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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June g, 1983 !3 e ments 'eSocial E Monday, June 13 PEO meets at the home of Iva Mae Upton, 9:30 a.m. 80th Birthday The children and grand- children of Mary Warneking cordially invite you to an 80th birthday anniversary open house Sunday, June 12, Leslie Hotel, Superior. 2 to 4 p.m. Your presence is the only gift desired. lC 40th Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahreos invite you to a 40th wedding anniversary open house Sunday, June 12, at the Angus Church of Christ, 2 to 4 p.m. Your presence is the only gift desired. 22-2c Mrs o The St. Mary's Cathedral, Mormon, Jolyrm Skow and Cindy Grand Island, was the scene of Wolf. Community Shower Mr. and Mrs. David Jorgensen (former Lorna Eitzmann) will be honored at a Hardy community shower June 18, 9 a.m., St. Paul Lutheran Church basement. All ladies invited. 23-2c Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wadley, Superior, hosted a dinner Sunday for relatives and close friends at the Leslie Hotel, in 8liver Anniversary Vernon and Glenns Kitten of observance of their golden the wedding of Diane Marie C~inUy Hayes attended theGrand Island will celebrate wedding anniversary. Fruchtl and Darrell Lynn Kile, guest book. their 25th wedding anniversary Friday, May 27. Father Robert Personal attendants were atanepennouso~aturday, June Diedre Black and Cathy Circe. 18, 5 to 7 p.m., with a dance CoLlege graduates will be featured The Superi " Express will have a feature page for all college graduates in the area. Please bring or mail the pictures and idormation to this ,office before Saturday noon. 50 years; ~m lery, Stockton, Kan., Loraine ey, Lebanon, Kan., Zela Ruggles, Smith Center, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCartey, Washington, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Philiipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wadloy were married at Mankato by County Judge Kissinger, June 14, 1933. Mrs. Wadley was Uua Mac Logan before her marriage. Following the dinner, Mrs. Lee Williams cut and served the three tiered anniversary cake, decorated in white with yellow roses. Mrs. Orlin Bargen at- tended the guest book, signed by 33 guests, Guests from a distance at- salesman Mrs. Steve Gunn honored at gift shower Wednesday Mrs. Steve Gunn, Superior, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at the United Methodist Church fellowship hall Republic. Following a short program Mrs, Gnnn opened her gifts, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Paul Rathhun, and his mother, ddi g S,m .nd we n Jonnie Andersen carried the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knehans The serving table was celebrated their 60th wedding decorated in blue with a blue anniversary at an open house floral centerpiece. The held at the Centennial Lutheran hostesses served open-faced Church Fellowship Hall, sandwiches, nuts, mints, coffee Superior, Sunday, May 29. and tea. Many relatives and friends The shower was hosted by the were in attendance. Republic High School Class of They were married on May 1967, Ila and Cindy Swartz, Elva 28, 1923, at Zion Lutheran and Pat Harmon, Lela and Teri Church south of Lawrence. Van Meter, Evelyn and Debbie The serving table was cen- Miller, Velds and Betty Fischer tered with a three-tier cake and Elmer Daugherty, Carolyn baked by their daughter, Leona Simms and Dolly Jennings. Moxham. Hosting the event were the couples children: Mr. and Mrs. Arel (Melva) Stanley, Camp- bell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster performed the double- Community shower ring ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Special guests included their following at the United given in honor Parents of the couple are Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Veterans Hall, Grand Island. and Mrs. Lewis Fruchtl, Grand Lewis FruchtlandMr. and Mrs. Hosting the event are their Island. and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Louis Twardowski of Penn- children. Relatives and friends The honorees have lived in of Miriam Hiller Kile, Superior. sylvania, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur are invited. 