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meets at church Women's Missioua':y met at Centennial T, u:L.,an last Wednesday. The , :. ::, is your Name was Albrecht led, dcvo- President Evalin Conducted the meeting. Roll was answered by 10 members and a Valentine exchange. was sewing at the church the follow- at the Good Samaritan d the prayer before on offering. willbe March Lutheran Church. Lester pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., a.m., Sunday school and hour. Wednesday, 6:45 instruction at By- P.m,, Lenten worship at By- 3; 9 a.m., worship an; 10 a.m., Sun- and fellowship hour. , March 6:6:45 p.m., con- Instruction at Hardy; 7:30 service at Hardy. Mary Church of Hardy. Sunday, a..rn., church service. Henry ts speaker. Ushers are Glen and Howard Miller. WCU at 2 p.m. Miller were in To- Saturday to attend the University women's bas- . m which Gosia Czarnecka ietta Sehlueter visited Sunday :h Hilda Eitzmann. iltoft were Sunday her parents, Mr. and McKinney, Blue Hill. birthday was eel- home of his parents, Bouray. Guests etty Bouray, Klay and Bouray, Darwin Xavier Sunday afternoon Were Dean and Viola Edwards went to in a basketball Geneva and Hebron. Kaldahl and Julian Ohrt with Kendra's grand- z Kaldahl while and Mary Kaldahl, on vacation. Julian is an ! Student living with the John Y. and Letha Fuller Letha's daughter, , to Thurs- was celebrated there. Kottmeyer at- s banquet Satur- 3aptist Church, Virgil and Marj n came Oscar and Mable's later by Wayne :)scar and Mable Hebron, Vivian Hansen, out and Liz Kaldahl and Julian Ohrt the exchange stu- had a get-to- Ig and River Archway of Glenn Gene and ,bytheRev. sponsors andChad a. Also attending following at t and Alyson Petersen, were Mrs. Larson, , Bryston and Karen Hawley, Jensen, Roger and and Becky Trial underway in Superior Sparks flew and tempers flared as a highly unusual trial commenced Sun- day evening at a Superior church. The oddhess of lhe time and loca- tion of the trial x',c surpassed in strangeness by the pto-,ccution's first wimess. John the Beloved was called from the grae to tetif 5 about his relationship with leus and Judas tscali L The trial opened in lairly routine fashion with the bailiff administering the oath to the jury. The judge opened by explaining the purpose of the trial to the jmors. The prosecution's opening remarks claimed that evidence from the Bible woukl prove beyond any show of doubt that Judas Iscariot should be ete really condemned. Defense coun- tered that the same Bible would show that while Judas was not perfect, none of us are. He was sincere, if mistaken, in his beliefs and worthy of forgive- ness. John's testimony, at times highly charged, revealed that Jesus himself had called Judas a devil and Judas' own actions had shown him to be evil. The next session may be even more exciting with the appearance of the Mary Magdalene, the prosecution's second witness. To see for yourself how this court- room drama unfolds, plan to be at First United Methodist Church, Superior, Sunday at 5 p.m. Ross Fenimore named national merit finalist Ross Fenimore has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist. The National Merit Scholarship is a prestigious award recog- nized throughout the United States explained Bob Cook, Superior High School principal. NationwiLde, approximately 15,000 students qualified as finalists. Of those finalists, some 8,000 will be selected for scholarships. In addition, many colleges and universities award scholarships and grants to those stu- dents, in recognition of their bein named finalists. News media an- nouncements of Merit Scholar desig- nees will be made by the National Merit, Scholarship rporation in April, May and July, + ' I I '1 I - Bowling  . IL Classical League W L Price's ...................................... 53 27 . Chief Electric ........................... 45 35 Bradshaw Ins ........................... 41 39 Tucker's ................................... 37 43 SFMC ........... ' ............................ 35 45 Jensby's .................................... 29 51 Individual high game: Conni Sibert, 212; High Score series: Conni Sibert, 240; Team high handicap, Prices, 2,098; high team score: Tucker's, 2,634. ' Superior fifth and sixth grade students preparing for "Sing Around Nebraska" are (back row, from left) Erin Montgomery, Ashley Hayes, Samantha Nielsen, JonWulf, Michael Kinyoun, (front) Evan Robb, Brittanie Simonsen, Ryan Renz and Jenny Hershberger. Missy Shaner is not pictured. Sixth "grade boys play in Fairbury The uperior sixth grade boys team placed first in the Fairbury tourna- ment. It was their seventh straight win Their record so farm this season is 10- 3. They won their first game of the tournament 39-16 against Fairbury. They played Washington A team for a 20-18 win. On Sunday in their final game, they beat Washington B team 27-18. They play this weekend in the Red Caps tournament, and will finish their season in the Kearney blowout starting March. 