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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 1, 2015 0 ak By Phyllis Schmitt A Christmas Eve candlelight ser- vice was held at the First Community Church last Wednesday, with a large group in attendance. A time of song and scripture was held. Sunday was VM Sunday at the church and a time of reminiscing about the years that vil- lage missions served the church in Oak was held. Cheryl Jensen and Terri Oltmans had coffee at Donna Gillan's on Mon- day morning before Gus left for Omaha. Donna quilted in the afternoon. Last Wednesday evening, Donna and Terri attended the Christmas Eve service at the church in Oak. After- wards, Jim and Terri Oltmans and Austin and Scott Oltmans were supper guests of Donna. Christmas Day, they gathered at Brent and Cheryl's, along with Donna and Darrell Jensen and Jim, Terri and Austin. Dick and Carol Eckles stopped at various times at the home of Phil and Gerry Eckles the past week. Christmas Eve, Lorrell took Gerry to Ruskin for the Peterson-Hoyer Christmas at the community center. Gerry got to see granddaughter, Kayla Peterson, who came from New York. On Christmas Day, Phil and Gerry were at the home of Dick and Carol, along with Carol's mother, Beulah McKenney, and Maxine and Betty McCutchan. Sunday, Lorrell and Andy took Gerry to Hastings to the home of Ruth Peterson for their family Christmas. Others in attendance were Danton and Rebecca Zumalt and children of Colo- rado, Ronnie and Heather Anderson and children, Rhonda and Gordon Brubacher, all of Lincoln, Sara Brubacher of Israel, Sondra Peterson and Chelle Cox and children. Ruth's mother, Betty Atwater, now lives with Ruth and she was in attendance as well as her brother Jim Atwater, of Hutchinson, and Steve Atwater and wife of Hastings. Phil visited for the day with Dick and Carol. Dick Lowery, Pat Brusseau, Craig Lowery and Terry and Lynda Meyer were Christmas Day guests of Mike and Connie Stichka. Christmas Eve afternoon, Mitch Hinz and Mel Wilton and Vickie Anderson and Mike Blain were guests of Dick and Pat. Dick and Pat and Teresa Lowery and boys and George Bruce were Friday night soup supper guests of Bob and Kristina Lowery and boys. Dick and Pat and Bob and Kristina played cards after- wards. Pauline Hanson was among the Wilde Ridge residents who were treated to supper by Missy Wilt, the manager, on Monday night. Tuesday morning, Pauline had coffee with the others who gathered at Wilde Ridge for refresh- ments. That night, she went to Alfred and Janell's for their family Christ- mas. Jennifer was home from Florida, along with Matt, Teresa, Mattison and John Sullivan, Angela Garver, Joby, Christin, Jaden and Cailey Hanson, and Dick and Claudia Hanson. Alfred took Pauline to Hastings last Wednes- day to see Dr. Dietz. Christmas Day, Pauline went to the Vestey Center for dinner as Alfred and Janell were help- ing serve dinner there. Friday night, Pauline went to Alfred's to visit with Jennifer and had supper there. Jackie Cox attended the Christmas Eve program at the Lutheran Church in Blue Hill to see the grandchildren. Christmas Day, all the children and grandchildren gathered at Gaylen and Jackie's for the day. Pastor Keith and Lynda Brich, Sa- vannah and Meredith were last Tues- day evening guests of Phyllis Schmitt. Phyllis was a last Wednesday morning coffee guest of Jackie Cox. Phyllis was among other relatives gathering at the home of Dustin and Nikki Drohman, Molley and Jase on Christmas Day. In the evening, Phyllis went to Hebron for supper with the Jerry Schmitt fam- ily. Phyllis Schmitt hosted her family on Saturday for their family Christ- mas. Attending were Jerry, Kelly, Jor- dan, Hannah, ,Peyton and Landon Schmitt, Lauren Schmidt, Junior and Dixie Drohman, Dustin, Nikki, Molley and Jase Drohman, and Derrick and Jakki Drohman. A dinner and gift ex- change was held as well as a few card games. Donna Gillan went to Superior for lunch on Sunday ,joining other women. i00eoublic By Betty Bouray Bryan and Carolyn Simms hosted Joe and Andrea Fischer, Laurel and Alex for Sunday supper and the open- ing of their Christmas gifts. Bryan and Carolyn Simms attended an after-Christmas family supper and gift exchange at the home of Gary and Jennnifer Loring in Scandia. Glen and Phyllis Hofts also attended. Laurel Fischer, Belleville, was a Saturday evening overnight guest of Bryan and Carolyn Simms. Alex Fischer visited Sunday afternoon. On Christmas Eve Thaddaeous, Heather and Kiki Fuller had Christmas with Grandma Alyce Suhr. On Christ- mas day they went to Belleville and had Christmas with Thaddaeous' fam- ily. Greg and Joan Birrell visited Aaron and Misty Birrell in Salina last Friday to help the family celebrate Colten's birthday. Guests