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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 22, 2014 Area Happenings I Lynn Wilton visited Centennial School at Utica to attend her grand- daughter, Ann Wilton's, high school graduation, as well as the award and scholarshipnight and the senior high musm concert. Ann received nher- ous scholarships including a Univer- sity of Nebraska-Lincoln four year Regent's Scholarship. She will be at- tending UN-L along with her brother, Samuel, who will be a junior. Ann is the daughter of Kristen and Roger Wilton, Jr. of Gresham. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Svendsen, Lincoln, Neb., were weekend guests of her sister, Irene Barfknecht. Joining them at a Superior cafe Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Van Wehrman, Nelson. Thayer County residents defeated a school bond proposal by a 627-597 vote. The Hebron and Thayer Central High School Alumni Banquet is Satur- . day at 6 p.m. Weather permitting, a chip seal project will begin next week on High- way 15from Fairbury north the High- way 41 junction. The work is antici- pated to take six days. One-lane traffic will occur with the use of a pilot car and flaggers. Davenport Senior Center Menu May 26 to May 30 Monday: CLOSED. MEMORIAL DAY. Tuesday: Salisbury steak, BisVo Bakers, cam4 Danish petite. Wednesday: Polish sausage on a bun, macaroni salad, green be,Cns, sliced pears. Thursday: Hamburger gravy over mashed' potatoes, seasoned carrots, fruited Jell-O. Friday: Chicken patty on a bun, scalloped potatoes, peas, sliced peaches. Hanna Brooks, Laguna Beach, Ca- lif., visited her great-aunt, Charlotte Waiters, at the Victorian Legacy. Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Ryan Brown celeated her Pike/ Valley Hig[chool GrVaduation on Sat-' urday aftei'hon in the back yard of her parents' home. Several guests were on hand to wish her well. Graduation was held on Sunday afternoon. Vera Burge was among those at- tending the bridal shower honoring Kayla Brzon on Saturday. Lawrence and Estaline Bouray vis- ited with Kent and Betty Bouray. Vida Boman had visitors at her home, Sonny and Joyce stayed for awhile and then Nancy visited, they attended the graduation of a grandson and nephew, Kameron Blanding. Head Start delivered the following books to the Rae Hobson Memorial Library; The Wheels on the Bus, Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown, Daddies Do it Different by Alan' Lawrence Sitonr, Hurry Hurry by Eve Bunting, anff'L/ama Llamz Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney. The library will hold an open house from 2 to 5 on Saturday. Mark, Loisann and Glena Brown attended the graduation party honor- ing Katlyn Brown. On the weekend Kent and Betty Bouray celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary with pizza at Lovewell Marina on Saturday. On Sunday they attended the movie God is Not Dead, showing at the Crest. Dillon Bouray attended Republic County High School graduation ser- vice. Laurel Fischer, a granddaughter of Carolyn Simms, and friend, Bay White, attended the movie Heaven is For Real in Belleville. Klay Bouray RFD 9 fire chief, at- tended the Plan-Prepare-Mitigate pro- gram held at Mankato. There is a birding display at the Rae Hobson Memorial Library. CREST THEATRE &,VIDEO Friday, Saturday, Sunday May 23, 24 and 25 Heaven Is For Real Show Time 7 p.m. Run0ing time: 1 hr. 40 rain The true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life:changing dxpefience with the world as heclaims to have Visited Heaven during a near death experience. The film stars Greg Kinnear and Kelly Reilly. Coming May 30: Disney's Maleficent SPRING CREEK CEMETERY BENEFIT DINNER Monday, May 26 RusIrLn Community Center Sewing 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Casseroles, salads and desserts are requested. All food is appreciated. Dinner price is FREE WILL OFFERING The cost of upkeep of the cemetery continues to rise. Your generous donations are needed. All flowers, not in permanent vases, are to be removed by Monday, June 9 Memorial Day Program 2014 * I:30 p.m. Piano Prelude ................................................. Dee Ann'Petersen Advancement of Colors ................. American Legion Post No, 242 Welcome .............................................................. Aaryn Schultz Flag Salute ........................................................... Helen Gebers Speaker .............................................................. Roger Williams Special Music ...................................................... Schoof Family Gettysburg Address ......................................... Mattison Sullivan God Bless America ....................................................... Audience Closing Prayer ...................................  .................. Helen Gebers Retiring of Colors ......................... American Legion Post No. 242 Service will conclude at Spring Creek Cemetery I II|. I I I I ISSN 0740-0969 The IGxp00 Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 and Mankato, Karl. 66956 Bill Blauvelt ................................ Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Nebraska .......................... $26.00 One year in Kansas ............. : ................ $27.50 (Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) Elsewhere in United States ........... . ..... $37.00 To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and pictures for publication in this newspaper. Please submit only inforrnatiola and pictures for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions require fhe name and address of the person submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper may be published, used and distributed in print or 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.com Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at superiorne.com Postmaster: Send address changes to: 7'he Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 • FAX: 402-879-3463 . gii!: Superior Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors presented a Clear Dollar of Profit to Black and Burlap. Pictured (from left) Marlene McGowan, Jason Ray, Angela Henderson - owner, Jenny McCord and John Keelan. Picture by Sherry Kniep, chamber manager. Receives masters degree from MSU Karen Brown, a Republic County High School graduate, received a master's degree in exercise physiol- ogy and nutrition this month from Montana State Uni- versity. She has ac- epted a position in e cardiac rehab department at Bozeman Deacon- ess Hospital. Karen is the daughter of Mark and Loisann Brown of Republic. Karen's grandparents in- clude Glenna Brown and the late Vic Brown of Republic, and Iona Tuley and the late Kenneth Tuley. Collin Dahl (left) and Jacob Meyer show off the Sunday Sundaes they built at Centennial Lutheran Church to celebrate the end of the Sunday school year. Centennial Lutheran youths celebrate beginning of summer The youth of Centennial Lutheran Church kicked off the end of their Sunday School year with Sunday Sun- daes! Each was able to build his or her own ice cream sundae, celebrate the past year and sing songs with their friends. They'll see each other again in just one week as Centennial inwtes area youths, preschool through 6th grade, to join them at vacauon Bible school "Go Tell it on the Mountain" -- beginning Monday and concluding next Friday. Each night of VBS begins with supper at 5:30 p.m. and includes storytime, crafts, games and a snack throughout the week. concluding with a program for the students to demon- strate what they learned on Friday. For more information." contact Heather Dahl. Exeter-Milligan High School pre- sented diplomas to 26 students. WCU meets at Hardy Fellowship Hall The Hardy Women's Christian Union met in Fellowship Hall last Wednesday with JeAnne Edwards pre- siding. Six members and one guest were present. Loetta Pedersen read the minutes of the March meeting and the treasurer's report Thank yous were read from Russel Bell and Donna Clark. Mary Dahl reported 150 people were served lunch following the Ray Clark funeral. Kristin Miller reviewed the book entitled "One Thousand Gifts." The theme was Eucharists or thanksgiving. Hallie Miller read the corresponding scriptures and played a piano solo en- titled "New World Symphony." Mary Dahl serv¢, a Jell-O salad hmch. The Geneva Municipal Swimming Po01 will open Wednesday. Extension to offer babysitting clinics in Hebron, Nelson University of Nebraska Extension of Thayer and Nuckolls counties will offer babysitting clinics next week: Wednesday in the Thayer County Courthouse club room in Hebron, and Thursday at the extension office in Nelson ...... *he e.linics will begin at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at 3:30 p.m. Participants will learn about babysitting safety, f'lrt aid, healthy snacks and the bu[il b basics of babysitting. You to bring a sack lunch. Registration is reqtied. For more information or to register, call 402- 768-7212 for the Hebron clinic and • 402-225-2381 for the Nelson clinic. Paul Kothe Band plays at Good Samaritan Center The Paul I(othe Band performed last Tuesday at the Superior Good Sa- maritan Center. Members of the band are from Roseland and Juniata. This s the third year