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8A THE SUPERIOR I::'XPI~ESS Thursday, April 22, 1993 f Elect Donna Palmer Jaycees president The Superior Jaycees recent- ly elected officers for the 1993- 94 Jaycee year, May 1 to April 30. New officers are Donna Palmer, president; Anna Haw- ley, management development vice president; Lori Renz, indi- vidual development vice presi- dent; Larry Langer, community development vice president; Travis Butler, membership vice president; Scot DeWitt, secre- tary-treasurer; Shanna Thayer, management director; Denise Furman, individual development director; Cindy Fulleton, com- munity director;, and Jody Langer, membership director. Lane Hawley is chairman of the board. April Students of the Month at Superior SchoO leftto right) Monte Kirchhoff, Nick Tuttle, d Darcie Christensen and Jamie Priefert. Gena Bagleyl It was a truly a shotgun wedding. Following the wedding of Robert White and Amy Ward, Saturday evening at the muzzleloaders' ren- dezvous, participants all discharged their guns. In this picture the groom is escorted toward the place of the wedding. The bride's parents are standing near the head of aisle formed the muzzleloaders. CTC awards scholarships Local students have received tuition scholarships to attend Cen- tral Community College, Hastings. Scholarship award recipients are Daren Schiermeyer, a senior at Guide Rock High School and son of Don and Judy Schiermeyer; Lawrence High School seniors Larry Christner, son of Carol Schade, and Leslie Owens, daugh- ter of Robert and Brenda Theer; and Susan Nelson, a senior at Su- perior High School and daughter of Duane and Mary Nelson. Scholarships and special rec- ognition awards were presented last We esday to students at the 24th annual Student Awards Con- vocauon at Central Community College, Hastings. Cynthia Clark, Burr Oak, dietetic technology; Gina Gerberding, Davenport, ag- riculture technology; Jill Reiman, Lawrence; received convocation awards. Superior students of the month for April were chosen on the basis of multiple achievement, charac- ter, leadership, service, citizen- ship and scholastic. Gena Marie Bagley, daughter of Richard and Janene Bagley, is the senior student of the month. She has been active as team cap tain, Wildcat of the Week, Aca- demic All State as a member of the volleyball team. She was a cheer- leader her freshman and sopho- more years and cheerleading cap- rain her second year. She has been on the honor roll for four years and was vice-president of her sopho- more class. She has been a mem- ber of S-Club for four years and is secretary in her senior year. She has been a member of Close up, Life ral families. However, there are several multi-generation fami- lies at the center, as residents and as employees. Grace Mittan, one of the cen- tenaraian residents, has a grand- daughter, Holly Colgrove, who The Superior Good Samari-sociation in Kearney. helps care for her and other resi- tan Center will miss Harriett Mr. and Mrs. Noel Simpkins dents as a care staff member and Washington, who died recently, celebratedtheir55thweddingan- as an aid in the social work de- Dean Gray was transferred to niversary, partrnent. Leone Edwards' Bryan Memorial Hospital, Lin- The anniversary tea honored grandaughter, Ann Tuma, is a , coln. ............ _ Blanche Bjorling, Grace Mittan, registered nurse and serves as ; Last Thursday a farewell cof- ArnoldBartels, IlaLarmer, Anna nursing coordinator for the cen- feewasinhonorJulieArmCleve-Grummert,MaryWarnkingand ter. Guy and Alice Loop's land, administrator, whohasbeen Edgar Baty. Keith and Daisy daughter, Connie Swihart, helps promoted to another Good Sa- l-lartman provided music,prepare and serve food. Bula maritan Center. Richard Bagley joined theClark, another resident, is the , JohnMathison, newadminis-maimeneance department. Allen Loops' sister-in-law. Elsie Up- trator, was introduced to the Sander will now be able to use linger's daughter, Barb Gruweil, i, .Superior center last .Tuesday, his "talented green thumb" ex- is a CSM. Three of Mrs. Gru- From MadisoiL S,D., Mathison elusively for the careof the lawn well's daughters are on staff, graduated from the University of and flowers outside the building. Lesa GruweU as a CSM, Lynn South Dakota. Sander's flower gardens are ap- Gruwell as a nurse aid and Ann Herndonjoined the cen- preciated. Matt and SberiLeanna Warner in dietary. , ter as a nurse aid. Schrader are certified nurse aids. Leona Warren's granddaughter, CD 13 coordinator, Leo Wendy Nutseh completed prac- Shelley Grab a_st, is a NA. Alean ; Zadina, presented a disasterpre- tical nurse schooling and will Montgomery s daughter-in-law, i: redness session to the staff, take the state board examination. Berniece Montgomery, is RN , using a tornado film. The Superior Good Samari-and charge nurse. Evelyn Peters- . Neva Wharton, Donna tan Center is often referred to as en's niece, Joyce Benjamin, sen, Margaret Kinyoun, Vera a "family." Residents and staff, maintains medical records and D can and Pat Cleveland at-through close association, help- Mrs. Benjamin's daughter, Lora, t ded the mid-year convention ing and caring for each other, is a NA. Tressie Wichman's , 0fthe Nebraska Heal th Care As- become closer than