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Thursday, December 17, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A II I I I II III ire Lines,, , __ ,, "Weddings,,, "Engagements00 ,00cialEve.nts EdnaChristmasEpleYmeetinghOStS "- ............  RoggecentennialPresidesLWMLat Members give Christmas lohn and Sue Hayes, Fresno, are the parents of a Autumn Marie, born She weighed 6 pounds, grandparents LaVeme and Twila Peders- Stuart and Charlotte Sell the birth of a son, Gerdes, Dec. 4. He 8 pounds, 4 1/2 ounces was 22 inches long. Conrad a six-year-old sister, Anna, a three-year-old brother, Mrs. Sell is the former Gerdes. Grandparents Arno and Leona Sell, and Lucille les, Davenport. George Sr., Davenport, is the and Christine Bryant, are the parents of a Jennifer Leer Dec. 10 at Mary L m- Hastings. She 9 pounds, 14 1/2 dune- has a sister, Susan. are James and Stone, Burr Oak. Great- are Verdena Burr Oak, and Norms Juniata. Bertha Purcell, ss a great-great- ' Mixers have supper Merry Mixers Extension their annual Christmas ' last Monday in the Daven- Attending the coop- ve supper were Wilfred, and Bruce Ficken; Emil Pearson, Norbert and Schroeder, Lorene Kenneth and Helen Nora Club Christmas meeting was last Wednesday at the home of Edna Epley. There was a per- feet attendance of 12 members present. Members answered roll call by telling of a school day expe- rience. President Epley read a poem, "What You Learned in Kindergarten." The dime drill was won by Melba Lynch and brought by Pat Lanham. Heart sister names were re- vealed and gifts exchanged. Names were drawn for next yr's heart sister. Hostess Epley had the pro- gram with Christmas and other games. Part of the program was to indentify the childhood pic- ture each member brought of themselves. Lunch was served by the hos- tess. Town and Country FCEtours Hansen, Wulf residence Members and guests of Town and Country FCE met at a Red Cloud care Dec. I for their Christmas meeting. Present were Polly Pair and daughters, Brandi and Jamie, Micki Walker, Wanda Howard, Margaret Aspe- gren, Hazel Korb, Louise Gillett, Sandra France and guest, Sonya Gardner. After dinner there was a gift exchange. The final activity was a tour of the Hansen and Wulf resi- dence, a home a few miles from Red Cloud. Mrs. I-n mad Mrs. Wulf are twins. The next meeting will be in the home of Margaret Aspegren. Polly Pair will lead the lesson on "OCerlooked statistics on Heart Disease." All members and Theora and Marilyn attend Country and Calvin and Leona Cousins' party ;ift exchange followed and ards was played. igh :and Mrs. Pearson had low. luckles had men's high and low. Marilyn Schoof traveling prize. The next will be Jan. 4 at of Mrs. Pearson. LWML luncheon the Lutheran Womans League of St. Peters Church, Davenport, luncheon. Four- members were present. children, their ,teachers were present. Haake led devotions Helen Folkerts Cleora Ficken assisting. carols were sung by Pictionary was closed with The Christmas party of the Country Cousins FCE was at- tended by all 11 members. The group met at 6:30 at a local eafe for a steak supper. The table was decorated in keeping with the season. Members went to the home of Alberta Gutscher for a short business meeting and gift ex- change. Everyone received new pro- gram books mad lessons were discussed. Dues were collected and new officers were installed. Secret sisters were revealed and names were drawn for the New Year. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The Jan. 13 meeting will be at 2 p.m., with Marcella Ost. New officers are Diana Dethloff, president; Alberta Gutseher, vice president; MarceUa Ost, secretary-treasurer; and Carrie Fry, reporter. Community Christmas Dinner Friday, Dec. 25 Noon First Baptist Church Superior, Neb. BRING A FAVORITE DISH Met. ltatoes ma drink  Rev. Jerry Heydenberk, Cindi or Norman Prather or your local minister if you plan to attend. Sponsored by Superior Ministerial Alliance You Looking For A Illffersnt Worship The UCC Players will present a play dealing with a common ailment I;6 " Christmas Stress" Sunday, Dec. 20 8:30 or 10:45 a.m. Community United Church of Christ Nelson, Neb. The play, worship and a breakfast - 9:30 to 10:30 a.m will make a perfect day of worship and fellowship. You Just Might Like It! Tuesday, Dec. 22 The 2-R Christmas program will be at 7:30 p.m. with pie for dessert. Friday, Dec. 18 Senior Citizens" potluck Christmas dinner at senior cen- ter. Bring covered dish and table service. Turkey, dressing and potatoes furnished. 