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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thun~ay, June8. 2017 + o Vestey Senior Area Happenings" + , ~ .6. June 12 Io June 16 . 1 ~ ~:- Monday " Cheesy ham and Ira)In- The dk~ctor of the Nebraska tour- ism once will be in Superior Tag-sday rooming to n-cut with local tourism officials and see first hand some of ate attritions Superi0r has Io offer, "rbe director recently moved from out-of- state o assume his currem position. "rhe Republic County Community FewJ aw~ded ~eaxly $62,0tX)in grants, with $54.1)tK) c,ttming from the Dane Ha~.~n Fund at Logan, to urganiza- lions to fund projects in Republic Counly ranging from public health tu yt>ath sptt~s~ Sarah Te~ graduates from naratng univemRy S~rah 1-eaclxwort~ of Superior is one or ntore lhan ~XI ~ raduate~ who received a diploma at Harding',~t~Jmmencemenlexerei~.~ on May 6, She received a backelor of arts degree in sp cia~ education with iiL'ensure, Univer.sity President Bruce D McLarty ppesen:ed the diplomas to the graduates Harding is a private. Chris- tian university located m Scurry. Ark. atm Orea from Reinke; dim Sayder to xeplae him REtake Manufae~l;[ring annoullC ~d the retiremenl of Jim Grewe, Retake v 'e presidenl of international sales. eff~x,'tive June 311. Jim Snyder. curtain Re inked iret, zor, imernational Fa~incs ~ developmenl, has been selected Inre- place Grewe in thi.~ position and will fill Ihe r,~le tollowing his retirement. "l want Io Illa~k Jim forhis tre~r~'~- dous leadership and dedication to Reinke over the past 13 years," ~id Chris Rolk. Reinke pr~ident. "'On be= half of all Retake empk~yce~, 1 wish him a~l the hem in reliwment.- Grew joined Retake in 20[)4 as vi~.~: preHdcnl of inlernational sales and CiUT~.~. rrawe lh;m 41) year~ in I~ irrigalu,n business. Daring hix tenure wilh Reinke~ he has played a crucial role la the company's expansion to inlematlonal markets. Snydcr joined Reink in 2013 as director, inKlg, natioual businesr.dcvel- opment. Prior. he was with Valley trri- gatit~ wkere he worked in their inter- national salesdivision. In his new role. Snyder will ucersee business e,~ra- ;ion and growth initiatives to farther lh ~tt'll'lDn)"S global presence iu in- ternalmnul irriEalion mar- ket,~. "Jim I, a steal Iq~ for this pt'~itit~n. and ~ econgratulate himon hispmmo- lion.'" ,;rid Rolh. "'Jim shares in ~el.llke'~. visi, lOn and t:~ut ~:Ol~fllitnletll Is) '~r~,'iilg gntwers an~und the wt~rld H=~ husiness e~peni~ and industry le'~r~hip will guide him well in his ne~ nile '" The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement annou ncements~ wedding photographs and accompanying inlormation without charge Weddi ng pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if mlLIl"l." t'h]n SiX ~D.'e~'k.~ after ~he wedding. Although the E xprt.'~s d t~.'s not ch,~rge for publishing the pictures and .~tories, they ru,9~.rve the right h ,gi ve.~pace prefErencE tocnupI~ who purchase their wedding invitatitms, pn~ram~ and other ~upplics Irom The Exw:es~- Anniversary picture~ are published ~'ilha rt I~>rt* after the observance. Picture~ may be includL,~ ill an invitation display ad nrar the bottom of the page. There isa 15-cent per word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited" c~,lumn on page 3. In [o rmation r, ,ceivtM in writing by 4 p.m-r Monday, is given prtfe~no~ k r incluskn in thai week'.~ paper The Express yl> 1- re.-trxes Ihe right to edit and conden ~ all CtIp.~' ~ubmiltL~ Wurk ts progressing on l:k,~kr's sUec~ paving project. Water mains are also being replaced as Purl of the proj~t. The Carleton Playground Project re<; ived a $9,000 gram from the Un ion Pacilq: Foundation. Hebron's Rockin" in Roosevelt Music and Arls Festival begins Fdday at 4:30 p.m. Several hands will provide live music beginning at 6 p.m. "Su~11,m'- N ~a~ka', Playground" is 11'~ theme Ior Dugout Day~ bel}in- nulg Friday, June 22 and concluding Snnday. Jmm 25. Edgar i~st is ~heduled t'vr Samr- day. J~ne 24, beginning wilh IheRail- nh~l Run al 7 a.m. Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska will hold a WlC clinic at the Fiat United Methodist Church in Superior on July 31, Aug. 28 and Sept. 18. The WIC program [m~vides food, nutifition ~lu~:ation awJ commu- nity supp0a for incong,-eligible worncn who a~ pregnant or imstpartum, in- fant~ and children up to age5. Rlmmelberg on honors list at Coneordta Uaiv, Harlie Himntelberg of Lawl~nce was oneof 241 slUdems named to 111 honors ~xl al Com -ontia University- Nebraska for the spring 2(;17 ~mes- ~ r. The mp 25 pen:era of all under- graduate st~u3ems w~c~mplem at least 12 credit hours qualify for the honors ]i.~t. mmm u degree from CO(g3 Katelyn Brown of Superior has completed the requimmenL, for the abhor, late of ~ iem.'e degree l~o.ln C lowJ Coumy C~mmumty Colletze. Studenl~ completing li~ degree require,~nt~ were digible I'd participate in spring commenceraent, hehl May 12. Cloud County Corn munity College is true of 2h public two-year commu- nib and technical colleges in Kansas. CC~X"s ~r~ice area eacoml~s ~s a 12.roanb, area primarily in nnnh cen- lral Kansas with ils two physical cam- pu t~ in Concn~ia and J~mction City. /kSltrl [R o ttoa Jason Ray Ja, ~n Ray of Central National Bank in Superior, was recently recognized by the American Society of Farm Mini" ab'ers a~d R~I Appraisers ~ ASFMRA) for 15 years of membership with in the t rganizalion. Ray provides services f~; cli lltls which may include farm and rm~.h ,t=an-ge=went, rural appraisal and agricultural consulting. "l'ke A S FMRA ~ports nearly 2,IXg) ugrihttsmess pnffessionals across the U.S. and C~ada, who provide thnn or ranch m anagemem, rural apprai~l and appraisal revie~ or agncultural con- ~ulting -~/'~,lCe~. Protex~ltutal manag- er~ repre~nt t~gner~ of atone than 25 mi]hon a ~,'~ ol U.S. farotland and pr{ i ~, IdC I hc dl IL%.' I luana~c niL.n| of [he,~ operalions. J3~t)t~ss|Ollal ~lral apprals- er.~pn)~ ide ~,alttatione~timale~on more Ihall 5!.1 lnllhl=zl acres I~'l" farm. ram'h and Jtataral resource lands each year. The ASf--MRA. was founded in t929. Be sure lo check this newspaper's web pages at thr pie- lures a~J stories wt published in the )rioted edition. CREST THEATRE cms~eatte.0~g Superior, Neb, 402-879-3.819 Friday, Saturday & Sur~ay June 9,10 and 11 7:30 p.m. Everything, Everything I hr, 36 ~ns : : -= : ISSN 0740-0969 "rhe Exrx' m Periodical Postage Paid at Superior) Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt Publisher Subscription Rates. payable in advance: One year in Nebraska $27.00 One year in Kansas $28.50 n felt the need t,t form an exten- si=m club. Fiwe women mel atlhe httnle of Mrs. Glen l anger. Superior. chair- person of the Nuckolls Cotmty Home F-~tensiull Conncil. Pre~nl for Ihe meeting were Judy Scholt (Mrs, [.anger's daughterL Sharhatyjoined the club later thai year. A calendar wax developed with meetings scheduled in members" Immes. Assignments were made fi~r extension les~mg which were then I-a-esented at the club meeting~. Club ineenng~ were held in ~ eve- hinge At ~lte time of organization, all bill tWO of the members were may-at- home morns of young t'hiklr 'fL The others held lull-time jnK~, "lhe first due-', were $1.25 per year. "l'l~e club participated in extension and conmmnity activities. Their first vof unleer community p~j~t was baking Halloween cookies for ~he Ce.~xt Sa- maritan Cattier in Nut,m. They held a guest n ighl withlheir mothers as g nests. which became an annual event fiw many years. In August 1972. the club sinned a fund m purcl)ase a transix)rl incubator tbr the N~'koll~ Counly Bmdstoae Memorial Hospital. The need became evid~l when one nf ,he ctuh's nlem~ burs. Virginia Dmhman. gave birth to a baby girl who needed to be Leans- posed to Lincoln for additional medi- cal cam A helicol~er came for her hecause a Iransl-mrt incubator wa sn'l available in Superior. The fund drive began al 1he COunty fair and Lxmaint~'d with d0~afion jars in area busiitesses and rummage, craft and hake sales in lvo|h Nel~n a.nd Superior. Enough money was ~i ,~ed t,: ram cha~ the mcubau)r and to pay for mt ~ifications to ambulances In 1,i,'be the i,tcubator. In addition, a ~i.son control k it was ptax'ha~ for the I~=spRal. Two days after receiving I11 incubator, n w~ u~,l when a premature baby was hs)ro at llte hospital. The 'lub rae~ al II~ ho,pital in December 1972 tO <~ffi- tinily presenl lhe incubelor tt] the I'eas- pital admini.