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the assistance given to the city Hastings on July 14. poems. A quartet, Mrs. John Gates of Burr Oak pool with swimming lessons. Mrs. Jim Jensby was masterSteier,Judy Dahl, was hostess to the Country ClubMr. and Mrs. E. B. Jantz of Memphis, Nab., formerly of Mrs. Davis will be in charge of ceremonies for a program Aurand and Cheryl ladies Thursdaymorning at her Superior, announce the engagement of their daughter, home. Much laughter was hadLucinda Gayle, to Roger Kent Gillming, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the assist to Jaycees project which she opened with a poem sang, "We Turn to because so many ladies had to Marvin Gillming of Kearney. when they paint the exterior of of advice. This poem pointed out accompanied by E l be reminded it was club day ; Miss Jantz is a sophomore at Kearney State College and the Mid-Nebraska Residence the faults of husbands and the The newlyweds i,fe center on Aug. 18 and 19. Mrs. many nice gifts, al .' W maybe a sign of getting old?Mr. Gilhning is a senior at Kearney State College, doing his Steinke will be in charge of a pot ~v~rs. Mac Bouray table decorated wi Those present were Mrs. student teaching at Grand Island. He has been accepted into lunch supper to be held for the Goldie Johnson, Mrs. Irma Asbury Theological Seminary. blue streamers, a on 11 flY( Maag, Mrs. Ethel Siebert, Mrs. No wedding date has been set. residence center by the Mrs. honored Wednesday center piece and el Jaycees and their families in " They, were assistq~ Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. Lottie September. Mrs. HutchinsonMrs. George Hull and brides sister, Canl~ The members of SL Peter Deborah and Dirk Meyer of Myers, Mrs. Daisy Heskett,Masons family Mrs. States hostess reported on a meeting she at- Michelle of Red Cloud visited The hostesses, Mr congregation, Byron, gathered Mar gate, F'la., sang "Ch!ldren Mrs. Mamie Mullin, Mrs. picnic Sunday to Lovewell club tended of the ARC Association. Wednesday with her mother, Hansen, Mrs. JimJ~ Dorothy Platt, Mrs. Marshall Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Mike Mae Bouray, to remind her of Everett Sweet, lV n at the church Sunday, Aug. 5, ol "l'rJe tieaveniy yarner, Bishop and the hostess. Roll call at ioca I park Lovewell Library Club met at Moore and Mrs. Poulos will be her birthday. In the afternoon Sweet, Mrs. Oscar for a pot-luck dinner at noon, a.ccompanied by Mrs. Harold was answered with a current Masons from five corn- the home of Mrs. Bill Stoics in charge of finding material for they went to Fellowship Hall Mrs. Lawrence Bo~ followed by a program and Meyer. Mary Meyer reau a refreshments in honor of the poem entitled "Anniversary event or joke real or otherwise ....... Thursday norning Mrs Stanley vests for the Jaycees and Mrs. where 11 ladies of the quilting Wilmer Bouray, 25th wedding anniversary of Wishes, followed by a reading, The September meeting will mumtms vail participate m a van" Meter'" " conauctea" r; , m'-e group, and Pastor and Mrs. Zoltenko, Mrs DWt Pastor and Mrs. A. L Meyer. Morn and Dad." The girls'be with a new member, Mrs. family picnic in Lincoln Park in ....... e Jaycees. . nusmess meeting m me ansene The Mrs. Jaycees will meet Peter Trucano had prepared Mrs. Delbert Roper, Approximately 200 relatives choir, directed by Mrs. Marvin Daisy Heskett. Superior Sunday afternoon .......... lunch of ice cream, cake and ..... o[ me presiaem Mrs ttoaney again Monday, Sept. 10. L~dges partmlpatmg will m-. " "" " "--x and jello salad. Mr. Hull joined his Gordon Rashleigh, and friends signed the guest Schlueter, favored the group by clude Chester, Guide Rock,.warren sent me guess oo o,,., ~. ~n~ "M~ l..oy.d.i.~ ljke.