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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 11, 2002 A" Happening Nel.ono,ubprep..o. rea 2O,h v..,e,,.,o. Vestey ,'fityMlmb:rrSepfrelpeinNgelrnthCrm2rtuh Meals Pro annual show which will be presented at 8 o'clock each evening April 26, 27 Sunday, April DinnerguestsofWayneandAlvina NebraskaWesleyan University has Superior FFA chapter and28.Thethemeforthisyear'sshow potatoes with gravy, BBQ| Headrick were Jim Newell, Byron, Mr. awarded an academic scholarship to and Mrs. Tony Aksamit, Superior, Mr. Kayla Krotzinger, Superior. She re- sponsors recyclJllg i ..... will be "An Evening to Die For." Jell-O salad, creme pies " turedTWalongne-aCtwithcmediesa visit will be fea- Monday, April 15: and Mrs. David Selden, Mr. and Mrs. ceived a Trustee's Scholarship. She TheSuperiorFFAchapterwillspon- -m- .., Jeff Selden, Mr. and Mrs. Darell attended Superior High School and is sorarecyclingcollection Saturday from ". ' ." i. i house Boys. by the Bunk- stroganoff with noodles,I McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle 8 a.m. until noon.  " ....... spiced apple McDaniels all of Burr Oak; and Mr. Krotzinger. The chapter members will accept Highland club meets Tuesday, April 1, and Mrs. Larry Persson and Kathy and mashed potatoes Clara Mahieu. Superior. Corlnan observes newsprint and aluminum cans at the ............. at Williams home beans, cole slaw, ice Dean and Maxine Hall were in To- 9Oth birthday with  high school parking lot. The Highland Club met last Tues- day with Mrs. Lawrence Williams. soup, ham pekaforthestatespellingcontest.Their all her family here Superior library The hostess gave the devotions and cake and strawberries. grandson, Jason Nelson, was a contes- told about her visit to the Plains Pro- Thursday, April rant. He attends school in Mankato and Observance of her 90th birthday testing program Kiwanis Terrific Kids from the Superior North Ward Elementary School dconsistsUCe Greenhouse,of acresMinden'where hydroponicThe project bakedbean salad,potat'fruit and was Jewell County champion, was cause for members of Dorothy Patrons of the Superior Public choosen for the month of March are (back row, from left) Sonya Romorhouser, tomatoes are grown. They visited the Friday, April 19: Corman' s family to be together for the Library's genealogy section are cur- Kiwanis representative, Jacki Bouray, Collie Boyles and Michael Kinyoun, MindenOperaHousealsoandtheGate- casserole, spinach with Scouts honor first time. Dma Williams riorFamilYsaturdaymembersto honorgatheredMrs. Corman.in Supe- cestryrently PlusUtilizingdatabasethe intemetduring baseda free trialAn" pictured(frnt roW)is AlexEthanThayer,vogler.Melissa Guilkey, Luke Kramp and Staeia Gebers. Not way Arch. salad, cherry dessert. A former Superior resdient, Dan Earlier in the week the family began period. Roll call was to tell something spe- Saturday,April20, Williams, son of Rob and Vicki Will- converging on Superior. Those attend- Ancestry Plus offers those doing cial about Easter. Five members were Scrambled eggs iams, Carleton. achieved the rank of ing included a daughter Beverly and genealogical research access to what .present. Discussion was held concern- browns, toast, Eagle Scout in an awards ceremony her husband Jack Hull, Fremont. The the company describes as the largest mg serving lunch at the upcoming held March 24 at the Zion Lutheran Hulls' daughtersLindaProchaska, her. searchable collection ofdata and origi- farm sale of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, School Church, Carleton. son Thomas, and Sheryl Tank. Their nal documents ever available to librar- the shower for Pam Porter and Nina The Thayer Central senior became husbands had to work and were the ies. Included are 450 million indexed Mac Bruce's upcoming 100th birth- a member of Hebron Boy Scout Troop only ones not able to attend, census records from the U.S. Federal day. Lunch was served by the hostess. 