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Thursday. September 30, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A n's ements Social Events Lines Friday, Oct. 1 Tuesday, Oct. 5 Cards at the Senior Citizens Room, Superior City Auditorium, 1-4:30 p.m., coffee and snacks at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 The Hardy Senior Citizens will have their monthly potluck dinner at the fire hall. 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 90th Birthday Card Shower The family of Mary Schiermeyer requests a90thbirth- day card shower in her honor Sun- day, Oct. 3. Cards may be sent to 546 N National, Superior, Neb. 68978. 39-1p 40th Anniversary Open House The children and grandchil- dren of Emil and Geraldine Stichka will honor them with an open house Sunday, OCt. 3, 2-4 p.m., at the Ruskin Community Center, Ruskin, Neb., in celebra- tion of their 40th wedding anni- Olive Chapter No. 63 Order of Members of Jobs Daughters the Eastern Star, which was char- BethelNo.66andGuardianKaren tered June 1893, hosted a centen- Sole, Nelson Chapter 2?, and As- nial celebration Sunday at the sistant. Guardian Steven Henk, Masonic Hall, Superior. Billy Ancient Free and Accepted Ma- Maxey, worthy matron, andMerle sons No. 121, Superior, attended Hayes, worthy patron, presided, the celebration. Special guests were Worthy Other guests were from Grand Patron Robert Rhodes and Thornton, Colo., Nelson, Mrs. Rhodes, Utica Chapter No. Belleville, Hebron, Fairbury, 199, Exeter, Grand Conductress Grand Island, Red Cloud, Oak, JeanineHoffmanBryson, Willena Hastings and Davenport. Chapter No. 321, Polk; Grand Worthy Grand Patron Rhodes Organist Dr. Robert Ellisworth presentedOliveChapteracenten- and Mrs. Ellsworth, Grand Island nial certificate with congratula- Chapter No. 41; Grand Adah Patti tions from Grand Chapter. Past Papek, Narcissus Chapter 269, Grand Matron of Kansas, Mrs. Omaha; Past Grand Matron of Clark, spoke. Kansas, Karen Clark, and Mr. A program, "Memories," was Clark, Ophel Chapter No. 115, presented. Mark Butler sang two Belleville; Grand Representative solos and Barbara Johnson and of Ohio in Nebraska, Esther Betty Schott sang, piano accom- Mickelsen and Mr. Mickelsen, panied by Glenda Thayer. Olive Chapter No. 63; and Ben A skit reviewing chapter his- Harvey, Arbor Vita Chapter No. tory and highlights was presented 92,administrator of the Masonic- by Winona Henk, Jane Headrick, Eastern Star Home for Children, Chambers, Dorothy Corman and Fremont. Shuck. A memorial for all de- Past matrons and past patrons ceased Olive Chapter members of Olive Chapter attending were was given by Worthy Matron Keith entertains neighborhood club Ruby Keith, Nelson, enter- rained the Friendly Neighborhood Club last Wednesday afternoon~ All member were present, Cards were played after the business meeting. Merry Mixers meet at Pearson home Merry Mixers Extension Club met Monday, Sept. 13 at the home of Ruth Pearson. President Helen Buckles called the meeting to or- der. All sang the extension club song. Seven members were present. The 1994 lessons and meeting hostesses were decided. Lunch was served. The OCt. 4 meeting will be at the home of Lorene Bethke. 