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SOCIAL CALENDAR et-Hughes Vows 00peated At Fairmont 'i Linch Marget of Fair- and Jim Marget, brother of the j.and John W. Hughes of bride, were groomsmen. Their :eLior exchanged vows boutonnieres were white car- st ( .'. Jc zed day, Oct. 21, at the United iist Church in Fairmont. Josephine Scahill the 7 p.m. double remony. . . Jerry Galusha proviaea an music as Carol and Henkel sang. nts of the couple are Mr. rs. Buster Marget of ,uont and Mrs. Edna nations, tinted blue. Ushers were Bill Marget and Jim Hughes, brothers of the couvle. Mrs. Marge Connolly, sister of the bride, attended the guest book. Arranging the grits were Mrs. Wanda Marget, Mrs. Agnes Galusha and Mrs. Grace Zimmerman of Fairmont and Miss Peggy Rogers of Superior. Paula Christian and David Rogers were candlelighters. Any Scheil and Mike Rogers were tlower girl and ring bearer, respectively. Mothers of the couple were dressed in navy blue and wore identical corsages. A special guest was Mrs. Ruth Drom- mond of McCool, grandmother of the bride. A reception was held in the church basement, with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Plock of Harvard, uncle and aunt of the bride, hosting. The four-tier wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Melvin Ackerman of Fairmont, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Prachiel of Exeter. Mrs. Dick Arbuck poured coffee and Mrs. Delbert Hartman of Hastings, aunt of the bride, dipped punch. Later that evening a wedding dance was held at the Stock- man's Club in Fairmont, with the Band Masters furnishing the music. After a wedding trip to Oklahoma, the couple is residing at Diller, Neb. lof Superlor and the late Hughes. "bride, given in marriage j[er parents, was escorted to Itar by her father. She S a .a simple floor-length L'ss style white satin gown ted with narrow whim Xlro the bust to hem. The ]Lrnded neckline and full- :sleeves were edged in "'ng lace. Her headpiece L  red velvet bow, from f flowed her waist-length illusion veil. She carried a de or red carnations, .rosebuds and baby ridegroom wnre a dark iness suit, matching nd Ue. His boutionnneire a whim rose bud. s. William Larson served tron of honor. She was in a light blue "floor- Q gown accented by a large It the waist in back. , Bill Rogers and Mrs. KOttmeyer of Superior, r s of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids. Their ength towns were iden- . rk blue with light blue Visitors in the home of Mr. . Each carried red and and Mrs. Henry Knehans Carnation nosegays. Sunday evening were Mr. and ett Bridwell Mrs. Robert Moxham of Colorado and man. Tim Henrichs Diana Griess of Chester. a screwbal comedy rem00 them? Monday, Nov. 13 PEO meets at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Frank Stubbs. Tuesday, Nov. 14 Superior Woman's Club meets in Lady Vestey Room, Hotel Leslie, 2 v.m. The program will be on the Mid - Nebraska Vo- ca[ional Service Cen- ter bv Terry Madson. Thursday, Nov. 16 Superior Mothers' Study Club meets at the home of Mrs. Mason Ely, 8 p.m. Election of officers. Sunday, Nov. 19 Thanksgiving cov- ered dish supper at 2-R schoolhouse, 6:30 p.m. Bring own ser- vice. INVITED Community Shower A community shower will be held Nov. 11, 8 p.m., at Lutheran Church in Hardy for Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jeneen. lp Return Wednesday From Texas Trip Mr. and Mrs. Perry. Roe returned home last Wednesday afternoon after leaving the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dunayan of Bryan, Texas, on Tuesday morning. They stayed in Oklahoma City, Okla., Tuesday night as it was raining hard and driving was dangerous. Mr. and Mrs. Roe were in Houston, Texas, a week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Busey, attending a family reunion. On Sunday, besides the host family, Mr. and Mrs. Busey, John, Brad and Robin, those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Swallow, Bruce and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Trout and S. A. Trout of Burbank, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dunayan of Bryan, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Busey and son and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wheeless, Jon and Joni of Houston and Mrs. B. J. Lloyd, B. J., Lisa and Paige of Plainview, Texas. Lona Ahrens Has Birthday Party Nora Couple Honored At 25th Anniversary Party A belated 25th wedding an- niversary party honored Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bargen of Nora at their home last Wed- nesday evening. The actual date of their anniversary was Oct. 19. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bargen, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grummert, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleufer, Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kottmeyer, Mr. and Fancy Prices Paid At Church Bazaar Auction The Women's Society of the Nora United Methodist Church realized a tidy sum from its soup supper and bazaar on Thursday evening. Noodle, chili and vegetable beef soup was served from 5:30 until 8:00. At 8:00 the auction of the bazaar items began. Julius Jansen was the auctioneer and the bidding was lively. Outstanding prices paid for items, included $62.50 for a granny afgan and $8 for a loaf of bread. One pan of tea rolls brought $9 and a rag rug brought $14. The full sized bed quilt went to the highest bidder for $45. By 10:30 everything was sold. Free coffee was served to everyone. Bridal Shower For Miss Van Skiver A miscellaneous birdal shower was held in Davenport in honor of Miss Wanda Van Shiver Saturday evening at Christ's Lutheran Church. She received many useful gifts. The committee, Mrs. Ray Karnatz, Mrs. Art Sykes, Mrs. Marvin Mosier, Mrs. Charley Mosier, Mrs. Eldon Johnson, Mrs. Walmr Heinrichs, Mrs. Herb Heinrichs, Mrs. Don Miller, Mrs. Rueben Thurman, Mrs. Norris Schardt and Mrs. Calvin Meets, served salad, dainty sandwiches, mints, coffee and punch. Miss Van Shiver will become the bride of Richard Mosier on Saturday, Nov. 25, at 7 p.m. at Christ's Lutheran Church. Know Thy Neighbor Club Has Election Twelve members and four guests were present at the home of Mrs. James Shambaugh for the Nov. 1 meeting of the Know Thy Neighbor Club. The guests were Mrs. Frank Martin. Mrs. John Hansen, Connie Norris and Mrs. Nellie Pritts. Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Martin became members. Officers were elected for the coming year. Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Loren Ahrens gave a Warneking is the new birthday party for her president; Mrs. Roger Wulf, vice-president; Mrs. A1 Alford, secretary; and Mrs. Lovel Wulf, treasurer. After the business meeting, games were played and the hostess served lunch. The Christmas covered dish luncheon will be held Dec. 6 at the home of Mrs. Warneking. daughter, Lona, after school Friday. Those present were Alan Wilton, Kelly Sullivan, Sid Drapal. Larry McKevitt and Lona's brothers and sister, Darin, Joel and Carla Ahrens. Kelly Sullivan was an overnight guest of Lona in the Ahrens home. and save the $3.00 installation charge. Mrs. Paul Knehans, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epley and Mrs. Elsie Troudt. The group played pitch, high scores going to Mrs. Don Bargen and Mr. Grummert. Low prizes were won by Donald Bargen and Mrs. Kottmeyer. A two-tier heart-shaped anniversary cake and a cooperative lunch were served. A Sound Idea Nazarene Sponsor Costume Party The Nazarene Junior Fellowship sponsored a Halloween costume party Friday evening. Sixty children between the ages of four and 12 attended. Prizes were given for the best costume. Winners were 1. Diane Whiffoot; 2. Sandra Patterson; 3. Connie Nondorf; 4. Kevin Zadina; 5. Bonnie Nondorf. Following the costume judging, the Iarticivants vlayed games and bobbed for apples. Mrs. Duncan Is TOPS Best Loser Best losers for Superior TOPS No. 210 were Mrs. George Stierwalt, twice, Mrs. Ernest Andreasen, who won the tie- breaking draw from Mrs. Delphos Shellhase, Mrs. Don Fintel winning from Mrs. Kenneth Duncan and Mrs. Carl Bargen. Mrs. Duncan won the towel conest which ended Oct. 31. Mrs. LaVerne Fullerton, Mrs. Harry Webber and Mrs. An- dreasen have won spinner gifts this month. KOPS Quarters were won by Mrs. Daryl AUington, twice, Mrs. Norman Smith, twice, and Mrs. Andreasen. KOPS dollars were won by Mrs. Allington, Mrs. Exol Zoletnko, and Mrs. Bob Brant. Best loser of the month was Mrs. Duncan. A group of members attended the Tops Rally at Mankato Oct. 23. Davenport Church Has Harvest Tea The ladies of Christ's Lutheran Church of Davenport held their Harvest Tea Thurs- day afternoon with a 1:30 dessert luncheon. They were privileged to have Rev. Robert Kocher, Missionary from Malaysia, for their guest speaker. He showed many in- teresting articles from Malaysia during his talk. There was also a display of itenm given for the Lutheran World Relief. Thursday, November 9, 1972 The Superior Express, sub- scription rates $5.00 a year payable in advance in Nebraska and Kansas, $6.00 a year elsewhere in the United' States, Ten cnts per single copy. Second class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska. Published weekly by the Superior Publishing. Company, Inc., at 148 East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. Order any new residence extension now... This is the funniest comedy this Theatre Manger hasseen in a long time. I proudly recommend v. it for the whole family t[om _ _ Regular Prices Phone 879-$819 "the Sound System" Local News Mr and Mrs. Floyd Wilcox and family of St. Mary's, Kan., visited Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Fern Laird. Saturday evening the Wilcox family, Mrs. Laird and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wilcox and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Dillon at Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Picraux and Leslie Ann of Lincoln were also guests. Leslie Ann is Mrs Laird's great granddaughter. Mrs. Sam Wilcox and Mrs. Walter Rochrohr of Maquoketa, Iowa, called to Guide Rock by the death of Andrew Wilcox, are also visiting relatives in Suverior. Mrs. L. A. Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Tris Moore of Heyburn, Idaho, Miss Doris Hamilton of Aurora and Mrs. Howard Hamilton of Superior were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Atkins Tuesday. Mrs. Hamilton will visit here a few days. She is a sister of Mr. Atkins. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adcock Thursday, November 9, 1972 Missionary Group Meets At Brown Home Friday The Missionary Ladies group of the Angus Church of Christ met on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alex Brown. Mrs. Brown's devotions centered on "The Meaning of Thanks- giving." Mrs Bud Whitmore gave the lesson on "Mother." The group spent the afternoon working on Thanksgiving tray favors for the Webster County Nursing Home at Inavale. The minnister of the Angus Church, Herb Steen, is administrator at the avale Home. American Legion Auxiliary Meets The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening. A check for $25 was sent to Gifts for Yanks. Final plans were made to serve the last man's banquet next Monday evening. The next meeting will be Dec. 4. Everyone is asked to bring gifts for bingo at the Good Samaritan Center and a $1.00 grab hag gift. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mothers' Club Adcock and Rebecca Leigh in Hays, Kan., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fenimore, Mildred Fenimore and Harold Sharp attended the District 13 V.F.W. meeting in Franklin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon entertained at a pre- Thanksgiving dinner Sunday. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis, Glenn and Kylia and Carl and Shirley Suchsland of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Suehsland and Chalon of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith, Amy and Kathie of Loveland, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren, Tony, Troy and Eric of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Suchsland, Teresa and Todd of Superior, Mike Nace of Wellington, Colo., and Don Orummert of Fort Collins, Colo. Has Guest Night The Superior Mothers' Study Club met Oct. 19 at the home of Mrs. Richard Winebar. It was guest night. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Swihart, Mrs. James Schlarb and Mrs. Lonnie Basart. Fourteen members and seven guests were in at- tendance. A film on Amblyopia was shown by Charles Denson and a program on "Children's Cakes and Decorating," was given by Mrs. Paul Swieczkowski. The next meeting will be Nov. 16 at the home of Mrs. Mason Ely. Auxiliary Past PresidentsMeet Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norris of Monticello, N. Y., and Mrs. Jesse Mearns and Alfred were Friday afternoon visitors of Christmas party Dec. I at Hotel Mrs. Nellie Tevehaugh. Leslie. THE SUPERIOR EXPR.$q A Mission Services At Ruskin Church A spiritual life mission will be held at Bethany Lutheran Church in Ruskin this coming week, Nov. 12, 13, and 15. Visiting speakers will be Pastor and Mrs. LeMont Carlson, Pastor Frank Reisinger, Pastor Woodrow Wilson, and Pastor Douglas Allen. The week will emphasize the "Four Spiritual Laws"; (I) God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life; (2) Man is sinful and separated from God; (3) Jesus Christ is God's Only. provision to save man from his sinful life; (4) We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. The theme prepares for participation in the nation- wide interdenominational "Key '73" evangelism prpgram starting this month. The public is cordially invited Guide Rock High School Gym Friday, Nov. 10 8 p.m. I I I III I II IIIII II IIIIII II III II I I Services Available At Your NOV. 19 Irs our chance to kelp the Mentally ReMrded I I "Perfect Idiot" The Guide Rock Junior Class Presents: II II II I I' I I IIIIII p.m:, at the Junior high gym- nasium. An appointment may be made with Mrs. Robert {:)st. * CHECK OUT: Books, Magazines, (popular and classical) e REFERENCE SERVICE Phonograph Records e MAGAZINES ON FILE 5 years e FILM SERVICE e INTERLIBRARY LOAN SERVICE Books, Magazines, Records, etc. via telephone to TWX (Nebraska Library Telecommunications) at our Regional Library (Hastings) e MIDCONTINENTAL REGIONAL MEDICAL LIBRARY SERVICE TALKING BOOK SERVICE for the Blind and Physically handicapped ,, WEEKLY BOOKLISTS IN SUPERIOR EXPRESS e SUMMER READING PROGRAMS for school and preschool children This is free service to Superior residents.-non.residents may have the same services by purchasing a library card at $1.00 per year. Hours Open Winter: Monday .Saturday 1:305::)0 7.9 ll.m. Summer: Monday-Friday 1:30 -$:30 7-9 p.m. Saturday 1: 30.$: 30 Superior Public Library Phone 879-4200 ......... '  .......  .... _ ..... : _ - ........ L _Jl The Red Cross Bloodmobile The past presidents of the will be at Mankato next Wed- American Legion Auxiliary met nesday, Nov. 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 last Friday at the home of Mrs. Chester Stuck Mrs. Emmett Ross was assisting hostess. Nineteen members were present. Mrs. Vernon Kitten presided at a short business meeting. The next meeting will be the to any of the services. Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Men- day at 8 p.m.; and Wednesday at 8 p.m. "The Singers of Christ," Ruskin Triple Trio and soloists. Pamela Schuitz and Diana Schiermeyer, will provide special music. Will Speak At The Olive Hill Church Harvey Smucker of Ab- byville, Kan., will be speaking at the Olive Hill Church Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 7:30. During this past summer Smucker traveled with a group from Sterling College, called "The Colony." They traveled from Colorado to Pennsylvania, all promotion went to the college A large group of students of the college attended the Sunday School class Mr. Smucker teaches. Everyone is welcome to at- tend this service. Bloodmobile At Mankato Nov. 15