~ #. Pp~C.KO.t'I_~I_ sbowp~r "harhy, "~dlson anh "Supel'lor ,1:.was. ~ ~# ~n~. "~mz', ~ famJ].v~ at. M.~.. ~ma.~'~. bame., and~vlrs, served.Everetta~swe~nice i After their marriage on Sept. Shepherd." A ,poem, "The for MiSS Troodt Lnamona Tne cmo nonorea ~ for supper and later Mr. and coffee and Miss C Masome and related groups,!. =~'- ......... Mrs. Lawrence Bouray and served the punch. 6, 1948, at Sharon Lutheran Preacher's Wife, ' was read by their families and friends are ~nane~L"s" l~imeat a DavyVan'snowerMeter l~ey~ ~.~ sons brought home-made ice The bride is a I Church in Lamberton, Minn., Mrs. Howard Reinke, followed Miss Pam Troudt wasthe welcome toattend, according to '--ma eful \';Z'_ The Pastor Meyer completed his by "When the Minister Calls," honoree at a personal bridal , rec~voo nyus m gn-~..~~ cream. Past Master s Club president, ~.,,,~.,~,.,,,~,,.,~n t,, ,~,, Republic High ;ch n theological training at Wart- given by LaVern Kniep. shower at the Boyd Jones home Tom Nuss. These will include .~.~'. .... :."~.".~. ....... tended Cloud Co Mrs xvan van Meter I burg Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa, A few comments and well Friday afternoon. Hostesses members of the Blue Lodge," " "~ Mummas observes munity College at and was ordained at Greeley, wishes were received at the were Miss Gwen Jones and Miss Eastern Star, York Rite, Shrine Students, adviser * ! ~ 53rd anniversary Kan. The brideg Colo., in June 1951. Pastor and time from relatives and neigh- Cindy Crookshanks. and members of Job's at workshop for ~ graduated from M Mrs. Meyer have served boring pastors. Pastor Damrow After a social afternoon, Miss Daughters. ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mumma School and attew parishes at Ramona and of Bruning, president of the Troudt opened her gifts. A The Superior lodge is hosting high school t,~ltitors of Nelson observed their 53rd Platte Junior Collq Woodbine, Kan.,Ashland, Neb., Conference, concluded the special guest was the bride-to- this first picnic of the Past ~ ~ k wedding anniversary last employed by the, I Levelland, Texas, and program with a brief devotional be's mother, Mrs. Ivan Troudt. Master's Club. Committee Four students from Superior :'~d q Friday. Mrs. Anna Mumma and SimonConstruetion' Kingsville, Texas before message and prayer. Ralph Petit Fours, cherry nut ice members include J. P. (Pete) High School and their advisor "e Ela honored them at dinner. In North Platte. moving to Byron in February, Wenske, president of the church cream and cherry punch were Nielsen, facilities and Merlin attended a worlmhop-camp for the evening, Mr. and Mrs. u 1969. council, presented Pastor and served from an appointed table. Baldwin, games, high school vublication editors (Ynarles Holms, Mr. and Mrs. ~ Relatives Their home has been blessed Mrs. Meyer with a gift from the The centerpiece was a white The picnic is scheduled to Aug. 12-15 at Westminster Earl Schufeldt, Miss Raelene i with seven children: Bernice, a congregation, sprinkler can decorated with start at 1 o'clock. Refreshments Woods near Lexington. Mumma of Port Hueneme, attend buffet parish worker in Hollywood, Refreshments were served by floral motifs. Pink tapers were and dessert will be provided. Jody Herrmann and Mary Calif., and Mrs. Anna Mumma dinner Sund~Y Fla., Mrs. John Swiercinsky the ladies of the church. The at either side. Daisy mints in Beaumont, editors of The l~i. and Elva enjoyed home-made : (Lois) of Belleville, a Licensed serving table was decorated in the bride-to-be's colors of pink, Home from trip Flashlight, gathered ideas and Tumbleson-Schukei ice cream at the home of the Forty-five attended Practical Nurse atthe Republic blue and yellow, the bride's blue and lavender completed worked on plans for their honorees, annual Headrick-W~ County Hospital, Ruth, a senior colors of 25 years ago, and the table setting, tO east coast publication, while Paulette wedding to be reunion Sunday. at Dana College, Blair, Paul, centered with a white tiered Miss Troudt will become the Duncan and Karen Wilcox December event Ladies" golf Maxwell (Mildred W~ n who is employed at Reinke anniversary cake. The cake top bride of Rod Paterson Sept. 1. Barbara Bargen returned worked on The Wildcat year- in charge of the arr~ Manufacturing Co., Deshler, was used at their wedding and home on Monday of last week book, which they will edit. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. club news this year. Mrs. H. i also for the wedding of their ~v~rs. Bates best from Baltimore, Md., where she Mrs. Arnold Bohling, Tumbleson of Superior wish to (Eunice Hamberl~ andJames, Mary and Karen of daughter, Lois, onAng. 4, aday Loser in TOPS the home. visited her uncle, Johnnie publications advisor, was a announce the engagement of Nineteen women of the nominated secretarY The day's festivities began at previous to this anniversary Geiswinkler. The two went on a member of the camp staff, their daughter, Jean Lorraine, Superior Country Club went to of next year's reuniJ sight-seeing trip to Washington, The workshop was psonsored to Curtis L. Schukei, son of Mr. the Red Cloud Country Club for the close of the morning wor- celebration. Fresh flowers Best losers at NE 210 TOPS D.C. to Mount Vernon, Valley ship service when a brother, centered the bells of the cake for July were Mrs. Den Moore, Forge, to Philadelphia to seePressbY the AssociationNebraska HighandSChoOlthe Lincoln.and Mrs. Alvin A. Schukei of Tournamentan InvitationallastGOlfwednesday.and Bridge tendedThe followingthe noonr~ Rev. Harold Meyer, of Margate, toP. Mrs. Bob Brant, Mrs. LaVerne the Liberty Bell and to the University of Nebraska School Miss Tumbleson is attending Those awarded golf prizes were signed the guest I~_I Fla., asked Pastor and Mrs. Mrs. Meyer was gowned in aFullerton, Mrs. Dee Swihart beach in New Jersey. Meyer to come forward for a delicate blue floor-length dress, and Mrs. Dick Bates. Best loser of Journalism. Fulltime staff, in Reece and Syhil s School of Mrs. James Bauer, Mrs. Duane Mrs. Joe Etter of SY reaffirming of vows. The also chosen for her daughter's for the month was Mrs. Bates. A two-day stay in New York addition to Mrs. Bohling, in- Hairdressing in Lincoln. Mr. Wrench, Mrs. Minor Baird and Mr. and Mrs. WaYn' congregation, relatives of the wedding. KOPS Dollar winners were City was highlighted by a trip to cluded Professors Gene Har- Schukei is presently employed MrS.Mrs.RObertJohn ToddDennY'won the golf B.HUtchinson'c. Headrick,Kan"Mr' ~ , family and neighboring pastors Attendants of the couple 25 Mrs. Daryl Allington, Mrs. the Empire State building, to a ding and Jim Neat of the by Hinky Dinky, Gateway, in prize at the Aug. 9 Ladies' GOlf Lewis Goodman, BY enjoyed a pot-luck dinner in the years ago, Rev. Harold Meyer Martin Spring and Mrs. Brant. broadway play, a shopping trip University of Nebraska and Lincoln. Day. Lunch was served to all and Mr. and Mrs. 1~ church basement, and Mrs. Louis Turner, along Officers Quickies were won in down-town New York, and to Mrs. Keith Blackledge of North A Dec. 1 wedding is beingthose participating by Mrs. of Wichita, Kan., Mr A short program followed the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Allington twice and other places of interest.Platte High School. planned. dinner beginning with a reading A. L. Larsen, were present for Mrs. Exal Zoltenko for KOPS Dr. W'dma Crumley, assistant Frank Kubat, Mrs. Denny and Rex Headriek and of theweddingwrite-up25years the occasion, and Mrs. Harry Webber and Continuing along the coast director of the Nebraska L l N Mrs. George