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SHS Class of 1965 celebra,00,es , ;0 year reunion Mike Richard Andersen Ball Steve Connie Brown Bruns Arlene AI Judith Mike Banks Blankenship Boese Borowicz Betty Nancy Butler Cassens Melvin Nancy Linda Maynard John Clabaugh Crispin Crook Larry Braye II Linda Brown Jim Cuffman Dennis Donald Mickey John Ron Barbara Diehl Diehl Dooley Ebsen Ehlers Eiel EIledge Fuller Members of the Superior High School Class of 1965 will be returning to Superior this weekend to observe the 50th anniversary of their graduation. The Class of 1965 was the first to graduate from the present high school building. For perhaps the fn'st time in the school's history commencement activities were held within the school building. From 1938 through 1964 commencement activities were held in City Auditorium. Prior to 1938 commencement activities were held in places like the Superior Opera House and the Junior High Gymnasium. High school graduation has been an annual tradition in Superior since the first class of 1885. As the first class to graduate from the high school on West Eighth Street the school yearbook staff chose for the annual's end sheet photos pictures of the new and old school buildings. Mickey Ehlers was editor and Kathie Jantz assistant editor of the yearbook. In the forward to the year book it was written, "The look has been changed but not the outlook at Superior High School. The functional effi- ciency of the new building stands in marked contrast to the one built in 1908. School opened in the new building on Aug. 31, 1965." James Warren was superintendent of schools. The school secretary was Judy Corman. Faculty members included Raymond Richards, princi- pal, Eldon Aeschliman, athletic director and football coach, Beth Bohling, English, Gene Bruening, industrial arts, George Campbell, science and math, Minnie Campbell English and library, die Engleson, general science, Roy Equall, vocational agriculture, Eleanor Harriger, voca- tional homemaking, Susan Hiatt, French and English, Lois Hunter, algebra, Gary Kile, commercial arts and track coach, Kenneth Major, history and basketball coach, Linda Moulton, vocal music, Marjorie Smith, English, Thursday, Iy 21, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Federal Savings & Loan Association, C. Blue's Western Auto, Servisoft, Superior Style Shoppe, Safeway, Su- perior Auto Wrecking, Winebar Plumbing & Heating, Shaw-Baird- Stubbs Insurance, Farmer' s State Bank, Chard Drug Store, Alberta's Fashion Center, Clabangh Appliance, North- western Mutual Life Insurance Com- pany, Superior Transfer, Farmer's Union Co-Op Creamery, J. C. Penney Company, Superior Launderama, Brown's Shoe Fit, Kurly Kone, Red' s Tire Service, Hill Oil Company, Valley Lumber Company, Ideal Mar- ket, Farmer's Union Co-op Associa- tion Mill, Mearns Implement Com- pany, Norris Recreation, Security Na- tional Bank, Abbott's Dairy, Mullet Hardware and Appliance, Superior Clinic with Drs. T. E. Kiekhaefer and Paul J. Hallgrimson, Christensen's, Beck Plumbing & Heating, Victory Cuff, AI Schleif's Southern Nebraska Feed Store, Superior Cleaners, Wallace Dairy Equipment, Hill TopCafe, KRFS Radio, Mullet Funeral Home, Dairy Queen, Crest Theatre, Animal Hospi- tal with Drs. D. E. Kinyoun, R. W. McNabb and J. R. Ayers, Shifter Ford Tractor, and Superior-Deshler Propane, Members of the senior class in- cluded Mike Andersen, Richard Ball, Arlene Banks, AI Blankenship, Judith Boese, Mike Borowicz, Larry Braye, Linda Brown, Steve Brown, Connie Bruns, Betty Butler, Nancy Cassens, Linda Clabaugh, Maynard Crispin, John Crook, Jim Curfman, Dennis Diehl, Donald Diehl, Melvin Dooley, neth Kimminau, Gerald Kuhlmann, Jill Knnce, Janene I.,eece, John Lima, Pat Lyne, Pare Mariska, Diana Marshall, .Nancy Maxey, Janice McCord, Ruth McKevitt, Delmer Meyer, Connie Moore, Sherry Moran, Bill Nelson, Fred Nielsen, Raymond Norris, Tim O'Neill, Stun Quy, Marlyn Rathbun; Angela Ridle, Bill Rogers, Judy Sch0tt, Land Shotzman, Connie Suavely, Jerry Soukop. Pat Squires, Marsha Stubbs, Regie Thayer, Judy Thomas, Justin Thompson, Carrie Thurber, Jo Ann Tieskoetter, Mike Tumbleson, Robert Webber, John Wharton, Don Willett, Duane Willett and Anita Williams. You're Invited I 70th Anniversary A card shower is requesled for Gorman and Arlene Foley on their 70th wedding anniversary, May 27. Cards