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2A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 20, 1972 Nancy Fuller Bride Of Michael Johnson The sanctuary of the United Methodist Church of Superior was the setting for the 3 o'clock wedding ceremony uniting Miss Nancy Fuller and Michael Johnson on Sunday, March 26. The Rev. Lloyd Mohnkern performed the double-ring ceremony before 300 guests. Furnishing the organ music was Mrs. Ray Sandin. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown fashioned in white satapeau in demi-bell silhouette. Elegant guipure lace appliques enhanced the bodice with its high neckline and full bishop sleeves. The lace encircled the waistline and edged the at- tacbed chapel train. Alencon petals held a four-tier veil in imported illusion. She carried a bouquet of pink roses, baby's breath and white satin ribbon. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister, Miss Janice Fuller, of Superior. Mrs. Stanley Clyde of O'Neill, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Larry Placke of Grand Island, sister of the bridegroom, were bridesmatrons. The bride's attendants wore matching floor-length dresses of a chiffon bright and pale pink floral design. The bodices were trimmed with high neck v- shaped white lace trim, forming the front and hack alike. The gathered skirts were flounced at the bottom as were the long sleeves each with white lace trim. They wore pink garden hats trimmed with a white satin ribbon and each carried a bouquet of pink roses. Michele Mertens was flower girl and wore a pink gown fashioned identically to the bridesmaids. She carried a white basket with pink and white roses. Ring bearer was Jon Placke of Grand Island, nephew of the bridegroom. Best man was Tom Johnson of Kearney, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Mark Mooberry and Dave Downing both of Lincoln. Ushers were Rick Cleveland of Webber, Jim Thomas of Lin- coln, Randy Vaupel of Superior and Jim Siebecker of Kearney. Lighting candles for the wedding were Miss Cora Cook and Junior Cook of Omaha. Mother of the bride chose a pink suit and matching ac- cessories for her daughter's wedding. The mother of the bridegroom appeared in a green and white ensemble with white accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of pink roses. Gordon Harper and Miss Susan Hiner were the solists for the occasibn. They sang as a duet "Wedding Song," and Mr. Homemakers Have Fondue Luncheon The Webber Homemakers Extension Club met at the home of Mrs. Glen Andreasen Mon- day for a fondue luncheon. Mrs. Andreason gave the lesson on making fondue and after the luncheon she gave a demon- stration on making Danish Pastries. Harper sang "Hand In Hand" and "More." Miss Janet McNabb of Lin- coln was in charge of the guest book. Attending the gifts were. M. Howard Henderson, Mrs. Mike Jensen and Mrs. Tom Rathbun. A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony, Mrs. Hans Elders cut the cake and Miss Megan Moret helped serve it. Mia, Theresa Meier served the pun.h and Miss Kathy Worden was at the coffee service. The couple is making their home at 1905 G. Street, Lincoln. Oregon Couple Observes 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Noble of Salem, Ore., had open house at their home April 9 in celebration of their 25th wed- ding anniversary. Mrs. Noble, the former Lorene Holmes, grew up at Hardy and graduated from Hardy High School. Mr. Noble is a brother of Marian Noble of Superior and Mrs. Noble is an aunt of Keith Petsen of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Noble were married in Salem in 1947. Mrs. Nobles oldest son, Max (Skip) Morris, jr., is on sab- batical leave from Palm Springs, Calif., High School and is studying on his doctorate at the University at Riverside, Calif. He had four children. Harold Noble, their youngest son, is married and lives at Kalmath Falls, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Noble are well known in this area. Mrs. Wilde Hostess To V-Club Tuesday V-Club met at the home of Mrs. Cephus Wilde in Superior last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Paul Rathbun was co-hostess. Mrs. Glenn Hutt was high prize winner for the evening and Mrs. Arnold Ross claimed low prize. New officers for the 1972-73 season were elected. President will be Mrs. Darrell Reed, and Mrs. Frank Herrmann was elected secretary-treasurer. Officers for the past year were Mrs. Willard Mettler, president, and Mrs. James Purcell, secretary-treasurer. Mystery sisters for the past season were revealed. The men met at the Raymond Leece home near Webber. Extension Spring Tea Held Tuesday The Nuckolls County Home Extension spring tea was held at the 4-H Centennial building at Nelson last Tuesday. Sixty attended. A musical program, presented by Miss Elizabeth Wehrman, music director at Nelson High School, featured a woodwind sextet. Area Home Agent Valarie Kehm spoke on "Careers in Home Economics." A scholarship corsage was presented to Mrs. George Renschler, who will represent Nuckolls County at Homemakers' Day in Omaha May 4. The scholarship corsage is contribution to the state scholarship fund. A trip to Hawaii via slide pictures and souveniers was presented by Mrs. Ellis Garrison and Mrs. Walster Williams. Statz, Wehrman Selected For Boys, Girls State Pamela Sue Statz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymund E. Statz, of rural Nelson, a junior in Nelson High School, has been selected to go to Girls State, June 10o16. This is the thirty first annual session on the University of Nebraska City Campus and sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Pamela is a member of Pep Club, Y-Teens, band, and choir, and has been active in speech class, having won an excellent in original public address at District Speech Contest. Her speech was titled "Child Abuse." She was a member of the one-act play, "Sorry, Wrong Number," which also received a rating of excellent. Pamela is Sunday School secretary and a member of C.Y.F. Glenda Frerichs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Freriehs of rural Superior, was selected as alternate. Joseph Wehrman, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wehrman. jr., of Nelson, has been selected to represent the Nelson American Legion Post at Boys State at Lincoln in June. Joe participated in hand, student senate, music honorary, lettered in football, basketball and track two years, member of National Honor Soceity, FFA, yearbook staff and past president of his class. Stanley Eilers, son of Mr. and an active member of the Mrs. Robert Eilers of Nelson, Chrisitan Church where she is was selected as alternate. ANOTHER OPEN HOUSE BY... NORDAAS AMERICAN HOMES Saturday, April 22, 1972 10:00 a.m. to S:00 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mazour of Nelson, Nebraska DIRECTIONS: Coming into Nelson on Highway 14, turn West at the sign that says Good Samaritan Home. Go down 4 blocks, home is on the right side. Follow open house signs. NORDAAS American Homes Pinnesota Lake, Minnesota Phone 507-462-3331 Paul Jensen Receives Eagle Scout Award Paul Jensen, son of T-Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensen, received the highest award in Boy ScOUts, that of an Eagle Scout, March 26 at a special Court of Honor at Altus, Okla. He has been in Scouting four years, joining Cub Scouts at the age of nine. He received the Wolf, Bear and 15 Webelos badges while in Cubs. He has served as patrol leader, assistant patrol leader, quartermaster, instructor and den chief for one and one-half years for Webelos. Jensen was elected into the order of the Arrow at summer camp in July 1971. He par- ticipated in a five-day, 500mile hike and received the Fifty Miler patch. He completed the requirements for the Eagle Award two months before his 13th birthday and is now the Couple Spends Week In Rome Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckles of Davenport returned last week from a week's vacation in Rome, compliments of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. They had flown on a chartered jet from the O'Hare International Air- port in Chicago along with 100 other dealers and their wives. They report Rome to be a city full of history and beauty. The hotel, where they were guests, was in the oldest part of Rome, only two blocks from a large portion of the old city wall that remains standing. In Rome they visited the colossium, the Pantheon, the Circus Maximus, the Catacombs, Vatican City and many other points of in- terest. One day was spent in Florence, 165 miles to the north, viewing the works of art by Michelangelo and other artists and other historical sites. One of the highlights of their week was a trip to the Medit- teranean Sea on Sunday. This was a 35-minute ride by subway from Rome. Enroute home their plane stopped at Shannon, Ireland, to refuel and all of the group were privileged to get off of the plane for one hour. youngest boy to receive the award in the Southwestern Section of Oklahoma's Black Beaver Council. He is a seventh grader, an honor roll student, a member of the Superintendent honor roll and a member of the Oklahoma National Honor Society. Paul is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Aage Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shaffer of Superior. ,,Receive Pins At Banquet Mrs. Delbert Roper, Mrs. Clarence Aurand, Mrs. Jack Hill, Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Mrs. Everett Sweet and Ann, Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen and Marcia, Mrs. Ziner Hansen, Mrs. Bill Corman and Mrs. Arlen Schlueter attended the annual Girl Scout Banquet Wednesday night at Hebron. Those receiving pins were: Ann Sweet, Marcia Pedersen, Mrs. Delbert Roper and Mrs. Steve Jones, 10-year pins and Mrs. Clarence Aurand, 15-year pin. Couple Honored !At Bridal Shower Thirty-five persons attended the cooperative supper at the Oak Creek Community Center Thursday evening. A business meeting was held which was followed by a program and games under the direction of Mrs. Vernon Mohler. The games consisted of the Newly- Wed game and a guessing contest on various kitchen articles. Mr. and Mrs. David Pettit were honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower following the evening's en- tertainment. North West Country Club Meets April 6 The North West Country Club met April 6 at the home of Mrs. Arthur Thayer. Mrs. Robert Woerner, jr., president presided at the meeting. Mrs. Thayer played a piano solo. Roll call was answered by "My Favorite Hobby." A letter was read from the County Extension Club leader, giving the date, time and place of the Extension Club meeting for 1972. Plans for the club's 1972 activities were discussed. A letter was read from Mrs. Lydia Oswald, a former