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2A" THE SUPERIOR. EXPRESS Thursday, March 10, 2016. ~ ,, Ar: Ha ')er!zi g Me gram ea . Monday: Salmon patties, hash iTh6 ~foui-th annual Thayer County The City of Beloitand the Kansas brown casserole, broccoli, pea salad, fruit cocktail. A l~almli~ Basketball Tournament was DepartmentofTransportation are join- Tuesday: Ham and beans, tossed herd at Deshler, Feb. 27 and 28. Eleven ing together on apmject to widen High- salad, tropical fruit, combread. Wednesday: Roast turkey n stuff- ing, mash potatoes with gravy, green Thursday: Grilled hamburger, po- ~ .-i~[~i~ Friday: Ital,ian vegetable soup, pi- mento cheese n cracker, carrot salad, yogurt fruit cup, cookie. Annual Chamber of Commerce meetin The annual meeting of the Superior Chamber of Commerce was held Mon- day evening. As part of the entertain- ment, Superior Trivia was played. The about 30 years ago by the youth fel- lowship students at the First Presbyte- i~I ~ andC°pies occasionally surface at garageestate sales. A few of the questions included in. the game but not necessarily asked Monday night include: ~]i,~ iliiil~ Who was the superintendent of the ~ ~ school year? (Dr. Raymond Cox) teams ap~t?80 players competed at theevent.i charge for publishing the pictures'i ~ :? ~ ~v,~. = ='v~'~ ,]vl whichCommunity•pOrtionsWay 14 and install curb and gutter Onis Ofstaffedthe highWaYwith two__ withinofficersthe Calen" .... ents Leaguesuperi°r__ -- ~,B°wl t an311 n--sw-- e-reU servbedliandC BtY eB taebttYlesB°UrearYal maa ne._ )oi m .I SaoredHeart Church Hall, Hebron, beans, cranberries, Jell-O with fruit, will hbst the Knights of Columbus Groceries are exempt from sales cake and ice cream. Fish Fry, Friday, from 5 to 7 p.m. tax in Nebraska and 31 other states. Six L .~ eta!us charge areduced rate. Five states -~ U tato salad, three bean beans, pears. i -The Red Cross Bloodmobile will don t have any sales taxes. Kansas is i::~.c ,T i: be in Shickley, Friday, March 18, at among the few states to collect a sales the Shickley Public School from 10 tax on groceries. Though Kansas law-; to 4 p.m. makers have proposed fazing out the : tax, doing so would cost the state about Sylvester Juanes was named chief $350 million in annual revenue at a executive officer of Blue Valley time when the state is struggling to Lutheran Homes in Hebron. fund a multimillion dollar deficit• Shirish and Rashmika Bhakta are Morgan Kroeger was elected last the new operators of the Riverside Thursday into Kappa Beta Delta Inter- nearly forgotten game was developed Motel at Hebron• national Honor Society for high echo- --------- lastic achievement in business. She is a The Sutton Area Chamber of Com- student at Southeast Community Col- merce will host its annual awards and lege, Lincoln, Neb., Her parents are rian Church. Though long out-of-print social event, Saturday, March 19, at Todd and Carnie Kroeger. Grandpar- the Sutton Community Center. ents are Larry and Jan Simpkins and - . ~ Larry Kroeger, all are from Superior, The Belleville Chamber of Com- merce and Main Street will host the April, May and June dates have annual NCK Farm and Home Show, been set for the WlC Clinics held in Friday and Saturday, in the Commer- Nuckolls County by the Community i Superior schools during the 1982-83 cial Building at the NCK Free Fair- Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska. grounds in Belleville. The clinics at the First United Method- How many water towers does Su- |st Church on April 25, May 23 and per|or have? (one) I ",-~1 ,r, ,,~ ,. | June 27, will address nutrition needs of Superior Quiz Bowl Team A were the runners-up at a competition in Hastings on