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Mr. and Mrs. Bargen Thompson, Bargen announce marriage Bryson Bargen and Joseph Thomp- son Jr., announce the marriage of their parents. Andrew and Darcy.ffhe wed- ding took place Jane 2. Best man was Kent Bargen, matron of honor was Judy Donner. The bride was given away by her son, Joseph. The couple is residing in Superior. (; Aaron Cline and Whitney Schneider Couple plans June wedding in Kearney Aaron Cline and Whitney Schneider, both of Keamey, are plan- ning a June 23 wedding at the Merryman Performing Arts Center in Kearney. Parents of the couple are Gary and Marsha Cline of Superior and Ran and Cindy Schneider of Kearney. Republican Valley Sodbusters hold campout in Superior The Republican Valley Sodbusters held their May 18- 20 campout at Lin- coln Park in Superior. Ward and Iiene Aurand, and John and Elaine Guilkey were hosts. Seventeen members ar- rived by supper time on Friday and held a cookout With each bringing their own meat anda dish to share. The hosts served biscuits and gravy ac- companied by fruit cups for Saturday breakfast. The wind was strong on Friday and the men put a tarp up on one side of the shelter for protection. Saturday was a pretty nice day; still a little windy, but not as bad as Friday. Just as it was time to eat the rain started and the wind became strong again. The wind was so strong it blew the rain through the shelter, with everyone getting wet. And then the hail started. However, the weather did not dampen the spirits of the campers. Several RVs had skylights brokelf  from the hail, but a little tape and plastic bags made them ready for the rest of the weekend. The usual Saturday night card party was called off as most were ready to take warm showers and go into heated RVs. A business meeting was held and all were reminded about state and June Bug campouts. Sodbusters will be hosting the June Bug hospitality on Saturday evening. The Sodbusters June meeting will be with June Bug. Their July campout will be at the city park in Beloit, July 20 - 22 with Gene and Ruth Robb, and Bob and Vesta Dam sharing the host's duties. The Nelson swimming pool is scheduled to open Sunday. Kile, Behrentls marry at , Joseph's Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Behrends Leslie Kile and Brett Behrends were married on Dec. 31, 2011, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Superior with the Rev. Brad Zitek officiation. Parents of the couple are Darrell and Diar-e Kile, Superior, and Glen and Becky Behrends, Courtland. Grandparents are Lewis and Nancy Fruchtl, Grand Island, Eleanor Kile, Superior, and Joe Doyle, Superior. Maid of honor was Samantha Myers, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Michelle Slater, Christine Eicher and Sara Rogers, friends of the bride. Flower girl was Kaelyn Meyer, niece of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Brayton Meyer, nephew of the bride- groom. Best man was Matt Meyer, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Matt Kile, brother of the bride, Shawn Peterson and Braden Buer. Ushers were Troy Kuhlmann, Nick Becker and John Carbaugh. Lector was Matt Rempe. Musicians were Howard and Alicia Reed. Greeters were McKinzie Fruchtl and Megan Overfield, cousins of the bride. Personal attendant was Crystal Meyer, sister of the bridegroom. A dinner reception and dance fol- lowed. Dennis and Rosie Fruchtl and Richard and Denise Behrends, aunts and uncles of the couple, were hosts. Karen Overfield and Rhonda Elledge, aunts of the couple, served the wed- ding and birthday cakes. Special guests were Dino Valmori, his mother Rosella, his brothers, Cesare, and Dario and special friends. Dino was an exchange student from Sardinia, Italy, who stayed with the Kile family. Leslie is currently attending Cleve- land Chiropractic College in Overland Park. Brett is self-employed in the Webber area. They plan a honeymoon in St. Lucia in August. Fringer descendants gather for reunion Descendants of John and Hannah Fringer held a reunion at the Guide Rock fire hall, on Sunday, May 27. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Fringer of Titusville, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fringer, Mrs. Glenda Douthit of Visalia, Calif., Ran Fringer and Dixie Scott of Grand Island, Mrs. Edna Fringer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fin- ger, Carrie Finger and friend, Joe, Katie Fringer and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sohl and sons, Ben and Bo, all of Odell, Elaine Kruml and Troy Crawford, Central City, Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Schuman, Mr. Schuman's mother, Jerry and grand- son, William, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee of Lincoln, Neb., Robert Rust of Blue Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rust of Supe- rior, Cody Effenbeck and Sena Mesloe, Garrett Effenbeck and Nicole Reinsh of Hebron, Ken Smith of Guide Rock and Mrs. Evelyn Seaman of Blue Hill. Wilma Smith and Cleila Rogers are recently deceased. Also missed were Mrs. Cieo McCulla of Shelton, Elvema Herrick of Franklin, and their families. Hebron expects to have a carnival in town with 10 to 12 rides for the community's annual July 4th celebra- tion. Thursday, June 7, 2012 The SHS Class of 1972 gathered Memorial weekend for their 40th year class reunion. Members attending included: (back row, from