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I 2A Tim SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 17 1973 Kansas Couple Observe 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ward Pruitt of Barnard, Kan., observed their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday. They are the parents of Mrs. Merna Lee Wester of Superior, Paul Pruitt of Miltonvale, Kan., and Sue Cullen of Nawata, Okla. An open house is being planned for them later this month. Donations Made By Legion Auxiliary The American Legioq= Auxiliary met Monday evening at the Legion Hall. Mrs. Fred Bossemeyer ex- pressed appreciation to everyone for heloing with the poppy sale Saturday. A donation was sent to the Girl Scout Neighborhood Association for their help in the poppy sales. It was decided to send $20 to the swimming pool fund. A cheek was sent to the Gold Star fund which goes for entertainment and extra comforts for hospitalized veterans. Anyone interested in going to Grand Island May 24 to help give a bingo party at the Nebraska Veterans Home may call Mrs. Stanley Elledge. Past Presidents met last Friday morning with Mrs. Richard Dominy. Nine were present. Mrs. Wauneta Schaer was assisting hostess. Guide Rock The United Methodist Church at Guide Rock was the setting for the candlelight marriage of Marilyn S. Fausch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fausch of Guide Rock, to Duane L. Covey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Covey, t~agan. Reverend Earl Higgins officiated the ceremony. The church was decorated with bouquets of yellow and lavendar taurus. ~k)loist was Russell Covey, Ragan, brother of the bridegroom, accompanied by his wife, Peggy, on the organ. He sang "One Hand, One Heart" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore an empire waisted gown of polyester satin with a lace bodice. It was ac- cented by chiffon sleeves with lace cuffs and a lace choker around her neck. Her nosegay bouquet was highlighted with a lavendar orchid in the center and multi-colored ribbons. Her veil was floorqength and her own creation, Connie Fausch, Scottsbluff, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, Mrs. Bill Hamel, Superior, was bridesmatron. Both wore floor-length lavendar and white polyester knit dresses. Each carried a single yellow mum. Dean Covey, Holdrege, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. Mike Fausch, Crawford, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. Both wore white jackets, as did the groom, with lavendar boutonnieres. Candy Coons, Elm Creek, was the flowergirl. The ringbearer was Brandy Wilton, Superior. Ushers were Jerry Fausch, Mrs. Bob Fausch, Guide Rock, served the punch, Mrs. Oscar Nass, Guide Rock, poured the coffee. Mrs. Max Rouse, Aurora, and Mrs. Harold Fausch, Omaha, cut the cake. All are aunts of the bride. Kathleen Hartman, Hastings, Wilda Yung, Superior and Clara Nass, Lincoln, assisted at the gift table. The couple is at home on a farm near Alma after a short wedding trip to Colorado. Mrs. Covey is the secretary for the Harlan County Extension Of- fice, Mr. Covey is employed by the Montgomery Ward Store in Holdrege. Homemakers Have Spring Guest Day Tuesday The Webber Homemakers Extension Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Herrmann Tuesday afternoon for the spring guest day meeting. Mrs. Jess Fuller was assisting hostess. Thirteen members and 13 guests were present. The guests were Jewell County Home Extension Agent Mary Frances Holdren, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. W. W. Gunn, Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mrs. Leslie Jensby and Lovewell Club Has Luncheon Lovewell Library Club met in Webber for a May Luncheon Thursday noon, May 10. Each member brought a covered dish. Fourteen ladies and one guest, Mrs. Anna R. Graham, attended. The president, Mrs. Rodney Warren, conducted the business meeting. It was decided to hold the meetings continueously through the summer. Mrs. Don Hancock had the guess box and it was guessed by Mrs. Eddie Van- Meter. Mrs. Bert Diamond had a real entertaining game. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Clarence Jensby in June. of 1913 reunion Superior High School Class of 1913 will begin 60th anniversary activities as luncheon guests of Mrs. R. L. Hunter at the Leslie Hotel Saturday noon. May ~. After the Alumni Association Mother-Daughter Banquet Held At Burr Oak May 11 The 49th annual mother- daughter banquet was held Friday evening, May 11, at the Burr Oak gymnasium with mothers and daughters at- tending. Mrs. Perry Roe of Superior, The planning committee Mrs. Raymond Garton, Mrs. included Mrs. Delmar Boyles, Anna R. Graham, Mrs. chairman, Mrs. Cleo Morris, Fredrick Thomas, Mrs. Deo Mrs. Vaden Winslow and Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. John Osborne, Mrs. Don Dunn and Mrs. Clarence Shill. Special recognition was given to former members and past presidents. Corsages were presented. The lesson, "Changing World Loren Jordan. The theme was "Dimples and Sawdust." Three large wall hangings of Raggerty Ann and Raggerty Andy was the background for the guest speaker, Mrs. Denny Meyer, Superior, who presented an Oebra Kay Stone Debra Kay Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stone of Superior, and Dorcas Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Christensen of Ruskin, will graduate Friday ,Jewell Social Circle Meets Jewell Social Circle met at the home of Mrs. Hugh Gillilan on Thursday for an all-day meeting and covered dish dinner at noon. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. Walter Czirr, Mrs. Jesse Fuller, Mrs. J. A. Rhoads, Mrs. Morton Jensen and Mrs. Guy Loop. Piecing a quilt, and embroidering was the order of the day. Lucky Twelve Card Club Meets May 10 The Lucky Twelve Card Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wortman on May 10. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon School and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Windhorst. High prizes were won by Mrs. Donald Bran& and Art Achterberg. Low prizes were won by Mrs. Art Achterberg and Donald Brandt. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Te banquet that evening, Mrs. Hunter will hold open house for them at her home, in honor of class member Elmo Phillips, her brother. Of the. 25 members who graduated in 1913, 21 were stiJ, living at the time of the golden anniversary. Seventeen at- tended the reunion in Superior. Only one death has occurred, that of Sadie Matthews Hiber of Superior. It is hoped 12 will be present for the-60th anniversary ob- servance, exemplifying the motto they chose so long ago-- "Finished (60 years) Yet Beginning" (another decade). names The annual FFA Parents and Member Awards banquet was Dorcas Christensen from the Lincoln General Hospital School of Nursing at Lincoln. Miss Stone will begin her nursing career at Lincoln General Hospital, Lincoln, while Miss Christensen will be employed at the Thayer County Memorial Hospital, Hebron. Commencement exercises will be held at the St. Paul Methodist Church in Lincoln. Dr. Richard Garlinghouse will address the class. Farewell For Mrs. White And Mrs. Harvey A 7 o'clock luncheon was held April 26 at the First Presbyterian Church, given as a farewell for Mrs. Carroll Harvey, who will be moving to Myton, Utah, and for Mrs. Helen White, who will move to Lincoln. Tables were decorated with baskets of spring flowers. Easter lilies were also used in the decorating theme. Entertainment was what friends can do with flowers and music. Special guests were Mrs. Ethel Harvey, Mrs. Ted Schott and Mrs. James Johnson. A gift with best wishes was presented to each of the honorees. Thirty-one were in at- tendance. Rebekahs Have A Mother's Day Dinner, Program The Rebekah Lodge en- tertained at a Mother's Day dinner in the Lady Vestey Room, Hotel Leslie, Monday evening, May 7. Mrs. W. L. Willcox, noble grand, presided with Mrs. M. J. Rhoads assisting. The honored guests were seated at the head table. Mrs. Wanda Hutt was the only one who had her mother, Mrs. Mary McGowan, as a guest. The other Rebekah members brought friends. A Mother's Day program followed the dinner. "Thirty-six were present. FFA senior each year. This year's award went to Ron Tucson Couple Honored At Dinner Friday A covered dish dinner was held Friday evening by the Rebekah Lodge of Hardy, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyatt, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of Tucson, Ariz. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gunn, Mrs. Fred Sowles and Mrs. Jake King of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright, Mrs. E. G. Perry, Mrs. Alvin Mickelsen, Pastor and Mrs. Peter Trucano and Mrs. Earl Crandall. Students, Teacher Entertain Mothers The students of Bostwick school and their teacher, Mrs. Clarence C. Wilton, honored the mothers of the district at a coffee Monday morning at the school. Several songs were sung by the pupils and achievement test scores were explained. Those present were Leroy Pointer of Nelson, county superintendent, Mrs. Oscar Kramp, Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Mrs. Bob Keifer, Mrs. Eulin Ebsen, Mrs. Donnie Iliff, Mrs. Harold Gharring, Mrs. Milo Long and Mrs. Frank Delka. Coffee and rolls were served. MISS PAMELA L. OVER- TURF was recently awarded a $200 scholarship at the Nebraska Home Economics Association's annual convention held in Lincoln. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of scholastic and leadership abilities with the stipulation that the recipient be enrolled in home economics in a college or university in Nebraska. Miss Overturf is a junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she is a Textiles and Clothing major. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill OverhJrf of Oak. May 26 Mama Hawkins will leave Saturday, May 26, for London, England, to begin a 40-day tour of Europe and northern Africa. She will visit England, France, Spain, Portugal, Morocco (Africa), Switzerland, Kensington Meets Friday The Order of Eastern Star Kensington met Friday evening at the Masonic Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Chauncy Mikkelsen and Mrs. Frank Brown. After a short business meeting, Miss Nancy Ebeen, in Jewish costume, showed slides and told of her trip to the Holy Land at Christmas time. The serving table, covered with a lace cloth, was centered with a silver bowl of deep purple French lilacs. Silver candle holders with white candles stood at either side. Mrs. Opal Livingood was at the coffee service. Guests were seated at another table decorated with a silver bowl with yellow tulips and white lilacs appointed with silver eandleholders and white candles. Hostesses at the next meeting will be Mrs. Emmet Ross and Mrs. Marie Latham. Mrs. JayceeS Meet Monday The Superior grt met Monday at National Bank The president, Johnson, opened report was traveling bake month. A $40 given to the heater: pool. A report was alsO joint installation of and Mrs. Friday. Mrs. was chairman. Mrs. Ra Card Party At Meyer Home Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer entertained at a card party Thursday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Gebers, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Sehiermeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Frerichs and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter. High scores were won by Mrs. Porter and Mr. Gebers and low score by Mr. Frerichs. ern at the city library which the Mrs. charge. Mrs. HutchinSon Jerry Steinke Ul state At this Peterson m a state vice- the Mrs. Jaycee Seever a candidate president of the Js Mrs. Ma, Mrs. Presley charge of bingo the Good Mrs. Oweh Mrs. Dick Re~ to the awards The next Monday, June the Security room. Baby Shower Italy, Greece, Austria, Ger- Chad many, Denmark, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. After returning, Mrs. Hawkins will make her home in Oklahoma City, Okla., where she has been hired to teach ecology and humanities at Yukon Junior High School for the 1973-74 school year. She has taught in Superior the past three years. A baby home of Mrs. May 1 in honor Schnakenberg. guests vresent grandmothers, at aunts, cousins, arid: evening was games and Lynn Schnakenberg ~ many gifts. Lunch by Mrs. Verlin Elliott Jagels Janssen of Hastings. Mrs. intermill Club Hostess The Valley Monday with termill. The meeting singing "Let'S Together" and Grace," Dale Crispin on Mrs. Interrnill business meeting. read from Division of the Mrs. Gentlemen Visits Chapters Mrs. Alice Gentleman, state president of the American War Mothers, was entertained by the two Omaha chapters last Monday. Tuesday she attended apron day at the Veterans Hospital in Omaha. Wednesday she attended the Blair chapter meeting and Thursday she attended the picnic dinner for all volunteers of the Vetereans Hospital at Grand Island. Y-Teen Silver Tea At Nelson A Y-Teen silver tea was held Commerce in in Nelson last Thursday af- the club to ternoon. Miss Susan Ruhga, the city daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An interesting Marvin Ruhga, was chosen program was queen. She received a white Crispin, Miss R~ Bible and a bouquet of red Mrs. Raymond roses. Many from Nelson and Intermill and the surrounding area were in Webber sang ,, attendance. "Whispering The next 25 with Mrs. Roy Husbands Guests Of Club Members The Webber V-Club ladies entertained their husbands at a dinner in the Colonial Room at the Hill Top Thursday evening. Mrs. Raymond Leece and Mrs. Wanda Hurt were hostesses. Cards were played after the dinner. The next meeting will be in September. The Superior scription in advance in $6.00 a year elsewl~e States, Ten cents Second claSS P( Superior, weekly by the Company, Iflc., Street, Superior,