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(rhe i ]Published each Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. [at 148 EaS(Tlaird Street, P.O. Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 [Subscription. rates are $27 per year in Nebraska, $28.50 per year in Kansas. Other States $38 per year. . . Supertor Bxpress Bill Blauvelt, Publisher E-mail Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at Thursday, January 15, 2015 Page 2B From the files of The Superior Express Oak, celebrated their 25th wed- ding anniversary. Testimony was heard in dis- trict court at Nelson on the appeal by Robin Scully to take full con- trol of his estate. A court had ruled against him the previous year when sioners to serve as Nuckolls County Assessor. Vandals damaged two wash- ing machines and stole more than $50 from The Superior laundromat. Carol Fisher, a Superior High his uncle, Thomas Scully, felt he School graduate, was co-owner of was not ready to control the estate the Aki-Nibi resort in Ely, Minn. at age 30. He was seeking control She taught school in Hammond, of 40,000 acres of Nuckolls County Ind. and 20,000 acres of Gage County The City of Superior autho- land plus other monteary instru- rized the replacement of 96 mer- ments, cury vapor street lights in the busi- James Thomas, 51, died. He hess district with sodium vapor was a former Superior police of- lights. ficer and a resident of Republic. Folger's Coffee was 99 cents Velveeta cheese was 9 cents perpoundatSuperior'sldealMar- for a two pound box at Superior's ket. Ideal Market. The Crest Theatre was show- The Crest Theatre was playing ing "Harry and Tonto." "Men of the Fighting Lady," star- Thirty Years Ago ring Van Johnson and Walter Brad Fults, Beaver City, pur- Pidgeon. chased the Superior Livestock Fifty Years Ago Commission Company and held David Downing, a Superior at- his first sale. tomey, was elected president of Christina Justyna-Navis was the Superior Chamber of Com- named manager of Superior Tour merce, and Travel. The City of Superior was free Floyd and Clarice Brakhage, of debt to be paid from general Ruskin, celebratedtheir50thwed- taxation, ding anniversary. Martha George, 80, died. She Bertha Karmazin, 80, died. She had been a Superior resident for was a Iongtime Lawrence resi- 45 years, dent. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hobelman, Whole fryers were 39 cents per Superior, celebrated their 50th pound at Superior's Ideal Market. wedding anniversary The Crest Theatre was show- Fall City smoked sausage was 49 cents per pound at Superior's Jack and Jill Food Center. The Crest Theatre was playing "Invitation to a Gunfighter," star- ring Yul Brynner. Forty Years Ago Kate Whartman was appointed by the Nuckolls county Commis- Eighty 'Years Ago Paul Schmeling was advanced to the position;of president of the Security National Bank with Lee Sage being elected as cashier. Graffon Nfftter moved his newspaper; the Republic County News, from Republic City to Belleville, after 27 years in Re- public. " Asa Hughes,60, died. He was a Iongtimeresident of the Bostwick community.. The Superior Women's Club observed its 25th anniversary. Genuine Hockmeyer corduroy dress trousers were $2.95 at Troudt and Eickmann in Superior. The Lyric Theatre was show- ing "Wednesday's Child," star- ring Edward Arnold and Karen Morely, . Seventy Years Ago H. H. Kr0ening, Lawrence, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel. He is' the recipient of the infantryman's combat badge. Mary Fen'ill Reber, 90, died. She was a longtime Superior resi- dent. Lt. Jay Benson, Superior, Was reported killed in action in Ger- many. He had been previously re- ported as missing in action. Cpl. Leo Ward and S/Sgt Vance Ellis returned to Superior on mili- tary furloughs. Navel oranges were nine cents per poun d at the Superior Safeway. The Lyric Theatre was show- ing "Tall in the Saddle," starring John Wayne and Ella Raines. Sixty Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stowers, Nora, celebrated their 59th wed- ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Striggow, ing "Johnny Dangerously," star- ring Michael Keaton and Joe Piscopo. Twenty Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kronberg, Superior, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Christena Reed Zimmerman, 97, died. She was a longtime Su- perior resident. A portion of Superior's