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9-A THE SUPERIOR EXP~ 1983 O Weddin, ments Friday, Aug, l0 Senior Citizens annual ice cream social at the Superior City Auditorium. f Angeia Marie Sapp and Jay Douglas Jenaan were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Aug. 6 at St. Theresa s Catholic Church, Mankato. Father William Killian officiated the double- ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sapp, Esbon and Mankato, brother of the Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, hrtdegroom.Shawn Newell and Mankato. Kendall Nelson, Mankato, were Mmday, Aug. Musicians were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shute, Hastings. The organists were Deanna Flavin, Esbon and Julle Shute, Red Cloud. The bride, escorted by her parents wore a gown designed in chiffon over taffeta in the color of candlelight. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Dabble Sapp Johnson, Esbon. Bridesmaids were Janette Callaway, Eshort, and N~erior PSTO meets in Ward gymnasium, 7:30 p.m. Ge4den Anniversary The children of Floyd and // Nellie Risewick invite everyone to their parents 50th wedding anniversary celebration Friday, Aug. 19. Superior Eagles Club Hers d'oeuvres and ~ champagne served 6 to 9 p.m., with dance following. No gifts :;d: iplease" 3S-lp Golden Anniversary An open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waft on their 50th wedding anniversary will be Sunday, Aug. 21, at Hotel Leslie, Superior, 2 to 5 p.m., hosted by i their children, Dick and Nancy. The couple requests no gifts please. 32-2c The 50th anniversary of Harry and Fern Blackstone was Silver Anniversary celebrated at an open house at Mr. and Mrs, Larry Fuller, the Hotel Leslie from 2:30 to Superior, wtllobservetheir25th 4:30 p.m. Sunday. anniversary Saturday, Aug. 20, Hosting the occasion were l~.nda Dettmer, Leawood, at an open house at the Eagles their children, Marilyn and Club from 7-9 p.m. with a dance Charles Seamans, Eldridge, Anne Johnson, Esbon, M~. following. Friends and relatives Iowa, Ruth and Corwin the bride, was flower gir. are invited without further Searnans, Wamego, Kan., and Jarme Jeusen, Mankato, sister invitation. The couple request Jerry and Dody Blackstone, Los of the bridegroom, was nogilts. 32-2pAngeles, Calif. rlngbenrer. Bestman was Kevin Jena , groomsmen. Ushers and candlellghters were Dr. Harry Johnson, Esbou, heother-in-law of the bride, and Brent Jensen, Superior. Attonding the guest book was Shawna Hale, Wichita. Gift attendants were Shelley Follmer, Nelson and Debbie Firth, Leawood. Hosts wa'e Mr. and Mrs. Wea Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jebanok. A reception was held at the Lodge 161 to hav . Elks Club in Superior. state convention The bride is a 1979 graduate of Esbon High School and attended here this weekend Kan,as State University. She is now employe at the State Bank The Danish Brotherhood of Esb . Lodge, No. 161, is hosting the The bridegroom is a 1979 state conventionattheSuperior graduate of Mankato High Elks Lodge Friday through School and a 1963 graduate of Sunday. Kansas State University with a Other activities this summer degree in business include a bus tour to Kansas management. He is now era- City to attend two major league pioyed at Jenaen Oil and Gas baseball games for the mem- Co., Mankato. bars and guests, and a steak fry Following a wedding trip, the at Lovewell Lake. More than 40 couple will reside in Mankato. members and children attmded the steak fry. A brle business meeting was held. Attending the state picnic at Blair in July were Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thmnsen. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedermm and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz, Mr. Thomsen and Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are members of the state board and attended a meeting while there. Spring Creek Swin2ers have national c dler family reunion held at Aurora The 1983 Hayes-WilieR reunion was held at the F.F.A. Camp, Aurora, Nab., July SO and $1. One hundred twenty.five were in attendance for the two-day reunion, Guests were from California, Debra Jo Henry and Todd Allen Garrett, together with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Henry, Guide Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Garrett, Fairbury, announce their engagement and approaching marriage. A graduate of Guide Rock High School, the future