305 seven years ago. In 1996 he Another daughter, Marcia, and her Census between the years of1790 and The next meeting will be the Lunch achieved the rank of first class scout, husband, Jim Mellott, Loveland, Colo., 1920. In additionimmigration records, Mother's Day program and guest day April 15 througl followed by star scout four months were joined in Superior by their sons vital, military,court,church and ethnic with Mrs. Don Follmer on May 7. later. That same year he attended the ' and families, Mike, Fort Collins, Colo., records, city directories, the Social Monday: Ben Delatour Higln Adventure Scout and Rick and Charleen Mellott, Carr, Security Death Index, Periodical Baby shower honoll Tuesday: Hard sheilt with cheese, sliced Camp in Red Feather Lakes, Colo. Colo. Source Index, family history libraries, Hayley Dicks Wednesday: In 1999 Williams and other mere- The Rev. Don and Joy Wilson, and the Civil War Pension Index are bers of the troop visited the Laguna Columbus, Neb., and their family, available. A baby shower was held Saturday coli and cheese, 1/2 Station High Adventure Camp on South Russell and Clare (who are planning a The service offers access to more afternoon to honor Hayley Dicks at the Thursday: Padre Island, Texas. move to Kansas City) and Jill, Scott, than one billion names in more than Salem Lutheran Church Fellowship potatoes with gravy, For his Eagle Scout project the 18- Sam and Pete Allred, Olathe. 3,000 databases. Hall. Twenty were present. The host- rolls with margarine. year-old erected a sign in the Carleton From Superior there were Kenneth The study of genealogy is growing esses in charge of the program and park and made a sign for the Carleton and. Judy, Danny and Rebecca and in popularity. With the assistance of decorations were Helen Gebers, Diane carrot sticks, 1/2 apple, cemetery. Dorothy Corman, Lillian Thayer, the Nuckolls County Genealogy Soci- Gebers and Jamie, Sherry.Gebers, Su Restoration project Donn, Carol and Ila Mellott. ety, the library has been assembling a Vema Kirchhoff and Sonia Schmidt. Lunch David, Debbie, Be and Kipp number of alds to help those interested Superior elementary students choosen as February Kiwanis Terrific Kids The program included a piano solo April 15 begins at Bellevtlle Corman came from Ponca City, Okla. in tracing their family history, are (back row, from left) Sonya Romemheuser, Kiwanis representative, Trevor by Abby Schmidt, guessing games of Monday: No Thayer, Ryan Renz, Brittanie Simonsen and Demi Rodriguez, (front row) nursery rhymes and unlabled jars of Tuesday: Hard shdli Fern and Ivan Troudt, Nelson, Kathy Allison Kintigfi, Rebecca Genung, Tanner Miller and Trevor Hoins. baby food. sandwich, salad On the Republic County Museum andStanBrennfoerder, Edgar, Billand grounds at Belleville restoration of a DonnaCorman, DanandPamCorman, H 1 rews Lunch was an assortment of des- Wednesday: Pig-N" log cabin has begun. By next month Kerry and Laurie Corman, Will and ' serts made in the baby colors of pink, breaded beef sticks, the cabin moved to Belleville from Kate, Hardy, Cletus and Jill Corman, blue, yellow and green and nuts, mints, cheese, salad bar, Sherdahl in the early 1980s is to be Shickley, and Conrad and Sarah , , coffee and tea. Thursday: Baked ready for visitors. The building is be- Corman, Hays. Webber Wide-Awake 4-H Club Guide Rock UMW ham, whi lieved to be the only intact log cabin in Some had dinner at the Kenneth The annual meeting for the month met at the church with margarine. RepublicCounty.ltwasdiscoveredon Corman home and all had supper to- of April for the Webber Wide-Awake Friday: Grilled the Marson farmstead northwest of gether. Many pictures were taken o 4-H Club was called to order by The Guide Rock United Methodist with bun, baked beans, Belleville. Hidden under siding it has been used for several years as a wash Brennan Boyles, acting president. The Women met in the church basement house. Superior area fettled roll call was what the Easter bunny Thursday with four members and one Births brought. Four members and two lead; guest present. Wtnen the late Marguerite Snedden teachers to meet ers answered. President Dolores Hubbard, called Shawn left the county historical society $50,000 last restoration of the cabin The Superior area retired teachers A thank you was read from th the meeting to order with a prayer and perior, announce the became a high priority. The society will meet Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Jewell County 4-H Alumni for partici- welcomed Shirley Hunter, a guest, daughter, Jasmin Joy, also hopes to use a portion of the gift Elks Lodge, Superior. paring and donating to the Family Fun Shirley Simpson, secretary, read