East First Street was closed while the bridge crew of the Nuckolls county road department repaired the bridge over Oak Creek. Kieth Frye, 66, died. He was a longtime Byron resident. The Crest Theatre was show- ing "The Shawshank Redemp- tion," starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman and "The Pagemaster." Ten Years Ago Edith Ward, Nelson, celebrated her 95th birthday. Maggie Moran McKinney, 100, died. She was born in Hardy and was a Superior resident. Jeff Nelson. a 1998 Superior High School graduate, was teach- ing English in South Korea. Superior's Candy Cane Lane recorded more than 2,700 visitors during the holiday season. The Crest Theatre was Show- ing "Meet the Fockers." Five Years Ago The Nuckolls County Board met with two contractors to dis- cuss ways to make the historic county courthouse more energy efficenient. Victor Brown, 84, died. He was a lifelong Republic County resi- dent and a farmer. A house fire in Republic dam- aged the home of a Carolyn Ander- son, 85. The house suffered smoke and water damage. Anderson was uninjured. The Nuckolls County 4-H Ex- tension service sponsored a spe- cial Oregon Trail Day near Oak for 12 area youngsters. The group visited sites, including the Nar- rows and Little Blue station, asso- Editor's Notebook .Earlier this week Teresa (Robinson) Moody commented in one of her Facebook posts about the fond memories she has of growing up in Superior and asked her friends to share some of their memories. Many did just that and not all agreed on what everything was called, particularly Lincoln Park's Ocean Wave style of merry-go-round that entertained generations of Superior youngsters. That popular playground feature was removed a few years on the insistence of the city's liability.!nsurance company. Though many adults who once played 6# .]xltsge t instt mpany considered, it to :be dangerous` (Editor's Not: Some comments  have been edited for clarify. FoPth6 beneYiF'6f the IFffg tim residents who may not recognize sotne of the married names, we have included maiden names when possible.) Terri (Snell) Cradick commented, "I loved that thing!! It was fun to get, in[ the middle by the pole and try to keep from getting smacked!! ! sure don't see many kids playing on the plastic stuff we have now!!! Peg Avey said, "There was a Similar ride in the Ravenna park and we'd play on it when we went to visit my grandparents. Good times!" ' .... Ahh, the o1' witch's hat. SO many bruises, so much fun." -- Shawn Cotter 'Getting a bruise here and there was part of the fun. --Allan Bruffing "" The Chinese bell. Ya great fun. Too many sissies today because of the way they are raised." --Tim Bates "I enjoyed it too! The slide was there when my mother was a little girl: !I'd Venture a guess that the merry go round was too." -- Teresa Moody The comments weren't limited to Ocean Wave as these samples attest but the Facebook friends soon returned to talking abotit the merry-go-round. "I always talk about my home town to folks I meet. Like I have told you before, Superior is the place I mean whenI say 'Back home.' First, thing that comes to mind are the free movies on Saturday afternoon. --Rick Bates My dad would send me to the bakery for Long Johns and Gravel ciated with the trail. The Crest Theatre was playing "The Blind Side." Eldon and Judy Kirchhoff, Byron, celebrated their 45th wed- ding anniversary. Mildred Grnmmert Anderson Black, 94, died. She was a long- time Superior resident. One Year Ago A loaded semi-trailer truck went off the road one-half mile south of the Aurora Co-op eleva- tor at Sedan. The truck struck and broke a power pole belonging to the South Central Public Power District. No injuries were reported. Darlene Thomas Woemer, 82, died. She was a iongtime Superior resident. Phyllis Onstot Irvin, 98, died. She was a longtime Superior resi- dent. A concrete silo at CPI-Lansing grain handling complex at Fairmont suffered a catastrophic collapse. More than 140,000 bush- els of grain spilled on the ground. No injuries were reported. The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles announced a re- duction of service hours for Nuckolls County. The examiners would be in Nelson every other Tuesday rather than weekly. Don and Maryleen Hibbs re- tired from Superior Motor Parts after more than 50 years in the auto parts business in Superior. Loma Eitzman Jorgensen, 55, died. She was a 1976 Superior