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';' 2A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 3, 1973 l* Miss Joan Hornbussel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin tlornbussel, and G. Douglas Enevoldsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Enevoldsen of Alda. Neb.. were united in marriage March 25 at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Albert J. Kleinsasser received their vows at a 3 o'clock double- ring ceremony. Mrs. James Johnson played the traditional wedding mar- ches and accompanied Gene Bruening, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose an ivory satinessa gown of pure polyester, fashioned with a high neckline, a slightly fitted bodice and full gathered sleeves with wide cuffs. Ivory galleon lace was artistically arranged in several rows on the bodice, cuffs and around the softly gathered skirt. Her ivory silk illusion veil fell from a four-tier puff to just below the hemline. The crown was trimmed with matching lace. Miss Jennie Hornbussel was her sisters maid of honor. Miss Cynthia Hesser of Mankato was bridesmaid and Mrs. Gary Hotzel of Pueblo, Colo., was matron of honor. Flower girl was Jody Lessendorf and ring bearer was Stacey Lessendorf. Terry Enevoldsen was best man and groomsmen were Terry Enevoldsen and Barry Beavers. Miss Diana Hornbussel at- tended the guest book. Receiving and arranging the gifts were Mrs. Chert Kuleck, Nancy Darling, Janiee An- derson. Diana Dixon and Mrs. Don Shellhase. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Edward Johnson, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Perry Enevoldsen, sisler-in-law of the bridegroom, both of Grand Island, cut and served the cake. Mrs. Lyndall Harvey, sister of Enevoldsen the bride, served the punch and Mrs. Robert Brandt was at the coffee service. The Baptist Church ladies assisted with the reception. The couple is at home at 4642 Knox, Lincoln, following a two weeks' wedding trip to California where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horn- bussel at Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theiss and family at San Francisco. Mrs. Enevoldsen is employed by the University of Nebraska and Mr. Enevoldsen is an employee of the Larson Music Mart. Miss Schultz Honored Sunday Ramona Schultz, who will become the bride of Michael Eickman on June 2 at Bethany Lutheran Church, was honored at a community shower at Bethany Fellowship Hall Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Wegener announced the following program: Vocal solo by Patti Christensen. Vocal number by Singers of Christ, and readings by Kathryn Jo Jenssen. Assorted salads, crackers, mints and coffee were served. Hostesses were Mrs. T. V. Kastrup, Mrs. Glen Sehier- meyer. Mrs. Willard Christensen, Mrs. Raymond Wegener, Mrs. Harold Tambke, Mrs. Donald Petersen, Mrs. Ed Rogge, Mrs. Gifford Larsen, Mrs. Edward Hiller, Mrs. Donald Brandt and Mrs. Evelyn Johnson. Ortiz- Ba II Vows Planned For Sept. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ortiz, Wichita, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joanne L., to Dennis D. Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Ball of Saline, former Superior residents. The bride-elect, a graduate of Goddard High School, works at Odell's Alpine Inn, Wichita. Her prospective bridegroom was graduated from Salina High School and received a Bachelor of Music education degree from Wichita State University. Ball, who currently is attending quartermaster school at Ft. Lee, Va., with the National Guard, plans to teach this fall. The couple will exchange marriage vows at 10 a.m. Sept. 1 at Wichita's St. Francis of Assist Roman Catholic Church. Library Club Has Guest Day Library Club guest day was held Friday afternoon at the Formoso Legion Hall with 24 in attendance. Guests were Waunita Weir, Mrs. Bradley Keeler, Cleo Blanding, Vernie Emigh, Mable James, Mrs. Fall, Minnie Stafford, Blanche Powers, Louise Field, Joyce Patrick and Opal Watson. A book review was given by Astrid Hails. Lunch, in keeping with the Easter theme, as served by Ethel Clark, Pearl Hettinger and Avis Crawford. Superior Art Guild Meets The Superior Art Guild met Tuesday in the Educational Unit of Methodist Church. Fifteen members answered roll call. Mrs. Charles