16. The team consist of 12 players. They are Justin Cotter, Bradley Cusatis, Taylor Ginther, Michael Kinyoun, Tanner Krajnik, Tristan Pearson, Evan Robb, Thomas Rogers, Brett Ross, Trevor Thayer, Jesse Wulf and Jon Wulf. They are coached by Jay Ross and Don Robb. Jeff Kinyoun is helping as scorekeeper. Salem Lutheran rotate pastors for Lenten services Five Lutheran pastors and an assis- tant have set up a rotationschedule for Wednesday evening Lenten services in the area which they serve. Each conducted the Ash Wednes- day service in their own church. Dur- ing the other five weeks of Lent, the pastors or PMA will fill a different pulpit each Wednesday evening. The theme, "Be Not Afraid," will be held atSalem Lutheran Church at 7 p.m., with the following leading the services: Larry Fruhling (Grace, He- bron) Feb. 20; Phil Nielsen, (Peace, Deshler), Feb. 27; Connie Raess (St. Peter, Byron) March 6; Mike Osberg, (Prince of Peace, Geneva), March 13; and Jonathan Jensen (Zion, Carleton), March 20. Pastor Dan Hays of Salem will be at one of the above churches each week. Lenten suppers will be held at Sa- lem at 6 p.m. each Wednesday prior to worship What do you like about working at "There's a quality of life and a lot of great activities for everyone tO do." Maxine Golka Medication Aide " CHICKEN and FISH SUPPEI Serving at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 ALL YOU CAN EAT A GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME MERICAN LEGION West 8th Street. Superior, Nebraska Rekberry Winter ,for the dance free 'oup Rates: 308-382-4515 1-866.734.677:5 Park Maxine has worked at Good Samaritan since January 2001. Nora By Meta Stiles Melba Lynch accompanied Dean and Pat Jones to Beatrice Sunday. They met Craig and Peggy Jones for dinner. Virginia Lewis and Helen Gebers attended the Ruskin American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Ruskin cafe. Lyndall and Bonnie Bargen went to Linsborg, Kan., Saturday to visit Deb and Dan Fricke and Penny Beans and Andrew. All had supper together at a care in Salina. Aaron Oltmans, Davenport, had coffee at Elma Gerbeling's coffee hour and later was a dinner guest of Alvin and Edna Epley. Ema Vieselmeyer, Davenport, took Alvin and Edna Epley and Loren Jagelsl Davenport, out for a Valentine Day supper at Nelson. Later they played cards in the Epley home. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer at- tended the South Central Cattlemen's Valentine supper Saturday night in a Guide Rock cafe. Daniel Schleufer, Ruskin, was a Sunday noon dinner guest of Irvin and Murlene Schleufer. Marlin and Lisa Meyer and Cody and Julie Meyer, Superior, Loretta Feistner and Hans Christensen, Nel- son, were Sunday supper guests of Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer. Lisa and Loretta were honored for having had birthdays. C1o and Ruth Thayer visited Marvin and Mary Carriker, Harvard. Nora Club meets at Thomsen home The Nora Club met last Wednesday at the. home of Rhea Thomsen with nine members present. The meeting was called to order with the flag salute. Melba Lynch read, "Give Your best and Probing Questions." Each mem- ber told or read something about former presidents, Washington and Lincoln. The door prize was won by Vella Bauman. Several members received valentines from secret sisters after which all participated in a coffee mug exchange. The program consisted of several games. The March meeting will be held at the Ruskin cafe. Members will bring games prizes for Nelson Good Samari- tan Center. I [ III Births Travis and Tonya Thieme, Temecula, Calif., are the parents of a son, Nicholas Alexander, born Jan. 28. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Grandparents are Gary Thieme, Phoenix, Ariz., and the late Sharon Thieme. Great grand- parents are Margaret Simonsen, Supe- rior and Alvina Thieme, Castle Rock, Cole, Thursday, February 21, 2002 The Superior Express, ISSN 0740-0969. is pub- lished weekly by Superior Publishig Company, Inc., 148 East lhird Street, Superior. Nebraska 68978. Subscription rote is $ t 8 per year In Nebraska, $19,06 in Kcnsas (inckJdes sales fox) and $25 per year elsewhere in the United S; 50 cents per single copy. Periodlcol class postage paid at Superior, Nebraska, and at oddiflonal mailing office. POST- MASTER: Send address changes to: The Superior Express, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978. Jonathan 00fompson and Jubilie Boyer II Sat.r00,F+ 00all / i;.,, 9 f.m.o i a.m. + gtqI, II suvenar ,a00e II ._L Superior, Ned. 68978 '"-, :+!