High School graduate. Gale Mikkelsen, Superior, cel- ebrated 50 years in the auction business` The Superior area received six inches of light, powdery snow. A fire destroyed the contents of the residence of Zach and Emma Beale in Nelson. Gregg Roe, 49, died. He was a former Superior resident. Kathleen Fuller, 61, died. She was a Guide Rock resident. An old graduate said, "Profes- sor, I want to do something for my college. In what did I excel?" In my.class," he replied, "you slept most of the time." "Well," said the graduate, 'T I1 build a dormitory." Sleep-everyone indulges in it. Elephants sleep on their feet. Ducks sleep on water, and to avoid By Bill Blauvelt drifting, paddle with one foot. Tops." --Teresa Moody Snakes sleep with their eyes open, I remember the movie theatre would have movie marathons and most humans sleep on their on new year's eve and Halloween! I'd love to get that started back sides. up again! --Susan Peterson When I went to "THE SHOW" I liked frozen Dr. Pepper or frozen Cokes and Milk Duds. My husband gave me a box of Milk Duds in my stocking this year. ---Teresa Moody The late night swims at the pool....the boxing matches and concerts held at the auditorium .... the witch's hat at the Lincoln Park[.i could go on and on:i: I" l:ved being a kid here!"--Susan Peterson "I wouldn't trade any of it for the world!"--Cindy (Allgood) Lamb Cruzin' the square. Who didn't cruz the square? We all thought the world revolved around that section of town. --Rick Bates "I don't recall the witch's hat at the Lincoln Park at all.., but I do remember the night swims and I know there were boxing matches at the auditorium because my brother Robb was a Golden Gloves boxer I recall sitting behind the auditorium with my parents to listen to the music performances from the auditorium but after I was about 13 those didn't happen anymore. Where was the witch's hat?"--Teresa Moody I think Susan might be talking about the Chinese bell in the park. That was fun.' Rick Bates "We always called it the witches had the tires in the middle of it." --Susan (Hiatt) Peterson "Teresa we had prom at the auditorium the year I was a freshman...1978..maybe that was the last one there." --Susan Peterson "We called it the Ocean Wave." --Ann (Martin) Johnson "Loved riding around the square! Oh for the miles we put on our cars cruizin the square. When we got tired going around one way, we just turned around and went the other way. Life was so simple back then!" --Dedra (Smith) Peterson "Superior was a great place to grow up as we know! Keep Superior alive!" ---Teresa Moody Olive Hill Church David Watters Sunday Sunday School ... 9:30 a.m. Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. , Located five miles south and two miles west of Superior Proclaiming Christ Since 1876 Church Of The:. Nazarene : 740 E. Seventh ffice Phone 402-879-4391  Pastor Jeff Klmberly  Sunday Fellow:ship ...................... I0 a.m. Morning Worship ........ 10:30 a.m. First Wednesday of month Meal & Movie ........ 6:30 p.m. Other Wednesdays. Bible Study.....7 p.m: Transportation and Nursery First Presbyterian Church Sixth and N. Central Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-3733 SUNDAY Worship .................. 10:30 a.m. Fellowship and Sunday School ......... 9:30 a.m. :Rev. Mark Diehl. Pastor Formoso Community Church Nondenominational Bible Teaching Pastor Gene Little Sunday School ........... 9:30 a.m. Worship Service ...... 10:30 a.m. Weekly ttome Bible Studies 203 Balch Street, Formoso, Kan. 785-794-2490 Catholic Church Services St. Joseph's Church Superior, Neb. Rectory Phone 402-879-3735 Mass Schedule Daily Masses 7:30 am. Saturday ......... 6 p.m. Sunday ........... 8 a.m. Nelson Sunday ......... I0 a.m. Father Brad Zitek Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Pastor Rev. Breen Sipes ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Hardy, Neb. Phone 402-279-3205 , or 402-236-8825 Sunday Worship ......... 9 a.rn'i Fellowship Hour ........ 10 a.m. Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. First United Methodist Church 448 N, Kansas Street ; superior, Neb. Rev. Joeelyn Tupper ' Sunday Services Worship.... 8:15 & 10:30 a.ha. Bible Study Thursday...9 a.m. First Baptist Church 558 N. Commercial ((} Superior, meb. InterimPastor (,K David Sherwood - Church 402-879-3534 Sunday Worship ................... 