Johnson. Jewell, Kan. Mrs. Lloyd Ho~ Thursday, Aug. 23, will be the Phyllis Lang and ago by James Meyer. Bernice Mrs. Bates for TOPS. they traveled to Hyannis,University School of Jour- OCa ~,~S annual Ladies' Handicap Mass., Cape Cod and many nallsm, addressed the editors i Meyer sang a solo, "The Miss Holsteen Spinner gifts were won by other plaeesbeforereturningto Tuesday morning. SP5 Ronma Headrick willTournament. The regular and Mrs. Ortman ox i Wedding Prayer," which was shower honoree Mrs. Kenneth Duncan, Mrs. Mrs. Sumner Hunt, Boston. receive his discharge at Fort monthly business meeting and and Daren of peori'~ also sung on their wedding day. Spring, Mrs. Allington and Mrs. Her plane trip enroute home Is accepted into She was accompanied on the Miss Marcia Holsteen was the Brant. Ritchie, Md., Friday. Prior to luncheon will be held. All and Mrs. Arnold He piano by her sister, Ruth. A honored guest at a bridal was via Kansas City where she graduate school being stationed at Fort Ritchie, members are invited to attend short family history was given shower Thursday evening, Aug. Corn ma nder, wife visited a friend. She was gone 10 he served on a tour of duty in as plans for the fall and winter familYGene Andersenf Webber,ofl~B days. Sheryl Bruns, a graduate of Thialand and Korea. He and his acitivities will be discussed, and Mrs. Art ThomPs by Paul Meyer. The Meyer 2, at the United Methodist here for meeting The trip was a college Superior High School in 1968, wife, the former Shirley Wiedel, District president Mrs. Don i ka, children and their cousins, Church in Nelson. A large group graduation gift from her uncle, has been accepted into graduate will return to Superior to visit ot Hardy. .. , was present. The members of Canton andShe is a daughter of Mr. and school at Kansas State his parents, Mr. and Mrs.visits Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. twy Hoins reunion at The entertainment consisted Auxiliary No. 16, I.O.O.F. met Mrs. Leland Bargen and will be University, Manhattan, Kan. Wendell Headrick, and with her Eunice Bourne, , Nelson Sunday of two games, a melody of vocal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. teaching math in high school She will obtain her master of relatives at Deshler. They will The Veteran of Foreign Wars Shatter, Mr. and numbers by Christine Melvin Harry Soresnen for the August ann junior high English this arts degree in speech pathology both be enrolled at the Auxiliary met last Tuesday Brandt and Lee, Mr The annual Hoins family Adamson.and a piano solo by. Sharon meeting.Mrs. RalvhGUestSKrugerWereof NebraskaMr" and term at Henderson, Neb. and audiology. University of Nebraska this fall. evening with eight members Wendell Headrick, x reunion was held in the Nelson Miss Holsteen was the City, Mr. Kruger is department present. Mrs. Colleen Rippen of Mrs. Lloyd ~, Hastings, district president, Superior. Mr. and park Sunday. There were 72 in recipient of many useful gifts, commander of Nebraska. was here to inspect the Roe of Superior also attendance. As she opened them she wasPlans were made for the fall Auxiliary. It was voted to have group for the day'S n Those attending were Mr. and assisted by her mother, Mrs. session to be held at York in a special meeting on Aug. 21 to Mrs. Albert Lambrecht, June, Gene Holsteen, her sister-in- October. Superior Auxiliary is Larry and Lance of Kenesaw, law, Mrs. Michael Holsteen, in charge of the memorial hour. discuss the raising of dues and Fellowship g Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoins and friends, Mrs. John Tata of Mrs. Merlin Baldwin was obtain a VFW cancer insurance, meets at Bul n and Heather of Northeast, Md., Leominster, Mass., and Gwen elected delegate to the session. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Paterson, Jones. , Mrs. Herbert Atkins is Town, Country The Christian Tonya and Tara of Clay Center, The bride s chosen colors of president of the Auxiliary and Unit meets Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Lee Buescher of pink and white were used in Mr. Sorensen is captain of the 18 at the Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Les the decorations and in the Canton. Mrs. Arthur Aspegren was Burr Oak with - Hoins, Pat, Deug and Angie of refreshments served. Dinner was served preceding hostess to the Town and Country Morris as hostess. Rushville, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff The committee in charge ofthe business meeting. Hoins, Kary and Rhonda and arrangements serving were Justin Hoins of Davenport, Mrs. Boyd Jones, Mrs. Milton Lincoln Scouts = Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hoins, Ferebee, Mrs. Joe Ferebee, Lori, Dan, Todd and Jodi of Mrs. Wilma DaMoude, Mrs. on Little Blue Deshler, Mrs. Myrtle Hoins and Dale Adamson, Mrs. Howard canoe trip Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hoins of Good, Betty Adamson, Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ellis Garrison, Mrs. Don Raymond Lang and David ofDoher, Mrs. Ralph Meyer and The Oregon Trail Park at Oak was an unusual sight Thursday Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mrs. Ivan Troudt. morning. Boy Scout Troop No. Sholtz, Kathy, Rick, Mark, The marriage of Miss 29 and their leaders, Del Bard, Scott, Leanne and Renee, Holsteen to James A. Renter Whiteley and Earl Kindle of Mr,Mr" andand Mrs.Mrs" DanCarlHoins,Hartman'Mr. took place Saturday, Aug. 4. Lincoln, were on a canoe trip | !/!ii and Mrs. Ralph Hoins, Pat and Christi, Kim Kulek, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bailey and Mrs. Margaret Hoins of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Stephen and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ferebee, Karen and Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barfknecht of Nelson, Mrs. Irene Barfknecht, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Yvonne and Mrs. Fern Laird of Superior: They aremaking their home in down the Little Blue River, Denmark, Wisc, Bridgetts meet at Gebers home Mrs. Adella Gebers en- tertained the Bridgetts Friday at her home. The high score went to Mrs. Verna Eckles. Low so.re was won by Mrs. Ocie Fh~w~,r and traveling prize by Mrs Y ieda F~ahm. starting from Highway 14 'riley are using two canoes. They all camped at the park with their little red tents and cooked their breakfast on the grill. Mr. Whiteley said they were filmed by the Game Com- mission while they were getting ready to start and at various places along the river. This is to be televised. Unit in Burr Oak Tuesday at- ternoon. Mrs. Nelson Harris conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Marshall Bishop showed the members a bunk bed-size quilt, made of corduroy and made by the Happy Tuesday ladies to be given to the home for foster children at Oberlin. The unit agreed to furnish a lining of outing for the quilt. , Mrs, Joe Rhoe read several articles from KeHC magazine. Mrs. Gene Johnson told of several uses for soda in fire prevention as well as other measures to take in case of fire. Mrs. Nelson Harris gave an educational lesson on insurance policies and cautioned to be sure and study all the policy before buying. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Bishop at 9:00 a.m. Sept. 4. the business During decided to it was donation to Camp Mrs. Lottie devotions from 4:1-12, "The vice." an inetersting Kuipahar Leah Mosher, ~ California, Missouri and of Indiana are mission for in north India. that many chil! more than a basket of rags the home. told of Hawaii, Christian. in Korea and tt Christian Boys Jamica. iiiil