'Walk in the Light' fall retreat theme The Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary league Nebraska District South Fall Retreat was at the Lead. ership Center in Aurora Saturday and Sunday. The theme was"Walk in the Light." Arlene Ruth, Gladys Kubat, Maxey. Pauline Harkins, Clara Mac The program closed with all AttendingtheretreatfromCen- Chambers, GenevieveEbsen, Jean singing"MaytheGoodLordBless tennial Lutheran Church, Supe: and Bob Keifer, Yeteive Nielsen, and Keep You." Refreshments riot, were Elaine Madsen, Edith Mrs. Maxey, Mr. Hayes andwere served. Meyer, Jan Kuhlmann, Kelly Margene Shuck, Superior, Marie Swanson, Avis Bostelman, Viola and Alan Bossemeyer, Crete, and Car club has outdoor Rogge and LaMira Mueller. versary. Your presence will be your gift. 39-1p Nadeen Bauer, Hebron. Past ma- supper, hayrack ride Society attends i trons and patrons who had served Card Shower in other chapters were Herbert ThePleasureCruisersCarClub Vitek and Kris Honored guests were Pauline ThefamilyofClellandWilma g were married at Genualdi, Homewood, Ill., Viola Zeigler request a card shower in Linda Burmeister McKeage Byron Meyer, Columbus, Pedersen, Hardy, Esther met Monday evening at the Paul Red Cloud tour Mickelsen, Fairbury, Marguerite Hutchinson residence, Webber, Alpha Zeta Chapter of Delta teranChurch.Pas- Bruning, Belvidere, and Artand honoroftheir60thweddinganni- andCalvinLeeMeyer, Rolla, Mo., brother of the bridegroom, was Moret, Orange City, Iowa, Helen for a wiener roast and hayrack Kappa Ganmta Society had its ht officiated the 5 OlivcOrtgies, Bruning, grandpar- versary Tuesday, Oct. 5. Cards were married Friday, Aug 13 at best man. Ringbearer was Bryan Edenbum, Omaha, and Ellen ride to Lovewell Lake. Nineteen Scptembermeeting in RedCloud. it ceremony, par- ents of the couple, may be sent to 1829 South Street St. Patrick Church, Rolla. The McKeage, son of the bride. The Wheeler, Oak. members attended. The group participated in a two- Rev. James Finder performed the bridegroom's niece, Renee Meyer, Fifty-year or more members ple are Fred and A reception and dance were at Apt. No. 29, Blair, Neb. 683~998ic Theoct. 21meeting will be at hour Willa Cathcr bus tour. aro, Las Vegas, the Superior Elks Lodge. Carla - double-ring ceremony. Waterloo, Iowa, and the bride's of Olive Chapter attending were a Nelson restaurant, 7 p.m. After the tour the group went ng, Superior, and Eitzmann, Shirley Jensby and Parents of the couple are niece, MeganMartinez, Cimarron, Mrs. Kubat, wbo was recognized 7 Up Club meets to the home of Marie Hoffman for ' D. Bruning. LaMira Mueller, Superior, cut the Sherie Lobaugh, Arnold and Ramona Burmeister, were flower girls. , given in marriage for being an active member since lunch and a business meeting. ~Was escorted down cakeThe bride is a1986 graduate of Cimarron, N.M., and Yale and Ushers were Allen Meyer, 1924, Dorothy Adelman, GuestsofVirginiaPetersenfor ttostesses were Mrs. Hoffman, r stepfather. Rumson-Fairhaven High School, Paul Joseph wed Lavera Meyer, Nelson. Hastings, Keith Meyer, Grand Is- Thornton, Colo., and Edenbum. 7 Up Club last Wednesday were Janet Crary, Mary Lou Jensen and mOrwasLoriVitek, Rumson, NJ.,anda1992gradu-in Pennsylvania Given in marriage by her par- land, brothers of the bridegroom, Marlin and Marie Hoffman, Mrs.LeeLoring, Mrs.EdForsberg NancyWorlcy. ents, the bride wore a white satin and Brandon Meyer, Hastings, worthypatronandmatronofChar- and Mrs. George Cardwell, The meeting was called to or- ~ister of the bride, ate of the University of Northern TheSenecaMethodistChurch, gown detailed with embroidered nephew of the bridegroom. Bella ity Chapter No. 47, Red Cloud; Scandia, Maxine Erickson, dcr by President Pauline Harms. br )r was Annette Colorado,Greeley, with a degce Seneca, Pa., was the setting for lace dusted with sequins and Martinez, Cimarron, sister of the Tregan and Deb Albers, worthy Belleville, and lla Swartz. Members answered roll call by , Ill. Bridesmaids in psycology.The bridegroom is a the marriage of Sherie Lobaugh, pearls, bride, was lector, patron and matron of Davenport telling their favorite childhood "uning~Superior, 1984 graduate of Superior High Oil City, Pa., and Paul Joseph, Judy