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III Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey Nothing much to report on this week, except the winter storm, which seems to have stopped a lot of things in their tracks. Because of the bold and blowing snow, last Wednesday's coffee was canoe!led. I debated going, but after going out at 12:30 to walk Ellie and coming back inside thoroughly chilled, I decided I could drink a hot cup of coffee at home without going out in the cold to do it. I guess everybody else thought the same way. Chad Winslow did get out and plow the street s early. At least we have a good street Crew here in Guide Rock. The Midland Area Agency on Ag- ing (MAAA) held their quarterly meet- ing in Hastings. Eight counties are represented in this organization; Lee Doughman is one of the representa- tives from Webster County. She re- ported there is a new member on the board; Dwight Theobald is also repre- senting Webster County. The meeting was to update members on issues for the elderly, such as health, current scums and elder abuse. Since I don't have anything else to report, here's a little item I found on Wikipedia. One Of the current Olym- pic women's speed-skating team is a native Nebraskan. Sugar Raeshelle- Faye Chelsea Todd was born in Omaha to Mike and Diana Todd. She grew up on a Nebraska farm and, at age eight, joined the Omaha Speedskating Club. When she discovered she had a pas- sion for the sport, She convinced her parents tO move to Milwaukee the fol- lowing year so she could train at the Pettit National Ice Center. Her mot.her hated the Wisconsin cold, but made the move immediately. Her father retained his job as an Omaha firefighter and made a 1,000-mile commute every 10 'days to have his time off with the rest of the family. She graduated from Wanwatosa East High School in 2008. Todd has set age group records for the 300, 400, 500, 600 and 800 meter races, winning the midget girls (ages 11-12) l in 2003. She has currently won three spots on the Olympic team, 4th place on the 500 meter sprint, 3rd place on the 1,000 meter race and 4th on the 1,500 meter race. So as'you watch the Olympic speedskating events, cheer for our Nebraska team member. Before the snow started falling, I took Ellie on a walk to the post office. As some of you may know, the gutters on the west side of the street were full of ice from the previous snow and melt cycle. For some reason, Eliie insisted on walking out there on the ice. Fi- nally, after slip-sliding a bit, she appar- ently decided to go ice.skating, put her front paws out in front of her and pushed off with her hind paws. Went along at a pretty good clip, until she hit some, .clned ice ridg.s from where someofie had walkedin the slush be- fore it fi'0z completely. Rather funny to watch her doing this. But when I said, "Let's go home," she turned and . started almost jogging towards the house. She likes snow, but evidently she'd prefer her snow without the ac- companying cold weather. So would I! After all, you can shovel snow off the sidewalks. I've never yet figured out how to go about shoveling cold. As always, a box at the post offige, email me at diaspar3@aol.com, snail mail me at P. O. Box 93, or call me at 257-2037, if you've got any news. SHS honor society inducts 8 members The 2014 induction ceremony for the National Honor Society member- ship was held Jan. 30 at Superior High School. Bob Cook, principal; inducted the new society members with the as- sistance of the 2013 members, Jacob Hawley, Emily Hayes and Alex Meyers. The inductees are Chelsea Renz, Kendra Schiermeyer, Brain Simonsen and Makayla Utecht, seniors, Claire Dressman, Morgan Frahm, Jaysa Hoins and Caleb Isom, juniors.. The parents of the new inductees were inv{ted to attend the ceremony. A luncheon was provided for all mem- bers, their parents and the Superior High School Faculty. Republic By Betty Bouray Save the date: April 5, 5 p.m., for the wedding of Shayna Nicole Bretz and Andy Evert. The Republic com- munity is invited and it will be held at the old gym in Scandia. The Rae Hobson Memorial Library will be closed Feb. 3- !8 for ref'mishing of the wood floors. Sorry if this is an inconvenience for you but it will be worth it. Funding comes from the re- mainder of the Duclous Foundation grant and another donor. Marilyn and Jaren Aurand stayed Friday night and Saturday in Hutchinson at the Gold Coin Winter Circuit show with the Thompson Quar- ter Horse team. Jaren showed his