Monday, March 7• Members of the Superior Quiz Bowl teams are (back How many retail gasoline pumps I lne l xpress r'ollcy I women, infants and children. The pro- row, from left) team B: Sedonah Franzen, Evin Miller, Blake Kirchhoff, Nick| Kirchhoff, Trenten Theis and (sponsor) Elaine Miller, team A: (front row) Duncan are there in Superior? (13 retail gaso- Tucker, Riley Butler, Trenton Morris, Adin Leibel and (not pictured) Austin Hawes. | e -- ublish |gram provides a variety of food along line pumps) [ • Th Express will p " [ witheducationalinformationandmoni- Does the Centennial Lutheran I engagement announcements, | tors the health ofprogram participants. Church serve wine or juice at corn- | wedding photographs and ] The program goal is to encourage the air 0 ,andlna$ l 'l l:l munion? (wine) | accompanying information | exclusive breast-feeding of infants. What does FSLIC mean? (Federal [ without cbarge.Weddingpictures | ~ Friday, March 18 Men's leagues Savings & Loan Insurance Corpora- ] stiouldbepublishedsoonafterthe | Republic County officials are won- Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Results- Week 22 of 24 02/22/2016 Peter, age 6, and Reed Newman, purchasedbyRickandJackieAlbertson tion) What was the first post office name | marriage ceremony. Dates willbe | during what it will take to meet the the Nelson City Auditorium from 9 Industrial League Won Lost age 4, have been picking up trash along and they have removed the home and for the community now known as Su, | omitted if more than six weeks | security needs of the county court- a.m. to 3 p.m. C & M Supply 56 32 Pawnee Highway 266 this week while cleaned up the lot. It sure looks nice per|or? (Riverton) | after the wedding. | house. Currently there is a manned __ Double G Cattle 44 40 walking with their mama and little andchangesthelooksofthecornerlotHow wide was the original Central I i AlthoughTheExpressdoesnot |security scanneroutsidethecourtroom Trisha Haves an eighth pride stu Superior Insurance 43.544.5 sister, Faith They still have five miles LoraineEvert Chris S rin er Jacob dentintheSupedorJun~orHighSchooi Glory Bowl 32.543.5 left to do before the grass grows tall. and Noah were weekend gues[s ofBetty Street?( 100 feet) I and stories, they reserve the right | whenever the courthouse is open. A wdl" be comoetin~_ .. in the state geogra- . Season'. High. .scratch game'. Kevin. Give them a hl'gh five' if' you see them Evert. They all had a cafe breakfast on (Kids'What happened OnDay Parade) Sept. 21, 1981?. | to give space preference to couples I third officer is present when court is in phy bee planned for April 1 at the Hlnz 209, Phil Slmonsen 203, Norris for their good work! Saturday and then for lunch a cafe What business is located at 305 | who purchase their wedding | session. Officer Rick Cleveland said U "v rsitev of Nebraska at Omaha Izitzmann 200 High scratch series: Ryan, Amy, Rowan and Remy dinner along with Randy, Non, Carley Central? (According to the game the | invitations, programs and other | the device records thousands of trips ~!~ ~on ~e right to enter the state Kevin Hinz 545, Norris Eitzmann 507, Swartz, Omaha, visited Kent Swartz and Betty. correct answer is Sears although cur- l supplies from The Express. | through each month. The three off|c- contest by first winning the local con- Steve Bargen 502. ~ .......... during the weekend. . Klay Bouray participated in the rentresidents would probably say Main | Annix~ersary pictures are |ere cost the county $70,000 a year. test and then scoring high on a written Kesults- Week zJ ot 23 OZ/Z.