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Thursday, July 16, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A ce engagement Jan Boehle, St. Libory, announce the engagment and ghter, Teresa Ann, to Scott David Carol Watters, Davenport. s a semor at Wayne State College majoring in education. also a senior at Wayne State College majoring in and management. He is a supervisor for the First Wayne. ,, an Aug. 8 ceremony at St. Libory Catholic and dance in Grand Island. bride-to-be are Charles and Ada Boehle, St. es, St. Paul. Watters is the grandson of Elmer Lines O 0000eITaings state legislation at Superior ltUsiness and Pro- cream sale during the Lady Club metfor Vestey Festival was $216.50. and business Lynn Wilton was chairman of Hotel Leslie this project. Winona Henk, BPW chairman of the July 4th program cake walk, reported there were Virginia 36 cakes and the proceeds of Sullivan, $180.50 were given to the cham- Maddox bet of commerce to be used for a eEngagements u Inv e 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 Republic UMW has breakfast meeting The Republic United Meth- odist Women met July 2 at 9 a.m., for a breakfast served by hostesses, Mrs. Don Charles and Mrs. Ladimer Novak. President, Mrs. Dana Johnson, presided. "America" was sung by the geTup, accompanied by Mrs. Jack Smith. Mrs. Bill Cline gave devotions. Roll call was an- swered by a childhood game. Farl,00 reported on baby bundles to be sent to M.A.M. The Girls' House Party is to be in Belleville July 26. Suggestions are asked for a fund miser for the church and a biiah- day party is being planned for the 20th year of United Method- ist Women. Mrs. Charles McLaughlin began the lesson, "Today's Child," by reading a poem "The Cross In My Pocket." She was assisted by mrs. Harold Swartz, mrs. Farlee and Mrs. Smith. The meeting closed with "Jesus Loves The Little Chil- dren" and prayer. The next meeting will be Aug. 6,. with a magazine exchange. LWML meets at stone church The Centennial Lutheran Women's Missionary League met July 8 at the little stone church at Lovewell Slate Park. Opening devotions were given by Bettie Bruns. The devotion consisted of a responsive reading and the singing of the son, "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands." Following devotions, the group went to the Bruns' cabin for brunch and the meeting con- ducted by the president, Viola Rogge. Roll call was answered by 14 members, each telling of a most unusual visitor. Marlay-Allgood vows exchanged in Missouri Jill Marlay, Chillicothe, Me., and Dave Allgood, Platte City, Me., formerly of Superior, ex- changed wedding vows in a dou- ble-ring ceremony May 23 at the first Baptist Church, Chillicothe. The Rev. Don Palmer officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leman Marlay, Chilli- cothe, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allgood, Superior. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, wore a lace, sweetheart neckline gown which was worn by her mother at her wedding and carried a bouquet of bright spring flowers. Matron of honor was Chris Busse, Kansas City, Me. Brides- maids were Jan Marlay, Spring- field, Ohio, sister of the bride, Brenda Sanders, Louisburg, Kan., Beth Marlay, sister-in-law The ladies will be mending at of the bride, Columbia, Me., and islation community project, the Good Samaritan Center Amy Huhmann, California, Me. [ ’Si-   Rccyclable aticles ' to , Wedg. axlay will havfood : !' Mark Bro Dearborn, Me., BPW Club. taken to the Superior Cleandrs stand  the Marie Wortman sale. was vest man. uroornsmen were mem- this week. Plasdc jugs are no Legislation longer recyclable. National Since Nebraska is one of the m Minneapolis, hostess slates at the BPW Na- discussed the tional Convention in Minneapo- platform: the lis July 27-29, each club is asked .eq- to contribute various articles against from Nebraska to be given as freedom, gifts