Stiles became a new member. Members belonging to Guild before July 1 are eligible to enter in the annual Fall Art Show. The group worked on paintings and pastels on velour, demonstrated by Mrs. Arlo Doehring. Plans are being made for well-known artist Jim Nelson of Jewell, Kan., to show some of his works and speak to the group. The May meeting will be in the Methodist Church. Miss Ohmstede, John Gillett To Wed In June Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ohrn- stede of Guide Rock announce the engagement of their daughter, Pat, to John J. Gillett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Gillett of Burr Oak. Miss Ohmstede is employed at Glenn's Mini-Max in Guide Rock and Mr. Gillett is a student at Cloud County Community Junior College in Fa rewelJ Coffee Concordia, Kan. For Mrs. Skinner A June 30 wedding is being Mrs, Rolland Franzen and planned. Richard of Ruskin entertained at a farewell coffee at their Hosts Card Party home Monday afternoon for Mrs. Eli Skinner. Mrs. Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson is moving to Superior this week. of Oak hosted a card party Guests were Mrs. Harry Ed- Saturday evening. Guests were wards, Mrs. Clare Walden, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kubicek, Clarence Sykes, Mrs. Gene Mr. and Mrs. Edd Epley, Mr. Kramer, Mrs. Erick Renner and Mrs. Jim Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DeterdinR. and Mrs. Mike Thayer. THE SOONDS OF JOY ~,ill present their fourth annual concert Sunday, May 6, at 3 p.m. at i;~, ( ourtland Methodist Church. Members are, front row, from left: Nancy Blackburn and Lisa Nelson; middle row: Susie Lovewell, Julie Wallen, Barbara Lindberg, Paula Saunders and Stephanie Russell; and back row: Lori Boyles, Vicki Spiegal, Deann Sothers, Kathy Reed, Michelle Nelson, Julie Erickson and Joann Walker. Mrs. Kenneth Peterson is director, Mrs. John P-,lackburn, organist, and Rev. Larry Harvey accompanies on the guitar. el ulie Garton Julie Garton and Marlin Trautman were united in marriage in the Free Methodist Church of Beloit on March 30. Rev. Preston Harmon officiated at the double-ring ceremony in which Lyle Trautman and Peggy Gray were their at- tendants. Present at the 2 o'clock ceremony were several family members and friends. Parents of the bride are Mrs. Sharon Garton of Superior and Vernon Garton of Colorado. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Trautman, sr., of Hardy. The wedding vows were repeated on April 21 at the Wesleyan Church of Superior. Rev. Dwight Kahre performed the 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony before an altar, decorated with Easter lilies and baskets of spring blossoms. Mrs. Raymond Garton was at the piano to provide con- temporary and traditional wedding music, Mrs. Ron Vork rendered "How Great Thou Art" on the accordian and also presenting "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar and "Somewhere, My Love"at the close of the ceremony. The bride appeared on the arm of her grandfather, Raymond Garton, A chapel- length train flowed over her floor-length gown of lace which featured a bow in front of the empire waist line. Full Juliet sleeves of chiffon were caught at the wrist by bands of Venise lace. Her veil of illusion net was held by a wide tiara, high- lighted by rhinestones and seed pearls. She carried a white Bible corsage of carnations with stephanotis and satin streamers. Her train was born by her sisters, Joy and Michelle Garton, who wore identical floor-length dresses of strawberry mist taffeta. The bridesmaid was Peggy Gray wearing a floor-length silouhette dress of sky blue with a fitted wide waist band and Juliet sleeves of chiffon. She carried a nose-gay of mums. Lyle Trautman was bis brother's best man. Candlelighters were Sheryl Garton and Lyndall Trautman, sisters of the couple. They wore alike floor-length dresses of pastel plaid which repeated the colors of the other gowns. Deann Hall, registered the guests, who were seated by Kenneth Garton, brother of the bride and John DeHart of Pueblo, Colo. A reception was held in the fellowship hall. Topped by a miniature bride and groom, the small wedding cake was mounted on a pedestal. It stood under a belled arch which joined the bride's cake with the cake of the bridegroom. These Pinochle