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Thursday, July 9, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A - ii i L in es • Weddings engagement Grand Island, and Tedd Schrock, Elm Creek, an- couple will be married Aug. 8 at St. Grand Island. Northwest in 1988 the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with a merchandising in December. She is employed at 1. graduated from Holdrege High School in 1988 and will of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in and natural resources in December. He is em- are Rudolph and Dolores Kruse Sr., Grand and Judy Schrock, Elm Creek. is the grandson of Mae Grove, Superior. v BIRTHS Poppe, Ayr, a daughter, June 17. She Grandpar- Harold Poppe, and Ella Great grand- Blumenthal, Hastings. Mrs. Joek Ficken, of a born June pounds long. He David, 7, and are Mr. Falls Berdina Fick- Schlotterback, are the parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Narme, Minburn, Iowa, are the parents of a son, Kain Markus, born July 4.. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Courtlanck and Piet and Riet Nanne, Castru- cure, Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thompson, Courtland, and Edna Johnson, Scandia, are great-grandparents. Kain has a sister, Kanya Marie, who is three years old. Shannon and Lee Lindsey are the parents of a daughter, Carlee Janaye, born June 19 at St. Anthony's, Hays. Carlee weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce and was 20 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Jane and Dale Gemaehlich, Mankato, Jean and Bob Lindsey, Stockton, and Dennis and Linda Murray, Glenwood Springs, Colo. Great-grandparents are Marr and Martha Dempsey and Aaron and Charlotte Murray. Mr. and Mrs. John Sjolander, Scandia, are the paents of a son, Michael John born June 23 at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. He weighed eight weighed 9 and was 21 are and Sa- and Carbon- move to month. Neal Jeffery, the arrival Morgan, Memorial June pounds, 14 was 22 inches Cregg and Stump, s and Marilyn Beth Green- the parents born 7 pounds, 19 inches • pounds and two and one-half ounces and was 21 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Connie Sjolander, Scandia, and Jane Molder, Belleville. Great-grandparents are Evelyn Sjolander, Seandia, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Molder, Formoso, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beale, Superior. Sylvia Molder is v great-great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ahreus, , Avon Lake, Ohio, are the parents of twin boys, Joshua Albert and Caleb Charles born June 30. Joshua weighed 3 pounds, 2 ounces and Caleb 3 pounds, 12 ounces. Both were 16 1/2 inches long. They have three sisters, Heidi, Hannah and Heather and a brother, Samuel. The grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sehalk, Avon, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens, Angus. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rebstock, Centralia, I11., and Mrs. Ira Schalk, Hawk, Mich. grand- Sup•- to thank Life, Incorporated, Brotherhood Twin Rivers Ideal Market, Jack and Jill d Sherryl Zoitenko. Also to my benefit supper who donated money. It was all gratefully appreciated. God Bless You All, Card Shower The children of Mabel Hans- en request a card shower for her 90th birthday July 21. Her ad- dress is R R 1 Box 22, Nelson, Neb. 68961. 28-2c Open House The family of Ethel Nelson, Alda, will host an open house in honor of her 90th birthday from 2-4 p,m., Sunday, July 12, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1515 South Harrison, Grand Island. Mrs. Nelson was born in Nora. 27 -2c Patio setting for retirement coffee feting Jo Madsen Elaine "Jo" Madsen was the honoree at a retirement morning coffee Thursday at the Harley Jensen home. The hostess, Carla Jensen, served fruit cup and cof- fee cake in a patio setting with flowers in full bloom. Present were Mrs. Madscn, Mrs. Jensen, Bonnie Paul, Myrna Sykes, Ginny Schultz, Grace Erickson and Evelyn Leece. Mrs. Madsen has been a secretary for Downing & Down- ing for 28 years. 'R's aSmall, Small, Cox and Douglas honored at party World,' theme at Women's Club "It's a Small, Small World," is the theme for the Christian Women's Club of Superior an- nual salad luncheon Tuesday, July 14, at the Hotel Leslie. Pare Walton, Superior, will direct a baby style show with the Cradle Roll Parade. Marsha Cline will Imve lullaby music. Evelyn Grubaugh, David City, will give the group words to grow by. She will share the im- portance of Jesus in her life as a retired aerobics teacher and grandmother. A free nursery will be provid- ed at the Methodist Church. An- nouncement cards have been placed at several Superior busi- nesses for additional informa- tion. Evelyn Crews hosts Rebekah Lodge Meladee Cox, for her seventh birthday and Katlyn Douglas, on her second birthday, were hen- oral Sunday afternoon. They had a swimming party, played in the park and bad a pizza party at Belleville. Guests present were Ashley Phelps, Dusty and Kristi