the She weighed 7 lbs 5 oz. Night. Members decided to have a minutes of the last meeting. Corre- are Paul and Audre for a concrete floor in a new building The program will be an exchange mini fair at the Good Samaritan home spondence was read and acted upon. and Jennie Vancil designated for the displayed of agri- student from Germany. in Superior. They also decided to Wanda Schriner, treasurer, gave the culture related items. There will alsobe the installation of Before the work is completed sev- new officers, invite an extension agent for a model treasurer's report. Members decided Thayer Co. eral of the original logs will have been meeting afterwards at the Pizza Hut in to make Health Kits again this year to Superior. be sent to Annual Conference. Mrs. will sponsor replaced. Thursday, April ] 1, 2002 Collie Boyles had a project talk and Schriner read an article, "Welcome the The quilt show s t O  T,e Supeor E,,ore tSSN 0740-09.  pub- talked about tips on ordering clothing Superior Kiwanis Terrific Kids choosen for the month of January are (back ResponseStranger' Magazine.Welcme God" from the County Quilt Guild ,.,mw,mvsupee,=pucomp,v..., East rhO Street. Suoe,, NeeQ 68Wa. for buymanship from catalogs and off row, from left) Sonya Romersheuser, Kiwanis representative, Jesse Wulf, Ellen Robb gave the lesson, "The Aprilsunday,20,Aprilfrom 21,10 a.rn.fro Sub=ct,oteSnap=y=.rNero=$W.06 the internet. Hosts were Boyles and Kyndsey Starkey, Skyeler Ahrens and Scott MeKirmey (front row) Courtney THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE & 8ODYWORK  o,v  =o m0 end s2s pwo Nelsons. The next meeting is May 5. Barry, Christopher Ganshert, Jared Hass and Laura Teachworth. Meaning of Shalom, Content, What- p.m. at Thayer Central elsewhere In the United Stoles," 50 cents pet t, inglo ....... ever the Circumstances." , Swedish Relaxation massage copy. POl clo Dotoge pold ot Superior. bron. Featured quilter , Sandra L Holllng * L.M.T. Nebrosko, end on odO,: mong oce. POST- ' It is surprising what a compliment Dolores Hubbard and Wanda Pankoke, Fairmont. 402-879-4697 Superior MASTER: Send oOe. chnoe o: ]he Supe,o will do. Schiner were hostesses. TCQG has a Express. PO 8ox 408, Superior, Nel::xoko 68978.  =- :=, - = r == == =, E- ,  = r  r = ..... CRESTTheatre CREST I would like to say 'q'hank You" to all Open House Thegprjects will be Fridoy, April ] 2 Video Center who took part in my birthday party. It andkinds that 20th Anniversary before. Contact to s.0, was a real "surprise" but a nice sur- Schoenholz, Chris Mondcly, April ] 5 Monday prise. It is nice to be reminded thai I amatz for detals. Thursday, April 18 have such a wonderful family and a lwin Cinema & Video Center, Superioh ,'102-879 7819 host of friends. You all made turning 1 - 5 p.m. only Cinema I. 7:30 p.m. "50", a great experience. Drawings * Refreshments * Specials Thank YouI 20% off salt-picked up DennyMohler Bait and Tnna   of Red Cloud Webber, Dennis and Cheryl Wilson NOW 31 N. Cedar, Red Cloud, Neb. * (800) 544-9092 for the S, ...... Card Shower The congregation of the NOff e o e o e for the Nora United Methodist Church TAKING i r 50th .Wedding f needs your help, We are struggling to survive. We will be for Mothers having a fund raising sale at for MotherS, Anniversary Nelson Legion Hall ooOO00000 0 O 0 oooooo )] .. of _ ._  Yhe-lson eommunlty elub proudly Jess(Pete) Monday, April 22 without Also great presents it's 20th ltarlety Show ) and 10 a.m. - 5:30 p,m. ) Wilma B,a, rnhart Petsch , There will be both new and used items, some furniture, sisters. April 17, 1952 clothing and food items, We will serve hot dogs and sloppy Evening to Die 3or" Sendcardsto [] | J0es. cookies, brownies, chips, coffeeandtea. Pete and Wilma Petsch b | LINDA A r'lday Saturday, and Sunday t RR 1, Box 79 - { _Hope to see you nn Nelson on the 22nd! ,qpri126, 2.7, and 28 Guide Rock, Neb. 68942   E.mail: RBA42 00lelson eity 00luditorium This newspaperavailableon the ,Nelson, 00leb. internet at http//www.superiome.com = - 8 p.m. You're invited to ' a ,...,.,,.., Farewell Steak Dinner at euckers with Show SIS ( (Dinner availatle o yrida, Ftpri126 anal Saturday, qpri127) v r- for / t / Nanci Adinolfi /lary arvin  Ffida,, April 19 02-225-5751 7:00 p.m. Elks Lodge Karen Sole Superior, Neb. 02-225-2651 jm y. (Seati aerie on first call tasis)  e.at.-