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ed At Church Was the scene of of Mary Ruth Mr. and Mrs. and Stephen E. , Son of Mr. and Mrs. of Salina. The the tree 3 before a of lavender te peonies. Know" and were sung McNichols. She Panied by Miss the organ. Smuch lighted bw.arriage by her ride wore a full- of embroidered satin. The empire bell sleeves, lavender satin illusion to a tulle over She wore a iere and featured an of pompon Stepp was maid of Patricia Spatz Their gowns flocked with flowers. They Waistlines trimme:l blue and white short puffed carried a with cascade of served as best Lanterman Ushers were and Ralph Stepp. wedding party tuxedos with Carnation bouton- was heldin the HaU. The cakes, Vows Burr Oak decorated in white and laven- der, featured sugar bells and tiny doves. Mrs. Nelson Harris, assisted by Miss Cynthia Knight, cut the cake. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. William Kitchen and Mrs. Raymond Scott, served the punch and coffee. Others assisting were Mrs. Arden Ost, Mrs. Gale Tegley, Mrs. Duane Spatez and Misses Gayle Johnson, Lisa Ltttin and Lou Ann and Joy Hubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin were hosts. Miss Lynn Blair attended the guest book. Misses Colleen Kitchen, Shelly Harris, Judy Frasier and Sylvia Modlin were in charge of the gifts. The bride is a 1970 graduate of Burr Oak High School and is currently a junior, majoring in special education. The bridegroom graduated from Salina High School and com- pleted his junior year in sociology at Fort Hays State College. He is employed by Concrete Mix and Construction Company of Hays. The couple is at home at Countryside Trailer Court, Hays. Honored At A Personal Shower Miss Cheryl Thompson was honored at a personal shower at the home of Mrs. Keith Robinson last Friday evening. Twenty guests attended. Miss Thompson became the bride of Walter Wilson Sunday evening. Assisting Mrs. Robinson were Mrs. John Tyree and Collette. 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. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, Inc., at 148 East Third Street, Superior, Neb,-aska 68978. Installs Honored , Janice Fuller Monday, July 3 American Legion Auxiliary at Legion Hall, 8 p.m. YOU AR,E INVlTE; Silver Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wharton request the pleasure of your company at a reception in celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary of their parents, Sunday, July 2, 3 to 5 p.m. at the Lady Vesty Room, Hotel Leslie. 26-1c Hosts Coffee Guests of Mrs. M. J. Rhoads for a 2 o'clock coffee in her home last Friday were Mrs. Tom McKeown, Mrs. Ella Summers, Mrs. Raymond Leece, Mrs. Dale Crispin, Mrs. Paul Rathbun, Ruth Rathbun, Mrs. Oliver Crispin and Mrs. Mamie Kieckner. Entertain At Card Party Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nielsen entertained at a card party Saturday night in their home. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ebsen, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Block, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koken and Howard Larsen. Honored At Coffee Mrs. Guy Allington en- tertained 15 guests at her home last Friday morning in honor of Mrs. Lillian Hamel. Mrs. Hamel had recently moved to the neighborhood from the Cement Plant village. I Vonia Shotzman And Lee B. Hansen Wed Miss Vonia L. Shotzman and Lee B. Hansen were wed June 10 at 2 o'clock at the Union Church of Hardy. The double- ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Peter D. Trucano. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan O. Shotzman of Superior and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen of Hardy. Organist Miss Marcia Pedersen, Hardy, accompanied the soloist, Jerry Jansen, also of Hardy. The bride appeared at the arm of her father in an A-Line white floor-length gown of voile. Venice lace accented the bib front. The long sleeves had ruffled cuffs. The skirt was fashioned with delicate rows of Venice lace and a ruffled flounce. A matching mantilla completed the total look. She carried a bouquet of white stephanotis. Mrs. Tim O'Neill, Gibbon, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mrs. Tom Mrs. D0xon Retires After 32 Years Mrs. Margaret Doxon, a teacher in the Jewell County and Jefferson County Schools in Kansas, recently retired after successfully completing 32 years. Her retirement was at Perry, Kan., after completing 11 years there. Mrs. Doxon had taught in the rm'al schools of Mountain, District 156, two years; Olive Hill, District 76, five years; Blue Bird, District 62, two years; and Star, District 73, three years, all in Jewell County. She also taught nine years in the Lovewell grade school, District 150. She gave these years of her life to all the children with whom she had came in contact