left) Carolyn Geiser; Loveland Colo., teacher Dorothy and Grog Uhrmacher, Grand Island, teachers; Craig Wulf, Guide Rock Rick Alexander, Grand Island; [aryl Wilton, York; Rodrigo Lopez, Omaha; Virgil Kimminau, Mankato; Dav d Ridle, Oak Habor, Wash.; Gordon Harper, Wyoming, teacher;Vern and Doris Rerfipe, Gran Island, teachers; (third row) Craig Barfknecht, Harvard, Neb.; Debra Smalley, Salina; Rick Johanson, Superior; Janice (Bargen) Tordrup, Superior; Esther (Ehlers) Kirchhoff, Friend, Neb.; Gale (Gratopp) Rathbun, Webber; Louise (Geiser) Henderson, Superior; Mary Thurber, Lincoln, Neb.; (second row) Ragene Darling, Logan, Iowa; Monica Braun, Seward; Terry (Thompson) Scott, Superior; Cindy (Oltman) Reves, Wichita; Cindia Stauss, Houston, Texas; Majorie (Cox) Halle, Deshler; Rejean (Grove) Elting, Edgar; (front row) Pam (Elledge) Heitman, Webber; Carolyn (Weber) Meyer, Superior; Joe Morris, Cherry Hills, Colo.; Barb (Hale) Banner, Ankeny Iowa; Gregg Bostelman, Grand.Island. Others joining the group over the weekend but not pictured included: Don Duncan, Superior; Glen Behrends, Courtland, Kan.; and Janis (Ball) Baylie, Holdrege. Cavanaugh earns master's degree Jennifer Cavanaugh has received a .... master's degree in accounting from Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas. The integrated five-year pro- gram allows students to complete bachelor's and master's degrees in five years. Cavanaugh earned her degree in four years. She is the daughter of Keith and Jo Cavanaugh, Coleman, Texas; grand- daughter of Jackie and Nancy Cavanaugh, Coleman , and Bill and .......................... Barbara Thomas, Mankato. She is the ........ great-granddaughter of Vesta McCammon Dillinger, Mankato. : .....  , ...... : !!::iii , i A babysitting clinic was held May 31 at the Nuckolls County extension office. Seven youths attended, learning babysitting techniques and first aid. (Back row, from left) Isaiah Tippin, Katie Bower, Mackinley Thayer and Madison Blackstone; (front) Alexa Cox, Sierra Blackburn and Samantha Jeffs. They each received a babysitting certificate. The clinic was facilitated by Phyllis Schoenholz, Kaye Mussman and Jean Stichka. This newspaper available on the internet at http://www.superiorne.com w M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978.402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping@h0tmail,c0m Marilyn Peterson DAT00,II?OI00T I ! ,I I I.. ...................... ! Beginning June 21st ' Thursday Evenings 5:00 - 7:30pm Block West of ple 8,6  St. iat=seetion Vvenp ! Contact Harold Stone haroldstone @trmail.com Farmers Market Coupon Program presented Tuesday, Jun e 12 at 2 p.m. Vestey Center Dining Room Sponsored by Nuckolls County Senior Services. You MUST attend this event in order to participate in the Coupon Program. For more information or to sign up for the Farmers Market Coupons please contact Jalonda Bouray at Nuckolls County Senior Services 402-879-4691. PEDICURE SPECIAL Enjoy a Basic Pedicure for only $28 (a value of S35) or Pamper yourself with the Ultimate Pedicure for only 835 (a value of S45) MONDAY, JUNE I 1 THROUGH FRIDAY, JUNE 15 ONLYI So make an appointment and show off your cute toes! ... Monday - Thursday: 7 a,m, to 7 p,m, , . Friday: 7 a,m, to 5 p,m, O r'l Z..,- Saturday: 9 a,m. to 2 p,m. IIi/.,  317 N, Central, Superior, Neb,, 68978 www.newhorizonshealthylifesyles,com COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALE GUIDE ROCK, NEB. All Friday, Saturday, Sunday June 8, 9 & 10 Kinds of Treasures Available! Map, exact time and other details of individual sales available on Sale Flyer at the Country Corner Convenience Store Intersection of Hwy 136 and 78 i:i;iii :i Bring tables, cbai shelter, bags, etc. Requized to contact Harold to reg@tet and Members of the Hardy High School, Class of 1972, held their 40th Year reunion Memorial Day weekend. (Back row, from left) Marcia Pedersen, Windor, Conn.; Marcia (Simonsen) Schultz, Ruskin; Carol (Escritt) Hull, Deer Park, Wash.; Jay Jensen, Chester. (Front row), Carla (Thompson) Hartman, Beloit; Ann (Sweet) Higdon, Horseshoe Bay, Texas; Lynda (Soper) Paulk, Hardy; and Terry Mickelsen, Hallam. Thayer County has begun using an emergency notification system. Mes- sages can be sent to residents about severe weather, floods, and other emer- gencies. There is no charge for the service and Thayer County residents can sign up on-line. Volunteer workers have completed construction of the new Red Cloud Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. In the last decade Bellexille lost 34 businesses but gained 35 for a net gain of 10 jobs. Your news is important to us We'd like to include your family news in the Superior Express. The addresses are P.O. Box 408 for mailing, delivery to 148 East Third Street, telephone: 402-879-3291, fax: 402-879-3463 or e-mail: tse@superiorne.com. HOURS: Wednesday and Friday 1:30-5:30 p.m. X. Thursday, 3-7 p.m.  ': Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central Superior, Neb. 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Church of Christ 564 East 4th St. (East of Dairy Queen) Superior, Neb. 68978 Advance Tickets Sl0 Postmarked by Monday, June 18 MAIL TO ADDRESS ABOVE Your check is your registration/ The day of Sirnulcast s15 Registration 8 to 8:45 a.m. Simulcast 9 to 4 p.m. Lunch Provided Questions call in the evenings Becky 785-527-0357 Verlene 402-279-3925