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% {, L L c b ,I L 2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 1,2010 I III I I Happenin,00s ii i i luu i.unu ilil Bonnie Langer and Phyllis Purcell went to Vesper, Kan.. and visited with their sister, Dorris Nelson. In the after- noon, they attended the funeral of a family friend, Margaret Ripple. in Syl- van Grove. Kan. The story on page IB of tlais issue which reports on the auction of the Eugene Wood Estate land failed to list the price paid for Tract 2. Matt Bargen paid $1,225 per acre for the 238 acre farm with 43 acres of cropland. 58 acres of pasture and the balance in pasture. Hershberger in cast of comedy at NWU Nebraska Wesleyan University&apos;s theatre students will perform the com- edy, "Hay Fever," April 8-11 and 15- 18 at the McDonald Theatre. located on 5 ! st Street and Huntington Avenue in Lincoln. Among the cast is Jenny Hershberger, a graduate of Superior High School. Set between the two world wars, the story unfolds as four guests visit an unconventional family' s home and find themselves reaching for the door. The mother who is a retired tage actress, the father who egocentric novel- ist, and their two peculiar children are somewhat of a wonder 'to the more conventional guests, a diplomat, a re- served flapper, a boxer anda sophisti- cate. As these guests enter the home of the eccentric family, they are quick to learn the family often has difficulty distinguishing reality from their enter- tainment-based lives. Too many sailors drive the boat up the mountain. Ilill I I II i II Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wester. Beatrice. and Merna Lee Wester were last weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullen, Cheyenne, Okla. Enroute home, they visited with Loucille Sto- ver of Hilltop Lodge in Beloit. Prime Rib Dinner This week. when superior junior and senior high students pre-enrolled for the 2010-1 I school year. Marten VanWesten. the newly hired K-12 music teacher, was in Superior to meet students. I School Menus Superior Elementary. School Lunch Menu April 5 through April 9 Monday: No school. Tuesday: Chicken & noodles. mashed potatoes, pineapple and roll. Wednesday: Cheeseburger maca- roni, mixed vegetables, applesauce and oatmeal cake. Thursday: Nachos with meat sauce. green beans. I/2 orange and blonde brownie. Friday: Pepperoni pizza, peas, grapes and rice krispie bar. Superior High School Lunch Menu April 5 through April 9 Monday: No school. Tuesday: Chicken & noodlesor beef & noodles, mashed potatoes and roll Wednesday: Mandarin chicken or BBQ pork with bun. rice and oatmeal cake. Thursday: Nachos with meat sauce or hamburger, green beans and blonde brownie. Friday: Pizza or turkey & cheese with bun. peas and rice krispie bar. i Special! Friday, April 2 From 6 p,m. - 'til we run out! DAVE'S 243 Central Avenue, Superior, Neb. 68978 * 402-879-9905 ii i i ~ Supper Special -- :00:Saturday,: April, 3 6-9 p.m. Homemade Chicken Fried Steak or 8-oz. Rib Et/e Steak Calendar of Events Tuesday, April 6 Four Seasons Tree Association will meet at the Superior Library at 7 p.m. Superior High School seniors, parents and other chaperones met with senators Mike Johanns (above) and Ben Nelson during the American government class's annual week-long trip to Washington, D.C. In addition to providing an update on current issues in Congress, Sen. Johanns took questions from the students and reminded them of the importance of becoming involved in their communities at a young age. About 36 took the trip this year. Pictured (left to right) are Shelley Utecht, Jim Utecht, Dannyel Imler, Sam Price, John Price Jr., Sherry Gebers, Ashlee Johnson, Luke Kramp, Taylor Norsworthy, Kendra Holcomb, Dave Gebers, Sidney Meyer. Ross Utecht, Reed Hefts, Jared Hass, Aaron Leibel, Sen. Johanns, Christian Freeman, Kara Peterson, Stacia Gebers. Mercedes McClure, Austin Peele, Allison Kintigh, Laura Teachworth, Lacey Ward, Brock Christensen Stacey Farris, Chris Carter, Austin Shipman, Karen Peterson, Ged Leibel, Linda Simonsen, Brock Melton, Rebecca Kramp, Rhonda Freeman, Jeanine Kintigh and Alyson Ahrens. N o r a By Helen Gebers Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia were in Washington. D.C., Thursday to Sunday with the Superior High School government class. The 3 toured many government buildings while there. Mary Ann and Julie Meyer attended the tish fl'y at Nelson City Attditorium Friday evening, sponsored by Sacred Heart Catholic CYO and Altar Soci- ety Saturday evening Mary Alan and Julie Me 3 er attended the Lawrence- Nelson High School Dinner Theatre. Sunday dinner guests of Mary Ann Meyer were Marlin and Loft Meyer. Lyle and Cindy Meyer and Julie Meyer, Edna Epley was in Lincolnl Neb.. Thursday, Friday and Saturday visit- ing her family. A family dinner was held az tile coumr 3 barn of