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A fiye state get Missouri, Kansas, and South Dakota is 13and 14in St. invitation was extended .'r of Oklahoma to and banquet honor- June 22. to the Inter- e in August. ).C., gala will be in the the courtesies ex- ton her recent visit. will sponsor a Ma- for a member h School Band, to es of the Shrine Bowl to be se- or. will help sponsor the 'rs of the to participate Days in the parade. as Worthy Grand at the Nebraska in Lincoln is Donna Worthy Don Jelinek, be honored by re- McCook and June 9 and officers of ,,: meeting. ts now in the Nursing 90th birthday of Dorothy She had re- her birthday with her some of her beauti- s she had re- refreshments dining room by an and Margene Shuck. student at contest Beta Lamda State ;y stu- high levels with Y finished in the April Dawn Beale and Daren Eu- gene Schiermeyer, both of Hastings, announce their engagement The couple will marry April 27 at Salem Lutheran Church, Superior. Parents of the couple are Marvin and Pamela Beale Jr., Shickley, and Don and Judy Schiermeyer, Guide Rock. The bride graduated from Sandy Creek Junior-Senior High School and received a diploma in desktop publish- ing from Lincoln School of Commerce, Lincoln, Neb. She is currently em- ployed in Hastings. The bridegroom, also employed in Hastings, graduated from Guide Rock High School and Central Community College, Hastings. Lillich, Mueller host LWML's April meeting The Lutheran Women's Mission- ary League met in the church fellow- ship hall on April 10, with nine mem- bers and Pastor Paul Albrecht present. The women brought tooth brushes for health kits for roll call. Devotions were led by Avis Bostelman and Pastor Albrecht pre- sented topic "Live As the People of God." Quilts were worked on for Luth- eran World Relief at the church on Wednesdsay. April 24 will be mending at Good Samaritan Home and games there on the 25th. The 26th the LWML will host the April Birthday Party at the Good Samaritan Center. April 27 is the Spring LWML worship in Deshler. The group continues to save Campbell Soup Labels, Best Choice, labels and Portals of Prayer. Evalin Lillich read a "Mite Bless- ing' before the mites for mission offer- ing was received. Hostesses were Evalin Lillich and LaMira Mueller. The May 8 meeting will be a 1:30 salad luncheon followed by regular meeting. Utecht to lead Superior FFA The Superior FFA Chapter con- ducted Chapter Officer Elections last week. Conduct of meetings committee was in charge of the activity. Brittanie Utecht, junior, and daugh- ter of Jim and Shelley Utecht, was elected as Chapter President for 2002- 2003. The officer team will be in- stalled at the annual Parent-Member Banquet on April 25. Barry Blackstone and Phil Simonsen, helped in inter- viewing candidates. To become an officer the student must submit an application and their current record book, interview with a panel of chapter supporters, take a FFA test, and be voted in y the member- ship. The ballot is prepared by the interviewers and based on leadership qualities, goals, S.A,E. programs and past FFA involvement. Candidates must be sophomores or juniors when applying and hold their Chapter FFA Degree. Joining President-elect Utecht on the officer team are: Kyle Grove, vice president; Erin Eitzmann, secretary; Tim Meyers, treasurer; Alyssa Mont- gomery, reporter; Adam Heitman, par- !iamentarian; Gina Edwards, sentinel and Jennifer Warneking, student coun- cil representative. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE & BODYWORK Swedish Relaxation massage Sandra L Holling * L.M.T. 402-879-4697 Superior Corman honored at Announce engagement Day at UNL Beth Marie Knutson and Jason Bruce Schweitzer, Bellevue, are plan- Crystal Corman, a graduate of Davenport High School, was hon- ored Saturday at the annual Ivy Day event held at the University of Ne- braska-Lincoln. Corman was rec- ognized as a mem- ber of the 2001- 2002 Mortar Board National Senior Honor So- ciety, the only national senior honor society at UNL. The University of Nebraska Black Masque Chapter of Mortar Board was established on campus in 1920. Mem- bers are