~/I 0 Kent and Dillon Bouray traveled to Camp Hawk 2016 disc golf kickoff in Street Floral) I published with a report after the I test. Commercial League Minnesota on Thursday, returning on Newton. He was the last to pay out How many window panes are | observance. Pictures may be |Dusty Zenger, Republic County ~ , Won Lost Friday after a quick trip for machinery with a score of 74 and 74 | included in an invitation display I Highway administrator, told thecounty Walt's Furniture window? (The cor- An automotive re air she has Rays Auto 64 28 harts Br ..... • • I ad near the bottom of the page. I commissioners last week the county ' P ' P Scott TV 62 30 v • , . . yan and tJaroJyn ~lmms joined rect answer was three. We need to opened in the former Rite Way lum- . ....... Marilyn Aurand Rap taooson Me- Jennifer Loring and Nathan Isaacson remember when the game was written | There is a 15-cent per word charge | has more than 600 miles of graveled beryard building west of Belleville. Mid States , do ~ modal Librarian attended the 2016 for an evening meal in Sandia on Fri- Walt's Fumiture had not expanded to | for inclusion in the "You re | roads that need regrading but only 10 ~-b ~-xpressl ou ,~' Summer Library Program Workshop day. [ Invited" column on page 3. | miles are scheduled to be regraded this Reuben Schleifer, a retired Chester Ideal 44 48 held in Great Bend on March 1. The Librarv news" We have somethino the north.) | Informationreceivedinwriting | year. He said it takes four graders a coach and school teacher, observed Season: High scratch game: Dale workshop was titled, "On Your Mark, eggstras~ecialgoin~onattheLibr~,,~, Who had the Chrysler dealership in |by 4 p.m., Monday, is given | week to rebuild one mile of road. his 94th birthday with family mem- Tyler224,VaughnBargen2.14, Brad Get Set ... Read." Last Wednesday she rightnow. Kidsandadults pick an egg 1970?(KeithEiel) | preference for inclusion in that | ~ (Continued to Page 7At | Week's paper. The Express |The Kansas Department of Trine- burs in Omaha. Bouray z ~z. ralgn scratcn series: t~rau completed her APPLE training with a out of the basket open it and check out | reserves, the right to edit and | portation has let a $7.5 million con- ~ Bouray 576, Vaughn Bargen 557, Non web|nat on customer service. Kay that book and you can pick a prize out ..... Former Guide Rockresidents, Bud Fryda 552. Brown was the substitute librarian last of the rize box Kee a | condense all copy submitted. | tract for the resurfacing of 3.7 miles of . • P • P tr ck of how Weather and Donna (Stuck) F~sher, were hen- , .... Tuesday. manv e~,s you crack on ,,our 1,~,, sheet I~0~" " ' ' Highway 81 in the Belleville area. ~d~!iie ~il!iL~eg~! !f i~i~3k~10~20!.i ~~i! By Rick Disney, NOAA Observer Superior Observations ,. ' ....... Precipitation ~ ' . , " Precipitation thisweek .•.•.•,..•, ....... 0 Off,ce will be CLOSED " / • Superior Outdoor PoWer 53 39 ...... ._ . g. ............. ?..,::, 1.88 ........ Koagers was me guest speaker. A col- L~okino for a wa,, to "ut ...... ~-,,'~ Thus far in March ........................... T buperlor ~ow) ,~o~ • 9 = : ~ :,,~,, ~,,u- W r- ~ ....... ,-. ..... .o .= lectmn was taken for the Golden Bell ~et How about do|no away with a few Normal for March ...................... 1.47 " We Sell I uu, u -,u.,u .............. • . = ... - _tln __ dav, March i Weekly High Scratch Games: Cindy g wm o::oo ,.yan subscnptions to magazines. TheRae Average to April l ..................... 2.91 / riUILIUU[ OtUIlliJ~ I I:::lnn~r¢: 202 Susie L0werv 172 Cindy "~"~w='~""~l~'~'u''u'~Y"~'=''rtoosonivmmorm=t.lorarycarriessev- Temperature s ,,...~v.v -- ) '2 ' ] e " ' - h nee ind g g z~ sforcheckout Ifthere~s [ Superior Publishing Co. [ Hewitt 171. High Scratc Se' : C y ............. • High for the week ......................... 