Lee and Judy Vieselmeyer near Lincoln Satur- day to honor Edna on her birthday. Edd and Ruth attended the dinner and brought Edna heine Saturday after- noon. Virginia Lewis attended Hi-Low Pinochle Club at the home of Willa Report crimes without fear of retributionfl/ CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-422-1494 Sorensen Thursday afternoon. Among those attending tile Palm Sunday concert 'Sovereign Lord" were Irvin and Murlene Schleufer. Edna Epley, Helen Gebers. Diane Gebers, Marvin and Virginia Lewis. Melba L 3 nch and Pat Jones. Irvin sang with the group. Last Tuesday evening Mary Ann Me,er. Edna Epley, Tim Stutzman. Becki Hansen and Taylor and Don and Helen Gebers attended the Lenten sup- per and service at Salem Lutheran Church. Melba Lynch and Pat Jones attended the 80th birthday party honoring Darlene Hale at the In)me of her daugh- ter. Claudia Hanson, near Superior Sat- urday afternoon. Wednesday evening Mary Ann and Julie Meyer took Edna Epley to the Ruskin care to celebrate her birthday wlaich was that day. Monday morning coffee guests of Edna Epley to celebrate her birthday were Pat Jones. Melba Lynch and Clarence and Wauhnetta Gebers. Sue Williams visited Tuesday and Thursday with her parents. Art and Pat Sound 3 . Saturday Roger and Sue helped move her parents to Crane Meadows Assisted Living in Grand Island Cow-calf seminar focus on wet distillers grain South Central Nebraska cattle pro- ducels faced a shortage ol feed this ) Cal because of the type of winter we had. As a result many cattlemen, espe- cially cow-calf producers are exploi- ing alternatives to traditional feeds Several have looked al wel distillers gtain with solublcs (WDGS) as a pos- sibility, but there are a lot (ff queslions towards that end. The Blue Hill Community Center will be the site of a sentillar that may help answer those questions. The sctm- nar is entitled "'Wet Distillers Grain for the Cow/Calt Operation." The meel- ing will be held Im Tucsda 5 starting Easter Buffet Sunday, April 4 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. Fried chicken, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, q, coffee or corn, yams, salads and des, el ts. tea with registrations, refreshments and introduction al 1l:30 a.m. and wil <,o to approximately 1:30 p.m. There will be a noon meal provided for all attend- ees by Performance Plus Liquids of Pahner. Neb. Because of the meal. pre-registra- tion is requested. Anyone that is plaza- ning on attending should contact the UNL Extension office in Red Cloud to insure a seat. materials Ltnd at meal. There will be three l)atured speak- ers at the meeting inchlding Case3 Macken who will speak on nutrition and rations using WDGS: Lance Menker who will provide reformation on minerals and supplcmertiation: and T.J. Martin who will ,,hare with pro- ducers on WDGS pric,.ng alqd st)uscos el: product. Births Jeff and Lindsay Druba, Lincolll. Neb.. are tile parents of a daughter born Feb. 24 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Lin- coln. Kasey Nichole weighted 7 pounds 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. She was welcomed N homeb) twobroth- i ..... " < : erg, JT and Lane Grandparents Roger and Carolyn :.:; ! Druba. and Carol ................ ::: Zimmerulan a 11 t.i the late '['onl Zilnn-ierutan, Palls Oil) Dehbic and Patti Mcndez. Hiawatha Great-grand- parents are Elmer and Helen Druba_ Glen Ercrichs ;.uld the late Robert Jensby and Doroth3 Jensby Frerichs. Superior. Lou Ann Carr aud the late Jack Cam Springview. and Bob. and Mal'g are/Zimlnerman. Falls City. Katelyn Elizabeth Everhart wa:, born March 19 weighine 7 m)unds 1.9 ounces. She was 21 inches long. She is the daughcr of Terry and Kelly 7! Everhart. Grand- .:#:::,:7:; parents areMichael and Claudia Dunn and Allan and Rita Everllail A brothei'.T3 let : <: Everhart. welcomed her horne You are invited to an Open ,House i7 celebration of ii: Lewis Duensing's Birthday Saturday, April 10 2 to 4 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall ,Byron. Neb. II Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz -Coffee guests of Muriel Follmer were Uyvonne Kneilans and Mrs. Darrell Jensen. Last Tuesday Uyvonne and Muriel went to Aurora, Neb., with other members of the Red Hat group, had dinner at a Chinese cafe and tom'ed Aurora. Uyvonne and Muriel went to Hastings last Wednesday with their sister. Kathy Follmer and her mother. Betty Adamson. attended the fish fry at the Nelson Auditorium Friday. Markandrew Vim Guntcn. Andrew and Faith visited Donna and John Jensen Friday evening. Donna baby sat with the chi Idren last Tnesda). Last Wednesday she was a col l\\;e guest of lvalee Jacobitz. Dustin and Nicole Cassell and girls were last Tuesday supper guests i)l" peec, v,a and Don Cassell. l)on. Peggy and Drew. who was home on spring break, visited Ron and LaVe/a