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Tuma, Johnson Couple plans April wedding ceremony Kelsey Johnson and Gary Tuma, Jr., have announced their plans for an April 22 wedding. Keisey is the daugh- ter of Ann Johnson of Superior and the late Tom (T.J.) Johnson. Gary is the son of Gary and Darla Tuma of Ord. They will be married at the First Presbyterian Church in Superior and plan to make their home in Keamey. Be sure to check this newspaper's web pages at superiome.com for pic- tures and stories not published in the printed edition. The coming of the railroad was viewed as a necessity by town founders in the late 19th century. With a railroad connection, residents could travel to any comer of the nation and local prod- ucts were available to a world-wide marketplace. One area of rail travel which left a bit to be desired was speed. The first train schedule on the Burlington and Missouri River Rail Road, the first to serve Superior, and the predecessor of today's BNSF, took effect on Sunday, July 24, 1881. Trains arriving and departing Superior opened up connections to the east and west coasts. The trip to reach the connecting points was a leisurely one. A train departing Superior for the trip to Hardy, a distance of eight miles was accom- plished in 50 minutes. The trip from Red Cloud to Superior, a 24.3 mile journey required two hours and 30 minutes. To travel from Superior to Guide Rock, 13.7 miles would con- sume an hour and five minutes of one's time. Should Wymore be your destina- tion, one would need to allot seven hours and twenty minutes for the 83.1 mile ride. The train made stops at seven station between Superior and Wymore as these were not express trains mak- ing limited stops. The trains were a dependable means of transportation for area residents but speed was not the main selling poim. The railroad opened up the world of commerce as it allowed the influx and outflow of products to improve the quality of life for a growing state. The Burlington and Missouri River was the first of four railroads which would serve Superior. The Chicago and Northwestern, the Missouri Pa- cific and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe would serve the city at later dates. The Rock Island Rail Road reached Ruskin and Nelson while Se- dan was served by the St. Joseph and Grand Island, later leased by the Union Pacific Railroad. Spirit world 'debunked' Sad news for the 40 percent of Americans who believe in ghosts: they don't exist, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. According to Professor Brian Edward Fox, he was able to debunk the notion that there' s a spirit world out there using the world' s largest and most powerful particle ac- celerator. The accelerator is located at the headquarters of the highly regarded European Council for Nuclear Re- search founded in 1954 and located near Geneva on the Swiss-French bor- der. Thursday, March 9, 2017 THE SUPERIOR EXPBESS3A " The Nebraska Wednesday Group meets January through March Last Sheridan, Mich.; BevBridwell Grunkemeyer, Cheyenne, Wyo.; I'aui'aGundiff, week, they played golf at Sunland Springs Village in Mesa, Ariz., and later in Clay Center; Marilyn Langemeier, Billings, Mont.; Betty Ebsen, Bostwick; the afternoon met at a