Club Meets At Ruskin Members of the Hi-Lo Pinochle Club met at the home of Mrs. Larry Loontjer of Ruskin Thursday evening. Mrs. Willard Christensen held high score and Mrs. LeRoy Hinz held low score. Mrs. Loontjer served graham dessert and coffee. The May hostess will be Mrs. Hinz. Randall Alexander of Superior was elected president of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Agricultural Economics-Agribusiness Club for the 1973-74 school year. Alexander is a junior majoring m agricultural economics and pre-law, lie is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Alexander. Magda lena Jensby Observes 90th Birthday Saturday Mrs. Nels Sorensen and Mrs. Helen Nelson hosted a birthday party for Mrs. Magdalena Jensby of the Good Samaritan Center Saturday. Those present to eat lunch with her were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorensen, Mrs. Nelson and grandson, Jimmy Bothwell, and Mr. and Mrs. John Burtch of Kansas City. Open house was held in the afternoon when she was greeted by many relatives and friends. Mrs. Gladys Sorensen of Lin- coln was among the afternoon callers. Surprise Party For Boersmas bride of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corman hosted a surprise party in their home Friday evening, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boersma, who recently celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. Guests attending the cooperative supper and card party were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blackstone, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Corman, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hoyer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz. Mrs. Ross Hostess Valley View Club The Valley View Club met Monday with Mrs. Arnold Ross. Fourteen were present. The meeting was opened by group singing, directed by Mrs. were cut and served by Jane Dale Crispin, Mrs. Myron In- Kindscher and Deann Hall. Punch was served by Gaylene Gray. Sharon Smith was at the coffee service. The wedded couple chose to personally open their gifts. They were assisted by Janet Shroyer. Special guests from out-of- town were Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Shepherd of Pueblo, Colo., grandparents of the bridegroom, and Leona DeHart, an aunt also of Pueblo. The bride will graduate from Superior High this spring and the bridegroom, a student at Hardy High School, is employed by Reese Construction Com- pany. They are presently living at Hardy. termill conducted the business meeting. Miss Ruth Rathbun gave an interesting lesson on "Something Made Out Of Nothing." Members brought various items they had made. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Monday, May 14. Mrs. Brandt Was Hostess Wednesday The regular meeting of the Harrison Extension Homakers Unit met April 26 at the home of Mrs. Darrell Brandt. The meeting was called to order and six members and one guest answered roll call of "A Fashion Note." Participating in "Happy Tuesday" at Mankato was discussed for this year. The members drew names of the people at the Mid-Nebraska school, and will send them cards on birthdays and holidays. The District meeting of the Extension Homemakers Unit will be at Belleville on May 4. Mrs. G. C. Hudiburgh and Mrs. Darrell Brandt read "Be Wise June Wedding For Kathleen Meyer And Dennis Dickes Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meyer of Superior announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Sue, to Dennis Dickes, son of Harold Dickes of Waco, Neb., and the late Dorothy Dickes. with Food Buys." Cathy Pettit Miss Meyer is employed at read from the KEHC news and the Dutton-Lainson Company, gave the lesson which was unit in Hastings. Mr. Dickes is choice on "Fitting slacks." employed with York County Mrs. Brandt served cookies, Road Dept. A June wedding is planned. coffee and tea. Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Barnes of Superior announce the engagement of their daughter, Robin Renee, to Varyl Alvin Doehring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Doehring, also of Superior. The bride-to-be is attending the Lincoln Technical College, majoring in medical assisting. She will graduate in August. Mr. Doehring is attending the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and is majoring in actuary science. An Aug. 19 wedding is planned in Lincoln at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. of Carl S The marriage of Cynthia Jeanine Hesser, daughter of Mi'. and Mrs. Norman Hesser, Mankato, and Carl Wayne SCh- midt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Schmidt, Ionia, was solemnized April 7 at Mankato's First Baptist Church. Receiving the couple's double-ring vows was the Rev. Larry Duncan of Emporia. Musicians were Mrs. Mike Reager and Carol Bohnert, both of Mankato. The bride chose an empire- style gown. Seven white roses held her lace-trimmed veil and chapel-length train. She carried a cascade of yellow roses and mixed lavender and green flowers. Compliments of the bride's ensemble was a white gold heart-shaped necklace with a diamond, a gift from the bridegroom. Maid of honor was Robin Hesser, Mankato, the bride's sister, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Douglas Enevoldsen of Lincoln and Mrs. Jerry Jones of Concordia. Flower girl was Pamela Hiltgen of Mankato and ring bearer was Roger Schmidt of Ionia. Taper lighters were Steve Schmidt of Ionia, brother of the bridegroom, and Keith Shellhase of Superior. Best man was Jerry Totten of Lawrence. Groomsmen were Russell Michaelis and Dwight Holdren of Concordia. Ushers were Pvt. Karl Hesser of Ft. Riley, Kan., and Bill Hesser of Mankato, the bride's brothers. Diana Hornbussel of Superior registered the guests. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. Charles Flemming and JoAnn Schmidt of Beloit and Barbara Schmidt and Janice Schmidt of Ionia, all sisters of the bridegroom. Hosts for the reception in the church basement were Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen of Mankato. Assisting with the were Mrs. Ed Mrs. Delphos Superior, aunts Mrs. Gerald Keith Bohnert of Mrs. Schmidt County College. Prior to Dr. M. D. Peterson c Mr. Schmidt is a Jewell High three years in the Army and is now his uncle, Glen Ionia area. The couple is farm south of The bride is a of Floyd Shellhase Nora Club At Gerbeling The Nora in the home of Gerbeling. Sixteen roll call by outfits they month before. hats, dresses and The lesson, "~ Dress Cost So given by Mrs. and Mrs. Dale Lunch was The next meeting Mrs. Alfred plan to help with Good Samaritan Nelson in the Scholarship Pam Overtt Pamela OvertUrf four colle majors at Home annual cortvention Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. Oak. 17 The Reformed Presbyterian Church of Superior was the setting for the wedding of Nina Lea Schott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schott and Virgil Williams of Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams on April 17. "The couple pledged their vows before Rev. R. W. Caskey in a double-ring ceremony in the polyester crepe. peach colored carried three roses which to the two mother. Mr. Williams best man, blue grey Lawrence the bride presence of their immediate families, wore a peach sleeved crepe Mrs. Ronald Schott, sister-in- peach colored c law of the bride, was at the grandmother of organ. Mrs. Larry Mikkelsen, a powder blue sister of the bride, sang Psalm white corsage. 127, and before the benediction Barbara sang "The Lord's Prayer." the bride The bride was escorted down guest book. the isle by her father and was niece of the bride, given in marriage by her the gift table. parents. She wore a floor-length The reception gown of white peau de sou church styled with a high waistline with Schott, sister of lace, a V-necked bodice and and served Camelot sleeves. Her long tulle wedding cake train was trimmed with lace with an open and the veil was held in place John 4:7a; with a small cap covered with Mrs. material the same as the dress. Northern Her dress and train was Mrs. designed and made by the bride sister-in-law of and her mother, served the Her only jewelry was a silver Kent McCartneY, heart necklace with a blue bridegroom center, and she carried a white Mrs. Carroll Bible, also a gift from the bridegroom. Her Bible bouquet was of peach colored roses and white stephanatos with white streamers. Mrs. Ted Schott, mother of the bride, was matron of honor. Her dress was of mint green the bride, Caskey had serving. At the close of the couple gifts. -t lal~ The couple is farm near NelSOn"