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study .......... . ..... 4 p.m. Jewell Trinity United Methodist ' Jim Rice, pastor Sunday Sunday School ........... 9:15 a.m. MOrning Worship .. 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Kids for Christ ............. 3:45 p.m. Grace Community Evangelical Free Church of IA, Superior llmll " 423 E. Fifth Street Superior. Neb. Pastor David Johnson Office, 402-879-4126 SuIday Sunday School ...... 9 a.m. Morning Worship lO a.m. Prayer Time ........... 6 p.m. Affilliated with the Evangelical Free Church of America Jewell Christian Church "A family you can belong to" 111 Main, Jewell Dan Daniels, pastor Church * 785-428-3657 Parsonage * 785-428-3323 Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Kids for Christ &Jr. High Youth Groups Wednesdays at 4:15 p.m. Webber United Methodist Church Webber, Kan. Office 785-361-2664 Res. 785-361-2070 Sunday Worship ............. 9:30 a.m. Pastor Roger Walls Country Roads By Gloria Garman-Schlaefli I have been making use of one of the Christ- mas gifts given to me by my husband -- my first counter top mixer. For some, an appliance does not sound like a very personal gift from a hus- band to his wife, but for me it was much appreci- ated. I have always used an electric hand mixer, which did a good job, but I longed for a larger mixer. As I watched Martha Sewart and the Pioneer Woman whip up their recipes on the Food Network using their top of the line mixers, I dreamed of having one. I gave a hint or two to my husband, from time to time, and the hints must have paid off. Now my Kitchen Aid is being put to use. I am as happy as any man would be trying out a new, highly sought-after electric or battery-powered tool, or a farmer trying out a new piece of equip- ment. Within the last two weeks, I've used it to make a chocolate cake from scratch, dinner rolls, noodles and oatmeal cookies. It could be said I have been "mixing up a storm." When I think back, I don't remember my mother ever using an electric mixer. She had her hand held manual egg beater to whip up eggs and cream. One hand would hold the handle at the top and her other would turn the wheel around and around, causing the beater to spin. I can still hear the sound of the metal beaters clicked against the glass bowl. She used her favorite large, metal spoon to beat bread dough, cookies and cakes, all in the largest glass mixing bowl from her set. From the smallest bowl, which was blue, to the largest, which was yellow, all would nestle inside the largest bowl, making for easy storage. Each of her three daughters learned to mix up a creation using those mixing bowls. As my mother grew older, she acquired two other sets of mix- ing bowls just like her original set. She gave the two newer sets, along with old one, to us three girls. I treasure mine and I'm sure my sisters do too -- though she made it a point to not let us know which set was which I wonder what my mother would think of my large, "top of the line" electric mixer. Would she use it? I doubt it. Her way of mixing by hand suited her needs just fine, but I'm sure enjoying using mine to suit my needs. Just fine. A Different Slant By Chuck Our traditional New Year's Day meal for the past few years has been beef prime rib. We typically wait for it to go on sale, then buy a six or seven pound cut, which usually costs $50 to $60. This year, however, I forgot to watch for the sale and failed to get one. In keeping with the tradition of beef on New Year's Day (we usually have turkey on Thanks- giving and ham On Christmas), I asked the young- est daughter what her next choice would be. Those who know me are aware I'm pretty good with meat. I don't do desserts or other fancy stuff in the kitchen, but give me any kind of meat to prepare and you won't usually be sorry. Molly said she wanted roast beef, specifi- cally "the way you do it in the Crock Pot." I was only too happy to prepare that, because it doesn' t get any easier and requires only the least expen- sive roasts available in the store. Unable to find any larger roasts, I purchased three boneless arm roasts that were each around two pounds. Total cost of the three roasts was a shade under $20. I placed the first in the empty slow-cooker, doused it with about a quarter-cup of sweet red Mittan wine and added a generous coating of sea salt, white pepper and ground basil to the meat The sticky wine holds the seasonings in place