of Darrell Birrell at the farm for Christmas were Greg and Joan Birreil, Michal and Darrell Herde, Kim Birrell, Laura Birrell and Cassey Robertson, Pedro Leite, Aaron and Misty Birrell, Colten, Tessa, and Gaven Yungeberg, Bill, Katie, Andrew and Liam Mikesell and Scott Birrell. Greg and Joan Birrell visited Darrell Birrell and Kim Birrell atthe farm. The occasion was Kim's birthday. Holiday visitors of Jean Charles and Mike at Valley Point Farm were John and Evan Charles, Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes (Keri) Charles Jefferson, Iowa; Hayley Fay Charles, Denver, Colo., Jean' s grandson, Dane Petersen, and companion, Jill Nienhiser, both of Arlington, Va. Saturday, Jared, Tracy Gurm, Paul Telford, Dalen Tietjen and Darcie Bruer had supper in Mankato. Kent, Betty, Klay and Dillon Bouray celebrated Christmas Eve at the home of Robert and Arlene Ahrens. Those in attendance were Yvonne, Drew Bailey North Platte, Richard, Sharlot and Aaron Ahrens, Olathe, Jade Ahrens. Joining for Christmas dinner was Ron Ahrens, Superior. Kent, Betty, Klay and Dillon paid a visit to Estaline and Lawrenc e Bouray on their way home. On Sunday Kent, Betty and Dillon Bouray attended the Streit Christmas in Guide Rock. Last Saturday, Dalen Tietjen and Darcie Bruer were at Edgar and Beulah Tietjens' for Christmas. Saturday, they visited at Darrell Hanson's. Darrell and Judy hosted the day with all their children and grandchildren present except James and Shari and their girls. Winners at Rip City Inn-Republic Oil 12 days of Christmas were Richard Cripe, Lee Vandenberg, Tracy Gunn, Alyce Suhr, Robert Henman, Doug Simms, Loisann Brown, Judy Hanson, Calvin Seybold, Bryan Simms, Heather Fuller and Scott Parker. Jaren Aurand returned Saturday from a week with his grandma, Helen Aurand, in Iowa with aunts, uncles and cousins for Christmas. Marilyn picked him up and had supper with nephew, Jeremy, before returning home. Sun- day, Jaren and Marilyn wentto a movie in Superior. Marilyn Aurand was one of many who attended a festive night hosted by Mike Charles. Weather Superior Observations As of Tuesday Morning Lynn Wilton, NOAA Observer Temperature High for the week ......................... 52 Low for the week ............................ 1 Precipitation This week ................................... 0.13 December ................................... 0.75 Total for 2014 .......................... 25.52 Average through December ..... 27.20 Drought center helps people understand and prepare for drought By Angela Hensel, Nebraska News Service Located at the University of Ne- braska-Lincoln, the National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC) is a na- tional and international leader in drought-related information. Founded in 1995 and led today by director Michael Hayes, the mission of the NDMC is to help people at all levels prepare and manage for &ought in a proactive way. "The National Drought Mitigation Center actually works with everybody from an individual producer up to na- tional and international governments. We work with the United Nations quite a bit, the World Meteorological Orga- nization, which is a UN Organization," Hayes said. "What we try to do is deliver &ought-related information to these stakeholders." Mark Svoboda, Climate-Based Monitoring Program area leader for the NDMC, develops a number of in- formation systems on drought to help people realize just how important and widespread an issue &ought can be. "One of our main jobs is to commu- nicate science in a way that's digest- ible for policy-makers and for the pub- lic," Svoboda said. "A lot of what we do is framed around that and in fact we do pride ourselves in working a lot with working folks on the ground and at all scales. We have a pretty large global footprint when it comes to deal- ing with drought issues, because this is an issue that is very much global, and not just isolated here in Nebraska of course." One of the main information sys- tems Svoboda works on is the U.S. and North American Drought Monitor which is put together in collaboration with 11 other authors to assess current &ought conditions. Some of the other information sys- tems provided by the NDMC include the Drought Impact Reporter; the Drought Risk Atlas and the Standard- ized Precipitation Index. All of these systems provide a variety of drought- related data such as vegetation stress, precipitation, soil moisture and tem- perature to help people better under- stand drought in their local area. llAk'i]00Oll? 