bride is employed at Alexander Motors, Inc., Superior. Her fiance, a graduate of Fairbury High School, is em- ployed by Gary Schmidt, Fairbury. The couple is planning a Sept. I0 wedding at United Methodist Church, Red Cloud. Kansas, Colorado, Iowa, Attend BPW fall Missouri, Mississippi and Nebraska. healed meeting The business meeting was Pauline Harkim, president of Jensby-Jensen Petersen family reunion Sunday The Deshler Legton Hall was held Saturday evmdng after filled to capacity Aug. 2 with which games and cards were the Superior Business and The annual Jensby, Jansen. members and guests of the played. Professional Women's Club, Petersen family picnic was held Spring Creek Swingers Square The children and young adt ts and Margene Shuck "attended at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Dance Club. National caller, swam in the open swimmingthe State Fall Board meeting of Nels Nelsen Sunday. Harold Bausch, Fremont, po . the Nebraska Federation of called the tips. Mr. and Mrs. Su y diane/" was served BPW Clubs in Fremont Those attending were Mr. and Bausch alse eailed for the round followed by aprogram of which Saturday and Stmday. Mrs. Ernest Andreasen and Mr. dancing. David Rust was master of and Mrs. Clarence Jensby, S u r r ou nd i n g t ow n s esremmdes. Mulne Margaret Baroff, Grand Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Art represented were Hardy, Lexington, led the gronp as they Island, state president,Jeosby, Davenport, Mr. and Bruning, Geneva, Falrbury, Guide Reck, Jewell, Mankato, Courtiand, Burr Oak, Republic, Smith Center and Eebon. Arlo Doohring welcomed the and announcements were with several local cailerA recognized by Beusch. The present cfficen, Ario and Betty Dee ng, prmtdent, Don Sutton, Gilead, Superior, En- prayed The Lord's Prayer. presided at the meeting. The dieott, Nora, Beatrice, Tobias, Gifts for different occasions state officers and state chair- w mer ermented, men gave reports, conducted Hayes, Superior, was works ps and completed plans the only tmcle present, for the club year. A quilt is given away each The Stq 'ior BPW club will year. Mrs. Basil Willett, participate in the District Fall Mtm'ay, Iowa, was the winner, conference in Hebron Oct.9. qln$ Mrs. Lawrence Jensby, Hebron, Mr. and Mrs. RUdy Kriger, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jensen and Jim Jensen, Nelson, Mary Jensen, Ruskin, and Leona Jeusby, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnemann and Mr, and Mrs. Harry Schriever. Superior. Eilert Bargen honored on 89th birthday Sunday Eilert Bargen, Nora, who celebrated his 89th birthday Sunday, was honored at a picnic in Superior City Park. Attending the picnic, besides the honoree, were Mrs. Bargen, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wiedel and Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saath~f, Phillip and Laura and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Saltznmn, Hebron; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tordrup, Chris and Shawn, Superior; Mrs. Melvin Kugler, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kugler, Lora and Katie, Abilene, Kan.; Norms Elliott, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lechtenberger, Tulsa, Okla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Saathoff, Brian and Micheil, Lincoln, After Mr. and Mrs. Bergen :., ~ , ~ returned home, they had a ,~-. / ! telephone call from Mr. and ~/~ i Mrs. Hal Moore, Alexander,~ i Vs., and their guest, Pare Moore, Albuquerque, N.M. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Saathoff and Brent, Omaha, Mr. and La l, sl n u Mrs. Melvin Kugler, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen, Nora, took Mr. and Mrs. Bargen ]DI to ,Mankato for dinner last .--e ,inu 6 Fern Hewer and Harry Monday evening, to honor Mr. Blackstone were married Sept. Bargen. 