member, now living in Idaho. Mrs. Earl Godsey was in charge of an interesting lesson on simple crafts. She had on display a number of articles. Mrs. Robert Woerner, jr., received the door prize. Mrs. Thayer served delicious refreshments. The May meeting will be guest day at the home of Mrs. Robert Woerner, sr., with Mrs. Godsey as co-hostess. Each member is asked to bring a guest. Couple Plans June Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Danny Fuller of Republic announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to Thomas Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson of Nelson. A June wedding is being planned. August Vows Planned By Kathie Beck Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beck, formally of Superior, now residents of Beaverton, Ore., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathie Sue, to Philip Michael Lepley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Lepley of Portland, Ore. Miss Beck, 1968 graduate of Superior High School, attended Brown Mackie School of Business in Salina, and has been employed with the Ben Hazen Insurance Agency of Portland since moving to Oregon. After graduation from high school, Mr. Lepley attended two years at the University of San Francisco and is currently completing his education in English at Portland State University. An August wedding is plan- ned. 9 RACES DALLY APRIL t7-29 POST TIMF. 3 P.M, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 2 P.M. SATURDAYS .,. SCTC, }384 XACTA (..oo) OL*SS +Ktos= ou. ,- mu, Ts "9088 w,,,om,.o GRANDSTAND Admilston $1,00 Closed Circuit TV Free Paved Parking Linda Thayer John Gunn Will Represent Re At Girls, Boys State Linda Thayer and John Gunn of Republic were selected for Girls and Boys State, sponsored by Republic American Legion and Auxiliary Post No. 232. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gunn. Alternates are Colleen Steier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Steier, and Scott Hobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hobson. Friendship Club Has Craft Meeting The Friendship Home Ex- tension Club met at the Church of Christ in Angus on Friday at 10:00 a.m. Each member brought a sack lunch for the noon meal. This was the club's craft meeting so the day was spent working on their various craft projects. Instructions and patterns were given for the old fashioned lady and man to be made from detergent bottles. The May meeting will be with Mrs. Marvin Elifritz. Each member will invite a guest to that meeting. Olive Hill Ladies Quilt Tuesday The Ladies Aid of the Olive Hill Church met Tuesday af- ternoon. Mrs. Clare-Schuster was the hostess and also gave the devotionals. The afternoon was spent quilting. Extension Club Meets At Nora guest day at a the Nora Church Wednesday. Roll call swered by telling of an place in Nuckolls The Farmerettes several numbers children from the Nora also presented teresting numbers. Mrs. Don Gebers all Dale Frahm were in the program. Lunch was served. decorations carried gardening theme. Presents Recita! Sunday The piano students Phil Johnson at her home on ternoon. Those part were Jon Pearson, Kay Nelson, Sutton; Henkel, Lori Ahrens and Alice Rippe of O Thursday, April 20, I @I The Superior Ex scription rates $5.00 a year in advance in Nebraska ano $6.00 a year States. Ten cents per Second class Superior, Nebraska. weekly by the Superior Company, Inc., at 148 Street, Superior, Nifty Weather It's a total heating- air conditioning i/ % 'e..; \\; ,rJv J / There have been a lot of changes in comfort systems Dave Lennox rolled out his first furnace in 1893. there are Lennox nifty weather machines that warm, clean the air and even control the moisture in homes buildings. And there's a superservice organization to back up. Just in case. Get out from under the weather Lennox nifty weather machine. Winebar Plumbing & H Phone 879-3713 Saturday, April 22 p.m. to I a.m. Dance To The Music of Salt Creek Play Boys V. F.W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Dance..... Saturday, April 22 Country Squires 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eagles Club GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME :.:, :'..:i :-.':i ::::: ::::: +++ !ii! $.: +i!i KINDERGA R TEN ROUND-UP AND VISITATrON Superior Elementary Schools will be holding "Kindergarten Round-up" in the Kindergarten room of South School. Parents of kindergartners for the 1972-73 school year should plan to register children according to the following schedule: Wednesday, April 26 A-G H-N Last Names beginning with 8:30-10:00 a.m. O - T 12:30-2:00 p.m. ]0:00-]1:30 U - Z 2:00-3:30 There Will Be No Kindergarten Classes On April 25 Wednesday, May 3 Kindergarten Visitation All 1972-73 Kindergarten pupils are invited to attend school during the session (morning or afternoon) to which they have been assigned. Morning session is from 8:30-11:00 a.m. and af- ternoon session is from 12:30-3:00 p.m. Parents should plan to furnish transportation to and from school on this occasion. There will be no regular Kindergarten classes on May 3 Only children who will be five years old on or before Oct. 15 will be registered. should bring the child's birth certificate and health (immunization) record. requires the following immunizations: triple vaccine (whooping cough, tetanus) with appropriate boosters; measles (both read and 3-day); mumps; polio.