horse, Simon, in several classes and did well. A great turn out by the RFD No. 9 firemen last Monday as they were called out to a local fire. Betty Bouray called on lobert and Arlene Ahrens in Superior. Around 35 attended the Kansas birthday celebration at' the Pawnee In- dian Museum. Friends of the Pawnee Museum served birthday cake. The winner of the tomahawk was from Concordia. Helen Aurand called on Lawrence and Estaline Bouray. Dillon Bouray and Jaden Baxa at- tended a concert in Lawrence, Kan. Story hour was held at the Ran Hobson Memorial Library with eight present. Snack was served and two new books were read by Betty Bouray: I know an Old Teacher Who Swal- lowed a Flea, donated in memory of Sybil Rahe; and One Kansas Farmer, which is a new book. Kansas Day was' celebrated by reading that book and the group learned several things about Kansas they did not know. They made sunflowers using black oil sunflowers for the centers. Twenty-nine people gathered for the annual RFD No. 9 community meal and meeting. Fred Levendofsky, presi- dent, conducted the meeting. New of- ricers were elected as well as other business. Those elected were presi- dent, Kent Bouray; vice president, Mark Brown; treasurer-secretary, Betty Bouray; members-at-large, Jim Elliott and Kent Swartz. Klay Bouray will be the new fire chief; the safety officer position will be filled at the next meet- ing at 7 p.m. on March 10. Following the meeting, th&e was a meal served while attendees watched the Super Bowl. Jaren Aurand visited his grandma, Helen, for the weekend. Several from the area participated in the Help Kayleen Clark Dodge Can- cer benefit held Saturday at Pike Val- ley Elementary School. 2013 Year in Review November The Nebraska attorney general, s office is seeking an additional $600,000 to fund the continuing legal fight with Kansas over Republican River water. The state has spent more than $3.1 million dollars over the past seven years and it is now headed to the United States Supreme Court. Several Superior residents reported sighting a cougar within the city limits. The Southern Nebraska Arts Coun- cil, an all-volunteer group, took over ownership and operation of Superior's Crest Theatre. Candidate for the governorship of Nebraska, Chuck Hassebrook, visited superior. Custom hand railing was installed by Superior Industries at the band shell in Superior's City Park. Superior's Candy Cane Lane opened in Lincoln Park. The Superior City Council decided to have an existing well relined with stainless steal casing rather than drill- ing a new well. December The Nuckolls County Historical Soci- ety presented their annual Christmas program at the museum church. The Superior area received their first snow- fall of the season. Unusually light, fluffy flakes deposited approximately six inches of powder on the ground. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer i Last Week's News Hymns sung during the Olive Hill Church Sunday school hour and wor- ship service were "Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken," "Open my Eyes that I May See," "Send the Light," "Spirit of the Living God," '`There will be Showers of Blessing" and "Bless be the Tie that Binds" with Lynn Wilton accompanying the congregation on the piano. Linda Hutchinson was song leader. Pastor David Watters brought the children's story and message. Ush- ers were Paul Hutchinson and Dwight Frost. Virginia (Lewis) Roe was featured in the Feb. 1, issue of the Midwest Messenger livestock section. Virginia was pictured in 1939 with her brother, Ted Lewis, holding a lamb south of Bush, Colo., near the nine mile comer. Dean Thornton, Superior, a former resident of this community died at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings, Thursday. His funeral was held at the Church of Christ, Superior, with burial in the Evergreen Cemetery. Darren Thompson worked the past week near Longford, Kan., where he was spreading fertilizer for farmers in that area who are Aurora Cooperative customers. While in the area, Darren stayed overnight with his daughters, Anya and Allison Thompson, Manhat- tan. Hallie Strand, Superior, was a week- end guest ofber grandparents, Darren and Jessica Thompson. Saturday evening, Darren, Jessica and Hallie and Jerry Miller, Guide Rock, were Supper guests in the home of Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson, near Guide Rock. Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer were among other women of the First Presbyterian Church, Su- perior, who served lunchto the rela- tives and friends of William Andersen, Sr., following his funeral. Thursday evening, Jessica Thomp- son attended the Superior High School boys basketball game vs. the Red Cloud High School boys in Superior. Jessica's cousin, Miles McDole, played on the Red Cloud team. Callers at the Hasemeyer home were Melissa, Tye and Oakley Ward. This Week's News Hymns sung during the Qlive Hill Church Sunday school hour and wor- ship.service were "Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken,""Solid Rock,""All that Thrills my' Soul," "Spirit of the Living God," "The Bond of Love" and "Amazing Grace" with Gloria Schlaefli accompanying the congre- gation on the piano. Linda Hutchinson was song leader. Pastor David Watters brought the children' S story and mes- sage. Ushers were Wyatt Schuster and Paul Hutchinson. Special music was by Paul and Linda who sang a duet, "How Can I Repay You." Following the worship'service, acarry-in dinner was held in the basement. The first quarter business meeting followed. Saturday evening, Feb. 22, the Olive Hill Church Valentine Dutch Treat Supper will be held at a Mankato cafe at 6:30 p.m., hosted by Dwight and Beverly Frost. Robert, Alaina, Lyndsay, Katelyn, Ashlyn and Jordan Brown went to Milford, Nob., Saturday evening where Lyndsay and Katelyn partici- pated in the girls conference basket- ball game. Their team won the game. Oakley Ward and Sherry Hasemeyer spent Saturday afternoon in Hastings. Hallie Stmad, Superior, was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Darren and Jessica Thompson. Miranda Ward, Hastings, was a Sunday dinner guest in the Hasemeyer home. HOURS: Wednesday and Friday K 1:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, 3-7 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrift00 Shop 410 1/2 N Central, Superior, Nob. NELSON DENTAL CLINIC EST 1984 First in Nebraska to Offer: Intra-Oral Cameras D.ntal Lasers f:avity Detection Lasers ' Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation ! ,409- 225-2828 Robert Wilson, DDs, FAAHD,FICD Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cosmetic, ImplanL Root Canal, Crowns and Bndges, Dentures, Invisallgn Premier Prodder. Hospital Dentistry COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY STATE OF THE ART CLINIC On the web at www.nelsondentalclinic.com ;:: 2Nelson,70 SouthNE Main . Appointments are available Monday . through Friday 00o00.Cos0000t.c Callers the past week at the Hasemeyer home were Larry Havens, Superior, Janice, Melissa, 'rye and Oakley Ward. Thursday, February 13, 2014 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A ..e 'From The Files' of The Superior Express ., " Forty Years Ago :: A flu epidemic led to the closing of all Superior schools. Jim Lirm, an employee of Winebar Plumbing and Heating, was fortunate to escape death when he was pinned under the wheel of a large tractor he " was operating. Soft ground softened .: the impact and he suffered minor inju- :, z ries. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jonson, Supe- rior, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Rogge, Sr., Ruskin, celebrated their 66th wedding :;i anniversary. Rex Wilton, 76, died. He was a WWl veteran and a lifelong Nuckolls County resident. Sliced bacon was 99 cents per pound at Superior's Ideal Market. The Crest Theatre was showing "Enter the Dragon." Thirty Years Ago Gerald Barnes, the mayor of Supe- rior, announced his plan to resign Apri! 1. A garage fire at the Ideal cement village destroyed a vintage pick-up truck. December Kiwanis "terrific kids" at Superior Elementary were (back, from left) Morgan Thole, Connor Blackstone, Gesina Redden, 65, died. She was a McKenzie McDainel and Hunter Healey; (front) Kaylee Mohler, Noah Butler, Shayla Meyer and Owen Sul!ivan. Doug resident of Guide Rock. Hoins, Kiwanis member and elementary principal, is also pictured with the students. Leona Pohlmeier, 77, died, She was a Lawrence resident and had worked ,,a-;;a residents encourage -tLI, it was noted the st0rage house is ' for the Lawrence Locomotive. located in the Lost Creek flood plain: '" Frozen smoked carp was $1.15 per lLa, Derek Clark, city planner, said regula- poundatSuperior'sJackandJillFood to test ivr radon gas tionsgovemingtherepairofthehouse , were not as restrictive as those associ- ' Center. Do you know whether your home obtainshorttermtestkitsfromSHDHD ated with the plan to connect die two- : The Crest Theatre was playing '`To has