; Earl Schufeldt, Nelson; Mrs. Martha Burge, Republic; Mrs. Lloyd Hoshaw, Hardy. School Lunch Menu AI)ril 2 Through April 6 Monday, April 2: Goulash, Bu~ icred green beans, peaches, c.rn cake, butler, milk. Tuesday, April 3: Creamed ;urkey, whipped potatoes, buttered c.rn, fruit cup, rolls, bwler, milk. Wednesday, April 4: Hot c~ggclies, p~)talo salad, but- lered peas, fruil jello, bread and bu~;er, milk. Thursday, April 5: Beef gravy, whipped potatoes, tossed salad, cherry cake, bread and butler, milk. Friday, April 6: Fish sticks with tarter sauce, parsley potatoes, carrot sticks, chocolme pudding, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, March 29, 1973 TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Paula Wulf and Don Scripter and "Mercy," a drama con- were wried best actress and cerning mercy killing. bes~ actor, respectively, at the Approximately 200 persons Superior High School Night of attended the public per- One-Act Plays Monday. "Theformanee. Other plays Lost Elevator" received presented were "The audience acclaim as the best Hypocrile"and "Adam and play. Eve--Americans." Paula played a Negro The plays were produced as a elevator operator in that play, part of the drama unit in the while Don was a 101-year old junior-senior speech class, Mrs. man in "Rise and Shine." Both Beth Bohling, instructor, is plays were comedies, being assisted this semester by Runners-up in the voting were lh)n Reeves, student teacher Laura Stierwalt, Tom Robinson from Kearney State College. I Save on every dress shirt in stock regularly 3.98 and over. All have today's latest styling features like long point or rounded collars. Sale prices ef- fective thru Saturday. 88 Men's two-tone lace oxford styled with bump toe, high heel and all of today's great styling features. Synthetic uppers. Save on our Penney Pet collec- tion of color coordinated clothes for kids. Just match the animal tags. Sizes 3 to 7. ...summer selection of women's briefs. All at special prices no matter your size. Cottons, acetates, nylons. With or without lace trims. Bikini and regular styles. 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday - Friday - Saturday Penn-Preat muslin prints, stripes and fashion solids. 50% cotton/50% polyester. Twin flat for or fitted, reg. 2.99 Sele Full flat or fitted, reg. Sale Pillow cases, reg. 2.49 Sale for Reg. each. Standard size pillow with Red Label polyester filling and blue stripe cotton ticking. 2 '' 799 Reg. $5 each. Standard size with polyester fiberfill, cotton ticking. Penn-Prest. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. We know what you're looking for.