23-2c Superior since 1951. He is a car Miriam Hi ller, who will Beverly Kile, Hastings, sister Wormuth, Blue Hill, and Mr. for Alexander become the bride of Mark of the bridegroom, was and Mrs. Lyle Kile, Bladen. tending were Emily Obert Motors, Inc., and Mrs. Wadley Galbraith July 17 at Ft. Ran- organist. Vocalists were Clay Other honored guests were Mr. Honor Sue Barrett ScoR, Lydia Exline and is employedat Superior som, N.D., was honored at a Anderson, Ashland, and Mary and Mrs. Eldon Lewis, at bridal shower Gardner, Omaha, Lorna Jewelers. community pre-nuptlal shower Larson, Lawrence, Kan. Kenesaw. at Bethany Fellowship Hall in teen-age anmvers (Leona) Moxham, ! and Mrs. Superior, Mr. Kneheas, Duane Knehans, Marvin Calif., was casion. It was Nebraska with brothers and years. Mr. and Mrs. 12 grandchildren grandchildren. A card of con received from Mrs, Ronald is. fin, Guitarist was Rosanne Lukasiewicz, Grand Island. David and Joseph Renter, Grand island, were can- dlelighters and altar boys. Elizabeth Renter, Grand Island. was flower girl and Douglas Fruchtl, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride chose for her wedding a floor-length gown of chantilace and sheerorganza. Seed pearls dotted the chan- tilace which formed her high neckline and the V effect on her bodice. Her sheerganza sleeves featured chantilace cuffs, and her empire waistline was 'en-: circled with chantilace.~ Covered buttons added back interest. The A-line skirt featured a double ruffle of sheerganza, topped with lace. 'Fne semi-c.athedral-length train featured cascading ruffles of sheerganza topped with lace. Maid of honor was Karen l,h-uchtl, Grand Island, sister of the bride. Bridesmatrons were Mary Harder, Grand Island, Devis Fruchtl. Fayetville, Ark., sister-in-law of the bride, and Shannon Hansen, Dallas, Texas. They wore identical dalphne rose gowns of tinaseta. Best man was Jeff Alexander, Lincoln, and groomsmen were Mitch Gloor, Fullerton, Kirk Sholea, lnman, and Blaine Lowe, Manhattan. Ushers were Dennis and Steven Fruchtl, Grand Island, brothers of the bride, Ed James, Hastings, and Ron Lewis, Kearney. LuciUs Klein, Dresher, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Petersen, Superior, were hosts at a reception and dance held at Liederkranz, Grand Island. Servers were Lauie Hewitt, Lori American Legion Auxiliary has meeting Monday The American Legion Following a wedding trip to Elsie Ruhga, Donna Holteen St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, the and Marjorie Adamson, Nelson, newlyweds will be at home in hosted a bridal shower for Sue Ames, Iowa. Barrett, Edgar, Sunday af- Mr. and Mrs. Kile both ternoon in the Nelson graduated from Hastings Presbyterian Church. She will College in 1982. He is attending he married to Bill McCutchan. graduate school at Iowa State Eighteen and the honored University. guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swanstrom, Oak, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Anne Marie, to Michael P. McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. PatrickMcCoy, Lincoln. Miss Swanstrom is a 1978 graduate of Davenport High School, She attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and is a 1983 graduate of the University of.Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha. Miss Swanstrom is employed as a physical therapist at Madonna Protessienal Care Center, Lincoln. MCCoy is currently attendin2 the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where he is studying life sciences and psychology. He is also employed part-time at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Lincoln. The couple plan a July 9 wedding at Oak First Com- munity Church. The Webber High School Alumni met May 27 at the Leslie Hotel. A 7 o'clock dinner was served to 80 members and guests. Sunday afternoon, May 29. The following program was Monica Shambaugh, 18, representing presented before the honered daughter of Roland and Carol guest opened her many gifts; a Shambaugh, Superior, has Rico for the vocal duet by Mrs. Glen been selected as a finalist in the National Teen-Ager : Schiermeyer and Mrs. John 1983 Nebraska National Teen- Eckerd College honor class- represented with Debus, accompanied by Mrs. T. Ager Pageant to be held June Petersburg, Fla., award two the following members in at- V. Kastrup; readings by Mrs. 24, 25 and 26 at Hastings scholarships to tendance: Carrie Wyatt Roth. Dennis Schiermeyer; a piano College. child, Stella Dugas Meier, solobyMrs. Paul Herman ; and citizenship Emma Fulton Booker, Vera a vocal solo by Krlstin Hansen, The Nebraska National Teen- ($I,000 a year Ross Thompson, Dale Taylor accompanied by Mrs. Alan Ager Pageant is the official $10,000reglonal