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RSARIES. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Thompson, sr., of Fort Collins, Color, their 52nd wedding anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Baldwin observed ary ata reception here Sunday. Express Photo e Anniversaries House Sunday d Mrs. David B. '., of Fort Collins, their 52nd and Mr. Baldwin oh- at at the United here Stmday Thompson were & 10. Mrs. Mande Ram- iage. They Shower Stepp I Stepp was honored shower May in were in at- hints, recpies game, the bride- and displayed guests attending Voss and Debbie s. Ralph Be of r, Mrs. ororornd of Superior, of Mankato Lewis of Red Patty Spatz, Harris, Judy McNichols, Cathy Terrill. lunch each the thought in one, they are old gang of all wishing much the honoree in her tn Hays, Kan. made their home in Sqperior for a number of years while hewas employed and later owned a shoe repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin were married Jtme 9, 1932, at Lin- coln. Mrs. Baldwin is the for- mer Emma Thompson. They have made their home in Superior all their married lives. Mr. Baldwin was a post office clerk and retired in 1960. Mrs. Arlene Henderson was at the guest book and Mrs. Harold Thomas presided at the gift and card table. The serving table was cen- tered with an anniversary cake. Mrs Hey Frear and Mrs. Frank Swaim served the pumh and Mrs. Fred Bossemeyer and Mrs. Hazel Lyne presided at the coffee service. MenbeCs of a church circle assisted with the serving. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Thompson, jr., of Fort Collins, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Mous C. Thompsc and Sharon of St. Paul, Neb., were among those present for the occasion. Entertains At A Card Party Lincoln Couple Honored On 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schleff of Lincoln were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kottmeyer, jr., at Nora Sunday afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stiles and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elsey of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kottmeyer of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kottmeyer of Guide Rock the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Kottmeyer, and Mark and Delcie and Darcey Sholtz of Guide Rock. Mrs. Schieif is the former Rose Kottmeyer. They have three children, Kim, attending the University of Nebraska, and Grant and Julie in junior high school. St. Mark's Aid Meets At Ruskin St. Mark's Ladies Aid of Ruskin met June 1 with 16 members answering roll call, "Have You Been Married Long' Give A Penny for Each Year Strong." Rev. Martin Juongel opened the meeting with the topic, "Reconcile; Pastor and People," taken from the Lutheran Woman's Quarterly. Mr. andMrs. Harry Schirever The Christian Growth feature entertained at a card party was given by Mrs. Larry Biltoft. Sunday evening. Guests were . Mrs. Bernard Betton presided . ,and , F.Alert Bargen,  at: the meeting., i ........ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson, Mr. Hostess was Mrs. Vernon and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Scbriever. Schoof. Enjoy o SWIM at the Superior "mmin00g Pool Season Tickets Now On Sale y, $18.00 Adults, $11.00 Children, $10.00 ,ister For Swimming Lessons Now--Fee, $2.00 ers, 8 a.m. Intermediates, 9:15 Beginners, 10:30 a.m. Volunteers are needed to assist with the lessons Junior and Senior Life Saving Begins July 1 8:30 to 12 o'clock, Saturdays only Pre-school lessons for ages 1-6 0ther Beg in June 26, 10 a.m. [% bring your child andteach .it yourself, five days a k for two weeks. Qualified personnel will be on duty to assist.. l Life Guards hron Bohling and Lucinda Jantz, Water Safety Instructors Barbara Bargen and Tim Mallam, Senior Life Saving. GORDON SPRINGER, Manager Friday, June 16 Olive Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, stated meeting, at Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. YOU AR,E INVITE;3 f2. 