25, 1933, in Mankato, Kan., by The Burr Oak Nazarene Colleua Barker, Judge Frank Kissinger. Their Lovewen Club Church was the setting of the 2 the flower girl. p.m. wedding ceremony Aug. 6 Steve Shaddi attendants were Roberts Wilde meets at (9oodwin of Sandra Marlene Langley and and James Lat Hewer and Ralph Hewer, brother of the bride. They have home Thursday Jerry Lee Roesti. Rev. Clinton brother of the b lived most of their married life Ferguson, Burr Oak, officiated attendants. N on farms in Jewell County. The Loveweli Library Club the double-ring ceremony. Superior, was the A program was presented met in the home of Nancy Parents of the couple are Mitzi Roesti, l which included group singing of Goodwin, Lovewell, last Deanna Langley, Mankato, and the bridegroom, songs which were popular Thursday afternoon. Ten Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Rcesti, guest book. Jshe around the year of 1933. In- members and one guest, Tonya Burr Oak. were Mike and troductions were given of the Collins, Concordia, attended. Candelabra entwined with Burr Oak, children, grandchildren and Roll call was answered with greenery and accented with out-of-town relatives. Lois "Places I've Been Or Want To blue satin bows were lit by the Ferreli, granddaughter of the See." For activity everyone Anita Langley, Mankato, sister Blackstones, read two poems, brought something in- of the bride, and Lisa Beavers, DodyBlackstoneplayed a violin ternatimml and told about it.. Superior. solo, accompanied by Jerry The fall wiener roast, set for Traditional wedding music Blackstone on the piano. Ruth Sept. 10, wasdtscussod. A letter was played by Ruth Clegg, Seamans read a poem from Keith Roe. state Mankato. She accomapnied especially written about the 50 representative, was read, Jerry Barnes, Burr Oak, as he years of married life of the concerning a state highway to sang. honored couple. LovowellLakeandWebber, and The bride, escorted by her Those attending from a was discussed, brother, chose a sleeveless distance were Charles, Marilyn The Sept. 8 meeting will he gown of knit chiffon. and Mark Seamans, Jana with Mrs. Darrell Hansen, The bride's attendants were Voelkel, Robert and Lois Hardy. Bonnie Tremblay, Formoso, Ferrel, Eldridge, Iowa; Cerwin, The hostess served lunch, and Sheryl McAtee, Mankato. Ruth, Bryan, and Kimborly Seamans, Wamego, Kan.; Jerry, Dody, Christopher and Heather, Los Angeles, Calif.; Hilda Hewer, Temple, Texas; Larry, Jayme, Jeff, Jody, Leri, Todd and Brock Hower, Puebla, Mexico; Ralph and Roberts Hewer, Nampa, Idaho; Sharon Williams and Kathy, Littleton, Colo. ; James Blackstone, Brawley, Calif.; Mark, Betty Lou, Sbarllee and Terilyn Peckham, Kansas City, Me.; and John, Gloria, Karen and Nathan James, Cable, Ill. Brad Bargen honored on his first birthday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, Hastings, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Pamela Sue, to Larry Dale Schlichtman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schlichtman, Edgar. The future bride is a 1979 graduate of Hastings High School. She attended Kearney State College and is employed at Marketplace Shopper. Her fiance graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1979 and is engaged in farming. A Nov. II wedding is planned. Miss Jones is the granddaughter of Mrs. Noel Hughes, Hastings. Delka family has Colorado reunion Eighty-one attended a Delka Mrs. Ed Delka, Kelley and Mr. family picnic at Eaton, Colo., and Mrs. Lyle Delka and Casey Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bargen and Julie, Nora, entertained at a dinner Sunday, Aug. 7, in honor of the first birthday of their son and brother, Brad. All 10 of his grandparents and great grandparents were present. They are 5tr. and Mrs, Gayle Towle and Mary Thiel, Murdock, Minnie Towle, Lin- coin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bargen and Mr, and Mrs. Eilert Bargen, Nora, and Mr. and Mrs. Torn McKeown. Superior. Lake, Kay Beverly Marjorie Following to Nebraska, at home in Burr' A supper rehearsal was and Mrs. Roseti Community Attending were party, their s pou2 .. members and F, ev. U.D. Club supper The U. D. Club Sunday evening Citizem Corner, Gerald Jim Watts, Clifford Adam Harrington, Marvin Rubge and Mr. and bury. 40th reunion The 40th Kottmeyer held in City Sunday. The second Sunday year except for it was held the was started until the death Imm and his Kottmeyer changed to senior members ' travel so The ori members were Cadams, E Grummert, Kottmeyer, Kottmeyer, Anna Denver, and lmm, Alma. Those were Mrs. and Roy derson, Dawn, Gaff, Guide Sharou Harvard; Dick Kris, Kim, Wymore; Dr. Kottmeyer, Centennial LWM meet Wednesday The Centennial Lutheran Woman's Missionary League met Wednesday afternoon. The theme for the afternoon was "Let The Lord Be Your Guide," which was featured in the devotions, read by Marle Schnackenberg and the topic presented by Cathie Ahrene. Leeta Theiss gave the group a quiz on "Children Of The Bible." Rose Fintel and Dixie Grisham were hostesses. swimming