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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 15, 1972 ! Patricia Fuller Weds Thomas Wilson June 4 Patricia Ellen Fuller, Ron Pelage was best man and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Fuller of the Warwick community, near Republic, became the bride of Thomas Allen Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson of Nelson, Sunday afternoon, June 4, at 3 o'clock in the Union Church of Hardy. Pastor Peter D. Trucano performed the double- ring ceremony. Altar decorations were bouquets of white mums and blue carnations and seven- branched candelabra. The church pews were marked with blue and white ribbon bows. Miss Marcia Pedersen, organist, played the wedding music and accompanied Alfred Hanson who sang, "Each for the Other" and "The Wedding Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an A-line gown of white lace over satin with long sleeves. The veil of lace fell to a long, lace trimmed train. She carried a bouquet of blue and white stephanotis. Miss Dabble Fuller served her sister as maid of honor. Bride's attendants were Miss IAllian Wilson, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Vicki Todd. All were dressed in identical A-line gowns of blue crepe with white polka dots. The candlelighters were Darrel Fuller and Steve Shorey. Tina Caron was flower girl and Scott Wroughton was ring bearer. Kristin Henry To Play With Lions Bands Kristin Henry, McPherson High School junior, has been chosen to participate in the 1972 AU-State Lions Band and Lions International Convention Band this summer. A committee of Kansas band- men selected the band mem- bers from students over the state of Kansas who had been recommended by their school band directors. Members of the All-Kansas Lions International Convention Band are chosen from the All-State Band. The band members, who are sponsored by their local Lions Club, met in Salina, May 29, and terminated with a morning parade and evening concert Saturday. Those band members going to the International Convention  meet in Haven, Ken., on Saturday, June 24, and will leave Wichita for Mexico City on Monday, June 26. The band will return to Wichita July 2. KriStin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Henry of McPherson and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry of Hardy. Besides being a private clarinet student of Mrs. David Lowe of Lindsborg, she is active in the McPherson High School Symphonic band, Chamber Orchestra, Marching One-hundred, Pep band and as a baton twirler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry are former teachers in Jewell, Ken. groomsmen were Carl Mueller and Bill Hoffman. The bridegroom and his attendants wore business suits. The ushers were Dean Rowley, Jimmie Fuller, Gary Shaw and Henry Wilson. The mother of the bride wore a blue, bonded knit dress with white side panels. The bridegroom's mother wore a dress with blue lace bodice and a crepe skirt. Mrs. Don Wroughton, sister of the bride, attended the guest book. A reception in Fellowship Hall followed the wedding ceremony. A four tiered wed- cling cake was placed at the center of the serving table with candles at each side and floral decorations. Overhead streamers and wedding bells completed the attractive set- ring. Mrs. Warren Fuller and Mrs. Glenn Shaw served the punch. Mrs. Robert Shaw and Mrs. Danny Dee Fuller poured the coffee. Mrs. Dan Shaw and Mrs. ROn Shorey cut and served the wedding cake. The luncheon was prepared by a group of ladies from the Union Church. The gifts were opened and put on display by Mrs. Ron Shorey, Mrs. Emery Heath, Mrs. Don Wroughton and Mrs. Gary Fuller. The couple went on a three- day trip to Colorado Swings and are now at home to their friends in their new mobile home in east Nelson, where Mr. Wilson is employed by the Farmers Union Co-Op Elevator Association. Club Meets At Ackley Home The North West Country Club met June I at the home of Mrs. Bert Ackley. Mrs. Lloyd Davis and Mrs. Harold Carpenter were guests. Mrs. Robert Woerner, president, conducted h't business meeting. Roll call was answered by "My favorite fruit or vegetable recipe." A letter was read from the county extension club president giving the dates and places of the Nuckolls County extension meetings. A thank you note was read from the supervisor of the Children's Home in Omaha for the cash donation sent to the home. Plans were made for the work the club plans for the Good Samaritan Center in Superior. Mrs. Harry Sorensen gave a very interesting lesson on "Selecting And Preparing Fruits and Vegetables.'" Mrs. Earl Godsey received a birthday gift from her club sister. Mrs. Arthur Thayer won the door prize. Plans were made for the annual family club picnic to be held in the City Park,Superiors Aug. 5 at 6:30. Each member is to bring a dish, the committee will furnish the drink and the club as in years past will furnish ice cream. Cake Decorating Demonstration The Valley View Club met Friday with Mrs. Howard Hamilton, Twenty were present. Mrs. Eugene Purcell presided at