restaurant to socialize. Subjects discussed were how Norma Langemeier, Schuyler; Marlys Jensen, Superior Dottie Svendsen, nice the weather is here compared to back in Nebraska; how lucky we are to Lincoln; Donna Jensen, Cadams; Carol Yost, Clay Center; Linda Nelson, be here to golf; the new recruits and coaches for the Husker football team; Superior; and Trudy Jensen, Wichita. In the top photo are the men of the group h health of people in our group; visitors with us this week and those who are (from left): Bill Piper, Sheridan, Mich.; Gary Grunkemeyer, Cheyenr~e~ Wyo.; leaving for home. Guests were Bob and Carol Taylor, classmates of Marilyn Will Jensen, Wichita; Ed Svendsen, Lincoln; George Jensen,i Superior; Bob Langemeier in Wahoo. Another boring day in the desert, temperature in the Taylor, Omaha; Rollie Langemeier(partially hidden), Schuyler; Darrell Jensen, low 70s, full sun, no clouds and no wind. In the bottom photo are the women Cadams; Larry Cundiff, ClayCenter; Eulin Ebsen, Bostwick; Leer1Langemeier, of the group (from left): Carol Taylor, Omaha; Dee Ann Gharring Piper, Billings, Mont.; Roger Nelson, Superior; and Steve Yost, Clay Center .... ....... Davenport Senior Area H.S. students ' ' J : .... Center Menu compete at A CTmNS : Day at CCC-Hastings kraM?nMmdarYs~he/3~ts~hatMoeSaas,:S:batrg~eaUers s~hA~NrS70~;wdt~effdtS~~26ahtiegihn S~lPaBrrt r ~:k~l~! '~v~Seeh~S;s MarLl~hy~la~Sh 17 ~ ~ " i if:: and bananas. _ y y entral ' ' .- . i. ~- : ?3 I T,t=~dav. Rna~t l~=f ma~hJ=rl ncWa Community College-Hastings Monday: Wafflesor cereal,juice or Monday: Pig in a blanket or ham ~:C [] toes" an',~'~rav~'"~"~ -""~a','~,'~"-"t~"h~"~ ACTIONS, which stands for "Aca- fruit, and cheese sandw,ch, om6n~ rings: i -~; [] and nudd~ino a' r .................. demic Competition That Inspires Our Tuesday: Breakfast cookie or ce- Tuesday: Breaded beef or baked ~i~ [] ;,~--,-- ~- ........... Nation'sScholars,"willfeature40test real juice or fruit, steak au gratin potatoes roll. - -;i~ -= weunesuay: ,-n,cKen, scauopeu . - ' ' . . ' ~;~ .................... t.toa=e t.nrn hraacl and h...... ia mg areas, from agriculture to world Wednesday: Late start. No break- Wednesday: Chicken nuggets Or .:-, w,nner of me ,eaoy tJear Jea at the uooo ~amarimn tiociety, ~uperior, neld eanier this month were (from left) v-,,~,; .... 7"'""2"T-':7 "7"7";"" histo,-~ Each --,*;,-; ....... m ,or.,..,fast burrito corn nuddiw'" " :~ Kaleb Drake, Elijah Quirino, Canon Corman and Bryn Flavin. They are all Superior elementary first grade students _ _ lnu.rsuay: Meat cans, naKee,,P0O- least'(wo exam~" ..... r, ............. ;i'hursdav" Scrambled e~s or ce- Thu'rsdav~ XSna~heiti or PB & J :~'~ and are pictured with their Teddy Bears. (See related article for the stories they wrote about their Teddy Bears. ta[~ .m~xea veggles,,Dreaa ann Jen-u. The event'~in r,,,,;,, ~, O .an o ... real iuice or'fruit "~'~ oreen bean~,:'.'oar'iic=bread ' ~ i==:~=~=~ l~rluay: t.omeo ~er, rrleo pota- -, ,.,.~,. ,~ o..,v a.m. ;Z~., .. ". ,- .- , ~ - '-'~ , 7 , , -. Superior Good l[ ~ toes, broccoli salad, peaches and conclude with an awards presenta_ ,uicVer~aY:ui:.ogurt parian or cerea,, ~rMay: P!zza or oeer and cneese _ . ~ ~ ' ~ __.