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Cornhusker Girls State Republic Fire District holds April meeting representatives picked Selections for Cornhusker Girls State representatives have been an- " nounced by local American Legion Auxiliary chapters. Representatives are currently in their junior year of high school. The American Legion Auxiliary Girls State will be held May 31 through June 6 at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. Girls State is a nonpartisan pro- gram that teaches young women re- sponsible citizenship and love for God and country. The delegates study lo- cal, county and state govern- ment. The girls do this by setting uptheirown min- iature city, county and state governments and administer them according to the rules and proce- dures set by Ne- braska law. Each Butler summer, ap- proximately 25,000 young women par- ticipate in Girls State sessions across the nation. Riley Butler will represent the Su- perior Auxiliary chapter. She is a stu- dent at Superior High School and the daughter of Ryan and Lisa Butler. Her activities at SHS have included FBLA, FFA, student council, S-Club, Knowledge Mas- ters, Quiz Bowl, volleyball, track, basketball, drill team, National Honor Society and the Commu- nity Service Club: She is a member of Sa- lem Lutheran Jensby Church. Taylor Jensby will represent the Hardy Auxiliary chapter. She is a stu- dent at Superior High School and the daughter of Kent and Crystal Jensby. Her activities at SHS have included student council, volleyball, track, bas- ketball, S-Club, FFA, FBLA, 4-H, Art Club, Spanish Club, journalism staff, Community Service Club and band. She has volunteered at the Crest The- atre, Candy Cane Lane, FFA Recy- cling Day, FBLA Work Days and the annual Firekracker Run. She is em- ployed at Superior Country Club. Hardy ALA members , gather for meeting ! The Hardy American Legion Aux- iliary met last Tuesday, at the Hardy Fire Hall, with six members present. Joan Edwards, vice-president, con- ducted the meeting with the opening formalities. The secretary's report was read, corrected and approved. The treasurer's report was read and ap- proved. Both reports were placed on file. A thank you note will be sent to the Hardy American Legion for their gen- erous donation to the auxiliary to be used to help defray Girls' State ex- penses. JoAnne Edwards reported that Taylor Jensby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Jensby, has been accepted to attend Girls' State. The group was reminded of these future meetings: the 95th Department Convention will be held June 25 to 28, in Kearney. The national convention will be held in Baltimore, Aug. 28 to Sept. 3. Bonnie Pedersen gave a brief report of the county and the district meetings held recently. JoAnne Edwards gave a brief report on the unit banner which was dedicated on Dec. 13, 1976. This was her president's project. This ban- ner is used every Memorial Day obser- vance. A motion was made, seconded and carried to donate $20 to the Chil- dren and Youth Project. A motion was made, seconded and carried to pur- chase new flags to be placed on the veterans' graves in observance of Me- morial Day. Meeting closed with JoAnne Edwards, chaplain, leading in the Prayer for Peace. Joan Edwards was in charge of the program. Her presenta- tion was on our story of the red poppy and to promote Poppy Day. Bonnie Pedersen served as hostess. The next meeting will be on May 12, when members will be decorating crosses with red poppies The April meeting of Rural Fire District No. 9 (Republic) was led by Mark Brown, president. There were 11 members present. A thank-you letter was received from Owen, Brady and Brian Stindt for the department' s help at the Dietz fire, that was on their ground and encroach- ing on Brian's house. Betty Bouray gave an update on the forestry grant. She said everything has been ordered, paper work done and check should be arriving soon. The only things left to be delivered are five hand helds and three sets of bunker gear. She also reported the Republic United Methodist Church has donated $300 to the defibulator fund. The red Dodge truck was discussed, specifically the tank in the back and how to stabilize the water. It was de- cided to look into the price of air bags and baffles to install in the tank. A new truck is not an option at this time. The Duclous grant is open for new requests and it was decided to ask for assistance in purchasing six sets of wildfire gear because most of the calls they respond to are brush fires and it would be more comfortable not to have to wear full bunker gear. The grant application has been submitted. It was asked if the new hand held radios could have other surrounding units' frequencies in them to make communication go more smoothly. Klay Bouray, fire chief, said he would see about getting these frequencies. The members were reminded that during tornado warnings, the trucks need to be taken out and can be used for storm spotters. Trucks leaving the lure hall must have two firemen and they need to be on the insurance. The next meeting will be at 8 p.m. on May 11. Traveling and won't be home to read The Express on the normal deliv- ery day, want to have an early peak at the headlines or missed a back article, you will want to check out the Cyber Express available on the web at superiome.com. Complete copies of the current and prior 52 issues are available there. You are invited to follow The Su- perior Express on Facebook. During Volunteer Week (April 12-18), the Good Samaritan Society Superior supervisors volunteered at the Nuckolls County Food Pantry filling boxes for families in need. Pam Buresh (left), Dietary Supervisor, and Ann Hobson, Director of Nursing, work to fill boxes during their shift at the food pantry i .d r "% Bridal Reg stry Congratulations to Allen Weinert & Valerie Kranau Wedding ~April 25, 2015 Registered at 336 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-0151 Full Service Yarn & Gift Shop Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 a.m. to S p.m Thursday: 10 a.m. to 8 p,m.. Saturday: 10 a.m.. 2 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY j o ..... The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement announcements, wedding photographs and accompanying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding. Although The Express does not charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right to give space preference to couple who purchase their weddinl invitations, programs and othe supplies from The Express. Anniversary' pictures are published with a report after the observance. Pictures may be :included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited" column on page 3. Information received in writing by 4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that k, eek's paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted. Violet Merrill is celebrating her 95th birthday Sunday, April 26 Cards may be sent to her at 11 PO Box 231, Guide Rock, NE 68942 I L f 17.15 W Thank You The children of Cindy Hank would like to express their gratitude to John Price, Jr. and staff for everything they did for us during our mother's passing. Also to Rev. Jocelyn Tupper for just being there for us and making our mother's service beautiful. 