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Gall Jones will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at open house at the American Legion Hall north of Beloit on Highway 14 Sunday, June 18, 2 to 5 p.m. This is your invitation. No gifts please, lc Silver Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Behrends request the pleasure of your company at a reception in celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary of their parents, Sunday, June 18, 2 to 5 p.m., at the Webber United Methodist Church, Webber, Kan. 23-2c United Presbyterian Association Meets The United Presbyterian Association met last Wed- nesday for a 1:00 p.m. covered dish luncheon in Fellowship hall. Miss Geraldine Kauffman presided at the meeting. The devotions were given by Mrs. Clare Roe. Committee reports were given by Mrs. Clare Roe, Mrs. Nels Nelsen and Mrs. Floyd Dixon. Mrs. Dean Gaskill presented the lesson, "College of Ozarks, Clarksville, Ark." Lee Sage, assisted by Mrs. Don Stewart, showed slides of the college. Others taking part in the program on profiles con- cerning the college and officers were Mrs. Ed Schaer, Mrs. Vernon Johnson, Mrs. Minor Baird and Mrs. Kenneth Teach- worth. The dedication of securing supplies for National and foreign missions was presented by Mrs. Roe. The hostesses were Mrs. John McNulty, Mrs. Val Helm, Mrs. Arthur DeVan, Mrs. W. H. Winebar and Mrs. Russell McCord. Mrs. Biltoft Honored Sunday Mrs. Larry Biltofl of Ruskin " was honored on her birthday', ' Sunday. Evening guests of Mr. : and Mrs. Biltoft and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Moeller and Diane of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Freitag, Barney and Perry of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mussmann, Kim and Jeff of Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lindeman of Deshler, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schroeder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula of Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mussmann. Mrs. Biltofl received a telephone call from her brother, Berwyn Mussmann, of Eden, Idaho. PEGGY APPLEGAq Bachelor of Fine Arts I n Educa lion University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska and Daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Applegate Mr. and Mrs. Hinz Married 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Hinz observed their 25th anniversary Sunday, June 4, at an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. in St. Mark's Lutheran Church basement at Ruskin. Their children, Glenn, Lynn, Dean, Neal, Marlene and Dale, were hosts for the day. Eldred Hinz and Evaline Horst were united in marriage June 1, 1947, in St. Mark's Lutheran Church at Ruskin. Verna Horst Brandt was maid of honor and Lester Brandt was best man. The bridesmaids were Lillie Horst Hofferber and Mrs. Jaycees Meet Monday TheMrs. Jaycees met June 12 at the Jaycee Room. Mrs. Owen Christensen was a guest. A fall theme was chosen for the Style Show which will be held Sept. 26. Mrs. Jim Johmon presented the programs for the coming year. Mrs. John Price and Mrs. Paul Hutchinson are chairmen for the Bloodmobile which will be Aug. 29. Drawings and blueprints for the play area in the park were shown by Mrs. Price. Plans are progressing on the Fairyland Frontierland sections. Mrs. Francis Krotzinger is in charge of assisting the Jaycees at the fireworks stand. Leo Zadina and Dale Young gave a presentation on the proposed Public Safety Building for Superior. Margie Hinz Zoch. Ushers were John Horst and Raymond Hinz. All were present at the an- niversary reception except Mrs. Zock of Clay Center, Kan., and Raymond Hinz of Denver. The oldest son, Ray, stationed at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, could not be present but telephoned his congratulations to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ross (uncle of Mrs. Hinz) came from Denver for the celebration. Mrs. Lillie Hofferber was in charge of the guest book. Marlene, Dale and Deanna Davis had charge of the card and gift table. Mrs. Lester Brandt served coffee, Mrs. James Hinz and Mrs. John Horst cut and served the three-tier, decorated in pink and white, cake and Mrs. Donald Brandt served punch. Many relatives and friends attended the open house. Helping Hand Club Meets Thursday The Helping Hand Club met at the home of Mrs. Bill Kimminau Thursday afternoon. Nine members were present. The afternoon was spent sewing quilt blocks. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Hospita I Gifts A memorial has hem given to the Nuckolls County Hospital by Mrs. Earl Harvey in memory of EARL HARVEY MR. AND MRS. Howard Miller were May graduates of the University of Nebraska. Mrs. Miller, the former Elaine Banks, received her Master of Science degree In Home Economics Education and Mr. Miller his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. Dr. Miller has received a commission in the Air Force. Dr. and Mrs. Miller and their children, Rex and Jill, will leave in September end plan on returning to the area and establish a dental practice In two years. Mobil Home Park Now Under Construction Phone 879-4143 Growing With Superior Thursday, June 15, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Honored At Pink And Blue Shower Surprises