8$th Blrthday A card shower is requested for Loons Jensby for her Dec. 17 birthday. Mail to RR I Box 78, Superior, Net). 68978. 1c Open House Friends of Roy and Alta Lewis are invited to attend an open house in honor of the cou- ple's 65th wedding anniversary and Roy's 90th birthday. This will be held from 2:00-4:00 p.m., Dec. 27 at the Eagles Club, Superior, They were married Dec. 4, 1927, and resided on a farm near Bostwick until mov- ing to Superior two years ago. 2e Brownie Girl Scout Troop No. 487, first graders met last Monday at the United Methodist Church. The troop started "Dancer- size" Try It with San Sereni, a Puerto Rican folkdance, animal moves and movereise. Treats were furnished by Sara Stauffer. Leaders are Margene Eitzmann and Cindy Rhoads. Webber dub has gift exchange The Webber Extension Homemakers Unit met Tuesday with Doris Worm. There was a Christmas gift exchange and next year's program books were made. Doris Worm, Opal Todd, Ruth Hobelman, Vera Dye and Avis Ross were unit members, attended the County E.H.U. Christmas party at a Mankato steakhouse Monday. Seniors -- Family Weddings Memories for now... and years from now Call for appointment consultation Glaclys Tletjell Phono Route 1 Box 90 402-23B72g Chester, Neb. 68327 (Byron) Christmas party The Centennial Lutheram Women Missionary League met at 12:30 p.m. last Wednesday for their Christmas luncheon and meeting. Following the hymn, "Joy to the World," Viola Rogge gave devotions and prayer. Roll call was answered by 24 mem- bers and one guest. Secretsisters were revealed by presenting gifts. Mrs. Rogge, president, con- ducted the business meeting. A family banquet will be in Febru- . All were reminded of the ne Retreat here Feb. 13. The program consisted of several readings and Christmas songs. The 1993 officers were installed. There was a grab bag gift exchange. Fete Lundbergs on and Esther Wilton.Hstesses were Lois Leslie 25th anniversary Zadina hosts Bakers Dozen Gerald and Alene Lundberg Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jensby, Burr were honored at a 25th wedding Oak, Sonya Winkel, Jewell, Mr. lunoheon, party anniversary reception Sunday at and Mrs. Bill Sporing, Beloit, Bakers IMmm Extension the Courtland United Methodist Michelle Lundberg, Hays, and Club met at the home of Betty Church. their families. Zadina Monday for their Christ- Hosting the event were their Tennille Jensby, granddaugh- rnas luncheon and party. Twelve sons-in-law and four daughters, ter, was in charge of the guest members and one guest, Mildred Progressive book. She was assisted by Kristy Florea, were present. Winkel, the Lundbergs' youngest Secret sisters exchanged gifts luncheon for granddaughter, of something red or green and Grandsons, Tony Jensby, names were revealed. As each Salem circles Clayton Jensby, Matthew Winkel member received their gift they Circles II and III of Salem and Mark Winkel, were tray told of a Christmas tradition Lutheran Women of the ELCA carriers, they have established. New se. had a progressive luncheon Sat- Following the reception, there cret sisters were drawn for 1993. urday with 24 attending. Lisa was a family supper at the Gifts will be exchanged each Meyer hosted the group to muf- Lundberg home. month with January'sgift being fins and juice, Lorene Meyer, Out-of-town relatives present something for exactly 69 cents. salads, Betty Ebsen, fruit cup, were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carpemer, The club changed the meet- Eleanor Stiles, casseroles, and Roca, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Bob ing time from the second Men- Mary Grummet, desserts. Harris, Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Don day to the