as it begins to cook. I repeated the process, stacking the three roasts on top of one another. Before I put the lid on and turned on the cooker, I added another splash or two of wine to the bottom. I got out of bed at about 6 a.m. to do this, then went back to bed for awhile. I cooked the meat on high for about six hours, then turned it to low for the last two hours. Kathy said she would be home from work at about 2 p.m., so that's what I was aiming for. Molly prepared the side dishes, which were baked potatoes, fresh green beans and snap peas. It couldn't have been any easier, and it gar- nered rave reviews. Tonight, we're preparing another favorite dish --chicken and noodles Last night, we boiled a whole chicken with rosemary, sage, carrots and celery greens, cov- ered the pot and put it in the refrigerator. When I get home today, we'll take all the meat off, strain the broth, add frozen, home-style noodles and thicken it a bit with corn starch. Great meal on a cold Nebraska night! How to catch a raccoon Sept. 2 - More of my corn was gone, and I didn't catch anything. Why should they go into the trap for corn when they can take plenty off my garden for free? I have to bait the trap with somethingthey want more than corn, and I know just the thing. I remember the mother raccoon bringing her ba- bies onto our porch to eat cat food. I will bait it with cat food. Sept. 3 - I got up early 'to check the trap. My neighbor was out calling her cat. As I went to check the trap, she asked if I had seen Fluffy. I told her I was sorry, but I hadn't. Actually, I'm never sorry when I don't see her big, fat furball. He acts all friendly to her, but toward everyone else he pulls his switchblade claws. He's a nasty little beast, and I have the scars to prove it. When I got to my trap, guess who was in it? I must admit, I was tempted to take him By Daris Howard Sept. 1 - Dear Diary, the rac- far up into the woods and release figure. I heard the rustling in my The skunk sprayed the area so coons may have figured Quthow. him into ,e wild, but before [ corn patch, and jumped up with heavyithungovereverythinglike to get past theelectric-fence t put c9 d9 anythml my netghbor my fiash!ight, ready to catch the. an early morning fog. I tried to up around my corn, but as long as, spored him in my.,tr0p ..... . thieves red handedl i came face tp release them before my neighbor I still have corn to defend, I will She accused me of dehber- facewithoneofthebiggestskunks could see I had captured her stu ...... beat them. I went to the sporting ately..t{' to catch him. I re- I've ever seen. I backpedaled as pid cat again, but I couldn't get goods store and bought a live ani- minded her tl} ne was on my fast as I could as he swung the near the cage. I had jnst managed mal trap. I can t wait to see one of property, stealing my cat toou. cannon end toward me. Because to find a pole long enough to trig- them in there Thatwillteachthem. She got all huffy and yelled some They can't outsmart me. very unlady like things at me until  hit,fmYbutquickit wasreactin'still enoughI waSthatbarelYmy eredger theus, latch, when she discov- After she used a few colorful all of the neighbors had pretty wifedoesn'treally wantme sleep- much come to find out what was ing in the house. Note: tomato adjectives to dcscribe me, I re- happening, juice doesn't help the smell one minded her she was breaking her She said she would never speak to me aga!n. My wife said it prob- bit. It just makes a person smell promise notto speakto me. That s like skunk pizza, which is not when she loudly proclaimed she ably didn t help neighborly rela- appetizing in the least, definitely would never speak to tions for me t0 tell her that was the Sept. 6  Another neighbor me again. ' I think I made her mad when I nicest thing she has said to me in informed me that raccoons like a long time. marshmallows. He says no other told her that that was the nicest present anyone has ever given me, Sept. 4- I was tilling up part of animal likes them, so if I bait the because she kicked dirt at me. my garden today, and got a bone traps with marshmallows, I should stu' ck in the tiIler. The stupid dogs catch the raccoons instead of the I probably should go apolo- roam the neighborhood burying neighbor's cat. Hopefully it will gize. I suppose I'm still luckier their bones in my garden, but the work this time. than she is since the skunk