healthy air? Michele Bever, execu- satelliteoffice sites Clay, Nuckolls and Be or Not To Be," starring Mel Brooks Kent Jensby, a member of the coun- and Ann Bancroft. tive director of South Heartland Dis- Webstercountiesas.wellasfromcounty cil, advised the couple it did not make ..... Twenty Years Ago trict Health Department, is encourag- extension offices in the same counties, economic sense to pour their money AriD Doehring filed to challenge ing residents of Adams, Clay, Nuckolls Rinne encourages residents to add into a dilapidated" structiare located in Lloyd Rust, the incumbent, for the andWebstercountiestotesttheirhomes "TestMyHomeforRadon"totheirlist the flood plain. He suggested they con'- mayorship of Superior. , for radon gas. "This is a simple, inex- of New Year's resolutions. January is sider buying other property ' Jim and Vema Lewis celebrated pensive test. Why not add testing your a particularly good time to test for Thegouncilalsodirectedstaffmem-' their 40th wedding anniversary, home for radon to your list of New radon as homes are often closed up bers to call Jim McCord and advise Erwin and CorabelleSweet, Hardy, Year's resolutions?" Bever said. tight for winter, him the plan he proposed at the last celebratedtheir50thweddinganniver- Bever said radon is a carcinogen For links to more information on council meeting was not acceptable sary. (cancer-causing agent) that could be radon, radon testing and radon reduc- and the Feb. 15 deadline would be Rudolph Kriger, 79, died. He was a present in your home. "It is the leading tion methods, please visit the South enforced. ' WW2 veteran and a Nelson resident, source of radiation exposure and risk Heartland Dstrict Health Department McCord indicated'he would like to Dole Fresh Salad Mix was 79 cents to the general public and the second website at southheartlandhealth.org, buy a vacant mobile home which ad- Jackfr a andno poundjill FoodPackagecenter.at Superior' s ing,"leading causeoflung cancer after smok-she said. Council holds  joins his house, make repair.s anduse it. as a storage building while remodel- The Crest Theatre was showing With assistance from a grant from on abatement date ling his home. McCord is an experi, : "Blue Chips" and "Beethoven's 2nd." the Nebraska Department of Health enced contractor who recently moved Ten Years Ago andHuman Services, DivisionofPub- (Continued from Page IA) to Superior from Colorado. ' ' Nuckolls County child support en- lic Health Radon Program, South Mr. and Mrs. Cody Warren met The mobile home is under an?order forcement files were transferred to Heartland District Health Department with the council to discuss a plan to similar to that being applied to the Hastings which hasafull time enforce- (SHDHD) is launching their annual purchase two houses on West Eight storage house on Eighth Street, ment office, radon awareness and risk reduction Street. OnFeb. 18,Clarkadvisedthecoun- : Arlene Ruth, 92, died. She was a projectaimedatincreasinglocalaware- For 20 years or longer, thewestem- cil he plans to begin inspecting the retired Superior business woman, ness about the risks associated with most house on the what the county properties that have notcomplied with' radon exposure. Grant funds support assessor considers to be one parcel of Theland andbuildingsnear Scandia education about health risks from ra- land, has been used as a workshop and the Feb. 15 order and make plans, to which housed the Valley Vegetable don exposure, the need for increased construction materials storage build- havethecitycontracttohavetheprop- Cooperative sweet corn processing testing, opportunities for reducing ra- ing. Prior, owners .remo,ved the, win-, erties brought into compliance. , " ' ' /ft_lr. eeting Jl p,ln session for plantweresoldfor$185,000.Theplant donrisk, ifnecessary, andaboutbuild- dows. ...... ' " " ibotit one hour, thecouncil went into declaredbankruptcyafteroperatingfor ing new homes with radon-resistant . Thelongestablisheduseisnolonger executive session'with John Hedge, one season, techniques. Joseph Rundus, 90, died. He was a Radon gas is produced by the natu: being accepted by city officials, the deputy city attorney, to discuss As part of the current nuisance possiblelitigation.JanDiehl, cityclerk, WWII veteranand formerprofessional ral decay of radium found in rocks and abatement program, the city has or- Clark and Timothy Schmidt, county. baseball player, soils. In outdoor air, radon becomes dered the owners to either remove