Broken Bow; Sunday, July 31. of the Dallas area. Marcia Relatives and friends, who Others attending were Olive Rock; Cindy w~l.t attended were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Delka, Bostwick; Mr. and Mrs. Rhyan, Grand y Knenig, Mr. and Mrs. Allen DonDelka, Hardy; Mr. and and Florence and Lorna Harms, vice Stagner and Adrienne, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and Mr. and Falrmont dent, Vernon and Irene Mrs. Delbert Delka and Mrs. Bill Delka and family, I, treasurecs, and Paul and Laura Anderson, Tempe,and four third places,for both the regular season and Canadian national team.daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Guide Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hulda Grace Schardt, secretaries, Ariz.,' granddaughter of Wilton Swimming during thefail and the season-ending relayLaura's five-year-old sister, John Tyler, Greeley, Colo.; Delka and family, including her John / were ple ed to have the large Anderson, Superior, was winter months.with the Tempe championships..-- Mary, competed on the Tempe Ruby Gates, Mr. and Mrs. niece, Marcia Hafer, Grand and Sharell awarded the outstanding Swim Devlk, a U.S.S. swim- Eighty swimmers cempetea Racquet and Swim Club team ForrestAnderson, Mr. andMrs. Island; Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Holdrege; . attendance, tim and fellowship swimmer trophy for _her age mlng team, she recorded some on the team. The conference for the first time this summer. Paul Kirkbride and daughters McCartney, Inland; for the last square dance wldle Rose Sehlefl group on the Tempe Racquet the top times for her age championships, which drew Swimming in the six-and- and Tim Deika, Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Don Mccartney Larry and in office. Fln2er ..... " t'- and ---'"- and Swim Club team this group in the Phoenix eight teams, had about 400 under age group, Mary won SO City, Colo.; ' and Julia, Nelson; Jonie Niles, Fernan were served hv Mm.vin munmer, ribbons, ranging from first to ....... " ..... ..... S--mar metropolitan area. She competitors. Others from Colorado were Aurora; Mr. and Mrs. John Jason and Agnes Worner, Gerald and recorded season.best times of For three years Laura has sixth places. She had her best Mr. and Mrs. Doug Lea and Biltofl and family, Nora, in. cUey; Becky tlda and ,,w,,,,m ]8.8 seconds in the 5-meter taken lessons from and com- performance in the club daughter, Ft. Collins; Tammie cluding their foreign exchange City; Gary i and' vlvia'-' ,m ..... swimmorsintheaix gegronpsfreestyle; 21.4 seconds in the peted for coach Monika championship when she won a Delka. Walt Armigo and Mr. student, Jose Savilla Rovirosa theChurcho who emptied tim most points meter backstroke ; 23.6seconde Sublette, a former West Ger- gold medal in her age group in and Mrs. Joe Stacey and from Mexico ; and Mr. andMrs, andKim Lave osky a'--da e"Tin dU ura,the sea petedin the 7 in the 25-meter breakstroke; re, swimming champion, who the 25-meter backstroke. Her Dabble, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Erues~ Warner, Bernice Mc- AI and MinS Hebnm for their wedding an- S.w/tr.o|,' ,,aotured M and 19.5 seconds in the 5-meter competed in the 1960 Olympic time was SO.I seconds. Mary's Bob Sanders and Darren, Cartney and Bob McCartney, Superior; Rich versa'-' .... ,--v butterfly. ames in the 100- and 200-meter other best times were 38.5 Brighton; Betty Ramsay, Red Cloud. Hoback, Alan ~,,~ dm,,t.~nn.m ,~,,~, will individual nd relay pin The Tempe Racquet and breaststrokes. During the seconds in the 25-meter Thornton; and Mary Jane Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ed Me- Hastings; .... -t Ruskin Swim Club team finished the winter months, Sublette freestyle; 55.7 seconde in the 25- Relbold, Dacono. Cartney and Mr. andMrs. Mlke Kottmeyer, ,~ ..... ~t,, m,n ~ new ~ ,- -~ ~ ,,,~ ,, v,,~, ,,,,,~. smumer with a dual meet coaches swimming at the meter breastroke and 49.4 Texas relatives attending McCartney and Melissa, Hardy; an m,,,,,,, ,,m ,,,,,~,t, ~,~, Elliot For the summer, Laura won 31 record. The team repeated as University of Calgary and has seconds in the 25-meter but. were Mr. and Mrs. Neff Delka Lebanon, Kan.; 0nd Mr. and Shellhase, KriutMleld calling. .- ......... ,~-,.~, Valley C, oMerence champions served as a coach for the tartly, and Cathy, Seuthiake, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ehlers, Webber. Superior.