__. .oo _ . tion at 2 p.m. Trophies will be awarded J santlw~cn, m~xeu eggtes. Smrnantan Center Jl~il~l wm compete m ineachareaforfirstthroughfifthplace. ' ~ : ....... -- National Geo, ,-hv Participating schools will beAdams nests reaoy uear lea ...... .Iv Central Alma, Blue Hill, Bruning I/ Superior Good Samaritan Center ]Bl~e at state level ?ave~Pu~t' Choarcmber~erDniphan- 1( ~~ ...... /I hosted ,their annual Teddy Bear Tea. : AJ:.Leibel,hasscoredhighenough ,,:,,. L' ,, _ ~,, , Exeter .... Severhfcl~ii~renbrc~ught Teddybears in the National Geography Bee written wnmgan, vranKfin, ~JioDon,~t-tarvaru, I[~'-.. \i " ~}] , andwr0"t~'someoftheirthoughtsabout ~~~ testtoqualifyforthestatecompetition, Kenesaw, Lawrence-Nelson, Loomis, I1 ~ o~u to everyone wno attenaeo ana II : their toy bears. ~ ~~ March 31 at the University of Ne- McCoolJunction, MeridianinDaykin, |[ or contributed to the II My bears name is Bubbles. He braska-Omaha ' Red Cloud, Sandy Creek, Shelton, II ,..__L., __ ~_.._,. ~,,_,,.__ ~___:,_. II makes me feel happy because my ~111~~~ AJ will l~ one of l00 other Ne- Sh ck)ey, Silver Lake, St. Cecilia, Su. II oeH:x txu[olu :r w e tunxduu y II : brotherElliott gave me it. She is white braska'fourth through eighth graders P "o, Sutton, Thayer Central and II on Saturday. March 4. t| and her nose is black. Her eyes are red tocomnete The win~ei" of this com- WoodRiver. II , - II and black. 1 know my teddy bear is ...... .. '-- -" ~appy Bbe~ab~se SslheehaSobnltl~kl~psa?da ~ng~inil, g.~.~.Jt.stt~esfinall~Je3 He who is truthful may be the en- I v .... :~ ...... ?t.me~uP~~.~.untT..~iuD~ ...... ~=:~i !'~ I i , , " "." P Y. ~~ .......... and Robert Leibel, Superior. emy of many. ~k,. , o., ~.peu,, .,~uer, .pemc,.,~.. "-/i i oea wim my omer tedde bears. What t r----~, ,~r---~ : : like to do with her is cuddleing with i~[ ..... ~t===~ ~ her. She is Special to me is because she ...... Ir "'7 . :: isfluffy, l love Bubbles. ByrnIr ; , / llldll IUU -- | My teddy bears name is Butter- | [~ II ~ :C' ; ~I . !~= e%ahsaBU terrtSCont.?'So mft,'L kefhrio Bryler Fullerton is pictured with his great.grandmother Margaret $imonsen I Words are not adequate to express our gratitude to the ! h,ao, CW{';r,,=,-,,~,,g~,n,;~, ~4.,r,o.. at the Teddy Bear Tea held earlier this month at The Good Samaritan Soeiet~ I fire departments, law enforcement officers and farmers 1 ; s lee~s o n' 'my bed' ' i~I"l~ke to';la'y~t ru~'s " -"' I who responded tothecall for assistance Monday afternoon I A E XP ;es s ttheUs:= .m:t ad t tha with my beat He ~s specml because he as a w " ". "" ' I . A. [ I as ildfire raged in our neighborhood H II th ebirthday cards and | keeps me safe when I have bad dreams " " :~'~ l love m " "J .... ;" [ t;r lt;t t=n and rl: n =iuveeH I [Wtthout their assistance our farm would have been II ery much:: I y ~eeuy oear. t~aleo , . :.,;- M tedd severel damn ed and the farmstead destro ed Verna Klrchhoff .- y y bear name Jack. hisfuris I _ .= i. --J-- [ ] se y g Y li VernaKirchhoff k red. He looks happy. He looks cute. I II PldPl lV_ miam ml _ll I i[] I 110.17 /m i nnngU nnMi Vi I V This is Mrs. Brase Teddy bear. She [ i Jim and Hozvard Miller and families l il " ceps it in her claswom. Mrs. Brase dog I Serving from 5:30 p.m.'til _(:lone I ' "' ............... :;#; play w,th her teddy bear. Mrs. Brase,s I " - . - I I spelsonl two me becu she latind me I =.V I'I IPla _ IRI IAninn i i i .... n i I I ':~' ~ $ F ~IliVIIVHII bV~IVII ' -~ .