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Republic By Betty Bouray Joseph, Andrea, Larel and Alex Fischer joined Bryan and Carolyn Simms on Friday night to celebrate Alex's birthday. Nathan Issacson was also a guest. Doug Simms and Nathan Isaacson were Saturday noon lunch guests of Bryan and Carolyn Simms. Jennifer Flewelling, Quenemo, and Josh Flewelling, Concordia, were weekend guests of their grandparents, Dennis and Carol Jean Urie They cel- ebrated Josh's 22nd birthday. Denis and Carol Jean Urie were guests of Troy and Michelle Hardacre, Formoso, to celebrate February birth- days of Michelle, Hardacre, Josh Flewelling and Forrest Pounds. Sup- per and cake and ice cream were served to Velma Kelly, Courtland, Laurel, Nora, Merek and Forrest Pounds, Augusta,Georgia, Anelise, Allie Kay andWinne Hardacre, Concordia. Troy, Michelle and Jonah Hardacre, Formoso. Betty Bouray called on Bob and Vera Burge, and Alyce Suhr. Betty had a day of quilting with the Scandia UnitedMethodistWomen lastWednes- day Marilyn and Jaren Aurand were at Thompson Quarter Horses on Thurs- day when Jaren rode and then they had supper. The Rae Hobson Memorial Library is starting a new thing for the month of March: "Where's WaldoT' The librar- ian will hide him every day the library is open and when you come in if you happen to find him, don't move him just go the librarian and tell her where it is and you will get to pick a prize out of the prize box and get your name in the hat for a grand prize drawing. The RFD will continue to take do- nations for the AED difibulator for a few more weeks until we have our meeting in March. Several in the area attended the funeral services for Carrie Anderson held on Thursday afternoon at the Re- public United Methodist Church Last week, Klay Bouray partici- pated in Sahna Ice Bowl KDGA Frisbee disc golf tournament, first playing singles, then doubles. Since the days of horse-drawn fire engines in the big cities, dalmatian dogs have been associated with fire houses. The big city has nothing over the small village of Byron. The new Byron fire house has this stuffed dal- matian keeping watch over the trucks. Allington, Blochlinger Couple plans June wedding ceremony Tricia Ailing[on and Derrick Blochlinger, both of Courtland, have announced their engagement. They planned to be married June 20 at the First United Methodist Church in Su- perior. The bride-elect is the daughter of Joel and Sandy Ailing[on, Hastings. The future bridegroom is the son of David and the late Donna Blochlinger, Delphos. Tricia is a graduate of Hastings High School and Central Community College. She is currently employed in the Wal-Mart Pharmacy at Concordia. Derrick is a graduate of Concordia High School and North Cenlral Voca- tional Technical School, Beloit. He is currently employed by Nesika Energy, Scandia. Highland By Ivalee Jafobitz Muriel Follmer, Darlene Shaw and Doug Porter were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter accompa- nied Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter to Lin- coln on Sunday for the baptism of Emery Sue, daughter of Pam McDermott. Peggy CasseU visited LaVeta Por- ter Monday afternoon. Kathy Brethour, Barb McCartney, Trish Rasmussen, Donna Gillan and Muriel Follmer met Tuesday for lunch and played cards at Muriel's later. Muriel and Dennis met Kathy Foilmer and Betty Adamson Friday for supper. LaVeta Porter called on Muriel Folhner on Saturday with gifts, home made goodies, etc. as her "random act of kindness" person. Terre Jacobitz was a Tuesday din- ner guest of Ivalee Jacobitz. Ivalee called on her new neighbor in the after- noon, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sunday on Thursday morning. Ivalee was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jacobitz, Jacob and visited Michael and his friend who were home from college. Natalie Jacobitz stayed the week- end in Hastings with her Grandma Sole. Daren Ostdiek and Chasity visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek, Sun- day afternoon. Need a back issue of this newspa- per or a current copy of the newspa- pers published at Courtland, Belleville, Deshler, Hebron, Red Cloud and Nelson, they are available at The Ex- press office. The family of Pat Holling would like to thank"II everyone for the cards sent to us. We would also like to thank Brodstone Hospital staff for the wonderful care they gave Pat. Also thank you to Dr. Blecha for the wonderful care you gave Pat. You all will always be remembered. Thank you from The Holling Family The Ruskin Files March 11, 1920 Miss Estella Baird, assistant cash- ier at the Farmers State Bank, resigned to care for her aged mother. She was replaced by Myma Campbell, assis- tant casher of the Ruskin State Bank. March 9, 1933 Rain which came on Saturday and Sunday was followed by several inches of snow Sunday night. President Roosevelt ordered a three- day bank moratorum, hoping to pre- vent a run which would lead to the collapse of even more banks. March 9, 1965 After working 20 years as a black- smith in Ruskin, Edwin Rogge ac- cepted a position with the Farmers Union Elevator at Nora. He had been in partnership with his brother, Henry Rogge. March 7, 1975 The Ruskin High School boys bas- ketball team finished the season 15-3 and first in the conference. Snow starting Sunday morning con- tinued to a depth of 7 inches and closed school on Monday. March 7, 1985 Deterding's Hardware was starting its 62nd year of continuous business in Ruskin. Kevin Lowery was in traction for treatment of a leg problem. The Ruskin Lions Club donated $400 toward the cost of a second picnic shelter to be built in Memorial Park. "Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are, and doing things as they ought to be done." Josh Billings Phyllis Schmitt Donna Gillan was