selected on the basis of out- standing scholarship, leadership, and service to the University and commu- nity. Members were recognized at a breakfast held in the Nebraska UniOn prior to the Ivy Day ceremonies. Corman' s parents are Richard and Mary Alice Corman of Edgar. During Ivy Day Ceremonies, out- standing UNL faculty were recognized, underclassmen of notable achievement were recognized and scholarships were awarded. Featured speaker for this event was Terry Pettit, NU Volleyball Coach. Nineteen retiring members of Mortar Board were presented Admi- ralties from the state of Nebraska. The closing event was the traditional plant- ing of the Ivy. Saturday night members of the Mortar Board, both past and present, participated in the campus walk for cancer. Participants walked through the night to earn their pledges. The walk routed was lighted with luminar- ies dedicated to survivors of cancer and other luminaries bore names in memorial to those lost to cancer. The College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recognized Crystal Corman for her high academic achieve- ment Thursday evening, April 11, as part of J-Days Honors Convocation in the ballroom of the Nebraska Union. Lecturer for this convocation was Ron Farrar dan emeritus, Reynolds-Faunt Professoremeritus, University of South Carolina. This ceremony was preceded by an open house and tour of Anderson Hall, the new home of the College of Journalism. Corman is an advertising major in the College of Journalism. Ashley Thompson inducted in PTK The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) inducted Ashley Thompson and 23 others into its Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Members are required to have a 3.5 grade point ning a wedding for May 25 in the United Methodist Church, Alma. Par- ents of the future bride are Rich and Kay Knutson, Alma. Bruce and Dab Schweitzer, Lebanon, Ore., are the par- ents of the future bridegroom. Grand- parents are Bill and Ellen Overturf, Oak, Meredith and Pauline Knutson, Grand Island, Arnie and Jeannie Glines, Central City, and Stan and Hilda Schweitzer, Milford. Florence Kubicek, Hastings, is the future bride's great-grandmother Knutson, an Alma High School graduate, obtained her bachelor of sci- ence degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in medical technology. She is currently employed at the Nebraska Public Health Labora- tory, Omaha. Schweitzer, a Milford High School graduate, also earned his bachelor of science degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in medical technology He earned his paramedic certificate from Creighton University. Schweitzer is currently employed at NHS-Clarkson Laboratory, and Rural/ Metro Ambulance Services. Superior Legion selects Grove Kyle Grove, Superior High School, is Superior American Legion's rep- resentative to Boys State. Grove, whose parents are Kirk and Judy Grove, Supe- rior, is cur- rently vice president of Family, Career and Community Lead- ers of America and was elected presi- dent for next year. Other activities include FFA, Thespians, Community Service Club and National Honor So- ciety. Grove participates in football and track. He lettered in football and was all-state honorable mention. Superior FFA hosts speech contest The S uperior FFA Chapter will host a Rural Safety Speech Contest tonight (Thursday) at Superior High School. Superior sixth graders taught by Laurie Corman and Eugenia Wright will be presenting their speech topics begin- ning at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. FFA members will serve as timers, scorers and judges. The chapter will be sponsoring three trophies for each class- room and medals for each participant. Approximately 38 students will par- average. Ashley isthedaughterofStve .tieipateq  ....................... and Roxane Thompson, Oak. Ashley :' 'The conttants' will'be evaluated is a first year student at NCTA, major- on content, delivery and response to ing in veterinary technology;, questions. Sl00lgG REUIU/U?, ..o uz.00E, CHICKEN and "7 FISH SUPPER Serving at 5:30 p.m. .,,., ,,'J  I I=.m.- 'J @  I( Friday, April 19 / ALL YOU CAN EAT o,u,,,..  