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2A THE.SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 23, 2015 Area Happenzngs iThe Biackwood Brothers, a popu- tar quartet will return to Nebraska for a series .of Concerts including one at 7 p. m: Thursday, April 30, at the Franklin County Fairgrounds and Tuesday, at the2tIay Center Chrsitian Church. They wiU perfo;rrle at 6:30 Sunday at the Friend:Cir.'. istian Assembly. T-risha:F.rye began work at the Desht" Post Office. She had worked i at theBbn'and Ruskin post offices. Gmin vas broken and construc- tion2st'(ed_ on a hog confinement center kiedted on the west side of High- way :124:, toe miles north of Clay Cen- ter. Traudt-ehterprises, Inc., a row crop farminglbtisiness, will operate the fa- cility. " The Belleville City Council pledged to pay for movies shown at the Blair Theatre as part of the summer recre- ation program. The program pays for tickets for children in the community to attend eight movies over the course of the Summer. • Vestey Senior ..... IL The Red Cloud FFA Parent-Mem- ber Banquet is being held at Red Cloud High School today (Thursday) at 7 p.m. The Hebron City Council approved a tobacco-free policy for city-owned outdoor recreational facilities. The ban includes e-bigarette products, smoke- less tobacco as well as cigarettes cigars and snuff. Aurora Cooperative announces 2015 .... scholarship wiaets Clay-County family receives state award Shaw-Family Farms is the winner of the 2015 Nebraska Leopold Conser- vation Award. Steve and Vicki Shaw and their son and daughter-in-law, Brian and Julie Shaw; are the operators of row-crop and cattle operation that has been in the family for five generations. According to a news release telling of the award, the Shaws saw opportu- nity in integrating wetlands and grass- lands into their farm south of Clay Center. and decided to buy a restored wetland and grassland tract. The suc- cess of grazing wetlands led them to restore their wetlands to irrigated grass- land, 'now used for grazing but also service as habitat in the annual migra- tioncorridor.for an estimated 8.6 mil- lion waterfowl and 300,000 shorebirds. The $10,000 award and a crystal depicting Aldo Leopold, a conserva- tionist-and author, will be presented at the Nebraska Cattlemen's annual con- vention in December. The Aurora Cooperative announced their 2015 scholarship winners. Each year the co-op awards scholarships to students pursuing a college education and career in agriculture. This year $10,000 in scholarships were awarded to 15 students. The top five scholarship winners each received $1,000 with the remaining students each receiving $500. As part of the application, each student was asked to write an essay titled "How I Plan to Contribute to Agriculture." The students receiving $1,000 are as follows: Shantelle Roy, daughter of Donald and Dena Roy of Scotia; Ben Dush, son of Victor and Julie Dush of Elba; Seth Wetovick, son of Rodney and Penny Wetovick of Fullerton; Morgan Cool, daughter of Glen and Angie Cool of Hampton; and Colton Shuck, son of Greg and Rita Shuck of Edgar. Students receiving $500 are as fol- lows: Tyler Marr, son of Thomas and Sherry Marr ofFormoso; Haley Gebers, daughter of Dave and Sherry Gebers of Nora; Nicholas Preissler, son of Dave and Jenny Preissler of Giltner; Jared Sullivan, son of Tim and Lisa Sullivan of Aurora; Alyssa Novak, daughter of Dave and Judy Novak of Aurora; Blake Stengel, son of Corey and Brenda Stengel of Shickley; Bailey Hinrichs, daughter of Scott and Cindy Hinrichs of Ayr; Austin Underwood, son of Jeff and Amie Underwood of Exeter; Lauren Schmidt, daughter of Andrew and Ellen Schmidt of Deshler; and Sydney Taubenheim, daughterofMike and Renee Taubenheim of Amherst. Proceeds wil['g6 to  ' Superioi" High School Scholarship VFW Post 3355 Beef Fries Saturday, April 25 Serving at 5:30 p.m. until gone " " , Everyon,e .,W.’ lc,.ome ;,. 17.15 118 S Central, Superior, Neb. z CREST THEATRE & VIDEO Owned by Southern Nebraska Arts Council Twin Cinema & Video Center, Superior, 402-879-3819 Call 24 hours for shows and times All Seats $5 Check us out at cresttheatre,or 9 Friday, Saturday and Sunday - April 24, 25 and 26 , Showtimes: Friday, Saturday and Saturday. 