The group was entertained and Myron lntermill. Each was Boozikee. state finals to the Miss,National a $20,000 tuition with violin music by Fits West, presented a carnation. Refreshments in keeping with TeenAger Pageant which is the national accompanied on the piano by Carnations were also the bride's chosen colors were,, on national television dinner. Hunter, and by a male presented to Faye Edgar served from a -table centered each year in August from Fort Contestants will be quartet from Church ofMclntyre of the ciass of for with a+ flm'a 'ente' and Meyer, Fla. scholastic Christ accompanied on the guitar by Brett Conaway. Myron Intermili, president, presided at the business meeting. The 1933 Class was the Orpha Lee Perry hosts a coffee for friends Orpha Lee Perry, Hardy, hosted a coffee Tuesday, May 31, in honor of several friends who were here to attend the Hardy alumni banquet. The honored guests were her sister, Helen Myers, Denver, Edna Tucker, Rohnert Park, Calif., Hazel Myers Fox, Salinas, Calif., and Charlotte Peckham, who was celebrating her birthday. Other guests were Alice Loop, Mabel Crandall, Dagmar Lance, Bula Clark and Esther Wyatt, coming the greatest distance flanked on githei" side with . winner of the Nebraska leadership, poise, and to Marie Graham Crispin of lighted tapers, pageant will receive a $500 cash and appearance. the class of 1914 for being the Hostesses were mothers of scholarship, a $4,000 tuition swimsuit corn oldest graduate present.Miss Hiller's classmates of scholarship to Himtings College, contestant will Officers for next year are as Ruskin High School, class of a $4,000 tuition scholarship to the National follows: Jack Russell, 1970. president; Mary Sorrells, vice Miss Hiller was honored at a president; Emma Booker, personal shower given by secretary; and Russell several'of her classmates on Thomas, treasurer. Saturday evening. Mallam to national student Mary Pat Mallam, Superior High School junior, will be one of 1,500 student council leaders and advisers attending the 47th National Conference of the National Association of student Councils (NASC) and National Association of Student Activity Advisers (NASAA) June 26-30 in Shawnee, Kan.. near Kansas City. With a theme of "Leadership Begins In The Heart," the Milikin University of Decatur, m., a full Barbizon modeling scholarship and an an-expense paid trip to Florida to compete with 52 other state winners council teer service by five Superior Highland members bridal conference program will andMrs. Bill MallaP , Superior. The Highland present workshop sessions on While attending Superior High hosted a shower Sunday afterm leadership skills, effective School, she has been a member Brian Grueber student government projects of the Student Council for three Stromberger and student activity program years. development. Delegates, representing every state, United States territories, and several foreign countries, will take part in an exchange of of the club, ideas and discuss social, served. educational and political issues. Mallam is the daughter of Mr. Bothwell installed Installation of officers of and Judi Sorensen, Hardy, Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 66, aunts of the honored queen, was held at the Masonic Hall, Sherryl Zoltenko, and LuAnn Superior, June 5, at 2 p.m Piper, Hardy, and Ann Wfllett, Shelly Bothwell was installed as Superior. honored queen. Installing officer for this Jody Rust and Audra Willett service was Royalee Rhosds, Auxiliary met at the Legiou ~'t~Jl[" were, installed as senior and past honored aueen. Ir~talling Hall Monday evening. Past Vres ,:.erian women meet j.nior princesses. Angela presidents reported having Hanson was installed as ~_ ~d.v e~,~., ~. 'cl ck I nch marshal, Michelle Piper as .otel Leslie with Helen Denny for 1 o o u eon chaplain, Melodee Swthart as Ruth N=en tesses. recorder-treasurer, Michelle Courtesy committee reported The Womeu's Association of companied by ,,RhondaNorris as first messenger, calling on Bernice Sheets. A the First United Presbyterian t ressley, , sang Jacob s Stephanie Shaw as second I. lt memorial will be sent to the Church met for a i o'clock Ladder,",,'Lord,,! Want toBe a messenger, Kristina Stone as Methodist Church. luncheon last Christian and God Be With fifth messenger, Janelle Langer Five certificates for flying the -' - afternoon You Till We Meet Again Hostesses for the . as senior custodian and Heather .... were Mrs. Willard Springer, Chorus