+_2= ., Ma00enna February 26, 2001 w The children and grandchildren of Willard and Glennis McCutheon would like to invite you to help them celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary :"'+ with a OPEN HO USE Sunday, March 3 at the Hardy 50th Wedding Anniversary Community Hall 1952-2002 2-4 p.m. THEREUTIC MA,AO. & BODYWORK Swedtsh Rellxal|on maaO Sandra L Holling * L.M.T. 402-879-41507 Supedor J Happy lst Birtlufay Wishes to our att00 with lots of Grandma Lois and Grandpa David (Knna-'s parents -nt and Ahdrea 9rcbhoffi scorpioj;, N. Great-Grandma, Hilda Eitzmann Byron, Ne3. Thursday, February 21, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Superior elementary students to 'Sing Around Nebraska' Saturday, l 0 of Superior' s fifth and sixth graders will take part in 'Sing Around Nebraska.' The event is sponsored by the Ne- braska Choral Directors Association and is being held at eight different sites throughout the state. Superior's stu- dents will go to Hastings, to partici- pate. The annual event was founded in 1990 by Sharon Smith, an Omaha middle school teacher. Its goal is to get quality literature into all state el- ementary schools. Choral director of the Superior group is Teresa Christensen. "We had 30 .students try out for the choir and were only allowed to chose 10. It was difficult to choose only 10," said Christensen. "Not only do the students get to do something good for their school, they have the opportunity to work with some of the best choral directors in the state." Christensen continued. "It should be a great experience for them," The participating students will per- form for the public at Hastings High School Saturday afternoon ate4 p.m. Participants this year are Erin Mont- gomery, Ashley Hayes, Samantha Nielsen, Jon Wulf, Michael Kinyoun, Evan Robb, Brittanie Simonsen, Ryan Renz, Jenny Hershberger and Missy Shaner. Headrlck receives scholarship Christina Headrick, Superior, has been awarded the Eisen- hewer Schol- arship from Kansas Wesleyan University. The scholar- ship provides $5,000 per year ($3,000 for non resi- dence hall stu- dents) to high school senior and trans- fer students with a GPA of at least 3.500 and an ACT composite score of 22 of SAT score of 1030. These awards are renewable with a maintained GPA of 3.250. Chris is a 2002 candidate for gradu- ation from Superior High School. She is president of FFA, vice-president of Thespians, and participated in Knowl- edge Master Open. She is alsoa mem- ber of the golf team, concert and jazz bands and a cheerleader. She is the daughter of Steve and Jane Headrick, Superion Illll Courthouse News Nuckolls County ii i iiii i r Traffic and Misdemeanor Speeding: Travis Sad& Hastings, $125; Debra Jetensky, Superior, $25; Kerry Douglas Fritz, Council Bluffs, Iowa, $25; Travis Schendt, Lawrence, Neb., $75; Betty L. Himmelberg, Lawrence, Neb., $25. David Johnson, Wichita, no IFrA permit, $100. Eric G. Baker, Wichita, no operator's license, $50. Aaron L. Christensen, Superior, no operator's license, $150. Amber M, Barnason, Superior, I) no registration, $50; 2) no proof of insurance, $100; 3) failures to report property damage accident within 12 hours, one year probation, 384 hours in jail. Amber M. Barneson, Superior, driv- ing under suspension, one year proba- tion. Civil Department Credit Bureau of Hastings, Inc., vs. Larry Woerner, judgment entered. ARL Credit Services, Inc., vs. Sharla Wattier, judgment entered. District Court Karen L. Young vs. John A. Young, dissolution of marriage granted. Real Estate Transfers Charlene A. and Virgil I. Schultz to Candice Garcia, Part S 1/2N 1/2 SW 1/4 36-4-7. Marjorie Stotts, P. R. to Glenn and Jo Anne Edwards, Lots 32 N. Addition to Hardy. Marjorie Stotts, P. R. to Glenn and Jo Anne Edwards, Lots 30 and 31 N. Addition to Hardy Robert G. McCorkle and Marjorie Stotts, Co-Trustees to Glenn and Jo Anne Edwards, Lots 30, 31, and 32 N. Addition to Hardy. Marjorie McCorkle Stotts and Fran- klin D. Stotts to John A. and Mary K. Kaldahl, Co-Trustees, SW 1/3 32-1-5. Irene G. Himmelberg, Gilbert and Imajean Himmelberg, Irvin and Peggy Himmelberg, Maurice and Pat Himmelberg, Patricia and Edwin Choquette, Wayne F. and Sandy Himmelberg, Gerald J. and Norma Himmeiberg, Richard and Janis Himmelberg, Kay and Dave Gubbels, Teresa arid Ralph Woodward, Roberta and Robert Frerichs and Bernita and Jerry Follmer to William J. and Lynettte A. Hoffstetter, Part Lots 19 and 20, Block 14, O. T. Lawrence. Roy W. and Patricia M. Rempe to Roy W. Rempe, Trustee. Part W 1/2 36-2-7. The art of being a good guest is knowing just when to leave. Schedule your prom appointments ' r NOW! : ...... New spring and Victorian items New Stylist  Heather Grant 318 N. Central, Superior, Neb. (402) 879-3730 Complete Dental Care for the Entire Family Care wlth you m mind Most lrtsuranee accepted and filed  Strlct,sterlllzatlon-modern Call now for appointment 402-225-2828 VISA-Master Card- DenCharge accepted Robert C, Wilson, D.D.S. Dee Ann Petersen, R.D.H. An#ee Beck, Dental Assistant bt Hornbussel, C.D.A. 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