17.15 f \\;llll16116"15 Schedule of Events in Superior for Saturday, April 25 All Day Garage Sales in Superior 9 a.m.-Noon Nuckolls County Health Fair New Horizons Healthy Lifestyles Booth Sample Essential Oils Free Chair Massage from Kori Tinkham Birth Doula Information GRAB LUNCH For more information on Class or Doula Services (402) 879-4697 2:00 p.m. Fun,free, informative One hour class: Natural Health Care Solution Learn how to use essential oils Register for give-a-ways Class held at Healthy Ltfesty es 317 N Central, Superior, Neb. J Thursday, April 23, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A It was International Bernese Mountain Dog Day, Saturday, and Superior was well-represented. Superior residents Beth Beaty (left), with Hope, Linda Combs, with Harley, Dan Burgess, Omaha, with Fire and Diamond, the 15 year old cocker spaniel who pretends she is a Bernese Mountain dog, Fire, and Pam Burgess, with Gemma. The group walked up and down Superior's Central Avenue, introducing the dogs to interested bystanders. The breed originated in the Swiss Alps where it was utilized as a general farm dog, adept at herding and protecting stock. Superior Good Samaritan Center honors volunteers VolunteerWeekwasobservedApril At the salad luncheon, all guests 12 through 18 by the Superior Good were given a thank you gift and there Samaritan Society supervisors by vol- was a drawing for door prizes. Win- unteering to fill boxes at the Nuckolls ners were DeEtte Smidt, Betty Schott, County Food Pantry. Sylvia Imhoff, Irene Brainard, Esther The annual volunteerluncheon hon- Martin, Elaine Guilkey, Gail Sullivan, oring all those who volunteer to help Diane Way, Deanna Disney and Glenn with SuperiorGood Samaritan Society Platt. activities was held on Friday. The ac- tivities include hosting and providing Need a back issue of this newspa- supplies for the bingo games and sing- per or a current copy of the newspa- a-longs. Some do mending, others de- pers published atCourtland, Belleville, livery the mail and just visit with the Deshler, Hebron, Red Cloud and residents. Pastors provide Bible stud- Nelson, they are available at The Ex- ies and worship services. Main Street press office. Floral provides birthday arrangements and the Superior Firemen's Auxiliary For national news click on the helps in many ways. youmews link at superiorne.com. Wanted: Teachers-Parents-Caregivers Suicide Awareness .(Free Workshop) Thursday, April 23 7 p.m. Former resident earns S.D. honors Susan Schleicher has been named the April Civil Service Employee of the Month at South Dakota State Uni- versity. Schleicher has been a librarian at the Hilton M. Briggs Library for more than 17 years. She belongs to the South Dakota Library Association and won its Support Staff of the Year award in the 2005. She discusses the books she has read and hopes to read on her blog, "The Book Bag." Schleicher and her husband, Leo, live in Brookings. They have four chil- dren and seven grandchildren. She is a former Superior resident and sister of Rodney Deuel, a current Superior resident. In letters of support, co-workers said Schleicher is a dedicated and or- ganized employee who does her best to cater to the patrons of the library. "Susan's dedication to South Da- kota State University is demonstrated daily in her positive interactions with the public and with the library staff," said Vickie Mix, associate professor. "She has the greatest respect from her co-workers, supervisors and the stu- dent workers she directs. Susan is com- mitted to the highest quality customer service in her interactions with library patrons and co-workers. She has worked on various committees in the library to improve library services and library spaces." Christine Schafer, head of public services at Briggs Library, said, "Su- san has an outstanding attitude. She is positive and professional when inter- acting with co-workers and the general public." .... Superior Public Library (449 N Kansas, Superior, Neb.) i= ......  i I;L15  j verbal and nonverbal cues emotional and behavioral language potential handwriting indicators Sat00arday April 25 .... ..... 9am to Noon 4: -:::::::7:: :: ........ :. :: ............ ........ Superior High School :::::::::::::::::::::: Tour the helicopter hQlth 1 grtah$:;tdS::hh:" 00J00ellness Fair I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I i l I I I I I I i i I I I I ll I0 a.m. Back Safety presented Information & Products from by Dr. Leslie Behrends over 30 Exhibitors I Omelet Fundraiser I Chair Massages for the Good Samaritan Center I ! Free Rural Water Testing by FFA Serving 8 a.m. to Noon ! Financial Assistance to Pursue ! Healthcare Career  LOTS OF FREEBIES I Hot & Cold Tea Brewers, Tea Samples Free Blood Pressure Checks Posture Analysis Machine; Deep Blue Rub Door Prizes Senior Living, Long Term & Respite Core Water Samples Adult Day Core, Home Core Services, l Senior Services ii Bone Marrow Drive CASA, SASA, Medicaid Access Consciousness The Bars Pick Up Your Blood Healthy Choices, Nutrition & Coaching Draw Results Hearing Screening, Colon Cancer Screening, Diabetes Education Medication Take Back Massage Therapy, Doula Services Essential Oils Alcohol Counseling ............... Foster Grandparent Program KIDS! Natural Gas Safety, Water Information return colored page distributed at school Poison Control Information for free prize Financial Health, 3-D Mommogrophy Thank You The Superior Post Prom Committee would like to thank all the businesses and individuals who donated to Superior High School's post prom in any way. Your contributions were very much appreciated.