in Superior on Monday morning. In the afternoon, she joined others for quilting. Tues- day, she went to tai chi. On Wednes- day, she attended Bible study. Lola Biltoft attended the funeral of Effie Johnson in Edgar on Tuesday. Later, she met Jayne Pohlmeier in Fairfield, and they went to Hastings, eatin.g out. Lola also had a doctor's appointment. Phyllis Schmitt accompanied Jerry and Kelly Schmitt to Fairbury for the sub-district basketball game in which Thayer Central participated Tuesday night. On Wednesday, she subbed at Hi-Lo Pinochle Club at the home of Donna Meyer. In the evening, she was among a group of women attending the women's coffee at the church. Pastor Keith and Lynda Brich were Thursday afternoon visitors of Phyllis. On Thursday, Donna Gillan accom- panied Brent and Cheryl Jensen to Lin- coln for Andrew's honors convocation at his school. On Friday, Cheryl and Thursday, March 5, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A St. Paul and St. Peter's women of Byron spent three days sewing blankets for Lutheran World Relief (LWR). The ladies who helped are (back row,from left) Linda Heitmann, Henrietta Schlueter, Deloris Heitmann, Luetta Wenske, Valarie Bard, Pastor Breen Sipes, Adalene Schlueter, Susan Tietjen, (front row) Norma Hoops, Marcella Kniep, Leora Kniep. Camera lady, Myra Schardt. Not pictured are Henrietta Grauerholz, Ruby Eggers, Loretta Schardt, Stacey Schardt, Debbie Gaub, Arlene Bohling, Linda Ivers, Lynnis Eitzmann. The purpose of a quilt is to provide warmth, an essential need for people in every climate, and LWR tries to ensure top standards in fabric and filler accordingly. In addition to being a cozy clean new bed cover, it can be: a baby carrier, tied around a mother's back, a market display, spread on the ground and piled with vegetables, a sack for transporting those goods to market, a sunshade, a shawl; and most importantly, a constant reminder that someone, far away, cares a great deal. This year the ladies made 86 quilts which they will be tracking as they reach those in need all around the world. cards with Dick and Pat. Friday evening, Phyllis Schmitt at- tended the fish fry in Hebron at the Catholic church. Sunday afternoon, she attended the movie, "Black and White," in Hebron. Peggy Glass was in Hastings on Saturday and visited family, her son, daughter and grandchildren Donna Gillan joined other women for lunch in Superior on Sunday. A potluck dinner was held after church on Sunday at the First Commu- nity Church. Davenport Senior Center Menu March 9 to March 13 Monday: Sweet 'n sour chicken, white rice, broccoli tore[s, pears. Tuesday: Ham slice, sweet pota- toes, green beans with bacon, ice cream. Wednesday: Hamburger vegetable Donna were in Lincoln and had supper soup, assorted dinner rolls, cheese stick, with Jessica, Sam and Drew. Danish petite. DickLowery andPat Brusseau were Thursday: Salisbury steak, mashed in Grand Island shopping on Thurs- potatoes, peas, tapioca pudding with day. Saturday nighL ~ey Wentout for= i~cherry ~. , supper in l~uskin. -Sunday. evening~: ~ Friday: 'Pollock wedge, macaroni Dean Blain and Cloma Corman played salad, calico beans, plums. Featuring dJTERRA Essential Oils how you can use oils to live healthier OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Learn essential Tuesday, March 10, 7 p.m. Behrends Family Chiropractic " Dr Leslie Behrends 'Nq~ Located on KS Hwy 14, just south of Superior, Neb. on the stateline and in the office of Dr. Lance Teachworth Sandy Tietjen, LMT will be present to discuss her doula Call (785) 875-3010 for informationj and massage therapy services Some of the 86 quilts hand crafted by members of the St Paul and St. Peter's Lutheran Women's Relief Organization, Byron, are displayed on the pews at the church. The quilts will be distributed to countries around the world. i L, ....... Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 Beginning Sewing- Beginning Quilting ..... Needlework ...... Call Karen Christiancy for info c--J 402-879-3316 402-879-3303" ) After 6 pm 9 am - 5:30 pm 10,15 ps a March 12 5-8 p.m. Living Faith Fellowship Church 307 N. Central Ave. (Youth building) Free will offering " (Checks should be written out to Jeff Kimberly) 1" 90th Card Shower = You are invited to join us for I t zrtnaay Bess R,; ve's Elvin "Elvie" Steier for celebrates his , Pastor of 100th Birthday Celebration 90th Birthdayon Superior Chur&h of the Nazarene Saturday, [arch 7,2-4 p.m. / 1 Wednesday, March 4 "-- Supplemental funding provided by Nelson I I 1 His family is requesting Thriven[ Financial Mid-SouthNebraska Chapter . Community Center I acardshower Nelson, Neb. . I Please send to Elvin Steier " , YurpresencewilIbeyurgifttherd E- POBox602, Henderson, NE68371__o11o U s ; N S -- You are invited ... to the Community Wide Aunt Flossie's Cupboard Garage Sales , PRIN G OP [ tO USI Frld my," March 6 Door Prtzes .t Superior, Neb. Saturday, April 25 Food Tasting/ Clean you closets/Clean your basemen# 2 p.m. at the Museum Nuckolls County Museum Church 612 East 6th Street, Superior, Nob. Entertainment by Howard Reed Refreshment following in the Pioneer Hall Hope you can join us ~t~0-15 Saturday, March 7 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Specials/ Come get Springerized! Find us on Facebook! 324 North Central, Superior, Neb. Ph. 402-879-5640 10.15 I Clean your garage/You sell at the location best for you./ Here's How To Participate: Register with The Superior Express or The Jewell County Friday, April 17. Record by noon $6 fee and receive of sale the participating you'll printed advertising your week of the sale and a poster mounted on a stake for placement in your front yard. When registering, please submit in 40 words or less of your sale along with a description of the items the location and time