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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 25, 2016 Area Guide Rock United Methodist Church is holding its soup supper at the church, Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Spectra Energy of Holdrege pre- sented agrant in the amount of $500 to Deshler Public Schools for academic after-school programs. The Fillmore County Democratic Caucus will be held Saturday, March 5, at the Geneva Public Library base- ment at 1 p.m Members of the Superior Volun- teer Fire Department were called Sun- day afternoon to fight a field fire along near West Eighth Street. Last week this newspaper was one of many across Nebraska that assisted with the distribution of a Nebraska Corn Board publication known as Corn- stalk: Two-of the women featured in the publication have ties to the Guide Rock area. A story on page three fea- tures Jessie Potenier Ruppert the daugh- ter of Kif and Sharon (Sund) Portenier of I-Iarvard. She is a fifth generation daughtert0-return to the farm. On page 4her mother, Sharon, is featured. Sharon is the daughter of the late George and Ruby Sund. The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement announcements, Wedding photographs and accompanying intormation without charge. Wedding pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding. Although The Express does not charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right togive space preference to couples who purchase their wedding invitations, programs and other supplies from The Express. Anniversary pictures are published with a report after the observance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited'! column on page 3. Information received inwriting by-4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that week--s paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted. The Superior FFA Chapter will host a recycling event, Saturday morning at the Superior High School south park- ing lot. They will be accepting alumi- num and newsprint, 8 a.m., to noon. Snow geese on their annual migra- tion north are again stopping at Lovewell Reservoir. This week an Omaha television station news cast included radar images of the flocks departing from the reservoir. This newspaper has been replaying the newsclip on its Facebook page. Tonette Gonzales-Hunter of Guide Rock, April Faimon of Lawrence,Luke Christensen of Davenport, Andrew Kuba of Edgar and Haley Gebers of Nora are among the Hastings College students making the dean's list for the fall semester. A former Superior resident, Pam Jackson Curran, now living at Owasso, Okla., was injured Friday while help- ing supervise a kindergarten field trip for the students from the school where she is employed. The students were at a trampoline park when one fell knock- ing Pam to the ground and breaking her right leg just below the knee. Family members here were told it is a fairly complex break which will require some traction and then surgery to repair. Arthur "Art" Scheierman retired as a director for the South Central Public Power District. He served as the subdi- vision one representative from 1986 through the end of 2015. Republicans in Republic and Cloud counties can participate in a secret bal- lot caucus, Saturday, March 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the former Concordia Middle School. Democrats in the 36th Senate District will caucus at the Beloit Municipal Building from 1 p.m. to 3 ).m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 1:30-5:30p.m.,,," " " Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. ..... 426 N. Central. Superior, Neb. Arts Friday, Saturday and Sunday - Feb. 26, 27 and 28 WINTER HOURS: Friday, Saturday and Sunday o 7:30 p.m. 13 Hours: The Secret Running Time: i: Soldiers of Benghazi 2hr. 24min. The true story about the attack on an American compound in Libya that left U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens dead, and the six members of a security team that Valiantly fought to defend the many Americans stationed there. Starring: John Krasinski, Pablo Schreiber and Toby Stephens 8.16 .... ................................. AgMax Crop insurance is great for America's !: farmers. See how our federal c,op, crop hail and federal livestock options can benefit your business. Matt Sullivan 427 Highway 14 Supeno,. NE Crop Insurance 402-879-3002 www.AgMaxCrop.com ~,}a~ Crop [nsulallce undelw~itten by Western Agricultural Ins.raace Company. an equal oi.'fxJrtun.lv p o~der. CO02- ['JE~Ir- I {4-13! 1" ISSN 0740-0969 Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt ................................ Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Nebraska .......................... $27.00 One year in Kansas .............................. $28.50 (Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) Elsewhere in United States ................. $38.00 To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and pictures for publication in this newspaper. Please submit only information and pictureS for whida you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions require the name and address of the person. submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper may be published, used and distributed in print of electronic editions of the newspaper. Thank you for your cooperation. Published every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: tse@superiorne.com Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at superirne'cm Postmaster: Send address changes to: The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 ' Telephone: 402-879-3291 FAX: 402-879-3463 Vestey Senior Meals Program Feb. 29 to March 4 Monday: Egg casserole, gravy and biscuit, citrus salad, chilled tomatoes, breakfast pastry. Tuesday: Goulash, corn, tossed salad, peaches. Wednesday: Roast pork, mash po- tatoes with gravy, squash medley, pick- led beets, five cup salad. Thursday: Half ham salad, sand- wich, chicken vegetable soup, two bean salad, Jell-O with fruit, cookie. Friday: Herb baked fish, cheesy potatoes, green beans, coleslaw, apri- cot. ?::!iii! The Nuckolls County Wednesday group met on Wednesday, Feb. 17, to play nine holes of golf at Sunland Springs Village Golf Club, Mesa, Ariz. The ladies attending were (from left), Carolyn Nelson, Lincoln, Neb., Nancy Meyer Baker, Blue Springs, Mo., Bev Bridwell Grunkemeyer, Cheyenne, Wyo., Deb Oman, Lincoln, Neb., Donna Jensen, Cadams, Carol Shipley Biltoft Yost, Clay Center, Neb., Linda Nelson, Superior, Kay Friend, Clay Center, Neb., Trudy Jensen, Wichita, Kan., Dee Ann Gharring Piper, Sheridan, Mich., Marlys Jensen, Superior, Dottie Hashage Svendsen, Lincoln, Neb., Jeanie Brittenham Brennfoerder, Lincoln, Neb., and Marilyn Langemeier, Billings, Mont. The Nuckolls County Wednesday group met Wednesday, Feb. 17, to play nine holes of golf at Sunland Springs Village Golf Club, Mesa, Ariz. The gentlemen attending were Mike Shipley, Colorado Springs, Colo., Roger Nelson, Superior, Leon Langemeier, Billings, Mont., Steve Nelson, Lincoln, Neb., Bill Piper, Sheridan, Mich., Will Jensen, Wichita, Kan., Buck Friend, Clay Center, Neb., Frank Brennfoerder, Lincoln, Neb., Steve Yost, Clay Center, Neb., George Jensen, Superior, Gary Grunkemeyer, Cheyenne, Wyo., Darrell Jensen, Cadams, and Ed Svendsen, Lincoln, Neb. You are invited to follow The Supe- rior Express on Facebook.School Menus 'Snowbirds' report from Ariz. desert Nora By Helen Gebers Good Food GreatFrlends Will SYart Selling Friday, Feb. 26 14" Thin: or: Regular Crusts Ii Cheese $6.79 I Sausage or Pepperoni $7.49 IiSupreme or Meat Lovers i $9.00 I ...... .j Eat In ~ Take n Bake ~ Take Out Call to order 402-225-2158 Winter Hours: Monday - Friday: 10 a.m, - 8 p.m, Saturday: 7 a.m. -5 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m, First in Nebraska to Offer : Intra-Oral Cameras Dental Lasers Cavity Detection Lasers Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation CALL 402-225-2828 Superior Public Schools Breakfast Menus Feb. 29 to March 4 Monday: Pancakes or cereal, juice or fruit. Tuesday: Breakfast cookie or ce- real, juice or fruit. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza or ce- real, juice or fruit. Thursday: Scrambled eggs or ce- real, juice or fruit. Friday: No School. Lunch Menus The Nuckolls County Wednesday group met last Wednesday, as they typically do each winter January through March. They played nine holes of golf at Sunland Springs Village Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz., then retired to Fat Willy' s restaurant at Sunland Village East in Mesa to eat. It was a warm day, in the upper 80s, which may have been a record. Mary Ann Meyer, Helen Gebers, Murlene Schleufer and Steve and Diane Gebers attended the Verona Gumaer funeral at Salem Lutheran Church last Monday moming. Murlene, Diane and Helen helped with the noon lunch. Helen Gebers attended the Lenten supper and service last Wednesday at Salem Lutheran Church. Carson and Reagan Williams of Ohiowa were Saturday overnight We discussed our golf game, re- guests of their grandparents, Roger cruiting for the Husker football team and ~ Sue Williams. Sue was a Feb. 29 tO March 4 and what we thought the Huskers could last Tuesday guest of her mother, Pat Soundy, in Grand Island. Monday: Chicken sandwich or BBQ do next fall. Special guests were Nancy pork, potato wedges. Meyer Baker (formerly of Nelson), Tuesday: Chicken and noodles or Blue Springs, Mo.; and Deb Oman beef and noodles, mashed potatoes, (friend of Jeanie Brittenham roll. Brennfoerder) of Lincoln. Wednesday: Goulash or fish trea- Others who regularly attend, but sures, corn, cornbread. were absent, are Dick and Claudia Thursday: Sloppy Joe and baked Hanson, Superior; Eulin and Betty potato, broccoli. Ebsen, Bostwick; Larry and Judy Friday: No School. Mikkelsen, Hardy; and Norma and Rollie Langmeier, Schuyler. We Sell Another boring day in the desert: full sun, no clouds and a light breeze. The American Red Cross Blood- mobile will be in Hebron Friday, March 11, from l p.m. to 6 p.m at the Grace Lutheran Church. Rubber Stamps Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior,Neb 402-879-3291 Robert Wilson, DDS Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cosmetic, Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Invisalign Premier Provider Hospital Dentistry COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY STATE OF THE ART CLINIC On the web at www.nelsondentalclinic.com Andy and Lisa Baalman of Salina were Saturday overnight guests oflrvin and Murlene Schleufer. Ron and Nancy Hofts and Dave and Sherry Gebers were in Omaha Monday and Tuesday. Lance and Katie Williams, Clay, Jackson and Stella, attended the girls basketball game at Sandy Creek Thursday evening. Lawrence-Nelson played Axtell. Saturday evening, Lance, Katie and family attended the Nebraska-Ohio State Basketball game at Lincoln. Krayton Kucera accompanied them as a guest of Clay. This newspaper's web page may be found at superiorne.com Julie Ferebee Licensed Massage Therapist Gift Cards Available 317 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-225-2048 308-882-0098 Available by appointment "L~ 270 South Main .... :: : : :::::: ~: ~::": ~i i~ >'..'~~.: i ~:: Nelson, NE Appointments are available Monday through Friday AMERICA ACAoE Y OF CO , tfltC DENT|STRv Highland By Ivalee Jaeobitz Muriel Follmer played cards at the Nelson Senior Center last Tuesday. She had lunch with the Bible study group last Wednesday. Friday, Shirley Follmer, her brother, and Muriei had supper at a Nelson cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell returned from a trip to Mexico Friday. Saturday dinner guests of Don and Peggy were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoelting, Mr. and Mrs. Dust-in Casseli and families. Don and Peggy and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter attended the shower honoring Matt Kile and Markee Jacobitz Satur- day at the American Legion. Saturday, Chase and Chasity Ostdiek were afternoon and overnight guests of their grandparents, Gary and Bernita Ostdiek. Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen were in Hastings on business Friday. Last Monday, Terre Jacobitz, Amy Augustin, Markee Jacobitz and Ivalee Jacobitz attended the Verona Gumaer funeral. Ivalee went on to Superior on business and later visited Sharon Schiermeyer and Phyllis Vasconcellas in the swing bed unit at the hospital. Gerry Eckles, Carol Eckles and Ivalee Jacobitz accompanied Sally Uhrmacher to Superior Thursday for lunch in recognition of Random Act of Kindness Day. Linda Hartshorn, Teresa Neil, Jack- son and Jaymison, of Lincoln, Neb., Jeanette Wolfe of Fairfield and Ivalee Jacobitz attended the shower Saturday afternoon honoring Markee Jacobitz and Matt Kile. Others attending were Stephanie and Natalie Jacobitz, Amy Augustin and Emily Jacobitz. Teresa Neil took her children and Evan and Emily Jacobitz out for pizza and an evening together while Linda, Jeanette, Ivalee, Terre and Amy at- tended the entertainment provided and supper following the afternoon shower. Teresa and children returned home while Linda, Evan and Emily stayed the night with Ivalee. Annie Myers of Red Cloud, attended her granddaughter's shower. Ivalee Jacobitz visited Mr. and Mrs. Josh Jacobitz and, Natalie Sunday evening. Marlys McClure returned home Saturday after 11 days in Lincoln and Superior hospitals, Saturday. Donna Lammers, Troy, Tracey, grandchildren, Kahrs, Kelly and Amber, visited Sat- urday night. Then they went to visit Phyllis Vasconcellas at Brodstone Memorial Hospital. Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Hymns sung during the Olive Hill Church Sunday school hour and wor- ship service were "Ask Ye What Great Things I Know," "Under His Wing," "I Then Shall Live," "Spirit of the Living God," "In His Time" and "I Need Thee Every Hour" with Gloria Schlaefli accompanying the congrega- tion on the piano. Beverly Frost was song leader. Oakley Ward rang the church bell. Pastor David Watters brought children's story and message. Ushers were Dwight Frost and Wyatt Schuster. Melissa Schuster visited Sunday afternoon with her father, Monte Bean, near Beloit. Saturday, Twila Cool, Walker and Kaymbri Cool and Shawnee Schoenrock, Superior, went to Waco where they attended a surprise birth- day party honoring Jerry and Michelle Cool, York. Twila was a Saturday over- night guest in the home of Jerry, Michelle and family. Twila, Walker, Kaymbri and Shawnee returned Sun- day. Everyone has been enjoying the warm temperatures the past week. The corrals are drying up and is much easier to care for the livestock. \ Saturday, March 19 Sunday, March 20 ,-~--IEI1. 7a.m.-1 p.m. EachDay Adams County Fairgrounds Health Falr Hastings, Neb. Pre-register now through 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 11 on the Mary Lanning Healthcare website, marylanning.org. Locate the red star and the words Health Fair along the top row. Click there and complete the registration form. For those without computer access, contact Butler Volland Funeral Home for registration help. Either way, your packet will be waiting for you when you arrive at the Health Fair. Questions, call 402-460-5806. For Two Days Thursday, March 3 Friday, March 4 -r- COUP()N Medium 3 Topping or Specialty Pizza ........ m.~.,1 OR make it a E for / Offer 1637 Dine in, carry out or defivery good at Superior, Neb. location only Present coupon to get discount Id~41o. Superior, Neb. 402-879-3305 I i i i [ I