the. attorney, were asked to remain for.the .... The Crest Theatre was showing dilutedenoughthatitisrelativelyharm- structure by Feb. 15 or make by that session. Other city staff members and ..... :, "Lord of the Rings: The Retum of the less. However, the gas can move date the repairs needed to again use it members of the general public w6re : King" and "Big Fish." through the soil and tends to accumu- as a residence, asked to leave the room and the front : Five Years Age late in closed spaces, like basements. Instead, the owhers have proposed door to the city buildifig was locked, i Le Roy and Joy Barnes celebrated Bever said approximately three- selling it and the adjoining house the .. ;. their 55th wedding anniversary, quarters of homes tested in Adams, Warrens are renting. ' Karla DeVaney was swom in as Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties b% : clerk of the district court, have unacceptable levels of radon. "In The Warrens told the council they are interested in buying the property if m,, Nearly 30 people assisted with a 2013, nearly 73 percent of radon test the city will allow them time to repair d" Full Service Yarn cattle drive which moved 130 head results in our counties had radon levels the derelict structure from northwest of Superior to north- abovetheEPAactionlevel.Thismeans They said they would first like to &: GiftShop .: _. east of Superior. those residents are at risk and should repair the former storage building so H0m: Tmy, Wry'& FrI/ 10'a ill t05 p.m. The South HemlandDistrict Health consider taking further steps to assess they could live in it while remodelling Thursday: tO a. t0 lip.m., Smry: tO a.i;.2 p)a. ,. Department launched a hand cleanli- and address radon levels in their the house they now live in. Once the hess educational campaign, homes." The Crest Theatre was showing remodeling is completed, they would . .. ,,/CL0SED SUNDAY & MONDAY Case of Benjamin Butt0n." coordinator for SHDHD, said "You by attaching the two houses. One Year Ago can't seeit, smellitor tasteit, butradon Their plan di, d not meet with coun' Nuckolls County sberiff's officers is a radioactive gas that is quick, easy cil approval. Members voted 6-0 to 336 N. Central, Superior, Nob. and inexpensive to test for. Unless you enforce the Feb. 15 deadline. 402-879-o151 arrested a woman living in Nelson on a test for radon, you can't know whether  " / warran, t issued by New Mexico. Her ...... male companion was previously ar- youhavehighrisklevelsinyourhome." ....... : rested on murder charges in Nelson. RinnesaidSHDHDwillbedistrib-, i" Happy"4Oth "",: Oliver Farver, 91, died. He was a uting short term radon test kits for $5 WW II veteran and a longtime Nelson each to district residents from the SHDHD office at 606 N. Minnesota in Wedding Anniversary resident. Hastings. District residents may also Happy 80th Birthday Gma and Papa to Grandpa Carpi , From Hannah, Carson, Boone, , Cash, Teegan, Jordan and Bentley From Tyler, Camden, Keenston, Nikki and Cortney !i Mindi and Matt Happy 60th BK, Betty, Sandy and Cal - ,: Anniversaru_ LIVING FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Mom and Dad! Invites yo u to hear ,  Rev. Tony & Lisa Cooke From : Sunday, Feb. 16 Greg arid Rhonda i Matt, Jessi, Lilly, :i at 10:30 a.m. . Dylan andMarlee Tony and Lisa Cooke have been serving th . . Body of Christ in various capacities since 1980. Lance, Kate and Nola iti Tony's passion for teaching the Bible has taken him . : to morethan 45statesand 22 nations. Theirwebsite Gina, Nick, . (www.tonycooke.org) reaches pastors, missionaries, Emma and Krae '  and other church leaders in more than 170 nations. ., Tony was involved in pastoral ministry for Blake, Jenna ' more than 20 years, and served as an instructor and the Dean of Rhema Bible Training Center and Harlee !; Lisa is known for her passion in prayer and worship, especially in leading worship Linda and Josh with children. Tony is the author of many great books, including, "Qualified: Serving God With Integrity and Finishing Your Course With Honor," "Grace, the DNA of God," And the Family "U,e 00,er Sea,c, T,e 00tor00," TAr.. r v.. , , O V e /,/ will be available at this service. Ik' .I-i !13 For more information call 402-879-3814 or 402-879-5910 Cards can be sent to Joy and LeRoy Barnes LIVING FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 1154 N Kansas, Superir, NE68978 d 315 N. Central, Superior. Nob. 402-879-3814 Senior Pastor Jon Albrecht  Associate Pastor Patsy Busey , :/