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September 27, 1973     Superior Express
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2A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 27, 1973 Long friends Sgt. and Mrs. Keith James of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood of Burr Oak, Kan., last week. They lived in Dondon, England, and became friends of the Wood family when Leonard Wood was stationed in Ix)ndon during World War II. The Lyle Wood family and Mrs. James have been pen pals for the past 28 years. The Fairfield Presbyterian Community Church was enhanced with an air of rain- bows and garden fragrance at dusk during the candlelight ceremony of Cindia Rae Stauss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Bud) Stauss of Superior, and Marvin Eugene Schliep, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schliep of Fairfield. The Rev. Henry Fawcitt of Minnesota soleminzed their vows. Organist Dennis Washburn .-.l .... .4 ..... 1 ...... :- L~-..~ ,LA vows said at Busin~ ( Hot~ I dinner Mr ch Rochelh High ScL ( I ;t" Superior and ~IYs['GracVB'utler at'U~oame mat" 5541cr(,entralW Edmonton, British Columbia over taffeta. Feminine ruffling ---Debra-and Mark- McCo~ell The Ruskin Community ~iL of Essex, Iowa. Superior ' and others. These young and Venise lace trim accented were flower girl and ring-Presbyterian Guild met at the • families are doing wonderful the high neckline and the cuffs bearer, home of Mrs. Louis Noblitt on Mrs. James Johnson was work in these areas, of the victorian sleeves. Ruffles teh ....... organist and accompaniedCeu-le honored Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brueain__.g Thursday afternoon, Sept. 20, am Mrs. Fred Brabher and Dav/d l• The4 tober meeting will be aml Vem se lace created a V- hosted the reception at the Elks The meeting opened with the g, ontwovo dm ben. Saturday evening with Mrs. MarshaU B/shop. effect bodice. The bell Club in Superior. Peggy Deuel, singing of "I Love To Tell the s. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rdff were ao: the Mr. and The Smmyside Club went to Olive C.l .pter ,mmeue skirt featured anguestSister°fthebride'attendedthebook and gift table at- devotionsSt°ry'"Mrs" F. G. DillongaVefrom Psalms. Mrs. Mrs.R,W. Peteimm were hosts thehomeof Mr. and Mrs. John m ts Friday tendant was Monica Braun,Evon Sykes, president, for the couple, Grummert Saturday evening to The September mNting of Superior. Assisting at the presided. It was voted to send it, Tom ~ and lion Peterson help them celebrate their silver reception were Mrs. Roger Christmas gifts to residents of were ushers, anniversary. The evening was Olive Chapter, No. Order d McCoanell, Kansas City, aunt of the Indian Reservation at DI . A fotw4J~r wedd~ cake was spent playing cards. A Eastern Star, was held Friday the bridegroom, Sheri Reker, Kayant, Ariz. The Least Coin the central of r czp- cooperative lunch was served, evening. Mrs. Steve MeGowan Fremont and Nancy Schleicher, offering was received. The presided at the business follow Those Mrs. Vdma sister of the bridegroom,lesson, "Christians Stir Things ~ ~van, Mrs. Ma.~yCarter, Mr. ~i Following a wedding trip to Up." was led by Mrs. Dillon. el: . Mrs. Hudson, Mr. She that the past Colorado the couple will make Refresluneazts of sandwiches, Carl and Mrs. Elmer Schrinver, Mr. matrons andpast patrons the their home in Fremont where salad, assorted cookies and and ~ Per.son, Mr. Order M EaM~rn Star will be the bridegroom is employed as coffee wm~ served. The Oe- aml Mrs. mmistant of tober will be Jt the were hosts for the reception Now Thru Tue. ..,. .... to-' arm.- Prices