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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 30, 1993 Davenport News By Mrs. Calvin Meets visitor of her uncle and aunt, Senior Center News John and Mildred Herman. Monday, Oct. 4, chicken Raymond and Annie Ficken patty and bun, lettuce salad, were Tuesday, Sept. 14 over- French fries, peaches, night guests of their daughter Tuesday, Oct. 5, pork cutlet, and family, Roxarm and Leroy baked potato, peas, impossible Brennfoerder, Jennifer and An- custard pie. drew, Lincoln. They helped Mrs. Wednesday, Oct. 6, baked Brennfoerder celebrate her birth- Superior bloodmobile 106 pints " Blood donors came in a Dwayne Reinan, Lawrence; steady stream last Tuesday at the Virgil Schleif, Nelson; Donna Elks Club," said Marlice Sullivan, Palmer, Superior; James Woemer, Superior co-ordinator. One hun- Nelson; Ralph Dye, Mankato; dred seventeen signed in to give Janell Beard, Superior;, Rachel blood and 106 pinl~ were given. Meyers, Hardy; Jennie Andersen, fish filet, butterd carrots, scat- day. In the evening Mr. Ficken A seminar was given Monday loped potatoes, applebutter cake. attended Andrew's football at Superior high school by Beth Thursday, Oct. 7, beef often- game and Mrs. Ficken attended Chapman, co-ordinator from tal, tomato juice, green beans, Jennifer's open house at Lincoln Omaha, on the reasons blood is ice cream. East. The next day the Fickens needed and how the junior and Friday, Oct. 8, goulash, cot- went on a bus tour to Brandon, senior students could be a part of rage cheese, orange juice, ice Me. They returned home last helping the community giving box dessert. Meals and activi- Saturday. their own blood. Twenty-one stu- rites subject to change without Morris Ekwall, Sun Valley, dents gave blood Tuesday. notice. Calif., visited his mother-in-law, The Presbyterian Church pro- Mike and Ellen Buresh were Alice Dursch, four days last vided cookies and assisted with in McCook last weekend visit- week. Saturday and Sunday he calling. More than 35 community ing Mrs. Buresh's sister and attended the antique car show in volunteers assisted this year. brother-in-law, Marge and John Fremont before returning home. LaVetaBlecha, a volunteer escort Wrage. Bud and Lucy Voigt and Art said, "I didn't know how much Sylvia Lautenschlager was aand Rayoma Sykes vacationed organizatio- is required to put on Receive degrees in the Black Hills a week. a bloodmobile." She assisted from K-State Kansas State University stu- dents completeing graduation re- quirements in August included William Spiegel, Formoso, bach- clor of science in agriculture, Christ ine B lackmore, Jewell, rnas- ter of science, and Jeffrey Hansen, Superior, doctor of philosophy. Justin Hurley, Republic, be- came a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at KSU. Scholarship recipients in- cluded Craig Dewey, $5(XJ, Seaton Scholarship, Elliott Harris, $250, J. Griffith Chitty Scholarship, Burr ()ak; Reggie Voboril, Esb:m, $1,0(10, }.hie Rmmclls Scholar- ship; Samuel Bowles, $5(X1, Rob- ert and Florence Nulty Scholar- ship, and $500, Scaton Scholar- ship, Jewcll; Toni 13ewey, $5(X), Phillip F. and Virginia B. Weaver Scholar- ship, Mankt~o; James Johnson, $5(X~, Arthur S. and Leora J. Peck Scholarship, Jennifer Kadel, $670, Lucile Harmmn Scholarship, and $330, Margaret Justin Class of 1909 Scholarship, Traci McCotlough, $300, Anna Tessic Agan Memorial Scholarship, $3(X1, Eva B. Potter Memorial Scholarship Home Economics, and $ l ,(X)0, Martha E. Brill Schol- arship in ttuman Ecology, Rzmdall; Aaron DeJ o ia, $500, J ulia ttodge Memorial Scholarship; Jennifer Mainquist, $150, l,itttc American Royal Scholar- ship, Courtland; Melissa Barber, $5(X), Julia ttodge Memorial Scholarship, and Angalee Currie, $ IiXI, Donald R. Douglas Memo- rial Scholarship, Scandia. An Oregon Trail weekend people after they gave blood. party was hosted by the Gary Seven nurses and two people Miller family at their home last Saturday and Sunday to cele- brate the birthdays of