Ledoux, Cimarron, sister Wedding music and vocals Chapter 268, and Frank Harris, Lorlmer presents games. Inspiration was given by , L)envcr, Tricia Schoolanda1988graduatcofthe Franklin, Pa.,Saturday. ofthebride, wasmatronofhonor, were provided by Linda Wools worthy patron of Nelson Chapter parlialnentartans' ShelleyPetcrs.ElizabcthMallory ~1 ~,TracyBruning, University of Nebraska at Lin- Thebride, daughterofMr.andBridesmaid was Amanda and TinaOffner, Rolla. Guitarist 27, were also present, had a moment for membership. , .ndrea Armatas, coln, with a degee in agri-busi- Mrs. Ed Lobaugh, Oil City, is a McKeage, daughter of the bride, was Rick Stroot, Rolla. a McGovern was ness. He was affiliated with the 1983 graduate of Cranberry High Retired teachers The guest book was attended lessons Monday Cassic Wilbeck led the group in Sigma Chi Fraternity and is cm- School and a 1991 graduate of the by EvaHurt, Lincoln, sisterofthe Grunll~ert ealIs The lessons, "Basic Rules and singing. Jon Bruning, ployed with Mutual of Omaha, Venango County Area VoTech of the bride- were Randy ~or, Brian Miller, Mueller, Richard Fish, Sorensen, y. Guerrieri, ayes, Superior, Houston, School of Nursing. She is em- ployed asalicensed prac alnurse at the PrcsbymJan Nursing Home, Oil City. The bridegroom is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Joseph, Selma, Ala., former Superior resi- dents. He graduated from Supe- rior High School in 1983 and Geneva College in 1987. He is employed as news director for WFRA AM-FM, Franklin. The newlyweds are residing in Oil City, Pa. Greeley. After a honeymoon cruise to tile Cafdbeah !s!and.~; the c0i/ple is m~k]ngitieil:ti6m'6 in Grecley. Bohling hosts Home Engineers Home Engineers Extension Club met Tuesday, Sept. 7, at the home of Darlene Bohling with nine members present. Guest, Leah Rothrock, provided materi- als and gave a demonstration on Warren hosts attendants and Jodee rise served as The Oct. 16 meeting will be a meet at hotel bridegroom. Programs were Sutton dance Principles" and "The president," l:30dcssertluncheonatSt.John's The Superior Area Unit ofhanded outbySharlaCraig, Rolla. were presented at the Superior Luther:m Church. Chester. Retired Teachers first fall meet- Videographer was Duane Meyer, The Spring Creek SwingersUnit of Parliamentarians meeting ing was at the Leslie Hotel last Waterloo, Iowa, brother of the Squm-e Dance Clue entertained Monday evening. Glenadine Tuesday. There were 27 members bridegroom, with dancing at the Sutton Com- Lorimer was hostess and lesson and five guests present. A reception and dance at the munity Home Sept. 14. Raymond leader at her home. NitaThomton, Vivian Mariska Parish Hall in Rollaproceeded the Grummert called the dance. Margene Shuck conducted the and Lucille Richardson became ceremony. After a honeymoon in Last Tuesday was the regular business meeting. Roll call was members. Florida and a cruise to the Baha- dance at the Ruskin Community answered by each member giving Halle Grummert presented mas, the couple resides in Rolla. Center. Six squares danced to the a word beginning with B, which "Positive rnoughts." Alicia The bride is a graduate of callsofLesHenkel. Servers were was used in a parliamentary Ferguson sang two selos. Sandra Cimarron High School and com- Don and Hazel Gaston and Marvin phrase. Foote, a certified graphoanalyst, pleted three years in the United and Agnes Werner. Following the meeting, Mrs. told how to analyze handwriting. StatesArmy.Sheisemployedwith Duane Nelson will call the oct. Lorimer served refreshments. HelenWilhelms and Stella the U.S. Geological Survey in the 5 dance. Dean Milner will cue the Cards were played, Garrison decorated the tables with Earth