s== , s== qTH MEMBERS WELCOME  hl  Irm/r.ab West 8th Street - . 5EBlON _ .. (a  I.l.  (Jl#, ekWl=) By  Good [ --  All-Good = t,.; . Times [ TODAY! --_ \\;*--* Events . . By All Annual'Fly In' and:OpenHouse You re invited to Superior MunicipAirp0rt ,.tli/14) a  Sunday, April 28.3.:-. 1 Farewell 7 a.m.to 3 p.m. " The public is invited to enjoy the day with many area pilots ancl their planes. Many events are scheduled so make the day a great family outing. ' for your House flight crew. 7:30-9:30 a.m.: Pancake breakfast served 10 a.m. - noon: Powered parachutes demo and rides ,10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Rans Manufacturing display and ddes; General aviation disply and rides 11:30 a,m, - 1:30 p.m.: Lunehserved Noon: Aedal fire bomb drop demo 12:15 -1 p.m.: R/C AC demo For information: . 1 p.m.: Aedal drop for the 'plate='. Door prizes to be given away. Catch a paper plate and win one of many f ne donations from area sponsors : for Nanci Adinolfi Friday, April 19 i 7:00 p.m. Elks Lodge Superior, Neb. Knutson, Schweitzer Ruskin Legion Auxiliary meets Ruskin Legion Auxiliary met at the care at 7:30 p.m. April 8. Eight mem- bers were present. Donna Hansen, president, opened with prayer and members recited the flag salute and preamble and sang The Star Spangled banner. Mrs. Hansen attended the district convention held at Nelson. The Ruskin Auxiliary was recognized for having 100 percent membership by March 15. Junior members are to collect tops from pop cans for Ronald McDonald House in Omaha. Their convention will be at Hastings April 27. Three auxiliary members will re- ceive 50-year membership certificates at an auxiliary supper in June. Girl's and Boys state representatives will give their reports also. Six are seniors have applied for scholarships to be given by the state auxiliary. Dahlsten truck line presented award Dahlsten Truck Line, was presented a Silver award by Great West Casualty Company as part of the 2001 National Fleet Safety Awards Program. Dahlsten is a nationwide, irregular route, general commodities truckload carrier and is headquartered in Clay Center, Neb. An additional terminal is located in Hutchinson, Ken. The Fleet Safety Award Program drew more than 400 entries from cross the country. Carriers were recognized for achieving a low preventable acci- dent frequency per million miles of operation. The Fleet Safety Awards program recognizes fleets in similar Ol:lerations (truckload and less than truckload) with awards based in their Thursday, April 18, 2002 THE SUPERIOR E)(PFIE,' !A National Auctioneer's Dr: y in Nebraska, April 20 .... Nebraska Governor Mike Johanns has declared April 20, as National Auctioneers Day in Nebraska. In his Proclamation he cited that "the auction method of selling real and personal property is growing rapidly through- out the state and nation, and the auc- tion profession has become a valuable service to the public." The Proclama- tion further outlined that through the National and the Nebraska Auction- eers Association, educational programs are being instituted to continually im- prove the auction service to both the buyers and sellers. Col. Ed Hall, President of the Ne- braska Auctioneers Association (Vandertook Auctions, Adams, Neb.) said the 250 member organization is The association will be ho! Annual Convention May 31 1 June 2 at the Holiday Inn Dov Lincoln, Nab. Hall and his wife,, who serves as president c Auctioneer's Auxiliary organi= are chairmen of the event. Present for the proclamatior : ing ceremony were Dick Schoet .'' Association first vice preside Geneva; Paula Hall, auxiliary presi- dent, Adams; Duane Wellensiek, Cook, Tom Millie, Blair; Bill Farmer, Syra- cuse; Linda Underwood, Exeter, Col, Ed Hall, Adams; Gov. Mike Johanns; Bill Rut, Dorchester, and Andy Mont- gomery, Superior. updating its members on the latest tech- nology available to auctioneers as well junior law cadet Shaner candidate as requiring members to adhere to a Derek Shaner was chosen to repre- strict code of ethics. "As auctioneers, we handle many individuals' life pos- sessions at an auction. President Hall also