cousins, Abby Miller, 2, Daniel Russell, 6, and Betsy Anderjaska, 6, and the 15th wedding anniversary of Duane and Deb Miller. Several activities and food had the Ore- gon Trail theme. Attending were Neil and Bemeta Miller and Duane and Deb Miller, Erin, Ryan, Ross and Drew, Daven- port, Peggy Russell, Daniel and Courmey, Lincoln, and Jon and Patty Anderjaska, Betsy and Will, Palisade. Wilford Jensby, Santa Clara, Calif., was a weekend visitor of his mother, Mary Jensby. Emil and Ruth Pearson at- tended the Hanson cousins' re- union at Mahoney State Park. There were approximately 45 at- tending the three-day event from Nebraska, Arizona, New Mexi- co, California, Colorado, Illi- nois, Kansas and Missouri. Gary and Sue Miller and Eric hosted a birthday dinner Sept. 12 to celebrate Abby's second birthday. Guests were Richard and Dorothy Scripter and David, Jill, Tom and Dan Scripter, Clay Center, Kan. Later Neil and Ber- neta Miller and Duane and Deb Miller, Erin, Ryan, Ross and Drew came for birthday refresh- ments. to ~anspon the blood were part of the bloodmobile crew. With stricter confidential laws the last two years, the room must be set up so conferences with nurses are more confidential. Also, nurses are required to take pulse and tem- perature which in years past vol- unteers were allowed to do. Donors who have reached a gallon marks are, Steve Hiatt and Linda McKevitt, 1, Bonnie Drapal, Mary Ann Bates, Arnold Ross, Janell Beard, Sharon Smith and Craig Pool, 3, Justin Thompson, 4, Alfred Miller, 6, J.P. Wehrman and Rev. Richard Buchholz, 8. Donors signing to give blood Tuesday were Mary Kathman, Lawrence; Bonnie Drapal, Supe- rior; Alfred Miller, Guide Rock; Shirley Dove, Webber; Richard Buchholz, Ruskin; Doug Frederick, Jack Stinson, Particia Parde, Sara Welbourn, Shirley Swanson, Ruth Braun, Dave Healey, Brace Tinkham, Marian Watson, Superior; Dale Bussinger, Hardy; Lila Mertens, Gilbert Smidt, Superior; Kurtis Smidt, Temple Hills, Md., Connie Sibert, Lee Hansen, Darrel Weis, Supe- rior;, Rhonda Elledge, Webber; Diana Kranau, Justin D. Thomp- son, Superior; Sehutte Receives Award J anelle Schutte, Guide Rock, is the recepient of a first place scho- lastic award at the Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln. She is enrolled as a junior. Genelle Czirr, Teresa Sullivan, Roslyn Aden, Superior; Lloyd Olsen, Courtland; Mat- thew Schultz, Ryan Smidt, Matt Bargen, Brandon Blecha, Supe- rior; Richard P. Watson, Hardy; Teresa Vader, Richard P. Nelson, Superior; Phyllis Ross, Arnold Ross, Webber; Randall Koehler, Nelson; Joseph Mertens, Mary Ann Bates, Eldrick Grummert, Kim Delka, Superior; Jeff Hutchinson, Webber; Ervin Kimminau, Guide Rock; Tracy Worm, Timothy Schmidt, Steve Hiatt, Anetra E:cl:nd, Amy Jensen, Kim WhLe~ey, Jason Rempe, Rich Morris, Schuyler Westphal, Barbara Sheets, Supe- rior; Ray Biltoft, Cheri Biltoft, Hardy; Chad Hansen, Dan Scott, Misty Fullerton, Superior; Virginia Wendover, Hardy; Amber Reiman, Anne Moody, Superior; Diane Biltoft, Oak; Dixie Bargen, Steve, Bargen, John Adams, Superior; Cheryl Russell, Arden Russell, Mankato; Elmer Rempe, Cindy Nelson, Alissa Young, Paul Leslie, Donna Mickelsen, Hardy; Priscilla Berentes, Beverly Breland, Supe- rior; Alfred Meyer, Nora; Victoria Barnard, Randall Rhoads, Robert Avis, Superior; J. P. Wehrman, Nelson; Sharon Smith, Frankie Hall, Superior; Lindel Barry, Webber; Mike Damon, Judy Baker, Thad Nobles, Rick Bates, Judy Hamel, Michelle Schoenrock, Scott Burgess, Clinton Richardson, Kenneth Rempe, S~:perior; Tammy Gehle, Hebron; LeRoy Hoyer, Superior; Maureen Menke, Lawrence; Ann Tuma, John Mathison, Justin Saathoff, Superior; Denise Valentine, Darwin Valentine, Glenvil; Pat Landaver, Jean Schuster, Denise Furman, Linda McKevitt, Charles Stiles, Craig Peele, Carl Suchsland, Jenell Wood and Roy Rempe, Superior. Fern Miller, Marian Pedersen and Vivian Hansen are pictured working on the Amish pattern quilt known as "Sunshine and Shadows". The Miller, Hansen and Eleanor Erickson are helping Mrs. Pedersen