Porter Thnrsday. Peggy and Don attended the dinner theatre at the high school Satul'- day evening. Evan and Emily Jacobitz were Wednesday evening guests of their Grandma. Ivalec. lvalee helped with " the fish fly Friday afternoon Saturday lnorning. Ivalee called on Terrc Jacobiiz and later called on Virginia Willett. Clara Mac Ch ambers. ShMey Jorgensen, Agnes Drudik. Emy Mor- gan. and Loretta Feistner al lhc Supe- rior Good Samaritan Home. Mike Follmer and Autumn of Grand "Island came Sunday to visit Mike's mother, attend church and the dinner al the Neslon Legton Club. Adam and Stacey Eichnmn spent the weekend with I'anailx arid (lalv and Bcrnita Ostdiek. LiD and Joc Mertcns and Edna Epley visited Uyvonne Knchaus after the Legion dinner Sunday, and all at- tended the cantala at the audiiorium. Elsie and Eldrick Grunnnert at- tended tile fish fry dinner Friday, the Legion dinner Sunday, the cantata, and visited Shirley Uhrlnacher m the evenine. Eldrick and Elsie took a bus tour tlu'ough Friday to Wichita and surrounding areas. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kalvod-t. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bueschcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schicrme) er. and Ron and LaVeia Por- ter had diuncti<t tile coffee shop Thurs- day and later phtyed bridge al the Por- ter lomc. LaVeta and Ron attended tile fish fry Friday Saturday, they were in Hastings to auend the play-'Anything Goes." Sarah Porter had a part in it al the Adams Central School. LaVeta at- tended the cantata Sunda 3 . Bailey and Haley Williams were Thursday dinner guests of, Maxilm and Lawrence Williams, Hale) was a Sat- urday dinner guest. Ivalee Jacl)bitz attended ItlC dinner servedwith Baked Potatoand Salad Bar at the Leeion club Sunclay and at- was all tltcrnotin visitor. This news1e on the -------ome and join us for a Hardy, Neb. "'" inter2eta["" k0" ...... p ............. G   Fundraiser proceeds '"'-1'-- auskin, Neb.  -.-__  Drawings for prizes ,I'1''I'  will go toward .... I for skaters held II1" >.ql rink repairs. G nnud <,OEaster x..t allnightlong, /'--/  XrO Getyour-pledge CREST THEATRE &VIDEO Otk  = .    ca//Sheet todaY,v, ck/wagner Available at nnk or N00.ggstrauaganza ,o00a, Fri Ap 000V, s " Frda Saturda &Sunda Friday and Saturday" 5tol0pm r i : F"I- ilal day, ril 9 ,o,,,,o,ooo,,,s "!= ' ' L asndndS;tyUdy;5p " ' .3 ?ears {o 6111 9retie Simic Skating Rink ,?  rd4a?7t30S ;?d?y Friday .tmo 10 p.m. i)o"" Shutter Island Running time: 2 hour 18 minutes Two U.S. marshals. Teddy DanJels and Chuck Aule. are summoned to a remote" and barren island off the coast of Massachusetts to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a murderess from the island's fortress-like qosoital for the criminaiiy insane. Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo Ben Kingsley r Tooth Fairy Running time:l hour 42 min "The Tooth Fairy", also known as Derek Thompson, is a hard-charging hockey player whose nickname comes from his habit of separating opposing players from their bicuspids. When Derek discourages a youngster's dreams, he is sentenced to one week of hard labor as a real tooth fairy, complete with the requisite tutu, wings and magic wand. Starring Dwayne Johnson and Ashley dud I II Easter Gr0000erings "Featuring Born Again Bunny!" ,.g00ura00, (april I 0:.000 a.m. (Immediately following the Lions Club hunt) Lincoln Park, Superior A bag will be provided at registration. Sponsored by Living Faith Fellowship Church. For more information, call 402-879-3814 LOVEwELL MARINA GRILL Join us this special weekend Saturday, April 3:5-8 p.m. & Sunday, April 4:Noon-3 p.m. Our Specials: Applewood Smoked BabybacK Ribs or 1/2 Chicken Served with Garfs Baked Beans and your choice of Salad, Potato, Broccoli or Coleslaw And an Icecream Bar or Sandwich for dessert or join us for breakfast! Open everyday 7 a.m.-7 p.m. (Grill closed 2-5 p.m Monday-Thursday) LOVEwELL MS00RINA Call forCateringand Carryout order & GRILL 785-753-4351 .... ] m N Thursday, Apri DJ Kenny Music and Karaoke 5@ OFF all drinks FRE E pool and snacks / Superior VFW Club 118 S. Central Supenor, Neb. (Food  "ovlaea ollenKc Farms nc and Ideal Market 518 E. Fourth, Supertor Porkburgers & the fixin's 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Skate-a-Thon 7 p.m. - Midnight EASTER EGG HUNT Saturday, April 3 0 t0 a.m. Sharp! Lincoln Park.Superior (West Superior Park) Children 1-year-old through 4th grade Sponsored by the Superior Lions Club Serving: Fried chicken every Sunday - Other meats Vegetable - Potatoes - Salad Bar Dessert - Coffee or 7fea 50 Adult .................... '(Includes tax) Adult ( Sr. citizen) ......  (Includes tax) Child ................... '40nclues x) Family gatherings are welcome! (Call ahead for reservations) Superior Elks Lodge 230 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3111