80 Low for the week .......................... 31 ann room oecoramo m a ; alm ramcK a ma azme we do not et for staff )r-ininn . 148E. ThirdSt. [ Hewitt 487, Cindy Rogers 477, Susie theme ,g g ,suggestit • " w 436 • and we will look into it. / Superior • 402-879-3291 [ L0 cry . As you look down the street from ,o Sorry for any inconvenience .- ~'-G'OUPON ---------------- ~-- the Rip City lnn it sure has changed in "Better to die ten thousand deaths than Markets , ,r "~ ~'- -':'-- -- ~" ~" -- -" A .=. . ,. ,~ looks. The Evert Fritchley home was wound my honor."Joseph Addison i Mealum lopping uH maKe It a [ Superior Grain Market C ) or Specialty Pizza LARGE for , U__I~,._=__•~ ~ -= -= .- Corn .......................... c....C::P~:;(~'3.w2~'8 I _ I _ IJll='ll i1 1 i cneo_ullng Mild ................................. 3.36 3.29 Owned by Southern Nebraska Arts Council , • Dine in, ..,- JI r -- • - .. Wheat ............................... 4.46 4.24 '1 $1 U carryoutOrdefivery ' p ---- " Y' • nyslcal Appointments so beans .......................... 8.21 7.95 Twin Cinema & Video Center, Superior, 402-879-3819 Call 24 hours for shows and times All Seats$5 Check us out at I ,, v li 6 a m - 6 p m 1 I • Offer odd at Su er,or, Neb location onl [ • L. " " ". " Wednesday, Thursday z Friday, Saturday and Sunday-March 11,,2 and 13 . g P " " Y I II 1311¢'1..¢lJ . Monday - Friday and Friday WINTER HOURS: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7:30 p.m. LLC 1:30-5:30 " ~lZ~ Present coupon to get discount I Weekend )~,k~ ~lil~llll~a~ll~@ Running Time: ~ .,, II B r "- "'-'T Saturday 1637 Idaho, Superior Neb 402-879-3305 appointments •-ll rl l ll lllll= 2hr. admin, ' . J Ga dn¢,, 1,,,1- 10 a.m.-2 p.m. " : Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immure|we and visceral cinematic .- --- ....... COUPON ........ ~ , as needed experience capturing one man's epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power Physical Therapist N ifty-Thrif by' of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary £"I - -- ,. Jake teen tVteme¢iai 402-879-1267 explorer Hugh Glass is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his ~'~,,.~_, ~'~, Shop own hunting team. ".................. )|f Toutnament 117 W Third, Superior, Neb. • .... 426 N. Central--Superior, Neb. Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy ]rl ,It rl,qr Saturday, July 16 2016 2~'~, ~[ ~ Elk Creek Country Club Twin Cinema & Video Center, Super|eL 402-879-3819 Call 24 hours for shows and times All Seats S5 Check us out at Coming March 18 • Risen Nelson, NE YOU are Invited to Coming March 25. Zootepia 10.16 --- - ISSN 0740-0969" ----"- -- Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt ...... ' ......................... 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Published every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: Selected portions of the newspaper aVailable on the web at Postmaster: Send address changes to: The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 • FAX: 402-879-3463 To reserve your -person scramble team, contact: Luke Kleen @402-469-0089 o email: , . )' ....... Limit of 27 teams Superior Serving from 6 - 9 p.m. (or until gone) 112 Order • s7 Full Order • s12 Chef Barry Blackstone Jay's Special Seasoning --~ D.J. Dan 9 p.m. to Midnight No cover charge Open to the public Superior, Neb. Bring your Family and iends( Aunt Flossie's Cupboard . Friday Marcl~ 11~,,loam-sptn ¢-/t//l~L~: ~ '~'J~"~'_ t/t, Cupboard aturday March 12 -,-',loatn-qptn ,=, North Central- g'uperior,Ne. DOOR.l IZEff!~FOOD TAffT'INGt~b"PECI, AL t us o. 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