Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Superior, Nebraska
May 6, 1982     Jewell County Record
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 6, 1982

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

SOCIETY and CLUBS (items must be in by noon Monday) )E-A-WEE CLUB Phe Bide-A-Wee Club met th Irbie Hanson Apr. 22 th 14 members present. p] call was answered with es. We discussed program for Tuesday Happen- Neita Hanson gave a 'asurer's report. The guess L brought by Pat to Irbie, guessed by Itha Seamans. contained pretty note er. Myrna read a thank :note from Tessie. For bow and Tell" manyllnter- ing items, both old and were exhibited. Neita have club May 6. Roll call Ill:: an eighth grade grad- memory. Club ad- tned to a delicious lunch Ued by Irbie. --Secretary TRUMP IT CLUB WEDNESDAY Mrs. Ralph Waugh enter- tained the members of the Trump It Bridge Club with a dessert bridge at her home Wednesday evening, Apr. 28. The high scores were won by Mrs. E. B. Beam and Mrs. Lowell Yasmer. The next meeting will be May 12 with Mrs. J. R. White hostess. NOTICE There will be a potluck supper at the Montrose Par- ish House May 10 at 7 p.m. for Mr. and Mrs. Vern Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Parsons of California. Every- one is welcome to attend. GARLOCK-MORRIS Sharon K. Garlock, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Garlock, Fort Worth, Tex., was united in marriage to Mr. Eugene L. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo L. Morris, Burr Oak, Apr. 17 at the Christian Church in Burr Oak. Ray. Russell Shoemaker of Mankato received the couple's VOWS. Mrs. Theresa Small, Red Cloud, Nebr., provided-.the wedding music. The bride, given in mar- riage by her uncle, Mr. Ed- ward McEntee, wore a knee- length, beige, polyester dress with tier sleeves and bodice FELLOWSHIP MEALS May 10: Veal Birds, pine- apple beets, buttered carrots, whole wheat roll, fruit 'n pudding. May 11: Oven fried chicken, potatoes, cole slaw, rolls, fruit. May 12: Roast beef and gravy, Franconia potatoes, orange, carrot, pineapple salad, bread, sweet potato cake. May 13: Fish or salmon with tartar sauce, cauliflower and peas, peach half, bran muffin, Under the Sea Salad. May 14: Spaghetti with meat sauce, broccoli, pears, Cherry Cottage Pudding. CALENDAR aunt of the bride, served the punch, and Mrs. Darlene Garst, Mankato, aunt of the bride, served the coffee. Kathy Morris, sister of the groom, helped with the gifts. The bride is a 1981 grad- Thursday, May 6 - WYW - Berniece Kissinger Bide-A-Wee Club - Neita Hanson, 2 p.m. Friday, May 7 - TOPS - Milly Sandell, 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 11 - P.E.O. - Barbara Bothwell V.F.W. Auxiliary 7830 Wednesday, May 12 - Center Rebekah Lodge 129 - 8 p.m. Trump It Club - Mrs. J. R. White uate of Lake Worth High School, Fort Worth, Tax. The LA LECHE LEAGUE'S groom is a 1980 graduate of STATE CONFERENCE Burr Oak High School. Over throe hundred moth- The couple will be living at ers, fathers, La Leche Lead- 5841 Cowden, Fort Worth, ers and health professionals Tex. 76114. are expected to gather in Hutchinson on May 21 and 22 WEBBER ALUMNI to attend Kansas La Leche REUNION MAY 28 League's 12th Area Confer- The Webber High School ence. La Leche is an inter- Alumni Reunion will be held national non-profit organiza. are "mother to mother" and cover most topics relating to breastfeeding. A medical ad- visory board reviews and approves all literature before it is published and serves as consultant to the over 12,000 iLL Leaders and 4,400 Groups around the world. The theme of this year's conference is "Parenting: A Proud Profession." LiLt representatives ex- pected to attend the event will be: Liz Crofts, Redding, Conn.; Helen Daniels, Lib- erty, Me.; Judy Eastburn, Dallas, Tax.; Bonnie Saran- son, Hanover Park, Ill.; Ethel- Marie Underhill, Manhattan; Penny Gels, Salina; and Re- Jean Loucks, Assaria. Medical professionals par- ticipating in the conference this year will include: Dr. Richard Guthrie, Kansas Uni- versity School of Medicine; Dr. Thomas Rosenberg, pedi- atric allergist; Dr. Richard Hammel, DDS; and Dr. Rich- ard Moore, psychologist, Topics covering breastfeed- ing, nutrition, parenting, allergies, discipline, and fath- ering will be presented. The conference is open to any health professional, parent, or mother-to-be interested in at- tending. Mor information can be obtained by contacting the local iLL Leader, Vicki Rug- glare. Solomon Valley iLL meets once a month in a continuing series of four meetings de- signed to help mothers who wish to breastfeed their babies. A complete lending library is available at the meetings and interested CARD PARTY MAY 15 The Golden Years Club is having a card party Saturday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Nutrition Site. Cards of your choice, such as pitch, canasta, bridge, etc., or dominoes and checkers will be played. Please bring your own cards. Admission will be 50c each. Pie, sandwiches and coffee will be sold during the evening. Make up a table of your friends and come have an enjoyable evening. SUNSHINE CIRCLE CLUB Sunshine Circle Club met Apr. 29 at the home of Ruth Sanderson with Ruby Scar- row hostess. Eight members answered roll call. Election of officers was held: Bernice Carter, president; Ruby Scar- row, vice president; Ailene Shoemaker, secretary and treasurer; Esther Hedges and Sada May, gift and card com- mittee. The guess box was won by Elsie. A gift exchange was held. Lunch was served by Ruby. Club adjourned to meet May 12 with Bernice Carter. --Ailene Shoemaker, Sec. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Results! JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 6, 1982 Page 3- Section 1 'RECEPTION FOR MARY LAGERGREN Mary Lagergren of Man- kato will be honored with a reception for her 90th birth- day on Saturday, May 8, from 2 to 4 p.m., at her residence, 302 N. Commercial St. Hosts for the reception will be her children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lagergren, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert (Wilma) Underwood, Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy (Resells) Damon, Federal Way, Wash., and Pearl Sloan, Mankato. No gifts, please. FOOT DR. PHILIP A. MAYNARD FOOT SPECIALIST FOOT SURGEON 213 East Third Superior, Nebr. Open Tuesdays Appointments Only Telephone 402-879-3411 Flowers Make Life Brighter. BEDDING PLANTS ARE HERE ! Because you can't count on the weather... women are invited to attend. 24-HOUR PRESCRIPTION. SERVICE =" t of Photography nzuv v SZRVlC 827-2434 BelleviUe Kans. Closed Mondays Tele[lom PHONE 375-3713 Cindy Jeri Go on. Pour it on. Send mom a cheerful arrange- ment of fresh spring flowers that come in a real working watering can. It's our Showers of Affection Bouquet and it's the Mother's Day gilt morn will use all year. Stop in or call the shop. We'll make sure you can shower your mom with affection this Mother's Day. ig Mukanto J111 N. Commercial Pbeno 915-378-3162 ALL DURING MAY Also custom make frames and will cut mats of any size. We have the largest selection of genuine wood frames in this area. In Addition To PORTRAITS and WEDDINGS We Specialize in Rest.oration and Copying of OLD PHOToGRAPHS TIMEX WATCHES --- 20% OFF