~.~, borrow her teddy bear. I love my teddy I .... I II \ '/'hart Vo. HI . 14al. lAla. o,t I . L ....... [ ..... t~" ~.U''.j , ssiatedavSAZ II \ ~ IIk~l~llkl> ~L~.Jlki~ In I "~h,'r,.L,-- ' J~.at.~l~l=r VVFIFI,'L.-IVF aM..JF I .,, oear JaCr.. ~nnjanN k~ d 7," I I' \ u N N Z.':'9 m '% _ N - My teddy bear name is softe. Heis I ~.~w':" I I ..... .... ,-.-.L II qS ' Youth, aoes4-13 needed I ;; very very soft He sheds his fuzz a lot I XL. EVERYONE WELCOME I i waltt tu tltclltl ., till WllU dttellUeU lily YU[II i I O " I -;: . . ~, ~ " ~ Y V to hel build the H,s ie.est a,e very ver! soft H,s who!e United Methodist Punda School Pro ram.. - body lsalmostcuvdllllltbronw His I aM nueam m. eunna II 11 Y , I nosnsdorkbronw. H seyesareblak. I I HillNelaUHil IIIIII liliI ll i I I I xt ot :tatta tuxt : l- ux ta ywoy, lal~Ut._~ltcllltly / I . ! have no idea where l got him. Helivs I W~=etRth_qfr=a=t .... i,,, m.h,oo o I I rnr rorlatozllth , r,q II Qualifications needed are i under my brotherz bed I be not Ilk to '" .............. " ....v ............... . .... i==* .... :: . . . I , I I II curloslty, enthusmsm, and the abd tv to have fun i play wim my Dear. My Dear is not " I~ altu evely oI1t~ oI you. ,I I .... _ _ ' ;.,: special to me tbr any reason. Imainly ~--~_. -~___-~ .......... ~ II III Sunday mormngsfrom 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. I : brougM softe because I had to. ~ it is true... II,0a7 ................. I I ! . " i "" Canon I -- ff- 1 -- -- -- d] I Apply any Sunday moming at the i 'i I I I. wl I m a ,,,ill h-- r%l I ".l I I Superior United Methodist Church I : I CREST THEATRE I m .................. vv U---- II 448N Kansas Su erior Neb I ": I cresttheatre.org I I ...... ,/ OTIv,, url(] up rl nuUSe I I, , P , :.: ,I.!ii [ Superior, Neb..402-879.3819 I k3D Selv him celebrate I ,.,,,o.. I I WhenYth;khinYwfl;d::edi n;U/t;Tr:lifte e: ewSiUtretheyhave IIi ......I Friday, Saturday & Sunday I ' ; Sunda y, March 19 .I 1,0,7 g "h it.,, i. I March10,11&12 . 7:30 p.m. I I 2:30p.m I I ....... ,. l , ii I A Dog's I ----- u,-,-.,, nuu:,,-. , . I. _ ., " II ,BenefitforSteve Oombierer I :.:i: I Put-use I Saturday, March 11 2 p.m.-- 4 p.m. I t:veryoody welcome/ I I ' . I :i $ ., , Sunda , March 26 , I 1hr. 40 mins, I Superior Count4 Club " 740 E. 7th/Street, Superior, Neb. lO,711 ..... I :" : :~: ..... ~" " 1 1 :UU a.m. to 1 :JU .m. :': : : I" [ Coming March 17-19 I Send ards to: ......... ..... U , " ' P I "'" i Wick Chapter 21 E9,,8 ~ ~ I I ,.._.._.,_,,__ _, I Thayercounty i / .... I " " I rVUllUiatlOl Ul r,eeuom _ I I Actlvlty Center I I ..... IMeal: Hamburgerorhotdog : I Thts event wtll include a I I I baked beans, chips anddessert .... I I t:)egining March 8 * 7-8.'30 p.m. I I Silent Auction until 1:15p.,n. I I I I . Donations toward the Silent I I Do , una~r~tandour Founding Fathers vision for America Today? II Monetary donations canbe Auction we]come I i Everone in the community is invited to come and rediscover our I I made in care of:.j . These can be dropped off at I i I assion and wisdom I I Midwest Bank, Deshler, Neb. the Activity Center before I i [ UIP'Cu '6ard'