many natu- daughter-in-law, Helen Wich- : ,! man, is on the advisory board, as is Mable Doyle's daughter, Joan Reed. Cecil Miller's son, Jim Miller, is on the advisory board and is the son-in-law of Leone Edw ds. Also residents are J. B. and Florence Wilton, husband and wife; Les and William Reed, brothers, centenarian Anna Gra- ham and her niece, Mary Ross; Fern Hale and Ha Larmer, sis- ters; and Hilda Gerloek and Fred Schiermeyer, sister and brother. Sheryl Woerner, office work- er and CSM, and Julia Traut- man, dietary, are sisters. Laticia Carter and Donald Tyler, both CSMs, are cousins. Twila and Tonya Cool, mother and daugh- ter, both work in dietary. Deb Andr n and a team of CSMs to care for the residents. Robcrta Kemper works in the dietary department, iarhile her daughter, Cindy quart, is the beautiican. Matt and Sheri Schra.der, husband and wife, are certified nurse aids. Yes, the center is a family, some related by blood or mar- riage, all related by love and concern for the welfare of each other. Superior Fifth grade pupils, Amber Robinson, Lindsey Stinsen and Casey Bargen ex- amine a tanned coyote pelt given the North Ward School during a presentation about plains Indian life. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinson made the presentation. three years; ior year. dancing ing and singing. Monte Hardy, son the pating in the FFA and president. He was~ basketball team the all-school freshman hunting, fis Jamie Terry and paffi Sheer ketbalI and pated in all ties. Priefert was student council the sweetheart man year. French club, secretary. She her church' bies include ing, Nick Tutde, s DeAnna Tuttle, i student of the freshman claSS Tuttte and track Art Club and are video playing Darcie L daughter of Christensen, is track and are 4 -H, Carly McKinney, in California. track and reading lects and likes gel When ( Combining the latest technology with time-tested methods to deliver what you need, when you need it. 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I.ellernegu FIvers - ..... . :,,, . . . : :" .: . : , :, :,-,: :':: : Brochures: : C 148 East Third 402-879-3291 Superior, Nebraska 68978 (Continued from Page 1A) Abbey Baylie, piano; Ryan Poole, lip sync; Vanessa Woemer, piano; Ben Alexander, impres- sions; Scan Gillilan, magic rain- bow; Cassie McCutcheon, sing- ing; Kristen Sweet. tumbling; Nikki Holling, magic; Whimey Butler, piano; Jason Gillilan, magic balloon; Nick Roberts, sing- nag; Kassie Swanson, piano; Stephanie Freltag, reciting and dance; Jen- niter Warneking, piano; Alex Bai- ley, magic; Allysa DieM, piano; Andrew and Michael Bates, sing- ing; LauraHarris, tumbling; Chris Erickson, golfing demonstration; John Turner, Legos helicopter; Abby Clino instrument solo; and Holly Walton, singing. Teri Van Steenberg and Ray HOnor Society Picked Avis, cheering; MindiHolling, re- The Fort Hays State Univer- citing; Stephaine -Shadduck, pi- sity Phi Kappa Phi chapter, a na- ano; Kelly Ostdiek, magic; Eric tional scholastic honor society, Maestas, dancing; Brittanie has initiated 69 juniors, seniors, Uteeht,piano;CodyBarry, magic; graduate students and faculty Sara Stauffer, reciting; Steven members. To qualify for Phi Boswell,tumbling; Carisa Kappa Phi membership, students Runyon, singing; Rose Walton, "must rank in the top 10 percent ~iano; Ti Meyers, magic; Tyrell of their class. Initiates include botts and Brock Fairbrother, Lisa Pachta, junior, Belleville, group activity; Mickayla Rhoads, Marcie Ost, junior, Burr Oak, maitre; Douglas Palen, senior, Glen James Bailey, singing and pi- Elder, and Denoya Garman, jtm- ano; Shauna Healey, card trick; ior. Mankato. II The Guide Rock Post Prom Committee and Concerned Parents woud like to thank the following businesses and individuals for contributing to the Guide Rock Post Prom Party" Woerner Ford tractor, Inc. Superior Floral Co. Superior Family Mediacal Center Farmers State Bank & Trust Co. Farmers State Insurance Agency, inc. Lincoln Telephone Co. Menke Healthmart Drug Twin Valley Implement Animal Hospital Supenor Vision Center Ideal Market Supedor-Deshler, Inc. Secunty NatioPal Bank Superior Outdoor Power Center Ron Thompson, DDS Carmen's Ben Franklin Butler Air Service Deuel Pharmacy Howard Miller, DDS II Afternoon teas became popu- lar and fashionable during Vie- torian times. Although consid- ered a light refreshment between lunch and dinner, afternoon tea was a serious occasion. The taste and judgment of the hostess would be judged by the quality and manner in which the tea was served. The dainty sand- wiches and cookies were served on the finest bone China, crystal and silver. Country afternoon teas were more hearty. Teas were, and are, a tradition for men and ...... women. The Lady Tea true to the it will be botla and cozy. costume rian music in Two teas part of the served in the of the Hotel afternoon, May 4:30. Superior South Ward School 'students Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bruns; Kassie Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tinkham and Rick SW" Bouray, daughter of Kelly Bouray; and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Eitzmann costumes which show the career they reer dress-up day was one of schools celebration of the Week of the Child. z