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z ements Social Events Thursday, September 23, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A __ + alendar of Event Friday, Sept. 24 Tuesday, Sept 28 Cards at the Senior Citizens Room, SuperiorCity Auditorium, 1-4:30 p.m., coffee and snacks at 3 o'clock. Tuesday, Sept. 28 Nuckolls County Genealogi- cal Society meets in library basement at 7:30 p.m. 100th Anniversary Olive Chapter No. 63 Order of the Eastern Star will observe its 100th anniversary Sunday, Sept. 26, 2 p.m., at the Masonic Hall. Friends and relatives are invited. 38-1p 90th Birthday Open House We are celebrating the 90th birthday of Wilber "Jake" Howe Sunday, Sept. 26, with open house from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Senior Citizens Room in the Superior City Auditorium. Please come and join us, friends and relatives. 37-2c 90th Birthday Open House You are invited to the Guide Rock Rebekah Lodge No. 180 90th birthday open house Sun- day, Oct. 3, 2-4 p.m., at the Vet- erans Hall, Guide Rock. 38-2c vows in Salem Women ef the ELCA meet Debra Jackson, daughter of John and Carol Jackson, Saiina, and Vernon Morris, son of Cleo and Twila Morris, Burr Oak, were married Friday in the Burr Oak city gazebo at 7:30 p.m. The Hey. I.ester Snyder, Burr Oak, offici- ated at the ceremony. The bride's attendants were Christina Jackson, Salina, and Diana Abell, Burr Oak. The bridegroom's attendants were Terry Pate, Esbon, and Curt Abell, Burr Oak. The newlyweds were guests of honor at a barbecue supper Satur- Vernoye Bargen honored on her 80th birthday Vernoye Bargen was honored at an open house in Centennial Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall Sunday afternoon. It was in ob- servance of her 80th birthday which was Saturday. The celebration was planned by Marilyn Bargen, daughter-in- Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Churches of America met at Salem Lutheran Church day in the Burr Oak Senior Citi- last Wednesday evening. The lc~ zens' Building. A wedd+ng recep- son, "Knowledge of Love," tion proceeded the supper. I Corinthians 8:1-13 was led b~ BothareemployedattheJewell Esther Schlanmrm. The lessoi County Hospital, Mankato. They endedin singing the Lord's aycr are making their home in Burr Carol Wameking conducv:J Oak. the business meeting. A thank you was read from Camp Joy Hollin~ Ruskin club plans for the quilt donated. Proceeds were $20,000 from the quilt auc- Halloween party tion. The Round About Ruskin Ex-Newly elected officers are tension Club met Sept. 9 at the fire Loretta Feismer, vice presidcrv hall. Plans for the Halloween party and Mary Ann Meyer, secreu~y were discussed. DeAnna Turtle will be president A committee was appointed to and Eleanor Stiles treasurer. research printing a Ruskin corn- Members discussed serving munity address directory. Kay lunch at the Superior craft fair. Eickman presented a cake deco- Betty Ebsen reported on her rating demonstration, trip to the Washington, D.C. con- The next meeting will be Oct. vention.HostesseswereMaryLou 14. Grummert and Roberta Kemper+ law, and hosted by son, Vie, Olive Chapter No. 63 Order Plans for the observance of Marilyn and Kendra. Ken&a, a of the Eastern Star met Monday the 100th anniversary of Olive granddaughter, registered the evening. Worthy Matron Billy Chapter No. 63 OES Sunday more than 100 guests. Marilyn Maxey conducted the business were discussed. and Vic greeted the guests, meeting. Chauncey Mickelsen re+ Women from the church and AcardwasreceivedfromJobs ported the annual Masonic-East- Couples planning Guilkey an- The marriage took place in Oct. 23 wedding Becky Kay Meyer, daughterMarsha Enzs, Whitewater, and EthelMosier, Davenpon, assisted Daughters congratulating Olive ernStarHolidaydinnerwillalso