soaked worthless things can'"/even keep Sept. 7 - I think, as the saying her stupid cat, and I feel sorry for her having to live with that smelly the raccoons out of my corn. I've goes, if,I didn't have bad luck, I thing I'dtakeher somecom, but about had it. I'm going to sit out wouldn t have any luck at all. I there near the patch with my wrist snuck out to the tra avoidin m the raccoons cleaned offthe last ' mfa eY pa:c Plrrohap  shOuld rocket, and when I hear the beg- neighbor, just in Pse I captgre e gays, I'm going to pop them with Fluffy again. That cat must be the ; ..... " a rock. Sept.5-Ihad to take abath in stupidest cat in the world. Not Theepti-b rget,le trwcnts n only was he in my trap again but g tomato juice. Who'd ever have he was 'in there with the skunk the house now that he stinks so guessed that raccoons hire body How he and the skunk got in:there badeSrhe haSrlketuPiiSiwdelnt e guards? At least, that's all I can tog_heris beyond me. less cat. P ' P ' - Christian Church of Mankato I 18 S. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3707 Sunday School ...... 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship I0:30 a.m. Thaddeus J. Hinkle, Minister 785-378-3938 Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church .. 99 W. Pearl, JeweIl, Kan. EFCA Wednesday Prayer Meeting ........................ 7:30 Sunday Sunday School ................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening Service .................... 7 p.m. Ajiliated with the Eoangelwal Free Clmrch of America First Community Church Oak, Neb. Phone 402-225-2284 Sunday Sunday School .... 9 a.m. Morning Worship l 0 a.m. Sun'day Prayer Meeting ..... 7:00 p.m. Bible Centered Nondenominational Evangelical Lutheran Church 201 South Center Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3308 LCM NAL. C Sunday Worship ................. 9:00 am Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church Phone 785-647-8841 ' .. Located eight m!les [ north of Burr Oak Ill and .... J two miles west. Sunday Sunday School .., ........ lO;a.m. Worship ....................... 11 a.m. Pastor Jonathan Harkness Where The Son Always Shines" Jewell County Catholic Churches Winter (Nov.-April) Sacred Heart, Esbon Living Faith , Fellowship Word of Faith Church 315 N. Central Phone 402-879-3814 Sunday Worship Service .................... 10:30 a.m. Evening Service . ................ .. ...... 5 p.m. (except 41h anll 5th Slmdays} Wednesday Christian Development Night: Adults and Children .................... 7 p.m. Rock Solid Yo|lth Group .............. 7 p.m. Radio Program, KRFS AM Sunday Morning ..................... 8:,'10 a.m. Jon Albrecht. Senior Pastor Patsy Btlsey. Associate Pastor United Methodist Churches Schedules for , Sunday Schools and Worship Service Mankato Harmony ... Worship, 11 a.m. Stm. C'h., 9:45 a.m. Ionia ......................... Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sun. Sch., 10:30 a.m. Esbon ....................... Worship, 8:15 a.m. Burr Oak ................. Worship, 9:30 a.rn. Church of Christ 564 E. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4067 Salem Lutheran Church {ELcA) Highway 14 North. Superior. Neb. 402-225-4207 Sunday Sunday Forum and Sunday School .................... 9 a.m. Worship ............................. 10 a.m. Communion ....... 1st & 3rd Sunday Don & Margaret Olson Interim pastors Day 1 Radio Program KRFS AM 1600 * Sunday * 8 cure. Superior New Hope Connection 505 N. K0nsas S!. Superior, Neb. 402-879-5884 Sunday Service ........ 1 1 a.m. Church dinner after every service Pastor Deanna Disney 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday. 6:30 p.m. 2rid, 4th Sunday .............. 10 a.m, St. Theresa 320 N. Commercial, Mankato 785-378-3939 Sunday ................................ 8 a.m. Pastor Father Joseph Kieffer https://w'.faceb00k.c0m/Superi0rChurch0fCMst Dr. deff Collins, Minister Sunday - (no evening services) Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m. Worship SelMce .......... 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study fn ,All Ages ...... 7 p.m. Centennial Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod} 855 N. Dakota Street. Superior, Neb, Phone 402-879-3137 Sunday Sunday School-9:30 a.m. Worship ... 10:45 a.m. Worship with us via live broadcast each Sunday on KRFS Radio Plase caU for additional worship and - Bible study opportunities,