Science Information Cen- rounds. All square dancers are The next meeting will be at the reminders of harvest and an apple ter, Rolla. welcome, home of Miss Shuck Oct. 25. [ Barbara Russell for each retired teacher.The bridegroom is a Nelson FridayPresidentBlancheStatz, High School graduate and corn- ' and Gil Gregg Maria Kirchhoff and Brian Stanley Amy Johnson and Herb Adee All Brides Are Welcome to Register At June's Gifts N' More 324 N Central, Superior, Neb Love, qrandpa J. snd Customer Appreciation Days Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2 "Docker Shoes" Just Arrived New Line of Men's Shoes Entire Stock O Knit Shirts, Sport Shirts, Dress Shirts, Shorts, Summer Hats and Caps Fall and Entire Stock Suits and Arriving Daily Western and Regular Beckler's Clothin Where You Always Receive Selection ervice attsfaetlon 334 N Central, Superlor, Neb. * 402i879~13 was making a heart sachet with pot- Y organist Carlita pourri. Lucille Gerdes acted as presi- e ttSes tour cemetery Fall achievment night was dis- cussed. Home Engineers plan to toaRuskincafe have two model wedding gowns service club dent and Dixie Heinrichs was Lovewell Community Service PaulineHarkins, Margene Shuck, pleted a bachelor of science de- elected secretary. The achieve- Club met last Thursday afternoon Ida Smth and Esther Schlamann gree in geology at the University d mentboardreceived$12A.35from withMargaretWarren.Ninemem- accompaniedVerleenGharringto of Nebraska at Lincoln. He is a Kearney to attend the,33rd An- supervisory cartographer in the the Home Engineers and Clever bets and one guest, Carol Marr, nual Retired Teachers Conven- digital cartography section of the tyGenealogi- Comer Extension clubs for was achievment day ice cream sales, were present. U.S. Geological Survey, Rolla. in the style show. neet- The Oct. 5 meeting will be at Will be a work- the home of Dorothy Boss. Saturday. the Award Bud Smiths about de- 'yard of the month' Goldenrod Garden Club, Guide Rock, selected Bud and iety asked Ruby Smith's yard as the "yard of museum the month" last Wednesday. Mem- bers admired the birdhouses Mr. to Carl andSmith made and erected on tall 0th poles and the flowers. After a coffee break, members 13 planted bulbs at the Kozy Komer and trimmed peonies. Jerry ad Jackie Mackie helped the club by trim- . ',d Evelyn ming the iris. Meers, Donations were received from Mr. and Mrs. Chet Fee and John Bowser. More plants will be pur- night chased for the Kozy Korner and the the park. The club plans to get two barrels of flowers next year. in The next meeting will be Oct. 27. Street 449 N Central Superior, Nob. ~~~5" You Are Invited To A Oth Wedding Anmversary OPEN HOUSE "g i in honor of .. Dean and Viola McGowan Sunday, Oct. 10,2 p m 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Weekdays Dinner Choices Each Evening and Luncheon Specials at Noon Roll call was answered by giv- tion. ing a household hint. Elva Hanson had devotions and entertainment. The Oct. 28 meeting will be with Mary Stoics. Each member is to bring a craft item or some- thing for show and tell. Centennial Lutheran Fellowship Hall Superior, Nob. Hosted by their children and grandchildren Your presence will be your gift C Caring And Sharing For 30 years Trapp Completes Courses Marine Lance Cpl. Justin Trapp, recently graduated from the Basic Avionics Technician Course, The 1992 graduate of Davenport Community High School of Davenport, joined the Marine Corps in June, 1992. 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 ....................... Anniversary Program Followed by Refreshments and Entertainment Open Sundays, 7 s.m. to 2 p.m. Four Dinner Entrees to select from Closed Saturdays Come In and Browse ~:; i i! I