oftheir on, the courtyard of the Kaysville of Steve and Judy Meyer, Supe- MarshalTheissen,Wichita. So- at the reception from 2-4. Later Chapter on its 100th year birth- be a Friendship Night and Guest to Carol Lurelle Rock Chapel, Kaysville, Utah. RobertandNancyGray, Supe-rior, and Marcus Michael los and a duet were sung by they served supper to relatives day. An invitation was received Night Nov. 20. r of LeRoy andAfter a summer internshiprior, and Sylvester Fox, Frank- Caldwell, sonofMikeandRuthie Stephanie Williams, Lincoln, and several close friends, from Fairbury to attend the Cen- The September birthdays of Kaysville, Utah. with Amoco Oil Company, Hous- fort, Kan., announce the engage- Caldwell, Burr Oak, were mar- and Scott Burgess, Superior. Among the guests were Marvin tennial Celebration of Vashti Mr. Mickelsen, Genevieve Presents ton, Texas, the bride and bride- ment of their daughter, Rachel ried at the United Methodist Ushers were the bride's and Carol Schrnidt and a niece, Chapter No. 68 Oct. 10. A letter Ebsen, Clara Mae Chambers, Fox, to Terry Duffy, Guide Rock. Church, Burr Oak. The Rev. brother, Chad Meyer, and Scott YvonneBishopGfeller, Peabody, from the Masonic Eastern Star Pearl Langer and Mrs. Maxey groom will be students at the Duffy is the son of James Duffy, Lester Snyder officiated the Hertz, Superior. Kan., a nephew, Craig Meyer, Home for Children at Fremont were recognized and "Happy [}l'OgrlLrll University of Utah at Salt Lake GuideRock, and Nadlne Phillips, double-ring ceremony. Guest book attendants were Grand Island, and Ruth Ann expressed the need for a new van Birthday" was sung. d~amily and Child- City. An open house in their honor Rogers, Ark. The bride, escorted by her Jamie Boettcher; Guide Rock, Moore and Amy, Hastings. to replace the 1992 van. Merle Hayes reported on the a meeting was last was at the home of the The Grays also announce the father, chose a white satin gown and Michell Harris, Burr Oak, Others signing the guest book The Rose Award program ofMasonic home at Plattsmouth ng at the+ home of bridegroom's parents Sunday. engagment of their daughter, withlace, sequins and simulated who also handed out peach and were from Deshler, Fairfield, Dav- General Grand Chapter was ex- There are 140 residents living Christy, to Michael Hansen, Su- pearls, teal satin flowers filled with bird- enport, Nelson, GuideRock, Burr plained. This award is given for there. Craft project items are cer, San&a.F_oo_te, perior, son of Lee Royand Joanna Angle Meyer, sister of the seed. Gifts attendants were Oak, Hardy and Superior. community service, needed at the home. trifled grapnoana- Granddau ter is Hansen, Hardy. bride, served as maid of honor. Malanee Dejmal, Dodge City, Courtesy chairman EstherRefreshments were served in .Program and aria- The couples will exchange Bridesmaids were Candace But- and TanyaDunn, Lincoln. Dawn American Legion Mickelsen reported sending get- the dining room by Marguerite well cards to John Tyree, Gwen Moret, Mrs. Ebsen, Nancy .rag. young ca erist vows oct. 23. A reception and ler and Lori Grove, Superior, Anderson, Guide Rock, was wed- dance are being planned at the and Loretta Spangler, Ewing. ding coordinator. The bride's Auxiliary meets Huber and Clifford Young and a Edwards and Gladys Kubat. sympathy card to Pauline [l[ ord Jeanne surface, granddaugh- Superior VFW Club. Matt Caldwell, Burr Oak, personal attendants werewith Donna Gillan Harkins. ter of a Wilma Langer, Superior, served his brother as best man. Stephanie Rothchild, Superior, The by-laws will be updated Kirchhoff speaks teadly and Elsie Mueller, Nelson, has Schardt presides Groomsmen were Joe Boyles, and Tammy Stenson, Hardy. American Legion Auxiliary and sent to Grand Chapter for at Hardy Legion, b"CE