may be sent to them at: 1600 N. Harrison St., Room 213, O'Neill, NE 68763 21-1c National honor society inducts 110. students at UNK The University of Nebraska at Keamey chapter of Phi Eta Sigma na- tional honor society inducted 110 new student members at its initiation ban- quet April 19. Students who are invited to join Phi Eta Sigma have earned a GPA of at least 3.5 during their first year at UNK. The UNK chapter, chartered in 1984; jouma sm and speech Jo00Mi s ms00men00 music Lunch room cooks were Grace Young, Mrs. Howard Thompsen, Mrs. Ercell Burgess, Mrs. Clell Zeigler and Mrs. Paul Jones. The custodial staff was composed of Leon Morris, Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen, Ervin Essinger, Ercell Burgess and Harvey Bradley. The men also served as bus drivers. Members of the school board were Keith Eiel, Don Nancy Ebsen, Mickey Ehlers, John Eiel, Ron Elledge, Barbara Fuller, engages in campus and community I Bill Gratopp, Jeanie Gray, Robert service and promotes scholarship Gray, Robert Hale, Dean Harig, Sam through annual awards to selectedchap- i:i  Hayes, Rudie Hill, Mary Hobelman, ter members. New members include Savannah Lin Huffman, Pat Intermill, Kathy Goodali, Hardy; Emily Ostdiek, Jantz, Nancy Jensen, Wylie Jensen, Lawrence; and Kendra Schiermeyer,  Hansen, Howard Blatchford, Gerald Cox, W. H. Upton Steve Johanson, Carl Johnson, Ken- Nelson. Bill deanie Robert Robert Dean Sam qudie Mary and Ormond Norgaard. . c''TS (;l,r't "" "'"  "''""' Hari , Ha,,es Hill Hobelman Senior class activities included the restoration ot an . "-  .  Gratopp  Gray Gray ..... u ' '''   abandoned cemetery in Catherland. In exchange for not  .upen House "-_ 00avm00as00niorsnea0000ri00,0000e00'00sswa00000000t0000wo000000 O; a s at the end of the school ear in addition to being " ,v , r . jr _J d y Y . .. a J  LJ excused from semester exams.  Sundav, Mav 31o 1-3 a.rn. Superior VFW -,,  I'=   "The Teahouse of the August Moon" was the senior }.' " -- -- : ::    play given in May 3 and 4. Thirty seniors helped with the  118 S. Central, Supen0r, Neb. X'/: 'lml   presentation of the play. " 'tonat,nn IAI,.lFmn 3:" was .-v 11 VlIII I I 'Lj / t 1 ml l The class float entered in the homecoming parade " ' Y . ..... award first place in effort . Ildl/00I IK I lltl Theclass sponsored tle Snow Ball Dance on Dec. 21 ' or cards m.ay be sentto her_a_t: Pat Kaihy Nancy Wylie Steve Carl Kenneth in the new school's "student area.  941 E. 2na, unerior, NE 68978 %, Intermill Jen'sen Johanson Johnson Kimminau The yearbook noted extracurricular activities were 91. =,, 5   r- -,-,"  .,    second to academic interest as the seniors consistently led .,g.liir,''r:ll*:.a.':-,.,'.-'-'- -'-"     high It r-. v, 7 **. -- the school honor roll. . a 1   In addition to appearing at all home football and  .lltiq VVP(l(lllqO"/Alqlq17prarl/ i ...............  l basketbal games, the 102-piece marching band made out  i ' i  l:-i   of town trips to Grand lsland and Hastings, ledtheKid s II "l,m,l ,-.n,-1 /k.,ll-l "l/[,.,l..,,,..r | ii: l  /  Day and Homecoming parades through downtown Supe- | J.J. t;;t, lt at I.Ikl. Z'lkl.Ul.l,l. Ill taX_lit t - ][-  l   rior, opened the downtown Christmas shopping season | _ . . . .-i .| and played for the dedication of the new combination I Please lore us m a Country Western Celebration I" "  l  tennis court and ice skating rink located east ot the City  ' " I - |  of 50 Good Ole Years of Marrlaoe _ = :  .....  Park Swimming Pool.   | Gerald Pat Pam Diana Nancy The86-oiececoncertbandgaveaChristmasconcerton | tFa,t-t{:tr "k/':ttr ' ") R ,- rn I -- kg.lLl, lbLlI. Ml, lt .L1r.i.l[,,g .n. L U t Kuhlmann Kunce Lmn Lyne  ,Mariska Marshall Maxey Dec. 13. " j ' ,7 ff - 1 J" " j  *  Linda Brown and Larry Braye were picked as the  --.., ffi ,, -- - . ,t me mtascnmann taome      oueen and kin of homecoming. The Bobby Lane Band  -: "| .   .'  Ilay,d for the homecoming dance. The school' s pep club = ' 4749 Road M, Ruskin, NE 68974 "i" 1   Sixty-twomembersoftheFutureS"ditistsofAmerica ' ,.,-t . .......... ..ukatjt 17teut;.i., ...... . | :: I   club attend the science fair held at Kearney. The club was  = - = - - = - - : - -'mtii,ml    l the second chartered in the United States and the first in -- '- -- r- ...... ....  .... . . ar  l: ll /  [ i" vl Nebraska. Itwas founded dunng the 1961 schoolye . mi //i m m ii The football schedule started Sept. 11 and concluded ---- .a ,, : m i...m mm. Nov. 6. Games were played with Deshler, Central City, ' 1 'h Qltqt I" V/'i 1 Bill Frea .J. LI,4t. LJ.' .L . t Janice Ruth Delmer Connie Sherry Aurora, Sutton, Wilber, Nelson, Wymore, Hebron and McCord Nelson Tim O'Neill Jerry Soukop Mike Tumbleson McKevitt :!iiiii!i -Stan Quy Pat Squires Robert Webber Meyer Marlyn Rathbun I The Express Policy ! The Express will publish engagement announcements, wedding photographs and accompanying intormation without charge. Wedding pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding.  AlthoughTheExpress doesnot 'charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right to give space preference to couples who purchase their wedding invitations, programs and other supplies from The Express. Anniversary' pictures are published with a report after the observance. Pictures may be iincluded in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. ,iThere is a 15-cent per word charge ,for inclusion in the "You're Invited" column on pase 3. Information received in writing ;by 4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that week's paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted.  Marsha Regie Stubbs Thayer John Wharton klielsen ! Judy Lana Schott Shotzman I Judy Carrie Jo Ann Thomas Thurber Tieskoetter Duane Willett Don Willett Justin Thompson III Anita Wiilliams | Everyone is invited toa 70th Birthday party for Ray Biltoft Saturday, May 30 - 7 p.m. at the Super=or Country Club No gifts please. Thank You [ Just saying thank you does not seem adequate enough for all the help we received on Thursday, May 7 after the ,. tornado hit. t To shut down your business, take a day off of work or : stop working on your own farm to help others in their time of need is so incredible. Then there were the ones that provided food and water. [ What a blessing that was. The prayers were greatly appre- ciated. Johnny McCutcheon, Brian McCutcheon and Family Raymond Norris Geneva. The basketball schedule included games with Belleville, Holdrege, St. Cecilia, Franklin, Harvard, Cen- tral City, Ord, Red Cloud, York, Deshler, Geneva, Hebron, Tecumseh, Aurora, Nelson, Sutton, Fairbury, Grand Island Central Catholic, Cozad and St. Cecilia. The Wildcats finished 8 and 12 and second in the Southern Nebraska Conference. The team advanced as far as the semi-finals in district play. Sweetheart Dance royalty included Pat Intermill as queen and John Crook as king. Seventy-seven members of the class received diplomas Connie as an estimated audience of 1,200 looked on, a record Suavely setting number for a Superior High School commencement service. Businesses purchasing advertisements in the yearbook included The Superior Express, Union Hotel Coffee Shop, Slusher Furniture, Ray Ruth's, Superior Bowl, Farmers Aerial Spraying, Superior Bakery, Byfield's Garage, Supe- rior Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Superior Floral, Alexander Motors, B & S Tire Market, Denny Furniture, Troudt's Men's Clothing, Whitney Insurance, Scoular- Bishop Grain, Superior Lockers, Morris and Anderson Motor Company, Ideal Cement Company, Tenth Street Jack & Jill, Leslie's Radio & TV, Deuel Pharmacy, First 20 Years Ago Helen Marie & LeonardErickson Wedding Anniversary ....... . x'-r Leonard Erickson Celebrates his 9oth Birthday Sunday, May 31 His daughters am requesting a cardshower Please send cards to Leonard Eriekson 3768 Road C Superior, NE 68978 The family of Wilber "Joe" Becker would like to thank all those who remembered them with thoughts and prayers, calls, cards, food, flowers or memorials. All of the acts of kindness did not go unnoticed. We would also like to thank Dr. Blecha and the nursing staff and employees of Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Also, thank you to the EMT's and the Home Helalth Care of Jewell county. All were very much appreciated. Betty Becker; Neil "Sam" Becker and Family; Shirley Fischer and Family; Lori Carter and Family r Congratulations " Keenan Tucker on your High School Graduation Mom, Dad Grandma and Grandpa Watson L ..... _1 ZING GRACE ADVENTUREs ":  , " ....  ..... You're Invited--to VBS! Monday, May 25-Friday, May 29 5:30 p.m. Supper-8:15 p.m. Dismissal For more Information call 402-879-3137 Centennial Lutheran Church 855 N. Dakota St. Superior, Neb. 21.15