or souvenirs. A box of arti- opportunities cles contributed by the Superior available, af- businesses has been sent to be care used for this purpose. were President Vaupel was the to write to mem- winner of the door prize. and urge their The next meeting, a fun night, will be Aug. 10. Ushers were Jerry Marlay, brother of the bride, Columbia, Me., Doug Montgomery, Springfield, Me., Gary Higer, Lincoln, and Darrel Doyle, Webber. Attending the guest book was Christy Skinner, Chillicothe. At the gift table was Robin Quinn, Hale, Me. Reception attendants were Carla Brown, Dearborn, Me., Pam Strom, New Orleans, La., Lori Clark, sister of the bride- groom, Hastings, and Susan Ewing, Maceline, Me. Kenny Crawford, Chillicothe, was soloist and scripture reader. Barbara Cook, and Cynthia Johnson, Chillicothe, were or- aganist and pianist. Tim and Cindy Bates, Superi- or, served as greeters for a dance at the 4-H and FFA grounds. The bridegroom's parents were hosts for the rehearsal din- ner at the church reception hall. :on- meeting. of a memo- ice Club with Emma :. It as mem- birth- six members Lewis, Su- roll call Hunter .pre- meeung. was Joan note was read presents, Next meet- 12 with Joan All Members were encouraged to attend the LWML district con- vention at Seward Aug. 8 and 9. Each society is aked to bring a quilt and each person is asked to bring a food item, preferably something made or grown in Ne- braska. These donations will be given to Project Hope, Omaha. Mite box devotions weregiven by Esther Wilton. The meeting closed with the reading of two poems, "The Beauty of the Lord" and "We Thank You, Lord." Hostesses were mrs. Brtms and Carolyn Meyer. 're QII Our First Anniversary " Open House Friday, July 17 • 1:30 5:30 p.m. Bag Sale $2 Each l..so- s:so p.=. Come and join us for iced tea, Thunulay, 5 - 9 p.m: lemonade and oookies Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. __ Nifty-Thrifty 410 1/2 N Central • Superior, Neb.- Ron Ahrens, Lincoln, Tom Clark, Hastings, Doug Korb, Su- perior, and Curt Higer, Spring- field, Me. Flower girl was Jena Kin- youn, niece of the bridegroom, Lincoln. Andy Clark, nephew of the bridegroom, Hastings, served as ringbearer. Jarad Kin- youn, nephew of the bride- groom, Lincoln, distributed rice bags. Mandy Jensby, niece of the bridegroom, Geneva, and Nick Clark, nephew of the bridegroom, Hastings, served as cand!elighters. Bridal showers were given by the First Baptist Church and Chris Busse. Following a wedding trip to Nebraska, the Allgoods are re- siding in Platte City, Mo. Postal worker honored for 25 years service Mrs. Leila Gunn, part-time flexible clerk for the Republic Post Office, received a pin for 25 years of service during the July Republic City Council meeting. Presenting the pin was Helen Sankey, Republic postmaster. Mrs. Gunn has worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 25 years. She has served as officer in charge at Republic and is presently clerk in charge at the Webber Post Office. Mrs. Gunn, who resides in Republic, is mayor .of the com- munity. She has three grown children and three grandchil- dren. Former English teacher directs Brownville show To show appreciation for her 80th birthday celebration in April, Dorothy Corrnan took her children and spouses on an out- ing Saturday. Marcia and Jim Mellott, Loveland, came to her home Friday evening. Saturday morning Kenny and Judy CoT- man, Superior, came to Superi- or, picked up the Mellotts and Mrs. Corm_an and left for Falls City in a down pour of rain. They visited at the Rev. Don and Joy Wilson's home, had dinner there, then met Beverly and Jack Hull, Fremont, at Brownville. All attended the afternoon show by Henry Blanke's Brownville Village Theatre players, his Wesleyan drama class. The Mellotts and Wilsons were pupils of Blanke when he was in the Superior English De- partment. They also visited with his wife, the former Phyllis Chard