the band has per- .formed during National Nursing Home Week. A variety of polkas were played. As the nursing home week theme is Hawaiian Spirit, Aloha drinks includ- ing nonalcoholic Pina Colada and Dai- quiri and Marguerites were served. Reinke Manufacturing Company's Fabrication Department has operated for 10 years without a lost-time acci- dent. The 35 member department was honored with a luncheon to celebrate and recognize the significant accom- plishment. A lost-time accident is an on-the-job injury that requires an em- ployee to miss time at work. Red Cloud High School graduated 16 students. Taygun Rothchild, Superior, brought a fish to the measuring station at the annual Superior Lions Club Fishing Derby held Sunday at Su perior's Lincoln Park. Anglers who ranged in age from four to 15 years vied for prizes for the largest and smallest fish as well as other prizes at the event.i Deshler High School graduated 19 students. S "L./'//" ./ a /00/ilde Ridge Estates Open House Saturday, May 24 • 9 - 11 a.m. 1.720 N Idaho, Superior (Behind Good Samaritan Sociew skilled nursiig facility) To learn more, call Missie. at (402) 879-4794. All faiths or beliefs are wemome. , maritan Socie • We Sell Rubber Stamps Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior • 402-879-3291 HOURS: Wednesday and Friday 1:30-5:30 p.m. j Thursday, 3-7 p.m. i Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrift00 Shop 4101/2 N Central * Superior, Neb. FREE 00u,pEz:, TOURS FREE REFRE..H/EblTS Superior Auditorium Saturday, May 24th 10arn to 5pro The American SpMt in the Heart of Our Community 0.14 First in Nebraskz • Intra-0ra '29 - • Dental Lasers • Cavity Detection Lasers • Virtual Vision • Digital X-Rays Licerised Parrntal €,dtinn. Nitro, I. ¢";: ,- .... CALL c,,' : .... 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You're Invited l Card Shower Request Irma Marquart, formerly of rural Byron, will be celebrating her 98th birthday with an open house on Mon- day, May 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Hebron Activity Center, 329 Lincoln Avenue (Main Street). Cards may be sent to 1 Terrace Circle Apartment 206, Hebron, Neb. 68370. 20-2c Nora By Helen Gebers Sue Williams and her sister, Anne Atkins, Grand Island went to Sioux Falls, S.D., Friday where they attended the graduation of Laura Sonndy. She is the daughter of Tim and Lisa Soundy. Tim is a brother of Sue and Anne. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer at- tended the graduation reception hon- oring Halley Peters, granddaughter of Dale and Shirley Peters at the St. Paul' s Lutheran Church in Hastings Saturday afternoon. Brette Gebers was an overnight guest of Helen Gebers Friday night. Brette has a summer internship in Wichita with the Koch Co. Helen Gebers and Diane Gebers attended the graduation reception hon- oring Amy Hefts at the Superior Coun- try Club Saturday afternoon. Helen also attended the reception honoring Chelsea Renz at the Vestey Center. Sunday evening Vaden and Mary Ann Lane and Helen Gebers ate supper together in Superior to celebrate Vaden's birthday. Later they were guests of Helen in her home. Cody Meyer, Marlin and Lori Meyer, Julie Meyer and Mary Ann Meyer ate supper together Friday at Lovewell Lake to celebrate a belated Mother's Day. Katie Williams and Stella attended Jack's preschool program at the Lawrence-Nelson Elementary School Thursday. Friday, Lance and Katie Williams, Jack and Stella attended Clay's end of school program at the " Lawrence-Nelson Elementary School. Nora Club met at the Superior Pizza Hut last Wednesday noon for dinner. Later they were guests of Rhea Thomsen for cards. LastWednesday'evening Diar:e'and Helen Gebers and Murlene Schleufer attended a board meeting at-Salem Lutheran Church. Dave and Sherry Gebers and girls attended graduation receptions honor- ing Lyndsay Brown, Amy Hefts, Clay Hendersen, Mattison Sullivan, Chelsea Renz, Holly Wilt and Kendra Schiermeyer. All graduated from Su- perior High School on Saturday. KICK OFF YOUR LADY VESTEY Memorial Day Weekend/(/ 1 at the Superior Country Club with the Live Band Pop Rocks . Friday, May 23 8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. Cover Charg00e Superior Country Club 3628 Road E ° Superior, NE Grand Opening Friday and Saturday, May 23 and May 24 Grand Opening Specials • Our Apologies The Wine, Beer and Spirits Tasting will be held at a later date t Locally Owned (pen 7 Days A Week and Evenings 217 N Central Ave., Mix and Match Beer Superior, Neb. and Wine Coo/ers 402.879-3515 • We Sell Single Bottles and Cans Spirits By The Case Free Ice With The Purchase of Beer and Spirits / II