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Thursday. August 9, 1973 TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Thursday. Aug. !1 Superior Country Club ladies' day. Bridge, golf and lunch. Saturday, Aug. t 1 Superior Country Club spaghetti dinner. Monday, Aug. 13 Superior Country Club hamburger fry. YOU ARE INVITED Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mc- Clure will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at an open house in Republic United Methodist Church Sunday, Aug. 19, 2 to 4 p.m. Relatives and friends consider this your in- vitation. The couple request no gifts, lp tEL$ PRESENTED. Five members of the SuperiQr were presented jewels for 25 or more years of ~nernbership..Mrs. Kester Johnson, right, pinned the and gave a short tribute for their years of service. Receiving the ewels were, from left, Mrs. Ollie Thelander, Mrs. Dale Dunn of Grand Island, Mrs. ICermit Irvin, Mrs. Tom Mohler and Mrs. Marie Madsen. Express Photo at meet tgn Wars was held in Attending from Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Russell Fenimore, Wilbure Smith special guests Mrs. Maxine Sidney, Neb., president,. Mrs. of Grand Island, Lreasurer, Mrs. of Grand staff, and Merle department presented The Rebekah Lodge. presented five jewel pins. to members who had been faithful members of the lodge for 25 ye~irs or more. Members receving pins were: Mrs. Marie Madsen," past noble grand, 30 years; Mrs. Tom Mol~er, 25 .years; Mrs. Dale Dunn of Grand Island, 25 years; Mrs. elite Thelander, past noble grand, 25 years; and Mrs. Kermit Irvin, past noble grand, 25 years. Noble Grand Mrs. W. L. Nt AJS . , , Don Marcotte t for their home at Calif:, last have been here visiting their and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. of Edgar, and and friends. CRADLE ROLL Charles Stiles, md Tim and Mr. Nispel and' and Mr. and. Tremain, John Columbus, Neb., at Gould, ael family Friday night two weeks there family came night after a Tremain Monday for and Mrs. Aria also vacationing ~ill be returning /,ws. Bill Michaud of visited Sunday Mr. and Rasmussen. Mr. Ferguson of evening Simonsen of Village, been a recent and Mrs. Tieskoetter Mr. McCluskey, John Patrick of Were Thursday and Mrs. Roger at Byron. Mrs. Max Elnif of Wichita visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Graham, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll returned heine Monday from a four-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rarich at Loveland, Cole: Their daughter, Susan, and her roommate of Omaha, accompanied them and visited with friends in Estes Park. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dybdahl, Julie and Katie left last week for their home at Athens, Ohio. Mrs. Dybdahl and children had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen, for several weeks. Mr. Dybdahl visited his parents at Scotts Bluff last week and was an oyernight guest in the Hansen home. After returning to Athens they will be moving to Potsdam, N.Y., where he will be director 9f opera at the University of New York. He has been an in- structor at the University of Ohio. Nels F. Rasmussen, formerly of Ruskin, has moved from his apartment at the Good Samaritan Village at Hastings to Villa Faith in the Village. He will be celebrating his 83rd birthday on Sept. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Poppe and sons of San Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McCartney and daughters of Odell, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gleason and children of St. Paul, Neb., arrived last Wed- nesday to spend their vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Biltoft. The ladies are their daughters. Others joining them at a picnic in the Superior park Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirchhoff and Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kirchhoff of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Biltoft and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Biltoft of Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Biltoft and family of Nelson. Craig the Edward Lincoln over and Lori visited the Mr. and Mrs. and in the returned and Mrs. Paul Friday, were Mr. and Rusty Pasco, Allgood, Joe and Kent them for were other Auburn Midget Letter, Winegar, Allen, Jim and Dennis Cole, the Rippe and Pat manager, Bill the following Mrs. Mildred Fenimore returned home Saturday from a four weeks' vacation with her son, Dana, find family at Ar- vado, Colo. She also visit.ed other relatives and friends at Colorado Springs and other near by towns. Sgt. Lorraine Parde, who is on a 30-day leave, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harlan Parde. He will report to San Francisco on AUg. 17 and will be going to Japan for a tour of duty. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Morria returned July 27 from Nampa, Idaho, after visiting a month with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Brown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johns. They also visited Rollie Stickley at Em- mette, Mr. and Mrs. Glen York, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bronson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim York, all of Boise, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paul ol Merdian. for Ratliff Mr. asco, Mary Wes iff and Bob children. All and the baseball Mr. and RVed in Auburn o Superior. Couple observes 29th wedding anniversary Wilcox presided at the regular meeting. Mrs. Velma Wilson seated the honored members and past honored members, Howard Matteson, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Baldwin, J. P. (Pete) Madson, Mrs. Lee Sage and Mrs. Ra'lph Koken. Mrs. Kester Johnson pinned the jewels and gave a short tribute for their years, of service. Mrs. Eli Skinner Was at the piano. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Carl Langer were hostesses for the social hour which followed. Here Aug. 16 The Social Security Representative from the Hastings officewill be in Superior Thursday, Aug. 16, at the Security National Bank Community Room, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Morris observed their 29th wedding anniversary Sunday. Guests in their home to help them celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shellhase and Dustin Lynn, Mr. and Mrs..Delphos Shellhas and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis York and Pat Hoins o.f Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Badzek of Omaha are the parents of a daughter, Erica Leigh, born Thursday, Aug. 2, at the Methodist Hospital in Omaha. She weighed six pounds, seven and three-fourths ounces. Mrs. Badzek is the former Debra Mooberry. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mooberry of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Badzek of Linwood, Neb. Rick Andreasen, a Web- ber Wide-Awake members, and two Vetter sisters, Elaine and Vickie, and one Vetter brother, Phil, members of Buffalo Valley 4-H Club, were honored as champions in the Jewell County Fair style revue. The boys have won their titles two years in a row. Anreasen, grand champion best groomed boy, wore a full dress suit of bright burgandy polyester double knit. The jacket has a double-breasted front with silver buttons. The back is belted with a center slit vent. His trousers are semi- flare bottoms with a semi- western pocket. He wore a white knit background shirt with a berry floral and ribbon stripe,with a coin round collar. Accenting his suit are white shoes, teaberry socks, a white belt and a burgandy floral tie. Vetter, reserved champion, wore white bell bottom trousers with a navy blue sport shirt, topped with a maroon hand knitted sweater vest. His shoes were black and maroon. Elaine, grand champion style revue winner, wore a custom made coat of purple crushed velvet with a polyester lining. It has an above normal waistline, back pleat and a silver button front closing. She also wore a purple flowered double knit dress with a fitted waistline, flared skirt, long sleeves and a bias high roll collar. Rick and Elaine will be Jewell County's representatives at the state fair in Hutchinson in September. Vickie holds her title as reserve champion for the second year. Her three-piece outfit is a red with white pin plaid double knit. Her top is gathered on a one-piece yoke, has side slits and short cuffed sleeves. Her slacks were straight legged with cuffs. Vickie's matching skirt has a center front pleat with a slit. She also wore a white double knit sleeveless blouse with a V neckline and black shoes as accessories. Thursday, August 9, 1973 The Superior Express, sub. scription rates $500 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $5.00 a ye, ar elsewhere in the United States, Ten cents per single copy. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing Company, fnc., at 148 East Thir~l Street, Superior, Nebraska 6897b. 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL FAMILY PORTRAITS ORDERED DURING A JGUST MIKKELSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Miss Eugenic Moore is at her home in Oak for the summer months. The following article about her was taken from news of the Omaha Business and Professional Women's organization which was copied from the Omaha Retired Teachers' bulletin: "Retired-but not tired! "Many of you have worked with or know of Eugenic Moore, now of Oak, Neb. She spends her summers in Oak. looking after her farming interests and finishing fixing up her old an- cesteral home. "During the winter she spends her time in Long Beach, Calif., but she is not idle. In the last six years, she has com- pleted 33 courses through the Institute of Lifetime Learning. Her interests are wide, the courses ranging from religion, politics, American heritage, German, journalism and newspaper classes, to Shakespeare and other literature, music, dancing and science, including a study of the space program. She has made 39 tapes on the following sub- jects: Our American Heritage, Great Religions of the World and Shakespeare. We are happy to know that many of our retired people are taking and enjoying these courses from the Institute of Lifetime Learning." Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shaw of KearneY are the parents of a daughter, Carrie Lynn, born July 26. She weighed six pounds, three and one-half ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robb of Guide Rock. Great grandfathers are Randal Yung and Murray Rickard, also of Guide Rock. TWO NUCKOLLS County pioneer farm families were presented Ak-Sar-Ben awards by Merton McCarfney (right) Monday evening at the Nuckolls County Fair. The farms owned by Mr. and Mrs. James Harris (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Keller have been in the continuous ownership of their families for 100 years. Express Photo AT THE FAIR Monday evening Nuckolls County Agent Marvin Sather (right) presented Howard Good a plaque in honor of the 35 years he has served on the Nuckolls County Fair Board. Express Photo Rev. and Mrs. Ken Peterson are the parents of a daughter, Amy Leigh, born Tuesday, July 31, at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. She weighed six pounds, six and one-half ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Mrs. Roy Peterson, Mrs. Gust Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Milligan of Mon- tezuma, Iowa, Vernon File of Winterset, Iowa, and Mrs. Anna File of Des Moines, Iowa. 0 @ Western Echoes 9 p.m. to l a.m. GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME The Country Wheels 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.rn. Closed on Sundays through July and August Ruskin, Nebraska 9 peru. tto | a.m. Dance To The Music of The Country Beats MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELC,3ME A daughter, Jennifer Joe was born July 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Craig Buescher of Wymore at the Mennonite Hospital in Beatrice. Mrs. Buescher is the former Margie Ostdiek of Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buescher and Mrs. Irene Ostdiek of Lawrence are the grandparents. A daughter, Becky Kay, was : born July 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Meyer. She weighed 10 pounds and one ounce. She has a sister, Angela, 18 months old. : : Mr. and Mrs. Dave Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sims of Fairbury are the grandparents. Mrs. Mildred Huss of Fairbury is a great grandmother. UNITED STATES MARSHAL Thru Tues. i II II I! .. PANAVISION" . TECHNICOLOR' Brought Back By Popular Demand From The French Classic Saturday Night 10:30 All Seats $1.50 Technicolor Rated X Merchants F R E E Show Thurs. 2:00 "JOURNEY TO 7 PLANETS" SUMMER SHOW TIMES Matinee Sat.-Sun ..................... 2:00 Boxoffice Opens Evenings ........ 8:15 Show Sta rts 8 L/L : . /I~L , / Ci L ii iiiii!