complete the quilt. The ladies regularly meet to quilt. By Nancy Fintei Marian Pedersen, Vivian Hansen, Fern Miller and Eleanor Erickson enjoy quilting together at the Pedersen home in Hardy. Pedersen has room in her base- ment where the quilting frame can be set up and is readily accessible nearly each weekday. The ladies quilt from 1:00 to 4:00 in the alter- noon. Miller lives three miles from Hardy and the others all re- side in town. Pedersen and Miller are sis- ters-in-law but Pedersen amus- ingly said, "I claim the other two ladies also." In the nine years since they have been quilting together, they estimate they have completed about 40 quilts. They are usually able to finish about four each sum- mer. The quilts on which they work are their own creations. Each lady pieces or embroiders the quilt top at home and then furnishes her own supplies such as thread, needles and batting. They do not advertise for quilts because they do not like to feel pressured into getting a certain by her grandmother and Hansen number completed in a specified learned with her mother and sis- time limit. On two occasions they ters. have done quilts for various faro- During the time the four ladies ily members and, once, for the are together in tb, Pedersenhome, banker's wife but, basically, the they enjoy socializing as well as quilts they complete are for their creating intricatestitches. On spe- grandchildren, cial occasions, they have refresh- "Quilting kind of grows on ments such a birthday cake and you,"Miller said. "You never get sometimes Pedersen serves pie and tired of it." Two years ago the ladies at- tended a quilt show in Aurora and three years ago enjoyed the Na- tional Quilt Show held at Pershing Auditorium. Lincoln. It was in- teresting, they said, to see the large variety of beautiful patterns and colors. Miller has a niece in Lincoln who had a quilt she had made and quilted chosen to be displayed in New York. The appliqued quilt was also featured on the front cover of"The Qui lter's Magazine." The honor that her fiiece received was special to Miller as well. coffee, especially when rhubarb is in season. Pedersen has kept a scrapbook with pictures of all the quilts they have completed. Some of the more unusual ones include a "School House" design using shades of brown finished in 1984. The scrapbook also contains pictures of the two "Texas Star" quilts made by Miller. Each has many pieces. The ladies com- mented that Hansen has a talent for designing unique patterns such as "Shooting Star" and "Pioneer Braid." Erickson treasures the "Dresden Plate" quilt she made Pedersen said she learned to using scraps from dresses her quilt as a young girl each daZ mother sewed for her as a child. when she arrived home from Pedersen set together and quilted school. Miller was taught the art a baby quilt in 1988 for her great niece. The mother had blocks. Miller told about "quilter's thimble" which features grooved metal top so a real asset to Formerl, Hardy had a group church. There were Mac was quilting. who liked to were Bonnie Lott, all of whom are They one time on Mrs. Sadie Rhoad boxes ofql and when she died, they by Rhoads' son and v church. Then the so Pedersen pieced the tops Pedersen, Miller, Erickson quilted: coml: sold raffle tickets quilts. The to help re store the had been gutted by a ary, 1984. Thehistor ing club dies worked the quilts of the "They enjoyed the. much that the to gether throu SJH band t0 Melody The Superior J will perlorm nual Hasting ing-Melody downtown Hast Saturday, Oct 2. will lead the 45- More than bers from 25 high schools Melody Round-uP. parade, the bands ated by a panel awarded outstanding band. i: classes will half time. Other area band include Davenport, Lawrence. Illl Ill I III I lilO il~l I I I I I Ill I I IIII I Together For ! I I i A Victory a I I I I I I I . ! = Ed's Repair = L._ Lawrence, Nob. 402-756-7312 I ____ ...__ __ __.--.-.----.-----..--.- =1 CORONATION after game Beat Lawrence NOb. 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