in a faithful and efficient way. Many parents have reason to appreciate the high ideate she held before her pupils and all the lemons of truth and courage she instilled into their minds. The following is a soliloquy Mrs. Doxon wrote which expresses her feelings on her retirement; My Retirement How time has slipped by1 Through the years of teaching Many pleasant memories have been mine, And of course there's been some ups and downs. Now the time has come When I must say I'm done. Done with what? Oh, just my job. For there surely will be something I can do. I've looked forward to the time When I could say I'm through. I thought it would be great, I just couldn't wait. I'd work in the garden, pick flowers, Visit the neighbors, No hurrying around, Make scrap books, crochet a little. Visit the grandkids any old time, Take walks, watch "IV and do some traveling With the good old gang. But now that I've retired Good Grief! What Now? Janice Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Fuller of Superior, was installed honored queen of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 66, of Superior at the Masonic Temple, Sunday evening, June 18. Other elective officers were Terresa Long, senior princess; Jill Tyree, junior princess; Carla Alexander, guide; and Paula Gakle, marshall. Appointive officers are: Darcy Stauss, chaplain; Kim Zadina, recorder and treasurer; Margaret Schaaf, musician; Karin Clabaugh, first messenger; Linda Noren, second messenger; Karen Studier, third messenger; Sandi Wyatt, fourth messenger; Peggy Deuel, fifth messenger; Arleen Kraus, Inner guard; Susie Richardson, outer- guard; Sandy Ayres, senior custodian; Cindy Allgood, junior costodian. Installing officers were Virgiania Wyatt, honored queen; Yvonne Ehlers, guide; Kathy Robinson, marshal; Pam Upton, chaplain; Cindia Stauss, recorder; Mrs. John Price, musican; Collette Tyree, senior custodian; Nancy Johnson, junior custodian; Mr. and Mrs. Steve McGowan were narrators. Avis Shaw was flagbearer and David Ely presented the Bible. Gordon Harper sang "A New World Coming." Barbara Clyde attended the guest book. Presenting the queen's bouquet of yellow roses was Kim Erickson. Following the installation ceremony, a reception was held with the theme "There's A New World Coming." Sole Family Has Reunion The Sole family held a family reunion in the Allan Sole home at Oak Sunday. In the,afternoon they surprised Mrs. Gene Sole by honoring her, Dwight and Diane at a baby shower. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ruh of Beatrice, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Huston of Lincoln, Elsie Sole of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Whiteley, Frank Huston, Ines McPeck, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andrews and family, Mildred Sole and Ernie Sole and Susan of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Art Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sole and family, Marianne Stineman and family and Tim Boyd of McCook. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Seefeld, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seefeld, Sam Swenaon and Sue Kubicck of Lincoln also visited in the afternoon. Local News Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beaumont and Mary Jayne returned Saturday morning from a two weeks visit in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Beaumont and family in Las Mesa, Calif., Mr. Beaumont's sister, Mrs. Bob Andersen, Mr. Andersen and family at Chula Vista, Calif., and other relatives and friends in that area. Airman first Sergeant and Mrs. Marvin J. Angle of Pemberton, N.J., visited with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Angle, and with the J. E. and Bruce Ayers families at Courtland from Sunday until Tuesday. They were enroute to Nacogdoches, Texas, to visit their parents. Sorensen, Hardy, was bridesmatron. They appeared in princess style, floor-length gowns of purple crepe with full bouffant sleeves. Each carried nose gays of purple stateis, baby's breath and stephanotis. Attending the bridegroom was Tom Sorensen, Hardy, as best man, and Tim O'Neill, Gibbon, brother-in-law of the bride. The ushers were Dennis Hansen, Hardy, brother of the bridegroom, and Van Shotzman, Superior, twin brother of the bride. The mother of the bride ap- peared in a knit dress of apricot, accented with silver ac- cessories and a green cym- bidium orchid. The mother of the bridegroom chose a floral print dress with white ac- cessories and a white cym- bidium orchid. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Nets Sorensen, Mrs. Einer Hansen and Mrs. Dennis Hansen, of Hardy, Mrs. Ber- nard Bagley of Republic, Mrs. Ernest Nelson of Norman and Mrs. Milan Hansen of Superior. Attending the guest book was Miss Ann Sweet of Hardy. The gifts were opened and displayed by Diane Bruhn of Cosad, Debra Lorimer of Omaha, Carol Wilkie of Schuyler and Marilyn Bennett of Lincoln. The bride is a graduate of Superior High School and the Lincoln School of Commerce. She is now employed as a secretary at Mid-America, Inc., Superior. The bridegroom is a graduate of Hardy High School and is attending Kearney State College. Mr. and Mrs. George I-lansen hosted the rehearsal dinner Friday evening, June 9. Christian Women's Fellowship Meets Christian Women's Fellowship met with Mrs. George Cosand of Burr Oak Wednesday afternoon. There were 10 members and one guest, Carol Simmons, present. After the busine session, Mrs. Lottie Myers led the devotions. Mrs. Marshall Bishop gave the lesson, "Missionaries in Korea." It was interesting to note that there were 75 adults and 300 to 400 children attending a newly organized Sunday school in Puson, while similar classes were being held in the Seoul and Taijon City areas. Much is being accomplished in the or- phanages in the Seoul area. Mrs. Coasand served delicious refreshments at the close of the meeting. Howard Family Holds Reunion Relatives attending a Howard family reunion at the City Park laesday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Howard of Redmond, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Howard of San Leandro, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Yerton, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Miller and family and Mrs. W. E. Howard of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Freed and family of Bismark, N.D. Mrs. Freed is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Yerton. This was the first time in eight years the family had all been together. O O O Saturday, July 1 Kenny Rhea 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eagles Club GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME l l I l [ All You Can Earl I i i Smorgasbord and Dance American Legion Hail Deshler, Nebraska Sundoy, July 2 Orchestra Nifty's from Columbus Dance 1 only EVERYONE WELCOMEI Thursday, June 29, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPR 3A %! Joyce Kaldah] Weds Loy Yerton June 9 Miss Joyce Ellen Kaidahl length dresses of the same became the bride of Loy Allen fashion as the attendants were Yerton on June 9 at St. Paul candlelighters. Lutheran Church in Hardy. The Attending the bridegroom as double-ring ceremony was best man was Tim Jorgensen. preformed by Pastor Kent Rich Vale and Dan Meyer were Morse. groomsmen. Bruce Kaldahl, Organist was Miss Connie brother of the bride, and Brad Jurgens, and John Kaldahl, Thornton served as ushers. brother of the bride was soloist. Miss Lynda Gourley as at the Given in marriage by her guest book. Miss Beth Laursen father, the bride chose a gown and Miss RaJean Eitzmann of empire style with an ac- assisted with the gifts. cordian pleated skirt and high Reception was held ira- neckline trimmed with light mediately following the pink embroidered flowers. Her ceremony in the church gown was complimented by a basement. At the serving table sheer garden hat from which a were Miss Cindy Jensby and pink net train fell to the floor. Miss Margene Pedersen. Mrs. The bride carried a Bible with Harbld Laursen cut the cake. an arrangement of pink baby Assisting with the serving were roses, carnations and daisies. Mrs. Harley Jensen, Mrs. The Bible and a Danish hand. Albert Jensen, Mrs. Oscar kerchief were both carried by Eitzmann, Mrs. Bill Hespen, her mother on her wedding day. Mrs. Glenn Mickelsen, Miss Attendants were Miss Janet Lorna Eitzrnann, Miss Julte Kaidahl, sister of the bride, as Petersen and Miss Christy maid of honor. Mrs. Marilyn Jensby. Aerts, Mrs. Yvonne Ehlers, Apre-nuptialdinner, givenby sister" of the bridgroom and the bridegroom's uncle and Miss Katie Laursen. They wore aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale empire floor-length dresses of Gourley, followed rehersal mocked polyester and cotton, Thursday evening June 8. accented by sashes of the same The bride is the daughter of color. They were dressed in Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kaldahl of pastel shades of lavendar, Hardy. The bridegroom is the yellow, green and pink, son of Mrs. Beth Yerton of respecitvely. Denver and a nephew of Mr. Sharon Dudgeon and Diane and Mrs, Dale Gourley of Louren. dressed in street-Superior. DANCE Saturday, July I 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dance To The Music of Wildwood Wranglers V. F.W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME NOW THRU TUESDAY All they wanted was their chance to be men...and he gave it to them. Panavision Technicolor From Warner Bros,,A Kinney Company At Our Regular Prices Chamber of Commerce Free Show Thursday 2: 00 "KING KONG ESCAPES"