about the family and the health of her father, Ed Chard. That evening they had dinner on a Brownville river boat and viewed the crops enroute home. Valley View Club ' Eleven Valley View Club members met at the home of Mrs. Gene Frerichs at 7:30 a.m., Friday for a deck coffee meet- ing. President ortha Leece con- ducted a short business meeting. Thank you notes were read. The next meeting will be a family picnic at the Superior City Park Sunday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m. Committee members are Bonnie Langer, Phyllis Purcell and Eula Hamilton. • ' New Books • • Books and videos available with Bible Nolan Ryan * : answers for your financial neods Splashes ofdoy • • Life is a Zoo • •   11 307 N Central • • Superior, Nob. • • • ••••• • •• ••• ••@•••••••••••• •••• Happy 25th 40th wedding anniversary with an ! Open House Sunday, July at Seandla Community Center Larry and the fomaer Patsey Nelson were "SUperior,Neb. now... now '* consultation (Byron) Vacation Bible School When you • 1:  • ,,. It ] order wedding S: e t S a I 1. ,.,.i ,..:: i. t:  I MasterinVietiu°iS°(sr r°emceivc The Savior Free Lined at the Nazarene Church 740 East 7th Sulmrlor, Neb. ]inner Envelopes x. Ask your dealer for details. :: / July 21- 31 The Superior 6:30 , 9:00 p.m. Those entering Kindergarten Express through the sixth grade " 148 East Third, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 *Social Events Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz celebrate 50th anniversary Bethany Lutheran Church Tracy, Kurt, Gina and Brian honored Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schultz, Ruskin, and Valerie, Schultz Friday, June 19 for their Ryan and Adam Eickman, 50th anniversary. There was a Ruskin. program and lunch was served. A buffet lunch was served Immediate family, b'others, sis- from 5-7 p.m., to more than 350 ters and members of the congre- guests. gation attended. A program was presented by the children and grandchildren.. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz were A story of the couple's 50 years hosts to a meal at Ruskin cafe was set to music and song. for their children, grandchildren The following numbers were and other guests. A golden anni- "Honey," older grandchildren, versary clock was presented to "Going to the Chapel," duet, the honored couple from the "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," group, three boys, "Side by Side," tap An open house Sunday, June dance, "School Days," trumpet 21, at the Ruskin Community solo, "Anniversary Wal," sax- Hall was hosted by Mr. and Mrs.  aphone duet, "Happy Farmer," Schultz, their children, Yvonne cello solo, "Thanks for the Mitchell, Superior, Dianne Memories" and "Let Me Call Witwer, Shingle Springs, Calif., You Sweetheart," by all and Howard Schultz, Ruskin, and "Turn Around," three daughters. Ramona Eickman, Ruskin, and The rest of the evening was grandchildren, Lori Bryant, visiting and dcing. Kentucky, Tyler Mitchell, Su- Mr. and Mrs. Schultz were perior, Jason, Justin, Laura and married June 1, 1942 at Lincoln, Joshua Witwer, Shingle Springs, in the Grace Lutheran Church, Calif.,' Chris Schultz, Lincoln, and have lived in the Ruskin Tony Schultz, Kearney, Jeff, area. You're Invited to a  Birthday Party in honor of ElsIe Baumbach Sunday, July 19 2-4 p.m. at the Superior VFW Hall Hosted by her children From the June's Gif ts N' More BridalRegistery July 18 Amy Osborne and Bruce Thayer July 25 M00helle Ak00amit and &red Shelly Stevens and Todd & August 15 Shelly Jensen and Scot Steinl Michelle Miller and Jon Bruning June's Gifts N' More 324 N Central Ave • Superior, Neb. 402-879-4586 All Toys 25%off Clay Pot Santa Class by Linda Wood Thursday, July 23, Heavy 7 p.m. • $10 fee "ochet, includes supplies Doilies Pre-registration required Pepsi Products ,00,,c,S2.99 utors$1.29 F . @ Ben rankhn Tungstram ru Standard Light Bulbs 3 Pack 77’ 40-60-75-100 watt