first Tuesday of the The lesson - "Christmas Kerr, Ada Noyes and Mr. and Mrs. month. The next meeting will be Dreams and Visions," taken Beryl Harris, Concordia, Billie Jan. 5 at the home of Honey from Matthew I:I-2:23, was led Shipley, Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Jim SchaaL Doris Cbristensen will by Pastor Michael Osberg at the Nelson and Carl Noyes, have the lesson, "Insurance Has- Stiles home. Betty Ebsen con- Jamestown. sles." ducted the business meeting at the Orummert home. Christmas Open House of Crafts Saturday, Dec. 19 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. South Forty B,ron/.o00. FREE COFFEE AND TEA Come do your last minute Christmas Shopping Happy Late 20th Birthday! qluffalo qtoan L 7, Steakhouse Mankato, Kans. 913-378-3971 : Holiday Schedule " Open Christmas Eve Day Noon 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Closed Christmas Eve Night Closed Christmas Day Open New Year's Eve (Dec. 31) Seafood Buffet - 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. , Closed New Year's Day Oak Cafe Annual New Year,s Eve Prime Rib Closed New Year's Oak Care '" 40% /--'- Select Group Dre, and Casual Shoes Infant Holiday Wear and Ladies' Casuals f,And Other Items - 305 N Centre, SuPerior , Neb. 402-879-3339 Friday, Dec. 18 Jensby Trucking Christmas Party Dec. 19 Eagles Ch ristmas Party Guests please bring finger food. Smoked turkey will be furnished. Show paid-up membership card for two free drinks Eagles Club Supedor, Neb. - Guests With Members Welcome thoughts at BPW meeting The Superior Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday evening at the Hotel Leslie for the regular dinner, business meeting and Christmas party. Roll call was answerl by giving thoughts on Christmas in America and the gifts of Christ- mas. President. Phyllis Vaupel conducted the business meeting. Correspondence was from Mary Meintz concerning the Pro-Choice Coalition of Nebras- ka, the 2rid Annual Lobby Day, Jan. 22 in Lincoln. Members were urged to attend. Superior BPW Club will make a block for the quilt by the Nebraska clubs to be presented to State President Linda Redfem at the 1993 state convention. Deloris Hoefs, DeAnna Tut- fie and Sandra Bothwell will serve on a committee to select a "Woman of the Year." Members were reminded to bring the articles for recycling to the Superior Cleaners. Margene Shuck, District I member of the State Nominating Committee, reported on thc meeting she attended in Kea=- ney. A Christmas program and party was presented by the com- mittee, Ruth Rathbun, Pauline I-larkins and Irene Kohn. Mrs. Bothwell, accompani'ed by Linda Cox, sang two Chdst- rnas songs and led group sing- ing of Christmas carol s. Thoughts of Christmas id questions about Christmas were given by Mrs. Harkins. She and Mrs. Kohn conducted games. There was a gift exchange and mystery sisters were revealed. The next meeting will be Jan. 11. The committee is Miss Shuck and Helen Hurd. Double K Club at Jefl'ey home , The Double K Club met at the home of Earlene Jeffery Thurs- day evening. After visiting and a gift exchange, the hostess served refreshments. You Are Cordially Invited to a .Special Holiday Dinner . Thursday, Dec. 17 6:30 p.m. at Git-A-Bite Cafe Sponsored by Life, Inc., Grief Support Group :. Phone 402-879-3865 -You are invited to a  4...th anniversary pen house 4. for Clint and Lucille Richardson Saturday, Dec. 19 8 p.m. at the Superior  Elks Lodge. Their children, Jim and families are hosts. Your presence is your gift. LESLIE HOTEL FE /HOP Dinner Choices ".=..',,. Open Sundays, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. "e', . ":1% Four.Droner Entrees ..... ,r I i Sunday Buffet Turkey ,60o and Ham ,.c,ud. Serving begins at 11:30 a.m. 65 and $ IO0 Children $4oo over  Tax under 10 Tax Included Included Saturday Evening Special Prime Rib $699,. or r-bone Tax  Served with Baked Potato, Salad Bar, Coffee or Tea: Every Friday 6:00Ore to ,O:OO p.m. $290 Hamburger ...................... Plu, and French Fries Tax Salad BarAii You Can Eat ............................ '29 oP,u. Coca-Cola and 7 Up, 6-pack ...... $1.99 i