are fun--anyway they are fun for those doing the surprising. The one being surprised in this case was Mrs. Charles Watts, who was honored at a pink and blue shower. This all took place on Friday when the Friendship Home Extension Club met at the home of Mrs. Merton McCartney. At the close of the meeting of the club Mrs. Watts was presented with the gifts from the mem- bers. Nine members were present for the meeting and the lesson was on "Homemaking Slick .Tricks." Mrs. McCartney and Mrs. Bud Whitmore gave the lesson. The aims of the lesson were to develop an un- derstanding of housekeeping methods used to save time and energy and the ability to employ these methods in everyday work. The next meeting of the club will he in September at the home of Mrs. Vernon Carman. Lunch was served from a table centered with a ceramic bootie filled with Foxglove flowers with lighted candles on each side placed in smaller ceramic booties. Chat Warren Honored On 80th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren were hosts and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece of Lovewell and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Leers of Superior were assisting hosts at an open house at the Ivan Warren home, Sunday honoring Chat Warren on his 80th birthday. Ninety-five persons signed the guest book. Those registering from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren and little Jennifer Russell of Longview, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Ross Beckner and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dell of Holmesville, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keene of Roseburg, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Don Mettler of Englewoed, Colo., Mrs. Janice Stratman and Stacey of Clay Center, Neb., Rev. Swigart F. Miller, of Beatrice, who was a minister in Lovewell years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Courter and Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Ball of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Joe D_uey of Chester, Neb. Hosts Birthday Party Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen bested a birthday party for their son, Nathan, Wednesday eve- ning. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tietjen, Mrs. Otto Sehleufer of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks and Dr. and Mrs. Howard Miller, Rex and Jill of Hardy. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Nathan was the recipient of several gifts. Receives Doctor Of Optometry Degree June 2 Gary Glen Crook received his Doctor of Optometry Degree from Southern College of Op- tometry, Memphis, Tenn., June 2. A 1960 graduate of Superior High School, Crook attended Fairbury Junior College in 1968. He entered Southern College of Optometry in September, 1968, and is a member of Phi Theta Upsilon Professional Fraternity, Gold Key Honor Society and Who's Who in American College and Universities. Gary is spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crook. He will be associated with Dr. Thurmond in Atlanta, Ga., his duties to begin there on July I. Honored At 80th Birthday Coffee Mrs. Chesley Boylan, Pare and Kimberley hosted a coffee Saturday afternoon in honor of Mildred Steier on her 80th birth- day. Guests included Mrs. Elvin Steier, Cammie and Phil, Mrs. Dorman Clark, Mrs. Ray Clark, Mrs. Eugene Aurand, Mrs. Glen Aurand, Karen, Marilyn and Jana, Mrs. Kenneth File, Mrs. Cec: Blackstone, Mrs. Joe Stenson, Mrs. Atha Stenson, Mrs. Emma Stenson, Mrs. Bertha Hurley and Mrs. Kate Townsend. Mrs. Ray Young Honored Monday Mrs. Violet Graham en- tertained at a coffee at her home Monday morning to honor Mrs. Ray C. Young on her 85th birthday, Thirteen neighbors * and friends were present Thursday, June 15, 1972 The Superior Express, sub- scription rates $5.00 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere in the United States. Ten cents per single copy. Secohd class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, inc., at 148 East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. Now Thru Saturday t takes two to make such a special one! Sorryl We Had to Switch This Picture and Red Sun Playboy Nite Saturday 11:00 EUGENIA o All Sats $1.50 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Rated X COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents [LIZAi][It in A KASTNER-LADD-KANTER PRODUCTION X0000Zce Chamber of Commerce Free Show Thursday 2: 00 The Kettles Go To Town ii II iiii iii iiii i i iii NEW SHOW TIMES ..,..._,I MATINEE, SATURDAY and SUNDAY ...... 2:00 wY N,T= sox OlC ONS ..... s:o THEATRE SHOW START ...... 8:45 UNTIL SCHOOL STARTS Phone 879-819 I II1|1 i