~lratttr and tWl.) |nEmbers of lhe htrspital board Through the years, the club hn~s a~,sisted in canva~ing Nelson fi~r rum drives, served a yearly birthday supper at theCa~Samaritan Center in Nel~m for many years, attended home exten- sion activities and sa~l Camlg~ell's Soup coupons which were t,sed by the home extensi0~ council to obtain a dialysis machine for tee hospital Donations were made to many organi- zalkms and causes and the members have assisted, at many communi;y ac- tivities= ,Sk'rapb~mks for the Nebraska Cam- reunify Improvement Project were contplct~ in 1979, 1980 and 1981, Pr~'eding the first .~rapbo~k. a con- tes~ wa, held to determine the .~1v ~mk 1heine. "Our Tuwn -- Only Bet- ter" wa~, the winning entr~ suhmitted h). Brem Lyrg'h. The first sc~tpb ~k wa', ~lected for an award ia lhe "'down- Io?.n I-~ sincss calegory.'" The second scrapb~mk was awarded second plat~ in t~ Class 2 Community Calcgory. The pri~e m1,mey waz used It= make a third ~rapl~a)k. All lh~e ~craplxx~ks ?.ere donated m the Nel~m Lihrar) The club decided to n,nt caminuc with extension programs in 1983. Since that t,n~e the)' have developed their own i'rmg rants for IllLe~li ngs The)' have toured Ihe Doll Hou~ in Superior. an herb farm and 4.n~mpl~ed nunlemns craft pTOjeclS laught by h'~th memht~ and gu~ts They have visited the Willa Calher Memorial in Red Cloud. until recent years gone on shoppmg tnp~ on Velera ns Day. ttmmd the Orphan Train Museum and the Sixlcrs of St- J~ph Motherhoa ~ ~)th ia Colg'Ordia. and, in re~Ent year~. ~rved the B~.1,~mo- bile Canteen tm a rotating schedule, For many years, a "'mystery crni~ " was planned by the office~, Members were told where and wlg-n 10 n'~et hut did nol where they would going~ They have attended perfor- mances at the Hastings Community Theater. lhe Piccadilly Dinner Theater in Grand Island. a Baldknohbers con- c rt in Hastings, movies at 1he 1MAX in Hastings. shopping trips and visited area restaurants. For many years, they held a Christmas party.dining out with 1heir husbands. When the restaurant in Nd~n bm'ae~ Christmas suppers w,~e cancelled [or Lwo year and reptaccd wilh aclivi[ies in February for Valentine's Day. The club celebrated 25 years lo- gerber in Jannary 1992 with supper at the home of/udy Scla~t(. Two mum. be~ wrole a quiz after resear~hin~ old secretaries" min ut ~.Chancr me tubers we't~ presenled red silk rtrr, e~ and 1,n her members v,'ere given pink silk ro~.~. Jn 2007. Ihcy made u flip t- Yurk tn celebrate 40 years at a re~;aurant. A~. life evolved for everyone, ab their child run reached st'h(ml age. mo.q ntentber.~ returned to filll lime employ- ment. Members bare left 1he vluband new mem~rs have F)ined. T'ne club dispen ,~,~ with officers several ycar.~ ag o~ One member sen'us as the lrua- surer, the hoslesx of each mordh ptulv, the meeting and nolifies the l~sl ttf the raem~rs and acts a~ the sacrumD. A dub hook is maintained with roll call and minulcs of tht' nu,-'~tlhgs, Dues have increased to $5 Several years ago, a ~,now storm caused concern so the mcelmg was held at lhe h~,'al rt~,tanrant al r~m inslead of evening Since thai timE. mnst meeling~ ate htnche~.ent~ ~mE- lime-~ local and ~mlelimes nul el town, E-mail addresses and cell ph~me num- bers have been added to the list ol contact in forma'~ion. C,roenl ]~'mSers axe Judy Schtat. Virginia Dn,hman, Jan ll Hanson, Sharun Mc~er, Sall~ Uhrmacher, Carnie Peder~n, Mary Wh~land, JeanAnn HimmelheTg and Carol Mueller. Femur members. GeocgieCbalrman o fLineoln and ~di Tow~ of Grand (sland. w ne al.~) .present to celebrate the anniversary. Both slill at|end meetings occasRm- ally. f Dd~'s. passengers and o~rllookers mingle among some olthe 480 vehicles el the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association Tour 600 which visited Superior Saturday I gle $150 annually Club fees Creen Fees Cart Rental (Ca~l for cart availability- 402-879-5340) $10 $1o ;Bring thi~ad furs free -~ ;Bring this ad furs flee i I round* oF golf for 2 I round* of golf for 2 I ] . EIkCreek I [, ElkCreek I 1~. Country Club I~ Country Club I I~L"- + Nelson, Neb. II I~--~ Nelson, Nab. I I~i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i~ c~ 'er ': I~'=~c~ ' ': ~I ;.~rz: t~,e j Lc~t 2: .~e~ j *Offer valid for the 2017 season only ~1.17 "k1-,;k- Wednesday, Thursday and Fdday , 1:30-5:30 p.m ~: ~ Saturday i~~ 10 a,m.-2 p.m. "/ -" Nmy-Thmty Shop ,4n rt ce l. r, Center Menu Ju.e I2 IoJu~ 16 Mmalay: Chicken Supreme, brc~,'- coll. apple sat,: . Tu .sday: Hunt. baked I~|ato, pca~. pudding. Wedne.glay: T