members are Angle Nielsen as junior custodian. The honored queen's theme of "If Only YOU l~lieve" was carried out by the vocalists, JeAnne Edwards and Sandra Bothwell, who sang "If You Only Believe," and "Turn Around." Her colors were pastek, yellow, pink and green. Hosts for the occasion were Jeff and Nancy Edwards, Lincoln, cousins of the honored eueen. American flag under light were framed and presented to the Elks, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Ideal Cement, Agrex and Salem Lutheran Church. It was decided to buy a dozen American flags for the elementary school rooms. The nominating committee presented the following slate of new officers; Judy Meyer, president; Joyce Howard, vice president; Jackie Stone, treasurer. A secretary had not been named. The chaplin prayed the closing prayer. Host card party The Bible bearer was Lamin Zoltenko, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Zoltenko, Hardy. The queen's flowers were presented by Matthew Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Edwards, Mrs. Wylie Jensen, Mrs. Thompson, Amy Jensen, Charles Van Nortwick and Mrs. Tommy Butler, Amber Nelson, Ed Stonecyphor. Michelle Butler, Libby Baird, Mrs. Mason Ely, vice Mike Thompson, Adam Dolka, president, presided at the Jennifer Jensen. Cassldy business meeting. McCord, Tracy Nelson, Mrs. Pleasant Wommer gave Shannon McCord, Scott Baird. a devotion, basing it on the Jamie Blackstone, David Ely, reconciliation of all Teresa Erickson and Kelly Presbyterians which is oh-Thomps . served on June 1 and entitled David Ely closed the program "We S~rch rFO~ W~ole~." with a prayer. A program presented by the children the church. Individual piano selections Entertain Hi Lo were played by L/bby Baird, Shannon McCord, Jennifer Pincohle Club Jensen, Scott Baird, Teresa Hardy, and Aaron Renz, son d Mr. and Mrs, Dale Uhr- EricksoB, KellyThompaenmd Virginia Lewis, Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Renz, Nora, macher and family hosted a Rhonda Grsssiey. A flute trio, entertained the Hi Lo Pinochle nephew of the honored queen. Yvonne Sack and Daphne card party Saturday evening. P ...clmlle Kim Ertcks Club May 26. High score was Risewick attended the Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and Katie Butler, played "Mo won by Wills Soren m and low guest Ande en and family, Jewell, River" and the theme from "Ice scorers were Linda Biltoft,book.. and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Uhr- Castles." Clarls Samsula and Sandy Servers at the reception were reacher and family. The Junior chorus, ac- Rode ml. Barbara Bothwell, Mankato, married July NASC and NASAA are Jacobitz and Mrs. sponsored by the national were incharged Association of Secondary School Prineipais (NASSP), a 34,000- member professional educational association based in Reston, Vs., just outside the nation's capital. The couple were comforter, made Attend Oak church A good sized the annual, pot- dinner of the guide was Lori Renz, sister of installing junior custodian, Cemetery Associs the honored queen; installing Dlanne Wyatt; and installinlg the First dining room SundaY flag bearer, Jill Scripter. Honored guests attending the occasion were the honored L.,seen's grandparents, Mr. and Nels Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. marshall, Becky Edwards; installing recorder, Liz Clark; installing chaplain, Margaret Schaaf; installing musician, Arlene Renschler; installing senier custodian, Mona Schaaf; Shelly Bothwell, center front, was installed honored queen of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 66, Sunday at the Masonic Hall. The officers, first row, from left, are: Melodee Swihart, recorder-treasurer; Jody Rust, senior princess; Honored Queen Bothwell; Audra Willett, junior princess; and Angela Hanson, marshal. Second row: Janelle Langer, senior custodian; Heather Nielsen, junior custodian; Stephanie Shaw, second messenger; Kristine Stone, fifth messenger; Michelle Piper, chaplain; and Michelle Norris, first messenger. --Express Photo The business followed president, Screggin, assisting. The box has by Ray Lacey, Oak Grove sign, Was Oak by Bill Leonard Scroggin. fence was proved for the side of the year. Ferguson Scroggin were in charge of this voted to have dinner in next year, The meeting is p.m. honored second Blake Virehow on his second at the home and Mrs. Davenport. were Mr. and Superior, Nikki Gowan, Anderson, Mrs. Richard daughters, also had supper $