commented that the auction business is family-oriented. In most of our businesses, our spouses serve as clerks or are auctioneers them- selves. "Most of us grew up in the business, as our children currently do, and we've helped at auctions since we were old enough to lend a hand," he added. Nora Club members meet in Deshler cafe The Nora Club met for lunch at a Deshler care with eight members present. The meeting was called to order by President, Melba Lynch, who read a poem about smiles. Roll call was to name a favorite television pro- gram and why. The door prize was won by Vir- ginia Lewis. Melba Lynch received a birthday gift from her secret sister. Pat Jones, program leader, read two ar- ticles from The Fence Post. The May meeting will be lunch at Edgar. Thermal imaging sensor aids Clay Co. A new thermal imaging device in Clay County detects heat up to one tenth era degree. Body heat, heat from fires, vehicles and other sources can be detected by the unit. The unit can track fresh foot prints and will aid in rapidly finding accident victims thrown out of vehicles after dark. The unit has potential for helping find missing children, inspecting homes for water damage, finding hot bearing in machinery, detecting mari- juana growing operations and date year-end preventable accident results, graves The carriers then received a Platinum, The imaging unit was provided by Gold. Silver or participatory award, a grant program. Hoursi e_ Wednesday and Friday, 1:30-5:30 p.m. . Thursday, 4-8 p.m. W Saturday  10 a.m.-2 p.m. , Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central , Superior, Neb. tb : - sent Superior's American Legion as their local candidate for the junior law cadet program. American Legion Posts across the state nominate the cadets, who are then selected by district. A formal inter- view session of all junior law cadet candidates will be conducted. Derek will be in Holdrege Sunday to compete on the district level. Participants a'e selected based on character, interest, evidence of self- discipline and ability to share the knowledge gained with others. If selected, Derek will have the op- portunity for a week at the Nebraska State Patrol Training Academy. Junior Law Cadets follow a strict itinerary with hands on experience in marks- manship, high-speed driving, K-9 drug interdiction and self-defense tech- niques. Derek is the son of Sherry Shaner, Superior, and Rob Shaner, Lincoln, Ncb. Herz receives Friedman award Fourteen students, including one from Lawrence and five teachers will be honored by the Knights of Ak-Sar- Ben Foundation at an awards luncheon on May 7, at the Officers Club at Offutt Air Force, Base. Admiral James Ellis, commander in chief of United States Strategic Command, will be the fea- tured speaker. The Ike Friedman Student Leader- ship Awards recognize seniors in high school from throughout Nebraska and western Iowa who are "making a dif- ference." The awards seek to identify students who take action to satisfy the needs of others, who actively partici- pate in community service, and who motivate others to become involved. The student honorees include Aaron Herz, Lawrence-Nelson High School, Lawrence. Lordy Lordy Looks Wlko's . 40 I Health , and Wellness Fair Saturday, April 20 7:30 a.m. to I p.m. Nuckolls County Fairgrounds, Nelson, Neb. $25 Complete blood profilerequires 12 hour fasting prior to having blood drawn; water and prescribed medications are allowed. Handi-bus'reservations may be made w!th;Nuckolls County Senior Service. Brunch available. Sponsored by Nuckolls County HIS. Human Interagency Services Door Prizes For more informatIon contact Verlene Watson or danice Reinke PLAN NOW TO ATTEND! Will given Clean your garage/You sell at the location best for you/ Here's How To Participate: Register with The Superior Express by noon Monday, April 22 21 $6 participating fee and you'll receive printed advertising of your sale the week of the sale and a poster mounted on a stake for placement in your front yard. 21 When registering, please submit in 40 words or less the location and time of your sale along with a description of the items you are