Man- ning, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Douglas, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox, Solomon, Paul Carver and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Don-Switzer, Superior, Chris Dejmal and fam- ily, Belleville and Jeff, Coy, and Karley Cox, Republic. Guide Rock Rebekah Lodge met Friday for their regular meeting. Six members an- swered roll call." Noble Grand Judy Pearson presided at the business meeting. For the Good of the Order, a collection was taken for James at the Heritage of Red Cloud. Evelyn Crews was hostess for the evening. Wednesday with competition .... Thursday, Friday and Satiarday Members, guests answer roll with patriotic poem Quandt in Miss Nebraska Pageant at North Platte Kendra" Kay Quandt, 1991 Miss Thayer County, was in North Platte, June 7-14 prepar- ing for the Miss Nebraska Scholarship Pageant. During the week stay each of the 20 partici- pants stayed with host families. Terry and Nancy Wait• were Miss Quandt's host family. A highlight of the week was the Little Sister Program. Chel- sey Nershberger, North Platte, was Miss Quandt's little sister. • The interview was conducted The Nora United Methodist Women met last Wd 7 in the home of Melba Lynch with 13 attending. Dorothy Heyden- berk and Amy McCutcheen, Su- perior, were guests. Roll call was answered with a patriotic poem. Melba Lynch was in charge of the program on the flag and patriotism. Dorothy Corman was hostess. evenings. Thursday evening Quandt performed a piano solo. Friday there was a luncheon style show. Friday evening OEngagemen ts • Socia I Even ts • •,"• 7•:: ! : Members of the Prairieland Cloggers, Jean Schuster, Ruth Pearce, Lynnette Higer and Jan•he Bagley, performed during the Superior July 4th Celebration. A number of eager participants gathered in the Superior City Park at 7 a.m., Saturday to register for the Superior Joggers' sponsored 10K race and fun runs, Miller feted at brlded shower Michelle Miller, Manhattan, bride-elect of Jon Bruning, was honored at a bridal shower Sun- day afternoon at the Centennial Lutheran Church Fellowship Hail. Tricia Bruning gave the wel- come. Special guests were F_die Hast and Bernice Griffey, Omaha, and Lyrme Henkel, Lin- coln. Games were played and lunch was served. Hostesses for the shower were Miss Bruning and Paula Vitek, Greeley, Colo., and Kim Thieszen, York. Cowsky hosts Neighborhood Club Friendly Neighborhood Club met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Nell Cowsky, Nelson. There were nine members present. Members voted to not have club July and August. Next meeting will be in September with Ruby Keith as hostess. 'The Earth, A Sacred Responsiblflty ' topic at Methodist meeting Guide Rock United Method- ist Women met at the church last Thursday with 12 members and the Rev. Marilyn Warren atend- ing. President Shirley Simpson began the meeting with a selec- tion by William Paiadie taken from "America the Beautiful" and the reading of Psalm 121. She led the unit in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Purpose of United Methodist Women. The Rev. Warren was wel- comed to the group. Reports were given by Lois Giger, mis- sion coordiantor for Christian persorthood, and Evelyn Crews, mission coordinator for Christian global concerns. Presi- dent Simpson brought highlights from the June meeting of the Mission Team Executive Com- mittee. Communications includ- ed the June 23 letter from South Central District President Bar- Honored at retirement party Republic church bara Blauhorn, Palmer, and de- mils of the Church World Ser- Quandt took part in the prelimi- Following his 65th birthday A celebration of Schaeffer's honors veterans vice blanket program for the re- nary swimsuit and personality June 9, Gene Schaeffer officially retirement and birthday, planned lief of African countries. The in evening gown com- announ’ his retirement from by his wife, Ale•n•, and daugh- Independence Sunday was unit planned to serve refresh- peutton. She was presented the Union College, Lincoln, where ters, Barbara Helm, Topeka, observed with an impressive ments at the July 11 auction for non-finalist talent award. Satur- he has been employed since Linda Warren, Colorado service in memorial to veterans Verda Reynolds. Helen Wood- at the Republic United Method- ward will fill in, as needed, this day evening for this honor she 1974 as grounds superintendent Springs, Sandra Scbaeffer, Den- ist Church last Sunday, led by year for a mission coordinator received a trophy, bou net of , • • " q Sehaeffer s retirement plans m- ver, and Revee Harriman, Albu- the Rev. Manning. Scriptures for Christian social develop- eSw and s college scholarship elude frequent visits m area golf querque, N. M., Sunday in the were read by Mrs. Billie Man- ment at o am• to pertorm net courses and hours of having the fellowship hall of College View • talent again, wind at his back" on his Gold Seventh-day Adventist Church, nmg. Charleae Kindscher led the Attending the three evenings Wing motorcycle. Lincoln. Dana Johnson was a lesson, "The Earth, a Sacred Re- of competition were Orin and Scbaeffer is son of the late songleader with the congrega- sponsibility," which