been named the Hastings Busi- at St. Peter LWML kato, and Chad Lehrling,chauffeured in a black limousine home of Donna Gillan, Oak. Auxiliary meeting ness and Professional Women's Burr Oak, James Barry, Man- The wedding couple was Unit 242 met last Monday at the approval. maers Family and Club young careerist. The September meeting of St. Hastings. Ringbearer was Gre- driven by Jerry Grove, to a wed- President Thelma Wortman Valley Viel Club The Hardy American Legion tcation met at the Surface, 33, is married and has Peter Lutheran Women Mission- gory Zimmerman, Casper, Wyo. ding dance and reception at the called the meeting to order. The x_CenterlastTues- three chil&en. A gradlmte assis- ary League was called to order Drew Meyer, brother of the Mankato armory, flag salute and preamble were re- at Frerichs homeand Auxiliary had a joint meeting .'Stafford as host- tantattheUniversityofNebraska- by President Joann Schardt. bride, and Erica Enzs, last Tuesday. The potluck dinner ?ngavede_votionsl A three-tiered staircase wed- cited. Chaplain Evelene Hinz led Ten members of Valley View was attended by 19 members and Kearney, she is cun:exttly working Helen Folkerts led the devotion, Whitewater, Kan., were ding cake centered the serving devotions. " Club met Friday afternoon at the guests. Lord s Prayer on her master's in education. Sbe "Dedication of Mite Box Offer- candlelighters. Taylor table. Mrs. Sondra Drees and Eight members answered roll home of ,Mr, s. Gene Frerichs. Roll Monte Kirchhoff, Hardy rep- tute. also earned her bachelor's degree ings." Mites were brought for- Boettcher, Guide Rock, served Sue Henry, aunts of the bride, call by giving a cash contribution ward after which the LWMI_ as flower girl. Falrbury, and Dawn Anderson according to earrings worn or not '.rs answered roll Koc.ational home economics at call was How and Where You resentative, told about attending of the reasons pledge was recited by members. Organist and pianist were served the cake. worn. Secretary Lorraine Kastrup Vacationed." Boys State a week in Lincoln. A A film, "National parks," was question and answer period fol- ve for not recy- Sheis the daughter ofDale and Pastor Heuer led the topic Rachelle Henry and Jarie read the minutes which were ap- viewed. Plans for the club's an- lowed the report. 0ks messy. Give Mona Mueller, Hastings. from the quarterly, "Training Bethany Women Drees served the bridal table, proved.TreasurerPhyllissehmitt nual tour were made. Sept. 29 make recycling Wheels: Being a Friend and Loetta Pedersen gave a Labor a dconvenient. Presbytertall Mentor." Debbie Heuer andhave salad supper Reception coordinators were gave a report, members will meet at the home of Daypresentation.lqostesseswcrc Lonzie Garman and Sandy Members voted to give $10 to OrthaLeeceat8a.m.,beforede- Marj Blair and Joan Edwards. Jeannie Betten were welcomed Bethany Women of the Evan- Billenwillans, Burr Oak, and St. Marks for copy machine use, parting for Grand Island. The Oct. 12 auxiliary meeting as guests and new members of gelical Lutheran Church of Carmen Renz, Superior. LWML. Sixteen members re- America met at the church last called their favorite vacations to Thursday. A salad supper pre- answer roll call. ceded the meeting. The birthday party at Park- Bertha Mae Schultz, educa- view Haven was Tuesday. Sun- tional secretary, presented open- day, OCt. 3 is LWML Sunday. ing devotions with a candlelight- The Zone Rally will be Sunday, ingceremony.GeraldinePeterson, OCt. 17 at Faith Lutheran stewardship secretary, gave the Church, Hebron. offering meditation. Members voted to serve for The birthday song was sung the liturgy and mission meeting and offeringswerereceived.Bible at St. Peter's Davenport, Satur- study, "Knowledge or Love?" day, Nov. 6, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. based on l Corinthians, wasledby They will help with registration Pastor Richard Buchholz. and serve the noon meal and af- President Lorraine Kastrup ternoon break. The meeting presided at the business meeting closed with the poem, "Reflec- which included election of offic- flons," and all joined in the corn- ers and closing with the Lord's mort table prayer. Prayer. to order 400 small poppies and to Honored guests included send $22 to the Grand lsland Vet- RosieCaldwell, BurrOak, bride- erans Administration Medical grooms' grandmother, Betty Centerfortheauxiliary'sgiftshop Meyer, Fairbury, and Mr. and assignment. Mrs. Otto Peters, Cuba, the C'haplain Hinz closed the meet- bride's grandparents. The bride- ing with prayer. Alice Eggers pre- groom is also the grandson of the sented the program. The hostess late John "Ezra" and Lorretto served lunch. Zimmerman. The Oct. 11 meeting will be at AfteratriptoTexasthecouple the home of Mrs. Verlan will reside in Superior. Mussmann. N The1994officerselectedwerewill be at the home of JoArme Phyllis Purcell, president, Nyla Edwards. MildredJensen willalso Webber, vice president, and be hostess. The education pro+~ Phyllis Ross, secretary-treasurer, gram will be by Bernice Hansen+ Stroot 449 N Central Superior, Neb. Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Weekdays Traditiona/ Home- Dinner Choices Each Evening and Cooking Luncheon Specials at Noon :.- .. Open Sundays, 7 a.m to2 p.m g, .,; . "" .'" Four Dinner Entrees " " to select from Oct. 2 Barbara Russell and Gil Gregg Maria Kirchhoff and Brian Stanley Amy Johnson and Herb Adee All Bddes Are Welcome to Register At June's N' More 324 N Central, Superior, Neb. U.I O Sharing For 30 years The.Residents, Advisory Board and Staff of the Superior Good Samaritan Center cordially invite you to attend our 30th Anniversary Celebration Week Monday, Sept. 27-Sunday, Oct. 3 Monday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m .................. Prairieland Cloggers Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2 p.m ................. Quilt Show Wednesday, Sept. 29, 10:30 a.m ..... Founder'-s Day Service Thursday, Sept. 30, 6 p.m ............ '..Family Potluck Supper Friday, Oct. 1, 2 p.m ........................ Volunteers Appreciation Sunday, Oct. 3, 2 p.m ....................... Anp_iversary Program Followed by and Entertainment ent the raise to $15. The be used lies bet- the council Were made on and the XVere excellent Circle I meets at Whitney cabin Circle I of Presbyterian Women met last Wednesday at the lakeside cabin of Francis Whimey. Darlene Woerner was also hostess. Fourteen members answereed roll call. Vi McCord, moderator, called the gathering to order and opened with prayer. Mrs. Woerner gave the mes- sage of the least coin from Psalms 25:14 and Romans 15:30. She closed with prayer. Mrs. McCord read history of the Superior library. March 29, 1884, a group of Presbyterian Women started the library. In 1908 a board of five women and four men transferred it to the city with 2,200 books and $100 cash. A grant was obtained in 1908 from the Carnegie Foundation. Mrs. Day worked for 42 years on this enterprise. In 1885 F.S. Barber was elected the first librarian and Jeanine Todd her assistant. Doris Christensen gave the les- son based on Samuel I: 12-28. Prayer was read inunison. Members were reminded of the need for cookies for the Blood- mobile Tuesday. I be Oct. 28, 9:30 , at the Mankato Will be given plus tables make craft ar- ~to furnish three 18 cinnamon Prize and a table will be Bend. s held with the as helper. Will host the he senior cen- a 910USE S Parents' homecoming Luncheon r, Oct. 1,11 a.m. I agles Club 133 East Third Street uperior, Neb. p.m. Central to Fourth Street