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Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 Meat Processing for Less NO EXTRA CHARGE for: Grinding Hamburger, Sausage or Pork Burger Tenderizing Round Steak Making Minute Steak We also Double Wrap Meat for longer freezer freshness (once in poly freezer film and once in paper) We will make Lunch Meat from your beef or pork All Hams, Bacons and Lunchmeats are made with our prize winning recipes and cooked in our country-style Hickory Smokehouse Locker Rentals available for overflow Lard Rendering Slaughtering by Appointment We Double Grind all Hamburger Beef and Pork by sides and quarters available from locally fed animals Full line of meat available by the package F'oo'00 I Facebook Home Fed Beef Sides ..................... =3.05 Pork Sides ...... Sl 85 mmmmllmm amlawwDmmmmmm wmmm wmm Imn (includes cutting & wrapping)5 Duis Meat Processing 785-243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia Courtney Aksamit, R.N. Deanna Disney, Activity Assistant "All these tools are there for them to use to make a better informed deci- sion and hopefully reduce their impact 'from drought because we can't stop &ought from happening, but what we hope to do is reduce the risk or impacts of drought on your operation," Svoboda said. Reducing this risk is critical to help people avoid detrimental impacts from drought, like what the U.S. saw during the Dust Bowl years. "Many people don't think we can have or experience a situation like we had in the 1930s, the Dust Bowl years in the United States. But if you look at past records and available data, the 1930s &ought is actually not that un- usual of an event," Hayes said. "So trying to get people to understand that concept and hopefully that allows them to think about being better prepared for an event like that." "It's one of the most, if not the most costly hazards in the U.S., it's right up there with hurricanes, those two pretty much stand tall over all other hazards combined," Svoboda said. "And if you think about it makes sense because &ought has a very large spatial foot- print and can last for a very long time." By educating and informing people about drought, the work of the NDMC is critical for the future especially for a state like Nebraska, where agriculture is so important and can be quickly impacted by &ought.Contact Angela Hensel at nns.ahensel @ gmail.com. Markets Superior Grain Market Tuesday Close Current Price Last Week Corn ................................. 3.83 3.90 Milo ................................. 4.57 4.64 Wheat ............................... 6.06 6.35 Soybeans .......................... 9.74 9.75 School Menus Superior Public Schools Breakfast Jan.5 to Jan. 9 Monday: NO SCHOOL. Tuesday: Egg tac go or cereal, fruit or juice, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza or ce- real, fruit or juice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast burrito or ce- real, fruit or juice, milk. Friday: Yogurt parfait or cereal, fruit or juice, milk. Jan. 5 to Jan. 9 Monday: NO SCHOOL. Tuesday: Chicken and noodles or beef and noodles mashed potatoes, rolls. Wednesday: Grilled cheese or rib with bun, baked beans, cottage cheese. Thursday: Goulash or breaded beef sticks, corn, cornbread. Friday: Pizza'br turkey and cheese sandwich, carrots. Superior Bowl League Standings Men's leagues Results-Week 15 of 24 12/22/2014 Industrial League Won. Lost Pct Superior Insurance 39 21 65 C & M Supply 35.5 24.5 59 Double G Cattle 23 33 41 LovewellMarina 22.5 33.5 40 Season: High scratch game: Dave Fullerton 212 Wayne Thomas 208, Kevin Hinz 203. High scratch series: Dave Fullerton 566, Kevin Hinz 534, Norris Eitzmann 519. Results- Week 17 of 26 12/23/2014 Commercial League Won Lost Pct Scott TV 51 17 75 Mid-States 43.5 24.5 64 Tuttle Locksmith 38.5 29.5 57 3-S Express 37 31 54 Ray's Auto 33 35 48 Season: High scratch game: Jerred Ehlers 217, Harold Kramp 209, Dale Tyler 206 High scratch series: Brad Bouray 577, Jerred Ehlers 566, Harold Kramp 517. The City of Superior H ousung Study Kick'-off Meeting 6:30pm Darcy Bargen, C.N.A. o \\;. % at the Vestey Center : 453 N_- Central ct Superior City Hall DCtark@cityofsuperior.net [: [. Kristina Haskins, C.N.A. Christy Olson, Activity Assistant/ Certified Medication Aide 4 00mployees of the Month Good Samaritan Society - Superior is proud to announce its employees of'the month. We would like to recognize their contributions to our mission and the work they do to serve our residents every day. i((ii! :7] QJtOGood . . ..Sa.mantan 00OCl%00 1710 Idaho St Superior, NE 68978 (402) 879-4791 1 The Evangal Luther Good Saurian Society pts noung ano servlc to quadect incllwdu S without regarcl to race, color, rehg*, get.e, dlSadlty, famdlal status, natll origin or othe Wotected statues accdlrlcJ to appl*Ca b fetltaJ.  state or IOC. laws. Some seces may be prodded by a thlrO part. 1 laths or be,efs e wcorne. Copyright O 2014 The Evang.= Lat.'nan Goo Sarnaatan Society. JI ngts reervea. 14-G2062