described Garton family, Llnda Quandt, Davenport, Car- Genealogists have Earl and . Dina Schaeffer, tion singing, "America," how God,s sacred trust is being rie Quandt and Eric Hogeland, Ruskin, and was a 1944 gradu- "Onward Christian Soldiers," violated when his people neglect picnic at Hastings Lincoln, grandparents, Don and picnic at Deshler ate of Ruskin High School. "We've a Story to Tell to the and abuse his creation. United Vera Mathieson, Caldwell, Attending the retirement Nations," and "America The Methodist social principles call The Garton family 4th of July Idaho; and great-aunt, Donna The Thayer County Genea- party were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Beautiful," accompanied by for the commitment of its picnic was in Hastings Lincoln B edlan, Belvidere. Esther Hoops logical Society annual family Sorensen, Marie Plummer and Mrs. Bill Cline, organist, and members as stewards and care- Park. attended as a representive of the picnic was last Monday at the Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christens- Mrs. Jack Smith, pianist, takers of the earth. Attending were Julie Traut- Miss Tbayer County Pageant Deshler Park. President Calvin en. Special music was a piano Mrs. Kindscher was assisted man, Trevis and Carmisha, Board. Saturday evening they Meers presided at the business solo, "Oh, How I Love Jesus," by Mrs. Woodward, Wanda Sharon Garton, Joy Gartotl, Jos- were joined by great-aunt, Marie meeting. A report sent to the by Stephanie Romberger. Schriner, Ilene DeLay, Faye tin and McKenzie, , David Davjdson, R0n and Jeannie Hol- couvty commissioners of what Wilcox and Mrs. Giger. Mahiea, Dean, Michele and dr•n, Lincoln, and Dale and the society had done in 1991 Communion was served by Refreshments committee Dean Micheal Barngrover, Car- Gloria Cleveland Sioux Falls, S. was read. Members voted to Methodist Women the Rev. Manning, assisted by Mrs. Schriner and Golda Simp- rie, Ryan and Timothy Pavelka, D. Mrs. Cleveland designed and order the genealogies cataloged meet at Guide Connie Manning, miniature son, served a dessert luncheon. Hastings, Patrick Garton, Me- made Quandt's talent and by the Library of Congress since flags were presented to each Tables were decorated in a patti- Cool Junction, Leslie Garton evening gowns. 1986, to order the 1920 census Rock Thursday family attending the service, otic theme. and Nancy, Cody and Timmy record sheets and to order the Cevantes, Harvard. migration trails and big county The Guide Rock American . s • • • • • • • • • • s • s • • • • s • s s • • • s • • • • • Joy Garton celebrated her Boitnott family maps of the United Smtes. Baptist Women Ministries host-  ll  r:; i birthdaY. The group watched the has reunion  The group again cleaned ed a9:30 breakfast last Thurs- |, r,l VUllllllll vqcF, NIr]r . t'n'eworksthatevening... _ Mr --R; -'- cemeteries Monday starting at day with the Superior and Hast- [1" " W' prlng ureeK nott, Dewey, II1., Larry Boimott, hag. Afterwards they went to guests. There were 44 ladies  """*'' dance lingman, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. supper, present, o :i!i tWi.ltltq;;,Itl . JOtKI Boimott and Mr. and Mrs. Those present for the picnic The church dining room was HO.URS The Spring Creek Swingers Lloyd Davidson, Hebron, Mr. were Kent and Jackie William- decorated in red, white and blue  Wednesday and Friday, 1:30 - 5:30 p,m, . " ThursdaY,10 am.5" 9 p.m.2 p.m. q Square Dance Club danced at and Mrs. Richard Dominy, son, Orval and Esther Elting, with patriotic motifs on each Saturday, the Deslder American Legion Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Kennem Bill and Evelyn Posvar, Calvin ruble. Hall Tuesday evening, June Hansen, HeatherBoitnott, Belin- and Leona Meers, April Meers, Devotions were given by 30. daAdkinsandTristina,Ruskin, SuzyElting, Reubenand Rem- Ruth Nor•n, Superior, and the  |Ry  Guest caller was, Dana had supper at a Ruskin cafe last rnington, Ruby Baloun, Paul lesson was presented by Myrna Shirmer. The round dances Wednesday. LeRoy, Larry and GerberdmgandDuaneHubbard. Wilson, Hastings. 't 410 1/2 N Central • Sulerior Nob  were cued by Dean Milner. John Boimott, Mrs. Hansen and • s • • • • • s • s • s • • • • • • • • • s 6 • • il • • • • • • Elv member couple, s and Mrs. Dominy are brothers and three singles attended. Guest sisters and Mrs. Davidson is couples numbered eighti their mother. The officers assisted Char-- "llais is the first time the 5une's lotte Cistensen with serving: 'faintly  been together since l00h.' 'lgZS. Gifts N More When you  ":il July 11 orde, \\; invitations from \\; Lisa DeJoia and Eric Ross Masterpiece Studios receive ' CE aul00 SO Cl A L Amy O&00om and Bt00cc Thaycc July 25 d a n Michelle Aksamit and Jamx:l Harrington Bake Sale &belly &cvcn00 and Todd &mif00 4 - 7 p.m. Sunday, July 12 August 15 Sohelly Jensen and Scot Ste00er :;::"'I] S Jl. • Michelle Miller and Jon Bruning UD erlorThe Brodstone ::Memorial June's Gifts N' More !i{lii Nuckolls County 3u N Central Ave• Superior, Neb. Express i 402-879-4586 iiiill 148 East Third, Superior, i{iiii  402'879-3291    | i