7:30 p.m. Home Running Time 1 hr 33 rain When Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip,' Oh comes to understand that being different and making mistakes is all part of being human. And while he changes her planet and she changes his world, they discover the true meaning of the word HOME. Starring: Jim Parsons, Steve Martin, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez Coming Friday May 1 The Longest Ride ISSN 0740-0969 q'l-00 Gxpress Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 and Mankato, Karl. 66956 Bill Blauvelt Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Nebraska ..... . .................... $27.00 One year in Kansas .............................. $28.50 (Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) Elsewhere in United States .............. ... $38.00 • To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and pictures for publication in this newspaper. Please submit only information and pictures for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions require the name and address of the person submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper may be published, used and distributed in print of electronic editions of the newspaper. Thank you for your cooperation Published every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. '  148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: tse@superiorne.c0m Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at superiorne.eom ' Postmaster: Send address changes to: : •: The Superior Exffress PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 •' :': Telephone: 402-879-3291 • FAX: 402-879-3468 Superior Volunteer Fire Department Officers: (back row, left to right) Ken Rempe (president), Kirk Young (vice president), Chris Peterson (lieutenant), TJ Morris (assistant chief), Barney Freitag (safety officer), Matt Meyer (lieutenant), Chris Anderson (training officer), Jim Smith (secretary), (front row) Elmer Rempe (treasurer), Scott Nondorf (captain), Todd Kroeger (chief), John Rogers (captain), Terry Lemke (safety officer). Superior Volunteer Fire Department Award for Years of Service: (back row, left to right) Kirk Young (35 years), Trent Rothchild (1 year), Travis Rempe (10 years), TJ Morris (15 years), Nathan Johnson (5 years), (front row) Andrew Cole (1 year), Steve Martin (15 years), Elmer Rempe (55 years), Mike Fenimore (35 years), Terry Lemke (20 years), (not pictured) Vaughn Bargen (35 years). SHS holds prom at country club This newspaper's web page may be found at NEW HOURS: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - . 1:30-5:30 p.m.  10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nmy-Thafty Shop The Superior High School junior class hosted the Class of 2015 at the Superior Country Club, Friday, for the annual junior-senior prom. The theme for the event was "Arabian Nights." The evening's festivities began at 6 p.m with a welcome speech given by Harley Schuster and the invocation offered by Caleb Isom. This was fol- lowed with a banquet. Servers were 10 members of the sophomore class: Garrett Caldwell, Blake Kirchhoff, Eric Schiermeyer, Jacob Whitmore, Lane Morris, Jenna Whitmore, Abby Fish, Michelle Unruh and Matraca Nondorf. The servers wore Arabian themed cos- tumes. When the meal was completed and the tables cleared, the dance began. Music was provided by Complete Music, Kearney. The event concluded at midnight, when the prom-goers re- turned to the high school for post prom activities. The prom sponsors were Mrs. Jameson and Mr. Blackba-m,There were 10.attend’.c,s, with the sgpho- more class servers bringing dates as a reward for their service. In addition to the sponsors, chaper- ones at the event included Jordan and Lauren Isaacson, Scott and Kristene Boyles and Shelley and Nathan Mueller. Robert Wilson, DDS 426 N. Central • Superior, Neb. Iv First in Nebraska to Offer : • Intra-Oral Cameras • Dental Lasers • Cavity Detection Lasers • Virtual Vision = Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation CALL 402-225-2828 Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cosmetic, Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Invisallgn Premier Provider Hospital Dentistry COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY STATE OF THE ART CLINIC On the web at 270 South Main Nelson, NE Appointments are available Monday through Friday &,l[ RICa, ACAO[,ff OF C094ffK: DDTiI RT • , ".:.G;  ,,  ::. • i "  .;:..,.. ,...:, , L:.,, Elmer Rempe received 55 Years of Service Award from Superior Vol- unteer Fire Departmer]t. Meals Program April 27 to May 1 Monday: Tuna noodle casserole, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, peaches. Tuesday: Meatloaf, scalloped pota- toes, green beans, cucumbers, JelI-O with fruit. Wednesday: Oven fried chicken, mash potatoes and gravy, corn, creamy coleslaw, Mandarin oranges. Thursday: Grilled riblet, baked beans, potato salad, apricots, bun. Friday: Chef salad, two bean salad, plums, bread stick, cake. UMW members gather for meeting The United Methodist Women met at 7 p.m., last Wednesday. President Linda Cox called the meeting to order with 14 members present. Athelda Thompson gave the devotions. Her subject was "What God is Like." President Cox shared a letter from Epworth Village which thanked the group for past donations and told of upcoming needs. The minutes of the March 18, meeting were approved as read, and the treasurer's report was give by Jana Marr. Carole Thompson reported invita- tions for the May 2, breakfast had been sent to the Webber, Republic, Mankato and Red Cloud Methodist Women's groups. Guide Rock and Chester will also be contacted. Bonnie Langer will set the date for UMW Sunday. Elaine Guilkey encouraged members to read the Response magazine. It was re- ported, Beverly Beavers will give the 10:30 a.m. sermon on Sunday, April 19, in Pastor Tupper' s absence. Vaca- tion Bible School will be held June 21, 22 and 23. The theme will be "Finally Rely on God" or "FROG." Unfinished business discussed was the Good Samaritan July birthday party. Beverly Beavers will be in charge of entertainment. Cakes will be baked by Athelda Thompson, Esther Martin, Bonnie Langer and Linda Cox. Sue Rose and Sylvia Imhoff will assist with the event. The president an- nounced that four members would at- tend the district meeting in Geneva on Saturday. The group voted to contribute to the Epworth Village building project. The dedicated light will be burned in honor of former members Doris Jones and Norma Ridle. The program on "Prayer and Self- denial" was presented by Sue Rose. A special offering was collected. Refresh- ments were served by Jana Marr. Davenport Senior Center Menu April 27 to May 1 .. Monday: Chicken pasta, caser0l: i • with peas and carr0ts; bran: muff.ihi  apricots ............. ....... r; `  Tuesday: Beef fritter, scalloped potatoes, mixed veggies, lemon bar. Wednesday: Chopped ham and cheese on rye bread, veggie pasta salad, pears, cookie. Thursday: Salisbury steak, Bistro Bakers, Harvard beets, fruited Jeli-O. Friday: Tuna and noodles, cole slaw, crescent roll, pudding variety. Spring Bazaar ,,. Saturday, May 2 • 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. O 6,63 e :..'".. Nelson Auditorium, Nelson, Neb. Many vendors available to help you with that new spring look! Lunch: Hamburgers, Brats, FREEWILL Baked Beans and Chips DONATION Provided by Nelson Volunteer Fire Department Interested in getting a table? Questions? Call Dawn Myers at 402-460-8275 Sponsored by the Nelson Community Club Bait and Tackle C-Store I Beer • Ice • Fountain Drinks • Groceries • Pizza • Firewood • Gas l Restaurant Specializing in smoked meats (smoked in apple and hickory woods) Breakfast: Biscuits and homemade gravy, pancakes and sausage Lunch and Dinner: Pulled pork and brisket sandwiches, burgers and fries, bierocks, pizza Sides: Baked beans, cole slaw, potato salad WEEKEND SPECIALS Friday, April 24, Philly Cheese Steak Pizza, Brisket Pizza, Wings, Menu Items Saturday, April 25, Ba@ Back Ribs, Philly Cheese Steak Pizza, Brisket Pizza, Menu Items Inquire about catering WATERCRAFT RENTAL RATES Life Jackets included with rentals 1 Hr. 2 Hrs. 4 Hrs. 20 ft. Fish and Tube Pontoon, 75 HP, 4-stroke ...... %60 20-ft. Leisure Pontoon, 75 HP, 4-stroke ...... %60 18-ft. Bayliner Ski Boat, 135 HP, 4-stroke, I/O -- - [ '160 '260 I '320 Skis and tubes also available for rent • Overnight Slips: (Open) $12; Overnight Slips (Covered) $15 We offer 5% DISCOUNT on all rentals paid for in cash (Watercraft only) 8 Hrs. All Day s260 s320 260 s320 Please check our website for pictures of our rentals, full menu and lake pictures Like us on Facebook [] i LOVEWELI00MARINA & GRILL 24007;0.RTd53Le43e;';an" OPEN APRIL - SEPTEMBER r • OPEN Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sunday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. CHICKEN and FISH SUPPER Friday, April 24 0000'Baseball Benefit % I 17.15 Slt L Come meet ballplayers Assisted by American Legion EVERYONE WELCOME AMERICAN LEGION West Eighth Street - Superior, Nebraska 51.14 MEXICAN NIGHT at Superior VFW Post 3355 Every Thursday Night 5 p.m. until gone Now Serving Taco Soup, Taco Salad, Nachos, Hard and Soft Shell Tacos Superior VFW 118 South Central Street • Superior, Neb.