the business meeting. She gave a report on the County Extension Council meeting held at Nelson. Mrs. Dix Hansen and Mrs. Chad Wood gave a demon- straiten on cake decorating. The next meeting will be a breakfast at Lovewell Lake June 26. The hostess served refresh- ments. Kerma Sue Headrick Bride Of Alan Crofts Mr. and Mrs. Rex Edward Headrick, Jewell, Kan., an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Kerma Sue, to Alan Walker Crotts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Crotts of Turon, Kan., June 10 in the First Christian Church in Manhattan, Kan. The Rev. Ben Duerfeldt officiated at the 12 o'clock noon ceremony. Melinda Headmick, Jewell, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and John Wilson, Topeka, served as best man. After the ceremony a lun- cheon was held in the Ramada Inn for the couple. Those at- tending, in addition to the honored couple, were: Mr. and Mrs. Rex E. Headrick, Melinda and Sherry of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Crotts, Leigh, Jon and Anne, and Clarence Crotts of Turon; Mr. and Mrs. Clare Roe of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of Topeka. The bride is a graduate of Jewell High School and Kansas State University. Mr. Crotts is a graduate of Fairfield High School and will be a senior at Kansas State University next fall. After a short trip the couple will be at home in Turon for the summer. Ruskin Luther League Honored The Luther League of Bethany Lutheran Church, Ruskin, honored the 1972 con- firmation class, Phillip Simonsen, Lorell Peterson, Danny Renz and Robert Houtwed, at a supper at the Wagon Wheel Inn June 5. Rev. Woodrow Wilson of Geneva was guest speaker. Devotions were given by Pam Simonsen, Diane Schiermeyer led in group singing, Closing prayer was by Pastor Edward Hiller. Miss Pittsenbarger, Myron Eitzmann Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Mancel Pitt- senbarger of Maryville, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marsha Ann, to Myron Leon Eitzmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eitzmann of Hardy. The bride-elect is emp|oyed at the St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha. Her fiance is employed at the Independent Products in Omaha and will be going into the Armed Forces June 21. No wedding date has been set. Mrs. Noblitt Guild Hostess Petsch-Simpson Wedding To Be Winter Event Mr. and Mrs. Jess Petsch of Guide Rock announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy, to Kenneth Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Simpson, also of Guide Rock. Miss Petsch is a Guide Rock igh School graduate and is presently employed at Red Cloud. Mr. Simpson is a graduate of Guide Rock High School and will be a senior at the Univer- sity of Notre Dame in Indiana this fall. A winter wedding is being planned. Entertains For Superior Lady Jim Vinkenherg, one of the Daily Vocational Bible School teachers at Centennial Lutheran Church, took his class to the home of Mrs. Mildred Dye last Friday noon to entertain by singing and showing crafts they had made at Bible school. Cindy Beckler was helper and members of the class were Phil Kiekhaefer, Julia Hill, Pare Muelier, Connie Myers, Bruce Bostelman, Kim Avey and Lori Fintel. 4-H Members At Franklin Camp The District 4-I-I camp was held at the Franklin camv- grounds last Monday through Wednesday. The Nuckolls County 4-H'ers camped with those from Webster and Franklin Counties. Those attending from this area were Brenda Stiles and Sharon Bargen, camp coun- selors; Judy Bargen, Shirley Bates, Kathy Darling, Korene Darling, Becky Edwards, Jackie Fish, Jennifer Gordon, Tommy Martin, Jeanne Meyer, Jeanne Meyer, Tami Verge and Beth Woerner of Superior, Teresa Frahm of Nora, Dabble Kucera, Susie Kucera and Lois Himmelberg of Deweese, and Becky Edwards and Monica Schiueter of Hardy. The Ruskin Presbyterian Guild met at the home of Mrs. Louis Noblitt Thursday af- ternoon. The meeting opened with the song, "I Would Be True." Mrs. F. G. Dillon gave devotions from Psalm 138. The president, Mrs. Kenneth Hansen, presided at the business meeting. The mission sewing was dedicated. Mrs. Dillon led the lesson, based on the book of Ruth. The meeting closed with the song, "Have Thine Own Way Lord." Mrs. Noblitt served assorted sandwiches, strawberry salad, nuts, mints, iced tea and coffee. The June meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harry Ed- wards. Miss Bridwell Will Be A July Bride Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bridwell would like to announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Sandra Kay, to Richard B. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Thomas of Superior. A July wedding is being planned. Mrs. Anderson And Daughter Honored Mrs. Roy Anderson and Dawn of Guide Rock were honored at a baby shower last Wednesday evening at the Security National Bank Com- munity Room. Twenty-six were present. Mrs. Robert Keffer and Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer were hostesses and served lunch, following a social evening and the opening of the gifts. Saturday, June 17 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dance To The Music of The Troubadours V. F.W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Miss Burkett Is Engaged To Thomas Buresh Mrs. Gover Burkett of Ruskin announces the engagement of her daughter, Pamela, to Thomas Lee Buresh, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Buresh of Davenport. No date has been set for the wedding. Open House For Mrs. Amy Hefts Mrs. Amy Hofts, whose 80th birthday was May 10, was honored at a family dinner and afternoon open house at Peace Lutheran church in Deshler on May 14. 14'ifty persons attended the cooperative family dinner. Guests from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Koenke of Dodge City, Ken. A short program was given, with grandson, Stanley Hefts, as master of ceremonies. Pastor Robert Wessels gave a short talk. Granddaughters, Janet and Julie Hefts, and great granddaughters, Londa, Kebra and Rachelle Fintel, recited several short pms dedicated to "Grandmother." Stanley read a "This is Your Life" biography of Mrs. Hefts. The open house was hosted by Mrs. Hefts' five children and their families. Two hundred relatives and friends signed the guest book. Stanley again served as emcee for the following program: vocal solo, Patricia Hofts, granddaughter; humour vocal solo and also the song "M- O-T-H-E-R," Joe Maschamaun, candleleight reading, Patricia and Freddie Hefts and Steven and Scott Brettmann, grand- children; group singing of old- time songs; and, by request, the noontime program numbers were repeated. All present joined in the closing song, "Now Thank We All Our God." A pink and white four-tired birthday cake with pink candles on each side centered the lace- covered table from which ice Class Has 10th . Anniversary The class of 1962 at Loveweil High School celebrated their 10th anniversary at their alumni banquet Saturday night. After the banquet they went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bretton in Lovewell for visiting. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Eitzmann, Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratman, Clay Center, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stenson, Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild, Superior; Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Warren, Courtland; and their sponsor, Mr. Cox, who teaches at Fairbury Junior College at present. TOPS 210 Has Graduation Nebraska TOPS 210 of Superior held graduation services on May 23. Mrs. Exal Zoltenko became a KOP. Mrs. Bob Brant reached her goal and became a KIW. Best losers for May were Mrs. Harry Webber, Mrs. Robert Frahm, Mrs. Dick Bates, Mrs. Ernest Andreasen and Mrs. George Stierwalt. KOPS Quarters were won by Mrs. Norman Smith, Mrs. Daryl Allington, Mrs. An- dreasen and Mrs. Zoltenko. KOPS dollar winner was Mrs. Zoltenko. The Officers' Quickie Contest was won by Mrs. Frahm and Mrs. Webber for the TOPS, and by Mrs. Andreasen and Mrs. Allington for KOPS. Best loser of the month was Mrs. Frahm. Oswald-Klapal Engagement Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. David Oswald of Superior wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn Ann; to Ronald Lee Klapal, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw of Superior and the late Alfred Klapal. Miss Oswald attended Superior High School, is a former employee of the Kurly Kone and is now attending Ben Your Hair.-dresser School of Cosmetology at Lincoln. A graduate of Superior High ?OTH BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Ross Lance, left honored on her 90th birthday Saturday afte with her is Mr. Lance and standing are Mrs. Phoenix, Ariz., her sister, left, and Mrs. Ruskin,/r. Lance's sister. Mrs. Lance Honor{ cl On 90th Birthday Mrs. Keith Lance held open called to extend house at her home Saturday lunch of cake, afternoon honoring ,Mrs. Ross and coffee was Lance on her 90th birthday Those in anniversary. Sixty friends and relatives distance were Ralph Anderson Iowa, Mr. and Neighbors Have Jensen ofjulesbUrg, Surprise Party Fern Jensen fro Neighbors bad a surprise Ariz., Mrs. Lena birthday party on Monday Ruskin, Mrs. evening of last week for Tim and Sam Evarista Gilsdorf of Lawrence, Paul Otter, Those present were Mrs. Bob to attend via Faimon and family, Mrs. telephone. Kenneth Kirchner and family, Mrs. Lance Mrs. Glen Theer, Gilbert cards which she Gilsdorf, Mrs. Clara Kirchner many days. of Rosemont and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gilsdorf and family of Arizona. Birthday cake and ice All local cream were served. The  evening was spent socially. Dance... Saturday, June Tommy Swing $ 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. cream, cake, punch, rose mints, School, Mr. Klapal attended mixed nuts and coffee were Central Nebraska Technical Eagles C1 served, Another lace-covered College at Hastings, and is tableheld floral gifts and cards, employed by the Smidt Con- and a third table held a display struction Co. 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